Volunteers Saved 1,800 Lives

A low-cost volunteer program credited with saving nearly 2,000 people from drowning is threatened with declining membership and inadequate funding, says a Coast Guard audit. The all-volunteer Coast Guard Auxiliary dates from 1978: “Between 2015 and 2020 the auxiliary saved almost 1,800 lives.”

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