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Top Sailors
Naval Hospital lax Announces SOYs
Page 4


Dental Readiness
Clinic Offers Checkups/Oral Surgery
Pages 8-9


Help Needed
USO Looking For Volunteers At Airport
Page 10


THURSDAY, JANUARY


www.jaxairnews.com


19, 2006


Photos by JOI Mike England
First Coast News reporter Ken Amaro accepts an award from
NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Awareness Committee Vice-
President Ernie Moreno during the observance.


GM1 Willie
Bradford con-
gratulates and
bids farewell
to Capt. Craig
Love after his
change of
command and
retirement
ceremony.
Cmdr. Jeffery
Eaton assumed
command of
Naval Air
Reserve
Jacksonville


Jan. 5Photos by PH2(AW/SW) Andrea Decanini Rri


NAVAIRES Jax gets new commander i_. e r.


Eaton takes command

of Naval Air Reserve

Jacksonville
By 02(SW) Sunday Williams
Naval Air Reserve Jacksonville
mdr. Jeffery Eaton took com-
mand of Naval Air Reserve
(NAVAIRES) Jacksonville, from
Capt. Craig Love in a small change of
command ceremony Jan. 5.
The swap was done in true aviation
fashion by the skipper's executive offi-
cer (XO), moving up to take over as
the commanding officer (CO). Eaton
showed his gratitude to Love for the
opportunity to takeover as the CO
during his speech.
"Sir, I want to thank you for the
faith and trust that you have in my
abilities and the effort which you per-'
sonally went through to ensure that I
was standing with you today," stated
Eaton. "Thanks for your confidence."
Sailors at NAVAIRES were excited
that Eaton would be taking over for
Love and several Sailors said it
makes the transition a little easier to
adjust to.
"It is hard enough to see Capt. Love


Cmdr. Jeffery Eaton addresses the
crowd as he assumes command of
Naval Air Reserve Jacksonville.
go, if we had to try and adapt to a
new captain it would just be very
hard to adjust," said YN1 Yvette
Cooper. "Capt. Love is such a great
leader and he has made such an
impact on all of us but, so has Cmdr.
Eaton, so it is fitting that he be the
one to take over."
Though the Sailors at NAVAIRES
were excited about their new CO,
they still had feelings of sadness as
they bid farewell to their former


leader. The command got together at
the NAS Jax Officers' Club for lunch
and cake to say good-bye to Love and,
to his surprise, send him off with a
few parting gifts.
Love was expecting a non-tradition-
al ceremony and for the day to be low-
key. He said he did not want anyone
making a big deal out of his leaving.
"I distinctly remember telling the
executive officer that I did not want
anything big and not to give gifts,"
said Love. "Funny, how I am standing
here in front of everyone receiving
these wonderful mementos, XO never
did listen to me."
Love was presented with a ships
bell and a shadow box with all of his
awards and medals including the
medal he received Jan.5, the Legion
of Merit. In addition to his awards,
his command also went as far as to
put his rank insignias from the Navy,
which he started out as an E4 and
then was commissioned making his
way from ensign to captain. They also
added his prior enlisted ranks from
serving in the Air Force from El to
E4.
Love was appreciative of the sup-
port and care of his command.


See RESERVES, Page 12


ur. iviartin


Luther King Jr.

By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
Sailors and civilians from NAS Jacksonville gathered
sponsored by the NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural
Committee in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Born Jan. 15, 1929 in Atlanta, King was an avid civil
servant for equality. He not only focused on African-
Anmerican hardships, but on the bigger picture of equality
for all Americans.
"Everything that Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. fought for
has had a tremendous effect on my life," said PS1 Jennifer
Henry, who roused the crowd with a stirring tribute to
King.
In addition to Henry's speech, the program featured a
performance by the William M. Raines High School chorus
and an awards presentation by NAS Jacksonville Multi-
Cultural Committee Vice President Ernie Moreno.
NAS Jacksonville's Equal Opportunity Advisor
HMCS(AW/FMF) Bryce McNair feels it is important for
all service members- to take time to remember King's
achievements every year.
"We need to have these observances every year so that
members of the younger generation will always remember
how far we've come because of the sacrifices made by peo-
ple like Dr. King," McNair stated.
- The highlight of the program came when guest speaker
Ken Amaro addressed the crowd. Amaro, a reporter with
Jacksonville's First Coast News, gave a passionate speech
during which he urged the crowd not to forget King's
struggle for civil rights and to remember so that the next
generation could live his dream.
"I've seen firsthand the changes that our country has
undergone and I don't think any of it would have been
possible without Dr. King," Amaro said.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson was among the many who took time out of their


See KING, Page 12


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson (left) goes for the
dunk as NAS Jax Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
blocks at the new outdoor basketball courts. "After some personal
observation and other people's input, I realized that we are lacking in
some outdoor recreation areas. Tennis is a great sport, but realistically
if you look at the number of tennis players we have and the number of
courts we had compared to the number of basketball players, it made
more sense to turn these courts into basketball courts," said Dobson.
"And, it's a great location."
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
takes a shot at the new outdoor basketball courts Jan. 13
as NAS Jax Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
watches. Four new basketball courts are now open
near the tennis courts on Allegheny Street. The transformation from the
former tennis courts to basketball courts was a self-help project com-
pleted by the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department's
Maintenance Division and cost approximately $5,000.


ABH2(AW/SW) Willie Griffith takes a look at one of the cul-
tural displays during the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Observance Jan. 11.


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2 JaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 19, 2006


FROM THE FLEET


Got tax questions? Just ask a VITA representative


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief


W hat's a VITA?, A
VITA is a volun-
teer income. tax
assistant. Most commands
throughout the Navy call
upon volunteers to receive
Internal Revenue Service
(IRS) training to assist serv-
ice personnel in filing their
taxes.
These income tax assis-
tants provide an outstand-
ing free service Sailors who
need tax assistance. If you
want to save some money,
and avoid having to pay a
private tax company to do
youi taxes, you should con-
sider utilizing a VITA.
Before you gather up all
your records and schedule
ah appointment, it's impor-
tant to note what a VITA
can and cannot help you
prepare. Here's a quick list
of what a VITA can prepare
for you:,.
* 1040EZ
* 1040A with Schedule 1, 2,
3& EIC
* 1040 with Schedule A,.B,
EIC&R
* 1040-V
* 1040-ES
* 2441 (Child and Depen-
dent Care Credit)
* 8863 (Education Credits)
* 8812 (Additional Child
Care Tax Credit)
Here's a quick list of
what VITAs cannot prepare


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
for you: .'
Schedule C (Profit or Loss
from Business),..
Complicated & Advanced
Schedule D
Schedule E (Rents and
Losses)
SS-5 (Request for Social
Security)
2106 (Employee Business
Expenses)
3903 (Moving)
8606 (Non-deductive IRA)
,* 8615 (Minor's Investment
Income) ,
I suspect most of you file
the most popular IRS forms
and a VITA can assist you.
The VITAs use' tax software
used by nationally-recog-
nized paid tax service cen-
ters. Each volunteer is
trained to help you fill out
your forms and also elec-
tronically file your taxes.
For all active duty
Sailors, according to the
Defense Finance and


Accounting Service (DFAS),
we should be able to access
our W-2 forms via My Pay
starting Jan. 21.
Between now and then,
,you should gather-:p all
your tax records, including
1099 statements and other
receipts that may help you
gain deductions. When it
comes to taxes, you really
can't be too organized.
Most of us electronically
file our taxes these days, but
there are some things to
keep in mind that might
save you a headache or two
down the road.
First, hard copies of your
returns are the most reli-
able protection. Relying on
a tax software program to
save each year's return is
probably unwise.
While the software is a
great tool to prepare your
return; you shouldn't rely on
that program exclusively to'
save your tax return for the
mandatory three years. The
best and safest way to pro-
tect against computer bugs
or crashes, is to retrain a
hard copy of your tax
return.
Without going into too
much detail about potential
deductions and different tax
situations, I would recom-
mend you go www.irs.gov
and: review the updated
information.
There is specific guidance
for combat deployments,
Hurricanes Katrina, Rita


and Wilma, and a whole
host of other factual infor-
mation that might help you
file correctly.
The only challenge I can
offer when it comes to taxes
is to tell the truth, keep
copies, and plan early. For
all of you who expect a
refund, it makes sense to me
that you would want to file
early.
.Once you get the refund,
put that money in the bank
or invest it... the earlier you
get it, the more interest you
can earn on that money.
I'll leave you with a final
advertisement for our
Sailors who serve as VITAs.
,No matter how smart you
think you are when it comes
to taxes, each year the tax
laws change.
Since our VITAs offer
their service for free, and
are trained by. the IRS, what
do you:have to 'lose? I know
many people who have tried
to do their taxes themselves,
only to learn later that a tax
service was able to get them
a larger refund by ensuring
they received all the deduc-
tions they were entitled to.
While taxes are
inevitable, I would argue

none of us want to pay more
than our fair share. Take
the time to-make sure you
get the deductions you are
entitled to and then, if you
are entitled a refund, invest
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SUNDAY SERVICE ES


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

4k<


Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: USS Hayler (DD 997),
USS Wasp (LHD-1)

Career Plans: To have a career in hotel
restaurant'management. .

Most Interesting Experience:
Completing three deployment, visiting other
countries and experiencing other cultures.

Words of Wisdom: Treat others as you
would want to be treated.


KRTHY ,MESSMRN

Job title/command:
GS-5 Supply Technician

Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.


Family Life: Married


SPast Duty Stations: None


Career Plans: To retire and stay in
Jacksonville.

Most Interesting Experience: Learning
the military way of life.

Words of Wisdom: Be happy.




NMCRS offers Budget

for Babies classes
By Linda Brown
,' NMCRS .
T he Navy Marine Corp Relief Society (NMCRS) at
NAS Jax offers Budget for Babies classes the first
and third Wednesday of each month. These compre-
hensive classes are available to all military personnel and
their family members. Participation of both parents is
encouraged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and financial planner,
helps the expecting parents prepare a budget for baby
from birth through college. He offers money saving tips for
buying baby's first items such as furniture, car seats, car-
riers and strollers. Retirement planning for parents is also
discussed.
I At the conclusion of the class each family is given
"baby's first sea bag", valued at $100. The sturdy canvas
bag contains a Gerber layette and a blanket knitted by
NMCRS volunteers.
The classes are held at NMCRS in Building 13 from 9:30
a.m.-noon on the first Wednesday of each month and from
6-8 p.m. on the third Wednesday.
To register or for more information, call 542-3515.






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 JO1 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer JO02(SW) Bill Lamed
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JAX AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JAX AIR NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The JuRAim Hiw can be reached at
(904) 542-5588 or by fax at (904) 542-1534 or write the JuAIR NWS, Box 2,
NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JAX AIR NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
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A 904-359-4168 ,- ,
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville


announces top military employees


From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville Command-
ing Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono closed out
2005 by honoring the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville and
Naval Branch Health
Clinics' (NBHCs) top Sailors
of the Year on Dec. 9.
The Command's Senior
Sailor of the Year, HM1
James Horton, works at
NBHC Kings Bay, Ga. as the
Clinic Dental Department's
leading petty officer (LPO).
Horton will go on to compete
in the Commander, Navy
Region Southeast Sailor of
the Year competition.
Senior Sailor of the Year
for Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville's core command,
MAI(AW) Heather Kilday,
serves as the Security
Department's LPO.
The Dallas, Texas native
entered: the Navy in 1990.
He has served at NBHC
Kings Bay since March 2005
and was selected Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's
NBHC's Senior Sailor of the
Quarter for both the third
and fourth Quarter of 2005.
Kilday credited her selec-
tion to the support of her co-
workers. "I felt very proud! I
couldn't have done it with-
out the support of the guys
who work here. I couldn't
have done it without each
and everyone of them. I feel
that this is their award," she
said. Kilday said a key fac-
tor in her selection was
probably her "willingness to
wear a lot of different hats,"
noting that she volunteers a
lot. For instance, she's the
First Class Association's
treasurer, is the LPO for the
hospital's Auxiliary Security
Force and serves with the


Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Sailors
of the Year assem-
ble in front of the
hospital's
Quarterdeck
entrance. Shown
above (left to right)
are the hospital
core command's
Blue Jacket of the
Year HM3 Eliseo
Rodriguez, the
Branch Health
Clinic's Junior
Sailor of the Year
HM2 Pedro Hu-
ertas-Diaz, Senior
Sailor of the Year
for the core com-
mand MA1 (AW)
Heather Kilday, the
Command's Senior
Sailor of the Year
HM1 James Hor-
ton, Core Com-
mand Junior Sailor
of the Year, HM2
Diana Mar-tinez
and the Branch
Clinic's Blue Jacket
of the Year HM3
Andrew Falken-
stein.


Fleet Hospital.
Finally, she said she was
also grateful for the support
of her husband, ATC
Kenneth Kilday and her
daughter, Courtney. Kilday
will soon be assigned to
Misawa Air Force Base in
Japan.
The Junior Sailor of the
Year for the hospital core
command HM2 Diana
Martinez works in the hos-
pital Pharmacy Depart-
ment.
Martinez, who is a phar-
macy technician and the
department's training coor-


dinator, said she was "very
,surprised and thrilled by
her selection." She said she
owed her selection largely to
the "preparation she
received from her chief, her
leading petty officer and her
department head. She
added the support from her
co-workers was "awesome"
and also said, "My husband,
Damion, and my children
also helped me so much."
Her advice to other Sailors
striving to achieve is to
"work and study hard."
The NBHC's Junior Sailor
of the Year HM2 Pedro


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Huertas-Diaz is a central
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cian at NBHC Kings Bay,
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Blue Jacket of the Year
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Core Command HM3 Eliseo
Rodriguez is a staff corps-
man in the Physical
Therapy/Occupational
Therapy Department.
NBHC's Blue Jacket of
the Year HM3 Andrew
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Sailors needed for


income tax training

By Naval Legal Service Office Southeast
The Naval Legal Service Office Southeast De-
tachment, NAS Jacksonville will sponsor an
additional opportunity for free Volunteer
Income Tax Assistance (VITA) training from Jan.
23-27 for those individuals that did not get the
opportunity to attend the previous.VITA training ses-
sion.
Only those individuals given permission to go TAD
to the NAS Jax Tax Center are needed, for this train-
ing. This class will be held in the 2005 Tax Center,
Building 583, first deck, on Keily Road.
This five-day course is taught by Internal Revenue
Service instructors and will provide VITA representa-
tives with the knowledge to electronically prepare
federal income tax returns on 1040EZ, 1040A, and
1040's.
Each command tasked last year with providing
TAD personnel to staff the NAS Jax Tax Center are
strongly encouraged to provide the same number of
personnel this year and to have them attend this
training.
Tax return preparations are often perceived as a
complicated and time-consuming evolution and many
service members and/or their families turn to com-
mercial preparers to assist them. However, the fees
that are charged can be very high, sometimes well in
excess of $100 per return.
The VITA program is a huge quality of life enhance-
ment. Last year, Jacksonville's Tax Center helped pre-
pare and. e-file more than 2,775 federal income tax
returns, saving Sailors, retirees, and their families
more than $331,742 in commercial tax preparation
fees.
If you are interested in attending the course, and
being sent TAD to staff a tax center, please notify
your chain of command. Retirees and/or spouses who
would like to volunteer to work in the tax center are
also highly encouraged to attend.
To make reservations for a quota, or for additional
information, please contact LN1(SW/FMF) M. Troy
LeBlanc at 542-2960, Ext. 15, or 542-8038, or by
email at michael.leblanc@navy.mil.





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On Jan. 10, the "Night-
dippers" of HS-5 wel-
comed about 60
members of Boy Scout Troop
128 and its counterpart,
'Cub Scout Pack 128, to the
.squadron's hangar. Scout-
;master AW1(NAC/AW) Tim-
*othy Spaid, a Nightdipper
himself, led the scouts on a
tour of the squadron to see
the HS-5 aircraft and pre-
:sented a brief on the
squadron's mission areas.
According to Spaid, the
purpose of the visit was to
:provide education for the
:scouts, as well as "foster an
:amiable relationship
:between HS-5 and the
youngsters." The hangar
,open house lasted for over
an hour and was made pos-
sible through the efforts of
:Spaid, Lt. Ryan Kelchner
;and AW2(NAC/AW) Mat-


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Caring for children in a home environment

By Kaylee LaRocque F I'- -
Staff Writer 1" "&,-*-'. i" :;,


Enrolling children in a
home care environ-
ment offers huge ben-
efits especially for military
members who often work
other than normal workday
hours and stand duty
overnight.
Many home childcare
providers offer the flexibility
to accommodate the mili-
tary member's needs. For
the past three years, the
NAS Jax Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Child
Development Home (CDH)
program has provided this
service.
The NAS Jax Child
Development Center (CDC)
began offering the program
to provide alternative child-
care options to parents who
need childcare after the cen-
ter closes at 6 p.m. week-
nights and on weekends.
"Many of our parents
whose children are enrolled
here stand duty or work dif-
ferent hours. Home
providers can offer care in
these kinds of situations.
They are subsidized for tak-
ing children during other
than normal Working
hours," explained CDH
Monitor Lisa Williams, who
has run the program for the
past three years.
Currently, there are four
home providers available on
base and 13 off base.
Several more are in the
process of becoming certi-
fied. All home providers are
trained professionals who
must follow specific guide-
lines and regulations man-
dated by the Department of
Defense and the State of
Florida if they are located
off base.
Natasha Mosley is in the
final phase of becoming cer-
tified after spending the
past 10 months completing
classes and getting the vari-
ous approvals required to
become a provider.
"Going through the
process wasn't that bad. You
just really need to pay
attention while in the class-
es because there is so much
to learn about becoming a
childcare provider. I was a
bit nervous during through
the inspection process
because the state and Navy
officials look at everything,
but it's definitely worth it,"
said Mosley, enthusiastical-
ly.
"I'm really excited about
becoming a provider
because I love children. I
don't have any of my own
but have done lots of
babysitting. It makes me
happy to be around them
and care for them," she con-
tinued.
Mosley plans to care for
two infants and her godson
on a full-time basis. "She
will be a wonderful provider.
Normally, it doesn't take so
long to go through the
process, but since she lives
in an apartment instead of a
house, there was some other
criteria that had to be taken
care of," said Williams. "But
she stuck with everything so
I know this is something
she really wants to do."
"Being located on base is
more convenient because it's
easier to become certified.
When you live off base,
providers must be approved
through the Department of
Children and Families. They
must also take an exam and


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Home Provider Ina Daniel plays a game with the six children she watches in her home on


base.
become certified through
the State of Florida. State
officials must also inspect
the home, which takes about
four to six weeks to get an
appointment," said
Williams.
"It normally takes about
90 days to become a
provider, depending on how
fast the paperwork is
turned in," Williams added.
The first step in becoming
a home provider is to get
certified through the state.
Those who are interested in
becoming a provider
through the Navy must
then make an appointment
with Williams.
"I decided to go through
the Navy CDH program
because they have a waiting
list and send the business to
me. Plus, being a Navy fami-
ly member, I want to help
other military members,"
added Mosley. "The Navy
also provided me with many
of the items I needed such
as playpens, toys, changing
tables, etc. through their
Lending Library."
After state certified
providers sign up with the
Navy CDH program, they.
are carefully screened and
are required to complete
more classes.
"I sit down with them and
explain all the ins and outs
of the program. After a
background check and fin-
gerprinting, they must com-
plete a five-day orientation
program with our trainer.
Once they complete all their
training, including CPR and
a first-aid class, the inspec-
tions are complete, they
obtain liability insurance
and are approved by the
base commanding officer,
they can start their busi-
ness," explained Williams.
The CDC maintains a cen-
tral enrollment wait list of
children who are enrolled at
the center who need child-
care. Once the new provider
decides what kind of care
they can offer and when, the
children and providers are
matched up through a data-
base. "
Each provider can take six
children, which includes
their own children under
the age of eight. Three-of the
children they can care for
can be under 24 months.
"I really enjoy being
around the children and
seeing how their little
minds work. I have six chil-
dren every day. We play
games, do arts and crafts, go
outside and even do science
projects. We just did one
with food coloring and water
and they were just fascinat-
ed. I do different things to


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Child Development Home Program Monitor Lisa Williams
(right) interacts with 11-month-old Alexander Bairan as his
provider, Patricia Richmond and 7-month-old Tashauna
Jordan watch. Williams was visiting Richmond's home for a
mandatory home and fire inspection.

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NAS Jax Fire Inspector Robert Winchester goes over a fire
evacuation route with new Childcare Home Provider Natasha
Mosley. Mosley was recently certified by the State of Florida
and the Navy to become a provider.


help then learn such as
numbers, letters and colors,"
explained Ina Daniel, who
has been a provider at NAS
Jax for four years and has
cared for about 15 children
in her home.
For others, this type of
business enables them to
stay home with their own
children and still earn an
income.
"I've always wanted lots of
children. This enables me to
stay home with my own
children. I currently just
watch one infant along with
two of my own children. I
only watch one infant
through the program right
now because her mom
works different shifts and I
have her around the clock,"
added Margaret Gamble,
who has been a provider for
CDH provider for the past
three years.
Additionally, many of the
home providers offer the
same structured learning
curriculum offered by the


CDC.
"We don't specifically tell
the providers they have to
follow a learning curricu-
lum. Our trainer gives each
provider a set of ideas that
they can incorporate into
their program. She gives
them a theme and they
work from there. It's a great
way to stimulate the chil-
dren and keep them busy.
Many of our providers use
our curriculum and ideas,"
added Williams.
According to Williams,
there is a huge need for
more home providers in this
area.
We have a great team
here, but we are always
looking for more providers
both on and off base. We
need new, fresh and motiva-
tional people. It takes spe-
cial people to work with
children," she said.
If anyone is interested in
becoming a home provider,
please contact Williams at
542-5381.


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The VAWA- extension
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Working for peace in 2006


By Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
W ho can forget the remarkable
exploits of Lucy and Charlie
Brown? In one classic
encounter between them, we find
Lucy chasing Charlie Brown and
shouting at the top of her voice, "I'll
get you, Charlie Brown! I'll catch you
and when I do I'm going to knock
your block offi"
Suddenly, Charlie Brown, who's
somewhat of a philosopher and stu-
dent of human behavior, screeches to
a halt.
He whirls around and says to Lucy,
"Wait a minute. If you and I, as rela-
tively small children with relatively
small problems can't sit down and
talk through our problems in a
mature way...how can we expect that
nations of the world to?" POW!! Lucy
slugged him. After hitting him Lucy
said, "I had to hit him quick...he was
beginning to make sense!"
Well, maybe, just maybe, you and I
* can identify with either Lucy or
Charlie Brown's dilemma. That is, as
the one clobbered or the one doing the
clobbering. For indeed, making peace
is many times more difficult than
making war. Peace is harder to keep
than war is to fight. Recorded history
' speaks eloquently of this reality. It is
the reconstruction, reconciling
process after a confrontation that can
make one painfully aware of the bit-
terness left behind.
Troubled times bring new opportu-
nities to rediscover an inner peace
and perhaps mend torn relationships


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CORNER
and past misunderstandings. In a
world that is anything but peaceful,
we can set a personal standard for a
life of inner peace that is character-
ized by a spirit
of forgiveness
and reconcilia-
tion.
Howwe verr,
when it comes to
finding personal
S .. peace, how do
I -. you do it? After
g m all, peace must
' be .internal
Chaplain before it can be
(Lt.) Jose Molina external. Well, I
believe that
peace must be pursued.. It must be
worked at. One has to strive for inner
peace. Go after it. Chase it, vigorous-
ly! Seek out reconciliation and elimi-
nate the roots of any bitterness or
inner turmoil. Even if your overtures
for peace are rejected you. can have
the inner peace that comes from
knowing that you have sincerely tried
to make things right.
The consequences for not pursuing
this inner peace will rob you of much
needed energy. Lack of inner peace
will dissipate you and rob you of
opportunities to develop your life in
positive ways. Inner turmoil can put


you in a "survival" mode and can
make you bitter about life and about
experiences.
When bitterness is operative, it
becomes easier to rationalize choices
that are immoral and unethical.
When bitterness takes root, we can
start to walk a very thin line between
the truth and a lie. We can become
"double-minded" giving up long term
gains and pursue immediate choices
that will not produce good fruit.
A story is told of three men adrift at
sea, who find a .bottle with a genie in
it. Naturally, the genie grants each
one a wish. One selects a condo in
the Bahamas and the other a chateau
on the Riviera. They're both granted.
The third man requested the follow-
ing with great bitterness, "my neigh-
bor has a goat but I am just as good a
man as he is and I have no goat. I
want you to kill his goat!" Imagine
that! This man faces possible death
and he still struggles with bitterness
in his heart. Moral of the story:
Bitterness can pursue us to our
deathbed.
In Robert Fulghum's book "All I
Really Need to Know I Learned in
Kindergarten" (Villard Books, 1988),
there is a timeless quotation, "peace
is not something you wish for; it's
something you make, something you
do, something you are, and something
you give away!"
Here's an even more timeless and
timely quote for times of conflict,
"make every effort to live in peace
with all men." (The Holy Bible,
Hebrews 12:14). Peace to you!


HS-3 line shack keeps helos clean, operable and in air


By]02 Kimberly
Stephens
USS Theodore Roosevelt
Public Affairs
T he 27 Sailors from
the NAS Jackson-
ville-based "Tridents"
of HS-3 Line Shack are
responsible for maintaining
cleanliness, inspections,
and launching and recover-
ing the six helicopters that
make up the squadron.
HS-3 has four SH-60F
Seahawks and two SH-
60H Seahawks whose mis-
sions include supporting
undersea warfare, serving
as the primary search and
rescue platform and con-
ducting overland aircrew
recovery operations in com-
bat.
Channel guarding is
another aspect of HS-3's
responsibility by providing
assistance to the harbor
pilots and security to the
ship. "Our helicopters are
also used for logistical sup-
port," said AE1(AW)
Gabriel Tyree, leading
petty officer of HS-3 line
shack. "They transport per-
sonnel, supplies and mail to
other ships in the strike
group as well as to the
beach."
Because the helos are
always flying, maintenance
is a 24-hour job.


"We are the backbone,
without us it wouldn't be
possible for daily flying
operations to occur," said
Tyree. "Jets can't take off
without a helo in the air."
HS-3 helicopters provide
what is called plane guard-
ing. In case a mishap
occurs with the jets, the
helos are there to provide
assistance with search and
rescuing pilots. In addition,
helos provide an additional
security measure to the
ship itself.
Keeping helicopters air-
borne requires mainte-
nance and up-keep. The
Sailors are divided into two
shifts. They maintain air-
craft with daily turnaround
inspections and cleanli-
ness.
"We have to keep the air-
craft clean inside and out
because of the ocean salt,"
said Tyree. "If we didn't do
surface preservation, basi-
cally the aircraft would cor-
rode."
The aircraft are also con-
stantly undergoing various
inspections. These inspec-
tions occur daily, monthly
and hourly, to help main-
tain the integrity or the
proper function of all the
parts.
"These inspections help
reduce component failure,"


said Tyree. "We are always
flying, even when others
aren't, so upkeep is most
important in keeping the
helos in the air."
First thing in the morn-
ings, the helicopters are
checked for foreign object
damage (FOD), cleanliness,
and to make sure every-
thing is good to go for fly-
ing.
"We look for any defects
that could cause it not to
work," said AZAN Jaime
Anthony, plane captain
landing signal enlisted
(LSE). "Our checks are to
ensure pilot safety. If some-
thing happens, then it is
our fault because we signed
off on the inspection."
The HS-3 line shack is
also responsible for the
launch and recovery of the
helos. The qualified Sailors
are called plane captain
LSE.
"They are the only ones
qualified to launch and
recover helicopters, and
they are in direct commu-
nication with primary
flight control," said Tyree.
"Being an LSE is my
favorite part of this job,"
said Anthony. "It's exciting
to go up on the flight deck
to launch and recover
helos. It's fun, but a big
responsibility."


-The responsibility of the
Sailors of HS-3 line shack
is a great responsibility as
a whole.
"When the ship pulls into
port and Sailors are getting
their liberty cards, most of
my Sailors are still hard at
work," said Tyree. "Our lib-
erty is limited and depend-
ent upon what is going on
with the mission and what
needs to be repaired."
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The Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (Blue
Angels) are encouraging qualified Sailors and
Marines to apply for the 2007 season. The applica-
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June 1.

According to AZC(AW) Robert
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applicants with 6257 and 6217 military occupational
specialties are needed as well.
"We are looking for motivated, hard-charging Sailors
and Marines with outgoing personalities to represent
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Hospital
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Oral
Maxillofacial
Surgery and
Denial Clinic
Receptionist
Carla Barth
assists HN Jorge
Rangel and HA
limothy
Brewington with
their denial
records.


Kathleen Martens, an expanded duty dental assistant (left) assists Oral Surgeon Lt. Cmdr. (Dr.)
Todd Puckett Jan. 13 during the extraction of four wisdom teeth from a Sailor assigned to
Naval Hospital Jacksonville.


Lt. Jennifer Mckinney (left), a Navy nurse and Kathleen Martens (right), an expanded duty
dental assistant hook military family member Amber Springer to a heart monitor machine
prior to her oral maxillofacial surgery.


Where Sailors go for oral surgery
By Miia S. Gle


By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
aval Hospital Jacksonville Oral
N Maxillofacial Surgery and Dental
S Clinic offers a full spectrum of oral
Surgical procedures, including implant sys-
tems, orthognathic surgery maxillofacial
esthetic surgery, maxillofacial reconstruc-
Stion.
The clinic is responsible for the dental
-'readiness of thousands of active duty serv-
Sice personnel assigned to Commander,
Navy Southeast Region as well as hun-
dreds of referrals from places as far as
Illinois, or as close as Georgia, Orlando
and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Family mem-
bers and retirees not enrolled in either the
family member or retiree dental plans are
seen on a space available basis.
Currently staffed with two trained oran
and maxillofacial surgeons, one general
dentist, one pediatric dentist, a registered
nurse, and six enlisted personnel, one
Department of Defense civilian and a con-
tractor, the clinic sees approximately 240
patients a month not counting pediatric
cases, which according to, Pediatric Dentist
Lt. Cmdr. Jonathan Junkin can run as
high as 60.
"Taking care of our warfighters is our
first priority," said Lt. Cmdr. (Dr.) Peter
Colella, clinic's department head. "Their
dental readiness is at the forefront of what


DT2 Sheila Velez, leading petty officer at the
Oral Maxillofacial Surgery and Dental Clinic,
conducts an inventory of X-ray film. /
we do. We ensure that they are ready to
deploy at a moments notice."
"A service member with dental problems
on a battlefield becomes a medical emer-
gency that, our forward deployed units
can't afford. Therefore, it's imperative that
we attack any possible dental problems
before they occur, such as the extraction of
wisdom teeth," he added.
/ Colella further explained that while the
majority of Sailors in the Navy today stay
on top of their dental care, some clearly do
not have good dental hygiene and others


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ld have been avoided, program is current is a very rewarding for
'racticing good dental hygiene and pre- us."
itive dentistry is essential to our If you are an eligible patron and in need
lors. They are reminded constantly that of dental surgery or your child needs a
ing a comprehensive annual dental dental checkup, the Naval Hospital
mination is imperative for good oral Jacksonville Dental Clinic can save you
dth and dental readiness," he stated. thousands of dollars.
are proud of what we do here. Sup- For more information about the services
ting the warfighters that are going to available at the clinic, call 542-7540.


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Oral Surgeon Lt. Cmdr. (Dr.) Todd Puckett (right), assisted by Kathleen Martens, an expanded
duty dental assistant, extracts a wisdom tooth from HM3 Jason Barry Jan. 13.


DT3 Jeneice Anderson takes an X-ray of Cmdr. Alice Whitley's jaw with a state-of-the-art digi-
tal Panorex X-ray machine.


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DT2 Don Jacobs, an oral surgery technician, and Kathleen Martens, an expanded-duty dental
assistant, prepare the instruments for the next surgical procedure.


Lt. Cmdr. (Dr.) Jonathan Junkin checks a patient's crown during an exam.


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MOAA scholarship season open


By staff
he Military Officers Association
of America (MOAA) recently
opened its 2006 Base/Post
Scholarship Program and is offering
individual $1,000 grants to 25 family
members of active duty personnel
worldwide.
To be eligible, a student must be


under the age of 24, working on a first
undergraduate degree and a depend-
ent child of an active duty service
member in the United States Army,
Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast
Guard, Public Health Service or
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration. This includes mem-
bers of the drilling Reserves and
National Guard.


HELPING HANDS


Grant recipients will be. randomly
selected from among applicants with-
in each of the seven services. No GPA,
SAT nor essays will be needed for
their base/post application. MOAA
membership is not a requirement. To
apply, visit MOAA's Web site at
www.moaa.org. The deadline for sub-
mission is March 1.


Photo courtesy of the USO
USO Volunteer Tech. Sgt. Michelle Williams, with the Florida
Air National Guard, 125th Fighter Wing Jacksonville, wel-
comes AA Benjamin Doaks to Jacksonville at the USO Wel-
come Center at Jacksonville International Airport before he
reports to HS-15 at NAS Jacksonville.


Volunteers needed


at airport USO


Welcome Center

By Lynne Pratt
USO Volunteer Coordinator
he USO Welcome Center at Jacksonville Interna-
tional Airport (JIA) is a wonderful facility providing
* a safe haven to weary active duty service members
and their families. The center is open seven days a week
from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. In
the future, the center may USO Factoid
remain open longer if more
: volunteers can be found to Did you know that the USO
help man the center extra does not receive government
hours. The goal is to eventu- funding? It exists solely upon
ally have the center open 24 the support of individuals, cor-
hours a day. portions, foundations and
There are two types of fund-raising efforts.
.volunteer commitments The USO is a non-profit
:individual or group. Each organization and receives
commits to the same day donations through the United
and time each week in four- Way, Combined Federal Cam-
hour shifts. The center is paign #5051, and individuals
manned solely by volun- dropping extra "change" in
steers so if a volunteer does- donation boxes.
:n't show up, the center For information on individual
,remains locked and unavail- or corporate donations or a
able to active duty service program sponsorship, please
members and other author- contact K.C. McCarthy at 778-
ized users. 2821 or e-mail kcmccarthy@
Aside from the personal usojax.com.
:satisfaction f knowing For more information on the

nation's heroes, volunteers usojax.org.
receive free parking for
their shift. Volunteers may bring their spouse, children,
grandchildren or a friend with them during their shift.
-Dress is casual and service members are not.required to
wear a uniform. Additionally, volunteer mileage to and
from the airport may qualify as a deduction for those who*
itemize income taxes.
The USO Welcome Center is available for active duty
members, retirees and their families who are departing
the Jacksonville area and need a place to hang out until
their flight leaves or who are arriving and need assistance
getting to their duty station. Since opening in November
2004, the center's volunteers have assisted more than
4,700 visitors.
While the center may be small in size, it's offers many
amenities. There is satellite TV, DVD, VHS, Xbox and the
Internet. Visitors may choose from a selection of coffee,
tea, snacks and drinks. There is also a small library of
books, games, playing cards, post cards, greeting cards and
a selection of personal items such as toiletries.
Men and women leaving on a deployment are given a
USO care package, which may include items such as pre-
paid worldwide phone cards, sunscreen, travel size toi-
letries, a disposable camera and snacks.
If you can donate your time to help out at the center, the
following shifts are available:
Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5-9 p.m.
Wednesday, 5-9 p.m.
Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
Friday, 1-5 p.m. and 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 1-5 p.m.; 5-9 p.m. and 9 p.m.
to midnight
For information on the USO Welcome Center or volun-
teering, please contact Lynne Pratt at 305-4467 or e-mail
lynne@usojax.com.


FFSC offers educational

and support programs
he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free and available
to service members and their families and Department of
Defense civilian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special accommodations
or handicapped 'access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are available in January and
February:
Jan. 23-26, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Transition Assistance
Program Workshop (retiring)
Jan. 24, 9 a.m.- Anger Management Workshop
Feb. 2, 10-11:30 a.m. First Time Homebuyer's
Strategies Workshop
Feb. 13-16, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Transition Assistance
Program Workshop (separating)
Feb. 14, 9 a.m. noon Stress Management Workshop
Feb. 23, noon 1:30 p.m. Cary Buying Strategies
Workshop
Feb. 27 March 2, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program Workshop (retiring)
Feb. 28, 9 a.m. noon Anger Management Workshop
For further information or to register, call 542-2766, Ext.


Dignity-U-Wear
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
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


KUDO

KORNER

The following personnel were
recognized during an awards
ceremony at Fleet Area Control
and Surveillance Facility,
Jacksonville Jan. 12:
Flag Letter of Commendation
Senior Sailor
of the Fourth Quarter.
OS2(SW) James Walker
Flag Letter of Commendation
Junior Sailor
of the Fourth Quarter
AC3 Serena Robertson
Good Conduct Award
ET2 Victor Veguilladejesus
OS2(SW) Joseph Vega


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.
Docent volunteers
needed
The Cummer Museum of Art
& 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.
If you are interested in volun-
teering, please contact Susan
Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or
by e-mail at sgallo@cummer.
org.
HabiJax
opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
Home Store also needs help
coordinating donated materials
and furniture. Call 722-0737.


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


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Scam artists look to hook


Sailors through 'phishing'


e-mails on NKO Web portal


By on Gagne
Naval Education and Training Command Public Affairs
he Naval Education and Training
Command (NETC) at NAS Pensaco-
la is warning users of the Navy
Knowledge Online (NKO) Web portal to be
alert for an Internet phishing scam that is
being directed at users of NKO. NETC offi-
cials are issuing an alert to inform NKO
users of their potential vulnerability to
this scheme.
"Phishing is a scheme usually generated
through e-mails or pop-up ads that
attempts to deceive users into divulging
credit card numbers, bank information,
social security numbers, passwords or
allow access to password-protected Web
portals," said Peg David, NKO program
manager.
"The perpetrators target individuals
through their email address or online pop-
up ads and forward e-mails that appear to
be from legitimate businesses. Company
logos and letterheads may appear to be
genuine at first glance, and this is how
unsuspecting users are usually lured into
helping the phishers accomplish their
goals."
The NKO scam was first identified in
early December, in an attempt to exploit
"multiple vulnerabilities" in Microsoft's
Internet Explorer Web browser.
Victims received e-mails appearing to be
from NKO informing them to visit the
NKO Web portal to reset their passwords.
Upon receipt of the e-mail'and selecting
the embedded Uniform Resource Locater
(URL) link, users are redirected to a false
site that resembles the NKO front page
and are directed to login using their cur-
rent password and submit a new password.
Once users have logged in to the fake site,
an executable data file is activated. Navy
officials have identified this file as a
"JavaScript vulnerability."
"JavaScript is programming language or
written code that adds functionality to a
program or Web page," said Frank Palmer,
NKO portal administrator. "A vulnerability
exists when phishers use hidden malicious
JavaScript code in the e-mails, pop-ups or
Web pages, that allows them to accomplish
their goal of getting the user to uninten-
tionally allow access to certain personal or
private information."
According to David, "Phishing scams are
different than benign spam schemes that
try to sell the user something or get them
to open a link to an undesirable site.
Phishing e-mails don't normally contain
virus payloads, but SpyWare such as key-
stroke loggers and password traps may be
downloaded when e-mail attachments from
the phishing perpetrators are opened."


David said phishing schemes use a num-
ber of techniques to get the user to "bite."
Two of the most common are Spoofing,
where e-mail addresses and page content
appear to be from a valid source, and
Social Engineering, when e-mails play
upon human curiosity and trick the user
into revealing personal data by convincing
or scaring them into the desired action.
"Occasionally," David added, "the spam-
mers will get lucky and send the user an e-
mail that appears to be from an organiza-
tion that they actually do business with.
That's when users are most vulnerable to
their schemes."
According to the Anti-Phishing Working
Group Web site (http://www.antiphishing.
org), phishing has evolved into a multi-bil-
lion dollar illegal business over the last
two years. In 2003, 21 phishing schemes
were identified. By March 2004, there were
more than 400 polishing schemes known to
be operating and by October 2004 there
were more than 1,100. Over the last six
months of 2004, the average monthly
growth rate in phishing sites was 25 per-
cent.
"Military and civilian computer users
should know that NKO, the Navy and most
reputable businesses do not contact their
customers and request them to divulge
personal information or passwords in this
manner," David said. "Users should react
cautiously to all e-mails that attempt to
get them to reveal this information and
report any suspicious correspondence to
the command information assurance offi-
cer immediately."'
NMCI customers are reminded that
there are steps they can take to protect
their workstations. Users should restart
their computers at the close of the workday
and not shut down the PC completely, and
never leave your PCs logged in overnight.
The Federal Trade Commission (http://
www.consumer.gov/idtheft/) recommends
the following additional tips to prevent
your personal home computer from being
targeted. If you should get an email or pop-
up message that asks for personal or finan-
cial information, do not reply. Do not open
any attachments with these emails and do
not click on the link within the message.
Use anti-virus software and a firewall, and
update regularly. Never use e-mail to send
personal or financial information. Review
credit card and bank account statements
as soon as you receive them to check for
unauthorized charges.
If you believe you have been scammed,
file a complaint with the Federal Trade
Commission at http://www.ftc.gov and then
visit the FTC's identify theft link listed
above.


Register for UMUC classes now


From the Navy College unice
Earn your degree anywhere in the
world with University of Maryland
University College (UMUC). UMUC
has been providing educational opportuni-
ties for the U.S. military worldwide since
1947. In the past year alone, UMUC served
nearly 58,000 military students online and
in classrooms around the world.
For the U.S. military and their spouses,
UMUC offers several important benefits:
Choose from a full range of associate's
(active duty only) degrees, bachelor's
degree, master's degree and certificate pro-
grams offered entirely online.
With online classes, you can continue
your UMUC education no matter where
you're stationed.
You'll get a high-quality, challenging edu-
cation from an accredited university.
No SAT, GRE, or GMAT is required for
undergraduate or graduate admission.
Active-duty service-members and their
spouses are eligible for in-state tuition
rate. TA pays full cost for undergraduate


courses.
UMUC'S military advising team will
help you meet your education goals. Our
advisors are specially trained to prepare
SOC student agreements and assist with
the process of using tuition assistance and
veteran's benefits.
UMUC is proud to be a member of the
Navy College Program Distance Learning
Partnership (NCPDLP). NCPDLP is an ini-
tiative by the Navy to have colleges and
universities work together to provide you
with an educational path from Navy "A"
school to a bachelor's degree. UMUC is the
rating partner for the BM, CTO, DM.
FT(SS), FT(SW), IS, IT, LN, OS, QM, SM
and YN.
Regular registration ends March 15 for
the mid-spring term. Late registration
ends March 26 ($30 late fee). Mid-spring
term days are March 27 July 1. Drop by
and see the local UMUC field representa-
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be reached via e-mail at jherald@umuc.edu
or by calling 610-4361.


Taking Japan orders guarantees coast 'pick'


By103 Chris Hwang
Navy Personnel Command Communications
E enlisted Sailors taking orders to
Japan will now be able to choose the
East or West Coast for their follow-
on tour in the United States.
The sea-going units or shore commands
in Japan offer exciting cultural experi-
ences, as well as many incentives. Sailors
can benefit from overseas housing
allowance and cost of living allowance.
Plus, some Japan billets now offer assign-
ment incentive pay.
"The most obvious incentive is the rare
opportunity for a Sailor or Navy Family to
live in Japan and immerse themselves in
the cultural experience," said Deputy,
Enlisted Distribution and Community
Management Capt. Kim Parker.
Other incentives are the ease of travel to
other exotic destinations in Asia that will
add even greater enhancement to the
Japan experience. "My family and I were
there for 30 months; I recommend it,"
Parker said.
After completing the entire Department
of Defense area tour to projected rotation
date in Japan, Sailors will receive the
choice of coagi guarantee. Re-assignnmints


will be based on valid requirements and in
accordance with sea or shore rotation.
Parker said that Sailors must submit a
coast selection by NAVPERS 1306/7,
Enlisted Personnel Action Request, 12-15
months prior to their projected rotation
date (PRD). Sailors can then negotiate
their coast of choice in JCMS during their
five to nine-month negotiation window. If
the desired coast is not available in JCMS,
Sailors may request the highest priority
billet not on JCMS for the desired coast.
"Sailors may waive their right to coast
selection and select a billet from JCMS. If
the desired coast has been or is visible in
JCMS for selection, Sailors will be
assigned to that billet at the five-month
point of their negotiating window," said
Parker.
The coast selection option does not apply
to those already assigned to Japan billets.
The option is only redeemable upon trans-
fer from Japan, and cannot be reserved for
a future tour.
PCS orders to Japan should include the
following text: "Upon completion of these
orders, you are guaranteed a follow-on
assignment to the coast of your choice in

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D iamond Pet Foods has
recalled 19 brands of dog
and cat food for being con-
taminated with aflatoxin, a natural-
ly occurring toxic chemical by-prod-
uct from the growth of the fungus
Aspergillus flavus, on corn and
other crops.
Numerous animals have died as a
result of eating these contaminated
foods.
The following pet foods have been


recalled:
* Diamond Low Fat Dog Food
* Diamond Hi-Energy Dog Food
* Diamond Maintenance Dog Food
* Diamond Performance Dog Food
* Diamond Premium Adult Dog
Food
* Diamond Puppy Food
* Diamond Maintenance Cat Food
* Diamond Professional Cat Food
* Country Value Puppy
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JAPAN: Orders guarantee coastal pick


From Page 11


CONUS (continental Uni-
ted States) if a valid billet
exists, per MILPERSMAN
1306-250. There is no guar-
antee of actual homeport.
In order to obtain a guaran-
teed coast, you must identi-
fy the coast of choice via a
NAVPERS 1306/7 up the
chain of command not later
than 12 months prior to
your PRD.


You must complete this
tour to PRD (projected rota-
tion date) for this guaran-
tee to apply. If you do not
complete the entire tour
through no fault of your
own, guarantee validity will
be decided by NAVPER-
SCOM (PERS-40) on a
case-by-case basis."
For more information,
Sailors should contact their
detailers.


RESERVES: Eaton takes the helm


From Page 1

NAVAIRES Command
Master Chief CMDCM
Ceroma Love concluded the
lunch with final words to
Love.
"Never in my 20 years of
service have I served with
a more honorable and com-
passionate man. He is
truly a model American,"
said CMDCM Love.
Love will be retiring May
1 after 34 years of service.
He said his time in the
Navy has been memorable
and precious and reflected
on his career with these
words.
"I have been blessed to
work with numerous pro-
fessionals over the course.
of my career who have
directly lead to my,
increased opportunities to
serve my country," contin-
ued Love. "My sincerest
thanks to those shipmates
for their influence on my
life and for their continued
service to our nation."

KING:

Remembering

a leader

From Page 1
lusy work schedules to
attend the event. "Dr. King
helped many people in this
country recognize that the
ideals of our founding
fathers must apply to every-
one equally," Dobson said
during his opening remarks.
At the conclusion of the
observance, the William M.
Raines High School Chorus
,treated the attendees to an
inspiring performance.
King was assassinated in
Memphis, Tenn. by a sniper
on April 4, 1968. To honor
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,
the Congress of the United
States in 1983 designated
the third Monday in
January as a national holi-
day, a day that falls on or
near King's birthday of Jan.
15.


Photos by PH2 (AW/SW) Andrea Decanini
Capt. Craig Love thanks his troops during his change of corn- A group of Sailors from Naval Air Reserve Jacksonville listen attentively as Capt. Craig Love
mand and retirement ceremony. bids them farewell during his change of command and retirement ceremony Jan. 5.
1 Love stated that he has to follow Love's lead and day, a day of transition. established will continue an effective team that epit-
the up-most confidence in knows that he and the But as much as that to guide us as we work to omizes professional excel-
Eaton that he will do won- staff of NAVAIRES will implies change, let me overcome the challenges lence, accountability, inno-
derful things for the com- continue to press on and do assure you that the dedica- ahead," said Eaton. vation and process
mand and the Navy. Eaton great things for the Navy. tion, principles, and lead- "We will continue to set improvement."
said he plans to continue "Today marks a special ership that Capt. Love has the standard in building

Hi1


Photo byJ01 Mike England
The William M. Raines High School chorus performs at the All Saints Chapel during the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Observance.


Command fitness leaders tackle Navy's culture of wellness


By Art Frith
Navy Personnel Command Public
Affairs
The Navy continued on
course toward a well-
ness-oriented culture
with the new Physical
Readiness Program, as
more than 70 Command
Fitness Leaders (CFLs)
arrived aboard Naval
Support Activity Mid-South
in December for the CFL
course.
SAccording to Deputy
Program Manager for the
Navy's Physical Readiness
Master Chief (SS) Rob
Danielson, who led the
team of Navy Personnel
Command instructors, the
training gives CFLs the
practical skills necessary to
return to their command.
afloat or ashore and con-


duct an effective program.
Proper nutrition, weight
management, physical con-
ditioning, and test safety
are included in the CFL
curriculum. Additionally,
CFLs receive training in
the Physical Readiness
Information Management
System, the Navy's official
"record" for tracking Navy-
wide physical fitness
assessment (PFA) results.
Part of a CFL's responsi-
bility is to become thor-
oughly familiar with the
Comprehensive Fitness
Program, which is designed
to prepare a Sailor's body to
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Sailors to stay with the pro-
gram as outlined in
OPNAVINST 6110.1H.
"If they do, they will have
the best opportunity to per-
form well on the next PFA,"
said Danielson.
The PFA consists of the
body composition assess-
ment and the physical
readiness test. The
Comprehensive Fitness
Program is divided into
three phases covering 24
weeks. The foundation of
the program is based on
developing sound cardio-


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training techniques.
According to Danielson,
this is where the CFL
comes into play.
"The leadership and
training received in this
course will help to gradual-
ly bring Sailors into peak
condition for passing the
PFA. The Navy is moving
from a fitness era to one of
wellness. Sailors need to be
both healthy and physically
fit in order for the Navy to
meet its mission objec-
tives," said Danielson.
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Mission First, Sailors Always)t


For more information, call 542-3493.
Bowling leagues now forming!
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active
duty from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not
included)

For more information on fitness and ath-
letics, call 542-3518/3229.
"Starting It Off Right"Aerobathon
Fitness Source
Jan. 26, 5 7:30 p.m.
Two and a half hour variety aerobic
class.
Call 542-3518 for more details.
Learn to Lift Weights
Monday at 9 a.m. and Tuesdays at 4
p.m.
Sign-up at the Fitness Source front desk.

For more information about I. T.T. trips or
ticket prices, please call 542-3318.
2006 Entertainment Books on sale until
Jan. 27.
$25 each
Enjoy savings of more.than $300 in vari-
ous local restaurants, theaters, golf cours-
es, bowling centers, attractions, and much
more!
Silver Springs with Kenny Rogers in
Concert
Feb. 11
$39
Includes transportation, attractions, and
Kenny Rogers concert.
Sign-up at I.T.T. by Feb. 9.
Okefenokee Swamp
Feb. 25
$26 adults, $19 children under 11
Includes transportation, guided boat
tour, scenic nature drive, and a visit to The
Chesser Homestead.
Sign-up at I.T.T. by Feb. 23.

Trips, activities and costs may be restrict-
ed to El-E5 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.
Caving Trip
Saturday
Explore Florida caves!
$15, includes park admission, lunch and
transportation.


Pizza and Ping-Pong
Jan.26
Free
7 p.m. at Liberty Cove
Learn to Fly
Jan. 27


From Staff


NAS Jacksonville is
hosting a Safety
Rodeo for motorcy-
cles, ATVs, personal water-
craft, and boats Match 3
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
NAS Jacksonville.
The Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department
(MWR) is currently looking
for sponsors of safety
apparel and associated
safety gear. Sponsors will


Free flying lesson at the NAS Jax Flying
Club.
Departs Liberty Cove at 4 p.m.
New Orleans Weekend Trip
Feb. 17-20
$120, payment plans available.
Includes transportation and three nights
lodging.

For information on booking command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
please call the Officers' Club main office,
542-3041.
Reef & Beef
Feb.3, 6:30-9 p.m.
All you can eat gourmet seafood & beef
buffet.
$1/person
S Call 542-3041 for reservations.

Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details, call 542-
3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. A Sound of Thunder
(PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. March of the Penguins
(G)
Saturday, 7 p.m. The Brothers Grimm
(PG-13)
Jan. 27, 7 p.m. Dukes of Hazzard (PG-13)


For more information call 542-3521.
Super Bowl party at the Budweiser Brew
House
Feb. 5, pre game starts at 4-p.m.
Door prizes and complimentary food
served at 6 p.m.
$7 per person, tickets can be purchased
at the Brew House.
Super Bowl Party at the CPO Club
Feb. 5, pre game starts at 4 p.m.
Door prizes and complimentary food
served at 6 p.m.
$7 per person, limited to first 76 patrons
paid.

For more information on the golf course,
please call 542-324. For Mulligan's, call
542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Jan. 24 for active duty.
Jan. 26 for retirees and Department of
Defense personnel.

For more information on Youth Activities
call 778-9772.
Hoop it up at the Youth Center
Monthly three-on-three basketball tour-
naments
Ages 9-17


display merchandise that
meets the requirements of
applicable military instruc-
tions.
Motorcycle safety apparel
that meets Department of
Defense requirements for
use on board Department of
Defense installations
include Department of
Transportation approved
helmets, goggles and face
shields, sturdy footwear,
full-fingered gloves, riding


jackets and pants and any
items which improve visi-
bility.
Presentations or displays
that promote proper safety
merchandise features and
uses are highly desired.
For more information on
sponsorship, please contact
MWR. Marketing Director
Shannon Leonard at 542-
3577 or email Shannon.d.
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WELLNESS: Navy culture is changing


From Page 12


start and stay with the program until
the designated testing period," Danielson
said. "Anyone can find a reason to skip
workouts. The key is to make these work-
outs part of your daily routine. You'll be
amazed at the payoff."
CFLs provide the tools and motivation to
help their shipmates stay with the pro-
gram, succeed physically, and maintain
good health.


As of July 2006 the Navy will require
mandatory administrative separation pro-
cessing for any Sailor who has failed the
PFA three or more times' in a four-year
period and failed the Spring 2006 PFA or a
subsequent PFA.
Navy personnel command experts say
changes to the instruction were necessary
to create a "culture of wellness" the key to
mission readiness and operational effec-
tiveness.


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contacts who can
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Family Service Center -
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Better Business Bureau -
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State Attorney's Office
Consumer Mediation 630-
2075
City of Jacksonville/
Consumer Affairs Division
- 630-3467
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Photo by, Kaylee LaRocque
Allen Tyre, president of the Navy Ortega Lakeshore Little League Baseball and Softball
Program, helps 15-year-old Kaitlyn Parker sign up for the girls softball league Jan. 14.
Registration for all leagues is being held at the NAS Jax field this Saturday and Jan. 28.


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Military families have been
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15-16 Senior
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The season will begin
March 4 and run through
the end of May.
Registration may also be
accomplished by logging on
to www.noljax.org. For addi-
tional information, contact
the league office at 778-
0311.


From Staff
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Girls Softball League and
Challenger Division which
plays aboard NAS Jackson-
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Exchange/Commissary
parking lot, is now register-
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Registration is being held
Jan. 21 and 28 at the NAS
Jax field and Thrifty
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Target on U.S. 17) from 10
a.m. 2 p.m. The cost is
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Security Department changes their policies


From the NAS ax
Security Department
In an effort to provide a better
service to the NAS Jacksonville
community, the Base Security
Department has recently implement-
ed policy changes for select person-
nel requiring access to the station.
These changes will provide easier
access in certain circumstances
while maintaining a secure environ-
ment for those who work and live
aboard the station. Policies stream-
lined in these changes include:
Easier access for retirees,
dependent widows and widowers
with expired ID cards. Retirees,
dependent widows and widowers can
now obtain a one-day pass with their


expired ID card in order go to PSD
and have the card
renewed. Sponsorship is no longer
required.
One-day pass for those in the
MACS who forgot their military or
government ID. If you are registered
in the station's MACS system and
mistakenly left your CAC card at
home, you no longer have to make
the trek home to retrieve it. Instead,
you can obtain a one-day pass by
presenting a picture ID at the pass
desk. A quick computer check will
have you on your way.
Grace period for expired rental
agreements. If the agreement on
your rental has expired, you can now
obtain a one-day pass to allow you
the time to get the agreement


renewed. This privilege is limited to
a one-time event and the agreement
cannot be expired by more than one
day.
Express rental car contracts will
be honored. Personnel with express
rental agreements can now obtain a
one-day pass, each day, for as many
days as they may need. To receive a
pass for longer ,than one day, the
rental company will have to provide
a rental agreement listing the identi-
ty of the renter.
Our focus is not to make it difficult
to get on the base for those who have
a legitimate reason, but to provide a
secure environment for our commu-
nity. By implementing the'changes
we've outlined, we believe we can do
that.


Nominees wanted for outstanding athletes


Photo by PHAN Jacqueline Hall
PR2 Jason Corse, inspects an oxygen walk around bottle
from a P-3C Orion Jan. 4. Corse is attached to the "Mad
Foxes" of VP-5.


By Staff
T he NAS Jacksonville
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR)
Sports Department would
like to recognize and honor
the outstanding military
male and female athletes
of the year based on per-
formance from Jan. 1


through Dec. 31, 2005.
Nominations are now
being accepted from com-
manding officers, supervi-
sors, fellow athletics and
anyone else who has
knowledge of an exception-
al athlete from NAS Jax
departments and tenant
commands. Nominations
must be submitted by Jan.


31.
Nominees must have
participated in the NAS
Jax Intramural Sport's
program or any higher mil-
itary sports competition in
2005.
Selection for the NAS
Jax Military Male and
Female Athlete of the Year
will be based on athletic


performance/accomplish-
ments, military awards/
honors and community
involvement.
For more information
and an application, contact -
MWR Sports Coordinator
Bill Bonser at 542-3239 or
send him an e-mail at
bill.bonser@navy.mil.


Local park

offers classes
T- he following are
upcoming classes at
Westside Regional
Park Nature Center located
across the NAS Jax Main
Gate at 7000 Roosevelt
Boulevard. All classes
require advance reserva-
tions by calling 573-2498.
Hooray for
Homeschoolers: Let's
Celebrate Arbor Day
Tomorrow 1:30-2:30
p.m.
Trees play an important
role in the health and well-
being of all of us. Learn
about the many useful
products derived from trees
and the importance of pro-
tecting our natural wood-
lands. The first 10 regis-
trants will receive a potted
Red Buckeye tree.
Snake Savvy
Jan. 26 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Do you know how to tell
the difference between ven-
omous and non-venomous
snakes? Learn what you
can do to stay safe around'
snakes and their important
role in the balance of
nature.
Coffee With The Birds
Jan. 30 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Picture yourself relaxing
inside a climate-controlled
building with your morning
cup of coffee or tea and
looking out our large pic-
ture windows at the birds
visiting our birdfeeders.
What a great way to start
out your day. Beverages
provided.

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A anyone visiting
Building 1 is remind-
d that there is limit-
ed visitor parking. The visi-
tor parking area is marked
with signs in the parking
lot.
All other parking areas
are for those personnel
working in Building 1 who
have an orange placard des-
ignating them a parking
space. This placard must be
visible from outside their
vehicle. There is also a des-
ignated parking area specif-
ically for government vehi-
cles.
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those who park illegally in
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Photos by j01 Mike England
And they're off! A group of runners begin the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 5K Fun Run/Walk Jan. 11.


Initial MLK 5K



brings out runners
By jO1 Mike England i i. t
Assistant Editor -n- I l ".i'.-. i rl ,',ak Uil


ifty-one participants
turned out to take
part in the first Dr.
Martin, Luther King Jr. 5K
Fun Run/Walk Jan. 11.
The event, sponsored by
the NAS Jax Multi-Cultur-
al Awareness Committee
(MCAC), was followed by
an awards presentation.
Placing first overall and
first in the men's military
category was HM2 Encar-
nacion Nunez from Naval
Hospital Jacksonville with
a time of 18:40.
Taking second in the mili-
tary men's category was
Cmdr. Anthony Smith of
Commander, Sea Control
Wing Atlantic with a time
of 18:54 followed by AW1
Shawn Decota of HS-75
who placed third with a
time of 19:15.
In the military women's
category, PS2 Patricia
Tracey. of Naval Air
Reserve, Jacksonville took
first with a time of 26:42,
followed by AA Tabitha


HM2 Encarnacion Nunez fin-
ished atop the Men's Military
Division with a time of
18:40Q.
Unger of VP-16 at 28:14
and PS1 Jennifer Henry of
REDCOM Southeast at
29:22.
Taking first in the male
open division was John
Funk with a time of 19:51,
followed by Brett Beisker
who came in at 20:57 and
Mark Seidl with a time of
21:47.
Luz Mannion placed first


Luz Mannion finished first in
the Women's Open Division
with a time of 25:53.

in the female open division
with a time of 25:53, fol-
lowed by Katie Mathison at
26:19 and Bonita Givens in
third with a time of 29:40.
The next Morale, Welfare
and Recreation-sponsored
run will be the Leprechaun
Run on Mar. 16 at 11:30
a.m.
For more information,
call 542-3239.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


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 Tuesdays and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1
p.m. For more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl
Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID #300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
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 269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on
the first Wednesday of every month at the club-
house adjacent to the Mulberry Cove Marina.
Boaters and non-boaters are invited to attend. The
Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members only club open
to all active duty, reserves, retired military and
active and retired DoD civilians. For more informa-
tion, call 778-0805 or email
commodore@njyc.org.
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.pwpnflori-
da.com or call 307-6261. The meeting for


December is cancelled.
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 cur-
rently employed and retired federal employees to
our regular meeting 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 per-
sonnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. They also have a weekly get
together at the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue
at 7 p.m. every Friday night. For more informa-
tion, call 269-5369 or visit www.fllx.org.


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4-on-4 Flag football league forming
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty
and selective reservists. It is a Captain's Cup
event. 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 men and women's racquetball tournament will
be held Jan. 30 through Feb. 3 at 5 p.m. The tour-
nament is free and open to NAS Jax active and
active reservists. This is a Captain's Cup event
and players will receive participation points for
their command and can receive additional points
for placing first, second and third. There will be a
men and women's division and points will be
awarded for both divisions. Sign up at the NAS
Jax Gymnasium by Jan. 25.
Soccer meeting
An intramural soccer meeting will be held Feb. 1
at 11:30 a.m. at the Building 850 conference
room. The league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty and selective reservists. Commands having
their athletic officer or designated representative
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.
Softball meetings slated
There will be several softball meetings Feb. 15
in the Building 850 conference room. The season
will begin in March. The following are the times of
the meetings:
Greybeard 11:30 a.m. Open to active duty,
selective reservists and command Department of
Defense personnel age 30 and up.
Intramural noon Open to active duty, selec-
tive reservists and command Department of
Defense personnel.
Women's league 12:30 p.m. Open to active
duty, selective reservists, military dependents over
18 and Department of Defense employees.
Commands having their athletic officer or desig-


nated representative 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.
Open softball meeting planned
An open softball meeting will be held Feb. 16 at
3 p.m. at Mulligans. This league is open to
NAVAIR and Department of Defense employees,
active duty, military dependents over 18; and
selective reservists. Rules as well as days of the
week and times for the games will be discussed at
the meeting.
Officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS.Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
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. Interested runners
must compete in a sanctioned (USA TracR and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunneis
Clubs of America) race and your time must b'e
one of top 10 regional qualifying times. Contact
your base athletic director for more information.
Southeast regional qualifying 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 www.nasjax.navy.mil.


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Oversized homesites available. Tour new homes ready
for move-in. Few homesites remain. Amenities include a
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Now selling final homesites. Community offers play-
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1,691-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling. New homesites available. 13 unique floor
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soon. (904) 751-1274
4. Daybreak Woods From the $180s
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Last chance. Beautiful Dames Pointe location featuring
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1,348-1,597 sq. ft., 2-3 bdrms., 2.5 baths.
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9. Samara Lakes Oak Ridge/River Birch
From the mid $200s
1,336-2,801 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
New homes available for quick move-in. Located
in popular World Golf Village area. Several lakes are
located within the 245-acre nature preserve. World-
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reserves the right to extend, modify or discontinue Sweepstakes at any time without prior notice. For details on restrictions, qualifications and conditions, see Official Rules at sales offices or send SASE to Diamond Sweepstakes Rules, c/o KB Home, 3037 Independence Drive, Suite I, Livermore, CA 94551. Payment of
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PONTE VERDA BEACH
2/2 + 1 car, lake view,
beach access, furn'd,
$235,000. Call 333-2809
PVB/Sawgrass 3/2+Den
on water, totally remod.
culdesac' gated comm,
$429,900. Liz 904- 273-9549
PVB bike to bch 2/2
Condo. lake view,
attached gar, high
ceilings, hardwd firs,
gated comm, $279,900.
all 553-7376
PV BEACH ACCESS -
gated community,
2/2, $235K. 1/1$145K
Call 955-0872
PVB Short walk to Beach
Gym, pools, 4/3.5, wd fir,
tile & granite, new
stainless apple. Irg patio
By owner. OP. house
Sun 1/15 10-3p. 121 Sea
Lily Ln. $750K. 534-7134
SAWGRASS TPC Gor-
geous 5br/3ba, spa-
cious airy layout. Pool,
water falls &jacuzzi,
lagoon & golf views.
$978,000. 904-285-4687

332 Middleburg
3.3 AC -MH, completely
remod, lifetime roof,
vinyl siding, fenced,
$129 k horses ok
272.5505, 904-813-8383
5/3 FSBO 4 yrs old 2430sf
3c gar, 1 ac 194 Lee Dr.
offBlanding. N. M'burg
$229,000 904.282-1055
BY OWNER, No Banks
Needed 3/2 exc cond,
2 Story, $189,500.
904-371-2728
Ridaught Landing 3/2, LR
DR, gar, Ig lot, culdesac.
Grt Schls. AS IS $139,900.
904-406- 6000/891-7983

334 Keystone
334 Heights

3/2 -CB, new roof, win-
dows, ac fir & pnt. Lake
access, $115,900. Cash
only, owner/ agent
352-475-9384
NICE 3/2 MH -new metal
roof, appi, siding.
Porches & fenced.
$69.9k Cash owner/
agent 352-475-9384

335 Orange Park/
335> Clay

1606 Grove Park Dr. off
Kingsley Ave. 3/2 /1
ready to move in, new
tile and carpet, over
1400sf, $167,900.
855-3288 or 463-6406
3 Story TH overlooking
St. Johns River 2386sf,
4/3.5, 2 balconies, 1
patio, comm. pool &
club hse $340K 626-0398
ARAVA. BRAND NEW. On
pond. Lease to own. 3/2
1440sf, 2car gar,
$1050m. 888-825-4736
AVAILABLE NOW!!
O.P. Beautiful Grove Park
area, 3/2. 1600+sf, on 2
lots, 904-505-1094
CUTTER'S POINT Pos-
sible owner finance
4br/2ba, 2160 sf,
$259,500. 904-248.2620
FSBO/Fleming Isl. Plant
4br/3.5ba, 2800sf, Ig priv.
bkyd, Fleming Isl. amen
Own/Rltr 904-375-6000.


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-335 Orange Park/
J3J Clay

GREEN COVE SPRINGS
3/2, fridge, dish-
.'L washer, 1 car garage,
FSBO, $117,900,
472- 9676, 2 years old
GRN CVE SPRG By Owner,
3/2, 1 gar ch/a, dish
washer, frig, $117,900.
2yo like new 472-9676
New home, almost com-
plete cony. OP loc.
w/nice trees, 4/2, 1800sf.
Ig gar, $270K. 219-2606
OAKLEAF 3/2 $175K
NEW Concrete block
condo, all apple inci w/d,
elev. bldg. 904-505-8000
OAKLEAF new 4/3 + Bns.
cul-de-sac, virtual tour
www.byusaowner.com
#155 449-0006
OP/OAKLEAF PLANT. 4/2,
Fanm, Din, 2cgar, 2300sf,
Sell $265K, Lease $1350m
Margie 904-759-9262
Orange Park South off of
SR220-3BR 2Ba-pen Floor
plan, 2 car garage, sunken
great room $170,000.
768-2036
1920sf Split Bedrm Plan
4/2 all brick, lake view,
enclosed patio, $230K.
Renee 904 424-4089

340 St. Johns
3 0 County

AVILA GATED NEW 3/2,
Upgrades, Top Crnr Condo
Palencla Amenities, US1
Close St. Aug., World Golf,
I- 95, Immediate Occ, $225K,
FSBO, (904) 338 4137
EASTWOOD OF JUL. CRK
-4/3, 2567sf, 2yrs old,
upgraded, landscpd,
$441,500 287-5979
FSBO NW St. John's Co
2250SF All brck 4/2.5 Irg
ingrnd pool, $385K Call
742-6423 or 230- 2614
NEAR WGV -in Sevilla
628 Porto Christo lease/
Purchase, brand new
omne, 3/2, low down.
no bank qual. $299.9k
613-5617
Palencia 4/3 Park-
side Dr. 2500sf $543K
904.819.9221

342 St. Augustine
ANASTASIA ISLAND-
Beautiful 2/2 condo,
totally renov. $178,500
904- 824 7123/ 705 6429

345 Nassau
County

5 acres w/pond, houses
only, private road, no
subdivision $90,000.
Call 904-879-7339
4 AMELIA ISL- Priv
dev, 4/2 custom
!t brick, tile, Berber,
custom kit., proves
landscape, nook,
din.rm, $354K, 491.7996
Country Living in Callahan
,FI-10 acres of Large oaks &
pasture partially fenced.
2004 DWMH with 2400sf
4/2Ba, Large family room &
rec. room with wet bar &
FP. Reduced $295,499K,
G r e at Pric e -Must Sell!
904-879- 4194 Call Today

350 Waterfront
Awesome 4200sf house
13874 Ketch Cove Dr.
5/4.5, all new incl. pool.
Raker Rity Inc. 860-3206


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Distress Sale Imo. only
Beautiful new condo on
ICW in Palm Coast
(Canopy Walk). Top fir
(4th), vltd ceigs, lots of
upgrds, grdn tub In MB.
$384K buyer paying
closing costs, Incl. any
realtor fees (Seller has
no realtor). Serious
buyers only, pis.
D/Mary: 904-824-0484
E/Wknds Sherry
904-471-2128 eve. Appts
on Fri & wknds only.
DOCTORS LAKE
Stunning new Custom
Executive all brick
waterfront model, 4/3/
office, pool, spa, dock
with boathouse and 2
additional slips. Mas-
sive kitchen loaded
with upgrades, 12ft
ceIlings.
Open house at 12-4.
219. 9674, $799,000.
2133 Blue Heron Cove Dr.
Lake Hampton 1.66ac,
1000lacre spring fed
clear sand bottom lake.
Owner/Rltr 904-375-6000
LAKE SANTA FE (6,000+
ACRES) North Florida's
most sought after lake.
3/3 (1900sf) Brick Home
in exc cond on canal
minutes to Lake. 200ft.
WF, 1 Acre. $265,000
CENTURY 21 Country
Lakes Realty 352-481-4436,
1-888-333-9449
RIVER FRNT story 3000sf
hm, nestles on 1.3 ac
w/pond. $590K obo.
Must sell 904-219-0994
RIVER FRONT 5 ACRES,
2.5 ac upland bidable,
2.5 ac wetlands, $250K
obo. 904-219-0994
WATERFRONT lot with
beautiful marsh view
$199K 904-318-5637

355 Condominiums
Baymeadows/Village
Green 2/2, 1000sf, new
ch/a, appi, prch overlks
pond, $122K. 686-5167
BCHS Wolf Creek Brand
new 2/2.5, never lived In.
Move in ready Immed.
Hardship price. $995m. or
$169,900. 407-699-0984
CITY OF HOMES OF SAN
MARCO
2043 Dunsford Terrace
#30 2/1 900sf $695 $100
off for 1st Four Months
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
D'TOWN. PLAZA 19th Fir
1175sf, lbd/lbth + den
River/City views, $399K
Call Today! 904 803-1967
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Oceanfront Condo/
Estate Sale close to
Sawgrass and TPC. 4th
floor, 3 bedroom, 2
bath, central heat/air.
Beautiful Atlantic
sunrise! Priced to sell
$900,000. For showing
call 904 744 3450.
RIVERFRONT -TOP FLR
New gis drs/windows,
Granite top kit/ baths,
Brk -Ownr 287-8902 $478k
ST. AUG GOLF VIEW
1/1, End unit, 3rd fir,
private, Spacious
$139.9k. Cal 823-9610

360 Out of Area/
360 Town/State
North Carolina
NC Mtn. Property
You'll Say
WOW!
When You See This
Incredible Land.
Teaming with Waterfalls,
Mtn. Streams,
Views & Nature. No Other
Land Comparable.
Coall for Private Showing
& Details.
McKeough Land Co.
866-930-5263

3 Manufactured
306.5 Homes

S1996 3/2 Dou-
blewide & land,
1.65 acres, corner
lot of Dinsmore
Area, $85K serious
inquiries only, 693-3033

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3 2 r h om e s,
In-house financing, all
credit accepted, Call
Emma 904 771-9055 or
904-962-1086


Dbl. Fully loaded,
large front porch I
Call Rebecca 246-7684


2005, 2/2 & 2004,2/2
Semi Retired Gated
Comm. Front deck on
Call Bettyann 783-2460


Call Emma 904
77 1 9 055 or
904-962-1086
DESTINY -28x6Q0 3BR
2BA appliances. Dish-
washer, fireplace, deck.
$14,500. 730-8606
DW '98 in fantastic cond,,
many upgrades in this
will move to your site,
3/2 home. Must be
moved from present
loc. appr @ $44,900
reduced for quick sale
to $29 995 3878 Lorrie
Ln. Call 904-608-9342
FLEETWOOD -14X70, SW,
'83, $4500 obo. & '85
Liberty 24x55, 4/2, $6995
obo. Can move & set
up. 386-697-9292
FLEETWOOD- No Credit
V14 wide, stove, refrig,
wd, cent. air, shed. $200
Eq. $138mo. 730-8606
FLEETWOOD-No Credit Av
3/2, stove/frig dw wd
vin sid, shigle roof. $2500
eq. $350mo. 73048606

and move -in. No quali-
fying. 904-695-2255
GUERDON -14x70 2/2,
appliances, air, shed
lawn mower too. Nice!
$5800. Call 730-8606
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Westside community.
Great Location. TOE
Call 771-9055.

On new, used, & repo
mobile homes. Just
bring your tax returns
and move In. call
Sandy @ 904- 695-2255
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Middleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $749 Mo.
Save Thousands!
CALL (904) 291-2735

Like New, Beautiful!
3/2 fully loaded.
Call 249-9546
LRG HOME IN GATED
COMM. 3/2 2004 28X60
ASKING $69,900.
CALL 904-786-0632
MH/ LAND PKG -New,
3/2 DW, w/extras, must
see, 1/3 ac lot with
Oaks, $125,900. 861-4716
MOVING! MUST SELL!
3/2, 16005F+ Over Acre
and a Half. Won't last!
$695 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley
874-1862 or 291-3100
MUST SEE! '95 Skyline,
1683sf, 3/2, fpl. Must be
moved. $35,000 neg
751-9341 or 591-6918
MUST SELL 3BR 2BAI
D/W and Land Home.
Stainless Steel Appl.
Great Jacksonville Loca-
tion Little Down, Easy
Financing, Won't Last!
CALL JOHN 291- 0716


Ready to move in,
D/P assistance avail.
Slow credit O.K.
Call 249-9546
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Need Energetic Salesperson
for Home Sales. Top
Comm and Health Benefits.
Call 904-225-0222
Ask for Joe To Set Up Appt.
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WESTIN 16x80, 3/2, stove
refrig, wd, cent. air, vinyl
siding, shingle roof, pri-
vatelot & free lot rent
$19,800. 730-8606



For less than you pay on
rent! E-Z qualifying
low down payment!
Call 2J63-6-'J

370 Lols for Sale
LAKE GRANBURY SUBD.
Ft. Worth. TX Ranch lots
iS9.9 e a All 1',.trn,,s
urr-:-und-rQ L.
Gr 3ralur. Rgead-. [0 bubi,
.:,n. CallZ e6J 221 1-,S3
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75 Farms/
375 Acreage

709-2400 acres of
developable land
between Savannah &
Brunswick. Frontage on
Hwy 17. For example"
709 acres for S1.87 mill.
Call 1-866-888-7332
CAROLINA LAND!
20 acres, creek, $89,990.
Ral/Dur area. For Pics:
919-693-8984 or email:
owner@newbranch.com
MANDARIN 72 ACRES
partially cleared, some
wetlands. Sunbeam &
Hood. 904-272-7747
N.C. MOUNTAINS
Log Cabin $89,900
Easy to Finish Shell on
1 AC Site, Lakes, State
Park, & Plenty of Golf.
Carolinas! 828-256-1004
PUTNAM CO -17ac
w/4 ac pond, oaks,
great for horses, $550k.
Call 386-546-6776
SPORTSMANN PARADISE
231ac, in Montgomery
CO. GA, $180,000 timber
cruise, deer, hogs and
turkey. $2895/ac. Call
Stewart 229-425-1807


410 Condominiums
9A/Gate New Lux 2/2 All
amenities, lake views,
w/d, garage avail,
$1050mo. 904-233-7702
BCHS Wolf Creek Brand
new 2/2.5, never lived in.
Move in ready immed.
Hardship price. $995m. or
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400 Apartments
Furnished
405 Apartments
410 Condominiums
412 Retirement
Communities
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured
Homes
427 Mobile Home Lots
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
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445 Storage/Mini-
Lockers
450 Management/Rental
Services
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400 Apartments
Furnished
4, KINGSLAND-Fur-
S nished studio apt,
S 1 room includes
utilities, washer/
dryer, Direct TV, $400
912- 729.4103
WEST SIDE- Partially Furn,
1 Bdrm, Util. gas+cable.
New Paint, 175/wk
$400 dep 904- 695-1412
405A Apartments
SUnfurnished

rum.n-, E BEAUTIFUL
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Large 1.2, & 3 Bedrooms
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I, 2. & 3 BR's Available!
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,-;4 &$99 Deposit Special!
-" No Application Fee!
'@' 1r48 CALL 751-1510
RIVERSIDE-1BR, New
paint, close to Hosp. no
pets 2590 Post St. $500.
613-0417/725-6072
RIVERSIDE Lg 1BR, CH&A,
hardwd floors, clean,
good n'hood, near hosp
$650mo+dep. 384. 6755
SAN MARCO
1& 2 BR Special!
s'-' CALL 398-9492
SAN MARCO LOFTS
Incredible living spaces
www.theloftssanmarco.com
1450 Flagler 396-9601
W'SIDE Grande Court
Blanding great Ioc 1, 2,
3BR starting at $565.
Call for special 317-0688
WESTSIDE
2BR DUPLEX, NEW CARPET
AND TILE, FENCED YARD.
REF REQUIRED $595 778.2897
WILLIAMS WALK 1/1 New
$900 Waterview cen-
trally located 1-95 & St.
Aug. 305-772-7031
SW'side-
Gregory West
SApartments
\ A.. VALENTINE
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Call for details. 777-5581
W'side (2) 1/1's w/cable
ch&a $550ea & block
studio w/tile $395. All
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W'SIDE- Duplex 1BR, LR,
Kit furn, cpt, AC, non
smkr, quiet, $450.
Apply 388-5650. No Hud.


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new cpt & paint. Close to
club.poolw/d, Beautiful
lot. $1250mo. 759 2521 -
JULINGTON 3/2, 2 car gar,
culdesac. amenities.
$1195mo. Pets OK. 809
Golf Manor Ct. 904- 962-6565^
LAKE ASBURY
2791 Sapid Court
3/2/2 1430
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410 Condominiums
ICW/Wolf Creek, Brand "i
new 2/2.5 TH, all apple, -
Sbacks up to preserve.
$1100m. 6105226
MAND/S'SIDE -2/2 condo -
New, gated, pool, No
pets. App i inc ld.-,
$925mo. CalU545-1999
MANDARIN 2/2, all elec,
comm pool, tennis_
$800month plus
deposit. Call 268-0761 ,
Mandarin Brand new.
Spacious, 2/2, grt loc.
Beautiful finishes, w/d,
yated comm $975.
04-9714, 754-234-0922 -,
O.P. 3/2 Seasons at,
Park Ave. All new
everything. w/d,
$1050/mo., pool /gym, -
wooded view & more.'
No pets. 318-5774

O.P. -RTO, Guar.
financing, $800mo.
Natures HIdeaway I
Blanding Blvd. NEW,
276-6446

OAKLEAF
AT PRESERVES
Brand new 3/2,1525sf,
$1250mo. 276-6446 ,
OP-Low depll 3br/2.5ba,
new TH in Oakleaf,
pool, tennis, new appi.
only $1200m. Call Jody-
904-327-7916 c
PONTEVEDRA
RENTAL BLOWOUT I ,
Summerhouse *Belleza
*Avanti
All sizes Available
$835-$1450mo
Make Your Deal Today!!
Jennifer 917-859-7859.
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Ponte Vedra 1/1, w/d,
FP, 2 firs, poo, club hse.
Close to Sawgrass
Shops $850mo. 827-0446'
PONTE VEDRA 1/1, Grand
Cay Villa, 3rd fir, screen
porch, fpl, $80O0mo-
534-7802
PONTEVEDRA
2/2, gated community.
No pets, no smoking. ,
$1200mo. Call 838-4367
PONTE VEDRA E. of A1A '
2/2 fpl, w/d 1 c gar, -
$1100llOOmo Cafl 285-1164
Ponte Vedra Luxury'
Condo Belleza 2br/2ba,
Fully renov. Resort amen-
Best Offer. 880-4616. C
SOUTHEAST Brand new
2br/2.Sba condo. Pool, ,
fitness ctr, avail now-
$1000mo. 386-569-6290
SOUTHSIDE 2/2.5 with'
den brand new, lux -
condo, $1195mo. Call,,
for Special 994-5006
SOUTHSIDE IL Villagio ,
new guarded comm,
3/2, priv nature view,-
$1450mo. Call 646-2881 ,
S'SIDE all new 2br/2ba
Gate Prkwy @ new St.
Johns Town Cntr. $1150-
mo Call 476-5280
WON'T LAST -
Baymeadows/9A -
Campfield -2/2 new -
$1200/mo. 904-891-6167
415 l rHouses
415 Furnished .

PV -Gated Sawgrass, 3/2
awesome g ameroom
facing canal, newly renv
$1695mo 463-3074

4 Houses
420 Unfurnished
4 AB-2/2, new carpet,
Fireplace, garage, w/d
lIt hkup,fncdyrd. no
pets, $700/mo,
move-in special, 221.5652
PCSng
ALT BCH 3/2, newly.
renov, close to bch,
ICW, Ig yd, crprt, stor-
age $1200 770-841.0894
ARGYLE
2912 Brittany Bluff
3/2/2 1677sf $1035
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 73&08060
ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM,
FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
LARGE FENCED BACKYARD.
REF REQUIRED $995 778.2897
ARGYLE 8121 Boones-
borough Trail 3/2,
$975mo / $975 dep.
777-0691 or 777-1380
ARL 7327 Merrill Rd.,
Resid/Ofc. space 3/1,
$950.755.4448
ARL 3/1 w/d hu ch/a cpt/
tile, pool, on 1.5 acres
Peaceful, $975m 2402
Anniston Rd. 233.3065
ARL-3/2 fncd bkyd,
$750mo. $500 dep.
Call 744-5744
& Arlington- 3/2, fp, cbl,
SInternet, inground
pool, $1100/mo+ dep
904-234-3652
SARLINGTON-3/2
S 20 mins, to base
$1300 Call 821-1030
ATLANTIC BEACH
3/2 Patio Home
S Garage, fncd yrd,
W/D hookup, CH/A,
fans, $875 mo, $800 dep,_
Butch, 233-8358
ATL BCH 3/2, washer
dryer hookup, fen yard, -
tile firs, avail 2/1,.
$1200mo. Call 247-6474
ATL BEACH -$1100 mo,"
3/1.5, fncd, den, CH&A,-
new cpt/pnt, 246-4617,
S-. 9 F d900S
AVONDALE
2/1, gar no pets, new
cpt, $925 per month +
dep. Call 388-0950
BCH/Hodges New 3/2
w/lots of upgrds, 1720sf,".
$1350m w/ok credit. Fitn
Comm. pool. 463-6222 -
BEACHES -remod,
2000sf, 4 3, w apple,
fncd yd. yrd maint incl.
i1900 dep. 904-866-1431
CLAY CO. New brick 4 2
2 car gar ,, i'd h,:-.Ifup.
5:ul m: .-: rei -.ch
EAGLE HAMMOCK N."
-Lake view, 2 story'
new home, 2400sf, 4/3,
apple, + upgrades, $1400
+ dep 904-866-1431
EAGLES HAMMOCK
14142 Fish Eagle
3/2 1797 $1295
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP-'
(904) 7308060
Femandlna Beach/Yulee
86748 Worthington Drive
3/2/2 1383st $1025 0
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP "
(904)730.8060
FLEM ISLAND PLANT
NEW 4/2K/2 1800sf, near
schools & YMCA $1290
Call 375-0585
GCS The Cove 3/2, fen yd ,
3yrs old, new cpt/a
paint, inside laundry, -
$000mo. 616-3907
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
/ 4 br/2ba 1800sf,
1^ covered prch, Silver "
Creek, $1300/mo -
476- 7694
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Silver Creek, new 4/2,
cov'd prch, fp, $1250md"
Avail now 476-7694
GREENCOVE SPRINGS'
Brand new home, 3/2,
available 1/20, $1100mY
No pets, non- smoking./
CalI707-4510
ICW/KERNAN 1950SF. fen-
yd. 3/2, Dbl Gar, coY"'
porch, tile fplc. $13507"
Call 860 5689
ICW -Guava, Waterleaf,"
NEW, 4/3+den 2350sf, .,
4/2 1960sf, 2g, cidsk *
$1550. 904-866-1431
JCP Gorgeous 3/2, split, "
on wtr, .Sac, 1999, 2000sf,
$1395m. Must see!
230- 2490/C:954. 778- 8315


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$1350mo. 917-687-3950 call 380207 Must befit. Low dn pyt backroud c rehousing and able howbarsinJaxl Blanding Bvd; 314 cleaning, must sell both w/mattresses.
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