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New Uniforms
Change Expected Next Year
Page 3


Resolutions
Setting New Goals For A New Year
Pages 4-5


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CircusFit
Circus Performers Visit YAC
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 2007
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Getting


ready for


the big one

Drill to close NH Jax
Outpatient Clinics half day
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville and Branch Health
Clinic (BHC) emergency response plans will be
put to the test in multi-event, escalating, disas-
ter drills Jan. 19.
Hospital Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono said
hospital beneficiaries should be aware that the drills
will impact hospital Outpatient Clinic appointments
and that they might notice some unusual activity at the
hospital and its BHCs related to the drill.
Bono noted that the drill is required of hospitals
accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation
of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) every five years.
"More importantly, she said, "the event is crucial in
ensuring that hospital and BHC personnel are fully
prepared to cope with a real disaster as quickly and
effectively as possible, when time saved can mean lives
saved."
The drill will be integrated with a base-wide drill
coordinated by NAS Jacksonville responders.
Simultaneously, all seven of the hospital's Branch
Health Clinics located throughout Georgia and Florida
will execute their own drills, all feeding information
to the hospital Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
said Hospital Disaster Preparedness Officer Dana
Shropshire. The drill scenarios will involve both natural
and man-made disasters, varied at each military instal-
lation. They are designed to give the response teams
experience with a disaster as overwhelming and diverse
as what responders were faced with in Hurricane
Katrina.
Cognizant of the effect that this evolution could have
on the hospital and BHC beneficiary population, Bono
and the hospital's Executive Steering Committee (ESC)
directed in early December that Outpatient Clinic ap-
See DISASTER, Page 13


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Naval Hospital Jacksonville will conduct a
Disaster Drill on Friday, Jan. 19 beginning at
11 a.m. The Emergency Room and Acute
Care Clinic will be available to see patients
for urgent or emergent care. All outpatient
clinics and the Branic Health Clinic will be
closed after 11 a.m. for appointments to par-
ticipate in the drill.


Establishments placed off-limits
The Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board
(AFDCB) has placed the Crossroads Show Bar
and Beaches Gentlemen's Club on Mayport Road I


off-limits to military members. The board has
received reports of several violent incidents
that took place in these establishments involv-
ing military members.
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r. Martin Luther King Jr. was born Michael Luther
King, Jr., but later changed his name to Martin. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
He attended segregated public schools in Georgia, 1929 -1968
graduated from high school at the age of 15 and received a
Bachelor of Arts degree in 1948 from Morehouse College. In Boston, he met and married Coretta Scott, a young
After three years of theological study at Crozer Theological woman of uncommon intellectual and artistic attainments.
Seminary in Pennsylvania They had two sons and two
where he was elected presi- daughters.
dent of a predominantly white SPECIAL OBSERVANCE PLANNED In 1954, King accepted
senior class, he was award- the pastorale of the Dexter
sed norclass, he was award- The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Observance will be held to- the astorale of the Dexter
ed a Bachelor of Divinity in day from noon to 1 p.m. at the All Saints Chapel. The Jean Avenue Baptist Church in
1951. Rlbault High School Gospel Choir will perform and Angela Montgomery, Ala. By this
King's grandfather began Spears from First Coast News will serve as guest speaker. time, King was also a member
the family's long tenure as For more information call Lt. Kennetta Smith at 542-2486, of the executive committee of
pastors of the Ebenezer Ext. 155 or HMCS(AW/FMF) Bryce McNair at 542-3304. the National Association for
Baptist Church in Atlanta, the Advancement of Colored
serving from 1914 to 1931. People, the leading organiza-
His father took-over thereafter and from 1960 until his tion of its kind in the nation.
death Martin Luther acted as co-pastor. In December 1955, he accepted the leadership of the
With a fellowship won at Crozer, he enrolled in graduate first Negro nonviolent demonstration of contemporary
studies at Boston University, completing his residence for
the doctorate in 1953 and receiving the degree in 1955. See MLK, Page 13


It's a girl!

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Photo by HN LeeAnn Lowman
Naval Hospital Jacksonville celebrated the first baby delivered at the hospital in the new year Jan. 2. Coming into the
world at 9:03 p.m. was 7-pound, 14-ounce, 20.5-inches long McKenzie Rae Keller. Her parents are, Katie Keller and
Staff Sgt. Robert Keller. He is attached to the Army's 3rd Division of the 20th Special Forces Group, Alpha Company out
of Camp Blanding. He is currently serving in Iraq. Delivering the Keller's special new year's package was Lt. Cmdr. (Dr.)
David Breazeale, Family Medicine Resident Lt. Robert Mitchell, Nurse Jose Feliciano and HA Celia Romero. On Jan.
4, the family was presented several items in recognition of Katie being the hospital's first 2007delivery. In the photo
with the newborn and her mom are: Katie's mother, Dolores Foster and sister, Carly McCollum (kneeling). Standing
are: Layette Chairperson Marcia Konruff, Chapter Member Marie Corey, Bobbie Magnussen, Chapter President and
Chaplain Amy Johnson. The chapter presented a gift certificate to the parents for use at an area restaurant and a layette
for the baby. Presenting a special certificate from the hospital in honor of the occasion as well as "Baby's First Seabag"
filled with a layette, sheets and blankets and Morale, Welfare and Recreation gift certificates was Naval Hospital
Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono (holding McKenzie).


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Looking back in time ...





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ON THE HOMEFRONT



Betty Ford gives spunky



women hope, acceptance


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor


My mother and I sat over plates
of Christmas-dinner leftovers
while my husband, Dustin,
wrestled with the wire trappings of
a new toy, and our oldest son, Ford,
drew pictures of Batman at the kitch-
en table.
"Daddy, do you think you'll be presi-
dent someday?" Ford asked.
Before Dustin could respond, my
mother cut in and said, "No, Ford,
your mother has already taken care of
that possibility for him."
It's been a longstanding joke that
Dustin can never aspire to public
office because I have an imperfect
past, strong opinions, and the honesty
and/or lack of humility (depending on
how you look at it) to share all of it
with everyone. I have never believed
that I should behave in a certain way
to further my husband's career.
I won't hide my struggle with
postpartum depression or my ten-
dency toward hypochondria. I open-
ly begrudge cats and the appoint-
ment system at the naval hospital.
And when I drink too much, I like to
paint my face, flip upside down on
the couch, and sing "New York, New
York" as my alter ego, Mr. Chin.
To many this means Dustin's theo-
retical political future is, well, his-
tory.
For his part, Dustin, perhaps fool-
ishly, says that my faults and honesty
make him a better man who might
otherwise be "very boring."
Still, I haven't heard him mention


anything about running for mayor.
Having said all this, I regret I
never paid much attention to for-
mer President Gerald R. Ford and
his wife, Betty, until the president's
death last month. I was only just born
by the time the Fords left the White
House.
Like the rest of the country, how-
ever, over the last few weeks, I've
been mesmerized by Ford's funeral,
and more specifically, by a now-frail
and aging woman who was the first
lady more than 30 years ago. Betty
Ford has captivated my attention and
sent me running to the Internet to
learn more about her. As I did so, I
wrestled with a constant urge to say
out loud, "You go girl!"
For a woman who was a product of a
male-dominated time, on top of being
a politician's wife, Betty Ford blazed
trails with a mind of her own and a
frankness that sometimes shocked
people. Open about everything from
her alcoholism, mastectomy, and even
her desire to sleep with her husband
"as often as possible," Mrs. Ford blew
a whole in the theory that women-
especially women married to promi-
nent men-should only look good in
photographs and keep their mouths
shut.
And yet, here's the best part, Mrs.
Ford made female outspokenness not
only acceptable, but dignified, note-
worthy and encouraged. Thirty years
later, she is poised and beautiful next
to her husband's coffin, commanding
respect because she was always the
woman she was and not the woman
society expected her to be.


Some in the military-in my opin-
ion, the last frontier for 1950's cas-
serole-baking housewives-could
learn much from Mrs. Ford. It wasn't
that long ago that service members
were judged professionally by their
spouse's participation n the Spouse
Club and her ability to coordinate a
dinner party. Presumably, a husband
whose wife suffered from alcoholism,
as did Mrs. Ford, would be considered
a hazard to his career.
Although times have changed some-
what, the military still has a long
way to go. People consistently write
to warn me that my column and opin-
ions could become a negative reflec-
tion on my husband and his career.
And I know many liberal military
wives who keep their political feel-
ings incognito so as not to uninten-
tionally hurt their husband's reputa-
tion. Good or bad, necessary or not,
military wives who loathe to "tow the
line" still often feel oppressed by their
husband's occupation. We could take
some lessons from Betty Ford and her
example of a wife who can be herself
and support her husband at the same
time.
So, to answer my son's question,
Will daddy ever be president? Well,
that depends on daddy. But if he
should ever take us to the White
House, you can be sure I'd have a
really hard time keeping my mouth
shut. And, oh, I'd bring Mr. Chin with
me, too.

Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


Navy Drug Lab changes specimen drop-off procedures
From the Navy Drug Lab window. Specimens can be However, a record of the private courier (ie. FedE
dropped off inside the lobby dropped off packages can UPS, DHL).
Due to renovations, the entrance to the laboratory, be made in a logbook at the The drop-off window
Navy Drug Screening Building H-2033 on Adams drop-off location. If con-
Laboratory is no longer Avenue. firmation is needed, cor- closed for approximate
accepting drop-off speci- Receipts for drop-offs mands can send their speci- one year to accommoda
mens through its drive-up are no longer provided. mens by certified mail or by building renovations.


- MA2 NATHAN OUELLET

i Job title/command:
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Hometown: Derrv. N.H.

Family Life: Married to
Yukiko. We ha\e two daughters. Olivia and Yukina.

Past Duty Stations: AOE 3 Seattle, Mobile
Security Detachment 31. Joint Task Force. Guanta-
namo Bay. Cuba

Career Plans: To become a civilian police of-
ficer.

Most Interesting Experience: Working in
Guantanamo Ba\. Cuba.

Words of Wisdom: Pray


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Hey, MonevMan!
I keep seeing these arti-
cles in the paper about
payday loans, title loans,
refund loans and other plac-
es that say these companies
target and rip-off our mili-
tary service members.
If they charge these
extremely high inter-
est rates and if these loan
sharks are so bad, why
doesn't someone put them
off limits? Is the military
doing anything to keep our
service members away from
these places?
MonevMan Sez:
Sure seems easy, doesn't
it? If these places are
out there ripping-off our
military members they
should be placed off limits.
Unfortunately, it is not so
easy. If a state declared a
lender to be operating with-
in the law, on what grounds
could a commander place
that lender off-limits?
What recourse would that
lender have and how about
all of the other places out
there that have not been
placed off limits? Would
the military member be
allowed to go to another
place that was not yet on
the off-limits list, but essen-
tially charging the same
rates?
Right now there are more
payday lenders in American
than there are McDonalds
and Burger Kings com-
bined. Placing them all off
limits would be a challenge!'
What is the military doing
about it? Recently the
Chief of Naval Operations
released a message to com-
manders and commanding
officers about predatory
lending practices.
He noted that command-


MLK holiday store hours
The commissary will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
Monday. The commissary is open from 7-9 for early
shoppers (15 items of less). The Navy Exchange will
be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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SUNDAY SERVICES

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

Sunday - 8:15 a.m. - Holy Eucharist
Episcopal
9:30 a.m. - Catholic Mass
11 a.m. - Protestant
Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is
at 9:45-10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is
10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.




~jalrNjII New

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .................... Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer.........................Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief.................................CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer............................................................ Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer................................... Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor........................................................................... Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor........................................MC(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Staff Writer.......................................MC (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer ..............................................MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Design/Layout ..............................................................George Atchley
The JA AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the Military
Services. Contents of the J AIR NEWS do not necessarily reflect the official
views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense,
or the Department of the Navy. The appearance of advertising in this publica-
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the Department of Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and
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ers and commanding offi-
cers must be concerned
about increasing num-
bers of our Sailors and
Marines who are falling
prey to predatory lenders.
He went on to say, "This
situation demands intru-
sive leadership. It is not
enough to merely verbalize
the financial risk to your
most vulnerable Sailors and
Marines.
Rather, your leadership
must be aware of each
member's general financial
health and closely guide
those who need help. This
must be a sustained, long
term effort employing all
the financial assistance
available in our institu-
tions." He also noted that,
"This is a leadership issue
to ensure we are taking
care of our own."
Clearly the best way to
keep our military families
and others away from these
predatory lenders is to pro-
vide education, appropriate
legislation and regulations,
and to make sure viable
alternatives are available.
There are many alter-
natives to predatory lend-
ers available including the
Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society, credit unions and
banks.
The military is taking
action to make sure our ser-
vice members are informed
of these alternatives. Now,
it is the duty of each service
member to take advantage
of the options available and
take responsibility for their
own financial readiness.

More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


File photo
St. Edwards Catholic Chapel in 1953.


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ERIC BINDERIM

Job title/command:
SProgram Analyst
NAS Jax Business Office


Hometown: Wichita. Kansas


Family Life: Niarried to my wife,
Stacy.

Past Duty Stations: Naval Air Depot Jax

Career Plans: To be successful at w hate\er I
choose to do.

Most Interesting Experience: The transi-
tion from military to civilian life.

Words of Wisdom: Live life to the fullest!


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New uniforms expected


for summer
By Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs
Task Force Uniform announced Dec.
14 that the fleet can expect to see
two new uniforms appearing in Navy
Exchanges by late summer of 2008. "We
have coordinated with suppliers and man-
ufacturers of the uniforms and we're on
track for mid 2008," said CMDCM Robert
Carroll, Task Force director.
One of the two uniforms being rolled out
in 2008 is a single Navy working uniform
for wear by all Sailors El to 010, and a
year round service uniform for all Sailors
E6 and below.
The uniforms will be sent to Navy
Exchanges and Uniform Centers over a
24-month period. Fleet outfitting will take
place in eight increments starting with
fleet concentration areas.
Recruit Training Command Great Lakes
will start receiving the new uniforms in
the beginning of FY09. Uniforms should be
available to all regions within 24 months of
the initial roll out, according to NavAdmin
351/06.
The all ranks uniform is a BDU-style
working uniform designed to replace seven
different styles of current working uni-
forms. It is made of a near maintenance-
free permanent press 50/50 nylon and cot-
ton blend. Worn with a blue cotton T-shirt,
it will include an eight-point cover, a black
web belt with closed buckle, and smooth
black leather boots. Black suede no-shine
boots are available for optional wear when
assigned to non-shipboard commands.


of 2008
A single, year-round service uniform for
Sailors E6 and below is comprised of a
short-sleeve khaki shirt for males and an
over-blouse for females. Both are made
from a wash and wear 75/25 polyester and
wool blend with permanent military creas-
es. Black trousers will be worn by males,
and beltless black slacks and optional
beltless skirt are to be worn by females.
Both will wear a black unisex garrison cap.
Silver anodized-metal rank insignia will be
worn on shirt/blouse collars and cap.
The service uniform will also include a
black relaxed-fit Eisenhower-style jacket
with a knit stand-up collar and epaulets,
on which petty officers will wear large,
silver anodized-metal rank insignia. Those
entitled to wear gold chevrons will con-
tinue to wear gold chevrons on the large
metal rank insignia on the jacket.
The new uniforms are a result of recom-
mendations made based on interviews with
Sailors, command site visits, comprehen-
sive research, and data collected from two
Navy-wide uniform surveys. The surveys
collected feedback from more than 60,000
Sailors throughout the fleet. Another key
factor used was survey data received from
Sailors who participated in a seven month
wear test.
Until the new uniforms are available for
wear, all existing uniform regulations will
apply. During the expected two-year tran-
sition period, Sailors will be required to
maintain a complete inventory of sea bag
items with each reflecting a professional'
appearance.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVII.LE, Thursday, January 11, 2007 3
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Naval Hospital

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Naval Hospital Jacksonville is hosting
its quarterly Town Hall Meeting Jan.
17 and you're invited!
Being "First in Service" means
listening to you, our beneficiaries, and
allowing you to voice your compli-
ments, concerns and suggestions.
At our Town Hall Meetings you're
able to do just that with face-to-
Sface time with the hospital's lead-
ership. We look forward to seeing
ng
you there.

Jan. 17, 2 p.m.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
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Flu vaccine arrives at NavHosp Jax
From Naval Hospital ]ax Public Affairs federal holidays. The Family Medicine
Clinic is offering the vaccine from 7:30
Naval Hospital Jacksonville has a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
received about 10,000 doses of flu They are closed on federal holidays. The
vaccine, with a second shipment hospital's Wellness Center is planning
due in early December. The immuniza- a Flu Immunization Clinic at the NAS
tion will be given to all TRICARE-eligi- Jacksonville Navy Exchange around the
ble patients enrolled at Naval Hospital second week in December. It will be open
Jacksonville. to all eligible military members. Specific
The Internal Medicine Clinic is offering information on date and location will be
the vaccine from 8 a.m. - Noon and 1-3:30 provided when the second shipment of vac-
p.m. Monday through Friday except on cine is received.


FFSC offers command leadership training on the prevention of domestic violence


From Staff
The Fleet Family Support Center at
NAS Jacksonville is offering train-
ing on domestic violence and child
abuse prevention for all command leaders


Jan. 30 from 8 a.m. to noon at The Zone.
All commanding officers, executive offi-
cers, command master chiefs and leading
petty officers are invited to attend.
The training will cover the dynamics of


domestic violence and child abuse, new Since 2001. the Department of Defense
reporting procedures, victim advocacy, has made domestic violence prevention
Navy legal aspects of domestic violence, a priority. To reserve a seat, call Sandy
prevention strategies and responsibilities Jones at 542-2766, Ext. 115 or email san-
of command leaders. dra.jones2@navy.mil.


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Lt. Cmdr. Anthony Donaldson from Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville weighs himself using a scale at the fitness center.


Fitness Instructor Wendy Tappan (facing group) instructs a yogalates class at the fitness center.


i' . ? ' SKSN Amber Weaver opts for a piece of fruit instead of des-
AN Mark Dulay from HS-11, fixes himself a salad at the Flight sert at the Flight Line Cafe.
Line Cafe. Eating salad with low-fat dressing instead of french
fries can save at least 300 calories.


By MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Staff Writer


Laura Campbell (left) instructs a water aerobics class at the base indoor pool.


Military members and civilians work out on brand new Flex
Deck, shock absorbing treadmills at the Fitness Source. These
are just some of the 35 pieces of new cardio equipment.




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we put them in the BodPod (an air dis-
placement chamber) which tells us how


ach new year, thousands of people
make resolutions about ways to
change their life. The most popular
is losing weight, but others range from
just eating better to quitting smoking.
Sailors, civilians and families aboard NAS
Jacksonville who wish to change their life
have the advantage of one-stop resolution
resources.
The base gym, fitness and wellness cen-
ters have several programs in place to help
people no matter what changes they want
to make.
"We offer three major programs: tobacco
cessation, ship shape and health and fit-
ness assessment," said HM3(SW) Martha
Ringrose, who operates the front desk of
the wellness center. "We have everything
people need to get started."
For those who wish to kick the nico-
tine habit, the wellness center stocks sev-
eral nicotine replacement therapy prod-
ucts such as patches, gums and lozenges.
Personnel can also receive Zyban after a
consult and prescription from a doctor.
The "ship shape" program is an eight-week
program for those who want to lose a sig-
nificant amount of weight and the health
and fitness assessment (HFA) tests body
composition, blood pressure, cardio ability
and the basal metabolic rate.
"When a person comes into for an HFA,


HN Anniebell Taylor checks the blood pressure of SK2 Timothy Ingersol during his Health and
: Fitness Assessment at the Naval Hospital Jacksonville Wellness Center.


Fitness Instructor Val McCartin (far center) instructs a group during the Getting Started class.
This class is designed to help beginners get started in a low-impact aerobic program.








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Heath Stephens
lifts a 5-pound
medicine ball
as he prepares
to throw it
into a basket
while working
on the Ab Solo,
a new piece
of equipment
at the Fitness Source.
When asked what
he thought of
the new equipment,
he breathlessly said,
























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'nuch excess fat they are carrying," said
Ringrose. "From there we can tell them
how many calories they should consume to
either lose, sustain or gain weight."
If weight loss, or just overall fitness is
your goal both the base gym and fitness
center can help.
"We've recently spent nearly $200,000
on new cardio equipment," said Tim.
McKinney, athletics director for the gym
and fitness center. "Some of our machines
had nearly 50,000 miles on them and
most are expected to last for about 25,000
miles."
The new equipment includes 15 new
treadmills, three tread climbers, 10 sta-
tionary bicycles and 12 new elliptical train-
ers. According to McKinney, along with the
fitness classes they usually offer such as
powerfiex, kickboxing and step aerobics,
they will soon hire two additional fitness
assistants to walk the floor of the fitness
center.
"The fitness assistants will ensure that
people are using the equipment correct-
McKinny, so there is a reduced chance of injury.
Additionally, they will be able to answer
.questions about the machines and perform
minor maintenance," he said.
The assistants will also be available on a eannie Young uses one of thenew elliptical Capt. Joe charting, a reservist who works at Navy Region southeast, swims laps at the pool
limited basis to assist personnel individu- trainers at the fitness center.
ally with their weight loss goals. Year's motivation is beginning to wear off for exercise.
The fitness center will also continue its so we can give them a reason to keep work- than run," he said. "Basically the idea is to fitness assistant jobs. Applicants must be
periodic incentive programs. ing out." swim the mileage to the Florida Keys using certified through a nationally recognized
We try to throw in incentive programs According to McKinney, the next incen- the pool in the gym. Every mile a person association.
after the resolution 'high,"' said Meghan tive program will be Swimming to the swims will count for five miles towards the For more information on the Fitness
Brophy, former fitness director for the Keys. Keys." Source, call 542-3518, for the Wellness
Fitness Source. "This is different because it's designed to McKinney also wanted to note that they Center, call 542-5292 and for the gym, call
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NH Jax Family Medicine offers new


By Teresa Botkin, RN
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Depression Disease Manager
The Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Family Medicine Department
(FMD) has unveiled its new
Depression Management Program.
The program helps dealing with
loss, such as the death of a loved one,
a recent divorce or the loss of a job.
For military families it may be sepa-
ration from loved ones. People experi-
encing feelings of sadness, stress, lack
of energy, fatigue, or who are experi-
encing a change in sleep patterns or
loss of interest in favorite activities
may be suffering from depression.
Depression, an illness that is com-
monly under treated, may be associ-
ated with biochemical changes in the
brain. More that just a feeling of sad-
ness, it affects day-to-day thoughts,
feelings, actions and physical well-


being. Depression responds well to
treatment: people do get better. The
National Institute of Mental Health
(NIMH) statistics show that in any
given one-year period, 9.5 percent of
the population or about 20.9 million
American adults suffer from a depres-
sive illness; however, experts esti-
mate that only 34 percent of people
with depression seek help.
At Naval Hospital Jacksonville, the
Depression Management Program
provides help for patients assigned
to the military treatment facility who
suffer from depression. It is a col-
laborative process in which the .phy-
sician, the patient and the depres-
sion disease manager work closely
together as a team to help patients
and their families manage depression.
Family Medicine Residency
Associate Program Director Cmdr.
Joseph McQuade is very excited about
the new Depression Management


depression management


Annual vow renewal event coming up Chapel offers marriage prep
From Staff From the NAS Jax Chapel


he ninth annual St. Valentine Marriage Vow
Renewal, sponsored by the NAS Jacksonville
Religious Ministries Program, is planned for Feb.
10 at 6 p.m. The vow renewal will be held at the All
Saint's Chapel followed by a fellowship buffet dinner and
dance at the at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. Music will be
provided by the Navy Band Southeast.
All hands are invited to attend. The cost is $3 per
person E4 and below, $7 per person E5 and E6, $10 per
person for E7-E9, $12 for 01-03, $13 for 04-05 and $15
for 06, retirees and civilians. The dress is semi-formal.
Complimentary childcare will be provided by NAS Jax
Child Development Center staff members.
Call the chapel at 542-3051/52 for more information.

Attention all military personnel
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NAS Jax Chapel
W ill you have a happy 2007? I can guarantee you
won't if the most frequent emotion you feel is
anger.
Ok, who doesn't get angry? The capability is in all
of us because it's a God given emotion. My Bible even
says it's ok to get angry; Psalm 4:4 & Eph 4:26, it's how
I choose to channel that anger that I really have to be
careful with. (James 1:19,20)
Were you aware that anger is a secondary emotion
and not a primary feeling? An er arises out of fear. hurt
frustration or a combination
of these three feelings. And
the No. 1 enemy of love is
unresolved anger.
Are you dwelling on some-
thing you dread? That's
fear. Have you not seen the
action or heard the words
that you were expecting
from someone meaningful o" . :'
to you? That's hurt. Do you
have many unmet expecta-,
tions? This is where frustra-
tion is born.
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frustration not adequately
dealt with builds up and leads to unresolved anger
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pushed far enough, reveals itself in our way of deal-
ing with undesirable life issues. Also realize it doesn't
have to be something "big" which others too would rec-
ognize as powerful enough to push us over the edge. It
can be something as trivial as seeing the toilet seat in
its "improper" position that sets us off and causes even
more confusion for those we care about because all they
might see is you getting angry over a toilet seat. Now in
the full scope of life issues, how insignificant is that. Yet
I know a marriage that broke up and the only reason the
wife would give had to do with the toilet seat position.
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fear, hurt or unmet expectation that is fueling the anger,
too often people look to only change the surface actions
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A DAY IN THE LIFE


Mass communication


specialists tell Navy's stories .
By DCFR Jeanette Morton I I
Staff Writer
H ave you ever won-
dered who puts the
base newspaper
together or wondered where _.. _ -.-
the information for Navy
NewsStand comes from? -
One of the Navy's newest
rates called mass commu-- "
nication specialists (MCs),
are responsible for telling _
the Navy's stories to read-
ers all over the world.
MCs serve everywhere in ':
the Navy including ships, 04
overseas and stateside com- .o.
mands reporting major
news from their commands.
The functions they serve
are practically limitless.Photos by MCI (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
arUnlike other branches MC2(AW) Regina Brown interviews PSSA Hai Tran for a news MC2(AW) Regina Brown of the Public Affairs Center Detachment Mayport prepares her cam-
of the armed forces whose story. era for a studio appointment.
media personnel only spe- ,
cialize in one area such as 3
writing or video photogra-
phy, MCs are trained to
write, edit, layout maga-
zines and newspapers and .
shoot both video and still
photography.
Many MCs are also
skilled broadcast journal- .
ists who can put together
video packages for the
Naval Media Center as
well as run their own radio
shows.
On June 29, 2006 a cer-
emony officially marked the
merging of the journalist
(JO), photographer's mate
(PH), lithographer and
illustrator/draftsman rat-
ings into the MC rating. tA
The conversion between
the four rates brought dif-
ferent opinions from every -me w
one involved. "It's an oppor-
tunity to broaden my knowl-
edge on all the rates, which
allows me to expand my
performance for the needs
of the Navy," said MC1(AW)
Melissa Robertson-Leake,
who was a PH before the
conversion.
MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca ..
Kruck was a JO before the
conversion. "The hardest
part of the conversion for. -
most people was learning .
how to write stories. As a
JO, I already had experi-
ence writing, but there is
still a lot I can learn from . ,
the other rates I merged
with," explained Kruck.
Navy Chief of Information
Rear Adm. T. McCreary
spoke with Sailors and ''
pinned the new rating
badge on to eight Norfolk-
area MCs after the conver-
sion. 4 X.
"I want the basic Mass
Communication "A" School .
graduate to be able to write
stories, take photographs,
shoot video and deliver that -
information in multiple for-
mats to multiple customers
anywhere in the world in . ,
one hour," said McCreary, '" "
as he explained what is
expected of an MC.
"The mass communica- "
tion rating is about bring-
ing skills together from .
all ratings in the MC field
and making one big visual
image," he added. . .- - 4p
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Want to make chief - control your


By FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
H oo-yah, warriors! I'd like to
use my column to address
those of you eligible to
take the chief petty officer exam
and those hot-running junior
folks that want to start now in
getting ready, this will pertain to
you soon.
You've done really great so
far. You've taken the hard jobs,
worked hard to meet the Navy
mission, taken care of your junior
folks, and you should be study-
ing hard to pass the exam and
become board eligible.
But you're not done just yet.
I have to ask you - is your
resume ready to show those
crusty old master chiefs you can
"be the chief?"
I don't know how many times
I've asked that question getting
an enthusiastic, "You bet, fleet!"
I find out later his or her records
were in a shambles.
Being board eligible only gets
you in the door. Your record, or
resume, makes you a chief.
So what to do? First, make
sure you have a CD copy of your
BUPERS record. You should
already have it and be reviewing
it. If not, you're behind, so order
one up now. You can also check
the new electronic service record
at https://nsips.nmci.navy.mil/,
but the BUPERS CD should be
the most accurate.
Now compare reality with the
CD. Is everything in your field
record matching up with the CD?


FROM THE FLEET


Is either of them missing some-
thing critical? The only person
you should trust to take care of
your record is you. If something
is missing, take action.
Now you're probably asking
yourself is what do they look for?
Fair enough.
Advancement selection boards
are designed to be as impartial
as possible. The board mem-
bers can only consider what's
in the record, and the Selection
Board page on the NPC web-
site has a "factors for selection"
brief you can review. It's not
all-inclusive, but it will give you
an idea. (http://www.npc.navy.
mil/Boards/ActiveDutyEnlisted/
CPO+Selection+Boards.htm)
Board members get an elec-
tronic version of your record, and
that's all, so this is you proving
you're ready to be a chief.
If it's complete, then you've
done all you can do. Your record
now competes with the other can-
didates.
If it's missing anything, if there
are gaps in timelines, if evalu-
ation bullets and award certifi-
cates aren't matching up, if there
are discrepancies, then you have
a problem.
How do you check this?
First thing I would look at is
the evaluation summary. This
will list your eval history, what
commands you were at and when.


FLTCM.(SS/SW) R.D. West
If all the dates match consistent-
ly, you should be all right.
Since we are here, I want to
address what many consider to be
a sore subject - promotion recom-
mendation and ranking.
I receive feedback from the com-
mand senior/master chief boards
concerning this topic, and it holds
true for all boards, so I want you
to understand the thinking.
The board understands each
command uses the promotion
recommendation/ranking to deal
with its specific issues. Some com-
mands do it well so it helps the
Sailor and the board; others not


so much.
While departmental rankings
may spread the wealth and ease
the pain of making a peer-rank
decision, it does not help the
boards. It's looked at as "cheat-
ing" the system to allow for more
EPs and avoid having to make
the hard call. It also makes it dif-
ficult for the board to distinguish
the true superstars. Regardless,
the Board goes through each and
every record and makes the best
call it can.
Also the board is not tossing
your record in the trash if you
are not the EP all the time.
Consistent progression in promo-
tion recommendations works well
for you. All Board closing com-
ments have repeatedly mentioned
that even going from P to MP in a
large peer group compares as well
or better than an EP in a much
smaller group or one of one. The
board tries to consider all differ-
ent situations and circumstances,
but for our purposes here keep in
mind two general rules: 1) consis-
tent progression is a good thing,
and 2) ranking in a large group
says more than smaller groups.
After going through the evalu-
ations, check the CD for awards,
Page 4s, qualifications, etc. Is
everything there? Have you
earned something recently that
isn't? You must get the updates
sent in.


destiny

That begs the question - what
do you send in to the board?
That's a good one.
Generally, send in only what
does not appear in your CD. And
limit that to the important stuff.
Having to review several
records per day for a few weeks is
tough. The harder it is to find, the
easier it is to miss.
Avoid sending in things that are
already documented in your Page
4s or evals. And all those letters
of designation as Morale, Welfare
and Recreation representative
or volunteerism appreciation ...
they're not needed either.
Focus on major professional
qualifications like warfare quali-
fications, MTS, and civilian certi-
fications. If you have any recent
(and major) updates to your Page
4s, send those. Any major per-
sonal awards are good too. If you
have submitted a statement con-
cerning an evaluation, you can
add that as well.
For guidance, hunt down a for-
mer board member at your com-
mand and ask, but if it's already
in the record or documented, don't
send it.
Warriors, the board will select
the best candidates it sees based
on the resumes. How well yours
stands up against the others
depends on the interest you take
in your resume and your perfor-
mance. As long as you are taking
care of business, and you ensure
your record reflects that, you have
as much a chance for selection as
the next person.


The commissary - savings benefit for military families


By Beth Wiruth
Special Contributor
If you are a regular reader of my columns you know last
week I confessed that I do not make New Year's reso-
lutions. But that does not mean that I don't set goals
for myself and my family.
This year I have added one more goal - to focus this
column on finding, researching and reporting on benefits,
resources and organizations that contribute to our quality
of life as military families.
The commissary is one of our most visible benefits but it
is often misunderstood. Before I get into the details of this
benefit I want to say a quick word to Guard and Reserve
families: Your commissary benefits have changed. You
now have unlimited access to the commissary. Present
your dependent ID to gain access to the base and to pur-
chase your items at the commissary.
The commissary is provided to active duty military
service personnel, guard and reserve, retirees and their
families. Per congressional mandate items are sold at cost
plus five percent. The five percent surcharge added at the
bottom of your receipt is not a tax as some think. This
surcharge is put back into the commissary to fund new
construction, upgrade equipment, and expansions.
Independent market research shows that you can expe-
rience 30 percent savings on your overall food bill. For a
family of four this means an annual savings of roughly
$2,700. Some departments have a higher savings than
others but your overall food bill can be 30 percent lower by
shopping at your local DeCA commissary. By the way, this


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savings includes the surcharge.
You can further enhance your savings by using coupons.
Yes, you can clip and save! You can even print coupons
from the Internet and use them at the commissary for
additional savings on your food budget.
Did you know that when your local grocer advertises
low-priced 'rancher's choice' meat products this is actually
the lowest grade of meat available to sell?
The commissary cannot sell that grade. Not only are
their meat products of highest quality, an Army veteri-
narian validates the quality of meat products sold at your
commissary. You may wonder why meat available at com-
petitors looks more "red".
Many meat packers add carbon dioxide to make the
meat appear fresh or 'red' longer. The commissary does
not do this but you can be assured of its freshness. So in
short, in the meat department you are getting a higher
grade of meat at a lower price.
Your commissary general manager is dedicated to mak-
ing your shopping experience the best it can be. Don't
hesitate to talk to them about products you would like
to see or to schedule an informative and fun tour of your
commissary.
Check out the commissary Web site at www.comissar-
ies.com for recipes, nutritional tips, links to coupons and
sweepstakes from commissary partners and even a virtual


NOSTRA offers six new eyeglass frames


By Larry Coffey
Navy Medicine Support Command
Public Affairs Officer
avy-issued eye-
glasses became
much more vogue
Nov. 1. That's when the
Naval Ophthalmic Support
and Training Command
(NOSTRA) introduced its
latest "Frames of Choice"
program, offering an addi-
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active duty Navy, Marine
Corps and Coast Guard per-
sonnel.
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frames to active duty mili-
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personnel serving in some
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local commissary.
I want to highlight the commissary's scholarship pro-
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CircusFit


its
By Shannon Leonard
MWR Marketing Director
NAS Jacksonville
partnered with Feld
Entertainment to
bring CircusFit to a group
of children attending holi-
day camp at the NAS Jax
Youth Activities Center
Dec. 28.
The children were enter-
tained by clowns and circus
music, while participating
in warm-up exercises, jug-
gling, hula-hoop games,
jump roping and much
more.
Holly Harrington, direc-
tor of Event Marketing
and Sales for Feld
Entertainment, stated "this
is a fun and exciting way
to show kids fitness as well
as a way to reach out to the
military community and
show our appreciation of all
the armed forces."
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with a water bottle, stuffed
animal, clown nose and a
free ticket to the Ringling
Brothers and Barnum &
Bailey Circus, which is
coming to the Jacksonville
Veteran's Memorial Arena
Jan. 17-21.
Through the CircusFit
Program, the Ringling Bros.


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and trapeze artists and
many other performer-ath-
letes help show youths an
awe-inspiring and action-
packed approach to health
and fitness, motivating
them to get up and move
with games and activities
that are more play than
work.
The CircusFit Program
provides educators, youth
group leaders and parents
an easy-to-follow, flexible
structure. CircusFit les-
sons combine educational
health and science informa-
tion with physical move-
ment and exercise so that
fitness can be integrated
into almost any curriculum
or time frame.
United States health offi-
cials have identified a new
epidemic impacting the
youth of America, childhood
obesity and inactivity. The
number of children affected
is staggering. According to
the U.S. Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, the
percentage of children and
adolescents who are defined
as overweight has more
than doubled in the past 20
years.
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overweight children are-


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CircusFit participants get an opportunity to learn how to
juggle from some real professionals.
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Photos by Shannon Leonard
A group of kids from the NAS Jax Youth Activities Center
clown around with professionals from the Ringling Bros.
Barnum and Bailey at the CircusFit Program.

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Shanya Warthen and Dean the Clown practice their hula
hoop skills during the CircusFit Program at the NAS Jax Youth
Activities Center Dec. 28.


A group of kids from the NAS Jax Youth Activities Center
warm up before participating in the CircusFit Program Dec.
28.
more inclined to be prone to gram implemented to help
a host of weight-related ill- motivate children towards a
nesses, including diabetes healthy lifestyle and hope-
arid heart disease in adult- fully to eventually improve
hood. CircusFit is a pro- these statistics!


Neither the Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
Department nor the U.S.
Navy or any other part of


the federal government offi-
cially endorses any compa-
ny, sponsor or its products
or services.


GLASSES: One frame of choice per year


From Page 8


gram began in part when advertise-
ments in the early 1990's poked fun
of service members wearing the stan-
dard military issue frames, known
affectionately as birth control glasses.
"It became a quality-of-life issue,"
Newton said. "The advertisements
made that very clear. After this the
Department of the Navy medical
department started the process of
developing a program to begin offer-
ing choice of frames to active duty
personnel."
Newton said active duty service
members who have not been issued a
frame of choice during the past year


from a military fabrication lab are
eligible to order new frames of choice
eyeglasses, even though they may be
wearing military-issued eyeglasses or
glasses that were purchased from a
civilian store. All that is required is
a current eye exam that is less than
two years old.
"Current guidelines are that per-
sonnel can have one frame of choice
per year," Newton said.
"If during that year they damage or
lose their eyeglasses, they can request
another pair. If their eyesight chang-
es to the point they need a new pre-
scription, they can also get an addi-
tional frame of choice. And, we do not
require they send in the old frames."


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If so, you completed
a Post-Deployment
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and are now entitled to a
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Be aware of test prep scams


From the Navy College
Office Jacksonville
Over the years,
DANTES has pub-
lished a variety of
"consumer alert" articles in
the DANTES Information
Bulletin concerning fraudu-
lent and misleading practic-
es by a number of agencies.
Because military members
and their families are a
large, concentrated target,
they are highly vulner-
able and in a position to be
uniquely exploited.
Many installations have
large numbers of young
service members and their
spouses who may be receiv-
ing their first regular pay-
check and who may lack
the financial sophistication
needed to recognize and
avoid potential fraud.
Education officers, coun-
selors, base legal officers,
financial assistance advi-
sors and commanding offi-
cers must be aware and
provide a concerted effort to
educate potential targets.
A major pattern of abuse
has been identified across
military installations with-
in the United States, which
uses the College Level
Examination Program
(CLEP) name by unscru-
pulous salespersons to sell
"so-called" test preparation
materials.
These salesmen target
military bases by scour-
ing the East Coast dur-
ing one year, then mov-
ing to the central United
States, finally ending up at
installations on the West
Coast or overseas.
Some set up tables at
the base exchange, claim-
ing they are authorized to
sell encyclopedias and edu-
cational materials in the
Navy Exchange and Army/
Air Force Exchange System;
some claim to be from the
base education center and
make appointments in the
member's home.
The extreme mobility of
both military members and
military attorneys allows
these sales companies to
move around the country,
change names and operate
until they are once again
exposed and banned from
the installation. Once
this occurs, the companies
simply move to a different
region of the country.
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unscrupulous agents lies in
their continuous promise
that they are selling CLEP
home-study kits which will
prepare individuals for the
CLEP test.
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study materials are inad-
equate for preparation
and the claims made by
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false. Some study pack-
ages include encyclopedias,
which are not necessary.
To make matters worse,
the materials often cost as
much as $2,300. Some com-
panies tell the service mem-
bers they can use tuition
assistance or GI Bill ben-
efits, which is not accurate.
Contracts are normally
written with a down pay-
ment, i.e., $75 and the
remainder in monthly pay-
ments of $75-$80. When
the service members real-
ize they have been cheated,
they are told that they are
obligated to reimburse or
threatened with destruction
of their credit rating. Often
the test preparation
company and the lending
party are in close alliance
(or one in the same) and
purposely intimidating.
The companies promise
quick, easy fixes to getting
a degree through testing.
Some include information
on specific schools with
external degree programs,


such as Thomas Edison
State College, Excelsior
College and Charter Oak
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represent one of these
schools.
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may even include a sample
diploma from one of these
schools. Claiming they are
affiliated with a specific
school can create a negative
public attitude toward the
school.
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tives for acquiring needed
study references for CLEP
and other credit-by-exam
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tests are distributed to
all DANTES test centers,
available for test control
officers to download from
the DANTES Web site, and
are available free to any
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subject Standardized Tests
and Excelsior College
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on the DANTES Web site
at http://voled.doded.mil/
dantes/exam/index.htm.
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college bookstore or college
textbooks at base or local
libraries.
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ber has been induced by
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Commission (FTC) is inter-
ested in companies who sell
using unfair or deceptive
practices. The FTC moni-
tors predatory scams and
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patrol operations and the global war on terrorism.


VP-5 Executive Officer Cmdr.
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Robert Maxie dinner at NAS
Sigonella's "Finest in the
Mediterranean" galley during
holiday festivities Dec. 25.


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Sailors reminded to update records regularly


By Lt. Robert Johnson
Navy Personnel Command
Communications Office
Navy Personnel Command
(NPC) is reminding Sailors
to review their records
before selection boards, using
NPC's Early Warning System that
can rescue a promotion opportu-
nity.
The early warning system can be
used one week before the selection
board's convening date. However,
Sailors should be reviewing their
records at least six months prior to
this date.
Board recorders will arrive to
review the records of promotion-
eligible Sailors one week before
the selection board convenes. It's
not the responsibility of the record-
ers to interpret records; they only
verify continuity and complete-
ness of records. Missing officer and
enlisted evaluations will be noted
at https://www.npc.navy.mil/Apps/
SB_Discrepancy_list/.
During this timeframe, a mem-
ber may visit the site and enter his
or her social security number to
see if a record discrepancy is noted.
Discrepancies will be displayed
along with a note giving the defini-
tion and guidance on submitting
corrections. The service member
is then responsible for quickly cor-
recting these errors.
While the online discrepancy
check is a good last-minute insur-
ance against missing items, a com-
prehensive record scrub six months
in advance is essential.
"Besides being listed in instruc-
tions, it is good career manage-
ment to maintain one's record,"
said Cmdr. Steve Lepp, director of
Officer Career Progression, Pers-
480. "With the web-based tools it
is much easier to monitor and cor-
rect your record than it was in the
old days of microfiche. No one has
more interest in your career than
you do."
Six months out, the service
member should visit the BUPERS
OnLine (BOL) Web site and order
their official military personnel
file. Next, the performance sum-
mary record (PSR) and enlisted


summary record (ESR) or officer
data card (ODC) should be checked
and verified. Updates and cor-
rections to these can be made by
following the directions on BOL.
When checking records six months
out service members should sub-
mit corrections to PERS-312. For
the mailing address visit http://
www.npc.navy.mil/CareerInfo/
RecordsManagement/.
If a selection board is about to
convene service members must
send missing information via letter
to the board president. Your letter
should be sent by mail or fax to
the NPC Customer Service Center.
This information must be received
at least one day prior to the start-
ing date of the board.
No one other than individu-
als being considered may submit
information directly to a board.
Information sent to the board will
only be used during the board and
will not be changed in your perma-
nent record.
Officers and enlisted members
who served as individual augmen-
tees (IA) should ensure their offi-
cial records reflect this service.
NavAdmin 273/06 and NavAdmin
300/06 give information on
advancement points, Navy enlisted
classifications and additional quali-
fication designations given for IA
service.
"Boards are giving additional
consideration for personnel who
serve on IA missions in support of
the global war on terrorism, so it is
very important that eligible mem-
bers make sure the board knows
about their accomplishments by
their records," said Lepp.
Officers and enlisted members
are strongly encouraged to call the
NPC Customer Service Center at 1-
866-U ASK NPC (1-866-827-5672)
or DSN 882-5672 to confirm receipt
of their package for statutory pro-
motion selection boards. They may
also check the customer service
Web site online using the CSC link
on the NPC homepage:
https://ahdsedstwsl6.ahf.nmci.
navy.mil/OA_HTML/jtflogin.jsp.
Below is a board preparation
checklist that can be used to make
sure your records are up to date.


* BUPERS Online (https://www.
bol.navy.mil) is your main tool for
board preparation and helps you to
be proactive in making the most of
your promotion opportunity. Order
your official military personnel file
four to six months before the board
from https://www.bol.navy.mil click
on "Request Record on CD."
* Check your PSR and ESR or
ODC on https://www.bol.navy.mil
click on "ODC, OSR, PSR, ESR"
* Submit missing information:
- Normal circumstances:
Navy Personnel Command
Phone: (901) 874-3351
DSN: 882-3351
PERS 312 Fax: (901).874-2851
DSN: 882-2851
5720 Integrity Drive
Millington, TN 38055-3120
- Prior to board convening:
Signed letter to the president of
the board. The letter must reach
the board at least one day prior to
the starting date of the board.
Correspondence through the U.S.
Postal Service must be mailed to:
Navy Personnel Command
Customer Service Center
President, FY-08 (Active Duty or
Reserve) (Grade) (Line or Staff)
Promotion Selection Board #
(Check online for board number)
5720 Integrity Drive
Millington TN 38055
Correspondence through commer-
cial service (FEDEX, UPS, DHL)
must be mailed to:
Navy Personnel Command
Customer Service Center
President, FY-08 (active duty or
Reserve) (Grade) (Line or Staff)
Promotion Selection Board #
(Check online for board number)
5640 Ticonderoga Loop Bldg 768
Room E302
Millington TN 38055
* Ensure official records reflect
any individual augmentation mis-
sion.
* Check https.//www.npc.navy.mil/
Apps/SB_Discrepancy_list/ every
day the week prior to board conven-
ing. This will note any discrepan-
cies in your package, and indicate
where to submit corrections. The
board candidate is the only person
who can submit these corrections.


Navy announces 2007 Calendar for America


From Navy Office
of Community Outreach
The Navy announced
the 2007 Calendar for
America last month,
setting forth the official
schedule of Navy Weeks in
cities across America in the
coming year.
In 2005, the Chief of
Information (CHINFO)
began a comprehensive
initiative to conduct and
align national Navy image,
awareness, and branding
efforts more effectively by
coordinating existing Navy
outreach assets which pre-
viously operated indepen-
dently.
"A key tactic in this effort
is the execution of dozens of
Navy Weeks across America
each year, which collective-
ly make up the Calendar for
America," said Cmdr. John
Wallach, director of the
Navy Office of Community
Outreach. "During a typi-
cal Navy Week, the Navy
establishes a concentrated
presence in a U.S: city,
leveraging a major commu-
nity event such as an air
show, state fair, or large-
scale festival. On average,
a Navy Week garners more
than a quarter million live
impressions and more than


4.4 million impressions via
regional media outlets."
Multiple Navy outreach
assets are scheduled for the
Navy Week, to include the
Blue Angels, Leap Frogs,
ship visits where possible,
Navy Bands, namesake
ship crews, flag officer
speakers, Sea, Air and Land
and Explosive Ordnance
Disposal displays, the
Department of Defense's.
America Supports
You grassroots organiza-
tions and premiere recruit-
ing assets such as the F/A-
18 flight simulator, Navy
NASCAR.show car, and
new Accelerate Your Life
Experience. Forty-two Navy
Weeks have been conducted
to date.
The 2007 Calendar for
America has been estab-
lished as follows:
Tampa, Fla. - Gasparilla
Pirate Festival, Jan. 20-27
Galveston, Texas -
Galveston Mardi Gras, Feb.
14-20
Atlanta - Golden Corral
500, March 12-18
Phoenix/Tucson - MLB
spring training, March 15-
28
Louisville, Ky. -Thunder
Over L'ville, April 16-22
Omaha, Neb. - Offutt AFB


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Air Show, April 30-May 6
Denver - Cinco de Mayo
Festival, April 30-May 6
Philadelphia - Stotesbury
Regatta, May 13-19
Charlotte, N.C. - NASCAR
Speed Street, May 16-26
Little Rock, Ark.
Riverfest, May 21-27
Chicagoland - Rockford,
Ill. Air Show, May 30-June
10
Oklahoma City - Star
Spangled Air Show, June
4-10
Chattanooga, Tenn. -
Riverbend Festival, June
9-17
New England - New
England Navy. Week, June
20-July 4
Detroit - Gold Cup
Hydroplane Races, June 27-
July 15
Pittsburgh - Three Rivers
Regatta, July 1-7
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Indianapolis Air Show,
Aug. 20-26
Cincinnati - Riverfest,
Aug. 27-Sept. 3


St. Louis - St. Louis Air
Show, Aug. 29-Sept. 7
Salt Lake City - Utah
State Fair, Sept. 6-16
Memphis, Tenn. - Mid-
South Air Show, Sept. 17-
23
Dallas - Texas State Fair,
Oct. 1-7
Twin Cities, Minn. - Twin
Cities Marathon, Oct. 7-14
Raleigh, N.C. - North
Carolina State Fair, Oct.
14-21
San Antonio - Celebrate
U.S. Military Week, Nov.
4-10
For more information on
the Calendar for America
or to find out how to par-
ticipate, contact the Navy
Office of Community
Outreach at 901-874-5800
(DSN 882-5800) or visit
www.navy.mil/navco/dis-
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times in the United States, the bus boycott described by
Gunnar Jahn in his presentation speech in honor of the
laureate.
The boycott lasted 382 days. On Dec. 21, 1956, after the
Supreme Court of the United States had declared the laws
requiring segregation on buses unconstitutional, blacks
and whites rode the buses as equals. During these days
of boycott, King was arrested, his home was bombed, he
was subjected to personal abuse, but at the same time he
emerged as a Negro leader of the first rank.
In 1957, he was elected president of the Southern
Christian Leadership Conference, an organization formed ,.,
to provide new leadership for the now burgeoning civil Li
rights movement.
The ideals for this organization he took from
Christianity; its operational techniques from Gandhi. In
the 11-year period between 1957 and 1968, King traveled
more than six million miles and spoke more than 2,500
times, appearing wherever there was injustice, protest
and action.
Meanwhile he wrote five books as well as numerous arti-
cles, and led a massive protest in Birmingham, Ala. The
protest caught the attention of the entire world, providing
what he called a coalition of conscience and inspiring his '
"Letter from a Birmingham Jail", a manifesto of the Negro
revolution.
He planned the drives in Alabama for the registration
of Negroes as voters and directed the peaceful march on
Washington, D.C., of 250,000 people to whom he delivered
his a "1 Have a Dream" speech. He also conferred with
President John F. Kennedy and campaigned for President
Lyndon B. Johnson.
For his outrightness he was arrested nearly twenty
times and assaulted at least four times. However, he was
also awarded five honorary degrees; was named Man of =
the Year by Time magazine in 1963; and became not only
the symbolic leader of American blacks but also a world :.
figure.
At 35, King was the youngest man to have received a
the Nobel Peace Prize. When notified of his selection, he
announced that he would turn over the prize money of
$54,123 to the furtherance of the civil rights movement.
On the evening of April 4, 1968, while standing on the '
balcony of his motel room in Memphis, Tenn., where he
was to lead a protest march in sympathy with striking
garbage workers of that city, he was assassinated.

DISASTER: Drill starts at 11 a.m.

From Page 1

pointment scheduling be curtailed for the period of the
drill. The hospital drill begins at 11 a.m., therefore, the
last patients booked on Jan. 19 in the clinic areas will be
seen at 10:40 a.m.
"The Central Appointments Office is working to limit
inconvenience for our beneficiaries as much as possible,"
Bono explained. "They've blocked out appointment book-
ings for the hours of the drill. Although no one should
be scheduled for that time period, if you are concerned
about your appointment for that day you can call Central
Appointments at 542-4677."
The hospital Emergency Department and Urgent Care***
will continue to see patients with emergent and acute
conditions. Beneficiaries may notice increased activity as ,
personnel portraying "victims" arrive in the Emergency
Department for care.
Both the Navy Exchange Satellite Pharmacy and the
hospital pharmacy will provide services, as normal during.
the drill.
In-patient care will also continue in a normal routine, ,,-
including admission of visitors. Hospital patients and visi- ,
tors may notice security personnel at the hospital entranc- -
es who may ask for identification from people entering and
leaving the facility, just as they
would in the aftermath of a real mass casualty event.
They may also hear directions to those participating in the
drill broadcast on the hospital public address system.
Bono expressed her apologies for any delays or inconve-
nience this drill might cause beneficiaries and her appre-,
ciation for their cooperation. The staff looks forward to .m
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Mission First, Sailors Always

BOWLING CENTER
For more information call 542-3493.

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

Xtreme Bowling
Every Saturday
9 p.m. - Midnight
$10 per person (includes unlimited bowling and shoe
rental)

THE ZONE COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for more information.

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

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

AQUATICS
For more information on aquatics call 542-2930.

"Swim to the Keys" Program
Feb. 1 - May 1
Log the number of miles you swim.
Everyone wins a prize!
I.T.T EVENTS
For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.

The Players Club
May 7-13


Photo courtesy of MWR
The band RAPOSO will perform two free shows at NAS
Jax Jan. 13. The first show will be held at noon at the Youth
Activities Center gym for youths 12 and up. Free lunch will be
offered. For information, call 778-9772. The second concert
will be held at The Zone at 8 p.m. Call 542-1335 for details.
Two autographed guitars and other door prizes will be given
out.
Monday - Wednesday tickets - $30.25
Thursday - Sunday tickets - $60
Weekly Badge - $165

The Gaithers in Concert
Jan. 26, 7 p.m.
$23- $30

FCCJ Broadway Series tickets on sale now!
Sweet Charity - Jan. 28 at 1:30 p.m. ($62.50)
Rent - Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. ($50.50)
Mamma Mia - May 20 at 1:30 p.m. ($65), May 20 at 7
p.m. ($53)

LIBERTY COVE

RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5
single or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.

Jacksonville Barracudas vs. Fayetteville Fire Antz Trip
Tomorrow
$5, includes ticket and transportation

Raposso Concert
Saturday
Free at The Zone


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

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Beerfest (R)
Jan. 19, 7 p.m. - Gridiron Gang (PG-13)
Jan. 20, 5 p.m. - Everyone's Hero (G)
Jan. 20, 7 p.m. - Invincible (PG)
Jan. 26, 7 p.m. - School For Scoundrels (PG-13)

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

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Jan. 23 for active duty
Jan. 25 for retirees and Department of Defense personnel

Saturday Golf Blitz
Tee times begin at 11 a.m.
$15 per person
Includes prize purse and team, individual and skins
awards.
O'CLUB & T-BAR
For information on booking command or private functions
at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club main
office, 542-3041.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday - Friday, 3 - 7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3 - 7 p.m.
YOUTH
ACTIVITIES CENTER
For more information, call 778-9772.
Karate classes
Ages 5-17
Tuesday and Thursday, 5:45-7 p.m.
$35 a month and a $40 registration fee.
AUTO

SKILLS CENTER
Call 542-3227/3682 for more information

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


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By Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
N aval Hospital Jacksonville is offer-
ing free high blood pressure and
high cholesterol group education
classes for patients enrolled at the military


treatment facility.
Do you have high blood pressure or cho-
lesterol? Is your blood pressure consistent-
ly over 120/80? The high blood pressure
and high cholesterol education classes will
give you useful information on how to man-
age your condition and lower your risks for


heart problems and other complications.
Did you know that for every 10-20 points
your blood pressure is elevated, your risk
for heart problems doubles. Further, 70
percent of all patients do not have their
blood pressures controlled sufficiently to
prevent complications. Uncontrolled blood


pressure is the second leading cause for
kidney failure.
Patients enrolled at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville or one of its branch health,
clinics may call 542-7961 to register for a
class.


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Sports officials anoI
and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals td officiate soccer, softball,
football and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are
also needed for basketball Experience is not required.
If interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
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 Wednesdays 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.
Flag football league forming
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists and command Department of
Defense personnel. Entry forms and rosters are due
by Jan. 19. The season will start this month with games
played in the evenings. All interested personnel should
contact the base gym to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Racquetball tourney coming up
A Captain's Cup Men and Women's Racquetball
Tournament will be held Feb. 5-9. The tournament is
free and open to all NAS Jax active duty, selective
reservists and command Department of Defense men
and women. Participants will earn participation points
for their command toward the captain's cup and
can earn additional points for finishing first, second
and third place. There will be a separate men and
women's division. Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign up
by Jan. 31.


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA Jax
No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each month.
Meetings are held in Building 612 on Jason Street at
NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and the first Saturday of the
month from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For more information, call
772-0242 or Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings are
held the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.
at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more information,
call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meet-ings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has service officers available
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 p.m. to
help with claims. To make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945. The chapter also
offers bingo every Saturday at 10 a.m. The public is
welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active
and Retired Federal Employees invites all active and
'retired employees to"their regular monthly meetilig
the second Tuesday of each month at 1 p.m. at the
Orange Park Library on Plainfield Avenue in Orange
Park. For more information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the first
Wednesday of every month at the clubhouse (Building
1956) adjacent to the Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to attend. The Navy Jax
Yacht Club is a members only club open to all active
duty, reservists, retired military and active and retired
Department of Defense civilians. For more information,
call 778-0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held the sec-
ond Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at The Country
Cabin restaurant located on Blanding Boulevard.
This organization is open to any single, divorced,
separated, or widowed that have children of any ages.
For more information, please check out our Web site
at www.pwpnflorida.com or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second Thursday of each month
at 10 a.m. at the Calvary United Methodist Church,
112 Blanding Boulevard across from the Orange Park
Mall. Moms and children are welcome at all activities.
For information contact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or
go to momsclubopw@yahoo.com.


Soccer meeting is Feb. 7
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists. The meeting will be held at
11:30 a.m. in the Building 850 conference room.
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 America) race and your time
must be one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in a sanctioned race and your time meets
the regional qualifying time, contact your base athletic
director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:


Men 19:00
Men 34:00


Marathon

Triathlon


Women 24:00
Women 46:00


Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
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.


The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's meet-
ing is held the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.
at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins Road. For
more information, call A01 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939. You can also visit
www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association, Inc.
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice Moore at 244-7950 or
Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984, Nation-al
Archive and Retired Federal Employees Associa-
tion extends an open invitation to all currently em-
ployed and retired federal employees to our regular
meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of each
month at the Murray Hill United Methodist Church,
(Fellowship Hall Building) at 4101 College Street. For
more information, call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds its
monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each month at
5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban League, 903 West
Union Street. Interested personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington at
542-7715, Ext. 102 or email Herlena.Washington@
sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association, Chapter
FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of each month
at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all those interested
in motorcycling and motorcycle safety. They also have
a weekly get together at the Dairy Queen on Kingsley
Avenue at 7 p.m. every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens is holding
a special free family day Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.
For more information, call 355-0630.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will hold
their monthly meeting Jan. 20 at 1:30 p.m. at the
Webb-Wesconnett Library, 6887 103rd Street. For
additional information, contact Mary Chauncey at
781-9300.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will hold
a seminar Feb. 24 at St. Paul's Catholic Church in
Riverside, The guest speaker will be J. Mitchell Brown,
MA, who specializes in professional genealogical
research in Alabama, Georgia and Florida. For more
information contact, Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.


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Register now for little



league, girl's softball


From Staff
The Navy Ortega Lakeshore Little
League Baseball, Girls Softball
League and Challenger Division
which plays aboard NAS Jacksonville,
across from the Navy Exchange/
Commissary parking lot, is now registering
for the 2007 season.
Registration is being held Jan. 20 and
27 at the NAS Jax field and this Saturday,
Jan. 20 and Jan. 27 at Thrifty Outdoors
(across from Target on U.S. 17) from 10
a.m. - 2 p.m. The cost is $95 per child
and $65 for additional family members.
Military families have been a part of the
league since inception and are highly


encouraged to continue the partnership.
Ages Division
5-7 T-Ball
7-9 Intermediate
pitching machine
9-12 Minor and Major
13-14 Junior
15-16 Senior
Girls Soft Ball
8-11 Minor League
12-12 Major League
The season will begin March 3 and run
through June.
Registration may also be accomplished
by logging on to www.noljax.org. For addi-
tional information, contact the league office
at 778-0311.


Local park offers free classes


From Staff


he following free classes are offered
at Westside Regional Park Nature
Center, 7000 Roosevelt Boulevard,
located across from the NAS Jax Main
Gate during this month. To sign up for
classes, call 630-CITY.
Nature Crafts: Seed Art
Jan. 22, 1-2 p.m.
January is a good month to find seeds out
in the wild. Learn about different methods


of seed dispersal while using found and
purchased seeds to create an artistic pic-
ture or mosaic. Registration required.
Wee Workshop: Seed Safari
Jan. 31, 1-2 p.m.
Calling all wee nature explorers (aged 7
years and under) and their adult compan-
ions to join in on a seed safari! We'll hunt
for all types of seeds and use clues to help
us discover what type of plants these seeds
will become.


College scholarships offered by organization
From LA FRA Unit 91
The Ladies Auxiliary (LA) of the Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) is offering several
college scholarships. The following are available:
The LA FRA Unit 91 Scholarship is awarded to a member, child, grandchild or
stepchild of a Branch 91 or Unit 91 member. Mail requests for applications to: LA FRA
Unit 91, 5391 Collins Road, Jacksonville, FL 32244.
The Southeast Region Past Regional President's Scholarship is awarded to a member,
child or grandchild of a member of a FRA Branch or LA FRA Unit within the Southeast
Region. Mail requests for applications to: Jean Burke, PRPSE, 1221 Bayshore Drive,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233.
The FRA/LA FRA National Scholarship programs include several scholarships in vary-
ing amounts awarded by the FRA and its LA to members, dependent children or grand-
children of members of any branch or unit of the organization. Mail requests for applica-
tions to: Fleet Reserve Association, 125 N. West Street, Alexandria, VA 22314.


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throom hs floor to 32, 2c gr start country Club Pummm n County Rea Estate Wanted
. custom painted mural SouthManarn Beauty kayak launch platform. Drect access to St. Marys LAND HOME PACKAGE hr recorded ssae
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double oven. Trver- bdba plus office SF heated, 5500 sf overall. $.6 million, on .25 acres n Miscellaneous
security system,~,n O Historic A range, lig ondal
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Luxury WESTSIDE International Airport, 10 minutes from Kings Bay $980 Down s595 Month 2$-00AtcrEs Minie g froo
en sall Mr. Lewis 783-8385 2o-900res. Miles of roe o Ca NO !
REPO BLOWOUT !0! Submarine b9se. fronta8e, ponds, creeks near C Dw Mo
Amenities Many to choose from, Home is in a woodlands setting on a quiet MIDDLEBURG 1-20. Horse country, top 10
Await You! 771i-9055in Lor 962-1086 creek with vistas of marsh and water, it has 4 MOVINGI MUST SELLI retl.et .comnity, 389.179
Gorgeous 4/2, 2957sf Ask for Emma. bdrms, 3 baths, 2 half baths, large kitchen with 3/2, 16005F+ Over Acre Col owner 803-640-3497
(2397 heat & air) cus- walk-in pantry, large island, SubZero refrigerator, and a Half. Won't last! 8:30-5:30 M-F
tom brick home in WESTSIDE breakfast nook, large living room w/brick fire- $895 per month.
siCopper Creek subdivio No banks needed. place, large dining room, study, 5 creened and 874.1862 or 291-3100.adle
chandelier with NO qualifying. 710-9204 open porches. Screened deck is secluded with
RSworaski crystals, solar-heated pool. Your own private deep well for MIDDLEBURG
Romanesque master Westside ManyNew Homes irrigation. Security system, plus protection of New 4/2, 1600 SF, Mobile
bathroom has floor to 3/2, 2c oar start 0 $155K gated community. Home on a Large Wooded TIRED of making
ceiling trovertine Call Mark, Value Link Just steps from the house, enioy 200+ feet on Lot. $875/Mo. Must Sell! 2 house payments 7AF
marble with col- Investments 954-534-6989 the water, sit on your own fixed dock and keep CALL TODAY 291.0716 Want Out ???
umned roman tub, Call me
crystal chandelier, Keller Williams Reolty your boat at the 30-ft floating dock. Also, custom MIDDLEBURG I BUY HOUSES.
custom painted mural, Soalh Mandarin Beauty kayak launch platform. Direct access to St. Mar'ys MIDDLEBURG I BY AKAE-0hr reorEdS.sage
cherry cabinets, Waterford Estates River, Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic. 3750 3/2 Double Wide 1-88641-SELL X 8034 LARGE
double oven. Traver- 3bd 2ba plus office SF heated, 5500 sf overall. $1.6 million. on 1.25 acres Ind1-864SELX
tine marble through- 5285,000 Mark McCumber-designed Par 72 golf course Mlddleburg/ Keystone.
out. Custom hand cut (904) 476-8617 for info 1 2,3 BEDR 0
marble floor medal- named among top 10 in Georgia by Golweek $980 Down. $749 Ma. ANGELO BUYS
lions, lush landscaP- magazine. Osprey Cove has a Clubhouse, Restau- SAve (9s4ds2HUSS7AS
ing, irrigation system, rant, grille, putting & chipping greens, driVing CALL (904) 291-2735 Anycond, handY, OM ES
security system, cn- aerange, lighted tennis courts, junior Olympic pool, distressed, vacant or
trial vac, surround cabana bar, fitness center, boat launch & dock. dIstressed, vacant or
water softener. No' Plus RV & boat storage. St. Marys, a historic sea- Mn c rANY CONDITION...
homeowner's associa- CALLAHAN 4br/2ba DW, port village, named the best small town in Apts/comm' I/residential
tion. Too many extras LR, DR, Den, o5acres. America by Money Magazine. H eNO DEAL TOO BIG or EAS W O I KS I I A A
to list. See PicSSt: MIst Coast ReMALL
to list. See pics at: 1st Coast Realty For more details and photos, see DUVL, CLAY, NASSU uck losinMALLs or
Macclenny4sale.cm. 904-879-1008 www.forsalebyowner.com, No. 20771184. DUVAL, CLand Homes & PacSSAU Quick closing -
(904) 334-2741/334-2740 Contacts: 912-729-3810, ospreycovehouse@tds.net. $980 Downs 595 Month904-626-1636
F43-I3-0Call Mr. Lewis 783-8385 904-680-7435


ORANGE PARK
Harbor 4/3, cul-
lagoon lot, fenced
open floor plan. 71
ORANGE PARK
Owner will give
$1000 to move in.
fin. All new $169k
Hercules. 716-7


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furnished, towels,
linens, all cook /
dinnerware,
glosses, vacuum.
television New
appliances
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Summer House 5
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4/2, fenced yard, on
cul-de-sac, $1375
monthly, N/S/.
(904)317-6862 or
(904)541-1050. PCS.
ARGYLE brand new 4/2
& 5/3 upgrades, next to
Argyle Elem. $1295mo -
$1395mp. 904-236-9889
FLEMING ISLAND
WATERFRONT HOME--
FOR RENT. Swimming .-
Pen Dr. 3/2.5, fenced yd,
2 car garage, $1850mo
904-616-0866
LAKE ASBURY Silver
Creek, 4/2 brick, comm.
pool, great schools,
$1175m. 904-699-6968
Orange Park-
Eagle Harbor-3/2 +
t den on water,
Immaculate Short
term, small pet ok. PCS
move. $1350/mo.
757-689-8454
ORANGE PARK Eagle
Harbor 4/2 2 car garage,
2200sf. $1700mo avail
now ; 4/2, 2 car gar
2500sf new paint, ready
2/15/07 $1900/mo call
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3BR, 1275sf, 2 car
garage, Scrnd
patio, 10mi from
x. $1,100/mo. 238-1658



ARGYLE
3/2, LR, DR, FAMILY ROOM,
BONUS RM, FENCED YD
REF REQ $995/MO. 778-2897
ARGYLE 3/2, SPLIT BDRMS,
VAULTED CEILINGS, FPL
FENCED YARD, NO PETS.
REF REQ $1050/MO. 860 7219
ARLINGTON Brookwood
S Forest Sub, 2/2, 1112 SF,
garage. $1150mo.+dep
Call 904-535-2802
- Arlington
3/2, bkyd, fenced,
pool deck, front
porch, dog house, 1
car gar, w/carport, 4car
driveway. 1700sf,
$1100/mo. Please Call
Robert: (904)234-3652,
and leave msg/email
r.meggs@gmail.com
INTRACOASTAL lyrs old
4/3+den,2360,, 2car gar,
culdesac, $1600m.
Summerbrook 904-866-1431
INTRACOASTAL WEST
3bd/2ba, LR, DR, Kit.,
new cpt. 2car gao,.
Kernan & McCormick.
$1275m+dp. 904-521-1551
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Irg lbr, hdwd firs, 2
blocks to ocean $890 incl
util,court yd 904-233-3341
MANDARIN 3741 N. Ride
Dr. Immac. 2 story, 3/2,
Master downstairs,
$1200m. 759-9314 / 955-3830


PALENCIA 2/2, IUXUry
life style tons of ameni-
ties, short walk to pool,
Eagle 1st fir, new. $174K. Call
de-sac Bob 904-662-7198
d yard,
16-5207 ST. AUGUSTINE-Heri- C las if
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- 4/2, was $289k, now $239,900, lassif
Syou make offer, surrounded
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110 S. to 1-95, 766 Red HouseAd
'766 Branch Rd. E. 923-0959

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MANDARIN ABR/2BA, 2
car, pool, remod Inside
& out, 1650SF, $1400mo.
rgway580gmail.conm
NORTHSIDE - 4933 Trout
River Blvd. 2/1, CH&A,
couple only, no pets,
$1200 + dep. 759-6628

NORTHSIDE Newly built
38/2.5B, new appts, gar.
$1300m+lmo. dep.
Call 904.744.8657/314- 0240
NORTHSIDE 3/2 In beau-
tiful Victoria Lakes
$1350/mo 1st month Free
w/12 mo. lease 696- 2459
B Northslde-Eagle's
Hammock,
4BR/2BA, 2,114sf.
2- car garage,
lakefront, brand new,
$1,350,000. (904)613- 3474.
ORANGE PARK beauti-
ful, Fleming Island
2800SF, 4/2, brick
cul- de- sac home, $1650.
OBO.617- 910- 6646
ORTEGA 1/1 COTTAGE
$550 WD Hookup, Storage,
Cozy, Near Shops & Grocery.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
ORTEGA Cottage 2/1,
ch&a, hdwd firs, reno-
vated kitchen, garage,
$925mo.904- 861- 5247
ORTEGA FARMS 3/1 $795
ch&a, WD Hkp, Carport,
Kit Equip, Fenced Bkyd.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
ROLLING HILLS 3/2 $925
1500sf, Lg Fam Rm, ch&a
1 Car Gar, Storage, Fncd.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
SEABOARD AVE 2/2
$795 1344SF, Carport, ch&a
Kit Equip, Fenced Backyard.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
SOUTHSIDE 4/2, approx
2000sf, $1395m+dp.
12518 Woodfield Cir. W.
A+ Schools. 859- 5601
Westside Lakeshore 3/1
$725 WD hu, ch&a, Fam
Rm, Gar, Fenced Bkyd.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
WESTSIDE/103RD Brand
new townhm 3/2.5, w/d,
fridge, catv Included.
Outside maint. free.
$1250m. Call 904- 282- 8041
12min to NAS base
WESTSIDE 3/2 In Paxon
$850, 3/2 MH in Argyle
neighborhood $800- $900,
NO HUD Greg 376- 5190
WESTSIDE 3/2 fncd,
1500sf, carport, scrnd
patio, Ig FR, good credit
no HUD $97Smo. 573- 0445
WESTSI DE/SOUTHSI DE
Hurry! Rent cheaper
than mortgage new 3/2.5
in Adam Lakes & 3/2 near
U.N.F. 904- 708- 9020
Westside Lakeshore 2/1
$650 Carport, Fncd, wd hu
ch&a, New Paint, Must C
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
Westside Jax Heights 3/2
$995 Newly Renovated,
1450sf, Garage, Fplc, LR.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotline 388-1208






ERA
REAL ESTATE
Dan Jones
& Associates, Inc
(904) 757-3466
www.ERADANJONES.com
Homes,
Townhomes, and
Condominiums
I - j & J 6�aroom;
%450 $1800
Irl Tre
Folic.,ing ArEa
4rJrlin.ia-
Oceanra~
D r. -n ri ,
Ari irlgor
Soulhiad
Argyle
H.-liora

CALL 757 -3466
FOR OUR
RENTAL SPECIALS
A..ERADANJONES Corn


St. Johns River Front
Custom Home 3br/2ba,
Greatroom w/frpi, cov-
ered pool/ Jacuzzi, cov-
ered boat dock. Owner
agent.O4- 213- 5754





DOWNIOWN - Leasetur-
chase remodeled 2B R/
2BA, extra apt. $350k.
10% down $2800 mo. No
ban k equal ifying,
866- 219 326
PONTE VEDRA,
Sawgrass gated comm.
Bermuda Ct. across the
street from the park.
Beautiful canal front.
1700sf, 2/2 Patio home.
$1195m. 904- 571- 3877
ST JOHN'S COUNTY
near Neese High School,
3/2, 2car garage new,
WD $1250mo 904- 803- 8579









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



FLEMING ISLAND 3/2.5,
1500sf, 1car gar, all appis
& amenities, great loc.
$1250mo. 904- 483- 0229
F leming Island-1.5
yr old condo In
Flem. Isl. planta-
tion. 1845sf,
3BR/2.5BA, garage.
Gated community, "A"
rated schools, pool, golf,
etc. 11 ml from NAS.
$1200/mo. (904)803- 4287




Arlington - New condo-
minium for rent, 7920
Merrill Rd, 2 BR/2BA,
$950/mo. (904)229- 7478
BAYMEADOWS - only
$795mo for a 2 story
condo, 2/1.5, w/d hkp,
priv patio 534- 1176
Beach Jacksonville
Ocean Front 1/1 remod.,
granite, garage & water
Incl. $1375mo. 881- 0895

Intracoastal Waterway
Gated, new 3/3, 2100SF.
granite, garage, pool &
fitness. $1895. 881- 0895
INTRACOASTAL Great
loc, 3/2, gated comm,
scrn porch, close to all.
Move- in special. 476- 8572
SOUTHSIDE 3/2, All
appI's incl+W/D,
$1300mo. incl water,
sewer, & alarm. 233- 6856




PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Gated, 1/den, fplc, view,
renov., non smoker $950
w/lease opt. 614- 7777

Ponte Vedra Beach
1/1 completely
remodeled, fully
furnished, towels,
linens, all cook I
dinnerware,
glasses, vacuum,
television. New
appliances
including W/D.
Summer House 5
star amenities,
pool, spa. $950
612- 1089


* Baker
SClay
* Duval
* Nassau
i Putnam
* St. Johns
* Georgia





INTRACOASTAL W.
Beautiful twnhs. Wolf
Creek, Hodges/Bch 2/2.5,
end unit, wooded lolt,
1104sf, scrn lanal, gated,

INTRACOASTAL WEST
* Month rent free. Wolf
Creek subdiv., 3/2.5,
1771SF,hare beautiful car garageal
appi incl. $1475mo. Call
904-rv bdrm/ba887- 16 furn $16wk
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Irg 1br, hdwd firs, 2

utilcourt yd 904- 233- 3341























Southeast Jacksonville
* Baker
SClay
* Duval
* Nassau
* Putnam
* St.Johns
* Georgia


































Dualn $700 n-t.-
E ARLINGTON Exec.
bik fern. seeks same to
share beautiful loft. Huge
priv bdrm/ba- turn, $165wk
Incl util. 904- 228- 3338
Southeast Jacksonville
Mature prof. emp. fem.
seeking room, quiet, N/S,
5nlghts/wk 772- 529- 5423
WESTSIDE 295/103rd.Nice
Furn home, non smoker,
$450m+1/2util. 777-5955
WESTSIDE 3/2 house lust
off Normandy. $500m.
all util. Incl. N/S. 693- 4794









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




& Argyle-Room for
Rent, $700/month.
ttutil incl, 4BR/2.5BA,
New Home in
Argyle Forest. Call
(904) 652- 5551

ORANGE PARK room


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Arlington
REGENCY INN
- WEEKLY SPECIALS! *
5139 * 7 DAY STAY * 725-5093
Room for Rent
Near NAS Jax,
$400/mo. Includes
utilities & cable.
Very nice home, call
(904)779- 4660.
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Dafly/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725.3343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211


Duval
SNassau
SPutnam
SSt. Johns
Georgia




SMayport-2 BR on
Private fenced Lot,
off Mayport Rd, Not
in Park, $600/mo.
Dep, No pets, 246- 4461.


M/H E- Z Qualifing.
call 695- 2255








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




Beach-Atlantic
Restaurant For
Sale-Breakfast/
Lunch/Dinner.
Military Owner being
Deployed, Must Sell
ASAP. $35k. 514- 5756








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




ORANGE PARK Wells
Rd & Hwy 17, brand new
brick office condo. avail
F.-- C i -iL- " : � `




ARLINGTONTWestsidt.
laal Ifor :moi .:i*:ijrcn
Call ro, J7'. .'8
Mandarin Ollice
Furn'neo i, TEi rpl-. oro
286-8500
MANDARIN ' 011c ca;
'u... u'i: =oprro- 35:0.)'[


a SS & JTB
Furnished & Incl. Recopt
$225/mo.Call281-. 0566







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






SOUTHSIDE
7200sf, 9600Sf, 19,000sf,
or 33,000sf. warehouse.
Grade level. Common
dock available. Univ 0
Powers. $4/sf.
Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
356- 2228 Realtor
NEAR ALLTEL
BUILDING
lblk to stadium, 2500sf,
$s150mo.904- 568- 4677








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



MANDARIN Retail space
for lease. Prior Beauty
Salon. Approx 1100sf.
Call for details 673- 0744
Southside/Westside
All New Retail Centers
Tenant Financing Available
288-8500






* Business
Opportunities
* Distributorships/
Franchises
* Fictitious Names
* Financial Services
* Money to Lend or
Borrow
* Mortgages Bought




BEAUTY SALON Est.
Arlington area, 6 chair,
7dryers, $5000obo 651- 5244
ii


FROZEN DRINK &
KARAOKE Rental Bus.
$12,500.904- 465- 5555
HUDDLE HOUSE
FRANCHISE
OPPORTUNITIES!
40+ years experience,
Huddle House family
restaurant/diner fran-
chises available!
VETERAN'S DIS-
COUNT! Turn Key
Build- to- Suit programs
starting at $76,000 Call
(800) 868- 5700






BORROW
UP TO $30K
PAY $344/MONTH
Consolidate All Bills
Into One Low Monthly
Payment. Personal
Auto and Refinancing.
ANY CREDIT!
Call House Hold
Direct1- 866- 610- 9322


*Schools
* Specialty Training/
Events



* BUILDERS EXAM PREP
* HOME INSPECTORS
COURSE
Florida Vocational
College 779- 1000
florldavocatlonolcollege.comr


REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Jan 8
8 Week Eve Class Jan 8
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269.2555
Florida Real Estate Institute



Thank you!
Besides protecting our
country, military
personnel stationed in
our communities
donated 505,907
houds of volunteer
service in Northeast
Florida and Southeast
Georgia last year.
Their lime was given to
community
organizations, church
goups, youth activities,
scouting and more.
Pleas e Call
904-35943386,
Fax 904-366-6230.


* Job Fairs
* Resume Service
* Accounting/
Bookkeeping





Service
* Aviation
* Civil Service/


* Computer Hardware
Software/
Programming
* Construction
* Customer Service
* Dental
* Domestic Services/




* Engineering
* Entertainment
* Executive/
Management
* Finance/Investment
* General Employment
* Hotel/Hospitality/
Tourism
* Industrial Trades
* Insurance
* Landscaping/Grounds
Maintenance
* Law Enforcement/
Security/Safety
* Legal
* Maintenance/
Janitorial Services
* Manufacturing
* Marketing
* Medical/Health Care
* Marine/Trade
* Nurses/Nurses Aides
* Office/Clerical/
Administration
* Part-Time
* Personal Services/
Beauty
* Real Estate/Property
Management
* Recreation/Sports/
Fitness
* Restaurant/Bar/Club/
Food/Beverages
* Retail
* Sales
* Science/Research
* Social Services/
Counseling
* Technical Support
* Telemarketing
* Transportation
* Warehousell/Inventory
* Work at Home
* Positions Wanted


TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING
3-WEEK HANDS-ON TRAINING
FOR IN-DEMAND DRIVING JOBS:

COMPANY-SPONSORED
. TUITION REIMBURSEMENTS

NOW VA APPROVED!
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(904) 783-3333
I800J 8311300 -WW.ROADMASTER.COM


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A/P CLERK
Multi company and
Great Plains exp.
Fax resume to 301- 4891




HYGIENIST P/T
Jax Beach 2- 3 days/wk.
or Phone. 241-4237





Home through
the week!
S Drop & Hook
Loads!
Great Pay/Benefits!
CDL-A, 3 yrs. exp.
browntrucking.com
800-241-5624 x106





Tutor Wanted
Responsible high
school student to
tutor two 5th
graders in Math &
Reading. Call 241- 2339
between 6- 7:30 M- F,
before 8pm weekends.



DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will traIn-AM /PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 3991110

Financ e/OR 7


COLLECTORS .- -E P
aci-i lelepn !-i- cu0 ic.
tors. Orange Park area.
Collection agency exp.
req'd. FAS Adiustment
Bureau 269- 0137





* Drivers
SMessengers
BRINKS, INC.
HIRING!
OPEN HOUSE
Guaranteed Interview
Tuesday, January 9
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
33 West 2nd Street
Jacksonville, FL 32206
Brinks, Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
transportation. We offer:
:Full Medical/Dental Pkg
Company Matching 401k
*Tuition Reimbursement
- Paid Vacation
-Time & half for 40+ hrs
* Avg Annual Salary $29K
(includes OT)
For directions or more
information please call
(904) 353- 4331. Brink's is
an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.
License #BB8700010
PLUMBER
HELPER/TRAINEES
TOP PAY!!! FL Drivers
licence req. Apply
9020 Cocoa Ave.





AUTO BODY TECH
& 2 HELPERS.
f iddleb'ra area
.rr.r.. 3.- . oc . ,'i.


CABLE TV- Perform Dis-
connects & Collections,
will train, Earn $700+
weekly, must pass
Bkgrdck904- 317- 9550

HEAVY TRUCK PAINT
AND BODY REPAIR
Lg Wside trucking co.
Min 3yrs exp. Inexperi-
enced need not apply.
Mon- Fri days, pay nego-
tiable, vac. & benefits
pkg pd, apply in person
1501 Picketville Rd.

PLASTERERS &
LABORERS WANTED
Top wages for Qualified
Dr. lic & transp . a mus.
Benefits pkg 249- 3049





Crisis Management
Planning Coordinator
The Clay County Sheriff's
Office is accepting
applications for a Crisis
Mgmt. Planning
Coordinator. Develop &
maintain comprehen-
sive crisis mgmt. plans,
procedures & protocols.
Must have Bachelor's
Degree and 2- 3 years in
disaster preparedness /
crisis management /
public safety. $33,305-
$57,068. State
retirement, excellent
benefits, EOE and a
Drug- free workplace.
For information and
application, call
(904)213- 6040. Deadline
toapply 1/19/07.

Marine Trad


BOAT DETAIL R

reliteu exp o Plus
or wil train-
904-651-4279





OFFICE ASSISTANT
(Prof) Computer a must.
Phone skills, quality work,
dedicated, Min start S8hr,
Benefits/401k, voc, W'side.
M- F,8- 5.qa11786- 441




BRAIDERS, STYLISTS
AND BARBER wanted
- Open In Middelburg.
Booth rental only. Call
DorothyWk 542- 4500x301
orC- 874- 9827


CSERestauranUt E


CASHIER & PRODUCE
STOCKER AM / PM hrs.
Neat appearance. Good
pay! Farm Fresh Pro-
duce, 2804 Rogero Rd

DANCE RS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 7577370

DANCERSRF
$$1,000$$ Hiring Bonus
Call Passion
641-5033

* DANCERS *
Bartender, Waitstaff
Day/Night Available
BEST SHOWBAR
AT THE BEACHES!
CROSSROADS
m904) 24; 322


* ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SIX FIGURE INCOME?
* ARE YOU A PROVEN SALES PRODUCER?
* ARE YOU SELF MOTIVATED?
* ARE YOU TIRED OF NOT BEING APPRECIATED?
. * ARE YOU READY FOR A CAREER?
WHY DON'T YOU EMAIL ME YOUR RESUME AND
QUALIFICATIONS FOR CONSIDERATION!
CHUCKDICKGORE9SAOL COM


+DANCERS DANCERS+
Hiring dancers,
bartenders, waitresses,
security.
FLASHDANCERS
Westside's newest club
Call 389-8273

DJ,DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
9801 Beach Blvd.
641.5033

Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399.1110





position counseling fami-
lies during the moving
process. Please call
401- 206- 1979




DISPATCHER
Jacksonville, FL.
trucking co. looking for
exp'd dispatcher to
fill an immed. opening.
Applicant must be ready
to step in & run opera-
tion as if It were theirs,
w/strong communication,
customer service, &
computer skills.
Must be able to work
independently. Must
have truck loading exp.
Call Frank @ 904- 813- 3413

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

DRIVER WANTED
NEED MONEY FAST???
APPLY NOW!!!
People get huge tax
returns this time of yr.
Those people call cabs.
They call us.
Come drive for us!
YELLOW CAB. 493-5222
dfw.

Class A CDL drivers
For local hauling. Mini-
mum 2 years CDL req'd.
Call (904) 266- 2030 for
more information. Pay
$150- $170 a day & ben-
efits after 90 days.



FOreLhTOPsERATO


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




Licensed Child
Care-Orange Park.
S Accredited,
CPR- qualified pre-
school toddler, fun
learning full/time,
part/time, (904)278- 8780
'D tavo Child
|, D:-, l pm.n. Home
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$79 Billion








The economic impact of the military in Northeast




Florida and Southeast Georgia is $7.9 billion.








Local businesses benefit from the military




and civilian personnel who buy and rent




homes and who purchase goods and services.




Let them know what your business has to




offer by advertising in one or all of the




military publications distributed at the local




bases in the area.






For advertising information,




please call 904-359-4336,




Fax 904-366-6230.


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18,000 miles $54,990
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top, like new. $40,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
, Chevy Corvette '85
Targa Top, Runs
great, asking $7500
OBO. Call 866- 7431.
Must Sell


SChevy Malibu '98
Auto, 4 cyl, 2.4L,
4dr, New tires &
L battery, runs great,
$3400 OBO. (904)708- 5530.
(904i278- 5224

� CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER '05.
Leather, CD, White/
tan leather. $19,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SChrysler Sebring
Convertible '97-47k
miles, super clean,
612- 9998

SChrysler 300C '05
SDeep lava/red pearl
coat, 27k mi,
Garage kept, exc.
cond, all options except
nav. $29,700 firm.
(904)287- 4159
& Chrysler Fifth Ave
S| ark Cross Edition,
'90-AT, Loaded, V6,
Onlv 98k ml. New
r,-1,, Tur., .,p ne . CD
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CHRYSLER 300 '05
Fully equipped. $23,990


$15,910
998-0012

LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

� CHRYSLER SRT8
MAGNUM 06
EiO.:k r.iO-.
jaoviaallon -i.rr, r.,:i CC.
C .l 5l.c m *-. t:,' l:El l . "C I.,
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Chryvler PT


SFord Taurus '99
Clean, New Trans.,
96k, Great Car,
$3500 OBO. Call
after 6 pm: 904- 779- 0048

FORD
WINDSTAR 2000
SEL EXT Sport
Van loaded,
including power
slide doors.
Excellent
Condition
One owner
REDUCED!!
$8000
Molvoted Seller
Call for deltaoils
L 318- 5478 |
HONDA ACCORD SE '97,
136kmi, loaded, AC,
NEW tires, $3600. 294- 7729
4 Honda Accord
'03-EX, V6, Loaded,
DVD, 6CD player,
sunroof, new tires,
44k miles, exc cond,
$16,195 Call (904)874- 5542



For adartisingM inhmation,
please cal 044B4336,
Fax 904 -3186.-1230. 1

� HONDA CIVIC '06.
3K miles, 4dr, like
new. $17,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Honda Civic LX 02 2
OR Aulomnatlc,Garagb
Kept, Air Condition
Dealer maintolned,
one owner, power
doors & window.
Very good condition.
69,500 591.0979

HONDA CIVIC '06
l Only 3000 miles
$18,900
998-0012


INFINITI G35
COUPE '04
White/ton, Beau-
tiful. $26,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
.1 INFINITI G35
COUPE '03 Extra
low miles. $22,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JAGUAR S TYPE
1.0 02 On'., JloKn-,,
Eb.u,,.'T~ul 5',7 it
998 0012
LEXUS OF J.CKSONVILLE
S Joagur XJc
Tr.- I (i( Ca,



LEXUS SC 430 '02, 46Kmi
black exterior
Asking $36,500. 268- 5268
7 LINCOLN LS '03
Leather, sunroof,
CD, fully eq $15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LINCOLN LS '02
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Mazda Miata MX-5
'01-Exc condition,
tt| green w/black Int.
$8700. Call Mike:
(912)882- 2412or277- 8414


MAZDA MIATA '00
Prvt owner, 5 spd con-
vertible, low miles,
mint. Garage kept.
$10,600 Ph. 904- 629- 6237
4, Mercedes Benz C240
S03 Silver Beauty,
Sunroof, disc
changer, deluxe
package. Great Ride.
$19,500 OBO. 505- 4780


MITSUBISHI DIAMANTE
'02. Loaded, low miles.


MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03 Xtra
low miles $13,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

�y MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03 Only
27,000 mi. $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

� NISSAN ALTIMA
2.5S '06
$17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

y NISSAN MAXIMA
'04 3.5 SL
$20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Nissan Sentra '90
39k on completely
'tj, rebuilt car, new
paint, tires &
brakes, $2400 268- 7262


Nissan Sentra '89
sNew front end,
tt struts & tires, 60k
on new engine.
$1850 268- 7262




Sale! Sale! Sale!
FIRST TIME
BUYERS. El & up.
No credit, bad credit.
All kinds of cars from
Acura's to Toyota's.
Low down payment.
Financing available.
Everybody Rides!
Call us @ 771- 3056

� SATURN L300 '03
Gas Saver! Fully
equipped. $10,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

SATURN SE 11- '99 , fully
loaded, at. 126K ml


SUBARU FOR-
F RESTER S'02
Fully equip. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� TOYOTA AVALON
XLS '04 Extra low
miles, leather, Cd,
sunroof. $21,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA AVALON 2002
XLS 100K MILES S10K
JIM 904- 307- 2688
Toyota Corolla '00
70k mi, new tires,
CD, $6500 OBO.
-o Beige/tan, exc.
Condition, (941)993- 2123
Toyota Camry '01 Gal-
lery Ed. snrf, well main-
tained $9900. 904- 396- 3514
TOYOTA CELICA GT '01
Loaded, low miles.
$19,500. Call 899- 5853
Toyota Camry LE
'05-White/gray inte-
s urior, tinted win-
dows, CD, Am/FM,
Loaded, private owner, 4
cyl, 14k miles, Call
491- 7996


TO TOYOTA
COROLLA S '04
4dr, auto, gas
saver. $9880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
/7- TOYOTA CAMRY
I JLE '05. Leather,
sunroof, CD $17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SToyota Camry '99-
AT, alarm, 96k, exc
Second, great car,
$5600, 273- 6278


TOYOTA SOLARA '00
Leather, orig owner, low
ml. $7800. (904)637- 9058
� TOYOTA SOLARA
CONV. SLE V6 '04
White/tan, BBS
wheels. $24,990
998-0012
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VOLKSWAGEN
PASSAT GLX '03
- V6. $15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� VW BEETLE '05
Cony. Leahter,
CD, auto. $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
VW BEETLE '03 Conv
Loaded, low miles. $369
per mo. WAC 899- 5853

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SChevy Silverado '06
Crewcab, 4x4, 16k
Sf miles, 9 in lifts,
fully loaded, $27,999
Call Adam, 568- 8090

4 Chevy Silverado '94
Ext cab, 221k ml,
PW, PDL, cruise,
cold AC, New fuel
pump, front suspension
components. $3200 OBO.
729- 4625, leave msg.
4 , Chevy Tahoe '02
Low miles, Pewter
rower, Ithr, TVs,
Spkrs, lifted, New
BFGMUD plus MDRE
$23,500. OBO 272- 3482
DODGE RAM QUAD
CAB '01. V8, low miles.
$9,900. Call 899- 5853
Dodge Ram '05
1500, Off Road pkg,
Loaded, Like New,
Many Extras, 20k
miles, T.O.P. Call Keith
(912)673- 6303.


, Ford Explorer
Sport '02-XLT, exc.
cond, new tires, 60k
mli. $8995 OBO.
(904)718- 4335.
4 Ford F-150 '95
Eddie Beauer, 4x4,
cam manifold chip
heads. Hard top on
bed, $6500 OBO. Call Bill
315. 5765

�y FORD F250
SUPER DUTY '03
Turbo Diesel, only
36k mi., $24,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S Ford F350
'06-Crewcob, DRW,
t 4X4, fx4, V10, AT,
14k miles, tow pkg,
$30,000. Beautiful truck,
(904)270- 5126, Ext. 3092
� FORD SPORT
TRAC '05. Only
20,000 miles, fully
equipped. $17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Honda CR-V '06
Nearly brand new
S condition, only 8500
miles, $21,000. Cell:
881- 2886. Home:215- 9037
� HONDA PILOT EX
'05S. Fully equipped
$20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Jeep Cherokee
Laredo '91-White,
S 145k miles, all pwr,
runs great, 6cyl,
automatic, alloy wheels,
towing, $2400. 742- 3525,
744- 1794.
JEEP GRAND CHERO-
KEE '06. Low miles,
loaded. $389 per mo
WAC. Call 899- 5853
NISSAN MURANO '03
Loaded, low miles.
$18,995. Call 899- 5853
Nissan Titan '04
Crewcab, Loaded,
Leather, heated
seats, DVD, GPS,
rear sonar, Beautiful
truck. 20" wheels.
$23,900. (505)228- 7749


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CHARGER '06
D , lona Ea .:.r,
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996-0012
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� DODGE HEMI
CHARGER '06
PFull, 6vauo .12: 9-0
998-0012
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A Dodge Shadow '94
AT AC. i.,1LA0
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FORD MUSTANG
GT '05. Oni, ?650
mile 60e-4 I-..,
ne6 , I2.90L,
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� FORD MUSTANG
CONV '03. Full,
ScaiiOOa'- onl,
38 00)0 millc i6 /B0
998-0012
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�y TOYOTA FJ
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4x4. Skid plates,
custom wheels, like new
$29,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

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4 Dodge Ram Van '99
1500, Clean, 5.9L,
81k mi, quad seats,
custom fold- down
bed, runs great, 372- 0543.
$6500 OBO.

SFord Windstar '98
109k mi, runs great.
$2700 (904)268- 1988

SMercury Villager
S'99 (Estate), mini
van, V6, auto, seats
7; Ithr, 6 CD
changer, rear AC +
audio controls, new
tires. $4500. 783- 6235

4 Nissan Sentra '05 4
cyl, Sedan, 4dr,
1.8s, tinted win-
dows, CD, theft
recovery, moving must
sell call 491- 7996. $12,500

TOYOTA SIENNA LE '00
Loaded, low miles. $8995
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