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Last Leader
VS-30 Holds Final Change Of Command
Page 3


DRMO
The Place To Go For Reutilized Materials
Pages 8-9


THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2005


Hurricane

Guide
Inside This Issue

www.jaxairnews.com


A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER




June 4-7, 1942 -

TOU NG Battle of Midway -


BASE Midway vets 'inspired a new generation'

Road closure Commemoration AL lI


A contractor will be per-
forming roadwork begin-
ning June 17 at 7 a.m.
through July. 1 at 4 p.m. in
the VP-30 parking lot to a
new retention pond locat-
ed across Child Street.
The work includes instal-
ling new concrete equaliz-
ing pipelines from an exist-
ing retention pond to the
new pond. No traffic will be
allowed to cross the con-
struclion site from York-
town Avenue. Construction
and base traffic will be
allowed onto the bypass
road from Allegheny Road.

Vacation Bible
School coming soon
Registration for Vacation
Bible School (VBS) at the
NAS Jax
Chapel
begins
Monday for
all children
ages 5-12. .-
VBS runs July 25-29 from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the
Religious Education
Building 749. This year's
theme is "Kingdom of the
Son, A Prayer Safari.'
There are 100 seats
available for the weeklong
class. For more informa-
tion on sign-ups or to vol-
unteer, call 542-3051.
There will also be a table
set up in the Chapel park-
ing lot July 9 from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. for sign-ups.


War college
seminars scheduled
The Naval War College's
(NWC) College of
Distance Education will is
offering it's Fleet Sem-inar
Program in Jackson-ville.
This academic year
(August 2005 May 2006),
strategy and policy and
national security decision
making will be offered in
Jacksonville and joint mar-
itime operations will be
offered at NS Mayport.
Three-hour classes are
held in the evening (one
night per week for approxi-
mately 34 weeks). Each
seminar is led by a top
quality adjunct faculty
member. Students can
earn a NWC diploma,
JPME Phase 1 credit, and
up to 21 graduate credit
hours. All books and
materials are provided on
a loan basis, and there is
no tuition charge.
Enrollment is open to
USN/USMC/ USCG 03 or
above, USA/ USAF 04 or
above, or De-partment of
Defense GS-11 or above.
All applicants must pos-
sess a baccalaureate
degree. Call Professor
Dave Fay at 317-7902 or .
e-mail dfay@lsijax.com for
more information.
Applications are online at:
cde,nwc.navy.mil.
Applications are due by
July 15.


dinner proves vets'

memories still vivid
By E12(SW) Bill Lamed
Special Contributor
On Saturday evening, more
than 400 participants in dec-
orated dress uniforms and
elegant evening gowns experienced
the annual Battle of Midway com-
memoration dinner at the Radisson
Riverwalk Hotel in downtown
Jacksonville. The Navy League of
Mayport and the Greater
Jacksonville United Services
Organization (USO) sponsored this
year's event.
The dinner recognized veterans
who created the American victory
in the Battle of Midway against the
mighty Japanese fleet 63 years
ago, which was a turning point for
control of the Pacific during WWII.
Veterans, accompanied by their
spouses, sons and daughters, came
from all regions of the United
States to share stories, remember
old friends and cherish a common
bond forged by courage and deter-
mination.
The Battle of Midway changed
the course of the war. After U.S.
Navy intelligence deciphered
Japanese radio code, they learned


Photo by PH3 David Didier
Dr. Harold "Hal" Buell, a retired
Navy commander and a veteran of
the Battle of Midway, delivers a pas- Photo by PH3 Clarck Desire
sionate and moving speech during Attendees at this year's Battle of Midway had the opportunity to see first
the dinner. Buell was this year's hand memorabilia from the historic WWII battle, which was on this display
Midway veteran guest speaker. at the entrance of the Radisson Hotel's Ballroom.


Adm. Yamamoto intended to use
Midway Island to annihilate the
Pacific Fleet and to launch attacks
on Hawaii and eventually the U.S.
mainland. To thwart the plan, the
Commander of the Pacific Fleet,
Adm. Chester Nimitz ordered the
aircraft carriers USS Hornet (CV-
8), USS Enterprise (CV-6) and USS
Yorktown (CV-5) to end the
advance of the Japanese fleet off
Midway. Between June 4-7, 1942,
four Japanese carriers and 253
Japanese planes were destroyed.
The United States suffered the loss


Photo by O11 Mike England
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Annette E.
Brown gives her opening remarks at the third annual
Executive Leadership Training on Domestic Violence for com-
manding officers, executive officers and command master
chiefs at the NAS Jax Officers' Club June 2.


CNRSE hosts


domestic violence


leadership training


By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
C commander, Navy
Region Southeast
Rear Adm. Annette E.
Brown hosted the third
annual Executive Lead-
ership Training on Domestic
Violence for commanding
officers, executive officers
and command master chiefs
at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club June 2. More than 50
participants from all over
the region, attended the
forum. Topics at the confer-
ence were far reaching. They
dealt with issues ranging
from command perspective,
to treatment and offender
groups.
At NAS Jax, domestic vio-
lence falls under the Fleet
and Family Support
Center's (FFSC) Family
Advocacy Program (FAP).
.... -. :': i.- .; : .. .


"Our programs are designed
to assist service members
and their families and
improve warfighter mission
readiness. They assist both
victims and offenders,"
explained Patti Tebow, a
licensed mental health
counselor at NAS Jax FFSC.
"We also offer risk factor
and safety assessments, pre-
vention education classes
and individual counseling.
The center also has support
groups in place on-site and
out in the community."
FAP also trains command-
ing officers and commands
to help fight family violence
by training commanders
and others in leadership
positions to recognize the
signs of abuse, and how to
respond when abuse occurs.
"Domestic violence hurts

See DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Page 12
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of three ships, including the air-
craft carrier USS Yorktown and
150 planes.
Everett Gardner, 86, of Ormond
Beach, one of 22 Midway veterans
present, barely escaped death as
the USS Yorktown sank. A fireman
third class, he was in fire room
three, directly underneath a bomb's
impact. He and his fire party put
the fires out in the boiler nearby,
but the Yorktown was already sink-
ing.
"We had to abandon ship. USS
Russell, a destroyer, rescued us.


The crew threw a rope out to us,
which we grabbed, but the Russell
was still moving while we held the
rope. We were dragged through the
sea for a while before she stopped,"
explained Gardner. "What a ride
that was. I had to hold on to sur-
vive. When I saw the screws churn-
ing the ocean I realized where I
would end up if I let go of the rope"
Midway Veteran Guest Speaker
Dr. Harold Buell, a retired Navy
commander, called the Battle of


C *P r*S^#' fr- -


CNO visits NAS Jax

























Photos by PH2 Andrea Decanini
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Vern Clark is greeted by NAS jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson (left) and Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE)
Deputy Commander Rear Adm. Wendi Carpenter, during his visit to NAS Jax Friday.


( .- -
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Vern Clark watches as AMAN Kurt Wilbert (left)
and AM3 Jonathan Wiggins of the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment
Jax Tire/Wheel Shop repair an aircraft tire during his visit to NAS Jax Friday.






2 JaxAIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 9, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


Help shape tomorrow's leaders through training


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
jon Thompson
Force Master Chief


Each summer midship-
man from the U.S.
Naval Academy em-
bark upon a summer train-
ing program that places all
3rd, 2nd and 1st class mid-
shipmen into the fleet
between academic years.
The purpose is to prepare
them for commissioned
service through active par-
ticipation in the duties and
responsibilities of petty offi-
cers and junior officers.
Midshipmen 2/C and 3/C
integrate into commands at
a level commensurate with
petty officer 3rd or 2nd
class, and midshipmen 1/C
integrate as junior officers.
The intent is, through three
consecutive summers of
training, midshipmen will
walk in the shoes of petty
officers and officers, giving
them a broad perspective of
the Sailors they will soon
lead and serve with.
For all of you who serve
-at commands that will host
midshipmen, I have some
advicee and expectations I'd
like to share with you.,
I can't overstate the
importance of ensuring our
midshipmen learn from the
,very best during their sum-
mer training. In every
'instance, running mates
should be assigned that
exemplify the image of a


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
sharp, knowledgeable, pro-
fessional Sailor. The Sailors
chosen to be running mates
should be volunteers and
have a sincere desire to
mentor our future officers.
Midshipmen 1/C must be
assigned to highly motivat-
ed lieutenants or lieutenant
junior grade who are war-
fare qualified. Midshipmen
2/C and 3/C must be
assigned to highly motivat-
ed, warfare qualified, third
or second class petty offi-,
cers.
Command leadership
must also remain engaged
in the training process and
monitor the progress of each
and every midshipman
assigned. My experience is
that when the CO, XO,
CMC, Officers and Chiefs
take an active interest in
the implementation of this


training program, the mid-
shipmen walk away with a
much more positive impres-
sion of the command and
receive an invaluable
amount of fleet experience.
My challenge to the lead-
ership in all commands
hosting midshipmen is to
make the experience mean-
ingful from the moment
they arrive to the day of
departure.
My challenge to all of you
who will serve as running
mates is to embrace your
role as meaningful and do
everything in your power to
educate, train, and mentor
your midshipmen. You
should also understand that
in the years to come, the
person you guide just might
become your division officer,
department head, or even
commanding officer later
down the road.
The relationships you
forge today may indeed last
a lifetime if you show a
legitimate interest in mak-
ing your midshipman a
great officer.
The goals of summer
training are pretty clear.
Each midshipman will
report aboard with a cruise
guide that spells out the
various watch stations and
tasks he or she is supposed
to accomplish. Very similar
to warfare qualifications,
every attempt should be
made to acclimate the mid-


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M( .RW/SW) MRURICE MRBRY

S I Job title/command:
NAS Jax Brig
S )/ Correction Specialist

14 Hometown: Birmingham, Ala.


Family Life: Married

Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy

Career Plans: To retire from the Navy.


Most Interesting Experience: Deploying
on a six-month cruise.

Words of Wisdom: What is a man without
a dream?

JIK.J'l 'lgtt^ WWiM .= ... ..^..- ... ..M-X.


shipmen to watchstanding,
engineering, operations,
weapons, deck, etc. The
more you expose them to,
the smarter they will be.
Keep in mind that safety
is paramount. It's impor-
tant to ensure our midship-
men have hands-on experi-
ence, but it's our job to
ensure they don't get hurt.
If you insist safety is a key
issue, they will see safety is
not an afterthought.
Shipmates, training mid-
shipmen can be extremely
gratifying. Although I truly
believe we shape tomorrow's
leaders every day of the
week, training midshipmen
is one of the most satisfying
and rewarding things any of
us can do.
SIf we all do our part to
welcome them aboard,
expose them to every facet
of Navy life, truly engage
them in watchstanding,
teach them how to lead peo-
ple, and ensure they under-
stand not only what we do,
but why we do it, the skills
they bring to the fleet after
graduation will be serve us
all.
The immediate profes-
sional expertise of the newly
commissioned ensigns re-
porting to the fleet depends
on all of us. If we all don't
take it upon ourselves to
teach the midshipmen now,

SeeTRAINING, Page 16


Family Life: Married with six children.

Past Duty Stations: NSB Kings Bay Ga.


Career Plans: To advance to GS-8.

Most Interesting Experience: Having


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Even VIPs eat at Waffle House occasionally


six kids.

Words
' a lot of t


of Wisdom: Work hard and spe
ime with your family.


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
he red card on our
dusty, sun-faded dash-
board must have
shown like a light-a glim-
mier of sophistication
against the hood covered
with dead Love Bugs-
because my friend noticed it
immediately. And I mean,
really, who notices the vari-
ous papers and decals on
one's car? That's how much
this one stood out.
"What's the card for?" my
friend asked.
"What card?"
"The one right there," she
said and pointed at a park-
ing permit from when my
husband, Dustin, and I were
guests at the annual Naval
Aviation Symposium recep-
tion at the National
Museum of Naval Aviation
in Pensacola, Fla. a few days
earlier.
"Oh, that one," I said and
looked down at my tennis
shoes with the laces untied.
Suddenly I felt like a cruise
line commercial-"I used to
have my sheets turned
down"-or like Cinderella
after midnight.
In any case, lest you think
I attended the event
because I write this column,
I hereby admit Dustin and I


Hey, MoneyMan:
I recently participated in
a golf tournament for Navy
Relief and I noticed they
had a lot of players out
there. They must have col-
lected a lot of money. Who
gets the money from these
golf tournaments?
MoneyMan Sez:
Every year a group of vol-
unteers work with the
Jacksonville Golf
Committee to help raise
funds for the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society. For
several years members
from VP-30 have worked on
this committee.
Last year this committee
shattered all previous
records by collecting
$37,000 for the NMCRS.
This year, that record was
again shattered and over
$67,000 was collected.
The chairman of this
committee for both of those
years was Lt. John
Brabazon. Needless to say,
he and the entire commit-
tee did a tremendous job in
putting together a magnifi-


were merely guests.
Tagalongs. Moochers. And
like two kids with their
noses, pressed against the
glass of a candy shop, I felt
a little out-of-place.
Of course, having growvn
up in the military, I've been
to many different events,
and I've grown used to
them. Yet still, this recep-
tion in particular intimidat-
ed me, and possibly that
was because if you put me
on one end of a see-saw and
all the medals and brass in
the room on the other end, it
would have propelled me
into the Blue Angel hanging
overhead.
Or, maybe it was because
when I asked, "What should
I wear?" I was told, "Church
clothes." And then-sur-
prise, surprise!-when we
walked into the museum, I
saw nothing but high-heels
and sequins.
Seated at our table were a
handful of admirals and
their spouses. On my left
was the wife of a man who
once commanded the USS
Lexington, which was
decommissioned in 1991.
She was what some might
call "Old School Navy," and
frankly, I felt inadequate
next to her. erect posture
and strand of pearls.


cent event.
This donation will be
added to the regional fund
drive which this year will
exceed $350.000. These
funds will go to help Navy
and Marine Corps service
members and their fami-
lies.
Last year the local office
provided over $1.2 million
and assisted more than
2,000 clients. This money
is used for car repair, emer-
gency leave, helping to pay
basic living expenses and
many other things.
It is through events such
as this golf tournament and
generous contributions
from active duty and
retired personnel that
make this assistance possi-
ble.
If you want to learn more,
or ever need financial assis-
tance, call the local NMCRS
at 542-3515 to see if you
qualify. Or you can go to
their Web site at www.
nmcrs.org.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.


Then there was the food.
I'm not sure what the entr6e
was, but it didn't taste like
the chicken nuggets I serve
at home. The place settings
had three forks (two of
which I didn't know what to
do with-forgive me Mom),
one regular spoon, and a
knife. I mostly looked at the
other guests to figure out
when to open the napkin
that was folded like origami
on my plate.
And the butter. Oh, the
butter. It was white, not yel-
low like margarine, and
formed into a delicate pin-
wheel. I spread it on top of
my crusty roll, put it in my
mouth-a poof of crumbs
exploding from my lips-
and the butter melted on
my tongue like soft cream.
"Why, this is the best but-
ter I've ever tasted," I said
before I could stop myself.
And then,. consumed by
the culinary treat on my
taste buds, I kept talking:
"It's so smooth," I said. "So
smooth and creamy. It's like
real butter...like the butter
at Waffle House!"
My husband's fork drop to
his plate and he nervously
cleared his throat.
Did I really just say that
aloud?
I turned to the woman


with pearls, anticipating her
disapproval, but to my sur-
prise, she smiled warmly
and said, "Yes, I think it is
honey butter."
The conversation at the
table continued without a
hitch. One of the men
launched into a tale about
his flying days, which of
course, required his hands
playing the part of a "flying
airplane."
I sat back in my chair and
relaxed for the first time
that evening. Because, you
see, I realized then that
VIPs or not, we are all basi-
cally the same. Ceremonies
and receptions are merely
an opportunity for us to play
adult dress-up and be on
our best behavior.
Yet, in reality, the women
with sequins and high heels
probably have slippers at
home with worn out holes
on the bottom, and the man
with the "flying hands"
probably loosens his belt
after a meal at home.
As for the woman with
pearls? Well, she obviously
knows an exquisite meal
when she sees one-at
Waffle House.

Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarah
smiley.com.


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SUNDAY SERVICES


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


Perinatal class schedule announced
Naval Hospital Jacksonville offers classes for expec-
tant/new parents to help them get their little
Sailors off to a Ship Shape start. Below is the
schedule for classes June through August. Classes are by
appointment only. Call 542-BABY (2229) to schedule.
New OB Quest/Class
First Time Parents:
June 10, 17, 24 8:30-11:30 a.m.
July 1, 8, 11, 18, 25 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Aug. 5, 12,19, 26 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Experienced Parents:
June, 13, 20, 27 1:15-3 p.m.
July 11, 18, 25 1:15-3 p.m.
Aug. 8, 15, 22, 29 1:15-3 p.m.
Baby Boot Camp
June 20, July 18 and Aug. 22 8 a.m.-noon
Third Trimester Class
July 11 and Aug. 8 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Prepared Childbirth Class
June 11, July 9, Aug. 13 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Breastfeeding
July 8, Aug. 3 8:30 11:30 a.m.

Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society Make Us Your First Resource;
S-' Not Your Last Resort!

542-3191







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laxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 9, 2005 3


'Diamondcutters' hold


final change of command


From VS-30
Cmdr. William Suggs
relieved Cmdr.
Ryman Shoaf Tues-
day during VS-30's 48th
and final change of com-
mand. The ceremony took
place at NAS Jax in
Hangar 116 and was con-
ducted in accordance with
all the naval tradition and
heritage that usually sur-
rounds such a momentous
occasion.
Suggs was born in
Pocahontas, Va. He gradu-
ated from the United
States Naval Academy in
1988 with a Bachelor of
Science Degree in
Aeronautical Engineering.
Suggs completed naval
flight officer (NFO) train-
ing in September 1989 and
was selected for S-3B
training at VS-27, the fleet
replacement squadron
(FRS) at NAS Cecil Field.
Upon completion in
1990, Suggs reported to
VS-28 where he served as
a maintenance branch offi-
cer, legal officer, and assis-
tant administrative officer.
While assigned to VS-28,
Suggs deployed to the
Mediterranean aboard
USS Forrestal (CV 59) and
participated in Operation
Provide Comfort.
Following VS-28's dises-
tablishment in 1992, Suggs
reported to VS-35 at NAS
North Island, Calif., where
he served as assistant
operations officer, NA-
TOPS officer, and tactics
training officer, deploying
to the Arabian Gulf aboard
USS Carl Vinson (CVN
70).
In 1994, he reported to
VS-41 as an FRS instruc-
tor and was selected to
attend the U.S. Naval Test
Pilot School (USNTPS) in
1995.
After graduation, he was
assigned to the Naval Air
Warfare Center Aircraft
Division to conduct devel-
opmental test and evalua-
tion on several S-3B
weapons systems and
avionics upgrades.


S- "

S "


Cmdr. William Suggs
During 1998, Suggs
returned to USNTPS as an
airborne systems flight
instructor.
In 1999, Suggs reported
to VS-31 stationed at NAS
Jax, where he completed a
third deployment aboard
USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN 69).
While assigned to VS-31 he
served as administrative
officer, training officer, and
operations officer, and was
selected as the Sea Control
Wing Atlantic Fleet Senior
NFO of the Year for 2000.
After completing his
department head tour,
Suggs reported to the
Naval Air Systems
Command, serving as the
S-3B assistant program
manager, systems engi-
neering (class desk) from
July 2001 to April 2003.
From April 2003 until
December 2003, he was
again assigned to USNTPS
as an airborne systems
flight instructor.
In April 2004, Suggs
reported to VS-30 as execu-
tive officer. He subse-
quently completed a fourth
deployment, aboard USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67)
in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom.
Suggs has flown over
3,200 hours in 37 different
aircraft and has more than
600 arrested landings
aboard eight different air-


Cmdr. Ryman Shoaf
craft carriers. He is mar-
ried to the former Kate
Adams of Napa, Calif. They
have a daughter, Fiona,
and a son, Brendan.
Shoaf reported to VS-30
in March 2003 and became
commanding officer in
April 2004. He led the
squadron through their
final Persian Gulf deploy-
ment aboard USS John F.
Kennedy (CV-67) in sup-
port of Operation Iraqi
Freedom. He will report to
USS Enterprise (CVN 65)
in Norfolk, Va. for a tour as
the carrier's Air
Department officer
The VS-30 "Diamondcut-
ters" finished their final
deployment in December
2004 as part of Carrier Air
Wing 17 on board USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67)
in support of Operations
Iraqi Freedom, Enduring
Freedom, and the global
war on terrorism.
While deployed, VS-30
flew over 3,000 hours and
logged more than 1,000
arrested landings, while
providing tanking support
for the, air wing and near
continuous surface surveil-
lance, presence and deter-
rence missions in the
Arabian Gulf.
VS-30 will conclude their
52-year history and be dis-
established in December
2005 as part of the S-3B
sundown.


Tatiana Peake, who
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this year's Navy
law .. a Sat.1.* and Marine Corps
Relief Society Fund
Drive, is presented
the keys to a 2005
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V" r --- Jared Raftery of
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Photos courtesy of VP-30


VP-30 volunteers hit a


hole in one for NMCRS


By Lt. Kimo Silcox
VP-30 PAO


Nearly 300 golfers
from around the
Jacksonville metro-
politan area converged on
Deercreek Country Club
May 26, for a spectacular
round of golf to benefit the
Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS).
With weather and course
conditions that could not
have been planned any bet-
ter, a group of volunteers
headed by VP-30's Lt. John
Brabazon orchestrated two
rounds of golf for 72 teams
of eager golfers. Combined
with donated silent auction
and raffle prizes, the 2005
golf tournament raised
some $67,000.
In addition, The Coggin
Automotive Group gra-
ciously donated a 2005
Honda Civic, which enabled
the Greater Jacksonville
area to raise an additional
$31,428 through a drawing
for the car.
On May 27, VP-30's
Executive Officer Cmdr.
Mark Creasey drew the
winning ticket belonging to
Tatiana Peake, an employee
at the NAS Jax Navy
Exchange, making her the
fortunate winner of the
vehicle. The total money
contributed this year
through their exhaustive
efforts exceeded last year's


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Lt. Greg Smith of VP-30 whacks one from the fairway during
the annual Navy and Marine Corps Society Fund Drive Golf


Tournament May 26.
fund raising efforts by 181
percent and 446 percent
over money raised in 2003.
The benefits of this great
undertaking comes back to
Sailors and Marines in the
form of financial, educa-
tional, and other assistance
to those in need.
Last year, more than $2.3
million in assistance was
provided to Sailors and


Marines in the Greater
Jacksonville Area alone-.
Thanks to the dedicated
efforts of VP-30's volun-
teers Lts. John Brabazon,
Kevin Brink, Mark Burns,
Ryan Lilley, Greg Smith,
Kalan Mceuen, Mike
Martinez and others,
NMCRS will be able to con-
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4 JaxAir News, NAS lacksonville, Thursday, June 9, 2005


VS-32 joins fight



in war on drugs


By Lt. Helen Watson
VS-32 PAO
The "Maulers" of VS-32 returned last
week from a month-long counter-
drug operations detachment. The
detachment was based on the island of
Curacao, which is part of the Netherland
Antilles near the coast of northern
Venezuela. VS-32 conducted counter-drug
missions during the entire month of May
in support of the ongoing U.S.-led drug
interdiction operations.
Maritime and air drug interdiction oper-
ations aimed at thwarting the influx of ille-
gal substances into the U.S. have been con-
ducted by the U.S. Customs, Coast Guard,
and various other agencies since the early
1970s. A constitutional policy called Posse
Comitatus forbids U.S. Navy personnel
from directly performing law-enforcement
operations. Therefore, Navy assets such as
ships, submarines, and aircraft, are used
for their intelligence gathering and sur-
veillance capabilities, while Customs and
Border Protection or Coast Guard person-
nel perform the actual boarding, searching,
and arrests. According to the Coast Guard,
these joint operations provide for over half
of the drug seizures made at sea.
Drug interdiction operations in the
Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and the Eastern
Pacific are coordinated by the Joint
Interagency Task Force South (JIATF-S)
located in Key West, FL. JIATF-S is an
organization consisting of representatives
from various U.S. and international gov-
ernment agencies and military forces
focused on the detection and deterrence of
the production and transportation of ille-
gal drugs. A key mission for U.S. agencies
is to prevent these substances from enter-
ing the borders of the United States.
JIATF-S provided the tasking for the S-
3Bs conducting counter-drug operations
out of Curagao, focusing primarily on drug-
runners coming out of South America
headed north toward the United States.
The ability to operate out of Curagao
allowed for the Vikings to be relatively
close to the typical transit areas used by
drug-smuggling vessels. There is no mili-
tary base on Curagao, but rather one of a
number of forward operating locations,
manned and maintained by Air Force per-
sonnel for the use of various counter-drug
operation assets throughout the Caribbean
and Eastern Pacific.
The S-3B Viking, since it was initially
designed for submarine-hunting, is


Donation accepted


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Photos courtesy of VS-32
A VS-32 Viking taxes out of the line in
Curagao, preparing to take off on a counter-
drug mission.
equipped with a multitude of electronic
sensors designed to find and identify even
the smallest objects on the surface of the
water, such as submarine periscopes. The
ability to classify ships of any size and
locate very small contacts, in addition to
its ability to remain on-station for extend-
ed periods of time, is what made the Viking
a good candidate for counter-drug opera-
tions. A large majority of maritime drug-
running activity is conducted using well-
camouflaged "go-fasters", which is Navy
terminology for small, fast-moving boats.
The S-3B's precise sensors are thus perfect
for finding small watercraft that is other-
wise undetectable to most other search
platforms.
While in Curacao, the Maulers were able
to locate a number of large and small ves-
sels, including four go-fasts. The Coast
Guard, after intercepting and boarding one
of the suspect go-fasts, recovered over 1.7
metric tons of cocaine, worth almost $34
million wholesale. Sold by dealers on the
streets, this is equivalent to over $200 mil-
lion worth of illegal drugs. This bust was a
huge blow to drug-smuggling operations
and prevented a large .amount of cocaine
from becoming available on the streets of
America.
The counter-drug operations in the
Southern Caribbean gave the aircrew and
support personnel of VS-32 a vast set of
opportunities. Not only were the Maulers
able to directly contribute to the war on
drugs, but the operations provided real-
world training on systems and techniques
that are used by aircrew when out to sea
on deployments with the aircraft carrier.


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Photo by PH2(AW) Elizabeth Williams
Commander, Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE) Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown and
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Director Dave Faraldo, accept a check
from Ashley Furniture Homestore on behalf of the NMCRS June 1. '"This generous
donation will go a long way toward providing the kind of assistance that many of
our young Sailors and Marines need," Brown stated. (From left) Brown, Faraldo,
NMCRS Office Assistant Jim Reid, CNRSE Chief of Staff Capt. Larry Cotton and
Ashley Furniture Homestore Regional Manager Howard Fineman.


New senior chiefs


Photo byAEC(AW/SW) Tony Hines
AMCS(AW) Mike Dugger and ATCS(AW/NAC) Dave Singley of the Center for Naval
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Special thanks to: The Navy and VP-45 "Pelicans," whose actions, thoughts and words of
kindness made us proud Christopher had the opportunity to serve with you; our neighbors
and friends who lent their unselfish support; Prince of Peace, Father Sante Reale, and the

choir who opened their hearts and church for a beautiful service; for all who came to say one
last good-bye at our beach. Thanks for the memory!
We will never forget,
Robin, Andy, Aaron and Daniel



CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Never give
By Chaplain (Lt.)
Todd Troy
NAS Jax Chapel


Have you ever had
that feeling of
being on the moun-
taintop of life and then felt
what it was like to tumble
into the lowest valley of
despair?
Life will bring in great
refreshing moments and it
will also bring in moments
of crisis, devastation, vast
emotions and those deli-
cate times of deep inward
thinking about the future.
Albert Einstein had the
words for those difficult
life moments "In the mid-
dle of a difficulty lies
opportunity."
A famous person who
first failed in business
before succeeding was
Henry Ford. After failing
and later succeeding,
Henry Ford said; "Failure
is the opportunity to begin
again, more intelligently.
Thinking in terms of fail-
ure and success Henry
Ford also said, "Whether
you think you can or think
you can't, you're right."
If you give up because of
a failure then you have not
grown through the circum-
stance. Thomas Edison
said; "Many of life's fail-
ures are people who did
not realize how close they
were to success when they
gave up."
I believe that each per-
son will face a moment or
two in life when you feel
like just giving up. Most
likely, those times of desir-
ing to give up usually fol-
low a misfortunate experi-
ence that leaves you feel-
ing defeated. F. Scott
Fitzgerald helps to refocus
our view of defeat by say-
ing, "Never confuse a sin-
gle defeat with a final

MWR/Cummer

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benefit military
The NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare
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Department in an effort
to constantly improve the
quality of life for service
members and their fami-
lies is partnering with
The Cummer Museum of
Art. & Gardens to offer
discount tickets and
museum membership to
the active duty members
at its Information,
Tickets and Travel Office
(I.T.T.).
The Cummer Museum
will host a special
Military Time
Celebration July 14. For
information about the
Cummer Museum, call
356-6857. For ticket
information, call the
I.T.T. office on base at
542-3318.y


up and never give in
L. Powell learned from his
military career about suc-
cess and failures by say-
ing; "There are no secrets
to success. It is the result
of preparation, hard work,
and learning from failure."
Failure is something that
each person will have to
work through. Remember,
there are so many vital life
lessons that you can learn
through a failure. These
life lessons can empower
Chaplain (Lt.) Troy Todd you with knowledge,
insight, and the ability to
defeat." advance and improve. You
It is easy to get a wrong can only lose when you
idea about success. quit trying.
Sometimes our view of The old sports saying
understanding success applies here, "Losers give
needs to be tweaked to em ber nv
gain the clearest defini- up while winners never
tion. "Success is not meas- quit trying." A final
ured by what you accom- thought that encompasses
plish. It's measured by the never giving up comes
opposition you encounter from a different source of
and the courage with inspiration; "When I stand
which you maintain your before God at the end of
struggle against the odds" my life, I would hope tha
(Jerry Frenz). my life, I would hope that I
World leaders have often would not have a single bit
been through a lot of dis- of talent left, and could
appointments, heartaches, say, "I used everything you
and shattered dreams. gave me" (Erma Bombeck).
Through it all, they gained Grow into the person
vital knowledge of how God has called you to
things should be measured become. Remember, "It is
and the importance of hav- not who you are, but the
ing perseverance. The driv-
ing force towards accom- fullness of who you can
plishinig the mission or become. It is not where you
Iream is the spirit of per- are at in life, but the joy of
severance. finding where the path of
From stormy racial trails life shall lead you."
and persecution Martin Use the talents God has
Luther King, Jr. grew with iven you and row
wisdom and stature so that g y g
he could say; "The ultimate through each circumstance
measure of a man is not that meets you along the
where he stands in path of life. One last
moments of comfort, but thought, "never give up
where he stands at times and never give in" as you
of challenge and controver- remember the legacy of
sy." those that have gone
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Photos by PH2 Andrea Decanini
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Dougherty, lax Air News Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque, Chief of Naval Operations
(CNO) Adm. Vern Clark, Jax Air News Editor Miriam S. Gallet and Jax Air News
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Friday. The Jax Air News staff recently won the third-place Chief of Naval
Information Merit Award for best metro newspaper in the Navy. Clark presented
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Chief of Naval
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JO1 Mike
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SVS-22


comes up


big for


NMCRS

By Lt. j.g. Steven Crouch
VS-22 PAO
V S-22 more than dou-
bled its squadron
assigned goal for
this year's Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Fund Drive.
The squadron's original
goal of $5,500 was quickly
surpassed by caring
"Checkmate" personnel,
who graciously donated
over $11,500 to this year's
NMCRS drive, which
amounted to 210 percent of
the original goal.
Lt. Thomas Taylor and
AM1 Danny Moran were
the squadron's key person-
nel leading this year's suc-
cessful drive for VS-22.
These two Checkmates
meticulously Worked to-
gether to ensure the com-
mand achieved 100 percent
contact of all members and


Commissary tour


Photo courtesy of VS-22
NAS Jax Navy and Marine Corps Society Director Dave
Faraldo stopped by VS-22 recently to thank the squadron for
their overwhelming support in this year's drive.


their dedication and hard
work led directly to VS-22's
large contribution. With.
163 separate contributions,
this year's drive was the
squadron's most successful
on record.
Founded in 1904, the
NMCRS is a private non-
profit charitable organiza-
tion, sponsored by the
Department of the Navy
and operates nearly 250
offices ashore and afloat at
Navy and Marine Corps
bases throughout the
world.
The society is committed
to ensuring that all avail-
able resources are used to


assist personnel of the
naval services active,
retired and their eligible.
family members to
achieve financial self-suffi-
ciency and find solutions to
emergency needs.
VS-22's Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Gary Schram
noted the squadron's
efforts, "The tremendous
outpouring of support from
Checkmate personnel to
such a worthy program is
exceptional and gratifying.
I am extremely proud of
the commands generosity,"
he said.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
ADAN Cory Flament of HS-3 and AW2(AW/NAC) Adam Herzog of CPRW-11 listen as
Produce Manager Pete Petrousek gives some advice about fruits and vegetables.


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From Staff
apt. John Sentell, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville commanding officer,
frocked 33 Naval Hospital
Jacksonville and Branch Health Clinic
staff members to their present rates in a
Quarters Ceremony on May 27.
Congratulations to the following frockees:
Senior Chief Petty Officer
GSECS Curtis Giles
MACS Richard Salter
YNCS Juanita Watson

First Class Petty Officer
HM1 Gerald Coley
DT1 Marcus Davis
HM1 John Fenstermacher
HM1 Simeyon Gillespie Jr.
HM1 Michael Morgan
HM1 Rommel Ruguian
HM1 Christopher Simmons
RP1 James White

Second Class Petty Officers
HM2 Carlos Cruzcastro
HM2 Colin Christian
HM2 Steven Chartier
ET2 Adam Goebel
CS2 Stephanie Hilliard
HM2 Jorge Jarayont
HM2 Sara Jensen
HM2 Marvin Mamaril


HM2 Derrick Raysor
HM3 Melvin Rolon-Merced

Third Class Petty Officers
HM3 Kahealani Aipia
DN3 Jeneice Anderson
HM3 Traminka Banks
HM3 Bernardstine Bethea
HM3 Nathan Campbell
HM3 Andrew Carpenter
HM3 Nicholas Cockrill
HM3 Charles Cox
HM3 Jeffery Decker
HM3 Luke Drown
HM3 Sarah Hersey
HM3 Meghan Hockstock
HM3 Izabella Guia
HM3 Daniel Jolivette
HM3 Justin Lamb
HM3 Louis Lozada
HM3 Richard McFarland
HM3 Adria Miles
HM3 Robert Miller
HM3 Benjamin Puckett
HM3 David Robledo
HM3 Melissa Schilling
HM3 Luis Siu
HM3 Kenneth Skurnick
HM3 Jamie Stokely
HM3 Danny Williams
HM3 Nicole Wilson


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Commissary Store Administrator Dennis Claxton gives a tour of the commissary to
ADAN Cory Flament of HS-3, AW2(AW/NAC) Adam Herzog of CPRW-11,
AW2(AW/SW) Eric Benson of VP-30 and AWAN Richard Dixon of VP-30 June 2. The
tour was part of Commissary Awareness Month and sponsored by the Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Liberty Program to allow Sailors to learn more about the commissary
and how they can save money.


KUDO CORNER


The following Fleet Area and Control
Surveillance Facility Jax personnel
were recognized during an awards
ceremony June 2:
Navy and Marine Corps
Commendation Medal


OSC Ruderick Pabon


Navy and Marine Corps
Achievement Medal
OS1 Brian Phipps
OS2 Danny Weber


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JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 9, 2005


DRMO saves


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DEFENSE
By 101 Mike England
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"r' 10 N-M
"'M making the all-important ServMart run every few
Months has become a tradition for most Navy
ft Krcommands and divisions. Usually the division
officer sends their supply petty officer, who after months
of harassment by his or her co-workers over what to buy is
2;.' "-relieved to get the task over with.
F Hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars are spent
AC S N L : -.on items the department has deemed necessary such as
'',,..ink cartridges, tools and of course coffee. What many sup-
ply petty officers out there don't realize is that there is an
IT. easier and cheaper way to acquire the necessities of Navy
life. The Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office
---- (DRMO), Jacksonville can supply many of the items your
division needs to keep things running smoothly and at a
price the competition can't beat, like free.
DRMO, Jacksonville is a branch of the Defense
7Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) which was
originally established in 1972 as the Defense Property
Disposal Service to consolidate the different military serv-
ices' disposal operations. It was renamed DRMS in 1985
..Nand is part of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), based
in Fort Belvoir, Va.
DRMO disposes of excess property received from the
military bases in the region. The inventory changes daily
and includes thousands of items: from air conditioners to
vehicles, clothing to computers, and much more. Property
is first offered for reutilization within the Department of
Defense (DoD), transferred to other federal agencies or
donated to state and local governments and other quali-
fled organizations.
"The property is first offered to DoD. All they have to do
is look it up on our Web site, request it and if it is
approved, we'll ship it to them for free," said DRMO,
Jacksonville Logistics Branch Supervisor Tom Clingan.
YIf none of the agencies of the DoD claim the item, other
federal agencies such as Federal Aviation Administration
and the Treasury Department can pick it up. If the proper-
ty still hasn't been claimed it then becomes eligible to be
donated to organizations such as The Boy Scouts of
America, law enforcement, fire departments, humanitari-
an groups and other organizations that have been author-
ized to receive items from DRMO. Reutilization means big
savings. In fiscal 2003, $1.2 billion worth of property was
reutilized. Every dollar's worth of property reutilized is a
tax dollar saved. DRMO also supports the Humanitarian
S Assistance and Foreign Military Sales programs.
DRMS manages the DoD surplus property sales pro-
gram. Excess property that is not reutilized, transferred or
donated may be sold to the public as surplus. The DRMS
National Sales Office has a commercial venture partner-
iship with Government Liquidation to purchase and re-sell
all non-demilitarization required usable property in the
.-.... United States, Guam, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Sales
-.- include high-value property, such as aircraft parts,
machine tools, hardware, electronics, material handling
_... equipment, and vehicles. DRMO overseas locations con-
duct zone sales for all non-demilitarization required
.. .usable property. These sales are either held through
4 1 """' "' sealed bid, auction, or retail, fixed price sales, aimed at
customers interested in buying inexpensive items for per-
'-"-- -sonal use.
(From left) Donna Sexton and Norman Hawkins discuss how to best take care of property that has recently arrived. DRMS also offers a sales service for those DoD cus-
tomers who have direct sales authority (such as under the
,,.r Exchange Sale Program). For a modest percentage of the
Proceeds, DRMS will perform all merchandizing, advertis-
ing and contracting functions, providing the DoD military
service peace of mind that all laws and regulations are fol-
-lowed.
-- "We only sell the property as a last resort. We make
every attempt to maximize the return to the government.
J.DRMO, Jacksonville saves the government money by
Louis Moran keeps allowing state and federal organizations and agencies to
track of every piece acquire items that are already in the system instead of
of property that passes having to purchase them new," Clingan stated.
through his DRMO, Jacksonville performs other services for the
warehouse. region in addition to the reutilization services it provides.
The Resource Recovery and Recycling Program conserves
natural resources, reduces waste prodticts and returns
*revenue to the military services. Through recycling, the
-; Precious Metals Recovery Program significantly reduces
the need for DoD to. purchase metals suCl as gold, silver
and platinum family metals through recycling of excess
*i and surplus scrap containing precious metals.
Certain property is also demilitarized (i.e., rendered use-
less for its originally intended purpose). Surplus property
with inherent military characteristics must undergo
,,,,"demil." Offensive and defensive weapons .and associated
'~" . material are demilitarized before sale or as a condition of
ii~ ~~~i ~sale. .; "
_I DRMO, Jacksonville also manages the disposal of haz-
2 < ardous property for NAS Jacksonville, maximizing the use
.'. ', of each item and minimizing environmental risks and
-.---- -.'--- -. costs. .
"."We usually head out to NAS Jax to pick up hazardous
S"\"--] . ;" ha waste, such as oil and industrial waste twice a week. This


helps to prevent environmental accidents from occurring
and keeps NAS Jax in compliance with environmental
,- -" laws," said Sharon Brogden, DRMO, Jacksonville's envi-
ronmental branch supervisor.
DRMO, Jacksonville provides NAS Jax and other area
military installations with services that aid them in sup-
porting warfighter readiness. However, service members
and government employees might be able to get more at a
lower cost if they took advantage of DRMO, Jacksonville's
-r....reutilized property.
"For years, many people thought of DRMO as a junk-
yard. We're not a junkyard. We get items that are brand
new and still in their original packages. We should be the
first place commands look for items they need. If they
check with us first, they could save hundreds or maybe
Thousands of dollars," Clingan concluded.
DRMS displays property available for reutilization,
R transfer and donation on the Internet. The Web site offers
detailed information, including the property's condition
and location. For sales information, sales schedules, and
past bid sales results, go to the Government Liquidation
Web site at http*,www.govliquidation.cqm/.






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10 iaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 9, 2005

'Pardon Our Dust'


Family Medicine Clinic reorganized


From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's
Family Medicine Department
is currently reorganizing to
better facilitate patient care.
According to Family Medicine's
Division Officer Lt. Matthew Rivera,
currently the department is divided
into two sides (Brown & Green), and
subdivided into four teams: A & B on
the Brown Side and team C & D on
the Green Side.
"That clinic layout often leads to
duplication of effort and inefficient
clinical and administrative workflow
processes." Rivera said. "As a way to
improve the care we provide, our clin-
ic is undergoing some minor modifica-
tions. We will now only have three
teams of providers (Teams A, B, and
C). In addition, all patient exam
rooms are being moved to the Brown
side of the clinic. The Green side of
the clinic will now be primarily
provider and staff offices. The Green
side will also be the new location of
our immunization clinic," he
explained.
These changes will go into effect on
July 1. All patients arriving with a
scheduled clinic visit appointment
will see their provider on the Brown
side of the clinic. So, all patients
scheduled for a regular clinic visit
will now check in at one of the three
or four receptionists on the Brown
side of the clinic. Patients undergoing
a procedure (vasectomy, colposcopy,
stress test, biopsy, etc.), requiring only
immunizations, and all walk-in
appointments will be checked in on

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Family Medicine
Clinic Services


Brown Side
Regular Clinic Appointment Check-in
(Vasectomy, Colposcopy,
Biopsy, Etc.)
Rooms
Check-In


Green Side
Procedure Check-in
Provider Exam
Stress Test,
Immunizations
Walk-In Patient
Check-In


Administrative Questions: Follow-Up Appointments,
Telephone Consults

Family Medicine Immunization Clinic
(Check-in on Green Side)
Staff Offices


the Green side of the clinic. All
administrative questions such as fol-
low-up appointments and telephone
consults will also be handled on the
Green Side of the clinic.
Family Medicine Department Head
Cmdr. Dwayne Clark said the intent
of this reorganization project is to
centralize all clinical patient care
activities on one side of the clinic
(Brown side) and all administrative
activities on the opposite side of the
clinic (Green side). "Please excuse us
in the first few weeks of this major
change as we adapt to possible
unforeseen obstacles. We are confi-
dent in the long run this move will

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lead to better use of space and
resources with the ultimate goal of
making your visit quicker, safer, and
more enjoyable," Clark said.
The Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Family Medicine Department
employs more than 90 active-duty
and civilian staff that support or pro-
vide outpatient and inpatient primary
care services for approximately
16,000 enrolled beneficiaries. The
department is the home for the
Navy's largest Family Medicine
Residency Program and the busiest
clinic of the command responsible for
more than 70,000 patient visits a
year.

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JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, 'Thursday, June 9, 2005


HEALTH NOTES


First Ai(

By Lt. ohn B.
Weatherwax, MD
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Family Medicine
ne of the most com-
mon complaints we
see in Family
Practice is low back pain.
With a little help, you may
be able to ease your pain,
without a visit to the clinic.
Ice and Heat Ice packs
are usually better in the
first forty-eight hours.
Limit the ice to 15 or 20
minutes every hour and use
a towel over the pack.
After the second day, you
may benefit from using
heat (be careful'not to burn
yourself). You should avoid
continuous ice or heat.
Position of relief If you
can get your back into a
relaxed position and stay
there for a while, you may
get quick relief.
Standing Stand tall.
Slouching your shoulders
forward is bad for the back.
Practice keeping your
shoulders slightly back and
your chin a little tucked in.
Pelvic tilt while standing
When you must stand for
a long period, occasionally
stand with your back
against a wall and your feet
about 12 inches from the
wall. Squeeze your but-
tocks together and pull in
your abdomen. The space
behind your back should be
gone. Hold this position for
several seconds and repeat
a few times. With practice,
you may no longer need the
wall.
Changing position Don't
stay in one position very,
long. Relax your shoulders
and then dangle your arms
occasionally.
Lifting Whenever possi-
ble, avoid bending from the
waist. First face the object
to be lifted. Tuck in your
buttocks and pull in your
abdomen. Hold this tilt as
you lift. Bend your knees,
hold the object close, and
lift with your legs.
Bed Rest Prolonged bed
rest weakens the body and
can cause other problems.
In some cases, short' cours-
es of bed rest (1-2 days) can
be helpful. Bed rest should
be limited to two or three
days. In some cases, your
doctor may recommend
more. Find the resting
position most comfortable
for you. Usually this is on
your back with knees up
and supported by a blanket
roll or pillows. You may
also try on your side with
knees bent and a pillow
between them.
See Your Doctor -
Unusual problems need to
be checked out by your doc-
tor. Call right
away if you have numb-
ness in your buttocks or
groin, major leg weakness,
or loss of bowel or bladder
control.
A small change in your
daily habits, together with
simple exercises will do
wonders for your back (and
may prevent you from
needing the,. First Aid
above). By adhering to the
following recommenda-
tions, you may prevent
back pain and improve your
overall health.
Obesity Being over-
weight puts an extra load
on the spine. If your doctor
tells you to lose weight, do
the sensible things that
will get the job done.
Adopt a lifetime diet of
smaller portions, low in fat,
high in fruits and vegeta-
bles; with little or no alco-
hol, and very little refined
sugar. Avoid diet fads. A
regular exercise program is
also important. You will
burn more calories, even
when not exercising. See


your doctor before begin-
ning any special diet or
exercise program to bq sure
it is right for you.
Remember, the more fat
around your waist, the
more strain on your back.
Smoking can affect the
back A British study
found that the more ciga-
rettes a person smoked, the
more severe and longer
lasting were back attacks.
Smoking reduces circula-


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tion in small blood vessels
including those that nour-
ish the spinal discs. By
quitting now, you may pro-
tect your back and add
years to your life.
Good nutrition is impor-
tant Most people need to
reduce fat intake and to
increase fruits, vegetables,
and whole grains.
Supplements may be need-


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ed but will not make up for
a po6r diet. Extra calcium
helps reduce age-related
bone softening (osteoporo-
sis). Vitamin C may be
helpful because it helps
build the collagen needed
by discs. Some believe
eight glasses of water a day
may help slow the disc-dry-
ing process.
Whole-body exercise is a


part of fitness Aerobic
exercise is rhythmic motion
done long enough and hard
enough to keep your heart
rate in the "target range"
for at least 15 minutes.
Longer periods, along with
warm-up, are usually rec-
ommended. Exercising five
or six days a week is best,
but three days a week will
probably maintain whatev-


er level of fitness you
achieve.
Fitness Overall fitness
requires exercise, proper
' weight, good diet, control of
stress, and other healthy
habits. Fitness has many
rewards including a back
less likely to cause pain.
Ask your doctor if you
have any questions or want
to learn additional ways to


help you prevent back
injuries.
This is one in a series of
health education articles writ-
ten by members of the
Department of Family
Medicine Residency Training
Program at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville. The Department
of Family Medicine is commit-
ted to your health. Weatherwax
is a physician in the
Department of Family
Medicine.


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MIDWAY:

Dinner a

tribute to vets

From Page 1
Midway "our Shiloh of the
Pacific." He was referring to
the bloody Civil War battle
that made people realize
the awful cost of war, just
as the Battle of Midway
did. During his speech, he
acknowledged and thanked
his peers for serving in that
unforgettable battle.
Since the Battle of
Midway, the Navy has
changed technologically,
but the faith and
endurance of Sailors like
Gardner have not. "One
constant since World War II
is dedicated, determined,
committed warriors that
carry the day," remarked
Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Vern Clark Saturday
evening. Clark, who deliv-
ered a rousing speech, was
the principal guest speaker.
"There is a historic battle
of ideas and ideals going on
in the world today," said
Clark. "You heroes of
Midway have reached out
across the generations to
our men and women in uni-
form this evening, those
wearing what I like to call
the 'Cloth of the Nation.'
Your willingness to serve
through every test of tyran-
ny has inspired a new gen-
eration of leaders."
Clark also mentioned
that sacrifice, such as that
found at the Battle of


Midway, is still ongoing
today in the current war on
terrorism. He shared the
sad story of local
Jacksonville Sailor
Hospital Corpsman Petty
Officer Julian Woods, who
died in Fallujah, Iraq. "On
the days he felt he couldn't
go on, his mother told him,
'You're my hero,' Clark
read. "Before he died,
Woods wrote her back from
Iraq and said, "No, Mom,
you're my hero. I get my
strength from you."
During the dinner, one
idea was made clear. The
values that motivated
Sailors to fight at the
Battle of Midway are still
alive and well in America
today.
IC2(SW) Joshua Labarge
from the USS Gonzalez
enjoyed the evening and
said, "Seeing the CNO here
tonight was a big deal for
me. The Battle of Midway
veterans are as old as my
great-grandfather, and
their stories are like his."
During the course of the
evening, Jacksonville
Mayor John Peyton pre-
sented Clark with the key
to the city and thanked him
for his visit.
The evening concluded on
a high note, with young
sailors shaking hands with
Midway veterans and Navy
Band Southeast playing a
rousing rendition of Louis
Armstrong's song "What a
Wonderful World." Every-
one in attendance congratu-
lated the Navy League of
Mayport and the USO for
an unforgettable evening.


Many taskings

of a firefighter


Battle of Midway veteran Everett Gardner, who served
aboard USS Yorktown (CV-5), Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown and Mrs. Gardner
pose for the camera during the VIP reception.


Jacksonville
Mayor John
Peyton
presents the
key to the
city to Chief
of Naval
Operations
Adm. Vern
Clark dur-
ing the
Battle of
Midway
Dinner.


Photo by PH3 Clarck Desire


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Firefighter Avery Krovitah of the NAS Jax Fire
Department restrings a line on the flag pole in front of
Building 1 May 27 from atop an extended ladder off a
fire truck. The firefighters here are always willing to lend
a helping hand even when it's not an emergency.


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE:

High cost to all invloved


This year's Battle of
Midway Dinner,
held Saturday at the
Radisson Hotel in
downtown
Jacksonville, drew
more than 400
attendees, including
young Sailors want-
ing to meet the
heroes of the his-
toric WWII battle.


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet


Tax holiday for hurricane supplies


From Page 1

us all," said NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson. "It scars and
traumatizes individuals. It
disrupts families. It weak-
ens communities. It affects
unit readiness and it costs
human lives."
"Domestic violence is an
all-hands issue," said NAS
Jax Command Master
Chief CMDCM(AW/SW)
Chris Green. "If a service
member or spouse is a vic-
tim of domestic violence, I
encourage them to contact
our FFSC immediately and
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ask to speak with a coun-
selor or victim advocate."
Green reminds DoD
employees that Navy policy
dictates that if they witness
child or spouse abuse, it's
their duty to report it.
For more information
NAS Jax FFSC programs,
call 542-2766, or the Navy-
wide FFSC's 24-hour infor-
mation and referral hotline
at (800) FSC-LINE. You can
also seek confidential infor-
mation on domestic vio-
lence support services by
-calling the National
Domestic Violence Hotline
at 1-800-799-7233.


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Department of Revenue
Taxpayers are getting a 12-day sales
tax holiday on popular hurricane-pre-
paredness supplies now through June
12. Under the law passed by the Florida
Legislature and signed by Governor Jeb
Bush, no state or local sales tax will be col-
lected during this timeframe. Items exempt
from sales tax during this period include:
Qualifying items selling for $20 or
less: Any portable self-pow-
ered light source Battery-
powered flashlights Battery-
powered lanterns Gas-pow-
ered lanterns Candles.
Qualifying items selling
for $25 or less: Any gas or
diesel fuel container.
Qualifying items selling
for $30 or less: Batteries
including rechargeable (listed sizes only) *
AA-cell C-cell D-cell 6-volt (excluding
automobile and boat batteries) 9-volt
(excluding automobile and boat batteries) *
Coolers (food-storage; non-electrical) a Ice
chests (food-storage; non-electrical) First
aid kits (first aid kits are always exempt
from sales tax, regardless of the sales price).


Qualifying items selling for $50 or
less: Radios (self-powered or battery-
powered) Two-way radios (self-powered or
battery-powered) Weather band radios
(self- powered or battery-powered) *
Tarpaulins (tarps) Flexible waterproof
sheeting (visqueen) Ground anchor sys-
tems Tie-down kits.
Qualifying item selling for $750 or
less: Portable generator that will be used
to provide light or communications, or to
preserve perishable food in the
event of a power outage due to a
hurricane.
Note: Battery-powered or gas-
powered light sources and qualify-
ing portable self-powered radios
will qualify for the exemption
even though they may have elec-
trical cords. The exemption does
not apply to the leasing of any of
the above-listed items.
During the hurricane-preparedness tax
holiday, sales of footwear, clothing, books,
and certain accessories are still taxable.
Florida lawmakers have approved a sepa-
rate sales tax holiday for footwear, clothing,
certain accessories, and books for the last
nine days of July 2005. For more informa-
tion, visit www.myflorida.com.


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NAS Jacksonville 2004 Water Quality Report


From the Navy Public
Works Center jax
he Navy Public Works
Center Jacksonville
(PWC Jax), Water
Utilities Division is your
water utility service provi-
der. PWC Jax is very
pleased to provide you with
this year's annual water
quality report.
It is our way of keeping
you informed about the
excellent water and services
that we have delivered to
you over the past year.
PWC Jax's goal is and
always has been, to provide
to you a safe and depend-
able supply of drinking
water. We ensure this high
standard by tapping into a
water. source of two deep
wells, which draw from the
Floridian aquifer.
The Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection (DEP)
has performed a source
water assessment on our
system and a search of the
data sources indicated no
potential sources of contam-
ination near our wells. The
assessment results are
available on the DEP
Source Water Assessment
and Protection Program
Web site at www.dep.state.
fl.us/swapp. Our treatment
of your water supply in-
cludes aeration for odor
control and chlorination to
properly disinfect.
In 2003, we also connect-
ed to, and started receiving
potable water from, a Jack-
sonville Electric Authority
(JEA) supply line adjacent
Roosevelt Boulevard.
Therefore, some of the
data included in this report
is the result of testing per-
formed by JEA., This impor-
tant community partnering
agreement established an
essential alternate source of
water for NAS Jackson-
ville. PWC Jax pleased to
report that our drinking
water meets federal and
state requirements.
PWC Jax routinely moni-


See WATER, Page 15


TEST RESULTS TABLE AS JACKSONVILLE
Results in the Level Detected column for radiological contaminants and inorganic contaminants are the highest detected level at any sampling point, depending on the sampling frequency.
While the NAS Jacksonville water treatment plant was clear, the water received from JEA had minute detections of radiological parameters, all below action levels, as indicated below.


Contaminant and
Unit of Measurement
Gross Alpha (pCi/I)
(from JEA)
Radium 226&228 (pCi/I)
(from JEA)

Contaminant and
Unit of Measurement
Barium (ppm)
(with JEA)
Nitrite (ppm) (NAS JAX only)



Nitrate (ppm) (JEA only)'



Fluoride (ppm) (with JEA)




Sodium (ppm) (with JEA)


Dates of sampling
12/03


MCL Violation Y/N


Radiological Contaminants
Level Detected


Range of Results


MCLG MCL


ND-3.6
0.2-1.5


12/03


Dates of sampling
(mo./yr .
5/02, 7/02, 8/02


MCL Violation Y/N


Inorganic Contaminants
Level Detected
0.031


0.023


0.74


5/02,7/02, 8/02




5/02, 7/02, 8/02


Range of Results
0.02-0.031
N/A



ND 0.05



0.4-0.74




8.5-21


MCLG MCL
0 2
N/A 1


10



, 4




160


Likely Source
of Contamination
Erosion of natural
deposits
Erosion of natural
deposits

Likely Source
of Contamination
Erosion of natural
deposits
Runoff from fertilizer
use; leaching from
septic tanks;
sewage; erosion of
natural deposits.
Runoff from fertilizer
use; leaching from
septic tanks;
sewage; erosion
of natural deposits.
Erosion of natural
deposits; water
additive which
promotes strong
teeth; discharge
from fertilizer and
aluminum factories
Salt water
intrusion,
leaching from
soil


Disinfection By-Products (TTHMs/HAA5/Chlorine Residual)
Note: The result in the Level Detected column for TTHMs and HAA5s is the highest of the four quarterly running annual averages of results from all sampling sites. The quarterly running annual
averages were calculated during the first, second, third, and fourth quarters of 2004.
Contaminant and Dates of sampling MCL Violation Y/N Level Detected Range of Results MCLG MCL Likely Source
Unit of Measurement (mo./yr.) of Contamination
TTHM [Total Quarterly 2004 N 34.1 avg 25.3-58.6 N/A 80 By-product of
Trihalomethanes] (ppb) drinking water


HAA5 [Haloacetic Acids]
(ppb)
Chlorine Residual (ppm)

Contaminant and
Unit of Measurement
Lead (tap water) (ppb)


Copper (tap water) (ppm)


Quarterly 2004

Quarterly 2004

Dates of sampling
(mo./yr.)
6/04
12/04


9.0 avg.


N

AL Violation Y/N
Y
N


6/04
12/04


1.047
Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
90th Percentile
Result
68
7.4

0.51
0.352


5.3- 16.7

0.99-1.13

No. of sites
exceeding the AL
5 of 21 sites
0 of 22 sites

1 of 21 sites
0 of 22.sites


N/A 80


4
(MRDL)
MCLG
0
15

1.3
1.3


hlo rIUnation
By-product of
drinking water
chlorination
Water additive for
microbe disinfections


Likely Source of Contamination
Corrosion of household plumbing
systems; erosion of natural
deposits; leaching from wood
preservatives
Corrosion of household plumbing
systems; erosion of natural deposits;
leaching from wood preservatives


Non-Detects (ND) laboratory analysis indicates that the constituent is not present.
Parts per million (ppm) one part per million corresponds to one minute in two years or a single penny in $10,000.
Parts per billion (ppb) one part per billion corresponds to one minute in 2,000 years, or a single penny in $10,000,000.
Picocuries per liter (pCVL) picocuries per liter is a measure of the radioactivity in water.
Action Level (AL) the concentration of a contaminant, which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements, which a water system must follow.
Maximum Contaminant Level The "Maximum Allowed" (MCL) is the highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the
best available treatment technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal The "Goal"(MCLG) is the level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of
safety.
Not Applicable (N/A) No value limit or restriction has been applied to this particular parameter.


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personnel, and their friends and
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The U.S. Navy Memorial
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The center is currently under renovation.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pinsetters and scoring
system.


Outdoor pool open now.
May 21-Aug. 15
Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m. Recreational Swim
Sunday 1 p.m. 5 p.m. Recreational Swim
Call 542-2930 for more info.

Indoor pool filtration upgrade project began May 9.
Upgrade will require the pool to be closed for three to
six weeks.
Call Aquatics for scheduling changes, 542-2930.



For more information about I.T.T trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
The Beresford Lady; July 16
Includes lunch on an authentic paddleboat and visit to
DeLand House Museum.
$52.75/person
Sign up before July 6.

Orlando Shopping Trip
July 30
Includes a trip to Millenia Mall and the Premium Outlet Mall.
$19.50/person



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.

Mall & Movie Trip
Tomorrow
Free movie at the Orange Park Mall AMC Theater
Liberty van leaves recreation center at 2 p.m.

Texas Hold'em Tournament
June 13
7 p.m. at The Zone

Nine-Ball Tournament
June 14
7 p.m. at Liberty Cove
Winner of this tournament plays Janette Lee," The
Black Widow" during her billiards show on June 21 at The
Zone at 8 p.m.


Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 9, 2005 15


Swim lessons available


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Water Safety Instructor Rachel Grimes watches Level 1 swim lesson participants Dane LaRocque, 4, Norah Burns, 4, Jonathan
Walls, 8 and Olivia Kanobroski, 5, practice their kicking skills at the NAS Jax Outdoor Pool June 2. Signups are still being
taken for swim lessons this summer by calling 542-3720.


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- p.m.



Friday, 7 p.m.: The Life Aquatic (R)
June 17, 7 p.m.: Hide and Seek (R)
June 18, 5 p.m.: Confessions of a Drama Queen (PG)
June 18, 7 p.m.: Boogeyman (PG-13)
June 24, 7 p.m.: Blade: Trinity (R)



For more information about the marina please call 542-
3260.
Summer Hours
April 15- Sept. 15, 8 a.m. 6 p.m.
Friday Sunday & Holidays, 7:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m.
Every Thursday- Free kayak/canoe rental for active
duty


Brand name fishing tackle, sunglasses, knives, and
other gear at low prices.
For more details e-mail phillip.s.collins@navy.mil.


Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more infor-
mation on the youth center please call 778-9772.
Summer Bingo Tomorrow night, 6-8 p.m.
Ages K-17

Marina to hold Zephyrus Races
The MWR Mulberry Cove Marina is sponsoring the
2005 Zephyrus Races every Friday until Sept. 9 at
NAS Jax. The one-design sailboat races will be offici-
ated and organized by the Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club.
The event will run from 4:30-7 p.m. Registration is from
4:30-5:15 p.m. and the race begins at 5:40 p.m.
The race will held between the Buckman Bridge and the
Fuller Warren Bridge. The Mighty Zephyrus Prize will be
awarded to the skipper or crew who wins the most races,
per each one-design sailboat, at the end of the series in
September.
Participants can compete one on one or as a squadron
team. You may use the marina's own Lasers, Flying
Juniors, and Flying Scots for free. The cost is $5 per race.
To register and reserve a sailboat at the marina, call 542-
3260.


WATER: Annual quality report full of facts about drinking water


From Page 13
tors for contaminants in
your drinking water accord-
ing to federal and state
laws :and regulations.
Except as indicated other-
wise, this table shows the
results of monitoring from
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2004.
As authorized and
approved by Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA),
the state has reduced moni-
torinig requirements for cer-
taii contaminants to less
often than once per year
because the concentrations
of these contaminants are
not expected to vary signifi-
cantly from year to year.
Therefore, some of our
data, though representa-
tive, is more-than one year
old. ; -.
We are proud that your
drinking water meets or
exceeds all federal and
state requirements. Recent
sampling to ensure a good
quality source from JEA
has revealed a temporary
change in the chemistry of
the potable water, especial-
ly affecting levels of lead
and copper.
Follow-up sampling indi-


cated parameters are with-
in limits set by the national
drinking water standards.
The sources of drinking
water (both tap water and
bottled water) include
rivers, lakes, streams,
ponds, reservoirs, springs,
and wells. As water travels
over the surface of the land
or through the ground, it
dissolves naturally occur-
ring minerals and, in some
cases, radioactive material,
and can pick up substances
resulting from the presence
of animals or from human
activity.
Contaminants that may
be present in source water
include:
(A:) Microbial contami-
nants, such as viruses and
bacteria, which may come
from sewage treatment
plants, septic systems, agri-
cultural livestock opera-
tions, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contami-
nants, such as salts and
metals, which can be natu-
rally-occurring or result
from urban stormwater
runoff, industrial or domes-
tic wastewater discharges,
oil and gas production, min-
ing, .or farming.


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cides, which may come from
a variety of sources such as
agriculture, urban
stormwater runoff, and res-
idential uses.
(D) Organic chemical con-
taminants, including syn-
thetic and volatile organic
chemicals, which are by-
products of industrial
processes and petroleum
production and can come
from gas stations, urban
stormwater runoff, and sep-
tic systems.
(E) Radioactive contami-
nants, which can be natu-
rally occurring or be the
result of oil and gas produc-
tion and mining activities.
In order to ensure that
tap water is safe to drink,
EPA prescribes regulations
which limit the amount of
certain contaminants in
water provided by public
water systems. FDA regula-
tions establish limits for
contaminants in bottled
water, which must provide
the same protection for
public health.
All drinking water,
including bottled water,
may reasonably be expected
to contain at least small


amounts of some contami-
nants. The presence of con-
taminants does not neces-
sarily indicate that the
water poses a health risk.
More information about
contaminants and potential
health effects can be
obtained by calling the
Environmental Protection
Agency's Safe Drinking
Water Hotline at 1-800-
426-4791.
MCLs are set at very
stringent levels: to under-
stand the possible health
effects described for many
regulated contaminants, a
person would have to drink
two liters of water every
day at the MCL for a life-
time to have a one-in-a-mil-
lion chance of having the
described health effect.
Some people may be more
vulnerable to contaminants
in drinking water than the
general population.
Immuno-compromised per-
sons such as persons with
cancer undergoing
chemotherapy, persons who
have undergone organ
transplants, people with
HIV/AIDS or other immune
system disorders, some eld-
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seek advice about drinking
water from their health
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infection by cryptosporidi-
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(800-426-4791).
For further information
or questions concerning
this report or PWC Jax
Water Utility Division,
Navy on-base housing resi-


dents should first contact
their station housing office
and activity employees
should first contact their
safety or environmental
offices.
All questions will be
answered through your
activity or directly with the
customer. Navy personnel
who live in private resi-
dences can also contact
PWC Jax for general ques-
tions on water quality by
calling Wally Holdstein at
542-3991, Ext. 4632.


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last month on Navy
Knowledge Online (NKO)
to provide improved func-
tionality and enhanced
career management.
This 5VM is designed to
be more user-friendly, and
is one more step toward
improving functionality
and integrating with other
systems by incorporating
feedback from Sailors.
"Our mission is building
Sea Warriors, and Sailors
properly managing their
career progression through
the 5VM is a core piece in
that enterprise," said Rear
Adm. Ann Rondeau, com-
mander, Naval Personnel
Development Command
(NPDC).
"The Revolution in
Training (RIT) is geared
toward putting the right
Sailors with the right
skills in the right place at
the right time in support of
Sea Warrior and the
Human Capital Strategy
(HCS). The 5 Vector Model
is the Sea Warrior tool that
not only is allowing Sailors
to take charge of their own


careers, but it will assist
their commands with
meeting the Navy's mis-
sion, as well," she added.
The new version of the
5VM is easier to navigate.
The information contained
inside the 5VM is now logi-
cally grouped and divided
by three separate tabs.
The three tabs are
Summary, Career and
Learning. The Summary
tab contains Sailors'
account information and
lists their current skills'.
For' Reservists, the
Summary tab contains a
link to define their civilian
skills, as well,
The Career tab provides
access to the Career
Mapper, Requisitions and
Job Recommendations,
enabling Sailors to have a
better idea of what their
career options might be.
The Learning tab shows
Sailors what they have
accomplished so far
(Learning History). The
data may be sorted by
course identification num-
ber, course name, course
type or transcript date.
A second section under
the Learning tab helps
Sailors gauge where they
are with their current
eLearning enrollments.
The third Learning section
provides course recommen-


dations for the future.
"As with any huge under-
taking that will affect the
careers of so many Sailors,
the 5VM is ever evolving,"
Rondeau said. "The feed-
back we got from the Fleet
was that the previous ver-
sion was confusing to
many Sailors and instead
of providing answers, it
invited more questions. We
looked at those questions
and took steps to alleviate
the confusion and make
the 5VM less intimidat-
ing."
An example of this
streamlined process is the
detailed procedure provid-
ed for adding contacts and
establishing supervisor-
subordinate or mentor-pro-
t6g6 relationships. In a vir-
tual sense, Sailors are now
walked through these
processes with the click of
a mouse.
In the past, it required
the submission of a ques-
tion through NKO feed-
back channels or a series
of phone calls to find the
answer. With the answers
now at their fingertips,
Sailors will hopefully be
more inclined to log on to
NKO and use this tool that
will eventually be the
heart of their career man-
agement.
The new version of the


5VM does not yet address
all of the future functional-
ity of the Sea
Warrior vision, nor does
Version 11 incorporate offi-
cer and civilian 5VMs. But
while Sea Warrior current-
ly does not provide the
ability to detail, promote,
or determine performance
rankings, Version 11 is the
next step in that direction.
"I understand there may
be some skepticism on the
part of Sailors concerning
the usefulness of the 5VM
as it stands right now, but
this is our Navy's future,"
Rondeau continued. "The
5VM will provide the best
opportunity for Sailors to
harness, sharpen and
showcase their skills as it
continues to mature under
Sea Warrior and eventual-
ly becomes a true and valid
resume of a Sailor's knowl-
edge, skills and abilities."
To view their 5VM,
Sailors need to log onto
their NKO account and
click the "View your Five
Vector Model (5VM)" link
from the 5 Vector Model
channel.


FFSC offers educational and support programs


T he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC) Life
Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive meas-
ure for the avoidance of personal and fam-
ily problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are
free and available to service members and
their families and Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
tration.


The following workshops are available
in June:
June 13-16, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Workshop
June 14, 9 a.m. noon Stress
Management Workshop
June 27-30 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program (retiring)
June 28, 9 a.m. noon Anger Control
Workshop
Other workshops are planned for July
and August. For further information or to
register, call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


HELPING HANDS


Teach an adult how to read
Tutor training dates are June 11 and June 18 from 9 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. A continental breakfast is provided. Registration and comple-
tion of both classes is required to receive tutor certification. For
details, call Lesley Ramsey at 399-8894, Ext. 10.
Adamec's Harley-Davidson Motorcycle
Run
Assist with this event June 25 in support of the Children's Miracle
Network. The ride starts at Venus Swimwear on Beach Boulevard at
11 a.m. and ends in Orange Park. Help with registration and cele-
bration after the ride. For more information, call Kristen Folkers at
202-2366.
Kingfish tournament
The BellSouth Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament needs
volunteers to help July 18-23 at Sisters Creek Park, 8205
Heckscher Drive. Lots of opportunities available. Call Vickie Snipes
at 751-5188 for details.
HabiJax opportunities
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 coordinating donat-
ed 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 through-
out the year to help out. For more information, call Gamble Wright-
Stuebgen at 444-8524.

TRAINING: Helping future leaders
From Page 2

our future leadership may not fully appreciate the need to
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to stand a watch is important, but learning about our
Sailors and why they serve is even more important. Our
future officers need to understand that leading and man-
aging people will be their toughest, yet most rewarding,
tasks.


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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Basketball league starting
This is an active duty league only. Roster and
entry forms are due by tomorrow. Stop by the gym
to pick up the rules and entry forms to join the
league.
Racquetball tourney
A men and women's open racquetball tourna-
ment will be held this month. The event is free and
open to all authorized gym patrons over 18.
There will be a recreational and competitive divi-
sion for men and a women's division. All matches
will be played in the evening starting at 5 p.m.
Call the NAS Jax Gymnasium at 542-3239 to sign
up by June 22.
Officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, 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 top 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.


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.
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
269-2945.
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 Musedm 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-


Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 3 Hrs.
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Team
Pressure
Hornets
Hurricanes
Shockers
Bud Lite
Prowlers
Sonic Boom
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6
4
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Losses
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2
3
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5
5
6
7


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Photos by Ryan Crook
Billy Gawrych performs flatland stunt riding for the crowd during the Mongoose Schwinn
Stunt Team's visit to the NAS Jax Navy Exchange Sunday.


Mongoose stunt team flies high


By Ryan Crook
Special Contributor

T he NAS Jax Navy
Exchange (NEX) host-
ed the Mongoose-
Schwinn Stunt Team on a
hot summer Sunday after-
noon this past weekend. The
group, who is sponsored by
Schwinn and Mongoose
bicycles, travels around the
country and performs stunt
shows.
They travel about nine
months out of the year. In
addition to performing stunt
shows for Schwinn, they
also participate in contests
in and out of the country.
"We travel all over the
United States, Canada and
I've even gone overseas a
few times," regarded Dan
Sieg, one of the riders for
the team.
The team has a regimen-
tal schedule, sometimes per-
forming at fairs for 11 days
at a time. Sieg has been rid-
ing for well over 10 years
and his prowess on the bike
shows that experience. He
and his fellow rider, Ommar
Estrada, performed stunts
that got the crowd roaring.
People in the crowd, young
and old, were amazed at the
skill that these riders
showed.
The riders performed aeri-
al tricks over 15-feet in the
air, sometimes holding onto
nothing more than their
bike seat. This particular
trick was known as a 'super-
man,' because of the skill
and bravery involved in exe-
cuting the trick.
Other tricks included rid-
ing up and jumping ramps
together, doing back flips
over the ramps and landing
with ease, and even going
over the ramp and twisting
the bike around at the han-
dle bars. Some of these
tricks were executed with
ease, although some of the
tricks were landed just at
the right time with an inch
or two to spare before hit-
ting the ground.
The show announcer, Billy
Gawrych, who is also a
rider, performed what was
known as 'flatland' riding.
This style of stunt bike rid-
ing involves no ramps or air
tricks. It simply involves
* complex tricks on the bike,
such as riding backwards,
hopping on one wheel, or
getting up and standing on


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Dan Sieg performs a back flip at the stunt show.


the seat. The crowd was
just as amazed at this style
of riding as the two riders
who were performing aerial
tricks.
One of the more interest-
ing aspects of riding profes-
sionally is how you get
picked up to become a spon-
sored rider. Sieg recalled
this after the show was over.
Though he has been riding
for more than 10 years, he
has been professional for
only four of those years. He
recalled that it is merely the
people you know that get


you involved with riding
professionally.
"I was doing shows for a
different company and these
guys needed help a few
months ago," said Sieg.
"They only needed help for a
few days, but it worked out
and I kept doing more
shows with them.
The group performed
three shows on Sunday
afternoon and signed auto-
graphs for fans, young and
old, in a booth in front of the
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experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
6025.
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The 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.
firstcoastcommunity.com/mom-
sclub.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AOC Richard Holmes at 542-
3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-


7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
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
www.pwpnflorida.com.
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.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association, Inc. will
hold its monthly meeting June
14 at 6 p.m. at Shands
Jacksonville Hospital in the Blue
Room on the first floor. For more
information, Call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950.
The Jacksonville Genea-
logical Society meeting will be
held June 21 at 1:30 p.m. at the
Willow Branch Library at 2874
Park Ave. For more information,
call Mary Chauncey at 781-
9300.
A Youth Fishing Derby will
be held Aug. 20 at Oceanway
Park 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
information, call 573-4918.
Dunkirk Lighthouse will host
a military reunion at the Days
Inn Dunkirk in Fredonia, N.Y.
Sept. 15-18. Call Jules Nagy at
1-888-333-2831 or 1-888-333-
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Assets. Bow front cabi- By Appt. 564-3648. Seepiconowners.com let us help with financing cornerlot. Forsale. 20 2.97 AC. $429K. CallMr. Bradley 8741862 Real Estate
Announcements nets clawfoot tables GATELYOAKS- 42 split DGT5591 avail now. PCS might be your last chance to mins N.A.S. 11$215,000. 904-269-6000 or 291-3100
etc. China, porcelain, GAvndalT/LY OAKS 4/2 split, AT i RIK own at the Beach 8597117. for Rent
100Clubs and lighting, toys, clocks, G00adr2FpC, 2350sf, $299k. RENOVATED 3/1BRICK
Organizations jewelry, books, military, 300 Ortega 221-1634 4845 Appleton Ave. Brand new 3bdrm condos G4r2n8i.dKn Rere$79, nd10 OAKWOOD 98.no credit O 4 m
10 andcollectables ventage F135k. 904-3182190 Newappls, fplc, end gar&more 1428Sf. 3/2 $179900! End OAKWOOD 98.no credit
105 Dating and Services clothing. Old quilts, and O ond E FOREST6/4, Open Mon-Sat 11-5. Sun 125 GREEN COVE SPRINGS fplpatio,big lot. $3500 ApFurnished
107TelephoneDating new supplies. Wed. NEWOrtegaCondo 3489sf..45acculdesac SBO3br/2baCH&A, 9042412270 Foreclosure3bed,$29,900! PALENCIA3/2,Presrv lot, eq,$394mo. 7308606 40Apartments
Services 5p m -8pm, Thur/Fri. Riverfront lot. 375k neg. 708-7830 screen porchfire- Listings 800-749-8124 x5867 wd flrs corian, Irmstr 41Condominiums
110 Happy Ads 1-e4d #s on wed at c whpoo ines1/ 2plac 5r ,cATL 1elMinaste, tumble ed stn $369,900
8am /10am. 1708 River Wpool fness 2 COLLNSWOOD-nd902 4.778.L560 Sl FSBO770-361-4900. ORANGE PK N. DW 3/2. 412Retirement
lS Lost and Found Oaks Rd. in San Marco clubhouse all ameni- story hm. 3/2.5, 2478sf, 3/2, 150x190lot,
i2Notics www.blangston.com ties must see call 2 car gar, marblefplc, Call 241-0526 HEART OF ORANGE PARK!W whisper Ridge Danbury r e .$800 4b 5 CommuFnitieshed
1269.esals 692693 $1Sk in extras. $265k SPRINGTREE- 2160sf14 R LRF NGE PARKR Wh ferNRidge an ury 71&61809; 321-2310106 4l5House8 Furnished
12 i www.blangston.com $15k in etras. $265 SPRIN E- 2160 sf, 4/2.5, DR, LR, GR 2000sfNew4/2,culde 420 Houses Unfurnished
13 ces rawford 2-212-7613 AFFORDABLE QUALITY NEPTUNE BCH Triplex, /poo. Joe 591-6372 sac, $269.9k 904.8386440 25 featured
135Travel/Rides WILL BUILD TO SUIT NEW HOMES Unobstructed ocean 1334 Plainfield $224,900 .425 Manufact
Travel/R9des Ri homes avail +/- I300K NEWHOMES view. $945k. 904-739-3066 904-591-5372 32t.u s 69-2 2 Homoes Lt
1OVacatinsTravels 302 Riverside a 6 -$300K 3BR/2BA 1649 SF. OCONDO4N 342 St. Augustine CALL 69S-22 427 oobe me Lots
147 Dating Services From the $150's. OCEANFRONT CONDO IN 435 Rooms to Rent
i n Dplex 3/1 unts 400 310 Mandarin t 9 2ABCLrg2 w/gar, ORANGEPARK-32 SAVE HOUSANDS
1En t/ur income. remod F 310 Mandarin Ask about Spenam strge, $595k 904-246,7012 I'cusrn,m bu.,, nom. FSSOS August L L .nd Horr,e Pacage! 440BesCh/VaCatios/
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Services 300sf $285K. 993-1024 $221,000 786-9135 itai p ople raise Floraa lb gcres ir, J1cksc.r.ville. 445Storage/Mini-
S L and 197SF 3/2,2story nice or Keystone counter. ,:.n one acre $189 ets ou Don. 5 Mo. Lockers
115 Lst and Real Estate FORECLOSURE Calld h bypp221 0 278-6005 334 Heights of Ian .s A3 sP CALL 291-3100 450Management/Rental
3BRtONLYO$425500 52b3 4 Hegt m o rt g a g e S 71k Oan' 1 904-460-0363 Services
For Sale 00749124 5545 4/2 BRICK HOME on over HOM B TONEY 3/2 WMH ON 3 ACRES, er and se 866-781-2564 SKYLINE 9228x60. 3/2, 4SSWantedtoRent
L Lost 2 pc gold ladies 2300sf, inornd pool, .5 + CRC-057161 3/2 DWMH ON 3 ACRES. oe and see ,:,r S3t
Losweedi set on NS 230-292 Ge ia Counties ac,299,900. 731-0102 _fenced & crossed fen more det ail cil _11_s________ den. stO.c i. .g fplc.
Sar ae 3--9 FGeorgia Counties / 29,07112for horses, on paved Rd 1.86E 291 176 I before d.snaihr.c air pvt lot.
MayportBase Reward 294Fernandina/ se 4/2 Pool Mand. Land- 322 Argyle 700ft frontage, high & 3PM central time. 350 Waterfront $13,500. 730860b
904-249-4763 Amelia Island 305 Southside escaped w/outside bar Ar dry in Clay Co. $119,500 __ _400 Apartments
296 Georgia Miscellaneous 249,900 904-476-7733 0 B O. 9)4 233 -9085; TRIPLEWIDE 97 3/2, den 400 Furnished
LOST -near Jetties, 30Avondale/Ortega MOSS PT 3/2, Ownr fin. or 352-4782275 Beautiful PrIv Starratt Crk TRIPLEIDE '973/2, den
gold ID bracelet. 32RIversideAOnL OR i3BR, Buy FORECLOSUREn i3 t wnr. SKIING, BOATING, FISHING facing Nassau valley No credit/. FpIcp app
IP engraved Cathe- 30sSouthside3 v0074,viOapp5st p new2paintd77800422rkoo
w rine gold necklace 306 Intracoastal West 335 Orange Park/ 7BEAUTY*9 CANAL LOTS PUTNAM CO mo. 730-86063, port close to shop-
with Shamrock and 307 San Marco FRUIT COVE HOMEI North Clay River access start at ping areas close dis-
laddau270-6335arms. 310Mandarin 3/2 Only $70,000! For 325 Jacksonville 5/3.5, 3 car gar, 4200sf, $60K. 904.626-6867 tance to NAS Mayport and
270-6335 31SArlington Home Buyers listings 800-749-8124 x5345 A 3/2 HOME. deluxe custom Priv rd Creeron Na to st Lots for Sale aXtiUniversity a$400 +split
320Westside Mortgaes reOur Nice3/21476sf, 2cargar. 3/1, 734 E. 60th St. Only $58,000For Listings w/boatramp&water C Johns. Fulbrick,dock, 3es -234-8652 or
120 notices ltackSnvle fencd9sec6sysE$o17493900 $85,000 WD, sove frig 74981248987 Call Builder 716-7766 4/2.5, $629K 287-8400 100x250 LOT Located 925-848-2725
__________ 326Sprinrfield gar, fen bk yd, 764-0364 GATED RVRFT w/dock between NASr and WESTSIDE a Country
Bankruptcy Law Firm of 327Downtown commune 3yr beauty Orange Park Mall just setting just off 103rd st.
Bankof 315 Arlington ABR HOMEI Only$50k! R Andrade R $77 262-2820 off Collins Rd. Zoned afew m to 1-295,
Lansing J. Roy P.A. 330 Beaches 2 _Middeug_ Must Sell! For listings consultech.org/hse.htm Resid/ Duplex.Make NAS Blanding, OP,
391-0030 33 done eights/ Ft. Caroline Home! 3/2, call 800-749-8124 x1002 Military Relocation Specialst Offer. 740-77-2789 Argyle furn guest hse
sets on 1 acre lot, lots
IN HOME CHILD Melrose Only$74,900! FULLY REMODELED N 5 Condominiums -Res of beautiful trees.
E -OME enngD 335 Orange Park/ Listings 800 749 8124 x5569 Reduced! 4/2 CAC. Lgyd. CDRNCUSN(ret)355Condom um ACRES Re 2br/lba, 1 car esar
available. On base ClayCount Closing cost paid by i gorgeous w/vauted
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912-576-4112 339 Putnam County 3963541 or 34371 Westside $10490087734 randradewatsonrealtycorp.com FARMS o
340 St. John's County 3i SEE AD UNDER BEACHES WHITELOCK FARMS walk in closets, extra
NEEDALAWYER? 342St. Augustine WeOffe R A N D NE W Beaches ou're bung OR CALL 241-2270 4.03 acre lot- St. Johns amenities incyswasher
Accident? Arrest? Divorce? 344 St. Augustine Beach A Hgh level of TOWNHOME 30 Beaches If you're buying, Palatka2/2Townhome, triExclusiveunes- ch& aMar see call
AAAAttrney Referral vc 345 Nassau County professional service 3/2.5, $109995, selling, or relocating, Nice view of St. Johns Build your dream home, 545-8956
a800-733-5342 24 hrs oatrfront re Garden Tub, scrn 3/2 TH 9B Ponte Vedra ive me a call! Rvr. Newly renov. Amen. property is fenced,
35 nrominiums 100% Financing back porch,. Immed for Ct. lake front, $179,900 give me a cal avr. $195kN 386.-326- 1101 natural setting, great artmnts
355 Condominiums programs available, sale. 5min to N.A.S. PCS tenant occupy 543 0686 school district. A must 405 Apartments
360utofArea/Town/ www.Residcon@aoLcom 859-7117 sch.o,. ,el ILVLLAGOCONDO seedcommunit. 4 UnAfurnished
130 Tickets State Watson Realty Corp 2/2.5 scenic lake $349,000. 407 -648-044 ie
365 Manufactured Homes BRICK CUST Bit '01, 9128 ATL BCH Mayport
Mill Ln 4/2 OWNER FINING 4729 US Hwy 17S W 7 .view 20st ro x 904-233-0142 $199 Moves You
WANTED (3) 1stround 375 Farms/Acreage HOMEIN BARTRAM $235Kbyappt 772-1240 Renovated 3/2 town hm Orange Park, FL 32003 complex near new t. n on our 3Bedrooms
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For Sale preservelot, must sell9,0
385 Miscellaneous 279,900. Call 262-9924 .. 519-503 PCS Scou,3dareag Arlngton
390Real Estate Wanted or a 74t3712y1. NEGLIGENCE/PERSONAL INJURIES MBURGh bVINES lbr+ 5.9 ACRES Sgi WO 16x80
0RdNEGLIGENCE ERSONAL INJURIES murphy bed/2full bath Crk running thru prop- Central location, pool.
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230 Georgia Real Po c c t d N gremod. $76k. 449-4914 904' 721-1466
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Auctons 155 Blanding Blvd. NEW RIVERFRONT 4br/2.5ba home' $175K
200SBO 3/2Auctions 2 car Orange Park, FL 32073 SERIOUS INJURIES 3/218TH.5wd foors. o18 EafficiencyRIVERFRONT
210 Estate Sales oIeed patio, prut Joyce E. Smith Brain Damage Birth Defects maple cab',S/S app Land Available Balcony, Heat/AC Paid!
220 Public Sales fenr ce she sprin- REALTOR Spinal Cord Injury Nerve Damage mmac. 3 balconies. Large Tracts n South 84-6151 Monat
$11re4,w700e.00Kinpoand Direct: (904) 465-2427 Walk to Ailtell Stad. Georgia for Sale or Baymeadows/S'side
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BRAND NEW CONDO3/2 EASTSIDE -3/2CH&A, HUD OAKLEAF brand new, 4/2 Ponte Vedra $hare 4/2
Allap813-4155 mo. OK,$700mo.1534 Pasco St brick, avail now, dep + utils 904 273.8937
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blinds.ground fir, avail lanai, 2002sf, $1295m. 264-1425 1/2ba, Pets ok 9627779 O550 Business
6/15 $1290 pet w/dep. $1350m. Discount OP 4/2 Flemin Island O rutis
813-2762, 818-523-2526 long term lease golf, poo house WESTSIDE Share 555 DFranciburships/
808-620-1719 $/293mo. 9195723321 /2 house, furn Franchises
JULINGTON CRK 3/2.5TH $25mo.6972 room, cable & WD. 560FinancialServices
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OCEANFRONT-JAXCH, $900mls/ast.528964 $1395m. 800-260-2979 dep. No drinkin/NS. 570Mortgages Bought
3/2 1500sf, end unit FLEMING ISL 3/2, 2car RK 3/2 brick Wi discforMItary and Sold
$1900 lyr lease 705.4208 pool, acuzz., fr ORANGE PARK. 3/2, brick 7832220.
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pool $950. 476-6153 ICW/PABLO BAY 3/3. ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS Seafood at 4510 Ocear
2400sf, FP, garhuge lot, PACE ISLAND Gate w/Micro, Refrig St., Mayport, FL 32233
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$650 & UP A MONTH pool, WD, tile firs, avail $ 1150 382-1758 $600mo. utils pd.

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4488 Loveland
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3/2 1510SF $950
$500 OFF 1ST
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3/2 1575SF $1050
4495 Loveland Pass
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3/2 1875SF $1095
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9602 Grove Hills Ln.
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5325 Comanche
2/1 900SF $650
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208 17th Street
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5310 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL. 32209
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88&-547-6649
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$750/avg week. Safety
bonus $1,000, vacation
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m olidoak Tkdutye FMovnU RD. 700. 904-568-6829 lamps exc cond, $500 $300 Dining Set (6)
roll-top desk$500 Workstation/Cubicles i18th8am-5pm 1123 a, CRAFTMASTIER 904-213-0284 $275 Power
OBO. Call215-5337. Only $595 t Oak Ridge Dr. S. / SOFA Beautiful, like n Table 42' Maple $1009923958
4, washer Whirl- Herman Miller 8'x 8' clothes, toys, misc. 'tI /new Sectional. tan T w/12" leaf and 4Sl
00o 7 speed, with pedestal & overhead. O upholstery, very &Is chairs, like new membersUneeded.UFood
Fiheavy duty, extra Gator Office Furniture T 1278 Indepen- $2200; will sell for $700. L5 Table Pecan plots, stocked fishing
large; 4 cycle, 3 I(904) 724-6400 kidence Drive. Mov- 904-387-5952 Kimberly call 241-2070
temperature, heavy ing. Sat-Sun 0700 Lv msg.
duty,extra large $350 Hoveround lift chair. TABLEglass, like 4 TREADMU.Lifes-
for Dair. Call after 5pm. 925 Computers appliances, computer DINING RM set 9pc 4 side .T new with four black | tyler &Ohp incline
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games, golf. curio, 1 server, 1 table info. $200 obo. sink w/faucet $50.
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For Sale 64MBRam 2GB indeWpenience -DININGROOM SET, TASK CHAIR,AVer-
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The 2005 RL reflects the evolution of Acura's luxury sedan from the original Legend model in 1986.



Acura's all-new RL stirs old magic


By Dan Scanlan
Special
When Acura became the first
luxury-sport marque to the
U.S. market in 1986, its
firsi model created quite a stir.
The Legend was a large, leather-
lined, V-6 sedan with accoutrements
only BMW and Mercedes-Benz own-
ers were used to, plus a dose of the
precision build quality parent compa-
ny Alonda was getting known for.
Soon, Infiniti (Nissan) and Lexus
(Toyota) followed suit with luxury
cars, while Acura made a name for
itself in sporty cars like the mid-
engine NSX and the sporty Integra
compact. But as those models became
more intense in power and technolo-
gy, the Legend became the RL
-(Replace Legend?) and lost some of
its edge. By the time the last-genera-
tion model appeared a few years ago,
it had become a comfortable-if-staid
(boring) luxury sedan with none of
the pizzazz of its RSX and TL sedan
siblings.
That has changed for 2005, with a
more aggressive-looking, more power-
ful and more capable RL, albeit one
with a V-6 in a market segment
where the competition (340-hp
Infiniti Q45 and 290-hp Lexus LS)
have V-8s. But like Acuras of old, this
one has enough gee-whiz-bang tech-
nology to keep even the most dedicat-
ed German sedan owner happy.
The new design starts with the
more-angular face seen on the snap-
py TL and RSX sedans, placed on a
more wedge-shaped body. It's not as
aggressive as the company's smaller
designs, but certainly sportier. The
chrome-trimmed grille gets four
graphite-tinted wings with the big
Acuia calipers insignia in the middle,
and a wide vented air intake and
flush projector fog lights underneath.
The headlights have twin projector
beams in each housing, in ray gun-
like collars, the low beams an Active
Lighting System that swivel in
response to speed and steering wheel
input.
Thin chrome spears accent the
front bumper edges, while flared
fenders front and rear house 5-spoke
alloy wheels wear Michelin
P245/50R17 all-season tires. The
beltline rises to meet an accent line
at the top of the rear fenders. Big
angular taillights accent the tail, as
do tWvo chrome exhaust tips.
It'd'all a lot more exciting, but not
as aggressive as it could have been.
While almost 3 inches shorter than
the current RL, with an extra inch of


Dan Scanian/special
Black leather seats face a dashboard with
real wood accents, a slick center stack
with Bose digital surround-sound stereo,
satellite navigation, and dual-zone climate
control, all controllable by voice com-
mand.
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Vehicle type
Base price
Engine type
Displacement
Horsepower (net)
Torque (Ib-ft)
Transmission
Wheelbase
Overall length
Overall width
Height
Front headroom
Front legroom
Rear headroom
Rear legroom
Cargo capacity
Curb weight
Fuel capacity
Mileage rating
Last Word


5-passenger, mid-size luxury sedan
$48,900 (As driven $49,470)
SOHC, 24-valve WTL alloy V-6
3.5-liter
300 hp at 6,200 rpm
260 at 5,000 rpm
4-speed automatic
110.2 in.
193.6 in.
72.7 in.
57.1 in.
38.5 in.
42.4 in.
37.2 in.
36.3 in.
13.1 cubic feet
3,984 pounds
19.4 gallons
18 mpg city/ 26 mpg highway
(A quiet, precise, well-equipped
all-wheel-drive sedan with
a bit more flair)


width, it doesn't look it. But despite a
lightweight aluminum front and rear
subframe and aluminum hood, trunk
lid, and front fenders, the new car is
115 pounds more than the old thanks
to some of the stuff we will tell you
about now.
The remote key fob's Keyless Access
System transmits a signal that
unlocks the drivers door when the
person with it in their pocket touches
the handle. A sensuous strip of real
wood accents the dashboard,
although the wood trim on the door
panels looks a bit synthetic. The dri-
ver's seat was very comfortable, with
twin memory presets and eight-way
power adjustments and power lum-
bar. The front passenger gets four-
way power and power lumbar, while
both get seat heaters. The steering
wheel has power tilt and telescope
adjustments, with stereo, hands-free
telephone and cruise buttons dimly


back-lit at night. Pewter-rimmed
gauges include a 160-mph speedome-
ter over the digital message and trip
computer screen, fuel and tempera-
ture on the right and an 8,000-rpm
tach on the left.
The dash center looks like a high-
end home stereo topped by a large 8-
inch satellite navigation/climate con-
trol/audio system/message center
screen, buff alloy plastic framing
their soft-touch function buttons
below, and a unique tight weave cloth
covering the slim clock/stereo/interior
temperature display atop the padded
dash top.
The climate control's basic two-zone
temperature and defrost buttons are
on top, above the superb Acura/BOSE
10-speaker Surround Sound System
with AM-FM-6-disc CD/DVD-Audio
and DTS system. It had an active
noise cancellation system that coun-
tered cabin and road noise and made
the interior hush quiet bar some tire
noise. Below that, a big alloy and
rubber Interface Dial and selection
buttons for the audio, navigation, a/c,
menu and set-up. We found the dial
fairly easy to use to access menus or
spell out a street name easier than
similar systems on some European
cars we could name. And if you didn't
want to spin and tap, a voice recogni-
tion program handles more than 500
commands for satellite navigation,
stereo and climate control systems.
It misunderstood me sometimes.
But for the most part, it made adjust-
ing the fan, changing stations, even
mapping out a route someplace very
easy without touching any button on
the dash. The car also has a
HandsFreeLink wireless telephone
interface with OnStar system over-
head, plus standard power moonroof,
power rear sunshade and manual
rear side window shades.
The 2004 RL's trunk was 14 cubic
feet, while the 2005 model's shrunk
to 13.1 cubic feet. But it's deep,
square and usable, although the rear
seats don't fold down, so only long,
skinny stuff can fit there through the
pass-through behind the armrest.
With all this tech, we had some
glitches.
The Active Front Lighting System
threw a warning message on the nav-
igation system and trip computer dis-
plays one night, saying," The head-
lights may not function properly in a
turn." We turned off the engine and it
appeared to reboot, although the left
light didn't swing anymore on turns.
The same display screens lit up later,
saying the Super-Handling All-Wheel


Drive was on the blink, a computer
voice adding that "stability and trac-
tion control system may not operate,
but the regular brakes work."
A digital bar graph on the trip com-
puter display that shows how much
power is going to which, wheel
showed only the front wheels were
getting power. Again, we rebooted
(turned the engine on and off) and all
was fine. But every time we put a
briefcase on the front passenger seat,
another warning came up that the
passenger air bag was off. That's sup-
posed to happen if a small child is
seated there, so WHY did I need to
know every time?
Acura boosted the 2004 model's
225-hp V-6 to 300 hp in the 3.5-liter,
24-valve, aluminum VTEC V-6, with
18 mpg city/26 mpg highway, accord-
ing to the EPA. We averaged 19 mpg.
The engine runs through a five-
speed automatic transmission with
steering wheel-mounted paddle-
shifters that were fun sometimes, but
more often, we let it smoothly shift
itself to 60-mph in 6.7 seconds. It's no
V-8, but it's OK.
The ride was smooth and comfort-
able, submerging most bumps with
controlled rebound and no sloppiness.
The car does lean a bit in turns, but
takes a set and hangs in, the SH-
AWD distributing torque between
the front and rear wheels, or left and
right rear wheels as needed. Toss the
car into a corner and add power, and
more is sent to the outer rear wheel
to help rotate the car better into the
turn and reduce understeer. It
worked.
The base price on the Acura RL is
$48,900, which includes everything
standard, including front, driver and
front passenger side airbag, and side
curtain airbags. The only other cost
en route to the $49,470 manufactur-
er's suggested retail price is a desti-
nation fee.
Bottom line the new Acura RL is
a sharper-looking, higher-contented,
more powerful sedan with lots of
high-tech safety, comfort and luxury
options standard, and a ride that cos-
sets but doesn't get mushy. Acura
decided to offer a high-content sedan
for a digestible price that doesn't tout
itself as a sports sedan, but just a
good all-rounder that makes driving
confidence-inspiring with technology
no one else has for this price.
Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehicles on
Northeast Florida's roads, averaging about 200
miles of combined highway and city traffic dur-
ing a weeklong test. The test vehicles are provid-
ed by the manufacturer according to their sched-
ule, and represent a broad spectrum of sizes and
prices. The prices listed are manufacturer's sug-
gested retail prices.


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1300 Motorcycles
HONDA XR80 '02 dirt
bike, like new $1150
Call 693-0977
4. KAWASAKI EX250
/ '99- NINJA R.
I 145kmi, Jet stages
muzzy pipe, oar.
kept, only $18000oo.
Mike 772-1754
4, KAWASAKI EX 250
'99 Ninja, 14K mi,
IlJet Stage 3, Muzzy
Pipe, garage kept,
only $1800 OBO. Call
Mike 904-772-1754
KAWASAKI EX 250
'99, 2 cylinder. 4
I lJstroke, 1400 miles.
Runs and looks
good. Jet Stage 3 Muzy
Pipe $1800. 772-1754
4 KAWASAKI KZ900
'76 14,000 miles,
new tire and bat-
tery orig green
color stock exhurst
$5500 obo. Dave
859-9334
SUZUKI KATANA '00
750 Custom Paint Job
S 4300m1, two helmets
and manual. $4500.
904-707-2928/725-4171.
Excellent Conditon.
SUZUKI KATANA
'00, 750cc custom
l rpgnt 4300 mi, two
helmets and manual
$4500. 912-673-8940
SUZUKI RM250 '01
bought new last yr, new
full race gear size 10.5
$4000 firm 904-226-2092
4. SUZUKI VL-1500
SBurgundy & Gold,
S9250 miles, cruise,
lights, long shot
pipes, custom saddle
bags, $2000. Call
912-673-6388
YAMAHA '04 -4 Wheeler
200 Blaster, low hrs,.
$2800. 904-389-9604
YAMAHA YZF600R
'02 9k mi, good
Second runs great.
Never laid down.
Must sell. $4k obo.
Call 970-201-6974

1310 Auto Parrts
4, 4 Tires & Rims
P225/75 R15 SIX
V Lug Toyota Dunlap
M&S. good tread
$125. Call 879-2992
GBED EXTENDER for
2002 Ford Ranger
Edge never used.
$100.
Call 912-l576 3130
4, BED EXTENDER for
'02 Ford Ranger.
4 Edge Pickup Never
used. $100.
912-576-3130
BF Goodrich Radial
I ongtrail T/A
235/75/R15 90%
l tread $200. Call
904-278-1952
Dodge Ram 85 Rear
Bumper $80 4 Mags
04w/ tires $140.00,
tailgate $80 front
bumpe r $50.
912-576-9220
SFORD F100 '56
PARTS for sale.
Rebuilt orig engine
& tranny. Many
more parts avail. Call
912-882-6053
T GOODYEAR TIRES
T like new,
4 215/75/ri15 on Cevy
Astro alum rim $50.
Call 278-6251
4 GOODYEAR WORK
HORSES 235/75/R15
L 90% TREAD $450.
904-278-1952
4S HITCH-haul
carrier fits 1-1/4
st inch receivers $30
904-234-2276
JEEP HITCH-
custom fit hidden
S class 11 receiver
1-1/4 inch 84-01
Cherokee $34
904-234-2276
4, RIMS -with tires,
215/75R15, less
VLthen 2,000 mi, used
5 ea. off Jeep
Wrangler, Kingsland,
Ga 912-729-8904 after
5pm.
4 SADDLE BAGS
Black fiberglass
for motorcycle,
lockable $100.
Radiator new for
'93-97 Intrepid con-
cord model, $100.
751-6776
Toyota Tacoma 17" Rims
& tires, never used
$1500 value sell for
$1000. 904-333-5587

1320 Antiques/
Classics
1- 1977 NISSAN DAT-
SUN 810 Excellent
Vl condition. Original
204Z. Engine or,-.
60,000 mi. $4000 OBO
Call Ron/Sam
904. 388-2919
1979 EL CAMINO SS
looks good, need
V some work. $4-50.
S Call F ran r. k
282-1272
'72 CHEVY Monte Carl,:,
350 eng 350 trans.
$7900. Call 904-635.- 56a2
DODGE CORONET '56
Push Button Trarn.
$10,500. 352-378-5642
MERCEDES 450 SL
'74 Roadste.;
kAntique w/orlg FL
tag, hartop, c.:.r..
red. ten interior. Cu-
tom car cover. 5ei 01o
Maint. manuals, 1 C
$13,995 904-278-6251
4 Rare 1981 VW
"Rabbitr Picdub
S 40mp9 diesel
show winner lite?
rust, oil leads, gooa
roadworthy condo tlfon
$2295. 912-673-6052

1325 Automotie
4 1998 Toyola
| Tacoma g0o..d
,Lcondition, 91 500,
miles, $4500.C0 .: l
Tony 729-3426
2000 Chevy Cavalier
SCoupe Runs Great.
41AC, CD, Bass Wooler,
Great Car For High
School/College Student.
Only $4 500 call
912-577-105 3
2002 Cadillac DeV-
/" ille loaded io ..
\J .miles immaculate
Condition $2] 300
278 -0322 2C-el
904-210-4170
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CLEAN USED CARS
ACURA Integra '99. AC
CD, well maint, 5,00O
obo. Call 230-4449
4, ACURA INTEGRA R5
94-Sport Cour6
Il\ 175kmI, Exc. trnd
New clutch, 5ipd,
Only $5100. Call Michael
772-1754
4, ACURA INTEGRA RS
'94 Sports Coupe. 2
I l.dr, runs and looks
-great $4500 Call
Mike 904-772-1754
ACURA RSX '03. 20K
miles $14,895. 772 -1188
4 months, 4000 miles,
bumper- to-bumper
"warranty included.
4 ACURA TL -'02 3.2
$18,500 must sell
(904) 234-2337
AUDI A4 1.8 Wgn '04
ST#59A $25,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
BMW 325cl 2003, Prem
Pkg Hi-Fi Sound, Only
35k $25,988 371.4728
BMW 325clc 2002, Auto.
Prem Pkg, Loaded
$34,488 371-4728
BMW 525iA 2002,
-Auto, Prem Pkg,$27,488
371-4728


BMW 5301A 2002. Auto,
Prem Pkg, CD $27,988
371-4728
BMW 7401L 2001, Very
Clean Car Loaded
$32,988 371- 4728
BMW X5 4.4 2000.
Auto, Prem Pkg, CD
$31,988 371-4728
BMW Z3 '96. Ithr well
maint, new soft top,
$11,000 obo 230-4449
BUICK BONNEVILLE 01. X
shape, loaded, priced for
quick sale$8845.389-7700
, BUICK LESABRE
S-'97, exc cond 90k
Sml, coldAC, W3ell
Maint. $5k
786-4800
BUICK LESABRE '97
ST#BUC6831C $4288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
BUICK LESABRE '97
Exc cond. 90K miles
cold AC, well maint.
$5000. 904-786-4806
Buy me Saturn Vue
S 2003 30,000 miles
|.t $14.5 silver my
owner has to move .
CHEVY CAMARO '01. AT,
AC, CD, alloys, loaded,
39K mi. $7975. 674644


1325 Automotive
4 C CHEVY Camaro
'98, reduced to
sell. exc cond, 85K
S miles, asking
$ 5 000. a
904-226-7770
CHEVY CAMARO '98
ST#BUC5114E $5988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Chevy Corvette LT-1 '93
BRIGHT Aqua, white
Ithr, auto 30K mi.
Immaculate $19.000 Call
Mike 904-751 -2794 eves.
CHEVY IMPALA LS -'02,
loaded, 23k mi. gold,
$12.000 476-9192
CHEVY LUMINA-
S'96 87,000 miles, at,
4a/c, cruise, pdl. V6.
4dr. 2nd owner
$3200 272-7352
CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS
'00. Red, loaded, sharp.
$9975. 674-4444
CHRYSLER 300'05. Very
cln. low mi, loaded, must
sell quik$21.975. 389-7700
CHRYSLER 300M '00 Silv.
Ithr, mnrf. prem sound,
all options, 118kmi,
$6995obo. 904. 327- 0444
CHRYSLER PACIFICA '04
St#E980A. $21,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE STRATUS 04 AC
Ithr. nice, low mi.$11998
$260mo wac. 338-1055
4, FORD CONTOUR
1 95- 93kmi, PWR.
LWin/Lock. Runs
good. Free tune-up
included. $1500obo.
705-4297
FORD CROWN
/ VICTORIA- 02
Wn.t r :...,
4dr .er, Clear..
,,... runrinql .:,.rid
lull, 1Iade.0 1.: Ies-
e,-r, trailer htch a, *:
904 .27 .5525
FORD ESCAPE 02 Im.-na
cond.tor,. r.ar3age kppt
OnI, 27500 m rr.ies
orohrO ..rite itnr lull.
Ioaded 1 6 0 ) 0
0u4 221 75-4
FORD ESCORT LX 02
Jar. AT. 8K mdle- Nice
$5975 Call 777.9119
FORD FOCUS ',4 E ,:
cond ,:an hnn.oe ,. i,50
d.,l 169mo .c 3C89 7700
S rr. .- i.

FORD MUSTANG 95. rT.
co1b ur. 5 DU O DL '1.
FORD MUSTANG '01
T .LIC6CF306A fv3,
TiM 1107. 4U t''rL 'L i71 '!l;:
FORD MUSTANG
I35In Ann.Ert7ar.
a .lr:,r.. e uc
d on 1 ,-.-.ner "i
i: nl- ,o r n .. j 0 'J
,:rlang5ao r 9 3r 000
MI, E S '16500 C 1aI
u04 2m.2 8.'.3
FORD MUSTANG 4- ver,
cea;, r. C- to iell last
-13995 >:al 331 I0555
FORD MUSTANG GT 02
jpr. Ic.' m. $l109'3 6:'r
S 11,-lIo .. aJc 3 6 I0tS5
FORD MUSTANG GT '00
VS. .:., n .s hir- 53 d
AC ,-n3ach 460 ,[-3re':,.
bik t.p garage k0p[.
a a uI t r g .:. r. e
$10 U- 90 220.---6,
Ce-ll C-.4 3 148
FORD MUSTANG GT 0u 0r
5" .er -ctlK mil.-
1 1 50', 772 -1188
,1 r.nth: 4,0 00m,ilC
Dumrnpr to-Du,"mper
v, irrlan[ inclu ed
H FORD PROBE
S89-cl. 581.,Tml.
Sll er %,1i-1 red
on.'r.d S90c) 9o d 7123
FORD TAURUS SES '05
SToF4-.9 $13 '96

HONDA ACCORD 02
4t0ior .E urI ..Iol
$12 "95 772 -1188.
4monhr.s- 4000 m nles
Dumper. to1bumper
sarranr/ included
HONDA ACCORD '88
Police Inp. $5001 L.slt.nq5
800 74,8116 x7327
HONDA ACCORD '88
Police Inp. $500! Litings
600 7096.1016 x'327
Honda Accord LX
01 4 r.cold ac. lO
.T,. 1,1O ioic. '.'A 5,3:5 ,:.r
HONDA CIVIC 02
LO,. miles 1220 Cper mG
WAC Call 8595820
HONDA CIVIC 02. Jdr
.mmac. priced f.r immed
dsale 99.5 389 7700
HONDA CIVIC EX "02
ST56-.uC 513.9A8
iRCEDEI.I'H Oh'i:'L. V;I 6
HYUNDAI TIBURON GT 03
t[FJ403. i5466
I:M SUiH auTT.tt I ii i
JAGUAR 2.5 X-Type '02
a11 opr.tor. hite leather
,nter,or. 35kml n17K
9041-J0 911
JAGUAR XK8 C.rv 01 all
the to.S 32K ml $37.000
.0O 912 262 9526 .r
813 230 8534
LEXUS ES300 '0:
L.ER miles. loaq'ad.
125.20A C311a 6.- 5820
LEXUS RX 300 '99
5itle-12 112.486
LINCOLN T, GSn .car
Ciriier *?7 Io3,.,d Ilhr
ne, l. ,res i 7900c.0
230 a44l9
MAZDA MILLENIA ,30
Leather. moor, roof.
Ic,oaed $7975 77-.9119
MERCEDES 560 SL CONV.
'88 Cinl, 621' or lg mi.
i21k "04 E.A3.1249
MERCEDES SL500 "99
biac-.140K m-i $34.500
Call '3904 J72 3512
MERCURY COUGAR' 02.
V6 115 u0 772 -1188.
4 m.:,ritri:. 4000 miles
oumper- to-urnmper
%"5 rranry, ncluoae
I. MERCURY GRAND
/ MARQUIS '94, V 6.
\ lrI, e.9 (00 m.leE.
b lue 'gren It trn
E ,: .cord ti1n1r.. m os.t
op1cr, s $ 39-30 010
731 5:16 or 2 3710









U MERCURY GRAND
/ MARQUIS LS '89
Vl/ Ver, good cond
l ,.rig oArler. NADA
124-5 -3000 askri.
$2600 904 278.6956
MERCURY MarquLE '94.
4dr. lull 7,,r, clear, loe%
IT,. must Sell 246 366E3
MERCURY SABLE SW '96
St#BUCF150A $3,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MITS ECLIPSE GS '98.auto
very low miles $4995.
Must call now 388-1055
MITS MIRAGE '00 4dr, low
miles need to sell fast,
wont last$3995.338- 1055
MITSUBISHI DIAMANTE
'02. 44K miles. $11,500
772 -1188. 4 months,
4000 miles, bumper-
to-bumper warr incl.
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE '04
Loaded. $280mo. WAC.
Call 859-5820
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE '02.


36Kmiles.$9895
772 -1188. 4 months,
4000 miles, bumper-
to-bumper warr incl.
NISSAN 350Z'04. Loaded.
Low miles. $25,990
Call 859-5820
NISSAN ALTIMA SE '03
ST#F499, $15,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN GXE- '95
PS/PB, new tires, loan
value, $2950. Must Sell
$2900 obo. Call
262-2356 after 5:00pm
OLDS ALERO 99very nice
low mi need to see this
one $4995. 338-1055
OLDS CIERA '95
ST#BUCF270A, $3,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
PLYMOUTH NEON '99 4dr
ST#BUC9628C, $4,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONITAC GRND AM SE
'03. $190 er mo. WAC.
Call 59-5820

PONTIAC

Ram air.$19,991
TRUCK DEPOT
SUPERCENTER
899-0900


Trucks / Trucks
1325 Automotive 1335 $2000 or Less 1340 Trailers / 1340 Trailers /
I SUV's SUV's
SATURN SC298 Daewoo Leganza '01 SU'U'
Blue,manual,11OKmiles,. black, 100k migreat DODGE 1500 CREW CAB FORD F XCAB
leather,AM/FM/CD cond. new tires, rakes '03. 5.7 liter Hemi, 40KAB FORD F ST#E961A $16,988 '03
Anti-lock brakes, rotors. Custom rims: '03. 5.7 liter Hemi. 40K ST#E961A $16,988
traction control, needs eng work $1500 miles $15,895. 772 -1188 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
security system.$4000 obo. Call 904-509-3479 4 months, 4000 miles,
obo0 42- 0403 bumper-to-bumper FORD FISO XL 04 V6 XCab
FORD Granada '77, 61K warranty included FO leanricedto sell
SATURN SL2 '99-Lt mi, very clean & reli- very clean ,priced s
SIold, AT, Air, Lthr, able, AT PW, $1000 obo DODGE 1500 Quad Cab this wk$14,975.3897700
llect. sun roof. Call 904-887-4140 SLT'01. V8, at, Ioadcd,
Alloy whis, 118k, nice. $11,975.777-9119 FORD F-250 '89 Lariat
current maint., 34mpg FORD Probe '97, DODGE 1500 QUAD XL, V8, dual tanks, tilt
$4200.879-2992 iood shape, $1000. OTBED00 wheelbrn/tan,$3800
Mitch 912-882.3791 / SHORT BED- '2001
TOYOTA Avalon XLS '02, c0 m, sport
sunroof Ithr only30K HONDA ACCORD a/c. pwr seat,
m $18,000.Ph 992-8790 '86 Gre 5 speed, windows, tilt cruise. FORD RANGER XLT 99
WPml. $18.e000.s 9 bedllner Siver $10,775 Stepside V6,at/ac $6975
PW. PL, l/75K miles. 904-77-4673 27&00 miles. 674-4444
TOYOTA CAMRY '01. Low Runs good! $600 or 904-277-4673 27,000 miles. 674-4444
mli need to see, wont trade for boat + motor. .. DODGE 1500 SLT
last $8995. 338-1055 Call 729-4001. / Quad Cab '03 HEMI GMC JIMMY '94, 4wd,
T L'026k TOW 20's, Sharp pwr brakes, pdr., ps
TOYOTA CELICA 98 very KIA SEPHIA '00. Very grey/slverextras. $3950.Cal 777-1779 s
low ml. need to see this good condo, exc trans- moving $18,500 obo.
call now $4995.338-1055 portation$1975.389 7700 220-8850 GMC YUKON XL Denali 03
TOYOTA CELICA GTS 02 Nissan Altima SE D AKOTA Immaculate, TV/DVD,
Gt gs s n mdDO DE0 TAlwmi0$27,495.38 700*
dspd, loaded., sunroof. T "3 Silver 108K '94, excond, V68,7 I lI $27,495.389 7700
$12 975. call 77-9119 nose mask Leer topper Cold
SAM/FM cassette kL AC.WeiMaint. HUMMER tH2'03,
TOYOTA CELICA DSspduwell A W amain
STOYOTA CELCA 5spdwell maintained $3000 904-786-4806 black like new $39,500.
G GT-'0O 5spd, all Trucks$2 0 o b o Ca 904-472-3542
I .|power, sun roof, 904-317-1482 DODGE DAKOTA XCAB'02 Ca -423
rear spoler, looks St#F257. $14,998
and runs great 10,200 VOLVO 240GL 89, $1200 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 INFINITI FX35 '04 Immac
262-8998 Michellin tires, Call Tech 0kg, low miles,
T h 874-1076 or 388-4095 DODGE DURANGO SLT $32,500. Tom 737-9496
TOYOTA CELICA 0I Dual AC ",r..a9 Uo.
GT-O'00 5spd, allzt Trucks,.. Ti0. 0P 772 -1188
tipower, sun rf, rear 0 Trailers ..T.n s4 ... m
spoilerr looks and 3 Tl .er PrCo.rO n..bum, ra
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... CREW CAB 05 9.
Al w ..56kmi, Ithr $12, Oobo. ,res d N aer Fo, o
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TOYOTA MR2 SPYDER 01 (9 12)258U0921
-,- 1? 19 2NDBUYAUTO.com Chrome rim
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SVOLV60 1. le'. 2 oa hoosave $ S904 553 9 . B
7711. m.Pr- TRUCK DEPOT Ford Escape XLD
aStI 3 T 200!. Yellow 84K W A 4 I'd
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CD,:nan1 E G ,:5 XL abo e :.. mle"a 283 San M Aug
.Iri.t- pl,_ -r 6 TCRC E1POT c2'i FOR FORD EXPEDITE ON
rPas r SUPe CHEVYRBLAZNER 04 ORD EXPLORER l COGGIN CHEVY-AVE
oe r ja r inr ,i uaji c' r $L 'a. k 1, d. -,IK I-, v I 7 mi[r _
21.J 9.333 Tin5.l 6UHALiT'"17 1 1 : 4'11 c. t,'r. b 1, 6e 0.n 4... TOM BUSH
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sunro5.:S t 12%9Te 9 i tn :r lull. A nl
7 72 -1188.4. m,1 aLIl,. dao irn .e. iut.. FORD EXPEDITION
to ,, u onper ,.rr ,n-In,1 600 1)[I1'.1)I .,0u C ,11, in65 '.;,5m2l
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VOLVO.ur r..:r1 Le.-.' 6.1.4'. BAR.. r .r0C
772 -1188.4 m.n2s. SPORTRAC*02 nC 1-pr4-- (
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VOLVO 60 .02 Le h.-,r. to c o IIe' ll i.)1- L iinL4S 41-1 S v,',ulh di- B0I 64,
772 -11884 m r TRUCK DEP-11OT FORD EXPEDITION 0 GEORGE MOORE
111 mil _. Oumf-,i- r SUPERCENTER 6.10,- i 3u. r ',an r,,i
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;, Chevy SIlerado
VW BEELE 02 DODGE 1500 4 22,000 FORD EXPEDITION XLr NIMNICHT CA
12.TnO v ac miles pay oH 167oo '03 L), a. 3r 0rr.-- NIMNICHIl DIMIL
DAEWOO LANO 8 20 call 912 5 412 '-FORD F sunr.50 .r 3 155.i
-,-I-,,n_sSu -ri n, 1.44 blandin,. Blvd
VWN EETLE 'd3 L, a .i ,$19n 7 1 85n 772 -1188
C 11 659.5,l20 Jmonr -r..uip PARKER CADIL

Ir ir. e .'.. Chevy ilvera I um.r c: ; Iob d :-
snape 59975 384 "9 ,..DuCK DErrr.r I 221 .C,BC, 651-3259
VW P$satGLS '99 si. SUPERCEN FORD EXPLORER 01 pt COGGIN CHEVY"AVE
.Er Jar r i-rI. 11:.,,ri899-0900 2d. O lac l I,:. d0.- ',]h
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133562-000 or Less CHEVY Tan.De '. c ,,..1 .IU H 610 1 'I:'Ll 1 ';.14C;C
$001POIPOUCE INPOUD :..,r-d S7S0 3all
Ca80srr-49m6106L,Sns F042-RD.EXPLORERGARBER CHEf
CHEVY SPORTRAC'02
CHEVY B lazer 93. .qre aI .jL TRAILBLAZERS
Cal D651.228u 0 M ve904 16 56v5 TRUCKnDEPOT GOdO '
CHEVY BLAZER '4J Good..bo DIve 9044584812'v2 SUPERCENTER I I. Blandi 1 Blvdj
tnans,:,rtmionr,, must sell CHEVY TRAILBLAZER '02
need casni$177 5839 7700 STe I3J9A 1,80 JERRY HAMM CI
CHEVY CAVALIER '00 2o100 Phi"p:E HJ'y HAM 3
Mechanic_ ..pec-al. CHEVYTRAILBLAZERLS FORD2EXPLORERXLT ,'7.
neem motor ...r.. ..r .usl ,,2 PW PL. 3,K i F E .s F .. GEO
.el11.349.. 369 770,0 814.695. 772 -1188. aFll-, loaded. mut sei R E
CHEVY HI TOP CONVER- bumper c,-oumoer la `1 Msb11GeatR Bvd 24
SlON VAN 88 V8 aLSa,., v. arrs,nt ,' ,rludd7H FORD F50- '9 a1 10Blv
dual AC. loacoed..runs, aO D150-0,bat 334.56 IN
good 1979. .673.1 Jl DODGE 1500GCREW CAB 31a.C4831 NINCH3CH6
'02 SLP LEarm 8 3 488
DAEWOO LANOS '00 mies SW,'PL $14069' FORD F.1 ISIee, r-e0 1550 Caz aT Ave ",8
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Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
ISUZU RODEO '02. PW,
PL, 37K miles. $10,895.
772 -1188. 4 months,
4000 miles, bumper-
to-bumper warr incl.
Jeep CJ5 '81258CI
Sw/clifford intake
Holley 390 Excel
restoration
project. Xtra parts
avail. $2500. obo
912-573-4806 or
912-674-1074
JEEP Grand Cherokee
Ltd., '99 V8, 4x4, Ithr,
loaded, exc cond, 88K
mi, red. $7950.
904225-1090; 557-8707
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LTD '01. Leather inte-
rior, 47K miles. $13,895
772 -1188.4 months,
4000 miles, bumper-
to-bumper warr incl.
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LAREDO '01. PW, PL,
47K miles. $12,895
772 -1188.4 months,
4000 miles, bumper-
to-bumper warr incl.


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
JEEP LIBERTY '02. PW,
PL, 16K miles. $12,895
772 -1188. 4 months,
4000 miles, bumper-
to-bumper warr incl
JEEP LIBERTY 4x4 '03. 4x4
Low miles, wont last
$280mo wac. 338-1055
KIA SPORTAGE '01. Very
low miles, must see
this. $7995. 338-1055
LINCOLN TOWNCAR '99
loaded, Ithr, extra cln,
$10,500 OBO 273-6581
NISSAN XTERRA' 01
ST# 5791B. $13,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
OLDS BRAVADA '00
owner, Leather, sunroof
Platinum Ed. $9250 778.2897
OLDS BRAVADA '98 Lthr,
roof, low mi, need to
see this $6995. 338-1055
SATURN RELAY '05
DVD, CD, Toy Chest.
$22K. MOVING MUST
SELL! 904-641-4545


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
TOYOTA RUNNER '00
Very clean, need to sell
fast $10,988. 338-1055
TOYOTA TACOMA -'99,
Xcab, green, exc cond,
$9300 476-9192
4, TOYOTA TACOMA
PRERUNNER '04
1Double cab, red,
7000 mi, $21,000.
Call Mike 904-542-5656
or 904-772-1754

1345 Vans/Buses
CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY '05 Touring,
immaculate, loaded,
must sell$19,975.389- 7700
DODGE CARAVAN' 04
$200 per mo. WAC
Call 859-5820
S. DODGE CARAVAN
S'88- Looks rotten
"-runs great, ood
work vehicle
$439obo. Bob 247-9532
FORD E350 '03 15 pas-
senger Van. V8, at, dual
AC. $14,975. 777-9119


1345 Vans/Buses

Ford Windstar
'00. $4995. Call 859-5820

FORD WINDSTAR '02
Limited 4d, Ithr, loaded,
low mi $15,975. 777 9119

MITS ECLIPSE '01 Spyder
Very low mi, $13.988 or
$215mo wac. 338-1055

TOYOTA Sienna '02, low
ml, well maint loaded.
$16,000 obo 230-4449

TOYOTA SIENNA LE '04
ST#2809A, $22,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

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2330 USI Souin 354-4i21
CARUSO CHRYSLER
17'.0 'i.ulhS,del Bilv. 7 7.)1(10
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrys-Plym of Orange Park
1515 We.ll Rd '4.A11)i"

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1 ; t.' i lA" v 89.,"792

GARBER CHRYSLER
Grl-i-ri C:, vi ,Zpnni, .14-`4 1-

RICK KEFFER
I. ') Ei1 29. Fern B(h
1-80022'e-.4.4



ATLANTIC DODGE
233" u11 Souvlh 354-4421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
1097,4 Alla,,l,: Blvd ,4.1 .u-00u
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
i 'elr, i." uve .pnngs ',4" .2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
721 RBlanilriq Blvd 7771.10i,[l
RICK KEFFER
I-', Eii 119 F-,, Bi:h .i-80 -228-7154
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 ,: aal Ave 384-.61


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St Aqutilnre 353-6 9
FIond a .: per Dury Healdquarlers

PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95r E.i 129 iuliel 225-36 73

DUVAL FORD
i,1 ,6Cj;a i1Ave 387 6541

GARBER FORD-MERCURY
GrePn C e S:priqngs 6 c4 1502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
I .'r Philip Hwyv 114-292-.33J..5

MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
.) AIlarilC Blvi ;2 b.3060

MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7 :1i Blandi Blvdl 7 36.73



COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
92111 Allarii.: Blvd 724.2.310

GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Gr-e-n COrve Spnrigiq 264-4502



COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 Allairac Blvd 565. 8800c
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
81)86 U S Hvy I S l-8(--(li145-1.8'

DUVAL HONDA
1325 C a.s3 iAve 8399 140l)

LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
o7801 Banding Blvd 269-2277



KEY HYUNDAI
4660 S.'.uilhde Blvd 642 6060



ATLANTIC INFINITI
i09 OA ntic Bivd 642-0200



CITY ISUZU
10585 AlarIlic Blvd 998-7111i



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11211 Atlanic Blvd 642-"I'.'15 0



ATLANTIC JEEP
2'130 US 1 u.uih 354-4421

CARUSO JEEP
17(50 S i.,,Ili,,e Blvd 725-7300

FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Well, Rd 269 .1[033
MIKE SHAD
CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT
1736 C ssaiSAve. 3897792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Eil129 FernBih
1.800.228.7454



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9401 Allantic Blva 7233210
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6373 Blandina Blvd 771-6076


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11211 Allaric Blvd r2-l.i0


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlalniic lva 721-5U00



NORTH FLORIDA LINCOLN MERCURY
4620 Souirr :e Bivd 42. -4100
7447 Bliiding Blvid 777.. iu0


MATHENY LOTUS
11211 AIIanric Blvd 642-l'-'1l0


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9850 Allanic Blvd t7iA0.l' 1
MAZDA CITY
6916 Blnding Blvd 779.0600



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10231 Atlarin Blvd 724 108(


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98.5 Ailnic Bl 7il B 2`"5-0911


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1060 AtiarinBlivd 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
11i1i)8 P9FIlips H y 80-3.-000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassal Ave 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755US& f Ti 904 -74-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
15165 Wells Fi 26,4 9400


COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Allalri Blvd 724 2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Sprngs. 2'4-4502

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
3919 Priiips Hwy 733-1616



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10100 Aliarnc Blvd 725-9155



ROLLS ROYCE-ORLANDO
895 N 1Rriild Rjagan Blvid
L'irq*,Ax1lOrandrlj Fl 407-339-3443



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7999 Banding Blvd Ja%
90I4-778-71 ,0 wwwn rmnriCicom



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SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blandinr Blvd 77.-0j71



SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Allrianic Blvd 611-i645



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 C4S Cai Ave 389-;;100



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Aillan:l, Blvd 721 3000

COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
I156,4 Philirp. Hwy 262-U338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
65(01 Nungerman Crcle -'711(0

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U S I Soulh rSI Aug
0il.6..:'- 9 1:1 9C4.-;97.88lC

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassal Ave 389-4561



ASH TISDELLE VW
14111 Wells Road 269-2603

O'STEEN VW
2525 Prhillp. HAy 396 5486

TOM BUSH VW
9850i AilarnI Blvd 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVO;
2525 Philips iHy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 AIlanic Blvd 722.1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
643 Bea,:h Blvd 724.3511

BRUMOS PRE-OWNED
10384 AidAnic Blvd 641-2500

LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road 0P 269-5002

DRIVE TICKET
Awr driveri(kil conTi
8908 Allanlic Blvd 425-1001
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Ailanic Blvd 998-0012
FRANK GRIFFIN
SUPERSTORE
1515 Wells Rd .691031i

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 AtlantIc Blvd 371-4877

COGGIN USED CAR
SUPERCENTER
8500 AhIanrc Bilvd 724-4999

V.I.P AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy 733-7439

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233Ea SlaleSi 356-8491





TRUCK DEPOT SUPERSTORE
7600 BlandIng Blvd 899-0900
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