8 December 2004
Scott Farr of Flotilla 11 04 is a unique young man. Most of our members who have Coast Guard experience are retired and do Auxiliary work using their Active Duty experience. Scott became an Auxiliarist first and at one time was the youngest Flotilla Commander in the district. He is a an Instructor and is Crew Qualified. At the present time he is Ensign Scott Farr serving in the Coast Guard
A March 2008 update:
After graduating from Officer Candidate School in 2004, Scott was
assigned to the USCG Ceremonial Honor Guard where he conducted Coast
Guard funerals at Arlington National Cemetery, Joint Service honor
ceremonies at the Pentagon, White House and Tomb of the Unknowns, and
participated in Parades and traveled across the country for various
public affairs missions.
June 2006, LTJG Scott Farr reported to USCG Station Seattle as the
Executive Officer, where he is responsible for the Station's
organization, including daily work, training, good order/discipline,
review & approval of purchase requests, admin for 80+ active duty and
reserve members & fiscal oversight of 2 departments. He is also a
qualified tactical crewman on the 41'UTB and 25' Defender Class boats
and qualified Maritime Law Enforcement Boarding Officer.
Scott is still a member of Flotilla 11-05, but more importantly, he
married his college sweetheart and in September of 2007 became the
father of a bouncing baby boy.
Scott in his working clothes
A little story about Team Coast Guard and Christmas Joy right here!
Click on the thumbnail for a full sized photo.
4 December 2004
Coastie got a ride in the Christmas Parade in Cadiz, KY he shouted and sang to all th boys and girls and kept an eye on Santa and PFD Panda who rode in the boat.
22 August 2004
A short story by the Publication officer of flotilla 8-11 is here and some photos of the adventure.
The "Foot of Broadway" in Paducah, KY from the Ohio River.
On Coors and Haven II taken from the Ruby B.
The Ruby B tying up in Barkley Lock on the Cumberland River.
And a Man Overboard drill at recovery point. MOB was Fred FenderWe have a story about a towboat. Click here and read on.
OPFAC 19096E at Center Hill Blitz of '03 on Center Hill Lake.
OPFAC 24460E on patrol in Sandusky Bay in Lake Erie
OPFAC 21517E doing a 4th of July patrol on........The Cumberland River at Nashville.
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