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FLOTILLA 44
Daytona Beach, FL

Home of the "World's Most Famous Beach"
Division 4
 7th Coast Guard District

Sector Jacksonville

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Presidential Unit Citation Ribbon for service rendered in action  (Hurricane Katrina) between 29 August 2005 and 13 September 2005.  Flotilla 44 personnel were directly involved in the recovery effort.Department of Transportation Secretary's Outstanding Unit Award
Coast Guard Unit Commendation RibbonCoast Guard Bicentennial Unit Commendation RibbonWWII Victory Ribbon.   Flotilla 44, known during World War Two as Flotilla 13, served as a Temporary Reserve Unit from 1942 to 1945. Members of the flotilla volunteered as Temporary Reservists. Although receiving no pay for their service, they were subject to military law and discipline while on duty. Their job was to guard the port, search for harbor infiltrators and enemy saboteurs, and lookout for enemy submarines. They also had the job of rescuing survivors of torpedoed ships off the coast.

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary is the uniformed civilian component of the United States Coast Guard.
  It was established by Congress on June 23, 1939.
Flotilla 44 was chartered December 18, 1941 after an attack on America.  It helped preserve, protect and defend the rivers  and shores of Florida during World War Two as a Temporary Reserve Unit.

Celebrating 72 years of service to the citizens of Florida and the United States.
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(Directions to building, click here.)

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LINK FOR CURRENT WARNINGS FOR STATE OF FLORIDA

 


 

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MARSEC: (Maritime Security Level) Level 1.

National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) check current status

Picture of STS-95--Flotilla 44 is proud to have participated with the launching of the Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-95), with Sen. John Glenn aboard, on October 29, 1998. Flotilla 44 is proud to have participated with the launching of the Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-95),  with Sen. John Glenn aboard, on October 29, 1998.

Picture of a life jacket, also know as a P.F.D. (Personal Flotation Device). "WEAR IT" BE A LIFESAVER!"WEAR IT" BE A LIFESAVER!
For maritime emergencies afloat, contact the U.S. Coast Guard via VHF Channel-16. 
You can also contact the Coast Guard via cell phone by dialing *CG (*24) for Cingular Wireless (Bell South) customers, and *USCG (*8724) for AT&T customers in the following Florida counties:  Volusia, Flagler, Brevard, Clay, Duval, Broward, Palm Beach and Dade.

Flotilla 44 D7 is assigned to Coast Guard Station Ponce De Leon Inlet, Coast Guard Sector Jacksonville, 7th Coast Guard District.
 The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is an organizational unit within the United States Department of Homeland Security.

The U.S. Coast Guard may utilize the Auxiliary for any purpose incident to carrying out it's functions and duties as authorized by the Secretary and any motorboat, yacht, aircraft, or radio station placed at its disposition for any such purpose by any member of the Auxiliary. Any such facility so volunteered shall be deemed a U.S. Coast Guard facility while assigned to authorized Coast Guard duty.

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