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Publication Date: May 3, 2007
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New Leader
VP-16 To Holds Change Of Command
Page 3


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Supporting IAs
FFSC Helps Out The Troops
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THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2007


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NAS Jax honors




first-quarter SOQs

By MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck -
Staff Writer 'i-..3 . . - .


N AS Jacksonville recognized
the most recent Sailors of the
Quarter (SOQ) at a luncheon
at the NAS Jax Officers' Club April
25. CMDCM(AW/SW) Gary Dryer,
command master chief (CMC) of VP-
30, served as guest speaker during
the luncheon. He opened with a bit
of comedy.
"Good afternoon and welcome to the
luncheon. I was honored and some-
what surprised when I was asked
to be the guest speaker for the SOQ
luncheon by CMDCM(SW) Chris
Green, NAS Jax CMC, as he knows
my vocabulary is limited and at times
colorful."
Dryer went on to a more serious
note, describing the theme of his
speech. "At events like these, it cus-
tomary to speak of leadership and
what it means to be a SOQ, but I
have something else in mind. Three
weeks ago, as I was sitting in my
command's senior enlisted board, one
of our more senior first class petty
officers made the statement, 'I just
don't know about Sailors coming in
the Navy today.' For some reason that
statement stuck with me."
Dryer then described his experi-
ence with some of the Navy's newest
Sailors.
"Last week I had the pleasure of
visiting boot camp, as VP-30 is
actively sponsoring recruit divi-
sions. We commissioned Division
186 aboard the barracks of USS
Arizona. It's great to go to the com-


Giant


Voice


coming


soon
By MC2(SW/AW)
Rebecca Kruck
Staff Writer


n the coming weeks
people around NAS
Jacksonville may
believe they are hearing a
voice from the sky, but in
reality it will be the test-
ing of the new Giant Voice
Communication System.
"Giant Voice was devel-
oped to allow installation
commanders the ability
to communicate with per-
sonnel aboard the base at
a moment's notice to pro-
vide immediate instruction
regarding a hazard or inci-
dent that has just occurred
which may threaten lives
and/or infrastructure of the
installation," said DCC(SW/
AW) Darryl Melton, disas-
ter preparedness coordi-


Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
MA3 Esther Goodman, Junior Sailor of the Quarter for the Naval Legal Service
Office, shakes hands with Vice President NAS Jax Branch, VyStar Credit Union Bob
Harrington after receiving her award envelope during the Sailor of the Quarter lun-
cheon at the NAS Jax Officers' Club April 25.


missioning of a division as you get
to see young recruits as raw and
green as they'll ever be," said Dryer.
"At the end of the commissioning
day. we got to sit down for a ques-
tion and answer session with the
recruits about the fleet and any con-
cerns they may have. There was one
common concern for many of them,-
which was when they were going to
Iraq. They joined the Navy know-
ing that going to Iraq and being put


in harms way was a possibility."
He continued with further examples
of the Navy's younger Sailors. "I had
a third class petty officer checking
into my command recently. She had
both her enlisted aviation warfare
and enlisted surface warfare special-
ist pins and she was and still is con-
tinuing her off-duty education. She
also set up a drive at the beginning

See SOQ, Page 14


Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
NAS Jax Firefighter Mike Gardner operates a forklift as Firefighter James Fletcher guides him
to a pallet containing control boxes for a new speaker system that will be set up on base next
week.
nator at ,the Emergency currently considered to be Melton said installation
Operations Center (EOC). mission critical areas that is scheduled through May
According to Melton, may require immediate 11 with testing occurring
the system, once installed, notification in order to sus- May 10-11. Further testing
can be operated from the tain and support our mis- will take place during an
Quarterdeck or the EOC. sion," he continued, extended tabletop chemi-
Who will operate it will Melton said the new sys- cal, biological, radiological,
depend upon the circum- tem will be a vast improve- nuclear and explosive exer-
s'tance. For example, it ment over what is currently cise on May 22. Testing
,could be the commanding in place. "We are going from will take three to four hours
/ or executive officer, fire the current four speakers to complete.
department, emergency to 10 and from a transistor "Additionally, we will
management, security, radio to a full blown ste- test the newly upgrad-
medical personnel or watch- reo system. It will greatly ed Telephone Alerting
standers. expand communication System which is being
"The speakers will be capabilities and allow for installed through tomorrow
strategically located around immediate mass notification at Buildings 1 and 110,"
the base to cover what are of time critical information." Melton said.


Photo by MC1ri(5\''AlA) Heather E%%ton
NAS Jacksonville Operations Officer Cmdr. Ted Carter
(front) and NAS Jacksonville Hurricane Evacuation Officer
LI. Cmdr. Bob Strange brief aviation community leaders
on procedures for destructive weather and what actions
that will be taken to protect aircraft and the airfield.


HURREX now


under way at


NAS Jacksonville
By MCI(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Assistant Edilor
NAS Jacksonville's leaders and first respond-
ers are participating in the Atlantic Fleet
Hurricane Tracking and Warning Exercise 07
(HURREX 07) which began April 23 and will contin-
ue through tomorrow in preparation for the upcoming
hurricane season.
The exercise is being conducted by U.S. Fleet Forces
Command to provide afloat and shore-based Atlantic
Fleet commands and other Department of Defense activ-
ities with the opportunity to test their disaster prepared-
ness capabilities. One of the top-line messages of the
exercise noted that training conducted during HURREX
07 will ensure that the Navy is prepared to respond to
weather threats to U.S. coastal regions and maintain the
ability to deploy force readiness and warfighting capa-
bilities even under the most adverse weather conditions.
"NAS Jacksonville's force contributions are mostly
air assets. The air community will look to get their air-
craft safely relocated by acting on agreements already
in place with other military instillations. The aircraft
will be resituated and still deployable," remarked NAS
Jacksonville Disaster Preparedness Officer DCC(SW/
AW) DarryJ Melton.
Exercise participants are being tested by three arti-
ficially constructed tropical systems that have devel-
oped and intensified to hurricane strength during the
last two weeks, threatening the Caribbean Islands,
U.S. East Coast and Gulf Coast regions. One of the
simulated storms is threatening Northeast Florida
and NAS Jacksonville, prompting the command to
stand up its emergency operations center (EOC) and
implement its disaster preparedness plan.
See HURREX, Page 15


Northeast Florida
Recreational Safety Rodeo
schedule of events
10 a.m. - Kick-off ceremony
10:10 a.m. - Opening remarks by NAS Jacksonville Executive
Officer
10:20 a.m. - U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Presentation
11:10 a.m. - Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Motorcycle Drill Team
11:45 a.m. - Fire Department Car Rescue Demonstration
Noon - Bike Braking Demonstration/Car Crash Demonstration
1 p.m. - Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Motorcycle Drill Team
12:45 p.m. - Fire Department Car Rescue Demonstration
1 p.m. - Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Motorcycle Drill Team
1:45 p.m. -Announcement of Prize Winners/Closing Comments
2 p.m. - Event Ends


Ongoing events
Rider's skills challenge
Pre-ride check booth
Door prizes
Fatal vision drive
challenge
Bike show
Blood pressure checks
Motorcycle inspections
Roll over truck


TOUCHING Register to vote at the commissary too! Have you moved? Have you gotten married and changed your name?
UDo you want to change your party affiliation? Come to the commissary and
BS The Clay County Elections Office is holding a voter registration drive at the get all these items taken care of.
commissary tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you need to register to vote The presidential preference primary could be scheduled for the last
Sfor the presidential preference primary election scheduled for early 2008, Tuesday in January. You must be registered to vote at least 29 days prior to
now is the time. If you need to update your voter registration you can do that the election.







2( JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 3, 2007


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File photo
This HUP-1 was the first rescue helicopter assigned to NAS Jacksonville in 1952.



ON THE HOMEFRONT


People find me in the most unusual ways


By Sarah Smiley.
Special Contributor


Unless you have ever managed
your own Web site, you might
not realize that most hosting
programs allow site owners to access
certain facts about their Web address.
For example, with a username and
password, I can find out how many
people visit SarahSmiley.com, how
long they stay there and which pages
receive the most clicks.
I can also see what search terms
visitors used prior to arriving at my
site. Usually the bulk of these are
what you might expect for a site like
mine--"Sarah Smiley," "military col-
umnist," "military support," etc.--but
with thousands of monthly visitors to
SarahSmiley.com, there are quite a
few odd, even inexplicable, searches
on that list as well.
My new favorite pastime has
become pulling up my site's stats and
reading the search terms aloud to my
husband, Dustin. We both guess at
what the visitors were really looking
f e at SarahSmiley.com. We also blow
bier out our noses when we see what
some people are really doing online.
:yo show you what I mean, here is a
lij of search terms that brought surf-
e-s to my Web site in the past month,
arong with my response (just in case
tie answer wasn't found online):
'What does a spouse need for deploy-
ment?"
Chocolate, wine, chick flicks....oh,
you meant the other spouse. The mili-
tary will tell him what he needs.
"Sarah Smiley Catholic?"
No. Methodist.


"What should a wife wear to a mili-
tary husband's promotion?"
Whatever makes her feel thinner,
taller, and more fabulous than any
ex-wives, old flames or difficult rela-
tive who might also be present.
"Cross dowel nut"
I love that my site is somehow asso-
ciated with this relatively obscure
little piece of hardware. I spent a full
month of my life searching for a cross
dowel nut because The Home Depot,
our local every-home-improvement-
tool-appliance-and-gadget-you-will-
ever-need store, didn't carry them.
"We're really not a 'hardware store,'
per se," the employee told me.
"Is a spouse a military dependent?"
Yes.
"Military family going away party
etiquette?"
It is acceptable and even encour-
aged for you to take all the frozen
food, flammable liquids, and other
hazardous materials the movers won't
pack or transport for your military-
family friends.
"How to move a pregnant military
wife?"
You do this the same way you would
any other pregnant wife. Put a bowl
of (insert your wife's craving here-
Tootsie Rolls, ice cream, pickles, what-
ever) across the room and tell her she
can have them if she gets up.
"How to get through a military
deployment while pregnant?"
My grandmother, Doris once told
me, "you need them to lay the keel,
but not to launch the ship." In other
words: that baby is coming with or
without daddy. And if it's any conso-
lation, husbands can be a real pain


when you're pregnant anyway.
"Rubi berrocal fotos calendario
vedette"
Sorry, me only speaka Inglesh.
"Dustin Smiley"
Clearly these searchers read The
New York Times piece about me in
which the reporter, Alex Witchel,
described my husband as "exceeding-
ly handsome." I will try to find the
picture of him riding an inflatable
bull last Halloween and post it online.
That ought to quell your curiosity.
"Homemade cookies in a military
care package?"
How many times do I have to go
over this? Those better be some well-
preserved cookies to withstand the
military postal system. Unless you
want your spouse to find a gooey,
melted mess in their care package
(which likely will arrive two months
too late, by the way) send store-
bought cookies.
"How to get jet fuel smell out of
clothes?"
Sorry, you can't. But eventually the
smell will grow on you.
"What wives should ask during PCS
move?"
Where are we going? When do we
have to be there? Wake me when
we're done, would ya?
"Is my wife's Social Security number
necessary to get family benefits?"
You are nothing to the military
without a social security number.
"My wife and her friends in their
girdles?"
For once, I am without words.

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


Hey, MoneyMan!
I just got a big tax refund
and now my wife and I
are arguing over what we
should do with the money.
She thinks we should save
it, but I would like to get
rid of some of our bills.
Someone told her that if
we put it all into savings we
would make a lot of money,
but I think we should pay
off our credit card debt.
Any ideas?
MonevMan Sez:
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-refund is to pay off that
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I recommend that you
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they are all gone.
Pay them off first, then
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Once you have paid off
your credit cards, take the
money you would be paying
the credit card company and
start saving! Roth IRA's
and the Thrift Savings Plan
are great places to begin!
Call Hey MoneyMan -at
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Tell the USO your story
From the USO

n conjunction with Military Appreciation Month, USO
World Headquarters has launched a new promotion
called Your USO Story. We are asking the public to
send us their USO stories, photos and videos to usostory@
uso.org. The submissions will be added to a new page on
the USO Web site.
Please help us spread the word about this new promo-
tion by informing service members, volunteers and family
members who visit your USO center. When people post
their stories, they will be informed that they are giving
the USO permission to use whatever they send us.

Cyclists wanted for base team
T eam Navy Jax is looking for cyclists to ride in chari-
table rides that benefit the local community. If you
love cycling and would like to ride with other mili-
tary personnel and Department of Defense employees, call
Miriam Gallet at 542-5588. Our next ride is the two-day,
124-mile Jax-Fernandina-Jax Tour de Cure May 19-20.

Correction...
The article on Earth Day at The Jacksonville Landing
in the April 26 in the Jax Air News stated that GEM
is General Electric Motor Car. The vehicle is actu-
ally a Global Electric Motorcar.


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HEY MONEYMAN!


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.


Consumer alert: Beware of CLEP study material salesmen

From the Navy College Office in by this company sign an agreement to pay monthly
payments of $68 with an 18 percent interest rate
Door-to-door salesmen from a company called unless they pay the entire $2,137.80 within 30 days.
Metropolitan Educational Enterprises, Inc. are Navy College will help military and family members
in the area again selling CLEP study material obtain study material at no cost. Please do not sign
for $2,137.80. The unfortunate people who are lured any contracts with this company.


MEET R SgILOR . . .
CS3 ARRIN FISHER

Job title/command:
NAS Jax SuppI

Hometown: Charleston, S.C.


Family Life: Married with


three children.


Past Duty Stations: VP-45

Career Plans: I'm currently attending Florida
Community College at Jackson% ille. pursuing a
registered nurse/culinary degree.

Most Interesting Experience: Living in
Japan for six months.

Words of Wisdom: One man. one %world.


AAF&T 9 8VIO RN.. .
JEFFREY JONES

Job title/command:
Saferi Specialist NAS Jax
Safety\ Department


Hometown: Mattoon. Ill.

Family Life: I'm a single parent.

Past Duty Stations: NAS Jackson% ille

Career Plans: To continue %\orkina here as a
safety\ specialist.

Most Interesting Experience: Definitely
my time in the Na\\ as a NaN\ aircre%\man.

Words of Wisdom: Live life to the fullest.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer............Capt. Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer.........................Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief...............................CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer......................................................... Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer..................................... Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor........................................................................ Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor..................................... MC1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Staff Writer .....................................MC1 (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer .............................................MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Design/Layout .............................................................. George Atchley
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tary Services. Contents of the iJX AIR NEWS do not necessarily reflect the
official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department
of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appearance of advertis-
ing in this publication, including inserts or supplements, does not consti-
tute endorsement by the Department of Defense, or The Florida Times-
Union, of the products and services advertised. Everything advertised in
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without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital
status, physical handicap, political affiliation or any other non-merit fac-
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equal opportunity policy by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher
shall refuse to print advertising from that source until the violation is
corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The JxA Im NEas can be reached at
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write the uNAllNms, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
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agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices are
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Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regarding
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 3, 2007 3


Pekari to relieve Hitt as


VP-16 commanding officer


By Lt. j.g. Tom Doran
VP-16 PAO
Cmdr. Greg Pekari
will relieve Cmdr.
James Hitt as com-
manding officer of the VP-
16 "War Eagles" during a
traditional change of com-
mand ceremony tomorrow
in Hangar 116.
Pekari graduated from
the United States Naval
Academy in 1989 with a
bachelor of science degree
in oceanography. After
earning his naval flight
officer (NFO) wings in
Pensacola, Fla. in January
1991, Pekari was assigned
to VS-27 for training and
qualification in the S-3B
Viking.
After completing fleet
replacement squadron
training, Pekari reported
to VS-31 in June 1992.
During his tour with the
"Topcats," the squadron
deployed on board USS
George Washington (CVN
73) on her maiden voyage
in May 1994.
While attached to VS-
31, Pekari served as legal
officer and NFO Naval Air
Training and Operating
Procedures (NATOPS) offi-
cer.
In August 1995, Pekari
reported to Commander,
Sea Control Wing Atlantic
(CSCWL) where he served
as CSCWL's NFO NATOPS
evaluator, S-3B weapons
and tactics officer and S-3B
curriculum officer.
In April 1997, Pekari
reported to Commander,
Second Fleet on board
USS Mount Whitney
(LCC-20). During his tour
with Commander, Second
Fleet, Pekari served in
the J33 Surface Warfare
Department as the future
operations officer.
His duties included work-
ing carrier battle group
handling scheduling and
global naval force presence
policy issues.
In September 1999,
Pekari checked in as a
department head of the
VS-32 "Maulers" and
deployed on board USS
John F. Kennedy (CV-67)
to the Arabian Gulf sup-
porting Operation Southern
Watch and on board USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-
71) in September 2001 to
the Indian Ocean support-
ing Operation Enduring
Freedom.
While attached to VS-32,
Pekari served as adminis-
trative officer and mainte-
nance officer.
In January 2002, Pekari
attended the Naval
Post Graduate School in
Monterey, Calif. earning his
masters of business admin-
istration degree in financial
management.
After graduating in June
2003, he was assigned to
the Navy's Office of Budget
and Fiscal Management
Division at the Pentagon.
During his time there,
he was the lead bud-
get analyst for Naval
Aviation Procurement and
Research and Development
Programs.
Pekari checked into VP-
30 for transition and train-
ing in the P-3C Orion in
October 2005. He reported
to VP-16 as the executive
officer in April 2006.
Hitt will report to USS
Kitty Hawk (CV 63) as the
carrier's navigator.
Taking over as execu-
tive officer is Cmdr. Mark
Creasey.


Special lunch
The Flight Line Cafe is
celebrating Cinco de
Mayo during lunch
Monday from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. All active duty are
invited to stop by and enjoy
the food and music.
For more information, call
:542-3854.


Cmdr. Greg Pekari


Cmdr. James Hitt


'American

Idol'

watch

MU3 Phil Stacey, a member of Navy Band
Southeast, is still in the running for the next
American Idol. Stay tuned and cast your
vote!


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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NA\SJIACKSONVI1LE, Thursday, 'May 3, 2007


VyStar celebrates 55th birthday

-- " " -" (From left) VyStar
, Representative
Jen Kwiatkowski,
NAS Jax Executive
Officer Capt.
Chuck Tamblyn,
Vice President
NAS Jax Branch,
VyStar Credit Union
Bob Harrington
. and VyStar
Representative
.Sheldon Garcia cut
the cake to celebrate
the 55th birthday of
VyStar Credit Union
April 27. The Jax
Navy Federal Credit
Union was first
established on the
S base in April 1952
with 1,100 members
and about $28,000
". " in assets. Today, they
serve more than
350,000 members
/ , nationwide. lax
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- renamed VyStar
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VyStar Credit Union customer Judy Beets practices her putting skills LaRocque
to try to win a coffee mug at the 55th birthday celebration of the
VyStar NAS Jax Branch April 27.




An interview with CNRSE


about Lean Six Sigma


Fiom Commander, Navy
Region Southeast


A s part of our continu-
ing internal infor-
mation campaign
to inform the Southeast
Region of Lean Six Sigma
(LSS), a three part series
will offer naval leadership
vision of LSS. Commander,
Navy Region Southeast
(CNRSE) Rear Adm. Mark
Boensel shares his person-
al thoughts and opinions
on how the region can work
together to enable Lean Six
Sigma.
What is LSS?
Boensel: LSS is an mix-
ture of two concepts. Lean
identifies waste. It is
about focus and improv-
ing the way we do work.
It eliminates things that
are not value-added to the
end product. This allows
us to focus on the impor-
tant stuff Lean identifies
and then eliminates waste
in the process. Six Sigma
ensures that we are doing
things right the first time.
It ensures that not only
are we are doing these
things very well, but we
are operating under a close
tolerance so that we don't
have to do work over again.
In the environment in
which we work, we are by
definition under-resourced.
We have limited resources.
In our current process, to
get things done, we have to
find better ways to accom-
plish the mission. We just
can't afford to waste and
redo work.
Six Sigma tightens up
variants in the process to
ensure we have a repeat-
able, reliable outcome --
- and that we can.produce
the same reliable outcome
every time.
Together Lean and Six
Sigma give us the com-
plete spectrum of process
improvement. This is not
a new process. It's been
used widely in business for
some time, and we are able
to import business meth-
odologies to the military.
Some methodologies are
very adaptable, and some
need to be adapted further
to military concepts. The
Navy operates under civil-
ian control and oversight,
and our civilian leaders
such as the Secretary of the
Navy (SECNAV) come from
the commercial world. This
link makes the LSS concept
extremely workable for the
military.
Can you give a little
history or background
on LSS in CNRSE?
Boensel: This is'an initia-
tive from SECNAV all the
way down. In our system
of government, leadership
is civilian -civilians exer-
cise control and oversight of
the military. Many civilian
:bosses are drawn out of the
commercial world and pub-


Adm. Mark Boensel
lie industry. I think hav-
ing seen it work in those
places, they realize the real
opportunities to translate
that into the Navy and get
more efficient on business
inside the Navy.
Navy leadership, start-
ing at the top with the
Secretary of the Navy have
seen that this has tremen-
dous opportunities for us to
leverage the resources that
we've been given. I think
that's what this LSS effort
will assist us in doing.
This is an exciting begin-
ning and CNRSE is at the
front end of the effort. Our
first class of Green Belts
just finished training in the
past three weeks. These
are the "working level"
folks, each of whom went
away from their class with'
a project that they are in


the process of working.
There's a whole variety of
projects they're working, in
all the program areas.
The initial indications,
not surprising to me, are
that there's things we can
do to make our processes
better. That to me is a lot
of what LSS is about -
improving the way we do
work, eliminating things
that don't add much value
to the end product. It
allows us to focus on what's
important.
What benefits do you
think will LSS bring to
CNRSE?
,Boensel: I think one of
the major benefits of LSS
is that it allows, at the end
of the day, for the people
working to concentrate on
things that really matters.
It can help put aside aggra-
vating things like the tasks
and processes that you
often wonder why you are
doing, and those things that
we should stop doing or
maybe continue doing but
in a different way. LSS is a
formalized way of determin-
ing what things matter and
what we need to be doing.
Determining what things
matter is really the empha-
sis and the driving force for
this.
Next week: Part two
- Our responsibility to the
American people


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Moog and FRCSE sign CSA


By Frank Taormina
FRCSE Public Affairs


In a short signing ceremony on
April 19 at Fleet Readiness
Center, Southeast (FRCSE),
Moog Aircraft Group, represented
by Mark Trabert, deputy general
manager, Jim Roache, director, part-
nerships and Performance Based
Logistics (PBL) contracts, and Russ
Wainwright, F/A-18 weapons sys-
tem support manager and FRCSE
Commanding Officer Capt. John
Scanlan II signed a commercial ser-
vice agreement (CSA).
This is a partnership that supports
repairs to the F/A-18 A-D Leading
Edge Flap Systems.


The CSA contract is a five-year
agreement with a projected value
of $1.5 million and benefits Moog,
FRCSE and the U.S. Navy.
FRCSE gets the parts it needs, the
Navy gets its aircraft repaired, and
Moog gets a source of repair. The
partnership also is providing the foun-
dation for a future PBL contract.
"This is the beginning of a partner-
ship and we're looking forward to a
long term business relationship with
FRCSE," said Trabert.
Also in attendance was Marty
Bobak, director customer support,
military for Moog.
"I'd like to thank every one for put-
ting this whole thing together. A lot
of work has been done and there's. a


lot of work to do. It's our first CSA
and we're here to support you," said
Bobak.
In addition to Scanlan, supporting
FRCSE were Greg Daniels, lead busi-
ness management specialist who was
responsible for bringing the teams
together and laying the foundation
for the contract and Dora Quinlan,
industrial business operations office
director.
"This is an opportunity for the facil-
ity to bring parts to the plant and
gives us stability and work at best
cost, best price," said Scanlan.
"It also provides the facility with
work for many years to come."


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Photo by Frank Taormina
Capt. John Scanlan II, commanding officer, Fleet Readiness
Center, Southeast (FRCSE) and Mark Trabert, deputy general
manager, Moog Aircraft Group, sign the commercial service
agreement as Greg Daniels, lead business management spe-
cialist, FRCSE, looks on.


From Commander, Navy
Installations Command
Emergency Management Office


individuals and families can now
go online to get simple, ready-
to-use fact sheets, checklists and
forms on how to prepare for a variety
of natural and man-made disasters
-- part of Operation Prepare.
Operation Prepare is a pub-
lic awareness program initiated by
Commander, Navy Installations
Command (CNIC) for community
members of Navy ashore installa-
tions.
"Staying informed, developing a
plan, and making an emergency kit
is the theme of this initiative so that


every member of the Navy commu-
nity can learn to prepare and respond
in the event of an emergency," said
CNIC Emergency Management
Program Director Owen McIntyre
While Sailors, their families and
base personnel may still contact their
local emergency manager or ombuds-
man, they can now go online to http://
www.cnic.navy.mil and click on the
"Operation Prepare" link to get vital
emergency preparedness information.
Nearly 40 separate fact sheets are
available on a variety of hazards and
emergency preparedness tips.
The information has been derived
from several reputable sources such
as the Department of Homeland
Security and the Centers for Disease


Control and has been tailored espe-
cially for the Navy community.
Topic areas cover disease outbreak,
natural and man-made hazards, and
terrorism.
McIntyre said that preparedness
is the individual's responsibility and
accessing CNIC's Web site is a great
way for personnel to be ready for any
situation.
Region-specific emergency prepared-
ness information on potential threats
likely to occur at an installation or
in a region, along with resources for
response activities such as evacua-
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locations, can also be found on CNIC's
Web site at http://www.cnic.navy.mil.
(Operation Prepare link).


Asian Pacific
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planned
An Asian Pacific American
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will be held May 10 from 11
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club.
The cost is $12. For ticket
information, call HMCS
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ID card

appointments

can be made

online
From PSD Jacksonville
A appointments for mil-
itary ID cards may
be made on the Web
site to avoid the wait asso-
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Appointments can be
made in advance by civil-
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duty members for all types
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tomers will continue to be
served on a first come, first
served basis; however, cus-
tomers with appointments
will have priority.
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accessed via the NAS Jax
Web site, www.nasjax.navy.
mil. Please choose PSD
Jacksonville for all family
member ID card appoint-
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doctors give patients the
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6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 3, 2007


Hundreds of





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processed daily


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By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


T he Navy Exchange (NEX) Satellite Pharmacy pro-
vides a valuable service to military members, retir-
ees and family members by processing nearly 600
new prescriptions each day.
"Our main function is to fill civilian prescriptions and to
dispense refills that are called in. The refills are processed
at Naval Hospital Jax and delivered to us each morning
so they are ready for our customers to pick up," explained
Lt. Cmdr. Rob Dobbins, NEX Satellite Pharmacy supervi-
sor. "Our services are extremely important because this is
where most of our retirees and family members get their
prescriptions from civilian providers filled."
When a customer comes into the satellite pharmacy to
fill a prescription, they must first stop at the front desk
where a pharmacy technician will check to see if the phar-
macy carries their medication. If so, they are then given a
number either on an "A" or "B" ticket. "A" tickets are for
active duty members in uniform and for people picking up
refills that have already been called in. The "B" tickets are
for everyone else requiring a prescription service.
Utilizing a "bank teller" style of operation, patients are
directed to one of several windows to be served. When
the customer is called to a window, the pharmacy techni-
cian enters all the information into the computer, fills the
prescription and has it double-checked by a pharmacist
who will also answer any questions the customer may
have. Each medication is dispensed with a printed patient
education monograph that details important medication


I -
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;Pharmacist Bruce Mack and Pharmacy Technician Donna
Pittman ensures the prescriptions are accurate and their cus-
tomer understands the instructions on the labels.


Pharmacist Ken Makris checks a label to ensure customer Ron
Adams' prescriptions are accurate and he knows how to take
his medications.


Pharmacy Technician Elaine Ashmead checks in customers at
the satellite pharmacy's front desk. When a customer arrives
at the desk, a technician first ensures their medication is avail-
able there and then gives them a number in either the A or B
:category based on what type of prescription they have and if
-they are active duty in uniform, a retiree or family member.


L._core formulary along with
those selected by the hospi-
tal's formulary committee.
The basic core formulary
lists those medications that
all military treatment facili-
ties must carry.
"This provides consis-
_ tency. Regardless of what
military ry treatment facility
m to. Ayou go to, you know that if
you are on those medica-
tions they will be available,"
i� continued Dobbins. "We can
also add to the base core for-
mulary at the local level to
meet the additional needs
of our patients. Those addi-
tions at the local level, along
n " with periodic changes to the
Sl mt base core formulary by the
Sd a p Pharmaceutical Economic
e aCommittee based in San
Antonio, Texas, mean that
our formulary occasionally
Pharmacy Technician Edithe Delhomme gets some information from customer Dora Ockerman changes. The formulary is
e cancer pathed fose 54ar-15
before filling her prescriptions. not static but rather on
information. stantly evolving to take advantage of the latest pharma-
Controlled substances are carefully monitored. "Every ceutical advances."
morning when I come in, I do a complete inventory. All Customers may pick up a copy of the m ost current
narcotic substances must be accounted for. When I-get forulaxry list and take it to their physician for his/her
a prescription for a narcotic, I ensure the date is correct eew. \"Often the physician will write a prescription
and the doctor and the identification number i e acicuiate. .hat s on our formularv. If not. the prescription may be
explained Pharmacy Technician Sandy Stiobel. Atl Ipreo at local pharmacies said Dubbins.
scriptions are logged into a book withall the pertinent The sate.itep1armaqs open Monday through Friday
information and all controlled dedication dispersed mt st ioiii 9 a.m toli .'and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
be signed for by the customer We are very neficulo ddivethru wihdowopens an hour earlier the same
when dealing with controlled cubhetances.
Refills must be called in and custoiners can eitl e u oe The. N Satellite Pharmacy can bhe a very busy\ place
the drive-thru window or walk in. epecial'hursday,. Friday and Saturdays. Dohhins
The satellite pharmacy staff i ncomrprie-d of eight mili- r ecominends customers choose other dayst for less wait
tary and civilian pharmacy technicians and three l pharma- s'Ia bs.
cists. Red Cross volunteers also help out variou days anid .:. Ve are committed to providing the absolute best in
times at the front desk. a tUharoa eutical care. said Dobbins. f"We exist to serve
"Our professional cadre of volunteers are a tremendous 'bur 16ustomier's and are always looking at new and innova-
asset. We couldn't operate as efficiently a we do without ive ways to improve (iL o services. If you have a question
them. In fact, they frequently are the only one- running about your medications. please ask your pharmacist. NIly
the front desk, especially on Saturdays. Their _seltle's staff and I are eager and ready to assist with all your
dedication allows us to utilize our pharmac technicians ph,'{imac -needs.
to the greatestextentpossible,"explainedDobbins.. The satellite pharmacy can be reached at 542-15-40p
The staff fills about 500 to 6t10 news prescription each 225:37. There is also an interactive customer evaluation
day. Refills are filled at Naval Horpital Jax and brought :i'kiAk in the pharmacy lobbY for comments and sugges-
over to the satellite pharmacy each miornin'e o, they are tions.
ready when a customer arrives to pick them up.
While the pharmacy doesn't car\ e erY ' medicatio'
available on the market, it does carry hhiaihl effective
medications of almost every clant. Like ma-iny pharimaci-es.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville utilizefln a m d wliaiv that list i
the many medications available


Pharmacy Technician HN Justin Clark searches for refill pre-
scriptions on the many shelves in the satellite pharmacy while
working the drive-thru window.
A


Pharmacy Technician HM3 David Sample fills a prescription
for a patient using the Accumed System which automatically
counts and disperses medications after the prescription is
entered into a computer.







JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 3, 2007 7


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The Navy Exchange Satellite Pharmacy processes about 12,000 new prescriptions each month.


Pharmacy Technician Sandra Strobel logs
controlled substance prescriptions into a
log book as part of the pharmacy's security
procedures. The prescriptions are filled at
Naval Hospital Jax and taken over to the
satellite pharmacy each morning. When
they are picked up by a customer, they
are highlighted in the book as part of their
tracking system.


Pharmacist Bruce Mack carefully checks all prescriptions
after they are filled to ensure accuracy of medications distrib-
uted and answers any questions the customers have regarding
their prescriptions.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque


See Page 8 for more pharmacy coverage


Pharmacy Technician Sandra Strobel logs controlled substance prescriptions
into a log book as part of the pharmacy's security procedures. The prescriptions
are filled at Naval Hospital Jax and taken over to the satellite pharmacy each
morning. When they are picked up by a customer, they are highlighted in the
book as part of their tracking system.


Customers wait patiently in line for the Navy Exchange Satellite Pharmacy to open so they can get their pre-
scriptions filled.


HM1 (SW/AW) Paul Caspermeyer asks customer Barry Lawson how many prescriptions he is picking up at the Navy Exchange Satellite Pharmacy April 25.


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8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 3, 2007



Hospital Pharmacy streamlining




service while enhancing safety


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs


Naval Hospital Jacksonville oper-
ates the third busiest pharmacy
in Navy medicine. The pharmacy
located in the hospital, fills 2,200 new
and refill scripts daily. Last year, that
added up to 1,327,943 prescriptions filled
in 2006 or almost 3,000 prescriptions a
day.
The staff here includes four pharmacists
and 40 pharmacy technicians.
Anyone eligible to use a military treat-
ment facility can use the pharmacy, includ-
ing Medicare eligible military retirees and
their authorized family members.
The hospital's pharmacy department
head is Lt. Cmdr. Denise Leveling and the
assistant department head is Lt. Michael
Cleveland.
According to Cleveland, the main phar-
macy only fills prescriptions from the
Emergency Department after 6 p.m. This
is to comply with Joint Commission on
Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
guidelines concerning manning and other
concerns," Cleveland said. "They start tak-
ing prescriptions at 7:30 a.m. daily in the
main pharmacy."
"The pharmacy staff is working hard to
make accessing service easier, safer and
faster for patients," explained Cleveland.
"Over the last few years, the hospital's
pharmacy has gone high-tech in the form
of robotics and a bar-coded prescription
system which has streamlined processing
significantly while enhancing safety."
"The current wait time from the moment
the patient's information is batchedd" by
system screeners and is entered into the
automated processing is less than 20 min-
utes. The pharmacy staff is working to
double the number of front line screeners
to minimize wait time in that part of the
process as well," continued Cleveland.


Photo by HN LeeAnn Lowman
Assistant Naval Hospital Jax Pharmacy Assistant Department Head Lt. Michael Cleveland
works with a pharmacy technician to fill a patient's prescription.


"The hospital and military medicine are
using technology to improve care both on
the homefront and the battlefield. Looking
into the future, the military healthcare
system is considering pharmacy systems
that will be more centralized and allow
easier flexibility of data transfer between
facilities," Cleveland said.
The hospital's TRICARE Prime enroll-
ment population includes more than
63,800
beneficiaries, many of whom use the
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Pharmacy for
their prescriptions. That means immedi-
ate access to that friendly pharmacy staff
member behind the counter may never
be realized, still the staff is working hard
to serve you expediently, courteously and
safely. They are shaving off more minutes
all the time as they study their processes
for opportunities to be more accessible.
Refills can be called in via the hospital's
automated refill system by dialing 542-
7410 or toll-free at 1-800-628-7427. Access
the pharmacy refill system online at www.
navalhospitaljax.med.navy.mil. For assis-
tance from a pharmacy technician call 542-
7405/7406.
Customers can also use the TRICARE
Mail Order Pharmacy (TMOP). Although
this system requires a co-pay, it is espe-
cially useful for patients who travel long
distances for service. Through TMOP, pre-
scription orders can be delivered right to
the beneficiary's door. To access TMOP,
call Express Scripts at 1-866-363-8667 or
go to www.express-scripts.com/TRICARE.
Customers can also co-pay retail phar-
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"Whatever option you choose, beneficia-
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From LIFELines


Y ou probably know
this - exercise is
good for your heart,
lungs, and overall body
strength. It's also good for
your mind and your soul.
It's good for flexibility. It's
good for increasing your
life span. And exercise can
be as social as it is bene-
ficial, which many people
discover when they find a
walking partner or join an
exercise class they enjoy.
As you age, your level of
activity directly affects your
body. Less than 25 percent
of Americans get adequate
regular exercise. Inactive
people can expect to lose
about 30 percent of their
strength and 40 percent of
their muscle mass between
the ages of 20 and 70.
But this loss is not inevita-
ble. Moderate cardiovascular
exercise, combined with min-
imal weight training, fights
the loss of muscle mass. And
you don't need to pump iron
or bench press 200 pounds to
reap the benefits. Just add a
small amount of weight to
your normal routine. Using
your muscles helps to keep
them healthy.
Eating right is equally


important. Your body needs
good food to feel healthy and
strong and fight off disease
and injury. The benefits of a
balanced diet and moderate
exercise are indisputable.
You Really Are
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You can find out about a
balanced diet at the U.S.
Department of Agriculture
(USDA). They've got arti-
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recommended daily allow-
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(there's a special one for
those in their golden years),
and links to organic food
programs. Find out how
your diet over a three-week
period measures up against
the 21-day diet analyzer.
It is important not to lose
vital vitamins and miner-
als as you age. Imbalances
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From


a zero


to


a


hero


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

It was 5 a.m. and Giuseppe
could stand it no longer.
Regardless what he did to
help on board he could not ignore
the swells and waves that rocked
their boat off the California
coast.
Inhaling nothing but "perfume
ala mackerel" kept Giuseppe's
stomach in turmoil and his deci-
sion came fast. This would be
his last attempt to follow in the
300-year-old family fishing busi-
ness his Papa learned as a boy in
Sicily.
This news brought not only dis-
appointment amongst the fam-
ily, but words of shame from
Giuseppe's Papa. Nevertheless,


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Giuseppe regularly found odd
jobs to help his family financially,
giving all he made to them, but
because he wasn't a fisherman,
Papa considered Giuseppe's con-
tribution amounting to nothing.
Naturally Giuseppe was hurt
and discouraged. So when his
Papa was home and Giuseppe
wasn't working, he would either
hide or run off to play with his
friends, because from Papa's point
of view, Giuseppe was a zero.
There was a woman whose sim-
ilar story is told even today. She
ran a brothel and was probably
a prostitute herself. Other than
the services that she provided the
men of her town and those pass-


Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.) Gregg Gillette

ing through, by the standards of


her society she too would be con-
sidered a zero.
As you can imagine neither
story ends there. This woman's
new faith in God enabled her to
put her own life on the line to
save her entire family.
It was her home and only those
in it who were guaranteed safety
when Joshua led the Israelites in
their conquest of Jericho. (Joshua
chapters 2 and 6) She went on
to marry Salmon and had a son
named Boaz who married Ruth
and became a direct descendant
of the most famous man in his-
tory. (Matthew 1:1-16).
She is immortalized in Hebrews
11:31 as the prostitute, Rahab


because she acted upon her faith
in God. But in God's choosing
to have a woman often despised -
by society in the lineage of the
world's Savior we see that God
doesn't gage our worth by "our
job" or what others may think of
us.
No, God's value meter for each ,
of us is maxed out the moment
our life begins. Jesus had a name -
for these special people so valued
by He and His Father, that name:
Whosoever. (John 3:16)
As for Giuseppe, he eventual-
ly was old enough to leave home
and pursue his heart's desire.
By doing so, he became a hero to
thousands of boys. He was the.
American League's Most Valuable
Player in 1939, 1941 and 1947.
In 1955, Baseball's Hall of Fame
enshrined him as Joe DiMaggio.


MCPON announces creation
By MCCS (SW/AW) Bill Houlihan
MCPON Public Affairs
The master chief petty officer of the
Navy (MCPON) announced recently
the creation of the Command Master
Chief (CMC) Management Office and
selected Fleet Master Chief Jacqueline
DiRosa to oversee its operation.
The office, which will be located at the
Navy Annex and stand up early this sum-
mer, will ensure that senior enlisted lead-
ers competing for command master chief
positions meet the performance standards
and attributes required for selection to the
CMC program.
One of the goals of the office will be to
provide flag officers with a diverse and
well-qualified slate of deckplate leaders to
choose from when selecting their command
master chief.
"The Command Master Chief Manage-
ment Office is going to make sure that
when our commanders receive a slate of
candidates, that they are fully qualified
for the position and meet criteria," said
MCPON(SW/FMF) Joe Campa Jr. "I view
this position as one of the most important
in the CMC community."
Campa said that by selecting DiRosa he
established the office in the best possible
manner, with a master chief whose expe-


of CMC Management Office
rience and leadership ability made her a
natural choice.
"Master Chief DiRosa brings immedi-
ate credibility to the position because of
her breadth of experience as a fleet mas-
ter chief (Fleet Forces Command) and as
a former force master chief (Bureau of
Medicine)," he said.
"I see this as another great opportunity
to make a difference and impact on our
Navy and to shape our CMC community
for the long term," DiRosa said. "I look for-
ward to serving the CMC community and-
our Navy in this new position."
DiRosa stressed that while assignment
management is a significant part of the
position, career development of the Navy's
senior enlisted leadership also will be a
key part of the charter.
"This is about individual career man-
agement for the long term, CMC commu-
nity growth and development, and proper
placement of our CMCs to best enable our
Navy," she said. "When you bring all three
of these components together, the benefits
to the fleet will be exponential."
Campa added that he expects to see
command master chiefs, command senior
chiefs and chiefs of the boat progressing on
career paths that prepare them for increas-
ing levels of responsibility within the Navy
and the joint environment.


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Sailors of the




Year are best





of the best


By FORCM(AW/SW)
Richard Kennedy
COMNAVAIRLANT
Force Master Chief


The Navy's Sailor of
the Year (SOY) pro-
gram is a chance for
your leadership and the
Navy as a whole to recog-
nize those of you who are
out there making a differ-
ence in the Navy and the
world. It is our opportu-
nity to place those of you
who stand out amongst
your peers in the spotlight
and reward and thank you
for setting the bar a little
higher for those around
you.
If you want to be competi-
tive, for the SOY program,
you need to start early and
you must show a consistent
trend of being at the top of
your game.
Be a role model: Wear
the Navy uniform well and
adhere to the Navy's physi-
cal fitness standards.
Show your junior Sailors
how important it is to main-
tain physical fitness, and
what a difference a sharp
uniform and well-polished
boots can make.
Be a leader: Look out
for your junior personnel!
Through their annual eval-
uations, SOYs show con-
sistent positive leadership
skills through recognition
of their junior personnel
who in turn stand out above
their peers.
They've proven to their
chains of command that
they are ready for the next


FROM THE FLEET


FORCM(AW/SW)
Richard Kennedy
pay grade.
Be active: It's easy to be
active within your com-
mand or local communi-
ty. There's something out
there for just about every-
one from helping out at the-
local food bank to helping
build a house with Habitat
for Humanity.
Within the command, you
can get involved in the vari-
ous Petty Officer First and
Second Class Associations,
fitness clubs, volunteer
to help organize Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
events, mentor junior
Sailors, sit on warfare pin
boards, and volunteer for
command-wide collateral
duties such as watchbill
coordinator or command
financial specialist.
Despite what many peo-
ple believe, the SOY pro-


gram is not just for E6s. It
is also open to eligible E4s
and E5s whose chains of
command feel they are the
best of the best. There's
no rule that says an E4 or
E5 can't become the overall
Navy's SOY.
The thing to remember
is that you need to always
do your best and to set an
example. Be a mentor for
those junior Sailors who
may be looking up to you.
You need to set achiev-
able goals for yourself and
help your junior Sailors do
the same.
One thing all SOYs who
make it to the final boards
have in common is that
they've consistently had a
mentor helping guide them
throughout their career.
Only a very few people
can be nominated for SOY,
so even though you display
all of the characteristics to
compete, you may not be
nominated.
The title isn't what's
important, being a role
model and a well-rounded
Sailor is. Senior leadership
within the Navy recognizes
that the current SOY pro-
gram may not represent the
diverse population of stel-
lar Sailors out there, and
we are looking at increas-
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next year's program in an
effort to recognize as many
of you as possible.


Not quite shabby but very


chic: used clothing for kids


By Pamela Wilkins
LIFELines


Today, second-hand shopping is cool
and trendy. There are rummage,
garage, and yard sales plus vin-
tage clothing stores, flea markets, thrift,
consignment, and resale shops to choose
from, all offering the opportunity to save
big money on kids' clothing. Shopping
second-hand for children's clothes makes,
sense because it offsets the high cost of
raising kids, who grow like weeds and can
be rough on their duds. So why pay top
dollar?
For this reason, some military families
have chosen to buy kid's clothing from sec-
ond-hand stores. You may want to consider
that option as well. For a young family on
a tight budget, it's a matter of necessity
and practicality. Why pay $25 for a pair of
jeans that children will either grow out of
or wear out?
Finally, it can become fun, creative, chal-
lenging, and chic. Imagine your kids wear-
ing name-brand clothes that have cost you
less than $4. Using thrift shop finds, you
can arrange and make unique and fashion-
able clothing that your kids will absolutely
love while satisfying their urge for name
brands.


It's the best of both worlds. Your kids will
look cool and your family will save money.
You don't have to be a designer or a seam-
stress to turn castoffs into cool outfits. Just
use your imagination. Try your local Navy
Marine Corp Relief Society Thrift Shop,
where they have $2 fill-a-bag specials, 250
tables and the best selection. Don't forget
the Salvation Army and Goodwill. Check
out local consignment shops and try these
tips:
* Add whimsical buttons, beads, ribbons,
lace, jewelry; badges, or patches to update
used clothes (but ask your kids first; they
know what's cool among their peers).
* Consider dyeing an item if it's too faded
or the wrong color (but again, ask - faded
might be just what your kid wants).
* Stick to quality, classic styles and col-
ors that are timeless.
* Planning is key. Make lists of your
kids' clothing needs.
. Arrive early and check often for best
selection.
* Check the newspaper for garage sales.
* Consider consigning your kids' out-
grown clothes for extra cash.
Shopping second-hand is not only good
for your budget, it also teaches your chil-
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NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Service Center (FFSC)
representatives Rufus Bundrige
and Gary Macik recently traveled to
Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center
(ECRC) Fort Bragg Detachment, S.C. to
aid in the homecoming of more than 180
individual augmentees (IAs).
The IAs have spent the last year
embedded with the United States Army
82nd Airborne Division throughout many
different regions of Afghanistan.
The purpose of the FFSC visit was to
render their talented expertise and years
of military experience to the troops to aid
them in getting adjusted to a non-hostile
environment before going home to their
families.
"Our goal is to decompress these
Sailors before they get home and help
them reacquaint themselves with their
loved ones," commented Cmdr. Blake
Fetrow of ECRC Headquarters Norfolk,
Va.
ECRC was officially established in a
ceremony at Naval Amphibious Base
Little Creek, Va. Oct. 10, 2006. The mis-
sion of ECRC is deployment and support
of all Navy IAs, in lieu of individuals and
provisional units.
"To date, more than 48,000 Sailors
have deployed as IAs and have trans-
ferred from their normal jobs to sup-
port joint service requirements," said
Commander, Naval Expeditionary
Combat Command Rear Adm. Donald
Bullard in a recent article.
* "ECRC stood up to be the single pro-
cess owner for oversight of the man,
train, equip, deploy and re-deploy func-
tions for these Sailors. It also recognizes
the Navy's capacity to adapt Sailors' core
competencies to non-traditional mission,
areas or retain Sailors to emerging mis-
sion areas in order to maximize our con-
tribution to the war on terrorism."
Upon their arrival, Bundrige and
Macik met with ECRC personnel to get
a detailed brief on how they wanted to
breakdown training for the arriving
troops.
"The training we conducted included
a variety of topics. We could see that
they were anxious to get home to their
loved ones, so we focused on the things
that would help them and their families
to the fullest extent. Mostly financial
and Veteran's Administration topics but
we also gave one-on-one counseling tai-
lored to their specific needs," commented


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Photo by Rufus Bundrige
NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center Work Life Counselor Gary Macik
briefs Sailors on topics that will ensure that
their transition into a non-hostile environ-
ment is a smooth one.

Do you have

a loved one

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From Fleet and Family
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NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
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(FFSC) is initiating an indi-
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group to help families cope after
loved ones deploy as lAs.
Families will have an opportunity
to get together with others who are
in the same situation. They will be
,able to discuss various issues, chal-
lenges, and learn about services and
programs that the FFSC has to offer.
It will be an opportunity to educate
families on issues that their spouses
maybe experiencing overseas and to
help families prepare for the transi-
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return home.
Planned activities and free daycare
will be provided. This is a combined
effort between NAS Jacksonville
Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department and FFSC. Families are
encouraged to call 542-2766, Ext. 127
for further information and to sign
up to attend the LA support group.

Macik.
ECRC supports Sailors in their non-
traditional jobs, but the command mis-
sion also involves taking care of the
Sailors' families. "Keeping the families
in the loop and being a conduit of infor-
mation to them before, during and after
the deployment is a very important part
of what we are here for," noted Fetrow.
Bundridge and Macik had a feeling of
accomplishment and pride when their
time at Fort Bragg came to end.
"I felt a personal sense of accomplish-
ment assisting these Sailors en route to
their families. When you see a smile on
someone's face after giving them a hand,
it just makes you feel great," said Macik,
"The reception that Gary and I received
from this group was heart-warming.
If we could have done more, we would
have. Considering what our military does
for us, being there to lend a hand was
the least we could to for those Sailors,"
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Could your child have Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder?


By Lt. Mark Seigh
NH Jacksonville Family Practice
Residency Program
Does your child have a hard
time paying attention or
daydream a lot? Does
he or she not seem to listen or
become easily distracted from
work or play? Does he or she not
follow through on instructions or
forget things? Does your child
seem to be in constant motion or
talk too much? Does he or she
run, jump, and climb when it's
not appropriate?
Can he or she not sit still or
play quietly? Does your child act
and speak without thinking, or
run into the street without look-
ing for traffic? Does he or she
have trouble taking turns and call
out answers before the question is
complete, or interrupt others?
If these behaviors interfere
with making friends or doing well
in school, your child may have
Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity
Disorder (ADHD).
Children with ADHD have trou-
ble getting along with their sib-
lings, classmates, and neighbor-
hood children. They can't learn
because they can't pay atten-
tion. They also can't control their
impulses and may be labeled "bad


kids" or "accident prone."
ADHD is a condition of the
brain that makes it difficult for
children to control behavior. It
is estimated that four tol2 per-
cent of school-aged children have
it. Boys are affected three times
more than girls.
Children with ADHD have
symptoms of inattention, hyper-
activity or both. Just because
your child is showing these symp-
toms does not mean they have
ADHD. Only your physician can
determine if your child has ADHD
using input from you and your
child's teachers. It is difficult to
diagnose children younger than
age 6 because many normal pre-


school children have some ADHD
symptoms at various times. It is
also difficult to diagnose teenag-
ers. To confirm ADHD, behaviors
listed above must occur in more
than one setting (home, school,
social settings), and be more
severe than in other children the
same age.
Other conditions commonly
occur along with ADHD. Your
physician will look for depres-
sion, anxiety, and learning disor-
ders. It is important to not miss
these conditions, but diagnosing
them takes time. A pediatric psy-
chologist or psychiatrist may get
involved to help.
Your doctor will ask about fam-
ily history concerning ADHD,
depression and anxiety. Since
ADHD runs in families, you may
be surprised to find out that you
yourself or your spouse have it.
Your child's school should be
involved to see if they exhibit
symptoms. The goal is to get infor-
mation from multiple settings
since diagnosis depends on seeing
ADHD traits in multiple settings.
At a minimum, an ADHD workup


HEALTH NOTES


should include a questionnaire for
parents and teachers.
Once ADHD is diagnosed, most
children do very well with treat-
ment. ADHD cannot be cured but it
can be managed, and many people
learn coping strategies as they grow
into adulthood. Treatment should
include most of the following:
1. Education about ADHD
2. Collaboration between doc-
tors, parents, teachers, caregiv-
ers, other healthcare profession-
als and the child
3. Medication
4. Behavior therapy
5. Parenting training
6. Individual and family coun-
seling
Don't lose heart! It may take
some time to find the ideal medi-
cation and counselor for your
child. It will take time to deter-
mine if your child has condi-
tions like depression, anxiety or
learning disabilities. All medica-
tions have side effects. Common
side effects are decreased appe-
tite, weight loss, sleep problems,
headaches, jitteriness, social
withdrawal and stomachaches.
Less common side effects are dry
mouth, dizziness, increased activ-
ity, bad mood, or tics as the medi-
cation wears off.
To help your child control his


DoD Mental Health Self Assessment Program undergoing changes


From Screening for Mental
Health, Inc.
In 2006, tens of thou-
sands of military
families took. advan-
tage of the Mental Health
Self-Assessment Program
(MHSAP), a Department of
Defense (DoD) anonymous,
mental health and alcohol
self-directed screening pro-
gram.
This enormous response
is driving the addition of
new enhancements to pro-
vide more services for fami-
lies concerned about them-
selves or their children.
The MHSAP, funded by
Force Health Protection
and Readiness, Office of
the Assistant Secretary of
Defense, Health Affairs,
will be expanded to bet-
ter serve military families


through telephone technol-
ogy, Spanish language ser-
vices and youth suicide pre-
vention programs.
The MHSAP is offered
to all branches and com-
ponents of the U.S. Armed
Forces including National
Guard and Reserves and
provides information about
services provided through
DoD and the Veteran's
Administration (VA).
It is run through the
nonprofit organization
Screening for Mental
Health, Inc.
The MHSAP provides free
kits of materials designed to
help. installations conduct
mental health and alcohol
education events as well as
an online self-assessment
program available 24/7 to
all military personnel and
their families at www.mili-


tarymentalhealth.org.
Screening for Mental
Health, Inc. is now adding a
robust array of new services
designed to expand the pro-
gram's reach and make it
more accessible and infor-
mative. The enhancements
include:
* Customizable referrals
- Individual military bases
and National Guard units
will be able to add custom-
ized referrals to the online
screening, linking indi-
viduals with local services
in addition to DoD and VA
mental health services.
* Online assessments
for parents - A new online
assessment will help par-
ents understand if their
children may be suffering
from depression or showing
signs of suicidality.
* Telephone self-assess-


ment - There is a new
interactive telephone self-
assessment program that
addresses depression and
alcohol problems for those
military families who do
not have easy access to the
Internet. Launched this
February, the toll-free num-
ber, 1-877-877-3647, con-
nects callers to the anon-
ymous self-assessment.
Callers receive immediate
results and phone num-
bers where they can call for
treatment or educational
resources.
* Pilot Spanish Language
Program - Spanish lan-
guage materials will be
available for in-person self-
assessment, online screen-
ing and the new telephone
component.
* Signs of Suicide (SOS)
Prevention Program - The


SOS program will be avail-
able for school located on
military installations in the
U.S. and overseas. The SOS
program is the only school-
based program proven to
reduce suicide attempts in
a randomized, controlled
study.
"Our military members
display a courage and dedi-
cation that is unsurpassed
and they and their families
deserve our best efforts to
provide them with sup-
port and links to treatment
services," said Col. Joyce
Adkins, PhD, MPH, a psy-
chologist at DoD..
"We are continuing to
augment this program in
order to provide tools that
help busy families under
stress. Help is no more than
a click or phone call away."
"We are very pleased


to continue to offer this
important program to our
nation's military service
members and their fami-
lies," added Douglas Jacobs,
MD, Screening for Mental
Health, Inc. president and
CEO.
"Their commitment to
service is inspiring. We ,
hope that by providing tele-
phone screening, Spanish
language options, informa-
tion concerning child men-
tal health and more expan-
sive and specific referral
options that we are reduc-
ing the burden they shoul-
der at least in some small
part."
For online screening, go
to www.militarymental-
health.org.- For telephone
screening, call 1-877-877-
3647.


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daily schedule, cut out distrac-
tions (like turn off the TV dur-
ing homework), organize your
house, reward positive behavior,
and help your child stay on task.
Limit choices. Find activities
where your child can succeed. Use
calm discipline. Admittedly, these
things are easier said than done.
Remember you need to take care
of yourself as well as your child.
Parenting a child with ADHD can
be very tiring and frustrating.
It's common to feel like you can't
take it any more. There are par-
ent training and support groups
made up of other families dealing
with ADHD that can help. Seek
the help of a counselor if you feel
overwhelmed or hopeless. Do your
own research. An excellent and
reliable website for information
on ADHD can be found at http://
medlineplus.gov/. Don't despair!
Your pediatrician or family physi-
cian is there to help!
This article is one of a series
of health care articles published
by the Department of Family
Practice Residency Program at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
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from the Uniformed Services
University of the Medical Sciences
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12 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 3, 2007


New modules officially open
Photos by Kaylee LaRocque




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........ NAS Jax Child Development Center Director ta
answers the children at the center gave her when
.--, table modules. " The men brought them on trains
Children. "We are very appreciative and happy thi
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Danenberg, Catharine Taylor, Amanda Cruz, Lead Education Technician Angie Benitez
and NAS Jax Child Development Center (CDC) Director Mary Cano cut the ribbon to
officially open the new modules at the CDC. The project cost about $200,000 and fea-
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and various subcontractors. "This is a good use of Navy funds. It's a great project and
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TRICARE supports

participants in Medicare's

renal disease demonstrations
From the TRICARE Management Activity
The TRICARE Management Activity (TMA) is coor-
dinating benefits with Medicare to make it easier
for beneficiaries with end-stage renal disease to
participate in three Medicare demonstrations.
End-state renal disease is caused by renal failure that
results in temporary or permanent damage to the kidneys.
Medicare is offering patients with end-stage renal dis-
ease the opportunity to enroll in three demonstrations
in multiple counties in Alabama, Arizona, California,
Connecticut, Georgia, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania,
Tennessee and Texas. TRICARE is acting as second payer
for TRICARE covered services for beneficiaries participat-
ing in these demonstrations.
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said Army Maj. Gen. Elder Granger, deputy director,
TMA. "We hope our collaboration with Medicare on these
demonstrations will improve care for our beneficiaries
with end-stage renal disease."
These demonstrations will increase the opportunity for
Medicare beneficiaries with end-stage renal disease to
receive integrated disease management services. The dem-
onstrations will test the effectiveness of disease manage-
ment models to increase quality of care for these patients
while ensuring they receive care more effectively and
efficiently. At the same time, Medicare will assess alterna-
tives for paying for services these beneficiaries receive.
Beneficiaries who would like to participate in a dem-
onstration for end-stage renal disease should speak with
a representative at their dialysis center to learn if one is
available in their area.

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14 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 3, 2007


SOQ: Honorees

recognized

at luncheon

i From Page 1

qf the school year to collect
school supplies for needy
children and volunteers
for Habitat for Humanity,"
noted Dryer.
, "She is also one of my
SOQs here today. The
only negative thing I can
qay about her is that she's
applying to be an officer. So,
,rhat's wrong with Sailors
doing in the Navy today?"
"I also have a young
Sailor who came in undes-
ignated because she hadn't
obtained her citizenship
yet. I saw her again recent-
ly and asked her what her
future career plans were.
She said, 'master chief,
I want to go to the Naval
Academy,"' stated Dryer.
I "At that point I found she
liad obtained citizenship,
completed her package for
the Naval Academy and had
gotten in touch with advi-
sors there. She had even
completed the commanding
officer's endorsement letter,
which only needed his sig-
nature. She did all of this
on her own."
-"Another Sailor, an AW2,
returned from a six-month
deployment with VP-45 and
then gave up his shore duty
billet for a one-year position
in Iraq. After his deploy-
ment in Iraq, he returned
to VP-45 who is getting
ready to deploy again," said
Dryer.
"Again, I ask you what's
wrong with the Sailors com-
ing in the Navy today?"
,-'We could focus on the
two percent of Sailors who
don't do what they're sup-
posed to do or we could dis-
miss them and focus on the
98 percent of the Sailors
who are coming in the Navy
while our nation is at war
a"id will be put to higher
standards than many
c1her Sailors have had to
endure."
"He then asked all the
attending SOQs to stand,
?avirng. "Ladies, gentle-
i en and shipmates, these
are the future of our Navy.
'They are the future CMCs
2and even commanding


-Photos by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
HM1 Roy Streicher, Senior Sailor of the Quarter for Naval
Hospital Jacksonville, receives his award envelope as he
shakes hands with NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson, Vice President NAS Jax Branch, VyStar Credit Union
Bob Harrington and Quality Inn Representative Pui Sing Tang.


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CMDCM(AW/SW) Gary Dryer, VP-30 command master chief,
gives his remarks as guest speaker during the Sailor of the
Quarter luncheon at the NAS Jax Officers' Club April 25.


officers. From where I'm
standing I can say, there is
absolutely nothing wrong
with our Sailors coming in
the Navy today."
After Dryer completed his.
speech, all in attendance
lined up at the buffets for a
western-style lunch featuring
barbeque pork and chicken.
Following lunch, each of
the SOQs were called to the
front to receive their award
envelope which contained
a letter of recognition, $50
savings bond courtesy of


VyStar Credit Union and a
coupon book from the NAS
Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department.
Some randomly selected
Sailors also received extra
gifts. including a $50 coupon
to Applebee's for every week
of the upcoming year, a ticket
for two to board the SunCruz
Casino boat and two free
nights at a Quality Inn.
The CMC's office will notify
all commands of the upcom-
ing deadlines for next quar-
ter's SOQ lists via e-mail.


Sa ifrs oQf tu laratee
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Sailor of the Quarter
AW2(AW/NAC) Terry O'Dell
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
FC2 Benito Martnez
Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
Sailor of the Quarter
AE1(AW) Miguel Jiminez
Instructor of the Quarter
AT 1 lAW) Breshen Whitson
Junior Instructor of the Quarter
AT2(AWI Keven Strafalace
Junior Marine of the Quarter
Sgt Jonathan Grubb


Commander, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Eleven
Sailor of the Quarter
STGI(SW/IUSS) Randall Figueron
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AW2(AW) Frederick Weiss
VP-5
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AD1 (AW) Jeremy Johnson
Sailor of the Quarter
AT2(AW) Jeremiah LaFountain
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AE3(AW) Orion Adams
VP-45
Sailor of the Quarter
AW1 (AW/NEC) Thomas George
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AW2(AW/NEC) Samuel Duca
VP-30
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AW1(AW/NACl Ryan Kelly
Sailor of the Quarter
SK2(SW/AW) Pe'atra Wilson
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AD3(AW) Guillermo Lopez
Blue Jacket of the Quarter ,
SKSN Jessica Ardis
VP-16.
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AT1 Gregory Wood
Sailor of the Quarter
AW2 Aliye Fulton
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AN Joseph Nunez
Commander, Helicopter
Sea Combat Wing Atlantic
Sailor of the Quarter
AZ1 Reginald Stiles
HS-7
Sailor of the Quarter
AD1 (AW) Terence Dunbar
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
HM2 Christopher Jones
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AMAN Crystal Johnson
HS-15
Sailor of the Quarter
AZ1 (AW) Cristopher Plumlee
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
SK2(AW/SW) Douglas Scott
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AMAN Brian Beadle
Sea Control Wing Atlantic
Sailor of the Quarter
AM1 Enck Kitchen
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AZ2 Marilyn Fulmore
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down that included a realistic emergency proce-
dure drill aboard an actual P-3C.
NMembers from the Fleet Readiness Center Southeast,
various consolidated maintenance organizations and the
NAS Jacksonville Fire Department worked with the VP-16
S.afety/NATOPS Department to host the day's activities.
Squadron personnel rotated through multiple stations
constructed in Hangar 1000 and on the flight line covering
many aspects of the P-3 environment and its emergencies.
SThese stations included a variety of activities ranging
from land and water survival to executing a simulated
real life emergency egress aboard a smoke filled P-3C.
,When asked his thoughts on what was the most ben-
eficial station, Lt. j.g. Matt McCullough stated, "The
einergency egress was the most beneficial. It was very
valuable to perform the fire of unknown origin emergency
procedure with the smoke because it provided that extra,
obstruction and realism that we do not normally get when
we practice emergency procedures in the plane."
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Command Southeast
Sailor of the Quarter
PS1 Pam Enzenbachner
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
YN2 Toney Kinsey
Air Operations
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
ACAN Erik Skogen
Fleet Readiness
Center Southeast
Shore
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AT1 Jerry Styf
Sailor of the Quarter
AS2 Joycelyn Qalloway
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AE3 Terri Myre
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AEAN Jessica Peterson
Sea
Sailor of the Quarter
AT2 Michael Haber
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AD3 Naquita Foster
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AMAN Robyn Smith
Naval Computer and
Te-l--communi ations Statinn


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Sailor of the Quarter
IT1 Robert Haynes
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
ITSN Glory Smith
Fleet Area Control and Surveillance
Facility Jacksonville
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AC1(AW) Brian Kerns
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AC3 Darrck Yeager
NAS Jax
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
MA1 Barion Haywood
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
MA2 Robert Calabro
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
HM 1 Roy Streicher
Sailor of the Quarter,
.' SK2 Anton Niblett
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
HN Rolando Brooks
Southeast Region
Calibration Center
Sailor of the Quarter
ICI(SW) James Whitehead
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
EM2(SW/AW) Samuel Wondu
Naval Legal Service
Office Southeast
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
MA3 Esther Goodman
Transient Personnel Unit
Jacksonville
Sailor of the Quarter
DCi(SWI Andrae Johnson
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
ABE2 Tanisha Prins
Navy Operational Support Center
Sailor of the Quarter
YN 1 (AW) Shergala Ross
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
SK2 Joshua Tips
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
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planningg your vacation
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By Betn wirurn
Special Contributor
The military offers many resourc-
es to enhance your vacation. And
one of the first places to start is
the Information, Tickets and Tours (ITT)
office. Located at each base ITT can be
one of your first stops for a day trip, tick-
ets to the ballgame, ferry, ski and golf
course tickets, movies and even vacations
- how about an Alaskan cruise?
While ITT offers discount tickets for local
movie theatres, major sporting events, con-
certs and other local attractions they also
provide vacation opportunities. They offer
discount tickets to Florida and California
amusement parks cruises, ski packages
and more. Check them out often and look
for their recreation ticket vehicle near you.
The Morale, Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Department is another resource
that you may overlook when planning
events for the summer. Log on to their
local Web site or contact their office to get
up to date information on trips and tours.
They do the planning, they do the driving,
and we have all the fun! If you are leaving
the area but near a military installation
don't forget to check out their local MWR
for opportunities in that area.
MWR also maintains many campgrounds,
cabins, lodges and even resorts for your
recreational enjoyment throughout the
country and the world. From Pacific Beach
in Washington (a Navy owned resort) or
Shades of Green Hotel (Army) at Florida's
Disney World resort,, or lodges and cab-
ins, both rustic and lavish throughout the
country, or Armed Forces Rec Center in
Chiemesee and Garmisch (Alps) to Hale
Koa Hotel on Waikiki Beach, MWR offers
something for everyone. And, many MWR
locations rent campers, jet skis, boats and
more to enhance your vacation. Call early
for reservations, contact information is
provided below.
Think outside the Navy. When my hus-
band and I traveled from Norfolk, Va. to
San Diego, we planned our trip around
attractions such as Dollywood, Six Flags
over Texas and more. Each stop of our trip
was planned around a local military instal-
lation where possible to utilize their accom-
modations and discount tickets through
ITT. Remember that you can utilize the
services and accommodations from all mili-
tary installations. Staying at the Navy
Lodge can save you 40 percent over the
civilian market. In addition, Navy Lodges
have kitchenettes as standard where you
would pay additional for that at a civil-
ian hotel. The Air Force Inn can save you
even more as fees are based on the rank of
the service member. Families and service
members traveling on orders will have


SPOUSE'S PERSPECTIVE
preference for available housing accom-
modations before the recreational traveler
but that does not mean that you will not
be able to utilize these opportunities. Book
your reservation as early as possible. Some
locations permit reservations one year in
advance, others only 90 days. The key is to
contact them early for their requirements
and reservation/cancellation policies.
My favorite secret is located in New
York City. How does a hotel room in mid-
town Manhattan for, oh, $25 sound to you?
Check out the Soldiers', Sailor's, Marine's
and Airmen's Club. Rates are based on
rank and status (active duty, retired, etc)
but start at $25 per night. Check out their
Web site at www.ssmaclub.org.
My husband and I have stayed in Navy
Lodges in Norfolk, San Diego, Millington,
Tenn. and Bangor, Wash., an Air Force
Inn in Texas, an Air Force campground in
Tucson and an Army TDY Inn in Arlington,
Texas. I was impressed by the consistent
service by the employees and quality of
accommodations.
Below is the contact information for rec-
reational lodging for all branches of the
armed services.
Navy Lodging
Navy Lodge: www.navy-lodge.com
Cabins, Campgrounds & RV Parks: www.
mwr.navy.mil/cabin.htm
Marine Corps
Recreational Facilities: www.usmc-mccs.
org/busops/Lodging/relodginfo.htm
Army
Lodging: www.mwr.com/portal/travel/
lodging/
Cabins, Campgrounds & RV Parks: www.
armymwr.com/portal/travel/travelresourc-
es/lodgingcampingrv.asp
Air Force
Lodging: www.afsv.af.mil/LD/
Coast Guard
Recreation Facilities & Temporary
Lodging
www.uscg.mil/mer/cottages/recreation-
cottages.htm
Armed Forces Recreation Center
Resort hotels: www.armymwr.com/por-
tal/recreationcenters/
If there'are no military facilities within
range of your destination, ITT can often
secure discount civilian room rates. One
final tip, most hotel chains offer a military
discount. Be sure to ask for this discount.
By utilizing ITT for discount tickets and
MWR for lodging your vacation dollars can
provide a memorable and exciting summer
for you and your family.
Questions or comments? Contact Beth at
beth.wiruth@homefrontinfocus.com.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACIKSONVI.LLE., Thursday, May 3, 2007 15


Putting on the shine


By Kaylee LaRocque-
(From left) GM3 Adam Linton, STG3 Cliff McCombs and SKSN Eric Rivera of the NAS
Jax Quarterdeck shine the ship's bell, displayed on the anchors outside Building 1 April
27. The team also spruced up the area around the building.


HURREX: States from Maine to Texas take part'
From Page 1 tain awareness of potential threats specific-
to their area and encouraging families to.
Participants included in the exercise develop preparedness plans. : ,y
are within the Gulf of Mexico, East Coast "Many of us are on tight budgets, but you.
ashore and afloat units and commands don't have to go out and throw thousands,
in port and underway. The area covered of dollars into a hurricane preparedness
in the continental United States includes kit," noted NAS Jacksonville Fire Chief.
states from Texas, along the Gulf Coast, Randy Hall. "Take your empty milk jugsC
and up the East Coast all the way to and fill them up with tap water. If you can,
Maine. All Navy commands with personnel get five or six of them filled up, you'll have'
in those regions or the Caribbean Islands 72 hours worth of drinking water set aside'
are also required to participate in the per- and it didn't cost you a dime."
sonnel accountability phase of the exercise. There are other ways to stock up a hurri-
NAS Jacksonville's crisis managers are cane locker without breaking the bank.
taking steps to improve their response. "Something that will sustain you for
"We've looked at the problems we and 72 hours does not have to be elaborate.
other bases in the region experienced last 72 hours does not have to be elaborate.
year and have made efforts to address.the Vienna sausages, peanut butter and crack-
shortfalls," said Hall. "We ask that evacu- ers are all items that are non-perishable'.
ees utilize the NAS Jacksonville Hurricane and they fit into any budget. Hurricane'
Hotline to call to get information and a preparedness does not cost a lot of money
long-range plan to get essential missions only foresight. Think ahead and have a'
and operational support structures up and plan for your family," said Hall.
running, so we can get people back to work For more information on what you can do
and make sure the base can do its part in to prepare yourself for a hurricane, contact'
our national defense," stated Hall. the NAS Jax Disaster Preparedness Office
Another top priority of the exercise was at (904) 542-5595. The NAS Jacksonville.
to encourage Sailors and families to main- Hurricane Hotline is 1-800-849-6024.


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M I Planner

Mission First, Sailors Always


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 Leagues
Bowling leagues are starting up once again. There will be
various types of teams including mixed men and women's,
youth teams, and two-player teams. If you do not have a
full team but would like to bowl, please stop by or call the
center at 542-3493, the league will place you on a team.

THE ZONE COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for more information.
Czee Cyber Zone Internet access now available
inside the Budweiser Brew House.
LAN gaming, Internet access and more!
15 cents a minute.
Czee Cyber Zone is also located in the second floor lounge
of the enlisted barracks.

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.
Swim Lesson Registration
May 19, 8- 10 a.m.
Baby to adult
$30 military, $35 Department of Defense

Outdoor Pool Grand Opening
May 19, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Come see the renovated pool deck!

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.
The Original Royal Lipizzaner Stallions of Austria
Jacksonville Equestrian Center
May 12 and 13 at 2 p.m.
Adult $11.50, child $6

Sterling Casino Cruise
June 10
Departs at 7 a.m.
$15 per person.

LIBERTY COVE

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

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

Czee Cyber Zone Grand Opening
May 9, 3 p.m.
Win a free Czee Internet card worth $10!

Jacksonville Suns Baseball Game
May 10
Free

Canoe and Kayak Trip down the St. Mary's River
SMay 12
$10 per person.

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

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Freedom Writers (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - Happily N'Ever After (PG)
. Saturday, 7 p.m. - Apocalypto (R)
May 11, 7 p.m. - The Hitcher (R)
S May 12, 5 p.m. - Arthur and the Invisibles (R)


May 12, 7 p.m. - The Queen (PG-13)
May 18, 7 p.m. - Blood Diamond (R)
May 19, 5 p.m. - Charlotte's Web (G)
May 19, 7 p.m. - Primeval (R)
May 25, 7 p.m. - Epic Movie (PG-13)
May 26, 5 p.m. - The Nativity Story (PG)
May 26, .7 p.m. - Stomp the Yard (PG-13)

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

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
May 9 and 22 for active duty.
May 11 and 24 for retirees and Department of Defense
personnel.


Photo by Erica Alvis
From left, Aaliyah Taylor, Nyanna Ortiz-Colbert and Tiffany
Taylor create pastel pies at the Yellow Water Housing Area
Youth Activities Center April 12. The center sponsors a cook-
ing club every Thursday to teach children the importance of
nutrition, mathematics using measuring cups and sanitation
procedures. For more information about the center's activi-
ties, call 237-6993.
All hands golf clinic
May 11, 25 and June 8, 22
4-6 p.m.
Authorized patrons and invited guests
$10 per session included range balls, PGA instruction,
beverages.

Family Golf Clinics
June 5, 19, July 24, Aug. 21 and Sept. 11, 25
4-5 p.m., $10, optional cart fee required.

Beginner Golf School
May 14-18 and Sept. 17-21
9-10 a.m., $75 includes five sessions

Junior Golf Program
Every Sunday April 29 through June 17
2-3 p.m., $15, ages 5-17

Ladies Twilight Clinics
Every Wednesday through July.
5:30-6:30 p.m., $10 per person per session.
18 and older

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

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


New CZee CyberZones


opening at NAS Jax


From MWR

Come celebrate the CZee CyberZone grand open-
ing at the annual Barracks Bash May 9. The new
CyberZones are located in the BrewHouse in The
Zone and in the second floor lounge in the enlisted bar-
racks.
CZee CyberZones feature broadband access to the Web,
instant messaging, Web cams, email and a selection of
popular PC games. Gainers can play hot titles such as
Half Life, WarCraft and Guildwars with each other or
with other gamers on the Net. Word processing, a spread-.
sheet application, image software and color printing are
also available. CZee CyberZones are a great place to relax,
unwind and stay in touch with family and friends any-
where in the world.
The new CyberZones are open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
seven days a week at The Zone and is open 24 hours a
day, seven days a week in the barracks. To use the ser-
vices, customers can purchase a rechargeable membership
card and enjoy special discounts or purchase a tempo-
rary access code. CZee CyberZone accepts cash, VISA or
MasterCard.
During the grand opening celebration, a limited number
of $10 CZee member cards will be given away to attendees
interested in trying out a CZee computer.
For information about the CZee CyberZones, contact
John Garrison at 542-5008.


Volunteer drivers needed


for MWR events

From Staff

The Morale, Welfare and Recreation Information,
Tickets and Travel Office is currently 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 driv-
ers must have a current CDL license and a good driving
record.
For more information, contact Jenny Wallace at 542-
3318, Ext. 8.


YOUTH ACTIVITIES Sit Sta See THEREFORE 9
Call 788-9772 for more information sl .e THOSE WHO
iNEED US. Volunteers
Non-School Day Drop Ins .oo.00.899.0089 ofAmerica-
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Call for fees and times.


Women and Girl's Self Defense Class
Certified Instructor
May 23, 6 p.m.
Free

MULBERRY COVE

MARINA
Call 542-3260.

Skipper "B" Sailing Class
Class 4 - June 1, 2, 3, 9, 10
Class 5 - June 22, 23, 24, 30 and July 1
$150 per person.

Power Boat Training Class
Class 1 - July 28 and 29
$125 per person.


Since 1946, the Guide Dog
Foundation'for the Blind has been
providing guide dogs free of charge
to blind people seeking increased
mobility, independence and the
companionship a guide dog provides.

Qu�ideDo$'
':oundation
For The Blind, Inc."
371 East Jericho Turnpike
Smithtown, NY 11787
1-800-548-4337
www.guidedog.org
a CFC participant
Provided as a public service.


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5443 SAN JUAN AVE.
1179 PARK AVE.
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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
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5391 COLLINS RD.
6260 103RD ST.
7900 103RD ST.
1670 WELLS RD.
5480 COLLINS RD
511 BULLS BAY 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.
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182 BLENDING BLVD.
1441 DUNN AVE
821 BLENDING BLVD
7313 LEM TURNER RD
132 BLENDING BLVD
1548 PARK AVE
634 BLANDING BLVD
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2692 BLENDING BLVD


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5800 RAMONA BLVD JAX
2688 OLD MIDDLEBURG JAX
7603 103rd 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./CONNIE 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
187ARORA BLVD. OP
103RD ST./ HARLOW JAX
5647 ROOSEVELT BLVD. JAX
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Planning military wedding doesn't have to be saber-rattling experience


By Tami Faram
LIFELines


Unlike other areas
military service, th
no steadfast rules
marriage process. Getting
ried by a Navy chaplain r
not much different than
married by a civilian m
priest, or rabbi. The only
ences occur in the way a
chooses to marry.
Military uniforms and t
of Swords/Sabers mostly
mind when couples plan
tional military wedding, bi
chaplains in military char
perform many different t
religious ceremonies.
All active-duty Sailo
Marines, reservists, an
family members, as v
Department of Defense ci
can be married at a militia
pel. A couple can be mar
the base chaplain, another
chaplain with whom th
familiar, or a civilian ordo
perform marriages.
If a civilian minister is
he or she will work with t
chaplain to keep within ii
al church guidelines for p
ing the ceremony. Chape
flowers, photography, vid
ing and events following
mony, such as the Arch of
Sabers, the throwing of b
or release of balloons, ar
tions that may be cons


depending on the specific military
chapel.
Going to the Chapel
of the Since planning a wedding may
here are be one of the most taxing times
in the a couple endures in their initial
ig mar- time together, Navy chaplains are
really is available to help couples begin
getting the marriage process.
minister, When preparing to be married
y differ- by a Navy chaplain, couples are
couple typically asked to begin planning
their ceremony three months in
he Arch advance of their wedding day.
come to Some military chapels, especially
a tradi- popular ones at the U.S. Naval
ut Navy Academy in Annapolis, Md., and
pels can the Chapel of Hope in Newport,
ypes of R.I., hold hundreds of ceremonies
a year. Because of the number
rs and of weddings held at the Chapel
d their of Hope, for example, Cmdr.
rell as Timothy Demy, base chaplain in
civilians, Rhode Island, suggests, "a couple
ary cha- should book a wedding here no
tried by less than 90 days and not more
er Navy than a year in advance."
iey are He added that, before a cou-
ained to ple plans to marry, he must be
advised of the officiator of their
chosen, wedding. A civilian can perform a
Lhe base wedding, as long as the person is
ndividu- ordained to perform marriages.
lerform- "We allow every denomination
1 decor, to be married here," Demy said.
leo tap- Each couple works with him to
a cere- set their own denominations tra-
Swords/ editions for the ceremony and pre-
uirdseed marriage requirements, he said.
e tradi- Although there may be fewer
idered, weddings performed every year


at other military chapels, some
chapels still will book up at cer-
tain times of the year, so no mat-
ter where a couple chooses to
marry, it's always helpful to give
advanced notice to any base chap-
lain.
To reserve a military chapel,
the chaplain will ask a couple to
complete an application. Most
local chapels require a couple to
fill out their application in per-
son, but depending on the circum-
stance, some chaplains will fax
an application to the couple or
receive a couples information over
the telephone.
I'm Getting Married in
the Morning ... or Am I?
When an unexpected call to duty
arises, a Navy chaplain can work
with a couple to speed up the
marriage process. But like many
civilian ministers, Navy chaplains
may caution a couple in making
hasty decisions toward marriage.
If a couple chooses to have the
base chaplain or another Navy
chaplain perform their wedding
ceremony, the Navy chaplain usu-
ally will recommend pre-marriage
counseling.
"Navy chaplains help to pre-
pare couples as much as pos-
sible," said Lt. Cmdr. Mark
Hendricks, chaplain leader of the
Ministries, Policies branch at the
Navy's Chief of Chaplains office
in Arlington, Va. But Hendricks
added that any pre-marriage
counseling is up to the individu-


al chaplain and the couple being
married.
Capt. Stephen Linehan, chap-
lain division director of Plans,
Policies and Facilities for the Chief
of Chaplains office, said pre-mar-
riage counseling helps a couple
improve on communication skills.
This can be especially important
for military couples who experi-
ence long separations while one or
both are on duty at sea.
"We're there to support them
and encourage them, and to get
them to think things through
before they marry," he said. He
also added that it's not just the
long separations military couples
must endure in their marriages,
but the readjustment period that
occurs when one spouse returns
home that can upset a couple's
relationship.
Chaplains will often start the
pre-marriage process by hav-
ing a couple fill out a pre-mar-
riage questionnaire. An example
of the questionnaire is available
on Chaplain Care. Questions
found in the guide help couples
evaluate the strengths and weak-
nesses of their relationship. They
are offered to couples who are pre-
paring for marriage as well as for
those who are already married.
Satin and Lace and Dress Whites
Once a couple has completed the
application for the chapel, they
will meet with the base chaplain
to talk about the type of ceremony
they plan to have and about the


officiator of the ceremony, similar
to the process at the Chapel of
Hope.
A couple who chooses to have
a traditional military ceremony,
complete with uniforms and the
arch of swords/sabers, will simply
talk to the base chaplain about
that. Couples can choose to have
bridal attendants dressed in uni-
forms, tuxedos or suits and some
couples may want to have a mix-
ture of tuxes and uniforms during
the ceremony.
Orthea D. Swartz, author of
the book "Service Etiquette,"
published by the Naval Institute
Press in Annapolis, Md., in 1988,
explains the arch of swords/sabers.
tradition.
"The ushers, when they are
commissioned officers, usually act
as sword bearers, but other offi-
cers may be designated for the
arch of swords/sabers ceremony
following the wedding vows,"
Swartz said. "It is custom for six
or eight ushers (or designated
sword bearers) to take part in a
ceremony." She said a local chap-
lain may furnish the swords or
sabers, or the officers may choose
to bring their own. The sword/
saber bearers may all be from one
of the uniformed services, or there
may be a mixture of military uni-
forms in a wedding ceremony.
No matter what the wedding cer-
emony or traditions, getting mar-
ried by a Navy chaplain can be as
easy as a piece of wedding cake.


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$528
$396
$1,210
$1,342
$704
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$3,938
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$22
$1,980
$396
$550
$704
$4,752
$4,466
$5.060
$5,060
$4,994
$286
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$66
$528
$1,144
$1,628
$220
$1.320
$20.724
$88
$220
$1,254
$1,562
$1,012
$440
$990
$506
$1,012
$9,020
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Navy family at EFMP Conference


By MCCS(SW/AW)
Bill Houlihan
MCPON Public Affairs


CPON(SW/FMF)
Joe Campa Jr.
spoke to more
than 100 Exceptional
Family Member Program
(EFMP) coordinators at
their annual conference in
Millington, Tenn. April 24.
Campa stressed to the
group that the Navy must
live up to its commitment
of supporting all the fami-
lies that comprise the total
force.
"Our Sailors and Marines
need to have faith in us as
an institution," said Campa.
"They need to know in their
hearts that the policies
designed to support them
were made with their best
interests in mind."
EFMP was created to
ensure the special needs of
a Sailor's family member
can be met at a prospective
assignment location.
EFMP enrollment infor-
mation enables Navy detail-
ers to proactively consider
a family member's special
need requirements during
the assignment process and
to pinpoint the assignment
to a location with appropri-
ate resources that address
the special needs.
MCPON acknowledged
that in his experience as a
command master chief he
consistently battled fleet
perceptions of the program
as he discussed enrollment
with Sailors.
"I realize that much
of your job is addressing
career concerns and I know
there's a perception that
enrollment in EFMP can
hurt a Sailor's career," he
said.
" "We know that's not the
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The primary purpose
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Restraining orders on and off base


From LIFELines


If you are the victim of domestic abuse,
you can be protected from your abus-
er both on and off base. Restraining
orders, military protective orders and
child removal orders can help ensure your
family's safety.
A civilian order of protection (COP) is
issued by a state court instructing an indi-
vidual, such as a spouse, to stop harassing
or injuring another person. Each order is
different, but can include directions to stay
away from certain locations, refrain from
contacting the person named in the order
or cease engaging in threatening activities.
COPs are also known as restraining
orders or personal protective orders. A
COP requires the filing of criminal charges
before issuance.
Local law enforcement and civilian courts
are responsible for enforcing COPs. Be sure
the court is aware of any violations.
Law enforcement will handle violations
requiring an immediate response, while
non-crisis violations, such as failure to
make support payments or attend manda-
tory treatment programs, are handled in
court. The court can impose a penalty, such
as a fine or jail time. Violating a COP may
result in a criminal conviction.
COPs are in effect both on and off base;
however, enforcement is not consistent
throughout all military installations.
Military Restraining Orders
There are two types of restraining orders
specific to military.communities: a mili-
tary protective order (MPO) and a child
removal order (CRO). See the Navy Family
Advocacy Program and the Marine Corps
Community Services.
Military Protective Orders
- An MPO is issued by a military unit com-
mander, rather than a court of law. The
order is not a punishment, but a means to
ensure the safety of the parties involved
and allow time to accurately assess the
situation.
! An MPO can direct a service member to
refrain from certain activities, such as con-
tacting the named person in any way, or
the order may require the service member
to vacate the family home, whether on or
off base. While generally issued for a lim-
ited timeframe, an MPO can be continued
at the discretion of the unit commander.
: The original MPO is provided to the


Start right for suc
By Carole Butler
LIFELines


T' I o i have what it
takes to own a
small business?"
is one of the most frequent-
ly asked questions posed
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The U.S. Small Business
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service member, who may be required to
acknowledge receipt of the order in writ-
ing. Copies are provided to the alleged
victim and relevant authorities. The victim
should also be notified when the MPO is
lifted.
The command issuing the MPO is
responsible for enforcement. If the service
member violates the MPO, the command
can impose administrative or disciplinary
action, ranging from reduction in pay and/
or rank to prosecution under the Uniform
Code of Military Justice. Call the base
police if an MPO is violated. The command
will be notified.
MPOs cannot be enforced off base,
although some military installations have
an understanding with local law enforce-
ment to ensure "reporting, support and
cooperation" regarding incidents that occur
off base. If the violation occurs in town, call
the local police and ask them to notify the
military police.
Since civilian restraining orders are
issued by state authorities, you should
get an MPO in addition to a civilian order.
Make sure that the two orders do not con-
tradict each other.
Child Removal Orders
A child removal order (CRO) is issued
by a military unit commander to military
police or other base authorities temporarily
directing the removal of a child or children
from a potentially dangerous situation.
Removal of children from the home is con-
sidered only when it is genuinely believed
that children "may be in imminent danger
of serious mental, emotional, or physical
harm."
A CRO is not a punishment directed at
the parents, but a means to protect chil-
dren and also to protect the alleged offend-
er from further allegations of child abuse.
Copies of the CRO are provided to the
custodial parent, relevant authorities, fam-
ily advocacy representatives and the non-
custodial parent. As with an MPO, the ser-
vice member may be required to acknowl-
edge receipt of the CRO in writing.
Abuse Calls
Military police or the provost marshal's -
office may be called in instances of domes-
tic abuse occurring on base. The Naval
Criminal Investigative Service handles
cases involving suspected child sexual
abuse or extreme physical abuse. Civilian
child protective services are called in all
cases of child abuse.


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Field trip


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Environmental Department Director Kevin Gartland teaches a group of pre-
schoolers from the NS Mayport Child Development Center about the Timucuan Indians,
who once made their home on the land where NAS Jax is now located. The group was
on the base visiting the Black Point Inerpretive Center during a field trip April 27.


Photo by Ray Kelley
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SPORTS STANDINGS


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 3, 2007 "19



JAX SPORTS


Team
CSCWL
VP-30
FRCSE
CNATTU


Intramural


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


As
Wins
7
7
3
4
8
2
1
3
1
0


Losses
0


Wins Losses
3 0
3 1
1 3
1 4


Intramural Softball
American League Standings
As of April 27
Team Wins Losses
Dirty 30 11 1
FRC-SE 9 2
HS-3 5 2
VP-45 7 5
AIMD 500 5 5
PSD 7 6
Naval Hospital 7 7
DET 16 4 6


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA Jax
No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each month.
Meetings are held in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop
is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first
Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For
more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl Aran at
777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers
available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 -
4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an appointment
or for more information, call 269-2945. The chapter
also offers bingo every Saturday at 10 a.m. The
public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active
and Retired Federal Employees invites all active
and retired employees to their regular monthly
meeting the second Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at 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 e-mail 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.

Safety hazard

regarding

hand santizer
From the NAS lax Safety
Office
A anyone using Purell
Hand Sanitizer are
reminded that this
liquid is flammable. This
means if you use the sani-
tizer and come close to an
ignition source, you can
burn your hands.
Since many hand sanitiz- M&_4_.14
ers use alcohol as the kill- =-
ing agent, make sure you "'
read the label to ensure
your safety.
The alcohol evaporates FLY, DRI
very quickly and the poten-
tial of burns disappears Sdturday
with the alcohol, but think y
before you light up or get
'too close to a campfire. jW[l0.E


Ties
1


Soccer Standings
of April 27


ramural Softball
il League Standings
As of April 27


IS


Losses


Ties



7
9


AIMD 900 5
VR-58 4
Intl
National

Team Wir
FACSFAC 7
FLANG 7
CNATTU 9
Lab Rats 7
VP-30 Students
HS-15 4
Fire Department
SERCC 3
CBMU202 2
AIMD 900B 1

Women'

Team Wir
VP-16 4
Lady Divas 3
Naval Hospital 1
TPU 0


Intramural Volleyball Standings'
As of April 27


Team Wins
FRCSE 5
Naval Hospital 4
Air Ops 2
CNATTU 3
VR-58 1
ASD 0


Losses
1
1
0
3
4
4


The local chapter of the Military Officers
Association 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,
National 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 e-mail Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
The sixth annual Fleming Island 5K Run will be
held Saturday at 8 a.m. at Village Square, Fleming
Island Plantation. For more information, call 284-
1808.
The Orange Park Elks Lodge is hosting their
annual Youth Week celebration and carnival May
12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 5920 Collins Road.
The event is free to youths under 18. For more
information, e-mail Dennis Hughes at dhughesii@
hotmail.com.
The Cecil Field Airfest 2007 will be held May 19
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Airiest 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 refreshments will be available. For more
information, call 264-2833.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will hold
their monthly meeting May 19 at 1:30 p.m. at the
Webb-Wesconnett Branch Library, 6887 103rd
Street, Jacksonville. For additional information,
contact Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.
Bring the entire family to The Cummer Museum
of Arts & Gardens for Family Day at the Cummer
May 20 from noon to 5 p.m. and enjoy a free
admission day filled with art, gardens, education
and fun. The museum is located at 829 Riverside
Avenue, Jacksonville. For more information, call
355-0630.
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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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.
Golf meeting coming up
An Intramural Golf summer League meeting will
be held May 16 at 11:30 a.m. at the golf course.
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists. The league will be played on
Wednesday at 8 a.m. Commands having their
athletic officer or designated representative attend
the meeting will receive five captain's cup points.
All interested personnel should attend the meeting
to discuss rules and to get the required paperwork
to join the league.
Softball meeting slated
A Greybeard Summer Basketball League meeting
will be held May 23 at 11:30 a.m. in the Building
850 conference room. The league is open to
all NAS Jax active duty, selective reservists and
Department of Defense personnel age 30 and up.


USO sponsors cake sale
From the USO

(( Tntil Everyone Comes Home."
| That's the motto for the USO
. and Jacksonville's three USO
centers who stand ready to support the
'needs of all service men and women.
Executive Director KC McCarthy is quick
to remind everyone that this support not
only extends to our military personnel but
to their families as well.
The Jacksonville USO has come up
with-an idea on how you can show those
moms whose husbands, sons and daugh-
ters who won't be home how much we care
and appreciate the sacrifices they make on
Mother's Day.
A 'sweef' partnership with Depree Rum
Cakes (depreerumcakes.com) will allow you
to buy one of their award winning cakes for
mom and donate one to be delivered to the


The season is scheduled to begin in June. All
interested personnel should attend the meeting to
discuss rules and to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Basketball meeting planned
An Intramural Summer Basketball League meeting
will be held May 23 at noon in the Building 850
conference room. The league is open to all NAS Jax
active duty, selective reservists and Department
of Defense personnel. The season is scheduled
to begin in June. All interested personnel should
attend the meeting to discuss rules and to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
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.


to honor Mother's Day
many families on the First Coast whose
loved ones won't be home for Mother's Day.
Each rum cake is available for $15 with
all proceeds going to support the work of
the Jacksonville USO. For an additional'
contribution of $15, the USO will deliver
your rum cake to one of our many military
families.
To order your Depree Rum cake simply
log on to usojax.org, download the form,
then mail it with your donation or fax with
your credit card information to:
Greater Jacksonville Area USO
Building 1050 Box 108
NAS Jacksonville, FL 32212-0108
Fax - (904) 542-5214
The cakes will be available for pickup
starting May 7 from the NAS Jax and
Mayport Road USO locations.
For more information, call 778-2821.


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utilities, 8 miles SOUTHSIDE Warehouse
from NAS Jox. $350 * Baker Condo Units for sale/
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w/Mictoria Lakes, caiLR M l $3000/mo.L
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CAREGIVER - FT, for
elderly couple, live-in
pref'd, M-F or wknds
Solary-bnfts. 904-477-8002






w/ warehouse duties.
Entry level, S8hr.
Apply in person at
The Parts House 10321
Fortune Parkway, Bldg
400. Drug Free wkpic
FLAT BED/ STEP DECK
Class A cdl, reg & OTR 0700
/ $1200up. lyr min OTR
exp. Steady work. HIth ins.
Home wknds. 810-267-1811






VETERINARY
RECEPTIONIST
Experienced in Avimark
System a plus. Contact:
mi ramoranimalhospital@
yahoo.com





NEW & EXCITING
UPSCALE THAI
RESTAURANT/BAR
Seeking motivated &
experienced staff:
Servers, Hostesses,
Bartenders, Bussers, &
Line Cooks. Please
call 827-1150/838-6979





Electricians and Helpers.
Long term Jax projects.
Commercial & Industrial.
Local contractor.
Paid vacations, paid holi-
days and Health Insur-
ance. Call 904-779-1755


INSULATION
INSTALLERS
Needed. Exp pref, but
not nec. Must hove good
driving record and able
to pass drug test,
Apply in person:
5808 Mining Terr. 32257

PLASTERERS &
LABORERS
Must have experience.
McIntyre Exteriors, Inc.
249-3049








needed for large mobile
the Westside. Great
Benefits. Must have
truck for transportation.
call 781-0441 fax 781-2888







HOME HEALTH AID/
CAREGIVER - FT, for
elderly couple, live-in
pref'd, M-F or wknds
Salary+bnfts. 904-477-8002

HOSPITAL AUDITOR
needed to reylew rein-
bursment for managed
care contracts. Exp.
pref'd. Fax 904-288-8811





1st Class Marine Joiner
Carpenters starting pay
$16/hr; 2nd Class Marine
Carpenter $13/hr. Call
985-397-4339. Also Marine
Insulators starting pay
$14/hr. All Jax area
loc's. Call 985-518-8942


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ADMINISTRATIVE
SPECIALIST
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ate opportunity for an
Administrative Special-
ist to ioin one of the
areas most prestigious
and best employers.
Our firm is currently
looking for a profes-
sional Administrative
Specialist to perform
administrative duties
for the Air National
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area.
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and under General
Non-Technical positions,
and locate lob # 0507489.
EOE/AA



Volunteers Neoded

$2.65 hr stipend, mileage,
must be at least 18.
Call 904-807-1200.





DANCERS NEEDED
PARADISE ISLAND
Call 998-3111
DANCERS NEEDED
$$1o0$$
PAID DAILY
Passion 641-5033
DANCERS DANCERS
$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
DANCERS ,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757.7370


DJ,DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
641.5033
SERVERS & LINE COOKS
Lunch & Dinner
Apply at Coaffe Andiamo
500 Sowgrass Village Dr.
Ponte Vedra 280 2299
Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399.1110



TV TECH - NEEDED
start at $8.00/hr. Apply
at Edgewood TV 845 S.
Edgewood Ave., Jox.
32205. Call 904-384-6441




NEED MONEY FAST???
Drive Yellow Cab.
Make as much as you
need! Must have good
background.493-5250 dfw





SUPPLY ANALYSTS
Local position. Respon-
sible for inventory,
material identification,
documentation of haz-
ardous material. Local
& regional travel req'd.
F/T Temp. position for 6
mos. Exc pay. FED-
LOG, DOD Instructions,
Qualifications: Ex
AK/SK E6 and above.
Call Joe Cruz (757) 473
9952 or email resume to
jivcruz@psclechnology.com



Duval County Area
in-home care
by VISITING ANGELS.
Providing the best
caregivers for meal prep,
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TOMASCELLI S
You name i1 - e 'll eii
it..affordably.. 27 yrs
exp. Lic. & Ins. 379-5614




SUNSHINE CLEANING
I will meet your need
weekly, biweekly,
monthly. Call Elizabeth
Lic/12 yrs 225-0462





A Quality Concrete
Company by S.B. Brown
Specializing in driveways
patios, sidewalks, parking
lots. Call 614-5040




DC FENCE
Specializing in repairs
and insfallation of new &
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Lawn Molintenance.
Landscaping sod, mulch
'Clean ups' 537 2567
MMMLawn corn



BEST MASSAGE in JAX
Go W. on 103rd St. pass
McManus Rd. #MM14752
A.C. Bloom Call me.




PaPne in IysePa s, FR
All Professional Painting &
Waterproofing Services Int
& ext, resid & comm, lic &
ins 28 yrs exp, refs, FREE
estimates - Quality work
1096 off oil lobs 904-786-9827

RAY BULLOCK
PAINTING -DRYWALL
REPAIRS
904 384-6032




TIM'S TREE SERVICE
WILL BEAT ANY
REASONABLE PRICE!
Licensed & Insured
904-545-7648 771-7268


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2 FREEZER GE
CHEST 7CF $100-
Upright Kenmore 5
cf $50- both $125
almost new will deliver
282-6466
4, Dishwasher and
Range both Whirl-
pool $150 each or
$225 for both OBO
Call Vitto at 904-535-1100,
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pan 5 cu s. , usea
but works excellent
$45 00.
Call Paul 620-9387
4 Microwave, very
Good condition. $45;
4 Toaster Oven,
Nearly New, $30;
Rival Mest Slicer $30
Call 904-771-2917
REFRIGERATOR
white, Amana, bottom
freezer, roll out drawer,
ice maker, mint cond. $
450 call 268-1279
SStove/Oven World-
pool Cream Color,
came with house,
works great $150
OBO. 912-673-8560
SWasher & Dryer
Kenmore. Heavy
Duty. Both $50.
Works goad.
655-1427 or 771-1353
WASHER & DRYER
Kenmore, good cond.
$235 both 904-838-5411
4, Washer and Dryer
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Football, Basketball.
Exc. Cond. Entire Collect.
912-576-8652




TV Samsung 52" TV
model PCK520R, 6
years old, excellent


WALKMAN RADIOS
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ORANGE PARK
Near Cracker Barrel,
Gretchen's Hallmark
Warehouse Sole. Save
Up to 90% off on retail
prices on Overstocks,
Seconds, & Discontin-
ueds. Fri 9am 4pm & Sat
9am. 1pm CASH ONLY!
WESTSIDE BIG SALE
Fri. only 8-? Furn., HH
& Misc. 8669 Moss Haven
(COUNTRY CREEK)
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA




4 Craftsman Mulcher
Self-propelled mower,
. 6.0 BTS, 22" gear-drive
transmission, Ball
bearing rear wheels. Tuned.
S125.00 912-729-2928

,. Lawn Mower,
Yazoo, Big Wheel,
$ nJ100, Weed Eater
Lawn Mower, Big
Wheel, Bagger, Self
Propelled $140 Call
338-1264


4, Antique Lone Cedar
Chest Pedestal Legs
ornate wood carv-
ings. 100+yeors old
with cedar smell, dark
wood. $600 912-576-8652
BED A Bargin
Brand New Pillowtop Sets
Queen 5110 King S250
Memory Foam from $340
Can Deliver. 904-674-0405
BED Abatement special.
$80 Qn pillow top new
w/warr. 391-0015
BED A Brand Name Full
set $129, new w/war in
plastic. 391-0015 Can del
BED A cherry sleigh,
Solid wd set $375. Retail
$950. 858-9350.Can deliver
BED Queen Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set, New in Plastic,
Must sell S110 904-674-0405
BEDROOM 6pc CHERRY
SET. New, still in boxes
$499. CAN DEL. 391-0015
Blinds Vertical,
white excellent
condition. Double
French Door Size.
$50. Triple Door Size $75.
Both $100. Call
904-264-9984
4, BLINDS- Vertical
White. Exc. Cond.
Double French
Door size $50.
Triple Door $75. Both
$100. 264-9984
4 Cabinet Curid
Brown with Mir-
S rored Back, side
opening glass
shelves, 6 ft. tall, Like
New. $100. Call
904-264-9984
O CABINET Curio
Brown w/ mirrored
S backside. Opening
glass shelves. 6 ft.
tall. like new. $100.
264-9984.
4 CABINET- Storage
Ifor tapes, cd's,
dvd's. Lockoble
doors, wood groin.
39" Tall. Like New, #45.
268-2482
COUCH & LOVESEAT
Brand new in crate! List
$1600, sell $499. Stain
resist. Can del. 858-9350

DARK WOOD
ROLL TOP
DESK I
I EXC. COND.
$500 573-9344 OR
762-5998

,S L .: ;" -r,_rr . t'.,.':.:.
a solid wood, comes
with nice chair. $250
OBO 614-6820
SDesk Professional,
Solid Oak, 5 draw-
ers with slide out
for keyboard, worth
$1250-$2500 asking $400.
904-997-1289
4 Dining Room Table,
Beveled Glosstop,
5'x 3', w6 chairs,
-will em photo.
Call-220-5199 or 221-5479
pspeevack@comcast.net
, DINING ROOM SET
9 PIECE. Braoyhill Fon-
ltana. 6 choirs, serving
hutch, chino cabinet.
S500. Exc. Cod. 287-4565.
Dresser nine draw-
ers, mirror sits
atop, two shelves
k*leach side, light in
top, Ask $30. Call
912-729-1677
Ent Ctr. Oak, holds upto
32"TV, (3) section, adi.
shelves $150. 249-0307
HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
TURE FOR SALE
HUNTER GREEN
LEA THEIR SOFA &
LOVE SEAT m800.00,
DINING ROOM TABLE
(WHITE WASH OAK)
1500. QUEEN BED.
ROOM SET INCLUDED
BED, 2 NIGHTSTANDS,
DRESSER W/MIRROR,
AND 5 DRAWER
CHEST190DO. CORNER
COMPUTER DESK
650. 27 INCH RCA TV
1100. FOR MORE INFO
CALL 219.7149
MATTRESS Mem.foam
Brand name SET new w/
worr $379 398-5200 con del
MATTRESS KING SIZE
New, Still in Plastic, $185
904-674-0405
MATTRESS Queen Plush
Set. Brand New in plastic
$125 Must sell 984-474-0405

SRecliner-, Tan,
microfiber - $200 0




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_91L�LTOP DESK

771-0470 or 434-1952
, SINK - Stainless
Steel. Double w/
faucet. Good Cond.
$45. 264-9984.
A Sofa and Loveseat
S Loose Pillow Back
Multi-colored. $250; 3
upholstered barstools


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i oveseat (85" & 66")
Plus wing choir
recliner. All for $550.
Steal. 241- 6170
Sofa white $150
OBO; Coffee Table
o white glassitop, $30
OBe , TV stand $20
OBO, dining room table
w/ chairs $150 OBO Call
614-6820
4 STORAGE CABINET
Fur DVD's, CD's, or
Toes. Lockble Doers,
ood Groin, 39" tall
Like Newn Reduced b45
208-2482.
4, STORAGE CabInet
for Videos/Discs.
Woodg rain, blocking
daoor. Eedc Cond.
$45 268-2482




Walden Ct. Furn, ste-
reos, TVs, "82 Honda 750.
Eagle Harbor MOVING
SALE Sat 5/5. 7A-12N.
1750 Fiddlers Ridge Dr.
FLEMING ISLAND
Community Sale,
Habersham Harbour,
Sat May 5, 8-noon. CR 220
nr Whitey's Fish Camp.

.. Subdivision - Sug-
\j,,armill. Sat (5/5) 305
Hunt Club 8o-2p. 6'
Dining table, chest of
drawers, pokertbl.,
weight equip., computer
components & monitor,
electronics, art/decor.
904-576-2974
4, Middleburg.
Fri-Sat. 4.5. 9 AM
v 1431 Long Bay Rood
Moving Sale. Furni-
ture, Tools, lots of
items.
Middleburg 3 Family
turn, bedding & more!
Sot 8am 1879 Alberta Ct.
Orange Park Fri May 4th
9-1. 301 Foxridge Rd,
Remodel Sale appli turn


* Adopt a Pet
* Pets & Supplies
* Livestock & Supplies
* Animals Wanted




30 GAL. FISH TANK
with 2 Lg Gold Fish
and accessories S60.
Yulee 904-294-7033
S55 Gallon Fish Tank
with stand $75, best
t comes with acces-
series, needs to be
resealed on bottom,
easy to do 904-997-1289
American Pit Bull Pups
blue & white UKC reg.
$500. 904.509 0002
Australian Shepherd Pups
CKC, S/w H/C, $400.
912-537-8199/ 912-293-3663
BEAGLES PUPS
$1 50, shots & wormed
912-276-4809


4, Hot Springs Spa
Vista, portable, 6
person spa. OBO
904-563-7750




4 14K Ladies Diamond &
Sapphire Ring Size 6,
$375 14K 1CT 7 stone
Ladies Diamond Wed-
ding Bond. Size-6 6S750
269-1478



SBarbie Four Wheeler 6
VOLT rechargeable
battery and charger
$75.00; also Barbie 20
inch bicycle. $30.00 Coll
504-8430
4, Girls 12" Chopper
Style bicycle with
training wheels
pink and purple
excellent condition.
$25.00 334-7547 Angela
SLittle Tikes 8-in-1
playset great condi-
Ltion large playset
slight sun fading,
$200.00 OBO Call Angela
334-7547
. Little Tykes Large
Toy Box with Lid,
great condition S20.
Call 904-264-9984



POWER WHEEL CHAIR
Dalton Elexus w/control-
ler/charger. lndr/Outdr
$1200ob0. 252-6890




65" HD Mitsubishi
4 Wide Screen Dia-
mond Series Televi-
sion. 975.00 OBO
874-5677
SA/C 5050 BTU Gold-
,star, good condi-
tion, clean, runs
wel . 40. Call
421-0910.
SArmoir/TV cabinet
L :r.^. r-oar.


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pictures, comforters,
blankets, sleeping bags.
772-7795 or 803-6617
Deep Steam Car-
Spet Cleaner Hoover .
Dual V.. Used 3
times. $150.00
269-5083.
Ent. Center Bray- -
hill. 5 shelves
enclosed by glass
door; retractable
wooden doors hide TV;
nice condition. $150.
421-0910.
EXCARGO Car Topper-
$110; 5 pc rattan set
$125; camp equip $100;
lawn mower, blower/
vac $25 ea. 268-5477
4 andmade Wood
Barbie Four Poster'
1Beds, American
Girl Poster Beds'.
$20.00 Call 223-7011
Highlander Macleod
Sword, good condi- *
t l tion, $200 OBO;
Arabian Saber, s
Keltic Dagger Each $100 '
:300 FOR ALL THREE .

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Exerciser Fold-up
HealthRider Exer-0
ciser Both for $100. Call
287-57866 -
Piano Console
Evereti
Mahgoany,good
condition. $400.00
904-220-7886 '4
Refrigerator Whirl-
pool, 2 front doors,
front ice machine,
water filtration sys-
tem, S600; Computer
Monitors, Sony
AudioN/Video
Control Center
Printer and mare
Call 772-7795 or 803-6617
SSports Equipment
Coll ctor Item
Original "Nordi-
k track Pro" Make
Offer 2-TVs, Computer
Monitor, Printer, Scan-
ner, Rotisserie,
Lots More. 220-6489
4 VAC Hoover
Windtunnel Twin
Chamber VGC,
$75.00 Call 269-5083

WHITE SINGLE :
STEEL GARAGE i
DOOR 9'X 7'&
EXTREME WIND
LOAD STRUTS. ,
NEW IN
BOX - $275
CALL 445-8100 OR
260-6r761

4, 9OR9K LIGHT 100
WATT HALOGEN
LAMP. Height and
tilt adjustable.
Folds for storage.
Excellent Condition. $12
268-2482



SBlack Five Piece
Enforcer Dorum Set
Like New. $225.00 or
best offer. Call
912-729-5935 or 912-673-7285
Classical Guitar, made in r
Spain, Raimundo #146,
with hard-shell case
$595. 904-415-0075a
Peavey Eddie Van Halen
5150/212 combo amp, still
386-362-6775
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714.0141 .

T1 Evereti
Mahgoany,good **
condition. $400.00 .
904-220-7886 �
SPIANO Stoddard "
1895, needs minor'4"
restoration 5400 U 'a
I Houl. 904-997-1289 -




A Dive Gear, BC 3.
4 Regulators.Weights, ,_
3X Wet-suit, 3X -
Skin All New. Call '"
Dan 221-5912 $400 OBO e
HUNTING LEASE .
Wilcox Co. 176 acres, ,
1/2 wooded, 1/2 crop land, ,
utile avail. 52200 per year,





by 8ft. BIk. $350.
i1/OBO Co 476-1433
a- 3r746760. ___


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Paid training
* Medical Plan
* Outgoing and great attitude needed
* Part time or Full time Sales
Make your future happen now!
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Antique & Contemp BR,
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Sterling, Jewelry, Royal
Dalton, tools, etc. Wed.,
4p-7p. Thur., Fri., 9a-4p
14380 Pelican Bay Ct. off
San Pablo near Beach
www.blangston.com








22 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONViI.LE, Thursday, May 3, 2007


Aussies to Yorkies
T Big Puppy Sale v
$499 - UP
over 40 to choose
Italian Greyhound, Corgi
Boxer, Dachshund
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646
BICHON RISE PUPPY
$600. 4 months old female
904-545-4655
BOSTON TERRIERS
1 F/2M, 9 WK OLD AKC
$350. CALL (306)431-1065
BOXER PUPPIES, AKC,
POP, born 2/25 4M,
Beautiful & loving. $500.
904-778-8130 / 904-813-8713
BOXERS PUPS
Purebred, w/papers,
Coll 904-887-3332
CHI-A-POMS, CKC, Tiny
Designer Purse Pups
$400, 2M. 262-6200.
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
1/male I/female $200 each
12 weeks 904-403-5773
COLLIE PUPS, 12 wks
old, M/F, sable/white &8
tri-color/ health cert.
$400. 386-208-4336
4 FISH TANK
Cherry Wood. 125 Gal.
w/ fish supplies incl.
You must see to
believe. Kim 778-2464
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPPIES Beautiful &
healthy, M&F, AKC,
Ready Mid-May $450ea.
904-315-1480
JACK RUSSELL PUPS
$250. shots & wormed
912-276-4809
Jack Russells reg chipped
352-595-4072
www.butterballfarm.com
JACK RUSSELL PUPS
shots & wormed, 3F/2M,
$300. 505-6628
LAB PUPPIES,
AKC, POP, S/A, $250.
229-532-4864 / 912-389-0234
LAB PUPS-AKC, boxhead
Champion & K9 Deputy
bloodline. $400-$500
taking dep. 904-613-0043
LAB PUPS yellow, Eng.
block head, AKC M/F
$400. 904-334-4860 234-4637
LAB PUPS AKC/shots,
$300. Black 2M/2F, 8wks
Call Suzanne 904-309-3712
Labradoodle Pups 1st
generation, blk, 8wks
old, HC $700 386-663-7786
Maltese Pups- 2males,
CKC, $695. ready now
904-705-9134 Middleburg
MALTESE - AKC, 2 M, 1
F, 1st shot, HC, trained.
POP. YORKIE - AKC,
M, 4 months old.
All shot, trained.
Call 904-744-8154
Pit Bull Puppies. Staffs.
8 weeks old. Parents on
site. $250. 904-707-5168
POODLES - Toy, CKC,
9wks, 2blk Males, 2
cream Males. 912-276-4141
Pug Puppy Registered, 1
Females Fawn $400ea
Call to see at 904-683-0922
PUGS, taking dep's, CKC,
fawn & black, avi 5/5.
Call 904-233-2347


ACROSS
1 E.R. personnel
5 Concrete strip
9 Ignoramus
14 Mary Kay rival
15 Groovy!
16 Marketplace for Plato
17 Carvey or Ivey
18 "The King and I"
heroine
19 Gooey lumps
20 Work perk
23 More cunning
25 _-pitch softball
26 Barnyard digs
27 Cow's chew
28 Stat!
32 Rope-a-dope poet
34 Passes with panache
36 Cry's companion
37 Something to hit at a
fiesta
41 Imminent catastrophe
44 Fourth-year student
45 Had a bite
46 Travel before takeoff
47 Kind of hole or holder
48 Bonanza vein
50 Scottish negative
51 Coral or Cortez
54 Beer container
56 Bottomless pit
58 Wiggle room
63 See eye to eye
64 Slow flow
65 Diamond Head's site
68 Paper amounts
69 Rani's garb
70 Stair
71 Romantic rendezvous
72 Impetuous ardor
73 Sawbucks


DOWN
1 Pop equivalent
2 Eggs
3 Share a secret with


SCHAPSO PUPS: Lhasa
Apso/Mini Schnauzer
Mix. $150. 904-237-8265
Schnauzer Miniature
ACA rare Choc. & Black
M/F Puppies, 1st shots,
breed registry & puppy
kit . $ 8 0 0 e a c h
904-824-4594 St. August-
ine
Schnauzer Mini 1 male
$400 Hfemale $450 , AKC,
SW, tails & dewclaws
clipped, 1lwks. 372-9027
Yorkshire Terrier Male,
15wks, petite, 2 Ibs, will
stay small, nice coat,
sweet disposition, great
little companion, CKC,
$950. Call 904-714-0781


Boats
Sailboats
Boat Dockage &
Rentals
Marine Equipment
and Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's and Supplies
Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
Antiques/Classics
Automobiles
*Tucks/Tfailers/SUV's
Vans/Buses
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Tirucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease



Paddle Boat with
Canopy used 2 times;
$450 OBO Coil 269-2258
for more Information.
SELL YOUR BOAT
AT NO COST TO YOU?
* WE CAN *
Salter Marine, Inc.
904-284-0155
XL 1200 LTD 1999,
Waverunner
t 3-seater Jet-ski, 155
HP, 72 hrs, Yamaha
w/ cover & trailer looks
& runs great $4400 Cell
904-537-1015
17' Carolina Skiff DL
X2004 - w/ 40 hp Yamaha
motor, fuel & oil
infected, center console.
Garage kept, excellent
condition. Minn Kota
Riptide Saltwater, Ship
to Shore Radio, GPS/
Fishfinder, livewell,
cooler seats, 2 Bimini
Tops, ladder. Asking
payoff of $11,000.00.
904-291-3122
C Century 1901 Bay Boat
i 2000 115HP, Yamaha 4
SlJtroke Binica Top
Trailer, 24V T-motor
X-Cond. $13,900 284-5587


19' REGAL '06,CD stereo
dry docked, 60hrs on
water, must sell fast,
moving. $17,500. 207-9619
20' GRADY WHITE W/A
'p7; Yamaho 225-4 stroke
'02, new trailer, new
bracket, exc cond,
$22.500. 904-389-5279
CENTURY 2000
1901 Bay Boat. 115
hp n Yamaha
,4-Stroke, Bimini
Top. Trailer 24V
T-Motor. exc. Cond. $12,
900. 284-5587.
B Bayliner, 2005
great, canopy
$13,500- call 612-6646
21 ft. Bayliner 205
04' Bowrider
Immaculate, 5.3
MerCruz, Stainless
Prop. Less than 40
hours. MUST GO! !
$17,400 Call Danny
514-3156

SHEARWATER
22CC 2007
YAAAAHA 150
4 stroke,
56 gallons,
only 30 hour on
the motor
GPS 498 floot on
trailer,
5 months old,
all electronics
trolling motor
$42,500
904 282-6548





AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462.3039
1-800-541-6439
Coachman 5th Wheel
28ft. Older. Good Con-
dition. New Ref & heat.
$2000 0BO
Kathy 904-284-0047
4 DAMON DAYBREAK
1997 $21.000. 454 Chevy
' Engine. Queensized
Island. Bed w/ storage.
No Pets, No Smoker. TV w/
connection. 38k miles. 'Exc,
282-9745.
4 Damon Daybreak
30 foot 1997, 454
Chevy engine, Wide
Body, Recreational
vehicle, excellent condi-
tion, 38K miles, no pets,
no smoking, queensize
island bed with storage,
TV with connection
$21,000 282-9745 Middle-
burg, Florida.
) DUTCHMAN 29Q
S2005 Pac N-Play 4
RlRear bunks, front
queen hitch setup
included. Great condi-
tion. $12,900 912-467-3426


4) FLEETWOOD
Prowler- 24' Travel
Trailer. Good cond.
3 yr. appliances,
new door. great for
camping, hunting $5000.
571-0459.
SFLEETWOOD
WILDERNESS
25' 2005 Loaded, Like
New, 6' Slide out, 18'
Awning, Must GO, T.O P,
Coil Keith 912-673-6303
RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
New & Pre-Owned RVs
We Finance * Take Trades
x '07 Travel Trailers-No
Money Down W.A.C.
Starting 0 $149/Mo.
X '07 5th Wheels S209/Mo.
x Pre-Owned Pop Up $86/Mo.
w/ Slide
X '07 Slide In Camper $137/Mo.
I'm Going to Make You an
Offer You Can't Refuse-Try
and Beat These Prices!
(904) 7149939






ARTIC CAT (50)
4 WHEELER.
EXCELLENT CON-
DITION AND RUNS
GREAT CALL FOR
MORE INFO
$900(9041) 219-7149
S BAJA `00 CC
DIRT 81KE d00i
S .-. . : . :.
UBU 542-2445 ^-ld1
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Ultra Classic '05, Full
warr $17k. 206-419-7013
4 HD Road King 1998.
5K. Rebuilt Engine.
Fully Chromed.
New Forks. $10K.
Firm. Must See!
673-8733.
Honda Motor Bike
CRC150 2005 Like
tLNew. $2000 or OBO.
778-8977
HONDA VALKYRIE '99
16kmi, new tires, asking
$8300. 904-742-1377
TOMOS MOPED '95.
NOT RUNNING-
NEEDS POINTS.
CALL FOR
DETAILS. $400.00
CALL 260-6761
OR 316-4229
YAMAHA VINO 125
2006. Scooter. Only 890
miles. 70+ MPG!
Windshield & Cover.
Exc. Perform. $2000. 221-7574




S2-MG Midgets, One
Running Parts or
Project car. Man
Extras. Serous Offers.
Call Brad 616-1352


Jax Air News


C ro ssw o rd By Alan P. Olschwang Huntington Beach, CA


4 Marching drum
5 Check a bar code
6 Drawn-out
7 Top-notch
8 Lets the cat out of the
bag
9 Tom Cruise film
10 Eye amorously.
11 Places for shingles
12 Planet's path
13 Thoroughly
unpleasant

21 A Gershwin
22 Slipped away, as time
23 Strikebreakers
24 Filthy money?
29 Abbreviate
30 Wiedersehen lead-in
31 Piano feature
33 Part of MIT
35 Clip
38 Be that as it may
39 Home state for Dubya


42 Most bonkers
43 Figure skater Midori
49 Sense organ
51 Chic
52 Geared up
53 Panoply
55 Silly person


59 Precious stones
60 Stable youngster
61 Poet Pound
62 Restraining influence
66 Female lobster
67 High times


Last Week's Answers

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MU HOFTHETIME


URNSiNEARS NERD
M A T E TE N ET I D Y L


ACURA RSX '06
Leather, sunroof,
CD. $17,900
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(y ACURA TL '06
Navigation, CD,
sunroof. $30,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f BMW 325i '05
Sedan. Extra Low
Miles, Fully Eqpt.
$25,890 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 325i '05 Coupe
Only 25K. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(7 BMW 325i '04
Blue/tan. $16,660
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
cs BMW 325i 06 Fulli'
equipped like new
. 9,31 0
9980012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMW' J30Ci 04
Cons Extra low
mi ldhr CD i30,990
998 0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(y BMW 330ci 05
Convertible
Lealher CD pre
mmm pkg 132.890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
996-0012
. BMW 5251 '06
White tan, like new
$36,840. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


A) BMW 735 1985
Leather, sunroof, fully
loaded, tinted windows,
great condition, runs
great, new transmission,
new radiator. Colll 241-5394
SBMW Z4 2.5 '03
One owner, like
new. $19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBUICK Le Sabre
2001 PGA Tour Edi-
tion, Fully Equip.
Leather, CD, Con-
cert Surround Sound,
New Tires, 81K
912-288-3321





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NIMNICHT
CHEVROLET
1550 CASSAT AVE
(904) 507-9492
(904) 387-4041

Chevorlet Impala
SS 1996, Real SS
with LT1 Classic.
Very good condi-
tion. Hate to sell. Must
go. 10,500 OBO. 803-6283


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600


AUDI JACKSONVILLE
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000



BENTLEY- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando FI 407-339-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
95i AtlanI BI..c 725-0911
14 e13r,-1, Bk'Jd .777-2500



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S:.e Snnis 264-4502
KEY BUICK
4t,0) outsidee Bird. 642-6060



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
470() ,:..ulr1ide Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7')' Bldri.jii Blvd 778-7700
PARKER CADILLAC
43 San .r1,il 9,1Aug (904)824-9181



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
1(1880 Prhilips Hy 260-T777
CREST CHEVROLET
8261 MecIl Rd 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Greer, CIAiE Sprriq, 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1 i 6i Blirlirg Blv 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
t.0i F Prilips Hwy 398-3036
PINEVIEW CHEVROLET
M, -var.ISiy 259-6117

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Be �,:t Bld 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEVY
I 550 assa Ave. 387-4041



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


ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


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Bring in this ad for
extra savings!
Military and First
Time Buyers
Welcome!
Want to be treated
like family, come to
NIMNICHT
CHEVROLET
1550 CASSAT AVE
891-3898
S 387-4041


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.fioutobody.com
Phone: 904-264-7173
4 Chrysler Sebring
LXT '95-138k miles,
Si g ood oncditlon,
$2500, 215-4441


Leather, Sunroof, AT,
Total Power, Chrome
Wheels, Low Miles!


499 Down & Delivered


tAfasuL'r Oimmne $LS 69 Per Week (wac)

Guaranteed Credit Approval. 2 yr Bumper to
Bumper Warranty Available,
Family Owned and Operated
- Lower Overhead for Better Quality & Price!


BL CHAMPION MOTORS


5673 Normandy Blvd.
688-0780
www.championmotors.org


SCHEVROLET
CORVETTE 2000,
t 26,000 miles, pew-
ter, black interior,
6-spd, always garaged,
many upgrades, has
most options, immacu-
late, $26,500. 228-9068
fT CHEVROLET
CORVETTE '05.
Yellow/black Cony.
6spd, Naov., chrome
wheels. $47,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

CHEVY HHR '06
Leahter, CD.
Beautiful! $17,380
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
g CHRYLSER PT
CRUISER Limited
'05. $14,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

C CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER CONV
'05. Only 20,000
miles. $15,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER CROSS-
FIRE '05. Red, convert-
ible, loaded, 17K miles.
$22,999. Call 899-5853


4 CHRYSLER SEBRING
1997. Convertible. Very
, Cleon. Leather.
ASV'/FM Cassette. Runs
Great! Must See! 339-1885.
Dodge Grand Cara-
van SE '05 23,000
OB miles one owner.
LLike new $15,895
OBO 912-882-1374 or
912-679-3594
� FORD TAURUS
SEL'06. Leather,
CD, sunroof $12,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 GEO METRO Con-
vertible, Red,
2-door, Gas Saver,
Low Mileage, Near
Perfect condition,
Cute as a button,
$3200 OBO 220-6489
y HONDA ACCORD
EX COUPE '04
Spoiler, SR. $15,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 HONDA Accord LX
1996. Sedan 4 Cyl.
Auto. All Power.
Exc. Gas Mil. Great
Student Veh. $5000.
294-6946
� HONDA CIVIC
HYBRID '06. Nov.,
AT, like new $20,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


HONDA CIVIC '05
Coupe. Only 34,000
miles. $14,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A HYUNDAI ACCENT
'07 ONLY 7K.MI.
$12,995
Volkswagen of Orange
Park 1481 Wells Road
269-2603

Hyundai Elantra
SGLS 2001, Sedan, 4
tV DR, Auto, 86,000
miles, new tires,
4,500 0 Be Call
912-242-2254
f JAGUAR S-TYPE
R" '03. CD, navi-
gation, sunrf, 20"
chrome whls. $30,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

7 JAGUAR
VANDEN PLAS '04
Like new cond, only
20,000 miles. $35,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

JAGUAR XJ8 '04
"LOADED" DEEP
BLACK PAINT,
VERY CLEAN S36,995
Volkswagen of Orange Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603


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All Major Credit Cards/ATM
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SATURN OF AVENUES
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SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071
SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200



SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



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1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700
CITY SUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
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ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. ' 302-6762
COGGIN TOYOTA -AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100
LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
O'STEEN VW
11401 Philips Hwy. 322-5100
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVO&
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486


PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694


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www.beachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

Lexus of Jacksonville

Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

Tom Bush BMW
9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St 356-6491






JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000

WORLD IMPORTS
www.wordimportsusa.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


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St. Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK

FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. ' .25-3060,.
MIKE SHADfORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. . 777-3673



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


COGGIN HONDIA ON ATLANRC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy 1 S. 1-800456-1689
DUVALHONDA
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900
LOU SOBH HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300

LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277


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


ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


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


MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421

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


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


LAMBORGHINI - ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/OrlandoFI 407-339-3443


MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000

NH IFLORIDA U MERCURY

4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIFFIN UNCOLN MERCURY




LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
w. lotusofjacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


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



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
1J0231AtanticBlvd. 724-1080



TOM BUSH MINI
.875 Aflrt,: td. 725-0911'




CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cdyautomotve.com


COGGIN NISSAN-ATIANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
MIKESHADMSSAWOFJAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S.1 South, S Aug. 904-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


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



BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC.

10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155



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



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


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JAGUAR XJR '04
Nov., CD, sunroof.
Like New. $35,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

LEXUS ES300 '00
Gray, loaded, low miles.
$13,995. Call 099-5053

S MAZDA 3 '04
/ "SAVE" $14,995
Volkswagen of Orange
SPark 1481 Wells Road
269-2603

Mazda 3 2.3 2.3 2005
blue, very clean,
looks new, brand
Snew Z rated tires,
Call 673-2301 or 673-2302.
$15,800.

MAZDA 6 '04. CD,
Leather, automatic
$15,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

, Mazda MPV 1993,
nice, $1800.
t.1 904-745-6007

A MERCEDES
BENZ 240'04
"4MAT IC" 524,995
Volkswagen of Orange
Park 1481 Wells Road
269-2603

A MERCEDES BENZ
E500 '04 VERY
SCLEAN, $38,995
Valkswagen of Orange
Park 1481 Wells Road
269-2603

MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03 Lthr
CD, fully equipped.
$11,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

NISSAN ALTIMA
like new. $14,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

fg NISSAN MAXIMA
'04. 3.5SL, leather,
sunroof, CD. $19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

NISSAN MAXIMA SE '04
Silver, low miles. $18,995.
Call 899-5853

. Nissan Sentra SE-R
2003, 6 speed,
manual, all power,
loaded, excellent
condition, awesome ste-
reo, PCS, Japan, must
sell $8,900 Call 891-5458


F NISSAN -I
I SENTRA 2005 I
1.8S Great on
Gas! 4 door I
SSedan Sport I
Edition 30K By
I Owner $11,775
LOBO 282-7610

4, PONTIAC
GRAND AM '1917.
ci I: ,lr..n l. .- . i -1
*Ti CD O DR . s. oiI
cowa u: ;

Pontiac Bonneville
S 1976 only 48,000
original miles,
everything works.
Great drives excellent.
Must sell, must see
$4,000 OBO 904-566-4666

& Pontiac Grand Am
1997, great condi-
_tion. Gold 4 DR.,
V6, CD, Rear
Spoiler, 162 K, Cold AC.
Call 881-0553 $2,500.


'05 FORD
MUSTANG
Only 10,000 miles
$23,900
'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
'05 NISSAN
ARMADA
$22,500
'05 JEEP
WRANGER X
Only 18K miles, white
$18,900
'06 MINI
COOPER
Loaded, only 10,000 mi
$24,900
'04 JEEP
WRANGLER
Sahara. Black
$17,900

'05 FORD
MUSTANG
Red. Only 1300 miles
$17,900
'01 NISSAN
FRONTIER SE
$15,900
'04 BMW 325Xi
Nav. Stick, SR.
$24,900
'05 ACURA TL
White, fact warr.
$27,900
'04 CHRYSLER
SEBRING
Convert. Only 20K
$12,900
'04 JEEP
LIBERTY
Low Miles, 4x4 Lim
$19,900
'05 MINI
COOPER
Convertible, Red
$23,900
'06 SCION XB
Black
$13,900
'06 INFINITI
G35
Black, SR, auto
$26,900
'07 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER
$27,900









g SATURN L300 '03
Sunroof, CD $8880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

TOYOTA
COROLLA 2005,
A/C Automatic,
power w, power
doors, spoiler, sport
package, 6 discs, silver,
beautiful, perfect
condition. $13,900
Call 772-7795 or 803-6617


Pre-Owned
Auto Center
Luxury For Less!
904-998-0012
2004 Jaguar XJR
30,000 miles. Nov.
$37,990
2003 Jaguar S-Type
4.2R, 26K ml, Nov.
$29.990
2006 BMW 525i
WhIleltan. !36.990
2005 BMW 330ci
26,000 mi 832,890
2004 BMW 330ci
40,000 miles
629,990
2006 BMW 326i
2u 000 miles
(30,990
2006 Acuro TL
14,000 miles. Nov.
130,990
2005 Range Rover
28,000 miles. Nov
$59,990
2005 Linc Town Car
30,000 miles
123,980
2004 Cad Escalode
40.000 miles
127.960
2006 Niss Ptolhtinder
22,000 miles
121,990
2007 Tovota Camry
Hybrid 14,000 miles
$26,990
2006 Honda Civic
Hybrid. 27,000 miles
$22,990
2007 TOyota FJ
Cruiser 4x4 TRD
6000 miles
7,9790


SCION xB '06. Only
15,000 miles. $16,380
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

, Toyota Corolla SS,
Beautiful car, excel-
t .. lent condition,
loaded, power w &
d, 6 DVDs player, sport
package, spoiler,
extended 4 year W. 13,
900 OBO. 772-7795.
772-7795 or 003-6617

TOY TOYOTA
Q COROLLA '05. Only
30K miles. $12,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

TOYOTA COROLLA '06


TOYOTA CAMRY u6
I h. '= r d " .,. ': ". o m: 'l :


TOYOTA CAMRY 9 0


STOYOTA CAI.KRY




7 TOYOTACAMRY
HYBRID 07
Like new. $25,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

4 TOYOTA MARIX 2005
S$14, 300 Sunroof, '6 CD,
New Tires, Fully
Equipped. This must
sell. Transferring. Excel-
lent Condition. 838-6562


TOYOTA PRIUS '05
Silver, hybrid, low miles.
$19,900. Call 899-5853


STOYOTA SOLAR
SE '04. Fully
equipped. $15,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
VOLVO 740 TURBO- '92,
wagon Grey, black Ither
183kmi $3200 619-6475
Volvo 940 Turbo GL
Wagon 1991 $2000
904-745-6007

SVOLVO S40 '04. CD,
Leather- sunroof,
lull/ equip i 9 eV
9s 01"I.
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.01 VW BEETLE
GLX t.IANAGERS
SPECIAL A 1099
004 VW BEETLE GL
CERTIFIED 1-1995
2006 VW BEETLE
CONV CERTIFIED'.
:21995
2003 VW JETTA GLI
VR6 'HARD 2
FIND VERY CLEAN
118995
2005 VW BEETLE
CONV CERTIFIED'
;.i9995
2003 VW PASSAT
GLS LOW
MILES CERTIFIED
i 1495
2i',u6VW BEETLE
CONV CERTIFIED'
$21995
2003 VW JPETTA
GL"CERTIFIED"
$13995
2005 VW BEETLE
CONV."FLINT EDI-
TION" $21995
.2004 VW JETTA
GL"CERTIFIED"
$14995
2006 VW PASSAT"
LUX PACKAGE"
MOTION ONLY 6K
MI. $28995
2003 VW PASSAT GL
WAGON"CERTI-
FIED" $14995
2005 VW TOUAREG
"CERTIFIED" $28995
2004 VW
TOUR EG"CERTI-
FLED" $27995
2003 VW PASSAT GLS
"CERTIFIED"$15995
2004 VW JETTA 1.8T

"CERTIFIED"$15995





SVW BEETLE '04
(Z Convert GLS Turbo
CD changer $19,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SVW BEETLE'05
Convertible. Only
14K miles. $20,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 VW PASSAT
WAGON V6, fully
equipped. $11,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


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

1$0 DOWN
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662-0726





SACURA MADX '05
CAP Blockian. n, ...
full, equip., i '"
LEYUSOF JACKSONVILLE
LUICK
I ENDEZOJLI: d0
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V,:,-It. o n Of Of rro. Pork
1,1l Et. ca, ' 7 ',va
CHEVY SILVERADO LT
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/ CHEVY TAHOE LT
S'04 While Ion
i2 .640 9980012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

DODGE DAKOTA 2004
SILVER. 1 DOOR
LOW MILES Vi
AM .F.I CD CASS.
AC HEAT DUAL
EXHAUST TINTED
WINDOWS. ALL
POWER BEDLINER
& TOPPER COVER
BLACK TAKE
OVER LOAN
BALANCE ;19,-9u.
CALL BETWEEN
3 & 7 PM.
738-4119

7 DODGE
DURANGO '04 SLT,
2DVD's, fully
equipped. $15,380
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(f DODGE RAM 1500
Q HEMI Crew Cab '05
$19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


Thank you!

Besides protecting our
county, military
personnel stationed in
our communities
donated 505,907
hours of volunteer
servicee in Northeats
Flonda and Southeast
Georga last year.
Their mne was gven
to community
organizations, church
groups, youth
acvities, scouting
and more.


D Dodge Ram
SCharger LE 1991 V8
11' 5.- 4X4 Hooker
Header's, Dual
Exhaust, C'B Radio, 2
DR, SUV AT, PS, PBI,
AC 32X11.5 Tires, $5900
Call 904-294-8186 or
904-751-7037


4 Dodge Ram 3500
Dually Diesel '02,
Laramie SLT Aux-
xtank Toolbox, many
extras, very clean $23,
895 OBO 912-882-1374 or
912-674-3594
, DODGE RAM 2005,
1500 Off Road Package,
Loaded, Like New,
many extras, 20 K
Miles, T.O.P.
Call KeIth 912-673.6703
& Ford Commercial
Truck 1988 $1200
S 904-745-6007
FORD EXPLORER XLT

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FORD F XLT u('
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GAGMC SIERRA PU
'05. Like new only
'16,000 mI. .14,890
998.0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( JEEP
WRANGLER
UNLIMITED at
Dark blue hard lop
.23 990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
PAT LAND ROVER
RANGE ROVER
05 Like new, fully
equippeo .49990
998 0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SATU NISSAN
FRONTIER '06 4dr
Fully equip 018,990
998 Ou12
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4, NISSAN
PATHFI UNDER 2002.
4 V6. Exc. Cond. No
Accidents. 76K. Tinted
Win. $10,300. Pics avail.
850-445-6054.
7 NISSAN
PATHFINDER '06
Like new. $22,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
, Nissan Truck, 1985
S4-wheel drive, 5
speed, runs good,
big mud tires,
needs exhaust. $1000.
OBO, George 657-1076
f SATURN OUT-
LOOK XR '07. Only
1000 miles. $31,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA RUNNER '91
4x4, 6x10, all lawn equip.
$6,000 4 both. 406-4926
7 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER '07
2 ro choose Irom
starting ol 27.990
998.0C12
LEXUS OF JACKSONIVILLE







TOYOTA AV Hi.iL '02
'.r "-.: T i, 'K ni., :l- or

TOYOTA SEQUOIA

Vl' vKswaen of Orange
Park iJBi Vcells Roaa
2;9.;63
Tovola SequiO '05 tAulo)
4 Drs, 19K Miles, 8 Cyl.
Asking price $25,500.00
Carlos. Pfh# 772-215-3180
A TOYOTA TUNDRA
'05 QUADCAB $23,995
/ Volkswagen of Orange
Park 1481 Wells Road
269-2603


CHRYSLER Town & Co.
LXi '01 - 30mo. warr.,
Ithr, dual air, alloy
wheels, loaded! Great
cond. $5995. 904-610-6008


SCHRYSLER TOWN
& COUNTRY'01
White/tan, leather,
CD. $10,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE



DODGE CARA-
. 1 VAN - 1995, white,
t V6, rebuilt, auto
irons, cold air,
repair records, manu-
als. Looks, drives great,
$2295. 268-2482


DODGE Caravan
1995, White,
Rebuilt, AT, V6,
Cold Air, Exc.
Tires. Looks & Drives
great! S2295. 268-2482

HONDA ODYSSEY '96
113k mi, well main., de-
pendable, S4250 733-3958

TOYOTA SIENNA XLE
'04. White, low miles.
S349/mo WAC. 899-5853




DODGE RAM VAN- '85,
318 V8, new belts hoses
radiator, reblt trans, int
like new a/c needs work.
S1800 obo 904-631-6866


FORD ESCORT WAGON
'94 5 spd, good gas
miles, very good cond.
$1950 389-3122; 651-6118

,. Ford Escort LX '99.
1251< Miles, Good
Condition, AC,
Automatic. $1800.
OBO 904-705-6332

MERCEDES -
BENZ
WAGON 1988
LOOKS GOOD
RUNS GOOD
$1500 OBO 982-8110

NISSAN 240 SX '93 5 spd,
very good cond, AC, AM/
FM, CD, good shape,
S1950 389-3122; 651-6118


Chrome Wheel Tire
Pkg. 24X10 Devion
Gorilla Logs.
Kuhmo fires
$2000 080. Dale 773-3890



4 , Leer Topper Silver
Over the Rail fits
1997 to 2003 F150
short bed, silver
with clamps,
S400.728-8669


4 VOLVO 240 Series
1974 through 1987
Shop Manuals. Exc.
Cond. Both $10.
268-2482.


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