A Roseburg man has been promoted to the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary’s national staff.

Dr. Brady McNulty, 35, has been appointed as Branch Assistant for the Performance Measurement Directorate, which is responsible for measuring and analyzing the Auxiliary’s performance and resource data, and providing the active duty Coast Guard with accurate reporting on Auxiliary activities.

“My job is to check our mandatory training reports for accuracy,” McNulty said. “The goal is to ensure members of the Auxiliary have the same minimum level of training as active duty members of the Coast Guard.”

McNulty said becoming a member of the national staff is a big step.

“ I consider this a great honor,” McNulty said. “As a Navy veteran, I’m a firm believer in the safe boating message of the Coast Guard and the Auxiliary.”

McNulty is a staff pharmacist with Bi-Mart Pharmacy and is in Roseburg and a pharmacist member of Oregon’s State Nursing Home Administrator Board.

McNulty served six years in the Navy in their Nuclear Power Program and has been in the Auxiliary since 2013, He is part of the Coast Guard Flotilla group, which is based in Eugene.

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is a uniformed volunteer component of the U.S. Coast Guard. It was established in 1939 as the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve and in 1941 it was re-designated as the Auxiliary. It exists to support Coast Guard missions except for roles that require direct law enforcement or military engagement.

Reporter Dan Bain can be reached at 541-957-4221 or e-mail at dbain@nrtoday.com.

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Dan Bain is the health reporter for The News-Review. He previously worked at KPIC and 541 Radio.

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