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Top Safety Award
VS-24 Wins Battle "E"
Page 5


Barracks Bash
An Afternoon Of Free Fun
Pages 8-9


THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2006


Armed Forces

Day Salute
See Pages 19, 24, 25
www.jaxairnews.com


NAS Jax honors



Sailors of Quarter


By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor


NAS Jacksonville's leaders recognized the achieve-
ments of their Sailors May 10 by hosting a Sailor
of the Quarter (SOQ) Luncheon at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club. The luncheon featured 80 SOQs from each
of NAS Jax's tenant commands and praise from many of
NAS Jax's leaders.
"Much of the time, Sailors get recognized locally by their
divisions, but it's rare that they are praised in a public
forum," stated NAS Jacksonville Command Master Chief
CMDCM(SW) Chris Green.
"The command master chiefs thought that this was a
good way to recognize the Navy's future leaders and give
them some positive reinforcement."
Guest Speaker CMDCM Charles Blackston, the com-
mand master chief at Patrol Reconnaissance Wing Eleven,
spoke to the attendees about the importance of honoring
the Navy's core values.
"The Navy's core values are about good personal behav-
ior on and off duty," Blackston stated. They're about hon-
esty 'and fairness and doing the right thing, even when no
one is looking. Our Navy's future depends on it."


For a complete listing of honorees
for NAS Jacksonville Sailors of the
Quarter, see Page 21.
NAS Jacksonville's Senior SOQ Weapons Department
Armory Division Leading Petty Officer GM1(SW) Sean
Holmes was proud to be invited to the event. "I wouldn't
be here if it wasn't for my subordinates and peers,"
Holmes said.
Holmes also had some advice for Sailors looking to get
ahead. "When times get rough, stay the course. You may
not get recognized right away, but your time will come."
After lunch was served, the Sailors were each presented
with a gift bag courtesy of the NAS Jax Navy Exchange
and a $50 savings bond courtesy of VyStar Credit Union.
Overall, many of the Sailors were happy that the station's
master chiefs went out of their way to recognize them.
"My supervisors set me up for success," said ET2(SW)
Robert Jaindl, a technician at Air Operations Ground
Electronics Maintenance Division. "I'm proud of my
accomplishments and I'm glad the base decided to recog-
nize me for them."


Photo by PH2(AW/NAC) Lynn Friant
NAS Jacksonville Policeman Norman Stark stops a driver at a seat belt check point on Mustin Road May 15. Stark had very
good results out of the 100 or so vehicles stopped everyone was buckled up.

'Click It or Ticket' Campaign starts next week


From the NAS lax
Security Department


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he NAS Jacksonville Security W I niE M A
team, in conjunction with other FI L
law enforcement agencies
throughout the United States will laws. The campaign starts Monday
actively participate in the 2006 "Click and ends June 4.
It or Ticket" campaign. Failure to buckle-up in compliance
Each year law enforcement agencies with state laws by the driver or pas-
promote vehicle seatbelt usage senger/s allows law enforcement offi-
through strict enforcement of seatbelt cers to conduct a traffic stop and issue


a citation for the infraction. In Florida,
seatbelt usage is considered a "second-
ary offense."
NAS Jax upholds a "zero tolerance"
policy for failure to use vehicle seat-
belts and maintains a policy that non-
compliance of the seatbelt law is a pri-
mary offense.
According to AAA Auto Club South
data last year there were 3,515 men,


See CLICK IT, Page 21


Naval attache
isit

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.',
Chip Dobson greets South Korean Navy Capt.
Chung Samman at the 2006 Naval Attache
Spring Tour. Representatives from 36 countries
visited NAS Jacksonville and tenant commands
such as Construction Battalion Maintenance3
Unit 202 and Commander Patrol Reconnais-
sance Wing Eleven during an orientation tour
May 10. Dobson said the visit was beneficial ,
to everyone involved. "I think it exposes our
people to other navies and it shows the foreign
naval attaches how we do business," Dobson
stated. "They are very knowledgeable, but they
are looking for ideas that can be applied to
their organizations, navies and respective
countries in the hope that they will be able to
do things more effectively and efficiently."
Photo by PH2(AW/NAC) Lynn Friant


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Photo by 01 Mike England
Patrol Reconnaissance Wing Eleven Command Master Chief
CMDCM(AW/NAC) Charles Blackston was the guest speaker
during the NAS Jacksonville Sailor of the Quarter Luncheon
May 10.



CPRW- 11 to hold

change of command
By Lt. Tony Walters
CPRW-11 PAO
apt. Sean Buck will assume command of Patrol
and Reconnaissance Wing Eleven (CPRW-11) dur-
ing a change of command ceremony today at
Hangar 116. Buck relieves Capt. Dennis Sinnett, who
has commanded CPRW-11 since November 2004. Retired
Navy Capt. Keith Weaver, a former CPRW-11 command-
er, will be the guest speaker.
Buck is a native of Indianapolis, Ind. and graduated
from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1983, where he received
his commission.
A P-3C naval flight offi-
cer. Buck's at-sea opera-
tional tours include a divi-
sion officer tour in VP-40, a
department head tour in
VP-26, where he served as
the safety/NATOPS officer
and maintenance officer
and a disassociated sea
tour on board USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-
71D as the V-2 catapult and
arresting gear division offi-
cer.
His shore and staff as- Capt. Dennis Sinnett
signments include VX-1 at-
NAS Patuxent River. Md.,
the Bureau of Naval Per-
sonnel as aircraft carrier
placement officer, the Joint
Staff as an air operations
officer in the Joint Recon-
naissance Operations Divi-
sion and the Chief of Naval
Operation's (CNOi staff as
executive assistant to the
deputy CNO for Warfare
Requirements and Pro-
grams.
In March 2001, Buck
reported to the "Tridents" Capt. Sean Buck
of VP-26 as executive officer and assumed command of
the squadron in March 2002. During his tour as com-
manding officer, the squadron completed a split deploy-
ment to Sigonella. Italy, Keflavik, Iceland, Rota, Spain,
and the Caribbean supporting Operation Enduring
Freedom.
Buck's most recent assignment has been with thd
National Reconnaissance Office, Chantilly, Va. serving as
the deputy director of the Naval NRO Coordination
Group.
Sinnett assumed command of CPRW-11 on Nov. 5, 2004
and has been an inspirational leader and warfighter. His
vision placed VP-5, VP-16, VP-45, VP-62, VQ-2, Aircraft


See CPRW. Pape 21


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Get your Pepsi 400 tickets at I.T.T.
From MWR Marketing
Stop by the I.T.T. office to purchase your tickets to the Pepsi 400. The Pepsi
400 is July 1 at 7:55 p.m. Ticket prices are:
All American Offer (Lund Grandstand) $56.75 From the Turns (Oldfield Seat) $56.75
Bird's Eye View (Superstretch Terrace) $67 Fan Zone (Pre-race pass) $46.50


Pepsi 400 Keech Box tickets go on sale at the I.T.T. office June 15 at 9 a.m.
Sign up to take the I.T.T. bus to
I Daytona for only $12. The bus will
depart from NAS Jacksonville at
j 3 p.m. on race day.
r- ~ For more information, call 542-3318.


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2 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 18, 2006


4 FROM THE FLEET


Forward deployed ... still the place to be for Sailors
., FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. other words putting a quali- Let's start with Japan.
7West fled Sailor in a needed bil- With 17 ships and 43
Pacific Fleet Master Chief let. So talk with your shore facilities governed by
Career Counselor and three fleet activities, Japan
TT warriors, we need to detailer about AIP eligibili- has almost 20,000 Sailors
;X chat again about a ty. and 19,000 civilians. Those


T v subject near and
dear to our Navy especial-
ly in the Pacific forward
deployed naval forces
(FDNF).
I've talked about this sub-
ject before, but I feel I need
to address it again, because
K I just don't think the word is
* getting out as well as it
should.
We have many profession-
al and family opportunities
overseas, and now is the
Perfect time to take advan-
tage of them. Forward-
deployed service, assign-
ment to deployable units
home ported overseas, pres-
ents our Sailors with mone-
_tary advantages, education,
',travel and the professional
,experience and growth to
.significantly enhance a
A'.developing career. Shore
<'duty overseas also provides
many of these options.
.- I mention this because our
,Navy is still wrestling with
maintaining normal person-
Snel rotations in and out of
our forward-deployed ships
and bases. My classic exam-
,.ple is Japan. It's tough to
get our Sailors out there;
but once there, it's tough to
get them to rotate out.
: Also forward-deployed
d-duty still has reputation
issues, and as I have men-


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
tioned in the past it's all
because of bad gouge.
Warriors, we need to look
at the facts. And some of
them have changed since I
last talked to you about this.
But the points bear repeat-
ing because, like our indi-
vidual augmentee program,
the FDNF is critical to our
readiness.
One recent change for the
better is Sailors returning
from a successful FDNF sea
duty tour are now entitled
to orders on the coast of
their choice: East or West, it
makes no difference.
But I know the number
one concern is still money.
For that extra pocket cash,
you still have the assign-
ment incentive pay (AIP) for
critical, but hard to fill,
overseas billets. It still can
reach almost $1,500 a
month extra.
Remember that AIP is
scaled to meet rating and
location requirements: in


So once we figure in the
other FDNF financial incen-
tives overseas Cost of
Living Allowance (COLA),
housing allow-ances, sea
pay for sea commands, and
for those looking to extend
there, overseas tour exten-
sion incentive pay an E6 is
looking at banking around
$17,000 per year extra on
top of other pays which
equates to approximately
$51,000 extra over a three-
year tour.
Some other significant
points from our last FDNF
talk are:
* Priority seating on MAC
flights for environmental
morale leave
* Paid travel for member
and dependents on emer-
gency leave.
* Spousal tax-free employ-
ment income (Up to $80K,
tax free)
* No out-of-pocket expenses
for orthodontic care (ie. chil-
dren's braces)
* DoDEA schools
* A very robust Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) offering many travel
opportunities.
* Short waiting list for hous-
ing.
I'd like to make a pitch
now for Pacific forward-
deployed opportunities.


are all tough jobs and it's
just as tough to fill them.
But it also provides many
professional, cultural, and
educational chances for
those looking for an edge.
In the Marianas, our Navy
and Marine Corps forces
serve as forward-deployed
operational support in the
Western Pacific.
Guam duty means being
one of 3,903 Sailors serving
in one of more than 40 dif-
ferent flag, surface, subma-
rine, medical and informa-
tion commands. As a strate-
gic support hub, Guam is a
major pipeline of supplies
and services to the forward
deployed fleet.
Also keep in mind that
Guam provides top-notch
education, exchanges and
commissaries, and excellent
housing for a successful
overseas family tour.
In all these areas, don't
forget about the AIP, COLA
and Overseas Tour Exten-
sion Incentive Pay.
Another critical area is
Korea. Commander, U.S.
Naval Forces Korea pro-
vides leadership and expert-
ise in naval matters to area
military commanders, and
functions as a liaison to the

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-Hey, MoneyMan!
i I can't believe the price of
Egas! I try to buy my gas on
?base, but even they are
;;expensive. I heard that the
prices will go even higher
this summer. I have read
about different ways to save
.,gas, but I am not sure any of
Them will really work. Since
KI really can't do anything
_:about the price of gas, do
you have any good recom-
mendations on what I can
,do to save?
MoneyMan Sez:
The price of fuel in
tAmerica is higher and I
'agree that it will likely
increase this summer. I also
have seen many suggestions
:on how to save money and
these are the ones I think
'will actually help. First of
all, drive less. Few people in
Jacksonville car pool, even
those who drive to and from
'work at the same time every
day with other office work-
ers. The next time you drive
fto work, observe how many


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cars have only a driver and
no passengers! Want to cut
your bill in half? Drive to
work every other day
instead of every day.
According to a study recent-
ly completed by Ed-
munds.com, the following
steps also proved to be eco-
nomical:
Using cruise control dur-
ing long highway drives
could save up to 14 percent
over those not using cruise
control when driving at the
same approximate speeds.
Slow down. Driving 60
mph will save up to 15 per-
cent over driving at 70 mph.
The big money saver is to
avoid hard accelerations
and hard stops. Rushing to
stop lights and racing away
from them burns up gas -
and lots of it.
In fact, changing your 0
to 60 speed from 12 seconds
to 20 seconds and braking
slowly for stop lights can
increase you gas mileage by
30 percent or higher. This


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alone, in effect, will reduce
that $2.85 gas price to below,
two bucks! Not bad for such
a simple adjustment to your
driving habits.
Gas prices are high but
there are many things we
can do to take away the


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sting. These are just a few
of the steps we can take to
keep more of our hard
earned cash our of the gas
tank and in our pockets!
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


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S UNI DAY SE RV IC ES

You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-10:45
a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
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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 II Am NEws can be reached at
(904) 542-5588 or by fax at (904) 542-1534 or write the IJAnA NEWS, Box 2,
NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
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over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
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SidxJir News,
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RC2 KEVIN MEDINR
Job title/command:
NAS Jax Air Operations


Hometown: Orlando


Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: USS Iwo Jima


Career Plans: To complete my degree in
professional aeronautics.


Most Interesting Experience: Helping
the people in New Orleans after Hurricane
Katrina.


Words of Wisdom: Stay in school.
i



MRLCOLM WRTSON

S Job title/command:
I Police Officer/NAS Jax
Security Department

Hometown: Altcona, Pa.


Family Life: Married with two children.


Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy


Career Plans: To continue my education.


Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
overseas.


Words of Wisdom: Treat people the way
you want to be treated.



NAS Jax establishes


emergency hotline
NAS Jacksonville has established a hotline for
service members, Department of Defense
employees, contractors 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
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.
Emergency information will also be broadcast on
Cable Channel 118 which is run by NAVAIR Depot
Jax. This channel will run continuous information
regarding the hurricane conditions and evacuation
guidelines.
For more information, contact the disaster pre-
paredness office at 542-5595.







NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 18, 2006 3


'Topcats' commemorate


50th change of command


By Lt.j.g. Christopher
Amis
VS-31 PAO
Cmdr. Tim Langdon
relieved Cmdr. Jeff
Davila during VS-
31's 50th change of com-
mand ceremony May 11
aboard NAS Jacksonville.
Commander, Carrier Air
Wing Nine Col. Douglas
Yurovich was the event
guest speaker.
Langdon previously
served as the executive
officer of VS-41, VS-35 and
VS-31. As the VS-31 com-
manding officer, he will
lead the squadron through
a rigorous fleet readiness
training plan and their
final deployment with
Carrier Air Wing Nine
aboard USS John C.


SECNAV

to speak at

Battle of

Midway

Dinner
From CNRSE
T he Battle of Midway
Commemoration
Dinner will be held
June 2 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Hyatt Regency on
Jacksonville's Northbank.
The guest speaker will be
Secretary of the Navy
Donald Winter. The
Mayport Navy League spon-
sors the commemorative
dinner.
Costs of tickets for the
dinner are: E6 and below -
$25; E7 03 $35; 04 05 -
$45: 06 and above, civilians
and retirees $55. Checks
should be made payable to
Midway Dinner.
Tickets may be purchased
from the NAS Jacksonville
USO Office at 778-2821,
Navy League Mayport Bill
McLoughlin at 285-8731 or
at the USO Mayport at 246-
3481.
The uniform for 04 and
above is dinner dress white
jacket; 03 and below din-
ner dress white/dinner
dress white jacket optional;
covers not required. Civilian
is black tie or business
attire.
Cocktails begin at 6:30
p.m., dinner at 7:30 p.m. In
attendance will be survivors
of the Battle of Midway.
This year's event marks
the 64th anniversary of the
Battle of Midway. All naval
personnel active duty,
reservists, retired and civil-
ians are invited to attend.

Columbia

College to hold

graduation
C olumbia College -
Jacksonville will con-
fer nine associate and
55 bachelor's degrees to stu-
dents at a commencement
ceremony at 6:30 p.m.
tomorrow at the All Saint's
Chapel.
Dr. Anthony Alioto,
Columbia College professor
of history and Althea and
John Schiffman, chair in
ethics, religious studies and
philosophy will be featured
speakers.
"For 16 years, Columbia
College Jacksonville has
helped working adults and
military personnel pursue
college degrees," said Mike
Randerson, Columbia
College vice president for
Adult Higher Education.
"Commencement is an


opportunity for faculty, staff,
friends and family to cele-
brate each student's accom-
plishment."
Columbia College -
Jacksonville, located aboard
NAS Jax, was established in
1990 to serve military per-
sonnel and their families, as
\ well as working adults in
the Jacksonville area.


Stennis (CVN 74).
Davila led the "Topcats"
through multiple training
and readiness detachments
aboard USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN 69), USS
Enterprise (CVN 65) and
USS John C. Stennis (CVN
74), plus counter-drug
operation detachments in
the Netherlands, Antilles.
Additionally, the squad-
ron conducted SLAM-ER
missile training detach-
ments where they refined
practical techniques for S-
3B SLAM-ER employment.
Among the accolades
received by VS-31 during
Davila's tour were the
Commander Naval Air
Forces, U. S. Atlantic Fleet
Battle Efficiency Award
and Lockheed Martin


Golden Wrench Award for
2004.
VS-31 also received the
2004 U.S. Fleet Forces
Command Retention
Excellence Award and was
cited on the Retention
Honor Roll for 2006.
Additionally, the Topcats
earned an honorable men-
tion for the Chief of Naval
Operations 2005 Com-
munity Service Health,
Safety, and Fitness
Flagship, Medium Sea
Award.
Most recently, VS-31
received the coveted
Commander Naval Air
Forces Enlisted Aviation
Warfare Specialist Silver
Pennant.
Cmdr. M. Muzzafar Khan
has assumed duties as the


Photo courtesy of VS- 31
Cmdr. Tim Langdon (left) and Cmdr. Jeff Davila get ready to cut their cake following the VS-
31 Change of Command ceremony. Langdon relieved Davila as the "Topcats" commanding
officer May 11 aboard NAS Jacksonville.
squadron's executive offi- Squantum Naval Air to disestablish early,;in
cer. Station, Mass., flying the 2008 as part of the S-3B
VS-31 traces its begin- Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless. Sundown Program.
nings back to 1942 at The Topcats are scheduled









4 lax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 18, 2006


'The King' returns to



NAS Jax for last tour


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer


H hundreds of fans
turned out to see leg-
endary softball pitch-
er Eddie Feigner, leader of
the four-man team "The King
and His Court" take on the
NAS Jax All Stars May 10.


Feigner, who, has led the
team since 1946 and played
more than 10,000 games in
104 different countries, was
especially thrilled to visit
NAS Jax.
"I was in the Marine
Corps during World War II
and was stationed here in
1942 for flight training.


Eddie Feigner, "The King" of The King and His Court signs
autographs for a group of fans after a softball game between
the court and the NAS Jax All-Star Team May 10. The event
was sponsored by the NAS jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department.


That was 64 years ago and
unfortunately, I've never
had the opportunity to bring
'The King and His Court'
here. This is my final tour,
so it's great to be able to
come back here after so
long," remarked Feigner.
"I really enjoy visiting
military bases. In fact, I
have appeared at more mili-
tary bases than Bob Hope
did. I think we've been to
about 300 military installa-
tions around the world," he
continued.
Feigner, a native of Walla
Walla, Wash., started his
career as a softball pitcher
after returning home after
the war. He soon proved his
remarkable skill pitching
balls in excess of 100 mph
and striking out hundreds
of his opponents. One such
opponent was baseball leg-
end Mickey Mantle.
"Eddie struck out Mickey
more than 350 times during
his career. So we are dedi-
cating our final tour this
year to him and also Eddie's
good friend Roger Maris,
who was Eddie's batboy
many years ago. This final
tour is a tribute to them,"
said his wife and tour man-
ager, Anne Marie Feigner.
"I've finally convinced Eddie
to retire. The king and
queen are going to spend
time with their grandchil-
dren, live life and have bar-
becues in the backyard."
But according to "The


King," retiring is just a rela-
tive state.
"Sugar Ray Robinson
retired six times and came
back and won another fight.
Lots of athletes retired and
come back. Someone has
been choreographing my
life. God is in charge of
everything, so we'll see what
happens," he added.
According to his Web site,
Eddie has pitched 132,070
strikeouts and 238 perfect
games during his career.
With his unique antics
such as pitching while blind-
folded, from between his legs
and from second base, strik-
ing out batters comes natu-
ral to him much to the
delight of his audiences.
The "court" currently con-
sists of Mike Branchaud,
who plays pitcher and catch-
er, Rich Hoppe, also a pitch-
er, Jack Knight as all
around, and Jason Fisher
who plays shortstop. With
pitchers who rarely let their,
opponents make it to first


Photos by 5
base, there is no need for
other fielders.
The team will continue to
play for its fans after "The
King" retires. But whatever
"The King and Queen" do,
the history of the world's
fastest softball pitcher will
live on. In fact, the Hall of
Famer will soon be featured
in a movie about his life


NAS lax
Command
Master Chief
CMDCM(SW)
Chris Green
presents "The
King" Eddie
Feigner of The
King and His
Court, with a
special plaque
as his wife,
Anne Marie
Feigner (the
queen) and his
team members
look on.
Shannon Leonard
which is expected to be
released in late 2007.
"It was an honor to meet
Eddie Feigner and play with
'The King and His Court.' I
just wish I hadn't been
struck out. He's truly a leg-
end and I'm glad he stopped
at NAS Jax," said NAS Jax
Command Master Chief
CMDCM(SW) Chris Green.


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VS-24 earns




Battle 'E'Award


By Lt. Shane Snakenberg
VS-24 PAO
he VS-24 'Scouts' were
awarded the highly
coveted Battle Effi-
ciency Award for their per-
formance during calendar
year 2005. The Battle "E" is
awarded to only one S-3B
Viking squadron for out-
standing achievement in
combat readiness, opera-
tions, safety and high
morale.
The Scout motto, "train
and maintain to fight" has
emanated throughout the
command in 2005. VS-24
displayed an unmatched
example of achievement in
the sea control community
and demonstrated true inno-
vation and team effort
through a full set of work-
ups and their final wartime
cruise.
While the past year pre-
sented a constant array of
challenges and opportuni-
ties, VS-24 rose to each and
every challenge and per-
formed admirably.
Throughout the past year,
the Scouts accomplishments
have consisted of a rigorous
workup cycle including Sea
Control Advanced Read-
iness Program, Tailored
Ships Training Availability,
Air Wing Fallon detachment
and Composite Unit Train-
ing Exercise.
Workups were followed by
their deployment to the
Arabian Gulf aboard USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN
71) in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom.
VS-24 met all Chief of
Naval Operations ready-for-
tasking goals, and opera-
tional requirements directed
from Commander, Strike
Group Two and Carrier Air
Wing Eight. Squadron main-
tainers conducted ex-tensive
maintenance, aircraft modi-


fications, receipts and trans-
fers along with aggressive
standoff weapon systems
grooming during the inter-
deployment readiness cycle
and deployment.
The squadron efficiently
executed more than 1,800
sorties and 5,000 mishap-
free flight hours with a 99.9
percent sortie completion
rate on deployment. Con-
ducting more than 41,000
total maintenance man-
hours, VS-24 posted one of
the highest utilization rates
within Sea Control Wing,
U.S. Atlantic Fleet.
While maintaining the
highest sortie completion
rate in Carrier Air Wing
Eight, the squadron's
extraordinary maintenance
accomplishments were ulti-
mately rewarded by receipt
of the Carrier Air Wing
.Eight "Golden Wrench"
award for the deployment.
The Scouts led the way in
the tactical arena innovat-
ing operations in the over-
land non-traditional intelli-
gence, surveillance and
reconnaissance arena
(NTISR) during Operation
Iraqi Freedom.
When new challenges
arose in Iraq, theater com-
manders handpicked VS-24
to act as the primary air-
borne intelligence asset to
multinational forward air
controllers.
Squadron members devel-
oped and implemented an
in-depth plan to utilize the
S-3B as an NTISR platform,
conducting 103 overland
sorties in calendar year
2005 and a total of 229 sor-
ties in support of ground
forces. Never before conduct-
ed by ; a sea control
squadron, these innovative
operations expanded hori-,
zons for the venerable S-3B
and redefined the role of the


Viking in combat support.
VS-24 also spearheaded a
cooperative effort among air
wing assets focused on the
integration of available tech-
nologies with the ultimate
goal of improving surveil-
lance capabilities and com-
munications. with their
counterparts on the ground.
Some other achievements
included 31 weeks aboard
USS Theodore Roosevelt,
445 combat hours flown, 740
hours conducting major
exercises, 1.1 million pounds
of fuel passed and 1,440
arrested landings. The
Scouts also dropped 180 live
weapons and 140 inert
bombs.
All operational successes
and tactical achievements
could not have been realized
without the direct support of
every Sailor attached to the
command. Dedicated leader-
ship, superb management,
and hard work have been
rewarded by safe flight and
ground operations through-
out the year.
With no ground or air-
borne mishaps and no
reportable injuries to per-
sonnel, VS-24 recorded the
lowest injury rate of any
department or squadron on
board CVN 71. A testament
to the personal dedication to
the command mission, VS-
24 also earned a fifth con-
secutive U.S. Atlantic Fleet
Retention Excellence Award.


May is a special time to honor military members


Byj. Daniel McCarthy
Director of Military Affairs
M ay is National Military
Appreciation Month. While we
seek every month to honor the
military in Jacksonville, the next four
weeks present unique chances to cele-
brate the contribution of the patriotic
men and women, and their families that
have stepped forward to defend our liber-
ties.
Several events are being planned in the
local area to recognize the military com-
munity here. USS Florida, a nuclear bal-
listic submarine, will be at NS Mayport
from May 19-25 with a return to service
ceremony being held the final day. The
city of Jacksonville will host a Memorial
Day Remembrance Ceremony at
Memorial Wall May 29 at
10 a.m. where we will enshrine the
memory of 13 citizens from Jacksonville
who died while serving in military in the
last year. The Navy League and USO will
host a Midway Battle Commemoration
Dinner June2 and on June 10 the newly
constructed USS Farragut will be com-
missioned and take up residence at NS
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Routine flight ops


Photo by PH3 Christopher Stephens
An S-3 Viking assigned to the "Checkmates" of VS-22 refuels another S-3 Viking, during
routine flight operations aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington
(CVN 73) May 10. George Washington Carrier Strike Group is currently participating in
Partnership of the Americas, a maritime training and readiness deployment of the U.S.
Naval Forces with Caribbean and Latin American countries in support of the U.S.
Southern Command objectives for enhanced maritime security.


MSCCN to host hiring fair in July
From CNRSE following nationwide positions: doctors,
Community Support Services nurses, physical therapists, medical direc-
tors, medical center administrators, med-
he Military Spouse Corporate Career ical assistants, radiology technicians,
Network, (MSCCN) is hosting a hir- billing specialists, accountants
ing fair aboard NAS Jacksonville and other professional
July 12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Building administrative support posi-
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for two of MSCCN's corporate
partners, Concentra Incor- achovia is currently
prorated and Wachovia l offering the following posi-
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MWR Employee Arval Tucker brought an extra helper to the Barracks Bash. "1I told him if he
worked hard, he'd get a few hot dogs," he laughed.


Frantically moving to save time, AZAN Jason Hickey from VP-16 uses his teeth to untangle a
cold, stiff shirt during the frozen T-shirt contest.


ANNUAL BARRACKS BOSH DELIVERS FUN OND LAUGHTER


ByJO2(SW) Bill Lamed
Special Contributor
Threatening dark clouds did-
n't discourage many Sailors
from jumping right into the
annual Barracks Bash event at
NAS Jax May 10. More than 300
participants found themselves
enjoying a plethora of activities
and grilled food inside the
Enlisted Bachelor's Quarters
Center Court.
The beats of hits spun by disc
jockey FC2(SW) Vinny Vincent of
Fleet Area Control and
Surveillance Facility Jax kept
spirits high while Sailors compet-
ed in several physical challenges.
AEAN Javaughn Griffin from
VP-62 had never experienced the
trial of a climbing wall until he
ascended one at the bash. He and
others climbed the wall using
hands and feet to maintain trac-
tion. While some Sailors compet-
ed with one another, others
sought to improve their own skill.
"Climbing that wall was
tougher than I thought it would
be," Griffin admitted with a smile.
He seemed pleased with how rap-
idly he finished.
At the dunking booth, Sailors
took turns mercilessly backhand-
ing softballs at the release switch.
The first couple of throwers
missed. At last, a Sailor hit the
switch squarely, sending Naval
Reserve Readiness Command
Southeast Command Master
Chief CMDCM(SW/AW) Veronica
Tutt plunging into the tank with
a splash.
"There goes that $50 hair-do,"
joked NAS Jacksonville Com-
mand Master Chief CMDCM(SW)
Chris Green.
. Tutt was grinning when she


MWR Disc Jockey FC2(SW) Vinnie Vincent spins popular hits by The Red
others, keeping spirits high.


emerged from the dunking booth.
"That was fun and it really was-
n't that cold. These events are
great and I enjoy working with
young people and making them
laugh," she said.
Lots of Sailors were drawn to a
surfboard competition, a new
event that replaced last year's
mechanical bull ride. Contestants
stood atop a moving surfboard,
spinning and turning in time
with a control motor that tested
the limits of their physical agility,
eventually forcing them to lose


control and plunge to a crash
mat. Onlookers laughed aloud
with and cheered on the compet-
ing men and women convulsing,
twisting and bending their bodies
in a struggle to maintain balance.
The game drew a lot of attention
not so much for the novelty but
for the prize. Unlike last year's
mechanical bull competition, the
Sailor who could stay on top the
longest without falling was
awarded a laptop computer. The
Defense Commissary Agency
(DeCA) generously sponsored this,


Hot Chili Peppers, the Gorillaz and

particular prize.
On yet another crash mat, con-
testants tested their athletic
skills in direct physical contact
that seemed to defy gravity. In
bulky, padded costumes that com-
ically exaggerated their bodies'
mass, competitors ran around
helter-skelter and pinned one
another to the ground. Winners
seemed not to cinch each match
so much with skill but by drawing
the loudest laughs.
For all who participated, the
afternoon was one well spent.


Armed with water balloons, two
shipmates conspire on how to at-
tack their next victim.
"We ought to do this every
month," Griffin said.
NAS Jax sincerely thanks and
appreciates WAVES Surf Shop,
DeCA, Coca-Cola, the
Jacksonville Suns and MWR for
sponsoring the event. Neither the
Navy nor any part of the federal
government officially endorses
any company, sponsor or their
products or services.


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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 18, 2006 9


Readiness Command Southeast Command Master Chief
CMDCM(SW/AW) Veronica Tutt asks a Sailor where she
learned how to throw a softball. She quickly realized her
remarks instantly improved the Sailor's skill.


Photo by Shannon Leonard
AR Sam Bingham from Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Jax catches a killer wave at the Barracks Bash.


Photos by
]01(SW) Bill Lamed


Inside the dunking booth, NAS Jacksonville CMDCM(SW)
Chris Green teases a Sailor about his rusty pitching skills just
before being sent on a cold, wet plunge.


Marlana Fairless, an Aviation Mechanic "A" school student,
quickly notes her progress ascending the climbing wall.


Random super-soaker hits were also a part of the fun at the
Barracks Bash.


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Photo by Shannon Leonard
Lance Cpl. James Howard (top) and Pfc. Kevin Vestal both the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Jax, try their
best Sumo wrestling techniques.


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10 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 18, 2006



Military helps with Red Ribbon Week

Campaign Drug Free unites REDCOM WA .


Southeast with area
By 102 Nicholas Spinelli
REDCOM SE Public Affairs
When CMDCM(SW/
AW) Veronica Tutt
stepped to the
front of the classroom, she
was met with a group of
impassive, unreadable faces
staring up at her. Unshak-
en, she began her pitch
with a smile and an enthu-
siastic, "Good morning!"
"Good morning," was the
less than excited reply from
roughly half the assembled.
Tutt scrunched up her face
and put her hands to her
ears saying, "I can't hear
you. I said, 'Good morning!'"
Smiles broke out in the
crowd, and this time every-
one responded. She smiled
and began her presenta-
tion.
Tutt is just one of several
presenters for Navy Re-
serve Readiness Command
Southeast's (REDCOM SE)
Campaign Drug Free (CDF)
Program. "It's actually pret-
ty easy to get their atten-
tion," she said. "Once they
see the uniform, their eyes
light up. It's keeping their
attention that can get
tricky."
CDF is a Navy-wide Flag
Program designed not only
to bring awareness to stu-.
dents about the dangers of
drug and alcohol abuse, but
also the importance of mak-
ing good life decisions.
"We explain choices," said
SK1(AW) Kimberly Jefcoat,
CDF regional coordinator.
"Good choices and bad
choices. We want to make
sure students know the dif-
ference and that there are
consequences for every
choice we make in life."
Over the last school year,
several CDF presentations
were held in the Jackson-
ville area. REDCOM SE
staff members spoke during
Red Ribbon Week at Fle-
ming Island Elementary
School and formed a part-
nership to work continu-
ously with Andrew Robin-
son Elementary School.
"Our school was contact-
ed and we were happy to
get the ball rolling on the
program," said Eddie
Thompkins, the volunteer
coordinator for Andrew
Robinson.
"It's been incredibly well-
received and we're looking
forward to continuing our
partnership through the
next school year."
"It all seemed very well
organized and informative,"
agreed Randy Ashe, a third
grade teacher at Andrew
Robinson whose class
recently participated in
CDF. "The instructors were


elementary school
enthusiastic and the kids
really got into it."
Presenters use a variety
of means to teach the CDF
course, each one designed
to reach the maximum
amount of students.
"Every class is different.
You never know what kind
of reaction you're going to
get from the kids," said
CDF presenter PS1(AW)
Kit Tolliver.
Tutt agreed. "These kids
are brutally honest. It can
be a little intimidating, so
you have to be on your toes,
and get them involved.
Otherwise, they will call
you on it."
Techniques utilized in-
clude video presentations,
question and answering,
stories, and role-playing.
YN1 Danyelle Rowland,
another CDF presenter,
explained why the different
training tools were neces-
sary. "This isn't like when
you have to hold training
for your co-workers. These
aren't military. They're
kids. We can't just stand up
there and tell them drugs
are bad. They need to know
why they should stay away
and how to respond if
they're ever faced with
them."
"Each grade has a specific
program designed for their
age group," elaborated
Jefcoat.
"So the presentation we
give to first graders isn't
necessarily the same one
we give to fourth graders.
Kids today are so much
more aware of what's going
on in the world than in
years past. So it's impor-
tant we explain things to
them at the level they're
on"'
"The future of our coun-
try could be sitting in one
of these classrooms," said
Tolliver. "There could be a
future president, or con-
gressman, or senator, and
the right decisions they
make in life could spring
from the lasting impression
they got from us. So we,
need to make sure we get
through to them."
Thompkins agreed with
the importance of commu-
nicating with the students.


Photos byJO2 Nicholas Spinelli
YN1 Danyelle Rowland leads students in the Campaign Drug Free Oath, while SKI (AW) Kimberly Jefcoat passes out pledge


cards.
"Anytime we can bring
awareness at this young
age, it will carry through
for the rest of their lives.",
But according to Tutt, the
presentations don't just
help the student's future.
They can also help give the
children an immediate
boost of confidence. "You
see some of these kids," she
said, "and you can tell
they're shy or they don't
always want to participate.
But here they want to get
involved and answer ques-
tions. Those are the ones
you want to call on.
Because then they can
stand up and think, 'hey,
someone noticed me.'"
And while the school year
is winding down, Jefcoat
explained CDF plans are
just beginning. Summer
programs with camps and
youth groups are being for-
mulated and discussion is
already underway for the
next school year, including
more presentations at
Fleming Island Elementary
School and Andrew Rob-
inson Elementary School
and participation in the
area-wide Red Ribbon
Week campaign and pro-
grams set up at more
schools within the area.
"I'm a big fan of the pro-
gram and I'm glad to be a
part of it," concluded
Tolliver.
"Even if it wasn't offered
through the Navy, this is
still something I would
want to do."


SKI (AW)
Kimberly Jefcoat
leads students at
Andrew Robin-
son Elementary
through the
Campaign Drug
Free ABCs:
Always think, Be
a buddy,
Consider the
consequences.


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pledge to be "Drug Free For Life."


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VP-5 hosts guests




for annual reunion


By PHI(SW)
G Wade McKinnon
VP-5


V P-5 held their annu-
al reunion for ap-
proximately 80 for-
mer members of the com-
mand April 28. The event
kicked off with a briefing by
VP-5 Commanding Officer
Cmdr. William Johns.
"The P-3 community is
standing on the shoulders
of giants, and all of you here
today have set that stan-
dard. Antisubmarine war-
fare is still our mission
today. Only the U.S. Navy
can do it and no one else
can do it better than VP. It
remains the most difficult
mission, not just for VP, but
for everyone" said Johns.
He further explained
changes to the community
and the term "long dwell
asset" of the P-3, meaning
how the aircraft can main-
tain long patrol hours, a
highly desired battle asset
when the mission requires
it.
Johns spoke of the many
upgrades to the aircraft,
which are the reason, the
aircraft is still flying. One
such change is the over
land mission capabilities
that the P-3 is outfitted for
in today's Navy.
"There is always a new
group of decision-makers in


VP-5 Commanding Officer Cmdr. William Johns answers
questions from members of the 2006 VP-5 Reunion at
Hangar 1000 April 28. The group enjoyed a tour of the VP-5
hangar spaces, a P-3C Orion and sharing sea stories with VP-
5 Sailors after the brief.


Washington that question
P-3 viability. Not only are
we the platform of choice
and necessity for antisub-
marine warfare, the com-
mandant of the Marine
Corps has said 'the P-3 is
saving the lives of his
men,'" continued Johns.
The group of former "Mad
Foxes," asked many ques-
tions after the brief ranging
from crew assignments to
whether or not the squad-
ron would decommission in
the near future. The group
was very happy to learn
that VP-5 will remain an
active squadron.


After the brief, the
reunion members were
given a tour of the hangar
spaces and climbed aboard
a P-3C Orion.
David Smoot, a retired
firefighter from Cynthiana,
Ky. flew in the P-3A from
1968-1971 as an airman
radio operator.
"The Cold War was big
then. We tracked a sub all
the way from the Mediter-
ranean through the
Straights of Gibralter to
Cuba," he said. During the
tour, he asked to visit the
area where his avionics
shop once existed. There he


Photos by PHI G. Wade McKinnon
AMAN Daville Hawkins of VP-5, takes money as CSSN Ernesto Carvajal checks the inventory
as they sell VP-5 souvenirs to participants of the 2006 VP-5 Reunion.


shared a few sea stories and
laughs with VP-5 Sailors
and thanked them for their
time.
Charles Kuehnel from St.
Louis, Mo., retired as a lieu-
tenant in 1966 during the
transition from P-2's to P-
3's. "The P-3 is a lot differ-
ent, in the P-2's you could
not stand up straight. I
also remember we had a lot
of drills back then. During
one drill organized as a res-
cue party to get prisoners of
war, the Marines were
called in and no one
informed the Marines it
was a drill. I was captured
and the Marines were not
very gentle!" Kuehnel said
laughing. "I enjoy these
reunions, this is my second


one."
Rob Veresi from Provi-
dence, R.I. was a member of
the squadron from 1961 to
1964. He was an aviation
machinist's mate reciprocat-
ing engine mechanic second
class petty officer. "I retired


after 21 years and being at
VP-5 were the best years of
.my Navy career. The cama-
raderie was just so great,"
said Veresi.
All in all it was a reward-
ing day for both the former
and current Mad Foxes.


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CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


It's almost that time of year


again ... hurricane season
By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon -. if the situation wa
Pope reversed?
NAS Jax Chapel _. We shouldn't take an'


Here we go again, it
is almost hurricane
season. I have only
lived in Florida for three
years, but I quickly learned
how much things change
around here when June 1
rolls around. We start mak-
ing sure we have the neces-
sary emergency equipment,
and we start making plans
about what we are going to
do if the dreaded storm
arrives.
I must admit that this is
the one thing I don't like
about living here. I don't
like spending four months
waiting for something that
might or might not happen,
and then feeling "relieved"
when the storm hits some-
one else, and we are spared.
I was taught when I was
young that we can learn a
lesson from anything, so
here is what I have learned
from hurricanes:


Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
We have absolutely no
control over them, they are
a force far too big for us to
control or understand.
We ought to prepare our-
selves as if we are going to
be hit because we never can
know for sure where they
are going to strike.
We ought to do all we can
to help those who are hit by
a storm, wouldn't we want
them to do the same for us


thing or anyone for grant-
ed. I'll never forget the
image of the man in New
Orleans being interviewed
in the wake of Katrina last
year who tried to hold his
wife's hand during the
storm, but they were sepa-
rated, and he never found
her. His quote was "I've lost
everything . . I don't
know what to do .... I'm
lost."
The reality of storms
should make us value every
day we have more fully. Be
thankful for every gift and
blessing we have received.
Don't gripe about what
you don't have, be thankful
for what you do have.
Finally, be sure you are
prepared if a storm does
come, now is the time to get
ready, not when the storm
strikes . hmmm, almost
sounds like a sermon does-
n't it?


Frocking ceremony


as
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Photo by PH2 (AW/NAC) Lynn Friant
RPC(FMF/SW) Steven Crowder of the NAS Jax Chapel gets pinned with this senior chief
anchors by his son, Dillan during a frocking ceremony May 12 at the NAS Jax Chief's
Club. NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson spoke at the ceremony
stating, "This is not a reward for what you have done in the past. This is the Navy saying
we believe you have the potential to do bigger and better things. My hats off to you for
what you have done."


Three VS-32 'Maulers'

promoted to senior chief
By Lt. j. g. Colin Bernard
VS-32 PAO
When a naval unit initially begins their six-
month deployment, good news is normally in
very short supply. However, in the case of
the "Maulers" from VS-32, there was cause for early
celebration. Shortly after setting sail, word was
received that three of our chief petty officers, AMC
Douglas Hatten, ATC Grazyna Maklary, and AMC
Charles Bench had been promoted to senior chief.
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designed to distinguish them from their peers. When
the dust finally settled after they successfully negoti-
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top of a highly competitive class of senior enlisted
personnel.
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with VS-32, he has served in HS-27, VS-27, Naval Air
Technical Training Center Pensacola and VS-21. His
goal is to pass down his knowledge to the junior
chiefs, junior enlisted and junior officers.
Maklary came into the Navy from North Port, Fla.
via Springfield, Mass. She enlisted on April 7, 1987
and her previous commands include the Center for
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ByJ02 Amie Hunt
Navy Personnel Command
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For the first time in
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rotation policy is being
updated to better match
the Navy's billet base at sea
and on shore.
The updated policy, con-
tained in NavAdmin 130/
06, announces modifica-
tions to existing tour
lengths, which were last
revised in December 2001
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"Getting the correct sea/
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creating a future force,"said
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"We have been making
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2001 and does not take into
account the almost 19,600
enlisted shore duty billets
that have been pro-
grammed for elimination to
date."
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shore rotation working
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mine the optimal sea/shore
rotation in the Navy. Char-
tered by the Chief of Naval
Personnel, the group will


continue analyzing and
working on solutions to
ensure sea/shore rotations
match the needs of the fleet
forces and look at short and
long-term challenges with
the policy.
"As the force structure
changes, the sea component
has remained relatively
constant. So, reduction has
been taken on the shore
side of the house, as either
the work goes away or as
civilian positions are
brought online changing
the billet structure," said
Capt. George Taylor, direc-
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mand (NPC).
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emphasis was first placed
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duty and the front line
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tion force. Of these, 150 will
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sea duty time, with most
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increase more than 12
months. On average, sea
tour lengths for E5 to E9
will increase from 47
months to 51 months, while
shore tour lengths will
increase from 34 to 36
months.
"The billet base changes
over the last four years
have caused an imbalance
from a distribution of
assets perspective. This
sea/shore rotation will help
us ensure proper manning
at sea and allow us to bet-
ter align our billet base to


the mission," said Cmdr.
Tom Trotto, PERS 40 spe-
cial assistant at Navy
Personnel Command.
Sailors within their nine-
month window to negotiate
for orders will be able to
proceed with those orders.
NPC will adjust Sailor pro-
jected rotation dates based
on length of tour remain-
ing. Projected rotation
dates of February 2007 or
earlier will not be adjusted.
"Our first priority is to
properly man our sea duty
and froht line operational
unit," Harvey said.
Future updates from the
sea/shore rotation working
group will be provided as
the group continues work-
ing to better align fleet and
mission requirements while
providing more predictable
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NMCRS


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 classes
are available to all military personnel
and their. family members.
Participation of both parents is
encouraged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and
financial planner helps the expecting
parents prepare a budget for baby
from birth through college. He offers
money saving tips for buying baby's
first items such as furniture, car
seats, carriers and strollers,
Retirement planning for parents is
also discussed.


At the con-
clusion of mt`i
the class V:
each family 5 't.-.
is given "ba- ,
by's first sea :
bag", valued
at $100. The
sturdy can-
vas bag con-
tains a "
Gerber lay- r
ette and a
blanket knit-
ted by
NMCRS vol- -'
unteers.
The class-
es are held at NMCRS in Building 13
from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the first
Wednesday of leach month and from


Retiring Soon?
Or, Geting out ,itl ix ur more veari,'
Or, Guard or Re.eri e uiith 10 or mire e ears?
Or i )poi., of h[e a iule military members, "
America's Schools Need Quality Teachers
What: Teaching as a Second Career Seminar, learn aboul:
*Troops To Teachers Program'-
*Spouses to Teachers Program
.Considerations Prior Io a Career Transition
*Florida Certification Options
*Florida Teacher Certification Requirements
When: May 23, 10 a.m. noon
Where-Chapel Religious Education Hall Building 749
Call 542-25-1512475 toL register

STroops to Teachers & Spouses to Teachers i


OB Quest/classes offered at hospital
The following classes are available for new parents:
First Time Parents 8:30 -11:30 a.m. May 19
Experienced Parents 1:15 3 p.m. May 22
Classes are by appointment only. Please call 542-BABY (2229)
to schedule.


6-8 p.m. on the third Wednesday.
To register or for more information,
call 542-3515.


Friday & Saturday...


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fried shrimp, clams, prime rib, vegetables, breads & endless salad bar

plus much, much more!


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14 Jax Ar News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 18, 2006


NEX explains


gasoline pricing


and policy
From Nav Exchange providing authorized pa-
Command trons with articles and
services necessary for their
1. Why can't the health, comfort and conven-
Navy Exchange ience."
(NEX) offer more Q5. Why should I purch-
competitive prices on gas?
Al. It is our policy to See NEX GAS, Page 15
match the lowest competi-
tor in the trading area
where we do business. We
believe our prices are very
competitive in the majority
of the markets we operate.
The NEX retains no earn-
ings. All our profit is
returned s to the Sailor in
the form of dividend to
supporecent yeMWR(Morale, we've
Welfare & Recreation) of WITH THE PUR
Quality of Life programs FR E E
and capital improvementstore and ANY FULL SIZE
to our facilities to keep our F R E E
merchandise assortments propar
and presentations competi-
In recent years, we've
seen the penetrationof WITHTHE PUR(
large convenience store and ANY FULL SIZE
grocery chains and "big
box" retailers, who often Requires the exchange of an empty c
sell gasoline at cost to cre- through 5/21/06. See store for details
sell gasoline at cost to cre-
ate a low price image and .
stimulate customer traffic ------
in their other adjacent
retail outlets. As you know,
no retailer can stay in busi-
ness selling product at cost.- i'
When a retailer chooses I
to sell gasoline at or near
cost, they are charging i
higher prices on other retail
products- to subsidize this
practice. One exception to
this are wholesale. clubs i
who make their profit in
charging their customers a
membership fee, something '-
our authorized patrons do
not have to pay for the priv-
ilege of shopping the
exchange.
The NEX practices an
"Everyday Low Price" on all
retail products and services MANY MORE GRILLS"
we offer, gasoline is no
exception.
Q2. Why is gasoline taxed
at the NEX?
A2. Military-managed
gas stations are not
exempted from collecting
taxes. Specifically, in 1936,
Congress passed the
Hayden-Cartwright Act,
U.S. Code, Title 4, Section
104, "Tax on Motor Fuel
Sold on Military or Other Let's Build Somethi
Reservation," allows states
the ability to collect taxes
on motor fuels.. .
Q3. What is the NEX ,Z
gasoline pricing policy? OK
A3. In CONUS, the NEX PA
gas stations are required to
conduct a daily price survey
of market area competition. IF PAID N FU,.
Market area is defined as a On.ALL purchases of $299 orr
minimum of a three to five _'. -, oW .cnsumeCedt.'rd
mile radius of our location, ..,'. ,' .. .' ... i
although there are excep-
tions based on market size
where we may survey up to
Our stations are required PRESSURE WA
to match prices with the BRUSH KIT
lowest competition within Included with purchase of a
the local surveyed area. Powemate Duraframe" Press
arelal sueyAAFESd MCea. Washer #227827. $90 value.
Our stations, however by See store for details.
policy, are not allowed to
sell gasoline below our cost mi i,
without approval from NEX
Headquarters. mMHWa ^ }
Overseas, the NEX sur- now
veys fuel prices in the U.S.
and establishes a mark-up $329.
over cost, setting prices -32
comparatively with other was $359 :|
military exchanges in the 2550 PSI, 2.3 Gpm |
area (i.e., AAFES, MCX). Gas Pressure Washer
Pricing guidelines for mill- #188028
tary exchanges is contained MANY MORE PRESSURE WAS
in the Armed Services Ex-
change Regulations.
Q4. What is the Armed
Services Exchange Regula- t


A4. The Armed Services ,
Exchange Regulation, De- FE ER
apartment of Defense Direc- ,
tive 1330.9, states that
"merchandise and services ,'
sold through the military .S .'
exchange, whether by direct SPECIALVALUEB!
or concession, should be $497 $
priced in substantially uni- $ 5,000 sq. ft.
form manner at the lowest Sta-Green 5/8
practicable level, consistent Lawn Fertilizer Ho!
with the primary mission of #65149


Knitters

honored
NAS Jax Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Chairman of Volunteers Jennifer
S Flagge recognizes from left, Sabine Landry,
Helen Harms and Dolores Leisy for their
dedication to the NMCRS Layette Program
during a special luncheon May 10. Landry
Swas recognized for donating 15,857 hours
.,_of her time knitting items for the program,
Harms was honored for donating 18,525
Ihours and Leisy was recognized for donat-
- ing 23,691 hours. Each of the knitters from
oo/ the society were honored at the event.
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque


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CHASE OF
GAS GRILL
cylinder. Offer valid 5/18/06
s.


now,
$349
was $399
Four-Burner Gas Grill
#141116,


now
.99
was $569
Four Burner Split-Lid
Gas Grill *LP #25586
Four-Burner Gas Grill
*Natural Gas #225203 $569


TO CHOOSE FROM!

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ON SELECT
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PATIO
SETS See store for details.
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now Total price for 5-piece set includes
O4 four sling swivel bar stools and
3 | one L-shape party bar.*


was $378


FREE

$25 $200

gift card
By mail-in rebate with the purchase of
$199 or more on in-stock Riding Lawn
Mowers, Walk-Behind Lawn Mowers,
Zero-Turn Riders, and Tillers.
Offer valid 5/18/2006 through 5/21/2006.
See store.for details.
price range gift card
$199-$399 $25
$400-$599 $50 -'
$600-$999 $75 -
$1000-$1499 $100
$1500-$1999 $150
$2000 or more $200
Zero-Turn Riders also include a FREE
Troy-Bilt gas trimmer #218185 -
$124 value.**
"No substitutions.


Tahoe Party Bar Collection
*7-year limited frame warranty


May 1


ASK FOR ZERO
PAYMENTS&IN i aK:Sk I FOR
I2MONTHS
IF PAID IN FULL. WITHIN 12 MONTHS
on ANY Flooring
purchase of $299 or more.



10% OFF
Installed Carpet
+ FREE pad
10% off applies to carpet and installation when
purchased and installed by Lowe's. Free pad applies to 6 lb.
pad (#7774, 171537) on cut pile carpet and 7 lb. pad (#7866,
171539) for Berber carpet. Cannot be combined with any
other offers or applied to prior purchases** Offer valid now
through 5/24/06. See store for details.


HERS TO CHOOSE FROM






'ECIALVALUEI
ow
1998 was 2698
" x 150' Garden Plus
se #233888


-21


PAYMENTS&IN i maa FOR

12 IF PAID IN FULL WHIN 12 MONTH
on ANY Appliance
purchase of $299 or more.



FREE
next day local delivery
and haul-away
on major appliances via mail-in rebate.
Offer applies on major appliance purchases over $397 via
mail-in rebate. Offer valid now through 6/25/06. Additional fees
may apply for deliveries outside 20-mile local area. Rebate
values and additional charges may apply. See store for details.




FREE
$25 $150 gift card
Purchase an in-stock major appliance
of $297 or more and receive a free $25
to $150 Lowe's Gift Card via mail in
rebate.* Offer valid 4/20/06 through 5/29/06.
See store for details. *Exclusions may apply.
price range gift card
$297-$496 $25 1
$497-$746 $50
$747-$996 $75 $5I
$997-$1496 $100
$1497 or more $150


r9RISCONNETT
%APTIST (4URCH
S711 Wesconnett Blvd.
771-6068


For the Lowe's nearest you, call 1-800-993-4416 or visit us online at Lowes.com
Prices may vary after May 21 2006 if there are market variations "Was" prices in this advertisement were in effect on May 11, 2006. and may vary based on Lowe's Every Day Low Price policy See store for details regarding product warranties. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Tax
Credit Disclaimer: See your tax advisor for eligibility requirements. "Applies to single-receipt in-store purchases of $299 or more made 5/18/06 through 5/29/06 on a Lowe's consumer credit card account. No monthly payments wll be required and no finance charges will be assessed on this
promo purchase if you pay the following in full within 12 months: (1) the promo purchase amount, and (2) any related optional credit insurance/debt cancellation charges. If you do not. finance charges will be assessed on the promo purchase amount from the date of the purchase and month-
ly payments will be required, Standard account terms apply to non-promo purchases. APR is 21% (15 48% for purchases of $2.000 or more). M. finance charge is 1.00, Offer is subject to credit approval. Exct Business Accounts and ProjectCard. "No substutions 02006 by Lowe's. Al
rights reserved. Lowe's and the gable design are registered trademarks of LF. LLC. 60592-1
, 001106059211013,021,026,059,073,077,112,124 R1395
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n O Total price for 5-piece set includes
7 39" square tile top table and four
cushioned dining chairs.*
Seville Patio Collection
was $298 *5-year limited frame warranty
*Umbrella not included in price.
MANY MORE SETS TO CHOOSE FROM!


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NEX GAS: A Q


From Page 14
ase gasoline from the NEX?
A5. Your purchases at
the Navy Exchange, includ-
ing gasoline support the
quality of life on base.
Additional sales volume
helps with supplier pricing
and helps support opera-
tions and keeps the dollars
within the family. Also, we
provide the convenience of
being able to fill-up while on
base.
Q6. How does the NEX


buy gas?
A6. NEXCOM competi-
tively solicits gasoline from
distributors throughout
CONUS. Request for pro-
posals require suppliers bid
against an index of the Oil
Price Information Service
(OPIS) average.
The cost of gasoline
includes the OPIS index less
the supplier's discount.
Besides best cost, the
request for proposal lists
such "best value" criteria as
the discount for credit card


S aint rebates


r~ A


&A on gas
processing or pay at the (OPE'
pump fees, facility enhance- cuts,
ment and imaging, market- ducin
ing and co-op and volume increa
allowances, and to
Overseas, NEXCOM buys U.S.,
gasoline through the and
Defense Energy Supply upgra
Center (DESC). The
Q7. What causes gasoline and a
prices to fluctuate so high? envir
A7. Fuel prices increases drive]
in recent years have been comp
due in part to the prodi
Organization of Petroleum comp
Exporting Countries mult:


on ALL Olympic" Premium -
20 rb te Interior and Exterior Paints
2 re b ate S r.a e eba ....I.. -, .or, a a nq '0 ieba t n 5-galion comain '
on 5-gallon paints,'fra lrtilrpar Ca. ma'. Ofer alias ,Ot' _t29,06 '.
'. s tor e. sio for ,s,.rt.
purchase Ijnl ,- 5'p'l 5-al eflor Flat 1 -Gallon Interior FlatI
"'. -". :.'->' ,..#15085 .. .low'- ''' f#5902. :'_..
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$54 rebe 10 b92
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In a new low-odor formula.
N -, r I R E 25-year warranty.

$5 rebate
on 1-gallon
I" ~.FLAtT purchase

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YOURCHOICE
now

$698
was $998
A. Tru Built Fiberglass
Long-Handle Round-
Point Shovel #232352
B. Tru Built Fiberglass
Long-Handle Square
Point Shovel #232354
C. Tru Built" Welded


A.



B.


SPECIALVALUE!
$888
7/16" x 4' x 8' OSB
*Use for roof, wall or
subfloor #12212


prices
C) crude oil production
turmoil in key oil pro-
ig countries, an
ase in world demand,
oo few refineries in the
many that are very old
requiring extensive
ades and repairs.
e effects motor fuels
additives have'on our
ronment is another
r of gasoline prices. Oil
anies are required to
uce a variety of fuel
positions to satisfy a
itude of air quality


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detachable bl


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G.a..en Rak Tabletop Charcoal Grill ,Paver an/w.narcoa q
3t ee .*145 sq. in. cooking area -Chrome #51410
225 ^ wire cooking grid #234530


kickoff summer projects with



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4 days only! May 18 21

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FREE
GIFT
$50' CARD
with basic dishwasher
replacement installation
Buy any dlsrmasner over o 397 with
bamic i rallabon and get a free $50
LOWc'S r in cra artFermalli-irn Featl .
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now
$997
was $1617
2-Gallon
Tank Sprayer
#229295


Value twin pack
now
$297
was $427
NoPestP
Wasp and Hornet Killer
#195481

Value twin pack
$497
Cutter Backwoods
Unscented
Insect Repellent
#163463


nOW SPECIALVALUE!
$397
was $498
Zephyrhills Bonus Pack
#43383


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$38
6' Folding Table
*72" x 30" #124784


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PAYMENTS&IN i at SI F

12MONTH
IP PAID IN FULL WITHIN 12 MON
On all purchases of $299 or more made on yo
Lowe's Consumer Credit Card from 5/18/2006
through 5/29/2006. See store for details.


Playstar Legacy Ready-to-Assemble Kit
*Features 14 play activities *Lumber is precision cut, sanded and packaged
for easy assembly #213955 $740


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at the
standards in varying
graphical areas of t
In many areas, pri
metropolitan, the f
for gasoline changes
year to satisfy the s
air quality standards
Additionally, the E
mental Protection
(EPA) is now exerting
sure on oil compa
reduce the Sulfur con
motor fuels and in
states there is a n
shift from the po
human carcinogen,


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YEARS


to benefit

NMCRS
By Lt. Steve Bradfield
VP-30 PAO
his year's 15th annual
NMCRS Benefit Golf
Tournament will be
held May 25. The cost is $80,
which includes green and
cart fees. Outback Steak-
house is providing lunch.
"It's a great way to raise
money for a great charitable
organization," said
Tournament Director Lt.
Ryan Lilley of VP-30.
Last year's Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Golf Benefit was a
huge success. The
Jacksonville area NMCRS
Golf Benefit Committee
nearly doubled the 2004
effort by raising $60,000
through corporate generosi-
ty. All contributions benefit-
ed local Sailors and Ma-
rines at NAS Jacksonville,
NS Mayport and NSB Kings
Bay, Ga.
The NMCRS was founded
in World War II with a fed-
eral bond. The interest on
that bond pays for the oper-
ating expenses of the charity
today. Every penny donated
goes directly to the Sailors
and Marines in need of
financial assistance.


See GOLF, Page 21


For the Lowe's nearest you, call 1-800-993-4416 or visit us online at Lowes.com
Prices may vary after May 21. 2006 If there are market variations. "Was' prices In this advertisement were in effect on May 11, 2006, and may vary based on Lowe's Every Day Low Price policy. See store for details regarding product warranties. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Tax Credit
Disclaimer: See your tax advisor for eligibily requirements, 'Applies to single-receipt, in-store purchases of $299 or more made 5/18/06 through 5/29/06 on a Lowe's consumer credit card account. No monthly payments will be required and no finance charges will be assessed on this promo
purchase if you pay the following in full within 12 months: (1) the promo purchase amount. and (2) any related optional credit insurance/debt cancellation charges. If you do not, finance charges will be assessed on the promo purchase amount from the date of the purchase and monthly payments
will e required. Standard account terms apply to non-p o purchases. APR is 21% (1548% for purchases of $2,000 or more) M. finance charge is $1.00. Offer is subject to credit approval. Excl. Business Accounts and ProjectCard. 2006 by Lowe's. All rights reserved Lowe's and the
gable design are registered trademarks of LF, LLC. 60592
001/060592/021
,1 R096219


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SPECIALVALUEI
now
$5996

was $7994
12-Gallon Wet/Dry
Vacuum with 250 "
MPH Detachable
Blower
#133439


15% OFF
Bali Natural Shades


SPECIALVALUE1 -
now ,t /


was s139
18-Volt 5-Piece Cordless Combo Kit
*Kit includes drill, circular saw, hand vac, light, stud sensor, case and 2 batteries #237340


I-


Exchange
ng geo- Tertiary Butyl Ether, to
he U.S. ethanol as an additive to
imarily gasoline. The variety of
formula environmental regulations
twice a and supply challenges the
seasonal volatility of fuel prices.
i. Q8. Why do gasoline
Inviron- prices differ by region?
Agency A8. According to the
ig pres- Department of Energy's
nies to Energy Information Admini-
ntent in station, the following vari-
a many ables affect the price of
need to gasoline:
tential Proximity of Supply -
Methyl Areas furthest from the
Gulf Coast (the heart of the
U.S. oil industry) tend to
have higher prices due to
shipping costs (pipeline or
waterborne) from refinery to
^ market.
Supply disruptions Any
event which slows or stops
the production of gasoline,
such as a planned or
unplanned refinery mainte-
nance can prompt bidding
for available supplies. If the
transportation system can-
not support the flow of sur-
plus supplies from one
region to another, prices will
be comparatively higher.
We saw this directly after
Hurricane Katrina struck.
Competition in the local
market Competition differ-
ences can be substantial
.e ^ between localities with only
-i a few gas stations versus
one with a large number of
stations. Consumers in
remote areas may face a
trade-off between higher
prices and the inconven-
ience of driving a greater
power distance to find a lower-
priced alternative.
Taxes State and local
taxes on gasoline differ
between states.
// / Q9. How profitable is
. gasoline for the NEX?
I(/, A9. The performance his-
I tory for the past three years
shows for each dollar in
gasoline sales the NEX
earned after expenses 3.3
cents on the dollar. While
low, these profits are neces-
sary t6 continue operating a
benefit to the Sailor in the
form of a dividend to sup-
port MWR Quality of Life
)Programs and capital
improvements to our facili-
ties. Return of profits to our
customers is core to the
OR Navy exchange system's
S mission and culture.
Additional information
ITHS* about fuel pricing and poli-
ur cies are available at the fol-
lowing Web sites: www.eia.
doe.gov and www.energy.
gov. For information about
the NEX, visit: www.navy-
nex.com.

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Pt.
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THIS WEEKEND!



New homes ready for move-in. Incredible values.

Amazing upgrades included. One weekend to see it all.


Saturday, May 20 and Sunday, May 21, 9am-8pm


The biggest homebuying event of the season is here! KB Home is holding open houses at 20 new homes
ready for move-in. That's right, not model homes, but homes you can own today. Tour as many homes as
you like and check out the amazing features already built in, including:


- brand-name appliances
* upgraded carpeting and tile flooring


* 9-footceilings :
'*~gourmet kitchens


* extended covered patio
* maple and oak cabinet


10 GREAT NEIGHBORHOODS THROUGHOUT JACKSONVILLEI,


WEST JAX Adams Lake
From 1-295, exit Normandy Blvd. heading west approx.
5.5 mi. to community on right, just past Chaffee Rd.
(904) 378-2710
2543 Britney Lakes Drive $331,000
3,599sq.ft., 5 bdrms., 3 baths, loft and 3-cargarage.
Sprinkler system, 9-foot first-floor knockdown
ceilings, rounded drywall corners, upgraded
kitchen cabinets, wood blinds throughout and
upgraded master bath.

NORTHEAST JAX Dunn's Creek
Plantation
From 1-95, take 9A south and exit Pulaski Rd. heading
north to community on right. (904) 751-1274
1424 Dunns Lake Drive $309,208
3,418 sq. ft., 5 bdrms., 2.5 baths and loft. Covered
patio, fireplace with media niche in family room,
laundry room with cabinets and upgraded master
bath.
12287 Deersong Drive $308,866
2,851 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2.5 baths and loft. Covered
patio, 9-foot first-floor ceilings, 8-foot second-floor
ceilings, oak stair rails, alarm system, surround sound
pre-wiring, upgraded A/C, upgraded cabinets,
Corian solid surface countertops, step ceiling in
master bedroom and upgraded master bath.
12275 Deersong Drive $264,488
2,242 sq. ft., 4 bdrms. and 2 baths.Volume ceilings,
alarm system, upgraded kitchen cabinets and
solid surface countertops, tray ceiling in master
bedroom and upgraded master bath.

NORTHEAST JAX Cedar Glen
From 1-95, take 9A south and exit Alta Dr. heading
north approx. 2 mi. Right on New Berlin Rd. Bear left at
fork in road to community on left. (904) 591-7119
3900 Marsh Bluff Drive $320,000
2,203 sq. ft., 4 bdrms. and 2 baths. Extended
covered patio, upgraded cabinets and solid
surface countertops, kitchen island and step
ceiling in master bedroom.


3841 Cedar Bluff Lane $403,174
3,398 sq. ft., 4 bdrms., 3 baths and loft. Sprinkler
system, extended patio, 9-foot first-floor ceilings,
kitchen island, upgraded cabinets, granite
countertops and bay window with sliders in
dining room.

SOUTHEAST JAX Villages of
Summer Lakes
From J.Turner Butler, exit Southside Blvd heading north
approx. 4 mi. Left on Ivey Rd. and immediate right onto
access road to community on left. (904) 725-2125
2332 Sunset Bluff Drive $195,990
1,512 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2.5 baths and attached 1-
car garage. Kitchen island, step ceiling in master
bedroom and upgraded master bath.
2346 Sunset Bluff Drive $195,990
1,597 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2.5 baths and attached
1-car garage. Kitchen island, upgraded range,
dishwasher and microwave and step ceiling in
master bedroom.
3334 Sunset Bluff Drive $180,400
1,399 sq. ft., 2 bdrms., 2.5 baths, den and attached
1-car garage. French doors in den, recessed
lighting in kitchen and upgraded master bath.

ST. AUGUSTINE Florentine
From 1-95, exit CR 210 heading east. Right on US 1 to
community on left. (904) 819-6604
745 Rembrandt Avenue $269,990
2,208 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2.5 baths and loft. 9-foot
first-floor ceilings, upgraded kitchen cabinets, bay
window with slider in dining room, tray ceiling in
master bedroom and upgraded master bath.


ST. AUGUSTINE Samara Lakes
From 1-95, exit International Golf Pkwy. heading west
3.5 mi. to community on left, .4 mi. past The King & The
Bear. (904) 940-0146
1171 Nochaway Drive $313,990
3,138 sq. ft., 4 bdrms., 2.5 baths and den. Extended
patio, 9-foot ceilings, upgraded A/C, gas fireplace,
oak stair rail, security system, wood blinds through-.
out and solid surface kitchen countertops.
328 Bostwick Circle $253,990
2,478 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2.5 baths and loft. Covered
patio, 9-foot first-floor ceilings, rounded drywall
corners, kitchen with island and upgraded
kitchen cabinets, tray ceiling in master bedroom
and upgraded master bath.
372 Bostwick Circle $263,990
2,478 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2.5 baths and loft. Covered
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From Staff
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offer its Fleet Seminar Program in
the Jacksonville area. This academic year
(August 2006 May 2007), Joint Maritime
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and Strategy and Policy will be offered in
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4'o a major degree, the course of study fol-
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ro command and staff in Newport, R.I.
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mately 35 weeks). Each seminar is led by


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a loan basis, and there is no tuition charge.
Enrollment is open to USN/USMC/
USCG 03 or above, USA/USAF 04 or
above, or Department of Defense GS-11 or
above. All applicants must possess a bac-
calaureate degree.
Call Professor Dave Fay at 317-7902 or
e-mail dfay@lsijax.com for more informa-
tion. Applications are on-line at http://cde.
nwc.navy.mil. Applications are due by
June 30, 2006.


:FFSC offers educational and support programs


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
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.
The following workshops
are available in May and
June:
May 22-25, 7:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. Transition As-
sistance Program (Retir-
ing)
May 23, 9 a.m. to noon
Stress Management
Workshop
May 30, 9 a.m. to noon
Anger Management
Workshop
June 12-15, 7:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. Transition As-
Ssistance Program (Sepa-
rating)
SJune 13, 9 a.m. to noon
Stress Management
June 26-29, 7:30 a.m. to


4 p.m. Transition As- Anger Management
distance Program (Retir- For further information
ing) or to register, call 542-2766,
June 27, 9 a.m. to noon Ext. 127.

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JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 18, 2006 19


Opera comes o

WAST~ e^acksiovi11e


By LI1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Staff Writer
he Orlando Opera and the
National Endowment for
the Arts, as a part of the
Great American Voices Military
Base Tour, performed the Opera
Extravaganza Dinner Show at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club May 12.
After Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
started the night with his opening
remarks, the guests were treated
to a catered dinner and a lively
display of vocal talent by the ani-
mated performers of the Orlando
Opera Company. The performance
was made up of a large variety of
music ranging from opera to
Broadway classics.
Opera Specialist Georgianna
Paul from The National Endow-
ments for, the Arts commented on
the purpose of the evening's musi-
cal performance. "The initiative is
sponsored by the Boeing Company
and coordinated by the National
Endowment for the Arts," she
said. "There are 24 opera compa-
nies that are touring the country
to 39 military installations. The
program was put into action to
bring the best of the arts to serv-
ice members and their families.",
Boeing representative and F/A-
18 Project Manager Jeffery Ross
was on hand to enjoy the show as
well. "Boeing provides aircraft to
the military and we support the
warfighter in every aspect of who
they are, not only while in the
fight but also during recreation.
We think it's important to show
our support to their families as
well," said Ross. "Boeing cares and
is proud to support them by being
able to help make productions like
this available to service members
and their families. We are grate-
ful to the military for what they
do every day for our nation and
this is our way to show it."
The Great American Voices
Military Base Tour not only pro-


Photo by PH2(AW/NAC) Lynn Friant
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson thanks guests
for coming to a production of Hansel and Gretel at Venetia Elementary
School May 12. "I just wanted to come out today to thank this great and
talented group. I learned a lot and it is interesting to see a story that we
all know performed this way," he said. Members from The Orlando Opera
Company, as part of Great American Voices Military Base Tour, performed
the show along with 14 children from the school.


vides an evening show catered to
adults, but they also take part in
many types of community out-
reach programs that help to edu-
cate children of military commu-
nities on the arts. Through these
programs, singers present work-
shops at local schools and commu-
nity centers to enhance under-
standing and appreciation of
music. Prior to the performance
Friday evening, the singers of The
Orlando Opera Company took the
afternoon to perform and educate
the students of Venetia Elemen-
tary School.
"The Orlando Opera Company
performed for more than 400 stu-
dents today at Venetia
Elementary School. It was a very
interactive performance and the
children, in many cases received,
their first experience to opera and
musical performance today," Paul


stated. "I was fascinated by the
.interest the children showed and
that really made my heart sing."
"In my opinion, no matter what
your political or social views
about the situation overseas may
be, to be around the people who
are actually giving up their time
and their lives to serve our coun-
try is a complete honor," added
Resident Artist Craig Irvin, who
is the bass voice for the produc-
tion.
The company seemed to have
succeeded in providing an enjoy-
able time for guests of all ages.
Sgt. Angus Macvicar of the Army
Reserve 345th Combat Support
Unit, Naval Hospital Jacksonville
and his wife, Marsha were out
enjoying a romantic evening
together prior to his flight out of
the country for military training
the following morning. "MWR


Photo s by LI1(SW) Heather Ewton
Marcy Richardson and Craig Irvin perform a duet during the Opera
Extravaganza Dinner Show.


events have always succeeded in
meeting our expectations. This
particular event is geared more
toward adults and it is a nice
change of pace. It was nice to
spend some quality time with my
wife and we are truly enjoying


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S Company, as
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"I'm having a great time and
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20 laxAll News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 18, 2006


Pro bowling tour


By 01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
N AS Jacksonville
hosted the Profes-
sional Bowlers As-
sociation (PBA) South
Regional NAS Jacksonville
Open Bowling Tournament
May 13 and 14 at Freedom
Lanes. The tournament fea-
tured 120 professional
bowlers competing for a
$25,000 purse.
"This is the third year in
a row and fourth overall
that we've hosted the tour-
nament," said NAS Jack-
sonville Morale, Welfare
and Recreation (MWR)
Food. Beverage and Bowl-


ing Manager John Duncan.
"It gives our patrons the
opportunity to meet
bowlers from the pro tour
and see them in action.
This is a positive experi-
ence for Sailors and their
families as well as great
entertainment value."
Many enjoyed the hospi-
tality extended to them by'
NAS Jax and the Freedom
Lanes staff. PBA Tour
Bowler Adam Mayo enjoyed
the atmosphere at Freedom
Lanes. "The service mem-
bers have a very nice bowl-
ing center here," said Mayo,
who is in his first year on
the tour. "NAS Jacksonville


Photos by]01 Mike England
Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Player Adam Mayo
practices for the PBA South Regional NAS Jacksonville
Bowling Tournament at Freedom Lanes Mayl2.


has been a great host and I
look forward to coming
back here next year."
While the tournament
featured more than 100
professional bowlers com-
peting for a cash prize,
there was one bowler play-
ing for more than money.
ETC(SS) Jeff Long, the
communications. officer at
the Strategic Weapons
Facility Kings Bay, Ga., got
the chance to ,compete in
the PBA event by winning
a tournament qualifier. The
20-year Navy veteran has
played on the All-Navy
Bowling Team seven, out of
the last 12 years. The only
reason he didn't make the
team the other five years
was because he was out at
sea. Long said that bowling
has been a part of his life
for more than 20 years., "I
started getting serious
about bowling when I was
20," Long said. "I would
bowl several times a week.
By the time I joined the
Navy at 26, my average
was over 200."
Long continued to bowl
throughout his career.
However, lengthy stretches
at sea aboard submarines
often times made bowling
.an afterthought. "I would
bowl while in port, but it
was tough staying sharp
while being on sea duty." So
how did Long feel about
bowling against some of the
best bowlers in the world?


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Many NAS Jax bowlers
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to the tournament May 5.
"During the pro-am, one
pro bowler was assigned to
each lane. They moved from
lane to lane throughout the
tournament so everyone got
the chance to bowl with all
of the players," Duncan
stated.
Duncan also said that the
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Sailors to learn more about
what MWR has to, offer
them. "This is just one of
the. many fun, low-cost
events Freedom Lanes and
MWR offers its patrons,"
Duncan said.
Numerous bowling spe-
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Freedom Lanes throughout
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1 p.m., dollar night on
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p.m., extreme. bowling
every Saturday from 9 p.m.
to midnight and family day
specials each Sunday from
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The bowl-
ing center also offers dis-
counts for group functions
and catering either from
the snack bar or The Zone.
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Open Tournament at NAS Jacksonville's Freedom Lanes.


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11 a.m. to 10 a.m.,
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laxAIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 18, 2006 21


NAS Jacksonville Sailor of the Quarter Honorees


The following Sailors of the Quarter were
honored during the NAS Jacksonville Sailor of
the Quarter Luncheon at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club May 10: ,.
NAS Jacksonville
GM1(SW) Sean Holmes
ET2 (SW) Robert Jaindl
AC3 Russell Neesham
ACAN Robert Street

HS-15
AM1(AW) Jamie Aveytiaramirez
AW2(AW) Derek Edstrom
AEAN Michael Ayers

Fleet Aviation Specialized
Training Group. Atlantic
AW1(AW/NAC) Gregg Bertrand

HS-75
YN1 Natarsha Bell
AM2 Shanna O'Neil
AD2 Kenneth Neville
AW3 John Damron

Naval Reserve Readiness
Command Southeast
SKI(AW) Kimberly Jefcoat
PS2 Latarsch Williams

VS-31
AT1(AW/SW) Yunior Nunez
AZ2(AW) Akshyae Rana
AOAN James Simmons
AN Tameka Limehouse

Navy Search and Rescue School


HM2(NAC) Brian Tremain


Fleet Area Control and Surveillance
Facility, Jacksonville
AC1(AW) Johnny Hill
OS3 Tiffany Rebant

Personnel Support Detachment,
Jacksonville
PS1 Ivan Martinez
PS2 Joseph Cavins
PS3 Naomi Molina

VP-5
AM1(AW/NAC) Alfred Wilson
CS3(SW) Larry Norwood
AM2(AW) Ronny Smith

VP-16
AS1(AW) Kerry Calloway
AD2(AW) Steven Trusty
AT3 Jarrett Reeves

Aviation Support Detachment
SK1(SW) David Rivera
SK2(AW/SW) Daisy Coates
SKSN Rocky Esquivel

Construction Battalion
Maintenance Unit 202
BU1 Jodi Murphy
CMCN Charles Diss

Naval Atlantic Meteorology and
Oceanography Command. Jacksonville
AGI(SW) Kimberly Linsley
AG2(AW/SW) Jesus Navarro


Naval Operational Support Center
Jacksonville
HM1 Jacen Mapes
YN2 Ramon Rinkin
PS3 Dawn Stewart

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AW1(AW/SW) Derrick Noel
BM2(SW) Brandon Griffin


Branch Medical Clinic
SK1(SW) Maurice Campbell
HN Michelle Becher
HM2 Travis Salazar

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ET2 Victor Cruz

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Naval Hospital Jacksonville
HN Oliver Colombine
CS2 Sonny Lalatag
HM1 Lasha-Wanna Loritts

Patrol And Reconnaissance Wing Eleven
YN1 Robert Farley
SK2(SW) Lucas Anderson
IT1(AW) Ronald Pubal
ET2 Stephen Smith

VP-45
AO1 Paul Bounds
AZ2 Antonio Johnson

VP-62
AE1 Everette Evens
AW2 Jonathan Heckathorn
AO1 Jose Vergero-Tiru
AM2 Eric Larson

Naval Air Depot
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IT3 Sammie Swancy

VS-22
AD1(AW) Michael Wright
PS2(AW) Leslie Meredith

Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance


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SK1 Veronica Bennett
AS2 William Yarina
AM2 Ronald Reichenbach
AE3 Julemarie Vegavelez
AM3 Henry Omoerigbe
AEAN Jeremiah Downes

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patrol and reconnaissance (MPR) as a force
multiplier second to none.
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as improved extended echo ranging, to be
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From Page 15 defend the country.
Anyone interested in helping with the :;
There are not too many charities that planning for this year's event or playing in
have their annual expenses covered so that the tournament, can contact Lilley at 542-
100 percent of the charitable donations go 5397.
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For more information call 542-2930.
Swim Lesson Registration Outdoor Pool
Saturday, 8 a.m.
Classes available for infants to adults.
$30 for military, $35 for Department of Defense.

Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 includes all classroom materials and use of mari-
na sailboats and safety equipment.
Tuesday/Thursday Classes May 23, 25 and 30, June 1
Weekend Classes June 2, 3, 4, 17, 18

Power Boat Training Class
$50, Includes all classroom materials and use of marina
motorboats
July 22-23

Free kayak and canoe rental on Thursday's for active-duty.

For more information, call 542-3493.
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included)
Xtreme Bowling
Every Saturday night
9 p.m. midnight
Enjoy an evening of glow in the dark bowling with light
show and music!

Family Day
Every Sunday
11 a.m. 4 p.m.
Two games, shoes and soft drink for $5

Dollar Bowling
Every Wednesday
Includes shoe rental
6-10 p.m.

Call 542-3521 for more information.

BINGO
Lunch BINGO Monday Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Evening BINGO Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday night is paper only night!
Win cash!

Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday at. 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!


File photo
Water Safety Instructor Rachel Grimes gives Level 1 swim les-
sons to Dane LaRocque, Olivia Kanobroski, Jonathan Walls
and Norah Burns at the NAS Jax Outdoor Pool last year.
Signups for this year's swim lessons start Saturday at 8 a.m.
For more information, call 542-3720.
Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday
7:30 p.m. until close

For more information on fitness and athletics, call 542-
3518/3229.
12-Week Summer Slim Down Challenge
June 19 Sept. 8
12 week, 36-workout challenge
Prizes awarded!

For more information about I.T T trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.
Jacksonville Sun's tickets available for purchase at
the I.T.T. office
Homeplate box seat $9.50
Reserved seat $6.50
General admission $3.50
Sun's Salute to the Military Nights May 20, June 11,
July 7 and Aug. 10.
Orlando Shopping Trip
July 8
$20/person
Sign-up by July 5 or until filled.
Visit the Millennium Mall and Premium Outlets.
A Day of Beauty in Gainesville
Visit the Kanapaha Gardens, The Matheson House,
The Butterfly Rainforest, and Harm Museum of Art!
$28/person

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.


Comedy Zone Trip
Tonight
Free appetizers and admission.

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Concert
May 29
$50, includes ticket, and transportation.

White Water Rafting Trip
June 23-25
On the Ocoee River in Tennessee
$100/person
Includes rafting tickets, one lunch, lodging and trans-
portation.

Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. King Kong (PG-13)
May 26, 7 p.m. Tristan and Isolde (PG-13)
May 27, 5 p.m. Hoodwinked (PG-13)
June 2, 7 p.m. Big Momma's House (PG-13)
June 9, 7 p.m. The Date Movie (PG-13)
June 10, 5 p.m. Nanny Mcphee (PG)
June 10, 7 p.m. The Pink Panther (PG)

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 green fees! Cart fee only!
Tuesday for active duty.
May 25 for retirees and Department of Defense personnel.

Professional Golfer's Association free lesson month.
Select professional staff will be offering complimentary
10-15 minute lessons.
Every Wednesday in May, 11 a.m. 4 p.m.

The "One Club" Scramble
July 3, 1 p.m.
$35/person Military/Department of Defense
$45/person civilian guest
Includes range balls, golf, tee gift, complimentary round
of golf, food following play, and prize purse.

Call 777-8549 for more information.


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There are plenty of oppor-
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take part in these events
and enjoy a day on the
water.
The following regattas
are planned for this year:
Armed Forces Day Regat-
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starts at 9 a.m., a captain's
meeting will be held at
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Anyone who would like to
be part of these events can
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
? Golf league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists. All interested personnel
should contact the base gym to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Basketball league
meeting planned
The Greybeard and Intramural Basketball
League meetings will be held May 24 at 11:30
, a.m. and noon at the Building 850 Conference
Room. The Greybeard League is open to all NAS
Jax active duty, command Department of Defense
personnel and selective reservists age 30 and up.
All interested personnel should attend the meet-
ing to discuss rules and to get the required paper-
work to join the league.
Flag football meeting slated
A Captain's Cup Flag Football meeting will be
held June 7 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 repre-


sentative attend the meeting will receive five cap-
tain's cup points. All interested personnel should
attend the meeting to discuss rules and to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
Racquetball tournament
coming up
A men and women's open racquetball tourna-
ment will be held June 26-30 at 5 p.m. at the base
gym. The tournament is open to all NAS Jax
authorized gym patrons over 18. There will be a
men and women's division. Awards will be given
to the winners of each division. Call NAS Jax
Athletics to sign up by June 20.
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 pro-
vided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete
in a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one of top
10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in a
sanctioned race and your time meets the regional
qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.


Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run,
40K bike
For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at
542-2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or
visit www.nasjax.navy.miL

Sand Volleyball Standings
As of May 12
Team Wins Losses
GEMD Alpha 10 1
VP-62 9 2
CNATTU (1) 6 4
CNATTU (2) 6 5
AIMD(1) 5 5
AIMD(2) 4 6
GEMD Bravo 4 6
SRSS 1 6
SERCC 1 8
Greybeard Softball Standings


Team
CSCWL
VP-30
VP-62
CNATTU
AIMD


As of May 12
Wins Losses
12 0
10 2


Intramural Soccer Standings


Team
VP-45
Naval Hospital


As of May 12
Wins Losses Ties
5 0 2
6 1 1


VP-30 O's 5 3 0
VS-31 1 3 2
AIMD 3 4 1
VS-22 0 1 0
VP-30 E's 0 5 2
Intramural Softball Standings
As of May 12
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 Staff 15 2
NAVAIR 12 2
VP-45 13 3
Naval Hospital 10 4
VP-62/NAR 10 4
AIMD 500 11 5
VP-5 10 5
HS-75 11 6
VP-16 9 6
FACSFAC 10 7
HS-3 4 3
VS-24 5 6
FANG 5 8
VP-30 Blue 8 9
PSD 4 11
AIMD 650 2 14
SERCC 1 15
VP-30 Gold 1 16
Women's Softball Final Standings
Team Wins Losses
Lady Divas 6 0
TPU 3 3
VP-16 2 4
Naval Hospital 1 5


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
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
#300 meetings are held the sec-
; ond Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has serv-
ice 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 informa-
tion, 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 clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to


attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club
is a members only club open to
all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired
Department of Defense civil-
ians. For more information, call
778-0805 or email com-
modore @ njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7
p.m. at The Country Cabin
restaurant located on Blanding
Boulevard. This organization is
open to any single, divorced,
separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For
more information, please check
out our Web site at www.pwpn-
florida.comr or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second
Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Moms and
children are welcome at all
activities. For information con-
tact Nicole Lopez at 504-
6016 or go to
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 Slteckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also .visit
www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy


Banks at 542-7748.
The 'Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
.Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in,
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fl1x.org.
Several youth fishing der-
bies will be held throughout the
city of Jacksonville. The follow-
ing are the days, times and
locations: June 3, 9 a.m. to noon
at Hanna Park and Aug. 19, 9
a.m. to noon at Oceanway Park.
A youth fishing tournament 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 Jacksonville
Genealogical Society will hold
their monthly meeting Saturday
at 1:30 p.m. at the Webb-
Wesconnett Library, 6887 103rd
Street. For more information,
contact Mary Chauncey at 781-
9300.
The World War II Military
Soldiers Show will be held May
27 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
May 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Fort Clinch State Park in
Fernandina Beach, Fla. For
more information, call Frank
Ryczek at (904) 262-7942.
The, Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through September.


Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
6025.


Members of the Veteran
315th Bomb Wing and their
families will return once again to
Guam in honor of those past
and present, this summer for
the Last Mission Reunion Tour,
Aug. 13-19. Interested parties
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6210 US 1 N. (St. Johns Co.)
15 mi. S. of Avenues Mall
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28 cars, trucks, vans, travel
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g Amelia Island 300 Ortega
2003, 4/2. 2211sf, AVONDALE OPEN HOUSE
Snoolhome FLora (sat 2-4 & Sun 1-3)
IparkeSubdivislon, 1842 Ingleside Ave.
minutes from 2br/2ba $399,900
Kingsbay Sub Base adn
airport. Full stucco, BEST MOHTERS DAY GIFT
privacy fence, Ig con- 1649 Mayvlew in FAIR-
servation lot, with In FAX MANOR 3/2 hwfirs,
ground pool. All appll- new: kit clawfoot tub
ancesandshed air, roof, elec. big lot
Included. Too many $349,900. 904-642-1003
upgrades to list. PCS
soon Must Seen! $319K FSBO-3br/2ba, 1714sf
neg. WatsonRealty 4348 Irvington Ave
800-39-4517 OPEN HOUSE $299K
SFLEMING ISLAND 5/13 & 5/14 lpm-4pm
3/2.5, 1817sflike 389-8197 or 994-0099
| new condo, illed FSBO/LEASE TO OWN
entrance, eat-In Must see, Updated
kItchen, family room, Bungalow' 2/1+bonuS
living/dining combo, rm, hdwd firs, new kit &
Irge master suIte, 2 bath, prime location
walk in closets, loft, 904-3182592/509-1176
immaculate, $222,500, 305
Contact Assist 2 ell. 305 se
904-389-2274 ____ __
300 Avondale/ 100% FINANCING
ta Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest
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DEERCREEK CC, 5/4.5,
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#20604126. $690K.
904.343- 2853/955- 3649
E. HAMPTON FSBO. 5/3,
Irg upstairs suite +
bonus, 3200+SF 8646
Ethans Glen Terr.
$527,900 904-519-5068
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TOWN CENTER-TH, on the
water, in Brlghtwater,
1750sf, Bit in '03, $229,900.
591-1720

306 Intracoastal
FSBO/ISLE OF PALMS
Charming Brick updated
home. 3/2+sunrm, new
kit & bath, fpl, gar, fncd
yd, close to bch. $280K.
904-318- 2592/509-1176
n Harbor Winds-
SYork Harbor Dr.
[ L Spacious 3/2 home
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nook, family room,
formal living & dining
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yard w/ Irrigation sys-
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306 Intracoastal
JOHN'S CRK on natural
preserve, 2085SF, 3/2,
numerous upgrades
$369,900. 904- 2233211
JTB/KERNAN -Gorgeous
4br/2ba 1800sf new cpt,
pnt. fplc. Great Floor
Plan, Must See, $269,900
463-4357
SELLER TO PAY $3K
TOWARD CLOSING COST!
3br/2ba in Kensington,
1952sqft, 15 min. to
Mayport nr bch/ shops
/schools. Cust tile, Irg
mast/Bdr, sep. shower,
upgrades, well/sprk,
alarm, Irg. yard, home
warranty. Comm/pool,
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CARRIAGE CROSSING 4/2,
culdesac, 1828 sf fmrl
DR, fp, 4410 Lacewing
Ct. $254,900 Ph. 910-1248
FSBO 3 year, 1648sf 3/2
stucco. 42' cabinets w/
lights, appliances,
sprinkler sys extras.
Convenient location
$249,900. 904-571-1288
NEWLY BLT 2800SF 4/3,
Irg game rm, Irg study.
exc schools seller
pay$SK closing cost
$399K neg. 9108778
SECLUDED MANDARIN
HOME -on Julington
River Tributary. 2stry,
3/3, huge master, suite
w/snrm, ride by 12920
Fernbank Ln. by appt
only. $499,900 Callowner
662-2424

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Town/State Homes Acreaged_420_Ufurnished
Desirable Ocean cay AoC oFleming Isl Rivervlew FAMTING ARLINGTON The Oaks,H3yrs od S'SID/The Woods 3/Z
Desirable Ocean Cay GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC LAND/HOME PACKAGES aI0' SesRMLAND&HU3/2.51429 sf, w/d, te, ALBC ys old S 'I DE uWoods32,
B l 4 4K 372.5 2648100 A swift stream enhances 24 YRS EXP. $ODWN. HOMES Rd $145K nego. PROPERTIES -in Middle wdf/, 1en4 y ts 3BR/2.SBA. tile., hwd firs fncdyd, sunrm,pool.
2925 Antigua Dr. e aut35o696 GSmallandaar e w $900. (Spm)f904n 318e .0357 2 car gar, $1250mo + tennis, club hse, AI Blvd.
this heavily wooded JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET tracts aval. 478-94 9 07 dep. Dan 904.9237833 $1300m. 207-592-0912
Real Estate EXTREMLEY NICE and 5.63 acre. Fawn RidgeONE-ACRE LOT Real Estate BARTRAM PARK-short BEACHES -Ati. Bch. 316 A, SS-Lantana Lakes,
spacious 4-BEDROOM. home site-$96K. Cal LAND HOME PACKAGE ith Well, Investment 3/2.52 car t 4th St3/25 g 2600sf Sub 3/2,2car
or Sale 2-BATH home, great owner 800-521-6788 or 3/2 Double Wide Septic, & Pole Properties r en gar new,94-610-8018 TH w/gar 2blks to bch, sec.syssprink
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2Geogia ontiesside andout- MTNLOT:ETN, 2. s, $9d810 own.$749 Mo. 904 282,5449 38.752 07B 14 1531 LOGAN ST 3br/lba, Furnished 1AY0ADWS A, /2 BLANDIN-/OPW-New/T2H w/2-t9160072f
294Fernandina/ side. Travertine marble good roads. conv. near Save Thousands! 100Osf htd Wd frame, 4'Sipartments n .02Sfmp all oc WD, 3/ oft, sf,
Amelialsland f doors nk thn, foye 140 city wateravailable CALL(904)291.2735 PUTNAMCO. Asking 23,500 Drive by 410 Condominiums ale med. 735 p con oc. close to ST. AUG BC -RTO or
296 Georgia Miscellaneous & dining room, 6 inch $19.5K. 865.428-4996 10ac+ Prime Property, then call 813-244-6245 on ominlums avail mied. 735-5388 shopping, rest, malls, 6mo lease. Spacious
305Southside carpet throughout, rich pre-Constction Sale YOUR CREDIT! st Aug. 386a40 3158 A 415 Houses Furnished gae a bcalr $710 100,5no95 1 6 a
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30ntracoastalWest in MB. 9825 Oxford great Views, WaterfMtn n. CallEmma 771-055 et. 9048218446 CLAY CO. Spacious t Aug/Kenlngston near
MarcoStation Dr.. Great Streams,2-OacParcels, or962-10 375 FHams/ 425Manctured BRANDNEWMerllPbs grdntduabrn2baVew lnclasNear W3rld
310 MandarinC4 n0hborhood!l Only 10 Paved Rds.g 3 Areage omes brdnew bricba -e 0encar 20f
315Arlington mines from Jax Naval utlities, Amenities, Sur- MOVING! MUST SELL! 427Mobile Home Lots EA2 di. 9mns i chis. $1195m 742 7486 Golf Villa e 2800sf 4/3
3Westside Air Base. Ready to veyedBulldle, Gated, 3/2,1600SF+ Over Acre C oKed o430RoommateLs T$1500m. 904c521403
32A hacsonvinle $22e 90i seller $ot Cat0ed and a Half. Won't lasto CRy 3& 4nmgmta Call Al 1-866-748-0937 CLAY COUNTY, H 00 525.
330r 9aches.1416 or near0 8 4, 862or 1-3100 } nearJiTB, 1200+sf, 904.2947910Ownr/Agnt 813276eas O m
33 Beeurg FSBOLC MTNS o MUST SELL 3BR 2BAI N.C. MOUNTAINS! Lockers amenities W/D furn FLEMING ISLAND PLANT H .Racrack
334 Keystone eights/ Updtd 2/1.5 TH, ar new Grand Opening 6/A Dan sLd Home. New Log Cabin Shells Rehab Draw Up Front 450 Management/Rental ic. 950mo new TH 3/2.5 1cgarsT s rck
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Oran5Homes cALL JOHN 291-0716 No Money Down gated comm w/amens story, open fir epSaT. JR20 /2 yncu
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340St John's unty Clay &fuirn'd ino small family MEMBERSrHIPS E .. Unfurnished w/d h H THE PAcg wn sv amen. lnc 904699-6968
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PRACTICALLY NEW 3/2 MIRAVlSTA at Harbortown oenr, n bi n Orange Park Brand new 425A Ma t
great location-fclose to marina view n/gar, $609k APARTMEN TS ,riocl home reatt3e 7 56ero Lot f1 uprdsl 3145dm
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block, ch&a, new kitchenn 3/2.1525sf, $167C900. 1 6025/mo.
finance. 904-304-6235 850-u5564 or 288-6497 CALL MUXURYtROS4-39
Beautiful. lyr old, Eagle's *Overlook E. 3 3br/2ba 1st Fl 783-909 Old Middleburg SOUTHSIDE 4/2 i/Microwave & Refrigl
Hammock 4/3,3 Car corner, woods view 12032 Harmony Dr. off a a
gaiN 2748sf, Frml DR/LR, quiet uprds, all a pl. .REFREQBeach. newly remod. 10% Offfor Wky Roomi
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Jacksonville's Best Home Values Are West Of The River !


HUN'TES WAL


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Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!
* Beautifully landscaped lake
and conservation views available -J
* Nature trail, playground
a Close to schools, shopping
Slasy access To 1-95 & 1-295
. state sized lots


For More Information, Please Call
904-339-1322


1-295 North to Dunn Ave. Left on Dunn to
Barrington Cove on the right (North) side of Dunn.


Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!


1-10 to exit 351 (Chaffee Rd,) North to US 90
(Beaver Street) West on Beaver St. to Haisema Rd.
North on Halsema Rd. to Hunters Walk on the left.


1-295 to exit 19 (Normandy Blvd.- SR 228) West on SR 228
approximately 7.6 miles to Weston Ranch on the right.

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Homes Starting In The $190s!
a Long awaited final phase NOW OPENI
* Large homesites with lake front,
conservation, and corner lots
available
a Conveniently located near
1-295,1 10, and Chaffee Rd.


For More Information, Please Call
904-693-3968
1-295 North, exit left onto Normandy Blvd. Fox Hill Farms
is located on the left before Chaffee Rd,
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Condos Starting in The LOW $100s!


* Coxy, intimate community
, Peaceful country setting
* Conveniently located minutes
from downtown near 1-10
aAppliances included with home 4
For More Information, Please Call
904-783-8650


1=10 to Lane Avenue. South on Lane Ave. to
Manotak AVe. Right on Mahotak Ave. to Sallie Ave.
Left on Sallie Ave, to Manotak Oaks on the left.


Condos Starting In The LOW $100s!


a Brand new Gated Communityl
a Three contemporary home
designs to choose from
* Community swimming pool
and playground
For More information, Please Call
904-425-4929


Town Homes Starting In The $120s!


a Three spacious floorplans to
choose from
- Homes available for
immediate occupancy!
S2 or 3 bedrooms with garages j
a Community swimming pool
For More Information, Please Call
904-854-7101


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From 1-295 take Wilson Blvd.
West to Willow Ridge on the left,


1-295 to 103rd St, West on 103rd to Ricker Road,
North on Ricker Rd. to Timothys Landing on left.


Condos Starting In The LOW $ 10Os!
SThree decorated mnodelsi
BST value on the Westside!
SPeaceful country setting
* Conveniently located close to
shopping and dining on 103rd I
St. just west of 1-295

For More Information, Please Call
904-425-4929

From 1-295 take 103rd St. West to Timber Run on the right.


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Sales prices and availability are subject to change without notice. Extra savings available on homes to close by 6/27/06. Please see your New Home Consultant for details.
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435 Rooms 550 Business
435 to Rent Opportunities
BAYMEADOWS, CHILDCARE CENTERS est.
BEACHES, MANDARIN locations, w/real
SOUTHSIDE, WESTSIDE. estate, Fin. arranged. FL
EFFIC S100WK, Apt Investment Properties
$150week, also houses 888-881-0118
for rent furn/ unfurn
wk, month. 904- 302- 5753
LAWN EQUIPMENT &
OP Efficiency, furn, sm ACCOUNTS Julington Crk
refrig, microwave, Plant.$6,500. 699.6780
cable off street parking,
$100 dep. + $395 mo
Avail 5/1 Call 215-9416 QUIZNOS SUBS Pre con-
struction phase, excel-
ORANGE PARK- lent location, 910-7333
miles from NAS
S JAX. $450/mo. All
utilities included. REST. TAKE OUT & DELIV.
W/d. 386- 0207 Est. bus. & resid. cust.
base. Regency area,
| $38,500. 94- 382- 5834
Beach/
440 Vacation/
Flagler Beach Oceanfrnt .
3/3 duplex. Each unit
sleeps 8. $775 wkly.
904,377, 977B 1
House.com
OCEAN FRONT CONDO, I
St. Augustine $695wk. -
352- 376-9644 www. _
oldcity.com/oceanfront
Commercial/ ____
500 Industrial '
For Sale ',,
NC Store + cabin $94,990. i
20 acres, stream: $99,990.
919-693-8984 or
owner@newbranch.com
507 Businesses _
For Sale
BEAUTY & BARBER SHOP
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CAR WASHES C, rlar.d,
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FOR SALE
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515 Office Space
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Owner ers Subcontractors needed extruders and related RECEPTIONIST OP Law Estmate. Cell 509-6242 exccond.an carrier carseat11979 Remsen Rd. furn
ror formulti-family cost. auxiliary equipment to Firm. Full time. Must deliver. Call 9941 mount, baby bas equip, etc. BEDSolid wood cherry
on Bonus* ense ins, tools req. minimize production have excellentpeople" o Antiques white, MANDARIN -Sat8-2 gh bed w/matt
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WANTED!riversw/2and instrumentation Fax resume to 26401 Antiquehee Articles pen, 693-2574 $175 home decor & more
or more yrs exp. & CARPENTER FRAMING maintenance back- ormailto PO.Box42 piece parlor setFor Sale ARL Fri & Sat -13941 11921 Misty Maple Ct. in BR SET Danish modern
Class A CDL- Hazmat EXP Arl, W'side, Argyle, ground is a must., Orange Park, FL 32067. i ctorlan repro. ine st NYIze card- HillTerrace Dr ni HeavenTrees off rosewd 4pc, K-bd matE ,
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SNEW PAY PACKAGE Tools & transp req. Call The ideal candida Computer chairs, couch 1n00 Waterbed Qn.frame $50; Jaguars First AE da a-TWGIAN
$.34-.38/mile 759-2875 posses at least five 732er companiesB $2200 new acandses3.7 Refrigerator $60; ATLCH/Bg block saleOP 6 FAMILY ARSALNKBED-TWIN.
years of Industrial 622391 Sngle mattressin box 2482 on Ocean d. ParkonsRed/brownde, only
O/OP pay $.90/mile I CARPENTERS/TRIM Maintenance.$5%8 4th & th St., Sat.8am. cudesac. Sat 8-1p. I had for 6 months,
J uelsupplement Warranty, Punch Out, Fax resume 90PTIONI421-3308 Three pieceMcclenmall AC wind. unitthe
held on Tuesdayonu Subs & Hour rom pm-6p Must ore.the mailto TECHNICALUPPORT donPalorSetBlue& $50;9046627426 TREPIADMILLAN
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Paid Vac & holidays pay. DFWPCaIl 230-73 port for our software ful $0000. 080622-8381A
at Option Health care for interview customers. Requireswrite _$10_ | pconvert.,crib, Kim at 904-778-2464 or bargains, Fri-Sat 8am country styl
;Optional incaludCare P MAINTENANCE good verbal&written pack'n play, high BONAPAR8OPSat.S/20.7a-2pexcellent condi-
Programs that include CARPENTERS Experien, communicationskischair,swinrockere Ln. apples, tion, $110obo,
100% Company Pd UPRIGHT Networking andInter- ottoman$650220-2908 WASHER & DRYER CROSSInG-rCin toys, clothes,&more!
Premium Pro AC Certified. 248 Units net related skills a plus. Whirlpool Heavy Duty, 4 munitygarage nTa
.Per Diem Pay ICONSTRUCTION INC SS. Benefits, EOE, Call We offer competitive BIKE Little kes $400; new maple TL&4 frsale. ay6AT, ORTEGA -ONGOING COFGeeTable
o a HIRINGEXPERIENCED 997-8855pa, paid health, and CEFER bike .tratlerA ce-9fRom8-2onStarrett, cnn- cJe7my wood,
Program@ $52.00 /day RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS 40 K. Qualified candi- m f, Kenmoret2 Rd. next to first coast L-
ICallTOPPAY&40K.houldfied nd- amsrtto push a WATER HEATER- High School Quieing rm set, TVs5 excellent condi-
.S.~.tbOP PAY US &MANUFACTURING deshoulsnd $100, will transport abusgys$ats,2vr SOLAR, $100 DVDs,VCrwhiooo tio
dura.Nophone 282-6466odcond calliSteve after FRUIT COVE washer/dryer. COUCH-4ft.,
500-723-3424 for info Paid Holidays manufacturing posi- calls please! DRYER&WASHER t i 36pm, fdi Fa mptwortbrown
Paid vacations tions, including forklift DRYE_&_WSHERBOAT'CARSHE, D819'6859 1415 Wentworth Ave. hilt leather-look, nail
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Tim Collins. community. Contact eI o,-,co.,,- utu.r dut, 5225 Frioge, $135 excelientcondi- Ponce de LeenIal1212lUSlS in St.LAugustine. ruli fumitcushionshave uPngle
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concrete experience a Must have dependable cut" & -,.. n 1,,3 3 nr rrrrCoastsGuardiReserveia i c o142 Yearling Ln. off S5.c e
needto appie y based on exp. 237-6275 126pr onr ien rai. re,.cord iisuccet5,,oIu mube the WatsonSchrof R.E. SeiburardPnCtortn3 bamboohtrim togs
904-545-6103 leave PIPE FOREMAN & CREW LUNCH TRUCK DRIVERS 3aeSoerson erv I',Ing corrnoti Fri '.r5 20.i93 3p $200SSelor
LEODERslThEiRECAsTNDonwY' message D in --I ,n pert -:,n l, iLt Hydro Aluminum W'SIDE 2 LRG FAMILES, all r $700 cib-,
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class A. No touch ROLLEROPERATORS DFWP/EOE. p,6i-. $i,0,) .-k I St. Augustlneealtn&7Rehb3
freight, Cheesy OFFROAD TRUCKDRIVER PLUMBERS 33 ~I -,r 626 4303 organtzatiionlsilits a must. You must have Army National Guard
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those who Qualify have tools & transp. Insdprogram paid LCiLe. ti," irr, U:[.-" JataranHofels f sed drar s,
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Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies


1010 Pets &
Supplies

American Rednose Pit-
bull Pups3/M, 3/F, 6
wks. handed, social,
potty, wormed vet
chk. $400. Serious calls
Jeanelle 904-372-9022
BOXER PUPPIES, AKC, all
-white, $400. 912-264,9629
after 5:30pm
BOXER PUPS AKC, White
M, fawn F $450. talls&
dews done 225-9632
BOXER PUPS AKC 3M/ SF
Fawn w/black mask
,splash of wht KIngsland
GA.$600. 888.837-7735
CAT-Free 4 yr old
Sale cat declawed,
nuetered needs
k good adult home.
Rescue me pis. Call
904-529-7895
CHIHUAHUAS pups short
& Long Hair S/W
$450-$500 ea Cash
only. 904-757-8567
CHIHUAHUA -LH, SH
CKC, $350. Small
crossbreedss, CKC,
$150-$250 449-8882
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
for sale
Call 904-710-4158
SChihuahua pups CKC,
"Dachshund pups CKC,
-$300. 879-2353/361-8604
Baby Birds Greys, Cocka-
toos, Macaws, Eclectus,
Conures 904-374-3005
Dachshund Puppy AKC
red, female, 3 months
old. Call 912-843-2775
ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS
AKC, champ pedigree
$1400ea 904-610-6696
FREE Boxer Mix Female
0lwks old, fawn w/blk
mask, 924-8168
I, Free German Shep
PT B Puppies
SolosNo papers 9517
Ave. 783- 3284
-GREAT GREAT DANES
Must see, Irg brindle
Spups, reg., HC, POP,
N$75000+ 904-422-2039
SLAB AKC PUPS Yellow,
$400. Shots. 904- 781-0194
880-0563 OR 742-0154
Lab puppies AKC, black,
9wks old, HC, Playful/
lovable. POP $300
904- 349-3210
MALTESE PUPPIES AKC,
Males, Cash only
904-779-653/5531/553-7638
PAPILLON PUPS AKC
$550 -$850. Also Adults
Available 904-461-3459
PEKINESE PUPS, S/W,
HC, CKC. Ready 5/13,
$400. 904-504-0247
Pembroke Welsh Corgis
5F/2M, HC, Micro-chip,
POP. 386-659-2512
PIT BULL PUPS/ADBA
Exc. temper. Beautiful
colors, $400. 904-635-3319
PIT BULLS -Blue Gottie
/Blue Gator; ADBA Reg
S/W, POP, MUST SEE!
asking $700.. 521- 0349
Pit Bull, Blue Nose STUD
needs mate. 1251bs
w/papers 904.-759-7149
PIT BULL PUPS RED
NOSE 4F, 4M, S/W
$250ea 904-504-0508
PIT BULL PUPS/BLUE
ADBA, liter of blues &
liter of choc. Go to:
wwwjnuscleheadpitts.com
or call 904,509-3498
Poodle CKC toys white
pups Males $450 females
F$475 904-535-7717
POODLES TOY CKC-
3 males, s/w, health
cert. $400ea. 374-2804
POODLES Tea Cup AKC
2/M 1/F very tiny
$800-$1000 334-4058
plumprettypoodles.com
POODLE TOY AKC
1 white male, 11 weeks
$500. Call 904-813-3631
PUG male champ lines,
to loving home only $550
& UP Call 386-364-4377
ROTrWEILER
POP, 6M/ 4F, $550.
papers, 904- 535-0094
SSchnauzer- mini
AKC, all shots,
t health certificate, 6
mo. house broken,
pick of litter, $700 obo,
904-463-2254/
904-213-9941
SHELTIES -AKC, all ages,
all colors, $275-up,
786-7424 or 483-6773
SHIH-TZU CKC PUPPIES
mls/fmies, /imperials
904-214,4257/406-0144
SHIH-TZU PUPS, Tri-clr,
F/M, S/W, HC, CKC,
lOwks, very cute,
$349. $399. 904- 537- 3543
SIBERIAN HUSKY Female
4 months old, $250,
needs good home. Very
loving. Call 651-5343
WEST HIGHLAND TERRY
-6mo M, $400,
904-721-2427
Wheaten Terrier (Soft
Coated) AKC Champ
sired pups, non shed,
great family pets, see
parents. 904-641-3354
Yorkies. Poms, TT Chi's,
Msltese. BABYCAKES
PUP SALE 9i2.240-3657






Transportation

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
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
i 1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335$2000 or Less
l34OTrucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats
-' a Propeller- for
Mercury, Mariner
<|> and others. Fits 18
lhp plus. Never
Installed. $50 firm.
904-264-6054 after 4
10' ACHILLES -inflatable,
seats 2 $900 obo.
724-7757


15' Sportster Jet Boat 04
155hp. 4Tec, w/tower,
50mph, closed loop
cooling like a rabbit, 4
cyc, 67.4 hours, under
warranty, $12,000. obo.
Call Joe 904-273-8633
4 16ft LOWE JON
boat 1985, long
; r I trater, 7g hp,
Evinrude, 1983
SOHP Johnson, Minn
Kota, 565, all $200 obo,
742-352S/ 744-1794
4 19' Trophy '02CCFIsh
FinderGPS,Blmini,
125hp Mercury
Outboard, warranty
extras $15900. OBO.
422-3113
S 20FT. Searay
Sunrunner 91'. 5.71
L 350 Ingro/out-
board, $5000 obo,
904-710-3470 /777-6829
22' WINNER '89 Walk
around cuddy, 200hp
Suzuki, 130hrs total,
electr, trir, exc cond,
$11,500. 904-249-2921
23 ft Monterey
cuddy with trailer,
needs work, $4000
call 904-859-0921
23' Montery Cuddy
S1992, with trailer.
Needs work, $4000')
Call 904-47& 90 '


1205 Boats
WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440

1230 sRV's &S
1230 Supplies

AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1.800-541-6439
AUTO+RV AUCTION
for Special Olympics FL
May 20 e 10 am. See ad
under auctions.
4 COACHMAN CAT-
SALNAI te fully
loaded, double and
bunk beds, sleeps
6, a/c, heat, stove,
shower, $9500,485-0013

1300 Molorc.cles
SATC 2005 20cc
Scamo color lights
4 reverse four stroke
less than 10 hrs
$1500.00 firm 622-8391
SChevy Lumlna 1992
I good condition
Y I runs excellent new
tires $1200 Carlos
591-4183
H.D. HERITAGE SOFTAIL
-'99, exc cond, extra
chrome, 20k mi, $14,500
703-8623
Honda 1300C 2004,
Q 5000 ml Vance
LHlines. Exhasut lots
of extras2yrs fac-
tory warranty/services
remaining $10500.
553-3249 or 771- 2442
Honda Elite Motor
Scooter Blue
5700mi, excellent
cond, $850,
272-2067

HONDA SHADOW
1100CC 1997
Custom black paint
w/purple shadow
flames,many extras
-Cobra 2" drag pipes
with netted for carbu-
retors, Cobra lug-
gage rack, Honda
saddle bags Mem-
phis slim windshield
and mounting kit,
custom driver, pas-
senger padded seats
custom chrome and
padded sissy bar,
Cobra luggage rack
with travelpack, cus-
tom chrome rear
shocks, throttle lock
cruise control. The
bike has lots of
chrome clutch radia-
tor, tag signal light,
reservoir, cable, shift
peg covers and other
accent chrome. Plus,
custom sardine pilot
and passenger foor
pegs and cup older.
Garage Kept
32,478 miles
Call 904-294-6223
$4,995 OBO
This Honda can be
seen online at
http1//www.Iacksonvllle
flo ridabiz/cvcle/htm

HONDA VTX1300C '04,
H&K pipes, 3600mli,
$7250ob0. 904-868-7231
S KAWASAKI
LXR-1100, 2000,
S manu upgrades,
better than new,
garage kept, must see!
990. obo,Call 241-1398
SUZUKI KATANA
04'. 600
< 8200 miles, $500 In
Accessories
included. Excellent
condition, $4400 obo,
call 904-874,4844
SUZUKI TL 1000 '99
$4900.
Call 904-228-8420
Yamaha 1100 Cus-
tom, 15 degree-
Chopper Rake,
Lowered rear bags,
custom paint and body
modifications, 3k miles,
like new-excellent
condition, $8500 obo,
904-2647173 or
904-26.-4881
Yamaha YZ 250 low
Hours; o w;n er
transferredr. Must
9 Sell, $2100 obo,
912 573- 3161

1310 Auto Parrts

Blue-Ox baseplate
and driveshaft
4 disconnect with
driveshaft for Chev
Blazer, 97-03 auto
transmission, $300>obo,
valued, $1300. 282-6466
r, 12'x30' covered
two sides and back
12' peak tarp,
24'x30' new. 542-2727
4, Four 16x8 Alloy
Rims With 255/
|65R16 Goodyear
F Eagle LS Tires.
From '05 Dodge
Dakota. 5500mi. $300
obo. 422-3113
b SPARE TIRE and
WHEEL for 1986
Volvo 240 sz 175/80
D 14. Never on
Ground $70,268 2482

1320 Antiques/
Classics

1931 FORD MODEL A
COUPE, Rumble seat
new brakes, frame- off
restoration, incl. cover,
extra parts, tools, new
battery, runs great, exc.
cond. $13,500 firm.
912-638-8738
1969 CHEVY C20 AT, PS,
PB, fact. AC, Silverado
of it's day. Arizona
Truck, very little rust.
Lots of new parts. Home
904-783-.1881/C:859-4204
CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
,. azBROUGHAM,*-a*

S$800 CASH
Or $700 & you buy battery
1976 Blue Int. & ext., 160k
mi., flip down foot rests
for passengers in back-
seats, runs/needs work.
Great restoration project
Don't let this deal (or
car) rust away.
Call 772-0612 Today
4, CORVETTE 1980'
Black 350 AT, $41
obo, 904 695-0681
4, Corvette 1980,
I or best offer,
'" 904.695-0681


1325 Automotive
SAccord EX Sedan
S'95 4 door, 4 cyl,
<1J2.2L VTEC, 5 speed,
-- manual premium
sound system, sun roof
alloy wheels
912-882- 3508 $3000
ACURA 3.2 TL '03
Stk#G182 $20,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
,7ACURA RL '04 Nay,
s sunroof, CD, only
39,000 mi. $27,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
ACURA RSX '02
Auto, CC, PL, PW $9988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200


7 ACURA TL '05
' ,S Burgundy/tan,
beautiful. $28,860
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
j@ ACURA TL'03
Ex low miles, fully
equipped. $16,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
AUDI A4 '03
BEIGE TAN LEATHER
47K NICE $ 21985
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
i7\AUDI A4 SEDAN '03
\ 1.8 Turbo only
29,000 mi. $20,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SAUDITr CONVT.
'02. Only 25,000
miles. $23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
AUTO+RV AUCTION
for Special Olympics FL
May 208 10 am. See ad
under auctions.
:"BMW 3251 '06. Like
('9) qew, only 3000
miles. $32,340
LEXUS OF JA.8(eNVILLE


1325 Automotive

|BMW 330CIC Cony.
P '03. White/blue
top, fully equipped
$35,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW 5251'89. Immacu-
late, cleanest in town,
loaded, priced right!
$6995. Call 389-7700
@) BMW Z4 3.0 '06
Only400 miles.
$35,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4, BUICK 2002
Redezvous. Very
clean. Excellent
Scondtio, $10K obo,
882&8853
BUICK REGAL '89
Auto. Looks & Runs
Great $890
(904) 645-3606
CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
o*rBROUGHAUM T*

9$800 CASH
Or $700 & you buy battery
1976 Blue fnt. & ext., 160k
ml., flip down foot rests
for passengers in back-
seats, runs/needs work.
Great restoration project
Don't let this deal (or
car) rust away.
Call 772-0612 Today
7NICADILLAC DEVILLE
S'04. Pearl white.
Beautiful. $19,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC SEVILLE STS '02
Stk#F753 $17,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CADILLAC DEVILLE '95
Stk#BUCGO72A $5988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
j# CADILLAC CTS '03
Pearl white/tan,
m navigation $21,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV CAVALIER '01
AUTO, 4DR, $6,288
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200

@ HR CHEVROLET
S CORVETTE '03
40th Anniversary
Convertible. speed
$31,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY CORVETTE '04
Stk#F932 $36,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY MONTECARLO '02
Stk#G191 $12,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Chevy Silverado 03'
3500 all power,
| excellent condition,
54 K, v8, 8.1L, $19K,
882-3679 or 674-8731
CHRYLSER PT CRUISER
'06. Immaculate, low
miles. loaded, must sell.
$13,845. Call 389-7700
R CHRYSLER PT LTD
CRUISER TURBO
'04. Only 26,000 mi
Fully equipped. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHRYSLER SEBRING-
'01, coupe, LXI, dk Red,
ps, pw, SR, PL, PM,
leather security,
chrome wheels 65k ml,
$9600 obo 904-710-1364
CHRYSLER 300C '05
Stk#1566A $29,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY '03
Stk#917B $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '03
Stk#G098 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER SEBRING
CONV- '96, White, gd
cond, moving must sell
$3500 904-501-9522
DODGE NEON R/T '04
Stk#5615A $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, DODGE NEON 2001
runs great, a/c works,
good on gas, $3500
obo,626-1104/
406-2539
EUROVAN '01
SILVER WITH GRAY
INTERIOR PLENTY OF
ROOM GAS SAVER $15850
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
Firebird 84'V6, AT:
T both recently
Ili, rebuilt. Stock &
honeycomb
wheels, extra hatch-
back, turbo hood, 1987
nose. 772-9306
FORD CROWN VIC '05
Stk#G131 $15,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD FOCUS SE '01
Auto, PL, PW, PM, CC
MNRF $4988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD FOCUS '02
Stk#G020 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD MUSTANG GT '04
Stk#1570a $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD MUSTANG '03
Stk#G144 $14,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG '99
Stk#BUC00238 $6788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371. 4877
FORD TAURUS SE '03
Stk#F998A $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD TAURUS SE '03
Stk#G034 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD T-BIRD '97
Stk#BUCG171A $5988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877






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/7\ HONDA ACCORD
@ EX '05. Leather,
V6, CD. $21,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA ACCORD EX 'OS
Stk#3376C $21,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
HONDA ACCORD EX '05
Stk#7444B $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


HONDA ACCORD EX '04
Stk#G100 $21,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD LX '03
BLUE WITH GRAY INTE-
RIOR 77K GAS SAVING
LUXURY COME GET IT
$14450
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
HONDA CIVIC LX '03
4DR, PWLKS $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
Honda Civic 94' 2
S dr, hatchback
SI excellent gas
mileage, 30 PG,
new tires good
condition, $1300 269-5460
HONDA CIVIC '04. 2dr,
immaculate cond, very
low miles, priced to sell
$13,945. Call 389-7700
HONDA CIVIC LX '06
Stk#92368 $19,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC EX '03
Stk#G023 $15,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC '04
Auto, 4pR, 34K. Miles
HL(ury $14,995
m04) 645-3606


1325 Automotive
HONDA PILOT EX '03
Stk#3299C $19,998
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI TIBURON '05
Stk#F937 $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI SANTA FE '03
Stk#G078 $15,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI XG350L '03
Stk#G041 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI SONATA V6 '02
Stk#G190 $10,388
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI ACCENT '01
Auto, 4Dr. Low Miles
$159 Pmts. $2450
(904) 645-3606
@ 1 INFINITI G35
SEDAN '03. Only
29,000 miles.
Beautiful! $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

@ )1 INFINITI G35
SEDAN '04
Champagne/tan
$23,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JAGUAR XKR '01 Coupe,
Low mi, Super Charged,
safe in trunk. Custom
bik rims, beautiful!
$45,000 OBO 537-1988
4, JEEP CHEROKEE 91
S. laredo, white,
145,792mi. pwr
windows/doors,
auto, fn/am cass., air
cond, new shocks,
$2500,744-1794/
742-3525
KIA SPECTRA '03
Auto, ac, cc pL, pw $6988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01
EXECUTIVE $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
LINCOLN V8 LS '04
Stk#F995 $22,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LINCOLN TOWNCAR '03
Stk#2173D $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MAZDA MIATA '96
Stk#BUC4283B $5988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MAZDA MIATA '01
Extra low miles.
Beautiful! $12,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MAZDA RX8 '04. 6spd
very low ml, immaculate,
loaded must sell now.
$20,945. Call 389-7700

/@ | MAZDA RX8'04
Leahter, CD, priced
to sell. $19,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERC BENZ C320 '02
WHITE TAN LEATHER
45K MILES $19900
THIS IS A BEAUTY
ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
MERCEDES C 240,
S03' Platinum w/
I 1 silver interior and
Swood grain. Fully
loaded $24,600 obo.
Warranty Available, 50K
miles, 904- 505-4780
MERCEDES SLK320 '01
SILVER LOADED
28K MILES LOOK ,
NO FURTHER THIS
IS THE ONE $29950
ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
MERCURY GR MARQ '01
Stk#G165 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

@\1 MERCURY SABLE
LS '03. Leather, CD
Beautiful $11,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MINI BLUE '02
WITH WHITE TOPGRAY
INTERIOR 6 SPD 19K
MILES $18900
ASH TISDELLE 800-323- 5795
SMitsubishi Eclipse
| Spyder GS 1999
St convertible, 99k
miles, 2nd owner,
new top, new tires,
awesome $7200 obo,
386-8154
MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE
'02 WHITE AND BLACK
TOP NEW TIRES V6
AT AC CLEAN $12850
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
@',WINISSAN 350Z Conv.
V '04 Touring. Only
17,000 mi. $34,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN ALTIMA 94
149k mi, AT, PW, PDL,
Alrm, runs perfect!
$2,495 OBO 904-347-5095
NISSAN ALTIMA SE '02
Stk#F981 $16,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

@7 INISSAN ALTIMA SL
.Sf 'OS. Leather, CD,
roof. $19,780
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN MAXIMA '03
Stk#G093 $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN SENTRA '05
Stk#F990 $14,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
OLDS ALERO GLS '01
Stk#G048 $10,988
TOl BIICHM sirrnolcv 2P71.-L77


1325 Automotive
PONTIAC GRAND AM '04
4DR, PS, PL, PM, PW, CC
$13,550
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
PONTIAC BVILLE SSE '03
Stk#6651D $16,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877
PONTIAC GRAND AM '02
Stk#F983 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
& PONTIAC
TRANS AM 95'
new transmission
p and engine
paperwork, new tires,
t-tops, 6spd, $8K must
se 90465 0685
PONTIAC G6 4DR '06
SUPER SPORTY ALL THE
TOYS READY TO RIDE
AND GREAT MILEAGE
20K MILES $16450
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
PORSCHE BOXSTER 02
30,500 mi, 5spd, war-
ranty $25,900. 220-7078
SATURN SL2 '02
Stk#G176 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877
SUZUKI VERONA '04
Stk#G097 $13.988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA AVALON XLS '02
Stk#G12B $18,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
V TOYOTA AVALON
XLS '03 Extra low
miles. $19,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA COROLLA '05
Auto, PL, PM, PW, CC
$13,488
GORDON CHEVROLET
." 904-272-2200
TOYOTA CAMRY -'95
XLE, v6, pwr seats, snrf
spoiler, loaded, 27mpg.
2nd owner, meticu-
lously serviced, $4900.
662-5204
TOYOTA CAMRY -'98 LE,
1 owner, 28mpg, AT,
4cyl, new tires, recently
serviced. $6450
705-1798
TOYOTA CAMRY '01
Stk#G104A $8588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
S Toyota Corolla
2005,4dr,LE
S excellent condi-
tion, Low mileage,
803-6617. 8358 Stevens
Drives Jacksonville,
32244 to see.
Q, TOYOTA COROLLA
CE 05'. CE, 4cy., a/c,
| automatic affm/6
disc. cruise con-
trol power lock alarm,
excellent MPC,
$15,600obo, 772-7795/
803-6617
TOYOTA COROLLA '93
Auto, 4DR,' Low Miles
$159 Payments ot $2450
(904) 645-3606
A TOYOTA RAV4 02'
SGold, 4 cyl, auto-
matic powersteer/
brakes/ power
doors/ mirrors.
cd/am/fm/tape. Air
bags, ABS leather,
cruise control, NO
PROBLEMS!!! $13,490.
MOVINGI 904,254-0144
STOYOTA SOLARA
01' loaded, low
kl| miles, garage kept,
good gas mileage,
$11K obo, call 334,9023
Volkswagon Passat New
model 01, excellent
condition, Black,AT,
sunroof, tan leather 60K
mi. $11,000. 338-5812
VOLKSWAGEN
PASSAT '03. W8
motion, extra low
miles. $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
VOLKSWAGEN GOLF '03
GOLD BEIGE INTERIOR
AUTO AC 35K CLEAN
GAS SAVER $12950
ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT'O2
GRAY/GRAY AUTO AC
73K PAMPERED MILES
$12500
ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '04
BEIGE INTERIOR AUTO AC
42K $16900
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE'03
GLX GRAY/GRAY AT AC
17K MILES $16500
ASH TISDELLE 800-323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN TOUAREG
'04 GREEN GRAY
INTERIOR 40K LUXURY
SUV LOADED. $24900
ASH TISDELLE 800-323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT'02
GRAY/GRAY AT AC 66K
$15495
ASH TISDELLE 800-323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT
'03 GLS RED GRAY
INTERIOR 37K $14900
ASH TISDELLE 800-323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETFTA '05
BEIGE ON BEIGE $19900
ASH TISDELLE 800-323- 5795


1335 $2000 or Less
Lincoln Town Car
92', loaded, runs
great, everything
works, good gas
mileage, $750, 272 2642/
505-3692
MAZDA 626 '96 4cyl
Good eng, bad trans.,
good Interior & exte-
rior, AT, AC, sunroof,
remote control entry,
$850 obo. 904-962-2029
or pgr 292-7247
OLDS CUTLASS '87
Great transportation,
must sell, need cash.
$1995. Call 389-7700

SATURN SCi '01
PARTS CAR ONLY.
MUST SELL FAST.
$300 CALL NOW
.904-207-0900

C Sofa all Italian
leather excellent
condition off white
large ottoman and
chair $1000 or best
offer call 291-4142

14 Trucks!/
1340 Trailers/
-SUV's

, ACURA MDX'05
Only 9000 miles,
champ/tan $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
ACURA RSX '02
Stk#6327B $15,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHV iCADILLAC SRX '06
Pearl white, fully
equip, like new.
Only 9K miles. $32,680
LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE
S 998-0012
' CADILLAC
ESCALADE '03
Black Beauty! Fully
equipped. $29,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
y 1 CADILLAC
ESCALADE '06.
Pearl white/tan,
fully equipped. $41,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV BLAZER '04
2DR, CC, PL, PM, PW,
MNRF $14,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
SCHEVROLET 1500
ext cab 97'. S11l-
verado. Loaded,
great condition,
bronze 144k miles, bed
liner, tow package,
$6500 call 904-743-0609
CHEV SUBURBAN 1500 99
CC, PS, Leather, PL, PW
$8,488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TAHOE LS'03
LS, 3rd Seat, Nice $19,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
.904-272-2200
CHEVY AVALANCHE '03
Stk#F841A $16,788
Tnl RlIUSHATAlEX I3v 71- 4A77


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

CHEV TRAILBLAZER '05,
PW, PL, PM, REMOTE
$17,999
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200

zr2, 4wd, ext cab
, Jl3rd door, 4.3V6. a/t.
pw, pl, cd, $10,500.
77% 6184/707-7056
& Chevy Sllverado 97'
ST ISO ext cab, PS
LaB, v8, bed liner,
great ac 144K
miles, must see, $7K
obo.
CHEVY SILVERADO
97', C1500, ext cab
Sauto, V8, 2 wd, AC,
AT, PB, 144 k miles,
bronze super clean, call
9047430609
CHEVY SILVERADO '06
LT EXT CAB 4DOOR BLUE
4K V6 POWER PKD $22488
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
CHEVY SUBURBAN '03
Stk#1628C $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SCHEVYTAHOE LT
'03. Moonroof, CD,
quad seats, black/
tan, beautiful! $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/7 CHEVY TAHOE '03
Champagne/tan
xtra low mi $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY TRAILBLAZER '02
Stk#F546A $14,388
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD E-350 SD '05
Stk#F814 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD ESCAPE '05
Stk#G008A $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FOR FORD EXPEDITION
'03 Eddie Bauer,
Black/tan, 4x4,
fully equipped $23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
"998-0012
FORD EXPLORER Sport
Trac 4x4 '05 Immaculate,
loaded, must sell this
week. $19,475. 389:7700
FORD EXPLORER XLT '05.
Outstanding shape, must
see, priced to sell now.
$17,475. Call 389-7700
FORD EXPLORER '02
Stk#1666A $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
A FORD EXPLORER
| 94', neW transmis-
| sion, tire, battery,
AC, power, runs
great, $2000 obo, call
291-0799
FORD EXPLORER XLT '04
CLEAN DEPENDABLE
SUV 27K LOW MILES
READY TO GO GRAY
WITH GRAY LEATHER
AND THIRD SEAT $16350
ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
FORD F150 '02 V8 4WD
AT, $10,950 See in Key-
stone Hts 904-591-0113


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600



KEY AUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000

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Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

FORD RANGER '01
Auto, V6, Ext. Cab, Low
Miles $159 Pmts or $8950
(904) 645-3606
4 FORD SPORT TRAC
03'Excellent con-
ditlon, 40K miles,
18,500,912-576 7191
FORD X-CAB F 150 '05
Stk#G131 $17,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GMC ENVOY '03
CC, CD, PW, PL, PW
$14,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
GMC XCAB SIERRA '02
Stk#GG11OA $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GMC YUKON DENAULI XL
'03. AWD, TV/DVD,
loaded, exc cond, must
sell. $25,945. 389-7700
/@V GMC YUKON XL
SLT '03. White/
tan, sunroof, DVD,
quad seats. $24,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
# GMC YUKON
DENALI '03
Sunroof, CD, DVD
$23,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
GMC YUKON SLT
'N 04. Extra low
miles, like new,
black/tan, DVD,
crhome wheels. $28,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

i. GMC YUKON '03
D Black/tan, leather,
CD, sunrf. $22,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
f GMC YUKON SLT
z :'04. Extra low mi,
Silver. $28,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA CRV LX '04
PL, CC, PM. PW $18,48
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
7 HONDA CRV '04
SExtra low miles
Equipped. $15,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
q HONDA PASSPORT
EX '02. Only 40,000
miles. $13,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
@ HONDA PILOT EXL
'04. Champagne/
tan. $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA RIDGELINE
%ft '06 EX 4x4
Like new, White/
tan. $30,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

HUMMER H3'06
SOnly 5000 miles.
$32,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
i INFINITI QX56 '05
SNavigation, DVD,
Fully Equip.$42,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
ISUZU ASCENDER '05
Stk#G160 $19,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ISUZU PUP '95
Pick Up A/C Looks &
Runs Great $2450
(904) 645-3606
Isuzu Rodeo '97 Exc
cond, 5spd, 4cyl. great
on gas, new CD. Tires &
brakes great. $5995.
Call John 616-7969
ISUZU RODEO '99
New Engine, A/C, Brakes
Tires $4750
(904) 645-3606
@tK1 JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE '04
Limited V8 4x4,
Beautiful! $18,445
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP GR CHEROKEE '02
Stk#4696D $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JEEP WRANGLER '05
Stk#4384A $19,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA RIO '04
Stk#G030 $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SEDONA EX '02
Stk#G193 $10,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SHORTAGE '02
Stk#G037 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
l UNCOLN
NIP NAVIGATOR '04
White tan fully
equip Ultimate! $30,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MAZDA TRIBUTE '04
V6fAUTO COLD AC
ECONOMY SUV $15850
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
MITSUBISHI "
GALANT 97' ES
Q f sunroof, 4d, 4cyl,
a/t, ABS, pw, pl, cd,
kicker box, amps,
$3000.779-6184/
707-7056
MITSUBISHI MONTERO LS
'00 Stk#3260D $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN FRONTIER '94
XE, V6, A/C Looks & Runs
Great $1950
(904) 645-3606
NISSAN MURANO '03
Stk#6683A $24,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN XTERRA '00


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
SCION XA '05
Stk#G121 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA 4RUNNER'04
Stk#5848C $21,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
,TOYOTA RUNNER
1 '01. Extra low mi.
Beautiful! $15,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
. TOYOTA
HIGHLANDER '04
LTD Only 18,000
miles. $23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA TACOMA X CAB
,02 $10,950 See In Key-
stone Hts 904-591- 0113


1345 Vans/Buses
CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY '05. Loaded,
priced for quick sale.
13,975. Call 389-7700
DODGE CARAVAN SE 'OS
$tk#F999 $13,988
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 LX '02
$tk#F980 $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD WINDSTAR GL '98,
Exc cond, tan w/tan int
79k, $5900. 904,616-9935
HONDA ODYSSEY EX '04
CC, PL, PM, REMOTE
$19,488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HONDA ODYSSEY EX '02
Stk#G185 $17,988 .
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA SIENNA LE '04
Outstanding cond,
loaded, priced to sell this
week. $18,945. 389.-7700

1350aMiscellaneous
1 ,pw Auto

SBombraider JetskI
S96'/With trailer.
Brand new motor.
under SO hrs. $3K
obo. call 449-5010 or
272-2826 for more Info.
&, YAMAHA
S Waverunner- 3
tL| person, VX11O
deluxe remote
speed control trailer
cover, extended war-
ranty showroom con-
dition. $6500. 280 7947/
403-4857

13 Auto's/Trucks
3 Wanted

WANTED TO BUY,
I Will Pay Cash ForYour
Extended an n rMAnontr


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofjacksonvile.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
LV hA ,:


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



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200



CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityautomotive.com



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Bld. 642-1500


'03 9-3 LINEAR
$17,988

'03 9-5 ARC
Sedan
Only $18,988

'01 9 3 SE Hatch
Only $7988

'99 SAAB 9-3
Hatch $7988





'05 Chevy
Impala".LS"
Only $15,988

'04 Honda
Accord EX
Only $17,988

'03 Mercedes
E320
Only $32,988

'03 Toyota
Highlander
Only $16,988

'02 Toyota
4Runner
"Umited"
Only $19,988

'02 Nissan
Maxima GLE
Only $13,988

'01 Chevy Malibu
Only $6988





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