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AUXINFO for Division 16

The following links access selected AUXINFO for Calendar Year 2013 (updated weekly). They are useful when checking qualifications, training and status. All qualifications, REYR and REWK are based on the calendar year. If you think the data is in error, contact your FSO-IS.
[See below for links to Fiscal Year data.]

CY2013 Mission data The following section shows current qualifications (by category) and those in REYR or REWK.

FY2013 mission data.
Since Division and Flotilla level awards are based on the Fiscal Year (0ctober 1 through September 30), these links are useful when checking hours/tasks eligible for awards.

Access Policy

Unauthorized access of these links is prohibited by Title 18 USC Section 1030. If you are not a member of the USCG Auxiliary or have not been granted special authorization, you are not authorized to view these links. Unauthorized access may also be a violation of other Federal Law or government policy, and may result in criminal and/or administrative penalties. Users shall not access other users' or system files without proper authority. Absence of access controls IS NOT authorization for access! USCG information systems and related equipment are intended for communication, transmission, processing and storage of U.S. Government information. These systems and equipment are subject to monitoring to ensure proper functioning, protect against improper or unauthorized use or access, and verify the presence or performance of applicable security features or procedures, and other like purposes. Such security monitoring may result in the acquisition, recording, and analysis of all data being communicated, transmitted, processed or stored in this system by a user. If security monitoring reveals evidence of possible criminal activity, such evidence may be provided to law enforcement personnel. Use of this system constitutes consent to such security monitoring.

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