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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 2006
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New Leader
HS-7 Holds Change Of Command
Page 3


SItreme Challenge
Team NAS jax Places Third In Event
Pages 8-9


Holiday Program
CDC Celebrates The Season
Page 15


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006
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'War Eagles' back from successful deployment

VP-16 Public Affairs Officer 5.'


after six months operating
overseas, the "War Eagles"
of VP-16 are home. While
deployed, the Sailors of VP-16
successfully operated in three dif-
ferent areas of responsibility
(AOR), fighting the global war on
terrorism and conducting joint
exercises with allies around the
world.
Aircrews and maintainers
deployed to the Central
Command AOR in support of
Operations Iraqi and Enduring
Freedom. VP-16 assets provided
daily round-the-clock intelligence,
surveillance and reconnaissance
support for ground combatant
commanders as well as maritime
security patrols throughout the
Arabian Gulf -and adjacent
waters. In the Horn of Africa
region, VP-16 crews supported
coalition efforts to eliminate pira-
cy and intercept terrorists and
illegal arms movements.
Flying in the Southern
Command AOR, VP-16 Sailors
and aircrew made a substantial
impact against narcotics smug-
gling operations., In cooperation
with Customs Border Patrol, U.S.

'Boots on th<
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Photos by MC3(NAC) Charles White
AO1 Henry West of VP-16 hugs his wife and child while another family member records the reunion Dec. 4.
Coast Guard and other Navy ed in intercepts of suspect vessels Ocean and the Caribbean, 46.2
assets, as well as regional nation and aircraft. By keeping a watch- metric tons of cocaine worth an
forces, the War Eagles participat- ful eye on the eastern Pacific estimated 1.8 billion dollars were


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rouunu leaves an

imprint on NAS Jax
By MC(SW/A W) Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor
K ey leadership from the Naval Aviation Enterprise
(NAE) toured facilities at NAS Jacksonville Dec. 5-
6 as part of the NAE's series of "Boots-on-the-
Ground" (BOG) tours.
Attendees included: Vice Adm. Wally Massenburg, com-
mander, Naval Air Systems Command, and chief operat-
ing officer of the NAE; Rear Adm. Bill Shannon, NAE
Total Force Readiness lead; Rear Adm. Brian Prindle,
commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Group; Capt.
Sean Buck, commander Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing
Eleven and others.
Since 2001, the "Boots-on-the-Ground" tours have been
conducted by the Naval Aviation Readiness Integrated
Improvement Program (NAVRIIP) and is a key part of
Naval Aviation's efficiency efforts. (NAVRIIP, which was
recently reorganized and renamed Current Readiness, is
one of NAE's three cross-functional teams that aligns and
links providers to increase cost-wise readiness in Naval
Aviation.) The program gives senior leadership a chance
to see how implemented improvements have progressed,
analyze potential problems and provides an opportunity
for them to discover and knock down walls that may pre-
vent future progress. NAS Jacksonville underwent
Enterprise AIRSpeed implementation in 2005.
Enterprise AIRSpeed, which is Current Readiness'
enabler to operationalize cost-wise readiness across the
NAE, synergistically uses three industry-proven continu-
ous process improvement tools: Lean, Six Sigma and
Theory of Constraints. AIRSpeed is used to analyze cur-


See VP-16, Page 21


Photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Vice Adm. Walley Massenburg addresses personnel at Fleet Readiness Support Center Southeast Headquarters Dec. 6. His
opening remarks included, "A special thanks to the FRCSE team for all of their hard work and all that they do for our Navy."


rent workflow processes in order to increase productivity, inefficiencies.
To do this, Sailors are trained to apply the tools, to recog-
nize and address constraints in their processes, waste and


See BOOTS, Page 21


Christmas lights on stop signs?


By MC3 David Didier
Special Contributor


Photo by MC3 David Didier
New stop signs with red flashing lights were recently
placed at the intersections of Mustin Road and Saratoga
Avenue and the intersection of Child Street and Saratoga
Avenue. The signs, purchased by Commander, Navy
Installations Command, are located on bases throughout
Navy Southeast Region to decrease the number of acci-
dents that occur from people running stop signs.


Did someone put Christmas lights on the stop signs on
Saratoga Avenue at Mustin Road and on Child
Street?
The answer is no. The lights are on the signs to increase
their visibility to drivers and hopefully reduce the number
of accidents and tickets at those intersections.
"At first I thought they were Christmas lights. But they
definitely caught my eye and my attention," said NAS Jax
Equal Opportunity Advisor HMCS(AW/FMF) Bryce
McNair.
The signs were purchased by Commander, Navy
Installations Command for Navy Southeast Region and cost
around $600 each. That's nearly three times the cost of a
normal stop sign. However, the cost is justified because the


new signs will help reduce the number of accidents aboard
the base.
"If the new signs can prevent one accident from occurring
then they were worth the cost," stated NAS Jax Deputy
Safety Officer Dave Colburn.
The lights are high intensity light-emitting diode lights
that can be seen from two miles away even in the daylight.
When asked what he thought of the new high visibility stop
signs, Tim Jeror of the NAS Jax Safety Office, said, "Can
you see them? Well then, I guess they are doing the job."
NAS Jax hopes to increase awareness of stop signs and
crosswalks throughout the base, and provide safer driving
conditions for all personnel at NAS Jax.
So, when you are driving down Saratoga Avenue and
come to a stop at the flashing red stop signs, remember
they are not Christmas decorations, they will be there all
year long.


TOU CHING No JaxAirNews until Jan. 4 issue of the new year (Jan. 4). The deadline for this paper
BS -is Dec. 28. For more information, call 542-3515/4877.
The JaxA/rNewswill not be published for the next two
weeks due to the holidays. The staff at the JaxAir News would like to wish everyone
We will continue to accept articles and ads for the first a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!








JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006


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season and I find that I can
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I love to buy gifts for all of
my friends, I enjoy decorat-
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having friends over.
Of course, all of this cost
money and every year I
spend more than I should.
Then I promise myself not
to do that ever again. Of
course, here we are and I
am out doing the same
thing this year.
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September, if not before.
Many of us overspend dur-
ing this "shopping season."


It is estimated that
Americans will spend more
than $457 billion this holi-
day season. That averages
to almost $800 per person.
You do not have to spend
that much. In fact, you can
spend less and enjoy it
more, particularly when
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Flu vaccinations will be provided to all eligible military'
members presenting a valid I.D. card on a first come, first
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Job title/command:
SNAS Jax Supply
L Department


Family Life:
Terrier.


Hometown: Baltimore

Single with a Jack Russell


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

Career Plans: To retire from the Navy with
pride!

Most Interesting Experience: When
President Bush visited NS Mayport.

Words of Wisdom: No weapon formed
against me shall prosper; I'm more than a con-
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Management

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Career Plans: I plan to stay with govern-
ment service through retirement.

Most Interesting Experience: Being
married to my Sailor and supporting him in his
career.

Words of Wisdom: You get more with
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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.




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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
,t Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor MC1 (SW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006


HS-7 holds change



of command ceremony


Tree shopping


By LL j.g.
R. Bruce Lindsay
HS-7 PAO
mdr. Michael Shea-
han relieved Cmdr.
Mark Huber as com-
manding officer of HS-7 in
a ceremony at NAS
Jacksonville Dec. 1.
Rear Adm.Gerard Mauer,
commander, Industrial
College of the Armed
Forces, was the guest
speaker for the ceremony.
Mauer shares a bond with
HS-7's long tradition of
excellence and served as
the 32nd commanding offi-
cer of the squadron from
April 1993 through July
1994.
The ceremony marked
the final chapter in Huber's
illustrious tenure as the
42nd commanding officer of
the HS-7 "Dusty Dogs," the
same squadron he had pre-
viously served with from
November 1992 to
December 1994. Huber
assumed command of HS-7
in September 2005, and led
the Dusty Dogs through
several challenging mis-
sions.
Under his command, HS-
7 completed a prolonged
sustainment period, and
briefly joined Carrier Air
Wing 17 and USS George
Washington (CVN 73) for
the Partnership of
Americas deployment. His
outstanding leadership and
devotion to the welfare of
his Sailors was recognized
by the squadron being
awarded the 2005 Battle
Efficiency "Battle E"
award. Huber will take the
position of assistant dean
at the Naval Post Graduate
School in Monterey, Calif.
Sheahan takes command
of HS-7 just in time to lead
the squadron into their
work-up cycle and forth-
coming deployment with
Carrier Air Wing Three
aboard USS Harry S.


Cmdr. Michael Sheahan
Truman (CVN 75).
Sheahan, a native of
Augusta, Ga., graduated
from The Citadel in 1989
with a bachelor of science
degree in civil engineering
and a commission from The
Citadel NROTC program.
Following flight training,
Sheahan was designated a
naval aviator in September
1990. He completed flight
training in the SH-3H
model helicopter at HS-1
and reported to HS-11 at
NAS Jacksonville in April
1991 where he served as
the public affairs, line divi-
sion, schedules, combat
search and rescue (CSAR)
and NATOPS Officer.
In 1994, Sheahan report-
ed to HS-1 at NAS
Jacksonville as an instruc-'
tor for the SH-3H while
serving as the schedules,
instrument ground school
and NVG officer.
While assigned to HS-1,
Sheahan underwent transi-
tion training in the SH-
60F/HH-60H airframe and
was assigned to the CSAR
department as the stan-
dardization officer.
In 1996, Sheahan report-
ed to USS Abraham
Lincoln (CVN-72) in
Everett, Wash. where he
served as the assistant nav-
igator.
Following refresher flight
training at NAS North
Island, Calif. and weapons


Cmdr. Mark Huber
tactics instructor training
in Fallon,.Nev., Sheahan
reported to Helicopter
Squadron Wing U.S.
Atlantic Fleet Weapons
Training Unit as the assis-
tant officer in charge in
1998. In 1999, he reported
to HS-15 for his depart-
ment head tour. While at
HS-15, he served as admin-
istration officer, training
officer and operations offi-
cer.
In 2002, Sheahan report-
ed to Joint Chiefs of Staff
in Washington, D.C. where
he served as the Joint
Naval Operations opera-
tional officer for the Plans
and Joint Force
Development Directorate.
During this tour, Sheahan
was assigned to The
Institute for Defense
Analysis, a federally funded
research and development
corporation, and participat-
ed in the development of
the urban warfare road
map, lessons learned for
Operation Iraqi Freedom
and the global war on ter-
rorism.
During his naval career,
Sheahan has accumulated
more than 2,800 flight
hours in the SH-3H and H-
60B/F/H helicopters.
Reporting as new execu-
tive officer of HS-7 is Cmdr.
Kevin Lenox, who recently
arrived from Naval Air
Systems Command.


Photo by MC3 David Didier
Brandy Turner and her three children, Trinity, 5, David, 2, and Taylor, 6 months, shop for
their Christmas tree at the NAS Jax Navy Exchange (NEX) Dec. 7. The NEX has a large
supply of trees for sale.


NAS Jax Food Locker in need of donations:
From Staff such as canned goods or boxed items.
During the holiday season, food items,
W ith the holiday season quickly are packaged and distributed in special:
approaching, preparations are holiday bags to those service members whole
S underway at the NAS Jax Food ma-i need a little extra help during the hpl-i
Locker to ensure every military family idays. These bags contain all the usual hol-
here who may need a little help financial- iday fixings and a coupon to pick up a free
ly, gets a nutritious holiday meal. turkey at the base commissary. The food
ly, gets a nutritipus holiday meal. locker maintains a special account and all:
The food locker program helps. Sailors donated funds go directly into this account
and their families who are in need by col- to purchase food items for needy families.
lecting donations from those who are able Donations can be made at the NAS Jax
to give. Commissary in the special bins near the
To keep the food locker stocked, dona- doors or at Building 1, Room 242, week-
tions are needed throughout the year. days from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more infor--
Donations can be any non-perishable foods mation, call 542-3051.

NAS Jax Navy Exchange holiday store hours


From the NAS lax Navy Exchange
Now through Dec 22 8 a.m.- 9 p.m.
Now through Dec 17- 9 a.m.- 7 p.m.
Dec 23 8 a.m.- midnight
Dec 24 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Dec 25 Closed


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Dec 26-30 8,a.m.- 7p.m.
Dec 31 10 .m.- 6p.m.
Jan 1 9 a.m.- 6 p.m.


The NAS Jax Commissary will close at 3-
p.m. on Dec. 24 and will be closed Dec. 25.
and Jan. 1. .


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December is National Drunk and

Drugged Driving Prevention Month


A presidential proclamation
From the Office of
the Press Secretary
Each year, thousands of Americans
lose their lives in accidents involv-
ing drunk and drugged driving.
During National Drunk and Drugged
Driving Prevention Month, we continue
our efforts to promote awareness of the
dangers of impaired driving and encourage
fellow citizens to never drive under the
influence of alcohol or drugs.
All Americans can play an important
role in preventing drunk and drugged driv-
ing. Family members can discuss the dan-
gers of .impaired driving; businesses,
schools, and organizations in our commu-
nities can help spread the message of
awareness; and individuals can help pro-
tect family and friends by identifying a
designated driver. During the holiday sea-
son, it is especially important to encourage
responsible driving and to help ensure the
safety of friends and loved ones.
My administration is committed to sav-
ing lives by stopping drunk and drugged
drivers before they put themselves and
others at risk. We continue to work with
communities across our nation to increase
public awareness and prevention of this
serious offense. The Department of
Transportation's National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration has partnered with
State and local law enforcement agencies


to carry out the campaign, "Drunk Driving.
Over the Limit. Under Arrest." This pro-
gram aims to keep impaired drivers off our
Nation's roads by creating new public edu-
cation programs and toughening enforce-
ment. The Office of National Drug Control
Policy works to warn young drivers and
their parents about the dangers of driving
under the influence of drugs. My adminis-
tration is also supporting community and
faith-based programs that encourage oth-
ers to avoid the devastating consequences
of impaired driving.
Every person has a responsibility to
drive free of alcohol and drugs and to insist
that friends and family do the same. By
helping fight drunk and drugged driving,
Americans everywhere can save lives and
send a strong message that driving under
the influence is not acceptable.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE W.
BUSH, President of the United States of
America, by virtue of the authority vest-
ed in me by the Constitution and laws of
the United States, do hereby proclaim
December 2006 as National Drunk and
Drugged Driving Prevention Month. I
encourage all Americans to make responsi-
ble decisions and to help prevent drunk
and drugged driving.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here-
unto set my hand this first day of
December, in the year of our Lord two
thousand six, and of the Independence of
the United States of America the two hun-
dred and thirty-first.
GEORGE W. BUSH


Photo by MCI (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
AT2 Harold Rainey of Fleet Readiness
Center Southeast was one of three Sailors to
whom Vice Adm. Wally Massenburg present-
ed a Navy/Marine Corps Achievement
Medal. The third recipient was AMC Chuck
Mannis who received a Navy/Marine Corps
Commendation Medal.


Vice Adm. Wally Massenburg presents
PR2 Mark Klefman of Fleet Readiness
Center Southeast (FRCSE) with a
Navy/Marine Corps Achievement
Medal during his visit to NAS Jax Dec.
6. Massenburg, toured the base facili-
ties during the "Boots on the Ground"
visit. He. took some time to pay special
recognition to three FRCSE Sailors
receiving their end of tour awards.


Volunteer Income Tax Assistance policy and program guidance


From the office of the Vice
Chief of Naval Operations
During the 2006 tax season,
volunteers with the
Volunteer Income Tax
Assistance/Electronic Tax Filing
(VITA/ELF) program filed more


than 80,000 federal and state tax
returns, saving service members
and dependants more than
8,900,000 dollars in commercial
tax preparation fees. Based on
the resounding success of
VITA/ELF in past years, we will
once again fully implement the


program for the 2007 tax season.
The VITA/ELF program is a
proven winner that improves
morale and readiness and also
keeps money in Sailors' pockets
by significantly reducing the
effort and cost involved in meet-
ing federal and state obligations.


Some of the benefits of the
VITA/ELF Program are:
-There are no preparation fees.
Commercial tax preparers may
charge more than $140 for the
average electronically filed tax
return. VITA/ELF volunteers pre-
pare and file the same returns at


no cost to Sailors and depen-
dants.
-There are faster refunds.
Paper returns may take eight or
more weeks to process in the
Continental United States and


See VITA, Page 21


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Blue Angels announce 2007 show schedule


From Chief of Naval Air
Training Public Affairs
avy Flight Demonstration
Squad-ron, the Blue Angels,
announced their schedule for
the 2007 show season.
Following winter training, the team
will begin its 61st season at Naval Air
*Facility El Centro, Calif., March 10,
2007. It will conclude Nov. 10 at
Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla.
The Blue Angels are scheduled to
. perform 66 demonstrations at 35 air
show sites throughout the United
States, as they celebrate 20 years of
:flying the Boeing F/A-18 Hornet.
Demonstration sites are selected in
support of the objectives of the U.S.
Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and the
.Department of Defense. Public per-
2'formances greatly assist Navy and
; Marine Corps recruiting and reten-
tion goals, enhance esprit de corps
among uniformed men and women,
,.and demonstrate the professional
skills and capabilities of the armed
-forces to bolster pride in the
American public.
"The Blue Angels are fired up and
ready for a safe and exhilarating
show season," said Cmdr. Kevin
Mannix, Blue Angels flight leader
and commanding officer. "While we
wanted to perform at every air show
site, we have a limited number of
available performance dates each sea-
son. Every venue that requested to
host the Blue Angels received the
Navy's utmost consideration."
The Blue Angels are scheduled to
perform at the following locations in
2007.
March:
10 Naval Air Facility El Centro,
i Calif.
17-18 Davis Monthan Air Force
Base (AFB), Ariz.
24 Tyndall AFB, Fla..
f 31-MacDill AFB, Fla.


File photo
Blue Angels F/A-18 Hornets fly in unison during the 2006 NAS Jax Air Show.
April: August:
1 MacDill AFB, Fla. 4-5 Seattle, Wash.
14-15 Naval Air Station (NAS) 11-12 Hillsboro, Ore.
Corpus Christi, Texas 25-26 Indianapolis, Ind.
21-22 MCAS Beaufort, S.C. September:
28-29 Vidalia, Ga. 1-3 St. Louis, Mo.
May: 8-9 NAS Oceana, Va.
5-6 Offutt AFB, Neb. 15-16 NAS Brunswick, Maine
12 Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. 22-23 Millington, Tenn.
19-20 La Crosse, Wis. 29-30 Salinas, Calif.
23 U.S. Naval Academy, Md. October:
26-27 Millville, N.J. 6-7 San Francisco, Calif.
June: 13-14 MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii
2-3 Rockford, Ill. 20-21 Fort Worth, Texas
9-10 Tinker AFB, Okla. 27-28 Muskogee, Okla.
16-17 Fargo, N.D. November:
23-24 North Kingstown, R.I. 3-4 Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
30 Battle Creek, Mich. 9-10 NAS Pensacola, Fla.
July: Although these dates have been
1 Battle Creek, Mich. approved, they are subject to change.
7-8 Ypsilanti, Mich. For the most updated schedule infor-
14-15 McConnell AFB, Kan. mation, log on to the team's official
21 Pensacola Beach, Fla. Web site at www.blueangels.
28-29 Bozeman, Mont. navy.mil.


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Participants in the Xtreme Challenge at NSB Kings Bay, Ga., are given some safety precautions before competing. Ten teams competed in the event
qualified for the Ultimate Xtreme Challenge in Guatanamo Bay, Cuba, in February 2007.


Dec. 7-8. The top teams from each base


Team NAS Jax earns




Xtreme regional champ berth


By Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jax Assistant PAO

Drew Miller, Mark Lassiter, Joshua Davidson and Amanda Steele of Team
NAS Jax placed third with a time of 7:55:42 in the two-day Xtreme
Challenge Adventure Race Dec, 7-8 outpacing forth and fifth place fin-
ishers Team Ott and Team Kings Bay. The team's third place finish secured a
spot in the upcoming regional championship Feb. 17-19 in Guantanamo Bay,
Cuba. Team Blackout from NAS Key West placed first with a time of 7:12:04, fol-
lowed by Team This Won't Take Long of NS Mayport.


Photo by Miriam S. Called
Drew Miller, Team NAS Jax captain for the Xtreme Challenge, sharpens
his swimming skills at the base indoor pool.


It's all smiles for Team NAS Jax as the come to the quarter marker of the
mountain bike trail. Amanda Steele, left, an intern at the NAS jax Morale,
Welfare and Recreation Fitness Source, was a last-minute addition to
Team jax after teammate Crystyne Good hurt her ankle while training for
the event.


NSB Kingsbay,
Ga., played host
to the two-day
event last week
during which 10
teams from NAS
Key West, Naval
Ordnance Test
Unit, Cape
Canaveral, NS
Mayport, NSB
Kings Bay and
NAS Jax compet-
ed for an oppor-
tunity to earn
an all expenses-
paid trip to the
regional competi-
tion.
The race con-
sisted of continu-
ous and staged
events such rock
climbing and
rappelling,
mountain bik-
ing, cross-coun-
try running, ori-
enteering,
marksmanship,
kayaking, swim-
ming and team
challenges. The
cold front that
swept through
the South last
Thursday and
Friday added an
unexpected
dimension to the
race.


Seconds after crossing the finish line, a tired but exuberant Miller, team cap-
tain and a lieutenant assigned to the Naval Oceanography Anti-Submarine
Warfare Detachment, said, "It went well considering we had to make a last
minute change .
to our team ros- ":' "
ter. Our female.
active duty z
member, Lt. j.g.
Crystyne Good
broke her ankle
while in training
and had to be

However, we
pulled together
and finished."
"Amanda
Steele of the paintball guns," Lassiter said.
NAS Jax Fitness ,
Center was our

Lassiter, an
AEAN assigned Mark Lassiter of Team NAS Jax takes aim at paintball targets. 'T[he
to VP-30. manship part of the challenge was very difficult because of the ina
"Literally, 30 cy of the paintball guns," Lassiter said.
minutes, before
the start she *..- -.-"- i
changed ande
joined theing teao .
She enabled usAfter a 16-mile bike ride, teams were required to navigate a
never ran intoot only minefield, while blindfolded as one team member shouts directicom
plete the event,
but we placed
third and are rock-climbing portion of the event very difficult.
now eligible to S
compete in P
Guantanamo in ., .....
February.. We all AN
wish there were -
more events like '
this one
throughout'the -Wye

According to
Miller, the team After a 16-mile bike. ride, teams were required to navigate a b
never ran into minefield, while blindfolded as one team member shouts directic
any real prob- every balloon broken, another minute was added to their final time
lems, however,
they found the rock-climbing portion of the event very difficult.

See EXTREME, Page 9


w' Team
the fin
on day one after completing
trail and an eight-mile run in
penalties they might


NAS lax comes across t' .-
ish line in second place
a four-mile canoe-track, 16-mile mountain bike
four hours and 24 minutes, not including lime
have accrued during the day's events.


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Photo by Miriam S. Called
Xtreme Challenge Team NAS Jax members (from left) Joshua Davidson, Mark Lassiter and Drew Miller listen attentively to Florida Trail Association
Orienteering Leader John Trow as he explains the basics of orienteering during a two-hour class Dec. 2 at Westside Regional Park.


XTREME: Seven-week

training session brings results

From Page 8

"It was a very cold day, something like 34-degree weath-
er, but the wind factor, made it feel like it was in the 20's
and we had to remove our gloves to hold on and grab the
rocks, making our fingers numb. It was a very tough leg of
the race," he stated. "Also, the orienteering leg definitely
kicked our butts. Finding the markers was difficult. We
could get to the spot marked in the map and them would
spend 15 to 20 minutes looking for the silly markers. I
think for all of us, the mountain biking portion of the race
was the most fun. We just had a great time riding."
He further explained that although the competition only
took less than eight hours, the training and preparation
leading up to the two-day race was intense.
"We were only given seven weeks to train and the first
challenge was putting a team together. Even though the
Xtreme Challenge was well publicized aboard the base,
the response was poor. Yet, we managed to find four
active duty members, including a female to enter and
compete," Miller stated. "Once we had a team, we immedi-
ately pooled all our resources and started to train in all of
the disciplines. Megan, Amanda, Tim and Bill at the fit-
ness center and base gym were awesome. They assisted us
every step of the way and we are very grateful for their
support and for believing in us."
NAS Jax Morale Welfare and Rpcreation iIMWR) Fitness


In-between the canoe race and the bike race was an interme-
diate challenge designed to test the teams mentally. Team
NAS Jax had to solve three riddles in order to advance to the
bike race.


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
John Trow (right), orienteering leader of the Florida Trail
Association, teaches Team NAS Jax member Drew Miller, how
to use a compass and find eight compass points at Westside
Regional Park. "This training is going to help my team in the
upcoming race," said Lassiter.
Director Tim McKinney summarized the adventure race as
an opportunity for the Sailors to compete with other bases.
"The purpose of the event is for MWR to host a friendly
competition that incorporates fitness, teamwork and cama-
raderie between the different bases," McKinney stated.
The next step for Team NAS Jax is to remain competi-

Photos by MC2(AW/NAC) Will Tonacchio
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Team NAS Jax fires paintballs at targets during the marksman-
ship portion of the Xtreme Challenge. The event featured 10
targets that each team member has to shoot at 10 times. For
each miss, one minute was added to the team's final time.


Team NAS jax members Mark Lassiter, Joshua Davidson,
Amanda Steele and Drew Miller proudly display their medals
after winning third place in the Xtreme Challenge at NSB
Kings Bay, Ga.
tive and fit with continuous training.
"From now until February, we will definitely continue
our aggressive training and focus on improving our orien-
teering skills," remarked Miller. "We want to win in
Gitmo. Therefore, we have to push ourselves beyond our
limits. That is what adventure racing is all about."
The regional race in Guantanamo will consist of the top
teams from each of the 22 commands assigned to Navy
Region Southeast. The teams will face similar challenges
as those encountered in Kings Bay, but in a completely
different and unknown setting.


At the end of the two-day Xtreme Challenge, Team NAS Jax
came in third place with a time of seven hours, 55 minutes and
42 seconds. 'These two days have been a blast, I wish we could
do more events like this," said Drew Miller, team captain.


Team NAS lax sets up their bikes before hitting the trail. "The better we prepare, the better we will do when it comes to our transitions between events," said Joshua
Davidson.






o10 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006



Boy Scout receives




Eagle aboard JFK


By MCI(SW) Bill Lamed
USS John F. Kennedy Public Affairs


of Troop 25 were outside, diligently
working on the fence."
Earning t1he Enagle Scout b hadae


" inside Hangar Bay One on board involved personal dedication of time
SUSS John F. Kennedy (CV 67), and effort to a community service
Boy Scout Harrison Stubbs, 15, of project. Fundraising, crucial in
Orange Park Troop 25, received his acquiring materials, meant Stubbs
Eagle Scout badge Dec. 3 in a ceremo- had to raise $1,500 for the retention
ny witnessed by fellow scouts, family pond fence. He accomplished his goal
and friends. Stubbs, an honor student f \ after successful visits to 20 local busi-
and athletic champion, is the son of Ir nesses in his Boy Scout uniform.
leet Area Control and Surveillance Providing vital labor to complete the
Facility Jacksonville Executive '- r work, Troop 25 helped Stubbs secure
Officer Cmdr. Curtis Stubbs, a former the safety of every child visiting the
crewmember of the Kennedy. Humane Society building.
"I wanted to receive my Eagle Scout Dr. John Craig, one of the members
ladge aboard the Kennedy for two on Stubbs' Eagle Scout Board of
Anportant reasons. One was because i Review, used his time at the podium
this ship was my father's first duty i' to paint a bright picture of the young
station. The other was that I spent a man's efforts.
'tiger cruise' aboard the ship once and "He planned and executed his proj-
l~ad a great time," Stubbs explained ect in a truly professional manner,"
during a brief speech. i Craig stated.
1 A presentation of the colors began \ Stubbs expressed his gratitude to
the ceremony in front of uniformed every supporter, whether it was for
scouts and their families. In solemn funding, labor or encouragement.
reverence, young boys in their uni- Recognizing USS John F. Kennedy
forms carried the national ensign and Photo by MC1(SW) Bill Laed Commanding Officer Capt. Todd
scouting banner to placeholders near Harrison Stubbs, 15, lifts three fingers Zecchin, Stubbs thankedhim for per-
6hSe stage in an oath to uphold his duties as a new mitting the use of the hangar bay for
SSeveral people spoke in recognition Eagle Scout during a ceremony Dec. 3 his rite-of-passage.
Jf Stubbs for his work in the commu- aboard USS John F. Kennedy. He also revealed appreciation for
ALity and his professionalism in exe- the support of his parents, by giving
outing his Eagle project. prevent young children from falling both of them decorative pins to adorn
."I remember when Harrison first into a retention pond while visiting their clothing.
approached me about his Eagle Scout our facility. I offered the idea of con- "My mother said I would get my
Project," said Clay County Humane structing a fence around the pond. Eagle Scout and I know it happened
Society President Janet Keskinen. Soon, on some of the hottest, muggi- because she's always right," Stubbs
'Immediately, I knew he could help est 90 degree days, he and members said happily.

Essay contest to, remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


From the NAS lax Multicultural
Awareness Committee
She NAS Jacksonville Multicul-
tural Awareness Committee is
sponsoring its first Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Writing Essay
Contest. The contest is open to all
military members, civilians and con-
tractors. The essay contest is being
12eld to encourage everyone to think
critically about Dr. King's legacy of
peace and justice.
The theme of the essay is: What
4oes Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy
mean to youi?
SThe following are the rules for the
contest:
The essay must be between 750
and 1,000 words and must be typed
dhd double spaced on 8 ?-by-11-inch
paper.


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Contestant should submit the
typed original by mail or by email.
The author's name, daytime
phone number must be submitted on
a cover page, accompanying the
essay.
All essays will be judged on the
author's knowledge of Dr. King and
his work in the civil rights movement,
originality of ideas, development of
point of view, insight into essay
theme, clarity of expression and


organization.
Prizes:
The winner will have their essay
published in the Jax Air News and a
trophy presented at the Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Program Jan. 11.
Deadline:
All essays must be postmarked by
Jan. 5 and mailed to:
Commander
Navy Reserve Readiness Command
Southeast
Attn: Lt. Smith
Box 90, Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, FL 32212-0090
Submissions can also be emailed to:
Kennetta.Smith@navy.mil.
Essays postmarked after that date
will not be considered, nor returned.
Notification of winners:
The winner will be announced at
the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Program Jan. 11.


NAS Jax Chapel offers

holiday services

The following are the upcoming holiday services at the
NAS Jax Chapel:
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.



Bone marrow drive is today
Abone marrow drive will be held today at Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast from 9 a.m. to 2
.m. The process only takes five minutes and
consists of a simple mouth swab. For more informa-
tion, go to www.dodmarrow.com.


#y Kim Sears
Special to American
Forces Press Service


increased alcohol con-
sumption and danger-
ous road conditions are
two of many holiday haiz-
ards on which a Depart-
ment of Defense (DoD) safe-
ty committee is working to
raise awareness among
service members this sea-
son.
: The Defense Safety
Oversight Council is using
a series of holiday mes-
Sages from top DoD officials
4nd Service Safety Center
activities to promote aware-
ness and the importance of
afe and responsible behav-
ior through the holidays.
"The holidays account for
an increased amount of
safety mishaps DoD-wide,"
officials said. From drink-
ing and driving to leaving
lioliday candles unattend-
ed, the potential for injury
and loss goes up dramati-
cally during this time.
The committee is putting
particular emphasis on safe
driving, using a series of
leadership messages
focused on accountability

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by individuals and the
chain of command, and the
importance of defensive
driving.
The council also is direct-
ing service members to
Service Safety Center Web
sites, which have online
tools to help local com-
manders and individuals
reduce risks. Online
resources include tips, pre-
sentations and articles on
topics including fireplace
safety, suicide prevention,
and carbon monoxide poi-
soning, among others.
In a June 22 memoran-
dum, Defense Secretary
Donald Rumsfeld reiterated
his directive to reduce all
safety mishaps within DoD
by 75 percent by the end of
fiscal 2008. The Defense
Safety Oversight Council
was created to find ways to
meet that goal. David S.C.
Chu, undersecretary of
defense for personnel and
readiness, is chairman of
the council.

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By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
Every now and then in the South Florida area
there's this interesting story that re-circu-
lates about an event that was reported to
have happened in Miami back "in the day." At the
time, the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey
Circus would present its show at the Miami Beach
Convention Center. Back then there were no rail-
roads leading directly to Miami Beach. Therefore,
the circus' elephants marched, "trunk to tail," across
a bridge which lead to the convention center. It was
an incredible sight! The circus was advertised as
the only one with 50 elephants in its show.
On that particular day a doctor was rushing to
work at a downtown hospital. He became distracted,
mesmerized even, by I
the elephants lined
up and ready to start
crossing the bridge.
The good doctor
found himself count- -
ing the elephants
(40, 45, 46, 47). He
hit the accelerator' ..,
and suddenly was in
the midst of a terri-
ble collision. He had i :
hit elephant number
50! He nervously
stepped out of the
car, mumbled his
apologies to one of
the animal keepers,
gave the man his Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina
card and asked him
to send the bill. Three weeks later the bill arrived
for $750,000!
The doctor immediately called demanding an
explanation. "You're not going to tell me that one
elephant can be worth $750,000," he demanded.
"No, but you pulled the tails out of the other 49!"
Came the response.
There are several morals to this story:
Don't count your elephants before they're past.
Don't believe everything you read.
Don't get stuck with the wrong elephant.
Thank goodness that at Christmas we don't have '
to get stuck with the "wrong elephant"... with the
wrong gift. One of the busiest weeks of the year
for the retail business is the week after Christmas.
It is due to the volume of returns, and refunds that'
people go back to the stores for. Can you imagine
getting stuck with some particular gifts you might
receive this holiday season? Even if you don't
return it to the store, you may take an undesirable
gift and decide that discretion is the better part of
valor! You can do one of two things: 1. Put the
gift away and pass it on as a gift of your own down
the road. 2. Give it away at a "White Elephant :
Party" (if you don't know what this is, don't worry.
You're not missing anything).
Whatever the case, you know that you don't have -
to get stuck with that nasty looking back-scratcher
imported from the exotic orient.
Please take note that much to our benefit,
delight and maybe surprise there are gifts that we
have already received.' They have been received
and cannot be returned. These gifts are non-
returnable, non-refundable and in fact non-revoca-
ble by the giver. These are the gifts of love, life
and relationships. I believe that these gifts have
flowed from the eternal source of all which is good
and perfect. These gifts are designed to fulfill the
deepest longings of the human heart. They are all
basic components of what it means to be human.
As recipients of these gifts, we are invited in
turn to pass them on to others. These special gifts
do not fade and disintegrate but rather are life-
long manifestations of good and enriched lives.
A number of years ago, a national magazine ran
a survey to determine the three most favorite
phrases that people like to hear. By popular con-
sensus these were the top three: 1. I love you
(love). 2. I forgive you (life). 3. It's time to eat
(relationship).
This holiday season enjoy your gifts of love, life,
and relationships and don't forget to give some
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Operation Special Delivery


provides birthing coaches


By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jax Marketing
Are you faced with
delivering your baby
alone because your
spouse or partner will be
deployed when you give
birth? Operation Special
Delivery (OSD) provides
free labor assistants called
doulas for pregnant women
whose husbands or part-
ners are deployed at the
time of their delivery.
Labor doulas are special-
ly trained labor coaches
who give informational,
emotional and physical
support to women during
childbirth.
Founded following the
events of Sept. 11,'2001,
OSD provides volunteer
doulas to all 50 states and
all U.S. military installa-
tions to women who are
giving birth while their
partners are on military
deployment. Childbirth
can be an extremely stress-
ful time for a laboring
woman. Although doulas
do not typically replace the
laboring woman's partner,
their presence and support
do play a very important
role in the progress of her
labor and the safety of the
baby.
Labor doulas are part of
the Childbirth and
Postpartum Professional
Association (CAPPA), a
non-profit international
organization founded in
1998 to offer women care
before during and after
birth through education
and support. According to
the CAPPA vision, a doula
normally meets with the
pregnant woman in the sec-
ond'or third trimester to
get acquainted and learn
about any prior birth expe-
riences and the history of
this pregnancy.
A doula helps at the time
of delivery by easing the
patient's transition into the


Navy Drug Lab changes drop-off procedures


From the Navy Drug Lab
Due to renovations, the Navy Drug
Screening Laboratory will no
longer be accepting drop-off speci-
mens through its drive-up window.
Specimens can be dropped off inside the
lobby entrance to the laboratory,
Building H-2033 on Adams Avenue.


Receipts for drop-offs will no longer 1e
provided. However, a record of the
dropped off packages can be made in a
logbook at the drop-off location. If con-
firmation is needed, commands can send
their specimens by certified mail or by
private courier (ie. FedEx, UPS, DHL).
The drop-off window will be closed for
* approximately one year to accommodate
building renovations.


Open season for long-term care insurance


Photo by HN LeeAnn Lowman
Sherri Cunningham, a certified labor assistant (doula), shows
expectant mom, Maria Lim relaxation techniques during her
labor.


hospital and is there
through changing hospital
shifts and medical staff.
Studies show that women
who utilize doula services
are half as likely to have a
Cesarean section.
Doulas help patients to
rest and relax. They assist
by using a variety of help-
ful positions and comfort
measures. They provide
praise, reassurance and
companionship to women in
labor. Should a complica-
tion arise, the doula can
greatly assist the patient
and her family to under-
stand what is happening
and what options are avail-
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no woman should deliver
without support, especially
those whose spouses are
. serving to defend our coun-
try and freedom.
For more information,
call (888) 692-2772 or visit
osd@cappa.net for informa-
tion or www.operationspe-
cialdelivery.com to down-
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From the TRICARE
Management Activity
During this time of
year, many insurance
plans offer open sea-
son for long-term care
insurance. While TRICARE
covers medically-necessary
skilled nursing care, it does
not cover beneficiaries'
long-term care needs. When
skilled services are no
longer medically-necessary
and beneficiaries begin
receiving long-term care
services, they will be
responsible for all expenses.
TRICARE usually covers
medically-necessary skilled
nursing facility care if ben-
eficiaries meet the follow-
ing criteria:?
Hospitalized for at least.
three consecutive days, not
including the day of dis-
charge;?
Admitted within 30
days of hospital discharge
(with some exceptions); ?
A doctor determines the
need for medically-neces-
sary rehabilitation and
skilled services; ?
The facility is both
Medicare-certified and a
TRICARE-participating
provider.
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facility a set amount.
However, beneficiaries pay
for non-covered services
and appropriate cost shares
and deductibles. When
beneficiaries primarily
need help with "daily living
activities," such as bathing,
eating, dressing, personal
hygiene, walking, etc., they
typically transfer to a long-
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As TRICARE does not
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USO to


USO sign gets a makeover


From the USO
A s you drive through the Yorktown
Gate, you may have noticed that the
A. IUnited Services Organizations (USO)
sign has undergone a makeover.
The USO sign renovation was an Eagle
Scout Project managed by Boy Scout Justin
Bryan from Troop 27. Family members and
friends also contributed to the project.
Working in consultation with Gary
Keroack, business manager for the NAS
Jacksonville USO, Bryan took up the task of
repainting and repairing the sign.
During the first two weeks in November,
Bryan stripped the old and faded paint from
the sign.
After taking the sign to bare wood, new
hardware was installed and several coats of
fresh paint were applied.
"It's like, 'wow, there's a USO there,"' com-
mented Erik Fish also of Troop 27.
Now, even while navigating the narrow
lanes entering the air station, the sign catch-
es one's eye. "The project was more complex
than I originally anticipated," said Bryan.
"But, I had a lot of fun doing it and it feels
great to help out the community."
Bryan has been actively involved in the Boy
Scouts of America for seven years. Over the
summer he served as crew chief for a 12-
member group of boys and adults on an 11-
day trek over the Sangre de Cristo Range of
the Rocky Mountains at Philmont Scout
Ranch in Cimarron, N.M.
He has served as a troop guide for the past
two years while on staff at the National
Youth Leadership Training conference at


Photo courtesy of the USO
Troop 27 Scoutmaster Ron Fish and troop members (from left) Joshua Bryan, Sean Fish, Justin
Bryan, Chris Trivett, Erik Fish and Colin Doak gather together in front of the "new" USO sign.
Camp Shands near Melrose, Fla. and is active Recreation Aquatics Department.
in the Order of the Arrow there. Bryan is the son of Lt. Douglas Bryan, a
In addition to his volunteer activities, he is chaplain serving aboard USS Philippine Sea
a high school junior and also works as a life- (CG-58), which returned home Dec. 8 after
guard for the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and being deployed in the global war on terrorism.


offer

NoHoHo

Program

to

Sailors'
From the USO
The Greater Jackson-
ville Area USO will
be offering the Not
Home for the Holidays
(NoHoHo) Program this
year.
NoHoHo allows service
members to reserve local
hotel rooms for $10 a night.
The rooms will be available
Dec. 18-28 only. Whether
you live on a ship, have
family coming into town or
just want to get away this
program is for you!
Registration for these
rooms is now ongoing at the
NAS Jax and NS Mayport
USOs. You may reserve up
to 11 nights if you so
choose. Registration must
be completed in person.
For a complete list of par-
ticipating hotels, please
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Children celebrate the holidays
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Four-year-old Jamari Knox, aka Santa, sings with his class at
the event.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Child Development Center Lead Education Technician Angie Benitez hands over the microphone to Program
Supervisor Deirdre Odom after singing "Happy Birthday" to her at the holiday event.

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Disney

holding

contest for

military

families
From the MWR I.T.T.
Office
Disney is excited to
offer each in-state
military ticket office
the opportunity to partici-
pate in a very special con-
test as part of Disney's
"Year of a Million Dreams".
One lucky military family
(up to four people) will win
two nights at a Disney
Resort, plus most impor-
tantly, one night in the
incredible Cinderella Castle
Suite in the Magic Kingdom
Jan. 27.
To enter the contest, fam-
ilies must submit an essay
(of 200 words or less) to the
NAS Jax Information,
Tickets and.Tours (I.T.T.)
office that describes how
they actively participate in
enriching the lives of their
military community. Disney
is looking for those on your
base who dedicate their
time and effortto making
your local, military commu-
nity stronger. Entries are
due to the I.T.T. office by
midnight, Dec. 31. Entries
may be submitted via e-
mail to mwrittjax@bell-
south.com or dropped off at
the I.T.T. office during reg-
ular business hours. NAS
Jax will choose the single
best entry and submit that
entry to Disney. Military
Sales. Disney will read the
finalist entries from each
Florida base and choose a
single winning family no
later than Jan. 15.
The winning family will
win the keys to the luxuri-
ous Cinderella Castle Suite
located in the Magic
Kingdom for the evening of
Jan. 27, plus two additional
nights at a Walt Disney
World Resort (actual hotel
to be reserved by Walt
Disriey World Military
Sales based upon space
availability), plus four
three-day park hopper tick-
ets (two adult, two child).
The accommodation dates
are not flexible, so please be.
sure that you will be able to
utilize the prize before
entering the contest.
For more information,
contact Jenny Wallace,
NAS JAX I.T.T. manager,
at 542-3318.


Keep those

energy

costs down
From the Public Works
Department
As the winter season
quickly approaches,
the demand to turn
on the heat is rising. Being
the ,ever-vigilant stewards
of the environment we
strive to be, heat in office
buildings will not be acti-
vated until it is absolutely
necessary. With your help
we hope to significantly
reduce environmentally
harmful emissions this win-
ter.
Keep in mind a few tips
to help lower energy costs
this winter:
A sweater or a blanket is
often better than a space
heater.


The copier won't get cold
at night, so turn down the
heat on the way out.
Having six personal
refrigerators is a good
opportunity to get one ener-
gy-saving unit.
Start clearing that deslk
clutter and print off only
what you really need.


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006 17


NEX contest winners

(At left) Navy Exchange (NEX) General Manager Bill
Hockenberry (right) presents the award to winners of
i the NEX's 60th Anniversary Shopping Spree Giveaway
Contest. The world-wide contest awarded 60 winners
a $1,000 NEX Gift Card. Four of the winners are from
NAS Jacksonville. They are (from left) Joan Alipio,
Sharon Patrick, Grace Angeles and Lewis Blevins (not
pictured).
(At right) Navy Exchange (NEX) General Manager Billw'
Hockenberry presents a NEX Gift Card to winner Sgt.
Farris Lewisof the South Atlantic District Veterinary
Command. Lewis won the top prize of $500 from the
i "After Thanksgiving Gift Card Giveaway" Dec. 6. -
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MWR Planner
*- Mission First, Sailors Always/ FCCJ B
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($80)
For more information call 542-3493. Mamma Mia
EFree Bowling on Wednesdays for Active Duty from 11 p.m. ($53)
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included)
Gat
Ga
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Every Saturday Gan
9 p.m. Midnight.
w$10 per person (includes unlimited bowling and shoe
ntal) Trips, activity
"17single or unacc
Liberty Cove IR
Call 542-3521 for more information. 3491.
Kid's Holiday Bingo
Dec. 16 Free p
Cards on sale 11 a.m. Noon
$15 per child (ages 4-17)
Includes bingo cards, dauber, soft drink, hot dog, chips $5 per person
gnd a gift. Call 542-5007 for additional information. portation. d
Van c
Texas Hold'em Tournaments Regional Jin
Budweiser Brew House Fast I
Every Monday and Thursday 7 p.m. Van
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!

L Trivia Night


Budweiser Brew House
.. Every Tuesday 7:30 p.m.

Karaoke
" Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday and Friday
7:30 p.m. until close
-i

i For more information on fitness and athletics call 542-
P518/3239.
Jingle Bell Jog
Today 11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road / Antenna Farm


For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices
lease call 542-3318.
a! Monster Truck Jam
Feb. 24, 7:30 p.m.
$26 for Club Level Seats


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First Coast Winter Lights
Nov. 23 Jan. 1
$10 per car (an $8 savings)


roadway Series tickets on sale now!
charity ~ Jan. 28 at 1:30 p.m. ($62.50)
ent Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. ($50.50)
March 24 & 31 at 8 p.m., April 7 at 2 p.m.
May 20 at 1:30 p.m. ($65), May 20 at 7

tor Bowl Tickets now available!
me is Jan. 1 at Alltel Stadium
. Kickoff ~ $32.50 for section 217
ae day shuttle ~ $10 per person


ies and costs may be restricted to El-E5
ompanied active duty members. Call the
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
Wrap it Wednesdays
Wrap your gifts at Liberty!
aper, ribbons, and bows provided.
Ice Skating Trip Saturday
n includes skates, skate pass and trans-
leparts Liberty Cove at 6:30 p.m.
agle Bells Bowling Tournament Dec. 19
Lanes Bowling Center in Mayport
departs Liberty Cove at 5:30 p.m.
Last Minute Mall Trip
Dec. 22
St. John's Town Center
Mall & Movie Trip
Dec.23 Free
nge Park Mall and AMC Theater
Jaguars vs. Patriots Game
Dec. 24
cludes ticket and transportation.
gn-up early, spots are limited!


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For more information on the
3249 or Mulligan's please
call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days
at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee
only!
Dec. 19 for active duty
Dec. 21 for retirees and
Department of Defense per-
sonnel
Christmas Eve Golf
Scramble


golf course please call 542-


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Love Christmas! I start
decorating for Christmas
on Thanksgiving Day
and I keep my decorations
up through Greek Orthodox
Christmas (Jan. 7). I love
the smell of fresh baked con-
fections, twinkling lights,
Christmas d6cor and
wrapped presents.
However, this time of year
is more than decorations
and Christmas carols. It is
shopping, wrapping, ship-
ping, traveling, cooking,
baking, the politically cor-
rect 'holiday' parties and
hopefully precious time with
family and loved ones. Phew
-TI'm tired thinking about it!
Help!
Life Consultant, Karin
Overdorf states the holidays
are often dreaded because of
the harried pace. She
encourages clients to care-
fully plan their holiday sea-
son, from shopping days and
'gift wrapping' to even fami-
ly time and "me" time. "Plan
your work and work your
plan for a stress free holi-
day" is her motto.
The first hurdle for many.
is shopping. What do you
get everyone on your list
without breaking the bank?
We are often tempted to
fund Christmas with the
credit card. This can start
the new year with financial
stress. Maybe this year is
the year to scale back in the
amount spent. I know one


family that draws names for
a gift exchange rather than
purchasing each person a
gift. By controlling costs this
year you can save those
credit card payments and
fees to tuck away for a
"cash-up-front" Christmas
next year.
To help stay on budget
make a list of people to pur-
chase gifts for and list "pos-
sible gifts" next to their
names along with the esti-
mated cost. Total this
amount and make adjust-
ments as needed to stay
within your budget. Be flexi-
ble for out-of-stock items but
stay within the same price
range. Avoid the temptation
to add people to your list
and stick to your plan.
One other tip handmade
gifts and baked goods can be
a valued gift. A friend of
mine purchases empty
(unused) paint cans at the
local hardware store, deco-
rates the cans and fills them
with goodies or bath and
body items or school sup-
plies. Creative ideas like
this are a great way to sur-
prise and delight those on
your list while keeping costs
low.
Shipping: Late shipping
drives the cost up to insure
parcels arrive for that magi-
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VP-16: Back from deployment

From Page 1

tive Endeavor, aircrews monitored shipping traf-
fic throughout the Mediterranean Sea.
Additionally, when the armed conflict broke out
to."Ibetween Israel and Hezbollah in southern
Lebanon, VP-16 was on station to assist in the
evacuation of American citizens.
Other detachments included trips to Estonia,
Iceland, Norway, Germany, Romania, Bulgaria,
France, Cape Verde, and Ghana supporting
NATO exercises and partnership for peace initia-
tives.
In all, more than 3,300 hours were flown, tak-
ing the squadron past the 41 year and 265,000
hour class "A" mishap-free milestone. All the
,, members of VP-16 are proud to have finished a
succyesful deployment and excited to be home for
a restful holiday season with their families and
loved ones.
4.~~ 4 '
..AW2 Timothy Vaughn of VP-16 is greeted by family
-- members as he returns home Dec. 4.

BOOTS: 'These Sailors deserve everything we can possibly get to them'


Photos by MCI (AW/SW) Mark Ceil
AW2 Michael Sereno of VP-16 is happily met by family mem-
bers as he returns to NAS Jax Dec. 3 after a six-month
deployment.






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From Page 1
Massenburg led a panel
of distinguished visitors as
they began their tour at the
Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast (FRCSE) where
they received firsthand
accounts of readiness prob-
lems from military and
civilian maintainers. The
team received briefings
from representatives of tar-
geted departments at NAS
Jacksonville.
At the briefing, com-
manders and officers-in-
charge of FRCSE, Center
for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit
(CNTTU), Supply and
Commander, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing 11
(CPRW-11) reviewed their
past progress and the bene-
fits they have provided to
the warfighter to help them
accomplish their mission.
One of the functions of the
briefings to the BOG atten-
dees was to identify prob-
lems that that are current-
ly restricting Sailors from
getting their jobs done and
issues that could cause
roadblocks for the aviation
community later on down
the road.
"BOGs are a look at the
basic housekeeping of our
organization and finding
out what is hurting our
Sailors... the most. It is a
program that is going to
give the power of change
back to our Sailors and let
them create the organiza-
tion that is right at the
right cost." stated
Massenburg. "The only way
that is going to happen is to
ensure that our senior lead-
ership is out there listening


Photo by MCI (SW/AW) Heath
Vice Adm. Walley Massenburg addresses an audience of NAS Jax
leadership during an executive level brief held atVP-30 Dec. 6.


to the troops and discover-
ing what their needs are."
The tour continued with
stops at the aviation sup-
port detachment, CNTTU,
and FRCSE. Massenburg
took that time to introduce
himself to Sailors in their
work centers and hear
what they had to say.
"These Sailors deserve
everything we can possibly
get to them," explained
Massenburg. "What we've
failed to do in the past 10
years is to get them the
tools. This is part of what
we want to do here with the
BOG project."
The NAE began when
then Chief of Naval
Operations Adm. Vern
Clark, tasked Commander,
Naval Air Forces Pacific
with the responsibility for
overseeing all of Naval
Aviation. "We were tasked
to find out why it was cost-
ing so much and we were
receiving so little,"
explained Massenburg. "We


didn't have the parts that
were needed to properly
complete the mission.
Basically, we were mort-
gaging the future on the
backs and the can-do atti-
tude of our Sailors and
Marines.
"If we would have contin-
ued with the same spend-
ing behaviors that we did
in the 90's, vwe would be on
our way to a diminished
Navy," he added.
The responsibility in-
cludes implementing a com-
prehensive program to
make fundamental process
changes in the way the
Navy provides manpower,
equipment and training to
stateside naval aviation
commands between deploy-
ments.
The following day, Mas-
senburg held an executive
brief in the VP-30 auditori-
um for senior Naval
Aviation leadership sta-
tioned at NAS Jacksonville.
They talked about the


VITA: Tax season is almost upon us


From Page 4


even longer if submitted
from overseas or while
deployed. By using
VITA/ELF, refunds are
deposited directly into a
Sailor's bank account in an
average of two weeks from
the date of the transmis-
sion, even from overseas
and afloat commands.
These rapid refunds greatly
reduce the need for refund
anticipation loans (short-
term loans with added
charges and high interest
rates).
There are fewer mis-
takes. VITA/ELF returns
are very accurate. There is
a one percent error rate
compared to a 15 percent
error ,rate for paper
returns.
Past tax seasons have
demonstrated that the suc-
cess of the VITA/ELF
Program is predicted on
support from local com-
mands. While the local
Naval Legal Service Office
(NLSO), Staff Judge
Advocate or the Fleet and
Family Service Center rep-
resentative will manage tax
assistance centers, local
commands are strongly
encouraged to provide per-
sonnel, equipment and
facilities. When local com-
mands support the
VITA/ELF program, every-
one benefits.
Sufficient manpower is
the key to success. The sup-
port of every command is
necessary. Especially send-
ing Sailors on temporary
additional duty (TAD) for
the 12-week tax season or
allowing personnel to work
.part-time at the tax assis-


tance centers. Part-time
support is especially critical
during February, the peak
filing time.
The goal s to provide one
volunteer or TAD tax pre-
parer per 100 members of
each command. One full-
time tax preparer who is
trained by the Internal
Revenue Service and or
VITA/ELF tax officers, can


provide more than $50,000
worth of services.
Information involving tax
preparer training can be
obtained by contacting the
local NLSO.
The VITA/ELF program
is extremely important.
With support, we can con-
tinue this valuable quality
of life benefit for our
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


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

Golf league meeting coming up
A winter golf league meeting will be held Jan.
17 at 11:30 a.m. at the golf clubhouse. The league
is open to all NAS Jax active duty, command
Department of Defense personnel and selective
reservists. The league will be played on
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Commands having
their athletic officer or designated representative
attend the meeting will receive five captain's cup
points. All interested personnel should attend the
meeting to discuss rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
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
AAmerica) race and your time must be one of top
.,10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in a
Sanctioned race and your time meets the regional
,,qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00


10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run,
40K bike
For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at
542-2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or
visit www.nasjax.navy.mil.


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.PERSPECTIVE: Time to prepare for the holidays


From Page 20


Christmas. Mail early!
Traveling: Many of you
;>'will hit the highways this
: month to visit family and
,'friends throughout the
country. All About Travel
:"offers this advice:
"Purchase your airline and
Strain tickets-as early as
,"possible, later flights (red-
'eye flights) are often the
best fare. Ship your pack-
ages and travel light to
..avoid lost luggage/gifts and
,expedite the
,boarding/security process.
If you are driving during
this season, check in


advance for road condi-
tions and requirements.
Some areas may require
chains to be in your vehicle
or on your tires. Web sites
such as www.smartravel-
er.com offer real time traf-
fic conditions.
Be sure to make sure
your vehicle is prepared
for your trip especially if
you are going more than
across town.
Make Memories: Don't
forget to take time out to
make memories with your
children, your spouse, your
neighbors and your extend-
ed family. Bake cookies,
build a gingerbread house,


have a tree decorating
party, make gifts together,
sing holiday carols and a
visit the local nursing
home are just a few ideas.
Don't forget the spiritual
significance of this season
and take time for your
'spiritual health' in the
midst of this busy time.
Gotta' run...the next batch
of cookies is ready to come
out of the oven!

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AVONDALE 1/1 $495 Mandarin-2500sf, 2 Tinsel Town area. 3/2
Near Shops & Grocery story house 4/2,5 +I w /attoched H 1g a r, 1 ic S I
VANSANDT RE 3893540 washer/dryer din-side-Nature's
BAYMEADOWSBeaches $1700/m. (904)-338-1264 Hideaway 3BR/2BA, Baker
Mandarin, Riverside sGaled pool,W/D,
Southside, Westsi de MANDARIN 3/2, 0.ad soCla* Prvan.
EFFIC $100WK, APn house & neighborhood, $1000 month + deposit. Duval Schools
$150week, also houses fen yard, $1000mo. all Call 904-620-0357. ialt ainin
for rent furn/ unfurn wk, 904-610-6345 S T c T a -* Nassau 6 Specialty Trainig/
month. 904.302.5753 N Putnasm Events
I MANDARIN- Anchorage, Dan Jones
BEACHES 4/2, w/2 car, pool, fresh & Associates, Inc St. Johns
pot, new crpt & appl.
CALL NOW!i $1oo. 919 949-5724. (904) 757-3466 BEACH PONTE VEDRA Georgia
LUXURIOUS Www.ERADANJONES.Com Beaut 2/1 amenities &
LIVING AT MANDARIN 3/2, dbi upgrds $1100mo., + $125
OAFNFRDAB PRICE oa 1 6t, m TownHomsand for garage 904-424-7396 BUILDERS EXAMOPREP
OCEAN OAKS 249-5611 Losco Rd. $1200mo + Townhomes, andBULREX PE
dep. Coiall 880-0306 Condominiums PONTE VEDRA HOME INSPECTORS
1, 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms 2/2, 1 car garage, FP, COURSE
yd omr, MANDARIN 3/2, fenced $1800 W/D, beach access, Florida Vocational
A.0,1 $t -$78 h Conpetely refurb. ih $1200moCall 273-8047 College 779-1000
Sc Nete bIn the A oBAYMEADOWS/9A floridavocationalcollege.com
1, 2 & 3 BR's Avollul At 343-2853.,$1500m+dp Following Areas: Small to large office
o Park Apt.757-0240 Northside space available now.
MANDARIN Townhome Oceanway Call 234-3600 Ref: 82 fREAL ESTATE
3/3, 1800sf, $1070m. 2/2, Downtown 1 Week Day Class Jan 8
1300sf, $850m. Tile firs, Arintn 8 week Eve Class Jan 8
fp, pets ok. Avail now In Arlington Mandarin Executive Superior Instruction
Orange Park 2 b r/2ba Windermere 904-612-0850 Southside Offices for Rent $250 Month www.myfrei.com
wetbar, frpIc, attic, fully Argyle 288-8500 (904) 269.2555
equip kit, fnc bck yd, NORTHSIDE 2/1 Westside Florida Real Estate Institute
$650m 904.294.6903 w/bonus rm, $750mo, Hilliard REAre n i
SAN MARCO 904-4759 -5588 or F en office spaces avail., on Real Estate, Mortgage, Title,
1 BR Specal! 800491-0599 CALL 757-3466 ker the Ortega Rver Watere,
NORTHSIDE Rent to own RENTAL SPECIALS ClayMarina 904-384-1777 alliancebusinessschool.com
SAN MARCO LOFTS New 4/2, 2cor ar. RE Nay aAlianebPCines sscooooicom
SAN MARCO LOFTS New 4/2, 2car gar. wwwERADANJONES Duval or Call: 904-880-8070
One of a kind residence Bad credit ok, $1250m. www.ERADANJONES.com NasoC 90-8007
www.theloftssanmarco.com 754-234-2101 Nassau
1450 Flagler 396-9601 T, Putnam
NORTHElDE -NICE 3/1+, St s
WESTSIDE 2br Newly nr Trout River, aol new,| St. Joh
Remod. W/D conn $665m. o ar, CH&A, $ IA50m. App o se Ge2
December Free Seaboard req. 408-835 0563
Oaks. Frances @ 904-778-9836
Northside-Eogle's
4BR/2BA, 2,114sf. Timber Creek Planta- I -o-
4.R/2A2-cogroe, tion 3BR/2BA, 1874sf,
-car garage, like new. $1350 per ith a Baker
lakefront, brand new, FbRentS3utheast
$1,350,000. (904)613 -3474. Call 225- 1934 or 705-5453 Clay
NORTHi IDE/Westside Yulee/Fernandina Beles- D uval or i
NW River Estates 4BR/2BA,
fr ni 2/1 Apts $525- $650; 2008sf, like new, $1350pm Nassau Eo yn
3/1 Houses $800-$825; 5/3.5 Call 225-1934 or 705-5453
$1200m. No Hud. 376-5190 Putnam
For Rent- JACKSONVILLE BEACH St. Johns *Job Fairs
Baker TTN RENTERS *Georgia Resume Service
Clay GREAT HOMES ... Accounting/
Duval SEEKING GREAT I t ondarin. .a .rrn. Bookkeeping
Pl.. . 13-619 1t .. ma : .- c n I
Nassau P EOP ed UI. NT52TO nc $5m EF8 ..ur t. T .r Advertising Media
Putnam Newly Remodiled PLANTATION 8OuSF
St. Johns Exleni Pro. Mem j I ..ma -i.. (20)-48 0175 *Architecture/

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H ue Murray W Hill Areas. ,r 4 ".oid offi ce/ whose Service
S NO HUD. E.DAced yd, HT/AC, 816 sf
tICall Steve @ Tilus PONTE VEDRA. Zonld CCG2 220-2500. Aviation
ISolutions 904 687-1967 >.. a IIl Service
Argye lr ....C NSORTHSIDE 3 5 0 Government/
a, .-. .,,,912 1 Adams A 3e 251 61015 0Co .R n .Jr Epomn
OrangA ParkAFleming 151I danAve Ii 1 50 Public Administration


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Purchasrne paw api an PAXON B/.CO yAG Duva l V T EConstrduc tionT Feng
a 3802 Wm Hos 3 oral W Nassau CALLAHAN- ommm of C T ainn ce
P0 i ,Go 2 90I n260.1 0w 83 3 l l! u ar n hinCer
S ng 1ne roomin SR16 W. f 1-95 H Putnam Y u F HotC r ServiceHard-
Fleange Island.o. 12snD family wood Land RdSt Johns Brandies Ave Dental
Si, hau single family 904-879-31 *37ti es
aihome-shared MH w/carport on canalt*Georgiaa Domestic Services/





an honeshrcer roommate. off TrmouC d bofr rowt. ofheao no Maoinnteanc
nirn t.9 na u00m 1 3 6-96-3 $600/month, includes sm boat hse, deep ter, Caregiving
4,lawn main. 904-542-4703 nice $950ma 904 626 8659 7 Delivery Driver










Orange Park- KtEiuieryenDed Backer. Pntalm' Arintor
Argyle, 312, f2 rm LR, Education/Teaching/
DR, frn R, open ORTEGA 1/1 COTTAGE World Golf Village The A ainteac
.eat-in kitchen, egp $575 WD Hookup, Storage, Meadows, forme mode s Training
w ss ef micro, stove Czy, Near Shops & grocery 42 keveweat in kit, Orane Park-Rent- Engineering
sh coffee mk Sp VANSANDT RE 389.3540 $1200m+dep 904-631-2374 O n aone roam in Entine n











dishOn Park-Ren scrn orh OnG one KINm in (904) 998-9339 arketail
mepl ncar gar, ceiling o m- s a single family nt i
fans, $1k secu rity dep ORTEGA FARMS 34- $795 home-shared Executive/
$1250 month. 742- 6747 ch&o, WD Hkp, Carport, w/officer roommate. F e
Kit Equip, Fenced kyd le$60 month, inclu04 Financides Management
ORANGE PA R K N VANSANDT RE 389-3540 lawn maint. 904 542-4703 O Baker n Finance/investment
A rgy I e B em RTO' Clay
beauty fu 4/2, upgra des. ROLLING HILLS 3/2 $925 i General Employment
$1295mo 13952369889 o 00sf, Lg Fm Rm ch& Duval Hotel/Hospitality/
Orange Pk/Tang le, od VAJSA 1 rDT RE s] 4 h ~li Nassau Tourielsm
$925, 3/2, 1263 Sq fI Putnam Industal Trades
2Ca G Kt p .. SAN MARCO .. 'H Ar9i.St.Johns -insurance
VANSANDT RE 381540 htrr,.. 3 /.I,0.c 2 -r Ak $ StnS R ratn
Orange Park c 3/2 ;stu air g a e uto...CleorgiaayLa n dMapingenance
brick, new nd, J-.r.:r CaLr ROO. s 'orui L cnMaintenance
ne hb LR hDR fenp .R ns.n Duval .'.es :Mrowv L arw .D,.Ito1 e ran t/
pe ts, $110m 904-610 6463 SEABOARD AVE 2/2 N Nassau (904) 742-67479 i al S LawEnforcement
$795 1344SF, Carport, ch&a Security/Safety
Orange Park- Kit Equip, Fenced m ckyard. Putnam Arlington reta er Rnt
3BR, 1275sf, 2 car VANSANT RE 3893540 St. Johns REGENCY INNal
g arage, Srnd a or WEEKLY SPEC ALS. e Maintenance/
















pardl, s0min kero 1 WESTSIDE Georia BA CK Cal ETraVIation
Si O om S ide Single $139 7 DAY STAY 725-5093 NEW OFFICE SUITES Janitoral Service
Orange Park Rent home, 4BR/2BA, Orange Park- Rent- Manufacturing
a sorn porch one rom Eastpark Great locat on ioa ter
nR o ne roam ai i07 de- oao, atil, fa r of, ndrne amly (904) 998 9339 Marketing























IN o ne ro omNine Col- l k e-s ac, d 2d 18 se w to apply.gssmHoinglrfmmil
single family appls, $235k. 904-998E833J home-shared Medical/Health Care
iome- c Westsidewoffoce oomma 2 e Soaths de/VWestside MarineTrade
w/ o Ser oomma le Soa ths de Baymeado w y e d condon no All New Retail Centers
$600mon des Eas Hampton 2 storlem. Is ana- wn ma int. 904-5424703 Tenant FinancingAvailable Nurses/Nurses Aides
lawn main. 904542-47 03 3/2.5 975sf 2c gar, w/d tion. 1845sf, WESTSIDE LARGE BR, 288-8500 Office/Clenical/
$1500mo+dep 8810101 3BR /2.5BA, g age cable, w/d, cha, no pets Refi. NOW or SELL Administration




























POTront, () 52 walk to Lakeshore rit3 ed tchoolase oaol, gOlin 904-AGSTNe, 90- $5720 Call Mark 904-233-4231 coPone-Ti s AP
Gated community, "A" $110 week+ $110 dep.





























I 4/2, 2car ga r, n732sf, DR, $7250 Dhu St o F m oN f S O Tat e ndwhoo I g C /t , Pools a l s golf,
HR ue Town Center New 4/2 aetc. 11 mi from NAS. ed8 Prs0 00 9 5 6e naner0in8s
ar2200sf onwood, gated, $1200/mo. (904) 803- 4287 Westsde- BR, fully Personal Services
y r baingle family furnished $450 Beauty
SmARGYLE 31 2SPLIT2BRMS hme $1750m. 8218 Oakleaf iantan Pe9 Prkwy 4 Utilities incl uded. Real Estate/Property
AGLE T E/S, FPiT WRSHighgade 716-1761 1st month FREE 3/2 Laundr y fac l te oilitiest













VAULTED CEILINGS, FPL near recreation center, well-equipped kitchen, Management
FENCED YARD, NO PETS. Southsi de Oxford Chase er A sch s $1000. 904-309-3055 direct access to down- a me
REF REQ $1050/MO. 86087219 Gated 3/2.5, 2100sf, 2 cPr Aohn$05943905 decceso Recreation/Sports/
gar, w/d incl. $1600 mo. Orange Park ie ow 32inesston
.e ARGYLE 9304) 588- 4784 1-295, 3/2 Irg r ooms, The LUXURY ROOMS Opportunities fi
3/2 LR, DR, AMLY ROOM, APARTtE
BONUS RM FENCED YD S a Seasons. Length of lease w/Microwave & Reri *Distributorships/ RestaurantiBar/Club
ORE REQ $95 MO 7782897 SPRINGFIELD 2 homes nego $950mo 904-264 9078 Low Dily/Wky Res! chises Food/Beverages
firs, lease option. Please ORANGE PARK-BRAND KINGS INN (904) 725-3343 Fictitious Names Retail
ARLINGTON br c all Lindo 904-434-4764 NEW CONDO with LAKE QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211 Financial Services Sales
duplex attached c 0 A 1 view nOkle nof Plan tation
w/d hkup w2wcr Pt, WESTIDE CEDAR $11002 bdrm/ 2bth flat with Money-toELendor Science/Research
CH/A, fple, o0i eiec apple. HILLS 3br/lba, 2 Blocks attached garage Borrow Social Services/
$675/mo 465-0195 to Elementary school, Cal 1260-4488 ext. 366MBonow Socialics
ArntonRegency mos rent in advance + Oronge Park-BRAND NEW an Soldi S
on$75mo lastaMortgesB TechnicalSupport
2,22000sf house, ad$7S0.dep. Ph. 387-4217 CONDO in Gated Commu-
scrnd porch, fncd nity, pool, W/D, garage Telemarketing
yard, sprie nkler WESTSIDE -NO BANK Call 260-4488 ext. 366 i T Transportation
LR/DR/FR, fireplace, C $00$850 mo .i, Warehouse/Inventory
$300. Moyoem mo0 w/reas down: 838-1265sWork at Home
wave, surround speak-
ers, inbuilt cabinets, WESTSlDE 3/2.5 1 car $$$ Pre-Foreciosure Positions Wanted
Mckam oe antoe garage. 2 stry town hm aasiness $5 $ $299.
eramic tile, 15 min to corner unit $950. 6424 Avondale 2br/2ba washer 622-7539 serious nq.
Stella 301-792-5181/ of closetbspace. $900mo a Duval
240-538-7485 W, Westside-Dream, + dep. Call 904-389-7693 Nassau ESTAB. LANDSCAPE
ARLINGTON Avail 1/07 $1500smonth., 1502 BAYMEADOWS 2/2 lake Putnam oppty. $190K 645-6444
AR LNGTON 2Av a r,7 dep. wood, tile, front, 1st fir, Indry hkups, St. Johns
3/2, s PP LR, OR 2 oar, coarpe, 699-3448 fpec, no pets/smoking. a Georgia HUDDLE HOUSE AUTO BODY TECH
sun porch, foncd yd, short $975+util. 904-200-6446 HUDDLENHOUSE
ter00m.leaseiceareaClFRANCHISE & PAINTER NEEDED
term 9eas4, 928e 3661 WESTSIDE/Normandy DOWNTOWN Son Marco OPPORTUNITIES!
area 3/2.5 appl's stay, Place river view 3/2.5 M u c r 40+ years experience, Call 7645233
ARLINGTON Near Craig fenced bkyd on culdesac. 2177sf, 2 c gar, 17th fir, Huddle House family
Field. 3/1.5, gar, fenced $1150m. 568-8294/786-7173 $3300. + dep 904-881-0101 Frrestaurant/diner fran-
yd, patio. $875m+$875sec chises availabIe!
No pets. 904-994-5575 Westside 3/2, 2 car, pond INTRACOASTAL Great MIDDLEBURG 2/20o0200 VETOEU AN'ST DISTv ritionnK
Great rm, DR, eat in kit loc, 3/2, gated N T R dld H Turn Key
Arlington-4BR/2BA, fp, no pets. $100m 1St/ scr porch, close to all.weom ed .o
large fenced yard, last/sec dep 904-779-8985 Move-in special. 476-8572 $700 904-287-8828 starting at $76,000 Call
'r .'' WESTSIDE 103RD ,-r or. JACKSONVILLE BEACH AVIATION:
i '' 1 ,J rl-..Ih..'rlran, ,;. ." J ... .j I......' r:.r..:. 1H-3 HELICOPTER
Atlantic Beach Luxur, .-.,,,,,,.rs, tr ..... ri ,,, ,,,,, ,MECHANICS
Townhome or;, 3 .i,_-,,.,,i,-., ._IIC,' ,', 4- ,1. ,- Clayton International,
_5u Ii h 1,3oa.h Hurry! Inc is seeking experi-
3,c8"unm Loll l.28 '.388 WESTT iDE NEAR OF t. nADARIN FREE AGL tic, ,enced mechanics to
3/1, NEW CRPT, BONUS RM, RENT! Beautiful wooded s$800-$9000on private perform all levels of
GARAGE, NO PETS, community in the heart lots. A+ schools AVOID FORECLOSURE maintenance on
DUVAL, CLAY Rent REF REQ. $850/MO 860-7219 of Mandarin. 1,2, and 3 No HUD. Greg 376.5190A F LXUSN UH-3H
to own. O.P. Oakleof bedroom condominiums 0HU.reg361 Refi. NOW or SELL SeaKing helicopters &
Plantation (2) 4/2.5, 2 Westside Lakeshore 3/1 Priced to lease at Oasis ST. AUGUSTINE 2/1 $500 Call Mark 904-233-4231 components. A&P
car, Bellerive nr $725 WDOhu, ch&a, Fam of Mandarin. Contact ch&a, WDHkp, Kit Equip, license a plus. all
Avenues Mall, (2) Rm, Gor, Fenced Bkyd. us at 904-262-3355 to Renovated, Water Included. maintenance ratings
3/2.5, 2 car. Poxon 3/2, VANSANDT RE 389-3540 schedule your tour today. VANSANDT RE 389.3540 including AK/SK & AZ
Northbonk 2/1, Col- are welcome to apply.
lege Park 2/1, Acacia Westside Lakeshore 2/] ORTEGA- WESTSIDE 3/2 MH Full time positions:
3/1, Several more to $675 Carport, Fncd, wd ho I Condo on Ortega on private lot, no pets Peachtree City, Go.
choose. Call 716-6696 rh&a, New Paint, Must C 'L4 River, 2 BDRM, 1.5 $600 mo. + $600 den. Part time: various

















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condition, $75.00
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After 5 pm.

Zenith 36" Color TV
Rarely Used, $200
E OBO. 912-729-2939


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S condition, dark
mahogany, light
neutral cloth, asking
$175. Call 887-9042


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S piece white dresser
SId, set, $75 0B0.
945- 7218 after 4 pm.



S10917 Brentfleld
SRd.-off Ft. Caroline.
< | Frl/Sat 8- 5, turn,
toys, xmas, new
wheelchair, walker, lots
-of good misc. items.
ARLINGTON MOVING
SALE I Big Items,
Fri/Sat 9- 2pm. 3409
International Village Dr
BEACHES turn, printer,
jewelry, micwv, misc.
612 Aquatic Dr. Sat 7- 1
E. ARLINGTON, Sat 7- 12.
1498 Crabapple Cv Ct. off
Kernan. Women's clothes
$3- $10. Over 200 Items.
INTRACOASTAL WEST
- 4548 Crystal Brook
Way, Saturday 7am
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
HUGE 8 family- turn. king
pillowtop, baby, lyr like
new fridge, toys. 861- 4415
918 10th St N. 8am 12/16
Lakewood, Fri/Sat9- 2;
5155 Rollins Ave. electric
scooter, bike, household.
MANDARIN MOVING
SALEI Sat 8am.
New stackable w/d, oak
server, lawn mower, tool
bench, cab's, computer
desk & patio set. 535- 1038.
5563 Alden Bridge Dr.
NORTHSIDE Huge Yard
Sale IN THE HOUSE!
14128 Duval Rd., Jax.
Dec 15th & 16th 8am.
ORTEGA HILLS-INSIDE
7412 Hennessy Rd.
Contents of 4br house.
772- 6934 Cash only I
Fri/Sat 9a- til.
SOUTHSIDE
Core One Come 411i lo ur
HUGE COMMUNITY
HOLIDAY I YARD SALE
Dec 16& 17, 8 3
770i TIrnoerilr. Par BI .a
(orf Souirsiae BIdi
WESTSIDE Huge garage
sale Giaassare. Xmas
Lernox China, KIT., 'iaeo
& DVDs. Fri/Sat 8- 3
5347 Verna Blvd
Yard Sale: Dec
2nd: furniture,
4 ; clothes, gym equip.
Ashley Woods, 12318
Winterpine Ct.

4 Yard Sale-10 am
Sat, 12/9 142 Point
1 Peter Place, Saint
Mary's. Hugel
Christmas, tools, fish-
ing, office, linens, bldg.
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



Free Azalea Bushes
*I You dig & move,
'app 3ft tall. 729- 7643


4 Lawn Edger
Block&Decker
1 elect., 2 HP
looks/runs great $40
268-24832

Murray Riding
Lawnmower-42"
16hp, (904)529- 9322
RIDING LAWN MOWER
Like new $800 as is
Call Jimmy 268 5776



& 14k Ladles Dia-
mond & Sapphire
S Ring, size 6, $425.
269- 1478
A Ladies Diamond
Wedding Band-size
J 6, 14k, lct, 7 stone,
$799 OBO. 269- 1478


Boy's Powerwheel
SJeep-3- in- onecrib,
J1 10- In- 1 game table,
toddler bicycle,
much more. 923- 4881
Radio-Controlled
Electric Plane-
FireBird XL, new
fuselage & radio,
eIlra baMtery, n'how lo"
video. 575 Call 269 1-78
before 68p pOl



Airless Paint Spray
Rig-5 gal capacity
11 I w/many extra
parts, $250. 757- 7037



22 Inch tires & rims'.
$900 OBO, 20 Inch
Tires & rlrns $7Q0
pBO Call BierTd-_-.

ALLOY Wheels 17". 1800;
MIIlOuishl TV 40' 4125,
Home Gym $125; Delphi
SkyFI Audio Sys. $50;
Jenson XM Satellite
radio $50; Beach Cruiser
$25; Men's leather coats
$50 & $100; 363- 2162
.A Artificial
6.Christmas Tree-
L 6.5ft, w/stand. color
coded, easy assem-
bly, great condition $25

A Body by Joke
Workout Machine
Cardlocrulser, 2006,
5spd, resistance,
used only 5 times. $255
OBO. 249- 3229
Brick Pavers-
Antique heavy duty
bricks left over
from patio & drive-
way, various markings,
$1 ea. (500). 268- 8656
A Camper-
'95 Palomino-
Pop- up w/air sleeps
5, includes stove &
sink, $1100. 264- 6364


SGoKart-'Shp Engine,
2 seater, little use,
$500. (904)529- 9322

SHIs n' Hers Huffy
26" Bikes-w/carrier,
helmets, $350.
Microwave, $25.
Wooden wall touchstone
phone, $25. Call
912- 729- 2928
4 Inflatable Kiddie
Pool- 10ft, $15
291- 2388/64- 1515
SKirby Vacuum
Ultimate G Series
1 yr old, $175. Call
379- 1805
MARY KAY
COSMETICS
40% off. 264- 6914
MovingI In house
tag sale by appt.
12/11- 12/18, Fine
furniture, rugs,
antique., glassaore,
china, arlrork, oriice
supplies, linens. CASH
(Q12,682 2905
4 Old Milk Can w/Top
S2ft tall, exc cond
$75.268- 2482
Slot Machines
From $199
904- 425- 0000
Treadmill-$100,
/ Dorm fridge, $30,
n1 Lawn aerator, $30.
Honda lawnmower,
$125. Hldeabed couch,
$100. Laundry cart $40.
904. 272- 7352
4 Treadmill UGC
I 100 OTorTed go]N
OcIIls i3.io.dozen,
cigar humidor holds
cigarsr, li 5 771 8930


Electric Organ,
Kimball Dual Key-
board Organ, piano,
etc, swinger. 400,
Entertainer I I I seat $200
OBO.Charles 317- 7157
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714.0141
PIANO Baldwin
Acrosonic console, exc
cond, $1700 abo 333- 6030
PIANOS 0 DOWN
0 PAYMENTS TIL JUN'07
0 INTEREST TIL JUN '07
PIANOEXPO 904-642-1136
4160 Southslde Blvd.
PIANO Upright Kimball
Piano $500 or best offer.
904- 276- 4240


Olympus C5000
Camera 5 MP, 2
cards, 2 batteries,
remote, $125. Great
pics, 359- 6192287- 6116


Miscelaneous


Golf Balls- $4/dozen,
3 doz $10. 786- 4406

4 Ladies' Golf Clubs
Complete set, Dun-
| L lap irons. Cobra
metal woods, and
bag, $60. Call 264- 4587,
Peugot Road
S Racing Bicycle-
| Shimano equipt,
L good cond. $50 OBO.
(912)882- 1052
A Rods/Reels:
(4)TLD20 w/rods,
$130 each. (2)
Penn25 w/rods, $60
each. (4) Penn320
w/rods: $70 each. (1)
Penn310 w/rod, $50. 7
foot pwr sticks,
$30/each. 904- 491- 0292
TREADMILL- Deluxe,
has everything,
Spacesaver, folds up $300
781- 5726
SUsed Golf Clubs
Hogan edge, Mas-
S erfit Ca-.'ltv Mi.
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BCS National Championship
nlickeii WANTED. Local
will Pick .up
Call 904 349W 40.
S Jaguar.-Patriots
Game. 2,2106 !160
lion JJ0 i'als 16
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A Car Hauler, dual
S axle, Chevy pat-
Stern rims, lights, all
Metal, portable
ramps, $800 OBO. Call
Charles 317- 7157








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Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted


BOXER PUPPIES AKC,
2M, 2F, fawn & brindle
ready on 12/20/06 $500.
904- 742- 5273 477- 9792
after 4pm
CHIHUAHUA PUPS,
$300- $350, Cash I
904.757.8567
Doberman Puppies-
SBlack & Tans and
S Red & Tans. $500.
Coall (904)779- 4660
ENGLISH MASTIFF
PUPS. Visit: english
mustiffsofmiddleburg.com
or call 786- 897- 5620.
English Bulldog Pup M
fwn/wht, s/w, HC, micro
chip $1000. 904- 210- 9575
Extra Large Dog
House-Solid wood
w/shingle roof,
never used, $350
OBO. (904)529- 1586
Ferret M, 4 mths. litter
trained, new cage/xtras
$350. 30% off 866- 673- 6877
FREE 2 MALE HOUSE
CATS NEED LOVING
HOME BOTH CATS
ARE DE-CLAWED AND
6 YRS OLD CALL
779-815B LV MESSAGE
FREE caO ea...,iil i
COila, Jr, ,- d 1-.:ia,.ed
'o .scoo nome, lOvirg Coa
Call 118. 7421
FREE Guinea Pig
Fer-.aole, 6 -. olda
ODeva-llul mor lir.g
C ll Kair,, 57"- :Osf
Free to Good Home-
Purebred Pomera.
noan-Female DliacK
C.ooa waotcnarg.
g000 4, KI.IS & oi6 ir
animal. Coil aoi'.
|9OJ|3"'1 9J6.
GERMAN SHEPHERDS
AKC BLK TN 6 AK I .',)
IKC Pom Pups 1500
4.,orGA 912. -2. ju,


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Aquarium Hood
w/flourescent light.
4 1 plastic base
w/glass. 29 in long.
looks new $20. 268- 2482
Australian Cattle Dog
Puppies, Christmas Joy!
$250 each 912- 843- 2098
Birdcage/fish tank
stands-18 cubic ft
birdcage, 1 yr old,
$100. Fish tank
stands, 10 gal and 29 gal,
$20 each all OBO00. Call
912- 673- 8404, leave msg.


4o Free to Good Home-
Purebred Labs-
1 white, 1 chocolate,
both female. Very
well mannered, house-
trained. Good w/kids &
other animals. 372- 9465
Ask for Holly.
German Shep. Pups AKC
exc breeding, taking
deposits. 880- 6736
Golden Retriever Pups,
AKC, S/W, HC, 2F/3M,
$500. 845- 4190/705- 7009-
GREAT DANE PUPS AKC
& UKC. $800. 904.259.4781
www.acostadanes.com
LAB PUPS Chocolate,
AKC, $400- $500.
259- 8931 or 591- 5211
LABS, AKC, yellow, POP,
M/4F. Ready for Xmas!
$530. 779- 9435 after 5pm
LABS PUPS REG.
S/W up to date. POP
229- 5- 4864
LHASA PEK adorable,
male, 4 mos. shots, $400.
Coll 10A 8P 695- 28,2
MALTESE CKC M1aole
iniac, CrriO. i.5' 0o ,:,
MALTESE BeaoiIuli
oar,, bo,h' omil, raised
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cer cLAupO04- 4- 615J
MALTESE AKC inv.
cnamrp line5, H C, micro-
crip 160i.- 19-'0 casn onli
reoa, 1 2j 90- 406- 626
MIN PIN PUPS, AKC
I blk. 2 red All vac papers
!195. 904.403 .3914
MOLLUCAN COCKATOO
Hand Rolsea reeds
iOing r.orrm.e. coams w.! 2
cages i ''1 .'00 94. 591
Pekingese Puppies 3 F
POP DO ?' 7. 60 Sire
AKC D44, CKC 1200
Call 90.- 2 ', IeW.foraoppi


SHAR-PEI PUPS AKC
3M & 3F $500. Ready for
ChrlstmasI 904- 334- 3063
SHIH TZU Pups In time
for X- mas stocking,
AKC/HC 231- 9407
SHIH-TZU PUPS, AKC
2 M POP H C
brown/wht, ready 12/21
$500. 635.8593/ 655-0814
Siamese mix, free to good
home. Fern., under 2 yrs,
spayed & declawed. Very
playful. 219- 1134.
SIAMESE KITTENS Just
in time for Christmas!
3m's, $300. 352- 473- 5776
YORKIE MINI PUP
Ready Dec. 24th
no papers, parents on
premise are 31bs, $700.
904. 27-0944
YORKIE PUPPIES,
DACHSHUND PUPPIES
& I CHIHUAHUA PUPPY
.'ariO.JS 2zas & Price&
.11 f .KC reg Aail iolll,
irr.n-edlale up Io 6*k'
Call 'a inquire 912. 32.15
YORKIE pup. An 1600 36& L9 2llWP
YORKIES iM1 "IF
9w% .KCf i 'OJ Casr,
Reoay lfor Xmo' '07. 9;u'7
YORKIES. AKC in-, HC
A KC. il0:'
054- 291 3098
V BIG PUPPY SALE T
a% a9- UP
Chns, Ral Terriers
Laoroaoodles. -Beagle.
Snorkle. "orKaes.
WAW pdlworiafoEi.com
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9 YO TB Bay Gelding,
ver ti hlah', ease
keeoer, well broke. UTD
va., ne* s .cadle & .ridle
LIS40 904. F -. 3-*42


HORSE- for
sale or trade
553- 1306764- 8338
Paint filly liver, chestnut
& white, flashy, will be 2
in 4/07, $1200. 502- 2524


**** LET US ****
SELL YOUR BOAT
6 boats sold *
in the last week *
Consignments Needed.
Sailer Marine 904- 284- 0155
Javelin Fish & Ski
'89 18ft Johnson,
S bimini top, fish-
finder, skis Incl.
$4500 OBO. Contact
Auggle:729- 7309/322- 2701

WAVE RUNNER 03
YAMAHA GP 13 OR
w/trailer 2 seater very |
fast low engine hours
332-1612$6500


SCanoe 15'10" 2 life
Svests, paddle, $250.
_111 .Car top carrier
included, Call Bob:
359- 6192or287- 6116
John Boat, 18ft,
w/trailer, "as is",
needs work, $500
OBO 887- 9042

S24' Regal Deck Boat
"'97 Superb week-
ender, complete
enclosure, no dock-
ing fees"u Reduced to
$18,900 (904)- 635- 2975
24' AQUASPORT 225
OSPREY '97 C/C.
Re- powered w/'05 Suzuki
225 HP 4- Stroke w/4 year
eng. warranty. New
canvas & upholstery in
fall '06 w/custom pilot-
house. Ready to fish
w/outrlggers baiolt well.
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ACURA OF ORANGE PARK BOARD FORD
200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600 St. Augustine 353-6797
Rorida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
KEY AUDI FORD-MERCURY
1660-100 SouthsideBlvd. 565-4000 1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673

T d E'- GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
BENTLEY- ORLANDO MIKE SHAD FORD
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
ongwood/0dando R 407-339-3443 At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD

TOM BUSH BMW AT REGENCY
850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060

OF ORANGE PARK
- l l 7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673


GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
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, St Aug (904)824-9181



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Spdrings 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
PINE VIEW CHEVROLET
Macclenny 259-6117
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041

BEHBYSLER


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


ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Spdngs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
170 CorntnA 6An nqA cAri


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


COGGIN HONDA ON ATLAmIIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800-456-1689
HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 lips Hq. 370-13
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 INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


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


MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


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


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


LAMBORGHINI- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
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MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


O FLORIDA UCL HCURY
S4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000



LOTUS OF JAKSOMWILLE
www.lotusofiacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992



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




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



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



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

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COGGIN NISSAN-AILANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
MIKESADMNISSANOFJAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1 Sou,StAug. 904-794-990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OPF
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


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



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



ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orando Fl 407-339-3443




NIMNICHT SAAB .
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www nimnidlchtom


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





KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700
CITY SUZUKI
10585Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityautomotve.com




ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762

COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 CassatAve. 389-4561



VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Wells Road 269-2603L'

O'STEENVW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486


PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694.





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
www.beachblvdautomotivecomrn
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

Tom Bush BMW
9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

V.I.P. AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439,

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491





WORLD IMPORTS
www.woddimportsusa.com
11650 BFAICH RI VIl oVaonNo


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MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462.3039
1-800-541-6439
A Fleetwood
Wilderness 05
, 25', Loaded, Like
new, 6' slideout, 18'
awning. Must Go, T.O.,P.
Call Keith (912)- 673- 6303
Fleetwood Niag.'0S Delux
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loaded, like new, 6'
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awning, must go, TOP,
Call Keith 912-673-6303

RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
Low Overhead, Low Prices
Buy @ Wholesale- We
figure a dollar is better than
nothing
New & Used Travel
Trailers 5th wheels & Toy
Haulers
30' Cobra TT $3500
33' Coachman TT w/ Slide
$10,000
(904) 714.9939
614.1 Pecan Park Rd
Exit 366 Off I 95 Next to
Pecan park Flea Market


4 Wheeler 00-.JJ-.J?
lu ci.3 gun
r.,u I r.F
nerl oars, Irlce
rate shocks, runs good.
$2500 213-9821
A Custom Chrome
"Nemesis" '05
;IMust see, more Info
Sand pictures,
email: kevlnh7881com-
cast.net $15,500 OBO.
Kevin: (904)612-7537
FLHTC Evolution
S '86-Blue/sliver,
so extras, tank,
S saddlebags, engine
covers, etc, $6500 OBO.
Call Tim-(912)-552-5990
SHARLEY- '03 softail
Deuce. custom paint, all
Screaming Eagle parts,
low ml, all chrome best
offer 904-302-3889
.2= HD 1200C Sportster
'01 Purple, drag
.1I pipes, sundowner
seat, lowered fr &
rear, engine guard,
14,693mi. $7k OBO.
(912)-674-4453 or
(904)-537-1015

SHD 883 SPORSTER '05,
Forward controls, many
'extras, bik, 461mi.
$650.0obo. 868-7280
HD Heritage Softtail '01,
low mi's, $5000 in extras
H Asking $15,750. 781-7475
ZA HD Sportster XLH
T 1200 '97-Only 33k
-J| ml, Incl. touring
-u seat, fwd controls,
black/sIlver. 318-8963
S Honda Goldwing
S1100 '83-Interstate.
S Low mileage, good
9 cond, $3500 OBO,
(904)-542-4669
'. Honda Valkyrie '99
1500cc, 6.5kmi,
,i stored for overseas
tour. New tires,
runs great, $10,000 OBO.
S904-225-0500/301-379-8203
': Honda XR100R Dirt
SBike-Exc cond,
~ Ylf well-maintained, a
y to ride. For all
pics available,
(912)729-7244 $800.
A Kawasaki Vulcan
| 900 '06-Classic, 950
Z ml, Ocean metallic
blue, 2 helmets, 1
- riding jacket & I pair of
Gloves. All for $7200.Call
Jon at: (904)710-6814
Mini Chopper
Motorcycle 49cc,
A 4spd, electric &
4 kickstart, blue
w/red flame, looks
sharp, $850. Call
(912)-227-0930
SSuzuki Alstare '03
SGSXR-600, anniver-
17 sary edition. Many
extras, w/gear.
Mint condition. 2500 ml.
$7500 OBO. 904-200-2405

SXLCH Shovelhead
SHarley '67-Powder-
S coated frame
engine, transmis-
sion. extra fender, tank,
blue/white, $4500 OBO
Call Tim-(912)-552-5990
A Yamaha R6 '03 Exc
Condition, $1000 in
i Extras: Scotts
damper, frame
sliders fluth signals
/L530) 080
.1 ;79. 33_'.'1720.8J- 0. i
Yamaha RT180 '9d
airl Dike I 0 r.r
r. gr, -h :e run
9r-ia' .1-5,1 U nee
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Cadillac Rims 17"-
Brand new, $200.
Call 923-4881
A Car Top Carrier
Sport, 20-SV, Exc.
I Cond. $100 OBO,
Call 904-221-3363
4 Rims-17x8 chrome
spoked, fits Jaguar
and other makes,
$475. (904)757-7037
L Toyota Truck
Transmission '91
S5spd, $500. 249-3229

6 YF2450 & Raptor
S660 '04 Nerf bars, 30
hrs each, 7x13, rear
Sload trailer, very
clean, $9500. 651-8759

Automobiles


Acura Legend '91
T..,, i ar c,:,Jc
| ,l o..r .:,olcn I.-. :
-904-6-33.0 83 or


Acura Legend '88
Cheap, reliable
1 transportation.
Very good, running
strong. $1000 OBO. All
pwr options,
(904)-566-4666 or
(904)803-6283

F ACURA LX '03
D Fully equip. $11,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(7 ACURA RL '01
Chrome wheels,
fully equip. $15,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Acura RSX '03
Like new, moon-
roof; leather seats,.
side airbags, 5spd,
KBB price $15,800 OBO,
.' Must Sell! 757-8684
y ACURA TL '05
Silver, Navigation,
fully equip. $28,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA TL '02, Blk, Ithr,
sunroof, Michelan's, 6-CD
76Kml, $12,995. 610-1121
/ WACURA TL '05
VjPearl white/tan,
Navigation. Only
10K miles. $29,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SACURA TSX'04
White/tan leather,
( fully equip, only
3,000 miles. $21,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y AUDI A4 Quattro
2005.5. Leather,
sunroof, CD. $26,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 5251 '94
White/tan, leather.
.1 sunroof, 170k mi,
newly rebuilt,
transm good shape,
6CD, Fast1 Call
683-2777/955-0932
SBMW 325i '03 Only
38,000 mi. Prem &
sport pkg. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 BMW 3251C Coupe
'0S Millenium.
Silver, extra low
miles. $30,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMW 330i '06
Silver, premium
pkg,like new $35,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y BMW 645CI '04
Only 18,000 miles
Like new. $55,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Buick Century '92
S4dr, special edition,
t ^ '".;'hite me-chanlcal
.-'e o, i a oik inga
orre .1 '000 904-262.65i8

BUICK LACROSSE
06 Etro low n.dle.,
tull, eaugp i. 980i
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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CADILLAC CTS '03.
Platinum, Leather, 5sd
Loaded, 42,000, Miles.
$16,975. Call 777-9119
CADILLAC DEV-
ILLE '04. Diamond
pearl/white, sunrf
chrome wheels. $17,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CADILLAC VHS
'02. Fully
equipped. $14,900
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CADILLAC CTS '04
Diamond pearl
white. $21,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE







Styxx would like
to wish all his
customers a safe
& Happy Holiday

Bring in this ad for
extra Holiday
savings!
Military and First
Time Buyers
Welcome!

SWant to be treated
like fatlly, come to
S NIMNICHT
CHEVROLET
S1550 CASSAT AVE


7 CHEVY AVEO '04
V Only 23k miles, gas
saver. $10,340
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Chevy Coamro Z28
'85 $5000 OBO.
SPleae call HM2
Matthew Holmes
(904)349-1706 Email
Matthew.HolmesO
med.navy.mili
A Chevy Corvette '94
S Admiral blue,
.i0400hp, hard top, 95k
miles, new tires,
exc. cond. garaged,
$14k. Call Dusty:
912-576-3386

A Chevy Cobalt '06
LS, coupe, 5spd,
t 5yr-36k mile war-
ranty, sliver, tinted
windows, clean! 5900 mi.
$11,200 00B.
012-882-4137, Leave msg!

CHEVY IMPALA
'06 LS, Fully
equipped. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Chevy Metro '93
40mpg $799, no AC,
4 1 i T but runs good,
hatchback, blue,
88k mi. Maintained well.
317-6618

N Chevy Metro '93
40mpg $799, no AC,
I .L but runs good,
hatchback, blue,
88k mi. Maintained well.
317-6618

7 CHRYSLER SRT8
MAGNUM '06
Leather, surnoof,
Navigation, fully
equipped. $36,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 DODGE
CHARGER RT '06
Davlono Eailion,
H-lemi k miles. Na'.
r.nr.m.e angels 129 991)


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S DODGE
CHARGER RT '06
Hemi, Fully
equipped. $23,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A Dodge Shadow '94
AT, AC, $750 OBO.
945-7218, after 4 pm.
FORD CONTOUR -'98,
V6, 24 valve, 4dr, 1
owner, under 60k ml,
book value $4985, neg.
Call 355-7781
FORD CROWN VIC -'98,
Ex Police cruiser, police
chip, clean In/out, fully
loaded, roll down tv/dvd,
cd, Playstation, 12"
spkrs with amp, alrm, 4
brand new 16" tires, new
paint, $7000 obo. 710-6790
Ford Escort 2001-For sale
one owner appx. 68,000
miles clean, good cond.
I $4500 obo. Call or e-mail
982-1871b(Iv msg)
london _b6bellsouth.nel
Ford Explorer 97
.Ijr cLcr.,lll.:,r. air
oev i vurK, ,neeas
tires. $1200. Call '
904-246-8954, 472-1740.
183k miles.
A Ford Festiva '88
Blue, "ASJS", $450
OBO. 887-9042

Ford Mustang '01
6 cyl, 5spd, AM/FM,
I CD, $6000 or Best
offer, Call 729-4693
FORD MUSTANG GT '00
V8, 5spd, leather, loaded.
$8400 custom stereo syst,
low miles, exc cond.
$12,975. Call 699-9669
SFord Mustang '02
V6, pony pkg, Red,
S $8700. Call
912-576-2756/573-4009
7 FORD MUSTANG
V GT '05. Only 2600
miles. 6spd. $22,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD MUSTANG
ULJCONV '03 GT, fully
Equipped. $17,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A Ford Taurus '99
Clean, New Trans.,
X | 96k, Great Car,
$3500 OBO. Call
after 6 pm: 904-779-0048
k Girl Twin Bed
Like new, $100. Girl
41d toddler bed,
w/mattress like new
$50 (912)510-9994
HONDA ACCORD LX '03,
4dr, auto, PW, PL, like
new. $15,800obo. 651-5518
HONDA ACCORD EX '98
4drthr, Ithr, sunroof,
116K ml, $6500. 894-8823
A Honda Accord EX
'03 V6, loaded,
VI DVD, 6CD, sunrf,
new tires, 44k ml,
excellent condition,
$16,995, 904-874-5542

HONDA ACCORD EX '02
4d, 49,100ml, moonrf, at
ac,loaded $13,975. 777-9119
Hond'a Civic LX "02
spoiler, 55K miles, exc
cond. $10,500. 904- 807-
8749 or 904-742-2032
d Honda Shadow '84
VT700, 28k miles.
1|$1,895. Water cooled
shaft drive. Call
302-6473

INFINITI FX45 '04
Only 20K miles,
Tech pkg, fully
equipped. $33,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f7 INFINITI G35
U COUPE 03 Red/tan
Beautiful. $24,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
C INFINITI G35 ,
COUPE '04. Pearl
white/ftan, extra
low miles. $26,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Lexus ES300 '9J E 'C
Cnd LcOlrinr L,.'-aad

f LINCOLN LS '03
Leolaer. iunrrol
CD il5 995
998.0012
LEXUs OF JACKSONVILLE


[Automobilesi


MERCEDES C230
Kompressor '99. Black,
leather, loaded, 76K
miles. $13,975. 674-4444
A Mercedes Benz C240
'03Silver beauty,
tlJ sunroof, disc
changer, deluxe
pkg. Great ride, $19,500
OBO, Call 505-4780
MERCEDS C-220 -'96,
green, w/tan int. $4500.
Call 284-1489
Mercury Marauder "03
Black, 74K, PW, PDL,
cruise. $17,500. 223-4010
SMercury Cougar '97
XR-7, great run-
ning car, beautiful,
S all pwr options,
clean In and out,
w/leather, cold AC, $2500
OBO. (904)566-4666 or
(904)-803-6283

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

MITSUBISHI LANCER
ES '03 Runs great.
Cold AC, $7750. 334-1478
7 NISSAN 350Z
CONV '05. Nay, CD
Ithr, 10K mi.$28,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 NISSAN 350Z Conv.
'04 Touring. Only
17,000 miles. $27,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A Nissan Altima '00
4dr sedan, pwr win-
JI dows, doors, mir-
ror, seat, snrf, grey
Ithr, exc condition,
60,552 ml, $8200. 264-4696

NISSAN ALTIMA
2.5S '06. Like new.
$17,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Oldsmobile Cutlass
S '95 Runs & looks
t good, 158k ml,
needs trans. work.
$1300 OBO. 912-882-4137

PONTIAC VIBE
'03 Sunroof, CD,
alloys. $11,495
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A Pontiac Grand
S Am'05 SE, 6 cyl,
41I AT, 45k, like new,
$12,900. 904-757-7037

ff PONTIAC SOL-
STICE '05. Only 800
miles, leather, CD,
5spd, red/black top,
beautiful. $24,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
PORSCHE CARRERA 911
'03, 6spd, conv, like new,
40kmi, $49K. 276-7767
A Prostreet Camaro
S88c street car, new
motor, transmis-
sion, electronics,
tubbed 4 link, must sell,
make offer, 449-6383

Prostreet Camaro
BBC Streetcar
Vew motor, trans-
mission, electron-
ics, tubbed four link,
must sell, make offer
449-6383
PT Cruiser '05 Con-
vertible, Touring,
1 turbo, 18,500 miles.
Electric blue exte-
rior. Warranty extras,
$15k. Call 912-576-3437
SATURN L300 '03
Extra low miles.
$10,995. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
T oyota Corolla '00
70k mi, new tires,
CD, $6500 OBO.
4 Beige/tan, exc.
Condition, (941)993-2123
Toyota Camry LE "97
74K miles, AT, loaded
$4800 904-262- 8065
,y TOYOTA MATRIX
'06. Oni, 3060.,
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA TACOMA *01
Li. TRT-. Car : ..C
Torer i l ,9. c2l'2?J


TOYOTA TACOMA '04
Topper, 5spd, $13,995
(90)621-7324

Trucks,Vans, SUVs '00-05
ALL
Military
and
Civilian

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


Trucks/Tr ^aies
^^^^^---


RUNNER SR5'04
2WD, Loaded, $18,995
(904)652-3166
CHEVY SILVERADO '00
X-Cab. 4dr, red, V8, at/ac,
55,900 mi. Very clean
$10,995. Call 699-9669
$095 CHEVY TAHOE
Z71 4x4 '04. Lthr,
CD, sunroof $24,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A CHEVY Z71 Sll-
verado '00 4wd, full
I leather, CD, many
extras, $13,200. Call
Jim 505-7455/215-3608

(y DODGE
DURANGO SLT
'02. Leather, CD,
cream puff. $10,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Dodge Ram 1500 '05
S Off Road Pkg,
tL loaded, like new,
many extras, 20k
miles. TOP. Call Keith:
912-673-6303
/ DODGE RAM SRT
V10 '04. Viper
Motor, 10K miles.
$32,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A Dodge Ram '05
S1500, Off Road pkg,
1 Loaded, Like New,
Many Extras, 20k
miles, T.O.P. Call Keith
(912)673-6303.
A Ford Explorer '97
SXLT, white, 88k ml,
ilnew michelins, grey
Ithr pwr every-
Inling -J ,cleon, 1a11
Briar. -; i.nI is 8i'',

7 FORD
EXPLORER
Eddie Bauer '05
LEa!r!er., CD I9,89'
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Ford Expedition '04
S $25,000. Fully
S loaded, excellent
condition. PCS
overseas (904)-591-5532
A Ford Explorer
Sport '02-XLT, exc.
t|cond, new tires, 60k
ml. $8995 OBO.
(904)718-4335.
FORD F150 XCAB '02
Red, Sport, V8, AC,
Loaded, Very Nice, 75K
$14,975 777-9119
/ %\ FORD FI50
LARIAT 4X4 '02
$19,995. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE




(7 FORD F250
SUPER DUTY'03
Turbo Diesel, only
36k mi., $25,995 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD F350 '03 Super
Duty Lariat Pwr Stroke,
Diesel, 4dr, 4WD, Lthr,
auto, $29,995 621-7324
FORD RANGER XLT '98
Long bed/topper, very
clean, $4100. 904-540-2131
n, FORD SPORT
TRAC '05S. C'nl,
2i', 00O mile lulil',
Oauiop.a -1i99i
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA RIDGELINE '06
J I- n:,. n.le.: t,. 9 5


GMC YUKON LT
'04. Only 30,000 mi,
leather, CO. $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Honda CR-V '06
Nearly brand new
4 condition, only 8500
r miles, $21,000. Cell:
881-2886. Home:215-9037

7HONDA PILOT EX
9X'05. Burgundy, tan,
fully equip. $21,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

SINFINITI FX35 '04
SChamp/tan, only
30,000 mi. $26,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

e Jeep Cherokee
Laredo '91-White,
145k miles, all pwr,
runs great, 6cyl,
automatic, alloy wheels,
towing, $2400. 742-3525,
744-1794.

(y) JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE'01
Limited $11,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

y JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LTD
'04 4x4, V, fully
equip, sunroof. $19,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

MAZDA TRIBUTE LX '03
V6, loaded, low mi, very
clean $11,975. 777-9119

T/O TOYOTA FJ
I, J CRUISER '07
4x4. yellow, fully
equip, 8k miles. $31,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
'06 Low miles, loaded,
$19,995 (904)652-3166

TOYOTA SIENNA '03 LE,
Low miles, Loaded,
$13,995 (904)621-7324

f'\TOYOTA SEQUOIA
:p'03. Lthr, Sunrf, CD
Fully eauip T19 980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

TOYOTA TACO'.IA '02
.p>rl Siai 11-6-,

TOYOTA TACOMA '04
TRD, Access Cab, 4WD,
Auto $18,995(904)652-3166

fy TOYOTA TUNDRA
'03 Fully equip, only
36K miles. $19,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

/7 VOLVO XC90 '04
S Leather, CD, sunrf,
xtra low mi. $27,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


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2006 Cadillac SRX
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ONLY 28,988

2006 Cadillac Escalade "EXT"
Sunroof, Nay Sys, Loaded, Only 8,000 Miles!!
Only $44,988

2005 Cadillac SRX
Moonstone, 23,000 Miles, Sharp!!
Only $24,988


2005 Cadillac Deville
Ice Blue, Memory Seats, Loaded, Certified!!
Only $21,988

2004 Cadillac CTS
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2004 Cadillac SRX
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From $23,988

2003 Cadillac Deville
Beautiful, 26,000 Miles, Certified!!
Only $18,588

2003 Cadillac CTS
Midnite Blue, Very Clean, Priced To Sell!!
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Touring. Save
thousands. 2 to choose
from. $18,950
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

SDodge Grand
SCaravan '99
S Sport, handicap
ramp & hand con-
trols, over $20k in mods.
105kmi, $14k OB0, Call
406-0060

Dodge Ramisoo '98
Conversion Van,
Hi-top, leIather Into-
rior, CD AM/FM. Is-
sette player w carou-
sel, 82K, excellent I
condition. 1 owner, I
asking $5-00
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