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Updated 4-18-2016


 

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CGC Morro Bay (WTGB 106) and CGC Bollard (WYTL 65614)

 



Fellow Tuggers

We are trying to complete an update of our membership email list. Over the last few months, we have sent out bulk emails to all our members; each time, many dozens of addresses currently on file have bounced back as undeliverable (the list IS getting shorter). To ensure that we can get information to you through emails, we need to have accurate addresses. I would ask that all members who have not received an email from the Tug Association in the last 6 months to please go to the About section, click on Contacts, click on Membership, and send me your current email address. Thank you.


2016 Dues
NOTE: We have added PayPal for your convenience

If you haven't yet mailed your annual dues we ask that your checks be mailed to the below address.

 

Member Benefits

¨ Membership in a growing Coast Guard Veteran’s organization

¨ Satisfaction of helping preserve the heritage of one of the world’s most  respected maritime organizations

¨ Periodic newsletters covering plans, projects and progress

¨ Embroidered CGTA Logo patch for Life Members

¨ Custom Gold and color filled CGTA Challenge coin for Life Members

¨ CGTA Membership certificate suitable for framing for Life Members

¨ CGTA Membership Identification card

¨ A growing assortment of memorabilia available for purchase through the Ship’s Store.

 

Please mail your 2016 dues to

Coast Guard Tug Assoc.
PO Box 771535
Lakewood, OH 44107


 

The Coast Guard Tug Association is a non-profit 501 C3 Veteran's organization located in Cleveland, Ohio, whose mission is to preserve the heritage and history of  Coast Guard Tugs, and to continue the camaraderie and Esprit de Corps of those veterans who served in them. 

Our goal is to educate the public of the vital role these cutters played in search and rescue, icebreaking for commercial shipping and maintaining aids to navigation; and highlight the important role they played  in United States maritime history. With our mission clearly defined, please explore this website, learn about the Coast Guard's work horse cutters. 

Learn about their rolls in maritime safety  past present and future. Learn what it is like to be  "Guardian Of The Seas". 


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