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iax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 23, 2006


Looking back in time ...


HEY MONEYMAN!


File photo
Shoppers wait in line inside the NAS Jax Navy Exchange in 1959.


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Go ahead, make fun of


Hey, MoneyMan!
My wife and I have credit
cards and debit cards.
Whenever we are together,
she gripes when I use the
credit card instead of the
debit card.
She says it is easier to
keep up with our spending
if we use our debit card. I
say it does not matter
because the cost is the
same. I like to use the cred-
it card.because we get bonus
points that we can use for
airline tickets and other
things.
Is there really a difference
between a credit card and a
debit card?
MoneyMan Sez:
Yes, there is a difference
between a debit card and a
credit card and the one that
is better for you depends on
your spending habits and
how you use the cards.
When you use your credit
card, do you pay the balance
off in full every month? If
so, using your credit card is
a good idea. If your wife's
complaint is that you are.
unable to pay off the bal-
ance every :nntith, then she
is correct. i
You are really spending
money you do not have.
According to. a recent article
in the Florida Times-Union,
David Bauerlein noted that
a debit card is a "pay now"
arrangement, while a credit
card uses the "pay later"
method.
If you keep track of your
spending and do not over-
spend because of the easy
access of your credit card,


credit cards are usually bet-
ter than debit cards. Not
only are they safer, you are
not actually spending the
money until you pay the
credit card bill at the end of
the month.
In addition, the bonus
points are just that, a bonus
for using the card. Unlike
credit cards, debit cards
have no federally guaran-
teed limits for unauthorized
charges. Also, debit cards
require you to spend the
cash from your account at
the time and point of sale.
If there is a dispute about
the item you purchased, you
must work to get your own
money back. There is no
stop payment option with a
debit card. Another nega-
tive feature of the debit card
is that some companies will
put a block on your account
for an amount, much greater
than you actually spend.
For example, if you use
your debit card to purchase
$30 worth of gas and do not
enter a PIN, the gas station
may put a block of up to $75
more than the purchase
amount, That means that
the extra 75 bucks will not
be available for you to use
until the block is released,
which could be several days.
Whether you use debit
cards or credit cards always
keep one thing in .mind.
The way to stay out of trou-
ble is to t rack your spending
and to always spend less
money than you earn. Save
and invest the difference.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.


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You ari invited to the following Base Chapel
\Vo':wship Sei vices this Sunday:

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-
101:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.


S. GSE2 JIMMY SPELLER
Job title/command:
Naval Waterfront Brig

/ Hometown: Philadelphia

Family Life: Married with one
daughter.

Past Duty Stations: USS Carney, USS
Gettysburg. USS Stark and USS Thach

Career Plans: I am currently working on my
bachelor's degree.

Most Interesting Experience: Working at
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in detainee opera-
tions.



,. MARLENE ANDERSON

Job title/command:
Licensed Practical Nurse
Naval Hospital Jacksonville

Hometown: Pensacola

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

Past Duty Stations: Charleston, S.C.

Career Plans: To retire in the near future.

Most Interesting Experience: Working
at the NAS Jax Branch Medical Clinic for the
past 15 years.

Words of Wisdom: Get your education!


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt.hip-Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Cap. 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 JAI t NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JAX Ai 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 JI AIi Nrm can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email jaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the JAXlMIRNWS, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JI AIR NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
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Jax Ar NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 23, 2006 3


Leadership


seminar focuses


on predatory lending

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor
Leaders from NAS Jax and tenant commands came
together for a special Leadership Seminar on
Predatory Lending Nov. 14 at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club. The event was sponsored by the NAS Jax Navy-
Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) to ensure top mili-
tary members are aware of current predatory lending
issues. Another seminar was held later that afternoon at
VP-30 for 80 command financial specialists from area
commands.
Last month, a new law that caps payday loan interest
rates at an annual rate of 36 percent for military mem-
bers and their families was enacted as part of the 2007
National Defense Authorization Act. The new law also
requires payday lenders to disclose certain loan informa-
tion and limits lenders' ability to automatically, rollover
loans. All service charges, fees, renewal charges and pre-
miums are included in, the 36 percent rate.
Although this is a major victory in the war against those
predatory lenders who take advantage of military mem-
bers, it is only part of the solution to an ongoing problem.
"One of the best things we can do to help our junior serv-
ice members to not fall prey to these scams is to educate
them on financial matters," said NAS Jax NMCRS
Director Dave Faraldo. "So, we decided to host a special
leadership seminar here to keep our,top military members
aware of predatory lending issues on the national and
state levels and to give them information on how they can
help their junior Sailors."
Several key speakers from outside the military dis-
cussed such topics as why military personnel are inviting
targets, what different kinds of credit lenders/scams are
easily available and what makes using this type of credit
predatory. "I felt that by being invited to this seminar
today, it was a wonderful opportunity to speak to some of
the brightest and the best in the military about the new
law regarding predatory lenders," said Consumer Affairs
Director of the Consumer Federation of America Jean Ann
Fox. "The problems with this issue will continue even
though this law has been passed so we have to come up
with strategies to keep people aware of the problem and
how we can plan the next step forward regarding this
issue." Fox has been a strong advocate supporting regula-
tion of payday lenders for many years.
Another strong advocate who spoke at the seminar, was
Consumer Attorney Lynn Drysdale of Jacksonville Legal
Aid who has helped numerous military personnel caught
in scams by predatory lenders. She also recently testified
before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing
& Urban Affairs in Washington, DC a few weeks before
Congress voted on the new bill. She is a leading con-
sumer advocate on this issue and has sued several local
payday loan companies preying on military members.
"I was invited to come in and talk to the leadership at the
base here about the problem of predatory lending regarding mil-
itary members and the new legislation that was enacted by
Congress, a bill sponsored by Florida Sen. Bill Nelson to protect
the military from nredatorv lenders." said Drvsdale. "Aside


Jean Ann Fox Lynn Drysdale
from enforcing the law, we are going to need to do a lot of work
on financial education and counseling and on how to offer good
alternatives to this issue. We have to come up with ways so mil-
itary members have access to good credit products and don't
become trapped in predatory lending scams."
With several key players on the war against predatory
lenders located in the Jacksonville area, hosting the semi-
nar here was highly beneficial. "This seminar is very
unique in that it's brought together several 'dragonslay-
ers' who are important and effective advocates for military
members and all consumers regarding this issue. We have
some heavy hitters here today," stated NMCRS President
Steve Abbot. "Regulating payday lenders is a big issue,
but part of what we need to do is provide education and
that is why we are here today. Another key component to
all this is providing responsible alternative means of cred-
it. The credit unions and banks need to step up to this
requirement. Many financial institutions have facilities on
base, which is a privilege, so they need to take responsibil-
ity and help out our military members by not only provid-
ing credit solutions but financial education to young serv-
ice members as well."
"One of the things that happens when we hold seminars
like this is that we can get people together to focus on and
work together to try to protect Sailors and Marines and
ultimately other consumers as well," added Abbot. "By
shutting down unscrupulous lenders, you don't eliminate
the need for credit. People still need credit but it needs to
be provided in a morally and economically responsible
way. And the payday loan industry does neither of those
things. However, a spotlight has been shined on them and
legislation has been enacted at the national level to protect
service men and women. There is still substantial work
that needs to be done on the state level though. We've had
some victories this year, but we recognize that it's only a
step along the way and we still have work to do."
There are several alternatives for military members
who need some financial help. "The NMCRS has been
around for more than 100 years. We provide interest-free
loans for military members and their families, 24 hours a
day, seven days a week for basic necessities and emergen-
cies. And, we don't contact our client's command to let
them know," said Faraldo. "Another option is the new
VyStar Credit Union Pay and Save Program which offers
a six-month loan at a much lower percentage than a pay-
day loan. There are lots of options for military members;
they just need to be aware of them. Each command is
required to have a command financial specialist and hold
regular training. People need to realize'that payday loans
are not a good solution. We see about 2,000 cases a year
and many of those are people in trouble from payday
loans. I've never seen one person helped by taking out a
payday loan."
For more information about the services available at the
NMCRS. call 542-3515.


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4 lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 23, 2006


Naval

Medical

Logistics

Command

to

overcome

health care

provider

shortage
By MC1(AW/SW)
Jeffrey McDowell
Navy Medicine Support
Command PAO
If you are a health care
provider or a nursing
professional, Navy
medicine needs you, and
you don't need to head for
the recruiting office. You
can join the ranks of more
than 3,700 health care
personnel worldwide cur-
rently under contract
through Naval Medical
Logistics Command
(NMLC).
If you are already a mili-
tary or civilian health care
provider, Navy medicine
also needs you. You can
help reach civilian
providers.
You can help by sharing
with your civilian private-
practice counterparts the
benefits and personal
accomplishment you gain
by providing health care to
the men, women and fami-
ly members of the Navy
and Marine Corps team.
These contract hires
won't be entering civil
service, nor will they be
deploying to one of the
trouble spots around the
world. That's not to say
they won't be serving their
country. As a contract
hire, these providers will
administer health care in
a Navy hospital or a Navy
clinic in the United States.
Most health care servic-
es contracts include a base
year and four option peri-
ods for a total of five
years. This opportunity to
serve has a number of
advantages over a regular
civilian job, according to
Andrew Muenzfeld, direc-
tor, Healthcare Services
Support at NMLC.
"One of the big advan-
tages of this program is
that providers can serve
their country and support
the war effort," Muenzfeld
explains. "There are plen-
ty of people out there who
would take some pride in
working inside the naval
hospital and in some ways
contributing to the overall
benefit to the country -
without signing up."
Dr. Reuben Smith, a
contract physician who
works in the Acute Care
Depart-ment at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville,
says it's his military back-


,Photo by MC1 (AW/SW) Jeff McDowell
Dr. Reuben Smith, a contract physician who ivorks in the
Acute Care Department at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, con-
ducts an examination on Donna Bilton. Smith is one of more
than 3,700 doctors, nurses and other personnel who provide
health care on a contractual basis within Navy medicine.


ground that gives this job
personal meaning.
"I have kindred feelings
for those folks who are
being deployed because I
have deployed," Smith
says. "I also understand
some of the psycho/social
issues that Sailors and
Marines have to undergo
when they are deployed,
when they return, even
more so. There are also
additional issues that fam-
ily members experience.
Sometimes I can help
them because my family
has experienced some of
the very same issues."
Muenzfeld says Navy
medicine suffers the same
fate as most health care-
related companies: the
nationwide shortfall of
physicians and nursing
professionals.
"In the industry, as a
whole, there is a great
demand for their services,
but a woefully short sup-
ply of workers," he
laments. "Because the mil-
itary has placed so many
people in the desert per-
forming health care, all
those people have been
back-filled, using con-
tracts. Navy medicine, has
backfilled them to the
medical treatment facili-
ties (MTFs) to keep the
peacetime benefit going
here at home. That has
drawn down the national
inventory."
NMLC works with more
than 200 companies to
acquire the services of the
health care providers with
the desired skill sets.
NMLC's acquisition of
qualified health care
providers is filled with
other challenges, too.
Besides the national short-
age, there is a built-in lack
of flexibility in regards to
contract hires in the Navy
logistics world.
"We don't have the
option of immediately
offering a doc or a nurse
an additional $10 an hour
to match the competition,"
Muenzfeld says. "We just
need to do a better job of
marketing Navy medicine


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and Department of
Defense medicine as a
place that people want to
come to work. I think we
have many, many wonder-
ful attributes, and I think
we have some attributes
that the private sector
doesn't have."
Navy medicine is not
nearly as preoccupied with
billable codes and profit
margins as is the private
sector.
"In my private practice, I
couldn't take time off
when I wanted to because
I had to hire somebody,
locate someone to work for
me and then pay them to
do it," Smith explained.
"I'm at a point in my life
where I don't want to
worry about the hassles of
a private practice. I
want to spend more time
with my family and more
time with my grand kids. I
like being in a position to
have some flexibility."
Tish Ferguson, a con-
tracted nurse at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville,
says her job is more
rewarding than working in
the civilian sector.
Like Smith, she enjoys
the focus of the mission
and the working environ-
ment.
"To me, it's more family-
oriented," Ferguson says.
"We really get to know our
patients, and because they
are serving their country,
it feels different to me.
There's a camaraderie that
exists here that I did not
find in the civilian popula-
tion. Working here, there's
a sense of everybody work-
ing together. So, it's a dif-
ferent environment, a
nicer environment."
For more information or
to help, contact Andrew
Muenzfeld at 301-619-
3095 or acmuenzfeld@
nmlc. med.navy.mil.


Photos by MC3 David Didier
NCI(SW) Greg Stalling of the NAS Jax Command Career Counselor's Office, hands
AC2(AW/SW) Marcus Smalley of the NAS jax Air Operations Department, a can of pumpkin
pie filling as they work together to create the holiday food baskets.


NAS Jax Food Locker


in need of donations
From Staff


"r ith the holiday, sea-
son quickly ap-
proaching, prepa-
rations are underway at the
NAS Jax Food Locker to
ensure every military fami-
ly here who may need a lit-
tle help financially, gets a
nutritious holiday meal.
The food locker program
helps Sailors and their fam-
ilies who are in need by col-
lecting donations from those
who are able to give.

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ACI(AW/SW) Jose Diaz (left) and AC2(AW/SW) Marcus
Smalley of the NAS Jax.Air Operations Department put
together food baskets at the NAS Jax Food Locker Nov. 15.
The baskets will be given to military families who may need a
little extra help during the Thanksgiving season.
To keep the food locker stocked, donations are needed
throughout the year. Donations can be any non-perishable
foods such as canned goods or boxed items.
During the holiday season, food items are packaged and
distributed in special holiday bags to those service mem-
bers who may need a little extra help during the holidays.
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coupon to pick up a free turkey 'at the base commissary.
The food locker maintains a special account and all donat-
CS1 (SW) Greg Robinson Jr. ed funds go directly into this account to purchase food
of the NAS Jax Supply De- items for needy families.
apartment, carefully bags up Donations can be made at the NAS Jax Commissary in
some holiday food items for the special bins near the doors or at Building 1, Room 242,
the NAS Jax Food Basket weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call
Program. 542-3051.

Christmas Tree Lighting event is Dec. 2


everyone is welcome to
attend this year's
annual Christmas
Tree Lighting and Concert
Dec. I at Patriot's Grove.
Santa will arrive at 4:30
p.m. Free pictures with
Santa, g6odie bags and
refreshments will be avail-
able.
There'll be clowns on


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Don't become a statistic during the holidays


From the Navy Office of Information
Holidays bring opportunities for cele-
bration with family and friends;
unfortunately; they also account
for a staggering increase in Navy accident
rates. For the last five years, Navy traffic-
death rates are 21 percent higher over hol-
idays than during the rest of the year
while recreational/off-duty death rates are
62 percent higher.
Safety is a personal responsibility
Individual behavior is the primary fac-
tor that affects safety statistics.
Every report, every trend starts with
an individual's decision. Whether it is to
have one more drink or leave ,unattended
candles, your choice can determine the out-
come.
The "24/7 Holiday Force Preservation"
campaign highlights activities during the
holiday leave period. The safety center has
the tools to help every Sailor, Marine and
civilian remain alert, aware, and able to
manage risk all day, every day. Outreach
materials can be downloaded from the
Safety Center Web site at: http://www.
safetycenter.navy.mil/seasonal/24- 7
Holiday/default.htm.
We have an opportunity to reverse the trend
There is no acceptable level of traffic
deaths and injuries zero is the goal.
Fiscal year (FY) 2007 is off to a great
start. Traffic deaths of Sailors and
Marines sharply declined in the first
month of FY07, a 69 percent decrease of
fatalities compared with the same month
last year.
The decrease began in the second half
of FY06. Navy "Critical Days of Summer"
statistics were far better than predicted,
with the second lowest rate of traffic
deaths in 10 years (14.91 deaths per 100K
personnel; the 10-year average is 21.36)


and less than half the 10-year average of
recreational/off-duty deaths (a rate of
3.98).
Operational Risk Management (ORM)
must become a way of life
Many personnel and units use ORM,
but it is still not standardized in the fleet
or fully ingrained in our culture.
Everyone must learn how to make the
right time-critical decisions when faced
with unexpected hazards-at work, on the
road, and at home. An intro and updates
on initiatives are available at http://safety-
center.navy.millorm/default.htm.
The Traffic Risk and Planning System
(TRiPS) provides customized risk assess-
ment, based on National Transportation
Safety Board data. It includes actual
mishap cases relevant to a planned trip,
and provides a trip map, times, distances
and other products to improve supervisor
interaction. Go to the safety center home-
page at http://safetycenter.navy.mil/ and
use the TRiPs links at the top of the left
navigation bar.
Top holiday hazards
Alcohol A factor in 29 percent of Sailor
fatalities during the holidays. If you plan
to drink, have a plan for how to avoid get-
ting behind the wheel. Use a designated
driver or take a cab.
Road conditions Slippery roads and
reduced visibility demand less speed and
more attention. Adjust to conditions, don't
ignore them.
Carbon monoxide The silent killer. If
you have a furnace or space heater, a car-
bon-monoxide alarm, just like a smoke
detector, is a cheap and easy precaution.
Fireplaces and candles Although pret-
ty, be aware of the hazards of open flame
and don't leave unattended.


A frosty flight


Photo by MC3(NAC) Charles White
An Icelandic de-icing crew working for Keflavik International Airport sprays down the
surface of a VP-16 P3-C Orion before a flight Nov. 8. VP-16 is in Iceland to continue a
partnership between the U.S. Navy and the Icelandic Coast Guard and government. VP-
16 homeported in Jacksonville, is forward deployed in support of maritime patrol oper-
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VS-32: Return from deployment with USS Eisenhower
From Page 1 ,


were able to enjoy a couple of European
port calls including Split, Croatia, and
Souda Bay, Crete. The "Big E" then
started the trek through the Suez
Canal, Red Sea, and the Straights of
Hormuz into the Persian Gulf.
After arriving in the Persian Gulf,
the VS-32 flawlessly executed the
responsibilities of their platform, the
S-3B Viking. They continued to excel
at assisting the carrier with gaining a
picture of all local shipping activity
taking place throughout the Gulf, as
well as all recovery tanking responsi-
bilities, preventing low fuel state air
wing aircraft from diverting to local
airfields. These missions directly
contributed to the security and stabil-
ity of Persian Gulf oil fields and the-
ater cooperation efforts.
The Maulers continued to strive to
exceed their normal responsibilities
and immediately began looking to
further assist the air wing in the sup-
port of Operation Iraqi Freedom. VS-
32 Commanding Officer Cmdr. John
Breast's foresight saw that the S-3B's
capabilities ranged far beyond tank-
ing and surface search responsibili-
ties., As a result, the Maulers started
daily operations over Iraq in early
June. Their new expanded mission
involved flying over Iraq supporting
both British and Australian troops on
the ground through non-traditional
intelligence surveillance and recon-
naissance throughout the next sever-
al weeks. The squadron flew 214
direct combat support missions over
Iraq accumulating 692.6 combat
hours, which contributed to the his-
toric implementation of Iraqi nation-
wide elections and the standup of a
new Iraqi government.
Following the rewarding missions
involved in Operation Iraqi Freedom,
VS-32 continued east to the South
China Sea. It afforded the squadron
the opportunity to experience the
wonderful Asian ports that are rarely
seen by East Coast squadrons. The
Maulers spent nearly two months
exploring this beautiful part of the
world. "The Big E" made stops in
South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore,
and Malaysia.
Operationally, VS-32 led Carrier
Air Wing One in dependability. They
displayed a tremendous work-ethic
and tremendous motivation in getting
their jets airborne to support the
troops on the ground, as well as the
traditional missions. Over six
months, the Mauler's Maintenance
Department only missed two sorties,
achieving an amazing 98 percent sor-
tie completion rate.
Several VS-32 aviators were award-
ed Top Hook awards for their graded


Photo by MC3 David Didier
Lt. Cmdr. Brent Lapp greets his sons, Joshua, 5, and Caleb, 2, after a six-month
deployment with VS-32.


Photo by MCI (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Family members and friends of the VS-
32 "Maulers" anxiously wait for their
loved ones to arrive from their six-
month deployment.
landings on the carrier. Lts. Brian
Skotko, John Hilburn, and Brad
Whittington were each awarded Top
Five Nugget for their ball flying
around the ship. -Overall, the Mauler
aviators did an exceptional job and
were at the top of .the air wing with
their ball flying skills compiling a 96
percent boarding rate.
After more than six full months of
combat operation, the squadron
began their long journey home.
Throughout the deployment, the
Maulers have experienced the stress
and excitement of combat operations
and have been exposed to the cultures
of many foreign countries.


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Lt. Cmdr. James Reynolds gives a long-awaited hug to his
sons, Andrew, 7, and Michael, 5, after a six-month deploy-
ment with VS-32.


Photo by MCI 1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Jennifer (left) and her sister, Kristen
wave excitedly at their father, Cmdr.
John Breast, commanding officer of VS-
32, at the homecoming Nov.17.


Photo by MC3 David Didier
AE2 Thomas Speissegger of VS-32 greets his 7-month-old
daughter at the homecoming.

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toward them on the flightline. San-
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Thanksgiving snuck
up on me this year. It
is hard to believe
that the holiday season is
upon us, but it has officially
begun. Since my Navy
career is rapidly drawing to
a close, I have begun to
reflect on lots of things. The
greatest memories I have
are the people I have
served with, the places
have been great, but the
people have left an impact
on me, and have helped
shape who I am today and
who I will be in the future.
During this Thanksgiving
season, I want to thank
several of them. They
might not read this and you
probably won't know who
many of them are, but this
is my list, maybe it will
inspire you to make one of
your own. (I have not
included any of my fellow
chaplains though. Lots of
them have impacted me,
but this is a different list.)
I want to thank Marine
Corps Gunnery Sgt. Donn
Dunkle who kept me going
on my first hike in the hills
at Camp Pendleton, Calif.
It was only a 12-miler, but I
was almost to the point of
quitting until he encour-
aged me to keep going. We
forged a friendship on that
hike that lasts to this day. I
thank him for helping me
become a better person
than I was.
Next is First Sgt. Miles
Thetford. He taught me
that is was' ok to be myself
with a bunch of Marines
who just needed someone to


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My Thanksgiving list


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care about them. I succeed-
ed because he made sure I
knew what I was doing in a
strange world that quickly
became home.
I want to thank RP2
Marcus Morrow. He made
me laugh and supported me
more than any person ever
has during my career. He
was my religious program
specialist, but he was also
my friend. In lots of ways
he is like a son. I couldn't
be prouder of him if he real-
ly was my son.
I want to thank HMC
Frankin Jensen. He was
the least religious person I
have ever met who valued
me as a chaplain. He
impressed me with his
drive and his ambition. I
was motivated to work a
little harder when I was
around him. He did some of
the most amazing things I
have ever seen, yet he
never blew his own horn.
He just did great things
because that was in his
nature. He cared more
about his Sailors than any-
one I have ever seen. The
Navy is a better place
because at every stop in his


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career, he has made things
better than he found them.
We need more Sailors like
him.
I want to thank Capt.
Sean Buck for personifying
the phrase, "An officer and
a gentleman." I have never
met anyone quite like him,
probably because there are
so few people who can fill
his shoes.
I want to thank John
Bushick. He does a lot to
make this station a better
place without seeking any
credit. He goes out of his
way to make others suc-
ceed. There are not a lot of
people who find fulfillment
in someone else's accom-
plishment. It is a rare gift.
Lastly, I want to thank
Maj. Kevin Nave. He was
my battalion executive offi-
cer. He liked to laugh and
have fun. He loved his fam-
ily and his friends and was
passionate about both.
'Sadly, he was one of the
first casualties during this
current war in Iraq. His
death constantly reminds
me that freedom isn't free. I
thank him for his sacrifice.
He made more of a differ-
ence in my life than he ever
knew.
I could go on and on, but
I have to limit my list.
People are really a blessing
from God. I am thankful for
each person who has made
an impact in my life. If you
were to make your own list,
who would be at the top?
Maybe this Thanksgiving
season is a good time to
make your list . it could
bring you to tears like I am
right now and sometimes
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From the Internet
yth #1: The Plymouth Pilgrims.of
1620 were the first, to celebrate
Thanksgiving in America.
b Fact-#1: The Indians at that time had
( been living in North America for some
.40,000 years before the Pilgrims even
arrived, and they certainly had celebrated
their harvest before.
; Myth #2: The Pilgrims wore only black
and White clothing, and they had buckles
on their hats, garments and shoes.
Fact #2: Buckles did not come into fash-
ion until the seventeenth century, and
black, and white were usually only worn on
Sunday and formal occasions.
Myth #3: The Mayflower intended to
land lin Virginia but instead landed in
Cape Cod due to navigational error.
Fact #3: The. Pilgrims did intend to land
in Virginia, but not the Virginia that we
all know and love. They were planning to
land in "Northern Virginia," which is mod-
ern-day New York State, but ended up in
Cape Cod instead.
Myth #4: The Pilgrims stole the land
: from the Indians and mistreated them.
Fact #4: The Pilgrims arrived and actu-
ally found land to settle. The Indian tribe
I that 'had occupied that land had been
wiped out by a plague, so there wasn't a
tribe inhabiting the land at that time.
Myth #5: The Mayflower made a second
voyage to America.
Fact #5: The same ship that was used to
carry the Pilgrims to America was never
used again as a passenger ship. It was,
however, used as a trading vessel after-
wards.
Myth #6: The passengers on the
SMyflower were mostly old men.
Fact #6: This is the most common stereo-
type that couldn't be any less true. There
were roughly 51 men, 22 boys, 20 women,
and 11 girls. The average age of the pas-
sefigers on the Mayflower was 32. The old-
est passenger was James Chilton, aged 64.
Myth #7: The Pilgrims celebrated
'Thanksgiving every year following the
"First Thanksgiving."
Sact #7: The Pilgrims did celebrate the
"First Thanksgiving," but they did not
make it an annual event.
Vlyth #8: The Pilgrims ate turkey,
mashed potatoes, vegetables, cranberry
sauce and pumpkin pie during their
Thanksgiving meal.
Fact #8: The Pilgrims typically ate wild
* fowl and venison. Vegetables were not
even available at that time of year. They
could not have had any pies because there
wasn't a supply of sugar or any ovens to
cook the pies in. Furthermore, cranberry
sauce was not even a common food at that
time.
Myth #9: The Pilgrims brought furniture


with them on the Mayflower.
Fact #9: The Pilgrims only brought
chests and boxes on the Mayflower. They
constructed the furniture when they
arrived and settled in Plymouth.
Myth #10: The well-known enzyme in
turkey, L-tryptophan, makes you sleepy
after eating a lot of turkey.
Fact #10: You don't even have to eat
turkey to feel the effects of the feast. L-
tryptophan is documented as having a
sleep-inducing effect, but it needs to be
taken on an empty stomach and without
any other amino acids or protein in order
to make you drowsy. After eating the great
amounts of food during your Thanksgiving
meal, your stomach attempts to digest an
overload and pulls the blood away from
your brain, causing the drowsiness. Other
foods such as chicken, pork and cheese also
contain as much or more tryptophan as
turkey. As is the case with turkey, various
other amino acids are present in these
foods besides tryptophan, and they don't
make you sleepy. Therefore, you can blame
overeating and alcohol consumption for the
sudden lethargy you feel after you're fin-
ished with your Thanksgiving meal
Myth #11: The original Thanksgiving
feast took place on the fourth Thursday of
November.
Fact #11: The original feast in 1621
occurred sometime between Sept. 21 and
Nov. 11. Unlike our modern holiday, it was
three days long. The event was based on
English harvest festivals, which tradition-
ally occurred around Sept. 29. President
Franklin D. Roosevelt set the date for
Thanksgiving to the fourth Thursday of
November in 1939 (approved by Congress
in 1941). Abraham Lincoln had previously
designated it as the last Thursday in
November, which may have correlated it
with the Nov. 21, 1621, anchoring of the
Mayflower at Cape Cod.


The Navy Drug Screening Labora-
tory (NDSL) donated Thanksgiving
Food Baskets to the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Civilian Employee
Association (CEA) and the Second
Class Petty Officer Association.
More than 65 baskets were collect-
ed to help make the holiday season
better and brighter for families
serving at Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville and Naval Branch Health
Clinic Jacksonville. (From left, front
row) NDSL Staff Conrad Mangune
and Deborah Taylor, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville CEA Treasurer Tammy
Cason. (From left, back row) NDSL
Executive Officer Lt. Darryl Arfsten,
Naval Hospital Jacksonville CEA
President Melvin Butts and NDSL
Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr.
Thomas Bosy.


Emeril visiting NEX
enow ned culinary-
genius and national
television personali-
ty, Emeril Lagassi is com-
ing to NAS Jacksonville to
visit with Sailors and pro-
mote 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.






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Parking lot

becomes

family festival
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
d,* he annual NAS Jack-
sonville Military
Family Appreciation
Carnival proved extremely
successful Saturday as
hundreds of military family
members stopped by to
enjoy the entertainment,
large inflatable rides, arts
and crafts, free popcorn and
lots of give-a-ways.
The event is sponsored
each year by the Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Department's Youth
Activities Center (YAC) as a
special way to say thanks to
the military community.
"We are out here today to
celebrate our military fami-
lies and to show them how
much we appreciate them
with our annual carnival.
We held it in the Navy
Exchange parking lot this
time because our Youth
Activities Center is under
renovation right now and
we thought we'd get a lot
more traffic out here and
have a lot more families
stop by and enjoy the activ-
ities," said YAC Director


Marjorie Magnin and Megan Elliot of the NAS Jax Youth Activities Center hand out some spe-
cial tickets and information for some goodies at the carnival.


Megan Elliot. "We have
inflatables, games, arts and
crafts, popcorn and are
passing out some bags with
goodies and information in
them. It's been really good
turnout. I think a lot of the
people are surprised to see
that everything is free."
Some of those new activi-
ties at this year's carnival
included a special appear-
ance from Jacksonville
Suns Mascot Southpaw and
a spin around ride that
made people somewhat
dizzy.
"We're here today
because, it's family fun day.
I'm gone quite a bit on
deployrments so we try to
keep active and do family
type events. We are really
enjoying the baseball game
and the spin around thing,"
said DCC(SW) Tom Gust of
USS John F. Kennedy, who


was with his wife and son.
The children also enjoyed
getting free balloon charac-
ters from Joey the Clown
and creating arts and crafts
at a special table set up by
the NAS Jax Child Devel-
opment Center.
"I'm here today because
it's a way to honor and
thank the military families
for all they do. I'm manning
the arts and crafts booth.
We have several different
projects the children can do
depending on their age
level," said NAS Jax Child
Development Center Edu-
cation Technician Lead
Angie Benitez.
Overall, the carnival was
a huge success and lun-
dreds of kids and parents
left with smiles on their
faces. "I'm here today to
have some fun with my 3-
year-old son, Ciro. We've


had some popcorn and kent
on most of the inflatables
although he was a little, dis-
appointed that he wasn't
big enough to go on the
spinning ride. And the
clown made him a sword
balloon," said Capt. Ken
Brinsko of Naval Hospital
Jacksonville. "We're really
having a great time."
Several patrons also
received gift packages dur-
ing the carnival.
"We are giving away
Disney packages, Ringling
Brother's Circus packages
and a Schwinn kid's bike
donated by the NEX. Lots
of good stuff just for coming
out to the carnival," added
Elliot.
The next celebration for
military children will be in
April to recognize the
Month of the Military
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville


offers 'open access' appointments
By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jax Marketing A d,


aval Hospital Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. .,
Raquel Bono and Naval
cHospital Jacksonville's leadership are -' ,
committed to providing patient cen-
tered quality health care. This is one
pf the hospital's top priorities and
Tlelivering timely, quality care in a
afe and friendly environment is at
,he heart of this endeavor. This
ipeans ensuring timely access to
health care that meets the needs of i
our patients.
Bono has formed an Access to Care
(ATC) Committee to look at the hospi-
ial's business practices to find ways r
to put patients in touch with their
health team. Some of the recently
implemented initiatives that are
snaking it easier for patients to obtain
appointments when they need them
include changing appointment book -
ing rules and ensuring provider
schedules are available for booking
six weeks in advance.I
Up until recently, the hospital used / ,r(
a "full-triage" approach. Patients Photo courtesy of Naval Hospital lax Public Affainr
would call Central Appointments and Central Appointment's Clerk Darlyne Johnson schedules appointments for Naval
compete for appointments with other Hospital Jacksonville beneficiaries.
patients based on the type of care.
they needed-acute, routine or follow- available on any given day and elimi- com, a web-based tool, allows patients
up appointments. nates backlog. This method provides enrolled to a primary care manager at
This method limited the types of easy access appointments, which can the hospital or one of its clinics tc
appointments available each day. be used for whatever type of appoint- book appointments 24/7 from their
Because provider schedules were lim- ment the patient desires. home computer. Further, ATC focus
ited to 30 days, this method resulted The hospital is now publishing groups are being utilized to gather
in a backlog know as the patient provider schedules six weeks in patient feedback to improve services.
inventory." advance for more scheduling flexibili- The National Research Corporation
The "carve out" method was used ty and increasing the number of is contracted by the TRICARE
for acute or urgent care and reserved appointments for each provider. Management Activity to assess
for patients meeting the same day Better planning for medical educa- patient satisfaction levels. Since the
appointment criteria. This system tion classes, leaves of absence and formations of the ATC Committee ir
stratified patients but did not relieve temporary assigned duty by medical March, Naval Hospital Jacksonville
the patient inventory, staff ensures appointments are not has steadily increased its access tc
The "open access" approach focuses canceled at the last minute. care scores. The ATC initiatives are
on doing today's work today. This Other initiatives to improve access ensuring Naval Hospital Jacksonville
non-traditional approach allows include consolidating inpatient ward is providing patient centered care anc
patients to decide when they need rounds to increase provider time in realizing its vision to be "first in serv-
appointments instead of what is the clinic. Also, TRICAREOnline. ice."


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HM2 Janelle Harris and Moseka McDermott, holding her
newborn Eric Jr., demonstrate the rocking chairs donated to
Naval Hospital Jax by Navy Wives Club of America Jax No. 86
Nov. 14. Standing (left to right) Diane Ludwig, Ensign
Jennifer Trimble, Cmdr. Angela Nimmo, Flora Trantham, Amy
Johnson and Capt. Bonnie Holder.

Naval Hospital

Jacksonville receives gift

from Jax Navy Wives Club
By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jax Marketing
Navy Wives Club of America (NWCA) Jax No. 86
presented Naval Hospital Jacksonville Maternal
Infant Unit (MIU) staff with new rocking chairs
Nov. 14.
Director for Nursing Service Capt. Margaret Holder
gladly accepted the furniture from NWCA President, Amy
Johnson.
Johnson said, "The NWCA has been on the base since
1947 helping where there is a need." She explained the
club donated the chairs when it learned the ones previous-
ly donated were damaged.
Moseka McDermott and her newborn son, Eric Jr. were
the first to use them. McDermott reported the rocking
chair was very comfortable. When asked how she liked
the new MIU, she said, "It's great. I love this new floor. I
had my daughter here two years ago and the old ward
wasn't as nice as this."
MIU Department Head Cmdr. Angela Nimmo expressed
her gratitude for all the gifts the NWCA has provided .the
hospital over the years. She quipped, "I'm not sure who is
going to like the rocking chairs more, the babies or the
staff rocking the babies!"
The NWCA also provides layette sets for the first baby
born on New Year's Day, Mother's Day and Father's Day.
Additionally, the club provides lollipops for the pediatric
patients who visit the NHJ Immunization Clinic. The
NWCA is a national organization for spouses of enlisted
Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel.

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HS-11: Back from Med cruise


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The first real tasking for the
Dragonslayers came in mid-May
when the Enterprise Strike
Group transited the Straits of
Gibraltar. HS-11 plays a vital
role in all straits transits by pro-
viding anti-terrorism force protec-
tion air cover for the aircraft car-
rier. A few days later, USS
Enterprise. made its first port call
to Split, Croatia. The Sailors had
an opportunity to get off the ship
and enjoy a foreign culture that
most had never experienced.
Less than a week later, the car-
rier made its second port call to
Souda Bay, Crete. Shortly after
the boat was being moored to the
pier, the Dragonslayers were
called into action. Two foreign
jets had collided off the coast and,
HS-11 immediately launched a
search and rescue mission. While
ships that were already on sta-
tion recovered the survivors, HS-
11 proved they are ready to
launch at a moments notice.
As USS Enterprise headed to
the Middle East, HS-11 squadron
members were given an opportu-
nity to fly into the small African
nation of Djibouti before reaching
the Arabian Gulf. This gave the
squadron the chance to fly some
overland training flights while
simultaneously working on the
laser range that was available.
The environment was a perfect
warm-up for the mission the
Dragonslayers would perform in
the upcoming weeks.
Once the strike group was in
the northern Arabian Gulf, the
squadron departed for its first
detachment of the deployment.
Three crews and 16 maintainers
flew into the southern Iraqi city
of Al Basra to assist the Joint
Helicopter Forces, Iraq in main-
taining peace and stability. For
almost four weeks, HS-11 worked
side-by-side with British forces
carrying out several missions;
including reconnaissance, armed
convoy escort and troop trans-
port. The.Dragonslayers success-
fully completed more than 90 sor-
ties in the challenging environ-
ment. The talent and profession-
alism of the maintainers showed
as they worked night and day to
keep two HH-60H's flying in the


Photo by MC3 David Didier
Many members of HS-11 and VS-32 returned home to that long-awaited
kiss.


extreme heat and sandstorms. of
the Iraqi desert.
After supporting Operation
Iraqi Freedom, USS Enterprise
departed the Middle East for the
Western Pacific. The change of
scenery was welcomed as the
entire ship was 'relieved from the
brutal heat of the Middle East.
After some training flights on the
Japanese island of Okinawa, the
ship made port calls to Busan,
South Korea, Hong Kong and
Singapore. These unique ports
had something
to offer for
everyone with
nice hotels and
restaurants, ,) .


great shopping
and sightseeing
and some much
needed time off.
Prior to head-
ing to the next
port call, the
ship participat-
ed in one of the
older traditions
in the Navy, the
'Crossing the
Line' ceremony,


Photo
Family members
11 and VS-32 ret
six-month deploy


which occurs
when a ship crosses the equator.
Sailors who have already partici-
pated in this tradition are known
as Shellbacks, while those that
have not are Pollywogs. After a
couple of hours of fun, King
Neptune and his court converted
more thanl80 Dragonslayers


from Pollywogs to Shellbacks.
The carrier then transited the
Straits of Malacca en route to its
next port call. Once again, HS-11
was called into duty by providing
force protection as USS
Enterprise pulled into Port
Kelang, Malaysia. Most Sailors
enjoyed liberty in Kuala Lumpur,
about an hour bus ride from the
port. One of the highlights of this
port call was the Petronas
. Towers, currently one of the
tallest buildings in the world.
This was anoth-
er beautiful port
that offered
great shopping
and sightseeing.
After return-
ing to the
Middle East,
USS Enterprise
conducted oper-a
nations in the
northern
Arabian Sea.
HS-11 took
by MC3 David Didier advantage of
celebrate as HS- the close prox-
urns home from a imity to the
yment Nov. 18. mountains of
Pakistan and con-
ducted daily training flights to
maintain their readiness to oper-
ate in any environment. They
wrapped up their time in the
Middle East with a port call to
Jebel Ali, United Arab Emirates
prior to the transit back through
the Suez Canal. For their eighth


Photo by MC3 David Didier
AM2 Matthew Castleberry gives his son, Mason, a big hug after landing on
one of the HS-11 helicopters.
and final port call, the ship pulled eign countries. For most of the:
into Lisbon, Portugal before tran- 200 Sailors in the squadron, this-
siting the Atlantic back to was their first deployment.
Norfolk, Va.
Along with providing assis- e b
tance during straits transit e
and helping the British in Al
Basra, the Dragonslayers also
performed daily missions of
search and rescue, medical
evacuations and vertical
replenishment. HS-11 suc-
cessfully transported hun-
dreds of thousands of pounds
of food and spare parts from
supply ships to USS
Enterprise.
When HS-11 completed the Photo by MCI (AW/SW) Heather Ewton
2006 deployment they trav- Morgan Klug (right) and her brother,
eled more than 25,000 miles, Riley, take a minute to play with dad's
flew more than 2,600 flight flight gear after his return. Their father,
hours and will have had mem-' Lt. Cmdr. Odin Klug of HS-11, returned
bears of the squadron in 17 for- home Nov. 17.


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Lt. Bill Leeper of the Florida Highway Patrol discusses the impor-
tance of safe driving during the holidays and how people can pre-
'vent being involved in an accident while on the road. Leeper
stressed that wearing seatbelts saves lives and that drivers should
be aware of their surroundings at all times.


Tim jeror of the NAS jax Safety Office talks
about changing mirror positions to prevent blind
spots while driving during the safety stand down.
Hundreds of base personnel attended the stand
down.
Photos by MC3 David Didier


NAS Jax Fire Inspector
Doug Thomas discusses
fire safety and some of
the things people can do
to prevent accidents
during holiday season at
the safety stand down
held at the base theater
Nov. 16.


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Thanksgiving meal T -

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ABH2(AW/SW)
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daughter, Savannah,
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15. Staff members
served a traditional
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Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
ABE2(AW/SW) Tanisha Prins of the Transient Personnel Unit Jax enjoys a
special Thanksgiving lunch with her 15-month-old son, Davion, at the
NAS Jax Child Development Center Nov. 15. Parents of children at the
center were invited to eat lunch at the center with their children.


HELPING HANDS


Feed the homeless
The Clara White Mission is
looking for volunteer help in:
"Feed The City" Community
volunteers serve Thanksgiving
Dinner to the homeless and dis-
advantaged families in the com-
munity. Please contact Bob
Stone at 354-4162 regarding
this program.
Special event
Twelve volunteers are needed
Dec. 5 for the annual holiday
event benefiting the Monique
Burr Foundation for Children,
Inc. which helps abused and
neglected children of Northeast
Florida. Volunteers will greet
guests and handle parking serv-
ice. You must have a valid driv-
ers license. Contact Barbara
Florio at 642-0210 for addition-
al information and to sign up.
Mayor's Holiday Festival
for Seniors
Join the City of Jacksonville's
Adult Services Division Dec. 9
as they provide a holiday meal
and entertainment for approxi-.
mately 3,000 senior citizens at
the Prime Osborn III Convention
Center. Volunteers will assist
with set-up, decorations,
greeters, ushers, serve meals
and cleaning up. Volunteers will
receive complementary parking,
a JaxCorps T-shirt, drinks and
snacks. For more information,
call 630-1020, Ext. 5 or 591-
2632.
Mayor's Open House
The mayor's old-fashioned
holiday is scheduled for Dec. 14
at City Hall and Hemming
Plaza. The event includes holi-
day caroling, delicious treats,
entertainment and other activi-
ties. Volunteers are needed to
assist with luminaries, children's
crafts, dress as holiday charac-
ters and other planned activi-
ties. .For more information, call
630-1020, ext. 5 or 591-2632.


Mentors needed
The Children's Home Society
is looking for volunteers to
become mentors to children
ages 4-15 who have a parent
incarcerated in prison. For more
information, call 493-7747.
Homeless shelter
The I.M. Sulzbacher Center
for the Homeless serves more
than 1,000 meals per day, every
day of the year. These meals
are prepared and served with-
the help of over 100 civic, reli-
gious and business organiza-
tions from the Jacksonville com-
munity. Serving meals at the
center is a fun and feel-good
way to give back to the commu-
nity. For information about vol-
unteering at the I.M. Sulzbacher
Center for the Homeless, call
394-1356.
Big Brother/
Big Sister Program
The most direct way to impact
the life of a child in our commu-
nity is to volunteer your time as
a mentor. Big Brothers/Big
Sisters has more than 300 chil-
dren waiting to be matched with
caring adults. We have mentor
programs that will work with
nearly anyone's schedule and
all mentors receive guidance
and ongoing support from
trained staff members. To volun-
teer, call 727-9797 or send an
e-mail to ppaterson@bbbsjax.
org.
Dignity U Wear
Volunteers.are needed to help
process clothing in order to fulfill
the needs .of our clients.
Volunteers are needed Monday
through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on
Saturday. Contact Michelle
Charron at 636-9455 for infor-
mation on volunteering.
Help needed
for Special Olympics
Volunteers are needed for


Special Olympics. Events are
ongoing. For more information,
call 874-4232.
USO Welcome Center
Volunteers are needed to
man the USO Welcome Center
at Jacksonville International
Airport. A variety of shift times
are available. Call Lynne at 305-
4467 or email lynne@usojax.
com for more details.
Greeters needed
The Jacksonville and the
Beaches Convention and
Visitor's Bureau is looking for
volunteers to meet and greet
visitors to the Jacksonville area.
For more information, call Patti
O'Neal at 421-9158.
Docent volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides
an invaluable service to the
museum? and to its visitors.
From monthly training lectures
to the finished tour, docents use
a combination of important his-
torical information and good
humor to bring works of art to
life. If you are interested in vol-
unteering, please contact Susan
Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or
by e-mail at sgallo@
cummer.org.
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, ext. 253. The HabiJax
Home Store also needs help
coordinating donated materials
and furniture. Call 722-0737.
Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for
Humanity, Inc., serves Green
Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg, Keystone Heights
and Penney Farms. Volunteers


are needed Tuesday through
Saturday throughout the year to
help out. For more information,
call Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at
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Wednesday at 10 a.m. in
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville Wellness Center Tobacco Treatment Specialist Danny Woodard
explains what the damages of chewing tobacco are and describes different alternatives to help
ATAN Daryl Hermansen of the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Jax, quit his
habit.


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;onsumed with each from achieving your smoking cessation
goals. Irrational ideas are based on your
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A holiday wish from Jax, the old fire engine


By Randy Hall
NAS Jax Firp C ief
he old fire chief hobbled
downthe stairs as he had
done 10,000 times. It was
almost midnight and the fire-
house was quiet, the lights were
down and it was that special
time.
The firefighters had laid down
to rest and the chief walked his
station in the stillness as he had
done countless nights before. The
years had worn on him and th'
face in the mirror looking back at
him was no longer a rookie fire-
fighter with child-like innocence,
but an old man with years of
wear on body and soul.
It was his time to relax and get
some fresh air. The moon was full
and the air crisp as he hopped up
on the bumper of the old fire
truck, looking out the truck bay
when something magical hap-
pened. The old fire engine start-
ed to speak and the two old
friends engaged in timely conver-
sation. "Hey, Jax, how's it going?
While reading the response
reports today, I saw you were
busy," said the chief.
"Yeah, chief," answered the
engine. "I had to look out for the
rookie driver. He came mighty


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Jax, the old fire engine, stands ready for the next call at the NAS jax Fire
Department.


close to a truck this morning and
I had to. show him how to get to
the base gym."
"Hey Jax, you know I trust you
with my kids. You took real good
care of me when I rode in that
right seat" said the chief.
"Yes, I did. You were always
doing something stupid that I
had to get you out of. Speaking of


stupid, chief, I am not going to
respond to any more calls where
people are hurt because of alco-
hol," said the engine.
The chief jumped off the
bumper and looked around at the
old engine and scowled. "You're
what? I'll take you down to the
scrap yard and make razor blades
out of you." he shouted.


"I'm not going to any more calls
where people are hurt. I can't
take it any more," spoke the defi-
ant engine. "I can't bear to see
one more Sailor hurt. My heart
can't take it anymore."
"No, Jax," spoke the chief in a
more understanding tone. "We
have to respond, it's our duty."
"Not me. Let Quint do it," said
Jax, speaking of the younger
truck in the next bay. "That's not
all chief. I am not going on any
more domestic violence calls.
Last week, we responded to a
house and a man had beaten his
wife in front of the kids. The
mother was bleeding and he was
apologizing to her. Both of them
were under the influence of alco-
hol. The sound of those children
crying just tore me apart. Then
Department of Social Services
was called to take them to a
strange home in the middle of the
night. Chief, I saw those chil-
dren's eyes, the fear, the fright,
the unknown of being ripped
away from their parents. Both
parents going to jail for battery.
I don't understand it, chief."
"And, then there was the quiet-
ness on the engine when I
brought the firefighters back to
the station. You know the guys
are always laughing and having


fun, but when a child is involved
it's like a tomb, it kills them a lit-
tle at a time," said the engine,
sadly.
"I know, Jax," said the chief. "A
firefighter's heart is scarred with
these types of incidents. That's
why God gives them such big
hearts to handle all the pain they
see."
"What about the guy at the bar-
racks, chief? The one who got
drunk and fell down the steps
and is paralyzed for life? Where's
the reasoning that a 20-year-old
will never be able to walk again?
' Whose mother and father sent
him off to the Navy to defend this
country. Then he falls down a set
of stairs from underage drinking
and never walks again. What is
wrong with that picture, chief?
Why does an old fire engine know
that excessive drinking is hurting
the customers we are sworn to
protect?" sobbed Jax. "But here is
the straw that breaks the
engine's back, chief. On Highway
17 today, I saw a young mother
crying hysterically holding her
badly injured child because a
drunk driver hit them. The child
died in her arms, chief!"

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Photos courtesy of YAC
Derrick Smashum is caught on camera with a surprised, look on his face when he saw the new furniture and toys in the Youth
Activities Center.


A letter to



those who



support YAC

Dear staff, parents, and friends of the Youth
Activities Center program,
We are writing to invite you to an important meeting on
Dec. 6 at 5:30 p.m. at'the NAS Jax Youth Activities
Center building. The children in our program spend any-
where from 10 to 30 hours a week with us. Whether you
are a parent, staff person, volunteer or supporter, you
care about the content and quality of our program.
,,ur lives are demanding, and there never seems to be
enough time for things which really matter to us. This
meeting will be a chance for us to talk together about
what experiences we want our children to have at the pro-
gram. Join us in setting the vision for our program that
will support children's development.
We also want to explore how we can work toward our
vision. We will promote program improvement through
use of a process called advancing school-age childcare
quality. Before the conclusion of this meeting you will

Eyes on road, hands on wheel


From Staff


rivers, don't forget
to use your hands-
free device if talking
on a cell phone while driv-
ing. Those caught using a
cell phone without such a
device will have three
points put on their base
driving record and must
attend a driver improve-
ment course.


Point accumulation can
cause your base driving
privileges to be suspended.
Three points during a
one-month period driver
improvement course.
Six points during six-
month period suspension
for 30 days.
12 points during one
year or 18 points during
two years suspension for
at least six months.


Register now for SIU spring classes


From the Navy
College Office
Southern Illinois Uni-
versity's (SIU) Col-
lege of Applied Scien-
ces and Arts offers Bachelor
of Science degrees in
Health Care Management
and Electronic Systems
Technologies at NAS Jack-
sonville. The programs are
especially beneficial for
those in medical or technol-
ogy career fields because
they maximize award of


academic credit for profes-
sional training as well as
work experience. The pro-
grams consist of 120 semes-
ter hours of credit.
The 48' semester hours of
major coursework is taught
in residence by SIU faculty.
The classes are held on
weekends (Saturday and
Sunday) from 8 a.m. to 4:50
p.m. Students who are able
to attend full-time, com-
plete the 48 semester hour


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T he Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) is
giving away two trips to Australia and a host of
other prizes, as part of a joint services partnership
between MWR's Information, Tickets and Travel (I.T.T.)
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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-
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To enter, MWR customers should visit www.ittaus-
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chosen I.T.T. office for entry into the local contest. Each
local I.T.T. office's first place winner will then be entered
in the grand prize drawing.
All entries must be received by close of business, local
time on Dec. 1 to be eligible for the contest. Customers
without Internet access should visit their local I.T.T. office
to enter online. Each participating I.T.T. office will con-
duct their local contest Dec. 1-8. A list of participating
I.T.T./I.T.R. offices' may be viewed at www.ittaustralia.
com. The drawing for the grand prize will take place the
week of Jan. 15 and the grand prize winners will be noti-
fied by Jan. 24.
For more-information on the local contests, visit your
I.T.T. office. For complete rules and entry into the grand
prize drawing, visit www.ittaustralia.com.

JAX: Christmas wish


From Page 17


The NAS jax Youth Activities Center was recently cleaned out.
and renovated to improve the quality of the center's program
and as part of the accreditation process of the National After
School Association.
learn more about this process and have an opportunity to
decide how to use the materials to improve our program.
We hope we have scheduled the meeting at a time that
is convenient for you. Child care will be available for chil-
dren ages 5 to 12. A light snack will be provided. Please
call 778-9772 for directions or any questions you may
have. Our program will benefit from your participation in
the discussion and decision-making process.
Sincerely,
Megan Elliot
Youth Activities Director

NEX customers can win

NEX 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-
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"I don't know Jax. People sobbed the chief. The fire
do stupid things during the chief hobbled back up the
holiday season that they stairs and put to paper
normally wouldn't do," what Jax had told him. The
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"Chief, the guys on the duty as always, lights and
trucks were crying when we siren blaring and pulled out
came back. The death of of the station to protect the
that little girl is killing warfighters.
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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
tards 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!
Jingle Bell Jog
Dec. 14, 11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road/Antenna Farm


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

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.


,. Ma CMDCM Ceroma Love
Y of Navy Operational
Support Center Jax signs
up for the Jingle Bell Jog
Nov. 17. The Jingle Bell
Run will be held Dec. 14
Oo a at 11:30 a.m. at
-Perimeter Road near the
Antenna Farm. For more
information, call 542-
--3518/3239.



Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
($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.
Free Mall & Movie Trip
Saturday
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater
Van departs Liberty Cove at 1 p.m.
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.

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.
No movies will be shown Nov. 24-25 due to the holidays.
Dec. 1, 7 p.m. Step Up (PG-13)
Dec. 2, 5 p.m. Superman Returns (PG-13)
Dec. 2, 7 p.m. Clerks II (R)
Dec. 8, 7 p.m. Miami Vice (R)
Dec. 15, 7 p.m. Glory (R)
Dec. 16, 5 p.m. Accepted (PG-13)
Dec. 16, 7 p.m. World Trade Center PG-13)


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

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club


No green fees! Cart fee only!
Nov. 28 for active duty
Nov. 30 for retirees and Department of Defense personnel
Senior Military Invitational
Dec. 14-15, 7:30 a.m.
Continental breakfast, lunch served each day.
$70 per person
-X
Christmas Eve Golf Scramble
Dec. 24, 10 a.m. shotgun start
$40 military and Department of Defense/$50 civilian
guests.



For information on booking command or private func-,
tions at the O'Club Or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club'
main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3 7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3 7 p.m.



Call 542-3227/3682 for more information.
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!


SIU: Register now for spring

From Page 18
major in 16 months. Transfer work from other colleges
and universities, CLEP/DANTES testing, military train-
ing, and work experience fulfill the 41 semester hours of
core curriculum and 31semester hours of approved career
electives.
The following are classes offered for the spring semester
which runs Jan. 6 through April 22.
Health Care Management
HCM 364: Health Care Supervision
HCM 381: Health Care Management
HCM 375: Analysis & Evaluation of Health Care
HCM IS: Independent Studies-HCM 301, 349, 401,.
422,450
Electronic Systems Technologies
EST 340: Applications of Solid State Devices
EST 341: Digital Circuit Applications
EST 342: Microcomputer Applications
EST 343: Microcomputer Applications Laboratory
EST IS: Independent Studies-EST 300, 319, 351, 401;
450
The SIU office is located in the Navy College Office,
Building 110, second floor. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to4'
p.m. daily. The telephone numbers 778-3130.


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Carrier

undergoing renovation


Photo by MCSN Jennifer Apsey
A Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) crane removes the main mast from the island
structure of USS George Washington (CVN 73) Nov. 10. The Norfolk-based
Nimitz-class aircraft carrier is undergoing a $300 million shipyard availability at
NNSY.


Sailors jumpstart college degrees

with virtual counseling, SMART


From Naval Education and Training
Command Public Affairs
he Navy College Program (NCP)
now offers two tools on its Web site
designed to guide Sailors and
Marines in their quest fto college credit for
military experience.
The Sailor/Marine Online Academic
Advisor (SMOLLAA) is a virtual counseling
tool that eases online navigation and helps
compile college credit for Navy courses and
experience for the Sailor/Marine American
Council on Education Registry Transcript
(SNLART).
These tools are available via the NCP
Web site and expedite the process of
receiving college credits through 17 accred-
ited colleges that have partnered with the
Navy through distance learning. Sailors
and Marines can use the tools to develop
their own degree program with the school
of their choice.
"SMOLAA teamed with SMART really
speeds up the process," said Barry Nelson,
director of the Navy College Center,
Center for Personal and Professional
Development Voluntary Education
(VOLEDi Detachment in Pensacola, Fla.
"SMOLAA/SIMART allows Sailors and
Marines to, literally see how their credit for
experience' and training is applied to cer-
tain degree programs with the Navy's
partner schools. In just a matter of sec-
onds, a complete academic evaluation for
the school of choice will appear on screen
with credits applied.
"SMOLAA really takes SMART to the
next level," added Nelson. "And Sailors
will be able to do this from their work sta-
tion, their home, aboard ship, or any other
location that has Internet access."
Nelson thinks SMOLAA came online just
at the right time for Sailors. "The
Professional Military Education (PME)
Continuum requires Sailors to take a seri-
ous approach to off-duty education,"
Nelson said. "The Navy College Program is
working to stay one step ahead of the
curve through our partnerships with col-
leges, and universities for rating-relevant
degrees and advanced education."
ASC(AW/SW) Terry Doss, leading chief
petty officer, Aviation Support Equipment
Technician "A" school at Naval Air
Technical Training Center in Pensacola, is
nearing completion of a Bachelor's degree
in Professional Aeronautics, and is a big
supporter of SMART.
"The SMART transcript provided a clear
acknowledgment of my Navy training to
the college in which I am enrolled," Doss
said. "It presented me and my college the


necessary information needed to make an
informed decision as to what course of
study I should follow based on the number
of credits recommended by SMART and
accepted by the institution."
:.Doss was surprised how many credits he
had actually earned through his Navy
experience and training.
"SNLXRT is easy to use and makes clear
what degree path you should follow with
the assistance of SMOLAA and the Navy
College Program advisor," Doss said. "If it
wasn't for SMART, I would have believed I
had a long way to go in completing my
degree.
"The way SMART keeps track of your
.training has made it almost impossible not
to get your education certified by a col-
lege," added Doss.
Junior personnel are also making the
connection for secondary education. PS2
Jamie Brown of the NAS Pensacola
Personnel Support Detachment, has used
SMART to formulate her degree plans. She
is presently enrolled in an associate's
degree program, with an ultimate plan of
earning a bachelor of science degree in
physical therapy or nutrition.
"As I reviewed my SMART, I saw what I
was awarded for non-traditional training
hours; it made things a lot clearer to me,"
Brown said. "The SMART told me exactly
how many credits I have earned while on
active duty and what area the credits
would fall under. Once applied to a degree
path, the SMART transcript basically fills
in the blanks for you. 'I was very pleased
when I discovered that I only needed four
classes and two College Level Examination
Program tests to complete my associate
degree. My local Navy College Office coun-
selor was very helpful with degree and
school options, and has been instrumental
in my success."
As more and more Sailors turn to the
Navy College Program Web site to select
their colleges and formulate their degree
plans, SMOLAA will become the tool that
guides them through the process, accord-
ing to Nelson. "SMOLAA is another good
perk for Sailors," he said. "Sailors will find
that it is an easy-to-use tool to help them
get the most from their Navy training and
experience, and eventually reach their goal
of obtaining a degree."
Since SMART was introduced in 1999,
more than 3 million transcripts have been
downloaded.
For more information on SMART and
SMOLAA, visit the Navy Knowledge
Online Web site at https://wwwa.nko.navy.
rmil or the Navy College Program Web site
at https://www.navycollege.navy.mil.


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T he Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society's (NMCRS) Education
Programs help eligible Navy
and Marine Corps families pursue
their academic goals by providing a
source of education financing.
Assistance may be in the form of a
grant and/or interest-free loan,
depending on the applicant's individ-
ual circumstances and on the specific
program under which assistance is
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The following are eligible for edu-
cational assistance:
dependent children of
active duty service members, retired
service members, service members
who died while on active duty or in a
retired status.
spouses of active duty service
members.
active duty service members
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children and spouses of
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undergraduate student at a post-sec-
ondary institution approved by the
U.S. Department of Education and
have a minimum cumulative Grade
Point Average (GPA) of 2.0.
Financial assistance is provided
solely on the basis of the applicant's
financial need in accordance with
policies established by the Society's
Board of Managers.
Vice Adm. E. R Travers
Scholarship and Loan
Named after the society's 11th pres-
ident, the Travers Scholarship and
Loan Program provides grants and
interest-free loans for dependent chil-
dren of active duty and retired service
members, as well as spouses of active
duty service members.
The scholarship provides a qualified
student with a grant of up to $2,000
per academic year while the loan pro-
vides the service member (the parent
or spouse of the student) with an
interest-free loan of up to $3,000.
Receipt of an award in one year does
not guarantee an award in subse-


quent years.
Loan terms: Service members who
qualify for and desire to execute a
loan to assist with the education of
their dependent son, daughter, or
spouse, must agree to repay the loan
in full within 24 months by allotment
of pay minimum monthly payment
is $50. The minimum loan amount is
$500 and the maximum is $3,000.
Application deadlines: Applications
for the Vice Adm. Travers Scholar-
ship must be postmarked no later
than March 1. A single application is
for both the scholarship and the loan.
Any applications received after that
date will only be processed for the
Vice Adm. Travers loan. Applications
for the Vice Adm. Travers Loan will
be accepted through Oct. 15.
Spouse Tuition Aid Program
Open only to spouses residing with
the active duty service member sta-
tioned at overseas locations, the pro-
gram provides a grant of up to 50 per-
cent of tuition for on base education
programs, up to a maximum of $300
per undergraduate term or $350 per
graduate term, and $1,500 per aca-
demic year. Administered locally by
an NMCRS Auxiliary, an applicant
need rjot be a full-time student.
Note: Spouses of active duty service
members residing overseas are eligi-
ble for assistance under either the
Vice Adm. Travers Program (as a full-
time student) or the Spouse Tuition
Aid Program (as a full- or part-time
student) but not both programs at the
same time.
Children of Deceased
Service members
Service members's who have died
on active duty: The society provides
assistance in the form of a grant, the
amount of which is determined on a
case-by-case basis.
Service members's who have died in
retired status: The society provides a
grant of up to $2,000 per academic
year to the children of service mem-
bers who died in retired status.
USS Stark Memorial Scholarship
Fund: Limited to children and widows
of deceased crewmembers of USS
Stark who perished as a result of the
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Sailors can check their credit report free


From the Florida Trade
Commissio
A program that began last
year gives Sailors in
Florida the opportunity to
request a free annual credit
report from th6 three nationwide
consumer reporting companies -
Equifax, Experian, and
TransUnion at www.annual-
creditreport.com.
The Fair andiAccurate Credit
Transactions Act of 2003,
(FACTA) amends the Fair Credit
Reporting Act (FCRA) and
requires the nationwide credit
bureaus to provide consumers,
upon request, a free copy of their
credit report once every 12
months. The Federal Trade
Commission advises consumers
when ordering their credit report
online to be sure to spell the
name of the authorized Web site
correctly, or link to it from the
FTC's Web site to avoid being
misdirected to other Web sites
that offer free reports only with
the purchase of other products.
Consumers in 11 southern
states may request a free annual


credit report beginning June 1.
In addition to Florida, these
states are Alabama, Arkansas,
Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Mississippi, Oklahoma, South
Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas.
"Consumers can use this new tool
to monitor their credit, check for
accuracy in their personal infor-
mation, and help protect them-
selves from identity theft," said
Lydia Parnes, Directors of the
FTC's Bureau of Consumer
Protection. "But consumers
should remember that there is
only one authorized source to get
your free annual credit report
online, www.annualcreditreport.
com."
Consumers who visit www.
annualcreditreport.com will be
able to obtain their free report
online. Consumers also may
request a copy of their credit
report by phone at 1-877-322-
8228 or by mail at Annual Credit
Report Request Service, P.O. Box
105281, Atlanta, GA 30348-528.
A standardized form that con-
sumers should use for the mail-in
option can be downloaded from
www.annualcreditreport.com or
from the FTC's Web site, and can


also be requested by calling the
FTC's Consumer Response
Center at 1-877-FTC-HELP.
Consumers may choose to order
free reports from all three nation-
wide consumer reporting compa-
nies at the same time, or stagger
their requests over the course of
the year. The law allows con-
sumers to order one free copy
from each company every 12
months. Consumers are eligible
to order a free credit report any
time after their state of residency
becomes eligible they are not
required to submit their request
within a certain period of time.
The FTC advises consumers
ordering free credit reports online
to be sure to spell the name of the
authorized Web site correctly, or
to link to it from the FTC's Web
site. This will ensure that con-
sumers are at the correct site to
order their free annual credit
reports. While consumers may be
offered additional products or
services while on the authorized
Web site, they are not required to
make a purchase to receive their
free reports.
The FTC has issued a new con-
sumer education brochure, "Your


Access to Free Credit Reports,"
that explains how consumers can
request their credit report and
dispute any errors. The brochure
also reminds consumers that
www.annualcreditreport.com will
not send them e-mails or use pop-
up advertising requesting them
to provide personal information
for a free credit report. The FTC
cautions consumers to be aware
of e-mails and pop-up ads that
claim to be from www.annual-
creditreport.com but are unautho-
rized and could be scams. To be
sure their transaction is secure
and their personal information is
not at risk, consumers should
close their Internet browser after
obtaining their report. The FTC's
brochure is available at http://
www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubs/cre
dit/freereports.htm.
A credit report contains con-
sumers identification informa-
tion; payment history with differ-
ent creditors; a list of inquiries
made by various financial institu-
tions; and information on the
public record, such as foreclo-
sures or bankruptcies. Consumer
reporting companies collect and
sell this information to lenders


and other businesses that have a
permissible purpose to obtain it.
The Federal Trade Commission
enforces the FCRA with respect
to consumer reporting companies.
For more information, visit
www.ftc.gov/credit.
The FTC works for the con-
sumer to prevent fraudulent,
deceptive, and unfair business
practices in the marketplace and
to provide information to help
consumers spot, stop, and avoid
them. To file a complaint in
English or Spanish (bilingual
counselors are available to take
complaints), or to get free infor-
mation on any of 150 consumer
topics, call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-
HELP (1-877-382-4357), or use
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Sailors testing their way to college degrees


By on Gagne
Naval Education and Training Command Public Affairs
According to the Defense Activity for Non-
Traditional Education Support (DANTES) and the
Navy College Program (NCP), Sailors are enrolling
in distance learning education programs in record num-
bers, and reaping the rewards in the form of college
degrees.
In fiscal year 2005 (FY-05), 61,700 Navy personnel
enrolled in more than 168,000 undergraduate college
courses and just over 13,000 graduate courses. This six
percent increase in enrollments over FY-04 continues an
upward trend in recent years as Sailors rely on distance
learning to complete secondary education programs.
"What we're witnessing is that Sailors are getting serious
about secondary education," said ETCS(SW) William
McKeithen, voluntary education (VOLED) program direc-
tor for the Naval Educational and Training Command
(NETC).
"They see this opportunity as personal and career
enhancing, and they're meeting the Navy's Professional
Military Education (PME) task of earning a rating-rele-
vant degree to increase their chances for promotion and
job placement. A college education at the expense of the


Navy is not only possible, but plausible, and it's happen-
ing every day."
McKeithen credits the continued rise in enrollment fig-
ures to the Navy's aggressive approach to distance learn-
ing through its Distance Learning Partnership program
with colleges and universities throughout the United
States, and Tuition Assistance (TA), which pays 100 per-
cent of tuition and fees charged by educational institu-
tions for course enrollments. TA is capped at $250 per
semester hour, with a fiscal year credit limit of 12 semes-
ter hours per individual.
In FY-05, the Navy funded more than $83 million in TA
funding to help Sailors reach their educational goals,
whether assigned ashore or at sea.
Aboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), which is presently
deployed with Carrier Air Wing 14 in the Persian Gulf,
more than 2,800 Sailors have registered to take instruc-
tor-led or distance .education courses since the ship left
her homeport of San Diego in January. According to the
ship's Educational Services Officer Lt. Bill Kuzma,
"Ronald Reagan University" is a perfect role model for the
Navy College Program Afloat College Education
(NCPACE) program.
"I'm just amazed at the level of participation we have
from our Sailors in NCPACE," Kuzma said. 'We've had


2,804 Sailors sign up for NCPACE instructor-led courses
or distance education courses since the beginning of our
deployment, and credit-by-examination has been very

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call 772-0242 or Pea
8032.
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Thursday of each mo
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Church Education Bi
Ricker Road. For mo
call 387-4332 or 272-
The Disabled
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are held the second
each month at 7
Madeira Drive, Oral
chapter also has sI
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Friday from 1-4 p.m
claims. To make an
for more information,
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Saturday at 10 a.m.
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the first Wednesday
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es Clubs of MOMS Club of Orange sonnel are encouraged to attend or
Jax #86 meets Park/Westside holds their contact Lt. pmdr. Herlena
of each month, monthly meeting the second- Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
n Building 612 Thursday of each month at 10 a.m. or email Herlena.Washington@sar.
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ted Methodist 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7
building at 5900 on Collins Road. For more informa- p.m. every Friday night. For more
ore information, tion, call AO1 Michael Steckly at information, call 269-5369 or visit
9489. 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542- www.fllx.org.
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service officers of each month at 6 p.m. in the more information, call Jeff
Wednesday and Shands Hospital Blue room. For Marquardt at 246-9932.
n. to help with more information, call Janneice A community Thanksgiv-ing
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Archive and Retired Federal place to go for the holiday Nov. 23
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Active and extends an open invitation to all cur- be free. To plan for the event,
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available with CLEP and DANTES


From Page 23
popular. We expect to conduct about 400
College Level Examination Program
(CLEP) and DANTES Subject Standard-
ized Test (DSST) exams before the cruise
'is over and about 75 American College
Testing Assessment Program (ACT)
;exams. We're going to continue testing
every Sunday so that everyone who
.requests to take exams has an opportunity
:to do so."
Like a number of young Sailors today,
McKeithen enlisted in the Navy with plans
to obtain a college degree at some point
during his career. Now, 20 years later, he
passes that advice along to junior person-
nel.
"As a junior Sailor, I discovered, the Navy
would pay for CLEP and DANTES subject
exams," McKeithen said, "so I took several
opportunities to refresh myself on courses
I knew fairly well and then followed
through by taking the exams. Once I
passed all of them, I submitted my tran-
scripts to a local college and was awarded
college credit. By the time I had completed
my first tour of duty, I was already into
the continuous learning mode, so I stuck
with it. Overall, my CLEP and DANTES
exam credits provided about half of the
credits I needed for my associate's degree."
McKeithen has since added a Bachelor of
Science Degree in chemistry and graduate
certificates in leadership, management,
and human resources to his portfolio, and
he admits he is quick to point out the bene-
fits of secondary education.
"I've stressed throughout my career the
positive benefits Sailors receive by using
their local Navy College Office and base or
ship libraries to bone-up on a subject and
then take an exam for college credit," he
said. "As professional Sailors, we have
demanding schedules, and taking advan-
tage of the programs that help us reach
our desired goal is a no-brainer."
CTT1 William Cockrell, a shipboard oper-
ations instructor for the Navy's CTT 'A'
school in Pensacola, has followed much the
same path in obtaining his college degree.
Cockrell points to TA, credit-by-examina-
tion and distance learning as his motivat-
ing factors.
"Credit-by-examination helped speed up
the process of earning my degrees through


Excelsior College," Cockrell said. "Distance
Learning allowed me to complete my
degrees while working for the Navy full
time. I've taken and passed 20 credit-by-
examinations that included CLEP, DSST
and Excelsior exams. TA and credit-by-
examination made completing a degree a
reality for me. You can't beat the flexibility
and the convenience."
Sailors who are unsure of what direction
they need to pursue to obtain a college
degree can turn to the Sailor/Marine
Online Academic Advisor (SMOLAA), a
"Virtual Counseling" tool that has been
added to the Sailor/Marine American
Council on Education Registry Transcript
(SMART). SMOLAA also displays and
plots rating-relevant degree programs
offered through Navy College Program
Distance Learning Partnership institu-
tions. This degree-shopping feature allows
Sailors and Marines to watch their
SMART credits transfer into a degree pro-
gram offered by 18 accredited colleges that
have partnered with the Navy through dis-
tance learning.
Another popular program is the Service
Members Opportunity Colleges Navy
(SOCNAV), which consists of 85 accredited
colleges offering specific associate's and
bachelor's degrees to Navy members
worldwide through resident courses or dis-
tance learning. Colleges taking part in
each curriculum area guarantee to accept
each other's credits for transfer. The
"home" college issues an official evaluation
of all prior learning on a SOCNAV agree-
ment. This agreement serves as the stu-
dent's long-range degree plan.
With the Navy's emphasis on enhancing
promotion through academic achievement,
more service members than ever before are
enrolling in college courses and using their
military experience or taking credit-by-
examination to earn college credits.
Whether they're serving aboard ship,
overseas or on shore duty, a college educa-
tion awaits through their nearest Navy
College Office.
To learn more about the Navy College
Program's Distance Learning Partnership
Program, CLEP testing or SOCNAV, visit
www.ncp.navy.mil. To learn more about
DANTES Subject Standardized Tests, visit
www.dantes.doded.mil.


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And they're off! A group of runners takes off at the starting line.



Annual Turkey Trot



brings out runners


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor
It was the perfect day for the annual
Turkey Trot Nov. 17 as 97 runners
turned out to participate in the 5K
run. The event is sponsored each year by
the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department (MWR).
Placing first overall and first in the
men's military category was Drew Kenny
from VP-30 with a time of 17:36. Taking
second in the military men's category was
Hank Bruncuik of the Substance Abuse
and Rehabilitation Center, coming in at
18:23 followed by Barry Buss of
Commander Helicopter Sea Combat Wing
Atlantic, Detachment Jax, who placed
third with a time of 18:38.
In the military women's category, Susan
Miller of VR-58 took first with a time of
20:43, followed by Chun Qin Mai of Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast, coming in at
23:59 and Virginia Hernandez of VP-45, at
24:05.
Taking first in the male open division
was Brett Beisker with a time of 20:40, fol-
lowed by Mark Seidl coming in at 22:00
and Timothy Wimberely with a time of
25:58.
Christine Bell placed first in the female
open division with a time of 21:53, followed
by Candace McElroy coming in at 27:59
and Elisa Jacque in third with a time of
30:29,
After the run, an awards ceremony was
held to present medals to the winners and
six people were lucky enough to take home
a turkey for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The next MWR-sponsored run will be the
annual Jingle Bell Run Dec. 14 at 11:30
a.m. For more information, call 542-
3239/3518.


Lt. Cmdr. Susan Miller of VR-58 comes in at
20:43 to take first place in the Women's
Military Category.


Cmdr. Drew Kenny of VP-30 comes across
the finish line at 17:36 to place first in the
Men's Military Category.


Basketball leagues forming
The Greybeard and Captain's Cup Basketball
Leagues are now forming. The leagues are open
to all NAS Jax active duty, command Department
of Defense personnel and selective reservists.
Greybeard games are played Tuesdays and
Thursday at 11:15 a.m. and noon. Entry forms
and rosters are due by tomorrow. All interested
personnel should contact the athletic department
to get the required paperwork to join the leagues.

Flag football meeting slated
A 4-on-4 flag football meeting will be held Nov.
29 at 11:30 a.m. at the Building 850 Conference
Room. The league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty, selective reservists, and command
Department of Defense personnel. Commands
having their athletic officer or designated repre-
sentative attend the meeting will receive five
Captain's Cup points. All interested personnel
should attend the meeting to discuss rules and to
get the required paperwork to join the league.

Basketball tourney coming up
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 command 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.

5K Jingle Bell Jog planned
The annual 5K Jingle Bell Jog will be held Dec.
14 at 11:30 a.m. on the southeast 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 Source. There will be awards for the win-
ners in male and female military and open divi-
sions.


Sports officials
and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333. ,

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


Runners needed for upcoming article
The Jax Air News staff will be cover- member participating in these events, con-
ing the January 2007 Walt Disney tact the Jax Air News at 542-4877 or 542!
Marathon and 1/2 Marathon Jan. 6-
7. If you are a Sailor, Marine, Reservist, 3531 or via email at
Department of Defense civilian or family jaxairnews@comcast.net.


Keep those energy costs down

From the Public Works Department

A s the winter season quickly approaches, the demand to turn on the heat is rising.
Being the ever-vigilant stewards of the environment we strive to be, heat in office
buildings will not be activated until it is absolutely necessary. With your help we
hope to significantly reduce environmentally harmful emissions this winter.
Keep in mind a few tips to help lower energy costs this winter:
A sweater or a blanket is often better than a space heater.
The copier won't get cold at night, so turn down the heat on the way out.
Having six personal refrigerators is a good opportunity to get one energy-saving unit.
Start clearing that desk clutter and print off only what you really need.


NAS Jax Sports Coordinator Bill Bonser hands Daniel Jennings a Turkey Trot T-shirt shortly
before the annual 5K Turkey Trot Nov. 17.


AWAN
Anthony
Balver
of VP-30 hap-
pily accepts a
turkey from
NAS Jax
Fitness Source
Intern Amanda
Steele after
the annual 5K
Turkey Trot.


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Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 23, 2006


E v THE DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING
EVERYTHING is ON SALE


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Homes

for Sale
Baker Counry
Clay Cciunty
Dural CouniLy
Nassau County
Putnam County
St Johns County
Georgia
Out of Area





Argyle Settlers Landing
3/2 $159,900
Orange Park/Fleming IsI
OPSo 3/2 $169,900.
The Meadows 4/2 $199,000.
Tanglewood 3/2 $159,900.
Mandarin 3/2 $204,900
Purchase/Rent w/option
from $1025m-$1400m
For info call 904-260-1703
EAGLE HARBOR 3/2 +
den 1890sf on water lots
former model w/upgrds
$274,900. 757-689-8454
FLEMING ISLAND 4/2,
1886sf, private road, no
fees or restrictions,
$1000 builders move in
allowance. 765 Florida
St. $239k 101P%fin. 716-7766
Middleburg
3/2, den, 2 car
v garage, 1.14 acre,
new construction,
beautiful and very pri-
vate location. $215,900.
904-626-0830
ORANGE PARK 3br/2ba,
1700sf, newly renov, LR,
DR, kit, FL rm, ofc rm
w/sep entrance. $143K
904-264-6652. 459 Blair-
more Blvd W.
ORANGE PARK
100% Financing- Bnkrpcvy,
Self EMP, Invest OK.
Mark 904- 233- 4231
ORANGE PARK -4/2,
owner gives you $1000 to
move in. 100% fin.
All new, $165k. 110
S. Hercules 716-7766




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F. e ii rj S JAr X
1 64.150- For. a, ia.I
Call Christina Starner @
904-214-6296 Keller
Williams First Coast RIty
ARGYLE FOREST
9055 Bridgecreek Dr. 3/2,
1592sf, w/POOL, close
to NAS JAX. $213,500.
For details, Call
Christina Starner @g
904-214-6296 Keller
Williams First Coast Rity
ARGYLE Hawks Point
3/2 + BONUS 2111sf aon
.85 acre lot / fence, shed,
Built '2005. Owner relo-
coting. $259,900.
Call 777-0223 or 502-4177.
ARGYLE NO BANK
QUALIFYING. La ;
beautiful home v
rm. Call 904-403 -,
ARLINGTON 4/2 [.: : p
car gar, mstr w/walk
ins on preserve &creek
$239K obo. 904-545-8919
ARLINGTON-Lrg 2/2.5
Twnhse nr Monument Rd.
Reduced $125K. Club
hse w/pool. 904-945-3287
ARLINGTON, FOR SALE
OR RTO EZ Qualifying.
580 credit scores. $350 dn
All areas avail. Call KD


ATLA NTIC BEACH
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Green Cove Spring.
t.tognITI AN/alk Subv
New Listing! Exquisite
4br/3ba, 2500+st home.
Pool, pond, nature pre-
serve & view of St Johns
River from back yd. All
amenities of Fleming isl
Plantation! $429,900
Call Christina Starner @
904-214-6296 Keller Wil-
liams First Coast RIty
INTRACOASTAL WEST
4/3, beautiful house on
cul-de-sac, lots of
upgrades, must see. ask-
ing $339,000 obo. 716-0813
Intracoastal West
Pristine Custom Pool Hume.
4/2, LR, DR, Ig. FR. S r.:.'
kling scrnd & heated ,:-:-
w/ex-Ig deck. Best value ol
$319,900 move in by
Christmas! 12449 Gately
Oaks Lane E. MLS # 335258
l.Iraec Porr ers
WIELLER yi.i7iii1
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INTRACOASTAL WEST
-1430sf, 3/2. beautifully

AIIANDARIN UYt LEASE

Mara R m. r 5551 4j
RE 1.1X sPECIlLITS
1/.ANDARIN NO BANK
QUALIFYING "j :, :r.

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NORTHSIDE FOR SALE
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Buyer pays
closing costs.
Call 389-8541

NORTHSIDE- 4/2 Central
AC Lrg fenced yd. Great
Starter Home $99,900
3436 Soutel Dr
1-877-477-1034


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SOUTHSIDE/Glynlea 4/2,
1600st, fp, new roof, ac,
kit, bath,tile & carpet.
$176,900. 904-434-7913
SOUTHSI DE-Sweetwater
by Del Webb 55+ comm.
Cypress on lake, upgds.
$427K Broker/Owner 377-2364
SOUTHSIDE
100% Financing Bnkrpcy,
Self EMP, Invest OK.
Mark 904-233-4231
Soulhside 1, n '/VDo 4 3.1
l,:r 2?4DOf. lake view
I589.'t- or '17S0m
DO-O. c. Eo.l6E 5166&U02709
Westside-3/1, gar, tile,
wd Firs, lots of extras,
Close to N.A.S, $145K.
Call Nydia Quintana
All Pro Realty
904-568-0950
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Beach PonIe VPedra "
$32 :,0 ,r.N el w .-", >:,_: :.l~r
granile pass inrougn,
whirlpool tub, new roof.
See www.6soinfish.com
Coll Randy Brat! @ USA
Realty Mart 904-213-8287
Best Buy in Dolphin Cove!
Heritage Park Bargin!
$327,000. New 5/5, 2903sf,
hdwd firs, central vac,
preserve. 516.660.2709


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Military Relocation Specialist
CDR NC USN (ret)
Direct Line (904) 278-4176
randrade@watsonrealtycorp.com
If you're buying,
selling, or relocating,
give me a call!
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Orange Park, FL 32203 q NIuFSeN


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. FOLKSTON GEORGIA
,d acres. 4n/ mobile home,
galod w/remole
: entrance. Irg opens to den, formal
, lvidlin, huge masler
, wlofflce area. Irg bath
i wloordon lub, 2 screen
Porches, MUCH MORE.
Very well cared fotar.
$169,900. call 912-882-5629


WOODBINE, GA 295ac
in gated community. Can
be subdivided. 17mi to
195. 52mi to Jax Airport.
$2400/acre. (772)234-5171







BRADFORD CO. 30 min.
to Jax, 2 hms 25 acres, 2
ponds, lots of barns /
garages, great place for
hore- 3,,eaed round



4 Shadowlawn-3/2 on
acre, FL room,
breakfast nook,
large fenced yard,




TELFAIR CO., GA
131 AC 12,525'AC
Big Bucks!
Big Timber!
CreeK!
404-362-8244
St Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com


Waterfront

For Sale
Baker Waterfront
Clay Waterfiont
Duval 0Oceanfront
.Duval Waterfront
Nassau Oceanfront
Nassau Waterfront
Putnam Waterfront
St Johns Waterfront
St Johns Oceanfront
St. Johns Intracoastal
St. Johns Marsh Front
Georgia
Out of Area Waterfrnnt





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JACKSONVILLE BEACH
gdar, sec. entrance, pool,
elevator, Pelican Point,
$633,000. Call 904-280-3379


II'. T: i i H .E
OPEN HOUSE
2:00-5:00 TODAY
--1.5 AC FT.
GEORGE ISLAND
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Salilla River Landing
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Condos

For Sale

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




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INTRACOASTAL WEST


(904) 268-3300

REGENCY ,. .- '-
CO[R l, ; i11I u/ Cnarm-
ing, priv view, 1000sf, 3/2.5,
$148,900 607.0228


Duplex/

Townhonme

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





WESTSIDE ..'ni c. ri .
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Investment
Income
Property
For Sale
Baker County
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County
Georgia





Norlhside M.1' ,ie Jll,
Sr-nr ., l, . r 2 : r .'rl ,



Profit 30K
From My Silualion
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Lots and

Acreage

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




CR208 al 19S r ..-
properly 40tacres.
Alien 904-522-0446 or
cell 904-669-4488


One Bedroom Starting At


$68500


1100 Seagate Ave Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611


Historic Avondale

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APARTMENTS
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389-3179
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Manufactured
Homes
For Sale
Baker County
Clay County
EDuval County
Nassau County
Putmam County
St. Johns County
I Georgia




CLAY, DUVAL. & NASSAU
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MIDDLEBURG
MOVINGi MUST SELL-
2 ic.:'.' -, C,.,r -.re
rar ,r .on r T 1.io 1'
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Call Mr. Bradley
8741862 or 291-3100

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CALL TODAY 2910716
MIDDLEBURG
LAND HOME PACKAGE
cr. i :' '.3:r33 ,r,
T. N. C,u r. -"J '
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CALL (91001) 291273i
A J OR I BR ON i OR MORE
ACRES 10',. FINANCING
SEYCOR RLTY 4i7432 OR
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DUVAL CLAY NASSAU
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Coil Mr L..e,: '6 J11

4 DW Home For Sale
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FLEETWOOD i -i: 2 1
r.:. Ir.g .,..cea i 3rd
r,- r. air, exc cona
.r. ,:,, *': il 730-8606
HILLCREST '94 14 wide,
1 s Eh- stove, refrig,
:i t 4r tood condition.
:,. Coai 730-8606
HOMES OF MERIT 24x52
'93 Stove/frig, dishwasher,
wsh/dryr, c/air, shed,deck
$8500. Beaches. 730-8606
MOBILE HOME & LAND
2/2 stove/frig, dishwshr,
wash/dryer, c/air, fen yd,
shed, deck & awning.
$48,000. Call 730-8606
PEACHTREE '96 No
credit. 16x80 3/2, stv/ frig,
dshwshr, wash/dryr, c/air,
carport. $3000 eq. $482.29
for 9.5 yrs. 730-8606
SKYLINE '99 28x64 3/2,
stove/frig, dishwasher,
heat pump, like new
$24,500. Call 730-8606


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ACRES i8.IT FINANCING
SEYCOR RLTY ;7122 5 OR
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SELLING YOUR
MOBILE HOME'
TOP CASH" Old or Ne
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NASSAU CLAY & DUVAL
LO'i3 r,.:..rc: f'. :,,'3.) ,
Call Mr Louvi .83-63oi



Misc.
Real
Estate

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





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HOUSES CASH!
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Wanted to Rent





Orange Park
tTownhouse-2/1/1.5,
top condition, great
neighborhood, 1*
minutes from NAS JAX,
NSO, washer/dryer, Call
(904)386-0207


Just Arrived Or

Getting Transferred?
hen you need real estate service, call a realtor with military
experience. I'd love to help make it a smooth transition.






Kimberly Gault, REAlTOR 5
Watson St.Johns (C.R.210)

rectlne: 904-436-1349 Cell: 904-607-1446 W "
il Free: 1-866-603-7366 extL.1349 w.S.c,0-s


Middleburg 3br 2.o
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eca iien'.n 9J.-236-'i51S
MIDDLEBURGThe
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r NORTHSIDE
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ORANGE PARK 586$. A.I
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C- L K .'i,40 prcr.
2C gar poe.- .u i 3.3 .r'-. -+
aeno ;0 04 .04 5u0
OP.'TANGLEWOOD
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2 Car C,-,r ,h-'ni-.i Equio
VANSANDT RE 3693540
Orange Park
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3gor ,.- a i rjrlo + i'25
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ORANGE PARK Eagle
-arc.ar J 2 car d-arage
2300sf. $1700mo. Avail-
abie r,.-. '5-4,.-7 2 -6
ORANGE PARK
Oakleal Planlation.
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ORANGE PARIK-CLour
rooms wmilcrofreeze.
Low djlyAvIeeileY rates.
904-264-1211/725-3343
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Arlington
REGENCY INN
WEEKLY SPECIALS *
f139 7 DAY STAY 725 509]
MANDARIN Cooage
Furn-Ehea uil inr.c
162m.mo Call 04.162 138-1
or 904-707 12I




AVONDALE 1/1 $495
Near shops & grocery
Water included/must C
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
BAYMEADOWS,Beaches,
Mandarin, Riverside
Southside, Westside.
EFFIC $100WK, Apt
$150week, also.houses
for rent furn/ unfurn wk,
month. 904-302.5753

' BEACHES
CALL NOW!!
LUXURIOUS
LIVING AT
AFFORDABLE PRICES!
OCEAN OAKS 249-5611
JACKSONVILLE BCH
2/1 $950 2blks 2bch/ch&a/
fenced w&d hu/app 850sf
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
& Jacksonville Beach
Marsh Landing. 1/I
canaOc 6Ji2 l. u-ullr
S Jax Scorn re0-vl,
rr-no. Ca Call
-rnna 'O904 j66-54






NORTHSIDE 31 cra
.03 nkup ier-coa .0
z67 -.j li51jap Hu 0K
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NORTHSIDE
$575 -$780
1, 2 & 3 BR's Availi
904-757-0240
As ley Park Apt,


RIVERSIDE -Ig i cr.&
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SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Special!
CALL 398 -9492



SOUTHSIDE:
Welcome Military
T-E GaRDENis AT
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4 P4R57 T'. liNT
COr.1.1urjuNITV
Proud Participant in
the Rental Housing
Partnership Program
ior Irom 5,42
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Pool, orn s.l laIunor,'
.cl Iruendl prole-:
,onal managemenri &
rr.ainoerorce on b.us
line .*.01K Ir o ic-lore I
Call today 904-737-6576

WESTSIDE .cr rI.v,
Re, mr a A ., c:...: .5,.'T-',
CaOs. Froace4 6 i 4-7flB-tbJo
WESTSIDE $149 Sec dep
Special. 1BR, $440.
Call 388-7317
WESTSIDE Duplex TH
2/1.5 clean & quiet
w/d hkp, gd prkng, crd
chk, $695 904-707-6251



SARLINGTON Al9 ,S0o
Gift Cerolotote to Seat
with a 12ino lese 9A
eOsY aCess baulbuli
2/2.5, all eppl. blcoyl
over looks pool 1 ySlom,
904-A14-935Wl i 723-0033


NORTHSIDE / OCEANWAY
1734 Shore View Dr. W ?
17550 Montessa Terr ?
374 Poydras Ln. W
3845 Anderson Woods :
11510 Otters Den Dr.
11866 Lake Bend Cir. :
11868 Lake Bend Cir. :
12292 Coconut Grove
2356 3rd Avenue
i630 Calvin Avenue
3514 Bessent Rd. House & Apt
637 E. 60th Street
3301 Almeda Street #1


1525/1525
1500/1500
1425/1425
1350/1350
1200/1200
1195/1195
1195/1195
1125/1125
850/850
850/850
800/800
750/750
525/525

1300/1300
1200/1200
1195/1195
1125/1125
900/900
950/950
850/850
800/800
525/525


1275/1275
1100/1100
1100/1100
975/975

950 .950

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ARLINGTON / SOUTHSIDE
619 Grove Park Blvd 4/2
3820 Grand Central PI. W 3/2
13364 Beach Blvd. $600 off 1st mth 3/2
2864 Lantana Lakes Dr. E /2
7701 Timberland Park #537?
10075 Gate Parkway N #911 1 MofFree- /1
1915 Southside Blvd. 3/1
3124 Cesery Blvd 3/2
2448 Seabury Place N. 2/1
3266 St. Augustine Rd. 1/1
WESTSIDE"ARGYLYEiRIVERSIDE
'5. Rr..0aod LaKe! Dr.. 3/2
9 *, Wr..i Ce-r Gien Dr 1N 4/2
5.r -'r.,gic Bh;,reE;- LO-O o60-, 3/2.5
M-8 Bir,-:rc. oaoCd Dr 3/2
8 '' Huri-r.1a-. n .%', das r ri LB a32
14 f..T.oral Par 3 2
J81 2 Torr.c.CO Ra 3 I
c1,..i6 D.cio, Rd 2-2 5
2217 Ernes sr 21i
2119 Ern :ti 3 1 i

DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE
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$449,500
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uc--.ro-ri Ir,',cua.n? GE Monogram Stainlf-ss Steel
Appliances s '- Cap3 .1'e 1., 5o0...,u 'A-ale-.Ir.
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back ,i PFr.:.o.ri, 50 TV Is Negotiable Call
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28 aX Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 23, 2006


AVONDALE Just min-
utes from NAS Jax:
Spacious upstairs condo
(1,300 sf) with 3 bed-
rooms, 2 bathrooms and
a open view of scenic
River Park now avail-
able in Avondale. Tiled
living room and new
appliances also high-
light this Inviting spot.
$1,200 a month. Call
904/476- 7638.
BAYMEADOWS 2/2 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,
$850mo Call 904- 705- 2381
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
3BR/2BA spacious condo
close to beach, $1195mo.
Call 904- 249- 2B40
Mandarin/Sunbeam New
spacious 2/2, 1 fir, gated,
pool, all appi Incl. Must
Rentl $875m 904- 521- 1335
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
us at 904- 262- 33551o
schedule your tour today.
Mandarin Bartrum Park
William's Walk. Gated,
lbr, amenities. $885m
water Incl 645- 6003 msg
4O ORTEGA-
Condo on Ortega
River, 2 BDRM, 1.5
BA, Water Included.
Amenities, fit center,
bus/cant center, outside
grill, club pool
w/cabanas &walking
path. $900/month. Call
699- 2693
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
OCEAN GROVE 1/1+Loft
Overlooks pool, on lake,
Must rent, $900m.
Andy 904-588-4295;
Ken 904-251-5370
SAN JOSE Exec Condo
Villages of San Jose 2/2
w/d, frpl, pool, tennis
$1300mo. 904- 509-2844
Southside/Beach Southern
Grove Condo 3/2 gated.
$1100m Sell $155K lease
opt904- 265- 4800 703- 0709
SOUTHSIDE Esplanade
brand new luxury condo
gated 1/1, $1050
Call 904- 343- 5515
SOUTHSIDE 1 yr Ise
1546 so ft. Twn hse ,
2br/2. ba with loft
$1195mo. 510-219-7424 .
SOUTHSIDE 2BR/2BA,
MONTREUX, gated,
pool fitness, indoor gym,
no pet. $1100mo + dep.
lease/ purchase option.
Call 941- 468- 6309
SOUTHSIDE 2/2 1069sf.
gar, scrn porch, 1st fir,
$1200 + dep. 904-652-8460
7701condo4rentfcomcast.net
4/ Westside-Nature's
Hideaway 3BR/2BA,
S Gated pool,W/D,
small pet okay.
$1000 month + deposit.
Call 904-20- 620- 0357.






ARLINGTON New 2/2.5
End Unit Cony to 9A.
$1075/mo. N.FL Realty
Services 731- 7118.
MANDARIN Bigtree
Twnhm 2/2 flat, screened
patio, attic storage, tile &
laminate firs, w/d. $895.
904- 655- 273678- 0851
S WESTSIDE
2 BR/2 BA Twnhse
W/D hookups, patio,
security lights, new
carpet upstairs w/loft,
$750 + deposit,
904-378- 364.




ARGYLE 3/2, SPLIT BDRM5,
VAULTED CLNGS, AVAIL 12/1
NO PETS. HIS & HERS VANITIES
REF REQ $1050/MO. 860-7219
ARGYLE
3/2, LR, DR, FAMILY ROOM,
SPLIT BDRM, FENCED YD
REF REQ $995/MO. 778-2897
SArlington-Regency
S3/2, 2000sf house,
woo scrnd porch, fncd
yard, sprinkler
w/well water,
LR/DR/FR, fireplace,
$1300. Maytag micro-
wave, surround speak-
ers, inbuilt cabinets,
W/Dhkup,all appliances,
ceramic tile, 15 min to
Mayport, 25 JAX, Call
Stella 301- 792- 5181/
20 S3- 7485

S Arlington
1050/month + 1
8 month deposit,
A 3BRA/BA, hard-
wood fir, fenced yard,
inground pool, 5 car
driveway, Call Robert
Meggs, 904- 234- 3652

ARLINGTON REGENCY
3/1.5, CH&A, appl. l d
hkp, fncd yd, con Ior,
patio, $900 + dep 923- -,)
Arlington rent to oA.-,
F Fairways Fore
Remod 3/2, 2000sf. .r a
Incl, fp, LR. DR, 2 car
gar. $1500m 904- 887- 4oc1
Arlington & other areas
1, 2 & 3 BR avail, sta-.
ing at$500m Zenilr,
Realty Inc. 904-21506'.
AVONDALE 3/2 $995
ch&a, 1300SF, Garage, HA
Firs, Kit p,Kit p, WD Hkp, P:r.
VANSANDT RE 3893540
AVONDALE 2/1 $795 cr. a
944sf/HW floors/garage,
naor shops/porch/fer.c.
VANSANDT RE 389 3540
AVONDALE 2/1 $725
ch&aFplace/icargaor/-nce
d Near shops/equipt rcnr.
VANSANDT RE 3893540
AVONDALE 3/1 CH&-
w/d hkup, frpl, fenced ,a
$850/mo + $500 dep 3e.f3
Jean St. Call 388-.591
AVONDALE 3/1 Ch&a
hw fir den fpl $900
1220 Adrian Ct also 356t
Bethwood Cr w/gar n.
fir w/d $825 call 710- OIrJ
Eagle Harbor area 3'?.
new paint, crpt, OKac
front, walk to scrI
$1250mo. 904- 614-5254
INTRACOASTAL WEST
3/2, 1400SF, appi, fpl I-n
yd, 2 car gar con\ ac1
$1100mo 904- 222- 1558;
INTRACOASTAL'WEST
3/3 Trn- level, hdwd -Irs .2
scrnd porches, nev. cot
deck, $1350m. 3332 7c19
INTRACOASTAL WEST
Kernan Forest TH
3/2.5+ office, 1770sf. le.
on lake w/scrn peoli
w/d, $1350m. Jeff 262 r:3s
INTRACOASTAL WEST
2B'r/1Ba rental home
with 2 car garage ana
scrnd patio. 2 ml orr.
the beach in a aulei
neighborhood. $1200 mo
negot..Call and leaoe a
message where you can
be reached. Location is
right off San Pablo road.
904- 477- S29
MANDARIN 3/2, 2 car gar
FP, A+ cond, deck,
10333 Arrow Lakes. $1025
mo. Avail now. 372- 0837.
MANDARIN 4/2, 2100SF,
Ig yd, quiet Ioc, lease
option to buy. $1680mo.
5 $235K. Call 951- 288- 7705
i MURkY HILL 3/1, hdwd
fir, WD hkup, garage,
i fen yd, $850 mo + $850
dep. Call 904- 759- 4633
i NORTHSIDE Amelia View
4/3, 2 car gar, dock, AC
comm. pool $1400. 904-


714-0162, 813. 972-1863
NORTHSIDE 1730SF, lyr
new single fam home,
3/2, office, close to 9A &
River City Mail, approx
15- 20 mi to Mayport.
$1050m.904- 566- 2425
NORTHSIDE rent to own.
remod 3/1, w/new roof.
fen yd, detached gar
Call 783- 6888or 783- 6777
S Northside
Short drive to
' / Mayport. 3BR/3BA,
1509 sf, Reduced to
S sell. $225,900. Southern
S Style Realty 472- 7800

4 Orange Park-Rent-
ing one room in
single family
home-shared
w/officer roommate.
$600/month. includes
lawn mOint. 904- 542- 4703
ORTEGA 1/1 Cottage $595
w&d, hu/storage/cozy
Near shops and grocery
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
Ortega area-Ricker
SRidge- 3/2, fenced
.1L backyard, ameni-
ties included, W/D,
20 min to NAS Jax,
$1000/mo. 476- 8034,
778- 7530
ORTEGA FARMS 3/1 $795
ch&a, WD Hkp, Carport,
Kit Equip, Fenced Bkyd.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540


Ortega/Venetia Immacu-
late 3/1, convenient to
base. $995m. Outstand-
ing neighborhood, ch/a,
new tile, fncd yd, Incl
lawn service. Call
904- 803- 7209 352. 895- 6599
RIVERSIDE 5 Points
area 3/1, totally
restored, $1000mo. +
dep. 904- 387- 2599
4 San Jose-6042
Wilson Blvd,
3BR/1.5BA, Large
family room, dinln-
groom, laundry, eat- In
kitchen, appliances, rent
$800,465- 4101
SEABOARD AVE 3/2 $895
1300SF 1 Car Gar ch&o
Kit Equip, Fenced Bock
VANSANDT RE'389.3540
4/ Southside
SSan Pablo Road,
S1 2/1, appliances
Included, hardwood
floors, garage, 1/2 acre
lot, furn/unfurn.
$1200/month negotiable.
477- 5529, leave message.
SOUTHSIDE NEW 4/2
2200sf, Ironwood, gated,
pvt preserve view, Istry
covered patio, St. Johns
Town Center area near
St. Luke $1950m. 716- 1761
WESTSIDE 3/1, near NAS
Jax, clean quiet neigh-
borhood, CH&A,
$800mo.+ dep 744- 1570

WESTSIDE 3br/2ba, Irg
rooms, fp, Irg lot. Very
Nice! $950m + dep
904-566-1851
WESTSIDE NEAR OP
3BR 1BA, GARAGE,
FEN. YARD, WD HKP. $795
QUIET. REF REQ. 778-2897
WESTSIDE 4/2, 1850SF,
fpl. freshly painted, tile,
garden tub, 1/4+ac, 2yrs
lanal, $1300mo. 705- 1927
7670 Lookout Point Dr.
WHITEHOUSE- New 30/
2, 2300sf, fpic, comm
pool, w/d, $1500mo
Call 561- 707- 7088

WS/Lakeshore 3/1 $725
2 car gar/family rm/ch&a
w&d hu.1200sf/fenced
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
WS/Lakeshore 2/1 $695
carport/fenced/w&d hu
ch&a/new paint/must c
VANSANDT RE 389.3540

$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotline 388-1208




WESTSIDE New mobile
home park, 55+ gated
community. $300mo.
Incl water&sew 874- 3361





ARGYLE Newer 3 &
4BR's DW on private lot.
A+ schis $800 $950 /mo.
No HUD. Greg 376-5190

WESTSIDE Very Nice!
lbr/lba, w/d hu, kit
equip, carport $595m
904-566- 1851




Arlington
REGENCY INN
WEEKLY SPECIALS! *
$139 7 DAY STAY 725-5093

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

4Orange Park-Rent-
ing one room in
L single family
home-shared
w/officer roommate.
$600/month, includes
lawn maint. 904- 542- 4703

SRoommate wanted
1L> near NAS-$400
monthly, includes
utilities, very nice
home, call 904- 779- 4660
4 Westside- 1BR, fully
S furnished, $450.
I Utilities included.
Laundry facilities,
well- equipped kitchen,
direct access to down-
town. (904)- 591- 5532
4 Westside-Female
Seeks Roommate-to
41 share 3/2 house,
private room
w/bath, $450 first & last
required, Collins &
Blending Call: 908- 8935
LUXURY ROOMS
Li.'. Dull, 'Mofi, ,I-.:'
iJ'. Orl r 1 ,'Kci. i:-cr.-
KINGS INN 1961i1 i2 j33U
QUALITY INN utg) 26it 1;11





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Unfurnished
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Houses Furnished
Houses Unfurnished
Lots for Rent
*Mobile HomeiLot
Rentals
Oceanfront,
Waterfront
Rentals
SProperty
Management
SRetirement
Communities
SRoommates
SRooms to Rent
SVacation Rentals
SWanted to Rent




PALENCIA 3/2 end unit
scrn patio, gated, pool,
Incl catv, DSL &Se water,
$1195m. 904-887- 9926
PONTE VEDRA2/1 all
amenities inci'd $1325
furn/$1125 unfurn, with
garage. Call 904- 424- 7396

PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Spacious 2/2, story crnr
unit, fpl, w/d, new renov.
$1100m. 904- 635- 6375





Ponte Vedra/PalmValley
5Br/3Ba, 2400sf. /2 car, 1 yr
old Walden Chase culde-
sac, CLEAN & READY!
MOVE IN SPECIAL
$1800mo. 904- 236- 0505
PONTE VEDRA SOUTH
4br/2.5ba w/ocean &
coastal views. $2000m
Avail Nov. 678-860-7478











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





4/ St. Mary's
3/2 on 1 acre, FL
room, breakfast
nook, large fenced
yard, 145k or
$900/month. Call VikI @
912- 729- 2266


*Out of Area
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Resorts
Property
Management/
Management/
Rental Services
Miscellaneous
Unfurnished




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

Jacksonville, N.C. 1 acre -
w/septic permit In S.W.
area of Jacksonville,
N.C., close to Camp
Leguene & the beaches.
Call Ellen 910- 330- 6103.


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









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ORANGE PARK 2000sf w/
sm ofc for service type
bus. $750mo. cell 352-
745- 1056,352- 473- 3067









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MAYPORT Atlantic Bch
.023 SR 41 .Q 'huornar.
G,,cod Ra O1ir AHSE
Coara. : Zor.,a CCG' I
a'X'L.f1 i l:mirm a
Co"il / ', A:.ca J J.6

NEAR ALLTEL
BUILDING
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NEW OFFICE SUITES
i 920 c. i i50us I
Easlpark Great location'
(90) 9986-9339

All New Retail Centers
SouIhside'Weslside
288.8500


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Borrow
Mortgages Bought


CAFE COFFEE HOUSE
Great upscale location.
$180,000 859- 7240
COIN LAUNDRY-
Mayport Laundry, Dry-
fold & Dry Cleaning.
$75K OBO. 904-982-8481
LANDSCAPE BUSI-
NESS Estab. turnkey
Opp. $190k 645- 6444
LIQUOR LICENSES
Clay & St. Johns 4 COP,
best price & terms
Call 386-677-3785
LOCAL SUBS FRANCHISE
Mayport. Great oppt'y
904-233-1069
WATERFRONT
Intracoastal Restaurant
FlaglerCO. 386- 931- 2020




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





AVOID FORECLOSURE
Refi. NOW or SELL
CallMark904- 233- 4231
EZ Qualifying. Good/Bad
credit, BK7, foreclo-
sure bailout. 725- 6127


Private Instruction
*Schools
Specialty Training/
Events




REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Dec 4
8 Week Eve Class Jan 10
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269-2555
Florida Real Estate Institute
Alliance Business Schools
Real Estate, Mortgage, Title,
Home Inspection courses.
See Schedules at
alllancebusinessschool.com
or Call: 904-880H070













* Job Fairs
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Graphics Design
SAutomotive Sales/
Service
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Government/
Public Administration
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Software/
Programming
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SCustomer Service
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Caregiving
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Training

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Management
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* General Employment
* Hotel/Hospitalityl
Tourism
* Industrial Trades
* Insurance
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Maintenance
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Security/Safety
* Legal
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Janitorial Services
SManufacturing
SMarketing
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*NursesiNurses Aides
SOffice'Clermcalt
Administration
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Beauty
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Management
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Fitness
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FoodiBeverages
SRetail
SSales
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Counseling
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* Telemarketing
* Transportation
* Warehouselinventory
SWork at Home
SPositions Wanted



FINISH MOTOR
GRADER CREW
ior 1i J.:.rirc : Co Cr. i.:"T
col, In cr r :in :r :ail
90 ( 1',1i- l 0 E CE DFO P





Home Cleaners
Perlect Part Time Job!
Earn up to $1O/hr!
.MuiI r.o.,e c r
Ph 2:"'Zi


Paratransit Drivers
Needed
SafeN good pay, clean
driving record. And
clean background a
must. Drug free.
Call 493-5246 ask for
Timothy.



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

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





APT. MAINTENANCE
Exp'd in painting, turn-
key, plumbing & elec-
trical, Valid DL.
Transpt. Bkground &
drug test reqd. Exc ben-
efits. Apply at 4000- B St
Johns Ave #22 Call for
Directions 388- 2225
Drivers
Messengers
$500 sign-on bonus!
Brinks, Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
transportation. We
offer:
'Full Medical/Dental Pkg
'Company Matching 401k
STuition Reimbursement
Paid Vacation
'Time & half for 40+ hrs
* Avg Annual Salary $29K
(includes OT)
Qualified candidates will
complete a:
SSuccessful Polygraph
examination
SSuccessful background
Investigation
* Drug test/D.O.T. physical
For directions or more
information please call
(904) 353- 4331. Brink's is
an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.
License #BB8700010.
Home Cleaners
Perfect Part Time Job!
Earn up to $10/hr!
Must have car.
Ph. 242-8305





* Breakfast Cook/Buffet
Server
* Engineering/ Mainte-
nance Supervisor
* Night Audit P/T
* Dishwasher
Courtyard Marriott
Apply in person
at JTB & 1-95
4670 Lenoir Ave. South
Jacksonville, FL 32216
904-296-2828
EOE/DFWP




ESTIMATOR
SITE WORK & UNDER-
GROUND UTILITY
CONTRACTOR.
Must be able to hard bid
projects. 2 yrs exp req.
commercial, subdivi-
sion, municipal work, gd
pay exc benefits, holi-
day, vac. EOE DFWP.
Fax resumes 904- 829- 0822




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PLASTERERS &
LABORERS WANTED
Tc.o j .ag ie I Irr a' i
,,.cii'.iauaa 8er-eri,: pks
avail I3-1' -
PROJECT MANAGER
SITE WORK & UNDER
GROUND UTILITY
CONTRACT TOR
exgo rca corr.mer-
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ral work, gSd o Ec-c
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SECURITY MONITORS
tor Keston Correction-,
inc. In Jackaonville
Full & Part Time AMus
bh able to snork Jpm-
12om or 12am. oam
Reas HS diploma or
GED. Srarr I .11 hr Exp
noi req d Paid hall-
doa Fs &' vacations.
Health & IliE Ins. Musr
nass IjCIC background
cn-cK & drug tesl. Apply
in person al 2020 Dahlia
Rd, Jox, FL 32254 EOE
Security
STARTING WAGES UP
TO il2.50 PER HOUR
Immeaiale occ nn. taor
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MECHANIC WITH EXP.
Must have .wn tools
& gQod dri.ers license
Cn sqg Automotle.
4517 Appleton A.e.
Call 3o8 6800 M-F





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Console
Operator
St. Vincent's seeking on
call Console Operators
for all shifts including
weekends & holidays.
HS/GED; 1+ yrs
multi- line switchboard
exp in a fast paced busi-
ness environment, basic
computer & data entry
skills, excellent cus-
tomer service & prob-
lem solving skills
required. Apply on line
to www/.iaxhealth.com.
EOE.







DANCERS,
DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641-5033

DANCERS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370

Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110




ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
Sisslne's Office Systems
is expanding our sales
staff. Authorized full line
dealer of Ricoh, Kyocera,
Copystar. 2006 Elite
Dealer. Need motivated
& enthusiastic reps. Base
+ Comm Auto Cell
Medical *Bonuses
Training.
Fax Resume 739- 0545
sam@sissines.com





Employment Placement
Specialist. Req's degree
or year for year exp In
social work environ-
ment. Background &
drug test. Full benefits.
Apply in person at 2020
Dahlia Rd, or fax
resume904- 783- 7621


17.9 billion
Is the economic
impact of the
military in Northeast
Florida and Southeast
Georgia.
Advertise in the
military publications
distributed at the
local bases in
the area.

To advertise
Please call
904-359-4336,
Fax 904-366 6230.


Social Work

VICTIM ADVOCATE
MHN Government Ser-
vices, a Health Net
company, seeks an
Advocate for victims of
domestic violence to
work at Naval Station

sonville. You will assess
victim's needs, provide
support to victims, and
facilitate contact with
military and civilian
resources. BA degree
and 1+ yrs exp. In
domestic violence
required.
Please apply online at
www.careersatheathnet.com
Click on "Find a
Career," then reference
Victim Advocate or
Keyword 06004216. We
support a drug free
require pre- employ-
ment background
screening and drug test-
ing. Health Net and Its
subsidiaries are an
EEO/AA Employer
M/F/V/D.



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Programs thatin
"a 100 Company

$ $1500 Sign on
W' Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/2
or moreyrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
SHome most wknds
NEW PAY PACKAGE
$.34-.38/mile
O/OP pay $.90/mile
+ fuel supplement
$.01 Safety Bonus
S$.02 Service Bonus
'Medical Dental 401k
SPaid Vac & holidays
Optional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Premium Prog,
Optional Per Diem Pay
Program@ $52.00 /day

,,,,M W G Greg @
800-723-3424 for info



Driver
Be A Team Player.
Drivers Wanted
Busy season 600-800 wk
Taxi, Para-Transit, Bchs
Taxi/Para-Transit 493-5246
Tim Myles
Beach Taxi 249-0360 Brian



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


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W Navy Child
Development Home
Childcare Provider
Drop- Ins, offer
some nights & weekends
1st Aid/CPR, Yellow
Water Housing. Pis call
Yolanda: (904)573- 0271





BEST Massage & Facial
Go W. on 103rd St. pass
McManus Rd. turn right
into Timber Run. Marsa
446-5504 MM14752









AC, Heating, Rid
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/O ce
Equipment
Cloes
Collectables
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
Fruits/Vegetables
Runiture/Household
Garage Sales
Garden/Lawn
Hot Tubs/Spas
Jewelry/Watches
Kid's Stuff
Machinery and
Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous
Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods

Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade




VW BeeTle '69
4 $2,000 OBO.
Replaced
engine, transaxle,
carberator, front brake
iob. Runs great, needs
body work, call 422- 4171





SKenmore Elite
Front loader
SWashing Machine 7
mo old, $599. Call
912- 82- 406





Another Great Buy
6' Conference table & 4 chairs $199
20- Workstations $399 ea
5' x 6'&6' x7
Gator Office Furniture
s i 9 t)I J 64i6j


Keith Carlson
L.J-en-ed MiiOric. Broker
.-i -,-c.j Pr,,i ,',Ier,.iI t;r Lift
*.' I..-., .1-, -lIl ,
i-!j L'n..*nc."-i:. hesn-iji l s:>"'.ii


LLADRO carefree
#105790: $300, #07622
o 1994 Collector's,
$300. Royal Albert
mo/yr, collection $500.
771-0470-



4 Complete Dell 2350
S Dimension Desktop
Computer-256
G- force videocard,
512 RAM, 50MB
harddrlve; Call 545- 3134
or 687- 0561. $500 OBO.
Pentium II Com-
puter and 15" moni-
V / tor, 40glg hard-
drive, 64 meg
memory, $90. Call
249- 1666 CDRW DRZUE



4 42" Samsung HDTV
Less than 2 months
old, includes HDMI
cable, retail $1400,
sell $1000 OBO. 449- 4336
4 Technics Stereo
Tuner, amp, amp, 5 disc
CD changer & cas-
kt 2 seffe player
w/speakers & remote,
$350. Call 379- 1805



1952 Ford Jubilee
Tractor, new bat-
tery, alienator
S exhuasf, gauges,
starter, 80% tire tread,
$3,500 OBO. Dave
(912)- 729- 4130
(912)- 573- 3952




4 Beautiful Antique
Diningroom
table and six
chairs-including
insert and china cabinet,
$1400. Call 249- 1666.
BED absolute all new QN
w/wairr matt set $80.Can
deliver 858- 9350
BED #1 All Brand New
Pillow Top Sets
King $250 Queen $110
Memory Foam from $300
904-674-0405
BED Brand name. $290
Kg pill top SET. New, w/
warr. Can del. 391- 0015
BED Brand name full set
$115 new w/warr in plas-
tic 398-5200. Can deliver
BED Cherry sleigh, Solid
wood set $330, Retail
$950. 858-9350.Can deliver
BED- Queen Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set, New in Plastic,
Must sell $110 904-674-0405
Bedroom CHERRY SET.
6 pcs. new in boxes
$499. CAN DEL. 391- 0015
S Cabinet-
For DVDs, CDs, or
IL VHS tapes.
Woodgrain, locking
doors. 39 inches high, 19
Inches wide, $60. 268- 2482
Dining set, 48"x48"
table, 18" leaf, four
1 chairs, deep
k espresso wood
grain, excellent condi-
tion. $450. 912- 674- 1271
DR Table-Solid oak
w/2 extensions, 6
VL cushion chairs,
good condition. $400
OBO. Call (904)213- 9745
for more info.
Entertainment
Wall Unit-Lots of
storage, excellent
condition, wood fin-
ish, $50. 622- 9762
4 Enlerloinment Cir
FOr u to 3 ',. -:r.
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cX CrIlroli ar:;-r
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loraa it aras-r. r.,
Do:o iifu t.Sec '-o2
Matching Sleeper
Solo and Love;eal

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MATTRESS KING SIZE
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MATTRESS Queen Plush
Set. Brand New In plastic
$95 Must sell 904-674-0405
MATTRESS Mem. foam,
brand name SET,new w/
war $340 858- 9350 can del
Mattress Brand name Pill
top SET, new w/warr Qn
$100. Can del. 391- 0015
S Oak Crib,
Changing Table,
widresser,$300, Sofa
i & Ioveseat, $100 set.
Call Jim: (904)- 228- 8122

4 Piano Stool-Adiust-
able, ball feet. Old,
Nice, $60. Call
268- 2482
Queen Bedroom Set
Headboard,
dresser, mirror,
nightstand, $350.
Call (904)- 477- 7613

4 Q Queen size
bedroom set-
S| headboard, foot-
board, dresser,
mirror, nightstand,
CAK, asking $550. PIP,
call 491- 7996

4 Range Whirlpool
$125, King size bed-
Sroom set, sleeper
sofa, dinging room
set, other items, call for
details 472- 1417
Saratoga Hutch & Buffet,
antique oak finish, both
54" $500. 924-7678
SSofa, Matching
Ioveseat, excellent
condition, $500.
Singer sewing
machine in cabinet, $25.
Call (904)- 786- 4806
WALL UNIT Dark Brown
Wooden Ethan Allen
Measures 63"Wx 77" H.
Good Cond, photos'avail.
Brad @ 371- 9155
SMoving-Queen Bed-
room set, head
l l board, foot board,
dresser, mirror,
nightstand, oak, asking
$550. MUST SEE,
491- 7996
SLEEP ON IT BEDDING
Save 50- 70%
3-. 373- 4050



ARLINGTON Sat 9-1
Multi Family Sale! 3665
Newcastle Creek Dr.
4, Multi Family
| Moving/Yard Sale
Sat/Sun, Dec 2 and
3rd,8- 1.1164
Allegheny Circle, on
NAS JAX near York-
town gate.
SSofa, Matching
Ioveseat, excellent
condition, $500.
Singer sewing
machine in cabinet, $25.
Call (904)- 786- 4806
SOUTHSIDE Multi
Family /Moving! Fri/
Sat. 9- 3; 1972 Ryar Rd.
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA




SSears 38" Riding
SMower-Runs good,
v deck and brake
need adjustment,
$300 OBO. 781- 7707



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ADVERTISING
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1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military
personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville.
2. Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by the publisher to help
qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as
sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found items, and garage
sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
ANIMAL OR PET ADS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF THE ANIMALS ARE OFFERED
FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL
BE LIMITED TO ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED
INDIVIDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR "OFFICIALLY
REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE-
MENTS IN THE BODY OFTHE AD OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED.
3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written
independent of other information contained on this form.
4. Ads received after the above time will run in the following week's issue.
5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Code
OOG, Box 2, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News,
One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202


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requirements will be billed. The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
original form.
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The economic impact of the
military in Northeast Florida
and Southeast Georgia is
*7.8 billion.

Local businesses benefit from the military and civilian personnel who
buy and rent homes and w ho purchase goods and services. Let them
know what your business has to offer by advertising in one or all of
the military publications distributed at the local bases in the area.

For advertising E
information, ,
please call
904-359-4336, Er4063
Fax 904-366-6230.










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Aut*iro**


Radio-Controlled
Electric Plane-
t FireBIrd XL, new
fuselage & radio,
extra battery, "how to"
video, $75. Call 269-1478
before 8pm pis.



SWet/Dry Vac-
Craftsman 16 gal.
capacity. On cast-
ers. Super suction.
$30. Call 268-2482



S2 Person Sauna
Dry heat,(electrlc),
not a toy! $2,000,
S built In Alberta,
Canada, (912)-673-7694.
22 inch lires & rims
$900 OBO, 20 inch
Tires & rims $700
OBO Coall Brenda
859.3242
SBody by Joke
Workout Machine
Cardlocrulser, 2006,
5spd, resistance,
used only 5 times. $255
OBO. 249-3229
4 Bookcase w/lights
$50. Tile top dinette
4 set w/4 chairs, $80.
Exercise machine,
$60. Call 642-0781/861-7983

SKirby Vacuum
Ultimate G Series
1 yr old, $175. Call
379-1805
Rims-15 in gun-
metal Praline alloy.
Five lug, universal
chrome lugnuts
with new tires 205/60R15
$400, call 303-7392.
WASHER/DRYER -kng
waterbed, futon, frzr
tile saw, misc tools,
truck box. 307-9145


SElectric Organ,
Kimball Dual Key-
|board Organ, piano,
etc, swinger 400,
Entertainer II seat $200
OBO.Charles 317-7157

ORGAN -Hammond B-3,
Leslie spkr 10,000
678-284-9348
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141
SPiano-60 yrs old,
Tiger Oak, beauti-
ful, upright, $200
OBO. 904-880-4685

YAMAHA Ebony Baby
Grand (5'8") GH1 Dis-
klavier $12,950. 641-5726



4 2nd Chance- Golf
Balls- Various
1 | f brands, $4/dozen,
$10 for 3 dozen: Call
.r'; -helie
Er,,>? UnE.J J,,r


SAir Hockey Table
Regulation size,
Harvard, new
motor, cost new
$200, will sell for $75
Please call (912)-673-7285
SBowflex Extreme II
Only two months
old, paid $2,300 will
take $1,000 OBO.
Call 912-729-4923
A Custom
SSurfboards-6'3"
S Seven seas, $200.
6'2" Illusions $175,
A steal I Call 525-2868
S Rods/Reels:
(4)TLD20 w/rods,
S $130 each. (2)
Penn25 w/rods, $60
each. (4) Penn32D
w/rods: $70 each. (1)
Penn310 w/rod, $50. 7
foot pwr sticks,
$30/each. 904-491-0292
STrek 'Fuel' full
suspension
mountain bike- rock
t shox front shock,
Hayes disc brakes,
Shimano Deore LX $700.
Call John: 307-5841'
Women's Trek 2100
Carbon race
bike-includes hel-
met, four ierseys,
shoes, less than 300
miles, $500.
Call John 307-5481



SEC Championship 12/2
at Georgia Dome
Football tickets for sale
Next day delivery.
770-442-8499 V/MC/AMEX
SEC Championship on
12/2; 16 tickets, luxury
skybox avail 678-596-3688



4 Car Hauler, dual
S axle, Chevy pat
IL tern rims, lights, all
metal, portable
ramps, $800 OBO. Call
Charles 317-7157








Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted



Australian Shepherd Pups
mini's/toys, HC $500up
352- 472-3842 352-359-0771
Basset Hound Pups AKC
H Ith Cert $400 each
904-381-8674 904-525-5500
Birdcage/fish tank
Sstands-18 cubic ft
h birdcage, 1 yr aold,
$100. Fish tank
stands, 10 gal and 29 gal,
920 noh nil OBO Caoll


ENGLISH MASTIFF
PUPS. Visit: english
mastiffsofmiddleburg.com
or call 786-897-5620.
Eng Sp. Spaniel Pups $330
nego. rdult F Springer H
/broken $225obo. 504-1101
German Shep. Pups AKC
socialized, very nice, H/C
all shots 904-880-6736
LAB AKC PUPS Choc &
Yel $400. Born 9/18/06.
Shots. 904- 309-3712
LAB MIX PUPPIES
adorable 7wks, bwn,
brw/wht $50. 904-220-7073
LAB PUPS AKC, Block-
heads, yellows only, 4M
/1F, Vet checks, well
socialized. Exceptional
championship bloodline,
POP. $400. 912-496-3837
or 912-282-6230
MACAW- Blue & Gold, M,
talks, $550w/out cage,
$800 w/cage Call 463-4156
PINCHER mini, 19wks,
$300 male, ears clipped,
docked tail. 683-3901
PIT BULL PUPS- blues,
4F/2M, $800. 904-759-5563
balisticblueskennei.com
Rottweilers AKC, POP
4mo, HC, 612-805-9157 or
772-643-2912, Email:
siacksonville6gaol.com
SHIH-TZU PUPS
Certified. 1M/2F, $400.
Ready 12/16. 904-249-9469
UMBRELLA COCKA-
TOO Baby bird, hand
fed, very sweet $900.
904-334-1108 904-522-0372
German Shepherds
AKC, good blood
I line, 1 male black, 1
Female sable, $1600
for both, (904)-766-3808,
(904)-403-4667
YORKIE PUP I Male
$800, Purebred, shots.
HC. 904- 504-2417
YORKIGENESE PUPS
8wks, 2F/$400, 2NM/$375
Real sweet. 904.771-5370
Yorkshire Terrier Pups
AKC, 1st & 2nd shots. 3
girls & 1 boy. $800 each.
Sire & Dam on site 403-9508
I BIG PUPPY SALE V
$299-$399 up
Chins, Bostons, FoxiPoo,
Pug, Yorkies, Persians
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646

Thank you!
Besides protecting our
country, military
personnel stationed in
our communities
donated 505,907
hours of volunteer
service in Northeast
orida and Southeast
Geogia last year.Their
time was given to
community
organizations, church
ups, youth activities,
scouting and more.


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


Stumpknocker Boat
25 HP Mercury,
galv. trailer,
garage kept, new
condition, must see, too
much to list. $5,000 OBO
241-1398
Kayak- Current
Design Gulfstream,
wI /accessories and
Yakima car top
carrier, $1,000.
912-576-3612
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SELL YOUR BOAT
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< Pirogues 12ft, 1 seat
trolling motor,
driven. Asking $850.
Needs boot plug,
paddles included. Call
fL e0 Ft Ponloon oRal



in CREST PONTOON BOAT
I o.l -r: .ri i -, -6.1. .
904-284-0155

YTOHATSU

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




6x9 ALUMINUM T-TOP -for
large CC boat. $2500. Like
New 904-284-0155
Marine Deluxe 5 gal
Portable Gas
tank-red, poly
make, tempo-listed
$69.95, in good condition,
$25.00 OBO Call 241-1398




AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
.I .. '*or.,3.r-c S,1cS
r.km..ii.Aiia


AIRSTREAM 30' -ClassIc
'05 w/slide out, Immac
cond, $49k obo. 276-6446

I JAYCO EAGLE
| '99 POP UP I
CAMPER,
SSLEEPS 8,AC,
VERY CLEAN
4500 4344809

RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
Low Overhead, Low Prices
Do Us Both a Favor-
Come Check Out Our
Inventory & Prices
Before You Buy an RV
Family Owned.
NO PRESSURE
(904) 714-9939
614-1 Pecan Park
Exit 366 Off I 95 Next to
Pecan park Flea Market




CBR900
New motor,
chrome, custom
paint, taillight,
ported, bored over
sprockets, 12in swing
arm, 235hp. $10,000 OBO.
Call Greg: 912-227-1762
A4 Custom Chrome
"Nemesis" '05
Must see, more info
S and pictures,
email: kevinh7881@com-
cast.net $15,500 OBO.
Kevin: (904)612-7537
4 Four Wheeler 2000
T Il EX r...i. ac,-,O
,rlu Cil ,eini

HD Sporsler 1989
1 ;-" 01. 24j "1' f


Honda 400 TRX '05
(sport), 5spd,
w/reverse,
less than 25 hrs,
!. s,.i 68 8-8994

HONDA GOLDWING -'06,
.L.irr. goa oi.or, gar
Pni rnan, extras,
i 928.9922 or
jij 6917

4.. Triumph
Thunderbird '00 900
cc, water coded,
1,709 miles, garage
stored, color is green
over gold $3,500,
Call 704-8872.
Yamaha FZ-1 '06
Purchased 8/06. My
S loss, your gain,
avoid dealership
costs. $9000 firm, for
details call (904)529-7013,
or (904)703-4721




245/40 ZR 18"
Chrome Rims w/
S tires. Has Lexus
center logo, can be
changed, Rox-Schist
style. Call Matthew
:755-7155

4 235-65 R-17 Tires
S 5000 miles, $350
tt OBO. 542-2445, (118

BLITZ BODY KIT 4 piece
fiberglass 95-99 Mitsub-
ishi Eclipse $300 699-4578



CHEVY 350

700R4
Transmission
less than 3000
Smiles on both. I

Call for details
838-8149
$2200


SFive g Rims
with new res
FL'as i rl lug Ijir,


4L Volk S star rims

0ir, .OBO Cl'
Pin 3TO 67Lmn


Plnac GTO & Lamonz
'o-l0-Euy paoris or cars.
Cash vallin. will con-
sider any cond Call
luda, 904-264-2317


ACURA INTEGRA SE
'96, $3800. AT, leather,
sunroof, all power,
SONY stereo, brand new
AC, 221 K ml. 904-860-0389
A Acura Legend '94
Type II, 2dr coupe,
All pwr options ecl.
Roof, $3700 OBO
(904)803-6283 or
(904)-566-4666
Acura Legend '88
| Cheap, reliable
transportation.
S Very good, running
strong. $1000 OBO. All
pwr options,
(904)-566-4666 or
(904)803-6283

7 ACURA RL'01
Chrome wheels,
fully'equipped,
$16,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Acura RSX '03
Like new, moon-
roof, leather seats,
side airbags, 5spd,
KBB price $15,800 OBO,
Must Sell!
7ACURA TL 'P5
j Pearl white/tan,
Navigation. Only
10K miles. $30,495
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA TSX '04
White/tan leather,
fully equip, only
3,000 miles. $26,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S Audi A4 '04
Convertible-
1 Loaded, XM, Bose,
factory warranty.
.27 500 38k miles Call
Terr, 904 ..63.129i
AUDIA4 QUAT-
TRO 2XS.5. Lihr.
surroro C' D .26.8B80
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 5251 '94
Su e r -,,, j III
iron:n-, go.a ,:iODe
c.C.ZC %, i- Coi
csi'6 2" 77 9'i ,.9:/ "
tW) BMW 3251C Coupe
*05 4MIiW 05'n.0 LUir
l r e.Pr m 5I.,
male s-y.i ?MO
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMPAW 325i '03 Onl,
I J38 000 m Prem &
e or. PKg 2l.' 641:1,
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 330U '06
,iei.r pr em im
pkq IKe ne.',.'zi' 6-08.
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BUICK LACROSSE
LL06 Exiro lov miles
lull, EamP 4 i 9615
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
fyP CADILLAC DEV
1ILLE ;04. Diamond
*eorlAri iE ,
,riron-i .',',cl.1- I, N86
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


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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
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1550 CASSAT AVE
I 891-8672
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CHEVY AVEO '04
Only 23k mi, gas
saver, $10,340
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY CAVALIER '04
door, auto, low miles.
$99 per mo WAC.
Call 571-8134
A Chevy Cobalt '06,
S LS, coupe, 5spd,
Si, 5yr-36k mile war-
ranty, sliver, tinted
windows, cleon! 5900 mi.
$11,200 OB0.
012-882-4137, Leave msg!

CHEVY IMPALA
'06 LS, Fully
equipped, $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE
CHARGER RT '06
Hemi, Fully
equipped. $25,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 DODGE
CHARGER RT '06
Daytona Edition,
Hemi, 5k miles, Nay,
chrome wheels $30,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
L Dodge Dynasty '92
SWhite, beautiful in
S& out, runs great
S $1450, Call 282-9639
Ford Contour '98
Very clean,
dependable trans-
portation, $1600
080. 96k miles, $700
less than KBB, Must
sell, (904)803-6283
FORD MUSTANG '02
Low miles, must see. $129
.'er ,.o W'VC 333 507


FORD MUSTANG
GT '05. Only 2600
Miles. 6spd. $23,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Ford Mustang '01
6 cyl, 5spd, AM/FM,
CD, $6000 or Best
offer, Call 729-4693
y FORD MUSTANG
CONV '03 GT, fully
equipped. $17,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SFord Taurus Wagon
S'88 65k miles, P/S,
111 P/B, AC, clean,
$1,400 OBO Call
246-1710 or 703-9113,
Sold as Is.
HONDA CIVIC HYBRID
'05. 19K ml. Go electric
$299/mo WAC. 334-5597
HONDA CIVIC -'93, 4dr,
5sp, cd, cold AC, good
tires, $1900 904-613-1651
Honda Prelude
good condition, $3000
contact at (904)718-0310
4 Honda S2000 '00
Red, 51k miles,
i fully loaded, elec-
tric convertible top,
$18,900, Call 307-8307
HONDA SHADOW
'84 VT700, 28k
.l|mlles. $1,895. Water
cooled shaft drive.
Call 302-6473

4 Hyundai Elantra '02
53k miles, sunroof,
all opt, 9 mos, 7kmil
remain w/ factory
bumper to b umper
warranty. $6500 551-7235
7 INFINITI G35
COUPE '04. Pearl
white/ tan, extra
low miles. $26,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S INFINITI G35
COUPE '03. Red/
tan, beautiful
$25,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
o, -aguar '94
S 6cyl, 4dr sedan,
Loaded, new tires +
L tune up, 136k miles,
sunroof, asking $6,995.
Call Nell at 904-757-7037
S Jaguar XJ6 '94
4 VDP, Luxury 40
4 series, fully loaded,
Ithr interior, sun-
roof, alarm, c hrome
spoke rims, 154k, Call
Nell: 904-294-8188

4 Mercedes C280 '95
80k, new tires,
S| a om/fm, Cd, TV,
tinted/pwr windows,
good condition, $8,500.
904-859-9563
MERCEDES BENZ C230
'03. $349 per mo. WAC
Call 334-5597
4 Mercedes Benz '87
500 SEL. Runs
S Great, new tires
+tune up, sunroof,
4dr sedan, asking $4,995,
,3a for rtlll 904 204 8186


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7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600



KEY AUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000



BENEY- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando Fl 407-339-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Sprngs 264-4502
KEY BUi CK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


BOZRDFORD
.St. Augustine 353-6797
Forida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAULCLARK

FORO-MERCURY
1-95 N: Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
ME SHAD FORD
AtThe Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY-
S9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIE SHAD FORD

OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blending Blvd. 777-3673



NIMNICT POWNAC-GMC
11503 PhillipsHwy. 854-4826


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MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LMXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000

M -M W Mumm

4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100

GRIFFIN UNCOLN MERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000



LOIUS OF JACKSONVI.E
www.lotusoacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
MAZDACmY


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





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1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700
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10585 Aantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityautomotlve.com




ARUNGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762
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"--COGGIN GMC RUCKS 6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600 10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 KETH PIERSON TOYOTA
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111 GARBER GMC 1RUCKS J 6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100
NIMNICHT CADILLAC Green Cove Springs 264-4502 BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. ULIGHTHOUSETOYOTA
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700 10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080 2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
PARKERCADILLAC 800-6224888 or 904-797-8800
283 San Maco, St Aug (904)824-9181 CGI HIIIUA II A lANI ERNIE PALMER TOYO
S11003AtlanticBlvd. 565-8800 ERNIE PAL ERNTM

3 COGGINHONDA TOM BUSH MINI 1310 CasatAve, 34561
COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES OF AUGUSTINE 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 '

10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777 2898 U.S. Hwy5 1-800-456-1689 OF RANGE PARK
CREST CHEVROLET CY MITSUBISHI 1481 Wells Road 269-2603
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880 OF THE AVENUES
GARBBER CHEVY 1333PtiilsH, 370-1300 attie AEIJES OiiSTEENVW
| GARBER C HEVp 264-40l2A H NDA OF 10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222 2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
Green Cove Springs 264-4502 LUCAS HONMDA OF JAX www.cityautomotive.com 10 BSHI W
GORDON CHEV 7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277 Twww DH.ciu i c HBUSH VW
ORDON CHEV 7801 Blanding Blvd 269-2277 CY MITSUBISHI 9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200 I 1J ji 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
JERRY HAMM CHEV www.cityautomotive.com
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036 NGE P CTY MITSUBISHI '
PINEVIEWCHEVROL967 7600 Blending Blvd. 899-0900 of ORANGE PARK 2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
Macclenny 259-6117 KEY HYUNDAI 7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
GEORGE MOORE CHEV 4660 Soutside Blvd. 642-6060 www.yautomotive.com
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282 46E_ V
NIMNICHT CHEV PROFESSIONAL
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041 ATLANTlC INFINITIm CO N NISSAN-ATLANC AUTOLEASING
10980 AtlanticBlvd. 642-0200 10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900 1Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694
| COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUIES
ATLANTIC CHRYSLER 10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
2330 US1 South 354-4421 C ISUZU E SHAD ISSA OF JAX
CA USCRYSLR 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111 1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
CARUSO CHRYSLERN wwwcyautomotve.com 1810 cassat Ave. -21
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 PARKERNISSAN BEACH BIDI AUTOMOTIVE
S FRANK GRIFFIN 2755 U.S.1South.StAug. 904-79-990 www.beachblvdautomotive.com

Ch ler of Orage Pa MAllENYJAGUAR MIKE SHAD NISSAN OFOP 6833BeachBlvd. 724-3511
1515 WellsRd. 269-1033 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400 BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
GARBER CHRYSLER. 0R h PREWNED A CENTER
Green Cove Sprngs 264-2416 AlATIC JEEP C lN M 10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
MIKE SHAD 2330 US 1 South 354-4421 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 DRIVE TICKET
CHRYSER JEEP CARUSO GABER 8908 Atlanticke Blvd. 425-4001
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 GABBER PONI AC 898tnng 2Blvd.d 4
1736 CassatAve. 389-7792 FR K GRIFFIN Green Cove Sngs 264-4502 C L s of Ja sonville
RICKKEFFER R K RI N NIMNICH PONTIAC GMC
i-95 Ex t129, Fem Bch Jeep of Orange Paik 11503Phillips Hwy. 854-4826 Pre-Owned Center
1-800-228-7454 1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033 10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
_li e_]_, MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP i Tom Bush BMW
ON CASSA BRUMOS MOOR 9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381
AllAN11C DODGE 1736 cassat Ave. 3897792 CARS INC. Tom Bush Autoplex
2330 US1 South 354-4421 R KEFFER 10100antic Blvd. 725-9155 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
JACK CARUSO 1-5 Eit129, FemrnBch.102 2287454 II.P.0 A SALS
REGENCY DODGE 5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600 COGGIN IA 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
Green Cove Springs 264-2416 Longwood/Orlando F1407-339-3443

7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500 73 Ba I 1-6078
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WESTSIDE DODGE 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. 7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax www.woddimportsusa.com
4.1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561 Longwood/Orlando R 407-339-3443 904-778-7700 www.nimnicht.com 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992

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Mercury Cougar '97
1 nina car, beautiful,
all pwr options ,
clean in and out,
w/leather, cold AC, $2500
OBO. (904)566- 4666 or
(9041- S0- 6283

Mercury Sable '96
LS. pwr everything,
SI roof w/leather $1600
OBO. Very good
car, below book, good
transportation, cheap.
(904)- 803- 6283 or
(904)566- 4666

NISSAN 350Z Cony.
'04 Touring. Only
17,000 miles. $29,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
) NISSAN 350Z
CONV '05. Nay, CD
Ithr, 10K mi.$30,420
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN ALTIMA
2.5S '06. Like new.
$17,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN MAXIMA GXE
'01. $11,995
Call 571- 8134
NISSAN MAXIMA GXE
'03. Auto, low miles.
$11,995. Call 571- 8134
Nissan Quest '04
Silver, 41k miles,
sliding door, DVD,
rear sensors, auto-
matic rear door must
sell $18,500 505- 6279
Nissan Sentra '05
AM/FM, CD, 4 cyl,
silver, cloth seats,
private owner,
excellent condition,
Amelia Island, Call
491- 7996
4 Pathfinder XE '95
3" lift, all terrain,
premium sound
system, grill
guards, nerf bars, $3500.
Call Matthew:755- 7155
SPontiac Grand Am
96 Runs good,
Drives good, 5spd,
all pwr, $2400 OBO.
912- 673- 8223


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SPontiac Firebird '00.
V6, new brakes,
I recently detailed,
79,500 ml, $7,500
OBO contact Brandon
Colvin.904- 215- 2353
(7 PONTIAC SOL-
STICE '05. Only 800
miles, leather, CD,
5spd, red/blk top,
beautiful. $25,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Pontiac Trans Am
'02 Red w/tan, con-
4 vertlble, loaded.
Hurst 6spd, 18k
miles. Call 704- 8B72.
$26,000.
4 Prostreet Camaro
BBC Streetcar
Vew motor, trans-
mission, electron-
ics, tubbed four link,
must sell, make offer
449- 6383
PT Cruiser '05s on
Svertlble, Touring,
S turbo, 18,500 miles.
Electric blue exte-
rior. Warranty extras,
$15k. Call 912- 576- 3437
SSaturn SC2 '95
Great sports car.
I AC, PW, 4 cyl,
$2500 OBO.
(912)- 576- 5007
TOYOTA '91
5spd, transmission,
S| $500.249- 3229
Toyota Camry'05
S LE, white/gray
interior, tinted win-
dows. CD, AM/FM,,
loaded, private owner, 4
cyl, 14k miles, 491- 7996
TOYOTA MATRIX
'06 Only 13,000
miles. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 VOLVO '86 :
Get from A to 'B
and back cheaply
S Very dependable,
new tires, extra parts
,and maintenance
paperwork. $3,000 00B,
904- 571- 4115
SFord Taurus '99
Excellent condition,
S2 black. Call
(912)- 674- 2034 or
(912)- 882- 8868. $1500


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'03. Lthr, CD, SR,
only 36K mi.$30,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY S-10 '03
Automatic, low miles.
$8995. Call 571- 8134
CHEVY TAHOE
1C Z71 4x4 '04. Lthr,
CD, sunroof $24,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY TAHOE
'03 Only 49,000 mi,
v-Champ/tan, $18,880
998-0012
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SDodge Dakota '01
Sport, w/diamond
plate toolbox,
am/fm cassette,
5spd, manual, $5,500.
Call David or Nikki
(904)- 406- 2321
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DURANGO SLT
'02. Leather, CD,
cream puff, $10,680
998-0012
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Ford Explorer XLT
'97 White, 88kmi,
| new Michelin tires-
grey leather, pwr
everything, 4.0, V6,
clean, call Brian
779- 0607, $8000
A Ford Expedition '04
T $25,000. Fully
S loaded, excellent
condition. PCS
overseas (904)- 591- 5532


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EXPLORER Eddie
Bauer '05
Leather, CD. $19,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD
EXPLORER '03
Leather, CD, beau-
tiful. $13,680
998-0012
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FORD F150 KING
RANCH '01Fully
equipped, $16,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 FORD F250
SUPER DUTY'03
Turbo Diesel, only
36k mi., $25,995 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD F-450 '96 7.3 Pow-
erstroke diesel, $5K obo,
call 845- 2624
FORD RANGER '04 XLT
V6, Supercab. Exc cond.
$12,800; Ph. 904- 282- 8440
4 Ford Ranger '00
Super cab, 4D,
XLT, V6- 3.0L,
Excellent condition,
fully loaded, 85k miles,
$8,500 269- 7318
F FORD SPORT
TRAC '15. Only
20,000 miles, fully
equipped $18,980
998-0012
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GMC YUKON LT
'04. Only 30,000 mi,
Ithr, CD $23,980
998-0012
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HONDA ELEMENT '06
AWD, 7K miles, auto.
$349mo WAC. 334- 5597
INFINITI M45 '03
White/tan, sunroof,
CD, $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
INFINITI FX35 '04
Champ/tan, only
30,000 miles,$26,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


SJeep Cherokee
Laredo '91 6- 01-
1 der, 4 door, power
windows, auto-
matic towing, hitch, A/C,
runs great, $2,500.
744- 1794or742- 3525
JEEP GRAND
SCHEROKEE '01
't s Laredo, white,
sunroof, pwr seats,
tinted windows, trailer
hitch, sound system,
$10,500 OBO. Call
904- 568- 5018
JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LTD
'05. 10Kmi. $23,420
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
w/ JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LTD
'04 4x4, V8, fully
equip, sunroof. $19,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SJeep Hard top-
w/upper doors, fits
different years,
needs some minor
work, $800 OBO. 573- 6617
or 882- 4724
SNissan Titan '06
e Silver, 4,100 miles,
t 1i parking sensors,
multi- CD, spray- on
bed liner, utility
package, $22,765. 505- 6279
t7 SCION XB '05
p e Fully equip. &
sporty. $15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
T TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER '07 4x4.
yellow, fully
equipped, 8k miles,
$31,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


Only $32,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA RAV4 '00
4 door, low miles. $8000
Call 571- 8134
'7 TOYOTA SEQUOIA
='03. Lthr, Sunrf, CD
Fully equip $19,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA TUNDRA
'03 Fully equip, only
36K miles. $19,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 TOYOTA TUNDRA
'00 4wd, 8cyl,
I limited, $12,700,
94,000ml, CD
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VOLVO XC90 '04
A Lealrner. CDD i.rrt
Sira io.',, n.. ;.;d28 bi
9980012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


y CHRYSLER
PACIFICA '06.
Touring, save
thousands, 2 to choose
from, $19,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SDodge Grand
Caravan '99- SE,
4 flex fuel, 24mpg,
good cond, $4300
OBO. 904- 284- 0047 or
904. 39. 9005
4 Dodge Grand
Caravan '99
Sport, handicap
ramp & hand con-
trols, over $20k in mods.
105kmi, $14k OBO, Call
406- OD60
Dodge Van '89
HI top, V8, excel-
| lent condition, 4
captain chairs, Quin
Sfolding bed, $2000,
(912)- 674- 2034,or
(912)- 882- 8868


CHEVY MALIBU '98
Looks & runs good, lo mi.
on mtr. $2kobo. 992- 7021
HONDA CIVIC- '93, 4dr,


2004 HONDA CBR1000RR
Perfect condition,
only 1100 miles


2004 KAWASAKI ZX121
Blue, 5296 miles, awesome
condition A


2006 HONDA VTX 1300R
k2100 miles, windshield
sissy bar, floor


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Red/Black, 3028 miles,
L ready for the road


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Black with silver decals,
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2002 YAMAHA FZ1
The perfect sport touring
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Yellow and black, custom
p eine and Dower A


2003 HARLEY DAVIDSON
V-ROD
Custom paint, screaming
al easl exhaust.s A


2005 KAWASAKI ZZR 600
Only 2367 miles,
L frame sliders, flush
mounts, pipe.


2005 KAWASAKI
MEAN STREAK
3349 miles and in
excellent condition A


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SRed & black two tone,
only 5411 miles
lots of extras


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