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9th Coast Guard District Mariner Feedback

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We're interested in your experience with either the U.S. Coast Guard or U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary on the Great Lakes.

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To learn more about how you can help the U.S. Coast Guard protect our Nation while boating, visit America’s Waterway Watch at:

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Local Coast Guard personnel are accessible to the boating public.
Local Coast Guard personnel make boating safety literature available (ex: federal requirements).
Local Coast Guard personnel are knowledgeable of the laws and regulations they are enforcing.
Local Coast Guard personnel are professional and courteous.
Local Coast Guard personnel make me feel safer on the water when I see them on patrol.
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