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Fleet Week
CNRSE Helps With Security
Page 6

A Look AtVP-30
Serving the Fleet, Nation
Pages 8-9

USO Zoo Night
Military Families Enjoy Night Out
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THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2005


VOL.3 NOi13 '9 'S C



. Asian Pacific
American Heritage
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 ori the menu will
include pepper steak, egg
rolls, pancit, sweet and
sour chicken, oriental veg-
gie mix, coconut sheet
cake, ambrosia salad,
fried rice, iced tea and cof-
fee. To purchase tickets,
contact JO1 Mike England
at 542-4877.

Support NMCRS
and you could win
a new car
A special raffle is cur-
rently underway in support
of the annual Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Fund Drive. One
lucky ticket holder will win
a 2005 Honda Civic donat-
ed by the Coggin
Automotive Group. Tickets
are now on sale Monday
through Saturday at the
Navy Exchange Food
Court from 9 a.m:to 5
p.m. Tickets are also avail-,
able through your com-
mand NMCRS representa-
tive. Tickets will be sold
until May 27.
Your donation of $3 will
get you one ticket or $20
for 10 tickets for El to E3;
$4 for one ticketor $20 for
twen for E4 to E6 and $5
for one or $25 for10 for E7
and up and civilians, could
win you a new car.
Complete contest rules
are on the back of the tick-

Tax break for
Florida residents
From June 1-12, Florida
residents can buy hurri-
cane provisions such as
batteries, two-way radios,
coolers and generators up
to $750 tax-free.

Wellness Center to
offer training
The Wellness Center is
offering a training session
for all command fitness
leaders and physical read-
iness coordinators May 19
from 1-3 p.m. at the Well-
ness Center.
This training will review
the Fitness Enhancement
Program (FEB) guidelines
and procedures. Qualified
staff members will be
there to answer any ques-
tions pertaining to con-
ducting and monitoring
your program. Call 542-
5292 to register. Seats are
limited to 50.

Weapons school holds

change of command

Cmdr. Kenneth McKown
relieved Cmdr. Mark
Sturges as Sea Control
Weapons School's command-
ing officer at a change of com-
mand ceremony May 3.
Commander, Sea Control
Wing, U. S. Atlantic Fleet
Capt. Theodore Algire was in
attendance to transfer com-
McKown is a native of
Pittsburgh, Pa. He graduat-
ed from California State
University, Fresno, Calif. in
1985 with a Bachelor of
Science degree in applied
mathematics, chemistry and
a minor in physics. McKown
was commissioned through
the Aviation Officer Candi-
date Program in 1986 and
completed flight training in
.Pensacola, and was designat-
ed a naval flight officer in
December 1987.
After completing S-3A
replacement training at VS-
41, he reported to VS-21 in
San Diego. While assigned
to the "Fighting Redtails" of
VS-21, he deployed on board
USS Enterprise (CVN-65)
where he completed a round-
the-world, cruise. The squad-
ron was relocated to Atsugi,
Japan,.to be the first S-3B

Cmdr. Kenneth McKown
squadron forward deployed.
In January 1992, McKown
was assigned to the Naval
Post Graduate School in
Monterey, Calif., earning a
Master of Science degree in'
electrical engineering.
In December 1995,
McKown reported to VS-38
in San Diego. While assigned
to the "Red Griffins" of VS-
38, he deployed on board
USS Constellation (CV-64)
where he completed an
Arabian Gulf deployment in
support of Operation South-
ern Watch. In December
1997, McKown reported to
Commander, Sea Control
Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet, San
Diego, as the operations offi-
cer. In December 1998, he

Cmdr. Mark Sturges
joined the VS-29'"Dragon-
fires" and served as safety
officer and operations officer
while deploying to the
Arabian Gulf aboard USS
Carl Vinson (CVN-70).
Three years later, McKown
transferred to the Naval War
College in Newport, R.I.,
earning a master of arts in
national security and strate-
gic studies.
In December 2001,
McKown reported to the
Joint Staff Operations Direc-
torate, Washington, D.C., as
operations officer, Southern
and European Command
Divisions. Duties included
planning Command and
See SCWS, Page 13

Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
(From left) TM3 Teadra Devillais, TM3 Sherelle Chapman and Eilleen Rodriquez of the NAS jax
Weapons Department collect trash around Patriot's Grove May 5.

NAS Jax personnel help

with spring cleanup

By ET2(SW) Bill Larned
Special Contributor
service members and Department of .'.
Defense civilians combined forces at ...
NAS Jacksonville Thursday during the
annual base-wide Spring Cleanup. The partic-
ipants, refusing to allow the foul weather to
affect their efforts in removing cigarette
butts, paper, cans and other trash, collected
approximately 300 pounds of trash.
"As I drive around the base, I notice a high
level of cleanliness, but there are always ways
to improve," NAS Jax Executive Officer Capt.
Chuck Tamblyn said before the event.
"Keeping our base clean is everyone's respon-
sibility. No one is too senior or too junior to
bend down and pick up unsightly debris."
The enthusiastic participants in this year's ,
clean up met at three starting points,
Patriot's' Grove, the base car wash and
Manatee Point. Sailors and civilians spent
more than an hour cleaning up the base envi-
ronment, working well beyond the starting '
"To make our base look clean and improve Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Larned
morale is a team effort," said CS2 Steven VS-32 Executive Officer Cmdr. John Briste
Williams of VP-16, as he bagged litter picks up cigarette butts near Building 960 dur-
behind the base ing the base clean up last Thursday. "It's impor-


tant to keep the base environment clean," he

Photo by HM2 Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. John Sentell presents HMC(SS) Byron Rowe a
citation that accompanied his Bronze Star Medal.
Rowe also received the Joint Service Commendation
Medal (With "Valor" Device).

NavHosp Jax

corpsman earns

Bronze Star

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
H MC(SS) Byron Rowe, a native of La
Grange, N.C, was awarded the Bronze
Star Medal on behalf of the President of
the United States and the Joint Service
Commendation Medal (With "Valor" Device) from
the Secretary of Defense in a ceremony aboard
Naval Hospital Jackson-ville May 6.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. John Sentell presented the medals
and Rowe's department head, Lt. Cmdr. Ethan
Josiah read the citations accompanying the
Rowe was lauded in the citations for exception-
al meritorious service in connection with combat
operations as Senior Medical Advisor for the Iraqi
Military Academy Al-Rustamiyah and the 1st
Brigade, Iraqi Intervention Force while deployed
with the U.S. Army's Multi-National Security
Transition Command -Iraq (MNSTC-Iraq), in
support of operations Iraqi Freedom II from Sept.
29, 2004 to March 27, 2005.
Rowe was one of four Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville hospital corpsmen deployed at the time to
provide medical support at various locations in
Iraq. Rowe was initially assigned to train Iraqi
officer cadets at the Military Academy but
between Nov. 2 and Dec. 21, 2004 he was reas-
signed to MNSTC-Iraq to work with the Iraqi
Intervention Force involved in the Battle for
Rowe was cited for delivering first class medical
care to the officers and soldiers of the 1st Brigade
during the Fallujah combat operations. This
involved procuring supplies to outfit aid stations
and training Iraqi medics on how to properly
triage, treat and stabilize wounded. He provided
first-line care for more than 3,000 Iraqi soldiers
and police units during the battle. Rowe's care for
the Iraqi casualties and his adherence to Muslim
customs earned him the greatest respect from all
the parties involved and maintained the morale
of the Iraqi troops.
Rowe said in order to train Iraqi combat medics
he had to establish and maintain a high level of
trust between himself, the Iraqi interpreters and
the troops he was training. This rapport was to
prove invaluable when the Iraqi troops were test-
ed in combat.
The citations focused on Rowe's actions during
a period between Nov. 8 and 10, 2004. The Iraqi
1st Brigade troops came under fire from terrorists
trying to drive them from their positions and de-
syncronize Coalition Force operations. Braving
incoming small arms fire, rockets and mortars,
Rowe exposed himself to enemy fire, going man to
man encouraging the Iraqi troops to hold their
His encouragement to the troops and their lead-
ership ensured that they did not withdraw and
that vital staff and logistics resources remained
easily accessible to the 1st Brigade throughout
the battle.
Upon returning to the Iraqi Military Academy,
Rowe worked tirelessly to improve the level of
care provided to the officer cadets.
"There was great enthusiasm among the Iraqi
soldiers who we trained to be medics and the
majority of them expressed a true desire to take
over their own military operations," Rowe said.
"They showed an appreciation for our being there
to help with their efforts. I left with a good sense
See BRONZE STAR, Page 13



2 JaXAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 12, 2005


Drinking and driving will not be tolerated

Jon Thompson
Fleet Command Master Chief
I have thought about cre-
ative ways to get a mes-
sage across to you for
months. What words can I
use that will ensure you all
know that drinking and
driving will not be tolerat-
Myself, along with leaders
throughout the Navy contin-
ue to talk about all the neg-
ative things that happen
when you choose to drink
and then drive but the
message still isn't reaching
every Sailor. I still see too
many DUIs and alcohol-
related incidents. If the
message is getting to you,
and you are choosing to
ignore the warnings, you are
gambling with lives and
your career will suffer if you
drink and drive, I guarantee
So, I'll say it as clearly as
I can: stop it! That's it. It's
that simple. Just stop it!
. I cringe every time I read
about one of you who drank
then chose to drive. Oh, and
yes, I hear about every one
who gets a DUI. I'm always
left wondering, "What com-
pelled this person to drink
and drive?" Not only is it
against the law, it's com-
pletely contrary to serving
as a professional Sailor. No
good can come from drink-
ing and driving.. .none!
' So, having said that, what
makes you think you can
get away with drinking and
driving? You have to know
that the odds are' against
you and the police are more
vigilant today than ever

jon Thompson
before. What's more, almost
every driver on the road
today has a cell phone.
Most of us are only too
eager to call 911 if we see a
driver that appears to be
drunk or driving erratically.
Gone are the days that you
just have to sneak past the
police. Today, everyone is on
patrol and the sober people
always have the upper
Shipmates, I want you to
understand that the Navy
truly desires to treat you all
as adults. Now, keep in
mind what that means. We
expect you to act as respon-
sible adults and obey the
laws. For those of you who
choose to ignore the laws, it
is our goal to continue to
treat you like an adult and
hold you 100 percent
accountable for your
actions. If you get a DUI,
here is what you should
You should be prepared
to go to jail. Civilian laws
are getting stiffer and peo-
ple who drink and drive can
be locked up. If you go to

jail and are unable to return
to your command for work
the next day, you can expect
to be listed in an unautho-
rized absence (U/A) status.
I see no reason why a com-
mand would place you on
You can expect to go to
court and receive a stiff fine
and maybe even lose your
license. Punishment for
first-time DUI offenders is
anything but a slap on the
wrist. You pay with your
time, your money and possi-
bly your freedom.
You can expect for your
car insurance to increase
You can expect embar-
rassment at your command.
When you get a DUI, the
news spreads quickly. Your
credibility will suffer. If the
command so chooses, you
can possibly expect to
receive punishment under
the UMCJ and your mili-
tary bearing marks on your
evaluations and fitness
reports will reflect your fail-
ure to conform to the law
and the Navy's core values.
With the competition to stay
Navy increasing, you could
very well be told that your
request to reenlist is denied.
The punishment I have
outlined is the least amount
of trouble you will have if
caught drinking and driv-
ing. Understand this if
you happen to hurt or kill
someone while drinking and
driving the punishment is
even more serious.
Not only do you have to
live with the fact you hurt
or killed some one, you will
be convicted of a felony, will
most likely be sent to prison

and probably face a myriad
of other lawsuits. Still
think it's OK to drink and
drive? Still think you can
beat the odds? If you even
hesitate with your answer I
don't think you should be,
wearing a Navy uniform.
Given what I've shared
with you about all the nega-
tive things that can happen
if you choose to drink and
drive, do you still think it's
okay to gamble and drink
and drive? Does all this sit
well with you given your
desire be treated as an
Honestly, I hope all of this
scares you out of drinking
and driving. The sad thing
is that I'm guessing some of
you just can't seem to grasp
the larger need to keep our
roads safe for others. You
think the choices you make
are your choices and can't
possibly hurt anyone else.
The truth is, you're dead
I'm not convinced provid-
ing you a bunch of statistics
that show how many of our
Sailors die on the highways
each year or how many are
arrested for DUI will ulti-
mately change your views
on drinking and driving.
The statistics are on the
Navy Safety Center's web-
site if you so choose to look
them up.
My point has nothing to
do with statistics. My point
is for you, and you alone.
I'm talking to you and you
are the only person that can
prevent yourself from end-
ing up on the statistics

See DRIVING, Page 12


Military spouses deserve appreciation every day

By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
MH ay is National Mili-
1 /|I tary Appreciation
Month, which en-
'ompasses several well-
0nown holidays such as
Armed Forces Day (May 14)
and Memorial Day (May
0), but also the lesser-
known "Military Spouse
Appreciation Day," which
vas May 6th, and, well, I
missed it. Maybe you did,
Military 'Spouse Apprec-
iation Day isn't quite up to
the exposure of Mother's
-Day, or even Secretaries
pay, but it should be. Why
are there no Military
,Spouse Appreciation cards
:at Hallmark, I wonder, or
why aren't there special
*"M'ilitary Spouse" discounts
:r Military Spouse Apprec-
'idtion Day tt the depart-
ment stores?
- The answer may be that
Military Spouse Day is easy
to overlook, and a great
'majority of people (like me)
totally missed it on May
6th. (Frankly, as a military
columnist I really should
kilow about these things!)
- Is it that military spouses
don't demand much atten-
tion or praise that this day
of honor has slipped under
the national radar? Or is
that, in the absence of

Hallmark cards and flower
arrangements designed
especially for the occasion,
we simply don't know how
to commend military spous-
I think it's probably a
mixture of both. So on
behalf of military spouses
everywhere, here is a
short-and incomplete-list
of ways Americans can show
their appreciation for mili-
tary spouses, not just on
May 6th, but all the year
Lend a Hand: Military
.spouses spend alot of time
separated from their service
member loved one and tak-
ing care of a house and fam-
ily. The home repairs alone
can feel overwhelming, but
add to that the constant
shadow of fear and, loneli-
ness, and often just getting
macaroni-and-cheese on the
table is a wearisome task.
If you know a military
spouse living alone, offer
your help occasionally by
mowing the grass, taking
their car to have its oil
changed, or making dinner.
After all, any service mem-
ber will tell you, just know-
ing their family back home
is being "taken care of" is
the greatest support you can
*give them as well.
Support the Troops: No
matter your political per-
suasion, use discretion when

talking to a military
spouse-especially one
who's spouse is deployed.
There's nothing worse than
hearing about "this useless
war" when your spouse has
no choice in the matter (and
neither do you) yet still you
are separated for months
and months for a' cause
some people don't believe in.
Remember that a military
spouse wants to know that
his/her spouse's service is
not in vain.
One great way to show
that you are rallying for the
spouse and the service
member is to fly a flag--on
your car, in your yard, from
the garage, or even on a
sticker or lapel. Outward
symbols such as these
remind military spouses
that although everyone
else's life is seemingly "mov-
ing on," their loved one's
daily sacrifices are not for-
Don't Go MIA: It's a com-
mon phenomenon that mili-
tary spouses come to expect:
Once we tell someone, "My
husband/wife is in the mili-
tary," we might as well don
a black sheep suit because
some will never look at us
the same again. As if being
a military spouse is taboo!
There's something about our
situation that makes people
uncomfortable-the same
awkwardness that afflicts

people seeing a widow for
the first time, I suppose. It's
common to'hear people say,
"Oh, I didn't invite you
because I didn't want you to
feel like a fifth wheel...with
your husband gone and all,"
or, "We didn't think you'd
want to join our supper club
because you'll be moving in,
a few years, won't you?"
Military spouses-especial-
ly military spouses!-need
connections and friendships
just like anyone else. Don't
abandon your military-
spouse friend because you
don't know what to say or
you're afraid she'll move
eventually. Take time to get
to know military spouses-
they are some of the most
fascinating people in the
Last, each and every day
remember that there are
thousands of men and
women who sacrifice for our
country without even leav-
ing the house. They are
watching children, main-
taining a home, and sup-
porting a service member-
all without asking for much
in return, and that deserves
our greatest admiration.
Hallmark card, or no
Hallmark card.

Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarah

Hey, Moneyman:
My wife and I are going
to have our first baby next
money and I heard that
there is a program on base
where you can get free
nurse services. Do you
know anything about this?
MoneyMan Sez:
Congratulations on your
new addition. I hope you
are ready for all the excite-
ment and changes in your
life. I am not aware of any
long-term "free nurse serv-
ices" but the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society offers a
Visiting Nurse Program
that you should check out.
Jacksonville has two
Registered Nurses who will
visit you at home if you
invite them. They provide

postpartum care, post-sur-
gical follow-up care, health
education, and a variety of
other services.
These services are free
and you can contact Sandra
or Ramonia at 542-3515 or
3191. By the way, when
you call, please be sure to
wish them a Happy Nurses'
Week. This recognition of
our nation's nurses started
May 6 and will end May 12,
Florence Nightingale's
birthday. Who is Florence
Nightingale? Ask one of
the nurses. They will know.

More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.

You are invited to the following Base Chapel Worship
Services this Saturday and Sunday:

Saturday -
Sunday -

5 pam. Catholic Mass
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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Job title/command:
Air Operations

Hometown: Belleville, Mich.

Family Life: I'm married and we have an
18-month-old son.

Past Duty Stations: USS Boxer (LHD 4)

Career Plans: To become a limited-duty
officer and stay in the Navy until I can retire.

Most Interesting Experience: Watching
an AV8B do a vertical takeoff from my ship.

Words of Wisdom: Take everything with a
grain of salt.


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Job title/command:
FISC Jacksonville

Hometown Jacksonville

y Life: Single with two daughters.

)uty Stations: Naval Aviation Dep

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Interesting Experience: Riding

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Applicants needed for Junior

Volunteer Summer Program
From Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
T he Red Cross Junior Summer Volunteer Program at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville is accepting applica-
tions for the summer session (June-August).
If your teenager is dependable, willing to accept respon-
sibility 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 tomorrow.
Enrollment is limited, so the applicants are encouraged
to apply early. The Red Cross Volunteer Chairman and
Junior Volunteer Chairman will interview all junior appli-
The Junior Volunteers will be assigned to work in desig-
nated areas of the hospital under supervision of the staff
members. The Junior Volunteer Program requires a mini-
mum of four hours per week (maximum 20 hours a week).
Applications must be returned to the Red Cross Office
by tomorrow with a copy of the immunization record and
current PPD. Mandatory Orientation is June 6-7. Call
Mrs. Lammert at 542-7525 for more information.

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 J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
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ax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 12, 2005 3

Wing Eleven conducts training

seminars, hosts special guests

By Lt. Tony Walters
Commander, Patrol
and Reconnaissance
Wing Eleven recently
hosted the first in a series
of leadership seminars for
the officers of CPRW-11,
VP-5, VP-16, VP-45 and VP-
62 designed to further their
preparations for deploy-
ment worldwide. Held at
the NAS Jax Officers' Club
on board NAS Jacksonville,
the event featured two dis-
tinguished speakers from
the local area.
The first speaker, Dr.
David Schwam-Baird, is a
professor of Middle Eastern
Relations at the University
of North Florida. The sec-
ond, retired Capt. Richard
Stratton, is a longtime resi-
dent of Jacksonville who
spent six years as a prison-
er of war (POW) during the
Vietnam Conflict. Speaking
on distinctly different top-
ics, one a historical
overview and the other a
story of moral courage,
these two men gave the
attendees a great deal to
think about as they prepare
for operations in combat
zones around the world.
In his opening remarks,
Wing Eleven Commodore
Capt. Dennis Sinnett,
brought into focus the
impetus behind the semi-
nar: "It's all about opera-
tional primacy. I'm char-
tered to man, train, and
equip you to fly, fight, and
lead wherever the combat-

ant commanders need you."
Attended by over 100 offi-
cers, the event was
designed to bring into focus
the topics on real-world for-
eign policy, the United
States role in Middle
Eastern politics as well as
military leadership in times.
of extreme crisis.
Schwam-Baird's back-
ground as an educator and
expert in Middle Eastern
affairs is one borne of both
classroom study as well as
real-life experience.
Educated in the United
States, the professor also
studied overseas during col-
lege and served for 18
months in the Israeli army.
His teaching experience
includes courses taught to
U.S. military personnel in
Germany as well as a vari-
ety of courses for
University of North Florida
students here in
Schwam-Baird's presen-
tation to the gathered offi-
cers covered a history of the
people, religions, regions,
and conflicts that have
shaped the Middle East
over the last two thousand
years. For young military
officers, operating on the
forward edge of the battle-
field, this understanding is
critical for knowledgeable
engagement. The historical
perspective answered many
of the questions raised
about the genesis of the ter-
rorism that is today aimed
at Western societies such as

As VP-45 begins its final
preparations for deploy-
ment to the Central
Command's Area of
Responsibility (AOR) in sup-
port of Operations Iraqi
Freedom and Enduring
Freedom, Schwam-Baird's
lessons on the complex poli-
tics of the Middle East and
Central Asia greatly
advanced the squadron avi-
ators' understanding of the
battle space they would
soon be operating. During
the question and answer
session he provided
detailed answers regarding
the origins of the Israeli-
Palestinian conflict, the
ongoing conflict between
the Sunni and Shi'ite
Muslim sects, and an expla-
nation of the Kurdish peo-
ple's role in shaping a new
Iraqi government.
Following this outstand-
ing brief, Sinnett intro-
duced one of the US Navy's
modern heroes: Capt.
Richard Stratton. A naval
aviator flying the A-4E
"Skyhawk" Stratton was
operating from USS
Ticonderoga on Jan.4, 1967
when he was forced to eject
over North Vietnam.
Captured immediately after
landing, he spent 2,251
days as a POW in the infa-
mous "Hanoi Hilton". In
the company of men like
Jim Stockdale, Stratton
shared with the audience
stories from his ordeal that
gave every officer present

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Wing Eleven Commodore Capt. Dennis Sinnett presents retired Navy Capt. Richard Stratton a
gift for attending the leadership seminar.

examples of leadership and
courage under the harshest
Relating examples of his
resistance to interrogation
and his abuse as a propa-
ganda tool by the
Vietnamese, Stratton
stressed the necessity of
communication, the impor-
tance of following a chain-
of-command, and the broth-
erhood found during peri-
ods of intense hardship.
Stories of resistance in
captivity ranged from the
material destruction of
motor vehicles to the
extremes of self-inflicted
injury in preventing per-
sonal propaganda exploita-
tion. The lessons of moral
and physical courage were
many and applicable in
today's conflicts where cap-
ture and exploitation

remain a very real possibili-
Stratton related a person-
al example of resistance
during a televised interview
held on March 4, 1967. By
making a mockery of the
custom of bowing to his
captors prior to his "confes-
sion" he helped inform the
world that American POWs
in Vietnam were being sys-
tematically tortured and
For his defiance that day
and his leadership through-
out captivity, Stratton was
awarded the Silver Star.
Truly an American hero,
Stratton is the focus of
Scott Blakey's book,
"Prisoner at War: The
Survival of Commander
Richard A. Stratton."
For the men and women
of CPRW-11 these two

speakers provided a great
deal of information for con-
templation and discussion.
The professor's lecture on
the ongoing conflict in the
Middle East greatly
expanded the historical
context and general under-
standing of all those pres-
ent. Stratton's talk about
the moral courage and
heroism found in captivity
was both inspiring and
motivational for those
about to enter a combat
In today's global war on
terrorism the seminar pro-
vided valuable historical
and personal training. The
wardrooms of CPRW-11
look forward to the next
seminar with which to con-
tinue growing their profes-
sional development and
leadership knowledge.

Battle of Midway dinner planned for June 4

The 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 Southbank.
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 enter-
tainment, camaraderie and reserved
seating. 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 locations: 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.

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attends Scout ,Blast

By Lt. j.g. Benjamin Delacruz
Pilots and aircrew from HS-
llparticipated in the 25th
annual Scout Blast April 23
at the Cecil Field Equestrian
Center. The "Dragonslayers" flew
a HH-60H helicopter and provid-
ed a static display for two hours.
Once on deck, the helicopter
was shut down and the campers
were invited to give the aircraft a
closer inspection and climb into
the cabin and pilot's seat.
Nearly 3,000 Boy Scouts partic-
ipated in the weekend events
including arts and crafts, skate-
board exhibitions and a maze
navigation contest. Local authori-
ties also provided a Jacksonville
Sheriff's K-9 unit and a SWAT
team to provide information to
the scouts. HS-11 Pilots Lt.
Justin McCaffree and Lt. j.g.
Charles Chmielak, along with air-
crewmen AWC Daniel Wilson,

AW2 Darrin Durr, and AW2
Christopher Dondelinger repre-
sented the squadron. The pilots
and aircrewmen gave guided
tours of the helicopter to expose
the young scouts to naval avia-
tion. The pack members were
excited to interact with active
members of the military and see
firsthand the equipment used in
the performance of their duties.
Several young campers
expressed an interest in a mili-
tary career in the future. "The
crew didn't stop talking for two
straight hours. It was a lot of
fun," remarked McCaffree as he
prepared to depart. Most of the
discussion centered on the for-
ward-looking infrared (FLIR) tur-
ret mounted on the nose of the
Seahawk. The FLIR allows the
pilots to see and track infrared
energy, creating enhanced images
of specific targets. Scouts were
also interested in the weapon sys-
tems and military life in general.

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Photo courtesy of HS-11
Hundreds of Boy Scouts and their families check out a Seahawk helicopter from HS-11 during the annual Scout
Blast at the Cecil Field Equestrian Center April 23.

Lee named NAS Jax employee of quarter

By Miriam S. Gallet

Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson presents
Michael Lee of NAS Jax Air Operations Ground Electronics
Division with the Civilian of the Quarter Award during a cer-
emony held at the NAS Jax Officers' Club May 4.

N AS Jacksonville
Commanding Offi-
cer Capt. Chip Dob-
son congratulated Michael
Lee of the Air Operations
Ground Electronics Divi-
sion on his selection as the
NAS Jax Employee of the
Quarter during a ceremony
held last week at the NAS
Jax Officers' Club.
Lee, an electronics sys-
tems technician, was select-
ed for the award because of
his ingenuity and initia-
"He is personally respon-
sible for designing, develop-
ing and installing the pri-
mary electrical wiring sys-
tem that supports communi-
cations and power backup,"
said Skip Warren, Lee's

supervisor. "Since Lee
installed the system, the
base has experienced no
service interruptions in
spite of power outages, gen-
erator failures and lighting
Lee, who has been at NAS
Jax for nearly 25 years, is
noted for his untiring dedi-
cation to the Navy. He first
arrived at Naval Air Depot
Jacksonville in the early
1980's and moved to Air
Operations in 1988.
However, his affiliation with
the Navy began one spring
morning in 1961 in
Montgomery, Ala., when as
young high school graduate,
he joined the Navy on June
"I served four years back
then. After my enlistment
was over, I returned to the

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and the Diabetic Clinic will
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living with diabetes.
Wellness Center personnel
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fitness, nutrition and tobac-
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pressure screenings.
The Veterans Administra-
tion and TRICARE will
have representatives avail-
able to discuss benefits. The

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the Branch Medical and
Dental Clinics will also be
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Information will also be
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Family Member Program.
The hospital nutritionist
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For more information.
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private sector and began
working in the broadcast
electronics and land-mobile
communications field," said
Lee. "I returned to the Navy
as a weekend warrior in
1982. I was assigned to VA-
203 as an aviation's techni-
cian. However, I changed by
rate to boat-swain's mate
and retired from the Naval
Reserve as a senior chief in
According to Lee, air traf-
fic control and air safety is
important to us and to the
entire Jacksonville commu-
nity. And communications is

the key ingredient to being
"Communications is of
paramount importance to
air traffic control," Lee
remarked. "If there is no
communication, the rest
doesn't matter. I don't want
ever to have this problem at
NAS Jax. This is why, day in
and day out, I stay on top of
our systems, and always
look for ways to improve
As part of the award, Lee
received a certificate and a
cash incentive.


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Fleet Week gives Sailors a look at South Florida

CNRSE Regional Operations Center

Imagine that you are in
charge of security for
over 3,000 Sailors and 8
sea-going vessels within an
area of nearly two square
miles. That your duty lasts
for more than five days, 24
hours a day and that the
eyes of two governments
and their respective navies
are focused on your per-
Now add more than 1,000
civilians, passenger cruise
ships under foreign flags
and a host of cargo ships
and their crews from around
the world within walking
distance. During Fleet
Week, this responsibility
was given to and readily
accepted by, Commander
Navy Region Southeast
(CNRSE) Regional Oper-
ations Center (ROC)
"2005 Fleet Week USA"
kicks off USO's National
Military Appreciation
Month held every May. Fleet
Week events allow crews of
six U.S. Navy ships, one U.S.
Coast Guard ship and one
United Kingdom Royal
Navy ship to enjoy the hos-
pitality of South Florida
businesses and citizens. In
return, the 3,000 plus
sailors enhance relation-
ships with area residents
through military demon-
strations, community aid
projects, and one-to-one
CNRSE ROC is a relative-
ly new Navy Reserve unit
(established in October
2003) based out of NAS
Jacksonville with duties
including 24/7 communica-
tions monitoring responsi-
bilities for civilian and mili-
tary emergencies and disas-
In addition to the unit's
Fleet Week duty, this
Response Task Force (RTF)
broad scope of mission
includes working with the
Federal Emergency Man-
agement Agency (FEMA)
during pre-Ivan prepara-
tions and post-hurricane
damage control and repair
in Florida.
Proposed future activities
include supporting "Dingo
King," a nuclear weapons
exercise that will involve
participants from various
Department of Defense com-
While at Fleet Week,
CNRSE ROC was tasked
with providing organization-
al management and coordi-
nating security for Sailors,
civilians and government
assets. The current primary
duty of the unit is anti-ter-

Photos by PHI F. Julian Carroll
Ensign Ed Mananquil, left, and Cmdr. Randy Stroud, both
assigned to the Commander Navy Region Southeast Regional
Operations Center, watch as USS Bataan (LHD 5) departs at
the close of 2005 Fleet Week USA. Manaquil and Stroud
formed part of the leadership team responsible for providing
security and anti-terrorism/force protection during 2005
Fleet Week USA.

I -

Capt. Sam Pratton, left, commanding officer of the
Commander Navy Region Southeast Regional Operations
Center, Cmdr. Randy Stroud and Ensign Ed Mananquil discuss
some security measures during 2005 Fleet Week USA.

rorism/force protection
(AT/FP). Capt. Sam Pratton,
commanding officer of
CNRSE ROC said, "We have
to ensure Navy security
policies are adhered to and
performed as they should
be, particularly during these
times of elevated security
Passing through four
security checkpoints, an
authorized individual with
approved credentials enters
the command center helmed
by CNRSE ROC. The room
is awash with waves of voic-
es on landlines and two-way
radios and is splashed with
keyboard clicks and periodic
televised news updates.
The room is peopled with-
representatives from the
U.S. Navy, U.S. Naval
Reserve, and U.S. Coast
Guard security forces,
Broward County Sheriff's
Department, Ft. Lauderdale
Police, Hollywood Police,
NCIS, FBI, and Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
All parties present are in
the security complement
and attend briefings

throughout the day in order
to continually update plans
and maintain a cohesive
vigilant posture. Pratton
noted that to accomplish the
organizational and security
mission, "Good coordination
and communications is key."
This blend of various
security agencies is essen-
tial to maintaining a secure
event environment. Each
group is assigned tasks
based on their area of juris-
diction and expertise.
However, diverse skill set
integration goes a step
beyond the obvious.
CNRSE ROC uses its con-
trasting member back-
ground (Reserve officers
ranging from chaplain to
JAG duties) as a template
for a holistic approach to its
security mission.
Cmdr. Randy Stroud, a
retired civilian law enforce-
ment officer, noted that
'many USNR security forces
bring a unique background
to this military/civilian
event. Stroud explained,
"Our chief weapon against
terrorism is our attitude
and mindset. Fortunately, a

A security team patrols the waters of Port Everglades, providing anti-terrorism/force protec-
tion as the sun rises during 2005 Fleet Week USA. Fleet Week kicks off USO's National
Military Appreciation Month in May. Fleet Week events allow crews of six U.S. Navy ships,
one U.S. Coast Guard ship and one United Kingdom Royal Navy ship to enjoy the hospitality
of South Florida businesses and citizens. In return, the 3,000-plus Sailors enhance relation-
ships with area residents through military demonstrations, community aid projects, and one-
to-one interaction.

great deal of the Reserve
security forces have back-
grounds in civilian law
enforcement- as law
enforcement officers they
deal with civilians on a
The knowledge these
Reservists bring to their
duties, as well as the mili-
tary backgrounds many of
the civilian law enforcement
officers have given 2005
Fleet Week USA an experi-
enced and diligent security
Despite the logistical hur-
dles, inherent opportunities
for miscommunication and

the difficulties involved in
aligning diverse civilian and
military groups, CNRSE
ROC orchestrated a secure
event in South Florida.

Seemingly, extraordinary
events such as this are busi-
ness as usual for CNRSE
ROC and thus far, their suc-
cess has exceeded measure.

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By Stacy Umstead
DDC Command Affairs Office
On March 30, the De-
fense Distribution
Center (DDC) aw-
arded a contract for distri-
bution operations at the
Defense Distribution De-
pot Jacksonville (DDJF) to
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distribution functions
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able items used by our
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They said it could not be done

By Chaplain
(Lt.) Troy Todd
NAS Jax Chapel
A child was born to
middle class parents
1-nd was not able to
speak until he was four
years old. Once the boy
was able to speak he spent
a lot of time asking people
questions because he was
always curious about how
things operated.
Although the young boy
appeared to have a defi-
cient start, once he began
to talk he also become
hungry for knowledge. It
ap-peared that this young
boy would grow into a
bright prosperous man but
then something happened
that changed his life.
He lost all hearing in one
ear and most of his hear-
ing in another ear before
the age of 17. No longer
could he easily ask ques-
tions and get answers for
his ability to listen was
greatly diminished.
Most people would be
down and out, frustrated
at the world for once hav-
ing the ability to hear and
then losing that same abil-
ity. Without any noise and
sound the world is star-
tlingly different.
The young man did not
settle for anything less
than learning to function
with diminished hearing.
His home life was less
than desirable, his mother
was on the verge of insani-
ty, and his father had quit
his job and the bank was
about to foreclose on the
mortgage of their house.
The young man was now
thrust into a pursuit of
finding a way to make a
good living. He tried and
failed. In those moments of
failure, he learned what it
was like to be cold and
hungry. Yet, there was
within him a drive to
aspire, to use his God
given inquisitive mind and
find solutions to problems.
While he was destitute
and nearly penniless, he
accidentally found his way
when he knew how to
repair a stock-ticker for
the manager of a broker-
age firm. Instantly he had
a nice paying job, which
gave him financial stabili-
He knew how to fix that
machine because of his
inquisitive mind at an
early age. The inquisitive
mind led him to study and
learn how machines oper-
ated. He also had spent
time in a mentoring stage
where he observed and
learned how other
machines worked.
While working after
hours on a quest to obtain
a vital invention, through
thousands of experiments
he finally invented two
things that have made a
real impact on our lives
today. He invented the
light bulb and the electri-
cal generation plant.
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A common scene: A P-3 from VP-30 flies over the Jacksonville skyline a few years ago.

'Pro's Nest' serves

the fleet, nation

By Lt. Joe Levy
VP-30 Public Affairs Officer

Rs the Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS) for mar-
itime patrol and reconnaissance (MPR) units, VP-
30 is the first assignment for all new P-3C Orion
aircrew and EP-3E Aries II aircrew, making it the largest
squadron in all of naval aviation. The "Pro's Nest" has 21
P-3C Orions and a staff of approximately 850. Foreign
military personnel from Thailand, Germany, Netherlands,
Norway, Japan, the Republic of Korea and Pakistan have
all received specific P-3C Orion aircrew and maintenance
:The squadron was established at NAS Jacksonville in
1960 to train P-5 Marlin and P-2 Neptune aircrews. In
1966, the squadron moved to NAS Patuxent River, Md., to
begin transition instruction in the P-3. The P-2s were
phased out in 1968, Orion training began in 1969 and
shortly thereafter, VP-30 started training the Sailors who
vWould be assigned to maritime patrol squadrons through
the Fleet Readiness Aviation Maintenance Program
VP-30 moved back to Jacksonville in 1975, where it has
been ever since.
'In 1993, VP-30 and VP-31, the Pacific Fleet P-3 FRS,
consolidated into a single-site FRS and the Pro's Nest
began supporting a total of 16 squadrons worldwide,
including 12 active-duty squadrons that operate around
the globe and are based in Brunswick, Maine;
Jacksonville; Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii; and Whidbey Island,
Wash. Two special project squadrons home-ported in
Brunswick, Maine and Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii and two fleet
air reconnaissance squadrons home-ported at Rota, Spain
ahd Whidbey Island. In addition to supporting the active
cdlty Sailor, VP-30 began training P-3C Reserve personnel,
keeping in-line with the MPR fleet's process of active
reserve integration.
In the fall of this year, VP-30 will assume responsibility
for all officer and enlisted training of the Reserve P-3C
force. Although Category I (first-tour training command
graduates) account for the majority of VP-30's students,
the squadron teaches a total of five category types of the
pilot and naval flight officer syllabi and currently has for-
eign military sales trainees from three countries onboard,
along with all four enlisted aircrew positional tracks.
" Every training day, the squadron has about 70 sched-
tiled events between flight, simulator and classroom train-
ing, involving nearly 500 students in various stages of
training. Much of the instruction is now conveyed through
computer based training systems enabling students to
work at their own pace. However, a significant number of
lectures are still administered by instructors because the
instructor interaction is beneficial not just to learning, but
is key to understanding material and concepts being
While the primary focus of training remains anti-sub-
marine warfare (ASW), VP-30 continues to emphasize
training in other mission areas, specifically intelligence,
surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), due to ongoing P-
3C/EP-3E operations in the global war on terrorism, par-
ticularly in Afghanistan and Iraq. "The trademark of our

AMAN Clayton Pleasant salutes pilot Lt. Gerald Smith after
directing the P-3C's taxi out for a pilot training sortie.

i r .lig.tli' J .i gy. : -Re
Lt. Mark Brzezinski, VP-30's operations officer (left), con-
ducts a briefing with his crew before a tactical training flight.
community has been the flexibility displayed by our air-
crews in utilizing the multi-mission capabilities of the P-
3C and EP-3E in ways no one would have envisioned. To
me, that is the hallmark of our military and is the reason
we have been as successful as we are," said VP-30

Morning colors is a military tradition observed throughout
the world. AM3 Joseph Elliott and AM3 Justin Strong of VP-30
proudly raise the flag during morning colors in front of
Hangar 30 last Friday.

VP-30 pilots demonstrate a three-plane formation.
Commanding Officer Capt. Richard Heimerle.
The community's success has also come from a modern-
ization program, known as the Aircraft Improvement
Program, making the Orion relevant in not only the ASW
arena but ISR mission areas as well. "Over the last sever-
al years we have developed a plan under naval aviation's
FAST Program that will bring our trainers up to this
same advanced equipment level, while utilizing other
advances in aviation technology to greatly improve their
fidelity; their ability to provide training as good as being
in the air. Both our tactical and pilot trainers will receive
- these improvements," according to Heimerle.
It will take a few years, but on the pilot side, VP-30 will
have a "Level D" equivalent trainer (the highest certifica-
tion provided by the FAA), with full motion, high defini-
tion video built on a P-3C aerodynamic model, which will
allow the movement of approximately 70 percent of the pi-

See VP-30, Page 9



A VP-30 P-3 formation shot taken from the cockpit of another P-3.

A P-3 aircraft bombays open over a submarine during a
recent training exercise.

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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 12, 2005 9

3 : w VP-30 Commanding Officer Capt. Richard
V ~ Heimerle accepts a plaque from Lockheed
replacementef forecasts Martin in August 2004 to commemorate
40 years and 400,000 flight hours of Class
for 2013 A mishap-free flying.

From Page 8

lot training requirement into the trainer. This
capability will be invaluable in the communi-
ty's search for ways to minimize the wear and
tear on its remaining aging airframes, which
must last until the P-8A MMA and aerial
common sensor (EP-3E replacement) arrive.
Initial operating capabilities of these replace-
ment aircraft are forecasted for 2013.
The Pro's Nest has assumed duties as the
EP-3E Sensor System Improvement Program
(SSIP) model manager, and recently added a
Mission Aircraft System Trainer (MAST),
which is a reproduction of an EP-3E mission
suite, to train aircrew on EP-3E SSIP equip-
ment. VP-30 began training EP-3E NFO's in
2002 and will soon institute training for all
EP-3E aircrew.
While pilot production has been reduced
from 150 to 113 pilots per year due to a
decrease in the number of P-3C pilots
required by fleet squadrons, the overall num-
ber of students will increase due to the addi-
tion of VQ (EP-3E) students along with the
steady production of 102 NFO's and 300 P-3C
aircrew for the fleet.
Working under VP-30 as well as Comman-
der, Patrol and Reconnaissance Group, the
Weapons Tactics Unit (WTU) was formed in
1998 to provide post-FRS training to the
fleet. Graduate level topics include weapon-
eering, advanced tactics, and weapon systems
employment. WTU training significantly
enhanced the P-3C's performance in Kosovo,
Afghanistan and Iraq where AIP-equipped
aircraft were directly involved in combat. The
WTU also developed counter threat maneu-
vering (CTM) procedures from fleet lessons
learned to improve survivability as the P-3C
became heavily tasked to conduct overland
missions. Squadrons and aircrew credit these
procedures with having saved aircraft and
lives on numerous combat missions. Addi-
tionally, the WTU provides fleet introduction
training for all new and upgraded aircraft
systems, trains all fleet instructor aircrew,
and manages the weapons tactics instructor
course. In conjunction with the Wing's WTU,
a new advanced readiness program has been
developed to maximize combat aircrew train-
ing and formalize combat aircrew certifica-
The Naval Air Training and Operating
Procedures Standardization (NATOPS)
Evaluation Team implements a standardized
NATOPS program to all 29 units operating-
the P-3 and EP-3E through instruction, eval-
uation and continuous review of established
procedures. The NATOPS program is de-
signed to increase combat readiness and
improve flight safety. The Navy's Fleet In-
structor Under Training program provides
standardization and training for all commu-
nity aircrew positional instructors. The
squadron's Instructor Training Course (ITC)
has contributed to the improvement in
instructional teaching, briefing and debrief-
ing skills.
VP-30 is in the process of standing up a
squadron augment unit (SAU). The SAU will
enhance current capabilities now and allows
the squadron to assume responsibility for the
training and NATOPS requirements of cur-
rent reserve squadrons and fleet response
units in the future.
The Maintenance Department has devel-
oped a Qualified Proficient Technician (QPT)
program; an objective based training system
that is in the process of being adopted as the
standard for all of naval aviation. A QPT is
someone who not only has the requisite NEC
driven school but also has demonstrated on
the job capability through a standardized
qualification process in model within one of
their last two tours. The maintenance depart-
ment meets a daily requirement of 10-14 fly-
ing events and 15-30 aircraft device sessions.
These evolutions generate an average of 350
maintenance action forms (MAFs) per day.
The Pro's Nest has a very impressive safety
record as well. Recently, the squadron sur-
passed 400,000 mishap free flight hours. This
unprecedented accomplishment began 40
years ago under the presidency of Lyndon B.
Johnson and through a culmination of 30 com-
manding officers. Lastyear alone, VP-30 flew
nearly 8,500 hours and conducted over 19,700
landings. The men and women of VP-30 are
very proud of this phenomenal safety record
and strive to always keep a safety mindset.
"We are the quarterdeck of the MPR com-
munity and that is the responsibility we take
most seriously of all," says Heimerle, con-
stantly. "Knowing that what we do is impor-
tant in the global war on terrorism keeps our
morale high. The new pilots, NFO's and air-
crew we train today will be the leaders of our
community when we make the transition to
our new aircraft."

courtesy of

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AM1 Stephen Hall looks on as AM2 Paul Barsness works to fix a wing flap on one of VP-30's

PRAN(AW) Julio Rocha issues flight gear to AWAN Josh Hardy, Lt. j.g. Phillip Ritchie and Lt. j.g. Brian Edwards in the paraloft before the
three students head out to their aircraft for a training flight.
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AD2 Blake Bundy makes a final adjustment to prepare a T-56 engine A class of P-3 observer trainees takes a NATOPS test as part of
for a maintenance turn. their training syllabus at VP-30.

v ,

A03 LaToya White pulls the safety pin on a SLAM-ER air-to-ground missile just before the aircraft starts its engines. The aircraft took oft:
minutes later on a SLAM-ER training mission just off the coast.

10 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 12, 2005

INMCRS Fund Drive continues

-From Commander, Navy Region Southeast

'^1 congratulations to those commands, chairpersons,
,. and key persons who have achieved 100 percent
contact and/or 100 percent of their monetary goal.
'Keep up the good work.
' At the end of week seven, the Jacksonville area has con-
tacted 69 percent of their personnel and the overall region
rhas contacted 66 percent of their personnel. Forty-one
commands have yet to reach all their goals.
r: We only have a short time left and again, we need to
memberr that our primary goal is to achieve 100 percent
contact with our personnel and provide them with the
,opportunity to support the Navy-Marine Corps Relief
The fund drive has been extended to May 15 to help
hosee commands that need some more time to make that
Thank you for your continued participation and support.
,; The following is the current progress report for NAS Jax
organizationn Goal Raised % of Goal
,AIMD Jax $13,320 $15,405 116
ASD $936 $531 57
WAviation Survival $624 $1,020 163
,Training Center

Organization Goal
B Company I & I Staff $456
Blount Island Command Jax $3,168
CBMU Det 202 $936
NMCB 14 $120
Commander, Navy $6,384
Region SE
CV-TSC Ashore $552
Defense Courier Station $240
NAVAIR Depot Jax $720
DVECC $624
FACSFAC Jax $2,640
FISC Jax $3,840
CHSWL $792
HS-11 $5,000
HS-15 $5,000
HS-3 $5,000
HS-5 $5,000
HS-7 $5,000
HS-75 $2,500
CNATTU Jax $4,944
NAS Jax $11,688
Navy Brig $1,392
Navy & Marine Corps $624
Reserve Ctr.



% of Goal


Naval Healthcare
Support Office
Naval Hospital Jax
Navy Drug Lab
SE Regional
Calibration Center
Sea Control Weapons School
Sea Control Wing Lant
VP-30 $
NLSO Southeast

Goal Raised % of Goal
$1,776 $3,201 238





Annual golf tournament

to benefit NMCRS event

From the NMCRS
Goff Committee

he Jacksonville Area Navy
and Marine Corps Golf
Committee will host the 14th
annual Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society Benefit Golf Tournament
May 26 at the private Deercreek
Country Club.
Last year's tournament raised
$37,000, which was returned to
Sailors and Marines in the form of
relief or educational assistance. The
goal for this year's event is
$100,000, which would make it the
ninth golf charity tournament 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 four-
some 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 need-
ed. Golfers this year will have the
opportunity to play the immaculate
greens at the private Deercreek
Country Club of Jacksonville.
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
At a
mini -
mum ,
M u m
each golf-
er will re-
ceive: cart
and green
fees at
the pri-
v a t e
D e e r -
creek for
the tour-
lunch pro-
vided by
house, an
f r e e
round of
golf at
for future
use and another at their sister club,
Queens Harbor Yacht and Golf

Refreshments at all four par
three holes will be provided by
Budweiser, Dasani water and
'Powerade throughout the course
provided by the Coca-Cola Corp., a
golf towel, golf ball sleeve, divot tool
and tees provided by the Navy
Federal Credit Union. First
Command will provide a $10,000
hole-in-one prize and the
Timberland Company will provide
a backpack, key chain and wallet.
For the $80 registration fee, a
golfer will receive three rounds of
golf, lunch, refreshments and sou-
venirs. Contact Lt. John Brabazon
at 542-4139 for entry forms. There
will also be a silent auction and
awards ceremony following the
The mission of the NMCRS is to
provide, in partnership with the
Navy and Marine Corps, financial,
educational and other assistance to
members of the Naval Services of
the United States, eligible family
members and survivors when in
need; and to receive and manage
funds to administer these pro-
For more information about the
golf tournament or to make a dona-
tion, contact Brabazon at 542-4139.


The following Fleet Area Control and Surveillance
Facility, Jacksonville personnel received awards during a
ceremony May 5:

Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
AC1 Marzetta Watson
AC2 Abel Aran Jr.
AC3 Jason Meed
Flag Letter of Commendation
OS1 James Cameron
ETSN Daniel Diedrich
Good Conduct Medal
ETC Christopher Enoch
AC2 Regan-Adair

Armed Forces Day Regatta May 21

From MWR
The annual Armed Forces Regatta will be held
May 21 at the Mulberry Cove Marina. The one-
design race is being sponsored by the marina and
organized and officiated by the Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Anyone holding a Skipper "B" certification is welcome
to participate. The race will be held between the
Buckman Bridge and the Fuller Warren Bridge.
Registration begins the morning of the race from 9:30-
11 a.m. and ihe race starts a noon.
An awards presentation will follow the event.
The marina is offering free use of Lasers, Flying
Juniors and Flying Scots. For more information go to
www.sailjax.com or call 542-3260.

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is the foremost preventive
measure for the avoidance
of personal and family
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
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cess is required, please
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are available in May:
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or to register, call 542-2766,
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DRIVING: Don't drink

and get behind the wheel!

From Page 2

page. The Navy is filled with
talented Sailors that want a
fair chance at a good life
and a prosperous career.
I'm convinced the Navy
offers you that fair chance.
However, if you choose to
drink and drive, you may
suddenly find yourself in the
unenviable position of not
being competitive for
advancement and losing a
lot of clout in the Navy.
Having said that, there is
some good news: The choice
to not drink and drive is
yours to make, and yours
alone! It's an adult decision

that needs to be made indi-
Driving drunk is com-
pletely preventable. No one
else in the world can take
away the fairness in the
choice itself. However,
choosing incorrectly will cer-
tainly alter things in your
life, and not in a good way.
Rightfully so, if you drink
and drive, you will be
caught, you will be pun-
ished, and you will assured-
ly regret having made a
very poor life and career-
altering choice. Stay safe
shipmates, look out for each
other out in the fleet and
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Navy Exchange calling card

offers lower rates fi

By Donna Miles
American Forces Press Service
W hen it comes to buying pre-
paid phone cards to call
home from Iraq or Afghani-
stan, not all cards are alike. Friends
and loved ones who purchase prepaid
cards at supermarkets, gas.stations
or :warehouse stores may think
they're sending deployed troops a
stockpile of calling minutes. But
that's often not the case.
Many prepaid cards that offer low
per-minute calling charges are actual-
ly geared for stateside use, according
to Judd Anstey, public affairs special-
ist. for the Army and Air Force
Exchange Service. When used over-
seas to call home, these prepaid cards
often buy just a fraction of their
advertised calling minutes.
In contrast, the Military Exchange
Global Prepaid 550- and 200-unit
phone cards, part of the "Help Our
Troops Call Home" program, offer
lower per minute rates than other
prepaid cards, including AT&T pre-
paid cards sold by other retailers,
Anstey said. "It's the best value out
there," he noted.
In fact, the program remains a big
hit that's saving troops and their
loved ones big dollars. And this is a
year after the Defense Department
made the unprecedented move of
allowing military exchanges to sell
prepaid phone cards to anyone wish-
ing to buy them for deployed troops.
Last April, DoD introduced the
"Help Our Troops Call Home" pro-
gram, which enables even ,people not
otherwise entitled to exchange privi-
leges to buy Military Exchange global
prepaid calling cards for deployed
troops. A year later, the program is
within striking distance of the $2 mil-

lion mark enough to buy and dis-
tribute more than 78,000 prepaid
cards, according to Anstey.
Cards purchased through the pro-
gram can be sent to individual service
members or to "any service member"
through the American Red Cross,
United Service Organizations, Air
Force Aid Society or Fisher House
Foundation. During the past year
alone, these partners have distributed
almost 27,000 prepaid phone cards
through the program, Anstey said.
During February alone, troops gener-
ated nearly 20 million minutes of
calls using the cards at AAFES phone
centers in the Middle East, Anstey
The Help Our Troops Call Home
program enables the public to tap
into an exclusive DoD, contract with
AT&T that gives troops the lowest
per-minute fees for calls placed from
AT&T phone centers Anstey said.
If the card is purchased in the
United States, the per-minute fees

or troops
are 21 cents a minute from Iraq,
Afghanistan or Kuwait. If the
deployed service member buys the
card overseas, the rates are even
lower 19 cents a minute from Iraq,
Afghanistan or Kuwait, Anstey said.
These rates are lower than they were
a year ago, Anstey said, and compare
to as much as 40 cents per minute
charged by some phone card compa-
In addition 4o low rates, the mili-
tary prepaid cards don't expire and
aren't subject to additional charges or
connection fees, he said.
Army Lt. Col. Debra Pressley,
AAFES' chief of corporate communi-
cations, called the public outpouring
through the Help Our Troops Call
Home 1rogranm "inspiring."
"The decision to allow the exchange
services to work directly with the
American public has provided a text-
book study in how to safely and effec-
tively support our troops," she said.
One participating organization, the
USO, has sent almost 1,700 prepaid
cards through the program, according
to Donna St. John, spokeswoman for
the USO World Headquarters, in
The USO also distributes prepaid
phone cards to wounded troops recu-
perating at military hospitals state-
side and overseas and has included
"several hundred thousand" phone
cards in Operation USO Care
Package boxes sent to deployed
troops, St. John said.
More information about the
Military Exchange global prepaid
calling card is available on the Army
and Air Force Exchange Service, the
Navy Exchange and the Marine
Corps Exchange Web sites or by call-
ing (800) 527-2345.

BRONZE STAR: Rowe earns commendation

From Page 1

of accomplishment that we helped
some people who were truly in need of
our help," he added.
Rowe's "singularly outstanding
accomplishments" were credited as
being a pivotal factor in accelerating
Iraq's transition to sovereignty, which
plays a vital role in the long-term
national security interests of the
nation. '
On receiving his medals Rowe said,
"I'm grateful for the opportunity I had
to serve and take a leadership role in
the Navy's-mission. I'm also very

grateful to be so recognized."
Rowe expressed mixed feelings
about his time in Iraq. He spoke of
the constant stress of being in a com-
bat zone with no defined frontline,
but where you could come under
attack at anytime. And he'spoke of
the accomplishments Coalition Forces
have made working with the Iraqis.
He said a quote from Gen. Robert E.
Lee summed up his feelings "It is
well that war is so terrible, or we
should get to fond of it."
Rowe, his wife, Melanie, and chil-
dren Jennifer, 16,,.Byron II, 12, and

SCWS: McKown takes helm of

C From Page I
Control of Operations for Enduring
Freedom., 4oble Eagle. Iraqi Freedom,
Secure Tomorrow and Plan Colombia.
Ln April 2004. Sturges took com-
mand of Sea Control Weapons School.
Under his leadership as commanding
officer, Sea Control Weapons School
provided advanced tactical training
through the Sea Control Advanced
Readiness Program and Viking
Tactics Instructor course for all S-3B
squadrons on both the east and west

coasts. He was the driving force
behind developing a structured SLAM
-ER training program resulting in
VS-32 successfully firing a live
SLAM,-ER missile utilizing overland
mid-course updates.
Sturges aggressively pursued and
implemented the integration of vari-
' ous military services and communi-
ties into Sea Control Weapons School
syllabi, including Air Force joint sur-
veillance and target attack radar sys-
tems for time sensitive strike train-
ing, use of towed moving targets for

Emily, 10, reside in Orange Park.
Rowe's wife is a sixth grade teacher
at Thunderbolt Elementary, Fleming
Rowe has been with Naval Hospital
Jacksonville since July 14, 2004. He is
currently the leading chief petty offi-
cer in Naval Hospital Jacksonville's
Command Education Department
where he helps train hospital staff.
He is also assigned to Fleet Hospital
Jacksonville, a deployable platform
that stands ready to provide the best
in Navy medical care anywhere in the

weapons school
surface warfare training and helicop-
ter anti-submanine squadron light
assets for coordinated Laser Maverick
engagements. His innovative ap-
proach to cooperative training not
only enhanced S-3B aircrew proficien-
cy and readiness, but also laid the
foundation for positive and lasting
tactical relationships between partici-
pating communities.
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Carrier Strike Group Five as air oper-
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AD2 Daniel Mosley (left) and AD3 Jonnathan Walley of
Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment Jackson-
ville, pick up trash around the post office May 5.


Sailors from NAS Jax Air Operations and Facilities Depart-
ments, Sea Control Wing and VS-31 place trash bags full
of debris in the back of a pickup truck at the end of the
base-wide cleanup held May 5.

CLEANUP: Spring cleaning only

the beginning of base cleanliness
From Page 1

Equally enthusiastic
about the appearance of
the base was AW1(AW/'
NAC) Scott Cox of Carrier
Tactical Support Center
Ashore, Jtacksonville.
"Holding these' types of
clean ups is good for the o
base. It's good to keep our
base clean and give our si
visitors a good impression
of who we are and how
much pride we take in
what we do," remarked
The Spring Clean Up is
only the beginning of base
cleanliness. The top leader-
ship of NAS Jax expects Toting an umbrella', AD1
everyone to work on the (AW/NAC) Scott Cox of
base appearance each day. Carrier Tactical Support
According to NAS Jax Center Ashore Jacksonville,
Environmental Depart- collects trash near the NAS
ment Director Kevin Gar- lax Recycling Center during
land, approximately sever- the base-wide clean up held
al hundred pounds of trash last Thursday.
were collected during this
year's clean up. "Every year we conduct this type of
base-wide clean up. NAS Jax is a very well maintained
base mainly because of our Sailors and civilians caring
for their work environment," he said.

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Military members, families and friends enjoy USO Zoo Night

Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
The newly opened giraffe exhibit allows visitors to get up
close and personal with the giraffes at the Jacksonville Zoo.

AT3 David Romero of Southeast Regional Calibration Center,
his wife, Katrina and their son, Raymon board the train at the
Jacksonville Zoo during the annual USO Zoo Night last

Reading program
Teach an adult to read and
help make Jacksonville the
city that reads! Tutor training
dates are May 14 and 21
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Continental breakfast is pro-
vided. Registration and com-
pletion of both classes is
required to receive tutor cer-
tification. The minimum age
is 18. For more information,
call Heather Corey at 399-
8894, Ext. 10.

Fur Ball Gala
Join the Jacksonville
Humane Society May 21 in
celebrating the only black tie
event in Jacksonville that you
can attend with your pet.
Serve as a pet butler, moni-
tor silent auction, register
guests or assist in the pet
lounge. The event will be
held in the University of
North Florida ballroom. Call
Kim Rolfe at 725-8766, Ext.
206 to sign up.

HabiJax is always looking
for volunteers for various
construction projects. For
more information, call
Bonnie Golden at 798-4529,
Ext. 253. The HabiJax Home
Store also needs help coor-
dinating donated materials
and furniture. Call 722-0737.

Habitat for
Clay County
Clay County Habitat for
Humanity, Inc. serves Green
Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg, Keystone
Heights and Penney Farms.
Volunteers are needed
Tuesday through Saturday
throughout the year to help
out. For more information,
call Gamble Wright-
Stuebgen at 444-8524.

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
he Jacksonville Zoo-
lpgical Gardens
locked their gates to
the general public Saturday
and invited military mem-
bers and their families out
for an inexpensive evening
at the zoo.
Nearly 1,500 military and
family members attended
the annual event sponsored
by the USO and VyStar
Credit Union.
"This is a great way to
kick off a family event for
Mother's Day. It's a very
inexpensive way for the
entire family to get out and
have a couple hours of
great fun. They get experi-
ence every thing the zoo
has to offer including riding
the train and new merry-
go-round," said K.C.
McCarthy, executive direc-
tor of the Greater Jackson-
ville USO.
"This event is something
the USO has been doing for
many, many years. We want
to thank VyStar Credit
Union for underwriting this
event," McCarthy said.
As hundreds of families
lined up to ride the train
around the zoo, others took
off along the various paths
to check out the animals
that make there home here.
"I'm really happy we got
to come here tonight
because I really like the
zoo. This is the second time
I've been here. I can't wait
to see the elephants and
giraffes. I really like the
giraffes because they have
such long necks," remarked
8-year-old Raymon Romero

Zoo Volunteer CS3 Stephanie Hilliard of Naval Hospital Jacksonville (right) talks about differ-
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Sara Matteson and Blake Warfield during the USO Zoo Night at the Jacksonville Zoo last

who was with his dad, AT3
David Romero of Southeast
Regional Calibration
Center and mom, Katrina.
The zoo offered this night
as a way of thanking the
military and their families.
"This is a great event. We
brought the kids to let
them see the animals and
have a good time," added
AD1(AW/SW) Matthew
Schons of VS-22.
Although the event only
lasted two hours, many of
the visitors took their time
exploring such places as
the Australian Outback,
the new giraffe overlook
and the new jaguar exhibit.
"I'm here because we got
an email letting everyone

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MWR Planner
Mission First, Sailors Ahvavs

Renovation project set to begin May 23.
> Facility will be closed for approximately eight weeks.
JProject includes upgrade lanes, pinsetters and scoring

CPO Old Timers Reunion
May 14, 2 p.m.
$5/person includes food and entertainment.
Open to all CPO patrons and their guests.
Come out and party with the Old Timers.
Call 542-3521 X16 for more information

I ll t .
Outdoor Pool set to open May 21.
Swim Lesson registration begins May 21, 11 a.m.
Call 542-2930 for more info.

Indoor pool filtration upgrade project set to begin May
Upgrade will require the pool to be closed for three to
six weeks.
Call Aquatics for scheduling changes, 542-2930.



Photo by Kaylee LaRocque/file
Call for more information about I. T. T trips or ticket Swimmers enjoy an afternoon in the pool during the grand opening of the NAS lax Outdoor Pool last year. The pool will open
prices 542-3318. for this year's summer season, starting May 21 at 11 a.m.
Tampa Hard Rock Hotel & Casino $17 per person
Weekend get-a-way June 24-25. MAY 21 Mall and movie trip Reservation recommended, 542-3041.
$121/person, based on double occupancy. Sign-up by 1 p.m. on the day of the trip.
Sign up before May 25. MWR shuttle will leave recreation center at 2 p.m.

Mt Dora Lunch, Train and Yalaha Bakery
June 4
Includes train ride, lunch, and a visit to the bakery.
Sign up by June 1.

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
May 17 Free lesson and nine holes of golf
MWR shuttle will leave the recreation center at 2:30

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.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.
All Hands Reef and Beef
June 3
6:30-9:30 p.m.
All you can eat buffet.

Every Thursday free kayak/canoe rental for active
Brand name fishing tackle, sunglasses, knives, and
other gear at NAS Jax low prices.
For more details e-mail phillip.s.Collins@navy.mil.

May 13, 7 p.m. Aviator (PG13)
May 20, 7 p.m. Meet the Fockers (PG13)
May 21, 5 p.m. Elecktra (PG13)
May 21, 7 p.m. Ocean's Twelve (PG13)

Customer service: A worldwide initiative continues at NAS Jax Mulberry Cove Marina

From NASjaxMWR
The Navy and Morale,
Recreation and
Welfare (MWR) often
iise acronyms as a speech
shorthand, that can be con-
fusing to newcomers (or
even old hands) on a base.
One acronym, CNRSE
and the logo, is becoming
common throughout many
facilities at NAS Jack-
sonville, however not every-
one knows what it means.
ONRSE is the designation
6f our new regional com-
mand Command Navy
Region Southeast.
' One CNRSE goal is for
each MWR under their
umbrella to meet or exceed
the center of excellence
(CoE) standards of service
through employee training
and development, rewards
and recognition, measure-
ment and feedback, and

From MWR
attention military
baseball fans! Spec-
ially priced tickets
will be available for five Jax
Suns games.
i The baseball team is
offering military members
the opportunity to purchase
tickets for the games, which
will be played between now
and August.
Salute to the Military
Nights are:
May 21, 7:05 p.m. vs.
Mississippi Braves;
June 12, 5:05 p.m. vs.
Carolina Mudcats;
July 8, 7:05 p.m. vs.
Montgomery Biscuits;


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communication and mar-
MWR is a customer driv-
en organization, and all
MWR employees are
trained in the philosophy
and skills of service excel-

lence. MWR uses actionable
data to make decisions that
will improve the customer's
experience at all MWR
facilities and events.
MWR recognizes and
rewards employee behav-

iors that support service
excellence, and we will
share some of our success
stories and updates with
you through this column.
MWR is currently collect-
ing information from our
customers at the Mulberry
Cove marina. This is the
first step in the cycle of
service for the marina.
This collection will last
four to six weeks and then
the information will be
given to a customer orient-
ed service improvement
team to analyze the infor-
mation and outline short
and long-term goals for
action for eight weeks. The
team will consist of four
MWR employees and two
military customers.
Then the facility will
implement the suggested
actions and another collec-
tion team in a three to six-
month period and then we
will come back to ask you

the customer what you
think of the improvements
and do you have other sug-
gestions to improve your
The CoE concept reaches
beyond the region as a
MWR worldwide initiative.
All MWR employees are
required to take a two day
customer service course
called Star Service within
90 days of beginning to
work for MWR.
Because CoE is a world-
wide MWR initiative, all

MWRs can be on the same
page and offer the same
awesome customer service.
However, at MWR NAS
Jacksonville we want to
stand out from the crowd
and be the best in class
service leader.
So stop by the marina
and let us hear from you on
how we can serve you bet-
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Ten things

to make

your move

By P.S. Kunze
Relocating your family
and personal belong-
ings due to a perma-
nent change of station
(PCS) is something that
every military family
encounters sooner or later.
Whether you look forward
to the move with eager
anticipation or with feel-
ings that are somewhat less
enthusiastic, there are
things that service mem-
bers and their families can
do before relocating to
make the overall experi-
ence better. Knowing the
regulations and planning
accordingly can make all
the difference.
1. Visit the Personal
Property Office
As soon as you receive
your orders, call your
Personal Property Office
(PPO) and set an appoint-
ment. Before you go to the
appointment, do some
research to make the most
of your session. Even if you
and your family have
PSCed several times before,
no two moves are exactly
the same. Changes to your
personal situation, your
new duty station, or mili-
tary regulations may great-
ly affect your move.
PPOs have materials
available to aid you in your
research. An excellent
resource for explaining
basic entitlements and
responsibilities is the "It's
Your Move" pamphlet that
is also available online on
various Web sites, including
LIFELines. General move
information is available on
LIFELines in the
"Relocation and Housing"
information area.
Still another official Web
site that offers a wide vari-
ety of basic PCS move
information is the
Defenselink site. This elec-
tronic newsletter is user-
friendly and chock full of
helpful hints, news, guid-
ance, and useful links.
2. Contact Your Sponsor
and New Command
Once you have PCS
orders in hand, your new
command will assign a
sponsor to assist in your
transition to the command
and new duty station. If you
have not heard from your
sponsor in a reasonable
amount of time, contact
your new command to find
a point of contact to help
you before you arrange your
If the command has a
Web site, become familiar
with its contents. The infor-
mation may prove invalu-
able throughout your deci-
sion process and save you
the trouble of moving items
that you'll not be able to use
at your new duty station.
A sponsor is especially
crucial if you'll be moving
overseas or to a remote
location. Along with host-
country considerations that
you may not otherwise
know, a sponsor can fill you
in on some of the less obvi-
ous nuances of your new
For example, if you will
be moving to Yokosuka,
Japan, and are planning to
live on the economy in non-
Westernized housing, your
sponsor would probably
advise you to leave the
majority of your furniture
and appliances in storage
until you return to the

Most traditional Japan-
ese dwellings will not
accommodate the size or
style of furniture that is
common in American
households, and your appli-
ances would probably be
3. Consider Moving It
Yourself-- Carefully
Most commonly referred
to as the DITY move, the
personally-procured move
(PPM), is an option that
you may want to consider.
Essentially, the government
pays you the money that it
would otherwise pay a con-
tractor to move you and

your belongings.
Although not for every-
one, a properly planned and
executed PPM has advan-
tages that range from peace
of mind in knowing your
belongings are packed
exactly the way you want
them to be, to earning some
extra cash in return for
your hard work. Converse-
ly, if you do not adequately
plan or complete your PPM,
you are liable for any addi-
tional moving costs or dam-
age to your property.
4. Take Responsibility
Although you will have
ample assistance along the
way, you are responsible for
your move. The best way to
ensure that it goes well is
to be involved from start to
finish and play an active
role throughout the
process. Know the regula-
tions and make all neces-
sary arrangements before
your moving day. That way,
when moving day arrives,
you and your family will be
able to concentrate on the
task at hand.
5. Figure Your Entitle-
Part of your entitlement
is the maximum weight you
can move at government
expense. This pre-deter-
mined amount is based
upon your personal situa-
tion and rank. If you go
over your prescribed
amount, you will be respon-
sible for paying all charges
connected with moving the
excess weight.
To estimate the weight of
your possessions, you can
figure 1,000 pounds per
room and then add the
approximate weight of your
large appliances and items.
While not exact, this
method will help you deter-
mine if your belongings will
fall within your entitle-
6. Find Out If You Can
Move That
The term "household
goods" (HHG) refers to your
personal effects and proper-
ty for your home any-
thing from a snowmobile to
a spare car part. Generally,
if your HHGs fall within
your weight entitlement,
they will be moved at no
additional cost to you.
However, some items, such
as boats, may or may not
qualify as HHGs and may
only be moved if you agree
to share the expense.
Other HHGs may not be
moved as part of your PCS
move because of carrier
restrictions or local ordi-
nances. The Defense Trans-
portations Regulations
(DTR) Web site offers com-
plete guidance for deter-
mining if you can ship an
item as part of your PCS
7. Decide What to Do

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While most of us consider
our pets to be part of our
family, it is important to
note that moving them is
not an entitlement. Instead,
it is viewed as a privilege
and you will share in the
The government will
allow you to move a total of
two dogs or cats in travel
cases weighing less than
100 pounds each. Any more
and you'll be required to
make alternate arrange-
ments. Other applicable
restrictions and considera-
tions are discussed in
LIFELines section PCSing
With Pets.
8. Prepare for Clean Up
After the Move Date
When determining your
actual move date, keep in
mind obligations you will
have after the moving van
departs. If you rent, you
will probably be responsible
for restoring the property
to its original condition. If
you own, you'll want to
show the property to would-
be renters or buyers in the
best possible condition.
Estimate how many days
you will need to prepare the
property and set your move
date to allow you ample
time before your lease is up
and your utilities have been
9. Take Care of Impor-
tant Papers
The paperwork that leads
up to moving is as important
as physically moving your
property. Make sure you have
adequate copies of your PCS
orders placed in a safe loca-
tion. Additionally, you should
consider the following:
powers of attorney or
letters of authorization
appraisals of high-value
inventory with video or
photo documentation
insurance policies, in
addition to those provided
as part of your move.
10. Lighten the Load
Use the time before your
move to sort through your
belongings and sell, donate,
recycle, or throw away those
items that you will no
longer need. This is especial-
ly important if you are con-
cerned that you may be over
your weight entitlement.
Knowing the regulations
and planning ahead are two
of the most important
things you can do prior to
executing your PCS move.








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By Leslie Royce
Westside Regional Park Naturalist
The Westside Regional
Park located across
the NAS Jax Main
Gate is looking for volun-
teers to participate in
Project Feeder Watch,
which is a research and
education project of the
Cornell Lab of Ornithology,
National Audubon Society,
Bird Studies Canada, and
the Canadian Nature
Volunteers will watch
birds and count how many
birds of each species seen
and record the data. This
data will be used by scien-
tists to track and study
changing bird populations.
We are looking for volun-
teers to collect data on
Friday and Saturdays. You
don't have to make a com-
mitment to come out regu-
larly. Just call us before you
visit to make sure that the
nature center isn't being
used for a public program.
The following events and
workshops will be held at
the park in May:
Nature Crafts: Bamboo
Garden Structures
May 16, 10 a.m.-noon
The Japanese have used
bamboo for centuries to cre-
ate trellises and other gar-
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

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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 win-
dows at hummingbirds,
other birds, and butterflies
as they visit our bird feed-
ers and butterfly-friendly
plants. What a great way
to start out your day! For
more information, please
call 573-2498.
Hooray for homeschoolers:
Spring habitat study
May 20, 10-11:30 a.m.
or 1-2:30p.m.
The third in a series of

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-'
Gardening for butterflies
May 26, 10-11:30 a.m.
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 fol-
lowed by a tour through the
butterfly gardens. Bring
your cameras because we
will see butterflies!
Registration is required
for all workshops. For more
information or to register,
call 573-2498.

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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 designated represen-
tative 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 tournament planned
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 additional 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 indi-
viduals to officiate soccer, softball, football, and volleyball at NAS
Jax. Scorekeepers also needed for basketball. Experience not
required. If interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional Running and
Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons, and/or triathlons. The
Navy will showcase elite active duty men and women in regional
races. Uniforms are provided as well as transportation, entry fees,
and lodging costs. Interested runners must compete in sanctioned
(USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) races and your time must be one of tdp 10
regional qualifying times. If you have run in sanctioned race and
your time meets regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport
Sports Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min. Women 4 Hrs.

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 Employees,
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 Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. 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-
itary and active and retired DoD
civilians. For more information,
call 778-0805 or email com-
modore@ 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
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther 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.

Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
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 MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit http://groups
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

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Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.
For more information, go to
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
Several Youth Fishing
Derbies are coming up. Events
are being held 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. to 3 p.m. at
Hanna Park. For more informa-
tion, call 573-4918.
The National Naval Officers
Association Jacksonville
Chapter is hosting the 10th
annual De. Samuel P. Massie
Scholarship Banquet Saturday
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." Dr. Edythe
Abdullah, president, Florida
Community College Jacksonville
is the guest speaker. For ticket
information, call Lt. LaShelle
Hamilton at 542-7045, Lt.
Lakesha Chieves at 542-9212
or Lt. Cmdr. Ethan Josiah at
The Military Officers
Association will have their
monthly dinner meeting May 18
at the NAS Jax Officers' Club
Social hour begins at 6 p.m., fol-
lowed by dinner at 7 p.m. For
information or reservations, call
Bill Potter at 213-0701.
The Jacksonville Genea-
logical Society meeting will be
held May 21 at 1:30 p.m. at the
Willow Branch Library, 2874

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Dunkirk Lighthouse will host
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Inn Dunkirk in Fredonia, N.Y.
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Parade of Homes model home entry i y a
few homesites remain. New homesites c .soon. Be
the first on the block. 13 floor plans, 1,691-3,599 sq. ft.
Tour our 2 model homes. Standard features include fully
sodded yards with irrigation systems. Live in one of the
fastest-growing areas in Jacksonville.
From 1-95, take 9A south and exit Pulaski Rd. heading north to
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Parade home entry 2572. Nestled
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floor plans. 1- and 2-story homes, 3-6 bedrooms.
Community features soccer field and playground.
From 1-295, exit 103rd St. heading west to Old Middleburg Rd. (past
Shindler Dr.). Left on Old Middleburg Rd. to community 2.5 mi. on left.
(904) 317-0069

888-KB-HOMES Sales office hours: Mon., 1-6pm; Tues.-Sat., 10mn-6pm; Sun., 12-6pm kbhome.com
ro. h..'"I REALTOR Cooperation Welcome. 02005 KB Home (KBH). Plants available while supplies last (value S5). No rain checks, not exchangeable for cash. Payment of Realtor Co-op requires Realtor to accompany and register buyer on flrst visit and comply with Realtor Co-op Agreement. Prices/terms
subject to change, prior sale, homesite premiums and/or predetermined options. Floor plans, options, elevations and views vary by community/homesite and are not guaranteed. Square footage is approximate. Photos show upgraded landscaping and may not represent community's lowest-priced homes Future
Sr e development of Timber Creek amenities center subject to change and is not guaranteed; contactTim Shea,The Stokes Group, 2251 St Johns Bluff Rd. South, Jacksonville, FL 32246, (904) 645-0003. Recreational facilities at Adams Lake, Hawk's Pointe and Cartesian Pointe are private to community. Golf course and
NewHomlSource corn clubhouse at Cypress Lakes are public. Continued scope/preservation of nature preserve subject to change and is not guaranteed. CBC058298 JAX-35552 *".".""

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Intraoasta 727-3443 904-415-5263 335 Clay to GA/FL border High& Because we are the 435Rooms2toRent $500m lonterm lease.800-783
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3WA FORECLOSURE Sr,1kFi.av.duplex $900mo & 2/2 MAND.Waterford Estates
3 Waterfront Serious Inquires only. 695-2255 Resorts CW JTB/Hod ges3/2 duplex $850monice 4/3, 2270sf, on beautiful
O(nOR$49S000!For listings ()O URES ycr_ _801- 825-5785 465Storage/Mini- gated, fp, gartd, wOad, all fen b 4/3. L27vfonbe ati
KERNAN LAKES POOL 0749-8124 xF589 Hlly Crest & Brecken- SSIDE-SW 14x48'-2/1.5 Lockers amenities, $1300 mo o y ake/conserv.area.
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907 San Marco sunsetvo t Will co-op D T ews"e405 n ts LAKE CREST CONDO Mill.$1500m. 908-9765 bonus ,3ba,
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renov.l154Dunsford Rd. 3/2w/den, 838-7021 tion! 3/2. 1500 sf. homegreat features. A www.gatewaymtn.com $ 599 NAVIGABIn Water-0dogomm. a ities.
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Broer- motivated, Gossett St.165k Mountains, 2/1.5, ch&a. off of Phillips Hwy. 8B,69&7917 tian Luxury condo for $1150 mnCAvrl72-$1450/mo.MnDiscount
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3741Orlando CIr. 1400sf Beaches remodeled brick home. _______$79_Brand New2br, 2story BAYMEADOWS 3/2 no 10min. to NAS.
cargar, Irg fenced yddEfirsUnunit, never I Ived in. pets, good schis, $.1O O $1150m. 917-306-1940
4/2,m2200SF3ar li- 56490039-978 2 tfrnt. $992k Assist $40arml9flt Marshront l-t Queens lallalkCovered corner bal- + lawn maint422-7335
4/2.42e11904.247-4442 DW3br/2bach&a. scm Harbor 904-223-7776 x4 cony directly over
310g,inin cari3964391978.t o s Drch, Shed, carport. 757-0240 water. $1350mo. Call BAYMEADOWS Hampton $1295M0. lyr lease.
3/2THN-2 car gar, lake- sprinkler. $227K, Sepa- $159,900, 904-282-8249 ORTEGA RIVER, c u s- $2000 AsIs/$4000 Remod 9DEPOSIT PE/DAyl 'r
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front.$1f9kuE4tl 904-382-3595 & clean. $750m. $ BartramSprengs
cpt. $144.9k 568-53 904- 3-173 EASBURY walk, 2 AC, brick, 2.5 car location Big lot 110x200 2BR Also Avail, 1 Stry, WI D93 5bai$.OCall 79-p2ng
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tile, 1/3aclot635-23172 WW aihechied.COfllr $176,900.477-1189. $645K-Call904.51957778 $18,000. 904-997.0618 sewslreNOassoc.fw mant$ mnits. AYPORT HOUSE
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throughout, recent $38K. 241-1217. 46AC-$1,89/AC CFNAS2BRDupSlrnd Great neighbors. $1100/mo. AvailJune0. (904)730-8069
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 12, 2005

4 Houses
420f Unfurnished

Creekside Bend
1449 -1765SF Models
To Choose From
$975 and Up!
(904) 730-8060

O.P. 3/2 w/2 car garage,
fncd yd, $1100 month.
vacant. 904-655-2099
O.P. 3br/2 full baths Irg
great room, $1200mo.
all 278-1210
O.P. patio hm, $575mo.
$550 dep. Will show
Sunday/ noon 626-4387
SOP/M'Burg- 3/2
pool, scrn patio, gar
near NAS Rent or
S Lease option $1050
Avail 6/5904-806-1188
OP/OAK LEAF 4/2. new,
w/d & refrig, avail,
$1295-$1350 264-1425
OP/OAK LEAF New 4/2,
2300sf. close pool, $1400
AvI 6/1. 904-215-1881
OP/PACE ISL Beautiful
4/2, gated, pools, etc.
$1300. 264- 2737/616-6388
SOP Oakleaf Planta-
tion, new 3/2.5 town-
house w/gar, 1650sf.
pool club amenities
$500 off 1st mo $1175mo.
215-996-0883 (c)
home. Luxurious 4/3,
2800sf, 3 car gar, $2350,
PVB 3/2, 2 car gar, all
apple, incd w/d, lawn
care, close to bch.
$1400mo 904-333-8947
PVB 3/2.5, waterfront,
comm pool, new apple,
$1500mo. no pets.
PV SAWGRASS 2/2 18th
grn, Oakbridge. $1200m
SOUTHSIDE 3/2, gar,
freshly updated. $825
mo. 733-1090
S'SIDE 3/1. Den, gar.
bright, clean, gd area,
NO PETS, $925 737-5791
S'SIDE nr St Luke's, new
3BR/2.5BA TH,1225
mo, 1car gar. Furn'd
avail $1425mo.
904-631-1739 /207-4142
S'S Immac 2/2/1 Duplex
Avail May 1. main's to
UNF, tile $1000 226-4801
VEDRA- 5/3/2. Ig
home, all amenities,
fpc, near Nease High.
RentSource Jax
3BR/2BA, 1710
Shadowlawn Dr.
$880mo no pets,
avail 30 May 05. Con-
tact: Rich 619-454-3872
& C/C new 4/3 incl lawn
svc and cable 1675/mo
VENETIA Fam. n'hood,
nr NAS & Elem. Sch.
2/1.5, Ig FR, eat in kit,
LR, DR. $1050 + dep.
5509 Salerno Rd.
WESTSIDE 2/2.5 TH, Irg
BDRMS. $750/mo. $750
dep 904-699-3285
WESTSIDE 3br, big yd,
newly renovated.
$700mo. 225-2484
uaint Home In
tal Springsl
B93 Radnor
3/2, 1296SF,$875
(904) 730-8060

420 Houses
4 Unfurnished

Lauren Oaks Subdivision
3 and 4 Bedroom
Models to Choose From
$925 and Up
(904) 730-8060

WESTSIDE Remod. 3/2,
cpt AC. fncd, $895mo.
Call 287-1756
WS 3/LS+Bonus rm, new
ch/a, scr patio, fen yd
w/shed. No smk/pets
or HUD. 777-595. $875
W'SIDE 3/2 ch&a 2 car
gar on sm lake $850 mo
$850 dep. Call 374,3588
4m5 Manufactured

3/2,2/1, pool walk to
base, starting 1$499
$250 sec Call 249-6444

427 Mobile Home
Lot Rentals

Sent. Westside off
103rd and Old
Middelburg. Call
771-5565 leave msg.

430 Roommates
LAKEWOOD -Pool tbl,
jacuzzi, 2wash/2dryrs,
125wk. Call Chris
334-8699/262-0338 x3762
pool, carport, close
to shopping
areas, close distance to
NAS Mayport and Jax
University Call $400
spiltt utilities
SSID Fernandinare3/2 each
tL 3BR/2BA,$350/mo.
Utilities Included
security deposit nego-

W'SIDE-$375 incl. until. &r
table. 904-Need Fe. no277-8026
leave message.
Roommate wanted
SNM-smoke, Utilities
Included, A/C, Cable,
$400m. near Kingsley in
O.P. Call 386-0207
S'SIDE Fern share 3/2
hm. $400m Utils include/
pool. 868-8613. No pets.
W'SIDE-$375 Incl. util. &
cable. Need Fepowe. non
smoker. 904-514-5259

room in pRooms
4S35 to Rent

ALL JAX fum'd, CH&A.
W/D, kitchen, cable,
phone $130se wk 781-3652
w/Micro, Refrig
low daily/wkiy rates
10% o for w Il room

SNear NAS JAX $350
mo $50 dep., incl.
r hone power.
Ca I Sandy 908-4016
Normandy area ndy
$410mo. 904-449-1548

Village area. ver Ig
priv ent. fully urn,
120wk. 635-7256



7782 Macdougall Dr.
3/2 1425SF $950

7358 Sweet Pea Trl
3/2 1200SF $835
$200 OFF 1ST

1965 Oak Twist
3/2.5 1516SF $865

3332 Citations Dr.
3/2 1676SF $1075

7917 Collins Bay Ct i SOUTHSIDE
4/2 1716SF $995 7801 Pt Meadows
Drive #3307
8429 Fire Fly Lane 2/2/1 1200SF $1250
5811 Atlantic Blvd.
11631 Tananger Drive 2/2.5 1042SF $750
3/2.5 1440SF $850 $250 OFF 1ST
L1832 Valley Garden Dr
3/2.5 1634SF $1025 354 Van Gough
FENCED, 3/2.5 1937SF $1175
ICW 262 Cezanne Circle
13198 Ebbtide Court (Florentine Sub.)
3/2 1940SF $1125 3/2 1937SF $1150
12615 Stockwood Ln
3/2 $875 WESTSIDE
PATIO HOME! 593 Radnor Lane
3/2 1296SF $875
2077 St. Martin
3/2 1600SF $1025 8038 Beaver Creek
3/2 1268SF $925
2125 Fairway Villas 4471 Loveland Pass
3/2 912SF $775 Drive West
3/2 1374SF $1050
3840 Hideaway Ln. 8018 Loveland
3/2 1356SF $895 Pass South
3/2 1569SF $1050
1624 Twin Oaks $250 OFF 1ST
3/2 1272SF $775 MONTH RENT!

1290 Highfield 4488 Loveland
3/2 1725SF $1250 Pass Drive
FENCED YARD! 3/2 1510SF $1050

1827 Shannon Lake 9255 Whisper Glen
3/2 1350SF $885 Drive North
4/2 1450SF $995
4443 Windergate Dr. 7726 Arancio Drive
2/2.5 1280SF $725 3/2 1200SF $860

12102 Dividing Oaks 9295 Whisper Glen
Trail East Drive North
4/2 2800SF $1795 3/2 1745SF $1025
642 Purcell Drive
4271 Windergate 3/2 1359SF $900

2/2.5 1280SF $750
$300 OFF 1ST

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

4092 Clearbrook Cove
3/2 1875SF $1095

8048 Lexington
3/1 1284SF $675

6790 Plum Lake Dr.
3/2 1465SF $950

6051 Massie Circle
3/2 1157SF $895

1301 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1215

1330 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1225

UrAu.faidratmAmananamntanmru. J.n

435 Rooms
to Rent

WESTSIDE off Roosevelt
Blvd. Newly remod.
quiet and nice, unfum'd
no pets $110wk +
$190dep. 881-4980

440 Vacation/
boat ramp dock,
$1500 weekly. Also 2/1.
$800wkly 352-473-3818
$750wkly/mnthly rental
all fum. 904-612-1900
St. Augustine$695wk.
352-376-9644 www.

Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
505 Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale
515 Retall/Office Space
for Rent

50 Industrial
For Sale
A 3.94Acre, corner lot,
Ratliff Rd & US1, 3ml. S.
of Callahan. Comm.
BIdg w/Irg prkg lot.
$2800m. rental Income.
0 dwn to qualified buyer
904- 509-0785/765-7813
505 Industrial
For Rent
OR 2100sf w/carpet &
a/c ofc $650 or $735
Call 725-1437
New Ofc/Wrhise, 1500SF-
Call 813-6242
S'SIDE 5400sf w/house
approx. 800sf office.
20'd/high Southside/195
Subleasing BELOW
going rate. $2600 ncl. tax
&Util. 904-982-9160

507 Businesses
507 For Sale

Monthly Gross $100k+.
St. Aug. 904-860-5600
for sale.

510 Office Space
For Sale

ATL Beach office bldg for
sale. 4,000 SF. Atlantic
Blvd Frontage. Call
Heather Minter 370-0709
or Brandon McCullers
962-0101. Grubb & Ellis
I Phoenix Realty
515 Office Space
For Rent

2450SF OFFICE West-
side, Ricker Rd.
$2400mo. Call Marty
Suites Avail Now! Class
A, Waterview, Furnished.
$500- $1250.904- 730-8111
OFFICE Custom Inte-
rior Great Locatipn. 975
sq. +t. Water Included in
rent. 904-714-9097
NEWII Brand new
office space. Near San
Jose/ BayMeadows.
Incl. Internet, parking,
phones. Sarah 355-6000
3118 W. Edgewood Ave.
100-10Ksf, Single Multi
or Lrg Co. Util. Incl.


Gary Montour (904) 358-1206

550 Business
555 Distributorships/
I Franchises
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
or Borrow
570 Mortgages Bought
and Sold

550 Business
550 Opportunities

station located on
Abercorn St. in Savan-
nah. Business only for
sale. 912-604-0156 or
eves 912-927-0405
SHOP In Fleming Isl
Plant $90k gross-'04
Must sell/obo 38&5805

RT turnkey, state of
the art machines. Immed.
pos. cash flow. 880-8363

Liquor License, 4COP; Duval
County, $200,00
Call (904) 631-6917
CTRS NatL Franchise
Local Oppty. 269-6909
Rest's. 80K 30K 150K 155K
1M. Dry Cl 75K 90K 365K
440K. Club 5M obo, 2.2M.
SPA 175K. 4 homes 285K
Lynn Polley/ Frankel
273-0125. Best 962-0844

Education and
600 Private Instruction
610 Specialty Training/

605 Schools

Class May 13-15
Superior Instructlon
(904) 269- 2555

1 Week Day Class May 16
8 Week Eve Class May 18
Superior Instruction
(904) 269-2S55

700 Domestic
Baymeadows area.
Honest, Dependable,
Good Ref's. 642-9003

702 Customer
702 Service

100 POSITIONS -Start
Monday May 16th.
Inbound Cust Svc,
Flexible FTand PT hrs
avail. Custom Staffing
Inc. will be holding an
OPEN HOUSE for these
positions on Tues and
hours May 10 & 12 from
7:30am to 7:00pm at
9995 Gate Parkway N.,
Suite 100. Call
904-338-9515 Fax
resumes 904-338-9520

*7 06 Accounting/

For expanding S'side Co.
2-4yrs exp. Invoice A/R
& Inventory. Mass 90
exp. a plus. Fax resume
& salary req's to
Controller 904-737-6253

707 Driver

class A, B & D local
Apply in person: at
Pitman Produce, 5400
LongleafSt DFWP

CLASS B CDL. Exc Pay &
Benefits. Great Work-
ing Environment, Come
Join The Seaboard
Team!! Throwers, also
needed. Apply at 445
IGP. 904 8250991
WANTED $10 hr Ben-
efits 3541669 for appt.

Woodsman Kitchens
& Floors, FT exp'd
Hrs: 5a-2pm. Exc.
bnfts. Salary neg.
Some overtime.
Call 904-641-8336

OPERATORS for tank
container operations
Jacksonville. 2 yrs exp.
Tank & Hazmat end
orsement reqd. Call
Walter @)Dana Trans-
port 800-733-3262

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
*Co. starting gay
*0/OP pay $.85/mile
+ fuel supplement
n$.01 Safety Bonus
H Medical Dental 401k
e$25 Weekly Service
*Paid First 2 Weeks

Call G reg a@
800-723-3424 for info

For Roll Off truck. Drug
Test required. Call
696. 7843 or 696-9708
CDL-A, 2 yrs exp. SE
region, home nights &
wknmds. 904- 358-1322.

Class A CDL with
H Endorsement
required. If you are an
experienced driver or
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-
ing bonus, new pay
pkg & full benefits.
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL 32209
(904) 764-4516
88. 547-6649
Driver wanted to oper-
ate Peterbilt tractor.
Good Pay. Produce
experience a plus 3 yrs
0 R experience
required. Call 641-6929
3 yr CDL. Clean MVR.
S art $10/hr 783.-0556

Dump Truck
only apply.
Clean MVR. Great
benefit package,
vacation pd holidays,
401K. health and
dental insurance.
Apply at:.
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 X106,



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707 Driver

Pay by the load +
bonus plan. Excellent
benefits. Apply 8160
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Suite 300 504. EOE

Flatbed Driver
Atlantic Truck Lines. CDL
Class A in state Fl only.
$750/avg week. Safety
bonus $1,000, vacation
& benefits
Call 1-877-328-7512
$9.75/hr+bnfts, 272-4718


Experienced driver
with a good MVR.
Competitive salary &
Benefits package.
New Line Transport

for Jacksonville area.

710 Industrial/

2yrs min exp. Appren-
ticeship training avail.
EOE, DFWP. 757-6633
ERS- with exp. Com-
mercial & resid.Comp
pay & benefits. DFWP
Globe Electrical Con-
tractors Jax 260-9900
St Aug 810-0900

Dozer, trackhoe for
pipe crew. Great
enefjts, health,
dental, pd holidays,
Vac, 401K EOE DFWP
Apply at:
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

Honest & good references.
CALL 642-9003

For custom home &
commercial contractor.
Salary, bonus & bnfts.
Fax resume 904-223-3075

Must have clean MVR Need commercial
Must have class A CDL. installer for sectional &
Home every night. Full rolling steel doors.
benefits. Min. 2 yrs Steady work.Apply
driving exp. Must also Overhead Door Co. 6884
be willing to work in N. Phillips Parkway Dr.
warehouse loading & 268-1627
Please fax resume to GLAZIERS Exp'd Glaziers,
478-475-4382 att: Rusty Fabricators & helpers
Drivers Lic nec. Mac's
Glass & Mirror, Inc. 1651
Blanding Blvd. Jax,
Lee & Cates Glass is hir-
OWNER OPERATORS ing Exp. Commercial &
NEEDEDTO PULL OUR Residential Glaziers.
NEEDEDS 401(K), Paid Vac. Hosp.,
ALANREGIONAL Section 125. Call Bob in
We provide equip- R9043544643.
sticker. Plenty of TORS Exp'd. needed
work for experienced in Jax area for immed.
owner operators who hire. 919-414-8128 or
have a good MVR 404-817-9990
and want to be home
FUEL PRICE HELD Needed for brand new
@ 1.25gal. luxury garden apart-
New Line Transport meant community in
1-888-714-0056 Orange Park area.
Team attitude & dedi-
TRUCK DRIVER PT *cation to excellence
TRUCK DRIVER- PTA required. Please fax
Must have had class A resume to 904-777 4076
CDL for a minimum of 2
yrs. $16.84/hr + ben- MAINTENANCETECH.
efits. 24yrs old. Cell for apartments, HVAC,
phone req'd. Clean DL. Plumbing electrical
Call 354-4855 M-F, exp. Appy in person
10am-noon 115 South Third St. Jax
Beach or fax resume to
709 Aviation 904-249-2011. EOE
PAINTER for commercial
office ark, up to $15/hr
W,1lIq-t-liRUAiiT-itiP + bnrfs. Midtown Cen-
for Christian Business ter. Fax 396&6366DFWP
with FAA 145 Repair PAINTERS Trans & tools
Station to do repairs req'd w/exp. 899-2229
and overhauls on HablaEspanol 887-0724
ponents. Should be
uent in electrical and
electronic work. Pipelayer
mechanical and Hillman, Taiamn.
hydraulic work a plus. Laborers, Good
A&P license a plus. Fax benefits health,
resume to 292-1204. dental, pd holidays,
___________ V ac, 401K EOE DFWP
710 Industrial/ FLORDAROADS
710 Trades 10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106
Exp onlyatTop pay. ERS & LABORERS for
Health dental, comp Stucco Co. Call Chuck
vehicle. DFWP 620-0081 or Diane 904-556-3131 or
A/C Co. seeking Exp'd 904,491-5210
Service Tech. & Helpers. PLUMBERS & HELPERS
Resid'l/Light Comm. For new construction
Salary & Bnfts based on Crockett Plumbing.
skili level & position. 904-387-0176 DFWP.
Apply Bowman Heating 9-37176 DFP
Air: 7523 N. Main St. PLUMBERS &HELPERS
AC/REF COMMERCIAL Wanted: a few good
SERVICE TECH exp'd people to work
Min 3 ears experience, for growing co. Top pay
Call 260-0464 & bnft pkg. Ph. 732-5554
PLUMBERS Experienced
AC & REFRIGERATION TOs P h Yve dr,,ers
TECHS Good payand Ice.se Call Plurrb Pal.
benefits. Call 387-2106 Inc 3t 246-8a56
TECHNICIAN : tI 1: 4: 1 :
HVAC INSTALLER ; Experience Required
Min 5 yrsexp. Toppay Great bene-is Helpers
& benefits. Year round aes up to $14i hr. Full
work. Call 247-0033 Ins & other br.hs Call
AC DUCT INSTALLERS Darley's Plumbin. M F
For residential new 8am 3prm 27 148-M
construction only. POOL SERVICE TECH
All About Air& More. for Chemical Onl, Ser
DFWP vrce Co FT nc. Waends
Call (904)724-2854 NO e p npedeo-a ili
i IJiW IM.tf ,mI ]:-!Te irair.r CDL le a plus Out
For residential home not reqo' Drug screen
builder to install win- Cal Carey 636.oC0o.
@904-646-5793 ext 111 NEEDED ASAP.
SExp ,n 3 all- hpi- atnons a
ASSISTANT Pil TruckTonoi pu;1
$18o00 an hour Pl.s
SUPERINTENDENT Ber,.i ,LS 9. 219 07-..
Needed for Jacksonville ELECTRICAL SERVICE
area. Must have big box SIGN TECri F T .p u.
retail construction exp. w/clean FL DL S'side
Exp. constructing Wal- rax res 396 3777. email
mart stores a plus. -.r r,:.-.n'-l'..ur,
Travel required. Excel --
benefits. Fax resume SUB NEEDED 1o ins tall
865-524-9195 hurric ne clips & rods
Call 904 237 0611
Auto Glass Installers ,,alRI9 TENrNT &
Lee & Cates Glass is hir- SUPERINTENDENT &
ing 3 Exp. Adto Glass PROJECT MANAGER-
Installers. Exc. Benefits Needed Corrmmercial
401(K),Paid Vac. Hosp., construction. minimum
Section 125. Call Bob in 5 e3- ep i.i resu-me
HR @904-354-4643. lo" 21llul
BIG DOG FRAMING Exp'd Ryland Homes
Carpenters only. Franz is seeking an experienced
at 591-5055 Superintendent A Cuslonier
Service Technicians.
CABINETMAKERS Excellent bener.-s. sal
W/EXP. Join our team ary & bonus program
and make premium plus auto allowance.
wages. Call757-3964 Fax resumes confiden-
CARPENTER Able to lay /F/D/V41Dr2245.
out hse & do walk thrus alcohol screen
for punch out. Transp. a required.
must. 726-1750
WiCARPENTER on -CDL B -Exp only. Pay
struction for Lead
iram.ng. laDouM
gunch out Great pay. Marine
oeneitns401K Transpt IJ, Trade
nec. Call Linda 268 8780

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Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must.Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800 693- 7838
For framing on W'side.
Top pay, vac. & Hol.
pay. Lead positions
available 904-591-8475.
enced. Cad/Cam Design
a must call Barry Smith
Atlanta based concrete
construction company
for jobs in the Jackson-
ville, Daytona &
Orlando areas. Com-
getitive pay/benefits.
rug screen req'd. Fax
resume 678-947-9984 or
Ph. Millard 770-527-8116
Start $12/hr. Merit Shop,
w/bnfts. DL a must.
EOE. Call 904 262-9985


Large national
homebuilder seeks
Builders in St. Johns
Duval, Clay, and
Nassau County.
Candidates will work
with homebuyers as
well as subcontrac-
tors. Strong organi-
zational and com-
munication skills
needed. Must be
organized, detail
oriented, self-moti-
vated, and a team
player. Competitive
salary and excellent
benefits. Fax resume
and salary require-
ments to (904)
940-1287. EOE, DFW.

CDL Class B req.
SHOP- Full time gd
benefits 786-5503
Exp nec, need CDL &
Clean MVR, Apply in
person at 15153 North
Main St, 714-4001. DFWP

Exp. nec Apply at 2107
New Berlin Rd, Clean
CDL req'd 757-7000

National Dredging Co.
has immed. opening for
Admin. Coordinator.
19 on / 9 off schedule.
Travel req'd. Valid DL
req'd. HS Diploma req'd,
some college pref'd.
Applicants must have
3+ years Clerical exp. &
Comp. proficiency in MS
Word, Excel, or Similar.
Fax resume to Sarah at
Long Term Jobs In Gulf
Coast Shipyards. 3 to 5
Years of Experience in
Marine or Industrial.
Hair follicle drug test
Good Rates, Perdiem
Call 800-825.-5452
HKA Construction

712 Mechanic

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
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32209
888.547- 6649
EOE. Drug Free Work
Exp. Mechanic needed.
Must have tools & good
DL. Exc. pay. 874.4054
lax area. Shop/Mobile
Days/Nights. Good
starting pay w/ ben-
efits. Call 904695-7045.

tools, dean driving
record. Bckgmd, ref ric
A drug test. Exc pay
W'sde 695-1471
Jax area. Good starting
pay, bnfts 904-695-7045

713 Legals

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 e-mail

715 Management/
715 Professional

for Local Glass Co.
Fax resume & salary
req's to: 904-387-8715

715 Professional

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

RBHS has the following
Specialist. Adults
BA/BS in Human Ser-
vices field or AA/AS
plus experience
Juvenile Justice
Masters in MH or SW
req. Exp. w/population
pref. Rotates Weekends.
Case Manager.
BA/BS in Human Ser-
vices. Entry Level.
Case Manager.
BA/BS in Human
Services or exp.
For more info,
please call 743-1883.
Apply in person
(9ajl.-4 i(n., M- F only) or
mail resumeto
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Fl0oor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743-5109.

720 Medical
Exc salary and great
benefits. EOE. Fax
resume 904 399- 8838
licensed onlyfor Granny
Nannies 731-2100
Experience a plus.
Fax resume 904- 264- 6833
Billing/Medisoft exp req.
W'side. Fax 771 2002
Lake Butler Hospital
For further information,
please visit our website:
(386) 496-2323,
FAX (386)496-1611
I Pl][rP,1 ni 41:lIonf1mli
Licensed, certified. FT
or PT for infertility
practice. Please fax
resume 399-5645
Exp. nec. Exc. benefits.
Fax resume: 260- 3170

720 Medical

Lake Butler Hospital
Excellent opportunity for
exp'd MA to work within
a small, one- provider,
family & pediatric clinic.
Patient care & some
administrative duties.
M-F no weekends.
Excellent benefits & pay.
For further information,
please visit our website:
FAX (386)496.1611
With exp. Hrly. F/T, bnfts
Fax resume 904-264-6833
FT + PRN, 2 yrs exp. Up
to 10 hr days. Week.
ends and holidays off.
Fax resumes to:
(904) 731-9391. EOE.
FT, 2 positions, Merrill
Rd. & Callahan. Exp.
req. Ben avail, fax res.

in a clinical setting or
currently inactive;
apply your education
and experience in the
Medical Service field. If
you are ready to step
away from the stress
and difficult hours of
nursing, consider a
sales position in the
hospital market. A
dynamic, growing
company is expanding
into Northern Florida
and is seeking several
qualified representa-
tives. To find out more,
fax your resume to
804- 360- 5291.

RBHS has the follow-
ing openings avail-
able immediately to
people who want to
make a difference in
the lives of others:
Charge RNs -
Great Differential
FT Evenings, Nights, No
Weekends required I
Charge RNs -
Weekend Baylor
FT Days, FT Nights
Mental Health Techs
FT, PT, PRN, direct care
Activities Technician
FT, Child/Adolescent
Office Assistant
FT, Assists in various I
locations |
For more info, I
please call 743-1883.
FT positions offer benefits.
I always welcome.
Apply in person
(9a.m. 4pn.m., M-F only)
or mall resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743-5109.

River Garden Hebrew Home
Always Recruiting for the Best!

Contact Human Resources, 11401 St.
Augustine Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32258,
(904) 2601818, Fax (904) 886-7768.
Drug Free Workplace.

720 Medical

Apply 1701 Park Ave.
(904) 278-& 1225 or
Fax resume to 278-1225

Disease management
company needs exp.
case manager to
supervise independent
case managers
throughout the US. Fax
resume 904-541-0443
Attn. HR

Needed for Medicare
visits. Please Ruth @

723 Dental
ASST. Exp'd Prof., Team
member. Mand. area
Fax resume to 733-6230
CERAMIST with exp.
exc salary, health Ins
retirement, bonus Call
272-8908 for appt.
Modern Baymeadows
office. Exp. pref.
448.9669 Fax 448.9560

724 Education
PT at The Cambridge
Prep School of Ponte
Vedra. Great benefits.
Call 285-7997

7 Office/
725 Clerical

CLERK EARN $17-$28/hr,
Filing, Mortgage Ins.
Refunds. 904 3461147

Medical, 401K. Fax
resume to 904-730-9913
FT/PT; People oriented
multi-tasker. Days Inn,
I-95/W. Univer. 733-3890

735 Restaurants/

No exp nec. 772-7099
M-F 8:30-10:30am or
5-7pm for information
Counter Clerks & -
Call Malabar

Jacksonville's Biggest
Gentleman's Club
Day/Night Available
64 5500
CALL 757-7370
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will tramin-AM /PM,
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Wackos 399-1110
Bartenders and Waitstaff
JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar in lax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 645. 5500

1409 Kingsley Avenue, Suite 9G

SiNear Orange Park Medical Center Zoned CPO
1o 3-5 Year Lease Term 2,900 S.F. Available

SFor Sale



The City of Jacksonville
One Organization...So Many

Skilled craft work in the installation,
maintenance, and repair of plumbing and
heating equipment. Qualified candidates
must possess a Certificate of Competency
as a Journeyman or Master Plumber issued
by the City of Jacksonville and must
maintain same during 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.

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

Financial and Administrative
Professional accounting work in
overseeing Financial Systems, Financial
Reporting and coordinating annual
financial audit.

Classroom Teacher
Professional work requiring knowledgeable
in early childhood development, or a
related field, and have experience working
with at-risk children birth through age 5.

Please visit our website at www.coj.net for detailed job
information and application instructions. NOTE: Most
jobs close within one week of advertisement. 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 eligible vet-
erans and eligible spouses.


22 Jax Alr eWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 12, 2005
735 Restaurants/ 830 Child 905 Articles 945 Gare 955 Household
Hotels Care J For Sale j Sales Furniture
Line Cooksishwashers YOUR LITLE ONE Lots AND RELATED ITEMS. 5/14 B-4 10959 Traci Honey Pine Dining
& PT BUS PERSON. of TLC. San Jose area. CALL 904-631-9439 Lynn Dr. 696-1757 FI)' Rm table w/Ileaf and
r Ref av 37 BUARL remodeling, urn/ GE Range never used 300
119N. 1s st.Nef'st.943747155 1.-AIRHOKYTAB"I misc. Sat 8-12. 1601 Crib Mattress $20; White
SLike ne $35 obo.Entertainment Center
THE GO.LF CLUB cAT al24w95377 o Aletha Dr. off Lone St appr .4ft wideand 5ft
SOUTHHAMPTO Services for info BRYEILLE off Ford gh $100; 19" TV
oUTH HAMPTON Services for info. Rd. Sat 5/14 Sam-2pm w/remote $50; Call in
SEV B ND fo 1202S CLEANING CASHREGISTER,pricing 4 Sunowa Springs Fruit Cove 230-9181 or
EVER ART TIFFANY'SCLEANING CASH REGIER, pricing Trail, clothing'sport-email
HAmpteon 315 AF Residential & Comm. guns, desk chairs, stained ing goodsbookshome rose.sally gmail.com
S amp n b Licensed & Bonded glass windows, real decor / much more!! for more ino. or pics.
Way St. Augustine 904807-8454 wooden desk, finished E. ARL -comm wide FURNITURE Black
(904) 27-7529 Ext. 208 w shelves, 260-0023 sale. Sat 8-12n. The leather Q-Sleeper
(9 729 Ext. 208 Harbour Betw Monu- couch; Lazy-Boy
waitresses, Bartenders 845 Electric/ COMFORTER F/S & ment/ St. Johns Bluff. black leather
Da ns, C s eDPlumbing TI Multi colored E. ARL -furn, thg swivel rocker; couch
Doorman, Cook & DJ Pl .croch e t Bed- Etoys, books. nlothan print floral, Coordi-
Call 399-1110 -spread, barely antoys, broll-toks Ethan nating chair; Gold chair
___________ ____ EASTERDAY PLUMBING used, $35904-649542 9-2927 Wilesdon Dr. 264-3486
Low prices. Drain clean-uW$5J66432246WiFuodrmeadT
745 Sales ing,. slab leaks, repipes, Dark green faux Suede W. Jax 32246 ..frm ..d.. TV
water heaters. Insured. sofa and matching sLakewoodHELGreat qalitd
SALES in JacksonvilleMC & Visa Acceed. reclining chair 450 ING SALE! 6307 Mercer Great quality and
SALES-in Jacksonville, easterdayplumbing.com Lifecycle $125 Ken- cir E. Furn. Clothes, cap Ceyl i 3ur1
Exp reqd, Good pay 4633202 #CFC1426179 more dryer$50.00 excellent Books. AppsHsewares, canemail pture.
benefits. Incentives, condition 882 1290 etc... Sat 5/14. 8:30 3:30 4 GUN CABINET: 10
bonus 877-445-7341 LawndService-aping Desperateg glass doors, with
or n~dl er.r870 Lawndsce-ing DMANDARIN-LrargeeSale, uce
us870Family leading area Sat7:30-2. 11487 fullstorageN o rth e a s t F lo r d a
ForSfnisgytaler. has Paks Karate Wandering Pines Ln. underneath. Asking
$40,00$100000 CLEAN-N-GREEN ch rne Mandarin Multi Family- $125. Call Mike
Plus Benefits! Lawn Service starting at count for free pads call Sat 8-2; antiques, furn, 904-819-0975
Call Keith 783-385 $19.00. Pressure cnfreascl glassware, baby items, ND BRD-n + 2 night
Washing at $49.00. For 912 576-4035 plants, lots of goodies, stanBRis $50 Kit ti +4
SALES REP g M r t and Southeast Georgia is
Extensive travel in FL 904-626-6879 STOVE- whirlpool MANDARIN N'Hood Sale, veS
G$Extensive travel inFL $u 200/SET; white Hood Landing Bluff @ ol New C"ond blue=
GA. SC, NC for national LAWN SERVICE & metal bunkbeds Julington Crk Sat 8a-3p I=$700 SeC blu75
pemfg compay and ben- POWER WASHING twin/ll $6; leather- 264-1974
petitve pay and ben- Serving North Clay Co. loveseat end-table$175 Mandarin Sat 8; furn,. 2641974
fits package plus exc service. Mil/senior set; 20 armchairs $60 baby items, ciths, misc. MIRROR
bo 828-32-80esumes to disc. Call 9044498345 220-6489 12695 Wilderness Ln. E. All beveled with
E-mailto plineberger@ Double Eddie Bauer MOVING! furn for x6lesstnyr
vondrehle.comM Baby Stroller Excel- sale 2 sofas, over- 56x66 less than Ilyr
wNo8 pho l Massage lent condition $100.00 sized chair, Otto-f inaid $480 sacri-
www.vondrehle.com call 573-2863 man. double bed. 3 fice $270. Call 509-9113
end tables. Call New Chippendale
#1 Choice in JaX For Sale Edge 491 641-8339. Must Sell! T design hardwood
50 Teh a Relaxingatmosphere RecumbantBike $200 N'SIDE HUGE GARAGE china cabinet
SotTechnical/ obo 912-882-7671 NSAE H 1 ARd cherry finish,
7 Incall 9-6, Oatcall9- SALE 1773 Davis Rd.
750 ET_ hnic_ b91-82- _517137DsR _d__ _- Local businesses benefit from-the military and civilian personnel who
Engineering Credit Cards MMtS3 G r 5/13- S/15 7-till. Rain lighted, glass-and mir- Local businesses benefit from-the military and civilian personnel who
MC"ENNEE- 24-89 Q Ge.e..ator Sears day 5/21-22, Grill, roredbeautifu detail
CHEMICAL ENGINEER-2 2428998 Craftman 46 amp Linen, Clothes, Kitchen call 912- 227-0930
vrs exp. Bachelor's l 5600?watt10HP. S & Baby Items. OLD IRON BED
e e-Chemicalgallon. NeverUsed. Double with rails
Engineering. ZabattInc. Reail$800,Sell $750 O.P.-N'hood sale. Sat. l$40. Tall old iron
es 8 o 0 Drr' Lake a s bed with rails $65. buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them
TELEPHONE HOTDOG CART with all Peoria-#4055 Cedar Rd. 904- 269 5883
SYSTEMTECHS accessories. $1800 Lawn/office/home
Exp w/various phone 994-291-5112 furniture, pool items, OUTDOOR PA0IO
systems. Send resume kitchen items, books, SET- iw/6 chairs

F 45gm O5Eramai, HOTzTUr o1 ,4Bet glass areh$ VR, s1uaegalls tle know what your business has to offer by advertising in one or all of
ITe 650 xt or erc2a8d freew/waterfallUnused, lounges, tools, clothing, 803-4184
6459077xt28 Merchanise w/lifetime warron shell, exercise eqpmnt. Cor-
900Antiues heaterumbin detail 00 s fee/sod a, donuts UN SIZE
Warehouse iues asking $3700 737.1711 served. --1 WAKERRED, black
752 Warehouse 9Applancses HOTTUB-ECLIPSE sea. ORNGEPARK everything 75obo the military publications distributed at the local bases in the area.
MON-FRI $&8$10/HR 910 Arts & Crafts hardly used. Inc $200 between Dr s Lake 904-249-9460
SEEKING PICKER 915 Building Supplies $8 bo. 904-880-1416ody Rd. 2748
PACKER/WHSEKASSOC. 920Business/8Oce 0 Birchwood 264 .3486, SEC1ONALSOFA,
Must have year exp. Collectablesand MIRROR- 4FTX5FT be Livingrm Furn. & lots 2nd Sofa Loveseat
sForklift exp needed- Collectables and MIRROR -4FTX5FT bev- more I May 13th & 14th I olive/gold 3 coordi-
DFWP Inventoreexp a Jewelry eled glass ornate, $600 8am-2pm nating tables 2 -
l us. Ask for Pam 92SComputer Obo. A 6 169 ie.mpo2 cui .:... -'.i r',
M -right. 904-584-010892Craft/Thrift Stores pLATFORMBED IN$7s ORANGE PARK MultiS. $180 4164
Frigh.6904-584-01087 FamilySale. S31 8 12.
M 6Electronics Solid Oak Hutch $250; 3262 Dowitcher Ln SOFA & OVERSIZED
H930 Fa EGPanting Nordic Trac Wght Set CHAIR -E, - lL031
SHIP/REC-EG&G, P/T 935Fruits/Vegetables $100; Planters; 777-4678 ORANGE PARKSouth rim tOO match
1-3 yrs exp warehousing. el Fri-Sat 8- ,, In. k iq Sia i able SI,, -
Em a il re su m esE n E 940- G arde r /L awn94C lAd/H e ata/Fu ee clt--23 2-0L o e a -- -0 6 3
eggresume@yahoo.com 945GarageSales POOL TBL Antique, Pre 22-23 202. t ih c 29 15 Q63
1919. Brunswick-Balke f Lane cloth- .. SOFA SL EPEr11
WAREHOUSE/INVEN 90 Household/Fu niture $3000obo. 904-249-0018 o'dove eat and
/r skiing Ce rk 960 Machinery and Tools UjSAD OO D SL i.,9 rd4..91.3789
378-4466. We dOrugTest. 966 Medical RECORDS Overi L $800 s SUBvDIVION &AT.
970 Musical Merchandise/t records $500 firm. Must eSaovg Fri r TABLE, o a .
take 513-08 Sat, 8-4 m. n 0F ra e isni
WAREHOUSE P/T M-F Services take all. 288-0879 13th & 14t .10 airs.a F v i
12pm-Spm. Reliable & 975Photography SEAFARER RAINGEAR Seattle Slew Land Lou ..a inm24r .. iensl.
able to lift 50 Ibs. For 980Sporting goods T Incs BIB jackethat ofstuf pr ,,no
order pickingacking 990 Wante d to Buy $110 ph 264-6364 ask SAN JOSE Sat 9.1 -10- 3e C31'2--
assemb ipping. orae 7- T0 inform ation, C le
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D AEOEStainless Steel Headoard w/rails. SPRINGFIELD FRI & SAT. L 904 33
Security OfficersFT wih faucet $100 $150. as set. Will sell Antiques Gal ,er manS eas .:a
SUPERVISORS, FLEX 904-646- 9542 separate. 513-4867 25 years of ccilr e. ting 9041 24.-
OFFICE Ex P required.
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Cnall 904-737.949 $20 90"4-399-8327 p ageforctrips, excel-F x9. 4io -2 r
lentcondition $50.0O S'S. Kernan 12103 Basalt sheeo_ Includes
FREEZER-Kenmore (912) 673-7565 furn, shirts, COc,iiare. metal Tr 3m,. bi sur.-

TACTICAL TV uMusHThor TVDO RO 7micro.Sat- Sur. 66/2 5 i ner9 $5 -^.
nb ck nUPRIGHT $150 obo U ,_:3er. paol Iner. 7S-5
OFFI CE RS Kingland Ga n Spa Leisure Bay W'side 2 Family Yard 1276 12
$795/wk. Paid travel. 729-8909 after 5pm .TDigital control panel SaleSat&Sun53.-QuIn Knlda Saiu BY
lodging and per diem.cover with lift steps Dr Everything ,t ., r" n i lr:,.-
lary or police exp. Kenmore Washer & chemicals and war- een ing :
req'd. o | Dryer in good cond. ranties $ 3,000 like new W'SIDE Antq's i. 9L-, r,,::-6''r II ,
Supervisors,$10both run Great call 912 573-1076 lectablesrummaneg 0 .
Executive protection, Call 291-763170 sale.2203HarritEnSi S
Taticalofficers. Serieskenmore STOVE GEelec Fri-Sat 8-5 Maciner
Stateside only S lide in kit self & Tools
sAtd iness steel topBargain Hunters Galoreo ope
CA si88Wo39& i&1 side by side 25cuft cleaning oven )c
www.spealRespome.com white lyr new exc works $50. 779-7327. l 743 BOBCAT DIESEL 1990
755 Miscaeu 509-9113 or291-6503 garageosaleyat The n3800 904.4'71352 ,s, '
W/D Keonmord e good Cogrillingsurface$500. Spaces Starting r. c c
cond.$200 for both, 2 ICall904 264-7142 or $7/Day T .
S AVONREPS whitkit cabinets, $300 -947838.4764 9Ramon786-FLEA M i"Pl ' rCL H. 1-
T Sell Avon. Fun for both. obo262-8084 904..BO a8-0 R17 6a dI 05 E
way to earn 4, 9V63"0HD V one 50 Tb GRAre 4 k.'.ra 1, ... 1
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from you firstfour 4 5ydb/o like noe9w, $50 y.ord,%C l g y L17 .u,-,.. Bran- a 2570
campaigns. Great 20-4400/480-628-4915 379-0000 Cll1bOd 3 r,' r1 -nuS01
opportunity.RShannon00. u 3ain 90.-crr
912-510-0641 WASHER.&,ODRYERRwMURRAY 42 8cui 1.-r.
nX-Large1IFORSC riding lawn m,-,Ir
BENCH JEWELER-wth 4spdikenew JAtChirsses-Perfect cr.eenl Man.' i- 6
experience Pt o T $385 set ShirtsShoes.Perfectl scr00en M' n tr
ApIy wiin 904-s 993318 lighted black wood TV PN pictures. cr
BlvdEntertainment Center. projector ec $600 bo th

DAY CARE WORKERS 4 HeavydutyLarge WOODEN SWING- $2 ... C.ii 24 777 45
-Green Cove Springs capacity many set- WOODEN SWING _
area, now hiring tings Great condition both SET with slide LAWNMOWER -,r
904-28-1446$12 6 84$50. Located in SCAG STAND -nir Musical
904-284-1444 $125.00268-2482 L onbase housing. 1 commercial ....,:,e, 970. Merchandise/
GOPHER/OFFICE HELP- WASHER-Kenmore Call 247-5377 $400. for either one Serc h ies
gddriving rec, $8.50/hr $50 Kingland Ga Daniel573.9874729-40_13_IIpr
4820 Phyllis St. 388- 1398 729-8909 after 5pm 57-84 Arts & Crafts3/ l RI9874p3 1u ,er e Uprih
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HOUSECLEANERS Hobbies lyrsold, new I,rt. r A. MUS ll Ew
Needed. Car/ins 905 Articles l|yexc. conditiAn .-. a' ,,. Ma us13 t 1 cllOb
required. Must have M 1 For Sale RADOCONTROL 742-7066/22-.7!2 rn 9., 21r4, 1 .. \
clean background. F/T Airplanes with radio, c12E___ _,__ ,:27
No wknds $9.00/hr. No I engines, many other
exprequired. 730-7201 ALUMINUM extras mostbrand oth Household PIANO Br erIato o d
.new$ rT. Call 777-4981 Furniture a-matchingDench.
ST.AGE SHED- nee$1,000. raq777-498i6Io9$00 ____ri__e
MAINTENANCE HELPER- 08x0 Great con- .'matchinSec
FT, experience re d for M AI 60ai atn] u i ess nights0stands..0
commercial property 908-0531 Buildings BDRM SUIT Qnn. n mat iPIANO Eerett
trURco.Aga ForSale ess box spring, HB 2 cons.ol Ecellent
8641 Baypine Rd Suite 1w a&: 2 8 pumps, filters, light WESTSIDE 2 buildings, s-
RETAIL F/T Inventory everthnexccond 4 ba gar + ofc. $16k. BED-A BARGAIN PIANO urght. Oak
counters for retail ready to go $50obo 904-226-4085 BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC 650.9r Dust ".ffr CailIt
ends. $8-$10/hrto start AQUARIUM 60 gal salBusiness! Mem, Foam From $340 -
serexps. Avano ement. 22LsilQe en Kn $ 1-r' p e 4
x i:ee water intlallpumps 9 Office () 6740415 980 "
benefits. 781-430 IJ filters lights exc cond Goods
RETAIL SALES Fi rready to go! $850 OBO. BED Can"opy queen o d
flexible hrs, S'side gift 215-2443 12 CUBICAL DIVIDERS 1 size, metal stine CEVYAARO-
hopa ft 8H, 5ft L, $30ea. l finish$150'cbo CH CAAO -
soS 946-8 A to Z You save up to C r-993-8544 221-3746 n'rr lxki ng "5500 -
O90% on everything now! ? a Bed- Fullsize M It. Ci S 22'9 955 .
762 Work At Home 8-2265 259-2292 Furniture Refinishing tress metalfra,
72W orkAtHome Fii re/Water Damage Repairs Fsilveri/lower-r 0 1" 2 EE WEIGHT SET
s Boys 1s2 Ainch tue Restorations &, cushion r ..-3 ...... or ch '. '
AS/MBLEATH S SchwannBicycle fr e make worn comfy Space Sa ver 4 0 t .- r, nrInand cr ini
M AEf T S es S excellent condition $ future like new" obo 904-491-799oSvr b r, it d c
$400/wk. Crafts-Sewing 40. can bring to NAS Gator Office Furniture A b r S. 10 o i n s.1 ing c
Jewelry 24hr 390-3939 Jax call 260-3436 (904) 724-6400 BUNKED FUTON .30 C al 610 428 '
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925 Computers 282-0846 Ta55 Ir,.n, G.- 3pi.Fit
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DELL OPTIPLEX 400 $e20 Call 771-0365 Puttrer. Ni,, Bat d 50G Ou
Resumes,.. RAM, 2GB Hard l Flower prints, ve- 1T 9CirEi and 2
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training salary Formal, 8 chairs, Must be in mint con-
slr i'large table, china d ton Reasonably W

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lighted china anda .
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Hu 70" 4chrs, need cover-
* Health Insurance ing, $400 744-2866 Pets and
* Closed Sundays DR SUITE -1930's era i
Mahogany, Broyhill, A.inals -
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ood condo. $2250 101 OPesand Supplies
* Successful track record or be a 73-98 560 Financial services
* Recent College Grad ENTERTAINMENT
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SrClean Background & Driving Record doorfor Stereo com- & Supplies ,
SClean Backgroun ving ecor ponents made by '
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904-291-5221 HERD DISPERSAL
60 heads of cross bred
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to explore your opportunities. lighta.ss tV sta ndr1 Pet's &
cover for entire system
with lighting. Must sell, 010 Supplies
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904 491-7996 Pet World 262-4646

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1 Supplies f1220 Equipment .SUV's SUV's
S& Supplies HONDA CR85R Diftie 03 BMW 325112002, HONDA CIVIC S' 02 TOYOTA PRIUS '02. Low NISSAN P/U w/ topperUV DODGE RAM '89-
BIG SALE! Toy Poodles motocross bike, new Pre Low Miles. $22,988 St#F104, $13988 mi. Must sell fastwon't '86 a/c, but needs cony DODGEan for Senior
h Tzu Rottweler, WAKE BOARD PYLON Circit exhaust, ve ryln 371-4728 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 last long $11,988 or std trans, runs like new. DODGE DURANGO SLT99 pdAAtima SE '93 Van. 1i or

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Bull Mastiff, Pekes, tiny Stainless, Fly High, (2) well mant$1875.38- 0 W 330 c 2002 Auto mo wac. 771-9100 $1980 9 5 4613 $rd5sealeloI. spdlACam/fro Citizncondnw
Poms 2Minpins & Fat Sacs ki. B W 33 Aut.ton&*. Fat S acs /'lPink.it.HONDA S2000' 03 pA $9995c. mlCall P.NC r910 dAi cassette 108Kwell tires & AC. great cond.,
many small cute rhixes $300 386-7787 At HODAMagna '87, Prem Pkg. heated 51#F247 $26,988 TOYOTASOLARASLE'00 PONTIAC Grand AM GT Umaintained0$3000 Mel904-262-8305

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904 5041171 7196 miles, blue seats only 188 3714728K miles. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 mmac condo riced f '99 red $500. Call DODGE RAM '01- 1500 0 R0 904-278-7797
B COXE 7Rtwok h miles, blue s RY9 14728 quikK sale 994. 9 23-722 97SLT1 quad c.nab.- Ide. FoadeO, a9 ca3 1 E
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www.redstckboxers.com ean$3390054833 windshield $2500. Prem Pkg, CO. $28.788. Sedan, ivory pearl, VOLVO $70 GLT'98T5 greatcond, loaded, must FORDESCAPE02.4drred alum wheels $3000. $6975.Ca1169)-9669
Casoe c clean $33,900 545-l8303 1l5 sell this wk$675.-389.-77057- w4728c 0l $ .99 904-619-0831
Awks, CCall for et s -. achmn Class Ce cl S dow rt BM 3714 028A 27X400mi, fact. warr. white w/tan ithr sunrf, SATURN '93. 5spd. s un- F
22loadedxclean 0IOdwey 8/06. Asking $25,500. CD, Exc con. $10,200. roof, 2 doorair.$1950. FORD EXPEDITION '99. X.SP9i5c0b
778-4622 993-1272 Triton $18,900. 5 8303 '02, 750cc, must see to' clean loaded. $d dPrivate 904-264-4220 Call 945-8202 519-8005 Call 772-1221 mRdles C o de ? 8 I d, leaO Dn

SUS AKC 900. 54 8303 $ extras. $4400. Call 371-4728 7 se1900. 8 BEETLE LS UBARU e 5 FRF-150- 95et rs66-289-7288
Blerous PnAonly. $12hmp 9I onbagcmn Bra 501- 501 BMWIXSK 3.200ent2 rF8, R INmi n135 '0 VOLVORS-, a 98,4d, d Saturn SC2 '92 AT, m m o rofnd, A/c, run. -
-n rrop or 2692545 mi 9K. 813238534;.TOYOTA Corolla90, blue FORD 150 Explorer Sport drives gre at $4, 600All the
bloudl8ns Ing84ony 5 ta g 4. 54-33 sl ie- oSLAMME 03 i, cd Pkgl ow mi les, rears$8 Ithrcyl, al hrl ort, 1 PW, cruise, silver $-I0

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nCHIHUAHUA PUPS CK 1 371-4728 bacbamnt 62 e- t $1399. -2 s n ee, loaded $29951 3 l

Mbloodlines ll ren3 ta '- area. BN/WHT owner$8500.285-8677 LEXUS ES300 92 207K. $4000 Call 3875925 VOLVO '86-350 FORD RANGER 02 ONIDS BRAVADA '00
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FRl e E L FeCKe n3-2 ,0. 133lE UICKalEl RE- 22 1 ud, erus g ,l l0 poIcks,.p/steer5ng. TOYOTA Corolla2'88,a/t7 FORDF9-O4X4 '00Crew10 'k m, MA
AS1 p I. rrto 4urne d h ,0AMTFMCD, new batters o a/c, hates r s $1275 Cab. Need to sell fast 22k. Call 703-2290 NISSAN UEST-GXE,
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912-57-7377orueaSwakoud9be 55rd.ndm mernot1- iC CBCREGAO.J 854 runs grat rids ga97.969T51,$9reatr I1 /eer13,5$u Low miles.m srooRY VILLAGER 897

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FeA nl LwmeXea nTOVOTA TACOMA '04 lots of new parts,
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itready/31.sab e&b k orblue AT.r CHEVYAC PWCAMAROi 7- $400. obo. Call Hank blaer s TOMS HAUTLEX 34877 TOYOTA Tundra'02-2-1171
/sRiver, 3M.W 4FP, h ith c ert, OLEM p9 i-U P l P. cruise C -. I -331eu38.o, $1 0220.000 call cab, V6 ,6o0KmC, asking

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GOLDEN R3 ,046EVER Pu oR9ST 9 Di-87729-0014 o8 muTOM $s2e A TO 7 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 AC.rsfroR AUTO, 2NDBUYAUTO.r8co0 TT4350 miles tree

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POMERANIAN PUPPY tan, WHEELERith MAZDAM3 92, transportation, must sell StF3 $24788 JEEP LIBERTY LTD'or must see $3895
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904ab-887-7859 or 207-0091 POCho-US 906EVY0352 al 2 stroke triple, ST2532B$11988 CHEVY Sverado Truck REGENCY CAR DODGE DAKOTA 98 V6, fmsette o 91-872 O
SWhite $400. ba2k $300. ruswll ew C,, leaMtST7AOMBUdrSH TP 3714877 '82,0AT r2s appreciate neto HUMMER HZ03, 28,092- -11

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9043741372 POP-UP 301.31&3841 or loaded. 87975.7779119576-1619 .0 651. 683
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3850 -326-066 $4ice se3nedl o 904-7s382-70021 m s o r 80 K I Sbrakes, sTruns clean. $5950. 772-1221$ 0 Call 2 72-1221
50PAILLON US- equipped to sell. 241- Y 2003, dealer installed options Roadst er '74, ant CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE

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200Aviation SAT tires 289e ACnde A elTm 02'4a-o334- 1sor962 too, cony, red, tan FORD AEROSTAR '92. Grt $14,750Ca2624788 very clean $5600. 4dr, 8ReKmIaAC B CD key- CA ORTRUC'
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mi, 78-128D ricsm4eans",o F 318-3021 now $15,970 389-7700 349$ 8

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So TIRES Michelin r o dr E UK oGIN GMC TRUCKS eds 'STEEN
SUPERcCENTR $90asking4550.Cca7 CHE2MO2TE RCARLOdSS Msubh EclIpse '96 AM T
RATCOERRIER-PU PriJ a owrrain m-s tires green. AT. AC, 311 pwr. '72 MOB -GT parts car
S smder *011/TOWA8LE 3000 miles, new |6 M2cou cash 46r80862 |1C3000 904 28 77 8783x 4 -e .m

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S 20015H.P Mercu 9014-234-0Bea more(9 2-6. SA iNOF -C0. Red. loaded, sharp olack.s good cond. ,
jafe o lli ACURA LEGEND 80092 down 67444 e $2500. Call 7L LAN IL Green n 26 02 228002
S1320 t PT CruIser.$10.988 low mi. need to sell ast Ind '5 0-l
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Boat Dockage & oabevehic7le obo. 90o727.6619 exhaust ex O cond. 1700ml '3. obo.78-779 7200 Blaning Blvd. 777-5600 WESTSIDE DODGE -
Cens Is ftl Ti S S R P36 S 000t A71S2602 Well Maintained.H attheAVENUES kSTEEN VOLVOm
Marine'79, V-8 ate ps, FORD ESCOIRTLX '02. NISSAR ALTIMASE '01 DUVAL ACURA 1672 Cassat Ave. 346 1
2 en S 1-800-6I06 5 0 Elo C6 1NR Ma1 co, SI AIg 3542 167 2 COsGGIN 384656 C T M S S I
24 Tracker party i REGnet 66-289-7ereo s88ow car .4dr AT owmiles. Nice OF ST. AUGUSd

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1275259 or 50d S quality, Must seelian est .s TOM BUSH AUTOPL CREST CHEVROLET 1325CasaAR Ie 99-1900 755 BandingMATHENY LAND ROVER KEN CHANCEY S I722
12 snRVRel *$ WN o K S. T offer over $6000ON N98' 8281 Memll Rd 721-1880 LUCAS HONDA OF JAX LD .

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S to e For Classifi 904781-1450 c upe. V6, AT, CD, A Nssan ES 95' blue4 11211 Atlantic Bvd. 642-1700
Bikes ,CheB Mallbu '13 spoiler, 80k mi, -- dr, new tires, good DULAIILI
A4tO taton 3200 obo Call KEY AUDI t Augustine 353-6797 -
131AUto Par-ts K /Q beds, sof .a/table 8367 Auto. Dara 904-287-2602 262-2356 aftr 5pm

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t40. ucs/Trailers/ $3le50. 9475780 Ho TOD white, clean. 3823254 oA BER JacolePene i
S:SUV CUSC Y Sedan 302C1 C-4 CoAancBA 998 7111 BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC 103 Atlan Blvd 7 300
SrSTERRYSTi31' '99. very ,J ba. CadyAppe $ 268-953 129 223
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Ate I4mil. nmi. oaded. 9000 PLYOUTH NEON 99 1616 Ca2sal Ave 387-6541
_Roadster '74- 887P4435 sT NEOc96 NC. $4988 Lon'gwoc0d0,id0 R 407-3.3-34-t 7447 Blarding Blvd 777-3000
w1 5 V S 950 AntiquSe5.org FL lOU4BuSTHBUC6tCi 1.$-1.988
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aower unit and e14,00firm. Call 1 4Auto2i-oie great car904806.0709 $111.000 obo Call287
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9$3650o 712602WellFORD Mustanga cony. 93
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2000 Bayliner '52 Cuddy q tdool-5. co w s 125Alnti ATv REGENC E RCH ANE SUZUKI
Super Nice $10000 2s0C otfPackage r 2500 M USA oGw50Allnl9 N1121 9850 t Aan~c Blvd 725-09115
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