A monthly update from National Commodore Cook. To submit a question for next month’s post contact Commodore Cook here.

Commodore’s Corner: Five Opportunities

Hi everyone, it’s that time of year when applications for all sorts of things are due. Please make sure all your Scouts are aware of these! Apply for National, Regional or Area Boatswain! National, Regional and Area Boatswain applications are due shortly. National...

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Commodore’s Corner – December 2019

Ship 405 Christmas Cruisephoto by Linda Callaway Happy Holidays Everyone! This has certainly been an eventful year in Sea Scouting, and thanks to the hard work from a lot of you, much has been accomplished. Obviously we don’t have final numbers for 2019 quite yet, but...

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Our nationwide Coast Guard Auxiliary partnership is here!

Many of you have been anxiously awaiting the nationwide rollout of the AUXSCOUT program - the Coast Guard's name for our partnership with the Coast Guard Auxiliary - and that moment has finally arrived! As of November 1st, 2019, AUXSCOUT is open for business across...

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Commodore’s Corner: October 2019

Hi all - there’s a lot going on and I’m overdue getting a Commodore’s Corner out, so here we go... National Sea Scout Director Owen McCulloch - photo by Richard Lipham In case you missed the earlier announcement, the biggest news is that we have a new National...

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Commodore’s Corner Brief Update for August 2019

https://youtu.be/4MboA-TvIGQ I am not sure yet how Commodore's Corner is going to work (would love to hear your thoughts on what you'd like to see, send your ideas via email to twcook at seascout.org). In the meanwhile, here is a quick update on a few topics that need...

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April 2019- Safety, Maritime Explorer Clubs, Insignia

This month’s Commodore’s Corner includes a marine safety alert for VHF radio interference, and answers questions about the Maritime Explorer Club program, developments with the US Coast Guard Auxiliary Partnership, advancement, and badges of office.

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