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Food Locker
Donations Needed
Page 4


Fall Festival
CDC Has A Special Day
Page 13


Monster Dash
Miller Wins Event
Page 19


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2006




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USO celebrates 65 years



with special gala event


Honorary
Chairman and
Host Ed
McMahon ban-
ters with Naval
Hospital
Jacksonville
Commanding
Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono at
the beginning of
the show.


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor
T he Greater Jacksonville
Area USO celebrated the
USO's 65th anniversary
with a special "Thanks for the
Memories" Gala at the Times-
Union Performing Arts
Center's Moran Theatre
Saturday night. Hundreds of
military members, city leaders,
Jacksonville residents and
their families attended the
three-hour event which includ-
ed music, dance, comedy and
even some magic.
Early guests were treated to
some patriotic music courtesy
of Navy Band Southeast's
Ceremonial Band. The audi-
ence then participated by
singing along to the patriotic
song, "This Land is Your
Land," performed by cast mem-
bers followed by an Andrews
Sisters medley performed by
Vocalists Michelle Miller,
Margaret Weitzel and Karen
Miller.
With the toot of a horn,
Honorary Chairman and Host
Ed McMahon arrived on stage
in an old military Marine
Corps jeep along with Naval
Hospital Jacksonville Com-
mindincli Officer Capt. Raquel
B:'no. After a few moments of
banter, Bono recognized some
key military members in the
audience and then it was on
with the show.
McMahon has been an enter-
tainment icon for more than six
decades and is a retired Marine
colonel fighter pilot with 85
combat missions under his belt.
He spent 30 years working
with Johnny Carson, 12 years
hosting Star Search, nine years
co-hosting Bloopers and
Practical Jokes and has been in
numerous feature films and TV
shows.
"I was actually stationed in
Green Cove Springs many
years ago. In fact, I met my
wife at a USO dance in Jack-
sonville," said McMahon. "I'm
happy to be back and to partici-
pate in this event."
Highlighting the event, were
special guests Mickey Rooney
and his wife, Jan who per-
formed a number of songs
while reflecting on Mickey's life
and the old days of Hollywood.
"We are here tonight because I
am an Army veteran who
earned the Bronze Star during
my service and because we
were invited by our old friend,
Ed McMahon and the USO,"


Mickey Rooney and his wife, Jan,
Off' during the show.
them, we'll be there. It's all
about taking care of our troops
because they are working so
hard for us," added Jan.
Rooney has spent the past 80
years in show business and has
starred in more than 200 films,
earning him an Honorary
Oscar for Lifetime Achieve-
ment, a special Juvenile Oscar
in 1939, five Oscar nomina-


perform "Let's Call the Whole Thing

tions, one Emmy Award and
two Golden Globes.
The Rooney's were also able
to visit the Sailors on board
USS John F. Kennedy Friday
"We were thrilled to be able to
meet the Sailors and tour the
ship, especially since it is being
decommissioned," said Mickey.
The event also featured
See USO GALA, Page 8


Legendary Actor Mickey Rooney
and Ed McMahon offer some
jokes and talk about the old
Hollywood days at the USO's
65th Anniversary Gala Saturday
night.
said Mickey.
"We have been on the road
for the past six years perform-
ing our show and just returned
from the United Kingdom.
We've always done a lot of
work with the USO and any-
time we can do something for


Marines return home from Iraq


By Staff


Ninety-two Marine Re-servists from
Bravo Company of the Fourth
Assault Amphibian Battalion
returned home to the Armed Forces
Reserve Center at NAS Jacksonville
Sunday after a deployment to Iraq.
Bravo Company is based here with a
detachment in Galves-ton, Texas. They
mobilized in December 2005, after conduct-
ing 45 days of training at Camp LeJeune,
N.C. They deployed to Iraq in April of this
year and conducted river and land combat


operations in support of Operation Iraqi
Freedom in the Western Anbar Province of
Iraq.
Bravo Company, also known as Dam
Security Unit Two, was deployed to Iraq as
a boat unit, trading in their AAVs for a 40-
foot small unit riverine craft to patrol the
Euphrates River. Their mission was to
patrol and ensure the security of the
Hadithah D.am and deny the enemy move-
ment on the rivers in the Al Anbar
Province. Other missions included
patrolling the local roads ensuring the
security and safety of these service roads
for other military traffic.


Half of the company was deployed to Ar
Ramadi to assist the Army with their oper-
ations in the local area, and to also provide
security and deny anti-coalition forces
movement on the river.
Several members of this unit were
awarded the Purple Heart while in Iraq for
non-life threatening injuries.
The reservists returned to Camp
Lejeune in late October to conduct post-
deployment out-processing which includes
health assessments, family readiness
briefs, return and reunion briefs, adminis-
trative records screening and equipment
maintenance.


Predatory Lending Seminar offered gers of predatory lending. Guest speakers include retired Adm. Steve Abbot,
president and CEO of NMCRS, Jean Fox of Consumer Federation of
A leadership seminar on predatory lending is being offered Nov. 15 from president and CEO of NMCS Jean Fox of Consumer Federation of
8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. The event is being pre- America, Lynn Drysdale of Jacksonville Area Legal Aid and Michelle Barth,
sented by the base and the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) to regional director for Sen. Bill Nelson. To register, call Diane Bennett at 778-
better help senior personnel assist young Sailors and Marines about the dan- 0353 or e-mail bennettd@jaxvil.nmcrs.org by close of business today.

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Looking back in time ...


HEY MONEYMANI


File photo
The Photographic Department of Photographic Squadron Sixty-Two (VJ-62) stands in front of their AJ-2P aircraft. The
squadron would later become Heavy Photographic Squadron Sixty-Two (VAP-62).


Hey, MoneyMan!
My wife thinks I spend
too much money. She is
always worried that we
may have too much debt
and will eventually be
unable to pay our bills.
We do have some debt,
but I don't think we are
any different from other
military families. How can
I convince her that spend-
ing the money I make is
natural and that we do not
have more debt than any-
one else?
MoneyMan Sez:
All families spend
money. The trick is to
know the difference
between spending and
overspending. With easy
access to credit cards,
debit cards, online pur-
chases and ATMs, over-
spending has never been
easier.
According to a recent
article in "The Dollar
Stretcher," there are
things you should consider
when determining if you
have too much debt. Here
are a few:
Your credit card bal-
ances are rising but your
income is not.
You are only paying
the minimum amounts on
your accounts, or even less


than the minimum.
You are juggling bills.
You are at the limit on
each of your credit cards.
You consistently
charge more each month
on your credit cards than
you make in payments.
You don't know how
much you owe AND you
really don't want to find
out.
You use your credit
card, not for convenience,
but because you do not
have the money.
You are dipping into
savings or your TSP to pay
your monthly bills.
You are hiding the true
cost of your purchases
from your spouse.
You are signing up for
every credit card that
sends you an unsolicited
offer.
If none of the above
apply to you, you are doing
an excellent job. If three
or more apply, see a finan-
cial counselor to learn how
you can better manage
your debt. Getting debt
under control is a key step
to financial fitness and
security.

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


ON THE HOMEFRONT


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Correction
n Page 12 of last week's Jax Air News, the U.S. Air
Force F-15 Eagle was misidentified as a F-16
Falcon. Also, the A-10 Thunderbolt II was misiden-
tified as the P-51 Mustang. We regret this error.

Navy-Madine Corps
Relief Society' Make Us Your First Resource:
Not Your Last Resort!

". 542-3191


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SUNDAY SERVICES

You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:


5 p.m. Catholic Mass
8:15 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal


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EN2 NICHOLAS RATHER
SJob title/command:
S NAS Jacksonville
First Lieutenant's Division

Hometown: Clifton Forge,
Ga.

Family Life: I have four children.

Past Duty Stations: uSS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN 69), Assault Craft Unit Two,
USS Nassau. USS Iwo Jima (LHD 9)

Career Plans: To retire from the Navy in 11
years.

Most Interesting Experience: Being on
a landing craft and dropping off Marines at the
beaches of Kuwait when the Gulf War started
in 2003.

Words of Wisdom: Life is too short, live it
to the fullest and take chances. The outcome
could be great!


-P JOE CARREIRO

S... Job title/command:
Head Golf Professional,
NAS Jax Golf Course

Hometown: Philadelphia

Family Life: Married with three dogs.

Past Duty Stations: Crystal Lake Country
Club in Pompano Beach, Fla.

Career Plans: I plan to become a director of
golf/general manager of a golf facility.

Most Interesting Experience: Flying on
a C-12 to Puerto Rico with Rear Adm. Steve
Turcotte.

Words of Wisdom: Go easy, step lightly,
stay free. (The Clash)


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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/AW) 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 AiK AIR NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The lux BI NES can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email jaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the InAIm NiWs Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The IJK AIR NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
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Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-4168
Linda Edenfield, Advertising Sales Manager 904-359-4336


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NAS Jax FFSC director triumphs


at Woman of Color award conference


By MCI (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor
NAS Jax Fleet and Family Ser-
vice Center (FFSC) Director
Carolyn McCorvey attended
the 2006 Women of Color Technology
Award Conference held in Atlanta
Oct. 19-21 and brought home the
p-estigious Women of Color Technol-
ogy All-Star award.
: The award signifies accomplished
women of color who have demonstrat-
ed extraordinary excellence in their
work, strong commitment to their
communities and leadership as wor-
thy role models for young and upcom-
ing leaders.
McCorvey was nominated for the
award by Cmdr. Robert Benjamin Jr.,
commanding officer of NS
Pascagoula, Miss., for recognition of
her achievements as NS Pascagoula
FFSC director before recently trans-
ferring to NAS Jax to assume the
same position. "She has demonstrated
the leadership, foresight and determi-
nation that are truly an exceptional
combination," stated Benjamin.
As director of FFSC, McCorvey
ensures the Navy's mission of ensur-
ing the human services needs of mili-
tary personnel and their families are
fulfilled. Diligently, she developed
cohesive relationships with military
commands and established critical
partnerships with community enti-
ties.
After Hurricane Katrina,- McCorvey
was responsible for many areas of
operation and ensured the efficiency
of daily procedures.
McCorvey has continually extended
her services to the community
through many avenues. She was the
keynote speaker at the Gulf Coast
Black Women Exposition, has con-
ducted lectures on child development
for parents in local schools and has
provided stress management work-
shops for teens.
A woman of faith, mother of four


Photo courtesy of Carolyn McCorvey
NAS Jax Fleet and Family Service Center Director Carolyn McCorvey proudly dis-
plays her award with Cmdr. Robert Benjamin Jr., commanding officer of NS
Pascagoula, Miss., at the 2006 Women of Color Technology Awards Conference
held in Atlanta Oct. 19-21.


children and a grandmother of four,
McCorvey is humbled and honored to
be recognized. "It is a real honor to
have won this award," she stated. "It
is especially nice to have been recog-
nized for something that I love
doing."
McCorvey was the only woman who
was an award recipient from the
Southeast Region. Other recipients at
the conference in different categories
were from Fortune 500 companies,
government positions, colleges and
universities from across the country.
"Being in an arena of such impres-
sive intellectuals who were all women


of color, was a rare experience for me.
It was humbling experience, and a
feeling of validation that I will never
forget it," stated McCorvey.
"Hopefully next year, more commands
will be aware of the conference and
they will take advantage of this
superb opportunity. In all of my time
working with the military, I have
come across a lot of dynamic employ-
ees, both military and civilian, who
would be deserving of such recogni-
tion."
For more information on the
Women of Color Technology Awards,
go to womenofcolor.net.


'Nightdippers' complete first month of deployment
By L. Trevor Prouty -i operate alongside coalition
HS-5 PAO .V .' '. partners to conduct MSO
S ,... under international mar-
ailors from the HS-5 _-. time conventions to ensure
"Nightdippers," com- security and safety in inter-
pleted their f.-- --aft i --
pleted their first national waters, so that all
month of deployment in o- commercial shipping can
support of maritime security __ operate freely while transit-
operations (MSO). ing the region.
HS-5, an integral element t MSO help set the condi-
of Carrier Air Wing Seven, tions for security and stabil-
is currently deployed aboard -.-- --* ity in the maritime environ-
the Nimitz-class aircraft 7 ment, aswellascomple-
carrier USS Dwight D. -... ment the counter-terrorism
Eisenhower (CVN 69). as Photo by MC2 Dale Miller and security efforts of
part of the Eisenhower An HH-60H Seahawk helicopter assigned to the regionalnations.
Carrier Strike Group. "Nightdippers" of HS-5 departs the flight deck aboard USS These operations deny
They flown more than 200 Enterprise (CVN 65) during turnover with the Nimitz-class international terrorists use
hours and the missions aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) Oct. 31. of the maritime environ-
ranged from naval special coordination required to ful- Over the coming months ment as a venue for attack
operations fast-roping exer- fill an overseas medical HS-5 will strive to continue or to transport personnel,
cises to anti-submarine war- evacuation from ship to their established precedence weapons or other material.
fare operations since they shore is intensive and of excellence, providing the MSO includes a fullrange of
deployed last month. involves many facets of HS- vital services necessary to activities from assisting
They've also provided a con- 5 personnel, ranging from ensure the success of Ike mariners in distress to visit,
stant presence during carri- the pilots who fly the Carrier Strike Group and its board, search and seizure
er fixed-wing flight opera- patients ashore to the main- missions. board, search and seizure
tions, ensuring HS-5's tainers who keep the air- During deployment, the operations to engaging
search and rescue swim- craft in a constant state of strike group is prepared to regional and coalition
mers were nvailabl. rae navies.


"Although I am new to the
fleet, I have already been
impressed by the level of
professionalism shown in
our operational actions to
date. It is gratifying to
finally conduct real world
missions which make a true
difference," said Lt.j.g. Dan
Person, a Nightdipper pilot.
'They also flew two imme-
diate medical evacuations in
support of Ike. The level of


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"Conducting medical evac-
uations overseas is always
an interesting experience.
The difficulty level increases
due to language barriers
and unknown facilities,
however the satisfaction of
flying a patient to safety is a
constant," said
AW2(AW/NAC/MTS) John
Frietze, one of the aircrew
who participated in the
medical evacuations.


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TM3 Eileen Rodriguez of the NAS Jax Command Master
Chief's office stocks food item donations at the NAS Jax
Food Locker in Building 1. The items will be used for
holiday gift baskets during the upcoming holiday sea-
son for Sailors and their families who may need some
assistance.


NAS Jax Food Locker

in need of donations
By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor
With the holiday season fast approaching,
preparations are underway at the NAS Jax
Food Locker to ensure every military fami-
ly here who may need a little help financially, gets a
nutritious holiday meal.
The food locker program helps Sailors and their
families who are in need by collecting donations
from those who are able to give.
"The program is a great, because we are. taking
care of our Sailors," explained CMDCM(SW) Chris
Green, NAS Jax command master chief. "It's Sailors
helping Sailors. People donate items and we distrib-
ute food baskets to those who need them. Our
biggest focus is during the Thanksgiving and
Christmas holidays."
To keep the food locker stocked, donations are
needed throughout the year. Donations can be any
non-perishable foods such as canned goods or boxed
items.
"We really need boxes of .stuffing, instant mashed
potatoes, packaged gravy and pie fillings for the hol-
iday bags we will be making up soon," said NAS Jax
Food Locker Manager RPCS(FMF/SW) Steven
Crowder. "These bags will have all the trimmings
needed for a Thanksgiving meal for our military
families."
During the holiday season, food items are pack-
aged and distributed in special holiday bags to those
service members who may need a little extra help
during the holidays. These bags contain all the
usual holiday fixings and a coupon to pick up a free
turkey at the base commissary. The food locker
maintains a special account and all donated funds
go directly into this account to purchase food items
for needy families.
To be eligible for these holiday meals, families
must be screened and selected by their commands.
A list is then sent to Crowder and the bags are cre-
ated and can then be picked up either by the com-
mand or individual families.
Donations can be made at the NAS Jax
Commissary in the special bins near the doors
(which should be set up in the next few days) or at
Building 1, Room 242, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. For more information, call 542-3051.


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Director of Military Affairs for the City of Jacksonville Dan McCarthy (left) presents Mickey Rooney with a key to the city as his wife, Jan (center), and Greater Jacksonville Area USO
Executive Director K.C. McCarthy look on during the VIP reception before the USO 65th Anniversary Gala Saturday night.


The Jacksonville-based vocal group, The Metropolitans, gives a riveting performance during
the show.


Retired Lt. Gen. Buck Beddard presents Greater Jacksonville Area Executive Director K.C.
McCarthy with a bouquet of flowers to thank her for her dedication to helping military mem-
bers as Ed McMahon (left), and Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel
look on.


Chairman and CEO of the Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation Delores Weaver talks
about the long-standing partnership of the USO and National Football League. "NFL
players and cheerleaders travel the world visiting our military troops," she said.


From Page 1

numerous song and dance numbers per-
formed by local talent, including ni-,mbel s of
A Social Affair Dance Studio. the
Jacksonville "Metropolitans," Th. Natural
Truth, the Jacksonville Jaguars Cheerlead-
ers "The Roar" and vocalists Don Burris,
Donnie Locke and Jake Hunter. Master of
ceremonies was Jim Villers who added some
light humor with his jokes between acts.
And of course, what's a variety show
without a little magic? The audience was
thrilled as Comedian and Magician Terry
Jones demonstrated his magic along with
the help of several Sailors who got up on
stage and played along during the act.
After a 15-minute intermission, the per-
formers continued entertaining the crowd
with show tunes and patriotic numbers.
Near the end of the event, several speak-
ers acknowledged the importance of the
USO and what it does for service members
and their families. "We are here tonight to
celebrate the 65th birthday of the USO.
The National Football League (NFL) has
a long-standing relationship with the USO.
This year marks the 40th year of the NFL's
partnership with the USO," said Delores
Weaver, chairman and CEO of the
Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation. "In 1965,
then Commissioner Pete Rozelle, suggested
a plan to have NFL players visit troops in
Vietnam. The following year, the NFL
joined forces with the USO and became the
first sports organization to send players
around the world to bring a special smile to
those serving in far regions of the world.
NFL cheerleaders, including The Roar have
performed at USO and Armed Forces enter-
tainment shows throughout our world."
"It is an honor to support the USO who
provides a home away from home to our
military who put country before self. To all
the men and women in the military, we
offer special heartfelt 'thanks' for keeping
us safe 24/7," she continued.
A special recognition was given to
Greater Jacksonville Area USO Executive
Director K.C. McCarthy for her dedication
and service to the USO. "We wanted to cel-
ebrate the USO's 65th anniversary and its
heritage of serving those who serve. Other
major cities that host a USO hold a gala
event to celebrate the work of the USO and
it serves as their primary fundraiser. We
don't do that here and I thought it was
time we did," said McCarthy. "It took an
enormous amount of work to pull this
event off. In three months time, and with
just a handful of major players coordinat-
ing the event, a spectacular show was put
together," said McCarthy. "The USO here
has experienced tremendous growth in the
past two years and we need to continue to
grow to better honor and serve our local
military and their families."
Before the gala, a reception was held at
the Omni Jacksonville Hotel to recognize


Vocalist John Hunter croons an Elvis Presley
number as members of A Social Affair Dance
Studio perform on stage.


Comedian and Magician Terry Jones does a
magic trick with the help of USS John F.
Kennedy Executive Officer Capt. Brad
Robinson. After burning the card in
Robinson's hand, it magically reappeared
inside an orange that Jones cut open.
sponsors for the event including Armor
Holdings, Goodrich, PRI Productions,
Weaver Family Foundation, Miller Electric
Company, BlueCross BlueShield of
Florida, CTI, Yamaha, WOKV, Spectrum,
Broadbased and the Omni.
"We came here tonight to support this
event and let the USO know how much we
appreciate them. We have a program that
recognizes our military members at our
home games, which is a USO program, that
allows Sailors and Marines to buy tickets at
a low cost. We also have a program called
Sailor's Aweigh for families of deployed mil-
itary members that allows them to come to
games for free," said Jacksonville Jaguars
Owner Wayne Weaver. "It's our way of say-
ing 'thank-you' to our military."
Several other events were held through-
out the day in celebration of the USO's
65th anniversary including a motorcycle
ride and festivities at The Jacksonville
Landing.
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Jax Ar News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 9, 2006 9


The Navy Band Southeast Ceremonial Band plays some patriotic music for early guests at the gala.


The Natural Truth from Jacksonville harmonize together, perform-
ing a number of old favorites for the audience.


Vocalist Maggie Weitzel performs "Bie Miere Bister Shurn" as mem-
bers from A Social Affair Dance Studio perform a dance number.


Honorary Chairman and Host Ed McMahon arrives on stage with Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono via an old Marine Corps jeep during the show.


Comedian and Magician Terry Jones performs some practical
jokes on AW2(AW/NAC) Ryan Kobeski of Afloat Training
Group Mayport, as part of the show.








A Social Affair
Dance Studio owner
Chris Thomas and
dance instructor
Carolyn Ignatz
gracefully perform
a routine
during the show.


The entire cast sings "God Bless America" as the audience gives them a standing ovation at the end of the gala.








10 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 9, 2006




USO hands out free tickets


ByMCI(SW/AW)
Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor


he Greater Jackson-
ville Area USO hand-
ed out more than 150
free tickets donated to the
USO by country music star
Toby Keith for his perform-
ance Nov. 3 at the Jackson-
ville Veteran's Memorial
Arena.
"Toby Keith donated
these tickets to the USO
and that's pretty much
expected when he is per-
forming in a town that has
a strong military presence,"
stated Sallie Campbell, a
volunteer at the NAS Jax
USO.
The USO made the tick-
ets available first-come,
first-serve to active duty
members Nov. 3.
Sailors stood in line for
quite, a long time in hopes
of getting their hands on a
pair of the tickets. AZ2
Dustin Schack of HS-15,
was first in line. "I have
been here since 2 a.m. and
I am getting the tickets for
my wife," he said.
Others had to ensure that
military obligations were
completed before jumping
into line.
"I am so excited about
this. I did my morning
physical training with my
command and then I kept
on running all the way here
so I could be in line by 6
a.m.," said AT3(AW) Jane


Photos by MC1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Active duty Sailors patiently wait for the doors to the USO to open at 8 a.m. Nov. 3 to receive
free tickets to country music star Toby Keith's concert.


Pelletier of the Center for
Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit (CNATTU)
Jax.
Sgt. 1st Class Xiengkone
Vongkoth who is stationed
at Camp Blanding, man-
aged to get word of the free
tickets. "Our battalion com-
mander told us about the
tickets yesterday and we
were able to get here by
6:30 a.m.," said Vongkoth.
"I saw Toby Keith in Iraq
at Fort Tallafar. He really
brought up our morale and
I appreciated his patriot-
ism."
Toby Keith tickets
weren't the only free item
on the list to be handed out
to active duty Sailors. The
USO staff also had approxi-
mately 150 tickets for the
well-known Trans-Siberian


The history



of the USO
From the Internet
ixty-five years ago, President
Franklin Roosevelt conceived the
USO to reach out directly from the
American people to those in military uni-
forms who serve them.
Non-governmental, but civilian and vol-
untary in make-up, the organization would
serve as a link of compassion and reassur-
ance from the ordinary citizen, that
America cares, remembers, and supports
the- service and sacrifice of those who
defend her. It would deliver morale
enhancing programs and services around
the world. Put simply, through its unique
and selfless personality and character, the
USO would deliver "America" to those far
from home.
Throughout World War II, USO was the
channel for community participation in the
war effort. In more than 3,000 communi-
ties, USO centers were established to
become the G.I.'s "Home Away From
Home". Between 1940 and 1944, U.S.
troops grew from 50,000 to 12 million and
their need for a variety of services grew
accordingly. USO facilities were quickly
opened in such unlikely places as church-
es, log cabins, museums, castles, barns,
beach and yacht clubs, railroad sleeping
cars, old mansions and storefronts.
USO programs were as varied as the
places that housed.them. While most
aimed to provide off-duty recreation for the
mostly male and fairly young service per-
sonnel, some were designed for women in
uniform, while others provided childcare
for military wives. USO's could be many
things to many people: a lively place to
dance and meet people; a place to see
movies or find religious, counsel, a quiet
place to talk or write letters or the place to
go for free coffee and doughnuts.
The USO truly made history when it
came to entertaining the troops. From 1941
to 1947, USO Camp Shows presented an
amazing 428,521 performances. There were
sometimes 700 or more performances each
day, all over the world. More than 7,000
entertainers, "brave soldiers in greasepaint"
traveled overseas, from the biggest movie
stars to unknown vaudevillians. Some
never returned, having fallen beside the
fighting men or perished en route in plane
crashes. By the end of World War II, the
USO could claim that more.than 1.5 million
volunteers had worked on its behalf.
In the 1970's when the draft ended, the
need for USO was questioned, but after
reviewing its programs, it remained. The
USO was launched into a new era of peace-
time service. Programs were developed to
smooth frictions between military and
local communities and for the first time,
the USO helped those leaving the service
make the transition to civilian life. Its
headquarters moved from New York to
Washington, D.C. in 1975.
Throughout the 80's USO increased its
scope of peacetime services and expanded
its family focus. Today's composition of the
U.S. Armed Forces has changed dramati-
cally, not primarily single and male; but
10.5 percent female and frequently mar-
ried. More than 50 percent of today's mili-
tary are 18-25 and married with children.
USO entertainment in the 80's retained its


Orchestra concert which
was held Nov. 5 at the
Jacksonville Veterans
Memorial Arena as well.
The USO has been pro-
viding active duty service
members with "a home
away from home" for more
than 60 years. Their huge
variety of services have
been a benefit to the mili-
tary community in numer-
ous ways.
"This is my first time
coming to the USO. I did-
n't even know where it was
until today, but what they
are dong for us is awesome
and it keeps junior Sailors
busy," replied ATAA Josh
Schooler, a student at
CNATTU.
K.C. McCarthy, the
Greater Jacksonville USO
executive director, com-


Photos court-es ot the USO
The Navy Band performs at a USO show at
NS Mayport in the 1950s.


Sailors and their partners take to the dance
floor at a USO performance at Mayport in
the 1950s.
stellar reputation with superstars from all
phases of the entertainment industry.
The 1990's, with the U.S. troops
deployed to the desert for at least six
months at a time during the Persian Gulf
War, The USO was challenged to meet the
needs of our troops in unique circum-
stances. USO opened three new centers in
the Middle East and established the USO
Mobile Canteen Program. They are four-
wheel drive, all-terrain vehicles that have
refreshments, books, magazines, video and
CD players for recreational activities. USO
workers drove the vans to wherever the
troops were deployed to provide some relief
from the heat and boredom.
The USO currently operates more than
160 centers worldwide; 77 overseas and 83
stateside. USOs in 10 countries and 22
states utilize the services of some 12,000
volunteers, from those who serve on the
World Board of Governors, the USO's gov-
erning body, to those who dish up
Thanksgiving dinners to USO guests.
The USO operates 78 family and commu-
nity centers to help military families
adjust to new surroundings with informa-
tion on childcare co-ops, employment
opportunities, parenting, nutrition, budg-
eting and recreational programs.
Today, USO Celebrity Entertainment
shows are effective morale boosters and
remain the best-known of USO's offerings.
Even in peacetime, entertainers provide a
much-needed break in the midst of duty
tours overseas.
Even though the Cold War is over, a
high number of our armed forces serve in
conflicts and crises around the world. The
once clearly defined enemy has become
blurred in the minds of many in America.
The mood of the nation-certain or uncer-
tain; supportive or lacking in support-
transmits directly to those in uniform. The
need to know that America cares continues
to be as important as ingredient of confi-
dence and effectiveness as it ever has been.
Put simply, today, as it has for six decades,
and for as far into the future as anyone
can see, the singular mission of the USO
continues.
For more information, visit http://www.
USO.org.


mented about command
interaction.
"Some commands invite
us to their indoctrination
sessions and allow us to
brief their new personnel
on our services. It would be
great if more commands
tried that out with us. We
would love to keep them
informed about what serv-
ices we can provide and
how beneficial they can be
for them," she said.
Junior Sailors weren't
the only ones out there try-
ing to get tickets. There
were some more seasoned
shipmates out there as well
who have been utilizing the
USO for years and already
had an appreciation for
their services. "I've used
the USO) for other things as
well. like the circus and ftor


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Sallie Campbell, a volunteer an the NAS Jax USO, hands opt
free Toby Keith concert tickets to HM1 (SW) Sean Long (frojt)
and ND1 (DSW) Bill Cauley both of Aviation Survival Training
Command lacksonnville..


football tickets. They really
provide a valuable service
for local events.
I distinctly remember uti-
lizing the USO when I was
a younger Sailor and how it
helped me," said Lt. Cmdr.
Clark Huffman of Fleet
Readiness Center South-


east. "It was a home awvy
from home, especially t.
the airports."
For more information In
tickets, shows or how Au
can spread the word to th!e
troops about USO, con tpt.
the NAS Jax USO office at
778-2821.


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Log book

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VP-16 Command Master Chief CMDCM
Les Hatfield inspects the squadron
required reading log for currency and
accuracy Oct. 23 at NAS Sigonella,
Italy. The inspection is in preparation
for a visit from VP-16's relieving
squadron. VP-16 is forward deployed in
support of maritime patrol operations
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NAS Jax Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina wheels in a load of shoe boxes donated by the
Navy Wives Clubs of America Jax No. 86 that are being collected at the NAS Jax
Chapel for boys and girls in poverty-stricken countries. The shoe boxes are part of
Operation Christmas Child and will be donated through the Samaritan's Purse
International Relief Organization during the holidays. "Our goal this year was to send
142 shoe boxes. The Navy Wives Club here donated 85 shoe boxes so we have more
than 200 shoe boxes to donate," said Molina. For more information about this project
and how you can help, call the chapel at 542-3051.


By Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.)
Gregg Gillette
NAS Jax Chapel
'' f becoming a Marine
was easy, anybody
could do it." Their
boot camp itself is one week
less than two other military
branches combined. Their
coveted eagle, globe and
anchor, the symbol of the
Corps, isn't just handed out
like a commemorative coin.
It's earned . and only
after successfully complet-
ing 13 weeks of intensive
physical training and
obtaining the mental forti-
tude to complete the culmi-
nating event of those 13
weeks The Crucible; a 54-
hour exercise where sleep
and food are considered
luxuries.
To successfully complete
the Crucible, each recruit
must work together with
his/her team. Oh yes, there
are individual accomplish-
ments that are necessary
like the Crucible's third day
finale, a 10-mile hump with
40 pounds of gear in their
pack, but overall the
Crucible stresses teamwork
to the extreme; a place
where just "good enough"
isn't.
I've been in the Navy
since December 1976 and
not once have I ever heard
any Sailor, Soldier or
Airman refer to their com-
mand as part of the world's
911 force. Yet when you
see it in print or hear it,
you think one thing,
Marine Corps.
Why? It's because when
asked for non-secretive mil-
itary help, our president
sends the Corps in first.
They know how to do more
with less. For a Marine, a
quality of life improvement
is a full canteen and a
MRE; compared to every
other service, that's
extreme.


Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.)
Gregg Gillette
Now don't get me wrong,
each service has their spe-
cial warfare units and they
are extremists too.
Nevertheless, it's the
Marine Corps, or as the
refugees in Cuba called
them, the white sleeves,
that more is expected of as
a total service in the armed
forces than the others
because Marines are
extremists. That's not bad-
it's a necessity to fill the
role expected of a United
States Marine.
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the roles we are expected to
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Nov. 3. (From
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and Navy Wives
Clubs of
America Jax No.
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keep those marriage vows,
for better or worse, but
extremists work it out.
They don't handle their dif-
ficulties like the growing
majority; giving up, throw-
ing in the towel, multiple
appointments with a'
lawyer instead of a mar'
riage counselor.
The epitome of the extreme
ist is the one who dies. tA
support or defend what the:g:
believe in. Some call thaTE.
martyrdom, others may say
it's murder or even justice...
However in recorded historyp3t
there is only one extremist
who had the power, authori-
ty and multiple opportuni-
ties to squash his resistors,
but instead he willingly gave
his life, yet not for himself or
just those who supported
him, but for those against
him too. (Rom 5:8) 1
Love is a decision, out
choice in any relationship,'-
not just marriage.:
Nevertheless, extreme com--
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fulfill our role in many ofI
our life's endeavors"
whether it be a spouse or a
member of any military
service. But it is God's
unconditional acceptance of
us that is most extreme
because He has already
shown the greatest love.;
when one lays down his life.
for another. (John 15:13)..
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Veterans Day is more than a day off


By FLTCM(SS/SW) R. D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
Hoo-yah, warriors! Hope
this finds you well and
doing lots of great things
for our Navy. This week we will
be honoring our nation's veterans
and the contributions they have
made.
And appropriately, U.S. Pacific
Fleet Commander Adm. Gary
Roughead, confirmed that a dis-
covered submarine wreck in the
Western Pacific was that of the
World War II submarine legend,
USS Wahoo (SS 238). I think it is
very fitting that the site of the
crew's final resting plage was con-
firmed so close to Vetefans Day.
Along similar lines, I wrote an
article awhile back talking about
the sacrifices many other veter-
ans have made throughout our
history. Just over the past centu-
ry, millions of Americans stepped
up to say, "I'll serve."
I wrote that article to focus
your attention on the accomplish-


- FRM THE FLEET


ments, sacrifices and history of
those men and women who chose
to serve the needs of our country
over everything else.
But for this article, I want to
focus your attention on something
that many of you may not have
considered.
On Veterans Day, many of us
think about honoring survivors of
wars fought long ago. Many think
about having the day off. There
are some who forget about it com-
pletely.
I say to properly honor
Veterans Day, remember that it's
not just a day off; it's a day to
honor heroes and to reflect on the
accomplishments and sacrifices of
those who are serving today and
those who have gone before us.
We all are veterans. This is our
day too. Whether you were
invading Normandy in 1944 or
are combating terrorists today in


Fleet Master Chief Rick West
the Middle East, you are a veter-
an. Active duty, Reservist,
retiree, or those who served an
enlistment or two, we are all vet-
erans who answered the nation's


call. -
And as I mentioned in my first
column, it is critical we never for-
get the history of past veterans.
Part of having Veterans Day is to
preserve that history.
And while preserving the histo-
ries of our past veterans, we can't
forget the history our veterans of
today are writing.
I ran across an interesting web-
site by the Library of Congress
during my research for this col-
umn. It's called the Veterans
History Project, and it's dedicated
to helping preserve our veteran's
history. You can check it out by
visiting http://www.loc.gov/vets/
about.html.
An interesting fact is the
Veterans History Project is not
stopping with the 20th century.
While they start out at World
War I, they are collecting our vet-
erans' history through the pres-


ent day. And I think that is
important.
It means you are valued as veter-
ans too. It means that our efforts,
our sacrifices will not be forgotten.
Originally, Veterans Day was
called "Armistice Day" to cele-
brate the end of World War I. In
fact many countries still honor
Nov. 11 as "Armistice Day."
But in America, we shifted the
focus to our veterans the folks
who fought and endured war.
Many of these great Americans
were the people who trained us to
replace them. I7
So this year, I hope we all take
a moment not only to honor those
who fought and suffered the wars
of the past, but to keep those
Warriors standing the watch
right now in your minds.
It's always nice to have a day
off, but we need to keep sight of
the reason and the history and
present of this great day.
It's a celebration of what all
veterans past and present -
have given to this country.


Scholarships for Military Children program opens for 2007


By Bonnie Powell
DeCA
as prices are biting
into te family budg-
et, interest rates are
rising, and college tuition is
outpacing inflation. At
least some relief is in sight
for military families as the
Scholarships for Military
Children program opens for
2007. Applications for the
$1,500 scholarships are
available at 264 commis-
saries worldwide, or can be
downloaded through links
at http://www.commis-
saries.com, http://www.mil-
itaryscholar.org, or
http://www.dodea.edu.
"Scholarships for Military
Children is a wonderful
military community pro-
gram," said Patrick Nixon,
DeCA director and chief
executive officer. "Nearly
3,000 scholarships totaling
over $4 million have been
awarded since the first
awards were given in
2001."
The $1,500 scholarships
are available for children of
military active-duty,
retired, and Guard and
Reserve service members.
Most of the funds are
donated by manufacturers,
brokers and suppliers sell-
ing groceries in commis-
saries, and every dollar
donated to the program by
industry or the general
public goes to fund the
scholarships. The program
is administered by the
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scholarships, about 10 per-
cent every year, go to high
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cent that community organ-
izations can mobilize to
support college-bourid stu-
dents is an investment in
the future," said Joseph
Tafoya, director of the
Department of Defense
Education Activity.
"With college costs soar-
ing, our DoD students and
their parents appreciate
every available scholarship
to help defray the cost, and
the scholarships enable
many of our families to bet-
ter afford the tuition and
provide an incentive for
students to work hard,"
said Tafoya. "They also
demonstrate that military
communities are committed
to education and increased
opportunities for all stu-
dents."
The scholarship program
has also made inroads to
increasing support from the
"nonmilitary" community.
California high school stu-
dents sponsoring golf tour-


naments in 2006 raised
thousands of dollars to
donate to the program, and
already for 2007, a private
foundation has made a sub-
stantial donation.
'"We're excited to see this
worthwhile program gain-
ing recognition and funding
from the community at
large, said Jim Weiskopf,
vice president of communi-
cations at Fisher House
Foundation. "Commissary
industry support has been
amazing and increased
public support can only
help ensure that the
Scholarships for Military
Children program contin-
ues to benefit the military
community for many years
to come." Donations can be
made through the link at
militaryscholar.org, the
official program Web site.
Applications for 2007,
which includes an essay on
"how and why" the appli-
cant would change an his-
torical event, must be


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Cost: $5 Entry deadline is Nov. 8
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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.
Lc Bingo
S 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!
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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
Log the number of hours you travel while spinning!
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 cel-
ebrating 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
includingng Guy, Blackstreet, Tony!Toni!Tone! and After 7


Photo by Shannon Leonard
AWCM Larry Favors of Helicopter Sea Combat Weapons
School Atlantic, enjoys free lunch time bowling at NAS
Freedom Lanes. Free lunch-time bowling is offered from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. every Wednesday at NAS Freedom Lanes for
active duty. Call 542-3493 for additional information.
Saturday, 7 p.m.
$61 per person


Alan Jackson
Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m.
$76 for Club Seats
Jacksonville Veteran Arena
ACC Championship Game
Dec. 2, 1 p.m.,
$83.25 for 200 level seats


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to EI-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
FSU vs. Wake Forest Game
Saturday
$10, Includes tailgating, admission and transportation.
Free massages at Liberty
Nov. 14
10:30 a.m. -noon
Indoor Rock Climbing Trip
Nov. 18
$10. Includes climbing pass, gear and transportation.


Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.
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)
No movies will be shown on Nov. 10 or Nov. 24 due to
the holidays.


For more information on the golf course please call 542-
3249 or Mulligan's please call 542-2936.
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
Turkey Trot Killer Scramble
Nov. 26, 1 p.m. Shotgun Start
$40 entry fee for military and Department of Defense
personnel, $50 entry fee for civilian guests.


For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.
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 must be turned in by tomorrow.
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!
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Members of the NAS Jax Fire Department were ready to respond to any and all emergencies during the NAS Jax Air Show.


Base Fire


Department

supports

Blue Angels,

air show
By MC2 Gino Flores
Special Contributor
As thousands of spec-
tators viewed the
thunderous line of,
planes performing acrobatic
maneuvers during the Blue
Angels 60th Anniversary
Air Show, the station fire'-
fighters were vigilant and
ready to respond to any
type of emergency. The air
show was held Oct. 27-29 at
NAS Jacksonville.
"During the air show, we
had a team of 27 personnel
on duty supporting the Blue
Angels and the other 19
performers along with a
crowd of approximately
250,000 visitors," said NAS
Jax Fire Chief Randy Hall.
"Thankfully, this year the
weather was in our favor
and there were no heat-
related incidents."
Two years ago, Hall
recalls his crew managing
more than .45 incidents due
to hot weather conditions.
"We were responding to two
or three calls, a minute due
to heat stress," he added.
"Our crew was pretty busy
in 2004. However this year
we've been fortunate."
In addition to their
prominent presence during
the show, the fire depart-
ment remains operational
24/7 and continues to moni-
tor the entire base for
immediate response to any
emergent situations.
"During an air show any-
thing can happen. We are
dealing with planes exceed-
ing Mach 1 speed and
trucks with jet engines
driving down the runway at
a speed exceeding 300 mph.
Therefore, throughout the
year, we prepare for any
contingencies. Since our
country is at war, we have
to be prepared for the unex-
pected," explained Hall.
"We are also capable of
responding to hazardous
materials situations, if
needed."
Although this year's air
show was relatively quiet,
the Navy civilian firefight-
ers were on duty extin-
guishing flare fires com-
monly caused by certain
types of performances and
they did treat a woman suf-
fering from an asthma
attack.
"When visitors attend our
air, show they become our
customer and are treated
witb dignity and the utmost
respect," he said. "We treat
every incident, no matter
how small, with the same
level of professionalism and
determination. The depart-
ment has many years of
experience and is capable of
responding to all sorts of
personal'injuries and air-
field type of emergencies."
According to Hall, aside
from the various fire
engines on stand-by on the
runway and around the
hangars, a three-man crew
operated a crash truck with
specialized equipment
capable of responding to all
kinds of aircraft fires. This
type of truck can hold up to
1,500 gallons of water, two
hundred gallons of AFFF
foam and dry powder for
extinguishing big petrole-
um based fire in a mater of
seconds. "We are very fortu

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Seven members from VP-16 were recently frocked to chief petty officer while on
deployment to NAS Sigonella, Italy. From left, PSC(AW/SW) Iris Velez, AEC(AW)
Nathan Canche, ATC(AW) Jason Simmons, ATC(AW/NAC) Charles Randall,
AWC(AW/NAC) Daniel Buerger, NCC(SW) Jose Fiallos and ADC(AW) Eric Flemming.


Applications for the Vice Adm. E.P. Travers Scholarship and Loan
program are due by March 1. All dependent children and spouses of
active duty and reservists on extended active duty and children of
retired Navy/Marine Corps personnel. Scholarships are awarded from
. $500 to $2,500 and loans are available from $500 to $3,000. For more
Z information and an application, go to www.education@hq.nmcrs.org
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a Nov. 30 to help four students pay for grade. Dependent children without an
wa college education. individual dependent identification card
: The winners will receive either a $5,000,
must be accompanied by their sponsor to
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Mies. The A-OK Student Reward Program your minimum grade average. Then fill out
5s just another way we support our Navy the entry card and obtain an A-QK ID,
families." which entitles the individual to discount
Any eligible full-time student who has a coupons for Navy Exchange products and
3 grade point average equivalent or better, services.
NXtreme Challenge Adventure Race coming up
C competitors are needed for the Xtreme Challenge Adventure Race Dec. 7-8 at NSB
Kings Bay, Ga. The event will include kayaking, climbing, repelling, cross-country
1/ running, swimming, biking, orienteering, marksmanship and team challenges.
Teams must be composed of four members including one female. The event is open to
all active duty, reservists, retirees and Department of Defense personnel. Teams are
responsible for their own gear and lodging at Kings Bay.
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Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 9, 2006 19


Lt. Andrew Miller of
Naval Oceanographic
Antisubmarine War-
fare Detachment (NOAD),
snagged first place in the
Monster Dash 5K hosted by
NAS Jacksonville Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Department Oct. 31.
Miller, who is an avid
runner, barely broke as
sweat as he strode across
the finish line with a time
of 18:35.
"MWR put on a great
event for us. I'd like to take
all the credit for winning
first place, but I had a
steady pacer running with
me and he pushed me into
the winning position,"
replied a humble Miller.
The run was open to all
hands at NAS Jacksonville
and it brought out more
than 75 personnel from all
over the base.
Some of the contestants
donned their spooky
Halloween apparel to .make
the run a bit more interest-
ing. "I participate in all of
the runs that MWR puts
together for us and I really
enjoy coming out here,"
stated Fleet Area Control
and Surveillance Facility
Jax Executive Officer
Cmdr. Curt Stubbs, who
,was dressed as the "Grim
Reaper".
Lt. Kathleen Baldwin of
Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast (FRCSE) took
first place in the women's
.active duty division. "I
train daily and it feels good
Sto have my efforts pay off.
I wasn't expecting to win
this race. I just like coming
o. ut to take part because
MWR puts on a great race."
All of the participants
received Halloween goody
bags and the first 50 regis-
trants received water bot-
tles. At the end of the race,
everyone enjoyed refresh-
ments and a medal ceremo-
ny provided by MWR.
The results of the
-Monster Dash 5K are as
follows:
" Male active duty division
1st Andrew Miller -
- 18:35 NOAD
2nd Barry Buss 19:36
Commander Helicopter
Sea Combat Wing


Photos by MC2(AW) Regina Brown
AW1 (AW/SW) Wesley Vinson of Commander Helicopter Sea
Combat Wing Atlantic Detachment, and his wife, Arlene,
loaded up their two daughters so the entire family could
enjoy the Monster Dash Run. Emma, 10-months-old, was
dressed as a pink leopard and Maria, 3, sported a Princess
Ariel costume. Maria and Emma beat their parent's time in
the run by a half a second.


Winner of the Monster Dash, Lt. Andrew Miller of Naval
Oceanographic Antisubmarine Warfare Detachment Jax,
accepts his first-place medal from Fitness Source Intern
Amanda Steele at the awards ceremony that followed the
race.
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NAS Jax Firefighter Eric Johnson leads Sparky, the Fire
-Prevention Dog, aka Battalion Chief James Gray, across the
"'finish line on a leash. After the run, Sparky noted that he was
really hot and a gallon of ice cream sounded like a good idea
to cool him off!


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TRICARE information now housed under one roof
From the TRICARE Management Activity
TRICARE beneficiaries will get a pleasant surprise the next time they visit TRI-
CARE Online. The Web site has a new name, a new look and a new home. It's
now part of TRICARE.mil, the official Web site for all TRICARE information.
"We reorganized the Web site with our beneficiaries in mind," said Army Maj.
General Elder Granger, deputy director, TRICARE Management Activity. "Now they
can go to one site to look up benefit information, schedule an appointment or track
claims. Everything's in one place making the site easier to use."
TRICARE.mil comprises five main content areas:
My Health (TRICARE Online) personal health information and online appoint-
ment scheduling for TRICARE Prime enrollees
My Benefit TRICARE benefit information
MHS Staff resources for Military Health System staff members
TRICARE Providers information for TRICARE network providers
Pressroom the latest news about TRICARE and the military health system
In the next phase of Web site improvements, beneficiaries will be able to enter their
profile and receive benefit information tailored to them. TRICARE expects this feature
to be available winter 2007.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque


Yard of Year
(From left) NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson presents
the Yard of the Year certificate to
PRC(AW) Richard Miller of Command-
er, Helicopter Sea Control Wing, U.S.
Atlantic Fleet Detachment Jacksonville,
and his wife, Theresa, as NAS Jax Com-
mand Master Chief CMDCM(SW)
Chris Green looks on. The Millers were
presented with a $200 voucher from
the NAS Jax Commissary, a gas grill
from the Navy Exchange, $50 in
coupons from the Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department, coffee cups
and T-shirts from the NAS Jax Safety
Office for their efforts.


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nate to have state-of-the-
art equipment to work
with. It makes our jobs
much easier," continued
Hall.
Hall went on to describe
the discipline, planning,
training and pooling of
resources required in the
managing of an incident
requiring the seamless


integration of emergency follow national standards gration of resources that teams enables NAS Jax to


personnel and equipment
from the nearby cities
should the need arise.
"We strive for our air
shows to be executed flaw-
lessly, but if an accident or
situation arises, an instant
command structure within
the National Instant
Management System is set
up" he explained. "These
are a set of procedures that


by which we manage an
incident or situation. We
get mutual aid from our
brothers and sisters
throughout the city and fol-
low the same protocol, ter-
minology and have person-
nel in certain positions in
the management system
that is common throughout
the United States. The end
result is a seamless inte-


would enable us to quickly be ready for any crisis,"
manage and resolve inci- said Hall.
dents or situations." When the firefighters are
"Furthermore, the base not responding to an emer-
fire department crew trains agency or conducting fire
and works together with inspections and issuing cer-
the base security force tificates of compliance, they
when responding to an are training. According to
emergency or casualty inci- Hall, being prepared for
dents. The mutual aid and any case scenario is a top
support between the two priority within the depart-
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feeling than knowing that
everyone who attended had
fun and went home safe
because we did our job,"
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/hy is exercise helpful when you quit smoking?
/


By Danny Woodard
Tobacco treatment Specialist
Wellness Center
Q: Why is exercise so
helpful when you quit?
A: One of the best ways
to relieve the harsh effects
of your internal stress
response is to exercise. Just
moderate activity can have
dramatic and positive
effects on your health.
More often than not, we get
stressed and we sit a lot.
Nothing improves your
health as quickly and as
profoundly as regular exer-
cise.
In addition to helping you
manage stress, the benefits
of exercise will also
improve your chances of
successfully quitting smok-
ing. Exercise provides some
of the same rewards as
smoking: mental sharpen-
ing, increased sense of self-
control and a greater abili-
ty to relax and relieve the


effects of stress. Many suc-
cessful ex-smokers have
found exercise to, be the
final part in their success-
ful quitting kit. Exercise is
frequently recommended
for all types of drug; addic-
tion. \I
The combination of using
stretching or yoga exercise,
aerobic exercise and relax-
ation strategies is very
helpful for smokers. Those
smokers who exercise regu-
larly are more likely to
quit. Often, those that do
not quit smoking, do reduce
their smoking substantially
with the help of exercise.
There are several reasons
for the beneficial effects of
exercise on smoking:
Regular physical activi-
ty induces biochemical
changes within the body.
Some of these changes are
similar to those produced
by nicotine. Exercise boosts
catecholamines which pro-
duce increased mental


alertness. Sustained exer-
cise increases the brain's
endorphin level, a neuro-
transmitter that produces a
pleasant and relaxed state
of well being.
By working regular
exercise into your weekly
schedule, you can provide
yourself with a regular
period of self-care, self-
management, and serenity.
Your exercise time can
interrupt your normal
stress patterns, and create
an enriching and healthy
alternative to smoking!
Regular exercise can
strengthen your back, tone
your muscles, lighten your
mood, balance your
endocrine system, improve
your resilience to illness,
and help you sleep better.
Regular exercise helps
you cope more effectively
with stress by helping you
stay more calm and
focused.
Regular exercise can


Reactivated? Don't let your family


lose TRICARE Prime coverage


From TRICARE
Management Activity
he families of National
Guardsmen and Reservists
enrolled in TRICARE Prime
under the Transitional Assistance
Management Program (TAMP) are
automatically switched to TRI-
CARE Standard when their spon-
sors are recalled to active duty.
But new rules allow them to keep
their Prime coverage when they re-
enroll up to 30 days after the spon-
sor's activation.
TAMP offers TRICARE Prime
coverage for 180 days to some.serv-
ice members leaving active duty
and their eligible family members.
But if National Guard or Reserve
members are recalled to active duty


during TAMP, they and their fami-
lies lose their TAMP coverage and
family members are disenrolled
from TRICARE Prime.
In the Defense Enrollment
Eligibility System. (DEERS) these
family members revert automatical-
ly to TRICARE Standard. Before
the new policy, even if the service
member reenrolled the family mem-
bers right away, TRICARE Prime
coverage did not start right away.
For example, enrollment after July
20 would reinstate Prime coverage
beginning Sept. 1.
"That situation could cause a
break in coverage, which seemed
unfair to our National Guard and
Reserve family members," said
Army Maj. Gen. Elder Granger,
deputy director of TRICARE


Management Activity. "So we've
changed the policy to allow for a
seamless transition from TRICARE
Prime coverage under TAMP to the
same coverage as an active duty
family member."
The new policy authorizes a 30-
day retroactive TRICARE Prime
enrollment period for transitioning
family members. As long as the
family gets reenrolled in TRICARE
Prime within 30 days of the mem-
ber's reactivation, Prime coverage
remains unchanged, with coverage
back to the date the sponsor was
recalled to active duty. A TAMP
fact sheet explains details of this
policy, at
www.tricare.osd.mil/Factsheets/vie
wfactsheet.cfm?id=317.


Active-duty survivor benefits enhanced; refunds

follow for TRICARE claims paid at retiree rate


From TRICARE itated) remain in transi-
Management Activity tional survivor status for
the longer of: three years
S section 715 of the from the sponsor's death,
National Defense age 21, or up to age 23 if
Authorization Act for they are enrolled full-time
fiscal year 2006 extends in a secondary school or
transitional survivor status institute of higher learning
at the active-duty family (and if, at the time of
member payment rate for death, they relied on their
surviving children of serv- sponsor for more than 50
ice members who died percent of their financial
while serving on active support).
duty for more than 30 day .s During the transitional
The law also enhanced survivor time period, eligi-
TRICARE benefits for sur- ble children and surviving
viving children and spouses spouses are eligible to
of deceased active-duty enroll in TRICARE Prime,
service members. The the TRICARE Prime
enhancements are retroac- Remote for Active Duty
tive for dates of death on or Family Members program,
after Oct. 7, 2001, and Overseas Prime, and
apply only to medical bene- Global Remote. Normal
fits and payments.rates. TRICARE Prime enroll-
The Department of Defense ment rules apply.
and TRICARE Manage- Transitional survivors
ment Activity will imple- are also eligible for active
ment these changes on duty-specific programs such
Nov. 1, 2006. as the Extended Care
Under the new law, Health Option (ECHO) and
minor children and unmar- hearing aids. Eligibility
tried dependent children for these additional pro-
remain in transitional sur- grams and benefits is
vivor status, at the active retroactive to Oct. 7, 2001,
duty payment rate, until or the day TRICARE imple-
they reach age 21, or up to mented the program,
age 23 if they are enrolled whichever is later.
full-time in a secondary TRICARE will reprocess
school or institute of higher medical claims originally
learning (and if, at the time processed and paid at the
of death, they relied on retiree payment rate for
their sponsor for more than affected surviving family
50 percent of their financial members and refund the
support). These children difference in enrollment
remain transitional sur- fees, cost shares or copay-
vivors until they reach the ments paid at this rate and
eligibility age limit, marry the transitional survivor
or otherwise become ineligi- active duty family member
ble for TRICARE. payment rate that now
; Children and unmarried applies.
dependent children inca- TRICARE also will mail
pable of self-support letters beginning Oct. 20 to
because of a mental or the homes of all active duty
physical disability (incapac- survivors, children, and for-


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mer active-duty survivors
listed in the Defense
Enrollment Eligibility
System (DEERS) whose
active duty sponsor died
between Oct. 7, 2001, and
Oct. 31, 2006.
The letter notifies family
members of their retroac-
tive eligibility for transi-
tional survivor benefits. It
also asks them to contact
their TRICARE regional
contractor for guidance on
reprocessing medical
claims and any potential
refunds due.
End of Transitional
Survivor Status and
Active Duty Benefits
Transitional survivor sta-
tus at the active-duty fami-
ly member payment rate
for surviving spouses ends
three years from the date of
death of their active-duty
sponsor. At that time,
DEERS will reflect their
status as active-duty sur-
vivors at the retiree pay-
ment rate. As retired fam-
ily members, survivors are
not eligible for TRICARE
benefits under the TRI-
CARE Prime Remote for
Active Duty Family Mem-
bers program, Overseas


Prime. They remain, how-
ever, eligible for TRICARE
Prime, Extra and Standard
benefits at the retiree fami-
ly member payment rate.
Survivors (retirees) are
also not eligible for active
duty-specific programs and
benefits such as ECHO and
hearing aids as these pro-
grams are not available to
retirees.
After the transitional
survivor period ends, sur-
viving spouses and incapac-
itated dependent children
who become entitled to
Medicare Part A due to age
(65), disability or end stage
renal disease, must pur-
chase Medicare Part B in
order to remain TRICARE
eligible. To avoid the
Medicare surcharge for late
enrollment, surviving
active duty family members
must purchase Medicare
part B coverage when they
first become eligible.
Additional TRICARE
information for active-duty
transitional survivors and
survivors is available on
the TRICARE Survivor
Web page at www.tricare.
osd.mil/survivors/default.
cfm.


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run Jan. 29 through March 25. Coastline courses
are available both ashore and at sea (via the NCPACE
Program).
Using your military experience you may only need to
take 20 semester hours to complete your rating-related
associates of arts degree.
Only 12 credits from Coastline is needed for residency.
For more information, contact the Coastline representa-
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3 p.m. or email coastline@tds.net.



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be held Nov. 15-17 at three commands:

Nov. 15, 8 a.m. 3 p.m. CNATTU,
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Nov. 17, 9 2 p.m. Hospital pharmacy
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also produce positive moods
and psychological changes.
People who exercise are
more likely to gain a sense
of accomplishment, inde-
pendence, and a sense of
control over their life. They
are also more likely to
become more resolute, emo-
tionally stable and imagina-
tive. It also makes you feel
better about yourself!
Regular exercise is the
best weight management
tool that a quitting smoker
can use. Regular exercise
helps to control cravings for
cigarettes and food and it
can increase cravings for
healthier food choices.
Regular exercise helps
your muscles relax and
induces better quality sleep.
Research is not conclusive
on the benefits of exercising
to smokers who already
have a tobacco-related ill-
ness. However, exercise is
conclusively known to be an
effective tool to help you


quit smoking. Smokers who
begin exercising seem to get
a three-fold benefit from
their exercise program:
Exercise makes you feel
better about yourself.
Exercise helps you han-
dle stress more effectively.
Exercise makes it much
easier to reduce or quit your
smoking.
Exercise is a positive
activity that, with time and
repetition, can become a
new habit. A habit can effec-
tively replace smoking.
A healthy body starts to
have a mind of its own and


you will become more
attracted to other healthy
behaviors when you exercise
regularly. I have found the
key to fitting in regular
exercise is a combination of
good time management and
variety of exercise options.
Weather conditions, your
exercise environment, your
state of health and your per-
sonal preferences all influ-
ence the kind of exercise you
can do. If you have a variety
of fun activities with which
to get active, you will
always be able to find some
way to exercise.






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Navy MWR offers chance to
win free trip to Australia
From Navy
MWR Marketing
Commander, Navy Installations Command, Millington Detachment
he Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) is
giving away two trips
to Australia and a
host of other prizes, as part
of a joint services partner-
ship between MWR's Infor-
mation, Tickets and Travel
(I.T.T.) office, Qantas Air-
lines and Military Tours.
Two winners and one
guest each will win an 11-
day/eight-night trip to
Australia. The grand prizes,
which are valued at more
than $8,750 each, include
airfare from the contestants'
chosen I.T.T. office to
Australia, accommodations
and two land tours.
"A special user-friendly Web site has been set up at
www.ittaustralia.com, which allows authorized MWR cus-
tomers to enter the contest, learn about the different vaca-
tion destinations in Australia or plantheir own trip," said
Dawn Smith, Navy MWR's I.T.T. program manager. "The
contest is also being offered at participating Marine Corps
I.T.T. offices and Army Information, Tickets and
Reservation (I.T.R.) offices."
To enter, MWR customers should visit www.ittaus-
tralia.com now through Dec. 1 and complete the online
entry form, which will be electronically forwarded to their
chosen I.T.T. office for entry into the local contest. Each
local I.T.T. office's first place winner will then be entered
in the grand prize drawing.
All entries must be received by close of business, local
time on Dec. 1 to be eligible for the contest. Customers
without Internet access should visit their local I.T.T. office
to enter online. Each participating I.T.T. office will con-
duct their local contest Dec. 1-8. A list of participating
I.T.T./I.T.R. offices may be viewed at www.ittaustralia.
com. The drawing for the grand prize will take place the
week of Jan. 15 and the grand prize winners will be noti-
fied by Jan. 24.
For more information on the local contests, visit your
I.T.T. office. For complete rules and entry into the grand
prize drawing, visit www.ittaustralia.com.


Marine Corps

Ball planned
T he 231st Marine
Corps Ball will be
held tomorrow at 6
p.m. at the Prime Osborn
Convention -Center in
downtown Jacksonville.
The event is sponsored by
the Montford Point Marine
As-sociation, Jacksonville
:*Chapter No. 29. Formal
dress required. For more
F-formation and tickets, call
--James Tippins at 768-0687
or Yvette Harris at 542-6284.
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By Staff the base. The following workshops (Retiring)
Pre-registration is are available in November: Nov. 28, 9 a.m. noon -
T he NAS Jacksonville required. If special accom- Nov. 13-16 Transition Anger Management
Fleet and Family modations or handicapped: Assist-ance Program For further information
Support Center access is required, please (Separating) For further information
(FFSC) Life Skills Educa- notify FFSC upon registra- Nov. 27-30 Transition or to register, call 542-
tion and Support Program tion. Assist-ance Program 2766, Ext. 127.-


is the foremost preventive
measure for the avoidance
of personal and family
problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
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Navy to use ITEMPO


to track IAs


By MCCS(SW/A W) Bill
Houlihan
Navy Personnel Command
'Communications
T ask Force IA and
Navy officials are
ensuring Sailors
.assigned to Individual
Augmentation (IA) billets
are being accurately
tracked and rewarded for
their service.
Effective immediately, all
Sailors ordered away from
parent commands will
receive accurate recognition
in block 29, and blocks 41
and 43 on a fitness report
and evaluation, respective-
ly.'
Block 29 specifies a
Sailor's primary and collat-
eral duties, while blocks 41
on a fitness report and 43
on an evaluation are for
comments on performance.
Chief of Naval Personnel
Vice Adm. John Harvey Jr.,
in a. message released Oct.
27, said Task Force IA was
specifically chartered to
quickly and thoughtfully
design and implement a
system to award credit for
IA tours.
'"The effort, talent and
dedication expended in this
war," said Harvey, "Cannot
be measured in man-days
or some other form of arbi-
trary accounting system."
Harvey stipulated that
unit commanders will
immediately begin docu-
menting their IA Sailors
through the ITEMPO
reporting system, which is
a vehicle to enter and
archive each Sailor's
deployed events. The
Sailor's parent command
will input the IA start date,
projected end date and Unit
Identification Code (UIC)
for the IA assignment. Use
of ITEMPO will ensure
Sailors individually
deployed in support of the
global war on terrorism
(GWOT) are compensated
in terms of time at sea
when they return to their
home units, stations or
ships.
Capt. Mike Saylor, Navy
Personnel Command's
(NPC) Augmentation
Division (PERS-46) direc-
tor, said one of the chal-
lenges his team has faced is
dealing with the fact that
not all IA orders have been


written in his shop. That
had resulted in some IA
Sailors flying under the
PERS-46 radar, said
Saylor. With ITEMPO now
employed, every Sailor
assigned to CENTCOM will
receive credit for their IA
duty.
Advancement points,
exam flexibility, and follow-
on coast assignment guar-
antees have all been
approved, depending on the
length of time spent in vari-
ous locations. Specific
guidelines and information
on IA incentives can be
found on Navy Knowledge
Online in the Individual
Augmentee section.
Saylor said that in addi-
tion to the incentives now
offered to Sailors on IA,
new Navy Enlisted
Classifications (NEC) and
Additional Qualification
Designators (AQD) have
been added to support
GWOT.
More than 25 NECs are
now based in major mission
areas, such as Improvised
Explosive Device (IED) sup-
pression, Detainee Ops,
Civil Affairs or Embedded
Training Team Member.
Additionally, 128 AQDs
have been assigned to sup-
port GWOT.
Saylor also said there has
been significant process
improvement in regard to
the notification and train-
ing of Sailors tabbed for IA
duty.
"The IA process has
matured over the past year
with numerous increases in
efficiency," Saylor said.
"The collaboration between
OPNAV, Commander, Fleet
Forces Command and NPC
has been instrumental in
achieving our common goal
for advanced notification,
better defining require-
ments and making sure
personnel have the right
training prior to deploy-
ment."
Saylor said the Task
Force is now focusing on
sourcing IA assets to the
global force manager, pro-
viding better capacity mod-
els to leadership and work-
ing to further integrate the
newly-established
Expeditionary Combat
Readiness Center.


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AEAN Aaron Ferchland, assigned to VP-30, inspects his survival gear before a training flight Nov. 1. VP-30 is the U.S.
Navy's Maritime Patrol Fleet Replacement Squadron whose mission is to provide aircraft-specific training for pilots,
naval flight officers and enlisted aircrew men prior to reporting to the fleet.



SMART 360 coming to the fleet


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well
Fleet Public Affairs Center Atlantic
The Center for Naval
Leadership (CNL) at
Naval Amphibious
Base Little Creek put forth
plans for a new leadership
training system Oct. 31.
The purpose of the
System that Measures
Assesses and Recommends
Tailored solutions (SMART)
360 is to provide data for
leaders to make more
informed decisions. SMART
360 also provides support
for Navy leadership courses,
Navy Knowledge Online
(NKO) courses and mentor-
ing programs by offering
more feedback than tradi-
tional systems.
According to Cmdr. James
Pfautz, project lead at CNL,
SMART 360 will help train
Sailors for leadership at all
levels.
"Normally, the way a 360
is done is a very time-inten-
sive classroom setting


where your scores are dis-
cussed with a consultant or
a professional. A SMART
system uses an artificial
intelligence system to
replace the costly debriefer,
so you get personalized indi-
vidual results back to you in
a less expensive manner,"
Pfautz said.
SMART 360 has the
unique characteristic of giv-
ing leaders throughout the
fleet commentary from their
peers and subordinates in
order to decrease the num-
ber of potentially costly
mishaps that take place at
commands. The most costly
of such mishaps stem from
behavior deemed unsafe,
endangering the lives of co-


workers.
"The primary advantage
is that you get an honest,
anonymous feed back from
people around you," Pfaultz
added.
SMART 360 has been in
the testing stages since
September 2004 under the
name 360 Pilot. The stages
were divided into a two-
phase plan. The first phase,
from September 2004 to
January 2005, used eight
ships, three shore com-
mands and 183 surface war-
fare officers.
The second phase, from
January 2005 to the pres-
ent, used 16 ships, three
shore commands and 560
participants.


"The aggregate results
[from feedback] can be used
at organizations like the
Center for Naval
Leadership to help us decide
what is working well and
what is not working well,"
Pfautz said.
"The results are complete-
ly separate from our evalua-
tion fitness report system.
You are the only one who
will see the results, unless
you choose to share this
with a mentor," Pfaultz
stated.
The SMART 360 NKO
page has been accessed
more than 10,000 times in
the past six months.
For more information log
on to www.nko.navy.mil.


Private motor vehicle mishap rates


off to good start in fiscal year 2007


By Dan Steber
Naval Safety Center Public Affairs


The Naval Safety Center reported
Nov. 2 that the reduced traffic-
mishap rate during the latter half of
fiscal year 2006 has carried through to the
new fiscal year.
Six Sailors and Marines have died to
date, compared to 19 at the same time last
year.
"The loss of anyone in a preventable
mishap is unacceptable," said Capt. Bill
Glenn, head of the Shore Safety Programs
Directorate at the Naval Safety Center.
"However, we are encouraged to see that
the hard work leaders around the fleet
have done, various programs we've insti-
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At the current pace, fiscal year 2007 will
be the Navy's lowest rate ever for private
motor vehicle (PMV) fatalities.
This good news about PMV losses comes
on the heels of a review of last year's
mishap statistics, which showed the worst
overall results in the previous 12 years for
the Navy and five years for the Marine
Corps.
"If we can continue the emphasis on safe
driving and get our Sailors and Marines to
wear seatbelts, drive defensively, get plen-
ty of rest, and not drink and drive, we can
make fiscal year 2007 one of the best years
ever," said Glenn.
For the latest tool to manage traffic
risks, visit the Naval Safety Center's Web
site at www.safetycenter.navy.mil.


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Corps Relief Society
is a resource for all
active and retired Sailors,
Marines, and their families
- whether you're single,
married, or divorced? A
substantial amount of our
financial assistance goes to
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ADCS Bruce Boyle and AD1 Steven Neitz, of VP-16, reference a technical manual for proper installation of an auxiliary
power unit (APU) to a cradle before installing the part into a P-3C Orion Oct. 30. APUs provide electrical and air power
to help start the engines and power electrical equipment on the plane until engines are started. VP-16 is forward
deployed to NAS Sigonella, Italy in support of maritime patrol operations and the global war on terrorism.


SMARTWebMove adds personally procured moves


Customer service: A worldwide

initiative continues at NAS Jax
From NAS lax MWR
AS Jacksonville Morale, Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) continues the commitment to give service
members, their families and base personnel the'
best possible leisure time experience and be known as a-
customer-focused organization through the Center of
Excellence.
Check out improvements made at the following facilities
thanks to your feedback:
Golf Course VyStar agreed to place an ATM in new
clubhouse.
The Zone New menus with healthy listed items and"
a la cart options.
The Zone New sign off Birmingham Road listing all'
facilities inside.
Fitness Source Added lighter weight sets.
Fitness Source Advertise intramurals on the Fitness
Source lobby bulletin board.
As customer's speak, we listen and follow up. Service
excellence is our operational philosophy and with your
feedback, we can provide you with well-balanced pro-
grams and services of value.


Home providers needed

The Child Development Center is looking
for home providers. If you are an on-base
resident, you will only need to be Navy-certi--
fied to become a Home Provider.
If you are an off-base resident, you will
have to be state-certified as well as Navy-
certified. This program is for dependent
female and males. For more information
about this program, contact Lisa Williams or
Ingrid Robinson at 542-5434 /5529 / 2472.


From Naval Supply
Systems Command
Office of Corporate
Communications
Military members
moving within the
continental United
States (CONUS) can now
use SMARTWebMove
(SWM) for Personally
Procured Moves (PPM),;
previously known as Do-It-
Yourself (DITY) moves.
SWM is Naval Supply
Systems Command's
(-NAVSUP) online move
counseling and application
program.
--The PPM program
enables service members
to arrange transportation
of their own household
goods (HHG) when they
are authorized to ship
HHG at government
expense. Service members
can always elect to conduct
a PPM when moving, but
they are strongly encour-
aged only to use PPM
within CONUS.


On approved PPMs, the
government pays the mem-
ber 95 percent of what it
would have cost the gov-
ernment to make the
move, saving the govern-
ment five percent of the
would-be cost.
For example, a move
that would cost $5,000
would save the govern-
ment $250, which adds up
when multiplied by the
number of military moves
made each year.
Military members then
arrange their own moves
online and have the oppor-
tunity to shop for the mov-
ing services that best suit
their needs and offer the
best value.
After .the member sub-
mits a SWM-PPM applica-
tion, a counselor will pro-
vide the member an esti-
mate of the government's
cost. Members should com-
pare this amount with
their own estimates for
completing the move to
determine if the PPM is a
cost-effective choice.


"SWM customers often
ask us for a PPM option,"
said Richard McIntire,
NAVSUP's SWM program
manager. "Now they have
it. We expect this addition
will increase the number of
SWM customers."
SWM's PPM feature is
available to all military
customers serviced by a
CONUS personal property
office currently offering
SWM as an option to tradi-
tional move counseling.
That includes all Navy
personal property offices,
plus those at Camp
Pendleton, Calif.; Redstone
Arsenal, Ala.; Carlisle
Barracks, Penn.; Fort
Belvoir, Va.; Hanscom Air
Force Base, Mass.; and Air
Force's Rome, N.Y.,
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PPM applications in SWM
on most permanent change
of station (PCS), retire-
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orders. On a single set of
orders, SWM customers
can apply for a PPM plus


other types of shipments,
such as a regular govern-
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temporary storage.
SWM customers may not
use the SWM-PPM option
for moving boats or mobile
homes or for transporting
household goods to a tem-
porary duty (TDY) destina-
tion. Members desiring a
PPM in these cases should
contact their local personal
property office for addi-
tional counseling.
Since it was launched in
June 2001, more than
100,000 move applications
have been processed using
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SORTS & 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 selective reservists.
Greybeard games are played Tuesdays and
Thursday at 11:15 a.m. and noon. Entry forms
and rosters 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 division for men and an open divi-
sion for women. Matches played in evening start-
ing at 5 p.m. Winners receive turkeys. Call NAS
Jax Gymnasium to sign up by Nov. 7.

5K Turkey Trot is Nov. 17
-The annual 5K Turkey Trot will be held Nov. 17
-tft'11:30 a.m. on the south side of Perimeter Road
hear the Antenna Farm. The run is free and open
to all authorized gym patrons. Runners can sign
up at the base gym or the fitness center.

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 repre-
sentative 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 soccer, soft-


ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.

Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.
Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are
provided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete
in a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one of top
10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in a
sanctioned race and your time meets the regional
qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run,
40K bike
For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at
542-2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or
visit www.nasjax.navy.mit.


Intramural Fall Volleyball Final


Team
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ASD
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Standings
Wins Losses
10 2
7 4
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5 6
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


',The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
rpeets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
,Tuesdays and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
.The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the sec-
6nid Thursday of each month at
7p.m. at the Oak Crest United
ggt.hodist Church Education
i ding 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
CI b is a members only club
open to all active duty,
reservists, retired military and
active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more
information, call 778-0805 or
email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second


Sunday of every month at 7
p.m. at The Country Cabin
restaurant located on Blanding
Boulevard. This organization is
open to any single, divorced,
separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For
more information, please check
out our Web site at www.pwpn-
florida.com or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second
Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Moms and
children are welcome at all
activities. For information con-
tact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016
or go to momsclubopw@yahoo.
com.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael 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.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
A U.S. Postage Stamp Club
is forming and will meet the third
Wednesday of each month at
the USO on Mayport Road from
7-8 p.m. There is no cost of join.
For more information, call Jeff
Marquardt at 246-9932.
A Florida Fallen Heroes
Banquet will be held tomorrow
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 Saturday 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.
The Jacksonville Genea-
logical 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.
Come to learn about HR-25
the Fair Tax Bill at a meeting
Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. at the
Middleburg Library on Nov. 30
at 7 pm. For more information,
call Jim or Jann at 291-0871.


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The following are phone numbers of contacts who can help with consumer
problems:
Family Service Center 542-2766
Better Business Bureau 721-2288
State Attorney's Office Consumer Mediation 630-2075
City of Jacksonville/ Consumer Affairs Division 630-3467
Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation 1-850-487-1395
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the age 18 lii,ng slitn
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cuscitody i chllore n
under 18.
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FLEMING ISLAND 0
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ORANGE PARK Brici.
4/2 ch&a, bck cov. patio,
laundry rm, pool, gar
FSBO Apprpise $190K,
ask$175K. 904- 625- 6225
ORANGE PARK 3br/2ba,
1700sf, newly renov, LR,
DR, kit, FL rm, ofc rm
w/sep entrance. $143K
904- 264- 6652. 459 Blair-
more Blvd W.
ORANGE PARK
100% Financing- Bnkrpcy,
Self EMP, Invest OK.
Mark 904- 233- 4231
ORANGE PARK
Open House Sat. 12- 3pm
Beautiful 4/2, brick home
over 2100st w/pool, I g
gamerm, fplc, 2car gar,
great neighborhood. Walk
to Lakeside Schools, lyr
warr. $239K. 904- 571- 0570
ORANGE PARK FSBO
wells Landing TH close
to mall, NAS, I- 295, 3/2.5,
1765sf. $185K 904- 269- 2430
ORANGE PARK 4/3, 2car
garage, fplc, new constr,
2850sf. Price neg. $425K.
Free mtg fees 954- 383- 0078
ORANGE PARK 4/3, 2car
garage, fplc, new constr,
2900sf on lake. $435,000.
Fr,- rrrit r.e a 5. I,- ''-.
ORANGE PARK. 2
I'.r, r ,31 e: ,6 Jk l.r.: i,-
rr a .0 In. i .uu tin.
All new. $165k. 110
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ARGYLE Cr.irr.,,
Lakes. 3/2 newly remod,
S1487 SF, corner lot.
$199K.904- 887- 2335
ARGYLE Hawks Point
3/2 + BONUS 2111sf on
.85 acre lot / fence, shed,
Built '2005. Owner relo-
cating. $259,900.
Call 777-0223 or 502-4177.
ARGYLE Possible owner
finance, 4/3, 2300 sq ft.
ceramic tile, 2 story, Ig
back yard, fish pond.
$234,900 904-705-1805
ARLINGTON, FOR SALE
OR RTO EZ Qualifying.
580 credit scores. $350 dn
All areas avail. Call KD
Properties 904- 566- 6265
ARLINGTON EAST
FSBO 3/2, 1470sf, 13383
Currituck Dr N $229,000.
904- 223- 6603407- 579- 6076
ARLINGTON 4/2 pool, 8
car gar, mstr w/walk-
ins on preserve &creek
$239K obo. 904-545-8919
BEACH Neptune, 3/2.5
2500sf REMODELED,
secluded neighborhood
$498,900. Call 294- 3897
INTRACOASTAL WEST
r.lir 3 i 2 c2 r or. 1.3i,e
.l Corlr. .5.,K < lrir

INTRACOASTAL WEST
IJ:0 ,. :" 2 GeOullrL, I ,
r .. 5 .1 2h 010. ri .11_l e 1o1
i2' "-00 Call --C 1 J
Inlracoastal Wesl
OPEN HOUSE
Sal Nov. il
Cuslom uill Pool Home
-seB 28.- .'.?lr, ,arm-ol L
& DR a.mii, rc.c.rrm. Alir.
cr.cK FP & irencr, aoor-
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MANDARIN, FOR SALE
OR RTO EZ Qualifying.
Bad credit, good credit ok.
All areas avail. Call KD
Properties 904- 566- 6265
MANDARIN HOME 4/2
4.5 car gar, Irg lot
w/scrn porch. $216,000
Call Prank 904- 292- 4286
MANDARIN BUY/LEASE
Ofc/Condo 4 Units Avail. 1500
SF $279,000 ea. or $1,119,600
i.'r a.'r L O' ,r 1l' ,05
Mario Raomer it o I
RE.MAX SPECIALISTS
MANDARIN J 3. r,e .
rnuila ]2 ,rr '. If ,,,, r..:,u-e
a loKonr.drer.,i corJm
ID0 ,- 73 .- e..o- 'n's.
MANDARIN F.i.-r rrc,r,
F 60 R .' O,:.oi I.
910o.-:re- raloiea lIl
;oa ll,06K v02'-AA03
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cal 901.-88 '7021
NORTHSIDE OR SALEnk




qual y ng, a re .on.
NORTHSIDE J DowCnlI
Aol'/ rlelerod .r s-llerO
will horlr 9n-. i 6 570
NORTH HSIDED
Down pa enl Ass.%-
lance Aval l Remine 31
Call 904.8'018-167i
NORTHSIDE No bank
qualifying, wn reason-
able don, 143, S11S40
Inez Dr Call 90J 836 70O1
NORTHSIDE- 01 Conlral
AC Lrn. ier.:ea ..3 C-real
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You Own
Call Builder 1 -5
Oaklical .l? Cr, 'lal Wa
i.2 51 Car Gnrar TH Full,
Up-auca0 5crEr.-,0 P0110
;'i Z )u Ci Call Vicor
Red,:i, E0rcutiLes"io 4-Jli2
SAN .MARCO .: FSBC
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SOUTHSIDE
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by Del Webb c.:-.- i-+-r..-T.
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SPRINGFIELD :uJn-i 0
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in read, rr. aI d i.,
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toi,: C'C' C-proi;-a
.-J.K Coll n.aolner
C u .559'
WES-TSIDE.FOR SALE
OR R TO :.' a) r. IC .r.
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S kc orea .orl1 COal KC,

Westside-3,1 iear tlie.
Ad FIrs, 0lIc o l e1 roa
C1.5e IC. rI A S 0IS45K
Call Nydia Ouintana
All Pro Realty
9045680950




WESTSIDE I", a.l.l nwl
Wn WAloSide. F.14:1 o3
ou 10r. ovne in i
1 D0..i n h. u:.2131,.k I,1 1
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WESTSIDE 0.,,..:i.3l Ii:K
Nice 3/2.l587 Pembridge Dr W.
Details Ben 904- 662- 3394
WESTSIDE
REPO BLOWOUT !!
Many to choose from,
EZ financing. Low down pint.
771- 9055or962- 18O6
Ask for Emma.

House, 11/3,
M6r 12pm- 3pm, 11/4
S 10am- 1pm, 2 story,
$249,999. 2400SF,
MLS316318.
Call Sharon 742- 5375
WESTSIDE 3/1 all new
Bungalow, Owner gives
you $1000 to movie in.
100% fin. $139k 5242
Sunderland Rd. 716- 7766
A Full Service Brokerage
www.callthechief.com
877-346-7827
DON BROWN REALTY
225-5510 OR 571-7177

FOR SALE/
RENT TO OWN
$3K- $5K down.
Avondale- 3 ,$301K
3335 Park St, $2000m
Mandarin- 3Q,$200K
3696 Barbizon Cir S,
$1350m.
Murray Hill- 4.2, $193K
4B47 Lownvlew St. $1450m.
Riverside- 4/2, $354,300
1085 Orleans Ct, $2400m.
Springfield 3/2,$270K
W. 11th St, $1900m,
All Completely Renovated
651-5811 or 607-4022.


IULINGTON CREEK Evec
HOmine. 32001r. 4. 3.
Fa.r.oa ,LEASE.PURCH.
12250.2,50 jeanr.lar t
R e a lt, 813 .5010
.35-127
ST. AUGUSTINE
Polenclo-.C-ern.r ,lr.once
Iri CQuaOlil rr Irsl a/.r-, j
280i1 ,o 0?(Snm 20 i0(.':
ST. AUGUSTINE
PROBLEM CREDIT OK'
aJ car oar n ....rk.

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SGEORGIA LAND SALE

CHARLTON CO.
598 AC- 5,995/AC
exceller. lake site!
EMANUEL CO
674 AC- 52,025AC
Developer's Dream1
JEFFERSON CO.
685 C.- 1825/AC
Ogeecnee River Front!
S JOHNSON CO.
1.415AC- 1.5%'AC
, Long Creek Frontagel
LONG CO.
145 AC. $2,295/AC
near Ft Stewortl
SCREVEN/JENKINS CO
1,441 AC- $2,275/AC
Exc. malure timber
TATNALL CO.
252 AC- G2A495/AC
immediate income
TOOMBS CO.
2,602 AC- $1,95oAC
Gorgeous Creek I
WILKES CO
478 AC- $2,S79/AC
Rolling Hillsl

404-362-8244
or go to our wedsite.
St. Regis Paper Co., LLC
www.slregispoper.com
VIDALIA GEORGIA
Ci:..r cu,.-.. Is 1CI I' r :ol-
or C. Jlla. C O. il :
finance WAC 912- 293- 3627
WOODBINE, GA 295oc
in gated community. Can
be subdivided. 17mi to
195. 52ml to Jax Airport.
$2400/acre. (912)337-6262


GATEWAY r..OUNTAIN. NC
i 6 a,:re ol rirr.e n caijr.r
Ilr par roperi, locotco ira

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ior / icK or J ear ri
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OR PiMOND BEACH
BY OWNER
"t r, ro'.,l i1 C ,: :. l
a ir 1 '000 ., DEEp
Water Inlracoastal
.9 j9 500 or be&At rea
sonable oiler. ir::
-lr. 1 .1J',- r, 1, lirt
Home will be sold
Sunday lo Highesl
Bidder 3k&-

SOUTH CAROLINA
HUNTING TRACTS
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40 .1 :, a.:ref o,, rea
,or 'ale ir-e -ACn 6
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VA Land, 23 acres
river tIranlI :6yK .alo NC
land J,--acS. Dond. ;1K1
PICs 919 093Bva6 orr
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Waterfront

For Sale
Baker Waterfront
Clay Waterfront
Duval Oceanfront
Duval Waterfront
Nassau Oceanfront
Nassau Waterfrom
Putnam Waterfront
SL Johns Waterfront
St. Johns Oceanfront
St Johns Intracoastal
St Johns Marsh Front
Georgia
Out of Area Waterfront



Fleming Island Lovely
waterfront 4br/3ba.
3000sf, bonus, kit w/fpl,
FR, DR, 1800 Water-
bury Ln. $425K. 264- 2079

muval County
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SShadowlawn-3/2 on
acre, FL room,
breakfast nook, BEACH Atlantic 3/2 Tidal
large fenced yard, w/marsh views, 100'
145k, or $900/mo, Call dock w/boatlift, remod
Vikl@902- 729- 2266 Int,$279,000.904- 813- 5315
Buying a Home?
Contact your VA
Home Loan Expert-
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YNCM (USN Ret)
Buying, Selling or
refinancing? Contact
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904) 732-6011 financing needs, including
Cell (904) 463-2065 VA, FHA, home equity or
E T,.. T ur.e_,.:r conventional loans.


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Baker County
Clay County

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Nassau County
Pumam County
St. Johns County
Georgia





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Townhome

For Sale
Baket County
Clay County
Dural County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County
Georgia







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


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Acreage

For Sale
Baker County
Clay County
Duval County'
Nassau Countr
Putnam County
Sr. Johns County
Georgia



KEYSTONE offil Hwy 21
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Fernadina OceanlronI
lols, Ti h 1etcher Ave.
,, r- S. o '..: buildable.
1- .3 or .?'5K. Penny
,ri3a D. ,' at Daily
Reoi Eno'. :,'. 396- 3447


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CLAY, DUo AL. & NASSAU
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Coil r r. Leai. 763 6165
MIDDLEBURG
M.SOVING' MUST SELL,
3/2, 1600SF-I- Over Acre
and a Half. Won't last!
$895 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley
874-1862 or 291-3100


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MIDDLEBURG
New 4/2, 1600 SF, Mobile
Home on a Large Wooded
Lot. $875/Mo. Must Selli
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 (904) 291-2735
A 3 OR 4 BR ON I1 OR MORE
ACRES. 100% FINANCING
SEYCOR RLTY 477-4225 OR
JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET





$500/mth *Low D/P
Canl Rebecca @ 246-7684
CLAYTON '00. No credit
check. 2/2. stove/frig,
dishwasher, shed, deck.
$2500 eq. $383.53. 730-8606
CLAYTON '97 16X80, No
credit check. 3/2,
stove/frig, dishwasher,
wash/dryer, c/air. $2500
equity. 9 1/2 yrs. 730-8606
DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU
Land Homes Packages!
$980 Down $595 Month
Call Mr. Lewis 783-8385
HOMES OF MERIT 2-
< -i. r 1, ien h a .h.a.-ner

Ca -.: *16 ':,', Bs 3;r.e
MOBILE HOE HOME & LAND
i 2 .,.:- ir , a :ir.. s n r
j ..snar .-r co r ion .3
t. ,3 aOe.:K & o,.'n-.'9
S tu"9'' l.31 -"'' 66').

500.,Co-,30 6--k a
OAKWOOD 2uo,, J
S st,. rErg O .r :or
pcr r, .I po1li ,. Good
deT' i B S:'" C,11 .i' e8( 0
SSKYLINE ft ":e.6 1
stove/trig, dishwasher,
heat pump, like new
$24,500. Call 730-8606
WESTSIDE
TURNED DOWN BY
THE BEST ?
Come buy from the best. You
pick the home and we do the
loan. 771-9055 or 962-1086
Ask for Emma.

WESTSIDE
New already selup 3/2
in greol location
S00I0Ddn. 18080
NO PAYMENTS
UNTIL MARCH 01.
CALL NOW AND
RECEIVE %1000 VISA
GIPT CARD WITH
NEW HOME
A PURCHASE 213-9934



We have guaranteed
: financing on any new,
--used or repo M/H. Call
Sandy 0 695-2255

ehmsMomes at the beach! D/P
S-assist. Avail. 2, 3, & 4 BR
----Call Rebecca 249-9546

Nice 3/2 Dbl. Low d/p,
Low monthly
Call 249-9546



P Call Rebecca for details
246-7684
A 3 OR 4 BR ON 1 OR MORE
ACRES. 100% FINANCING
SEYCOR RLTY 477.4225 OR
JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET
SELLING YOUR
MOBILE HOME?
TOP CASH"! Old or New
or Assume Loan.730-8606




NASSAU, CLAY, & DUVAL
SLand Homes Packages!
$980 Down $595 Month
Call Mr. Lewis 783-8385


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Out of Area
Bed and Breakfast
Manufactured


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




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Wanted to Rent






Fleming Island 3/2.5
Twnhse 1643sf water
front, appis, gar. $1150
Call for bonus 708-2907
Orange Park
Townhouse-2/1/1.5,
top condition, great
neighborhood, 15
minutes from NAS JAX,
NSO, washer/dryer, Call
(904)386-0207





FLEMING ISLAND,
Eagle Harbor. 2450sf,
4/3, new paint & crpt,
fenced $1350m. 887-8768
Middleburg 3br/2ba,
1300sf, Irg lot, fp, 1 car
garage, newly remod-
eled $1050m 904-236-3519
MIDDLEBURG/Silver
Creek 4/3, brick, new,
comm pool, great schIls
$1325mo. Chris 742-7486
4, NORTHSIDE
Eagle Harbor, 3/2 +
JL den, 1890 sf on
water. Immaculate,
pets okay. Available
now. Mus t Pcs.
$1350/mo. 757-689-8454
ORANGE PARK/Oakleaf
Plantation New 5/3.5,
3car gar, fenced, alarm
sys, $1595m. Bob Gris-
mer ERA John Gray
Realty 904-269-1B13


Orange Park 3/2, 2 car
gar, fnc yd, vaulted cell-
ings. Avail Immediately.
$11 OOm 904-773-3285
Orange
W Park-3BR/2BA.
S\ 1550SF, 2-car
garage w/storage.
Washer/dryer hook-ups.
Fireplace, hot tub, &
security system. Fridge,
dishwasher, fenced
yard. Call: (904)-542-3531
ORANGE PARK Eagle
Harbor 4/2 /2 car garage,
2300sf, $1700mo. avail-
able now 904-673-2276
ORANGE PARK-Red
Oaks Subdv, 3/2, 2 car
gar, remote control fpic,
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 PARK
Oakleaf Plantation.
New & Ready.
Lease-to-buy.
1800sf-3100sf $1500-
$2700m 516-660-2709
ORANGE PARK Oakleaf
New 4/3 2400sf, water
frontfpl, lanai, no sink
/pets. $1395mo. 505-3648




ORANGE PARK Oakleal
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ORANGE PARK Luxury
rooms w/mlcrotreele.
Low daillv/weeklY rates.
904-264-1211/7l25-3313
SOrange Park
Room to Rent-
Close to NAS JAX,
lo$400/month, all utili-
ties included, also have
washer/dryer, call
(904)386-0207


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ARLINGTON REGENCY INN
* WEEKLY SPECIALS *
Low Weekly Rote 7 Day Stay
(904) 725 -5093




ARLINGTON nisIcrl,:
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AVONDALE historic
2br/1.5ba, lust renov,
w/d hu, Mexican tile firs
$825m. Dep nego. 471-5552
AVONDALE 1/1 $495
Near shops & grocery
Water included/must C
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
AVONDALE / Riverside
1BR & 2BR APts. $675-
$895 mo. WD, water Inci,
priv covered parking
great loc. 568-7100
BAYMEADOWS,Beaches,
Mandarin, Riverside
Southside, Westside.
EFFIC $100WK, Apt
$150week, also houses
for rent turn/ unfurn wk,
month. 904-302-5753

BEACHES
CALL NOWl !
LUXURIOUS
LIVING AT
AFFORDABLE PRICES!
OCEAN OAKS 249-5611






Northside Newly Renov
2/1, 1000sf, w/fpl, 4548
Notter Ave HUD OK
650+0 0- a 9 3i6t.la .:.r
904 : lf9( ?,8

NORTHSIDE
$575 -$780 -
I, 2 & 3 BR's Availli
904-757-0240
Ashley Park Apt.



RIVERSIDE .Ig I a,
ip l Ad TIrS ni t ellrl -:
c iilrg tons .,
$7S5mo. 04-3-30-uiu

SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Speciall
CALL 398 -9492
SOUTHSIDE RENT or
RENT TO OWN Quiet &
cozy 2 BR, 2 BA, w/FP,
W/D hu. $900mo+ dep
1 yr lease 850-814-4696




SOUTHSIDE:
Welcome Military
THE C-ARDENS AT
L4KEWOOD
APARTMENT
CuO,'.9UNITY
Proud Participant in
the Rental Housing
Partnership Program
lbr from $542
2br from $627
Beautiful Southside
area in Lakewood,
located at the corner
of University Blvd. W.
and San Jose Blvd.
Pool, on site laundry,
pet friendly, profes-
sional management &
maintenance, on bus
line, walk to stores. Q
Call today 904-737-6576

WESTSIDE 2br Newly
Remod. W/D conn $665mo.
Smove-in Special. Seaboard
Oaks. Frances @ 904-778-9836

WESTSIDE $149 Sec dep
Special. 1BR, $440.
Call 388-7317
WESTSIDE-2 BR, 1 BA,
CH/A, fridge, range, new
crpt, HUD OK.
354-7208
WESTSIDE
$99* moves you in!
Nia Terrace Apartments
2045 Jammes Rd
1 & 2 bdrm apartments
available. 904-781-3818.
with approved credit
WESTSIDE
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD
NO WD HOOKUP. OQUIEI'
REF REQUIRED ii9i 182697

WESTSIDE. Quiet.
riean 600i1 i.00 +
Caoil 333 1lBi


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NORTHSIDE I OCEANWAY
17)J Sn.:.re 'v'eA Drm W J2
I'551) floniEifa Terr 392 .
ii7?j Po,-ara Lr, W VV 1.
l3e ..nd-r or, Woods "2
ii1lu OIler9 Den Jr 12 i
168, Lake Bena C.r 3/12 5I
11868 Lake Bena Cir 3i2 5
li14 Be. --n Rd Hou:e & Ol 31'1
32J3 /vaa.:..'.lea Cir N J-I
912J De1-,,rr,, 81, 2
o3" E '.ir. S r19:r -i
ARLINGTON / SOUTHSIDE
619 Grove Park Blvd 4/2
3820 Grand Central PI. W 3/2
13364 Beach Blvd. 3/2
4259 Highwood Dr. 3/2.5
2864 Lantana Lakes Dr. E 3/2
4703 Brierwood Rd. 3 02
7701 Timberland Park #537 2/2
10075 Gate Parkway N #911 1/1
1915 Southside Blvd. 3 01
2448 Seabury Place N. 2/1
3266 St. Augustine Rd. 1/1
3268 St. Augustine Rd. 1/1

WESTSIDE/ARGYLYE/RIVERSIDE
755 Roland Lakes Drive 3/2
9303 Whisper Glen Dr. N 4/2
8678 Bishopswood Dr. 3/2
8725 Huntington Woods Cr. N LB 3/2
5812 Tampico Rd. 3/1
6018 Duclay Rd 2/2.5
2217 Ernest St. 2/1
2219 Ernest Rd. 2/1


DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE
400 East Bay St #1809 Plaza #9786


NORTHSIDE COMMERCIAL
361539 Pine St. B2631-1 Dunn
Avenue /Retail-Wharehouse.
$4085.80 monthly



DAN JONES

E RA & Asociates, Inc.

.mfier&,mwn7 (904) 757-3460


1/1 1095/750


Arlington Condo-
New, 2/2 Condo in
Merrill Pines,
1,1185F, 2nd floor
unit w/washer & dryer.
No Deposit, $950/mo.
6967968.
BEACH Jacksonville 2/2
ocean front, Oceania
Condos 7th fir. $2200mo.
inci water WD, pool gym
covered parking. Call
Seana 910-3644
Intercoastal-
FSBO: 2/2 +-
garage, beautiful, 2
yr old condo In
gated community.
Appliances Included.
$165k. (904)-928-0066
Jacksonville Bch Ocean
front Brand new end unit
w/spectacular northern
views 3/3.5, 2525sf
garage, gated, 2 pools.
$4250m. 904-962-6161
4 Mandarin-2/2, many
upgrades, great
b Mandarin location.
Gated, all appli-
ances, security system,
overlooking future golf
course and pool.
Reduced: $134,900. Call
(904)305-1672
MANDARIN
2/2, 1 car gar,
237-4775
MANDARIN FREE
RENT! Beautiful wooded
community in the heart
"f Mandarin. 1, 2, and 3
oedroom condominiums
priced to lease at Oasis
of Mandarin. Contact
us at 904-262-3355 to
c.:nedule your tour today.
ORTEGA condo on
:.rtega river 2/1 WD
..ater inci, amenities
many $975. 904- 699-M693
ORTEGA- .
Condo on Ortega
S River, 2 BDRM, 1
BA, washer/dryer,
range/ref/microwave.
Water included. Ameni-
ties, fit center, bas/conf
center, outside grill,
,.: .C, i ,, "',:abonos
&,/, IKIn ralrn Call

Ponle Vedra Beach 1, o:r.
a0,e:." oram. oairenilles
IKe- .'. 12 otf 151 mo.
ilEl1mrno Torr. 3i6 9 11
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
OCE Gi GRO'.E .I+LOII
l>) arIko = ool. or. lahe
>,1i.,l renl t 700m
'jrd. *? 1 :d8.129N,
*990 .: 1,3
SOUTHSIDE .1 2 I. a
ii ,.oa nr r a. r ..r riill
k1l .g0rog- sare.-3 Coln
9*. 411 ) I IJi,
SOUTH51DE dBR 2,B
9.1,jTReiUX gol.=0
ic.;s' llr "C I Ir.dr,.:-r grn-.
no ei IiI;,lAn-. + deC
Ioc-'- Piurrn-:e Oaeion
.'i. 9,41 .1/ l $91s09
SOUTHSIDE
Isl m o FREE' Live in
51. Johns Twn CnIr
i i Xl-0 :a ., Ca l J '~.lA
SOUTHSIDE Ciar
Waterfront Apt, gated, 2
story, 1/1, fp, fitness,
spa, 1 car gar, $110o0m
904-501-0987
Duval County
Duplex/
Towc nhJiiTjiTme
For Renti^^^


ARLINGTON New 2/2.5
End Unit Conv to 9A.
$1075/mo. N.FL Realty
Services 731-7118.
SAtlantic Beach-2/2
Townhouse, newly
remned. Close to
beach, $800/mo. Call
904 .425 -1 861 o r
321-279-2931. (PCS)
MANDARIN in Bigtree,
3/2.5, screened tile patio
w/indoor garden, din &
liv rm, kit and all baths
tiled, $980mo. No pets.
No smoking 904-260-9108
or 562-0893
MAYPORT Duplex 2br/
2ba, front porch, Irg
patio, bck yd. $1050m
all util incl. 285-8586
NORTHSIDE 3/2.5 TH
w/loft, must see. Near
shoDopinq, airport a oy
porl ; 119 mo aiS., 2'5,5
S WESTSIDE
2 BR'? BA T.,.nhns
'.V D hrl.c.uo c, 1Io
Ssecuril, lini .r.,
co rp el o p ilairr5 .. J il
!'-j -- dePO l
*OJ 378 365 .1


INTERCOASTAL o0.
aler,. lk IC. .0a, 0. 3 2
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porcn. d8o:k o.a.sab6e
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ARGYLE V'? SPLIT 8DR9.5S
VAULTED CLNGS AVAIL 12-1
NO PETi Hl' II HER vANtITIES
REF REQ 050I'MO o(6.219
ARGYLE
3r2. LR DR, FAMILY ROOM.
SPLIT BDRM, FENCED YD
REF REQ 1995tMO 7187896
Arlington Home-
Renovated 3/2/1,
Cypress Cove sub.
Cul.de-sac, 1300SF,
tile floors, carpet in bed-
room,.very nice.
$1025/mo + deposit.
386-4358.
4, Arlington
$1050/month + 1
I month deposit,
4 3BR/2BA, hard-
wood fir, fenced yard,
inground pool, 5 car
driveway, Cal Robert
Meggs, 904-234-3652

ARLINGTON 3br, almost
new, 2 car gar, near
Regency $1100 Charles
Leonard, Broker 241.7675
AVONDALE 3/1 CH&A
w/d hkup, frpl, fenced yd
$850/mo + $500 dep. 3933
Jean St. Call 388-5939
AVONDALE 2/1 $795 ch/a
944sf/HW floors/garage
nar shops/porch/fence
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
AVONDALE 2/1 $750
ch&aFplace/lcargar/fence
d Near shops/equipt kltch
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
Avondale 2/1 ch/a, w/d,
wood firs, fncd yrd, Irg
strg, nr Boone Prk, pets
ok $900m 904-725.1036


One Bedroom Starting At



68500


1100 Seagate Ave Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611




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Historic Avondale -

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APARTMENTS
Hurry Hurry Hurry "1 1
Call Now!

389-3179 I


BEACHES South Jack-
sonville, 3 bed, 2.5 bath,
Lakefront, Quiet
Cul-De-Sac, Avail 11/15,
Newly Renovated
Hardwood Floors, Car-
pet, Kitchen, Bath. $1700
monthly, 904-537-7740
GREEN COVE New
home 3/2, 1940sf, 2 car
gar, kitchen equip,
fenced.$1100m +$1100dep
387-4151 or 781-1339
INTERCOASTAL 2/2, 19g
living rm, fen back yd, 1
car gar. $925mo, $950
dep. Call 904-945-9288
INTERCOASTAL WEST
4/2, pool, $1600m; 3/2
$1350m short term/pur-
chase option 904-742-6230
INTRACOASTAL W.
Atlantic Blvd. 3/2 LR, FR
DR, scrn porch, 2car gar
fenced yd, pool & tennis.
$1050m+dp. 904-992-4415
2016 Deer Run Trail.
INTRACOASTAL WEST
2Br/1Ba rental home
with 2 car garage and
scrnd patio. 2 mi from
the beach in a quiet
neighborhood. $1200 me /
negot. Call and leave a
message where you can
be reached. Location is
right off San Pablo road.
Kernan Forest TH 3/2.5+
office, 1770sf, tile, on
lake w/scrn patio, w/d,
$1350m. Jeff 262.9359
LAKESHORE 3/1, great
cond, $875mo. pets ok,
Call 962-8742
MANDARIN 3/2 spacious
1800sf, 2car g, appls
Julington Forest $1250
Call for bonus 708-2907
MANDARIN Townhome
3br/3ba. 1800sf, fpl, pets
ok, tile floors, $1090mo.
Avail 12/1. 904-612-0850
MANDARIN 3/1. 1050sf
Fully renov, new every-
thing. $1000mo. No pets.
1st, last, $250 sec 318-5127
MANDARIN
Open House Sat & Sun
ID bao. 1510 Caslleooark
* Dr 312, 2 car goragn,
tpl, Ig kll, FL rm, 15
min to N AS $1285mo
904 8B6 1969 210-667-5465

MANDARIN GREAT
HOUSE IN GREAT
NE iGHBORHOODO
1H 1600 SQ FT. NEW
VINYL 5IDI1NG
WASHER. DRYER
DISHW'.SHER,.
MICRO, TILE
FOYER KITCHEN
OR CARPET
ALLOWANCE
GREErIHOUSE.
FENCED YARD
READY TO MOVE
I1.0 NOW t 221,900
CALL 537? 833

MA ANDARIN 3 2 .:or ,W
FP, t- ,cond, aL:K,
10333 Arrow Lakes. $1025
mo. Avail now. 372-0837.
Mandarin, Bartram Spgs
3/3, 2460sf, Lake View
$1750m or $342K
3.5% fin. 516-660-2709
NORTHSIDE Amelia View
4/3, 2 car gar, dock, AC
comm. pool $1400. 904 .
714-0162, 813- 972-1863
NORTHSIDE -1730SF, lyr
new single faon home,
3/2, office, close to 9A &
River City Moll, approx
15-20 ml to Moyport.
$1050m. 904-566-2425
NORTHSIDE rent to own.
remod 3/1, w/new roof.
fen yd, detached gar
Call 783-6888 or 783-6777
NORTHSIDE 1779 W. 6th
St. For rent with lease
purchase option 4/1,
$109,900, $2000 down/
$800 mo., 904-377-8732
NORTHSIDE 2/1 & 3/1 Apt
$525 $625; 3/1 hse $825
4/2 TH $800. No Hud.
Greg 376-5190
NORTHSIDE No bank
qualifying, w/reason-
able down, 4/2, 11540
Inez Dr. Call 904-838-7021
NORTHSIDE
t1,e"lI renoa.3,e i -
i; 1 i83R/n-.5, 0 U HLID
C 31l 90J 33J' 5160'
NORTHSIDE Oceanway
1A 2 -.. 2614:r LEOE or
PTO. .:'0.e0. Penl
20o0m,i. I i m ir. e
NI u ri, r cK OI.I.iJh'I -

rATTN: RENTERS
GREAT HOMES
SEEKING GREAT

Newly Remodeled
Excellent Prop. Mgmt
Fair Rental Rtes.
S300 Move-in Special I
Northside. Paxson, U
SMurray Hill Areas.
NO HUD.
Call Steve @ Titus
Solutions 9046. 8-4962 I
Norlhside o
1 0i 7 lIhaca r 2/1 650
9121 Adams Ave 2/1 4650
Murroay Hill
45 Louisa Terr 231 i695
*4821 Louisa Terr 2 1 S775 E
11251 Stlmson Snt 1 S775
195 Randolph St 2in s1 o

ORANGE PARK brand
new 4/3. 2300+SF, WD
iacuzzi upgrades
$1450mo Call 904-236-9889
ORANGE PARK NORTH
3BR ch&a quality area,
Irg yd, no pets $795 firm
+ dep; PH 904- 777- 8817
ORTEGA 1/1 Cottage $595
w&d, hu/storage/cozy
Near shops and grocery
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
SOrtega area-Ricker
Ridge- 3/2, fenced
t1 backyard, ameni-
ties included, W/D,
20 min to NAS Jax,
$1000/mo. 476-8034,
778-7530
Ponte Vedra E. of AlA 3/2 +
ofc 2000sf., court yrd pool,
lawn /pool svc Incl. pets ok.
$1750. 904- 703-0242
RIVERSIDE 3/1 hdwd
firs, fpl, WD, $1100mo.
completely remod. Ig
back yard. 904-568-7100
_, San Jose-6042
Wilson Blvd.
3BR/1.SBA, Large
family room, dinin-
groom, laundry, eat-in
kitchen, appliances, rent
$800, 465-4101
A San Jose-6042 Wil-
l son Blvd. 3BR,
I1.5BA, large family
room, diningroom,
laundry, eat-in kitchen,
appliances, $800 rent.
465-4101
SEABOARD AVE 3/2 $895
13005SF 1 Car Gar ch&o
Kit Equip, Fenced Back
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
Southslde/St Nicholas
3411 Stanley St. 2br/lba
950sf, fenc yd $800mo+
dep 755-8551, 398-6784
Soulhslde Iron Aood 1'3
240051. lake vow $1750m
or $389.900 Desolo floael
3 5'- l1n. 516-AAO2109
WESTSIDE 3/1.5, den, all
appis, ceramic tile,
fenced yd, corner lot,
$750m. 766-9391/521-9866
WESTSIDE 3/1, near NAS
Jax, clean quiet neigh-
borhood, CH&A,
$800mo.+dep 744-1570
WESTSIDE 4/2, fen cor-
ner lot, 2000sf, brand
new, $1200mo. Call
904-262-3262
S, Westside-Nature's
Hideaway 3BR/2BA,
< 1 Gated pool,W/D,
small pet okay.
$1000 month + deposit.
Call 904-620-0357.
WESTSIDE 4/1, 1700SF,
on 2 AC, nice area, hot
tub, $900mo 1st & last,
Call Don 904-781-8802


WESTSIDE 295 &103rd
NS clean quiet town hm
inci until $395. 303-1234





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

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


Arlington
3BR/2BA,
harddwood floor,
inground pool,
fenced yard, rooms are:
1 month deposit & $400
or $450. Call: Robert
Meggs, 904-234-3652


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

Westside-
Roommate wanted
near NAS-$400
monthly, includes
utilities, very nice
home, call 904-779-4660

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

SWestside Female
Seeks Roommatle-l

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LUXURY ROOMS
,.'ilact: 0 ,, 5 ll-75l'
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QUALITY INN 19,1I 264 iMl






FOR SALE/RENT
Allantic next to Walmart
HAWKINS COVE
5BR/2 1/2 BATH.
2506 SO.FT.
2 Story;
FOR SALE: $318,000
FOR RENT $1,500.00
(includes lawn care)
Contact: 904-534-7559


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PALENCIA 3/2 end unit
scrn patio, gated, pool,
inci catv, DSL & water,
$1195m. 904-9626161
PONTE VEDRA 2/2, 1 cor
garage, FP, W/D, beach
access, $1200mo
Call 273-8047
PONTE VEDRA
Sawgrass Country Club
walk to beach 2nd floor
2/2 den Ig deck, 285-1660






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Herilage Park 9i,-.. :',
So J :.r, ,U .,',

MANDARIN -2/2 condo.
Nr 195 & St. Aug Rd.
$800mo + dep.
904-588-8653
Ponte Vedra/PalmValley
5Br/3Ba, 2400sf. att 2 car
gar. Walden Chose culde-
sac, CLEAN & READY! I
yr old $1850mo 904-236-0505


PONTE VEDRA SOUTH
4br/2.Sba w/ocean &
coastal views. $2000m
Avail Nov. 678-860-7478
S. PONTE VEDRA/Turtle
Shores 3/3+bonus, 2100sf
community omenites.
$1950m. 904-465-4390
SR 207 &1-95 County golf
course, 3/2, 2 car oar, 25
mins to Jax. $1150 me.
+ dep. 904-588-8653
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, 2br/2ba
1400sf. townhouse
$625mo. 516-244-8394









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Resorts
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OCEANFRONT
Luxury, 2bd/2ba,
aoil amenities. $1500/mo.
904-471-0792
4 Timeshare For Sale
Westgate Resort,
| Kodak, TN. Nov
17-24 2006. Paid $850
will sell for $500.
www.westgateresorts.com
Call owner: 904-491-7996


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WHITEHOUSE -New 3/2/
2, 2300sf, fpic, comm
pool, w/d, $1500mo
Call 561-707-7088
WS/Lakeshore 3/1 $725
2 car gar/family rm/ch&a
w&d hu.1200sf/fenced
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
WS/Lakeshore 2/1 $695
carport/fenced/w&d hu
ch&a/new paint/must c
VANSANDT RE 389.3540


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ARGYLE Newer 3,4
BR's OW on private lot.
A+ schls $800 $950 /moe.
No HUD. Greg 376-5190



Southside 2/2 Priv Br/Ba
Clean, NS, 1/2 util $495
+ $150 dep. 904-885-9789
INTRACOASTAL W.
12X14rm $475 kit priv
must have refs 223-0815


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 incid. GOING
FASTH! 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





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'ia31 r nr..,' --,i..= 1 i'u''
MM or lease $4.35/Sq.
Owner 904-421-3880

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


BAYMEADOWS/9A Lg
office with open work
area $1400 mo small $600
mo. Call 234-3600 ext 82



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


BIG THINKERS
Ground floor oppt'y
Realistic 6 figures
1st year income.
#1 Finonical svc for
building a lifetime of
residual income.
904-750-1938
CONVENIENT STORE
Sale by owner. Serious
buyers only. 904-221-0064
CONVENIENT STORE
-Approx .75 +- 1Oc. Nas-
sau Co., FL, Yullee
area. New gas syst,
$895K 904-225-2277

GAS STATIONS w/auto
repair bays for lease.
Great opp for exp auto
-repair person. 596-3282
Illness forces sale of
lawn care bus, trailers,
equip. & accs. $18K obo
407-923-2416 904-460-0230
LIQUOR LICENSES
Clay & St. Johns 4 COP,
best price & terms
Call 386-677-3785


Thank you!
Besides protecting our
country, military
personnel stationed in
our communities
donated 505,907
house of volunteer
service in Northeast
Roida and Southeast
Georgia last year.lTheir
time was given to
community
Lrganizations, church
groups, youth activities,
scouting and more.


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Perfect Owner- Operator
M- F retail bus. Very
busy dell, coffeehouse 8,
candy store in ofc.high
rise. Call 940- 9856 Iv msg






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







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











Private Instruction
Schools
Specialty Training/
Events



ME-


REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Nov 13
8 Week Eve Class Jan 10
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269-2555
Florida Real Estate Institute

Alliance Business Schools
Real Estate, Mortgage, Title,
Home Inspection courses.
See Schedules at
alliancebusinessschool.com
or Call: 904.880-8070















Job Fairs
Resume Service
Accounting/
Bookkeeping
Advertising/Media
Architecture/
Interior Design/
Graphics Design
Automotive Sales/
Service
Aviation
Civil Service/
Government/
Public Administration
Computer Hardware/
Software/
Programming
* Construction
* Customer Service
SDental
* Domestic Services/
Caregiving
* Delivery Driver
* Education/Teaching/
Training
* Engineering
* Entertainment
* Executive/
Management
* Finance/Investment
'- General Employment
* Hotel/Hospitality/
Tourism
* Industrial Trades
* Insurance
* Landscaping/Grounds
Maintenance
* Law Enforcement'
SecurityiSafety
* Legal
* Maintenance?
Janitorial Services
- Manufacturing
* Marketing
* MedicaliHealth Care
* Marine/Trade
* NursesiNurses Aides
* OfficeiClericali
Administration
* Part-Time
* Personal Servicest
Beauty
* Real Estate'Property
Management
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Fitness
* Restaurant'BarClub?
Food/Beverages
* Retail
* Sales
* Science/Research
* Social Services?
Counseling
* Technical Support
* Telemarketing
* Transportation
* Warehousellinventory
* Work at Home
* Positions Wanted


Drivability Tech,
GM Experience
Preferred, Front
End/Break Tech
Needed
Immediately
WE OFFER:
5 Day Work Week
Full Employee
Benefits Package
Including:
401K,
Health Insurance,
Paid Vacation
and Holidays

Apply In Person
To Bob Fletcher:

2600 PHILIPS HWY
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739-3700 for appt.





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rience preferred.
bent, comp wage SIGN
ON BONUS 904-940- 1226





ENGINEERING
Cross Match Technologies, a
leading global provider of
high- quality blometric solu-
tions is recruiting for the fol-
lowing positions in our Palm
Beach Gardens, Florida
office:
Media Relations
Senior Quality Assurance
Engineer
Software Engineer
* Mechanical Engineer
Senior Electrical Engineer
Firmware Engineer


visit our careers page at
www.Crossmatch.com to
submit your resume to these
or other exciting employ-
ment opportunities. NO
PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
EEO/AAP/DFWP






DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110


* DANCERS *
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Day/Night Available
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provider of armored car
transportation. We
offer:
*Full Medical/Dental Pkg
*Company Matching 101kk
*Tuition Reimbursement
Paid Vocation
*Time & half for 40+ hrs
Avg Annual Salary $29K
(Includes OT)
Qualified candidates will
complete a:
*Successful Polygraph
examination
*Successful background
investigation
*Drug test/D.O.T. physical
For directions or more
information please call
(904) 353- 4331. Brink's is
an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.
License itBB8700010.


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Molly Maid. M-F, 8a-5p
Bondable & Dependable
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AdC INSTALLERS
Needed with or without
exp. Good benefits/paid
vacation. Call between
10am- 2pm 904-783-.6330

CARPENTER with resi-
dential framing experi-
ence only. Top Payl
Sign on bonus, quar-
terly bonus, bnfts, Call
813- 2524 or 509- 7515

FORKLIFT REPAIR
TECHNICIAN Manufac-
turing firm located west
of Jax has F/T position
for positive, enthusias-
tic technician. Several
yrs exp working on
engines, hydraulics, lifts
& other components
reqd. Exc. pay, bnfts
HRMon- FrI904- 275- 2833




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

SHIP REPAIR
QUALITY ASSURANCE
MANAGER/
ISO 9000 MANAGEMENT
REPRESENTATIVE
CRITICAL KNOWLEDGE
& SKILLS:
!Knowledge of and profi-
ciency with ISO
9000- 2000/QMS Systems
*Knowledge of and profi-
ciency with shipboard
maintenance, installa-
tions and troubleshoot-
ing.
*Knowledge of the pro-
cess development and
implementation.
'Minimum 10+ years
work experience in rela-
tion to Industrial,
Mechanical and/or Elec-
trical engineering.
*Minimum 5+ years of
Management Experi-
ence.
*Preferred 3 + years
experience with a back-
ground in Quality man-
aging ISO 9001 compli-
ance systems..
Additional Functions
-Environmental, Health
and Safety Manager
-Technical Writer/Plan-
ner
*EHS Manager
3- S5 years EHS experi-
ence, Very Knowledge-
able of Various Indus-
try Regulatory and
OSHA requirements.
CONTACT : William
Messing Amee Buy LLC
904- 694- X046or904- 553- 9873





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

DANCERS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 7577370


Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110





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S.01 Safety Bonus
S.02 Service Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
Paid Vac & holidays




Program@ $52.00 /day
Call
IMEME G.reg @
800-723-3424 for info


Driver
Be A Team Player.
Drivers Wanted
Busy season 600-800 wk
Taxi, Para-Transit, Bchs
Taxi/Para-Transit 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-
agement experience,
preferably in trans-
portation. Must have a
general understand-
ing of budgetary mat-
ters and strong ana-
lytical reasoning.
Knowledge of DOT
compliance and Class
A CDL are required.
Holidays, weekends,
day and night work.
We offer a competi-
tive salary and ben-
efits package.




DRIVERS wanted Class
A CDL, Cash money
Gainesville to Jackson-
ville. Call 813- 434- 5242 or
813- 434- 524310- 6


DRIVERS
Professional class A driv-
ers, OTR tractor trailer,
good pay. Great home
time, health ins., 401K,
paid vacation, bonus
pkg, & top equipment all
In a small company
atmosphere but backed
up with large company
benefits.
Call Randy 877-440-7890
www.PTSI online.com
Ask about our new pay
package!





FORKLIFT OPERATOR
with experience for Navy
Exchange Distribution
Center. Temporary, Full
Time, may lead to Per-
manent. Starting salary
$9.74 per hour. Fax
resume to 904- 777- 7183.
Nexcom Human
Resources, Bldg 554,
NAS Jax. EOE




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AC, Heating, Fuel
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/Office
Equipment
Clothes
Collectables
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
Fruits/Vegetables
Fumiture/Household
Garage Sales
Garden/Lawn
Hot Tlubs/Spas
Jewelry/Watches
Kid's Stuff
Machinery and
Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous
Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods
Tickets
Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade




1926 Gulbransen Piano,
Player stlye upright. 7
rolls of music. Great
shape w/only a few nicks
here & there. Beautiful
piece w/all Player func-
tions working. Bench
incl. but not sure if It is
original. Call Robin M- F
8- 4 at 519- 5550, or
230- 8201. Must sell,
$1200.00 OBO
S1952 Ford Jubilee
Tractor New bat-
tery, alternator,
,exhaust, gauges,
starter, 80% tire tread.
$3,500 OBO. Call Dave:
(912)- 729- 4130 or
(912)- 573- 3952
4, VW Beetle '69
$2,000 OBO.
Replaced
engine, transoxle,
carberator, front brake
lob. Runs great, needs
body work, call 422- 4171




Kenmore Elite
Front loader
Washing Machine 7
mo old, $599. Call
912- 8832- 4016


SKenmore Washer
and Dryer-, and
Ight. condition. $150 for
OBOet. (912)6- 5007
Washefrigerator- 26cft,
/Great shape, Ws frigdaire
with ice cube, water
dispenser, and
light. Never used, $1250
OBO. 398- 0809
4 Washer/Dryer
Great shape, Whirl-
pool. $280. Can
deliver, call 994- 0100
Wet/dry vacuum-
Craftsman 16 goal
S capacity, on wheels,
great suction, great
condition $38. 268- 2482
Whirlpool Washer
and Dryer-
Matching set, late
model, $250. Can
deliver. 786-1767.




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 dress
could be altered smaller
If need be. Paid $500
for the dress but will
sacrifice for $250. Need
money, must sell ASAP.
The dress has been
professional preserved
since 2003. Call for Appt.
904-207-0900




BRASS TEA SET
CAME FROM IRAQ.
NEED MONEY WILL
SACRIFICE FOR $65.
CALL FOR APPT.
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 EACH
FIRST COME FIRST SERVE
904-207-0900
SLLADRO Carefree
#05790: $300, #07622
1994 Collector's,
$300. Royal Albert
mo/yr- collection $500.
771- 0470.



4 Complete Dell 2350
Dimension Desktop
Computer-256
G- force videocard,
512 RAM, 50MB
harddrive. Call 545- 3134
or 687- 0561. $500 OBO.
Pentium II Com-
Sputer and 15" moni-
> tor, 40gig hard-
t drive, 64 meg
memory, $90. Call
249- 1666.CDRW DRZUE


e 42" Samsung HDTV
Less than 2 months
old, Includes HDMI
cable, retail $1400,
sell $1000 OBO. 449- 4336
0 TV-32" Flat Screen
SSony, Mega Dual
Tuner, PIP,
Parental Control.
Wireless head-
phone, $350. Call
(912) -882-5865.
TV 32" Panasonic
T with remote, great
S shape. $120. Call
tL,/ (904)778-0824



B. Langston's Presents
Prestigious Mandarin
Antique, contp & 50's
furn. Ivory, art, jewelry,
good glass, military,
designer clothing, rugs.
2837 Spanish Cove TrI. W
off Scott Mill N of Oak
Bluff. Wed 4p- 7p, Th/Fr 9- 4.
www.blangston.com




Beautiful Antique
S Diningroom
table and six
t chairs-including
insert and china cabinet,
$1400. Call 249- 1666.
BED a absolute all new
QN w/warr matt set
$100.Can deliver 858- 9350
BED #1 All Brand New
Pillow Top Sets
King $150 Queen $85
Must Liquidate Immediately
904-674-0405
BED Brand name. $299
Kg pill top SET. New, w/
warr. Can del. 391- 0015
BED Brand name full set
$115 new w/warr in plas-
tic 398-5200. Can delivery
BED Cherry sleigh, Solid
wood set $395, Retail
$950. 858-9350.Can deliver
BED CHERRY SLEIGH a'
m Elrr' .; S-.:I le* ir, i ln.ia :
1I5" lI.9 /J 010',
BED u-..r. liue PIIIO, To.p
UO.,:i .:1 I ii 40 s1 115
Bedroom C r E, SET
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C-j 6E DEL vi. '"s,
Cabinml-
r lapes.
Woodgrain, locking
doors. 39 inches high, 19
inches wide, $60. 268- 2482
Diningroom Set
5 PC pine, ceramic
S til e inlay, 2 yrs old,
seldom used, solid.
$225 OBO. Call 268- 8656
Diningroom set-
Smaple- oval table,
six chairs, china
with hutch, $350.
282- 2272
4 DR Table-Solid oak
w/2 extensions, 6
S cushion chairs,
good condition. $400
OBO. Call (904)213- 9745
for more info.
& Elegant Furniture,
S European framed
cit tapestries, curio
cabinets, and more!
Serious inquiries only,
call Kathy at
904-207- 7361.
SEntertainment
Wall Unit-Lots of
S storage, excellent
condition, wood fin-
ish, $50. 622- 9762
Entertainment Ctr-
S FOr up to 36 inch
1JI TV, $40, call
292- 9130, Good
Condition! 904- 553- 2037
Entertainment
Center-
4 ,Solid oak, excellent
condition, $400.
Price negotiable. Call
213-9745
for more info.
S Etagere
(Curio/knicknack
4. standn) and decora-
tive baker's rack.
Excellent condition. $50
each or $90 for both.
(912)- 510- 7104
K Indoor-outdoor
glasstop table
iw/metal framing, in
great condition,
includes 4 chairs. $300
OBO. (904)- 838- 3640 or
(904)- 322- 8769.
King waterbed
suite-heated, dual
S controls, dresser


.i King Waterbed,
suite, dresser w/
mirror, 2 night-
stands, twin bed-
room set w/desk enter-
tainment unit. Cheap!
904-613-3335
Livingroom set-
sofa, matching
loveseat and chair,
excellent condition,
2 yrs. old $750 OBO.
882- 1052
Matching Sleeper
Sofa and Loveseat-
neutral blue and
beige. Rarely used,
thick mattress, $300.
Call 904- 317- 9228
Mattress Mem. foam,
brand name SET,new w/
war $320 858- 9350 can del
Mattress Brand name pill
top SET, new vW/warr
$120. Can del. 391- 0015
MATTRESS KING SIZE
New, Still in Plastic, $150
904-674-0405
MATTRESS Queen Plush
Set. Brand New in plastic
$85. Must sell 904-674-0405
S7 pc Diningroom Set
4 chairs, 2 arm-
chairs, knotty pine,
very solid, $400
OBO 268- 8656
4 Queen size
bedroom set-
headboard, foot-
board, dresser,
mirror, nightstand,
CAK, asking $550. PIP,
call 491- 7996
4, Sectional sofa-
tan, good condition,
I | $300. Call
Rick or Malika:
777-0842
Whirlpool Range
washer/dryer tod-
4 room, kingsize set,
dining/living room
furniture, computers,
television, grill, patio
swing. Prices call:
472- 1417.
SWorkbench- wood,
double door. Inside
S shelf. 72 inches
wide, with 4.5" vise.
Heavy and solid. $45.
268- 2482
Beautiful Antique
Diningroom
table and six
chairs, including
Insert- also china cabi-
net, $1,400. Call 249-1666
SLEEP ON IT BEDDING
Save 50- 70%
352- 373- 4 60
Antique Reproduc-
Stion -Carlton
k McClendon 3 piece
orparlor set- dark
wood, beautiful pastel
floral print, $1,000 OBO.
282-6984. LV. M&G.




ENGLISH 'MASTIFF
PUPS. Visit: english
mostiffsofmiddleburg.com
or call 786- 897- 5620.
Fleming Island Multi-
Family Sale! 229 West
Shores Rd. Off Pine by
the Fire Station 8- 2 Sat.
11/11. Motor home, etc.

4 i Garage Sale:
Mandarin, Nov
10-11, 8-4. San Jose,
south to Marbon.
Follow signs to Black-
food Ct. Appliances,
tools, furniture, tractor.
268- 2482
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Multi Family Sale! Fri,
Sat, Sun. 7- 2; pinball
mach, coins, tanning
bed, furn, lawn items,
tractor, boat trailer, '96
Cadillac, miniature
horses, household items,
etc. 532 Branscomb Rd.
SMANDARIN- Nov.
10/11.8- 4. San Jose
S| to MarbonRoad, to
_1 "Wilderness".
Multi- family, something
for everyone. 268- 2482

Multi Family Sale
S Blackfoot court,
Mandarin Nov 10/11,
9- 4. South of I- 295,
San Jose to Marbon.
Follow signs, 268- 2482
Neptune Beach Multi
Pam. Sale Thur, Fri, Sat
8- 12N. 1140 Florida Blvd.
Northside Cabinet Shop
Moving.10628 New Kings
Rd. Sat 11/4 & 11/11.8- 3
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WESTSIDE off 103rd St.
Moving Everything
Must Got 5922 Jaguar
Dr. W. Fri. & Sat. 9- 6.
4, YARD SALE Nov
10- 11, 8am till 4pm:
furniture, clothes,
toys, games, sports;
1248 Lake Asbury Dr.
Yard Sale-Sat, Nov.
4th, 112 Bedford Ct
S (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 mower, Mur-
ray 21In, runs and
cuts lawns fine. $25,,
(912)- 322- 6300
Lawn
Tractor-Craftsman
42". 19.5 HP twin
engine. Automatic
w/bagger canopy and
bumper. Great shape.
$850. 268- 2482
Sears 38" Riding
Mower-Runs good,
deck and brake
need adjustment,
$300 OBO. 781- 7707




1/3 Diamond
Solitare Ring- Gold,
I 1 beautiful, flawless,
size 7. Paid $700,
will sacrifice for $500
OBO. call 491- 7996
SEngagement Ring
1.11 carat, paid
$3,600, will sell for
$2,000. Have paper
w/R/T904- 220- 7886




4 Compressor
Craftsman 1
H P$65,
G Phone: 264- 6364.
Good condition.



SMedical Scooter-
Rally Red Max
Cap. 250 lbs. Exc
cond. Asking $650,
Neg. Call 716- 7197





S2 Person Sauna
Dry heat,(electric),
SI not a toy,! $2,000,
built in Alberta,
Canada, (912)- 673- 7694.
SBookcase w/lights
$50. Tile top dinette
set w/4 chairs, $80.
Exercise machine,
$60. Call 642- 0781/861- 7983


BRASS
TEA SET
CAME FROM IRAQ.
NEED MONEY WILL
SACRIFICE FOR $65.
FOR APPOINTMENT.
904.207.0900
SChildren's white
dresser, $10.
5- drawer filing
cabinet, $50. 13"
TVNCR combo $30,
Misc. Mary Kay
cosmetics, call
(912)- 510- 8905.
4 Digital Treadmill,
$100. 5-lug 8x16
white rims, set of
S 4, $100. 4 22560R16
Goodyears, 30,000 mi,
$100. Call 282-6984
n Electric Treadmill
UGC, $100.
Assorted golf balls,
L $3.50/dozen. Cigar
Humidor, holds 50
cigars, $15. 771-8930
4, Encyclopedia World
Book-Also child- .
craft educational
edition and series of
classics. Only $350, Call
264- 1506. Excellent
Christmas gift!
Kid's John Deere
Powerwheels blt-
tery- powered
Gator. $90 OBO,
originally $195. Almost
new. Call 610-4288. Leave

Kid'.
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Call Joh n: 307- 5841

Shinol Deor LX 31"00.

CaWomen 's Trek 4 00
Carbon race
bike- includeshel-
met, four rseys
shoes, less han 300
mil es, $500.
Call John 307- 5481



2 Great tickets-
01 va Newton John,
4 1 Wed, Nov 29, 8pm,
Section 200, Row
G(97), seats 3/4. call:
278- 2951 or 542- 2102
SEC Champ ionshipon
1212; 16 tickets, luxury
skybox avail 678 596- 3688









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SPets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted


(904) 881-7338


150 Gal Fish Tank, stand
and top $1000. Extras
for saltwater setup
564-1977

* BIG PUPPY SALE *
$199- $299- UP
Chihuahuas, Snoodles,
Schnauzers, Chins,
Cockers, Brussells,
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262- 4646

AMERICAN BULLDOG
Puppies For Sale.
90- 403- 9006

AUSTRALIAN SHEP-
HERD pups, 17wks S/W
black & whites POP, $75
904-879-1286 860- 5772

o Bird cage-18 cubic
T feet. Opens on top
/ and front, less than
1 year old, like
new. Accessories
Included. $120 OBO.
912673-8404.

BOXER PUPS AKC, 1
beautiful female brindle/
white $400 904-994-1696

BOXER PUPPIES AKC
Flashy fawn & brindle
Gorgeous $600. 333- 3766

BOXERS AKC Males and
Females. Must See,
$600.904- 654- 5534.

DACHSHUNDS Mini 8wks,
HC, CKC, bik/tan, $325.- -.
904-955-5920/966-2318 -*

Engrish Springer Spanieit."
pups reg., L/W & B/W
$375 $400. nego. Adult F
$250.388- 4388,504- 1101

ENGLISH BULLDOG
AKC, HC, 1 yr guaron-
tee $1400 386- 294- 1213

French Bulldog puppies
AKC- Reg. male & female
Avail now. 904-291- 6119

GERMAN SHEPHERD '
PUPS WHITE Reg. $500,.
904.251-4777 MIs

German Shep. AKC Pups
H/C, child friendly & well
balanced. 904- 880- 6736

GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPS AKC, HC, Ready
SNow! $275. 904- 773- 3121,,

LAB AKC PUPS Choc &
Yel $450. Ready 11/1I
taking depo 904- 309- 3712

LABRADOODLES Top-
qual designer pups,"s/sw
$490 & up706556-556- 0504

MACAW Blue & Golrd,
Male, 5 yrs. old, veri yl
smart. Without cagme
$650 w/ cage $1K 880- 1271
MASTIFF PUPS AKC,
POP, 12 wks, $1000 Call' I
3S- 465- 7875

r, Pit Bull For Sale'
S$300 OBO. ADBA
registered, 9 mo.
old. 813- 313- 5295 ii

Pitt Bull Puppies-'
For Sale- ADBA
reg. $400- $500.4
girls, 6 boys.
Contact 904.537-0223
or e-mail: rawdowgken- 5"
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POMERANIAN PUPS
1 females/ 1 male, POP,
$350. Call 230- 7433

PUG AKC PUPS Fawn,,.
3 months, females,
shots, top olood llre
sire upcomerg cr.anmp
$900. To approve
homes. Call 386- 752- 9116'

PUG PUPPIES, Beauli-
ful fawn males POP,
$400 1 yr fawn male picH r
.of litter $400. 912-437-3929 '

PUG PUPPIES
BLACK $400.
Jacksonville 321- 806- 8050

SCHNOODLES 1F/2M, all
black. Ready Nov 9th.
Asking $375. 386- 842- 5806

SHELTIES/COLLIES all
colors, M/F, $200 and up.
786- 7424/783- 2377

SHIH-TZU PUPS
Certified. 1M/2F, $400.
Ready 12/16. 904- 249- 9469

Slaonleis Sleel bird cage
42v30.-61- o rea ea Paid
lur.,: :. aE,.-' inm i-5'i 00 ,,
P.:. L-.l, 9(.1 6.8- 066&WA-

TOY BREED. pu., Cr -.
rr.,oah.jax Shir. u ., .
F j ,-ne1s m-. YorKeie-
,.i:--. Terriers '

UMBRELLA COCKA- ,
TOO Bao', aird, nana
led, oc r, sweel I ,9C0
11 i 1s6 a57- oT2 JI




HORSEMAN'S SEMINAR
'06 rNov 18 19. 'Oc a ,,
Hiun C3 all PeterEon ,
Smirn iS2-237 6151I
www.pelersonsmilth.com

HORSE n- nQ-i dldr,1:l
bc.,TC oro.), real klid
hI-,r: ;: ,. ,; 8L 6'- a "6 .+

Spoiled Saddle Horse
Tsnrn t,-Kier abl req .
geldin 11.iO hOK 2016. 11

Hor 1 d Kenrci Warahogi
i0oa E Iih SIreet 354-.7614
w. O her andkennel coram


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241-1398 LXUS OF JACKSONVILLE CHE VAL Ford Taurus Drive s good, Toyoa Camr 01 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 998-0012 ESTATE
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Yakima car top factory warranty. CHEVY MALIBU '02 246-1710 or 703-9113, Pontiac Firebird '00 at: 904-7666068. 0Blck/tan, uad XLT, V63 Jeep Hard top-
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BUICK LACROSSE auto slide doors and n.,. e -168o new tires, extra parts 998-0012 sharp! i $18,988 PACIFICA'06.
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l998-0012 9 ear, AContro HONDA ELEMENT EX '03 904-571-4115 DODGE RAM 2500 '04- / INFINITI QX4'01 fully loaded, $3,000. 998-0012
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