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Division 4
Northeastern Wisconsin / Northwestern Michigan
When We Meet

Division 4 meets at 7:00 p.m. on the third Friday of every other month at the Coast Guard Station Green Bay in Green Bay, WI. Visitors are welcome.

2008 Meeting Schedule
January 18 March 14 May 16
July 18 September 19 November 1
Who We Are

Our Division consists of about 225 active members among 9 flotillas in Northeastern Wisconsin and Northwestern Michigan. Members range in age from 17 to 91. About 18% of our members are female.

What We Do

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is a civilian, non-military component of the U.S. Coast Guard. The flotillas of Division 4 support all of the Coast Guard's missions except military and law enforcement actions. Division 09404 provides administrative, training, communication and supervisory support to the eight flotillas under its control.

Flotilla members in Division 4 actively patrol local waterways including Lake Michigan, Lake Winnebago and the Fox River.They meet regularly with the boating public at marinas and in classrooms providing vessel safety checks and boating education.

Many of the Auxiliarists in Divison 09504 serve side-by-side with active duty members of the U.S. Coast Guard at Stations in Sheboygan, Two Rivers, Sturgeon Bay and Washington Island. Division 4 is also the home of AUXOP Green Bay, one of the few Auxiliary operated U.S. Coast Guard Stations in the Nation. These members provide direct operational assistance to the U.S. Coast Guard in non-law enforcement programs such as search and rescue and marine environmental protection.

Benefits of Membership

We are constantly looking for qualified members. United States citizens 17 years of age and older without a felony conviction are welcome to join us.

Members are eligible to receive the world's finest on-the-water training. Courses are offered in Navigation, Seamanship, Communications, Weather, Patrols, and Search & Rescue.

Other optional benefits include the Coast Guard Credit Union, access to Coast Guard Exchanges, and insurance coverage.

The pride of wearing the Auxiliary uniform is amplified by the Auxiliary awards system. Your efforts will be recognized and rewarded.


We have numerous opportunities for members to become involved in all aspects of boating:

  • Public Education - Teach courses on boating safety, navigation, and seamanship to recreational boaters of all ages.
  • Vessel Safety Checks - Give free safety checks to recreational and commercial fishing vessels.
  • Operations - Provide boaters and the Coast Guard helpful information and emergency assistance.
  • Marine Environmental Protection - Help promote clean waterways through marine pollution awareness programs that help to recognize, protect and assess the environment.
  • Recruiting - Build a stronger Coast Guard team through promoting awareness of career opportunities for service.
  • Administrative Support - Assist the Coast Guard in areas such as computer operations, radio watchstanding, publications and public affairs.
Fun & Fellowship

Our dedication to boating safety provides a congenial atmosphere for getting together to exchange boating experiences. You'll find a special camaraderie among Auxiliarists. We're sure you will make long lasting, meaningful relationships.

Knowing that you belong to a special group of people and directly participate in helping to save lives gives your membership a special meaning.

Contact Us

If you would like more information about becoming a member of one of our flotillas, please contact us!