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Bay-Waveland Flotilla
District 8-Coastal Region, Division 3, Flotilla Number 3, Bay St Louis and Waveland, Mississippi.

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Flotilla Officers for 2005

  Flotilla Commander Pennant  Flotilla Commander Bruce Dyleski

  Vice Flotilla Commander PennantVice Flotilla Commander - Terry McMillan
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2006 C-School Listings -16/05

The new 2006 C-School Listings have been posted on the CHDIRAUX web site. The CHDIRAUX web site also has descriptions of the courses, dates, prerequisites as well as other important information for prospective students. All Auxiliary members are encouraged to participate in the courses offered at C-School that pertain to their special skills or ambitions. All travel, food and lodging expenses are provided for candidates accepted at the C-School.


1. The following Auxiliary program workshops have direct AUXDATA entry deadlines for 2005 and must be attended to maintain certification:

a. Operations (OP) workshop
b. Vessel Examiner (VE)/RBS Program Visitor (RBS-VP) workshop
c. Instructor (IT) workshop

2. If attendance at these workshops is not entered in AUXDATA by May 31,then AUXDATA will place the certified person in REWK status. If the workshop has not been attended and entered in AUXDATA by September 30,then that person will be placed in REYR status.

New Hot Item Flotilla 33 was honored to have the new Division Captain attend its February meeting. Click here for a few pictures of this event.
New Hot Item New ODU Uniforms are now available for ordering by Auxiliary Members at

New Hot Item Some members participated in the Ship Island Rendezvous in June. Click here to see some photos. 

Some nice photos taken at the Biloxi Boat Races, April, 2004.

A Member Training Schedule for 2005 has been published. Click here to see the schedule.

Interested in a cool boating safety course? Haven't the time to attend a formal class course? How about a nifty on-line course that you can do at your own pace? Click here for a good deal.

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Taking the boat out? Don't for get to file the Float Plan, click below to get the form.


A Cup of Joe

Josephus Daniels (18 May 1862-15 January 1948) was appointed Secretary of the Navy by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. Among his reforms of the Navy were inaugurating the practice of making 100 Sailors from the Fleet eligible for entrance into the Naval Academy, the introduction of women into the service, and the abolishment of the officers' wine mess. From that time on, the strongest drink aboard Navy ships could only be coffee and over the years, a cup of coffee became known as "a cup of Joe". 



Flotilla History and Background

Flotilla 33 was established in May 1972 and currently has 27 members who reside in the general area of Bay St. Louis, Waveland, Diamondhead and Pass Christian, Mississippi. Our members actively participate in the functions that form the four cornerstones of the Auxiliary. These are -Service to its Members, Recreational Boating Safety, Coast Guard and State Support Services and Fellowship. Many of these activities involve working directly with active members of the U. S. Coast Guard at Station Gulfport as well as with the general public.

The area of responsibility for Station Gulfport extends roughly from Pearl River on the west throughout the Mississippi Sound in the Gulf of Mexico to Pascagoula, Mississippi on the east. Included in this area are Pearl River, Jordan River, Bay St. Louis, and Biloxi Bay. Flotilla 33 operates mostly in the area from the Pearl River to Biloxi Bay, including Bay St. Louis and the Jordan River.

The Flotilla meets monthly in Bay St. Louis, at 1900hrs (7:00PM) on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Guests and prospective members are welcomed to attend. For directions to the meeting room or further information of flotilla activities, please e mail your request to either the Flotilla Commander or Vice Flotilla Commander.

See the links below for some recent Flotilla activities:

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Search and Rescue

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Member Training

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Recent Events

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Several members attended the Aids to Navigation Team Change of Command Ceremony held on July 2, 2003 at Station Gulfport, MS. Commanding Officer of ANT Gulfport CWO Joseph Temple will leave to assume duties at DIRAUX, New Orleans, LA and Chief Boatswains Mate Steven Lowry will assume duties as Officer in Charge of ANT, Gulfport, MS. Click here to see some photos taken during this event.

Navigation Training Event on 19 Oct 2002 at USCG Station Dauphin Island.  
The training was held as scheduled. Click here to see the Class at work on a navigation problem.

Operation Sail Mobile was successfully conducted during the 4th of July. Click here to see some of the action.

A member training session was held at Shoreline Park recently. Click Here to see a couple of photos of the participants.


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