WASHINGTON - The new U.S. Coast Guard Heraldry manual (COMDTINST
M5200.14A) was signed into effect at Coast Guard Headquarters on 12APR11.
This document now contains specific guidelines (Chapter 7) on authorized and proper use of Coast Guard Auxiliary heraldry including our Seal, Emblem, and Marks. The U.S. Coast Guard Heraldry manual can be found online via: http://www.uscg.mil/directives/cim/5000-5999/CIM_5200_14A.pdf
All Coast Guard Auxiliary National Staff personnel and unit elected leaders shall comply with the content posted therein as per COMDTINST M5200.14A. All Coast Guard Auxiliary appointed public affairs, publications, communications services, and operations officers should make themselves specifically familiar with the stated policies and guidelines of this manual.
The Coast Guard Auxiliary Department of Public Affairs would like to express our appreciation to Rob Green, Branch Chief | Graphics (BC-ASG), for his dedicated focus and significant contributions toward the timely completion of this manual in conjunction with Coast Guard personnel. To submit questions or comments regarding the Coast Guard Auxiliary heraldry guidelines, please contact the Director | Public Affairs (DIR-A) via electronic mail.