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New VS-24 CO
Grieco Takes The Helm
Page 3


Fuel Farm
More Than Just A Gas Station
Pages 6-7


NEK
Unvails New Line
Page 12


THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER
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TOUCHING


BASE


No health hazard( fotund


Cleanup planned
on base
The NAS Jax Spring
Shoreline'Cleanup will be
held today to pick up de-
bris and trash from our
shorelines. The event will
be held from 9-11:30 a.m.
starting at the Sea Bat
Pavilion, located next to
the Mulberry Cove Marina.
Volunteers can participate
in canoes or from the
shoreline.
Free food will be provid-
ed by the marina after the
cleanup.
A base-wide cleanup will
be held May 5. For more
information on this clean-
up, call ADCS Reginald
Graham at 542-2717, Ext.
141 or email Reginald.gra-
ham@navy.mil.

Asian Pacific
American Heritage
Luncheon set
The NAS Jacksonville
Multi-Cultural Awareness
Committee will host an
Asian Pacific American
Heritage Month Luncheon
May 19 from 11 a.m.to
12:30 p.m. at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club. Cmdr. Don
Albia, department head at
Mayport Medical Clinic,
will be the guest speaker.
The items on the menu
include pepper steak, egg
rolls, pancit, sweet and
sour chicken and much
more. For more informa-
tion or to purchase tickets,
contact JO1 Mike England
at 542-4877.

New hours for
Navy College
Navy College Learning
Center (NCLC) will be
changing its hours of oper-
ation effective May 2. The
new schedule will be as
follows: Monday and
Tuesday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
Wednesday and Thursday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday
8 a.m. to noon.

Change Your
Uniform,
Not Your Job
If you are close to earn-
ing an honorable dis-
charge from the Navy and
want to keep the military
benefits you've earned,
the Army's Operation Blue
to Green program allows
you to use your military
experience as an Airman
or Sailor in the Army.
With the Blue to Green
program, you can continue
to serve your country and
gain training as a Soldier.
For more information,
call John Turner, Blue to
Green Recruiter at John.
Turner@ usarec.army.mil
or at (757) 464-5252, Ext.
317.


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Reserve squadron


supports Ike


Photo by PHAN Christopher Molinari
A SH-60F Seahawk hehcopter, assigned to the "Emerald Knights" of HS-75, lands
on the flight deck aboard the Namitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwsght D.
Eisenhower (CVN 69). HS-75, a U.S. Naval Reserve squadron is currently aboard
Eisenhower, which as currently underway m the Atlantic Ocean conducting flight
deck certification and carrier qualifications after a four-year mid-life overhaul


ByJOI(SW/AW) Sonya Ansarov
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower Public Affairs
The "Emerald Knights" of
HS-75 from Jacksonvill,e
landed their SH-60F Sea-
whawks aboard USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN 69) April 17, to
support Ike during her third
underway period since leaving the
shipyard after completing a HS-
75 scheduled four-year, mid-life
overhaul.
HS-75 is responsible for provid-
ing search and rescue (SAR) sup-
port during fixed-wring flight oper-
ations for the early warning
squadrons, VAW-121, the
"Bluetails," and VAW-123, the
"Screwtops," both of which fly E-
2C Hawkeyes and are aboard Ike


"We're here for fleet support,"
said Cmdr. Zack Taylor, HS-75's
commanding officer, and native of
Matton, Ill.
"I'm always looking for training
for my people and getting their
flight deck qualifications. Fleet
support for us is measured on
how much support we give back
to the fleet by doing boat (detach-
ments) and relieving the active
duty HS [helicopter] support,"
said Taylor.
The Emerald Knights are com-
prised of Selective Reservists and
full time support personnel. HS-
75 took HS-5 place during this
underway period. HS-75 performs
the same job as HS-5, and for this


... tor carrier qualifications. See HS-75, Page 11

NLMOF holds hurricane preparedness briefings


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer


he people in the State of
Florida learned quite a few
lessons from last year's dev-
astating hurricanes that slammed
both coasts of the state. Being pre-
pared is probably one of the most
important aspects during the
upcoming hurricane season which
begins June 1.
To help public awareness and
preparedness, the Naval Atlantic
Meteorology and Oceanography
Facility (NLMOF), Jacksonville
presented several hurricane pre-
paredness briefings at NAS Jax
last week.
"The hurricane briefings are to
help increase people's awareness.
Last year, we had four major sys-
tems that affected Florida and the
year before that, we had a lot of
close calls," said Frank Andrews,
senior meteorologist at NLMOF.
"We offer these briefings every year
and anyone can attend. They cover
such topics as what is a hurricane,
how do they form, how are they


tracked, what kind of destruction
can be expected and things people
can do to prepare for it."
Another way NLMOF ensures
base personnel are prepared is
through a two-week hurricane
exercise coming up next month.
"We conduct this exercise every
year before hurricane season.
During the exercise, we simulate
three huge storms in the Gulf of
Mexico and Atlantic Ocean. Every
naval facility in the state will be
affected and will participate in this
exercise. It allows base personnel
to practice their procedures before
a real one hits," added Andrews.
During hurricane season, the
men and women of NLMOF main-
tain a constant watch for tropical
storms and hurricanes, tracking
them and ensuring base personnel
are made aware of what could be
headed our direction.
"According to Professor of
Atmospheric Science and Head of
the Tropical Meteorology Project
Dr. William Gray, We are expecting
13 storms this year including seven
hurricanes. Three are predicted to


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
AG1(SW) John Meyer shows the intensity of Hurricane Ivan, which hit the
northwestern coast of Florida last year causing significant damage. The Navy
Atlantic Meteorology and Oceanography Facility, Jacksonville is currently pre-
paring for the upcoming hurricane season which runs June 1 through Nov. 30.
be Category 3 of higher. It's going the approximate time to the onset
to be another busy year, this year," of winds greater than 64 knots:
continued Andrews. Condition V the possibility of a
For shore facilities, five hurri-
cane conditions exist forecasting See HURRICANE, Page 11
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2 Jax Air NeS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 28, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


Making the most of mid-term counseling sessions


BFLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
ompson
Fleet Command Master Chief


Think back to your last
mid-term counseling.
Do you remember
your last mid-term counsel-
ing? How much time did
your supervisor take with
you to help identify exactly
where you are in your
career and what you still
need to accomplish before
you can advance to the next
pay grade? Did you walk
away knowing for sure your
boss and chain of command
cared about you and your
career?
Mid-term counseling is a
mandatory part of our per-
formance appraisal system,
but I wonder if it's being
done effectively. Mid-term
counseling can only help
you if both you and your
counselor put some time
and effort into making sure
the counseling is meaning-
ful, factual and accurate.
Considering you work for
the Navy 365 days of the
year, I don't think it's too
much to ask that you and
your supervisor put forth
some sincere effort to ensur-
ing your personal growth
and performance are dis-
cussed in a manner that
yields progress.
Mid-term counseling
objectives are clear. There
are only five objectives, but
achieving them isn't as easy
as you may think. The five
objectives are:
Identify your important
strengths and shortcomings.
A fair, accurate, and realis-
tic assessment of your per-
formance is crucial to the


FLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
Thompson
counseling process.
Address specific per-
formance problems, concen-
trating on ways to develop
growth in these areas. Also
address your strengths, and
encourage your future
development. Point out
ways to improve, but don't
dwell on unimportant faults
in the belief that criticism is
essential to counseling.
Present a performance
growth plan, if appropriate.
Be sure that goals are chal-
lenging but realistic and
attainable for the Sailor.
Ensure the Sailor has a
clear understanding and
acknowledges their per-
formance during the review
period.
Review what is expected
of the Sailor before the next
counseling session or evalu-
ation report. Ensure the
Sailor understands the
supervisor's expectations.
Shipmates, the counsel-
ing objectives are clear, but
somewhat difficult to per-
form effectively. Each of the
objectives calls for you to
communicate in an open


and meaningful manner.
Mid-term counseling is not
a paperwork drill. It's not a
time to tell your better
Sailors, "You're doing every-
thing right...just don't
change a thing and your
eval will be fine." Every one
of our Sailors, in every pay
grade, is entitled to con-
structive feedback on a
semi-annual basis.
For counseling to be truly
productive, there are things
that must be done by the
counselor and the counselee.
Counselors should sched-
ule time in their schedule so
they are not rushed or inter-
rupted. Additionally, they
should gather as much
information on the Sailor as
possible so they have what
he or she needs to highlight
both strong points and
weaknesses. It's probably
also a good idea to think
about what you plan to say
at the opening of the session
and how you plan to close it.
Each Sailor is different.
Each Sailor responds to
counseling a little different.
If you truly know your peo-
ple, you'll know how to alter
your approach to ensure
they feel comfortable talk-
ing to you.
The counselee should
complete a personal self-
appraisal (available from
your counselor or in the
evaluation instruction). The
counselee should also do his
or her best to write down
what they have done since
the last evaluation. The
more specific, the better..
Finally, counseling is not
one-way conversation. It is
not a lecture from your
supervisor. Effective coun-


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Childhood dreams often lead to adult careers


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Y yesterday I overheard
a little girl say she
wants to be a rock
star when she grows up.
Everyone around her
laughed in that isn't-she-

cute kind of way, but not
me. I just smiled and struck
what I thought was an
excellent Diva pose,
because I know from expe-
rience the girl was probably
serious.
When I was four-years old
my sole focus and aspiration
was to become one of Gladys
4Knight's "Pips." I didn't even
know what a'Pip was (still
don't), all I knew was I
needed to be one after lis-
tening to "I Heard it
Through the Grapevine."
Realizing, however, that I
probably had to be older
than four to join Motown, I
wisely spent my formative
years practicing-practicing
hip movement and "the
snap." I even put together
some moving boxes (as a
military family, we always
had moving boxes) and
made a stage from which I
could perfect my rendition
of "Best Thing that Ever
Happened to Me." And this


was largely how I spent my
time. When I wasn't watch-
ing Soul Train.
Then one day, while in the
second grade, the heavens
smiled down on me when
my teacher, Mrs. Katabian
announced we were going
on a field trip...to see the
Pips.
The Pips? I could hardly
believe my luck. My jaw fell
to the floor and I nearly wet
my pants. None of the other
children seemed as excited,
but they probably didn't
know every word to "If I
Were Your Woman" either.
My lifelong dream was
being fulfilled. I was going
to see the Pips! And maybe,
if I played my cards right,
they'd invite me on stage.
I ran home from the bus
stop waving a permission
slip in the air at my mom
standing on the front porch.
"Mom! Mom! I'm going to
see the Pips!"
"The Pips?" she said. "Are
you sure?"
I was breathless as I
leaped up the front steps.
"Yes! It says so right here on
this paper! I'm going to see
Gladys Knight!"
Although Mom surely
must not have believed me,


she couldn't help but smile.
After all, it's not every day
your child receives such a
gift!
"Are you sure?" she said
again reaching for the
paper.
Then she began to read,
and that's when her face got
all melancholy. "Oh dear,"
she said. "Oh dear."
"What mom, what?" I
asked, jumping up and
down.
"Sarah, you're going to see
the Pops-a symphony-not
the Pips," she said.
I was so deflated it was a
long time before I could lis-
ten to Gladys Knight with-
out feeling bitter (as if it
were her fault!). So with my
dream of being a Pip
squelched on the front steps
that day, I "settled" on my
other lifelong passion-writ-
ing-instead.
Note to all little girls with
big dreams: Pay close atten-
tion to the quotation marks
around the word settled. At
first I felt cheated.. But it
turns out, I didn't need the
Pips after all.
As a columnist and
author, I've created my own
spotlight, and I'm still firm-
ly planted on that cardboard


stage. It doesn't take much
to make me perform, and
honestly, entertaining-not
singing-was always at the
heart of my dream.
This is something I've
apparently passed on to my
son, Ford (4), who is the only
child I know to say, "I want
people to laugh at me, not
with me," and engages me in
daily battles over whether
or not he can wear his
Superman underwear on
the outside of his pants. The
closest he will probably ever
come to a military career is
performing at the USO.
So I don't laugh when
Ford tells me he will be a
Superhero some day, or that
he wants to be on TV. And
his recent fascination with
singer Al Green fills me
with pride. When I hear him
singing "Let's Stay
Together" with such feeling
and drama, I can't help but
wonder what stages Ford
will build for himself.
Because there is a seed of
truth in every childhood
dream, and not one of them
is silly.

Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarahsmi-
ley.com.


Hey, Moneyman:
I am a retired service member and am trying to keep up
with the times. All of this computerized banking and
transactions are new to me. I've moved recently and my
Retiree Account Statement has not caught up to me.
In fact, I'm not even real sure about what my retirement
pay is at the moment. I think I set up a couple allotments
out of it, but I can't quite remember what they were for
sure. How can I get answers to these questions?
MoneyMan sez:
Times sure have changed over the years with military
pay, but it really is all for the better. If you have questions
about your pay, you can call DFAS in Cleveland.
They have a line set up strictly for retired pay; the
phone number is (216) 522-5955 or toll free at (800) 321-
1080. If you have access to a computer with the Internet,
you can track your own pay account on "myPay."
This system lets you make changes to your account on
line as well as print copies of your retiree account state-
ment. You can log on to this Web site at mypay.dfas.mil or
call (877) 363-3677.
You do have to have a personal identification number
(PIN), but the Web site will walk you through the steps on
how to get one. When you view your statements on
myPay, you will be able to view all of your allotments and
deductions.
DFAS tries to make it convenient for retirees to keep
track of their pay and records- all you have to do is make


sure you keep them up to date on any changes in your life,
like a move.
More questions? Call Hey MoneyMan! at 778-0353.
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S1JK.N1]AX SJ -M IC-US,

You are invited to the following Base Chapel Worship
Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-10:45 a.m.,
and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
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GSM2ISW) KEVIN INSCO

Job title/command:


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selling focuses on you and
your accomplishments
and/or weaknesses, not the
counselor's. Too many coun-
selors tend to inject them-
selves too often.
Unless the counselor is
the counselee's mentor, one
should not assume that for
a Sailor to be successful
they must do as you have
done. There are many right
paths to take in the Navy. If
a counselor implies that the
only road to success is to do
as they did, the counseling
is probably not very con-
structive.
Why do I focus on coun-
seling? As we navigate
through our careers, we all
need feedback. Without it,
we might come to believe
we've reached our peak per-
formance. Honestly, I've
never met a Sailor who
couldn't do a little more if
he or she was provided con-
structive feedback.
Leadership is about doing
the right thing. It's also
about managing your peo-
ples' careers. Having said
that, the truth is no one in
the Navy cares more about
your career than you.
My challenge to you is to
ensure your own mid-term
counseling is meaningful by
being prepared and engage
in a conversation with your
supervisor that helps shed
some light on what you
might be able to do in terms,
of improvement.
Additionally, if you are a
supervisor who conducts
mid-term counseling, make
a concerted effort to provide
each of your Sailors quality
time and take the time to
listen to them.


JOHN UILrCOX

Job title/command:
Supply Systems Analyst
FISC Jacksonville


Hometown: Jacksonville, Ga.


i Family Life: Truly wonderful.

Past Duty Stations: Fort Hood, Texas

Career Plans: To retire from the govern-
ment and work with investment properties.

Most Interesting Experience: Visiting
Cairo, Egypt in 1995.

Words of Wisdom: Stay focused, attention
to details.


Wellness Center to offer training
The Wellness Center is offering a training session for
all command fitness leaders and physical readiness
coordinators May 19 from 1-3 p.m. at the Wellness
Center.
This training will review the Fitness Enhancement
Program (FEB) guidelines and procedures. Qualified staff
members will be there to answer any questions pertaining
to conducting and monitoring your Please call 542-5292 to
register. Seats are limited to 50.

Prep classes available at NCLC
The Navy College Learning Center is offering free
ASVAB/ACT/SAT prep classes. Classes are offered May 2-
13 and May 16-27. The sessions are Monday through
Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays from 8 a.m. to
noon.
Seating is limited and reserved on a first-come basis.
No-cost TAD orders are required and a career counselor
must refer participants.
For more information or to sign up, call 542-3676 or
email jacksonvilleenclc@plato.com.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout ............ George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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HEY, MONEYMANI


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Corrections Specialist,
NAS Jax Brig

Hometown: Jacksonville


Family Life: Single with a son, Adam.

Past Duty Stations: USS Roosevelt (DDG
80), USS Halyburton (FFG 40)

Career Plans: To get the most out of my
Navy experience and carry a good foundation
I of skills and experience into the civilian world.

Most Interesting Experience: The whole
journey of being in the Navy so far. I've met lots
of new friends.

Words of Wisdom: Don't worry about the
past, it's over. Learn from it.
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Grieco takes over as commanding


officer of the VS-24 'Scouts'


Jaa flK eWS. NAS lacksonville, Thursday, Aril 28, 2005 3


Outside reading session


By Lt. j.g. Wes Battle
VS-24 PAO
The "Scouts" of VS-24
held a change of com-
mand ceremony April
22 aboard NAS Jackson-
ville, in which Cmdr. Daniel
Grieco relieved Cmdr.
Thomas Fasanello as com-
manding officer. Rear Adm.
James Winnefeld, com-
mander, Carrier Strike
Group 2, was the guest
speaker.
Grieco graduated from
the Naval Academy in
1986, earning a Bachelor of
Science degree in Political
Science and was commis-
sioned an ensign. He com-
pleted aviation training
and was designated a naval
flight officer in December
1987.
He was then assigned to
VS-41 for training and
qualification in the S-3A
Viking. Upon completion of
initial Viking training in
December 1988, he was
assigned to VS-22.
While assigned to the
"Checkmates," he transi-
tioned to the S-3B aircraft
and deployed aboard USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67),
participating in Operations
Desert Field and Desert
Storm, flying 23 combat
support missions.
Upon completion of his
first sea tour, Grieco was
assigned to VS-27 as an
instructor. While attached
to the "Sea Wolves," he held
the billets of electronic war-
fare officer, line division
officer and NATOPS officer.
During this tour, Grieco
attended Embry Riddle
Aeronautical University
and was awarded a Master
of Arts degree in Business
Administration.
Grieco's next assignment
was to Commander, Carrier
Group 4 as the flag lieu-


Cmdr, Daniel Grieco
tenant. During this tour, he
participated in the interme-
diate and advanced train-
ing of five carrier battle
groups as well as partici-
pated in NATO exercise
Strong Resolve 95.
Upon detaching from
CCG-4 in October 1996, he
reported to VS-24 and held
the billets of administrative
and operations officer.
While attached to the
"Scouts," he deployed
aboard USS John F.
Kennedy (CV 67) to the
Mediterranean Sea and
Arabian Gulf in support of
Operations Enduring
Freedom and Southern
Watch.
In March 2000, Grieco
attended the Naval War
College in Newport, R.I.,
where he was awarded a
Master of Arts degree in
National Security Affairs
and Strategic Studies.
Upon graduation, he was
immediately assigned to
the Chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff in the
National Military Com-
mand Center as assistant
deputy director for opera-
tions, senior emergency
actions officer, strategic
surveillance officer and
senior operations officer for
operation Team 3.
While assigned to the
Joint Staff, he was selected


Cmdr. Thomas Fasanello
for operational command
and assigned to return to
the Scouts.
He has accumulated over
2,000 flight hours and 500
arrested landings in the S-3
model aircraft.
Grieco is married to the
former Donna Lynn
Hayden of Pensacola, Fla.
They have two daughters,
Maura Elizabeth and Mia
Anne.
Fasanello reported to VS-
24 in 2002, as the executive
officer and deployed aboard
Roosevelt in 2003 in sup-
port of Operation Iraqi
Freedom.
Fasanello heads to the
Naval Academy to teach
physics after having com-
manded the Scouts since
Dec. 16, 2003.
During the ceremony,
Cmdr. H.E. Mills assumed
the duties of executive offi-
cer. He recently served as
joint secretary and execu-
tive assistant to the chief of
staff to the Commander,
U.S. Pacific Command from
September 2001 until
August 2004.
Mills is a graduate of the
Naval Academy, Naval War
College and Joint Forces
Staff College. He is married
to the former Cathleen
Stetson of Oceanside, Calif.
They have three children.


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GM1 (SW) Valentino Brown of the NAS Jax Weapons Department reads Five Little Ducks
by Pamela Paparone to a group of preschoolers on the playground at the Child
Development Center last Thursday as Carol Miller, Fleet and Family Support Center chil-
dren's therapist assists. Several guests have read to the children this month to celebrate
April's Month of the Military Child and Child Abuse Prevention Month.


HS-11 supports carrier qualifications on JFK


By Lt. j.g. Benjamin Delacruz
HS-1 1 PAO


The NAS Jacksonville-based HS-11
"Dragonslayers" have been flying
non-stop since arriving aboard USS
John F. Kennedy in support of carrier qual-
ifications (CQ) off the coast of Jacksonville
Beach over a week ago. And has logged
more than 160 hours of flight time for both
day and night operations. Numerous fleet
replacement squadrons (FRS) and training
command squadrons (VT) are participating
in the CQs during the 10-day detachment.
The squadron is providing plane guard
and search and rescue (SAR) capabilities
during all operations. For some of the
pilots, this is their first experience landing
a jet on an aircraft carrier. They are mak-
ing sure they have a safety net close by.
Most flights involve flying starboard
delta off, of the right side of the carrier at
150-feet above the ocean. These racetrack
patterns allow the crews to be within five
miles of the ship in case of an emergency
requiring SAR assistance. Along with fly-
ing starboard delta off, HS-11 is also flying
anti-terrorism force protection, using the


HH-60H Seahawk. These flights guard the
aircraft carrier from potential surface
threats in close proximity to her port dur-
ing the carrier's arrivals to and departures
from port calls.
During the first week of the detachment,
HS-11 was called upon to medically evacu-
ate (MEDEVAC) an injured Sailor to
Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Norfolk, Va,
The call came and within 30 minutes the
crew was briefed and ready to go. Rough
weather did not keep pilots and crew from
delivering the injured Sailor to the landing
pad at the Naval Hospital.
Once there, the Sailor and flight surgeon
were dropped off an-d the flight crew
departed for their return to the ship. The
MEDEVAC flight allowed for the injured
Sailor to receive specialized medical atten-
tion he could not receive aboard JFK.
The technical savvy and dedication of
HS-11's maintenance department has
allowed the squadron to have 100 percent
operational capability during this detach-
ment. Due to these top-notch professionals,
the Dragonslayers have not missed a flight
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Photo by Michael Crutch
A VS-32 Viking flies behind the USS Enterprise during Summer Pulse 2004.

'Maulers' conduct weapons


testing exercises in California


By Lt.j.g. Helen Watson
VS-32 PAO
On March 29, the NAS Jacksonville-
based "Maulers" of VS-32 sent two
S-3B Vikings to NAS Point Mugu,
Calif., to perform testing with one of the
Navy's most exciting air-launched strike
missile systems. The tests evaluated the
performance capabilities of the S-3B's inte-
gration with the missile system while the
missile is airborne en route to the target.
A relative newcomer to naval aviation
strike warfare, the Standoff Land Attack
Missile Expanded Response (SLAM-ER)
has been a strong performer in both
Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi
Freedom. The Mauler's mission in Point
Mugu was to assess and validate a new
system capability called Land Midcourse
Update (LMU). LMU allows a controller in
the S-3B Viking to communicate with the
missile after it has been launched and re-
direct it to a new or relocated target via a
specified route.
A SLAM-ER can be launched either by
the S-3B Viking controlling it, or another


aircraft entirely. The controller is able to
see video directly from the missile's seeker,
allowing for extremely precise adjustments
to the missile's path. This ability to control
the missile post-launch is paramount to
achieving accurate hits when the missile is
used in a time-critical environment. LMU
can provide a significant advantage in sit-
uations that involve a high value target
(HVU) or targets that can be quickly repo-
sitioned by the enemy.
The Maulers' training at Point Mugu
allowed for the aircrew to practice control-
ling a simulated missile, in preparation for
a live-fire event scheduled for later this
month. The exercise was conducted at the
Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons
Division Sea Test Range in conjunction
with an F/A-18C Hornet from VX-30. The
Hornet carried the simulated missile that
was controlled by the aircrew aboard the
Viking.
The S-3B aircrew consisted of pilot Lt.
Mike Kinter, Lt. j.g. Aaron Massey, Lt.
Cmdr. Scott Josselyn of VX-20 and Lt. j.g.
Gary Roznovsky. The F/A-18C Hornet pilot
was Cmdr. Rich Burr.


h FFSC offers educational and support programs
SThe NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family The following workshops are available in May:
Support Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and May 4, 8-11:30 a.m. Smooth Move Workshop
Support Program is the foremost preventive May 9-12,7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Transition
measure for the avoidance of personal and family Assistance Program (separating)
problems. May 19, 9 a.m.- noon Stress Management
All FFSC workshops and classes are free and Workshop
available to service members and their families May 23-26, 7:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. -Transition
and Department of Defense civilian personnel Assistance Program (retiring)
aboard the base. May 24,9 a.m. noon Anger Control
Pre-registration is required. If special accom- Workshop
modations or handicapped access is required. For further information or to register, call 542-
please notify FFSC upon registration. 2766, Ext. 127.
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'Red Lion'

corpsman

selected for

physician

assistant

program

By Lt.j.g. Kathleen Brown
HS-15 PAO
HMl Atabong Ewalu
of HS-15 is no
stranger to success.
He can take pride in his
accomplishments-both in
the Navy as well as his
personal life.
Those who know Ewalu
are rightfully awe-struck
upon learning of his up-
bringing in Cameroon,
West Africa; his mother's
selfless sacrifice to get her
son the unimaginable
opportunity to live his
dreams to the fullest in
America; and his dedica-
tion to the Navy's core val-
ues of honor, cour-age, and
commitment in his profes-
sion'al as well as personal
life. His values, personal
desire, and intellect have
made him an exceptional
Navy success story.
Ewalu arrived at HS-15
as a brand new E4 three
short years ago, advanced
to first class, and is cur-
rently awaiting officer
training.
He was recently one of
only eight Sailors selected
Navy-wide for the highly
competitive Physician's
Assistant (PA) program.
He will join members of
the Army, Air Force and
Marines for the next two
years at Fort Sam
Houston, San Antonio,
Texas to study medicine
and graduate with a com-
mission.
Ewalu has a solid back-
ground in science and
healthcare, having majored


Photo courtesy of HS-15
Cmdr. Andrew Butterfield, commanding officer of HS-15,
presents HM1 Atabong Ewalu with the Navy and Marine
Corps Commendation Medal during a recent ceremony at the
squadron. Ewalu, a native of Cameroon, West Africa, was
recently selected for the Navy's Physician Assistant program
at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas. He will become a
commissioned officer after graduation.


in biology at the Univer-
sity of Calab in Cameroon,
graduating number one
from both Hospital Corps-
man "A" and "C" schools
and then serving as a
corpsman for the last
seven years at Branch
Medical Clinic Key West,
and ultimately as the HS-
15 squadron corpsman.
Speaking on his recent
selection for the PA pro-
gram, Ewalu remarked, "I
am amazed by the opportu-
nity that lies all around
me here in America and
the Navy. I could not have
come this far in my home
country."
Ewalu was born in
Mbonge, Cameroon and
grew up in Western Africa
with his parents, three
younger brothers, and
three younger sisters.
He grew up speaking
English and French and
dreaming of living in
America. "I used to watch
the movie Coming to
America and I remember
.thinking, 'That's what I
want to do,'" recalled
Ewalu.
After attending the Uni-
versity of Calab and being
selected for the immigra-
tion lottery, Ewalu finally


had the opportunity to
realize his dream of being
an American. The only
obstacle that lay between
him and his dream was the
cost of airfare.
His mother, understand-
ing her eldest son's desire
and the chance offered to
him, sold her grocery busi-
ness so Ewalu could afford
the flight.
He settled in California,
attending the California
State University, Domin-
guez Hills.
"I couldn't believe the
cost of tuition. I thought
the tuition was by the class
not the credit hour," he
said. With the costs of edu-
cation mounting by the
day, Ewalu was under-
standably drawn to a
recruiter's pitch to join the
Navy. Ewalu attended boot
camp at RTC Great Lakes,
Ill. in 1998 before receiving
top honors at both his HM
"A" school and "C" school.
Now a naturalized citi-
zen, Ewalu lives with his
mother and brother in
Jacksonville. "I'm working
to bring all my family to
America, but it is a very
long process," said Ewalu,
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Hospital CO recognized for leadership


Naval Hospital
commanding officer
receives prestigious
healthcare award
From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville
Marketing Staff Writer
he American College of
Healthcare Executives
(ACHE) recently honored
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Commanding Officer, Capt. John
Sentell, at the 2005 Congress on
Health Care Management in
Chicago, Ill.
,He was presented the Navy
Regents Senior-Level Healthcare
Executive Award for sustained
professional leadership in his per-
sonal and professional career.
Sentell's professional accom-
plishments include effectively
leading a military healthcare
enterprise with eight facilities in,
two states. He oversees a $160


Capt. John Sentell
million budget and leads over
2,000 staff members, both mili-
tary and civilian.,
Additionally, Sentell successful-
ly ensured his staff was' well
trained and ready to deploy.! As a
result of his leadership, Navy
Medicine's first Expeditionary
Medical Unit was established an4
deployed in support of the global


war on terrorism in the Horn of
Africa. He also deployed over 400
medical personnel in support of
operations in Iraq, Kuwait,
Afghanistan, and Cuba.
Sentell spearheaded a formal
mentorship program in 2003 to
achieve his vision of improving
staff productivity, retention and
satisfaction. Sentell said,
"Navigating the waters of Navy
medicine is very difficult today
and a healthy mentorship pro-
gram is a great foundation that
builds careers for both officers
and enlisted personnel." Since
the implementation of the pro-
gram, Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville has set the benchmark in
Navy*medicine. The Secretary of
the'Navy nominated this very
successful mentoring program for
the 2004 Presidential Award for
Management Excellence.
When Florida experienced its
worst hurricane season in over 60
years, Sentell established a disas-
ter response team designed to
respond immediately to calls from
either military or civilian authori-


AIL


Hospital Red Cross recruiting for summer volunteers


From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
T he Red Cross Junior Summer
Volunteer Program at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville is. accept-
ing applications for the summer ses-
sion (June-August).
If your teenager is dependable,, will-
ing to accept responsibility and has a
desire to help within the community
and meets the requirements, then the


Junior Volunteer Summer Program is
for them. Interested high school stu-
dents between the ages of 15 and 18 are
encouraged to apply before May 13.
Enrollment is limited, so the appli-
cants are encouraged to apply early.
The Red Cross Volunteer Chairman
and Junior Volunteer Chairman will
interview all junior applicants.
The Junior Volunteers will be
assigned to.work in designated areas
of the hospital under supervision of


the staff members. The Junior
Volunteer Program requires a mini-
mum of four hours per week (maxi-
mum 20, hours a week).
Applications must be returned to
the Red Cross Office by May 13 with
a copy of the immunization record
and current PPD. Mandatory Orien-,
tation is June 6-7. Call Mrs. Lam-


mert at
tion.


542-7525 for more informa-


NavHosp
Jacksonville
Diabetic Class
schedule
The following is the Diabetic.
Class schedule for Nqval.
Hospital Jacksonville benefici-
aries May through June:. i
May 3 -9:15-11:15 a.ifm.
May 25 -1 ;30-3:30 .m.
June 7 9:15-11:15 am.
June 22- 3.5 p.m.
The classes will .be in the
Internal Medicine Conference
Room at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville. For information,
call Sharon Gladden at 542-
7431.


From Staff
T he Navy League of
Mayport is hosting
this year's Battle of
Midway Commemoration'
Dinner. Tickets are now. on
sale for this year's event,
which will be held June 4
at the Radisson Riverwalk
Hotel on Jacksonville's
Southbanik. ,
The guest speaker will be
Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Vern Clark. Other
distinguished veterans of


the historic battle will also
attend this year's dinner.
Ticket prices are: active
duty E6 and below $20;
E7 to 03, $30; 04 to 05,
$40 and 06 and above,
civilians and retirees $50.
The cost includes an
evening of fine dining and
entertainment, cama-
raderie and reserved seat-
ing. Uniform will be dinner
dress white jacket for 04
and above and dinner, dress
white/dress whites for E9
and below. Cocktails begin


at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at
7:30 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased
from the following loca-
tions: Navy League of.
Mayport at 285-8731, USO
Mayport at 246-3481, USO
Jacksonville at 778-2821,,
NS Mayport Command
Master Chief at 270-5940,
NAS Jax CMC at 542-2934
and Blount Island 1st Sgt.
at 696-5058. Please make
checks payable to Midway
Dinner.


Contact lenses discouraged

during deployment
From Deployment Link
Air Force health officials are now telling deploying
airmen who wear contact lenses to leave them at
home and bring eyeglasses instead.
According to U.S. Central Command guidance issued
in January, all personnel
- soldiers, sailors, air-
men and Marines who
require medical equip-
ment, such as. corrective
eyewear, must deploy
with all required items
in their possession,
including two pairs of eyeglasses, if needed, and protec-
tive mask eyeglass inserts. This guidance resulted from
lessons learned from recent conflicts and joint missions.
Contact lenses are time consuming to take care of, and
they have become an operational safety issue as well,
officials said. People deploying must contend with field
conditions that may not allow for proper contact lens
hygiene, and poor hygiene .leads to an increase in eye
abrasions, infections and ulcers.
-Such side effects include sensitivity to light, tearing,
burning and scratching. To reduce these symptoms, air-
men who normally wear contact lenses can wear their
civilian or everyday prescription glasses while deployed,
but must also have at least one pair of the brown plastic
military-issued glasses. For further information, visit
Deployment Link web site at http://www.deployment
link.osd.mil


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ties. When Hurricane Ivan dev-
astated Pensacola, Fla., including
Naval Hospital Pensacola, Sentell
quickly activated his team of
physicians, nurses, corpsmen and
support staff to relieve shipmates
who needed to deal with personal
issues arising from the destiuc-
tive nature of the storm.
When asked about his ACHE
award, Sentell said, "I have a
great team. My staff has accom-
plished great things in the past
few years. Naval Hospital
Jacksonville is the best whether
it comes to the day-to-day busi-
ness of taking care of patients or
deploying our medical staff in
support of our troops. It is the
best that Navy medicine has to
offer."
At the same conference, Lt.
Cmdr. Frank H. Stubbs, III was
advanced to Fellow status.
Stubbs heads the Operating
Management Department and
the Security Detachment at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
"It's a designation that less
than 10 percent of all healthcare


administrators in the world
obtain, and in the Navy, even less
than that. It is an achievement to
mark your commitment to' the
healthcare profession," said
Stubbs.
The ACHE is an international
professional organization of
30,000 healthcare executives who
lead our nation's hospitals,
healthcare systems, and other
healthcare organizations. ACHE
is known for its prestigious cre-
dentialing and educational pro-
grams, as well as its publications,
groundbreaking research, career
development and public policy
programs.
Candidates must demonstrate
their education, experience, and
leadership in the healthcare field
for several years. Stubbs com-
pleted four original case studies
and advanced his education in
healthcare. Stubbs is privileged
to use the "FACHE" designation,
which indicates board certifica-
tion in healthcare management
and ACHE Fellow status.






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SeMing NAS lJax's squadrons safely and efficien
... ByiJOIEMike England


VP-16 Flight Engineer AM1
fuel farm.


Michael Fiordiliso performs a routine refueling of a P-3 Orion at the


Many of our pilots and aircrewmen
have come home from deployment in
the Middle East recently to the adula-
tion of their friends, family and communi-
ties alike. However, during the pomp and
circumstance of a homecoming, it can be
easy to overlook the people in the back-
ground 'who helped accomplish the mis-
sion and get everyone home in one piece.
One such group of people are the
Sailors and civilians at the NAS
Jacksonville Fueling Facility, which is
more commonly referred to as the Fuel
Farm.
The Fuel Farm operates and maintains
an integrated cryogenic fueling/defueling
aircraft servicing operation conducted by
a contracting officer's representative,
assistant contracting officer representa-
tive, three military personnel and 30 con-
tracted Doss Aviation employees. The
fueling facility pump house is computer
operated and consists of three above
ground storage/service tanks totaling
1,800,000 gallons of JP-5, three bay
receipt stations for commercial trucks
capable of off loading up to 40-48 trucks
in an eight-hour work day and one bot-
tom-loading fill stand with two loading
areas. Delivery to aircraft and support
equipment is accomplished with six
8,000-gallon JP-5 mobile refueler/defueler
trucks, one 2,000-gallon JP-5 refueler
truck, one 2,000-gallon mogas truck, one
2,000-gallon waste oil truck, two direct
issue pantographs and one fixed panto-
graph.
"Our mission is accomplished by highly
trained, motivated and experienced mili-
tary, civil service and privates contractor
personnel using great equipment and
facilities," said Fuels Management Officer
Andrew Sullivan. "The keys to our suc-
cess are communication and attention to
detail."
The Fuel Farm provides support to
commands such as Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing Eleven, Sea Control


Fuel Distribution Technician Howard Smith
secures a fuel line so he can change the
line's fuel filter.

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Fuel Farm Quality Assurance Petty Officer
ABF1 (AW) Jose Cossiocazares calibrates the
combined contaminated fuel detector. This
instrument is used primarily to determine
the quantity of solid contaminants in air-
craft fuels such as Grade JP-5. The detectors
can process a sample in three to four min-
utes onsite.
Wing Atlantic and Helicopter
Antisubmarine Wing Atlantic. They han-
dle over 48,640,000 gallons of JP-5 annu-
ally and can respond to a aircraft fueling
requests within 15 minutes. Additionally,
the facility has performed over 32,850
fueling evolutions and issued/received
over 93,300 gallons of cryogenic products
without incident last year.
The Fuel Farm always ensures the
quality of their fuel is top notch. They test
over 9,000 samples JP-5 annually and
make sure that their products comply
with all regulatory standards.
"We always make sure that our prod-
ucts are of the best quality. Quality is of
supreme importance to us and is directly
related to the safety of our aviators," said
Fuels Distribution Technician Howard
Smith.
The Fuel Farm also has an ongoing
used oil program that has saved the base
over 15 million dollars and has generated
more than $34,000 for the Morale,
Welfare and Recreation Department.
"Overall, we feel really good about the
service we provide to this community of
aviators. We face many challenges
throughout the year, but our commitment
is unmistakable. We are here to enable
warfighter readiness and we take pride in
that," Sullivan concluded.
Aviation Fuels Technician Robert Jackson
prepares to refuel the main tank on his fuel
truck.


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Fuel
Distribution
Technician
Howard Smith
checks a valve
on one of
the fuel farm's
many fuel pipes.


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tions located on the fuel farm.


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Fuel Distribution Technician Howard Smith tests a batch of fuel for water and sediment
contamination.


Fuel Farm
Dispatcher
Calvin Williams
receives a fuel
request at the
Fuel Farm's main
office. It's
Williams' job to
receive the
request, deter-
mine the nature
of the request
and quantity
needed and then
dispatch a driver
to deliver
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8 laxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 28, 2005



NMCRS Fund Drive


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
his year's Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Fund Drive is currently underway and
local commands are making significant progress
towards meeting or exceeding their goals. This is the only
fund drive where shipmates can actually help their other
shipmates.
Last year, the NAS Jax NMCRS office helped more than
1,500 Navy and Marines and their families, providing over
1.2 million in interest free loans and grants. They also
offer free budget counseling, visiting nurse services and
layettes for military member's newborns.
Several events are planned around the base to help out
the fund drive such as the annual VP-30 Golf Tournament
May 26 at the NAS Jax golf course, a silent auction, chili
cook-offs, car washes and a raffle for Jacksonville Jaguars
season tickets. Those interested in the raffle should con-
tact their command keypersons.
The following is the current progress report for NAS Jax


commands:
Organization
AIMD Jax
ASD
Aviation Survival
Training Center
B Company I & I Staff
Blount Island
Command Jax
CBMU Det 202
NMCB 14


Goal Raised
$13,320 $13,642
936 347


624
456

3,168
936
120


960
472

708
0
0


% of Goal
102
40

154
104

22
0
0


Organization
Commander,


Navy Region SE
CV-TSC Ashore
Defense Courier Station
NAVAIR Depot Jax
DVECC
EFA Southeast/
PWC/ROICC
FACSFAC Jax
FASOTRAGRUDET
FISC Jax
CHSWL
HS-11
HS-15
HS-3
HS-5
HS-7
HS-75
CNATTU Jax
NAS Jax
NAVAIRES
Navy & Marine Corps
Reserve Ctr.
Naval Healthcare
Support Office
Naval Hospital Jax
NAVCOMTELSTA
NLMOF
Navy Drug Lab
COMPATRECONWING-11
PSD Jax


4


Goal

6,384
552
240
720
624

312
2,640
480
3,840
792
5,000
5,000
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change to the E5 high year
tenure (HYT) limit for Navy
and Naval Reserve full time support
personnel from 20 to 14 years. This
change only affects Sailors on active
duty.
Selected reserve personnel, includ-
ing those on active duty for special
work, one-year recall and in a mobi-
lized status are not affected by this
change.
This adjustment is necessary to
ensure enlisted communities main-
iain vibrant career progression and


advancement opportunity, while pro-
viding new manpower to the fleet and
shaping the force according to the
Navy's Human Capital Strategy.
In order to minimize the impact on
our career-minded personnel and pro-
vide ample opportunity to prepare for
and advance to E6, this E5 high year
tenure revision will be phased in over*
a four-year period. E5 personnel with
10 or more years of service on July 1
will be allowed to continue to 20 years
as an E5 and remain eligible for
advancement.
E5 personnel with less than 10
years of service will fall under the
revised 14-year high year tenure limit
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opportunities to rate convert into an
undermanned skill area with
improved advancement opportunity.
This modification will have a signif-
icant and positive impact on our
workforce. Advancement opportunity
to E5 will increase and the navy-wide
average time to promote to E5 and E6
will decrease.
Quality and competitiveness will
receive additional emphasis. Sailor's
professional development and career
progression will be weighted more on
job performance factors than on
length of service in the advancement
algorithm.


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Celebration
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as we celebrate the rich cultural
traditions and unique heritage of
people from around the world.
Assist in USA pavilion, stamp
passports, volunteer check-in,
runners, staging, etc. For details
call Julio Lacayo at 630-1020,
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Coast Walk America
On Saturday, come out and
support the March of Dimes in
saving babies by helping with
walker registration, decorating,
route set-up/clean up, food serv-
ice, accounting and more.
Contact Judy Larson at 398-
2821 for details.
Tutors needed
- Teach an adult how to read.
Tutor training dates are May 14


and 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Continental breakfast is provid-
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minimum age is 18. Call
Heather Corey at 399-8894,
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to NAS Jacksonville


ERAU offers classes on base
From the Navy College Office
he following' is the summer term schedule for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University at NAS Jax. The term runs May 31 through Aug. 1.


Course
ASCI 405


Title
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ASCI 357 Flight Physiolo


MATH 140

MGMT. 314


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SFTY 330 Acft. Accident
Investigation
MGMT 436 Strategic Management

SFTY 409 Aviation Safety


Course
ASCI 603

ASCI/
MGMT 605
MGMT 631

MGMT 607


Photo byJO11 Mike England
Columbia College Academic Advisor Richard Jackson (right) explains the benefits of a
college education to AZ3 Brandon Kros during the NAS Jacksonville Navy College
Education Fair April 21 at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. 'This fair gives Sailors a chance
to see what kind of educational opportunities are available to them," explained
Jackson.The fair featured over a dozen schools such as Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University and Florida Community College, Jacksonville as well as representatives the
Navy College Learning Center and Troops to Teachers. For more information on educa-
tional opportunities available to Sailors, call 542-2477/78.



Webster University offers summer term
From the Navy College Office


Registration for the Webster University summer term is
The term runs May 30 through July 29.


now open.


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Development


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call 779-0246.


FCCJ offers military scholarship


From the Navy College Office
Florida Community College at Jack-
sonville (FCCJ) understands the sac-
rifice military families make as their
loved one serves and protects our country.
FCCJ is awarding a scholarship to serv-
ice members or their beneficiaries working
towards the completion of an associate
degree. All service members or beneficiar-


ies who have not been awarded an associ-
ate degree or certificate but are working on
an associate degree at FCCJ are eligible to
apply. The award will cover one three-cred-
it hour class (based on in-state tuition
rate) or in the amount of $180.75.
For more information, contact Deborah
Babin at 361-6349 or email dbabin@
fccj.edu. The deadline for submissions for
the scholarship is May 6.


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The following classes are available
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Applied Business Statistics Saturday #2
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Students can also now enroll in a new major MBA or MA in health services manage-
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For more information, call Linda or Jennifer at 779- 7124 or visit 542-3191
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FCCJ offers several formats for education


From the Navy College Office
Mandatory degrees! High year
tenure! Early separation!
Navy Voluntary Education
Program! Human capital!
These are buzz words that can be
heard when talking about the future
of active-duty and reserve military
personnel. Some of these buzz words
are not as pleasant to hear as others.
All of the Armed Services are put-
ting a great deal of emphasis on vol-
untary education, but the Navy in
particular is focused on educating its
Sailors.
NavAdmin 263/04 is the
Professional Military Education
Continuum that recognizes "continu-
ing education is an essential part of
sea warriors and supports transfor-
mation goals by providing our future
leaders the knowledge base to think
through uncertainty; full develop-
ment of innovative operational con-
cepts and capabilities".
These mandates put a lot of pres-
sure on personnel to seek education
during their off-duty hours.
At Florida Community College at
Jacksonville (FCCJ), we understand
the roadblocks set up in the way of


many people who desire to obtain
higher education. That is why we
offer many different ways for you to
take classes and get on the right
track. Here are some ways we can
help you:
1) Online Classes
.2) CD Courses that are portable
for you. Our office on base has
obtained several CD's that can be
loaned to the student or the student
can use them in our computer lab.
3) Eight-week on base classes -
attend two nights per week
4) Eight-week hybrid/blended
classes attend one night per week.
These classes give you the best of
both methods online and in class.
5) Telecourses Watch TV
6) CLEP
7) DANTES
8) Day Classes
9) Night Classes
10) Weekend Classes
Whether you are facing high year
tenure, early separation, or retire-
ment, the need for a degree is evident
when you search for a job in the civil-
ian sector. If you are staying in the
military, it is even more important for
you to work toward a degree to main-
tain your competitive edge.


Are you a military spouse? We
offer you the same opportunities in
obtaining your degree.
Environmental science degrees and
certificates
The term "environmental science"
can encompass many different career
fields and job descriptions. At NAS
Jacksonville, FCCJ is offering stu-
dents the opportunity to obtain their
associate in science degree, associate
. in applied science degree or a certifi-
cation in hazardous materials techni-
cian and/or assessment/safety compli-
ance. These degrees and certificates
are designed to provide and enrich
the student's basic skills, knowledge
and abilities in these fields.
This program focuses on federal
.regulations for environmental protec-
Stion, worker health and safety, home-
land defense, and the transportation
of hazardous materials. You can be
awarded credit through evaluation of
your government/mili-tary/industry
training. If you are active-duty mili-
tary and have not utilized your
tuition assistance, now is the time to
come talk to an FCCJ representative
at the Navy College Office, Building

See FCCJ, Page 12


JaxAr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 28, 2005 11


HURRICANE:

Preparedness briefing offered


From Page 1
system-onset exists (set
throughout hurricane
season), Condition IV -
72 hours, Condition III -
48 hours, Condition II -
24 hours and Condition I
- 12 hours.
For ships, three sortie
conditions (A, B and C)
exist. Because the risk of
damage is greater when
ships remain tied to the
pier, it's much safer for
them to ride out the
storm at sea. Aircraft are
also relocated to pre-des-
ignated alternate sites.
Hurricanes are classi-
fied according to intensi-
ty, and fall into five cate-
gories. A Category 1 hur-
ricane typically carries
sustained winds of 64 -
82 knots and may cause
minimal damage.
However, a Category 5,
as in the case of 1969's
Hurricane Camille, car-
ries sustained winds
greater than 135 knots,
surges up to 18 feet and
can leave catastrophic
destruction in its path.
Because the Earth's
axis spins at an angle
around the sun, the
waters of the Western
Hemisphere, particularly
the more shallow areas,
grow warmer during the
summer months. It's
from this warm water
that tropical distur-


bances form. As the dis-
turbance grows it be-
comes a tropical depres-
sion. Should wind speeds.
build to 34 64 knots,
the depression is then
classified as a tropical
storm. If wind speeds
exceed 64 knots, a hurri-
cane is born.
Since 1953, Atlantic
tropical storms have
been named from lists
originated by the Nation-
al Hurricane Center and
now maintained and
updated by an interna-
tional committee of the
World Meteorological Or-
ganization. Until 1979,
the lists only featured
women's names. Since
then, the names alter
between men and
women's names. Cur-
rently six lists of names
are in rotation.
When a hurricane
reaches shore resulting
in severe destruction, its
name is retired. This is
to prevent any cases of
public panic that may
result from future
storms bearing the same
name.
For those commands
who would like to have a
hurricane brief conduct-
ed at their workplace,
you can call NLMOF at
542-2541 and they will
schedule a date and
time.


For more Information, visit the following Web sites:
NLMOF: www.nlmof.navy.mil
National Hurricane Center:
www.nhc.noaa.gov
National Weather Service:
www.srh.noaa.gov
Federal Emergency Management: www.fema.gov.


HS-75: At sea with Ike a 'great opportunity'


From Page 1
underway they are support-
ing Ike's flight operations
by having one helicopter
airborne at all times with
another helicopter ready to
go at a moment's notice.
"Being out here (aboard
Ike) is a great opportunity
for us, being that about 60
percent of the squadron are
drilling reservists," said Lt.
Cmdr. Robert Coogan, an
HS-75 pilot, of Bayville,
N.Y. "We have to cycle them
in and out for their drill
weekends and their annual
active duty training periods
to keep them current in our
operations. We use these
operations to support the
fleet and get our guys -
from the pilots, to the air-
crew, to the maintainers -
trained up," added Coogan.


This underway period is a
win-win situation for Ike,
the squadrons conducting
carrier
HS-75 qualifications and
the reservists of HS-75.
"It keeps us up to speed
on everything," said
AWC(AW) Scott Pierce, of
Houston, Texas, and HS-
75's training department
leading chief petty officer.


This training is invalu-
able for HS-75 because they
have to be ready to answer
the nation's call.
"Any reserve squadron
has to be ready to be mobi-
lized, but we have not been
mobilized yet; however, you
never know what could
happen," said Pierce. "As
far as supplementing the
active duty squadrons, that


has been our bread and
butter for the last several
years, and we look forward
to it," added Pierce.
HS-75 Sailors are doing
their part in providing fleet
support, and their efforts
are going a long way in
ensuring Ike has another
successful underway peri-
od.


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MWR Planner

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Lunch Bingo
Monday Friday 11:30 a.m.

Night Bingo
Sunday paper and computers
Monday paper and computers
Tuesday paper
Thursday paper and computers



Renovation project set to begin May 23.
Facility will be closed for approximately eight weeks.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pin setters and scoring
system.


Outdoor pool set to open May 21.
Swim lesson registration begins May 21, 11 a.m.
Call 542-2930 for more info.


Call for more information about I.T T. trips or ticket
prices 542-3318.

Amelia Island Shrimp Festival
Sunday, $10:50

Sapelo Island
May 19
$42 includes transportation, ferry, lunch and guided
tour.


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.

Overnight trip to Tampa & Busch Gardens
May 6-8
$60/person includes two nights lodging & transporta-
tion.


For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.


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T-Bar Social Hours
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Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.


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By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor


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NAS Jacksonville
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merchandise. Now, with the
recent unveiling of a new
women's clothing line, Wear
Now Philosophy, profes-
sional women, stay-at-home
moms and retirees have a
new reason why to continue
to shop at the NAS Jax
NEX.
Shoppers will find the
new line offers a softer, cos-
mopolitan look. Each piece
has been designed to work
on its own, or to be com-
bined with other pieces in
order to build a fashionable.
outfit.


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
Ruth Bryant, a military spouse, finds the new Wear Now
Philosophy line very appealing. "It's neat to have a new col-
lection at the Navy Exchange. I like the design and the fab-
rics," Bryant said, while inspecting a new silk jacket.


According to NEX Jax
General Manager Marsha
Brooks, the smart, clean
look of the Wear Now
Philosophy is appropriate
for both career and casual
dressing. The quality of the
product is similar to pri-


vate label merchandise
found in better department
and specialty stores.
Fabrics such as 100 percent
silk, 100 percent line and
silk/line and silk/rayon
blends, as well as a newer
combination of fabrics such


as poly/nylon give the line a
new flare.
"The new private label
clothing made its debut in
20 NEX worldwide March
30," explained Brooks. "We
are one of those stores
selected for the new line
and we are thrilled. This
new line offers great
designs that incorporate
fabulous fabrics at great
prices. Women are going to
find that our new line
offers casual and elegant
dressing at great prices.
Wear Now Philosophy is
comparable to private label
programs featured in stores
such as Chico's and May
Company."
NEX Jax Women's
Department Manager
Melissa Eastham, a 20-year
retail veteran, is excited
about the new line and
explained that the new line
comes with its own sizing


Seaman to Admiral Program accepting applications


ByJOC Bruce Moody
Naval Service Training Command
he Seaman to Admi-
ral (STA-21) commis-
sioning program,
which provides a pathway
for qualified Sailors to
receive college educations
and, Navy commissions, is
soliciting applications for
fiscal year 2006.
Deadline for applications
is July 1, 2004. The selec-
tion board will meet during
September 2005 and the
names of selectees will be
announced via message
traffic in October 2005.
Program coordinators
stress that age require-
ments are significantly dif-
ferent this year. For a com-
plete list of requirements
and more information on
STA-21, see OPNAVINST
1420.1A, NAVADMIN 063/
05, or visit the STA-21 web-
site at https://www.sta-
21.navy.mil.
Sailors should consult
with their command career
counselor and chain of com-
mand for submission
requirements and recom-
mendations.
STA-21 is a full-time
undergraduate education
and commissioning pro-
gram open to enlisted per-
sonnel of all pay grades and
ratings who meet eligibility
requirements. STA-21 is
designed to improve sup-
port for Sailors interested
in earning a baccalaureate
degree and a commission as
a Naval officer. Selectees


are authorized a maximum
36 months of full-time,
year-round study to com-
plete a baccalaureate de-
gree, however, preferential
consideration will be given
to those applicants requir-
ing 24 months or less of full
time study.
Participants in the STA-
21 program remain on
active duty while attending
college and benefit from an
education voucher valued
at up to $10,000 per year to
cover tuition, fees and book
costs.
STA-21 participants will
become members of and
drill with a local NROTC
unit. Upon graduation,
STA-21 participants will be
commissioned as ensigns
and return to active duty in
the fleet.
In addition to the $10,000
per year voucher, Sailors
receive their basic pay and
basic allowance for housing,
are eligible for advance-
ment and many will be eli-
gible for fleet housing units
as well.
Candidates may apply for
either the STA-21 Core
Option of the STA-21
Target Option programs.
The STA-21 Core Option
allows officer community
assignment to an unre-
stricted line designator
during the final year of col-
lege based on the needs of
the Navy, individual quali-
fications, aptitude, experi-
ence and preferences.
A limited number of STA-
21 Target Option billets are


FCCJ: Class format variations offered


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110. Call Sheri Osment or
Lee Allen at 771-3979, or
come by the office. We have
an open door policy from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday. If you are
a new student and have not


attended orientation on
base, we encourage you to
do so on April 27 at 9 a.m.
in the FCCJ Computer Lab.
Take advantage of free
tuition before Oct. 1. If
you don't use it, you will
lose it!


available for those interest-
ed in joining the following
communities upon entry to
STA-21: Nuclear (Surface
or Submarine), Aviation
(Pilot), Aviation (Naval
Flight Officer, Surface
Warfare, Special Opera-
tions, Special Warfare,
Nurse Corps, Supply Corps,
Special Duty Officer (Intel-
ligence), Special Duty Offi-
cer (Information Warfare),
and Civil Engineer Corps.
Those not selected for
these target options will, if
desired, be considered for
the STA-21 Core Option.
With the exception of spe-
cial warfare and submarine
options, STA-21 designators
are open to both genders.
All STA-21 officer candi-
dates will attend the Naval
Science Institute (NSI)
course at Officer Training
Command, Newport, R.I.,


prior to beginning college
studies at an NROTC-affli-
ated college or university.
NSI is an eight-week
course of intense officer
preparation and indoctrina-
tion. Course enrollment is
timed to allow college
entrance during fall, spring
or summer semesters/quar-
ters.
A limited number of
selectees will be chosen to
attend a three or six month
individualized program of
study at BOOST (Broad-
ened Opportunity for Offi-
cer Selection and Training)
School in Newport to assist
in the transition to college.
Following completion of
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chart. "The first part of the
line arrived just three
weeks ago and is selling
very well. And our cus-
tomers, especially those
that shop at places like
Chico's, will be very famil-
iar with the new sizing phi-
losophy that comes with
this clothing line. Size 0
equates to size 6/8; size 1
equates to size 10/12; size 2
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size 3 equates to 18/20," she
said.
"Additionally, our cus-
tomers are going to find the
free-flowing pants, skirts of
all lengths, shell tops and
jackets very appealing.
Mother-of-pearl buttons,
embroideries, special trims
and stitching accentuate
the line," added Eastham.
During a shopping spree
at the NAS Jax NEX, Ruth
Bryant found the new line
to be a wonderful addition
to the exchange.
"I shop here because they
have good stuff that are
made correctly and are


affordable. This new line is
lovely. Women of all ages
can find something beauti-
ful to wear. Also, the sizing
is great. Petites and larger
sized women can now find
beautiful things. I know my
daughter will love it."
Cindy Sobczak, NEX
Service Command division-
al merchandise manager in
Norfolk, Va. explained that
the the Wear Now
Philosophy is designed for
the customer who wants
ease and style at prices far
below other retailers.
"We designed this new
line for our customers who
wear an extended missy
size, which is an area that
is under-served by clothing
manufacturers. Our cus-
tomers told us there was a
need for clothing in this
size range, and the Navy
Exchange responded," said
Sobczak.
NAS Jax NEX is open
Monday through Saturday,
8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and
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Taking the plunge


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Megan Styron
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on the water slide
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Department
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Local park announces outdoo 'r events

ByLeslie Royce **.. management practices, May 16, 10 a.m.-noon ers: Spring habitat study
Wstside Regiona Prk Naturalist learn about local plants and The Japanese have used May 20, 10-11:30 a~m. or
g animals, and have the bamboo for centuries to cre- 1-2:30 p~m.
"WkaW -+id~ Rpoinnl W nortnmitvtacqhieve the ate trellises'and other gar- The third in a series of


Park is located across
the NAS Jax Main
Gate. The following events
and workshops will be held
at the park in May:
Nature Crafts:
Bamboo Creations
May 6, 10-11:30 p.m.
Bamboo can be an inva-
sive plant, crowding out
other desirable plants.
We're going to take our
invasive bamboo and use it
to creative several different
craft items such as wind
chimes and wall decora-
tions.
Environcamp Registration
May 7,8 aj.m-noon
Registrations must be
made in person by a parent
or guardian-no registra-
tions taken over the phone.
Children will be able to
explore and learn about
nature through field trips,
games, educational activi-
ties, and nature crafts.
Critter Camp-(ages 7-
9)-June 6-17. Discover fas-
cinating facts about animals
and bugs found in the


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Leslie Royce, a park naturalist at Westside Regional Park, lets
Scarlett Whitley handle a Florida King snake at the Earth Day
celebration at The Jacksonville Landing April 16. Westside
Regional Park has a variety of animals allowing visitors an up
close and personal connection with nature.


Jacksonville area while
exploring fields, forests,
streams, and other habitats.
Exploring H20 Camp-
(ages 7-12)--June 13-July 1.
Water is an important
resource to everyone. Gain
an increased understanding
and appreciation for water
through games and exercis-


es that focus on water con-
servation, different water
habitats, and the impor-
tance of water to all living
things.
Junior Ranger Camp-
(ages 10-12)-July 5-15.
Learn about the job duties
of a ranger. Campers
actively assist in parkland


level of Junior Ranger by
the end of the session.
Camp time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Cost: Camp: $50 / two-
week session
Extended care: 7 a.m.-6
p.m. Extended care: $10 /
two-week session
Junior Counselors (Teen
Power) volunteers needed.
Earn community service
hours while having summer
fun by working as a junior
counselor. Cost: $10 / ses-
sion. Please call 573-2498
for more information or to
apply.
Wee Workshop:
Crawling Caterpillars
May 11,2-3:30 p.m.
Calling all wee lepidopter-
ists (aged seven years and
under) and their adult com-
panions to join us in a
search for caterpillars.
Learn about some things
that make caterpillars spe-
cial and make your own
caterpillar craft to take
home.
Nature Crafts:
Bamboo Garden Structures


den structures. Learn to
make your own garden
structure out of bamboo
that you can place in your
garden. Participants will
need to bring an electric
drill. Bamboo and other
supplies provided. Because
of the use of power tools,
this program is restricted to
adults and children 14 and
older.
Coffee with the birds
and butterflies
May 19,9-10 a.m.
Picture yourself relaxing
in air-conditioned comfort
with your morning cup of
coffee or tea and looking out
our large picture windows
at hummingbirds, other
birds, and butterflies as
they visit our bird feeders
and butterfly-friendly
plants.
Hooray for homeschool-


habitat studies to learn
more about the plants, ani-
mals, sounds, and smells of
three types of habitats in
Westside Regional Park.
Data collected during the
autumn and winter studies
will be available to all par-
ticipants.
Gardening for butterflies
May 26,10-11:30 am.
Learn which species of
butterflies are commonly
found in the Jacksonville
area and what you can do to
attract them to your yard.
The indoor portion of the
program will be followed by
a tour through the butterfly
gardens. Bring your cam-
eras because we will see
butterflies!
Registration is required
for all workshops. For more
information or to register,
call 573-2498.


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The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's
DID No. 300 meetings are held
the second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
Clay County Chapter 1414,
National Association of
Retired Federal Employ-ees,
invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to
their regular monthly meeting
the second Tuesday of each
month at 1 p.m. at the Orange
Park Library. For more informa-
tion, call 276-9415.
"' The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
:.m. on the first Wednesday of
:$very month at the clubhouse
.Building 1956) adjacent to the
:%Aulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
ind non-boaters are invited to
.ttend. The Board of Governors
meeting is held the second and
fourth Thursday of each month.
The Navy Jax Yacht- Club is a
members only club open to all
,active duty, reserves, retired mil-
%ary and active and retired DoD
civilians. For more information,
,call 778-0805 or email com-
.nodore @ njyc.org.
; A free Yoga Class for all
,ages and abilities is held the
first Sunday of each month at
:Memorial Park in Riverside at
*1 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
her information, call Brenda


Star Walker at 398-8429.
The Cummer Museum of
Art & Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December. For
more information, contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AOC Richard Holmes at 542-
3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
Several Youth Fishing
Derbies are coming up. Events
are being held May 7 at
Huguenot Park, June 4 at
Hanna Park and Aug. 20 at


Oceanway Park. All derbies run
from 9 a.m. to noon. A Youth
Fishing Tournament will be held
Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to3 p.m. at
Hanna Park. For more informa-
tion, call 573-4918.
The 42nd Isle of Eight Flags
Shrimp Fest in Fernandina
Beach, Fla. will be held this
weekend. The Shrimp Festival
Pirate Parade will be held
tonight at 6 p.m. For more infor-
mation, go to www.shrimpfesti-
val.com.
A Motorcycle Ride is being
held Saturday to help Markie
Ann Mannix, a 4-year-old girl
who has terminal brain cancer.
Sign-ups begin at 11 a.m. at the
Saddle Tramp Saloon, with the
ride beginning at noon. The cost
is $15 per person. A benefit
party will follow. For more infor-
mation, call 406-4710.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association will hold
their monthly meeting May 10 at
6 p.m. at Shands Jacksonville
Hospital. For more information
call Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.
The National Naval Officers
Association Jacksonville
Chapter is hosting the 10th
annual De. Samuel P. Massie
Scholarship Banquet May 14 at
noon at the Hidden Hills
Country Club at 3901
Monument Boulevard. This cele-
bration will honor five local high
school seniors who will receive
over $5,000 in scholarship
monies. The theme is "Servicing
Youth Through Educational
Opportunities." For ticket infor-
mation, call Lt.
LaShelle Hamilton at 542-7045,
Lt. Lakesha Chieves at 542-
9212 or Lt. Cmdr. Ethan Josiah
at 542-7464.
Dunkirk Lighthouse will host
a military reunion at the Days
Inn Dunkirk in Fredonia, N.Y.
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SPORTS &iSA'NDINGS


Skeet league forming
A Captain's Cup Skeet League is now
forming. The league is open to all NAS Jax
active duty personnel. Stop by the gym to
pick up the rules and entry forms to join the
league.
Volleyball meeting planned
An intramural sand volleyball meeting will
be held May 4 at 11:30 a.m. in Building 850,
located on the corner of Yorktown and
Mustin Roads. Command athletic officers or
their designated representative who attend
will receive five Captain's Cup points. The
rules will be covered and entry forms to join
the league will be provided.
Golf meeting coming up
An intramural golf meeting is planned for
May 18 at 11:30 a.m. at Mulligans.
Command athletic officers or their designat-
ed representative who attend will receive
five Captain's Cup points. The rules will be
covered and entry forms to join the league
will be provided.
Racquetball tourney in May
A Captain's Cup Men and Women's
Racquetball Tournament will be held May
23-27. The tournament is open to all NAS
Jax active duty men and women. There will
be a separate men and women's division.
Each command participant earns points for
their command for participating and addi-
tional points are awarded for first, second
and third place. Sign up at the NAS Jax
Gym by May 18.
Basketball meeting slated
A summer basketball meeting will be held


May 25 at 11:30 a.m. in Building 850. The
rules will be covered and entry forms to join
the league will be provided.
Officials and scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football, and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers also needed for
basketball. Experience not required. If inter-
ested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.

Greybeard Softball Standings
As of April 22
Team Wins Losses
CSCWL 7 0
VP-30 4 2
VP-16 3 2
CPRW-11 3 3
AIMD 3 4
CNATTU 2 5
CHSWL 0 6

Intramural Softball Standings
As of April 22
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 8 1
AIMD Warriors 7 1
HS-75 2 0
VP-45 5 1
VP-62 5 2
VS-32 5 2
VS-30 4 2
PSD 4 2
VP-16 3 2
CPRW-11 3 3


AIMD 500
VR-58
VR-58
VS-31
VS-31
NCTS
HS-15
CNATTU
SERCC
Naval Hospital
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VP-30 IFT
AIMD 600
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Intramural Soccer Standings
As of April 22
Team Wins Losses
HS-11 2 0
CNATTU 3 1
VP-45 3 1
VP-30 2 1
Naval Hospital 3 2
VS-31 1 2
VS-32 1 3
AIMD 0 4

Women's Softball Standings
As of April 22
Team Wins Losses
VP-16 3 1
TPU 2 1
Lady Divas 1 1
Naval Hospital 0 3


Annual golf tournament to benefit NMCRS fund drive


From The NMCRS Goff
Committee
The Jacksonville Area
Navy and Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Golf Committee
will be hosting the 14th
annual NMCRS Benefit
Golf Tournament May 26 at
the Deercreek Country
Club.
Last year's tournament
raised $37,000, which was
returned to Sailors and
Marines in the form- of
relief or educational assis-
tance. The goal for this
year's event is $100,000,
which would make it the
ninth golf charity tourna-
ment in Jacksonville to
raise that amount in one
day.
Hole sponsorships start
at $500 and at the $1,500
level, the sponsor will also
be provided a free foursome


entry into the tournament.
All contributions to the
society are deductible
under Section 170(b)(1)(a)
of the IRS Code.
Golfing foursomes are
also needed. Golfers this
year will have the opportu-
nity to play the immaculate
greens at the private
Deercreek Country Club of
Jackson-ville.
Dual shotgun starts
(morning wave at 8 a.m.
and afternoon wave at 1


p.m.) will accommodate the
first 288 golfers that sign
up for the tournament.
At a. minimum, each
golfer will receive: cart and
greens fee at Deercreek for
the tournament, lunch pro-
vided by the Outback
Steakhouse, an additional
free round of golf at
Deercreek for future use,
and another at their sister
club Queens Harbor Yacht
and Golf Club.
Refreshments at all four
par three holes will be pro-
vided by Budweiser, Dasani
water and Powerade
throughout the course pro-
vided by the Coca-Cola
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904 4637020

4, Jax Bch- 3/2 Brand
New Condo 1600sf
washer/dryer, fully
e equip, fpl, 1 car gar
410-991-0817
Jax Beach 3/2 Brand
New condo 1600 sf
washer/dryer fully
equipped fpl 1 car
garage (410) 991- 0817
JAX BEACH OCEAN-
FRONT 1/1 w/d,
$750 wk or $1500mo.
long term. No pets or
smokers 904-962-2839
M'BURG/RAVINES Golf
Club, lbr unit furn, w/d,
$595m 716-0180/225-9955
NEAR BEACH 1/1
41 tennIs,T .all
904-382-3595
PVB/Ocean Grove 2/2, fp,
lakeview, many amen.
$1250m. 352-342-1731
PVB 1/1,. fleshly painted,
quiet, 3rd fir, scrnd
porch, gtd comm. Steps
away from TPC golf
course, min's from bch,
904.534 7802

cMnHOMES OF
SAN MARCO
2 BEDROOM / BATH
UNITS 900 SQ. FT.
RECENTLY UPGRADED! -
UNITS SURROUND
A NICE LANDSCAPED
COURTYARD WITH POOL!
WATER INCL IN LEASE!
$650 & UP A MONTH
SECTION 8 APPROVED.
(904) 730-8060
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP

SOUTHSIDE II VlIlagio
new 3/2 condo granite
tops, $1250mo. 1st
m o n t h f r e e
904-519-8510 to view
S'SIDE/BAYMEADOWS
new 2/2 $850mo 1 mth
dep. Call 655-0222
S'SIDE/Stonebridge 3/2,
nr JTB & 9A, gated, pool,
fitn., scr. lanai w/lake
view, 1st fir, $1200m.
Avail Nowi 904591-8682
SIDE -IL VILLAGIO New
2/2.5, 1394sf, Call Now 4
SpecIalsl! 407-256-3321
St.Aug 3/2 gar, marsh
view,pool,1700sf $1400
904-910-7397
ST. NICH-AII new 2/2,
gated wtr access. W/D,
$850m. 904-505-3121
THE PALMS AT MARSH
LANDING 3/2, newly
remod., tile, lots of
upgrds, view biks from
bch, scr. prch, gated
comm., gar, 2 Pool's,
fitn., grndcflr, Avail 5/1,
$1450m+dp. 904-234-0115
W'SIDE 2/2 Waterfront,
Near Riverside, $895m
boat dockage, 757- 0775
W'SIDE Brand new,
gated pool 2/2, 1118 sf,
$850 +sec tp, 616-1240

415 Houses
41.5 Furnished

NEAR NAS & Cecil Comm.
2br $500; lbr $475.
NO pets. 388-1335


42O Houses
c420U Unfurnished

48 4R2.BA-$1800/mo
S10 min from base
PCS move Call Judith
803-4184
ARL Ft Caroline 4/2/2,
$1150 mo.Avail 5/23,
904- 284- 7644/657- 6186
ARL nice 3/1, CH&A,
$8s50mo + dep.
770-781-5211
ASHTON/FLEM ISL $1450
3/2 LR, DR, eat-in- kit,
covered patio, ceiling
fan, intercom sys, sec
sys, gar, fen back yd,
appli & WD. 215-0295
ATL. & KERNAN Beautiful
2/1.5TH at The Seasons,
Gated comm. Cbl & wtr
incl. $1000m. 813-4730
ATL. BCH Lux/Exec. 4/3
Oceanview, pool. $2000m
6mo. min. 904 382- 3894
ATI.ANnC BCH 3/2n
Berber. tile, fenced
yard. garage, W/D
hookup NO PETS.
$895. Call 221-5652 to
view PCSIng.
AAIC BEACH
1 BIlfrom Ocean.
3BR 3BA townhome with
fireplace, deck, and loft.
Just renovated with tile,
berber, $ New Appliances,
2 car gar. $1800mo.
Call Mary Van Blarcom
(904) 945-7810
The Real Estate Resource
ATL BCH- 3/1.5ba.
745 Cavalla Rd. $800/mo
+'deposit 845-3736
ATL BCH 3/2, Berber,
tile, fenced yd, gar,
w/d hu's, NO pets,
$895 Call 221-5652 to
view DCSing
ATL BCH W. 945 Main
St. 2/1.5, 2 story TH,
$900mo. 962-7766
BAYMEADOWS 3/2, fen
yd, good schls. $1100 +
Iawn maint 422-7335
BAYMEADOWS Hampton
Glen, story, 4/2.5,
2400SF. $2350mo.
645-6929 or 220-5383
BEACHES -Spectacular
Oceanfront 2/2ful bath.
Breath taking views of
the ocean. Gar, comply.
renov., $1950m. 910-0995
CF & HAS Batchelor Cottage
2BR $545 Quiet. Pet OK!
Rets Req 778- 2897
DAMES POINT AREA
E T Brand new 3br/2ba,
I 2 garage, playground,
S avail mid-June.
$1200- $1300/mo
Call 904-382-1758
Downtown Foreclosurel
3bed, Only $27,900!
800- 749- 124 x5545

EAGLE HARBOR
1705 Eagle Watch Dr
5 BDR, 4 BA, 2804 Sq Ft.
$1850 mth, No Pets.
(904)262-0903

Eagle Harbor Pine Lake Twn
Hm 2/2, ofc, 1 c gar, all apple
Incl. $1100m. 904-49944
FERN. BCH Quiet 2/1
Duplex's. Upstr $925,
Dwn $775m. Ref's. no
pets. 904-556-9356
Fleming Ish/Lake Ridge
S., gated. brand new
one story home, 3/2.
two car gar. "A" rated
schools, amenities &
yard maint. 11 mi to
AS. $1275 (904)
807-4885
4, FLEM ISL-3/2 home
unew app, Ig fen yd
Sw/pool,$1350/mo
+ dep. Avail now.
Contact (904)759-9662
or (559) 924-2263. Must
See. PCS Move
GATE/9A New 4/3+Ofc.
2900sf, all apple. & maint.,
$1650m. 904-994-4983
GREENCOVE/Black Creek
Waterfront 3/2, 2car
gar, boat house & dock.
1600m. 904-616-3907
Hibernia Plantation
Son The St. John's
River 4br, 2.Sba, Pool
S Home. Great Schools,
Avail Jul. '05. $1900
904-284-1249
SHouse for rent.
$880/mo. NO pets.
1 Available 05/30/05
Contact Rich San-
tomaureI619- 454- 3872
richlap(isajrx.com
ICW/Hunters Ridge 3/2
w/sunroom. 1800+/. sf,
$1,350/mo Incl lawn car.
Appliances incl. 12526
Hunter's Branch Way.
DON BROWN REALTY
270-1121 or 571-7177.
JAX BCH O'front 3/2.5,
3110 Ocean Dr So.,
$2200 mo 904-273- 6398
Washington Properties
JAX BEACH
New-Luxury Townhome
$1595 mo 1-888-453-9325
WESELLJAXHOMES.COM


ARGYLE MANDARIN
7782 Macdougall Dr. 4443 Windergate Dr.
3/2 1425SF$950 2/2.5 1280SF $750


9594 Croxley Court
4/2 1745SF $1125

7819 Loch Lomond
3/2 1781SF $995
NEWLY RENOVATED!

8202 Loch Seaforth
2/2 1100SF $795

7358 Sweet Pea Trl
3/2 1200SF $850
$200 OFF 1ST
FULL MONTHS RENT!

7917 Collins Bay Ct
4/2 1716SF $995

8429 Fire Fly Lane
3/2 1652SF $900


12102 Dividing Oaks
Trail East
4/2 2800SF $1795
SCREENED POOL!

NORTHSIDE
332 West 26th St.
2/1 915SF $550

4092 Clearbrook
Cove Road
3/2 1875SF $1095
NEW CONSTRUCTION
HOME!

OAKLEAF
PLANTATION
3128 Litchfield Drive
3/2 1312SF $995
$500 OFF 1ST FULL
MONTHS RENT!


ARLINGTON
11631 Tananger Drive 1539 Cotton Clover
3/2.5 1440SF $850 4/2 1828SF $1195


Houses
420 Unfurnished

JULINGTON CRK, NEW
3/2.5 TH 1C. gar. scrn-
orch, 1600sf. $1250mo,
lawn svc. club ameni-
ties. 904- 27& 2334.
KINGSBAY 3br/
S2ba. appliances,
I > carport, 2 car gar,
Ig fenced yard,
in-ground pool, CH&A,
minutes from base,
schools. 1-95. $1100mo,
plus deposit.
912-5764028
FORECLOSURE! 3Bed
Only $454001 Listings
800 749- 8124 x1903
MANDARIN 3/1.5, off of
Mandrin Rd. $1100mo. +
dep. 219-5616
M'BURG 3/2, gar, fenc'd
yd, apple's. $875 + 1st &
sec 904.819.9368

MIDDLEBURG
Very nice home!
Located In Ridaught
Landing in M'Burg.
2903 Bloxi Trail
4/2 1635SF $925
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8"00

NEPT. BCH OPEN
HOUSE 2000 Strand
12-7 Daily $2200
904-241-5009
0 NORTHSIDE /
NORTH CREEK 4/2
2 car gar 2100SF,
l private lot,
screened porch
$1400mo. Call
904-509-8795 flex
terms, avail June

NORTHSIDE
BRAND NEW HOMES!!
Creekside Bend
1449 -1765SF Models
To Choose From
$975 and Up!
FEDERATED MGMT.
GROUP
(904) 730-8060

NORTHSIDE
BRAND NEW HOMEII!
4092 Clearbrook Cove
3/2 1875SF. $1095
FEDERATED MGMT.
GROUP
(904) 730-8060

NORTHSIDE
BRAND NEW HOME
2870 Centerwood Dr N
3/2 1540SF $985
$300 OFF
1ST MONTHS RENT!
FEDERATED MGMT.
GROUP
(904) 730-8060

2 N'side North Creek
4/2 2 c. garage,
2100sf, private lot,
screened porch,
$1400. mo. call
904.509.8795
Flex terms. Avail. June
N'SIDE WATERFRONT
3/2. deck. 2200sf, pool
boat dock $1675 343-1818
O.P. Oakleaf -3/2,
HUGE Gr. rm, cov proch,
fncd, yd, $1195 291.5208
OAKILEAF/OP -New 4/2
$1250Rent/Own. amen.,
NICE, 415-381-4073
OCEANWAY/Hlckory Hill
New 4/2, scr. prch, dbl
gar, $1400m. 904-714-0567
S OP/Drs. Inlet 4/2
1 Huge yard- all yrd
t svc incl. 3 yrs old.
2000sf$1250
213-0757 PCS
OP/FLEM ISL 3/2 +
bonus, fp, Irg fenc'd yd
close to schools. $1075
mo. 5966 Lazy Meadow
Crt. 612-.1169/728- 7728
OP/OAK LEAF 4/2 new
w/d & refrig, avail,
$1295-$1350 264-1425
OP/OAKLEAF- brand
new; 3/2; over 2000 SF;
near amenities/pool;
$1295m+dp. 904.710-8070
OP/Oakleaf Plant. New
3/2.5 Twnh w/gar. Amen.
1650sf. $500 off 1st mo.
$1190m. 215-996-0883
SOP Oakleaf Planta-
tion, new3/2.5 town-
kl house w/gar, 1650sf,
pool club amenities
$500 off 1st mo $1175mo.
215 996-0883 (c)
215-740-5811.
ORANGE PARK
1 BIk Off St. Johns River!
3 Bedroom, 2 Baths.
New Cpt, Tile, and Paint!
Huge 2 Car Garage!
$1100/month
(904) 505-3785
ORTEGA Waterfront, 3/2,
gated, gym, pool, $1500
mo 904-534-1327
1 OWNER FINANCING:
Lease to buy any home
on the mkt; Bad credit
ok 888.389.0540 9010
S'SIDE-3/2 nr UNF & Twn
Ctr. 2c.gar. Avail 5/1. Call
685-2119 $1195/mo+dp.
S'SIDE/SAN JOSE-Must
See 3/2.5, apple, new
cpt, scr. prch. gar, fncd
yd, no pets Avail now!
ef's chk, $1100m+2m
sec & 1st mo. rent.
4211 Marianna Rd.
904-419-0271
S'SIDE 3/1, Den, gar,
bright, clean, gd area,
NO PETS, $925 737-5791
S'SIDE GROVE PARK
BRICK BEAUTY -
w/pool, 4/2, $1500mo +
dep, no pets, 993-8877
ST. MARYS
3BR/2BA, 1710
Shadowlawn Dr.
$880mo no pets,


Houses
420 Unfurnished

S'S St John's Towne Ctr
Area Lakeview, new
2060 sf 3 BR + Den, 2.5
BA TH, all appl's, com-
mon pool/rec. 2 car gar,
gated, Oxford Chase, no
smoke, no pet. Lease
$1750, Owner 273-5600
ST AUG-ST JOHNS GOLF
& C/C new 4/3 incI lawn
svC and cable 1675/mo
914-447-7085
WESTSIDE 2/2.5 TH, Irg
BDRMS, $750/mo. $750
dep 904-699-3285

Westside
BRAND
NEW HOMES
Lauren Oaks Subdivision
3 and 4 Bedroom
Models to Choose From
$925 and Up
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060

WESTSIDE
Quaint Home In
Crtal SpringsI
593 Radnor
3/2. 1296SF, $875
FEDERATED MGMT.
GROUP
(904) 730-8060

WS/103rd 3/1.5 new ch/a
No Smk/pets/HUD. Scr.
patio, $875m 777-5955
W'SIDE 3 oro4 BR,
$800-$1100 mo
RentSource Jax 981-9191
W'SIDE/OP- 3/2, 1 cgar.
fncd yd. new home. off
Collins Rd. 904783-2817
W'SIDE/Travis Trace, 3/2,
cul- de- sac, ch/a, pets ok
$975m+dp. 904-786 3658
YULEE 4/3 Timber Creek
New 3000sf, scrn porch
$1495mo. 860-5564
3/2 Lakefront, modem,
many amenities $1000.
904.964-4005. Stark FL.
$850/mo SECTION 8
WELCOME Remodeled
4/2 Cent A/C Lgyd 3436
Soutel Dr 877-477-1043
FORECLOSURE! 3Bed, Buy
Only $32,500! For listings
800-749-8124 xF201

425 Manufactured
Homes
BEACHES
3/2 2/1, pool walk to
base, starting C $499
$250 sec Call 249-6444
FLEMING ISL RTO 2/2 on
Irg fen lot. great loc,
schls $700mo. 264-1766

427 Mobile Home
427 Lot Rentals

PRIVATE MOBILE
HOME LOT -for
rent. Westside off
103rd and Old
Middelburg. Call
771-5565 leave msg.

430 Roommates

AtL Blvd/Kernan-S hare
4/2 home. DSL & all util.
incl. Wery gd area. N/S
only $140wk 904-838-8054
FLEMING ISL XL rm furn
N/S, incl bills/cable +
hse/pool priv. $400+
dep. Call 610-9512
KINGSLAND Share 3/2
T House. Close to Base
$350m. util. incl. Hot
tub.'Pool tbl. 510-0559
MANDARIN
$500 inlds everything
Cal3l 904-422 7923
SOrange Park Share
I lrge .; 11c.1, rnouIM
Kn.ant 80w' ,.C l? l
r,.- .u: 32 -
Ut-iij e ne ar L .1
Ia vtoil :sids & P.tdali'
Iu. 3 5n -ii, n.:.T. .*n I I
s.:re. ,- p.Tc.- ..'i ,:
ROOMMATE WANTED
/ Fernandir., Beacn
38R, 29BA. k15' mc..
utIlII.us ir.o uaed.
s Cur~rs deposil neu,,
liable. 904 277 8026
levme mes.a3ge
Roommate wanted
T NP. umake utiilies
irnludea A C.CaDle
Wasner, DrOer
S-Oim near King.ly ir,
OP. Canl 386 020,
W'SIDE Share 3br home.
Cbl. ph, w/d, all util incl.
$100wk+sec. dp 388-3075
WS WF seeks day work
ing Male. Home. Pool.
no smoker $400m
incl util. 904-.777-59SS

435 Rooms
to Rent

ALL JAX furn'd. CH&A,
W/D kitchen, cable.
phone $130,k 781 3652


435 Rooms
43 to Rent

ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
w/Micro, Refrig
low daily/wkly rates
10% off for wkly room
KINGS INN 725-3343

ATLBCH- util. cable incl.
$385mo 936 Majestic




N JAX- Ktchntts util, cable
On Bus. Line 764-0640
A ORANGE PARK
room in private
|Town House $400.
Small util incl. Call
386-0207 7 miles from
NAS Jax
Beach!
440 Vacation/
Resorts
SW FLORIDA 2/2 on
canal w/70001b boat lift
nr Sanibel 904-259-9518





Commercial
Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
505 Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
for-Sale
515 Retail/Office Space
for Rent
SOO ^Commercial/
500 Industrial
507 For Sale

ATL. BCH Zoned CG lot
w/house, 179x125.
Mayport Rd & Stanley
Accepting Bids $290k &
up 4651223 or 246- 3343
OS Commercial!
505 Industrial
For Rent

INDUSTRIAL WHOSE
5400sf, approx. 800sf
ofc, 4600sfwhse, 20ft
dock high, sublease
$3142 mi, incl's taxes &
until's. 904-737-1711 or
904-982-9160
507 Businesses
For Sale

CABINET BUSINESS
Training available
Call 904-573-9734
REST. FOR SALE: Hist.
5Pts. 50seats, fully eqpt
Grt loc. $130k. 610-3349

515 Office Sace
For Rent
BAYMEADOWS Exec.
Suites Avail Nowl Class
A, Waterview, Furnished.
$500- $1250. 904 730-8111
NORTHSIDE
3118 W. Edgewood Ave.
100-1 OKsf. Single, Multi
or Lrg Co. Ut1. incl.
904-568-8844/766-0999
OFFICE / WAREHOUSE
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731-8070 / 241-2000
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Financial
560 Business
Opportunities
555 Distribuiursnips
Franchises
560 Financial Services
565 Money o10 Lend
or BOrrOws
570 Mort gages Bougnh
and Sold

5 Business
550, Opportunities

3 BULK CANDY VENDING
ROUTES REDUCED!
$9,000. Call 707-2278
CONVENIENT STORE FOR
SALE in Glen St. Mary
904-259-6066; 655-2023
Lawn Care Company
For Sale $125k
Call 874-9562
Between 5-9pm
Serious inquiries only
Liquor License 4COP ; Duval
County, 200.000
Call (904) 631-6917


AVugo

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you owe it to yourself to call
Us @ 904-997-8822


550 Business
550 Opportunities


PHYSICIANS WEIGHTLOSS
CTRS -Natl. Franchise
Local Oppty. 269-6909







Education and
Training
600 Private Instruction
6S Schools
610 Specialty Training/
Events



605 Schools


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700 Domestic

HOUSEKEEPER/CAREGIVER
Baymeadows area.
Honest, Dependable,
Good Ref's. 642-9003



705 Financial

CORPORATE BUYER
TNT Logistics North America,
part of TNT N.V. a global
provider of mail express
and logistics services, Is
seeking a Purchasing Pro-
fessional.
position responsibilities
include negotiation, imple-
mentation and adminis-
tration of company-wide
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preparation of various RFQ,
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analyses, and manage-
ment and control of com-
pany assets. Qualified
candidates must have a
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Accounting, Business or
related field with experi-
ence preferred. This posi-
tion requires strong ana-
lytical, negotiation and
organizational skills.
Qualified candidates can fax
their resumes with salary
history to (904) 928-1547 or
apply on-line at
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706 Accounting/
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Account Specialist
Leading Software Co.
Looking to place indi-
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Team. Must have Car
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Including accounting.
Fax Resume 354-6332


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TNT Logistics North
America, part of TPG N.V.,
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t ailANear Orange Park Medical Center Zoned CPO

0 3-5 Year Lease Term 2,900 S.F. Available
.. .... For Sale



Lease


707 Driver
BOTTLED WATER
DELIVERY
Good customer service
skills. Good driving
record. Class B CDL Lic.
Heavy lifting req. $9/hr
Background Check and
pre-employment drug
screen. 8-5+OT ben-
efits. Call 737-7870
CDL A/B LOCAL MOVING
CO. OTR & LOCAL
lyr exp. 800-879-9046





CLASS A CDL
Brown Trucking now
hiring on Owner/Ops
Class A CLD only
53' Van GA, FL, SC, NC
99% No touch 99% pre-
loaded, 80% drop&hook
Home some nights and
every weekend. You
MUSThave 3 years exp.
& be 25 years of age
with clean.MVR Call
(800) 241-5624 ext
106www.browntrucking.com
James Brown Con-
tracting is a drug free
workplace.

CLASS B CDL Exc Pay
and Benefits. Great
Working Environment,
Come Join The Sea-
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at 445 IGP. 825-0991
EOE/DFWP


Company Drivers
$1000 Sign on Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on bonus*
WANTED! Drivers w/
2 or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most
weekends
*Co. starting pay
$.31-.34/mile
SO/OP pay $.85/mile
+ fuel supplement
$.01 Safety Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
-$25 Weekly Service
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*Paid First 2 Weeks


Call G r e g @
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good driving record &
professional attitude.
good pay. For more
info call 800-650-9211
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786-2771 ext 233
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DRIVERS
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house person in our
Jacksonville division.
We offer excellent ben-
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long-term disability
insurances's, paid
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excellent driving
record is required. Prior
forklift experience is
required. This position
is for local building
construction site
delivery.
Please apply
in person only:
Jenkins Brick Company
7160 Phillips Highway
Jacksonville, FL 32256
No phone calls please
Equal Oppty Employer

DRIVERS- Flowers Of
Mandarin needs deliv-
ery person over 21,
valid DL & good driving
requirequired Also con-
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H Endorsement
required. If you are an
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school graduate we
can get you home
almost every day. Call
to find out about the
opportunities. $1000
sign on bonus for
drivers with one year
experience. Recruit-
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pkg & full benefits.
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, FIL 32209
(904) 764-4516
888-547.6649
EOE/DFWP
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OPERATORS Syrs exp.,
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exp. w/Rockbed Trucks.
DIWP. Call 904- 764-8841


707 Driver
OWNER OPERATORS-
20-24'straight truck
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Mike 731-0166

Route Driver
Amasons seeks hard-
working dependable
drivers with Class A or
B CDL Our trucks have
AC, AT, stereo, & air
ride seats. $30K+per
yr w/OT pay, med, den,
ret. plan. pd vac, uni-
forms. Apply: 130 Col-
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Class B, w/air brakes
license req'd. Clean MVR,
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fax 904-693-8798
TRUCK DRIVER/CONCRETE
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Class A CDL $14
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710 n Industrial/
7 1U Trades

AC HELPERS /TECHS
A/C Duct installer or
Electrical Background
Helpful. Will Train the
right person. Must have
g d M V R /
Background/Drug Free.
Hrly+bonuses+comm
CaIl 645-5288 or email
resume to scottume
atlantic-environmental.
com.




APT PUNCH OR WAR-
RANTY WORK PERSON
WITH EXP- Apply at
9745 Tochton Rd9
construction trailer
AUDIO VIDEO TECH-
good pay and been-
efits, fax resume
904-732-7487
CARPENTERS PAINTERS
& TRAINEES.
Performance Painting
Contractors, Inc. Top
pay, year round work,
paid training, bnfts,
vacations. Call641- 4800
F.AN ?m


710 Industrial/
STrades

CARPENTERS & HELPERS
for- residential, top
pay for top perfor-
mance. 545 0207
CARPENTERS
& HELPERS
for Resid framing.
Benefits avail.
Sub crews OK. 993-1111

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800-693- 7838
DFWP/EOE
CONSTRUCTION SUPER-
INTENDENT, experi-
enced in multi-family
concrete construction,
in the Jacksonville area.
Call 904-237-1266.
CRANE OPERATOR
WANTED-Exp hydro
phone:(386)252-5605,
fax: (386)258-5011

ELECTRICAL JOURNEYMEN
with industrial ex
ELECTRICAL HELPERS
Min of 1 yr exp.
Competitive pay, bnfts
Contact 764-2524
GLAZOR NEEDED W/EXP.
& UNEXP. NEW GLASS
TRAINEE. Call 765-5558


710 Industrial/
710 Trades

INSTALLER- DUCT PER-
SON- with exp only.
Must have valid DL
Call 912-510-8655 or
fax 912-882-1817
FIBERGLASS INSULATION
INSTALLERS
Batts & Blown,
Exp'd & trainees needed.
FL drivers lic req'd
2800 Clydo Rd. 733-9188

Looking for your next
dream opportunity?
Leading national com-
mercialjanitorial firmnns
seeks energetic, moti-
vated individual who
wants to take their sales
skills to the next level.
You supply the enthu-
siasm we supply the
leads and the training!
Qualified candidate must
have 1-2 years sales
experience, your own
transportation and a
desire to be the best! We
offer base salary plus an
attractive commission
package and unlimited
earning potential.
Fax resume to
(408) 260-3205 or
mall dndyanolan@
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710 Industrial/
Trades

MACHINE OPERATOR/
WELDER-
Rubin Iron Works has
immediate openings for
experienced machine
operators. Must have
exp. w/ pressbrake,
shear, plate rolls &
angle rolls. Welding exp
is a plus. Apply in per-
son at: Rubin Iron
Works, 608 Carmen St.
Jax Fl 32206



Must have CDL Class D'
Lic. Clean driving
record. Benefits.
3538280 DFWP

MACHINIST -1st Class
2nd Shift only. EOE.
Besco Inc. 783-4504

MAINTENANCE TECH
Needed for brand new
luxury garden apart-
ment community in
Orange Park area.
Team attitude & dedi-
cation to excellence
required. Please fax
resume to 904-777-4076


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Must have valid DL with
good driving history.
all 276-3474 or fax
resume to 276-7313







MOOSEHAVEN
Apply 1701 Park Ave,
(904) 278-1225 or
Fax resume to 278-1225
EOE/DFW

PLUMBERS & HELPERS
NEEDED -Exp'd only
DFWP. Call 731-2478 or
904-759-1199

REMODELER- expd.
drywall & paint.
$10-$14/hr Valid DL &
transpt 904-246. 0015

EXPERIENCED ROOFER
NEEDED ASAP.
Exp. in all applications a
plus. Truck/Tools A Must
$18.00 an hour Plus
Benefits. 904- 219 0745




Clean driving record,
background check.
Training experience a
plus. Benefits.
DFVP E.O.E M/F/D/V
904-733-1522 or fax to
305-633-3516 e-mail:
mlami.fl@searsclean.com

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sonville are aggres-
sively seeking people
with all Jevels of expe-
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TILE SETTER & HELPER
own tools reqd. Ft,
salary depends on exp.
Jax area. 904-588-5252


with exp. Must have
valid driv lIc & own
transpt, We 'offer
competitive pay &
benefits, call 63 -0 49

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FORKUFT MECH.
Areas top dealer is
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lift Tech. Tools and
clean driving record
required. Excellent pay
&benefits. Call Mike
904-693-9200
Hvy Equipment
Hvy truck shop
mechanic needed for
hwy construction co
near airport. Min 3-5
yrs exp needed. Call
-F 7-4 904-759-2835
for appt or fax resume
to 904-696-2326. EOE /
AA. drug free, women &
minorities encouraged
to apply. Great ben-
efits.

MECHANICS &
MECHANICS HELPERS
Commercial Carrier
Corporation, due to
enlarging our fleet, we
have Immediate open-
ings in the mainte-
nance department for
Diesel Mechanics and
Trailer Mechanics. Full
benefits and competi-
tive pay. 3 shifts
available.
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32209
764-4516
888547-6649
EOE. Drug Free Work
Place
MOBILE SEMI
TRAILER MECHANIC
Exp. Mechanic needed.
Must have tools & good
DL. Exc. pay. 874- 4054

713 Legals
LAW OFFICE MANAGER
Mandarin AV-rated law
firm seeks PT office
mgr to start immed.
Comp pay, flex hrs.
Tabs Acctg software
exp prefd. fax to
(904)880-4013.

LEGAL ASSISTANT
for Riverside law office.
Commercial loan or
probate exp preferred.
Fax resume to 388-0123

LEGAL SECTY- with min
of 3-5 yrs liability Ins
defense exp for Jack-
sonville law firm. Exc
salary & benefits fax
954-967-8577 or email
lryder@conroyslmberg.com

714 Insurance
220 $800 wk to start.
Must have exp In non
standard. Call 636-5050
INSURANCE PREMIUM
AUDITOR
We are expanding into
Florida and seeking
Individuals to conduct
payroll and sales audits
for insurance purposes.
Travel is required
including overnight
travel during training
and possibly thereafter.
Employee will be
, assigned geographic
territory with an exist-
ing workload and
manage it from their
home based office.
Qualified candidates
will have an account-
ing or business degree
or business/premium
auditing experience.
Computer experience
Including internet,
spreadsheet and word
processing is manda-
tory. We will train and
provide a training sal-
ary of $550 p/wk plus
expenses with an
increase to our pro-
duction based system
within 90 days.
Full-time employee
benefits include paid
holidays, paid vacation.
employee health
insurance (BCBS) and a
retirement plan. If you
are willing to work
45-50 hours per week
with little or no super-
vision and eager to join
an aggressive, rapidly
growing company then
send or e-mail your
resume with cover let-
ter to:
Chris Wilkinson
Wilkinson Insurance
Services, Inc.
3315 S. Memorial
Parkway
Bldg. 600, Ste. B-1
Huntsville, AL. 35801
WilkinClwis-inc.com


715 Management/
71.5 Professional



PT ap rox 20 hrs week,
mus be able to work
sat. Previous leasing
exp or strong customer
service skills required.
Fax r e s u m e
904-645-9362

Gen'l Construction
Foreman
For air terminal renov.
proj. at USN Base.
GTMO, Cuba, thru 10/5.
Salary neg. EOE DFWP
Ph. 904 317-5605
Fax 904-317-2117

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421-7610

OPERATIONS MANAGER.
MUST have 5 yrs exp in
Freight Forwarding, fax
resume to 356-7011 or
email :agentshouse@
bellsouth.net

SERVICE MANAGER-
with experience needed
for growing store. GM
experience preferred.
401K, group Health
Insurance, Vacation.
Fax Resume to
(954)784-3314


720 Medical

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Exp'd F/T for family
practice. Exc bnfts.
Fax resume 6368701
hr@a. systemsco.com

CHIRO ASSISTANT
Beaches, Perm PT. Back
office and X-rays. BMO
is a plus. Call 241-7907
Fax resume to 241-1401.

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INVESTIGATOR
CYCONICS, Inc. a subsidiary of Armor Holdings is
seeking professionals who have either a law
enforcement, military investigative or intelli-
gence background to work in support of a
worldwide Department of Defense program.
This is an Independent Contractor position and
no benefits are included. Individuals interested
in participating in challenging assignments
requiring extensive overseas travel for up to
eight (8) weeks should apply. It is not neces-
sary to relocate from your current residence if
within the continental United States.

Requirements:
SUS citizenship
* Military investigative, law enforcement and
intelligence backgrounds are highly desired
* Computer literate with PowerPoint, Excel and
database experience
* Photographic skills and knowledge of photo-
graphic software
* Excellent work ethics and personal integrity
are essential
* Ability to provide clearly written documents
and reports
* Fluency in a foreign language is desired

All necessary training needed to successfully
perform job related functions will be provided.
Applicants selected will be subject to a govern-
ment security investigation and must meet eli-
gibility requirements for access to classified
information. Individuals with existing clear-
ances are highly encouraged to apply.
Selected candidates will be interviewed in
Tampa May 11 13. We offer a competitive
salary with a challenging opportunity. Send
your resume, cover letter and e-mail address to:
CYCONICS, Inc., P. 0. Box 2127, Manassas, VA
20108 or e-mail to recruiting@cyconics.com. We
are an EEO employer and proud of our ethnic,
gender and age diverse cadre.


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Skilled craft work in the installation, mainte-
nance, and repair of plumbing and heating
equipment. Qualified candidates must pos-
sess a Certificate of Competency as a Jour-
neyman or Master Plumber issued by the City
of Jacksonville and must maintain same dur-
ing employment in this class. A valid Florida
Class D Driver=s License is required prior to
appointment and must also be maintained
during employment in this class.
kir Conditioning & Heating Technician Skille(
:raft work in the installation, operation, main
tenance, overhaul and repair of air condition-
ing, refrigeration, and heating systems.
Qualified candidates must possess a current
valid certificate of competency as a Journey-
man Class "A" HAR Mechanic issued by the
,ity of Jacksonville, or Registered/Certified Ai
Conditioning Contractor (class A or B) or Reg
stered/Certified Mechanical Contractor issues
)y the State of Florida and must maintain dur
ing employment in this class. A valid Florida

driver's license is required prior to appoint-
ment and must also be maintained during
employment in this class.

Please visit our website at www.coj.net for detailed job
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can be obtained at any Jacksonville Public Library, or at
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acksonville, FL 32202. EO/EA Preference in appointment
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720 Medical

Central Scheduling
Clerk: Borland Groover
Clinic has an Immediate
opening for a Central
Sch Clerk at the Belfort
Rd Office. Previous Exp
In scheduling preferred.
Fax resumes attn HR
904-265-6461 or email to
|obsI@bgclFnic-com


Echo/Treadmill
Technician P/T
for Busy Cardiology
Practice. Hours are 25
to 28 hours a week.
Please fax resume to
Monique at
904-425-4676 or
apply online at
www.jaxheartcom

FRONT DESK/RECPT- FT,
Exc oppty for friendly
indv. Computer exp
nec. Fax res 636-9102
NURSE PRACTITIONER/
PHYSICIAN ASST
Position avail for FT
ARNP or PA for busy
medical office. Indv
must be Fl licensed
competitive salary I
benefits commensu-
rate with exp. For
immed consideration
Fax resume to:
904-296-3082
OPTOMETRIC TECH
for Private W'slde/OP
office. FT exp prefd but
not nec. Past work with
public & exc commu-
nication skills a plus.
Benefits avail 777-3937
PHARMACIST- for an
Infusion Pharmacy In
Jacksonville FT or PT
available. Must have IV
exp. Homecare exp
preferred. Bkgd check&
drug screen. EOE
Pavilion Infuson Therapy
Call Terry 202-5730


PHLEBOTOMIST
needed PRN/PT for
growing POL Labora-
tory. Must have MINI-
MUM 1 year with
phlebotomy and com-
puter data entry. Must
be willing to travel to
other loations. Fax
resume to: 722-4267
Polysomnographic
Technologist
Provides direct patient
diagnostic testing and
treatment through
assessment and secures
quality patient record-
ings. Professional work
environmental, com-
petitive salaries and
comprehensive benefits
Email a resume to:
ricky@hcmcinc.com or
fax 904-725-8848
RECENT CMA, LPN, RN,
Mali resume to
Carithers Pediatric Grp
2121 Park St., Jax 32204
RECEPTIONIST for
Psychiatrist, PT, $9/hr.
Jax. Fax 904-279-1665


Navy seeks individual
only for one contract
position at the Inten-
sive Care Unit of the
Naval Hospital, Jack-
sonvilleFL. This is not
a civil service position.
Benefits include per-
sonal leave, paid holi-
days, & malpractice
insurance. Selection
will be based on expe-
rience and references.
Application package
number GS-02-05 may
be obtained on-line at
http://www.nmlc.med.navy.
mIl/acqulsitions/isa.asp.
Paper copies of the
application are avail-
ab I e via email to
Acquisltions@nmlc.med.navy.mil
SUBJECT: Code 21S or
FAX 301-619-6793 EOE
"A TOTAL QUALITY LEADERSHIP
ORGANIZATION"'

RESEARCH RECRUITER
UF Psychiatry Depart-
ment is looking for a PT
20 hr/wk recruiter to
help with phone
screenings for clinical
trials research in
Mandarin clinic. Phone
exp a plus. Flexible
hours. $7/hr. Send
resumes to
JANELU@UFL.EDU

Sunscript Pharmacy
*Pharmacy Manager F/T
*Staff Pharmacist P/T
With .initiative to loin the
team of a solid national
LTC pharmacy in Jax.
Competitive salary/
benefits and 401K. Pax
resume to 407-261-5850
DFWP EOE


723 Dental
DENTAL ASSISTANT-* Min
3 years chairside exp
req. FT fax resume to:
721-6151 / call 724-6321
DENTAL ASST- South-
side office. Esthetic
denlstry, top salary-
depending on experi-
ence & abilities. fax
resume & request for
interview 733-6909


723 Dental
DENTAL HYGIENE- FT, In
perlo office. Exp nec.
c benefits. 356-1010
DENTAL'RECEPT- unusual
oppty front desk exp
reqd. Computer, typing
& gen office skills nec.
Call Dr. Ronald Levin
636-0000 or fax
636-0710. All replies
strictly confidential'
FRONT DESK- Happy,
positive personality
Must have dental exp.
EDA preferred.
Call 350 1685

ORTHODONTIC ASST. for
Modern Baymeadows
office. Exp. pref.
448- 9669 Fax 448 9560

725 Office/
725 Clerical

4/C WEB FIRST PRESS-
MAN- 4/C Web second
Pressman, Folder
Operator, Stitcher
Operator, Perfect
Binding Operator. Night
Shift Production Mgr
Over press & bindery.
Call Call Jim Seation
@ Rose Printing
850-325-6846
ADMIN ASST/RECEPT-
Great oppty with a
great co. Phone skills
Word & Excel. $9/hr Hrs
M-F lpm-9pm Call
Jerry 904-296-6016 ext
32952 fax 904-296-2909
ADMIN CLERK- PT flex
hrs knowledge of RE
guidelines a plus,
computer skills must
Fax resume to 721-9511
CLERK EARN $17-$28/hr.
Filing Mortgage Ins.
Refunds. 904- 346-1147




Immediately available
position for an indi-
vidual with a minimum
of 5 years' experience
who is proficient in the
use of microsoft Word,
Excell and lotus. Con-
struction experience a
plus. To apply, email
your resume including
salary history to
Harry Pepper &
Associates, Inc. at
hr@hpepper.com
EOE M/F/V Drug Free
EXECUTIVE ASST.
Mandarin, light
accounting in Peacht-
ree. proficient in Word
& Excel & general
admin. duties for small
office. Ins & contract
exp. helpful. Non
smoker. Fax resume
w/salary req 262-8608
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T O Professional/

730 Personal
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BOOTH RENTAL AVAIL
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735 Restaurants/
735 Hotels

S"ASST. BANQUET
MANAGER
S& SERVERS
Maint/Security
The Ramada Con-
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seeking an individual
I with management
experience in food
4and beverage.
401k, Medical &
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1-295 and San Jose
Blvd.Email;
jobs@ramada-inn.com
Fax (904) 262-8718
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AMERICAN CAFE
Jax Landing
Positive, hardworking
servers that can smile
in a busy restaurant.
Apply Mon- Fri 2pm-4pm

CASHIER- PT 10 am-2pm.
M-F, $6-$8/hr
Lees Sandwich Shop
7933 Baymeadows Way
Call 739-2131


CLARION HOTEL
Sales Manager
Hotel Sales Exp Req
fax resumes
904-741-8039

Counter Clerks &
Waitress
Call Malabar
64155033

DANCERS DANCERS
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6455500
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CALL 757-7370
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Wackos 399-1110

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JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar in Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 645-5500


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737 Real Estate
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ESTATE APPRAISER.
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Experienced and lic'd.
Call I904-737-5251 or Fax
resume 904-737-8609

BoEST PEOPLE, BEST PAY
No partti mers or dab-
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serious about a
long-term career in real
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best management, the
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right person. For a con-
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(904) 279-9104
The Real Estate Resource


740 Retail
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Resp. F/T P/T Amelia
Ph/Fax 912-786-6328

GENERAL MANAGER
TRAINEE/SHIFT MGRS
Call 904-730-3887


The City of Jacksonville
One Organization...So Many
Opportunities
www.coj.net

Administrative Intern
Students currently enrolled and pursuing a Masters
degree in Public Administration (MPA) or a Masters
degree in Business Administration (MBA) with a strong
interest in a career working for local government
should apply.


Air Conditioning & Heating Technician
Skilled craft work in the installation, operation,
maintenance, overhaul, and repair of air conditioning,
refrigeration, and heating systems.


Plumber
Skilled-craft work in the installation, maintenance, and
repair of plumbing and heating equipment.


Public Works Worker
Perform semi-skilled manual labor tasks and minor
equipment operation in the construction, maintenance,
and repair of streets and drainage projects.


Recreation Services Supervisor
Technical work in supervising the activities of the recre-
Ition centers and playgrounds in a region or of a citywide
athletic program for youth or adults.

Library Materials Clerk
A combination of service maintenance and clerical
work sorting and distributing library materials,
operating the Bookmobile, and performing
related library support functions.


Equal Business Opportunity
Specialist Senior
Professional work in investigating certification
applications, conducting workshops, and related
work in facilitating the administration of the provisions
of the City's Equal Business Opportunity Program.

Please visit our website at www.coj.net for detailed job information and
application instructions. NOTE: Most jobs close within one week of adver-
tisement. Internet access can be obtained at any Jacksonville Public
Library, or at City Hall/Human Resources, 117 W. Duval St., Suite 100,
Jacksonville, FL 32202.

EO/EA Preference in appointment will be given to
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