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New Leader
Newcomer Taking Command Of CNATTU
Page 3


Memorial Run
Annual Event Brings Out The Runners
Pages 4-5


Easter Egg Hunt
Kids Gather Up the Goodies
Page 10


12 2007 www.jaxairnews.com


VOL. 65 NO. 15 JACKSOVILLE, FL


1

Photos by MCI (AW/SW) Heather Ewton
CMDCM(SW) Cerona Love, Navy Operational Support Center Jax command master chief, speaks to more than 230 Sailors
who attended the second annual First Class Petty Officer Leadership Symposium April 4 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown
Jacksonville.


NAS Jax CCFCPOA hosts


annual leadership symposium

By MC1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor
m'he NAS Jacksonville Combined


I Command First Class
LPetty Officer Association
(CCFCPOA) hosted the second annu-
al leadership symposium at the Hyatt
Regency Hotel located in downtown
Jacksonville April 4-6.
More than 230 Sailors from all
over the world, including Guam,
Guantanamo Bay and even Japan,
attended the symposium this year
and had the chance to hear targeted
training first hand from naval leader-
ship topic experts.
CMDCM(SW) Ceroma Love, Navy
Operational Support Center Jax com-
mand master chief, was the mentor-
ship and sailorization topic expert
called in by the CCFCPOA to share
his vast knowledge with the attend-
ees.


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A group of Sailors who came to the leadership symposium from NAS Key West,
enjoy some camaraderie during their lunch break.
"You reach a point in your career from so many directions and some-
when you need to be refocused. There
are so many things thrown at you See SYMPOSIUM, Paee 12


By Lt. Rebecca Rebarich
FACSFAC Jax PAO
T he Fleet Area Control
and Surveillance Facility
(FACSFAC) Jacksonville cel-
ebrated its 30th anniversary April 5.
FACSFAC Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Robert Buehn gave the open-
ing remarks for the ceremony. "We're
proud to be celebrating 30 years of
service to fleet here in Jacksonville,
as we oversee a range complex that
has become more important to the
Navy than ever over the last few
years. And, I'm especially pleased to
be able to host the first FACSFAC
Jacksonville commanding officer,
retired Cmdr. George Allen. He's the
man who started it all."
Allen, who attended the ceremo-
ny remarked, "I'm in awe at the
advances made in the past 30 years
at FACSFAC Jax!"
"It is great to recognize the history of
your command. Understanding where
you came from gives appreciation for
where you are today," added NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Chip Dobson.
This anniversary highlighted


Photos b% Kavlee LaRocque
Carey Coonan Pickering helps her daughter, Emily touch
an American flag placed near the plaque dedicated
in remembrance of their father and grandfather, Bob
Coonan during the annual golf tournament sponsored by
the USO April 5.


Tree dedication honors

former USO director
By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor
Family and friends of former USO Executive
Director Bob Coonan gathered for special tree
and plaque dedication April 5 at the NAS Jax
Golf Course. Coonan passed away in February 2004.
Coonan, a retired Navy captain, served his last tour
on active
duty as NAS
Jax executive
officer.
The event
began as
members of
Navy Band
Southeast
played the
n a t I o n a I
anthem, fol-
lowed by
a special
blessing by
NAS Jax
Command ..a..o o 'o
C h a p I a i ~.AV 'rorf
C m d r . r .. .. - .
Michael Mik- ,
stay.
After rec-
family mem- This new plaque and Iree were officially
bers, Greater dedicated at the NAS Jax Golf Course
Jacksonville in memory of retired Navy Capt. Bob
UI SO Ex e c- Coonan who served as executive director
utive Direc- of the USO until his death in February
to r K.C. 2004. Coonan was also a former base
M c C a r t h y executive officer.
said a few touching words.-
"As this tree grows, we will always remember Bob. I
know that Bob loved the USO and did some remarkable
things during his short time here. I work very hard to

See USO, Page 12


Photos by YN1 Khalilah Watts
Fleet Area Control Surveillance Facility (FACSFAC) Jax personnel gather with
FACSFAC Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Robert Buehn (fifth from left), retired
Navy Cmdr. George Allen (first commanding officer of FACSFAC Jax), retired Navy
Lt. Cmdr. Troyer (first executive officer of FACSFAC Jax), Dorothy Allen and NAS
Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson.


the achievements of past and pres-
ent Sailors of FACSFAC, including
an awards ceremony recognizing 21
Sailors for their outstanding work.
These Sailors were: ETC(SW) Todd
Picard, ETI(SW) Robert Hernandez,
ET1(SW) Victor Veguilladdejesus, AC1
Nicholas Secaur, ACI(AW) Robert
Lawson, ACi Greg Cunningham, AC2
Nina Buruca, AC2 Mike Jakubowski,
AC2 Alexa Mitchell, AC2(AW/SW)


Adrian Adkins, AC3 Cory Rash,
AC3 Eric Adames, OS2(SW) Willie
Bouie, OS2(SW) Trevor Edwards,
OS2(SW) Scott. Fulton, OS2(SW)
Talovlah Gillem, OS2(SW) Chester
Hall, OS2(SW) Daneesha Peeples,
OS2(SW) Josh Snyder, OS2(SW)
Errol Torregano and OS3(SW) Tiffany
Rebant.


Greater Jacksonville Area USO Executive Director K.C.
McCarthy gives some heartfelt remarks during a plaque
and tree dedication ceremony in remembrance of former
USO Executive Director Bob Coonan April 5 at the NAS
Jax Golf Course.


See FACSFAC, Page 12


TOUCHING Town hall meeting is April 18 Iraq, family challenges, new hospital programs to better prepare
S Naval Hospital Jacksonville is holding a town hall meeting April medical staff for combat and the hospital's role in disaster pre-
18 at 2 p.m. in the Child Street Cafe. paredness/recovery.
The topics include: Difficult conditions the warfighters face in For more information, call 542-7820.


Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility

Jacksonville celebrates 30th anniversary








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ON THE HOMEFRONT



ABC's The Bachelor: An



Officer and a Gentleman?


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trust.
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Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society, Air Force Aid
Society, Army Emergency


Relief or the Coast Guard
Mutual Assistance can get
you pointed in the right
direction.
Talk with your command
financial specialist or your
division officer. Also, you
may want to contact the
National Foundation for
Credit Counseling at www.
debtadvice.org to get a list-
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your area.
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By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
I said I wouldn't watch it. I forbade
anyone to speak about it. But,
alas, Monday night rolled around,
and not only did I put the kids to
bed early (for maximum, undivided
attention), I even recorded ABC's first
episode of the new "The Bachelor:
An Officer and a Gentleman." This
is after all, The Bachelor, my first
love when it comes to television.
(Sometimes I skip Bible study so that
I don't miss a show.)
"Readers will want to hear my opin-
ion of this," I told myself. Still I felt
like a traitor. Military families aren't
supposed to enjoy Hollywood versions
of our lifestyle, right?. I watched the
program like an alcoholic sneaking a
drink.
The very first season of "The
Bachelor" got me through one of my
husband's six-month deployments.
Other military-spouse friends and I
gathered each week to live vicariously
through the bachelor and his bach-
elorettes. It had been so long since
romance had been a part of our lives
with our husband's being halfway
across the world and "The Bachelor"
gave us the high we needed to make
it though another week of mowing
the lawn and taking out the trash by
ourselves.
Sitting in my living room, watching
the newest season featuring Lt. Andy
Baldwin, M.D., I knew that somehow
this version of the show wouldn't go
over very well back then, when our


spouses were deployed.
First of all, most military wives
cringe to hear outsiders refer to our
men as nothing else but a "man in
uniform." Never mind that growing
up, my Navy-wife mom decorated our
kitchen with a poster of a shirtless
military officer with the words "I love
a man in uniform" across the top. We
can treat our men as sex symbols, but
we liken civilian women who do the
same to the women we imagine hang-
ing on our husbands in foreign ports.
Watching women throw themselves
after a "man in uniform" ignites some
primal fear in the hearts of many mil-
itary wives.
It was equally as difficult, however,
to hear Baldwin's response when one
of the bachelorettes asked, "Where's
your uniform?"
"Maybe I'll put it on for you later,"
he said.
Maybe he should put on his sweaty
chmos and ship-gray undershirts to
really give these women a taste of
their prospective life with a military
man. As the women stared dreamily
at Baldwin, I wondered if they could
see past the "man in uniform" to the
years of raising children alone, wor-
rying all through the night when your
husband is flying, packing for another
move, and hearing the words, "they're
sending me to Iraq."
I made my Navy husband watch the
show.when he got home that evening,
an experience he likens to ripping
off his fingernails. We made jokes,
laughed and were basically very cyni-
cal about the whole thing.


SH 1 (SW) ANTONIO ISOM

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Wateifront Brig

Hometown: Elberton, Ga.


Family Life: Married \%ith a
12-' ear-old son and one on the way.

Past Duty Stations: USS Germantown
(LSD 42). Sasebo. Japan. NSGA Sabana Seca,
LISS Underwood I FFG 36). NS Maayport

Career Plans: To earn mv college degree and
retire at age 38.

Most Interesting Experience: The first
time I held rn\ son.

Words of Wisdom: Life is only \\ hat \ou
make of it.


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As I was getting dressed for bed
however, I saw my husband's uniform
hanging in the closet and it made me
pause to think. Were we any different
in the beginning? Did I see all that
was ahead of us? Did I take it as seri-
ously as I should have?
Probably not. We were living our
own "An Officer and a Gentleman."
Maybe military spouses aren't sup-
posed to enjoy Hollywood's exploits
of our lives, but by using the sub-
title "An Officer and a Gentleman,"
ABC has tapped into what I believe
is one of the most endearing portray-
als of military love: the 1982 classic
film of the same name, staring Debra
Winger and Richard Gere. We resent
Top Gun's inaccuracies and "JAG's"
cheesiness, but in An Officer and a
Gentleman, we find the memory of.
falling in love with our own man in
uniform. If ABC 'can capture that
sweetness, that innocence, they will
be doing a good thing.
On May 1, the 25th anniversary col-
lector's edition of An Officer and a
Gentleman will be released on DVD.
My husband, Dustin, and I are fea-
tured in a documentary in the bonus
section. Tune in to see our own story
unfold. Feel free to moan and groan,
roll your eyes and throw cheese balls
at the screen, so long as you also take
a moment to look at your spouse and
see him again as your own "man in
uniform."
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


JESSICA PABON

\ Job title/command:
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Pharmacy Technician

Hometown: Ne%\ York


Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: None

Career Plans: To become a pharmacist.


Most I
German
Europe.

Word,
reason.


Interesting Experience: Living i
s for seen \ears and traveling through



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there's no such thing as coincidence!


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SUNDAY SERVICES

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

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








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
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Assistant Editor.......................................MCI (SW/AW Heather Ewton
Staff Writer ...................................MCI (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer .............................................MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 12, 2007 3


Newcomer to




relieve Daniels as




CNATTU Jax CO


By ATC(AW/SW) John
Wilson
CNATTU PAO
mdr. John Newcomer
will relieve Cmdr.
James Daniels as
commanding officer of the
Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit
(CNATTU) Jacksonville
today at 10 a.m.
The ceremony will take
place in the parking lot
of CNATTU Jacksonville,
Building 848E. Capt.
Charlie Code, NAS
Pensacola Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Training
commanding officer, will be
the guest speaker.
Newcomer was raised in
Brigantine, N.J., and grad-
uated from Holy Spirit High
School in June 1977.
In December 1977,
Newcomer began his
enlisted career at Recruit
Training Center, Great
Lakes, Ill., graduating in
February 1978.
He then . attended
Aviation Boatswains Mate
Fuels "A" School at NATTC
Lakehurst, N.J. from
February 1978 to April
1978.
His first assignment was
on board USS Coral Sea
(CVA 43) from April 1978
to January 1981. He then
entered the civilian sector
in Tacoma, Wash. *
In October 1982,
Newcomer reentered and
he received orders to NAS
Fallon, Nev. where he
worked at the Aviation
Fuels Depot and Fuel Truck
Maintenance Site in sup-
port of the air wings.
In November 1984,
Newcomer transferred to
USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70)


Cmdr. John Newcomer


where he served as fuels
division below decks super-
visor, managing a multi-
million gallon system and
was selected as the ship's
Sailor of the Year. That
same year, he was selected
for advancement to chief
petty officer.
Newcomer then received
new orders for instruc-
tor duty at Fleet Training
Center (FTC), San Diego,
working in shipboard air-
craft firefighting. During
this tour, he was selected
as an aviation deck limited
duty officer (LDO).
Newcomer was commis-
sioned as a limited duty
officer ensign in October
1989 at FTC San Diego.
His first commissioned
assignment was on board
USS Independence (CV-62)
in San Diego in November
1989 as the fuel division's
maintenance officer.
In July 1991, he trans-
ferred back to USS Carl
Vinson (CVN-70) in
Bremerton, Wash., fin-
ishing a docking planned
incremental availability
with a homeport change to
Alameda, Calif.
In Aug'ust 1993,
Newcomer transferred to


Cmdr. James Daniels


Washington, DC to serve
as the military representa-
tive in fluid systems engi-
neering. From there, he
returned to sea on board
USS Abraham Lincoln
(CVN 72) in Everett, Wash.,
serving as the Pacific Fleet
aviation fuels officer.
He continued another sea
tour on board USS Kitty
Hawk (CV 63) homeported
in Yokosuka, Japan, from
December 1999 to June
2003 as the aircraft han-
dling officer.
His next assignment was
as officer-in-charge of Naval
Air Maintenance Training
Group Detachment
Mayport from August 2003
to October 2004.
He then transferred to
the Program Executive
Office, Aircraft Carriers,
Flight and Hangar Deck
at Washington Navy Yard
as fuel systems manager.
He arrived at CNATTU
Jax as executive officer in
February 2006.
Daniels assumed com-
mand of CNATTU Jax in
March 2006. His next
assignment will be as
the chief staff officer for
Maritime Civil Affairs
Group in Norfolk, Va.


Volunteer for this year's NAS Jax Shoreline Clean Up


The annual NAS Jax Shoreline Clean
Up will be held April'18 from 8:30-
11:30 a.m. Volunteers are needed to
help with this event. The Mulberry Cove
Marina will provide canoes, boats, life


vests and food and drinks after the event.
Bags and gloves will also be provided. For
more information on how you can help
better the environment and volunteer for
this event, call 542-4231.


Food show coming to Flight Line Cafe

The NAS Jax Flight Line Cafe is hosting the
Subsistence Prime Vendor Food Show Tuesday
from noon to 1:30 p.m.
This event is being held to promote the convenience, low
costs and nutrition values to those who can use ashore
Navy galleys. Everyone is invited to attend and to sample
new food products.

Sprnt upprt th.Me .an .Wmenof-heArmed orce


Office closure

The NAS Jax
Household Goods
office is closing
at 11 a.m. April 19 for
a retirement picnic. For
more information, call
542-S787.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
The USO's new Mobile Canteen is equipped with a movie theatre, video game room, wireless
Internet access and a kitchen to serve the troops out in the field.


New USO


Mobile


Canteen


visits Jax

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor

Y ou may have noticed
a somewhat unique
recreational vehicle
cruising the streets at NAS.
Jax last week when the new
USO Mobile Canteen made
its debut here during the
annual Capt. Bob Coonan
USO Golf Tournament last
Thursday.
The state-of-the-art
recreational center on
wheels was also featured
at the annual Navy Run,
a Jacksonville Sun's game
and the Clay County Fair.
The vehicle was recent-
ly purchased by USO
Headquarters and is home-
based in
Norfolk, Va. It will be on
display at numerous events
up and down the east coast
to provide a little recreation
to military members and to
promote the USO. "We go to
a variety of events. We have
NASCAR events on our
schedule, parades, home-
comings, USO sponsored
events, Fleet Week in N.Y.,
etc.," said Leigh Edmonds,
manager, Programs
and Events Mobile USO
(Eastern Region). "The USO
also purchased this same
vehicle for the mid-western
area and another one that
will handle the west coast."
The vehicle features a


Leigh Edmonds, manager, programs and events for the Eastern
Region Mobile USO shows off the video game room in the
USO Mobile Canteen. Edmonds and her partner, Chuck
Lesieur travel up and down the East Coast taking the vehicle


to a variety of events to help
promote the USO.
movie theatre/lounge area
'with DVDs and VHS capa-
bility, stereo surround
sound, X-Box 360 connec-
tions, music and a small
library. Another area allows
four people to play X-Box
games or watch movies on
separate individual televi-
sion screens with headsets
and the whole vehicle has
wireless Internet.
There is also a small
kitchen for small snack
items and beverages. "We
don't have a lot of storage
space, so we purchase the
items before each event and
get rid of everything. We
usually provide, drinks,
small snack items and
donuts," added Edmonds.
"The concept is that it
puts the USO on the road
and takes, the USO to the
troops. We can serve more


out military members and to

people in different locations
by having mobile canteens.
It's a rolling advertisement
for the USO. It's basical-,
ly a recreation center and'
mobile canteen on wheels,"
said Greater Jacksonville
Area USO Executive"
Director K.C. McCarthy.
Edmonds and her part-
ner, Chuck Lesieur plan to
spend about 75 percent of-
the year traveling to differ-
ent events.
"We both drive the vehi- ,
cle and have commercial
licenses. We also do a lot
of promotional stuff for the-
USO because we are non-
profit and are always try-
ing to raise money to sup-
port our programs," said
Edmonds. "It's really a fun,
job, we get to meet a lot of,
people and are helping our
troops."


Navy Tri-base Job Fair coming up
The NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support Center
(FFSC) is sponsoring a Navy Tri-base Job Fair
April 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Morocco Shrine
Center. On April 18, representatives from the Central
Intelligence Agency are offering an information ses-
sion from 1-2 p.m. at the FFSC to discuss career
opportunities and the application and security clear-
ance process.
For more information, call 542-2766, Ext. 130.


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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 12, 2007


HM2 Robert Crampton with the Naval Reserve Center arrived early with his dogs
to prepare for the race.


Event brings rmnnmers


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commrnjiuntes together


By MC1(AW)
Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer
The NAS Jax Morale, Welfare
and Recreation (MWR)
Department, held the sec-
ond annual Capt. Chuck Cornett-
Memorial 10K Run and 5K Walk
Saturday.' This race replaced the'
29th annual Navy Run that was
scheduled for 2007. The event fea-
tured a 10-kilometer competitive
run, a five-kilometer walk and
a shoe fair, which was held in the
Navy Exchange parking lot.
The event festivities began at 6
a.m. with a few last minute runners
registering late and others taking
some extra time to warm up. More
than 400 service members, civil
service civilians, retirees and fam-
ily members showed up to honor the
tradition in memory of former NAS
Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt.
Charles Cornett. Cornett served as
executive officer of NAS Jacksonville
from June 1978 through his retire-
ment in June 1980. He founded the
Navy Run, 29 years ago and was also
an active member of many civic orga-
nizations in Jacksonville. As an active
runner, he participated in more than
96 marathons including the Boston
Marathon, Marine Corps Marathon
and was a co-founder of the Florida
Striders in 1978. On June 25, 2004,
Cornett passed away but will always
be remembered by his friends and
family of the Jacksonville running
community as a dynamic runner who
Loved the sport.
. "This is such a great event because
it brings the civilian and military
communities together. I must say a
special thank-you to the volunteers.
Without them, this event could not
be possible," stated NAS Jax Athletic
Director Tim McKinney.
Neighbors John Bowsman and
retired Capt. Bob Meister came out
to participate in the run together.
Bowsman, who has been running in
Sthe community for approximately 12
years excitedly said, "This is a can't
miss tradition! Chuck got me started
in the Navy Run and it's a beautiful
course!"


HM1(SW/FMF) Eric Conder of the
Navy Entomology Center of Excellence,
stretches his muscles before the race.
First Place Sports conducted the
timing of the race. They distributed
championship chips to each of the
runners. These chips were placed on
runner's shoes to record their indi-
vidual race times.
Navy Band Southeast was on
hand to perform and after play-
ing the national anthem, NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dob son greeted each of the runners
with welcoming remarks wishing
all the runners good luck. Dobson
then ordered the NAS Weapons
Department to fire the cannon to
start the race.
With a loud bang, runners took
off running down Child Street be-
tween the Navy Exchange and the
Post Office towards Naval Hospital


See RUN, Page 5


Wnd

Capt. Chuck Corn Navy Run



























Bryce Waterman, 10, of Orange Park finishes first in the 5 K. .


Participants make their way up Enterprise Avenue to cross the finish line.


The NAS Jax Weapons Department prepares the cannons which will commence the race.


:Paul Geiger shops for shoes before the race at the shoe fair held in the Navy
:Exchange parking lot.


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Navy Band Southeast performs at the 2007 Capt. Chuck Cornett Navy Run Saturday morning.







JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 12, 2007 5


Runners take off sprinting down Child Street as the annual Capt. Chuck Cornett Navy\ un begins early Saturday morning. More than 450 people registered for
the run.


RUN: MWR



gets kudos for



successful event

From Page 4

Jacksonville. The course turned right at
Akron Street, left on Allegheny and out to
Perimeter Road along Highway 17. The
course took runners along the perimeter
of the base coming out behind the housing
area on Mustin Road. The runners then
continued down Mustin Road past the golf
course and up to Enterprise Street where
they turned left heading down the stretch
to the finish line.
The first person to cross the finish line in
the 10K with a time of 34:43, was retired
Lt. Cmdr. John Metzgar. He was followed
by Ryan Sloan coming in at 36:23 and
Jeremiah Downes, who finished with a
time of 36:55.
Kim Paweiek won the women's division
with a time of 38:15. She was followed
by Patti-Stewart at 39:29 and Andrea
Laperriere at 40:40.
The 5K winners were Bryce Waterman
at 26:29, followed by Matthew Dews at
27:49 and Damon Trenton who finished at
29:38.
At the end of the race, runners snacked
on fruit and refreshments while Dobson
presented the winners with medals and
awards.
"MWR did a super job and made this
event a very enjoyable one. I look forward
to the run and will be back next year," said
Navy Run participant John Vanborocklin.
To view all the results of the Navy Run,
go to http://www.lstplacesports.com/
navy07res.htm.
A special thank-you goes out to the fol-
lowing sponsors of the 2007 Second Annual
Captain Chuck Cornett Memorial 10K Run
and 5K Walk: Reebok, GEICO, Holiday Inn
of Orange Park, NAS Jax Navy Exchange,
NAS Jax Commissary, Navy Lodge, Life
Fitness and Precor. Neither MWR nor the
U.S. Navy or any other part of the federal
government officially endorses any com-
pany, sponsor or its product or services.


Neighbors John Bowsman and Bob Meister
participate together every year in the annual
event.


Friends Patti Stewart and Kim Pawelek placed
first and second in the women's overall cater-
gory.



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Runners give their all as they sprint across the finish line.


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Family members of Chuck Cornett cross the finish line during the 5K portion of the Memorial
Run/Walk.


John Metzgar is awarded a plaque for winning first place
overall from NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
after the run.


Chuck Cornett Jr. receives a medal from NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson after running the race named in
honor of his grandfather, Chuck Cornett.


Participants checkfor their times after the run.


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6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 12, 2007


Mark McGwire,



C.S. Lewis and God


By Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.) Gregg Gillette
NAS Jax Chapel


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


How was your weekend? Typically the other. This is the issue that turned
that is one of the first things I am C.S. Lewis, the author of The Chronicles of
asked on Monday morning. It is Narnia, from atheist to believer.
then that I stop and reflect on the highs Lewis rejected the idea of a divine being
and the lows of the past two due to all the evil and injustice
days. he saw in the world. Then one
I do not think about that day he wondered where he got
question on Saturday nor on the idea of justice in the first
Sunday in preparation for the place. Now he had a problem.
question on Monday morning. i. He wrote, "Man doesn't call
I just enjoy the weekend. Yet, - a line crooked unless he has
when I mentally reflect back, /, ,A some idea of a straight line.
so I can answer the question, ' What was I comparing this
I almost always say to myself, universe with when I called it
"Well, no one died, but Ed ' unjust?" This thought caused
McMahon did not call either." . Lewis to realize that the evil
What I am doing is setting . he saw pointed to the one who
up a scale, reference points Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.) is the standard of good, namely
to gauge the weekend by. Gregg Gillette God, himself.
Questions that ask to qualify always need Yes, evil and injustice are part of the
a point of reference as a standard to judge world we live in. Though it is considered
by. evil and unjust, only when compared to


When asked to evaluate someone's per-
formance, we look at the standards of con-
duct and past experiences with others in
the same positions.
What makes Mark McGwire's and
Sammy Sosa's 62-plus homeruns so great
are Roger Maris' 61 homeruns in 1961.
Yet, what made that so phenomenal were
Babe Ruth's 60 homers in 1927.
-These numbers are only great when com-
pared to others and those numbers testify
to the difficulty of that many homeruns in
a single season.
Whether anything is good or bad, fair or
unfair, is also a qualitative question. If it
was not for the one, we would not know


truth and justice.
The Apostle Paul wrote that he would
not have known what "sin" was apart from
the law given by God to Moses. And even
without that law, we still had one written
on our hearts (Romans 2:14, 15).
So, now I ask you, have you ever had a
good weekend? If so, did you thank God?
But why stop there; we have more to thank
him for than just the weekend.
He is the author of forgiveness too and to
a hurting heart because of unforgiveness,
the ultimate good.
God is always willing to forgive, but we
must be willing to ask, though first we
must believe that he is. (Hebrews 11:6).


Blood Alliance recognizes FRCSE


By Frank Taormina
Public Affairs Specialist
The Blood Alliance, formerly the
Florida-Georgia Blood Alliance, a
leading blood supplier in Northeast
Florida, Georgia and South Carolina,
recently recognized Fleet Readiness
Center, Southeast (FRCSE) during its,
annual awards program. FRCSE was
awarded a plaque recognizing the facil-
ity for the Highest Number of Lifesaving
Blood Donations in the military category
for 2006.
FRCSE held four blood drives last year,
collecting more than 1,100 units of lifesav-

Chapel offers PREP class
From the NAS Jax Chapel
The base chapel is offering a mar-
riage enrichment workshop called
the Prevention Relationship
Enhancement Program (PREP) April 23-
24. The class will be held from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m.
PREP is designed to teach couples com-


ing whole blood from military and civilian
donors. FRCSE donated more blood than
any other military organization in the tri-
state area. This is the seventh consecu-
tive year that FRCSE, formerly NAVAIR
Depot Jacksonville, has won this presti-
gious award.
In transitioning to FRCSE and merg-
ing with the Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jax, the com-
mand will see.a significant increase in
its blood drive numbers with additional
blood drives at the new FRCSE sites at
NAS Jacksonville, NAS Key West and NS
Mayport.
munication skills, ground rules for han-
dling conflict, and promoting intimacy.
It qualifies as a pre-marriage training
requirement.
All active duty members, Department of
Defense civilian employees, retirees and
their spouses or fiances are welcome to
attend. The workshop and materials are
free. A complimentary continental break-
fast and lunch will be provided on both days.
For more information and to register,
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VP-16, while conducting emergency landing and egress training during a safety stand.
down at NAS Jacksonville March 29. VP-16 is completing workups for upcoming deploy-
ments.


Retirement benefits presentation set


From NOSC lax

Navy Operational Support Center
Jacksonville will host a retire-
ment benefits presentation by the
Military Officers Association of America
(MOAA) April 21 at 1 p.m. at the VP-30
auditorium.
This presentation will-cover critical top-
ics for those Reserve service members pre-
paring to retire, already retired and offer
counseling in career and retirement plan-
ning.
Katherine O'Neill Tracy, deputy director,
Benefits Information, MOAA, along with
Reserve military personnel will deliver a
detailed briefing and support questions
from the audience. The presentation agen-


da includes:
* A legislative update of bills and laws
being discussed that directly impact retire-
ment benefits.
* An umbrella summary of Veteran's
Administration benefits.
* CRDP and CRSC
* Military record management and
requirements.
* Retired pay.
* Survivor Benefit Plan and election
options.
* Health care benefits and options.
The target audience is Navy Reserve offi-
cers but officers from all military services
and senior enlisted personnel are welcome.
For more information, contact Lt. Cmdr.
Peterson at 542-3320, Ext. 710.


NAS Jacksonville Technology Exposition 2007 coming


From Staff
T he 2007 NAS Jacksonville
Technology Expo will be held April
17 at the NAS Jax Officers' Club
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Helicopter Sea
Combat Wing is hosting this event. All
personnel are invited to attend for free.
More than 20 exhibitors will demonstrate
the latest in: communications technologies,
network operations services, data warehous-


ing, information assurance, IT solutions, stor-
age solutions, audio and visual Equipment,
hardware/software and much more.
Free refreshments & giveaways will be
available while supplies last. Please join
us to view demonstrations of the latest in
emerging technologies.
For more information, contact Shari
Gorga, at (301) 596-8899, Ext. 250 or email
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JA(ICKSONVIIIL, Thursday, April 12, 2007 7.


A day in the life of an



HN in the Dental Clinic

By MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
StaffWriter_ IDAY IN THE IIFE
T eeth - you use them for eat-
ing and speaking and main-
taining them properly is
usually something most people x gII
fail at. That is where hospital
corpsman (HM), formerly know
as dental technicians (DT) come
in. They work along with several, .-
civilians at the Branch Dental" V' '
Clinic on base to keep military ..:ni., *.
member's teeth in mint condition. .
"We have about 13 HM's ' l "'.
here who work in dental," said '
HM2(SW) Cedric Dean. "They '-.
do everything 'from working the 4 " '
front desk checking in patients to
working in the lab, keeping sup- - --
plies stocked and assisting the
doctors during procedures."
Dean himself is in charge
of sending out those friendly
reminders to commands that have -
Sailors who are past due for their
annual evaluations.
"We have 56 tenant commands Photos by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruc
and each of those has a dental HN Kimberly Gibbons raises Sgt. 1st Class Marvin Jones in the chair to pre
liaison," he said. "I send them pare him for his annual dental evaluation.
list of who needs to come in.
If a patient needs prosthetics work with between 30 to 40 cases ed people at the lab, Dean an(
such as dentures or crowns, there per week. Sailors who come here Edenfield also assist with floo:
is a good chance HM2 Barbara have the advantage of having an management.
Edenfield will be the one making on-site lab because there is very "Keeping Sailors mobilization
them. little turn around time as opposed ready is our main goal," sail
"I work in the lab here, making to the clinics who have to send Dean.
prosthetics for eight different doc- their orders up td Norfolk." "If one of the doctors or den
tors," she said. "On average we As two of the more senior enlist- tal assistants call in sick then w(


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Capt. Laurier McCravy cleans out a gum socket after extracting a wisdom-
tooth from ADAN Alan Green of VS-22.


have to make sure that spot is
filled so everything runs smooth-
ly and the patients keep their
appointment," added Edenfield.
Before the DTs merged into the
HM rating, their eight-week "A"
school was in Texas. Now every-
one attends HM "A" school in
Great Lakes, Ill. which has added
on a small dental portion to its
mostly medical instruction.
Those DTs who had already
graduated "A" school had to com-
plete a HM "A" school with Navy
Knowledge Online. The medical
and dental clinics also swapped
personnel so they could cross-
train and get hands on experi-
ence. According to Edenfield, it
will take a while before all the
former DTs are fully capable of
performing all of the HM duties.
"It's a slow process and it's going
to take some time before we're all


one ... effectively," said Edenfield. '
HN Kimberly Gibbons is one-
of the HMs who came from the.
medical clinic to cross-train with
the DTs.
"I've been here since November
2006 and so far I've learned.
almost everything about dental
from the basics to actually carv-.
ing fillings," she said. "I started"
out in X-rays and moved my way"
through oral diagnosis where I"
learned about different types of
fillings. In February, I began"
training to actually put the fill-"
ings in."
Gibbons said she was surprised
by how much she liked the change'
over to dental.
"It's a lot more hands-on than- -
I thought. Instead of just hand-
ing over instruments, I'm actually
putting in fillings. I like it a lot,"
she said.


Fleet Readiness Center, Southeast recognized for EWIS project

By Frank Taormina project teams in the defense wiring problems. The effort ect team is the standing use hand held meter that find wiring faults within,,
Public Affairs Specialist manufacturing communi- will help keep the EA-6Bs wave reflectometer (SWR), an operator can use to rap- inches. "The EWIS project-.
leet Readiness Cen- contributed to the under- He also praised the team patent licensed to Eclypse hard faults in wiring assem- NCMS member companies'
ter, Southeast standing, development, or for its diligence during the International of Corona, blies. The data is then deliver quantifiable bene-
(FRCSE) was pre- application of manufactur- four years of this project. Calif., an NCMS member downloaded to a personal fits to the military," said,


sented the Defense
Manufacturing Excellence
Award for 2006 dur-
ing a recent ceremony.
Representatives from
the National Center for
Manufacturing Sciences
(NCMS) visited the com-
mand to present the award.
Rebecca Taylor, senior
vice president, and Chuck
Ryan, vice president of
.technology, presented a
plaque and letter of appre-
ciation (LOA) to Capt. Tim
Matthews, FRCSE execu-
tive officer.
Also receiving LOAs
were team members Carl
Britt, Steve Denny, Laura
Gorgus, Adrian Gray, Mike
Haghani, Eddie Landron,
Dana Lundquist, Andres
Marquez, and Mark Morey,
all of FRCSE and Andrew
Yang of Fleet Readiness
Center, Mid-Atlantic.
The award recognizes


ing techniques, processes,
methods, practices or man-
agement throughout the
nation. FRCSE was recog-
nized for its support of the
Enhanced Wiring Integrity
Systems (EWIS) project.
The EWIS project was a
four-year joint services col-
laborative project formed
to address electrical wiring
issues based on end user
input. FRCSE's application
of EWIS was the test and
repair of circuit breaker
panels on 24 EA-6B aircraft
which resulted in savings of
more than $950,000.
"This project will result in
significant future savings
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Lean Six Sigma: Roles and responsibilities


By Corey Schultz
CNRSE Public Affairs
With the recent imple-
mentation of Lean
Six Sigma (LSS), it is
important to understand the var-
ious titles. LSS borrows a mar-
tial arts nomenclature to high-
light the power that it brings to
the fight to improve processes.
This process improvement will
help Commander, Navy Region
Southeast (CNRSE) to improve
warfighter readiness at a critical
time in the global war on terror-
ism.
Some important titles are:
Champions, Master Black Belts,
Black Belts, Green Belts and
Yellow Belts. These personnel
work together to implement LSS
processes across Navy Region
Southeast.
Champions (or project spon-
sors) are senior leaders, usually
commanding officers and pro-
gram directors who "own" the
areas relevant to the LSS proj-
ects. They support the Belts by
sponsoring the project and imple-


meeting the solutions that are
developed through the DMAIIC
process. They regularly assess
and communicate progress, iden-
tify specific savings gained from
LSS applications, and review the
project to ensure everything is on
track and running smoothly.
"My role is to remain in close
touch, empowering the Green
Belts who lead teams that, I am
confident, are going to produce
significant improvements in
our support to fleet, fighter and
family," said CNRSE Project
Champion and Regional Business
Manager Jim Rountree.
They also provide the resources
to implement the LSS plan and
manage communications between
team players. Champions lead
the change to Lean Six Sigma!
"Our Champions so far have
reviewed and approved our proj-
ect charter, and provided guid-
ance and resources," said CNRSE
Director of Strategic Business
Planning and Green Belt for an
LSS Civilian Recruit-to-Hire
Project Karol Higginbotham.


Master Black Belts work full
time to train and coach Black/
Green Belts and also to provide
statistical problem solving exper-
tise.
Though there are currently no
Master Black Belts within Navy
Region Southeast, it is expect-
ed that a few will emerge after
Commander, Navy Installations
Command (CNIC) trains several
Black Belts. These Master Black
Belts, assigned to CNIC, will
work with Black Belts across the
entire command. ,
Black Belts also devote 100
percent of time to LSS activities.
They lead LSS project teams,
and they train and mentor Green
Belts. Black Belts have completed
in-depth training in LSS methods
and tools. Generally they possess
the following competencies: team
facilitating; problem solving; pro-
cess orientation/systems think-
ing; change facilitation; commu-
nications skills; computer knowl-
edge; program and project man-
agement; and financial analysis.
CNIC is currently recruiting its


initial group of Black Belts. The
selected employees will undergo
three weeks of .intensive training
(in addition to their Green Belt
training) and will have to demon-
strate their skills prior to being
designated as Black Belts.
Though assigned to CNIC,
which will manage their projects,
they will remain at their current
physical location.
Green Belts are the backbone of
the LSS teams. They lead small-
scale projects, Kaizens, and Rapid
Improvement Events and assist
in Black Belt projects within their
functional area. They receive a
basic level of training in LSS tools
and concepts.
Finally, there are Yellow Belts,
members of the team who devote
5 to 15 percent of their time to
their assigned LSS project.
"It's great to work with people
from other offices," said Suzanne
Speight, CNRSE public affairs
specialist who is a Yellow Belt
on an LSS project to decrease the
time required for civilian employ-
ees' permanent change of sta-


tion moves. "It really helps you
understand how there are more
to some processes than you may
think, and it's exciting to see the
results!"
It's important to remember that
everyone on the CNRSE team
is a LSS practitioner. "We are
shining a light on our processes,"
said Green Belt Richard Horne,
a CNRSE management analyst.
"This is all based on the needs
of our fleet, fighter and family
throughout Region Southeast."
CNRSE projects include
revamping indoctrination class-
es to cut down the time to train,
improving money manage-
ment education for junior per-
sonnel, and standardizing the
Ombudsman program throughout
the region.
"Personally, I feel important to
get on board with LSS and help
improve the region and the Navy,"
said Speight.
More on Lean Six Sigma
(including email newsletters) may
be found at:�http://www.isixsigma.
com/.


NMCRS nurse

recognized for

20 years service

By MC2(SW/AW)
Rebecca Kruck
Staff Writer
During the Navy/
Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS)
kick-off ceremony in March,
Commander, Navy Region
Southeast, Rear. Adm.
Mark Boensel presented
Sandra Jackson with a cer-
tificate of appreciation for
20 years of service as a vis-
iting nurse for NMCRS.
Jackson, who is the most
senior of four visiting nurs-
es at NMCRS, describes
the visiting nurse program,
which according to Jackson
makes between 100 to 150
patient contacts per month.
"My job basically entails
teaching medical skills
in the honie. I work with
military retirees, spouses
and family members," she
said. "Sometimes I rein-
force what the hospital has
already told them or I teach
them about a new medical
condition such as diabetes.
I also help family members
learn how to change wound
dressings."
The visiting nurses here
primarily work with moth-
ers who have just had a
baby and the elderly. "With
moms, I start from what
their questions are and then
I'll do an overall assess-
ment of the baby to make
sure they are healthy," said
Jackson. "We are part of
the discharge planning at
the hospital and we meet
with the moms there. We
give them our card and
introduce ourselves and
offer a free home visit to
check the baby from head
to toe. If they want a visit,
they'll sign a permission
slip and we'll call later and
set up a date and time."
During the home visit,
Jackson and the other
nurses ensure the mother
has everything she needs
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Boensel presents a certificate of appreciation to Sandra
Jackson, a visiting nurse who has served more than 20 years
with NMCRS.
new baby. "We also assess already what I do for the
the mom to make sure she's health department,'" she
doing well including any added. "Then one Sunday,
incisions she may have to I saw an ad in the paper
making sure she's in a state for a NMCRS visiting nurse
of well-being. In some cases job and I applied just to see
the father may be overseas what would happen. Sure
and the mother may have enough I got the job. That
problems in the home or was Feb. 24, 1987 and I've
other issues. Since I work been with them ever since."
for NMCRS, I'll go back and According to Jackson, it has
tell them what the prob- been a very rewarding expe-
lems are, and they'll take rience. "This job is perfect for
care of it," she continued. - my personality because I get
Through her elderly visit- to go out in town instead of
ing program, Jackson picks being enclosed in a hospital
up and delivers medica- all day," she said.
tions, teaches them how to Jackson then told a story
fill their medication boxes, to demonstrate her impact
check blood values (for dia- with the military community.
betics) and administer medi- "I had a patient who passed
cations such as insulin. "We away four years ago. During
do a home safety inspection the funeral, he had very few
to make sure the windows surviving relatives there and
are secure and there's noth- he had prearranged to have
ing that could make them his flag presented to me. I
fall or cause problems. We was shocked, but his niece
also follow up to make sure turned to me and said, 'you
they are taking their medi- were the only connection he
cations," she said. had to the military.' I still
Jackson described how have that flag," Jackson stat-
she got her start as a visit- ed.
ing nurse for NMCRS 26 Jackson added that her
years ago. elderly patients are dread-
"My husband was an ing the day when she will
active duty master chief retire, but she doesn't see
here in Jacksonville. I was that happening anytime
working in a hospital and soon. "I'm not really sure
then at the health depart- when I'll retire, probably
ment downtown. We lived when NMCRS kicks me out
in Orange Park and it was the door. I love my job . . .
very hard making that a lot," she said.
drive every day working the . :.V.M. ia
hours that I did. In 1985, I o
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The Navy Bureau
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Force Master Chief (FMF/
SS/SW) Robert Elliott vis-
ited the Navy Medicine
Support Command (NMSC)
at NAS Jacksonville March
28.
Elliott walked -through
the NMSC headquarters
spaces, speaking to the
enlisted personnel and
sharing his views on issues
important to the hospital
corps rating and to the
future of Navy medicine.
With his unique per-
spective as director of the
Hospital Corps, Elliott
spoke to the Sailors about
a number of topics rang-
ing from advancement and
upcoming uniform changes
to deployment opportuni-
ties.
"The Chief of Naval
Operations has said that
hospital corpsmen will be
fully involved and engaged
in the war," he explained
during a question and
answer session.
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we are doing. There will
continue to be plenty of
opportunities for corpsmen
to step up and deploy."
This exchange led to ques-
tions about the chief petty
officer selection process
after the proposed merger
of reserve and active com-
ponents.
"While there haven't been
as many operational billets
historically available to the
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pital corpsman
at Navy Med-
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visit.


During his visit, Elliott
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individual Sailors have a
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Elliott also spoke with
the NMSC chiefs about the
Master Chief Petty Officer
of the Navy's vision and
about the ethical responsi-
bilities of the chiefs com-
munity.
"This is a time where
those looking to get pro-
moted to the ranks of senior
and master chief petty offi-
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HMCM Enrique Cruz,
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chief relayed the impor-
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a positive experience when
junior Sailors get to spend
time with senior members
of the chain of command,"
Cruz said.
"It reinforces the lines of
communication and allows
for their ideas and concerns
to be heard."
"It makes me feel impor-
tant - like we're all impor-
tant," said HM3 Michele
Becher, the NMSC File
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tant leading petty officer
and NMSC's 2006 Junior
Sailor of the Year. "It let's
me know that the hard
work is paying off."
"It's important to be
recognized," added HM2
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tant leading petty offi-
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Dental Corps Credentialing
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville
is with you every step of the
way through your pregnancy
and for the first year of your baby's
life. Pregnant or new parents can
learn amazing things about their
baby with the hospital's new weekly
parenting e-mail service-The Parent
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TPR is a free innovative weekly e-
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Information for weeks 7 to 42 of
pregnancy and weeks one to 52 of
infancy will be sent to any e-mail
address you choose.
Expectant parents are faced with
a confusing range of pregnancy and
parenting information - books, maga-
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ing advice of friends and family. It is
difficult to know how to sort it all out.
Now, OB patients at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville have a resource with
reliable information to guide them


through their pregnancy and the first
year of their baby's life.
The service offers expectant and
new parents, customized information,
news, and resources from the par-
ent education staff. It also allows
the hospital team to develop a richer,
more supportive relationship with
their patients.
Patients and family mem-
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NavalHospitalJax.med.navy.mil, to
start receiving weekly parenting e-
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tion. Messages are personalized to
the patient's due date and continue
for the first year of their baby's life.
During pregnancy, the hospital's mes-
sages include week-by-week informa-
tion on fetal development, wellness
tips, and valuable resources.
After the baby is born, messages
offer child development information,
practical tips on baby care, health
and safety, and other topics of special
interest to new parents.
The hospital's weekly parenting e-
mail also provides brief reviews of
the latest research on pregnancy and
newborn issues in an easy-to-under-
stand format.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville under-
stands that pregnancy is a very
important event for military families.
Family-centered care means being
supportive before, during and .after
the baby's birth and the Parent
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To sign up for this free service, visit
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACK\SONVILLE, Thursday, April 12, 2007 9


Preparing for


a mission


Free tax services at the NAS Jax Tax Center Hospital Red Cross


From NLSO


Tax season is nearing its end.
If you've been procrastinating,
come to the NAS Jacksonville
Tax Center to have your taxes done.
NAS Jacksonville operates a tax
center to provide free tax preparation
services through a program called
Voluntary Income Tax Assistance
(VITA). This program saves Sailors
hundreds of thousands of dollars they
might otherwise pay to get their taxes
done, and obtains millions of dollars
in tax refunds for Sailors.
VITA is the only free tax prepara-
tion 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 pressure Sailors
to pay high additional rates to get
their refunds more quickly. VITA is
run entirely by volunteers. These vol-
unteers are certified by the Internal


Revenue Service (IRS) and the cen-
ter will E-file returns, ensuring fast
refunds.
Who is eligible for free tax
preparation through VITA?
* active-duty service members and
their dependents.
* retirees and their dependents.
* reservists on active duty for more
than 30 days.
* reservists within 30 days of demo-
bilization.
* reservists involved in pre-mobili-
zation.
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
Deploying spouses
Couples wishing to file joint returns


should come to the tax center togeth-
er. If a spouse is unavailable, the
spouse preparing 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 is located at Building 13
at the main gate, next to the Navy-
Marine Corps Relief Society office.
The VITA Tax Center is open
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday and
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Saturday by appointment only.
On April 14, the center will be open
for appointments until 2 p.m. On
April 16-17, the center will be open
from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. for walk-ins
only.
For more information, call 542-
8038.


Navy College Office to hold Distance Learning Partnership Education Fair


From the Navy College Office


A Distance Learning Partnership
A Education Fair will be held
A- pril 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the NAS Jax Officers' Club.
The following colleges will be repre-
sented:
Central Texas College, City University,
Coastline Community College, Columbia


College, Dallas County Community
College, Embry-Riddell Aeronautical
University, Empire State College,
Excelsior College, Florida Community
College, Jacksonville, Fort Hays
State University, George Washington
University, Jacksonville University, Old
Dominion University, Saint Joseph's
College of Maine, Southern Illinois
University, Southern New Hampshire
University, Thomas Edison State


Remembering the Holocaust

By YN1 Dana Axson
Special Contributor

ore than 60 years have past since the Holocaust,
S during which millions of Jewish citizens lost
their lives.
As members of the NAS Jacksonville Multicultural
Awareness Committee (MCAC), we are dedicated to
remembering those who died in that terrible and tumul-
tuous time. MCAC 's focus is not negative but uplifting
and enlightening. To survivors, the Holocaust remains
real and ever-present, but for others, 60 years makes the
Holocaust seem part of ancient history.
This year Holocaust Remembrance Day is April 15. The
theme for 2007 is Children in Crisis: Voices from the Holocaust.
For more information on the Holocaust, and this year's
Day of Remembrance visit the United States Holocaust
Memorial Museum at www.ushmm.org.


University, Troy State University,
University of Maryland, Vincennes
University and Webster University.
The following organizations will also
be at the fair: Navy College Learning
Center, United Services Military
Apprenticeship Program and Troops
to Teachers.
Visit www.navycollege.navy.mil for
a list of partner schools by rate or call
542-2477 for more information.


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Volunteer Summer Program

From Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs


T he Red Cross Junior Summer Volunteer
Program it Naval Hospital Jacksonville is
accepting applications for the summer session.
If your teenager is dependable, willing to accept
responsibility and has a desire to help within the com-
munity and meets the requirements, then the -unior-
Volunteer Summer Program --
is for them. Interested high
school students between the -
ages of 15 and 18 are encour-
aged to apply before May 1.
* Enrollment is limited, so the
applicants should apply early.
The Red Cross Volunteer
Chairman will interview all
junior applicants for approval.
The junior volunteers will be assigned to work in
designated areas of the hospital under supervision
of staff members. The Junior Volunteer Program
requires a minimum of four hours per week.
Applications must be returned to the Red Cross
Office by April 25. with a copy of the applicant's immu-
nization record arid current PPD. Orientation is June
4-5. Call Sheila Hooper at 542-7525 for more informa-
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a cash donation. In the past there hasn't been a way to
encourage individual donations from the general public.
Several new programs have been initiated recently that
allows individual donations.
The Players Championship has distributed millions of
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tournament. They have an individual opportunity for
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Photos courtesy of TPU
DC1 Andrae Johnson (left) and ABE2 Joseph Rivas both of the Transient Personnel Unit Jax, paint an upstairs balcony on one
of the historical homes in St. Augustine, Fla. as part of a community service project last month. Many homeowners rented out
rooms to college students years ago. One such student was noted author Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1060) who wrote musical
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SH3 Tamika Campbell carefully paints one of the porches on
the house.


Transient Unit Personnel Jax
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Manny Marguy uses his tal-
ents to paint the trim on one
of the many windows.


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performances. Although he's been in the bottom
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USO: Oak tree

planted and marked *'-

to honor golf

tourney namesake

From Page 1


carry on his tradition and legacy,"
said McCarthy.
"We are out here today for the
fourth annual golf tournament and
it's hard to believe that it's been three
years since we reinaugurated this
tournament in Bob's honor. It was
certainly a pleasure to do that. I know
that Bob meant so much to every sin-
gle one of you. He also means a tre-
mendous amount to the USO staff
and it's our privi-
Silege to carry on this
tradition."
The ceremony
closed as the Navy
Band played the
* ;.- Navy Hymn and
e family members were
Invited to walk up
and read the plaque
mounted underneath
the oak tree.
Chris - I know
Mike Cohn that Bob is up there
swings through right now grinning.
at the first hole He's just loving this.
during the tour- He loved to play golf
nament. and loved the USO.
It's such a nice tribute to him. We
really appreciate it all," said Coonan's
wife, Chris.
The next event of the day was the
annual Bob Coonan Memorial Golf
Tournament which raised more than
$42,000 for the USO, as dozens of
active arid retired military personnel
and members of the community com-
peted in the event.
The event kicked off with shotgun
start at 144 golfers made their way
to their designated starting hole.
"This tournament raises funds and
also raises an awareness about the
USO in our community. We look for
members of the community to play
in this tournament because we rely
on their contributions to support the
USO's programs and operations,"
explained McCarthy. "We have a full
field today. After the tournament we
have a big dinner and awards cer-
emony planned."
"The event turned out to be our
most successful yet. It really takes
a lot to put this together each year,"
added McCarthy. "The Greater
Jacksonville Area USO Council would
like to thank the NAS Jacksonville
Golf Course, NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson and the
many volunteers for all the support
they provided, and we are looking for-
ward to next year's tournament."


Photos by Kaylee LaR
Family members of retired Navy Capt. Bob Coonan who also served as exei
director of the Greater Jacksonville Area USO, gather together to remember
during a special dedication at the NAS Jax Golf Course April 5.


A group of golfers stand at attention as the national anthem is performed I
the annual Bob P. Coonan Memorial USO Golf Tournament at the NAS Jax
Club April 5.


Michelle Miller sir
the national anthem
at the beginning o
golf tournament.


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Photo courtesy of tf
The winning team of the annual USO Golf Tournament, from left, Jamie Ker
Jason Ryals, Jack Yontz and Scott Biernacki. The team scored a 52 net.


FRCSE: Wins Defense Manufacturing Excellence Award for '06


From Page 7


Ryan. "Our cross industry col-
laborative projects deliver new
technologies that improve mate-
rial readiness and reduce costs
for the Department of Defense."
NCMS is the largest cross-industry
collaborative research and develop-
ment consortium in North America


and is the only consortia effort in the
U.S. devoted exclusively to manufac-
turing technologies, processes and
practices. NCMS has 20 years of expe-
rience in the formation and manage-
ment of complex, multi-partner col-
laborative research and development
programs, and is backed by corporate
members representing virtually every
manufacturing sector.


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Md., Portsmouth Naval Shipyard,
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base,
Fleet Readiness Center, Southwest,
Tobyhanna Army Depot and the
Ogden Air Logistics Center collabo-
rated with NCMS member companies
Eclypse International and Sikorsky
Aircraft Company to make this proj-
ect successful.


FACSFAC: Coordination with other agencies a vital role


From Page 1


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SSYMPOSIUM: 'Valued source

of information, leadership'
From Page 1

times you take your eye off the prize, so to speak," said
Love.
"These first class petty officers are fighting to make
chief and a lot of these Sailors have been up for it over
and over again. For whatever reason, they haven't
made it yet. They need to know that they are still
valuable, as a community and are still a valued source
of information and leadership," added Love.
"All of us have a chief, a senior chief or a mas-
ter chief. One chief may be more well-versed in a
particular topic than the other. This symposium
was designed to provide stellar training for today's
Navy's hot topics and it is provided by people who
Rocque know the particular topic inside and out," commented
cutive CCFCPOA Vice President AC1(AW/SW) Jose Diaz.
r him "This way, we have Sailors reporting back to their
command bringing this vast knowledge with them and
sharing it with everyone around them. We expect and
hope to start a chain reaction of positive leadership."
t J Attendees were treated to a continental breakfast
on day one of the symposium, then NAS Jacksonville
CMDCM(SW) Chris Green kicked off the symposium
"-. with his opening remarks. "It's great to bring first
class petty officers together from all over the United
States to be able to hear things firsthand. The Navy
really benefits by holding these symposiums by bring-
ing senior leadership together to share ideas," he said.
"Many people think that deckplate leadership starts
with chief petty officers, but it really starts with our
petty officers. You are the ones in front of your Sailors
every day setting the example making sure that they
are the person they want those young Sailors who are
coming out of boot camp to emulate."
before All of the attendees seemed to appreciate the hard
Golf work and effort that was put into the production of
the leadership symposium. "I'm very impressed with
the guest speakers and the first class leadership that
put this event together. This was worth every second
of my time. The information and knowledge as well as
the combined levels of experience is unbeatable," said
MI\l(SW) Daryll Lezama of Naval Weapons Station
ngs Waterfront Operations Charleston. S.C.
em Topics of discussion at the symposium were mentor-
f the ship and sailorization. Navy Knowledge Online 101,
detailing. Physical Readiness Program, individual
augmentees and many others. Most of the topics were
geared towards the programs and policies as well as
how to keep your Sailors abreast of this information
and all of the changes. There were also topic sessions
available to train the first class petty officers on how
to achieve the next goal in their careers ... khaki's.
"This is all focused on being a leader and knowing
the people who you are going to lead. At the same
time, we cater a bit to the first class petty officers
to get them ready for the next step in their career,"
added Diaz.
."Somewhere along the line. folks have lost sight of
who the front line leaders are. Master Chief Petty
', * Officer of the Navy ,Joe Campa said that the first class
petty officers are the backbone of the Navy. We feel
that that is true. We are the front leaders of the Navy.
Receiving valuable information to be a good leader and
effective manager is crucial to keeping that backbone
strong." said Diaz.
The CCFCPOA meets every Wednesday at 10 a.m. in
Building 822. For more information, contact AZlIAW)
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Donate to this year's NMCRS Fund Drive


From Staff


The NAS Jacksonville 2007 Fund Drive in support
of the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society kicked off March 19. The fol-
lowing represents the total contributions reported at the
end of the third week of fund raising. The fund drive will
continue until April 27.


NAS Jax Commands Gfo
Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
$5,762
ASD $88
ASTC $52
B CO 4TH AAB INSPECTOR $39
CBMU-202 Det Jax $1,1
CNRSE $1,
CSCWL $1,
CV-TSC ASHORE $35
CNATTU $3,
DCS Jax $22


al


80
28
)6
210
342
254
52
938
20


Total
Contributions
$16,170


$0
$319
$0
$2,353
$660
$1,020
$659
$630
$0


NAS Jax Commands
DVECC
EFASE
FACSFAC Jax
FASO DET Jax
FISC JAX
CHSWL
HS-3
HS-5
HS-7
HS-11
HS-15
MIUW Unit 207
NAS Jax
NATEC Det Jax
NOSC
NAVCOMTELSTA Jax
Navy Band Southeast
Naval Hospital Jax
Navy Drug Lab


Goal
$528
$374
$1,980
$396
$550
$704
$4,752
$4,466
$5,060
$5,060
$4,994
$286
$9,754
$66
$1,144
$1,628
$1,320
$20,724
$88


Total
Contributions
$0
$0
$0
$595
$590
$0
$0
$8,390
$0
$0
$2,644
$0
$3,137
$0
$1,032
$2,068
$645
$0
$0


NAS Jax Commands
NLSO
NMSC
CPRW-11
PSD Jax
REDCOM SE
Rescue Swimmer School
SE Regional Cal. Lab
SCWS
TPU
VP-5
VP-16
VP-30
VP-45
VP-62
VR-58
VS-22
VS-24
VS-31
VS-32


Goal
$220
$1,254
$3,608
$1,562
$1,012
$440
$990
$506
$1,012
$9,020
$8,954
$24,200
$9,218
$1,914
$3,014
$4,818
$1,320
$4,400
$4,400


Total
Contributions
$235
$1,257
$3,045
$81
$125
$0
$773
$0
$0
$12,927
$1,234
$5,135
$3,062
$0
$1,250
$3,615
$1,393
$10,473
$0


April is Month of




the Military Child


By Beth Wiruth
Special Contributor


A pril is not just spring break and
Easter, it is also the Month of the
Military Child. Former Defense
Secretary Caspar Weinberger established
this Department of Defense commemora-
tion in 1986. Since then each branch of
the uniformed services takes this month
to recognize the role and sacrifice of mili-
tary children.
Did you know that more than one million
children have at least one parent serving
on active duty? Did you know that during a
20-year military career of their parents the
average military child will move more than
nine times? That means saying goodbye
and starting over, on average, every two
years!
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Gen. Peter Pace acknowledges military
children as a "special source of inspira-
tion". In his letter to salute military chil-
dren, Pace states, "You are heroes in a
quiet, thoughtful way, and I am grateful
for the unconditional love you give your
mom and dad." His entire letter can be
found at www.defenselink.mil/news/news-
article.aspx?id=15438 and is worth print-
ing and reading to your children.
It is fitting for a month to be dedicated to
our military children. While my husband
and I are childless, we are Aunt Beth and
Uncle Scott to many children, military chil-
dren and see the effect of military life on
our "adopted kids." And, the effects are not
all bad! But this month is an opportunity
to take time to honor their special place in
the military world and society.
Check your local base for their special
events for this month. Each branch of the
service honors this month with various
events to include, carnivals, talent shows,
Olympic events and too many others to
list here. Check with your local Fleet and
Family Service Center, Family Support
Center or Army Community Services cen-
ter for a listing of their events. Check out
your local youth and teen center as well
for their commemorative events. I have it
from a reliable source (one of my adoptee's,
Kathryn) that last year's sleep-in at one
base was "off-the-wall awesome!"
What can you do to recognize and honor
the military children in your life and com-
munity? I'm glad you asked. Consider
checking out these Web sites for ideas! If
you are an educator, www.monthofthemili-


SPOUSE'S PERSPECTIVE
tarychild.com has ideas and lesson plans
to incorporate in your observance of this
month in your classroom. Business leaders
can also find ideas to support initiatives for
military children on this website includ-
ing sponsoring a journaling/scrapbook-
ing event. America Supports You (www.
americasupportsyou.mil) provides ideas
and opportunities to express your support
for our troops and their children.
Parents, I want to recommend a few
resources for you and your children, not
just for this month, but throughout the
year. Military Teens on the Move (MTOM)
and MTOM for Kids is a "cool" site (http://
www.dod.mil/mtom) full of tips to help mil-
itary youth get the most out of this "Life of
Adventure." Helping kids and teens cope
with relocation, the site provides informa-
tion on each military installation, com-
munities, schools and ways to 'weather the
pre- and post-move periods.
Kids Information on Deployment Stuff,
sponsored by DeploymentLink, strives to
make moving around the world or learning
of a parent's deployment destination more
'fun." Games and info are presented at
grade level and provide military children
the opportunity to learn about cultures,
religions, geography, as well as health and
nutrition, family life, personal safety and
even kid appropriate news. Check them out
at www.deploymentlink.osd.mil/kidslink
MilitaryStudent.org (www.militarystu-
dent.org) is a great resource for parents,
children and teens to find information and
resources on 'quality of life' issues such as
relocation, deployment, education. There
is a section dedicated to special-needs fam-
ilies, educators and military leaders to
provide a central location for tools and
resources to enhance both educational and
social well-being.
As Pace said, "Many of you (military
children) have experienced the sad and
sometimes frightening experience of hav-
ing your mom or dad far from home, serv-
ing around the globe in places like Iraq
and Afghanistan. Through your personal
courage and support, you serve this nation
too - and I am proud of you!" Ditto, gen-
eral!
Do you have a question or comment for
* Beth? Contact her at beth.wiruth@home-
frontinfocus.com.


ACC(AW/SW) Anterio Mack of the NAS jax Air Operation's Department, shines up
a vehicle at a Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Fund Drive Car Wash April 4. The
event raised nearly $250 for the annual fund drive. Another car wash will be held
tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the car washing area on Mustin Road.



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14 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 12, 2007


Volunteer

drivers

needed

From Staff
T hhe Morale,
W61fare and
Recreation
Information, Tickets
and Travel Office is cur-
rently seeking volunteer
drivers to assist with
" their Tours and Sports
Shuttle programs.
Volunteers receive
free admission and/or
tickets for the tours or
shuttles that they drive
for. Interested drivers
must have a current
- CDL license and a good
driving record.
For more information,
, contact Jenny Wallace
at 542-3318. Ext. 8.



GSA Expo.


coming up


in May

From Staff.



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This training conference
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training in government
contract law, performance
based acquisition, strategic
sourcing and other procure-
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such as GSA Advantage and
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information technology,
travel and transportation,
facilities management and
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free training courses will
be offered and all classes
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exhibits by more than 700
commercial partners and
GSA multiple award sched-
ule contract holders.
'- For more information and
to register, visit www.expo.
gsa.gov or call 1-888-272-
p565.




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BOWLING

CENTER
For more information.
call 542-3493.

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

Bowling League Information
Monday's (2/2) - Start date: May
14, $10 per week
Wednesday's Civilians (4 any) -
.Start date: June 16, $12 per week
Wednesday's Fun League (3 any) -
Start date: May 30, $10 per week
Thursday's Senior (4 any) - Start
date: May 3, $7 per week
Thursday's Intramural (2 any) -
Start date: May 24, $5 per week
Thursday's Mixers (4, 3/1) - Start
date: May 10, $12 per week
Friday's ATC Weather Guessers
(2/2) - Start date: May 4, $10 per
week
Saturday's Morning Youth League
(3 to 4 person teams, any) - Start
date: June 2, $7.50 per week
Sunday's Night Mixed League (2/2)
- Start date: April 29, $10 per week

THE ZONE

COMPLEX
Call 542-3521
for more information.

The Comics on Duty World Tour
Budweiser Brew House located
inside The Zone
May 2, 7 p.m.
$5 per person, includes dinner buf-
fet
Ticket on sale now at The Zone

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

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

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

Bingo
Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m.
Sunday - Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
Win cash!

FITNESS AND
AQUATICS
For more information on aquatics,
call 542-2930.


$49 PER PERSON
$49 OR COUPLE |
S3 Private Lessons 1/2 hr. each
* 2 Group Classes
S1 Dance Party




17 Years Same Location
* Instructors are Trained & Certified
* Lessons designed to meet your
specific wants & needs
Dances Offered:
Salsa . Rumba . Cha Cha . Swing
S Waltz . Fox Trot - Tango - Merengue


Aqua Aerobics
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11 a.m. - noon

I.T.T

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

Pepsi 400 at Daytona International
Speedway
July 7
Tickets go on sale at I.T.T. tomor-
row at 9 a.m.
A variety of tickets are available
for purchase ranging $45 - $126
each.
Limit four tickets per person.

Andre Rieu Concert
April 20, 8 p.m.
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial
Arena
$75 per person, club section

The Players Championship
May 7-13
Monday - Wednesday tickets -
$30.25
Thursday - Sunday tickets - $60
Weekly Badge - $165
Last day to purchase is April 20

LIBERTY COVE

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

Jacksonville Sun's Baseball Game
Tonight
Free

Free Lesson and 9-holes of Golf
April 17
NAS Jax Golf Course

Kenney Chesney Concert
April 21
$60 per person

Barracks Bash
May 9, 3:30-7:30 pm
Free food, entertainment and
prizes!

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

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Casino Royale
(PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - The Holiday
(PG-13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. - Dreamgirls (PG-
13)
April 20, 7 p.m. - Bobby (R)
April 21, 5 p.m. - Night at the
Museum (PG)


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5443 SAN JUAN AVE.
1179 PARK AVE.
7628 103RD ST.
6842 WILSON BLVD
6008 LAKE COVE AVE.
1734 KINGSLEY AVE.
206 PARK AVE.
1313 BLANDING/KNIGHT BOXX
341 PARK AVE.
1952 PARK AVE.
4603 BLENDING BLVD.
6510 NORMANDY BLVD.
6409 SAN JUAN AVE
6970 103rd ST
11 BLENDING BLVD
620 CHAFFEE RD
CECIL FIELD
5391 COLLINS RD.
6260 103RD ST.
7900 103RD ST.
1670 WELLS RD.
5480 COLLINS RD
511 BULLS BA"HWY
10980 NEW KINGS RD(US 1)
4511 SAN JUAN AVE
7023 103rd ST
640 STOCKTON ST
277 BLENDING BLVD
500-60 HWY 17 & CR 220
4420 WABASH AVE.
4441 WESCONNETT BLVD.
7254 103RD ST.
CECIL FIELD
182 BLENDING BLVD.
1441 DUNN AVE
821 BLENDING BLVD
7313 LEM TURNER RD
132 BLENDING BLVD
1548 PARK AVE
634 BLENDING BLVD
1585-B ISLAND LANE
2692 BLENDING BLVD


File photo
A group of toddlers test out their jumping skills in the inflatable castle during
last year's Month of the Military Child Carnival. This year's event will be held
April 21 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Navy Exchange parking lot. For more
information, call 778-9772.
April 21, 7 p.m. - Stranger than Class 2 - April 20, 21, 22, 28 and
Fiction (PG-13) 29
April 27, 7 p.m. - The Pursuit of Class 3 - April 24, 26, May 1, 3, 8,
Happyness (PG-13) 10, 15, 17, 22
SApril 28, 5 p.m. - Rocky Balboa $150 per person.
(PG)
April 28, 7 p.m. - Babel (R) 25th annual Bass Tournament


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!
April 24 for active duty.
Today and April 26 for retirees and
Department of Defense personnel.

Golf Equipment Demonstration
Days
Mizuno- April 13, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Cobra - April 19, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Nike - April 20, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Taylor Made - April 27, 10 a.m. - 2
p.m.

O CLUB

& T-BAR
For information on booking com-
mand or private functions at the
O'Club or T-Bar, call the Officers'
Club main office, 542-3041. �

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday - Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.

Child Development Homes
Call 542-5381 for more informa-
tion.

Home care providers needed.
Earn income in your own home!

MULBERRY

COVE MARINA
Call 542-3260.


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KANGAROO
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KANGAROO
KANGAROO
KANGAROO
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KRYSTALS
LIBRARY
LIL CHAMP
LIL CHAMP
LIL CHAMP
LIL CHAMP
LIL CHAMP
LIL CHAMP
LIL CHAMP
MOVIE STOP
MURRAYS TAVERN
POST OFFICE
RAE'S DINER
ROWE'S
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Updated: FEBRUARY 1,2007


Saturday
Mulberry Cove Marina
Registration form available online
at www.nasjax.navy.mil.

YOUTH

ACTIVITIES
Call 788-9772 for more
information.

Month of the Military Child
Carnival
April 21, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Free clowns, music, snow cones and
rides

Summer Camp Registration
April 28, 9 a.m. to noon

Non-School Day Drop In
Now available at the Youth
Activities Center.
Call for fees and times.

THE FLYING
CLUB
For more information,
call 777-8549/6035.

Private Pilot Ground School
April 16 - May 23
Classes meet Monday and
Wednesday, 4-7 p.m.
$375 per person, includes books

Seneca PA34-200 Ground School
April 21, 8 am - 4 pm
$75 per person

Commercial Pilot Ground School
April 24 - May 17
Classes meet Monday &
Wednesday, 4-7 p.m.
$100 per person, books extra


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5800 RAMONA BLVD JAX
2688 OLD MIDDLEBURG JAX
7603103rd ST./RICKER JAX
3137 SR 220/RUSSELL MDG
2584 SR220 & COLLEGE * MDG
5105 SR218W/MALLARD MDG
2816 BLANDING/PEPPERGRASS MDG
4305 HWY 17 & RAGGEDY PT OP
208 BLENDING BLVD. OP
KINGSLEY AVE. OP
9763103rd ST.ICONNIE JEAN JAX
636 McDUFF AVE. S. NEAR 1-10 JAX
770 N McDUFF NEAR BEAVER JAX
102 SUZANNE OP
2468 BLENDING & SCENIC MDG
338 COLLEGE & OLD JENNINGS OP
1312 BLANDING/OAK OP
8635 BLENDING BLVD JAX
4527 120TH ST. JAX
1335 KINGSLEY AVE. OP
CECIL FIELD JAX
5435 BLENDING BLVD JAX
6407 103RD ST. JAX
1464 PARK AVE. OP
10401 NORMANDY BLVD. JAX
4152 OLD MIDDLEBURG JAX
8181 103rd ST. JAX
4856 PARK ST./CASSAT. JAX
3895 OLD JENNINGS/LONGBAY MDG
2682 BLANDING/218 MDG
4486 MIMOSA/218 MDG
804 BLANDING/CAMP JOHNSON OP
2816 HENLEY RD - LKASBURY GCS
3075 HWY 17/MAHAMA GCS
6935 HWY 17/HIBERNIA GCS
756 PARK AVE. OP
187 ARORA BLVD. OP
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JAX SPORTS


Tennis tourney slated
A men and women's singles tennis tournament
will be held April 23 at 5 p.m. The tournament is
free and open to all NAS Jax authorized men and
women over 18. There will be a separate men and
women's division. Matches will be played at the
Guy Ballou Tennis Complex. Awards will be given
for each division. Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign up
by April 20.
3-on-3 Sand volleyball meeting
This meeting will be held May 9 at 11:30 a.m. in the
Building 850 conference room. Commands having
their athletic officer or designated representative
attend the meeting will receive five captain's cup
points. All interested personnel should attend the
meeting to discuss rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Are you a competition runner? If so, you can
represent the Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and
triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are
provided as well as transportation, entry fees and


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 12, 2007 15

SHARE offers food at reduced cost


By Jasa Bowser-Shaw
Special Contributor


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. For more information, call 270-
5451.
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
Sports officials
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 the NAS Jax Gym.

For more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email bill.bonser@navy.mil.


STANDINGS


Team
VP-16 A


Intramural Winter Golf
Liberty League Standings
As of April 6
Wins Losses
6 1


Ocho-Cinco
Navy Band
VR-58
VP-30
HS-15
NCTS A
CV-TSC
CNATTU Red


Team
FACSF


5 2
4 3
1 2
3 4


Intramural Winter Golf
Freedom League Standings
As of April 6
Wins Losses Ti
FAC 6 1


ASD
VP-16 B
SCWS
CNATTU Blue
CNATTU Gold
Pin Seekers
NCTS B


5 2
4 2
4 3
3 3


Intramural Soccer Standings


Team
VP-30 O'S
VP-45
FRCSE
HS-15
CNATTU
VP-16
USMC
VP-30
Air Ops
HS-7


As of April 6
Wins Losses
4 "0
3 0
3 1
2 1
1 2
1 3
1 3
1 3
0 3
0 0


Ties
1
1
1
1


Intramur

Team
Dirty 30
FRC-SE
FACSFAC
Lab Rats
DET 16
AIMD 500
PSD
CNATTU
AIMD 900
Flang
VR-58
VP-45
CBMU202
Fire Department
Naval Hospital
VP-30 Students
HS-15
SERCC
HS-3
AIMD 900B


Tear
Lady


al Softball Standings
As of April 6
Wins Losses
5 0
4 0
2 0
4 1


SHARE is a local food savings pro-
gram that lets participants save up
to 50 percent monthly on their local
food bill when purchased through a local
non-profit organization.
The distribution site is a Celebration
Church on Kingsley Avenue in Orange
Park. SHARE invites all community-mind-
ed people from all backgrounds to par-
ticipate in a monthly food distribution net-
work that offers quality food at discounted
prices.
SHARE has the ability to bring people
together for the greater purpose of devel-


hoping communities in addition to saving
money on their grocery bill.
The only prerequisite to participate in
this program is that participants must vol-
unteer two hours per month. They can do
their volunteer work at the time and place
of their choice.
Orders are taken at Celebration Church
in Orange Park and the food arrives
approximately two weeks later.
There are no income requirements, just a
desire to make a positive difference in the
world.
Call the SHARE of Orange Park direc-
tor Laura Randall at 213-1278 or send an
email to Jasashaw@comcast.net for more
information.


ID card appointments can be made online


From PSD Jacksonville
Appointments for military ID cards
may be made on the Web site to
avoid the wait associated with
walk-in service.
Appointments can be made in advance by
civilians, retirees and active duty members
for all types of ID cards.
Appointments can be made from 9 a.m.
- 3 p.m. daily. Walk-in customers will


continue to be served on a first come, first
served basis; however, customers with
appointments will have priority.
The Web site can be accessed via the
NAS Jax Web site, www.nasjax.navy.mil.
Please choose PSD Jacksonville for all
family member ID card appointments, not
Pass & ID.
Avoid the wait. Make your appointment
today!!


Earth Day Festival coming up at The Jacksonville Landing


From Staff
The annual Earth Day Festival event
will be held April 21 from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. at The Jacksonville Landing.
Celebrate Earth Day by discovering new
things and learn about the environment
while having family fun.


1 4


Women's Softball Standings
As of April 6
n Wins Losses
Divas 1 0


TPU
VP-16
Naval Hospital


Tea
FRC


0 1
1 1
0 2


Intramural Volleyball Standings
As of April 6
im Wins Losses
'SE 1 0


Naval Hospital
CNATTU
ASD
VR-58


0 0
0 1


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, N.WCA Jax
No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each month.
Meetings are held in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop
is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first
Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For
more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl Aran at
777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 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 at7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange Park.
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 St. Vincent's Medical Facility in Orange
Park. For more information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the
first Wednesday of every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry' Cove
Marina. Boaters and non-boaters, are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held the
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 307-6261.
Dollhouse and miniatures enthusiasts hold
monthly meetings the first Tuesday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Hart Haven Baptist Church, 47 Jim
Wright Road. Club members share know-how and
help each other with room-boxes, dollhouses and
other miniature projects. Call Grace Tobey for more
information at 783-0354.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second Thursday of each
month at 10 a.m. at the Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Moms and children are welcome
at all activities. For information contact Nicole Lopez
at 504-6016 or go to momsclubopw@yahoo.com.
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 AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association, Inc.
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
.month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue room.
-For more information, call Janneice Moore at 563-


4645.
The local chapter of the Military Officers Associa-
tion of America meets for a dinner program the
third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club. All active, retired and
reserve officers of all services are encouraged to
attend. For reservations or more information, call
772-0237.
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.fll1x.org.
A military spouse informational seminar will be
held April 21 from 10 a.m. to. 4 p.m. at the Hyatt
Regency Riverfront Hotel. The event is sponsored
by the Medical Transcription Industry Association
and will offer information about the medical
transcriptionist field. For more information, go to
www.mtia.com.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will hold
their monthly meeting at the Webb-Wesconnett
Library, 6887 103rd St., Jacksonville April 21 at
1:30 p.m. on April 21. For more information, call
Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.
VP-16 Reunion Roster will be having a reunion
April 27-28 in Orange Park. For more information,
contact Jud and Ann Lord at 771-5446 or email
judann@bellsouth.net.
The sixth annual Fleming Island 5K Run will be held
May 5 at 8 a.m. at Village Square, Fleming Island
Plantation. For more information, call 284-1808.
The Cecil Field Airfest 2007 will be held May 19
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Airfest is open to the
public with free admission and parking. For more
information, call David Dollarhide at 573-1606 or
email ddollarhide@jaa.aero.
The Boost for the Troops events will be held May
19 from noon to 6:30 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve
Association, 5391 Collins Road. The event is a
non-partisan rally to show support to our men
and women serving our country. Entertainment
and refreshment. will be available. For more
information, call 264-2833.
A VP-4 All Hands Reunion will be held Oct.
12-14 at the Crown Plaza hotel in San Diego.
Contact Bill Broadwell at 619-713-2321 or go to
www.vp4association.com for information on, the
reunion.


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tening to live bands playing music, looking
at live animals, watching entertainment on
the children's stage and much more!
Entry and all activities are free of
charge.


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1-800-733-5342, 24 HRS. Eagle Harbor 2 Car Garage, Pool, and L.,.. C*'.. u.c, ri.enr .ara NORTHSIDE - 41.'2 .ron..to aroerlihr, fire damaged, >W Tc E $19 e
l. 2900sf, 4 bedrooms, Clubhouse. Only 36 Gated L. .*. ,.:..-. . ma. rr,.,. acres off New Ber .. -I Co' onrd rr.r6 distressed, vacant or WESTSlDE $149 Sec dep
S A wimers.. 3-car e roe, New Homes, Na CDD's, No . .._l t... r .3 Dras0hcolly reduced or , occupied, ANYWHERE, Special. 1BR, $440.
Sportan Aquatic Club Construction, reduced OM Fees. Grand Opening 904.613.4096 - 9 19.9 ln Rd. 3 bedroom sole or lease owner ANY CONDITION... Call 388-7317
isopentoswimmers tB from 539999 to $48R9,999 Prices From $2089,900 Coil 2 bath home - utility wanls oiler. ro ,aor Apts/comm'NLI/residential ARLINGTON
and undtr atolil obili- NOW FURTHER 904-838-9594' 904-219-9474 ARMCO born - horse stalls IJe Bruor InE oRb NO DEAL TOO BIG or DPSTEST ECINLy
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r ( c dP.lace .r horses "' & .. "'. 904-680-7435 -Cony to Town D& Beaches Seaboard Oaks. 904-778-9836
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Newer 3/2 with formal dining 4/2 Formal living and family room, Luxury waterfront 2/2 condo home for military MUST GO AT COST
family for over a yr. CALL TODAY!2 904-477-4221
room. Ideal for first time buyer FL room, large fenced backyard with all the bells and whistles. VA Loan Approved
WO$199,900 WANTED: GOOD
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O ARGYLE FOREST TIM'S TREE SERVICE Nw, Kenmore Four Poster Waterbed
Julinglon Creek / Cypress WESTSIDE 3/1 ORANGE PARK I Room to Ret $500 DANCERS DANCERS W LL BEAT ANY Heavy Duy. White rk Pne or
Trace 2/2.5 Twnthm, fully CH & A w/d hkup, 2/2, pool, gated, w/d, month plus 1/3 ultili- REASONABLE PRICE! Finish Extended ar- Drawer Pedestal
rn aeitis. cldesac. ecedYardt Move nSpecial I ies. W/D included. RESTAURANT $$11000$$ Licensed & Insured rontY. $600.00 For Both. about 35 years oLd.
$1u50n, a yr lease, shortt, telp. yr95645 TamSica2 car garage. 704-1078. Bldg. 8750s51 -San Marco HIRING BONUS 904545-7648 771-7268 OBO. 912-576-9143 Very Pretty. $2000
er av. 904 67 145 Near W ar o 13rd. for sale or lease. 1444 No Mndatory Tip Outs
Wa 1Home St. off Hndricks Stackos 399-1110 -Whirlpool Stove and
ORANGE PARK Ave. New roof and DW. Gr eat Condition. iece Lixin Rm
WESTIDE Beutiful Coestone, Eagle VAC r lease. DANCERS,DO AFF, RiSTr Ire|.17 0 n
u 3 BR/2 BA Lakeview bar, split 3/2, 12.17sf. 3000/mo. & BARTENDERS Call 912-576-7717 Soo Sleeper
SPatDioM$00%,11200EisOEmcploymrenotSix piece Kitchen Din-
oA,,nyrEaslon, Srrnd2rsollo, & Co. -NEEDED ing Room Set
GYLEh11t R i $i ll90-12/6079!i Ro Ar eel . Foresl 356-2228 RH oallor CALL 7577370 ALL FOR $800.00
ARGYLE -312, 12611f, ALL I,
ARGYLE I, 2 s1, Ki . Clubho . loos, .150 0 0 plus 1/3i uill. ColF- 5 042-2732
$950. GROVI -'1A.K cl Ner NAr OAWlaor Coal 0032098 or 117/,1212 SOUTHSIDE Job Fairs DJDOORMAN, al52732
-/ , 1052s $950. D T30. Call 03 1 or 551153 295 Oro 10,650sf, 11,040sf, or Resume service BARTENDERS, Italian Furniture, Six
PI 901-276 0795 7/2 7795 s,300 mo. house. Grade level. Accounting/ Call Passion Antigues 18HP, Briggs & Stratton Bookcases, Sofa and
EAGLEArlington Common dock available. Bokkeepi 641033 motor, hyd, pump 150 Loveseat, Coffee and
/2$1595, 1914 Wood- WESTSIDE 3br, CH/A, Baymeadows /Rle 9A, La Arlington on dock aviPr 0.10 Bookkeeping 6415033 Appliances ll sie a,3 end tab inr al r
lake. Beoutiful walk $750MO Coal Cunningham /lbr/lb, walk closet, REGENCY INN ason Sderson & . AdvertisingMedia Art Craft rs, t hose spray prices. 904t. Call o
to sco& Swim Realty 904-387-0475 /d, pool, c . ust WEEKLY SPECIALS! a A-2228 Realtor c 5Waitstaf, on sgun. $14,500.
I Realy 904387-0475 ee. Close to all. $900nm+ 5139* 7 DAY STAY 725-5093 356-2228 Reallor *Architecture/rtendrs DoorstOff Auctions cong83n28 I4 00 Like New-Ashley
Park. Mil. Disc. Janet ui. Toni 904316721. Interior Design Bartenders, Doorstaff ABuidinS e 386u328-4161 rniture Solid
537-3306, WESTSIDE Beautiful new ORTHSIDE ROOM Interior Designl Building Supplies F tre Soid
4/2 home 4 rent. Chef Intracoastal West New oated TO RENT Graphics Design all 3991110 Business/Office iW d Office
EAGLE HARBOR 4/2.5 Suite-includes desk
mEAGEsfARBOR 5 , walin close, 27 car 3/3, 2200sf on marsh, New Large Home in * Automotive Sales/ Equipment w/keyboard pull-out, 2
2400sf, clubhouse oar/maucs more 2627741 granite, SS appl, pool, Victoria Lakes, CallE drawer file cabinet,
aeities. O ?I Pond, Pets goar, $1695 14' coil 904-434-2395 Samiro Service ClothesL-return, bookcases
K $1650 me. 477-6311 WHITEHOUSE -New 3/2, 3/3 Pnths 1895 273-0125 --------n * Aviation CollCCtables cen Baoa S srage a, rebooas. Perfect
Cowboy Boots.e areas. Perfect
. Flemin 2car oar, 2400sf, c, LUXURY ROOMS Comput. S Condition, Glen cEagle
om and- comm. pool,/d, $135Om INTRACOASTAL WEST wMicrwove & Retrig * Civil Service/ COUNTER SALES Cdmpu ter- Never worn. Cl ond ion r pies a
Ee Harbor Call 561-707 7088 Mira Vista New 3/2. Low Daily/Wkly Rates! * Business Government/ FT salary +commission. Craft/ThriftStores 912-576-3130 must see, $1200 OBO.
BR/3B , FL $500 Down U OWN 10s . k N$1 O ou10 ff foPublic Adminisration A Wky Rooms in ppl at Big Cash pawn Electronics
R/313 - EBPI1904,2765OOpportunities Public Administration (904)708-4499
ro /heat & AC, ree All st M. REE QALIYINN (904) 21211 DiStributorships/ Computer Hardware/ m t $0;
seated poo,01, teis & EZ QUALIFY Lakeshore Cedar Creek utoT h Farm/Plantinke Bedroa9 500;
Sin conlunJity. Call the Hotline 388-1208 Condo S925mo 2/ 2.5 Franchises Software/ Fruts/VeaQles WALKMAN DIOm i
REDUCED iron, 1200st, waerfront, poov, Fictitious Names Programming mis ouse WALKMASONY. For the arm.ADIOS
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542-7908 Community, 4bedroomA ORTEGA WATE Fi Moneyanciato Lend ces otrusti GarageoSales DFital. V, Wo Ther.L
3bePhO$2W wwFRONT 3/2, gated +-CustomerService ' W Garden/Lawn ExT. tond. w18 ech. 268-2482hast
MIDDLEBURG new 7079610 or (850846478 FRONT 3/2, d Borrow DRIVER WANTED Garde Lawn E.Cond. ec . 20, 2 , Anne Legs Very
7079604r/2, A00)-/ amenities, slip avail, Dental NEED MONEY FAST??? Ht bs/SpasOld. Beautifully
siti.m,..2 AFree Rent Offer 534-1327 103rd & OLD MIDDLEBURG �Mortae Bought NEE MOE FT X holsered Fbric.
--R3/1.5 S535 ch&o, WD Hookup. MandSold B Domestic Services/ Drive Yellow Cab. Je y Upholstered Fabric.
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c.. . , . , ,. .,:- . , Delivery Driver background.493-550 dfw Machineryand NORTHSIDE - 3366 Vito- New, Still in Plastic, $15
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91, . . .,,.-.. ..3. Great V. , .: ch&a, WD Hu, S795/mo. M dical 903. Great Value.
ORANGE PR RTO SOUTSIDE . VANSANDT RE 389 3540 Dnr *Engineering Miscellaneous Set. Brand New in plastic
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* Arlington, Southside aISp Clay Events Medical/Health Care Go W. on 103rd St. pass Georgia Farm Cn Delver. 904-674-04( I coITo 0 I
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l P$1v100/9904- Col 594-509 Week Eve Class Way 16 Beauty iw aterproofing Servicesant phone 264-4587.o Oran ge0 8 CeliTOe.t .I T
SCall Dave 904-881-653 Superior Instructiont $950. 858 9350.Ca deliver 912-673-70 .
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(904)r269b2555 Management estimates - Quality work REFRIGERATOR
A/ D 3 fC Florida Real Estate sate m O al r R GE A Mattress Set, New in Plastic, B ueen $295. Twin T9
w/d Ohup, frpl, fenced Yd Entry l0, off all l obs we7n c a to c u Ft . w/
r+ $500 dep. 3933ForS ae Recreation/Sports/ 10% if allt os 94-76 9iem2e. Must sell $110 904-674-0405 Beds Walnut Hesadv '
$e $ de DANCeRss D w . ampObe. 284-7910n . boards $375. Both
ASDAEFo Rent WESTSIDE 2000SF hse Restaurant/Bar/Club/ RAig Tho msville well 472-1417.
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9 -2 41, $3,0e0 Leal. $875 2co-559 uph eols ter Medibarstoo
3r mS ICall Don Brown Realty trash/wd, fpl, vault cell, tractor. 7185 Beaver St Take orders from print & Sales AFFORDABLE Deperndable 904sil 24 w3 04875 26-5597 upholstered harstools
BAYMEADOWS 3/2r 225S510 or571-7177 fen yd, 7min NAS flex $220,000 OBO. Cali TV ads, pass spelling, Science/Research Res & Cam, roofing repairs WASHER & DRYE Set Quen with adjustable height $150
den, tile, brick 1800SF, lease 859-9863 avail 6/1 904- 387-0176 grammar, typing tests.CO & new roofs, flat & metal Supe ap a groomm e 0 in S Fal 264-8954 or 504-8928V S
by Avenues Mall, $1350, Yulee/Fernandina Belles Cal 739- 3700 for appt. - Social Services/ Lic # ccc s l326674 Super capaciaty,n Light pwo e
1st/ last + dep. 651-2927I River Estates 4BR/2BA, MANDARIN- 2/2.5 WAREHOUSESI Counseling C 699-8739 Call 778 3591I Room Set $600 Dine SOFA & LOVE SEAT w/3 i m
2008sf, like new, $1295. Townhse w/loft, pool, gym For Sale -4000sf., 6500sf., 7 3ec9no ooSets 600 Like New. tables 350; D inning rooa'l
E. Arlington Nicest area, Call 225- 1934 or 705- 5453 in Bartram Park 7800sf., and 7950sf., Technical Support7710470 or 434.1952 set w/6 cha oirs 2 add'i
nature preserve, 3/2 1100 sec, 904.403.7030 Brick and Block. Grade Telemarketing , eI S c BEDROOM 6PC CHER leafs $300. $60
tin, $135o. 997-3262. son & C. 356-2228 rENLISTMENT UP? wT . r i .c . -17t a I e -.
IInt Housamta 997t 3Realtor DENTAL ASST F/T Warehouse/inventory *EDo ISTMENT UP?..-.i '.6L35iiL-01' SOLID OAK
IntracoastalWestIBeaches. EDA req'd.SDo you wbant to earn 9$t K to $2K a week COUCH&ly
1322 Companio n Unfur ished S ,l r O FaxCresume to 249-7980 b Work at Home to: I ,-d,: , it, ,:r,-Ll� I ENTERTAINMENT
1/3226 Companio C195 S R0 I2 1f W/ F or call 241-4237 Positions Wanted id training .- ..:.: . - r CENTER. HOLDS
Call DonBrn Realty 2yrs old, sprinkler sys, on UL il o.
225-5510 or 571-7177 preserve, club, fitness, Otltgoing and great attitude needed -.,,,,-,,., GLASS CABINET
Madr 2/2 pool. $155mo. 434+-811 ST. MARY'S 2/2 dui tl a pl ex, ISrie / - . . ,O-,r .-:-91726BIN
lMandarin 2/2 lake front cerami tilel a app Q de *n oPart time or Full time Sales b aLnr-,'., ., _ DOOR. 51" WIDE,
patio home 1 car gar, JULINGTON CREEK conn, lcg, $900m. Panm EM e f uue - g stuf 8
6ice, avail 5/1 $1050mo. 151 Southern Bay. [dt (904) hape No STORAGE CABINET
+$S500dep. Chris 226- 3466 $1075mo. 904- 333- 1379 D CARETAKER -Live in-- OFFICE MANAGER for (8-i) I-81r 9i ne S T..IrEC dI
omy home. Care for 86yr fast paced, growing DARK WOOD
mia II Baker osld mother. Free irn & office. ExC. communica- . (90 . .-:-.-,0 C A...e
MOVING I ! Clay board w/ salary tion,cleriecal, computer ROLL TOP Sf . ..
Contact: Doris Alantic Bch/A1A N. near Duval - Real Estate or Title exp. BARBERS & BEAUTICIANS 0DESK ' . : - ..
Cn t o IE em. Lg I clean B fI __urn.a,,-t..Sta,-mtr & rg tiong slr skill
Jokes @ Bear Fleming Island, 3 BR $400m+$250dp. 866-3200 6 Nassau a must. Starting salary ," W r P'. r,- ,..r---- ,,---,,.," , EXC. COND.
Realty Inc. BUS #: Condo For Rent. Liv- Mandarin rm&pvt bth for * Putnam w/America's 01 Hame ...... -. . " ...... "..... in.... " . . $500 573-9344 OR
S(904)234-5753.mily M, prof femr . $450 m. inc St. Johns 9Buyer. Fsx resume to hv ,r I, .., ..,:.. .5, . 6S99
(94il)23-573 /Dnin PMhG Loft with 2 utils+. Call 954- 665-5207 - .GeorgiaL____Garag No, w .cl
doris@yahoo.com Garage, Clubhouse, ect. MANDARIN Cmmissio rle of Barb ers are 55%& enautiin are s% Din Room Te FLEMING ISLAND -
"We Care About Masterbed: $475, Bedroom: Share corporate townhmDnR a w/Fwarehouse duties. *Exchanne shopping prieileges -0s0000 avnrageof 15,8% on While Pinninth Community Garage SaleANs
our Customers" 400 each. Deposit 100 e 2/2 Female d, fp, en Entry level, $8hr. retail purchases when compared to commercial retail stres. Ceramic Tile in Lay & W edgefield subdivision
T tTCall 94-03427 yd, flex lease, 7 Apply in per son at Outslanding Retirement Plan - minimal cost to the associ Mtc hing Chairs. Like - off Swimming Pen Rd.
Tour to Tour F L E M I N G I S LAN D NAS 904-859-9863 The Parts House 10321 MARINE & INDUSTRIAL ate with excellent payback upon retirement. New. $225 a 0B 268-8656 - Across w ridge from
2r/2bay, w/garae, VENETIA 3BR/1Aune Parkway, Bdo CONTRACTORS Vacation Leave - earn up to 2 weeks a Year. DINING ROOM SET Whitey's Fish Camp
Sy, w a400. Drug F ree kpl C .. Sick L.eave-earn. Pto2weeksayear. 9. PIECE. Broyhl Fon- Sat. 4/14e-as-2pm
NORTHSIDE Rent to own WD hkup, $ 10 +0mo a garage SW M mill share, ORANGE PARK ' N. - - Paid Ho idays ti1 t . * h
New 4/2, 2ar ga. sec dep Call 904-214-5291 $550mo. 904-388-4146 Brand New office condo. * 401K Plan- Company will ls match upto 3% of yor . 6 i, serv I ntracostl West Timg
Bad credit ok, $1300m. Orange Park near NAS WESTSIDEOIncludes 5 private' [rtaca'-scontributionim hatch, cnincabinet, her Ridge C rom sate.
954-937-4596 ated narNAS, wanted eren3 offices. Partially furn., *'Short Term Disability Insurance $500. Exc. Cond. 287-4S65. Sat 8-2 on Beach Blvd
2/2, geted cam, W/D, chl, wanted to sh7re 3br 1200SF, Avail uimedi- *aLang Term Disability Insurance n 42" Flat Screen TV between Kernan & St.0
PAXON4/1 0795CH&A pool, applm Petswmel- house2w/fem. Many ben- aely $10ma includes SHIPFITTER 'Basic Life Insurancee "brand new black $1,00. Johns Bluff an Sans
&D Ho, Coranir Lot, Fence, comet $800+sec 230-7867 fits, 317-6403/005-97t7 CAM 904-307-9699 Mike STRUCTURAL FOREMAN .' Dependent Life Insurance brandChewr Oak Table F1Parell St.B o
VANSANDT RE 389-35408 ORANGE PAR K2 ESTSIOR 9 wiles - PLUMBERS, FOREMEN, A Virginia ship repair 'Optimal Life Insurance 4 Chor s,$2ak 92a
lbr/lba excellent condi- " from NAS Jax, share DaCnHELPERS company seeking quail- * Post Retirement Medical/Life Benefits chairs,e 250.2925A MD
SIoLocalmot-family projects, led Shiplitter Foreman So if you hove customer service skills and want too a Elothes and households
Hampton U br/2ba, wood Poo, fitness center, non-smoker, M500 a benefits, to take over daily opera- Great Team, please fax your resume to 777-7183 or call FUTON. Sat 4114, 7am-1am
firs, club house, pool ceramic tile throughout, month includes utitites call 1-(877) 351-62260or tions of shipfitter 777-7180 for more information. You can mail to Navy Cherry w/ Blue 3545 Oldfield Lake Ct.
$1700 + dep. 904-859-3841 $85omo. Call 904-307-9699 704-1078 rRwww.iacroson.com department, Must be Exchange, Human Resources, P.O. Box 104/ Bldg 445, NAS Cover. DBuble Size. Mandortn Sat. 4/l4t 8a-lp
DFWP/EOE able to interface with Jacksonville, FL 32212-0104. Excellent Coad. COMMUNITY SALE,,
orn or Unf 12S visors from snartRiverchase on Stern-
Telephones and Workslations APPLICATIONS o finish on all lob moo
R O O M S warehouse Avail. 288-8500 to the Jacksonville assignments. Must have - , N ' NORTHSIDE -Large
Plumbers & Pipefitters excellent communica- Community Garage Sale -.
SOUTHSIDE -For Sale or Joint Apprenticeship tion and multi-tasking in Victoria Lakes located
III I Lease far office space Training Program are skills. Journeyman level it off 9A, Alta Drive exit.
'Esuitable fo medical aow available for the or Engineering degree a II on Yellow Bluff Rd. Clo-I.,
practice, took at it at 2007-2008 school term. plus. Send resume with hintg, yard items, wash-,
nfuR n tS ta r oo m s Barlram Park Office, Cut off date will be April salary requirem.entsto: ers/Tdrye rs 72.c.6Sat70.
divided into 4 indepen- 9am-11:45 am & 1:30 Pmi JfauIkneretecnicocorp.com SOUTHSIDE -726 Barba-'
To Rent Starting iot dent units of approx 4:45 pmo, Mon.-Fri at 489 Excellent benefits and dos Rd. Sat B-2, lots of,v
1166sf, Bldg is a shell, Stevens St. Ph. 781.2112' pay. good stnff a
iO$ 9 P interior build out to be for info. Ti=CNICOSLUoHi gDf o-Exet desktu,
$90P erJ Weetxcompleted by tenant. 831 Industrial Ave SOUTHSIDE, Exec ldesk,.
Landlord will provide TANK CLEANERS Chesapeake, VA 23324 ontnseurn,old stuff..
A U tdbuil'd-out allowance, for Must be U.S. Citizen able ROE M/V/F 5147 Thorden Rd. Sat
more info please con- to pass drug & back- SO. Augustine Southe
C A L L O Wact Sunil Sarkar ground dcheck& physi- w ithWHampdpaytoneCmouty.
904-808-9902 cal for 4 month ProtectYad l.f Hampt C1n Community,
train. $8- $10/hr based on d/ YardISale. Arl1t a21
exp. Ph. 904-424-9338 - rgsi-o d p yWESTSIDE Westland u
TRACTOR OPERATOR ALL POSITIONS ing & Duclay. Entire,
Wanted experience with for Eurest Foodservice at Must be self motivated community. Come and m
POSI-trak, good drivers Citibank. M-F Please Ca l A90 4 f26 0 792 see far some great buys.,..
license required. contact Ted Dukes or ICall 0Sat 8am-lpm. .
" , Call 924-0006 Debbie Newman at
954-2233 or 954-2974 BARGAIN HUNTERS
7em-3pm or apply in person at 11409 San Jose Blvd. GALORE
ClaySeviDwww.Ju py-t gs.comThe Market Place!
�Duval PARADISE ISLAND C036583 7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
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[iles n ed-5 Lown Mower with .12-0433 wker, 20. 0Cl 92673-7053 GOLDEN RETRIEVER X-Cond. $13,900284 5587 Never seen raine. 960 99-0012
nB 1.Siz6 750 BaggerS25. Call 771-0219 5 Walker, S20.00; Excellent Call 912-673-7053 PUPS - AKC $700 each. Miles, $B500 242-8345 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Moving 9 FT Christ condition. 2646652 POOL TABLE 1 year F $500. 904-806-4466 20 ' Cuddy Stin Ry
rhTrdw re 100 1 .ee.o yearn. PPaid $500. Sell or GOLDEN RETRIEVER 220HP, Low HRS Like New Only 0 Miles05 Leather CD,
P00 C150.00. $250 O loimee PUPS, AKC S-5F/5M, New. Stove, Sink, Loaded Compere sunroof. $22,890
OBO. 912709-7535 000a1PottylC/AM/MConco Vir12,000 ot, sunroof. $M2,l90
.a_ 27-7_ Two Reindeer, New 75.00. 778-8310. re dy 5/26/07. $450ea., CD/AM/FM Cancas Virago 12,000 Mio
SBobe oWhe ler 6 Bodysolid Multi Sta- OBO Call 904.491-7996 king Fel ule s for picks. Trailer S15,000. 278-9780 Warranty Illess forces sle 998-0012
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o oNew.Home Gh 1700.00 AFord Truck A/FM nf orcer Drum RSeto r C DAN AKC970 Excellent condition with Harley Davidson ACURA TL '06
Ntch e.30 0 l oBrle S 1900 0 2.Like New. $225.00 or Bike, Rock Sho front HC 8000$1200. 904-259-1706 sunroof.r$32,990
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Silrmshotm l.com bike 10.0, Rockfrd Boom $700.00 Coll John:307-541 Havanese Puppies AKC wheels, seat, extra998-0012
Bike Girls-NGood Condl. Box S_500. 7816222 M/F hith cert, $1000. Call 42' Regal Commodore chrome, garaged kept. 9 -002
tion $25.00. Bike Boys Boys 12" Bike w/ train- Need one each mili - Women's Trek 2100 407-973-8016 352-750-2130 Suncoast RVSpecializes in all 360 '86, S36.5k 912-634-2476 Great Condition, 56.200 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Good Condition. S50.00 in whees d tor oon Carbon Race Bike l5689653
Sheets, left hand t . atches The economic i helmet, four Jack Russells r chipped ypesOftowables- Col 689653 BW 325 2001
t ontddler GolClubs, from VA-17, VA-15, jerseysS ,32-595-4072 HFULLY LOADED!
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30mies, 500.00 Carldof th Ilion3 wwwv.but5elfmnd XNFM Sat. Radio.
School ouselyr box, Trike All CSent 343-3173 99-715 or Leae osso impa tofthe es, 0Cub r. IN 0 91 4K mi, custom paint
d.oold. xceelmensagt CaJnoh. iJonFn0F-511TOWeB 0aljobasking$0000obo.Titanium/Black
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VacuumCleaner, with T ent Weight NortheastFlorida Middleburg Over 250 to Choose from! 99 Wldwood5 TT H.D. Heritage '93, many miles. 448-3883.
M' tools 12 Amp$ 45.00, $120.00 90.4-215-52060P "A5Ws99Wild 6 H.D. Heritage '93, many
Antique Milk Con Hand and Southeast PEEAPO UPS, SW. All5thWheels, Tv l ad rear bed, seeps 6 fully extras, 10K cash only BMW 325i '05 Coupe
Pointed S35.00, Luggage 2 RIMS 16X8 Yolcohama w/plpers. CKC reg. loaded & self contained, 904-777-3249 {f 2 miles.,890
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ho equip. 2 eng lathes, Electric Wheel Chair, receipts 40000 MusADBA-Shos, dewormed THE COMPETITION AIRSTREAM & TRAIL NOT RUNNING LEXUS OF J-NVILLE
erca mill,22table ri Mblt h Sel 904 306 15 billion. 300 500. 904-635-3319 SUNCOAST RV MANOR TRAVELTRLRS NEEDS POINTS. BMW 325i '04
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feed shear60 ChargerLikeNew. SINGLE0GARAGE AdvertiseinoePuppies.Rareapplyt$DETAILS. $400.00 998-0012
wide x3/16 thick steet, OBO729-7171 or 322-7339 DOOR 9' X 7T & �,Adopt a Pet own a special breed. I.e#1BllAa a3. Sanders R.V. Sales DETAILS. $400.00 998-0012
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wide x3 16 tr c! steel, POP, 91C28717457CALL 260-6761
Machines millright EXTREME WIND r all Of the *Pets & Supplies POP. 912-871-7457: 1-800-541-6439 CALL 260-6761
welder plumbing tools, 2 O fElitic Stepper Exer- LOAD STRUTS. mlitanr * Livestock & Supplies SHIH-TZU PUP, tri-color, * --OR 316-4229 "7\ BMW 325i '05
top chests and 4 bottom ese Machine, New. N 7mo. old, AKC/CKC. $700 Coacman 5th Whee Sedan. Ex Low Mi,
chests with tools, band- F Paid S300. - NEW IN BOX - $350 * Animals Wanted extremely cute. 37916 Good Con- E
saw, hydraulic down- Sell for S100 OBO CALL 445-8100 OR publications extreme e. dit on. New Ref heot.o 998-12
feed, power reciprocal Call Mark 912-674-5633 260-6761 distributed at - ' SIBERIAN HUSKY AKC, Kth2800 0 LEXUS OF998-0012
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BMW 735 1985
SLeathler, sunroof, fully
loaded, tinted windows,
great condition, runs
great, new transmission,
new radiator. Call 241-5394
BUICK LESABRE
'04. Leather, CD,
fully equip $12,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE




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4 CHEVOLET CAMARO
V8- 1998 Automatic
transmission with new
paint iob(condy green
with flames) Only 88,000
miles. New torque thrust
wheels. New Air Condition
System plus many other
extras. Must See! Will sell
for $9,000. Pictures can be
seen at our web site
www.fiaoutobody.comn
Phone: 904-264-7173
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$17,995
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I CHEVY CAMARO
Z28 '01. Red/tan
Ithr, T-tops. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

CHEVY MALIBU '07
Low miles, like now.
$299/mo. WAC. 899 5853

SCHRYLSER PT
CRUISER Limited
9 '05. $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE



Thank you!

Besides protecting our
county, military
personnel stationed in
our communities
donated 505,907
hours of volunteer
service in Northeast
orinda and Southeast
Georgia last year.
Their time was gven
to community
organizations, church
groups, youth
activities, scouting
and more.


S(E) CHRYSLER
SEBRING Conv.
Ltd '04. $15,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SCHRYSLER 300 '05
Touring. 2 to
choose. $20,990
998-0012
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� CHRYSLER SRT8
MAGNUM '06
Leather, sunroof,
CD, beautiful. $33,680
998-0012
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, CHRYSLER 300
97CoSIGNATURE
SERIES '05. Lthr,
CD, Nay. $22,990
998-0012
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� CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER CONV
LTD '05. Only 2000
miles. $16,990
998-0012
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4 CHRYSLER SEBRING
Exllent1997. Converible. Very
Clean. Leather.
AM/FM Cassette. Runs
Great! Must See! 3391-885.
4 DODGE NEON '99
S Runs great, cold A/C
ti , automatic, 4 door
coupe, new tires. Ask-
ing $2400. Call 912-882-6444
DODGE STRATUS SXT
'04, pearl, loaded, $10,500,
38kml. 904-386-9926
FORD ASPIRE 1995,
runs great, 38 MPG,
, Cold Air. New Tires, 5
Speed, Asking $1990.00
Coiall 912-882-6444
FORD MUSTANG
CONVERTIBLE, 2002
V Excellent condition,
76K, leather, new
tires/brakes, $0,999 OBO,
Must Sell, 904-521-7424
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FORD RANGER 1996
5spd, with lift kit, new
Stores, runs excellent
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FORD TAURUS
SEL '06. Leather,
CD, sunroof $13,840
998-0012
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y HONDA ACCORD
EX COUPE '04
Spoiler, SR. $16,480
998-0012
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Honda Accord 1999
78K Excellent Condi-
t tion. $7,900 OBO
759-3846





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'04 AUDI A8L
Quattro. Silver
$29,000
'04 JAGUAR XJ8
Low miles, fact warr
$31,900
'06 BMW 325i
Silver, factory
warranty
$29,900
'05 BMW 325Ci
Convert. A/T, white
$29,900
'04 INFINITI
FX35
$29,900
'05 JEEP
WRANGER X
Only 18K miles, white
$18,900
'06 MINI
COOPER
Loaded, only 10,000 mi
$24,900
'05 TOYOTA
CAMRY
Cabrio. Factory warr.
$24,900
'03 NISSAN 350Z
Touring Silver.
low miles
$21,900
'01 NISSAN
FRONTIER SE
$15,900
'04 BMW 325Xi
Nov. Slick. SR.
$24,900
'05 ACURA TL
While, lact warr.
$27,900
'04 CHRYSLER
SEBRING
Converl. Only 20K
$12,900
'04 JEEP
LIBERTY
Low Miles, 4x4 Lim
$19,900
'05 MINI
COOPER
Converlible. Red
$23,900
'06 SCION XB
Black
$13,900
'06 INFINITI
G35
Black, SR, auto
$26,900
'07 TOYOTA FJ
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HONDA CIVIC '05
34,000 mi. $14,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Jaguar 94 Vanden Plos,
154K, New Point, New
1 Tiros, Runs great.
~" $4,000 904-294-B16
� JAGUAR S-TYPE
"R" '03. CD, navi-
gation, sunrf, 20"
chrome whls$30,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y JAGUAR XJR '04
Nov., CD, sunroof.
Beautiful. $37,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LINCOLN TOWNCAR '02
Exec Series, 42,037 mi,
sunroof, CD changer,
blue/gray Ithr, new tires,
located at CR-210 & 95,
$13500. Cel (901)508-3B870
q MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03 Lthr
CD, fully equipped.
$12,99 8-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MITSUBISHI GALANT
'07. Blackberry, low
miles, chrome wheels.
$325/mo WAC. 899-5853
NISSAN ALTIMA '06
Low miles, auto. $325/mo
WAC. Call 899-5853
Y NISSAN ALTIMA
2.5 '06. Fully
equipped. $16,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN MAXIMA
1 '04. 3.5SL, leather,
sunroof, CD. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
. NISSAN Pathfinder
S1999, 4WD, Leather,
lBose, Audio, Sunroof,
Tow Pkg, Roof Rack,
Running Boards, PW/PL,

Font Grand AM SE V6
2005, AT, PS, PW,
Cruise, Gold, 42K, 4 Dr.
Sedan. $12,000
904-757-7037
SSATURN L300 '03
SSunroof, CD, gas
saver. t9490
998 0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f SCION IC '06. Fully
S equip, Ithr. i16,480
998.0012
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SSCION xB '0. Only
,IS,000 miles .16.990
998-0012
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TOYOTA AVALON '02
LOCaOt i.)... -lIl
5295'm, > e'? -el

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i..,A D E D - .:-3.23 2K
mi., a. ." - "'j . j JJa
7 TOYOTA
P COROLLA '05. Only
30K miles. i12.980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� TOYOTA CAMRY
Z HYBRID '01 26,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
STOYOTA MA.RIX 2005



SVW BEETLE '04
Z.Conve-rl GLS Turbo
Cd changer $20,480
998.0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
- VW BEETLE '05
SGray, AT, like new,
only 14K mi. -20,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


Trucks,Vans, SUVs '00-05
* ALL
Military
and
Civilian
$0 DOWN
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
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7 ACURA MDX '05
Fully equip, only
21,000 miles. $29,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(y CADILLAC
ESCALADE '04.
Fully equip $28,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Chevrolet Silverado
4X4 Z71 1500 2000;
90,000 miles, excellent
condition; all leather;
below Kelley Blue Book Ask-
ing, $10,200 505-7455

CHEVY AVALANCHE '05
Like new. $399/mo. WAC
Call 899-5853

4 Chevy Silverado Truck
1996, Good Condition.
$3200. 904-491-0292
(Yulee)

CHEVY TAHOE LT
'04. White/tan.
$22,640 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

CHEVY TAHOE 02'
64K Leather, power
,J>everything, lifted, 33's,
Entertain system,
Infinity speakers kicker
subs, $22,500 OBO 272-3482

0 CHEVY TAHOE LT
(9 '07. Champ/tan Ithr,
beautiful $34,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

DODGE DURANGO '04
4x4, 3rd row seating, low
ml.$399mo WAC 899-5853

DODGE RAM 1500
HEMI Crew Cab
'05. $19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

DODGE RAM 2005, .
4 1500 Off Road Package,
many extras, 20 K
Miles, T.O.P.
Call Keith 912-673-6703

FORD EXCURSION '03
Diesel, loaded,
$25,000 OBO 262-2384

FORD F150 XL '05, Super
cab, V8, auto, PS, PB,
CC, 22kmi, never been
used as a work truck.

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F FORD FISO0
LARIAT '05. DVD
only 22,000 miles
023,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

FORD F Io0 -CAB
..uuj tA4,' 6 black
Loaded, Alarm, Sun-
roof, In-Dash DVD,
Toolbox, Tint, Runboards.
$19,500 OBO 904-463-7605
FORD RANGER XLT
Supercab '94 , Clean,
, 110kmi. One owner,
$4500 Neg. Matching
shell. Call 912-322-8690 or
912-882-1075


Ford Ranger XLT 1994
Supercob. Clean. 110K
$4500 Neg. Matching
Shell. Caoil 912-322-8690 or
912-882.1075
HONDA CIVIC '06. 4dr,
auto, like new. $325/mo.
WAC. Call 899-5853
y JEEP WRANGLER
'06 Sport Ed, auto,
CD, Black beauty.
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Il LAND ROVER
RANGE ROVER
'05. Like new, fully
equipped. $52,990
998-0012
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NISSAN FRONTIER
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PATHFINDER 06
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28,500k mi, crew-
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( R TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER '07
Fully equipped,
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998-0012
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CHEVY ASTTO LS '03
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