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Flu Vaccine
Hospital Offers Inoculations
Page 4


Heritage Park
History Displayed at NAS Jax
Pages 8-9


Special Patrol
Boat House Personnel On Guard
Page 11


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006



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PR1(AW) Michael Dembinski of HS-15 greets his family at the squadron's homecoming Not. 22. Six[h-eight people from HS-
15 returned home after a deployment to Kuwait.


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AE3 Zachary Taylor meets his new baby
boy, who was born while he was on
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By CMDCM Jim McLain
HS-15 CMC
S ixty-eight "Red Lions" ironm HS-
15 returned home Wednesday
and Thursday after completing
the second six-month phase of a y -:ar-
long mission in the Middle East.
Led by Cmdr. "Skip Trihan, 1HS-
15's commanding officer. they made
up just over half ot t1i,2 L.15th Na' .
Air Ambulance D.-rt-Ihm.o _-, J i .i-
siorial. composite squadron tlastKed-)
the Secretary of Defense to provide
land-based medical evacuations
(MEDEVAC) under the command of
Combined Forces Land Forces
Component Command through
Aviation Task Force Kuwait.
The squadron of three MH-60S and
three HH-60H aircraft is presently
comprised of 68 personnel and air-
craft from HS-15 homeported at NAS
Jacksonville and HSC-21 in San
See HS-15, Page 17


Lt. Cmdr. Robert Medve of HS-15, hap-
pily waves some flags after departing
the aircraft that brought him home.


CVW-7 continues OEF missions over Afghanistan
From USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower
Strike Group Public Affairs -'..- ,* -( a .


Aircraft assigned to Carrier Air
Wing (CVW) 7 embarked
aboard the Nimitz-class air-
craft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisen-
hower (IKE) (CVN 69), continue to
provide close air support and recon-
naissance to International Security
Assistance Force (ISAF) troops on the
ground in Afghanistan as part of
Operation Eagle.
CVW-7 began conducting Operation
Enduring Freedom (OEF) missions
Nov. 6. After nine days of operations,
Eisenhower-based aircraft have flown
190 sorties, coordinating closely with
coalition forces to counter anti-coali-
tion militants, their movements and
attacks, and to make a difference in
providing for the safety and security
of the people of Afghanistan.
"We are really excited and proud to
be able to support ground combat
operations," said Cmdr. William
Koyama, executive officer of VFA-83.
"IKE air power is making a difference
for ISAF soldiers. On one of these
missions, we provided armed support
as ground troops tried to medical
evacuate a wounded Soldier in close
proximity to the enemy. In another


Photo by MC2 Miguel Contreras
AW2 Matthew Gensler, assigned to the "Nightdippers" of HS-5, verifies his receipt
for his procurement of fuel aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer
USS Ramage (DDG 61) Nov. 15. HS-5 is assigned to Carrier Air Wing, embarked
aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69).
Ramage is assigned to the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group and is on a regular
scheduled deployment in support of maritime security operations.
case, one of our F/A-18C Hornets state and handed off to another sec-
dropped all its ordnance to support tion of aircraft before leaving, the
Soldiers ambushed and pinned down
in the open. As we reached a low fuel See STRIKE GROUPS, Page 17


Photos b\ Ka% lee LaRocque
Bret Tracey, NAS lax Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department Community Activities Coordinator Bret
Tracey places the star on the top of the Christmas tree
at Patriot's Grove. The tree was designed by MWR
Director John Bushick.



Christmas tree


E everyone is welcome to attend this year's annual
Christmas Tree Lighting and Concert Dec. 1 at
Patriot's Grove. Santa will arrive at 4:30 p.m.
Free pictures with Santa.
goodie bags and refreshments
will be available. '
There'll be clowns on hand
for face painting and balloons.
Navy Band Southeast, the
Orange Park Junior High
School Band and Choir and
the NAS Jax Child
Development Center will
give performance
the event.
The following is a
schedule of events:
4:30 p.m. Navy
Band
4:45 p.m. -
Christmas blessing f
5:05 p.m. -
Santa arrives
5::3(.) p.m. -
Christmas card
winners
an nou need

Development
Center per-
torms
6 p.m. Tree
lighting
6 p.m. Orange Park Junior High Choir performs
For more information, call 542-3227.


Eric Farmer of the Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Maintenance Department strings lights on the
Christmas tree in preparation for the annual Christmas
Tree Lighting Event tomorrow night at Patriot's Grove.


TOUCHING Pal Day in St. Augustine coming up lies can enjoy St. Augustine attractions free of charge all
day long. A free lunch will also be served. Please stop by

B A S E Join the USO and the city of St. Augustine Dec. 2 for a the USO today to pick up your free lunch vouchers. Visit
day of free events! Active duty in uniform and their fami- www.usojax.org for more information.


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Looking back in time


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ON THE HOMEFRONT


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Hey, MoneyMan!
Every year at Christmas
my wife wants to buy lots
of presents for her family
back home. Since we
moved to Florida we only
get to see our families
about once a year and she
feels this is one way she
can make up for living
away from home. It seems
that every Christmas we
overspend and spend the
rest of the year paying for
our gifts. Got any good
ideas?
MoneyMan Sez:
It is hard to be away from
family members, particu-
larly during this time of
year. However, I am not
sure that overspending
helps and most of the time
it only increases the stress.
There are a number of
things you can do like send-
ing family photos, hand-
made gifts or handwritten
letters.
If you must go into debt
to purchase Christmas
presents, there are a few
things you can do to mini-
mize the pain. To avoid
debt, control your spend-
ing! Shop around for best
prices and normally your
will find those at your Navy
Exchange.


Volunteers needed for article
Do you know a Sailor or Department of Defense
employee who has made a difference in someone's-
life through volunteer work or community service'
md should be recognized?
Tf I cono tact Jav A ir News at 542-4877


pot' equals total humiliation Uniform shft is Monday


The shift to winter uniforms for all personnel in the
Commander, Navy Region Southeast area of respon-
sibility is Dec. 4. The uniform of the day will be: win-
;er blues or service khakis for officers and chief petty offi-
,ers and service dress blues or winter blues for E6 and
)elow.


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SUNDAY SERVICES

You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and 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-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.


CS1 ANTHONY CREWS SR.
t( iJob title/command:
NAS Jax Supply
Department (Galley)

S Hometown: Hillside, N.J.

Family Life: Married with two children.

Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy.
NAS Sigonella, Italy, Naval Hospital Orlando,
USS Constellation, USS Barney

Career Plans: To make chief petty officer
and earn a master's degree in theological stud-
ies.

Most Interesting Experience:
Experiencing the culture in Sicily.

Words of Wisdom: Whatever you want
from life, believe that you can achieve it!
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CHRISTINA BRADY
Job title/command:
Dental Assistant, Naval
Dental Center Jax

Hometown: High Springs,
Fla.

Family Life: Born in Germany and grew up
in Ireland. I have one brother.

Past Duty Stations: Prior Air Force sta-
tioned in Las Vegas.

Career Plans: I'm a licensed realtor and
plan to further my career in real estate.

Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
back to Ireland in 2003 and seeing the country.

Words of Wisdom: Always set your sights
high. Always try to better yourself and never
settle for second best.


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


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

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If you can control your
spending, and you can pay
off the balance each month,
using credit cards to buy
your gifts is a good idea. It
is easier for record-keeping
purposes and you may get
additional perks such as
insurance coverage on your
purchases.
Try to choose a card that
gives you something for
nothing. Look for no-fee or,
low-fee cards that give you
bonus points or discounts:
for purchases. Even with
these cards, if you can not"
pay off the balance every-
month, particularly after a
Christmas shopping spree,
pay them off as quickly as
you can.
If you pay off the balance
in two to three months, you
will not pay an excessive
amount in interest fees. If
you know you will not be
able to pay off your charges
in three months then cut
back on your spending.:
Often times, it really is the"
thought that counts!
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.







Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 30, 2006


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Photo by DCFR Jeanette Pruett
IC3 Jared Person and AN Francheska Boria unload canned goods donated to the NAS Jax Food
Locker Nov. 20.

NAS Jax Food Locker in need of donations


From Staff
With the holiday season quickly
approaching, preparations are
underway at the NAS Jax Food
Locker to ensure every military family
here who may need a little help financial-
ly, gets a nutritious holiday meal.
The food locker program helps Sailors and
their families who are in need by collecting
donations from those who are able to give.
To keep the food locker stocked, dona-
tions 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 members who
may need a little extra help during the hol-
idays. These bags contain all the usual hol-
iday fixings and a coupon to pick up a free
turkey at the base commissary. The food
locker maintains a special account and all
donated funds go directly into this account
to purchase food items for needy families.
Donations can be made at the NAS Jax
Commissary in the special bins near the
doors or at Building 1, Room 242, week-
days from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more infor-
mation, call 542-3051.
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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
(From right) CS2(SW) Shonna Barnes of the
NAS Jax Supply Department, SK2 Jade
Johnson of Aviation Supply Department, and
AZ2(AW) Quandalisa Payne of Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast, prepare bags of
food items to be distributed to needy military
families for the holidays. Donations are still
needed for the upcoming Christmas holiday.


Photo by MCI (AW/SW) Mark Geil
AW2 Trevor Godwin of VP-16 demonstrates the crew coordination system on a P3-C
Orion to professional baseball players Nick Swisher and Joe Blanton of the Oakland
Athletics at NAS Sigonella, Italy Nov. 13. Due to high noise levels and distance between
crew members, this system is the most efficient way to communicate. VP-16, homeported
at NAS Jacksonville, is forward deployed in support of maritime patrol operations and the
global war on terrorism.



Don't use official mail funds for unofficial mail

From the NAS lax Supply Department
s the holiday season approaches commands will host Christmas parties for their
personnel and family members. As a reminder, invitations cannot be mailed using
appropriated funds. All official mail managers are encouraged to be on the lookout
for large mailings such as newsletters announcing command Christmas parties. These
are not authorized as official business.
The Department of Defense Official Main Manuel (DOD 4525-8-M) states that invitaT
tions to social functions to satisfy personal social obligations are not authorized:
Appropriated fund postage shall not be used to mail invitations to these functions.
For more information, contact the NAS Jax official mail manager, Ida Smith in
Building 1, Room 219 or call 542-6294.


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6 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 30, 2006


Policy change opens door

for Individual Augmentees

to take NCPACE courses
By MC1 (SW/A W) John Osborne
Naval Personnel Development Command Public Affairs
he Navy has waived Navy College Program for
Afloat College Education (NCPACE) eligibility to
allow individual augmentee (IA) Sailors stationed
outside of the continental United States to participate in
NCPACE distance learning beginning early this fall.
"We don't want any Sailors to become disenfranchised
with the educational opportunities available to them due
to duty station location," said Capt. William Dewes, com-
manding officer of the Center for Personal and
Professional Development. "Through this policy change,
leadership is showing through their actions that the Navy
doesn't undervalue Sailors who are taking on IA assign-
ments. Is it more challenging? Yes it is, but the main
thing is we are providing yet another opportunity for our
Sailors to better their lives."
NCPACE has been a popular program for Sailors in
Type II Sea Duty (deployed on ship) and Type IV Sea
Duty (attached to a deployed Seabee unit) who wish to
further their education. Instructors either live aboard the
ship with the Sailors and deliver the courses in a class-
room setting, or Sailors may choose to take courses using
self-paced distance learning. Aside from paying for their
own textbooks, Sailors enrolled in NCPACE courses do not
have to pay anything out of their own pockets. In contrast,
shore-based Sailors must use tuition assistance or their
Montgomery GI Bill to pay for their education. With this
new initiative of opening NCPACE to foreign-deployed
IAs, Sailors deployed on the ground can now reap the
same benefits as their shipmates at sea.
BU2 Justin Troutman, an IA out of Atsugi, Japan, who
is currently serving at Camp Phoenix, Afghanistan, in the
J7 .Engineering Department as part of the new Navy's
Expeditionary Team Trainers, said NCPACE fits perfectly
with the environment in which he is serving.
"NCPACE is great for this location because it does not
require Internet access," he said. "That way, when I go
down-range, I can take the course material with me to dif-
ferent locations. I'm glad I found out about this special
program for IAs."
NCPACE has also proven useful for officers working on
their graduate degrees. Lt. Mike Meeker is working on his
master's degree in engineering management while per-
forming an IA assignment at the Multinational Forces
Iraq Strategic Headquarters in Baghdad. He recommends
the program to any IA who has access to a computer, proc-
tor and enough free time. He also said the process of
enrolling was simplified by the excellent support he has
received from the command, because IA Sailors have too
much on their minds to get bogged down in paperwork
and administrative matters.
"Our NCPACE ordering officer is always quick to
respond, and my command is very supportive by allowing
me whatever time they can for studying," he said. "I am at
my desk 14 hours a day, seven days a week, working on
job-related projects, but there are gaps in the day that


Preparing aircraft


Photos by MC3(NAC) Charles White


AEC Jason Simmons of VP-16 inspects the starboard wing of a
P3-C Orion for bare metal and corrosion Nov. 16 at NAS
Sigonella, Italy. The corrosion of bare metal will degrade the
structural stability of the wing and must be cleaned and painted
prior to flying. VP-16 is forward deployed in support of maritime
patrol operations and the global war on terrorism.



AECS Patrick Shekleton of VP-16
rips a piece of masking tape
from the roll in order to cover
sensitive areas of the starboard wing
of a P3-C Orion before it gets
a new coat of paint Nov. 16.
VP-16, home-ported at NAS Jacksonville,
is forward deployed to NAS Sigonella, Italy,
in support of maritime patrol operations
and the global war on terrorism.


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NAS Jax Chapel offers holiday services

The following are the -- ,',,'w -
upcoming holiday serv-
ices at the NAS Jax Ie
Chapel:
Dec. 3, noon Green-
ing of the Chapel/Light E
Lunch
Dec. 8, 11:35 a.m. -
Feast of the Immaculate ..
Conception Holy Day of
Obligation
4 Dec. 10, 11 a.m. ,ice
Combined Christmas
Cantata/Potluck at the
All Saints Chapel (CCD .-~
Cancelled)
Dec. 10, 6 p.m. -
Communal Penance at Sacred Heart Parish
Dec. 17,10:30 a.m. St. Edward Chapel Decoration
Dec. 24, 8:15 a.m. Christmas Eve Service
Dec. 24, 9:30 a.m. Fourth Sunday of Advent
Dec. 24, 11 a.m. Christmas Eve Service
Dec. 25, 9:30 a.m. Christmas Day Mass (Catholic)
Dec. 31, 9:30 a.m. Mass
For more information, call 542-3051.


CREDO retreats offered through chapel


From Staff
he Spiritual Fitness Division South-
east offers a variety of spiritual re-
treats fhr anyone holding a Depart-
ment of Defense ID card who is over the
age of 18. All transportation programming,
lodging and meals are free. Retreats are
held at the Sea Retreat Center in St.
Simons Island, Ga. Registration is on a
first come, first serve basis by calling 270-
6958. The following retreats are coming up:


Marriage Enrichment -Dec. 1-3, Feb. 9-
11 and March 23-25
Married couples desiring to take their
marriage to the next level or simply enjoy
being with one another may participate in
a 48-hour retreat. Participants must be
married. Couples must provide their
own transportation.
Personal Growth Retreat March 8-11
Come and experience the Navy's best-
kept secret! Do you need to defrag? Then
come to this 72-hour retreat.


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Watch out for temptation,


especially when shopping


By Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah Robinson
NAS Jax Chapel
Temptation is a powerful force. If you
permit your temptations to go unreg-
ulated it could enable you to do
things you would not ordinarily do. The
Reverend Peter Gomes
said, "Whoever could
devise the cure for tempta-
tion would be richer than
the discoverer of the com-
mon cold, or the successful
alchemist who is able to
turn base metals into
gold." Good actions and
even bad actions are
birthed and manifested in
our preconscious thoughts.
All thoughts are initially
festered through our con-
sciousness.
You start off with a 1
thought that tempts you to
buy. Should I buy this
product or service? Do I
really need this to make
my life better? I know this Chaplain (Lt.) A


is challenging because I
also struggle with temptation.
Just ask the Kirby salesman who
increased his coffers and convinced me
that my department store vacuum cleaner
was unsuitable for my needs and con-
vinced me that the low grade contractor
carpet that was installed in my home
would last longer if I purchased a Kirby.
It sounded good at the time.
I am reminded the first of the month
how powerful temptation is when I receive
my bill from Kirby. I thought about sell-
ing it on e-bay, but there are a glut of
almost new Kirby's for sale. It's a power-
ful cleaner; I just did not need it. In fact,
fast forward a year later, the carpet still
looks like year and a half old low grade
carpet that's worn and tattered inspite of
my Kirby and my best efforts.
Temptation makes you desire things that
you don't really need. We tend to think the
grass is greener only to realize that it is
not. Sales professionals are excellent at
helping you focus on your temptation and
forget about sound reasoning and your
budget. There just seems to be temptation


all around us. The holiday season seems
to be the season of temptation. Most don't
really focus on the spirit of the season. We
are often too caught up in the hoopla about
the beginning of the shopping season.
In fact, we are inundated with advertise-
ment on television, radio, Internet and in
the print media. The elec-
Stronic media tells us what
we need to buy for our-
Sselves and our beloved
families. We are continu-
ously tempted by adver-
i .. tisement to buy some prod-
I) uct. There is always some
commercial or paid
infomercial on the televi-
,, |sion hawking some kind of
product or services that
will enhance our lives.
Moreover, the Christmas
S season, which makes or
breaks retailers is the
mother of all shopping sea-
sons and seems to get a lit-
tle longer each year.
.I started noticing the
zariah Robinson decorations after
Halloween. It just seems
to me that the whole message of this
sacred religious observation is skewed by
overwhelming commercialism and indul-
gence.
What if we were tempted and excited to
make a difference in someone's life who is
less fortunate than us?
That is, someone who we don't even
know. Moreover, someone who doesn't look
like us and does not travel in our social cir-
Scles. I wonder if this would give the sea-
son a more relevant and authentic signifi-
cance for all who celebrate this holiday.
Imagine a season of givers taking care of
those who have nothing.
What if we handled our temptation a lit-
tle differently? What if we were collective-
ly inspired and tempted to reach beyond
satisfying our own needs and touch some-
one else during this holiday season? What
if instead of buying the Kirby, the money
was spent on someone in need, instead of
my carpet? What a powerful way to cele-
brate the holiday and not get caught up in
the commercialism and excess. Are you
with me?


A time


to give


The annual Combined
Federal Campaign (CFC)
is still under way at NAS Jax.
We are currently around
50 percent of our goal
of $655,000. Give to the charity
of your choice by donating
to the CFC.


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John Blandino explores the afterburners of an aircraft, while touring Heritage
Park with his grandparents last week.


Retired Navy Pilot Cmdr. Bob Elich and his wife, Peggy, enjoy a day at Heritage Part with their
great-grandson, Carson Craven. Elich, a Vietnam veteran, once flew for VA-146.


The PBY Catalina was a seaplane based at NAS Jacksonville from 1941-46. Approximately 100
of these aircraft were assigned to the station during those years. It would take off and land on
the St. Johns River. Some of the seaplane ramps it used are still intact at the station today. This
aircraft was used for antisubmarine patrol and would rescue downed pilots during World War
II. This static aircraft was sent to the Brazilian Air Force during the 1950s and remained in
Brazil until 1987. At that time, three PBYs were obtained by the National Museum of Naval
Aviation in Pensacola. This one was flown to NAS Jacksonville and was restored during a six-
month project. It flew one last time over Jacksonville on May 16, 1986 and was placed on
static display shortly after that flight. This plane is a tribute to all who flew out of NAS
Jacksonville in PBYs.


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in history



and tradition

By MC2(AW) Regina into view. The aircraft is the displays. Now, security
Brown just one of 12 on display for is much tighter and it's a
Special Contributor all to see at Heritage Park, shame that not as many
W hen entering thea collection of naval aircraft people can see this park,"
main gate at NAS at NAS Jax. said Ron Williamson, NAS
Jacksonville, the "Our original concept was Jax safety manager and
large blue and gold Blue for folks from around Jack- unofficial base historian.
Angels F/A-18 Hornet comes sonville to get close and see Since the arrival of the


The TBM Avenger was placed in the park April 21, 1998. This aircraft was used by the 'S com-
munity during and after World War II. This plane was brought to NAS Cecil Field in ; basket
and in pieces and was restored by personnel of the VS community. With the closure of NAS
Cecil Field and the transfer of the VS community to NAS Jacksonville, this static display also
came to the station. The TBM was flown extensively out of NAS Jacksonville and NAS Cecil
Field during the 1940's.


first aircraft for display at
Heritage Park, the PBY
Catalina, there have been
an additional 11 aircraft
added. Both the SH-3H
Sea King and the P-3 Orion
were dedicated to the park
on June 15, 1990, followed
by the P-2V Neptune in
August 1993. The Neptune
on display at the park was
assigned to VP-5 at NAS
Jax in the 1960's. It was
donated to NAS Jax in
1992 from a private collec-
tor and restored shortly
thereafter.
The F/A-18 Hornet on dis-
play was added Oct. 6, 1996
to celebrate the Blue Angels
50th anniversary. Lt. Cmdr.


Butch Voris' name is paint-
ed under the canopy. Voris
was the founder of the
"Blue Angels."
The year 1998 brought in
an additional three aircraft,
the S-3 Viking, the TBM
Avenger and the S-2F
Tracker. All aircraft were
flown either from NAS Jax
or NAS Cecil Field.
The A-7 Corsair was
added in 1999 with the A-4
Skyhawk and F-8 Crusader
following in 2000. Retired
Navy Cmdr. Bob Elich, flew
the A-7B Corsair while
serving during the Vietnam
War. He and his family live
in the local area and visit
the park regularly. "We


come to the base -very
Sunday for church se-vices
and always make it point
to visit the park. It's eau-
tiful," Elich stated.
The latest addition was
the N2S Stearman in 2002.
It was one of the firs air-
craft assigned to NAS fax.
Retired Marine Corps
Master Sgt. Joseph Bhndi-
no was once statiomd at
NAS Jax. "I used to rain
Sailors and Marines 01 the
maintenance of some d the
aircraft on display here It's
really great to see then so
well taken care of," 3aid
Blandino.


See HERITAGE, Page 9


The SH-3 was dedicated June 15, 1990. It was the main helicopter flown out of the station .
until finally retired in December 1999. It has been replaced by the SH-60, which all of our
operational squadrons and reserve squadron HS-75 currently fly today. The SH-3 was the main "
helicopter used by the Navy in Jacksonville for more than 25 years. This helicopter's markings This S-3 Viking was placed in the park March 24, 1998. This plane is flown by the VS sqiad-
change from time to time as it usually is painted with the markings of the most recent rons, which transferred from NAS Cecil Field to NAS Jacksonville during late 1997 and farly
squadron to win the Battle "E" award. 1998.


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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
The station obtained an N2S Stearman that has been on display since 2002. The Stearman was one of the first aircraft assigned to the station when formed in 1940.


Photos by MC2(AW) Regina Brown


The P2V Neptune was placed in the park Aug. 18, 1993. This plane was used by the station's patrol squadrons prior to the P-3
entering service. It was seen in the skies over Jacksonville from December 1949 until 1971. This actual plane on display was
assigned to VP-5 at NAS Jacksonville in the 1960s. It went to a private aircraft collector after the Navy retired it but was
donated to NAS Jacksonville in 1992 and restored by station personnel. It stands as a tribute today to the many personnel who
flew the P-2V out of this station.


...









The A-7 Corsair was dedicated Feb. 26, 1999. It bears VA-46 markings, a squadron that operated out of NAS Cecil Field The
Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department officer at NAS Jacksonville at the time had previously been based with VA 46,
and thus asked for permission to paint those markings on the aircraft. This aircraft was a static display for eight years at


almost 30 years at the Naval Air Depot lax. VA- 46 was the last squadron to fly the A-7 prior to their disestablishment June 30,

strikes.

Squadron members
from VS-24 proudly,.,
display their work

detailing the 5-2 .
Tracker at Heritage
Park. (From left)
AM1(AW) Howard
Tarvit, AN Jairo Pena,
AOAN Travis Marks,
AT3(AW) William
Worthley, AM2(AW)
Kevin Becca, AD3
Tameka Levy and
AMEAN Timothy
-Vernotzy. "We spent a
..
total of 238 total man
hours sanding, doing ,,.' i"

and painting. It was a







Ground Support -
Equipment Division Po Dl bae LA-46,
for their support Photo by Kaylee LaRocqu3
dsfor their support
during this project,"
said Tarvit.


The A-4 Skyhawk was moved to the static display park June 1,
2000. This aircraft was another obtained from the NAS Cecil
Field collection and moved to NAS Jacksonville shortly before
that station was decommissioned. The A-4 also had a history
at NAS lacksonville as it flew with VA-203 prior to being
phased out for the A-7 Corsair. The A-4 had a more extensive
history with NAS Cecil Field. Numerous squadrons flew this
flt 'e .n .n" t1. z O O.,'ta rl-ra itgu tn u oun -nro. ..r =.-s .=-==w
that 12-year period.

HERITAGE: Commands care for exhibits

From Page R

lMost of the aircraft are as-igned to various commands
around the base. which are responsible for the aircraft's
upkeep.
-I wish we had room to put some more on display, we
had to turn down a donation of a C-121 Constellation
because it was just too big." stated Williamson. "At 116
feet with a 126-foot wingspan. the aircraft would have
overwhelmed the park."
However, \Williamson is hoping to add the HUP-
Retriever to the collection. The aircraft was designed for
the Navy and flew its first flight in March 1948. The air-
(raft would need extensive work before being put on dis-
play.


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Retired Marine Corps Master Sgt. Joseph Blandino explains
how aircraft work to his wife, Chris, and grandson, John,
while touring Heritage Park.


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10 Ja Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 30, 2006


Air terminal allows

Sailors, retirees to see the

world with Space-A travel

By Staff
The air terminal located at NAS Jacksonville is a
jointly operated Navy-Air Force/Air Mobility
Command facility, providing air transport services
to destinations in Europe, Southwest Asia and numerous
U.S. cities. It remains one of the most prominent military
air terminals in the world, and as such, provides ample
opportunity for active duty, retirees and their dependents
to travel virtually cost-free on a "Space A" basis.
"Space-A" is short for "space-available" and describes
travel on government-owned or contracted aircraft. Under
the Space-A program, eligible passengers take advantage
of any unused seats on Department of Defense (,DoD) or
contracted aircraft, once all of the duty passengers and
cargo have been accommodated. With patience and flexi-
bility, a passenger can travel the world in an inexpensive
manner. Success with Space-A travel depends on flexibili-
ty and good timing. Since Space-A passengers travel only
after all duty passengers and air cargo have been accom-
modated, there is no guarantee that, a flight will have
enough seats for every potential customer. Space-A pas-
sengers, therefore, should have sufficient financial
resources to cover the costs of lodging and alternative
transportation should seats not be available at any point
in their itinerary. Remember, "space-available" travel is
just that space that is available only after all mission
requirements are fulfilled. There is no guarantee!
Space-A passengers must register with the departure
passenger terminal. Passenger's can sign-up at the NAS
Jacksonville Air Terminal can be done by fax at 542-3257
or in-person from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. Once the registration
has been received at the respective terminal, the member
is assigned a "category of travel." Selection for travel is
based on this assigned category as well as the date/time of
the sign-up. Sign-up is valid for 60 days (for retirees), or
for the duration of individual's orders, leave, or flight
authorization (active duty and other eligible passengers),
up to a maximum of 60 days.
Due to increased security after 9/11, NAS Jacksonville
does not publish flight information via a Web site. Flight
information is published 72 hours in advanced and can be
accessed by calling 542-3956 or 542-3825. Flights can vary
from NAS North Island, San Diego, Calif., Whidbey
Island, Wash., Fort Worth, Texas and various other sites.
Remember, just because there is a flight out of the area
does not guarantee a flight back. Remember to be flexible.
The only regularly scheduled flight every week is a
Patriotic Express (civilian chartered) plane that travels to
and from Norfolk, Va. and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba every
Saturday and every other Tuesday.
To take advantage of this or any other Space A flight,
passengers must arrive at the designated "show time."
This show time is generally two hours prior to the antici-
pated departure time and is subject to change. If a serv-
ice' member desires to fly to Norfolk via the Patriot
Express, he or she should arrive no later than 3 p.m. For
those passengers inquiring about flights to Europe,
Norfolk serves as the major "hub" for the connecting-
flights. For information regarding flights from Norfolk,
please call (757) 444-4148.
The following persons are eligible for Space-A travel:
-Members of the Uniformed Services and their family mem-
bers.
-Foreign exchange service members on permanent duty
with the DoD.
-Retired members of the Uniformed Services and their fami-
ly members.
-Members of the Reserve Components.
-Civilian employees of the DoD stationed overseas and
their families.
-American Red Cross personnel serving overseas with the
U.S. military.
-DoD Dependent School (DoDDS) teachers and their family
members.
The categories that determine the order of selection for
Space A flights are:
Category one Emergency leave
Category two Environmental Morale Leave (EML)
Category three Ordinary leave
Category four Unaccompanied dependents on EML
Category five Permissive Temporary Duty and students
Category six Retirees (lowest priority for travel)
General. Space-A privileges cannot be used for personal
gain or in connection with business enterprises or employ-
ment, to establish a home, to transport dependents to a
duty station where the service member is (or will be) serv-
ing an unaccompanied tour, to transport dependents to a
TDY duty station, or when international or theater
restrictions prohibit such travel.
Disabled veterans are not eligible for space-available
travel solely on the basis of their disability. However, dis-
abled retirees are eligible, and that category includes peo-
ple who have received disability retirements.
Military members on active duty must be in a leave or
pass status to register for space-available travel, remain
in a leave or pass status while awaiting travel, and be in a
leave or pass status for the entire period of travel.
When afforded Space-A privileges, DoD civilians must
be in a leave or non-duty (i.e., weekend or holiday) status
to register for space-available travel. If in a non-duty sta-
tus, leave must have been approved for the first normal
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working day following the non-duty period. A leave status counted as an extra piece for each increment of 70 pounds.
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persons permitted to accompany disabled passengers are overhead compartment, if available. Space-A passengers
their dependents (excluding CONUS flights), or other per- are not allowed to transport pets of any kind.
sons eligible for Space-A travel. Every effort will be made When traveling Space-A with young children, prepare
to transport passengers with disabilities who are other- for possible delays along the way where childcare items
wise eligible to travel, and supplies may not be readily available. While the pas-
A space-available "roll call" will be conducted two hours senger terminal provides many facilities for children
prior to departure. (playgrounds, playroom, nursery), children should not be
Passengers who show up after the showtime will be left unsupervised.d
accommodated only after all 'punctual' arrivals have been Federal Aviation Administration approved child
taken care of, regardless of their category, or date and safety/restraint seats for young children flying on AMC
time of sign up. Please be aware that flight schedules are flights are required. This policy applies to children under
subject to change. It is recommended that an individual 2 years old who weigh less than 40 pounds and are less
check the space-available show time for the desired flight than 40 inches tall. Children must be in the seat during
prior to departing for the terminal. Additionally, he or she takeoffs and landings, but may be held while the aircraft
should be ready for immediate processing and boarding is in the cruise portion of the flight. Since children's
upon arrival at the Passenger Service Center. meals, beverages and entertainment are not provided on
Selection (Roll-Call). Seat assignment begins by select- military aircraft, Space-A passengers should prepare
ing the passenger with the highest category of travel and accordingly for their children's needs.
the earliest date/time of sign-up. Once selected for space- Hazardous materials prohibited on Space-A flights
available travel, the individual is paged to report to the include many common items from your home, workshop,
passenger check-in counter. The passenger's ID card and or garage such as: Propane, butane cylinders or lighter
all other pertinent documentation are then checked, and refills
the boarding and subsequent travel commences a short safety or "strike-anywhere" matches gasoline, diesel, or
time later. kerosene from camping stoves
If, after the passenger's name is called, the passenger The following hazardous articles may be transported m
does not proceed to the check-in counter in a timely man- limited quantities in hand-carried or checked baggage.-A
ner, he or she may be removed from the call list and the limited quantity is what a passenger would use on a short
corresponding seat(s) may be assigned to other passen- trip: toiletry articles and medicines containing hazardous
gers. The situation can be avoided simply by remaining in substances matches and lighters oxygen cylinders used by
the immediate vicinity of the passenger terminal, individuals for medical purposes aerosols intended fdr
Recall. Although not a common event, active-duty pas- personal care (hair sprays and deodorants) lithium batter-
senger or cargo space requirements may cause the "recall" ies located in watches, computers, etc. .
(bumping) of Space-A passengers at any point. If an indi- Remember, this article is just a brief explanation of the
vidual is 'bumped', he or she may re-register with the -Space "A" opportunities available. For specific questionfcit
original date and time of registration. Remember there is best to call and speak to an Air Termlni]
is no guarantee! The member should always be prepared Representative. Although not appropriate for everyone,
to purchase commercial transportation, meals and lodg- Space A is an often-underutilized benefit that can open tp
ingto purchase omptmerial transportation, meals and lodg-exible. the world to the most frugal of travelers. Success .can be
ing. Be prompt, patient, prepared, and flexible.
Check with the Passenger Service Center for Space-A achieved by subscribing to the age-old concept: "the jour-
showtime prior to departing the terminal area. Space-A ney is more important than the destination."
seats are normally identified as early as two to three
hours and as late as 30 minutes prior to departure. To
prevent delays, be ready for immediate processing and
boarding.
When traveling Space-A always be prepared for the
unexpected and have sufficient funds to buy commercial i
transportation, food and lodging.
Be as flexible as possible in choosing a destination.
Some destinations have greater opportunities for Space-A
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on the desired flights. The 'peak periods' include the
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Unless otherwise directed by the respective command or
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flight. Use good judgment and common sense to ensure
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Iax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 30, 2006 11


Special




unit patrols




St. Johns


By MC3 David Didier
Special Contributor
he men and women of the
NAS Jacksonville Boat
: House are responsible for
patrolling the waters of the St.
Johns River to ensure the shore-
lines surrounding NAS Jax are
secure at all times.
The boat house, a division of
.NAS Jax Air Operations
'.Department, is located on the
seawall near the airstrip. It is the
,only department on the air sta-
tion that works entirely aboard
boats. This makes the Sailor's
jobs a unique and vital part of the
base's operations. The boat house
consists of 13 personnel made up
of enginemen, electrician's mates
and boatswain's mates. Together
they work to maintain the boats
for security and search and res-
cue (SAR) operations.
'As helicopter squadrons con-
'duct SAR training over the river,
the team from the boat house
support the missions by waiting
.-in the water in a bright orange
boat ready to lend assistance to a
rescue diver. "I find great satis-
faction in helping to train the
SAR swimmers. We help them to
get their qualifications, so that
they can go out into the fleet and
save lives," stated EN2 Robert
Georgantis.
This is just one of the many
duties that the boat house crews
perform. They are also part of the
base's Oil Spill Response Team
and assist with Coast Guard
search and rescue missions.
Although the work can some-
times be demanding and the
.,weather conditions don't always
.cooperate, the staff at the boat
,house are their to aid anyone in
-need. "If we get a call. to help a
boater who is in distress, we can


get assistance to them in a mat-
ter of minutes. We are also
trained to respond to any oil
spills or plane crashes they may
occur in the St. Johns River," said
EN1(SW) Michael Baumann.
To stay current in their qualifi-
cations to handle environmental
incidents, members of the boat
house participate in semi-annual
oil spill response training along
with civilian base personnel and
civilian contractors. This training
is required by the Enviromental
Protection Agency and is crucial
to the protection of Florida's deli-
cate natural environment. The
boat house plays a vital roll
ensuring that in the event that a
contaminant spill should occur,
they can respond quickly and
effectively to contain and clean
up the contaminants.
"The boat house has a very
important roll in oil spill response
because they have boats ready
and on the water 24 hours a day,
seven days a week," said
Environmental Oil Spill Manager
Frank Sigona.
There are many rewarding
aspects of working at the boat
house. We conduct a lot of tours
for local high school NJROTC
groups, scout troops and other
visitors to the base. We take
them out on the boats and show
them what we do here," said
Georgantis. "I really enjoy show-
ing young people what we do."
Many members of the division
also spend their time giving back
to the community by volunteering
for different organizations. "Since
I've been working in the com-
mand, I've had the opportunity to
help build four homes through
HabiJax," added Baumann. "It's
extremely satisfying to be able to
volunteer and give something
back."


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Photos by MC3 David Didier
Members of NAS jax Boat House pull in a slick boom on the St. Johns River while participating in their semi-
annual facility response training.


Members of NAS Jax
Boat House pull in the
anchor on a slick boom
while participating in
their semi-annual facili-
ty response training on
the St. Johns River.


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12 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 30, 2006


Naval Hospital Jacksonville hosts breast cancer symposium


By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jax Marketing
N aval H
Jacksonville ho
third annual
Cancer Symposi-um No
to provide medical st,
information on the
advances in breast
research. Capt. Peter
director of NNMC-BE
Breast Cancer Center,
workshop for about
members.
The two-day sym
updated providers and
on the latest breast
treatments and advance
field of genetics. Soball
gical oncologist, exp
"This is the fastest mov
of cancer research. Th


was originally a congressional
mandate, but it is now funded
by the Department of the
hospital Navy."
>sted its Soballe has been involved
Breast with the center for 10 years and
v. 13-14, has been reaching out to pri-
aff with mary care providers for the past
latest seven. He described the center
cancer as completely autonomous and
Soballe, the only one in military medi-
ethesda cine dedicated solely to breast
led the cancer treatment and research.
25 staff Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Breast Cancer Coordinator
posium Nikki Levinson-Lustgarten has
nurses coordinated the workshop for
cancer the past three years. She also
es in the oversees the hospital's breast
e, a sur- cancer support group. Her goal
gainedd, is to keep the hospital's medical
ing area staff updated on this rapidly
e center advancing field.


Hoskins retires after


By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Marketing
r. George Hoskins retires
from Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville Mental Health
Department Dec. 1 after 25 years
of devoted service.
Hired in 1981 as the hospital's
first full-time family advocacy
representative, Hoskins accepted
the position while completing his
doctoral dissertation in social sci-
ence with an emphasis in mar-
riage and family from Florida
State University.
One of his first goals was tol
implement policies and proce-'
dures for the prevention and
management of child and spouse
abuse, neglect and sexual assault.
He also oversaw all the program's
activities for three bases in the
Jacksonville area and later


25


Dr. George Hoskins
assisted with the Family
Advocacy Program development
at NAS Jacksonville, NAS Cecil


Levinson-Lustgarten
explained breast cancer .
research is near and dear to her
heart because of her extensive
family history with the disease. '
"This workshop ensures our, .
providers and medical staff ,'.
have up-to-date information on
breast cancer treatment that ..
helps our patients make
informed decisions about their
care," she said.
Additional facts about breast
cancer awareness, symptoms
and risk factors are available at
www.nationalbreastcancer.org.
For more information about" a .
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Photo by Marsha Childs,
breast cancer support group, Capt. Peter Soballe, director of NNMC-Bethesda Breast Cancer Center, discuss-
please contact Levinson- es new treatments in dealing with breast cancer during a symposium at Naval
Lustgarten at 542-7600. Hospital Jax on Nov. 13.


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Field and NS Mayport. advisor while these programs to the next phase of my life ant-
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ment head of Naval Hospital Concurrently, he helped to estab- activities I enjoy," said Hoskins.
Jacksonville's first Social Work lish Naval Hospital Jacksonville's His future plans include contirt-'
Department in 1984. He worked Community Counseling Centers uing some part-time professional
closely with civilian organizations on all three bases. These centers work and delving more into his
such as domestic violence shel- increased the level of outpatient hobbies like photography and-
ters, civilian mental health pro- counseling services within the travel. He is also interested in
grams and the Navy Fleet and military treatment facility for all physical fitness and is an active
Family Support Center (FFSC) to beneficiaries. member of a running club.


ensure military families had
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services.
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related to family advocacy to help
medical staff recognize and
appropriately respond to abused
or neglected patients.
In the early 1990's when the
family advocacy function shifted
to base FFSCs, Hoskins was
instrumental in the transition
and continued to serve as an


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under the Mental Health
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as the social work supervisor and
a mental health provider. He
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which offers eligible unre-
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the opportunity to receive
funded graduate education
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include the adjustment of
degree program category
allotments based on war-
fare community input.
"As in previous years,
officers must choose a
course of study that is rel-
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Education Continuum,"
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open to URL active-duty
list officers, paygrades 03
through 05, in designators
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FY07 are as follows:
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Submarine 40; Aviation -
47; Special Warfare/Spec-
ial Operations 6.
Quotas by degree pro-
gram and warfare areas
are specified in NavAdmin
319-06, posted on the
Navy College Programis
GEV Web page at
https://www.navycollege.n
avy.mil/gev.
The GEV program is tar-
geted at officers with
demonstrated superior
performance and upward
career mobility who are
transferring, or have
recently reported, to shore
duty in order to allow suf-
ficient time for completion
of a graduate program.


' Officers who have
already received a gradu-
ate degree that was fund-
ed by a Department of
Defense or veteran's edu-
cation benefit are ineligi-
ble, although those cur-
rently enrolled in qualify-
ing graduate degree pro-
grams using Tuition
Assistance, other financial
assistance programs, or
paying privately, may
apply.
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cover all graduate educa-
tion costs (tuition, books,
registration/application
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24 months from the time
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gram carries a service
obligation of three times
the number of months of
education completed, with
a maximum of 36 months.
NavAdmin 319/06 contains


additional information on
specific program require-
ments.
Interested officers
should submit written
requests to their detailer,
per the current Nav-
Admin.
For those not qualifying
for the GEV program,
assistance is still available
through the Tuition
Assistance program and
other graduate education
programs as listed on the
Naval Personnel Com-
mand Web site under
Graduate Education
Placement and Scholar-
ship Programs at
www.npc.navy.mil/Caree
rInfo/Education/Graduate
EducationPrograms/.
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Navy education and train-
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Navy Medicine Support


Command marks first year


ByMCI (SW/AW)
Jeffrey McDowell
Navy Medicine Support Command PAO
Navy Medicine Support
Command (NMSC) cele-
brated its one-year anni-
versary last week. This com-
mand is part of a bigger transfor-
mation in Navy medicine which is
currently underway in part to the
leadership of the 35th Navy
Surgeon General Vice Adm.
Donald Arthur.
In an effort to resemble the
Navy's line structure, and to
establish the chain of command
for all Navy Medicine Commands
up to the Surgeon General, Navy
medicine was reorganized into
four components: Navy Medicine
East located in Norfolk, Navy
Medicine West located in San
Diego, The Navy Medical
National Capitol Area, located
near Washington DC and Navy
Medicine Support Command at
NAS Jacksonville.
NMSC, together with the other
three regional medical com-
mands, the Bureau of Medicine
and Surgery as an echelon two
command, establishes the policies
for; Navy medicine functions,
while the subordinate regional
conrmands execute those policies.
CQrently, NMSC has financial


management oversight to six ech-
elon four commands and 19 eche-
lon five commands located as far
away as Lima, Peru and Jakarta,
Indonesia.
"NMSC personnel have been
tremendous in their support of
the regional concept and aligned
quickly to responsibilities of a
support command," said Rear
Adm. Carol Turner, commander,
NMSC. "Particularly rewarding
is their proactive position to not
only identify upcoming issues but
to take ownership and develop
resolutions; a stellar example of
our officers, enlisted and civilians
working closely as a team for the
good of Navy medicine and the
Navy-Marine Corps team."
Some of the NMSC accomplish-
ments in the previous 12 months
include:


The Plans, Analysis and
Evaluation Department (PA&E)
turned over the planning and
evaluation support for 10 medical
treatment facilities to Navy
Medicine East and turned their
attention to planning for an
entirely new set of commands.
PA&E also completed two busi-
ness planning cycles, most recent-
ly forwarding a consolidated busi-
ness plan identifying individual
commands' contributions to the
Navy medicine mission as well as
the opportunity for the NMSC to
provide coordination of those con-
tributions into integrated solu-
tions.
The Centralized Credentials
and Privileging Directorate in
partnership with Document
Automation and Production
Service (DAPS), began digitiza-
tion of all 17,000 Navy healthcare
provider credentials files and
create an electronic database
management system (EDMS) to
store and protect all Navy creden-
tials files.
The EDMS, coined the Navy
Electronic Credentials System,
will enable each Navy healthcare
treatment facility to review and
update credentials files electroni-
cally, and transfer permissions
between facilities to view the six-
part file with a click of a mouse.


Photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Jeffrey McDowell
The Navy Medicine Support Command recently celebrated its first
anniversary as a command.
The benefits to NECS will include Clinics and mission specific com-
more secure storage of the volu- mands.
ominous paper credentials files The human resources direc-
while eliminating the need to torate standardized human
mail hard-copy files. resources codes at the directorate,
The human resources direc- department head and division
torate has led the way with a levels.
major initiative to standardize They were also instrumental in
the Navy medicine organization providing the interpretations of
at all levels, policy and technical expertise
This immense endeavor includ- especially in the form of imple-
ed the development of very meeting the new organization
detailed guidance of what a stan- structure into the total force
dard organization will look like at manpower management system..
each level: naval medical centers, NMSC stands ready to support
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NMSC hosts
By MC1(SW/A W)
Jeffrey McDowell
Navy Medicine Support Command PAO
Navy Medicine Support Com-
mand (NMSC), a regional
command with responsibility
over all Navy medicine support func-
tions, held its quarterly board of
directors meeting Nov. 15-16. This
was the second board of directors
meeting held in Jacksonville for the
Navy Medicine echelon three com-
mand based here.
Members in attendance included
Rear Adm. Carol Turner, commander,
Navy Medicine Support Command,
Rear Adm. Marshall Cusic, Jr.,
deputy commander, Total Force
Integration, William Lorenzen,
NMSC chief of staff and the com-
manding officers and senior enlisted
leadership of the six NMSC echelon


board ot directors meeting
four subordinate commands. tremendous advocates of the regional
NMSC has global oversight of Navy concept and aligned quickly to the
medicine's research and development, responsibilities of a support com-
manpower, education and training, mand," said Turner. "Particularly
information technology and manage- rewarding is their proactive position
ment, supply and logistics, including to not only identify upcoming issues
support of deployable fleet hospitals but to take ownership and develop
and expeditionary medical facilities, resolutions; a stellar example of our
population health, preventive medi- officers, enlisted and civilians work-
cine, environmental health, medical ing closely as a team for the good of
claims processing and mortuary Navy medicine and the Navy-Marine
affairs. Corps team."
The six echelon-four commands NMSC is one of four regional eche-
under NMSC are: Navy lon three commands in Navy medi-
Environmental Health Center, Navy cine. The three other regional com-
Medical Logistics Command, Naval mands, whose focus is direct patient
Medical Research Center, Navy care includes: Navy Medicine East
Medicine Information Management headquartered in Norfolk, Navy
Center, Military Medical Support Medicine West, headquartered in San
Office and Navy Medicine Manpower, Diego and Navy Medical National
Personnel, Training and Education Capitol Area, headquartered at the
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The importance of


personal readiness

BY Adm. Mike Mullen providing information and This team was comm
Chief of Naval operations support to spouses, and signed by the to study fan
yiretei v contribution to Iv readiness issues a


A recent survey of com-
manding officers on
personal and family
readiness challenges and
mission impact showed
increased levels of stress:
personal and family, job-
related and deployment-
related.
A smaller force, deploy-
ment pattern changes and
global war on terrorism
demands are factors affect-
ing families. I am con-
cerned about family readi-
ness issues and strongly
supports doing everything
we., can to help our Sailors
and their families.
Confidence the best way
to-define personal and fam-
ily readiness
Sailors are confident
that their family member
needs are being met, allow-
ing them to focus on their
jobs and the mission.
Families have the
knowledge and confidence
that they are part of the
greater Navy family.
:* Programs and re-
sources are available to
sustain them and permit
them to be self-reliant and
supportive of the Navy.
'Constant readiness -
developing a culture that
supports it
The Navy response to
operational demands
through the Fleet Readi-
ness Program, sea-shore
rotation adjustments and
individual augmentee as-
signments has emphasized
the need for a culture of
constant and comprehen-
sive readiness. Knowing
their families are prepared
and capable to manage rou-
tine and extraordinary
events allows service mem-
bers to be mission focused.
Financial Prepared-
rrees: Responsible use of
c it and development of a
family financial plan
esaure families are provid-
iegor during deployments.
a prepared for any per-
sIIal crisis. Financial
plans should include a
budget, life insurance, wills
and powers of attorney.
Command financial special-
istjcan assist in developing
agorkable financial plan.
I 'Disaster Preparedness:
Develop plans to respond to
natural and man-made dis-
asers including designa-
tI= of safe havens, evacua-
tieo plans, emergency sav-
ing's and emergency sup-
plies.
S* Medical Readiness: Be-
yond regular check-ups and
vaccinations, families
should have a medical plan
that addresses their unique
needs including medical
insurance (TRICARE en-
rollment) and an adequate
supply of prescription
drugs.
Commitment to personal
and family readiness pro-
grams fundamental to a
combat- ready naval force.
:* Ombudsman Program.
We are strengthening this
to be as supportive as possi-
ble to families by keeping
communication flowing,























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family readiness.
Family Readiness
Groups. Comprised of fam-
ily members, particularly
during deployments, for
information, morale-build-
ing activities and other
support functions.
Personal and Family
Readiness Board of Direct-
ors. A flag-level group to
set the strategy for meeting
readiness needs, looking at
"big picture" readiness
issues, and implementing
Navy-wide initiatives for
improved readiness sup-
port.
Navy Family Readiness
Cross Functional Team.


is-
mi-
nd


Flight operations


make recommendations.
The team just finished
their study and developed a
comprehensive plan to
improve family readiness in
both the long and short
term.
Navy Family Alliance.
A very recent initiative, it
brings personnel, installa-
tions and the fleet together
in a collaborative partner-
ship, integrating and align-
ing family support services.
Designed to provide seam-
less delivery of support
services, within a continu-
um of assistance to families
through both installations
and the local community.


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when it comes to family
readiness in deployable
squadrons such as this.









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Exercise with caution in cold weather


By MCSN Tyler tlungerford Jones
Fleet Public Affairs CenterAtlantic
The Naval Safety Center is urging win-
ter sports enthusiasts to take extra
care this season to protect themselves
from the dangers of cold-weather exposure.
SK3(SW) Jonatihan Riser, a supply clerk
aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier
USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75), is one such

HS-15: 'Red


Lions' home in


time for holidays
From Page 1
Diego as well as helicopter search and res-
cue corpsmen from units around the world.
The task that has been successfully met for
the past 12 months is to provide two-ship,
Alert 15 aircraft, 24 hours a day, seven days
a week for response throughout all of Kuwait,
the North Arabian Gulf and Southern Iraq.
To date, there have been 296 personnel who
have been MEDEVAC'd by the 2515th since
assuming the watch in November 2005.
The returning "desert warriors" were
relieved last month by another group from
HSC-21 and a group from HSC-23, also
homeported in San Diego.
The Navy assumed the air ambulance
assignment in an effort to augment the
Army's on-going air ambulance assets
throughout the Central Command area of
responsibility (AOR) last November, provid-
ing a total force solution to a joint require-
ment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Six Navy H-60 helicopters were modified to
accommodate up to six patient litters, self-
defense and communication equipment, and
engine modifications, considered necessary to
operate in the appropriate threat environ-
ments. This is the first time that a Navy unit
has been assigned a mission of this scale, in
this AOR, for this long a period, working
alongside the Army on an Army installation.


enthusiast. Having been raised in Salt Lake
City, Riser grew up around winter sports
and knows the dangers associated with the
great outdoors well.
"You have to be careful, because the snow
melts and can soak your clothes," he said.
"It's smart to wear waterproof jackets and
other clothes."
Riser has been participating in winter
sports since he was six, and said what you


choose to wear can make a major difference
out in the elements.
"I always wear layers, because if you get
too hot, you can always take them off," he
explained.
John Williams, a recreational safety
expert at the Naval Safety Center at Naval
Station Norfolk, echoed Riser.


See CAUTION, Page 18


Photos by PRAN Tyler Cure
Anxious families wait for their loved ones from HS-15
to deplane at the NAS Jax Air Terminal Nov. 22.


Lt. j.g. Greg Bertsch of HS-15, greets his family after
being deployed for the past six months.


IA: Navy is committed to providing Sailors with educational opportunities


From Page 6


allow ample time for coursework if you are
willing to put in the work and take advantage
of the opportunities."
There are currently 37 IA Sailors enrolled
in the NCPACE program, evenly split
between the enlisted and officer ranks. Oct.
22, the Navy College Office in Bahrain
received a preliminary NCPACE IA order for
51 courses, reiterating Dewes' point that the
Navy is Pcommitted" to providing IA Sailors
with educational opportunities. Dewes said
Sailors who are going on IA assignments can
go ahead and reeiste, L .... ----U
their local Navy College Office' prior-to-
deploying or continue courses they are cur-


rently enrolled in, but cautions there is a
downside to being proactive.
"I am always in favor of anything that can
bring education to Sailors, and we encourage
Sailors to sign up for their college courses
before they go on an IA," he said. "The. down-
side is that there is so much uncertainty
about what IA assignments will require of
Sailors. Before they are in theater, they have
no way of knowing if their command's mis-
sion will allow them the time, if learning
materials, computers or proctors will be
available to them, and if they will be too men-
tally and physically exhausted. XMI that being
i- -t i-i ,^*^ ^':r. 5-^^,K^r-t-d g : [ . .. _.


an IA assignment are not eligible for
NCPACE distance learning, but they can
access any school they want through their
distance learning programs by visiting the
Navy College Office.
For more information on NCPACE, Sailors
should visit their local Navy College Office or
the NCPACE Web site -at http://
159.115.100.97/NCPACE/.
For NCPACE information specific to IAs,
Sailors should click the following links:
https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil/portal/download?l
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STRIKE

GROUPS: IKE

flagship for

Eisenhower

strike group

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controller on the ground thanked
us and said, 'You are surely
angels on our shoulders.' I have
never done a more meaningful
flight in the Navy."
The air wing has expended
Guided Bomb Unit 12 bombs, a
general-purpose, laser guided
500-pound bomb; GBU-38 bombs,
a general-purpose Global
Positioning System guided 500-
pound bomb; as well as 20 mm
rounds from M61A1 and M61A2
Gatling guns on enemy positions.
"The members of VFA-143 are
excited to be able to support the
OEF and ISAF operations with
our new jets and their capabilities
as part of CVW-7 and the USS
Dwight D. Eisenhower team,"
said Cmdr. Jim Nichols, com-
manding officer of VFA-143. "Our
air crew and Sailors have worked
hard over the last year to prepare
for this moment, and they are
exceeding all expectations."
CVW-7 includes VAW-125
"Tigertails," VFA-103 "Jolly
Rogers," VFA-131 "Wildcats,"
VFA-143 "Pukin' Dogs," VFA-83
"Rampagers," VAQ-140 "Patriots"
and HS-5 "Nightdippers."
IKE is the flagship for the
Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group,
which includes its embarked air
wing, CVW-7, and embarked
Destroyer Squadron 28; guided-
missile cruiser USS Anzio (CG
68); guided-missile destroyer USS
Ramage (DDG 61); guided-missile
destroyer USS Mason (DDG 87);
and the fast-attack submarine
USS Newport News (SSN 750),
all homeported in Norfolk, Va.
The IKE Carrier Strike Group
departed Naval Station Norfolk,
Va. Oct. 3, for a regularly sched-
uled deployment in support of
maritime security operations
(MSO) and entered the
Commander, U.S. Fifth Fleet area
of operations Oct. 30.
MSO help set the conditions for
security and stability in the mar-
itime environment, as well as
complement the counter-terror-
ism and security efforts of region-
al nations. These operations deny
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VR-58 recognizes its plane captains with a "journey Starts Here" cake cutting ceremony.



VR-58 recognizes



plane captains


From VR-58
The VR-58 "Sunseekers" held a spe-
cial cake ceremony and dedication of
-: a plane captain plaque recently to
... recognize the squadron's 49 plane cap-
tains.
"-. Plane captains, otherwise referred to as
"brown shirts," invest long days, hard work
and every ounce of their knowledge and
,,experience into ensuring multimillion dol-
lar aircraft and their pilots make it safely
back to the deck every day. Plane captains
spend 12 to 15 hours per day with their
assigned aircraft. In addition to the con-
stant inspections, plane captains check
,fluid levels, prepare the cockpit for flight
and ensure there is no foreign object debris
That could damage the aircraft. Prior to
-'handing the aircraft over to the pilot, the
plane captains act as the final set of eyes.
Sailors spend a minimum of 90 days learn-
ing the ins-and-outs before they can
receive the prestigious title of plane cap-
tain, and have their names and home-
towns stenciled on the belly of an aircraft.
The following VR-58 plane captain's
were recognized:
AD3 Alfred Alicea
AM3(AW) William Harnisch
ATAN Constant Allah
AME3 Richard Hennings
AT2(AW) Jeremy Bauer
AE1(AW/NAC) Deric Hessler
AM3 David Bradford
AD1(AW/NAC) Ray Heywood
AM2(AW) Charles Cheatham
PR3(NAC) Joel Hocker
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AT2(AW) Samuel Hurman
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From Page 17
"When you're in the cold
weather, then you need
cold weather gear,"
Williams said. "If you're in
extreme cold weather, then
you need extreme cold
weatherr gear."
" Preparing properly for
the weather outside can be
the difference between life
and death, he said.
Williams recommends
'Sailors and their families
who plan on enjoying win-
ter sports should wear
insulated, waterproof cloth-
ing, sunglasses, sunscreen
and waterproof shoes.
' "Proper protective equip-
inent is one thing that can
help save your life in the
'environment you face," he
igaid.
Williams also warned
hypothermia can be a
tricky adversary.
"One of the things about
hypothermia is that it can
fool you into thinking you
are warm," he said.
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staying on marked trails
according to skill level can
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Navy focuses on suicide prevention, awareness


By MCSN Shannon Cassidy
Fleet Public Affairs Center, Pacific
he Navy is focusing its
efforts to educate its
Sailors about programs
available to them during Suicide
Prevention Month.
Fleet and Family Support
Centers (FFSC) worldwide are
educating service members about
the risk and protective factors to
help Sailors identify warning
signs in their shipmates or trou-
ble within themselves.
"Knowing the warning signs
that someone is thinking about
committing suicide will save a
shipmate's life," said MCPON-
SW/AW) Joe Campa Jr. "If you're
a leader, and specifically for the
chiefs, you must know your peo-
ple well enough so that you can
tell if they start to change.


Recognizing the signs of suicidal
thoughts can help prevent future
tragedies."
According to the Department of
the Navy Suicide Incident Report,
suicide is still among the top
three causes of death in the
Navy.
"Compared to homicides, we're
killing ourselves more than other
people are killing us," said Dr. G.
Bruce Schumacher, FFSC
Clinical Life Skills educator in
San Diego.
The first step in preventing sui-
cide is to identify and understand
the risk factors. Risk factors are


anything that could increase the
possibility that a person will
harm themselves, such as alcohol
or substance abuse, a history of
depression or mental disorders,
or the loss of a relationship.
FFSC offers annual General
Military Training about suicide
prevention, as well as Life Skills
classes, that help treat and deal
with the symptoms of such
issues.
"Sailors cannot be afraid to use
the wealth of resources that the
Navy provides," said Campa.
"These resources are there to help
you and all of our shipmates


through times of crisis. The Fleet
and Family Support Center has a
staff that is highly trained to help
anyone, and they care about what
you are going through and they
will help you if you go to them."
For many reasons, such as,
pride, shame or embarrassment,
people don't seek or use the
resources available to them.
"There is nothing wrong with
asking for help," said
Schumacher. "Nobody is born
with'all of the resources within to
handle every situation in life.
Somewhere along the line, you're
going to have to ask for help, and
there is nothing wrong with
that."
Suicide can be prevented. The
Journal of the American Medical
Association and other affiliations
concur that all warning signs of
suicide, such as change in


appetite, weight or sleeping pat-
terns, diminished ability to think
or concentrate, are magnified
when a person with suicidal
thoughts is under high stress or
pressure, making warning signs
that much more recognizable.
While general military training,
on suicide prevention helps
Sailors to know the signs of a per-
son who is considering commit-
ting suicide, Campa said it's real-
ly going to take to take everyone,
such as chiefs and senior petty
officers, to be out on the deck
plates, knowing what is going on
'with their people on a daily basis.
'"You can't recognize that some-
one is suicidal if you don't know
what their normal routine is,"
said Campa. "We can prevent sui-
cides when we take the time to
learn our people."


Explaining the National Security Personnel System


From CNRSE
he National Security
Personnel System
(NSPS) is a new per-
sonnel management system
that is being rolled out to
enable the Department of
Defense (DoD) to better
meet the national security
demands of the 21st centu-
ry.
The key aspects of NSPS
are designed to value tal-
ent, reward contribution,
and promote excellence
while ensuring employee
performance objectives are
-aligned to the mission of
the activity, Department of
Navy (DoN) and the DoD.
It also increases DoN's abil-
ity to retain and recruit
highly skilled employees


and promotes a system in
which pay progression is
driven by performance
and/or attainment of com-
petencies and not longevity.
It also allows flexibility for
meeting mission changes.
The goal of NSPS is to
enhance effectiveness
through a simplified per-
sonnel management system
that improves the way DoN
hires and assigns, as well
as compensates and
rewards employees. Merit
system safeguards, such as
protection from discrimina-
tion, ensuring merit based
selection and veteran's
preference remains under
NSPS. Additionally,
employee benefits such as
leave accrual, insurance,
and retirement will not


change under the NSPS.
The following are a sam-
pling list of employee,
supervisor/manager ques-
tions concerning the NSPS
taken from the DoD NSPS
Web site located at
http://www.cpms.osd.mil/ns
ps:
Why do we need the
National Security
Personnel System?
What advantages does it
offer to me?
How can DoD implement
NSPS when the Court per-
manently enjoined DoD
from implementing certain
parts of NSPS?
Are wage-grade
employees covered?
What happens to my
retirement, health insur-
ance, and other benefits


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when I convert to NSPS?
With more candid perform-
ance appraisals, will we get
more complaints and law-
suits from our employees?
What kind of support will
I receive to handle this?
For additional NSPS
resources please visit The
DoN's NSPS Web site at
https://www/donhr.navy.
mil/nsps and the Navy
Knowledge Online.
The Commander Navy


Region Southeast, Human
Resources Office has devel-
oped a
Human Resources NSPS
team to work closely with
Spiral 1.2 activities to
ensure the successful


implementation of NSPS.
If you have a question con-
cerning the NSPS not listed
on the above Web sites,
please contact Juanita
Holley or Leah Ervin at
542-3159/4353.


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For more information call 542-3493.
,Free Bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
i.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included)


Call 542-3521 for more information.
Bingo
Lunch Bingo Monday Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Evening Bingo Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
6:30 p.m.
Tuesday night is paper only night!
Win cash!
Kid's Holiday Bingo
Dec. 16
Cards on sale 11 a.m.- Noon
$15 per child (ages 4-17)
Includes bingo cards, dauber, soft drink, hot dog, chips
and a gift.
Call 542-5007 for additional information.
Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!
Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday
7:30 p.m. until close


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

Storm Racers 2006
Now through Dec. 1
Log the number of hours you travel while spinning!
Prizes awarded to all participants!
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.
Monster Truck Jam
Feb. 24, 7:30 p.m.
$26 for Club Level Seats


First Coast Winter Lights
Nov. 23 Jan. 1
$10 per car (an $8 savings)
ACC Championship Game
Dec. 2, 1 p.m.
$83.25 for 200 level seats
FCCJ Broadway Series tickets on sale now!
Sweet Charity Jan. 28 at 1:30 p.m. ($62.50)
Rent ~ Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. ($50.50)
Lion King ~ March 24 & 31 at 8 p.m., April 7 at 2 p.m.
($80)
Mamma Mia ~ May 20 at 1:30 p.m. ($65), May 20 at 7
p.m. ($53)


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5
single or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.
FREE Comedy Zone Trip
Tonight
Free admission and appetizers!
Van departs Liberty Cove at 7 p.m.
Save Santa Scavenger Hunt
Dec. 1-12
Find Santa and win $250!
St. Augustine Pal Day
Dec. 2
Everything is free in your military uniform.
Disturbed in Concert
Dec. 6
$30, includes admission and transportation.


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.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Step Up (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Superman Returns (PG-13)
Saturday, 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.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Dec. 5 and 19 for active duty.
Dec. 7 and 21 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


Christmas Eve Scramble
Dec. 24, 10 a.m. shotgun start
$40 Military/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.
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class petty


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All first class petty officers
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tenant commands are invit-
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Troop Talk launches Operation

Music Download to benefit USO


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If you have seen these
men or know them,
please contact the NAS
jax Security Depart-
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From Staff
Troop Talk: Voice of
the Troops in con-
junction with USO
World Headquarters are
hosting a promotion to ben-
efit our service men and
women called "Operation
Music Download."
For as little as $1, partici-
pants can help send the gift
of music to an active duty
service member. Hundreds
of thousands of military
members will be spending
the holidays away from
their families. "Operation
Music Download" makes it
easy for anyone to show
support for our troops.
Troop Talk is launching a
national campaign to raise
funds for Operation' Music
Download. This will include
public service announce-
ments on all of Jones Radio
Networks' 24-hour music


format stations and NFL
radio broadcasts, promo-
tional support from super-
star Toby Keith's record
label, Showdog Nashville,
and a sponsorship by Jones
International University.
USO World Headquarters
is coordinating the distribu-
tion of download cards to
active duty service mem-
bers.
Military members can
use download cards to
redeem free music from an
online store at www.uso.org
offering over a million
songs.
The goal is to raise
$500,000 to make it possi-
ble for each of the 140,000
service members deployed
in Iraq to receive a down-
load card.
Contributions can be
made online at www.
trooptalkradio.com or by
check. Checks should be


FFSC offers educational

and support programs
From Staff
he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free and available
to service members and their families and Department of
Defense civilian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special accommodations
or handicapped access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are available in December:
Dec. 5, 9 a.m. to noon Stress Management Class
Dec. 11-14, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transition Assistance
Program (Separating)
Dec. 12, 9 a.m. to noon Anger Management Class
For further information or to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.


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ne Art of Being a Military Child contest


in the Military Child
ication Coaliido


rhe Military Cliild Educa-
tion Coalition,(MCEC) is
sponsoring the "Art of
Being a Military Child" contest.
'It is open to all milit ry-connect-
ed children, kindergarten
through high school.
Artwork
Selected submissions in the
visual arts will be featured in art
exhibits at the MQEC 2007
Conference in Kansas City, Mo.
Art may also appear in the con-
ference program, annual calen-
dar, MCEC'sTM On the MoveTM
magazine, or other MCECTM pub-
lications. Artwork should be 8-1/2
inches by 11-inches or smaller
and may be in color or black and
white, in the medium of your
choice.
Film
: Selected film entries will be
considered for the "Reel Military"
Youth Film and Video Festival
slated for July 13 at the MCECTM
Annual Conference in Kansas
qity, Mo. Though there is no
guarantee, selected entries may
also be screened on future dates
in Washington, DC, at schools
and military bases domestically
and abroad and on local
Public Broadcasting Stations
around the country. The
MCEC'sTM "Reel Military" Youth
Film Festival is an independent
festival organized by the Military
Child Education Coalition. The
festival seeks to educate the gen-


eral public about the unique
experiences of U.S. military fami-
ly life as seen through the eyes of
children.
Rules and Regulations
The festival is open to any
student enrolled in the first grade
through college.
All entries must address'a
topic related to the U.S. military
experience.
All entries must be between
three and 10 minutes long.
A completed entry form must
accompany all entries. Forms
may be downloaded at
www.MilitaryChild.org.
There are no specific entry
categories. We welcome anima-
tion, claymation, narrative, docu-
mentary, music video, experimen-
tal, etc. to showcase your creativi-
ty.
Gratuitous violence, profanity
and tobacco/substance abuse are
grounds for disqualification from
the festival.
All dialogue and narration
must be in English or subtitled in
English.
No entry fee is required.
Works may have originated
on any film or video format, but
must be submitted for preview on
either VHS or DVD (NTSC).
Preview tapes and DVDs must be
labeled with the title, running
time and contact information
(name and phone number). Do
not send a master copy until you
are notified.
Entry forms are to be post-
marked on or before Feb. 1 and


are to be accompanied by a film-
maker's biography, cast and crew
list, and one VHS or DVD copy
for screening purposes. The pre-
view tapes and DVDs will not be
returned unless requested.
All entrants will be notified
by April 1.
If your video is accepted into
the festival, you will be asked to
provide a DVCAM or mini-DV
tape of the video, two stills from
the video, and a photograph of
yourself. All materials must be
received by May 1, 2007.
Selected entries will be
awarded with certificates of par-
ticipation.
Entrants must have primary
creative control of their submis-
sion, and all audio and visual
material must be original.
Entrants must obtain appro-
priate permissions from all per-
sons appearing in film.
MCECTM has permission to
exhibit, broadcast, cablecast, or
World Wide Web broadcast all
entries. Additionally, MCECTM
has permission to use photo-
graphs and images from entries
in publicity materials and on its
Web site.
Entrants agree to indemnify,
defend and hold harmless
MCECTM from all damages and
liabilities incurred arising out of
the content and matter contained
in their film/video.
The submission of an entry
implies acceptance of these regu-
lations.
An official entry form may be


downloaded from
www.MilitaryChild.org.
Writing: Poetry and essays
Selected poetry will be pub-
lished in the Military Child
Education CoalitionTM 2007
Touching the Hearts of Children
Anthology, and may also be con-
sidered for the 2007 Military
Child Education
CoalitionAnthology, and may also
be considered for the 2007
Military Child Education Coali-
tion AnthologyTM conference pro-
gram, as well as other publica-
tions such as MCEC'sTM On The
MoveTM quarterly magazine or
annual calendar.
Themes preferred but not limit-
ed to:
Patriotism Pride in dad
and/or mom
Pride in being a military child
Family experiences, tradi-
tions
Future plans
Core values
Cultural experiences or
adventures
Connections with people
Your community or school
Transitions, moving, deploy-
ment
Resilience
Helping others
Entry guidelines
All artwork, poems, or essays
must be related to being a mili-
tary child.
We will accept only original
artwork and poetry from any
child grades Pre-K through 12.
We will not accept submis-


sions that are e-mailed or on disk.
All work must be in its original
form.
Please do not submit any
work that is copied from a book,
the Web or clip art.
For artwork: Please use
bright colors or dark, bold
designs. Limit the size of the
paper to 8 ? inches by 11 inches.
All work must have a permis-
sion form signed by the parent,
and attached to artwork, poetry
or essay.
Use only the permission form
provided by MCECTM.
A completed permission form
will be required for consideration
of submission in any category. If
your work is selected for use, con-
tact information will be used to
notify you. Be sure to include
your name, grade, teacher's
name, school name, parent's
name and phone number, mailing
address with city, state/country
and zip code. Parents are asked
to update the MCECTM if contact
information changes. Submis-
sions will not be returned, so
don't send your only copy!
Deadline
All submissions are due no
later than Feb. 1. Entries should
be original, unpublished work.
Mail submissions to: Military
Child Education Coalition; 108
East FM 2410 Suite D; Harker
Heights, TX 76548
If you have any questions, call
(254) 953-1923.


Navy MWR offers chance to win free trip to Australia


From Navy MWR Marketing
Commander, Navy Installations Command,
Millington Detachment
he Navy Morale, Welfare
and Recreation (MWR) is
giving away two trips to
Australia and a host of other
prizes, as part of a joint services
partnership between MWR's
Information, Tickets and Travel
(I.T.T.) office, Qantas Airlines
and Military Tours.


Two winners and one guest
each will win an 11-day/eight-
night trip to Australia. The grand
prizes, which are valued at more
than $8,750 each, include airfare
from the contestants' chosen
I.T.T. office to Australia, accom-
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"A special user-friendly Web
site has been set up at
www.ittaustralia.com, which
allows authorized MWR cus-
tomers to enter the contest, learn


about the different vacation desti-
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own trip," said Dawn Smith,
Navy MWR's I.T.T. program
manager. "The contest is also
being offered at participating
Marine Corps I.T.T. offices and
Army Information, Tickets and
Reservation (I.T.R.) offices."
To enter, MWR customers
should visit www.ittaustralia.com
now through Dec. 1 and complete
the online entry form, which will


be electronically forwarded to
their chosen I.T.T. office for entry
into the local contest. Each local
I.T.T. office's first place winner
will then be entered in the grand
prize drawing.
All entries must be received by
close of business, local time on
Dec. 1 to be eligible for the con-
test. Customers without Internet
access should visit their local
I.T.T. office to enter online. Each
participating I.T.T. office will


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The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA
Jax No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each
month. Meetings are held in Building 612 on
Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and Thursdays
and the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1
p.m. For more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl
Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meet-
-ings are held the second Thursday of each month
-at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist
Church Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter
.38 meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
'month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange
-Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers
,available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-
4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an appoint-
'ment or for more information, call 269-2945. The
chapter also offers bingo every Saturday at 10
,a.m. The public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National
Active and Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired employees to their
.regular monthly meeting the second Tuesday of
:each month at 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library
.on Plainfield Avenue in Orange Park. For more
information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on
,the first Wednesday of every month at the club-
house (Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry
Cove Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited
to attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held
the second Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at
The Country Cabin restaurant located on
Blanding Boulevard. This organization is open to
any single, divorced, separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site at www.pwpnflori-
da.com or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside
holds their monthly meeting the second Thursday
.of each month at 10 a.m. at the Calvary United


Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard across
from the Orange Park Mall. Moms and children
are welcome at all activities. For information con-
tact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go to mom-
sclubopw@yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation Ordnance-
men's meeting is held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on
Collins Road. For more information, call AO1
Michael Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-
2939. You can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association,
Inc. holds their meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue
room. For more information, call Janneice Moore
at 244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Archive and Retired Federal
Employees Association extends an open invita-
tion to all currently employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meeting held at 1 p.m.
on the fourth Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist Church, (Fellowship
Hall Building) at 4101 College Street. For more
information, call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association
holds its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Urban League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at
the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more information, call
269-5369 or visit www.fl1x.org.
A U.S. Postage Stamp Club is forming and
will meet the third Wednesday of each month at
the USO on Mayport Road from 7-8 p.m. There is
no cost of join. For more information, call Jeff
Marquardt at 246-9932.
Come to learn about HR-25, the Fair Tax Bill,
at a meeting tonight at 7 p.m. at the Middleburg
Library on Nov. 30 at 7 pm. For more information,
call Jim or Jann at 291-0871.


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lag football leagues forming
ie league is opento all NAS Jax active
selective reservists, and command
,artment of Defense personnel. The season
/ start in January with games played in the
Jenings. All interested personnel should contact
Ae base gym to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Basketball tourney corn ng 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 1o officiate soccer, soft-
hnll fnnthall an.d vnllvhall at NAS lay


PORTS


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


Running in the Disney run?


From Staff


he Jax Air News staff will be cover-
ing the January 2007 Walt Disney
Marathon and ? Marathon Jan. 6-7.


If you are a Sailor, Ma-rine, Reservist,
Department of Defense civilian or family
member participating in these events, con-
tact the Jax Air News at 542-4877 or 542-
3531 or via email at jaxairnews@ com-
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Family Service Center 542-2766
Better Business Bureau 721-2288
State Attorney's Office Consumer Mediation 630-2075
City of Jacksonville/ Consumer Affairs Division 630-3467
Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation 1-850-487-1395
Construction Industry investigative services 727-5590


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Orange Park/Fleming Isl
OPSo 3/2 $169,900.
The 'Meadows 412 $199,000.
Tanglewood 3/2 $159,900.
Mandarin 3/2 $204,900
Purchase/Rent w/option
from $1025m-S1400m
cr .r.h -. *:.1 903 260 1703
EAGLE HARBOR 32 +
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Mt"IDDLEBURG 1159,900.
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ORANGE PARK 3br/2ba,
17005f, newly renov, LR,
DR, kit, FL rm, ofc rm
w/sep entrance. $143K
904-264-6652. 459 Blair-
more Blvd W.
ORANGE PARK
100% Financing- Bnkrpcy,

ORANGE PARK .
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ARGYLE NO BANK
QUALIFYING L. ,
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ATLANTIC BEACH
FSBO 3/1.5, completely
remodeled $213,900.
339-3084
| INTRACOASTAL I
PRICE REDUCED'
Hickory Lakes. 3/2 I
16745, former model
home, close to base
& beaches. Must sell!
I $214,900. MLS335901 I
SRealty Executives
S 543-0808 /
INTRACOASTAL
Investor's special. 5/3,
corner lot, appr $400K.
Sell $349K. 904-874-5131
Intracoastal West, San
Pablo Creek 3/2, tiled
sunrm, fnc yd, "A"
schools, $239K 412-4139
MANDARIN BUY/LEASE
Ofc/Condo 4 Units Avail. 1500
SF $279,000 ea. or $1,119,600
,.aor.o RamEr 3 3193!
RE MAX SPECIALISTSS


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MANDARIN- NO BANK
QUALIFYING. 3/3 on NORTHSIDE
lake. 451 Bolles Lake HIGHLANDS AREA
Dr. Call 904-403-6178 3/1 Livingroom, din-
S Mandarin ing room combo., den,
PCS move-desir- breakfast room,
able location, 1406 In-ground
s, 3BR/2BA, for- swimmingpool.
mal living/dining
room,family room, Approx. 1200 sqft.
screened porch, fenced $115,000.
backyard, 2 car garage, Buyer pays
AC '06, $222,900. closing costs.
904-708-5594 Call 389-8541
Murry Hill 2/1 bungalow,
$159,000. Completely
remodeled, granite
counter tops, maple NORTHSIDE- 4/2 Central
cabinets, refinished oak AC Lrg fenced Yd. Great
firs, new roof, new ch/o, Starter Home $99,900
quiet neighborhood. See 3436 Soutel Dr
www.hamilton-french.com 1-877-477-1034
Call 904-803-7209
,-,.r ,-,i Southside iran V w a -,'3
NORTHSIDE. i !,, or1 4rJzfr lake v7i,
Sr~3S M9 10 r S175,)1n
cll"t, 26 in .l Deorn oAdel 5166,2709
Coil auIler 71o-7.6o0
NORTHSIDE- 3/2 SOUTHSIDE
Builder's Special $139k 100% Financing Bnkrpcy,
8150 Pipit St. Self EMP, Invest OK.
Call Builder 716-7766 Mark 904-233-4231

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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
WESTSIDE -3/2, 1958
Rothbury Dr. lot
100x400, fpic, Hi ceilings,
$169k. Call 716-7766
WESTSIDE
REPO BLOWOUT!!
Many to choose from,
EZ financing. Low down pmt.
771-9055 or 962-1086
Ask for Emma.
S Westside
PCS move, 4/2.5,
1 1902 sf, 6531 Gentle
Oaks Drive.
Cul-de-sac w/wooded
view, large kitchen, 2
story. $210,000. Call
Ramon 904-779-0579
WESTSIDE 3/1, CH/A,
Owner fin. new cpt, 1216
Pangola Dr. near Lake-
shore $78.900. 635-1235


904) 732-6011
Cell (904) 463-2065
Email: laurie_potter
ecountywide.com
Website:
home.countrywide.com/
lauriepotter
56132 Sa Joi- Blvrd-.


Westside
3 BR, 2 BA, sepa-
rate DRM, lake-
Sview, fireplace,
watersoftener, livin-
groom, clubhouse, pool,
luxury Master bedroom.
2 yrs, close to NAS JAX,
reduced, $199,900.
772-7795/803-6617
A Full Service Brokerage
www.callthechief.com
877-346-7827
DON BROWN REALTY
225-5510 OR 571-7177
BUY A HOME! No money
down, FHA/ VA Loans.
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Flora Parke Sub. 3/2,
$286,900 32174 Grand
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YNCM (USN Ret)
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Beaches Ponte Vedra 5/4
+loft, 2450+SF. $379,900
42" cabinets, wine cooler,
granite pass through,
whirlpool tub, new roof.
See www.6sailfish.com
Call Randy Bratt @ 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




, Shadowlawn-3/2 on
acre, FL room,
breakfast nook,
large fenced yard,
145k, or $900/mo, Call
Viki @ 902-729-2266


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Is the economic
impact of the
military in northeast
Florida and Southeast
Georgia.
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Waterfront

For Sale
Baker Waterfront
Clay Waterfront
Duval Oceanfront
Duva] Waterfront
Nassau Oceanfront
Nassau WaEexfIont
Putnam Waterfront
St. Johns Waterfront
St. John Oceanfiont
St Johns Intracoastal
St Johns Marsh Front
Georgia
Out of Area Waterfront




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Condos

For Sale

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




WESTSIDE FSBO 3/2.5,
new condo, Collins Rd.,
$164,900 no down pay-
ment, no closing costs
269-5030


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


SINTRACOASTAL WEST
3Br/2.5Ba, 1734SF,
sep LR, DR, 2 car gar,
$204,900; MLS: 335502
Watson Realty Corp.
(904) 268-3300


REGENCY WOOD
CONDOMINIUMS Charm-
ing, priv view, 1800sf, 3/2.5,



ST. AUGUSTINE Ocean
& Racquet Club, 2/2
turn, renov. 2 pools,
$285K. 904.338.3275 FSBO



Investment
Income
Property
For Sale
Baker County
Clay County
DuvaJ Counr
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County
Georgia


Northside Must Sell! 4
rentals 2 2br, 2 3br. Yrly
income $33,600. Asking

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Seller r.-t. ,r 0 1 .,,, .
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Lots and

Acreage

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


App. 22 miles south of
Tallahassee & 10 miles
from St. Mark's Marina.
Exc. investment & rec-
reational properly w/ 15
& 18 yr. old pine planta-
tion. $1,950/ac. Call
770-444-3511 o r
404- 8 2 5 3 6 3 5 .
www.southwooddev.com


You Can Be Home
For The Holidays
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Como Rr,-.' 3,2 Ett-ror
Corpt l Cer T,e,. F.P
VauIIt Ce' .'215 000

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


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

MIDDLEBURG
MOVING! MUST SELL!
3/2, 1600SF+ Over Acre
and a Half. Won't last!
$895 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley
874.1862 or 291-3100

MIDDLEBURG
New 4/2, 1600 SF, Mobile
Home on a Large Wooded
Lot. $875/Mo. Must Sell!
CALL TODAY 291-0716

MIDDLEBURG
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg/ Keystone.
$980 Down. $749 Mo.
Save Thousands!
CALL (904) 291-2735

A 3 OR 4 BR ON 1 OR MORE
ACRES. 100% FINANCING
SEYCOR RLTY 477.4225 OR
JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET





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

4, DW Home For Sale
Showroom design,
3/2 DW w/Garden
Tub, 1680sf. Many
new upgrades, central
heat/ac. Large shed, lust
15 mins from Mayport
NS. $37,000 (904)803-7360

HILLCREST '94 14 wide,
3BR/2BA, stove, refrig,
cent air, good condition.
$3800. Call 730-8606

PEACHTREE '96 No
credit. 16x80 3/2, stv/ frig,
PIONEER'99 28' wide
4/2, stove, refrig, DW, c.
air. Excellent deal
$15,000. Call 730-8606

WESTSIDE off 103rd 92
Fleetwood 3/2, $15,500.
negotiable. You move or
stay on lot. 904-945-5085

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ACRES 16., : FIN.NtCINGC
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SELLING YOUR
MOBILE HOME'
TOP CASH' Old or New
or A.suma Loan 3,860to


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



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Real
Estate

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




VA Land- 23 ACRES
River front $89K; Also
NC land 47 acres Pond
il59K Pnic 919 69.8984
owner ;newaraench.com





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HOUSES CASH!
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Rclreal tl.: J ,r l
bcnool, nal,pre.ere v,. lo.
$1325mo. Chris 742.7486
4 NORTHSIDE
Eagle Harbor, 3/2 +
den, 1890 saf on
t e water. immaculate,
pets okay. Available
now. Must pcs.
$1350/mo. 757-689-8454
OP/ TANGLEWOOD
$925, 3/2, 1263 Sq Ft.
2 Car Garage, Fireplace.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
Orange Park-
Argyle, 3/2, frm LR,
DR, fam R, open
eat-in kitchen, egp
w ss ref. micro, stove,
dish, coffee mkr. Split
flplan, 2 car gar, ceiling
fans, $1k security dep,
$1250/month. 742-6747
ORANGE PARK Eagle
Harbor 4/2 2 car garage,
2300sf. $1700mo. Avail-
able now 904-673-2276
ORANGE PARK
Oakleaf Plantation.
New & Ready.
Lease-to-buy.
1800sf-3100sf $1450-
$2700m 516-660-2709
ORANGE PARK Oak
Leaf RTO, beautiful 4/2,
upgrades. Your iob is
your credit. $1295mo -
1395mo. Call 904-236-9889
Orange Park
5/3, 2 car garage,
< Pool, 2500sf, SM FR
base, no smoking
S1450/month. 505-1071
ORANGE PARK
Fireside, 3/2, 2 car, 1800sf,
close to elem $1100mo,
Maxxum R.E. 626-5308
Orange Park 3/2 study, all
brIck, new cond, Great
neighborhood, fen yd, no
pets, $1150m 904-610-6463


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




Fleming Island Rm w/pvt
bth avail for resp. Chris-
tian F N/S. $475. 874-4918




ORANGE PARK-Luxury
rooms w/mlcrofreeze,
Low dally/weekly rates.
904.264-121 1/725-343 ,
Orange Park
Room to Rent-
4 Close to NAS JAX,
$400/month, all utili-
ties included, also have
washer/dryer, call
(904)386-0207

Orange Park Rent
ing one rourrm in
0 single familY
S home r..r,'

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Homes
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Rentals
RetIrement
Communities
for Rent
Roommates
Rooms to Rent
Wanted to Rent






WEEKLY SPECIALS! *
$139 7 DAY STAY 725-5093
Downtown 1614 Market
St. 1BR all utils ceiling
fans, carpet, clean $140wk
$300dep 677-6403/757.4361




ARLINGTON Area Huge
Three Bedroom 0$875 &
1,700 SF Townhome only
$1040. Call 904- 724-3528
AVONDALE 1/1 $495
Near Shops & Grocery
Water Included, Must C
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
AVONDALE Historic
2br/1.5ba, just renov,
w/d hu, Mexican tile firs
$795m. Dep nego 471-5552
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


4, Jacksonville Beach
Marsh Landing, 1/1
condo,842 sf, South
Jax Beach, newly
renovated. Call
Anna:904-386-5944
.NORTHSIDE
$575 -$780 .
1, 2 & 3 BR'S Avaol!
904-757-0240
AsDley Park Ap.


SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Special;
CALL 398 -9492
SAN MARCO
1 BR near Baptist
318-8377 or 724-7986


SOUTHSIDE:
Welcome Military
THE GARDENS AT
L AICEWOOD
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IhM Renlal Hou.ing
Partner shp Program
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AVONrDALE .u .-' r
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Frne n .:.,-o.3F? TFF ,]J
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
Mandarin Bartrum Park
William's Walk. Gated,
lbr, 932sf, amenities.
$885m, wtr incl 645-6003
MANDARIN FREE
RENT! Beautiful wooded
community in the heart
of Mandarin. 1, 2, and 3
bedroom condominiums
priced to lease at Oasis
of Mandarin. Contact
us at 904-262-3355 to
schedule your tour today.
Cn. ORTEGA-
I Condo on Ortega
River, 2 BDRM, 1.5
L BA, Water included.
Amenities, fit center,
bus/cont 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
SOUTHSIDE 3/2 98,
ground fir, 1247sf, lanai,
appis, h2o, gym, pool
incl. $1100m. 302-245-2662
4 Westside-Nature's
SHideaway 3BR/2BA,
_1 I Gated pool,W/D,
small pet okay.
$1000 month + deposit.
Call 904-620-0357.
WESTSIDE Natures
Hideaway 3br/2ba,
1300sf, pool. W/D incl.
$1100m+dep 904.718-1007


ARLINGTON New 2/2.5
End Unit Cony to 9A.
$1075/mo. N.FL Realty
Services 731-7118.
INTRACOASTAL WEST
Kernan Forest TH
3/2.5+ office, 1770sf, tile,
on lake w/scrn patio, w/d
$1295m. Jeff 262-9359
4, WESTSIDE
2 BR/2 BA Twnhse
S W/D hookups, patio,
security lights, new
carpet upstairs w/loft,
$750 + deposit,
904-378-3664.




ARGYLE 3/2, SPLIT BDRMS,
VAULTED CLNGS, AVAIL 12/1
NO PETS, HIS & HERS VANITIES
REF REQ S1050/MO. 860-7219
ARGYLE
3/2, LR, DR, FAMILY ROOM,
SPLIT BDRM, FENCED YD
REF REQ S995/MO. 778.2897


3/2, 2000sf house,
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
Moayport, 25 JAX, Call
Stella 301 -792-5181/
240-538-7485

4 Arlington
$1050/month + 1
month deposit,
3BR/2BA, hard-
wood fir, fenced yard,
inground pool, 5 car
driveway, Call Robert
Meggs, 904-234-3652

ARLINGTON -3/2 screen
room on lake, $1200mo.
$900 dep. 813-9927
Atlantic Beach TH 10 blks
to ocean E of Mayport
3/1.5; ( 1501 Jordan St. )
No pets/sink $850. 642-1003


AIlanltC Beach LI krV
Townhome 4.Lbr. Ibba
A ,1 10 e aoch utrrv,
0:.,'al. -1 '._ F 0 1 -60116
ATLANTIC BEACH 2/2,
new pt, 150' walk to bch,
Ig gated grnds w/pool +
carport, Ig walk-in clos-
ets, DW, scrn patio, tile,
ceiling fans, $1450m.
$1000 dep+lst/last.mo.
1515 Ocean Blvd, 32233.
904-887-9595.
AVONDALE 3/2 $995
ch&o, 1300sf, garage, HW irs
Kit Equip, WD Hkps, Porch.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
AVONDALE 2/1 $795
ch&a, 944sf, HWFIoors,
Gar,Nr shops,porch,fence
VANSANDT RE 389-3540


INTRACOASTAL WEST
3/2, 2car oar, 1900sf, GR
& FR, covered porch &
fence. $1250m. or sole
price $240K. 403-3399 .
INTRACOASTAL WEST
3/2, grt rm, fplc, 2 car
gar, no pets, $1200mo.
Call 535-6338


MANDARIN 4/3, new
c',.,, ,..'",m View house
'C ,: : .u -,.-.-ent.com
S- .)4-803-9869
MANDARIN Townhome
3/3, 2/2. 1800sf/1300sf, fpI,
pets ok, tile floors, win-
dermere. $1070/$850mo.
Avail 12/1. 904-612-0850
Murry Hill Rent to Own
3/1. Remodeled 3313
Gilmore St. $900mo+
dep/ref 813-5959 509-7027
NORTHSIDE 3/1 Houses
S800m & 2/1 Apt $650;
Westside 2/1 Apt $625;
No Hud. Greg 376-5190
4 Northside
S Short drive to
M 1';-Moyport. 3BR/3BA,
1509 sf, Reduced to
sell. $225,900. Southern
Style Realty 472-7800

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


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RIVERSIDE 5 Points
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VANSANDT RE 389.3540
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ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600


KEYAUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000


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


TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
:oPAV8-SStifflS~tav ..48'ln"lau


KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060

CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, StAug (04)24-9181


COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merill Rd 721-1880
S GABBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHE
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
PINEVIEW CHEVROLET
Macclenny 259-6117
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd, 249-8282
HIMNICHT CHEV
i1550 CassatAve. 387-4041
CHRYSLER


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


ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
G GARBER DODGE TRUCK
SGreen Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
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ARGYLE Newer 3 &
4BR's DW on private lot.
A+ schls $800. $950 /mo.
No HUD. Greg 376-5190


WESTSIDE off Blanding
New 5/2.5hm completely
furn'd w/ph & cable
seeksresponsible emp
adult. $500mo. 525- 1109
WESTSIDE- Day worker,
furn rm, prlv ba, pool,
N/S $475m w/util 777- 5955

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Southslde
San Pablo Road,
S 1 2/1, appliances
S Included, hardwood
floors, garage, 1/2 acre
lot, furn/unfurn.
$1200/month negotiable.
477- 5529, leave message.
SOUTHSIDE St. John.
Town Center New 4/;
2200sf, Ironwood, gated,
istry single family
home $1850m. 821E
Highgate716- 1761
Southside.Atlantic/Girvin.
3/2 Full Lg Lake lot. Full
tile, new kitchen,
$1275/mo. Chris 742- 7486
Westside 5 min. to NAS,
3/1.5, nice area, CH/A,
W/D hookup, carport.
$860 mo. 904-910.8212
SWestside-Dream,
2250sf for rent, 3/2,
I $1500/month. $1500
dep. wood, tile,
carpet, 699- 3448
Westside Lakeshore 3/1
$725 2 Car Gar, Fam Rm,
ch&a, WD hu 1200sf, Fncd
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
Westside Lakeshore 2/1
$695 Carport, Fncd, wd hu
ch&a, New Paint, Must C
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
WESTSIDE/Normandy
area 3/2.5 apple's stay,
fenced bkyd on culdesac.
$1150m. 568- 8294/786- 7173
WESTSIDE Priv 2/1 hse,
fnc yrd, ch/a, quiet loc
$765m/$700dep/$20appl
333- 1244084- 92569a- 6p
WESTSIDE NEAR OP
3BR 1BA, GARAGE,
FEN. YARD, WD HKP. $795
QUIET. REF REQ. 778-2897
WHITEHOUSE- New3QJ
2, 2300sf, fplc, comm
pool, w/d, $1500mo
Call 561- 707- 7088
$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
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Call the Hotline 388-1208



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(904) 757-3466
www.ERADANJONES.com
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$500 $1525
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PALENCIA 3/2 end unit
scrn patio, gated, pool,
inci catv, DSL & water,
$1195m. 904.887- 9926
PONTE VEDRA2/1 all
amenities incI'd $1325
furn/$1125 unfurn, with
garage. Call 904- 424- 7396
PONTE VEDRA
2/2, 1 car garage, FP,
SW/D, beach access,
$1200moCall 273- 8047
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Spacious 2/2, story crnr
unit, fpl, w/d, new renov.
$1100m. 904- 635- 6375
Ponte Vedra Ocean
Grand New 3/3 w/gar,
gorgeous ICW views,
walkto bch $2100 553- 1248


Arlington
REGENCY INN
WEEKLY SPECIALS! *
$139 7 DAY STAY 725-5093
4 Arlington
3BR/2BA,
I harddwood floor,
Inground pool,
fenced yard, rooms are:
I month deposit & $400
or $450. Call: Robert
Meggs, 904- 234- 3652
4 Orange Park-Rent-
ing one room in
single family
home-shared
w/officer roommate.
$600/month, includes
lawn malnt. 904- 542- 4703
47 Westslde-
Roommate wanted
S near NAS-$400
monthly. Includes
utilities, very nice
home, call 904- 779- 4660
SWestside- 1BR, fully
furnished, $450.
S Utilities included.
Laundry facilities,
well- equipped kitchen,
direct access to down-
town. (904)- 591- 5532
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & RefrigI
Low Daily/Wkly Ratoles!
10% Off for Wkly RoomI
KINGS INN (904) 725.3343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211


Ponte Vedra/PalmValley
5Br/3Ba, 2400sf. /2 car, 1 yr
old Walden Chase culde-
sac, CLEAN & READY!
MOVE IN SPECIAL!
$1800ma. 904- 236- 0505
PONTE VEDRA SOUTH
4br/2.Sba w/ocean &
coastal views. $2000m
Avail Nov. 678.860-7478
PONTE VEDRA 3/2, gar,
newly renov, backs up to
wded lot, great schools,
pets ok. $1400m. 303- 3984






St. Marys Ga. 5 minutes
from Kingsbay, 2br/2ba
1400sf. townhouse


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

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

HONDAOONMARnlI
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800-456-1689
HONDA
OF T1E AVENUES
- 11333 lipsH 37-1300
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277


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

ATLANTIC INRNim
10980 Atlantic Blvd. .642-0200


C"TYISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityautomotivetcom


MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


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


COGGIN KIA
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
RAY CARTER KWA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078


LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
inonwnnd/Orlando Fl 407-339-3443


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


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Sale
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Rent
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Industrial for Rent
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John Turner Butler &
Phillips Starting at $275,
utils ncld. GOING
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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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Please call
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MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000

HORHiMRDAU MECUWRY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd 777-3000


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9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
MAZDA CitY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600


BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd 724-1080


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911

M CY Mi' TSUBISJ i
CITY MITSUBISHI


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

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COGGINNISSAN-Al1AU1C
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
NWESHADHSSANOFJAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1So StAug. 04-794-9
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400

COGGN POnTIA-C


COGGIN PON1AC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
NIMNICHT PONTIAC GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826


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


ROLLS ROYCE ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Ordando R 407-339-3443


NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
-.778-7700 www.nimnicht.c


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WAREHOUSE
7500sf. Dock & ramp. 3
offices, 2 baths, fenced
yard. New roof. 3 phase
power. $275,000.
Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
356- 2228 Realtor

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10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
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8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
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10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
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9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381
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9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
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Directions 388- 2225 INSULATORS F Xtra ard capacity, cycle, BED Brand name full set 3- 373- 4060 6. w/stando color M aine Equipment
Navy Work. Journeymen $ $19.74/hr S $150. Kenmore dryer, 8 $115 new w/warr in plan- c ded easyMa assem- SEC Championship on
Drivers Apprentices. mmed Great Equipment setin, $10. 757- 7037 tic 395200 Can delverl bly, greatnd 25 12/2;16tcket condition $25 s, luxury an Supplies Nor 2 moe.
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Suite 1, Atlantic Beach, & 18 Mths .I for all, exc condi- $950. 858.9350.Can deliver Argyle / Orange Park WoCardocruiser, 2006,iMtocyles miniSu
Brinks, Inc is the premier FL. 242- 9257 $ Exp Rea EOE/M/F S tlon, cash only HUGE Moving Sale Cardocruser, 2006, Bikes Suzuki Alstare03
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Fun M la dkVCR, $20. Deep freezer, ARLINGTON 3familyJtern rims, lights, OI Antiques/Classics Mint condition 2500R .
Full Medical/Dental PkgV $75.D(924)- 35- 0458 Bedroom CHERRY SET. ARNGTONBookcase /lights 91-B8metal, Portableav s5M 0 oo8 90
.Company Matching 401k $. 06 pcs. new in boxe Garage sale. 5401 Golf-B m0tT le odinett
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dtion Rebursement Marine Washer rigidlaire $499. CAN DEL. 391- 0015o MANDARIN Movtng Sale Execseh ais, Charles 317- 7157 Trucks/Trailers/SUV's
Paid Vacation I IGallery, Front
me & half for 40+ rs Subaqueous Services In ader excellent Desk wchairSolid Furn, clothes, toys, $60 Call 642- 0781/861- 7983 Vans/Buses Yamaha FZ-106
Time & half for 40+ hrs a leader in the marine Frni ont, MAxtr MoigSe Erhrchasedat 8/06. MYi
*ivncudes S^aT)arn i rd n sdusrl condition, extra maple, $75. Metal Fri c & Sat.ES Cll 6 0 ut 70 V7:30ar s200 osess Yamhad 8/06 I
Avg Annual Salary $29K construction Industry is large capacity white, desk, $20. 729- 7643 1F ra.Rosat.7&o slss, Your gain,
(includes OT) currently seeking quail- la c t te, 11966 Laura Rose Ct. Brick Pav ers-Commercial Vehicles avoid dealersti-T
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complete a: the following full- time Navy Child Dining set, 48"x48" Multi Pamily Antique heavy duty Misc. Auto costs. $9000 firm, fop
-Successful Polygraph fsho i Development Home Whirlpool table, 18" leaf, four Moving/Yard Sale bricks left over Autos/-rucks Wanted details call (904)529- .-I 1g,
examination Captains, Mates, Deck- Childcare Provider Washer/Dryer- chairs, deep Sat/Sun, Dec 2 and from patio & drive- ,rAutos e(904)53-7
*-Succesful background hands, Crane Operators Drop- ins, offer matching set, late espresso wood 3rd, 1. 1164 way, various markings, Auto Rent/Lease
investigation Welders, Cooks help- sme nights & weekends model, outstanding grin, excellent condi- Alleheny Circle, on $1 ea. ( 500. 268- 8656


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tenanceD Dept. Prior i Anti n g ues #05790,: $300m, t07622 a SEnt cth i T Ae od A E ,.h la a ,,A 755-7155
experience is not Appliances ele1994 Collector's, mattress, excellent conG a rH - Di - Birdageish lank
required. Must be at Are $300. Royal Albert edition, $100. 880- 7008 l Neighborhood I stands-t Cu18ic U S.. 45R- Tiors
least 18 yrs old. Fo r m eyArts& C rafts m e/yr collection $500. G reen e r I 5 -1+ fam ilies 224 N. 1 L, Kirby V acuum birdcage et 4h23Boot,1 d.505 24ies, $350
rt.am Trl Gee a 32259 Ultimate G Series $100s. Fisha n B oba, OBO. 542- 2445,4
erA ch h & matching at Dec. 2nd, i 1 yr old, $175. Call stands, .10 gal handk29 gal, I r needs work, $500
273-3248. Hour y rate + BuildingSu lies sofa, loveseat barely m eam -s 12 T s ids 379- 18)5$n0o e ach nTe a lldo.E C all MA ORT 0A0Er, Tie P 5/r r m
ae i le u sed, $200. 729- 8178 0 $20 each all OBO. Call -20 s
medical/dental/life and DANCERS, Business/Oiceta ec iclathes, furniture, (SLEF -re 912- 673- 8404, leave msg. O8Goodrichi Bw/American
orrm m E ip r ols, etc... floral design $300 like Racing Rims, 6 lugs,
BlhS/S, ultra firm support, new; 10th Ltd Additiorn9/2620 t Pontoon Boat $600. firm 904- 737-r17
BARTENDERS, Clotes 42 Samsung HDTV Like new $275. 923-132 Yard Sale: Dec Wterfrd Vase 4"H. bo s 99 trailerr new 904- 74- 2162
Home Cleaners WAITSTAFF Collectables Less than 2 months Yr e De w a rod e 1 .$500.904- 298- 2772704- 814 -
fe Part Time Jobi Call Malabarold, includes HDMI Leather Sleeper 2nd: furnioe turem Papers avail signed & Terrier CuChinnSnrho
Perfect m e b iCal lComputer cable, retail $1400, Sofa- 4 yr old, Bthen, gym equipdated.$1000: 226- 5n Te7 P an fo~
Earn up to $10/hr! 901 Beach Blvd. Craft/ThriftStores sell $1000aBO. 449- 4336 cream $250 OBO Ashley Woods, 12318 7:,, 0 :.G : r.d r e ..en Fcs e .or *
Must have car. 641-5033 Electronicsi c I- Call (912)882- 1227 Wntepine Ct. .a..r al l. e: 73 s
Ph.425_3085EsEHitachi 46" HDTVwide-r
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NEEDED Fruits/Vegetables Sony 40" HD TV XBR 3 -IL beige. Rarely used, GALORE Marcellno Barbera N I SSAN comp Cnm, .1
CALL 757-7370 itu household years old, paid $3K ; thick mattress, $300. This Sat& Sun Have classical guitar, lap steel Roller Rockers,
Garage Sales Camel back couch, (2) Ca1904- 317- 9228 Your Garage Sale at Supro guitar. 262- 5130 Chiruahuaio . r r r irSUZU K I 650 Mighty Demon
Garea21 speed bikes, call The Market Piecet- Electric Organ, ir.:.: c r r.,,:r
*DANCERS Garde/lawn w/best offer 904- 553- 1240 MATTRESS Queen Plush 70S9 Ramona, 706-FLEAEKimbal, 10 : ...'..aic, Rory:
Jacksonville's #1 Club HotTubs/Spas Technics Stereo Set. BroodtNew is9past7c0405 board Organ, piano,
Top $$$ Day & Night ieyerry/WVatdeS Tuner, amp, 5 disc $95 Must sl 904-674-0405 etcswInger 400, CHIHU UWANTED- 700R4.
CD changer&cas- MATTRESS KING SIZE Entertainer IlI seat $200 ''-" .1rr, vs e:i ,. l Transmission
Breakfast Cook/Buffet Shifts Jax Gold Club vsstuf. sete playerE Charles 317- 7157 r- .T-a nsms P
Server 904-645-5500. Machinery and w/speakers & remoter New, Still in Plastic, $175 The BU-'d'P'rI''P177'7' less than 3000 m00Mi
Engineering/soante- Tools $350. Call 379- 1805 904-674-t405 CBhine,.e Cre.:suld puppli. WEEKE MOARIE ,i,)i on both.
ONight Audit P/T Waitstaff, Medical MATTRESS Mem. foam & You do& ove, PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA ,I'. ii ......I .Ar ...
Dishwasher Bartenders, Doorstaff Miscellaneous brand name SETnew w/ app3it tall. 729- 7643 YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST :21. i .i, -i. ., i -Mri
CourtDyard Marriott Bs- - war $340 858- 9350 can del WHOLESALE. 714.0141 ENGLISH t.MASTIFF Call for deta
APPou ny p M rro tt Call 399-110 M merchandise Oak CribLaw n EdgerU PS .81 4 9
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4670 Lenoir Ave. South ________Photography A House Full Of Antiques w/dresser,$300, Sofa looks/runsgrect 4 fu right, $200 'Sr "C.a lfror d -
Jacksonville, FL 32216 TransPrt-i.--Lonsondrelier ChgngTbe4lok/u $40 pr ,I '$2200
oP296t2828P ,rablie digd Gorgeou chandelier ... & .lveseat, $100 set. 26- 224a.904-880-4F EE Guinea. P .. r..
904-Hand carved BR set, Call Jim: (904)- 28- 8122 .rF. G aHF .1U.,r i
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Be A Team Player. Tickets elegant glass, piano, TV $500 obo. 5 pc BR set Grand (58") GH Dis-6 Rims. :rr,-,e
H E PDrivers Wanted prints, mirrors, per- antique (4) poster full sz klavier $12,950. 641- 5726 Jaaann--'-5, Chin PUPPY 1 o i-1 l a.
EMaintenanc. W eaasoan 600-000k Trailers fume bottles, jewelry. + bed. vanity mirror a & 'u-,.hin PUPPY il7T.nirr, r,i main
ends only. Apply in per- TaxI, Por-TransIt, Bchs Wanted to Buy or MOREI12555 Biseocayne bench tall drn ose r$600 1 L sf .. .. i t." ...r.......... i 5"
it 3 pof0, Chaffeenn Taxi/Para-Transit 493-5246 '1rade N of Dunn Wed 4- 7; Anne DR tableiw/6 chrs, mond & Sappibre & shots history 703- 5990o R
Paint Blvd, Joe FL 32221 Bea Tim Myles Thur/Fri 9- 4. #f tam Wed. solid cherry w/leaf & Ring, size 6, $425. RsTde 3, CimacTra
269-a1478 LAB PUPS AKC, Block- cond, $49k obo. 276- 6446 5spd, $500. 249- 3229
set w/over sided arm 2nd Chance- Golf heads, yellow males
ESTATE SALE Dec2, 8- 6 chair & ottoman, sleeper l, 2 Carats Beautiful Balls- Various only. Vet checked, well AIRSTEAM & TRAIL
Folkston GA- Hwy sofa, loveseat & pillows, Women's Wedding brands, $4/dozen, ocli. etceptional AIRSTRELMTEL
i40ast a a Pash coff/2endtbls.$250 Set in14k ihite -$10 for 3 dozen: Call championship bloodline, ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES T5..Slug, 17x8.0rIiifront
Foods 2nd brick home obo. 904- 891- 3739 or gold. Paid over Michelle & POP. $400. 912- 496- 3837 Sales, Service, Parts t17x8. ,i r. r: ..s-
on left. 770- 547- 8396 904- 280- 9605 Iv message. $4500 from Exchange, Bruce:786- 4406 or912- 302- 6250 J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales log ;,.. :, Cali
$2000 OBO. (904)803- 6283 Alachue (306) 462-3039 0-o A) ) -.-
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i No h a Fl iaa So t atMM Nice, $60. Call Ladies Diamond Iii 3.5x10 scope $700, Sig $300- $350912- 384- 4655 Monaco LaPalmia "99- 32 660 '04 Nerf barsxNVg
952FdJbie Queen Bedroom Set6 14k, Ict, 7 stone, iw/3 15 round clips $450, 27,900 ml, slideout, level- load trailer, ofr~y=,
Georgia is 7.9 billion. 9$799OBO. 269- 1478 Sig Sauer P22809mm pis- MALTESE & YORKIES lnog acks. rear video, 2 .na
Tractor, newbat- Headboard, ital $425, Smith &1Wes- CKC, HC, small. $550- up a/c's, 2 TV's, generator, c 0
teryaienator I dresser, mirror, son Model 66.357 stain- 386- 963- 2320 8& 590- 3377 sips 6, costs new $135K
Local businesses benefit from the military and civilian exhuast, gaugesgni htstand. $350. less revolver $350.1909
starter, 80%tire tread Call (904)- 477- 7613 Swedish Mouser 6.55x 55 MALTESE Beautiful master tow car rl
personnel who buy and rent homes and who purchase 35 DaRangeWhrpoolrifle $300. 904- 923- 5572. baby boysfamily raised, 904- 669- 3108 St Augustine
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gr912)573-3952$125, Ki0sizebed- Electric Plane- Rods/Reels: cert. $600up 904- 744- 8154 Acura Legend '94
tnte sofa. dinging roomifuselage &Xradio ($130 each.W(2) MANDARIN Fri Satf-1 Mt. ylsAype II p 2dr o coupe,
know what your business has to e other Items call for extra battery, "how to" Penn25 w/rods, $60 lots of good stuff. 3428 N. 4 Roo,. $3700 OBO
oferb-avrtsngi oeoral Fr, dntails472- 1417 video, $75. Call 269- 1478 each. (4 enn32 Ride Dr.
offerbyadvertisinginoneoraloveset before 8pm P0s. w/rods $70 each. (1) (904)- 566- 4666
aSAntiqun Victofan cha Ioexccond, Penn310 w/rad, $50.7 Welsh Terrier AKC F,P11 Custom Chrome
C to ran perf nct 5cus wtomoroCcrrLgnme
ckaisne$30/each. 904- 491- 0292 ily pet, $800. 904- 825- 4672_ %Must see, more into
mahogany, light up off floor. New, $500. SKYDIVING German Shepherds e-mail: and pictures, Cheap, reliable
ditrbuedatth"la ,'- .'-. '--" .. neutral coth, asking (904)529- 8263 after 3pm. n AKC, good blood transportation.
bases in the area. Sofa, Matching A rl Panpray StMa y'manicipalliemale block, 1 Kevin: (904)6120753 strong. $1000 OBO. All
10 '' inmanyoxt a ir wport.lumpiax cam for both, (904)- 766- 3808, Harley Davidson Road pwr options,
F- parts, $250. 707- 7037 (904)- 403 "H re67y(94)- 566- 46 or
tl ued roeNezver cndrtin, Call 813- 312- 9558- Cathy e0-s-46 King Classicl'06a3kmi, (904)803- 6283
J Europa, flawless, machine In cabinet, $25. JCS Forklift 40' Shooting Bring this ad for a discount V DESIGNER PUPS T $16,9b0904- 387- 2194
Information, please cal"90, tall, 58" wide, Call (904)- 786- 4806 Boom, 8000lbs, Exc cond Used Golf Clubs Puggles, Morkies,
24" deep. $1000 0BO. $24,00'0.904-9 272U,
90 = 336,.Fax 36"230. Fits up to 36" TV. Twin bed set-also 1 Hogan edge, MaOO Snorkies,-Malti-PollsHanda 400 TRX '05 Acura RSX '03
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