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Creation Date: September 22, 2005
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'Pelican' Support
VP-45 Flies In Afghanistan
Page 4


Cycle To The Shore
Team Navy jax Participates In MS 150
Pages 8-9


Financial Help
Assistance For Hurricane Victims
Page 16


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


-A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER






NAS Jacksonville observes POW/MIA Day


By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
N AS Jacksonville held a POW/MIA
Recognition Observance Sept. 16.
The event, which took place at the
All Saints Chapel, honored all Americans
who are former POWs, as well as those
who are still missing in action.
The solemn ceremony began at 10 a.m.
with the playing of the National Anthem.
Retired Navy Chief Ordnanceman Carl
"Ed" Creamer and his' two sons, both
retired chiefs, recited the POW Pledge of
Allegiance. Creamer, one of three survivors
from the crew of nine, became a prisoner of
war after his PBY was shot down over the
Bering Sea during World War II.
He survived seven different Japanese
POW camps and retired from the Navy in
1960.
After the Pledge of Allegiance, NAS
Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson addressed the participants
and thanked the POWs for their service.
"Each year since 1979, the third Friday in
September, people from across this great
country of ours have gathered at cere-
monies such as this to observe a national
day of recognition to honor our POWs and
MIAs," Dobson said.
"This year, we also observe the 60th
anniversary of the end of WWII and the
liberation of our WWII POWs, some of
whom are here today, including our guest
speaker, retired Air Force Maj. Ed Horn,"
he continued. "As a nation, we stand firm
in our commitment. Our voices are as one.
Our message strong and clear, as we say to
those who have not returned home: you
are not forgotten."
Following his remarks, Dobson then intro-


Former U. S. Air Force POW Ed Horn deliv-
ers a moving account of his experience in a
German POW camp during WWII.
duced Jackie Smith, district director for
Congressman Ander Crenshaw (R-Fla.) who
delivered words of praise for the former
POWs and MIAs. Daniel McCarthy, the
director of military affairs for the City of
Jacksonville was next at the podium.
McCarthy praised the sacrifices made by all
POWs and those that are still missing in
action today. He reminded all present of the
tremendous contributions that service mem-
bers have made to the city over the years.
"Today is not a national holiday, however, it
should be," McCarthy stated. "Maybe we will
see it become one in our lifetime."
McCarthy also praised the job of Orange
Park resident Mary Hoff, the creator of the
POW/MIA flag, who was in attendance at
the ceremony. "Other than the American
flag,.no other flag is more recognizable


Photos by PH3 David Didier
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson talks with John Rosa (left) and Jim Dalrell,
two former POW's in attendance at the POW/ MIA Observance at NAS Jacksonville Sept. 16.


than the POW flag thank you Mary." he
added. "We are a nation at war and the
POW/MIA flag needs to fly for those who
have served and are serving."
After McCarthy's remarks, Dobson intro-
duced the keynote speaker. "As a WWII
veteran, a former prisoner of war, during
what is essentially three careers (the mili-
tary, civil service and in industry; as a hus-
band, a father and a citizen, Ed Horn epit-
omizes Tom Brokaw's label as a member of
"The Greatest Generation," Dobson said.
Horn, who's B-26 was shot down over
France in May 1944 was captured by the


Nazis and spent 11 months in four differ-
ent POW camps, including Stalag Luft III,
the setting for the movie, "The Great
Escape."
During his speech, Horn recounted what
it was like for him to be a prisoner of war
and be liberated by Gen. George S. Patton's
14th Armored Division of the Third Army
in April 1945.
"Those of us that were prisoner in
Europe faired better than those held in
Japanese camps," said Horn. "I don't wor-

See POW/MIA, Page 14


VR-58 offers hurricane aid


Photos by 101 Mike England
(From left) Navy Band Southeast Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Keypersons MU2 Chris
Ferris and MU2 Chris Mundo take a look at the USO's display at the CFC kick-off ceremony at
the NAS Jax Officers' Club Sept. 14.



CFC drive kicks off


Photos courtesy of VR-58
Members of the VR-58 "Sunseekers" load up a C-40 Clipper with donated items for
Hurricane Katrina victims. The squadron has transported 18,000-pounds of relief items.


NAS Jax goal:

$629,597
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
he 2005 Combined
Federal Campaign
(CFC) is currently
underway for NAS Jackson-
ville and all its tenant com-
mands and departments.
The campaign officially
kicked off Sept. 14 and runs
through Dec. 15. It is held
each year to help residents
of Northeast Florida and
Southeast Georgia, our
nation and people in need


around the world. Last
year, hundreds of local
agencies benefited from the
drive, enabling them to pro-
vide critical services within
the community.
Each agency that quali-
fies for CFC must meet
strict eligibility standards.
Those who donate to these
agencies may direct their
contribution to one or more
of the eligible national or
international charities or
any of the local agencies
within our community. The
choice is up to the partici-
pant.


See CFC, Page 14


0


NAS Jacksonville Command-
ing Officer Capt. Chip Dob-
son gives the opening re-
marks during the Combined
Federal Campaign kick-off
ceremony Sept. 14.


(From left) AMI(AW) Alan Davis, AM3 Barry Napps, SK3 Isidoro Ramirez and AM2
Dan Skurnick prepare to load water in the early hours of Hurricane Katrina.


Donations still being accepted eliminated the requirement to maintain an officer photograph in the officer military personnel file. BuPerslnst
fT 0 U H IN 1070.27a and OpNavlnst 5290.1a will also be revised to reflect the policy change.
T U IN G The base chapel is still collecting items for Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Food items, water, diapers and gift According to the message, Navy officials determined that the requirement to maintain an official photo-
cards are accepted. Clothing items are no longer needed. Please drop items off at the Chapel Center or call graph in the officer military personnel file is no longer necessary, as adherence to physical standards is com-
B A S E 542-3051 for more information, mented upon fitness reports and technology permits rapid transmission of officer photographs when needed.
The message also stated that the elimination of the requirement to maintain a photograph in the official
Officers no longer required to maintain official photos service record would help streamline and modernize record management. Requirements for photographs of
According to a naval message released by the Chief of Naval Operations, Milpersman Article 1070-180 has specific programs will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
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2 laxir MlNeS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 22, 2005


SROM THE FLEET


Volunteering: It's time to make your mark!


By FLTCM(SS/SW) R. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
In the wake of any disas-
ter, the news media
often showcases stories
of the dedicated volunteers
who tirelessly give their
support to relief efforts, and
Ive been reading, with great
interest, the stories of those
volunteers who are current-
ly working to help residents
in the South affected by
Hurricane Katrina.
Between our fellow
Americans who are prepar-
ing and distributing food,
donating their medical
training and experience,
helping families reconnect,
preparing to rebuild the
areas and donating money
to help many charitable
organizations with their aid
efforts, I've been incredibly
moved by the outpouring of
support from our citizens
and, in particular, our mili-
tary.
Even those who may be
criticizing the organization
and timeliness of some
aspects of the relief are still
willing and wanting to help,
because many of us have it
in our nature to help when
the need is present.
Like many Sailors, I have
been involved with volun-
teer work throughout my
career, giving my time and
money during many of the
opportunities that come
around, like doing mainte-
nance work at orphanages
.


FLTCM(SS/SW)
or donating to the
Federal Campa
when I ask the o
are volunteering
chose to do it, the
almost always t
They say it is the
ifying experience
ever had.
I agree.
I can't just hig]
volunteer opp
Every day I eith
read about Sailoi
family members s
making a different
unteering. It co
amazes me with
going on in our g
our Sailors are st
to "make their ma
community.
I went through
Hugo in Charlesto
ing the military
and assist with th
efforts moved mi
stuck with me e
But I do know tha
nately, someti:


moments we want to help
niost are.often the times
when we feel helpless and
don't have an opportunity
we can simply sign up for
with our command.
In the devastation cur-
rently being experienced in
the South, we may want to
go donate our expertise and
experience or even to hand
out water and food in the
shelters, but there are many
things that prevent our
doing just that.
R. West Because we may not be
Combined able to help the way we
ign. And desire, it doesn't mean we
others who can't help at all. I know
why they many people have been
answer is donating money to the hur-
the same. ricane relief efforts, and Ive
most grat- even seen some of my
they have Sailors on staff organizing
food, clothing and toy drives
and passing around word
light one about helping the Humane
>ortunity. Society rescue lost pets.
ier see or I know that while many
rs or their people are feeling upset by
somewhere the circumstances Hur-
ice by vol- ricane Katrina left us with,
intinually many are better today
so much because we as a Navy
great Navy, stepped up and volunteered.
epping up As a species, we intrinsi-
ark" in the cally feel happiness when
we've helped someone. So
Hurricane imagine feeling that con-
in and see- tentment, instead of once or
mobilize twice a year after a disaster
ie recovery hits but feeling that weekly.
e and has And that's possible by tak-
ver since. ing the initiative to get
it, unfortu- involved in our communities
mes the in ways that go beyond


reacting to a crisis.
The Combined Federal
Campaign (CFC) began
Sept. 19. This is one of sev-
eral annual opportunities to
give money to a charity
whose mission you believe
in, which is one of the easi-
est ways to help out our
society.
You have the option of
researching many charities
and seeing how much
money you give actually
goes to their cause, how
they use the funds, and who
benefits. While not everyone
is required to donate, we are
all required to be contacted
by a CFC representative.
When you are contacted,
you will be given a booklet
that lists all of the possible
charities the government
screens and finds eligible to
participate. And even if you
don't chose to donate money,
I do encourage every one of
you to look through that
booklet and find some chari-
ty that you are interested
in.
There are other ways to
help other than writing a
check. You can volunteer
your time or services to one
of these groups. The reward
you will receive for the help
you are giving to your com-
munity is unbelievably
worth the few hours a week
it takes to volunteer for an
organization.
You will see how a few


See VOLUNTEERING, Page 3


ON THE HOMEFRONT


When the husband is away, the cat will.


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Alone again. Dustin left on
Monday to do who-knows-what
at who-knows-where with the
Navy. The fact that Im not sure where
Dustin is or what he's doing has left
my mother aghast. ("You mean you
don't keep up with Dustin's work?")
But mom shouldn't be surprised; she's
a Navy wife herself. Then again, dad
hasn't deployed in eons. Funny how
quickly one forgets the "routine."
Dustin hasn't deployed in several
years either, so I can't remember what
to do without him here. But I'm also
surprised to remember how quiet a
house can be. And how lonesome it can
feel.
Dustin's first deployment was before
Owen was born and before Ford devel-
oped "20,000 units of energy" (his
words, not mine). What I remember
most from that time was how much I
missed interacting with other people.
There were long stretches of days
when I could swear I hadn't spoken to
another adult.
For Dustin's second deployment,
newborn Owen kept me busy and Ford
was getting started on those units of
energy, so my daytime hours were
full....and loud. I hardly even noticed
Dustin's absence. But the nights were
silent. And that's when I'd grab the
phone or turn on the television, trying


to feel connected to outside world.
For this current separation, thank-
fully my two rambunctious toddlers
keep me answering "Why?" all day
long, so that I feel like I've been talk-
ing until I can't talk anymore. Yet,
still, when the kids are away at school,
gone to sleep, or otherwise ignoring
mom, the house grows still and I am
reaquainted with that old feeling of
being restless. And alone.
So I pick up the phone and call
someone-anyone-to fill the void.
Except it's difficult finding new rea-
sons to call someone without sounding
needy. I mean, after you've called your
mom eight times in one day, can you
really call her again at midnight just
to say, "So, what are you doing?"
And, that's why I spread out my
calls, lest no oie person becomes over-
whelmed or wizens to my desperation.
First I call my agent, Rick, who is
male and therefore mostly disinterest-
ed in idle chit-chat. I make my attempt
anyway, addressing an issue that
might pique his interest:
"Rick, did you know that Love Bugs
actually mate in mid-air?"
"Sarah, we don't have Love Bugs
this far north," he says.
"Really?" I try to keep the doomed
conversation moving forward. "How
interesting! And why do you think that
is?"
Next I call my friend Jen, who hap-
pens to be a doctor.


.. talk on the phone
"Jen, which side is my appendix on?"
"Why?"
"Because my right side feels kinda
tender. I think you should come over
and take a look at it. Oh, and do you
want to stay and have pizza with us,
too?"
When Jen won't bite, I call my friend
Leslie, who is newly pregnant and
surely eager to talk endlessly about
fetal development and the eating
habits of expectant women. But
Leslie's husband is home, and she is
cooking dinner, so she doesn't have
time to talk. Darn those husbands who
are always at home!
After I put the kids to bed, my broth-
er Will calls and I bore him with a
recount of my afternoon, enjoying the
sound of my voice and a person on the
other end going "uh, huh...yes .... uh,
huh."
Then I call Mom--even though I just
talked to her less than two hours
ago-and say, "So, what are you doing
now, mom?" We talk about nothing for
30 minutes.
Finally, at midnight I'm lying in bed
falling asleep when the phone rings. It
is Dustin.
"Hey Sarah. What's up?" he says.
"Oh, I've been on the phone all day,"
I moan. "Can you call me back tomor-
row?"

Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


E sMW- *
PH2(RUW/SW) RNDRER DECRNINI

Job title/command:
NAR/Photo Lab

Hometown: Louisville, Ky.


i Family Life: I'm engaged and have one fat
cat.

Past Duty Stations: NAS Sigonella, Italy,
USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75)

Career Plans: To become a forensic photog-
rapher.

Most Interesting Experience: Visiting all
the different countries that I've been to.

Words of Wisdom: Smile even when you
don't have reason.








CDC Program Supervisor





we have two children. .

Past Duty Stations: NAS Cecil Field

Career Plans: To open my own accredited
public religious school.

Most Intersting Experience: When I
went to Kadena, Japan and was blessed to
become pregnant with my daughter, Dana.

Words of Wisdom: You miss 100 percent
of the shots you never take.


Annual NAS Jax Family.Housng

fire inspections being conducted

From the NAS lax Fire Department
Station fire department personnel are conducting
an annual family housing inspection for resi-
dents living aboard NAS Jax this month. If resi-
dents are not home when NAS Jax Fire Department
representatives stop by, a call back slip will be left on
the door. Residents can call 542-2783/3928 or 542-
2451/2452, Ext. 10 to reschedule the inspection.
Fire Department personnel will be in uniform and
will conduct the inspection only in the presence of an
adult. The inspections are being done to ensure max-
imum safety of all housing residents through normal
good housekeeping practices and to inform residents
of actions to be taken in the event a fire or other
emergency occur in the home. Home smoke and car-
bon monoxide alarms will also be tested to ensure
proper operation.


Hey, MoneyMan!
My wife just got a debit
card and we already have
several credit cards. She
told me that she likes the
debit card better because
the money is deducted
immediately. I like to use
credit cards. Which one is
better?
MoneyMan Sez:
Actually, if out of control
spending is the problem, it
is often better to pay for
items with checks or cash
when you can. That way it
is easy to track and control
your spending. A credit
card is bad because it
allows you to spend money
you do not really have.
A debit card is bad
because it has few, if any,
of the protections offered
by credit card companies.
A debit card looks like a
credit card, but it acts like
a checkbook. When you
use your debit card the
amount is immediately
withdrawn from your
checking account.
Normally, if your credit


card were stolen your max-
imum liability would be no
more than $50.
If your debit card is
stolen and you are not
careful with your pin num-
ber, your checking account
could be emptied. I believe
that the very best way to
make purchases is to use a
credit card and pay the
balance off in full every
month, particularly if you
have a free card that pays
"purchase points."
Using a credit card wise-
ly allows you to float your
purchases for 30 days,
improve your credit histo-
ry, and get "free" air miles
or discount prices. Of
course, this only works if
you do not carry a balance.
Most credit card issuers
are betting you will not
have the discipline to do
this and, in fact, most cred-
it card users carry a bal-
ance. One thing to keep in
mind is that whether you
use cash, debit cards, or
credit cards, you will never
get ahead financially if you


spend more than you make make each month and you


each month.
Net worth goes up when
you spend less than you


invest the difference.
More questions? Call Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0353.


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


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer rapt Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 22, 2005 3


HS-5 assists in Hurricane Katrina relief effort


By Lt. j.g. Anthony Allard
HS-5 PAO
Shortly after Hurri-
cane Katrina devas-
tated the Gulf Coast,
the HS-5 "Nightdippers"
quickly mobilized two air-
craft and 37 personnel to
participate in the massive
relief effort. *
Arrangements were
made to transport person-
nel and relief supplies
from NAS Jacksonville to
NAS Pensacola, Fla. and
later on board USS Harry
S. Truman (CVN-75).
During the first two
weeks of the relief effort,
HS-5 logged more than 73
flight hours and rescued 41
people in distress.
The "Nightdippers"
transported 15 evacuees,
three people needing
urgent medical attention,


and five VIPs. They also
delivered 14,360 pounds of
food and water to the hur-
ricane victims in
Mississippi and New
Orleans.
For HS-5 pilots, the dev-
astation was unlike any-
thing they had ever seen.
The aircrews faced long
days and many dangers
during the relief effort.
Obstacles such as downed
trees, power lines, and
debris made rescues diffi-
cult and hazardous.
"In New Orleans it was
varsity flying," stated HS-5
pilot Lt. Jeremy Levine.
"We may never again see
that many helicopters,
from all five services, in
one relatively small air-
space at one time.
Everyone was 'freelanc-
ing'... moving about the
city just above the


rooftops, trying to get as
many survivors as possible
before dark."
Additionally, HS-5 main-
tainers worked around the


clock to keep the aircraft
ready to fly. Without their
hard work, badly needed
supplies would have been
delayed in reaching hurri-


Photo by PH3 Jay Pugh
cane victims.
The hard work of HS-5's
Sailors made a huge posi-
tive impact on the lives of
many hurricane victims.


A SH-60 Seahawk attached to
the "Nightdippers" of HS-5
approaches the flight deck of
the USS Harry S. Truman
(CVN 75). The Navy's
involvement in the humani-
tarian assistance operation is
being led by the Federal
Emergency Management
Agency, in conjunction with
the Department of Defense.
The crew consisted of: AW3
Stephanie Williams (aircraft
cabin door), AWC Hahns
Bodenbender (crew chief),
Lt. Cmdr. Christopher Scott
(right seat pilot), and Lt.
Jeremy Levine (left seat
pilot).
The Katrina relief effort is
far from over and HS-5
will continue to provide
assistance as long as air-
craft are needed.


FCPOA helps Hurricane Katrina victims


Photos courtesy of the FCPOA
(At left) Members of the NAS jax Combined First Class Petty Officer's Association, SK1 Kim Jefcoat, PN1 K. Yvette
Baker and LN1 M. Troy LeBlanc collect donations for Hurricane Katrina victims in front of the NAS Jax Navy Exchange
Sept. 15. The $334.65 the group collected is being donated to the Harvest Mission Center.
(At right) PR1 Michael Benjamin mans the display set up by the NAS Jax Combined Command First Class Petty Officer
Association to collect donations for Hurricane Katrina victims.


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VOLUNTEERING: Changing

the lives of those in need
From Page 2
hours of your time changes the lives of many people and
that will stay will you your entire life.
There are as many volunteer opportunities as there are
interests. Most organizations are not simply looking for
individuals to answer phones, though those positions are
available. Many are looking for individuals with interests
or talents in a diverse group of areas such as customer
service, deliveries, maintenance, painting, clerical work,
photography, gardening, recycling, handling money, crafts,
education and web sites.
And if you want to take the ultimate initiative, organize
a volunteer effort. Perhaps your area hasn't had a bone
marrow or blood drive recently, or perhaps you know of a
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'Red Lions' send supplies to Gulf Coast


By Lt. j.g. Kathleen Brown
HS-15 PAO
A detachment of "Red Lion"
personnel from HS-15 has
been providing relief to
regions of the Gulf Coast hit
hardest by Hurricane Katrina.
HS-15 flew 128.2 hours in 10
days and was responsible for 72
rescues, 31 evacuations, and
three medevacs. The Red Lions
delivered more than 25,500
pounds of food and water to hur-
ricane victims and supply points.
All personnel involved worked
long hours to complete the mis-
sion. Pilots flew sorties ranging
from six to nine hours in length
and maintenance personnel
worked around the clock to keep
the aircraft in a flying status.
Many maintenance personnel
worked more than 24 hours
straight the day the squadron
arrived in Pensacola, Fla.
The greatest accomplishment
came from being able to help so
many people in such short order.


Helicopters were key in moving
displaced citizens from the New
Orleans' Superdome and
Convention Center to the interna-
tional airport.
Crews were also responsible for
the rescues of hundreds of people
stranded in their flooded city.
The helicopter was an ideal res-
cue platform, as the aircraft was
able to fly low and slow, combing
for survivors. Once crewmembers
had spotted a survivor, they
would land, if able, and bring the
survivors aboard. If unable to
land, a crew chief could send a
rescue swimmer down the rescue
hoist, and that rescue swimmer
could help the survivors into the
aircraft with the use of various
rescue equipment.
Lt. Dan Oakey of HS-15, was an
aircraft commander for Join Task
Force Katrina and recalled some
of the challenges. "When we first
arrived, there were so many other
aircraft helping people in the
vicinity. From the cockpit, I could


look out and easily see a dozen
aircraft in the area. All crew
members were keenly aware of
the increased traffic and worked
to spot traffic so as to avoid a
mid-air collision," said Oakey.
P-3's and E2-C Hawkeye's uti-
lized radar to manage the crowd-
ed airspace over New Orleans
and were responsible for as many
as 60 to 70 helicopters at a time.
The squadron was more than
willing to move out and help as
soon as the storm hit but encoun-
tered challenges early on.
Personnel who were eligible to
participate in the detachment
were told to pack and prepare for
an extended time away in support
of the relief effort.
Once squadron members
received official orders to move to
the Gulf Coast they encountered
their first challenge-packing the
squadron up on a moment's
notice. AMCS Steve Duve
explained, "It's no small task to
pack and move a detachment on


in support of
such short notice. We had 24
hours or less to get everything
together before moving from
Jacksonville to NAS Pensacola
and again from NAS Pensacola to
the Truman. We had less than 12
hours preparation from the
Truman back to NAS Pensacola."
Another challenge the detach-
ment encountered was. providing
plane captains for all the
Seahawks flown in the effort.
ADC David Dunwoody, HS-15's
line chief in charge of the Red
Lion plane captains commented,
"With all the uncertainty sur-
rounding these circumstances,
other communities came without
PC/LSE's. HS personnel were
responsible for catching all the
Navy helicopters that landed,
except for the MH-53's. We start-
ed, launched, landed, and shut-
down helicopters from the HSC,
HSL, and HS communities.
Initially, we'd receive a call from
tower and not even know whose
helo was inbound, but we'd be


JTF Katrina
there."
HS-15 is one of eight
Jacksonville helicopter squadrons
that are serving in support of
Joint Task Force Katrina. The
Red Lions were joined by HS-5,
HS-7, HS-75, HSL-42, HSL-44,
HSL-46, and HSL-48.
AMCS Kevin Holden of HS-7
echoed the sentiment of all HS
personnel involved in the relief
effort with the following com-
ment. "Our biggest accomplish-
ment as a conglomerate of HS
squadrons could be seen from day
one. All four squadrons demon-
strated exceptional interoperabil-
ity from the start. While this
could have been a very big chal-
lenge for us we made it work.
Once we started working togeth-
er, we didn't miss a beat. Things
ran smoothly."
The HS squadrons from NAS
Jacksonville flew 559.9 hours in
two weeks and were responsible
for 478 rescues, 277 evacuations,
and 105 medevacs.


VP-45 'Pelicans' support Operation E
By Lt. j.g. Dennis Smith
m 1 VP-45 PAO


Photo courtesy of VP-45
(Standing, left to right) AW3 Wayde Stevens, Lt. Neil
Hernandez, ATC James Culverhouse, AW2 Carlos Davis, L.
Matt Andersen, Lt. Mags Rosario, AW2 Mario Gomez, AT3
Chad Zillioux, AD1 John Diaz, and ADC James Worth.
(Kneeling left to right) Lt. j.g. T. J. Kubisiak and Lt. Cmdr. Phil
Heberer.


he "Pelicans" of VP-45 had the opportunity to fly
missions over Afghanistan in support of Operation
Enduring Freedom after they arrived in theater
May 26.
"These missions were some of the most meaningful and
rewarding flying I have ever done in a P-3," commented
Aircraft Commander Lt. Magdiel Rosario.
"The combat arrivals and departures are like none
other that I have done before and probably won't ever get
the chance to do again."
The P-3, a land-based, long-range patrol aircraft, pro-
vides multi-mission intelligence, surveillance, reconnais-
sance and combat capability to theater commanders
worldwide. The crew of 11 includes three pilots, two
flight officers, three flight engineers, three sensor opera-
tors and one in-flight technician.
As a single plane detachment, VP-45's Combat Aircrew
Seven spent a month in Afghanistan flying combat mis-
sions. The flying techniques the crew employed maxi-


Fifteen medical per-
sonnel attached to
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville's Fleet Hospital
deployable platform flew
out. from Jacksonville
International Airport Sept.
4 headed for Camp Pendle-
ton, Calif.
After a couple of weeks of
being familiarized with
Military Operations in an
Urban Environment train-
ing and Desert Operations
training they will head on
to six months of duty in
Kuwait.
In the Middle East they
will be relieving a similar
team from Dallas. The field


Photos by HM3 Dulce Perez
(Above) HM3 Robert Miller
embraces his wife as they
face a long six months apart.
(Right) HN Leyla Canales
(left) chats with Naval Hos-
pital Jacksonville Command-
ing Officer Capt. Raquel
Cruz Bono who was at the
airport to'see the Fleet
Hospital team off.
hospital will support
Expeditionary Medical
Forces in the region.


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The aircrew used the P-3's sensors to provide real-time
information to joint combatant commanders on the
ground. This information helped the leaders assess the
battle space and make strategic sometimes life and
death related combat decisions.
For deployed Pelicans, flying a mission in direct support
of coalition troops fighting a war on the ground was a
"huge" endeavor, but they gained personal insight, as well
as job satisfaction.
When they weren't flying missions, Pelicans stationed
in Kandahar, Afghanistan, got to know the troops they
supported on a personal level. These acquaintances gave
them a new perspective on the importance of their mis-
sion.
"Working closely with the soldiers on the ground was
some of the most rewarding flying I have ever done," said
Lt. Cmdr. Phillip Heberer, officer-in-charge of CAC-7.
"Seeing the faces of the people whom you are support-
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'Maulers' depend on in-flight technicians


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Photo by Lt. Helen Watson
ADC Michael Biles, AE2 Adam Hernandez, and AE2
Christopher Carpenter troubleshoot an engine on a Mauler S-
3B.


By Lt. Helen Watson
VS-32 PAO
Unique group of enlisted per-
sonnel called in-flight techni-
cians (IFTs) exists in the S-3B
Viking community. Their job is to pro-
vide the squadron with the ability to
perform maintenance functions on
the aircraft both airborne or on deck
away from home base.
IFTs, more often referred to as
TFOs because they are issued tempo-
rary flight orders, must pass a rigor-
ous training and qualification process
prior to being issued their flying
orders.
The "Maulers" presently have five
actively performing IFTs with two
more in training. The current Mauler
TFOs are ADC Michael Biles, AE2
Christopher Carpenter, AE2 Adam
Hernandez, AE2 Robert McKinley,
and AT2 Steven Weiland. These five
flyers are critical to maintaining the
operational status of many of the jets'
systems and components. The two
IFTs in training are AME3 Micah
Levy and AME3 Mathew Steckler.
Because they can fly with the air-
crew, IFTs can test systems and trou-
bleshoot problems that occur only
when the jet is airborne. Only so
much maintenance can be performed
when an aircraft is on the tarmac as


many systems are only fully function-
al when the jet is in flight. A TFO
riding along can help reduce the
process of recognizing a problem,
identifying the source, fixing the mal-
functioning equipment, and testing
the results from multiple flights down
to a single flight.
Another crucial task performed by
the TFOs is "on-the-road" mainte-
nance. Occasionally a critical system
or component on an aircraft will mal-
function or break when the jet is en
route to or on deck at an airfield
somewhere far from home. In this
case, IFTs can be flown out in another
squadron aircraft along with the nec-
essary tools to fix the inoperable
equipment so the jet can fly back to
the squadron. This capability saves
both man-hours and potentially high
costs associated with commercially
flying maintenance personnel and
parts to the location or attempting to
transport a broken down aircraft back
to home base.
Mauler IFTs must pass a rigorous
set of qualifications before being issued
their temporary flight orders. They
must first be approved for the training
through the chain of command up to
the squadron maintenance officer. The
squadron instruction on the TFO pro-
gram states "only highly motivated and
knowledgeable personnel are recom-


mended for the program."
Once approved, potential IFTs are
required to successfully complete a
full flight physical, water survival
training, physiology training, and
emergency egress/ejection seat train-
ing. After those hurdles, IFTs in
training must pass both open- and
closed-book Naval Air Training and
Operating Procedures Standardiza-
tion (NATOPS) knowledge exams. As
a final step prior to designation as a
TFO, they must pass a thorough
check-flight administered by a
squadron NATOPS Officer. As an
incentive, IFTs receive "flight pay" so
long as they keep up their qualifica-
tions and fly a minimum of four hours
per month.
The hard work and dedication of
the Mauler TFOs is indispensable to
the squadron's mission readiness. As
Lt. Tim Watkins, in charge of the
Mauler IFT program states, "TFOs
are a vital part of our flight opera-
tions as they're used for in-flight trou-
ble shooting as well as emergency
maintenance when jets break down at
other airfields."
Their efforts help ensure aircraft-
related malfunctions are fixed quickly
and effectively so that VS-32 can con-
tinue to perform the missions at
hand.


'Sunseekers' fly congressional delegation on VIP mission


By Lt. Eric Ascheman
VR-58 PAO


he VR-58 "Sunseek-
ers" recently re-
turned from an ex-
tensive international mis-
sion, flying key members of
the U.S. Congress, their
spouses and staff members
throughout Eastern Eu-
rope.
The congressional delega-
tion's first stop was Athens,
Greece for discussions with
the Greek foreign minister
focused on U.S.-Greek bilat-
eral issues. President
Yushchenko next welcomed
the delegation to Kiev,
Ukraine on the one-year


anniversary of the Orange
Revolution and Ukraine's
independence to discuss
reforms and progress
toward modernization and
democracy.
Further North in Estonia,
the most successful post
Cold War country, the dele-
gation saw a fine example
of a successful swap to
democracy. Turning back
toward home, a quick stop
in Gdansk, Poland provided
the opportunity to celebrate
the 25th anniversary of the
Solidarity Union that
helped to bring down com-
munism.
A final stop in Keflavik,
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6 Jax Air NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 22, 2005


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Saved by the bell


By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel


here's a story about a judge in a
divorce case who asked the husband:
"Sir, will you tell the court what
passed between you and your wife during
your big argument that caused you to seek
this separation?"
"Sure. I'll tell you judge. It was a rolling
pin, six plates and a frying pan!"
There is something disturbingly true
behind this story. Many couples destroy
their marriage by engaging in escalating,
tension-producing behaviors.
Failing to keep emotions under control
that can become destructive can easily
become a bad habit in any marriage. The
process of escalation is for the most part
progressive. It starts with resentment that
turns into anger and then escalates to rage
and in some instances manifests itself with
verbal, emotional or even physical abuse.
Yes, I know that living with the average
family can sometimes be like working in a
fireworks factory. At times nothing on
earth can exasperate, frustrate or even
destroy like family itself. Yet, I truly
believe that God has given us our family
and its preservation is therefore a sacred
responsibility.
In this article I'd like to fight for, not
with the family. I would also like to state
unconditionally that abuse of any kind is
an unacceptable response in the family.
The victim of abuse has a legal and moral
right to seek protection and hold the per-
petrator accountable.
I believe that the words "abuse" and
"family" are incompatible. But however,
we find that domestic violence is alarming-
ly high in our society and that the ability
of families to successfully resolve conflict
seems to be on the decline.
None of us are exempt from dealing with
conflict in our homes. The occasional argu-
ment is expected even in the best of all
possible worlds. But to allow feelings and
emotions to evolve into uncontrollable rage
is to be prevented at all costs. The stakes
are simply too high.
Have we ever stopped to think that the
World Boxing Association has rules for
fighting fair but that families rarely do?
Yes! Few families fight fair. Yes! No fami-
ly member ever really wins without some-
body losing. Yes! Every couple needs rules
and regulations for fighting fairly. So,


without
any fur-
ther
ado ,
here are
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ground
rules for
fighting
'y fair in
Sa the fam-
ai W ily.
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a n d
t/ fore-
most ,
Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina c h e c k
your
weapons at the door! In the days of the
Wild West men had to check-in their
weapons before entering the saloon. This
prevented anyone from getting trigger-
happy. Words are our weapons and deadly
words are deadly weapons.
How we use our words can be a truly
devastating thing. Words impulsively and
thoughtlessly used will create a wedge in
the marriage and may even become impos-
sible to take back. Those words will under-
mine and seriously hurt our partner.
Remember that escalation typically begins
with improper words. We can allow those
improper words to become profane and
abusive. Venomous words will attack the
dignity of the spouse. Once we resort to
rage and profanity we are announcing our

We check our weapons at the door by
keeping our language clean and controlled
and engage in a process of dialogue. This
takes personal discipline and a respect for
the spouse's dignity. The goal is to speak
the truth in love.
By all means, rest assured that in our
midst and within our reach we have
tremendous resources to preempt serious
escalation of conflict in the family. Our
gifted family counselors at FLEET family
services and your chaplains are uncondi-
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advantage of the many fine programs
offered for the well being of our marriages
and don't forget to register for our next
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Oct. 17-18 at the Chapel Center. Call 542-
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On Aug. 16, Marine
non-commissioned
officers assigned to
the Center for Naval
Aviation Technical
Training Unit (CNATTU)
Jackson-ville took part in
the University of Florida's
ROTC midshipmen indoc-
trination at Camp Bland-
ing. The Marines provide a
three-hour demonstration
of the Marine Corps
Martial Arts Program
(MCMAP).
The demonstration
began with a three-minute
combat demonstration hav-
ing one instructor simulate
defending himself against
attackers using several dif-
ferent martial arts tech-
niques.
These displays served to
both seize the audience's
attention as well as show-
case some of the more
spectacular capabilities of
MCMAP training. This
was followed by a brief his-
tory on MCMAP and its


philosophy of creating
overall Marines, emphasiz-
ing the three program dis-
ciplines of character, men-
tal and physical develop-
ment.
The midshipmen were
then paired off and
arranged in a circle for full
contact instruction allow-
ing them to participate in
several MCMAP tech-
niques. Each technique
was first demonstrated at
full speed, and then broken
down into its basic ele-
ments with the instructor
explaining how to execute
each movement.
Finally, the midshipmen
had an opportunity to exe-
cute the technique under


the instructor's supervi-
sion. The morning's
demonstration concluded
with an overview of the
program touching on sev-
eral concepts found within
MCMAP and questions
from the midshipmen.
This demonstration pro-
vided an excellent opportu-
nity for the midshipmen to
gain a better understand-
ing of the program. The
Marines of CNATTU Jax
also used the opportunity
to demonstrate their readi-
ness to support forward-
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IaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 22, 2005 7


VP-30 conducts training
By Lt. Kimo Silcox Wathen, VP-30 operations officer.
VP-30 PAO "We couldn't have done it without
the hard work and dedication of
n anticipation of Hurricane our maintenance team. Their tire-
Ophelia's landfall on the First less effort was a direct contributor
Coast, VP-30 staged a preemp- to the squadron's training achieve-
tive evacuation of three aircraft to ments. In addition to the great
NAS Whidbey Island, Wash. Sept. maintenance support, VP-1 was a
8. Loaded with instructors, stu- great host."
dents, and maintenance personnel, In addition to flight training, sev-
the detachment made the seven- eral of VP-30's students, who have
hour transit not only to escape the orders to NAS Whidbey Island,
impending weather, but to also capitalized on the opportunity to
take advantage of training oppor- search for a house and explore the
Even with the hurricane off the area. Lt. j.g. Bjorn Anderson stat-
coast, VP-30 would have lost valu- ed, "I now have a much clearer pic-
able training opportunities as most ture of what the housing market is
of the Southeastern United States like." Another student, Lt. Mike
was obscured by low clouds, rain Turner, took the opportunity to
and blustery conditions. take pictures of his new house to
Washin.tonn Statep greeted the share with family members and


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winds, sunny skies, and cool tem-
peratures. Ideal weather for pilot
training gave VP-30 the opportuni-
ty to complete 22 events that would
have otherwise been cancelled.
"The detachment was a great
success," said Lt. Cmdr. Scott


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With Hurricane Ophelia no
longer posing a threat to the
region, VP-30 can look back on the
hurricane evacuation as not only a
great opportunity to train, but also
a dress rehearsal for the next
storm on the horizon.


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VyStar Credit Union President and Chief Executive Officer Terry West proudly dis-
plays the Team Navy jax jersey. VyStar is one of the major sponsors for the team.


Team Navy Jax gets together for an official group photo before the ride. From left, Allen Johnson of NAS
Jax, Patrick Hall of Navy Exchange, John Ruoss of Wing 11, John Keating, Team Capt. Miriam S. Gallet
and Donald Bell of NAS Jax,Cary Harrison of Naval Hospital Jax, Mark Huber of HS-7, Chuck Tamblyn of
NAS Jax, Shawn Winn of HS-5 and Bill Birtley of Navy Region Southeast.


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Team Navy Jax members spin away during a cycling training class at the NAS


approximately 1,900 cyclists gathered
together in the wee hours of the morning
Saturday at the Tree of Life grounds in St.
Johns County to participate in the 19th annual
MS 150 Cycle to the Shore Bike Tour to benefit
the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society.
Within this group were 12 members of Team
Navy Jax, an assembly of cycle enthusiasts from
NAS Jax. This is the first time a Navy team has
ever participated in this event.
"I decided to try to put together this NAS Jax
team because I love cycling and this particular
event is for such a great cause," said Team Navy
jax Capt. Miriam S. Gallet, who has been
cycling since she was 2 years old. "We, in the
Navy community are always reaching out to
those in need. And those suffering from the
debilitating affects of MS need our help. The
'research to find a cure must go on."
Team Navy Jax spent hours training for the
event, participating in spinning classes at the
NAS Jax Morale Welfare and Recreation
Department Fitness Center and getting togeth-
er to ride in locally sponsored races. By
Saturday morning, they were ready to go and
excited about participating in such a worthy
cause.
"A few months ago when we were coordinating
this race, I was just doing it because I wanted to
ride my bike. A friend of mine rode in it last
year and said it's great, so he got me into it.
This is my first MS 150," said John Ruoss, a
local business owner and Navy Reservist with
Wing 11.
"Since that time, I've realized that there are a
lot of people who have MS. It's God-awful. You
can have it and people wouldn't even know it
unless you told them or were crippled by it. It
touches more people than I ever knew," added
Ruoss. "I rented a condo in Daytona for this race
on Ebay. The woman who sold me the package
has a daughter with MS. So, we ended up talk-
ing for awhile. I also found out a woman my wife
plays tennis with has it. It's all around and
affects a lot of people. You never know when you
could get it."
The 162-mile ride, which began near the World
Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla., took the rid-
ers through the back roads of North Florida,
across rivers, along the ocean, up bridges and
through winding roads to their final destination
in Daytona Beach, Fla. While some only chose to
ride one leg of the race, many spent the night in
Daytona and got up the next morning to pedal
back to the finish line.
"The hardest part for me was the bridge,"
remarked an exhausted AW3(AW) Shawn Winn
of HS-5."We were riding hard, pushing ourselves
in 94-degree weather and suddenly we turned a
comer and this monster of a bridge appears. All


P hoto by Miriidm S. Gallet


Alan Johnson, a member of Team Navy Jax (back), leaves the starting line in St.


Team Navy Jax member Alan Johnson, leading chief petty officer of NAS jax


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Team Navy lax member Donald Bell, a personal
trainer at the NAS lax Fitness Center and
University of North Florida, pins a ride number on
Cary Harrison, an ophthalmologist at Naval
Hospital lax, shortly before the MS 150.
we could do was pedal harder and think of all of
the wonderful human beings suffering with MS."
The team chose to dedicate their ride to a NAS
Jax family member who was diagnosed with MS
in 1991. "I'm really touched that the team is ded-
icating their ride to me. I was pretty emotional
when my husband came home from work and
told me. It's wonderful that they are doing the
ride to support this important cause," said Ann
Bushick, wife of NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Director John Bushick.
MS can affect anyone at anytime however
most people are diagnosed between the ages of
20 and 50. It is a disease of the nervous system
that interferes with the brain's ability to send


Team Navy Jax member Patrick Hall of NAS Jax Navy Exchange confirms his regis-


See. TEAM JAX, Page 9


By Kayle La ocqu






ax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 22, 2005


ET2(SW) Andrew Bozek of NAS Jacksonville Air Operations Department and Michele
Walraven, a HS-7 spouse, ensure riders in the 19th annual National Multiple Sclerosis
MS 150 Bike Tour have enough cold water. "It's the people who have MS that motivate
me to volunteer for this event. We want them to have a better quality of life" explained
Bozek, a three-day event volunteer.


Team Navy Jax member Alan Johnson, leading chief petty officer of the NAS Jax Supply Depart-
ment puts his race number on his bike as Patrick Hall of the NAS Jax Navy Exchange looks on.


Team Navy Jax member Bill Birtley of Team Navy Jax member Shawn Winn of HS-5, heads out on his way to Daytona Beach in the MS 150.
Commander, Navy Region Southeast
gets on the road early Saturday morn-
ing.


Team Navy Jax members John Ruoss, a Navy Reservist with Wing 11 (right front), Cary
Harrison, an ophthalmologist at Naval Hospital Jax (center), and Donald Bell, a personal train-
er with the NAS Jax Fitness Center and University of North Florida (behind), take off at the
starting line. Joining the group is Gerald Grady, who is a friend of the Team Navy Jax riders.


After taking a warm-up spin around downtown Daytona Beach in preparation for their ride
back to St. Augustine, three Team Navy Jax members pose for the camera. Front left, Team
Capt. Miriam S. Gallet of NAS Jax, Patrick Hall of NAS Jax Navy Exchange and AW3(AW)
Shawn Winn of HS-5.






10 Ja MAr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 22, 2005


Red cross serves hospital, provides skills


By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Special Contributor
Three weeks ago, the Amer-
ican Red Cross began the
biggest emergency opera-
tion in its history as volunteers
rushed to help ravaged Gulf
Coast states.
Victims struggling to overcome
the effects of Hurricane Katrina
continue to benefit from volun-
teers' selfless devotions. On the
local level, such as NAS Jax, Red
Cross volunteers devote personal
time and effort every day in the
spirit of their organization.
Helen Donahoe, who has served
the Red Cross for 31 years, is the
chairman of Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's Red Cross volun-
teers and coordinates the efforts
of 110 individuals.
The Red Cross office, adjoining
the main entrance, disperses
helpers to the many departments
the hospital must staff.


"Volunteers work a minimum of
four hours per week, but may give
as much as 20 hours," said
Donahoe.
After filling out a form and
completing orientation, appli-
cants are sometimes permitted to
handpick the department they
wish to serve, depending on the
hospital's needs. Hospital depart-
ments that benefit from extra
help include but are not limited
to the pharmacy, satellite phar-
macy, emergency room, maternity
ward, internal medicine, phle-
botomy lab (blood work) and radi-
ology.
According to Donahoe, people
seek unpaid work to satisfy altru-
istic motives, to explore new
careers, to befriend others and
even to engage in self-discovery.
Opportunities to gain skills in a
hospital are plentiful. In the past,
several Sailors requiring experi-
ence in order to cross-rate or to
prepare for a career after retiring


from the Navy have given their
time. Retirees say the intangible
rewards are worth every hour
they give.
Retired Navy veteran Fred
Cabales started working as the
hospital's shuttle driver after
serving for 20 years as a chief
mess specialist. "I look at volun-
teer service here as giving back to
God. I talk to the people I give
rides to and all of them have a
unique story," said Cabales. "After
more than three years of helping
out here, I have learned to read
people's needs just by looking at
them. It doesn't matter if it's a
wounded Sailor or a frail senior
citizen. I can sense just by looking
where they need to go inside the
hospital."
Young people come to donate
time, too. Brandon Brown, an 18-
year-old still in the process of fin-
ishing his high school diploma,
works in the radiology depart-
ment each week. "People need my


help, just as I need theirs," he
said. Brown is the brother of
HM1 Jameson Kerns, who also
works at the naval hospital.
The Red Cross fills communica-
tion gaps easily taken for grant-
ed. Since Hurricane Katrina
struck the Gulf Coast, the hospi-
tal's Red Cross office has received
calls for information on a daily
basis. "Even if we don't know the
answer to the question, we can
always direct the caller to the
appropriate source," Donahoe
said.
According to the Web site of the
Red Cross, its roots can be traced
back to 19th century Europe. In
1859, a young Swiss citizen,
Henry Dunant, encountered the
aftermath of a war in Solfernino,
Italy.
He witnessed 40,000 wounded
and sick soldiers lying in battle-
fields uncared for and decided
something had to be done.
Organizing and motivating peo-


pie in Solfernino's community,
Dunant oversaw volunteers as
they spread out to feed and
administer care to the wounded
soldiers.
When he returned to
Switzerland, he called for the cre-
ation of organized national relief
societies. Four years later, in
1863, the creation of the
International Red Cross took
place in Geneva, Switzerland, "to
provide non-partisan care for the
sick and wounded in times of
war."
Since then, the organization
has evolved and created organiza-
tions in 175 countries. Today,
according to the organization's
Web site, "the Red Cross will pro-
vide relief to victims of disasters

and help people prevent, prepare
for and respond to emergencies."
Anyone willing to volunteer at
the hospital, can call 542-7525 for
further information


DoD extends pharmacy copay waiver for military hurricane victims


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he Department of Defense
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waiver of pharmacy copays
through Sept. 30, 2005, for benefi-
ciaries affected by Hurricane
Katrina who are unable to pay it.
In addition, TRICARE, the DoD
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ing closely with retail pharmacies
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maintain access to their prescrip-
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ticipate in the TRICARE mail
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pharmacies if they are unable to
receive them by mail. Express
Scripts Inc. (ESI), TRICARE's
pharmacy contractor, is updating
patient information to include
temporary mailing addresses so
prescriptions will reach the bene-
ficiaries at their new locations.
For assistance, hurricane vic-
tims may call the DoD Pharmacy
Operations Center at 1-866-275-
4732. They may also contact ESI
at the following phone numbers
for questions about the TRICARE


mail order and retail pharmacy
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Mail order pharmacy pro-
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DOD-TMOP)
Retail pharmacy program, 1-
866-363-8779 (1-866-DOD-TRRX)
Beneficiaries should call the
Defense Enrollment Eligibility
Reporting System Support Office
at 1-800-538-9552 to update their
family members' information,
including address changes, to
maintain access to pharmacy ben-
efits.
In addition, beneficiaries seek-
ing information about their TRI-


CARE benefits may call the
regional contractors: Humana
Military Healthcare Services
(South region), 1-800-444-5445;
HealthNet (North region), 1-877-
874-2273; or TriWest (West
region), 1-888-874-9378, or visit
the TRICARE Web site, www.tri-
care.osd.mil/katrina.
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assistance coordinators, debt col-
lection assistance officers, TRI-
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Photo by PH3 Ryan O'Connor
AW2 Kevin Parrish, a search and rescue swimmer assigned to the "Emerald
Knights" of HS-75, helps two New Orleans residents disembark a SH-60 Seahawk
helicopter Sept. 7, while assisting mandatory evacuation efforts following the dev-
astation caused by Hurricane Katrina.


Supporting hurricane victims

















Photo by PH3 Jay Pugh .
(Above)A SH-60 Seahawk helicopter assigned to the "Dusty Dogs" of
HS-7 takes off from the flight deck aboard USS Harry S. Truman
(CVN 75) in support of hurricane relief efforts Sept. 13. The Nimitz
class aircraft carrier is currently deployed to the Gulf Coast in sup- -
port of Hurricane Katrina operations.

(Right) Corey Schultz of NAS Jacksonville who is serving as the pub- '
lic affairs officer for Joint Task Force Katrina in Gulfport, Miss., takes
a break from her 14-hour day and poses for the camera in front of
the Command Operations Center of 22nd Naval Construction
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TRICARE benefits available for National Guard


From Staff


embers of the Na-
tional Guard fed-
erally activated for
more than 30 consecutive
days in support of Hurri-
cane Katrina relief efforts
can receive military health
care benefits to include
their TRICARE-eligible
family members.
The Deputy Secretary of
Defense approved funding
for use of the National
Guard under Title 32 U.S.
Code to support relief
efforts effective Aug. 29.
However, it is possible that
some National Guard
members may remain on
state active duty.
National Guard mem-
bers' personnel offices


should update the Defense
Enrol-lment Eligibility
Reporting System (DEERS)
to reflect eligibility for TRI-
CARE benefits if their per-
sonnel are activated under
or converted to Title 32
orders. In cases of conver-
sion from state active duty
to federal, the DEERS
update could occur before
orders are received.
National Guard members
who are not sure if they are
activated under Title 32
,orders should contact their
unit's personnel office to
clarify their status.
After DEERS has been
updated, family members
will be automatically cov-
ered under TRICARE
Standard and may enroll in
TRICARE Prime or Prime


Remote, if available in
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Guard members serving
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gible for TRICARE health
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www.tricare.osd.mil/deers
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commands had 137
new chiefs frocked
during the ceremony at
Hangar 116 Sept. 16.


Relocated military families must make TRICARE decisions


From Staff
M military family mem-
bers ordered to
evacuate military
installations damaged by
Hurricane Katrina need to
make decisions about their
medical care.
More than 44,000 active
duty military family mem-
bers living in Louisiana,
Mississippi and Alabama
are moving to other TRI-
CARE regions as directed
by installation command-
ers.
These military family
members are authorized, to
select an alternate safe
haven anywhere within the
continental United States.
The location they select


may impact their health-
care benefits under the
TRICARE health plan.
"Family members who
move from their current
TRICARE region of care
should contact their exist-
ing and new regional
health plan contractor-
Humana Military Health-
care Services (HMHS),
HealthNet or TriWest-for
important information and
guidance about the continu-
ation of their healthcare
benefits," said Dr. William
J. Winkenwerder Jr., assis-
tant secretary of defense for
Health Affairs. "They need
to make a decision based on
their individual situation.
We will provide the best
information possible for


them to make that choice."
There will be no change
in coverage for family mem-
bers who use TRICARE
Standard. They may seek
care from any TRICARE-
authorized provider, wher-
ever they are temporarily
living, even if residing in
another TRICARE region.
TRICARE Prime or
Prime Remote family mem-
bers do not have to change
their primary care manager
while living in their safe
haven location within
another TRICARE region.
Additionally, no referrals
are required for healthcare
services through Sept. 30,
2005.
If beneficiaries are living
in an area where Prime or


Prime Remote benefits are
not available, they may dis-
enroll and will be covered
by TRICARE Standard.
For more information
about accessing their TRI-
CARE benefits during this
time, beneficiaries may
visit the TRICARE Web
site, http://www.tricare.
osd.mil/Katrina. They may
also call their regional con-
tractor: HMHS, South
Region (1-800-444-5445);
HealthNet, North Region
(1-877-874-2273); or
TriWest, West Region (1-
888-874-9378).


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Changes to tuition assistance process
From the Navy College Office ----


According to a recent NavAdmin mes-
sage, "all Sailors, regardless of their
education plans, are now required
to pursue credit through College Level
Examination Program (CLEP) and
Defense Activity for Non-Traditional
Education Support (DANTES)
Standardized Subject Tests (DSST), where
applicable, before receiving command
authorization for tuition assistance."
Before taking these exams, personnel are
required to take the pre-exams to ensure
success. These pre-exams are available
through various sites. After taking the pre-
exams, students should take the results to
the Navy College Office for counseling on
future options.
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Navy Knowledge Online (NKO):
Log onto NKO.
Click on the Learning tab.
Click on Education Resource Center
(CLEP) on left side.
Click on CLEP Center.
Scroll down to bottom tests listed.
Click on the test you want to take. The
first set of tests are printable, the second
are timed tests.
Print the study guide/practice test.
There are practice tests that are print-
able in this section. There is a second set of
tests that are timed, and you must have
the Navy library activation key code NL
9000 to access these tests.
The second way to access online practice
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Click on the Learning tab.,
Click on Education Resource Center


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Click on Online Practice Test.
Obtain a Navy library activation key
code by clicking on Select Code Here and
enter email address and base location.
Scroll down page for lists of tests.
Click on the test you want to take.
Enter the activation code.
Take the practice test.
Print the results and take them to the
Navy College Office.
To access the DSST fact sheets go to
www.getcollegecredit.com or open NKO
then:
Click on Navy College Office under the
Learning tab.
Click on Links.
Click on DANTES.
Place cursor on Examination Program
and a drop down box will appear.
Place cursor on Fact Sheet and Study
Material and a drop down box will appear.
Click on DANTES Subject Standard-
ized Test.
Click on test.
Print the test.
The Navy College Office has these exams
available in their office. If you plan to use
TA for the next term, be sure and visit
your Navy College Office for counseling in
Building 110 or call them at 542-2477.


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Command (NAVSUP) Headquarters
Executive Director Jeff Orner in
Mechanicsburg, Pa. Aug. 12. Palmer
completed 160 hours of intensive
black belt training. Lean Six Sigma
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combines the strategy and solution
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New DFAS policy decreases threat of identity theft


From Defense Finance
and Accounting Service
Public Affairs
he Undersecretary of
Defense Comptroller
and the Under Sec-
retary of Defense Person-
nel and Readiness (P&R)
have co-signed a new poli-
cy that directs all military
departments and all
defense civilian employees
to support the policy to
eliminate paper copies of
LES and W-2 tax state-
ments.
Under the new policy,
military members and
civilian non-bargaining
employees who log on to
the myPay website after
Sept. 1 are consenting to
receive electronic copies of
their documents.
Bargaining unit civilians
will be brought onto this
system as soon as local


negotiations are complet-
ed.
MyPay is currently avail-
able to all Department of
Defense (DoD) military
members, DoD civilian
employees, and military
retirees and annuitants.
Although the policy
applies to DoD military
members and DoD civil-
ians, the benefits of using
myPay to eliminate identi-
ty theft associated with
postal delivery of these
statements also applies to


retirees and annuitants for
their 1099 tax statements.
For many years, myPay
has provided military
members and civilian
employees with a secure
method to view, print, and
save their LES, W-2 or
1099s electronically.
Receipt of electronic doc-
uments through myPay
eliminates risk associated
with hand-delivered mail.
By using myPay to view
and print LES and W2
statements, the names,
addresses, and social secu-
rity numbers (SSN) of mili-
tary members, civilian
employees, retirees, and
annuitants are protected.
The individual controls
when the document is
viewed and printed. The
individuals sensitive data
is under their control at all
times. This is particularly
important for W2s and


1099s, where the SSN can-
not be masked due to IRS
regulations.
In addition to obtaining
electronic copies of LES
and tax statements, cus-
tomers can make adjust-
ments to federal and state
tax withholding and
update bank account and
electronic transfers by
accessing myPay.
Military members, civil-
ian employees, retirees,
and annuitants can obtain
access to myPay by
requesting a PIN online at
https://mypay.dfas.mil or
by calling 1-800-390-2348.
Currently, myPay has
more than three million
users with customized
PINs and serves all mili-
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- NAS Jax campus fall schedule set
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ollege Office
FCCJ NAS Jax Campus Fall Schedule
courses are offered Course No. Course Time Day BldgJRoom

e at NAS Jax from AMH 2020 U.S. History from 1865 5-7:50 p.m. M 966/254
)ec. 16. Registration CCJ 1030 Man, Crime and Society 5-7:50 p.m. M 966/261
At. 18. Active-duty CGS2555 Introduction to the Internet 5-7:50 p.m. M/W 110/LAB
process their tuition DEP 2004 Human Growth Dev. 5-7:50 p.m. T/R 966/211
request in the Navy ENC 1102 English Comp II 5-7:50 p.m. M/W 966/211
rior to the start of EVR 1030 Environmental Compliance 5-7:50 p.m. R 966/261
GLY 1001 Earth and Space Science 5-7:50 p.m. M/W 966/211


The schedule for the
upcoming ASVAB/
SAT/ACT/GED prep-
aration classes at the Navy
College Learning Center
(NCLC) is:
Oct. 3-14 and Oct. 17-28.
Interested personnel are


encouraged to contact their
command career counselor
for more information or to
call the NCLC at 542-3676.
Classes are filled on a first-
come, first-served basis and
fill up quickly.


NAS Jax drivers, be prepared to

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POW/MIA: Annual observance honors WWII POW


From Page 1


ry about the fat diets of
today. While on a POW
diet I lost 50 pounds. We
ate some bread and two or
three potatoes a day.
Sometimes, if a care pack-
age arrived from the
International Red Cross,
we ate a little better."
"When Gen. Patton
arrived, he looked at us
and said, "I bet you asses
are glad to see me,"
recalled Horn. "The gener-
al was right. The entire
camp burst into cheer."
The observance conclud-
ed with the NAS
Jacksonville Weapons
Department rendering
honors with a 21-gun
salute, followed by a miss-
ing man formation flyover
by the "Airwolves" of HSL-
40 of NS Mayport.
POW/MIA observances
are held across the United
States and reaffirm a
promise to fallen com-
rades, "you are not forgot-
ten."


Photo by PH3 David Didier
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson and Mary Hoff, the creator of the
POW/MIA flag, pose with former POW's at the conclusion of the 2005 NAS Jacksonville
POW/ MIA Observance Sept. 16. (Front row, from left) Andy Ramonik, John Rosa, Ed Horn,
Dobson, Hoff, Byron Fuller. (Back row, from left) Carl Crumpler, Eldon Hepler, Jim Dalrell,
Herman Ledinger, Dale Raebel and Ed Creamer.


CFC: Goal for NE Florida/SE Georgia for 2005: $2,124,519


From Page 1

The goal set for NAS Jax
this year is $629,597. "I am
hoping for an outstanding
turnout this year. We
already have more than 95
percent of all NAS Jax
units trained and ready to
go," said Lt. Matt Lesser,
NAS Jax fund drive coordi-
nator.
Several departments
have already reached their
set goal for this year's fund
drive.
"Mobile Inshore Under-
sea Warfare Unit (MIUW)
207 and Naval Air Depot
Jax Departments 4.0 and
7.0 had the distinction of
being the first units to
turn in contributions.
MIUW-207 had 100 per-
cent participation and
reached 96 percent of their
goal. The NAVAIR depart-
ment also had outstanding
participation with one dou-
ble eagle and one eagle
giver," remarked Lesser.
According to Regional
CFC Director Steve Con-
rad, Northeast Florida/
Southeast Georgia region
has raised more than
$2,000,000 for five consec-
utive years.
"I am absolutely confi-
dent that we will reach
that plateau and achieve
our 2005 CFC goal of
$2,124,519," said Conrad.
"Our donors have consis-
tently contributed more
i


than $8,000 to local chari-
ties and over $1.6 million
to national and interna-
tional charities, many of
whom provide critical dis-
aster relief for national
emergencies like Hurri-
cane Katrina."
The CFC of Northeast
Florida/Southeast Georgia
is comprised of 19 counties
with nearly 47,150 federal
employees and military
members.
Each year, commands
and departments appoint a
keyperson who is responsi-
ble for their individual
unit's drive. They are
responsible for contacting
each member within the
unit to inform them of the
CFC annual drive and how
their donation can help. "I
have an excellent loaned


executive staff this year in
CSC Sophia Jeffrie, CS1
Donnie Johnson and CS1
Dempsey Daniels. We are
willing and ready to assist
all units with any issues or
questions they might
have," said Lesser.
There are several differ-
ent ways individuals can
donate. Contributors can
make a cash donation up
front or pledge a specific
amount which is withheld
regularly from their pay
beginning in January con-
tinuing through December
2006.
Many commands also
hold special fundraising
events to benefit the CFC
drive.
Command involvement
and leadership are essen-
tial ingredients to making


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"Let's make this year's
campaign even more suc-
cessful than last year's by
ensuring everyone has the
opportunity to give," said
Lesser.
For more information on
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free one hour workshop for students who are
interested in taking online or hybrid courses
with FCCJ. The date and location of these
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Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, upgraded scoring system and much
more!
Operating Hours
Monday, 4-10 p.m.
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m. 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. midnight

Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).


Fitness Source
Monday- Friday
5 a.m. 8 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
9 a.m. 3 p.m.
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Base Gym
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Saturday & Sunday
9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Holidays
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Indoor pool
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Recreation swim 4:30-8 p.m.
Water aerobics
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Tuesday-Friday
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DoD $2 per day
Guests $3 per day
Call 542-2930 for more information and additional pric-
ing options.


For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Tallahassee Day Trip
Saturday
Includes tour of Old Capitol, Mission San Louis, and The
Florida History Museum.
$21/person

Yalaha Bakery and Lakeside Winery in Clermont, Fla.
Oct. 8
Includes the German Bakery in Yalaha, followed by a
tour of the Lakeside winery.
$23/person

Dudley Farm, Micanopy & Cross Creek
Oct. 14
Includes the Dudley Farm, Marjorie Kinnan Rollins
home site and shopping in Micanopy.
$20/person
Charleston Deluxe
Nov. 18-20
Includes two night luxury accommodations in the his-
toric district, two breakfasts, and two lunches. The trip


Home providers needed

Tr he Child Development Center is looking for
home providers. If you are an on-base resident,
you will only need to be Navy-certified to
,become a Home Provider.
If you are an off-base resident, you will have to be
state-certified as well as Navy-certified. This pro-
gram is for dependent female and males. For more
information about this program, contact Lisa
Williams or Ingrid Robinson at 542-5434 / 5529 /
:2472.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Construction of the new Morale, Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) golf clubhouse continues. The new facility is expected
to be completed by July 2006. The new clubhouse is 9,000
square feet with a 1,500-square-foot pro shop, one large din-
ing room to seat 144 patrons, back porch overlooking the golf
course to seat 144 patrons and parking for golf carts under-
neath the building. This new addition to MWR is expected to
be another great facility to host command functions and pri-
vate parties. For more details, call 542-3249.

also includes a guided city tour, entrance to Patriots Point,
The Hunley Exhibit, Fort Sumter, Magnolia and
Middleton Plantations. Sign-up at I.T.T. by Oct. 15.
Cost is $311.50/person based on double occupancy.


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5
single or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax

Paintball Trip
Saturday
Take on NS Mayport!
$15

Comedy Zone Trip
Sept. 28
Free food!



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, 5 p.m.- Monster in Law (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. The Longest Yard (R)
Saturday, 7 p.m.- Mindhunters (R)
Sept.30, 7 p.m. Star Wars: Episode 3 (R)


For more information about the marina please call 542-
3260.
Safe Powerboat Operating Course
Class 1- Oct. 15-16





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Safety Exhibits
n' Motorcycle Deinonsljation Teanms
IMotorcycles and Equipment
Specialty and Vintage Motorcycles
S Motorcycle Skildl Challenges
Door Prizes and Awards

Open to all hands!
ME Motorcycle poail.:i.ng available
S 7Food and beverages on sale

For rmre details call 542-5710

Class 2- Oct. 22-23
$40 / person
Contact Mulberry Cove Marina to register and pay for
the class.

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



Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more infor-
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Steps in seeking financial assistance after Katrina


Step 1: Contact your insurance company. Many insur-
ance policies contain provisions for immediate finan-
cial assistance during times of emergency.
Contact your homeowner policy insurance carrier to
report your loss and inquiry about the provisions of your
policy concerning financial assistance.
Contact your automobile insurance carrier. Your policy
may contain provisions for temporary replacement.
Step 2: Moving your family to a "safe haven"
Contact the PSD Afloat Atlantic Hurricane Katrina
Help Line at: 1-866-239-0303.
Ask about travel orders to move you and/or your family
to a "safe haven" location.
Verify per diem and travel entitlements for your family
members first 30 days:
Per Diem (to include lodging, meals, and incidental
expense). Dependents 12 years or older: Up to the full local-
ity rate for 30 days. Dependents under 12 years: Up to 50
percent of the full locality rate.
From day 31 to 180, the amount could be reduced to no
more than 60 percent for dependents 12 years or older and
no more than 30 percent for dependents under 12 years.
Any reduction will be determined at a later date. Be aware
that if you stay with friends or relatives, you will not be
paid for lodging.
Local travel allowance ($25 per day)
Verify your eligibility for continued BAH payments
If paid at your permanent duty station, will continue.
You may temporarily occupy government quarters at a Safe
Haven location and continue to receive BAH until such
time as the dependents are authorized to return to the
member's permanent duty station.
Ask about obtaining two-months advance pay.
Remember, this is not a grant and it must be repaid.
Avoid payday lending and fast cash institutions.


Active duty Navy members can also call or visit the serv-
icing PSD at:
PSD New Orleans reports to PSD Corpus Christi, (361)
961-3558/3576
PSD Gulfport reports to PSD Charleston, (843) 764-7771
PSALANT POC: Fred Jordan, (757)-445-4030
Visit www.psalant.navy.
mil for a complete list of Personnel Support Detach-ments.
Step 3: Contact The Navy & Marine Corps Relief Society
representative at your location to seek immediate assis-
tance.
To contact the closest Navy Relief Society call: 1-800-
654-8364 or visit www.nmcrs.org
If you are more than 40 miles from a Navy Relief
Society location, contact the nearest American Red Cross
representative or call ARC: 1-877-272-7337.
Step 4: If financial assistance is still required, contact
your on-site representative from the American Red Cross.
You can also contact The American Red Cross at 1-877-
272-7337 or visit www.redcross.org
Step 5: Consult with your local legal office for assistance
in filing claims for losses to personal property.
Visit your community support center or the local Fleet
and Family Support Center service delivery team.
Professionals are available to assist you with personal
financial management issues or concerns and help in locat-
ing locol resources
Assistance in coping with the emotional stress caused
by this natural disaster.
Additional sources for assistance
Navy/Marine Corps Relief : You may also be eligible for
an interest free loan for a down payment to assist in the
,replacement of a primary vehicle. If you have insurance,
you should attempt to contact your insurance company. If
that is taking too long and there is an immediate need,


then a bridge loan may be provided.
Department of Labor (DoL): Disaster Unem-ployment
Assistance: The DoL is working with state and local govern-
ments in disaster areas and relief sites to issue unemploy-
ment insurance and disaster unemployment assistance. For
more information, call 1-866-487-2365.
TRICARE: All eligible TRICARE beneficiaries (active
duty, reserve recalls, retirees, and all their family members)
should contact TRICARE Region North 1-866-307-
9749 (toll free) if you have been evacuated or relocated to
states north and east of Tennessee. You should contact
TRICARE Region South (800) 444-5445 if you evacuated or
relocated to Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Georgia, South
Carolina, Florida or Tennessee. You should contact TRI-
CARE Region West (888) 874-9378 if you evacuated or relo-
cated to a location west of Texas and north of Oklahoma
and Arkansas.
The American Legion: Legionnaires can apply to receive
up to $1,500 to cover costs of food, shelter and clothing
needs. A cash grant will be immediately placed in the
members credit card account or funds can be transferred
directly to a hotel/motel to cover the cost of lodging. Call 1-
800-433-3318 or apply online at www.legion.org
Things to remember:
Your military pay and allowances will continue to be
deposited in your financial institution via electronic funds
transfer.
You may temporarily occupy government quarters at a
safe haven location and continue to receive your BAH until
such time as your dependents are authorized to return to
your permanent duty station.
Retain all pertinent receipts of your expenses in the
event some or all of the expenses are found to be reim-
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Each family member
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are in school or at work.
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your cell phone numbers
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them in a time of emer-
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members before the storm
approaches. This is advice
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but now everyone sees the
importance of it, so please
do it.
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knows the name, address
and phone numbers of a
person outside your area
that you will all get word
to if you become separated.
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they are your contact and
tell this person in advance
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case of emergency.
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home), or take off to anoth-
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Tennis tourney coming up
A men and women's Captain's Cup
Tennis Tournament will be held Sept. 26 at 5
p.m. at the Guy Ballou Tennis Complex near
the Birmingham Gate. The tournament is
free and open to all NAS Jax active duty
and reservists. There will be a men and
women's division. Awards will be given to
the winners and commands will receive
points for participating and for winning. Sign
up at the NAS Jax Gym by Sept. 22. For
more information, call 542-2930/3239.
All Navy wrestling tryouts
All Navy Wrestling Coach Rob Hermann
will be conducting tryouts at the NAS Jax
Gym Oct. 20 at 5:30 p.m. Tryouts are open
to all active duty Navy personnel. Wrestling
equipment and attire are not necessary and
weigh-ins are not conducted for the tryouts.
Sign up at the base gym.
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-
5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K- Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00


Women 46:00
Marathon -
Women 4 Hrs.


Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.


Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5k swim, 10k
run, 40k bike
Officials and scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football, and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers also needed for
basketball. Experience not required. If inter-
ested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
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A attention all runners. The Marines have landed
again. The second annual Jacksonville Marine
orps 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.lstplaces-
ports.com, until Sept. 30. Race day registration will
begin at 5:30 a.m. at the Veteran's Memorial Wall.
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 dis-
abled 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.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the -month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship 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 information, call 778-


0805 or email
commodore@njyc.org.
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 col-
lection and special exhibitions
and experience Art Connec-
tions, the museum's hands-on
education center. For more
information, contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park I/
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 playgroups, field trips,
MOMS Nite Out and family out-
ings. For information, contact
Shirlinda at 771-9573 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommu-
nity.com/momsclubopw.
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 informa-
tion, 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 current-
ly 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, 4101 College Street.
For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
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


Executive Transition Assistance Program

class offered at Mayport Sept. 26-29


The NS Mayport Fleet and Family
Support Center (FFSC) is hosting an
Executive TAP Class for senior
enlisted personnel E9 and above and offi-
cers 05 and above Sept. 26-29 at the Ocean
Breeze Conference Center. The Executive
TAP class is designed to promote network
expansion, sharing business expertise, and
special presentations featuring senior level
experts. The class will also provide infor-
mation on executive resumes, interviewing
skills, financial management, veteran's
benefits, TRICARE information, and other
relevant topics germane to transitioning
senior level personnel.
The FFSC believes that the separation


presents a complex set of considerations
both for the organization and for the indi-
vidual. Whether the departure of a key
player is voluntary, involuntary, or negoti-
ated, the event needs to be managed, along
with its impact and the resulting implica-
tions. Transition assistance considerations
need to be addressed positively to create
the best situation for our senior level per-
sonnel. The Executive TAP class is devel-
oped around this belief and will host busi-
ness professionals who have an in-depth
understanding of and personal experience
in the senior executive community.
For more information or to register, call
270-6600 Ext. 110. Seating is limited to 40


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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 reserva-
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Wee Workshop: Bug
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Tomorrow, 10-11:30
a.m.
Calling all wee bug
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and their adult compan-
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bugs! Bring a small net
and capture jar, if you have
them, and we'll go on a
safari, searching for the
things that creep, crawl, or
hop.
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get together at the Dairy Queen
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The Castillo de San Marcos
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individuals with an interest in
history that would like to be a
part of a living history group.
The group, which does interpre-
tations and reenactments in St.
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their cannon and musket firing
programs. A two-day seminar
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ing and safety is required. The
minimum age is 16 years old.
For more information, call Joe
Brehm at (904) 829-6506, Ext.
232.
The VP-5 Officers' Spouses
Club will host a 5K Fun Run
and 1-mile Kids Fun Run Oct. 8
at 8:30 a.m. The run will begin
at Patriots Grove Park and will
benefit the Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society and USO. To reg-
ister for this event, visit
www.lstPlaceSports.com. For
more information on the VP-5
Spouses Club, visit www.geoci-
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The Jacksonville Area
Supply Corps Association is


sponsoring a golf tournament
Oct. 14 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
cole.seibel @navy.mil.


The Company "B" 4th
Assault Amphibian Battalion
"Iron Gators" will hold a
reunion with Marine Corps
Bravo Company during the
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fokruptc to NS 7t Heights 1 pool,2.,manyextras. cpletely renov. & sold lempbrookcom payf 11,700.Cai sewer.Clearedevel lot291-3100
B a ningfo J. Co.y a o oNA P.A.0 36 O p P n /R ___ _____ MB,$288k. 613-7 2 Condo, spacous 1800sf, Keven 861 o 5630 pcs
391*-f40030 246 Camdem Co., 5 Arlington 3B,3R/2 F _n room9SE00 F04l77 1 O ean Fr. CUMBERLANDHARBOR- 199Liberty Mobile decks awning X cond.
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AAA Attorney Referral Svcri- l 3406 features granite SPRINGFIELD Buy 3/21 firs, huge lot reare -ustom 2 yr old, all 159,900. all today for must be move, All new completely furnished
800-733-5342k24 hrs.t anpneao .91, counter tops, stain- Must sell $34,900. oppty at $210,000. Pis brick 4/3, 3100sf, 12ft a p t 923 051 out. r upgrades 607-6625 2br/2ba, on 200150' lot
rsnic ato l less a ,p cer. tile in Listings 800-749-8124 5867 and info on webite pool spa, dock 62-4917 $45,000 obo. in park Near t. Johns
130 Tickets 307 San Marco0 kit.. bbsh Wdlvlam.,flrs. maryhcomhttp://www.edand- w/6e1 1boat house. www.neflfsbo.com river screen porch W/
incds r dews lagoon from mito n Bea ches m aro9riv$799,000eobe OPENHOUSE 5OOceanfront Condominiums 4/ Ceraic Shower ianywindows 10x16
SBANKuREPOI 3bed/2bath View lvng, ster bdrom directions 276-1992 2133 lu eron over. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath al es in ated shed. 37,500.
GATORS/VOLS $- 59,900. For Listings i249,9 MeooLs2050 Continental RealtyBu n 3 1446 sqft, pool.a ) Callo A38o6-546-2520
All locations, best ices. 80074248124 x20 5347 Call Je Gething A Full Service Brokerage FLAGLER BCH 2/3 acres Best v alue on the 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom SAVE TOUANDS
800-538-16 On on ICW, dck, 3br/2ba Beach. $59o000. Call Setup On L. Acres Land Home Package!
ti e wBEAUTIFUL 3/2.5n Irg 403-6888 www.calthechief.cm 338 Bakerr County boathouse permit 249-6916 for appont- ith Pool Call 2250222 3/2 Double Wide on
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available on a equalTt DON BROWN REALTY MACLENNY Great Starter $ 76wdf5r, h i $185,000 Starting at $34321900. Bu 3/2Cla Duval, and 626-6393.
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o com ain of dis- anite & more. Owner see en Hse Jacksonville ern irk Prkwy 3/2.5, lakefront about our mini vaca- $500 down FREE Qualiing GAProp.-12 acres w/
SnW laArge lot w/privacn culdesac.3/3,$970k. Call R eodeled. Conve- 3ba,3 car garage, RTO $900mo. 276-6446 land, handicap access, have no credit, but
flat, newOAC/waterhtr2woo4s, Culdesac.$125k7for details. 904910-6967 nient to Shopping & ExquisiteTownhome. lots of fruit trees, on need a home? We can
200Auctions OPEN HOUSE 4/2 /2 $141,500. 268c-7746pOpen8ho/D n SateS1na11rct2Seldi ti ck! Cal13594 pond. A m ust see! eedqa noe2 7ea
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esU Hulee,9U4,9-2,N$799K A 3bed/rK FRECLOSU O4R0EI T9 S'side-Lvillagol92/3, 4kne mowet.al
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Three or Four Listings 800-7498124 x1903 Chaffe Rd. 2003 Brck 00-749-8124 x5573 Rhoden,roker.219-6758. bit 2000dock & lift rent/buy. 214k. 285-9025 2/2 appl Fla rm scrd Emma 904771-9055 or
BDRM. 3/2. Spacious Master reMn.t/b9. 7po carpt, shed 904-962-1086
Estate Sales Split floor plan, FRUIT COVE Foreclosurel Bdrm w/ Bay Window MLT.839.9k962517rc a rtshed,on
254acres, cus- Must Sell! 2br, Only34k Whirlpool-Gold Appl- 332 MiddleHurg LAKE LOTS onake. $300 e
ton brick home Ame- Listings 800-749-8124x5345 Nce arr e Countyussell, GA. Enjoy $298.10mo. Ca1173 7 Lt for Sale
*C re iiaIsland. Private 'irepace in Famuiy the serenity fishing, OutofArea/
DeveloVFmenta$00,000 FSBO 2/2 Condo.l100sf, Room. Many UpgradesF FSBO 3/2 Mobile Hm on 1 .$R g.IMgFLEETWOOD 28x60a3/2
23rd &24th 10-4p.Fum, 41n aep &36kTown/State den. stv'frio.WD c3ir.
49ltsmo.-7996 new capetpanA $255,000. T&omas ac.$Also2/2 MobfieHm BAYSIDESubw/dock.
rugs.plano&lots more` ___ roof.Exc cond w/warr Rhoden Agency_ Tho- on 1 ac. 904-214-9530 Lux Exec4/4,3600sf, new tin b .Cr pch. carpor. snd Approximately S3S +/-
FBO Elizabeth Place in3,0.2_R89,_tr.lany an.r5 hours toyourR X condo $18.50073016.06 acres Located adja-
ST.NICOLASWedThur, 300 Avondale/ $1238 masR. Rhoden, H RekeE.p l choice lot. Prices start CENT. FLA-MOVE RIGHT cent to the city limits Of
2224RedfernRd. 3Ortgae rlc a4stails, 6.5acebrick gated sub. $749,000 at $49,995. We also mes FLEETWOOD '99. NO B ey Ga. Prime
9 92000sf. pool,acuzzi,'3/4 2439sf, 3/2.5, pool, fpl, Owner (904) 230-1509 offer Owner financing renovated homesfor credit! 3.,2. stv,'rig. residential and com-
9/211-7 9/229-3.acre.500sfworkshop. SPRINGTREE- more$625k. 291-1998 on some lots with sale,re DW. c air. WD..ni mercial development
Furn., ants, coil. 1220 HOLLYWOOD AVE. new carpet & paint. Sell it quick! call 3594321 $300down. 70&62136734 late ci piceIW C alr. W/D. l
jewelry. house full 2/1, as is, $175,000. Call 12446 Reler Dr. W. AFFORDABLE QUATYBeautiful Golf Course www.lakerusselIproperties.om from $129- Shngilsid3n-.n6otS2500 oland.Contact: Stephen
Photos and map 254-8762 $250k. 904-797-4611 KeystoneFHometaylie nryea.1350m0 730E606 E.Tillman.9123672;P,
www.charlloyd.com/estateNEW HOMES 334 Heisteome.5BR/4BA,heated OCEANFRONT 3/2 CONDO lasts. 352-266-0188 ORTEGA -City water &
info;502-09868min. to HAS, 2760 Heipool,2.5,manyextras, Completely renov. & sold lempbrookelcom]sewer.Clearedlevel lot
3 Agsq.ft. Large back c1649 SF. Cul-de-sacbonus w/furnishings. $699,999. We can put you in your $45k. Agent 678-859-1259
y 5 tFrom the $150's. 4.acDWhorsesokvd room$490,000.904-377-2111 Ocean 14 Condo. 8th Fir. CUMBERLAND HARBOR- new 3/2 S/W mobile
$1800/mo or Private Oceanfront St..Marys, Ig corner lot, home only $1700. downs
Estate purchase 289K firm. 11374 SWEET CHERRY LN Fi. ww.newhouse4lLcom 2 story, 5/3 /2, 3897sf, BalcOny./Grea4Sandy h f c 695-2255 Acreage
568-6818 S. brk Tint. 4/2.5, fen bk FinancerPrograms.$a5.0055-43216Sandy4n695-22o5r7lleouAcreage
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE yd many citrus trees 786-9135 New 3/2 1/3 ac. fin avail.
All real estate adver- $243,000. Call 998-3933 or $1995. dn 1-877-505-5687 1701 Antler Hill Ct. Riverview lot on Big Lake MOUNTAIN CITY, GA 2BR GUERDON 14x80 2/2, c
nl real estathi aivrwnr. Callm98393wwwr$1995.dnew1-877-5EWCSOMHMS Geore. cre -ofc,2ba,over 1/2 ac, air, stv/frig, deck, shed 60 AC. WAYCROSS 4000ft
tisin9 in this newspoa- 302 Riverside owners.cor id#dgt9776 27&600,5 wCOM NEW CUSTOM HOMES w/SW2/1H. Well& $140K 781-8276 X cond $8500.730-8606 road frontage, hi & dry
p subject to the Low 500's on 1.5 ac+ septic. Access to river. $3200/per ac. all or
meis isut uI egto 3/th FAS C3 ForeOlosur7, Ft. HOMES BY TONEY Orange Park! 904-463-1895/CRC057672 Beautiful area call aft Pre- ConstruCtion Sale HOMES OF MERIT No part. Call 904-704,4214
makesiIIOnly $59,900! Listings 800-749-8124 x556933 Clay WALDEN CHASE4/3, 6pm.386-467-3829 Oct. 1st 2nd. credit.v. 32x60. Apple,
advertise any prefer- 800-749-8124 X55453243yL huge crnr lot, SLakefront $59,900 dishwasher. washer/ 20 acres Interstate
lim iono-RClassifieds work! 359-4321 neTREE TOP ESTATES 3/2tcusntsomfbusolrostf14.5uac.dyfront Save up to $5,000 eq. $473mo. 730- 8606 exit 49. Darien, GA.
srex, onior raselgon /Southside eBerythiCK n/1o.e450fnewlpool LL.rdpti/2fctuiet cv emen nO ready for dev. Breathtaking views 1500ft HWY 251 front-
sex. handcarfelian 305 sB.5 0c.0 rnd patio m factured- co...Wembl Whatley&Da-tyR.E. on allspnrtsalae. JENNINGS, FL-2acw/SW age.912-437-3863 or
status, or n nal- won't 14-4872 patio, home, 2100 sq ft. $459k. 631-84&777 866-866-0521 a o ae M. Ig workshop 912-266-2110
$ 950m, READY NOW. built for tall people Large wooded parcels.e $1032 wo 21st
gin, or an intention, to 100% FINANCING Harbor Woods 542-0234w/631-2623 c. PCS lots of perks; on 1 acre StJohnsbr/3ba$365krLast time at these $51r5003720 N.W. 21st
make any such pref- Invstment Property OK FSBO4/3.2450sf~brick _of land on Orange Park. 2A Nassau Key27s858 cond2b $65k prices. Don't mss out.1523
erence, limitation or Self Employed OK pool home4on 50fIl AsIs. Pay off mortgage345Key County 2ba$680k.904-327-8495 pcallfor'earlysoaut. ndBClMssd R SALE BY
discrimination, Bankruptcy OK, 'scapedcornerlot.By 322 A le $71K. Only interested "0G Call for early tfa gLand HomePAckFOR
includes children under anFointmentnmCaAriePENHOUSE4Ved/2callowtodCr y91OWNER-
Bill/838-9787 $349,9de00n3/AI-CO Company, Inc. LAND HOME PACKAGE Callahan Area
the age 18 living with AFORECLOSURE3BRBuy Open HouseSatSun1-Spin 3/2A -Great behod, detail. 1-866-291-1701 86067 St. Andrew ndominius McKeough Land
parents or legal custo- Only$28,000 For listings 4485 Woodsong Loop below appnr, $153,900. fore 3PM central Yulee, 9/24.9-2; $199K 866-920-5263 3/2 Double Wide
diana. pregnant women 800-749-8124 xF201l 4485_ Wood senLoop w. time.(that's 4PM Florida 2-10 acre tracts
and people securing Call 904-778-4830 time). Must Sell ASAP ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! SUNSErTMTr/ASHVILLE, NC on 1.25 acres in
custody of children Baymeadows Home! 4/2almas Condos Above GroveParkIn Middleburg. / Keystone. $35,000 each.
cusdy of c n lym L 320nWestside Gentle Woods 4-2.5 Bit Fleming Island $419, OWNER-2 You'll love these elegant overlooks city and West $9B0 Down.S5
This newspaper will 800- 749-8124 x5872 2005, concreteaconscr 1 acre private drive, 3oate toMils.B5br/ ba, 3,876sf,
not knowingly accept 1888sf, 2 saory. marge 4/2.4%PoOL2 story Callahan Area the gateway to our $785,000. ColliersDick- Call 291-2735 1-15 acre react
any advertising for real FSBO -Multiple homes 863 Dixon St.L2/1Dr, Lr, bedrooms, 2 car qgr. brick.newacmof, nations oldest city. All lnson3SB-1206Ext.1-15AacreEtract
estate which Is in vio- starting at $84,900 fpl, wd firs, laundry rm. culdesac. m5mles to NAS carletU. windows. 2-10 acre tracts the upgrades and deco- sExt.112 LAND HOME PACKAGE $185,000
lation of the law. Our 237-6046 garage, ch&a, nice JAX.3 miles ltoOP lII. kl.fen.4talgar,wn $13, rated like models. Easy WILDER MOUNTAIN 3R 2Ae io nlewid O
readers are hereby NEWCONSTR.4/2100f area, $85000. obo Open 20 minutestoidwr.,toan 350co-a .00 each. commute to Jacksonville.OWnERf ON TAIN 1.5 Acres In Jacksonville
informeaders ata lleby 427 NTa R.4/2Ci,2$00k. House Sun 9/18 Sat $224K. Joarne Wistner 673-4703 Prices starting at Owner financing, Si acre $980 Down $580 Month 1-
informed that ae l812427TamirindCt,$300k. 9/24.10-6.904-705-5129 AllPro RIty904 343 2469 $3100 building site atop the CallMr. Lewis 793-8385
this newspaper areMAM4/2%L Spacious remod_ SUTTON LAKES 1-15a tract sialiner RiyGrou ,Inc. Cumberland Plateau,. $36,50
available on a equal Timberland ParcS5/4 Pooldfr 52 story huge kit., wd fir, SUBDIVISION $185,000 800-26.2-287 MidTen at.Mountains. LANDy-N-HOM and 626-6393.
0Jacksonville Keman. 3/2.1400 Oxford Chase- Gate now, build later. Ask Allof NEFla.and SE Ga
TO complain o f dis- granite & more. Owner see $179,900.Open SF, Lg Fenced Back Yd, Prkwy 3/2.5, lakefront, about our mini vaca- $500 down FREE Qualifying GA Prop.-12 acres w/
oi- e teleHn 49,900-9519-9177 Sat/Sun 12-4p 81-0388 W1-2 acre tract $280,00.Lots of Addi- tion. Call1-800-763-0085 Cali477-4225orEmallat well&septic, nearMac-
n u m b e r a t Villages of SanJose 100% FINANCING $1195/mo. No Pets. $36,500 tions. Call 612-8897 or 772-263-3775 lohnsales.bellseuth.net cenny. $85k obo. 237-0683
1-800-669-9777. The 2/2.5, For Sale By Owner AWESOME Investment Property OK 11179 Bugatti Court
toll-free telephone $335,000. 731-9966 CEDAR HILLS Self Employed OK CALL (904) 613-4420626-6393.

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375 Farms/ 405 Apartments 410 Condominiums 420 U Houses
S Acreage Unfurnishedi Unfurnished

HAMPTONCO. SC404AC Upscale Condo with Pool BMADWS -3/2, FP,2 car
Exc. hunting & invest 3BR 2BA Updated Kitchen ar 1750sf, f-en y6rd,
1/2 open. 1/2 timber m CAL(904) 242D0411\ sunrm. $1250mo. 813-834
$2375/ac. 843-538-8100 OP/NEAR NAS Brand new Cedar Shores for sale or
IRWIN CO. GA, 28 Acres3/2.5, end unit, 1500sf. rent. 3/2.5, LR.DR.Game
$2500/ac. Rollins Realty gar $llim 50849-9036 room.$1150mo. 779-2867
Owner/Agnt 912- 389- 2m05464- D
OP 3/2.5 New TH gar, DEER CREEK 3000sf
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St. Johns & Downtown. $1250 unfurn, $1500furn,
Free Covered Parking. 904,823.8899/233-9587 Eagle Harbor 4/3, new
LAND SALE Swimmin Pooil paint. hrdwd firs on
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23 -f 888-83-201 i. 103 RDl-Onin theriver x g lan e23-89845/48
2-9 Acres Heating and Air Cond ammen. galore. $1200m+ $2000 904- 673-2276
Gated Private Included in Rent sec. Icn cbl, DSL & trash.
Community 34t.ohnsAvenue smoking.904-3474141 Eagle Harbor 4/3. new
ea r 3S. Vs S 1 N kin.aint.Hrdwd firs, on
ereatio, Lakeas, (904) 38 | 6151 Ema*l: Ponte Vedra Lake Elvd- a on.2 cargar.2300sf,
cooep aakus.reaom La Belieza Condos. lbr $D1800m. 904-673-2276
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Ranches, I Newly Remodeled Large 904-333-7674 tiful new 4/3/3 great
1, 2, & 3BR's, Very Nicel dea $2 0mo.
N. C.9MOUNTAINS Call (904) 751-1510 PVB 1BR FURN. Gated 688-1349
LOG CABIN $8900.comm. Walk to bch.
LO-N 0. KIN GSLAND, GA $1100m.904422-4343 FLEMING ISL -2 story
New shell on secluded t R, fenceind l om at e 4/2/2 corner lot, fncd
2.ac site paved roads, I iare shed, attic, PVS 3 BS TO BEACH yd. play area wd firs.














1919wE. 2 7 lh, WrSTSE O iuu -new luxury,
acool temps, acreage $ 56+ utility. Just Completely Furn2/2, w/d, arm sys, $1300mo
avail. 82256-1004 refurb, ceiling fans, WD fplc, scr oorch, w/d, +-sec. 27s8-6777
OCMULGEE RIVER over hook-up. 912-729-8904 kr ubhs pool,a
$16=0o. 904' 2B& 0620 GREEN COVE SPRINGS
200ac. Nice new O N'side-2br & lbr. OffsUS 17 new home 3/2,
cabin. Planted pines 2 1170 W. 22nd St. PVB -Fairfield lakefront. 1950sf. 2 car gar.
hardwood. Hunter or 713-0496 or 765-4921 2/2. gated, oar, pool kitchen eqptfncd d,
Investor Paradise. tenn $1200 614-4609 $1200m+$ l200dep.
$750k. D:229-423-9781. N'Slde Back to School Spedall 387-4151 or 781-1339
: 229-424-9781 Large 1 ?&3BRF PVB Marsh Cove 2/2.5TH
S376 on c nEdiston 20 o.3 l 2titcai's fplc scrn porch, $1075. + HERITAGE LANDING St.
iveSC 76Oac on -. ledlso1. .'depos it. Call 631-1245 Au community, 4br,
River- FSBO $2000 per CALL 94)7581 1510 Riverfront/Lakewood 3/2 $13O0mo. 916-479-3626
acre. Great hunting S RIvef aullewo 2/2,
Call 803-263-5472 Pl PASSTHIS io!All amenities, greatview, ICW 3/2 Exec hm In
-WARECONTA:$1950 m. Call 349-4144 Windsor Park $1675 incl
232 +/- acres, VolgtNORTHSIDE R'SIDE-On the river next lawn 223-8906 Iv msg
So:uSr, Waycross GA I9scIt to Memorial park, 1/1, ICW-Cute Bungalow1/1




















4 a c s i 1 9 ba C et Scoluuiu
BA I -183.4 acres iriated M IBe all living rm, oak firs, 3765 EvergreenDr.$550O
pecangrove (141Otr es "44 h, a, l ase. fu l kitch. 389-6394 first,last. 904-662-0495
feld.26 acres crop land Ashley Park SAN JOSE,VILLAGES OF ICW -new luxury,
and building site. 1/2 (904)757-0240 2/2 dwnstrs. wdhkup, 3000+sf. 5/3.5, on lake,
acre pond. 3 houses, scrn. prch, kit equipt, total upgrade $2000mo.
c I ening pIan t RIVERSIDE Urban Uvng fpl, $1075+1no dp 731-88 Short term or RTO avail
equipment. Priced at close to 5 points. 1/1 866-1431
$1,3000,0.00, Contact $595mo 380- 4441 S'side-lbr lux condo 86-4
Huddy Hudgens. AIC, pooltennIs,w/d.$85om INVESTORS! Slight fire
Albany Land Co. at SAN MARCO .Avail 10/1 608-2261 damage. 4/1 CH&A. Lrg
229-88 8-0022. Web sites 1 & 2 BR Speclalk fncd yrd. Mkt value
lb Wibcmte CALL 398-9492aes a S'Silde- 2/1.5. newly $lookMake offers 9512
ww0k.348- m CArenovtd. all apple, CH/A, Sisson Dr. 877-477- 1034
Investment SAN MARCO LOFTS patio. $825m0 92-2020
SProperties Incredible living spaces S'slde-3/3,FP., Scrn Prch,
-1450 Flagler 396-9601 $1200mo + dep. 744-0621 ik| W4minIL i,-
Investment Property OK SOUTHSIDE S'slde Bartram Prk Brand KERNAN FOREST -condo
VSelf EmployedOK Duplex., 3/2 $850mo + new TH, 3/2.5 Ic gar, 2/2gated availrnow$93C
Bani ruptcyoK, sec, pets ok, 928-9784 $1500mo. 904-568-0257 ALDEN TRACE-3/2
Mark 904-279-1D00 ST. NICHOLAS Irg 2br. S'SIDE Beautiful 2'2, '51 & 3/2 excellent
BAD CREDIT OK .'d hkp.gr., gated comm Fees inel
DONRT.OWN YOUR HOUSE. $650m-op 399.4826 $1ISOm 904.629.0132 cinoition tile aD ii $950
BUIDQUTY. NOMONYOWNSAN PABLO CREEK-3..- 2.
EILIESRSYH NOWMONEDOWI. W'slde beau 2,I. priv I0. S'lde.Brand Nea 3.2 2 car gar. across
LET USSHOWYOU HOW. DW. WD nkp $575m condo NO pets Alimacan, school. $1295
CALLEJS'04630R0T0 Incis water 998 3933 Call 836.6023 OXFORDCHASE luxury
,BARGAIN STATE.COMIs W'side 2br Duplex w, d ST. JOHNS CO. Palpncia i h.3.'2.5.Gate Parkway
BARGAIN -4acI 3 MN's, hkup no pets$S7m 1- new. 3,2. g 3tea. 2 area. immac $1650
pond,j$199k.l ddlbrg oep lyr lease.504-1810 pools. tennis & fitness REED ISLAND-Ft. Caro
1ctrcbie/int, wtr. trash line area, beaut. custom
,CHEAP INVESTOR LOAN W'SIDE Newly renov 1 & incl w/rent $1275 home, 3/3 and much
ab CE a INETo LA 2 Br's on Ortega River. 904-669-4090 more. $1900
Same day approval, quiet n'hood on site COLLINSWOOD-1yr old.
Fast cIosings.Many mgr,nr public transp. Waterfront w/boat sllip 3/2 backs to woods, all
available. For more Info $600.904downtown.3/2pool1 $1395
call Romy @ 993-7669. weight room and more TIMBERMN PARC condo
EASTSIDE 4/1, ch/al 410 Condominiums $1$5Omo.301-904-4221 1/1,lots of comm.
amenities avail now$850
1919 E. 27th, WESTSIDE luxury 3/2.5 RIVERBROOK-3/2 1600
3/1 1910 E. 27th worth 2/2, 1313sf S'side lake- w/garall appl, 1546sf, sq ft avail now no pets
$150k, selling both front "The Lakes". avail $12 0mo. 695-4911 $1250
k 48560 Oct. 1st. $ mo5457931W'side-3/2, gated comm ATLANTIC BEACH
w/pool.954-931-7268 -Seminole Rd.3/2, car-
w 1vIqq-/tewPark'1a0o+sqft gar- or 845-893-8287. $875m o mrt, availDOc I$1200
Life is Better at the Ton! Arlington private gated appl, $1200mo.Free 2/2 many amenities, like
Extraordinary view lots comm. rand new cable695-4911 new.avami.now $1200
in gated, golf. lake (including all appli-
equestrian community ances) 3br/2 full baths W'SIDE 3/2 on 2nd fir MERRILL PINES-Brand
in nearbywestern NC. 1200sf. washer/dryer balcony facing lake, all new 3/2 condoMerrill
Only 2 Hours from in unit. Irg pool & club appCiances$1000/mo Rd areaava now
Atlanta! Home sites hse $1000. 508-55&5799 Call Mike 561-302-8697or $1200
struction pricing in new Baymeadows/Tinsel- Pam Kkband rew
haeimity.C a aTval townU ainc;l e 93/2. 415 Houses home 3/2,2000 sq.ft plus
y. Call Toil f-reef-or $1195MU in 37051 415 Furnished $1300
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tially rehab. 1771 W.
44th, $46k 708-3278
WHOLESALE PhOPERTIES
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405 Apartments
Unfurnished
3BR 2BA FP Huge
/ Patio cul- de-sac
J Appliances, 2 car
garage, CHA 1450sf
Great schools. Less
than 10 miles fro base.
. $1150mo 600dp/nego-


-3/2 1530sf, all new, fpIc,
lanai., $1195mo. 505-3648
BERKMAN PLAZA -2/2 +
den, 1578sf, riverviews,
upgrades & amenities,
$1750mo. 904,471-2750
BERKMAN PLAZA Lux 2/2
1475sf on river
$1600mo. 707-704-7260
or 904-993-4044
CEDAR CREEK lrg luxury
waterfront 2/2.5 includes
wtr/sew, 2 balconies
w/d, fp pool, dock boat
ramp, 6mi NAS. $95m
MI. Discount. 781-2333
4) Condo For Rent.
S New, $1,150.
| Natured Hideaway
3/2, w/d, pool, 6106
Maggles Circle Bldg.
#13 Unit 107. Taylor
Washington 696- 5565
GREENCOVE Riverfront
Sw/boat slip. 2/2.5, fpl,
wet bar, great views &
ammen $1200m. 501-2848
Jax Bch-2/2.t furn TH,
2 blocks to Bch.MIn 3mo.
$1500mo. Alan 254-9534
Jax Bch-Palms @Mrsh
Ldg. All new, 3/2,
Hrdd. HIt;l. FPL W.'D.
caole. 2 pools tennis
$1350 +dep 759 3140
Jax Beach Ocean Front
3.2. 601 S. SI s St
$3000no.. 568-5967
MANDARIN BRAND NEW
3/2 Be the 1st renter'
$1099mo 321 3034190
MANDARIN -New 2/2.
Avail Oct 1st. no pets
Resort style 298-3274.
Mand-Brand new, 3/2
Gated, all appi Incl.
w/d,pool.$1200. 607-2863
MNDN,Great2BR/2BA,124
7SF. garpool/tennis,+ap
pl/800/mo; 449-3831
NATURES HIDEAWAY
NEW I 3/2, w/d, pool!
6075 Maggies Cir $850
Watson Rity 899-6825
& Nature's Hideway 3/2
1157sf,waterfrnt,gated
1 condo, near NAS, full
equip kitchen W/D
$1000m+dp.904-282-0848


SOUTHSIDE 1/1 cottage,
util's incl'd,w/d access
$200 wk 904-504-2176
-) Westslde
HI ouse-FurnIlshed
4BR/2BR Large
patio, enclosed
auto-garage. Fenced
around 3 miles. NAS.
$1300 Deposit. No pets
772-1077/716-9166

420 Houses
Unfurnished

AMELIA VIEW -Exec. 4/3
pool. No pets. $2500mo
920-210-4499.
Anastasia/Sea Grove
new 5/3.5 marsh beach
house. $2200 860-5564
ARGYLE -3/2, 2 car gar,
all appliances, $120 mo
$1200 dep. 594-6417
ARGYLE 3/2 SPLIT BR, FPLC
Sunroom w/Spa. Refs. $1195
CALL (904) 778-2897

8121 Leafcrest Drive
4/2 174Ssf $1095
Great family
neighborhood'
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ARL -3,i. CH&A. wid no
pets. $800 $800 dep
.44.8339
ARL 3'1, newly remod.
Lake Lucina arep,no pets
S895m*$500dp 744 5313


yo, pool,
1305 Iv msg


O.P-new 3/2,club,pool,fit
cent, bb court 1800 Park
Ave. $975mo. 505-9488
OAKLEAF -Cambridge.
New 3/2.5, lakeview
twnhm w/scrnd lanai 5
$1250 $1300. 504-3789


Yellow Bluff Rd. area,
brand new 4/2, over
2000 sq.ft. $1400
area, off Girvin /Joandy
4/2, 2 car gar. $1300
HOME FINDER REALTY
221-1711 OR 241-5501

HOMES FOR SALE
NEPTUNE BEACH Duplex
each unit is 3/2. Whole
unit for sale.Great area
$389,000.
E.ARLINGTON-
NOTThNGHAM HARBOR,
4/2, over 2100 sq.ftlarge
lot, off Ashley Melisse
and Keman area.
All siding to be replaced
with hardiboard
$250,000
HOME FINDER REALTY
221-1711 OR 241-5501

Jax Bch 2/1.5, 1 bick to
bch, 5 to pier. Carport
w/d, 904-264-0216. $1300mo
JOHNS CREEK (CR 210).
new .lake, 4/3, 2400SF,
$1650mo. 904-226-8680
KENSINGTON -3/2, AC, 2
car gar fncd yd, pool.
tenn, playground, etc.
NO PETS,$1250 mo
incids lawn care
246-6976
KENSINGTON Gorgeous
Lakefront home. 3/2
2car, $1250m. 962-7798
Lake Asbury-Brand New
3/2,-lots of upgrades.
272-0757 or 386-5081
Lakewood 3/1, Conve-
nient/Quiet Nbhd
$920/month 993-1024

LAKEWOOD3/2
wood firs, updated,*
Fireplace, pool
$1100mo. 737-2542

LUXURY RENT TO OWN
From $1750.00/mo
www.leasedluxury.com
(904)807-0910
MAND. 3443 Catamaran.
3/2/2 beautiful lakefrnt,
$1700m. 703-7934
MAND 3/2, fpl, lake, good
area, porch, 2car gar, no
pets. $1125m. 737-5791
MANDARIN -nr 1-95, 4/2.
1674sf, exc cond no
pets. S135Omo 262-d506


71"


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

UANDARIN Beautiful Ranch
3776 Cathedral Oaks Place.
4/3.5.3.332 sq. ft., 2 frplc's,
Attached garage, spaciOus
kitchen, hardwoods,
carpeted, Spanish tile,
French doors, Centrally
located. $3,000 a mo. + sec.,
904-502-2832
www.donaldraustln.com
MIddleburg
1827 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350sf $780
Spacious Living area
FEDERATEDMGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
MURRAY HILL 4/2,
Brand new $950m.
954-914-2126
N'SIde 3/1 Just rehab.
Hud Welcome. CH/A.
carpeting 753-4651
NEW Const 4/2 on pond,
$1750m. Tamlrind Ct,
866-310-1223/425-379-8843
Northside
6881 Crystal River
3/2 1483sf $975
Nice family home
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
NORTHSIDE -Dames Pt.
renovated, 3/1.5, San
Mateo, $875 614-6166
N'slde-3/1.5, Florida Rm.
$875mo.
Call 904-207-3284
N'SIDE RTO 2/1
ch/a, newly renov,
$600m. 904- 535-7461
O.P. OAKLEAF -brand
new 3/2, w/d, frig.
amen, $1150, 378-3036
O.P-4/2, updated, fen
yrd, 2 car gar, $1200mo
+ security .262-3732
OP/OAKLEAF 2400sf, 4/3,
cov. lanai, awesome
open plan. $1475m+sec.
904-505-3942 Perry/Kim
OP/OAKLEAF 4/2
Brand new! Fridge W/D,
$1250mo. 514-1638
OP/ Oakleaf new 2br
1416sf $995; 3 br 14965f
$1100+ dp 954-389-3189
954-394-7467
OP-3/2, $900mo + $900
sec approved credit.
1 acre. 525-1555
V OP 3/2, hdwd firs,
new crpt, pool
access. Located
near OP Mall.
Minutes from NAS Jax.
Only $1150mo.
(904)318-0313
OP Laurel Grove PL 3/2,
cul ae sac. near NAS.
$1050m 993 7821

OP-WATERFRONT-
beaut lake view,
dock. 4/3 $1600m
264-6051
Orange Park
Cedar Bend
473 Crabapple Court
Unit D
2/1.5 900sf $625
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ORANGE PK 3/2 + bonus
1800sf, pool. $1200/mo
214-9522 or 707-7755
Ortega 3/2.5 townhome.
2 story, garage, 1729sf,
$1175mo. 904.370.0426
PALM COAST Brand new
TH. 1966sf, 3/2. $2k/m
w/lst, last & sec. Sale
/Ise purch 904.514-5075
PONTE VEDRA BCH 3/2 2
car gar, comm pool/ten
$1275mo 352-514-1848
QUEENS HARBOUR
4br, 2ba, $2775/mo
www.leasedluxury.com
(904)807-0910
RENT.U'OWN
Hotline. Zero down, all
areas. Call 388- 1208.
San Pablo 3/2 quiet
culdesac fence yd. 2 car
tile. 904-234.6542 $1450
Southside.
3915 Grand Central Place
3/2 1297 SF $975
Close to St. Johns
Town Center
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
S'SIDE 2/1 Remodeled.
1742 Brooker. $700mo
Avail Now 346-1151
S'slde-3/2.5, full lake
view, end unit w/d,
$1690.+ dep. 662-0667
SS-Newer 4/2, 2100sf,
Move In Special!
$1550m 434-4989
ST. JOHNS CO. -1 mi
form WGV, 3/2, 3000sf,
on 1 ac, short term lease
Ok. $2500mo 940-1502
ST. JOHNS CO. -Mura-
bellea World Golf Village.
New 2500sf 3/3/2 +ofc.
on lake, avail 10/1.
$1850mo, pet dep
req.940-9858 955-0769
St Johns Co -Stonehurst
CR210, New 4/2, $1370m.
Sm pets. No smkg. 955-4348


420 Houses
Unfurnished
4 STUNNING Atlantic
Beach Town Home,
Beach Side 20th/
Seminole, 3/2,
garage, fp, fridge. WD.
PCS. No Pets. 955-1302/
992-1797
THE HAMPTON -/ 195,
/9A, 4/3 + bonus, 2806sf,
$1850 mo 716-0263
TOWNHOME 2+ bdrm.
2.SBA $400 cash back/
1st mo $1300. 772-1923
WESTSIDE RENT TO OWN
$0 DOWN! Call
RTO hotline 384- 0856
W'SIDE (2) 3Bdrm
Homes, ch/a, like new.
$800m. Avi Now 346-1151
Westside
2109 Hyde Park Road
3/2 2184sf $1195
Tile & hardwood floors
thru out View of river
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westslde "
5050 Somerton Court
3/2 1200sf $775
Cute home, great location!
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
WESTSIDE -5729 Norde
Dr. E. 3/1.5, $895mo
+dep, no HUD 778-4854
Westslde
6640 Rippling Wave
3/2 1258sf $905
Must see!
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westside
8992 Derrickson Drive
3/2 1186sf $895
Newly renovated!
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westside
9665 Watershed Drive S
4/2 1740sf $1050
New home with lakeview
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westside
Creekside Oaks
Subdivision
1277 McGirts Creek
Beautiful new 4/2 1741sf
$1195 A must see!
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
4. WESTSIDE- furn
4/2, Ig patio, a/c,
auto garage, fen
yd, 3 ml from NAS
$1300 + dep. no pets
avail now 772-1077
W'SIDE 1 or 2 br, H&A
$600/mo, no pets. Call
778-7840 or 502-0974
W'slde-2`1 w/car port.
close to NAS JAX. $600mo
dep 389-1628
W'side-3. 2. CH& A.
2 storS. I acre S850mo
3867-1804
W'side-3,2 $775mo +
$700 dep No Hud No
oets. '3628 Tempest St.
904-813-5493
W'slde- 3/2 TH, CH&A.
wdhkup.near NAS, milt.
disc. $960mo.786-3752
W'SIDE 3br Houses
CH&A, w/d hkp frig,
stove, 904-384-5833
W'slde-Smin from HAS.
3/2, study, w/d,
refrigerator, garage, Ig
fenced yard. hard
wood/ceramic floors,
references required.
$1100mo + $1100
dep.378-9877
W'slde Beautiful 4/2 new
neighborhood, FP.Close
to NAS.850-623-1843 or
916-479-1482 $1300mo
Yulee
86916 Cartesian Point
Lovely new 3/2 1422sf
home with large eat in
kitchen $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Yulee-Heron Isles. NEW
3/2. $1050mo + dep.
916-300-3039

A425 Manufactured
o Homes


Call 695 -2255
MIDDLEBURG 2/1, remod,
country setting, $595mo
+ dep 282-6766
N'SIDE2BR, AC, 14X50
patio, $125wk or $500m
765-9714 No pets
Westside 2b/2ba MH
$600 + deposit
Call 591.6372

430 Roommates

ARLINGTON female pref,
responsible person no
dogs, $425m0 525-5896
4 Female Nurse
Ensign Brand new
t Condo, Jax
Beach-3 Bed-
rooms 2 Roommates.
Males/Females $750
Each Utilities included.
Call 703-625-9474


ARGYLE SOUTHSIDE
8136 Great Valley Trail11035 Sante Fe St. N
3/3 1192sf $875 3/2.5 1432sf $1025


9314 Prosperity Lk Dr
3/2/2 1845sf $1150

8192 Leafcrest Dr
4/2 1745sf $1095
Corner lot


8347 Staplehurst
4/2 1452sf $1085
Fenced

SAN MARCO
2043 Dunsford Terr
2/1 900sf $625-$750
Community Pool

OAKLEAF
3694 Silver Bluff
4/2 1519sf $1150

8158 Tower Falls
3/2.5 1623sf $950


ORANGE PARK
523 Kevin Drive
3/2 1800SF $1025

1969 Swallow Run
3/2 1219SF $895


2626 Traymore Ave
4/2 1962sf $1295
Pool, screened patio
and fenced yard!

WESTSIDE
11273 Panther Creek
3/21994sf $1150

9263 Whisper Glen
4/2 1450sf $1025

7349 Bunker Ct
3/2/2 1485sf $995


ICW 5126 Somerton Court
2810 Mooresfield Ln 3/2 1379sf $825
4/2 1676sf $995
/2 Off First Months Rent
JULINGTON CREEK CINNAMON LAKES
212 Northridne Court 7517 Ginger Tea
3/2.5/11304sf $975 3/2 1425sf $960
WORLD GOLF YULEE
VILLAGE 86916 Cartesian Pt
758 Mackenzie Circle 3/2 1422sf $1095
4/2 1745sf $1195
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430 Roommates

4 Female Nurse
Ensign Brand new
dondo
Jax Beach, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 roommates,
males/females $750
each. Utilities included
Call 703-625-9474
Kernan Blvd.- room for
rent.$395mo.379-4717
High Morals/No Smoking
NEPTUNE BEACH
Looking for Roommate
to Share Hm with Pool!
CALL (904) 242-0411
Off 210/95 Single female
only, no smkg or pets.
$700mo inc ut 449-0792
ORANGE PARK female
only. Near 1.295, $300/
mo + $50 util. 228-8135
Riverside-Share house
M/F. Fum/Unfurn
$400m. 699-8362
.. ROOM FOR RENT
in Private Home
V Orange Park Area
$435.mo No Lease.
Call 704-4319 or
307-8463
SRoommate Wanted
SYulee 3 Bedroom 2
Bath $380 includ-
ing utilities,
washere and dryer
904- 548- 0772
Roommate Wanted
Yulee, 3 Bedroom 2
f Bath. $380 includ-
ing utilities,
washer & dryer
904-54& 0772

A St. Mary's Furn
Sor unfurn 3/2
. I house in Sugarmill.
$550, util incl. Call
904-430-0133
WESTSIDE LG room for
rent, utis incl, $450mo .
Non smoker. 778-2521

43S Rooms
435 to Rent

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

ARL-near J.U. $500 mo
Includes all utilities and
phone. Non-smoker,
no pets. 821-0759
N'slde/E'side
$75- $110/wk Free week
avail. Tony d16-5736
O.P-NIce room w/hot
tub & pool. $140wk +
dep. 505-8678
OP Gorgeous home, gar,
Golf crse pool, pvt bath
$700mo Inc uti1803-0843
SOUTHSIDE $500 incl
utilities w/pool. grt loc,
nice home. 733-7033
Beach/""
440 Vacation/
Resorts
Bass Fishermens
Paradise. Stohns River
rental.ID#10686
www.weneedavacation.com
JAX BCH OCNFRNT Condo
Very nice, sips 6, Festive
area $695wk. 424-8389
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine $495w.
352-376&9644 www.
oldcity.com/oceanfront
SO Commerciall
500 Industrial
For Sale
Arlington 5000sf Bldg.
2K sf A/C, tall bay door,
$269,500. 962-6200
Camden Co.GA.
1800 sq ft office condo in
busy medical complex.
$160,000 or lease for
$1600/mo.(912) 227-0294

Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
REGENCY AREA -
Office /Warehouse 1500sf,
813-6242 / 813-6487
S'SIDE-Whse+ ofc,
12,000sf, $4.80/sf, 20ft
cell, 12ft bay door, 646-3700

515 Office Space
For Rent

JAX BCH 1550sf Links
13th Ave S. across
from Baptist Hosp.
$16.95sq ft.+tax.
904-241-9944 x104
RIVERSIDE ROSELLE ST.
3400SF Asking $1490mo.
PINE ST/RPS398 1044
W'SIDE OFC SUITES from
up to 3000sf, $12psf full
.svc. Until. & Jan. Incl.
Scott or Tom 384-3666

520 Retail
520 For Sale

Victorian Cottage approx
1200sf. too cute to be
demolished, must move
Call 904-264-7325

n50 Business
J Opportunities

#1 REAL ESTATE
BUSINESS -Stop fore-
closures I Easy.
Lucrative 877-230-5833
Exciting New Health Cafe
Franchise. Call for free
Info. 919-761-9390
JEWELRY STORE FOR
SALE-turnkey opera-
tion. $15k 221-5630
LAWN SERVICE 7
Lawns- $3500 obo. SS,
N. Mand 699-6780
ULiquor License. 4COP;, Duval
County, $200,000
Call (904) 631- 6917
NICHE MARKET
d I Business Oppry 2005
$10k invest, free video
800-330 3684 BOB2484

ONLINE GIFT STORE
Perfect timing for
holiday shopping
Profit aole lines, full
training, no indepth
computer exp req
Home based.
Serious expansion
possibilities. 148k
Call 407 322-4242

RESTAURANT -turnkey,
fully equip, great Ioc..
Jax Beach on 3rd with
drive thru. S78.500 Thomas


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Personal Loans all with
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Credit accepted we
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605 Schools


REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Oct 10
8 Week Eve Class Oct 17
Superior Instruction
www.myfe.com
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700 Domestic

BABY-SITTER, Teenager
needed few wkend nights
a month for 7yr old,
Mandarin ref's. 733-1683

. Babysitter Needed
Sat NAS Jax. Exp req'd.
1 Days and hours TBD.
Backgrnd chk. Salary
neg. Please Call
904-908-0003 EOE

NANNY FOR TODDLER.
French prefd. Beaches
loc. Bnfts. Fax 242-0276
or call 242-0200

NANNY FT needed to
care for 3 children ages
4,2 & months in Jul-
ington Creek. Light
house keeping. Look-
ing for fun loving, exp'd
professional to start
mid-October to early
November. Must drive
& have references. Call
Theresa at 230-3795


702 Service

Raven Transport Is in
need of a Recruiting
Coordinator to work
w i t h i n o u r
Recruiting/Driver
Support Department.
This person must have
excellent telephonic
and interpersonal
skills, be capable of
Sperforming multiple
tasks in a fast paced
environment and be
proficient in Word and
Excel. You must be
well organized and
detail oriented with a
positive friendly atti-
tude. Sales and/or
Customer Service
experience a plus.
Interested parties may
submit a resume via
fax (904)781-8799 or
e-mail Bill.Wlese@
raventrans.com


705 Financial


COLLECTORS
5 Openings
Exp. Only.Top pay and
bonuses. New dept
start-up opportunity.
Infinity Collections Inc.
Located on Sunbeam
Center Rd.
E-mail resumes to
JPSURE@bellsouth.net


706 Accounting/
7 vu Bookkeeping

ACCOUNTING/CON-
STRUCTION COORDI-
NATOR to handle
clerical work for small
construction company
a/p, p/o, permits,
spreadsheets, corre-
spondence, mail,
phones, and faxes, etc.
Strong data entry and
computer skills a must.
Successfully candidate
will be upbeat, orga-
nized and detail ed
orientated. Degree a
plus but not required.
Send resumes to Fax
904-358-9702 or e-mail
resumes@srghomes.com
ACCT RECEIVABLE
-30hrs/wk real estate
appraisal offc in man-
darin, Strong QB exp
REQUIRED, Fax Resume:
262-1109

707 Driver
DRIVER NEEDED
For Roll Off truck. Drug
Test required. Starting
pay $11/hr Call 696-7843
or 696-9708
TANK DRIVER Loc/ reg/
OTR, dedicated $1000up
2 yrs OTR 904,476 7284

DRIVERS & SUPPORT
PERSONNEL
Blount Island
Jaxport
CDL A OR B A PLUS
Former military
Encouraged
Day one benefits!
Call Royal Staffing
Services today
(904)732-9300


DRIVERS
Business is Booming!
CCC is one of the most
progressive truck load
carriers in the nation.
Our drivers are ben-
efitting by our new pay
pkg and various dedi-
cated fleets. We need
experienced drivers
that want to be home
daily. Full benefits.




Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32209
764-4516
CCC is an EOE Drug Free
Workplace.
DRIVERS BV&B hiring
CDL-A, 2 yrs exp. SE
region, home nights &
wknds. 904 358.1322.
DRIVERS CDL A or B
$1000 sign on bonus!
Deliver roofing materi-
als to rooftop. Clean
MVR. Repeat heavy
lifting. Exc pay, pd
medical, vac., 401K.
EOE/DFWP. Apply at
4930 Spring Park Rd. or
call 904- 674-0375

Drivers CLASS B
Apply at 2240 Dennis St.
2 yrs food deliver exp.
helpful, $9.25/hr. review
after 3mo's bring MVR if
possible. 354-7600


DRIVERS
Jacksonville based
route for
independent
contractors needed
with full size cargo
van. Must have good
driving record & prof
attitude. Please Call
1-800-650-9211



Pay by the load +
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benefits. Apply 8160
Baymeadows Way, W.


No Application Fees!!!

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qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as
sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage
sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
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FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL
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Drivers
Wanted
Drive a late model
vehicle
Earn $600 to $800
per week
Taxi, Para-Transit,
Shuttle
Jax, Beaches Area
& St. Augustine
Call Tim Collins
904-493-5250
for appt.

FUEL OIL DELIVER- Must
have class B CDL clean
Driv rec, 904-356-3600
GREEN COVE LOCAL
DRIVER -CDL Class A.
$10.00/hr+bnfts 272 4718
LOCAL DELIVERY DRIVER
Class A or B lic. 2 yrs min
exp. Full bnfts, com-
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contact Info & exp to
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MESSENGER/COURIER
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TRUCK DRIVERS needed
earn $800.$1000 per wk
Company provided CDL
training for those who
qualify. School grads.
welcome. CallAMG
866 374-0764


709 Aviation
COMMERCIAL
AVIATION FUELER
Signature Flight Sup-
port (a BBA Aviation
Services Group com-
pany)world's largest
FBO and aviation sup-
rort network has an
immediate opening for
a full time Commercial
Aviation Fueler at our
JAX Int'l Airport facility.
Ex preferred but not
required. $9/up comm
w/exp. Must have valid
drivers license, HS
DIploma/GED and flex-
iblb e availability. Can-
didates must pass drug
screen, 10 years back-
ground check. Apply in
person before 9/30 at:
Signature Flight Support
JAX IKnt I Airport
14700 Youngerman Drive
An Equal Opportunity
Employer
GENERAL AVIATION
FUELER
Signature Flight Support
(a BBA Avfation Ser-
vices Group company)
- world's largest FBO
and aviation support
network, has an
immediate opening for
a full time General
Aviation Fueler at our
Cecil Commerce Cen-
ter facility. Exp. pre-
ferred but not required.
$9./up comm.. w/exp.
Must have valid drivers
license, HS Diploma
/GED and flexible
availability. Candi-
dates must pass drug
screen, 10 year back-
ground check. Apply in
person before 9/30:
Signature Flight Sup-
port. Cecil Commerce
enter, 13365 Aero-
nautical Circle. An
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- world's largest FBO
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drivers license. HS
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required. Candidates
must pass drug
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& UP (comm.. with exp.)
plus bens. Apply in
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i ne & transp. 13- Beach Blvd.c641.5033 -o--KLT condition$250. $375904-725-0009 obo. 525-6946 LAB -pups. U KC/ AKC,
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must. Cal 838-3827 or We are seeking a pedi- w- I MP Labs Puppies 6 weeks
i Ofc.264-7086 otnc M.A. withld, black, S/W, HC.

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benefits health, Also hiring a family Experienced line cook. LAsNn 1oAot e
dental, pfd holidays, practice M.A. with BM0. Day/Night shifts avail. ] female dog for Companion
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10439 Alta Drive COK-HRN*Great Pay!* Benefits CO-HINGr .Call1291-4880 afer 5pin Ffhmhe'
714-0041 x16 for those who qualify! ALL LEVELS been more important. Many career opportunities Minioture Dachshunds Travel Trailer's
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calls & remodeling 1855i cal 2S 507
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Cassat Ave#113896609 DANCERS, BARTENDERS, service. A part-time commitment reaps full- Heat GUARANTEEDICets.
CNA's & HHA's SER2 SECURIT$ 220-7434 GUARANTEED.
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repairdshop. 288,9 detail oreinted & orga- No Mandatory Tip Outs -- kennel trn, crate incrd
nized Fax res 260-2256 Wackos 399-1110 $300smart dog 294-7628 9- -16
ROOFER &t 1^ ROOFER S30sarog 29-7684 130 cce
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pay Call 237-4700 ARNP/FA F/T & P/r for ER 12T BULPUPEkS
LABORATORY MEDICAL Waitstaff and Secui $1502 9w4-e3k7s8-3184
ROOFERS & ROOFER TECHNOLOGIST PRN w/csll Day/Nghsifts avail. $10 904EVE378-3184DS
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transportation and (386) 496-2323 F277 Western Way Cir. REE full blooded 264-5176 age, ext warranty, mint
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1300 Motorcycles
4, Harley Davldson
'99- Softail. cus-
tom lazer, red, only
4800 miles. Lots ot
chrome. Garage kept
$11.000 obo 868-2325
a HARLEY DAVIDSON
S12003 100th Anniv.
\jlRoad King stage
-one, nice, xtras,
solid, dark blue.
$17,000. Low miles.
622-8391
HARLEY SOFTAIL
S CUSTOM '90s & s
Icarb. 10 :1 pistons,
+extras. $6,000obo.
For d e t a ls ;
912-510-7104. Iv msg
SHonda CUR 1100XX
S"02 Sliver Chrome
i wheels, undertak
Corbin seat, tinted,
windscreen. $7500 OBO
317-7936
4, HONDA CBR 1100XX
2002-Silver, chrome
Nl w wheels, undertake
corbin.seat tinted
windscreen $7500.00 080
Call 317-7936
HONDA CR85R '03
Motorcross Bike. Excel-
lent cond, new ProCir-
cult exhaust, traded up,
must sell $1895.389-7700
SHonda F3 600
One owner 10k ml,
41 New tires, helmet,
two wind shields.
leather boots. Call Matt
904 223-6592 Cell
838-7318. $3000
SHonda Siadow 2002
1100, $5500
S Call 509-5200
4 Honda VLX
2003-600cc 12k
miles, runs like
new! Lots of
extras! Asking $3200
OBO. Call Darryl
333-0478
4 SUZUKI RM 125 '02
Excellent cond.,
$2300obo.
Ev: 729-7932 or
days 573-3221
4 Suzuki Rm-80 dirt
bike,rebuilt, top end
low hrs $800 080
202-8164/476-7694
YAMAHA 1100
Silverado '04 $7800
Call 77&-7886

1310 Auto Parrts
SBed Extender For
Ford Ranger Edge
Pickup 2002. Never
used. $100.
912-576-3130


1310 Auto Parts
a diamond Chrome
L Wheels
Locking lug nuts.
W/275/45R/20.
Goodyear Eagles GTII
tires fit Explorers,
Expedition, Navigators,
F-150's, $1500
904- 535- 4145
FACTORY WHEELS &
TIRES-All truck models
available & some cars.
$300 and up.
904-291-4646 Luke
Fiberglass ARE Truck
Stopper.dark blue.2yrs
Soldfits Chevy short
bed $750. OBO
904- 249- 5261/904-35-5557
4, FOUR CAR TIRES
S215/60R/16 Con-
SI tinnel Touring 500
miles $200. Call
904-276-7944
Honda CRS-SI 1991, 1.6
J a p a n e s e Z C
motor,30.OOmlles,wings
west kitmany extras,Parts
Only. Call 6209387
STI REk1-New
215/75/R15. Also
Chevy Astro Alum
Rim $49. Must sell
Call 278-6251
Transmission
S200R4-clean, low
4 | > mileage, includes
torque converter
and shifter cable. $575.
372- 0543/270- 5126 x 9526
Transmissions-
professionally reblt.
Starting at $389. Free
towing, install, in house
financing avail. 904 -
272- 3544,.1- 888-420-3880
1320 Antiques/
132 Classics
S 1957 Buick
Roadmaster 75
4 DR. $5,000 OBO.
Engine needs work.
Cell 383-2292
CHEVY Steet Rod 1935,
Load. $30,000.
Call 266-2156
4, Classic 80 Olds
SCutlass Aprx 46800
t l org. miles, looks &
runs great Heat,
air, stereo, org. color
blue. 904-276-2661,
333-6904
JAGUAR XKE 2+2 '72.
V-12, AC, excellent
shape, priced for Immed
sale. $15,845. 389- 7700

1325 Automotive
2NDBUYAUTO.Com
CLEAN USED CARS


2004 Ford F-150
Extended Cab, 4x4
must sell this week: $15,995


2003 Toyota Tundra
Extended Cab
must sell fast: $18,995


2004 Chevy Malibu LS
Fully Loaded
priced to sell immediately: $11,995


2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Loaded, Immaculate Condition
must sell quickly: $14,945


2004 Ford F150
4x4, Crew Cab, Immaculate, Loaded
must sell very quickly: $24,975


2005 Dodge Neon SXT
Loaded, Excellent Shape,
$500 Down W.A.C.: $200"**PER Mo.


1995 VW Jetta
Nice Car
priced for a quick sale:


$1,695


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SALES HOURS:
MON-SAT: 9:00-9:00 SUN: 12:00-6:00

SERVICE HOURS: I Call For Appointment:
MON-FRI: 7:30-6:00 904-389-7700
SAT. 8:00-12:00 Jeff or Brian


1325 Automotive

West Intercoastal
S 2- car garage
fenced backyard,
fireplace alarm
system.automatic irri-
gation. Lots of extras.
Call 904-813-9854
SEXY & LOADED
BMW 2004 Convertible
325CI Classic Silver with
Gray Int. 14,000 miles,
Showroom Clean
$38,000. (352)494-3434
BMW 325dc 2002,
Auto, Prem Pkg,. Loaded
$32,988 371-4728
BMW 3251A 2002,
Auto, Prem Pkg, Low miles,
$25,788 371-4728
BMW 5301A 2002,
Auto, Prem Pkg, CD.
$30,988 371-4728
BMW S301A 2002
Auto, Prem Pkg, $30,988
371-4728
BMW 7451I 2002
Very Clean Car, Loaded
$47,988 371-4728
BMW Z3 -'01, AT, loaded,
low ml, $20,875. Call
904-502-1648
BMW 23 3.0 2002 Auto,
Loaded, Very clean, 6cyl
Engine $26,788 371-4728
BUICK ROADMASTER
-Estate Wagon Lid '95.
less than 55k mi.
loaded, great cond.
$6500 388-1597
CADILLAC CATERA '00
St#F364 $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 37: 4l47
Cadillac Deville
'94 A/C, leather,
S tilt/cruise, new
tires power
loaded, wood trim, Call
233-5548 $5,000
Cadillac Sedan Deville
'95.Loaded 91,500mi
new ac comp. alt & frnt
brks, $5,800. 771-5446
CHEVY MAUBU LS '04
St#F554 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY MALIBU LS '02
St#F290 $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY TAHOE LS '04
St#1924A $22,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CORVETE 1996.
S 6-speed, LT-4,
STarga, excellent
mech, like new
tires, option ZR-1,
wheels/tires. $13,000
904-616-6008
FORD FOCUS '00.
Immaculate condition,
loaded, priced fdor fast
sale! $2845. Call 389-7700


1325 Automotive
4. Ford Expedition
S XLT Fully loaded.
S A/C P/S P/B P/
Auto, tow package
4x2. $28,000 OBO
904-291-25795
904-887.1564
4. Ford Explorer XLT
S99, 4WD, tow hitch
all maintenance
rec'ds, excellent
cond. 111k miles. $5200
neg. 904-699-9051
904-699-9048
Ford Mustang '98 Cony.
6cygoreat gas mileage.
10K highway miles but
body, engine and top in
excellent cond. $4300
OBO. Call 904-553-9947
a, Ford Mustang '97,
SRed, 6cyl. Auto, pw,
V I f pl, pds' runs great,
152k miles well
Maintained 374-25618
$3400
FORD TARUS '05
St#F439 $12,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
A Ford Taurus 4 DR
SSedan ONLY 26,
O 900miles! Part of
SEstate Liquidation
MUST SEE $7,000.
904-635-2975.
4, Ford Taurus 4Dr
Sedan Only 26,900
m Miles! Part of
Estate Liquidation
Must See $7.000
635 2975
-L MC Jimmy-'96,
Sps.p./w. p-I. AC. CD
Leather new tires
$4700 OBO Call
771 1919 leave msg
HONDA ACCORD '04
St#F661 $19,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD '03
St#F660 $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD '03
St#F278 $19,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD '92
Police Inpound! $550!
Listings 800- 749- 8116 X7327
4, Honda Accord SE,
.02 V6, 6-CD,
S leather, sunroof,
electric cruise,
burgandy, loaded,
garage kept, malnt.
records, call 491-7996
1- Honda Accord SE
S '02 V6, 6CD,
I leather, sunroof,
electric, cruise,
burgandy, loaded
garage kept, main.
records. Call 491-7998
HONDA CIVIC '95
Police Inp. $5001 Usting94
800.749-8116 x1848
Honda Civic LX '00
loaded by org. own, all
maint papers 904-284-3882
4, Honda Civic
SLX ,5spd,manual
lb75Kmi excellent run-
ning carNo air,$4500
OBO. Cail 294- 3564/992-6877
4 Honda S-2000
'01. Convertible
1 4cyl, speed, Yel-
low Power Top, 15k
miles 30mpg AM/FM/CD
Factory Warranty
$22,900 Doyle
904.213-8783
INFINITY 045 T '99 white,
loaded, lthr,58k mi, exc
cond. $14,999; 280-2293
4, Jeep Cherokee '01
S Sport pw, PDL,
| JAuto,$107k miles
$6900 Call 729-8522
KIA SPECTRA '04. Fully
loaded, in excellent
shape, will finance with
$200 down. Call 389-7700
LEXUS ES300 '93-4dr
Sedan, V6, blk, $4700
Must Sell! 374-0472
LEXUS GS300 '02
St#F665 $26,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
UNCOLN LS V8 001
St#F701 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877


1325 Automotive

T 1974, Classic
I Roadster, red, tan,
inter Conv./Hard-
top custom car, cover,
auto/ac "runsgreat".
(904)278-6251 or
542-8894
MERCEDES CLK430
CAB-'01. triple silver,
like new. Navi, ph, new
tires, ext warr. 42.500
mi, $37,900 904-471-0004
MERCEDES S-430 '00
Only 38,500ml. Like new
$30k. 377-6219
MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS
'01, low ml, $9,750
223-3677
.Q Mitsubishi Eclipse
Con. Spyder GS'99
4 2nd Owner, new
top, 95,000 miles
New tires. Exc cond
$7900.387-5615
NISSAN 3OOZX -'85. good
eond, T-topSM.5runs
good;, $= 7-3963
NISSAN ALTIMA '05. Very
sharp, cleanest in town,
must sell veryquickly
$11,975. Call 389-7700
NISSAN ALTIMA -'96,
$900 stereo, $1000 rims,
newly rebit eng. $2450
obo, looks and runs
brand new 476-6729
904-219-7582
Oldsanbile Alerao L "01
4DR. Good condition.
Leather AM/FM, CD
$500S0 obo. 4/&0992
Pontiac Trans Am
S99 Red, leather,
T. tops. VS fully
S loaded multi-cd
player. Excellent con-
dition. New tires
$11,800 904- 2915795
904-887-1564
PORSCHE 911- '04, 40TH
Anniv. Edition, $70k
Call 904-759-4632
PORSCHE 928S '86
63k orig ml, showroom
condition perfect orig
paint, no body dings
perfect int. new a/c
system, ($3,000) fac-
tory auth 60k service
completed ($4,000)
$15,000 firm CallMitch
904-610-0707
a Saturn SL-'9, 4dr,
T good condition,
| l$25%00 or best offer.
Phone 249- 5261.
Jimmary2@comcast.net
Good Gas Mileage
VW CABRIO '00 Convert,
exc cond, ext'd wrty,
$12,800 904- 997- 8364
VW Cabrio-'00
Convertible, per-
mu I, feet condition,
S must see. 9- speed
leather red. 6-disc CD,
89,000 mile, 1- owner
$1s,300. 912-674-0611

1335 $2000 or Less

brakes, water
pump $1200 obo.
Good vinyl top. Con-
verted to 134a. Charles
(904)317-7157
CHEVY CAMARO -'89,
w/T-tops, needs plugs,
runs great, $1950 obo.
232-4018

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Welcome!
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must sell this week!
Quad Cab


2005 Dodge Stratus SXT
Outstanding Condition, Fully Loaded
must sell: $350 Down


2002 GMC Denali
Immaculate Condition
must sell fast: $22,995 .

2005 Chevy Impala LS
Excellent Condition
priced for a quick sale: $16,995


2004 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Convertible
priced to sell this week: $16,545


2000 GMC Sonoma
Extended Cab, Excellent Shape, Loaded
priced to sell this week: $5,975


2005 Dodge Caravan SXT
Loaded,
must sell fast: $18,995

1994 Honda Accord
Don't miss this one
priced for immediate sale: $1,895


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1335 $2000 or Less
CHEVY SILVERADO -'90.
2500, tow pkg, IC AC.
loadedneeds transom
$1900 obo 778-1670
S Flero GT
T 1987,Project car
S| V6,Sspd,rebullt
"- engine needs some
workBlack,$1200.00
OBO. Call 317-7936
SFlero GT Pruoject
Scar 187,V-6, 5-spd,
rebuilt engine,
needs some work,
black $1200 OBO
317-7936
4, Ford Taurus '94
White, auto. p/w,
p/I, cc 150k miles
'$1200 OBO
904-282-5647
HONDA ACCORD '94
Auto in excellent shape,
need to sell very fast!
$1595. Call 389-7700
HONDA ACCORD '92
Police Inpoundl $550!
Listings 800-749-8116 X7327
HONDA CIVIC '95
Police In. $5001 UstLings

OLDS 88 91 123k ml.
good condition. very
clean, runs great $2000
OBO Call 904 501 3350
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 95
Great ;nape._priced lor
aulk sale $147 389 7700
$5001 POLICE INPOUNDS
Car' from $500' Listings
600-749 8116 x2529
Trucks /
1340 Trailers/

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CLEAN USED CARS
CADILLAC ESCALADE n03
St aF221 $36.988
TCM BUSiH ALU10P'LEX 371 -47
CHEVROLET AVALANCHE
'03. Loaded, very clean.
priced to sell last at
$19.995 Call 389 7700
CHEVROLET BLAZER T00
St F531A $9,988
TCM BUSH AuOPLE. 171 48677
CHEVROLET TAHOE *03
SrC6125A $18.788
TCMBUSH AU70TPLA 31l 4\ k7
SChevy Long Bed
T '81 305. VS. Runs
..,Great $1.500 OBO
5349488
Chevy 51D 1991
.-p.-rid 1.5fi.- ,0a:
4 -Tan-lr ro-,Dnrs [u ,pper
c3all aner 7.0Xi1m).. J
278 ;9t6. run. goua
CHRYSLER PACIFICA '04
Std466A $19.988
TCM BuiHA 8lUTOPLfta- 371 4h-7
Dodge 1500 SLT Larmie
01. quad cab under
70Kml. all extras, red
$17.000 neg 4245843
SDODGe DRakota Tr"ck
199. 14 miles. 5
speed, new clutch;
upgraded sound
system; reliable trans-
portalion $2000 C3il
after 5pm 729 5936
DODGE DURANGO '03
StrFSOI501A $14.988


Skippy's






77 CJ7 JEEP, HARD TOP & SOFT, 6 CYL. ,


82 PORSCH 928, (V8), 5 SPEED
COLD AIC, LOOKS GREAT & DRIVES GREAT 7 I I


2001 FORD RANGER, EDGE, XLT XCAB, V6, ,
LOW MILES WITH COLD NC


2001 PONTIAC FIREBIRD CONV. DARK BLUE WITH ,
BLACK TOP. LOW MILES & EXCELLENT CONDITION



2125 State Road 16

St. Augustine, Fl 32084

Call: 827-1230

Fax: 827-1240
COl04271


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
DODGE RAM 1500
'97, 4X4. SLT. Club
S Cab V, AT. AC,
Cond $8,500 Call
545-7646
DODGE RAM
S150SLT '96
Long bed,
Excellent cond.,
many xtras. $7200. obo.
Cal 904- 406-0060

4, long bed, excellent
cond, many extras
$7200. OB 904-406-006
Dodge Stratus ES '98
SBlack, Black leather,
IV6. CC, AC, AM/FM
/CD Power windows,
locks, seat, automatic
$3500 729-2724
j F-50 Super Crew 03
/ 5.4L, Leather, tow-
ing pkg. Tonneau
cover, CD pwrpkg,
garage kept 28,300
miles. Warranty
710-9353 $21,500
FORD EXPEDITION '00
St#3703A $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371 4877
FORD EXPLORER SPORT-
'03. a/c pw. V6. chrome
rims & tires, very good
cond $13.500 obo
406-5650 9041-514-.9712
FORD EXPLORER XLT '04
SportTrac. 26k fully Ided.
AT. leather. $21k obo
904463 1292
FORD F-150 -'88, XLT
Lariat, to settle estate
733-1998
FORD F150- '95. 4x4.
302ci. exc work truck
bediner. ext cab tool-
box many elrtras new
rear end & brakes, gd
ot Rd tires no rust or
dents 4-100 265-3487 or
229-6042
FORD F150 Ext Cab 04
4x4. low miles, cleanest
in town runs good, must
sell now$15.995. 389 7700
FORD F150 XLTI 04 Crew
Cab. Immaculate con-
dition Can finance with
zero down. Call 389 7700
FORD F-250 .'73. AT.
work truck, rebit
transm. new tires.
many new parts. $1100.
David 352-475-5773
FORD TARUS SES '04
St#F346 $10.988
TOM BUSH 5UIOPLEL 371 4677
FORD TBIRD '03
Std3374B $25.988
TOM BUSH AuTOPLE. 371 4a7
SGMC Sierra- '00
Extended cab.
black, tint. power
locks & windows
Excellent condition. 66k
miles. $12.600 OBO
912 729 7474
GMC SONOMA 00 Ext
Cab. Great condition.
loaded, must sell very
fast $5975 Call 389 7700
niU VlIKMn DENAL I 02


339B $19.888
mirOPLX i 71 17
mer H2 '03-


Trucks /Trucks /
1340 Trailers 1340 Trailers /
SUV's SUV's
Q, HONDA CRV 2000, JEEP LIBERTY'02
A/C, auto, cruise, St#8038A $13,988
L138k, exc cond. TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877
$8000 obo. Call
Mike (904)282-3539 EXUSR00 '01
4, Honda Pilot '04 St#F688 $22,588
Great on gas; seats TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
I118' extra seats for
n big families. Ask- IER 9
ing payoff 27 000. Call NISSAN XlERA '02
673 0045; 258-0558 St#1691A $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 ISUZU AMIGO -'98,
shalow ml great TOYOTA SEQUOIA -'04
1 shape, 5sp. CD, SR5 silver Ithr, loaded,
sunroof, blue, good new tires, exc cond 25k
starter car $5000 0. ml, $29.9k 219-476U
Call 850-313-1020
ISUZU RODEO '03 TOYOTA TUNDRA SRS 03
St#F534 $13,988 Ext Cab, auto, very clean.
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 loaded, need to sell fast
JEEP CHEROKEE'03. Fully
loaded, low miles, in
excellent shape, need to 1345 Vans/Buses
sel Iast$13,995. 389-7700 v

SpGrand
hrokee 1993 Chrysler Tovn &
Good Conditlon. Country LSI
$4000.912-729-1469 Maroon Excellent
cruising minivan.
JEEP LIBERTY -'03 Ltd 149k. Many extras to
Edition 25k mi, loaded, list. $3000 OBO Call


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Forida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD

At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673



COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS

Green Cove Springs 264502


COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S.1-800456-1689
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277



KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
TERRY HYUNDAI
6400 Blanding Blvd. 777-5550



ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200



CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD
CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454


COGGIN KIA
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
RAY CARTER KIA
A373 Rlsandinn Mir 771-607R


LAMBORGHINI -ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longod/Otando R 407339-3443


MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


NRTl FLORIDA U LN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000


LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ww.worldimportsusa.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911

MAZDA CITY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779,0600



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 2609222
www.dtyautomotive.conm
CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000

MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.&1 Not StAKg904-79W9

MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400

COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs 2644502

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
3919 Phillips Hwy. 733-1616


BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155



ROLLS ROYCE. -ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagn BW
LogwoodxOdand o 407339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www.nknnit.com


SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071
SATURN OF REGENCY


1345 Vans/Buses
DODGE CARAVAN '05.
Loaded, low mi, immac
shape, for immediate
sale $14,995. 389- 7700

4, GMC Safarl-8 Pass
SVan; Looks Good,
Needs engine
work, everything
else excellent. 1993
$800 772-9306 Leave
message

MAZDA TRIBUTE '03
St#4116B $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

MERCURY VILLAGER '02
St#F497 $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-477

u Plymouth iGrand
S Voyager Van 92
< | j Electric windows &
locks, 6cyl 3.3
Engine. 140k mies, mint
condition. $2700


8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200



SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000
COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
800-6224888 or 904-797-8800

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 3894561



ASH TISDELLE VW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
O'STEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVO0
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P. 2695002
DRIVE TICKET
www.driveticketcom
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
FRANK GRIFFIN
SUPERSTORE
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600


KEY AUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000


BENTLEY- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
LongwoodlOdando F 407-339-3443


TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911,


GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-606



CLAUDE NOLAN
CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, StAug 354-2057


COGGIN CHEVY
AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282

NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 3874041


ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrys-Plym of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454


ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
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