NMCRS Celebrates 103 Years
1 Keeping Us Safe
Fire Department Promotes Awareness
She's Just One Of The Guys
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2007 www.jaxairnews.com
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Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
(From left) Sailor of the Year nominees CS1(SW/AW) David Robinson Jr., ET1 (SW/AW) Spence Youman, TM1 (SW/AW) jaime
Quinones, OS1(SW/AW) Norman Smith and MA1(SW/AW) Quincy Williams stand with NAS Jacksonville's Command Master
Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green, Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson and Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn at the
2006 Sailor of the Year presentation at the Chief's Club Jan. 26.
Sailor of Year
By MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
during a celebration at the NAS Jax Fouled Anchor
I J -Chief Petty Officers' Club Jan. 26, NAS Jackson-
ville announced that TM1(SW/AW) Jaime Quinones
is the 2006 Sailor of the Year (SOY).
See SOY, Page 13
WVeapon's Deparlment Head Lt. Bericia O'Neal congratulates
TM1(SW/AW) Jaime Quinones on being selected 2006 NAS
Jax Sailor of the Year. Quinones will now compete for the
Southeast Region Sailor of the Year.
Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
AE3 Casey Myers of VP-16 takes the wheel of the Save
A Life simulator as Tour Associate Patrick Ralston of The
National Save A Life Tour critiques her driving techniques.
Save a Life
By MC2(AW/SW) Leah Stiles
T he "Save a Life Tou'r" made a stop at NAS Jack-
sonville Jan. 24-25. The program travels across
the nation to educate young adults about the dan-
gers of drunk driving.
Sailors were able to participate in a non-traditional
opportunity to experience a state-of-the-art, interactive
driving experience that simulates driving under the
influence of alcohol.
"If you can't do this while you are sober, you defi-
nitely can't do this when you have been drinking," said
Brian Beldyga, co-founder of the "Save a Life Tour.
"We're here to show people new angles on drinking and
driving and how alcohol affects reaction times, motor
skills, how you can develop tunnel vision. We show all
the hidden dangers. We act as the drunk friend in the
front seat to give drivers the full effect. Everything
is like driving a real car, so after giving them all this
information, they can't say the machine is making them
This virtual reality machine simulates what it would
be like in the front seat of a Ford Taurus after drink-
ing. Since people metabolize alcohol at a different rate,
the simulator has 57 individual sensors in the seating
area that determine the user's height and weight to
provide accurate effects. The interactive environment
gives a 485-degree field of vision and is programmed
to maneuver like a driver under the influence would,
with increasing levels of impairment as the experience
goes on. The user experiences unique challenges such
as random traffic patterns, varying weather conditions
and changes in route.
After participating in the simulation, AM3 Joshua
Stiefel of VS-22 said, "It was certainly an eye-opening
experience and showed me what not to do while driv-
ing down the road. It was a lot harder than I thought it
would be. It seemed like I was going in slow motion and
had to wait for things to happen and things just didn't
go the way I wanted them to."
"I thought the simulator was pretty educational. You
don't realize what you are doing when you go through
it. You think you can just drive like you do normally
do and you just have to watch out for other vehicles,
but I couldn't even watch for obstacles because I was so
focused on how I was driving so I didn't see anything,"
added AE3 Casey Myers of VP-16. "It was pretty stress-
ful. The instructor was yelling and I was so confused.
This activity forces Sailors to recognize the disastrous
effects of drinking and driving. As a grim reminder of
the potential fate of not only drunk drivers, but those
who have been victims, there was an open casket on
display as well as somber posters next to the simulator.
"No matter what, no matter how many lines you hear,
be a friend, take the keys," stated Beldyga.
Are you ready?
The next advancement exam dates are: March 1 for E6, March 8 for E5 and
March 15 for E4. Exam writers will be on base for an advancement brief on
Feb. 12-13 from 8-10 a.m. at the VP-30 Auditorium. For more information, call
NCC(SW) Lejune Chute at 542-1544.
Soldier brought home
A Florida Army National Guard special service detail carries the body of Spc. William Rechenmacher of the 1st
Brigade Special Troops Battalion of the 1st Calvary Division from the plane to the hearse as his family and friends
watch from the background. Rechenmacher was killed by a roadside bomb explosion Jan. 18. A memorial service
was held for him in Jacksonville Saturday. He will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
Nearly 100 Sailors
from NAS Jacksonville
lined the way
to the flightline Jan. 26
as the hearse drove in
to await the arrival
of Spc. William
Rechenmacher's body. . .
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2 JAX AIR NEWS, NA' J\'.-:h \ \'1IIJ.i, Thuriday5
ON THE HOMEFRONT
Some clarification of military terminology
By Sarah Smiley
From time to time, readers catch
me using a seemingly outdat-
ed, inappropriate or misplaced
word, such as when I call an aircraft
carrier a "boat" and a deployment
"cruise." Much of the discrepancies
in language can be blamed on my
upbringing. There are surprising dif-
ferences between the communities of
the military, and because my father
was a Navy pilot, I grew up hearing
for instance, that even a 1,094-ft. air-
craft carrier looks like a "boat" when
you're about to land on it.
Furthermore, military terminology
varies depending on which side of the
fence you stand. As a military child
and wife, I feel at liberty to call six-
month deployments "cruises." But if
my hairdresser, dentist or paperboy
asks about my husband's "cruise," I'm
likely to think, "What do they think
this is, the Love Boat?"
So when I say "boat" or "cruise,"
when I should say "ship" and "deploy-
ment," it is out of affection and yes,
ignorance because I was raised and
married into a specific community
with it's own lingo.
However, this is not to say that
there are not blatant errors in some
of the military's official definitions.
I know this because finicky readers
who pick up on my misnomers some-
times send me instruction books or
photocopied handouts to enlighten my
military vernacular. (Yes, there are
people who own such things.)
I am certain that you, like me, will
be amazed at some of the mistakes
these supposed guides have made.
After all this time, you'd think the
military would have it figured out.
Nevertheless, here are just a few of
the most glaring incorrect definitions
that I've come across.
Military Definition: "The weight
of water displaced by the ship, equal
to the weight of the ship."
Correction: Being moved across
country on short notice, only to learn
you will move back again after your
husband's six-month training stint.
Military Definition: "Device used
to take the shock of contact between
ship and pier."
Correction: What I dented back-
ing into the trashcan the day after my
husband left for deployment.
Military Definition: "Pyrotechnic
signal used to attract attention."
Correction: What happens to my
blood pressure during the bewitching
hour (5- 6 p.m.) when my husband is
working late and the kids are swing-
ing light sabers at each other in the
Military Definition: "The lines
erected around the edge of the deck of
Correction: My buddies in the
Military Definition: "The ability
to see at night."
Correction: The ability to per-
ceive exactly what time your husband
stumbled into the bedroom after a
night out with the guys.
Military Definition: "Metal ring
that fits inside an eye splice."
Correction: A cap used to protect
your thumb when sewing. Duh.
Military Definition: "To haul a
line by taking hold and walking down
Correction: What my husband
should do after he tells me we are
moving again...in two months.
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EM3 HENRY SAWYER
NAS Jax Quarterdeck
Family Life: Mrarried to Lusanda
Sawyer, we have two children, Henry Jr. and Kristo-
Past Duty Stations: NS Mayport
Career Plans: Try out for the Jacksonville foot-
Most Interesting Experience: Flying in a
Words of Wisdom: Don't drink and drive.
Military Definition: "The interior
diameter of the barrel of a gun."
Correction: Listening to my hus-
band recite his emergency procedures.
Military Definition: "An officer in
charge of a unit, base, station, ship,
Military Definition: "Sensitive
information that requires protection
for national security."
Correction: All the things that
mom let the kids do while dad was at
Military Definition: "To remove
water from a ship."
Correction: What the ship/squad-
ron usually does when a hurricane is
on its way.
Military Definition: "Metal that is
Correction: Taking your kids to
the wrong restaurant for their birth-
Dead in the water
Military Definition: "A ship that
is stopped and can not go on."
Correction: A husband's excuse for
coming home with glitter on his face.
Military Definition: "Used to
make a floating body stay fast to the
Correction: What a military
spouse is to his/her family, not just
during deployment, but every day.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.com.
T. ERICK PARMLEY
In Ientory Nlanagement
Hometown: New ark. N.J.
Family Life: Great!
Past Duty Stations: NAS Cecil Field. NS
Ma~ port. NS Patu\ent River. Md.
Career Plans: To pursue a mechanical engi-
Most Interesting Experience: Serving :20
\ears in the military - a very valuable experience.
Words of Wisdom: If life throws \ou a curNe
I am on active duty and
my husband and I are try-
ing to get our finances in
order. We have two car pay-
ments, a mortgage and a lot
of credit card debt.
It seems everywhere we
look there is someone offer-
ing to help, but most of the
time they are just trying to
get us deeper into debt.
Where do I go to get good,
solid information that will
help us get out of debt?
The short answer is go to
your Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society (NMCRS)
office. This organization
has been in the financial
assistance business for 103
years and they are a pri-
vate, non-profit organiza-
tion whose very mission is
to provide financial, edu-
cational and other assis-
tance to active duty, retired
and family members of the
Navy and Marine Corps.
You' can either call their
office to make an appoint-
ment or visit their Web site,
www.nmcrs.org. There you
will find a wealth of infor-
mation. For example, go
to the Web site and select
You will find links to many
worthwhile sites such as
EdlerWeb, Budget Central,
Genus Credit Management,
The Women's Institute
for Financial Education,
TRICARE, CarPoint, Dollar
Stretcher and many more.
At just the "Dollar
Stretcher" site, you will find
information on essentially
everything you even want-
ed to know about money
management. Don't believe
it! Give it a shot and let me
know what you think.
By the way, to make
an appointment at the
Jacksonville NMCRS office,
call 542-3515. They are very
friendly people and eager to
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.
eleli Society Make Us Your First Resource;
. Not Your Last Resort!
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SOn Page 1, Fleet Readiness Center Southeast Execu-
tive Officer Capt. Tim Matthews was misidentified as
Capt. John Scanlan. Also, AD2 Adnan Abbasi is attached
to Fleet Readiness Center Southeast, not VP-30.
* On Page 9 of last week's issue, a error was made on
the photo of HM3 Christopher Williams saying goodbye to
his wife, Sarah. Williams is actually deploying-to Iraq, not
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
You are invited to the following Base
Chapel Worship Services this Sunday:
11 a.m. -
- Holy Eucharist
- Catholic Mass
Protestant Sunday School program is
at 9:45-10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is
10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Looking back in time...
A bomb dolly drawn by a tractor, the same type that used to draw plows across America's fertile farmlands, pulls up
under the wing of a PBY July 16, 1942. The bombs are lifted to the racks under the plane's wings by an ingenious pulley
that makes it easy for one man to raise a 500-pound bomb to the attaching mechanism.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ............. Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer.......................Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief..............................CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer............................................................ Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer..................................... Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor ........................................................................... Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor................................... MC1(SW/AW Heather Ewton
Staff Writer .........................MC (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer .............................................MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Design/Layout .............................................................. George Atchley
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSON\ILLE, Thursday, February 1, 2007 3
Society turns 103
By Kaylee LaRocque nimerni rs and their fami-
fi( 1, lies during times of need.
"The money is deposited
T he N vy - Marine into a primary account in
Corps IkClicf Society Washington, D.C. and each
(NMCICS) marked office writes their checks
its 103rd year of helping from that account. Last
Sailor,, Marines and their year, we helped almost
fainilies with financial 2,000 people and provided
1inedic- Jan. 28:. The society's 1.3 million in loans and
orinin dile I,:elk lto Jan. 23, grants from this office,"
19041 when IDr. J. William explained Faraldo. Military
White of the University of members and their families'
Pennsylvania suggested are assisted with a vari-
that the proceeds from the ety of problems including
1903 Army-Navy game be emergency travel, medi-
split three ways. cal, funeral, education,
President Theodore car repair and basic living
Roosevelt .ir,-i' and the expenses.
$27,000 collected from "When someone needs
ticket sales were divided some help, the first thing
between the university, the we recommend is that
Army Relief Society and the they make an appoint-
Navy to establish a society ment to come in a talk with
to help Navy and Marine a caseworker. We do take
Corps widows and orphans walk-ins hut we give pri-
with their financial needs, ority to those who have
The $9,000 given to the appointments. While on
Navy was put into a special the phone, the reception-
fund used to help the fami- ist will advise clients of the
lies of active duty members necessary paperwork they
who died while serving should bring with them,"
their country. The fami- said Office MOn11:1ger Diane
lies were not only provided Bennett.
financial assistance, but "The first thing they will
the society also offered edu- do when they get here is
national benefits. Any assis- sit down with a casework-
tance provided at that time er and complete a budget
was considered a g.nlt. because we want them
The Navy Relief Society to see where their money
continued to receive prof- is going. We also need to
its from the football game determine if they can afford
for several more years and to pay back an interest-free
raised more money throul.ih loan. Often they are in and
a membership drive and out of here within an hour,"
various other fundraising she added.
events. All financial transactions
A Navy Relief Society between the society and cli-
office was officially estab- ents are completely confi-
lished in Jacksonville Feb. dental. "We do not call a
1, 1941. Another local office service member's command.
was opened at NS Mayport If the client wants to get
20 years later, the command involved,
Today, the NMCRS is a it's strictly up to them,"
much more complex orga- Bennett stated.
nization. Each year in The staff consists of only
April, a special NMCRS seven employees including
Fund Drive is held world- a director, trainer/coun-
wide as a way for service selor, office manager, two
members to "take care of part-time office assistants
their own." According to and two visiting nurs-
NAS Jax NMCRS Director es. The society depends a
Dave Faraldo, all donations great deal on volunteers to
collected during the annu- help assist the clients. "We
al fund drive are used to definitely rely on our vol-
directly help those military
Photos by MC 1AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Volunteers Lisa Martinez
(left) and Kelly Niswanger assist a customer at the society
Jan. 26. The society is always looking for volunteers to assist
military families with their needs. For more information on
volunteering, call 542-3515.
unteers. That's something
that really impresses me
here - the quality of our
volunteers. Once they are
trained, there is really very
little we have to do because
we empower them to make
decisions and allow them to
do their job," said NMCRS
Office Assistant Jim Reid.
"Most of our volunteers
come to us through word of
mouth and I think our vol-
unteers have fun working
here. We try to make the
job interesting. Recently,
VP-30 has provided a num-
ber of volunteers who are
officers waiting to start
their flight training. They
have proven to be outstand-
ing caseworkers," added
Bennett. "Once our volun-
teers complete a two-day
training session to learn
about what we do, our poli-
cies and budgeting skills,
they spend some time
observing a trained volun-
teer. If they are working
as a caseworker, they will
also be observed while they
handle cases until they are
ready to do it on their own.
Once they are trained, our
caseworkers are empowered
to make their own deci-
sions and can approve up to.
$3,500 to help a client with-
out getting prior approval."
Currently, the office has
eight volunteer reception-
ists and 16 volunteer case-
workers. And, they can
always use more help since
many are military spouses
and move frequently.
Although the NMCRS
mainly handles financial
cases, they also offer budget
counseling, a visiting nurse
program, scholarship funds
and provide junior Seabags
or layettes to new parents
who complete the Budgeting
for Baby Workshop offered
through the Fleet and
Family Support Center
The visiting nurse pro-
gram is available to new
parents who may need
some advice on how to take
care of their infant or elder-
ly patients who may need a
little extra help with their
medications or to just check
on their well-being.
The NMCRS has come a
long way since 1903. "The
kind of assistance we offer
is so much more complex.
We take a look at each indi-
vidual case and decide what
is the best way to help that
person," stated Bennett.
So the next time you
need a little help, remem-
ber the NMCRS is there
to offer confidential finan-
cial assistance and much,
much more. And, don't for-
get when you are asked to
donate in the upcoming
months, you are helping out
your shipmates and maybe
someday, even yourself.
For more information or
to make an appointment,
call the NMCRS at 542-
CARS * BOATS * PLANES * TRAINS
after 36 Years
By Lt. Cmdr. Jeff Hanke
ext month will mark the end of a 36-year service
to the fleet as HS-75 disestablishes. The squadron
will hold a disestablishment ceremony on their
final drill weekend, Feb. 25, and the official disestablish-
ment date is March 1.
Established June 1, 1970, the "Emerald Knights" have
been stationed at NAS Lakehurst, N.J., NAS Willow
Grove, Pa., and currently NAS Jacksonville. The squad-
ron has flown the SH-3D, SH-
3G, SH-3H, UH-3H, SH-60F and
HH-60H helicopters. Currently
HS-75 has six SH-60F Seahawk
helicopters. The primary mis-
sions for the squadron include
anti-submarine warfare, search
and rescue and logistical sup-
port. HS-75 is the only Naval
Air Reserve HS Squadron and
is under the command of Commander, Helicopter Wing
Reserve and Commander, Naval Air Reserve Force.
HS-75 employs 26 officers and 160 enlisted personnel.
More than half of the squadron members are Selective
Reservists who maintain their proficiency through sched-
uled drills and annual training periods.
The Emerald Knights were some of the first naval
helicopters to respond in New Orleans in the aftermath
of Hurricane Katrina. Deploying four helicopters and
six crews to NAS Pensacola and USS Harry S. Truman
(CVN-75), HS-75 crews rescued 143 people. A HS-75 crew
also rescued the crew of a civilian rescue helicopter that
crashed during Katrina rescue operations.
Additionally, HS-75 spent more than 100 days in the
last year supporting fleet and training command carrier
qualification operations on board Atlantic fleet aircraft
carriers. HS-75 is particularly proud of their running
total of more than 59,000 flight hours and 28 years with-
out a Class A mishap.
All former Emerald Knights are welcome to attend the
ceremony and should contact the squadron's administra-
tion department at 542-4495 for more details.
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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JAICKSONVILF, Thursday, February 1,2007
NA JAX FIRE DEPARTMENT
ALWAYS REACHING FOR
' BETTER FIRE SAFETY
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Firefighter Robbie Barfield answers questions and shows.
off Engine Two for the children at the NAS lax Youth
Acliities Center during Fire Prevention Week.
NAS lax Firefighler Alan Sarge demonstrates
to a group of preschoolers what proper fire-
fighting gear looks like during a fire preven-
tion lesson at the NAS Jax Child Development
NAS lax firefighters raise
Sthe ladder and engage the
nozzle for testing purpos-
es. The nozzle attached to
the ladder has the capa-
bilty to throw 1,000 gal-
lons of water per minute
(gpm) onto a fire and the
.supplies the nozzle can
S,.pump up to 2,000 gpm
- , :gi ing the fire-
.,( .,fighters the option
By MCI (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
�- . l,ni Edolur ___________
he NAS Jack -onville Fire Department is
dedicated to the warfighter by ensuring
that the airfield, all structures on base and
the people who reside and operate here are kept
safe from fire through attention to detail, contin-
uous training. dedication to their jobs and pro-
idirng fire prevention awareness to all hands.
The idelpart ment doesn't just consist of a fire
station and a couple of trucks. There is so
much more involved in ensuring the fire safety
of the ba-e.
NAS Jacksonville has four fire stations
which fall under the fire suppression divi-
One is located at on the airfield to ensure
the safety of the aircraft and the facilities
surrounding the airfield. The crews who
work there are specifically trained to han-
U die hazardous waste such as JP-5 and air-
craft fires. They are equipped with crash
that provide-s firefighters who are stand-
ing watch a clear view of the airfield as
well as firefighting equipment that isn't
1 normally found in a regular station.
Headquarters is another sta-
tion which is located on the corner
of' Yorktown Boulevard and Ranger
It is the largest of all the stations
S andt most of the emergency calls are
handled from that location. It is also
the home of the "quint", which is the
station's elite firefighting and res-
cicue vehicle that has the capability
to pump 2,000 gallons of water per
in Iute onto a burning structure.
SHowever, the vehicle is primar-
ily used for emergency rescue
crews to gain access into high
areas because it has a 105-foot
extension ladder that is able to
maneuver into many different
The third station is strategi-
cally located near housing and
Naval Hospital Jax on Mlustin
Road to keep watch over the
Sailors and their families
p' residing on the base as well'
as all of the'facilities that
are located in that area.
That leaves the remote
. 1 station of Whitehouse,
where a crew of at least
.BI three firefighters man the
facility 24 hours a day.
approximately 25 miles
is home to
a small air-
S " . field where
f I eight
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conducted. The firefighters have to ensure that
during all flight operations there is a crew ready on
the runway to respond to accidents.
All of the stations are equipped with individual
bunk rooms, a tiny kitchen, fitness room and a
common room for the firefighters to relax in after
duty hours. The hardworking men and women of
the fire department put in approximately 72 hours
per week doing what they love the most.
"This is the best job in the world. There's nothing
better that having the self-satisfaction of knowing
you are making a difference. I've found that in this
job and I even get paid for it. You can't beat that,"
said Firefighter Keith Goosley who works out of
headquarters as the engine driver.
Firefighters on the base take their jobs very seri-
ously. If they are not on a call providing assistance
to the public, they have their noses in the books
working on qualifications or are moving around the
base to receive training on the delicate fire fighting
systems in place at NAS Jax.
"This isn't our fire department. It belongs to the
people of NAS Jacksonville. We are here to serve
them and we dedicate ourselves to their safety,"
explained NAS Jacksonville Fire Chief Randy Hall.
The training division also plays a vital role in the
success of the department. They are responsible for
ensuring the firefighters receive structural and air-
craft training, emergency medical technician certi-
fications, Department of Defense certifications and
other training such as government specific military
training and the constant refresher training. There
is also the hug6 realm of safety training. The NAS
Jacksonville firefighters stay busy training to keep
the base safe when they are not on call.
"Just imagine what would happen if you dialed
911 and no one came to help," noted Hall. "We
ensure that the department is trained and effi-
cient to provide the best possible service to NAS
Fire Prevention is another division that falls
under the department. They are responsible for
ensuring all of the buildings on the base are prop-
erly inspected. This includes prior to construction
as well as a facility that has been standing since
the establishment of NAS Jax. "We conduct safety
standowns, building inspections, running fire drills
and provide a service that is top-notch. Without
fire inspectors, the hazards to the base and its'
people would be tremendous." stated Fire Inspector
Douglas Thomas who brings nearly 47 years of fire
service to the table.
The disaster preparedness division is respon-
sible for making sure the base is able to stand and
recover from any man-made or natural disasters.
"\We liaison with the city of Jacksonville, surround-
ing counties, other base emergency management
offices and the Red Cross to keep all the bases
covered during an actual scenario. We also provide
hurricane awareness training and coordinate all
mass casualty drills." said Disaster Preparedness
Officer DCCS(SW) Matt Melott.
Overall, there are not many people who enter the
base on a daily basis and don't realize that the fire
department is there. It's a rare day when the sirens
are silent, but even in the odd chance that they are.
you can bet that there is a firefighter somewhere
on the base teaching a child how to "stop, drop and
roll" or silently keeping watch over the airfields.
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 1, 2007 5
NAS Jax firefighters prepare to get water flowing to the emer-
gency vehicle by attaching the hose coupling to a nearby
MCI I W/Al^
Crash Truck No. 12, located at Out Lying Field (OLF)
Whitehouse, stands guard over the airfiled as an S-3 Viking
soars back into (he sky after doing a touch and go at the
practice runway. The OLF station vehicles are always
silting on the strip during flight operations which
provides pilots an immediate response lime in the
event of a casualty.
NAS Jax Fire Chief Randy Hall inserts a trach tube into a
patient during an Emergency Medical Technician re-certifica-
tion course as Firefighter James Ponder assists.
Another crucial part of the fire department is the training
program. The firefighters not only train internally but are
always on hand to train the public. Here the children at NAS
Jax Youth Activities Center get acquainted with "Pluggie," a
talking fire hydrant that gives out useful fire prevention tips
during Fire Prevention Week.
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The NAS jax Fire Department's motto, "Protecting Those Who
Defend America," is proudly displayed on each of the emer-
gency vehicles and throughout all of the station fire houses.
... ^A * NAS lax Firefighter Tracy
watch in the tower at Ihe fire
across the airfield.
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NAS Jax Firefighter Johanna Barry stows her gear aboard
Engine Two located at the NAS Jacksonville Fire Department
6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACK:S()ONVINI.I' , ThursdaI, l'cbruairv 1,2007
NAS Jax firefighter chasing big dreams
By MC1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
firefighter Johanna Barry
has recently stepped into
the NAS Jacksonville Fire
Department as the only female
currently working as a firefighter
for the federal station.
Barry served in the Navy for
seven years as a hull techni-
cian/nuclear welder and began to
sharpen her firefighting skills by
accepting all possible shipboard
damage control positions avail-
able at her first duty station on
board USS Simon Lake (AS 33)
homeported at LaMaddalena,"
Next, she transferred to Naval
Station San Diego, where in her
spare time, she began working
on firefighting courses at the
Miramar College of Fire Science.
After nearly completing her cours-
es, she was called on deployment.
Upon her return, she was due
to get out of the military and
decided to attend the University
of California, Berkeley where she
began her studies in psychology.
"My parents had relocated to
Jacksonville and asked me to con-
sider joining them if they paid for
my college education," explained
Barry. "I wasn't too keen on it,
but something in my gut told me
As luck would have it, Barry
needed no financial aid from her
parents since she was offered a
full-ride athletic scholarship for
tennis to the University of North
"I tried out for the team and
before I knew it, I had my college
education paid for," she added.
Her life plans were easily fall-
ing into place and she resumed
working toward her degree in
"Soon after, one of things that
changed my life forever was that
my mother was diagnosed with
cancer and died," recalled Barry.
NAS Jax Firefighter Johanna Barry renders aid to a injured victim during a mass casualty
is the only female firefighter with the department.
"She found out she was sick and "Everything that I had believed and I basic
was gone 30 days later. It was the in up until the time that my ing the ma
hardest thing I have ever been mother passed away had every- the station
through." thing to do with her. It's such a Barry smili
To Barry's mother, education life-changing experience to lose "When it
was always the number one prior- someone that is the base of your dreams, s
ity that she had instilled into her life. It made me realize how short someone t
children. life is," said Barry. "I wasn't Chief Hall
"My gift to her was finishing my incredibly satisfied with what I me. He nee
degree in psychology and from the was doing even though I knew me here. I
core of who I am, I have always that I was giving back to the com- sion for the
known that I wanted to help munity. I realized that I wanted is where I
people. I didn't know how and in 'to follow my dreams. So, one day Barry. "He
what capacity, but I knew I want- I sat down and asked myself what now it's my
ed to give back," said Barry. my biggest dreams were. Then, the rest ol
SWhile completing her degree I told myself to chase them," she going to be
and playing tennis, she also man- added. can be."
aged to hold a job as a drug and That's when NAS Jacksonville Barry ch(
alcohol abuse counselor for ado- Fire Chief Randy Hall got a knock al firefight
lescents. Shortly after, she moved on his door. Even though
on to the Duval County Jail as an "Two years ago, I walked into at the city
adult inmate counselor. Chief Hall's office with my resume her, she fel
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
drill held Jan. 19. Barry
ally didn't stop bother-
an until I walked into
as a firefighter," said
.ng from ear to ear.
comes to chasing your
sometimes you need
o believe in you and
was that someone for
ver gave up on getting
think he saw my pas-
e job and felt that this
e believed in me and
y turn to show him and
f the guys that I am
Sthe best firefighter I
ose to work as a feder-
er for certain reasons.
gh the options to work
Level were there for
t that serving the mili-
tary again was her calling.
"I spent many years in the mil-
itary and with what's going on
in the world today, I believe it's
my duty to give back to the ser-
vice," explained Barry. "We pro-
tect those who defend our free-
dom. That is our station motto
and you can't help but feel good
Things around the station
haven't changed. The crews are
continuously training and are
always looking out for one anoth-
"It has everything to do with
the individual. It's not wheth-
er you are a male or a female,
it's about doing your job. So far,
Barry has shown me that she can
get the job done," said Firefighter
Mario Robinson, who is assigned
to the same crew as Barry. "She
can hold her own and she's doing
Barry is also a player for the
Women's Professional Football
League and plays as a cornerback
for the full-tackle Jacksonville
Dixie Blues. The team holds the
title of last year's Super Bowl
She also plays softball for
a city league sponsored by the
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office, runs
marathons to stay fit and in the
spare time that she does have,
she spends volunteering in the
"I believe that it is important to
give back to the community. It's
my way of humbly showing grat-
itude for the amazing miracles
that are happening in my life,"
Barry isn't stopping at being
the only female firefighter to walk
the halls of the station. She has
bigger dreams to chase as well.
"Life is about dreaming bigger
dreams and chasing them. I am
under the best tutelage that the
federal government has to offer
and I know that I am going to do
great things here. One day, I will
be the first female fire chief of
NAS Jax," she said confidently.
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held last week in VR-58's
hangar at NAS Jacksonville.
The ceremony began with
the wing's commanding offi-
cer, Capt. Peter Davenport,
honoring 33 SELRES and
FTS Sailors for winning
their individual commands
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Afterwards, the two wing
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By Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah Robinson and prlot-,l, was a better way forward. In
IA'l j,,x .pri ___ fact, Jolhns was fighting for civil rights
with a ferocity and determination that was
he Prophet Amon was called for a almost uncommon for civil rights leaders
special mission. He was called by during this period. The Dexter Avenue
God, by namne from Hhephelrd's task. Baptist Church would subsequently dis-
This was most. likely miss Johns and appoint
a very hunlhlitn duty Dr. Martin Luther King
that Amos emrinuklidnirk ol Jr. as pastor hoping
with L',I-. l humility iand that he would not be as
anxiety. active, aggressive and
Today, I would like courageous in fighting
to examine the life of a - for civil rights. However,
somewhat modern day God in his infinite wis-
prophet. This prophet dom sent the church
did not operate in unas- another Amos-like fig-
suming manner and ure with an uncompro-
rarely ever displayed missing message that
fear and trepidation. would not only resonate
On the contrary, this and galvanize the local
present-day prophet community, but would
was quite frankly bold be heard all over this
and forthright almost nation and around the
to a fault. Rev. Vernon world.
Johns prophetic and Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah Robinson Johns was well known
spirited words encour-
,~.'i r a m 11igiililized group of people to
take action now!
Most of you probably have never heard
of this man or his story. The story of Johns
is not well known. Some stories are con-
vetniently buried in the annals of history.
The legend of Johns is one such story that
needs to be told to inform the masses about
his journey and .i ntr ibult i~n to his local
community and beyond. It is imperative to
acknowledge that African-American his-
tory is American history. The stories and
contributions were at one time omitted or
not emphasized. However, each February
we celebrate well known heroines and
heroes who made tremendous contribu-
tions to ensure that equality and justice is.
available to all citizens.
Keeping that in mind, many would con-
sider the late Johns a sort of modern day
Amos, who preached very harsh words in
the Deep South in the 40s and 50s. His
story and contributions are usually omitted
and not highlighted when people honor the
towering figures of the civil rights move-
ment. Yet, this relatively unknown for-
mer pastor at the historic Dexter Avenue
Baptist Church in Montgomery, Ala. from
1947-52 was one of the first inspirational
and fearless civil rights leaders in the early
stages of the movement. He was active and
on ground zero when there was not much
organized civil rights movement in the
Deep South. Therefore, he knew that action
for using the pulpit to pro-
mote and inspire congregants by preach-
ing thought-provoking sermons. This civil
rights leader had a much different temper-
ament than King. However, King praised
Johns in his book titled, "Stride Toward
Freedom: The Montgomery Story." King
wrote, "A fearless man, he never allowed
injustice to come to his attention without
speaking out against it. When he was still
pastor, hardly a Sunday passed that he
did not lash out against complacency. He
often chided the congregation for sitting
up so proudly with their academic degrees,
yet lacking the very things degrees should
confer, that is self-respect. One of his basic
theses was that an individual who submit-
ted to injustice did not really deserve more
Johns was a fiery communicator that
stayed on his message. He knew the cost
of change and he also new that his rabble-
rousing style might trigger violence toward
him and in. spite of that he continued to
preach. In spite of his dismissal from
Dexter Avenue Baptist he continued to
speak and challenge the segregation insti-
tution and the Jim Crow culture. This local
pastor displayed courage and commitment
to the high ideals of freedom and equal-
. ity. Therefore, his story and contributions
are worth bringing back to life in order to
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 1, 2007 7
Photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
A chaplain's conference was held Jan. 23 at the NAS Jacksonville Officer's Club.
Chaplains from all branches of the military attended the three-day conference, taking
part in the lessons designed to enhance chaplain's communications with their customer
Teacher Annual vow renewal event set
From the Navy
A Teaching as a Second
/A Career Seminar
. will be held Feb. 14
from 9 a.m. to noon'at the
NAS Jax Chapel Religious
The seminar will cover
the Troops to Teacher
Program, Spouses to
Teachers Program, consid-
erations prior to a career
transition, Florida certifi-
cation options and Florida
requirements. For more
information and to register,
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 Saints 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.
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selected for 2006
has recognized the
Anjenelle Kelly as the
Shore Sailor'of the Year
and the Military Instructor
of the Year. Roger Limer
is the Civilian of the Year
and Harley Montelongo is
the Civilian Instructor of
Kely ihad numerous
out the year which included
maintaining the training
schedule for 2,000 mili-
tary and civilian students,
master training specialist
trainer, Morale, Welfare
and Recreation representa-
tive in charge of a $7,000
budget and was responsi-
ble for numerous success-
ful command functions. As
the command career coun-
selor, she contributed to a
100 percent retention rate
and 20 percent advance-
ment rate on last two exam
ments include completing
eight college courses with
AW1(AW/NAC) Roger Limer
Columbia College, quali-
fying as master training
support equipment assets
revision and completely
177. He also completed
the annual inventory of
computer assets, taught
eight curriculum courses
to more than 60 students,
performed more than 400
hours of community ser-
vice including coaching
the Andrew Jackson High
School Bowling Team.
instructing 33 courses, act-
ing as the subject matter
expert for FASO's weight
and balance course"and
reviewing changes and
also reviewed, created and
updated more than 5,914
power point slides for
He assisted Aircraft In-
Detachment Mayport Power
Plants Division with T700
modular engine first degree
repair and TD compliance
and attended pilot courses
on travel for detachment
maintenance officer and
aircraft weight and balance
and a conference for air-
craft engine management
These individuals exem-
plify hard work, dedication
and commitment to achiev-
ing command goals and
for FASO and the Navy. .
African-American History Month essay contest
The NAS Jacksonville Multicultural
Awareness Committee is celebrating
diversity by sponsoring an African-
American History Month Essay Contest.
The contest is open to all military mem-
bers, civilians and contractors. African-
American History Month is recognized
nationally in February as a time to reflect
on the historical and cultural achievements
by people of African descent.
The essay theme is: What African-
American has inspired you the most and
1. The essay must be between 750 and
1,000 words and must be typed in a Word
Document and double-spaced in on 8�" by
2. Contestants should submit the typed
original by mail or by email.
3. The author's name, daytime phone
number must be submitted on a cover
page, accompanying the essay.
4. All essays will be judged on the
History Month E
Observance is ,
A special observance
and luncheon will be
held to celebrate Afri-
tory Month Feb. 22
at 11 a.m. at the NAS VISIT ON
Jax Officers' Club. 24
Tickets are $12. For 904-786-455
more information, call a90.s
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at 542-3304. 904-693-65'
author's knowledge of the individual, origi-
nality of ideas, development of point of
view, insight into essay theme, clarity of
expression and organization.
The winner will have their essay pub-
lished in the Jax Air News and will receive
a trophy at the African-American History
Month Luncheon Feb. 22.
All essays must be postmarked by Feb.
16 and mailed to:
Navy Reserve Readiness Command
Attn: LT Smith
Box 90, Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, FL 32212-0090
You can also e-mail them to: Kennetta.,
Essays postmarked after that date will
not be considered, nor returned.
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ing to the NAS Jacksonville Tax, Center to
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a tax center to provide free tax prepara-
tion services through a program called
Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA).
This program saves Sailors hundreds
of thousands of dollars they might oth-
erwise pay to get their taxes done, and
obtains millions of dollars in tax refunds
VITA is the only free tax preparation
service on base. If it does not say VITA it is
not free. Private tax preparers charge $50-
$100 or more per return and often pres-
sure Sailors to pay high additional rates
to get their refunds more quickly. VITA is
run entirely by volunteers. These volun-
teers are certified by the Internal Revenue
Service (IRS) and the center will E-file
returns, ensuring fast refunds.
Who is eligible for free
tax preparation through VITA?
* active-duty service members and their
* retirees and their dependents.
* reservists on active duty for more than
* reservists within 30 days of demobili-
* reservists involved in pre-mobilization.
What to bring to the tax center
* 2006 W-2's and 1099's
* copies of social security cards
* taxpayers) military ID cards
* and any other tax records that might
be relevant, including copies of 2005 tax
returns if available
Couples wishing to file joint returns
should come to the tax center together. If
a spouse is unavailable, the spouse prepa'-
ing the return will need to bring an IRS
Power of Attorney (Form 2848 available at
www.irs.gov) A general power of attorney
from the base legal office will not suffice.
Where and when
The center will be located at building 13
at the main gate, next to the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society office.
The VITA Tax Center will open its doors
Jan. 22 (the same day that W-2s will be
available online for active duty personnel.)
The hours of operation
- Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5
- Saturday - by appointment only
For more information, contact LNC(SW)
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22 contact the tax center at 542-8038.
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CNRSE Sailor selected
for Peter Tomich award
By MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
D during a recent gradua-
tion ceremony, Navy Region
Southeast Sailor, RPCS(SW/
AW) Michele Erickson received the
prestigious Peter Tomich Award for
distinguished leadership at the Senior
Enlisted Academy in Newport, R.I.
The Senior Enlisted Academy non-
resident course is an intense two-
week resident curriculum designed
to provide master and senior chief
petty officer's with the opportunity to
receive the top-notch leadership and
professional military education.
During those two weeks, the stu-
dents write papers, give oral reports,
attend briefs given by the Senior
Enlisted Staff and Professors from
the War College as well as participate
in physical training. On the 10th day,
each of the four classes selects one
honor graduate. In order to qualify,
nominees must score a 75 or higher
on all exams and prerequisite course-
work, be in top physical condition,
and possess good leadership, motiva-
tion and teamwork qualities.
The four nominees are then individ-
ually reviewed by a panel of master
chiefs "something similar to a Sailor
of the Year board," said Erickson.
"Each master chief asked two ques-
tions on things such as how we relate
the Navy's core values to our lives,
how we motivate our Sailors, and
how we relate our leadership com-
mitment as Peter Tomich's did." The
honor grads and award recipient are
announced during the graduation cer-
The Peter Tomich Award is named
after a Chief Watertender aboard
USS Utah during WWII. Tomich was
48 years old with 22 years of naval
experience and called the Navy his
wife and family. When the Japanese
bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii the
Utah was hit directly and Tomich
stayed on board to secure the boilers
to keep them from exploding so that
his shipmates could safely escape.
He literally went down with his ship
and for his heroicness, was awarded
the Medal of Honor posthumously.
Because Tomich had no direct next
of kin, his award sat in Tomich Hall
at the Senior Enlisted Academy until
family was located.
"It's an honor just to be nominated
by my peers," said Erickson. "But, to
be put in the same category as Peter
Tomich is really humbling."
Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
RPCS(SW/AW) Michelle Erickson holds the plaque given to
her when she won the Peter Tomich Distinguished Leadership
Award after graduating from the Senior Enlisted Academy in
F leet Aviation Spe-
Atlantic Fleet, Detachment
Jacksonville has recently
changed quota request pro-
cedures. Quota requests by
e-mail are no longer accept- '
In order to obtain a class
quota, visit the follow-
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must register for access
to eNTERS. When quotas
fill up there is a place for
A complete list of
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Administration and "
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Conventional Weapons ..
Training can be found ;-
online at www.fasolant.
For more information,
contact the training office .
From the Navy Drug Lab
D ue to renova-
tions, the Navy
Laboratory is no longer
accepting drop-off speci-
mens through its drive-up
window. Specimens can be
dropped off inside the lobby
entrance to the laboratory,
Building H-2033 on Adams
Receipts for drop-offs
are no longer provided.
.However, a record of the
dropped off packages can
be made in a logbook at the
drop-off location. If con-
firmation is needed, com-
mands can send their speci-
mens by certified mail or by
private courier (i.e. FedEx,
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closed for approximately
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By Carrie Williams
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W while chocolate and
flowers are tradi-
gifts, perhaps for students
the best gift is a $1,500
The Scholarships for
Military Children program
might be just the ticket this
Valentine's Day, but don't
procrastinate because appli-
cations must be turned in
at a commissary by close of
business Feb. 21.
The scholarships are
available to unmarried chil-
dren under the age of 21 (23
if enrolled in school) of mili-
tary active-duty, Reserve,
Guard and retired person-
nel. Eligibility will be deter-
sponsor, are enrolled in the
DEERS database and have
a current ID card.
An applicant must be
planning to attend an
accredited college or uni-
versity full-time in the fall
term of 2007, or be enrolled
in a program of studies
designed to transfer direct-
ly into a four-year program.
are available at 263 com-
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links at http://www.com-
Along with their appli-
cation, applicants must
include an essay on "how
and why" they would
change an historical event.
At least one $1,500 schol-
arship will be awarded at
every commissary location
with qualified applicants.
"Scholarships for Military
Children is a wonderful
military community pro-
gram," said Patrick Nixon,
DeCA director and chief
executive officer. "Nearly
3,000 scholarships total-
ing more than $4 million
have been awarded since
the first awards were given
Most of the funds are
donated by manufactur-
ers, brokers and suppliers
who sell groceries in com-
missaries, and every dollar
donated to the program by
industry or the general pub-
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administered by the Fisher
The scholarship program
has also made inroads to
increasing support from the
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Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
By Frank Taormina
I'ublic Affairs Specialist
In a rare ceremony aboard NAS
Jacksonville Jan. 25, Fleet Readiness
Center, Southeast (FRC-SE) held the
dedication of the Capt. Christopher J.
Roum Engineering and Logistics Complex.
Buildings 6F and 6G, located on Enterprise
Avenue and formerly barracks for enlist-
ed personnel, were officially named for
the late Capt. Christopher J. Roum, com-
manding officer of Naval Aviation Depot
and later, NAVAIR Depot (NADEP)
Roum was the commanding officer from
June 2000 to January 2002. After a $5
million upgrade and refurbishing of the
buildings, the engineering division moved
into the new complex in January 2006. The
complex is the operational hub for engi-
neers and logisticians of the command.
FRC-SE Commanding Officer Capt. John
Scanlan II hosted the ceremony and gave
a brief history of the buildings. He then
introduced Commander, Fleet Readiness
Centers Rear Adm. Michael Hardee, a long
time colleague and personal friend of Roum
and his family. Hardee said, "Roumie was
a great leader and pioneer in the develop-
ment of our industrial and'maintenance
capabilities. This is a monument is a testa-
ment to his dedication and professional-
At the dedication, Hardee and Roum's
widow, Deanie Roum, unveiled a boulder
displaying a plaque officially declaring the
buildings the Capt. Christopher J. Roum
Engineering and Logistics Complex.
Roum was a member of the unofficial fra-
ternity commonly referred to as Mustangs.
He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in August
1970, serving as an aviation machinist's
mate, jets. Earning a bachelor of science
degree in 1976, he was commissioned an
ensign and designated an aerospace main-
tenance duty officer. After deployments
aboard USS Enterprise (CVN 65) and USS
Coral Sea (CV 43), Roum was reassigned
to the staff of Commander, Light Attack
Wing, Pacific in June 1980.
After some well deserved shore duty,
Roum returned to sea duty on board USS
Constellation (CV 64) until 1986 when
he was selected for postgraduate educa-
tion. Upon completion of the Logistics
Management Program at the Naval
Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif.,
he received his master of science degree in
After almost three decades in the Navy,
Roum was assigned to Naval Air Systems
Command in Patuxent River, Md., which
led to his selection as executive officer
and eventually commanding officer at
NADEP. His unique career achievements
are impressive milestones that had a direct
and lasting role in enhancing aviation
The dedication of the Engineering and
Logistics Complex in Roum's name was
ultimately approved by the Chief of Naval
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spring term, which runs
March 3 through May 4, is
ongoing through March 3.
If have not been able to get
into a class in the past, it's
highly recommended you
register early to reserve a
Placement tests are
required for math and
English. Allow 48 hours for
the Navy College Office to
process your tuition assis-
tance form. For more infor-
mation, call 771-3979.
The following classes will be offered at NAS
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AW2 David Musser of the HS-15 "Red Lions" looks out the door of an SH-60
Seahawk while approaching the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS
Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). Truman is currently underway conducting flight deck cer-
tifications in the Atlantic Ocean.
FFSC offers educational and support programs
From Staff The following workshops are available in
T he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Feb. 6, 9 a.m. to noon - Stress
Family Support Center (FFSC) Management Workshop
Life Skills Education and Support Feb. 8, 1:30-3 p.m. - Sponsor Training
Program is the foremost preventive mea- Feb. 12-15, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
sure for avoidance of personal and family - Transition Assistance Workshop
All FFSC workshops and classes are free Feb. 13, 9 a.m. to noon - Anger
to service members and their families as Management Workshop
well as Department of Defense civilian per- Feb. 21, 10 -11:30 a.m. - Job Search and
sonnel aboard the base. Interviewing Techniques
Pre-registration is required. If special Feb. 21, 12:30-2 p.m. - Resumes and
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required, please notify FFSC upon regis- For further information or to register,
tration. call 542-2766, Ext. 127.
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leet Public Affairs Center Detach-
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be open Tuesdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
NAS Jax. This change went into effect Jan.
The detachment is only authorized to
print commanding officer, executive officer,
command master chief and other official
Department of Defense packages. Services
are also offered for Army and Marine Corps
personnel promotion packages.
Photos taken on Tuesday will be avail-
able for pickup the following Tuesday. If
prints are needed sooner, customers can
pick them up at the NS Mayport office
after three business days or provide a CD
or thumb drive to take images and have
them printed at their own cost.
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by calling 270-7762, Monday through
Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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By Lt. j.g. Jared Raftery
Despite being separated from their
families, the "Mad Foxes" of VP-5
made this Christmas memorable by
donating $1,500 in toys and clothes to chil-
dren in El Salvador.
A week before Christmas, squadron
members raised $900 to purchase toys
and clothes for the youngsters at Shalom
Children's Home. A few days later, the
aircrew and maintainers rallied once
again, and raised another $600 to purchase
gifts for the children of the Quality Hotel
The average worker earns $200 per
month in El Salvador, a country still recov-
ering from a 13-year civil war. VP-5 has
90 personnel stationed there to support
regional efforts to prevent the flow of illicit
drugs destined for United States and other
To make the holiday memorable for
the children in El Salvador, VP-5 went to
the children's home. Don and Rose Ann
Benner founded the home in 1976, just
as the civil war was breaking out. For
30 years, hundreds of children have been
touched by their affection. The Santo
Tomas location grew into 10 buildings,
where children under their care receive
shelter, clothing, food, medical care, and
education in a Christian environment.
Currently, they host 77 children ranging in
ages from newborns to 18 years old.
"Due to the high number of children
under our care, it would have been finan-
cially difficult to get every child a gift.
Without VP-5's help, each child was going
to simply receive candy," said Rose Benner.
After a tour of the spaces, VP-5 present-
ed each of the 77 children individual gifts.
Additionally, a tri-wall full of toys, clothes,
and school supplies was donated by the
Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Sea
Operations Detachment. To express their
thanks, the children organized on stage
and performed songs for the group.
IS1 Kim Danner and PS1 Joy Cassie-
Leach were instrumental in organizing
this unforgettable event. "This experi-
ence left me speechless. I would not have
traded this for anything in the world," said
But, VP-5's overwhelming generosity did
not stop there. The squadron also gave
to the families of the people who serve
them everyday - the hotel staff. The "Mad
Foxes" went back into their pockets, and
collected another $600 for gifts. During
a special party for the hotel's children,
squadron members served food and distrib-
uted gift bags to more than 80 children.
"You do not know how much this means
to our families," said Miriam Lopez, gen-
eral manager of the hotel.
One father also expressed his thanks
stating, "Our people are deeply grateful for
all your generosity."
More than 15 squadron members were
part of the tremendous team effort to raise
donations, shop for presents, wrap gifts
and serve food.
Mental health program serves thousands
Tens of thousands
of military fami-
lies took advan-
tage of the Mental Health
(MHSAP), a Department of
Defense (DoD) program of
anonymous mental health
and alcohol self-directed
screenings, in 2006. This
enormous response is driv-
ing the addition of program
enhancements to provide
more services for families
concerned about themselves
or their children.
The Mental Health Self
funded by the Office of the
Deputy Assistant Secretary
of Defense for Force Health
Protection and Readiness,
will be expanded to bet-
ter serve military families
through telephone tech-
nology, Spanish language
services, and youth sui-
cide prevention programs.
The MHSAP is offered to
all branches and compo-
nents, including National
Guard and Reserve mem-
bers and provides infor-
mation about services pro-
vided through both the
DoD and the Department
of Veterans Affairs. It is
run through Screening for
Mental Health, Inc., (SMH)
a nonprofit organization
headquartered in Wellesley
The MHSAP provides
materials designed to help
installations conduct men-
tal health and alcohol edu-
cation events and an online
available 24 hours a day,
seven days a week to all
military personnel and their
families by visiting www.
org. SMH is now adding a
robust array of new servic-
es designed to expand the
program's reach and make
it more accessible and infor-
* Customizable referrals
- Individual military bases
and National Guard units
will be able to add custom-
ized referrals to the online
screening, linking indi-
viduals with local services
in addition to DoD and VA
mental health services.
* Online assessment
for parents - A new online
assessment will help par-
ents understand if their
children may be suffering
from depression or showing
signs that could be linked
with potential self-injury
* Telephone self-assess-
ment - To serve those who
do not have ready access to
the Internet, there will be a
new pre-recorded, interac-
tive telephone self-assess-
ment program. A toll-free
will connect callers to the
ment. Callers will be pro-
vided with immediate
results and phone numbers
for treatment or education-
* A pilot Spanish lan-
guage version of the pro-
gram - Spanish language
materials will be available
for in-person self assess-
ment, online screening and
the new telephone compo-
n The SOS Signs of Sui-
cide� Prevention Program
will be available for schools
located on military installa-
tions in the U.S. and over-
seas. The SOS program is
the only school-based pro-
gram proven to reduce sui-
cide attempts in a random-
ized, controlled study.
"Our military members
display a courage and dedi-
cation that is unsurpassed
and they and their families
deserve our best efforts to
provide them with sup-
port and links to treatment
services," said Col. Joyce
Adkins, PhD, MPH, a psy-
chologist at the Department
of Defense. "We are con-
tinuing to augment this
program in order to provide
tools that help busy fami-
lies under stress. Help is no
more than a click or phone
"We are very pleased to
continue to offer this impor-
tant program to our nation's
military service members
and their families," added
Douglas Jacobs, MD, SMH
president and CEO. "Their
commitment to service is
inspiring. We hope that by
providing telephone screen-
ing, Spanish language
options, information con-
cerning child mental health
and more expansive and
specific referral options that
we are reducing the burden
they shoulder at least in
some small part."
See MENTAL HEALTH, Page 15
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Photo courtesy of Metro Kids Connection
Back, NAS Jax Sailor of the Year candidates CS1(SW/AW) David Robinson Jr., TM1(SW/AW).
Jaime Quinones, ET1(SW/AW)) Spence Youman and MA1(SW/AW) Quincy Williams gather
with a group of children from the Metro Kids Konnection during a community service project
SOY: Luncheon ceremony becomes shortened celebration
From Page 1
The celebration was
actually supposed to be a
luncheon a few hours ear-
lier, but was rescheduled
because the base had come
together to support the
arrival of the body of Spc.
William Rechenmacher who
was killed in Iraq nearly
two weeks ago.
Capt. Chip Dobson men-
tioned the base's support
during his remarks.
"I want to acknowledge
the flexibility of this cere-
mony because we were sup-
posed to do this at a lun-
cheon today, but for all the
right reasons we've rolled it
into this. I want to thank
everyone who had a part in
this for really doing a mov-
ing job today."
He continued on to
announce the 2006 SOY.
"You guys have done a
great job this week. Though
any of you would be a fan-
tastic Sailor of the year,
there can only be one.
Congratulations to TM1
During acceptance his
speech, Quinones thanked
his fellow SOY nominees.
"This is definitely bitter-
sweet. These guys have
become some of my best
friends. I hope they contin-
ue to show me the support
they've shown me this week
as I continue to show them
ed against four other
first class petty offi-
cers; CS1(SW/AW) David
Robinson Jr., ET1(SW/AW)
Spence Youman, OS1(SW/
AW) Norman Smith and
Williams. The group of
Sailors spent most of the
week together beginning
on Monday with a kick-
off breakfast, a tour of the
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ing and volunteer activities.
NAS Jax Command
Master Chief CMDCM(SW)
Chris Green also gave a few
remarks during the ceremo-
ny. "It's truly an honor to
be standing up here next to
you guys, and I know you've
already sized up your foot-
prints at the Antenna Farm
because you're going to be
standing up here again in
August," he said referring
to the possibility of the
nominees being selected for
chief petty officer later this
Quinones, a Puerto Rican
native, moved to America
with his Navy family at
the age of 10. He gradu-
ated from Green Run High
School in Virginia Beach,
Va. and shortly after,
attended Navy boot camp
in 1993. After completing
Torpedoman's Mate "A"
school, he reported to his
first duty station on board
USS Saratoga (CV 60).
His other duty stations
include USS Emory S. Land
(AS 39), Naval Magazine
Pearl Harbor, USS Harry
S. Truman (CVN 75) and
the NAS Jax Weapons
When asked what his
proudest career achieve-
ment has been, Quinones
stated, "getting command
advanced to a second class
petty officer on board USS
Emory S. Land in Virginia.
That was an honor, but
today is great as well."
Quinones said his great-
est mentor throughout his..
career has been his stepfa-
ther, a lieutenant and G-
3 division' officer on board
,USS George Washington
"I got to serve with him :-
on a father-son tour on my
first ship and ever since
he's mentored me both
locally and from afar."
For his future career
plans, Quinones said, "I,
have about six years left,
and I'm just going to keep
studying, finishing my
degree and shooting for.
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For more information call 542-3493.
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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!
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CPO Club and Budweiser Brewhouse
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Winter Learn to Swim Program
Register at the base gym.
$30 Military/$35 Department of Defense
Monitor Lisa Williams
Alexander Bairan as
his provider, Patricia
Richmond and 7-
m. month-old Tashauna
Jordan watch. Quality
people are desperate-
ly needed to become
child home providers
to care for military
children. Call 542-
5381 for information.
For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.
The Players Championship
Monday - Wednesday tickets - $30.25
Thursday - Sunday tickets -.$60
Weekly Badge - $165
Monster Truck Jam
Feb. 24, 7:30 p.m.
$26 each - Section 208 and Pit Pass
Ultimate Warrior Challenge
Tomorrow, 8 p.m.
Prime Osborn Center
$19.50 for bleacher seats
$28.50 for floor
$50 for VIP
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.
Ice Skating Trip
$5 per person
Superbowl Party at The Zone
$2 if purchased in advance at Liberty
$7 at the door
Jax Barracudas Game
$5, includes ticket and transportation.
Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Fly Boys (PG-13)
Feb. 3, 5 p.m. - Open Season (PG)
Feb. 3, 7 p.m. - The Marine (PG-13)
Feb. 9, 7 p.m. - The Departed (R)
Feb. 16, 7 p.m. - Flicka (PG)
Feb. 17, 5 p.m. - Flushed Away (PG)
Feb. 17, 7 p.m. - The Guardian (PG-13)
Feb. 23, 7 p.m. - Employee of the Month (PG-13)
NAS JAX GOLF CLUB
For more information on the golf course, call 542-3249. For
Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Feb. 6 and 20 for active duty.
Feb. 8 and 22 for retirees and Department of Defense per-
Saturday Golf Blitz
Tee times begin at 11 a.m.
$15 per person
Includes prize purse and team, individual and skins
O'CLUB & T-BAR
For information on booking command or private functions
at the O'Club or T-Bar, call the Officers' Club main office,
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday - Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.
Reef & Beef
$21 per person
All you can eat gourmet beef and seafood buffet.
AUTO SKILLS CENTER
Call 542-3227/3682 for more information
Fuel Injection Cleaning Special
Please make an appointment.
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Call 542-5381 for more information.
Home care providers needed.
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and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals to 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
Golf league forming
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists. The league will be played
on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. All interested
personnel should contact the base gym to pick up
the rules and to get the required paperwork to join
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.
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
Softball meetings coming up
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense (DoD) personnel
and selective reservists only. Meeting will be held
Feb. 14 in the Conference Room in Building 850
for team sign-ups. The following are the times:
11:30 a.m. - Greybeard (active duty, selective
reservists and DoD age 30 and up)
Noon - Intramural (NAS Jax active duty, selective
reservists, and DoD only)
12:30 p.m. - Women (active duty, dependents over
18, retirees, NAS Jax civilian employees)
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
Racquetball tourney coming up
A Captain's Cup Men and Women's Racquetball
Tournament will be held March 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 Feb. 28.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.
Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are
provided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete in
a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)
race and your time must be one of top 10 regional
qualifying times. If you have run in a sanctioned
race and your time meets the regional qualifying
time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run, 40K
For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at
542-2930/3239, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
Greybeard Basketball Standings
As of Jan. 26
Team Wins Losses
CNATTU 6 0
Naval Hospital 4 3
VP-45 4 2
NRD 4 3
VP-30 .1 0
NCTS 3 5
FRC 3 5
CPRW-11 2 5
VP-16 0 2
Intramural Basketball Standings
As of Jan. 26
Team Wins Losses
VS-22 11 0
Naval Hospital 8 1
HS-3 . 6 2
VP-30 6 3
VS-32 4 3
FRCSE 600 7 4
HS-11 3 5
VS-24 3 5
AIMD 5 6
HS-15 3 6
VP-45 3 7
FRCSE 900 1 6
CBMU202 2 8
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 1, 2007 15
A special donation
Photo courtesy of the Children's Home Society of Florida
(From left) Grace Musulim, Kathy Cayton and Henrietta Loper of the Navy Wives Club
Daughters of Dixie present a $300 check to Children's Home Society (CHS) of Florida
Executive Director Bill Shetler. The money will be used to help foster children buy
therapeutic games and crafts to learn behavioral skills. The CHS works to restore and
strengthen families through its various programs and services such as adoption, foster
care, child-abuse prevention programs and a mentoring program.
Volunteers needed for 2007 Gate River Run
hands Jacksonville is the official medical sponsor of the 2007 Gate River Run
scheduled for March 10.
Shands Jacksonville and the University of Florida will provide medical coverage
at the medical tent and first aid stations along the race route. Medical personnel and
non-medical staff are needed to volunteer their time during the race.
Family members and friends are also welcome to volunteer. Volunteers must be at
least 15 years of age. Most volunteers must be willing to work from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Some volunteers will be a part of the break down crew and must be willing to work from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Some volunteers are needed the day before the race March 9 to assist
with set up.
Volunteers will receive complimentary food and a free T-shirt.
If you would like to volunteer or have questions, call Dianne Parker at 244-4330 or
Tina Wrye at 244-4232.
The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA Jax
No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each month.
Meetings are held in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop
is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first
Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For
more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl Aran at
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
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers
available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-
4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an appointment
or for more information, call 269-2945. The chapter
also offers bingo every Saturday at 10 a.m. The
public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active
and Retired Federal Employees invites all active
and retired employees to their regular monthly
meeting the second Tuesday of each month at
1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library on Plainfield
Avenue in Orange Park. For more information, call
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership 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 email@example.com.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held the
second Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at The
Country Cabin restaurant located on Blanding
Boulevard. This organization is open to any single,
divorced, separated, or widowed that have children
of any ages. For more information, please check
out our Web site at www.pwpnflorida.com or call
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westslde 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@
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's
meeting is held the third Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call 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, Na-
tional Active and Retired Federal Employees
Association extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired federal employees
to our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
The annual Four Chaplain Memorial Service will
be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Oceans/Beaches
Post 129 in Jacksonville Beach. This service is held
to remember four chaplains who sacrificed their
lives after the sinking of USAT Dorchester Feb. 3,
1943. For more information, call 318-0363.
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.
The second annual Friends of BASCA Golf
Classic is March 30 at 12:30 p.m. at the Eagle
Harbor Golf Club. BASCA is a Clay County non-
profit organization that helps disabled men,
women and children in Northern Florida. For more
information, call Marj at 338-5443 or Ron at 614-
The sixth annual Troop 362 Car Show will be held
March 31 behind the Orange Park Kennel Club.
The event is free. For more information, call 343-
0174 or 504-8142.
MENTAL HEALTH: Providers invited to link to Web page
From .ige' I: program in newsletters or mailing lists.
The online program is available at www.
Local health providers, hospitals, busi- MilitaryMentalHealth.org. A graphic is
nesses or mental health centers inter- also available to use as a web page icon.
ested in supporting the DoD effort can For more information call 781-239-0071.
help by placing a link to the online Mental e-mail Military@MentalHealthScreening.
Health Self-Assessmeqt on their Web page org or visit www.MentalHealthScreening.
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Michael Shorstein cath ceilings, fplc, Ig grt 3/2.5 Tnhm iw/ garage. (oniiin t oae covered p g, menI O tract, $1750/AC;
348-6400 or 800-348634 rm a kit,/pool. + In vs 1649qLoatedina 6 219- 26 4c- OP 949- 27 : Clay Coun 1416 acres Emanuel Co.
Lews Morris St. PRICED BELOW Mu sell i 904- 386- 5449 cul-de-sac w/nature " ' great hunting or invest-
CASH OR HOUSES f 39k Quick sales at MARKET preserve bk. FRUIT COVE - FSBO BEACHES ouy mnt tt C
NO HAGGLING, ALL Os229k 716- 7766 HOSIDE OFormalAliving& din 3/2.5, eat in kit, 3/4 ac 1838 acues in Emanuel
AREAS AND PRIC ES. 3/ 2, 1674F, former 00% FinancI g Bnkrpcy, rooms, 2 car garage shed & built in wood A D You Wont i Nasau Cot Ca. great t im ber
mE d L IbSelf EMP, Invest OK. morel Minima cl osings rack convey, stone fpc E PALATKA Witerfront/ nly Bls F On e e o h
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REALNET OF NE FL, INC Okle Plantation- model. Only 21K. Mark04- 233- 41 costs ith select lend- 2 ar, new rof, c Pool.200s. mi's to Jax tract 2500/AC. Cl
1-800-AS-IS-NOW .I Beautful 4/3 sfr for MLS#335901 rs. $189,500; kit app, $350k 230- 4175 Lease Option. M E S R 2 ounvic
re mily-- For SGpe oar 1500rm579K. 904- 232-- 5n26 New 2 & - Bir - :a S. 0rr 5B 478- 3- acres on e 1 r e
Accident? Arrest? Divorce? options avail, highly 5 C -8 s swd pool, 1 ., fa .. Call nforAo Pooponni 20nS ,r 3rAr a or0 216.
J571-9821 D-gko- 14 acres on.ray ne o St ,t . Mary's mrn WESTD8100 -
$149,900 994n8899 CONQUEST REALTY, r1130 PerreNCGHgrine .DCir. wsB
Michael selling , ocei coiings, f , (�r 3/2.5 Cnh n ew/garage. bank b y G og al living covered 3Parkig,:iT, Baker County grLeat hunting orinvest
(813)220- 088 904-378-0510 motivated seller635- 5997 +i ad l 1oti r8 Approx 8 a 8 v.l00' 0r on river.,
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3- 155 hd wd f rm Buying ling or 225-5510 OR 5717177 3/4 acrel-de-sa sewer K. 904- 262- 1116 To advertise �".'',"i'c". 3k,3e HOme
TURNED DOWN FOR$4Y59900 9948899 , 94 _____________________vopen floor 26 14 aI es ue hL Yomearys
80N av H. LIda refinancing? Contact nplan. $289,900. 904-797-7699 n hi ml,
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DhOUcl LhlI (-404 270 112 i '_ Fr, 4 H, 5. '. . ,-ii0 3. n.frar"l.' i mIli. mlllO 00n shed. Many extras. 10
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foryou're buyAll,,,lrlldncll669r Gilfand Clay-.. l. G2BR/2BA, New
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givt: rile 0 oC b ewas isento ,O rPo '''nm .erC -r I.,, r,,r, , .
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Itt C US Hwy IPa d aser II,,,,r, i-,,In.lr.,, nll ar -'.n .a," $110,000. 695- 2094
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onew or used home. Ask
NORTHCAROINA_________1______ _Lots and me how. Call 249- 9546.
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00G, Box 2, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville. FL 32212, or to Jas Air News, !'ld. &eHuge oaks, nice beoch.
hePovil I.ondsLco d a810 $655500. (904)247- 6508
Monday One RiVerside Aenue, Jacksonville. FL 32202 Free Ae. 3O ti25- 11 55
One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202 VA Land: 12 ACRES
NORTHSIDE 3 ac off River front S59,990K;
Lannie Rd., completely Also NC lund: 30acs,
fenced, pond, fruit Trees. 7mile view $109K
Pertecl land to build on. Pics: 919- a93- 8984
S150K. Ph. 509-5812 oYner@newbranch.com
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILL.E, Thursday, February 1, 2007
HOUSES CASH !
Any cond, handyfnanl,
distressed, vacant or
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
TOO SMALL !! !
1 BR, All Util. Inci,
OrL Bus Line, No Pets,
$560/Mo.563-0350 or 868-1601
* St. Johns
ARGYLE-2 bdr/2.5 bth
BRAND NEW condo in Argyle
area Gated community,pool,
W/D, garage $1,100/ month
Call 260-4488 ext. 366
ORANGE PARK 2/2, fpl,
wet bar, WD hookup,
new paint new carpet,
*Conv to Town & Beaches
FROM $395 MO
Furn & Unfurn
Willow Lakes of Arl
7703 Hare Ave.
EFFIC $100WK, Apt
$150week, also houses
for rent furn/ unfurn wk,
Mandarin Lovely Effec.
on 1 acre w/ptond $700m
No pets. 2888830
remod 2br. appi, section
8 OK, $595mo + $300
.dep. Call 904-403-2488
SAN MARCO LOFTS
One of a kind From $895
1450 Flogler 904- 396-9601
SPRINGFIELD - 2br/lba,
143 18th St. E. 2nd
floor, wtr incid, $625mo.
+ $600 sec dep. 207-9334
WESTSIDE 2br Newly
Remod. W/D conn S665mo.
Free rent special. Seaboard
Oaks. Frances @ 904-778-9836
Near NA .a10
1/2 OFF FIRT -
* St. Johns
or long term lease, 1/1
country cottage on priv.
lot nr river S800m 537-8520
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
New 4br/2.5ba, rent ar
own, $1375mo, Coil
864-7579 or 434.4920
MIDDLEBURG 4/2 all
brick, culdesac, good
Moorlnas Home Built
2004. d bd/3.5 bth
(800)785-98089 Ext 291
condo in Ravines,
$1300mo 2/2.5, 1800SF,
$249K OBO 904-838 6603
Option 3/2, 4 car garage
fen 1.5 ac. 2000sf. $1SOO,
call Mike 904 838-6603
ORANGE PARK Pretty
and clean 3/2, 2 car oar,
fen bk yd, $1000 ma no
petls orsmkg 904-264-6805
ORANGE PARK -5/4,
subdv, Oakleaf Planta-
tion bit in '05, 3500sf,
$1750mo This home can
be purchased with Pos-
sible no money down
Orange Park 4br/2ba, all
brick, new cond, Great
neighborhood, fen yd, no
pets, $S1195m 904-610-6463
ORANGE PARK RTO
new 4/3 in Ealo Land-
ing, $3500 moves you in.
$429K. Call 305-812-0523
Orange Park. 2
Story, S BR & 3 1M1
1BA. s oppis, fo t
groom, big backyard,
sprinkler sys, 2 car
garage, Many *, i *
for info call " l . i
3/2, bkyd, fenced,
t pool deck, front
' porch, dog house, 1
air ucr, w/carport, 4car
. . all
.. .ir, . ' . /i ,. :i -3652,
lit loave nms/emall
1560(If, 4I c r
d..I Itrvwny I carport-+-
u ht ra", fenced,
11111l. , II ....
Forest Sub, 2/2, 1112 SF,
garage. $1150t . o+dep
Arlington - upscale neigh-
borhood, 3/2, 2000sf, w/d,
dw, fplc, fncd, 2 car gar,
ARLINGTON 2/1.5, quiet
area, 5mn from down-
town/ Regency $S875mo.
Arlington 4/2 garage LR,
DR. FR w/fpl, ch&.a, tile
/hw firs, no pets S1295mo
+ sec. dep. 904-705-8094
BEACH -Jacksonville 4/2,
open fir pin, eat in kit
w/bar, 2 car oar, avail
immed, S1595. 76-7831
ington 3/2, 1200SF, gar,
comm pool. no dogs,
Kernan 3/2, 2car, exc loc,
w/d, community pool,
MANDARIN 3741 N. Ride
Dr. Immac. 2 story, 3/2,
$1200m. 759-9314 / 955-3830
MURRAY HILL -1127
Scotten Rd. 3/2, renovated,
For sale/ rent, 387-2283
MURRAY HILL -duplex,
2/1, upstairs unit,
$675mo, No HUD 809
McDuff Av S.904-887-4440
Northside TIRED OF
RENTING? Own this
2br $0 down $650mo.
Slow credit ok.With
stable lob. 745-0045
NORTHSIDE 3/1 CH&A,
$650+DEP. HUD OK.
First Coast Realty
NORTHSIDE- Off Dunn
Ave 4/2.5 $1175 + Dep.
2 story home.
NORTHSIDE 7041 Alan
Ave off Lem Turner 3/1
New rehab $775m $500d
No HUD. 904-687-4962
NORTHSIDE -4933 Trout
River Blvd. 2/1, CH&A,
water front , no pets
$1000 + dep. 759-6628
NORTHSIDE -491 Mitch-
ell St. $750MO, 3/1, new
deck, Ig fenced
yard, Ig parking,
w/d hookup, screened
porch, curd pch, $900/m,
$900 dep. 707-1298
Ortega 1/1 Cottage $550
W&D Hkp, Storage, Cozy
Near Shops and Grocery.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
Cottages, 2br, iba, w/d,
$575mo. & 1/1 $475, no
ORTEGA FARMS 3/1 $795
ch&a, WD Hkp, Carport,
Kit Equip, Fenced Bkyd.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
PAXON 3/1 $795 CH&A
Newly Renovated, W&D
Hkp, FR, 1300sf, Must C.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
Ponte Vedra 5/4, gated
waterfront comm. 3400sf,
bit 2004 granite, 19x19
bonus rm $2950m. 881-0895
RIVERSIDE -Ig 4/2,
hrdwd firs, ceramic tile,
w/d hkp, 2 car gar,
RIVERSIDE 3/1 $725
ch&a, 1200sf, W&D Hkp,
FR, Fenced Back, Must C
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
ROLLING HILLS 3/2 $895
1500sf, Lg Fam Rm, ch&a
1 Car Gar, Storage, Fncd.
VANSANDT RE 3893540
SAN MARCO / SAN JOSE
3/2 river view, appli'd,
lawn care incld. $1250mo
+ dep. 904-725-0157
9539 Glen Abby Way, 3/2,
2car gar, cony loc. $1350
+ 1200 dep 904-318-0191
SOUTHSIDE- Sutton Lake
4/2/2, fenced yard,
2000sf, community pool
8000 Renualt Dr. S. 3/2,
sale or rent. 387-2283
Westside Lakeshore 3'2
. .. , ...C.
VANSANOT RE 389] 30
WVslSldde Jax Heghls 1 2
- : i.- i Irn,. ,.,:
VANSA'NDT RE 389354')
WESTSIDE reni .r r RTC
" i ' m .. L. ,.r.gi.:.r.,
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WHITEHOUSE -New 3/2,
2car gar, 2400sf, fpic,
comm. pool, w/d, S1400m
t | remodeled
kitchen, fam room,
bonus room, boathouse,
Home-3/1.5, 2 car
garage, Irg yard,
ORS. 2470 Wattletree
Rd. W. Call Matt
1 car garage & car-
port, easy access to
NAS, $950 plus
& Amazing 3BDRM
vated kitchen &
carpet & tile floor, big
yard, call 387-6022
4, Custom Brick
tile/berber flooring, 2
car garage, FL rm,
CR210/SOUTH LAKE 4/2,
2car gar, 1700st, fPel, airm
preserve lot on culdesac,
CR 210 TOWNHOUSE
Brand New 3/2.5 Will do
short term. $1000 MO.
Call Wendy 813.2796
Well below Mkt Value
Jullngton CP NE W
5/3,5 $2000 mo. And
NEW 4/2,5 $1800 mo.
PALENCIA 3/2, end unit,
scrn pato, gated, pool,
IncI. catv, DSL & water,
$1295m. 904 887 9926
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
TPC, Lakefront, Irf yd,
4/4, 3000st, 2cor Bar,
appis, fpl, lawn care inci
Pt/Reserve, beautiful 4/3
gated, w/d, sunroom, Irg
backed, culdesac, lawn
svc Incl. $2300m. 285-B888
ST JOHN'S COUNTY
near Neese High School,
3/2, 2cor garage new.
WD $1250mo 904-803-8579
2/1 Oceanfront Cottage,
porches, W/D. $1150
SSt. Mary's- 2/2, gar,
ifncd vd, private
S|^ pool access, 2.2
Avail 2/15/07, $580/month.
ORANGE PANK newlyy
di n 3.- luxtirv rivar-
S - .... Isl 1 ir, w/d,
S ....... . 998-0672
NEW CONDO with LAKE
view in Oakleaif Plantation
S0o00o 2 bodrm/ 2b1 h flat with
Call 260 4488 ext. 366
New 3/2.5 gated condo,
w/attach oar, off Bland-
ing, pool, playground
and more, $1050mo.
386-569-56-11 or 906-9532
Orange Park-BRAND NEW
CONDO in Gated Commu-
nity, pool, W/D, garage
Call 260-4488 ext. 366
95 los logos condos 3/3
TH 1750sf stunning
lake view, totally emod-
eled,new wood floors
tile & carpet.
new applIlge porch 2
pools must see
BAYMEADOWS 2/2 fpic
on lake 1st fir, scrn prch
Irg rms, pvt ent. sec sys,
NP, NS 975+904-200-6446
Ocean Front 1/1 remod.,
granite, garage & water
incl. $1375mo. 881-0895
Gated, new 3/3, 2100SF.
granite, garage, pool &
fitness. $1895. 881-0895
SAN MARCO New luxury
2/2, granite countertops,
S/S appis, 20th fir river
view, 1545sf, lots of extras
SAN MARCO PLACE-
Executive Luxury River-
front 2/2 Condo Tennis,
swimming, hot tub Wt.
rm Million $ view 14th
floor overlook Downtwn
$1750 mo. 904-472-3445
SOUTHSIDE 3/2, 1200 sq.
ft. washer & dryer, full
kit, garage, gated, Call
SOUTHSIDE neW Twnhm
2/2.5, attach, gar, gated,
pool, no smokers or
pets. $950m. 424-2354
SOUTHSIDE 2/2 1069sf.
gar, scrn porch, 1st fir,
$975 + dep. 904-652-8460
5151 Playpen Drive,
Bldg 4, Unit 1. Timber
Near Son Marco, Adorable
2 bedroom 2 both, $700 + Dep
PONTA VEDRA BEACH
E. A1A 2/2, fpt, WD,
garage, $950mo + dep.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Gated, 1/den, fplc, view,
renov., non smoker $950
w/lease opt. 614-7777
PONTE VEDRA BCH
Luxury 2/2 condo, only
18 mi SE of Jax.
Located at an exclusive
gated comm, complete
w/ clubhouse, fitness
center, indoor pool, and
shuttle srvc to beach.
Call American Dream
* St. Johns
* St. Johns
NORTHSIDE -2/2, likng
new, CH&A, Mustove,llrig,
w/dA no drugs or pets
* St. Johns
BrUiks oc cond ava
W Restaurant For
Mi it at ary Owner beingPrk
indeployed, Must Sell of
shell, interior build out
* St. Johns
brick office condo, avail
Furnished 12 Telephones and
Workstations, Ready to Go.
SOUTHSIDE -Lease for
office space suitable for
to be divided int0 4
contact Sunil Sarkar
* St. Johns
. I MO.rTiTTSMI-
ATLANTIC BEACH .'lin SOUTHSIDE . Fi. .:.
Slreel, 2Dri .oo io ,:,wn ' ,,, .. re . r,:.,-3 . a
house, $750mo + $500 Z,:..ra CCr'2 :,J - .. :'':1*�
dep. Call 904-237-3229 -..' -T ______
JULINGTON CREEK . ,,,O UT:HS 1DE
-Wonderful 3/2 for rent. r ". r..
Great amenities and '-.2c, i... , , ':.1",-,i-...
great school/ n'hood,. a. -:C .-.1. , ._ '"i
Close to everything, . ..r i. - i
476-8572 E :..- i.:.r,.jr n C.)
NORTHSIDE Newly built
3B/2.5B, new appis, gar. ' WAREHOUSE
$1300m+1mo. dep. .: .E . ,.r
Call 904.744.8657/314-0240 I :, ":.'. C-.:,: r,
SO U T H S ID E T inseltow n E l ,i:' .. , ,-..- *::,.
2/2.5 condo,gated, all ." . r _ ._ _ ,__,r
appliances, $1100/mo; NEAR ALLTEL
good credit req 904-613-7258 BUILDING
Ortega-Close to . ., .:. :. j ..r "| '"
NAS 2/2 townhouse
for rent, $700
deposit, $875 a
month. Available Feb
1st, Call 541-0827
* St. Johns
*-- . . - - -B
NEW OFFICE SUITES
1,920 sf1to 11,520sf
Eastpark Great locationI
R o m ts(904) 998-9339
Southside - Roommate Southside/Westrsde
wanted to shore Town- All New Retail Centers
house 3 bdrms 2.5 both Tenant Financing Available
2 fireplaces & 2 car 288-8500
garage. Call 434-2170
' St. Johns
ORANGE PARK room
for rent utilities & cable
incl, extra clean. Call
inground pool, $4150
monthly + dep.
home 8 miles from
Mavport for share,
S525 includes all.
Call home (904)223-1843
or cell (904)571-5215
Family looking for
to share 4/2 home.
Point. Alta area. Coall
652-3811, Avail. now
cozy home, nicely
furnished room, $325 +
utilt Ies I deposit. Call
Includes utils, w/d, cablo
$105/wk. 161 2977
WNSTSIDE priv nitl, hi,
U II l i I11 rni' 110 1 <
$llS/wk, 7/71 116
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KINGS INN (904) 7253343
QUALITY INN (904) 264.1311
* Fictitious Names
* Financial Services
* Money to Lend or
* Mortgages Bought
TURN KEY UNLIMITED
HAIR SALON -turnkey,
mmro down, owner fin. 4
locations. $20k ea. can
oiell individually. Must
LIQUOR STORE -serious
886-4501 between 10-3only
Refi. NOW or SELL
Call Mark 904-233-4231
UP TO $30K
at 8% , Pay $444.37 for
7yrs. No assets req as
long as your are
working FT. Bad
credit? No problem.
Pay Cash For Owner Fin.
and Lottery Payments.
WE HAVE YOUR
MONEY -We are pay-
ing top dollar for pri-
vately owned mtg notes
& structured settle-
ments. 904- 858-1824
Refi. NOW or SELL
Call Mark 904-233-4231
EARN 15%. Secured by
1st. mortgage on real
* Specialty Training/
1 Week Day Class Feb 5
8 Week Eve Class March 14
Florida Real Estate Institute
* Job Fairs
* Resume Service
* Civil Service/
* Computer Hardware/
* Customer Service
* Domestic Servicesl
* Delivery Driver
* General Employment
* Industrial Trades
* Law Enforcementi
* MedmaliHealth Care
* NursesiNurses Aides
* Personal Servicesi
* Social Services,
* Technical Support
* Work at Home
* Positions Wanted
MIn. Syrs exp. in site &
work. Ablilty to coordi-
nate multiple lobs w/iob
Email resume to
30 SEAT- 24 / 7 INBOUND
CALL CTR- take orders
from print & TV ads,
pass spelling, grammar,
Call 739-3700 for Oppi.
for Org. Pk. Gen DDS
growing team. M-Th.
Min 2 yrs chairside Exp.
TOP skills. Front office
duties too. Call 272-2438
Caregiver for 3
the Summer Season, in
my home. Non smoker.
Ft. Caroline area. Must
w/ warehouse duties.
Entry level, $8hr.
Apply In person at
The Parts House 10321
Fortune Parkway, Bldg
400. Drug Free wkplc
needs flatbed drivers. 3yrs
exp. Home nightly. Hourly
+ OT + benefits.
P-3C AIP NFO
DPA Jacksonville, FL
seeks exp'd P-3C AIP
NFO (TACCO) SME
for the development of
No Mandatory Tip Outs
exp needed. Must have
min 3 yrs exp, know
programs/ placing, exp
all types of paper, Calyx
DU, LP with exc comm
skills. Sal + Bonus
based on exp. Fax Res
to: 904-562-7184 EROE
$500 sign-on bonus!
Brinks, Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
* Full Medical/Dental Pkg
*Company Matching 401k
* Tuition Reimbursement
*Time & half for 40+ hrs
- Avg Annual Salary $29K
Qualified candidates will
SDrug test/D.O.T. physical
For directions or more
information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's is
an equal opportunity
$150-$450 a day.
Start Now - 401k, benefits
Call Shannon or Wendy
396 391: or 591. 3915
Breakfast Display Kitchen
Cook - Part Time
Apply in person
at JTB & 1-95
4670 Lenoir Ave. South
Jacksonville, FL 32216
AUTO BODY TECH
& 2 HELPERS.
for the following:
and benefits package.
Email resume to:
or fax to 205-263-4063.
PAINTERS Turn key and
bathtub refinishes. Top
pay + bonus. Exp req.
Transp needed. Will
driver lic 260-7059
for Family Practice
APRN in MacClenny,
FL. $10,000 bonus -no
Contact us via e-mail -
or phone - 205-988-9577
& GUN OPERATORS &
with exp. Immediate
openings for Starke
Fiberglass Boat Manu-
facturer. Pay based on
exp. Call 904-964-8228
for more information.
ENTRY LEVEL ACCTG
FT/Class A office Bldg.
AR, Data entry, record
keeping. Email resume
w/salary req's. to:
a Birmingham based
management Co., has
immediate openings at
Kendall Lake, a new
nity, for a Community
nance Supervisor and
Email resume to
or fax to 850-587-5457.
Future is Stronger.
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Please apply online at
or call (9o4) 398-2090 for an appointment.
Loomis, Fargo & Co. full-time employees enjoy a benefits
package that's one of the best in the industry, including
medical, dental, vision, disability, 40ok and more. EOE.
M/F/V/D. Drug-Free Workplace.
MANAGING CASH IN SOCIETY
EVERY SEASON STARTS AT
Coming Soon! New store opening in the Orange Park Mall.
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FT 3 conseq. yrs exp
req. SS, top pao
$1500 Sign on
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/
2 or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
* Home most wknds
* NEW PAY PACK-
* 0/OP pay $.90/mile
+ fuel supplement
* $.01 Safety Bonus
* $.02 Service Bonus
* Medical Dental 401k
* Paid Vac & holidays
* Optional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Optional Per Diem
800-723-3424 for info
NEED MONEY FAST???
People get huge tax
returns this time of yr.
Those people call cabs.
They call us.
Come drive for us!
YELLOW CAB. 493-5222
Make $400+ per week!
Must be over 23 years old
with a clean record.
493-5246 9am to 1pm
CHILD CARE avail in my
home, game systems
crafts & meals. Daily,
wkly over night rates.
2yo & up. Debby 276-3125
HOME DAY CARE
area. Licensed. Limited
openings for full time
care 1 year & up. Please
call for details 714-9986
MONICA'S L. CLEANING
The best prices & Quality
of Services in Town.
Veteran Family Owns &
Operated Serving you
Since 2003. Licensed.
hours 9:00 am - 5pm
BEST Massage & Facial
Go W. on 103rd St. pass
McManus Rd. turn right
into Timber Run. $5. OFF
AC, Heating, Riel
Arts & Crafts
Craft- Thrift Stores
Hot lubs. Spas
Wanted to Buy or
.10 :S5 !4 seawonid.
Fr 0 hee lo ighter 2 '
S China Set-Castleton
Rose Pattern from
1940s, includes serv-
ing pieces. $280 OBO.
Rare Antique Haiti
Platter, $125. 771-0249
Black & Decker, 10
cup, digital display,
New, $32. 268-2482
Dry/Washer Super Big Cap.
Exc. Condition $200 for both.
, Stainless Double
S Faucet- Value new
over $260. Good
Condition, Asking $60.
Call Sue @ 781-7707
, Upeight Frigidaire
S f frost-free, 20 cu
feet, $150. Call Deb-
4, Washer &
Dryer-GE Profile, 2
years old, white,
exc cond, asking
$450 OBO (904)803-4287
Loader, Exc Cond,
extra large capac-
ity, white, $149. Coll
, Whirlpool Washer &
Dryer Set-About 2
yvrs old, excellent
shape, will deliver,
A Whirlpool Washer &
lent Condition, $100
each, both $175.
Cash Only, Call 472-1417
or 777-6660 anytime.
used sondw units, prep
tables, steamer, Call
for appt. 904-333-1600
SNavy Chief Uni-
42-44 Jackets, press
excellent cond, work
whites, belts, Call
Sports Card Collection
250,000, approx 85%
baseball, 15% football,
basketball, hockey &
racing. Moving must sell
$15,000 OBO. For more
Info call 904-616-5063
graphics card, $250
OBO. Call (904)687-0561
tion TV-56". 1 yr
old, asking $600.
Also 52" Projection
TV, 1.5 yr old, asking
$400. Michele 874-8877
Computer- with 15"
monitor and speak-
ers. 406HD, 64meg
memory, CDRW drive,
$70. 15" monitor, $20.
nal, one control, one
A. I 7 game incl, $25.
ESTATE SALE -Sat Feb
3rd, 9am-4pm, Fostoria
Crystal, Royal Doulton
China, Antq figurins,
records and tapes, furn,
etc. 4332 Dazet Ct. 32210
Mandarin - Furn., appl's,
clothing, baby items...
ENTIRE contents must
go. Fri 2/2 - Sat 2/3 8am �
3pm 4332 Pilgrim Way.
Huntington Forest Sub.
BED- Absolute all new
sets Qn Pill Top $100 in
plastic. Can del. 391-0015
BED Absolute All Brand
New Pillow Top Sets
Kings 250 Queen $110
Memory Foam from $300
BED-Brand NameFull set
$119, new w/war in plans
tic. 391-0015 Can deliver
BED Cherry sleigh, Solid
wood set $375, Retail
$950. 8589350.Can deliver
BED- Queen Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set, New in Plastic,
Must sell $110 904-674-0405
" Bed-Red Corvette
Little Tykes, Like
New, 103" .length,
53" wide, twin mat-
tress inci, $150.
BEDROOM 6pc CHERRY
4 Black Llhr
3 sealer Theafer
" Bunk BdsT .
co3 s,, Thca
4J 2 Cabnels ...
i a l -oll 1 ,
,- .r .r r? . ?-...
* . cr r.
" n . 8 :a.:. .r ,
C O Ur -.E.j ..j1-. 1.
Enlr Canm ri C , nl,
E E , _inoc, e .h'.:,
, Table,, :.a ..
ll- n;i0s ,':i- re - .
belre , rr.
FURNITURE . ...
r or .r.c al cr.'. r *.: .
i I,) 51 " '
4 Girl Twin Bedr L'1-
I N.: , - rI r,. l,
ac.,r :-r o - D. .
rs , ..hke r. .. , 1,
Sf, (Momingl-e ur
. a ' . :n.r
,, . o ,ilU c r. '1; ,
lows, exc cond $2000
MATTRESS Brand Name
KG $155 new w/warr, in
plastic 858-9350. Can Del
MATTRESS Mem. foam,
Brand name SET,new w/
war $340 398-5200 can del
MATTRESS Queen Plush
Set. Brand New in plastic
$95 Must sell 904-674-0405
MATTRESS KING SIZE
New, Still in Plastic, $175
otooman, tobies, fir
lamp. Tropical uphol-
stery. $800. Call
top coffee & end table,
$350 cash. Call
Used very little. $25.
Call 673-6255 or email
green $300, oak end
table $50, oak sofa
table $100. (904)349-3751
?.*-,3� ^ i
Sleeper Sofa &
S200. 2 swivel 29"
bar stools, $300 for both.
4, Sofa-Great cond,
S Solid Oak 7 Piece
chairs, exc cond,
new, $750. Must Sell
S Toddler Bed-
Good Condition, $50.
4 TV Stand-for 50 in
flat screen, glass
shelves. Cost S250.
Sell for $150. Coll
S2 While Wicker
ing)3 Choirs, table,
ment center, navy new
cushions, $700 OBO.
-Fri-Sat Garden & mech
tools, drill press, pres
wshr, sm mower, rotary
tiller, ladders, scatold,
lawn turn, roll box toot
chest, cement pottery,
lots of misc. 14162
Pleasant Point Ln.
NORTHSIDE -Sat 9-6,
3378 Elsie Ct. No early
birds before 9am.
Northside-Sell your stuff
w/us. $8+4-. Pecan Park
Flea Mkt. 904-751-6770
SOUTHSIDE -50yrs +Dep
gis, lamps, tbis, trdml,
hoveround chr, sdbrd,
sctry. 1314 Live Oak Ln.
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
day, Feb 3rd, 1098
Clothes, household, lots
Kid" Sale-Feb 16-24,
1700 San Jose Blvd, Visit
KidTKId.com for details
in, both blades move for
less vibration. Scabbard,
never used. $40 268-2482
& Decker, electric.
Heavy duty. Does a
great lob, exc cond
6, $375. And 1 Ct
7-stone Ladie's diamond
wedding band, size 6,
Trampoline w/encl $400,
Fort PT w/slide, frmens
rope, climb net $400 Gas
heater $100. 904-259-1528
$50. Good Cond.
** HOSPITAL BED **
Invacare, electric, hardly
used. $450 firm
S are Torgue SP Pwr
tilt, excellent shape,
lists over $5000, sell S850.
"Left Behind" Book
S Series-Set of 13
lent condition, $40.
4, "New" Tube
S Smoker-2 entry,
L cooking surfaces,
neys, single axle trailer,
2 in hitch, 12x6x5. Used
once, $1500, 693-4452
37" Panasonic HDTV less
than 2 yrs old $500, Sony
DVD/VHS player like
new $100, Samsung
DVD/VHS player $75,
Wingback chair recently
Crystal lamps $100 a
pair, 26" Mems 21spd
bicycle $100. Call
black w/pearl, like
new, $500. Upright
Antique milk can,
Broan 30 in Under
3-light Brass &
Glass, Hanging Light
4 Criminal Justice 333
tion, lowest prices
for St. Leo classes. Also
Religion 401 books &
Northern Anthology of
Western Lit, Eng 225.
Call Mary 612-9998
New, never used.
Also, DJ console &
S equip. Call
Suzanne; 542-3849 or
style, 17"H, 26"W,
Like new, $50
SGolf Cart-4/6 pas-
Ssenger, new tires,
seats. Lift kit. 11 hp
motor, delivery avail-
able. $1500. 813-9774
Kenmore Washer &
Exc Cond, Can
Old Milk Can w/Top
2ft to l, exc cond
Three wheelers S20
eo, boys' 10in bike,
S30. Murray Lawn
Tony Boselli full
stand-up. 'Own a
piece of Jaguar
history'. S95 268-2482
Rolltop desk, $300.
King Sleigh Bed,
$800. Chest of Drawers
$25. Mirrors, $25.
Spool Large copac-
ity, deluxe, 3 yr old,
little use-$375. 2
piece wheeled luggge,
TIONS I hove it, tool,
fabric, flowers, vases.
$2000 for all. 282-0093
Gibson 12 String
shell case Incl. $150
piano and bench,
refinished and tuned.
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/PREE PRICE LIST
JAx AIR NEWS, NAS JACK SONvi.iL., Thursday, February 1, 2007
4t 35 mm Cannon
size, sure shot 130U.
takes great photos,
w/box, papers, $50.
ATV: Yamaha Rhino 660
2006, w/trailer New
cond. $8200. 282- 4571
4 Bowling ball-New,
never used, never
Columbia. Cost $85,
sell for $35. call 451- 7210
Must Move, I- 95
exit 360, $100
4 Golf Balls
brands, $3.50 per
dozen, 3 dozen for
$10. 786- 4406 anytime
4, Pool Table For
Sale-7ft comes with
Iall accessories, Call
Slate Oak. All accesso-
ries $900 firm 282- 0093
ries, excellent con-
dition, $175 OBO.
R7-400cc stiff shaft,
Week Race Tickets
Daytona 500, Busch
Twin 150s. Selling at
Face Value, Call
SUPER BOWL- NFLfan
needs Super Bowl tick-
ets. Please call
727- 647- 2468
Please call 904.349.4000
100 Gallon Acrylic
ter setup, every-
thing Incl, Moving,
Must Sell, $500 OBO.
Pups shots NKC reg.
POP, champ bloodline
$600 904- 270- 8834
Bichon Frise Puppies
Gorgeous white babies,
chasing tails, $650
727- 726- 4249 Clearwater
BICHON FRISE AKC
Pups, F, small, HC $700.
904- 695- 9336,349- 6269
BICHON PUPS, M/F, reg
HC, hyper allergenic, non
shed, white powder puff
$800 & up. 904.501-4891
BOSTON TERRIERS PUPS
vet ck $400. 9042194762
BULLDOG - pups, CKC, 7
M, 2F, $1800. Call atder
12pm 912- 458- 2684
Dachshund Mini CKC,
Pu8wkps POP home raised,
$35Males 904 up- 7058- 160907
DACHSUNDS -utif pups, 2
fem, s/w, call for details
375-Shots, (912)673- 96302215
Doberman Shep.nscer AKC
OFA Bik &Tan /Red &.
Tan M/F champ lines
8wks S/W hith cert POP
Males 904- 705- 81601-
4& Free 1 Year Old
at- Beautiful, sre and damLong
2 hair . Spayed 0.&
Shots, (912)6732- 9630
German ShTD E Pups AKC
exc. breeding, child
friendly. 904- 880- 6736
- AKC, pups, ready tar
Valentines Day, HC,
beautiful, sire and dome
are on premises.
2Jack tters regava chippe$350.
386- 362- 9093
GRBAT DANE - AKCllow &
s/w, $650 045.2781. Ready
for Valentine's Day
Italian Greyhound iToy)
9$600 & up. 904- 375- 1791
Jack Russells reg chipped
LAB pups AKC yellow &
chocolate HC 8wks play-
ful cash only 751- 3840
LAB PUPS AKC English
9 weeks, $400 38604- 963- 2520
Mastiff/ Ridgeback 5,
Boxer/ Mastiff 4,
Boxers 3, home raised,
crate trained. love kids,
904- 353- 1101 after6pm
Mini SCHNAUZERS AKC,
or grey white. 655- 0754
OCEANWAY - 1038 Regis
Family, household items
Old English Sheepdog,
puppies, AKC. Ready
2/1607. 386- 547- 7- 563.
CKC, M & F $450- $550
Ready now I 904- 673- 3816
Pomeriaian Pups - AKC,
IBIk/F $575; 2 whlte/M
$525; 8wks. 904- 537- 7272
Male, trade or $600.
Call: 904- 673- 3816
POODLE - Tiny toy, fem
bik, 11mo, AKC, $600.
Pug Pups AKC 8 week
males, shots, health cert
904- 220- 7832/314- 2475
RAG DOLL CAT, CFA,
M/1.5yrs neutered, all
shots, shy, lovable,
$600 cash. 904- 270- 0953
T BIG PUPPY SALE T
Pet World 262- 4646
1F/2M. All blue eyes.
904 665- 6415904- 272 9736
Mlddlebura 282- .1571
Boat Dockage &
RVs and Supplies
$2000 or Less
S'02-F- 12x, and 1997
Seadoo GSX, Low
trailer, $6500 OBO. Call
Robert (904)434- 6047
Consignment Boat Sales
call us to discuss selling
your boot. 249- 6225
We soil pro.owned boats
A, 20 ft Pontoon
spare battery, life
50HP motor, $5000 OBO.
505- 10486505- 4588
4 25ft Trawler-Great
shape, sleeps 4,
Cruise the intrac-
tln coastal In style! At
NASMarIna. Need quick
sale. $15,000. 625- 7734
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440
WANTED A Place To
Park 16' Bass Boat
Orange Dale to Manda-
rin Co. Tim 904- 287- 3344
Mercury Outboard 150HP
Runs good! $1500.
Call 904- 669- 6890
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Soles
Alachua (386) 4623039
4, Cedar Creek '04-5th
wheel, two slide
outs, like new con-
ditlon, suitable all
weather groat buy call
ness '05-25' loaded,
like new, 6' slide-
out, 18' awning,
must go, TOP. Call
Keith (912)673- 6303
4, Jayco Quest
'00-25fl1, 5th wheel,
manual slide out,
AC, am/fm/CD, war-
ranty, $8500. Paul
278- 8903599- 5743
, Onan Gen. 4000 kw
micro lite RV-Less
than 100 hrs, $750
0 BO. Call Bill
RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
Low Overhead, Low Prices
Just Got Back from the Great
Tampa Super Show! Many
Great Trades! We Still Have
Factory Incentives on Dis-
Play Units. Save $$5! It's
Worth Stopping By!
614.1 Pecan Park
Exit 366 Off I 95 Next to
Pecan park Flea Market
- great cond,. $6000
318- 348- 9452
S BMW F650
'97-Under 3k miles,
bags, $4250 neg. Call
(904)945- 6881 or
4, Goped Sport-Gas
S #S34109, $100 ea,
two for $150 ea.
New tires, run exc.
Softail Standard '06
1200 ml, perfect cond,
$14K OBO; 904- 545- 4759
4, Harley Dyna
l miles, Red, extras,
cover, shop manual,
garage kept, excellent
shape, $11,500 OBO
S ful bike, all new
sheet metal, 10k
miles, runs A+! Cus-
tom parts, $7000 OBO
4, Harley Davidson
runs excellent, ask-
ing $7500 0BO. 866- 7431
H.D. '05, 883 XL low
rider, 930 mi, gar kept,
loaded, $6500 294- 4193
HD 883 Sportster '03
8200 mi, Lots of
detachable sissy bar.
exc cond, $5700 OBO
4 , HD883 XLC '01-
13,320 miles, VGC,
many extras, fwd
shield, backrest, lug-
gage rack, hwy bars,
saddlebags, $5,900 OBO.
SHD XL1200C Sports-
ter '01 Drag Pipes,
Lowered front &
sundowner seat, lots of
chrome, factory purple,
reduced to $6800.
4 Honda Shadow
'00-1lk mle es, $3000,
Call (360)649- 5056
'03-GSXR- 600 Anni-
Many extras; with
gear. Mint Condition.
2500 miles. $7500 OBO.
Call (904)200- 2405
4 Suzuki DRZB0 '01 5
spd, oil infection,
S runs good, 2 stroke,
$850. (904)553- 4508
'05 Red & Black,
i a exc cond, lowered
4" track swing arm,
full Hindle exhaust,
175hp,4200 miles, $10,500
OB0 477- 2153 or mphil-
4 Yamaha R6 '06 50th
tion, yellow, mint
extras, $10,500 OBO.
477- 2153 or:
( Yamaha RT100
'99-Dirt bike, exc
cond. Great begin-
S ner bike, $800.
'00-650, 8265 miles,
way bar, sissy bar &
more $4000 OBO.
S4 Tires & Rims
p205/75/R15, 15k, 6
lug, fits Colorado /
$125 Call (904)879- 2992
A 4 Tires Size 235, 65,
S R17 Less than 5k
1 mi, $350 OBO.
54- 2445X- 118
17"-Tires & wheels
(4), less than 10k
~ mi. Tire size:
P245/70R17, exc cond,
$350. (904)535- 0002
, Leer .Camper
l rail, fits 1997 to
2003, F150 short
bed, locks light clamps,
$450. 728- 8669
SNew 15" Tires Fit
S Vitara. $90.
317- 6618. Lye msg.
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Last Week's Answers
MOLAR DRE W BE BE
E FR ODE I T E R| AR A L
N E G E V VERITAB L E
M LOBS ILO ITALU AN
A L O B Y CHR I A N
N AA T ..E NC WL MA
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A N DHA P Y N E P U R R
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E DWARD N U P E S
A L I T E ENIDM-YSE AST
L EN MRJ AMSM TRAY
Bore, 92mm, cam,
valves, oil sump,
filler, plus more, $1200.
PONTIAC TRANS AM
- '85, V8, looks and runs
good, $5000 obo. 646- 0706
Dark Grey, Runs
great, $2900. Call
RJ (912)510- 7215/
SBMW 330 Convert-
ible '01. Only 40,000
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
230,000 mi fully I
serviced, Good |
(904) 813- 9018
Buick Park Avenue
tJt $2,000 OBO 476- 3394
CADILLAC Sedan Dev-
ille, '93, 55K aria ml, exc
cond $4500 904- 472- 6312
CADILLAC DEVILLE '00
Leather, loaded. $10,975
Call 674- 4444
, Chevy Camaro '01-
sound system, chip k&n
charger, 6spd, 34k ml,
$25,000. 908- 3950
Chevy Camaro '01-
SS, conv, red/blk,
| 20" chrome, DVD,
sound system, chip
k&n Charger, 6spd, 34k
miles, $25,000. 908- 3950
'76-with 383 turbo
350, 3.73 rear end,
all recently rebuilt,
black on black, t- tops.
(912)674- 2236, Nick
Chevy corvette '85
Targa Top, Runs
Great, asking $7500
00 BO. Call 866- 7431.
CHEVY IMPALA LS '00
1 owner, garaged, loaded,
51 K mi,$8K; Ph. 502- 7343
SChevy Malibu '98
Auto, 4 cyl, 2.4L,
i 4dr, New tires &
battery, runs great,
$3400 0B8. (904)708- 5530.
'02 LXI Convert. Loaded
Lthr, 52k. $9975. 699- 9669
ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Bi, rndr. Bl.d 777-5600
- ,u:3.,e E. 565-4000
RI 11 Ruri1 jFia,.nBlvd.
Lri, wiodlOfr di:,i R 417-339-3443
TOM BUSH BMW
985i A ilar i Bl...d 725-0911
614 Blnling Bl..d 777-2500
Gleer C o?,e sprrgi 264-4502
46.0 curni d Bid CK. 642-6060
CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4,l(i) 3:.uuilhrii . Bild 642-5111
,'99' Blaiidri, Bl.d 778-7700
A' ta: ,i St. I u.i. ) 104)824-9181
COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
1(18(i Phrilip HaHy 260-7777
8281 Merrii Rd 721-1880
Gion Coue S.Ccrrpn. 264-4502
I iBlj landing e'.d 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
.o.1 Philips Hv-y 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
'71 Bep(n Biv, 249-8282
1550 C assat Ave 387-4041
:'i 0 USI S:oulfr 354-4421
1750 Souihvi de Bld 725-7300
Chrysler of Orange Park
il,5 Weiis V d 269-1033
Green Cove Spring; 264-2416
1736 CassatAve. 389-7792
1-95 Exit 129, Fem Bch.
2330 US1 South 354-4421
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
1-95 Exit 129, Fem Bch. 1-800-228-7454
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561
4 Chrysler Sebring
miles, super clean,
A Chrysler PT
4 cyl, 5spd, 23k
miles, fin, $12,000.
4 Chrysler PT
4cy , 5spd, 23k
miles, $12,000. Call
Erin 908- 3450
SDodge Neon '98-
Red, good interior,
repairs, $500 OBO.
272- 4528, after 5pm
FORD MUSTANG GT '00
VI, 5spd, leather, loaded.
$8400 custom stereo syst,
low miles, exc cond.
$12,975. Call 699- 9669
FORD MUSTANG GT '97
White, AT, loaded, low
miles. $7975. 674- 4444
t and engine, every-
thing else replaced,
rebuilt transmission and
new tires. Contact
Steven at 576- 2044,
, Honda Accord LX
'96-Sedan, 4 cyl,
auto, all pwr, exc
gas mileage, great
student vehicle, $5000
S Honda Accord
'03-EX, V6, Loaded,
Jl wDVD, 6CD player,
sunroof, new tires,
44k miles, exc cond,
$16,195 Call (904)874- 5542
4 Infiniti 130 '97-Gold,
4 dr, Loaded, New
tires, $4900 080
c7\ INFINTI G35
SEDAN '03. 4dr,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S Jaguar XJ6
l '94-155k, loaded,
runs, exc cond, New
Tires, $4500. Call
LEXUS ES300 '02
Silver w/Gray Leather,
Loaded, 58K miles.
$17,975. Call 777- 9119
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '98
Blue/gray leather. 39,400
miles. $10,975. 674- 4444
4A Mercedes Benz C240
'03 Silver Beauty,
S changer, deluxe
packtige. Great Ride.
$19,500 OBO. 505- 4780
MERCEDES E320 '00
leather, loaded, moon-
roof, CD, Extra Clean.
$12,975. Call 674- 4444
MERCEDES C230 '99
leather, loaded, 76K
miles. $13,975. 674- 4444
MERCEDES C240 '02 4dr,
moonroof, loaded. 47,100
miles. $18,975. 674- 4444
MARQUIS '03. White, at
ac, loaded, extra clean,
low miles. $9975. 777- 9119
4, Nissan Sentra
'05-AM/FM, CD, 4
S cyl, silver, cloth
owner, exc cond, Ame-
lia Island, Call 491- 7996
4 Mitsubishi Eclipse
miles, red, runs
great, brand new
top, S7500 OBO 270- 7068
GXE '06. Fully'
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Nissan Altima '97-
$6800, 4dr, blue,
S runs great, cold AC,
- Call RJ.
(912)510- 72150r467- 3348
St. Augustine 353-6797
Forida's Super Duty Headquarters
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673
11503 Phillips Hwy. 8544826
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
COGGI HONDA ON ALANTiC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy. 1 S. 1-800-456-1689
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Vy, 37M300
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277
of ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
10980 Atlantic Blvd, 642-0200
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
1-95 Edx 129, Fern Bh. 1-800-228-7454
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blending Blvd. 771-6078
LAMBORGHINI - ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Lonowood/Orlando R 407-339-3443
NISSAN MAXIMA SL '05S
21kmi, fully loaded,
S22Kobo. 386- 365- 7890
Nissan Sentra '89
SNew front end,
struts & tires, 60k
Son new engine.
4,Nissan Sentra '05- 4
cyl, sedan, 4d. 1.8s,
tinted windows, CD,
moving must sell, call
491- 1996 $12,000
Pontiac gunfire '03, Exc
Cond., 49Kml, Blue,
5spd. owner pregnant, a
steal @ $5400 904- 673- 7575
4 Pontiac Bonneville
Brougham '76- 46k,
original miles, looks
& runs great, all
pwr options work, Clas-
sic, $7000. (904)803- 6283
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
GTP '03 Red, leather,
moonr-naf, loaded. 69K
PORSCHE 911 CAR-
RERA - '99, red, Trip-
tronic 5sp Auto, 61k mi,
perfect and garaged,
$34,9000bo.904- 316- 9746
TOYOTA COROLLA S '02
4dr, AT/AC, loaded. 66K
miles. $9975. 425- 4320
� TOYOTA SCION tc
06 Coupe. Black,
sunroof, CD. $16,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Trucks,Vans, SUVs - S5
SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blending Blvd. 779-0071
SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200
KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762
COGGIN TOYOTA -AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngennan Circle. 771-9100
2995 U.S.1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 CassatAve. 389-4561
VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694
BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
Lexus of Jacksonville
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
Tom Bush BMW
9910 Atantic Blvd. 371-4381
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
V.I.P. AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439
WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491
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MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000
NORTH FLORIDA UNCOIL MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000
LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
MKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
2755 U.SI South, StAugi 904-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
NIMNICHT PONTIAC- GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155
ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Odrando F 407-339-3443
NIMNICHT SAAB WUOLU IMrulTS
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax www.woddimportsusa.com
904-778-7700 www.nimnicht.com 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
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military in Northeast Florida
and Southeast Georgia is
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.
information, please call
K I N G 3S
BAY. E O R I A
Silhouette '97 GLS
Van, Good running
condition, Cold AC,
leather, quad seating,
$3900 Call 992- 6877 or
Spyder GT '01-
Maroon, fair condil-
ton, 83kmi, auto,
$7500 firm. (904)476- 3639
SNissan Sentra '05 4
cyl, Sedan, 4dr,
1.8s, tinted win-
dows, CD, theft
recovery, moving must
sell call 491- 7996. $12,500
SSaturn SC-2 '95-Pwr
windows, DL, AC,
AT, must see, great
gas mileage, $2000
OBO (912)576- 5007
Car/SUV Top Car-
rlor-20 cu ft. Sport,
20- SV, from Sears.
Paid $200, will sell
for $125 OBO. 294- 9950 /
VW SUPER BEETLE '74
Antique, purple. Less than
20K mi. Tinted windows,
new stereo, runs great,
$5K OBO Ph. 285- 5566
ACURA MDX '01
Leather, Loaded, Mint.
$15,975. Call 777- 9119
'02 AWD. White diamond,
loaded, moonroof,49K mi.
Perfect! $29,975. 699- 9669
S Chevy Blazer
'99-V6, 4dr, Ithr, 90k
tL mi, silver, $5k OBO.
RADO '05 Extra
cab. Only 6000
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SChevy Silverado '06
Crewcab, 4x4, 16k
miles, 9 in lifts,
fully loaded, $27,999
Call Adam, 568- 8090
leather, DVD, nav,
sunroof, must sell,
40k OBO, any questions
call (904)234- 2337
DODGE DAKOTA SLT
'01 Crew Cab. Loaded,
55K ml. $11,975.674- 4444
V6, Black, Grey
Lthr, 6 CD, Like
New, Factory Warranty,
Must Sell! $17,500.
(843)- 408- 6897
Dodge Ram '91 4x4,
LE, 360, V8, 142kmi,
clean, runs great,
$7900. Call Nell at
S Dodge Ram
'05-1500, Off Rd
Pkg, Loaded, Like
New, Many extras,
20k miles, TOP Call
Keith (912)673- 6303
Great Cond, 69k
miles, 6 disc CD,
tow pkg, Call 334- 1328,
Ford Explorer '97
Fully loaded, exc-
cond $4,870 OBO.
Eric: (904)945- 1246
or (912) 576- 4284 '
FORD EXPLORER SPT
'02 2dr, 5spd, Loaded, CD,
68K miles. Very nice!
$7975. Call 777- 9119
Ford F-150 '00
paint, wheels, pio-
neer + CD, stereo,
flowmaster exhaust sys-
tem, $8,900 (904)742- 2763
4 Ford F-150 Lariat
'00 Supercab, 73k
Smiles, 4drs, 4.6 V8,
all pwr, leather,
cruise, tow pkg, Tint,
bedliner, bed cover,
remote entry, $11,000
SFord F150 '00-Super
cab, custom paint,
Wheels, pioneer +
m CD stereo, flow-
master, ex. system. Call
Patrick: (904)742- 2763
S Ford F-150 '95
Eddie Beauer, 4x4,
4 - cam manifold chip
heads. Hard top on
bed, $6500 OBO. Call Bill
4 Ford F-150 'O0-XLT,
silver/grey, 145k mi,
S cold air, premium,
tuner, new tires. Blue
boko $6500, $6200.
FORD F-150 - '99, XLT,
exc cond, ext cab, bur-
gandy, $7800 230- 8416
FORD RANGER XLT'01
Stepside Quad Cab
V6, AT, AC, loaded,
TV/DVDNov., , clean.
$10,975. Call 674- 4444
SGMC Yukon SLT'01
S$14k OBO. z71, 4x4,
ko ff road, heavy duty
cond, 121k highway
Must Sell, $4300 OBO
DD (904)803- 6283
SJeep Liberty Sport
L '04-Full pwr,
S| leather, off road,
lights, 6 disc
changer, luggage rack,
291- 0873, $14,000 OBO.
S93-4x4, 180k ml, CD
Player. AC, has zip-
per & glass win-
dows, extra attach-
ments, $3000 OBO.
� LAND ROVER
'05. Silver/gray int
fully equipped. $53,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN P/U- '97, runs
great, $2500 oab. Call
[TOYOTA PICK UPr
SCAB. AC, PS. PB,
4 CYCL, 5 SP
S $3700 BO
TOYOTA RAV4 '00 AWD
loaded. 58,300 ml. Very
clean. $10,975. 674- 4444
CD. Only $25,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Toyota Tundra
has all mainte-
$12,5000 BO. Call
DODGE CARGO VAN '02
1500. White, V8, AT, AC,
Only $5975. 674- 4444
4 Dodge Ram Van '99
1500, Clean, 5.9L,
81k mi, quad seats,
custom fold- down
bed, runs great, 372- 0543.
DODGE SPRINTER 3do- '85,
AT, all pwr, 38k mi, 14' box,
dually hi fop, LWB, $31,900,
SEL EXT Sport
Motivated Seller |
Call ftor details
A Mercury Villager
4 '00- Sport mlnlvan,
% I 97k miles, 3rd seat,
~ runs and looks
awesome, $6400. OBO
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