Your first source of uniform information is your flotilla’s Human Resources Officer (FSO-HR) or your Flotilla Commander.
One of the privileges of being a member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary is the wearing of the Auxiliary uniform. Wearing of an appropriate uniform is a requirement to be able to perform authorized Auxiliary activities.
It is important to keep a few things in mind whenever wearing the Auxiliary uniform. Proper wearing of the uniform shows respect for the customs and traditions of the Coast Guard and the Coast Guard Auxiliary. How you wear the uniform reflects on you (at all times), the Auxiliary (when interacting with the Coast Guard), and the Coast Guard (when interacting with the public).
The uniforms we wear as Auxiliarists are based on the Coast Guard officer's uniforms as described in the Coast Guard Uniform Regulations, COMDTINST 1020.6 (series), as modified by the Auxiliary Manual, COMDTINST M16790.1 (series).
Additional information can be found:
At the Chief Director’s website (see www.uscg.mil/auxiliary/cginfo/uniforms/)
In the Uniform Procurement Guide (see http://hdept.cgaux.org/pdf/UPGMay2013.pdf).
At the Uniform Distribution Center (see www.uscg.mil/hr/udc/).
Reviewed and updated by DIR-U on 9 May 2017