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Creation Date: November 2, 2006
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PRT Alternative
Elliptical Machine Authorized For PRT
Page 3


Thrilling Crowds
2006 NAS jax Air Show A Huge Success
Pages 8-9


AFRS Awards
CNRSE Employees Recognized
Page 19


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2006


www.jaxairnews.com


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Photo by MC2(AW) Elizabeth Williams
Blue Angels F/A-18 Hornets fly in unison during the NAS jax
2006 Air Show performance. This year, the U.S. Navy Flight
Demonstration Squadron "Blue Angels" returned to their.
original home as the featured performers for the air show.


Angels


Blue Angels return 'home'


to celebrate 60th anniversary
By MC2(AW) Elizabeth Williams
Public Affairs Center Mayport
he Blue Angels returned to their original birthplace,
NAS Jacksonville Oct. 27-29 for the bi-annual air
show and to celebrate 60 years since the establish-
ment of the legendary flight demonstration squadron by
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Chester Nimitz in 1946
Nimitz's purpose for the Blue Angels was to showcase
naval aviation and generate public support for the armed
services. The squadron performed their first air show June
15, 1946 at Craig Air Field, Jacksonville. Since then, the
team has relocated to NAS Corpus Christi in 1951 and
finally settled at its current location, Sherman Field NAS
Pensacola in 1955.
The aircraft currently used by the Blue Angels is the
Boeing F/A-18 Hornet, introduced in November 1986.
However, over the past 60 years, the squadron has used
eight different models of aircraft. The F8-F Bearcat was
the inaugural aircraft and only made it for the first two
years of presentation before technology sped the advance-
ment of jet engines. In 1948, the F9-F Panther was intro-
duced and a whole new level of demonstrations was
launched for the public. The Blues were able to incorporate
shocking stunts and formation flying since the propellers of
the Bearcat were no longer an issue.
Also used today as part of the Blue Angels demonstration is


fly


high


'Tat Albert", the C-130 that the Blue Angels have had since
1970. Fat Albert holds 46,000 pounds of fuel and has a cruising
speed of 300 mph. The maximum takeoff weight is 155,000
pounds and the shaft horsepower is about 4,500 per engine.
The Blue Angels have performed for more than 393- mil-
lion spectators since their inception and have had nearly
70 air shows scheduled for the 2006 flight season. The
members of the team spend a lot of time away from home,
dedicating most of their time and commitment to the
integrity of the squadron. "The ambition and dedication
that it takes to be a member of the Blue Angels must come
from an inspiration that goes beyond the call of duty," said
Blue Angels No. 6 pilot, Lt. Cmdr. John Allison. "I grew up
around the Blue Angels training base and went to the air
shows. It looked like a fun job and I was attracted to the
precision and professionalism."
When Allison, who was away from home for more than
300 days last year, was asked where his favorite place to
perform is, he replied, "Each place is good in it's own way.
Some are beautiful and some have such nice people it
makes your head spin."
Other scheduled events at the air show this year were
U.S. Army Special Operations Command Black Daggers
Parachute Team, P-3 and S-3 Viking flight demonstra-
tions, Disabled American Veterans B-25 Bomber and an
assortment of other air show performers, both civilian and
military. The Blue Angel's mission is to enhance Navy and
Marine Corps recruiting efforts and to represent the naval
service to the United States, its selected leadership and
foreign nations. The Blue Angels serve as positive role
models and goodwill ambassadors for the U.S. Navy and
Marine Corps.


Local media personalities take wing j


By MC1(SW/A W) Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor


Media representatives from the city of
Jacksonville got to experience the opportu-
nity of a lifetime by being selected as riders
for the Blue Angels media flight Oct. 25 at NAS
Jacksonville.
Bryan Kelly, a news anchor for WJXT TV-4 News,
and Jeff Brumley, a reporter for The Florida Times-
Union, both suited up in full flight gear and hopped
in the back seat of the F/A-18 Hornet for the ride of
their life.
"I get sick on rollercoasters, so, I'm a little nerv-
ous," said Kelly, chuckling. "But it's an honor to get
the chance to fly with the Blue Angels and I'm
thrilled to be getting this opportunity."
"I'm really looking forward to it. I have been a


reporter for 20 years and I've been able to catch a
ride on many different types of aircraft over the
years, but riding with the Blue Angels has always
been a goal of mine. I feel lucky and fortunate to be
here," said Brumley about his chance to catch a ride
in a Blue Angel F/A-18 Hornet.
At each air show throughout the season, up to
three media representatives are selected and must
be cleared for the flight. These representatives
must come from sponsors of the air show and they
must also be medically cleared since the physical
demands can be excruciating on the individuals.
The Blue Angels Team Narrator Lt. Kevin Davis,
referred to as "Seven" by his crew chiefs, pilots the
No. 7 aircraft and is responsible for the media and
VIP flights. "The media, leading up to an air show is


Photo by MC2(AW) Christopher Brown
WJXT television anchor Bryan Kelly gets prepared for his ride with the


See MEDIA, Page 16 Blue Angels with help from AE2 David Schmidt Oct. 25.

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Government guidelines on political activities


By Staff


E election Day is Tuesday. All mil-
itary members and federal
employees are reminded of the
guidelines pertaining to government
political activities.
The following is a simplified
overview of the important points:
Active duty personnel may:
Participate (in a personal, not
official, capacity) in local, nonpartisan
political activities, so long as they are
not in uniform, do not use govern-
ment property or resources, it does
not interfere with duty and does not
imply government position or involve-
ment.
Register, vote and express person-
al opinions.
Encourage other military mem-
bers to exercise voting rights.
Join a political club, and attend
political meetings and rallies as a
spectator when not in uniform.
Make monetary contributions to a
political organization.
Sign petitions for specific legisla-
tive action or to place a candidate's
name on the ballot.
Write letters to the editor
expressing personal views.
Display bumper stickers on pri-
vate vehicles.
Active duty personnel may not:


Use official authority to influ-
ence/interfere with the outcome of an
election or solicit money or votes for a
candidate or issue.
Be a candidate for or hold civil
office (with few very limited excep-
tions.)
Participate in partisan political
campaigns, speeches, articles,
TV/radio discussions.
Serve in official capacity or spon-
sor a partisan political club.
Conduct political opinion survey.
March or ride in partisan pa-
rades.
Participate in organized, partisan
effort to transport voters to polls.
Promote political dinners or fund-
raising events.


Attend partisan events as official
representative of Armed Forces.
Display large signs/banners/pos-
ters on private vehicles.
Remember: Any activity that may
be viewed as directly or indirectly
associating Department of Defense
with partisan politics is prohibited.
Civilian employees may:
Participate in non-partisan politi-
cal activities.
Express opinion on political sub-
jects.
Be politically active in non-parti-
san questions.
Participate in non-partisan civic,
community, social, labor or profes-
sional organizations.
Participate fully in public affairs
where no compromise of efficiency or
integrity of the employee or agency.
Participate in political organiza-
tions.
Serve as an officer of political
party or group.
Attend/participate in nominating
caucuses.
Organize a political organization
or group. -
Participate in political conven-
tions, rallies or other gatherings.
Participate in political cam-
paigns.
See ELECTION, Page 16


Mickey Rooney joins cast of

USO 65th Anniversary Gala
From the NAS Jax USO
M ickey Rooney and his wife, Jan, are joining the
cast of the Greater Jacksonville Area USO
65th Anniversary Gala "Thanks for the
Memories" this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Times-
Union Performing Arts Center's Moran Theatre. The
couple will sing the classic "Let's Call the Whole Thing
Off," a recording Rooney made with Judy Garland.
Rooney is celebrating more than 80 years in show
business and has ties to the military through his serv-
ice in 1944 where he entertained the troops during
World War II. Born in 1920 in Brooklyn, N.Y. to par-
ents who were vaudeville performers, Rooney made his
debut at age 17 months.
He went on to star in more than 200 films and
earned an Honorary Oscar for Lifetime Achievement, a
special Juvenile Oscar in 1939, five Oscar nominations,
one Emmy Award and two Golden Globes.
Many remember him for the Andy Hardy series of
See USO GALA, Page 16


TOUCINaGg Xtreme Challenge Adventure Race coming up open to all active duty, reservists, retirees and Department of Defense personnel.
Competitors are needed for the Xtreme Challenge Adventure Race Dec. 7-8 at Teams are responsible for their own gear and lodging at Kings Bay.
A S E NSB Kings Bay, Ga. The event will include kayaking, climbing, repelling, cross- Winners will receive a free trip to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to participate in their
country running, swimming, biking, orienteering, marksmanship and team chal- Xtreme Challenge Feb. 17-19. Only active-duty military members qualify for this
lenges, trip. Participants must sign up by Nov. 15.
Teams must be composed of four members including one female. The event is For more information, call Meghan Brophy at 542-3518.


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Looking back in time.


HEY MONEYMANI


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A flight officer makes a final check of the bombs on an aircraft at NAS Jacksonville in July 1942.


File photo


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Duitin grets his fingers stuck In a


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ABH3 CARLOS VARGAS

Job title/command:
NAS Jacksonville
Air Operations Terminal

Hometown: New York City

Family Life: I'm married with a boy and a
girl.

Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy
(CV 67)

Career Plans: To someday own my own
automotive business.

Most Interesting Experience: Working
with the finest crash and salvage crew on
board USS John F. Kennedy.

Words of Wisdom: Be prepared for the
future.


Hey, MoneyMan!
I want to invest for the
future and I have heard a
lot of discussion about reg-
ular Individual Retirement
Accounts (IRA's) and Roth
IRA's.
It seems that one is tax
deductible and the other is
not. It all seems very con-
fusing to me, but I think I
should invest in something.
Do you have any recom-
mendations?
MoneyMan Sez:
What should you do?
First of all, do something
and for the best advice, talk
to an expert. In general,
those who invest in either
the regular IRA or the Roth
IRA will normally be much
better off than those who
do not invest in either.
It is true that you will be
able to deduct contributions
from the regular IRA and
not from the Roth IRA, but
the question is, what hap-
pens when you start taking
the money out?
There actually are
advantages to both. Let's
say you have $4,000 to con-
tribute to your IRA. If you
choose the regular IRA, you
will get a tax break on your
federal income taxes. If
you contribute $4,000 to a
Roth IRA and you are in
the 28 percent percent tax
bracket, you will need an


additional $1,556 in order
to pay the taxes on the non-
deductible account.
So in reality, you will
need $5,556 in order to con-
tribute $4,000. That is the
bad news. The good news is
that the taxes are paid and
there will be no tax on the
growth of the investment,
while you will need to pay
taxes on the money with-
drawn from the regular
IRA.
The tax difference could be
significant. In addition,
with a Roth IRA, you are
not required to take a dis-
tribution and you may pass
on your IRA to your chil-
dren and grandchildren,
tax-free.
One other factor to con-
sider, however, is if you
,took out a regular IRA and
invested the tax advantage
of $1,556 per year, in 35
years you would accumu-
lated an additional
$320,000 for your retire-
ment.
The bottom line is that
there no "right" answer to
the question of which IRA
is better for everyone.
However, investing in one
or both of them is far better
than not investing at all.

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


Resident survey being distributed
From the NAS lax Housing Office
A resident satisfaction survey will soon be distributed to
all NAS Jax base housing residents and residents of the
Yellow Water Housing Area. The survey package will
include a letter of introduction, the survey, a pre-
addressed/pre-paid return envelope and a comment card.
This survey is part of the housing office's performance
assessment program and participation is crucial.
Cooperation and candid responses of residents will help
improve the housing office's service to its customers.
For more information, call the NAS Jax Housing Office
at 542-2996.


SUNDAY SERVICES

You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Ser-ices this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:15 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.






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor MC1 (SW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JAX AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the IM AIR lNEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The In AIR NWli can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email JaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the AM AIR NEWS, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JAX AIR NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
ing advertisements should be directed to:


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


b~nmrT rR IVII- .,..

: WILLIE KELLEY

Job title/command:
( H NAS Jax Environmental
Department

Hometown: Brookshire,
Texas

Family Life: Married for 20 years with an
18-year-old son and 16-year-old daughter.

Past Duty Stations: Retired at NAS Jax in
2000.

Career Plans: To continue my college edu-
cation.

Most Interesting Experience: When I
fell overboard off a ship while surveying an
area in Port Said.

Words of Wisdom: Be true to yourself first
and then to others.






ax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 2, 2006 3


Photo by MC2 Jason Trevett
Navy Diver SN Carlos Ramirez talks with 15-year-old Christian Timones, left, and his friend at
the 2006 NAS Jax Air Show. This underwater demonstration gives the public an opportunity
to speak with Navy divers and get an insight about one of the Navy's most challenging career
opportunities.


Navy Recruiting dives


into NAS Jax Air Show


By MC2 Jason Trevett
Special Contributor
Navy Recruiting District Jackson-
ville held a recruiting exhibition at
the 2006 NAS Jax Air Show Oct.
27-29.
The highlight of the exhibition was a
6,800-gallon portable dive tank from Navy
Expeditionary Combat Command from
Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, Va.'
The clear tank allowed visitors to watch
Navy divers demonstrate work in an
underwater environment and talk to the
divers. One of the divers, Senior Chief
Explosive Ordnance Disposalman (SW/SS)
Scott Treible, force recruiter, has repre-
sented Navy diving in 18 shows, around
the country, this year.
"I think having the Navy's recruiting
presence here at the air show and letting
the public know what we do is extremely
important," said Treible. He added that
the diving demonstration not only attracts
interest from the public but also from


Sailors looking for new challenges in their
Navy careers.
Christian Timones, 15, from Jackson-
ville, said the demonstration impressed
him so much that he wants to explore a
Navy career when he graduates from high
school.
"The demonstration was really cool,
because I was able to talk to a Navy diver
while he. was underwater and meet some
Navy leaders," said Timones. "I got some
pamphlets and information from them,
and I think it's a really interesting job."
The dive tank wasn't the only thing on
the minds, of potential Sailors. Other dis-
plays also gave Treible and fellow
recruiter, NC1 Mark Boyd, a chance to
speak with many young people about a
future in the Navy.
"We had hundreds of people come and
tour our flight simulator, and our interac-
tive video truck to learn more about the
Navy and our mission," said Boyd. "It's
just an absolutely great venue for us."


Elliptical machine

authorized for

Spring PRT
From Chief of Naval Personnel
Public Affairs
Commanders may now authorize the
elliptical trainer as an alternative
testing option for the cardio portion
of the Physical Readiness Test's (PRT) 1.5
mile run beginning with the Spring 2007
Physical Fitness Cycle.
"This option provides a challenge equal
to the run with much less impact to the
lower extremities," said Heather Pouncey,
Physical Readiness Program Office direc-
tor. "The addition of the elliptical trainer
as a testing option expands our support for
Sailors and commands to maintain a fit
and fully mission ready force."
As with the swim and treadmill options,
commanders and officers-in-charge main-
tain discretion in authorizing the elliptical
trainer for the physical readiness test.
The elliptical trainer test is a 12-minute
fixed-time test which correlates the results
to the 1.5 mile run. The elliptical trainer
test will provide the Sailors caloric output,
which will be converted into a run time.
The run performance standard charts, in
OPNAVINST 6610.1H, will determine the
PRT score. The goal is 'to burn as many
calories as possible during the 12-minute
test.
The testing procedures for the author-
ized elliptical trainers will be sent to the
fleet via NavAdmin at the end of this year.
Run time conversion charts, caloric output
goal charts, testing procedures and
answers to frequently asked questions will
be available on the Physical Readiness


Program office Web site, www.npc.navy.
mil/commandsupport/physicalreadiness
next January.
Elliptical trainers reduce the shock asso-
ciated with running and decrease the risk
of further damage to those with previous
lower extremity injuries.
The authorized models of elliptical train-
ers for the official PRT test include: the
Life Fitness (models CT 9500 HR, 95 XI,
91 X1 and 91X), Percor model EFX-Navy
and Nautilus model E9.16.
Sailors are encouraged to use any type of
elliptical trainer for their aerobic work out
to improve fitness and overall health and
wellness.
For more information on this new policy,
refer to NavAdmin293/06.


CFC Horseshoe

Tournament



The first CFC Horseshoes Singles Tournament is Nov. 16 at
10 a.m. at The CBQ Courtyard (Building 822)
Cost: $5 Entry deadline is Nov. 8
Prize: The first place winner will be awarded
POC: CW03 Peterson 542-8191, Angela Roberson 542-3534
Ext. 107, CS1 St. George 542-0420


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NAVSUP announces holidays mailing dates
From Naval Supply Systems Command able basis. The maximum weight and size
limits are 15 pounds and 60 inches in
he Naval Supply Systems Corn- length and girth combined. From over-
mand's (NAVSUP) Postal Policy seas locations, items mailed at Parcel Post
Division notes it is not too early to rates are sent to CONUS by air on a space
mail your 2006 holiday cards, letters, and available basis. The maximum weight
packages. To and size limit are
ensure delivery by 70 pounds and 130
Dec. 25, it is rec- inches in length
ommerided that and girth com-
your holiday items bined.
be mailed by the It is also recom-
dates listed below. > l mended that cus-
For military tomers check with
mail addressed to their local civilian
APO/FPO address- or military post
es: l office for informa-
For military / tion on size restric-
mail from APO tions and possible
and FPO address-. need for customs
es: declaration forms.
Express Mail Additionally, cus-
Military Service is tomers are advised
available from that certain mail
selected military restrictions apply
post offices. If i and some items
mailing to an r are non-mailable.
APO/FPO address Examples are:
check with your switchblade
local post office to knives, pornogra-
determine if this phy, controlled
service is available, substances, and explosive or incendiary
Parcel Airlift Mail (PAL) is a service that devices. If in doubt as to what can or can-
provides air transportation for parcels on a not be sent through the mail, contact your
space-available basis. It is available for local post office or military post office.
Parcel Post items not exceeding 30 pounds As a final note, customers are cautioned
in weight or 60 inches in length and girth that packages must not be mailed in boxes
combined. The applicable PAL fee must that have markings related to any type of
be paid in addition to the regular surface hazardous material, such as bleach, alco-
rate of postage for each addressed piece hol, or cleaning fluids. Parcels found by
sent by PAL service. the U.S. Postal Service with such mark-
Space Available Mail refers to parcels ings or labels on the outside of the box will
mailed to APO/FPO addresses at parcel not be processed. Instead, they will be
post rates that are first transported handled as "non-mailable matter," regard-
domestically by surface and then to over- less of the contents or what is listed on the
seas destinations by air on a space avail- U.S. Customs form.

Navy more flexible on advancement exams
From Chief of Naval Personnel The initiative will allow commands with
Public Affairs Sailors who are unable to participate in
regularly scheduled exams to take the
ailors assigned to designated combat exams on a more flexible schedule. Sailors
areas around the world will now may take an exam up to two months prior
have the flexibility to take advance- to a scheduled departure to one of the des-
ment exams at alternate times authorized ignated combat zones- currently Iraq,
in NavAdmin 290/06 released Oct. 19. Afghanistan, or the Horn of Africa.
The change is part of a new set of initia- "The bottom line is that no Sailor will be
tives aimed at rewarding individual aug- required to take an exam while in a com-
mentees serving in combat zones and is bat zone," said Harvey. "We want these
designed to allow Sailors to have the prop-
er amount of time to study for advance- Sailors concentrating on their mission and
ment exams. not worrying about exams until they
'We have to show Sailors that we value return.
the job they are doing," said Chief of Naval Sailors who miss two exam cycles due to
Personnel Vice Adm. John Harvey Jr. deployments in the combat zones, will
"While they are overseas concentrating on have the opportunity to take two make-up
the mission at hand, we want them to exams. If selected for advancement, their
know that we are taking care of their date of advancement will be backdated to

careers and will set them up for success the effective date of advancement for the
upon their return." previous cycle for which they missed.


HS-5 on patrol in Med

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Photos by IC2 Miguel Contreras
(From left) AW2 Stephanie Williams, AW2 Danielle Schultz and AW3 Christina Gruwell
assigned to a search and rescue air crew team from HS-5, take photos of the Sicilian
coastline as the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) tran-
sits the Strait of Messina Oct. 22. Dwight D.
Eisenhower, flagship for Carrier Strike Group
Eight, recently departed Naples, Italy following a-
scheduled four-day port visit.

A HH-60H Seahawk assigned to the
"Nightdippers" of HS-5, conducts a vertical
replenishment at sea with the liconderoga-class
guided-missile cruiser USS Anzio (CG 68) Oct.
21. HS-5 is embarked aboard the Nimitz-class
aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN
69), part of Carrier Air Wing Seven. Elements of
the Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group
Eight, departed their homeports Oct. 3, for a reg-
ularly scheduled deployment in support of mar-














A SH-60F Seahawk helicopter from the HS-5 "Nightdippers" performs channel guard
duty off the coast of Spain while the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN 69) transits the Strait of Gibraltar Oct. 14. Ike is deployed in support
of maritime security operations.


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Army looking for Sailors


through Blue to

From the Chief of Naval
Operations Office
he Blue to Green Program offers
transitioning Sailors the option of
continuing active duty service with
the Army without any break in service.
Sailors retain the benefits of active service
while using the valuable training, knowl-
edge, skills and abilities they developed in
the Navy.
Transition to the Army may be particu-
larly beneficial for Sailors separating from
the Navy under Perform to Serve, E4 high-
year tenure or junior officers subject to
involuntary release from active duty. The
Army is currently offering qualified active
duty recruits a combination of bonuses up
to $40,000.
Recently, Army Recruiting Command
has resumed responsibility for all
INCONUS Blue to Green recruiting.
Interested Sailors should visit the Army
Web site at www.goarmy.com/btg/ for more
information.
Commands are required to assist eligible
Sailors who express interest in this volun-
tary program, in part, by aiding the Sailor
to complete Form DD 368. Sailors should
obtain the required DD 368 through their
Army recruiter. The Army uses the DD
368 to coordinate separation information
that will be contained later in the DD 214.
Army recruiting requests Navy help to
ensure the following data is contained in
the remarks section of the DD 368: last
day of active duty (EAOS), reenlistment
eligibility code, separation program desig-


Green Program
nation code, narrative to explain the code,
rate/occupational speciality, leave balance
to be carried over to the Army and days of
lost time.
Once the DD 368 and the associated pre-
enlistment paperwork are completed, the
Sailor will proceed by direction of their
recruiter to the nearest military entrance
processing station (MEPS). At MEPS, the
Sailor will select their military occupation-
al specialty and then receive a job reserva-
tion form that guarantees a job, bonus
and/or duty assignment. The Sailor will
then serve out their Navy obligation (in
the Navy) until their EAOS. After receiv-
ing their Navy discharge, the Sailor will
normally ship out for the Army the day
after their EAOS or shortly thereafter.
Sailors will be required to ship out from
the initial processing MEPS.
The Army is also seeking qualified junior
officers to serve on active duty. Officers
may apply for an interservice transfer
using application procedures in MILPERS-
MAN 1300-080. Commanding officer
endorsements are required. Once approved
for transfer by Navy Personnel Command,
the request will be forwarded to the Army
for approval. Members should anticipate
three months for the Army to approve
their request and process orders.
For more information on the Blue to
Green Program, call ETCS Roland Midgett
at (901) 874-4439/DSN 882 or email
roland.midgett@navy.mil. Officers should
contact Keith Chappell at (901) 874-
2085/DSN 882 or email keith.chappell@
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Photo courtesy of Naval Hospital fax
Members of the Naval Hospital's Ribbons and Roses Support Group, staff members and
American Cancer Society representatives join on the hospital quarterdeck to cut a cake mark-
ing Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Front row (left to right): Brenda Thomas; Enid Vargas.
Back row: Director, Surgical Services Cmdr. Kimberly Harlow; Nora Karpowicz; Nikki
Levinson-Lustgarten, registered nurse and breast health educator; Aine and Fred Harris; Amy
Scanlin; Estella Green; Director, Nursing Services Capt. Bonnie Holder; Diana and Bob
Howey; Haydee Williamson and ACS Kathleen Tillotson along with one unidentified ACS rep-
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Breast Health Awareness Month


By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jax Marketing
N aval Hospital Jacksonville
observed Breast Health Awareness
Day Oct. 18 with a cake cutting
ceremony and breast health fair to pro-
mote learning opportunities, such as self-
breast exams and the importance of
screening mammograms for early detec-
tion.
Director for Nursing Capt. Margaret
"Bonnie" Holder kicked off the celebration
with a cake cutting as many local breast
cancer survivors looked on. She said, "For
more than 20 years, National Breast
Cancer Awareness Month has educated
women about early breast cancer detec-
tion, diagnosis, and treatment. More
than 200,000 women will be diagnosed
with breast cancer this year.
Mammography screenings are a woman's
best chance for detecting breast cancer
early. When coupled with new treatment
options, mammography screening can sig-
nificantly improve a women's chance of
survival."
Spearheaded by Nikki Levinson-
Lustgarten, registered nurse and breast
health educator, the one-day event recog-
nizes October as National Breast Cancer
Awareness Month. She said, "Because of
my own personal family history-my
mother, my cousins died from breast can-
cer, all victims of pre-menopausal breast
cancer-I want women to know the impor-
tance of early detection -through breast


self-exams, especially by young women. I
want ,them to know early detection
improves their chances of survival and
that there is life after breast cancer."
National Breast Cancer Awareness
Month has been celebrated for over two
decades, building breast cancer awareness
and providing information and hope for
future innovations in cancer research. As
a result, breast cancer survivors make up
the largest group of cancer survivors.
The National Cancer Institute and the
American Cancer Society report at least
80 percent of the women who get breast
cancer have no family history of the dis-
ease.
African-American women suffer a 30
percent greater mortality rate from breast
cancer than White women and more than
a 100 percent greater mortality rate from
breast cancer than women from Hispanic,
Asian, and American Indian populations.
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increases with age, with a woman at age
70 having twice as much of a chance of
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Sailors assigned to the weapons department aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) clear as a SH-60F Seahawk
assigned to the "Emerald Knights" of HS-75 picks up ammunition during a vertical replenishment Oct. 21. The nuclear-
powered aircraft carrier is currently maintaining qualifications as part of the fleet response plan.


'Fighting the Crud'

Naval Health Research Center kicks off
vaccine trials to stop boot camp adenovirus


By Larry Coffey
Navy Medicine Support Command PAO
P hases two and three
of FDA-approved tri-
als of a drug devel-
oped to stop the traditional
"boot camp crud" began
here Oct. 7 and could even-
tually reduce illness in as
many as 1/5 of Sailors
entering theNavy.
The adenoviral illness is
caused by viral pathogens,
or germs, that can make
Sailors sick, said Cmdr.
Kevin Russell, a medical
epidemiologist from the
Naval Health Research
Center (NHRC) in San
Diego and the Navy's lead
physician overseeing the
Navy's port ion of the Army-
led joint Army/Navy trials.
To ensure safety and
effectiveness, several stud-
ies. or "trials." must be con-
ducted before the vaccine is;
licensed by the Food and
Drug Administration.
Phase one saw 58 volunteer
Army medics as subjects
and was completed in 2004.
Russell said phases two'
and three should be com-
plete in late 2007.
"Careful FDA-licensing
trials take many years,"
Russell explained. "The
adenovirus vaccine trials
are on an accelerated sched-
fe. Use of vaccines in all
recruits may begin in 2009."
"Russell said an estimated


10-20 percent of all recruits
lose some time from train-
ing due to adenoviral ill-
ness, Iclearly impacting
recruit training success and
readiness.
"Two types of the
pathogens serotype-4 and
serotype-7 have a long,
long history of making mili-
tary recruits sick with
fever, sore throat, cough,
and sometimes upset stom-
achs and other symptoms,"
Russell said. "Recruits
with adenoviral illness usu-
ally feel sick for three to 10
days, and this can impact
their training."
Though very rare, compli-
cations from the illness
such as severe pneumonia
have resulted in death.
The goal of the trials is to
replace oral vaccines that
were given to U.S. military
recruits from 1971 to early
1999. NHRC surveillance;
of the illness from 1996-
2001 determined that the
adenovirus illness was still
a problem and thus a vac-
cine was still needed.
"Unfortunately, the only
manufacturer of adenovirus
vaccines stopped produc-
tion in 1996, and the U.S.
military had to work to find
a new manufacturer when
the last of .the vaccine sup-
ply, ran out in 1999,"
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W hat is the truth?
First of all, there are prophetic and powerful
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sonal lives and professional lives. Moreover, if we
embrace the truth and align ourselves with the truth, we
are also credible. The truth is should always be intimately
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perpetuated not by the marginalized, but by some of the
best and brightest in our nation. In fact, lately we are
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Photo by MC2 Jason Trevett
The crowd gazes at the Blue Angels during their aerial demonstration at the air show.


Photo by MC3 David Didier
Jim LeRoy (right) and Jurgis Kairys demonstrate their dog-fighting techniques.


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor
More than 250,000 spectators strolled
the NAS Jacksonville flight line last week-
end to enjoy the 2006 NAS Jax Air Show
and to celebrate the 60th anniversary of
the Navy's Flight Demonstration Team,
the Blue Angels. Luckily, the weather held
out and military and civilian performers
treated visitors to three days of entertain-
ing flying feats.
As visitors checked out the numerous
static displays along the flight line and
chatted with representatives sponsoring
the various aircraft, others set up their
chairs in anticipation of the day's aerobatic
performances.
The U.S. Army Special Operations
Command Black Daggers Parachute Team
opened the day's festivities, sailing down
to the tarmac with Old Glory in tow as the
Navy Region Southeast Band performed
the national anthem.
The roar of engines quickly punctured
the morning quietness as the first planes
took to the skies. Visitors were treated to
demonstrations from several civilian per-
formers including the Manfred Radius in
his Salto Sail Plane, GEICO Skytypers,
Patty Wagstaff, Gene Saucy and Teresa
Stokes with their wing walking act, Frank
Ryder in the Oreck XL Cyclone, Dave
.Marco in his P-51D Mustang, Jim Leroy
and Jurgis Kairys' TinStix of Dynamite,
Capt. Dale Snodgrass in the F-86 Sabrejet,
and the Disabled American Veteran's
"Panchito" B-25J Michell Bomber.
Many of the spectators were
impressed with the precision
and skills demonstrated
by the performers.
"This is awesome!
I've never been to
an air show
before. I really
enjoy seeing
all the older
aircraft per-
form. It just
amazes me
that they
are so heavy
and can fly
the way they
do. All the
performers 0 (0
have been
great!" said John
Boxley of
Jacksonville.
"I really enjoyed Patty
Wagstaff's performance.
She's absolutely spectacular and
such a daredevil. I'd love to go for a ride
with her," added Dorothy Pearson.
Military aircraft also performed an array
of aerial maneuvers much to the delight of
those in attendance. Demonstrations from
the Navy's P-3 Orion, S-3 Viking and Air
Force A-10 Thunderbolt II, F-15E Strike
Eagle and F-16 Fighting Falcon kept the
audience in awe.
However, not all of the action was in the
sky. After several booms pierced the air,
curious eyes scanned the skies looking for


Photo by MC2(AW) Suzi Cornell
Zachery and Christian Padgett sit in a
Versadome where they are able to view an
interactive video sponsored by Navy
Recruiting during the NAS Jax Air Show.
the plane gone supersonic. Sights shifted
to Kent Shockley and his Super
Shockwave Jet Truck as he throttled the
engines before roaring down the runway at
nearly 300 mph.
'Wow! What a ride that was! I thought it
was going to be really rough but it was a
pretty smooth ride. I just can't
believe we were actually
O going that fast. I'm
thrilled I got to ride
in the truck," said
Mike Harris,
pressroom man-
ager at The
F 1 ori d.a
Times-Un-
ion who rode
in the jet
truck
Saturday
afternoon.
In addi-
ANNIVERSARY tion to aerial
A ESARYdemonstra-
FTHEBLUE ANGELS tions, the
OCTOBER 27-29 show featured
numerous booths
showcasing the dif-
ferent branches of
'ik the Armed Forces. The
Navy was on hand with
their simulator trucks which
allowed visitors to try their hand at flying
various Navy aircraft while Deep
Sea/Explosive Ordnance Disposal divers
played games of tic-tac-toe underwater,
Marine recruiters chatted with visitors
and Air Force recruiters discussed their
mission.
Thousands of children enjoyed the day's
festivities including the inflatable rides
See AIR SHOW, Page 13


Photo by MC2 Jason Trevett
The Shock Wave Jet Truck heats up for a 300-mph run at the 2006 NAS Jax Air Show.


Photo by MC2(AW/NAC) Lynn Friant
Spectators view naval flight demonstrations during the air show this weekend.


Photo by MC2(AW) Suzi Cornell
U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Joshua Bruce from Photo by MC2 Joseph Olivares
Savannah, Ga., does some pull-ups at the Dylan Alack, 4, of Fruit Cove plays with the
Explosive Ordnance Disposal diving booth controls of a helicopter on display at the
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A ember of. the United States Army Special
Operations Command Parachute Demonstration
Team, "llhe Black Daggers," brings in the Aneri-
can flag to kick off the air show.


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Teresa Stokes, top stuntwoman wing-walker in the world, and Gene Soucy, one of the most respected and
proficient air show pilots in American aviation, wow the crowd with one of their death-defying stunts.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
SK3 Nick Tobin of USS John F. Kennedy checks out the B-25J Michell Bomber "Panchito." The aircraft was a bomber with the 396th
Bomb Squadron, 41st Bomb Group, 7th Air Force, stationed in the Central Pacific.


Dalton Thompson (left) plays in Kid Zone during the air show.


Hundreds
of spectators
at the NAS jax
Air Show line up
to tour one of
the many
helicopters
on display.


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SIU-Carbondale graduates 143 students

From Southern Illinois ,l i' -
University Carbondale


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Dr. Charla Lautar, director, Southern Illinois University (SIU)
Carbondale School of Allied Health, College of Applied
Sciences and Arts, gives the commencement address during
the SIU graduation ceremony at the NAS jax All Saints Chapel
Oct. 27.


Southern Illinois University
Carbondale held commence-
ment exercises at All Saints
Chapel at NAS Jacksonville Oct. 27
for 143 graduates that include mili-
tary and Department of Defense per-
sonnel from NAS Jacksonville, NS
Mayport, and NSB Kings Bay, Ga.,
dependents and other civilians.
The baccalaureate degrees awarded
were aviation management, electronic
systems technologies, health care
management, and workforce educa-
tion and development. The SIUC/
USN partnership in Northeast
Florida is more than 30 years old.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono
welcomed the graduates and their
families offering her congratulations
to the degree candidates. Dr. Charla
Lautar, director of the School of
Allied Health in Carbondale, deliv-
ered the commencement address and
on behalf of the university, conferred
the degrees. Lt. Cmdr. Jon Cruz, a
graduate of the local electronics pro-
gram in 1992, welcomed the new
Saluki alumni on behalf of the
Alumni Association.
Graduates from the three programs
offered at NAS Jacksonville are:
Oluyinka Adefisan; Cheryl Age;
Emaritt Allen; Sherry Alston; Keith
Anglin; Sylvia Avila; Bradley Baca;
Deborah Bannister; Henry Batiste;
Eleanor Bishop; Charles Blackwell;
Silbethia Blue; Donald Buchanan;


Students from Southern Illinois University anxiously wait for their names to be
called to receive their diplomas at the graduation ceremony.


Michael Cain, Jr.; Felecia Campbell;
William Carey; Craig Carlton; Elsa
Chaderton; Frederick Cole; Rebecca
Cullen; Dempsey Daniels; Jamal
Davis; Teadra Devillars; Norman
Dixson; Shawn Dominik; Jacqueline
Douglas-Nelson; Vanessa Feacher;
Duane Fuller; Luis Garcia; Douglas
Graham; Jeffrey Hayes; Shanique
Howard;
Lavanya Jagriti; Mitchell Jordan;,
Kelvin Key; Michael Kirk; Thomas
Kona; Darryl Kothmann; Rebecca
Kruck; Cedric Levert; Scott Lewis;
Michael Lieser; Jose Lopez; Larry
Lopez; Phillip Loveless; Eugene
Mackey; Bonnie Marron; Andrei


McArthur; James McLain; James
McLaughlin; Norman Mendoza;
Jason Middle; Kim Mills; James'
Mitchell; Michael Morgan; Dennis
Morrison; Martha Nelson; Anthony
Parker; Rosa Perez; Frank Ragin, Jr.;-
Lester Reese-Lyons; Catricia
Roberson; Willie Robinson II; Neil
Rosas; Kris Rosenstrom; Princess
Russell; Angel Santos; Monica
Santos; Deviene Scott; Vernon Stiles;
Margareth Stohner; Mark Summers;
Carlos Syquio; Ronald Tello; Timothy
Tenore; Benjamin Thornton; William
VanAbs; Rodolfo Vazquez; June.
Velez; Richard Wheeler; Daniel
Wicker and Mary Wimmer.


Hospital celebrates accomplishments of American workers with disabilities


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs


Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville staff hon-
ored their disabled
co-workers Oct. 27, with a
ceremony on the hospital
Quarterdeck. The theme for
the October 2006 obser-
vance is "Americans with
Disabilities: Ready for the
Global Workforce."
Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Wash-
ington, who, along with
Sharon Wesley, coordinated
the ceremony, noted that
the hospital has 49 staff
members who acknowledge
their disability and several
more who do not. Washing-
ton said, "Like all the rest
of us they get to work
everyday and are proud of
their work." She said, "We
are fortunate to live in an
inclusive society that cele-
brates all, regardless of the
packages they come in."
One of those hospital
employees, Linda Valentin,
who is deaf, was recently
nominated by the hospital
for the Department of the
Navy Employee with
Disabilities Award for
2006. Valentine works as a
hospital warehouse supply
technician.
Capt. Raquel Bono, hos-
pital commanding officer,
also was on hand to voice
her appreciation of the con-
tributions made by the dis-
abled everyday both at the
hospital and as Americans.
The special guest at the
observance was John
Gillrup, City of Jackson-
ville Chief of the Disabled
Services Division and
Americans with Disabilities
Act coordinator. Gillrup's
job is to improve the quali-
ty of life for Jacksonville
disabled as and to make all
city services as accessible
as possible.
Gillrup uses a wheelchair
but his condition has not
limited his accomplish-
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public relations with the
Social Security Admini-
stration, was the Florida
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abled Outdoors magazine,
and co-founded Florida
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students with disabilities
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trend "the politically cor-
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State University, an admis-
sion he had to make on
Florida Georgia Game
weekend, Gillrup said that
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Honor, courage, commitment and a badge


By MC1(SW/AW) Heather
Ewton
Assistant Editor
he responsibility of provid-
ing safety and security to
personnel and assets
aboard NAS Jacksonville belongs
to a .very important group of
Sailors. The team of master-at-
arms, (MA's) attached to NAS
Jacksonville's Security
Department have proven over
and over again that they are pre-
pared for every evolution that
comes their way.
"Military installations are basi-
cally' city inside of another city.
We uphold the rules within our
community. It is our job to keep
our integrity strong so we don't'
lose the trust of the public. We
are here to ensure that they are
safe. The public's trust is para-
mount and I strive for that every
day,"' replied MA2(SW/AW) Leon
Jefferies.
MA's are exposed to numerous .
different aspects of law enforce-
ment; therefore they are continu-
ously adapting to changes in their
training regimen. The rating pro-
vides Navy ships and commands
withantiterrorism force protec-
tion 'specialists who assist in
maintaining good order and disci-
pline, law enforcement and physi-
cal security duties. MA's enforce
orders and regulations, make
apprehensions, conduct investiga-
tions'and interrogations as yell
as prepare required records and
reports.
Due to the unique functions
and trust inherent in the MA rat-
ing, the quality of persorinnel
selected is of paramount impor-,
tance and requires strict adher-.
ence to eligibility criteria. Since
9/11, -the Navy has seen a signifi-
cant influx of personnel convert
into the MA rating. "I became an
MA because I wanted to do my
part in ensuring that the security
of our country was top-notch. I
plan on serving as a police officer
in the civilian sector later orn in
life, so being an LMA in the Navy
has been a stepping stone to my,
dream of becoming a police offi-
cer," said MA3 Mark James.1 "I
have been in for four years and
the rate has provided me with
valuable training that I will be


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Photos by MC1(SW,
MA3 Mark James prepares for the a
change by opening extra lanes on York
ensure an easy exit for those leaving
rush hour.
able to incorporate into my
future."
Another realm of security at
NAS Jacksonville that provides
the base with superior detection
capabilities is the Military
Working Dog (MWD) Unit.
MWD's are not born with those
capabilities but they are trained
exclusively by Sailors in the MA
-rating. MA2 Robert Callabro
recently reported to NAS Jax and
upon his arrival, he was assigned
to his "partner," Brit, a MWD that
specializes in bomb detection.


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A4.


ntternoon traffic
eroo are as high-pro-
dktown Avenue to file as working
the base during with MWD's, but
they hold the
utmost impor-
tance in the eyes of MA's and are
taken very seriously. "My favorite
part about being a MA is patrol.
It consists of riding around in the
vehicles, ensuring that things are
under control. It's a chance for me
to interact with the people that
we serve and I really feel like I
am making a difference," stated
MASN William Zito.
There are also areas of the job
that can be hard on the heart.
"The toughest part of the job is
seeing people, especially the chil-
dren,. who are hurt. You have to


MA2 Robert Callabro conducts bomb-detection trainingwith his Military
Working Dog, Brit.


go into a scenario knowing that
anything can happen and to be
prepared for anything." explained
James. "It can. go from one
extreme to another. One minute
you may be standing watch. the
next you could be breaking up a
domestic violence call."
Centuries of history behind the.
rating of MA have shown that it
takes a special type of Sailor to
carry out the duties and responsi-
bilities of the time-honored rate.
It is written that the MA was
truly-the master at all trades and
was a force to be reckoned with.
Today's MA's uphold the rules,


and regulations that govern the
Navy. One is always aware of the
presence of an MA because
they're presence alone represents
good order and discipline. They
are taught to know that wearing
the badge of a Navy MA means
that .they are the example and
that they are ambassadors to
good will and military bearing.
Note: There are many other areas of
the MA rating not specifically men-
tioned in this article. For more infor-
mation on the MA rating or how to
convert, Rog onto www.nko.navy.mil or
contact your command career coun-
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"Callabro and
Brit spend many
hours each day
building their
rapport with
each other,"
explained Ken-
nel Supervisor
MA1(AW) Kim-
berly Hayslip.
"Brit knows who
he is and is com-
pletely focused
on Callabro at
all times."
S Callabro and
SBrit have the
responsibility to
detect explosive
devices that
would harm per-
sonnel or other
-f2 assets to the
= installation. "I
have complete
trust in my dog
and he knows
. that he can
expect the same
from me. It has
to be that way
because lives are
at stake in our
field of work,"
stated Callabro.
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ANNIVERSARY

OF THE BLUE ANGELS

OCTOBER 27-29


SHOW


Photo by MC2(AW) Elzabeth li/eI I -
Spectators view civilian flight demonstrations during the air show.


Photo by MC2(AW/NAC) Lynn Friant
The U.S. Air Force Heritage Flight performs a formation flight with a P-51
Mustang, F-15 Eagle, F-16 Falcon and F-86 Sabrejet during the practice air
show at NAS Jacksonville Friday.


Photo by MC2(AW/NAC) Lynn Friant
Naval Sea Cadets of the Mayport Division watch the Blue Angels F/A-18 Hornets during the air show.


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for the NAS jax 2006 Air Show Friday. Wagstaff flies one of the most
thrilling, low-level aerobatic routines in the world. Flying before mil-
lions of air show spectators each year, her breathtaking performances
give spectators a front-row seat view of the precision and complexity of
modern, unlimited hard-core aerobatics.


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14 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 2, 2006


Local Sailor builds big dreams


ByMC2(AW)
Regina Brown
Staff Writer
,O besity has plagued
much of HM2 Asha-
lyn Porter's life. As
a child she was overweight
and also had to deal with
an almost 75-pound
weight gain after giving
birth nine years ago to her
daughter.
"Growing up overweight
is hard. People who don't
suffer from obesity can't
understand what it's like
as a child to live like that,"
said, Porter a lab techni-
cian at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville.
I Six years ago, she had
enough of not being
healthy and took her prob-
lem into her own hands.
To battle this ever-grow-
ing problem, she imple-
mented a strict strength
training routine into her
lifestyle. Being an over-
weight child was reason
enough to get on the road
to building a better body.
However, that's not the
only thing keeping her on
track.
"There are a lot of med-
ical issues that plague not
just my family, but
Americans as a whole
today. I'm just trying to
avoid having health prob-
lems and I love the way
working out makes me
feel," she said.
The past six years of her
11-year Navy career have
been focused on getting
healthy and growing mus-
cle.
Porter jokes, "When I
don't work out I get gym
mental syndrome -or
"GMS." Not working out
makes me feel really
cranky and grouchy. I just
feel terrible. My co-work-
ers know when I haven't
been to the gym."
:-Her trainer, ,Kelvin
Troutman, a retired
Sailor, helped her not just
build her body, but train
her muscle to become more
defined.
Her first competition
was three years later. at a
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation sponsored show
in Yokosuka, Japan. There
were a total of three
female competitors,
including Porter.
She placed first in the
Female Heavy-weight
Body and Overall.- Not a
small feat for her first
competition.
She also took first place
in the Unlimited Women
and Overall categories at
the 2004 All Forces
National Bodybuilding
Fitness and Figure
Championships in
Anaheim, Calif.
Her most recent win was
at a competition in
Orlando where she placed
first once again in the
Heavyweight Level compe-
tition. That competition
qualified her nationally to
compete in the Miami
National Bodybuilding
Competition early next
month.
Her training never ends,
even off-season. She dedi-
cates two hours each day
to the gym, with her first
session at 5 a.m., when
most of us are still sleep-
ing and her second one
later in the evening.
"My goal is not to be a
professional competitor,
but to help children who
are struggling with their
weight by being a fitness
instructor. I don't want
them to feel the way that I
did growing up," remarked
Porter.
When asked about her
military career intentions,
she playfully replied, "I
plan to retire from the


Navy. They always have
the better gym equip-
ment."
According to the
National Health and
Nutrition Examination
Survey given by the
National Center for
Health Statistics, over the
past three decades, the
percentage of U.S. chil-
dren between six and 11
years old with obesity has
risen from four percent to
13 percent, and the rate in
12 to 19-year-olds has
increased from five per-
cent to 14 percent.
For more information
about childhood obesity or
information on increasing
your overall wellness, visit
http://www.healthpolitics.o
rg or contact the NAS
Jacksonville Wellness
Center at 542-5292.


HM2 Ashalyn
Porter strength
trains at the NAS
Jax Fitness Source
Oct. 25. Porter is
training to com-
pete in a body-.'
building competi-
tion in Miami next
month.


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Take your risk assessment training with you


FLTCM(SW/AW).
Jacqueline DiRosa
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief


Loss of life through
wartime combat
operations is a tragic
reality. Loss of life on the
highways and roads,
through ignorance, poor
planning and bad judgment
is senseless and preventa-
ble.
In just the past fiscal
year, more than half of
total Navy and Marine
Corps mishaps were traffic
related. The Navy's three


FROM THE FLEET


youngest age groups, rang-
ing from 17 to 29-years-old,
had triple the fatality rate
of the 30 to 34 year group.
In the first quarter, the
Navy saw an average of 10
traffic-related deaths per
month and an average of
six deaths per month in the
last quarter. Alcohol,
fatigue, speed, and the rela-
tive youth of Sailors and
Marines were key factors in
these accidents. There is


FLTCM(SW/AW)
Jacqueline DiRosa


little doubt that these
Shipmates failed to proper-
ly assess their risks.
Safety management and
risk assessment have been
critical elements of our
Navy culture for many
years utilizing the
Operational Risk
Management (ORM) model.
There isn't a command
training exercise or deploy-
ment operation in which
ORM is not taken into con-


sidered as a tool to identify
the risks and weigh them
against the possible out-
comes. It has been proven
that the application of the
ORM model saves lives
when applied on the job
and ORM can be just as
effective in our personal
lives and off duty -activities,
especially when operating a
private motor vehicle.
As a refresher, the four
principles of ORM are:
Accept risk when bene-
'fits outweigh the cost.
Driving at high speeds to
prevent being UA from the


ship, or driving while
exhausted or under the
influence of alcohol or
drugs does not outweigh
the potential loss of your
life or that of others. There
is never a benefit from tak-
ing these risks. Slow down,
think about your actions,
and arrive alive!
Accept no unnecessary
risks.
Alcohol, exhaustion,
severe weather and poor
road conditions present
unnecessary risks when


See FLEET, Page 17


Photo by MC2(AW) Christopher Brown
Blue Angels Crew Chief AE2 David Schmidt gives a safety brief to Jeffrey Brumley, a writer for The Florida Times Union, left on
couch, and local television anchor Bryan Kelly Oct. 25. Brumley and Kelly rode with the Blue Angels as part of the 2006 NAS
Jacksonville Air Show events.


MEDIA: Brumley and Kelly fly


From Page 1


important, not only to our team, but
it also helps to get the word out that
the air show is coming,"'he said.
Prior to the flight, Kelly and
Brumley were meticulously briefed on
every detail in reference to their safe-
ty.
"Anything that is yellow or black in
the cockpit, don't touch. If you get air-
sick, there are white bags on your
right and left side. Go ahead and use
them as you need them," explained
Blue Angel Crew Chief AE2(AW)
David Schmidt. "The physical
demand of the flight is tough. About
95 percent of our guest riders pass
out but it will cause no harm to you
and the pilot will be able to see you in
his mirrors. He will be communicat-
ing with you the entire time."
Schmidt reassured the media rid-
ers, "He's an extremely experienced
pilot with years of training and you'll
be in safe hands with him."
Each rider was treated to 45 min-
utes of VIP treatment from Davis.
"Feel free to ask him to ease up if you
want or if you want to do another


maneuver, just let him know," stated
Blue Angel Crew Chief ADl(AW)
Patrick Palma.
After theii% flights, both Kelly and
Brumley were smiling from ear to
ear.
"I know now that not anyone can do
what they do. You have to be disci-
plined, you have to be in shape and
you have to be ready to deal with the
trials of this extremely challenging
job," explained Kelly.
"During Brian's ride, we started off
with a pretty dynamic move called
the 'low transition.' At about 50 feet
above the runway, we accelerated up
to 300 knots. I rapidly pitched the
aircraft up 45 degrees, went nose up
and with the afterburners lit, we
climbed up to 8,500 feet in about 10
seconds," explained Davis.
"You lose your nervousness pretty
quick when you're trying to stay con-
scious," said Kelly. "Seven was great
to fly with and he talked me through
every step."
"I was laughing and smiling the
whole time. It was a total rush to fly
inverted for more than 15 seconds
and the maneuvers were unbeliev-


with the Angels
able," exclaimed Brumley after his
ride. "I can't even imagine how a
fighter pilot can actually do their job
with all the gravity forces on their
body. All I had to do was sit in the
back seat but I'm covered in sweat
and I feel like I just ran a marathon."
After completing the media rides,
Davis was cool and collected with
.every strand of hair completely in
place. He took a moment to explain
the importance of media to the Blue
Angel's mission.
"By generating large crowds with
the help of the media, we are able to
show our team's demonstrations to
more people. That benefits the show
and the team because there are more
people as spectators and we have a
broader base of people to influence. It
gives us a larger opportunity to
demonstrate how great our jobs are
and how great the Navy and Marine
Corps team is as a whole," he said.
The flights were carried out
smoothly, everyone seemed to have a
good time and fortunately, no one had
to use the white bags located in the
cockpit.


VACCINE:Adenovirus vaccine trials to begin
From Page 7 Institute of Research. The guards are in place to plex studies at each site
Army trials are being con- ensure that recruits who because re-acquisition of
The U.S. Department of ducted at the Army Basic participate do so voluntari- safe and effective aden-
Defense has funded the Combat Training Center in ly and safely. More than ovirus vaccines is a very
company Barr/Duramed, to Fort Jackson, S.C. 100 research professionals high priority for the U.S.
be the sponsor of the aden- The Naval Health Re- are working on these com- military."


,-ovirus vaccine trials and to
,'eventually manufacture the
vaccines.
Russell's Navy aden-
,ovirus vaccine trial staff is
two active duty physicians,
11 full-time contractors and
110 part-time contractors.
His team is working closely
with the US Army Medical
Research and Materiel
Command in Fort Detrick,
Md., and researchers from
:,the Walter Reed Army


search Center has a long
history of successful re-
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infections, and NHRC
houses the Navy Respi-
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Russell said, making it the
ideal partner with the
Army research team.
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recruits will participate in
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Initiate/circulate nominating petitions.
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USO GALA: McMahon

and Rooney set to entertain


From Page 1
films he made with another
young star, Judy Garland.
Joining Rooney will be
Honorary Chairman and
Host Ed McMahon, the
Americana music of Patriot
Sounds, dance company A'
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sounds of Natural Truth,
the Jacksonville Jaguars
Cheerleaders "The Roar"
and the award-winning a
capella group, the
Metropolitans. Prior to the
start of the gala, Navy
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The "Thanks for the
Memories" events begin
earlier in the day with a
motorcycle ride that begins
with a 1 p.m. registration
at Parking Lot D of Alltel
Stadium. The ride around
Jacksonville will begin at 3
p.m. and proceed to the
Jacksonville Landing at 4
p.m. Arthur Crofton of
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avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free and available
to service members and their families and Department of
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traveling. We've all seen
the numbers and read the
stories of our shipmates
who failed to acknowledge
their limits and created
unnecessary risks to their
lives and our community.
Anticipate and manage
risk by planning
Planning is the most
effective way to manage
risk. Know the driving con-
ditions before setting out
and know who to call if you
have to change .plans.
Ensure someone, ideally in
your chain of command,
knows your plans, especial-
ly when traveling alone and
for long distances.
Recognize that getting back
on the road after being
deployed is an increased
risk, especially when there


have been changes in the
highway system and traffic
patterns.
Make risk decisions at
the right level.
Risk decisions start with
you. However, if you are
unsure how to properly
evaluate the risks you
should discuss your situa-
tion with your Chief or
supervisor and develop a
safe plan of action.
Additionally, if your ability
to make a safe decision is
impaired, it is always best
not to act at all until you
can do so safely.
To assist you in planning
your trip and evaluating
the driving risks, the Naval
Safety Center offers a web-
based PMV risk-assess-
ment tool called the Traffic
Risk Planning System
(TRiPS). This helpful tool


is available via Navy
Knowledge Online (NKO)
to anyone with an NKO
account. You can also visit
the Naval Safety Center
web page at www.safety-
. center.navy.mil for addi-
tional safety tips, training
materials, and detailed
information on how to
apply ORM on or off duty.
Your mentors and leaders
are responsible for provid-
ing the proper tools and
training to assist you in
making the right risk man-
agement decisions. It is
then your responsibility to
use the tools and training
to ensure the benefit of
your decisions outweighs
the risks involved. It is
critically important that
you employ the practices of
ORM in your personal life
and maintain an awareness


of the impact your decisions
can have on you and others.
Just as safety management
and risk assessment are,
key enablers to mission
readiness, they are also key
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NSC advises service members


By MC3 Patrick Grieco
Fleet Public Affairs Center Atlantic


As the holiday season approach-
es, the Naval Safety Center on
Naval Station Norfolk is
reminding Sailors and Marines to
practice safe driving.
"Your loved ones expect you to come
home," said Robert Crisler, executive
assistant of the Shore Safety Program
Directorate for the Naval Safety
Center. "They love you and they
expect you to be there to take care of
them."
The Department of the Navy lost 78
Sailors and 66 Marines on the high-
ways last fiscal year, pushing the
Navy to its highest traffic fatality
rate in a decade. The Marine Corps
also saw its heaviest losses in four
years.
"Sailors and Marines should exam-
ine risk factors and determine safe
ways to avoid them. Practicing safe
habits like using seatbelts, checking
tire pressure before leaving and
checking antifreeze levels can make


the difference between life and
death," said Crisler.
"It's a mere two to three seconds
sometimes, and it can save your life
and others', too," he added. "This fis-
cal year alone, we already have four
traffic deaths. We don't need any
more."
The safety center has several pro-
grams to help service members. Such
programs include Traffic 5100, 24/7:
Operation Summer Force Prevention
and the Army-developed program
called TRIPS, which allows any Navy
Knowledge Online user to sign in and
plan a trip. The program assesses any
risk involved in the trip for the driver
to see and sends a copy to their super-
visor.
Another way the center is attempt-
ing to lessen the fatality rate is by
identifying risky behavior and what
causes auto accidents. One way they
are doing this is, With the Driver
Assessment Tool program.
The Driver Assessment Tool pro-
gram is run by Dr. Rene Reitz, from


on safe driving
Kansas State University, which looks
at risk taking from a behavioral
sense.
"We look at any past problems peo-
ple may have had," Crisler continued.
"We also work with the JAG office to
ensure privacy."
"The Christmas season is coming
up, and people are becoming more
distracted," Williams said. "We just
ask people to stop and be mindful of
their situations. We've had way too
many deaths."
Drivers can help prevent these
deaths by using good judgment and
showing responsibility. Drivers
should try slowing down more, obey-
ing the speed limit, and leaving ade-
quate time to rest before driving.
"We really ask that people examine
their own behaviors when driving,"
Williams said. "If it doesn't appear to
be a good thing, it is more than likely
not a good thing."
For more information on safety,
visit the safety center's Web site at
www.safetycenter.navy.mil.


NEXCOM lowers prices to make calling home more affordable


By Kristine Sturkie
Navy Exchange Service Command Public Affairs
he Navy Exchange Service
Command (NEXCOM) has
negotiated lower prices on its
AT&T Direct Ocean Service (DOS)
per-minute calling rates as well as its
prepaid calling card program, effec-
tive Nov. 1.
"We expect these new lower rates to
save our Navy family nearly $1.8 mil-
lion per year," said Jennie Virden,
NEXCOM's afloat telecommunica-
tions manager. "We understand the
sacrifices Sailors and their families
make, especially being away from
loved ones for extended periods of
time. By lowering the prices on phone
calls, we hope to make that separa-
tion a little easier."
NEXCOM lowered the price on two
of its telecommunications programs,
namely ship-to-shore phone calls, and
domestic and international rates for


ashore phone cards. The price of
AT&T DOS per-minute calling rates
have been reduced for calls made
from ship to shore from 50 cents per
minute to 45 cents per minute.
Customers can now save up to 39 per-
cent on domestic state-to-state calls
and up to 47 percent on international
calls to the United States, including
Japan, Bahrain, Guam, Iraq and
Italy.
AT&T prepaid calling card prices
have also been simplified. NEXs will
now offer two different prepaid call-
ing cards, a $10 and a $20 version.
These cards will be available for pur-
chase at any NEX or NEX vending
machine. The prepaid cards have also
been modified so that customers can
check the balance or add more min-
utes to the card at any NEX cash reg-
ister.
Since its inception in 1946, the
NEX has been providing products and
services at the best value to military


members and their families. The
Navy Exchange System includes
Navy Lodges, Navy Uniforms, Ship's
Stores and Navy Exchange Stores at
installations throughout the world,
which are all an essential part of the
Navy's quality of life benefit.
NEXCOM is headquarters for the
worldwide Navy Exchange System.
Its mission is to provide authorized
customers quality goods and services
at a savings and to support quality of
life programs for active-duty military,
retirees, reservists and their families.
Navy Exchanges are run as non-
appropriated fund activities: that is.
they are self-sufficient and do not
receive appropriated or taxpayer dol-
lars. NEXCOM is responsible for the
oversight of 107 Navy Exchange com-
plexes, with 344 stores worldwide, 45
Navy Lodges, ship's stores and the
Uniform Program Management
Office.


Online appointment system available for ID cards


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on the Web site to
avoid the wait associated
with walk in customers.
Appointments can be made
by civilians, retirees and
active duty members in
advance for all types of ID
cards. Appointments are
taken from 9 a.m. 3 p.m.


daily. Walk in customers
will continue to be served
on a first come, first served
basis; however, customers
with appointments have
priority.
Appointments can be
made online at
www.psalant.navy.mil.
Appointments can be can-
celled or rescheduled by the
customer on the Web site
and the site also shows
when scheduled outages
will occur.


All dependent children
are required to have an ID
card when they turn 10
years old. All dependent
children transferring over-
seas must have an ID card.
If ID cards are required for
more than one dependent,
make individual appoint-
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ID cards can be reissued
30-45 days prior to current
expiration date and can be
requested by mail for any-
one who is not physically


able to travel to the
Personnel Support
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Employees at DHS have been contacted
by an individual representing himself as
working for Bynum Associates. This indi-
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perhaps on behalf of OPM, from federal
employees in reference to their retirement.
The information being requested includes
the employee's social security number and
other pertinent personnel data.
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time to collect information of this nature
from federal employees. If you receive such
a call, do not provide the requested infor-
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Southeast Region employees get AFRS recognition

By M=C2 (S W/A W)
Rebecca Kruck
Staff Writer


he Armed Forces Recrea-
tion Society (AFRS)
Awards program recognizes
those who contribute to the recre-
ation and quality of life of active
duty personnel, retirees, families
and civilians associated with the
armed services.
This year two Navy Region
Southeast staffers, Capt.
Matthew Schellhorn, chief of staff
for Navy Region Southeast, and
Heidi Sheaffer, regional quality of
life director, were chosen for their
many contributions to the welfare
of our military families.
Schellhorn received the
Commander's Award which rec-
ognizes military leadership who
are "integral in the implementa-
tion of armed forces recreation
programs and improved quality of
life for service members."
"Being chosen as the recipient
of this award from among all of
the branches of services is truly
an honor," he said. "I find it easy
to support a program that pro-
motes quality of life programs for
our Sailors and their families. I
believe these folks really under-
stand the mission of the shore
installation business they truly
care about our people! I have
always said that an award sym-
bolizes teamwork this is no
exception! To those of you who
have been supporters of the
Quality of Life program and me, I
thank you."
Among his accomplishments,
Schellhorn earned recognition for
include his immediate support of
the quality of life of Sailors and
families affected by the
2005/2006 hurricane season. He


Commander, Naval Installations Command Community Support Program
Director John Baker presents the Armed Forces Recreation Society Special
Citation Award to Southeast Regional Quality of Life Director Heidi
Sheaffer, during an awards ceremony Oct. 10 in Seattle.


Photos courtesy of CNRSE
Community Support Program Director, Commander Naval Installations
Command John Baker, left, presents the Armed Forces Recreation Society
Commander's Award to Commander, Navy Region Southeast Chief of Staff
Capt. Matthew Schellhorn during an awards ceremony Oct. 10 in Seattle.


worked to obtain funding, coordi-
nate reconstitution efforts of
installations and Morale Welfare
and Recreation (MWR) operations
specifically in the areas of
Gulfport and Pascagoula, Miss.
and Key West.
He also supported local efforts
by working with the city of


Jacksonville to host the Sea and
Sky Spectacular at NS Mayport,
which attracted more that
300,000 spectators, as well as
developed several programs that
bridge on-base recreational pro-
grams with off-base recreational
programs.
Sheaffer received the Special


Citation Award which recognizes
civilian or military individuals
who have made significant contri-
butions to the field of armed
forces recreation in the area of
leadership, public relations, and
pioneering or research.
She too was responsible for the
well-being of Sailors affected by
the 2005/2006 hurricane season.
She spent countless hours talking
to those affected and working to
meet the needs of those who were
left homeless as a result of the
stormss.
Sheaffer shied away from tak-
ing full credit for the award, say-
ing "It was an honor to be nomi-
nated. However, it is the MWR,
Galley and Child and Youth pro-
gram team at the region and the


installations that truly deserve
the award. They go above and
beyond day and night to make
great things happen. I feel very
blessed to be part of a wonderful
team of professionals."
Sheaffer has developed and
maintained a dynamic relation-
ship with 14 installation program
directors throughout the
Southeast Region and put in
place programs that directly
relate to the fleet, fighter and
family while saving the Navy
almost $1.6 million.
Both Schellhorn and Sheaffer
played key roles in supporting
the customer oriented enterprise,
a business strategy designed to
ensure a customer-focused work-
force.


NKO offers online resource


for Navy families seeking info


From Naval Education and
Training Command Public Affairs
he Navy is making available to
spouses and families a Navy
Knowledge Online (NKO) Web
portal similar to those used by Sailors
for sharing information and resources.,
This new resource began testing in
early September, and is now online for
all NKO users.
Through the new Family Community
of Practice (FCP), family members will
find information on everything from
education to childcare to housing. They
can start and follow discussion threads
and even use an instant messenger pro-
gram to chat directly with members of
their community, deployed family mem-
bers or anyone with an NKO account.
"We felt it would be helpful to gather
the basic information into one place,"
said Kip Route, a Chief of Naval
Operations (CNO) ombudsmen-at-large,
who worked with the staffs at NKO and
FamilyLine to bring the portal to life.
"We are trying to contribute to what the
CNO refers to as 'continuous readiness.'
When families are prepared, Sailors can
deploy around the world with a clear
mind."
Since its founding, NKO has given
Sailors the opportunity to connect with
others in their specific fields. These
Communities of Practice (COP) offer
career-targeted links, making it easier
for Sailors to get the information they
need faster, without wading through
the vast amount of information avail-
able throughout NKO.
Because families also have access to
the Navy's portal, officials felt putting it
all together there made sense. And the
effort required an extraordinary level of
teamwork between Navy ombudsmen,
FamilyLine and NKO.
"Everyone saw the need and everyone
pitched in to deliver to our Navy fami-
lies a dynamic resource, right at their
fingertips, for the information and
assistance they will need to stay contin-
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wife of CNO Adm. Mike Mullen, who
assisted the effort. "As Navy life
changes, so, too, will the Community of
Practice, and that's probably the best
part of all."
Creating the portal was not difficult,
according to NKO Program Manager
Peg David.
"Teamwork is what made this happen
so quickly," she said. "Hopefully, family
members will find information worth
their while, and communicate with
other family members using the chat or
threaded discussions features."
The process was completed in less
than two months. Much of the informa-
tion had already been gathered by the
members of Naval Services FamilyLine,
a 41-year-old nonprofit organization
dedicated to assisting the spouses of sea
service members.
Even though the FCP offers instant
access to a wealth of information via
the Internet, Route says the portal
could never replace local command
ombudsmen.
"Ombudsmen are the critical commu-
nication links between family members
and the command. The site even says
that everyone should know their
ombudsman. Additionally, ombudsmen
strive to make sure spouses in a com-
mand know the resources available to
them. This site is one of those great
resources," said Route.
To get to the FCP on NKO, after sign-
ing in, click the public communities and
learning centers link on the left of your
home page. At the next prompt, type
"family" into the search box marked
"find a community page" and click
enter. Next, click on the "Family
Support" add link. This will add Family
Support to your communities, and will
show up each time you log in to NKO.
Once in the community, you can read
and navigate through the introduction,
checklists, discussions, feedback and
other available areas.
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family COP, visit https://www.nko.
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Free Bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
(shoe rental not included)


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 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!


Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday
7:30 p.m. until close


For more information on fitness and athletics call 542-3518/3239.
Storm Racers 2006
Now through Dec. 1
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Prizes awarded to all participants!


For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices, please call 542-3318.
Free Admission
Daytona USA, The Official Attraction of NASCAR is celebrating Armed Forces Month
throughout November by offering free admission to military members with I.D. cards.
Family members will be offered discount tickets. Tickets are available at the I.T.T.
office.
Jekyll Island Holiday High Tea and Trolley Trip
Dec.12
$56 per person
Includes holiday tea, trolley tour and transportation.
New Jack Reunion Tour
Including Guy, Blackstreet, Tony!Toni!Tone! and After 7
Nov. 11, 7 p.m.
$61 per person


File photo
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NAS Jax. The Youth Activities Center is sponsoring a Military Family Appreciation Carnival
Nov. 18 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Navy Exchange Parking Lot. For more information, call
778-9772.


Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Nov. 14 and 28 for active duty
Nov. 16 and 30 for retirees and Department of Defense personnel


For information on booking command or private functions at the O'Club
please call the Officers' Club main office, 542-3041.


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


Call 542-3227/3682 for more information.
Command Holiday Card Contest
Plywood now available at the Auto Skills Center
All cards turned in by Nov. 10
Winners announced Dec.1 at the Christmas Tree Lighting
Win money for your MWR funds!


Call 778-9772 for more information.
Military Family Appreciation Carnival
Nov. 18, 11 a.m. 2 p.m.
Free rides, clowns, face painting, prizes and much more!
Navy Exchange Parking Lot


Alan Jackson
Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m.
$76 for Club Seats
Jacksonville Veteran Arena


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Birthday Bash
Tomorrow
All November babies come to Liberty for a free surprise!
Jaguars Vs. Titans Game
Nov. 5
$5
Includes admission and transportation
Bowling Tournament
Nov. 8
NAS Freedom Lanes


Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all hands. For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. My Super Ex Girlfriend (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Monster House (PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. You, Me and Dupree (PG-13)
Nov. 10, 7 p.m. Lady in the Water (PG-13)
Nov. 17, 7 p.m. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (PG-13)
Nov. 18, 5 p.m. Cars (G)
Nov. 18, 7 p.m. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (PG-13)
Nov. 24, 7 p.m. Talladega Nights (PG-13)


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This grant will allow the USO to pur-
chase a block of season tickets for the
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,season. The tickets will be made avail-,
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Sfor them to reward, exceptional perform-
'ers.
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local military personnel and their fami-
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USO. "We are working very hard to
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our military community."
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personnel who are transitioning
from active duty, Reserves, Guard
and military spouses is being presented by
RecruitMilitary and the President's


National Hire Veterans Committee will be
held at the Prime F. Osborn Convention
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Prospective employees should bring sev-
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For more information, visit www.recruit-
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he Florida Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV)
now offers an emergency contact
information registration.
The idea being that if you are ever in an
accident and are injured and unable to
speak the officer will be able to type your
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Marine Corps

Ball planned
he 2:31st Marine
Corps Ball will be
held Nov. 10 at 6
p.m. at the Prime Osborn
Convention Center in
downtown Jacksonville.
The event is sponsored by
I5 the Montford Point Marine
Association. Jack-sonville
Chapter No. 29.
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tickets, call James Tippins
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VP-30 holds off


HS-75 to win


Flag Football


Championship


By Bill Bonser
Sports Coordinator
When the 2006 Flag
Football League
completed the reg-
ular season, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville finished with
an impressive 14-0 record
to win the league and earn
them the No. 1 seed in the
playoffs. VP-30 was right
on their tails, finishing
with a 13-1 record and HS-
75 was in third with an 11-
2 record.
Thirteen teams made the
playoffs anxious for the
chance to win the 2006
Flag Football Champion-
ship.
The playoffs went as
expected as Naval Hospital
Jax and VP-30 won their
first two games to set up
their first meeting. VP-30
took a 12-7 lead at the half
and held on to win, 18-13,
to advance to the champi-
onship and handed Naval


Hospital their first defeat
of the entire season.
Naval Hospital's next
challenge was to go up
against HS-75. HS-75 was
coming off two impressive
wins defeating VP-45, 34-
12 and VR-58, 27-6. HS-75
was hungry for an upset.
Naval Hospital held on to
a 7-6 lead at the half, giv-
ing HS-75 a glimpse of
hope that they could still
upset the top team. The
game was tied at 27 in the
fourth quarter.
Naval Hospital was driv-
ing for a touchdown when a
ball thrown down the mid-
dle was tipped in the air
and HS-75 picked it off.
With under a minute
remaining in the game, HS-
75 moved the ball methodi-
cally down the field and
with seven seconds remain-
ing, HS-75's Quarterback
Paul Wilson connected with
Jonathan Echols for a
touchdown to upset Naval


Photo by Bill Bonser
Members of the VP-30 flag football team proudly display their trophy after winning the 2006 Flag Football Championship after
defeating HS-75.


Hospital and eliminate
them from the playoffs.
HS-75 was on a roll win-
ning their last three games
and knocking off the best
team to give them a chance
to win the championship
against VP-30.
VP-30 was on top of their


game and were ready for
HS-75 as they took a 21-6
lead at halftime. HS-75
came storming back in the
second half, scoring 12
points and shutting down
the VP-30 offense. With
less than a minute to play,
HS-75 was faced with


another opportunity to pull
the game out at the last
minute.
Once again, as HS-75
was moving the ball
methodically down the
field, VP-30 stiffened up
near the goal line and
forced HS-75 to a fourth


and goal situation.
Unfortunately, HS-75's
Wilson's pass was knocked
down in the end zone and
their hopes of another
comeback upset win ended.
VP-30 was able to hold off
HS-75 to win the 2006 Flag
Football Championship.


SPORTS & STANDINGS


Basketball leagues
forming
The Greybeard and Captain's
Cup Basketball Leagues are
now forming. The leagues are
open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of
Defense personnel and selec-
tive reservists. Greybeard
games are played Tuesdays
and Thursdays at 11:15 a.m.
and noon. Entry forms and ros-
ters are due by tomorrow. All
interested personnel should
contact the athletic department
to get the required paperwork to
join the leagues.
Racquetball
tourney coming up
A Turkey Shoot Men and
Women's Racquetball Tourney
will be held Nov. 13-17. The


tournament is free and open to
all authorized gym patrons over
18. There will be a recreational
division and a competitive divi-
sion for men and an open divi-
sion for women. Matches
played in evening starting at 5
p.m. Winners receive turkeys.
Call NAS Jax Gymnasium to
sign up by Nov. 7.
Flag football
meeting slated
A 4-on-4 flag football meeting
will be held Nov. 29 at 11:30
a.m. at the Building 850
Conference Room. The league
is open to all NAS Jax active
duty, selective reservists, and
command Department of
Defense personnel. Commands
having their athletic officer or
designated representative
attend the meeting will receive


five Captain's Cup points. All
interested personnel should
attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Sports officials
and scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military
Officials Association is looking
for individuals to officiate soc-
cer, softball, football and volley-
ball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach
at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast
Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners.


Represent U.S. Navy in 5K,
10K, marathons and/or
triathlons? The U.S. Navy will
showcase elite active duty men
and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well
as transportation, entry fees,
and lodging costs. Interested
runners must compete in a
sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) race and your
time must be one of top 10
regional qualifying times. If you
have run in a sanctioned race
and your time meets the region-
al 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.

Intramural Fall
Volleyball
Standings
As of Oct. 27
Team Wins Losses
VP-45 Gold 10 1
ASD 6 4
AIMD 5 4
VP-45 Blue 4 5
CNATTU Gold 4 5
VR-58 1 8


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 chapter also offers bingo
every Saturday at 10 a.m. The
public is welcome.
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
on Plainfield Avenue in Orange
Park. For more information, call
276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship 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 civilians. For more
information, call 778-0805 or


email commodore@njyc.org.
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. Mors 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 Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit
www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association, Inc. holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands Hospital
Blue room. For more informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Archive and Retired Federal
Employees Association
extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired
federal employees to our regu-
lar meeting held at 1 p.m. on the
fourth Thursday of each month
at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship
Hall Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
All military members and their


families are invited to a free
Veterans Day Appreciation
Dinner tomorrow at 7 p.m. at
8313 Baycenter Road,
Jacksonville. The event is spon-
sored by CJAX Military Family.
For reservations, call 739-6900.
The 4th annual Walk for
Epilepsy will be held Saturday
at 8:30 a.m. at Memorial Park in
.Jacksonville. For more informa-
tion go to www.efnef.org or call
731-3752.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association, Inc. is
having its first Diabetes
Symposium Saturday at Shands
Jacksonville, Tower II, 10th
floor. For more information, call
542-7748.
A Florida Fallen Heroes
Banquet will be held Nov. 10 at
7 p.m. at the Ramada Inn in
Mandarin. For more information
call 535-0747 or visit
www.floridafallenheroes.org.
The Visayas-Mindanao
Association is hosting a
Veteran's Ball Nov. 11 at 6 p.m.
at the Radisson River Walk
Jacksonville. For more informa-
tion, contact John Wilde at 779-
6149 or email johnwilde@com-
cast.net.
A Military Appreciation
Luncheon is being hosted by
the Jacksonville Chamber of
Commerce Nov. 13 at 11:30
a.m. at the Hyatt Regency
Jacksonville Riverfront. For
more information on tickets and
to register, call 366-6600, Ext.
7610. Attendees must register
by Nov. 6.
The Jacksonville Geneal-
ogical Society will hold their
monthly meeting Nov. 18 at 1:30
p.m. at the Webb-Wesconnett
Library, 6887 103rd Street,
Jacksonville. For more informa-
tion, contact Mary Chauncey at
781-9300.
The St. Augustine Fall Art
and Craft Festival will be held
Nov. 25-26 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the Special Events Field
on Castillo Drive. More than 140
artists will display their work.
For more information, call (904)
824-0716.


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Shobs h lk, a r.laodl Fer.cIaI Yard lir -Doc8 Realty Executives 904-234-4728 SOUTHSIDE-Sweetwater seller. 904-908-0608 $995,000 or w/1 addl-a
Story 2141 Birch Barkl C' 19i ,:,)6 .r.o roID r.os.,r e lros tional split 2 oc $1.2M-
Olv. Seler Coil Vclor'd "3 -, Coall D bby Del Webb 55+ comm. WESTSIDE -3533 Center- 386-467-8400/904-472-8364
NewMhome(ct2D5). olly. rcalveic901t34 472or 3Oceanway Cypress on lake, upgds. hill Dr. N. 2/1i nice sz
New home (Oct 2005), Rea Eecuves901734 41 2 62 Short drive 2 Mayport $427K roker/Owner 377-2364 gor. fncd yd, CH'&A WESTSIDE
3BR/2.SBA, Custom 2072sqft. 2004 home T.9.90t 904.333,1A20 REPO BLOWOUT !! S....hns'*l lt
cabinets/solid granite INTRACOASTAL WEST Northside 0 ....n -cao Bonus Room 239K outhpilde Iron Woodl 4/3 Many to choose from,
c-tops. ssappls, hrwd .1 30i 2 Oeaoulil'u, ire cal Lg 3 I34-i. The Broxson Team ,2400sf $389,900 OF arsDOm Wesilsde-FsLBO ,2 EZfinancing. Low down pmt. H
re 'Iiod unci ,:L.:,ecla oc crea, l rrr,biem's C 0 RE/MAX Specialists Open HOUsaSuin 2-5 T noe in WSoe2rmIl 771-9055or 962-1086
firs, crown molding. 12539 t c .C5 oail e 3j4. 179 904-260-3787 516660209 Ir01.111 Ir,4 O01, Ask for Emma.
spa. 2 HAVC or rommSilyto 9 ,Tk e1n0-2r
SPRINGFIELD 2048sf, 4/2 ties. $229,900, negotiable. Heritage Park New 5/5"
Reduced $509,900 ..:.,,.:.nao ,r,. OR RTO EZ e a e 4/2.5 Block 12m n. n ready. Renovated inWese-Open 0 Pesr3
S-_n R' ,,,4,,6, o 1 ; n,,, cor.r s oer-v'.i o -n ) .3r 2 Mayport 234sqf. 2006 Ira coy. front porch WESTSIDE House, 11/3 Also 4/3, 2400sf $319K.
.asi,"- a o ronl.:L20IrP ,12pm-3pm,1114 3.5% fin.51602709
RandyJ ackson 4,1J36 l' 100m 9 1 Or8ak 0.0,1 Ol l <0 Fully Loaded 299K new klt/bthrms, snrm, New home1319sf 3/2/2 2pm-3pm 11/4 3.5%n. 56602709
Moria Roaimir It6,1932 Pr.C-erl.- 90`.46 o.26 The Broxson Team hwflrs, shed. Buildable upgrades $182,000. 10am-lpm, 2 story,
904-514-2424 REcMAX SPECIALISTS RE/MAX Specialists lot Incl'd. ASKING 591-9904 8524 Maple St. $249,999. 2400SF, JULINGTON CREEK ExeC
$ NORTHSIDE becI 7i-.- 904-260-3787 $224K BO. Appraised MLS316318. Home, 3200sf. 4/3,
MANDARIN Barlram .1 G 1.r o0,, F O eAr, $244K. Call Heather WESTSIDE Reduced $15K Call Sharon 742-5375 Fairway, LEASE-PURCH,
1H Springs 4 .. Dornu ooulor oiIr i, e Southside 424-4596 Owner Tronsfered $150's 2250-2SO JeanMartln
S $329,900. 6503 nnie model, 5/3,3 car garage 2/2 Block CndoNice 3/2.587 Pembridge Dr W. Realty 813-5010/
Springs Rd 904-268-9130 on conservation lot rent 147K Westide Home-3/1, Details Ben 904-662-3394 A Full Service Brokerage 545-1278
$1500imo or buy $368,990. The Broxson Team -- garage, tile and
MANDARIN River front Agent owner, 742-1986 RE/MAX Specialists 4,1 wood floors, lots of WESTSIDE 3/1 all new www.callthechief.comf-
Fo oati extras, close to Bungalw, Ownergives ST.AUGUSTINE/Palenca
FSBO w/boat lift, 4/2.5, 904-260-3787 NAS. Call Quintana at you 00to move in. 877-346-7827 Owner finance. Non
9/10acre heated pool & NORTHSIDE Highlands A I I p r o R e a I t y 100%fin. $139k5242 DON BROWN REALTY Qual. lowdown 5/4,
spa $698K 904-2888613 4/1.5, 1900sf CBS selling SOUTHSIDE 904-568-0950. Sunderland Rd. 716-7766 225-5510 OR 571-7177 2800sf, $2995m. 280.1060
as Is. cash Offers only n Luxury 4/4 + -
I BARTRAM SPRINGS, Mandarin. Bartram Spgs $89K. 1-888-584-9992 <|>.Bonus, 2800 SF. WESTSIDE /"'&
3L2kef$1nt074 K. 941- 3/3, 2460sf, Lake View 2khuge kitchen, cus- 6395 Tintern Cir. W. 3/2.5, KICK B ACK P deal
Lake front,5/4, 3car, / $342K or $1750mo. Oakleaf Plantation tok master bath, neu- 2car gar, Irg brick exec.
3200sf $410K. 904-415-3265 3.5% fin. 516.660-2709 4/3+Bonus tral colors, fresh paint, home on 1+/-ac. Must AND
I 296,953 Seller to pay "A" schools, desirable See! $295K. 377-2261 NtmkliyaMb
BEACH Neptune. 3/2.5 NORTHSIDE $110K Be in 3k closing costs neighborhood, preserve
2500sf REMODELED, for Thanksgiving, spa- The Broxson Team lot. $409,500. 4640026 Westside-3/1, gar, tile, erse
I secluded neighborhood cious 1100sf, 3/1 family RE/MAX Specialists wd Firs, lots of extras, 3aT .v
$498,900. Call 294-3897 rm 9172 11th Ave 307-9581 904-260-3787 SOUTHSIDE Close to N.A.S, $145K. 9 1 '1 $4 99
100% FINANCING Call Nydia Quintana
Invest OK. Mark All Pro Realty k a in Itis open and spadous oorplan wth upmgrad es
r ee aNd N y Vt T m t el pato A Hm 904-233-4231 004.568.0950 eveiwiemf. Features include crown molding, O'ceilings, and expanded
Navy Wife and Navy Vet Team to Help You buy A Home
Rgt N avoy kithen with 42" cabinets. Screenedpatio overlooks large private back
Register at norfolkdestnation.com yard. Absolulet, immaculate and ready for move in.jW
R for1immed5ate serwe 7Patrick & Rachel Dorrian,

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BRANTLEY CO., 4 acres,
2 dwellings, deep well. 3
septic tanks, pwr poles.
$60,000 912-458-2749
JENKINS CO., GA-118
ac near Ogeechee River..
Call Jim (478) 471-0440.
www.thefarmsite.org





GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC
1.6 acres of prime moun-
tain property located in
western NC inside a
pristine established
gated comm. S65K call
for pics 000-563-8590 ask
for Vicki or Jeannie
gatewaymountain.com

LAKE THURMOND/
CLARKS HILL LAKE
LAKE FRONT LOTS
STARTING AT $59K.
NEW PROPERTY RELEASE
ON SATURDAY
NOVEMBER 4,2006.
CALL TOLL FREE
FOR MORE INFO
888.565-5883
OR 864-965-9035.
NORTHEAST GA Beau-
tiful 3BR, 2.5BA, NE GA
mtns, great retirement
area. $139,500 plus $1000
cash back. 706-490-1147

SOUTH CAROLINA
HUNTING TRACTS
15 tracts ranging from
200 to 900 acres.
offered for sale in the
Aiken & Barnwell area.
Great investment prop
erty. Call 478-361-5202

VA Land: 23 acres
r,.r Ifronl 69K ahlo irC
lao ,a 1 0 acc Dona F4,1K
Pic. 9 6 .3-8961 or
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Waterfront

For Sale

Baker Waterfront
Clay Waterfront
Duval Oceanftont
Duval Waterftctnt


Purnam Waterfront

St Johns Watertrorn
St. Johns Oceanfront
St. Johns Intracoastal
St. Johns Marsh Front
Georgia

Duval County^^
Waterfron


Northside Trout River
3/1,pool, deep water,
dock, boat house, Ig live
oaks, $600K obo 571-0628

NORTHSIDE
OPEN HOUSE
2:00-5:00 TODAY
***1.5 AC FT.
GEORGE ISLAND

9a to Heckscher DR, T/L
Ft. George Rd, T/L
Palmetto Ave, to 10620
Palmetto Ave. Your own
private nature preserve
w/ custom built 4br/3.5bo
HM. Overlooking.the
marsh & IWC. Kayack to
best fishing in N.E. Fla.
Offered at $1,200,000.
HECKSCHER DR -
Unique 3500 S.F. brk hm
on .71 ac lot w/dock On
St. John River. Offered
at $875,000.
HECKSCHER DR -
BEST BUY @ $455,000,
3BR/1BA Concrete BIk
Hm is fixer upper on
Deep water.
GREAT BUY $499,900
on deep water/ views of
Trout River. 7 Yr old
4br/2ba brk Hm.

SDAN JONES
& Associates
Inc.

ORTEGA condo w/40ft
dock, 2/2, new bath & kit
wood firs, rent/buy
option $279K 904-237-6057




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Condos


For Sale

Baker Count-,
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St Johns County
Geoigia





BEACHES J: .:,..T4

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904-338-6690 891-7550


Beach-Jacksonville
2-story condo, 2/2.5,
end unit, top condi-
tion, great neigh-
borhood, 15 minutes
from NAV STA May-
port, Assist2Sell
904-233-7280

INTRACOASTAL FSBO,
condo, 2/2 w/ gar, gated
community, $165K. Call
920-0066/901-517-9655


JACKSONVILLE BEACH
A Great Beach Buy
NEW JARDIN DE MER
CONDOS
BEACH BLVD & 15TH ST
MIGHT BE YOUR LAST
CHANCE TO OWN AT
THE BEACH 2-3 BDRM
Call For Amenities & Prices
Open Mon-Sun 1 to 5 or
Appi 904-241-2270 246-9268

SOUTHSIDE-Overlook, Ig
3/2, immac, $163,900,
must seea Coastal Home
Store, C. Leon, 662-0432.

SOUTHSIDE brand new
luxury condo FSBO, 1/1,
granite & stainless,
$205K, Call 904-343-5515

SOUTHSIDE Esplanade
at Town Center brand
new 2/2, avail Nov. 8
$275K Call 561-644-4212

WETSIDE Orange Park
2/2, Timber Run, almost
new construction off
103rd. St. all appi
remain, high def satel-
lite for local channels
incl. $125,990. Call Lee
553-4804




Lots and

Acreage

For Sale
Baker County
Clay Cuunry
Dural County,
Nassau County
Pumani County
St Johns County
Georgia




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Manufactured

Homes

For Sale
Baker County
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County
Georgia

Clay County



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MOVIiNG MUST SELL-
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Call Mr Bradley
814 1.62 or 29i 31 00
MIDDLEBURG
New 4/2, 1600 SF, Mobile
Home on a Large Wooded
Lot. $875/Mo. Must Sell!
CALL TODAY 291-0716
MIDDLEBURG
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg/ Keystone.
$980 Down. $749 Mo.
Save Thousands!
CALL (9l)l '291273i
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DUVAL CLAY & NASSAU

Call r Ar Lt 6l 3 / 4.104
WESTSIDE I 4,66
2 2 n.s,? cre,_nedl
Slporh charr-I '.Inl
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Ir,. I IT, ,n5 irom
;AS SlIOO0 696-2094

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WESTSIDE
New already selup 72
In great location
s50Odn. O7S0mo.
NO PAYMENTS
UNTIL MARCH'07.
CALL NOW AND
RECEIVE S1OOD VISA
GIFT CARD WITH
NEW HOME
PURCHASE 213-9934

A 3 OR 4 BR ON 1 OR MORE
ACRES. 100% FINANCING
SEYCOR RLTY 477-4225 OR
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TOP CASH!! Old or New
or Assume Loan.730-8606





NASSAU, CLAY, & DUVAL
Land Homes Packoages!
S980 Down $595 Month
Call Mr. Lewis 783-8385



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Out of Area
Bed and Breakfast
Manufactured
Homes
Tunme Share
Real Estate Wanted
House Plans
Miscellaneous





Beautiful 1997 16x80
mobile home for
S sale in Camden
t county. Active duty
personnel PCS to VA.
Call (843)-568-8937




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HOUSES CASH !
Any cond, handyman,
fire damaged,
distressed, vacant or
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ANY CONDITION...
Apts/comm'l/resldential
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
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Quick closings or
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No Equity OK. 573-2717
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ARGYLE Rent or rent to
own. 3/2 beautiful home
3043 Golden Pond Blvd
Call 904-403-6178
Clay. County OP-
. 4/2 Unfurnished.
3vOilh irgrouna pool.
$ 1 1 0 0 .-m c., r. h
904-613.3335. Oift
cially reassigned
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
nev home 3,/2. 19I40s. 2
car gar kit eqpt. incd
lloomS1IlOOdep.
387-4151 or 781 1339
ORANGE PARK ,.-or
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Orange
Porkj "' 6-
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Orange Park, Eogic leor.
Er 6e .oiu. or rc. -
S.:omm n-.r, i"',im

ORANGE PARK e.a
I 'I-, ,, .iO a 2 car
gar, remote control fPlc,
fncd bkyd. w/gazebo &
hot tub, 1511sf, $1225mo.
Lawn svc included.
755-6287 or 813-787-6819
ORANGE PARK- New in
beaut Magnolia Pt G.C.
6/4, 2 car gar, 24 hr sec
$2200m+dep. 561-236-8010.
ORANGE PARK3/2, 2
car garage, fen back yd,
Ig great rm w/fpi. $1000
mo no pets, 904-264-6805





ORANGE PARK 3br/2ba
285 Lee Dr, NEWLY
remodeled. $895mo.
No HUD. 904-687-4962


Orange ParkEffic,


furn.


sm 'efrig, microwave,
cable off street parking,
$100 dep. + $395 me
Avail now Call 215-9416










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ARLINGTON historic
well maintained 1BR's
from $500 to $595. Call
904-338-5849
ARLINGTON 3/2 pool,
w/d on grounds, $800mo.
$400dep. 1950 Paine Ave.
#13. Call 904-566-0015
AVONDALE historic
2br/1.5ba, lust renov,
w/d hu, Mexican tile firs
$825m. Dep nego. 471-5552
AVONDALE / Riverside
1BR & 2BR Apts. $675-
$895 mo. WD, water incl,
priv covered parking
great loc. 568-7100
BAYMEADOWS New 3/n.
140L :;., pool & lake slei.,.
S-creen porio ES oppi \%,a
granite, illness. gated
ns 31150m 154 592 0500
BAYr.EADOWS. Beaches.
r.lolldarmn, Riverside
Soulhside, Wesliade.

$150week, also houses
for rent furn/ unfurn wk,
month. 904-302.5753

BEACHES
CALL NOW!
LUXURIOUS
LIVING AT
AFFORDABLE PRICES!
OCEAN OAKS 249-5611
JACKSONVILLE BCH
2/1 $950 2blks 2bch/ch&a/
fenced w&d hu/app 850sf
VANSANDT RE 389-3540






# NORTHSIDE
$575 -$780
1, 2 & 3 BR's Avail I
904-757-0240
Ashley Park Apt,



RIVERSIDE 2/2 $725.
1BR $560
HW Firs/cpt W/D hkups
387-2967

SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Special!
CALL 398 -9492


SOUTHSIDE:
Welcome Military
THE GARDENS AT
LAKEWOOD
APARTMENT
COMMUNITY
Proud Participate in
the Rental Housing
Partnership Program
lbr from $542
?br from t."
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Call lodoy vul 737 o576

Southside RENT or RENT
TO OWN Qu,[t %, cz,
2 BR.2 BA. FP. VW. D hu
ibjOr-rc.+e dep
I hr Ie3Se E.0 6 L4.696
WESTSIDE 1,1 QUIET
60 5O,. d,-. ru 6luc-1i
6 50. DE 0 '0,.
Coll i3 iI1
WESTSIDE Duplex TH
2/1.5 clean & quiet
w/d hkp, gd prkng, crd
chk, $695 904-707-6251
WESTSIDE
$99* moves you in!
Nia Terrace Apartmenlts
2045 Jammes Rd
1 & 2 bdrm apartments
available. 904-781-3818.
with approved credit
WESTSIDE
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
REF REQUIRED $595 778-2897
E 51 E
Near NAS Jao
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WSIDE 2br Newly Remod.
W D conn S66Smo. move in
Special. Seaboard Oaks
Call Frances 904-778-9836




ARGYLE-2 bdr/2.5 bth
BRAND NEW condo in Argyle
area Gated community,pool,
W/D, garage $1,100/ month
Call 260-4488 ext. 366
ARLINGTON/CAPTIVA
Townhome 2/2.5, w/d,
$1250m. Possible lease
purchase 723-0033/614-9355
Arlington Condo-
.New. 2/2 Condo in
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c'968
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INTRACOASTAL 6.uhi-
liI LIJEF' KERNAN
FOREST. Bol.:or, .-.
upgrds, gar. Gated, no
smk $1250.+sec. dep. sm
pets ok w/dep
904-619-3180 813-365-0187
Jacksonville Bch Ocean
views NEW 3/2, 20' bal-
cony, granite, S/S appis,
pool $2275m. 904-651-1012
Jacksonville Bch Ocean
front Brand new end unit
w/spectacular northern
views 3/3.5, 2525sf
garage, gated, 2 pools.
$4250m. 904-962.6161
Mandarin-2/2, many
upgrades, great
Mandarin location.
Gated, all appli-
ances, security system,
overlooking future golf
course and pool.
Reduced: $134,900. Call
(904)305-1672

S MANDARIN
Move In Special !l I
3/2, Pool, gated, w/d, |
Call 545-0019

Merrill Pines/9A 3/2 w/d,
upgraded appis, 2nd fir,
balcony, pool, gated,
$1200m+sec dep. 662-0772
ORANGE PARK-BRAND
NEW CONDO with LAKE
view In Oakleaf Plantation
$1100 2 bdrm/ 2bth flat with
attached garage
Call 260-4488 ext. 366
Orange Park-BRAND NEW
CONDO in Gated Commu-
nity ool, p W/D, garage
Call 260-4488 ext. 366
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
OCEAN GROVE 1/1+Loft
Overlooks pool, on lake,
Must rent, $900m.
Andy 904-588-4295;
Ken 904-251.5370
SOUTHSIDE
LIVE IN ST. JOHNS
TOWN CENTER
2/2, $1200mo. Call 463-2033
SOUTHSIDE CONDO'S
1st months rent free!
Key Realty Advisors
904-265o0450
Southside Lrg 2/2 in gated
Heritage. Specatular
lake vw, attached gar,
pool, top amenities. Like
New. $1600m 727-465-4252
SOUTHSIDE 2BR/2BA,
MONTREUX, gated,
pool fitness, indoor gym,
no pet. $o0tmo daep.
ease/ purchase option.
Call 941-468-6309
Southside, Spacious 2/2
off Gate Pkwy & 9A, 3rd
fir; W/D, scrnd balcony
$999m inc Wtr. 304.1710







Townhouse, newly
Beach, $800/mo. Call
904 .425 -1 8 61 o r
321-279-2931. (PCS)
MANDARIN in Bigtree,
3/2.5, screened tile patio
w/indoor garden, din &
liv rm, kit and ail baths
tiled, $980mo. No pets.
No smoking 904-260-9108
MAYPORT Duplex 2br/
20a, front porch, trg
patio, bck yd. $1050m
all until incl. 285-8586





INTERCOASTAL on
water walk to Mayo, 3/2,
l.|lTi incl beautiful march
. .e.,. ai. n i9 .*-nCl,)ed
prr, :k k, ploable





ARGYLE 3/2, SPLIT BDRMS,


VAULTED CLNG5, AVAIL 11/1
NO PETS. HIS & HERS VANITIES
REF REQ $1050/MO. 860-7219
ARGYLE
3/2, LR, DR, FAMILY ROOM,
SPLIT BDRM, FENCED YD
REF REQ $995/MO. 778-2897
ARGYLE New beautiful
4/2, conveniently located
desirable Argyle Forest
area. Close to every-
thing Ph. Jackie 699-5335
ARLINGTON 4/2, all new
remod, no pets,
$1150mo. + dep. 2314
Misty Dr. 568-7071
SArlington Home-
A Renovated 3/2/1,
XLCypress Cove sub.
Cul-de-sac, 1300SF,.
tile floors, carpet in bed-
room, very nice.
$1025/mo + deposit.
386-4358.
ARLINGTON Brand new
3/2.5 on lake, 2 car gar,
ch&a, near Mayport
Base, $1350mo. 645-3862
AVONDALE 2/1 $795
ch&aFplace/1cargar/fence
d Near shops/equipt kitch
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
AVONDALE 3/2 totally
refurbished cottage. LR
w/frpl, OR, Irg eat in
kitchen, fenced yard,
$1300mo. 904-280-2805


BAYMEADOWS 3/2,
great location, Call for
more info 904-982-9378
or 404-606-4198 $1200m
BEACH, ATLANTIC,
newly remod 4/2.5. 2 car
gar, beaut bches home
near base, 904-910-6052.
GREEN COVE New
home 3/2, 1940sf, 2 car
gar, kitchen equip,
fenced.S1100mI+$1o00dep
387-4151 or 781-1339
House for Rent-
SBeautiful 2-.story
4.; h house, fenced
backyard.
$1,050/month. Must
see! 768-7391 or
571-8719, 15 min to NAS
INTERCOASTAL WEST
4/2, pool, $1600m; 3/2
$1350m short term/pur-
chase option 904-742-6230
INTRA COASTAL Nr
UNF, 4BR, 2BA, Great
Loc! 12x20 Lanai, Priv
Fnc $1350m 904-343-9743
JACKSONVI LLE-1730SF,
lyr new single fam
home, 3/2, office, FMLR,
FMDR, Ig yd incs svc,
close to 9A, Mayport.
$1175m. 241-5501 xt 16
LAKESHORE 3/1, great
cond,.$875mo. pets ok,
Call 962-8742
LAKEWOOD 3br/1ba, w/d
& Irg TV inc, Irg fncd
bck yrd. Very Secure.
$1100m 904-993-5125
MANDARIN 3br/1ba,
1050sf Fully renov, new
everything. $1000mo
(1st, last, $250 sec+credit
check) No pets. Avail
11/15/06. Call 318-5127

Mandarin 3/2 1400 sqft 2
car, Irg fenced yard.
Purchase option avail.
$1050mo 804-937-6471

MANDARIN- GREAT
HOUSE IN GREAT
NEIGHBORHOOD! 3. 2,
1600 SQ FT. NEW
VINYL SIDING,
WASHER. DRYER.
DISHWASHER.
MICRO, TILE FOYER.
KITCHEN, DR.
CARPET ALLOW-
ANCE. GREENHOUSE,
FENCED YARD. READY
TO MOVE IN NOW!
$224.900 CALL
537-8313

MARIETTA 2/1 $775 ch&a
2 car gar, Ig yd, hw firs
porch, water incl, fenced
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
MURRAY HILL 3/1, hrd
wd firs, $875mo, pets ok,
962-8742
NORTHSIDE Amelia View
4/3, 2 car gar, dock, AC
comm. pool $1400. 904-
714-0162, 813. 972-1863
NORTHSIDE HOME
n ur I ao IJo .'.. m a er I r,
t6'iNmc, Coil 563 -5.25

ATTN: RENTERS
GREAT HOMES
SEEKING GREAT
PEOPLE
Newly Remodeled
Excellent Prop. Mml
SFair Rental Rates. U
51300 Move-in Special
Northside, Paxson.
Murray Hill Areas.
NO HUG.
Call Steve Titus
Solutions 904-687-4962
Norihside
7041 Alan Ave 21 5775 .
*10t01 lhaca Dr 2iq i650
9121 Adamrs Ave 2,1 6 8
Murray Hil
48)5 Loul!a Terr 21 ,695
4827 Louisa Terr 321 5/70
4821 Louisa Terr 3/1 ins
1251 SIlmson si 311 o75
I295 Rndolih Sl 2/1 sI95I

ORANGE PARK brand
new 4/3, 2300+SF, WD
iacuzzi upgrades
$1495mo Call 904-236-9889
Orange Park
Oakleaf Plantation.
New & Ready.
Lease-to-buy.
1800sf-3100sf $1500-
$2700m 516-660-2709
ORTEGA 1/1 Cottage $650
w&d, hu/storage/cozy
Near shops and grocery
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
& Ortega area-Ricker
Ridge- 3/2, fenced
backyard, ameni-
ties included, W/D,
20 min to NAS Jax,
$1000/mo. 476-8034,
778-7530
Ponte Vedra E. of A1A 3/2 +
ofc 2000sf., court yrd pool,
lawn /pool svc incl. pets ok.
$1750. 904- 703-0242
RIVERSIDE 3/1 hdwd
firs, fp, WD, $1200mo.
completely remod. Ig
back yard. 904-568-7100
SSan Jose-6042
S Wilson Blvd.
3BR/1.5BA, Large
family room, dinin-
groom, laundry, eat-in
kitchen, appliances, rent
$800, 465-4101
San Jose-6042 Wil-
son Blvd, 3BR,
I1.5BA, large family
room, diningroom,
laundry, eat-in kitchen,
appliances, $800 rent.
465-4101
SAN MARCO 3br/lba
Hdwd fird, updated kit,
sunrm, attached gar,
w/d, $1100m 904-399-3391
SEABOARD AVE 3/2 $895
1300SF 1 Car Gar ch&a
Kit Equip, Fenced Back
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
SOUTHSIDE -Ranch 3/1.5
carport, fenced bk yd,
3414 Mandell Dr. 32216
$975mo. 904-728-0334
SOUTHSIDE, James
Island 5/2, 2 garage, cus-
tom home, gated, great
loc 2600sf $1975. 210.0452
SOUTHSIDE-Englewood
2/1, LR, DR, Irg foyer,
enclosed back porch,
Irg fenced back yd, nice,
$800m+dp. 737-3706
Westside- 103rd St
3/2.5 TH, $925 Mo. Lg. Rooms
Coiall Victor @
Realty Executives 904-234-4728
WESTSIDE Cedar, Hills,
3/2, mins to NAS JAX &
Shops of Roosevelt.
$895mo. 270-8369
W Westside-Nature's
S Hideaway 3BR/2BA,
w|d Gated pool,W/D,
VAN small pet okay.
$1000 month + deposit.
Call 904-620-0357.
WESTSIDE NR ORNGE PRK
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
REP REQ. $595/MO. 778-2897
WS/Lakeshore 3/1 $725
2 car gar/family rm/ch&a
w&d hu.1200sf/fenced
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotline 388-1208




INTRACOASTAL Kernan
Blvd. $395mo, no-smok-
ing, cable 998-9684
MANDARIN furnished
rnr. ,:oDa 6e 00 1 ,314 .-. :-



NORTHSIDE .


Southside 4/2 home single,
N/S, no pets clean $525.
incl's utils. 303-349-7941
SOUTHSIDE M to share
home, cbl, 4mi to UNF,
$400 + utils 377-6441
WESTSIDE- Day worker,
furn rm, priv ba, pool,
N/S $500m w/util 777-5955
WESTSIDE 295 &103rd
NS, Pvt Rm furn/unfurn
incl util $495. 303-1234


Arlington-3/2,
in-ground pool,
fenced yard,
furnished, $300
deposit, $600/month. 1/3
of utilities. 3,800SF.
874-8877.


* ARL -REGENCY INN *
* WEEKLY SPECIALS! *
Low Weekly Rate 7 Day Stay
(904) 725 -5093

LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211

4 Ortega/Near NAS
Jax-Roomnmate
Wanted-includes
utilities, furnished
if needed. $400. Very
nice home. Call:
(904)779-4660


Westside-Room to
Rent-Close to NAS
Jax, $400/month, all
S utilities included,
also have washer/dryer.
Call (904)386-0207.

SWestside-Female
Seeks Roommate-to
t l I share 3/2 house,
private room
w/bath, $450 first & last
required, Collins &
Blanding Call: 908-8935


Apartments
Furnished
Apartments
Unfurnished
Condominiums
DuplexrTownhome
Houses Furnished
Houses Unfurnished
Lots for Rent
Mobile Home/Lot
Rentals
Oceanfrontl
Waterfront
Rentals
Property
Management
Retirement
Communities
Roommates
Rooms to Rent
Vacation Rentals
Wanted to Rent




Beach Ponle Verda
U n iqlJ U i '0r
'. a t 00
re.oa r. i r. Ec ,. r..
Si rr. -, ..j :-1 C'- ,

PALENCIA 312 end unil
'crr. c -, 11 .I" .- :..I
r.I 1 C. & .. 3 0 r

PONTE VEDRA :- ,:r
g -arg Fp ,J C D,=-,:r,
o, :j e r ':-, i

PONTE VEDRA Tr,
cour.-jilr.- P t -
,.,car. a a 3 ." TI- ,,-c,
c I. -l: .. -J .


PONTE VEDRA
Sawgrass Country Club
walk to beach 2nd floor
2/2 den Ig deck, 285-1660






NORTHERN END 3/2.5,
TH + loft'gar, new, all
new appi, $1200mo.
Racetrack Rd. 249-4146





Ponte Vedra/PalmValley
5Br/3Ba, 2400sf. att 2 car
gar. Walden Chase culde-
sac, CLEAN & READY! 1
yr old $1850mo 904-236-0505

Ponte Vedra gated TH,
2/2 attchd gar, wd firs,
pool, gym, lake view
$1050m 904-372-9052

SOUTH PONTE VEDRA
4br/2.5ba w/ocean &
coastal views. $2000m
Avail Nov. 678-860-7478

ST. Augustine/Palencia
4/3, lyr new, hdwd firs, 2
car garage, many
upgrades, fncd corner lot.
$2200m. INCLUSIVE.
904.819.9358
kellyhalkett@rogers.com

VILANO/Beachwalk 2/2
Garden tub; scrn porch,
deck on lagoon, 2 car
gar; $1150m 321.287.5062.












St. Marys Ga. 5 minutes
from Kingsbay, 2br2ba
1400sf. townhouse
$625mo. 516-244-8394


Out of Area
Beach/Vacation/
Resorts
Property
Management
Management/
Rental Services
Miscellaneous
Unfurnished




3 Bdrm/2Bath house
for Rent-St. Mary's,
i(| GA. 2 miles from
Kingsbay TRF.
$975/month with deposit.
Call 510-0499

Jacksonville, N.C. 1 acre -
w/septic permit in S.W.
area of Jacksonville,



Jasper & Hamplon Co SC
D:-r .-, ..rc.'. r- ur.,
I... Z : i i o. : L .4







Timeshare For Sale
Westgate Resort,
Kodak, TN. Nov
S17-24 2006. Paid $850
will sell for $500.
www.westgateresorts.comr
Coall owner :904-491-7996


Businesses for Sale ""-
Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
Office Space For
Sale
Retail Space for Sale
Office Space for
Rent
Commercial/
Industrial for Rent -,
Retail for Rent
Storage/Mini
Lockers





John Turner Butler &
Phillips Starting at $275,
utils incld. GOING '
FAST! Rod 343-8922









Businesses for Sale
Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
Office Space For .-.
Sale
Retail Space for Sale
Office Space for ..
Rent .
Commercial/
Industrial for Rent ...
Retail for Rent .
Storage/Mini
Lockers






BEACH Jacksonville
Wrhse 3629sf, Ofc incl...,









WESTSIDE
Warehouse For Sale :-
6300sf. Dock high. Sm. 4-.-t
yard. 750s office. 3
Phase. $339,000.
Easton, Sanderson, & Co...
356-2228 Realtor





BAYME ADOWS/9A Lg......
office with open wor.
area $1400 mo small $600" '
ma. Call 234-3600 ext 82


Thank you! ""
Besides protecting our ..
county, military Cut
personnel stationed in
our communities
donated 505,907 .105
U Ous ofIvlunteer
service in Northeast
Fsoridaand Southeast
Geotgla lastvear.iTheir
time was given to
community
Digsrzaions, chucil
gups, ,outh activities,
scouting and more.

SOUTHSIDE P/T Office -
Furnisd & I. Recpt
s225/mo. Call 281-0566




NEW OFFICE SUITES
1,920 sf to 11,520sf
Eastpark Great location i
(904) 998-9339
servie PincAPnny Pea, .-
All New Retail Centers -..
Southside/Westside
288-8500







Business
Opportunities
*Distributorships/
Franchises
Fictitious Namves
Financial Services
Money to Lend or
Bo rrow
Mortgages Boughtd






buyers only. 904-221-0064

HOME INVENTORY
SERVICE -working
partner, earn $l100ok+.
561 -506-2716
Join Pinch A Penny Pool.
Patio, Spa. America's .
largest retail pool sup-
*NEW locations avail .
Training and Marketing
support included.
www.pinchapenny.com
or 727-531-8913 x 237

Clay 4 COP, best price &





AVOID FORECLOSURE
Refi. NOW or SELL -
Call Mark 904-233-4231





$1500 CASH! Get your
Money Fastt NO Credit
Instant approvals for
Military/Gov't With
direct deposit. Call
Now! 1-800-505-6087

AVOID FORECLOSURE
Refi. NOW or SELL
Call Mark 904-233-4231 ,,,


* Specialty Training/
Events




REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Nov 6
8 Week Eve Class Jan 11
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269-2555
Florida Real Estate Institute
Alilance Business Schools
Real Estate, Mortgage, Title,
Home Inspection courses.
See Schedules at
alliancebusinessschool.com
or Call: 904-880-8078


FRUCK DRIVER TRAINING
3-WEEK HANDS-ON TRAINING
FOR IN-DEMAND DRIVING JOBS!

COMPANY-SPONSORED
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Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 2, 2006


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* Work at Home
* Positions Wanted



FINISH MOTOR
GRADER CREW
for S. Johns Co. project.
Apnly in person or call
904-772-1313. EOE. DFWP





CAREGIVERS
Make o Oaierene .n me
lives"of the elderly. Just
be caring, loving & kind.
Exp. pref'd. Flex hours
& days & all shifts.
Call 800-HomeCare or
apply online
www. I n-HomeCare.com
Home Cleaners
Perfect Part Time Job!
(Full time too!)
$150-$375/wk
Must have car.
Ph. 242-8235





UNF INSTRUCTORS
The University of North
Florida, Division of
Continuing Education is
currently recruiting
qualified individuals to
facilitate a variety of
computer training
programs. Qualified
candidates are being
sought to teach the
following:
*MCTS
*MCITP
*MCDST
*MCSA
*MCSE
*MOS
*Minitab
-Cobalt
Please e-.mail your
resume to: Tim Giles at
tiiles0unf.edu.


ENGINEER/ESTIMATOR
/ PROJECT MANGER:
for marine and industrial
protects. Salary open.
Some travel required.
Excellent'benefits. Send
confidential resume to :
BM 10893656 C/O The
Florida Times -Union,
One Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32202



DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train.AM /PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399.1110

* DANCERS*
Bartender, Waitstaff
Day/Night Available
BEST SHOWBAR
AT THE BEACHES!
CROSSROADS
(904) 247-4322





ACCOUNT REP River-
side collection seeks
indiv for exciting oppty
Will train right person,
$8-$10 hr call 388-6370 or
fax 388-9825





INDOOR PLANT CARE
LOVE PLANTS?
CAREER
OPPORTUNITY
Will train right
person to learn to care
for indoor plants.
BenFefits, DFWP
"904-398-9880
HARDWORKER w/strong
back, good attitude,
carpentry exp helpful.
Must 'pass drug/bkgrd
chk, great starting sal.
Call 9-5 Marty 318-1220


Home Cleaners
Perfect Part Time Job!
(Full time tool)
$150-$375/wk
Must have car.
Ph. 242.8235

Love to Clean
Molly Maid, M-F, Sa-Bo
Bondable & Dependable
OP area. Prof. exp. a big
plus. Great pay. We
provide car & gas.
all 904-269-5%05

SEASONAL POSITIONS
Must be energetic, detail
oriented, no exp neces-
sary & Love Christmas.
Call 398-9880
EOE DFWP





DIESEL MECHANIC
NEEDED
Exp to work in fast paced
environment. Competi-
tive salary& benefits.
Send resume to:
HRMgr: 904.779.2278.




Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply
7587 Wilson Blvd, JAX. EOE

TRUCK DRIVER/
BOBCAT OPERATOR
CDL REQ. $14/hr
Benifits 262-9985
EOE I





LANDSCAPE
FOREMEN $15/HR
SOME O/T & WKEND
''VORK PEO aLt0
r.,r.ri- LABORERS.
r. : Por k n. I
1U0 CiF 0:' Lip ip







POLICE
OFFICER
ATLANTA POLICE
DEPARTMENT
NOW RECRUITING IN
YOUR AREA
TRAINING SALARY
$34,894.00
OFFICER SALARY
$39,252.00 i
Associate's DEGREE
$40,232.00
Bachelor's DEGREE

$42,905.00
Minimum Requirements:
20 years of age, high
school diploma or GED,
US citizen, unricorrected
vision not less than 20/100
In each eye, corrected to
20/20, valid driver's
license, an honorable dis-
charge if prior military,
no felony or domestic
convictions.
Incentives for Police
Experience ,
Jacksonville Marriott
4670 Salisbury Rd
Jacksonville FL
Interviews:
Fri. Nov 3rd tam-lpm
Sot. Nov. 4th oam -lpm
Testing
Fri Nov. 3rd 2pw
Sot. Nov. 4th 2pm
Applications available
on-line at:
www.otfantapd.org
Contact Officer Moreno @
(404) 853-7650
for further Information.






SUPERINTENDENT/
QUALITY CONTROL
Local defense contractor
for Navy protects 5
years minimum, experi-
ence. Top Pay. Fax
0o:904-292-9601 or mail:
qcmi@belsouth.net


^^^Sff-7
MedJical/1J


CUSTOMER SERVICE :
2 years Medical exp.
& Bilingual Spanish
also needed.
MEDICAL CODER :
Knowledge of ICD-
9-CM & CPT-4 skills.
Must be able to
extract information
from handwritten
records. 2 yrs exp a
must. EM exp. a plus.
WE OFFER :
Competitive salary,
Job Security, Opportu-
nity for advancement,
Benefit Package
including HMO /PPO
Options, 401K partici-
pation, Dental Ins, Life
Ins, Paid Vacation.
Fax Resume To:
Martin Gottlieb & Assoc
904-596-2751, Email
tara@gottlieb.com






ADMIN ASST.wWith a
ability to work inde-
pendently FT or PT
oppty. Good communi-
cations skills, generous
salary call 904-572-4446

ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
Downtown. 8am-9pm, PT
You select hrs. Phone
work &/or preparing
legal docs, Spanish a
plus. Prkng
Fax resume Cheryl
904-358-3069

.1.rnit


DANCERS,
DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641.5033

DANCERS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370

* DANCERS *
Jacksonville's #1 Club
Top $$$ Day & Night
Shifts Jax Gold Club
904-645-5500.

Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-111,0




ADMISSIONS REP.
Leading career school is
looking for highly moti-
vated, skilled admis-
sions rep. Great'pay and
opportunity for
advancement.
Email resume to:
theo@floridatrainingcenter.com
or fax 904-265-3280


The Jacksonville Job Corps Center has the follow-
ing career opportunities available. If you are
dedicated to assisting youth to be successful by
your willingness to mentor, monitor and model
professional behavior, we want to talk with you!
RESIDENTIAL ADVISORS
Monitor & mentor students ages 16-24 in dorm set-
ting. Exp. working w/ youth pref.
SAFETY & SECURITY OFFICER
Monitor grounds & facility to ensure safe & secure
environment. Exp. w/ youth &
security exp. a +
MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST
Exp. in general maintenance & repairlincl. minor
elec., plumbing, A/C.I
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTOR
Teach students in all aspects of facilities mainte-
nance including elec., plumbing, HVAC (Pref.
EPA cert), groundskeeping, masonry, carpentry,
etc. Prior teaching/training exp. or work with
youth desired.
CNA INSTRUCTOR
Teach students in all aspects of patient care &
nursing services provided by a CNA. Will com-
bine classroom instruction w/clinical exp. to pre-
pare students for certification exam. Valid FL RN
license req.
RECREATION ASSISTANT
Work with students in a variety of recreational
activities incl. arts & crafts, music, citywide trips
& will work with Student Gov't & Student Store.
All positions are FT and offer an excellent ben-
efits package. We require background checks,
driver's license checks & drug screen upon offer
and acceptance of position.
Resumes to: Fax-904.632.5496 or E-mail:
berleue.marilyn@lobcorps.org
We are an EOE and We Value Diversity


r -m-

Company
Drivers
S $1500 Sign on
Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/
2 or more vrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most wknds
NEW PAY
PACKAGE
$.34-.38/mile

$.01 Safety Bonus
$.02 Service Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
Paid Vac & holidays
Optional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Premium Prog,
Optional Per Diem
Pay Program@ $52.00
/day
Call
M M Greg @
800-723-3424 for info


Be A Team Player.
Drivers Wanted
Busy season 600800 wk
Taxi, Para-Transit, Bchs
Taxi/ParaoTransit 493-5246
Tim Myles
Beach Taxi 249-0360 Brian

Driver

MCA is looking for a
Driver Supervisor for
their Jacksonville
terminal The success-
ful candidate must
have 2-4 years man-
ageme, t experience,
preferably in trans-
portation. Must have a
general understand-
ing of budgetary mat-
ters and strong ana-
ytica osphereason ing.
Knowledge of DOT
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Garage Sales
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Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade


1952 Ford Jubilee
Tractor New bat-
tery, alternator,
exhaust, gauges,
starter, 80% tire tread.
$3,500 OBO. Call Dave:
(9121-729-4130 or
(912)1-573-3952
4 VW Beetle '69
$2,000 OBO.
Replaced
engine, transaxle,
carberator, front brake
lob. Runs great, needs
body work, call 422-4171



Kenmore Elite
Front loader
Washing Machine 7
'mo old, $599. Call
912-882-4006
Kenmore Washer
and Dryer- Good
condition. $150 for
set. (912)-576-5007
Refrigerator- 26cft,
s/s, s/bs frigidaire
with ice cube, water
dispenser, and
light. Never used, $1250
OBO. 398-0809
Washer/Dryer
Great shape, Whirl-
pool, $280. Can
deliver, call 994-0100
Washer and dryer
front loading
stackable excel-
lent condition
manuals included
$300 553-7436


L, Wet/dry vacuum-
Craftsman 16 gal
capacity, on wheels,
great suction, great
condition $38. 268-2482
SWhirlpool Washer
Matching set, late
model, $250. Can
deliver. 786-1767.




Luxury beachfront home
slated for demolition
soon. For sale: Maple
trim, cabinets, vanities,
built-ins, 40 custom doors,
plumbing and light
fixtures, windows, etc.
Call 904-273-2207 for appt.




SAFE
COBALT BRAND 5'2"X2'5"
LIKE NEW $900
CALL DON @ 635-0456
A Heck of a Price
Conference table $199
Workstations $299 each.
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400



FORMAL
DRESSES
SEVERAL FORMALS
$50 A DRESS.
RANGING FROM 10.16.
FOR APPOINTMENT.
904.207.0900

HALLOWEEN
COSTUMES
VINTAGE NURSE DRESS $50
VINTAGE NURSE BAG $30
VINTAGE PATIENT ROBE $40
MALE ROMAN SOLDIER $50
(includes sword and cape)
FEMALE ROMAN ERA $20
CINDERELLA DRESS $50
SEVERAL SCRUBS $10 EA
FIRST COME FIRST SERVE
904.207.0900











WEDDING DRESS
Beautiful white gown
with Pearl straps.
Amazing beading &
Pearls on the bodice
with lust a slight bit
throughout the dress.
The dress Is from David's
Bridal and was altered to
a 16 Petite. So the dr.ss
could be altered Erfl'ier
if need be. Paid W ^"i
for the dress bua ..11
sacrifice for $25C I-.-d
money, must sel -' sF
The dress has bt'.--.
professionaly pre: r a
since 2003. Call for a
904-207-0900




BRASS TEA SET
CAME FROM IF -.;
NEED MONEY .. ILL
SACRIFICE FOR "icr
CALL FOR AFUPT
904.207.0900

HALLOWEEN
COSTUMES
VINTAGE NURSE DF '. -
VINTAGE NURSE B-'. :1
VINTAGE PATIENT R'"-e k J,
MALE ROMAN SOLDc,, 5 ,I
(includes sword ana .:
FEMALE ROMAN E,- :
CINDERELLA DRE : .
SEVERAL SCRUBS $10 EACH
FIRST COME FIRST SERVE
904-207-0900



SComplete Dell 2350
Dimension Desktop
Computer-256
G-force videocard,
512 RAM, SOMB
harddrive. Call 545-3134
or 687-0561. $500 080.
Pentium 11.300
MHZ computer
and 15" monitor,
40gig harddrive, 64
meg memory, $100.
Coall 249-1666, CDRW,
DRZUE.
4 Pentium II Com-
puter and 15" moni-
S tor, 40gig hard-
drive, 64 meg
memory, $90. Call
249-1666. CDRW DRZUE



0 TV-32" Flat Screen
Sony, Mega Dual
S Tuner, PIP,
t Parental Control.
Wireless head-
phone, $350. Call
(912)-882-5865.
0 TV 32" Panasonic
with remote, great
shape. $120. Call
tL/ (904)778-0824

Furnituref
HousehoTld


Beautiful Antique
Diningroom
table and six
chairs-including
insert and china cabinet,
$1400. Call 249-1666.
BED#1 BEST PRICE
Queen or full mattress $100
King $160 (904) 674-0405
BED Best Brand Name
Price $90 NEW
QN Set. Can del. 858-9350
BED Brand name. $299
Kg pill top SET. New, w/
warr. Can del. 391-0015
BED Cherry sleigh, Solid
wood set $395, Retail
$950. 858.9350.Can deliver
BED $115 Full set, brand
name, new w/warr In
plastic 398-5200 Can del
4 BEDROOM SUIT
6 piece white colo-
nial Chest,
dresser w/mirror,
nightstand, twin bed
with boxsprings and
mattress. $400. 887-4624.
BEDROOM: CHERRY
SET. 6 PCS. NEW, CAN
DELIVER. 391-0015
SCrib Solid Oak -
dresser, changing
S table, $200.00
215-3776
Diningroom Set
5 pc pine, ceramic
S tile inlay, 2 yrs old,
seldom used, solid.
$225 OBO. Call 268-8656
4 Diningroom Table-
Almost new. Oak
base, glass top, four
parsons chairs.
$375, originally $1,200.
Call 610-4288. Leave msg.


Diningroom set-
maple-oval table,
six chairs, china
with hutch, $350.
282-2272
DR Table, Solid
Tiger Stripe Oak, 2
extensions, 6 cush-
ion chairs. Good
cond, $400. Caoil 213-9745
for more info.
4 Elegant Furniture,
European framed
1 tapestries, curio
cabinets, and morel
Serious Inquiries only,
call Kathy at
904-207-7361.
Entertainment
Wall Unit-Lots of
I storage, excellent
condition, wood fin-
ish, $50. 622-9762
Entertainment
S Center-
Solid oak, excellent
condition, $400.
Price negotiable. Call
213-9745
for more info.
Entertainment
Centers (2), Oak
finish Queen mat-
tress box springs,
Diningroom table w/2
chairs, MUST
SE LL904-874-2755.
Etagere
(Curio/knicknack
t, stand) and decora-
b tive baker's rack.
Excellent condition. $50
each or $90 for both.
(912)-510-7104
,l Indoor-outdoor
.- | glasstop table
w Rw/metsl framing, in
great condition,
includes 4 chairs. $300
OBO. (904)-830-3640 or
(904)-322-8769.
4 King waterbed
suite-heated, dual-
S controls, dresser
w.mirror, 2 night-
stands, 12 drawers in
base, $100, 622-9762
4 King Waolcrbed
suite, dr- -i.r ..
mirror, r.ra r. r.
ia or nd i .'. ir. D.-,
r.:.o r1 Ce 1 '. .J.? r: .-..rl,,r,-
1i '. l1 : i
r Livingroom setl

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t e .is l.on \ ri l, > ,',11ion
S ,i r i 3 i ,- .:

MaoI Sel QUEENl Pillow
TOp a._ I in0 o f1 .- i-.'. ,
Cor, Deliver '-u4) a;4 U4U5
MATTRESS Mem foam
brand name SET new
w/warr. $320. 858-9350
MATTRESS Brand name
Pill top set, new w/ warr
$120. Can del. 391-0015
MEMORY FOAM Brnd New


PATIO SET rc,.-'n jur
aDn ,:Er. -3ir : +
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Sleeper solo greal
condition .: 100


SWhirlpool Range
-washer/dryer bed-
Sroom, kingsize set,
dining/livingroom
furniture, computers,
television, grill, patio
swing. Prices call:
472-1417.
SWorkbench-wood,
Double door. Inside
shelf. 72 inches
L wide, with 4.5" vise.
Heavy and solid. $45.
268-2482
D Dark Cherry
wooden coffee table
,|and end table with
glass insert. Almost
new! Call David
,93". : .- 0h.6 K i : io-,

SBeoutiful Antique
Olningrouom
table and six
chairs, including
insert-also china cabi-
net, $1,400. Call 249-1666
SHigh Quality black
leather recliner
4 with foot stool- Call
D a v i d at
757-395-7026. Kingsland,
GA.
SAntique Reproduc-
tion Carlton
4 McClendon 3 piece
parlor set-dark
wood, beautiful pastel
floral print, $1,000 OBO.
282.6984. LV. M&G.


'Garage Sal


SGarage Sale:
Mandarin, Nov
10-11, 8-4. San Jose,
south to Marbon.
Follow signs to Black-
food Ct. Appliances,
tools, furniture, tractor.
268-2482
SKingsland, Sat
11/4-7-2pm, 479
tt Eagee Blvd, Laurel
Island. Something
for everyone.
4, MANDARIN-Nov.
10/11. 8-4. San Jose
J to MarbonRoad, to
L "Wilderness".
Multi-family, something
for everyone. 268-2482

MANDARIN
PSI Annual Apartment
Yard Sale! Sat. 11/4;
9a-1p 3933 Pritmore Rd.
4, MOVING SALE
Everything
goes-living,
dining, bedroom
furniture, kitchen appli-
ances, patio furniture.
For specific
Items/prices, call
472-1417.
NORTHSIDE DINSMORE
Huge Moving Yd Sale, Fri
-Sat. 7019 Civic Club Dr.
NORTHSIDE Yard Sale
Fri & Sat 10-4; 4 family
13550 Gillispie Ave.
SAN JOSE -/ Lakewood,
Sat 11/4, 8am, 6422
Dartmouth Rd.
Yard Sale-9461 Tel-
Sford Lane in
S Lakevlew at
Wotermill, Sat. Nov
4th. 8 am-2 pm. Clothes,
furniture, electronics


, Yard Sale-Sat, Nov.
4th, 112 Bedford Ct
(Brighton Lakes
Subdiv.), located
behind Winn Dixie.
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA




Lawn
Tractor-Craftsman
i 42". 19.5 HP twin
engine. Automatic
w/bagger canopy and
bumper. Great shape.
$850. 268-2482
Sears 38" Riding
Mower-Runs good,
S deck and brake
need adjustment,
$300 OBO. 781-7707




Pool Above Ground
All equip. Included,
minus the liner.
Asking $360.
904-434-0352




1/3 Diamond
Solitare Ring- Gold,
4 1 beautiful, flawless,
size 7. Paid $700,
will sacrifice for $500
OBO. call 491-7996
A 1.01 Carat
Princess Diamond.
S12, Value $6,500.
Must Sell- $3,000.
887-4624.
Engagement Ring
I1.11 carat, paid
$3,600, will sell for
$2,000. Have paper
w/ R/T 904-220-7886




Compressor
Crafolman I
HPifP
-.,:.Oa Cror iilior.
,Craftsman Table
saw, scroll saw,
| band saw, planer,
router table with
router, more tools, call
904.307-0121



Electric Wheelchair -
brand new & electric lift
kit, Pronto-M91 with
Surestep, 6.4 mph $5,000.
obo. 904-291-2783
4 Medical Scooter-
SCoI., I Rea 1 `,J,
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', 2 Person Sauna
iC-r, re-oI 'ele.:lrc
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BRASS
TEA SET

FI:Ec F -Firit -
91 2070900
Children's while
S dreser. i :
S ,.r ..- r 3 ,
Tv, CkR cOmo a$3u,
Misc. Mary Kay
cosmetics, call
(912)-510-8905.
Comm'l Smoker 3'x16'
cooking surface, 2 fire
boxes, H D $4000 282-7245
Digital Treadmill,
$100. 5-lug 8x16
white rims, set of
G- 4, $100. 422560R16
Goodyears, 30,000 mi,
$100. Call 282-6984

Electric Treadmill
T UGC, $100.
SAssorted golf balls,
L $3.50/dozen. Cigar
Humidor, holds 50 I
cigars, $15. 771-8930
FLAGPOLE
2(0 Freti ion
o.r.less 5 5le el Beil oi r
ji0.6-7t
Home Decor Items
Sfor sale. No room in
J my house, many
still in boxes, prices
vary. 908-4702
Kid's John Deere
, Powerwheels bat
Stery-powered
Gator. $90 OBO,
originally $195. Almost
new. Call 6104288. Leave
msg.
4 kid's
LeapPad-Learning
System, 8 books,
light and pen. Like
new. $50 080. Call
610-4288. Leave msg.
SOIL DRUM 250
Gallonbest offer
good condition,
Fi means travel bag
$30, Norelco elec-
tric shaver $25, Smith
Crona electric type-
writer $50 Call 771-2917
SRims-15 in gun-
metal Proline alloy.
Five lug, universal
Chrome lugnuts
with new tires 205/60R15
$400, call 303-7392.
Simmons Baby
4 Crib (mattress
tt included) Both like
new, $125, stroller
w/carseat, $25,
(904)-6469075.



PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141
Piano-Everett con-
sole, excellent
1 condition, $500
OB0. 904-220-7886




4 2nd Chance- Golf
Balls- Various
/ brands, $4/dozen,
-$10 for 3 dozen: Call
Michelle &
Bruce: 786-4406,
4 Air Hockey Table
Regulation size,
Harvard,. new
motor, cost new
$200, will sell for $75
Please call (9123-673-7285
4 Bowflex Extreme
Only 1 Year aid.
I Paid $1700, will
take $500 cash. call
282-4095. AWH


4 Bowflex Extreme II
Only two months
SI old, paid $2,300 will
take $1,000 OBO.
Call 912-729-4923
Custom
Surfboards-6'3"
S|Seven seas, $200.
6'2" Illusions $175,
A steal Call 525-2868
SOFT TOSS MACHINE
INCLUDES HEAVY NET &
BAG OF BASEBALLS
LIKE NEW, $400
ALSO
OLYMPIC BAR, BUMPER
PLATES & LIFT MAT
$350
CALL DON @ 635-0456
Trek 'Fuel' full
Womsuspension
bikmountein bike- rock
shox front shock,
Hayes disc brakes,
Shimano Deore LX $700.
Call John: 307-5841
SWomen's Trek 2100
OiCarbon race
tL bike-includes hel-
met, four ierseys,
shoes, less than 300
miles, $500.
Call John 307-5481



A 2 Great tickets-
Olivia Newton John,
Wed, Nov 29, 8pm,
Section 200, Row
G(97), seats 3/4. call:
278-2951 or 542-2102
Jaguars: VS Tenn 11/5.
VS Houston 11/12.
VS NY Giants 11/20 MON.
VS Indy 12/10.
VS New England 12/24.
Section 233, Row K. Next
to club seats. Can by 1
or all. Trey 256.882.5171
Toby Keith 2 Tickets
section floor 7, $148 for
both. Call 904-327-0835









Adopt a Pet
v Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted


SALTWATER SET UP" I
(NOm Reef Readyj)
CUSTOM SOLID OAK
CABINET WITH SLIDE

FILTER SYSTEM.
0UTS WE/TDRY i
SAND BOTTOM,
ROCKS, CORALS
AND FISH INCLUDED.
$520 OBO

For Information or
Appointment
Please Call
904-272-5200 or
904-699-1724

4 Bird cage-18 cubic
feet. Opens on top
and front, less than
l 1 year old, like
new. Accessories
included. $120 OBO.
912.673-8404.
BOXER PUPS AKC 4f/2m
Flashy, fawn & white.
Taking dep. 912-261-9761
912-270-1241 lv msg
BOXERS AKC fawn $650.
Norman's pert. straight
pups 778-4622. 993-1272
BOXERS 1 Firol- ts fJl e534

CHIHUAHUAS -Choc / tan,
fem, $200. Dachshund
M, B 388-1244
Chow Chow Pups 5 BIk F,
1 Cinnamon F, 2 Cinna-
mon M $250. 904-289-4898
DACHSHOUNDS Beauti-
ful N/F pups, shrt hr,
POP, $250eac. 282-9340
DACHSHUNDS -mini,
available now. Call for
information 276-4750
DACHSHUNDS Mini Swks,
HC, CKC, bik/tan, $325.
904-955-5920/966-2318
German Shep. AKC Pups
H/C, child friendly & well
balanced. 880-6736
LABRADOODLES Top
qual designer pups, s/w
$490 & up 706-556-0504
MALTESE PUPS CKC,
HC, white, small $650 ea
386-963-2320/386-590-3377
MIN PIN -pups, CKC, HC,
$400, 591-4447 or
777-8385
Pit Bull For Sale
S$300 OBO. ADBA
registered, 9 mo.
old, 813-313-5295
Pitt Bull Puppies
For Sale- ADBA
reg. $400-$500. 4
girls, 6 boys.
Contact 904-537-0223
or email: rawdowgken-
nel@yahoo.com/www.ra
wdowgkennel.com
POODLES STD, 4F, 3M,
$450. Tallahassee,
256-596-0587
PUG PUPS-AKC, fawn,
1st shots, dewormed,
$500. 912-473.2685/270-5082
PUPPY SALE Nice selec-
tion of toy breeds.
Call 904-768-1722
ROTTWEILER- MASTIFF
10wks, HC, POP, CKC
$250. 563-5655
SCHNOODLES 1 F/2M, all
black. Ready Nov 9th.
Asking $375. 386-842-5806
SHIH-TZU'S AKC
Beautiful babies. $400up
386-364-8345
TEACUP YORKIE MAL-
TESE AKC, adult for
sale $700 up. 904-529-8637
TIBETAN SPANIELS
Pups, 2 males, CKC,
shots, $700ea 912-576-8914
YORKIE PUPS 3 CKC
M's, 3nio's old, $400 & up.
HC/POP/Shots 904-993-2613
YORKIES 5 STAR -
Top of the line.
Pet World 262-4646


AOHA Reg Stallion 53000
,,..r..')erer 0 k -ecer &
r.:ai ali or l.illr. .,69?.9,17
HORSEMAN'S SEMINAR
'06 NOv 18- 19. OGcala
Hilton Call Peterson &-
Smith 352-237-6151
wv, w.petersonsmith.com
Hore-. & Kr.nel Worehou:c
lu-6 E dIt- lreel i 176314
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A Stumpknocker Boat
2e HP i rcor,,
Oez90.- Irdaler
saoroas. r.,o r,.e.
Jralicr. n r' l c .:


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.19o900rer 2 i 90
18' Siraos XL 03 BOat97
0:,o' ioS& irerc EF1 d-ral
cor.iole1 .iJ '66 6''3.21'2
S MacGregor 26 '02
120o.0LoP io Hp
J, 2.'") lIor.d -m

Trailer I;, retail, ,
$19,900 247-9032.

WAVERUNNER -'92,
good cond, runs great,
$1500 obo. 406-5637
4 Nitro Boat "97

v Trailer, retail
$8,350. Sell for
$6,000 firm. 214-7810.


TTOHATSU

NISSAN
and SUZUKI
Sales-Service-Parts
Advance Marine -7303332
WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition !
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440





4 Marine Deluxe 5 gal
Portable Gas
tank-red, poly
make, tempo-listed
$69.95, in good condition,
$25.00 OBO Call 241-1398





5th Wheel Travel
Trailer: '89 Layton,
i Good Condition, 32'
sleeps six, $2,500
(912)-576-5007

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

AIRSTREAM 30' -Classic
'05 w/slide out, immoc
cond, $49k obo. 276-6446
Coachman-34 ft.
Class A Mirada, '03,
S 17k miles, i-slide
queen bed, queen
sofa exc. cond., $55,900.
Call (904)-282-5943.
4, Honda Shadow
,Sabre '01- 1100cc
V av-twin, $4800, excel-
9 lent condition,
windshield, saddlebags
262-1817

RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
Low Overhead, Low Prices
Do Us Both a Favor-
Come Check Out Our
Inventory & Prices
Before You Buy an RV
Family Owned.
NO PRESSURE
(904) 714-9939
6141 Pecan Park
Exit 366 Off I 95 Next to
Pecan park Flea Market
WINNEBAGO 38ft '84,
Exc.cond., many
upgrades. $8500.
566-1295/234-2507


CASH PAID FOR
MOTORCYCLES
r,.r.n.na or nol
*, I D ck ui 3". J .i'4J.1

CBR900
I ..,. mol1,r
S:rr rorr e Criiu&r
poir, Ii IIilgn,
p-r ra, borea o'.er
I;cro l=121 5i.'irg
arm i2Sno i l.,UOO 80
COll Greg. 91.22'." i'62

Custom Chopper
fle" oarri oano
cnrrr.ne 2.300
O' mill Coll Ior pPic
912?Ii63J4,' IOK
OBO r.'ubsT tell!

HD SPORTSTER 1200 '01,
Custom Doini i890r'
]1. -2331

SHonda CRF.150 '03
4-stroke dirt bike,
red, good condi-
L tion, $1800 OBO.
Call 772.7031
or 553-0056.


4, Honda Goldwing
S 83 Interstate 1100.
4 Low miles. Excel-
L lent shape, must
see! PCS, must sell:
$3200 OBO. 887-9656.


Hondo RC51 '01
Mint condition.
Garage kept. 5,200
miles. All stock.
Extras, $6,700
firm. Call Jamie
8646699.

Motorcycle
Mustang Seat- Fits
S Road King. Like
new, $100
OBO.(904)993-1665 or
249-1611.

Suzuki Volusa
Intruder '01
$4,000, lots of
41 extras 805cc.
COli Da. a

STriumph
Thunderbird '00 900
cc, v.oler coaed
i tu,70 m.le, garage
:-lared color i, reen
r,.er goa it3 500
Cal "J. -1j86,2




Five Mag Rims
with new tires-
universal lug, 15 in
.5 lug worth $1200
sell for $500, 882-4724,
573-6617

4, Mustang Parts '96-
'98 Magnaflow
n j17,1. x iee ni .r
1150. '0, u7 rear
winaovv, louver nea
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LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Acura TL '04
Silver. black ,nae-
rnor. 38.000 miles.
E cellenc cond-.
tion. $24.998. Call
Over ao 374. 2951 or
390 3610. -5219.

ACURA TSX '04
WrerIe or Icorner
iulla roLiIp onl,
33.000 rr.e ,.980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

S Audi A4 '04
Convertible-
Loaded, XM, Bose,
factory warranty.
$27,500. 38k miles. Call




998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
v BMW 325i1 '03 Only
38,000 m. Prem &
sport pkg. $23,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMW 330i '06
Silver, premium
pkg, like new$36,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

BUICK LACROSSE
? 06 Extra low miles,
fully equip. $15,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CADILLAC D0EV-
( ILLE '04. Diamond
pearl/white, SR,
chrome wheels. $18,890
998-0012
LEXU5S OF JACKSONVILLE















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extra savings!
Military atid First
lime Buyers
Welcome!
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likefamily,icome to

BCHEVROLET
1550 CASSAT AVE

891-8672
387-4041
210-3004







( CHEVY AVEO '04
Only 23k mi $10,380
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


CHRYSLER
TOWN &
COUNTRY
STOW & GO
2005

My loss, your Gain
Fully loaded, leather
seats, heated.
Power windows,
auto slide doors and
tailgate. 6 disc CD
changer, AC front &
rear, sep. controls,
& to much to men-
tlon. Call for details
23000 miles
asking $26,000
553-3249 or
771-2442


FORD FOCUS '03 Tan
woggon, 1 owner, low
mileage. $7500 389-7495

FORD MUSTANG
GT '05. Only 2600
Miles. $25,660
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

FORD MUSTANG
'02 V6, Pony Pack-
age, red. $8,999.
b Call (912)576-2756
or (912)573-4009.
Great condition!

FORD MUSTANG
CONV '03 GT, fully
equipped. $18,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

SFord Mustang
Cobra '98 SVT
| convertible, 37,000
S miles, bonus extra
set of four tires and
rims $14,990. 314-3061




GRAPHITE GREY
RIMS, TINT, SOUND,
SSUNROOF, LEATHER,

CALL FOR DETAILS
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HONDA ACCORD '02, 58k
mi's, silver, $12,500.
Never wrecked. 819-6944

0 Honda Accord EX
'94 5 spd, leather,
PW, sunroof, CD.
eng. good. Needs
clutch-$1500, OBO.
912-541-1570

Hyundai Elantra '02
53k miles, sunroof,
J,7all opt, 9 mos, 7kmi
remain w/factory
bumper to b umper
warranty. $6500 551-7235









'05 CHEVY
CORVETTE
AT, Navigation
$41,900
'05 FORD-
MUSTANG-
Red, coupe, 20k
$18,900
'03 VW PASSAT
Auto, sunroof
$15,300
'04 AUDI TT
Roadster
180HP
$25,900
'05 FORD F-150
Fx4, 4x4,15k
$24,900
'03 CHEVY
CORVETTE
6 Speed
$29,900
'05 GMC
YUKON
SLT, 3rd seat
$27,900
'02 BMW 745i
Premium Package,
CD, Leather Sunroof
$33,859
'02 SUBARU
FORESTER
Low miles, 4x4
$14,900
'02 AUDI A6
Quattro 2.7T
Black
$22,900
'03 CHEVY
CORVETTE
Cab, black, only 26k
$36,900
'06 INFINITI
G35 White, 14k
$27,900.
'05 GMC
YUKON SLT,
3rd seat
$27,900
'05 CHYRSLER
PT CRUISER
GT Cabriolet, 29K mi
$178,900
'06 MAZDA MX3
Sunroof, Leather
$14,800
'02 JAGUAR
S TYPE
$18,900
'06 HONDA S2000
Leather, Bose Sound
One Owner, 3K Miles


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7\ INFINITI G35
Coupe '04. Pearl
white/tan, extra
low. miles. $26,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
INFINITI G35 '03
Coupe, red/tan,
Spoiler, fully
equipped. $25,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Mercedes Benz '03
C240, Sliver
Beauty, Sunroof,
disc changer,
deluxe package.
Greaol Ride. $19,500
0 0 Call 505-4780.
MERCEDES SL500 '99
black, 56K mi. $29,000
OBO. 904-472-3542
MITSUBISHI LANCER
ES '03 AC, Runs great.
$7950. 334-1478
Mustang V6 '02,
S Pony Package,
Red. $19,500. C all
912-576-2756 or
912-573-4009. Nothing
wrong, getting new car.
Mustang V6 '02
S Pony Package,
Red, $8,999. Call
(912)-576-2756.
Great condition.
. t7\NISSAN 350Z Conv.
(P'04 Touring. Only
17,000 miles. $29,990
998-0012
,. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7\ NISSAN 350Z
; CONV '05. Nay, CD
Ithr, 10K mi.$30,990
S 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN ALTIMA
2.5S '06. Like new.
$17,900 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Nissan Altima '01
S GXE, low miles,
garage kept, non-
smoker, call
213-4155 evening,
best offer.
S Pontiac Grand Am
96 Runs good,
drives good, 5spd,
all pwr, $2400 OBO.
S 912-673-8223
T PONTIAC GRAND
PRIX '02. Only 50K
miles. $8980
998-0012
, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'7 (\ PONTIAC SOL-
SSTICE '05. Only 800
miles, leather, CD,
fully equipped. $26,320
998-0012
SLEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SPONTIAC GRAND PRIX
"02 cl,:an :ar 12 ,.: D'I
cnorg-r. rea.",-oole
ice cola 4C .,:, : -r-
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ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600


KEYAUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000



BENTLEY- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Odando Fl407-339-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
KEYBUCK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICIHT CADILUAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
- PARm CADILLAC
283San Marco, StAug (904)824-9181



COGGIN CHEW AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEWVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041


ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIRN
Chrysler of Orange Padk
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



ATlANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd, 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE


Pontiac Trans Am
'02 Red w/tan, con-
t. vertible, loaded.
Hurst 6spd, 18k
miles. Call 704-8872.
$26,000.
SATURN L200 '01 Exc
cond full pwr, good
m.p.g. $6 3 00 0 o b o
904-536-0832
SToyota Camry'05
LE, white/gray
t I interior, tinted win-
dows, CD, AM/FM,
loaded, private owner, 4
cyl, 14k miles, 491-7996
0 Toyota Camry '01
LE, 135k miles,
Fully loaded,
tt $6,500. Call Sherri
at: 904.766-6068.
Toyota Camry '01
135k miles. Fully
loaded, $5,500,
call Sherri
904-2666068
TOYOTA MATRIX
'06 Only 13,000
miles. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
0 Toyota Matrix '06
4 DR, Sport
Wagon, $15,500
OBO. 20,000 miles,
32mpg, Call
803-3012 or 908-4502.
4 Volkswagen Beetle
'02 Automatic,
leather, power
S everything, moon-
roof, grey color. $11,200
OBO. 542.2139, 422-2725,
284-0676.
VW BEETLE '00 GLX

Turbo, 5 spd, 71K ml,
$7600 904-287-1224
VW BUG-'05, conv .
cream, tan top, 20K- mi
$18,900 obo 280-9062
VW JETTA '97 4 door,
$2995, 904-248-0926
Trucks,Vans, SUVs '00-05
* ALL
Military
and
Civilian
I$0 DOWN
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662-0726




( CADILLAC EXT
'03. Lthr, CD, SR,
only 36K mi.$30,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Chevrolet 1993
Worktruck
white, 8 ft bed
with Pipe Rack
Two wheel drive
6 cyl $2000 BO
3228036


CHEVY TAHOE
'03 Only 46,000 mi,
Black/tan, quad
seats, sunroof. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY TAHOE
'03 Champ/tan,
fully equipped,
only 49k ml. $18.980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
C Dodge Dakota '01
Sport, w/diamond
S plate toolbox,
am/fm cassette,
5spd, manual, $5,500.
Call Da.'ld or Mikkl
DODGE
SDURANGO SLT
02 Lrclr.,:.dr L'
lull, .:au.O-lii:- lII '1 "
99800012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE RAM SRT
VIPER '04. Vii)
molor. 6 -;pd ri,
8k mi I.. rnew j1,3. 9?5
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Fords & All Make- Model
Ci I1 0D,0. 6 ur. 1. m
ca. jn .-r Ilr, r u. :r h.
,,ur I 5 "
/ FORD
S EXPLORER
SPORT TRAC '03
Lke r.e. onl, 1,8 beu.U
-,,le tiJ 8fl,
9980012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD
( EXPLORER Eddie
Bauer '05
Leather, CD. $19,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
t FORD
EXPLORER '03
P Leather, CD, beau-
tiful. $14,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SFord Explorer '91
81,700 miles, V6,
runs greatly 4
L wheel drive, needs
paint. Good tires.
Call David: (904)8666961
SFord Ranger '00
Super cab, 4D,
tI XLT, V6-3.0L,
SExcellent condition,
fully loaded, 85k miles,
$8,500 269-7318
y FORD SPORT
TRAC '05. Only
20,000 miles, fully
equipped $18,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GMC '".r- DULLY 3.)'.'
45 1 I.' ,;,'- "-- .'c 0.001
.:,.r.a i'K I 1 I'2 5 ,31i']
GMC ENVOY '98
j>sj ui, o "6. T3iKe
O.C r lii9 Fn'.l ;6'9-0
904. 564. 7826
f.GMC YUKON LT
L '04. Onni R u(0 mi
lir.r CD i.3 061'


MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


NORfflIliOlRDRAICUliclH UY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIFFIN UNCOLN MERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000



OUmS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
MAZDA CITY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600



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


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.cityautomotive.com
CRY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautomotive.com


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000,
MIE SHADISSANOFJAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1 ScutStA4g. 904-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


COGGIN PONmlAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
NIMNICHT PONTIAC GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826



BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155


ROLLS ROYCE ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando F 407-339-3443


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Forida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHADFORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673


NIMNICHT POM1AC-GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER GMC T11UCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502


a m OHAONAImnK
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800-456-1689
HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 PipsHwy, 370-1300
LUCAS HONDAOFJAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277


HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


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


MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd .642-1500


ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Paik
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave, 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Eit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454


COGGINKIA
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
RAY CARtER KIA



LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.


INFINITI FX35 '04
Extra Low Miles,
white/ tan. $27,380
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

ISUZU
RODEO '99
86K MILES, A/C,
PWR STEERING PWR
WINDOWS, PWR
DOOR LOCKS, TILT
WHEEL CRUISE
CONTROL, AM/FM
STEREO, CASS.,
DUAL FRONT AIR
BAGS.
ABS 4-WHEEL. ROOF
RACK. ALLOY
WHEELS.
Private Individual
$6000 obo.
Call 553 3249
JEEP '91. 4WD. n e,
tire-. rims. hlte 11700
375 2334
Jerp Cherokee
Laredo '91 cr..G:. n.
4r I aC, r Do...r
r..,,l ic, in rlrcp
r" nJ :'r. :-11 i? 50,
1 a ,.-'4
y JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LTD
'05 iOKm. 124 380u
998 0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LTD
'04 JXI .8 hII,
L,.D r .nrou 'f i ? 9
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SJeep Hard top-
w/upper doors, fits
different years,
needs some minor
work, $800 OBO. 573-6617
or 882-4724
SJeep Laredo '90 4
wheel drive, auto
S tran, A/C, $1500.
Call 260-4012.
JEEP LIBERTY SPORT
'03 2wd, V6, auto, under
20K mi $13,900 259.0766
MITSU MIRAGE '00
A/C, 79K, Take over $99
Pmts $1950 904-564-7826
Nissan Frontier '03
T xe-v6,
Screwcab, excellent
S condition, remote
start, premium
sound system, 38k ml.
Tonneau Cover.
$12,500 neg.
904.7790579/9938106.
SNissan Pathfinder
'95 140k miles,
,1: I :1I L '. ,
311/ Er.6r.r.,u
6ij1Jlu
y NISSAN XTERRA
'03 On', 35 (100 rro
S.14 691: 998 0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
qy TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER '07 l4i
aOni. 6K n-, 31 990
998-0012


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advertisements
in the
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section of the
Classified

Dodge Grand
Caravan '99- SE,
flex fuel, 24mpg,
S good cond, $4300
OBO. 904-284-0047 or
904-539-9005

JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE '93
A/C, Auto Looks & Runs
Greats OBO $1950
904-564-7826

MAZDA MPV '90
Auto Runs Great $690
904-564-7826



CHEVY VAN '89 $1100
CHEVY VAN '93 w/A/C
$1500. CALL 904- 434-2799



M Mustang Alloy
Rims & Ti"res. New
% Yokohama
P205/65R15. Tires
mounted and balanced,
$175.264.-3777
Q Original 20" Rims
for Dodge Ran.
Chrome, Good-
kD year tires incl.
$1200 OBO. Call Evan at


SATORN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071
SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200




KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700
CIY SUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityautomotive. co



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762
COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
KEMI PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100
UGHTlOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
O'SIEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy, 396-5486
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



O'SIEEN VOLVO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694




BEACH BVI AUTOMOhiVE
www.beachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
DRIVE TICKET
www.driveticket.com
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
Tom Bush BMW
9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
IL.P. AUTO SALES
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