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Peek Takes Charge Of Security
FACSFAC Jax Stands The Watch
THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2005
BASE CNO visits
NAS Jax Annual Om-
Luncheon is scheduled for
Sept. 21 at the NAS Jack-
sonville Officers' Club at
This important event will
recognize the many contri-
butions that an ombuds-
man makes through out
the year. Tick-ets are avail-
able at NAS Jax FFSC,
For further information,
call Wilamina Nash at 542-
2766, Ext. 127.
The Florida Fish and
Commission (FWC) is pro-
viding service members a
new way to enjoy their
favorite outdoors activities.
The FWC is offering a
special discounted Mili-
tary Gold Sportsman's Li-
cense to active duty and
retired military who are
stationed in Florida, or
have lived in the state for
six months and claim Flor-
ida as their primary resi-
The reduced-fee annual
license ($20) offers the
same privileges as the tra-
ditional Gold Sports-man's
The Military Gold
Sportsman's Licenses are
only available at tax collec-
tors' offices. Those wishing
to purchase one must
show their military ID
cards plus a Florida dri-
ver's license or orders
showing they are stationed
More information about
this discount is available at
Volunteers are needed
to man the NAS Jax hurri-
cane shelters at Argyle
and Chimney Lakes
Elementary Schools if a
hurricane should hit here
this year and the base is
Volunteers will be re-
quired to attend a three-
hour training session pro-
vided by the Red Cross.
The class is free and in-
cludes all materials.
As a volunteer in a shel-
ter, the Red Cross will pro-
vide all shelter supplies
including food. A.police
officer and nurse or emer-
gency medical technician
will also be assigned to
the shelter to help with
For more information or
to volunteer, call
Melott at 542-5595 or 542-
2451, Ext. 20 or email
By 1O Mike England
Chief of Naval Operations
(CNO) Adm. Michael Mullen
visited NAS Jacksonville
and held an all hands call at
Hangar 1000 Aug. 18, less than a
month after taking the helm as the
Navy's 28th CNO July 22.
Mullen was eager to listen to
what was on the minds of NAS
Jax's Sailors and praised them for
"I am so grateful for your service
and the service of your families,"
Mullen said. "This is an important
time to be in the Navy. You carry a
significant burden for our country
and do it exceptionally well."
Mullen's speech focused on the
changes going on throughout the
world and how those changes will
effect naval operations.
"We live in an ever-changing
world that is being shaped, in part,
by enemies who know no borders,"
Mullen stated. "One of the
strengths of our enemies is their
ability to adapt to almost any situ-
ation. Therefore, our only constant
is change. Our Navy had gotten so
used to being predictable and pre-
dictability in war is bad."
Mullen also discussed the impor-
tance of leadership up and down
the chain of command.
"I firmly believe that every Sailor
in the Navy can lead," Mullen said.
"Great leadership is what can help
us achieve our goals and extract
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Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Mullen addresses a group of Sa
Jacksonville Hangar 1000 during his visit Aug. 18.
the maximum amount of potential charge of their commands.
from all of our Sailors." "I offer my congratulations to
He also congratulated the newly NAS Jacksonville's new chief-
selected chiefs, expressing how selects," Mullen stated. "Remember
important it is that they take that you are now leaders first. Your
Photo by 102 Nicholas Spinelli
sailors during an all hands call at NAS
Sailors will be looking to you now
for your leadership and experience."
Many of the Sailors listening to
See CNO, Page 10
Brewer to take command ofVP-30
By Lt. Kimo Silcox
Capt. Tim Brewer
will relieve Capt.
as VP-30 commanding
officer in a change of com-
mand ceremony tomorrow
at 11 a.m. in Hangar 30
at NAS Jacksonville.
Brewer is a native of
Hickory, N.C. He graduat-
ed from the U.S. Naval
Academy, earning a bach-
elor of science degree in
in 1982. He was designat-
ed a naval aviator in
served in VP-19 at
Moffett Field, Calif., con-
ducting deployments to
Japan, Diego Garcia, and
Saudi Arabia. He served
Capt. Tim Brewer
as the flag secretary to
ported in Manama,
Bahrain during Operation
Desert Storm. Brewer
completed his VP depart-
ment head tour at
Barbers Point, Hawaii, in
VP-17, where he was the
Capt. Richard Heimerle
detachment officer in
charge in Jeddah, Saudi
Arabia. After VP-17
decommissioned in 1994,
Brewer served as the
head with VP-9 which
included a Misawa, Japan
After being selecting for
command, Brewer served
as executive officer, and
ing officer of VP-9 from
1999-2001 in Kaneohe,
Hawaii. During his tour,
VP-9 won the Battle Ef-
ficiency Award. Following
his command tour, Brewer
served as assistant chief
of staff to Commander,
Force, Europe in Naples,
Italy during Operations
Enduring Freedom and
His shore assignments
include VP-31 at NAS
Moffett Field, Calif. as a
fleet replacement squad-
ron (FRS) instructor pilot.
While at VP-31, Brewer
See VP-30, Page 10
MCPON meets NAS Jax Sailors
Master Chief Petty
Officer of the Navy
Terry Scott greets
AMAN Tyler Scott for
breakfast at the NAS
Aug. 18. Scott visited
the base with Chief
of Naval Operations
(CNO) Adm. Michael
Mullen, who was
here to talk about his
plans as the newly
Photo by PH2 Andrea Decanini
Head to fair today
The fifth annual Multicul-
tural Awareness Fair is
today from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. at the BOQ Pavilion. This
event features cultural heritage
representations and art dis-
plays, diverse cultural enter-
tainment music, dancers, live
bands and a motorcycle show.
sored booths will showcase dif-
ferent cultural heritages.
Free samples of cultural food
dishes prepared by the galley
will be offered throughout the
event. The schedule of events is
Opening 10 a.m.
Center 10:30 a.m.
sampling 11:00 a.m.-1 p.m.
Dancers 11:15 a.m.
Deadline for motorcycle
staging 11:30 a.m.
performance 11:45 a.m.
Motorcycle show awards
presentations 12:30 p.m.
Dancers 1 p.m.
Dancers 1:45 p.m.
Dancers 2:30 p.m.
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Don't Use While Fueling Vehicles
2 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 25, 2005
Celebrating Women's Equality Day Aug. 26
From the Directorate of Research
Defense Equal Opportunity
On Aug. 26, 1920 the 19th
Amendment to the United
States Constitution, which
granted women the right to vote, was
ratified. This was the culmination of
the long struggle by women search-
ing for the right to vote.
In 1971, the U.S. Congress desig-
nated Aug. 26 as Women's Equality
Day to commemorate the passage of
the 19th Amendment and to cele-
brate women's continuing efforts
Why we celebrate Women's
We celebrate Women's Equality
Day to commemorate the tremen-
dous positive change brought on by
the Women's Movement. Due to the
countless millions of women who
planned, organized, lectured, wrote,
petitioned, lobbied, paraded, and
broke new ground in every field
imaginable, our world is irrevocably
Women and men of our generation,
and the ones to follow us, are living
the legacy of the women's rights won
against staggering odds in a revolu-
tion achieved without violence.
Women can be proud of the legacy of
the Women's Rights Movement.
Today's activists remind us all to
celebrate and cherish past and pres-
ent accomplishments of the Women's
;Movement before they are lost to his-
The struggle for the 19th
The long struggle for women's
rights formally began in Seneca
Falls, New York, in 1848. The femi-
nists of the late 19th century came
together in the hometown of
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Elizabeth Cady Stanton to attend
"The Rights Convention." The two-
day convention was headed by
Stanton and Lucretia Mott.
It was the first time that Stanton
read her "Declaration of Sentiments,"
which would eventually be spread
across the nation and embraced by
millions of equal right's supporters.
The document was patterned after
the Declaration of Independence and
contained her grievances and
Stanton called upon women to
organize and petition for their
rights. The convention passed 12 res-
olutions. The first 11 passed unani-
mously; but the last, demanding the
right of women to vote, was only
passed by the insistence and influ-
ence of Stanton.
The passing of Stanton's last reso-
lution marked the formal beginning
of the women's suffrage movement in
the United States.
The rights of women have come
along way since the 19th century.
Today, women are involved in poli-
tics, fighting in wars, playing profes-
sional sports, etc.
The position of women in the
Today, the United States Armed
Forces have adapted a whole new
attitude concerning the role of
women. Women have come a long
way from the days of World War I
and II when they had to beg to be
Now women are entering almost
every field, in every branch of the
military. But it did take a long time
for women to arrive at their present
After the Vietnam War and the
establishment of an all-volunteer
force, the role of women started to
change. Today, they are serving
throughout the world in all kinds of
The exemplary performance of
women serving in the Gulf greatly
helped women advance in every
branch. The naval policy has been
adjusted so that now all communi-
ties in the Navy are open to women
officers with the exception of sub-
marines and the SEALS.
Officer and enlisted women are
assigned to 130 combatant and 13
non-combatant ships. There are no
restrictions on women in aviation.
Accessions and pipeline selections
are gender neutral, and all aviation
ratings are open to enlisted women.
Both enlisted and officer women may
be assigned to any type of squadron
and embarked on any type of ship.
Women have taken advantage of the
new opportunities and have quickly
risen up the ranks in all branches of
MR3 CALVIN CRUMP
NAS Jax Security
Hometown: Kenbridge, Va.
Family Life: Single.
Past Duty Stations: Yokosuka, Japan
Career Plans: Not sure at this time.
Most Interesting Experience: Coming to
Words of Wisdom: Go Navy!
Police Officer, Security
Hometown: Daytona Beach,
Family Life: Married for 15 years. We ha'
two children, Jessica and Ryan.
Past Duty Stations: NAVSTA Norfolk Va.,
Ormond Beach, Fla. Police Department
Career Plans: To excel in civil service.
ON THE HOMEFRONT
:,Fantasy baseball, like deployments, drives wives to loneliness
By Sarah Smiley
In case you think I only
make a living writing a
column that often
*pokes fun at my husband,
SDustin, here's proof that I
also spend my free-time
Doing the same thing.
But first you must know
that Dustin is addicted to
an online "sport" called
Fantasy Baseball. Hon-
estly, I have little idea
what Fantasy Baseball is
all about, and while it
might have been important
for me to research the
sport and interview my
husband to make this col-
umn more factual, I have
such an aversion to the
activity, I can't even bare
to sit and listen to Dustin's
Therefore, from what I
can understand without
enduring a lesson, Fantasy
Baseball involves manag-
ing a theoretical online
baseball team made up of
professional players and
Judging by my husband's
behaviors, participants of
Fantasy Baseball must
spend 80 percent of their
time at home on the com-
puter making "trades" with
other players. They must
also scour the newspaper
for baseball news and
And if you ask one of
these participants to clean
the dishes, they usually
can not because they have
a "team meeting" to attend
instead. (Hey, according to
Dustin, that's in the rule
book: First, become
Fantasy Baseball champi-
on, then help wife.)
But there's another
aspect of this Fantasy
Baseball stuff, and it
involves chatting over
Instant Messenger with
other players. Now, I say
"chatting," but most of the
players are men, and so
there isn't much discussion
that goes on, just a lot of,
"trade Beltran for
Cameron?" and, "No way,
dude," and so forth.
Now here's the fun part
(for me, at least). If Dustin
is ever unwise enough to
leave his Instant
Messenger screen turned
on when he leaves the com-
puter, I hop on and pretend
to be him.
I chat with the other
Fantasy Baseball players,
under the guise of
"Dustin," and basically
turn his entire baseball
empire into ruins by writ-
ing things like, "I'll trade
you Pedro Martinez for the
latest Martha Stewart
magazine," and, "Let's take
a break from all this base-
ball stuff and talk about
The response I get from
the others players is price-
less (because, remember,
they think I'm Dustin), but
my favorite reaction was
from a 22-year-old attor-
ney in Wyoming who also
ignores his wife each night
to play Fantasy Baseball:
"Dude, I'm like so totally
confused right now. Is this
Eventually the guys
catch on because they
know for sure that I'm an
imposter when I write,
"What's center field?" Then
we all have a good LOL (in
instant messenger speak),
and the real chatting
begins. When I'm done, I've
learned more about
Dustin's Fantasy Baseball
pals than he has in all the
years he's been playing
"Did you know
CountryBoyll09 is in the
Army?" I'll say. Or,
"AlfanzinNYC got married
last week and his favorite
food is spaghetti."
It gives Dustin the
creeps to know so much
about these "faceless,
nameless" people he rivals
in the virtual world of
Fantasy Baseball, but for
me, when I'm home alone
and Dustin is flying at
night, reaching out and
chatting is a way to feel
connected to the world.
It's comforting to know
there is a guy in
Minnesota who also can't
sleep, even if he-a college
student, living in a dorm,
typing on a folding card-
table is worlds apart from
me-a mother of two wear-
ing bunny slippers.
It reminds me of the
nights when Dustin was
deployed and I fell asleep
with the television on,
always tuned to the news,
never sitcoms. Because sit-
com characters talk to each
other, but Larry King and
Greta Van Susteren looked
at and talked to me.
That might sound lone-
some and desperate to
some, but not to anyone
who knows how quiet a
house can be when some-
one you love is gone. Not to
anyone who's truly felt sick
Of course, a loved one
needn't be physically
absent to drive a person to
such solitude. Sometimes
all it takes is six years of
marriage and an annoying
little sport called Fantasy
Sarah Smiley can be
reached for comments at
You are invited to the following Base
Chapel Worship Services this Saturday and
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy
9:30 a.m. Catholic
11 a.m. Protestant
Protestant Sunday School program is at
9:45-10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45
Since my first deploy-
ment about 12 years ago,
my wife has always man-
aged our finances. I always
have enough spending
money, but we are not sav-
ing very much money.
My wife pays all the bills
and she says we are doing
OK, but not really getting
ahead. I don't want to take
over the checkbook, but I
would like to know more
about where we stand. Any
For some people, paying
the bills each month is a
job, for others it is a joy.
For married couples, both
partners should be involved
in managing the family
Even if one spouse pays
the bills, it is good idea for
both to know what is going
on. Are you on track to
achieving you financial
goals? How do you know?
Take this little quiz to find
What is your annual
How much money do
you save each year?
How much do you
spend on groceries each
What percentage of
your income did you pay in
taxes last year?
What is the single most
expensive item you or a
family member bought last
What is your family's
How much life insur-
ance do you have on your-
self and on your spouse?
You should know the
answer to all of these ques-
tions. If you don't, have a
"family meeting" to talk
about money and family
goals. If you don't know the
answer to any of these
questions, have that meet-
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.
Most Interesting Experience: Working
in the K-9 unit in Ormond Beach, Fla.
Words of Wisdom: Treat others as you
expect to be treated.
Marine Corps half
marathon is Oct. 1
Attention all runners. The Marines have land-
ed again. The second annual Jacksonville
Marine Corps Half Marathon and Freedom
5K Run will be held Oct. 1, at 7 a.m.
The racecourse will begin at the Veterans
Memorial Wall on the west, side of Alltel Stadium
and finish at Metropolitan Park. To participate in
the 13.1-mile race or the Freedom 5K, sign up at
any of .the three 1st Place Sports locations or log on
to www.lstplacesports.com, until Sept. 30. Race day
registration will begin at 5:30 a.m. at the Veteran's
Race profits will be donated to Freedom Alliance
Scholarship Fund, providing scholarships to
dependent children of service members from all the
branches of the military, who have been killed or
permanently disabled in the line of duty.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three male
and female finishers. Plaques will also be awarded
for the top three finishers in all age groups.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ('apt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor JO01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 25, 2005 3
NAS Jax welcomes new director of security
By Miriam S. Gallet
Lt. Cmdr. Grace
Peek as its new director of
security. She is the first
female officer and the first
Reservist to hold this post.
This 21-year Navy veter-
an was recalled to active
duty to fill the vacant billet
created when Lt. Andre
Stone was ordered to
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Currently, she also serves
as the commanding officer
for the Naval Reserve,
Naval Security Force at NS
Mayport, where she leads a
group of 30 drilling
Reservists who supplement
the active duty security
A native of Cleveland,
Tenn., Peek brings a wealth
of experience to the job. She
holds a bachelor's degree
from Lee University in
Tennessee and a master's
degree from the National
University in San Diego.
Additionally, she is a detec-
tive with the Drug
Enforcement Division of
the Orlando, Fla. Police
Building on this success-
ful record of accomplish-
ment, Peek said that she
will continue to enhance
the department's primary
function. "Our primary
function is to provide secu-
rity for the base, its people
and its assets," explained
"Additionally, the NAS
Jax Security Department
also provides police escorts
for visiting dignitaries and
has a very active K-9 unit. I
will ensure that each per-
son within the department
is fully aware and prepared
for any kind of situation
that may arise," she added.
"One thing I would like
all motorists aboard NAS
Jax to know is that we have
tightened our traffic laws "
"We have speed signs vis-
ibly posted all around the
base and they must be
Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Lt. Cmdr. Grace Peek, NAS Jacksonville new director of security, meets with some of the
Security Department division directors Aug. 17.
obeyed, or drivers are going
to start seeing points rapid-
ly accumulate against there
driving privileges aboard
this base. We will soon be
going to a three point sys-
tem for moving violations.
This new point system will
require all drivers who
receive a moving violation
to attend the AAA Driver's
Improvement Course. A
"zero tolerance policy" for
speeders is now in place,"
According to Peek, the
new point system for traffic
citations is being imple-
mented in order to cut back
in the number of accidents
occurring daily aboard the
base. "We have a high num-
ber of unnecessary traffic
accidents due to unsafe
drivers. "We are actively
patrolling all intersections
and violators will be
stopped and ticketed," she
Currently, 150 military
and civilian law enforce-
ment professional provide
security protection aboard
the base, 24/7, 365 days a
year. According to Peek, the
recent deployment of
departmental Sailors to
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,
have hurt the department.
"Our department is cur-
rently very undermanned.
Most of the enlisted Sailors
who were assigned to it
have been sent to
Guantanamo Bay, creating
a gap that I am trying to
fill with new civilian hires,"
she said. "However, we are
ever vigilant and ready to
face any challenge."
Peek first served in the
Navy as a yeoman in a
legal office. Seeking a new
challenge, she applied and
was accepted in the Navy's
In 1991, she was commis-
sioned as a line officer in
the security field. "I love
the Navy. It has been a
wonderful experience and I
truly enjoy every moment
of it," Peek remarked.
When asked what advice
she had for other Sailors
wishing to become a naval
officer, she replied,
"Education is the key to
any commissioning pro-
gram in today's Navy. I
encourage all of my people
to go to school and to get as
much work experience as
possible in their particular
field of interest. These two
things combined will enable
them to succeed."
A smiling Peek said she
is proud to have been
assigned to NAS Jax. "The
people in my department
and aboard the base are
great. They made me feel at
ease from day one. Also, the
staff at the BOQ has been
wonderful," Peek stated.
"My security staff members
are professional, knowl-
edgeable and ready, which
makes my job easier."
"My message for the
Sailors, Department of
Defense civilians, contrac-
tors, retirees and family
members that drive on this
base is a simple one," Peek
"The NAS Jax Security
Department personnel are
here to assist and protect
you. Slow down, drive with
care and obey the posted
speed signs and hopefully
you will never be stopped
by a patrol officer," stressed
From NAS Jax Public Affairs
NAS Jacksonville will hold a POW/MIA
Recognition Observance Sept. 16 at 10 a.m. in
the All Saints Chapel to honor all Americans who
are former prisoners of war (POWs), as well as those
who are still unaccounted for and their families.
The keynote speaker is retired Air Force Maj. Ed
Horn, whose B-26 was shot down over France in May
1944. He was captured by the Nazis and spent 11
months in four different POW camps, including Stalag
Luft III, the setting for the movie, "The Great Escape."
Seventy-three prisoners had tunneled out a few months
earlier. He was liberated in April 1945 by Gen. George
S. Patton's 14th Armored Division of the Third Army.
A native of Charleroi, Pa., he enlisted in the Army Air
Corps in August 1942. He was commissioned a 2nd Lt.
at Ellington Field, Texas, and assigned to B-26 "Martin
Marauder" operational training at Lakeland, Fla. In
January 1944, he flew to Stanstead, England, where in
March he began combat flights over Europe. His plane
was shot down on his 23rd mission.
Horn separated from service in December 1945 and
accepted a reserve commission the next year.
He was called back to active duty for two years during
the Korean conflict, subsequently retiring from the Air
Force after 20 years of service. During his civilian career
he worked as an Air Force civilian employee at Wright-
Patterson AFB, Ohio, as an aero propulsion engineer.
Following his retirement from civilian government
service, he joined Pratt & Whitney in November 1979,
working on F100 engines in F-15 and F-16 aircraft. He
retired from the private sector in 1991.
The observance will include the POW Pledge of
Allegiance, led by retired Navy Chief Carl "Ed" Creamer,
a former Japanese POW. While a third class petty offi-
cer during World War II, his PBY was shot down in the
Bering Sea. One of three survivors from the crew of
nine, he was picked up by a Japanese cruiser. He was
moved through seven Japanese POW camps, two of
which were bombed by the allies who did not know
POWs were in the area. He retired from the U.S. Navy
POW/MIA observances are held nationally and reaf-
firm a promise to fallen comrades, "you are not forgot-
ten." Military and civilian employees are encouraged to
attend. The military attire for participants is summer
whites, working uniform for guests and appropriate
attire for civilians.
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Sept. 1 to $400,000
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Navy League recognizes VR-58's finest
By Lt. Eric Ascheman
VR-58 PAO ___
The St Augustine
Chapter of the Navy
League recognized a
"Sunseeker" from VR-58 for
his outstanding service and
Wulf Werner was the com-
mand's selection for Sailor
of the Quarter for the third
quarter. Werner, a Wash-
ington state native, was
coincidentally awarded on
the 18th anniversary of his
The Navy League devotes
time, money and energy to
improve the well being of
American service personnel
and their families. Local
councils adopt ships and
shore commands; host din-
ners for military personnel;
and visit and support fami-
ly members left behind
when spouses and parents
They have also under-
written and organized cere-
monies connected with the
commissioning of new Navy
he maximum level of
Group Life Insur-
ance coverage will be in-
creased from $250,000 to
$400,000 Sept. 1.
Anyone eligible for SGLI
coverage on Sept. 1, will be
covered for $400,000 under
SGLI, even if they previ-
ously declined or elected
lesser coverage. If a service
member wants no coverage
or less than the maximum,
they must go to CSD
Tampa and re-elect no cov-
erage or less than the max-
The earliest you can
reduce or decline the auto-
matic $400,000 coverage is
Sept. 1. The revised Form
SGLV-8286 will be avail-
able at www.insurance.va.
gov Aug. 31.
To avoid any possibility
of administrative over-
sight, all SGLI increases
are automatic and manda-
tory. Form SGLV-8286,
properly completed, is
authority for CSD Tampa
to change or stop the
deductions for SGLI premi-
ums based on the amount
of coverage elected.
SGLI will be available
only in increments of
$50,000. Previously, service
members could elect cover-
age in increments of
The SGLI rate remains
at 6.5 cents per $1,000 per
month or $3.25 for $50,000
of coverage. The table
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age level that is available.
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Photo courtesy of VR-58
(From left) CMDCM(AW) Gerald Thomas, VR-58 Executive Officer Cmdr. Bill Hiscock, VR-58
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Nigel MacWilkinson, Bill Dudley and Don Small of the St.
Augustine Chapter of the Navy League congratulate ATI Wulf Werner, center, on his award.
ships and openings of new
military buildings. The
Navy League raises money
and provides volunteer
workers for fleet week
activities and hosts birth-
day celebrations for the
various sea services.
In keeping with its edu-
cational objective, the Navy
League also supports
America's young people
through successful youth
programs, and provides
numerous local and nation-
al scholarships. Addition-
ally, the Navy League of the
U.S. provides more than
$250,000 per year for schol-
arships and awards to rec-
ognize "Sailor/Marine of the
Month, Quarter, and Year"
winners, "Recruiter of the
Year" winners and other
"Its great for an organiza-
tion like the Navy League to
recognize our young Sail-ors
for all their hard work and
efforts," says VR-58 Com-
mand Master Chief CMDCM
(AW) Gerald Thomas.
Werner received, a
plaque, certificate, $100
cash, a free weekend at the
Days Inn hotel in down-
town St. Augustine and a
free pass to various amuse-
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'Maulers' getting fit
-y Lt. Helen Watson
he "Maulers" of VS-32 are get-
ting fitter by the day and enjoy-
ing the process. With increas-
ing pressure being placed on Navy
personnel regarding their physical fit-
ness levels, the Maulers are well
ahead of the game. The Maulers'
Physical Training (PT) program is
showing positive results, both in feed-
back from personnel and in better
scores on practice tests.
VS-32 has been carrying out a com-
mand PT program since early May.
The program was instituted as a
result of a request from the highly-
motivated VS-32 First Class
Association (FCA). Following the
command's bi-annual Physical
Fitness Assessment (PFA) this past
spring, the association felt that the
overall physical fitness in the
squadron could use a bit of improve-
ment. The program was developed
and is executed by the first class
petty officers and overseen by VS-32
PRT Coordinator Lt.j.g. Rodrigo
Simoes. According to Lt. Aaron
Massey, "the success of the command
PT program is a reflection of the out-
standing talent within the Mauler
Mauler Command PT is conducted
daily with a main session in the
morning for the majority of the com-
mand, and a smaller afternoon ses-
sion for personnel on "night check"
duty. Daily PT is typically comprised
of a stretching period and 20-30 min-
utes of varied calisthenics, followed
by a 1.5-2.5 mile run. The morning
PT is led by PN1 Rodney Locke, AM1
Patrick Modestin and AZ1 Jeremy
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and AMC Charles Bench conduct the
Photos by Lt. Helen Watson
AT1 Michael Sherrow and AE3 Christopher Kalwasinski pump out some push-ups
at VS-32's command physical training.
Squadron personnel are required to
attend PT two to three times a week
based on their duty section. In addi-
tion, squadron members who have
previously struggled on the PFA and
are enrolled in the Fitness
Enhancement Program attend PT
every day. A practice PFA is held
monthly so that those who wish to
can assess their improvement and
boost their confidence for the upcom-
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individuals who failed the PFA in
past months have subsequently
passed the practice events.
The majority of the Maulers have
expressed strong positive feedback
concerning PT. Most are happy to
have a structured program supported
by the command that provides them a
solid workout on a regular schedule.
"The PT program was initially met
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Paying the proper respect
during our morning colors
By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon battalion, I was leaving at
Pope the end of the day and col-
NAS Jax Chapel ors began to play, I did not
he United States
Navy is one of the
ed organizations in the
world. All you have to do is
look around and you can
find their footprint in just
about every corner of our
daily life here at NAS
Jacksonville. Some of the
older traditions have grad-
ually gone away like keel
hauling, walking the plank
and casks of rum being sta-
ples on ship's supply lists.
But unfortunately, some
traditions that are still very
important are sometimes
forgotten and not observed.
As a chaplain, I very often
remind people of things
they need to remember, so
let me take a moment and
remind you of one tradition
that I see ignored all too
often here on the station.
Every morning, our flag
is proudly raised at several
points on the station while
our National Anthem is
played and every evening,
the flag is ceremoniously
lowered while colors are
played. These two events
Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
are important because they
remind us of the country
we serve and the freedoms
we enjoy as Americans.
Traditionally, all those in
uniform pop to attention,
salute and "face the music"
as the flag is both raised
and lowered. All those who
are not in uniform stop and
come to attention and all
those who are driving their
cars stop until the music is
Sadly, I see people on the
station who have either for-
gotten this tradition, or
simply don't know that it
exists. I learned it the hard
way as a brand new chap-
lain assigned to First
Marine Division at Camp
On my first day with my
know the tradition and I
was tired, so as I proceeded
to drive out of the parking
lot, I saw a first sergeant
(who later became a great
friend) running behind me
waving his hands for me to
stop. I stopped and he ran
up to my window and said
"Chaps, when they play col-
ors nothing had better be
moving on this base except
the hands on the clock!"
I thanked him for clueing
me in to the tradition and
from that day to now when
I see someone driving dur-
ing colors, I can still hear
him telling me about the
hands on the clock. I don't
think it is asking too much
to stop for a minute and
show the flag the respect
she deserves. If you already
observe this tradition,
thanks! If you haven't been
observing it in the past,
how about starting today?
That little pause gives us
time to think about how
blessed we are to live under
the protection of that flag.
Isn't that the least we can
You will do Isomthig mre
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8 A J Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 25, 2005
OS2(SW) Chester Hall of Bristol Department transmits information over a
voice satellite net to a ship at sea.
FC2(SW) John Kelbaugh of the maintenance department prepares for a spot
check. He will be tested by the assistant leading petty officer for knowledge
of the equipment he performs maintenance on, compliance with safety reg-
ulations and that the proper test equipment is used.
By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Standing watch over 80,000 square
miles of land, sea and air, 115 alert
Sailors scrutinize everything that flies
and floats from Wilmington, N.C., to
Daytona Beach, from the Fleet Area Control
and Surveillance Facility, Jacksonville
(FACSFAC). Operating from Building 118
on Albermarle Street, the facility's primary
mission is sea and air traffic control. The
command ensures military aircraft can train
in local airspace, that ships can complete
work-ups and war games at sea and that
northern right whales are protected.
Several departments comprise FACSFAC,
with each contributing a different part to
the overall mission. Air traffic controllers
staff the Sealord Department, which pro-
vides air traffic control services for fleet and
local squadrons from area bases. A close
relationship is maintained with the Federal
Aviation Administration because the air-
space FACSFAC controls is sometimes need-
ed for commercial planes during foul weath-
er. Military aircraft on training missions are
given clearances to use protected airspace
and then to leave once the training is accom-
The electronics technicians and fire con-
trolmen of Maintenance Department pro-
vide critical support for nearly every other
department. "The radios and computers
Sealord and Bristol Departments use, plus
the numerous telephone lines everyone uses,
all have to be maintained," explained the
department's leading petty officer, FC1(SW)
Rodney Rogers. "Our technicians maintain a
great deal of equipment in-house.
Periodically, more advanced equipment
replaces the old technology, such as the Air
Defense System Integrator (ADSI) that was
recently installed," he added. For FACSFAC,
ADSI makes possible a bird's-eye view of
operations not only in the local operating
areas, but of the world.
Knowing where planes and ships will be
and notifying Sealord and Bristol
Departments is the job of the Schedules
Department. Navy pilots need to know what
bombing ranges they can use for training,
such as the Pinecastle Complex, part of the
Jacksonville Range Complex. Pinecastle
requires close attention because it is shared
with other commands. Additionally, Navy
ships need to know what areas other vessels
aren't already using, particularly during
live-fire exercises. Sealord and Bristol
Departments receive reports of where and
when ships or planes are operating and are
kept abreast of the changes Schedules
Operations specialists standing watch in
Bristol Department communicate with sur-
face ships moving in and out of restricted
areas. Granting permission for ship move-
ments and live exercises, the department,
with the help of Schedules Department,
helps battle groups avoid conflicts. One par-
ticularly vulnerable part of the ocean Bristol
Department protects is its living inhabi-
tants, namely the northern right whales.
Thirty organizations, from Florida to Boston
receive whale-sighting reports from FACS-
FAC. "The facility relays critical data to
shore facilities and ships, including locations
and the number of adults and calves,"
explained OS1(SW) Brian Phipps, Bristol's
leading petty officer.
According to the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Agency, collisions with ships
rank as the number one cause of death to
right whales. At last count, only 300 right
whales were known to be alive in the
Atlantic Ocean. Research at the Center for
Coastal Studies in Provincetown, Mass.,
revealed recently that saving two mature
female northern right whales per year from
untimely deaths could reverse the decline of
the population. Consequently, FACSFAC
takes its duty to protect whales seriously,
and has done so since 1993.
See FACSFAC, Page 9
In the maintenance department radio room, ET3 Amy In the maintenance department radio room, ET3 Amy
Macleod inspects coaxial cables connected to several line-of- Macleod inspects coaxial cables connected to several line-of-
sight transmitters. sight transmitters.
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Continuous scrutiny of the Enhanced Terminal Voice Switch
System (ETVS) is vital for air traffic controllers' duties.
FC1 (SW) Rodney Rogers, leading petty officer of Maintenance
Department uses a computer to monitor the ETVS for opti-
Inspecting cables and wires on a new piece of equipment,
Timothy Raley from Honeywell Corporation makes sure
FACSFAC has cutting-edge technology for its mission.
FC2(SW) Vinny Vincent and ET3(SW) Steve Gardner of the
maintenance department discuss the the passdown log on
Aug 11. Every single equipment fault is documented, and a
fault history can help a technician prevent redundant trouble-
Closely examining a fast-moving air contact, AC2 Regan
Adair stands watch in Sealord at a radar console. FACSFAC is
her third command. "My last command was aboard USS
Enterprise and an air traffic controller's life here is less stress-
ful than at sea," she said.
ET3 Leroy Hardeman troubleshoots a patch panel used for
connecting radio communications gear to antennas.
JaxAir NewS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 25, 2005
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Late in the afternoon on a duty day, ET3(SW/AW) Robert Wesley removes a broken relay from a circuit board. The maintenance department uses a special bench for soldering repairs, known
as 2M. A microscope, dental tools, metal wicking and a bright light all aid in completing delicate repairs that demand a high degree of precision.
FACSFAC: Air traffic
control, ops specialists
From Page 8
"FACSFAC Jacksonville is a team of real
professionals, whether they be air traffic
controllers, operations specialists or main-
tenance experts. The centerpiece of what
we do is accommodate fleet readiness
required by the new Fleet Response Plan.
The Jacksonville Range Complex, managed
and operated by FACSFAC, is a key part of
that program on the East Coast," explained
Commanding Officer Capt. Robert Buehn.
"Also, with our inherent surveillance and
communication capability, I think there is
great potential we will have a role to play
in homeland security in the very near
future," he added.
No matter what new equipment or what
new challenges FACSFAC faces, its team
Photo courtesy of the Center for Coastal Studies
A northern right whale gracefully glides over
and into the embracing arms of the sea.
always rises to the occasion. Since 1977,
the facility has seen all sorts of technologi-
cal upgrades and personnel additions. Now,
28 years later, FACSFAC shows no signs
of slowing down.
ET2(SW) Bill Larned
Almost everything flows through supply department's doors, from certificate cases to radio
tubes. SK2(SW) Mike Owens knows where it is, when it will arrive and who needs it.
Gary Peterson from Honeywell Corporation tests the FACTS system after a recent upgrade.
The FACTS system delivers processed radar video to controllers' monitors in Sealord for a pre-
cise picture of air traffic.
Communicating with a fighter jet somewhere over the Ocala National Forest, AC1 (AW)
Johnny Hill of Sealord is one of the familiar voices military pilots rely upon.
10 Jax Ar NeMS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 25, 2005
Don't use cell phones w
From the NAS ax Safety Office
he Naval Safety Center has
recently been deluged with
questions concerning the validi-
ty of safety issues associated with
The latest questions have been in
reference to concerns of static elec-
tricity or the use of cell phones
around flammable materials or at-
mospheres, during fueling operations.
Apparently there are e-mails circu-
lating that cite several instances of
people fueling their vehicles and
experiencing a fire caused by one of
the possible ignition sources listed
Many people have asked for clarifi-
cation concerning the use of cell
phones while fueling a vehicle. This
issue is complex so the Naval Safety
Center has asked the National Fire
Protection Association (NFPA) for
According to Robert Benedetti, prin-
cipal flammable liquids engineer,
NFPA International, this issue start-
ed out in the "urban legend" category.
"A fire incident supposedly occurred
in a Far East country when a patron
refueling their vehicle, used a cellular
telephone and ignited gasoline
The incident could not be confirmed
and even the reporter who wrote the
story for the Far East edition of the
Wall Street Journal admitted she had
gotten the story third-hand,". said
"The stories proliferated and the
major petroleum marketers decided
that they had to do something. So, a
few started posting warnings and ini-
tiating public service messages. Once
a few did, the rest followed, as did the
American Petroleum Institute," he
It was also reported in the early
stages of these issues that a few
European countries had always pro-
hibited the use of cellular telephones
and similar devices at service sta-
tions. Recently, two incidents were
In the United Kingdom, an auto
mechanic experienced a fire when his
cellular telephone rang while he was
working on the fuel system of a car.
Another incident occurred on an off-
shore oil platform, when an instru-
ment technician had a similar experi-
ence while working in an environ-
ment that may have contained an
ignitable atmosphere. The first inci-
dent is not confirmed. The second was
confirmed but there is a question as
to what was the ignition source.
According to Benedetti, cellular
telephones are not designed for use in
an environment where an ignitable
atmosphere might exist. The owner's
manual of most leading cell phone
manufacturers states this fact quite
This is also true of many pagers,
particularly the "full function" types.
Some pagers are suitable for such
atmospheres; they carry a small label
Benedetti also added that it would
be possible to create an ignition capa-
ble spark with a cell phone. One sce-
nario involves dropping the telephone
in such a way that the battery is
ejected and is short-circuited across
its charging terminals.
IEe did say however that, the chance
of all the right conditions coming
together at the same time is distinctly
remote. There are numerous potential
ignition sources on an automobile, but
the incidence of fires during fueling
episodes is rare, to say the least.
There has also been thought on
static electricity being an ignition
source in some of these fires. The
Petroleum Equipment Institute in
March 2002 issued a press release
warning motorist to be cautious while
fueling their vehicles and to follow
three basic guidelines while filling up.
Turn off your engine.
Don't smoke while fueling a vehi-
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CNO: '. .. a clear vision of what he wants to do'
From Page 1
the speech were impressed with
Mullen's vision for the Navy's future.
"It really sounded as if the CNO
had a clear vision of what he wants to
do," said Weapons Department Sailor
TM1 Mike Ramirez. "I was especially
impressed with the way he talked
about adapting to our ever-changing
enemies. I think that's extremely
important when you consider the fact
that the terrorists we fight seem to
never stick to one location for very
Mullen wasn't the only important
figure to visit NAS Jax that day.
Mullen's wife, Deborah, who is travel-
ing with him throughout the
Southeast Region, paid a visit to NAS
Jax's Fleet and Family Support
Center to meet with the station's
"It's a great opportunity and very
helpful to us ombudsmen to hear
from the CNO's wife about what his
future plans are," said Jenne Smith,
Commander, Navy Region Southeast
ombudsman. "Mrs. Mullen told us the
Navy's Ombudsman Program is very
critical to the Navy and very impor-
tant to the CNO and to her."
Mullen and his wife plan to visit as
many Navy and Marine Corps instal-
lations as they can before returning
to Washington, D.C.
VP-30: Brewer set to take command of 'Pro's Nest'
From Page 1
was the pilot training offi-
cer, alternate NATOPS
evaluator and was named
the 1987 Instructor of the
Year. Brewer's other shore
assignments include VP-10,
and operations and assis-
tant chief of staff for opera-
tions at Commander, Patrol
Wings, U.S. Pacific Fleet.
Most recently, Brewer
served as the director of
PERS-44 at Naval Person-
nel Command in Milling-
ton, Tenn. Additionally, he
earned a masters degree
from the Naval War College
and graduated with distinc-
tion in 1993.
Heimerle assumed duties
as commanding officer of
VP-30 in August 2003. As
commanding officer, he led
the largest squadron in
naval aviation, surpassing
410,000 flight-hours and 41
years of mishap free flying.
Along with this accomplish-
ment, his leadership led to
the development of the Fleet
Standardization Group, Ad-
vanced Readiness Program,
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an 82 percent retention rate, provide P-3 specific train-
47 percent advancement ing for aviators, naval flight
rate, and a 40 percent reduc- officers and enlisted air-
tion in aircrew attrition, crew prior to their report-
Additionally, VP-30 was ing to the fleet. More than
awarded the Theodore G. 750 staff personnel directly
Ellyson Aviation Production or indirectly train over 700
Excellence Award for the officer and enlisted person-
first time its history. In his nel annually, utilizing 10 P-
next assignment, Heimerle 3 aircraft of various models.
will be a member of the VP-30 also provides specific
Strategic Studies Group in aircrew and maintenance
Newport, R.I. training for foreign military
VP-30, the "Pro's Nest," is personnel from Germany,
the U.S. Navy's maritime Chile, Pakistan, Argentina,
patrol and reconnaissance Korea, Netherlands, Nor-
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By Kaylee LaRocque
ith numerous years
of experience in the
childcare field, new
NAS Jax Child Develop-
ment Program Director
Mary Cano brings a wealth
of knowledge to the NAS
Jax Morale, Welfare and
Child Development Center
Cano, who arrived here
July 8 after working at the
NS Mayport CDC for the
past 12 years is now respon-
sible for overseeing the NAS
Jax CDC and the Child
Development Home and
U.S. Department of Agricul-
ture (USDA) programs here,
at NS Mayport and NSB
Kings Bay, Ga.
"I accepted this position
because it is a huge oppor-
tunity for me. I'm really
looking forward to the chal-
lenge. So far, it's really
interesting. Things are done
a little differently here than
at Mayport, so right now I'm
just getting used to the
environment," said Cano,
Cano, grew up in an Army
family and spent much of
her childhood in Germany.
When her parents finally
settled in Ohio, Cano com-
pleted her degree in Early
Childhood Education at
Kent State University in
"When I graduated from
college in 1984, there were
no teaching jobs available. I
couldn't even get an inter-
view," she said. "I had
always wanted to go back to
Germany, so I joined the
Army and ended up back
there for about three years."
The next chapter of her
life took her to Hawaii as a
former military spouse.
Once settled, Cano decided
it was time to find a job in
the field she was educated
in. "I started teaching pre-
school there for about a
year. Then, in 1989, the
Military Childcare Act was
enacted mandating that all
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(left) and Zjavion Hadley work on a puzzle at the center. "I try to get into the classrooms as
much as I can to see how everything is going. I want people to know me and know that they
can talk to me if they have a problem," said Cano. The center currently has openings for
preschoolers ages 3-5. For more information, call 542-5434.
military childcare centers
hire training and curricu-
lum specialists. I just hap-
pened to have an early
childhood degree that few
people had, so I was hired
on base," Cano explained.
When her former husband
left the military, the family
moved to Ohio to live with
"I was on leave without
pay from my civil service job
and was looking for another
position. A job came open at
Mayport for a training and
curriculum specialist, so I
applied and got the job," she
continued. "Eventually, I
was promoted to program
administrator and the posi-
tion title was later changed
to CDC director."
In her new position, Cano
is responsible for overseeing
all aspects of the center and
the CDH and USDA pro-
grams. "We have a tremen-
dous support staff here. My
leads each have their own
sections of the building that
they oversee. They pretty
much run their own depart-
ments. And, my assistant
Deridre Odom can do every-
thing here. When I first
arrived here, I was wonder-
ing what I would be doing,
but I've managed to keep
busy," said Cano.
From working on budgets,
ensuring new and existing
guidelines are being fol-
lowed to starting up the new
Pre-K program that will
begin Sept. 1, there is
always plenty to do each
"Unfortunately, I spend a
lot of time on the manage-
ment side of the house, but I
do try to get into the class-
rooms as much as I can to
see what's going on and to
let the staff know I'm here
for them if they need any-
thing," added Cano.
According to Cano, she
really doesn't have any
major changes planned for
the CDC. "All the CDCs in
the tri-site area work closely
together and help one
another. The curriculum
here is right on target and
it's really a good program,"
In the future after retire-
ment, Cano hopes to move
back to Europe. But until
then, her goal is to ensure
the programs here run well.
"I want the parents and
my staff to know that I have
an open door policy and that
they can talk to me anytime.
I want our parents to be
happy and their children to
have fun while learning. My
staff is really important to
me. I want them to really
enjoy their jobs and be
happy to come to work
everyday," she stressed.
Currently, although the
Pre-K program is full, there
are numerous openings for
children age three to five.
"With school starting, we
lost about 40 children so we
have plenty of spaces for
this age group," said Cano.
For more information on
the NAS Jax CDC, call 542-
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DoD selects tribal
From the Department
he Department of
Defense (DoD) an-
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tation grants totaling $2.42
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A Landing Signal Enlisted checks to ensure a clear flight deck
while signaling to launch an SH-60 Seahawk helicopter assigned to
Photo by PH3 Ryan O'Connor the "Dusty Dogs" of HS-7 aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier
AD2 Cheryl Brockhouse performs preventative USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). Truman is currently conducting
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New director sets course for Naval Historical Center
By ackA. Green
Naval Historical Center Public Affairs
Anew Director of
Naval History as-
sumed the helm of
the Naval Historical Center
(NHC) July 25 with the
immediate goal of bringing
naval history closer to the
if am delighted to have
this position, because it is
an important time for naval
history," said retired Rear
Adm. Paul E. Tobin to an
audience gathered in the
Navy Museum July 27.
He went on to congratu-
late NHC's previous Acting
Director, Capt. Peter 0.
Wheeler, and the Center's
staff, for their superior per-
formance during the 10-
month long selection pro-
cess for a new director.
Tobin said that one of his
first goals is to reaffirm the
importance of naval history.
"There is a lot more we
can do with information
technology to increase
awareness of our rich array
of services," he said.
Further, an ongoing ma-
Possible delays in
By Karen Spangler,
Navy Region Hawaii Public Affairs
M military personnel
and civilian em-
ployees inbound to
Hawaii can expect delivery
delays on household goods
(HHG) now through Sep-
tember, according to a re-
cent message from Com-
mander, Naval Supply Sys-
tems Command (COM-
tives by the U.S. Army,
resulting in a 20 to 25 per-
cent increase in the volume
of household goods ship-
ments in and out of Hawaii,
are the reasons cited for the
jor project for the Center
will be to determine if it
has "enough people; the
right people in the right
One of his major long-
term goals is to "generate a
view of where we want to
be 25 years from now with
a timetable and milestones.
A major priority is the need
to move toward using mod-
ern technology for the stor-
age of valuable archives
and artifacts. To do this,
will the NHC be in the
same buildings twenty
years from now? Probably
not!" said Tobin.
In the meantime, his
immediate goal is to visit
the Navy's 12 museums
and establish a working
relationship with major
Tobin, a 1963 graduate of
the U.S. Naval Academy,
comes to the Center from
being the executive director
of the Educational Founda-
tion of the Armed Forces
Communications and Elec-
tronics Association (AFCEA)
in Fairfax, Va.
His 35-year Navy career
from 1963 through 1998
afloat and ashore. His sea
duty started off in destroy-
ers, then included being
chief engineer on board
USS Forrestal (CVA 59),
command of destroyers
USS Tatnall (DDG 19) and
USS Fox (CG 33), and staff
positions managing surface
It was as a participant
that he had his first brush
with naval history. While
assigned as Engineer Of-
ficer aboard USS Davis
(DD 937), he was awarded
a Bronze Star for opera-
tions associated with the
household goods shipments to Hawaii
delays. Due to the increase
in volume expected through
September, the carrier
industry has indicated that
"they may not have suffi-
cient capacity to meet the
additional summer ship-
ment volume and delivery
delays on inbound ship-
ments may occur," advised
The message advises DoD
military and civilian em-
ployees who will be moving
to Hawaii this summer to
contact the Joint Personal
Property Shipping Office
(JPPSO) at Pearl Harbor
immediately upon arrival.
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Solicitation of educational services
From the Navy
There are many legiti-
mate companies that
provide unique educa-
tional services and products
to service members.
The military mobile life
style makes these products
or services attractive and
desirable. Many times we
receive an innocent sound-
ing request, we take at face
value, and feel we are pro-
viding a valuable service to
However, one must always
be vigilant not to support
any efforts that expose our
Sailors to any type of com-
mercial solicitation during
,the normal routine workday.
Command personnel must
constantly be aware of and
avoid any situations in
which they inadvertently
put the command in a posi-
tion that reflects endorse-
ment or appearance of
endorsement of any com-
mercial solicitation venture.
The Department of the
Navy's (DoN) policy regard-
ing any commercial solicita-
tion venture is laid out in
This policy is designed to
safe guard and promote the
welfare of its people, as con-
sumers, by providing a uni-
form approach to the con-
duct of all personal commer-
cial solicitation on DoN
installations and to provide
consumer protection stan-
The policy set forth in
higher directives is further
amplified by individual base
instructions. These instruc-
tions prohibit all commer-
cial solicitation aboard a
military base, except in lim-
ited specific circumstances
(e.g. can generally place a
"for sale" sign in one's car)
or with the express written
permission of the command-
ing officer. Some of the
practices that are specifical-
Making an appointment
with or soliciting military
personnel in an "on-duty
Soliciting of personnel
in a "mass or captive audi-
ence" on board an installa-
tion (i.e. all hands briefing
or general military train-
DoN facilities will not be
used for soliciting enroll-
ments in any commercial
Use of an official identi-
fication card, or vehicle
sticker, by a retiree or
reserve member of the
armed forces to gain access
to the installation for the
purpose of soliciting.
Procuring or supplying,
or attempting to procure
and supply roster listings of
DoN personnel for the pur-
pose of commercial solicita-
tion except pursuant to pro-
cedures implementing the
Freedom of Information Act.
Offering unfair, improp-
er, deceptive inducements,
or rebates to purchase a
product or service.
Solicitation by a mili-
tary member of another mil-
itary member, who is junior
in rank or grade, whether
on or off-duty, in or out of
uniform, on or off a military
installation except as per-
mitted by SECNAVINST
5370.2H, Standards of
Conduct and Government
It is acceptable for the
service member to initiate
contact with a university or
other commercial enter-
prise, but all business trans-
actions should take place at
an off-base site.
If the service member
resides on a military facility
and desires to discuss a
commercial transaction that
they initiated, the meeting
should take place while off-
duty and physically outside
of the workplace.
Keep in mind, if you are
required to sign a financial
contract for an educational
service or product, you
should have it reviewed by
your Naval Legal Service
Office's Legal Assistance
Department. Make sure you
understand the financial
implications and their
impact to avoid a financial
HAWAII: Household goods
From Page 12
JPPSO officials to be flexi-
ble as they plan for perma-
nent change of station
(PCS) moves. According to
Faye Flores, JPPSO direc-
tor at Pearl Harbor,
inbound Sailors should con-
tact JPPSO immediately
upon arrival on the island,
even though they may not
know the delivery address
for their property, and pro-
vide contact information.
Flores encouraged mili-
tary members to accept
delivery of their property as
soon as it arrives.
"On the date of their
moves, Sailors need to be
sure they are home
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
to avoid charges for an
she said. "During the sum-
mer, it is advised that mem-
bers be flexible about their
move dates," she added.
Although the busy sum-
mer PCS season is well
underway, it is still impor-
tant for military service
members to plan for their
outbound moves as soon as
possible, according to
Flores advised, "As soon
as you get your orders,
make sure you call the per-
sonal property office and
make your appointment.
see some delay
Once the application is
done, we book shipment for
all the services."
Sailors can also go online
sup.navy.mil to arrange
their household goods move
online. The program func-
tions as an online substi-
tute for an in-person
Once a Sailor receives
orders and completes his or
her application with the
personal property office or
online application, Flores
said that it is the goal of
her office to book shipments
within two days after it
receives the application.
Once the application is
processed, JPPSO person-
nel will assign the Sailor a
moving company to handle
the household goods move.
Flores explained that in
all cases, preparation and
flexibility are key, noting
that Sailors should expect
the season to be busy and
should plan to be flexible in
their move dates.
Sailors who would like to
check on the status of ship-
ments can access their
information through the
Internet at http://ebiz.pearl.
menu. They can contact
JPPSO by calling (808) 473-
4497 or email at FISC_
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Freedom Lanes reopens
Photo by J01 Mike England
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson and Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Assistant Pat Sneed cut the ribbon at the grand reopening of the
NAS Jax MWR Freedom Lanes Bowling Center Aug 17. The bowling center, which has
been closed since May, underwent $950,000 worth of renovations designed to upgrade
it to a state-of-the-art bowling facility. Some of the upgrades include new lanes, ceiling
and floor tile and score keeping system. Dobson felt that the new and improved
Freedom Lanes was money well spent. "Bowling is a great way for Sailors to spend
quality time with their families. That, in addition to the fact that many of our single
Sailors patronize the bowling alley, makes this a great investment in our Sailors,"
Dobson stated. Many of the Sailors who attended the reopening were thrilled with the
improvements to the bowling center."I think the place looks great," said NC1 (SW)
Terrance Magby. "I can't wait to role my first game here." Freedom Lanes is open from
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 11 a.m. to midnight Friday and
Saturday. For more information, call 542-3493.
USO offers Jaguars tickets
From the USO
The USO sells tickets to every Jag-
uars home game (including pre-sea-
son) for $8 per ticket. In order for us
to be able to sell these tickets at this price,
there are a few rules we need to follow.
For more information, call Sonya at 778-
The following is the upcoming season
Sept. 11, 1 pn.m. Jags vs. Seahawks,
tickets on sale at USO Aug. 29.
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on sale at USO Nov. 28.
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on sale at USO Dec. 5.
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ets on sale at USO Dec. 19.
Stretch your food dollar
with the DeCA Web site
By Cherie Dewar
A anyone who shops at the
local commissary knows
how low the prices can be
compared to civilian grocery
stores and now you can find
even more savings by visiting
the Defense Commis-sary
Agency (DeCA) Web site. You'll
get coupons, learn about sales
and Best Value Items and see
new recipes, as well as find
links to other web sites that
serve military families.
To locate and learn about your
nearest commissary, click on the
"Locations" tab. Each commis-
sary provides a list of business hours, driv-
ing directions, spotlighted events, special-
ties (such as special-order meat, veggie, or
fruit trays, or a "Grab n Go" section), serv-
ices and even the manager's names. If you
have any questions or concerns, the com-
missaries list their e-mail address so you
can communicate with them directly.
The spotlighted events section often
mentions upcoming sales and how to find
the Best Value Items (BVI), which means
that those items are comparable in quality
to the national brand, but sold at a lower
price than at civilian supermarkets.
Sometimes they're even much lower than
the normal 30.4 percent savings that you'll
find at the commissary.
Once you know the location of your near-
est commissary, the "shopping" section will
help you hunt down the BVIs. Under "Visit
Our Savings Aisle" is a complete list of the
BVIs, plus bargain products broken down
by category, such as frozen foods, grocery,
health or beauty.
This section is similar to the mailers
that advertise sale items in civilian gro-
cery stores by listing what percentage the
items are discounted when compared to
the regular price. You can make out your
shopping list by looking at the commis-
saries products where the BVIs and
national promotion items are flagged.
If you need fresh meal ideas when you're
making out your shopping list, the "shop-
ping" section also has a "Find a Recipe"
section. There are recipes for practical din-
ners like potato corn chowder with chick-
en, or cute decorative desserts such as
Poppy the Penguin popcorn balls. Many
more links are provided that contain recipe
ideas. Kraft, Nabisco and Kelloggs have
Web sites dedicated to the military and
these sites advertise special offers of their
products at the commissaries.
One good resource is military shoppers.
After registering with the Web site, you
can stretch your food dollar even further
by printing coupons from the "Military
Store Coupons" section. Military Shoppers
mails out'"Judy Johnson" coupons to those
who live in on-base housing; these coupons
are good only at commissaries. If you live
off-base, you can receive them by signing
up in the Judy Johnson Coupon section.
This site also offers free classified ads,
base information and a local entertain-
The "Links" page of the Web site has
numerous informative links to food safety
alerts, a series on bioterrorism, allergy
information and coupons.
Active-duty personnel and their spouses
have unlimited access to the commissary
and reserve personnel can go 24 times per
year. Reservists are issued a commissary
privilege card once a year. The reservist
presents this card each time he or she goes
to the commissary and it's marked to keep
track of the visits. If reservists are mobi-
lized to active duty, then they and their
family members have unlimited commis-
sary access. During this time, an ID card
and a copy of the reservists orders are all
that are required to use the commissary.
By shopping at the commissary, a family
of four can save $2,440 per year, with aver-
age savings of 30.4 percent compared to
civilian grocery stores. This shopping expe-
rience, at one of the 284 commissaries, can
be enhanced even more by using DeCAs
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Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, upgraded scoring system and much
Monday, 4-10 p.m.
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m. 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. midnight
Dollar Days at NAS Freedom Lanes
Now until Sept. 5
$1 Shoe Rental
$1 Small Drinks
$1 Nachos and Cheese
Free Bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).
Lap swim from 5:30 a.m. 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Recreation swim 4:30-8 p.m.
11 a.m. noon
Military $1 per day
DoD $2 per day
Guests $3 per day
Call 542-2930 for more information and additional pric-
For more information about I.T T trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Tallahassee Day Trip
Includes tour of Old Capitol, Mission San Louis, and The
Florida History Museum.
Atlanta Weekend Trip
Includes the Martin Luther King Jr. historical sites, a
CNN studio tour, Olympic Centennial Park, Cyclorama,
World of Coke, and Stone Mountain. Free time will also be
available to shop in the Atlanta Underground and the
Lennox Square Mall.
$211/person based on double occupancy
Sign-up by Aug. 19.
Yalaha Bakery and Lakeside Winery in Clermont,
Includes the German Bakery in Yalaha, followed by a
tour of the Lakeside winery.
Dudley Farm, Micanopy & Cross Creek
Includes the Dudley Farm, Marjorie Kinnan Rollins
home site and shopping in Micanopy.
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Photos courtesy of Youth Activities Adalberto Urriola, jean Cherigo, Corey Fletcher, Joe Delgado and Marcus Hamrick
Deion Eakins cheers on the Jacksonville enjoy some munchies during the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Miami Dolphins game
Jaguars during their Aug. 13 preseason Aug. 13. Twenty-seven kids from the NAS Jax Youth Activities Center attended the
game against the Miami Dolphins. game courtesy of the NFL. "The NFL donated the tickets to military children. We're
hoping they do it again," said Youth Activities Director Claudia Christino.
Recreation Center for more details,
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday in August, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax
Jaguars Preseason Game
Tonight, 6 p.m.
Jaguars vs. Atlanta Falcons
Jacksonville Suns Baseball Game
Aug. 30, 4:30 p.m.
WWE SmackDown Trip
For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends; 3-7 p.m.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m.- Sahara (PG 13)
Saturday, 5 p.m.- A Lot Like Love (PG 13)
Saturday, 7 p.m.- The Amityville Horror (R)
For more information about the marina please call 542-
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Score big while playing MWR Fantasy Football
From Navy MWR
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Sailors can build their
own fantasy football
team and compete
nationally for a cash prize of
$30,000 in a contest offered
by Navy Morale, Welfare
and Recreation (MWR).
"The Fantasy Football
2005 contest ismodeled,
after a successful program
that MWR Great Lakes
started last season," said
Karen Fritz, head, MWR
Special Events and Enter-
tainment. "We are excited to
offer Sailors the opportunity
to compete for cash awards,
vacation packages and other
The top three Navy scores
at the end of the season will
win an Armed Forces
Vacation Club (www.afv-
club.com) voucher good for a
one-week stay at any avail-
able resort. Partici-pants
will also have the chance to
win national prizes weekly
and compete in state compe-
Sailors and other eligible
MWR patrons are allowed
one free entry per person
and participants must be at
least 18 years old.
The Fantasy Football 2005
is a salary cap style league.
Rosters can be adjusted
until the first National
Football League game on
A special unlimited trade
package is being offered to
eligible MWR patrons
through Sports Buff
Fantasy Network for $35, a
savings of more than $150.
The package allows partici-
pants to adjust their rosters
an unlimited number of
times. The unlimited trade
package is not necessary to
play, but may increase
chances of winning and
improve weekly scores.
To register your team and
to find more information
about the Fantasy Football
2005 rules, prizes and scor-
ing system, visit http://mwr-
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Entry fee is $5 per race.
Sailboats raced from the marina are free.
Call 542-3260 for more details.
Every Thursday- free kayak/canoe rental for active duty
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other gear at low prices.
For more details, e-mail email@example.com.
Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more informa-
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The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club
is a members only club open to
all active duty, reserves, retired
military and active and retired
DoD civilians. For more informa-
tion, call 778-0805 or email
commodore @ njyc.org.
A free Yoga Class for all
ages and abilities is held the
first Sunday of each month at
Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda
Star Walker at 398-8429.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their 'chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact Shirlinda at
771-9573 or visit http://groups.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
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.
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
A Freedom Fighter's Ride
sponsored by the Family
Readiness Group of 1st
Battalion, 111th Aviation
Regiment is planned for
Saturday at 10 a.m. The ride
begins at Cecil Commerce
Center. Sign-ups can be made
now by calling Linda Loughman
at 573-2300, Ext. 1201 or on the
day of the event beginning at 8
a.m. All proceeds will benefit the
families of soldiers deployed to
Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Orange Park Woman's
Club will hold their first meeting
of the fall season Sept. 1 at 9:30
a.m. at 130 Kingsley Avenue in
Orange Park. Everyone is invit-
ed to attend.
The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees,
invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to
the following meetings: Sept. 8,
6 p.m. special meeting for cur-
rent employees and Sept. 13, 1
p.m. regular meeting. Both
meetings are being held at the
Orange Park Library, 2054
Plainfield Avenue in Orange
Park. For more information, call
Emma Murray at 276-9415.
The Jacksonville Area
Supply Corps Association is
sponsoring a golf tournament
Sept. 16 at noon at the Bent
Creek Golf Course. All money
raised will benefit the National
Supply Corps Association's
Scholarship Fund. For more
information, call Lt. Cole Seibel
at 542-1157 or email
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SPORTS & STANDINGS
Fall softball leagues forming
The season is scheduled to begin in
September and games will be played on
Monday and Wednesdays.
Greybeard (NAS Jax active duty ages 30
Intramural (NAS Jax active duty only)
Women (active duty, dependents over 18,
Officials and scorekeepers
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football, and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers also needed for
basketball. Experience not required. If inter-
ested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
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 lodg-
ing 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-
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
Women 4 Hrs.
Women 3 Hrs.
run, 40k bike
Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.
Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
based on 1.5k swim, 10k
Flag Football Standings
As of Aug. 19
Intramural Golf Freedom
League Final Standings
Team Wins Losses
FACSFAC 9 0
FASO 6 2
Navy Band 6 2
VS-32 Gold 4 3
HS-11 5 4
Intramural Golf Liberty
League Final Standings
Wins Losses Ties
Summer Basketball Final
Run & Gun
Public Notice No. 2
MWR looking for vendors to participate in Motorcycle Safety Rodeo
Local park offers classes
for adults and children
The following are upcoming classes at Westside Regional
Park Nature Center located across the NAS Jax Main
Gate at 7000 Roosevelt Boulevard. All classes require
advance reservations by calling 573-2498.
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$2000 As is/$4000 Remod
Lot Rent $250 778 2897
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$29,900. 866 9355.
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Lake Access Lots
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Wilcox Co., GA
222 AC $2,250/AC
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appraised at $400k
asking $315. 813-6819
7000 Mills Ave.
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390 Real Estate
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NO DEAL TOO BIG or
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our area. Purchase or
Saranteed rent. Con-
ract now, move when
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
427 Mobile Home Lots
435 Rooms to Rent
455 Wanted to Rent
AVONDALE HI RISE
Efficiency & 1/2/3 Bd.
Balcony, Heat/AC Paid!
CF & NAS 2BR Duplex
New Copt and Tile, Fen Yd.
Ref Req. $595 778-2897
GainesvIlle Next to UF
lbr, ch/a, crpt, d/w. Sub
Lse $680m. 352-373-2881
HUD Vouchers Accepted
Newly Remodeled Large
1, 2, & 3BR's, Very Nice!
Call (904) 751-1510
4 5 Apartments
MAKE US YOUR-.I
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Call today to reserve \
GREGORY WEST APTS /
MURRAY HILL -2/1 Irg
upstairs, $600 mo +
dep. Call 349-1111
Northslde- $125 moves
you in Pelican Pointe
1333 Dunn Ave.
$399 Back to
|1,S2,& BR Availl
Large 1. 2 & 3 Bedrooms.
$99 SEC. DEP. SPECIAL!!
No application fee.
CALL (904) 751-1510
WGV brand new
S2bdrm 2 bath ,
I|lanai, $1250 cable.
water, trash, WD,
pool gym, incl. Golf,
priv. le ge. 278-9780
WS 2/1 duplex, w/d hu
ch&a, incs h20/lawn ref
/dep $525mo 291-0344
W'SIDE (2) 2/1 no pets,
628/630 St. Clair St.
W'side -1 & 2 Bdrms. off
the beaten path yet
close quiet n'hood $500
& $600. 904- 823- 6172
$725mo 771-2345 ext.224
ATL/UNIV -The Carlton,
2/1.5, w/d, boatslip,
pool, $900mo 859-6698
2BR Duplex, newly
BERKMAN PLAZA Lux 2/2
1475sf on river
CEDAR CREEK Irq luxury
waterfront 2/2.5 includes
wtr/sew, 2 balconies
w/d, fplpool, dock, boat
ramp, 6mi NAS, $895m
Mil. Discount. 781-2333
CONDOS FOR RENT I
3/2 $1095mo. .
OP, 3/2 $89Smo. No
Rent Aug. 545-0019
EAGLE HARBOR 2/2 +
study 1 c. gar, $1300mo.
w/boat slip. 2/2.5, wet
bar, pool, $1350m, 1st,
last, sec., Cell 501-2848
Green Cove Springs 2/2.5
condo w/fpl, screened
porch $900/mo +sec
ICW new 2/2.5 TH, Bch
Blvd betw Hodges/
Kernan. $950m 287-0943
4 Oceanfront Condo
furnished Jax Bch.,
3 bd 2 bth, update
kitchen; pool call
ORANGE PARK I
Rent or RTO,
At Oak Leaf 276-6446
S'Side II Villagio
lux new 3/2, attached
cluhouserg, 1790 sf.,
w/d, s/steel apple, 18"
San Jose-new 2/2 gated
fitness 2 pools club,
$1000 + Imo. 343-0184
SO'SIDE- new II Villa-
gio condo, 2/2.5, pool,
fitness, $1125 742-9613
SOUTHSIDE -Ig 3/2,
lanai, fans, apple, water
softnr, sec, pool,
jacuzzi, clbhs 731-7688
S'side 2/2 newly reno-
vated, all amenities,
w/d, $1100mo 838-5698
S'SIDE Montreau 3/2
lake front condo.
S'Side-Reserve @ Pointe
$995mo. 382-3454 .
New Townhome 2/2.5,
cable, sec., lawn maint.,
no pets/no smkng $950
W'SIDE 2/2 Lux Water-
front, Nr Riverside. free
boat dockage, $895m
nc. water, sewer,
garbage. 757 0775
SIDE BRAND NEW TH
3/2.5, close to 295. No
Spets. $1200m. 230-6789
4, W'slde-4/2, large
Spatio with a/c.
V Autograde fenced 3
miles fro NAS.
$1500 + dep.No pets.
772-1077 avail Sept.
4BR/2BA Off Alta Dr.
Pool, nr. 9A/Airport,
$1495. 904-704-09 7
walk to beach, 4/2
4 2200Sf. large
$1650M. a must see
ARGYLE -2/2 TH, kit eq,
scrn porch, $825mo
$800 dep. 269-1722
Argyle 3/2/2 1800sf cov
pat, x Ig bk yd. quiet.
$1250 neg. 972-333.7570
ARGYLE 3/2 Split BR, Fpic
Screened Covered Patio.
Refs Req $995 778 2897
ARGYLE 4/2 fen yd, 2 yrs
old, comm pool, pets
nego $1175 904-294-1587
First Month Free
Call tom: (904) 338-4837
Watson Realty Corp.
Lakeview @ Watermill
9367 Prosperity Lake Dr
3/2 1741 $1150
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730 8060
Northwood @ Watermill
9189 Fallsmill Drive
4/2 1745 $1075
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
4/25 2 story,
o 3280sqft, 2car gar,
908-8367 or 651-0094
AVONDALE 3/1.5 Near
Boone Prk, 1423 Menna
St $900+dep. 384-4455
AVONDALE 3BR +sun
porch, fen yd, 2c gar,
hwd firs newly pnted.
yd serv $1150. 382-7287
BRAND NEW HOMES
3 & 4 bedroom homes
$950 and up
Call for Specials!
CF & HAS Small Cottage
2BR $545 Quiet. Refs Req
(904) 778- 2897
Eagle Harbor 4/3,2500sf
Pond viewnew crpt.2 car
Eagle Harbor 4/3,
crpt. $1800 mo.673-2276
FERNANDINA AREA -3/2,
FLEMING ISLAND -4/2,
newly renovated, RTO
FOR RENT -3 Bedrm,
2 Bath house In
1900 sqft, available
Oct.1 Call 886-4276 (pis)
,. For rent 3 bedroom 2
M bathroom house
89 Mandarin area 1900
square feet available
Oct. 1 call 886-4276 (PCS)
ICW 3/2 new paint/crpt
Irg gar $1100m+$1100dp.
No smkrs/pets. 241-8173
ICW 3/2 new paint/crpt
Irg gar $1100m+$1100dp.
No smkrs/pets. 241-8173
ICW 4/2.5, pool w/spa,
fncd yd, fpl, 2 car gar,
COMM. POOL, $2000mo.
4. Intracoastal West,
tjj;offered due to trans-
fer 3/2, gated com-
munity, ch/a, sunrm. wd.
firs, frplc, steps to com-
KERNAN 3/2 Executive
home. All apple. W/D
conn. $1395m. Accent
Jax 388-2225 x126
KINGSLAND brand new,
3/2, in Laurel Island.
scrn porch, gar, c--.rm.
pool, $1200mo. 3-7s7
LakeShore: Beautiful 2 1
w/office, all brand ne,-.
interior! $850. 379-3 322
LAKEWOO D 3 1
updated,poolFirep c Ce.
Mand. Lks Irg 2/2 W/D,
new crpt/pnt, no pets,
MANDARIN -3/2, $950,
12744 Burning Tree Ln.
4, Mandarin 3BR, 2 BA
N 2000 S.F. House on a
S lake 2 car garage,
MANDARIN 3 houses 3/2,
4676 Chesapeake Ln.
S3/2 gar, fncd
Murray Hill 3/2. Move in
Murray Hill-4643 Royal
Northside: Exec. 4/3 with
pool. No pets. $2200mo
NS-3br, ch/a. 1526 W.
25th St.-$695m; 3br,
ch/a 5351 Dodge Rd.,
NS-4/1.5, CH&A, W/D
HKUP. 7527 Oriole St.
O.P. 4/2 2 car garage
Sw/ ing pool & fire-
VIplace 15 mins from
NAS JAX Clay Co
Schools all appliances
613-3335 $1500 officially
O.P. OAKLEAF -4, Brand
New, ea 4/2, lanai,
OP/FLEMING ISL PLANT.
New 3/2.5 TH, gar, cul-
de- sac, $1200m 278-6802
OP-Flem. Isi. PlantNew
Gated w/pools, tennis,
basketball, 4 bdrm, 2.5
BA, 2 car gar. on 1/2
wooded lot. Like new.
ORANGE PARK 3/2, 2
car gar, RTO$1100mo
ORANGE PARK Like new
brick 3/2, screen rm,
Orange Park-Rent. Own
brand new 3/2 home
with study on a pond In
Doctor's Inlet Reserve
ORTEGA FARMS 1, 2, 3Br
No pets/smkr. 1 or 1.5ba.
$475 $700. 388-1335
PONTE VEDRA BCH 3/2 2
car gar, comm pool/ten
$1375mo 352- 514-1848
PVB 3/2 Capecod.
E. of AlA, 3 blks from
bch, fncd yd. hdwd firs
PVB Just Reduced 3/2.5
1850sf, comm. pool, ten
$1400m no pets, 608-4930
Rent To Own No
qualifying! No closing
costs! We lend you the
dwn pay! 4/2 CH&A Lrg
fncd yd $975/mo 3436
SOUTHSIDE -3/1, w/d,
credit chk. $900mo +
$900sec dep. 477-3964
7801 Pt. Meadows Dr#3307
2/2 1200SF $995
1/2 month free on
first full months rent
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
S'SIDE 3323 Eve Dr. E. 3/1,
sec, air, call owner for
details. $850m. 565 9345
S'S Immac 2/2/1 Duplex
Avail May 1, main's to
UNF, tile $1000 226-4801
SS -move in special,
newer 4/2, 2100sf,
ST. JOHNS FOREST -New,
4/3 2300sf, $1995mo,
ST. JOHNS CO. -South-
lake comm. off 210. lmi
from 1-95. 3/2, culdesac
1700sf $1275m. 704-1414
St Johns River 3/2. See
ad FL19435 at rental-
houses.com or call
Stone Hurst-avail. 9/1.
No pets .no smkg,
VILLAGE OF FIRESIDE
Gated, 4/2, hdwd fir,
WESTSIDE RENT TO OWN
$0 DOWN! Call
RTO hotline 384-0856
WESTSIDE near NAS 2/1,
den, Ig bk yd, laundry
rm, no pets, $650mo +
$650 dep. 904-704-4071
W'side-2/1. New incl.
tile throughout & CH&A.
front & ack yard.
W'SIDE -2 & 3br houses,
CH&A, w/d hkp, frig
W'SIde- 3/1, 1100sf,
CH&A, Fen yrd, $750mo
+ $750 dep. 591-7335
W'SIDE -3/2, 2car gar,
refrig, cbl. ch/a, c ose
to naval/hosp & golf;
W'SIDE Ig brick 3br/2ba,
2 car gar, $1200mo.
W'side new 4/3 avail.
Sep. 1st. & new 3/2
avail now 904-591-3282
MANDARIN -2/2. 14x70,
new kitch, carpet,paint
NW JAX CLEAN 2 & 3BR, AC
No pets, Priv Lot, Unfurn.
$140- $155lwk CALL 764-0640
W'SIDE DW's 3br & 4br
o:,n pr., i.:,t quEl[ area
-'B i ,S5 u -'0 1 t.190r
All. Blvd Keman. Snare
-I 2 r...r, L S. util
.r..: We,, g are3 N ,
:.rld.] jiIK 904838 8054
Fleming Island female
3/2 $75wk. 529-8964
Mandarin share home
$125wk + 1/2 utils+dep,
Mand furn rm, N/S, util
incl'd. $500 mo+ dep,
Mand-Prof. 2 share nice
$475mo +1/2 until. 886-3209
Middleburg Fully furn
rm.pool, must like ani-
mals, base personnel
NEPT BCH- pool, cable,
util. $400 dep. 249-2552
Looking for Quiet
Roommate to Share
Home with Pool!
CALL (904) 242-0411
Normandy/I 10, share 4/2
pvt rm, 1/2 utils. $450
Util. laundry. Dunn/Lem
N'side wanted to share 4
BR house, all utils incid
$500 a month. 233-3557
1 Roommate to
share 3/2 house,
cul-de-sac, Sep 1st
$450m util include call
Nhan (904)631- 5664
4, Orange Park Share
S Large 2-story
I home with pool-
$325 + util + dep
(non-smoking), also share
4-acre horse ranch in
Middleburg (same price)
SRoom for Rent Male
near NAS JAX $400.00
3br/2ba, Carport, 5
I car driveway, close
proximity to NAS
Mayport and JU. $410+
Contact Robert Meggs
S'side share home w/ 2
dedicated college stu-
dents, non smkr only
$320mo+ dep. 502-6352
WESTSIDE LG room for
rent, utils incI, $450mo .
Non smoker. 778-2521
W'Side- $300 +
1/2 utilities, pets ok!
WSIDE M to share M, 2br
hi spd int., cbl, AC, pool,
ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
low daily/wkly rates
10% off for wkly room
KINGS INN 725-3343
Wanted near NAS
450.00 per month call
Nside $80 & $85wk
access to kitchen &
bathrm, near bus, gro-
cery store wkly &
Estate Home on Lake
4/2.5 731-3837 See at:
442 Beach Home
JAX BEACH-2/1. Fen Yrd.
Walk to Beach. $975 Mth.
Industrial for Sale
Industrial for Rent
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
515 Retail/Office Space
OFF CESERY 5000sf Bldg.
Tall Bay door. $285k
507 F or Sale
FRANCHISE SUB SHOP
brand new, exc prime +
Ic. $295K 728-4680
.52 For Rent
clean lit shell avail. In
new strip ctr. across
fm. Lowest busy high
traffic loc. RMW Prop-
ertles Bob Worgan
Wells Road Retail Center
1330:i 6550s, ava p,
C.-.mm' rC.31 PrO-rr rT,.
One Inc.Ranay Bancrorn
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
570 Mortgages Bought
1-MAN POOL SERVICE
Growing home based
beaches area. Nets
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Call David Forrest
FNBC (904) 733-2115
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4729 US Hwy 17S
Orange Park, FL 32003 0 -
F 1:RA TE
3/2 1800SF $1095
3/2 1600SF $995
Fenced Yard! '
8102 Timber Point
8121 Leafcrest Dr
4/2 1745sf $1095
9367 Prosperity Lk Dr
3/2 1721sf $1095
3/2 1114sf $900
523 Kevin Drive
3/2 1800SF $1050
3/2 1350SF $875
1969 Swallow Run
3/2 1219SF $900
9472 Prosperity Lk Dr 1277 McGirts Creek
3/2 1447sf $975 4/2 1741sf $1195
5387 Cumberland Forest
4/2 1900sf $1150
2/2.5 1800sf $950
4/2 2085sf $1225
6051 Maggie Circle #101
3/2 1157sf $875
3/2 1186SF $895
313 Fort Milton
3/2 1800SF $1025
11313 Panther Creek
3/3 1600sf $1130
1/2 off 1st full mo rent
11621 Deep Springs 9263 Whisper Glen
4/2 1745sf $1125 4/2 1450sf $1025
3694 Silver Bluff
4/2 1519sf $1150
2998 Piedmont Manor
3/2 1612sf $1125
1827 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350SF $800
WORLD GOLF VILLAGE
609 Longcrest Lane 758 Mackenzie Circle
4/2 1687sf $1195 4/2 1745sf $1285
2810 Mooresfield Ln 86916 Cartesian Pt
4/2 1676sf $1130 3/2 1422sf $1095
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o Conveniently located
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near 1-295 and only 5 to Natures Hideaway on the left.
miles from NAS
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FOR FLATBED TRUCK
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Great benefit pack-
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10439 Alta Drive
DRIVER- local delivery,
class D lic required,
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DRIVER- local delivery,
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(CDL and NON CDL)
Sofa Express is a regional home furnishings
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We are looking for Delivery Drivers and Helpers
can help us grow. We offer excellent pay and
benefits. We are looking for associates who:
Are passionate about customer service
Are willing to work one weekend day and
MHave one-year, verifiable straight truck exp.
Have a clean driving record
8Have strong communication skills
Have in-home delivery exp
8Have a great work ethic
8Are at least 21 yrs old
Come join our winning team!
Apply in person to:
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8151 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville
Fax resume to (904) 899-1612 or email resume to:
Pre-employment drug screening is conducted.
707 Driver 710 Industria
Business is Booming!
CCC is one of the most
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Our drivers are ben-
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that want to be home
daily. Full benefits.
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, F t. 2209
CCC .5 n EOEG Drug Free
Night Tractor Trailer
Must n ,- X endorse
meant w/ A years exp.
Friendly Staff Many
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Full Benefits, Money to
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14 Class A drivers
Call GPC driving
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and be working in
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Must have a Clean
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CDL with DOT card. ,
vacation pd holidays,
401K, health and
10439 Alta Drive
w/ warehouse duties.
Entry level, $8hr. Apply
in person at The Parts
Fortune Parkway, Bldg
400 Drug Free wkplc
710 i Trades
AUTO BODY TECH very
busy shop, best com-
mission in town, full
benefits. Call Andy
Auto Glass Installers
Lee & Cates Glass is
looking for exp install-
ers who wish to work
for the leader in our
industry. Low turnover,
exc benefits. Send
resume to HR e
904-355-0131 or cali
Bob @ 904-354-4643.
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1st class only, plenty of
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W'side, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
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holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693-7838
CARPENTER HELPERS F/T
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Co. vehicle MUST HAVE
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Pay, Bnfts. 993-7687
INSTALLER, hrly posi-
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CREW FOREMAN &
Needed ior Pre-Engi'
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Company Must be
with good communi-
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skills, and have at least
3 -5 years experience.
Please fax resumes to
744-9645 or call
Will train. Must have
wont trans & valid DL.
Call Jan 553-5857
Drywall/ Metal Stud
for interior general
contractor. Bnfts & op-
portunities Ph. 268-1008
or fax resume 268- 8995
DRYWALL FRAMERS, HANG-
ERS & FINISHERS Com-
mercial, by the hr. 757-7333
pay, health benefits
ELECTRICIAN- min 4 yrs
service exp 100% pd
health, dental, take
home vehicle, 401k, pd
vac & holidays. Top pay
DFWP/EOE 620- 0081
Now hiring Electricians,
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work. EOE Call Greg
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Applications taken in
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JOURNEYMEN & HELPERS
Comm/ resid min. 2yrs
Exp req. Exc benefit Ikg
incl. retirement, paid
holidays & vacations
8751 Atlantic Blvd.
Loader operator for
mental, pd holidays.
pd Vac, 401K EOE
DFWP Apply at:
10439 Alta Drive
Exp'd shelving & mir-
rors, benefits. Call
earn up to $750/wk,
Valid FL Drivers Lic a
must. Will train. Sign
on bonus / exp only.
PAINTERS- exp needed.
tools & transp a must.
call Jim 904-607-2933
PAINTERS exp tools a
&trans a must Call Jeff
at 786-4219 or 237-3772
Home repair skills a
must. Call838-3827 or
PARTS PERSON -Needed
for AC & Appliance co.
Computer exp pref, but
will train. Call Ed or
PLUMBERS Exp'd Jour-
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Plumbers min. 8 yrs
PLUMBER HELPERS expd
Min 3 yrs exp. 1855
Cassat Ave#11 389 6609
for custom homes.
Top pay bnfts. DFWP
Call 904- 387- 0176
REPIPE PLUMBER &
HELPERS needed. Valid
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required, good benefits,
DFWP. 384 4749
ROOFERS & ROOFER
HELPERS needed great
~ ay 626-6920 or
Good pay, Own trans-
portation. Call 288- 0431
for Interior Contractor
Long Term, bnfts. Ph:
268-1008 Fax: 268-8995
For printer. Knowledge
of In Design, Photo-
shop & Illustrator. Exp
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benefits. Fax resume to
731-5631 or e-mail
VINYL SOFFIT & FASCIA
WATER MGMT TECH
To inspect, service &
maintain. F/T Exp
prefed, will train paid
vac, benefits co. truck,
clean FL driv lic.
DFWP Call 731-3144
$18.50/Hr. & benefits.
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Large Nationwide com-
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their Jax FL locations.
Pay up to $18/hr with
ASA heavy truck cer-
starting pay w/ ben-
MECHANIC Heavy duty
truck, diesel & trailer $1000
week. Bnfts. 813- 267-0023
Corporation, due to
enlarging our fleet, we
have immediate open-
ings in the mainte-
nance department for
Diesel Mechanics and
Trailer Mechanics. Full
benefits and competi-
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Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32209
EOE. Drug Free Work
LEGAL SECTY/ASST For-
Mandarin law office.
Strong transactional or
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oriented, organized &
have exc WP 6/7/8 &
Word skills. Competi-
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Fax resume to Wycke
Litigation legal secre-
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Fax resume to
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the right person to
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ments and Medicaid
will possess excellent
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experience in the
industry is a plus, but
not required. We offer
a full benefit package
and competitive wage
based on relevant
Candidates may fax
resumes to (904)
448-9253 RE: Admis-
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at: 9355 San Jose Blvd.
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leader in the marina
seeks a bright &
Manager for our Jax
office. Req AA Degree
or equivalent from 2-yr
college or tech school &
1 year related experi-
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to multi-task. Must be
Dependability for work
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9850 A antic Blvd 725-0911
Green Cove Springs 2644502
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6400 Blandng Blid 777-5550
CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 SoulhtiSe Blvd 642' 5111
7999 Blan ding Blvd 7-77'8,00
283 San Marco Sl Aug 354-205;
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10880 Philips HAy 2610-777
8281 Menmll Rd 721-1880
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1166 Blanding Blvd 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Pilips H*y 398-3036
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711 Be3cr, Blvd 249-8282
S1550 C3aSs3t Ave 387-4IJ41
2330 US1 Souh 354-4421
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10720 Phlps Hlp 90 m 2y 2-3:25
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
9650 Atlanlic Blvd 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd 777.3673
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantlic Blvd 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
11003 Allaniic Blvd 565-8800
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 US HyV1 S 1-810-456-1iE.89
1325 Cassat Ave 89'9-1900
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blandng Blvd 269-2277
4660 Soultside Blvd 642-6060
6400 Blanding Blvd 777.5550
10980 Ailantic Blvd 642-0200
4620 Soutnsde BIvl .642.-4100
7447 Bandi.ng Blvd -TT il
TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Allantic Blvo 725/iJ911
6916 Blanding Blvd 77'. MO
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd 724-1080
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9875 Alarntic Blvd 72.-0911
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10585 Atlantc Blvd 565-2489
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blarndng Blvd 779-8100I
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10859 Pvlps Hway 880-31[00
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1810 Cassat Ave 389-3621
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10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
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6501 'ourigermar, Circle 771-9100
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1310 C3ssal Ave 389-4.61
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1481 Wells Road 469-2603
2525 Pnilips Hay 9&-486
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9850 AuanBc BIva 725-0911
522. Philps Hay 396-.486
10231 Allantic Blvd 722-1694
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6833 Bfeacn Blvd 724-3511
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10211 AIlantic Blvd 724-1080
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1577 Wells Road OP 269-500,2
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17336 Cassa Ave 3877,'92 ATLANTIC JEEP Green Cove Spnngs 2614502 1515 Wells Rd 269100
GARBER CHRYSLER 2330US South 354-4421 Tom Bush Autoplex
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195 E, 129, Fern Bcnh FRANK GRIFFIN .O3ffE-. SUPERCENTER
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1515 Wells R 269-1033V.P. AUTO SALES
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2000 FLST Fatboy classic custom Loaded, Very clean, 6cy 40th Aniv. 5spd, all pIwr, St#F642 $13,988 Metallic grey,
2003 TX Super I only 2361 miles. paint lots of Engine $26,788 371-4728 19kmi, $18,500. 8132884 TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 371487l AM/F CD caspd St#2649B $8,988 St#2285A$13,588
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Rentals 912-266-269 2200mi13,500 Cadillac Deville '93-new orlg. FL tag. A/C-AT, (912)882-2872 ask for Mark AVALACHE'041
I=AMari n1qim66se 6902WatCa c De hee HONDA ACCENT GS '02 cover & manuals, or Jennifer CHEVY AVALANCHE '04 717-448-0915
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1230RVs and Supplies 4Bench eat from CADILLAC SEDAN DEV- HONDA ACCORD'91 MERCEDES BENZE TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 CHEVY MALIBU 04A
1235 RV Rentals Mceespeakers ROAD KING CLASSIC'03 Polce In1$9501Nch L fo A4- ExE long-term St#F554 $10,788
L300 motorcycles/Mini $150.00 call912-26i6-26 8,800 Miles. Custom 1995 Dodge Caravan. ILLE '92 114K mi new PoliceoIno- $950TMListings'31 870M BUSH AUTOPLEX 371,4877
wheels, new tires and Gray,vinyl& paint 8/05800748116x7327 car, 35mi. to the Toyota Camry '94 TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877
1305AutoBrokers 23A RV's& a stage One kit. Lots cloth.Excellent cond. 04. $3600. 645-0759 HONDA ACCORD EX 03 y e o ori windows uto$2700 CHEVY SSR 03
1LVAurto Brokers fHONDAeACCORD '03rW 0 windows $uto 52l00 CHEVY SSR '03
Auto arte 3 Sulies of chrome $18,000. $45 Call 268-2482 CADILLAC STS Gold Edt. St#F660 $17,888 inter./exter, PD, PL, P, 742-7066 St#F637 $30,588 Mitsubishi 3000GT
AuRent/Lease 237 1030. Ask for Joe e elnew215/75/ 99Mintcond.Hwymi, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Sunroof, very eco TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.48777 o nd
12Ant2i0uesC i Ca p sle/2'0AN R1 with Chevy $10,500. 376-5468/733-5344 nomical car, radio, Toyota Cnamry I 94 p,
1320 Antiques /Cceolassics OACHMEN -TE AstrolAlum Rm HONDA ACCORD LX'04 AM/FM Cassette. cleapwrlos, DODGE DAKOTA-'02, 91257922or
1325 Automobiles Tcamper sleeps 4 HD199S5PORISTER $49. Mustsel call Chevy Lumina 98' St#F661 $19,588 $2000obo.256-1200 win 42 uto SLT, club cab white 8436930199
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1350Misc. Auto AIRSTREAMl'TRAIL -66 Chrsler LaBaron 79 cond. $4500. 2468144 742- 2066 St#1691A $13,988
135MiSC.AutO S k Q4MANORTRE TRAIL ChryslerLaBaron 79 MERCURY GR MARQU 02 DODGE DURANGO '03 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371 4877
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES N msHD 883R '02 3400 3.2CL'3 2dr.pwpsac,6cyl.61k 4 HONDA Civic '94 St#2392A $10,988 Toyota Camry LE '99- St#F501A $15,288
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J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales Joe 904-982-1724 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 CHRYSLER LXI MINIVAN '96 obo. 912 6 Loaded5500. 349681905ota runner
Alachua (386) 462-3039V6/ 3.8 EngIne, Regular Gas, MERCURY GR MARQU '00 DODGE RAM 1500 '05 Toyt -uNner
1205 Boats 1 039 H D DUCE'O1 6K mi,fully ACURAINTERA- HONDA CIVI HYB 03 T 0A 8 T YOAOROL TO2S2do
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phnson fully Mint cond. adult owned gained 912 576-5104 L n very clean 98Krun iAT. new, tires, PreTrunnerdouble TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877
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fish. Extras. Must sel. mCal 3e 359-5519 ACURATL 04 CALL 950 must sell call ask ig $2950 extangtufftonno FORD EXPEDITION'00 Toyot4-Runner4WD
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drive-on l g on ao St#3758A $23,788 a e 79O tank over include ming belt., trans CABRIOLE 89 V Triton extended 2
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(904) 625-5675KenUDI A4 '04 St#F416 18988 offer (904) 270-6106 Steve black/silver garage kept,
904 26 Ka i Nina 03 St#59A $25.388 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 St#F247 $24,988New Beete 9Exc r o ad
,18T QuantumE1997Z- 1, TMBOiOC 31T7Ro7, 491-7996 St#F680 $16,288
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n o 7 9e Vst a 152 K mi 3.1L black 46K mi, priv org. owner. 0TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371
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orUZUKI T380'72 $32,988371-4728 $3,000 obo T. $15,900. T23km. 813-2884
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904-710-528/38 P $500/80 374-1372 Low miles, Sport Pkg. St#BUC1298B $3988 St#F291 $11988 2000 72K mi, $8000. 264-7698re
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trIr gps.fish finder. $3500272 6961 $47,988 371-4728 Asking $27k. 576-5495 912-496-4602 warranty to100,000 miles.
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A weekly look at the automotive market
The redesigned 2005 Jetta:
By Dan Scanlan
he ad copy for the
Volkswagen Jetta says it's
"all grown up sort of."
Well, VW's compact sedan cer-
tainly has grown up, now 7 inches
longer, with a 2.6-inch longer
wheelbase and a roofline .4 inch-
es taller than before, along with a
35-horsepower boost in base
But is it still the fun-yet-practi-
cal alternative to the hatchback
With a Jetta 1.8 Turbo on my
wife's side of the garage since
2000, I had a good basis to com-
pare the latest "Golf hatchback
with a trunk," as Volkswagen
reaches ever higher in its attempt
to lure in high-end customers
with home runs like the Touareg
SUV and bunts like the luxuri-
ous-but- poor-selling Phaeton
First impressions were pretty
Side-by-side with the missus'
silver sedan, the new Jetta does
look grown up, the immediate
first impression how classy VW's
first stateside use of its new cor-
porate nose looks. The rounded
grille shape of the last-generation
car is there, albeit with a bigger
chrome VW emblem. Instead of
body color, the grille slats are a
classy chrome as well. But like a
variation of the more vertical
Audi (part of the VW family, too)
grille, the Jetta's heads south,
first getting a wide chrome bar
that curves off the grille's trim,
then a wide center lower air
intake to carry the theme to the
front air dam. Side intakes look
aggressively bigger as well, while
the innocently squared head-
lights of the last generation get a
dramatic flare that carries into
the sculpted hood and more
angled front fenders.
A character line runs off the
headlights and down the beltline
to break up the smooth shape,
while the A-pillar looks more
swept back, the side windows
framed in more chrome, but get-
ting a gloss black B-pillar. The
new Jetta gets a bit more generic
after of the doors except for tail-
lights with scalloped round bot-
toms, while a rear three-quarter
view looks a tad like the current
Toyota Corolla's rump no kid-
ding. Our Jetta 2.5 rode on very
nice split five-spoke alloys wear-
ing Michelin P205/55R16-inch
radials, while the dual tailpipe of
my wife's car was there, a bit big-
Built at Volkswagen's new pro-
duction facility in Puebla, Mexico,
the car's fit and finish was very
good, the laser-Welded seams pre-
cise and panel fit and paint very
good. The added wheelbase shows
up most inside, where the driver
and front passenger have more
elbow room than in my wife's
last-gen Jetta. The first thing I
noticed after the added elbow
room was the gray-on-gray color
scheme only leavened a touch by
the alloy strip across the middle
a bit bland. The second thing I
noticed was the fuzzy fabric on
my wife's Jetta was gone, along
with its magnetic dust-gathering
ability. In its place was
leatherette yes, good old vinyl
with a perforated leather look
and decent feel, with standard
seat heaters up front and power
seat recline for the driver.
Once seated, the redesigned
dash was easy to take in. Padded
low-gloss grained vinyl on the
deeper dash top made a good
quality impression, as did the
160-mph speedometer, 8,000-rpm
tach, plus gas and temperature
gauge under the small rounded
The dash center is bigger and
The totally new 2005 Volkswagen Jetta 2.5 shows off its new corporate grille and longer shape'next to a last-generation Jetta.
2005 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 2.5
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Dan Scanian special
A larger interior with a gray-on-gray color scheme and a high level of
standard equipment marks the redesigned VW jetta's interior.
blockier, placing all of the simple
black buttons and knobs in easy
reach. Yes, this, too, is a bland
design only lightened by the
pewter plastic trim and white
accents on some buttons. But
every knob and button is driver-
intuitive and easy to grab, mean-
ing adjusting the good AM-FM-
six disc CD stereo, dual-zone a/c
or seat heaters was a quick reach
away. The center console gets
Audi TT-like grab handles around
the optional six-speed Tiptronic
automatic transmission, framing
a deep storage nook, while'two
usable cup holders and a 12-volt
outlet occupy the area aft of the
The standard touches in the car
shine, like the dial-a-position sun-
roof, traction and electronic stabi-
lization controls, dual-zone a/c,
heated seats, power
defrost, cruise control, trip com-
puter, remote keyless locking,
auto-dim rear-view mirror, red
LED spotlight on the center con-
sole, side mirrors with puddle
lights and repeater turn signals
so folks next to you can see what
you are doing, and in-dash six-
disc CD. And unlike some of the
flimsy-feeling structures in my
wife's Jetta, the 2005 model's but-
tons and switches (especially the
relocated power mirror knob,
which fell off her car) felt very
The added wheelbase really
More distinctive taillights and a bit
more design tension mark the 2005
Jetta tail from the last-generation
shone in back. Our 10-year-old
son spends afternoons in his
mother's Jetta, and his knees are
always in contact with the seat
back in front. This time, our mini-
tester son said there was "much
more room than in the previous
Jetta, with the seat all the way
back," and he was happy with the
fold-down center arm rest, its
slide-out cup holders, and the
twin air vents. Even two tall
adults like me fit back there, with
decent leg and head room, while
split folding rear seats open to a
bigger trunk, aided by a fold-flat
front passenger seat for long
Vehicle type 4-door, front-wheel-drive compact sedan
Base price $20,390 (As driven $24,040)
Engine type in-line DOHC, 20-valve 5-cylinder gas engine
Horsepower (net) 150 hp at 5,000 rpm
Torque (Ib-ft) 170 at 3,750 rpm
Transmission six-speed Tiptronic automatic
Wheelbase 101.5 in.
Overall length 179.3 in.
Overall width 69.3 in.
Height 57.5 in.
Front headroom 38.5 in.
Front legroom 41.2 in.
Rear headroom37.2 in.
Rear legroom 35.4 in.
Cargo capacity 6 cubic feet
Curb weight 3,285 pounds
Fuel capacity 14.5 gallons
Mileage rating 19 mpg city/26 mpg highway
Last Word It has grown up, but too much?
stuff. Options were limited to a $1,960
Under the hood, a more power- package with 16-inch alloy
ful 2.5-liter base engine gets five- wheels, sunroof and premium
cylinders and 150 hp vs. a four- sound system, plus $1,075 for a
cylinder, 2.0-liter, 115-hp engine six-speed Tiptronic automatic.
in the previous model. Our 4,100- The manufacturer's suggested
mile-old model had the optional retail price with destination fee
six-speed automatic transmission was $24,040.
with Tiptronic manual shifting, Bottom line the Jetta has
including a special "sport" mode been around since 1980, and
selection. Set in "Sport," we got a always been a bit more practical,
bit of wheel spin on launch, if less exciting model than the
thanks to short gearing. The hot-hatch Golf. In its attempt to
transmission shifted smoothly en grow up, it has added much-
route to an average 0-60-mph appreciated length and room
time of 8.5 seconds. The engine inside, along with upgraded inte-
gets abit b uzzy when pushed, rior fittings. My wife liked the
and had to work a bit to pass. new shape inside and out, espe-
Fuel mileage was about 20 mpg, cially the added room, and
despite EPA estimates or 22 thought it was quieter than her
city/30 highway, but it can run on current Jetta. But the added size
cheaper 87-octane fuel. seems to have blunted some of
The ride was comfortable and the extra performance of the new
nicely controlled, a bit soft at the engine, while the new Jetta does-
edges, not mushy, using the n't feel as agile as my wife's
model's first fully independent model. And this car is bigger than
suspension system with multi- a compact sedan, so what might
link rear. Add that to a stiffer replace it at the bottom of the VW
body shell, and the new Jetta felt line for folks looking for a $15,000
body shell, and the new Jetta felt ,000 cr
solid. $20,000 car?
Base price is $20,390, including Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehi-
cles on Northeast Florida's roads,
standard 150-hp engine, averaging about 200 miles of corn-
Electronic Stability Program, bined highway and city traffic during
ABS, 16-inch tires, front and side a weeklong test. The test vehicles are
and head air bags, height- provided by the manufacturer accord-
adjustable shoulder belts, dual- ing to their schedule, and represent a
zone climate control, auto-dim broad spectrum of sizes and prices.
rear-view mirror, power reclining The prices listed are manufacturer's
r suggested retail prices. A longer ver-
front seats, split folding rear eats, sion of this review and past reviews
remote locking, in-dash six-disc can be seen onjacksonville.com's
CD/MP3 stereo and alarm. "Autos"link.
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