<%BANNER%>
Jax air news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00062
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 2006
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00062

Full Text






Boxing Champ
HS-15 Sailor Headed For CISM
Page 3


Navy Run
More Than 400 Turn Out For Event
Pages 8-9


Carnival Coming
YAC Hosting Event Saturday
Page 13


THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 2006


F'Pht,:o I, PH2 Andre., -mm.,s
Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Jacksonville Commanding Officer Cmdr. jeffery Eaton and PSSR Quan
Hancock unveil the new NOSC Jacksonville sign, during the name change ceremony held on board NAS
Jacksonville March 31. The renaming of all Naval Reserve Centers and Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Centers to
Navy Operational Support Centers takes effect after receiving the official notice from the Chief of Naval
Operations on March 28.

Naval Air Reserve Jacksonville renamed

Navy Operational Support Center


By O02(SW) Sunday Williams
NOSC Public \tair-
n the Navy. it is said. "the only
constant is change." Naval Air
Reserve iNAR I Jacksonville
experienced significant change
this month. On March 28. they
received the official notice from
Washington that they are now
known as Navy Operational Sup-
port Center iNOSC Jacksonville.
NOSC Command Master Chief
CMDCM Ceroma Love said they
knew the change was coming and
made preparations accordingly to
make the transition easier.
"This is the Nav"y's way of inte-
grating us and we welcome the
change," said Love,
According to the notice from the
Chief of Naval Operations 1CNO.1,
the name change reflects the
desire of Commander, Navy Re-


serve Force to more accurately de-
scribe the. integrated role Reserve
forces play in the day-to-day plan-
ning and operational require-
ments of the Navy. This name
change affects all Naval Air
Reserve and Navy and Marine
Corps Reserve Centers through-
out the Navy.
NOSC Jacksonville's Com-
manding Officer Cmdr. Jeffery
Eaton unveiled Building 966's
new sign Friday morning in front
of his staff, quickly turning them
all into the NOSC team. Eaton
agreed with Love in welcoming
the change.
"'Today marks another step in
executing the Commander, Navy
Reserve Forces Command's vision
of aligning and integrating the
Reserve component with the
active component to support the
CNO's goals." said Eaton. "One


team, one fight,"
In addition to the name change.
NOSC Jacksonville added five
European Command Reserve
Augment units on March 15.
With these new units. NOSC
Jacksonville provides training.
administrative, medical, and
logistical support to more than
2,300 Selected Reservists in 59
augment units and four Reserve
force squadrons. These units are
based out of NAS Jacksonville; NS
Mayport; Blount Island Com-
mand; NSB Kings Bay. Ga.: and
now Stuttgart. Germany: Naples.
Italy; and London. England.
"These changes are good and,
from the perspective of our cus-
tomers, nothing major is going to
be different." said Love.
"'Everything will be, business as
usual."


Leadership symposium at NAS Jax
ByJ01 Mike England -
Assistant Editor i . .i


The NAS Jacksonville Com-
bined Comniand First Class
Association(CCFCA) hosted
a First Class Petty Officer Lead-
ership Symposium at the base
theater March 29-30. More than
180 first class petty officers from
across the country and as far
away as London, England partici-
pated.
The workshop covered such top-
ics as mentorship and Sailor-iza-
tion, respect and courtesy in the
Navy, leadership, accountability
and responsibility, financial man-
agement and the future of the
Navy.
Commander Navy Southeast
Command Master Chief CMDCM
(SW/AW) Richard Trimmer
opened the symposium with an
awareness-raising discussion on
the "new" Navy and the role of
today's Sailors as agents of
change. "What we're trying to do
here is to get Sailors to under-
stand how the Navy is changing
as we redesign ourselves to fight a
new global threat," said Trimmer.
"We're trying to be more effective
and efficient. We need you to
relate to this and take it back to'


Photo byJO1 Mike England
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel gives his
closing remarks during the First Class Petty Officer Leadership Symposium
at the base theater March 30.


the fleet."
Chiefs and officers of different
backgrounds and areas of expert-
ise led the sessions. "These men-
tors are still at the deck plate
level," said Cmdr. Jeffery Eaton,
one of several guest speakers. "At
the master chief and senior officer
level, we're looking at the big pic-
ture. With these guys being closer
to where the rubber meets the


road, I think that's the appropri-
ate level to get the information
out."
The course structure was
designed to provide an open, infor-
mation-sharing environment and
to encourage peer-to-peer interac-
tion.
"We wanted to give the sympo-


See LEADERSHIP, Page 12


www.jaxairnews.com


Photos by Miriam S. GaIlet
U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Vernice Armour, the first African American
female fighter pilot, stands next the AH-IW Super Cobra helicopter
that she piloted during two combat tours in Iraq.

NAS Jax celebrates


Women's History Month
By Miriam S. Gallet
Edr. l
M ilitaryand civilian personnel aboard NAS Jacksonville
took time to celebrate and recognize the historic accom-
plishments of women during a breakfast celebration at the
All Saints Chapel March 29.
The special event, titled 'Women: Builders of Communities and
Dreams," gave Sailors and civilians of all pay grades an opportune,
ty to learn about the accomplishments of brave and inspirational
women that dared to be different and inspired others with their
courage. Hosted by the NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural
Awareness Committee, the event included a continental breakfast.
a slideshow of famous women throughout history and featured the
first African American female tighter pilot as the guest speaker.
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson opened the
official ceremony by saying. "During this month communities.
schools and A.r shr, e r e rns
wo rk places k" _-_ .
throughout the ....
country hold c
special events .
and celebra-
gtions to honor
the ext raordi-
nary and his-
toric accom-
plishments of
women.
"Women to- a
day are shaping
the future of
America as sci- Guests at this year's Women's HistoryMonth
dentists, entre- Observance at the NAS ax All Saint's Chapel listen
prene urs attentively as U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Vernice
teachers and Armour shares her life experiences.
astronauts. They serve our nation with honor and distinction in our
Armed Forces," he continued. "Today, there are more than 8,000
female officers, 2.500 female chief petty officers and 43,000 female
enlisted members. The distinguished leadership of women like
Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, Sandra Day O'Connor and our
guest speaker today, Marine Corps Capt. Vernice Armour, has
helped open doors for women for future generations." Immediately,
following his remarks, Dobson introduced Armour and the audi-
ence exploded into a rousing round-of applause.
Born in Chicago, Ill. the 32-year-old combat pilot was raised in
Memphis, Tenn. and considers both places home.
"When I was a small girl, I wanted to be a police officer and ride
a horse around downtown Memphis," remarked Armour, a former
high school class vice president and member of the Mu Alpha
Theta Mathematics Honor Society and the National Honor Society
at John Overton High School for Creative and Performing Arts.
Today, Armour is grateful for all of the opportunities that she has
been blessed with and for the encouragement that her mom and
two dads gave her. "I tell the young people and service members
that they must find their passion and then find purpose in their
passion and take the positive steps to achieve it," said Armour,
enthusiastically.
In 1993, after a short tour in the Army Reserves, Armour joined
the Army ROTC program while enrolled at Middle Tennessee State
University (MTSU). In June 1996, after a brief stint 'at the
Nashville Sheriff's Office, she took additional time off from school
to accept an invitation to the Nashville Police Academy and gradu-
ated as a police officer in December 1996. She went on to graduate
from MTSU in December 1997 with a bachelor's degree in physical
education with an emphasis in exercise science and in 1998,
attended Officer Candidate School and was commissioned as a sec-
ond lieutenant in the Marine Corps on Dec.12 of the same year.
After completing the primary flight phase in Corpus Christi,
Texas, she moved to Pensacola, where she completed flight training
at NAS Whiting Field and moved one step closer to making mili-
tary history.
When Armour finally earned her wings in July 2001 at NAS


See WOMEN'S HISTORY, Page 12


TOUCHIING Gate closure scheduled
The NAS Jax Main Gate will be closed to all inbound and outbound
Traffic Sunday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. in order to perform main-L.J
tenance on the pop-up barrier system. The Birmingham D[ uL,
StB AE Gate will be open for all station ingress and egress.


S The Base Security Pass and ID office will remain open for
business. Commercial vehicles will obtain passes and
undergo searching at the main gate and will then be redi-
rected to the Birmingham Gate for station access.
For further information, call the security department duty
officer at 542 0969, Ext. 110/111.


- Pt


* .-)







2 JaxAAir NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


FROM THE FLEET


Control debt, make sure you don't let it control you


By FLTCM(SS/SW)
R.D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief


H oo-yah, warriors! I
just got my tax
refund in and have it
headed toward the retire-
ment fund. But since I'm-.
pot quite ready for a walker
yet, maybe a little chunk of
it will go for something spe-
cial.
'My refund also got me
thinking about my younger
(and maybe a few not-so-
younger) Sailors out there
arid what they plan to do
wVith their tax refunds. I'm
sad to say many will be
applying it toward over-
whelming debt.
-,"Too many of our warriors
continuee to overextend
-themselves into deep debt.
.Some because of a series of
-tough breaks, and some
;because of a series of bad
choices or mismanagement.
JHopefully you read my col-
umn a couple of weeks ago
-about payday pirates.
How do you know if you
are or could be in trouble?
Some good clues are:
1) Twenty percent or more


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.
of your take-home
to installment d
ments like credit ca
2) You are habit
paying bills.
3) You have co]
lost track of what
and how much it is
costing you.
4) You are living
check to paycheck.
So you are hope
debt (at least you t
are) or quickly hea
way. Creditors ar
there's a tow truck
ciously following
'and you are coi


stressed out.
What do to? OK, here's
what.
First and foremost, go see
your command financial
counselor (CFC). These
folks are trained to help you
out of these problems.
Another option is to go to
the local Fleet and Family
Service Center (FFSC) and
talk to their financial coun-
selors. This is the fastest,
easiest way I know to get
your situation under con-
trol. They are there to assist
D. West you!
pay goes ,So now make yourself a
Spay goes list of what you currently
trds. owe, to who, and what the
tally late- monthly payment is.
Granted, for some the
mpletely resulting list might throw
you owe them into shock, but it gives
s actually you the reality of your situa-
tion and helps you figure.
from pay- how much work you have to
do.
flessly in Next you have to priori-
think vou tize the debts. Loans that


aded that
e calling,
ck suspi-
your car,
mpletely


might result in reposses-
sions or foreclosures need
your immediate attention.
Debts with the highest
interest rates will probably


come in second. And then
you work your way down
from there. Just remember
that the CFS or FFSC coun-
selor, can help you figure all
this out.
Now we come to the part
everyone seems to have
trouble with budgeting.
You need a plan. At first
you need an emergency plan
to get your debt under con-
trol. This puts more income
toward' debt reduction and
less toward things you
thought-were more impor-
tant. Fewer runs to the
mini-mart, more payment
on the credit card.
As you develop your budg-
et, you'll start to see where
the money is going and nine
times out of 10, you will
realize you've been wasting
a lot of your money. This
will help, trust me.
OK, we've listed debt, pri-
oritized it, and now have a
budgeted spending plan. A
great start but there's more.
Now you need to get to
contact your creditors and
tell them what the deal is

See DEBT, Page 12


ON THE HOMEFRONT


~Im~ ~ar~ sw~ wv he~ins ef ~


aE -Glo


v 4w-


P- - a


40b -
am-MON.
- -a.- -
a a a ~ 4-


- -


- qm


eo 0 at ol.& 4


--MQ


*.b. - ___-


d- a b- .14611


a- S 0l- bN 4b0


- -


RN TONYR.Hq.LRDRY

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Quarterdeck


Hometown: Thomasville,
Ga.


Family Life: I'm having a baby boy in May.


Past Duty Stations: VS-22


Career Plans: To become a nurse.
I I

Most Interesting Experience: Going on
deployment with the squadron.


Words of Wisdom: What goes around
always comes back, so treat people the way
you want to be treated.


SBRENDR SURMONTE


SJob title/command:
NAS Jax Environmental

rHometown: Pennsville, N.J.


Family Life: Married to Tony for
24 years. We have-two sons, Chad and Ryan.


Past Duty Stations: None


Career Plans: To continue working at the
base environmental department.

Most Interesting Experience: Living in
Puerto Rico for three years.


Words of Wisdom: Live like each day is
your last.


- 4l-


S "Co"pyrighted Material -- Training classes slated
o 1a mandatoryy hazardous waste : coordinator training


- __ a
- a.~ *. -
- - -


- 0


- -


Syndicated Content


--a


Avaib-le- f- C-m r New --


Available from Commercial News Providers"


ab.m -- a.-

b- - GP-


- b o. b .o - -
4m- q -- .dm Im f


-
-~ a e.- -
- -
- - -

*


- 4b a.- m -


,low. a


- -


- -
- -


-M SAM .-.domq -h
41. 4b 4...~ -


~- -.- a.. a.
- -
a. ~%. .~
a.- a.. 'a.~a. a. - -


41b.Sv.~
--mw o ql

-AN.-


S. .


V1will be held May 9-11. The first two days are the
ivTpart of the 16-hour initial training and the last
day is the eight-hour annual refresher class. The training
will be held in Hangar 1000 at the Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jacksonville training room No.
5. Pre-registration is not required.
For more information, call Billie Brownfield at 542-3492
or Ken Ward at 542-4283.

Easter Egg Hunt volunteers needed


T rhe NAS Jax Youth Activities Center is looking for
people to assist with this year's Easter Egg Hunt
S- April 14 at 7 p.m. at the McCaffrey Softball Field
Complex. For more information, call 778-9772.


*- --l. -- ~-
ft 41b -.
Ndb--qe -.
__4b


a. -~ a.


HEY MONEYMANI


Hey, MoneyMan!
, This year I filed my own
;taxes and waited about 10
days to get my refund. It
,was only $600, but I could
,have used the money a lit-
'tle quicker.
I was talking with one of
,my shipmates and he told
'me he went with one of the
companies out in town and
;he got his refund instantly.
jI asked him if he paid a
,charge for that and he said
yes, but didn't know how
much.
My chief told me that I.
,should be careful of these
rapid refunds because they
:charge a high fee. Do you
:know how I can get, a quick-
:er refund without paying
'high fees?
'MoneyMan Sez:
As usual, your chief is
,right! Refund Anticipation
'Loans (RALs) are no more
'than another version of a,.
:payday loan.
Interest rates and fees
!can go has high as 600-700
percent, depending on the
"size of the expected refund.
|Like your buddy, most con-
:sumers who take out these
iRALs don't even realize it
*0


is a loan with high interest
rates and administrative
fees.
A recent government
study indicated that con-
sumers paid more that a
billion dollars in rates and
fees last year. In addition,
workers with annual
incomes of less than
$35,000 paid eighty percent
of these fees.
Worse, more than half of
those who took our RALs
qualified for the Earned
Income Tax Credit which is
for people who work but do
not earn high incomes.
Funds distributed
through our tax system and
intended to go to these fam-
ilies to 'help boost their
income, actually went to
pay high interest and fees
for the refund anticipation
loans.
Bottom line: RALs are a
bad deal! How do you get a
rapid refund? Don't pay so
much in taxes to start with.
Since you received a $600
refund that means you
really paid in $600 too
much.
Reduce your withholding
by $50 per month and you


will have that money avail-
able all year instead of
waiting until the end of the


year to get your own money
back.
. More questions? Contact Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0353.


SUNDAY SERVICE S

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.


Navy-Marine Corps
Ollf$ l, Make Us Your First Resource:
Not Your Last Resort!

542-3191





j 0MaiiVNews

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .............Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101' Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer Li1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JiX AIN NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JI AlR NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does.not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The JAX AIi NIW can be reached at
(904) 542-5588 or by fax at (904) 542-1534 or write the laxu l Nas, Box 2,
NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The lAN All NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
ing advertisements should be directed to:


Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-4168
Linda Edenfield, Advertising Sales Manager 904-359-4336


- v v


g


a- -'qp h


- -b


* *


su


. .


- -


-.Gl






Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 3


HS-15 Sailors lives his dream in helicopters and in the ring


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
W hen AW2(NAC)
Adam Furinato of
HS-15 joined the
Navy in 2002, he wasn't
sure where the path would
lead him, he just knew he
wanted to do something
exciting and challenging.
Since then, it's been
nothing but exciting and
challenging. As a Navy air-
crewman qualified in
search and rescue,
Fusinato spends much of
his time on the job train-
ing on combat search and
rescue missions.
But, joining the Navy
has also given Fusinato
the opportunity to accom-
plish his other dream of
becoming a champion
boxer.
"I started boxing when I
was a junior in high
school. A friend's dad had
a gym. set up in his barn
and asked me if I wanted
to check it out. I've been
hooked on the sport ever
since," said Fusinato, a
native of Rockford, Ill.
After graduating from
boot camp in Great Lakes,
Ill. and completing his
Navy schooling in Pensa-
cola and training in San
Diego, Fusinato arrived at
HS-15 in Jacksonville in
2004.
"My goal was to be on
the All-Navy Boxing Team
but our squadron deployed
on board USS John F.
Kennedy so I had to wait
to put in my package.
When we returned, I con-
.tacted the coach of the All-
Navy Boxing Team and he
put me in touch with the
head of Navy Sports. After
submitting the package, I
went to the tryouts and
was selected," he ex-
plained, enthusiastically.
Since then, his boxing
career has taken off.
"I spent two months in a
training camp in Califor-
nia to prepare for the
Armed Forces Boxing
Championship which was


Photo by J]O1 James Pinsky
AW2(NAC) Adam Fusinato, assigned to the "Red Lions" of HS-15 raises his arms in victory
after defeating Army 1st Lt. Boyd Melson in the opening round during the 2006 Armed Forces
Boxing Championships at Warfield Gymnasium, Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme,
Calif. Feb. 10. As the Armed Forces Boxing Champion in the 152-pound class, Fusinato will
compete in the Conseil International du Sport Militaire Games in Germany in September.


held two months ago. In
the past, boxers were only
given a couple of weeks to
train but this year, they
put us in a special camp
and all we did was get
ready for the fights," con-
tinued Fusinato.
Apparently that training
paid off, because Fusinato
won the Navy's second
Armed Forces Boxing
Championship Feb. 10 in
the 152-pound class after
defeating Army 1st Lt.
Boyd Melson, a member of
the Army's coveted World
Class Athletic Program in
the finals.
"I won my first fight
against a Marine which
allowed me to go on to the
finals. In the finals, I won
in the opening round after
a referee stops 'contest
decision which is similar
to a technical knockout in
professional boxing," he
explained.
By winning the Armed


Forces Boxing Champion-
ships, Fusinato is now
qualified to compete in the
Conseil International du
Sport Militaire (CISM)
Games, also known as the
World Military Champion-
ships in Warendorf,
Germany in September. He
will represent the Navy on
the U.S. Armed Forces
World Boxing Team.
"I am so excited about
going to Germany for
CISM. I've never fought in
another country. From
what I understand, inter-
national boxers fight dif-
ferently than we do, so I'm
headed back to California
to train with my coach,
All-Navy Boxing Coach
George Silva to prepare for
this event. After that, our
team will go to Camp
Lejeune, N.C. for another
month of training in
August," said Fusinato.
Fortunately, Fusinato
has the complete backing


of his command in accom-
plishing these endeavors.


"I've had 100 percent
backing from the begin-
ning. My commanding offi-
cer, Cmdr. Arthur Trahan
and my chiefs, AWC(NAC)
Paul White and
AWC(NAC) Steve Ayers
told me that as long as I
get all my Navy qualifica-
tions done, they would
help me with my boxing
commitments. They have
been extremely supportive
and I'm so grateful for all
they've done for me," he
added.
Fusinato also has strong
support at home.
"My wife, Shaunna has
been wonderful. I know it's
hard on her having me
gone but she realizes this
is something I really love
to do. If I didn't have her
support, it would have
been so much harder on
me. The workouts are so
rigorous physically and
mentally," Fusinato contin-
ued.
In the future, Fusinato's
ultimate goal is to become
a member of the 2008 U.S.
.Olympic Boxing Team.
"If I win the Armed
Forces Championships
again this December, I am


guaranteed an automatic
tryout for the Olympics.
It's not easy to make the
team and most of the guys
on it have hundreds of
fights under their belt, bui
that's what I'm striving
for," he said.
Fusinato also plans to
continue his naval career
and someday earn his col-
lege degree when time per-
mits.
"The Navy has been
really good for me. I think
that when you are treated
well at your first duty sta-
tion it makes all the differ-
ence in the world. HS-i5
has been a great first duty
station," said Fusinato,
who has another two years
with the squadron.
"I just hope that other
commands who have high
caliber athletes will help
them accomplish their
goals and dreams because
the experience is greatr-I
know operational commit-
ments come first, but ff
people have the athletic
ability to compete in a
sport at this level, they
should be allowed to tiy"
he said.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocqQe
AW2(NAC) Adam Fusinato (front) and AWAN(NAC) Garrett Middleton do a preflight safety
check on an HS-15 helicopter at the squadron as part of their daily duties.


HA


It's Never Been Easier to Get the



Supplies You Need.


S Government Purchase Orders, Government
Purchase Cards and Commercial Credit
Accounts Accepted


* Delivery Available


* Separate Pro Entrance and Checkout Lines


* Account Managers with Military and
Government Experience


* We Proudly Support MWR and Local
Community Events





SmartPay ,
GSA


--co ..near
iv
2005 Homer.TLO,
R, 1 00 I,






4 JaxAir NeOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006



Hitt takes helm of VP-16 'War


By Lt. j.g. Kevin Buszta
VP-16 Public Affairs Officer
On March 31, Cmdr. James
Hitt relieved Cmdr. Tad
Palmer when he assumed
command of the VP-16 "War
Eagles." This time-honored cere-
mony was held aboard NAS
Jacksonville at the Jay Beasley
Memorial Hangar.
While attending Santa Clara
University where he earned a
Bachelor of Science degree in
computer science, Hitt attended
NROTC at the University of
California at Berkeley unit, earn-
ing his commission in June 1987.
After earning his commission,
Hitt began primary flight train-
ing at VT-6, NAS Whiting Field in
Milton, Fla. He then reported to
VP-31 at NAS Moffett Field,
Calif. for initial maritime patrol
training.
In September 1989, he joined
VP-48 where he participated in a
split site deployment to Cubi
Point, Philippines and Kadena


Cmdr. James Hitt
AFB, Japan. After VP-48's decom-
missioning, Hitt transferred to
VP-40, joining the "Fighting
Marlins" early in .their 1991
Misawa, Japan deployment.
During his first tour he acted as
power plants branch officer,
readiness officer, special projects
officer, schedules officer, assistant
operations officer and pilot


Cmdr. Tad Palmer
NATOPS officer as well as
instructor pilot.
Upon completion of his first sea
tour in October 1992, he joined
VP-30 at NAS Jacksonville, the
Atlantic Fleet's Fleet Replace-
ment Squadron (FRS), completing
detachments to Mildenhall,
England; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil;
Rota, Spain; Brunswick, Maine;


and Whidbey Island, Wash.
Through FRS consolidation,
Hitt was assigned the duties of
aviation electrical/ instruments
and ordnance branch officer, fleet
projects officer and a
Commander, Naval Air Forces
Atlantic alternate pilot evaluator.
Hitt departed VP-30 in October
1995 and reported aboard USS
Constellation (CV 64) at NAS
North Island, San Diego as a cat-
apult and arresting gear officer.
During this tour he also sailed
with USS Kitty Hawk in support
of their flight operations.
While on board Constellation,
he served as aviation fuels divi-
sion officer and catapult and
arresting gear division officer and
qualified as officer of the deck
and assistant command duty offi-
cer and deployed on a Western
Pacific cruise and to the Arabian
Gulf in April 1997.
Hitt detached from USS
'Constellation in April 1998 and
reported to VP-30 for refresher
training before arriving at VP-1


Eagles'

for his department head tour.
While at VP-1, he deployed to
Diego Garcia and Bahrain. He
served as VP-i's safety/NATOPS
officer, assistant maintenance
officer, operations officer and
maintenance officer.
In November 2000, he was
assigned to Commander, Patrol
and Reconnaissance Wing Ten as
training officer, operations officer
and chief staff officer. In March
2005, Hitt assumed duties as
executive officer for VP-16.
Palmer is transferring to
Arlington, Va., to work in the
Office of the Secretary of Defense.


Help all children
become survivors.
800-822-6344 www.stjude.org
A CFC Participant Provided as a Public Service


HS-5 completes successful Hellfire shoot
By,Lt. Trevor Prouty rier strike group. ordnancemen, who ensure the weapon
HS-5 PAO Virtually every Sailor at HS-5, from is in proper working condition and


he "Nightdippers" of HS-5 uti-
lized the calm, clear weather of
late March to complete two suc-
cessful live fire missile shots off of the
Florida coast.
The squadron's HH-60H helicopters
can carry up to four highly effective
air-to-ground offensive Hellfire AGM-
114 missiles. This critical missile
allows HS-5 to efficiently execute its
antisurface warfare mission in its
efforts to support and defend the car-


the maintainers to the aircrew, con-
tributed to the completion of the live
missile exercises. According to Lt. j.g.
James Malvasio, a Nightdipper pilot,
the missile shots require in-depth
coordination from all- of the squadron
resources. He mentioned that
although the aircrew gets to experi-
ence the reward of the actual shot, it
is really the Sailors behind the scenes
that determine the outcome of the
live fire exercise. Especially essential
to the evolution are the HS-5 aviation


correctly loaded on the aircraft prior
to the shot. '
Malvasio summed up his shot by
noting, "The thrill of a live missile
coming off the rail is hard to explain.
Firing live ordnance from a gray air-
craft is exactly what we train for
everyday." The squadron's recent suc-
cessful missile shoots will continue to
establish their position as an offen-
sive asset in the modern carrier
strike group.


Safe Haven extension available for
BRITISH, GERMAN & ITALIAN
Hurricane Katrina military family members inO Cop'F a iD GIle
By Lt. Charles Gasque l" -sn,, ear trk r, p h tcOdabcdO73 Ird ,ar,
By Lt. Charles Gas que 664 Kingsley Ave. Ste 103 264-80581


Navy Family Disaster Assistance
F family members of
F Navy military per-
sonnel who were
affected by Hurricane
Katrina have been ap-
proved for extensions of
their "Safe Haven" bene-
fits. Current Safe Haven
and 100 percent per diem
allowances expire April 17.
The forms required to
request an extension of
Safe Haven, move to a des-
ignated place, or to receive
the 100 percent evacuation
allowances are available
through the chain of com-
mand or at the Navy
Family Disaster Assistance
Web site identified below.
The authority to extend
Safe Haven as required,
until Aug. 1, for depend-
ents of Navy military
members ordered to evacu-
ate military installations
in Louisiana, Mississippi
and' Alabama due to
Hurricane Katrina was
granted Feb. 13 by the
Under Secretary of
Defense for Personnel and
Readiness. Safe Haven
allowances are paid in
accordance with the Joint
Federal Travel Regula-
tions.
According to Comman-
der, Navy Installations
Command (CNIC) proce-
dures, Safe Haven exten-
sion authority beyond
April 17 has been delegat-
ed to regional commanders
and may be further dele-
gated to installation com-
manding officers, but not
below the grade of captain
(06).
The regional commander,
or installation command-
ing officer, if so delegated,
can extend Safe Haven
until Aug. 1, authorize
Navy military dependents
to 'move to a designated
place inside the Continen-
tal United States, or allow
dependents to return to
the location from which
they were evacuated (i.e.,
permanent duty station/
home port) on a case-by-
case basis.
"This extension will
allow military dependents
who are still residing in
temporary housing due to
Hurricane Katrina addi-
tional time (through Aug.
1) and associated evacua-
tion allowances to transi-
tion from temporary to
permanent housing.
Given this extension
authority has aided us


'a 8



.1
'.5,,.


tremendously in continu-
ing to take care of our
own," said Ron Ates, mili-
tary pay manager, CNIC
PASS Programs.
The rate of Safe Haven
allowances (per diem) will
be reduced from 100 per-
cent to 60 percent of the
Safe Haven location per
diem rate for dependents
12 years of age and older,
and from 50 percent to 30
percent for dependents
under 12 years of age.
Extension authority for
100 percent evacuation
allowances for families
remaining in Safe Haven is
retained with the deputy
chief of naval operations
(manpower, personnel,
training and education).
Evacuation allowances
for civilian employees and
their family members are
limited by law to 180 days.
Allowances for the


YUU IVL)LL 5 IU.
PLASIC-OOD
!EU-LAES-BAT
HOBBY WORL
72313d t a 7292
I15


.. Friday & Saturday...


Including other delectable entree's such as -
fried shrimp, clams, prime rib, vegetables, breads &
endless salad bar plus much, much more!

Join us between
.0 Sppm-lOpm for only $24.9
of Inside the Ramadal nn Mandarin
R E S T A U R NT 1I-295 & San Jose Blvd.
904.Z68.8080
R100837 .


Hurricane Katrina evacua-
tion for civilian employees
ended on Feb. 24.
Assistance with any
issues resulting from hur-
ricane devastation is avail-
able through the communi-
ty support centers (CSC)
located throughout the
areas affected by the 2005
hurricane season.
Case managers from the
CSC are available to assist
any member of the Navy
family which includes mili-
tary members, Navy civil-
ians, retirees, and depend-
ents.
Additional information
on the assistance available
and extension request
forms can be found on the
Navy Family Disaster
Assistance Web site at
www.navy.mil/ tfnf.html or
call the 24-hour hurricane
relief helpline at 877-414-
5358.
r I


UII


105 Foxridge Road Steven E. Crovatto, DMD, PA
Orange Park, FL 32065 &
(904) 272-0800 Megan R. Edwards, DMD
oc


'LOSMdiooITebuiSpedi*l

Mon-fri 1pm- 5pm
20 Tokens onkj $3 -30 Tokiens onlq $5
70 okes ol '10
VaI'd onI on qf dythat school is n session Valiat 1I.3ndirg Blvd- I.xat;.,nr, Jinly

iII OW

-- -- -- -- -- - - -- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- --I -- -- -- -- -

~ Efit
I ii~d .,anS~uim



#NO I NNW ftbm.f
jARll'~i('I. mHlIl Mumi


5







Iax Air NOws, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


Sailors should plan



now for summer move


From Fleet Industrial
Supply Center Jacksonville
According to Fleet Industrial Supply
Center (FISC) Jacksonville Director
of Navy Household Goods Southeast
Region Henry Bailey, Sailors moving this
summer should start preparing now. "A
good move doesn't just happen, it takes
detailed planning," he said.
Bailey recommends Sailors prepare for a
smooth move by keeping these tips in
mind:
As soon as you get your orders, do your
move counseling and application. Most
service members .can do their move coun-
seling and applications online using.Smart
Web Move, Navy Supply's Web-based pro-
gram that. services most routine moves. To
determine if you are eligible to use Smart
Web Move, go to: www.smartwebmove.nav-
sup.navy.mil. Service members and civil-
ians not eligible for Smart Web Move
should contact the local personal property
office to schedule move counseling. For
members living in the Jacksonville and the
Southeast Georgia area, the contact num-
ber is: 542-1000, Ext. 105.
Start sorting through household goods
now and set aside items you have decided
to put up for sale or donation. Service
members must keep all shipments within
their weight allowance or prepare to pay
for excess weight. A rule of thumb for esti-
mating the weight of your household goods
is to figure 1,000 pounds per full room.
Then add an appropriate estimate for out-
side equipment, garage items, washers,
dryers, and any other items not already
included.
When scheduling pickup or delivery,
select alternate dates in addition to your
preferred dates. During busy times, it
could be difficult to get the first date you
request. By establishing alternate dates
that work for you, inconvenient pickups
and deliveries can be avoided.
Do not schedule a pickup, or delivery,


for the day you are to close on the sale or
purchase of a home, or on the day you
must vacate a rental. Allow time for
unforeseen problems and last-minute
changes.
After the pickup date has been con-
firmed, only request changes in an emer-
gency. Date changes can lead to delays and
additional cost to the member.
Moves go smoother when you are easy
to contact. Provide your phone numbers;
cell phone numbers, and e-mail to the
Smart Web Move program or personal
property offices at origin and destination.
Include in-transit contact information.
Sailors with questions about household
goods transportation and storage entitle-
ments can contact the Navy Household
Goods Helpline at 1-800-444-7789 Monday
through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Eastern time, or contact the local personal
property office.
Find household goods move information.
online at http://www.navsup. navy.mil.
Select the "Products and Services" bar;
choose the "Quality of Service" tab; then
click "Household Goods."


S... -



Qo I 5
Photo courtesy of VS-2-2'
An S-3B from VS-22 conducts in-flight refueling with an F/A-18F Super Hornet of the VFA-11I.
"Red Rippers." .


VS-22 joins CVW-7
g


By Lt. James Wyman
VS-22 PAO
VS-22 added a new
chapter in its history
with a detachment
on board USS George
Washington (CVN 73). In
February, this 16-day
detachment marked the
first time that the
"Checkmates" of VS-22 flew
as a part of Carrier Air
Wing 17 (CVW-17).
VS-22 flew more than 130
hours and 80 sorties during
the detachment, including
the deck certification, pilot
carrier qualification and
several days of cyclic opera-


NAS Jacksonville establishes emergency hotline


From Staff


AS Jacksonville has
established a hot-
line for service
members, Department of
Defense employees, con-
tractors and their families
to call during an emergency
that warrants evacuation
such as a hurricane.
Evacuees can call 1-800-
849-6024 to check in with


the base upon arriving at
an evacuation destination
and to verify if the order to
return to the Jacksonville
area has been given. They
can also email the NAS
Jacksonville Emergency
Operations Center at nas-
jax.eoc.fct@navy.mil to
relay their status and ask
'for assistance.
Please keep in mind that
the hotline will not be



here's opportunity he


staffed by customer service
personnel and only pro-
vides recorded information.
It cannot be used to check
on weather conditions or
locate friends or family. The
hotline number and email
address are for use during
times of emergency only.
For more information,
contact the disaster.pre-
paredness office at 542-
5595.


i ISPERS



www.fccrimestoppers.com


tions. VS-22 stepped
impressively into their role
of providing electronic sur-
veillance, tanking, and sur-
face surveillance support for
a new air wing and ship.
VS-22 joins CVW-17 at an
exciting time. Replacing VS-
30, which was disestab-
lished last December as a
part of the S-3B Sun-down
Transition, VS-22 embarked
for the first time with a
Super Hornet squadron, the
"Red Rippers" of VFA-11.
VFA-11 recently complet-
ed their transition from the
F-14B Tomcat to the F/A-,
18F Super Hornet, earning
their safe-for-flight designa-


tion in December. ThI
Super Hornet will become
the Navy's only organic
tanker asset with the retired
ment of the S-3B. VS-22
took advantage of this ak-
sea period to start indoctri-
nating the Red Rippers in"o
the fine art of CVW tanker
support.
The Checkmates are ]ook-
ing forward to more success-
ful detachments with their
new team, CVW-17 and USS
George Washington. VS-2
members will complete dri,'
final deployment with theiii
new air wing before they ar&:
the last S-3B squadron to
disestablish in early 2009,,.


CIme oes'tpaybu wedo
CRI*ESOPPER

'-85TIS847

m uNaes.. oiucs.u.N.asls
PifobyteFoidaAtony eerls fi c


rip l- l bl -1, 1" S ;



Serve those who



serve our nation.







ENTER THE SALUTE OUR TROOPS SWEEPSTAKES*

At BB&T, we salute the commitment and bravery of our military men and women,
As a small token of our support, anyone opening a savings or checking account at
our financial center located at 6319 Roosevelt Blvd, beside NAS JAX and in front
of Super Target, will get a free "Support Our Tropps" roadster kit, while supplies
last. Also, BB&T will be making a $25 donation to Operation USO Care Package
for every deposit account opened during the month of April.

Plus, anyone who comes to the office can enter to win the Salute Our Troops
Sweepstakes. Drawing to be held April 28th.

GRAND PRIZE
30 GB iPod", Griffin" iTalk Voice Recorder,.a Bose' SoundDock and a $100 iTunes
gift card

FIRST PRIZE
1 of 2 iPod Shuffles

To find out what opportunities are waiting for you at BB&T, call 904-317-6100, visit
us online at BBT.com or better yet, stop by and say "Hello."

Lobby: M-Th 9-4:00 p.m., F 9-6:00 p.m. Drive-Thru: M-Th 8-5:00 p.m., F 8-6:00 p.m.
'NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Deposit a completed entry form In the receptacle provided at the Ortega-Roosevelt bank located at 6319 Roosevelt
Blvd, Jacksonville FL 32244 by April 28. Open to residents of the 50 United States and D.C., 18 years of age and older. Prizes: One grand prize winner
will receive a 30GB iPod, FM transmitter, iPod Voice Recorder, and a Bose SoundDock digital music system, and a $100 ITunes gift card (ARV $800;.
Two second prize winners will receive an IPod Shuffle (ARV $100). All prizes will be awarded. Odds of winning depend on number of entries received.
Subjectto additional restrictions contained in Official Rules, available at the Ortega financial center located at 6319 Roosevelt Blvd. Member FDIC.


Ma


Combine your vision with our expertise, 0
and the performance will be extraordinary.
That's the Power of Harmony. You and Us.



HARMONY HOMES
A Drees Company L


COMMUNITY LOT PLAN. SQ. FT FEATURES PRICE READY
Morse Oaks 2 Sanibel Isle 1627 4 Bed/2 Bath $196,570 NOW
904-777-3102 7 Lilly II 1602 3 Bed/2 Bath $196,540 NOW
15 Sanibel Cove 1836 4 Bed/2 Bath $209,520 NOW
*Special pricing. Must close on or before 4/30/06 and finance through First Equity Mortgage.


West Jacksonville
* Morse Oaks 777-3102
* Sandler's Preserve 777-3102
Coming Soon West Jacksonville
* Glenda's Meadow 777-3102
* Beatrice Walk 399-2501
* Bonita's Cove 399-2501


North Jacksonville
* North Campus 768-1608
* Oakbrook 757-8788
* Campus Hills 713-9335
Coming Soon
North Jacksonville
Dunn Creek Point 399-2501
Coming Soon Maccleny
Rolling Meadows 259-1421


CBC 057118 1


wt








6 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


It's not so bad


By Chaplain
(Lt.) Mylon Pope
NAS Jax Chapel
I think I am officially
beginning to get old.
None of us are im-
mune no matter how hard
we try to fight it or deny it.
Aging and all that goes
with it are inevitable.
I have begun to see the
usual changes that go with
aging. I can't quite do the
things I used to do, or if I
can, I don't do them quite
as well as I could before. I
am not nearly as fast as I
used to be when I run or do
anything else physical for
that matter.
You who are experienc-
ing what I am going
through know exactly what
I am talking about, and
those of you who don't will
understand one day.
I have also discovered
that it is not so bad to be
getting older. I have found

Volunteers

needed for

Summer

Program

From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
T he Red Cross Junior
Summer Volunteer
Program at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville is
accepting applications for
the summer session.
.If your teenager is
dependable, willing to
accept responsibility and
has a desire to help within
the community and meets
the requirements, then the
Junior Volunteer Summer
Program is for them.
Interested high school stu-
dents between the ages of
15 and 18 are encouraged
to apply before April 25.
Enrollment is limited, so
the applicants should apply
early. The Red Cross
Volunteer Chairman and
Junior Volunteer Chairman
will interview all junior
applicants for approval.
The Junior Volunteers
will be assigned to work in
designated areas of the hos-
pital under supervision of
the staff members. The
Junior Volunteer Program
requires a minimum of four
hours per week.
Applications must be
returned to the Red Cross
Office by April 25, with a
copy of the applicant's
immunization record and
current PPD. Orientation is
June 3-4. Call Christy Prall
at 542-7525 for more infor-
mation.

NMCRS offers

Budget for

Baby Classes
IT he Navy Marine Corp
Relief Society (NMCRS)
at NAS Jax offers
Budget for Babies classes
the first and third
Wednesday of each month.
These comprehensive class-
es are available to all mili-
tary personnel and their
family members. Participa-
tion of both parents is
encouraged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS vol-
unteer and financial plan-
ner helps the expecting par-
ents prepare a budget for
baby from birth through col-
lege.
At the conclusion of the
class each family is given
"baby's first sea bag", val-
ued at $100. The sturdy
canvas bag contains a.
Gerber layette and a blan-
ket knitted by NMCRS vol-
unteers.


The classes are held at
NMCRS in Building 13
from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the
first Wednesday of each
month and from 6-8 p.m. on
the third Wednesday.
To register or for more
information, call 542-3515.


Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
that as I get older, I appre-
ciate things more. I used to
think I would look forward
to seeing my kids get older,
and grow up, but now as it
is happening, I think it is
happening too fast. Before
I know it, they are going to
leave home. That day used
to seem like an eternity
away, now it seems like it
will be tomorrow.
I appreciate my parents


getting

more. As I get older, I also
realize that they are get-
ting older too. I used to
think that they would
always be around, but now
I am beginning to realize
how blessed I am to still
have them in my life and
how I hope that they will
be around a lot longer.
I have learned how great
it is to (gradually) grow old
with the woman I love, and
to appreciate every day I
have with her. I guess
what I am saying, is that I
have realized that I have
all the things I dreamed
about when I was a much
younger man, but now I
am just fully appreciating
exactly what they mean to
me.
When we are young we
are in such a hurry to find
the things we want, that
we sometimes forget about
the things that we really
need. When I was 21', I
thought it would be great


older


to be a millionaire and
drive a Mercedes.
Now at nearly 45, I will
probably never be a mil-
lionaire and I drive a 1991
Mercedes. I have discov-
ered that in order to be
happy, you need to fully
appreciate what you have.
We all seek fulfillment
and happiness in this life
and as I get older, I know
that I have found them.
Life is allowing me the
time to slow down and
truly cherish all the won-
derful blessings around
me.
Forty years from now
when I am a really old
man, I will look back and
say "wow." Today as a mod-
erately old man, I just look
around and say "thanks."
What do you see when you
look at your life? Or are
you "old" enough to under-
stand what I mean?


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Sa~ludey, "glI S. 5SJ
Sunday. $ARMfl9.V48M.Af
ADMI 13, 7 0 M
GoodPdday
Clay 01 F Eal A At.%rnt.
April 1-. 3 M
Solemn East.,Viol CaftbUioI
Swlurcay A'i''5 8630 p m
Easter Sunday
Sunday, Apdl I ift O90p~m.


Mmudy Thuwda

Enter Sundoy
ADri 16.0 30n R M -SUnrUSO MIM
7 15a m BS~owtu
8a5amm-*EaMorOJEtuohu


Fo om wsinfopmiotlaplaa:. cog 5.42- 3051/801


Your life is full of choices.

Fortunately, your homebuying decision is a no-brainer.

Low down payments, a maintenance-free lifestyle, and a home that's all yours for about the same
cost of renting. With incentives like these, you won't have to think twice about buying at Jennings Point.
Choose from six contemporary floorplan and design packages, and enjoy tons of on-site amenities.

Starting from the $140s. To learn more about owning a brand-new condominium at Jennings Point,
give us a call, or visit www.jenningspoint.com.








JENNINGS

*APOINTh
AT OAKLEAF PLANTATION


575 Oakleaf
Orange
Phone:


Plantation Parkway
Park, FL 32065
888-871-4677


Garden plots still

available
T here are still several garden
plots available at the NAS 7
Jax Community Garden for
those interested in growing their own
vegetables.
All active-duty members, their fami-
lies and retirees are eligible to use the
garden. The only stipulation to having a
plot is that you must maintain it on a regular
basis.
For more information, call Jack Davitt at 772-6974.






JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 7


'Pelicans' win Battle "E"


By Lt. j.g. James Hall!
VP-45 PAO
T he VP-45 "Pelicans" are the
Commander, Naval Air Force
Atlantic Fleet Patrol Squadron
Battle Efficiency Award winner for
2005. Behind every VP-45 operational
flight hour, completed sortie and
squadron milestone, stands an excep-
tional Pelican, who is committed to
ensuring the success of the command.
The squadron's ability to represent
the maritime patrol and reconnais-
sance community cannot be accom-
plished without the dedication, perse-
verance, and ingenuity of each and
every Sailor.
Commanding Officer Capt. Bill
Zirzow commented after the official
notification of the award. "I cannot be
more proud of the men and women of
VP-45. The have excelled in every
endeavor and risen to every challenge
over the past year," he said.
The Fleet Patrol Squadron Battle
Efficiency Award is given annually to
the maritime patrol squadron that
displays the highest level of efficiency.
and readiness in the fleet patrol


squadron community. VP-45 met all
mission tasking head on in 2005, cul-
minating in a challenging multi-site
deployment to Fifth and Seventh
Fleet areas of responsibility (AOR)
covering 16 countries including Iraq,
Afghanistan, Bahrain, Djibouti, Qatar,
Oman, Japan, Diego Garcia, Thailand,
Philippines, Australia, Singapore,
Indonesia, Guam, and South Korea.
For their efforts, VP-45 achieved an
outstanding 94 percent combat mis-
sion completion rate.
VP-45 was the first East Coast P-3
squadron to deploy to the central com-
mand AOR since the Vietnam era and
supported Operations Iraqi and
Enduring Freedom. VP-45 carried out
a historical first by standing up a for-
ward operating base at All Air Base,
Iraq. On a daily basis, VP-45 provided
critical real time intelligence to the
Marines and Soldiers fighting on the
ground. In addition, VP-45 conducted
an unprecedented re-deployment as
they moved all operations from the
maritime patrol and reconnaissance
central command hub located at NSA
Bahrain to Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar


without missing a single operational
mission. VP-45 was also nominated
for the 2005 Arleigh Burke Award, an
award given to the most improved
squadron.
VP-45 would like to congratulate
the following squadron members for
their individual accomplishments: Lt.
Frank Loethen was selected as the
Association of Naval Aviation Rear
Adm. A.C. Read Navigator of the Year,
ADCS(AW) Toby Hutchens was
awarded the Association of Naval
Aviation Outstanding Achievement
Award for Outstanding Chief Petty
Officer, Lt. Cmdr. Ronald White Jr.
was nominated for the Capt. Virgil
Lemmon Award, Lt. Magdiel Rosario
was nominated for the Association of
Naval Aviation U.S. Atlantic Fleet
Pilot of the year and AME1(AW/NAC)
Jeffrey Adkins was nominated for the
Association of Naval Aviation U.S.
Atlantic Fleet Aircrewman of the Year.
VP-45's selection as the 2005 Battle
Efficiency Award winner reflects an
impressive level of excellence in every
measurable category of operations.


Every cigarette you smoke

takes 7-fr minutes off

your life.

How much time do you have left
Wellness Center Tobacco Cessation is
Every Monday and Tuesday.
Call 542-5292 to live!


Happy babies and toddlers

Pediatrician Dr. Harvey Karp to share secrets with military families


From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
he man with the se-
cret to the "Happiest
Baby On The Block,"
Dr. Harvey Karp will visit
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville on Saturday.
Karp will speak at two
presentations as the guest
of Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville's Pediatrics De-
partment, which is celebrat-
ing the "Month of the
Military Child" and observ-
ing "Child Abuse Preven-
tion Month."
The first presentation for
health and childcare pro-
viders will be held at 10
a.m. Another presentation
will be offered to military
families at 1 p.m.
Karp is America's most
read pediatrician. He has
appeared numerous times

/


Dr. Harvey Karp
on Good Morning America,
The Dr. Phil Show, ABC
News World News Tonight,
CNN and many national
radio programs. He has lec-
tured extensively, national-
ly and internationally, to
conferences of health care
professionals.
His work has also been
featured in Associated


Press, People Magazine, the
New York Times and dozens
of newspapers across the
country as well as Time,
Newsweek, and many other
national magazines.
A pediatrician and child
development specialist for
25 years, Karp is an assis-
tant professor of pediatrics
at 'UCLA School of Medi-
cine, with a private practice
in Santa Monica, Calif.
He is also a nationally re-
nowned expert on children's
health and the environ-
ment, and an authority on
breastfeeding.
Karp's latest book and
award winning video (Ban-
tam Books) "The Happiest
Baby On The Block: The
New Way to Calm Crying
and Help Your Baby Sleep
Longer," is touted. to solve:
the 3,000-year-old puzzle
"What causes colicky cry-


ing?" and more importantly
he answers the question,
"How can parents soothe
their baby's screams in min-
utes ... or less?"
The book and video has
received rave reviews from
child rearing experts, media
and parents.
Former Surgeon General
of the United States Julius
Richmond, MD, said "Dr.
Karp's book is fascinating.
It will guide new parents
for many years to come."
Elisabeth Bing, co-founder
of Lamaze International
said, "The Happiest Baby
on the Block is fun and con-
vincing. I highly recom-
mend it."
Karp previously pub-
lished "The Happiest
Toddler on the Block" which
was a New York Times best
seller and Amazon.com's #1
new parenting book of 2004.


The book focused, on "The
new way to stop toddler
'melt-downs' in seconds and
eliminate 50-90 percent of
tantrums within days...
and raise a more patient
and cooperative young


child.
This event is just one
more way that Naval
Hospital Jacksonville is
bringing you the very .best
in family-centered health-
care.


jorTi RiA


Active duty and retired members of the military
along with their families and survivors have access
to all seven Solantic walk-in urgent care locations in
the Jacksonville area. So, when you or a family
member require urgent care, we're here to help you get
better. Stop by and learn a new meaning for,"Attention."

Whether you have a fever, sprain, cut or burn, we have convenient
locations all over town for your family's urgent care needs. You never
need an appointment. And our staff of professionals will make sure you're
feeling better and on your way fast.

Our on-site facilities and Solantic Rx pharmacy services keep you from
running around for things like lab samples and cultures, X-rays or common
prescription medications. We've got it all under one roof, to take care of
you quickly with as little hassle as possible. 9


ajumiiies.


We even make paying a less stressful experience,
because you'll know from the start that you're
covered byTRICARE. So when you're not feeling
well, come see us. We'll put you at ease in no time.
Doesn't that make you feel better?


Ssolantic
walk-in urgent care

Great care. Fast and fair.


re re on active duty

Ir40AIr mIe






8 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


/


And they're off! Navy Run participants take off at the sound of a cannon fired by the NAS Jax Weapons Department Saturday.


Danda Oglesby and Vanessa Mehegah, massage therapy students from Florida Metropolitan
University, work on Naval Hospital Jacksonville Reservist Cmdr. Connie Lorey before the start of
the Navv Run.


More than 400 people participated in the Capt. Charles Cornett Navy Run at NAS
Jacksonville Saturday.


NAS lax hosts 28th



Annual Navy Run


ByJ1O Mike England
Assistant Editor


;Navy Run volunteers Julie Kieffer (left) and Jenny Wallace register AZ2(SW) Catricia Roberson of
Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment Jacksonville for last Saturday's run.


Retired Lt. Cmdr. John Metzgar crosses the finish line first with a time of 33:35.


More than 400 service mem-
bers, civil service civilians,
retirees, their families and
runners from the Jacksonville commu-
nity turned out for NAS Jacksonville's
28th annual Capt. Charles Cornett 10K
Navy Run Saturday.
The event, which was renamed in
honor of NAS Jacksonville's former
executive officer, featured a 10-kilome-
ter competitive run, a five-kilometer
non-competitive walk, and a shoe fair in
the Navy Exchange (NEX) parking lot.
"It took a lot of hard work by our vol-
unteers to make this race happen, but
the end results made it all worthwhile,"
said NAS Jax Fitness Director Tim
McKinney, who coordinated the event.
The festivities began at six in the
morning with a few runners registering
late and others taking extra time to
stretch or to get a rub down at the mas-
sage tables set up by Florida
Metropolitan University at the NEX
parking lot. A few minutes before the
start of the race, the runners assembled
at the starting line on Child Street
between the NEX and the post office.
After the Navy Band Southeast
played the national anthem, NAS Jax
Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
offered some opening remarks and.
yelled "On your mark, get set go!" at
which point a cannon .was fired by the
base weapons department to start the
race.
Runners competing in the 10K race
wore specialized championship chips on
their shoes to keep track of their times.
However, not every 10K runner was
there for the first place trophy. Many of
them just ran the course for fun.
"NAS Jacksonville is a great place to
run," said Navy Run participant Harvey
Warnock. "The Navy Run is a can't miss
event for me. It's a lot of fun."
James Wade, a retired National
Guard staff .'rgy.-:lt, says the Navy
Run helps keep him motivated. "I love
the tradition involved," Wade said. "The
Navy Run is very motivating; it gives
me a something to train for."
After starting the race on Child


Street, the course turned right at Akron
Street, left on Allegheny and out to
Perimeter Road along Highway 17.
Runners were then taken along the
perimeter of the base before coming out
behind the housing area on Mustin
Road. The course then continued down
Mustin past the golf course and up to
Enterprise Street where the runners
turned left before heading down the
stretch to the finish line.
The first person to cross the finish
line with a time of 33:31 was retired Lt.
Cmdr. John Metzgar. He was followed
by SK3 Michael French of HS-5, who
crossed at 34:17 and Jose Dominguez,
who finished with a time of 36:38.
Patti Stewart-Garbrecht won the
women's division with a time of 39:27.
She was followed by Sandra Nacoste at
40:25 and Susan Miller at 44:21.
After the race, participants gathered
to remember the race's namesake, Capt.
Charles Cornett. Cornett, who was
executive officer of NAS Jacksonville
from June 1978 until his retirement in
June 1980, founded the Navy Run 28
years ago and was also an active mem-
ber of many civic organizations in
Jacksonville.
He participated in 96 marathons
including the Boston Marathon and
Marine Corps Marathon and was a co-
founder of the Florida Striders in 1978.
Cornett passed away June 25, 2004, but
is remembered by his friends and fami-
ly as a vibrant, energetic man who was
the bedrock of the Jacksonville running
community.
"Charlie was a great man and a great
executive officer," said Retired Capt. Joe
Purtell, who was Cornett's commanding
officer during his tenure at NAS Jax.
"I'll always remember his energy and
enthusiasm."
Cornett's wife, Betty, who was on
hand to pass out awards, was touched
that NAS Jax took the time to recognize
her husband's contributions. "He
worked so 'hard to build up
Jacksonville's \running community
because he cared very deeply for this
sport and his community."


Jf


Lim IN"Vy MUIR.


HIA I
ju -W I I









Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 9


Navy Band Southeast plays the national anthem just before the start of the race. Retired Capt. Joe Purtell, former NAS
Jacksonville commanding officer, shares his
memories of his former executive officer
... Capt. Charles Cornett.
I, '


Navy Run participant James Wade tries on a new pair of running
shoes at the Navy. Run Shoe Fair prior to the start of the race
Saturday.


Navy Run participant Harvey Warnock stretches out before the
start of the race.


Patti Stewart-Garbrecht comes in at 39:27, a time
good enough for first place in the women's open
division.


Sandra Nacoste was the second woman across the finish line at 40:25.


JoseDominquez finished third in the men's open division with a time of 36:38.








10 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


Marriage and


By Lt. Cmdr. Scott Olivolo
Special Contributor
As summer rapidly
approaches, so does
the wedding season
and many thoughtful dis-
cussions from how to raise
the future kids to whose rel-
atives to visit on Thanks-
giving and Christmas.
However, oftentimes the
subject of money takes a
back seat to other important
issues.
Unfortunately, love does
not overcome disagreements
over saving and spending-
but rather silence regarding
personal finance issues
invariably leads to fights
and power struggles in the
relationship.
According to Lauren Gad-
kowski, a financial planner
in.Covington, La., "Talking
about money does not mean
you are going to fight about
money. But if you do not
talk about money, then that
is where the problems
begin."
So, if you are 20 years old
getting hitched for the first
time or in your 50s planning
your third wedding, there
are several items you should
discuss with your sweetie
before walking down the
aisle.
1. How much do you have
saved and how much debt


do have accumulated? A
candid discussion of this
issue will not only reveal
how much cash and invest-
ment your partner has, but
also how much (and the
type of) debt your future
spouse has amassed.
For instance, $30,000 of
debt from college loans may
not be a major issue.
However, $30,000 in credit
card and consumer debt can
highlight the fact that one
or both partners are not
responsible with money.
A history of irresponsible
financial decisions is some-
thing that should be dis-
cussed way in advance of
getting married.
2. What are your financial
goals? Yeah, I know this
sound like a clich6, but if
one partner wants to be a
millionaire and debt free by
the age of 55 and the other
partner wants to accumu-
late as many fancy cars and
consumables without regard
for debt, this is a major
problem.
A couple with such con-
flicting financial goals
should chat very seriously
about what is truly impor-
tant to them, and set realis-
tic goals both partners can
accept. According to Mike
Ross, from Vystar Credit
Union, "Marriage brings a
myriad of personal finance


money
issues to the table. First is
the need for planning every-
thing from basic budgeting,
credit card management,
and investing for the
future."
3. What are your career
goals? What does this have
to do with money, you ask?
Plenty! Many marriages
are thrown into a tailspin
when they have their first
child, and the wife decides
she wants to be a full-time
working mother.
Mean-while, the husband
thought his wife wanted to
return immediately to the
office because, "she always
enjoyed working outside the
home." This is clearly a
decision that needs to be
discussed pre-child.
4. Separate or joint
accounts? Many young cou-
ples assume they must have
a joint checking account.
Not true. Jumping into a
joint account is not neces-
sarily the right thing to do,
especially if the spouses do
not know each other's
spending habits.
On the other 'hand, sepa-
rate accounts may not be
the right fit either, since
hiding financial decisions is
easier. The bottom line is to
discuss how both of you
want to handle the family
finances and develop an
account structure that


issues

works best for the family-
perhaps three accounts-
his, hers and ours!
5. Get real with your
understanding of money.
Unfortunately, good money
management skills are not
something they teach you in
high school or college. Do
you and your spouse under-
stand the basics of checking
or savings accounts, how
credit cards really work, and
401K (Thrift Savings Plan)
or IRA basics?
If not, taking a class or
contacting a fee-only finan-
cial planner is most highly
recommended.
"The Navy Marine Corps
Relief Society and command
financial specialists are
great resources for advice on
personal financial issues-
as well as military-friendly
credit unions such as
Vystar," Ross said.
So, before tying the knot
this summer, make sure you
and your honey are on the
same financial page. Doing
so will help you better
understand your partner
and better your chances to
realize your hopes and
dreams for the future.
Olivolo is the command
financial specialist at the Navy
Medicine Support Command,
NAS Jacksonville. He can be
reached at saolivolo@nmsc,.
med.navy.miL


NMCRS Fund Drive over halfway mark


By Staff
The 2006 Na-
vy-Marine
Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS)
Fund Drive is just
over the halfway
point. NAS Jack-
sonville commands
already have col-
lected $94,964 and
are well on the way
to surpassing the
base goal of
$183,628.
The fund drive is
held each year to
generate donations
to benefit the local
NMCRS an orga-
nization that as-
sists hundreds of
Sailors and Ma-
rines and their fam-
ilies each month
during financial
hardships. By dona-
ting during the
ffidd ylrit-. q iep.


Navy boosts



enlistment



bonus ratings

By Jeffrey Nichols
Commander Navy Recruiting Command Public Affairs
The Navy has implemented a new Naval Special
Warfare/Naval Special Operations (NSW/NSO)
enlistment bonus program. The new program
offers a $40,000 enlistment bonus for those who sign
up and qualify for a SEAL contract. This became effec-
tive in February 2006.
After enlisting in the Navy, there are two ways that
a recruit can enter one of the NSW/NSO programs.
One is while the candidate is in the Delayed Entry
Program and successfully passes the physical standard
test (PST), he can be guaranteed a SEAL contract
-before boot camp. The second is by volunteering to take
the SEAL challenge during recruit training. Once basic
training is completed, they begin the NSW/NSO train-
ing pipeline.
During different training milestones, candidates will
begin receiving partial payments of their respective
bonuses. If a candidate passes the PST for their partic-
ular program, they will receive $1,000 of their bonus
when they complete boot camp. If they pass the PST
with a higher score (already established level) they
will be given $2,000 at the completion of boot camp.
The maximum bonus is slightly different for each
program:
SEAL: up to.$40,000
Explosive Ordinance Disposal: up to $30,000
Diver: up to $25,000
Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman: $18,000
For more information on becoming a SEAL, visit
www.na'v.cornmabout/'navylifei.ondu ty/seals/.


NMCRS Fund-drive, so far!


The following are the goals and total contri-
butions of local commands:


Command
AIMD Jax
ASD Jax
ASTC
B. C 4TH
AABN Inspector
CBMU-202
Detail Jax
CNRSE
CSCWL
CV-TSC Ashore
CNATTU
DCS
DVECC
EFA Southeast
FACSFAC Jax
FASOTRAGRULANT
FISC Jax
CHSWL
HS-3
HS-5
HS-7
HS-11
HS-15


Goal
$12.430
$858
$528

$440

$1,232
$1,1496
$1,166
$462
$4,444
$132
$462
$374
$1,980
$440
$462
$704
$5,000
$5,000
$5,000
$5,000
$5,000


Total Contributions
*$5,222
$1,091
$554

$0


$0
$901
$2,092
$0
$6,284
$185
$2,420
$900
$2,207
$0
$649
$960
$0
$0
$0
$6,717
$900


Command Goal
NAVCOMTELSTA Jax $2,046


Navy Band
Southeast
NMC
Reserve Center
Naval Hospital Jax
NLMOF
Navy Drug Lab
NLSO
NMSC
NRD Jax
PATRONWING 11
PSD Jax
REDCOM SE
Rescue
Swimmer School
Southeast Region
Cal. Lab.
SCWS
TPU
VISC
VP-5
VP-16
VP-30
VP-45
%10r-O ~e


$1,122

$572
$21,318
$594
$88
$418
$1,254
$3,850
$3,366
$1,518
$792

$418

$968
$550
$968
$242
$9,000
$9,000
$23.100
$9,000


Total Contributions
$0

$0

$0
$8,693
$1,126
$0
$624
$2,310
$0
$2,384
$1,376
$424

$804


$1,012
$1,540
$1,038
$0
$7,957
$4,275
$0
$11,350
Qslla.n


I----.,.- f C7 ,'



&D Mothers who smoke approximately 10 cigarettes
a day cause 8,000-26,000 new cases of asthma
among their children in America annually.
VE 200,000 -1 million children with asthma have
their conditions worsened by smoking mothers.
Vi) Infants exposed to second hand smoke are more
prone to inner ear infections, pneumonia, and
bronchitis.


member arveM b8 po 1 Tobac-co use is directlyassociated with
members are taking MIUW Unit 207 $286 $0 VR 58 $3,014 $2,251 Tobacco use is directly associated with
care of their own. NAS Jax $10,934 $2,352 VS-22 $5,000 $3,448 complications of pregnancy, early menopause,
To donate, please NATEC Det Jax $44 $120 VS-24 $5,000 $0 and reduced fertility.
contact your com- NAVAIR Jax $704 $908 VS-31 $5,000 $7,033 Ei Smoking is associated with increased risk of
mand keypersoni NAVAIRES Jax $1,144 $2,019 VS-32 $5,000 $0 miscarriage, still birth, pre-term delivery, infant
today. death, low birth weight.

Computer training offered on base through FCCJ Lg cancemsokillsthreetimesmore
-From the Navy College the first 18 people. This person and will be open to To register, visit the
Office initial class will be offered all personnel who.have FCCJ office on base in WELLNESS CENTER
as a two-day, four-hour ses- access to the base. There is Building 110 or call 632- WELLNESS CENTER
WT he Navy College sion May 17-19 from 8:30 a separate, non-refundable o it I 542 292
Offices in partner- a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The one-time $15 registration 5061 or 771-3979 or e-mail Line: 542-5292
Ship with Florida class will be held in the fee for the first-time FCCJ agreenhu@ fccj.edu or
Community College at FCCJ Computer Lab in student. bfoote@fccj.edu.
T_-1.a.i V1 I -w T W 11 ._ 11 ill 1


Jacksonvile( IVl UJJ) will
offer computer training in
the FCCJ on-base comput-
er lab.
The first class, Resume
Writing Using Word, is
free to active duty service
members and their family
members.
Enrollment is limited to


Building J.IU.
Additional classes will
follow with the following
topics:
* Learn to Budget Through
Excel
* Business Writing Using
Word
These classes will be
offered at a rate of $79 per


uideDo You See a
undaton Puppy...
zEoundation
For The Blind, Inc."

371 Easi Jericho Turnpike
Smithtown. NY 11787 .
1-800-548-4337
www.guidedog.org A Blind Person
X, .,., .jr. i Prooi.,a aut..nc, r.,,v 6Sees the W world.


THEi I Resident Manager on Site

t nmAF o 5661 Timuquana Road
,S O HA Jacksonville, FL 32210
I Bi I Call: 904-777-0868
I U5 E Fax: 904-777-0867

Cal For Mii tary 3pecat
Climate Controlled & Regulated storageUn
1o00140 Self Stolrae


Open for Lunch & Dinners
calS *Daily Lunch Specials
ts Bar & Grill *.Open Mic Every Thurs
12 TV's to choose from -
TEXAS HOLD'em Pick the game you watch or
S*. Tuesday @ 7:30 watch them all.
S Free to Play 5393 Roosevelt Blvd.
\ ...... '_388-4220 ,,,,,


eBDg Mo* D han\PAMS HOMESnw.t-H.

Building More Than Just A Home


- u 5.75/day with military ID- 1900% Cc
,'Brlimsad fr.piaI,-4


Hidden Oaks Ranch 904-291-9312
Silver Creek 904-406-2042
Fox Hill Farms \904-693-6574
Pinecrest 04-786-4551


Prices subject to change without 'Otice a
iww.adamshomes.com


CBC043518


The Lo
Spor


DAI LY '
LUNCH & DINNER
I PECIALl I


CB 518 ]


I






Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 11


Massage therapy offered daily on base


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
new massage thera-
pist and aesthetician
has arrived at the
NAS Jax Fitness Source,
allowing the center to offer
an array of therapy treat-
ments every day except
Sunday to customers who
are looking to enjoy the.ben-
efits this ancient healing art
can offer.
Massage Therapist Karen
Mills was recently hired
here to allow the fitness
center to better serve their
customers by offering them
more flexible appointment
times on more days.
Although the center and
the base gym have offered
massage therapy for many
years, the therapists only
work on a part-time basis.
Mills, a 2003 graduate of
the Southeastern School of
Neuromuscular and Mas-
sage Therapy, has worked
for numerous doctors and
chiropractors within the
local area in the past couple
of years.
"I recently married a mili-
tary flight surgeon who is
stationed with VP-30 here
and realized there is pretty
much an untapped market
by offering massage therapy
to military members at a
low cost. So I walked in here
one day and said I'd like to
work here," explained Mills,
enthusiastically.
Mills said she became a
massage therapist and aes-
thetician after waking up
one morning at 4 a.m. with
a revelation that this is
something she needed to do.
."I immediately jumped on
the computer and did some
research on massage
schools. A week later I was
enrolled. There is such a
need for this and I enjoy
helping people feel better
through touch therapy.
Touch therapy is crucial in
everyone's life from birth
through the elderly years.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Massage Therapist Karen Mills works out some kinks in a
client's back during a massage session. Mills is available for
massage therapy at the NAS Jax Fitness Source Wednesdays,
Friday and Saturdays. For an appointment, call 542-3518.


It's beneficial not only phys-
iologically and emotionally,
but it enhances hormone
levels, stimulates the body
systems and just makes
people feel better all
around;" Mills continued.
Mills is experienced in
several different types of
massage including neuro-
muscular, Swedish, deep tis-
sue and Hawaiian Lomi
Lomi.
"I do a combination of all
of these during a session.
With my neuromuscular
training I go after pain
referral patterns, trigger
points and basically what-
ever I find the client needs.
It's just a matter of combin-
ing all the therapies togeth-
er, where they're needed on
the body," she said.
"I can relate to my clients
because I've had two auto-
mobile accidents back-to-
back so I know a lot about
the injuries that I'm dealing
with firsthand. I am also
able to do some education


on exercises and things they
can do on their own to make
them feel better," added
Mills.
Mills is available on
Wednesday, Fridays and
Saturday by appointment
only. As a licensed /estheti-
cian, she also offers
European facials, skin care
treatments, and leg and foot
therapy. In the near future,
she hopes to provide some
community outreach classes
for military personnel on
the base.
"I'd like to offer some
classes for parents of ath-
letes on how to help their
children warm up before
sporting events to prevent
injuries. I'd also like to
teach a marriage enrich-
ment course for military
couples on touch therapy by
showing them how to give
their spouses a good mas-
sage," Mills said.
Another massage thera-
pist fills in the other days at
the center.


"I'm here on Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday.
Although I work on an
appointment basis, I'm
sometimes available for
walk-ins or if someone sus-
tains an injury while work-
ing out," stated Cida
Tamayo, a licensed massage
therapist since 1995 who
has worked at the fitness
center for the past eight
years. "I provide the type of
massage an individual's
body needs. Some people
just enjoy relaxing mas-
sages, while others have
specific problems and need
more neuromuscular or acu-
pressure massage."
"The clients here are won-
derful and I'm always
happy to help them. When
they see me in the gym
while they are working out,
they can always come, to me
with questions. I'm a sports
and fitness therapist and
trainer and I really enjoy
teaching people how to work
out properly so they don't
sustain injuries," she added
enthusiastically.
At the base gym, Massage
Therapist Sally Burton also
'offers massage services by
appointment only. She is
also a licensed aesthetician.
Burton, a therapist since
1989, also specializes in.
Swedish, sports and deep-
tissue.
All three therapists agree
that massage definitely pro-
vides overall health bene-
fits, relieving stress and
pain and improving circula-
tion and movement of mus-
cles and joints throughout
the body.
"I think that massages
and facials can positively
affect a person's mind, body
and spirit," Burton said.
"Massage is beneficial in
that it provides overall cir-
culation throughout the
body. Between regular
workouts and massage ther-
apy, it will help heal the
body, especially when a per-
son has injured themselves.


It also helps circulate fluid
in the joints, release tension
and helps you sleep. A one-
hour massage is equivalent
to eight hours of sleep,"
Tamayo continued.
"One thing, I'd like to
remind people is that when
they have a repetitive
injury it's important to treat
that injury like a new one.
Heat might feel good on an
injury, but through all my
studies, I've learned that ice
works much better in heal-
ing sprains and pulled mus-


cles," she said.
Massages here, just like
at a massage center in
town, are offered in a pri-
vate setting. Customers are
covered with a sheet as the
therapist works out the
kinks in the neck, back, arm
and leg muscles.
Today, more people are
learning the benefits of
massage therapy. To make
an appointment at the fit-
ness center, call 542-3518,
and for the base gym, call
542-3239.


Massage Therapist Cida Tamayo gives a client a chair massage
at the NAS jax Fitness Source. Tamayo offers massages at the
center Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. For an appoint-
ment, call 542-3518.


''I


A warrior for life
Just like her daddy
Sw ho,, K il, i, Ii u o irI ilI .. L rl. l r rl,,.Lni,
're,eicd hiritg, n -.i cr r hild U .d ,.
Butal ,h k.,h I', l ,- J c I'lIlg r Plu Iil,,i: hI r I'ji.er
andm r-.% h,'le .i i rr innil bcr- ', d
lom l l v 1 11 I'tJ'l ll JllL .hld.N.-.IJ jrciC'. l L ', w
800-822-6344
, www.stjude.org St. Jude Chledrens
,,,,Research Hospital


When you purchase a new townhome in Biscayne Bay, we'll make your move a lot
easier. Not only will $1,000 move you in to your brand new Ryland home, but
once you're in, leave the maintenance to us! Visit our four beautifully furnished
models today and discover the easy life at Biscayne Bay.


Plus $5C,000



Design Center Options


For more iOformation, call 904-757-8283
or visit us online at ryland.com.


Maintenance-Free Living
Low Monthly Payment
Homes from the mid $ 100's
2-3 Bedrooms, 2 '/2 Bathrooms
I Car Garage
Swimming Pool &Tot Lot
Convenient to the Airport
* Easy Access to 1-295 at Duval Rd.





RYLAND HOMES'
America's Home Builder ryland.com


Offe vaid hrogh Aril 30 206 a onl wih te ue o Rylnd ortageand ylad Ttle Ofer god or 04159.
Bisaye ayinth Jtkon i iiinol.Pi ces, pasadspcfcton ujc o hnewthu oie.CC223


R112744








12 J8X Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


LEADERSHIP: Symposium a learning experience


DEBT: Don't overextend
From Page 2


From Page 1


Photo byJO1 Mike England
YNCS(SW/AW) Richard Ward was of several speak-
ers at the NAS Jacksonville Combined Command
First Class Association Leadership Symposium. He
spoke to the first classes in attendance about what it
means to be a leader in the Navy.


sium a more relaxed feel so
the participants could net-
work and to communicate
one-on-one," said CCFCA
Vice-President PS1(AW)
Yvette Baker. "The Sailors
are more relaxed and more
apt to participate and speak
how they feel."
The participants took maxi-
mum advantage of the oppor-
tunity to freely voice their
opinions and to seek informa-
tion from fellow Sailors.
"It's a learning experience
and a great way to see what
other first-class petty officers
have to offer," said SK3(SW/
SCW) Jose Diaz, who came
all the way from Corpus
Christi, Texas to attend the
symposium. "The speakers
have been very informative
and I've learned a lot just


talking to the other first class
petty officers here."
Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Rear Adm. Mark
Boensel closed out the sympo-
sium by telling the attendees
that they have a responsibili-
ty to future generations of
Sailors to be good leaders.
"You will set the pace and
tone for the Navy for the next
two generations of Sailors,"
Boensel said. "At this point,
I'm sure all of you are mas-
ters of your respective crafts.
However, once you advance to
the next level, your craft will
become secondary to your
role as a leader. It's time for
all of you to take charge and
make the jump to the next
level."
For more information on
the CCFCA, contact PS1(AW)
Yvette Baker at 542-2486,
Ext. 154.


WOMEN'S HISTORY: Marine pilot is guest speaker for event
From Page 1


Whiting Field., the ambitious pilot
ranked one in her class and one
among the last 200 to graduate. As
the top graduate, she made the NAS
Whiting Field's prestigious com-
modore's list, received the Academic
Achievement Award and made histo-
ry as the first African-American
female Marine Corps aviator.
After flight school, Armour took an
assignment at Camp Pendleton
Marine Corps Air Station near San
Diego and honed her skills piloting
'the famed AH-1W Super Cobra
Helicopter.
In March 2003, she was recognized
as the Department of Defense's first
African American female combat
pilot, when she flew above the
deserts of Iraq in her missile-
equipped AH-1W Super Cobra,
engaging the enemy and scouting the
roads from her cockpit, making sure
they were safe for her fellow Marines
and soldiers on the ground. She went
on to complete two combat tours in
the gulf.
She is currently stationed at
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar
in San Diego and will be executing
orders in December, moving her to
Quantico, Va., to become an Equal
Opportunity Officer for Headquar-
ters, U.S. Marine Corps.
According YN1 Danyell Rowland,'
president of the Multi-Cultural
Awareness Committee, it was a priv-
ilege and an honor to have Armour
as guest speaker.
"To share this historic moment
with Sailors and civilians aboard the
base and to have women's accom-
plishments openly show-cased is
very educational," she .said. "Is won-
derful to have Capt. Armour among
us today. She is a remarkable, inspi-
rational female officer. Who would


'I


\~\\ K~


Li


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Women's History Month guest speaker U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Vernice Armour
greets 4-year-old twins, Jalin (center) and Jayla Farrie during the breakfast aboard
the base March 29. Escorting the twins is their father, EMC(SW/AW) Benjamin
Farrie of Southeast Regional Calibration Center.


spouse of EMC(SW/AW) Benjamin
Farrie of Southeast Regional
Calibration Center, moving the audi-
ence to tears with inspirational
songs.


have thought that the U.S. Armed
Forces would someday have women
fighter pilots."
The event concluded with Vicki
Farrie, a local recording artist and


CNIC signs memorandum with Veterans of Foreign Wars


By Ed Wright
Commander, Navy Installations
Command Public Affairs
commander, Navy In-
stallations Command
(CNIC) signed a
Memorandum Of Under-
standing (MOU) in March
with the Veterans of Foreign
Wars of the United States
(VFW) to provide assistance
to Sailors and their families
on military installations.
CNIC Chief of Staff, Capt.
John Cohoon and VFW
Commander in Chief, James
Mueller signed the agree-


ment that formalizes rela-
tionships targeted toward
enhancing quality family
support services to military
personnel through the orga-
nization's Military Assist-
ance Program (MAP).
"Organizations like VFW
fill the voids for the Sailors
and make sure that we don't
let them drop through the
cracks," Cohoon said. "What
you do is extremely impor-
tant to what we do."
Under the program, the
VFW will offer assistance in
keeping military-personnel


from overseas or to their
families while the Sailor is
deployed," Cohoon said. "I
applaud you for what you do
for us and hope that we can
continue to work together as
we move down the road."
For more information on
the VFW, visit www.vfw.org.

HOBBY WORLD
You'll like our selection.
Your wallet will Ik our
price. 2.._
7273 103rd St. Jax 772-9022
175 Blanding Blvd. OP 272-6315
R100838 Www.hobbvworld.biz -


in touch through Operation
Uplink, a program that dis-
tributes pre-paid phone
cards to troops and hospital-
ized veterans. Emergency
financial relief funds are
also made available to quali-
fying military families need-
ing assistance. The organi-
zation offers employment
assistance to military spous-
es and personnel preparing
for transition from military
service to civilian-sector
careers as well.
"You provide assistance to
those Sailors who return


and how you want to fix it.
Most of them will work with you to help pay. off yo.iir
debts. It's cheaper for them in the long run to work with
you.
Listen to their proposals and negotiate a workable solu-
tion. Never blow off the payments though. Talk to them
about partial or smaller payments. Again, they will work
with you to get something over nothing.
Now comes the really hard part breaking out the scis-
sors and getting rid of the plastic. Using the cards only
increases your debt, so live on cash or checks for now. If you
don't have the funds to cover a check, don't bounce it. Live
without whatever you were going to buy.
The best idea is to give yourself a small allowance in
favor of using credit cards. Once that runs out, you're done
spending. If you have leftover allowance, it should go to
debt reduction or savings, not into the next week's
allowance.
You have a plan now, and it's working. You're on the wa'y
out of debt. Great! You're done.
Not exactly.
You're doing great to work yourself out of the problem,
but now you need to train yourself not to get back into debt.
You need to learn how to spend smarter. That budget you
worked up? It needs to change into your everyday spending
plan so you can now manage your money more effectively.
There are some other things you can do to help yourself: -
Control spending. Stop the impulse buying; it really
adds up. And don't use the credit cards just because you
don't have cash.
Get the most for your money. Get something that has a
real purpose and will last. Use coupons and wait on the
sales. If there's a rebate, take it.
Create a cash reserve and then leave it alone. This is
for emergencies, illnesses, unforeseen bills, etc.
Start saving. You need to remember to pay yourself aril
that means saving. IRAs, savings accounts, TSP, invest-
ments. Plan for the future by saving consistently in small
amounts. As your income increases, increase your savings.
I know it's not cool or fun to hear about dull things like say-
ings or IRA accounts, but trust me, they'll become really
cool in a few years.
Live within your means. Do you really need that 72-
inch big screen that costs $5,000?
I'll get off the soap box now by just saying that we canit
always afford what we want. But if we focus on the needs
now, the wants probably will come along a little bit later. '"
But for the here and now, if you are in over your head,
your Navy is standing by to help you out. Go see that CFS
or financial counselor at the FFSC and get back on track.
And while you are at FFSC, try out some of the investing,
home buying, and retirement planning classes they offer. "!
know your bank account will be better off for it.


Naval Hospital Red Cross

seeks shuttle volunteers
The Naval Hospital's visitor's parking lot shuttle cart
service is operated by Red Cross volunteers.

The Red Cross is currently taking applications for more
volunteers to serve as drivers for the shuttle carts. Tlte
only requirements for shuttle cart drivers are that they be
outgoing, eager to help and possess a current Florida dri-
ver's license.
Volunteers are also needed to work other areas in the
hospital such as at reception desks greeting and providing
information for hospital guests.
For information and applications for any of the Naval
Hospital Red Cross volunteer opportunities, call 542-7525.



DAILY BUFFETS & SPECIALS
-Paella-our Award-Winning Roast Pork
--Fajitas-Taexanas-Garlic Shrimp _R
SRESTAURANT -Home-Made Sangria 0
AUTHENTIC CIUMN-MEX CUISINE -Take-Out & Catering Available
H"y 17Southo295 AingtonExpy@ FANWELL Parties-10% Off.
1237 Part Ave, Orange Park 6675Arlington RoadParties over 50 get1/2 Keg Free
Call: 904.278.9040 Call: 904.725.7937 Owned & Operated by
Retired Chief Ramirez
y^ ^, srsC


Swedish Massage
Oriental


Body Shampoo.
Steam Sauna.,,


Stress Relief Bodyscrubsl





Mer'


Many different styles and
sizes as required.


2151 Lane Ave. S Suite 306
(904)786-9900
9:00am 10-OOpm 7 Days A Week
LIC. #MA36512


- MANUEL BELLO
Woodwork inS
904-645-7767


S-Just
BRA. i!




*Scalp Braids
*Shreds *Micros
Sew-lns
*Inter-Loc
Hinhq Twist
*Loc Maintenance
fr more


1- ;': a_1 _.__a'_i F. members.aol.com/
.. .. . m_- _- -. bellovincent
10573 Lakeview Rd E. Jacksonville Fl. bellovincent@aol.com


,mo b iLe








r;Wescoanie~tr

Jaksnvll


4 -j


Women.
Walk-Ins Welcome

R120757,


Jacksonville's Enclosure Source
Glass Enclosures/
Sunrooms
-, Screen Enclosures
Patio Covers
Visit Our Design Center





I IPamnt Plans To Fit Any Budget! vfo quity Required
'LlF W. 100 F'nancng Available (with approved credit)
INC. 5521 Chronicle Court Jacksonville, FL 32256
731-5580 .E iCRC028471


DIVORCE?

Less $ and Quicker Results!

Se Habla Espahol
www.Jaxmediator.com or

(904) 564-1000 1
R103289


J







JaxMAr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 13


Navy MWR helps celebrate As


Month of the Military Child
From Staff


avy Morale, Welfare
and Recreation
(MWR) Department
and Child and Youth
Programs at NAS Jack-
sonville will host a Month
'of the Military Child cele-
bration from 11 a.m. to, 2
p.m. this Saturday at the
Youth Activities Center.
The event will have sev-
eral large inflatables for
the children to play on, face
painting, free sno-cones and
lots of booths with give-
aways, games and arts and
crafts.
The Month of the
Military Child, celebrated
.each April since 1983, rec-
ognizes the unique circum-
stances military children
face, and emphasizes the
need to help them adjust to
those challenges.
"Being the son or daugh-
ter of a service member
who is frequently deployed
,can be very difficult for
children," said Larrie'
Jarvis, Child and Youth
Programs analyst for
-Commander, Navy Instal-
lations Command, Milling-
ton, Tenn., Detachment.
."Events that celebrate the
Month of the Military Child
.stress the importance of
providing children with
quality services and sup-
-port to help them succeed
in the mobile military
lifestyle."
) Navy Child and Youth
Programs support opera-
tional readiness, mission
.;accomplishment and reten-
tion by assisting Sailors in
balancing the competing
demands of family and


File photo
Youth Activities Center Employee Shanquanta Willis gives 3-
year-old Clarck Desire Jr. a gentle push down one of the
blow-up slides at the carnival during last year's Month of the
Military Child Carnival at the Youth Activities Center. This
year's event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m Saturday.


work life.
These programs assist in
the positive development of
Navy children and teens by
providing developmental
child care and youth recre-
ational programs and serv-


ices for eligible children
ages six weeks to 18 years
of age.
For more information on
Navy Child and Youth
Programs, visit www.mwr.
navy.mil.


Volunteers needed for Community


Emergency
From Staff
T he Jacksonville Fire
and Rescue Depart-
ment Emergency
Preparedness Division is
offering a special training
-program to help citizens
deal with emergency situa-
.tions.
The Jacksonville Commu-
nity Emergency Response
:Team (CERT) is a program
_developed to train and edu-
cdate citizens in recognition,
-response and recovery from
4 major disaster when emer-
,gency services can't respond
immediately..
' The eight-week long pro-
:gram teaches volunteers
how the program works, fire
safety, medical operations
including treating life
threatening injuries, triage
and public health concerns,
-search and rescue, terrorism
'incidents, communications,
:disaster psychology and how
:.to use different strategies
:depending on the situation.
KVolunteers also will partici-
':pate in a final disaster pre-
,paredness exercise to use
:the skills they've learned.
-: The goal of the CERT pro-
:gram is to have volunteers
-help make their communi-
ties safer, stronger and bet-
ter prepared for preventing
and handling threats of ter-
rorism, crime and disasters..
Classes are ongoing and
-volunteers are always need-
:ed. The next class begins
-April 18 from 6-9 p.m. and is
held every following
lTuesday night for eigh t
'weeks., Saturday classes
'begin April 22 from 9 a.m. to

!Home providers
needed.
7Trhe Child Development
Center is looking for
home providers. If you
,are an on-base resident, you
.only will need to be Navy-
:certified to become a Home
Provider.
d If you are in off-base resi-
'dent, you kill have to be
Atate-certif ed as well as
Navy-certified. This pro-
,gram is fo dependent
,female and miles. For more
information, contact Lisa
Williams r Ingrid
.Robinson at\542-5434 /
.5529 / 2472.
'".


Response Team
noon. Classes can be alter- Fire and .1
nated to accommodate vol- ters build
unteer's schedules. St.
All classes are held at the For more
Duval County Emergency 630-7885
Opera-tions Center in the www.coj.ne


Rescue Headquar-
ng at 515 N. Julia
e information, call
or go to
et.


For 50 years, Military Benefit
Association (MBA) has provided
affordable life insurance to its
members and their families.
With over 110,000 members,
MBA is among the nation's largest
rion-profit military associations.
Because of our strength in numbers,
MBA offers you financial
advantages that work on your
behalf many of which are not
available with the government's
SGLI/VGLI plan.
The premium rates for MBA
Term 90 are competitive with
SGLI. And we have an added
feature spouses of members
may apply for up to $250,000 of
coverage. In addition,, children
can receive up to $12,500 of
coverage at no additional cost.


,


\ B
~jj
KY /


More importantly, this coverage
stays with you when you leave the military. You do not
have to convert to the more expensive VGLI plan.



Current monthly non-tobacco user prennu
per $250,000 of coverage
MBA VGLI
AGE PREMIUM PREMIUM
30 $ 16.25 $ 27.50
35 $ 16.25 $ 35.00
40 $ 18.75 $ 47.50
45 $ 18.75 $ 62.50
50 $ 87.50 $100.00

Last year alone, MBA-sponsored life insurance
paid close to $20 million in claims. This money
helped the families of our members continue their
lives during a difficult period.


r Our scholarship program helps
members offset the high cost of
college. Each year five scholarships
are offered to eligible dependent
children.
Here are more great benefits
MBA sponsors benefits that
you will not get through
6 SGLI/VGLI:
VALoans.com mortgage
.experts on fulfilling residential
financing
USBank VISA Card for
S members does not charge
an annual fee
Special discounts from the
Hertz Corporation
Travel and medical benefits
from Nation Safe Drivers
Platinum Plus Program


MBA Term 90 group life insurance is underwritten
by Government Personnel Mutual Life Insurance
Company, under policy number GP01.
When you purchase MBA-sponsored insurance
coverage, you join a community of people who share
your interests. Each year we search for new benefits
to enhance the quality of life for our members..
Become a member today! Call toll-free:

1-800-336-0100
or visit our Web site
www.militarybenefit.org
Life Insurance underwritten by Government Personnel
Mutual Life Insurance Company. Not available in all states..


MBA
Miltary Benefit Assoolaton
Serving you for* years
Term 90 8/05


MBA-The Association which offers

more than just insurance.


N .* "' `4C "., k








14 laxAlr NewS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


Visit these beautiful communities to find a KB home that's right for you.


i^.: i_^,'. ,.
- t ,- t." ,a. .


1. Timber Creek Plantation
: .From the $190s
1,604-3,418 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling new homesites. Oversized homesites
available. Tour the community pool, clubhouse,
Sbasiketbali court, family recreation area and quick-move-
n homes. (904) 225-2581
2.:Cartesian Pointe From the $180s
1,336-2,478 sq. ft., 2-4 bdrms., 2-2.5 baths.
Few homesites remain. Community offers playground
anrd baseball field. A great value in rapidly expanding
Nassau County. (904) 225-1982


3..unn's Creek Plantation .. ..
From the low $200s
1, 61-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling new homesites. 13 unique floor plans.
CdMmunity 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.
Grand Opening! Now selling oversized homesites in
heavily wooded area. New floor plans to choose from.
Community is nestled on two cul-de-sac streets.
(904) 751-1274
4. Cedar Glen From the high $200s
2,007-3,580 sq. ft., 3-4 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Come discover how wonderful life can be in this upscale
community, now selling 11 brand new floor plans
with great standard features. Cedar Glen offers many
amenities, including a community pool, recreation area,
playground and nature boardwalk. (904) 591-7119


5. 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. Just minutes
from the popular Tinseltown area. Tour new townhomes
ready for move-in. (904) 725-2125


-Cc" tesian Pointe


Is,. :. -
6. Adams Lake From the $180
1,33.6-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling new homesites. Tour new home ready for immediate move-in
Visit our brand new amenities center featuring a community pool, play-
ground, jogging trail and family recreation area. Last chance for lakefront
homesites. (904) 378-2710


Jacksonvil- e
,. " R-a. "

* ,, .,,,,.: .
S ._- RK -e,



o,, I ,. s v ll .
M Saun point






S Park ....... .. .. .
5" .... Mandarin ',


/19


; 7. Hawk's Pointe From the low $200s
s 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


8. 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
8. Samara Lakes Oak Ridge/River Birch
From the mid $200s
1,336-2,801 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Now selling new homesites and quick move-in homes.
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
9. Florentine From the mid $200s
1,336-3,162 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Located in the St. Johns County School District. Within
walking distance of Nease High School. Immediate
move-in homes available. (904) 819-6604
, 10. Grand Cay From the mid $200s
1,698-3,224 sq. ft., 3-4 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Located in popular St. Johns County and just minutes
from beaches. (904) 591-7127


11. 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


12. Walden Chase From the high $300s
%.3t 2,164-2,231 sq. ft., 3-4 bdrms., 3 baths.
"" ['" \. r, Last chance to own in this popular-St. Augustine com-
S munity. Two homes available for immediate move-in;
one is a former model home with pool. (904) 823-3778


'*4&


Hoaik s Pointe


0 your design center KB Home Studio
Imagine having thousands of design choices at your fingertips. An opportunity to choose the products and features you've always
dreamed of. It's all possible when you visit KB Home Studio. You select your favorite flooring, cabinets, brand-name appliances,
lighting and more. It also means you pay for everything you want and nothing you don't.
Plus, KB Home Studio design consultants work with you every step of the way to help you create the home that fits your taste and
lifestyle. It's this personal approach to home design that makes KB Home the number one choice for so many homebuyers.
11112-34 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville: From 1-295, exit San Jose south Go 5 mi. Studio on right in Claire Lane Shopping Plaza. (904) 596-6800


Sales office hours: Mon., 1-6pm; Tues.-Fri., 1 Oam-6pm; Sat., Sun., 1 Oam-7pm \


REALTOR Cooperatian Welcome. 02006 KB Home (KBH). Payment of Realtor Co-op requires Realtor to accompany and register buyer on first visit and comply with Realtor Co-op Agreement. Realtor Co-op does not apply at Samara Lakes-Briar Wood community in St. Augustine. Prices/terms subject to change, prior
REALTOR Cooperation welcome. sale, homesite premiums and/or predetermined options. Floor plans, options, elevations and views vary by community/homesite and are not guaranteed. Square footage is approximate. Photos show upgraded landscaping and may not represent communities' `U -1
P-- ,.,,'-nI lowest-priced homes. Future development of amenities at Cedar Glen and Dunn's Creek Plantation is subjectto change and is not guaranteed; contact: KB Home Jacksonville, 10475 Fortune Pkwy., Suite 100, Jacksonville, FL 32256; (904) 596-6626. Recreational facilities at Cedar Glen, Villages
So u r e of Summer Lakes, Cartesian Pointe, Adams Lake, Timber Creek Plantation, Hawk's Pointe and Samara Lakes are private to community. Golf course and clubhouse at Cypress Lakes are public. Continued scope/preservation of nature preserves subject to change and is not guaranteed. Map not h- "'> e VI
N,,Hrmesou e tom to scale. Photo does not depict racial preference. See sales representative for details. CBC058298 JAX-44386 R107423 '*""*'* KiHOM


I
hr" 'i


I'T, '',,







Jaxl r NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 15


NavHosp
From the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville!Pharmacy
he Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's Phar-
macy welcomes t4le
opportunity to serve you
and to make your visit a
success. Patient safety and
patient-centered quality
healthcare is Naval Hospi
tal Jacksonville Pharmacy's
primary mission when fill
ing an average of 2,800 pre-
scriptions a day.
In order to enhance serv-
ice and increase patient
convenience, Naval Hospi-
tal Jacksonville has added
prescription-filling sites at
the Navy Exchange and
Naval Branch Health Clinic
(NBHC) Jacksonville.
The addition of multiple
sites and automation has
reduced patient wait times
and improved patient safe-
ty.
With the rising populari-
ty of the retail drug benefit,
beneficiaries may be paying
more than necessary for
their medications.
Understanding your
three options for pharmacy
service in the Jacksonville
area will help you deter-
mine where you want to get
your prescriptions filled.
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Pharmacy Services -
Beneficiaries can obtain up
to a 90-day supply of doctor
prescribed medications that
are on the hospital formu-
lary with no co-payment,
making this the most cost
effective point of service for
the beneficiary.
All medication refills are
processed using the phar-
macy's automated tele-
phone refill system (800-
628-7427) available 24
hours a day, seven days a
week.
Prior to calling, patients
should have the prescrip-
tion numbers) and the
sponsor's Social Security
number readily available.
Follow directions given
and enter appropriate
information using a touch-
tone telephone.
Refills may be picked up
72 hours after ordering at
the Satellite Pharmacy
Building 950. Please keep


Jax Pharmacy and TRICARE benefit options
in mind that due to the tive way to receive prescrip- cy Retail network is avail- Co-payments are: $3 for
large volume and space tions with Naval Hospital able through Express generic drugs, $9 for trade
required to stock the refills, Jacksonville being the most Scripts: Call 1-866-363- name drugs and $22 for
they will be held for 10 ,I cost effective point of serv- 8667 or visit www.express- non-formulary drugs.
days awaiting pick-up. ^ ice. TMOP saves the benefi- scripts. For co-pay updates and
After 10 days medications ciary 66 percent on co-pay- Visit www.tricare.osd.mil/ further information visit
are returned to stock. ments because prescrip- pharmacy for co-pay up- the Web site at www.tri-
Pharmacy services for tions filled by mail provide dates and further informa- care.osd.mil/pharmacy.
i. I.. n V fiiaries a 90-dav supplv versus 30 tion. If you would like infor- Non-Network Pharmacies


being seen by NBHC pro-
viders are now available at
NBHC Jacksonville.
Custo-mer service hours
for the NBHC pharmacy
are 7:30-12:30 a.m. and 1-4
p.m. Monday through
Friday, closed Saturday,
Sunday and all federal holi-
days.
Pharmacy services pro-
vided at the NBHC are
intended for all active duty
patients who are seen and
treated by a provider at the
NBHC. Prescriptions for
dependants and retirees
are not filled at this loca-
tion. No walk-up refill serv-
ices will be provided at the
NBHC pharmacy.


TRICARE Mail Order
Pharmacy (TMOP),- Bene-
ficiaries can fill their pre-
scriptions by mail and
order refills by mail, phone
or online, with standard
shipping being free and
.right to your front door.
TMOP is administered by
Express Scripts Inc. (ESI)
and is available for pre-
scriptions that beneficiaries
take on a regular basis.
For the beneficiary, it is
the second most cost-effec-


days in the retail network
for the same co-payment.
Co-payments are: .$3 for
generic drugs, $9 for trade
name drugs and $22 for
non-formulary drugs.
The TRICARE Mail
Order Pharinacy is not only
cost effective but also a con-
venient and safe way to
have your prescriptions
filled.
By filling your prescrip-
tions, using TMOP benefici-
aries avoid the cost of trav-
eling to a retail outlet or
military base (if far away)
as well as the hassles of
long lines..
More information regard-
ing the TRICARE Pharma-


mation about coverage and
cost shares for a specific
medication, please use the
Formulary Search Tool at
www.tricareformulary-
search.org.
TRICARE Pharmacy
Retail Network (TRRx) -
This is your local network
civilian community phar-
macy. Beneficiaries may
obtain a 30-day supply per
co-payment making this
point of service the least
cost effective for the benefi-
ciary as well as the govern-
ment (TRICARE retail out-
lets cost the government 30
percent to 40 percent more
than prescriptions filled by
mail order).


"Non-network pharmacy"
is a retail pharmacy that is
not part of the TRICARE
network.
To verify that a pharmacy
is or is not a part of the
TRICARE network, benefi-
ciaries should check the
TRICARE pharmacy locator
service, or call (866) DoD -
TRRX, (866) 363-8779.
Filling prescriptions at
non-network pharmacies is
the most expensive option
and is not recommended.
Beneficiaries may have to
pay for the total amount
first and file a claim to
receive a partial reimburse-
ment. -


Sailors invited

to give opinion

on Navy life
By Sharon Anderson
Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs
TF he Chief of Naval
| personnel is sending
,L letters to 16,000 ran-
domly selected Sailors invit-
ing them to participate in
the 2006 Quality of Life
(QOL) survey.
The survey is used to col-
lect data on personal issues
that matter most to Sailors
such as shipboard life, hous-
ing, standards of living, com-
munity support, health care
and Sailor preparedness
concerns.
"The QOL survey plays an
integral role in our efforts to
ensure that we have the
right programs and policies
in place to support our
Sailors and their families,"
said Vice Adm. J. C. Harvey
Jr., chief of naval personnel.
"I need feedback from the
deckplates to let me know
how I can serve our Sailors
and their families better."
The survey is 30 percent
shorter than the 2002 QOL
survey and for the first time,
is also available for comple-
tion on the Internet. Sailors
are asked to request assis-
tance from their chain of
command if they need help
in getting Web access.
Completion of the entire
survey should take approxi-
mately 20-30 minutes.
Participation is entirely vol-
untary and confidential.
"Despite the many
demands on our schedules, I
ask each Sailor to take the
time to respond to this sur-
vey, providing me the feed-
back to evaluate and
improve quality of life,"
Harvey said.
Results of the 2002 survey
are posted on the Navy
Knowledge On-line Web site,
www.nko.navy.mil.
The results for the 2006
survey will be posted after
analysis is completed.







-16 'laAlfr NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006

Marriage Enrichment

_Naval Hospital Mental Health

,expanding services for couples


'From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
T he Naval Hospital
I Jacksonville's Mental
Health Department
Tis expanding its marriage
;counseling services.
"'Department Head Capt.
Richard Frederick ex-
plained, "The clinic staff is.
initiating a monthly semi-
rnar for folks wanting to
work on their marriages.
We are also expanding
appointment availability
for marriage counseling.
People interested in this
counseling should call 542-
3473, Ext. 152 to contact a
clinical nurse specialist
who will help them set an
appointment."
A workshop is scheduled
for April 29 entitled "Devel-
oping and Enriching Your
Marriage by Understanding
Yourself and Your Partner."
This is described as "an
experiential and interactive
workshop for couples who
want to strengthen their
marriages while personally
growing within the mar-
riage.
The workshop is facilitat-
ed by Bruce Kristol, Ph.D.,
a Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville staff psychologist who
has been in private practice


in Jacksonville since 1979.
The workshop includes
mini-lectures, visual slides,
couple interactions and
group discussion. Frederick
noted that privacy is impor-
tant to the clinic staff.
Therefore, no one will be
expected to disclose any-
thing private to the other
participants.
Workshop topics include:
* Positive Relationship
Assessment
* Clarification of Needs,
Values & Priorities
* Levels & Styles of
Communication
* Listening Skills
* Win/Win Strategies
* Neutralizing "Hot
Buttons"
* Four Social Styles and
Character
* Connecting &
Distancing Issues
* Dealing with Feelings
and Emotions
* Responsibility Issues
* Support and
Encouragement
The workshop will take
place in the Substance
Abuse Rehabilitation
Program Training Building
located behind the Naval
Hospital Emergency Room
at Saphier and Tatum
Streets. Call 542-3473, Ext.
152 to pre-register.


US17 2/enf
c WESCONNETT

I APTIST 6URCH
E 5711 Wesconnett Blvd.
F-" 771-6068
Wesconnett 771-6068
I "012ere everyone rs welcome"
B1C.:'B4 .


Ortega's Shell
Charles J. Mehler
Certified Master Technician
Professional Auto Care Full Service
Will match on base prices
Same Day Service
5344 Ortega Blvd 904-389-9279 R100126


New OB Quest/Classes

-offered at hospital
By Staff
The following classes are available for new parents:
First-time Parents 8:30 -11:30 a.m.
April 7, 14, 21, 28
May 5, 12, 19
Experienced Parents 1:15 3 p.m.
April 10, 17, 24
May 1, 8, 15, 22
Third Trimester Class
April 23 8:30-11 a.m.
Prepared Childbirth Class
April 15 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Hypnobirthing
Five Week Session starting in April Times pending
Breastfeeding
April 19 8:30-11:30 a.m.
May 8:30-11:30 a.m.
- Classes are by appointment only. Please call 542-BABY
(2229) to schedule.

FFSC offers educational


701 WEST ADAMS STREET PHONE 904 354.8310 I FAX 904.358.6889 I WWW.SWMMLAW.COM
JACKSONVILLE, FL 3204 Thearng of a l3er. r rirmporim dec.oni should noa be bied :ol. uponadterenmert.
B ore )ou decide ask. us to eid ,ou free r-aren.rnfiornmaon about our qu lic3xor, .nd eapenence
; ': ..,,0 l i


and support
From Staff
The NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills Educa-
tion and Support Program
is the foremost preventive
measure for the avoidance
of; personal and family
problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able- to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped


program
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.
The following workshops
are available in April:
April 10-13, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (sepa-
rating)
April 11, 9 a.m. noon -
Stress Management Class
April 24-27, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (retir-
ing)
April 25, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Management Class
For further information
or to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.


*MILITARY DISCOUNT INCLUDES:
S1 % off of Total Purchase Price


$1000 Deposit Refunded at Closing
Up To $8000 in Closing, Cost

Turn Key Homes Also include:
Blinds Refrigerator Washer/Dryer
Microwave Garage Door Opener

SEVERAL HOMES AVAILABLE To CHOOSE FROM
IN EACH COMMUNITY


Just 1* 4 cigarettes a day almost triples a smoker's
risk of heart disease and lung cancer.


Call the Wellness


Center 542-5292


904-338-9955
Starting in the $300s

904-291-1017
Starting in the $200s

904-291-1207
Starting in the High $100s

904-425-6478
Starting in the High $100s

904-429-0235
Starting in the Mid $200s


at World Golf Village
904-429-0235
Starting in the Mid $200s

904-484-4635
Starting in the $Low 200s


904-696-3164.
Starting in the Low $200s

904-425-6480
Starting in the Mid $200s


H O ME8 .
www.EngleHomes.com amenrof the tOU.iot family"
$200K, 250K, 300k price examples are oat 6.5% interest fixed for 30 years with on APR 6.55%. $1,000 deposit required, refundable of dosing for qualified home buyers. Monthly payment based on Pill, (principle, interest, taxes and insurance). 1% Disount off total purchase price is valid when not
using a Broker/Reallor. Turn Key refrigerolor, microwave, washer / dryer, garage door opener and blinds for selected spec homes. Builder paid doing costs when using builder's lender PHMC and IIitle services.Specific homes require minimum dosing costs. Maximum seller conrtibution applies
based on looan to value. Prepaids not included and dosing costs on additional mortgages may not be induded. PHM(C is an equal housing lender. florida Mortgage Lender #35449







lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 -,17


NLSO changes claims


By Capt. Alexander
Whitaker
Navy Legal Service Office Southeast
Last year, the Office of
the Judge Advocate
General (OJAG) per-
formed a functional assess-
ment (FA) of the Nalval
Legal Service Command
(NLSC) claims functions to
determine ways to improve
the quality, efficiency and
effectiveness of Navy's
claims programs. As a
result of the claims BA,
changes are being made
regarding how we process
claims filed pursuant to
the Military Personnel 4nd
Civilian Employees' Claims
Act (PCA), 31 U.S.C. 3711.
PCA claims include claims
for loss/damage to house-
hold goods and privately
owned vehicles (POVs)
shipped or stored at gov-
ernment expense pursuant
to permanent change of sta-
tion (PCS) orders and
loss/damage to personal
property located in quar-
ters provided by the gov-
ernment.
OJAG is centralizing the
PCA function at PCA
Claims Unit Norfolk, Va.
except for PCA claims from
the Pacific (Guam, Japan
and Hawaii). PCA Claims
Unit Branch Office Pacific
will adjudicate PCA claims
arising in the Pacific, will
be located in NLSO
Detachment Pearl Harbor,
Hawaii and will report
directly to PCA Claims
Unit Norfolk.
NLSO Southeast and its
detachments/branch offices
no longer processes or adju-
dicates PCA claims. All
claims for household goods
or POV shipments deliv-
ered to NLSO Southeast
Jacksonville, NLSO
Southeast Detachment
Mayport, NLSO Southeast
Branch Office Kings Bay,
Ga., NLSO Southeast
Branch Office Charleston,
S.C. and NLSO Detachment
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
will be processed, by the
new PCA Branch in
Norfolk, Va:
Personnel Claims Unit
Norfolk
9053 First Street, Suite

Navy Region
Southeast Volunteer
Clearinghouse
offers opportunities

From Dianne Parker
CNRSE Community Support Services
Administrator
T he Navy Region
Southeast Volunteer
Clearinghouse main-
tains a current directory of
Navy and other military
and civilian organizations
using volunteer staff. The
clearinghouse also works
with area organizations to
recruit volunteers for major
community events and proj-
ects. Currently, the follow-
ing volunteer opportunities
are available:
Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society receptionist, inter-
viewers, layette workers,
thrift shop personnel, budg-
et counselors and volunteer
administrators. For infor-
mation, call 542-3515.
American Red Cross -
optometry clinic assistant,
surgery liaison, patient
transport, first aid and
safety program instructor,
quality assurance analyst
and data base specialist.
For information, call 542-
2426.
Fleet and Family Support
Center -information and
referral assistant, transi-
tion assistance program
assistant, marketing assis-
tant, spouse employment
assistant, financial man-
agement program assistant.
For information, call 542-
2766, Ext. 130.


iCANCE R
R~,E SARCL t
CENTER


LIFE through
prevention &
control.


102
Norfolk, VA 23511-3605
Fax number: 1-866-782-
7297
PCA claims packages will
continue to be available at
NLSOs and at all staff
judge advocates' offices and
personal property offices
and will be available elec-
tronically at Navy
Knowledge Online, Navy
One Source, all NLSO Web
sites and the OJAG Web
site. Completed claims will
be accepted by mail or by
facsimile transmission.


processing Volunteers needed for Jazz Festivda
The OJAG will establish From the Mayor's Office Interested individuals will have the
a PCA telephone Help Line unique and exciting opportunity to volWh-
at PCA Claims Unit Nor- ity of Jacksonville, Office of teer at the Ritz Theater arfd
folk to assist prospective Volunteer Services is Metropolitan Park during various
claimants with the prepa- C looking for volun- -- shifts. Most of the assignments are
ration and submission of teers to help out during.Y' -.:. ^S'- outdoors and may require walking,
PCA claims forms and sup- the Jazz Festival this `~i-" /standing, or sitting for extended time
porting information. The weekend. Enjoy live music i /'::; periods. Dress appropriately-for
"Help Line" will be a toll- from- jazz's hottest acts at 'V the weather and wear sun-
free 800 number connected Jacksonville's most beautiful I screen if necessary. Indicate
to a help desk established venues. This year's entertain- \ any medical restrictions.or
in PCA Claims Unit ment schedule will feature --j- physical limitations we should
Norfolk, which will be (just to name a few;: Kenny consider to ensure your volun-
manned Monday through G, Delfeayo Marsalis, Noel Freidline teer experience is enjoyable.
Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Quintet, Down To The Bone and Dee Dee For further information or to volunteer,
That number is 1-888-897- Bridgewater. contact Julio Lacayo, Jr. at 630-1020, Fxt.
8217. Volunteers will be provided a T-shirt. 5 or email jlacayo@coj.net .


RAr

A6oR
k YEA-RS


SPECIALVALUE!

now


$957 each
was s999
7/16" x 4' x 8' OSB
Use for roof wall sheathing consiruclior,
Recommended for covered use #12212


CONCRETE MIX
Ie .,a i dt .oncnto "Lz-. Par. S Uw

, = A -
ma0.'


$335

Quikrete
Concrete Mix
#10387


60 lbs.


SPECIALVALUE!

$339each

2" x 4" x 8' Treated
Top Choice
#46905


A-


Let's Build Something Together


Join us for Commercial
Appreciation Days:
now through April 7th for: S
*Special Offers and Great Prizes!
*Free Coffee and Doughnutsp
April 6th & 7th until 10:00am--
*Free lunch on Friday, April 7th from
S11:00am-1:00pm .
i ^


-$179
9-1-fte Steel
Entry Door Unit
*Ready for lockset
deadbolt


GlFr
FREE,$1000R $200 CARD
with purchase of $1000 or $2000 of Special Order Energy
Star TherrnaStar replacement vAndows. See store for
detaRi a. Offer valid through 4/30/06.










o on,!4_6p

$132
24"W x 36"H 20 SerieS Low-E
Double-Hung Vinyl Replacement Window
&Available through Special Order


Buy 2,
get I

$298 FREE
11 oz. Price taken
Leak Stopper at register.
Rubberized Limit 12 tubes.
Roof Patch
#108917 moo


For the Lowe's nearest you, call 1-800-993-4416 or visit us online at Lowes.com
a" 110, 2006 f 11 are mirMt variations. po"'a this acNertisevnent were in effect orr March 30, 2006, and may y based on 2- detam mg&dM pDdact Ses We reserve ft Mht to irrit Quantities. *AppWS to single-recWtin-store pur&asas of $299 or ffm made
parcj '. = insurance/debt cancellabon =
= Z 4I%'X Lowe's coZmer credit card account, NoVasthty paya-ients w1l be required arid no tiance dwges wdl be assessed on ths prom noonft (i) the Pam Purchase anourt, n$11,1, a= .t= act, kmoe dtarges wN
be assessed on ft pronno purchase anount faxa the date of the se and Hy payrnents m be req, Standad account ternns apl* to non-prorno parcf APR s 21% (15A8% for Wdses of $2,000 a nriona). W. finarce ctwge apWM. Ed. Dusiness Ac. = Card. -Gross HP as
rated by erKjm anecufactuler in accorda Wth SAEJ 1940 at 3600 RP IThe 'Paynnent as kN V annount "osil estimle of the W reqjred mhnnurn rrnfty payierrt for that pirchase. Rio annourit of sulosectuent nmurn vanous factors affectrV C r owm= as (a) ft thing and
m oengs are to your account. You are NW4s froo to pay train ft anniam mm* paynnent. The nnore you = ',M d -Y
arnourt of pa= t(b) your account. and (c) w-iethar any fees or other adckA = th and the ow your (OtS
PZ ragm each SjO()O Hoe. MW each nnonth. oLdd
Vy accout 1, no 'tt-w xWty or dianges, a %oud take appromWely 52 ft to pay off a M noprcrnob" pxcr,,m and appuxicnately 116 rnonths to pay off a ri Y. Z = Pa. You P. anont,* P = ,= p
off ] approxrrnatety 21 nnonft, purd in appm tefy 39 nnorift 11 you hwa my quasb about find arInou'A of your nnortfity payniend or the Wayrnent pmod, please can the aisforner sence norter on Mr bAng staternent. 02006 try Lowe's. AS rights resenead. LmWs and the gabie dmT are mgsterod
tradennarks of LF. LLC. 060491.
00110604911021
RI 01139


$32
24"6-Panel Molded

Interior Door Slab
el-3/8" thick molded construction
Wrimed and ready to paint *Frame
and hardware sold separately #10973


ASK FOR
PAYMENTS &INTEREST FOR

NTH5
IF PAID IN FULL WITHIN 12 MONTHS*
on any purchase of $299 or more charged to your Lowe's
consume Credit Card now through Sunday, April 9, 2006.


5 days. only! April 6 10


fill.



vj
It m
7--
FREE
receptacles
included in the 3-pack GFCI
package.

$2899
3-Pack GFCI with 10 Bonus
Receptaclos
*Packaged together #142719


$2998
61 x 81 Dog-Ear Wood
Fence Panel
*Pressure-treated for long
life #202.817


$397
Cobra 3/8" x 1001
1/3, HP Drain Cleaning
Machine #100808


SPECIAL
VALUE!
nOw
$318
was $383
411 x 10' Solid Corrugated Pipe
*For outdoor drainage #24134



SPECIAL
VALUE!
$254
211 x 4" Pre-Cut Stu d
*Precision end trimmed
*Lightweight *Straight #55279


20% off
Item #214802.
Offer ends 4/10/06.
GE Industrial Systems
125-Amp Workshop
Panel Kit
#214802


400per linear rm
2-1/4"W Casing
Contractor Pack
oFingerjoint pine #206592


550 per linear ft.
3-1/4"W Base Moulding
Contractor Pack
*Fingerjoint pine #208770


it
A and


$19
Oakridge 30-Year Architectural Shingle
*Tbugh, laminated construction eEnhances
curb, appeal *UL Class-A fire and wind
resistance rating


Werner
8' Fiberglass Stepladder
*300 lb. load capacity #98150
,24'Aluminum Extension Ladder
*225 lb. load capacity#98196 $142


Moulding sold by bundle. Primed and
ready to paint. Profiles may vary.


Amb,
RPMW


W U
i L-' I y, t:at values


1 .12
FREE
GlFr
$20CARD
with c 1 5."
Werr-
ends 4y 16/06.

$119







18 JaX AIr NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


Natalie French care-
fully places an egg
into her basket during
the annual NAS Jax
Easter Egg Hunt in
2004. This year's
event will be held
April 14 at 7 p.m. at
the McCaffrey soft-
ball fields. The event
is sponsored each
year by the Youth
Activities Center.




MWR Planner,
Mission First, Sailors Always ,;


Skipper "B" Sailing Class.
$150 includes all classroom materials
and use of marina sailboats and safety
equipment.
e June 2, 3,4, 17, 18
Power Boat Training Class
$50, Includes all classroom materials
and use of marina motorboats
April 22-23
24th annual Bass Tournament
April 15
Begins at safe light until 3 p.m.
Limited to first 100 teams entered.
Door prizes! Cash prizes!
Call 542-3260 for additional information


eor more information on fitness and ath-
letics, call 542-35181/3229.
Bench Press Competition
April 19,4:30 p.m.
Fitness Source


)For more information about I. T T trips or
ticket prices, please call 542-3318.
Concert and show tickets available on
base:
Lifesong Tour ~ Casting Crowns
Featuring Nichole Nordeman, Josh
Bates, and Speaker Tony Nolan
April 15, 7 p.m.
$43
Club section of the Jacksonville Veteran's
Memorial Arena.
Disney On Ice Finding Nemo
April 22, 11:30 a.m.
April 23, 1 p.m.
$24 for lower level and $15 for upper
leyel, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial
Arena.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
May 28-29,8 p.m.
$96, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial
Arena

Savannah
April 22
$36 adults, $30 children under 10
Includes guided trolley tour.


Trips, activities and costs may be restrict-
ed to El-E5 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
01iIlanding Blvd. P 272-5315 |
Riiooea www.hobbyworld.blz I


File photo


Paintball Trip
Saturday
$20 includes, paint, lunch and trans-
portation.
Jacksonville Suns Baseball game
April 13
Free

Free lesson and nine holes of golf
NAS Jax Golf Course
April 18


Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details, call 542-
3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Chronicles of Narnia
(PG)
April 14, 7 p.m. Just Friends (PG-13)
April 15, 5 p.m. Harry Potter Goblet of
Fire (PG-13)
April 15, 7 p.m. The Ringer (PG-13)


For more information on the golf course,
please call 542-3249. For Mulligan's, call
542-2936.

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
Golf Club
No greens fees! Cart fee only!
April 11 and 25 for active duty.
April 13 and 27 for retirees and
Department of Defense personnel.


Call 777-8549 for more information.
Ground School Class
April 17 May 24
$365


For more information on Youth Activities
call 778-9772.
Month of the Military Child Carnival
Saturday, 11 a.m. 2 p.m.
Games, prizes, sno-cones and much
more!


Yellow Water Egg Hunt
April 15
Yellow Water baseball fields
Call 777-8247


Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt
April 16, 10:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m.
$20 adults, $10 children 12 and under
NAS Jax Officer's Club open to all
hands.
For reservations call 542-3041.


* Secure gated access
* Fully equipped clubhouse
* Two fabulous pools
* Mini-theater/media room
* Business center with high
speed Internet & fax
* Sand volleyball court
* Puppy park


You're going to love
Call or visit now!


living here.


,..'i7 Military Publications are celebrating Spring with "
a share page advertising special.
Take advantage of this great opportunity!



spri Coupo0 combo pack ge.:

6 (Six Inch Full Color Ads)
'4 $300 Special- Order NOW!

*Place your order today!
SJulia Kirkland 904-359-4676


... IrNew.s;
,,~ X^ ,l.i
^r -. .


Fabulous New Townhomes
In Orange Park
From The Low $1 00s


LPadcalep2


Prudential ULDER
SALES 0
Network Realty OIf-- MARKETING


Dir.: Located at
2020 Wells Road
Open 7 days a week:
Mon.-Sat. 10-5; Sun. 12-5
904-276-4482


m
i AMNI


* Limited time offer.
** Must use our preferred lender.


ww0hwtorehghans0 o


Wait until you see our homes!






IaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 19 i


TRICARE launches healthy


choices for life
T ake care of your body, and it will
take care of you. In today's fast-
paced world, that is getting harder
to do. Being overweight, using tobacco
products and excessive drinking goes
against this adage and chn cause serious
health problems and possibly early
death. The military co munity is not
immune to the health issues these activi-
ties can cause.
TRICARE Management Activity, the
Department of Defense agency responsi-
ble for the health care of 9.2 million ben-
eficiaries, has created two demonstration
projects and one pil6t program to test
multiple education and prevention initia-
tives to help service members and their
families battle the dangerous effects of
obesity, tobacco use and excessive drink-
ing.
TRICARE plans to launch weight man-
agement, tobacco cessation and alcohol
programs within the coming months.
These projects will involve service mem-
bers and their families who volunteer to
participate.
"Weight management, tobacco cessa-
tion and the responsible use of alcohol
are health priorities targeted by the
Department of Defense for active educa-
tion and prevention," said Dr. William
Winkenwerder Jr., assistant secretary of
Defense for Health Affairs and director of
TRICARE.
The demonstration projects and pilot
program will span three years and the
sole pilot program will cover two years
from start-up. They will help identify
ways to deliver the best possible benefit
for TRICARE beneficiaries.'
Demonstration programs or pilot proj-


programs
ect participation criteria:
Weight management demo project:
non-active duty TRICARE prime benefi-
ciaries ages 18 to 64 not receiving
Medicare or enrolled in the TRICARE
extended care health option and living
within 50 miles of the research centers in
Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois.
Tobacco quitline demo project: TRI-
CARE Prime beneficiaries ages 18 to 64
not receiving Medicare or enrolled in the
extended care health option and living
near military treatment facilities in
Colorado, Kansas, Missouri and
Minnesota.
Alcohol prevention pilot program:
active duty service members ages 21 to
25 assigned to the following installations;
Hurlburt Air Field; Fla., Fort Bliss,
Texas, Fort Sill, Okla., Norfolk Naval
Base, Va., Naval Base Ventura County,
Calif., Cherry Point Marine Corps Air
Station, S.C., and Camp Pendleton, Calif.
The demonstration projects are scien-
tifically-based studies that will help DoD
determine the effectiveness of behavior-
modification programs that may be used
throughout the military health system.
"Preventing these unhealthy behaviors
is critical to the readiness of our forces
and the health of our nation as a whole. I
am pleased by the successful programs
already in place in the military services
and the innovative approaches to preven-
tion, education and treatment that TRI-
CARE is pursuing for their families,"
Winkenwerder said.
For more information about the demo
projects launch dates, visit TRICARE's
Web site at www.tricare.osd.mil/healthy-
choices.


EO Office seeks award nominees


By]03 Chris Hwang
Navy Personnel Command
Communications Office
T he Navy Equal
Opportunity (EO)
Office is accepting
nominations for the
League of United Latin
American Citizens
(LULAC) Excellence in
Military Service Awards.
All packages are due no
later than May 18 to the
EO Office.
The LULAC Excellence
in Military Service Awards
will be awarded to 12 serv-
ice men and women, of any
descent, who have distin-
guished themselves in the
war on terrorism, and who
best support the ideals of
duty, honor and country
and those who best exem-
plify the core values of
their respective branch of
service.
"Our partnerships with
the Hispanic and Latino
community are growing
stronger due to the efforts
of thousands of Sailors,"
said Lt. Jeff Burrell, Navy
EO Office diversity officer.
"This award recognizes
those efforts and is a great
tool for leaders to recog-
nize their people."


RADIO CONTROL
HEADQUARTERS
CARS BOATS PLANES TRAINS
7273 10rd St. ax7-92
17 Bladn Blv. O 7261


One LULAC award will
be presented to a member
of each service, including
active and reserve forces
and Army and Air National
Guard. Nominations for
military personnel (includ-
ing personnel assigned to a
Defense Agency, Defense
Field Activity, or a
Combatant Command)
must be forwarded through
the Military Equal
Opportunity office of the
respective Military Service
headquarters.
Winners will be recog-
nized at the annual
LULAC national conven-
tion during the Depart-
ment of Defense (DoD)
Armed Forces Breakfast
scheduled for June 29 in
Milwaukee.
All packages should
include a black and white,
or high-resolution digital
head and shoulders photo-
graph in a JPEG format
(either emailed or sent on
diskette or CD); a type-
written, single-spaced nar-


rative describing the nomi-
nee's accomplishments
that support the LULAC
award criteria; and a type-
written citation summariz-
ing the nominee's accom-
plishments for publication
in a program brochure.
For questions on submit-
ting packages, visit www.
npc. navy. mil/Command
Support/Diversity or con-
tact the Navy EO office at
901-874-2507 or DSN 882-
2507.
Send nomination pack-
ages to the Navy EO Office
via email (preferred) at
Mill_Navy EOAdvice@
navy.mil, or mail to:
Navy Equal I ,
Opportunity Office
(PERS-670)
5720 Integrity Driveg
Bldg. 457 Rm. 257
Millington, TN 38055-
6701
low- 0A 0 M -,0 R


QUALITY-VALUE-LUCATI IUN
-HOME OWNERSHIP
Contact me for a free List of available
Homes that meet your needs
SRosemarie Knoll
Realtor'
(904) 421-3555
rknoll@watsonrealtycorp.com
Watson Realty Corp.
4194 San Juan Ave.
Jacksonville, Fl 32210 4ic* .ncoimB .U ,


Who to notify when a credit card is stolen "
C redit card theft is a huge burden and can cause major problems for victims. The
following are numbers to call if cards are lost or stolen. These agencies should be
contacted immediately.
Equifax'Credit Bureau: 800-525-6285
Experian Credit Bureau; 888-397-3742
TransUnion Credit Bureau: 800-680-7289
SS Administration Fraud Line: 800-772-1213
Federal Trade Administration Identity Theft Line: 877-438-4338


Iru~ ServeflT~


V.-t7 Volunteers There l re uno
't of America' limits to cari ng.
1.800.899 0089
VolunteersofAmerica.org


"bos


(n~wd ~ausfr w~bip


LM
-pp l~r 0) ry


'0
--:o

- 0 *





0-*
-I





1 v2.10


*







0.

0

0


LM


'u





0

0


.01
LM'

%b m 1


0 0 ,0


. e 0 0


0 0 0


0 0 *


ell






el"
p.


____________ a 4fo .-q .o---


* 0 0
* .
'I
g d.






'a.

-Z--
'I

Ii

0~
4
-


Bgu
a'
'ad

U
(
a'
ad
I,
PY
Id
U

I


Jax Air News The Periscope


g ~A


* 0 0
* 0 0


0 0 0 0


0 0


ON104odraw 41M -


0% l I i I lia Um UNARM 0


The. Mirror







20 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


UNF's Annual Family Fest will be
held on Sunday, April 9, from 11:30
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the University of
North Florida (UNF) picnic area near
St. Johns Bluff Road rain or shine.
Activities for all ages include reading,
nature, audience-participation musical
theater, workshop, storytelling, craft,
nature projects, canoeing, games,
nature scavenger hunt, parachute
activity, and face painting. For more
information, call 620-2372.
The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86 meets
the first Wednesday of each month.
Meetings are held in Building 612 on
Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at
7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and the first
Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1
p.m. For more information, call 772-
0242 or Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No.
300 meetings are held the second
Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at
the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker
Road. For more 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. The chapter also has service
officers available Monday, Wednesday
and Friday from 1-4 p.m. to help with
claims. To make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945.


The Clay County Chapter 1414,
National Active and Retired
Federal Employees invites all active
and retired employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second Tuesday
of each month at 1 p.m. at the Orange
Park Library, 22054 Plainfield Avenue
in Orange Park. For more information,
call 276-9415.
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, reservists,
retired military and active and retired
Department of Defense civilians. For
more information, call 778-0805 or
email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meet-
ings 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 wid-
owed that have children,of any ages.
For more information, please check out
dur Web site at www.pwpnflorida.com
or call 307-6261.
The MOMS Club of Jacksonville
- Orange Park/Westside holds its
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 information,
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
Bohac at 542-2939. You can also visit
www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses
Association holds its 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 Associa-
tion 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 meet-
ing on the fourth Thursday each month
at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street.
Interested personnel are encouraged


to attend or contact Lt. Cmdr. Herlena
Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102 or
email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X meets
on the first Wednesday of each month
at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in motorcy-
cling 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 informa-
tion, call 269-5369 or visit
www.fllx.org.
Several youth fishing derbies will
be held throughout the city of
Jacksonville. The following are the
days, times and locations: April 15, 9
a.m. to noon at Crystal Springs Park,
May 6, 9 a.m. to noon at Huguenot
Park, June 3, 9 a.m. to noon at Hanna
Park and Aug. 19, 9 a.m. to noon at
Oceanway Park. A youth fishing tour-
nament will be held Sept. 9 from 7 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at Hanna Park. The tourna-
ments are free for children under 13.
For more information, call 573-4918.
The Southern Genealogist's
Exchange Society will hold its
monthly meeting Saturday at 10 a.m. at
the SGES library at 6215 Sauterne
Drive. For more information, call 778-
1000.
The Cherokee of Georgia Tribal
Council is holding its annual spring
Pow-Wow today through April 8 in St.


George, Ga. Admission is free and all
military are welcome. Fpr more infor-
mation, contact Patrick O'Connell or
Michelle Rogers of the Cherokee of
Georgia Tribal office at (912) 843-
2230/2744.
The Jacksonville Genealogical
Society will hold its monthly meeting
at the Webb-Wesconnett Library, 6887,
103rd Strre, Jacksonville, April 15 at
1:30 p.m. For more information, contact
Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.
The Knights of Columbus will
hold their 10th annual 5K Beach Run
April 22, at 7a.m. Visit www.flrunning.
com or www.ancientcityrr.org for addi-
tional information and registration form.
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 information, call (904) 824-
0716.
The Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens is offering free admission
each Tuesday from 4-9 p.m. through
September. Visitors can attend lec-
tures, docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the muse-
um's Masterworks collection and spe-
cial exhibitions and experience Art
Connections, the museum's hands-on
education center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-6025.


JAX SPORTS


Tennis tourney planned
A men and women's singles tennis tournament will be held April 24 at 5 p.m. The tournament is free
and open to all NAS Jax authorized men and women. There will be a separate men and women's divi-
sion. Matches will be played at the Guy Ballou Tennis Complex. Awards will be given for each division.
Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign up by April 21.
Indoor volleyball meeting planned
An indoor volleyball meeting will'be held May 10 at 11:30 a.m. in the Building 850 conference room.
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty, command Department of Defense personnel 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 dis-
cuss rules and to get the required paperwork to join the league.
Sports officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is looking for individuals 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 provided as
well as transportation, entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested runners must compete in a.sanctioned
(USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America) race and your time
must be one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in a sanctioned race and your time
meets 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
2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit www.nasjax.navy.mil.


coordinator, at 542-


STANDINGS


Intramural Soccer Standings As of March 31
Team Wins Losses Ties
VP-30 O's 1 0 0
VS-31 1 0 0
AIMD 1 1 0
VP-45 0 0 1
Naval Hospital 0 0 1
VP-30 E's 0 1 0
VS-22 0 1 0


Local park offers free nature 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.
Hooray for
Homeschoolers!
Audubon Adventures:
Real-Life Dragons and
Damsels
April 28, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Dragonflies ... dam-
selflies... do you know the
difference? Did you know
that both dragonflies and
damselflies begin life
underwater and have gills
for breathing? Learn more
about our dragons and
damsels and what you can
do to help them.
Participants will take home
an Audubon Adventures
newspaper on dragonflies
and damselflies designed
for students functioning at
grades 3-5.
Gardening for
Butterflies
April 29
10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Learn more about gar-
dening for butterflies from
Marc Minno, noted butter-


fly expert and author of five
books on butterflies. Minno
will present a slide pro-
gram on butterfly garden-
ing, followed by a tour of
the gardens. He will also
conduct a book signing of
his fourth and fifth books
Florida Butterfly Garden-
ing and Florida Butterfly
Caterpillars and Their Host
Plants.
Map and Compass
Instruction
April 29
10 a.m.-noon


a compass to determine
bearings, setting up travel
locations on a map, and
determining bearings to
travel locations.
Teams of two will use
their new knowledge to find
eight locations within the
park woods. Each partici-
pant must have a flat
acrylic/plastic compass and
mosquito repellent. For
more information or to reg-
ister, please email John
Trow at Johntrow3@juno.


Instructions cover boxing com.


a~~~,0w I

STUNT KITES BOX
'I .: Ii I
I Is"


LLwOFCOPEGYA.3 BALDT


2105 PARK AVENUE-SUITE 7
ORANGE PARK. FL 32073-5557
CALL 904 278 3915-FAX: 904 278 3916
PBALDT@BELLSOUTH NET


"WE BRING THE MILITARY


MARKET To You!"


Military Publications reach

&e Z 810/% of the military community







Miity l Military Community
Includes 92,103 Active-Duty,
Reserves, Retirees and
Contractors









Working On Base -
50,631


Acfive-Duty, Reserves, Civilians, Contractors


..... ...... J- AirNews- .... ,


Published by

SOR094162


I!


I







JaxAir NoWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 21







SIxAirNi assi ie



PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD CLASSIFIED INDEX
BY PHONE 366-6300 Announcements 100's
Mon.-Thurs. 7:30a.m.-6:Oqp.m. 904-366-6300UU Auctions 200's
Fri. 7:30a.m.-5:30p.m. 1 Real Estate for Sale 230-390
Toll Free 800-2$8-4637 CANCELLATIONS, CHANGES & BILLING Real Estate for Rent 400's
SAd Errors Please read your ad on the first day of publication. We accept responsibility for only the first incorrect
BY FAX 904-359-4180 insertion and only the charge for the ad space in error. Please call 366-6300 immediately for prompt correction and Commercial Real Estate 500-515
IN PERSON billing adjustments. Financial 550-570
Ad Cancellation Normal advertising deadlines apply for cancellation. When cancelling your ad, a cancellation t 0!1:
Many people prefer to place classified number will be issued. Retain this number for verification. Call 366-6300. Instruction .. S
in person and some classified cate- Billing Inquiries Call the Billing Customer Service Department at 359-4324. To answer questions about payments Employment 700's
gories require prepayment. For your or credit limits, call the Credit Department at 359-4214. Services 800's
convenience, we welcome you to place
your classified ad at The Florida Times- GENERAL INFORMATION Merchandise 900's
Union from 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., Advertising copy is subject to approval by the Publisher who reserves the right to edit, reject or classify all advertise- Petsl/Animals 1000'S
Monday-Friday at One Riverside Avenue ments under appropriate headings. Copy should be checked for errors by the advertiser on the first day of publica- Transportation 1200's
(at the foot of the Acosta Bridge). tion. Credit for Publisher errors will be allowed for the first insertion for that portion of the advertisement which was
Deadlines incorrect. Further, the Publisher shall not be liable for any omission of advertisements ordered to be published, nor ONLINE
i -.. for any general, special or consequential damages. Advertising language must comply with Federal, State or local
.- U.:^;!al'Fax byt _-y laws regarding the prohibition of discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations. Standard Classified line ads are onne at axa ews.com
Thursday Tue, Noon Tue, 11 a.m. abbreviations are acceptable; however, the first word of each ad may not be abbreviated. FREE online advertising!
Please note: Fax deadlines are one hour earlier.
Holiday and Legal deadlines vary and will be sup- Your Classified in-column ad automatically appears online at
plied upon request. Cancellation and correction The anchor indicates the ad is a FREE Fleet Market Ad placed by military personnel, no additional charge.
deadlines are the same as placement deadlines.

200 Auctions 246 Camden Co., 302 Riverside 306 Intracoastal 310 Mandarin 322 Argyle 330 Beaches 350 Waterfront 370 Lots for Sale
AUCTION Orde 4/2 BEAUTIFUL 3/1,1300sf, ICW EAGLES CREEK 4/2 BARTRAM TRAILS 4/2.5, Clay Co./Spencer's Glenn 3/2Golf course and water Deepwater Isle of Palms ONE ACRE LOT
Sall new upgrds, hwd firs 2400SF stucco home, Bit '97, 3/2. beautiful view Pool,$415,500, 3/2.5 totally renov, dock WithWell,
88.4+ ACRES tile wood flooring throughout. 1426 Dakar on gorgeous lot. built on .5AC, in unrl- lake view from encl Pictures @ http://info- 4116 Cordgrass Open Septic,&Pole
BULLOCH COUNTY ltepwoodaOforln, $159K ph 904-838 6039 Must see this home if' vailed N'hood, $489,000. sunroom, cath. ceilgs, tube.net/136118 Sat & Sun 1.4. 626.9191 Owner Financing.
Announcements NEVILS, GA backyard, cul-e-sac you are a picky Call 234-7930' split fir plan,sg.sys, At Bch (251)327-8394 LOT W/DOCK PERMved Lots Alsva
100 Clubsand FOR INFO. CALL lot, new appliances, buyer. Kernan area smoke a rmu Rirrigsys IT 904 225449387520784
1-866-282-1705 912-673- near schools. FSBO by appt only. Spa- w/well, to many extras Trout Rvr Landing $135K.
Og ions peormanceauction.com www.myklngsbay.com 305 Southside Aot i ou4/ 20fcs to ist. Priced to 334 Keystone 70x130. Robing
Organizations www.mykn cm 35 Sothside Almost 1800SF with all appls &jacuzzi 2 $206,900. 9047101299 334 Heights 904-924-0033/759-418037 Farms/
105Dating and Services living/dining/family fplc's. $315K 100% Fin. 517 Summit Dr. Hg 909 3375 Acreage
107Telephone Dating 294 Fernandina/ Beautiful 3/2 completely rooms, eat in kitchen. Avail9042629543 ST. JOHNS RIVER FRONT Acrege
Servces 210 Estate Sales 29 Am4elaIsland remodeled 1000sf Nice Screenedeporch and A 0 9' t.--, PARCEL -approx 3.5 ac,
110 app Ads 21 Estate Sales AmeliaIsland ced back ya rd. c erook nature OPEN & SPACIOUS3/2 325 North 5170 HERRON ROAD 300x538ft, located in Green Cove Springs off
115Lostand Found $145K904333.2066 preskverlknatureve. $247,900. E I,new Jacksonville 10ACRES$149,900 Bostwick FL $975k, Highway 17,S acres.
roofIlam, firs. $204,900 (904)38414677 Owner fin availl No equestrian community
Notices B. an Psents NORTH HAMPTONp o www.wesellaxrealestate.com Brokers, 864-461-3374 $125K firm 4044344719
1Personals AN DALE NT Golf EAST HAMPTONFS BRooKwooD FOREST Owner/Rltr 850-774,2433 AMELIA VIEW FSBO4/3, '_____Sfrm_______
esAntq furn, sterling, BROOKGOODTHOONSB!2300sf, tile throughout.
3T ies porcelain china cu Course View 89900 1st Pse/ Lrg. 3/2.Townhome Remodeled 3/2 w/Pool gran cntrtos .Sac. Orange Park/ Beautiful 2.23acres.
ravel/Rides glass, art1 ivory, statu- Popular Wakefield II omeez.com ure w/garage, near 10530 Docksider Dr. E. fncd ot, $395. 7594180 335 15Wx660, boat slip New Log Cabin Shells
14MOVacation/VTiavel ary, jewelry etc. Good model 4/3/3 9046. 6335 Appt. only. wrae 9, n050 sie l Clay avail. 904-483-6391 On 1-2 AC Sites $89,900
146900/976Services Sale11649 Mayvlew off w/2573sq.ft. New Regency&9.A$179,000 $205,000. Assist2Sell ava17A.r904-8 P l w
M5 900/976 Services Su 1649 tayvew off ew/R27s.fthNew buyers & sellers ser- Available Nowl 1.7 Acre Parcels w/
147 Dating Services Hhe I 57p, e e FSBO 2/1, 7m from the vices 268-7525 Co tly located, BUILDERS MODEL HOME Spectacular Mountain
1 tThur./ Fri. 10.4. kitchen cabinets, beach. 199 Bradley Dr. HOME FINDER REALTY cozy, quiet cul-de-sac Dr's Lake/CR220 355 Condominiums Viewsa $39,900.$89,90,
165 Entertainment HOUSE FOR SAE level 3 tileset diago- bec.19Balyr.OEFNECET vie26-55Cvnntyoaed UIDRMDL M
Services www.blangston.com ay e lac.lotu new roof, ch 2211711 OR 241.5501 daybreak woods sub- W.R. Sekeres, Inc. ___In_ CALL 828-256-1004
Services www.blangston.com nallyeve coun- plumb up to code, 70%315 Arlingt division, 1148 Dawnlight, Lic RE Brkr 904-591-4493
upgrades. OWNER restored. 352-694-7884 3/2,1336sf, 877-388-3726 ATL BCH 1/2 blk to ocean SOUTH GA
Lost and Mandarin Lots of Mahog. MOTIVATED. LOWESTxx106or904,573-2275, OPCC 5/5 + ofc/ 3 3/2, fully furn, patio,
lOI D o ntiquesLcoltbls, PR D WA E KENSINGTON. 3/2 HW MLS#21051 4 1 8 9 + s f o n pool, 1100+sf,$399,900 Ocmulgee Riverfront!
115 Found org oil pntngs, kiln N 54, R 307 San Marco SHUGE FLA RM/w Owne/An 9042471049 Wildife Paradise!
ed Fri/Sat 94502 2 09186$ will not last at this 439, 904-612-8860. View loneientlyN r ea es a
BA n 21-9680.n Thihwlnbet la9 FI Green r. $ 225K759-2993 cozyquiete rnA e Pao Clinic, beautiful ground 3,186 AC $5,177,250
At KD ng's Bry charlloyd.com/estatesale wwwinfotubenet #137092, RT r e 22 cule-sac, Day- 2116 y32 floor condo, lbr w/den www.stregispaper.com
A Basebali flei.Granada break Woods Subdivi- 2600sf, screened or 2br, 1 bath, w/d, all
asealf found WINDSOR PARK 3977 Cordova Ave. sin, 148Dawnlig porch shed, fence, applies, gas frpi, pre- 44362244
7Sel 0 8oun / Georgia Real N2 Open 3384 Rogero Road 3/2,h336st, $184,900 PEN HOUSE serve views, gatedS t Paper C LC
912-57&2098 230 GeorgiaReal 0 Hoe 1806sf, hrwd firs, cul March 30, 31& April 6,7 5 Bed/1.S Bath $182,000 877-388-3726 x 106 or April 8,12. 5pmn, poolJ acuzzi, gym St.RegiS Paper Co, LLC
Pc e WEstate 298 Open House -de-sac, crwn midg, 9:30-12:30 Completely Updated/ 904-573-2275 PCS 26 1031 immaculate move in
Built ins, fenced yd,2 April 1, 2, 8, 9 New RoofJIcond. 1078sf by owner ST. AUG.nxt to Bertram
120 Notices WEILER CO GA 189AC. Oran Park South ar. no agents, 1-4 (904) 384677 PACEISL, 4BR. LR, FR, Irg $148,900.404-434-4719 pime.
primehunting 5 ac lake 21362223-3779 Den r aily Real Estate www.webuyjaxrealestate.com 0 bea s smanyupgrades. e rAC. Cal
_____$750K______ prime 5W ac2116-/2Penny'"Bird Do"Dly ac 330 Beaches ,many iagoon. NR DOWNTOWNp-2/1.5 per AC. 390-0990
- SDIVORCE divide. 321-863-7499 wl rc2 h-se'ned Broker 396-DIGS $375,000.904-525-6946 newly remod, steps to
AMERICAN STYLE! a $1.30 Westside Beautiful onte Vedra the river, pool frnt, 60AC.WAYCROSS4High&
UncontS tested r Camd Co. i USpn U3 e 5/3, 2993sf Uon lake 3007 PACE Ia SLAND. Oe. n $132,900. 904-571-1112 Dry Planted Pines All o
wihDivorcedpaperswhad .or y A 25 0 Cypiress Crk Subd.of House, Sun Apr 9 h, 2.5 RIVERFRONT Topart. Starting at $3200
hout kids (while you GA in 310 Mandari BRAND NEW BEAUTIFUL Sawgrass PlayerClub. 1444 Water Ppt Ln. TOP FLR per acre.904044214
wait) With Kids (a little I___________ __ HOME 4/2 on 1.3 acres. Great open plan, perf. Gated comm. 4/2, 2150 newsdrs / windows,
aonger)Sincep19oly .Avondale/ ForLd n g.850K Fabul tn,07 42 Grandcn /,2
longer) Since 1983/bvy 300 3221r Avondale/ For Cl3ified Aresing Great value' $235.000. for family & entertain- s, lagoon&preserve. 2878902 27k Investment
lng d m tURshu 2 sO287-8902 $427k In
appt:ly3000K5G5-9D32MOTIVall 90425 42 nwk.h GrnDcntrs, newOflrs, FP 380P e
.4187 _/ n.Rgenc edb kr ie Em n0 n,.r n sI,9052Bartram133ll ern-626v-r26689 -ng.Fabulouskitchen,
S .back 1 Orega ,J-6300 Bargran. s cnt/rtops, con- $329K, 904-215-5209 ORANGE PK2/2.5, Fpl 0 Properties
EewtL ref, lanund JEWEL 3.chi19, 1..0025.463i Springs DW MHN 32 on priv. lot, vection/thermal oven & 2scrndepatio, new h ecar- e M n y
NEED A LAWYER? newstPln- JEWEL.32 h 1 97 .r6 /pait, new S Are you Making Pay
A ne dry hook-up.window 1302 Tiaibot. Nv roo & aDw Eotnrtome nee, apple &cpi. Fpi many extras. Screen ssPENCERPLAN. o2929sf ed t pano, new ca -
AcdenArres? Diorel atmentsrentS nd mor. A teal erscom atm2 c,, .tr a swg. As,sin patio & deck, over- 4br/bag$339K rig, new DW, newer mentsn n aHouseYou
AAAArneRelerral5c a e. 0 ,00C eanne .n. 904 27 277 looking water. Must buwer.co stove, WD, lyr home Can'tSell? Forecosure?
1.800-733-5342,24H MRS. ca11912 5764028 at $255K 904 4653301 25465348 see! $589K. 904 285.0853 ID#JAX85049087984 wrrty 1050sf $121900 Divorce? Probate?
l -FSBO31.5oEbloc".Call 904-502-0875 CALL TODAY 38A4677
Secret Of How To Get the Highest Make Your 1 a appliances. fncd By The Professiona 345 SuN 1 O4 San s 2
FirstAlliancerHomeeCounty Sun l-4 San Jose 22fp
Price When You Sell Your Home! k i L 0 7447 LeGramd ois n sunrm, Panool, Jacuzzi, A$1,
Washington.DC A reereportnasUSbeen B D am $17,500, 904278 2951 14 BRYCEVILLE AREA 15ac. $96.K 04509-2844 A
released that shares lintle known secrets of ho tIo.' --,. JAX BEACH 3/2, 1700sf, bit '01, lac STONEBRIDGE 3/2. S'side
et he highest price or your home nen you ell 2BA, BONUS 2300sfbr/2ba, 2 lots, pond, very priv., 439K. Gated, man amenities
Acohhh reoor m otlCa.llDDoug oke RM I5 -:ch9.-r26cNesdgep8795696/219-4297 ur Ie6
Auctions it. Call 1-800-320-1495. ex 1002.24 hrs for Cl Doug o RM 50 .hNew ng,heatpump, 904879.5696/219-4297 uprae pool,
200Aucions recorded message ano a FREE copy of th,s report. & mbIn roof.$46
210 Estate Sales call and find out .hat most Duyersrihope *ou never P-a : c 5 mi 707.9767t Seve 2498637constructed 3/2, 2269sf, '
20ubc Sales read!Freeservicepr;e byCli BrughnU.S. Naval Academy 8 242ShirleyAve. NEPTUNEBEACH 2cgon 1 acre. $215K. Out of Area/ .. .
--CDR USN etli FULLY RENOV. 4'-2, FSBO to beach. 116 Davis St. s.,Nihel-Ar[T.l0 Im t
Z' 1 51 ag1 13orIchil--3 NT50_colonial home, partial Rehab Draw Up Front
-Ie 6 Here 0 HelpYu. Buy = 5 r J1,-67 NORTH JAX BEACH FSBO 350 Waterfront F G N, e o ra Unties
Sell Relocale s blocks to beach furn'd. Currently used *NoPre Pay Penaltiese
-T HOUSE FORSALE 80'x115' lot 2/1 house CONDO 2/2, w/boat slip as residence & bed & No JunkFees
Like gol. strong fundamentals T NearNASJAX. 1126 5th St. N. AS IS. OpenHouseSat/Sun.2-4 breakfast $290K 36.HourClosings
-W"AJM are the key to success a a of landacross5 $299K 904-553-7203 Canal leading to ICW. wolandandla.
efrome water. 2( sts 14750 Beach Blvd, #46. com 229-334-8104 No Money Down
3 oh M C U ,pool, 269-9527,2$247K PONTEVEDRA-L'Atrium $375K. 904-992-1443 MTN VIEW LOTS-Lake *100% Financing
hn MREALTOR Ce (904 505-9326 MOTIVATED SELLER 2500sf, 4/2.5, new kitch. DOCTORS LKE, Lure, NC, from $29,900 r e
NaLi \N Veran. Re w/35 veaxr Fcderal En ll J.. .nk: ,. lr,-.rF m roofpaint.By owner. REDUCED $50K www.rowelland.com 864909 1035
i own.3N 1OV. Fleming Island FL
Home?7 on. N6 W J PVB/Sawgrass 3/2+Den Stunning new ('03) W N U0N GA 9M4737.0144
S Buying a Home? 90 9.1 culdesac, comm pool custom executive all Screven-75mi from
Sc grt schls, $1600gmo. sell brick waterfront model, Jacksonville, 221/ acres, www.acafa.com .
Sre" Contact your VA New all brick. 2557. 4 2. @$389,900904-273-9549 4/3/office, pool, spa, 2200 feet borderinLicensed ga
HomeLoanExpert- giiantI c 1m. 267' d e .,dock with boathouse game reserve-14x0 LicensedMore
::*U O- S2 Home Loan Expert- Ornl 9.900 c 31 PVB TPC Sawgrass &2additionalslips. mobile home, excellent Lender#L1000054767
.J:s .,. ,. teL iMR -J EK ', *Laurie M. Potter Jr-,n,, at 9',J..71l) 1 6001sf+enlared patio, Massive kitchen loaded condition, not a dilapa- idh eGr
-f YNCM Uhp Retd a OWNERdNANCEome; Gargae me make
I L-4b=, S^S.,o- *"* -r i ^$60,000. Will consider for the best investment
$n, noHardwd firs, fplc, Weekendspeclahpickyour sometrade. Call deals possible. Expect
"'"("S"'""r'c" ran Conta O REDUCED oodburner4- 591ttub" interiorcoors&fooring S912.5862079 to double your inven-
L e $ori anin o5our 3 '. 1 5 n .' kit. b t .504-9597 upgrades at no charge. F n to Woule y rg availed
A ome904)448-9330 x225 nan oI needs. including 'iHomes WHOLESALE PROPERTIES
Cell (904) 463-2065 I-'A FHA fomre eqhi40 or Learn Real Est. Investing
V.,_liews! .r WWONoS M T GAGE LHMrealestate.com
.conenional oans. 322 Arle SERVICES rI'SFREEI s 904 399-0463
Ortega 'Ri eu:r,. :. ALL BRICK 3/2 .Ifwca......tdo..... .a'te. siooe uicommns. a u.ed 385 Miscellaneous
dCORNER LOT. vERY2&3Ernms Fn.d35Mseln________________ous
1100]5''r SeaJgated HOME LOANS CALL (904) 891 8672 .k FORECLOSUREI
IBdr('"2 B +LtJacksonville, FL 32207., OR (904)781.6417 S Land H me.;Packe-" $13,2001 For Listins
S"'i ;" '. .' 1$980 D0 on $C95 Mornth 800-749-8124 X8987
-St nrl .. s e- vni, 6 C all Mr. Lewis 783 8 3858R o
DN'SIDE FORECLOSURE
A T EN IO M LI AR 14c3bed $29,900'





















HsoiAon l .- .. -' """...,"".Irir ------------- -, -.-.-,-.-- ..--------------- ...------------------OME? TOP CASH!' 43Rooms to Rent


l.. .. .. 24Hours.OLdo'" or Assume 4406Beach/Vacation/
RIVIERA PARK.W.AY .N H e-- -- -" Loan. Cal 730 8606 Resorts
APARTMENTS New Homes www.EzHomeSolutions.org 370 Lots for sale Mane Ren
S e450 Management/Rental
Hurry Hurry Hurry from the $160's AMELiA ISLAND NASSAU 455 Wanted to Rent
Call Now, "" 11 NEAR Ritz.Carlton/Bch
Call Now! $.220,000. 205-222-1988
389-3179 e rd $3,000.1 acre hih and aFurnished
8:30-5:30 M-F1 dry, MH $2900 Ar.
8:30-5:30M-F 4-683-438 ARL -REGENCY INN *
-- -. WEEKLY SPECIALS*
P-.l 1 /U ^.,,,._.__Alliance Realty Group MLSa I .,RIsDESuDoO
-Beautifully furnished, all
..-.- ," -_.- '- -, '"1 I'- '- extras pd. $150wk + dep
S- ii SERVING THE FINEST" .384-4939
AFFORDABLE With Realty, Mortgage, and Relocation Needs! 4 4a3 n
New Quality Built Homes With U 405 Aari ed
SLARGE A Personal Touch 4 1 629-8496 ARLINGTON
ph.: 904268x5553 c:29 LT
W1-,2,3 BEDROOM $100 DEPOSIT
Jack Lee Construction fax:9042685766 tczr01@yahoo.com :Unfurnished Studios
HS'Cony to Town & Beaches
S7839039 Old Middleburg FROM $375 MO
EA S ...T-OO m,. O AKS* A z C c 0 -0 T Furn & Unfurn
78939OlMd a 4 Tony Cozier WillowLakesofArl
1000: CBCtwoo22d9735StAug e "Drive #On" WS77035Hare Ave.0
I ]; 9735 St. Augustine Rd. Suite #11 Jacksonville, FL 32257
(904)845-2923574CB009-5t.Agu Si








22 Jax Air Neows, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006

405 Apartments 410 Condominiums 420 Houshed
4 Unfurnished 10420 Unfurnished



Fernandina, Your search Orange Park South $1050,904 46580970 PCS
e new Desirable Location. PLAN2X2 T ARLINGTON 3/2
Ss/clst 695t R'side. a W Garage & Private Back- n 1640 sfty, ens
21 $6uzie5a9042772500 w ; Tile firs moyard. Rent $800 Dep $800 s w come no

SJULINGTON CREEK Cabin Call 472-7314 hkuptSalarm, $1050W/D
with bath & kitchen, AC, ORTEGA/OP area Condo 90 465 0970 PCS
dock access $425/mo. for sale or lease. Lrg A N U /
287-5997 or 384-675 5 4/2.5 TH, $129,900/ ARL NearJUn 2,
$1100mo. 779-2288 J car oveway,
Ortega River Waterfront in. ground pool,
NORTHSIDE $550 -$760 2/1.5, w/d, priv deck, mo dep.x + $1o/mo
gated sec. new ap ct, close proximity to 9A &
1,2 & 3 BR's Available! $500mo. 9048876622 shopping areas, please
(904) 757 -0240 contact, Robert Meggs,
Ashley Park Apartments Ortega waterfront near 9s233652 or
NASJAX, & downtown. nossralsuva@hotmall.com
3/2. granite counters, ATLBCHCypressCove
$150omo. 301-9044221 3/2 1 car gar, fenced yd,
NORTHSIDE nicee $1150m+sec. dep
S2 L/oNOl7H Rs. ICW Avanti SPECIAL 220-7119 or 704-0486
L, H Vouchers 2/21177s.f. w Solarium AVONDALE 2/1 $725 ch&a
*.'t,' Accepted. Best Rental Deal $975 HW Firs, 1 Car Gar, Prch
11' I S99 Deposit! (3) Floor plans AVL WD hu, 950SF, Fenced Bk
a No APP.Fee Jenn Broker 917 859 7859 VANSANDT RE 389-3540
S(904) 751-1510 PVB/SUMMERHOUSE 2/2 Beaches, S 2nd St & 22nd
O1st fir on golfers. mile Ave 2br/1.5ba Town-
N'SIDE NOW LEASING to beach fp, star,1mile home,both sides avail.
BR$41Shannon R e pt's $1000mo.239214205 $1225m 760-445.4789
e3BR's $625. Section PVB Belleza 2/2 lcarg CHIMNEY LA KES-c 3/2 FR
welcomed. Newly Renov. Over looks poolgym, & w/brk fplc, 2 car gar
Into 904-350-9070 volleyball court. $1400m comm pool & rec area
9RIVESIDE1 porch v 04.47 m12140 In. to malls & NAS Jax,
RIVERSIDE 1/1 w/porch 904*47114 $1100mo 301-904.4221
CH/A off street parking. PVB Spacious 2/2, 2story CLAY COUNTY- 4BR/2BA
carpet, water inc crnrunit, flw/d, new CLAY COUNTY- 4BR2BA
$475m Call 399-4797 renov. $1150om+elect. 1641 sqft great schools
1-RIVERSIDE 3/2 ch&a 1.240 388-0056 Iv msg no pets. Available now.
RIVERSIDE 3/2 $650 ch&Ha P$1100/mnth Call 612-0358
1350SF, Gas Fplc, WD Hu PVB SUMERHOUSE 2/2 all
SWater Inc, DW, Nr 5Pts new. 2ndflr-crnr.5 star Edgewood /New Kings
SVANSANDT RE 389-3540 amen. incl. pool, club 3/1 fenced back yard,
RIVERSIDECLEAN2/1 hse, $995.90742-5843 on bus line, no smk, no
RIVERSIDE CLEAN 2/1 pets $800 +dep 317- 3255
no smoker or or pets, PV OCEAN GROVE SPECIALI dp 35
$500mo + $250 sec. dep. 2/2 $1050 -1/1 $925 FLEMING ISLAND
904-807-5590 FP. vltd cels, beautiful] PLANTATION. new, 3/2.5,
Newly ren. many amenit gar., 2 story, pool,
RIVERSIDE LgBR CH&A, AllCondos Inl Appl & Blinds $1,100. 9042782734
hardwd floors, lean, *arages fr rnt from$7 Fleming Beauy 3/
good n'hood, near hosp REALTY EXECUTIVES End of culdesac, hottub,
$0mo+dep.73-3939 or 610-6460 patterson elem, pets ok
RIVERSIDE REGENCY-9A/Merril Gtd $1275m 904-284 -2776
Near 5 points. 1/1 no Brand new 3/2, w/d, pool FRUIT COVE 3/2 Frplc,
pets $595mo. 380-4441 balc. overlks nat. presv. fencd, carport. No pets.
SSAN MARCO $1100llOOm. 904.568-0284 Harmony Dr $995m $995
S' AN1 M & 2 BR SpecialR REGENCY -Brand new sec dep 04,287-8721
U r S CALL 398-9492 3/2, app i eqp,$950mo. HYDE GROVE-6951
S887-4146, 651-2222 Dayton Rd. Almost new
3/2, 2 car gar, cony loc.
WESTSIDE Brand new REGENCY -Brand new $1100mo. REF. 779-2288
apt., 3/2 off 103rd, close 2/2, apple eq $885mo. ICW/UNF/KERNAN 3/2,
to NAS. $875. Call Ca887-4146, 651-2222 2cgar, scrpatio, lgfncd
Walter 318-2004 2alls887-h1
Syd, sprnklr sys. Grt Schls
SAIL COVE -3/2, water $1300m. 904620 8568
SPECIAL 941-320-8154 0 0 m CW off Hodges 2/2+Den,
garage, w/d hkp,
SOUTHSIDE CONDO freshly pntd. Culdesac,
1 MONTH Lakecrest2/,1 w/gar, $1200m+dp. 404,218- 5718
$950L The Landings 2/O.
FREE RENT S5. NWtillams Walk 1/'S CPW/OAKS 4/2 LR/DR/Den
ON SELECT UNITS $850.904-334-5540 w/FP, Tile Cvd Pat
W&D, CuldeSac $1395
Restrictions apply S'side New Townhome 904-230-1748
CALL 744-4022 at Wolf Creek 3br, 2.5ba. JCPNew4/2, newtile
FOR DETAILS $1,500/mo. JN 42e ie
RIVER BEND APTS Call 248 -939-1985 neut. clrs, ob &porcn.
__, _ST. NICHOLAS New 2/2, $1395m. 422-6743
gtd comm, scr atio with
410 Condominiums watee, oAtl. Bvd KEY STONE HEIGHTSc3/2
4 o i s e .o233t31Blvd DW new appliances,
$850m.904i-233,3112 deck, new carpet,
Atlantic Beach 2/2 5 WS Natures Hideaway $700mo. +1st + last, no
1750sf 2carg. 1/2 block Blanding/295 3/2, Ist pets, 904-291-6506
from ocean. $1900 flronla e, nosmkr, no LAKE ABURY- New
992-4352or655.6533 pets $950+dep 317-3255 brick 3/2E 1800sf, comm
pool & prk. $1295mo.
AVANTI/ KERNAN n r Houses Call 759-4181
UNF, bch. 2/2, $975mo, 415 Furished
S3/2, $1175mo, S'side/ Furnished LAKESHORE-3/1, CH&A,
reserve, 2/2, $950mo hrdwd firs, w/d hkp,
Gated/amen 962-2418 MANDARIN Guest Cot- $895m110.
BAYMEAD W-Am stage on river lbr, hdwd 3844080 or cell 707-1235
ngy Beautfu 3/3DOWS-Ae frs, CH&A, cable $1100
S somingly Beautifuloft on mo + dep. 904-737-2314 MAND. 3/2,2cgar, fncd,
ineLosLasw/lofton w/d, nice n'borhd, great
- lake. New $1200mo Ortega 1/1 Cottage location.$1200m+$1000d
S708-6489 Completely furnished, Sm. pets ok. 904-534.5041
EAHES 1/1 furn'd, just bring your clothes.
BEACHES 1/ furnd,1 /S $1150m 759-4850 MAND. open & spacious
Block from ocean. 3/2,2cg, w/dhu, great
Laundry free, pool, pets n'borhd. $1225m+sec.
" ok. $950m 477-4640 420 Houses Owner/Rltr 850-774.2433
BY RIVER -2/1.5 newly 420 Unfurnished MANDARIN 2/2.5 TH, 1367
remod, pool front sqft,updated,onpond
$950mo. + dep. All ALL REAL ESTATE PRO 9419Genna Trace Trail
amenities 463-3514 904-743-3050 $900/ mo. 208-1341
SS, New 4/3 lake, 2760sf;
Jax Beach/ The Palms Oakleaf Plant. 5/3, 3900sf MANDARIN 3/1, roomy
lbr/lba, 2 pools, grd fir, f.place, Dish/w, wash/
gym near each&shops ARGYLE 8121 Boones- dry.New firing $1150m
$875mo. 904 4761214 borough Trail 3/2, GHS/ 904-529-8022
LE OR UR$HASE 975mo / $975 dep.
LEASE OR PURCHASE 777- 0691 695-3388 Mandarin-3/2,
.BUY OWNER -/ 1930sf. covered pool
t IL Vilagio brand new 3/2 ARGYLE Cinnamon Lakes Lw/ svc, 10471 Spotted
(2) avail. @ $230K ea. 3BR 2BA $1195,1425SF, Fawn Ln, $1425 mo.
Call Eddie.954 602947 Fplc, 2 Car Gar Kit Equip. 710-3488. PCS
MANDRIN/ BARTRAM PK MANDARIN Guest Cot-
2/2 lux condo, 1200sf. ARGYLE FOREST 4/3/2 tage on river lbr hdwd
gated comm, lots of Formal DR, FL rm, frpl, firs, CH&A, cable $725
amenities, $1100mo. fen'd yard, $1500mo. mo + dep. 904-737-2314
Call 904-612-4748 Pets ok. 850-864-3715 NEPTUNE BCH TH, 2/2.5,
O.P. Oakleaf, Beautiful ARL/WS3760 Haslett E 1400SF, Icar gar, pool,
brand new 2/2, $995m, 3/1, ofc, 1700sf, gar, pool CH/A, Summer Sands
amenities, must see. w/svc $1275. 1/1 5150 $1100mo. 610-7355
904 347-9229/E:827-1967 Kingsbury $598 465-3301 NORTHSIDEBRAND NEWI
OAKLEAF PLANTATION I!! ARL. Spacious 3/2, fp 4/2 great house, 2147sf,
SHugenew flat 2/2 +gar fnc bkyd recently hugebkydw/ preserve
Son lake + forest $1000. updtd, w/d, conv. loc, 947 Bonaparte Landing Ct
SWon't last! 291-4290 $1300m. 407-521-7473 $1450. Call 904-704 -3722
A-


420 Houses A420 Houses
4 0 Unfurnished '20 Unfurnished
NORTHSIDE Rent to own
1491 West. 25th St. 3/1.,
$695m. W of 95. N. Hwy 1 19 Ahq
Own/Rltr. 904-381- 4998
N'SIDE 2BR w/TV room,
ch/a. stove, frigde, m
$700m. No dogs please.
1214W.27th.7098006 E R A
N'SIDE RTO 6 Houses; E
2toSBdrms, 1-2Bth, REA L E STATE
ch/a, newly renov, $550 an n
$850mo. 904-535-7461 Dan Jones, In
Oakleaf brand new, 4/3, (904 757-3466
close to Argyle Elem. (904) 757-3466
upgrades galore f Ic, www.ERADANJONES.com
$1295mo. 904 236-9889 Homes,
OAKLEAF PLANTATION Townhomes, and
Like New lyr old. 4/2 Condominiums
with screened porch 1 2 3 & 4 Bedrooms
$1200mo 904-424.-4072 $525 -$1600
OAKLEAF PLANTATION In the
*3059 Tower Oaks. New 3/2 Following Areas:
$1200/mo. 1/2 month free Northside
HAMPTON S. -St Johns Cty Oceanview
210 & 95. Brand new home w/
many upgrades, golf course Mayport
comm. 4/2, never lived in. San Marco
2300SF, comm ammen. Amelia View
$1600/mo. 1165 Garrison Dr. Arlington
All Homes Including Southside
Appliances & Blinds
REALTY EXECUTIVES Argyle
273.3939 610-6460 Intercoastal West
Westside
OP/ARGYLE 3/2 2cgar, Julington Creek
Near new, clay schls
fncd yrd all apple. 145 Macclenny
Dover Bluff $1000mo CALL 757-R466
Realty Sense 298- 1009 FOR OUR
OP/OALEAF PLANTATION RENTAL SPECIALS
4-4BR'S available now
$1250-$1550/mo www.ERADANJONES.com
nice 514-1038
OP- Plainfield Ave. ICW 10+Homes For Rent
3/1 home, no pets, Fee P;.-tur.1 rnl;ne i
$850 plus dep. www.904HOUSE.com
904.375-2425 ,.:r call ,390.4,86-. 091
ORANGE PARK 3/2.5 $500 Down U OWN
Townhouse. wd, water all 3rea 1 5 m. FREE
incId, on Blanding omo. n,,.EZu hr
$900mo. 877-577-4556 CaIImc H,,l-nr,e 36E 1208
Orange Park Beautiful.
Brand new 4/3 2400sf Manufactured
lots of upgrds! $1495m 425 Hoamu ires
Must seel 904-463-5499 Home'
Orange Park Spacious ARGYLE ". "o DW
5/3 pool, deck. 2 carg -n ARGYLE i D80 25
$1350m+sec 378-0204 ,n pil )e Su l,,
or497-2011 after 4pm nd,-I Cri.,g -0 5b.,.
PALM COAST brand new,
4/2 2c. gar, 2566sf W sideVeryNice 2 & 3Br.
w/new applis, 71 Ran- S550-"675 Rv 1100 vPk
dolph Dr. 305-904-0634 in quite park 771-6107
PVB E of AlA 3/2 + ofc
2000sf., court yrd pool, A 43
lawn/pool svc incd., 430 oom ales
$1900mo. 904-703-0242
S RAVINES E. ARL -Al Iernan. lOrri
GOLF/COUNTRYCLUB ,:, brch. $475m,:, ,nci COl
tl, Newl storytwn hme, utils R.is req 565 1126
3/2,w /Irge grt rm,
eat-in kit.+dn rm,2 car LAKE ASBURY 2 me.n
gar.& golf cart gar. seeking 3rd r.:,ommate
$1195/mo.904 210-6062 ri S Clean ire3,ie
S500sec 41, 526 611ll
SOUTHSIDE Bartram
Springs, 4/2.5, 2 car gar, Mandarin male Chrislian
2 story, $1650mo. Avail n r 3 or n, u se
4/15. PH 916-479-3626 100.., 90.1993 1777
SOUTHSIDE New 4/2.5, MAND Frn turn rm, w d.
3100sf, in Waterleaf, p,-..-ii B,' ule. I L(=
$1850mo. Call Yevgeny S4195 ,r.,1p 625 e0.92 t,
904-887-4110-
90 S'SIDE -$1325/mo N'west Male Seeks
S 4/2, FENCED, ma tor prvc. ,rrr,
t cr210,LRGYARD, bth, full run ofhse$500
CR SLN CYOOLS, inci all refs 904-591-4793
CALL NOW 904-477.2776, O'P/Argyle Forest.
WONT LAST LONG! Seeking non-
ST. AUGUSTINE smoker roommate
HERITAGE LANDING to share 3/2house.
New 4br. 2300sf. Club Cul- de- sac area.
Hse $1400 916-479- 3626 $40Utilties included
$450/mo call Nhan
ST. JOHNS CO. Brand new 904-631-5664
3/2.5 TH+Ioft & Sar,
gatd, crnr unit,all appl, S'side nr Bch/Unversity,
$1300m. 904-249-4146 M/F to share 3br hse
S$450. incl utils 327-4334
ST JOHN'S CO./nr Neese
High School, 3/2, 2c gar NEED Roomate, 1/2
new, WD, $1200m. 6mth rent & 1/2 util, 2/2
min. Call 543-9467 tlo, right outside of
St. Mary's call
4 Westside- 2/2 stor- 912-690-1242
Sage shed, patio, within _____
Minutes of NAS JAX,
$785 plus deposit 435 Rooms
with Military clause. to Rent
Call 472-6907
& Westside- 3/1, ARL. lbr apt. $150 week
S bonus room, & up includes all
t.l fenced yrd, near utilities cable
Wal. Mart, on 103rd, 424-5806/662-2898
$850/mo, 2782951 ARNGTON
WESTSIDE 3/1.5, CH/A, LUXURY ROOMS
scrnd patio,'$775mo + w/Microwave & Refrig!
$775dep. credit check Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
772-0085 10% Off for Wkly Room!
WESTSIDE nice 3/2 with KINGS INN (904)725-3343
den just remod, ch/a, ARL-REGENCY INN*
$950mo. Call 287-1756 WEEKLY SPECIALS*
7 DAY STAY
W'SIDE- 2/2 storage (904)725-5093
shed, patio, within
min. of ASJax, FLEM ISL mstr BR Suite,
.$785 plus deposit w/ priv. ent. furn, incl bills
military clause call 472-6907- /cable + DSL hse & pool
privileges. $450+ dep
FOR RENT- 1970sq, Nonsmkr 610-9512
S4/2, sundeck, fire-
Sjplace, 2 car garage, FLEM ISL XL rm fur N/S,
large front/back incl bills/cable + DSL
yaerd, $1200/mo, hse & pool privileges.
$1200 +dep, 904 751-5011 $325+ dep 610-9512,


435 Rooms
to Rent
S Orange Park-
4 room for rent,
45.0mo, no lease,
includes washer/
dryer, usage & utilities,
Frank 904-680- 6833
W'SIDE/EFFIC. 1BR, priv.
ent. util furn, non-smkr
$110wk+dp. 786-5723
Beach/
440 Vacation/
Resorts
OCEANFRONT
Luxury, 2bd/2ba,
all amenities. $700/wk.
904-471-0792




Commercial
Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
505 Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale
515 Retail/Office Space
for Rent
Commercial/
500 Industrial
For Sale
WAREHOUSES
1- i,,,ir ..., 210 :'" r ,imn,,:-,
3 oa.-.c oer.Cc a -O 3mps
w, -.. '3.15- 0 i(00
Ln S,ander:onr. &
C... 5 22.26 ReWlEor
Commercial'
505 Induslrial
For Renti
DlOWN Convenient location
n.?5.r Ar.r.3 WJSE ,-TFC
.65,m -1, l 06 7523
JAX BCH WHSE lor lease.
:1629;r CtiC nci Beac.,
. ne ,-f inter:,:,a., .l. Lrg
p.r .-,[ I 770-9209-1,721
,:.r 6'7 525-0854
NWJAX 1900',.e n a.
lend. Oh1icre WHSE.
904 777 6367
WAREHOUSES
For i, e ,540051sr
I a0.00 I 12.m10? ilr
15 30C31 3rj.u005r
Eastoin S3ndero:,n. &
C,. :.5,- 22?8 Re li-.:r
r Office Space
515 For Reni
1-295 & SAN JOSE I I,,)SF
Fr.i mo..nth rent rrn-e
A t r.la, 90-J 6e 5500
JTB & PHILLIPS
Starting at $325, utils
included. GOING FAST!!
Call Rod 343-8922
NEW OFFICE SUITES
1,920 sf to 11,520sf
Eastpark Great location!
(904) 998-9339
Office / Medical / Retail
Condos For Sale /
Lease. Why pay rent
when you can own at
these prices? Various
sizes avail. Prestige
Realty, 396-4052
PERIMETER PARK BLVD.
-Immed occupancy
$750mo. 246-6005
R'SIDE Ig Ofc w/Conf. rm
10min from downtown.
Inci prkg, util's & janit'l
904-384-3122/631-2456
NEW OFFICE CONDO -1140SF,
Argyle Forest Blvd nr Oak-
leaf PI Chimney Lakes Prof
Cntr, 904-687-3000




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


550 Business
550Opportunities
Amusement Game Route
for sale 35 locations
Daytona Beach area.
Call Sandy 386-566-4083
Auto Trade broker option
A/C 3 major firms, 3%/
mo. growth '06 262-6561
WI- F KIOSK & LOCATION
FOR SALE. Lots of
income potential. Ask-
ing $6000 Call 626-1717
LIKE TO HELP PEOPLE?
A great business oppty
May retire in 5 years
BH 779-0538, 9a9p
i1


550 Business
0 Opportunities



America's Premier
Automotive Service
Franchise is expand-
ing! New location
being developed on
Race Track Rd. in
Julington Creek area
For more info., call
1-800-228-8339 or
visit us on-line at:
www.tuffy.com
Min. cash req: $100,000


605 Schools
ALLIANCE
Title Agency School
(904) 880 -8070
Title Closing $295
Title Agent Exam Prep $295
40- hr Title Agent Course $495"
Subject to State approval
Call for schedules
ALLIANCE HOME
INSPECTOR SCHOOL
Become a certified Home
Inspector. Includes Books +
Actual Homre Inspection!
May 12th May 16th
(904) 880.8070


TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING
3-WEEK HANDS-ON TRAINING
FOR IN-DEMAND DRIVING JOBS'
COMPANY-SPONSORED
TUITION REJME, URSEMENTS
JO3B PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE
IROADMASTER


[904) 783-3333
(8001 8311300 WW.ROADMASTER.COM


I Infants to 6th Grade

f Before and After School

SI bluntary Pre-K

t Directors Credentials

t Certified Teachers

Ccomer ienithr \ ..f
Located ne.x't to \A.4S'--, '-
626 Roosevelt r.

Call 904- 777-8277


I. -
'Ing


..;(..


4/ MAKE A CAREER OF

HELPING OTHERS!

Get the hands-on skills you need
to work as a Medical Assistant.


I


605 Schools

REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class May 1
8 Week Eve Class May 17
Superior Instruction
vWww.myfrei.comrn
(9O4)2692555
Florida Real Estate Institute
ALLIANCE School Of
Mortgage Lending
Mortgage Broker April 21st
Mortgage Processor Mar 31st
MrtgMrktng & Products $125
Mortgage Software Trng $125
ProfMortgage Course
(904) 880.8070

702 Customer
7 Service
CAR-Needed
Ins. + Pd vac + holidays
Field Reps (Comm. only)
Apply on line
www.cs- florida.com
or call 996-0233

705 Financial
LOAN ORIGINATOR
Free training & place-
Sment. Alliance Capitol
Mortgage 268-5553

707 Driver

CDL CLASS A WANTED
Immediate driver podsi-
tion avail, for dedi-
-ted C TR rr.i con-
r r. J a E r__1. -. r,
03., b, r.eint rl,-ible
.ork ,ric e,uie. R q1 5 3
m-n lof 2,r ar..nrg etXo.
v.. 3 Clear, MvR Cal l.to
ree 1 88-c.95.01:,66
CDL DRIVERS- Ci31 B
I ab ,r in.cive i.jiI line
Great neret.-t Pot .
Call 737 32:,3
g Company
S Drivers
$ i S1000Sign on
-' Bonus'
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED' Drivers t 2
or more ,r & exp &
Class' A CDL H&Z.m3t
SHome most % Aknds
NEW PAY PACKAGE
$.34-.38/imile
1) OP p $.9rj mile
Sfuel supplement
*01 5a'ei, Bonus,
r.ledica5il Deniai 401.
*PaidO va.-: i hc.l;a .
*Otional Health Care
Proi rams that include
3 100-'o Compani, Pd
Prem um Prog.
Cjioral Per D;emn Pa
Prograri, $52.00 da''
hhI m Call
...."'iWS Greg)
800-723-3424 for info

DELIVERY DRIVERS
Join AARON'S
Jacksonville!
Paid training,
benefits, bonus
NO SUNDAYS!
Deliver & Install
furniture to our
customers homes
Over 21. clean MVR,
drug free
APPLY IN PERSON
7538 Beach Blvd
674 Blanding Blvd
10740 Atlantic Blvd
DRIVERS Local CDL class
A drivers needed on all
shifts, nights and
weekends especially
needed. Newer equip-
ment,good pay and.
consistent work.
904-714-9078
DRIVERS WANTED
OTR, S.E. flatbed freight,
2yrs exp. Home
wknds, 727-842-1700
Mon-Fri
DRIVERS
You can earn $800 -$1100
next and every week. &
still be home week-
ends. Must have CDL A
& mostly clean 3 yr
MVR. Exp d car haulers
welcome 356-0500
DFWP.
FLATBED WRECKER
DRIVERS w/Class B
Vacation pay, will train,
Apply at R. & J. Towing,
8512 Herlong Rd, btwn
8 5. M-F, 786.9668


"You have no money?"




NO Problem!











". % W^f^Ohw a


We're Integrity Home & Finance, Inc.,

THE VA Homebuying Specialists in Jacksonville


"Nobody does more than Integrity to help

our MILITARY buy a home!"

No other realty company, no bank, no credit union.

NOBODY!


Call us to be pre-qualified or go to our website:


MilitaryHomebuyer.com

(904) 997-8064


For ALL your

REAL ESTATE &

VA MORTGAGE needs!


We're Local.

Military Relocation for

Jacksonville & Hampton Roads.


Call US!


mm


* Conditions: On resale homes only, not new construction. Integrity MUST be both your Realtor and your VA mortgage
broker. Integrity must receive at least a 2.5% commission from the seller. Interest rate appropriate for assistance.
Integrity reserves the right to negotiate with the seller for closing costs assistance. See website for more details:
Militaryhomebuyer.com. Integrity is a licensed Florida real estate and mortgage broker. Member: Northeast Florida Asso-
ciation of Realtors (NEFAR).


You CAN NO Money Down &

Buyo NO Closing
Home For NO Closing Costs


The 1st Step

Before you consider...

Location, Location, Location,


you need to... F





* Know how much you qualify
for in as little as 15 minutes
* Free Credit Review
* No application fees
* No waiting to apply
* FREE homesearch
* FREE Realtor Services


mS
'It's FRE0.

easy & wit

no ob~lrigation


PRE-QUALIFY!


for your VA loan








or online at: MilitaryHomebuyer.com


No accptig ifats hrogh62*.aroUs


MILITARY


IE






ERS!


DON'T BUY A HOME


WITHOUT INTEGRITY!


A Mis]






Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 23








Jack onville's Best Home Values Are West Of The River!












Homes Starting in The LOW $200s! Homes Starting In The $190s! Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!
Beautifully landscaped lake Peaceful country living just Peaceful country living just
and conservation views available minutes from downtown! minutes from downtown
Nature trail, playground Away from the traffic! Away from the traffidci
Close to schools, shopping .l Conveniently located near Conveniently located close to .
Easy access To 1-95 & 1-295 1 ,-295, 1-10, and Chaffee Rd. 1-29S and Normandy Blvd.
Estate sized lots
For More Information, Please Call For More Information, Please Call
For More Information, Please Call 904-783-6217 904-783-8650
904-764-9687ooo 904-783-6217 904-783-8650
1-10 to exit 351 (Chaffee Rd.) North to US 90
1-295 North to Dunn Ave. Left on Dunn to (Beaver Street) West on Beaver St. to Halsema Rd. 1-295 to exit 19 (Normandy Blvd.- SR 228) West on SR 228
Barrington Cove on the right (North) side of Dunn. North on Halsema Rd. to Hunters Walk on the left, approximately 7.6 miles to Weston Ranch on the right.












Homes Starting In The $190s! Condos Starting In The LOW $ 00s!
*Long awaited final phase NOW OPEN! Cozy, intimate community
1I~ 6 Large homesites with lake front, 4 Peaceful country setting ^f j 7f
conservation, and corner lots Conveniently located minutes * *
Available from downtown near 1-10

1-2951-10, and Chaffee Rd.
03rd.St. For More Information, Please Call

*P 91-10 to Lane Avenue. South on Lane Ave. to
1-295 North, exit left onto Normandy Blvd. Fox Hill Farms Manotak Ave. Right on Manotak Ave. to Sallie Ave.













Town Homes Starting In The $120s! Condos Starting In The LOW $00s! Condos Starting In The LOW $700s!
* Three spacious floorplans to Three decorated models! phase NOW OPGated community with private pool
choose from Large homesites with lake fronConveniently located on Blanding











S*BEST value on the Westside
Peaceful country setingf om Ns
immediate occupancy! 'Conveniently located close to ou Anu e
Home available from downtown near I-10
























2 or 3 bedroomswithgarages shopping and dining on Surrounded by an abundance of
'Community swimming pool 1 -103rdSt.fjustwest of -295 naues andyrdee inoW!












Qor For nformation, Pleas, alla Call
103r St. For More Information, Please Call For More Information, Please Call '












904-854-7101 904-425-4929 904-783-8650
1-295 to 103rd St, West on 103rd to Ricker Road, From 1-295 take Blanding Boulevard north approx.
North on Ricker Rd. to Timothys Landing on left. From 1-295 take 103rd St. to Timber Run on the right. 2.5 miles to Natures Hideaway on the left.
-< SLADIG IMERRU NTUESHIEAA

Tow H me StrtnginThe- l-- -n-sStrtig-- he -O-- Os!-on osStatig-n-he OW--0s


r -------------------------


J/JS 2/J Active members of the U.S. Military* I H OIH l
presenting this coupon will receive
a FREE gas card worth $200 at the
closing of their home!
---------------------------- ----------

For info on upcoming communities please call 866-330-4932
Sales prices and availability are subject to change without notice. Please see your New Home Consultant for details. All closing costs paid when
using DHI Mortgage. Certain financing programs may not apply. Closing costs based on total sales price. 2006 D-R-Horton, Inc. CBC058997 c023426

ee 0 6 6
0* *




24 lax Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville,, Thursday, April 6, 2006


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- .. .
information,,
please call
904-359-4336, W -
Fax 904-366-6230.


THE N MAYP RT FLORID E
Salr bum Mirror EPeriscope
KIN'5 BAY, GEORGIA










JaAill NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


707 Driver


Drivers wanted.
$500 to $800 per
week. Late
model vehicles.
Work your own
hours. Be your
own boss.
Hiring Taxi,
Airport Shuttle
& Para-Transit
drivers.
Call Tim Miles
493- 5222 for interview

FUEL DRIVER
Local area, Class B with
Hazmat, good pay,
545-4920
RAMP DRIVER & TIE
DOWN PERSON FT
good benefits Call
Myrna 733R4414

SLUDGE TRUCK
HAULERS & PUMP
TRUCK DRIVERS
with exp. Class A or B
tanker endorsement.
Exc pay & benefits.
Call or visit Metro
Rooter 8892 Nor-
mandy Blvd. 695-1911


TRUCK DRIVER
Local. CDL A required.
Experience & good MVR
req'd. a must. 3588841
TRUCK DRIVERS
Earning potential
$800-1000/wk Co. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
866-374-0764

709 Aviation

AVIATION FUELERS ,
Signature Flight Support
(a BBA Aviation Ser-
vices Group company) *
world's largest FBO and
aviation support net-
work has immediate
openings for full time
General Aviation &
Commercial Aviation
Fuelers at our JAX Int'l
Airport facility. Exp.
pref'd but not req'd.
ust have valid drivers
lic, HS Diploma/GED
and flexible availability.
Candidates must pass
drug screen, 10 year
backgrnd check. Start
$9/hr based on exp +
bnfts. Apply in person:
Signature Flight Sup-
Sport, JAX Int'l Airport,
14700 Yonge Dr. EOE

710 Indusitrial/
I Trades

A/C NEW HOUSE
INSTALLERS
Make $60. $70 or even
over $80K peryear
Must have good driving
record & be drug free
Experienced only need
apply. 262-4279
BOBCAT OPERATOR
for construction clean
up. Bobcat exp req'd.
Clean driver lic. a
MUST. Start $10-$12/hr
Call Jackie 904-924-8664



I-
Now hiring exp'd Interior
Trim Carpenters. Pd
Holidays, Vacations;
Benefits. Must have own
tools/transp. 284-3753

CARPENTERS/TRIM
Subcontractors
for multi-family con-
struction. Lic, tools, ins
req'd. Call 561-848-5556
or fax 561- 848-3132

CARPENTERS
& HELPERS
for Resid framing.
Benefits avail.
Sub crews OK. 993. 1111



HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS.
12 year Company with:
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
Call 904-237-2366
CLASS "A"
INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC
f.r I ra a h r[ r.l-,r, -_.
r,3.(, ,. < -.., !.u1 r. 3.,
5 ,rs P. P.,. Si'
oliul 26 5hirt ,hrt W-
are an ECC, Drug rre .
V 0or- p 1 3": 4 4 0 1 K
Heciltn Dernll pao
il ., V 5C [ :,,
Appi, [ G,im 3r, 6Bu..ld-I
ing F r,.dulc CR 21-
Mskaill, FL 29 72.2I1
or f3xa J '4,28 i -.3- ,


Industrial/
710 Traides

CONCRETE HELPERS,
FINISHERS & DRIVERS
With Experience
Needed Immediately
EOE. Call 786-4999
Construction Superintendent
for Interior Trim sub-
contracting company.
Must have 5 yrs exp.
Salary + bnfts. 268 7454
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 FINISHERS
with Punch experience.
Top pay, fun time.
Brothers Group
Call 904,887-7334
DRYWALL HANGERS,
FRAMERS FINISHERS
with commercial inte-
rior exp. Please call
Adams Interior Con-
tractors, Inc. at (904)
269-1919 between
9a-4pm M-F.
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS for local and out of
twn comm'l projects.
401K med ins, drug test
req'd. 813-635-9482
Electricians & Helpers
needed immediately
needed immediately
Benefit Package/
Medical/401K/Vacation
Great Working Environment
Above Average Pay Scales
Coastal Electric
Company
of Florida, Inc.
2759 St. Johns Bluff Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32246
(904) 645-0026
FAX (904) 645-6186
We are an Equal Opportunity
Employer.
Drug Free Workplace
EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
Bulldozer, loader,
excavator operators
needed. S'side of Jax.
For well established site
development contrac-
tor. top pay. Call Randy
9i321/403-1774 or
407/302-7662
EQUIPMENT OPERATORS,
PIPELAYERS & LABORERS
with 5 years exp.
DrugFree Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
Callaway Contracting
at 904.751-8944 between
6:30a & 8:30a
FIBERGLASS
Laminators & Trainees.
Apply at Southern
Fiberglass, 41 Spring St.
Phone 387.2246
FITTERS, WELDERS &
PAINTERS- Drug free
cortipany trans0or-ta-
t,.:,n r.:Qu-r;a. Awr,, in
ceri-:n 3051 F3,r R.:,3a
Call .i751 3842
FLOORING- WOOD
FLOORS. SAND, FINISH,
INSTALL E p-r .-,r
r3rme La I ,- .. 1I
LOG SCALER ANALYST
P-r, I- r ar ,3 Qre,:
.'.irh f r, .:[r, e ,:r ,.
.,re 3.-. EECC. Dru,. r.-e
.', .. r , :- 4 1 i K .
r. e i 11 E 3,:v n t ,3 I Ilre
i r, u r jn c. p a3 r,,l.
0, 3] Orr:,r..3 & ',pl.
n r B*, i -, 8 i Ii u l rl l
P r.-., u.:rc (_:i .) C R 2 1-.
3. III_ l f L *, r r
uLm.: 'J 38-' 7736.
MANUFACTURING
S,:,- rlirng Tuil I-Tc
m 3 nu t a.: i ur ih Qo:.-. .
.,:,n .r.rcludiin, :.rkir[
e I" c t r li: l r, e i ." ,: t r
mech3n..,al nd ir,

[rairnnO .ir:..;.,l p.. jno
o r, C [ C 0/ .: j r _
located West of lacv-
sonville in a g.-.: ..r.g
community, c.-,nract
Sanderson Fp.. .at
275-2833 and ail-, ft.r
H/R.
PAINTERS Experience &
transportation a must. New
construction custom
homes, No track
painters. Call Bruce
778-3720
PAINTERS
with commercial &
residential experience.
tools & transportation.
632-0500 DFWP
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
With experience. Top
pay & benefits Pack-
age. Valid DL. No drug
test. 783.0095
APPLICATIONS
to the Jacksonville
Plumbers & Pipefitters
Joint Apprenticeship.
Training Program are
n,:.,.. ., ,1 D e r : i-rr.r
,6'r, C 206 7 : ,1n.:..:,1i trli

1.3,: pm J J5 .rr,. r..:,r,
Fr. _[ J.1-- te.,'n .r
Ph ;-! 2112 T.r nir,0
WELDERS .,r i h_ n i,: .a
r idm Flu c, .,:*r , I.j
Pa, 0 .a =-0,or. --'p
AppI n nr-:r-na .at J6li
D.gcn r. S[ J3.. Fi ;?22.4


711 Marine
Trade

ALL SHIPYARD TRADES
Full Time with experi-
ence for QED Systems
Inc., a local Marine
Industrial Repair Firm,
Prior shipboard experi-
ence and knowledge of
ship structural,
hydraulic, pneumatic,
and piping systems
required. Prospective
employees must be
able to work onboard
ships; lifting, climbing,
bending and working
in confined spaces.
Must be able to work
under industrial repair
conditions and comply
with safety regulations
be a U.S. citizen and
meet requirements for
a government security
c earance, and have a
valid drivers license
and reliable transpor-
tation. Pre-employ-
ment drug testing and
background checks are
required. Excellent
benefits pkg. EOE/M/F.
Fax resume or letter of
interest to 904- 247-1620
or e-mail to
qedflorida@qedsysinc.com.
MARINE MECHANIC
Qualified Volvo/Yamaha
Great pay, benefits.
Apply in person at
Boat Tree, 2079 Beach
Blvd. 249-0099 ext 117

712 Mechanic

AC TECHNICIAN
for heavy truck & bus
facility. Working part-
nership possible for
rs pI r r,.:. ,n 607 _3I
AUTO TECH
Gr-a[ pay s. beneii:;
S da'.5 paid ranolida ,s
coacat6on 0FWP.
S'sliae ?0 53J3

71 Management/
712 Professional

Hairstylist Exp needed
in Argyle multi-culture
salon. Inquire. 778-9878

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421- 7610
OFFICE MANAGER
Excellent opportunity
Real Estate /prop mgmt
bookkeeping, detail
oriented, multi tasking.
$30k+bonus+benefits
Fax resume 280-9164
Attn: Steve

REHS and tHRC' rave
[he- trllf ,ting opening:
Office Manager
To Oi raee r amin and
clerical 2unctiu-ns or
.uIotient ,rjice at
South3ide menCl I
health facility
0.erees3 rcnedulinq.
en.Vures pDiieni[ ilop
co.urd;ntEcs ducdes
Oi 3 office staff HS .:,r
eru.., AA degree
Orfetrred and riA: 3rs
.,jJerl uisror.' p
.needed.
Apply in person
(9a.m..4 p.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.
E%.Eu. I ku,-. F"EE
Sii- i'pL,',:..

POLICE OFFICER &
S CORRECTIONAL
OFFICER
The Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office is cur-
rently accepting appli-
cations for Police, Cor-
rections and civilian
support positions. For
qualifications pertaining
to Law Enforcement
careers, please visit
www.coj.net/jso or
call 713-4870. For civilian
support positions, please
contact HR at 630-2134.
The JSO is an equal Opp'ty
Affirmative Action Employer


720 Medical
SINSURANCE/BILLING
POSITION- exp neces-
sary For busy physi-
cians office in South-
Point Fax res. 482-4060

RBHS arid r.IHRC rh..e
rle fldioA.ng o -i0,r

rmm lir.eC. 'rr, iapia
difercn,:e ,n line h.ec:
ol ..lher. Ihrougii
tera-j,r3j1i ne3rh carE:
Charge RN
Children's Unit
IM F 3:0,}pm t:, 11 i" pm
Staff RN Adult Unit
E,,r -[tIer .e.kend
7:0i.Om ,:3iprm
Mental Health
Techs
F-I p ,ili lin: r.fer
Currpreer,.s,,
erne-ila at Sr.uth-id,?
L.:.c lirn
Inpatient
Discharge Planner
EA 6* in P_ r'l',v
fivid ,:.r AA AS pluS

Apply in person
(9a.m.- 4p..L. M- F only)
or mail resume to
RBHS. Human Resources.
900 University Blvd. North.
Suite 900 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 221!.
Fax resume to 191-5910.


FRONT DESK and M.A.

,Now hiring with
experience,
L excellent benefits. |
Fax resume to 645- 5337

MEDICAL ASSISTANT FT
Mon-Fri 8-5 for Busy
E&T office in Org Park.
Fax resume
904-269 6505
NURSE
PRACTITIONER
Part- time Westside
-fax resume 781-6207
OPHTHALMIC ASST/SCRIBE
Proven skills req'd.
Call Barbara R.
904-241-7865 or


720 Medical

RN P/T & MA w/BMO F/T
Pain mgmtexp very help-
ful. For busy Orange Pk
Pain Practice Fax
resume 904-276-4462


723 Dental
FRONT DESK &
SURGICAL ASST-
(2 )positions Intelligent.
energetic with good
people skills. Exp.
preferred Fax resume
to 272-4669
ORAL SURGERY ASST.
w/exp. FT/M-F, Hith Ins,
Dr. provides uniforms,
Baymeadows. Call
904-739-0690 or fax
904-737-1045

725 l Office/
7 5 3 Clerical

ADMIN ASST
Midtown Centre Office
Park. Hotel or apt exp a
plus. Up to $12/hr. Fax
396-6366
CONSTRUCTION
SECTY/ADMINISTRATOR
Experience required.
Riverside area.
Fax resume to: 737- 9135
CUSTOMER SERVICE- for.
busy front desk. Pro-
vide Recept. & clerical
support with PC skills,
Apply inperson: NGI,
7999 Phillips Hwy, Suite
202 448-1600 EOE DFWP
r-----
Dispatcher
SWeekends
r-- is.ac Company.1
e ., n,_= 1 profre-1
I E iC..-ai ,' ih service |
ci. i c or.. dispatch |
pr.er.c to join a
I rapidly expanding o
*firm Exc pay &E
benefits. Call/send
resume to Metron
Rooter 8892 Nor-P
mandy Blvd 322211
SCall 695-1911

SCHEDULER For busy
construction ofc. Strong
Nextel radio & phone
skills. 7:30am- 4pm
Mon-Fri. Fax 268-7404

735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

ASST MGRS & MGRS
for Sonny's, nation's
largest BBQ chain.
Competitive wages,
advancement oppt'y,
complete training pkg,
hith & dental benefits.
Please send resumes to

DANCERS DANCERS
NO. 1uOd ,, r,.-, o ne.c
*/ll r1r.a m r. Pr 1.
r4,:. 1. nd, or, T r.pOu.s
Wackos 399. 1110

DAVE AND BUSTER'S
i: n.-.'. nrnc, ir
All Positions.
Gre.c Ec,,r,,[_,. Ir., sur-

Fun A[ni ,..: nere .J.:,
r.li -.r a, r . o
_:5ir.--ur, R1..,3d Jack"
.r,. ti rL 22 6 C aI.
9, '-6 -25. Ecquall
Opc,:-rmun,.. Em .I:-., -r
GOURMET COFFEE
OPPORTUNITY
TI. ,r, 5 r 5. L: U i:,3 :.r,: t -

---C .. ;r,,: , .1 -1. r 1-, .-

260 -0810
LINE COOK, SERVERS,
HOST/ESS, DISHWASHER
Expd. Apply Daily,
11am-2pm@AGiovanni's
1161 Beach Blvd.
Jax, Beach 249-7787






LINE COOKS
We're looking for exp'c
Line Cooks to join our
culinary team. PT/FT
positions. Must be
available nights &
weekends. Also hiring
SERVERS
Competitive pay, Day 1
benefits available.
Please apply in person:
6050 Youngerman Cir.
at 1-295 & Blanding Blvd
in Orange Park
LINE COOKS & SERV-
ERS BARTENDERS

r, r rT ., I.

LINE COOKS FT PTr
lOIN THE TEAM
Apple, ,n p rEor. 2-c',T,
Cro-:- Cre-| r n Ji.. -,e
44_-. Sanr j.:E.e Bi, .

MANAGER & SERVERS
FuiI Pa.-T Tim-i
Whew-.Thal's Hot!
Fast Boys Wings
Appi, ,rn ,pec-o,-,
] I-i43 C-, i5a.i ..prngR.;
1. 122-,,' i -.ti,: 6 i,
Restaurant Manager


TA Travel Center
Located at I 10 & 301 S
9042664281

745 S-le"

SALES PEOPLE NEEDED
ASAP FOR HOME SALES
CALL JOE 904-225-0222
SALESPERSON
F.:," I,-,du2r, le .-r Ir.
E rnn.-._ I-.. r.-i.
J s r. l0 1)c ,r. l. [r
I-I,'-, o, C 0
FAX RESUME 783.9598
OR CALL TODAY 783 8385

7Tf5 Technical/
* Engineering

CADD DESIGNER Entry to
Mid level wanted for
Civil Eng. Firm. Land
Desktop or Civil 3D a
plus. Fax resume to
396-6151 or call
396-6115.
CADD MANAGER
Looking for thrill seek-
ers! Expanding Cam-
den County GA survey
firm seeks experienced
CADD manager. Up to
$25/hr to right candi-
date. Also need
PARTY CHIEF
Ph. 912-576-8854; email


750 Technical/
7 Engineering

FLIGHT SIMULATOR
INSTRUCTOR POSITIONS
Engineering Support
Personnel, Inc. seeks
the following instruc-
tors for positions
located at NAS Jack-
sonville and Mayport,
FL: H-60 Pilot/Airborne
Tactical Officer/Sensor
Operator, SH-60 Pilot
and S-3B Pilot and NFO.
Submit resumes email:
empilyment@espincl.com
Fax: 407- 206- 5036, website:
http://www.espincl.com
/employment.html.
Affirmative Action
Employer m/f/d/v, EOE

753 Security
SECURITY OFFICERS
SECURITY FORCES INC.
Permanent Scheduies
All shifts available
Supervisors/Rovers
NeededClass "D"
License Required
Apply online
sfiappone.com EOE

75S Miscellaneous
ARE YOUR HOURS
THIS GOOD?
Merry Maids
Home Cleaning
*No nights, weekends,
holidays.
Car needed paid milage
*$100 hiring bonus.
904-737-6666
Drug Free Workplace
CHILD CARE WORKER
FT/PT.
CDA preferred. $10/hr.
W'side Ph. 781-3477
EXTERIOR CONSTRUCTION
CLEAN UP FT
Motivated, hard working;
Drivers lic. a MUST
Start $10- $12/hr. inci
0/T Call Jackie 924-8664

Home Cleaners
$200 $400/Wk
Part Time/Full Time
Perm & Temp positions
Work near home
SFlexible daytime sched.
Must have car
Arl/S'side 425-3085
Beaches 242-8235
Mand/W'side 731-7453
INFANT THRU PRE K
TEACHER OPENINGS.
FT/PT. $6-$9/hr.
Riverside 399-1009
Mandarin 262-0330
Beaches 246-0882
JANITORIAL
FT & PT nights and
weekend days
St. Augustine Rd & 95
area. Call 306-0050

LAWN MAINTENANCE
Experience only. Clean
Drivers License with
transportation 260-8348
or 545-2014.
* LAWN TECHNICIAN &
TERMITE TECHNICIAN
Experience preferred
F/T Mon-Fri 8am- 5pm;
good pay, benefits.
allB& B389-3235
PEST CONTROL
JOIN THE CRITTER GITTERSI
Hiring technicians. No
exp req'd. Earn while
you learn. Need good
driving record. Apply in
person Mon Fri,
Peninsular Pest, 2609
Phyllis St (off Stockton
exit on I.10).Drug free
work place.

830 Child
U Care

4 Experienced Home
S Care Provider in
tv Arlington Area certi-
fled 6 weeks- 12 yrs.
Call Alicia @ 904- 762-1443
4 HOME DAYCARE
S available for
toddlers, please
call 912-5 76-4112
4' Licensed In- Home
SDaycare (2) openings
--Lt for infant or
toddler located in
Oakleaf Plantation

862 Health/
Beauty

Argyle Forest- Multi-Cul-
ture Salon. Booth renters,
1st mo, $100 wkly 778-9878

876 Painting/
8o7 Wallpaper

Painting & Hm Repairs
No job to small,
all guaranteed, Free,
Estimate. Cell 509- 6242


Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Office
922 Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 CrafVThrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940 AC/Hea/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


902 Appliances
DISHWASHER
S Kenmore
It stainless steel,
$300,904-269-9527
FISH TANK-55' gallon,
j cherry wood color
\J with pump &fish.top
includedd call 778-2464

GE Side by Side
refrigerator, good
< condition, almond,
can deliver, $125,
call 904-733-0023
KENMORE-4 burner,
| gas stove w/ digital
Spreader, 40 gal, gas
water heater. Both
$200 obo, 912-674-1797
SKENMORE. heavy duty
Washer and dryer,
frigidaire heavy duty
dryer, both $135 obo,
912 -674 -1797
Microwave-GE
Sover-the-stove
S spacemaker
black, 30 in. $75,
call 269-1478
MTD 38" 12.5 hp,
4 riding lawn mower
r w/ grass
S bagger runs great,
$600 obo, 912-882-2858
OVEN-GE Spectra
| Glass Top range/
d | self cleaning/ true
temp., automatic
excellent condition,
$150, call 904282- 8893
S REFRIDGERATOR-
Magic Chef, 23 cubic
t) frt, ice maker, self
defrosting, very clean,
works great, $150 obo,
DEBBIE 568-4813
SRefrigerator- Side by
9. side, 2001 great shape,
4', all new components.
GE 25.4 cuin, ice/water
indoor, 912 -882 -6444
warranty, $500
4 Refrigerator- Side
by side, elect.
S range, matching,
vent, hood, Pana-
sonic, microwave,
excel cond, all for
$700, 904 215-0920

Qo Articles
90 C For Sale

SBike 26", 21 speeds,
Sens good shape
D bike, 26" 18 speeds,
good shape, first.
$30 each call Ray
904. 556 3708
Bowflex Treadcumber
SSony 27" TV, Brand
en new 542-2255wk,
k_ encased in oak, $1700
obo, 292-4094, $250 obo
S Computer-
SDell Pentium Il with
k color printer, $150
576-5207, JIM
DESK-Wood large; Gen.
4400/W; Clean working
vacuums; Elect. trains
& track; Bikes. 246-3340
4 Dresser, blond
S color, 5 draers, 36"
41 wide, 55" high
excellent con.,
$75, call 904 264- 6652
, S, DRESSES-beauti-
S ful prom dresses,
17 sizes 14&15,
Excellent condi-
tion, choice of lavender
or aqua, Call 317-5034
FISH TANK with
Stand approx. 40
gallon, $50, call
904-777-4981
42 GOLF BAG
S -like new, $35,
J 264,6652


905 Articles
9 For Sale

JET POWER CHAIR
like new tan $4K
f HOTPOINT upright
freezer, $75, a/c
window unit, KENMORE
energy efficient, $100,
912-576-9534

Mess Dress blue and
Swhiote jackets with
Attachments, size 42L
Both for $225.
Phone 778-4104
4, Pool Table, 7 ft, leisure
bay, great condition,
L leather drop pockets,
many accessories, I'll
disassemble, you move,
$350,6544794
,2 Printer HP3915 desk-
S jet (new), $40,
I -visioneer scanner, $20,
Unksys Router, USB
adapter, $15 obo,
Rhonda, 403-4822, evenings
904264- 9935
A ROCKER wicker,
Send tables, coffee
Stable, chests,
baskets, metal
shelves, director chairs,
excellent deals,
must go. 866-7348
42 Sofa, loveseat set, day
S bed, w/trundld Dell
tL COmputer, small ste-
reo, 13" TV, video
camera, call 904-477- 9026
F SOFA-1 colonial, $50.
Excellent condition,
chest of drawers,
headboard, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, call 221- 0710
a SOFAS-2, blue plaid,
Irge TV, exercise bike,
vl ent. center, 2 end
tables, twin mattress,
computer desk, 645-0630
SSTROLLER- Eddie
Bauer Stroller w/
infant seat cover,
excellent condi-
tion, $130, call 317-S034
V TIRES (2), 195 14'
SFord Ranger, $25,
e s| stereo floor
" speakers, $60,
4 wheels for Toyota
"Mags" $75,771-4674
4 Trash Coinpactor,
.$100, HP Phots-
mart printer, $40,
color TV, $25,
Fax machine, $10.
Call 579- 6471 or 757. 0487
E Treadmill- Fits under
bed, $50, evovac
S microwave for over
oven $50, Weslo
bicycle, 6055, $50, 384-4296
& Trumpet King $150,
/ acarietrplus 2
veL off-white,71/2x12,
$80, air compressor,
$70, sump pump new, $60,
276-3584
Upright Vacuum
cleanerS $20,
antique mIlk can,
hand painted $45,
VCR player, $15,
car radio, $25, boom box,
781-6222
.3 VENDING
S MACHINES- five
4.1 counter top, like
new, great, for
small office or shop
make offer,
904-536- 8870/779- 9601
SVHS MOVIES
Too many to list.
S$1-$15 sets. Lots
S brand new, will fax
list. 982-2750
&2 Volvo 940 Sedan
/ T '95 Gas turbo, sun.
0 roof, leather inte-
rior, power seats,
rear & side window
defroster, special
ordered 1 owner,
maints up to date, 127k
plus miles, $6000
904 781.7904
A Eddie Bauer- travel
System stroller w/
S infant carrier plus 2
vehicle adapter bases,
excellent condition, $140.
904-759-8079
SCherry Curio
S Cabinet, $125,
I cherry/glass
display table, $20.
Call 579- 6471 or 757- 0487
SELINA Sewing Machine
Star Series, $100,
call 220 -0340
FOR SALE. MEMORY
S FOAM TOPPER,
S oil drum, Norelco
electric razor,
smoker, bowling ball,
set of golf clubs &
more. Please call
904-771-2917

92n Business/
,,.-V Office

Telemarketing Stations
Good Condition
Only $150 Each!
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724 -6400


Iriri , i ,: n 3 I iU- d i

the greater Jacksonville area






CUSTOM PROTECTION OFFICERS
Former law enforcement, military police, career military,
elite military forces, police academy grads and/or AA in
criminal justice required. Persons with corrections
experience are encouraged to apply.

Must pass a rigid background investigation, drug
screen, physical and psychological exam. High
school diploma or GED required.





THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION
Please contact our Jacksonville office:
3974 Woodcock Dr., Ste 100
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Ph: 1-800-254-4411 Fax: 904-396-6716
Email: phatt@wackenhut.com


0 Wackenhut

Lic# AB8700009


EOE


922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry

A Maple wood custom
kitchen cabinet doors,
some draws top-line
hardware, $250,
French wood doors, $100
each 576-2251
RING- Cold feet, no
wedding, beautiful
engagement ring.
Never worn. Helzberg
Diamonds, excellent con-
dition asking $2600 obo,
after Sp, 904-r277- 3778

925 Computers

HP. Computer with
monitor, keyboard,
mouse, printer,
612-9998

S740 and NP Office Jet
1600, both $25, 612-9998

928 Electronics

BAND -PASS speaker
Sbox, 2 JBLIcs, 1000,
L 10' 1000 watts, peak,
500 watts rms, punch
100z, built in x-over
2 channel amp. All In
excellent condition, call
904 -588 -4902, asking $125
GMC 4x4 '93
Xcab, 3" lift, dvd
I audio system, runs
& looks good. Pwr
windows, alarm $4600
OBO 912-673.6541
4HDTV- 60 in.
Philips, $1600,
call 904591-5760
JL AUDIO 500
SI amplifier w/T 2
kicker competition
UR 12.5 speakers,
in 28'x13" boIx,
new $750, now $400
904-334-4932
Mercury Digital
Camera- In box, with
I|1 5 effective megapix-
els, $40,612-9998
4. PS2 with 3 controllers,
15 ft. extension,
I multi-tap, 8 games,
and memory card.
612 -9998
SSharper Image
Future 3- CD stereo
t.AM/FM really cool,
cd's visible $200
firm. Can e-mail photo
278-8219
amystew@bellsouth.net
42 TELEVISION-
Sony 32", $100, obo
90421.3444
A Thunder 5500
( e 2)a speakers, (2)
aMTX 344,4 watt
amX rps, 2"xle'
box, bat-cap,
$700 firm, 904-334-4932
STV- Sony 27"
encased in oak,
$200, 292-4099/
742. 7851

945 Garage
Sales

A ARGYLE- Chimney
SLakes, 8516 Ban-
Sdera Circle East.
Moving Sale Sat-
urday, 7-noon, furni-
ture, household items,
clothes, toys, etc.
904542-5304
Arl. Moving Sale Sat &
Sun 7:30am. Qn matt
set-3 yrs old, 13"TV
file cab, bkshelf, whi
barrel,more all must go.
3624 Caroline Vale Blvd.
ICW N'HOOD YARD SALE
Riverbrook at Glen Ker-
nan off Hodges & JTB.
Sat 8am-2pm
S JAXe- Garage sale,
4/ Mar. 18, & 11a, 2163
S Fresco Dr.@
S220/209, every-
thing must go, boys
bike, window a/c unit,
sect. sofa,
washer/dryer,
futon bunk etc.
MANDARIN Fri & Sat 8-6
5325 Pergran Ct, off
Losco, 735-0052
MANDARIN Fri & Sat 8.2
4525 Wilderness Ct, hsh
hid, collectibles incl.
Coca Cola, NASCAR &
pocket knives.
MANDARIN Great Moving
Sale, Pickwick Apts, 3580
Pall Mall Dr #603, Sat
Sam. Something of
everything, antiques,
fine china, fir mirror,
wall hugger recliner,
wall units, bookcases,
medical items. Portable
commode, lots of STUFF!
Mandarin PRE MOVING
SALE! SAT. 9-1;
Decorator making fresh
start. Lrg selection of
Antiqs, furn. & access.
No Yard Sale Junk.
Reasonable Prices.
4041 Clearwater Oaks Dr.
A MIDDLEBURG.
5. MOVING SALE
t/Sat. April 1st, 8-2,2612
Sandy Hollow Dr. off
college Dr.
ORTEGA -GARAGE SALE
Sat 8-4, good stuff,
4049 Mcgirts Blvd.
Southside- Downsizing
over 30yrs of stuff. Lg
e'tain oak ctr, 7080's
AVON PC awards, Abee
dolls, Ig display wood
spoon case, 50's Scout
badges, fine glassware,
new fabrics threads
hoops, RR train step-
stool, IBM SEL II T W,
New C. Heston Bible
CDs, Cuckoo clock,
clothes sz 18.20, stu-
dent desk. Mint to poor
cond. Fri. Sat. 9am. 3604
Peach, South of Beach.
Westside Abundant Life
Church Yard Sale! Sat
8a-lp. 7700 Wilson Blvd.
WHITEHOUSE/WESTSIDE
Thurs -Sat Too many
items to list! All must
Go! 12000 Debarah Rd.
904-695-0977
W'side Fri.8.? H'hold, yd
equip, jewelry, G cart, &
more! 7426 Bunion Dr.
A Yard Sale: 1239
Dancy Sat. 3/18,
|il8-12 only: kids fur-
niture, clothes,
baby, stuff, computer,
house hold items
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/

A2 MTD 38" 12.5 hp
. | riding lawn mower
i | with grass bagger.
Runs great, $600
obo, 912-882-2858
A PUSH MOWER 20",
edger, weedwacker,
blower, pressure
washer. $25 each,
call 220 -0340
42 SNAPPER 5 hp, 21"
"= I mower, $65, gas
propeed 4.5hp
mower, $75, boys 20"


fa 9u 4 24923 532. 4re2rs0ullxaft mrlunsurvuobyurs.cor- Oicycle, -,U 78l-bZ6Z





Navy

Classified

Ads



THE FLEET

MARKET Rank/Grade: Work Phone # Organization: Date Submitted: __


NADVERTISING Name (please print): Signature:

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
personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air requirements will be billed. The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
Please fill out Station, Jacksonville. 7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling

this form in 2. Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by the publisher to help 366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as 8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
black or blue ink. sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found items, and garage original form.
sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Select the number of weeks ad is to run: J 1 wk Q 2 wks U 3 wks Q 4 wks
D EAD INES ANIMAL OR PET ADS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF THE ANIMALS ARE OFFERED
DEADLINES FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News.
BE LIMITED'TO ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED NOTE: (1) This form must be clipped (not torn) along the outside border. (2) No more than
JAX AIR INDIVIDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR "OFFICIALLY one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two free ads per family, per
REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE- week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.
N EVW S MENTS IN THE BODY OF THE AD OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED.
NEWS 3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written Category:
independent of other information contained on this form.
4. Ads received after the above time will run in the following week's issue.

Noon 5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Code '
OOG, Box 2, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News,
Monday One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202
One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202


950 Garden/
Lawn

STroy BIit Tiller, 6 h.p.,
2-speed, with reverse
i rear tires with fur-
rower attachment,
$450 obo, call offer
4pm, 291-1044

955 Household
Furniture

42 BDRM SET-qn size,
solid oak, bdrm set w/
'1|2 dressers, mirror, and
nightstand, yr. old,
asking $2k obo, call
912-467-3915
KING LOUIS XV SLED BED,
sled hd/ftbrd, box sprgs
& kg matt. $600; Glass
iron cof tbi & 2 matching
end this $200; Round
glass DR tbI $100; Chest
of drawers $50' Stereo
stand $50; 904-571-5661
B Bed Child's Oak Twin
captain bed w/ four
I drawer storage and
bookcase headboard.
Excellent used condition,
$200,.904.-777-1167
BED $100 QN box & matt
new, In plastic w/warr.
Can deliver. 391-0015
BED $11.5 Full SET, brand
name, new w/warr in
plastic398-5200 can del
BED $155 ON PT box &
mattress, brand name,
new in plastic.858-9350
BED $379 Beautiful new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic w/
warr 398-5200 can delly
Bed $ 79- $395
'05 Closeouts
All sizes New Sets
Memory Qn $475. Best
Price in Jax 334-8573
BED A Brand Name
$179 King Set
NEWi ihh .%arranry
Can deliver. i98-5200
BED Brand name Kg pill
EOpSET $299. Newv. %/
*arr C3n del 398-5200
BED- Little Tykes red
Race car bed fits twin
mattress like new
condition, will e-mail
pics, 685-2525
A BED. Metal
bunkbed set, top
twin, bottom full
S mattress enclosed,
used two months. Call
PAT 904-403-4869,
leave message
42 BED-qn sz,
Dresser, mirror,
Night stand, mat-
tress, boxspring,
rails, headboard,
footboard, oak con-
temporary Amelia
Island, $950, 491-7996
SBedroom Set,
Chest of drawers,
full size mattress,
ad1 boxspringr frame
adn headboard hardly
used, 904277-8205, $325

Bedroom 4Pc Set 298
14 Drawer Chests Frm $658
Sofas & Chair |298
25" Color TV's From 99 I
3 Rm18Pc Condo Pkg 9981
2 Piece Queen Bed $199
I COURT CLEARANCE I


4 BEDROOM SET-(2)
I dresser mirror
ti night stands, oak,
Sof white color,
Queen size, asking
$450 obo, 291-2388/
ceB 864-1515
SBed sheets (twin),
bedskirt, comforter
$50, night stand $8,
221-6794
BED Solid'wood cherry
sleigh bed w/matt. &
box. Retail $950, Sac.
$395. 858-9350 Can deliv
4 e BED-Waterbed,
f frame and head
board, king size,
excellent condi-
tion, asking $70, Home,
291-2388/ cell 864-1515
2 BUNKBED Metal
| set, top twin bot-
Stom, full mattress
-included, 2 months.
Call Pat 904 403-4869.
Leave message
4 Computer desk,
$40, console color
t TV 27", $50,
912-729-4685
S COUCH- 8 foot,
recovered full seat;
cushion, great shape,
an be used as a
sleeper, 612-9998
SCOUCH/foyertble,
1 125, upright Iamps,
10 each, Curio Unis-
play tables, $25 each,
vacuum cleaner,
$50,264.6814
DESK-Executive
Solid cherry wood.
| $400,215-2310 or
219-2075
SDESK-rolltop, w/chair,
S$475, patio table, w/4
I chairs, $75, Brent-
wood Rooker $125,
32"x8' entry door, 264 -6814
SDesk-youth with hutch
& chair, $50 uphol-
Sstered, swivel rocker,
green pattern $75,

4 Ent. Center-
S Cherry Wood,
-1 center glass door,
Solid shelves, fits
36" TV paid $1200,
asking $600 obo,
904M21S-3444
SFormal Dining Set
W/2 piece lighted
. hutch, six chairs,
excellent cond.,
new walker, Thomas
Kinkaid umbrella, new.
Call 693-4452
LITTrLE TYKES
WAGON w/ door,
I1 $30, Fisher Price
farm with Animals,
$10, leap frog phonics
desk, $25, call
904-322-6807
Liv Rm Set, formal 5pc ,
matching DR set w/4
chairs. NEVER USED!
$1000. 904-476-0946
Oak Dining room table &
6 chairs, with matching
server. $500.00,
Exc. cond. Call 463-1744
A OAK ENT. CENTER -
60"x53" high,tv
opening -37" x 28",
oak and glass doors,
$75, 278 -4385
4, Oriental Couch & 2
| matching chairs w/
I in laid mother of
pearl design cost
$2300, sell $1200,
call 249-1666
A2 Queen Mattress and
j box spring like new,
used, 2 months, pa.d
$400, asking $300 obo,
call Dave, 588-3022
42 SLEEPER SOFA-
Re- upholstered,
3 cushioned,
beautiful, $250,
call 904.821-0172,
located Atlantic Beach
Sleeper Sofa Queen size
Basset, very good cond.
$300. 904-768-2480
Sofa bed. queen,
4 microflbenm suede,
-11 persimmon, 1-year
old $675,904-215-6835
42 SOFA BED- Queen
size chair, two
<|2 coffee tabie, big
table, maroon
color, top glass, asking
$400,294- 2388/864-1515
42 SOFA-love seat,
| pastel color, good
V I f condition,
asking 291-2388,
cell 864-1515
42 SOFA- plaid,
V i extra long, excellent
cond$, 350. 260-2086


A BASSETT king size
sleigh bed with
mattress and box
splng. Light cherry
wood, $400, 2192075 or
215 -2310

496 Machinery
60 & Tools

4 AIR COMPRESSOR-
6hp, 30 gal, $150and
many tools &
accessories,
call 912-882-9388 for
more info. $450 obo
S Craftsman 10
4 Stationary radial
t arm saw, model
315..220100,2 yrs
old, excellent cond,
work top, mobile stand
& and extra, "new" parts
included, $350 obo,
904 251.5161
4' CRAFTSMAN TOOLS
Stable saw jointer,
V planer, Dove tail,
maker lIke new,
call 904-777-4981
4' DEWALT 18v,
combo pack, cir-
cular saw, igsaw,
goose neck, lite,
1/2" drll, gooseneck,
lite, batteries; charger,
$600 value. $350,
247-9532


960 Machinery
9 & Tools

41 Dewalt i8v combo
p/ ck,i g-saw 12
drill, circular sw,
Reey Saw, Goose- Neck
Ute, batteries charger, $325
(eve's) 247-932
4 WATER heater, new,
o 30 gallon, $100,
S Craftsman drill p r
$150, large two wheel
wheel barrel,$45246.4461
Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
Drum Sets (150) $149Up
New 5pc & hdwr $349 300
Guitars $49Up 387-6527

98o Sporting
980 Goods

2 BMX (2). 20 Inch,
Sboys bicycles,



Treadclimber TC
I 5000, brand new,
41 i0$%1700 obo,
292-4894,742-7851
Bubble 2 Irons,
SItaylor made 3-ow,


head covers. Original
grips in excellent
condition 904- 803- 9843
Kayak For Sale
Wilderness Systems
"Ride", sit on top. Great
for fishing or just
relaxing, comes with
paddle $400 OBO. Ph
534-2716
Pool Tables $1295
Solid Maple $1895
1" slate New 334-8573
www.westwoodbilliards.com
PROFOR4 900 Cardlo
0 Cross Ellptcal Trainer
W/ref1exstep
features: reverse motion.
resistance level 10.
bottle older, 8 prepro.
'me. calories. fat caio-
Sries. spee. $280 Cash
$ only please 403-799
Telelphone- ATrr
Cordless, 5.8 GH7.
f With answering sys-
Stern, talking caler LD.
call waiting & more.
Nice $40.268-2482
A TippeRman 98, custom'
paintball gun, 20 oz.
co2,2 barrels, 2 pods,
need, $200 ob, 564-4258
STOAST- R. OVEN
S Black & Decker. Timer,
will bake a 9 Inch pie,
great condition, $25,
268-2482

do Wanted To
V Buy Or Trade

4 CATERING EQUIP-
MENT fountains,
holding oven &
misc, 904-$923-9107






Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies


11I A Pets &
1 EATD Supplies

Bassett Hound Puppies
T/Color, Shots, H/cert,
$350. 879-6386
4 BEAGLE/HOUND
S FREE- tricolor,
S male, neutered
supplies Included,
family looking
for a good home.
Serious inquiries,
please 9044-821-7670
BEAGLE PUPS -$1SO;
Shots & wormed.
Call 912-496-2445
CAIRN TERRIERS
Females $350 obo.
904-262-4706 or 525-6409
A CAT- Orange, Free
Y to good home,2 yr
S oldmal, all shots,
904-291-3133
CHUG PUPS-Pug/
Chihuahua. Born 2/6,1st
shots, weened, $350/3F,
912-510-0758
DACHSHUND PUPS, .
S&W. $300, 3M/1F,
904-751-3468
DOBERMANS PINCHERS
Red & Black, AKC, ears &
tails $800. 229.247.5493
a Fish Tank- 55 gal-
SIon, cherry wood
color w/Spump adn
fish top included,
call 904-77. 2464
German Shepherd pups.
White. Beautiful! 9wks.
1M/1F. $300-$400. POP
AvI now. 404-310-3719.
GREAT DANE PUPS,
www.freewebs.com/eMngskennel/
Reduced. 904-259-1706
LAB PUPS AKC chocolate
& yellows, $400.
Carl 386-963-4932
LABRADOR Retrievers
Born on Valentine's
AKC-$300.904-278 -7310
MALTESE PUP 3mo.
M/$700, reg; Boston
Terr's M/F$550-$600
8wks. HC, Reg. 449-6491
MALTESE PUPS AKC, Tiny
tea cups $1000. others
$750-$850 904-461-3459
MINI SCHNAUZER AKC
PUP, all shots & rabies.
F/$750. HC. 904-213.9941
MINI- SCHNAUZER PUPS
AKC, Health Cert M/F,
904- 613- 4905 or 289- 8669
PAPILLON PUPS AKC
Extra small, all colors
$600- $850. 904-461-3459
Poodle Miniature Male
Puppy, ACA., 4mo., all
shots, $350 904- 476-0946
POODLES AKC TOY M/F
blk $500-$900. 334-4058
plumprettypoodles.com
POODLES AKC Toys,
HC, 1 blk; 2 wht, 1 Phant
289-8669 or 613-4905.
Rottweiler-Mastiff MIx
l0wks CKC, brown,
$200, black $300. .

SHIH-TZU CKC PUPPIES
males/females, S/W,
904.214-4257/406-0144
SHIH-TZU PUPS, Reg.
Rdy now! HC, Sm, shots
$495, 904-213.9941
SUGAR GLIDER -adult
male. w/cage, $150.
772-7848
TOY POODLES -choc,
black and cream,
Shih-tzo's, M/F,
374-6177
YORKIE PUPS ACA, 8wks
1F/$900, 1M/$800. Cute
& playful 904-225-2380
YORKIES
Beautiful! $1500- up.
904-291.1829; 614-2995
YORKIE Small fern. AKC,
9wks. Est. adult sz 61bs.
$1K. 904-563-2639








1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats


1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
130SAuto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
132 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
4 14' Boston Whaler 01'
Dauntless like new
V1L" condition, galvanized
trailer, live Jewel JHF,
fishfinder, rod holders,
904 -803 -9843, $12K
16' CAROLINA SKIFF Semi
V, 50hp Yamaha, 4 strk,
like new, very low hrs,
$8K OBO 912- 882- 5779


Car Haulers



..._., -W-* *' .. L % .



UNITED ROAD
IS OPENING A
TERMINAL IN

BRUNSWICK, GA.







* Great pay
* Industry Leading benefits
* Excellent home time
* Nationwide network


Call 1-800-221-5127 ext 186
Ask for John

UNITED ROAD
A National Vehicle Transporter
"Driven to Deliver"



^.,^ ^ .


- U.


J


t


FRE.FRE*TRX O t I : IE, '.O:% F -REE FREE v: FRE-K FREE o FREE











26 Jia Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonvillet Thursday, April 6, 20Q6 ,,


1205 Boats
16ft, Aluminum
Lowe Jon boat,
1985, 75 hp,
Evinrude outboard
motor, 1983, 50hp,
Johnson outboard,
1971, $2K obo,
904 744-1794
16' Skeeter Bass
S Boat 89',
2 > 2 livewells, new
Scarpeto, 7ohp,
Yamaha Hummingbird
electronics, $3000 obo,
call chris 904 625- 6257
17,5 Hydra Sport c/c
S 93' .150 hp, $75^00, t/m,
Batteries, fish finder,
galvanized trailer,
cover, coast guard equipt,
904-221-5912
& 19' 2002 Trophy CC.
S 125hp Mercury,
S Depth finder, GPS,
Bimini, live well,
warranty, extras.
$1600 obo,
904-422-3113
2002 Chaparral 230 SSI
Bowrider, Mercrumiser
5.0, very low hours.
stainless prop., dual
batteries, depth finder,
compass, stereo/cd
player, enclosed port
pottle swim platform
w/ladder, snap in car-
pet, bimini top, bow
and cockpit cover, cus-
tom mooring cover,
automatic fire ext.
excellent condition,
includes Majic Tilt
trailer. $26,000
904-535-5300
21' Walk Around Cuddy
"01 -150 Salt Wtr Ser.
Merc. lOOhr Svc done
recently. New Humming
Bird DF w/GPS. $13,200.
904-241-1695
.O 17 ft, Monarch w/
Strailor, 115 hp, 4 stroke
| ohnson needs floor
boards, and transum
work, mns great, $2k obo,
call RICH, 912-322-8067
Building form for 8
S foot punt. Hard chine
t I plywood construction.
$30 will deliver,
278 -0106
FOR SALE
19.5ft Renken/Cutty
cabin with trailer,
140HP Mercury,
$6500.00 Firm.
Call 904-338-7831
JEEP WRANGLER 89',
runs g9ra food
Condition, 2nchlift,
large tires, sound bar.
$4k call 757-1473
JET SKI -Yamaha 92'
wave runner III, new
S engine, trailer
Included, call
912-882-6444, $1200 firm.
Kayak For Sale
Wilderness Systems
"Ride", sit on top. Great
for fishing or just
relaxing, comes with
paddle $400 OBO. Ph
534-2716
WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440

123 i Supplies

AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Paits
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1.800-541.6439
Flberstream 14' Camper
Tandem whis, very It.
wt., AC wall accs.
$3800obo. 349-2211
Fleetwood Niagra
S Pop- up '04 Too
| many options to
list $10,000 firm.
N.A.D.A $11,200 plus. Ph
641-5093
FRANKLIN 5TH WHEEL
'06, fiberglass, triple
slide out, 2bdrm, WD,
sleeps 8, every opt.
Must sell, $30KOBO.
850-590-7532
5 TOY HOWLER 05', 33'
S5th whi, sleeps 6,5.5
Skwgen, loaded, $30k,
^^ stayingat Eagle
HammockRy Park,
607-435-0538
STrail Lite 26ft
Travel Trailer 2003,
4,1 Excellent condi-
tion, kept covered,
$14,000obo.
912-882-4899

,CASH PAID$
s, MHs, TTs 545-830

1300 Motorcycles
SBMW 2003 Motorcycle,
R -1150 -RT,
4 1 immaculate,
am/fm/cd/xm, 24k
miles, all maint. records,
$10,800, 407-380-5213
SBuell Blast Vanee
& Hines, 02 pipes,
4 600 cc, black less,
then 150 miles,
garaged only $3200,
call904 3848996
L Harley S2005, 883XL,
sportstar owe
| $7795, all riding
gear included, plus
bags, ramp straps, call
Kevin 912- 576- 4112
& Harley Davidson
S '00 Road King,
IL pearl white 32,000
miles, great price,
$12,500, Call 249-1611 or
993-1665
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Fatboy 2001 exc cond
10k mi Call 759-7744
& HARLEY DAVIDSON
S2001, ultra classic
S impeccable con-
dition, 30Kmi,
always garaged, ser-
viced faithfully pwr
cmdr stage 1 exhaust,
$15,OO obo,
912-322-6949
SHarley Davidson 98'
SCustomized Sportster,
Looks and runs great,
drag bar pipes, gas
tank w/ dashboard,
$5509 neg. 705-.6466
SHARLEY DAVIDSON
02'883c, bilk, 5700mi,
Slots of chrome, x-tra
solo seat, sissybar,
bra drag pipes, $6600,
DEAN 904 -997-1289
St, HARLEY DAVIDSON 00'
| Road King, excellent
K I ^ condition, 4700 miles,
priced to sell, $13,500.
Call Mike, 298-2077,
days 955-7119
S HARLEY DAVIDSON 01'
1200 Sportster, 8915
ml, black w/red pin
stripes, looks & runs

like new. Windshield, H.D.
Dyna sear with back rest.
rear pe.gs. engine guards
$7500, 610-6062
HD SPORTSTER 1200 94
Exc cond. Garage kept,
$5500 OBO 904-237.3817
or 904- 786-2434
HONDA VTC600 Deluxe
'05, 800 mi, sissy bar
$4300 OBO. 631-7752


1300 Motorcycles
4 HONDA 1979, gold
wing, new tires,
garage kept,
Kingsland, GA w/



with side car, must
see, willing to
e. mail picture, call
Jim. 912- 729- 8904/
912-673-1897 w/
asking $6000
4. Honda Magna 96'
Sred, corbin sear,
S L HW10Y pegs, low
mileage, call
612-1878, $35o00
4, Kawasaki 2X-7R, built
/ e2 show, built for
V | speed, never raced,
wrecked, or stunted,
8k miles, $6000 obo,
564-4258
SU Oldsmobile Silhou
/ ette Van '00 Silver.
I 6300mi, new tires,
all leather, elec,
loaded $7995
904- 220 7886
POLARIS TRAILBLAZER
S2005, Sx20, tilt trailer
1 10 hrs of ride time
buying let skis, $4K
obo, call RICH 912- 882-8067
Sportster 2001,
S XL 1200 c, low
S miles, lots of
extra chrome,
excellent, blue/ silver,
$8500 obo 912.674-4453
SUZUKI SAVAGE LS650
'96 -Great starter bike.
9850mi, runs great,
windshield, $2200obo.
904-786-4627 Iv msg. EM:
jandknett@bellsouth.net
4 Yamaha 2000, V-Star,
Black, 8265 miles,
kil saddlebags, highway
bar, sissybar,
Clymer manual included,
$4000 obo, 904-777-2850
YAMAHA R6 -'04, mint
cond, 2800mi, Power
Commander, slip on
exhaust. Flush mount
lights, jacket/ helmet
incld. $6500 firm.
904-525-5919
SYAMAHA V-STAR, 650
1999, gar. kept, 4k
Smiles, lots of chrome,
612 -9998
FAST CASH
FOR USED BIKES
JAX POWERSPORTS
641-5320

1310 Auto Parrts
4, Bench Seat (rear)
from 1995 Dodge
S t Caravan. Grey
fabric, vinyl. No
rips or tears, excellent
cond. $25. 268-2482
4, FORD Winstar
S towing
package, asking
S I75 291-2388,
cel 864-15515
SHONDA ACCORD,
T 4 door, fully
4,11 loaded, will sell
engine, and parts,
call 912.496-4885 or
912-674-2469
4, NERF BARS -Chrome
Spelled off, 2005 z71
< $275 obo, call
--912-882-9388, Chrome
bedrail bars, $75 obo
SRims & Tires from
S05'OS Dakota. 16x8,
5x5.5 bolt pattern.
of 255/65R16
Goodyear Eagle IS.
550omiles,
$400, 904422-3113
SSTEHL Tow Dolly with
Elec brakes 2003 car
tow ideal for RVing,
$500 obo, 563-5337
L TIRES & ALLOY
Srims for mustang, 2
4 linew Yokohamm
p205/65 R15 and 2
VGC tires and rims,
mounted & balanced.
$175 firm. 703-4448
TIRES.Goodyear
4 Wrangler AT/S
275/7017 set of 4
with aluminum
wheels. $900 obo,
call 904-246-1911

1320 Antiques/.
10C classics

Volkswagon Beetle 69'
replaced engine,
rebuilt carborator,
complete brake job,
rebuilt transaxle, runs
great, $2000 904- 288-8270

1325 Automotive

L ACURA INTEGRA
S'93 Modified
S racing mtr. Trans
S gone. Has a set of
16" Bella Rims and a set
of 15" Stock Rims.
Luxury seats. $650obo
673-9176/674-0498
ACURA RSX Type S '06
Black Leather 8k Hurry!
$20,900 (904) 645-3606
(y\* ACURA TL '03
V Ex low miles, CD,
sunroof. $17,490
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW ACURA TSX '04
8..' Leather, sunroof,
CD, white. $19,900
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
y AUDI Tr QUATrRO
". "y '01. Fully
equipped. $18,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW 318-5-spd, 96k
D miles, red $11,000
S call Barbara 612-6646
f':7BMW 3251 '06. Like
whi new, only 3000
miles. $34,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
,'\BMW 330CIC CONV
8.' '04. Extra low
miles. $36,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW MS '03- Certified
pre- owned/fact. warty.
Outstanding 'condition,
Titanium silv, 30Kmi,
$52,900. 904-246-7830
BMW MINI COOPER '02
Blue/White Gray Interior
Manual Shift 19K Fun Car
ASH TISDELLE
1-800-323.5795
(7\ BMW Z4 3.0 '05
S Only 9K miles,
power top. $39,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BUICK CENTURY '98
St#BUCF881A $5788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 Buick Century 03',
14000 mi, $11,000,
904 387- 3015
CADILLAC ETC '96, 65Kmi,
white diamond, $9000.
904-276-8187 before 3pm


1325 Automotive

CADILLAC DEVILLE
'04. Pearl white.
Beautiful. $20,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
( V CADILLAC CTS '04
%_=: Silver, sunroof,
CD, extra low
miles. $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC DEVILLE
'05. Fully
equipped. $24,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
(, CADILLAC DEVILLE
'03. Pearl white,
one owner, like
new. $18,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Cadillac Seville-97'
SLS, loader, leather,
Xl, garaged, 92K miles,
excellent condition,
must see, $8600 obo,
Mayport area, 445-8370
CHEV CAVALIER '03
4DR AUTO AC CD $7500
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV IMPALA LS '03
PL, PS, PW, PM $13,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV MALIBU LS '03
PL,PM,PW,REMOTE CC
$8900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEY MONTE CARLO SS
'04 PM, PW, PL, CC
16,900 $26,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
(7%V CHEVROLET
CORVETTE '03
40th Anniversary
Convertible. Speed,
every option available.
$33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CH) CHEVROLET
CORVETTE '02
White, only 30,000
miles. Showroom cord.
$32,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY CAVALIER '04
St#4061C $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

Chevy Cavalier '98
Conv. top works, no
leaks automatic .with
a rebuilt '93 3.1 V6,
runs strong! cold A/C,
PW, PL, new cd
player, new battery.
alloy 5 star rims,
good tires, must sell
$1500 obo. Call
483-0387 or 779-1032

CHEVY CAVALIER LS 05
4dr. $99 a monthWAC.
Call today 771-9100'
CHEVY CAVALIER '00
2DR, AUTOMATIC, MNRF
$4500
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY COLORADO '04
St#603B $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

CHEVY CORVETTE '79
T-.Tops, Auto, 350,
PW PS, AC, Runs,
Needs Work, Every-
thing is Factory
Warranty, Body is
TIGHT! Must Sell
Today! Make Offer.
(904) 226-2364

CHEVY IMPALA'05
Very clean, 20" wheels.
$218/mo. WAC. 771-9100
CHEVY SILVERADO '99
St#857C $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY SUBURBAN '03
St#1628C $18,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'OS. Immac. condition,
loaded, must sell very
fast $13,945. 389- 7700
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '04
St#5763A $12,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER SEBRING LXI
'04.4dr, very low miles,
must sell fast. $210mo.
wac. Call 771-9100
7X: CHRYSLER
'.P' SEBRING SEDAN
'03 LXI. Leather,
CD, moonroof. $12,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
A, FordCouteur 2000
tinted windows,
83k miles, black/cd
Q"_ player &cd
changer, clean int,
$4000 obo, 904- 497-9045

FORD FISO CREW '02
St#1669A $19,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02
St#G020 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD FOCUS LX '01
AUTOMATIC, AC $4900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
4 FORD Freestar
Smini-van. 2004,
S excellent condi-
k + tion/maintenance,
original owner below
book for quick sale,
$10,600, 904- 282- 5452
FORD MUSTANG '04 GT
Conv, auto, 22K mi.
$23,500. 904-864-6569
FORD TAURUS '94
Auto, V6 Low Miles OBO
S$1550 (904)645-3606







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

Bring in this ad I
for extra savings! h
Military and First Time I
Buyers b
Welcome! I
Want to be treated i
like family, come to I
NIMNiCHT

1550 CASSAT AVE |
891-8672
387-4041
210-3004

L^*iI


1325 Automotive
FORD TAURUS SE '06
Beige on Beige, 18K, Low
Miles, Auto, PW, PL,
Inexpensive Luxury
$13,645
ASH TISDELLE
1-800-323-5795
Harley Davidson
Soft Tall 2002,
windshield,
chrome package,
light package, alarm,
6,000 miles, $12,500.
213 -9845. 449-1489
excellent condition
HONDA ACCORD '05. Very
clean, must sell fast
$18,988. Call 771-9100
! HONDA ACCORD
EX '05. Leather,
V6, CD. $23,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SHONDA ACCORD
EX V6 '04 Fully
Equipped $20,490
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012.
fl( HONDA ACCORD
c EX '04. Leather, CD
sunroof. $18,999
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
S, Honda Accord EX,
2000, V6, leather,
b loaded, 52K new tires,
cd, cassette, moon-
roof, $12,300,912- 576- 5281
HONDA ACCORD LX' 00
V6. Must sell fast!
$10,980. Call 771-9100
HONDA CIVIC '97
Red, Charcoal Interior,
Low Miles For the Year
89K, $5,765
ASH TISDELLE
1.800-323-5795
HONDA CIVIC LX
SAutomatic, excellent
t1 condition, $8500 (obo)
call 904- 7459011 or
904-463-4110
HONDA PILOT EX '03
St#3299C $20,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI XG350 '03
St#G041 $15,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI ELANTRA '03
40K, All Power, Take Over
$159pmts, $7900
(904) 645-3606
INFINITI G20 '99
Auto, Low Miles, Leather
Sunroof $159 Pmts $5950
(904) 645-3606
l INFINITI G35
SEDAN '04
Champagne/tan
leather, CD, sunroof
$24,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
KIA 4DR RIO '04
St#G030 $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LINCOLN TOWNCAR '00
St#G156 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/\| LINCOLN TOWN
CAR CARTIER '03
Like new, Sky Blue
$20,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TyY MAZDA RX8'04
_-_ Charcoal, leahter,
CD, priced to sell
j $19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERCEDES BENZ E320 '02
Blue Gray Interior,
Excellent Condition
$25,655
ASH TISDELLE
1- 800-323- 5795
MERCEDES BENZ E320 '99
Silver, 60K, Exceptional
Car, Drives Great, $18,485
ASH TISDELLE
1.800-323-5795

2001, perfect con-
| dition, silver, 18",
Chrome wheels,
$22,900, 904-955-9570,
ask for steve view
NAS JAX lot
MERCEDES BENZ E320 '03
Silver, grey Leather,
Panorama Roof, 23K,
$39,985
ASH TISDELLE
1.800-323-5795
4, Mercedes E-320 01'.
S$23400, 72k miles, 18"
chrome wheels, silver,.
perfect condition,
904-955-9570 ask for Steve
MERCURY GR. MARQUIS
'04. Excellent shape,
fully loaded, priced to
sell $15,975.389-7700
y\ MINI COOPER '05
Only 2000 miles.
$20,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
SPYDER '03 Outstanding
cond, loaded, must sell
quick $11,975. 389.7700
4 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS,
S99', Spyder convert-
i ible, 98k miles, exec.
condition, new tires,
must sell, $7300 obo,
904-386-8154
4. NISSAN 1996, green,
pickup, stick shift, it
S as approx. 105,886
miles. Valued at:
$4435, but settling for $4000.
Tow hitch & cruise control,
a/c & heat. Interior excel-
lent condition. Exterior is in
good condition. A/m, f/m
radio cassette. One owner.
If interested please
contact Dawn McLean at:
559-816-7372 to make
arrangements to
look at truck.
4 Nissan Quest 3.5 S
minivan $21,500
\ obo, 26,147 mi,
S 904704,3722
NISSAN SENTRA '99
St#BUC1632A $4988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN SENTRA
'05. Only 7000
miles. $13,490
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
PONTIAC G6 '05
St#G006 $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE SE
'04 LEATHER, PS, PL, PM,
PW $14,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
Pontiac Grand Prix SE
'9 7-Looks good. Call
379. 0370 or 654- 5937.
Only $3588
PT CRUISER 02',
38K miles, perfect
S condition, $12K,
Bought from
Carmax Call Jake,
904-505-9242
SATURN ION- 2 '04
Auto, Al Power, Make
Offer $8950
(904) 645-3606
SATURN L200 '03.
Loaded, excellent shape,
must see this one, priced
right. $8995. 389-7700


1325 Automotive
SATURN L200 '01
St#BUCGOOA $6988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SCION XA '05
St#G121 $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA AVALON XLS '02
St#G128 $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/ TOYOTA AVALON
SXLS '02. Leather,
CD, sunroof, fully
equipped. $12,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA COROLLA '03
Immac. cond, loaded,
priced to sell very quick
$7995. Call 389-7700
TOYOTA CAMRY '02
Blue w Grey Cloth, One
Owner $14 350
Ash isdeille
1. 800.-323-5795
TOYOTA CAMRY '00. Very
clean, must sell fast
$8995. Call now771-9100
TOYOTA CAMRY '94
Very clean. $5988
Call now 771-9100
TOYOTA CAMRY 98
Very low miles. $6955
Call today! 771-9100

Toyota Camry LE. '95
Sunroof AT AC,
Cruise control. Tilt
Steering PW Engine
replaced engine
has 60,000 miles. Fully
serviced, new timing
belt, good interior,
good exterior. $2750.
962-2029, Pgr 292-7247

" TOYOTA CAMRY
XLE'02. Cham-
pagne/tan. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA MATRIX XR' 05
Very clean, low miles,
must sell fast. $298/mo
wac.Call today 771-9100
y TOYOTA SCION TC
'05. Leather, CD,
sunroof, auto
$16,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA SOLARA '03.
Very clean, must sell
fast $288mo wac.
Call now 771-9100 -
Toyota Solara SLE
S 6', $22K obo,
, I 13,124 miles,
904- 704 3722
Toyota Solara SLE
SCoupe- 06', 13,127
I miles, $22K obo,
904-704-3722
TOYOTA SOLARA SLE
Scope 06', 13127 mi,
S $22,000 obo,
0 904-704-,3722
TOYOTA TERCEL 90'
Runs, at/ac, cold
Sair conditioning,
$600/ negotiable,
Rick 772-9422
TOYTOA CAMRY'03.
Need to call. Won't last
long $11,988. 7.71-9100
VOLKSWAGEN CABRIO
'01 GLX, Auto, Blue with
Beige Leather, Only 42K
$14,985
ASH TISDELLE
1-800- 323-5795
/(7) VOLKSWAGEN
BEETLE TURBO
CONV '04. Leather,
CD, auto. $20,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4, VOLKSWAGON
JETTA gis, 02', blue,
Loaded, auto, a/c,
sunroof, heated
seats, cd, alloys,
excellent condition, 69k
mi, $10,500 (obo)
912-729-3884

Volvo 240 SW '93 i
Final production year
Sof classic model; very I
clean vinyl' interior;
I body in great shape; I
newly rebuilt
4-speed AT, PW; PS;
I new tires; ice-cold
A/C;; AM/FM CD ste- I
reo with ipod/MP3
audio connector,.
170,000 miles. $3,700.
I 359-4366


U


1335 $2000 or Less
VW JETTA GLS Wagon
'03. Loaded, immac.
cond, must sell quickly
$12,975. Call 389-7700

Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

4 Bronco 1978'
/ 38" Super Swamper's
Snew motor, over 8k
invested, needs some
body work, $4000 obo,
RICK, 912 -882 -8606
CADILLAC SRX '06
SPearl white, fully
equip, like new.
Only 9K miles. $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV 510 PICKUP
AUTOMATIC, AC, V6
$10,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADO C1500
'05 CC, PL, PM, PW 6CYL
$19,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY SILVERADO K1500
'04 CC, LEATHER, PS, PL,
PM. PW $14,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADO C1500
'01 XCAB, LS, PW, PL
$13,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADOCO1500
'05 Reg Cab Auto V8
$16,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '06
PS, PL, PM, PW, CC
$22,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '05
PL,PM.CD $19,500
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '04
PS, MNRF, PL, PM, PW
$18,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '05
EXT, PL, CC, PM, PW
$20,400
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY 1500 '05 Reg Cab
Outstanding cond,
priced for immediate
sale $14,975. 389-7700
Chevy 4x4 '92 New
trans, all power,
-shape, never off
road, call 256-.308-7791
or 904-270.8628

CHEVY BLAZER '01
Runs great, cruise
control, pwr steering,
pwr brakes electric
windows & locks, air
conditioning, all new
tires. Ready to go
anywhere you want.
Asking $10,000 obo.
772-8197 Leave a msg


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
CHEVY SILVERADO 4X4
'01 Ext Cab. Loaded,
excellent shape, must
sell fast $13,975. 389-7700
CHEVY SILVERADO '05
XCAB, PW, PL. PM, XM,
7K. $21,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY SILVERADO C1500
'01 XCAB,PL, CC, PM. PW
$16,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY SILVERADO K2500
'05 6.6 DIESEL, XCAB, LT
$38,500
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY SUBURBAN LT '98
68K, Leather, Take Over
$8950 (904) 645-3606
CHEVY TAHOE '05
PS, PL PM, PW, CC
J27,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
4, DODGE 1500 QUAD
S2001 CAB VS, 2001
2wd, auto, 92000
sport a/c, pw, pd
tilt, pseat, 770-843-9999/
904-277-4673
4 DODGE RAM 1500,
S2001'quad custom
wheels, interior
S liner, 44K miles,
$13,800, original owner,
exc. cond, 695-4292
F FORD EXPLORER
S Sport Track, 6 cyl,
I full power moon,
roof, very sharp,
leather, 6 cd, 88K, roof
rack, tonneau cover,
904-940-5230
4 FORD EXPLORER
SSport Track, 6cyl,
1fullpower moon
roof, very sharply
Leather, 6cd, 88K, roof
rack, tonneau cover,
$10,900 obo,
904-940-5230
FORD EXPLORER '04
Silver, Auto5 Low Miles,
27K, Easy Miles, $16,985
ASH TISDELLE
1.800- 323- 5795
FORD EXPLORER
I 97', VS, limited, 96k
S mi, all leather, 5 cd
player, sunroof,
good condition,
$5400, 912- 729-4915/
912-552-1388
FORD EXPLORER SPT
TRAK'05 2WD, AUTO,
PL, CC, PM PW $22,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD EXPLORER SPTRK
'05 11K XLT Make offer
$18,900 (904) 645-3606
FORD F150 4WD'00
XCAB, FBED, KCC. PL, PM,
PW $17,400
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD F-150 Supercab
S01' r muns great, looks
great, PCSing soon,
must sell, $10,200 obo,
call 904-361-8332
FORD F250 SUPER DUTY
XLT '99 Ext. Cab, SWB.
Lded, 140kmi, AT, 2WD,
$14,900. 912-227-1711


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600



KEY AUDI
14660-100 Soutliside Blvd. 565-4000

ImEMl71


Trucks!/

1340 Trailers/
SUV's
FORD F800 24 ft Box
Truck, '99 chassis -
w/Cummlns/Allison
auto, 92Kml., Maxon Lift
Gate & pull out ramp.
Top cond, many extras
Call (904) 673-0536, for
all details, $19,750 neg.
FORD RANGER EXT CAB
'03. Excellent condition,
priced to sell immedi-
ately $10,975. 389-7700
J. Ford Ranger XLS
97' excellent cond.
\I 6'cyl ext. cab, 100k
miles, bed cover,
a/c, auto, all power,
$4950, obo, 912-882- 6014
GMC SIERRA 2500 '00
Champagne, V-8,42K,
Autom Long Wheel Base,
$11,685
ASH TISDELLE
1.800-323-5795
GMC SIERRA kISO '99
Leather, CC, PS, PL, PM,
PW $11,700
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
GM GMC YUKON
DENALI '03
Sunroof, CD, DVD
$25,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ GMC YUKON SLT
( '04. Ex low miles,
like new. $29,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA CRV '99.
Immaculate cond,
loaded, priced to sell
now. $8975. Call 389.7700
HONDA CRV SE '05
Leahter, CD, sun-
roof! $18,999
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
.998-0012

INFINITI QX4 '01
St#F830 $19,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
7 INFINITI QX56 '05
Navigation DVD,
Fully Equip.$44,680
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
ISUZU TROOPER '98
Auto, V6, A/C, Looks &
Runs Great $5900
(904) 645-3606
y JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE '04
Limited V8 4x4, CD
Sunroof, leather $20,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LAREDO '02. Very clean,
must sell fast $10,988.
Call today 771-9100


MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500
]=-l


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

4 LEXUS RX 300- 2000,
Includes tv,
cable, dvd, and
S other features,
asidng $20M0.
203- 577 2?165/270- 2165
or call Auto ULine @
904242- 8000, and ask
for Ryan, or T cell,
203-570-2165
L UNCOLN
NAVIGATOR '03
NAV., DVD, 4x4,
fully equipped $23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MAZDA TRIBUTE '04
Grey on Gray, 43K, Auto,
6 Cyl.. Clean SUV $15,985
Ash Tisdelle
1.800 323- 5795
Mazda Tribute 05'
4, type-S, folly loaded,
premium sound sys-
tern, 6- disc changes
side curtain, air bags,
$18,50 obo, 912 674-0617
NISSAN P/U '93, Sspd, air
76Kml, fiberglass topper,
exc cond, $3450. 573-3565

NISSAN TITAN 4X4 '04
CREW CAB, PM. PW, PL
CC. $25,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
NISSAN XTERRA '00
St#BUCF924A $8588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC AZTEK '01
St#BUC6067A $6988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Suburban 4x4,1989
5.71 V- 8, $2500 obo,
912-510-6365
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER '02
St#9976A $16,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA RUNNER SR5
'02. Low ml, must sell
fast $15,988. 771-9100
TOYOTA RAV4 '01
St#G072 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Toyota Sequoia
S SRS '05 12,000
SI miles, perfect
condition $30,500
912-882-4899

1345 Vans/Buses

CHEV VAN C1500 '02
CC, LEATHER, PS, PL, PM,
PW $24,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV VENTURE '05
LT, DVD, LEATHER
PS, PW, $15,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
7 CHRYSLER TOWN
& COUNTRY '05
White/gray, fully
equipped. $16,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4. Conversion Van 02',
Must seel E-150,
38.441 Miles, TV, DVD,
new tires, rims, 1
owner, ext. warranty
Call 553-9546


1345 Vans/Buses
DODGE B350 SLT Maxi
wagon "95. 15 pass.
Sdua air, $450p. 6145452
Dodge Caravan Sport '02
Burgundy, Beige Interior,
Ready For Family Vaca-
1. 800- 323. 5795
DODGE Grand Caravan
SE+ '05, LOADED, LIKE
NEW, $11,900. 880-7745
DODGE GR CARAVAN '01
St#F737 $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD E350 Econovan '88
21 Passenger excellent
running condition, 460
gas engine, no A/C,
asking $4000. Call
434-2799 if Interested

FORD Windstar '95, new
tires brakes, rear AC.
$2900 Call 9047.622-6809
4 FORD WINDSTAR-
2001 LX. mini van,
dual a/c, Umn


904-894766i0-24969
4, NISSAN quest, 3S S
T mlnlvan 05',

S NISSAN QUEST
.T 3.sMlnlvan 05'
OBO 904(704-3722

PONTIAC MONTANA '03
PL, CC, PM, PW, REMOTE
$8900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
PONTIAC TRANS PORT
'96 Looks & Runs Great
OBO $890 (904) 645-3606
(7V TOYOTA SIENNA
YA '04. Champagne/
tan, fully equipped
$21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

1 oleMiscellaneous
A3 .-Auto

Century Brand Fiber-

1/2-97, Nissan King
cab. excellent condition,
$100,904-434-0416
R, Rims & Tires- Red Five
I/ spoke Camaro with
S 235/60 R15 Radials
good tread pics,
available, $100,
912-729-7244
4, YAMAHA BRUIN 04'
350 2wd, geS$19000bo,
904-658-3793


SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Alantic Blvd. 641-6455

BKImHEC H


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atanic Blvd. 721-5000




4620 Suthside Blvd. 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000



LOTUS OF JACKSONVIE
www.lo0tusofacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992

^^J, fiV4


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



TOM BUSH MINI

9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911

^IIri m J m'


O'STEEN VOLVOO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486


ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


20 out of a 100


The military community makes up 20 percent of the total


population for Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.


That means that 20 out of every 100 people you meet are


somehow connected with the military.




Get your message to them by advertising in one or all of


the publications distributed at the local bases in the area.




For advertising information,


call 904-359-4336,


Fax 904-366-6230.




..j. M irror ...... Periscope


I F;ORDl,


I oYi+o nl


GIMCi d[]


1EG2I3 B


IHONDAIB


cm


[ :I CHEV;0]ROb


I: u],N


I NISSAN I


PRE-OWNED

IEHICIES I


I nCnHrY


I PONTIn


"-I]PO :SCI i


mI' DOD


I SA


nIm nnTi


SUPERjj
STOVRESi:




JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006 27


I


\


'I
SW
2


*p


THE FLOOR PIAN


IT'S A TREASURE MAP.


Your home could be hiding
some valuable treasure.
More than 40 years ago, Gr(iandi
gave you a nice bundle of Series
Savings Bonds. So you put them ii
safe place and forgot about them. Bl'
they're still around somewhere, waiting
for you to rediscover them. And even though
your old Series E Bonds are no longer earning
interest* they could still be worth more than
5 times their face value. So why not


put your money back to work?
Redeem those old bonds for cash,
or if they qualify, exchange them
.* for Series HH Savings Bonds at your
local financial institution. To find
out more, call 1-800-4US BOND, or
write to Savings Bonds, Parkersburg,
WV 26106-1328 and ask for a current values
chart. Begin searching your memory then
start searching your house. Because old Savings
Bonds are a treasure worth digging for.


Do you have old Savings Bonds? Check out the Savings Bond Calculator
at www.savingsbonds.gov to discover their value.


SAVINGS
.BONDS


* Pre-December 1965 Series E Savings Bonds stop earning interest
at 40 years, and those purchased after November 1965 stop at 30 years.


A public service of this newspaper


A .z


New


i.7





28 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 6, 2006


Cocigina'Ilo.coni

PUY..


io Local Dealerships,


22 Banks and 4500 New and


Used Vehicles All At One Convenient Location...


@ cogginauto com


At Cogginauto.com, you'll find every
tool you want for researching your next vehicle. With
over seventeen Florida dealerships representing
,- most major import and domestic lines, you'll never
have to leave cogginauto.com to find the information
and the vehicle you want.
In addition to an online inventory -
of over 2500 new cars, trucks, minivans and
sport utilities, you'll see our entire invento- % 6-a-V '* -
ry of used cars. With each vehicle listing you w
will find: the features, options, accessories .
and a 360 degree photo spread.
B -,....- Cogginauto.com has one of the largest online
databases of vehicles, and is also home to some
HI"" of the web's best finance tools: payment calcula-
.,. tors, lease vs. buy comparisons, reverse pay-
ment calculators. These finance tools will tell
you exactly how much you can afford and how to make the most 'of your
money.
Plus, you can apply for financing on-line and
acquire the best current finance rates on the -I
market. Even if you've had troubled credit
history, with Coggin's enormous buying power, .. ,-
we can help you get affordable financing on a
quality vehicle.
And its doesn't end there.
After you find the vehicle you want and get approved for the financing you
need all from the comfort of your home or office we'll complete your purchase
online and deliver your new or used vehicle directly to you.
Buying has never been easier.


LOOK FOR A 25. COUPON AT
COGGI NAU TO. COM/COUPON


Find The Right Vehicle

Find The Right Financing


And The Guaranteed Lowest Price


1-800-462-9774 111-866-506-2163111-866-493-


1-866-271-2459


1-UO50-558-


11-866-564-


1-800-431-395211-800-4,


-6143 111-800-456-1846


0.1