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Heroic Sailors
VS-32 Members Help Robbery Victim
Page 3


Reservists
An Integral Part Of The Navy
Pages 8-9


Tax Help
What You Need To Know
Page 10


THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2006


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Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Thirteen members from the NAS Jacksonville Fire Department proudly display their most recent award in
the field of fire prevention. (Front row, from left) Firefighters Robert Schooley and Mario Robinson, NAS Jax
Fire Chief Randy Hall, Assistant Chief of Fire Prevention Charles McCoy, Fire Inspector Doug Thomas,
Firefighter Fred Chalmers, Fire Inspector Robert Winchester, Firefighter Doug Papile and Fire Inspector Rick
Vandersteen. (Back Row, from left) Assistant Chief of Training Fred Lanier, Station Chief Dennis Bannister,
Fire Chief Jeff Harrell and Firefighter Alan Sarge.


Base firefighters

earn Life Safety

Achievement Award
By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
Once again, the NAS Jacksonville Fire
Department personnel distinguished
themselves by winning the 2004 Life


Safety Achievement Award given annually by the
Residential Fire Safety Institute (RFSI). The
award was announced Thursday by Roy Marshall,
director of the RFSI. The department won its first
Life Safety Achievement Award in 1995 and has
won each consecutive year since. Even though the
award was delayed by the disastrous 2005 hurri-
cane season, it was welcomed with great pride by
station firefighters.
"It doesn't matter that it is a few months late in
its arrival," said NAS Jax Fire Chief Randy Hall.
"It's a group award that we would like to share

See AWARD, Page 12


Photos by PH3 David Didier
Retired Army Sgt. Demos Johnson expresses his gratitude to Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Raquel Bono for the care he receives at the hospital during a town hall meeting Jan. 18.


Naval Hospital Jax CO


holds town I
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
In an effort to learn more about what Naval
Hospital Jacksonville patients and their family
members are concerned about regarding their
health care services here, Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr.) Raquel
Bono held her first town hall meeting Jan. 18.
Bono, who took command of the hospital last
August, welcomed approximately 50 guests, her
staff members and the local media and immediate-
ly let everyone know what she hoped to accomplish
during the event.
"I wanted to hold this town meeting because I
need your help. I need your input, the good and
bad. I want to know what things we should contin-
ue to do and I want to know those things we need
to do differently and I also need to know the things
that we need to stop doing," said Bono. "I need to
combine this input with the input from my staff
and look at our capabilities and be able to create a
health care delivery system that works for you."
That said, Bono discussed the hospital's overall


iall meeting
outcome on two recent inspections including their
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare
Organizations (JCAHO) recertification in July
2005. "Usually when we have our JCAHO inspec-
tion for recertification, we are told in advance when
the inspectors will arrive. In July 2005, there was
no advance notification to prepare, they just
showed up," stated Bono.
"But the thing is, the hospital staff was up for it
because they found no major recommendations or
requirements for improvement and that's some-
thing not many hospitals can do. We go by the
same rules that civilian hospitals do and based on
that reaccreditation, we came through with flying
colors."
"Not only do we have that inspection, but we are
also looked at by the medical inspector general.
They didn't find anything wrong either. So between
the two bf them, what they found is that the way
we are doing our business here is very safe and
that we are putting the care of our patients fore-
most," continued Bono, enthusiastically.
See TOWN HALL, Page 13


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Members of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Office cele-
brate the society's 102nd birthday Monday. Front row, from left,
Volunteer Cheryl Kindig, NMCRS Relief Services Assistant Kristin Hager.
Back row, from left, Volunteer Larry Zimmer, NMCRS Director Dave
Faraldo, NMCRS Relief Services Assistant Jim Reid, Director of Visiting
Nurses Ruthi Moore, NMCRS Visiting Nurse Tanyia Williams and Volun-
teer Brian Gillespie.

Navy-Marine Corps


Relief Society turns 102
By Kaylee LaRocque .
Staff WriterI


N AS Jacksonville Navy-
Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS) staff
members and volunteers recog-
nized the society's 102nd birth-
day Monday with a small celebra-
tion.
The society's origins date back
to Jan. 23, 1904, when Dr. J.
William White of the University
of Pennsylvania suggested that
the proceeds from the previous
year's Army-Navy football game
be split three ways. President
Theodore. Roosevelt agreed, and
the $27,000 collected from ticket
sales were divided between the'
universities, the Army Relief
Society and the Navy, to establish
a society to help Navy and
Marine Corps widows and
orphans with their financial
needs.
The $9,000 given to the Navy
was put into a special fund used
to help the families of active duty
members who died while serving
their country. The families were
not only provided financial assis-
tance, but the society also offered
educational benefits. Any assis-
tance provided at that time was
considered a grant.
The Navy Relief Society contin-
ued to receive profits from the
football game for several more
years and raised more money
through a membership drive and
various other fundraising events.
Several auxiliaries were also
established throughout the coun-
try. A Navy Relief Society office
was officially established in
Jacksonville, Feb. 1, 1941.
Another local office was opened
at Naval Station Mayport 20
years later.
Today, the NMCRS is a much
more complex organization. Each
year in March, a special NMCRS
Fund Drive is held worldwide as
a way for service members to
"take care of their own."
According to NAS Jax NMCRS
Director Dave Faraldo, all dona-
tions collected during the annual
fund drive are used to directly
help those military members and
their families during times of
need.
"The money is deposited into a


NAS Jax Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society Relief Services Assistant
Jim Reid helps a client at the soci-
ety Jan. 18. NMCRS caseworkers
helped nearly 1,600 people here
last year with financial issues.
primary account in Washington,
D.C. and each office writes their
checks from that account. Last
year, we gave out $1.3 million in
loans and grants from this office.
We also provided another. $2,166
in educational assistance. We are
basically the Navy's money store.
If someone needs money usually
for some type of emergency, they
come to the society," explained
Faraldo.
With the devastating hurri-
canes last year, NMCRS world-
wide played a huge role in disas-
ter relief. "We assisted almost
6,000 people by providing nearly
2.5 million in direct emergency
relief assistance. We were imme-
diately on the scene on the Gulf
Coast. NMCRS employees and
volunteers went to the affected
areas in New Orleans and
Gulfport, Miss. to help out mili-
tary families," Faraldo said. "In
our office here, we saw about 200
cases directly related to the hur-
ricane disasters and provided
$115,000 in assistance."
The NMCRS office here sent
NMCRS Relief Services Assis-
tant Jim Reid and two volunteers
Larry Zimmer and Brian
Gillespie to assist the Gulfport
NMCRS office after Hurricane
Katrina hit.
"I was on leave when I got the
call to go and immediately
See NMCRS, Page 13


Cyclists needed for event
Team Navy Jax will be riding again and additional cyclists
are needed to participate in the second annual'Tour de l
Cure May 20-21. [.
This is a non-profit fund-raising event sponsored by the


j American Diabetes Association. This year's ride will
take cyclists from Jacksonville to Fernandina Beach.
For more information about Team Navy Jax, call
Miriam Gallet at 542-5588. Details about the Tour
de Cure can be found at www.diabetes.org/jaxtour.


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Sailors volunteer to go back to boot camp


I recently had the oppor-
tunity to go back to "Boot
Camp" and spend some
,,time with an outstanding
group of Sailors. .. Sailors
who the Navy calls RDCs.
When a group of Sailors
start telling sea stories,
inevitably someone will tell
a boot camp story.
Sometimes it's a tale of
mock terror from the eyes of
a new recruit and some-
times it's a joking recollec-
tion of their Navy naivete,
and almost always the
Recruit Division Comman-
der is a part of the story.
But no matter how hard
an RDC may have been on
their division, that story is
always told with subtle, but
genuine respect for the per-:
son who taught them to be a
Sailor.
And it's no surprise that
most Sailors look back at
their RDCs, and their time:
at Recruit Training-
Command, fondly. The
Sailors whb volunteer their
time to train to become
RDCs are some of the best
in their field and are some
of the most dedicated
Sailors our Navy has to
offer.
RDCs put forth .many
hours of training, hard work
and shaping as they take
America's civilians and turn
them out as Sailors and


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West

future leaders of the Navy..
Tours as RDCs are looked
upon favorably during selec-
tion boards, and typically a
high percentage usually
select to higher ranks.
Additionally, it's an opportu-
nity to earn a master train-
ing Specialist designator,
which recognizes instructors
who excel in education and
training and can give you an
advantage in your post-mili-
tary career.
But more rewarding is
that you are a role model for
hundreds of Sailors. You
represent the ideal Sailor
and Navy, and you get the
satisfaction of molding these
civilians into hard-charging
shipmates and being a huge
part of their careers, as well
as their first impression of
the Navy.
It's a job any Sailor should
strive for, but you will make
a few sacrifices and it will
be a challenge. Sound famil-


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Pacific Fleet Master Chief


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I want to urge all my ship-
mates in the fleet to consid-
er joining this elite group of
motivated, hard-charging,
career-minded Sailors. It is
a very challenging job, but
even more so, it's an incredi-
ble opportunity to shape the
Navy's future leaders.
If you decide this is a chal-
lenge you'd like to tackle, it
doesn't necessarily mean
you'll get to do it. When I
say this is an elite group, I
mean it. There is a board
process that hand-selects
the top Sailors to fill this
job. You will have to be a
top-performing Sailor, and
you will have to be in top
shape and always perform-
ing well on your PRTs.
Bottom line: you will have
to be A.J.-squared-away at
all times and with all
aspects of being "The Sailor
of many Sailors."
Only Sailors E-5 and
above are eligible for this
duty. However, one thing
you don't need is experience
in drilling or classroom
training.
If the board selects you,
you will arrive at Recruit"
Training Command and go
through 13 weeks of train-
ing. as well as shadowing an
RDC, before you have your
own division.
The training is extensive.
You're given the tools you
need to create Sailors from
civilians. There are periods


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Hey, MoneyMan!
I am on active duty and
my husband and I made a
new year's resolution to get
our finances in order. We
have two car payments, a
mortgage, and a lot of cred-
it card debt.
It seems everywhere we
look there is someone offer-
ing help, but most of the
time they are just trying to
get us deeper into debt.
Where can I go to get good,
solid information that will
help us get out of debt?
MoneyMan Sez:
The short answer is to go
to your Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society (NMCRS)
office. This organization
has been in the financial
assistance business for 102
years and they are a pri-
vate, non-profit organiza-
tion whose very mission is
to provide financial, educa-
tional and other assistance
to active duty, retired and
family members of the
Navy and Marine Corps.


You can either call the
office to make an appoint-
ment or visit the Web site,
www.nmcrs.org. There you
will find a wealth of infor-
mation. For example, go to
the Web site and select
"Money Management." You
will find links to many
worthwhile sites such as
EdlerWeb, Budget Central,
Genus Credit Management,
The Women's Institute for
Financial Education, TRI-
CARE, CarPoint, Dollar
Stretcher and many more.
At just the "Dollar
Stretcher" site, you will find
information on essentially
everything you ever wanted
to know about money man-
agement. Don't believe it!
Give it a shot and let me
know what you think.
By the way, to make an
appointment at the
Jacksonville NMCRS office,
call 542-3515. They are
very friendly people and
eager to help!
More questions? Contact Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0353.


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SUNDAY SERVICES


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


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MR5N TRRR WILLIRMS
Job title/command:
NAS Jax Security
Department


of training for indoctrina-
tion, drilling, administra-
tion, plenty of physical
training and leadership
training.
And while you might look
forward to filling the shoes
that your RDC filled, it wiJl
be a different experience.
You will still inspire and
lead hundreds of Sailors,
but today's RTC is not the
same RTC you went to. A
few things have changed
since then.
For those who haven't
been there in awhile,
Recruit Training Command
has been refurbishing and
rebuilding the facility since
1998 to include new state-
of-the-art, electronic class-
rooms that are climate-con-
trolled for the best possible
learning environment.
These classrooms have a
computer for each recruit
and are located in the same
facilities recruits live and
eat in. That's right, there is
a galley in each building to
eliminate the hours of
marching between the bar-
racks, classrooms and the
galley. Additionally there is
.an outstanding workout
facility and several training
facilities that have either
been built or will be com-
pleted soon.
Even with RTC's techno-
logical advancements, the
job is still incredibly deman-

See CAMP, Page -


challenge


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African-American History

Month luncheon planned
T he NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural
Awareness Committee (MCAC) will host an
African American History Month Luncheon
Feb. 16 from 11 a.m. to 1- p.m. at the NAS
Jacksonville Officers' Club. The event will feature
Guest Speaker Rev. Kevin Turman and a perform-
ance by the William M. Raines High School Chorus.
The menu includes:
House Salad with Dressing
Baked Herb Chicken
Fried Catfish with Tartar Sauce
Macaroni and Cheese
Black-eyed Peas
Southern Greens
Corn Bread w/ butter
Peach cobbler
For tickets and more information, contact your
local MCAC representative or your equal opportuni-
ty officer.


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, Jacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer j02(SW) Bill Larned
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JAX AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JiX 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-
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Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
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The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
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agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
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over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
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Linda Edenfield, Advertising Sales Manager 904-359-4336


SHometown: Lithia Springs,
Ga.


Family Life: I'm engaged to a member of the
, Marine Corps.

Past Duty Stations: Embarked Security
Team, NSA Bahrain


Career Plans: To continue a career in law
enforcement after serving in the Navy.


Most Interesting Experience: Spending
time in a foreign land and meeting the people
of different cultures.

Words of Wisdom: Always follow your
heart.




BETTY WRLKER

Job title/command:
GS-7 NAS Jax Commissary

Hometown: Crescent City,
Fla.


Family Life: Married with three children.

Past Duty Stations: Heidelberg, Germany


Career Plans: To become a manager.


Most Interesting Experience: Working
at NAS Jax.


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Jax Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 26, 2006


VS-32 Sailors assist


robbery victim, help


catch the suspect


By]02 Leanna Ramage
NAS Fallon Public Affairs


Because of their will-
ingness to act and to
do the right thing
last week, seven Sailors
were essential in the
arrest of a man who is sus-
pected of pushing down an
81-year-old woman and
stealing $2,000 in cash
from her.
Three of the NAS
Jacksonville-based VS-32
Sailors, AME1(AW) Dennis
Hill, AM1(AW) Scott
Maney and SKSN Nupole
Dunbar, had just finished
lunch at restaurant on
West Center Street in
Fallon, Nev.
They were outside get-.
ting fresh air, when they
heard a cry for help. While
being cautious of their sur-
roundings, the Sailors
looked to see where the cry
came from.
"That's when we heard
the lady say, 'Help! Help!
Call 9-1-1'" said Dunbar.
"We saw this man jump
out of the alley and he
started running past us,
I'd say he was about 10
feet away from us," said
Maney. "Then, I heard the
lady say, 'I've been robbed,
I've been robbed," added
Maney.
"We all three (Hill,
Maney and Dunbar) looked
at each other and said,
'let's get him,'" said Hill.
The other four Sailors
AO1 Christopher Farhill,
AME2 John McDuffie,
SK2(AW) Kenneco Sur-
geon and AZ1(AW) Derrick
Andrews, who were still in
the restaurant, ran outside
to the lady's aid.
"She was obviously very
upset. I was doing my best
to comfort her, to let her
know we were there. I
really wanted to make
sure that she was okay,"
said McDuffie.
Without hesitation,
Dunbar, Hill and Maney
were immediately in pur-
suit of the suspect.
"I was only about two to
three paces behind him,"
continued Dunbar, who's
been in the Navy for 11
months. "He ran into a
shed behind a house. I
wasn't sure if he was
armed or not and I wanted
to be safe, so I told Maney
where he was."
"Dunbar covered the
back door, I covered the
front, and then I called 9-
1-1. There was a lady at
the front door of the house,
I also told her to call 9-1-1.
Not even a minute later,
the rest of my shipmates
arrived," explained Maney.
The Sailors wanted to
make sure the suspect did-
n't escape while they wait-
ed for local authorities to
arrive.
Churchill County Sheriff
and Fallon police officers
arrived about three to four
minutes later. About 20
minutes after their
arrival, local authorities
had the suspect, Richard
Mastyk of Fallon, in cus-
tody.
The victim and the
Sailors identified the sus-
pect as local authorities
led him to the back of a
police car.
The VS-32 Sailors are at
NAS Fallon with Carrier
Air Wing One, as part of
their pre-deployment
workups and will be here
for another two weeks
preparing for their upcom-
ing deployment aboard
USS Enterprise.
"We've always traveled
in groups, since I have
been in the Navy," said
Farhill, who is one of the
seven Sailors with the
group. "It's been stressed
on us to use the buddy sys-
tem, stay with your ship-
mates and look out for
each other. I feel like this
was one of those times,
where that protocol was


really important."
"We're Sailors, we all
know how to handle our-
selves, we're healthy and
we're not afraid to do what


we have to do, I have more
than 18 years in the Navy.
I have been to safety
briefs, I've been a small
arms instructor and it
seemed at that moment,
all that training came
together," explained Far-
hill.


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These seven Sailors from VS-32
recently assisted a robbery victin
and helped catch the suspect
while on detachment in Fallon,
Nev. From left, AO1 (AW)
Christopher Farrill, AME2 John
McDuffie, SKSN Nupole Dunbar,
SK2 Kenneth Surgeon, AZi(AW)
Derrick Andrews, AME1 (AW)
Dennis Hill and AD1 (AW) Scott
Maney.


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NAS Jacksonville


tax center now open
By Navy Legal Service Office Power of attorney, if married filing a
joint return and spouse will not be present
The Jacksonville Tax Center is now offi- to sign tax return. Blank check, or bank
cially open. The Tax Center provides free routing transit number and account num-
federal income tax prepara- ber, if you choose to have
tion and free electronic tax your refund directly deposit-
filing services. This free ed into your account.
service is provided to all Due to the type of training
active duty military person- given to our VITA reps, the
nel, retired military person- following information is pro-
nel and their families. ? vided on what type' of taxes
The tax center is located on I ) they can and cannot prepare:
Keily Street, at building 583. It
will be open for business from Will Prepare
8:30 a.m. 4 p.m., Monday- Form 1040EZ; Form 1040A
Wednesday-Friday, and 9 a.m. with Sch. 1, 2, 3 & EIC;
- 4 p.m., Tuesday and REVENuE Form 1040 with Sch. A, B,
Thursday. In order to assist A C-EZ; D, EIC, R & SE; Form
in filing returns, customers 1040-V; Form 1040-ES, Form
are asked to bring the fol- . 2441(child & development
lowing information: 1.- care credit); Form 8812
All 2005 W-2s, Wage and (Additional Child tax credit);
Earning Statements, Social and Form 8863 (education
Security cards (social security credits).
cards are mandatory without a military
ID, dependent ID's do not count) and dates Will Not Prepare
of birth for each family member. Schedule C (profit loss from business);
1099-INT forms (reflecting any interest complicated & advanced schedule D (capi-
made from savings/checking accounts) tal gains & losses); Schedule E (rents &
1099-DIV forms (reflecting dividends, royalties); Form SS-5 (requests for social
capital gain distributions from mutual security number); Form 2106 (Employee
funds, stocks,.etc.) Business expenses); Form 3903 (moving);
Dependent Care Statement from day Form 8606 (nondeductible IRA); Form 8615
care providers, to include their SSN/EIN (Minor's Investment Income).
and address, documenting how much was For more information on the Tax Center,
spent for qualified childcare expenses. call 542-8038.


Nominees wanted for outstanding athletes


By Staff
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 perform-
ance from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31,2005.
Nominations are now being accepted from
commanding officers, supervisors, fellow
athletics and anyone else who has knowl-
edge of an exceptional athlete from NAS
Jax departments and tenant commands.


Nominations must be submitted by Jan. 31.
Nominees must have participated in the
NAS Jax Intramural Sports program or any
higher military 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 com-
munity involvement.
For more information and an application,
contact MWR Sports Coordinator Bill
Bonser at 542-3239 or by e-mail at
bill.bonser@navy.mil.


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vaccine is offered to all TRICARE Prime, Plus and Standard subscribers, regardless of hospital
enrollment. Just present your military ID card.
The vaccine is available in all outpatient clinic areas: OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Internal
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skid adaptor used to transport general-purpose bombs and ammunition.


New program helps with benefits
By Byron Hodges facility to schedule the necessary separation
NAS Jax Veterans Service Representative physical. VA does not perform physical
exams for everybody leaving actite-duty,
he Department of Veterans Affairs only those with legitimate health issues and
(VA) has implemented the Benefits in conjunction with a disability claim.
SDelivery at Discharge (BDD) To initiate the VA claims process, service
Program to help assist. military members members must submit the VAF 21-526 to
with their benefits when leaving the mipre-dis- the base VA office no later than 60 ,days
tary. Commonly known as the "pre-dis- before separation/retirement. This form is
charge" program, BDD seeks to minimize b ef ore separa tion/retirement. This form is
the gap between the loss of active duty ben- Programcluded in your Transition Assistance
efits and the receipt of VA benefits in the Program (TAP) packages issued when
form of disability compensation and related attending the TAP workshop. It can also be
beneform of disability compensation and related downloaded by visiting www.va.gov.
Under this program, service members Although the forms are not difficult to
have the opportunity to submit claims for complete, help is available. You can begin by
disability prior to leaving active duty. contacting the NAS Jax VA office at 573-
Claims can be submitted between 60-180 6312 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to
days prior to their fleet reserve or expira- 4 p.m. Unfortunately, due to limited office
tion of active obligated service date. staff, duties away from the office and the
The VA offices at all area bases exist sole- processing of 600-700 claims per year, we
ly for the purpose of overseeing the local may not be the easiest people in the world
BDD programs. This, unfortunately, limits to catch up with.
the time we can spend on other VA matters. NAS Jax also has a representative of
If you have questions regarding other VA AMVETS working part-time at the base to
benefits, you may call the regional office at assist service members. AMVETS
1-800-827-1000. Representative Dave Sanders has played a
Service members submitting pre-dis- big part in seeing that the needs of NAS
charge disability claims will be given a Jax's military members; are met when
physical exam suitable for the needs of the aabilt n
YA w m eains yo bas. Another option is to visit the walk-in
the V proeoftr sIpc Servi VA clinic in downtown Jacksonville in the
mePmbers with no ongoing or recurring Methodist Profesonal Bulding at 1833
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Representing the Navy with honor


(From left) NAS Jacksonville Honor Support Team Members
ASAN Ali Teimouri, HM3 Barbara Tell, IT2(SW) Jonathan
Greenfield and PSI(SW) Tommy Henderson practice for an
upcoming military funeral.


Photos by J01 Mike England
The NAS Jacksonville Honor Support Team stands at attention as the National Anthem is played during a retirement ceremony
Friday.


By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
They're seen at various
changes of command,
retirements, special
ceremonies and military
funerals. However, many
people don't realize how
much time and hard work it
takes the members of NAS
Jacksonville's Honor Support
Team (HST) to perform to
perfection every time they
are called for an event.
The HST works out of
NAS Jacksonville's Wea-
pons Department and re-
ports to Commander, Navy
Region Southeast for the
completion of all assigned
funerals from Jacksonville
to Orlando, and throughout
the Southeast Georgia
area. They completed 340
funerals in 2005, which was
the most of all the Honor
Support Teams in the Re-
gion. In addition to funer-


als, the HST also conducts
an average of 70 Color
Guard events for military
retirements and communi-
ty events.
The HST works days,
nights, weekends and holi-
days. Training is conducted
everyday to maintain profi-
ciency on flag folding, rifle
details and the playing of taps.
"The HST trains every
day to make sure all of our
members are on the mark,
representing the base and
the Navy with honor,"
explained HST Leading
Chief Petty Officer AOC
(AW) John Arz.
The group has performed
at many prestigious events
such as the Pepsi 400, an
annual NASCAR Winston
Cup Series event held at
the Daytona International
Raceway, numerous Jack-
sonville Jaguars games and
hockey events.
"These events are fun for


us because these are our
biggest audiences," said
NAS Jax HST Member
ASAN Ali Teimouri.
For NAS Jax HST mem-
bers, being in sync with one
other is very important dur-
ing a performance. "The
hardest part of our cere-
monies is the 21-gun salute,
because if one person is off
the mark, the result would
sound like popcorn pop-
ping," Teimouri added.
The HST doesn't just per-
form aboard NAS Jax and
within the local area; they
have traveled hours to per-
form for the people who
requested them. "We can
drive for hours to arrive at
a ceremony, the drives can
be boring, but when you see
the look on the families
'faces at a funeral and
know how much they
appreciate your perform-
ance, it makes the trip
more than worth making,"


commented NAS Jax HST
Member PS1(SW) Tommy
Henderson.
One of the most signifi-
cant events that HST per-
forms at is a military funer-
al. A military funeral is the
ultimate tribute and a sad
but honored ceremony per-
formed by the NAS Jack-
sonville Ceremonial Guard
and Honor Support Team
throughout the Southeast
Region. It is a wide area of
responsibility that de-
mands a heavy commit-
ment from the HST's
Sailors.
During such solemn cere-
monies, they carry a power-
ful message: "This flag is
presented on behalf of a
grateful nation as an
expression of appreciation
for the honorable and faith-
ful service exploits and
experiences of the genera-
tions before them rendered
by your loved one."


Spoken when presenting
the United States flag to a
family member of a de-
ceased service member,
retiree or veteran. These
words come near the con-
clusion of what most serv-
ice members consider the
most revered ceremony con-
ducted by the armed servic-
es the military funeral.
While men make up the
majority of the HST, sever-
al women are .also part of
the team.
"Many of the families
don't expect to see females
performing a 21-gun salute
or even being a part of the
HST. When we perform at
some of the funerals, many
of the deceased service
members never even served
with females," stated HM3
Barbara Tell, HST member.
"I take a lot of pride in
being part of the HST, espe-
cially knowing that we
make an impression on
family members."
Working HST/ Ceremo-
nial Guard also gives
Sailors a chance to meet
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Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. Following a rousing welcome from the packed house and presentation of the
colors and singing of the National Anthem, members of the HST joined their families as honored guests of the circus. In
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Dreams help us become inspired


By Chaplain (Lt.)
Azariah Robinson
NAS Jax Chapel


Dreams can help each
of us develop and
achieve our goals.
Dreams can even inspire a
nation. Our nation just cel-
ebrated the birthday of Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
This holiday focused on
his life, legacy and dream.
Well, King's vision of a bet-
ter America first began
with a dream.
Each of us may personal-
ly benefit from having our
own unique dream as we
travel in this human jour-
ney called, "life." Since the
dawn of human civilization
dreams have been recorded,
analyzed and interpreted.
We know that dreams give
us hope for better things to
come. That is, the hope that
brings us out of darkness,
despair, and-defeat into the
marvelous bright light of
opportunity and prosperity.


We can
trace mean-
in g fu 1
dreams as far
back as 1800
B.C.E., from
Genesis to
Revelations.
In the an-
cient Greek
culture, there
are dreams
recorded by
Homer, Plato
and Aristotle.
Dreams have
always been
a part of our Chapl
collective Azariah
curiosity and
have titillated our interest.
Dreams inspire us to see
beyond the limits of our
own finite ability to order
our lives. In fact, dreams
allow us to see things as


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they ought to
be and not as
they are.
Dreams
enable us to
peel back the
layers of our
souls and
deal will the
difficult
questions,
struggles and
issues that
prohibit us
from reach-
ing our God
given poten-
n (Lt.) tial.
obinson They are
even more
powerful when our dreams
converge with the spiritual
being. That is, when we find
ourselves at a place where
the spiritual and the tem-
poral surround us and


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


invade our being. This hap-
pens when we find our-
selves at those thin places
in life where the spiritual
and the temporal just
merge together.
Moreover, personal and
private dreams awaken and
titillate, our higher faculties
and compel us to see, hear
and think thoughts that
move us mightily to the
next level. Next, these
dreams allow us to experi-
ence a higher level of con-
sciousness which brings us
to greater clarity and
understanding of our pur-
pose in the here and now.
With that thought in
mind, perhaps George
Bernard Shaw said it best
long ago, "Some men see
things as they are and say,
'why?' I dream of things
that never were and say,
'why not.'"
Dreams provide us with
help to tackle the difficult
problems and issues that


confront and agitate us on
a daily basis. Dreams and
divine visions have enabled
some of the great leaders of
our modern era to look
beyond the hopelessness of
imminent defeat and
enable them to snatch vic-
tory from the grips of
defeat.
In Morton Kelsey's "God,
Dreams and Revelation: A
Christian Interpretation of
Dreams," there is no differ-
ence in the Hebrew lan-
guage between dreams and
visions. Dreams and visions
often come to the dreamer
like a vision in the night.
Perhaps the first dream in
the Old Testament takes
place, in Genesis 15: 1,
when God reveals to
Abraham the future inheri-
tance and performs the rit-
ual which seals the promise
between God and the
ancient community of
believers.
Dreams and visions were


Chute reports as command career counselor


By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
AS Jacksonville Ex-
ecutive Department
is pleased to an-
nounce the arrival of
NCC(SW) Lejune Chute as
its new command career
'counselor. She joins NAS
Jax with more than 20
years of military service,
mostly aboard Navy ships.
As the Career Informa-
tion and Retention Pro-
gram manager, Chute will
oversee all aspects of
career counseling for more
than 600 enlisted.person-
nel assigned to NAS Jax's
16 command departments
and 116 tenant commands.
"I hope to fosterstrong
relationships with Sailors
here by providing them
with timely and accurate
information and by serving
as their focal point of con-
tact for career matters,"
she explained. "This office
is the hub for all area
career counselors. We
advise career counselors as
well as Sailors on matters
pertaining to reenlistment,
training opportunities, Job
Advertisement Selection
System applications, in-
rate changes, lateral con-
versions and many other
programs."
A native of Augusta, Ga.,
Chute graduated from
Green Sea High School in
1980 and enlisted in the
Navy later that year. "I
joined the Navy because I
am the oldest of five chil-
dren and at the time, my
mom could not afford to
send one of my sisters and
me through college at the
same time," said Chute.
"Therefore, I decided
that the Navy was the way


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ding and requires long
hours away from your fami-
ly. Since it is not typical
shore duty, there are extra
monetary allowances such
as Special Duty Assignment
Pay of $375 a month.
RDCs also receive an
extra clothing allowance of
$225 on top of the Navy's
annual clothing allowance.
There are front-of-the-line
privileges for housing and
day care, as well as free dry
cleaning. And when an RDC
is selecting a follow-on tour,
they are offered their choice
of coast.
There are many benefits
to taking the job of an RDC,
but most RDCs will tell you
the experience itself is the
major reward.
To those of you who were
even remotely interested by
what you've read here, I
highly encourage you to talk
to your command career
counselor to see if you would
be a qualified applicant and
to seriously consider taking
on this rewarding experi-
ence, this is the Navy's quar-
terdeck. \


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet'
NCC(SW) Lejune Chute, NAS jax command career counselor,
explains various career options to AZ2(AW/SW) Kendall
Cainion of the Southeast Region Calibration Center.


for me to earn an educa-
tion and give my sister a
chance to go to college."
Following boot camp and
after completing Electri-
cian's Mate "A" school, she
reported to USS Emory
Land (AS 39) as a FN
where she independently
ran the tool issue room for
the entire ship. "Being
aboard a Navy ship was a
challenging, but wonderful
experience," she remarked.
"Back them, women had
just started reporting to
shipboard duty and every-
one was readjusting to
having us around. But, I
had a great chief who men-
tored me and showed me
the ropes."
In July 1982, Chute left
the Navy to pursue a
degree in criminal justice.
She enrolled at Horry
Georgetown Technical
College in Conway, S.C.,
where she earned an asso-
ciate degree in 1986.


Following graduation,
she returned to Navy life
and reported aboard USS
Vulcan (AR 5). Serving in
the R-3 Division, she was
responsible for all motor
rewind tasks. Also, during
this tour, she completed all
requirements and received
qualification as enlisted
surface warfare specialist.
In March 1989, she
transferred to USS Sustain
(AFDM 7), where she
became the top certified
crane electrician.
Because of her profes-
sionalism and military
bearing, Chute was select-
ed to attend EM Advanced
Maintenance Training
school en route to USS
Shenandoah (AD 44).
It was during this tour
that she volunteered to fill
an emergent need in the
master-at-arms division
and was able to put her
college degree to use. Her
enthusiasm and under-


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got her orders to the naval
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Chute then transferred
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8 JaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 26, 2006


Photo by Lt. Cmdr. Stephen Gill
Navy Reservists work with Sailors from five other nations on a community service project while
on a break from multinational training exercises. One hundred and twenty members of the
American component were Navy Reservists.


Photo byJ02 Nicholas Spinelli


Reservists an





integral part




of NAS Jax


102 Nicholas Spinelli
REDCOM Southeast Public Affairs


Look close and you may see them.
They're all around you and you
probably talk to them every day
without realizing it. Until recently, they
were obvious and easy to spot. Now, one
could be working at the desk right next
to you and you wouldn't even know it.
They're reservists and, more than ever,
they're an essential part of the day-to-
day operations of the base.
"The Navy reservist is no longer some-
one who drills once a month and a few
weeks a year," said Navy Air Reserve
(NAR) Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Cmdr. Jeffery Eaton. "These men and
women are wearing the uniform every-
day and deploying world wide, to fight
the war on terrorism."
Everyday, more and more reservists are
being mobilized in support of military
operations around the world. But con-
trary to popular opinion, not all of them
are automatically forward deployed.
"If you go to any of the commands on
base, you'll see the effect of the reserves.
They work in the hospital, at the
squadrons, at the Personnel Support
Detachment (PSD). It's safe to say we
can't perform our mission as effectively
as we are without them," said Navy
Reserve Readiness Command Southeast
(REDCOM SE) Command Master Chief
CMDCM(SW) Veronica Tutt.
The NAR here on base plays host to
approximately 2,200 reservists at any
given time, training them and sending
them out to gaining commands and aug-
ment units such as Navy Hospital
Jacksonville, PSD and various other
squadrons, units and commands around
the base.
"They are key," said YNC Michelle
Mister of NAR Jax. "Anyone can see how
vital they are to our mission."
"If you factor implementation, augmen-
tation and integration, it's obvious we
need the reservists," agreed REDCOM
SE's SK1 Kimberly Jefcoat. 'We wouldn't
be able to do our jobs without them. Here
at the REDCOM, we wouldn't have jobs
without them."
That's because REDCOM SE oversees
30 reserve centers in the region, mobiliz-
ing individuals and preparing them for
deployment. From serving in Iraq or
Afghanistan, to rescue and relief opera-
tions for Hurricanes Rita, Katrina and
Wilma, reservists are continuing to play
a vital role in the day-to-day operations
of the Navy.
"Everyday Navy reservists are on
active duty fighting and serving as
ground support, air support and Intel,"
said NAR Jax Command Master Chief
CMDCM(SW) Ceroma Love. "They are
fully integrated in the Navy's fighting
force. As the Navy continues to realign,
Navy reservists will take on greater
responsibility. It is a tremendous honor to
serve with them."
Recently, Commander, Navy Reserve


Photo by PH3 Craig Spiering
Search and rescue swimmerAW2 T.J.
O'Dell of the "Dusty Dogs" of HS-75,
offloads relief supplies from a SH-60F
Seahawk helicopter for the residents in a
rural area near the city of New Orleans in
support of Hurricane Katrina relief opera-
tions.


Photo by SK2 Greg Spiegler
BU3 David Trout assigned to Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion One Four (NMCB-
14) works with two Iraqi students from the
Iraqi Civil Defense Corp to put up a tent to
be used while waiting for permanent struc-
tures to be built. NMCB-14 is a Naval
Reserve Seabee Battalion headquartered in
Jacksonville and is comprised of nine
detachments from Florida, Georgia and
Puerto Rico.
Forces Command FORCM(SW) David
Pennington visited NAS Jax and spoke to
more than 250 reservists working at the
different commands here. His message
was one of gratitude for all their hard
work and the future of the reserve force
through active reserve inte-
Sgration (ARI),
"A lot of the current war
is being fought by
reservists. Not just forward
deployed, but on bases
everywhere," said Penning-
ton. It's getting to the point
where you can't tell who is a
reservist and who is on
active duty. And that's how
ARI is going to be a success.
People have stopped talking
about it and simply begun
to do it."
So, with all their contri-
butions to day-to-day opera-
tions, it's becoming harder
to differentiate between the
reserves and active duty
components. Some say
that's the point. It doesn't
matter how many days a
week you wear the uniform
so long as it's worn with a
sense of duty.
"I am proud to serve
alongside reservists," con-
cluded Eaton. "Each day it
becomes more apparent
how vital they are."

A U.S. Navy Reserve SH-60F
Seahawk helicopter from the
NAS Jax-based HS-75, lands
in the middle of a highway
overpass hear the New
Orleans Superdome to pick
up crew members prior to
conducting search and res-
cue operations in the New
Orleans area immediately
following Hurrcane Katrina.









Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 26, 2006


Photo b% 102 \1illham Loreladj
Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command FORCM(SW) David Pennington addresses reservists during a visit to NAS Jacksonville. "Thank you for staying the course through this incredible
time in our naval history," said Pennington.


Photo by J02 Nicholas Spinelli
YN3 Tamaraw Walden (front) and HM2 Ahron Paduavens of Navy Reserve Readiness Command
Southeast (REDCOM SE) prepare records for mobilizing reservists. The primary mission of REDCOM SE
is 100 percent readiness for all reservists within the Southeast United States.


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Preparing for take-off


Photo courtesy of VP-30
VP-30 Commanding Officer Capt. Tim Brewer (left) administers the oath of office to CWO2
Mark Anderson during his commissioning ceremony.


VP-30 chief exchanges


anchors for bars


From VP-30


AWC Mark Anderson of VP-30 was
commissioned an aviation opera-
tions chief warrant officer Dec. 30 in
the VP-30 auditorium.
Anderson enlisted in the Navy in 1985
after graduating from Grand Forks
Central High School, Grand Forks, N.D. in
1982. Most recently, Anderson served at
VP-30 as a non-acoustic warfare aircrew
,instructor for one year. His previous com-
mands include: Commander Task Force-67
Naples, Italy, Tactical Support Center
Kadena, Japan, USS Independence (CV
,62), USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63), VP-31 at
NAS, Moffett Field Calif. and VP-22 at


Barbers Point, Hawaii.
Anderson's preparation for commission-
ing includes 20 years of enlisted service
and the pursuit of higher education
through the University of Phoenix dis-
tance-learning program.
Anderson has accepted orders to U.S.
Naval Forces Central Command, U.S. Fifth
Fleet, Bahrain as the maintenance depart-
ment head. He will first complete five
weeks of preparation at the Officer
Training Command in Pensacola, Fla.
Anderson's advice to fellow Sailors aspir-
ing to achieve similar levels of success,
"stay the course and seek out the difficult
jobs/billets in the commands and also pro-
duce while you're in those billets."


NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes
By Linda Brown baby's first items such as furniture, car
sNMCRS r seats, carriers and strollers.
Retirement planning for parents is
Trhe Navy Marine Corp Relief -- also discussed.
Society, (NMCRS) at NAS Jax At the conclusion of the class each
offers Budget for Babies classes family is given "baby's first sea bag."
the first and third Wednesday of I I valued at $100. The sturdy canvas
each month. These comprehen- bag contains a Gerber layette and a
sive classes are available to all S A blanket knitted by NMCRS volun-
military personnel and their fami- teers.
ly members. Participation of both The classes are held at NMCRS in
parents is encouraged. ,- : Building 13 from 9:30 a.m.-noon on
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer ; the first Wednesday of each month
and financial planner, helps the and from 6-8 p.m. on the third
expecting parents prepare a budget for Wednesday.
.baby from birth through college. He To register or for more informa-
offers money saving tips for buying tion, call 542-3515.

FFSC offers educational and support programs


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


.Photo by PH2 Matthew Bash
An aircrew member assigned to the "Tridents" of HS-3 watches as his helicopter prepares
to take off from flight deck aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore
Roosevelt (CVN 71) Jan. 16. Roosevelt and embarked Carrier Air Wing Eight (CVW-8)
are currently on a regularly scheduled deployment conducting maritime security opera-
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increase scores in math, reading and
English.
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Workforce Education


and Development

Program offered here


Free tax preparation help for members of the military


By LIFELines Staff and the
Internal Revenue Service
he Armed Forces Tax
Council (AFTC) over-
sees the operation of
the VITA military tax pro-
grams worldwide, and
serves as the main conduit
for outreach by the IRS to
military personnel and
their families. The AFTC
consists of tax program
coordinators for the Marine
Corps, Air Force, Army,
Navy and. Coast Guard.
Marines, airmen, soldiers,
sailors, guardsmen and
their families worldwide
can get tax preparation
help. Military-based VITA
sites provide free tax
advice, tax preparation,
return filing and other tax
assistance to military mem-
bers and their families.
The volunteer assistors
are trained to address mili-
tary-specific tax issues,
such as combat zone tax
benefits and the new
Earned Income Tax Credit
guidelines (members of the
military can now choose to
include nontaxable combat
pay in their earned income
for purposes of computing
this credit).
Military commanders
support the program by
detailing members of the
military to prepare returns
and by providing space and
equipment for tax centers.
The IRS supports these
efforts by providing tax soft-
ware and training.
To receive this free assis-
tance, you should bring the
following to your military
VITA site:
Photo identification
Social Security cards for
you, your spouse and
dependents


Birth dates for you,
your spouse and depend-
ents
Current year's tax pack-
age, if you received one
Wage and earning state-
ment(s) Form W-2, W-2G,
1099-R from all employers
Interest and dividend
statements (Forms 1099)
A copy of last year's fed-
eral and state tax returns, if
available
Bank routing numbers
and account numbers for
direct deposit
Total amount paid for
day care
Day care provider's
identifying number
Other relevant informa-
tion about income and
expenses
If your filing status is
Married Filing Jointly and
you wish to file your tax
return electronically, both
you and your spouse must
be present to sign the
required forms. If it isn't
possible for both to be pres-
ent, a valid power of attor-
ney that allows tax prepa-
ration can be used to sign
and file the return.
When completing your
tax return, make sure that
you use the correct Social
Security number (SSN) for
each person listed on your
return. The most accurate
information is usually locat-
ed on your original Social
Security card.
Each year, hundreds of
thousands of tax returns
are delayed in processing,
or credits or deductions are
disallowed, because names
and SSNs listed on the
return do not match Social
Security Administration
(SSA) records. To prevent
problems with the tax
return, the volunteer assis-


tors will check the accuracy
of each SSN, as well as the
spelling of the name associ-
ated with the number.
In some cases, names and
SSNs don't match SSA
records because women who
marry, adopt their hus-
bands' surnames and file
tax returns jointly with
their spouses forget to noti-
fy the SSA of their name
change.
Or, women who took their
husbands' surnames but
later divorced and reas-
sumed their previous sur-
names forgot to notify the
SSA of their name change.
It's easy to inform the
SSA of a name change by
filing Form SS-5, Social
Security Number Appli-
cation, at a local SSA office.
It usually takes two weeks
to have the change verified.
The form is available on
the agency's Web site,
www.ssa.gov by calling toll-
free 1-800-772-1213 and at
local offices. The SSA Web
site provides the addresses
of local offices.
If you do not have a Social
Security number for your-
self or a dependent, you
should complete Form SS-5
and file it with the SSA.


If you, or your dependent,
are not eligible to get a
Social Security number, you
may need an Individual
Taxpayer Identification
Number.
Make sure you pay all
taxes owed by April 15 to
avoid paying additional
money in interest or penal-
ties. If you file a paper
return and owe taxes, you
can send a check or money
order made out to the
United States Treasury
with Form 1040-V, Payment
Voucher, along with your
tax return.
If you file your tax return
electronically and you owe
taxes, there are several pay-
ment options you can
choose from.
You can authorize an elec-
tronic funds withdrawal
(direct debit) from a check-
ing or savings account, you
can pay by credit card
(Discover, American Ex-
press, MasterCard or
VISA), or you can pay by
check or money order.
Download IRS Publica-
tion 3, Armed Forces' Tax
Guide or order it by calling
toll free 1-800-TAX-FORM
(1-800-829-3676).


From the Navy
College Office
Southern Illinois Uni-
versity at Carbondale
(SIUC) offers a
Bachelor of Science in
Workforce Education at
NAS Jacksonville and NS
Mayport. The program is
accredited by the North
Central Commission on
Accreditation and School
Improvement (one of the six
regional accrediting bod-
ies), and has been operating
in the area since 1979.
The degree program is
unique since it focuses the
learning practices of adults,
and is flexible in its deliv-
ery. The program can flex
with most work schedules,
since it's offered exclusively
on alternate weekends.
Students get an annual
schedule, so they know
when they have class for
the entire calendar year.
The program is also accel-
erated. The professional
core courses can be com-
pleted in 12 months. Half
of the professional core
courses are independent
study, so there are no class-
es to attend. Most students
finish in 18-24 months,
which is half the time it
normally takes to earn a
bachelor's degree.
There are three compo-
nents to the entire program.
The first component is the
major courses or profession-
al core courses, which is 36
semester hours. The second
component is occupational
and training credit, worth
up to 44 credit hours. The


final component is the
University Core Curriculum
(UCC) or general education
courses, consisting of 41
semester hours. Some UCC
requirements may be met
using transfer credit from
other colleges and universi-
ties, or using CLEP or
DANTES tests.
The strongest feature of the
degree program is that up to
44 credits are awarded based
upon prior work experience
and training credit. This
credit is based on the recom-
mendations of the American
Council on Education and is
documented in the same
manner as earned academic
credit. Students do not pay
for this credit.
All students must satisfy
all the general education or
UCC requirements. These
courses are not taught by
SIUC locally, but are usually
obtained through Florida
Community College at Jack-
sonville. We provide all the
academic advisement for
these courses as well. Peo-
ple with associate degrees
completed usually finish the
program in 12 months.
The tuition is $180 per
semester hour. SIUC offers
a monthly tuition payment
plan to make it easy to
meet educational goals.
SIUC accepts military and
corporate tuition assistance
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USO has


race tickets
From Staff
he USO will be selling tickets to the
Budweiser Shootout which takes
place at Daytona International
Speedway Feb 11. The tickets are in the
back superstretch Allison and Lund
Towers. Tickets are $33. The USO will
begin taking orders for these tickets imme-
diately and will continue to pre-sell until
noon on Feb. 1. Cash, check or Visa or
Mastercard are accepted.
The Budweiser Shootout is a high-octane
all-star race featuring the previous sea-
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league, girl
The Navy Ortega Lakeshore Little
League Baseball, Girls Softball
League and Challenger Division
which plays aboard NAS Jacksonville,
across from the Navy Exchange/
Commissary parking lot, is now register-
ing for the 2006 season. Registration is
being held Saturday at the NAS Jax
field and Thrifty Outdoors (across from
Target on U.S. 17) from 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
The cost is $95 per child and $65 for
additional family members. Military
families have been a part of the league
since inception and are highly encour-
aged to continue the partnership.


Is' softball
Ages Division
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7-9 Intermediate
pitching machine
9-12 Minor and Major
13-14 Junior
15-16 Senior
Girls Soft Ball
8-11 Minor League
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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
additional information, contact the
league office at 778-0311.


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MWR is looking for sponsors for

NAS Jax Recreational Safety Rodeo


From Staff


N AS Jacksonville is hosting a Safety
Rodeo for -motorcycles, ATVs, per-
sonal watercraft, and boats March
3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at NAS Jackson-
ville. .
The Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department (MWR) is currently looking
for sponsors of safety apparel and associ-
ated safety gear. Sponsors will display
merchandise that meets the requirements
of applicable military instructions.
Motorcycle safety apparel that meets


Department of Defense requirements for
use on board Department of Defense'
installations includes Department of
-Transportation approved helmets, goggles,
and face shields, sturdy footwear, full-fin-
gered gloves, riding jackets and pants and
any items which improve visibility.
Presentations or displays that promote
proper safety merchandise features and
uses are highly desired. For more infor-
mation on sponsorship, please contact
MWR Marketing Director Shannon
Leonard at 542-3577 or email
Shannon.d.Leonard@navy.mil.


AWARD: NAS Jax firefighters


cited for safety achievements


From Page 1


with the entire NAS Jax
family. This award tells us
that everyone aboard the
station, Sailors, Depart-
ment of Defense civilians
and contractors, are doing
their part and adhering to
fire regulations and keep-
ing safety at the forefront
of everything they do,"
According to Marshall, for
the past 12 years the Life
Safety Achievement Award
has recognized the local fire
prevention activities that
contributed to reducing the
number of lives lost in resi-
dential fires.
"The NAS Jacksonville
Fire Department qualified
for this award in 2004
because it recorded zero
fire deaths in structures
during that year," he said.
"Although residential
fires in the U.S. account for
only 20 percent of all fires,
they result in 80 percent of
all fire deaths. The RFSI is
committed to reducing that
number and so is NAS
Jacksonville," continued
Marshall.
"Experience tells us that
fire prevention activity and
public education can signif-
icantly reduce life and
property loss from residen-
tial fires. Prevention and
education are very cost
effective compared to the
traditional approach of
relying on fire suppres-
sion," he added.
The department has the


responsibility for fire pro-
tection and building inspec-
tions, both on and off sta-
tion, of approximately
11,301,963 square feet of
industrial, supply ware-
house, aircraft and medical
facilities. In addition, the
department is also respon-
sible for an eight-story, 400-
bed hospital, public assem-
blies, military quarters and
military family housing
units.
Along with the Naval Air
Station, the department is
also responsible for off-sta-
tion support to the Defense
Reutilization Marketing
Compound, Whitehouse
Outlying Field, the Pine
Castle Electronic Warfare
Bombing Range, the
Rodman Bombing Range
and the Lake George
Bombing Target area with
a combined total of more
than 42,000 square feet
encompassing 24,664 acres
of land.
The NAS Jacksonville
Fire Department has been
designated an "accredited
agency" by the Interna-
tional Association of Fire
Chief's Commission for Fire
Accreditation International
and has the honor and dis-
tinction of being the first
federal fire department to
achieve this recognition of
professional proficiency.
During 2004, the depart-
ment was visited by the
accreditation inspection
team and received the


renewal of accreditation for
another five years.
The Life Safety Achieve-
ment Award recognizes fire
departments for their fire
prevention efforts and
encourages them to contin-
ually improve those efforts.
In closing, Hall said,
"This award recognizes the
hard work and contribu-
tions of many people in a
wide variety of commands
here at NAS Jacksonville
and I personally thank
them."

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The year-round efforts of the Fire Prevention Division were
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NMCRS: Celebrating 102 years of


From Page 1

packed my truck and drove
to Pensacola. Many of the
evacuees from the Gulf
Coast were there so we set
up a satellite office to help
them," said Reid. "Several
days later, I headed to
Gulfport to assist there.
The damage was unbeliev-
able. I finally made it to the
base, where we started
working out of a warehouse.
There were four of us doing
about 80 cases a day, up to
$40,000 a day in aid. People
were just shell shocked. I
remember one first class
who said all I have is a slab
and both my vehicles are
under water."
"I did this for 10-12 hours
a day for eight days. The
people were so appreciative.
They had lost everything
and were so thankful we
were helping them. All the
other agencies were passing
out information and we
were writing checks on the
spot. It was a huge stress
reliever for them," explained
Reid, who grew up in the
Gulf Coast area.
"Most of the credit unions
and banks in town were
gone but the base had a
credit union right next to us.
We would write a check and
they were just handing peo-
ple cash. The mini-mart had
some canned items available
to buy. Water and ice were
free and the galley was pro-
viding free meals 24 hours a
day for about 10 days," he
added.
According to Reid, this is


TOWN I
From Page 1
Bono also talked about
some of the changes she has
implemented since taking
charge.
"When I arrived here, one
thing that came to my atten-
tion was that they closed the
branch medical clinic phar-
macy awhile back. I looked
at this issue and the input I
was getting from patients
and my staff members," con-
tinued Bono.
"I was told that by closing
this pharmacy, a two-hour
visit for patients was being
turned into an all day affair
because many of our
patients do not have trans-
portation to get to the hospi-
tal or satellite pharmacy to
get their prescriptions. We
reexamined what were
doing and were able to
reopen the pharmacy there,"
she added.
Determining the quality of
services offered at the hospi-
tal and how to make things
better is a top priority for
Bono.
"Our team here thought
that we've done a very good
job in delivering health care
services but that we needed
to do an exceptional job. We
needed to find out what our
patient's needs were and
how we better meet them,"
stressed Bono. "So we looked
at the way we do our busi-
ness to determine what our
strengths and weaknesses
and opportunities were. We
determined, that one of our
biggest strengths was the
exceptional qualifications of
our staff from our doctors,
nurses, corpsmen to our culi-
nary specialists and house-
- keepers."
"As for our weaknesses,
sometimes, we don't commu-
nicate very well," continued
Bono. "Sometimes we don't
do a very good job of talking
to one another. Sometimes
we don't do a very good job
talking to our patients and
sharing information or hear-
ing what you have to, say to
us."
But Bono hopes to change
all that. "Our vision is to be
first in service. We want to


be the very best while deliv-
ering your health care," Ahe
said. "I'm very big on
patient-centered quality
health care. That means
treating you exactly the way
I would want to be treated.
My goal is that when you
call for an appointment, you
get that appointment during
your first phone call."
Bono also acknowledged
some of the recent publicity


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Visiting Nurse Sandra Jackson does a wellness check on 1-
week-old Max Roccia as his parents, Lt. Christian Roccia of VP-30 and Alison Roccia answer
questions about his general health in their home Jan. 19.


why NMCRS exists. "People
were so happy to see us and
to me that is absolutely,'pos-
itively what we are all
about. It was a tremendous
opportunity to be of help
like that. I'm sure those peo-
ple will always remember
that after Katrina, NMCRS
was there for them," contin-
ued Reid.
Shortly thereafter,
Hurricane Wilma hit Key
West, so Reid packed up
again and headed back to
Florida. "We don't really
have an office there, just one
active duty member and he
needed help. This storm
wasn't as extensive as


Katrina, but the whole base
there was flooded under four
feet of water. We set up
there with all the other
agencies and provided the
money that was needed. I
was there a week and gave
out $50,000 in aid," said
Reid. "I will always volun-
teer to help during a natural
disaster because that's what
we're all about."
Military members and
their families are assisted
with a variety of problems
including emergency travel,
medical, funeral, education,
car repair and basic living
expenses. Last year, the
NAS Jax NMCRS had


approximately 2,100 clients
walk through their doors
looking for assistance of
some kind.
When a client walks into
the office, the first thing
they are asked to do is com-
plete a budget to see where
their money is going. A case-
worker then sits down with
them to determine what
they need and if the society
can help them. The whole
process usually takes a little
more than an hour.
The NAS Jax NMCRS
office is staffed by seven
paid employees and nearly
50 trained volunteers.
"Last year, 65 percent of


our casework was done by
volunteers. The overall soci-
ety average is usually 35
percent. We have a huge
group of qualified, dedicated
volunteers who do the bulk
of the work here," added
Faraldo, enthusiastically.
"And of course, we are
always looking for more."
Although the NMCRS
mainly handles financial
cases, they also offer budget
-counseling, a visiting nurse
program, scholarship funds
and provide junior seabags
or layettes to new parents
who complete the Budget-
ing for Baby Workshop
offered each month.
The visiting nurse pro-
-gram is available to new
parents who may need some
advice on how to take care of
their infant and elderly
patients who may need a lit-
tle extra help with their
medications or to just check
on their well-being.
"As a visiting nurse for
NMCRS, our duties are pri-
marily focused on health
and education to carry out
the program's mission which
is to conduct home visits for
Navy and Marine families.
On occasion we also visit Air
Force and Army retirees as
needed," said NMCRS
Visiting Nurse Sandra
Jackson, who has worked
here for the past 19 years.
Two visiting nurses are
currently employed at the
NAS Jax NMCRS office. "We
work closely with Naval
Hospital Jacksonville. Many
times, when a baby is born
there, the doctor will request


giving

that we do follow-up visits,
especially for new parents to
ensure everyone is healthy-,
and to help educate them,"
continued Jackson.
"We also visit elderly
clients as needed. We will,
pick up their medications,
deliver them and monitor
our client's well-being. If
they have high blood pres-
sure, we check that. If they'
are diabetic, we will coordi-
nate with the hospital dia-
betic counselor and help
educate them on how to take
care of themselves," Jackson
said. "We try to get them to'
where they can manage
their care themselves."
The nurses work five days
a week and ,see an average
of three to four clients each
day. "Some visits are fairly
short and others may take
an hour or longer. New par-
ents usually have a lot of
questions. We have a lot of
experience under our belts
and are here to help educate
people with their health
needs," stated Jackson.
"And, we bring all the equip-
ment we need with us, such
as baby scales, Bilirubin
sticks, bandages if we're
changing dressings.
Whatever is needed is pro-
vided by NMCRS and the
hospital."
So, the NMCRS has lots to
offer for those who may need
a little help. If you are in
need of assistance or would
like to donate your time as a
volunteer, please contact the
NMCRS office at 542-3515.


HIALL: NavHosp Jax CO holds town meeting
itional training. We also ask share their thoughts so we Service Web site at
the Bureau of Medicine and can make things better and. www.navalhospitaljax.com.
Surgery to review the case deliver the best care possi- and click on the customer..,
and performance. If they feel ble." service icon. To contact the
"ma -the standard of care has Beneficiaries can also con- commanding officer, call the
been met. it goes to an out- tact hospital leadership CO's careline at 542-2273.


Photo by PH3 David Didier
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono discusses the hospital's strategic goals and
future plans during a town hall meeting Jan. 18.


regarding the hospital. "I
think all of you have seen
the stories in the media
recently. I can't overstate
how much regret I have to
our patients and family
members who have suffered
or experienced a loss. I
deeply regret that," she said
sincerely.
"At every step of the way,
even when we don't have an
adverse outcome, we are
looking at how to take better
care of our patients. That is
an ongoing process. While I
will not deny bad outcomes
have occurred, I want, to
assure you that across Navy
medicine, if you look at
Navy medicine doctors com-
pared to doctors across the
nation, you will find our
malpractice claims are half
the national average. There
is no denying that we have
bad outcomes; we are in a
high-risk business. Yet every
day we strive to achieve zero
defects," she continued.
The town meeting contin-
ued as Bono opened the floor
to ask the guests about their
concerns. Several praised
the care they've received at
the hospital.
"I came here today to offer
some praise. I almost died
10 years ago with a gall
bladder problem. The doctor
stayed with me all night and
Dr. Cubano operated on me.
I had peritonitis because my
gall bladder had ruptured.
I've always had the best care
here. I'm very happy with
the service," said Gloria
Davis, who has used the
hospital for her health care
needs for numerous years.
Retired Army Sgt. Demos
Johnson also commended
the care he has received
here although he com-
plained that it sometimes
takes 30 days to schedule a
routine appointment. "I real-
ize this is a problem and I
am definitely working on it,"
replied Bono.
rv;


One complainant asked
how the Navy holds staff
members accountable for
mishaps.
"We have a very rigorous
multi-tiered process here.
Any time we have an event
regarding patient care,
whether good or bad, we
hold a quality care review.
We look very closely at what
transpired from the person-
nel, process, policies, system,
equipment, etc. If there is a
question about the perform-
ance of a provider, we hold a
peer review during which
several physicians examine
that episode of care and the
physician's performance,"
Bono stated.
"They make recommenda-
tions such as restrictions or
conditions to be placed on
the provider's practice and
determine if they need addi-


side review board for recom-
mendations. The surgeon
general can also make a rec-
ommendation to submit the
practitioner's name to the
National Practitioner Data-
bank and make a formal
report to the state licensor
because practitioners have
to be licensed through a
state," she said.
Capt. Doug Newman, a
military judge, also com-
plained about the difficulty
in scheduling appointments
and getting follow-up care.
"My wife was told to see a
pain specialist after her sur-
gery but when she tried to
get a consult, it was for
almost six months later.
That just doesn't make
sense when someone is
inpain. We ended up going
on the outside to get care. I
can afford to do that but an
E2 can't do that," said
Newman.
"We have wonderful part-
ners in the local community
and it's up to us to make
sure that if you can't get the
care you need here, that we
find it for you and make
that transition easy for you,"
replied Bono. "This is why
we're here today because I
need to know what works
and what doesn't. I hope
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For more information on fitness and ath
letics, call 542-3518/3229.
"Starting It Off Right" Aerobathon
Fitness Source
Tonight, 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
tomorrow.
$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 mayv be restrict-
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duty members. Call the Liberty Coe
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Pizza and Ping-Pong
Tonight
Free
7 p.m. at Liberty Cove
Learn to Fly
Tomorrow
Free flying lesson at the NAS Jax Flying
Club.
Departs Liberty Cove at 4 p.m.
Comedy Zone Trip
Jan. 31
Free admission and free appetizers.
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.


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet/file
Ongoing fitness classes are available daily at
the Fitness Center. A "Starting It Off Right"
Aerobathon will be held tonight at 5 p.m.
Reef & Beef
Feb.3, 6:30-9 p.m.
All you can eat gourmet seafood & beef
buffet.
$17 /person
Call 542-3041 for reservations.


Movies are shown at the base theatei- and
open to all hand. For details, call 542-
3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Dukes of Hazzard (PG-
13)
Feb. 3, 7 p.m. The Legend of Zorro (PG)
Feb. 4,5 p.m. Wallace & Gromit (G)
Feb. 4, 7 p.m. Elizabethtown-(PG13)
Feb. 10, 7 p.m. The Constant Gardener


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Super Bowl party at the Budweiser Brew
House
Feb. 5. pre-game starts at 4 p.m.
Door prizes an d.cori an- -
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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.


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Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
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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!
Today 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


Local park offers classes


The following are
upcoming classes at
Westside Regional
Park Nature Center located
across the NAS Jax Main
Gate at 7000 Roosevelt
Boulevard. All classes
require advance reserva-
tions by calling 573-2498.
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 the large pic-
ture windows at the birds
visiting our birdfeeders.
What a great way to start
your day. Beverages pro-
vided.
Wee Workshop:
Nests, Dens and Other
Hiding Places
Feb. 2, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Calling all wee nature
-explorers (children 7 years
old and younger) and their
adult companions! We're
going on a search for ani-
mal hiding places and
learning what animals do
to help them survive the
cold winter weather.
Stars and
Constellations
Feb. 6, 10-11 a.m. or
1:30-2:30 p.m.
Come and learn astrono-
my the fun and easy way.
You will learn how to make


some simple tools to identi-
fy stars and constellations
in the night sky.
Nature Weaving
Feb. 14, 1-2:30 p.m.
Duplicate some of the
earliest methods of weaving
by making your own loom
using gathered twigs.
Learn the mechanics of
weaving while using grass-
es, weeds and other natural
materials to create your
own nature weaving. The
end product will be an orig-
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display on a door or wall.
Hooray for
Homeschoolers!
Audubon Adventures:
Turtles-Armored
Reptiles
Feb. 17, 10-11:30 a.m. or
1-2:30 p.m.
Do you know the differ-
ence between a tortoise, a
terrapin, and a turtle?


Become more educated
about these armored rep-
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living and non-living speci-
mens, and learn some sim-
ple things you can do to
help all kinds of turtles.
Participants will take home
an Audubon Adventures
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designed for students func-
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Basketweaving: Egg
Basket
Feb. 23, 10 a.m.-noon
Learn to make an egg
basket using materials
found in nature. This pro-
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and older and requires
using some hand tools.
Please call 573-2498 for
tools list and to register.
Materials to- make basket
will be provided.
Intermediate
Orienteering
Feb. 28, 10-11:30 a.m. or
1-2:30 p.m.
If you enjoyed the previ-
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hunt, you will want to join
in an intermediate adven-
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compass to .navigate
through an off-trail course.
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


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's and women's racquetball tournament will be held Jan. 30
through Feb. 3 at 5 p.m. The tournament 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 paper-,
work 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, selective 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 designated representa-
tive 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. U
Sports officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is looking for indi-
viduals to officiate soccer, softball, 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. Uniforms are provid-
ed as well as transportation, entry fees, and lodging costs.
Interested runners must compete in a sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)
race and your time must be one of top 10 regional qualifying times.
If you have run in a sanctioned race and your time meets the
regional qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
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.

Intramural Basketball Standings
As of Jan. 20
Team Wins Losses
VS-22 6 0
VP-30 Staff 4 1
HS-75 3 1
NavHosp Gold 3 1
VP-5 4. 2
Blount Island 2 2
AIMD 3 3
NavHosp Blue 3 3
Security 3 3
VP-30 Students 3' 3
NCTS 1 0
VP-16 1 1


VP-45
FACSFAC
MEPS
VP-62
HS-7
Weapons
AIMD 400


Team
VP-30
TPU
VP-62
AIMD
NCTS
VP-16
CPRW-1


Greybeard Basketball Stan
As of Jan. 20
Wins Losses
3 0
3 1
3 1
2 ,2
1 3
0 2
11 0 1


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The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA
Jax #86 meets the first Wednesday of each
month. Meetings are held in Building 612 on
Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The
Thrift Shop is open 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 (Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry,
Cove Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited
to attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reserves, retired
military and active and retired DoD civilians. For
more information, call 778-0805 or email com-
modore @ 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 MOMS Club of Jacksonville Orange
Park / Westside holds their business meeting the
second Thursday of each month from 10-11 a.m.
at the Calvary United Methodist Church, 112
Blanding Boulevard across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for playgroups, field trips,
MOMS Nite Out and family outings. For informa-
tion, contact Angela Adams at 688-0077 or visit
momsclubopw@yahoo.com
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's


meeting is held the third Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.com.
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 FLI-X meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at
the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more information, call 269-
5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
The St. Augustine Spring Art and Craft
Festival will be held April 22-23 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the Special Events/Francis Field near the
St. Augustine Visitor's Center. More than 150
exhibitors will be at the event. For more informa-
tion, call (904) 824-0716.


5K run to help children's house


St. Margaret's Child-
ren's House, a not-
for-profit school, is
hosting the fifth annual
Fleming Island 5K Run
March 4 at Village Square
(across from Fleming
Island High School), in
Fleming Island Plantation.
This event includes a 5K
Run at 8 a.m., One-Mile
Fun Run at 9 a.m. arid Pre-



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K Dash at 9:20 a.m.
Registration forms are
available at the following
Fleming Island merchants
and organizations: St.
Margaret's Episcopal
Church and Children's
House, Fleming Island
Plantation Amenities
Center, BB and T Bank,
Chik-Fil-A, Orion Fitness,
Barco-Newton YMCA and


the Jacksonville Running
Guide.
Day of event registration
will be held at the Orion
Fitness Center, 2245
Plantation Center Drive in
Village Square, Fleming
Island Plantation, from 7-
7:30 a.m.
For more information,
contact Layne Ray at 284-
1808.


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NASSAU COUNTY
1. Timber Creek Plantation From the low $200s
1,604-3,418 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Oversized homesites available. Tour new homes ready
for move-in. Few homesites remain. Amenities include a
community pool, clubhouse, basketball court and family
recreation area. (904) 225-2581


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2. Cartesian Pointe From the $180s
1,336-2,478 sq. ft., 2-4 bdrms., 2-2.5 baths.
Now selling final homesites. Community offers play-
ground and baseball field. A great value in rapidly
expanding Nassau County. (904) 225-1982

I- NORTHEAST JACKSONVILLE
3. Dunn's Creek Plantation From the low $200s
1,691-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling new homesites. 13 unique floor plans.
Community pool coming soon. (904) 751-1274
3. Islands of Dunn's Creek From the mid $200s
2,237-3,817 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-2.5 baths.
Now selling new homesites in heavily wooded area.
Community is nestled on two cul-de-sac streets.
(904) 751-1274
4. Daybreak Woods From the $180s
1,336-3,162 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Last chance. Beautiful Dames Pointe location with nature
preserve and community playground. (904) 757-9737

5. Cedar Glen Now open
2,007-3,580 sq. ft., 3-4 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Reserve your homesite today. Community will feature
amenities center with pool and an elevated walkway
through nature preserve. (904) 591-7119

SOUTHEAST JACKSONVILLE
6. Villages of Summer Lakes
From the high $100s
1,348-1,597 sq. ft., 2-3 bdrms., 2.5 baths.
Now selling new townhomes with attached 1-car garages.
Community pool and playground. Tour new homes ready
for move-in. (904) 725-2125


WEST JACKSONVILLE
7. Adams Lake From the low $200s
1,336-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling new homesites. Tour new home ready for im-
mediate move-in. Visit our brand new amenities center
featuring a community pool, playground, jogging trail and
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1,336-3,162 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
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St. Johns County School District. Within walking distance of
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8. Hawk's Pointe From the low $200s
1,336-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Last chance. New homes ready for immediate move-in.
12 floor plans. Community features soccer field and
playground. (904) 317-0069


9. Samara Lakes- Briar Wood From the $130s
1,005-1,177 sq.ft., 2-3 bdrms., 1 bath.
Stone exteriors and open floor plans. Buyers must meet
the guidelines of the St. Johns County Housing Initiative
on selected homesites. (904) 940-7320
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-
class amenities center with pool, covered pavilion,
playground, basketball court and open recreation fields.
(904) 940-0146
11. Grand Cay Now open
1,698-3,224 sq. ft., 3-4 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Located in popular St. Johns County and just minutes
dder, from beaches. (904) 591-7127


12. Cypress Lakes From the mid $200s
1,691-3,599 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-2.5 baths.
Now selling. 11 floor plans to choose from. 25-min.
drive to Jacksonville via 1-95. Beautiful 27-hole golf
course. Tour new homes ready for move-in.
(904) 819-9081


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reserves the right to extend, modify ordiscontinue Sweepstakes at any time without prior notice. Fordetails 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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NOW options.Floor plans, options,elevationsandviews vary by community/homesite and are notguaranteed. Squarefootage is approximate. Photosshow upgraded landscaping/options and may notrepresentcommunities' lowest-priced homes. Future developmentof amenitiescenter at CedarGlen
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ATL BCH 32 wderoommate, $70 week
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Avondale on Little Fish- 904-307-8023/ Benny Rooms
ware Crk. 3908 Dupont 808-258-3424 5 to Rent
Cir. 3/1, WD hkup cov- -ffLemurnernewly
1300 Marsh LandiAg Pkwy #107,S e re d park ing, grt Off LemTurner newly
n d 5 .0 remod. 2/1 ch&a garage ALL UTILITIES
10Ms f#Wodep/ 1st &iast months 9137 Madison Ave. included washer
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11.1 4 C 2000sf, 4/3, w/a p Il avail now,from $400/mo call 386-0207
Loan Consultant 904-543-7004 Ce APARTMENTS $1900 +dep. 904-866-1431 OP/OAKLEAF PLANT. LUXURY ROOMS N
- 042 0- 2 5 elCLAY CO. New brick 4/2 3/2.5, 1car, TH's w/many w/Microwave & Refrig! ,
Hurry Hurry Hurry 9 2 0car gar, w/d hookup, utgrds/amen. Neg. rent Low DaIly/Wk yRates!
$1225mo. 742-7486 OP/OAKLEAF PLANT. 4/2, KINGS INN (904) 72-3343.
1 1,02t s available on FMs Ca Now! EAGLE HAMMOCK N. Fam,.Din, 2cgar,2300sf, NORTHSIDE -$90/WK,,
1Lake view, 2 story3Sell $265K, Lease $1350m access to kit/ba, fully.
10,15,025an3Yer mnewhomeMargie 904-759-9262 furn. small do bus-
No n8M"0mum down payment required +ep 904-S431 OP -3/2 w/stu, all brk, line 3-
8 new cond, GrWN'hood, N'Slde New House -
EASTARLINGTON-4/2 fncd yard, no pets, 15 min to Downtownil
L__t$ 0gar Scrnd Patio 12 x 33, 4 Month + Dep. Quiet.
2car ar, 1496sf, $1200m No Smoking or Drugs Cal
Gift funds may be used to cover closing costs$ oO anne3r/5a M
Fernandina, Flora Park r-ease purchase Mac. 904-7142137


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ADVERTISING o 3/2/2 1192sf $950 10603 Scottsdale
RULES 1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above 3 1F PLANTATION 3/2/2 1670 $1025
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435 Rooms
435 to Rent

ORANGE PARK
- I Room for Rent
$400/mo, al utili-
ties included, also
washer and dryer, no
smoke, call 386-0207
S. ROOM FOR RENT
S$395 1/ 2 util, one
block to cam'
exchange, open
Jan. 1st, 215-593- 9448
4 ST. MARY'S GA.
T beautiful house.
< Nice back yard,
exquisite land-
scaping. Beautiful
community Great
Opportunity! 3 minm.
from 1-95, 30 min to
Jax. 3 min from Kings
Bay. $425.mo. + 1/2
utils. + deposit. NO
PETS ALLOWED Call
912-441-4020 for more
details.
WESTSIDE- Normandy
Village area. very Ig .
nriv ent, fully furn,
$130wk. 635-7256





Commercial
Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
505 Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale
515Reta.i. Ornicie Spa-.:-
:,-r Pent
Commercial/
500 lndu't.ial
For Sale


I m iSperVan Ness.

Ja ;.: ,:,n lle FL
Tr..c r r. : rnler :
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t 407) 662-0101
ext. 103
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Commercial/
50S Industrial
For Rent
SUNBEAM RD Ofc/ Whse
800osqft, $650 NO dep.
1455 Sunbeam Rd.
737-3962 or 403-9668

507 Businesses
S For Sale

SMALL BUS in Avenues
Mail. Exc oppty. Will
sell for merch. price
$10,000 OBO. 272-5478

51 Office Space
A For Sale

BAYMEADOWS OFFICE
CONDO FOR SALE
1200SF Exc Location
$175,006 Call 564-2252

5 Office Space
USe For Rent

103rd St. Address CCG1
nr Blanding Irg lighted
sign, 5 rms, 1000sf, only
$805mo. 904-465-3301
AAArlington Expressway


515 Office Space
For Rent

W'SIDE Office.
Ideal for small church.
Call Andy 477-2288
Retail
525 For Rent

ATLANTIC BLVD/ICW
1150 sf, $1000 mo
904- 220-9081






Financial
550 Business
Opportunities
555 Dstsributorships/
Franchises
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
or Borrow
570 Mortgages Bought
and Sold

550 OBusiness
50 Opportunities

PAINTING EQUIPMENT
Van, sprayers, paint, &
ladders, 904-200-5039
pizza Restaurant exc.
loc. grt income, est'd &
advertised 904-828 4002
SITE WORK CO. -20yrs In
business, good rela-
tions with GC and
public.Gross $1M.yr.
price $600k. 386-46-6776

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Amencra's P-reierl
Automotive Sern ice
Franchise is expand-
inqi Nev location
Oceig developed on
Race Track Rd. In
lulington Creek area
For more info., call
1 800-226 8339 or
visit us on-line at:
wvuV..tuftv.com
Min. cash rea $100O000

565 l Monei o Lend
0 or Borrow

MORTGAGES & LOANS
Fast approval Funding.
Low Rates and Closing
cost. No fees.
Bankruptcies accepted.
Low interest rates.
Call Today
1-866 36-15036 24hours.
570t Mortgages
570Bought and Sold

BEST PRICES PAID
FOR MORTGAGE NOTES
Call 880-3876






Education and
Training
600 Private Instruction
605 Schools
610 Specialty Training/
Events


605 Schools
Medical Career
Want to help people?
Train in less time
than you think
Career Service Available
Financial Aid available
for those who qualify.
Training includes an
externshipi
For a Brochure call nowl
800-719-7249
Sanford Brown Institute
10255 Fortune Pkwy, ste 501
Jacksonville, FL 32256


605 Schools 707 Driver

REAL ESTATE -K Company
1 Week Day Class Feb 6 m DrIVers
8 Week Eve Class March 15 $1000 Sign on
Superior instruction Bonus*
W" l el m" Owner Operators
Florida Real Estate Institute $2000 Sign on Bonus*
n*Pald First 2 Weeks
u uWANTEDI Drivers w/ 2
02 Customer or moreyrs exp. &
70 Service Class A CDL- Hazmat
702 v Home most wknds
Co. starting pay
BUYERfor food dist. co. $.31-.34/mile .
in Jax Bch off JTB 25hrs 0/OP pay $.90/mile
week, Mon Thurs. Off + fuel supplement
Jun. Jul. Nov. Dec. A $.01 Safety Bonus
$9/hr. Must have strong Medical Dental 401k
CPU & phone skills. $25 Wkly Serv. Bonus
emailresume to : Paid Vac & holidays
ctcfoods@hotmail.com Optional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd

atu OptionaPer Diem Pay
a BBA Avatiolero Program@ $52.00 /day
vices Group company) Ofl tXX_ Call
world's largest FBO and NEEP-- Greo
aviation support net- ." Greg @
work has an immedi- 800-723-3424 for info
ate open ing for a Cus-
tomer Service
Representative. Must
have valid drivers
license, HS Diploma/ Driver
GED and flexible "river w a
availability. Candi- Driverswntec
dates must pass drug Make $500 tO
screen, 10 year back- $800 per w t
ground check.$9./hr to s per weeK.
start. Apply in person Late model
before 1/27: -
Signature Flight Support vehicles.
Jacksonville
International Airport Beaches, St Aug and
14700 Yonge Drive Jx
An Equal Opportunity
EmployerL A41 -" -, a ,sf


l Aceounting/
706 Bookkeeping

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE -
C3naidate must have
min. 2 years e perl
enci- and proven skill in
A P. Great Plains
experience a plus.
Competitive Salar-' and
exc ellent benefits
Please nubmirn esume
to ktaylora-'trinityma-
ter'31s coamn or ax to
904-.4 2-0725.

STAFF ACCOUNTANT-
Must have a full under-
standing and experi-
ence in the full
accounting cycle.
Duties to include
monthly reconcilia-
tions (AP.AR, Bank
Accounts) revenue and
depreciation posting.
Great Plains experi-
ence a plus. Competi-
tive Salary and excel-
lent benefits.
Please submit resumes
to ktaylor@trinityma-
terlals.com or fax to
904-482-0725.


707 Driver

CAR DRIVERS NEEDED
for busy driver service
in Florida 346-3955


CIRCLE ME-.
BE WORKING IN 48
HRS
8 Class A F/T
drivers needed!
Call GPC driving
443-7377 for instant
interview.


DRIVERS
FULL TIME & PART TIME
CHARTER BUS,
CDL B
PLEASE CALL 381-9496
MF 10to pm
Local & Over The Road
For more info go to
IJaxobs.com


FOR IN-DEMAND DRF'J

COMPANY-SPONSORED
TUITION REIMBURSEMENTS

JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE
IROADMASTER D



(904) 783-3333
(800) 83i-1300 -WW.ROADMASTER.COM


SPA TAN
S-STAFFING

We have immediate openings throughout the area
for qualified candidates!
We are now hiring for all positions, including but not limited to:
*CDL Drviers A, B, D Certified Forklift Drivers Welders
Mechanics Order Pullers Warehouse Clerical
We require:
*Work History for past 2 yrs w/phone numbers Copies of certifications or special training
2 forms of ID to prove legal to work
For an appointment, please call: (904) 370-9675


Cal l49 asK *l
Tim Collins
Drug Free Workplace

DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
Needed with exp. 40+
Must have 2 year min
Class B or better CDL.
Must be over 23. Please
call 642-4425 X 15 Jax;
St. Aug 808.7172 X 15.

DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
CDL Class B,
Good driving record.
Apply at Cooks 4590
CR 218 W.Middleburg,
No phone call please.

NEW SOUD WASTE CO.
looking for exp F/L & R/O
Drivers. CDL Required.
Good Benefits.
904-731-7288


PT DRIVER
Upscale retirement
community seeking
PT Driver with CDL
w/passenger
endorsement.
Please apply within at
9960 Atrium Way or
fax resume to
(904)721-3972

TRUCK DRIVERS
Earning potential
$800.1000/wk Co. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
Renee at 866.-374- 0764

710 Industrial/
710 Trades


ABBA Construction, Inc.
is seeking an admin.
asst. Commercial
const. exp. preferred.
Must be detail oriented,
have exceptional
organizational & com-
puter skills. Fax
resumes to (904)
886-7036; email
HR@abbaconstruction.com.

AUTO BODY TECH &
PAINT TECH for new
facility. Exp. nec.
Beaches Must have
own tools. 247.1369


CABINET SERVICE TECH
Timoeriake Cabiner. Co.
a leading cabinet mIg IV
seeking an exp service
tech wi knowledge or
cabinet repair. insrtal
3tlation and woodwork-
Ing esp Excellent pay &
benefits 1 500 22. 3086
Ex.t 1S9

CARPENTERS: FRAMERS
& HELPERS Custom
homes. Beaches area.
T lnspro r .E a B n
Transportation
required 906 cic, 06



TO locations. Kings Ba-
Submarine Base. GA &
Federal Law Enforce-
ment Traring Center
(FLETC). GlynnEo. GA
$12 00 $2.82.'hr for
carpenters and $6.43 -
S10.00/ hr for laborers,
depending on location.
Call 912-882-8603 for
Kings Bay and
912.26S. 6915 for FLETC.
Security background
check required for both
locations. Must be a
U.S. citizen for Kings
Bay. L. C. Gaskins Con-
struction Co.
EOE/MF/DFWP

COMMERCIAL
ELECTRICIANS and
SERVICE ELECTRICIANS
$20.00 per hour
THOMPSON ELECTRIC
353-1500


710 Industrial/
i AU Trades


HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS.
12 year Company with: li
Sign on bonus
Paid health benefits
Paid holiday, vacation
Paid IRA w/3% match
40 hrs+ wk
Year round work
Company t-shirts
Competitive pay v
Also Need:
subcontractors with
proper Insurance
Call 904-237-2366
arpenters
UPRIGHT
CONSTRUCTION INC
HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS
TOP PAY &
SIGN ON BONUS
Health benefits
Paid Holidays
Paid vacations I
Gas allowance
S40 plus hrs/week
SCompany T-shirts
Quarterly Bonus
program
Cal 813-2524 Daytime
Call 509-7515 Daytime
Evenings 904-261-5694
Construction General
construction workers.
Please contact Jerry
904-545-7134. Com-
petitive Salary and
excellent benefits
CONSTRUCTION
SUPERINTENDENT
National construction
company seeks indi-
vidual with a proven
track record to super-
vise a large, multi-
million dollar, student
housIng project In
Statesboro, Georgia.
Individual must be able
to manage projects
from civi infrastruc-
ture through accep-
tance walk through.
FIve years field expe-
rience in apartment
and multi-family con-
struction Is required.
Computer literate in
Microsoft Excel, Word,
and scheduling soft-
ware is required.
Please fax resumes to
814-861-8200 or E-mail
psmlth@cbeech.com.
COURIER & LIGHT
MAINTENANCE PERSON
Orange Park Bank needs
a Courier for non-cash
deliveries, light main-
tenance Ajanitorial
services. Must have
clean driver's record,
be insurable and pass
security clearance.
Drug free work place.
Fax Resume to
904-272-0090 or call
904-272-2265. EOE.
Custodian/Handyman
Full-time apply in per-
son 5320 Springfield
Blvd. Gator City Taxi,
see irene. 493-5200.
Benefits/Competitive
wages. -
Drug free workplace
DOZER, TRACKHOE,
GRADER,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd. JAX. EOE
DRYWALL FOREMAN
With commercial, office,
interior exp. We are
looking for a long-term
employee. Excnfts.
Please call Tenant
Contractors 268-1008 or
fax resume 268-8995
DRYWALL FRAMERS
Subcontractors only.
Must have workers
comp & local lic. Large
2 yr project in Jax. Call
402-537-2305

For Residential Plumb-
ing for new home
builder in the Jackson-
ville area. Need
knowledge of sewer
and afterr installation.
Create pay and benefits.
Must have oun truck &
ra-l. ^ la n deivihog.l r.
4 Wwould-be.helptfuUDi.b.,
EXP'D EXISTING HOME
INSTALL CREW NEEDED
Top Pas and benerics
health., denial. life.
Must be drug free &
have clean driving
records A C Design of
Flords .,s an E.O. and
DF,'W'P. Call Keith
&0-0&6o0 ior more info.
FIBERGLASS WORKERS
Appl at Southern
Fiberglass. 41 Spring St.
Pd ins. vac & s.ck days.
Phone 3c7 2246
FIELD SERVICE TECHNI-
CIANS -Noiv. accepting
appllcatic-rni t or Field
Series Tecr.n.cians for
nes equipment
maintenance and
lubrni-aton Must have
an accepltalk driving
record. Appli, ,n person
at 1'01 Blanaing Blvd.,
Midoleouro We are a
Drug Free Workplace
ana an Equal Opportu-
nity Employer.

MACHINERY
MAINTENANCE
Afternoons & evenings,
Mechanical knowledge
helpful. Full benefits.
Apply 11am-2pm at
Commercial Metals
2038 N Lane Ave.
See J.T.; EOE M/F

PAINTERS
with experience Own
tools & transportation,
Call 334-3451
PAINTER- WANTED
Home repair skills a
must Call 838.3827 or
Ofc. 264-7086


PIPE LAYERS &
LABORERS
Experienced
Full time
Call 904-879.2898
PRESS PERSON- small
offset with T-Head exp.
reqd. For Jax printing
company. Heidelberg
Dl 46-4 experience a
plus. FT days, benefits,
739-0504

ROOFERS
Good pay, Own trans-
portation. Call 288-0431
SHEET METAL HELPER
FIELD WORK,
must have transpt.
full benefits
Call 388-2388 DFWP

7 Marine
7 _11 Trade

HORNBECK OFFSHORE
OPERATORS LLC
Hornbeck Offshore, a
leader in the Marine
Industry and an
"employer of choice". is
recruiting qualified
candidates for posi-
tions in our offshore
service vessel and
ocean going Tug and
Barge fleet opera ions.
PosiIons available are:
Hornbeck Offshore Is
currently seeking STCW
95 Compliant:n
*USCG Licensed 1600GT,
3000 ITC or greater
Masters & Mates
*USCG Licensed Engi-
neers greater than
4,000 HP
*Able Bodied Seaman
*9MED/Oilers
ordinaryy Seaman
We offer an opportunity
to work on board state
of the art vessels, earn
top pay based on your
knowledge. certifica-
tions and ability and
enjoy some of the best
benefits available in
the industry. Forward
ynur resume via fax
t','- ? -'e or emali

To learn more about our
organization please see
our website at *
wwwhornbeckoffshore.com I
EOE F/M VNEHV

712 Mechanic
AUTO TECH& HELPER-
SGreat Pay. Tools
Required. Start Immed.
Call John: 904-759-5709
leave message

Exp with tools, F +
overtime. Mult p e
locations. Call Jay
904 6S1.0915
FORKLIFT MECH.
Exp Forklift Tech.
needed .Tools and
clean driving record
required. Excellent pay C
&benefits. Call Miket
904- 693- 9200

TIRE TECH
Tractor/Trailer tires.
Top pay, benefits.
W 04- 652 8479


MHCJ have the
following openings:
Case Manager -
Mental Health -
Entry level
BA/BS required.
Emergency Services
Evaluator
PT Wknd Nights
BA/BS +1 yr exp in
diagnosis.
Apply in person
9a.mn, 4 pn.m., M- F only)
or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 493.5910.
EOE/ A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE


20 Medical
ALL CENTER REP- FT
or busy roedical call
tr,. Cal Icenter exp. in
eullcnil field r'od,
i ii. i ... ,.....
t I .. '
II ,


720 Medical
CARDIOVASCULAR
TECH
for EP Office.
Fax resume
to 904-493-4678
ECHO TECH
FT Carotid a plus.
in Riverside area.
Fax resume with ref's
to 904.388-1827


713 Legals
EGAL SECRETARY with
3-.5years Florida liabil-
ity Exp. for Jackson-
vi lie insurance defense
firm. Exc. salary &
benefits, Fax resume
954 967- 8577 e-mail to:
ryder@conroysimiberg.com

715 Management/
Professional

!CIRCLE ME!
Wild & Crazy Ofc. needs
12 people mimed. Will
train. No exp. nec. Up
to $390/wk in training.
Call Cindy 419-5679
BUSINESS
DEV. SPECIALIST
Responsible to build and
develop rehab /out-
patient& contracts
Quaiflcatonst
bachelor's degree
preferred. Sales exp,
particularly in health-
care services products
is preferred.
Fax/email 904-215-8415
email cbennett
hcr-manorcare.com


AMMERI-FORCE

Employment
Specialist
(Recruiter) for
Marine and
Industrial
SStaffing
Company
Ameri-Force, Inc. has
immediate openings
for Employment Spe-
cialist in its Jackson-
ville, FL corporate
office. We are seek-
ing highly energetic
professionals with at
least 3 years of expe-
rience recruiting
preferably in a call
center environment
or staffing agency.
You must be a team
player and have
experience with full
life-cycle recruiting
and sales. Knowl-
edge of the Marine
and Industrial skill
trades is preferred
but not required.
Must have proficient
computer and phone
skills. If you meet
these qualifications
and are motivated by
financial rewards and
will do what it takes
to get the job done,
please e-mail your
re s u m e to
hr@ameriforce.om.
No phone calls
please.
Base Salary, bonus,
and incentives, Full
benefit package, 401k
EOE /Drug Free

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

Part Time
or
FullTime
You
Choose!!

Immediately
seeking



For Duval
County Public
Schools. No
classroom
experience
required.
Training pro-
vided. School is
in full swing and
we need caring
people who
desire to work
with children!
Choose the days
of the week you
work and how
often. Perfect
for people in job
transition,
military and law
enforcement
personnel,
retirees and
anyone inter-
ested in a
career in edu-
cation. 60 credit
hours of college
required.

Apply in person
M-F
between
9am-3pm at:
4168 Southpoint
Parkway,
Suite 201

Kelly
Educational
Staffing
245-7555

PROPERTY MANAGER
at'l Mgmt. Co. seeks
Self Motlv. Mgr. for 400
unit Arlington apt.
comm. Exc. benefits &
salary. Fax 904-212-0346

Quality Maintenance Inc.
is a licensed janltorial
service company pro-
viding high quality cus-
todial and facilities
maintenance. We are
currently seeking quali-
fied persons for multiple
positions to join our team
at the Federal Law
Enforcement Training
Center. All positions
require a High Security
Background and experi-
ence In related fields for
no less than 3 years. OMI
Is an EOE.
Project Manager and
Assistant PM: respon-
sible for overseeing day
to day operations of
contract, budgeting and
P&L, and overseeing all
managerial staff. Must
have experience in a
hotel/dormitory setting.
Bachelor's or associ-
ates degree in a busi-
ness related field.
Please call
1.866.568-2435 or
fax resume to
5O5- 287- 2917
email your resume to
qls@47cities.net

RBHS, MHRC and


SERVERS with Exp.
for Aqua Grill, 18 year o
established Ponte Vedr
restaurant, across fro
Marriott, Great $285-3017

737 Real Estate
INVESTOR ASST -Work
outside the office.
Great pay, education.
Car cellph & email req
Cal 642-5635

740 Retail
SALES ASSOC. FT Long
term. OP Children'
Resale clothing store
32-36 hrs/wk. Every
other wknd Pa
depends on exp
Please fill out appli
cation at 1295 & BlaEnd
ing Blvd. EOE 573-0300

745 Sales
ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE
for national youth orga
nization. BS/BA req'd
Background in mar
keting, sales or account
exec preferred. Posi
tion responsible for
recruitment of adult,
youth to programs
fundraising, and mar
keting programs to
volunteers. Salary
$33,300 plus expenses
E- mail cover letter and
r e s u m e t c
jmetzger@bsamaiil.org
or fax to 904. 387.4148.
ROUTE SALES
& DELIVERY
Must have van. Exp'd
producers only. $600 +
wkly. 389-2511

750 Technical/
S Engineering

DRAFTING TECH
Bellingham Marine,
eader in the Marina
Construction Industry
seeks a bright and
ambitious Drafting
Tech for its Jackson-
ville office. Requires AA
degree or equivalent
from a 2 year college or
tech school and 612
months related exp..
Must be fluent in
AutoCADD Equipment
and-Software 2004 &
higher. Experience with
Network environment
and MS Word, Excel &
Outlook prefd.


902Applances Wedding Rings- 2pc cell 864-1515
905 Articles for Sale diamond set, value Moving Sale,
910 Arts & Crafts '00,sacrnfce,$650 sn Dining Rm Set.
915Building Suplies obocal 74760 table (w/exten-
uisn/fsion), 6 chairs plus
922 Collectables and 928 Electronics china solidwo off
Jewelry 291-2388/cell 864 1515

92Craft/Thrift Stores System. Surround Sleeping Sofae,
928 Electronics Sound Music Center, 5 \ ? chair, coffee table,
930 Farm/Planting Cube Speakers, 2 end tables,
935 Fruits/Vegetables Acoustics Module, System glass, both reddish
940AC/Heat/Fel Complete. $600 Mike brown, asking $450
945 Garage sales 9064545-4571 904-291-2388/864-n1515
950 Garden/Lawn T, PS2 w/ 10 games, 3 Movin Sale,
955 Household/Furniture controllers, 15 ft Wash oak Queen
960 Machinery and Tools L extension, multitap lJy bed set dresser,
96Macinryal memory card, all for mirror, chest, night
65Medical $275, John 6129998 stand, excellent con-
970 Musical Merchandise/ ditlon, $475 abcon-
Services TV 19" Panasonki 291-2388/cell864-1515
"975 Photography L Tube type, front &
S Is rear, audio/video. A Moving Sale,
980 Sprting goods Timer, excellent Water bed frame
990 Wanted to Buy condition. Great plc- and head boards,
or Trade ture $45. 268-2482 solid wash oak
I^^ ~wood, asking, $80,
291-2388
945 Garage cell 864-1515
900 Antiques Sales OAK TABLE w/4
cakdrs 48" diam w/
6 Anti ue Oak Argyle. Tons of Stuff. 24ext.perfcond.
Antique Oak Furn clothes, elec- $375, 2646364
...h I, Need in tronics, etc. 488 Heron
,... ..Need Nest Point. 1/28& 1/29 Old HItchcock
1 03 6 340 .ov1 chairs, plank seats,
103 AR. Moving Sale, 2134 \ stencil on back,
i| i'yunts & Harfey St Give away setof4,$375 firm,
Weekends bar.ains Sat -8-12 26 5883 after 6pm


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LPN or GPN
Bradford County
Sheriffs Office
The successful candi-
date with possess strong
critical thinking skills and
a proven ability to think
Independently. Daily
interaction with inmates
s required. Benefits
include Florida Retire-
ment System, paid health
insurance, generous
leave and holiday time.
Salary commensurate
with experience. 12 hour
shift. Every other week-
end Is a 3 day weekend
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Faamii, PracnieC Park'
Topnicng X-ra & corr,
puter ex req'id. Fe:
hours wph great ben
efits. Fax resume to
904-722-4274
SURGICAL TECH
FT opening for exp'dl S
Experience require
ASC eBaxperience pref
Fax resume 904-247-81
or call 904- 694 4014

723 Dental
HYGIENIST
Modern Ofc. con putf
Call 448-9669 or
Fax 448-9560
Office/


CLERK- ImmediaE
opening PT week
position available



busy front desk. Pri
vide Recept. & cleric
support with PC skil
AlY In Operson: NG
79Phiips Hwy, Su
202 448-1600 EOE DFWi
MEDICAL OFFICE
Professional person
coordinate front off
in St. Augustine. Exp
plus good organi:
ti onal I skills
dependability req'd.
Fax resume
to Pamr 904-276-9691
RECEPTIONIST
Exp. with Word/Exc
multi -line phone
must. EEO/DFWP FI
Resume: (904)317-211
Professional
730 Personal
Ser i .ve

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at Orange Park
SERVERS
PT & FT positions.
We offer: flexible
scheduling, dayl1
benefits avail. & pai
training provided.
Weekly pay + tips.
Please apply in person
6050 Youngerman Cir
at 1.295 & Bleanding Blv
DANCERS *
Bartender, Waitstaff
and Security
Day/Night shifts aval
Biggest showbars in Ja
GOLD CLUB 645.5500
CROSSROADS SHOWBJ
247.4322
GATORS DOCKSIDI
now staffing cooks,
servers, hostesses.
Apply within 103rd Stre
& Baymeadows
Hiring Dancers amnd
Bartenders
Newest showbar in Jax
396-6739
PAPA JOHNS- Now hi
ing drivers. Earn up t
$12/hr. Call your Iocae
Papa Johns.
RED LOBSTER
at Regency now hiini
HOST/HOSTESS, KITCH",
HELP & SERVERS
Flex hrs, day or night
FT/PT. Great pay&
bnfts. Apply M-Th,
2pm-4pm
416 Commerce Center C
SELLING FLOWERS
at night. $10-$17/hr
flat rate pay, Wed-Sal
Call 249-2063


750 Technica 900 Antiques 945 Garage
750 Engineering ________-- S_.___ales
__ ___ ._ ~ Antiq. Repro Parlor AVONDALE MOVING SALE
set three pIce, Commander Apts 6th fir

Established Civil. Eng- carlton McClen- #66 Johns Ave. Sat
neerinq firm in St. don, $2200. New$1000 1/288,9-3. DR &w ng
Augustine seeking obo, 622-8391 chrs,PArmishabraide
Engineer. Min. 2-4 r.rugs. furn, carpets.
years exp Please fax collectables, retro. etc.
re en 902 Appliances BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
904-826-4043. BI ,KC.. ... .. .
BUICK CENTURY This Sat & Sun Have
-- ,^ eou /'03 13Kmiles price Your Garage Sale at
752 Warehouse $12K. 387-3015 The Market Placel
752 --- Vendor Spaces Starting
COMMERCIAL LAUNDRY @ $7/Day
$8- $10/HR EQUIPMENT& SUPPLIES 7059 Ramona, 7 FLEA
PICKER PACKER Washers/dryers, etc 726-0998 e D
Inventory exp a plus. Computer Desk 6
Must be dependable .. DISHWASHER Ipiece oak corner
Bnfits. Ask for Jessica. Magic Chef Model 4;Jdesk 82" from
904 584 .0108 M-F LD|DU75C Runs Great corner In both
9:30-6or 7:30-4pm $50. Call Alda directions. $1500. new
WAREHOUSE Shi ping/ 620-9387 Sale for $300. 772-1260
Receiving/ Inv. Prod. GE-500 Dish- Q HUGE MOVING SALE!
Ass em b iy. M- F, washerWhite with Everything must gol
Regency area. Fax Lblack trim $50. L Fri, SatJama13/14, 4,
resume 721-6761 $8/hr 269-1478 232 l Gam Ct.
CGE Spectra Ran e, Orange Park
753 Security "Smooth Top SeIf Multi family garage
7 3 Scurity cleaning, automatic sale/Tupperware,
oven like new condi- 'Lj OPEN NOUSE,
tioSECURITY call 282-893 Saturday ,
after 4pm Sam. 2pm 2512 WndIng
SECURITY Springs Ct. In Bentwater off
SECFUIT o Kenmore Dryer Hodges
OFFICER Excellent condi-
S| tion $60 to cover Ortega Multi Family Sale
Tr .Lrkin inemergenCy cost of new ele- Lg sizes, 8-3. Thur 1/26,
servir-es, area at men- ment just replaced Fr 1/27. 5136EulaceRd
tlhealh.inpatient 729-7474 SAN MARCO -BIG
senir FT A, benE0fis. KENMOREWASHER GARAGE SALE 4093
5p ,a, dason. 7 a' and dryer match- London Rd. Sat 1/28
ofc. Eper'ence in I- ing set, excellent 9-12, great furn,
SeCuritn, andne3itn- condition.s150 SAN MARCO -Huge
care preferred. 786-1767 can deliver Moving Sale. 4407
Apply in person MAYTAG WASHER/ Gadsden Ct. Sat 8-12
(9 am. 4 m. U F only) DRY MEstate sale, 'side Multi-Family Sale
R oHumail Resoures. $exetM 264- 2 .73 144 Tarrasa Dr. off of
RBHnS. Human Resoces. $95242973 Atlantic & San Pablo Rd
d 900umt0ers1t( Blvd.' N MICROWAVE OVEN Antiques, old records,
Suite 700 (7 Floor). I harp Carousel II furn, home decor, much
JacksoueLm9t-S 32L1 t Works Great $25. more. Sat. 1/28,7a-2p
52 Fax resumeto, 4 'all Aida 620-9387
S EO A Drug Free Workplace CallS'side off University
WASHER DRYER 24" Blvd.W&St. Augustine
Stacked Whirlpool. in Rd. 5519 Nettle Rd.
SECURITY .Multi Family furn. kids
SECURITY box, $675. call 9-7749 G S
PROFESSIONALS 4 Whirlpool late stuff, antitclue glass-
r OE INLmodel washer/ ware, ceramic plant
Full and Part Time .IL'dryer matching set stands wheelchair
IMMEDIATE Openings exel. cond. $225. scooter & much more.
iM.Di, n. ,.ia.r.r, i can deliver904-786-1767 Tire Full Size 15"
i'i," ', an ''i"'"- ., IWhirpool lScbft, Michelin (Like new)
Di.'. ref/freezer, model, |mounted on rim to
ii, i, .. ~. ,-.s \J\ ETIBNKw/ice fit Buick LeSabre
n i "" r, ,'r'". d "7. -It maker, $100 asking $35.00 Call
S opensfor SecurityOffic- 6939978 9 04-78- 5 2 24
n- ers in the Fernandina 904-708-5530
Beach area g0a Articles S, Tires full size good
Weekly Pay/Medlcal/ J II For Sale -Ifor spares 205 65
Dental/401(K) Avail. Free u ,0ugr1 m un fits Fordo
ST. Life Insurance 100 ga.round fuel Taurus, Mercury Sable,
'' H/S Diploma/GED, valid tank,26in.wide x46 V o I v o $ 15 e a.
101 driver's licensefand I... ln.long small 9 04-2 78-5224
security license are (1/41/2 In) holeeas- 904-708-5S30
required. Must be able to ily repaired, no dents,
pass drug screening and tLing cap, call T79.003 WESTSIDE Fri & Sat 9 -?
back rounds check. 7810 Renoir Dr. Toys,
Customer r ServiceO: Aquariums gallon bed frame, clothes, etc.
ented, good work histo-ry Hood w/lght.heater. _____
er n o o or u filter lus Xtra
and willing to work /fers.usedronS 5o Garden/
er various hours a must. "$25. 268-2482 Lawn
ea Please Apply
M9PF4 53pm o rT Seaclone Protein MURRAY 20 Inch
(904) 261-5551 or |Skimmer up to 125 /-- lawn mower, excel-
1 77-.449-7631 ^t^ga lon complete J lent condition, $60
(24hourLine) setup. Minus Sump Call874-6090
40EW u- 7 244 $ 5 0 Murray Yard Man
11 912-729-244 Lawnmower, 42"
ite I .2. Assorted Electron- bladecut7spd. Paid
nd M.is ellaeous T ics, photo/laser over $1000, will sell
at 755 miscellaneous printers, binding $800firm ortrade, lyr
al. _I-- "__ machine Brun- warr.904-200-5237
761 swick pool table, darts. III
on- AFFILIATED VETERI- 35mm Camera/Lenses, Household
NARY Receptionist Illness need money. .Unit
needed Orange Park, Please call 90291-4102 Furnitlre
or Fax resume to 264-028 P s l
O- or call 278-0287 ext 24 Bassett Dining ARMOREBRANDEW
call TRoom Set Cherry 4 ARMOIRE BRAND NEW
is, AUTOMOBILE HANDLER | wood table w/leaf T Collezione Europa
31, physical demanding and China cabinet kL ornate, flawless, will
ite position of loading $900.Call 9043748899 tradeforkingsize
VP automobiles from train mattress, 8 box splngs also
cars. Must be at least Coffee Maker Black new, $1200 obo, 9628580
18 with a good driving l and Decker
to rec. Pass drugscreen t i Spacemaker, 12 ARMOIRE painted, french
ice & able to work a flex 'cup digital pro- provincial $350; painted
p. a sched incl. eves & gramming, mount rench provincial din-
za- wkends. Apply in per- under cabinet. Excel- ning table w/6 chairs &
& sonat 576W. 12th St. lent condition. White 2 leaves $450; 504-1079
Jacksonville, FL 32254 $20. 268-2482 BDRM SET 7pc. Qn sz,
0 CHILDCARE WORKERS d CRAFTSMAN TABLE new pillow mattress,
Now hiring qualified saw,$150, obo, Exc cond. $800. 220-8005
workers. plantationn Craftsman router .BED: Tiny Tikes Race car
cel, Christian Academy table, 60,Kenmore "n 2
s a 777-8277. 12cu. ft,uprint,freezer, 716-4311 e,$200. all
17 CLEANERS 3 EDRM SET Qu-Kg, dark
FTSubContractorswith CRIMINALJUSTICE "walnt od cond
experience to clean / BOOKS, CHEAP 80"waln l 2 3-6181 "
d& TERRORISM 332, $ Call 23-6181
apartments. 384-5004 CRIMINAL PROCE- -- -
DURE 32.t JUVENILLE JUS- Bedroom 4Pc Set $298
TICE 370. ORGANIZED CRIME .. ..
H .iKEEPER 330. CALL 220 4577 I4- Inventory Reduction
-r- R,. p Additional 10% Off
90 U er B Nt, ,nuvery I I.ems" '
ifj t-ra Ui,..'' shaiplLeather. cd 4Dra,-,rCrisU Frm $6&
S ionhr-itde acilivy E p. 8 k. roolrack.Tonneau S'-.ra Fr:,r. -9
in rhea1tare erh-ning Cover. S12,995. obo 2.L' Col,-r TV : Fr.:.rr. $9
S l Pc KIr i B.nd 1
1 Applyinperson A Medical Scrub Set ,3 Rm I-iP c-,:.ran Pkq-i9
(9am4 pm, MF only) I ano, cI 0.60 0 CORTCLEARANCE
V or allesumeto Lr net n'aa $5 M0 I CENTER I
S RHS.Human Resources, jLckiets ; ml, ara I (904 396-9000
900 Unlversi'tyI Bivd. N. i an lelum s M Lf n t l4 Qu
Suite 700 (7C1 Floor). c r, I n : K --KarEr
Jackl onvllle. FL 32211. 90J.-291.i6bi1- ., Bellil Baby Bedroom
For more information call ppendale Lrib, mattess,
743,1883. Fordirections -S NsewC0p0pendlae roire.dresser&
exLt .F resume / esgn. L'rhid changing taslepa
to/4.s5109. 6.- I'h.ro-rcr.._Chrr, $4 el!tSble.paobo.
tOE AOnHgFre~urtlkpicc e r, .. CO :o1 5023
o o. -, 5"4i .., T c ,
T r a n u m T nr, u Broyhill Chest w
INVESTOR ASST -Work trolling motors $125, B Mirror, 30 in tail, 20
outside the office. B.B. Backboard $40 Mr3in depth, 6ftw de,
Great pay, education. 912-227-0930 t nine drawers,
Car celp 64563l req OFFICER UNIFORMS $275,215-9551
a, 642-5635 (MALE), sz small, H I Captain's Queen SZ
d Janitorial & Day Porter t s9'."W165, 0ress, bdCrmpset, 9draw-
Part-time day & night hites & Blues, CO aers w/mirror, head
near Cecil Field. Ca Kahakis, Whites, Co board, foot board,
Cr288-9892/9 23-3952, night stand, Queen
n: 904-477-3145 make offer m ress, box ing,
NATIONA BRAND ICE Personal organizer $750. 904491,996
RE OFFEE SHOP metal cabinet w/top 4 COACH LOVE SEAT
all locations, hiring all filemiddle drawer, I pastel colors, gooa
positions FT or PT. w/bottom storage. f.1 condition, asking,
Call 904-226-3098 Lockable. Like new $25. $240 obo, trans-
268-2482 fearing call 291-2388,
cell ca864-v18
I[. PEST BEAR n PLAYMASTER POOL ce 8641515
x nat. pest control co. I TABLE- regulation COFFEE TABLE, Bunk bed
seeking self motivated sze S600obo, needs set, dressers, book-
& ambitious sales reps cleaning, must sell shelf, Washer dryer,
R to hel grow our cus- moving, Call 912-258-0644 computer desks, Tb's
We offer or912-576.8769askforTom w/ chairs, thr chair.
e loecor n Call 904,29 e2125 for
DE I Paid training oPOOLpaid calr24e576
rd s c above ground, neK panaE com-
Autoallowance 4 ft deep, 18 ft. round ca et
*401K plan plus accessories.
eet Company benefits Needs liner COLONIAL SOFA
Adv. Opportunity s $,O
Great w pork env. call 221- 7045 flower prints, $50, Call
221- 0710 after 6pm,
d We are one of the fast- Rainbow Vacc. Cleaner excellent conditions
est growing co. in our compI. w/all attach.,
X! industry and are look- new never used, or. 4 Computer Desk, Lt
ing to hire several reps box, included. P/N, RB Oak, 6 pc, 81" frm
immediately Please Mate, Shampouer, ext. 1cornler, $1500 sale
call Jacob 904 613.2497 water container (4t). $300,772-1260
r- between 10a.9p. EOE. $lloo00obo. 904-860-361 computer utch/Des
tollecpenlo fullwrk
LI PRODUCTION REEF TANK -180 GAL. opens to ull working
ASSEMBLY WORKERS complete setup light areavery versatile,
Southside ing & all, 350 + lbs of lots of storage room,
F/T Background check live rock and sand $150, call 912.729.6479
N Benefits. 646.-0141 x 101 $2000. 731-9795 COUCH, CHAIR, glass &
SunCruz Casino REMOTE CONTROL wrought Iron coffee
jt. j T dragonfly, flips, turns, tbis exc cond, $1000
F&B supervisor Xij rolls. $40, stroller, 551.0411
Sales rep tas Eddie Bauer basket COUCH 3pc LUX Down
*r Pre otraysgood condition, $40, Chaise Secti. new $2500,
Dealers, (Crap Dealers) Salon Fun Comp -. COUCH- Excellent

Marine Crew pattern, priced to
Cashiers 4 Sofa Sleeper Sealy sll,2634 or
Apply 4378 Ocean Street .t mattress, hunter 228-1095
Fax re~mey Fl 32233or V I green. $180, A/C, COUCH-light blue.
Id M 904-270-2797 window unit, Brovhill queen sleeper
m TERMITE SERVICE REPS excellent cond. $150, $550. 724-7419
F/T will train, must have 641-5059
bnfts. CalIMon-Fri .. Wedding Set Never / Convertible 3
Call B & B 389.3235 been udy man'sde&
760 Part-Time Totaling over 1.5kt 4 DININOTBLE, whitetile
$3900 obo. 659 5248 Kali |.I w/ oak trim, comes

Kelly Educational a Business/ bench seats, (7) $125,
Staffing See our ad 9 offi call 249-5765
under Management/ ______ O _Iee
Call 2457555, Restaurant equipment s< Call 912-.576-9584

Os Painting/ Mandarin 904-880-0024 4( KING SIZE WATERBED
e 876 Wallpaper STORE FIXTURES Bind- l2 w/tall pedestal and

Painting & Hm Repairs c K good conditlo, $300 obo,
No job to small, Workstation / Cubicles 912-510-8905
Estimate. Cell 509- 6242 Herman Miller 8' x 8 .2 Leather Sofa, but-
With Pedestal & Overhead. _/T tercream, love
Gator Office Furniture S I J seat, 3 marbalized
S (904)72446400 with eched-edge

922l Collectables lamps avaIl David or

i 1/3 Caret gold, .. Moving Sale,
/" .t solitare diamiod, Coach Ioveseat,

asking .SO 491-7996 tion. asking$190, mov-
SMAntin 5.9796 ng sale. 291-2388


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The economic impact of the
military in Northeast Florida
and Southeast Georgia is
*7.8 billion.
Local businesses benefit from the military and civilian personnel who
buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them
know what your business has to offer by advertising in one or all of
the military publications distributed at the local bases in the area.

For advertising ..0:-:-,o
information, -
piease call 5O.N
904-3594336,
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955 Household
Furniture

oriental Style
Cherry wood din-
Ing room table, w/
6 chairs, beautiful
set great cond,
David or Tiffany.
$1200 obo, 317 4970
Pottery Barn
Tables Sofa table &
c ocktail table.
Wood & wrought
iron. 3yrs old in good
condition $450 for both.
will emailpictures.
Home 997-8731
4. QN SIZE CAP BED,
S moving, must sell,
S footboard, head-
board, night stand,
dresser, marrow, mat-
tress, boxsprlng, ask-
ing $700,491-7996
SLEIGH BED queen cherry
w/ mattress set .$425
obo 733-1084,
SOFA, Irg 82
exc condition,
blue/beige tweed,
hardly used,
904- 260-2086, $350
4 Sofa bed, L shape
With connector and
4lmattress included
call for price $
904-476-1225
SSOFA VERY GOOD
CONDITION, $250.
777-6684
- Thomasville, for-
S mal sofa, 72",
I MFrench Country,
Sblue & yellow,
excellent condition,
$300, (3) 30" maple,
swivel barstools, $59
each or (3) for $135,
542-2960 #11
4 TV JVC 32" $200.
Entertainmemt
r center holds tv
S$450. Sofas, living
room chairs, end
tables, exercise bike
645-0630
42 TWIN SIZE BED
Sw/headbrd, almost
1/L new w/ chest of
drawers, mirror,
dresser, 2 nightstands, call
904-221. 0710,$250

960 Machinery
960 & Tools

a. Craftsman 10"
Stationary Saw
\ |lRadial Arm. Model
315 .220100. Exc.
cond. $400 obo. 904
-251-5161 904-272-6648
VaroMatic (ind.) Jigsaw
tbi, hand/foot operation,
drill, Magnifying glass.
Make oWer. 629-1335

965 Medical
SCOOTER inc J'et ill
Ultra "0r. uS ed I I uit
-sAe112,L0 CaBii 3HI '23'
WHEELCHAIR in. ,a:3r
Iracer H.,X. irg E3e t q.:.-.d
,::.r..,-. -00 ,:,b,: 2'J 2,:,;

[Musical
970 Merchandise
Sent ices
DRUM SET r-,rl i :-.:,r[
'pc. O-'ip gree-. c ri-an
. -e 31all ne .. ne a
'100
FABIAN OOI0A,:')rMO i'i-te
LUDWIG 2 BO,:..T. .-;ando
$100 Coim pirTe set
16350 Call 247 l.76
G GARRARD LAB 80
turntable, S50,
2646364


P980 Sporting

SBow Flex Exerciser
cioa $ '13,-.) i,'.
5e a .:.rMT. 3' -ii
-4o0 O cJ -794.c-47!
-. BOWFLEX ULTIMATE


WO. r2,: 34,6 : i 1
HOME GYM
vWecer 1 6;T Dar,:-l.
used. tO.-,'. 551 OJ111
4 t, Proform C630
S Elliptical Machine
EecEr.:,nc aipia.
6200 rr-e deli.er.
6"S 2525


Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies


1 nnc Livestock
1005 & Supplies
HORSE BOARDING SW
Jax largest covered
arena, 12x12 stalls 25
acres, 10 miles of trails
$400.mo. Ray 317-2350

1010 Pets&
Supplies

42 Aquarium cover and
l iight combo. Approx
\1l1 30 inches long-
Adjustable. great
cond. $20. 268-2482
Australian Blue Heeler
Pups -Born 11/19.
$150, 249-9324 Iv msg.
BASSETT PUPS CKC, Avi
1/14, tri.-clr, shots, $400
2M/4F, 386-546-1130
BLUE HEELER PUPPIES
ADORABLE, HIth cert's.
904-287- 5042
BOXER PUPS AKC, flashy
& fawn POP, taking
dep. Rdy 1/25. $600.
About 35min. N. of Jlax.
912-729-4114
CHESAPEAKE BAY
RETRIEVER
AKC Reg Puppies $350.
Tanya 850.971.5362
Cocker Poos, Shih-Tzu,
Shar-Pel mix -others
$100-up 504-9633
CORGI -2 fam, AKC,
Smos, spayed, shots,
housebroke, must stay
together. $600 43- 1375
DOBERMAN PINCHERS
AKC, Red/Rust &
BIk/Rust Champion
Bidlines, good tempermt
$750, 229.247.5493
FREE CATSIII FINAL
EFFORT TO FIND
HOME. 3 indoor cats,
including Siamese,
neutered, de- clawed,
Orange Park area. 282-5452
GERMAN SHEP PUPS
BIk/tan, $200. 8wks,
Jenny 904-594-6396
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
Puppy w/papers all
shots $500. 887-2885
JACK RUSSELL PUPS- H C,
Pedigreed, taking dep.
Avi 2/4. $350. 251-3S63
LAB PUPS AKC, OFA,
block heads, show/
r.unt r350 912 294 45166
MALTESE PUPS
2r.1 1000 IF $12-0 ToupD
AKC sC ,:.r CKC. 241-56.60
MALTI-POO I Cnoc
" asn' u0- 434 .. :135
PIT BULL PUPS ADBA
Blues. E M i Dl,:dlne.-.
A. i n,-j,' "5-3319
Pom 5 mo old Male $450,
Chihuahua 8mo F S250
Both AKC 904-403-7854
RAT TERRIER PUPPIES
for 53,l m.:.r. intorma-
t.,r. C all904. 41-475,
ROrTI PUP e.-.ks. AKC.
6450 [ ai crooped.
]E[ sr-c.t:" J06-2"94
SHIH-TZU A K C 3
ol ,n-.r. r, pcUDo S i.0r
C ai 693-2376
4, Shitxu Pekinese Mix
8mo, male. all shots,
$300. S42 8382
SIBERIAN HUSKY BIk whi
P.1 ir,,.t eur .7m ..- :,
bius" .- &lad:ui a
-ri.cera c1: Pi 5
:04 6 6--uI-. $t,00
WEIMARANER PUP, AKC,
E,'.ks. .-.Ier gre,-. I1
r F. nich cert. u a r,
St,-.., nar. bc.[nr par.
_n t $J:- 3 3 J3 7 35 5
WEST HIGHLAND TERR.
B u Be'3utr u,. no n

YORKIE AKC. 2F SM.
POP. HC. SHOTS. 6900
.,98-Jc61
YORKIE PUPPY AKC
[n, F leri' 4 -riO 650
-OlJi-30 322


Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335$2000 or Less
1340 Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats

$ CASH PAID $
Boats or Yachts 545-8303
18' 2003 HYDRA SPORT
180cc 115 HP Yamaha,
93 hours on engine.
PREMIUM PACKAGE
Bimini top, center
console. depth finder,
Front and rear cooler
seats, 55 gal fuel tank.
32 gallon bait well
fishing tackle and rod
storage. Swim plat-
form front and rear
seat cushions.
Absolute Pristine Con-
dition. Kept in dry in
6,sto4 ge $15,900.

42 18' 6" Skeeter
SProv-150 '92 -
New trailer, new
crpt, fish finder,
backup trolling motor,
runs strong, good
tournament boat
$7000obo. 772-9766

WA, cuddy 4.3L merc.
Fish p kg, depth
sounder, canvas, swim
Vlat & trlr exc cond,
17,500 904- 759-1421
4 Apex A.9 '00, Rib
i inside storage
.since 2002, great
S shape, no holes,
$2000 1997 15HP
Johnson $1000 282-4094
BAYLINERS MAXUMS Etc.
wanted any model or
cond, 463-2337
CUSTOM BOSTON
WHALER 27' full cabin
hard top, fully rigged
for off snore. very lo
hours, retired and will
sell or trade for center
console. Call 247-4252
SMako224 22 Center
Console w twin mer-
S cury lIShp, excellent
condition, lowrance
electronics. T Top, lots
storage, live well, trailer,
$12K obo.912729203
WANTED
EcaSr. ,:,.[.:-.r & Tra.ier3
An, ConLa,.:.nri'
The uJ.ed Parts Pe:oe"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440
1230 Rv'; &
3 Supplies

AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sale-., Sericp Partr
J D SandersR'V Sales
Aiacnua 3c6 'J62 3i039
1. 800-541-6439

$CASH PAID
R%. s.M.H. TTr 5o.5 .3-0
TRAVEL COUNTrRY
RV CENTER
Pre-Owned Specials
MOTORHOMES
"03 B1liag.9o 36 Perfect
03 J,.urn.3. a9' Diesel
'05 Hurr-c ane 30 Save
00 irir.r-,ag:. 40 Diesel
03 Su,-, V.:.,, a.?r Slides
TOWABLES
00 r.lr.ri.anr.a 30) Slides
'u5 unr.. or-:.-.s 2 Slides
C'03 T.'.aiiie 26' Clean
68 Nomand 25 Cheap
Anri Min, Man, r1lire


1230 RV's &
1230 Supplies

Elite '05 40' 5th whl 2br 3
slides, 2air, handicap acc
w/d $27K. 973-885-1194
4 Trailmanor 3023,
2002, hard sided
ti pop up travel
trailer, self con-
tained. Contained many
extras, see
trailmanor, corn for
similar $16,500 282- 4094

1300 Motorcycles
4- FATBOY '05 -
/ Black added
I screaming eagle 16
rGauge Pipes and
leather handle grips.
Asking $15kobo. Brian
651-1240
4, Harley Davidson 03'
softail deuce.Less
S than 2k ml, garage
kept, Immaculate,
$1,500 obo, cover included,
call: 912-729-6479
4 HARLEY DAVIDSON 88'
S FLHTC, lots of
i extras/chrome must
see, $10,400 obo, call
241-4081,8-12 am, v msg.
Harley Davidson
SSportter 1200 '93
i1 s Ceustomized, low
miles, garaged,
manyextras $4700 OBO
Call Marc (904)997-2099
HARLEY DAVIDSON FAT BOY
2001 exc. cond., $15,500.
904-254-9380
HD '05 95CI Anniv.
SFatboy warran-
ilteed Scramin Eagle
16gauge exhaust,
Race tuner kit.+ $2000
of extras. $23,500.
607-435-0538
HD SPORSTER 883 '02
blk, 5700mi, forward con
tris, sad. bags, ext warr.
$5400obo. 993-1509
4 Honda2004,
i CBR600RR,
VI, less than 900 ml, cus-
tom pipe, tag, plate,
blinkers, gar. kept, $7K,
226-4669,777-1127
42 HONDA 919 03'3600 ml
2 brothers exhuast,
i custom fender, eliml-
ator kit, rear taillight,
$4500 obo 912- 573-5325
42 Honda Ace 965
a Miles, Mint Con-
dition, $4500. must
sell. Call
904 307-2126
HONDA SABRE VF700S
'84 Extra clean, $1500
Details: 904-509-6474
a SPORTSTER 05' W/
SSADDLE 853XL, HD,
. V l tank&forkbags,
also jacket, helmet,
safety vest owes,
$8,150, 912-576.41'12
SSuzuki 2002 RM 125
great cond. main-
tained well. asking
2 l1','-. C0 3 ,TI- i
912-57. 31221 e'.-.in-r,
412-291-7"-,2
SUZUKI 800 INTRUDER '03
l.:-. m ile: I-,e re,'.
S720 0 i .761 7305J or
SSUZUKI INTRUDER
c nrc..Te gara .,3
n, -'e C )tir 5s. c.rr
n-' ,:-C cr-. r- .n90
,,Dj"!12 673 E:430
4, Yamaha R1, 2005
G6Omi frame slid-
ers, colored rear,
tlire hugger, save
on dealer preps, S9800,
287 4387 382 4645
4 YAMAHA R12005
|ri.iu, r-."l, ; i-.,-, 11,].-
'- -7. r i- .

Yamaha Virago '96
1 r10 .;c. i-*rn.
n-c. ti.es canetr,
e'cenllnt cr._-,c.[.o.-n
roa. re ,.. t.e: [ :.ier
272 6-61
YAMAHA V STAR 99
BIKE WEEK READVY!II

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1310 A.uo Pa,,,s
ALUMINUM DIAMOND
I.:. ITI_,.3uTI .1:_ I U .


a Chrome Nert Bars
1 6300 OBO Chrr.,,-
Loc0earnal ai-rs 5100
C3119 6 1, i*t.js,


1310 Auto Parrts
CHROME WHEELS &
TIRE PACKAGE 24x10,
1 fits Chevy GMC w/
warranty paid 4500
sell $3k must see
904-272-3482
he ENGINE STAND,
1 heavy duty, engine
| build, 360 degrees
rotation, $75,
264-6364
FORD FIVE LUG
American racing
< rims, with 31x10.50
procomp tires, 12k
miles, $1100, new $500.
call 622-8391
A GM GOODWRENCH
S 350cl ENGINE,
30K mi, includes
carb., & headers,
and much morel
Great condition $900.
Call Steve 612-6097
HITCH CLASS 2,
S3500 Ibs, tongue
< fits Buick LaSabre
(part number 3621)
U-haul,
asking $6500 call
904-708-5530/278-5224
SRIMS+TIRES RedS
O| Spoke Camaro
kl>Wheels 235/60 R15
Radials Good tires
Picsl.avail. Make offer
912-729-7244
4, Tirelnew 215/75/R15
|- also Chevy Astro
Alumn rim $49. Must
a Sell... .Also 1
-205/75/R15 tire OBO.Call
904-278-6251
2 VW Beetle parts,
Glass, transaxle,
k >doors, fenders, and
various other
parts, 781-1532
1 0 Antiques/
132 Classics

Chevy Belair 1957 (4) 2dr
hardtop, (1) 4dr, $15,000
or best cash offer +
others, 352- 475 -5737

1325 Automotive
S1988 Nissan Sentra
I Please Help Me.
Owner no longer
desires me. His
name Is John, Call him
please. 904 272-1027

SAcura Integra GS.R,
S. DOHC, Vtech, 4dr,
SSsp., 114,000 miles,
Slather, excellent
I cond., timing belt & I
100k service I
completed. 378- 8772
S382-0208 $6,500 firm
- --
ACURA TL '03. Loaded,
all options. $19,850. Stk
#61000A. Call 899-5853
AUDIO A4 '04. Leather,
loaded, 1.8T. $25,550.
Stk #60780A. 899-5853
a. BMW 325 Cl 2001
full. ioi3odd.
leatr.-r i1m !.i.er

mr i,.3r ,oha nir,.-, rur,-
or- 3 ;2. 50 t :.-bc .-all
`)12 6a2 H:Wn12
BMW Zi 2.8 '91
iOU BUSH AUTOPLEXil 1-4811
BUICK CENTURY o8.
ard.e.. great 1 .'j10
.86.- 1732
Buick Century '03
1I 3 .00 0 m,. es
SVu12 000
'90 4-3E. 7-3015
4. Buick Park Avenue
'94 Ultra, .uoer
c n r -d i.: .a dea
,: .:.. n rie .-' C-i:.:.de d e a r
0 *T i 4 2 0
,i-4 3c -5117
CADILLAC CTS 03
C ahmrer in color I,
,T,,leE f'1998 5Sk
O6,'q-LiUZ. Caii e41-59953
CADILLAC DEVILLE 99
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4817
CADILLAC DEVILLE?97
TOM BUSH AUjI6PLEi i71.-46i
SCamry SE 2005,
4dr, AC Heat,
4 cruise, tilt, elec
win-doors, while.
gray cloth int. 4k mi,
S18.500, pnrv. 491 7996
SCAMRY SE 2005
4 C.:...r SC r ae[,
:r .s e [1l[ elec r.
t'.l.cl r -a clatn ,ri.t
n.,r k ,,-,. 18.773.
orr.-ar, 901 9l 9I 7.


1325 Automotive
& CHEVY CAVALIER 99'
Automatic, good con-
i dition, driven to work
dally, $3500 obo, call
904-537-2852
CHEVY CORVETTE
92 Coupe, blk, runs
great & looks great, Z06
rims, 904-403-5355
CHEW IMPALA LS '02
St#F431B $10,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY LUMINA '96
owner, 76KmI, $5995
Kimball Motorcars
1500 Atlantic Blvd.
722-2227
CHEVY MALIBU LS '02
St#F290 $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY S-10 '99,2WD, AT.
white on grey, clean int
has side mounted tool
box daily driver, $3950.
Justin.Drew@navy.mil
904-252-9779
4 Chrysler 5th Ave
S'87 For parts or
whole car. Not
running. Call
955-3442 or 278-6251
CHRYSLER SEBRING 00
Con.T Loaded leazh"er.
S699- 51St, X52-315A
Call 899-5653
e DODGE CARAVAN 97'
S green, double sided
door, power locks,
good tires, $1,000.
379-3607
FORD MUSTANG -'04, GT,
conv, 40th Anniv Edi-
tion Crimson red, tan
top) Int, 5sp, 17k mi,
loaded, $23,915
828-0087 or 728-2660
FORD MUSTANG '00
St#BUCF424A $6888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG GT '04
V8, loaded, leather.
$18,950. Stk #60855A.
Call 899-5853
HONDA ACCORD EX '01
St#6934A $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI TIBURON '05
St#F937 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


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Chrysler of Orange Park
Si1 Well hi] hi ll 3

GARBER CHRYSLER
i ni,4ii l,i.i' S. niiii): :' -- 4it

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
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1325 Automotive
HYUNDAI TIBURON GT
'03. V6, leather, loaded.
$12,995. Stk #60942A.
Call 899-5853
HYUNDAI TUCSON '05
St#F935 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINTI 945 '02
St#F859 $26,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JAGUAR XJS CONV. '91
Grt cond., 48kmi, 2nd
own, $11,500obo 535-7870
LEXUS GS300'03.
Loaded. $26.995. Stk
#61421A. Call 899-5853
MAZDA MIATA '01. Low
miles, like new. $12,995.
Stk #XUP1172. 899-5853
4 Mercedes 450SL
Roadster '74 2dr.
t Conv./ hard top red
w/tan Interior. A/C,
PW, AT. full cover,
manuals, new tires,
brakes $11,900.
904-278- 6251 or 542- 8894
MERCEDES 450SL conv.
'77, Great cond., $6500
obo. Call 535-7870
MERCEDES SLSOO Conv.
Bc-3utilrul Diac. must
5-e. KimDall Mr.lorccar;
8500 Atir.nic Bid
722 2227
MERCURY COUGAR '00
St#BUC1444B $7988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX "371-4877
2 Mercury Cougar
t 92 165,000 mi,
,lGood condition.
Asking $1500obo.
Call 904-505-8387
NISSAN 300 ZX 85',
4 5SP,V3Liter, V.6, spd
J ?power new timing
belt, alt, wtr pump,
912.882.-4168/912- 288- 2344
$900 oba
SNissan Quest 01',
SGLE, loaded, one
S owner, excellent
condition, leather
entertainment package,
luggae rack, CD,.
$131 obo..388-6085
OLDS INTRIGUE'01
5t#BUC0208A $5988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


Ni ct Chevroleti

Congratulates


Styxx would like to invite all
friends and customers to stop
by or call him....

Bring in this ad 891-8672
for extra savings! 387-4041
Military and First 210-3004
Time Buyers
Welcome!
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1325 Automotive

Pontiac Firebird '95, 2
Door, 5 speed, 102,000
miles, runs great,
no mechanical
p problems, $3,500.
86584/866- 7993
Price below average
retail

Pontiac Grandam 98'
Over $15K invested,
5 spd, body kit, rims,
S exhuast, much more,
S7K obo. Call Josh
912-576-1186
4 PONTIAC SUNFIRE 99',
3.2Lohv, 4- cyc SF1
J engine, 5- spd, P
195/65R15 tires, rear
spoiler, sunroof, power
glass, tilt steering, AM/FM
stereo w/ disc/payer, 6 spk
sound, recent tune- up,
$2500. 912. 322- 11992
PONTIAC TRANS AM '0 0
V8,. t-tops, loaded.
$13,995. Stk #P7968A.
Call 899-5853
SATURN SC2 '99
St#BUC575A $5988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN SL1 '01 -
Siier. NIC- c ar $4S '.'-:
KIrno i u r.1.-:-[:-rc ar.
1500 Ai2arilcI Bito
722-2227
,. Saturn SL2 '93 JDR
Sunro.ro upgraoeeo
n pecaker-. II o00rm.
runs good Need-
orake -c:. SlO 11u B0
951 795 5340
4 Volkswagon Jetta
GLS '01, silver/blk
auto, sunroof, cold
ac, asking $10,500
obo SSkmi 710-12S4

vw 'S VW'S VW 'S
'04 GOLF GLS 4dr
$15,900
'03 GTI GLS 1.8
$16,900
'01 GTI GLS 1.8
$13,900
'02 CABRIO GLS
$15,900
'04 PASSAT GLS
$17,900 :
'03 PASSAT GL S
(3) $16,900
'03 PASSAT Wagon
$16,900
'05 JETTA
(new body) $20,500
'04 JETTA GL
$15,900
'03 JETTA GL
$15,900
'02 JETTA Diesel
$14,900
'03-05 BEETLE
Convertibles (6)
available from
$17,900
'02 BEETLE S
$13,900

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FORD-MERCURY
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MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
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AT REGENCY
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1325 Automotive 1340 Trailers/
134 Trae


TOYOTA CAMRY '05
St#7694C $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA CAMRY '03
St#3758D $15,.988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA CELICA '00.
$8995. Stk #60962A
Call 899-5853
Toyota Corolla '98 Exc
running cond., $4295.
641-1478, 305-528-3402
TOYOTA SOLAR SE 0 2
Loaded. $12,350. Stk
#XUP1208. 899-5853
VOLVO 8524DL '85 All
books & records. Exc.
cond. $3500obo. 535-7870
VOLVO S40 '01
St#5F757 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
VW GLS '04-Conv., Hrvst
Moon w/Tan Ithr int.
6600mi. gar kept exc.
cond. $22K. 904- 737-7274
or 843-224-0525

1335$2000 or Less

TOYOTAS, FISO'S
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4 Chevy 1500 Sil-
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$14,900. 542-2445 X- 118
42 Chevy 1500 Silverado
20004x4,271 LT5.3V8
$14800. 542-2445x118
CHEVY Avalanche '02;
exc cond, Ithr int, ps,
CD. am/fm $20K obo.
Call 642-8215
CHEVY BLAZER '00
St#F531 $9588
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CHEVY S10 Extended Cab
'01. Low mi. $6995. Stk
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CHEVY TRACKER '03
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DODGE 1500 '96, 1/2 TON
ext cab good cond,
$5800. Call 904-219-0888
Dodge Dakota '04 5spd,
auto, V8, fully loaded
bedliner, topper, tow
pkg 7800mi, exc cond
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DODGE RAM 1996
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$1800 obo, 613 04-61


4, Explorer Sport
Track,6cyl Full power
S moon roofvery
sharp!Leather,6CD.
88K roof rack.Tonneau
cover $12995 0BO
904-940-5230
Ford Expedition 01',
Eddie Bauer, Blue,
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$15,500, obo,
904-553-8569
FORD EXPLORER 96'
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Scd, 140K, on 4.0L,. new
transmission, radiator.
brakes, tires, runs/looks
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FORD F350 '00 Lariet Spr
dty 4x4, 5spd, 4dr, Rhino
bdlinr, elect, brkes for
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SForm Ranger XLT.
4 99-, super cab. V 6,
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GMC CANYON '04
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ISUZU RODEO '02
St#F865 $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ISUZU RODEO '02 4x4
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Kimball Motorcars
1500 Atlantic Blvd.
722-2227
JEEP CHEROKEE '99
St#BUC9203A $5788
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Jeep Liberty Ren
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Nikki 882-6636; 258-4839
SCION XB'04
St#1929A $13,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
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