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AUXILIARY SCUTTLEBUTT For more information about joining the ‘scut·tle·butt: A drinking fountain in the Coast Guard is called scuttlebutt. A scuttlebutt in old days was a cask that had openings in the side, fitted with a spigot. Sailors used to congregate at the scuttlebutt or cask of water, to gossip or report on day’s activities.* US Coast Guard Auxiliary please visit www.cgaux.org DISTRIBUTION FOR THE NAVIGATOR EXPRESS On this page you will find important updates and links to critical information to keep you up-to-date on the current happenings in the Auxiliary. * from the USCG Glossary SEND US YOUR Publications, Articles & Photos NACON 2017 August 24-27 We’d love to see what you’re doing and share it with the rest of the Auxiliary! Plan now to attend the 2017 National Convention of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary in Orlando, Florida. Articles and Photos Important Links: click HERE Publications click HERE If it doesn’t sound right, most likely it’s not. Take the Coast Guard Ethics Course. HELP WANTED http://cgaux.org/members/wantads/ OR express • All members of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary • Coast Guard Auxiliary Association Inc. members and staff Note: please add uscgaux- ms@cgauxnet.us to your address book. Messages sent from that email address are official messages of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. FOLLOW THE AUXILIARY ON SOCIAL MEDIA Online Registration Hotel Reservations Public Schedule Workshops DISCLAIMER “The appearance of any product or service advertisement on the site to which any link is directed does not constitute, and shall not be construed as, an endorsement of that product or service by the united states coast guard or coast guard auxiliary.” 23