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CNRSE Promoted
Boensel Selected For Next Rank
Page 4


Tour de Cure
Team Navy Jax Participants In Event
Pages 8-9


Pool Opens
Outdoor Pool Ready For Summer
Page 13


4.2007 www.jaxairnews.com


Clay County honors military members

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


Nearly 300 people
celebrated the 29th
annual Clay County
Military Appreciation
Luncheon organized by the
Clay County Chamber of
Commerce May 16. The
event is held each year to
recognize and honor mili-
tary members of the local
community by area busi-
nesses and residents of
Clay County.
"We are here today to
honor Sailors, Soldiers and
Marines of the Year from
NAS Jax, Camp Blanding
and Blount Island," said
Greg Voss, director of mem-
bership and business devel-
opment for Clay County
Chamber of Commerce.
"We hold this event each
year because of the impor-
tance of the military to Clay
County for a lot of differ-
ent reasons. Clay County
in terms of the economy is
very reliant on the military
in terms of capital invest-
ment and we have so many
military residents in Clay
County."
The luncheon, held at the
Holiday Inn on Highway
17, kicked off with the pre-
sentation of the colors by
Ridgeview High School
NJROTC Color Guard as
AEC Josh Leach of VP-30
sang the national anthem.
It was followed by the invo-


Commander, Navy Region Southeast and NAS Jax Sailor of
the Year TM1 (SW/AW) Jaime Quinones graciously accepts a
plaque and goodie bag from Greg Moorehead, chair-elect,
Clay County Chamber of Commerce, as Ted Hewitt, chair-
man of the board, VyStar Credit Union, looks on during the
Clay County Chamber of Commerce Military Appreciation
Luncheon May 16.
cation and a presentation to tory will look back and say
remember service members that the United States of
who are or were prisoners America has assembled the
of war or missing in action. most powerful, efficient mil-
As guest finished their itary force in history. We
meals, guest speaker Col. can accomplish anything.
Richard Gallant, deputy The local communities need
commander, 53rd Brigade to get together and continue
Combat Team took the to support what these great
podium to talk about some Americans are doing," said
of the issues regarding the Gallant.
War in Iraq, Afghanistan, He concluded by add-
reconstruction efforts and ing, "And a special 'thank
progress we've made. you' to the Clay County
"Our Soldiers, Sailors and Chamber of Commerce for
Marines are doing tremen- hosting this tremendous
dous work. These are the event and for what you do
heroes we need to support: for our service members
I think in 100 years, his- here. Congratulations to all


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Military honorees at the 29th annual Clay County Chamber of Commerce Military
Appreciation Luncheon gather together after receiving their awards May 16 at the Holiday
Inn.


the military recipients here
today, this is a great honor
and I know that you've
earned it by stepping above
and beyond what you're
supposed to be doing."
After Gallant concluded
his remarks, 23 Sailors from
NAS Jacksonville and its
tenant commands as well
as Soldiers and Marines
from Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center and Blount
Island Command were


called up one by one to
receive a plaque for their
outstanding service and a
$50 Savings Bond donated
by Clay County area busi-
nesses.
As the military members
gratefully accepted their
awards from Ted Hewitt,
chairman of the board,
VyStar Credit Union, and
Greg Moorehead, chair-
elect, Clay County Chamber
of Commerce, they stood


proudly as a group for a
standing ovation.
"It's honor to be here
because we're being recog-
nized out of so many hard
working people at NAS Jax.
For Clay County to recog-
nize the military by put-
ting on this event, is just
great," said Commander,
Navy Region Southeast
and NAS Jax Sailor of the
Year TM1(SW/AW) Jaime
Quinones.


Stacey comes home



to NAS Jacksonville
By MC1 (SW/AW) Heather
Assistant Editor


Official Navy Rendering
An artist's rendering of the new Naval Facilities Eligineering Command Southeast Engineering
Operations Center.



Groundbreaking



ceremony slated


From NAVFAC Southeast PAO


groundbreaking ceremony will
take place May 30 at 10 a.m. at
NAS Jacksonville for the new
Naval Facilities Engineering Command
(NAVFAC) Southeast Engineering
Operations Center.
The ceremony also celebrates the com-
mand's first anniversary after reorga-
nizing to be aligned with Commander,
Navy Region Southeast by combining its
Charleston, S.C. and Jacksonville offices
last year as part of the Base Realignment
and Closure.
"One of our biggest challenges as we cel-
ebrate our first anniversary is filling more
than 300 vacancies across the southeast
region," said Ralph Kaneshiro, business
manager, NAVFAC Southeast.
Construction of the new building will
help accommodate more than 350 posi-
tions that are moving to the Jacksonville
area next .year. As part of the realignment,
the command has tripled in size bringing
its current workforce strength to about


Jacksonville area.
The new building includes a two-story
administrative facility with elevator, raised
access flooring with under-air distribu-
tion and movable wall systems to house
engineering and acquisition functions and
specialty spaces.
The project also includes renovations to
existing space in Building 135 consisting
of roofing repairs; interior metal stud and
gypsum walls; new interior finishes; addi-
tions to the mechanical room for a new
unit; and required HVAC (heating, vent-
ing and air-conditioning), electrical and
mechanical work.
NAVFAC Southeast awarded the $14.6
million contract Jan. 29 to The Haskell
Company of Jacksonville for design and
construction of the new engineering opera-
tions center. Completion of the building is
scheduled for the summer of 2008.
NAVFAC Southeast manages the plan-
ning, design, construction, contingency
engineering, real estate, environmental,
and public works support for U.S. Navy


American Idol con-
testant and mem-
ber of Navy Band
Southeast, MU3 Phil
Stacey returned to duty
at NAS Jacksonville last
Monday. After making it
to the top six in the com-
petition and being voted
off, he returned home to
Jacksonville where the
Navy and civilian commu-
nity welcomed him back
with open arms.
During a special ceremo-
ny at the St. Johns Town
Center, Jacksonville Mayor
John Peyton issued a proc-
lamation officially proclaim-
ing May 14 as "Phil Stacey
Day."
"It's a pretty big deal
to have a day designated
just for me. It underlines
all the unwavering support
that I have received from
Jacksonville and it is quite
an honor," noted Stacey.
Stacey then returned to
work, joining his fellow
shipmates at NAS Jax.
Stepping out of the glitz
and glamour of Hollywood
life has brought no disrup-
tion to him or his family.
"It feels great to be home
with my family in our own
house. Coming back is
going to give me a chance
to put some normalcy back
to my family's life," said
Stacey. "It's really no dif-
ferent to me. It's weird


Photo By MCI(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
MU3 Phil Stacey was back in the Navy Band Southeast studio,
belting out songs with his shipmates last week.


because you are a celebrity
with American Idol, but
not really. People have
watched my family and I
grow. They saw our daugh-
ter, McKayla come into the
world and now she is seven
months old. People react
differently toward me than
they do towards a famous
movie star or musician.
TO. .1---. - .4----, 1--l


of commitment between
my fans and I so it wasn't
hard to come back to this
life. I really missed it and
I'm so glad to be home in
Jacksonville."
"I did get slowed down
when I was out shopping
at an outlet mall. I couldn't
leave. The retail managers


1,800, wherein 680 will be located in the shore facilities throughout the southeast. 1Lvs almostI a deeper ievel See IDOL, Page 12
TO||U HING Road closed permanently In conjunction with the mobilization of the contractor's equipment, the north
ING Ballard Street from Yorktown Avenue to Saratoga Avenue will be perma- section of the parking lot located east of the housing office (Building 960)
B A E and adjacent to Saratoga Avenue will be fenced in and will be used as the
S neatly closed during this week. This permanent closure will support the con- contractor's material laydown area. The south portion of this parking lot will
struction of the new NAVFAC SE Engineering Operations Center. The con- remain open to parking during construction. At the conclusion of construc-
struction contractor, The Haskell Company, will provide flashing barricades tion, the entire parking lot will be reopened for use by the new building occu-
and road closure signs at both intersections. pants.








2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JA(CKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 24, 2007


SON THE HOMEFRONT


I'd give up anything (except my


glasses) for a new wardrobe


B, Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor

ancel the Lasik eye surgery,
ladies. Glasses are sexy. This
from my local morning radio
show. I was driving the other day
when I heard the crew, one of those
top-perky-for-seven-in-the-morning-
ensembles consisting of two men
and one woman counting down the
1Q sexiest ways women change their
appearance.
f turned up the volume and hushed
tle children because not only am I
a ,married mother (read: I'm getting
old), I also vowed my life to a man
who would choose a good San Diego
Padres game over most any other
acivity, if you know what I mean.
I could not let this information
pass me by.
The first items on the list weren't
surprising. The two men said things
like "no makeup," "messy" hair, and
uncoordinated outfits are major
tirn-ons. Of course, by "no make-
up," "messy" hair, and I-just-threw-
thbs-together style, what these poor,
unsuspecting men really mean, with-
out realizing it, is that they like it
when women wear really expensive
makeup in just the right amount so
that it looks like they are wearing
nothing.
They also like it when a woman
spends time she could have used
watching the Today Show teasing
her hair, putting expensive goop in
it,"and making it look like she "just
rolled out of bed." And they like it
when we search high and low for the
perfect pair of red heels to go with
oitr green outfit because that would
make it look oh-so "uncoordinated."
Men are so simple. Why isn't it this
easy to trick my husband into believ-


ing that I didn't just spend $100 at
Target today?
The items on the list closer to
number one, however, were a little
more surprising. The men said that a
woman wearing dog tags, camouflage
pants and her husband's button-
.down shirt (not necessarily all at the
same time) is incredibly sexy. Yes,
that's right, they want us to look like
men. They also like tan lines, tattoos,
and big muscles. Whatever.
Just as I was beginning to count
my blessings that I'm no longer in
the dating world-because when I do
the no-makeup, messy-hair, clothes-
don't-match routine, it usually isn't
on purpose-the morning team
announced the number one sexi-
est thing women do to change their
appearance.
Are you ready for this?
They wear glasses.
I could hardly believe my luck. I
was just prescribed my first set of
glasses last month (I went in for a
"floater" and came out with glasses;
at the time I thought this was bad
news). I might truly sport no make-
up, messy hair, baggy post-partum
pants and forty extra pounds, but by
golly, I'm farsighted.
Somehow I don't think this is what
the men had in mind-a disheveled
mother of three schlepping around in
her reading glasses.
Anyhow, I couldn't wait to tell
Dustin the great news. Plus, when
I bought my designer (read: much
too expensive) glasses, Dustin grilled
me for not using cheap military ones
instead.
Have you ever seen military-issued
prescription glasses, otherwise
known as "birth control"? They are
horrible, boxy things that bring to
mind visions of my elementary-school


gym teacher in polyester shorts. I
don't know why. But I can assure
you they wouldn't lure Dustin away
from a good baseball game.
"But they're cheap," Dustin said.
Coincidentally, just after receiv-
ing my glasses, I had an appoint-
ment with the gynecologist to discuss
birth control options (because after
you've had a baby, the first thing
doctors want to know is how you will
stop procreating in the future). I was
tempted to say, "I'm just going to
wear military-issued glasses," but I
already had my super-cute design-
er pair (which I now know qualify
as "sexy" - yay for me!), so the joke
wouldn't work.
In other news, which is only inci-
dentally related (really!), did you
hear about the Reuters poll that
discovered most women would give
up sex for 15 months in exchange
for a new wardrobe? (Two percent
actually said they'd abstain for three
years!) I wonder if that new ward-
robe would be filled with I-just-got-
out-of-bed t-shirts and camouflage
pants. Somehow, I think not.
Anyhow, tonight I think I'll look
my sweet husband in the face, while
wearing my sexy glasses, and tell
him I'm giving up sex for clothes.
Then I'll fill my new wardrobe with
lots of coordinating items, no camo,
and a hefty amount of things that
must be ironed. Maybe my gynecolo-
gist (a man) will accept that as a
suitable method of birth control.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


Hey, MonevMan!
I recently purchased a
home in Jacksonville a few
blocks away from the St.
Johns River.
I thought I was safe from
hurricanes because we are
miles away from the ocean,
but a lot of people are tell-
ing me that any house in
Florida could be severely
damaged by hurricanes.
I am from the mid-west,
so I do not know much
about what I should do to
prepare. Any suggestions?
MoneyMan Sez:
Your friends are right.
Hurricanes are a threat
to all Florida residents.
Recently, the Department
of Financial Services imple-
mented a new program
called "My Safe Florida
Home."
Floridians can apply for
free home inspections and


professional recommenda-
tions on how to improve
their homes' ability to with-
stand a hurricane.
The state hopes to inspect
as many as 50,000 house-
holds over the next year.
Once an inspection has
been done, the homeowner
will receive a report within
seven to 10 days that out-
lines up to seven areas that
could be improved to better
protect the home and this
report will give an estimate
of how much each of those
improvements would cost.
There are some restric-
tions, but to find out more
about this program, con-
tact the Department of
Financial Services at www.
mysafefloridahome.com or
call 800-342-2762.
Call Hey MoneyMan at
778-0353.


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HEY MONEYMANI


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SUNDAY SE RVICES,

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.


"-- CS3 KRIZJAN DELACRUZ

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Supply
Department

SHometown: San Diego


Family Life: single

Past Duty Stations: NS Nla\ port

Career Plans: To earn my college degree
before I get out of the Navy.

Most Interesting Experience: When out
ship intercepted several \essels with illegal drugs
on board i the Caribbean.

Words of Wisdom: Time is gold.
p l l


TONY DAWSON

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Fire Inspector

Hometown: Albany. Ga.

Family Life: Married


Past Duty Stations: EmergencN Medical
Dispatcher. NAS Jax Fire Department

Career Plans: To continue m3 career in fire
prevention.

Most Interesting Experience: Working as
an Arms recruiter.

Words of Wisdom: Keep your goals, eyes
and head pointed to the sky and you \\ ill rise.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer..................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer.........................Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief...............................CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer......................................................... Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer...................................Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor ........................................................................ Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor.......................................... MC1 (SW/AW Heather Ewton
Staff Writer .....................................MC1(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer .............................................MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Design/Layout .............................................................. George Atchley
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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 24, 2007

,Boensel selected for


Promotion, new assignment


From CNRSE


C commander, Navy
Region Southeast
Rear Adm. Mark
Boensel has been selected
-for promotion from a one-
,-star rear admiral lower-
;half to the two-star rank of
-rear admiral upper half in
the U.S. Navy. His official
.promotion will occur after
'.Senate confirmation.
;IA native of Cambridge,
Mass., Boensel attended
Lthe United States Naval
TAcademy where he gradu-
ated with a bachelor of sci-
,^,nce degree in 1978. He
underwentt flight training
at NAS Pensacola, Fla. and
.was designated a naval
,flight officer in 1979.
,Boensel served as military
assistant to the Secretary
-of Defense in October 1996
Wa'nd military assistant
'to the Under Secretary of
Defense from January 1997


until May 1999.
He served as executive
assistant to Commander,
Naval Air Force, United
States Pacific Fleet from
June 1999 through January
2001 when he assumed com-
mand of NAS Jacksonville.
It was during that tour he
was selected for promotion
to the one-star rank of rear
admiral lower half.
In July 2004, Boensel


Tuskegee Airmen wanted for
i | ep. Cliff Sterns (R-Fla.) is hold- train as pilot
ing a special event this summer training toolk
i .L/to honor the Tuskegee Airmen liv- and they bec
ing in the Sixth Congressional District. Airmen who
:Those who did not attend the recent event astounding re
;in Washington, D.C. will receive the some 300 Tu
Congressional Gold Medal. families atten
`I am working with veteran's groups Rotunda in Wa
to identify these men living in the Sixth
'District and I invite anyone who knows Congressional
:about a Tuskegee Airman to contact my all of the us
,office so we can invite them to this event," event and I wo
said Stearns. receive the hon
""'Although our nation was segregated If you can h
,during World War II, nearly 1,000 black Airmen by Ju
:Americans stepped forward to serve in Konkus at 35
a" special Army Air Corps program to 7743.


returned to Washington,
D.C. and became the direc-
tor of the Chief of Naval
Operations Environmental
Readiness Division until
December 2005. He then
returned to Jacksonville as
Commander, Navy Region
Southeast.
Boensel holds post-
graduate degrees in busi-
ness administration from
National University, inter-
national relations from
Salve Regina College
and a master of arts
degree in national secu-
rity and strategic studies
from United States Naval
War Command and Staff
College.
He has accumulated more
than 3,200 flight hours
and more than 600 carrier
arrested landings.
His next assignment
will be as Commander,
Navy Region Mid-Atlantic,
Norfolk, Va.

special event


s," continued Stearns. "The
place in Tuskegee, Ala.,
came the famed Tuskegee
went on to establish an
record in combat. In March,
iskegee Airmen and their
ded an event in the Capitol
ashington, D.C. receiving the
1 Gold Medal. However, not
kegee Airmen attended this
would like to ensure that they
nors they earned."
help track down a Tuskegee
ne 22, please contact John
52-351-8777 or 1-800-888-


Alecca to retire tomorrow


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


NAS Jax Flight Line Caf6 Food
Service Officer CWO3 Ruth
Alecca will retire after 26 years
of naval service tomorrow at 10 a.m. at
the NAS Jax Chapel. Retired Navy Lt.
Cmdr. Gregg Hudack will be the guest
speaker.
Alecca, a native of Tarlac, Philippine
became a naturalized citizen in
September 1983. She enlisted in the U.S.
Navy on Oct. 20, 1980 and completed
her basic training, including Seaman
Apprentice school in Orlando, Fla. She
served in the following tour of duties
as a disbursing clerk: NS Subic Bay,
Philippines; Naval Communication
Station San Miguel, Philippines;
Personnel Support Detachments
in Whidbey Island, Wash., Atsugi,
Japan, Diego Garcia, Holy Loch United
Kingdom, NAS Jacksonville and as an
instructor at Fleet Training Center,
Norfolk, Va.
She also served on board USS Frank
Cable (AS 40), homeported in Guam
where she was promoted to chief petty
officer and then senior chief petty officer.
In January 2001, Alecca was commis-
sioned to chief warrant officer in the
Navy Supply Corps. While attending the
basic qualification course at the Navy


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Supply Corps School in Athens, Ga., she
was hand-picked to teach disbursing
management to members of Battalion 2A
and became a basic qualification course
instructor.
Alecca then transferred to USS John
F. Kennedy (CV 67) where she served as
the disbursing officer, hotel services and
wardroom officer. Her next tour took her
to the Trident Refit Facility, NSB Kings
Bay, Ga. as the provisions, hazardous
material and pre-expended bin officer.
She is currently serving as food service
officer for NAS Jacksonville.
"I think the biggest part of the Navy
that I will miss the most is the pres-
tige, privileges and travel. Also, the peo-
ple I've met and made friends with. It's
so hard to say good-bye," said Alecca.
"Being part of the Navy has been a won-
derful experience. I'll never forget the
day I changed my uniform from blue to
khaki. That is definitely my most memo-
rable experience. It made such a differ-
ence to assume that greater responsibil-
ity and authority."
Alecca is married to Anthony Alecca.
They have three children, Steven, 22,
Nico, 13 and Anya, 6.
According to Alecca, she plans to take
it easy during retirement and get a part-
time job.


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First Blackbird pilot visits base


By MC1(AW) Melissa
Robertson-Leake
Staff writer


Famous Navy pilot
and internation-
al speaker Robert
"Bob" Gilliland came to
the VP-30 auditorium last
Friday to speak to about
his experience as the very
first pilot to fly the SR-71A
"Blackbird".
"Welcome special guests
and Navy League members.
We're going to be talking
about what was a very fas-
cinating period in naval
aviation history," said Bill
Dudley, president of the St.
Augustine Navy League.
Dudley then introduced
guest speaker Gilliland
who enticed the audi-
ence with anecdotes of his
experience flying the SR-
71A Blackbird. Although
Gilliland flew many types of
aircraft he is most famous
for his experience with the
SR-71 aircraft.
As a Lockheed test pilot,
Gilliland was the first pilot
to fly the aircraft for over


Photo courtesy of Roadrunners Internationale
Robert Gilliland stands in front of the SR-71 "Blackbird" dur-


ing his test pilot days in 1964.
one hour reaching speeds
more than 1,000 mph. On
Dec. 22, 1964 Gilliland took
the SR-71 aircraft to mach
1.5 reaching 50,000 feet
altitude. He was the first
and principal test pilot for
the SR-71 aircraft series
and the first pilot to achieve
full envelope expansion of


the speed and altitude.
As the Blackbird program
began to grow, he contin-
ued to be the first pilot to
fly each Blackbird as it
became operational. He
logged more experimen-
tal super-sonic flight test
time (above mach two and
three) than any other pilot.


Gilliland's experiences led
him to meet the founder of
Lockheed Skunk Works,
Kelly Johnson. During his
speech Gilliland described
Johnson as the "best air-
craft designer in the world."
Johnson later invited
Gilliland to join his orga-
nization where he was the
principal pilot for all test
flights.
Throughout his career
Gilliland logged more than
6,500 flight hours in many
different aircraft including
the F-104, F-84, F-86, T-6,
P-47, FY-12A and SR-71.
Now retired, he is
involved in various finan-
cial adventures, including
serving as general manag-
er of DeSoto Oil and Gas
Trust of Memphis, Tenn.
He also serves as a trustee
of the Association of Naval
Aviation, the mother orga-
nization- of naval carrier
Tailhookers, Marine Corps
pilots and training pilots.
He continues to tour
the country as an aviation
speaker.


Photo by MC 1 (AW) Mellissa Robertson-Leake
St. Augustine Navy League President Bill Dudley presents
Robert Gilliland with a plaque in appreciation for speaking at
the event.


Battle of Midway Dinner is

June 2 at Hyatt Regency


tickets are now on
~,|sale for this year's
. Battle of Midway
commemoration dinner,
sponsored by the Mayport
Navy League. This dinner
will recognize what histo-
rians call one of the U.S.
Navy's greatest sea victo-
ries and the turning point
of World War II in the
Pacific theater.
The dinner will be
held June 2 at the Hyatt
Regency on Jacksonville's
Northbank. Cost of tickets
are: $25 for E6 and below,
$35 for E7 to 03 and $45
for 04 to 05. Tickets for
06 and above, civilians and
retirees cost $55.
Tickets can be purchased
from the following: Bill


McLoughlin at the Navy
League Mayport at 285-
8731, USO Mayport at 246-
3481 and USO Jacksonville
at 778-2821.
The uniform for the din-
ner are as follows: 04 and
above, dinner dress white
jacket and 03 and below,
dinner dress white/dinner
dress white jacket optional.
Civilian attire is black tie
or business attire.
Battle of Midway survi-
vors will be in attendance.



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theft of approximately 58,000 pounds of high-temp
alloy and stainless steal scrap metal from the Defense
Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO) facility in
Jacksonville May 11.
The pair was also ordered to pay $179,121.26 in resti-
tution to the DRMO facility. The DRMO is an agency of
the Department of Defense. Corlett and Price pleaded
guilty Dec. 5, 2006.


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rtment of Defense
According to court documents, Corlett and Price rent-
ed cargo vans and pickup trucks from Enterprise Rent-
A-Car in New Smyrna Beach on multiple occasions
between
September 2005 and January 2006. From there, they,
drove to Jacksonville and loaded the metal onto th,.
vehicles. The defendants solicited younger men, some.
of them minors, to help with the physical removal of-
metal from the DRMO due to its excessive weight. The
stolen property was then driven back to Corlett's home,
in Volusia County. The men who assisted in the theft
were paid cash for their labor. The total value of loss
to the Department of Defense was determined to be"
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By MCI (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
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trum than Hospital Corpsman (HM).
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from assisting doctors in clinical settings
to performing duties in the operating room.
They can precisely stick a vein to test blood
for abnormalities, read X-rays and effec-
tively listen to patient concerns.
When active duty personnel are feeling
ill, they can turn to the NAS Jax Branch
Medical Clinic. The duties performed by
HMs include assisting in the prevention and
treatment of disease and injuries, prepar-
ing and administering medications, includ-
ing injections, caring for sick and injured
service members, administering immuni-
zations and rendering emergency medical
treatment. HMs also instruct Sailors and
Marines in first aid and CPR.
Since the recent rating merger with dental
technicians there are several different Navy
enlisted classifications that HMs can hold.
When walking around branch medical you
will find corpsman working in every area
of the clinic. In the laboratory, they operate
sophisticated laboratory equipment while
performing complicated clinical tests. A
pharmacy technician is another field where
HMs are trained. They maintain stock in
the pharmacy and fill prescriptions ensur-
ing that patients get the medications they
need. HM3 Keisha Napier who works in
optometry, always wanted to be in the medi-
cal field and joined the corpsman rating for
medical experience. Napier has experience
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intensive care unit and same day surgery.
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her Navy enlistment. Napier, along with
HM2 Encarnacion Nunez, coordinate sched-
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times mean putting in extra duty hours.
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patients. At check-in, they perform a glau-
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the eye. Patients are then taken to see an
optometrist. "Corpsman mean everything in
the medical field. Doctors can't work unless
we have our corpsman and without them,
check-in procedures and necessary pre-test-
ing wouldn't be done," commented NAS
Jax Branch Medical Clinic Optometrist Lt.
Mark Watson. "Corpsman keep all records
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line. They are also the first to speak with
patients and can give us specific informa-
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they felt, it gives me satisfaction," noted
Grooms.
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville



recognizes nurses anniversary


B Loren Barnes
H Jacksonville Public
Affairs
N aval Hospital
Jacksonville cel-
ebrated the 99th
Anniversary of the Navy
Nurse Corps, May 13, with
a ceremonial cake cutting
on the hospital quarterdeck
May 11.
The occasion was marked
throughout the week
(National Nurses Week)
with a variety of other
events including histor-
ic displays in key patient
areas of past nurses uni-
forms and historical infor-
mation regarding this
proud Corps.
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Director,
Nurses Services Capt.
"Bonnie" Holder, related a
personal experience that
illustrates the quality of
care that Naval Hospital's
Jacksonville's 153 Navy
nurses provide.
"It is fitting that Nurses
Week comes at the same
time as the anniversary
of the Navy Nurse Corps.
This week honors all nurs-
es and I am proud of all
of our nurses here at NH
Jacksonville," she said.
"A little over two years
ago when I was consider-
ing taking the position
here as director of nursing,
my mother was admitted
unexpectedly to this very
hospital. The staff here did
not know me or that I was
potentially going to be the
nursing director. I was awe-
struck by the care she and
my family received from the
moment we came through
the door," said Holder.
"When she was admitted
and I was doing the usual,
'I can take care of her rou-
tine,' I was told that they
(hospital corpsmen and
nurses) were here to take
care of her and my fami-
ly and I should not worry.
This reminded me of why
I became a nurse so very
long ago, that caring and
compassion to a somewhat
difficult, confused, scared,
older lady," she continued.
"And when Cmdr. Nelida
Toledo gave her a backrub.
to calm her down, I went
home knowing my mother
was in the best of hands.
That night I told my hus-
band that I wanted to be a
part of this nursing team,
a team that is what nurs-
ing is all about, care for the
patient and their family. I
see that care and compas-
sion every day at this hos-
pital, from all the nurses,
civilian and military," con-
tinued Holder.
Letters from Navy medi-
cine leadership lauded the
contribution that nurses
have made not only at home
but abroad. Naval Hospital
Jacksonville continues to
support the war on terror-
ism with 18 nurses current-
ly-overseas.
They are caring for our
service men and women in
locations that are remote,


Photo by HN LeeAnn Lowman
From left, former Naval Hospital Jax Director of Nursing Services retired Navy Capt. Nancy
Silki; Director of Nursing Services Capt. Margaret "Bonnie" Holder and Ensign Missy Leitl, the
most junior nurse cut a birthday cake in honor of the Nurses Corps' 99th birthday May 11.


sometimes unpleasant,
often dangerous and always
far too distant from their-
loved ones back home.
Their "caring and com-
passion" as Holder stated,
always reflects the best of
America.
In a letter reflecting
her pride in Navy nurs-
es, Director, Navy Nurse
Corps Rear Adm. Christine
Bruzek-Kohler explained
the significance 'of this
year's National Nurses
Week theme - "Nursing: A
Profession and a Passion."
"Passion is what called us
to the nursing profession in
the first place and passion
is what makes our work
meaningful and rewarding.
So, what does passion look
like? It is the fervor, excite-
ment and enthusiasm about
the care you provide to our
Sailors and Marines and
their families. Passion is
commitment and persever-
ance in the face of challenge
or adversity and allegiance
to one another whether on a
ward or on the battlefield,"
said Bruzek-Kohler.
"It is what compels us to
advocate our position, work
toward a solution and care
for one another. It is the
nurse who is proud of his or
her contribution to the glob-
al war on terrorism, wheth-
er deployed,, at hospitals
ashore, or recruiting and
training the next generation
of Navy nurses," she added.
"This passion is what I see
in the eyes of our junior and
senior nurses everywhere
I go. It is this passion, an
eagerness and commitment
to serve, to care and to be
involved, that makes Navy
nursing's contribution to
Navy medicine so vital and
important."
"As Navy nurses, our
passion for our profession
reflects our unique mili-
tary heritage. In 2006, our
nurses served with pride
in Navy and Marine Corps
operational units around
the globe: Kuwait, Iraq,
Djibouti, Afghanistan,
Bahrain, Qatar, Canada,
Germany, Honduras, Peru


Indonesia, Philippines,
Pakistan, Thailand,
South Korea, East and
West Timor, Vietnam,
Bangladesh, Republic of
Georgia and Guantanamo
Bay, Cuba," continued
Bruzek-Kohler. "At home
and abroad, the camarade-
rie, leadership, profession-
alism and passion for excel-
lence are what define Navy
Nurses."
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville often deploys
Navy nurses to areas such
as Bruzek-Kohler men-
tioned. In fact, the hospi-
tal currently has 18 nurses
deployed abroad.
Surgeon General of the
Navy Vice Adm. Donald
Arthur, a Navy physician,
forwarded a letter express-'
ing what the Navy nurses
who have worked beside
him have meant to him.
"You are the men and
women who wear the cloth
of our nation and have dedi-
cated your care, expert clin-
ical skills, and leadership
abilities to Navy medicine
since the inauguration of
your corps," he stated.
"In a multifaceted orga-
nization such as ours, you.
-as a corps have managed
the delicate balance of care
for our members who are
deployed, those involved in
homeland defense ahd all
of their beneficiaries. Your
impressive contributions
have served as an impetus
for the multitude of advanc-
es occurring in Navy medi-
cine today. Your versatility,
enthusiasm, and passion
have enabled Navy medi-
cine to carry out our mis-
sion anywhere, anytime,"
continued Arthur.
Holder reminded her
nurses of the value of their
service to Naval Hospital
Jacksonville saying, "You
are the heart and soul of
this command. Be proud
because you are the best
and thank you for allowing
me to be a part of the nurs-
ing staff here."
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Raquel Bono


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Twelve members of Team Navy Jax gather together for a quick photo before heading out on the Tour de Cure Ride Saturday in downtown Jacksonville. Members not pictured are deployed.


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American Diabetes Association staff member Paige Palmer
helps Team Navy Jax member Patrick Hall register for the
event early Saturday morning in downtown Jacksonville.

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Team Navy Jax member Ellyse Poole changes into her riding
shoes before heading to the starting line.


Team Navy Jax hits the



road for a special cause


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


For the second consecutive year,
13 members of Team Navy
Jax spent last weekend ped-
aling 124 miles in support of the
Jacksonville Tour de Cure to benefit
the American Diabetes Association
(ADA).
The group gathered at the crack
of dawn Saturday with about 300
other riders to participate in the two-
day, round trip ride from downtown
Jacksonville to Fernandina Beach and
back.
"We are thrilled to be part of the
Tour de Cure and help those in our
community that are affected by dia-
betes, especially the young children
who will now have the opportunity
to attend a special summer camp
in part because of our cycling" said
Team Captain Miriam Gallet. "Also,
we are honored by the trust that the
VyStar Federal Credit Union Board of
Directors, and our supporters have in
us. Every mile we pedal enables us to
partake in the rich banquet of life and
celebrate the infinite potential of the
human spirit."
Since its very successful participa-
tion in two MS-150s and last year's
Jacksonville Tour de Cure, Team
Navy Jax has spent numerous hours
holding fund-raising events in the
community, participating in spin-
ning classes at the NAS Jax Morale
Welfare and Recreation Department's
Fitness Source and getting together
to ride in local events.
The ride began Saturday morning
from downtown Jacksonville where
cyclists headed to San Marco over
the Acosta Bridge and then north to
Fernandina Beach, enjoying beauti-
ful, coastal scenery along the way. At
the conclusion of day one, cyclists, vol-
unteers, families and friends enjoyed
food, live entertainment and much
more.
"My mother was a diabetic and I
am a diabetic. So I couldn't find a
more reasonable cause to participate
in this ride. I like helping people and
this is one way I'm able to give back
something," stated Navy Exchange
Supervisor Patrick Hall. "I've done
numerous rides, the MS-150 twice
and this ride once. I really am thrilled
to be part of Team Navy Jax. It's awe-
some. We are like a family and are
very close. And, our team captain
really looks out for us."


Team Navy Jax member Aaron Ramey
tags his bicycle before heading out.
Another team member looking for-
ward to the ride was HM2(SW) Ellyse
Poole of Naval Hospital Jax who had
just returned from a deplo\ ment in.
support of the war on terror. "I've
been a cyclist for many, many years,
since way before I joined the Navy.
Last year, I met a former member of
the team and he told me about this
ride. We found out about the team
and joined. This is the second year
I've done the Tour de Cure," she said.
"This team is awesome - we have a
great bunch of people and have a good
time riding together."
After conquering 24-mph head-
wind and completing the first leg of
the ride, the team spent the night
in Fernandina Beach and got up the
next morning to pedal south over a
new route back to Jacksonville where
finish-line festivities, lunch and enter-
tainment awaited their arrival.
"We are all glad to have crossed
the finish line," exclaimed a jubi-
lant Gallet. "This year's tour was the
best yet. Kimberly Lewis and her
staff went the extra yard to make
this tour the best Jacksonville has
ever had. The rest stops were awe-
some and we had a fantastic celebra-
tion in Fernandina and now here at
the Tailgater's Park. Next week, we
start training for the 2007 MS-150 in
September."
Once again, the team achieved its
fund raising goals through personal


donations and sponsorship. "We could
not have done it without the support;
of companies like our main sponsor,
VyStar Credit Union whose patrio-
tism and commitment enabled us to
have the best looking jerseys in the
event. We'd also like to thank our
other supporting sponsors, the NAS
Jax Commissary, Navy Exchange,
Gustafson's Dairy, M.A. Mortenson
Company and Harry Pepper and
Associates," Gallet stated.
"Also,, we thank our families,
friends and co-workers who contin-
ue to support our charitable commu-
nity involvement. We would not be
spending a weekend on a bicycle if it
weren't for their love and support." ,
Diabetes is a disease that affects
20.8 million children and adults in
the United States, or seven percent.
of the population. While an estimat-
ed 14.6 million have been diagnosed
with diabetes, unfortunately, 6.2 mil-
lion people (or nearly one-third) are
unaware that they have the disease.
The Tour de Cure is a series of
cycling events held in more than 80
cities nationwide to benefit the ADA.
The tour is a ride, not a race, with
routes designed for everyone from the
occasional rider to the experienced
cyclist.
"The ADA is thrilled to have Team
Navy Jax on its side in the fight
against diabetes! Team Navy Jax,
led by its incredible captain, Miriam
Gallet, is a great group of cyclists
who are not only awesome people, but
dedicated fundraisers," said Kimberly
Lewis, ADA director. "We truly hope
that the friendship we've built with
Team Navy Jax will last a lifetime!"
Team Navy Jax members include:
Chuck Tamblyn, Nate Davenport,
Aaron Ramey, Wes Battle, Shawn
Winn, Mark Lassiter, Jeremy
Downs, Ellyse Poole, Allen Johnson,
Patrick Hall, Ed Kirby, Brad Hardie,
Patrick Hardie, Robyn Cicero, Ernie
Mattison, Jim Pellot, Tammy Tjaden,
Donald Bell, David Santillo, Sean and
Cristina Rocheleau, Chris and Hope
Bell, Brett Beisker, junior cyclist-
in-training Eric Dobson and Team
Captain Miriam Gallet.
For more information on Team
Navy Jax and the charity rides they
participate in, call 635-1654.

Neither the U.S. Navy or any other
part of the federal government offi-
cially endorses any company, sponsor
or its products or services.


Team Navy Jax members Tammy Tjaden and Ernie Mattison
eat a healthy breakfast before hitting the road.


Team Navy Jax member Jim Pellot puts air in his tires to prepare his bike for the 124-mile ride to Fernandina Beach and back.
Pellot has raised more than $4,000 for the American Diabetes Association, making him the highest fund-raiser on the team for.
the event.


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 24, 2007 9


About 600 cyclists participated in this year's American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure Saturday morning in downtown Jacksonville.


Robin Cicero puts a wristband on Brad Hardie, both members of Team Navy Jax, as they get ready for the annual Tour de Cure..


Nate Davenport stretches before getting on his bike.


PHA 0 Y KAYLE ALOLDOQUE


From left, Brandon Green of the Seattle Seahawks (formerly a Jacksonville Jaguar), Kimberly Lewis, director of the American"
Diabetes Association and First Coast News Sports Director Dan Hicken kick off the annual ADA Tour de Cure by thanking par-u
ticipants and sponsors prior to the ride. Green, a diabetic for the past 16 years, was in town to help promote the event.

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Aaron Ramey takes a
break from the ride
on board the Mayport
Ferry which took the
group over to Amelia
Island as part of the
Photo by Miriam S. Gallet route.
Team Navy Jax member Tammy Tjaden hangs her bike upon
arrival at Fernandina Beach Saturday. Photo by Brad Hardie

Phot by rad ardi


Photo by MC1 Melissa Robertson-Leake.
. Team Navy lax captain Miriam Gallet (front row, fourth from right) and VyStar Credit Union President and CEO Terry West (front row, fifth from right) are joined by Team Navy Jax members '
'. and VyStar Credit Union managers and supervisors during the official team jersey presentation May 18 at the NAS Jacksonville Main Gate. .







10 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKISON\VII.1.1, Thursday, May 24, 2007



CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


What's in your suitcase?


By Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.)
Gregg Gillette
NAS Jax Chapel
No one chooses his or
her birth parents.
No one chooses his
or her biological siblings.
And no one chooses not to
be homeschooled.
Tarzan, Jane, Mowgli,
and Ritchie Rich were
all homeschooled, but
so are Doug Funnie and
Bart Simpson. Research
confirms that profession-
al teachers do have an
influence on your son or
daughter's education, but
no where near the impact
of their home upon their
lives.
The home, where our
children are reared, be it
Tarzan's jungle or Bart's
Springfield, is where their
values for their lives are
first caught. And we,
their parents, parent or
legal guardian are the
ones tossing those crystal
balls full of information
about life at them.
These homes are clini-
cally referred to as our
"family of origin," and it
is the education from our
family of origin that we
partly use to determine


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right or wrong. However,
we must also realize that
as children grow, so does
peer and .media influence
toward their mental devel-
opment.
What children see and
hear in their home should
not be thought of as
unimportant, how to be a
mom or how to be a dad
is initially shown there,
whether it is healthy or
not. Our family of origin
has not only had a role in
determining husband and
wife expectations and par-
enting styles, but also a
memory bank of "what to
do" and "what not to do"
when facing the endless
list of life's situations.
Look at it- this way,


when we travel we bring
along baggage,. The bag-
gage contains items we
believe we will need for
the journey. The bags are
typically packed at home,
but sometimes we forget
items or learn after we've
left home about an item
we need.
So we pick it up along
the way or once we
get there. The items
we packed or procured
enroute significantly con-
tributed to the enjoyment
of the journey. We do this
because we want the jour-
ney to go as smooth as
possible for us.
Our journey called "life"
is much the same. What
each of us have learned
in our homes growing up,
whether healthy or not,
are the contents of the
baggage we carry around
and what we often initial-
ly pull from, consciously
or subconsciously, when
dealing with life. It is also
why patterns of behavior
or behavioral cycles may
continue from one family
generation to the next.
So, what's in your suit-
case and what are you
packing in your child's
luggage?


Cryptologic technician administration, yeoman ratings to merge


By MC2 Trevor Andersen
Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs


Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike'
Mullen has approved the merger
between the cryptologic technician
administrative (CTA) rating and the yeo-
man (YN) rating.
The conversion from CTA to YN will offi-
cially begin Oct. 1 according to NavAdmin
118.
"It's [the merger is] going to take a small-
er rating and combine it with a larger rat-
ing and it will give those Sailors a bet-
ter opportunity for advancement," said
YNCM(SW/AW) Michael Harris, the enlist-
ed community manager .for administrative
ratings.
Harris added that Sailors who were not


previously able to go to sea to get their
warfare designators will now have the
opportunity to do so.
The merger will also open up detail-
ing possibilities. "Before the merger, YNs
couldn't fill some of the CTA billets and a
CTA could not fill some of the YN billets.
Both are administrative jobs. Now both
can fill the other's billets," he said.
Though Sailors will not need to take any
personal action, they can start planning
now. "Sailors in the CTA, YN community
can start negotiating with their detailers
to take those assignments to advance their
careers," he said.
CTAs who do not wish to become YNs
can submit a conversion package to cross-
rate into other communities.


CNIC tips to prepare for a hurricane


By CNIC Emergency
Management Office
Make and practice a
family emergency
plan.
The surest way to be pre-
pared for an emergency is to
make and practice a family
emergency plan. Knowing
how to find one another will
help your family stay safe
and cope with the confusion
and fear that come when
emergencies strike.
Making a plan is
simple. . . just think of
the five W's!
Who: Gather input from
all members of your family
to make sure you consider
all possibilities. Involving
all family members in the
planning process makes
them more likely to remem-
ber important steps when
an emergency happens.
Also, because local phone
lines may be affected,
choose a family member or
friend that lives out of state
as a central point of con-
tact. Instruct family mem-
bers to contact that person
if an emergency strikes
when you are separated.
What: Consider the vari-
ous emergency situations or
disasters that could strike
your family. In addition to
typical emergencies that
could happen to anyone,
including your family, con-
sider potential hazards in
your area and weather pat-
terns in your region. Think
through each possible


emergency situation, and
determine how your family
should respond.
When: Because emer-
gencies can happen at any
time, make your family
plan immediately. Review
your family emergency plan
at least once a. year and
whenever there are major
changes in your family situ-
* ation, schedule or activities.
Where: Think about all
the places you' and your
family may be through-
out the day, such as home,
office, school and in transit.
An emergency is likely to
strike when family mem-
bers are separated from one
another. Establish meeting
places and discuss situa-
tions to use them.
. Why: Emergencies can
be scary. By establishing
and practicing a family
emergency plan, you and
your family are more likely
to find each other quickly
and help. one another get
through the emergency sit-
uation safely and with less
worry.
Practice your plan
Making a plan is just
the first step. "To truly
ensure that your family is
prepared, you should prac-
tice your emergency plan
at least once a year," says
Meg Falk, CNIC's Fleet and
Family Support Program
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emergency kit and impor-,
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and meeting at a designat-
ed place.
When you have finished'
your family disaster drill,;
discuss the actions your*
family members took and
how the plan would change.
in a different type of emer-
gency.
Operation Prepare: It's
your duty
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gency plan is a cornerstone
of Operation Prepare. You"
can get tips and forms t6'
help you make and practice
your family emergency plan
under Operation Prepare at,
www.cnic.navy.mil.
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to be prepared. Be informed;
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with a top-secret cargo that would ultimately put an end to
World War II-components for the first operational atomic
bombs. After a record rim, covering 5,300 miles in only ten
days, the Indianapolis successfully delivered her cargo on
July 26, 1945, and was ordered to set a course from Guam to
the Leyte Gulf in the Philippines to prepare for the invasion
of Japan. Traveling unescorted, at fourteen minutes past
midnight on July 30, 1945, she was hit by two Japanese
torpedoes midway between Guam and Leyte, sending her to
a watery grave in twelve minutes. Of the 1,196 men aboard,
about 900 sailors and Marines entered the water. Five
honrifying days later, 317 men who had survived the terror
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Summer raises awareness


By MCSN Cory Rose
Fleet Public Affairs Center Atlantic
The Naval Safety Center is kicking
off this year's 101 Critical Days of
Summer Campaign May 28.
This campaign, which runs until Labor
Day, helps raise awareness about the
possible mishaps that can happen to off-
duty service members during the summer
months.
,The Naval Safety Center has taken
many steps to get information out to ser-
vice members worldwide.
"We have several links on our Web site, a
Critical Days of Summer program in which
we address the critical issues that we think
are awareness factors, and a safety toolbox
on our Web site that commands can use to
assist them with their own programs," said
John Williams, Naval Safety Center traffic
and recreational off-duty specialist.
'There are many things service members


Guidelines


for articles
From the Editor
The Jax Air News wel-
comes articles and
photographs pertain-
inig to base employees, fami-
13 members, commands and
community events. The Jax
Air News is published every
Thursday.
:The deadline for submis-
sions is the previous Friday
at 4 p.m. The following are
some tips on writing articles
and taking photographs for
the paper:
,* Always include rates
such as: Lt., AS1, PR2. We
use the Associated Press
Stylebook to edit stories.
Include first and last names.
No call signs.
-* Spell out all acronyms
- many people have no idea
what they all stand for.
* Write in simple terms -
imagine your readers are on
a sixth grade reading level.
* Don't just send us award
stories. How about some fea-
ture stories about the people
in your command? Everyone
has a unique story to tell.
Do a story on someone's
hobby, if they volunteer out
in town, something interest-
ing that happened to them,
etc.
* Use quotes.
* Send us stories in a
timely manner. We are a
weekly newspaper. We don't
want something that hap-
pened a month or two ago.
Send us a story right after
it happens. Email ensures
faster submissions.
* Stories must be in Word
documents. Do not embed
photos into Word documents.
Send photos, with captions,
as a separate jpg file.
* Make stories as long as
needed, but remember we
will chop them as needed.
We normally start chopping
at the bottom so make sure
you put your more impor-
tant information up front.
Photographs:
* Use 200 dpi or higher
only (set cameras to highest
quality settings).
* If storage space is a
concern, get extra cards, so
you don't have to jeopardize
quality for number of pho-
tos.
* Photos with a file size of
less than 2mb will not repro-
duce well in print for news-
paper purposes.
* If people are involved,
don't get backs or backs of
heads only. Include faces.
* Don't shoot into sun-
light. Correct your angle as
best you can.
* Use indoor camera set-
tings for indoor shooting,
and lowlight settings can
vastly improve indoor shots.
* Shoot from the level of
your subject.
* Avoid standing in front
of windows that can wash
out your photos, either by
flash bounce back or direct
sunlight coming in.
Articles and photos can
be submitted via email to
Jaxairnews@comcast.net.
For more information, call
.542-3531.


can do to prepare themselves before par-
ticipating in summer activities.
"Some of the steps that service mem-
bers can take are to use proper person-
al protective equipment, be well rested,
and use alcohol in a responsible manner,"
said MMCM(SW/AW) James Cooke, Naval
Safety Center traffic and recreational off-
duty specialist. "These steps can ensure
that they have a good time and that they
can get back to their families and their
units safely."
This campaign exists to let service mem-
bers know that it is fine to have a good
time, but to take precautionary steps to
stay safe.
"While summer is a time where service
members are supposed to relax and have
fun, one mishap can turn that time into a
tragedy," said April Phillips, Naval Safety
Center campaign coordinator.
For more information visit: www.safety-
center.navy.mil.


Have a safe Memorial Day.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 24, 2007 11.


Sailors recognized


Photo by MCI (AW/SW) Heather Ewton
Cmdr. Richard Bailey, director of Navy Band Southeast, presents a letter of appreciation
to Navy Band Southeast Senior Sailor of the Quarter MU2 Luis Lebron (right) and Navy
Band Southeast Junior Sailor of the Quarter MU3 Michael Buenvenida during their com-
mand quarters May 15.








12 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 24, 2007


Stacey


to go on tour


From Page 1

had me signing posters,
people were taking out cell
phones for photos, and buy-
ing T-shirts so I could sign
them. That was new to me,
but I am glad to be back in
my uniform and filling the
gap that my shipmates had
to step up and fill while I
was gone," he continued.
Stacey commented on
the camaraderie between
him and his shipmates and
noted his appreciation for
all of their faith and sup-
port. "Bass guitar and
trumpet players filled in for
me as lead singer while I
was gone. They were amaz-
ing and have done so much
for me. I am so thankful for
that," he said.
Stacey's journey to
Hollywood all began when
he was unable to fulfill
an honor to an old college
buddy. "My best friend
from college, Bart, was get-
ting married. He.asked me
to be his best man. I had
a NASCAR gig lined up
with the Navy Band the
weekend of his wedding
and knew that I couldn't be
there," said Stacey. "I asked
if there was anything that I
could do to make it up to
him and he told me no and
then he hung up on me!"
One week later, Stacey's
story began. His old friend
called Stacey and gave
him one chance to earn
his forgiveness. "He told
me that he would forgive
me if I would audition for
American Idol. So, I took
the idea back to my com-
mand and family and
everyone was all for it,
pushing me to do it. My
wife, Kendra got online and
figured out all the details
and I ended up in Memphis
for the audition," remarked
Stacey.
One of the most noted
situations of Stacey's audi-
tions wasn't his phenom-
enal singing talents, but
the fact that he missed his
youngest daughter's birth.
"The whole situation is
deceiving. McKayla was
due Oct. 17 and auditions
were scheduled for Sept.
2. That was plenty of time
for me to get the audition
knocked out and get back
here to my family. After
getting approval from my
chain of command, I head-
ed up there. A week later,
after making it to the top
100, I went home," he said.


Stacey was in the clear
and made it home with
plenty of time before the
baby arrived.
"Soon after, they called
me at home and told me
that the next stage of audi-
tions were going to be held
on Oct 5. I told them that
I couldn't make it but my
wife wouldn't have that.
She basically shoved me
out the door and told me
to follow my dreams," he
added.
Knowing the difference
that his success would
make in the lives of his
children, Stacey decided to
head back to the auditions.
"I was gone for one day.
Then, I received a phone
call from my wife and heard
McKayla crying in the
background. I just fell into
a chair because I knew that
I had missed it," he said
remorsefully. "It wasn't
intentional and nothing is
more important to me than
my family. It's just the way
it happened and now we are
blessed with two beautiful
daughters," said Stacey.
Back in Hollywood,
Stacey had no idea that
his talents would take him
as far as he went. His con-
fidence told him that he
would not make it past the
first week of auditions.
"I went around shaking
everyone's hand think-
ing that I was going to be
eliminated the next day
and I was saying that I was
going to at least meet the
next American Idol since I
was more than likely going
home that week," he said.
Stacey has had an oppor-
tunity of a lifetime and
with that comes great expe-
riences.
"Throughout the whole
competition, my most inter-
esting experience was "Idol
Gives Back." Being a part
of raising all of that money
for poverty was so fulfilling.
I took part in raising more
than $70 million for people
in need of help. It changed
me as a person forever. My
heart went out to every last
one of them. My wife and
I, together, made a decision
right then and there that
we will never have another
paycheck where we don't
give something to help oth-
ers," said Stacey.
Stacey is currently in
Los Angeles on temporary
additional duty orders to
be present at the American
Idol showdown between


Photo By MC1(SW/AW) Heather Ewtorn
MU3 Phil Stacey enjoyed getting back into the routine with his fellow bandmembers from Navy Band Southeast Rock group
"Pride" upon his return.
Blake Lewis and Jordin
Sparks.
There has been specula- .
tion regarding Stacey join- , m
ing the nine other contes-. .
tants and obligating him-
self to the American Idol ...
Top Ten Tour due to opera-
tional commitments.
"After the finale, I will
be touring with the top 10.
I just received notice from f t.2
my chain of command that
I will not have to miss the
tour," he said with a huge
grin.
"The Navy has been
incredibly supportive
throughout this whole pro-
cess. If there is anything
that I want to do, it's to t t
reflect the Navy in a posi-
tive light," he noted gra- Photo by Kaylee LaRocquesi
ciously. MCI(SW/AW) Heather Ewton from the Jax Air News interviews MU3 Phil Stacey at Navy_,,
"I enlisted after 9/11 Band Southeast May 15. Stacey informed Ewton during the interview that Navy officials have-
thinking that I was going given him the go ahead to attend the American Idol Top Ten Tour beginning in mid-June.
to be fighting terrorists. I'
feel like God has given me ing for fans nationwide as I would have never done me, then they can count on
an opportunity to do some- Stacey belted it out while this without her. I am something being there. 1I
thing amazing with my standing alongside his where I am in life because spoke to a few record com----
time in the Navy. As tempt- shipmates who attended of Kendra and she has been pany reps after I was voted--
ing as it is for me to get the show and when he took a pillar of strength for me," off. There will probably be,-:
out of the Navy and start time out during his perfor- he added. a record in the future and
a whole new career, I'm mance to thank his wife for Stacey also knows that you will probably be able
thinking more along the her support with a kiss. his success is obviously due to pick it up in the country/
lines that this is my chance "Kendra and I have a to his loyal and dedicated rock section in the music
.to serve in an international very strong marriage and fans. store," hinted Stacey.
spotlight to help the troops. it's not my fault," he said "I felt their dedication all "I am not looking at any
On this tour, I'll be able to with a smile. the way through the com- other plans right now. My
sing as a Sailor, not just "I married an amazing petition and I thank them first responsibility is to the
Phil Stacey," he added. woman and it was not by for that. Kendra and I have Navy.
The tour will begin mid- coincidence that they played talked about how blessed My goal at this point is to
June and "Idol" fans can "I'll Stand By You" on my we are for receiving all of be used at the best capac-
expect to see Stacey rocking video montage. Everybody their love and support," ity that I can. Now, I have
out on stage in Jacksonville from contestants to staff said Stacey. a really huge platform to
July 8. knew and loved Kendra. If you are wondering stand on and there are mil-
Stacey's final perfor- She was nothing short of what Stacey has up his lions of people watching
mance on American Idol spectacular and took care sleeve next, keep an eye on me. I don't want to lose the
was Bon Jovi's smash hit, of everyone else as well as the music shelves at your opportunity to be a blessing-.
Blaze of Glory. she took care of me." favorite retailer, and to be utilized where I
The fitting lyrics of the "She has been my hero "As long as there are fans am needed during my com-', :
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I Swim lessons offered


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Steigleman plays
with her children,
Sydney, 3 and Jake,
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kiddie pool during
the opening day of 0:z
the outdoor pool. ...
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Photos by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck


Outdoor pool open for business


By MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca
Kruck
Staff writer
Though temperatures
barely reached 80
degrees Saturday,
families still came out to
enjoy the annual opening
of the outdoor base pool.
Lt. John Faye, from
VP-30, his wife, Amy and
daughter, Breanna, 4, were
came out to spend the day
in the sun. "We just moved
here and we really like the
pool. It looks like they put
a lot of work into it," he
said.
According Meredith
Blocker, base aquatics
director, a lot of work was
put into the pool prior to its
opening this year.
"We definitely put a lot
of money into it," she said.
"We did several updates to
the snack bar such as add-
ing a turbo chef oven. This
means we no longer have
to fry anything so it's a lot


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Guy Fisher, 8, hits the water after traveling down the slide at
the outdoor pool.


healthier."
Blocker said they also
added an Americans with
Disabilities Act acceptable
ramp, a patio by the baby
pool, shade structures,
new Coast Guard approved
life jackets and a grill.
However personnel must
obtain a burn permit from
the fire department before
using the grill.
Swim lessons are also


offered at the pool and reg-
istrations. will be held the
entire summer until classes
are full. Interested per-
sonnel can call 542-3720
to reach the outdoor pool
or 542-2930 to reach the
indoor pool.
Faye said his daughter
actually attended the swim
lessons earlier this year and
will continue lessons this


summer. "She used to be
afraid to even put her head
under the water, but now,
even though she still has to
wear a life jacket, she loves
splashing around and going
under," he said.
Breanna said her favorite
part about the outdoor pool
is "watching the airplanes
while I'm swimming."
The outdoor pool is
open Tuesdays through
Saturday from 11 a.m. to
6 p.m. and Sundays from
1-5 p.m. It is closed on
Monday.
Private parties can be
held from 6-9 p.m. on
Saturday or from 5-8 p.m.
on Sunday. Semi-private
parties can also be held
during the day.
Daily admission for active
duty, reserve, retiree or
dependent members is $2
and is $3 for civilians or
guests. You can also pur-
chase family or group pass-
es to save money.


The following swimming classes are offered at the
NAS Jax Outdoor Pool this summer:
Baby and Me (six months - three yearr) - A
parent and child aquatic experience with games:'and
songs. Participants must be accompanied by a person tall
enough to support the child above the water in 3.5-feet of
water. The children must be at least six months old and
willing to enter the water and participate in-group activi-
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Level 1: Introduction to Water Skills - Helps stu-
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and partake in group activities, games and songs without
parental participation.
Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills - Gives stu-
dents success with fundamental skills. Teaches beginning
locomotion skills. Students must be able to enter water
unassisted, walk five yards using alternating arms, bob
five times to chin level, float on front with support for
three seconds, roll to back and float on back with support
for three seconds and safely exit the water.
Level 3: Stroke Development - Provides additional
guided practice of primary skills and teaches coordination
of front and back crawl. Students must be able to float
on their front and back without support for five seconds,
swim on their stomach without support for five yards
using alternating arm action and swim on their back five
yards without support.
Level 4: Stroke Improvement - Develops confidence
in the strokes learned previously and increases endur-
ance by swimming familiar strokes for greater distances.
Students must be able to swim front crawl 15 yards with
their face in the water and rhythmic breathing pattern,
swim back crawl 15 yards and tread water or float for 30
seconds.
Level 5: Stroke Refinement - Coordination and .
refinement of basic strokes and butterfly, open turns and
rescue skills are introduced. Flip turns and additional
rescue techniques are introduced. Students must be able
to swim elementary backstroke 15 yards, front crawl 25
yards with rotary breathing, back crawl 25 yards, breast-
stroke 15 yards, butterfly 15 yards, perform sidestroke
kick 15 yards with or without a kickboard and tread water
for one minute.
Level 6: Swimming and Skill Proficiency - Refines
the strokes so students swim them with ease, efficiency,
power and smoothness over greater distances. Level 6 is
designed with "menu options that focus on preparing stu-
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the water safety instructor and lifeguard training courses.
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yards, front and back crawl 50 yards and tread water for
two minutes using two different kicks.
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'A portrait of excellence and care'


Navy family expresses


gratitude for newborn care


By Marsha Childs
NHJ Marketing


N aval Hospital
Jacksonville medi-
cal personnel were
honored recently at an
award ceremony stemming
from a grateful family's let-
ter praising the outstand-
ing care provided for their
newborn in December
2006.
When Jennifer Walker
arrived at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville to deliver her
baby, Hannah, she was
expecting a repeat C-sec-
tion, an easy recovery and
an early discharge for
both herself and her new
daughter. All that changed
when watchful Maternal
Infant Unit (MIU) medical
staff noticed the newborn
had developed an irregular
heartbeat 15 hours after
the delivery.


Hannah was delivered
without a hitch Dec. 19,
2006 at 9 a.m. New dad,
AD 1 Michael Walker of VS-
31, and wife, Jennifer spent
the rest of the day getting
acquainted with their new-
est family member.
At about 3 a.m., the duty
nurse, Deborah Eardley,
suggested taking Hannah,
who was a little fussy,
to the nursery to allow
Jennifer to catch up on her
much needed rest. While
there, HN Amber Hollier
noticed Hannah's lips were
slightly bluish.
Hollier immediately noti-
fied the nurse who deter-
mined the baby's heart
was beating too fast. They
placed her in a warming
unit, monitored her heart
rate and oxygen levels, and
notified the duty pediatri-
cian.


Pediatrics Department
Head Lt. Cmdr. Roger
"Scott" Akins and Family
Practice Resident Lt. Adam
Sanborn assessed Hannah
and determined she needed
to be transferred to Wolfson
Children's Hospital where
pediatric cardiologists
could provide the care she
needed. Shortly after, the
parents were notified of the
situation.
Reflecting on the inci-
dent, Jennifer said, "It was
like in the movies. I was
yelling 'don't take my baby!'
But everybody was so pro-
fessional. All the attention
was on Hannah. You don't
expect to see doctors and
nurses so concerned. Her
condition turned out not
to be life threatening, but
it could have led to other
more serious conditions. I
am a schoolteacher and you


Photo by HN LeeAnn


never get to see the results
of your work. My daughter
got extremely good care at
the naval hospital and we
want people to know it."
In his letter to Naval
Hospital Commanding
Officer Capt. Raquel Bono,
Petty Officer Walker wrote,
"My wife and I were very
impressed with the entire
staff and the leadership
from the Maternal Infant
Unit (MIU). The staff did
not just stop after Hannah
was taken to Wolfson's


Hospital; they kept asking
us how Hannah was doing
and how we were doing
with Hannah's condition.
With all the fantastic things
the MIU staff did, what
impressed me the most
was to see the care they
showed from the moment
we walked through the door
until after we walked out
the door. It felt like they
were going through it with
us because some of the staff
shed a few tears. The MIU
is a portrait of excellence


From left, Maternal
Infant Unit
Department Head
Cmdr. Angela
Nimmo, Jessica
Walker holding
Hannah, Lt. Adam
Sanborn, Ensign
Carla Jones and HN
Amber Hollier get
together following
a We Care Award
ceremony recogniz-
ing Naval Hospital
Jacksonville staff for
providing outstand-
ing medical care
for Hannah and her
mother.
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and care."
Jennifer and Hannah
frequently visit MIU
Department Head Cmdr.
Angela Nimmo, Ensign
Carla Jones and other staff
members who cared for
them during their inpatient
stay.
They were on hand when
the medical team received
a "We Care Award" from
Bono on March 23. This
award is presented to staff
members who embody the
command's Vision iof being
First in Service!


SPOUSE'S PERSPECTIVE


Navy husband, mentor


and example to others

By Beth Wiruth
Special Contributor
Often when we think about military spouses we
immediately think of wives left behind while their
male service member deploys. Since the 1970's
women are increasingly filling the ranks of our military.
This means men are among those left behind.
I assumed men would breeze through deployment with-
out a glitch. But I discovered they experience many of the
same things as women but their approach to facing these
challenges can help us all.
Meet Will Moore, father, veteran and Navy spouse. Will
and I met in 2004 just prior to deployment of USS Stennis.
His wife and my husband worked in the same division.
Will attended the Family Support Group (FSG) meeting,
the only husband among many, many Navy wives. As I
observed him I thought to myself, "This will be his first
and last FSG meeting." I was wrong. Not only did Will
become a vital part of the FSG, he became a friend and
support to many, including this author.
Bonnie and Will Moore celebrated their 14th anniversary
May 1, 2007. Will, a Navy veteran, is medically disabled.
Bonnie, a hospital corpsman, currently serves at the medi-
cal clinic at NAS Whidbey Island, Wash. They have two
children, Kailanni and Tatyana.
Prior to 9/11, Bonnie worked for United Airlines. A
Navy 'junior' (term for children of Sailors) Bonnie felt she
needed to join the Navy. When asked how he felt about
that decision, Will says, "Oh, I totally supported her, but I
did think she was crazy." In 2003 Bonnie (and Will) joined
the Navy. Will calls Bonnie his hero, "She joined the Navy
older, persevered through field medical training with the
Marines and continues to excel. She is my hero."
Since her enlistment, Will and Bonnie have been sepa-
rated for multiple schools, deployment and more schools.
As we spoke, Will mentioned that she may be facing
another deployment on board USS Comfort, the Navy's
west coast medical ship.
Will comments on his philosophy of marriage and how
the Navy impacts that, "marriage means we're one. When
you take away half of me it hurts. It hurts me and it hurts
Bonnie. But the way I look at it is I'm in the Navy, too. I
joined the Navy with Bonnie. And it is just as rough on me
as the ladies!"
Men experience the cycle of deployment just the same
as women. Will's key to coping? Take it one day at a time,
do what you can do each day and fill the emptiness by dis-
covery; discover yourself, your family, your children, your
community.
So how does he handle the challenges of Navy life?
"Take time out to worry about others," he said. Those
words are his life message. Of the many times we talked
over the last five years, Will was not calling me, the
ombudsman, for himself. Rather, he was calling on behalf
of others. From the custodial single dad he 'adopted', the
single mom with a diabetic child, the young spouse in
need of friendship and more, Will was taking care of those
around him, those he took the time to worry about. He ran
a car pool for children of the neighborhood, watched kids
after school, served as the alternate emergency contact
person for many school children of his neighborhood. Will
regular calls spouses to "check in" with them.
Will said the Navy helped him develop a keen sense
of humor. Being the stay at home dad of girls gives him
many opportunities to blush and laugh. Laughing, Will
declares, "You have to develop a sense of humor; you have
to find the laughter in the midst of hard times."
Will offers this advice to other spouses, both men and
women. "Stay busy. Fully utilize the support group for
support, information and knowledge. And remember, keep
in mind, that your Sailor is going through just as much as
you are, they are working hard, they get tired and they
are going through just as much as you."
Will closes with this last piece of advice, "Dare to care
for others." He offered that while instant messaging a
Navy friend, supporting her through a challenging transi-
tion to a new base.

Questions or comments? Contact Beth at beth.wiruth@home-
frontinfocus.corn. Join the conversation on the new talk show for
Navy spouses, Navy Homefront TALK. Logon on to www.blog-
: talkradio.cornm/homefrontinfocustalk each Wednesday at 7:00pm
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BOWLING CENTER
For more information call 542-3493.
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active
duty from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(Shoe rental not included)
Bowling 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
2 inside the Budweiser Brew House.
LAN gaming, Internet access and more!
15 cents a minute.
Czee Cyber Zone is also located in the sec-
ond 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!


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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.
Outdoor pool hours
Saturday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday 1-5 p.m.
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Aqua Aerobics
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11 a.m. - noon
Learn to Lift
Fitness Source
Monday - Friday, 9-10 a.m.
Monday - Thursday, 5-6 p.m.
I.T.T. EVENTS
For more information about I.T.T. trips or
ticket prices, please call 542-3318.
Orlando Science Center Trip
June 23
$25 per person, includes admission to the
center, the "Our Body" special exhibit, and
transportation.
Sign-up by June 13.
Alabama vs. FSU Football tickets go on
sale June 15 at 9 a.m.
Game is Sept. 29
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
100/200 Level $64 Club Level $132
Limit two tickets per person
American Idol Concert
July 8
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
$83.25 for Club Seats

LIBERTY COVE
RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted
to E1-E5 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.
Bowling Tournament
Tonight, 7 p.m.
NAS Freedom Lanes
Mall and Movie Trip
Saturday
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater
Free
The Comedy Zone Trip
May 29
Free appetizers and admission!
Jeanette Lee "The Black Widow"
June 1
The Zone
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S he Jacksonville Axemen are partnering with two local charities (Dreams Come
S True and the Greater Jacksonville USO) and will allow those charities to keep
50 percent of all the ticket sales revenue they generate during their upcoming
season.
Season tickets are $20 for all five home games and the 2007 American National Rugby
League Grand Final National Championship Game Aug. 25 at Hodges Stadium at the
University of North Florida.
All home games will start at 5:45 p.m. with the gates opening at 5 p.m.
Single game tickets will be available at the gate on game day for $5.
The game schedule is:
June 16: Jacksonville Axemen vs. New Jersey Sharks
June 23: Jacksonville Axemen vs. Washington D.C. Slayers
July 21: Jacksonville Axemen vs. Connecticut Wildcats
July 28: Jacksonville Axemen vs. New York Nights
Aug. 4: Jacksonville Axemen vs. Fairfax, Va. Eagles
Please visit www.jaxaxe.com for full schedule details.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Lifeguard Alyssa Mills (right) helps Ursula Davis sign her son up for summer swim lessons dur-
ing the swim registration event Saturday at the outdoor pool. Slots are still available for sum-
mer lessons. The cost is $30 per session. For more information, call 542-3720/2930.


open to all hands. For details call 542-
3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Epic Movie (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - The Nativity Story (PG)
Saturday, 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!
June 10 and 24 for active duty.
Today, June 12 and 26 for retirees and
Department of Defense personnel.
All hands golf clinic
June 8, 22
4-6 p.m.
Authorized patrons and invited guests
$10 per session includes 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
Sept. 17-21
9-10 a.m., $75 includes five sessions
Junior Golf Program
Every Sunday 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.
YOUTH
ACTIVITIES
Call 788-9772 for more information.
Non-School Day Drop Ins
Now available at the Youth Center.
Call for fees and times.

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
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T he USO has been working with the rock band, Drowning Pool to promote their
new song "Soldiers." Since the band's first USO tour in 2005, Drowning Pool and
the USO have worked together to boost the morale of thousands of service mem-
bers stationed overseas. Last year, Drowning Pool entertained more than 12,000 troops
in Germany, Kuwait and Iraq.
After traveling around the world on USO tours in 2005 and 2006, the band wrote the
song "Soldiers" in response to thousands of letters from troops. A music video was also
released simultaneously featuring live footage from the band's 2006 USO tour to Iraq
and Kuwait. The song is available exclusively for free download on the USO's MySpace
page, www.myspace.com/usoworldheadquarters.
Drowning Pool will also be embarking on a U.S. and overseas tour in May and June
and will donate $1 of each ticket sold on their upcoming U.S. concerts to the USO.

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Navy seeking LDO/CWO candidates


From the Chief of Naval
-Operations

' r he Navy is seeking
applications from
highly qualified and
motivated E6 through E9
personnel l for the fiscal year
-2009 limited duty officer
�(LDO) and chief warrant
.Officer (CWO) programs.
;LDOs and CWOs bring a
,variety of experience and
.,unique perspectives into
the wardroom from their
,eenlisted service.
,The LDO and CWO
career paths provide addi-
tional leadership opportuni-
ties for Sailors and enhance
'their ability to contribute
to the Navy. Unlike other
*enlisted commissioning pro-
grams, the LDO and CWO
,programs deliver seasoned
-professionals to the officer


corps with proven leader-
ship abilities at an econom-
ical cost.
Navy LDOs provide broad
technical management
and leadership skills and
CWOs provide specific tech-
nical expertise and leader-
ship skills in support of the
unrestricted line, restricted
line and staff communities.
They serve in a variety of
leadership billets within
their technical fields, .rang-
ing from division officer to
commanding officer ashore.
Time in service eligibility
date for the FY-09 board is
Oct. 1, 2008. Applications
must be post marked no
later than Oct. 1, 2007 and
addenda to applications
must be received no later
than Dec. 3, 2007.
Commands should ensure
copies of the most recent


periodic fitness report or
evaluation for their appli-
cants are submitted in
the original application or
addendum.
Due to ongoing rating
mergers, eligible Sailors are
encouraged to apply for the
designator for which they
are most qualified, regard-
less of current rating. Refer
to OPNAVINST 1420.1A
(chapters seven, two and
appendix F) for program
overview, eligibility criteria
and application format.
For the most up to date
application process and
mailing information visit
the LDO/CWO Website at
http://www.npc.navy.mil/
boards/administrative/ldoc-
wo.htm. This site will con-
tain application guidance
for monitoring the receipt
and status of applica-


tions after Navy Personnel
Command review.
Also, how to reconcile
applications if addition-
al items/corrections are
required for completeness
or eligibility. For the most
up to date designator codes,
visit the LDO/CWO offi-
cer community manager
Website at http://www/npc/
navy.mil/officer/ldocwocom-
munity/theapplication.htm
and click on the LDO/CWO
designators link.
For more information on
general LDO/CWO career
paths and policies, call
Capt. David Wilike at (901)
874-3042 (DSN 882) or
CW05 Russell Coleman at
(901) 874-3044 (DSN 882).
For application/eligibility
questions call Neal Dawson
at (901) 874-4416.


Ombudsman Trainer's Symposium held


"By Zona Lewis
CNIC Public Affairs
C certified ombudsman trainers
(COTs) from Navy commands
worldwide met for the annual
�,Ombudsman Trainer's Symposium
hosted by Commander, Navy
.Installations Command May 1-4 in
Tampa, Fla.
COTs are Fleet and Family Support
'Center staff, ombudsmen, and senior
'leadership spouses who have exten-
,ive knowledge and experience
'With the Navy Family Ombudsman
Program.
S"Experienced ombudsmen are
encouraged to become certified
-ombudsman trainers," said Navy
,Family Ombudsman Program
Manager Christine DeGraw. "These
,individuals are trained and certified
�6 teach ombudsman basic training."
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As COTs, they are instrumen-
tal in supporting the success of the
ombudsman program. By providing
timely and specialized training to
new ombudsmen, COTs ensure com-
mands are prepared to assist families
in meeting the unique challenges of
the military lifestyle.
"COTs are important to the overall
success [of the ombudsman program]
because a well-trained ombudsman
will be able to perform their duties
effectively and also represent the com-
mand professionally," said DeGraw.
The goal of the symposium was to
introduce the new ombudsman basic
training and instructor guide mate-
rials, as well as provide additional
program resource information to
assist the trainers in their instruction
efforts.
The .new training and instruc-
tor's guides are part of an extensive


update to the Navy family ombuds-
man instruction which was released
in March.
"Basically both were updated
to reflected modern changes," said
DeGraw. "Neither had been updated
since 1994."
The manuals were updated to reflect
changes in the .new instruction and to
eliminate redundancy. Training was
streamlined, reducing class time, and
exercises were updated to reflect cur-
rent situations an ombudsman can
expect to encounter.
Training is held throughout
the year. Experienced ombudsmen
are encouraged to apply. A train-
ing opportunity will be held at NAS
Jacksonville June 11-14.
Additional information about the
training is available from the Fleet
and Family Support Program Web
site, www.nffsp.navy.mil.


iNavy Lodge reservations now much easier
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more color photos of the tures a list of worldwide vation center manager. d
he Navy Lodge interior and exterior of room rates, policies, fre- Navy Lodges- feature e
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Compensatory time off for travel

By Seth Leventhal el, effective May 17. travel compensatory time earn or use compensatory
CNIC Comptroller Special rules apply to this and CF for used travel com- time earned under this law
form of compensatory time pensatory time. Employees
TrThe Federal Workforce that differ from normal filing a request to either See TRAVEL, Page 19
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l* riiuiiity -Act, signed
by the President on
'iQct. 30, 2004, establishes a
1ew form of compensatory
=me off for time spent by an
employee in a travel status
away from the employee's
official duty station when
such time is not otherwise
compensable.
These rules were imple-
mented using the interim
rules published by the
U.S. Office of Personnel
Management (OPM) in the
Federal Register of Jan. 27,
2005. OPM published an
explanatory guide to this
law, which contains a sum-
mary of the law, answers
to common questions, and
examples of how to figure a
traveler's entitlement.
In the Federal Register of
April 17, 2007 OPM issued
final regulations on com-
pensatory time off for trav-


compensatory time.
For example, there is no
limitation on the amount
of compensatory time off
for travel an employee may
earn, but an employee must
use his or her accrued com-
pensatory time off for travel
by the end of the 26th pay
period after the pay period
in which it was earned or
the employee must forfeit
such compensatory time off.
(The rules permit the head
of an agency to extend this
time limit if an emergency
prevents an employee from
using the benefit.)
Therefore this time must
be tracked separately from
normal compensatory time.
Do not use regular comp
time coding in the time and
attendance system.
The two new DCPS codes
for compensatory time for
travel are CB for earned


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By CNIC Emergency Management Office

P" personal identification and proof of finances
and insurance are valuable records, particu-,
larly during an emergency when electronic
verification may not be available. Make gathering'
and protecting important family documents part of
your emergency planning.
"Keeping copies of essential information in your
emergency kit will give you and your family quicker.
access to important resources when disaster strikes,",
said Owen McIntyre, director of Commander, Navy
Installations Command's Emergency Management
Program.
Be sure to keep dated copies of all important
records-personal, financial and insurance-related. If;
possible, along with hard copies, make electronic cop-
ies as well and store them on a disk in a waterproof/
fireproof container with your family's emergency pre-
paredness kit.
.Include the following important documents:
Personal:
Military ID card(s)
Birth certificates)
Marriage license and divorce records
Social Security card(s)
Passport(s)
Citizenship papers
Medical records
Vehicle registration/ownership records
Will(s)/power(s) of attorney (personal/property)
Financial:
Tax statements/returns
Bank/credit union statements
Credit/debit card statements
Investment/retirement accounts
All income records (including government benefits,
child support and alimony)
Mortgage statement or lease
Utility bills
Insurance:
Health insurance card(s)
Insurance statements (property, rental, auto and
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Hurricane Preparedness Week - A



time for all pet owners to get ready


From The Humane Society of the
U.S.
With an above-average hur-
ricane season predicated for
2007, now is the time for pet
owners to get prepared by creating a
plan and gathering supplies so you
are ready when a hurricane strikes.
"The key to survival during a disas-
ter for you and your animals is to be
as prepared as possible before the
storm hits," comments Randy Covey,
director of disaster services for The
Humane Society of the United States.
"Take the time to create a plan and
assemble an emergency kit for you
and your pet. By taking these steps
now, you will greatly increase your
pet's chances of survival."
There are over 358 million com-
panion animals living in American
homes. According to national surveys
post-Hurricane Katrina, 61 percent
of pet owners will not leave their
companion animals behind during a
disaster, which highlights the need


for pet owners to prepare.
The National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration declared
the week of May 20-26 as National
Hurricane Preparedness Week with a
goal of educating citizens in hurricane
susceptible areas what their vulner-
abilities are and how to take action to
reduce the effects of a hurricane.
The Humane Society of the United
States joins this effort by advising all
pet owners to have a kit for their pet,
which should include:
* Three-or-more-day supply of food
in airtight, water-proof container and
drinking water
* Bowls for food and water
* Current photos and physical
description of your pets, including
details on markings
* Medications, vaccination records
and first aid pet supplies
, * Comfort items such as a toy and
blanket
* Small garbage bags
* For dogs include - leash, harness
and a sturdy carrier large enough to


Additional medical assistance for children with


From LIFELines
As a parent of a spe-
cial needs child, you
are probably already
familiar with the Navy and
Marine Corps Exceptional
Family Member (EFM)
Program. 'Through these
programs, you have access
to medical, educational,
and emotional support for
your EFM, yourself, and
other family members.
There are also many
state and local organiza-
tions that offer assistance
for which your child with
special needs may be eli-
gible. Knowing what is
available and how to access
these programs is the best
way of being sure that you
are providing every means
of assistance available for
your child.
Many of these programs
have Web sites where you
can find information about
the type of assistance they
offer as well as their eligibil-
ity requirements. Searching
through the Internet for
the program that is right
for your child is a bit less
cumbersome with the use
of the Internet guide cre-
ated by the Family Village
Project at the University of
Wisconsin.
As you search through
these links looking for the
one that is applicable for
your child, you will notice
.that eligibility is often
based on income. Because


of this, many military fam-
ilies are not eligible for
assistance.
The Katie Beckett
Program allows families to
overcome this obstacle. The
program helps state and
federal programs to offer
Medicaid assistance to chil-
dren by means of waivers,
which render an otherwise
ineligible child eligible.
Services covered by
Medicaid may include men-
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transportation to services,
and more.
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gibility requirements are
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Since the Katie Beckett
Program varies with each
state, a new application
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The United Way also
offers assistance for medi-
cal and educational pro-
grams aimed at children
with special medical needs.
Many of their programs are
nationwide, and the assis-
tance can go with you as
you relocate from one duty
assignment to another.
Since continued treat-
ment or assistance for your
child is so important, mili-
tary families with their
transient way of life often
prefer programs that are
nationwide.


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also offer free or affordable
assistance for special needs
children. Contact the major
university in the state
where you are living to see
if they offer a program that
would benefit your child.
Often these are research
programs, which may not
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ment or aid for their chil-
dren.
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use as a sleeping area
* For cats include - litter and litter
box and a sturdy carrier large enough
for transport and for your cat to use
as a temporary "apartment" for sev-
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Planning is key and Covey also
advises:
* Placing the pet emergency sup-
ply kit by the door or directly in your
car so it is ready to go if you need to
evacuate quickly
* Making sure your pet has visible
identification on right now, before you
have to leave home
* Talking with a trusted neighbor
who is home during the workday and
can evacuate your pets if you are
away
For more details on how you can
prepare, visit humanesociety.org/
disaster. Read more about Hurricane
Preparedness Month at: http://www.
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special needs children. This
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form of transportation to
and from treatment facili-
ties or activities for your
child. Some clubs even
sponsor recreational activi-
ties to encourage physical
or mental growth for chil-
dren with special needs.
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of commerce where you live
to learn if any organizations
in the community offer such
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me for travel.
Keep in mind the following important provisions of the
OPM implementing regulations in determining entitle-
ments under this law:
The term "travel" is defined to mean officially autho-
rized travel-i.e. you must be under an approved travel
order. However, for purposes of receiving compensatory
time, 'travel status' does not include travel time that: is
otherwise compensable in any way as hours of work.
For example, federal employees traveling during basic
(non-overtime) holiday hours as part of their jobs are not
entitled to compensatory time off because employees are
entitled to their rate of basic pay for those hours.,
Time in travel status includes the time actually spent
traveling between the official duty station and a tempo-
rary duty station, or between two temporary duty sta-
tions, plus the "usual waiting time" that precedes ,or
interrupts such travel. For example, travelers are usually
advised to arrive at the airport one hour prior to a domes-
tic flight and two hours prior to an international flight.
This includes "usual waiting time" at airports where you
are making a layover to await a connecting flight.. In,,a
departure from the earlier draft proposal, employees 'do
not have to exclude time spent for meals from the compu-
tation used to determine time off.
If the employee experiences 'an extended (i.e., not usual)
waiting time during which he or she is free to use the time
for his or her own purposes (e.g., rest or sleep), the extenrd-
ed waiting time that is outside the employee's regular
working hours is not creditable time in a travel status.
Commuting time from home to the transportation ter-
minal (e.g., airport or train station) is generally not credit-
able. It can be considered creditable as time in a travel
status only if the terminal is outside the employee's offi-
cial duty station, but even then is subject to an offset for
the time the employee would have spent in normal home-
to-work or work-to-home commuting. If the employee
travels between a worksite and a transportation terminal,
the travel time outside regular working hours is creditable
as time in a travel status, and no commuting time offset
applies. '
Once the employee arrives at the temporary duty sta-
tion, he or she is no longer considered to be in a travel
status. Time spent at a temporary duty station between
arrival and departure cannot be credited as time in"a
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score New construction 1638SF, new IOAmiate, from $150K - $200K rfnarSnq"Cr6KTPricedtoseO [. ,:.--e H.:.. a :LNrf.mhf -
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$425k 904-476-9222 Iv msg Built 2004. 2-story, * No Credit? . & 25th Ave. S. 7107-9765
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$22 Y900 955- 97240 FLEMING Self EMPF inning : OK, CONDO ON THE RIVER AE
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OPEN:00TO5:00 ground pool, no CDD,
sBCall 241-2270HOR24,-9268 $294,900 Call 90 -218-2938 New H*me e F . .e . The Veterans Administration (VA)
1loansport ed.1traditional NO ProblemK/ LAnESHORE Ccdor Crk No-CmtdoI ISA
w th alA 3 one n cat brick, fenced. Possible Rent To 3Own 7,:.:g il "6. BB rl :, A l \W y
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1/1 Loft as Possible Extras, 2766 Ravine Hill Dr. tub, scrn pcr.:r. , rc. SHOW HOME.
2nd Bedroom-One Call Grace Ellis 904-655-7923 Like new $r:". i"- ,. , CONDITION U Ur I
Washe r/Dyero $ 69,920. sNewly remodeled "br ba Galed Re sorl Sf 4yle LIv-r A aliz I o 3
(904i645 0630 on 3 acres . . :.: -w.:a Iafg W -ith all meni ies. a
Near NAS & gazebo & ' ,- . - :.' 3bd/2ba, 1428 Sq Ft
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ARLINGTON Westside Mnted 3/3 pnco tlW a e w rlington 3BR/1.5 aBtheF r e FRAMERS & FRAMINGra
$150 DEPOSIT GfetgA a2200 nite, aSS appl, Rent to Own. 3235 Ces Jeulianton Creek / Cypress CREWS WANTED ASAP SCIENCE or SOCIAL PLUMBERS, FOREMEN,
Unfurnished Studios FRESH pool, anr $895m 273-0125 ery Blvd.Fully Reno- Call about Trace 2/2.5 Twnhm, fully Toolbelt & truck a must STUDIES TEACHER SUBCONTRACTORS
RNn toNN 1F rESHu r voted B o ck H omie ur Move In urn, amenities, culdesoc. Needed @ SIATech, a HELPERS Local muti-
139*l-Fi tesseGwreFishin1 ,80 Sog F I $12.0 pe rsta eI r2 8e S O ax 7 0 9 1 8 a th em l a
Ssing START! MANDARIN 2/2 New gr ayen Specials 50m/yrlease short 904-252-7581 charter Schol for"at familyproects, benefits,
UConv to Town & Beachs kitchen, bath carpet, & month Or vme n can TODAY term ovl. 904-687-1415 Promise" Students. 1-(877) 351-6226r
fRAA t39e5 arNASJax fresh paint. W/D. be offse by DnP7 3v-2 1 Located@ Jacksonville www.jacroson.com
S $5-$20.07 m $900/mao-- dep. 262-3058 ntk erhOwnewr 8 .J:oa s Job Corps Center. DFWP/EOE
ri e t Ufur starnthe WESTSIDE Arlington Exec. river- Apartment Commun. ity ef itj 5.sumso 47r � beEdtc
S e 2/2 Condo, w/d Incld, Pool front 3/2, nr J U, gated, 1, 2. & 3Br's Available. Program foa r Students,
7703 Hare Ave. Planters Walk access, upgrades, $850m0 . boat mooring. $1600m. 904-737-1831 e& a I u a t e s t u d e n t Fa rar Shp
725-0303 (904) 778-1791 Call 472-7314 904C249-7087/6073417$ us...Ser.Rap progress & Implement For a busy Repair Shop.
EG Westside 103rd 2/1.5695 ch& ORANGE PARK Oakleaf *************** East Hampton 2 story, lantation, 2950 SF, ) I r.. dys/yr. Valid & appro- Sign on bonus for right
.-'.* --Arlington - 122SF, WD Hu, Renovated, Condo , 2/2 all ground * Arlington, Southslde * 3/2.5, 1975sf 2c gar, w/d 4/3, Screened I R.,u!. no. ,r-ar ,o ^:.,Ie 6 private FL teacher Cer- people.Call904-662-3501
S REGENCYIN Dishwasher, Stve, Fridge floor, refrig, garage. * Westside, Northside * $1500 mo+dep 881-0101 Heated Pool, Pool ,j1. :.nrr, ,'ol,.n -at. tificate Recq'd.
S WEEKLY SPECIALS Dishwasher, Stove, Fridge RE 3893540 99mo Ph 9045368018. * * rviincluded," A , ' .plr i.-ral. A 2. Email resume & Cert:
S SVANSANT RE 389354 o Ptop Paying Rent! * Westsde 3br/2ba lyr old s Ohi in u u .r.r ,'.. i + .K eduJNbs@siatech.org To advertise
S139 7 DAY STAY9 725-5093 ORANGE Prk/ *I t in Move-in special st month chools,$1850 , .- - Or fx: 760945168in
d Re ANa k New Homesdintche $100's FREE. $1000/M $1000 904-230-4962 PCs June C E , . plOrefoax: 760-945-168 v the military
S, --WESTSIDE $149 Sec dep Fleming Island 'PNew Homes in the E si m 90424962 PC June private Instruction Drug fee environment. in the military
ARLINGTON Special. 1BR, $440. 2 Bd/2Ba. New * No Money? dep. 904-673-2811 645-7374 publications dis-
Specidll a o. . * __$4_t_1.xrMuera60s C rt0icateonatth
2SR Garage Apt Near ADine- Call 388- 72b17 Condo 1 Sn Ruels- d onte Vedra 5/4, gated Schools Fox resume 904 680 0502
Sara sit Bin Call 388-7317 bI o Reas- Cred WESTSIDE 3400sf, bit 2004 granite, Specialty Training/ tribeutedatthe
on Rd & esied to Washington. N Premn,/A, 19x19 bonus rm, comm. Events D I SPATCeH E R/CU ST. velocal bases in the
o lPets. Retm. Req. 55 778-2887 . SPublet br/b8, Discount for longer Psle Rbot ___ _ __r endra, 81-0895S _
AUHNDAE ar s01$8 wualdsher/dryer con- lease. 808 620-1719 P possible Rent To Ownk fenced, ceracti, poe-welvarea,
wUpstirs, Water Inch Stove nection, security, Mvsails@hawaii.rr.com * Call Dave 904-881-6653 STSIDE solid freight dispatching LOAN CRS Ne atallea
Fridge, Close to Stores. screened deck. WESTSIDE Nice 3/1.5,cust. sVc exo. Top pay branch hiring individuals
VANr, clAoN etE o Many amenities, newer SOUTHSIDE / IL Vilagio 1 ch/a fe ed, /benefits. 813-267-1811 ho nston ialr 904-359-4336
N RTH E 2/1. rhuu apartments. $660/mo. i(8 1,unit 3/2 Condo's AVONDALE -3/2 1600s of LR, DR, FRclh/, fenced, who wPons Ms to learv n FHA366
oro tl dA r. *.0 CALLAHAN Sv. J ohn C * Aiaion sonville. M v R ehT- m lo a in Fax 366 6230. c
NORTHSIDE 2/1, ch/a June 1st. $1 50mo. Coil Eddie incids porch, new pnt . .sroan.tUCvhv
Aderside St. $570m; Call 904-382-5904 904-309-1283 CH&A, wd firs, fncd , r. - - eX Competitive st:m muBplit. _l
A i.r ..er, $1350 465-3301 WETLIDE OS Re Al 1A T Resumes to: msma.Ruls
4/t.5 Feffee St. $900; w/d SOUTHSIDE Waterfront l..T,-,r :,I,,, E REALy C ESTATE nBc mbridgeiax.com n I.L SCaing.
hku in a cl.l 904-505-3365 4/3,210 0 50 Ofrhsnrn AVONDALE 2/1 $795 r *We- ' D ay , 1ree - :- - - 8WkvClass Wna 16ein e/k E
, , 944SF. HW Floors, 1 Car Gar 8tWeek Eve*Dn a ss&Mtym16 Grounds
* newyeno2strycar __ VANSANDT REB389-3540 A.. ll,za-ogtnlA. EMandarin ( 2 5 "A swww.myfrei.com9 T N
rioge hse, 2 biks from 10 MINUTES FROM. (904) 269.2555 ASSISTANTS- Needed
Ortega Rivers. Secluded BASE ! 3/2 w/garage SOUTHS.DE- St. John's BAYMEADOWS/Avenues :'a.laE.atr,,, r, r'M fo O ge a . n LANESCAPEMANT
lot, $1000/mo 993-4484 $1175 or 2/2.5w/free cable Town Center - 1/1 condo Mall 3/2+ofc, 2050sf vaib. Starting at $800. Frda Real Estate Institute Mon o Onge LANDSCAREMAINT-
& internet $995. Realty w/attached garage. brick, tile firs, $1295m+ Zenith Realty 215-0676 WAREHOUSE HELPER Minimum 3yrs exp. Clean
SAN MARCO Executives, Ponte Vedra Screened balcony, W/D dp. Credit check. 651-2927 I = i Neat, dependable, good vlid DL. 904-545-0425
. Special 904-249-7676, press 2 in unit, Appliances $500 Down U OWN A .. , -,a E-C,- C-Dn,r driving record, Apply Ask for Kevin
1 &l 9 p under warranty. Gated EAGLE HARBOR All Areas 1st Mo. FREE .: 4. .:-r,.:r. 'e n ., c.. Murray's Contract
CALL398-9492 10 MINUTES FROM community w/poo and Lakefront, 4 Bd/2 EZ QUALIFY Jl , t a-.,, i: , 9"-9.9 Hardware aE t 5M4 29 HA
ES BASE! 3/2 wgoage fitness center. Avail- Ba, 2 car garage. Call the Hotline 388-1208 H N A Bn .T.. s0 Rmona Blvd. M-Pa 8-4, 9
AT LAKEWOOD AFT'S & internet $995. Realty Ceramic & Laminate
On corner of San Jose Executives, Pnte Vedra Floor. Central Air & e DENTAL HYefrGenPT
Blvd. & UniV55'. Blvd. W.r 904-249-7676, press 2 H ousesCeiling Fans. Backy ard Ai. ,'t' iR G - as- iI l
lbr from 5655; 2br trm mnurishedm ,Fence. Fishing Deck. F.orida.dhI rs ,.IT E SECURITY OFFICERS
$695. On busline, pool, BARTRAM PARK brand u "A" Rated Schools! One B . , r, r* rl k re : Up to $10.00 hour
C onal deraoInub C rt r Ponew3/2N1cargar0loseT BlockfromProatrramp.I S ou thea st rr.i.-e696 UPto $10.00 bhor
l r-y sleesfekr. one 3/2 cosg c urs AVONDALE2 21MOST W IrBlock from boat ramp. 8042a TRIED THE REST NOW
auln 7y-,6a As t o n A a1 ,eS cne AVONDALE 2/1, MUSTBeveyAG $1500/Mo eor803-4287 ' Auto Window Tinter. TRY THE BEST
Smmy . to NAS JAXp . fitness cntr SEE 4235 uBeverly Ave.,$agle Harbor 3/2 2 car, DENTAL RECEPT. , Must be very exp'd. Free health ins,
OTo y HE ' ool Aa il0m +d p $1325. tfurn, $1200 unfurn. Eagle Harbor 3/2, 2 car, * ran.e Pr ,- Ormond Bch loc.. May 401K, Uniforms Provided
SOUTHSIDE/Manadrin 2BR's $1200. Call 333-7885. de. Call 904.294.9931 on water, sprinkler, e. , help w/relocation based Gurardsmark
21, s BAYMEADOWS TH fenced,screened,o Homes, Townhomes, t ieORex
1.4llM_'.ot',.A e n Di_',-,,l h. R . ona xp. Call or faxc"Drilisenserse.
2 X1 , pL A pts, 75 0m2o; 3/2.5, Dd n y d-1644 H a m p to n , $1250., a n d C o n d o m in iu m s ! n D. '- .3J ,nddah'hCs Cll o r .f o x"ID " l.i.ce n se re su m e 10 (386 1 677 6466, B B 9700027 904-731-2060
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crMOVE IN SPECIALS + dep. w/ uood opt.Clo2nfrn i o 1, 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms Faor Sle Resume Service or fax 904-269-1307 or em: fax (386) 671-2119. wwt.guardsmark.com
Shucom Properties 721-1767 607-7700 759-0882 o Fleming Island- $450 - $1450 Commercial/tndstriial Accounting/ anishdmd@aol.com CARPENTERS w/exp. for
WESTSIDE 2br Newly Dwntwn 1/1, $800, all 103rd S 4/2 195 ch&a EaNe arb N theFollowingDAreirr e
Remod. W/D corn $665mo. until's incl+ctv, Secured Built 1995,2 C er o, 1750SF 5B:tONW T2T0S0Ef, FL &repairs.fMorustnbefaln eFFI E a t w edorkewidu ne
BR- rN .RTBusD* BPosseefong FRONT OFFICE/ to&workpwithout IsMuev
Free Rent Special. access, city view, 7-12 Sec Sys, Kit Equip, WD Hu. room w/heat & AC, free OCEANWAY s fo l Advertsing/Media DENTAL ASST FmRY
Seaboard Oaks. 904.778-9836 mo lease. 904-294-2470 VANSANDT RE 389.3540 heated pool, tennis & OWNTOWN Office Space For Sale . Beaches. EDA req'dany
Sgoif in community. ARLINGTON Office Space For Rent Fax resume to 249-7980 work. Tools & transp Highly motivated with
WESTSIDE 1/1 garage EAGLE HAR BOR new ARLINGTON- Waterlef E UC from SOUTHSIDE Retail ParSale Interior Design/ or call 241-4237 must. DFWP. 904-838-4034 substantial exp. in plain-
apt, completely reno- condo in Cobblestone, Community, 4 BR, 3 BA, $2,000/mto $1,825/m. ARGYLE RelailFor Rent Graphics Design Construction Estimator/ tiff P law. Type 70wpm
voted, 5267 Timuun 2/2, F + bonus $2000/month. 542-7908 WESTIDE St. Jhns Cmmercial/ Automotive Sales/ HYGIENIST- needed P Prect r-rt-time commun-
Rd. $450/mo. 389-1140 $1050mo. PH 386-527-8664 Contact 904-707-9610 ILoTues & ThursdayL for fresm l t omem szecra tion ce
FLEN SLAND. SAMARCO Indusrial Fr Sale Service dental practice in Jack- rs . ommis reuesd s e
Sr r..:... Srg A ARCO St. Johns Commercial/ Aviation sonvlle. st hve CPR ireagor@iaxlegalhelp.cmcomm
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Sm,: ., .n. ST. AUGUSTINE Industrial For Rent Civil Service/ license. Fax resume to Fax resume 904-2644842 r@ hepc
SSt JohnsBusinesses for Sale rntAdministration Office BATHROOM
S .'; '. ,, 904-757-3466 ..JohnsBusssforSale Government/ 407-788-7267 BTREMD MELER
. . , , JCALL FOR OUR N SJohsOfceceFarSale Public Administration Tools&trucka must
SINOAIBLEA PLANT' RENTAL SPECIALS Sohns Office Spaceor / Computer Hardware/ OFFICE MANAGER- 904-732-1870or 838-4769
e t4N.olfh Fded1eBLE CoREEK tRPe W VI ONEAo wa rDental ece rvie s
Ex , ", ". " .. il:ta. I, ,. St. Johns Retail For Sale Software/ group in Bartroam Park DOOR SHOP Reduction OFFICE/WHSE Cleaning
SeSt. Johns Retail For Rent Programming location In Jax. Min 5 Supervisor/Mar- Hands $7.50/hr to start. Morning
904-249-7676, press 2 i Construction years exp in Dental. on exp. req'd. Must have 5dys/wk. W. Jacksonville
INOAKLEAF LANTA Dentrix exp a plus. Fax skilled knowledge & area FT/PT. 1-800-462-1362
TidI-ON/PAEK-LEA PCREeAEt- 6 Esr co resume to Administra- ability to solve problems Espanol6 1-61-504-6903
3/2, 1300SF. $1150. Realty .. LEU'1Dental lion office 407-788-7267 & to manage people. -
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SExecutives, te V-edra Dan Jones & i Domestic Services/ n-exp. need not apply.
R a t 904-249-7676, press 2 Associates,Inc Caregiving ORTHODONTIC ASST M-F. Call 739-0702
HauSal roca1971 57wes 496Ortho exp req. for high
WET. INTERCOASTAL (904) 757-3466 c Delivery Driver quality patient oriented Electrical Purchaser/
WEST 4 B R/2 BA wwwERADANJONESc NORTHSIDE -956sf. com
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S k,.:.. .~ ' : Training Fax to 904-992-4340 Owen Electric MENTAL HEALTH
389 31 97l$149 05364 Low Dll/Wl Rate -0Tran i Fax to 904-992-4340 call
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VANSANDTRE, ,,,3, 9: S4, ., ! ,0 "-_1z ,,a a-m,:, o, a-, S, ,,',&, Ge rPhone: 367-8600 M mental Health Security
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4 23-33 1041 -S5 Lakeshore 31 i`70chl a NORTHSIDE .2 :-6 _ _,ior -* Hotel/Hospitality/ CAREGIVER to assist SOFFIT & FASCIA managing, directing,
cin-dgedhorlzonl n..iM nioininngside,0horiznll corn ." " ' " ;: - ,;- .,,. . '| To|urism /seniors. Must be HELP NEEDED planning, implementing
'i... ,_r . I .... .,,,,, r,.-, ,-"".,. mature & exp'd. Exp pref, but not nec. and supervising the
VANSANDT RE "i,5 4u ,. Com, ,.r, -- -*- Industrial Trades Background check'req'd. Apply in person: security enforcement
Confederate Point Club at Charter Point .ANDARIN 2, 190,, t.,ae I.ge Prp.- insurance 904-768-0035 5808 Mining1696Terr. 32257sfor a large stte-
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4' RC l ' :. ,:. A i '._'' .r ' "a nLive-in Lady PAINTERS & HELPERS tion. Broadband Salary
1445 .n... .I3rNc .e.. .[. RSo 5501 ianv.r.r.. Club Bhd N '........... ........-."' VANSANDT RE 5E356 WESTSIDE Maintenance r ,Needed on Social NEEDED range: $28,093.00 -
M90NDARINW50 66L.N7.6., - - Law Enforcement) Security Drive, Exp pref, but not nec. $73,007.22. Hours:
*- 1- 2 S3 555 ,,N . , or, --;. S / 2, Apighousekeepg Appy in person: 8:0AM to 4:30PM.
contedcr ri.pot'hfionzon lc,'in Lhe h trnr L )umrr,:1 ,' i . -.. r.3 cra. _ -1 r., -. Security/Safety tIgh oue Applyinpr on: 8:00A to430M
r ,- r - 'r - i , :,, 3,,.3 t-o. ' r exchangee free room , 5808 M inning Terr. 32257 Please view m inim um
n r [ ' , r - he d ,"h nt] -l L .o, ., , _ . :,r 1 .Dr , . , ,n - a - *Legal salary. Background 448-1696 qua lifications and
'-, , , :_'- ,. , .._,. dutiess; a apply on line a t
Cross Creek The Wroods of Mandarin MOVINJanitorial Services ...FOREMANSpNEEDEDo
1ARManufacturingIMMED. Must have
S 19041 M)7nok1 9320 Hat-96v . Conlkci Dor,- Marketing Delver Drve transp. Call 545-5232 _M ea i
.l04)iS6 2610 R(412 796Sc Bus o Inlracoaoiol W Atlantic. Medical/Health Care' PLUMBER
crosIreekbonzoo.do-n oor, ,Od:and.:-,,honzoni.co. 3 H Marine/Trade Experienced. Valid
o ar .Ct akes.r/sA,-.. a'- a, , e ",-Drivers License needed.
Email- laIkE - ,r., , 1,, ,' .., Nurses/NursesAidesExcellent Pay & Benefits.
Office/Clerical/ , Call 725-9397
I .. . doris@voo.com Julinglon Plant a ..... s/.warehouse duties. * AWP Mechanics
� ' "We Care About :,5,:, . i r,,rr. . ,, Administration Entry level. $8hr. PLUMBER HELPER Heavy Eqpt Mech's
S1 . * Rur Customers" Dn. , ' The Ports House 10321 construction GOOD PAY, Hydraulic
S-I.Tour to Tour W .. :'D 13 " ' Personal Services/ Fortune Parkway, Blidg GREAT BENEFITS, Electrical
MILITARTSETA IDEPR GRAMour Customers ErDr.,. n. '., "i " RBeauty 400. Drug Free wkplc DFWP. Call 727-14P4
M U R R A Y H IL L 3 1n 0 75 . --.un + C , "'A5.' .At. . R e a l E s ta te /P ro p e rt y M -F 8a m -2p m . F u ll tim e ,o
M A Y -J- . K-r E -, - - . I 4 , Management FLAT BED/ R FR -Darley's Plumbing Inc. required. Excellent
WW WDlHookup, cS&90SF RCiass A cdl, rea & OTR PLUMBERS & EXPF pall&904-43-295
VANSANDT RE 389-3540 BaUn; Fr Ia-fpulitil Recreation/Sports/ $700/$1200up. lyr mmin HELPERS- residential
MURRAY HILL Ira3/1+ f bO[hP Fitness OTR exp. HIth ins. Home new construction, top pay FaX 99 04-443-0020
MURRAY HILL IrO 3/1 + Thlrhp Rmost wknds. 813-267-1811 & benefits. O.P. Duncan DFWP/EOE
C 7 den, 1500sf, w/d, pets ok, Arlington Franchises Restaurant)Bar/Club/ most_ wknds.__13-267-181 Plumbing, 276-0855uLM
fenced backyd, shed, REGENCY INN Fictitious Names Food/Beverages
$1025m. Sacho 548-7636 * WEEKLY SPECIALSI I Financial Services Retail .
e i M sdoNORTHSIDE Amelia View $139 * 7 DAY STAY * 725-5093 Money to Lend/Borrow Sales
4/3. 2 cur gun, dock. AC CLAY COUNTY ,.ini]ie. B,,uh hS old Science/Research
comm. pool $1300/ma From $90 Per Week, All Social Services
904 -727-3592, 813-972-1863 Util ties Included, AC. Si STpe 3
NtieOne Bedroom Staiing At or CALL NOW 566-6265 B si Counselingn
One Bedroom S Starting At0013 Th osr enCfttod ow. Duval - wRe in to - Technical Support
$ C00rCall 571-0607 _ - room: No autilities,h Telemarketing
S NORT D ASmiles from NAS 0AMERICAS#1 CARD Transportation
6 8 5 0BeutifRul 4 b/ 1/2 J(ax. $350 a month.NO Route guarantee Warehouse/Inventory Ue
be. home. pprox Pets. Co ll 778-8977 accounts earn $15K -
and much Pr o 5eMANDARIN We Call 888-238-1635 24/7 �* Positions Wanted
grage sand much From $90 Per Week, All Position Wanted We Mak a DI
more . .Near airport and Util (ties Included,AC BEAD STORE Great ' ' . .
Sa 924-9074e . CALL NOW 56-6265 location off Hwy 17. All
lNORT1SIDE inventory incl'd. 573- 0966
Northside Rent to Own. From $90 Per Week, All EMA , a niz nfl' g
3/1 fenc yd, scrm, car Util ties Included, AC. AVIATION O E ect nriTechnology,enineeng,
APARTMENTS port. washer hkup, $800 CALL NOW 566-6265 OP K HELICOPTER MAIN"-, egnen.
mo+$800dep 904-465-2165 TENANCE POSITION management, an tics support, and one of the
. ORANGE PARK-z 4 -- . . . . r C M ^ ^ C.�r Re and qall Mark and one or tho
Seaat Ave Neptu Beach (94 249-56111 ,NORTHSIDE Room for Rent PIRTEK: S O uccesst .ul. 216. | a.'-r..
1~10 � .f2lA, All new inside. S595mo. 480.00 month, fur Franchise now avail- ,,,r,, r.. ros
,1100 Seagate Ave NeptuneBe a a T INcd (904) 2in-5611 Move Macksonvplleal. 9-42 IEmpAloyer region's top employers, wants you to join
Call 472-7314 elec, water, cable, (888) 774-7835; . . ,' uO ao world-class
DU,1, w/d Cons., CH&A, scnrd Call70n4andra31

center 3/2 owner Pays Fenced Yard. Small Dog $349,900. Seller Financing FAA A&P license, 5for
water, sewer, lawn care, ok. $600/Mo Inc. Until. Avail. Great opportunity years haCnds-on turbine
. 1075mo. 904- 626-8741 616-0277 or 665-0654. for operator 954-856-4825 helicopter maintenance
Historic Avondale u OAKLEAF PCS Beauti- WESTSIDE or 877-818-2274 experience. Must be
R R Rful414--upstirsbo... From $90 Per Week, All U.S. citi in...rp.. hi
RPrm. 3,050 sq. ft. on quiet Util ties Included, AC. ntident. Agusa
July 1.$2200=1yr; $2100 WESTSIDE- cable, excellent fully Paid ben-
2Ayrs; $2000=3yrs. phone, furnished. efitspackageincluding
Hurry Hurry Hurry Call Marty 904-571-4970 $135/week 449-8603 a pension & 401k. For-
Hukoaklefexec MTG. Rate Adjusting? ward resume with sal-
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quiet, 1n. kit & FR, DR, w/Microwave & Refrig! cMark904-233-4231 estland or fax to
fpic,c$1495 505-3648 Low D Nily/Wkly Rates: 904-771-8511 on call
389-3179 ORANGE PK/Grove Pk, 10% off for Wkly Room! NEED CASH ? 904-771-6175.
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Door to Door Canvasser We oand d rer Antiq e Lae Cedar Desk Cherry Wood QUEEN ANN STYLE r co o $ 0 Mens Chie Uni-
w exp. needed G real Kenmore, large Chest Pedestal Logs solid wood, comesCLAW EGS DINING Call Tsr-379-6036s
AP-RECEPTIONIST, ly tate Appraiser onroran ent, great pay. cap . Almt ornale wood carv- wh nice chair. $250 CLAW LE-GS DINING cheap, most ems
IE T sTfe DANCERS E CerGee motivated. Sart immediately T gs. o years old 0130 614-6820 TABLE - ROUND 52" never wor. Cell
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codod. mhaclde2-576-8
Sb wheraoly i 0 407.772. 340. eating $0 912-7 antiue.$45a and BEEN USED . Nordic Trc k
REHAB DEPT. PRN, Antiues ea res Itral weaesh stand $4i n CHERR 5 HOVEROUND PWR ExerciserFolda up
T, COTA , PT, PTA, ST. Appliances for lI. 3 Excellent condition, 573-9344 OR 762-5998 CHAIR- exc. cond $2500 a e
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Drds Lake Healthcxe rS DR I s VER WANTED 287R7Nor,. Gr-at tar tm ch ed c
833 KIngsley Av. OP. FL NEED MONEY FAST??? uinS FORD RILEY PRINTS ily husi. Ci Tara. 912-7297 LIFT CHAIR- LaZBoy
32073 or fox resume r s Drive Yellow Cob. dn(2) F rammed. 9-60 massage & heat $550. paraffin Bath, by
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practice inicin Fruit Cal 998-3111 COlectableSAHOUSEHOLD FURNI- AM until 2 PM at 6024 B WHEELCHAIR Like elbow, or foot therapy.
553 Booklet. $12 268-2482
.. Bnefits.Mon-Fri Computer Banquel Table Oak TURE FOR SALE iD e
La- Ep. Ea resume to it Ten c airs HUNTER GREEN thing must goR Make Size Pier
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mofic Must iAave. Rhi a I M4 C i6Fruad/Vegetaes i CULTIVATION, POND R OOM SET INCLUDED Por table Basket-
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SLEEP TECH - Rese. DJDrtORMAN, -Miscellaneous look brand new. $37.50 each, water ord 4318 Musco7vy Rd. Wed0 year, New. Paid
therapist or medical BARTENDERS, MULCH, ROCK, STONE Merchandise Will take $100 for BED A Brand Name Full wine $27.0 each. Phone -Sun. Elec whl chr,chin r $350n 00 Asking $100.
background. Expanding WAITSTAFF Design, Delivery, & Musical Merchandise all. Please call Crystal set $129, new w/warr in 912-729-7307 cab, ent ctr, etc. 566-6185 Two Reindeer,















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triDom, excellent condi- sony audio/video control xBeds with matno01- $k7s75e
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32210,M 904ci 389-1125, F s- osqu0reghosswhiteSport
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1 ore l dium! We are gearing n All Professional Paining & Less than yr old. Selling" Both $100. Call 4f square, glasstop
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events- We currently estimates - Quality work Like new $150.Wspeed with cargo
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iOfRG OFIT ON JUNE SPECIAL" Refgeo/ aa New Se ing fo Triple Door $75. Bth stands, Ig dresser, chest l338.1264Audl pink, includes helmet,
Rmin g & ti Freez Sdeby ha p ice $45. $102649984 at drawers $450 mai- Center, curtains, barely used. $25.00.
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alll, attachments, exc. waterIdoor22 .in Audioepiece and ottoman, $3000.004-291 6oBeor0.0 HUNTING CLUB,
condo. $350. 904-310-2101 aid over $1400. New $495. v i deo storage. 6 months old, Call 904-291-6091 or 2 08 0.00 1o9 Nassau Co., Griffin Rd
ShippinqlonvoiCing Clerk LevyRestoorants~com cond._$350.904_318_2181 Mare Info. 904-282-1272 Woodrain.Lock- Paul5 904-742-3116 area. $1000. 904-225-5445
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7$40.00 Call Paul ri9e4d.5-7, &tall.t Q-set $1800. 993-1336a d e
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Medical Plan . Freezer Chest TOp ,l4Kenmore, Large 268-2482 for Videos/Discs. condition, inte- NIB $20.00
Outgoing and great attitude needed panScul.,used capacity, almost FWoodgrain, locking Call 278-0118
tbut works excellent new $500 for both. COMPUTER DESK with doors, Exc. Cond. Paid $245. Asking $100.
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997-816never used. $400 great. Call 771-1353 dresser $300; Antique Brand new in crate! $499 micro-fiber sofa; 'k'great condition. $50. manual, $25.00. Call concert Posters. Will
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10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
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9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
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7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000


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9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
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10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
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1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
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1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
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1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
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1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bc. 1-800-228-7454

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9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
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6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078


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10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
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10859 Philips Hwy. - 880-3000
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1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
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9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
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8105 Blanding Blvd.
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10800 Atlantic Blvd.


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1285 Cassat Ave.
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11401 Philips Hwy.
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Indar/otooxd nOwners ho urs. MUST GO ! ! 0RANGE PAIRK FL LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE towing package, $24,900 Great drives excellent. VW BEETLE '04 fully loaded, 49,800 miles.
moving, $5o. rseas98and $12-2 7,4 100-5 CoI6 Dan9 OR K L US ' . j 68K mCies, Chris Must sell, must see LEConaUvert GLS Turbo $4LE 7LLE
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taKing deposits 56-6410 Sales, Service,VPartes .. CHEVROfLET 000 LEXU O JACKSONVILLE $15,900 SATrURND 800 '02CHEVY UBURdBAN LS
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spayed, .all shots, family Alachuo . 808-54 639 bllio26,00 miles. pew HONDA CIVIC '05 04 BMW 325Xi 998-0012 03rd eat, loaded. $8975.
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'99 4x4, V8, o1, dual ac,
3rd seat, loaded. $8975.
777-9119
CHEVY TAHOE LT
'04. White/tan.
$22,640 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE 1500 '04 Rumble
Bee. Black, Hemi, loaded
$17,975. Call 674-4444

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MUST SELLII
PW, PB, AC, AM-FM
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WHEN TRUCK IS
SOLD. ONLY 43,000
MILES $17,641.
CALL 738-4119

rf DODGE
DURANGO '04 SLT,
2DVD's, fully
equipped. $14,880
998-0012
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( DODGE RAM 1500
HEMI Crew Cab '05
$19,990


S automatic, 121K
miles, $5500 OBO,
Call 912.409-1637
�t FORD Expedition
'03 fully equip, xtra
low miles. $17,990
998-0012
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FORD F150 CREW CAB
'01 XLT Loaded, red.
$11,975. Call 674-4444
FORD F-150 2003
4X4, V8/AT, Black,
loaded, alarm, sun-
roof, in-dash DVD,
toolbox, tint, runboards,
Awesome truck! $18,500
OBO 904-463-7605
, Ford F-350 XLT, 5
speed, V-10, 4 WD,
power everything,
102K, $12,000, Call
352-235-6143
f GMC SIERRA PU
'05. Like new, only
$16,000 mi. $14,890
998-0012
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( INFINITI FX45 '03
35,000 miles. Tech
pkg, Navi. $30,990
998-0012
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C INFINITI FX45'04
White/tan. $30,980
998-0012
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J JEEP Cherokee
Laredo 1991. AT.
Power Windows. 6
Cyl. 4.0 liter. Tow-
ing. A/C. Alloy Wheels.
Runs Great. $2500.
744-1794.
(7 JEEP
WRANGLER
UNLIMITED '06.
Dark blue, hard top.
$21,380
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
KIA SHORTAGE '00
Conv, Only 40,600mi, AT,
AC, Loadd, $5,975 674-4444
LINCOLN NAVI-
GATOR '04.Fully
equipped. $25,995
998-0012
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LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
'99 White, Ithr, loaded,
low mi. $11,975. 674-4444
Cal NISSAN
FRONTIER '06 4dr
Fully equip. $18,990
998-0012
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Nissan Xterra "04, V6 4x2
wht, World champ pkg,
exc cond. low mi. $15,800
Call 904-273-0978 553-6160
7 SATURN OUT-
LOOK XR '07. Only
1000 miles. $31,880
998-0012
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)15,000 miles. $15,980
998-0012
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loaded, 37K miles,
$13,975. Call 674-4444
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Fully equip $16,995
998-0012
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2 to choose from
starting at $27,990
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Pre-Runner '04 Double
Cab. V6, AT, AC, loaded,
43K mi. $17,975. 674-4444


CHRYSLER Voyager Van
'03, gold, 54kmi, owner,
exc cond, new BFG tires
extended full Chrysler
fact. warr. through 2009.
$12,500. 904-744-9431
8 CHRYSLER TOWN
S & COUNTRY '01
White/tan, leather,
CD. $10,890
998-0012
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DODGE 15 PASS VAN
'01. Dual AC, 65K ml.
$11,975. Call 699-9669
DODGE HI TOP CONV.
VAN '01. Loaded, dual
AC, TV, low mi. Nice!
$13,975. Call 674-4444
HONDA ODYSSEY '96
113k mi, well main., de-
pendable, $3750. 733-3958


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'94, $1100; Dodge P.U.
'86, $600; 904-248-0926


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