<%BANNER%>
Jax air news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00093
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 2006
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00093

Full Text




Anthrax Vaccines
Mandatory For Militar\ Members
Page 4


Saluting Vets
Cih\ Holds Annual Veterans Day Parade
Pages 8-9


Tattoos
Know the Dos And Don'ts Of Body Art
Page 13


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2006


mm/A\in


www.jaxairnews.com


NAS Jax


honors Sailors


of the Quarter

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


N AS Jacksonville's leaders recognized the achieve- "'- :"
ments of their Sailors Nov. 9 by hosting a Sailor of
the Quarter (SOQ) Luncheon at the NAS Jax '
Officers' Club. The luncheon recognized 82 SOQs from
each of NAS Jax's tenant commands and praise from -. ''
many of NAS Jax's leaders. '* "" .
"I'd like to thank everyone for coming out today to recog-
nize our Sailors. We are here today to recognize those,
Sailors who not only performed well the past quarter, but
who continuously perform well within their commands,"
remarked NAS Jax Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW)
Chris Green.
"In the past, we really didn't have any kind of special .
ceremony to honor our SOQs. About a year ago, the chiefs'.
mess came up with the idea to hold these luncheons. We
decided this was the right thing to do. We needed to find a
way to honor our Sailors, so here we are today. I think
this is our biggest turnout ever. It's really great to see
everyone here." .
Guest Speaker AVCM(AW/NAC) Richard Grace, senior
enlisted leader for Fleet Readiness Center Southeast"
spoke to the attendees about the importance of recogniz- Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
ing each and every job, a Sailor performs, no matter how AVCM(AW/NAC) Richard Grace, senior enlisted leader of Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (right), presents EM2 Augustine Tie
trivial it may seem. of Southeast Regional Calibration Center, with the Sailor of the Quarter Letter of Recognition as NAS Jax Commanding Officer
"I want to talk about the importance of every job in the Capt. Chip Dobson (center left) and Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing Eleven Commodore Capt. Sean Buck look on at the
Navy that we do. Whatever job we do and those jobs that Sailor of the Quarter Luncheon Nov. 9.
our Sailors do for us is significant and should be recog- For the complete list of Sailors of the Quarter, see Page 18 -
nized on an individual basis," said Grace. For the complete list of Salors of the Quarter, see Page 18 -
"Whatever your job is, you should do it to the best of primary job and doing that job to the best of your ability. I NAS Jacksonville's Junior SOQ MA3 Jennifer
your ability. I think sometimes we get focused on the think one of the greatest things about our Navy is that we Sanderson was proud to be invited to the event. "Things
extra things too much, collateral duties, education, etc. place a high value on each and every person and the job have changed here a lot. I was selected as a Sailor of the
And while those things are important and necessary for that they are doing to accomplish whatever the com-
our mission and personal development, don't neglect your mand's mission is." See SOQ, Page 18

Safe driving on base:


Heighten your awareness


Heather Ewton ,Mf."
Assistant Editor ..IS i M,-


Traffic accidents happen every
day aboard NAS Jacksonville
just as they do outside the
main gate. They happen for a vari-
ety of reasons with many different
contributors such as location,
weather and the driver's state of
awareness.
The Defensive Driving Course of.
the National Safety Council (NSC)
is the program that is utilized by
NAS Jacksonville Safety Office for
traffic violators on the base. The
course states first and foremost,
that driving is the most dangerous
thing that we do. An astonishing
20 people will have been killed and
1,040 injured in motor vehicle
crashes in the last four hours and
according to the NSC, traffic crash-
es are the leading cause of all
work-related fatalities.
There are a few things that one
may need to know to lessen their
chance of being a statistic on or off
the base.
A large majority of accidents
occur when personnel are simply
backing out of a parking space. In
the afternoon, when personnel are
ready to go home for the day, they
may be more focused on getting
home than anything else. "When
getting into a vehicle for the com-
mute home, take a minute to get
yourself aware of your surround-
ings," said Tim Jeror of the NAS
Jax Safety Office. "That extra
minute could save you a lot of time
and unwanted trouble."
One-way traffic, during morning
and afternoon traffic restriction
times aboard NAS Jax is another
large factor pertaining to the


Photo by MC3 David Didier
MASA Amber Tattrie of the NAS Jax Security Department pulls over a driver
for a driving infraction in a parking lot on base.


amount of accidents on the base.
"Personnel need to be aware of
what time of the day it is and use
caution. Look for the illuminated
traffic signs before pulling out. It's
simply a matter of paying attention
to what you are doing," stated
Jeror.
Most people can say that they
have been in a situation where
another driver'failed to utilize
their turn signals. "These devices
are not optional. As a matter of
fact, the use of signals is required
by law. The simple task of flipping
your car's turn signals will alert
other drivers of your intentions,"


added Jeror.
NAS Jax Security Department
personnel stay busy enforcing traf-
fic laws and tending to crash sites.
"I see a lot of personnel running
red lights and stops signs. When I
write up reports for the accidents
that I respond to, it was usually
one of those factors that con-
tributed to the crash," noted MASA
Amber Tattrie of NAS Jax Security
Department. "People need to be
cautious while driving and always
be aware of their surroundings.
Safety is number one."
See DRIVING, Page 23


_____,.--
FrontStaff
."hr t th eli holiday season; quickly ap..aching^;
. .preparatio.ns.are .iundr Wy atN .a,
,,FV Food Locker-to ensureV v il
here who may need a little yl.jietsi ;
nutritious holiday meal. .
The fodd locker program iheips Saoilor~ ~nd Obte".
families who are in need 'by colletinLg donahti0d.
from those who are able to give. .
To keep the food locker stocked, donatio-ie2,
needed throughout the year.'Donations cihie
any non-perishable foods such as canned goods
or boxed items. '. ;' '
During the holiday season, food ite-~.t'Ae.
packaged and distributed lnspecaliali&;
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.
Donations can be made at the NAS
Jax Commissary in the special bins
near the doors or at Building 1,
Room 242, weekdays from 8 a.m. to
4 p.m. For more information, call
542-3051.


TOUCHING Jax Air News Air News will be distributed Wednesday. All articles
A E to be distributed Wednesday and classified ads must be turned in to the Jax Air
News by Friday at noon. For more information, call
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday Nov. 23, the Jax 542-5588.
- ~, _....-. I IIIIr ll V i -, , Vr .- 1 i i ---


NNE








-2 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


Looking back in time . .




lit :


ta t
'. ,






,".:.

ON T I IO
.- "n- o e














..... -File photo.
The NAS -ax Air Operations building in 1945.






e,... Fgoe photo


I).


"Copyrighted Material


HEY MONEYMANI


Hey, MoneyMan!
I have a great girlfriend
and she wants to get mar-
ried. Now! One thing that
is holding me back is the
fact that she has a bad
credit history, from mis-
takes she made in her
past.
If I marry her, will this
go onto my credit report?
I've been very careful
about my finances and I
don't want to ruin my good
credit standing.
MoneyMan Sez:
Well, if she made finan-
cial mistakes in the past,
will she make even more
in the future?
Marrying your sweet-
heart would not mean that
you automatically take on
her bad credit rating. But
you will need to be careful
about future spending, big
purchases, and how you go
about applying for credit,
especially for big-ticket
items like a vehicle or a
home.
If you are planning to
buy a home in the near
future, it might be better
to apply for credit only in
your name.
If possible, I would keep
your accounts separate


your accounts.
How does she feel about
the importance of main-
taining good credit? There
is an excellent book on this
subject, Credit Scores &
Credit Reports: How the
System Really Works,
What You Can Do by Evan
Hendricks.
By the way, I believe
that marriage is great! I
was fortunate to have
found my soul mate over
38 years ago. However,
today one in two marriages
end in divorce and studies
show that financial dis-
agreement is one of the
leading causes.
A study done by Worth
magazine revealed that
couples fight about money
more than three times as
often as they fight about
their sex lives!
Fifty-seven percent of
those surveyed agreed
with this statement, "In
every marriage, money
eventually becomes the
most important concern."


and not authorize her to More questions? Call Hey
become a user on any of MoneyMan! at 778-0353.

5K Turkey Trot is tomorrow
The annual 5K Turkey Trot will be held tomorrow at
11:30 a.m. on the south side of Perimeter Road near
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.


Runners needed for story
The Jax Air News staff will be covering the January
*2007 Walt Disney Marathon and 1/2 Marathon Jan.
6-7. If you are a Sailor, Marine, Reservist,
Department of Defense civilian or family member partici-
pating in these events, contact the Jax Air News at 542-
4877 or 542-3531 or via email at jaxairnews@comcast.net.
"t .JIH4^L a& j.i~L s~ tK .. irar.A4. jhl. ~ j 'VI ......flTLS- V..-s is r J ;i~ti iiniiiiiii4WU^'"" a- E LS4 j...


Syndicated Content




Available from Commercial News Providers"


-AAT, Sa MLOR. .
TM 1 (SW) CHRISTIAN GARCIA
Job title/command:
7 ^. 1 NAS Jacksonville
Weapons Department

Hometown: Providence. R.I.

'Family Life: Married with two children.

.Past Duty Stations: USS George
Washington (CVN 73), NS Norfolk, Va., Naval
LSubmarine Facility, Groton Ct., USS Taylor
(FFG 50), NS Mayport

* Career Plans: To retire from the Navy at 20
years.

Most Interesting Experience: The birth
* of my first child.

Words of Wisdom: Stay Navy!


-.1 -' i


J)ET R VIL/RN
CHRISTINE BELL

Job title/command:
Registered Nurse, Naval
Hospital Jacksonville

Hometown: Jacksonville

Family Life: I'm a single mom with two
boys.

Past Duty Stations: Anderson Air Force
Base, Guam.

Career Plans: To retire in eight years and
travel. I plan to bicycle across America.

Most Interesting Experience: Living in
Athens. Greece, as a child and running
marathons in San Diego, Nashville,
Washington, D.C. and Pensacola.

Words of Wisdom: Happiness is not nec-
essarily who has the most, but who needs the
least.


SUNDAY SERVICES

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






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor MC1 (SW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JAX AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JAX 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 lIx AIR HiWm can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email JaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the JIAAIR NJIM Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JA1 AlB NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
ing advertisements should be directed to:
.axAir News

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







Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006 3


Jacksonville Jaguars


visit CNATTU Jax

By ATC(AW/SW)
John Wilson
CNATTU Jax PAO
T he Center for Naval
Aviation Technical
Training Unit -
(CNATTU) Jax recently
had some visitors from the 7
Jacksonville Jaguars stop
by to offer some motivation-
al speeches and sign auto-
graphs for the Sailors. The
visit included Jaguars
Maurice Williams, Stockar
McDougle, Nick Greisen "
and Tony McDaniel. ,.
The visit began with a Photos byATC(AW/SW) I
brief overview of the com- Jacksonville Jaguar Maurice Williams signs an autog
mand by CNATTU Jax ADAR Alberto Santiago during the Jaguar's recent vis
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Center of Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit.
James Daniels. After the the Sailors praise and One question
brief, each player received thanked them for serving describe a week in
a command coin and ball their country. of a National F
cap. The group then pro-
ceeded to the "Blue Room" ,
where students and staff 1- I .
were eagerly awaiting the *,."
arrival of the "Big Cats."
After several motivating' .4
speeches by Jaguars Nick
Greisen and Maurice "
Williams, a question and
answer session was held.. "
The players also praised

Navy hotline

to assist IA

families during :

deployments
ByMCSN
Katrina Parker
Navy Expeditionary Combat .
Command Public Affairs-J
he Expeditionary d,
Combat Readiness '
Command (ECRC) '-
headquartered at Amphibi- .
ous Base Little Creek, -Nll
Norfolk, Va., has established .,
a hotline for active-duty and 5 f L_ PP
reserve Sailor's families on .-"
Individual Augmentee (IA) '.
orders.
The toll-free phone num- ..-..
ber, 877-364-4302, provides
IA family members a way to
find the information or
resources they may need '
while their Sailors are
deployed.
The wife of an IA said she
feels the ECRC will benefit **
family members.
"When I read that ECRC
was created specifically to
meet the needs of IAs and .
their families, I thought,
'what a great idea,"' she said.
"It's reassuring just knowing
someone is there to help you
if you need it or point you in
the right direction."
The ECRC's hotline aims
to alleviate the stress IA
family members may experi- '
ence.
"We want to be that con-
duit where a family member
can contact us, and we can
get them in touch with the
group or organization that
can provide the support they
need," said Cmdr. Laura
Leigh Venable, ECRC's exec-
utive officer.
With the unique deploy-
ments Navy IA Sailors and -.'.; ,
their families may face, .
Venable said it is important *
for family members to know .-....
where they can go for help. ,
Unlike a ship or squadron
deployment, an IA may come
from an area without fleet
concentration. This could
make it difficult for their
families to find the resources '.
and information they need.
"The bottom line is, even
though the Navy is doing
new missions and in differ- '
ent ways than we've done it .
in the past by having IAs
from multiple commands,
the Navy is still going to care
for its family members the
way it always has," Venable
said. "The Navy is trying
very hard to take care of the
entire Sailor. The way to do
that is by letting the Sailor
know their families are going
to be cared for while they're


deployed."
The ECRC also plans to
establish a Web site designed
specifically for IAs and their
families.
"We don't want to miss one
of those family members,"
Venable said. "We want to
make sure they know that
even though their Sailor is
off, they still have that feel-
ing of belonging, and we will
continue to take care of our
family members."


7.1 From left, Jacksonville Jaguars players Stockar McDougle, Nick Greisen, Cmdr. J.V. Daniels,
ohn Wilson commanding officer of the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit, Tony McDaniel
raph for and Maurice Williams gather for a picture during the Jaguar's visit to the center recently.
sit to the League player. Each play- autographs and posed for quick tour of CNATTU Ja.
er gave a brief synopsis of some pictures with the This was the second time
was to each day of the week lead- Sailors. team members have visited
the life ing up to game day. The After meeting the Sailors, CNATTU. A previous visit
football Jaguars players also signed the Jaguars were given a was in June 2006.








4 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


Department of Defense


resumes mandatory


anthrax vaccinations


From the Department of Defense
he Department of Defense (DoD) will
resume mandatory anthrax inocula-
tions for service members and civil-
ians deploying to U.S. Central Command
and Korea. A small number of service
members assigned to homeland defense
units will also receive the shots.
"The six-shot series provides immunity
from a deadly disease that has been used
as a biological attack agent," said Dr.
William Winkenwerder, assistant secre-
tary of defense for health affairs.
David Chu, undersecretary of defense for
personnel and readiness, will issue
instructions to the services in the next two
months. The program will start soon after.
A court order halted mandatory vaccina-
tions in 2004. In 2005, the order was lifted,
and service members deploying to the area
or in special units could choose to receive
the vaccinations or not. Roughly 50 per-
cent of those deploying did opt for the
shots.
"The anthrax vaccine is safe; it is effec-
tive for all forms of anthrax spore expo-
sure," Winkenwerder continued. "Time and
again (this vaccine) has been looked at by
experts . and each time the conclusion is
the vaccine is safe and it is effective."
Winkenwerder said the anthrax threat is
still out there. "Our adversaries continue


to remind us that they are determined to
obtain nuclear, chemical and biological
weapons," he said. "We do not yet know
who perpetrated the attacks of October
2001." In that incident, letters filled with
anthrax spores killed five, sickened 17 and
contaminated the Hart Senate Office
Building so badly it was months before the
building was deemed safe.
"It's important to make the vaccination
program mandatory," Winkenwerder
added. "There is a signal sent if a program
is voluntary that perhaps it is just not that
important. Our actual view is that it is
very important. We believe it should be
mandatory, because we want to protect
every person to the maximum degree pos-
sible who might be a target."
While the program is mandatory for
those deploying to threat areas, the pro-
gram will be voluntary for service mem-
bers and civilians who started their vac-
cine series but had to stop because of the
judge's order. "If they wish to continue
with their vaccine series, we will make it
available," Winkenwerder said.
Research continues on the anthrax vac-
cine. Winkenwerder said DoD is looking at
studies conducted with the Centers for
Disease Control that may allow the depart-
ment to reduce the number of shots from
six to five or even four. "We don't have
FDA concurrence or approval for that yet,"
he said.


Navy Ophthalmic Command


offers new eyeglass

By Larry Coffey The Frames of Choice
Navy Medicine Support Command program is not new to the
Public Affairs Navy. The original program
began in 1996 and also
he Naval Ophthalmic offered six styles. Two of
Support and the original six styles will
Training Command still be available under the
(NOSTRA) introduced its roll out, expanding the total
latest Frames of Choice to eight.
program, offering an addi- Before 1996, there were
tional six new choices for no choices in Navy eye-
active duty Navy, Marine glasses, Newton explained.
Corps and Coast Guard Active duty personnel
personnel Nov. 1. choices were to wear the
"Frames of choice are boot camp issued pair'or
civilian-style frames offered pay out of pocket for eye
to active-duty military glasses purchased at civil-
members," said Cmdr. ian shops. Operationally
Matthew Newton, NOSTRA required eyeglasses were
executive officer. available for personnel
The new frames will be serving in some operational
rolled out incrementally positions, suchas as aboard
with availability depending submarines or in a flight-
on the service member's crew status and remain
location. Military retirees, available.
regardless of rank, are not The Frames of Choice
eligible for the new frames program began ts in part
when advertisements in the
under this program. early 1990s poked fun of
NOSTRA, located at the service members wearing
Yorktown Naval Weapons the standard military issue
Station in Virginia, is one frames, known affectionate-
of 24 labs in the Optical ly as "BCGs," or birth con-
Fabrication Enterprise trol glasses.
(OFE) that fabricate eye- "It became a quality-of-
wear for all eligible person- life issue," Newton said.
nel. The OFE also includes "The advertisements made
eight Army fabrication that very clear. After this,
labs. As the Department of the Department of the
Defense's tertiary fabrica- Navy medical department
tion site, NOSTRA has the started the process of devel-
people and equipment. oping a program .to begin
needed to fabricate the offering choice of frames to
most complex prescriptions active-duty personnel."
filled in the military. And, Newton said active duty
NOSTRA is the training service members who have
site for Navy and Army not been issued a frame of
personnel training to choice during the past year
become laboratory and clin- from a military fabrication
ical opticians through the lab are eligible to order new
Tri-Service Optician frames of choice eyeglasses,
School. even though they may be

sLIONEL
-SALES e SERVICE
HOBBY WORLD
7273 103rd St. Jax 772-9022
175 Blanding Blvd. OP 272-6315
www.hobbyworld.biz





Your REALTOR
with Integrity

iods rn RI~/ RW O 2"
lebrating 40 as
David Butler
USN-Ret. What a Great Place to Call Home
12678 Stallion Court
This immaculate 3BR 2BA Mandarin pool home features a
kitchen with a breakfast room, a family room with a brick
frplc, a large master suite, a screened porch overlooking the
sparkling pool & spacious backyard, an oversized two car
C garage plus brand new roof and paint.
MLS#: 331503
$260,000
Phone Number: (904) 716-7863
Toll Free: 1-866-643-5800 2
Email: David@DavidSellsJax.com


frames


wearing military-issued eye
glasses or glasses that were
purchased from a civilian
store. All that is required is
a current eye exam that is
less than two years old.
"Current guidelines are
that personnel can have
one frame of choice per
year," Newton said. "If dur-
ing that year they damage
or lose their eyeglasses,
they can request another
pair. If their eyesight
changes to the point they
need a new prescription,
they can also get an addi-
tional frame of choice. And,
we do not require they send
in the old frames."
Active duty personnel or
Reservists/Guardsmen
serving on active duty more
than 30 days may get
frames of their choice by
visiting their local optome-
try clinic or ordering on line
at the Naval Ophthalmic
Support and Training
Activity Web site,
http://nostra.norfolk.navy.
mil/sending.cfm. A new
Web site will be up by Nov.
30, http://nostra.norfolk.
navy.mil. An order form
(DD771) and instructions
on how to complete the
form are at the Web sites.


/


Photo courtesy of VS-22
Four S-3B Viking aircraft line the ramp at NAS Key West during a recent training detachment.


VS-22 travels to Key West


for weapons detachment


By UL Michael Huntsman
VS-22 PAO
The "Checkmates" of VS-22 recently
traveled to NAS Key West, Fla. for a
nine-day detachment for weapons
and aircrew proficiency training. The
squadron took four S-3B Viking aircraft
and 111 officers and enlisted personnel
down on the detachment. While there, VS-
22 flew 46 sorties and 84 flight hours.
During the detachment, aircrew gained
proficiency in the tactical employment of
simulated MK-80 series high and low-drag
inert bombs.
Checkmate aircraft dropped 166 MK-76s
and 66 BDU-48s on the Avon Park Air


Force Range and Warning Area 174.
Aircrew also gained proficiency in anti-
submarine warfare, working with SH-
60B/F aircraft from the Seahawk Weapons
School at the Atlantic Undersea Test and
Evaluation Center Range.
VS-22 aircraft employed four exercise
torpedoes during coordinated attacks on
an expendable mobile acoustic training
target.
As a squadron, the Checkmates found
diversions of many sorts after working
hours.
Activities included weekend fishing and
diving trips, sightseeing, shopping, fine
dining, and sunset walks on the beach.


Emeril to visit NAS Jacksonville
By Staff
Renowned culinary genius and national television personality, Emeril Lagassi is
coming to NAS Jacksonville to visit with Sailors and promote his newest book,
"Emeril's There's a Chef in my World."
Lagassi will also get a chance to tour the base and learn about the Navy while he is
here. The book signing will be held at the Navy Exchange (NEX), Nov. 29 from noon to
2 p.m. The NEX will have Lagassi's newest book as well as his other 11 titles avail-
able for signing.


VITA policy and program guidance


Tax season is

almost here!
From the office of the
Vice Chief of Naval
Operations
During the 2006 tax
season, volunteers
with the Volunteer
Income Tax Assistance/
Electronic Tax Filing
(VITA/ELF) program filed
more than 80,000 federal
and state tax returns, sav-
ing service members and
dependants more than
8,900,000 dollars in com-
mercial tax preparation
fees. Based on the resound-
ing success of VITA/ELF in
past years, we will once
again fully implement the
program for the 2007 tax
season.
The VITA/ELF program
is a proven winner that
improves morale and readi-
ness and also keeps money
in Sailors' pockets by signif-


Let Us Hell) You

Put Your

CASH

to Work.


- UON3H
CFRTIFICATE


4.75% APY
$500 minimum


5.10 %APYe
$500 minimum


4.80% APY 5.15%APY
$100,000 minimum $100,000 minimum
*Annual Percentage Yields (APYsl shown are effective as of October 26, 2006, and are subject to change, There is a substantial penalty for early
withdrawal from certificates. VyStar is insured by the National Credit Union Administration.


NAS JAX Building #39
(904) 777-6000 www.vystarcu.org

S ^ Serving all residents of
i* Northeast Florida.


WenVyStar
SCredit Union
We never forget that it's your money.


IRE ST


icantly reducing the effort
and cost involved in meet-
ing federal and state obli-
gations.
Some of the benefits of
the VITA/ELF Program
are:
-There are no preparation
fees. Commercial tax pre-
parers may charge more
than $140 for the average
electronically filed tax
return. VITA/ELF volun-
teers prepare and file the
same returns at no cost to
Sailors and dependants.
-There are faster refunds.
Paper returns may take
eight or more weeks to


process in the Continental
United States and even
longer if submitted from
overseas or while deployed.
By using VITA/ELF,
refunds are deposited
directly into a Sailor's bank
account in an average of
two weeks from the date of
the transmission, even
from overseas and afloat
commands. These rapid
refunds greatly reduce the
need for refund anticipa-
tion loans (short-term loans
with added charges and
high interest rates).

See VITA, RPage 17


I 3-Private 1/2 Hours

Sn~_2-Group Hours

S "." ,, 1-Dance Party
Single or Couple

S$490-00

772-8330
SNew Adults Only
S .. UNIVERSAL BALLROOM
5655 Timuquana Rd.
Chef Ca d Jax, FL 32210





Chef Carved Featured Items


Carved Roast Beef with Hot Au Jus & Horseradish Sauce
Carved Turkey with Cranberry Relish
Virginia Cured Ham with Amaretto Cherry Sauce
SB.ourbon .%wect potatoes souffle with marshmallow topping
,. Herb bread stuffing
-oo Sweet creamed corn o'brien
A ,' L Fresh catch of the day
f sGarlic whipped potatoes
r 1'A F'Burgundy mushroom gravy
I Green bean almandine
Baked squash casserole
SWild rice
Fresh vegetable medley
Turkey Fricassee
')Seared sirloin beef tips with rosemary in Madeira sauce
Hohldat\ hlie chocolate bread pudding Apple Crisp
Includes salad bar with all the trimmings
"k Huge array of sinful desserts
./Mo)ntage of imported and domestic cheese, fresh fruits,
a assorted breads, muffin and rolls and more!
Thursday, November 23rd 11:00am to 6:00pm
p Adults $25.95 Children $10.95 Under 3 Eat Free
i y j Call for Reservations 268-8080
Inside The Ramada Inn Conference Center
SL R A N T 1-295 & San Jose Blvd R,133


DIVORCE?

Less $ and Quicker Results!l

Se, Habla Espahol
www.Jaxmediator.com or

.(904) 564-10,00
R134276


'


I


5s








Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006 5


FRCSE wins maintenance excellence award


By Judy Hartman
FRCSE Public Affairs Specialist
he F404 Perform-
ance Base Logistics
(PBL) team from
Fleet Readiness Center,
Southeast (FRCSE) has
won the Joint Depot
Maintenance Excellence
Team Award presented by
the Joint Depot Mainten-
ance Activities Group on
behalf of the Joint Group-
Depot Maintenance (JG-
DM) at the annual Depart-
ment of Defense Mainte-
nance Symposium in Reno,
Nev.
Individuals on the F404
PBL Team included Alicia
Cedillo, Donald Warner,
Wesley Johnson, Cecilee
Hall, James Borgmeier,
Neil Williams and John
Crumply.
This new award, created
on behalf of the JG-DM,
recognizes contributions to
further depot maintenance
support to the nation's
weapon systems and
acknowledges outstanding
individual and team con-
tributions to the joint
depot maintenance com-
munity.
The F404 PBL team dis-
tinguished itself through
outstanding performance
in the implementation of
the F404 PBL Engine
Maintenance program.


Photo courtesy of FRCSE
(From left) Rear Adm. Michael Hardee, Chair of the Joint Group on Depot Maintenance and
Commander for Fleet Readiness Centers, Naval Air Forces, Don Brown, John Crumpley, Alicia
Cedillo and Neil Williams of the F404 Performance Base Logistics team, at the Department of
Defense Maintenance Symposium.


The team re-engineered
the material supply/main-
tenance chain resulting in
a significant savings of
$79M total ownership
costs. The reengineered
supply support and repair


production processes have
been exported to other
depot component repair
programs.
The maintenance pro-
gram for the F404 engine,
which powers the F/A-18


Hornet, has historically
presented significant
availability challenges to
the warfighter and the
naval logistics community.
The solution was to create
a public-private partner-


ship between industry and
maintainers for the repair
and overhaul of 38 major
engine components.
Industry provides the
program management,
replacement parts, fore-
casting, warehousing,
transportation and tech-
nology insertion. The
maintainers provide the
skilled artisan labor, facil-
ities, and equipment.
This is an example of
leveraging and integrating
commercial and govern-
ment best practices. The
F404 PBL team's contract
delivers improved logistics
support by restructuring
the way F404 engine com-
ponents are acquired,
overhauled and main-
tained.
During the first two
years of the F404 PBL per-
formance, all required con-
tractual performance met-
rics were exceeded.
FRCSE delivered 99 per-
cent first pass material
availability on all fleet
requisitions, up from 43
percent.
Fleet backorders were
reduced by 100 percent,
from 718 to 0O High priori-
ty (issue group one) backo-
rders were reduced by 100
percent, from 436 to 0, all
of which substantially
reduced work in process to
ensure the right products


at the right cost at the
right time are delivered.
The F404 Aircraft
Engine PBL team deliv-
ered improved Navy
warfighter support by uti-
lizing innovative logistic,
maintenance and acquisi-
tion strategies.
The process analysis and
reinvention efforts result-
ed in a fixed price agree-
ment that delivers an
inclusive supply chain
solution for support of
Navy F404 engine compo-
* nents, increased fleet
material availability and
reduced cost to the Navy.
The F404 maintainers
require an uninterrupted
supply of reliable and eco-
nomically priced engine
components.
The efforts of the F404
team delivered availability
by reducing repair turn
around time from 120 to
47 days. The F404 PBL
team established the con-
tract to deliver component
support to the F404 com-
munity and reduced fleet
total ownership cost by
$79 million or 13.8 percent
during the initial term of
the contract.
SThe PBL contract har-
nessed the single integra-
tor approach to the many
tasks supporting compo-
nent repair at FRCSE.


N.ain~iB






6 Jx Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16,2006


Raising money for CFC


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
CE1 (SCW) Clifford Fletcher of Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station (NCTS) Jax suds up a vehicle during a
car wash to raise money for the annual Combined Federal Campaign Fund Drive at the car wash area on Mustin Road
Nov. 9. NCTS teamed up with the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department during the car wash and raised
nearly $300 for their efforts.


IT1 (SW) Todd Frederick
of Naval Computer and
Telecommunications
Station Jax, hoses down
a vehicle before it's
washed at the car wash
Nov. 9.


YN2(AW) Shanique Howard of Naval Computer and Telecom-
munications Station Jax puts a shine on some tires during the car
wash.





S5.75/day with military W 10Q%:t,;
gLugage assistice Free beverage, neape -
S,*" '"'" &*B ard"pec"i '"
;'
| ,a _. --


Ff'INSUiPP'


~B~hl~ i: ;.~'E~,~,:j$~8~6~-~1~~~-Y~~-ll-~lp* __


h omedepot.com/gov 1-877-610-6912 hdsupply.com/g'ov







JaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006 7


Procedures in place



to prevent identity



theft among voters


From Commander,
Navy Installations
Command Public Affairs
A s of the 2006 election season, per-
sonal information of service mem-
bers voting absentee no longer
appeared on the outside of envelopes,
helping to prevent possible improper use
of that information for those members
who use regular mail to vote.
Previously, the Federal Write-In
Absentee Ballot (FWAB), also known as
Standard Form 186, included the
Declaration/Affirmation information on
the outside of the envelopes. But, after
the 2004 election, the Federal Voting
Assistance Program (FVAP) revised the
FWAB. Included in this revision was
eliminating personal information from
the outside of the ballot return envelope
by providing a separate
Declaration/Affirmation page.
"The right to privacy is just as impor-
tant as the right to vote, and we're work-
ing to make sure you don't have to sacri-
fice one for the other," said Lt. David
Truman, Navy voting action officer.
The Declaration/Affirmation page and
the sealed security envelope with the
voted ballot are now placed in the mail-
ing envelope and are not visible during
postal transit. This revised FWAB was
coordinated with the 50 states, four terri-
tories and the District of Columbia's
chief election officials and implemented
in October 2005.
The Navy voting system issued fewer
than 200 forms this year, mainly to
deployed units that .have little or no
Internet connectivity. The Navy has


encouraged and promoted the use of the
online and electronic versions of the
FWAB. The online version is available at
www.fvap.gov.
The electronic version has been distrib-
uted to all Navy voting assistance offi-
cers (VAOs) via the Navy Voting Tool
Box CD-ROM, as well as www.fvap.gov.
The VAOs are advised in workshop
training that if they use a previous ver-
sion of the form, they should place the
ballot return envelope containing their
personal information with their voted
ballot in another envelope and mail it to
their election official.
FVAP created a pre-paid mailing label
that could be used for this purpose and
also with the on-line version of the
Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot. This
label is also included in the Tool Box CD-
ROM.
FVAP recognized the possible security
concern prior to the 2004 presidential
election. In the September 2004 Voting
Information News, FVAP told anyone
using the FWAB that for personal securi-
ty, you may choose not to fill-in items 1.c,
1.d, and 1.e on the back of the FWAB
transmittal envelope. However, if the
state requires these items, you may
write this information on a separate
sheet of paper and place it inside the
transmittal envelope (not the security
envelope).
After the 2004 presidential election,
the FVAP immediately began the revi-
sion process, which- resulted in the new
version of the FWAB. The Navy included
this Voting Information News with all
Tool Box CD-ROMs.


Salvation Army needs your help


ByMCI(SW/AW)
Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor
Giving back to families
in need of assistance
is always a good rea-
son for the season. The
Salvation Army of Clay
County is gearing up the
2006 holiday season by kick-
ing off their annual Red
Kettle Bell Ringing Cam-
paign at their new building
Saturday at 10 a.m.
There will be music and
entertainment, games for
children, coffee, doughnuts
and tours of the facility, but
the main reason for the
gathering is to recruit vol-
unteers to donate a little of
their time to help gather
monetary assistance at
numerous bell ringing loca-
tions throughout Clay
County.
"With so much going on
in today's world, we just
want our community to
know that the Salvation
Army is still here and still
doing great things for the
people. We really need
help, though. There are so
many families in Clay
County that need assis-
tance this holiday season,"
stated Salvation Army
Corps Officer Maj. Alan,
Phillips.
Phillips and his wife,
Cheryl, who is also a corps
officer, work together each
season to provide all the
help they can to the fami-
lies of Clay County.
"The military has always
pulled through as a power-
house organization when it
comes to volunteering for


r .o
and*
UNITED


File photo
AC2 William Eskandari (left)
and AC3 Roberto Meneses of
Fleet Area Control and Sur-
veillance Facility Jacksonville,
ring the Salvation Army bell
at the entrance of the Orange
Park Mall in December 2004.
Volunteers are needed again
this year to help out the
Salvation Army. To sign up,
call 276-6677.
us. We truly appreciate all
that they have done for the
Salvation Army in the past
and once again, we are
encouraging them to sign
up and help again this
year," he added.
The "miracle" of Christ-
mas is repeated over and
over again through the joy
of caring and sharing. The
traditional red kettle is an
integral part of the
Christmas scene, with mil-
lions of dollars donated
each year to aid needy fam-
ilies, seniors, and the
homeless. Donations will

HOBBY WORLD
You'll like our selection.
Your wallet will like our
7273 103rd St. Jax 772-9022
175 Blanding Blvd. OP 272-6315


provide Christmas dinners,
clothing, and toys for fami-
lies in need. Financial
assistance also helps with
basic necessities, along
with seasonal aid.
Volunteers distribute gifts
to hospitals and nursing
homes, and shelters are
open for sit-down dinners.
The Salvation Army
endeavors to bring spiritual
light and love to those it
serves at Christmas so that
the real meaning of the sea-
son is not forgotten. Many
families receive aid over a
period of months after the
Christmas season as well,
people struggling with diffi-
cult family, emotional, or
employment problems.
Since the late 1800's, the
Salvation Army has been
known for the familiar
sound of bells ringing next
to the red kettles.
Volunteers are desperately
needed to be bell ringers
during this holiday season.
Bell ringers are needed for
two-hour shifts. Full-day
group blocks are available.
For. more information, call
Connie Wagner at 276-6677
or email john.doe@salva-
tionarmy.com.
The Salvation Army is
located at 2795 County
Road 220, one mile west of
College Drive. Come enjoy
the fun and see first hand
how the Salvation Army
supports your community.


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Excellence


By Chaplain
(t .) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
The information comes
from one of many
divorce courts in the
country. It is the story of a
psychoanalyst who wanted
to create the perfect wife.
He wanted to mold her
mind and guide every
action to make her the per-
fect wife. During the
divorce proceedings the
doctor testified that the
"perfect" wife refused to
wash the dishes. She
wouldn't sweep the house
and he often had to baby
sit.
The wife countercharged
that he was not so perfect a
husband either. She com-
plained that while he
earned $150,000 per year,
he only gave her $10 per.
day for personal spending.
That's what happened to
the marriage of the psycho-
analyst and the perfect wife
that he desired to create....
And, oh by the way, the
doctor had made a critical.
mistake at the inception of
his great experiment. He
admitted that he had failed
to start by psychoanalyzing
himself.
Indeed! The doctor real-
ized that any effort in ana-
lyzing others must always
begin with a close analysis
of the self. But the million-
dollar question is: What is
our standard of measure-
ment? To what do we com-
pare ourselves in making
sure that we are being
objective and accurate?
As you may have gath-
ered from this article's title,
the topic is "excellence."
This is not an easy topic for
me to write about because
excellence is closely related
to perfection and I'm not a


Chaplain (L
subject mat
"perfection."
you've notice
perfect. If1
was perfect
with my wi:
She will be
the error of y
I chose 1
"excellence'
convinced thE
there exist

desire for
Whether we
believe in
there! Optin
pessimists
inner drive t
the optimist
optimal air]
simist will ir
fect" parachu
excellence
quality. Be
ever, that v
the inner (
strive for e
reach out fol
true, noble,
admirable a
Excellence
there is an
dard that lieE
Where do
come from?
comes from
human bei]
created. T
intuitive in


personified

that it is a godly trait
implanted in each of us and
we can spend an entire life-
time striving for and dev'el-
oping excellence.
How can we develop
excellence? Think, speyk
and act in ways that a re
consistent with a person of
integrity. A good placeto
start is The Golden Rule,
"treat others as you would
S . like them to treat you."
Another natural pointsof
reference is the time-tested
core values of honor,
courage and cornmitmet.
t.) Joe Molina Think honorably. Speik
ter expert on with the courage of your
I don't know if convictions and act in sifch
ad, but I'm not a way as to express yohr
you thought I commitment to the right
please speak values. What is its pur-
fe some time. pose? Its purpose is none
glad to explain other than to bring out the
our ways. very best that we have to
this topic of offer the people around us,
" because I'm be it at home with family or
at in each of us in our chosen profession.
ts an innate Its purpose is to self actual-
excellence. ize our potential and glorify
like it or not or God through self-develop-
it or not, it's ment and service.
aists as well as Achieving this purpose
share in this requires a fresh and spon-
to excel. While taneous spirit in us.
will invent the Abraham Maslow, famous
plane the pes- behavioral psychologist,
invent the "per- expressed it in this fashion:
ite. For many, "The creativeness of self-
is a dormant actualizers is like that of
assured, how- unspoiled children."
we all possess Where does it lead us?
conditions to The road towards excel-
xcellence and lence is sprinkled with dia-
r that which is monds. The pay-off comes
right, lovely, as we acknowledge our
nd... excellent. ability to choose freely and
implies that thereby bring about posi-
absolute stan- tive changes in our lives.
s beyond us. So . ."Whatever is true,
es this desire noble, right, pure, lovely .
I believe it admirable if anything is
our design as excellent and praiseworthy
ngs, uniquely think about such things."
'his desire is (Holy Bible, Epistle to the
us. I believe Ephesians 4:8).


Chapel offers CREDO retreats


From Staff
T he Spiritual Fitness
Division Southeast
offers a variety of
spiritual retreats for any-
one holding a Department
of Defense ID card who is
over the age of 18. All
transportation, program-
ming, lodging and meals
are free. Retreats are held
at the Sea Retreat Center
in St. Simons Island, Ga.
Registration is on a first
come, first serve basis by
calling 270-6958. The fol-
lowing retreats are coming
up:
Marriage Enrichment
-Dec. 1-3, Feb. 9-11 and
March 23-25
Married couples desiring
to take .their marriage to
the next level or simply
enjoy being with one anoth-
er may participate in a 48-
hour retreat. Participants
must be married.
Couples must provide their
own transportation.

LIFE through
CANCE prevention &
RESEARCH control.
CNR www.amc.org


We Proudly Honor Per Diem Rates and Offer
the Following Excellent Amenities:*
* Free Extensive Hot Deluxe Breakfast
* Free Guest Reception Monday-Thursday with Beverages and delicious Food
Free High Speed Wireless Internet Access and 24 Hour Businesss Center
* Free In Room Refrigerator/Microwave
* Free Local Calls and USA Today Newspaper
* Free 24 Hour Cookies, Fruit and Cappuccino
Sparkling Outdoor Pool, On Site Exercise Room and Free Pass to Offsite Gym
"We look forward to being of service to you,
family and friends!"
Conveniently Located Near NAS Jax
5945 Youngerman Circle East (Blanding at 1-295) Jacksonville, FL 32244

Phon:_80_45_400_or904772-771


Personal Growth Retreat
- March 8-11
Come and experience the


Do you need to defrag?
Then come to this 72-hour
retreat.


PERMANENTLY & LEGALLY REMOVE:


* Foreclosure

* Collections

* Charge-Offs


* Bankruptcy

* Late-Payments

* Liens & Judgments


DON'T WAIT, DO IT TODAY!

FREE CREDIT REPORT

AND NO-RISK CREDIT CONSULTATION


904-276-6537

DRCREDITREPAIR.NET DORR
R132606 USAINC




ZB ^ Opportunity may be closer than you
S think. In fact, at Troy University, it's
right in your neighborhood. Our
campuses, located close to where you
live and work, offer flexible class
schedules so you can pursue your
education on your terms. The
Jacksonville Site offers the following
on-site graduate programs at $750
per course.
M.S. In Management
M.S. in Human Resources
Management
Master of Public Administration
Our online courses also offer a


UNIVERSITY
.A figure ofopportunities.
CAMPUS
888-FLA-TROY
troy.edu
m m rrlxm -',m m mm m


full array of graduate and
undergraduate programs. TROY has
been recognized in U.S. News &
World Report, The Princeton
Review, geteducatedxom and
Money Magazine. But what
makes TROY such an ideal choice
for you is how conveniently we fit
your life. This year, continue your
education and create your own
opportunity right here in
Jacksonville where you need us,
when you need us. Apply online or
call today.







8 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


_

-_ ,.. a-. .


b1


,"
'7


s-il--n-."
IAI -


I 61


I






44 ~
-~
*1 ii
/ -~-


~
%.. :-'-~
r~P-4


la'Terra Robinson of the Ribault HighS*hJol1 CI
shortly before the Veterans Day Parade. ,
S'*' .: ^ y...:-? .


,the national anthem
I.' ..
'p.^'"ih


Members <
parade.


arches past the reviewing star


i

S --


| ,*


.'a at
2 g ,.


Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark
des by the reviewing stand in a classic


Sailors from NS Mayport wave'fo to" cio


e on one of the floats.




minors


those wfc fIiII served
*e ... *if to Aiii
By Kaylee LaRocque i Military Affairs for the City of
[.31ft i'r,ter cCarthy.
ld each year to honor the great serv- ?iIim, i
Thousands of area residents and tourists'lied ;1be :-;6'of Ier44Xpast and present and to acknowledge
streets in downtown Jacksonville Stu y yer done throughout the many decades."
dre-ssed in red, white and blue to.hono b.ho6e wh.. revakeId % Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
have served and who are currently serving In bi' aaime-);:, o 'pily saluted the units parading past
forces during the annual '' the reviewing stand.
Veterans Day Parade. The ' .' Veterans Day celebrations
event kicked off at 1 1:01 a.m. are held all over the world each
as members of the Jacksonville .year on Nov. 11 in commemora-
Sheriffs Office Motorcycle Unit tion of when an armistice or
cleared the streets. Leading the temporary cessation of hostili-
procession was Jacksonville ties between the allied nations
Mayor John Pevton and several .and Germany went into effect
grand marshals. Nov. 11. 1918, during World Grand
The parade featured thou- ,. Nov. I. ,
sands of participants including .In November 1919, President happily
,' nSaturday
local military units, veteran's. oodrow Wilson proclaimed
organizations. high school Nov. 11 as the first commemo-
marching bands. motorcycle tion of Armistice Day with
units, a corvette club and vari- e following words: "To us in
ous other civic members who -merica. the reflections of ,
proudly celebrated the annual rmistice Day will be filled
event. As each unit strode past ith solemn pride i the hero-
the official viewing area. they /m of those who died in the
acknowledged the dicmntaries tr .s service and with grat-
and special invited guests with heroes for the victory, both
performances or the command 'e of the thing from which
of "eve's right." MAlan\ threw out .. freed us and because of
candy as children scrambled to 0.portunity it has given
collect the goodies. '"a to show her sympathy
A strong support of patriot- -eace and justice in the
ism was evident as young and .t is of the nations..."
old alike watched and cheered ACongressional Act (52 Stat.
waving American flaR; as each 3 5'U. S. Code, See. 87a)
of the units passed bv. si gnedby the. president Ma
,' A group of SailorsfProNS`May'-1ort at.atiw.gne- b p e
Veterans from all branrch,-- ot 1938 made the 11th of
the parade with their inflatable Ule am'slat, S. ad Navy div
the military poudl, w.,u,'e their ,. -. ber in each ,ear a legal
uniforms, many reminiscing with strangers about their holidar;- a di.",oito the cause of world DvLo
service to their countcv. peace lind to b ethereated and known as
e are here today to make sure that the veterans "Armistice Davy ;.?i-- officially changed to
who have served this country so wonderfuUy are hon-'.V Wterans Day-iuhe i, i s all American veter-
ored and made t to feel the great heroes that they are: ans ofalwarw.. ,- :.


leads the procession
ay.


WLUWusM j


Marshal.
rides I



,. .* ;
^^aaE


'ers from the Southeast I
kicker wave to the croi
'ille for the annual Veteri


"C. '~
.. . .


& 4


C-"


* .1~


I -fl l


-'v-I


-C
Ill-s
It


tits


Jac


ii


'It I'I


--,--I *,. ', Wl IA


le -,. 41L..







Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


-JA


7mrw-,7- --- (. O2-i




:'ANPO~R FLORtIDA


USS John F. Kennedy crewmembers wait to pass ; in front of tie reiewi.ng
.. .. ... ; .,..... ,,- i.


by Kaylee


e photos, see P1


'-'V


Blount Island Command Comr
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson pr<
they pass the reviewing stand.


NAS lax Commanding
Veterans Day Parade as


I44


(I1


NAM-
-4 -. -..


I 4 ,:;, 1


The flag team from Slanton High Sch-Ol .I' offteui, a pa reviewing
stand. ,;

K.. 4.*%....2:Jt -


Skip Bressler, dressed as Uncle !
Parade in downtown Jacksonville S


-- -r '.~
-, ..-1
4W~'. ---*'- '.r I
K
-
~C~sts '~Z. -, -


Veterans Day


r..


- -W


i


The NS Mayport Honor


Si* /


- a ,e


I.',





%1-


I *
'4
1)-'


*S-


I~~l:


I


.67.-


- 40


^
J ..J


7 w


~A~~


,






10 lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


'Blue to Green' allows


Sailors, Airmen


to transfer

,Byfim Garamone
'American Forces Press Service
A s the Air Force and Navy continue
to transform themselves, the two
services are finding they do not need
'the number of people they once did. But
thanks to a program called "Operation
;Blue to Green," Sailors and Airmen chosen
for separation can transfer to the Army
and remain on active duty.
The two "blue" services are scrubbing
their officer and enlisted ranks and elimi-
nating jobs.
The Air Force, for example, will draw
-down by 40,000 jobs in the next few years.
'These are highly qualified and motivated
,people," said Army Lt. Col. Deborah
'Stewart, the chief of officer accessions poli-
cy at the directorate of manpower and per-
,sonnel management at the Pentagon. "The
Blue to Green program allows them to con-
tinue to serve."
I: The program allows qualified Airmen
and Sailors to transfer to the Army. This
year, there is a $10,000 bonus for those
accepted into the program.
Enlisted personnel in grades El to E5
retain their ranks and time in grade when
they transfer. Officers retain their rank
and date of rank.
All who transfer go through the Army's
Warrior Transition Course a four-week
course to show the Airmen and Sailors how
the Army does things. "If those who wish
to transfer have specialty codes that trans-
late to Army jobs, then they do not need to


to Army
retrain," Stewart said. "An MP is an MP,
whether Army or Air Force."
Other career fields that transfer easily
are military intelligence, administration,
supply and transportation. "The majority
of the jobs that are open are in combat
support, combat service support special-
ties," she continued.
In fiscal 2006, 172 Airmen and Sailors
transferred into the Army 152 from the
Air Force and 52 from the Navy, according
to officials at the Army Human Resources
Command. The goal was 200. Air Force
officials said the program has a pretty
good jump start for fiscal 2007.
"To date, we've have 69 enlisted (mem-
bers) apply 25 approved, 44 pending,"
said Air Force Lt. Col. Jimmy Standridge,
chief of the separations branch at the Air
Force Personnel Center, Randolph Air
Force Base, Texas. "On the officer side, we
have 84 applications 63 approved and 21
still pending."
The Army cannot say what the goal for
fiscal 2007 is yet. That depends on Air
Force "force-shaping" boards that will
determine how many positions will be cut
from the service's rolls. The officer board
will be held in March, and while it's not
expected to be as large as previous boards,
it will still identify a number of people for
separation. Standridge said those people
will be offered the Blue to Green option.
For more information on Operation Blue
to Green, visit www.goarmy.com/
btg/index.jsp.


'Lt. Dan'

at

Central

Command


Lt. Corey Schultz of the
Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Public Affairs Office,
meets with actor Gary Sinise, aka
"Lt. Dan," at U.S. Central
Command Public Affairs Office in
Tampa. Schultz, a Navy reservist
currently on annual training, will
be escorting media representatives
to Baghdad and Fallujah, Iraq for a
10-day embed.


CIVIC APPRECIATION

DAYS


Thursday, Nov. 16
thru Saturday, Nov. 18


on all purchases, including

regular-priced items.
*See pass for exclusions.


Dear Government/Education/Military/Healthcare Employee:

You work every day to give the citizens of our community the very best you have to offer.
You touch people's lives by making our community a better place to live. It's hard work, and
your efforts haven't gone unnoticed.
We'd like to recognize your contribution to the community with a special day of great savings!
From Thursday, November 16 thru Saturday, November 18, you can SAVE AN EXTRA
20% OFF' almost everything in the store, including REGULAR-PRICED merchandise.
Save on great gifts for you and your entire family. You may use this discount on the very best
we have to offer: high-quality apparel, accessories, shoes and more. Just bring in your
Professional I.D. badge or this letter to receive your discount.
We know the holidays can be hectic and hope that these special savings help make your gift
shopping a little easier. It's our way of saying thank you for the job you do!

Warm Regards,
^D .


Stock up on gifts for the holidays and earn

double points
when you use your
Parisian credit card.


Photo courtesy of Lt. Corey Schultz


Positive physical changes


when you stop smoking


From The Naval
Hospital Wellness
Center
T wenty minutes af-
ter last tobacco
use:
Blood pressure drops to
normal
Pulse rate drops to nor-
mal
* Temperature of hands
and feet return to normal
Eight hours:
Carbon monoxide level
in blood returns to normal
Oxygen level in blood
increases to normal
Twenty-four hours:
Risk of heart attack
decreases
Forty-eight hours:
Nerve endings start re-
growing
Ability to smell and to
taste increases
Seventy-two hours:
Bronchial tubes relax,
making breathing easier
Lung capacity increases
One to nine months:
Coughing, sinus conges-
tion, fatigue, shortness of
breath, decrease
Cilia reactivate in
lungs, increasing ability to
handle mucus, clear the
lungs, reduce infection
Five years:
The risk for lung cancer
decreases from 137 per
100,000 people to 72 per


100,000
Ten years:
Lung cancer death rate
for the average smoker
drops to 12 deaths per
100,000-almost the rate of
non-smokers
Pre-cancerous cells are


replaced
The risk for other can-
cers such as those of the
mouth, larynx, esophagus,
bladder, kidney, and pan-
creas decrease
For more information, con-
tact the wellness center at 542-
5292, ext. 18.


Tar from only 10
cigarettes!
.-

*-..
) t f 4)


Tobacco tar that is in your lungs right now
from smoking a half pack of cigarettes daily for
one year.

It doesn't matter what brand of cigarettes
Quit today and lively Call 542-5292 for details.







Ja Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006 11


Building bears
1. on 7 3_:* 7


Photos courtesy of the Youth Activities Center
Six-year-old Peyton Champagne and Austin Cornell decorate
their bear houses during a field trip to participate in a Build-
A-Bear Workshop Nov. 3. Twenty children from the NAS Jax
Youth Activities Center picked out a bear, gave it a heart,
washed it, named it and dressed it. Each child received a spe-
cial purple heart for their bear which donated $1 to the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Some made their bears for
themselves or a friend, but most of the kids dressed their
bears in military attire and planned to send them to their
mom or dad overseas.






Eight-year-old .
Raven Jackson of
the NAS Jax Youth
Activities Center,
washes and brush-4'
es her bear before
dressing it during
the Build-a-Bear
Workshop Nov. 3. "l


Un-


~ Eg~e~~Fimt-omt. A ~~e t
k,. ="P-
of
2.. *. "M


A group of children from the NAS jax Youth Activities Center
(YAC) proudly show off the bears they made during the Build-
a-Bear Workshop Nov. 3. "The kids had a great time and we
look forward to doing this again!" said NAS Jax YAC Director
Megan Elliot.


CBCA08554 E~I Ip n ,es R mlt, i dw.s14 1TO ITiS n4Me Im rzl4*ran uhe i" to f II4o h EIEII*l,5 Mi Ik"As I11hKh* j


f. mlr 0y rU dC frr












*dm 4vth oar

75, 000 *PW,, *. I aas Isut m ri sID na'H at



SEVNG IITR AMILES SINE f960c0m


u c i fe d








12 Ja8 Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


S(t)1b1drolh~ir%


I'd"~


CNRC helping to streamline

transition from active to Reserve


By MC2(AW/SW)
Gabriel Owens
Commander, Navy Recruiting
Command Public Affairs


0

0~

U)

a)


said Wynne. "Before the
member even separates,
they'll have a sponsor and a
welcome aboard package
from their NOSC."
The separating Sailor
will still attend the
Transition Assistance
Program and participate in
other separation activities.
The CCC will assist the
Sailor getting their transfer


commander, Navy Re-
cruiting Command
(CNRC) started beta
testing a new program in
early November to stream-
line the process for Sailors
wishing to transfer to the
Reserves upon the expira-
tion of their active-duty
contract. Called the fleet to
Navy Operational Support
Center (NOSC) Program,
this initiative is being beta
tested at selected com-
mands around the fleet.
"We're looking to make the
transition from active-duty
to Reserve more like trans-
ferring," said Capt. Ray
Wynne, operations director
at CNRC. "The less paper-
work and hassle, the better
we can recruit active duty
to Reserve."
Under the new initiative,
instead of being recruited
by a "waterfront" recruiter
when a Sailor is nearing
the end of his contract, the
member is contacted by
their command career
counselor (CCC). Once a
Sailor indicates the desire
to enter into the Reserves,
the CCC can now contact
CNRC's "Cyberspace" re-
cruiters directly to begin
the process.
"Cyberspace can then set
up contact with the nearest
recruiter and NOSC to
where the member is plan-
ning to live after service,"


to Reserve affiliation kit
ready before separation.
Upon separation, the
member takes their kit to
their local recruiter within
10 days.
The recruiter gains the
Sailor to the Reserves and
verifies the first drill dates.
The beta test is scheduled
to continue until September
2007.


cc
1
ll

l-





cu

I->



m



c-)


aroup consulting


Individual consulting


. 1 hour initial assessment
* 1 hour follow up
Cell NIanI .'If-al 7rs4i-nD-.ls af Sa -
7?3 set 1 'S for ifa wt f and to
*-'Ijl.. '*T **.WItrw'


1~AS


Cc




E

E
0
C-)



E
0





cc

ClO

"Cu


C)



cc
0






cu





CO)


For ACTIVE DUTY members who:
Want to IMPROVE PERFORMANCE on the PRT
. Learn the practical skills of performance enhancement training.
Are PERFORMING SATISFACTORY on the PRT
* Get individual guidance an how to excel.
Are FAILING THE PRT due to physical performance or weight standards
* Learn to break down your barriers to pass the PRT
Dr Jessica Mabler, s'rt gand exercise psychologist, now offers individual and
group consulfvu aimed at teaching mental and behavioral skills, monitoring pro-
gress and making adjustments as necessary to maxim.7e your PRT performance.


h


* Focused on teaching skills that
improve performance
* Includes 3 one-hour sessions
that are orgoing S.5n up con-
tinues for future sessions.


SSmall groups, noon, Thursdays Collaborative one-on-one meeting?






Page
Missing
or
Unavailable








14 JaxAIr HOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


Galley to hold Thanksgiving feast
By Staff
he Flight Line Caf6 is holding their annual Thanksgiving feast Nov. 23. Brunch
will be served from 7-10 a.m. and dinner will be offered from 2-5 p.m. The dinner
menu includes:
Herb roasted turkey
Fresh baked ham
Prime rib
Shrimp cocktail
Cornbread dressing
Giblet gravy
Homemade mashed
potatoes
Wild rice
Candied yams
Southern style collard
greens
Whole kernel corn
Dinner rolls
Cranberry sauce
Variety of desserts
For more information, call 542-8597.

NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes


Taking off


T he Navy Marine Corp
Relief Society
(NMCRS) at NAS Jax
offers Budget for Babies
classes the first and third
Wednesday of each month.
These comprehensive class-
es are available to all mili-
tary personnel and their
family members. Partici-
pation of both parents is
encouraged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS vol-


unteer and financial plan-
ner helps the expecting par-
ents prepare a budget for
baby from birth through col-
lege. He offers money saving
tips for buying baby's first
items such as furniture, car
seats, carriers and strollers.
Retirement planning for
parents is also discussed.
At the end of the class,
each family is given "baby's
first sea bag" valued at


$100. The sturdy canvas
bag contains a Gerber
layette and a blanket knit-
ted by NMCRS volunteers.
The classes are held at
* NMCRS in Building 13 from
9:30 a.m.-noon on the first
Wednesday of each month
and from 6-8 p.m. on the
third Wednesday.
To register or for more
information, call 542-3515.


Photo by MC2 Miguel Contreras
A pilot assigned to the "Nightdippers" of HS-5 takes off from the flight deck of-the
Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) Nov. 3. Eisenhower is
conducting Special Purpose Insertion Extraction (SPIE) training with Explosive Ordnance
Disposal Mobile Unit Six, Det. 16. Eisenhower is currently deployed in support of mar-
itime security operations and the global war on terrorism.




&W66ftomer Q/f11mre TrVe


WORK FROM HOME
Arc, you tir(-,d of starting Ty time you get aduty change? If so,
COnsider starting your own business. A business that can transfer With.
you, provides fr&edon-i and flexibility and requires:
No Special Skills No Large Investment
No Inventory 'No Orders/Deliveries
No Complicated Paperwork o No Billing/Collections
ABSOLUTELY NO RISK and 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.
InteresteOcall Frank at 904-375-2299.


uiegoeua W and Del
F o o *, Breakfast 8-10:45am i
For over 40 years, Monday Saturday
e Pinegrove Market's : Eggs, omelets, wraps
-at department has ILunch and Dinnerll-7pm
ving this community. Soup & Desserts Out Cold Cut, Cold
ler the freshest and : made fresh dally Salad & Wraps made
and meats in this Hot or Cold Subs fresh to order
i 8:00 6:3Dm Angus Burgers Eat In or Take Out







Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16,2006 15


MW Planner

Mission First Sailors Always/'



For more information call 542-3493.

Free Bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included)


Call 542-3521 for more information.

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

Kid's Holiday Bingo
Dec. 16
Cards on sale 11 a.m. Noon
$15 per child (ages 4-17)
Includes bingo cards, dauber, soft drink, hot dog, chips
and a gift.
Call 542-5007 for additional information.

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

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



For more information on fitness and athletics call 542-
'3518/3239.

Storm Racers 2006
Now through Dec. 1
Log the number of hours you travel while spinning!
Prizes awarded to all participants!

Turkey Trot ~ 5K
Tomorrow, 11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road/Antenna Farm

Jingle Bell Jog
Dec. 14; 11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road/Antenna Farm


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


File photo
Chloe Nikolaus gets her face painted like a jaguar by Susan
Conditt, who volunteered to help out at the NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family Service Center booth at last year's NAS Jax
Military Family Appreciation Carnival. This year's carnival will
be held Saturday in the Navy Exchange parking lot from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Nov. 30 for retirees and Department of Defense personnel

Turkey Trot Killer Scramble
Sunday, 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.


Call 542-3227/3682 for more information.

Holiday Inspection Special
$10, Includes checking belts, hoses, fluid levels, wipers
and blades, tire pressure, tread depth and your spare tire
pressure.
Special runs though January!


Call 778-9772 for more information.
Tropical Freeze at the Mulberry Cove Marina
Dec. 16, Noon 4 p.m.
Free snow rides, snacks and punch!


Sponsors needed

From MWR Marketing

T he NAS Jax Morale, Welfare, and
Recreation Department of the Navy is cur-
rently seeking sponsors for fiscal year 2007
special events and programs. Your efforts will
support NAS Jax active duty service members
and their families. Your company will market
to more than 25,000 base personnel.
For more information on how your organiza-
tion can become a sponsor, please contact
Shannon Leonard at 542-3577 or e-mail shan-
non.d.leonard@navy.mil.


For more information about I.T.T. trips or
please call 542-3318.


ticket prices,


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.

ACC Championship Game
Dec. 2, 1 p.m.
$83.25 for 200 level seats

FCCJ Broadway Series tickets on sale now!
Sweet Charity ~ Jan. 28 at 1:30 p.m. ($62.50)
Rent ~ Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. ($50.50)
Lion King -March 24 & 31 at 8 p.m., April 7 at 2 p.m.
($80)
Mamma Mia ~ May 20 at 1:30 p.m. ($65), May 20 at 7
p.m. ($53)



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

Liberty Holiday Airport Shuttle
Sign-ups going now through Nov. 26 at Liberty Cove.
Sign-ups are mandatory for a seat on the shuttle.
Shuttle runs at 4 a.m., 8 a.m., noon, 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Free Thanksgiving Day meal with all the trimmings
Thanksgiving Day
Dinner starts at 4 p.m.

Free Mall & Movie Trip
Saturday
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater
Van departs Liberty Cove at 1 p.m.

Comedy Zone Trip
Nov. 30
Free admission and appetizers!
Van departs Liberty Cove at 7 p.m.



Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.

'Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo
:D)rift (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Cars (G)
Saturday, 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 oti 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. 28 for active duty .





16 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


MILLIONS IN SAVINGS


4 DAYS ONLY!

ENTERTAINMENT AND
FOOD ALL DAY!
MODELS OPEN.
* $1,000 Moves you
in with No Closing
Costs and No HOA
fees for One Year**" -
* No Developer Fees Thursxtendeayd Nov
* 5% Off Prices Thurs Nov,
* 1 Year Rome B..
Warranty i N .i- -..t o


FABULOUS DEVELOPER

INCENTIVES !
Tarragon Helps You Move-In Fast,

Every Home Includes:*
42" LO Flat Screen TV
1000 Watt LO DDOV Home
Player Surround Sound
Theatre System
-d installation included. .


Apple iPodTM
nan 30 GB

* $100 iTunes
Music Card


S1 BR condos from 3 114,990 M i 1 BR condos from 128,980
CO B LESTONEL 2 Rcondos frPom 834,0 l M reUX 2 BR condos from 8167,B
"G ".^ Ro 3 BR condos from $149,990 "woo ^.,^ oo o 3 BR condos from3180,880


THE SINGLE BEST VALUE
* Orange Park/ Flemming Island
Location with Great Schools,
New Shopping and Restaurants
* Close to the Beautiful Beaches of
St. Augustine, Golf Courses
* Two Resort-Style Pools with
Spa & Sun Deck
* Picnic and Playground Area
(888) 286-2906


MIRABELLA
TOWN CENTER L
* 2 minutes to St. Johns Town Center Mall
with PF Chang's, Cheesecake Factory,
Maggiano's, & Fabulous Upscale Shoppil
* Gated Community
* Resort-Style Pool & Spa, Fitness Center
w/ Cardio & Free Weights
* Social room, Business Center, Garages
& Storage available!

(888) 238-1357


ON FLEMMING ISLAND
* Beautiful Clubhouse w/ Fitness Center
* Private Entry Access
* Vaulted Ceilings, Bonus Rooms,
Fireplaces in Select Residences
*Garages & Storage Available
Sales Gallery
1717 County Road 220, Orange Park, FL 32003
DIRECTIONS From 1-295. take Roosevelt Blvd/US 17 eidt.
Travel south on LS 17 qptox. 6 miles to Caonrv Ri,.d220.
Turn right. Cobb'leswtne ,u Eagl* Hai Li is one ile on
your left


1 BR condos from 8128,990
2 BR condos from 8152,990
3 BR condos from 8182,900
.IVING AT ITS BEST
Private Entry Residences come with
Real Wood Cabinetry, Corian Countertops,
ng Crown Molding, Whirlpool Appliances,
Garden Tubs, Security System, Ceramic
Tile, Built in Desks, Glass Top Stove
& Microwave
Sales Gallery
10075 Gate Parkway North, Jacksonville, FL 32346
DIRECTIONS Head East on JTB, Exit Gate Parkway. Left,
approximately 1.5 miles on the right to Mirabella.


OVER THE TOP AMENITIES


* Close to St. Johns Town Center Mall
& Tinseltown
* Gated Community
* Fitness Center, Theatre, Multimedia Room,
Indoor Basketball Court, Business Center,
2 Resort-Style Pools & Spas, Sauna, Tennis
Court, Sand Volleyball, 22- Acre Lake
w/ One-Mile Walking & Jogging Trail Sale
Ou'


(888) 236-4813


AT WINDSOR PARKE
THE BEST VALUE


* 5 Miles to the Beach
* 3 Miles to the St. John's Tow.
Center Mall
* 24 Hour Sports Club


(888) 236-4814


DIRE
Blvd


* Real Wood Cabinetry, Steel Finish
Appliances, Crown Molding & Vaulted
Ceilings in Select Residences, Garden Tubs,
Security System, Ceramic Tile, Built-in
Desks, Glass Top Stove & Microwave

is Gallery
0 Touchton Road, Jacksonville, FL 32216
ECTIONS Sales Gallery located at Intersection of Southside
. and Touchton Road, behind The Shoppes of Deerwood Lake.


1 BR condos from 887,80
2 BR condos from 8145,99880
3 BR condos from 8154,990

,CONDO IN WINDSOR PARK,
Golf Course Views
n Two Resort-Style Pools & Spa
Clubhouse w/ Social Room, Billiards
Garages & Storage available
Sales Gallery
13700 Richmond Park Drive North, Jacksonville, FL 32224
DIRECTIONS JTB to Hodges Blvd. North to Richmond Park Dr.,
take immediate right into Bishop's Court.


ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE REPLIED UPON US CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO
THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503 FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR A LESSEE. NOT AN OFFER
WHERE PROHIBITED, INCLUDING NY AND NJ. PRICES, FEATURES, AMENITIES AND SQUARE FOOTAGE ARE APPROXIMATE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. *OFFER GOOD
FOR NOV 16-19, 2006 ONLY. **WITH MORTGAGE APPROVAL THROUGH PREFERRED LENDER, SELLER WILL PAY BUYERS' CLOSING COSTS AND PRE-PAID OVER THE INITIAL UP TO 6%
OF THE PURCHASE PRICE. ALL SALES MUST CLOSE BY DECEMBER 31,2006, SEE AGENT FOR DETAILS. BROKER PARTICIPATION WELCOMED.


1 TARRAGON CORPORATION


H
F312911


- I I a I I I


A






JKx Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


Sate for col nitCale a 29 plan ig,
4 epyr fedValle naltChildren Since
~up~i eA'a'eril ~0


Syndicated Content


Available from Commercial News Providers"


VITA: Tax advice
From Page 4
There are fewer mistakes.
VITA/ELF returns are very
accurate. There is a one
percent error rate compared
to a 15 percent error rate
for paper returns.
Past tax seasons have
demonstrated that the suc-
cess of the VITA/ELF
Program is predicted on
support from local com-
mands. While the local
Naval Legal Service Office
(NLSO), Staff Judge
Advocate or the Fleet and
Family Service Center rep-
resentative will manage tax
assistance centers, local
commands are strongly
encouraged to provide per-
sonnel, equipment and
facilities. When local com-
mands support the
VITA/ELF program, every-
one benefits.
Sufficient manpower is
the key to success. The sup-
port pf every command is
necessary. Especially send-
ing Sailors on temporary
additional duty (TAD) for
the 12-week tax season or
allowing personnel to work
part-time at the tax assis-
tance centers. Part-time
support is especially critical
during February, the peak
filing time.
The goal s to provide one
volunteer or TAD tax pre-
parer per 100 members of
each command. One full-
time tax preparer who is
trained by the Internal
Revenue Service and or
VITA/ELF tax officers, can
provide more than $50,000
worth of services.
Information involving tax
preparer training can be
obtained by contacting the
local NLSO.
The VITA/ELF program
is extremely important.
With support, we can con-
tinue this valuable quality
of life benefit for our
Sailors.
Navy MWR offers
chance to win free
trip to Australia
From Navy MWR
Marketing,
Commander, Navy
Installations Command,
Millington Detachment
he Navy Morale, Wel-
fare and Recreation
(MWR) is giving
away two trips to Australia
and a host of other prizes,
as part of a joint services
partnership between
MWR's Information,
Tickets and Travel (I.T.T.)
office, Qantas Airlines 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, accom-
modations and two land
tours.
"A special user-friendly
Web site has been set up at
www.ittaustralia.com,
which allows authorized
MWR customers to enter
the contest, learn about the
different vacation destina-
tions in Australia or plan
their own trip," said Dawn
See AUSTRALIA, Page 24


ASK FOR ZERO
PAYMENTS&IN I -H-S1 UNTIL
JANUARY08
IF PAID IN FULL BY JANUARY 2008'
)nr, all Floor.irg purchases of $299 or more marde or. vour
Lo.ve's Coniumer Cre'la Card 11/16/06 through 11/23/06.
SEe siore for dlals
g U P. .- -.. : .
.r ,- v-. ..... ..





SPECIALVALUE! SP
now NC

74 was 97c 12"x
Laminate Flooring Cen
*10-year warranty *Glueless clic-2-clic installation #490
*Variety of colors available in-stock and through Special 2059
Order #56323

SP


IECIALVALUE!
DW
8*
x 12"
ge ---
amic Tile
150, 65338, 188333,
157

ECIALVALUE!


now

$83
was $10473
Group pride includes
table and six chairs.
6' Folding Table
now *38


#124784


All-Steel Folding Chair #237874
now s750


get


holiday







ticn


E7


SPECIALVALUE!
now

29%was $59
44" Bella Vista Ceiling Fan
*Lirrmied lieiime warranty
*A..aia.ble ir. Bronze, Nickel.
or Wrile n96879. 969i0. 96982

SPECIALVALUE!
now |
$820 Includes
$82all four
was $110 items
4-Piece Console Set
*Includes console table, lamp, wall
mirror and picture frame #152296


1 .


Rnow

$ 3997

c was.$ 5997
ONLY AT LOWE'S!
SPECIALVALUE!
4-Gallon Floormaster Indoor
Wet/Dry Vacuum
*Includes 1-1/4" x 8' Lock OnTM hose with
curved end for easy vacuuming -18' power
cord for easy mobility #152968


es


4 days only November 16-19


SPECIALVALUE!


_.-_- _
now
$A 5' Holiday Hardwood Mantel Shelf
9 *While supplies last #57188
SPECIALVALUE!
now
.$1997
Professional 30' 16/3 SJTW
< Tri-Tap Retractable Reel
*UL listed #203376
SPECIALVALUE!
now PEE'REf'
$2498 r fr
Combo shower caddy
Shower Kit and strap wrench
with with purchase of #123579.
wir Cad While supplies last.
Wire Caddy #123759 See store for details. J


ONLY AT LOWE'S!
SPECIALVALUE!
now <4c j!i

$39
was $5497
Werner 3-Step Project
Ladder with Platform /
and Project Tray
*Large standing platform, I
safe and secure L
.250 lb. load capacity *While supplies last
#225491


For the Lowe's nearest you, call 1-800-993-4416 or visit us online at Lowes.com
Prices may vary after November 19, 2006, if there are market variations. "Was" prices in this advertisement were in effect on November 9, 2006, and may vary based on Lowe's Every Day Low Price policy. See store for
details regarding product warranties. We reserve the right to limit quantities. *Applies to single-receipt, in-store flooring purchases of $299 or more made 11/16/06 through 11/23/06 on a Lowe's consumer credit card
account. No monthly payments will be required and no finance charges will be assessed on this promo purchase if you pay the following in full by January, 2008: (1) the promo purchase amount, and (2) any related optional
credit insurance/debt cancellation charges. If you do not, finance charges will be assessed on the promo purchase amount from the date of the purchase and monthly payments will be required. Standard account terms
apply to non-promo purchases. APR is 21% (15.48% for purchases of $2,000 or more). Min. finance charge is $1.00. Offer is subject to credit approval. Excludes Business Accounts and Lowe's Project Card Accounts..
2005 by Lowe's. All rights reserved. Lowe's and the gable design are registered trademarks of LF, LLC. 061192
001/611921021
R132777


17


7


for the Holidays


shopova


ready with


1


SPECIALVALUE!


$198 was $498
Lamp and Appliance Timer
#71185, 132427

SPECIALVALUE!
now __
i :.,,, $1997
/" 19 was *2497
SLED Tripod Flashlight
S*Innovative tripod design offers
hands-free convenience #158803


''I


, ,



Via mall-In rebate withpurchase of
#39501. Offer valid now through
12/16/06. See store for details.
SPECIALVALUE!
I. k-. f


now

was $1497
28" Fresh Noble Fir
Candy Cane
*Decorated with Juniper,
Cedar, Pine cones and
red velvet bow #81064


Honeywell
SPECIALVALUE!
now
$29 was $39
5-2 Day
Programmable
Thermostat
#39501


50% off
assorted Tiffany
accent lamps
While supplies last. Discount
taken at register. Offer valid
11/16/06 through 11/19/06.
See store for details.


r


a?~-


9 1







.18 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


SOQ: 82 recognized for accomplishments
From Page 1 :..;
Quarter here about two.
years ago and we really
weren't recognized. This "., ,'
luncheon is a great idea to ei
honor the Sailors for their '
accomplishments," she said.
"This is my first time on a
shore command. On my
ship, we didn't get this kind $0 f
of opportunity to be hon-
ored like this. I think it's
great that the commands
are able to get together
!lere and recognize what

the Sailors are doing dur- NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson congratu-
immander Patrol Recon-sadded lates MA3 Jennifer Sanderson of NAS Jax Security
sande wing Ealen Department on her recognition as NAS Jax Junior Sailor of
naissancelor of the Quar- the Quarter during the luncheon.

n IT2 Chris Wardle. There was also a special ny.
AWAfter lunch was served, drawing which awarded Also recognized during
,THie Sailors were each pre- three Sailors and their fam- the luncheon was GEICO
sented with a gift envelope ilies a coupon book from Insurance Rep-resentative
:'ith a letter of recognition, Applebee's Restaurant with Frank Butter-field who pre-
if$50 savings bond courtesy a $50 coupon for every week sented a check to pay for all
o;f VyStar Credit Union and of the upcoming year. the awardee's lunches.
,-a'coupon book from the NAS The NAS Jax USO coor- The next SOQ luncheon
Jax Mlorale, Welfare and donated sponsorship of the should be held in early
Creation Department. free meals with the compa- February.



he Sailor of the Quarte
P he following Sailors were YN1 Dana Axson Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
ognized during the Sailor of Junior Sailor of the Quarter AOAN Eric Atkinson
te Quarter Luncheon Nov. 9: HM2 Arron Paduaevans
Commander Helicopter Sea
NAS Jax VP-5 Combat Wing Atlantic Search
senior Sailor of the Quarter Senior Sailor of the Quarter and Rescue School
CS1 David Robinson Jr. HT1 Samantha Walker Sailor of the Quarter -
Junior Sailor of the Quarter Mad Fox of the Quarter FC1 Michael Mosca
gZ, MA3 Jennifer Sanderson AZ2 Eddie Diaz
Sailor of the Quarter CS2 Junior Sailor of the Quarter Fleet Readiness Center
Jermaine Lawton YN3 Ceroromo Bragg Southeast
-qlue Jacket of the Quarter Sailor of the Quarter -
ACAN Mellose Sainthilaire Fleet Aviation Specialized PR2 Mark Klefman


u., Navy Medicine Support
Command
eSenior Sailor of the Quarter -
HM1 Tommy Childress
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
HM3 Nerwin Sevilleja

Southeast Regional
Calibration Center
Sailor of the Quarter -
AT1 Gary Ebner
,Uunior Sailor of the Quarter -
; EM2 Augustine Tie
HS-75
Sailor of the Quarter -
AO1 Steven Holcomb
=Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
o- AW2 Samuel Wood
Emerald Knight of the Quarter -
AD3 Jerome Gonsalves
, Navy Operational Support
Center Jax
" Sailor of the Quarter -
IN HM1 Nathan Walden
=Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
aw AZ2 Arletta Powell
,Blue Jacket of the Quarter -
HN Reina Cordero

S Personnel Support
Detachment Jax
S Sailor of the Quarter -
A" PS10neil Steer
unior Sailor of the Quarter -
EWA PS2 Larry Garvin
Blue Jacket of the Quarter -
_S PSSN Blair Standish

Se HS-7
senior Sailor of the Quarter -
PS1 Knicola Hanshaw
_Maintenance Person of the
Year -
AM1 Jeffrey Piechocki
junior Sailor of the Quarter -
AW2 Andrew Baierwalter
=Blue Jacket of the Quarter -
PRAN Franco Taffurelli

Fleet Area Control and
rveillance Facility Jax
Sailor of the Quarter -
OS1 Raymond Cook
nior Sailor of the Quarter -
ACAN Anthony Charles

Commander Patrol and
connaissance Wing Eleven
ore Sailor of the Quarter -
g- AW1 Chad Wolters
ea Sailor of the Quarter -
ET1 Gregory Reno
hore Junior Sailor of the
Quarter -
ET2 Jeffery Powers
Sea Junior Sailor of the
Quarter -
IT2 Christopher Wardle

aval Reserve Readiness
Command Southeast
Sailor of the Quarter -


Operations Training Group
Atlantic
Sailor of the Quarter -
AW1 Anjenelle Kelly

Naval Computer and
Telecommunications Station
Jax
Sailor of the Quarter -
IT1 Wally Lora
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
ITSN Susanne Varda

Commander Sea Control
Wing Atlantic
Sailor of the Quarter -
YN1 Timothy-White
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
A02 Justin Radabaugh

Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Sailor of the Quarter -
HM1 Jerrie Echon
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
HM2 Caroline Alama
Blue Jacket of the Quarter -
HN Casey Marx

Helicopter Sea Combat
Weapons School Atlantic
Sailor of the Quarter -
AO1 Daniel Elias
Sailor of the Quarter -
AM1 Jonathan Kraut
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
YN2 Thykiesha Santana

Branch Medical Clinic Jax
Sailor of the Quarter -
HM1 Michael Dipietro
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
HM3 Thomas Bolsega
Blue Jacket of the Quarter -
HN Brynn Weber

VP-16
Sailor of the Quarter -
AD1 Clayton Demedeiros


VP-45
Senior Sailor of the Quarter -
AM1 Troy Guenther
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
AM2 Mark Ledbetter

HS-15
Senior Sailor of the Quarter -
AM1 Samuel Neil
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
AD2 Louis Danet
Blue Jacket of the Quarter -
AN Robert Edwards

Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jax
Shore
Shore Sailor of the Quarter -
AT1 Sarah Haynes
Sailor of the Quarter -
AS2 Julian Grajalesorio
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
AS3 Omar Cotton
Blue Jacket of the Quarter -
AEAN Jason Bingham

Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jax
Sea
Senior Sailor of the Quarter -
AE1 Oscar Vega
Sailor of the Quarter -
AT2 Alyssa Mills
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
AM3 Henry Omoerigbe
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AEAN Christopher Carlton

VS-24
Sailor of the Quarter-
PR1 Joshua Turner
Scout of the Quarter -
AM2 John Earnest
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
ADAN Gerard Harper

VP-30


;y"1



..% _f'l'.-
I...*%^'



p .*


.W -- .'s1


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Members of the NAS Jax Honor Support Team present the colors during the Sailor of the
Quarter Luncheon Nov. 9 at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. Eighty-two Sailors were honored dur-
ing the event.


Senior Sailor of the Quarter -
QM1 Harold Stubbs

Commander Navy Region
Southeast
Sailor of the Quarter -
MA1 Derrick Kane
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
YN1 Syretta Revels
Blue Jacket Of the Quarter -
YN3 Anthony Dyson

Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit
Jacksonville
Sailor of the Quarter -
AT1 Jason Ramsey
Instructor of the Quarter -
AT1 Christopher Hicks


He's got a cold nose,
a warm heart,
and eyes for two.
Since 1946, the Guide Dog
Foundation for the Blind has been
providing guide dogs free of charge
to blind people seeking increased
mnobihi. independence, and the
companionship a guide dog provides.
.''171 EfI, F h, Tpeh
/U .eO SmIIh.r NN 11787
58undaiton i 41
J L [. i Pa,% oPani 'Proidred i a public sejiC


THE MILITARY MEANS

COMMITMENT,


SERVICE
AND SACRIFICE.


Sailor of the Quarter -
AE1 Neil Adams
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
AW2 Ryan Whitney
Blue Jacket of the Quarter -
YN3 Shain Frazier

VS-31
Sailor of the Quarter -
AE1 Mark Byham
Topcat of the Quarter -
AZ2 Akshyae Rana
Blue Jacket of the Quarter -
AEAN Jeremy Mong
Plane Captain of the Quarter -
ADAN Bryan Hobart

Transient Personnel Unit
Jacksonville
Sailor of the Quarter -
DC1 Timothy Young
Junior Sailor of the Quarter -
SH3 Tamica Campbell

Naval Waterfront Brig
Jacksonville
Sailor of the Quarter -
EM2 DaniKa Tutt


RADIO CONTROL
HEADQUARTERS
CARS BOATS PLANES TRAINS


WE OFFER TWO OUT OF THREE.


CORE
' CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY


* 8 (a) Certified Design/build


general

contractor


* Construction

management


Go with GEICO and you sacrifice nothing.
That's because GEICO is committed to giving our military customers
auto insurance that's second to none: 24-hour service, simple payment
plans, money-saving discounts, vehicle storage options and storage
protection plans, whether you decide to store it yourself or store it on base.
For seventy years, GEICO has been serving the special needs of the
special people who serve our country. We're ready to do it for you. Call us
anytime.


GEICO


Phone (904) 399.1033
www. core-constructionco. corn
#CGC1505527 R134307


ET THE BEST PRICE
in town guaranteed
on a Ne w

eep or Chrysler
FRANK GRIFFIN CHRYSLER JEEP ......


1I WL R D9 5 0
,0RANE PAK WWWFRANGRIFFN.CO


(904) 264-1223 | 1600 Park Ave., Suite 2 I Orange Park (Across from Moosehaven)
(904) 246-8650 | 997 Atlantic Blvd. I Atlantic Beach (At the Publix Shopping Center)


Military discounts not available in all states or in all GEICO companies. Government Employees Insurance Co.
GEICO General Insurance Co. GEICO Indemnity Co. GEICO Casualty Co. These companies are subsidiaries of Berkshire
Hathaway Inc. GEICO auto insurance is not available in Mass. GEICO, Washington, DC 20076. 2006 GEICO
R135352 Fl


r recipients-


ew


Vel


F


- -


mwp






Jx Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006 19


Swedish Massage
Oriental


Body Shampoo
Steam Sauna


Members of the Robert E. Lee High School Marching Band The marching band from Bishop Kenny High School are
play a patriotic number as they participate in the parade. cheered on by the crowd as they march down the street.


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


Bodyscrubs
Men
Women
Walk-Ins Welcome


Members of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Motorcycle Unit clear the streets at the beginning
of the parade.


Photos by Kavlee LaRocque


Robert Smith, 13,
and Andrew Lodge, 10,
proudly display their flags
as the Ribault High School Chorus
sings the national anthem.


BANKRUPTCY
$699*
Single Petitioner Chap 7


S gNT5 D N'hlde.
DIVQ6C',
- I I..NoPopry


FREE CONSULTATION -cost and filing fees are additional
"Representing Military Personnel and Dependents for Over Twenty Years"
*Family Law *Bankruptcy Criminal
Divorce Chapter 7 D.U.I
Separation Chapter 13 Misdemeanor
Custody Step Parent Adoption Felony
Paternity Name Change Traffic
Child Support Incorporation Wills / Probate
The Law Office
of
Jeffrey C. Peterson VISA
Attorney at Law
(904) 356-1877
10 South Newnan St., Jacksonville, FL 32202 FLA. BAR #0351938


R134454


s s. Y~6%~~~


'goh'SUN SPA






20 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


Militlt i


beat Ie b




65 ,-
-0 0


-- =---
l\:. .






S w








.- 0 -
1-3 "














904-

A-- 90-1--


- 0.


-3n


*-S


i--ca


moms


abv blues


- = -


- -
-B
-













rCreek 2200
406-20-42
lill Farms $200s
693-65"1
Leaf Foresi North
-86-1551

,shouius.com "


.~ S -


HOME


Pinecrest $
904---86-4.
Sarah's Pla
90-1-"1-9
Cherokee C
904-693-6


* -


Park


D E R M ATO
Medical, Surgical & Cosmi c.p
S- Gog J.. S c: eder


SGeorge J. Schmieder
F.A.A.D F.A.O.C.D
Board Certified Dermatologist,
-. 0 MOHS Surgeon

-. Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology
S_ Diplomate of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology

S --- all FRAXEL....the most advanced Non-ablative Laser Therapy
'THERMAGE...Non-Surgical Face Lift
GENTLE WAVE....one of the only Gentle Wave
-. Systems hi Jacksonville
Microdermabrasion, Photo Rejuvenation, Botox,
Restvlane, Vein Treatment, Laser for Hair
Removal & Rosacea


m o -

1543 Kingsley Avenue
Bldg. 16

Orange Park, FL 32073
904-541-0315
. www.parkavedermatology.com ,1
250s 'U .-
551'' '" " r ~,'\ ~ '* .'
icA$8s cc Reptng:Tricare4,iSana
ce $180s N
Wsln Oak $chled yourbp oi
ce$,180s ~~ ~ ~ Al f" ,' "AU'S '"" 'k."" "
; :.. ._. ;-0., ,35. : ... .8,


Xtreme
Challenge
Adventure Race
coming up

C competitors are need-
ed for the Xtreme
Challenge Adventure
Race Dec. 7-8 at NSB Kings
Bay, Ga. The event will
include kayaking, climbing,
repelling, cross-country
running, swimming, biking,
orienteering, marksman-
ship 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 per-
sonnel. Teams are responsi-
ble for their own gear and
lodging at Kings Bay.
Winners will receive a
free trip to Guantanamo
Bay, Cuba to participate in
their Xtreme Challenge
Feb. 17-19. Only active
duty military members
qualify for this trip.
Participants must sign up
by today.
For more information,
call Meghan Brophy at 542-
3518.


Military Benefit Association supports our troops

and provides security for military families.
For 50 years, Military Benefit Association (MBA) discounts; travel assistance and travel discounts;
has sponsored affordable group life insurance for savings on medical services, supplies and equipment;
its members and their families, and assistance with VA home financing through
With over 110,000 members, MBA is among VALoans.com.
the nation's largest non-profit military associations. MBA Term 90 group life insurance has premium
Military servicemembers join MBA for its excellent rates which are competitive with SGLI. More
insurance plans, including separate spouse coverage importantly, this coverage stays with you when you
up to $250,000, child coverage options, and for the leave the military. You do not have to convert to the
financial and lifestyle benefits membership offers. more expensive VGLI plan.
Families Depend Upon MBA. When you purchase MBA-sponsored group life
As we have expanded our membership programs, insurance coverage, you join a community of people
we have also experienced growth in. the amount of who share your interests. If you would like more
paid claims. Since March 2003, MBA-sponsored information about MBA and the insurance plans
group life insurance has paid over $18 million in it sponsors, please call us:
claims to families of MBA members lost in military 1-800-336-0100
hostilities in Iraq and Afghanistan. This money or visit our Web site www.militarybenefit.org
helped the families of our members continue their
lives during a difficult period. Life Insurance underwritten by Government Personnel Mutual
Life Insurance Company. Not available in all states.
MBA offers a selection of valuable benefits to
promote the economic interests and improve the
quality of life of our members and their families,
including the MBA Scholarship Program which
awards five $2,000 scholarships annually to dependent MilitaryBenefit Association
children of members. Other programs offer car rental
Salute 4/06


E, *


Md Kings P






IJaxAIr NMWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006 21


Making the grai twn .i ur fitnc\% rc pw
* - -


S : -
"CprgtdMtra


"Copyrighted Material


Syndicated" Content


S*


Available from Commercial News Providers"


a.-


= a
a a


NEX customers can win

gift cards for shopping

Thanksgiving weekend
From NEXCOM
Navy Exchange (NEX) shoppers at select stores
have even more reason to shop the weekend
after Thanksgiving. On Nov. 26, customers at
the NAS Jacksonville NEX and NS Mayport NEX will
have the chance to register to win a total of $2,000 in
NEX gift cards.
'"We're giving away these NEX gift cards as a way to
thank our customers for their ongoing support," said
Navy Exchange Service, Command Senior Vice
President and Chief of Store Operations- Richard Dow.
"Our mission is to provide our customers quality goods
and services at a savings and to support quality of life
programs. We couldn't do that without the support of
our customers."
The NEXs will give away one $500, two $250 and
10 $100 NEX gift cards for a total of $2,000.
Customers must register at their NEX on Nov. 26 and
all drawings will be held that day. No purchase is
required to enter. Entrants need not be present at draw-
ing to win.


" --- TATTOOS: Double check for

cleanliness at establishment


__ .~
- .


United States Senate program officer escort application due in January


From Commander, Navy Region
Southeast
he 2007 United States Senate
Program is a worldwide,
Senate-sponsored program that
invites two outstanding high school.
Students from each of the 50 states,
the District of Columbia and the
Department of Defense (DoD)
Education Activity to the nation's
capital for a week-long introduction to
the federal government. The DoD will
support next year's program from
March 1-10 in Washington. DC by
providing escort officers to serve as
counselors, facilitators and ambassa-
dors of the armed forces.
Escort officers interact directly with
the students, offering them a unique
opportunity to gain a better under-
standing of DoD missions and person-
nel.
Escort officers must be available
from March 1-10. Escorts will accom-


pany delegates during all scheduled
activities in an intensive program that
averages 18-hour days.
The Navy will nominate eight active
duty officers (five 03s and three 04s)
to DoD. Of these eight nominees,
three will be selected by DoD to serve
as escorts. Two additional 04s shall be
selected to serve as the senior escort
officer and the assistant senior escort
officer. Escort officers from previous
years are encouraged to apply.
As participation in this program is
voluntary, escort officers must possess
no-cost TAD orders. Funded orders
are not authorized.
Applications must be emailed as a
Word or Text attachment to Lt.
Liubov Russell at liubov.russell,'5navy
.mil no later than Jan. 11.
Applications must include: name.
rank. command, position, date and
place of birth, home and work mailing
addresses and phone numbers, work
email address, a biography/applica-


tion no longer than two pages that
addresses experience working with
(not in) youth groups or youth-related
programs, educational background,
leadership experience, previous
assignments, community service, war-
fare qualifications and designations.
A commanding officer's recommen-
dation containing comments on matu-
rity, leadership skills, communication
skills, professional appearance and
community/educational involvement
is also required. The recommendation
must include a statement that the
nominee will be available to partici-
pate in all functions from March 1-10.
A full-length photograph in uniform
is also required.
The Senate Youth program will pay
expenses and incidentals. Individuals
are responsible for transportation to
and from Washington. Escort officers
are required to stay at the Maytlower
Hotel in Washington DC throughout
the program.


From Page 13
Personnel having such unauthorized body art are sub-
ject to disciplinary actions under the Uniform Code of
Military Justice.
If you are going to get a tattoo, body piercing or any
other body art the bottom line is that you should research
what and where you will be having done. Also, for good
measure, you should review the Navy Uniform
Regulations and keep in mind that just because you are at
a tattoo parlor, the person doing the procedure does not
necessarily know what is allowed and what is not.
For more information about tattoos and body piercing
you can go to www.nko.navy.mil or www.safepiercing.org
as well as review NavAdmin 110/06 regarding what mili-
tary members are allowed to display on their bodies.

DO YOU NEED A LAWYER?

CALL 904 710.3050

SIDDIQUI LEGAL ENTERPRISE
Criminal andi Famlily Law.,
Nlain offices in Jacksonivile
The hiring of a lawyer is an inmponrani decision ihal should not be based
solely upon advernisememns. Before you decide.:ask- us to send you
wrinen information about our qualifications and experience.


s0 -0
Hom bultforgenraion,-


WESTON ,RANCH '"

Homes From,the mid $100's 781-74812
Up to $30,000 saving in seletci., '
quick move-in homes
Normandy Blvd West of -295


Fox HILL FARMS


Homes From the mid $100's 781-4812
Up to $36,000 savings on select
quick move-in homes!
Sales Center located at Weston Ranch


r


WILLOW RIDGE


I "


4.4-.-----
p.


Homes From the low $100's 908-4992
Up to $1.6,000 savings on select
quick move-in homes!
Wilson Blvd West of1-295


HUNTERS WALK .

Single Family Homes From the mid $100's 783 621
Up to $35,000 savings d select -
quickmove in..homes! ,. '
Halsema Rd.North ofBeaver St





DR1HOKIHN i
. .


Realtor warml welco ed 86-3304932DIRH RTS 4C


-- V ',Models Open: Mon-Sat 10am-5:30pm, Sun 12pm-5:30pm

*'caibe proud f1syours.
And we will be proud to say we built it.

i^U ^^^^ Pric". P ,efican.nr, 5. ,r ,ue.mc iid a, ai ,r el,' raelw- 1 iha ,u wiha u r.. c, I 'l e e 'm e "
N H.,rne Co-ulr-uit r derail CBC058997'- 2 .)Yk DR-I,~ir.r It-.c. All nghvi re.rveed

SR135354


a -


//


i_


1 j





22 1JK Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


Colds and Flu:


No cure, but

Humana Military
Health Services
The following is taken from the Take Care of Yourself
Handbook, the medical self-care reference book that Humana
Military Healthcare Services makes available to all TRICARE
Prime households in the Southeast and GulfSouth Regions.
Most doctors believe that colds and the flu account
for more unnecessary clinic visits than any other
group of problems. Because these are viral ill-
nesses, they can't be cured by antibiotics or any other
drugs. However, there are over-the-counter drugs pain
relievers, decongestants, antihistamines that may
decrease symptoms while these problems cure themselves.



Adults need



shots, too

By Brian Badura
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
schools throughout the country require children to
be fully immunized in order to curb widespread
illness. But kids aren't the only ones who need to
have their immunizations current they are just as
important for adults.
Many adults may not be aware of the importance of
immunizations. Truth is, they provide a safe, cost-effec-
tive and efficient means of preventing illness and even
death from many infectious diseases. Seniors are more
vulnerable to illness, compounding the need for routine
immunizations.
"Most people tend to think that once you're out of your
childhood years, you're done with immunizations, which
just isn't true," said Capt. Mark Wallace, Medical
Corps, specialty leader for infectious diseases.
While childhood immunizations do offer protection for
life, others require boosters at regular intervals.
Some preventable illnesses, once contracted, have no
cure and may cause severe health problems and death.
Immunizations are readily available for many common
illnesses, such as influenza (flu), pneumococcal disease
and hepatitis B.
Tetanus and diphtheria boosters are required every
10 years throughout adult life. Adults who have dia-
betes or certain heart, lung, kidney or liver disorders, as
well as all adults aged 65 or older, need to be immu-
nized against pneumococcal disease.
"The vaccines for diphtheria, pneumonia and hepatitis
A and B are underutilized by most adults," said
Wallace.
Adults born after 1956 should have immunizations
against measles, mumps and rubella. Hepatitis B vac-
cine should be given to certain high-risk groups and
hepatitis A is recommended for travelers to certain
countries where the rate is high. Those who have not
had chickenpox or have not been immunized against it
should receive the varicella vaccine.
Annual influenza (flu) vaccinations are a good idea for
all adults, especially those over 50 years of age. The vac-
cine can help you lessen the blow of a case of the flu.
"Patients should be their own advocate for getting
immunized by asking questions on vaccines when they
see their health care provider," Wallace added.
In large part, today's vaccines are among the
safest medications available, although side effects such
as a sore arm or low fever are common. But as with any
medication, some immunizations can present more seri-
ous complications for a small percentage of those who
receive them.
If you need more information on your needs for immu-
nizations, talk to your health care provider. It's always
a good idea to keep a record of all, immunizations for
future reference. Stay current with your immunizations
and stay healthy.


symptoms can be controlled
There seem to be three main reasons why colds and flu mon cold. The fever, aches, and exhaustion are most pro-
result in unnecessary doctor visits: nounced in the afternoon and, evening, so take medica-
A few patients aren't sure that their illness is a cold or tions regularly over this period.
the flu. Drink a lot of liquid. This is insurance. The body
Many come seeking a cure, though there is none. requires more fluid when you have a fever. Be sure you
Many patients feel so sick that they believe the doctor get enough. Fluids help keep the mucous more liquid and
must be able to do something. Faced with this expecta- help prevent complications such as bronchitis and ear
tion, doctors sometimes try too hard, giving an antibiotic, infection.
performing tests, or taking X-rays that aren't really need- Rest. How you feel is an indication of your need to rest.
ed. Rest. How yo feel is an indication of your need to rest.
Tips for Home Treatment If you feel like being up and about, go ahead. It won't pro-
Take two aspirin and call the doctor in the morning. long your illness, and your friends and family were
This familiar phrase doesn't indicate neglect or lack of exposed during the incubation period, the three days or so
sympathy. Many over-the-counter medications are effec- before you had symptoms. If symptoms persist beyond two
tive remedies for the fever and muscular aches of the com- weeks, call your doctor.


Turkey fryer fire safety tips

Frnm the NAS lar Fire that is too large for the


Prevention Division
Turkey fryers should
always be used out-
doors a safe distance
from buildings and other
materials that can burn.
Never use turkey fryers
on wooden decks or in
garages.
Never use turkey fryers
under eaves or overhangs.
Use turkey fryers on a
flat surface to keep them
from tipping.
Never leave the turkey
fryers unattended. Most
units do not have thermo-
stat controls. If you are not
careful, the oil will continue
to heat until it catches fire.
Never let children or pets


near the turkey fryers.
Never overfill the turkey
fryers! Doing so may cause
the oil to catch fire from the
burner. The fryer must be
large enough to hold the oil
and the turkey with plenty
of room between the top of
the oil and the top of the


Resume writing


class offered


From the Navy
College Office
A class on Resume
Writing Using Word
is being offered Dec.
7 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. for all service mem-
bers and their family mem-
bers through Florida
Community College at
Jacksonville.
A resume is a critical tool
in evaluating each potential
candidate's qualification.
Employers search for key
words and phrases, review
accomplishments and are
critical in assessing the
quality of the written docu-
ment. Remember, the first
contact you have with
potential employers is via
paper. That paper must be
perfect in its visual presen-

EDiD You
Know...
AMC Cancer Research Center is
a national not-for-profit research
Institute dedicated to the preven-
tion of cancer and other chronic
diseases.
1-800-321-1557 www.amc.org
a C1C participant
PROVIDED AS A PUBLIC SERVICE.


station and quality of the
written word. Learn how to
write a compelling resume
and finish with the final
product using the Word
program.
The cost is $85. Seating is
limited to 14 people. To
reserve a seat, call 632-
5059.


turkey fryer.
Lids and handles can
become extremely hot. Use
well-insulated potholders
or oven mitts when han-
dling any part of the alu-
minum pot.
Wear safety goggles to
S. protect your eyes in case of
oil spatter.
Keep an ABC multi-pur-
pose dry chemical fire
fryer. Test your fryer out extinguisher nearby.
using water before heating Never use water to extin-
the oil, if you have any
doubts about the size of the guish a grease fire.
Follow the manufactur-
turkey fryer. After your
test pour out all the water er's directions.
and dry the fryer thorough- The Fire Prevention
ly. Division would like for you
Never try to fry a turkey to have a fire safe holiday!
_DQ YOU NEED

Advanced Hurricane Shutters... We Offer...
Installs and services its products "Safety Edge"
All products are Miami Dade & Florida Storm Panels
Building Code Approved Accordions
Will custom design a multiple Roll-Ups
of products to protect your home Impact Colonials
Missile impact tested to pass the most Bahama Shutters
stringent building codes in Florida Armor Screen
REDUCE YOUR INSURANCE COSTS,
ENHANCE YOUR HOME'S VALUE


the $140's!

Townhomes














SMaronda
4 Homes

-2n-9" www.miaronda.com
1-295 to Roosevelt Blvd (Hwy 17) North. Left on Avent Dr.
Community is directly on the right. (904) 291-8380


Model Hours: Mon. 11-7 *Tues., Wed., & Sat. 10-7 Sun. 11-5
Some front elevations may differ slightly. Prices subject to change without notification. CBC 058803 1 QB


LET,'Y01URV01-(E -








AN

0






IN THE 2006 MILITARY ONLINE SURVEY
MAMA BY ARME.D. FOR(ES'(OMMUNKATIONS



Armed Forces Communications
an Alloy Media + Marketing comIxiny















WWKSURVEYSONLINE.COM/MILITARY
SO MANY PRIZES, REGISTER TODAY AND YOU'LL BE ENTERED FOR A (HAKE TO WIN!
R13 11.1
; I ji,


4649 "









SDRIVING: Common courtesy not The Chevy Plac

a bad plan while behind the wheel I
*;' -L ,.__. .. .^ ^^^^* Fr i Il^ f


From 'ige 1


There are spme ways to
avoid problemA during your
commute. The 'Golden
Rule' could be the best way
to approach driving scenar-
10ios.
"Common courtesy is a
simple way to practice safe
Driving techniques. Just
let it go. Why not let the
individual across the inter-
section from you go through
the stop sign first? How
about the driver who was
weaving in and out of rush
hour traffic with reckless
abandon? The safest way to
,deal with that would proba-
bly be to let it go and safely
get out of the way. Those
responsible actions could
prevent anger from escalat-
ing and turning into a road
rage situation," explained
Jeror.
According to recent sur-
vey, more than half of the
drivers in the United
'States suffer from road
rage.
That means that most of
us will encounter road rage
many times in our lives and
this often leads to injuries
or even death.
The U.S. Highway Safety
Office has testified to
Congress that tens of thou-
-sands of accidents each
year can be linked directly
Sto aggressive driving and is
now a leading cause of
death for young children.
The NSC has highlighted
some driving behaviors
that contribute to aggres-
sion:
Lane blocking Don't
block the passing lane on
multi-lane highways and
allow vehicles travehng at
a higher speed to pass you.
Tailgating Maintain at


LIONEL,
SALES SERVICE
HOBBY WORLD
7273 103rd St. Jax 772-9022
175 Blanding Blvd. OP 272-6315
R, -, www.hobbyworld.biz


i,


'~M~.* -b..
r


Photo by MC3 David Didier
Tim jeror of NAS Jax Safety Office indicates on a map the
location where a large number of traffic accidents have
occurred. The map has a flag at every location of a traffic
accident on the base within the past year.


least three seconds between
your vehicle and the one in
front of you.
Signal use Don't change
lanes without using your
signal and make sure you
can change lanes without
cutting off another driver.
After changing lanes,
turn off your signal.
Horn use Use horn with
discretion. Noise is a con-
tributing factor.
Headlight use Keep
headlights on low beam.
Merging When traffic


permits, move out of the
right hand acceleration
lane of a multi-lane high-
way to allow vehicles easier
access from on-ramps.
Blocking traffic If you
are entering an intersec-
tion, do not block traffic. If
you can not exit, then don't
enter.
"Follow traffic laws, use
common courtesy, keep a
cool head and stay focused
on the road so you can
arrive to your destination
safely," said Jeror.


THEI Resident Manager on Site
IA5361 Timuquana Road
SSTO AGE Jacksonville, FL 32210

DBINi Call: 904-777-0868

Military ID g Month F331 1
Climate Controlled & Regulated Storage Units
H,,-, Self Storage
, !* :.,


PRIsR /H




TURNDOWNS


I S
- IFH..


you need...

Give us a try!

LOWER YOUR RATE,
LOWER YOUR PAYMENTS
AND GET THE CASH OUT
YOU NEED!

VA/FHA is not credit score driven
*Extenuating circa must be documented


Family TFirst
dMO RTGAGE CORP.

904-771-8000
6196 Lake Gray Blvd, Suite 103 Jacksonville,
rm


FL 32244


ax Air HeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006 23


I AAA ft \
:n=lr VVAAA,
F*Ln'AMM
--- A W- I EM
i E V 11 0 L E T


I-'.,- -


.. - - t-- .. -
At Jerry Hamm Chevrolet, you'll find People You Can Trust- before you buy and
after the sale. Let the Professional People Pleasers at Jerry Hamm Chevrolet help you.
With more than 500 years combined experience in the automobile business, let the
people, product and price at Jerry Hamm Chevrolet go to work for you today.
Old-fashioned values still work today at Jerry Hamm Chevrolet


JERYAMQAL


SAN A MVERICAN RIEVOa LI j e to il.N Advertisedpriceamount
includes pre-delivery service charge of $95.00. "2007 models Whichever comes first. See dealer for details, See dealer for rebate details.
,.4/
(Eg AZ


Are
H61i a *-:dRe n Now!
Ned d C'sh? fina ce


We Treat You Better


Whatever


_ -r I


4QOI








24 lax Air NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


SPORTS & STANDINGS


Basketball leagues forming
The Greybeard and Captain's Cup
Basketball Leagues are now forming. The
leagues are open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense person-
nel and selective reservists. Greybeard
games are played Tuesdays and Thursdays
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.
Flag football meeting
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 per-
sonnel. Commands having their athletic offi-
cer or designated representative attend the
meeting will receive five Captain's Cup
points. All interested personnel. should
attend the meeting to discuss rules and to
get the required paperwork to join the
league.


Basketball tourney slated
A 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament will be
held Dec. 11 at 5 p.m. at the NAS Jax Gym.
This is a Captain's Cup event and is open to
active duty, selective reservists and com-
mand Department of Defense employees
from NAS Jax. Teams are comprised of a
maximum four players from their respective
commands and can enter multiple teams.
Sign up by Dec. 8.
Sports officials and score-
keepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are also needed
for basketball. Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-
1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent
U.S. Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or
triathlons? The U.S. Navy will showcase


elite active duty men and women in regional
races. Uniforms are provided as well as
transportation, entry fees, and lodging
costs. Interested runners must compete in
a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs
of America) race and your time must be one
of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in a sanctioned race and your time
meets the regional qualifying time, contact
your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00


Women 24:00
10K
Women 46:00
Marathon
Women 4 hours
Triathlon
Women 3 hours


Men 34:00

Men 3 hours, 30 min.

Men 2 hours, 30 mid.


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


Tired of


Smoke?


TRY THE
TOBACCO CESSATION PROGRAM
AT THE WELLNESS CENTER
542-5292, EXT. 18


AUSTRALIA: Win a


trip through MWR

From Page 17


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United -
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has serv-
ice officers available Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 1-4
p.m. to help with claims. To
make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945.
The chapter also offers bingo
every Saturday at 10 a.m. The


public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired
employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at the Orange Park Library
on Plainfield Avenue in Orange
Park. For more information, call
276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht
Club is a members only club
open to all active duty,
reservists, retired military and
active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more
information, call 778-0805.
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.
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 "Wingnu
invite all those interested
motorcycling and motorcy
safety. They also have a we
get together at the Dairy Qu
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p
every Friday night. For mr
information, call 269-5369
visit .www.fllx.org.
.A U.S. Postage Stamp C
is forming and will meet the t
Wednesday of each monti
the USO on Mayport Road f
7-8 p.m. There is no cost of
For more information, call
Marquardt at 246-9932.
A free community Than
giving feast is being offered
the Murray Hill Baptist Chi
at 4300 Post Stre
Jacksonville for those who
away from family or have
place to go for the holiday I
23 from 11 a.m. to noon. To
for the event, please call 3
8531 for reservations.
The St. Augustine Fall
and Craft Festival will be I
this weekend from 10 a.m.
p.m. at the Special Events F
on Castillo Drive. For m
information, call (904) 8
0716.


Smith, Navy MWR's I.T.T. program manager. 'The con-
test is also being offered at participating Marine Corps
I.T.T. offices and Army Information, Tickets and
tts" Reservation (I.T.R.) offices."
d in To enter, MWR customers should visit www.ittaus-
ycle tralia.com now through Dec. 1 and complete the online
ekly entry form, which will be electronically forwarded to their
jeen chosen I.T.T. office for entry into the local contest. Each
p.m. local I.T.T. office's first place winner will then be entered
nore in the grand prize drawing.
9 or All entries must be received by close of business, local
time on Dec. 1 to be eligible for the contest. Customers
Nlub without Internet access should visit their local I.T.T. office
third to enter online. Each participating I.T.T. office will con-
h at duct their local contest Dec. 1-8. A list of participating
rom I.T.T./I.T.R. offices may be viewed at
join. www.ittaustralia.com. The drawing for the grand prize
Jeff will take place the week of Jan. 15 and the grand prize
winners will be notified by Jan. 24.
iks- For more information on the local contests, visit your
d by I.T.T. office. For complete rules and entry into the grand
urch prize drawing, visit www.ittaustralia.com.


eet,
are
no
Nov.
plan
388-

Art
held
to 5
field
ore
324-


MO GAGE&1:NVES~
5PBtiA1~lDFF1O.O~ &B'.DCR~IflC'ANS


Receni B;.rr.'rpicy -hFrcIlo.jwie IRep,'i OK~
Interedl OnN Negub~ .-NLomz.Lu.3n Loar. A,.~~~
ARNTs A, ailabIe
-Home Equir3 ReffinrcungA ..Llble
1 0. 15 21-. 30, a~nd 40L Year Cojn~entinal JLoan;
Ne%& C,,nsrucnon Loan'm AAble
Sell Employed.' No) Dcc Sr.ed 1n.:rrme Loam A-80riA'e K~ei th T Caxr son
Iw'jI, Loans


LFLASHDANCER'

^^^ooooooooooooooooooooooo





Thursday. November 16. 2006 25


IIII


'7


p


~v~Pi :~ ~ m~qb6-410_


r -


ORANGE PARK WILL SAVE YOU UP TO


AND PAY OFF YOUR TRADE*EME
PLUSNNO PAYMENTS TIL' FEBRUARY 2007 ON SELECT MODELS!


Hundreds of Quality Pre-owned Vehicles To Choose From!
Credit Problems? *WE CAN HELP! We Accept All Credit Applications! Q
A nt .7 T- l-.m _,_- __I- 'X.I C71 I7I7'i -Ii *r IL M


PAYMENTS BASED ON $2500 CASH DOWN OR EQUITY TRADE, 8.5% APR FOR 72 MONTHS WITH APPROVED CREDIT, 670 BEACON SCORE OR BETTER. PAYMENTS INCLUDE DEALER FEE OF $599 PLUS TAX AND TAG.
**DOWN PAYMENT MAY VARY. DEALER RETAINS ALL REBATES AND INCENTIVES. OFFERS CANNOT BE COMBINED.VEHICLES MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE DUE TO PRIOR SALE. COUR1024


ONLY AT ONE LOCATION:


COGGIN PONTIAC GMC BUICK OF ORANGE PARK
7245 BLENDING BOULEVARD. JACKSONVILLE FL 32244

*WITH APPROVED CREDIT. NEGATIVE TRADE EQUITY CARRIED OVER TO NEW VEHICLE CONTRACT.


Miill


/


I =0-


I


A


-dwpr A


7


r'


l -Ao PRAVAILABaWTO
MI'SELqT MODELS!





, 26 JaK Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


,.~ k7IIJ;fH


k'L~


IiONTIDA


PACKAGE


'di1


200B VOLKSWAGEN


ONLY


~lii~


2003CHEVROLETL
TRAILBLAZER P AY



OFF YOUR
EAT. 4 DOOR TRADE"
NLY $1 TRADE


HATCHBACK,
LOW MILES


TINTED
WINDOWS,
LOW MILES


AUTO,
WINDOWS,CD .


1.8 TURBO,
LEATHER,
SUNROOF, ALLOY
ig WHEELS


COUPE, V6,
TINTED
WINDOWS,
LEATHER,
SPOILER,
SUNROOF


0 --


AUTO,
LEATHER,
SPOILER, V6


vs -


SUNROOF
ALLOY WHEELS


GREAT SHAPE,
_ NEEDS YOU


S LIMITED,
SUNROOF

if.


HARD TO
ALLOY
WHEELS,
RUNNING
BOARDS, CD,
TOW
* .2


SUNROOF, -
ALLOY
WHEELS

dab iT' 400B BL111 i* *i*ir


NEW BODY
STYLE, 51MPG


AUTO, '
BED LINER


SNEW BODY
STYLE, 100,000
MILE
WARRANTY


CHROME
WHEELS,
SUNROOF,
LEATHER,
SPOILER
F m-,T:


LEATHER,
SUNROOF,
ALLOY
WHEELS


ALL CREDIT r

APPLICATIONS

ACCEPTED!
THIS WEEKEND!,


2006oo PNTuAw- |I
G6




POWER WilIDOWS POWER LOCKS, AUTOMATIC
ONLY 14,9881


005OS T
CEL


A


WITH WHEELS
ONLY $18,995


GET THE GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES!


COGGIN HONDA On Atlantic
11003 Atlantic Blvd.
Toll Free: 866.672.0000
www.cogginhondajacksonville.com


Prices plus tax and tag, $599 dealer delivery fee included. *Negative equity applied to new loan balance. Artwork for illustration purposes only.


I O I


I i


LEATHER,
DUAL POWER
DOORS


,v


AUTO,
CD, AM/FM

oo='


DIESEL,4X4,
WEATHER, CREW
CAB,
LOADED


r,


2.1


OG:G


AUTO,4X4,.


-1-


77`


rol


wF


/zz








Ja Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006 27


/
/


I
Ii


)


PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD


CLASSIFIED INDEX


BY PHONE 366-6300
Mon.-Thurs. 7:30a.m.-6:00p.m.
Fri. 7:30a.m.-5:30p.m.
Toll Free 800-258-4637
BY FAX 904-359-4180
IN PERSON
Many people prefer to place classified
in person and some classified cate-
gories require prepayment. For your
convenience, we welcome you to place
your classified ad at The Florida Times-
Union from 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.,
Monday-Friday at One Riverside Avenue
(at the foot of the Acosta Bridge).

Deadlines

Thursday Tue, Noon Tue, 11 a.m.
Please note: Fax deadlines are one hour earlier.
Holiday and Legal deadlines vary and will be sup-
plied upon request. Cancellation and correction
deadlines are the same as placement deadlines.


%/& 5 904-366-6300

CANCELLATIONS, CHANGES & BILLING
Ad Errors Please read your ad on the first day of publication. We accept responsibility for only the first incorrect
insertion and only the charge for the ad space in error. Please call 366-6300 immediately for prompt correction and
billing adjustments.
Ad Cancellation Normal advertising deadlines apply for cancellation. When cancelling your ad, a cancellation
number will be issued. Retain this number for verification. Call 366-6300.
Billing Inquiries Call the Billing Customer Service Department at 359-4324. To answer questions about payments
or credit limits, call the Credit Department at 359-4214.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Advertising copy is subject to approval by the Publisher who reserves the right to edit, reject or classify all advertise-
ments under appropriate headings. Copy should be checked for errors by the'advertiser on the first day of publica-
tion. Credit for Publisher errors will be allowed for the first insertion for that portion of the advertisement which was
incorrect. Further, the Publisher shall not be liable for any omission of advertisements ordered to be published, nori
for any general, special or consequential damages. Advertising language must comply with Federal, State or local
laws regarding the prohibition of discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations. Standard
abbreviations are acceptable; however, the first word of each ad may not be abbreviated.


,, The anchor indicates the ad is a FREE Fleet MarketAd placed by military personnel.


Auctions 200's


Real Estate for Rent 400's


Financial 550-570


Employment 700's


Merchandise 900's


Transportation 1200's


ONLINE
Classified line ads are online at jaxairnews.com

FREE online advertising!
Your Classified in-column ad automatically appears online at
no additional charge.


E


FLEMING ISLAND 4/2, ARGYLE FOREST DOWNTOWN Newly
1886sf, private road, no 8049 ColonnadeCt. 3/2, NORTHSIDE JULINGTON CREEK E'ec' remc.ae.lea I +DLndOIe T E RENT & SELL ange Park
feesor restricti ons, 1600e+sf, convertedgar, HIGHLHANDS AREA Home 3200sr. 4 '3. ,ocr. .ark ILE HOMES Tonhouse-2 /1.5,a
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE $1000builders move In ciose toNjAS JAX Fairway, LEASE.PUnCH. .".. .=..s9,:q.j .saaIq lc.EHOME .I2top condition,ogreat
Happy Ads All real estate adver allowance. 765 Florida $164,500. For details, [1Livingroom, d n- $2250.2750 Jeank1-irt Cah 69..25S I ndion, ge
Lost and Found rising in this newspa St. $239k o100%fin. 716-7766 Call Christina starner0 Ing room combo., den, R e a I 61 3 5010.. NORTHSIDE h,3hrlanea neighborhood, 15
Clubsand per s subject to tshe 904-214-6296 Keller breakfast room, 545 1278 Baker County J 5 -. in minutesro ASJAX,
Chair Housing Act which Green Cove Springs 4/2 Williams First Coast RIty In-ground 10; ( icayaoCoun, 9n8a. .hmeat.he efberaom D/NASC- a
aOrganizationss Iga swinool Clay COunty ; as sa5 s8-2 homes at the beach! D/P (904)386-0207
Rides/ravel advertisetanyprefer plumbing electricc. ARGYLE- Hawks2111nt Approx. 1200 sscft a Cunty RIVERSIDE Beauful CRebecc 249-9546 BR
Notices crimination based on www.sellorlease2us.com .85 acre lot/fence, shed, $115,000. ne/ly ren.l d auoaolex-
Perns race, color, religion, uit '0. Owner reio- Buyer pays ilassau Count ,erde ,I ..
Persoalsex, handicap familial GREEN COVE Ready to coating. $259,900. closing costs.fr NSS" lty ne ror Ie -3000 o A H ot
Dangandstatus, or naonal or move In! 3/2, 1620sf, DW. Cil or 502-4177 CaPuta C n Coty Greai irneii .330K n. Nice 3/2 Dbi. Low d/p.
Entertainment gin or an intention, to acre, private lot. $95,000. Cll 777 0223 or 502 4177. Call 389-8541 04 31 094 Lo monthflyf
make any such prefer FINANCING 866-471-2005 ARLINGTON, FOR SALE APPLING COUNTY St. Jts County Springlield orecc-- Call 249 954
Discrimination MIDDLEBURG NO OR RTO EZ Qualifying. NORTHSIDE- Owner ior. non., c2 oc 0Xc) rra irrl 'i6 Warlnrt' A FLEMING ISLAND gated
Familial status BANK QUALIFYING. 580credit scores. $50 d givesyou $1000to mov Or omm4/2 v rdin rm

adpeopled ocurilden garage, 1.14 acre, 2099sf, lot 90x120, 4x2.5, 5512 Alto 3/n $698mo be subdivided i1mi Ca garage, newly remod-
S*ALL EXPENSES PAID* cutder 18. o new construction, appis & extras. MLS 1035 W. 8th St. 3/2 $698 -5. 5mi 'a Jo A.rpori A 3 OR 4 BR ON I OR MORE eled $1050m 904-236-3519
Many Loving Families This newspaper will beautiful and very pri- MLS#323862. 904-744-5968 3126 Thomas, 3/1 $698 ;2400iacre l';i223.-i,71 A ACRES. 1Q0% FINANCING
You Select The Family not ingy pt vote location. $215,900. OR 904-742-0823 You Own WOODBINE GA 4 opts SEYCOR RLTY 4774225 OR MIDDLEBG/Siver
Jacksonville, Attorney ano advertwiin or real 904-626-0830 Call Builder 716-7766 , BEACH building, 1603 Bendell JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET Creek 4/3, brick, new,
Michael Shorsein ewhich1.Isnfor ralBEACH Neptune, 3/2.5 '.OuoAeaA Great Beach Buy Ave. $2060mo income, comm pool, great schis
348M40 hor 8086n4 ta o h in viola ORANGE PARK 3br/2ba, 2500sf REMODELED, Southside 3/1, 2+ car gar NEW JARDIN DEMER $210,200 912-269-3240 SELLING YOUR $1325mo. ChrIs 7427486
348-ton of the law. Our 1700sf, newly renov, LR, secluded neighborhood FSBO 3628 Cedar Or RelEte CONDOS MOBILE HOME? NORTHSIDE
readers are hereby DR, kit, FL rm, ofc rm 8 Owww.Infoube.net/15592 CE -H CEL. &TI. TOF HOONew Eag H 2 +
NO HAGGLING ALL dwelling advertised in 9 4entrance9 Bla3K $149,900 904-571-4300 YCR LST or Assume Loon.730606 en 1890 A on
AREAS AND PRICES. this newspaper are rvW Green Cove Springs SUHS IDE H .,r 2 ot o6 As um 0 0 lay. Availabnl
REALNET OF NE FL4 INC available on a equal Magorets Walk Subv. S U H ITHEsEEaLCuHu2-6_0RtI. "ealer /mm aculA l s
0-AS-IS-NOW ouniy ORAGE ARK NewListing Exquisite 100% Financing Bnkrpcy, BRADFORD CO. 3C r. r. Lots and..
IOcmplain of dis 100% Financing- Bnkrpcy, 4br/3ba, 2500+sf home. Self EMF, inves.'t OK. to Jax, 2 hms 25 ae.o. no5 Ia PC6.
crimination call HUD Self EMP, Invest OK. Pool, pond, nature pre- Mark 904-233-4231 ponds, lots mof barn ApP.904-2412270 2469268 A e ORANGE PARK orona
toll-free telephone Mark 904-233-4231 serve & view of St Johns garages, small aue
@ oel ik.K eo ...l :li -
7.9 billion n um b e r a t River from back Yd. All SOUTHSIDE-Sweetwater tr sn BEACHES Joa-uor., .1-
1-800-669-9777. The ORANGE PARK -4/2, amenities of Fleming Is[ by Del Webb 55+ comm. road access, all or Darl .,-r' orE ioCuzi upgraD
Isthe economic Cypressonlake, ds 9045099126forIo Fin, -Sale AS upgrades
toll-free telephone owner gives you $1000 to Plantation! $429,900e Cypress on lake, upds 04-09-9126for ino Olrn c,3 NASSAU CLAY, a DUVAL .IJ0,oCcoil 904 236-9689
impactof the number for the hearing move in. 100% fin. Call Christina Starner 0 $427K Broker/Owner 377-2364 gara.ie o6'i"K i.r soale a .rn-y L, OR..A..G E.PA pR.K..g
Sm a i r e d I s All new, $165k. 110 9042146296 Keller Wi- Shadowlawn- 2 on or J ,.)l Co I .:.r.i ORANGE PARK clean
military in Northeast 1-800-927-9275 S. Hercules 716-7766 liams First Coast Rity Westside-3/1, gar, tile, acre, FL room -0.-'.c.,~i. s~I 7's,) C.aV Coity : Coil Mr. Leas 583 385 3 2 ,en vd Icar ear
wd Firs, lots of extras, breakfast ncCo r 736mo2e''cC 9000
Florida and Southeast WATERFRONT, 4465 intracoastol West FSBO Close to N.A. 145K. large fenced rd BeochJck onvlle -DUay County a .vmn pen 591.32
Georgia.Cedar Rd, 2700sf, 3br/ Beach/Mayo. 390K obo4akrga, 30 mr.r, r-L, 3-DuvalCoa u ..O00
VIMi @ 902-729-Z.5 2 a 11 Co1 1-, Orange
Advertise in the 2 lft boathouse w/dock & study, 600sf storage bidg, All P y n. c .C oll Na Su aty
milita publications etski lift, +ac 850K 1/2ac fenced, 904-651-7687 ance .rn Pa0 5ark.BR2Bg
distributed at the INTRACOASTAL WEST WESTSIDE, FOR SALE 5 .292 -i05 PCS S. Joors County -. sheria riokup
D v lC u t-1430sf, 3/2, beaJllvul,,O,.3(1"0 ...R. ....3-. ... Fire ae, n. l ub. &
flayCuty- remod, quiet cu'-a.- 7 rsTO roo Bea.ch-Jacksonville ssecuritasaem triage,
local bases inHo el reread, que 1 k Be- ie :. OR O a90diaS.nced
T o advertise RrSa e Julington Creek bs ao.nar re OW, U S t..a6 ........t l. O.ofh ..- -,s vora. Coil IAu).542.3531
Tor adverAise forLES e HOME FOR AUCTION ii n,,nr ......... . Orange Park
AgPleaseycallSeeRLnoc STcilos 6Oyears oldF Obr/4bAo 2W 5 SS Tohn4W d ...o. R-sG .. r OR 5 2 car garage
e0055 Brldgecreek Dr. 3/2, 2car-arMAN, ua s102 at. .e J LorSJl'nctureo hpo 2&Se ST 6 PR
904-359-4336 Settlers Landn togP-. 425K. $297K or oam cas,0 -0 . ... ,2 D j .r C ba-e rno .':m0R. ng
S 3/25$159,900 x tNAS.$213, 50, reasonable ofler .-d n .c a.o Baker Waterfront i, -i JJi.OU EFFINGHAM o i i4monm. 605107i
Felin or retalo Cal "u,.dn. .'...ooe MANDAR26NOaeNI cI l L
a 0 0 Orange Park/sFleming tIsl Fridetln a r inspection Sat. 6 a Waterfrorn+ 2 662 acre rc in I
Fax 90466123. C rL69900. Cstir Cu( C ay Wa eronte B BEA ACH JACKSONVILLE r. n '.. re ORANGE PARK Re
o s Ivi te. LI or. ir. > Corom r.(
I The Meadows 42 9942146296 Keller Sun. 11Home /1 llpm m E AFl r 1 r-, .ir a hr Counl, rea' : : Oak; SUDO 3 c2 2 car
Tangewood 3/2159,900 sFirst Coast RIty o will be so d ESu l ie. Corce. ichen dse omen nl garremoe conirl ipc.


Call Frank 904-29;.J:e6 DUE&T IDE I 52': J "Lu:"I rL.'j i'j 8 -I Coll HIdam a0 Coroer Oakleaf Plantation.
Bill D asnight31 H IH- MTR I DUnLEA DREPON BLOWNOUT Pumam WOceanfrontr l 8-.o 93 8 .9m 5a 0ui". uOeasa--ru.
NEEDALAWYER? Mandarin3/2$204,90 ARGYLE NO BANK AND BEST BIDDER WESTSIDE olnrounded reub,51. m



Iemberr1AAA Attore from $1025m-$1400m beautifulRhomew/FL'd. .deINl CInI n O. SSlmner aoancdyd

Svc-8-73-5342,24 HRS. For Info cD4rec.e(904)20176 MANDARIN 3, SporMEs 2C. n',. assau Oceanfront ,, T INTRACOASTALWESTn a 1-62 136819
;lr : --.6)y-6 6 r ndradee9 wolsonreml.ycorp.com 904uC40 30 it,7617-3 8 o. i8o o 0 a oo2:z:0orA Ont y r. Le is a-., oaT E LE r on5 U
i/ 5s0crn p orch. S$ 5 Nac .-uWaefr CCLu. F 'r -''5r.. ...... i ''n . a co-i ,- .d C &S ai 6.ORANGE.PARK


S W If you're buying, fenced. 169,500. 9WateR nt CiolerRais...rp LCaor BProadrie..' oA r*e .9New&Ready.l
S$279,000ea. sr $1Ila .. '3.o3 ...... 270 5166 07 i R C + 2 9 a r 1a nF rS l
Military Relocation Specialist for4or Leasefor$17-40.6t"o ,u crTiu ,-,, itJo. ..vce...TntoEGENC 'nal, Mcino:h Coin,,-,GmO


MaoCrhidUe SaMaiaRymer 46a 1942 St.JohsInitroasa' C.SCor.Ihlu6l, rorou. O GiRANGEPAaRK.on*a
Crn U rREIMAXSPECIALISTSn u,'rWesIsde.On ,geor E a.om l ,garfncdydlawn

nraed.tsn.,. rng drestucco, newP a aint r .. m.....................SOUTHSIDE.-a' area iiOan n g ren

ab fenced. $169o,500 J69Wsssde ,a r a I' iC i na.,cLac, Co.il Beuc uo 1& 7 1ro80 ole Roaio R ente -
IfO urbyingf1,500a stJofAramal0Walvlngterfron/dlrng ARiN N-Lr ai. C r D cn P9 pr. Frned W ont l

DOw S' l ,'pSr. A BFullSerh.Pnle Verage T slen o.mntRdu S.a' T.sads' AarmenaIe *
giveTMENoTSot QUALIFYING. .or WESTSIDe ,ww.csallfh.cm WESIDE Or.- P.Srk



SJh m $Coy 429U 7 S EAT-sB s. mark '- ANGELO BUYSn cir n


B-Ipn c - -h, .... ..... MurryHIl Orange.1 P 3. DON BROWN REALTY D AN WEit bai iru12 . uI 9 DY 7
(a.P KimbeCt mvaue-. d)0-1)s-IHb d emingIsandEpui-ic lel, 5-5iiORn571.1'7 M:eeor:I Orange calo
Lableurlocte Mo-W C e 2 C r ; Cant L fe Bd n 6o' Rm toRe
saIERAPARKWAY)3BR/2-B011 or.n ingioi'.8ding ,0 ro Ril an Hall tITU NHEDBDOAWnComaYn400/month. all utils-


Hurr--. i..-om c C h 2.. ton aties included, also hove
'Ce-''iIhBMfiaelCounty


iN O Wi- ., it .i1- - - -r wd--- n sne. om cd .ile o= -lClayCo Bty
in3-2Br-kerage OceanfnAND FoRe SALE H OAN f-.*s Panl Vedra BeachCOZY Duoval County



-...akoCvilCWWW.CCI07thec.ief ........Tomc .......DABLWHPnACE,
n ich irndH -p j o r T-1-5 her -< -,7 .3 ho7ah -^, a crea'i,,j&A Ful Servicen Brok era ge a'G u_ NESlOI1nty
Be"Muprery..s...-hHi.illZ- r ,,au- CaB OWR.' C w l ehi amIadbe.." 22.LTANGELO BUYS

(a i KimberIag Gaul0 62. R-9orM5rr Hil l 57- u1n.' O BRODNA EALT Y Sale araleairSLjohnsCounty HOUSESLCASHL' ont
:'- n izre'iniisn a 0 'cr r Iai, l d ca n ta or


-. '4 urli 2.1 i-2hri( CR21I1 Wt7*,)'rT NORTHSIDE '*.oar,.rng. r, c.:,cul.r F rosin P rke CLAY DUVAL. NASSAU 904-626-1636 Unfuri l shed
*KSs-ilbr'- ton Lakes Estate C ,.,. 3 o Bke Coty Lao u ,ty: p:,, 904-813-5253 Beach Home Rentals
BDirec line: C0 .36.3')i Celh 904-607-1446 ,'_H corner lot 1352SF Ii e.s. m nr, upr cD ,i,.:..- OPEN HOUSE nlt 0 MCo .E. Pa f6.-e
aill Fret: 1-866-b03.-366 ext.1549. Coi ..... '" n "' call 904-773-3048 -ircCraised eoie-*:'".,n'r OPENS:00 THOUSE Cay s CollS LMrR.Lii .a65 $ RB
8:r0- :0r 60 aard. T S ATTN SELLERS $N I OAKS
O R R T OoE Q uoe al, r, ',. *l^'. '- ina G E O R G E IS L A N D N iO V N U SE L L Ce panr & S 're .' A ll O KDo
O580 credit scores. s-3 n suma' r ee19.'f o t. N assu County o F e
ria3/o 1/2 acre, Far. Of BEACH Gat $1,200,000. 9 M1D R H o mus rished
0: o 's ai e3 nl '' 1 D S S ccrRo TL CsllMr Bra mdley Aotsfortment-.
SM Northside San Malee ob canni na .s Maasircc -an Re Countyb 67 1(629o0 291-30 nucfuaWe
3/15, 1200s, nev. neral --randut, ne- ro 'r r. ur r or 1,MIDDLE BURG H mes
O Qui -loVS, ari Rean i nrok SA GEiATBU M Gi 4r Se Home on o Large Wooded Mobile Homer
-00 $149,90036Soutela Chad marsh & iWC. Kayeck to CALot. $875/ MoY Must.0Se6i Arentat
SNORTHSiDE Brl ck 2300sf Neumann 904.219.7539 best fishing in N.E. Fla. I Leu sh
het c3/2 on 1/2 acre, iooIst ancnOffered at $1,200,00I na County MIDDLEBURG- Communites
228K0 .71 a c lot w/dock On on 1r.25 a ...In Aartments Ti alsto hue
Mlddleburg/ KesoeysL.otforRet
Hr0a0f $075,000. AI Hr 1 16/2.5 $980 Down. $749 MO. Furn1-shed Wanted to Rent
Down. Sar wilp7conteVed 5 HEC R Twnhse nr Monument Rd. Save Thous nds arm ts
sellehInaort wleaPept o D-370 Reduced $130K. Club CALL (904) 291-2735 Unfurnished.
Renovated. 407617.1721 cabinets, wine cooler, BA $455,003, hse w/pool. 904-945-3287AO4. O N ON OR M
u c6tl&0.-granite pass through, 3BOAConcrete 8k A 3 ORN
NORTHSIDE- 4/2 Central whirlpool tub, new roof. H, 'iR ,R +d. er- in ACRES 1k0ig FINHANoCING DupleeTonlomes
ChDuCStarter Home $99,900 Coil Randy Brat 0 USA GREAT BUY vl unty, JON6ALE8E7 L IIOUT lM E C Hous
3436 Soutel Dr Realty Mart 904-213-8287 ,-in ae-o .'a~r.' e-------------------------------------------------------Unfurnished Arlington
0u Doab H, j.fvinome oLotsforfRent
o aContact your VA DAN JONES oProperty*Mbl HornmenLs

S3 Home Loan Expert- & Assocites For Sale ,lEurg/K Restntaon
Laurie M.MPotter InC, a" mt 500.'th "Low ODsP A Retirement
1t ;mtg. lt 5YNCM (USN Ret) DClay Coun$30 DUVAL CLAY & NASSAU (orURent
-vL ,S1,neo B.'- F,$40u, Roommates AVONDALE 1/0 $4959
Historic Avondale "refinancing? Contact Nassau County Coil Mr. Ls.... Sio-74 Wanted to Rent AaNte Rnlued389-3

APARTMENTS73-5ns d sCo HOdEte$widCl oandy....-.ar "0SAG'STBUS.Jon0 Couty nE i BELLSTU T. SNEhsode00WeFr hd-.
APAR ENTEma3:ou tte.Or R conventionaltloans. rt.904-2Ca-7.F.S5o ', ne ,, for rent furn/unfur-nwk,
Hurry Hurry Hurry -7-WehsiuBsdBuyI'D e! I St.JohnsCounty lduor Emm month.n90U.302-BE5ACH
a laurlepotter unl ei St.JohnsLCounty
5103-2aSanJoseptuvdBech( 0a)24 1B aed'e 'a0u c Wal Inl elS U... LUXURIOUS
Jacksonville, FL 32207 sroeLo nEp r-Ii IdForSaleIfRent asi 'IIN
8:30-5:30 w M-FV"e N "- Tiiot.RAAIN'nL0--.:. .............. OCEAN OAKS 249-5611


AFFORDABLE
J LARGE

1,2,3 BEDROOM
HOMES


(94)84 -92 C280


Getting Transferred?
When you need real estate service, (.ilj i ruciur wih r uin ..
experience. I'd love 10 help make h ir.mnsu:,n 11- ...tr' --. '.
H4 t$449,500
a ut eeevat/ Country Club. Shows Like A Model. Many
o Upgrades Including GE Monogram Stainless Steel
Appliances & 42' Cabinets. Also Spacious Walk-In
Kimberly Gault, REALTOR' Pantry, Wine Chiller, Separate Irrigation Meter,
Watson St. Johns (C.R.210) Whirlpool Tub In Master Bath & Custom Window
S Treatments. Property Recently Won Yard Of The
Month. Private Large Lot With Woods/Wetlands In
Irecluine: 904-436-1349 *Cell: 904-607-1446 Back Of Property. 50' TV Is Negotiable. Call
oll Free: 1-866-603-7366 ext.1349 .....- 710-7816. MLS#337588


OPEN HOUSE 9 I
SATURDAY SEP. 18th 12-3
6848 London Bridge
3BR 2BA $145,000
Only 10 Minutes from NAS!
Directions- From 1-295,
E on 103rd, L on Harlow,
L on London Bridge.
Lorry Williams 904-458-2057
RE/MAX SPECIALISTS
www.LorryWilliams.com


--I~--sa -U ":: Al-r -'en---II-*- L_~slbl


__~1


I -


rl


I









28 Jax Air NOWS NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


.Jacksonville Beach
Marsh Landing, 1/1
condo, 842 sf, South
Jax Beach, newly
renovated. Call
Anna:904- 386- 5944





Northside Newly Renov
2/1, 1000sf, w/fPI, 4548
Notter Ave. HUD OK,
$650+dep 61993164644 or
904.356-9708
, NORTHSIDE
$575-$780'
1, 2 & 3 BR's Avall
904-757-0240
As lev Pork Ap .
'--5

SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Speciall
CALL 398 -9492



SOUTHSIDE;
Welcome Military
THE GARDENS AT
LAKEWOOD
APARTMENT
COMMUNITY
Proud Participant in
the Rental Housing
Partnership Program
Ibr from $542
2br from $627
Beautiful Southslde
area in Lakewood,
located at the corner
of University Blvd. W.
and San Jose Blvd.
Pool, on site laundry,
pet friendly, profes-
slonal management &
maintenance, on bus
line, walk to stores.
Call today 904.737-6576

AIESTSIDE .or r;lA.h
2 -..a WVID coenn 5665io
Ir-,& in SnecIGol Seaoalor

WESTSIDE 149 Srec der
Special iBR. 14.140
Coall 388- 7117
'VESTSIDE
;BR DUPLEX FENCED YD,
NO WD HOOKUP. QUIETI
REF REQUIRED i.9i 77 6697


2 PFFIIt MO\RENT.
/ Planttrs W.l.


BAYMEADOWS 2VI lake
front, 1st fir, Indry hkups,
fpic, no pets/smoking.
$975+util. 904-200-6446
INTRACOASTAL WEST
gated 1/1, 1st fir condo
on Hodges & JTB,
$850m0 Call 904- 705- 2381
MANDARIN FREE
RENTI Beautiful wooded
community in the heart
of Mandarin. 1, 2, and 3
bedroom condominiums
priced to lease at Oasis
of Mandarin. Contact
usat904- 262- 33551to
schedule your tour today.
, ORTEGA-
Condo on Ortega
River, 2 BDRM, 1I
S BA. washer/dryer,
rongelret micro/,oa .
Wafer irciuaea Amenl.
lie Is 11 cenler, bo. coni
center oulside grill,
CIU ,Pool 0 v cabanos
&v. aOlkrig aIh, Call
699. 29.1
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
OCEAN GROVE / L-LOlI l
Overlooks pool, on lake,
Must rent, $900m.
Andy 904.588-4295;
Ken 904.251-5370
SOUTHSIDE 2BR/2BA,
MONTREUX, gated,
pool fitness, Indoor gym,
no pet. $1100mo + dep.
lease/ purchase option.
Call 941- 468- 6309
4, Westside-Nature's
Hideaway 3B R/2BA,
S Gated pool,W/D,
small pet okay.
$1000 month + deposit.
Call 904- 620- 0357. ,




ARLINGTON lie.-. 2-
Er-a Ur.-l Cor,. 10 Toa
I l075'.mo j NFL Reanl,
.erv-ice !i- 1!i8
MANDARIN 4219 Winter
Park Ct. 2/2.5, fpl, pond
In bk yd, $900mo, 1st mo
+ sec dep. 904- 292- 2059
MAYPORT DuDpe ci.r
2o., Tron i or.:n. Irg
pOaio ock id lvel0n-,
ail ill IncI I8', 686
4. WESTSIDE
2 &R 2 BA Tnr.r,-c
V -W D noOnu.c. polio.
or c.., iir l r. rI.,.
7, -2 deposli.




ARGYLE I/2. SPLIT BDRMS
VAULTED CLUGS. AVAIL 12.-i
110O PETS HIIS HERS C AlliTIES
REF REQ 1050 O 66'.ii9
ARGYLE


90--- 8- LR. DR FAMILY ROOM
SPLIT BDRM, FENCED YD
REF REQ 0995t00 l7788 697
SArlington rer.I lo On
Fair.ro,/. F=ore r2
Remord 32 200,)0. ra 0
rincl a, LR. DR. 2 car
gar. $15O0m 904- 887- 441i


M Arlingion
rn.'.oa r. terie : iar
oa 1,R.76e reu ra
i.-.rounarO C R' ,or
aorve o a Cal Rgo r
,.1edgg 9s.0I 2I-I- ,65

ARLINGTON 32 10050P,
,oc,. IDI. fen id 2 carol
garaDe. cor,.er. er, rl /
IOC 511 ufml 90.- 21. 861,
Arlington Queens Harror
GOIf, ,ocnl cormm. 3 5
2.50mrn Jamet Daniels
Realr9 9., 486- 'U.11
AVONDALE I CH&A
Sa n +Ku. rol. 'encea a
i6Tr.'m(-u -I- 1W9 aep g193
jean 5i CaOl l36d 193
AVONDALE 32 i995
cn&a I':LuSF Ofac H'I-
Fir: Kci E Q 'wD HMr. Fr.:n
VANSANDT RE 3693540
AVONDALE Z -1 79S :r. a
,?j1. H n,' iloar: goraoge
rr rano o.sR r..., 9r.eo
VANSANDT RE 3693: 0
AVONDALE 2,1 ':750
cr.d ao lceO1 iorare rnce
d r .eo? r,.a0 .lu,0, l,,:
VANSANDT RE 36i 3540
BEACHES Jack: -or.ille
Grea- uo Ben Iccol.or.
slepL 'o ire oceoar..
lV.8605 32 z3uiumo or
ohr ;aOle ,uu Cal
.04. 33B- 0A /I1. 1S,2-
Eagle Harbor area 3 2.
re c r ale., cr K- lae h
*I r n .0a IA 6 :1
ili Ouno 5,)2 6i1 .2',.26
Kernan Forest TH 3. 2.5-
oaice. i 7705 f. 11C..aorn
l3ke 1./cscrnr p-i 20..'o.
SL350m Jeff262 9359
MANDARIN 10540( Castle
brook Dr. 3/2, bEduliful
FL, rt, 2 car garage,
FP 1 Ig lled kIltFR. lots
of storage, short drive to
NAS5 great schools.
346-4410 S1285/mo.
MANDARIN 3.a 2 car gar
FP -- + cona. aec
10.3rl -rro,fr Lak i 10:2
ma A.ll no.n ''2. 063('
MANDARIN To.,r,orre
3 3 2 0630 s I -I .r tc.i
c Ar 10 ': ';,I
dermer.r i0u' m rLm:,-
- 4" 12 1 I'7I/ 6ic urOl
NORTHSIDE .mallo Je.%
- 3 2 COr gor dc,.-., AC
cormmr pc-ul ; i i'0 9,
,i .01,2 8i3 9".- iW6
NORTHSIDE irjCF, lr
rnh single am rnore.
S 2. o rice, close O '94 &
R M.ver CI/ iMall OroxAx
1i5 20 ml Ro fo.c, or
S10lRjm 9,- 66- 2J-75
NORTHSIDE rnr.i 1I O,a,,r,
remoa 3/,1 w/new rooT.
fen yd, detached gar
Call 783- 6888 or 783- 6777
& Northslde
Short drive to
jMayport. 3BR/3BA,
1509 sf, Reduced to
sell; $225,900. Southern
Style Realty 472- 7800

NORTHSIDE Snviela
Oak i 1 2, 2 car gor, C,
* 130.2mnc. l + ljl-' s c
cf.o Call 92.1- 31. 34a,?
A 171- i| :I &I111- 0lf~~.].


NORTHSIDE 2 & 3 1o 0
in2 ;iM 11 rn.e 'n.00
J T- e0jC. t, -IuO
Greg ',6- ;i90

rATTN:.RENT]RS:5
GREAT OMES
SEEKING GREAT
PEOPLE .
-H'. ily Remodeled -
RExcellent Prop. Moem
'.P9Jr Rental Rates. -
| '''SMdvfln Specil
I, ti. No tll d-B- Pl 0 n,.
M5urro HIll ARr4! 5

1 1060.lifdo13 Drt' 1,.
91 5'6& Nth loo Or
7041I Alan AV4e 3/1$7. *
MurrY Hgr
04821 LouiSa Terr Y1 $775'
1 =135 Stlimson 51 3&1 5
ORTEGA 1 1 Collage S59i
,.aa nu 00r0uraq coz
lcor sno. onra rocer.'
VANSANDT RE 3893540
4 Orlega area.Ricker
Ridge 3 2, vrcE 3
cocrara or -nl.
e: ir,- ,a a '. D

Orlega Venelia lnra -
UO:A. 9 Ownr. OurIor d
ir.9 r'igr~lr4,rr 0 Cr, a
r,. rio I nca o a inc
Ia .n : r .-' ce. Cali
Son Jose de:'2
I, AH ll.:.r. l.0
36R i -6-. Large
ornil, room. dlrh..
.roo our.lorr, e0" ar.
Krcl',-r, oopllOnc. renli
16.) .)Az- 10if
SAN JOSE 4I 2.5 22005i.
nra.r.o 11Fc.c a nkur.
:cr .n .rcrr, -r.rc c bK',d

SEABOARD AVE 3,2 1895
S I Car o r ,:r,&a
ill Eaula C.,.<=l.d sac.
VANSANDT RE 3893540
4 Soulhslde
.on Poola Rooa
21 OpCllOhr,c.
i rc iluea r, oro .codO
,loor aorne 12. I acre
lol0 lujrrd. jnl.rr.
-i)m.e monlh reguilaole
"1-. i.0., leoa.e rnc og
Soulhside 3 ) 3 oar near
&,acn B *1a lefen .0 5or.
aoe.a.all li, rom ?s +
'/.j.- 5r 3a'n'90 42'2

i or $t3B9:0 DO OA2Mb'deF
$6 0 Joh. 516.9662709
WESTSIDECedar Hills
Spacious 3/2+bonus,
remodeled, Ire screened
porch, very nice. 545.6201
WESTSIDE 3/2, 2000SF,
screen patio, cul- de- sac,
fenced yd, pool, tennis.
$16D00Mo 904- 759-L 6641.
WESTSIDE NEAR OP
2/1 SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP. $595
3BR1BA, GARAGE,
FEN. YD, WD HKP. $795
QUIET. REF REQ. 778-2897


Westside i mir,. 0o N4S.
3 1 S nice area. CH-L..
W D hOOKUP COrnoar'
I8360 rno 9,049106212
WHITEHOUSE ie 3,2
2 230051. talC. cn'm
p0I,. d 11500mo
Call 661 70'- 7B68
WS.Lakeshore 2/1 1695
carport fenced &d nnu
ch&o-nea oainT,muST c
VANSANDT RE 3893540
1.500 Down U OWN
All Areas lUt MO. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Holline 388-1208





ERA
REAL ESTATE
Dan Jones
& Associates, Inc
(904) 757-3466
vnm,- ERADAMJONES com
.ni c-i on
Coraojmlnlluml
i, .' 3 & BeroomI
i00 !1525
Ir mei
F3110I/llngq "re--
No3rIniWde
Oceonwav
Donrtown
Arlingqon
Argy'le
Wes siilr-
CALL 757 -3466
FOR OUR
RENTAL SPECIALS
www.ERADANJONES corn




ARGYLE e.er 3 BR'i
DA' on 0ri.-ole lot 4+
.cnis (bou 190. mo
I o HIUD Greg 3'6 Si90
ARLINGTON 2.'
%.75mno $475 dep.
Nopels, no smoking.
904 646-5190



ARLINGTON Lrg lurn or
I C 1 .5j.K il Inci
Call Tor., ': ili!
Soulhside 2 2 Prl. rBa
Clean. NJS. i.2 u tll 1495
+ 100 d p 004- 865- 969
SOUTHSIDE jamei il,.
4 ; a90ea :.00aD -0um
u l ir.' je, 0698
SOUTHSIDE Need
roomrr'mole i 5Omo nice
nurre- Col 6,:,6 i551
WESTSIDE- Do, ,,or.er
furr, rm, ori. o L ool.
r. i-'2m I ill ,'7. 595!


PRIM=


FM
*3500


*$3500


All Military Is Approved

*3500 DOWN = $199/MO. WAC

904-645-5700

www.northfloridaauto.com


8336 Beach Blvd.


Jacksonville, Florida


me-


ma *L 9,,., ~p


O0



!I


*

* -





o.







0-


* -


4m -


-. -~


-


* -~






* ~-


- -


* Q .


-~ --


0 -e -


0 - -


N


,9


7


ours




Besides protecting our


country, military



personnel stationed in



our communities


donated 505,907



hours of volunteer



service in Northeast



Florida and Southeast



Georgia last year



Their time was given



to community



organizations, church


groups, youth



activities, scouting



and more.




For advertising


information,



please call


904-359-4336,


Fax 904-366-6230.






Thank you!









*8AfRW


THE


NS MAYPORT. FLORIDA




irror


Periscope
K I NE B AY, E RED IA


OFLORIDA AUTO.CO

1' ,OVER 150

VEHICLES ONLINE


A


I


momm""r."MMIbb,


iffm


~' P -"


f


- 4w


-


ho &P ft
MINVA








lax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006 29



Arlinston Jacksonville, N C acre- m Rebfrigerator- 26cft, Beautiful Antique Sofa, Matching
REGENCY INN w/septic permit In S.W. APARTMENT with ice cube, water Diningroom loveseat, excellent
/ aWRLNas*. of as I n ACCOUNTING Assistant MANAAG E NOUPLE wtsd h ul echxinste sn
/ 397 DAY STAY *725-5093 N.C., close Camp Audit and Tax****** light. Never used, sewingg
Seguene & the beaches Auditand Tax *********** handed an ofce meant lghtOB. vese $1250 insert and china cabinet, machine in cabinet, $25.
/ Arlington- 3 Call Ellen 910- 330 6103 Opportunities RAY CARTER ABLE TO Arlingtoncommunity $1400. 249-1666. Ca(904)- 786- 4806
SIn-ground pool, KI ^ BI Sdmn LL Is |A START Compensation inc apt. BED #1 All Brand New WESTSIDE Country
.furnished Yard, out $300ea i n-noaotional Professional 1, $280. Can Pillow Top Sets Creek Yard Sale, Sat. 11/it
trn sed, $0 SS naUioLaprfolsoa **c9***** IMMEDI ELY ing $250 Queen $110 O8- 4p. 8496 Thims Ave.
deposit, $600/month. 1/3 SchoolS services firm providing is Now Accepting LEASING CONSULTANT delver, call 994- 0100 Memory Foam from $300
of utilities 3,8SF. Speciatyaining/ assurance, tax, nan We are a rap tdly ASS NTMANAGE Wet/dryvacuum- 904-674-0405 BARGAIN HUNTERS
874-877. Vacation/ I Specialty Traiing/ clal advisory and con- Applications for growing company that Tax credit exp helpful. T/ Crv vacusm-an04 -674- gaBAGAINOHUNTERS A
874- 8877. Events suiting services to pri- Experienced Sales Is ahead In production Yardl Software Exp. Crf jwit n BelGALOREEDan absolutealnew
ortvateend publicly traded Personnel. Great and behind In personnel, Helpful. capacity, onwheels, g e Dan absolute al e This Sat & Sun Have
Arlington businesses. We serve Hours, Growing 18- 25 hardworkingeFax resume to 997-6222. condition $ r2-2482 $100.Candever8-950 m e YourGarage Sale at
S3BR/2BA, Tmeshare For ale clients through more Business m b it us and Suthsde Community condition $38. 268-2482 The Market Place!
hardwood floor, Westgatthan 35 offices and 250 PitnAvl dependable people BED Brand name. $299 7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
Inground pool, Kodk, TN. Nov alliance firm locations needed.P- Kpilltop SET. New w/
1 month deposit & $400 will sell for $500.pendent member firm of We Offer Full Benefits These positions are a food -
or $450. Call: Robert www.westgateresorts.com BDO international the perr m a n en t anDd BED Brand name full set
egs904-234-3652 C oner:0 491-7996th largest accounting Apply n Person. fuil time. All appl i- Bevea bi $115 new w/warr In plas-
es, O e eREAL ESTATE and Consulting organiza- SrDai e cantDs selected will tic 398-520. Can deliver awil r
k R 1 Week Day Class Dec 4 tIon in the world BO e ane Kane receive full company COOKS, LINE COOKSrry Lawn mower,Mur- 7n9
SOUTHSIDE PrivBR/BA l 8 Week Eve Class Jan 10 Seildman, LLP serves 6373 Blanding Blvd. training. SERVERSBARTEND wood set $330, Retail cuta ns fine. $25,
Sh are hse, quiet culdesac Superior Instruction multi-national clients by 904-771-6078 SRERS. &,BUA EN RS- ll s n5Cai
$150wkly or $500m. 2rmst www.my(re9-com leveraging a global net- $50/wk to start Steak & Seofood Restau-
avail. 228- 1694318- 9152 (904) 269l2555 work of resources cam- rant in Fonte Vedra. BED CHERRY Queen Sleigh -a- Sears 38" Riding
Clorida Real Estate Institute praised of more than 600 $1000 Sign-On Bonus apply In person at 216 Sat., Nov. 18th @ 10eam w/Mt tress Set, New in St Mower-Runs good,
a Westside- member firm officers in Ponte Vedra Park Dr. (nbeviwIdM)Pl dic$350h904-67400605
Roommate wanted 105 countries. Applicants must beora (Preview Am) plastic 35- 904-674-0405 deck and broke
near NAS-$400 Alliance Business Schools able to start or call 273- 2442 SPECIAL OLYMPICS FL eeDdueeN n eTpeej sment
monthly, Includes Real Estate, Mortgage, Title, B DO S e i d m a n, L L.P I immediately. 6210 US 1 N. (st. Johns Co.t) BED- Queen Size Pillow To, $300 OBO. 781- 7707
utilities, very nIce me Insectio courses serves a diverse range Call for interview DANCERS, 15 mi. S. of Avenues Mail Mattress Set, New 8 Plastic,
home,call904- 779- 4660 usinessesfor Sale SeeSchedat of SEC and private FINISH MOTOR 27968DOORMAN, mi S Red Double Decker Mustsell$110 904674-405
Bus 28 cars, trucks, vans .Jewelry/
Westside-Room to Commercial/ alliancebuslnessschool.com owned clients in Indus- GRADER CREW BARTENDERS, boats, motorcycle, Bedroom CHERRY SET.
or Call: 904-8H70 tries such as Manufac- for St. Johns Co. project.. WAITSTAFF Sold to highest bidder. All 6 new In boxes
e IndustrialforSaleturing, Retail, Reals Apply in peson orcll iiE biderA O. N n e9-0015
Jax, $400/onth, all Office Space For Estate, Dstribution, 904-772-1313. EOE. DFWP Cal Malabar winning bidders are 1/3 Dmond
Call 90)36- 0207. RetailSpacefor Sale e te wa F folds out for fu ll sz size 7. Paid $700,
Westsie-Female office Space for awarded the 2006 Work- Front Desk Clerk DANCERSOORSTAFF, For auctionino call futon matres.s (cost il sacrifice r $500
Seeks Roommate-to Rent place Excellence Seal of Breakfast Cook/Buffet & BARTENDERS Larry Miller at 904.808-9922 $207) Both for $200i what
Io share 3/2 house, Commercial; Approval award, resog- cr egviServe"r NEEDED a steal!! 904- 371- 2666 oB4 roic Rnio:
rivate room nizing our innovative Engineering/Maine- CALL7577370 Hand tos, auct on Cabinet-so
wn/bath, $450 first & last Industrial for Rent em* p loyee- centered pro-PA nance Su&Poervisor Nw thrugTho1o Dg
required Collins & Retail for Rent ms which are aligned CAREGIVERS Courtyard Marriott www.gsaaucins.gov r VS as r gold. Paid over
with enhancing recruit- Apply in Person C (Hands tools & shop eqpt) VHWoodgrgoeld0fodver
Bhandn oand 9s0- a3 CtllWeini d75760 Dmentand retention of Make a difference n the p$4500 from Exchange,
LUXURY ROOM Loko personnel. lives of the elderly h 9 atJ acksnv *-5I new ckin
MsbecLUXURYriglROOMSv 7e0r po ua Jacksonville's #1 Club doors. 39 inches high, 19 $3000OBO. (904)- 803- 6283
Loc sMust be caring, loving & 4670 Lenoir Ave. South Top $$$ Days&NightII inches wide, $60.268- 2482 orn(94)- 566-. 4666
I/Microwave & Refri g! yO kind. Flex hours & delays, Jacksonville, FL 32216 TPDyNh -- -6m
Low Daiy/Wk*y RoutesI rA e tunities Ots Andit CoI904- 737- 7667 904-296-2828 Shifts Jax Gold Club CHINA CABINET 14 in Engagement Ring
10% Off fur 'A'*IicyeR opfortunitxiesRor Audit n-.45-5560e
KINGS INN (904) 725a3343 and Tax professionals at or apply online at EOE/DFWF 904-645-5500. 'deep, 77 in H., 44 in W. 1.11 carat, paid
QUALITY INN (904) 2art4 all experienced levels www.n-homecarecom DESKS/COMPUTERS Dark maple very nice 5i$3,600, will sell for
FurnseC PeU Rlae cek$100. Other misc. turn s $2,000. Have paper
UALt I 264-121ut Ithe Atlanta, Georgia and mWaitstaff, office downsizing, cam- theap! Call 282- 7000 w/RF 904-r220- 786
Job Fairs Miami, Florinda offie.. ~In ral Bartenders, Doorstaff Put ers, desks, etc. Call e
John Turner Butler & a a MmI Foiafics Tonya. 726- 9038 652- 8988 1 Dining set. 48"x48"
Phillips Starting at $275, Resume Service We offer full time and 0oie rvrresE Call 399-1110 T table, 18" leaf, four Bx481 hirs
utils Incid. GOING F Accounting/ flexible positions in a Another Great Buy chairs, deepin
aFAST! Rod 343-f8922 OPingOP aEi .tr n d e r and groi ng TBOP I. C.onren,.-I.cr laoDeI & ir. -e i -, espresso wood Tol
ad e aBookkeeping pc. sclriun .es CARPENTERFTPr roresiofa l o ;u. WorV.usI ii oCa grain, excellent condi- 7 ll
roM gem*5 tic Tou CAdvertising/edia .: dn enl. Borldr ton. 450.912-674-1271 Compressor
lArchitecture ocoo reiace. Crc.rLlc,r., sr. .rf.1iCatering Goaor Office Furniture Craftsman 1
*Nea irenty *TArchitectur tP PpROKUaCoca nCTON S.or."acl Le4n e 'SGo0 TRE3 DRESSER- light oak, kng s zHP$,
*R t Interior DeslEgn/ .t.n o.Dlsrar,ie ol & m.l 'e- 2 r i -L sz bed, hdbrd/ftbrd,4yrsl E Phone:264-'6364.
*I BGraphics Design P ~ *o r e l - errOII etrold, $400 940- 8820 Good condition.
f Waal R oAutomotive Sales/ rbddo conm F l BedAndHazmat FORKLIFT REPAIR f e T es, DR Table-Solid oak
Secdcm eplusi I! TECHNICIAN ro.onumtoc. w W/2 extensions, 6
Apartmentsac Fo*st-SsIirm locat e;good $400u
Apartments C m pefrcal so-icewwwvObdo amucareers lTsIoee st a tCushion chairs,-
Furnished I Aviation -rear Pay, Flexible .o: no d T psli r AUTOC D FORMAL onr
AFartmnishedalEviation / `Oi -e--r.or, LLF.1 or, Schedule cfo rosi.e enlnusias. SHIP CONSTRUCTOR BFORMALo dcondio904)23- 9745
Apartments es for Servce Ou olur .chniclar. Several OPERATORSMdc DRESSES taor maore i nfo .er-
ished Businesses for Sale Government/ s oerFREE Health r c r, oreing an n DESIGNERS SE I'ERAL FORMA Lo Rally Red Max
Unfurnisea heda omnCommrcial/ t/ e inuronce engine. nydraulics, ilis Local Posilion, o50 A DREiS o. Entertainment Cap. 250 lbs. xc
Beach Hom e Rentals r Public Administration & other comporer.s I. t& 8961a RANGING FROM -: i Wall Unit-Lots of i cond. Asking $650,
Beac/Vacaton/ Inustnal for Sale Comuter Hardware/ Clean MVR & Drug read. E co. b. FORPPOIN T storage, excellent Neg. Call 716-7197
Rentals Office Space For ompuerarware Screen Req HR Wo n Fri -r S 23 9042070900 condition, woods f in-
Condominiums Salei Software/A po sit nsRi1.r RmJjo r 92" xottJinJ Ish, $50. 622- 9762 fr"
1enasC OfficeuSpacen n d eo r4HALLOWEENm ELnerTainment lr-
Duplexrownhome Retail Space for SaleCo ProgrammuingB R iffyi .ffer *l..av c. a HALLOWEEN 3, Entertain 3 .. t Ctr-9
*HousBesFonsthcOtioeSp asFOr up to a36 inch.-
esurnished Office Space for Construction CAontact 904T786e9353 iI Be A Tam Plaer COSTUMES TV, $40, Pcall
S Houses Unfurnished Rent UlCustomer Service "lB mited350B CTea Dav. TI:".' NU"n8 .wEe-; 292-n9130, Good
SIotsfr R* Den E a tlr rj EK jarnW-: ,- Drivers Wanted .f ,rT.C.E ruR29 &-`:- ii'u Condition!904- 55- 2037 2 Person Sauna
Lotsfor Rent Commercial/ B ena SERVICE WRITER Co Proleci cF1,,..',P -po.i .5, ea.ora i'C "u-.-.. i. ~ i riT--.E ,.En ,r7 ND IN tr E Dry.heat,9(electric),
Manufactured Industrial for Rent a Domestic Services/ Mu.I be Professionol E tn/S-4 -"1i6 /t";EI 6. JLX EOE TO Par T]o ror., Br, r,, ..'.rL6 :-.-GOLLiEPi .,) Entertainment Ctr- Cus- I not a toy! $2,000,
Homes Retail for Rent Careglving with strong communlco- To.r-I.FPoro Tiar,.i J.i9.2246 ir-u..a; :..u ar ara .:ai, tom, solid oak through- built in Alberta,
obeHomeTim Myles FE- LE r,,-M ,E :R out. $80.,904- 819- 9399 Canada, (912)- 673- 7694.
SSto ragelMn Delivery Dri verSI oniOl ; MTory Jel PAINT BODY PER ih Taxi 2490360 Brian
obRentals HLockersa Exduceio/eryut Drie Sl oniuinorsu AT norain SON, win experience. 6r C-RELILA DE DRE : Etagere B wIht

RetiW nte f R E uc8ra2nWac n / e uull p, li m e, Good ;eneoil.:o Ed-b. R C Ubeo lu u t s 7(C i Bookca sekSnkn
STsORetirementne W a backgroundill alu so r Call 786-5503 ,FT cCOME ERn 'iSe O akncknra $5l. Tiletop dinette
Di EScstandf$50.Ti5 lnellmGo50.o acRn drawers iu ateB okasew tt
Communities Ile -6 2saI A I O pTrai oning cnsdO rgd. FWe otter s doE0 w 3ri ri bs n) andrdecora- e6 Carb Mace
Cfomui onetntal. 1 04t Engineerlng .ork wneke, eVaKcatian. PRE K TEACHERi w/ 90n4 2070900 liv krsrack4 Ps uvinet w/ chair.e-',O
t rReonotes Entertanm ont ssdsap guG ulor + Bonbsiss ao f r,s- Cambridge Fr6p PAITERS E tieri ner 'r, o k d o eaI D3,. -:0 .
R Rooms eto aeuti l Executive/ Appi n Fri r 0cr, lCTsGufr. FrD 5r.C, r.NT io, IrarsPc.rlar on n.u.,r ire r ,Vpe ,.,..104 a-c
oWantedto Rent FrRnManagementa 9cert Ja.s 0ralle 6 s1K& in.:lr a GceR-DN cnrlondI- r.l owr Ja c ron orFulonS oo
P ..... pc.rt/ 12 gw ...... Pn .......-..., i, a o ..... .. ..... E"C T a BRASS
BEACH Jacksonville c Finance/Investment Atlanlic 81a groir, -. crI 9..a rrar "'- 3;2.'..-'u ..' Tn '.5,.o TA






....m.. 2 ,. ........ 51ed t 24ea- 834 TEA SET
Wrhse 3629sf, Ofc incl. General Employment Drug Free EDO PLASTERERS & a0e2r,' so-Ea l V*n:o-rr c cE.,-r icrnlE S C ME P.VEOOS I 0E T
Oastai. Lrd prk Inaot.- Hotel/Hospitality/ PE K TEACHER 'k. i LABORERS WANTED por,_erabi ir, irons. ,r -F.c.rrnc or, cr. EED t`OFIEY AILL
770- 929- 1721/678- D5-5 F054 Tourism -S T FT FT ooin re-. TO p age%.or... al. l io ri. lon..u.... a.. a2........ --- & Ila ... -6f.)..a: 6'" 4CiRtFiCE FOR I 'i!.'"
AMELIAISLAND unfurn IndustrialiTrades S ock-Drmund clearance: invidol, esl E-eii P.s Onrril naerii ona.O.FOR PPhFrl4Tt.1EITr
newly remod. Granite MAYPORT/Atlantic Bch 6 n 1, b c-aa15, BE1. Sr.sdgeF ac l-2. ,rnofp nd4oo.3 outdoor 904 g205i0900a
lt, ostndellror$1g ari4a. 6l4lo490able
and stainless steel 2823SRA1A@Wonder- aInsurance Jpp t, n 2 2 4d i lrt eardr mg ma-slo tpfablehdren'sewhile
I 2/2 starting at wood Rd. Ofc/WHSE/ Landscaping/Grounds Tov0a ar ril I or Rooferas & S Hinglersa. or, cwlere im T W I altrcing Sleer rdrr .
/2,c _es------.---at berinedgaDOTea aint.r Cidrns hiti
100; 3/2 starting at Garage's. Zoned CCG- 1. MairtenInEe DDNGON oD 9evc EOEBoo corpu nf ed ir T eor, Cr O .n 838- 3ituor oie tr, ri3
R ea dyl o n3 8 6 6 7 7&32877 .D IN9E Se d
Call W. NWood 744- 66 04olaadorDLaeousic vilmPearl ,w.4 &,a a,.Co cIna "
Geatedishmd sunity 6604 eol rvcense-5/ skills.. digh C nihiE T -USr .!lJInre.- r,- King w .rCb.Pd
Call 2or cell 55- 5667 Security/Safety CHER L8&98r:ori r rr8 u d.i rid- a nigf. I .. rd .P:orlennere oca.d,. Kiwcalrbr, Ka.
heatea aon n 8real -6 -,IP.o.:pencr a c amoe bri J, Bi a SiErT. oII su:ite-heated, dual cosmetics, call
Oteali Has a great .- al r, aria bn rc r. controls, dresser 510- 8 5.
*ealaMaintenance/amiocageo (rro
e Manae H a edres i irC'. Dor 0 w.mirror,2 night- EncycloPedia World
HoeFnh Janitorial Services opportunity for DANCERS DANE...nfrce n/ Br"aa ad o. OI oFI-E s tands, 12 drawers in e Book-Also child-
Industriv Aetalented Nc Er DANCERS Coneea i6 PeRiiie 0S Srn .ires base, $100, 622- 9762 craft educational
SManufacturing tERVICE ADVISO R r,,lD eoo r_,.- h II1 Coulc De alnerea sialerrk fe
F l MauFaetring SERVICE ADVISOR l.ue b ir loiar. PM H g rea oep P .c,.0 ,A King Waterbed, edition and series of
g G ng vsoUs e I.ar.dor c TopO9 Securiy or Ie Bdr.t,,, bu ,s, suite, dresser w/ classics. Only $350, Coil
MStrktuh W *Wccneos 3991c STARTING WAGES UP scralc toeatr "25 H.ea MA/Tmirror, 2 night- 264- 1506. Excellent
SOUTHSbl DE 25,200SF Medical/Health Care has created ren TO 012.50 PER HOUR m, rr',rmu.',r ell ASOp Pstands, twin bed- Christmas gift!
Wareh M oruse .le $1. ScaSer AidesS immediate need ,mrEHlaI AoLoSr T Atior. TCOSTUare S Nne i DeSt rooPs set w/d4esk enter-
Waorehouse $ /Sae 12 Nurses/Nurses Aides ie DANCERS pF T arid F- T CIo:.-: aD'oro.'or, o lat apreerv.a tainment unit. Cheap! Lawn Mower w/bagger,
Owner904- 421- 3880 Office/Clerical/ for on experienced & G LIc a 5ecurl, R BEST Massage & Foctal-since 2003 Call Por 2%pl 904-13-3335 could use a tune up.
fortnRreno oodrlener l*oaiisrr l~hicer- & e a secu.C O, A. or. iC'3rd Sl pm z 9043070900 BBQ Grill, needs burner
D iAdmini trationo advisor 9 withgood af-lih voiob rilr, r HirIr, Mcr.oniRaurnl. n Matching Sleeper replaced. Women Mat
P AartmetsPart-Time customer service BEST SHOWBAR ................I.......Run."Sofa and Loveseat- Bike, great cond, but
Furnished Personal Services/ skills. High CSI AT THE BEACHES qaiena opillcnr.. C- ot r5r.. F2, neutral blue and has little rust on handle
SApartmentsBeauty Important, usC CROSSROADS L. re iralnr os-K--beige. Rarely used, bars. $20 each OBO
nurnsha '/ aoled (904)4a n:uaih. thick mattress, $300. 904 2371- 2666
iNEW OFFICE SUITES RealEstate/Propei e xp rienc h ep9 .4322Fe . .Of cer ,
Condominiums 1,920 sf to 11,520sf rexa a. ehe, oa Frion' Ce BinR R.ArA i Mattress Mom, foam, NVFo 35 RMS WSNhite, Tan iandI
Duplex/Townhome Eastpark Great location! Management We provide a very o ."ecurll lrvr l E tEO t i MLL brand name SET,new w/ Dark Blue. Shirts 16/16.5Can
$ Houses Furnishedc (904) 998-9339 6Recreation/Sports/ competitive payGe 8i7 unoIm arn P 4R:FiCE. FOR .'61- wart$320858- 9350candel parts ae 34R, 35R, 36R.
2 Houses Unfi punished ,Plan Including ",01 01 84. .7P on Fl. C LL FO R P T M mattress Brand nam e pill M eB el ts $75-o al. 11 g lo
Lots for Rent All New Retail Centers Restaurant/Bar/Club/ benefits. We're 5 o $120. Can del. 391- 0015 et 700 s .
SM oSouthsideWestside g Is S nLe w etA H d
MobileHomLot288-8500 Food/Beverages looking for the besto o tAC HeatiBRel a AS FOW 0 MATTRESS Queen Plush -1Rims- 2in0gun-
Re ntals Retal A^S ^ O^S Heatin~g, Oluel Sol 100dJDSat FOP 0 __ '.o Splua. Pe tae Prali al-673i 7285
nal advisors, and i COPY OPERATOR Antigues B.cr, .a 0 6. Set. rand New in plastic mtal Pralinev alloy.
WteanfrontSs$95 Must sell 904-674-0405S Iv Five lug, universal
Waterfront Science/Research that'syou then give ,,Ip i ,nsne oHALLOWEEN M chrome lugnuts
Rentalsiii Socsa SerrDs a Callrat -eiearr, O'a ETEACHER' Arts&CraftsCS S MATTRESS KINGlSIZE Wi wth new tires32056OR153
SProperty SocialODServices/IN cEal Iter 16606 O E F'p BEHAVIOR ANALYST Auctions O Nw ial .
Management Counseling -.904-458-1141 icvi u r red o wh ...riciee abl "oT wori 'Pl E tc 5E L$rr40 0 0' 984-6774-8405
eannn 2 w k s.noocr.aiers Building Supplies Q ta size
VILNR/etirement aTechnical Support PRI PRODUCTIONS Al Body Oacras-iar $uinss srt e 0 '^ r 2 Er set-
Communities Ho Teemarketing GORDON :n r,.r.rn is he enegre eo Fat'' E rE ,r .- -Pa. .o..he etc. d s t-2 .
S Roommates .Nr oi tAlTransportation C EVOLET S n TE-se or mai resume r o ee to: b w c 4 equipment 7 -.:-WO 3l0 ,, headbrrobardfoot-es DPIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
TasraoCERL LEHei *na Ac' Comb C lo es arm :a board, dresser, PIA7. Trek PR USA
CHEROLET want 2ouseaventory1o iiBrl' f'CollectablesCDE RLE iLL DR E S, mirror, nightstand YAMAHAIFREl PRICE LIST
Vacation Rentals Businesses for Sale Wareouse/iventor 1166 Blanding Blvd Lr l rI. :OcIC Ii tE C AK, 7996 P, H E E7 1
SWanted to Rent Commercial/ Work at Home Orange Park -fr ,r, iet aonComputerd HE i rL $A. ,reE aeEe P i ao -- r
Industrial for Sale Positions Wanted EOE/Drugftree, 8'PR Ave tr!- Craft/Thrift Stores ,' 2 0 Rg Whvrl TI rb Oake
St. b ye S e F r DL rea 0 OE E DF E d F lectroni s 904 20 0900 Range Whi r oon Pike- rs ol
DHealDth CarI1~ws~T7~ e ecmis" 30072 $125, KingsMr.iful, upright, $200
Office Space For Estate Sales LLADRO Carefree room set, sleeper OBO. 904- 880- 4685
S SleABTSS STATN T #05 a790: $300, #07622 s Ofa dining room
p ace forSae OTORFINn pland, $I9 1994 Collectores, set, other items call for
Bea Wrantt Ara Of$Space0for er atOISTS F 2its/Vegetales 0 $300. Royal Albert deta ls472 Y A- 1417on
Beach Ponte Vera for W/yr collection $500. YAMAHA Ebony Baby
The Chesapeake fRmiIrouseholdM77-04M. Sofa, Matching Grand (5'8") GH1 Dis-
2n0qsUe 2/2, w/gu a r, Rent P.J-j4ishiICetertI Garage Sales Ioveseat excellent klovler $12,950. 641- 5726
vaulted ceilings, pool. iaand Registered GaWrd l ~YTvT Singer sewino
near school hopig Retaial for Rent Phlebotomists Hot p machine in cabinet, $25.
near hools & shopping. Retail for Rent We're OSI Outsourcing Services Inc. With 1 yr. exp. S Call (904)- 786- 4806
$1125m. 90" 433- 6821 Storage/Mini As one of the nation's leadingRPET- ASCP or eldysSiuf Complete Dell 2350
RPT- AMT req 'sSio Dimension Desktop Moving-Queen Bed-
PALENCIA 3/2 end unit Lockers provider's of strategic receivables $$ Great benefits and Computer-256 / room set, head 2nd Chance- Golf
rnpatio, gated, pool, .. ,managementservices, you'll findver salary offered $9$Gtocevdeoc dnera, board, foot board, / Balls- Various
insci nat[, DSL & iater, oCol Stacy at Toos512G" RAMfc eocard,50MB dresser, mirror, 1) brands, $4/dozen,
$115m. 904-8U-906 6, associates workingacross251- 856912- 50 Medical harddryve. Call 545 3134 nightstand, oak, asking $10 for 3 dozen: Call
Comk across Fax: 757- 436- 6843 M l o687-0561$500 OBO $550. MUST SEE, Michelle &
Ponte Vedra Ocean Grove states, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico. sbiecesekectr.co Miscellaneous 491- 7996 or0ce 4406
2/2&1/1, fitn, pool, tennis, ,"Merchandise k Pentium II Coin Whirtpoot Range -= Air Hockey Table
2 blocks from beach. FrRn MtuScal Meidiahclise puter and15"moni- was/dryer Regulation size.
rent neg. 904-525-3281 PROF / MED / REPS Photraphy tr, 40gig hard- racism, kingsize set, Harvard, new
PALATKA 2500SF Shop rieh6 In the Jacksonville area 3II ngs meg dining/livingroom motor, cost new
'10pking area, 1/4 ml We are lokng r B o BES! w/ teaching or public memory,$90.Cal furniture, computers, $200, will sell for $75
from Palatka at Lowes speaking exp. or who Public Sales 249- 1666. CDRW DRZUE television, grill, patio Please call (912)- 673- 7285
Hwy 19$S100678- 570- 6935 may have owned their Sporting goods swing. Prices call:
own company. Fax Ticketso.472- 1417. Bowfleox Extreme II
OSI is offering several different positions. 'Resume (904) 339- 9244 /BD G .Only two months
River Oaks Plant. 4br, Excellent communication, negotation and data Wanted to Buy or 42" Smsung HDTV M 3e3- 43500ak1,2- O- O3
Pool, gamerm,3car gar.0Mr We offer room for advance- Trade Less thn2months9 423
$2400m Avail 12/1545-32663 entry skills rea ed. package- ar'Soldo dsHC
PONTEVEDRABCH4/4 2 meant, a great benefits package and MONTHLY R cable, retul $1400, Surfboards-6'3"
car gar, 2542sf, pool COMMISSION POTENTIAL!!! Interested?????? pay full benefits. WIth Gs$000 OBO 449-4336 M= Seven seas, $200.
$td Com90bc3.. 3ace *Business America's #1 boat TV, 65"MITSUBISHI ND
.3,0mu943153288dealer. ApplY In person -big screen, exc cond, FLEMING ISLAND Nov A steal! Call 525- 2068
Opportunities Tracker Boat Center 1952 Ford Jubilee $800 OBO. 707- 1284 17/18, 7- 12 Los Palmas
PONTE VEDRA SOUTH 0 Distributorships/ Apply today onlie at www.osi- careers.com 7762 Blanding Blvd. Tractor New bat- Off US17 to 4892 Boza Cf. Rods/ReLos:
4br/2.Sba w/ocean & 8a .L terry, alternator, (4)TLO20 i/rods,
coastal views. $2000m franchise IMMEDIATE OPENINGS: exhaust, gauges, GaTRAyOAkS Comm.























R = nrt $69K Coil 904-226-3098


* Property THE FLEET
Management/
Management/
sntacelaneous A DMREARKET Rank/Grade: Work Phone # Organization: Date Submitted:
U Miscellaneous AVOID FORECLOSURE --
Unfurnished Ref. NOW or SELL Name (please print): Signature:
Call Mark 904- 233- 4231 ADVERTISING ninatre
R U RULES 1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above
3 Bdrm/2Bath house personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air requirements will be billed. The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
for Rent-St. Ma rys, Pease fill OUt Station, Jacksonville. 7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
GA. 2 miles from
Kingsbay TRF. AVOID FORECLOSURE this form in 2. Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by the publisher to help 366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
$975/month with deposit. Ref. NOW or SELL qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as 8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
l 510- 0499 Call Mark 904- 233- 231lack or blue ink sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage original form.

PERSONAL COMPUTER sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Select the number of weeks ad is to run: J 1 wk 0 2 wks U 3 wks 0 4 wks
SUPPORT TECHNICIAN DEADLI ANIMAL OR PETADS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IFTHE ANIMALS ARE OFFERED
IAP-HILL, L.L.C. ,D FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News.
To qin our TEAMi dedicated to providing timely, sup- BE LIMITED TO ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED NOTE: (1) This form must be clipped (not torn) along the outside border. (2) No more than
or tto the . Nvyt o Naval Air tati con ville, JAX AIR INDIVIDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR "OFFICIALLY one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two free ads per family, per
Blount Island. Mt REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE- week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.
lAP- HILL s seeking person with experce In instl- NEW S MENTS IN THE BODY OF THEAD OTHERWISETHEY WILL BE BILLED.
computers, printers & PDA's in a networking environ- 3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written Category:
meant. Windows 2003, Active Directory, X, & Office 2003 independent of other information contained on this form.
desired. Assists in Network troubleshooting and repair. __
IAP- HILL provides competitive compensation, $18.91and 4. Ads received after the above time will run in the following week's issue.
Io nd aifefkpanc .Nkag a! cludteos o dial it alNOon 5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Code
plot & life Insurance. Paid vacation, paid personal time
off and a 40k plan. 00OG, Box 2, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News,
AP-HILL S a drug free environment,r Monday One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202
Forward resume to: One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202
P.O. Box 77 NAS Jacksonville, FL 32212
fax: 904 542- 4164
e- mail: Kanefm@iophill.com
kt









30 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


2, 2 Great tickets-
|Olivia Newton John,
Wed, Nov 29, 8pm,
Section 200, Row
G(97), seats 3/4. call:
278- 2951 or 542- 2102
SEC CHAMPIONSHIP
TICKETS Dec., 2nd
Great seats (4) avail-
able. Call 1- 205- 914- 2476
SEC Championship on
12/2; 16 tickets, luxury
skybox avail 678- 596- 3688
WANTED-
ALL JAGUAR TICKETS
(904) 557-1331







Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
SAnimals Wanted



BIG PUPPY SALE *
$199. $2- UP
Chihuahuas, Snoodles,
Schnauzers, Chins,
Cockers, Brussells,
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262- 4646
A. 1 CaOllE DoaegDDIc

AUSTRALIAN SHEP
min to, 3866 142-5584
m splrit22c.a.I com
BEAGLES A .'.eeK'. :-Ia
S amole 1 male v
S:.u eo. 90 i i0
BOXER PUPS -KC rea
'r.' 2 F ..kI talKin
aeo PL. -:L:' 'U'-- '' --n ,
BOXER Vrir,,t, 8 monins,
OakirQ 1i00 Coil 66;. 5664
DACHSHUND MINI
female 2 1 .r old aIack
Ion n Cidl .'i c Jf I 18S
ENGLISH MASTIFF
PUPS .'.ir english
op',l0 n"mlddl ,.:4 acorn
cr .:3l Sc 6 '), -i'.'
ENGLISH BULLDOG
puppies AKC, fat and
wrinkly, ready an
11/2406. Cell 843- 209- 8492
ENGLISH BULLDOG
AKC, HC, 1 yr guaran-
tee $1400 386- 294- 1213
German Shep. Pups AKC
socialized, very nice, H/C
all shots 904- 880- 6736
HIMALAYAN KITTENS
Registered. $450- $700
352- 546- 1345 pictures by
em:kittehs@usa.com
JACK RUSSELLTER-
RIER AKC 10wks, shots,
papers, $225. 207- 4314
Jardin Parrot, good
vocabulary, hand tamed
w/cage $600. 904- 813- 6535
LAB AKC PUPS Choc &
Yel $450. Born 9/18/06.
Shots. 904- 309- 3712
LAB PUPS AKC, Block-
heads, yellows only,
5M/SF, Vet checks, well.
sc- :onz0.a E x ncc.liorai
C1 orrol..-. r,r p c Ic,.dIlr.-,
POPE J00 '1. c J- i"].
orP'2i.- -.'3- ,2:.
MALTESE rea aui'
bob, r. -,: o'..li, raoica
A KC rl.3 5r..:,.: r.OIain
cer I,':.:,u ,' L "I.. 5ii-
PINCHER mni i 9.'K:
$300' mai- .or :I,-c.oe
dcc-l,-d Ia.'I ,63- :L'i
PITBULL -D64. REG-

SHIH-TZU PUPS
R-oa, il 16. ci,- .-' o."o'
WESTIE t ".lk. ,riOi
daP '., ur..le .i .O ller
4 German Shepherds
K I l. irr-,ab-Ile l 'ItCK
far c.,rr.' 9IC.g- '86- jsj'
.?Cg.. c, <(an'



Horse. Poinl Tenn Walker
11 r g ,iain: Iim c, I i


Horse & Kennel Warehouse
1096 E. 18th Street 354-7634
www.horseandkennel.com





Aviation
Boats'
Sailboats
Boat Dockage &
Rentals
Marine Equipment
and Supplies
RV Rentals
RVs and Supplies
Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
Antiques/Classics
Automobiles
Trucks/Trallers/SUV's
Vans/Buses
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Trucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease


4 Stumpknocker Boat
25 HP Mercury,
oalv trailer.
garoae ".Ip, ne/,
ccr.drilor, m"jal .Ie 10:,
r.,..cr IC. 11:1 1: 04:,: OnB,
:.r ?!.6
S Kayak.- C ..rrer.
occe 1.: ,rlc: ar.ie

SCarolina ki-l 96.
l c6 c .'. tro 'e-r ar.a


S I al:. Itr.i l.e -rcar
'A '.ur e.ceen3 g
cor.aglon r ;8':'

Pir ogues 1211, I Eeal
Seed- &0t. o..9
C00 lC1E in.:iicAi Call
.-c 'a- 111:1


4 20 Ft Pontoon Boat
'99 w/trailer, new
cushions, anchor,
and life jackets,
$5500, Orange Park.
505- 1048,505- 4588
, TOHATSU

NISSAN
andSUZUKI
Sales-Service-Parts
Advance Marine .730-3332
WANTED
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any ConditionI
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440



Marine Deluxe 5 gal
Portable Gas
tank-red, poly
make, tempo- listed
$69.95, in good condition,
$25.00 O0B Call 241- 1398



AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800-541-6439
AIRSTREAM 30'- Classic
'05 w/slide out, Immac
c...r.a ;.LK c.co 2 2 .-: ,
FIRAN 35' 1996 i:.o'.
acoa Cor.a ii, ; ur .
4 r. :.i.,, S lo:h
Honda Shado
Sabre '1- I iOOCCc
r ler, Canal'ion
..ir.a: rila ;oadItC-.aa




C BR900

cr'e,' c.orea .:,..r
:1r1 :, 12 : I 1. ,'i ing
Crorrm ro il I 060
CO. l g 12. -.1' } 11c.



Four Wheeler 2000
440 EX, runs good,
triple shocks, big
exhaust, new tires,
nerfbars, $2500. Call
Sean (904)- 213- 9821
HD Heritage Springer '99
like new 1500orig. mi's.
$14,000. 724- 2280/389- 6114
4 Honda 400 TRX '05
(sport), 5spd,
w/reverse,
less than 25 hrs,
$4500. 882- 8994
STriumph
Thunderbird '00 900
1 cc, water coded,
1,709 miles, garage
stored, color Is green
over gold $3,500,
Call 704- 8872.
4 Yamaha FZ-1 '06
Purchased 8/06. My
tJ loss, your gain,
avoid dealership
costs. $9000 firm, for
details call (904)529- 7013,
or (904)703- 4721



S 245/40 ZR 18"
Chrome Rims w/-
tl tires. Has Lexus
center logo, can be
changed, Rox- Schist
style. Call Matthew
:755- 7155
S4 235-65 R-17 Tires
5000 miles, $350
OBO.542- 2445, #118


CHEVY 350

S700R4
Transmission
less than 3000
Smiles on both.

I Call for details
I 838-149
I $2200
u*. m .. ,m j


Five Mag Rims
with new tires-
4 universal lug, 15 in
.5 lug worth $1200
sell for $500, 882- 4724,
573- 6617
Volk 5 star rims
5 lug, 17x8.0 Ii front
17x8.5 II rears ask-
Ing $600 B00, Coall
904- 20- 8733



ACURA 3.2 TL '03 Low ml,
white, Gotta seel 1 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SACURA'RL'01
SChrome wheels,
fully equipped,
$16,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
L Acura RSX '03
Like new, moon-
root, leather seats,
side alrbags, 5spd,
KBB price $15,800 OB0,
Must Sell I
ACURA TL '04 Black,
loaded, leather, low
miles. Call 571- 8134
SACURA TL '05
P rJ.lO ,rl r r ionl
1jO.I). r n r1rini,
I0K mile l- i' .'v


ACURA TSX 04
.. !'Arm .? lon ioni airlir
3..1' ) m. ili A: 6 e.,
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S Audi A4 60O
Conver llble.
LL.oaaca XX. c' C
o. or, ..arr r.,
T1rr2 0 4a -;
AUDI A QUAT-
TRO ,Uui5 Llhr
sunrroo CD i:, so',
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 3251C Coupe
'~^ *05 rilillnrlun
:r I Ir.0 0
998-00I2
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


BMW 325i '03 Only
C.!= 3,000 m. Prem &
sport pkg. $23,640
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y BMW 330i '06
Silver, premium
pkg, like new$35,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 545L '04, Priv Seller
29KmI. Immac. l aded.,
538,900. 8807076
BMW Z3 '97, bik, cony,
low ml, beautiful. $8700
737- 0067
BUICK LACROSSE
9 06 Extra low miles,
fully equip. $14,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CADILLAC CATERA '01
Low ml, Like new! 1 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CADILLAC DEV-
%- ILLE '04. Diamond
pearl/white, SR,
chrome wheels. $17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE






Styxx would like
to wish all his
customers a safe
& Happy Holiday
Bring in this ad for
extra Holiday
savings!
Military and First
Time Buyers
Welcome
Want to be treated
like family, come to
NIMNICHT
CHEVROLET
1550 CASSAT AVE
891-8672 -
387-4041 $vt
210-3004 *






CHEVY AVEO LT 05
, rL I. ,h, !h0 got
TOM BUSih IUTOPLEX iil-.lut?
y CHEVY AVEO '04
O, ni. V f: n,, 90
-'a,-r l!i0 'J'u
998.0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY CAVALIER LS 03
ae.' : ,j 3 r ".,3 .l 0 8
TOM BuSH AuTOPLE i:l I61
C ,E S' C.Or o. E T E
1C903 40 6924 or 553 '220


505,907



Hours


Besides protecting our country, military

personnel stationed in our communities

donated 505,907 hours of volunteer

service in Northeast Florida and Southeast

Georgia last year. Their time was given to

community organizations, church groups,

youth activities, scouting and more.


Thank you!


For advertising information,

please call 904-359-4336,

Fax 904-366-6230.


OWhreMws Mirror Periscope


CHEVY HHR LT '06 Leather
loaded, awesome $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY IMPALA SS '04
Block, Ithr, sunrf,
extra nice $20,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY IMPALA
'06 LS, Fully
equipped, $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY IMPALA '04
BlOCk, 2: r2r0rrunu Anl1,
very clean ride. 571- 8134
Chevy Impala LT '07
brand new, every option,
$24,900. 904- 541- 0498

CHEVY MALIBU LS '02
V6, Auto, loaded,
very sharply $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY METRO '99
2dr, auto, 85k miles $2988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'03 47k mi, auto, nice $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER 380M '99 Lthr,
low miles, extra cleanly $7888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

CHRYSLER
TOWN &
COUNTRY
STOW & GO
2005
My loss, your Gain
Fully loaded, leather
seats, heated.
Power windows,
auto slide doors and
tailgate. 6 disc CD
changer, AC front &
rear, sep. controls,
& to much to men-
tion. Call for details
23000 miles
asking $26,000
553-3249 or
771-2442


DODGE MAGNUM RT '05
Nav, Ithr, sunrf,
Wowl! $22,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE NEON SXT '04
5spd, 4dr, extra sharply $88588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE NEON 'OS.
Great for college stu-
dent, affordable.571- 8134
Ford Contour '98
Very clean,
i dependable trans-
portation, $1600
OBO. 96k miles, $700
less than KBB, Must
sell, (904)803- 6283
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02 Sspd,
low miles, sharp 11 $8588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG '04 Auto,
Loaded, very sharp $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG
GT '5O. Only 2600
Miles. 6spd. $23,890'
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


BOARD FORD
i Auu lint ":'3.,
florda s. iuptr Du1"H, H-adquaners
PAUL CLARK

FORD-MERCURY
1,I E., i'io)ul. 5- 2 1560 i
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
i5r, Cove iprn, L ,.z .r .-I'. L

MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
107 jPhilip H. 90)-1.9 '- .25
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
-.50 Allanin: Pi2,d ; I-Vl
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
S 1.1 Blandirg] B lrd i3 ,,31..



NIMNICHT PONllAC-GMC
lIn Philipis H) 8.,-436
COGGIN GMC1TRUCKS
20U Allant.i c la 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Gr n Cce sp,',.- o'-,5og


COGG lU OIIIA ON A ,liANIi
11003 A iriic BId 06.4-800

COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 US. Hwy.1 S. 1-800-456-1689
HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333PhilipsHy, 37M1300
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277


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


ATLANTIC INNITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityautomotive.com
vr-II "T =


g FORD MUSTANG
CONV 03 GT, fully
equipped. $17,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD TAURUS SEL '05
20k miles, loaded,
extra clean $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD TAURUS SE '03
V6, Auto, Loaded,
very sharp! $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD TAURUS SEL 02
Tjf.i BU.H AuTOPLE< 4I" 1B';

4, Ford Taurus Wagon
'88 .,v n-Ilei: P .
F B "C clear.
S0',1, O0:' Coall


i Handa SCo 00 -00
; irC :cr ..rl TC. -


HONDA CIVIC LX '02
4dr, auto, loaded,
extra sharp $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ELEMENT EX '03
Surf, low miles,
very sharp! I $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Hyundai Elantra '02
53k miles, sunroof,
all opt. 9 mos, 7kmi
remain w/ factory
bumper to b umper
warranty. $6500 551- 7235




GRAPHITE GREY
RIMS, TINT SOUNDk
SUNROOF, LEATHER,
FULLY LOADED
CALL FOR DETAILS
& TEST DRIVEIIIII
$19 OB


SATURN OF AVENUES
108.1 Pr,,hips Hw'v 26-1-4

SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
0105 Bi n.j r,,in Blvd 779 0071
SATURN OF REGENCY
l AlIjnc e ,258200





KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 CaL j4 Ar ?89-7,(110

CITY SUZUKI
i i 5 AtIinir: Bivd 99 711]





ARUNGTON TOYOTA
1l:]4 ?5 anll l BId i0.30".2 7

COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
I ,':c 4 hrilp, H15. 262-0?38

KEmil PIERSON TOYOTA
6b01,0 u '.: ."Ir,:le 7. 1 9',00

UGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2Li. U S l ',,ur Si AugI
euii-6 4';' 'i88. ,r ..;97-8800

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
.10 1Cj4 at Arve 39-41bl



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



O'STEEN VOLVO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694





BEACH BLVD, AUTOMOTIVE


FRANK GRIFFIN 2755 U.S.1 Soulj StAug. 904-794-9990 www.beachblvdautomotive.comr
Chrysler of Orange Park MATHENY JAGUAR MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP 6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
151, 'llsR 269-1033 11211Atlantic Bvd 642-1500 1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400 BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
GARBER CHRYSLER PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
ri; .:., .rpnri,ig 264-2416 ATLANTIC JEEP COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC 10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

MIKE SHAD 2330 US 1 South 354-4421 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 DRIVE TICKET
CHRYSLER JEEP CARUSO JEEP GARBER PONTIAC www.diveticket.com
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 Green Cove S gs 2-4502 8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001

RICK KEFFER FRANK GRIFFIN NIMNICHT PONTIAC GMC Lexus of Jacksonville
i E-i 1`9 Fern Bch, Jeep of Orange Park 11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826 Pre-Owned Center
1-8x 1.28-7454 1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033 10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
__ ,___,- __ MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP Z ,. Tom Bush BMW
ON CASSAT BRUMOS MOTOR 9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381
ATLANTIC DODGE 1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792 CARS INC. Tom Bush Autoplex
'-u0 I ? ,:julr, 354-4421 RICK KEFFER 10100AtlanticBlvd. 725-9155 9875Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
JACK CARUSO 1-95 E t 129, Fern Bch. 1-8228-7454 V.I.P AUTO SA S
REGENCY DODGE I 1 r 2 5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439
.4,,.,i ei.d 642-5600 COGGIN KIA ROLLS ROYCE ORLANDO WARREN MOTORS, INC.
GARBER DODGE TRUCK 9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. 233 East State St. 356-8491
e -, :.. ,', 264-2416 Longwood/Orlando Fl 407-339-3443
ORANGE PARK DODGE RAY CARTER doKIA Fl 4076339 U34
2 J.'B ',r,. E.l 777-5500 6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078 ..-S :_ __.
RICK KEFFER =Li[. L L I i
I, E, .1 r, 1-2287454 LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO NIMNICHT SAAB WORLD IMPORTS
WESTSIDE DODGE 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. 7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax www.worldimportsusa.com
li.' :',3.3i Ae 384-6561 Longwood/Orlando FI 407-339-3443 904-778-7700 www.nimnicht.com 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
w cks onV Ie comS ime* uni6 /bus ine* /Au -De ers.ht


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
0 B I d .1 .00



KEY AUDI
41 bO-310 ult,,,,de Bird 'I,-. 011




BENTLEY ORLANDO
L .11 r R -, R i, B vId
L or..-ji ,H,, rlaii.lu F 1467-?.jy'i.U



TOM BUSH BMW
96 ,1 Allnri : 71 2 '-0'11



GARBER BUICK
-Cr.Dr L i 'r pr 've 2n1-1 1L"

KEY BUICK
46 0 aujhede Bird -Blvd



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
-17j00 Sulliide Blvd 642-5011
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Bljnirq Blwd 77-7700U

PARKER CADILLAC




COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10860 Ph;liis Ho, 260-7777

CREST CHEVROLET
82-81 M1arrlil Rd 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
,r,tr, i'se spring. 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 BlaBdii g Bld 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
'60,0 hilip H./I 398-3036

PINEViEW CHEVROLET
)l., irr,,, 259-6117

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
7I1 Be- :,lI,'d 249-8282

NIMNICHT CHEVY
1A0 C,:,,at A 387-4041



ATANTIC CHRYSLER
:0'ij i ':.uin 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYSLER
17(0 O.iul:id'- Bi.d. 725-7300


AU TOMO TIVE DIREC TOR Y


MATHENY LAND ROVER
1" All' ll. Bld t42-1'.00



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
1 -'5 ,All.ji'i: Bli'd 7 l',lii0i|'i


NOiTH RFLOMIDAUNCOUI MERCURY
,;'0 ,:,ulr,,oJ. i.Jd 6 2-410O)
GRIFFIN UNCOLN MERCURY
;4.- Blarod,nrBl 7 7 )IO



LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE

11659 BEt ,:H BLVD ] 4..92



TOM BUSH MAZDA
'.s5 c Alljila ,: ,81 T25-0 1'
MAZDA CITY
I lbBa I uB ; ] : I)




BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
1021 AIlrinlit.: BIv, 2-lUl080



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Bl,'d. 25-0911



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



COGGIN NISSA-AITIATIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
ME SHAD ISSANOF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER HNISSAN












HONDA PILOT EX '03
DVD, Ithr, sunrf,
sharp $17,388
$ TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Honda Prelude
good condition, $3000
contact at (904)718-0310
'HYUNDAI TIBURON '03
Red, 5spd, low miles,
awesome car1 $11,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
7 INFINITI G35
COUPE '04. Pearl
white/ tan, extra
low miles. $26,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y INFINITI G35
COUPE '03. Red/
tan, beautiful
S. $25,680
S 998-0012
; LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
-.* Jaguar '94
6cYl, 4dr sedan,
|loaded, new tires +
-- tune up, 136k miles,
Sunroof, asking $6,995.
.-Call Nell at 904-757-7037
, Jaguar XJ6'94
*I VDP, Luxury 40
,4 series, fully loaded,
Ithr Interior, sun-
'roof, alarm, c hrome
Spoke rims, 154k, Call
Nell: 904-294-8188
S- Mercedes C280 '95
ST 80k, new tires,
om/fm, Cd, TV,
otinted/pwr windows,
Good condition, $8,500.
904-859-9563
Mercedes Benz '03
SC240, Silver
Beauty, Sunroof,
disc changer,
deluxe package.
Great Ride. $19,500
SOBO. Call 505-4780.
Mercedes Benz '87
500 SEL. Runs
Great, new tires
A +tune up, sunroof,
A.4dr sedan, asking $4,995,
0ask for Nell, 904-294-8186
|f2;l'NISSAN 350Z Cony.
s'04 Touring. Only
N 2 17,000 miles. $29,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'P ONISSAN 350Z
2 CONV '05. Nay, CD
Ithr, 10K mi.$30,420
$7 998-0012
.LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
"NISSAN ALTIMA '03 Low
X miles, auto, sharply I $13,788
CTOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
'1,\ NISSAN ALTIMA
,S 2.5S '06. Like new.
$17,980 998-0012
I LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Nissan Altima '01
-' T GXE, low miles,
garage kept, non-
-VI smoker, call
i 213-4155 evening,
j best offer.
SNissan Quest '04
SSilver, 41k miles,
Sliding door, DVD,
a : rear sensors, auto-
matic.rear door must
sell $18,500 505-6279
S ~ *. Nissan Sentra'05
5' AM/4FM. D, CD, cyl
I silver, cloth seats,
p x Private owner,
Excellent condition,
SAmelia Island, Call
491-7996
SPathfinder XE '95
3" lift, all terrain,
premium sound
S system, grill
guards, nerf bars, $3500.
Call Matthew: 755-7155
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE
SSE '03 Ithr, sunrf,
loaded, nice!! $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC GRAND AM SE
'01 Auto, loaded,
very sharp, $4988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Pontiac Grand Am
1 / "96 Runs good,
S drives good, 5spd,
Sall pwr, $2400 OBO.
912-673-8223
SPontiac Firebird '00
V6, new brakes,
r 'recently detailed,
79,500 mi, $7,500
OBO contact Brandon ,
Calvin. 904-215-2353
f" PONTIAC SOL-
j STICE '05. Only 800
miles, leather, CD,
S 5spd, red/blk top,
beautiful. $25,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


-im


Pontiac Trans Am
'02 Red w/tan, con-
S vertible, loaded.
Hurst 6spd, 18k
miles. Call 704-8872.
$26,000.






'05 CHEVY
CORVETTE
AT, Navigation
$41,900
'05 FORD
MUSTANG
Red, coupe, 20k mi
$18,900
'03 VW PASSAT
Auto, sunroof
$15,300
'04 AUDI TT
Roadster 180HP
$25,900
'05 FORD F-150
Fx4, 4x4,15k mi
$24,900'
'03 CHEVY
CORVETTE
6spd. $29,900
'05 GMC
YUKON SLT
3rd seat
$27,900
'05 ACURA TL
Only 7000 miles
$29,?00
'05 BMW 525
19K miles, black
$34,980
'02 SUBARU
FORESTER
LoW miles, 4x4
$14,900
'02 AUDI A6
Quattro 2.7T
Black
$21,900
'03 CHEVY
CORVETTE
Cab, black, only 26k
$36,900
'06 INFINITI
G35 White, 14k mi
$27,900
'05 GMC
YUKON SLT
3rd seat
$27,900
'05 CHYRSLER
PT CRUISER
GT Cabriolet, 29K ml
$17,900
'06 MAZDA MX3
Sunroof, Leather
$14,800
'02 JAGUAR
S TYPE
$18,900
'06 HONDA S2000
Leather, Bose Sound
One Owner, 3K Miles
$29,859








'Loaded, very sharpt! $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Toyota Camry'05
LE, white/gray
interior, tinted win-
dows, CD, AM/FM,
loaded, private owner, 4
cyl, 14k miles, 491-7996
TOYOTA PRIUS '06 Auto,
Loaded, very sharp 11 $23,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-181


TOYOTA MATRIX
'06 Only 13,000
miles. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SToyota Matrix '06
4 DR, Sport
Wagon, $15,500
OBO. 20,000 miles,
32mpg, Cal
803-3012 or 908-4502.
TOYOTA PRIUS
'06 hybrid. Only
4000 miles, Nov.
Fully equipped. $24,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
VOLVO 540 '04. Loaded,
power, leather, the
works. Call 571-8134
A VOLVO '86
Get from A to B
and back cheap!
S Very dependable,
new tires, extra parts
,dnd maintenance
paperwork. $3,000 OBO,
904-571-4115
SFord Taurus '99
SExcellent condition,
J I. black. Call .
(912)-674-2034 or
(912)-882-8868. $1500.
Trucks,Vans, SUVs '00-05
ALL
Military
and
Civilian

|$0 DOWN I
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662-0726




7 CADILLAC EXT
V: '03. Lthr, CD, SR,
only 36K mi.$30,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY AVALANCHE '05
16k miles, awesome
truck! $25,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY AVALANCHE '05
Silver, low miles, must
see to appreciate. 571-8134
CHEVY COLORADO LS '04
Crew Cab, all power,
extra nlcell $14,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY SILVERADO '05
9k miles, extra cleanll $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY SILVERADO
1500 '05. Quad Cab.
Chrome step bars, great
work horse. 571-8134
CHEVY TAHOE LS '02 Lthr,
TOM BUSh AuTOPLEX 371-.487

OCD ur ir.J '
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY TAHOE
'03 Orn,' J9i' Ou mi
Cramo'Ion .18 8060
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Dodge Dakota '01
sc-ou .,. a.anir..na
,: na l- r .-s I l
Coll C'.. .a .,:r j'Jl KI
DODGE
DURANGOESLT
'02. Leather, CD,
cream puff, $10,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD ESCAPE XLT '05
Ui.n. Con.. :--'
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4B77
FORD EXPLORER '03
XLS, Low miles,
extra cleoni 1 $12,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Ford Explorer XLT
'97 White, 88kmi,
new Michelin tires-
grey leather, pwr
everything 0,4.0, V6,
clean, call Brian
779-0607, $8000
FORD F100 '82 6 cyl, good
woods or work truck; in
JanO, Si 5i 'J.'894 'J.


V FORD
EXPLORER Eddie
Bauer '05
Leather, CD. $19,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD
EXPLORER '03
Leather, CD, beau-
tiful. $13,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD F-150 '93 XLT V8,
all power w/dual tanks,.
green, 70K ml. 269-6216
FORD F-150 '04
24K miles, V6, nice! I $12,968
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD F-150 '01 V6, Ready to
Go to work!! $7488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
(7\ FORD F150 KING
RANCH '01 Fully
equipped, $16,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y FORD F250
SUPER DUTY'03
Turoo Diesel onil'
36k mi:, $25,995 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD FREESTAR Low
miles, nice minivan.
Must sell Call 571-8134
e Ford Ranger '00
Super cab, 4D,
SXLT, V6-3.OL,
Excel lent condition,
fully loaded, 85k miles,
$8,500 269-7318
y FORD SPORT
TRAC '05. Only
20,000 miles, fully
equipped $18,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
,7 GMC YUKON LT
I'04. Only 30,000 mi,
Ithr, CD $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
I HUMMER H2 '05
White, Navigation,
2 DVDs, 10,000
miles. $40,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
W INFINITI QX4 '01
Fully equipped,
leather, CD, sun-
roof, $15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y INFINITE M45 '03
D White/tan, sunroof,
CD, $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f INFINITI FX35 '04
Champ/tan, only
30,000 miles,$26,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

ISUZU
RODEO '99
86K MILES. A/C,
PWR STEERING. PWR
WINDOWS, PWR
DOOR LOCKS. TILT
WHEEL, CRUISE
CONTROL. AM/FM
STEREO, CASS..
DUAL FRONT AIR
BAGS,
ABS 4-WHEEL. ROOF
RACK, ALLOY
WHEELS.
Private Individual
$6000 obo.
Call 553 3249
SJeep Cherokee
Laredo '91 6-cylin-
t der, 4 door, power
windows, auto-
matic towing, hitch, A/C,
runs great. $2,500.
744-1794 or 742-3525
JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE '02 Sport,
leather, extra nice! $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JEEP GRAND


work,
work,


y JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LTD
'05. 10Kmi. $23,420
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LTD
'04 4x4, V8, fully
equip, sunroof. $19,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Jeep Laredo '90 4
wheel drive, auto
SI tran, A/C, $1500.
Call 260-4012.
LANDROVER LR3 '05
Nav, leather, sunroof,
extra nice 11 $35,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN PATHFINDER '05
17k miles, loaded,
like new!! $21,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Nissan Titan '06
Silver, 4,100 miles,
V parking sensors,
multi-CD, spray-on
bed liner, utility
package, $22,765. 505-6279
"7\ NISSAN XTERRA
'03 Cnly .15 j L .i: ,
i;136J1 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
/(7 SCION XB '05
Full, -quic, &
aorip ,' .i5 9i'i
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
STOYOTA FJ,
CRUISER '09 4x4.
& yellow, fully
equipped, Bk miles,
$31,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
3 TOYOTA 0FJ
( CRUISER '07.
Black, fully
equipped. BBS wheels,
Only $32,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA SEQUOIA
'03. Lthr, Sunrf, CD
Fully equip $19,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
fy TOYOTA TUNDRA
(A '03 Fully equip, only
36K miles. $19,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 TOYOTA TUNDRA
| '00 J.. c ,
I lI n.l Oi i I,
0.u00n.1 CO
.nog.er cr, r cu-,.:.nr.
ri .-i lnp-r ,.. acr bIuv
r.ooK .er ,Cl r.
0 .".'06
VOLVO XC90 '04
L. Olr.Er CC,- unr,
Mr,] i,-,. ml i6 4fiis
998.0012
LEXU5 OF JACKSONVILLE







V /Dodge Gand
SO) CHRYSLER
PACIFICA 1,6
T.junrig : -.3,
Ir.,u.;ari, ', .:-O r.,ou:-'
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Dodge Grand
Caravan '99. cE
.t. Zpc. cr, -'J30'"

& Dodge Grand
Caravan '99
c. ,:r .I r. or 3,1c,98
T rao A rda.-. :.:r..
l : J. r .r, --a

DODGE RAM VAN '01

TOM BUSI AUTOPLEX PI-lAl
Dodge Van '89
I' r., .:'l r,aii.) ,:,,r. a
CA o- .in r:r,ur: .r,
,OI e1.C'4..'1J or

FORD WINDSTAR SEL '03
37k ml, Gotta SeeH! $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

^^^____7


FORD M
1 owner,
Ar -"


ANG LX'93
paint, cold
000 134--060


JaX Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006











$7.9 Billion




The economic impact of


the military in Northeast


Florida and Southeast


Georgia is 7.9 billion.


Local businesses benefit from the military and


civilian personnel who buy and rent homes and


who purchase goods and services. Let them know


what your business has to offer by advertising in


31


one or all of the military


at the local bases in the


For advertising

information,

please call

904-359-4336,

Fax 904-366-6230.


publications distributed


area.


.lM .. Mirror .Periscope


Iwom













MILITRY FIANCIN

El U


06 CADILLAC ESCALADE


06 DODGE STRATUS


I PIT


03 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS


05 TOYOTA COROLLA LE

_. uim _


04 FORD F150 EXT.






SAVE'~


00 CHEVY TAHOE


SAVE


04 JEEP GRAND C


SAVE


CALL NOW FOR PRE-APPROVAL


"&S fiiiq Cans WotddWOdI


4851 SAN JUAN AVE

Corner ra.n.aL & San Juan

Not Far From The Base

Call For More Details


01


CIVIC


904-387-0800


www.networkautosales.com


I

or





32 a181Air NMWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 16, 2006


F,-,... 't.pr Refresh
> http://Cogginauto.com
-. gr


-p


18 Dealerships, 22 Banks and 4500 New and


Used Vehicles All At One Convenient Location...


@ cogginauto com


. ... .. : -I .-F..I". I.. ,--.Z -.. . -- .-,- ... o -f. !'- _.- -. -, ;_


............... At Cogginauto.com, you'll find every
tool you want for researching your next vehicle.
With over seventeen Florida dealerships represent-
ing most major import and domestic lines, you'll
never have to leave cogginauto.com to find the
information and the vehicle you want.
In addition to an online inventory
of over 25o00 new cars, trucks, minivans
and sport utilities, you'll see our entire
inventory of used cars. With each vehicle
listing you will find: the features, options, -
accessories and a 360 degree photo spread.
Z, ___- Cogginauto.com has one of the largest
online databases of vehicles, and is also home
M to some of the web's best finance tools: pay-
M as 0 'ment calculators, lease vs. buy comparisons,
'j reverse payment calculators. These finance
tools will tell you exactly how much you can afford and how to make the
most of your money.
Plus, you can apply for financing on-line and -
acquire the best current finance rates on the
market Even if you've had troubled credit I
history, with Coggin's enormous buying power,
we can help you get affordable financing on a ...
quality vehicle.
And its doesn't end there.
After you find the vehicle you want and get approved for the financing
you need all from the comfort of your home or office we'll complete your
purchase online and deliver your new or used vehicle directly to you.
Buying has never been easier.


',.... .. .. ._. ..': -
.-.j,.L-: ...-m.... ..
J :....:+ "' ""'- H i'i ^". -.'


" 9)


^O1ITAKE AN ADDITIONAL


250 OFF
Must present coupon at time of purchase at Coggin Automotive Group dealership. Valid 30 days from date of publication.

Find The Right Vehicle

Find The Right Financing

And The Guaranteed Lowest Price


-880U


111l-


I,


low:a


~"


`~~` -