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Creation Date: December 1, 2005
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Major Milestone
AIMD And ASD Surpass Goals
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Staying Prepared
Weapons Department Ready 24/7
Pages 8-9

Helping Out
NLMOF Assists Hurricane Victims
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By 01 Mike England Soon after,
Assistant Editor Japanese planes

Sixty-four years ago America experienced something
that would not only alter fates of millions of
Americans, but also change the face of the world.
Japanese aircraft descended on Pearl Harbor Dec. 7 and
began an attack that claimed 2,403 lives, 188 planes and
crippled the U.S. Pacific Fleet. The attack forced the heavi-
ly divided country into a war that many at the time did
not want to fight, but now were determined to win.
Eighteen months earlier, President Franklin D.
Roosevelt had transferred the United States Fleet to Pearl
Harbor as a presumed deterrent to Japanese aggression.
The Japanese military, deeply engaged in the seemingly
endless war it had started against China in 1937, badly
needed oil and other raw materials.
In July 1941, the Western powers began a trade embar-
go with Japan. From then on, as the desperate Japanese
schemed to seize the oil and mineral-rich East Indies and
Southeast Asia, a Pacific war was virtually inevitable.
By late November 1941, with peace negotiations clearly
approaching an end, informed U.S. officials fully expected
a Japanese attack into the Indies, Malaysia and probably
the Philippines. Completely unanticipated was the
prospect that Japan would attack east, as well.
The U.S. Fleet's Pearl Harbor base was reachable by an
aircraft .carrier force and the Japanese Navy secretly sent
one across the Pacific with greater aerial striking power
than had ever been seen. Its planes hit just before 8 a.m.
on Dec. 7.
Within a short time, five of eight battleships at Pearl
Harbor were sunk or sinking, with the rest damaged.
Several other ships and most Hawaii-based combat planes
were also knocked out and more than 2,400 Americans
were dead.

eliminated much
of the American
air force in the
and a Japanese
Army was ashore
in Malaysia.
The attack,
which Japanese
leaders thought
would deter the H
U.S. from contin-
uing their block-
ade, instead
From coast to
coast, every man,
woman and child con-
tributed to the war effort in
one way or another in the
once heavily divided coun-



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Photo courtesy of the U.S. Naval Historical Center
USS Arizona (BB-39) sank and burned furiously Dec. 7 1941. Her forward magazines had
exploded when she was hit by a Japanese bomb. At left, men on the stern of USS Tennessee
(BB-43) use fire hoses on the water to force burning oil away from their ship.

try. Within a year, the badly
damaged, but more determined than ever U.S. Pacific
Fleet intercepted the Japanese warships and carriers that
were headed for Midway Island and destroyed four
Japanese carriers and 253 planes during the Battle of
Midway, effectively ending the Japanese dominance over
the Pacific.
Each year ceremonies take place across the country to
commemorate Pearl Harbor Day.
This year, a ceremony will be held Dec. 7 on board USS
McInerney (FFG 8) at NS Mayport. The ship will depart

at 9 a.m. and is expected to return by 2 p.m.
All guests will be transported from the Fleet Reserve
Association building, No. 290, on Mayport Road to the
base via buses. No private traffic will be allowed on base.
Guests are requested to be at the building no later than 8
Following the ceremony, the Beaches Honor Guard will
conduct several burials at sea.
For more information, call the NS Mayport Public
Affairs Office at 270-5226.

Navy conducts


By 01 Mike England
Assistant Editor

- commander, U.S. Fleet Forces
Command held an open house
and a public hearing on the pro-
posed Undersea Warfare Training
Range (USWTR), which would be more
than 50 miles off Jacksonville's coast-
line, at the Wilson Center for the Arts
at Florida Community College
Jacksonville's South Campus Nov. 21.
Navy representatives were on hand
to answer questions during the open
house that preceded the hearing to
allow citizens to
review the data
presented. The -
Northeast Florida
coastline is one of
three potential
sites for the new
range. The coasts
of North Carolina
and Virginia are
the other areas. Jacksonville resi-
The Navy cur- dent Andy Bruck
rently has aseaks duringthe
USWTR off the speaks duhering the
U.S. West Coast. public hearing21
"The purpose of
this event is to
educate the public about what the
Navy would like to do and to listen to
.any concerns or inputs they may
have," said U.S. Fleet Forces Command
Media Relations Officer Jim Brantley.
The open house featured five differ-
ent booths encompassing different
areas of concern for many citizens.
They addressed topics such as the pur-
pose and need for the range, location
and installation of the range and the
effects of sound on marine mammals.
Subject matter experts passed out
information and listened to the con-
cerns of Jacksonville's citizens
throughout the open house.
Jeff Chastain, a Jacksonville citizen

on training range

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Photos byjO1 Mike England
Capt. Bill Toti, officer-in-charge of the Fleet Anti-submarine Command, Norfolk,
Va., briefs Jacksonville's citizens on why the Navy needs an anti-submarine train-
ing range along the East Coast of the United States.

since 1959, came to the open house to
support the Navy and learn more
about the proposed project. "It seems
like the Navy really needs this range
to keep their fighting edge," he stated.
"I have no doubt that the Navy will do
everything it can to ensure that the
environmental impact will be mini-
Copies of the Navy's Draft
Environmental Impact Statement
(DEIS) were available for citizens to
look over during the open house. The
DEIS went over the Navy's proposed
construction and operation of the
USWTR. The range would instrument
a 500-square-nautical-mile area of the
ocean with undersea cables and sensor

The USWTR would be primarily
used for anti-submarine warfare
(ASW) training by U.S. Atlantic Fleet
units. It would be located approxi-
mately 50 nautical miles from the
coastline to the centerpoint of the
range outside of U.S. territorial waters.
The instrumental area would be con-
nected to the shore via a single trunk
cable. The proposed action would
require logistical support for ASW
training, including the launch and
recovery of non-explosive exercise
training torpedoes and submarine sim-
The public hearing kicked off with
opening remarks by Capt. Bill Toti, of-

Official U.S. Navy photo
USS PT-174 under way at high speed, during operations
out of Rendova, Solomon Islands, in January 1944. The
most famous of the torpedo boats, commanded by future
United States President John F. Kennedy, was PT-1 09.

Veterans to be honored

during ceremony
By Staff
World War II and Korean War veterans will be
honored during a ceremony led by
Congressman Ander Crenshaw, R-Fla., aboard
NAS Jacksonville Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. until noon.
The observance will include static displays of World
War II memorabilia including vehicles and weaponry of
that era and soldiers dressed in period clothing, Navy
Band Southeast, a 21-gun salute by the NAS
Jacksonville Weapons Department, a historic video and
a scenic replication of the PT boat base at Tulagi,
Solomon Islands. These displays will educate attendees
of the historic battles fought in the Pacific during these
"Together with the Greater Jacksonville Area United
Service Organization and NAS Jacksonville, I am happy
to present the 4th Congressional District World War II
Commemorative Ceremony," said Crenshaw. "To mem-
bers of this greatest generation, both our country and
the world owe a debt of gratitude. These men and
women joined our allies in an historic struggle to pre-
serve freedom. They went not as conquerors but as lib-
erators. They exhibited personal courage and heart to do
what was right."
"Our soldiers today look to these veterans as role mod-
els for courage, patriotism, love of freedom, self-sacrifice
and honor," he continued. "It is our honor, on the 60th
anniversary of the ending of World War II, to thank
these veterans for their service and for the examples
they set after the war as they went on about their lives
and became leaders in our nation," continued Crenshaw.
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm.
Annette Brown will assist Crenshaw with the presenta-
tions. NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
will be the master of ceremonies.
Refreshments will be served afterward.

See SONAR, Page 13

Christmas Tree Lighting event

Everyone is welcome to attend this year's annu-
al Christmas Tree Lighting and Concert tonight at
Patriot's Grove. Santa will arrive at 5 p.m. Free

pictures with Santa, goodie bags and refreshments will
be available. There'll be clowns on hand for face painting
and balloons. Navy Band Southeast, the Orange Park Junior
High School Band and Choir and the NAS Jax Child
Development Center will give performances.





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Scholarships for Military Children

By Bonnie Powell
Money for college is
"what's cooking" at
268 military com-
missaries worldwide as the
Scholarships for Military
Children program begins
its sixth year of rewarding
academic excellence. Since
its inception in 2000, the
SFMC program has award-
ed $1,500 college scholar-
ships to nearly 2,500 mili-
tary children.
The recipe for success.
behind the scenes is the
continued generosity of
manufacturers and busi-
nesses that sell groceries
in commissaries and a
growing number of dona-
tions by non-military-relat-
ed organizations.
The program application
period for the 2006 schol-
arship season opens Nov. 1
and remains open until
Feb. 22, 2006, but dona-
tions have already started
coming in.
"I've been told by the
administrators of the pro-
gram that the first non-
commissary-related busi-
ness has made a donation,"

gets cooking for 2006

said Patrick Nixon, chief
executive officer and act-
ing director of the Defense
Commissary Agency. The
"First Watch" restaurants
surrounding Kansas City
in Missouri and Kansas
are donating proceeds of
$2,000 from a recent cus-
tomer appreciation day.
Last year, students in
the Future Business
Leaders of America pro-
gram at Jordan High
School in Salt Lake City
donated $10,000 to the
program, and this year an
organization in the San
Franciso Bay-area is rais-
ing money through a golf
These donations all show
great support for military
families," Nixon said.
"First, from commissary
industry members who
have donated nearly $4
million over the last five
years. And now, by average
Americans who also want
to help."
"Last year we also had
about $11,000 donated by
the general public in
amounts ranging from $10
to $1,000," said Jim
Weiskopf, vice president of

communications for Fisher
House Foundation, the
non-profit organization
that administers SFMC.
"People come to our Web
site to donate to Fisher
House Foundation and
they are increasingly
selecting SFMC," he con-
Public donations can be
elected through a link at
the official SFMC Web site
at the Military Scholar
Web site at http://www.mil-
itaryscholar.org or the
Fisher House Foundation
site at http://www.fisher-
Applications for the 2006
scholarship program will
be available starting Nov. 1
at any commissary world-
wide, online at the Military
Scholar Web site or
through a link at
om, The defense
Commissary Agency's
(DeCA's) customer Web
Eligibility and other
information is also avail-
able at the Military
Scholar Web site.
Applications, which must
include an essay on why

the applicant admires a
great military leader (past
or present), have to be
turned in at a commissary
by Feb. 22, 2006. At least
one $1,500 scholarship will
be awarded at every com-
missary location with qual-
ified applicants.
The program is open to
unmarried children under
the age of 21 (23 if enrolled
in school) of active duty
personnel, Reserve, Guard
and retired military.
Eligibility will be deter-
mined using the Defense
Enrollment Eligibility
Reporting System
(DEERS) database.
Applicants should ensure
that they, as well as their
sponsor, are currently
enrolled in the DEERS
database and have a cur-
rent ID card.
The applicant must be
planning to attend, or
already attending, an
accredited college or uni-
versity full-time in the fall
term of 2006, or enrolled in
a program of studies
designed to transfer direct-
ly into a four-year pro-


Changing roles of fathers creates new

quality of life concerns for military

By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Grew up in the military. I've been a
military dependent all but six
weeks of my 29 years. My dad, Lin
Rutherford, like my husband Dustin,
was a Navy pilot from the mid-70's
until he retired in 2004. By the time I
was 22 years old, he had accumulated
11 years of at-sea time.
He'd literally been gone half my life.
In that time, dad missed a lot of piano
recitals, school plays, and similar mile-
stones that other dads seemed to take
part in.
I admit I spent a great deal of my
childhood resenting dad's absences.
Sometimes I even believed he chose
the military over our family.
Now that I'm older although not
necessarily wiser and married to a
military man myself, I see the other
side. Now I'm on the receiving end
when Dustin is on deployment and
lamenting the fact that he missed
Ford's first steps and Owen's first
The fact that Dustin often doesn't
have time to coach tee-ball weighs
heavy on his mind as a father. The
realization that he might be on deploy-
ment when the boys learn to drive or
leave for their first date, honestly
makes Dustin question whether he
wants to stay in or get out of the mili-
tary when his commitment is up in
As a wife and mother, Dustin's feel-
ings are touching.
As a daughter who once walked in
my children's shoes, however, Dustin's
feelings make me stop and think. Why

didn't dad ever question staying in or
getting out? Why didn't he fret oVer
missed birthdays and holiday dinners?
Why were dad's frequent absences so
acceptable almost expected when
Dustin's are a major family concern?
You'd have to know my husband and
dad to understand my confusion. Let
me put it this way: it's true what peo-
ple say about girls marrying someone
just like their father. Dustin and dad
are both quiet, reserved, and not over-
ly affectionate. They are stereotypical
military men: precise, dutiful, and
So why was dad able to leave his
children seemingly without a second
thought and Dustin is tormented by it?
Suddenly one day the answer came
to me. The roles of fatherhood have
changed. Dad's generation was never
expected to change diapers or drive
their daughters to dance recitals. That
was the mom's job. Dads were meant
to go out and make a living. Moms
stayed home and raised the family.
And this worked well for the military.
But today's generation of fathers is
different. More is expected of them.
The commitment level is higher. They
are more hands-on. Dustin, despite
being so much like my dad in every
other way, is much more involved in
the day-to-day tasks of raising chil-
dren. He changes diapers, makes
lunches and shampoos hair.
Sometimes I can even get him to shop
at the commissary.
This is not to say that dad shirked
some responsibility when he was rais-
ing me. These things simply weren't
universally expected of men. In fact,

dad is much more hands-on with my
children, his grandchildren, than he
ever was with his own.
Maybe that's because he has more
time these days. Or maybe it is
because he realizes what he missed.
But I also suspect it has something to
do with the fact that today's children
are accustomed to fathers doing every-
thing that mothers do, and sometimes
they demand it.
My son thinks nothing of asking his
"Pop" to change his diaper or make
him a peanut butter and jelly sand-
wich. After all, why shouldn't he? He's
a dad. But my generation didn't
always think this way. You went to
mom for certain things and to dad for
Suddenly men and women are com-
ing to equal playing fields in all
aspects. And as troops deploy, the chil-
dren left behind are becoming an
increasing concern. What once was
typically an issue specific mostly to
female service members alone, is now
becoming a question for male service
members as well: How can I raise chil-
dren and be gone at the same time?
And what once was considered a
slight inconvenience for the military,
this issue of separating fathers and
children for long periods of time, is
now becoming a major quality of life
factor for anyone who serves in the
Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com


Hey, Money Man!
My wife and I were high
school sweethearts and we
got married about six
months ago. Before we got
married we seemed to get
along great.
Now we argue all the
time and usually it is about
money. Neither of us is
very good about controlling
our spending and it has
become a problem. What
can we do to get on track?
MoneyMan Sez:
Guess what? Being a
newlywed requires a lot of
adjustments and the num-
ber one problem is normal-
ly not the relatives or the
wife's cooking or the hus-
band's drinking buddies.
Money is the number one
reason that marriages fail.
The first thing to do is to
agree that you want to find
solutions to your financial
problems. Then get to work!
Everyone needs a budget.
They lead to good open
communications and get-
ting all the issues on the
table at once makes deci-
sions easier.

In addition, both of you
should work on the budget
together. Often during your
military career you may be
separated from your spouse
and both of you must
understand the family
When both of you under-
stand the funds coming in
and the funds going out
each month, it is easier to
make sound "non-essential"
purchasing decisions.
Having a budget does not
necessarily mean you must
cut back on certain expens-
Knowing where your
money goes, is the first step
in determining if you like
where your money goes.
And, by the way, it should
not be "his" money or "her"
money. It is really the fam-
ily's money. If you -plan to
"grow old together" some-
one has got to pay for it.
If you do not plan to
grow old together, why did
you get married in the first
place? Solve the money
issues and most of the rest
of them will fall into

place... except, maybe the
wife's cooking.

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

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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
11 a.m. Protestant
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.

Job title/command:
Ground Electronics

Hometown: Memphis, Tenn.

Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: USS Mclnerney

Career Plans: To apply for the STA-21 offi-
cer program or become an electronic engineer.

\ Most Interesting Experience: Scuba div-
ing at Galapagos Islands during my first cruise.

Words of Wisdom: Don't worry about
things that may come. Not having the power to
change your future gives you the power not to
worry about it.

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Job title/command:
Human Resources Assistant

Family Life: Married with four

Past Duty Stations: Secretary for SUB-
LANT, Norfolk, Va.

r. Career Plans: Being promoted to a higher
resources position.

Most Interesting Experience: Seeing all
four of my daughters in college.

Words of Wisdom: Smile and the world
will smile with you.

JaxAir News holiday

The last issue of the Jax Air News for 2005 will be
Dec. 15. The next edition will be published Jan. 5,
2006. Due to the holidays, the office will have limited
staff available.
Articles and ads will be accepted during this time for the
January issue. For more information during the holiday
season, call 542-5588.

Menu review board to be

held Dec. 6
The NAS Jacksonville Galleon Galley will conduct a
menu review board Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. at the galley. All
command and departmental representatives are
encouraged to attend. This is your chance to have a say in
what will be served at the galley.
For more information, call CSC(SW) Sophia Jeffrie at

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer JO2(SW) Bill Lamed
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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MCPON(SS/AW) Terry Scott talks with a group of Sailors from VP-45 during his recent visit to

VIPs visit VP-45 'Pelicans' in Qatar

By Lt. j. g. Kelly Chufo
Terry Scott and Sgt.
Maj. of the Marine
Corps John Estrada visited
VP-45 Sailors forward
deployed to Al Udeid
Airbase, Qatar, in support of
the global war on terrorism
Oct. 11 to let them know
how much their hard work
and dedication are appreci-
Scott and Estrada are the
senior enlisted personnel in
the Navy and Marine Corps
and serve as advisors to the
Chief of Naval Operations
(CNO) and Commandant of
the Marine Corps in mat-
ters dealing with enlisted
personnel and their fami-
Scott spoke about various
issues that Sailors need to
overcome in order for the
mission to continue success-
fully as well as the impor-
tance of the Navy-Marine
Corps team. "We need to be
flexible and adaptable," said
Scott. "We are going to be
assigned missions we may
never have predicted. [The
Navy] needs to be ready
whenever our nation calls
on us so we can be prepared

for the next typhoon, hurri-
cane, or 9/11."
Enlisted members don't
often see the direct impact
of their contributions, but
with a visit from their sen-
ior enlisted leaders, Sailors
now know how important
their jobs are and how peo-
ple around the world
depend on their hard work
and determination.
"You are protecting our
way of life," said Estrada.
"We will be successful in our
mission and it's because of
the support you give us. We
couldn't do it with out you."
In light of VP-45's
impending return home,
Scott also touched on how
important it is for Sailors to
take care of any personal
problems they may have at
"I always hear the CNO,
say that even the Sailor of
the Year or the best Sailor
in a command can be
brought to their knees with
problems at home," Scott
stated. "Your jobs are impor-
tant and need your focus
and attention. Any distrac-
tion can be devastating to
our mission."
"This is a defining time in
our world history," Estrada
said. "You have stepped up

to the plate and said, 'our
nation needs me right now.'
Because of your training,
preparation and determina-
tion, we dominate the seas
with the world's best Navy.
We dominate the airspace
with the world's best naval
aviators and the world's
best aircraft," he continued.
Scott told the Pelicans
that their concerns and
issues are important to him.
He and Estrada have
brought up issues to elected
officials on Capitol Hill all
the time and they cannot do
it without hearing from the
driving force of the Navy, its
Lastly, the MCPON and
the sergeant major chal-
lenged those in leadership
positions to take care of
their subordinates and each
other. They also empha-
sized the need to make sure
that our Sailors are well
trained, equipped and pre-
pared to go into combat.
The VP-45 "Pelicans" have
been deployed for five
months conducting opera-
tions in support of
Operations Iraqi Freedom
and Enduring Freedom
from multiple detachment
sites throughout the Fifth
and Seventh Fleets.

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AIMD/ASD achieve milestone

By SKCS Kathryn Rice
Aircraft Intermediate Main-
tenance Detachment (AIMD)
and Aviation Support De-
tachment (ASD) Jacksonville have
taken pride in providing the best
support possible to all local
squadrons, as well as transient
aircraft and other fleet activities
with limited repair capabilities.
On July 22, 2004, the men and
women of AIMD and ASD set and
achieved a goal for other shore
activities to strive for by reducing
the backlog to 196 workable
assets, maintaining a 96.4 percent
ready for issue (RFI) rate and
reducing the number of expedi-
tious repair (EXREP) items down
to just six. Those numbers, by
themselves, are extraordinary
achievements, but to combine the
three at one time set a benchmark
at the maintenance facility.
For more than a year, the work
has been steadily coming in and
the work centers have been steadi-
ly repairing it and sending it right
back out to the supply shelf.
Average inductions are between
,400 and 500 items every day and
maintaining an adequate backlog
can sometimes seem like a futile

task. Not so for the technicians
assigned to AIMD and ASD.
They've continued to work at the
backlog, and over the past two
months, have maintained an
EXREP count in the single digits.
That was then, this is now. The
AIMD Production Control has
been diligently working with ASD
and the 56 maintenance work cen-
ters to find ways to decrease the
backlog even more, while main-
taining a high ready for issue rate
and a low EXREP count. That time
has come.
Finally, on Nov. 14, AIMD and
ASD surpassed the unachievable
for a shore maintenance activity.
With a backlog of just 150 work-
able assets and an RFI rate of 97
percent, the maintenance crew
worked down to just four EXREPS.
This achievement took a year in
the making and is a proud moment
for AIMD Maintenance Material
Control Officer CWO4 Erich
Dahlem and ASD Officer-in-
Charge Lt. Ray Jackson.
The job however, is not complete.
AIMD and ASD will continue to do
what it takes to aggressively
reduce the overall backlog and, if
at all possible, reduce the EXREP
items even more.

Photo courtesy of AIMD lax
Members of the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment and Aviation Support Detachment Jax cele-
brate their recent milestone.

Aerial change of command

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nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65) prior to an aerial change
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville is offering flu shots at
the NAS Jax Commissary today and tomorrow
from 2-6 p.m. for all retirees and dependent adults.
The hospital requests that active duty receive their flu
immunizations with their respective commands and that
pediatric patients receive their flu immunization in the
Family Medicine or Pediatric Departments at the hospital
or at their assigned Branch Health Clinic.
Flu immunizations are also available on a walk in basis
Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
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Naval Hospital clinics, pharmacy
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and the day following New Years Day, Jan. 2.
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 1, 2005

Those Southern

expressions of life

ry ChapainL (Lt.)C

I was raised in the South
and got to hear a lot of
"Southern expressions."
For instance, those who
raised tobacco called it bac-
cer (sounds like backer).
My grandfather used to
call potatoes "taters"- and
tomatoes were called
tomaters. If it was hot, I was
told to crack a winder (not
window). If you offered
someone a ride you would
say, "come on, I'll carry you
down there."
If the TV needed the vol-
ume to change then you
would need to ask someone
to cut up (increase) or cut
down (decrease) the volume.
If you wanted someone to
turn off the lights in a room
in the house you would tell
them to "hit the lights on
the way out the door," "
Growing up in
Wilmington, N.C., I never
thought very'much about
the expressions that I used.
However, when I went to
college in Oklahoma with
students from all over the
USA, people laughed at my
southern way of saying
People would ask me,
"How are you going to carry
me down the road? Are you
going to put me on your
back?" Some would want to
know if I used a knife to cut
up the TV volume?
A few thought that I was
crazy for asking them to
"crack" the window to let in
some fresh air. In the South,
when you are asked to crack
a window, please under-
stand you are only asked to
raise the window a few inch-
es; not actually damage the

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Chaplain (Lt.) Troy Todd
There is one more
Southern expression t1bat I
would like to teach'you.
When you hear a person
born and raised in the south
say "I ain't gonna 'doit"
(that's not a typo, in the
South "do it" sounds like one
word) then please under-
stand that they have made
their mind'uip and will not
change there opinion.
Where is all of this head-
ing? I wanted to bring to
your attention to the fact
that we don't all speak the
same down home lingo; we
don't all use the same
expressions. "Homey" is not
a person from your home,
your "crib" isn't the same
thing as where an infant
baby sleeps, and calling
someone "my dawg" is a
good thing.
Isn't it good to know that
God can look past the words
that we use and see our
intention? God sees our
heart when we pray. It is so
easy to come to work and
put on a facade, but God
actually sees through all of
that and knows how we

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Dec. 24

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Dec. 31
Jan. 1

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8 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 1, 2005

Ceremonial 40-mm guns used for funerals, VIP visits and other military events stand polished, painted and ready to move in a moment's notice at the weapons department.

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ByJO2(SW) Bill Lamed
Staff Writer

TMl William Robbins of the NAS
Jacksonville Weapons Department
knows that his first name means
"determined, guardian."
It seems appropriate that someone deter-
mined to protect Navy assets would be an
ideal candidate for handling weapons at
NAS Jacksonville Robbins is just one of 68
men and women at the department keep-
ing warfighters ready to fight.
The department is comprised of eight
divisions that manage a large arsenal of
weapons and handles approximately 117
million tons of ammunition, bombs and
missiles for 116 units at NAS Jacksonville
and NS Mayport.
One of the divisions is the Advanced
Underwater Weapons Division which
receives, inventories and stores the torpe-
does used by both the squadrons at NAS
Jacksonville and the ships berthed at NS
Mayport. Special exercise torpedoes also
stored at the facility are used with war-
planes to simulate undersea warfare. One
part of torpedo maintenance is taking care
of the special fuel the weapons use called
"The fuel must be handled carefully. It
has a strong chemical odor and everything
it touches turns yellow," explained Robbins.
Another active division is the
Administrative Division, which provides
administrative and clerical services for the
department, plans and coordinates work-
load schedules, evaluates production meth-
ods, processes and develops improvements.
"The Sailors help us out a lot and learn a
lot from us," said Frank Zielinski, a retired
senior'chief gunner's mate who has worked
in the division since 1980 and supervises
the civilians working in the Magazine
Division. This division handles the stock-

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NAS Jax Weapons Magazine Supervisor
Frank Zielinski looks for the date of delivery
for a Hellfire missile. Zielinski has worked at
the NAS Jacksonville Weapons Department
since 1980. He supervises department civil-
ians responsible for transporting bombs and
piling and delivery of ordnance used by
base squadrons.
The Quality Assurance Division provides
a quality assurance program to detect
recurring failures and identifies unservice-
able items. It also gives administrative and
maintenance support for the fleet optical
scanning marking ammunition system.
It's the Ammunition Account Division's
job to account for every single bomb, bullet
and gun aboard NAS Jax, while the
Armory Division stores and maintains the
station's small arms. Civilian Joanne Scott
works in the Ammunition Account
Division, where she's been for the last 29
years. "This is a big responsibility, without
question. To be good at this job, you have to
like solving puzzles," she said, with a grin.
Scott classifies and organizes thousands of
pieces of ammunition for detailed reports.
"Mrs. Scott doesn't get paid enough for the
See WEAPONS, Page 9

Ordnance team
leader TM1
William Conyers
supervises a Sailor
offloading heavy
fixed-wing exer-
cise torpedoes.
Each torpedo
weighs 475
pounds and
can be used
for 20
practice runs
or four years,
comes first.

GM2(SW) Jeremy Pinkleton trains a Sailor on how to conduct a cleaning
and inspection of the M-14 rifle.

laxAir NewS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 1, 2005 9

TM2 William Gaut
straps down
an exercise torpedo
to make sure the item
is ready for
the next war game.

Photos by
Bill Lamed

Four members from the Southeast Region Honor Support Team fine tune
their posture while handling ceremonial weapons.

WEAPONS: Recently passed two

certifications with flying colors

AD3 Arturo Martinez and ASAN Ali Teimouri practice folding the ensign as part of their duties for the Southeast
Region Honor Support Team.

From Page 8

level and magnitude of her re-
sponsibilities," said TMCM(SW/
AW) Marvin McNeill, the com-
mand master chief.
Supply Division provides logis-
tic, material and supply support
to the department and requisi-
tions, receives and distributes
materials required to support
departmental ordnance opera-
One division that's a source of
great pride for many Weapons
Department Sailors is the Honor
Support Team. The team, which

falls under the command of Navy
Region Southeast, performs at
the funerals of fallen active duty
service members and veterans in
the region.
"We just try to be tough and
put on a good face for the fami-
lies. It's important to us that we
maintain our professionalism,
they deserve that honor," said
Honor Support Team Leading
Petty Officer AO1(AW/SW) Craig
The 16-member team is com-
prised of Sailors from various
commands from NAS Jax.

"Most work here for 90 days on
temporary assigned duty from
any one of the various commands
on base. Some Sailors enjoy
working here so much that they
often return. We nickname them
'retreads,'" McNeill explained.
The team also uses a pair of
40mm cannons for funerals and
VIP arrivals.
.Recently, the NAS Jax Weapons
Department earned critical
weaponry certifications vital to
accomplishing their mission. The
first trial was the Torpedo

Readiness Certification
Inspection (TRCI) and the second
was the Ammunition Hazardous
Material Inspection (AHMI).
"Just few months ago the
department passed two very
tough certifications with flying
colors and we are very proud of
it," remarked McNeill. "Receiving
TRCI and AHMI certifications
were essential to our everyday
existence. Especially the TRCI
certification, since we are one of
the few activities in the Navy
that is capable of certifying tor-

pedoes for the Atlantic Fleet."
The Weapons Department has
worked relentlessly to ensure
that the station and it's
squadrons always have a steady
stream of weapons ready to go at
a moments notice 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
"We're in the customer service
business. We have commitments
to keep everyday including holi-
days. The terrorists are working
24/7 and so are we," McNeill con-

AOAN Marquis Dawkins applies grease to fittings on the MHU-202 trail-
er. The trailer is part of a class of equipment known as "yellow gear,"
which is used to transport ordnance to and from warplanes.

10 Jxir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 1, 2005

NLMOF Sailors help Hurricane Katrina victims clean up

By Lt. Ricardo Trevino
NLMOF Jacksonville

embers from the Naval
Atlantic Meteorology and
Oceanography Facility
(NLMOF) Jacksonville and Naval
Meteorology and Oceanography
Reserve Activity (NMORA) 1274,
which drills in Jacksonville,
answered the call for volunteers
to help in the initial Southern
Mississippi and Louisiana sal-
vage and clean-up operations
based out of the John C. Stennis
Space Center, Miss., following
Hurricane Katrina's devastating
blow to the area.
Stennis Space Center is home
to the Commander, Naval Meteor-
ology and Oceanography Com-
mand (CNMOC), the Naval
Oceanographic Office, the Navy
Research Laboratory, and Special
Boat Team 22. These commands
employ about 1,700 military, civil-
ian and contract personnel in the
areas affected by Hurricane
Among the volunteers from
NLMOF and NMORA were: Lts.
Michael Antoine and Ricardo
Trevino, Ensigns John Powell and
Chris Anastasiou, AGCS
Stephanie Haney, AGCs
RickWike and Jamie McClain,
AGis Kimberly Linsley, Charles
Doss, Michael Smith, Amy Nicoll,
Dwayne Tinney, Archie Stewart
and Nishon Barnes, AG2s
Virginia Franks, Aaron Wimberly,
Quintron Perry and AG2 Jesus
Navarro, AG3s Otis Kendricks,


... .. .

Photo courtesy of NLMOF Jacksonville
(From left) AG1 Nishon Barnes and AG2 Quintron Perry (facing house), AG2 Aaron Wimberly, Lt. Ricardo
Trevino and Ensign Chris Anastasiou help clean-up one of the many homes that were damaged by Hurricane
Yves Jean-Pierre, John Muth and tal in helping our, Navy families objectives: help hurricane victims
Sarah Schiebel. recover from the devastation of who are Stennis employees to get
Those who participated were Hurricane Katrina in the back into their homes, assist the
part of the Navy-led volunteer "Stennis Helping Stennis" cam- schools in the affected area and
effort, which became instrumen- paign. The campaign had three help people in the general com-

The group spent most of their,
time in the stricken communities:
of Bay St. Louis, Pass Christian,'
Waveland, Long Beach, Diamond-'
head, Picayune, Slidell, and Pearl:
River during the months of
September and October. They'
helped Navy families salvage:
what was left of their homes and:
their belongings, taking out furni-;
ture and appliances, cutting and:
removing trees and debris to gain:
access to homes, tarp roofs, dry-
wall and sheetrock removal, car-!
pet removal, and managing haz-;
ards to life or' property. They:
focused on projects too big for;
individual homeowners.
The initial master list for peo-,
ple who needed help was enor-:
mous, with over 420 jobs in,
queue. On average, a team did:
four or five jobs a day. Team.
slept on cots in makeshift cubi2'
cles at CNMOC Headquarters;
and would meet bright and early.
at the Stennis Operation Center'
for the day's tasking. They would
not come back until late in the
afternoons or early evenings, cov-
ered in sweat, mud, and sawdust,
exhausted from the arduous oper-
The work was hard and drain-
ing, particularly in the late sum-
mer heat and humidity of the
Gulf Coast, yet rewarding and
inspiring for all involved. The
campaign became a "personal
cause" for oceanography officers,
aerographers' mates, and their

Navy Fuel Depot conducts spill drill
By Beverly TayloiiMack '
FISC Jacksonville PAO

On Nov. 16-17, the
Navy Fuel Depot, a
department of the
Fleet Industrial Supply
Center Jacksonville, con-
ducted spill management
team training, an annual
spill drill and an equip-
ment deployment exercise
at its Hecksher Drive facil-
'The highlight of this
year's training was the
worst-case discharge drill,
which required the spill
management team to put
its facility response plan
into: action. Participants
gained hands-on experi-
ence by acting. out a
response to a challenging
How would the spill
management team respond
if a freighter slammed into
the Navy Fuel Depot fuel-
ing pier where a barge was
being loaded with diesel
As you can imagine, such
a devastating incident
could cause many gallons
of fuel to be released into
the St. Johns River and
nearby waterways.
It is the spill manage-
ment team's job to initiate
response actions to an inci-
dent such as the one
described in this scenario.
Some of the critical
actions the team must take
include identifying the
source of the spill, provid-
ing first aid to anyone
injured, stopping the flow
of oil or hazardous sub-
stance, closing all down-
stream drains and notify-
ing appropriate officials.
The annual training
allowed the team members
to practice these actions
and to actually send out a
crew on boats used in spill
response operations.
Practice exercises like

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From Staff
he Yellow Water Jolly
Holiday event will be
held Dec. 9 from 5:30-
8:30 p.m. at the Yellow
Water Housing Area Youth
Activities Center for all
children up to 12 years old.
Join Santa as he rides up
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Photo courtesy of FISCJax
Training instructors and members of the spill management
team get ready to deploy aboard the Sea Ark, a boat used in
spill containment operations. The Sea Ark carries a chain of
boom (a temporary floating barrier) to contain oil spills.

this one, help to prepare
the spill management
team for incidents they
hope will not happen.
At the conclusion of an
intense day-and-a-half of
training, Navy Fuel Depot
Officer Lt. Cmdr. Patrick
Koehler recognized the


spill management team's
valiant efforts.
"The way that the team
responded to the training
incident was outstanding.
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Vertical replenishment

USS Enterprise (CVN 65) Supply Depart-
ment personnel standby in forklifts Nov.
15 to move pallets of food and cargo being
delivered by a HH-60H Seahawk, assigned
to the "Dragonslayers" of HS-11 during a
vertical replenishment. Enterprise and
embarked Carrier Air Wing One are cur-
rently underway conducting Tailored
Ship's Training Availability.

Photo by PH3 Bill Howell
An HH-60H Seahawk, assigned to the "Dragonslayers" of
HS-11 prepares to receive supplies from the Military
Sealift Command fast combat support ship USNS Laramie
(T-AOE 203) during an under way replenishment with the
nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65).

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Special Olympics
Special Olympics Clay
County, Florida is looking for all
interested volunteers and ath-
letes ages 8 to adult. For any-
one interested in being a
coach, there will be a coaches
meeting Dec. 13 at 6:30 p.m. at:
Ashley Lodge, Boy Scout Camp,
Camp Echockotee, 2513
Doctors Lake Dr., Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
Tara Eble at 553-6692 or email
Wilma Stanley at countryla-
Mayor's Holiday
Festival for Seniors
Join the City of Jacksonville's
Adult Services Division
Saturday as they provide a holi-
day meal and entertainment for
approximately 3,000 senior citi-
zens at the Prime Osborn
Convention Center. Volunteers
will assist with set-up, decora-
tions, greeters, ushers, serve
meals and cleaning up.
Volunteers will receive comple-
mentary parking, a JaxCorps
T-shirt, drinks and snacks. Call
Sonja at 778-2821 for details.
Open House
Join us at the mayor's old-
fashioned holiday party at City
Hall and Hemming Plaza Dec.
8. This event includes holiday
caroling, delicious treats, enter-
tainment and other planned
activities. Volunteers will
assist as hosts, wear costumes,
make popcorn and set up. Call
Sonja at 778-2821 for more
volunteers needed
Dignity-U-Wear (DUW), a
charitable organization that pro-
vides new clothing to needy
individuals and families is look-
ing for volunteers. DUW and the
NAS Jax Chapel have formed a
partnership to assist military
families that became victims of
Hurricane Katrina. The volume
of clothing coming in and going
out of DUW on a daily basis has
escalated. The organization
desperately needs more volun-
teers Monday through Saturday

FFSC offers
educational and
support programs
he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family Sup-
port Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and
Support Program is the fore-
most preventive measure for
the avoidance of personal
and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
The following workshops
are available in December:
Dec. 5-9, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Command Financial
Specialist Training
Dec. 13, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Control Workshop
Dec. 12-15, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition Assist-
ance Program (separating)
Dec. 20, 1-4 p.m. Stress
Management Workshop
For further information
or to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.

to help sort the truckloads of
incoming clothing and then pack
this clothing into boxes for distri-
bution to the area chapels. For
more information, call Peggy
McDonald, 636-9455 or email
pmcdonald @ dignityuwear.com.
Greeters needed
The Jacksonville and the
Beaches Convention and
Visitor's Bureau is looking for
volunteers to meet and greet
visitors to the Jacksonville area.
For more information, call Patti
O'Neal at 421-9158.
volunteers needed
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& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides
an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors. From
monthly training lectures to the
finished tour, docents use a
combination of important histori-
cal information and good humor
to bring works of art to life.
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Holiday decoration guidelines

An early workout session has many benefits for the HS-5 "Nightdippers" including witnessing the
River during a run that ended the day's physical training.

Photos courtesy of HS-5
sunrise over the St. Johns

'Nightdippers' maintain physical readiness

By Lt. Trevor Prouty
Sweatshirts and knit
caps were a common
sight at the regular
Thursday physical training
session in the HS-5 hangar.
The cold weather snap
did little to deter the
biweekly workout session,'
which the "Nightdippers"
have been diligently hold-
ing for over a year.
The impetus for the phys-
ical training came when the
Nightdippers decided' to
place a command-wide
emphasis on Sailors' physi-
cal conditioning and health.
Since implementing the
program, with AWCS Bruce
Kane initially at the helm,
HS-5 has seen a dramatic
drop in the number of phys-
ical readiness test (PRT)
failures within the
The failure rate over the
last two PRTs plummeted
from 40 percent to less than
one percent. The effective-
ness of the HS-5 physical
fitness program had led to
it being studied for expand-
ed use throughout the Navy.
The improvement in

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HS-5 Sailors start the day's training with a set of jumping jacks.

Nightdipper physical fit-
ness has benefited com-
mand readiness as well as
each individual Sailor.
HS-5's Command Master
Richard Neal- normally
leads the workout session,
with the assistance of other

various Nightdippers as
Although the Sailors may
dread the upcoming physi-
cal fitness session when
their alarm goes off a little
earlier than usual, they
also recognize the many
benefits of the program.

According to AA Terry
Jones, the sessions consist
of "good PT, which keeps me
in shape, although the
push-ups are hard." When
asked if he actually looks
forward to the workout ses-
sions, Jones' only reply was
a sly grin.

From the NAS ax Fire
Prevention Office
To reduce the risk of
fire during the holi-
day season, the fol-
lowing requirements are in
effect and in accordance
with standards set forth in
the National Fire Protec-
tion Association's (NFPA)
Codes and Standards and
the NAS Jacksonville Fire
Prevention and Fire Pro-
tection Measures Instruc-
tion 11320.1S dated 4 Oct
All decorations, lights
and trees for all occupan-
cies (except housing) shall
be inspected and approved
by the NAS Jacksonville
Fire Department.
Natural cut (live)
Christmas trees are not
permitted in assembly
(clubs), correctional, BEQ/
BOQ, Navy Lodge, dormi-
tories, or educational facili-
Artificial trees in

assembly occupancies shall
be labeled or otherwise
identified or certified by
the manufacturer as being
fire retardant.
Only Underwriters
Laboratories Inc. (UL) list-
ed electric lights and
wiring decorations shall be
permitted or used on
Christmas trees and other
similar decorations.
The use of candles or
other similar devices is
strictly prohibited.
Exception to this rule is
during religious cere-
monies held at places of
worship (i.e., chapel).
For further information
or to-make an appointment
for an inspection, call 542-
2451, Ext. 10 or 542-3928.
The NAS Jacksonville
Fire Department would
like to wish everyone a
fire-safe holiday season.

Tips to stay safe this holiday season

By the NAS Fire
According to the U.S.
Fire Administration
(USFA), holiday fires
injure 2,600 individuals
and cause over $930 million
in damage each year. By
following some precaution-
ary safety tips, individuals
can greatly reduce their
chances of becoming one of
these casualties.
When purchasing a live
tree, ensure the one you
choose is fresh when you
buy it. When the trunk of a
tree is bounced on the
ground, a shower of needles
indicates the tree is too dry.
The bottom end of the
trunk should be cut off at
an angle at least 1-2 inches
above the end to help the
tree absorb water. Place
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water. Check and maintain
water level on a daily basis.
Locate Christmas trees
away from heating vents or
other fixed (fireplaces) or
portable heating appli-
ances. The heat can cause
the tree to dry out prema-
turely and/or to be ignited.
When a tree becomes is dry,
remove it from the home
Never put tree branch-
es or needles in a fireplace
or wood-burning stove. The
sap is very flammable and
the fire can intensify and
become out of control.
When purchasing an
artificial tree, look for the
"fire resistant" or "fire

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Only Underwriters
Laboratories Inc., listed
electric lights and wiring
decorations shall be permit-
ted or used on Christmas
trees and other similar dec-
orations. Check markings
on light sets for "indoor" or
"outdoor" designed condi-
tions of use, and display
Check light sets (new
and old) for broken or
cracked sockets, frayed or
bare wires, and loose con-
nections. Replace worn and
broken light sets.

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Chili cookoff planned for Saturday
ll Chief Petty Officer Club patrons The judging begins at 1:30 p.m.. Come
and their families are invited to cook out and cheer on your favorite team during
the annual Army/Navy game and enjoy
up their best pot 'of chili for a chili chili and other food and beverage specials.
cookoff Saturday at the club. For more information, call 542-3461.

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SONAR: North Florida one of three sites under consideration

From Page 1

-ficer-in-charge of the Fleet
ASW Command, Norfolk,
Va. Toti explained that the
.growing threat of ultra-
-quiet submarines makes
-the USWTR an essential
training tool for sub-
"USWTR .is a critical part
of the Navy's ASW train-
ing," Toti said during the
hearing. "There are no
training ranges offshore of
the U.S. East Coast that
can replicate the open
ocean and provide real-time
feedback on the effective-
ness of our ASW capabili-
ties. This is important
because modern sub-
marines are becoming
increasingly quiet as tech-
nology improves. Active
sonar continues to be the
;best way to detect a quiet
Submarine before it is close
enough to fire a torpedo."
After Toti finished his
remarks, Eileen Smith, nat-
ural resources manager for
:the U.S. Fleet Forces
SCommand, addressed the

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Jacksonville resident Jeff Chastain.

environmental impact the
training range would have
on the area.
"We have spent a lot of
time evaluating the poten-
tial impact of the range and
have come up with a plan
to minimize its impact on
both the environment and
sea mammals," she said.
"There will also be long-
term, independent monitor-
ing of the site by scientists."
A few citizens in atten-

dance voiced their opinions
about the proposed project.
Some came out in favor of
the USWTR while others
were concerned by the
range's potential environ-
mental impact.
Smith said the Navy has
received many helpful ideas
during previous public
hearings on how whales
and other sea life could be
protected. She said that one
of the reasons the Navy

,TIPS: Have a safe holiday season

From Page 12
Turn off all lights on trees or other deco-
rations before you go to sleep or leave your
'home or office. Remember, an electrical
"short" can and will start a fire.
*: Do not overload extension cords. Check
:and follow the product manufacturer's rec-
ommendation for multiple light connections.
:Do not connect more than three standard
!size sets of lights per single extension cord.
'Power strips and surge protectors are rec-
iommended for multiple plug-in connections.
* Don't use electric lights on a metal arti-
ificial tree and never attach lights with the
*use of metal fasteners or staples. Use plas-
tic, non-conductive connectors.

Open flames from any device shall not
be located on or near Christmas trees or
other similar combustible materials.
Candles and other similar devices shall
be placed in areas where they cannot be
knocked or blown over. Use candleholders
that are sturdy, won't tip over easily, and
that are made from a material that cannot
Never leave burning candles unattend-
ed. Always keep matches and lighters out of
the reach of children.
Remember: Keep a working smoke alarm
in your home and test it at least monthly.

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this is to take suggestions
from citizens about ideas
they may have overlooked.
Navy officials have
extended the public com-
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additional public review
and comment.
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to comment on the USWTR
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MWR Planner.
Mission First, Sailors Always2

Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, an 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).

Jingle Bell Jog
Dec. 14, 11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road/ Antenna Farm
For more information, call 542-3518/2930.

*For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Enjoy the following holiday performances for only $26.50!
:Performances take place at the Times-Union Center in
downtown Jacksonville.
Handel's Messiah
Dec. 4, 7:30 p.m.

First Coast Nutcracker
Dec. 9-10, 8 p.m.

'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-
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax

Save Santa Scavenger Hunt
Dec. 1-12
Around base
Find Santa and win $250!

St. Augustine Pal Day
Free lunch, attractions and much more!
Saturday, 10 a.m.
Sign-up in Liberty Cove.

Jacksonville Barracudas Trip
Dec. 6, 6 p.m.
'' $5, includes ticket and transportation.

Lifeguards Ir _
Sa CFC participant
Provided as a public service
needed ,

From Staff
T he Morale, Welfare
and Recreation De-
partment is looking
fo'r lifeguards for the NAS
Jix indoor pool to work
wv kdays from 10:45 a.m.
tol1:15 p.m. and on week-
enids at various times.
'Applicants must have a
lifeguard certification. Life-
guards earn $6.50 to $10
per hour based on certifica-
tions and experience.
For more information,
contact Diane Long at 542-
3111 or Tim McKinney at

From Staff


he NAS Jax Morale,
Welfare and Recrea-
tion Department
Youth Activities Center is
again bringing you snow for
the holiday season with it's
Tropical Freeze event Dec.
17 from 12-4 p.m. at the
Mulberry Cove Marina.
Free cookies and drinks will
be provided. For more
details, call 778-9772.

Sponsors needed
From Staff
he NAS Jax Morale,
Welfare, and Recrea-
tion (MWR) Depart-
ment is currently seeking
sponsorship for fiscal year
2006 special events and
Your efforts will support
NAS Jax active duty service
members and their fami-
lies. Your company will
market to over 25,000 base
For more information on
how your organization can
become a sponsor, please
contact Shannon Leonard,
IMWR marketing director,
ai 542-3577 or e-mail
mil. .

Christmas Tree Lighting & Concert
Tomorrow night
Patriots Grove
Santa arrives at 5 p.m.
Tropical Freeze
Dec.17, Noon 4 p.m.
Mulberry Cove Marina
Free cookies and punch.
Snow in Florida!

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Free hayrides will be offered during the annual Yellow Water
Jolly Holiday event at the Yellow Water Housing Area Youth
Activities Center Dec. 9 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Free pictures
with Santa and Mrs. Claus, face painting and refreshments
will also be available. For more information, call 777-8247.

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.
Reef & Beef
Jan. 6
Gourmet all you can eat seafood and beef buffet.
Call 542-3041 for reservations.

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

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Bad News Bears (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Stealth (PG-13)
Dec. 9, 7 p.m. Deuce Bigelow (R)
Dec. 16, 7 p.m. Wedding Crashers (R)
Dec. 17, 5 p.m. Sky High (PG)
Dec. 17, 7 p.m. The Island (PG-13)
Dec. 23, 7 p.m. Transporter 2 (R)
Dec. 30, 7 p.m Valiant (G)

For more information about the marina please call 542-3260.
Fourth annual Light Up Your Boat Contest
Dec. 9, 5 p.m.
Prizes awarded for "Tackiest Looking Boat" and "Spirit
of the Season"
Every Thursday- free kayak/canoe rental for active duty.

Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more infor-
mation on the Youth Center, call 778-9772.
Community Events
For more information on the youth center please call 542-3682.

For more information on the golf course, call 542-3249.
For information on Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees, cart fee only.
Dec. 6 and 20 for active duty.
Dec. 8 and 22 for retirees and Department of Defense
NAS Jax Senior Golf Championship
$60 per person
Call 542-3249 for more details.

NAS Jax Flying Club
For more information on the flying club please call 777-
8549 or 777-6035.
Ground School Classes are located on second deck of the
Auto Skills Center. The Flying Club is now located at
Building 847A on the north side of base.

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By Task Force Navy Family Public
A n update to the frequently asked
questions (FAQs) about household
SA goods (HHG) for Sailors affected by
hurricanes Katrina and Rita has been
published and is now available on the
Task Force Navy Family Web site.
This second installment of HHG FAQ
addresses additional questions and pro-
vides a complete set of points of contact
information for help with individual
The FAQs range from locating a pri-
vately owned vehicle in transit to house-
hold goods entitlements. Many of the
questions provide phone numbers or a
Web site where a family member can
check the status of their claim or locate
their goods.
"We made sure to include many of the
common questions that are being asked,"
said Capt. James Krnc, officer-in-charge
of the Washington detachment of Fleet
and Industrial Supply Center Norfolk.
"Included in the FAQs are Web sites and
telephone numbers for affected Navy
members to contact for individual case
Task Force Navy Family, in conjunction
with subject matter experts from multiple
Navy commands, is continuing to publish
FAQs on subjects important to Navy fami-
lies affected by this year's hurricanes. The
task force is coordinating full spectrum
community service operations in order to

USO offers

Jaguars tickets Active
From the USO

The USO sells tickets to
every Jaguars home game
(including pre-season) for
$8 per ticket. Nav
The following is the
upcoming season schedule:
Dec. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Colts, tickets on sale at
USO Nov. 28. Ja(
Dec. 18, 1 p.m. Jags vs. -
49ers, tickets on sale at
USO Dec. 5.
Jan. 1, 4:05 p.m. -- Jags
vs. Titans, tickets on sale at
USO Dec. 19.
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The Navy family includes Sailors,
Department of Navy civilians, family
members and retirees.
For the complete HHG FAQs for Navy
Family members, visit the Task Force
Navy Family Web site at
www.navy.mil/tfnf.html and click on the
frequently asked questions tab to the left
of the screen.
Navy families affected by Hurricane
Katrina, Rita and Wilma can obtain
immediate personnel-related assistance
through the Navy's toll free number, 877-
414-5358, or obtain further information
by visiting Task Force Navy Family Web
site at www.navy.mil/tfnf.html.
Community Support-Centers (CSC) are
another resource for hurricane-impacted
personnel and families. The CSC staff can
provide one-on-one consultation, assis-
tance with evacuation allowances, emer-
gency assistance, military family hotlines,
emotional support, school and community
information, and all other appropriate
For a complete list of contacts to the
CSC, please visit the Task Force Navy
Family Web site or call 800-372-5463.
Navy families can also contact the Task
Force Navy Family Ombudsman Resource
Center for questions or referrals relating
to any needs as a result of Hurricanes
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a command event, arrange-
ments may be made. Sign
ups are first come, first
serve, so make sure you sign
up at the earliest possible
opportunity. Sign up times
for each game starts two
Monday before each home
The schedule of Sailors
Aweigh games for the 2005

season is as follows:
Dec. 11 Indianapolis
Dec. 18 San Francisco
Jan. 1 Tennessee Titans
For further information or
to apply for any of the
games, contact Greg Reno at
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From the USO
The Sailors Aweigh
Program, sponsored by
the Jacksonville
Jaguars Foundation gives
free tickets, transportation
and T-shirt to the families of
deployed and deployable
Sailors, with priority given
to deployed Sailors' families.
It is designed for children
ages 9-16.
Children can go with or
without a parent, as chaper-
ones will be provided or par-
ents can accompany their
children as a chaperone.
Free transportation is pro-
vided to all participants of
the program and is a
requirement of the program.
A Navy bus will be sta-
tioned each game day near
the Navy Federal Credit
Union ATM Machine in the
parking lot.
Participants are asked to
arrive 1:45 p.m for games
starting at 4 p.m. For games
starting at 1 p.m., partici-
pants are asked to arrive at
10:45 a.m. The bus will
depart as soon as all partici-
pants are on the bus.
The Sailors Aweigh T-
shirts, provided free of
charge by the USO, must be
worn by all attendees
throughout the game.
Deployed Sailors' families
have priority for participa-
tion in the program. Sailors
on sea duty, but not present-
ly deployed, may be put on
the waiting list to fill the
balance of the seats not
filled by deployed families
by the Wednesday before
the game.
There is also a waiting list
to fill the slots of families
who are unable to attend on
game day. Individual status
will be confirmed before
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Club 2000 can help!

NAS Jacksonville has a program called Club 2000. Any Sailor who
is impaired and in a bar, club, lounge, or private residence within St.
Johns, Baker, Nassau, Clay or Duval counties can call the NAS
Jacksonville OOD office at 542-2338. You will be provided a taxi
ride, paid for by the station, to your home within the same five coun-
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club bartender assist in contacting the OOD.
Club 2000 cards with this phone number can be obtained from
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Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military
Officials Association is looking
for individuals to officiate soc-
cer, softball, football and volley-
ball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach
at 771-1333.
Greybeard basketball
league forming
-'.This league is open to all
NAS Jax active duty and selec-
tive reservists ages 30 and up.
The games are played during
lunch on Tuesdays and
Thursday. Commands wanting
to join the league should stop by

the base gym or contact the
sports office to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Racquetball tourney
A Captain's Cup Racquetball
Tournament will be held Dec. 5-
9. The tournament is free and
open to active duty only from
NAS Jax. Matches will be
played from 5-9 p.m. nightly until
the tournament is completed.
Commands can enter multiple
players. Contact the base gym
to sign up by Nov. 30. Awards
will be given for first, second
and third place.
Flag football meeting
A 4-on-4 flag football meeting
will be held Dec. 7 at 11:30 a.m.
in the Building 850 conference
room. The league is open to all

NAS Jax active duty and selec-
tive reservists ages.
Commands having their athletic
officer or designated represen-
tative attend the meeting will
receive five captain's cup points.
All interested personnel should
attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
3-on-3 basketball
tourney is Dec. 12
A Captain's Cup 3-on-3 bas-
ketball tournament will be held
Dec. 12 at 5 p.m. at the NAS
Jax Gym. The tournament is
free and open to active duty
only from NAS Jax. Teams are
comprised of three players from
their respective commands and
commands can enter multiple

teams. Sign up by Dec. 7.
Navy Southeast
Regional Running and
Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners.
Represent U.S. Navy in 5K,
10K, marathons and/or
triathlons? The U.S. Navy will
showcase elite active duty men
and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well
as transportation, entry fees,
and lodging costs. Interested
runners must compete in a
sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) race and your
time must be one of top 10
regional qualifying times. If you
have run in a sanctioned race

and your time meets theregional
qualifying time, contact your
base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualify-
ing times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K
swim, 10K run, 40K bike
For more information about
any of the sports articles, call
Bill Bonser, sports coordinator.
at 542-2930/3239, email
bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit

Youths needed

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The U.S. Naval Sea
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Squadron at NAS
Jacksonville has open-
ings for youths ages 11-
18. Adult volunteers are
also needed to help with
For more information,
call Nina Laymon at
381-8948 or 553-5815.

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The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #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
tite 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
#300 meetings are held the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
7. p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
,, The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on' the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club
is a members only club open to
-all active duty, reserves, retired
military and active and retired
DoD civilians. For more informa-
tifn, call 778-0805 or email
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
tours, stroll the historic riverfront
gardens, view the museum's
Masterworks collection and spe-
cial exhibitions and experience
Art Connections, the museum's
hands-on education center. For

more information, contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7 p.m.
at The Country Cabin restaurant
located on Blanding Boulevard.
This organization is open to any
single, divorced, separated, or
widowed that have children of
any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site
at www.pwpnflorida.com or call
307-6261-,-The meeting for
December is cancelled.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange,Park /
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS, Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact Shirlinda at
771-9573 or visit http://groups.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting, is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-

ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West. Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X

visit www.fllx.org.
The Castillo de San Marcos
in St. Augustine is looking for
individuals who would like to be
a part of a living history group.
The group, which does interpre-
tations and reenactments in St.
Augustine, needs volunteers for
their cannon and musket firing
programs. For more information,
call Joe Brehm at (904) 829-
6506, Ext. 232.
The Living Christmas Tree
and Christmas cantata "The
Heart of Christmas," will be
held Dec.17-18 at 7:30 p.m. at
the Kirkwood Presbyterian
Church, 8701 Argyle Forest
Boulevard. For further informa-
tion, call 778-4885.

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Donations can be made at
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porchI pooln m more AVONDALE All newt y ar, petk.sr W IDe Dre
great c. $ mo+dep. inside, 3/1, ch/a cpt patio, no inside pets. Park Dr. ne
Call 880-1261 fencdyd, 125Osf, Iocd $950m 3 +$950d. 291 0409 story, frml Li
home, $995m. 449-4724 Orange ParkOak- kit, por, Indry
Brand New 2/2, AVONDALE Extra Irg 2 or 314/2/2 170sf. 'SIDE 636 A
$1000m. 687-9846 3br/ 2 ba. on Boone. community 3/2, dbl garag
Park mmac, second. amenities Included, +1st &sec dp.
Mandarin Bartran Pk. hdwd firs, w/d, alarm upgrades, avail 12/1
No pet, resort style. pets $1350mo./$1350 -2 SIDE O
$1185m. 333-134 dep. 904- 881-411 ORANGEPARK REF32 100 /
2843 Harvest Moon
MIDDLEBURG-Ravines. BEACHES -Jax Bch, 4/2/22089sf$1295 W'SIDERduced
Furni studio, very nIce. Impeccable cond. 3/2, FEDERATED MGMT GROUP hkp, fncd bcky
gated$500C678.41-167l8 garscnd lanaipool. (904) 730-8060 sprklr sys, $10.
close to bch /JTB, 6-5156/305-"
SNslde New $1400m ay327-9788 2.5range Park 3/1500
V Townhome New Carpet.tile0paint,

Custom nds all CLAYCO-Dr's Landing 3 fenced yardW/. Maiu
appliances garages Beauty, 3/2/2.$1500 3142 Hols.$800m+dp.

Beac bind all 31 4nHo 8iOaka Rd 32 7050 H
Pnear Io care 3125 Nautilus 993-5511 210-8736 PCS

R Irnncl. $1o 3Dran Jns A 1ae Inc l d
reerites ltds.net E. Art. 4/3 $1iSOmo. 3gar. Ortega Farms 2/1.5, $675
912 322 28 lawn svr. lanai nr Kern3n 2152m / 1,1500mo NORM&
912.57 6142 5 Au n n, 223s 9; N.:,Pts mok 388135I 2r .. i".
O.P. nes 3-,2.3 c. mw'd. ARLINGTON SOUTHSIDE YULEE 2-2. CI
qateo w/,pool. 175 Sege 00 u1
5.3501- 492 4111 San Pablo Rd. S. 3 2 $1700 re 22allI
O.P. -RTO. Guar 1726RyarRd.3 2 2 1 450 30 oo
Natures HIdeawa y ORANGEPARK
Blanding Blvd. NEW, mig,
276-6446 m 351 Brier Rose 4 2 $1375 1l Arlingto
628 Crystal Way 3 2.5 $1200 | -m
612 Crystal Wa 3 2.5 $1200 =.rrn m.n
n o 2 clur.Ioot Par. 212 Ketterlingc 2 1.5 $750 A l,. Ii
Av,- 975no r50.948 WESTSIDI RIVERSIDE .PAEggs 9C2-3
OCEANFRONT J 148365 SwantonLn. 3'2 $1300 ARL f.1 to n
Beach. ground fir 2.'2. e D3houl.-,ou.etoel
$16-0mo 221 063- 8041 Beaver Creek Dr. 3 2 $1050 '3
l 2110146 3Memorial Park 3 2 $950 904233.23-
Palencla nes 3-2. gate-o 1216Adrian Ct. 3 1 $900 Female desire
covrded d o nar 3rK' 4S35 Plymouth St. 3 2 S900 n.:,m.,nS,..-
upgrd6es 1m-ni. incit 6018 Wilson Blvd. 3 1.5 $750 Termisn ,eg. 90,1
speed net. cbie. water.
$1300mCO 561.6L.--2035 NORTHSIDE Ano 2 re .:.1r3

3'2. oro rurn& decor' m 573 Hardeeville Ct. 52 $1750 Mand-Share Lg
co- prrk. .',. pool uti 10342 Woodley Point Dr. 5 2 11600 iemare $'O0rrn
rcl. S1550- de 570 Lady Lake Rd. W. 42.S 1500 C 91.1
CoiB, 24E '2,3 I 598 MistyMorningCt. 3 2 $C1400
1493 Biscayne Bay Dr. NEW 3 2.5 $1200
PONTE VEDRAL DanI AA 12292 CoconutiGrove 3 2.5 $1200
2 2 5pl I c par. 1463 Biscayne Bay Dr. 3 2 11100

PVBasi re.$n Oovem 82.73 3104 N.Mytl Ave. Commercial n a i 910 .

sil vep.3t .lst. Johnst 4534 Lincrest Dr. S. 4

I93,csi. 6 1100mo

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430 Roommates
O.PK M/F seeking prof,
n/s to share hm w/in
grnd pool, nr NAS & OP
Mall $395/mo. + $100mo
fo r uti l. Dave
OP in 3/2 home,. male
only, liberal, quiet area,
$300/mo, 298-1477
RIVERSIDE renov. 3br
bungalow. Fenced
/deck. Internet&PC.
$425+1/2dep. Div. util.
Pets & M/F OK 387.9976.
S'slde Share hs/Female
50/up w/ same No smk
/ drk $425+ dp 868 8613
S'side share home w/ 2
dedicated college stu-
dents. non smkr only
$395mo+ dep. 502-6352
WS- WF seeks day
working Male. Furn rm
Pool, non smoker $400m
incl utils. 904777.5955

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

500 Industrial
For Sale
JAX BCH (C-1), 1st Ave N
& 4th St, 50'x125' 2000sf
steel building w/3 bay
doors in front & 1 in
back. Prime loc. Motiv.
seller. Will consider all
terms inc. lease & lease
opt. Bob 334.-6091

505 Industrial
For Rent
Northslde 10737 New
Kings Rd. Business Ctr.
1500sf. Off/Warehouse
Last one available
904-634-4220, 237-3941
SOOsqft, $650 + dep.
737 3962 or 403.966

507 Businesses
wl7 For Sale

JAPANESE Rest for sale.
in high traffic W'side loc,
Make Offer. 904-710-8897

515 Office Space
For Rent

Phillips Hwy frontage.
Class A space.
86parking spaces.
$9.95/sf Can be divided
Easton, Sanderson, &
Co. 356-2228 Realtor
Full Service Executive
Offices & Suites fur-
nished prime Univer-
sity blvd. location in
newly renovated pro-
fessional building. 24
hour security. HUB,
Empowerment &
Enterprise Zone. Vari-
ous sizes avail. Janu-
ary 1st. 561-512-7432

52s Retail
5 For Rent

Phillips Hwy frontage.
Class A space.
86 parking spaces.
$9.95/sf Can be divided
Easton, Sanderson, &
Co. 356-2228 Realtor

550 Business
555 Distributorships/

Education and
600 Private Instruction
605 Schools
610 Specialty Training/

605 Schools

1 Week Day Class Dec 5
8 Week Eve Class Jan 9
Superior Instruction
(904) 269-2555
Florida Real Estate Instit.

705 rinan ial

Exp'O. Sougnt by
Title Ins Co. DetalI
oriented, seli starter
Fas'emall ei.
(904' 280 8818 or
3j, m,3'3- CrltC. liiC& torn

Processor needed for
busy mortagecom-
panxwise Software exp in
holesale subprl me
market. Salary + comm
benefits offered Please
call Anita at 726.9038 or
fax resume to 726-0438.
Taxwise Software exp
helpful Call
904- 434-2677/220 1040

706 Accounting/
706 Bookkeeping

Exp pref. fast pace ofc,
fax resume to 726-0116

707 Driver'
for bus driver service
in Florida 3463955
CDL A- want to avg
$925/wk? home daily
Spd wkly, nights &

days CSC Transporta-
tio0n 2 yrs T/T exp
reared. 904-757-3426

12 Class A F/T
drivers needed!
Call GPC driving
4437377 for instant

CLASS A CDL; 2 yrs exp.
Avg 2300mi per wk.
Sm Fam Bus- lat bed
Home wknds, 483-7263

l Company
Ds Drivers
$1000 Sign on

y Greg
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*

WANTED! Drivers w/ 2
or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat

Co. starting pay
$ 31-.34/miae
0/OP pay $.90/mile
+ fuel supplement
$.01 Safety Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
S$25 Weekly Service

800-723-3424 for info

Drive your late model
p/u, van or SUV. F/T
and P/T avail. Gass
allowance and
bonuses. $X- MasS
DRIVER for local clean up
and delivery. CDL lic.
req'd. Tropical Pavers
of Jax, Inc. 904,354-9507
CDL-A, 2 yrs exp. SE
region, home nights &
wkfnds. 9040 358'1322

Franchises Doyou earn less tnar
560 Financial Services $800 per wk? Imme.
565 Money to Lend entry- level opening:
55 Moneyavail with major
or Borrow national carrier. No
570 Mortgages Bought CDL? No problem. CD
and Sold Recruiters. 731-2577

550 Business
Opportunities .

Freezer Walk In 12' x 20' if ,-u are ar., eper
x 8' & Freezer truck KD Fr.ced iri .:-r or ccnoi
2SR will sell as a graouaiea '-,e can ge
package or Individual, .u nome d i, Call I
Call John.904-424-4614 flr,a out D.-.u o1u
Hungry Howies Pizza ,,er u.- e a
rr ar.cni, ir.:.r s3aean N. oor.uS m.,o .
C-ntrai .rrilda Grea-t 4lmK and n.:,li.a, pa,
terms ..al p Irtun,. mmeicialCarrierCorp
rCall Pat 35 i'8 51New Kings Road
Profitable Coin Laundry Jacksonville. FL 3220'
,, ar',i.r.o or, cl.-ar, (904) 764 4516
ter.ice Man, ort $90K
No finanrcing 982 641 DRIVERS
Satellite Sales Installa- $,1,) -S1 1.3o r.e-t ana
tion Service, 10 ,r ., s .-r r .e-aek C. Still b
oui." . -t.ng cor.tr.-ia nt. .nr_-,.e -ee eno P.lu
. service agre.emenis hae CDL A mOtim
Tra3n.ng a consulting .-lern 3 .r f.1l R
a. a.1 904. 745-9270 356.0500 DFWP
565 Money to Lend INDPT CONTRACTOR!
Noeo tr, O t cc.ntracto,
65 orBorrow th 3 Pu truck
v ns.role ar., .:.f .c-r,
100% FINANCING good pal5 DDo, at
Bnkrpc6 sell EMP.3 Ieln:t Prnrd C,:urer. 431
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707 Driver
*** Home ***
*** Every Day ***
$45k -$55k potential
5 days week
Home after every shift -
$750wk guarantee
Vacation & Cobra neg.
Up to $3k bonus for exp
Fuel Drivers
Local Jacksonville Area
Fuel Tanker Night Shifts
Must have:
CDL A w/X endorse.
3 years T/T experience
Clean criminal report
3 points or less on MVR
If you meet these
Call 866/443.8383 X2
for application

Are you a Class B
driver? Hazmat a
PLu Wr.ae ,.- 11
full [im p.:.;.t.jrn
I[,:. I'll C li GPC
dri.ril 443 7377 laor
an Inisfanr Irt r..c .'-

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96o no Loucn [regnir,
Local work, good pay &
purchase your own
ruck with no money
down? Then call
609-978-6967 NOWIIIt
Earning potential
$800.1000/wk CO. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
Renee at 866.-374-0764
side-CDL Class A
License. Dependable.,
MUst have Experience,
Salary range $12-$15,
Drug testing required.
Good driving record
required. Apply at 8300
W. Beaver St. 781-4818
or Fax 783-3197, EOE

710 n Industrial/
710 J Trades

HELPER Must have
good driving record. No
exp. necc. Apply 7029
Commonwealth Ave
Suite 10 or call 783.6330
ALARM TECH Top pay &
co. vehicle, exp only
apply.Call Jeff356-1111
(Rubber Tire). Must
have experience.
$12.00-$15.00. Apply in
person, 8300 W. Beaver
St 781-4818 or fax to
783-3197 EOE. Drug
testing required.
Bellingham Marine,
a leader in the manu-
facture and construc-
tion of marinas, seeks a
Construction Project
Manager for our Cal-
lahan Florida Drystack
operation, to direct &
coordinate construc-
tion activities.'
Responsibilities include
managing labor, '
equipment, and sub-
contractors for mul-
tiple projects, prepar-
ing daily reports &
change orders, sched-
uling, safety adminis-
tration, customer
relations, & supervis-
ing personnel.
Required experience
includes a strong
background in steel
construction and light
gauge metal building
experience preferred.
Travel is required. B.A.
Degree with minimum
of 5 years experience
OR equlv. exp. & ed
required. Computer
skills & travel are also
required. Send resume
& cover letter to
.corn or HR, BMI Corp,
PO Box 8, Bellinpham,
WA. 98227. Co. info. &
job description avail-
able at www.belling-
Equal Opportunity
Employer. Drug-free
W'side, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759. 2875
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Industrial Mechanic
for 3rd Shift Mainte-
nance Crew Must have
5 e3ar.; e-F P'a, rar.ie.
r.,m 516 y6 plu-=
26 .rnirt d, W are ar,
EECC Drug iree r..:.r
B1.3C,- 401 h. Hea 311n
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CR 216. r.lM .5 i FL
3,223J .,r fa. resume to
,vm04, 269 7'36

710 Industrial/
710 Trades

Growing, aggressive
home services com-
pany, specializing in
maintenance, repair
and non-structural
remodeling, desires the
expertise of a Licensed
General, Building or
Residential contractor
for part- time consult-
ng. License must be in
good standing for Duval
and St. Johns County
through 2006. Call (904)
807 6784.

HANGERS Group ins, Pd,
hols, vac, 401K. DFWP.
A apply Fickling Brothers
1703 Lamberth St.

I,-..3 ,T, ,',. .:,.[ ,.:r [r Jn 3
:.r r.:. .

:r 3?,,DI 31: -.lire ,jl

Loader operator for
grade crew. Great
benefits, health,
dental, pd holidays,
pd Vac, 401K EOE
DFWP Apply at:
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

$18/hr, DFWP Call
Southern Steel & Deck

Paint & Body shop,
Full Time,Good benefits.

Good pay, Own trans-
portation. Call 288-0431

Must have at least 3 years

Supervisor Trainee
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3 m, n ,I l ,,,- F, u S. n,-- r g, 1,,I.
m r; r. ,r c3 ', incn ,.'-
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Superisra Tr:,inee
Prfc.r 2 ,ear dclre.-
W,. are an EE,'C..bruQ
h,: 1irn odneial ii-
l_ ur CarmCe 3o0 F.:,II
L' C 11TI rn B u r.*.
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r-:unez ,- Jc2r '.736

(904) 838 9283

711 Manrine
711 'Trade
Deck Hands with MMD cards
Erni;djate up- F nQ
r.1ecrgen..;cy Ikir'5 a Srvic
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or Eval ator6 6c 1

71 n Managemeni'
7 1 Professional

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Fax 813-289-1517
mnunez@ps, corp.net

MHCJ have the
following openings:
Family Service
BA/BS req. Exp. pref.
Case Manager -
Mental Health -
Entry level
BABS required
Emergency Services
PT Wkid Evnirrq3 3.
NighlS. BA/'BS +I yr
exp in diagnosis
Apply in person
(9a.m..4 p.m., M. F only)
or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. horth,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 493- 5910.

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715 Professional

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

720 Medical,

Life 0
Center i.
of Jacksonville


Full-time and
Part-time positions
available. RN pre-
ferred, Experience in
MDS required.

Full-time, rotating

7-3, 3-11 & 11-7
Full-time, Part-time,
PRN, Weekends Only
Come see what we're
all about and expe-
rience the difference
in our beautiful
Life Care Center of
4813 Lenoir Avenue,
Jacksonville, FL 32216,
FAX (904)332-4548.

PT Medical Director
to oversee metha-
done treatment cen-
ter. Flexible hours.
Fax CV to NIna
or call 904 398 7015

MHCJ hjae, the fol
lowring opportunlties
aaiabie immedialel';
tc, p-ople who warnt to
r3a PT .a i ,lfrftence in
the I, r sof others
tnrouqri Bihavi'r.al
heal31ri care:

Great Schedule-
Full Benefits
M F Nig'nt. No
Weekends regu-red
Mental Health
Fr'. PT. direct care
Security Officer
FT 5p 5a. 7 on, 7 c.rf
For more ro., lease
call 743 1683

PRN RN5 and LPNs.
MHTs always
Apply in person
(9 a.m,- 4pin. M- F only)
or mai resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700(7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 3221L
Fax resume to 4935910.
Ot 'Amru fri. ? 9W,-rm pl3tC

w/ Urology Exp to
work'in a physician
office. Excellent sal-
ar, i& bnefir Pie.a-eI
r3'S r,:Sume a3njr 3
LE 3,55 89 69

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proaeanoss SnipPin.g
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FT i,:. rit p ,:-,a nlrr.

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F 3xa r -:um 296- 19i1

724 Education
New Southslde Campus

Admin Assist Reception.
Pr:-.'e ,s.onr.al pre/ en-
tat. 'r., ex rp -r.irncea
cear.cal 3D.P.t,. -Ce '
I nr, 31 ,:ust '.rr.er ser.
S ce 111 s and P.1i.
O i.c : or Tirc tient c
reauireo pre -o -us .*.,:,r[
, neOlur .r3irr. i anl-
r.:,nmr,[ a olus Some
,:.lie-e Drei-rrea
Academic Advisor.
Ew erienced academic
ad.-'',Or -t.-in e cellerit
cc.rrTim nncaIr.'.r. orga '
n m i. n
Sm ,nt an' .15 Ofrunrce
gradual- t udernti and
, 3 lu te credits
S a.- n 1,:.r's d. grae
required ECm,ernence
.-.ori,.na In mrlitar.
e n ir.:.r rn n tt
ai-erse ,vDula1ton s
Dr'.ferre d
Community Relations
Coordinator. Erperi-
-ncea a: aoremi.:
rec ruitlr Bacnejor'
agree emornst r aed
cir.sc Dc m3nagemert
sp lli-. C..rolorate and
Sommurit rel at o r.
sh.p Eucces-ea e-xcei-
IA r-.t present 3tic.,r.
C:im.Tr unc atl.nn- skiIIa
S-.,:n w rse pD- ,ula
tion, reau-red
ADIlic alconnE resume
6-.:ceDtea until DEC 9 3t

Immediate Openings
Adijuiit lI, n : I wsrit t-ri:e-
il. [ii ihl'iij: rJ.r1T drl
jllr Erri) rl ,mTiJl S letiv

.i P ,:n Mul rIruve
Ma re:i: ,~r:l wi-illS ,:err
rir in 3j ,hie ,1 I irrmn'

u31 '-2J44 .
Embry Riddle -
Aeronautical Univ.

725 Office/
2 Clerical

Exp pref. fast pace ofc,
fax resume to 726-0116
KEEPER: BA degree. FT.
benefits Fax 998-1717

735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

FT/PT., no nights or
weekends 724-8226

735 Hotels

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A weekly look at the automotive market

A good case of ...

Chevy Cobalt truly

earns its SS badge

By Dan Scanlan
It sure was yellow.
And it sure was fast, appropriate
since this Chevrolet Cobalt compact
coupe wears the well-known "SS" badge
once given to legendary muscle cars like the
Impala SS.
This little, winged coupe isn't a V-8 mus-
cle car, or even one of the V-6-powered SS
models the bow tie brigade has sent our
way, like the Monte Carlo SS. But it has
muscle to go with its moxie.
Now, Chevrolet has done pretty well with
some factory-modified compact Cavaliers on
drag strips around the country. But it need-
ed to bring out a compact that import buy-
ers also would respect along with compact
import coupe owners you know, the ones
with the Honda Civic Sis, Acura
Integra/RSXs and Mitsubishi Eclipses. And
the product had to offer horsepower, a cool
shape and respectable handling to boot.
The result was a totally new compact
based on GM's Delta architecture, shared
with the Saturn ION compact and named
after the heavy metal called Cobalt. The
base, LS and LT trim sedan and coupe mod-
els were first, then the winged SS was
revealed in April, 2004, at Irwindale
Speedway in California and at the Specialty
Equipment Market Association
International Auto Salon in Los Angeles.
The Cobalt replaces the venerable
Chevrolet Cavalier; which debuted in 1982
and thankfully ended production in late
Chevrolet says the Cobalt is its "fun-to-
drive small car" targeting the Honda Civic,
Toyota Corolla, Ford Focus and offerings
from Mitsubishi, Honda, Suzuki, Kia and
The Cobalt SS with a supercharged
engine is the highest development of that
fun and "developed to appeal to the tuner
enthusiast" with "all the key components to
deliver an exciting driver's high-perform-
ance sport coupe straight from the facto-
ry," according to a quote from Cobalt mar-
keting director Pete Langenhorst.
So what does that give us?
First off, five specific colors Black,
Orange Metallic, Victory Red, Arrival Blue
Metallic and our test car's Rally Yellow -
Chevy must think the Cobalt's future is so
bright, we just have to wear shades.
Up front, the simple single-bar grille with
petite (for Chevy) emblem splits a black
grille, as the headlights sweep up the sides
and a crease in the big clear lens becomes
part of a character line that carries the
coupe's wedge-like profile aft to the high
tail. The front bumper is more aggressive
than the base Cobalt, with a wide-mouth
lower air intake that shows off the super-
charger's air-to-water intercooler and a
deep front air dam with splitter lip.
The beautiful smoked chrome five-spoke
alloy wheels neatly fill gently
flared fenders, wearing pretty
aggressive Pirelli P215/45-R18-
inch radials. Custom rocker
moldings visually lower the car,
while that high rear decklid
spoiler certainly grabs your
attention (and neatly bisects
rear vision).
Four Corvette-like round tail-
lights grace the coupe's rear
end over a rear apron with a
.mesh-style cutout and room for
a large, chromed exhaust tip.
Overall, it's a sporty look with
a bit of Cavalier and Civic in
the rear roof line, looking a bit
sexier with a 10-millimeter A low-moi
lower ride height. My 10-year- supercharg
old said, "It really looks like a placed wh
tuner." are found
The color certainly grabbed A-pillar.
people's attention, and so did the wing and
the big "SS" badges. Since lots of aftermar-
ket tuners put wings on things that don't
deserve them, others just ho-hummed the
Cobalt SS. Other gripes the stubby
OnStar and XM Satellite Radio antennas
on the roof look out of place, while the black
B-pillar trim was peeling on the passenger
Inside, it's just as bright and wild despite

Dan Scanlan/special
One sure way to express yourself: The 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt compact winged coupe has muscle to go with its moxie.


Dan Scann speccal
The Chevrolel Cobalt is just as bright and wild inside despite an interi-
or born for a more mundane compact. The black plastic dash gels
satin nickel accents on the instrument panel, shifter base and doors.

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an interior born for a more mundane com-
pact. The black plastic dash gets satin nick-
el accents on the instrument panel, shifter
base and doors. The front leather bucket
seats are black leather
with perforated yellow
S inserts, matching the exte-
f'" rior color, while an embroi-
dered SS logo is on the
upper back.
The driver's bucket seat
was comfortable for regu-
lar driving, but lacked side
Support when the going
got spirited. A set of more
aggressive Recaro buckets
(w/limited-slip differen-
'. tial) are available, and
after trying them at a GM
autocross event recently, I
Dan Scanlan/special say get them if your driv-
ited AutoMeter ing intentions are more
r boost gauge is SCCA-ish. The stock four-
e import tuners spoke steering wheel gets
on the driver's a stitched leather rim and
remote stereo and cruise
control buttons. Tilt-adjust it right, and the
black-faced, chrome-rimmed 160-mph
speedometer, 8,000-rpm tachometer and gas
and temperature gauges in the instrument
cluster are easy to read, as is a low-mount-
ed AutoMeter supercharger boost gauge put
where import tuners do on the driver's A-
pillar. A simple trip computer with mpg,
average speed and other driving informa-
tion is housed in the speedometer. We could

Vehicle type two-door compact supercharged domestic
sports coupe
Base price $21,430 (As driven $23,410)
Engine type cast alloy supercharged Ecotec, 16-valve
DOHC four-cylinder w/intercooler
Horsepower (net) 205 hp at 5,600 rpm
Torque (Ib-ft) 200 at 4,400 rpm
Transmission 5-speed manual
Wheelbase 103.3 in.
Overall length 180.5 in.
Overall width67.9 in.
Height 55 in.
Front headroom 38.7 in.
Front legroom 42 in.
Rear headroom 375.7 in.
Rear legroom32.2 in.
Cargo capacity 13.9 cubic feet
Curb weight 2,806 pounds
Fuel capacity 13.2 gallons
Mileage rating 23 mpg city/ 29 mpg highway
Last word A very fun coupe!

never get the driver-to-pedal relationship
right, with either the pedals too close, man-
ual driver's seat height adjustment or not,
or steering wheel too far away. Give us a
telescoping wheel feature, please.
A super seven-speaker Pioneer AM-FM-
CD/MP3-XM Satellite Radio stereo offers a
whomping great sub-woofer in the trunk.
The rest of the dash is hard plastic, but the
leather-like grain and fit and finish were
well done and looked good. Two 12-volt
power outlets up front let you run your iPod
or cellular telephone, while two cup holders
do an OK job. The back seats are easy to get
to, and, yes, two adults can live in back. You
also can split and fold the 60/40 split-bench
to expand the trunk, deep and pretty big,
although the opening is small.
How does it drive? Pretty well, we think.
The Cobalt SS's supercharged Ecotec 2-
liter four-cylinder engine and five-speed
manual transmission are outgrowths of GM
Racing's successful Ecotec-powered cars in
the NHRA Summit Sport Compact Racing
Series. With an Eaton M62 roots-type
supercharger, its 205 horsepower hit the
ground squealing tires as soon as the boost
came on.
The Cobalt sedan's 145-hp, 2.2-liter four-
cylinder engine got to 60 mph in an ade-
quate 9.8 seconds. Our 1,500-mile-old SS
Supercharged did it in 6 seconds, with rub-
ber in second gear and an engine that loves
to rev.
The five-speed's close-ratio gearing is tai-
lored to the power band, with an inch short-

er throw on the shifter. It felt great, a bit
notchy but quick to slot into gear.
Chevy is proud that the car's handling
was tuned at Germany's famous
Niirburgring, a very challenging 170-turn
road course, so we had high expectations.
For the most part, we were not disappoint-
ed. The ride is firm but comfortable, show-
ing a bit of body roll when we tossed it
around, but the car takes a set and hangs
The Cobalt LT sedan base price is
$18,195. The Cobalt SS Supercharged start-
ed at $21,430, including a seven-speaker
Pioneer AM-FM-CD/MP3 stereo. Our
options were limited to OnStar for $695;
side head-curtain air bags for $395; and XM
Satellite Radio for $325, for an appealing
MSRP of $23,410. Fuel mileage estimat-
ed at 23 city/29 highway averaged about
19 mpg.
Bottom line a very good tuner car from
Chevrolet, with honest power, looks and
handling as well as lots of good stuff stan-
dard. Firm up the shock damping, add bet-
ter buckets and make mine black.

Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehicles on
Northeast Florida's roads, averaging about 200
miles of combined highway and city traffic dur-
ing a weeklong test. The test vehicles are provid-
ed by the manufacturer according to their
schedule, and represent a broad spectrum of
sizes and prices. The prices listed are manufac-
turer's suggested retail prices. A longer version
of this review and past reviews can be seen on
jacksonville.com's "Autos" link.




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DrD ? cLEX 6 tcrdJohn Deere L120 Series. [Inwse chodou ee nt o 5 aded.rmonBeh. CADILLAC Coupe Deville, Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
ratn 212*0 h wlde used 5C'sa_ s i13C0. Chihuhuuas, Yorkies, low miles, must see auto A/C2WD92k $68,750.386-615-4565 '8 103K ml, looks CHEVYTahoe LT'97, Red,4x43rdseat, 160kml
after 3 colElector & fert zer selSl $50 Ca 362.6567 ShebaInu,Pom. 904.771.1388/891-7351 sportspk $9850 OBO good runs grt, 287-2139 runs great 4x4, $3850. $9900 firm904-262-9020
P ER FIT TREAD- attachment Original BOWFLEX ULTIMATE FOR Open Sundays till X-mas HD BUELL 036mo new Mercury Grand Call 476912-Conver-
IPr Ice 2800 asi ng ALE www.etworldpetscom full access, must sell FERRARI F3551997 $3775. V8,4.6L, slon van. Raised roof, DODGE DAKOTA Mitsubishi Montero Sprt
$,5 MILLAL E FOR. Open Sua tilrldpetscom NOl BU9eLLn 03 s sAewl / Marquis '98 Chevy 620 '89-Conver-
$ Crr-rrnLf 2000 obo. 79-9730 Please call 291-9498 Pet World 262-4646 $2195 obo. 551-8012 F355Berlinetta, 31kml. Mint autorwd, 116,500+ good powertrain.make -96, STDcab, 98$newAC, runsgood,10 5
1iMunne' 311 o1n HID- R T N ROADKING -04 cond. $74,900371-4728 miles, med. blue, one good work van. $995 4 a truck runs great, spd.$3200obo219.0807
772t, 24s-;o Household Bowflex it.I leg Rat Terrier puppies- HDROADKING-d4,hd owner, garage kept, obo. 386-431-1354 alloy wheels, black
CO955 Furniture pu extension, at 708-5 All colors6-9370 removable wndshid, i runs-looks great clean clean, truck box, $3000. NISSAN Xterra '00 120K
SPS2,3 CONTROLLERS rte pullcown, at 708-5311 or 266-9370 e, r Buy of the week. $3999 904-282.0848 DODGE INTREPID ES 95 Call 251-5000 m, well maint, 6est
15 ft extension multi- attachment $600. chromed, red flame COGGIN PONTIAC 9045059956 runs d new ac/radia-r. 631-2351
tap 9 games and Antique Butterfly Body by Jake AbScis- Rottweiler pups- 2654 mi $17,500 -866-568-6000 tor $00.obo. 2700791 Dodge Ram 1500200431-2351
memory card all for Leaf t restle table, sor $100 .912-573-1294 or AKC,POP,HC,8ma/lfem 213-7788 Atlantic 1-866-568-000 Mini 73 Innocent uor $195 .ob. 2 V6 autocruse .tinted ,
me m or 912a88225983r -783-3328 c'rdon X FORDPPICKUPn'94rdA b F '' windows intoolbox mAculate co u0l
5275,6129998 perf. cond. $350. 9128825983 $500ea. 904-7833328 Screaming Eagle FORD MUSTANG 05 101 Freshly rebuilt FORD PICKUP94 body windows, toolbox. SUZUKI XL-7 4x4'04
Radio Controlled 2646364 DEER ANTLERS Large SHIH-TZU -CKC, 8wks, Road Glide'1, excw Cleanest in Jax. 3000 ml, 1293ccCoopers 0 Good con s 190 loadedmust sell this
FirebIrd XL elecplane, Bassinette new in Collection $20-$50. Jax 2M s/w, cute/lovable: cond loaded. $20,000. loaded must sell v spe englinhe la e blown .Call 21900 D4329
Snew fuselage& radio, I box.Potable/trave(fo Beach 904-241-0361 $375772-6639 Call 813-4000 fast $18,95. Ca 389770 rts. Joshua head gasket.908-9109 Call 219-432 week. $,495. 389-7700
extra batteryHow to 41\ Ids).Precious .E. F r w u/2-7133 FORD T-BIRD-'95, V8, DODGE RAM 1500 4x4
video, S75.00,269-1478 m oments.light EoIptical Machine ST. BERNARD PUPS -4wks D UltraClA assic '98-o its Crew Cab '05. Fully Toyta rlu
before 8pm. bue/yelow.Incdude 0 ed y for X- s of chromeadult owned. S U V T I r e s Mitsubishi AC, 101k, $2600 cash. C FTy To 4yLt ris
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S e ni canopy,mattress,sheet. $40. cond $450 228-1555 ments $800.904.591.0773 15 continental -Disc, green, immediate sale $ $18,985. ll3897700 r bales, Pkg #4 side
SE AF ont inent $7 Cal 1 H ONDA 6ivcsreen
$1F0,EAne F LOR (278-1952 GOLF CART EZ-Go, '02 HON D A 750 0ortOtitra a 27all dnt o leather, 134k, t CivY BeR Call W9.0 7 ierktw lbase, whie
orfrid$40, BDRM-A-BARG MAT xccod, $2750 Call CR250R 2. stroke 219-6765 or 714-4466 24m, $4000 OB. n Call runs greathwmiacD Ram1500 $21,7. ll 264-2973
sb,6 $0. D I A tsd3 284-9399 or 705-0888 aftermarket EO Prizm 1995 Marshai 904-557-1143 $ C 49 _/ 04,v 6, Auto,
shopsmith $3a50, BRAND NEW IN PLASTICexhaust ramp and
treadmill $100. Queen $99 King $140 GOLFCLUBS iding ear$3500 obo, ery lean odold MITSUBISHI 9120U 17A8. utintebox. 47kwmi Lldes eD
o -7352 Mem Foam From $2 50 M uTop flight irons ca ll90433.2804 /AT.runsneeds 1 DIAMANTE '95 20K, $1700 CASH. tl b 4 STV/DVD Ioaded,
T04 272 I 3-SW$1501,3,7 trans repair. Call 6-Disc, green. Call 463-2323 $10,00 2194329 immaculate condition,
TONNEAU COVER woodsmasterfit HONDA SHADOW ACE 750 278-7966 after 6:00pm. leather, 134k X FACTORY WHEELS& ri
For Ford F1506 ft ,. BED CHILD'S OAK $150, powerbuilt, driv- '03 Excel ent condition Asking $1300 0 24mp; $4000obo. 1 9 MAZDA RX-7 u FTORY 31s,875 Call 389-7700
Sbed, 6mo old exc twa in captain's bed, P3 es 1,3,5 woods $120. very low miles must Oselle Marshall 904-557-1143 185 auto runs TIRES-All truck
4 ,cond. $100. 542. P drawer storage. $185. 904 269-2192t transportation th is week $497. 389- 7700$ 9 Geo Prim 96' 4 1Ogood $650 obo RL 9, mode. s avail, $300 and ass
les piece bedro oet, GOLF CLUBS -Tailor 00Aviation KAWASKI KX9 O94-$700 iF Rgreatncondition, A ticSD 1 6 u. n
904-298-4005 0$425 Ping 1 -LW IBoats$1500; Orbothf g200 work, runs good gas $3288. COGGIN;PONTIAC VOYAGER '93- Runs gd green ext, tanl think,
XMA/BRIDE TO BE graphite $525545-686 121 Dockage & Ater6pm 269-5147 car $1200 0427966 Atlantic 1-866-568-6000 $1950.904-465-0917 CD grtcond. 51K m .

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pls ietae Se ia Gym, hardly used. 1220MarineEquipment byTHH ful face immaculatecondlow GT'00,thrloadedexc Automatic1995green, FORD EXCURSION LIM- Callforice!
"Joan of Arc" Still er Retail $11 99. as with ventsmetal- ml $15,000 476-9192 cond $59009 92-9197 Vtan interior runs great ITED white Banks COGGIN PONTIAC
Joanofrc" Sill FSeal0ed Spe c -au 0a $19. Sale grice and good lots of new parts 60 yi, Turbo Diesel, 3rd seat,extrantic0iLarat w/thr
$1___7. 904-277-1224 ____e r 904-519-6 97Ic burgundy,near mote o nw towing spkage.$h, tiles .-

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goo Builodiug Pre Sofa&Chair2Fre8d C9, p with red felt, w/ A1T00Motorcy 1Oes/Mini Specal of the wk $3999 COGGIN PONTIAC TURN-SL '99 Great van, 7 passenger91
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fi BEDROOM GIRLS white, 941pdL 587-9o 04-233-2804h00 a- sai s C OBO Call 904-881-0925 T ota Crla '93uA t$5001 POLICE IMPOUNDSI
fce twiVn sbeds w/headM 2 I 1340 Trailers /
SboardBE, box springs and shape $12900 065 1Vans/Buses LLEXUSL 43 002004cl g-Ford F10 Super Crew Cars from $500! Listings
at onC il mattress, night stand RMCROSS Misc. Auto uzuki Intruder'99. UltraaPkg, Navigation, Loaded -FC-S-a01- Exc shape.$11,5001800-749-8116 x25

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Herman Miller'x' wa dresser 0. C desk AAMweights, great o- WantOd H-375-0663 or TOYOTA SOLORA SLE'O0 used 6 months. Some Ford F150 Super Crew blu AU$600Tobo. Call
With Pedestal & Overhead. w/hutch like new dilon. Ca1 291155, C 5605-4758 Mazda626'93.ColdA/C green,2drV Lded,Ithr, Rust, no holesOr '05-V8, S.4L AT, 2WD Chasity@619.0026
Gator Office Furniture $1000 call 04-230l2909 $8500. 5 speed good enine, sunrf, 6dsc 26k orig missing springs, extra 6,400mi Lariat w/Ithr
(904) 7246400 BOX & MATRESS SET X mas Sale Golf 1205 Boats Yamaha YZF-60R Alpine Stereo, D mi, $12,SOOobo. 7430448 pad. $60 215-7371 front captains chairs,.
SS ewTop pIn iow x '02-9k m, r uns great, player, good trans- towing pack 10e.$26 ,900 i 2GO -0KAR
a toice. Pl0ow7o A trn shetwboeds 4 erhe wl 0. must sell. $3500 portation. Smalldent VokswagonJetta 1981 CHEVY BLAZER Call 904-940-7778ext27 wn rilbar I ngle
928 Electronics ron sets, wood GHEENOE'86- w/trr, 970-201-6974 on front fender GLS '01, silver/bk at PS PW 4x435035 riderNeeds gas
BR FURN -br set, coun- sets, single clubs folding seats, troll mtr 136,000 mi. $1500 OBO 42 91 auto, sunroof, cold 7BFG Mud terrain, 4 in. FORD F350-'88 diesel,G tank, rusted out.
l tri try french triple bals, accessories. Call & batt. Great condo. (904)9622029 acasking $10,900 rancholift. CallChad $3,000; FORD BRONCO- $595. Will repair, $250
d Bose Sol's dresser mir,. chest, Walt 778-9167 Save$$$ $1200obo. 318-5737 Auto Parrts obo k 710-1254 434- 5934 '87 $2K 904-509-4240 obo. Call 904-87-9838
Floor Speakers night tbi $600 230-8859
1 And two Bose Carpet-New, ivoryC 985 Trailers 22' MAKO 224r ...
1 Acoustimass rear center console 20Inch Wheels lsRoaIond 269
cubes w/bass module D plush 7v so x12'$80; Iw/trailerntwin $,188 with or without
$300 xcond. Great xI,- lounge chairs with 115 hp, ttop, trim 'Jtires will fit Explorer
sound. 904-529-9630 cushons$20sump WELLS CARGO 2005 tabs owanceelec- and more. Best offer.
pump. New $70. ENCLOSED 6X10 SGLE tronics, live well, lots Call 904-535. 1100
-Car Subwoofer and 276-3584 AXLE LIKE NEW PD storage, 13kobo
Amp 10" sub in $3200. SELL FOR $2600 912-729-2303 F N T
tube. No box Complete Bed- CALL 287-0991 91 O29.30D-R EFT O R '

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- needed. Crossfire roo S Fa o n 29FT.SEARAY '96, 290 pass/65 R17 60K ov
70Wx2 amp. Excellent ti $400 new, O, n.s und ancer,S sg6 I 45420 p / 2mi. ContinentalR70
condition $95. 882-5267sies please call forMercruiser bravo 3, Conttrac, $275, call
nation. 864-4725 AC heat, GPS radar, 904-219-6765, 714- 44661
5 years old, $50. 4L Couch- Excellent black/gold pkg, Moor-
Cl 904 855 / conditionS beige ing cover camper top,| TIRE 1-NEW 215/75/ AU
9908. w/burganyfloral ehrs or us fresh R O C 15,u al soeChevyastro ACURA B0ZARD FORLEXUS F JACKSNVILLEO A
-atl 3rd ,-2 waterno like new alum rim, $49. must u R OF JAXI I
print. Priced to sell. $55K. Call 358 0 sel c 2 1 of Orange Park t. Augustine ,353-6797 1025 Atlantic Bld 722-5000
Sony Wega36" TV $150 OBO. 264-3486 Pets and 55K Call 352.5986750 a5s treFa.62s S1, a4 1Su0259 UAtlant 1 Blvdy 9472U-0 F
/ Excellent condl- 228.ihr1095 .in or 352 237-1293 205/75/15 tire Au0ustine u 15 ty Bl. 10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455
tion. Complete with Animals Alumaweld 15boat, Tres(4).LT23517 7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600 1
a 4 ak mirror & glass. 1005 Livestock& trailer is 18',comeswith 15. Goodyear -.A- CLARK
tei T & 7809 sml I 0 trolling motor 25 hp k. Workhorse. Extra c FUR IR R ID O R
T.V. 19' Panasonic 3' x 3' $250 for pair. | 1010 Pesan upYam ahe n d 3 0 c |all e o21 u sed trip radi Good
iColor, rxcondv $40,ncallna91:2-674-9317 | Sr v Pec Spes Mot 278- 15 2N trs $3
29 xcond $2 after 5pm arm & 4 side chrs, light Buick Regal '00 TRANSMISSIONS Rebuilt. 46100 Sthside Blvd. 55-4000 GARDER FORD-MERCURY 7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000 1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700
I' wood,r$20se272ol39g 1 Marine18ft in/out Starting e $389 Free tow
Ga 5Dr n s, cwrrt |l wd 2 2- o Livestock board new engine In house financing avail. m6ove Sprng 264-4502
945 Garglefs &epadshr6 chairs.b22& Supplies vanlzedHShorelander t 4 0ivIreen-CCITYSUZUKI
Sales Piece nt china $13000 Great condition MIKE SHAD FORD
ARL-Sat 8-12. Futon, ent 904-264-2462 colorsdilscount on airs 20 classics BENTLEY- ORLANDO At The Avenues LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE 10515 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
centr-baby DINING8SET .RpadQueen _. 1020P__pH_. 94-9-32
Hawkitems. DIN80-c Queen $500 & up 941-587-2896 Kawasaki STX7509 B www.woddimpo0sha.com www.catom2t-e.c0m
Hawkins Cove Dr. E. Ann Cherry 2pc china Jet Ski 1967BRONCO 95 N. Ronald Reagan 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
S ATLANTIC BEACH hutch 4 side chrs 2 Pet's&raLe stock, goo cond, $3600 Lngwd/and 407-333443
MOVING -0317 rm chis.-40x84 tabl0 Supplies Asking $2500 OBO. Call 874-3777 MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
sat 11/S Sun 11/6 & 904-764-81221 _(904)537_0008. Chevy Corvette'79Red,. _,_, AT REGENCY'
Satl11/12e&xSunl11/13 Furn TCENTER, DR table AMERICAN BULL DOG L8S Stingray 96kml, $8200 INGTON TOYOTA
ca oth12 & Swon g113FuIn, eNT a fr $0P UPS -$400. Cal obo.Rer '02. TOMBU 725-3060 TOMBUSH1MAZDA5ARLINGTONUTO
esto eIs w/chairs, 7pc couch & 491-8251 1210 Sailboats TOM BUSH BMW 9650 Atlantic Blvd.t7 10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000
d A-,lbackyard sw2ng, end tabl es. All for $500 FORD EXPLORER- 8 02,
on, cmptr desks, Call 887-0085 AUARUM 75ga1-S79k mlod condl 4dr 9 MIKE SHAD FORD
n -S9 ,48x19"x19",glass V6, at,$10,00obo38-1860 9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725
249-5967 FURN -Broyhill sofa, top, woodenbase -22-30' 4 sailboats,
Win Fcabinet and top vi e w I ng from FordMustan-1
AvoCN TUe Y !SLEOF -cus-draperies4to-filters,-rocks,9am-12pm. c /-Two-1965,-one1966,. -IIInLei- 673
Avondale Ave. Sat. 8-2. match 36" console t $225irm.904.2692192 12:30p, Sat Dec. 3rd. at restorable condi-
Kllpsch spkrs, 2 lamps, Ortega River Boat Yard. tion. six cylinder GARBER BUICK]KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
Dog Kennel oil pic. 223-4007 Australian Shepherds 4451 Herschel St. automatic, all for $4500.
p cPgReg, 3M IF, S&W, POP, Includes extraparts. Green Cove Springs 264-4502
\_1/ porter.lLarge 36"pL x KinGood condition, 3 mos old $250. 317-2350 1215 Boat Dockage 904- 542-5356 B501 Youngerman Circ, 771-9100
-- 24" Wx26" H. $50.Call 705-8601 e AKCBeoagle spayed & Rentals KEYBUICK COGGIN GMC TRUCKS BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
$15. 00 ,Call 278-1952 it female lyr. Free.Nends 1 Automotive 90 AtlantUcUBlvd
E ARL. -Sat 8-1, 1412 1 LAKEOOD Moving Sale fenced yard. No small RBORTOWN50' 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 10231 Atlantic Blvd 724-1080 LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
Epanish Pt. Dr. Misc Sat Sam.n3pm; .ahildre olecy r N All SLIP 4660 Sohthside Blvd 642-606
clothng costume 1ew- 4243 San Remo Dr. dogs. 904-772-9287 Available iong term. 1995 Saturn RRER GM0 T12995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
Pg at904-28.5-3353/c13-8040 i 4 Dr. looks good,al Im 8]0.62"B888TU Cor90K7S788
elry, P games, gad- MOVING -must seil E. BLUE PIT8ULL PUPS 4 Druns.good, great S800-622-488or2904-797-800
gets and more. Amer hutch $125, fol- ADBA registered H/Cr t Green Cove Spnngs 264-4502
Fleming Island Planta- lowing $2ea. End & cfe j 6 fem, 4 male. RV'S& ges CADILLAC TOM BUSH MIN ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
tion.MOVING SALE tbls, 2 Lazyboys, couch 904509-3894 Supplies 904- 249- 5261 0 01' I'1
Sat onl8amcmptr desk, Ent cntr0 Suthside Blvd. 642-5111 975 Atlantic Blvd 725-0911
Thornhili'SubdivAslo-. 772 1982 COLEMAN 1310 Cassat Ave.389-4561
2060 Belle Grove Trace. 00CKC,black& whiterersml Power. low mi, 22,587 mi, NOGGINHONDA I
Electronics'household Or Oak Table W/4 HC,$500. 386-963-4932asleeps six, new $18k. 543-0589 10i-4p NIMNICTAILLA :
goodstoo5s furnituree 4Chairs. 48" diam. CHIHUAHUA -pups, canvas. $600 obo ACURA VIGOR -'92, AT, 7999 Blanding Blvd. 779-7700 ON ATLANTIC
904-541-0784 \J,4- 1 with 24" extension, $225, s/w, Call Bob 1 904,72ACRA 80k, $270 cA
Fleming Island-Sat 72. perfect cond. $435 912-496-2445 Coo46Diesel CallI463-2323
Lots of Great Stuff. hone 264 6364 Chihuuas beautiful Mountainre PARKER CADILLAC 1 COBlv 560 CatIthe AVMSBI
5UEEN BDRM SET, short & long hair. S/W, Motorhome 40' two 4 1.8 turbo. 3k mi, 23 San Marco, St Aug 354-2057STNP
ICW -12903 Forest Glen rresser w/mirror, $350 & $450.757-8567 slides fulloit ua10857wPhilpsaHwy.. 2609222 1481WellsRcad 2692603
Ct. S ( Riverbrook At two nightstands, every option 31 GlenKernan) Sat 7am means dresser, DACHSHUND mini AKC $149Ktrades consid- BMW 32 2002 Auto, Prem
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MANDARIN 2 Family Sale Asking$400, obo. Ask Hith cert 904-368-0591 d945 2 kp klnHsBIwHI
Sat. 8:30-2:00 Hshld for Gary 772-1047 DS3 21'AllegroeR.. Low sound$24,488 371-4728 CLUCASHONDAOFJAX 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
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1038-676V. lyRd./ Single, $25, cook- 904-422-8165 roof air, extras. Auto, Prem pkg 108-0 Philips H 260.7777 7801 Blanding Blvd 262277.wwwciyautomo0ive.comT
Ph. 398-6760; 637-9 ing rack$25, bath- Call for appointment $29,488371-4728
MANDRIN off Marbon room shelving $10, DOBIE PUPS AKC 14wks 378-1780CE CHEVROC9850Atlantic Blvd. 72R911
from San Jose or Lor- set of lamps 1 floor. 1 POP, shots, tails dock, BMW 3251A 2005 CITY MITSUBISHI
etta. Rattan desk & table, both for $50. Call $300.2 fem. 904,275-4100 AIRSTREAM & TRAIL Auto, HK sound, certified of ORANPAM
c cturesand 904-724-3650 MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS $23A,8 371-4728 8281 Mernill Rd 721-1880 HYUNDAI 7505 Blanding Blvd 7798100
9-1. 3278 Twisted Oak SOFA,BEAUTIFUL Siks,2F. Mchin Sales. Service. Parts BMW 33012002
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