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HS-11 COC
Michel To Take Command
Page 4


Summer Camp
YAC Provides Action Packed Fun
Pages 6-7


Mammograms
Hospital Improves Screening Services
Page 10


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/ Navy families
VOL.65 O. 4.-i.,":SNVI



need to muster,


complete NFAAS

.in case of disaster

= . By Zona Lewis
, - Commander, Navy Installations Command Public Affairs


T here are two things Navy families should
do immediately following a declared disas-
ter: Muster with their command and com-
plete a needs assessment with the Navy Family
Accountability and Assessment System (NFAAS).
"Muistering and NFAAS should be household terms,"
said Fleet and Family Readiness Community Alliance
Program Manager Meg Falk. "Service members must
ensure their family knows the command's muster pro-
cedures in case they are not together during a disas-
ter."
All commands are responsible for implementing and
administering muster procedures for determining the
status and whereabouts of Navy personnel following a
catastrophic event.
After a catastrophic event, all Navy personnel
deployed to or working within the affected geographic
area of interest (GAOI) are required to personally
check in either in person or phone with their command
at the first available opportunity.
If the service member is deployed, on temporary
additional duty or on individual augumentee assign-
ment outside of the GAOI and has left a family within
the affected area, the family should muster with the
service member's command.
It is equally important for the service member or
family member to do a needs assessment in NFAAS
following a disaster.
"If they have needs, the Navy has resources that can
help families who have suffered a loss during an emer-
gency," said Falk.
NFAAS is a survey tool to assess disaster-related
needs of the Navy' family. The systems allows families
to assess 19 categories, including: medical, missing
family locator, transportation, housing and personal
property, financial, employment, child care, education,
legal services, counseling, and mortuary and funeral
assistance.
"Navy leadership is sincerely concerned for our Navy
personnel and their family members in an area affected
by disasters and catastrophic events," said Commander,
Navy Installations Command Vice Adm. Bob Conway.
"NFAAS allows us to provide the Navy family with con-
tinued support through the recovery phase."
NFAAS was developed by Task Force Navy Family
following the major hurricane season of 2005. The task
force identified the need for a single reporting system
for Navy family members to inform the Navy regard-
ing their status and needs after a declared emergency
or catastrophic event.

See MUSTER, Page 15


Photos by MCI(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Military members enjoy Shipwreck Island Water Park during USO Night at Adventure Landing June 6.


USO holds military night



at Adventure Landing

SMCi (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
assistant Editor'


Thousands of military members and their fami-
lies came out to Jacksonville Beach's Adventure
Landing June 6. The USO closed down the park
iQ the public that evening to hold a special event for
more than 2,000 Sailors and their families from NAS
Jacksonville, NS Mayport and surrounding area com-
mands.
The families were able to enjoy Shipwreck Island Water
Park from 6-11 p.m. after purchasing a ticket from the
USO for only $1 per person. This event was sponsored
and made possible by a grant donated from VyStar Credit
Union. The donation allowed the USO to make up the dif-
ference of renting out the park for the night.
"I really appreciate the USO, VyStar and Adventure
Landing for a making this event possible. I believe this
is their way of showing us how much our service to this
country is appreciated. It's a very nice return and thank
you to military members," said AT1(AW) Alicia Sampedro
who is stationed at NAS Jax.
Some of the attractions available for entertainment


1 - --2 . .. Y. - .. . .
Everyone enjoys themselves during a wave bash in the wave
pool.
included waterfalls, water sprayers and lots of hiding
places for the little ones to explore. The park also offered

See USO, Page 15


I Last plane comes home


, -I. V$ VP-5 Commanding Officer
A 1 ,Cmdr. Reggie Howard
i , R f returns home June.7 with
other members of his-
crew on the last of eight
aircraft that brought the
squadron home after a six-
month deployment to NAS
Sigonella, Italy. The squad-
ron-flew 3,500 hours dur-
ing their deployment.

VP-5 Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Reggie "''
Howard uses his
ceremonial sword
to slice into
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TOU HIN VBS registration ongoing ', playing games, learning songs and having classroom
TOUCHIRegistration for Vacation Bible School (VBS) at the - .,- instruction. Lunch will be provided each day.
B AE NAS Jax Chapel is currently ongoing for all children Class sizes are limited to sign up early. A special reg-
ages 5-12. VBS runs July 16-20 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in LMTistration event will be held June 23 from noon to 2 p.m. in
the Religious Education Building 749. This year's theme is the chapel parking lot. For more information on sign-ups or
"Galilee By-The-Sea." Participants will spend their time doing arts and crafts, to volunteer, call 542-3051.


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2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2007


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Let's all be glad Speaker left the


Naval Academy after two years


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Wasn't going to write about
Andrew Speaker, the Atlanta man
who hopped around the world on
commercial airplanes after being diag-
nosed with a rare and deadly form of
Tuberculosis because he put his own
wedding plans above the health and
safety of those around him. At first
Speaker didn't seem to have a mili-
tary connection, which is theoretically
the point of this weekly column. Then
I read that Speaker is a 1997 Naval
Academy "graduate."
My husband graduated from the
Naval Academy in 1997. As some-
one who did not go to the academy
(because my dad said he would never
do that to the Navy), I tend to believe
that anyone who graduated from
Annapolis within 50 years of each
other should be acquaintances.
'This belief comes from observing
numerous Naval Academy graduates
during my time as a military daugh-
ter and wife. When I meet someone
who graduated in 1948, for example, I
feel compelled to say, "Oh, you might
know my husband." Of course they
don't.
'But the academy is a relatively
small world, so when I heard about
Speaker's connection to it-especially
to my husband's class-I had to look
into it. Thanks to Google and a little
research, I found out that Speaker is
not an Annapolis graduate. He left
the school in 1995.
'Why does this matter? Well, because
I'm a military columnist, that's why.
BRut also because the information
underscores Speaker's selfishness.


But before I get to that, let me back-
track and tell you about the day I first
heard about Speaker. A news anchor
from CNN briefly mentioned upcom-
ing reports on a "man from Atlanta
with a deadly form of TB."
Because I live disconcertingly close
to Atlanta (Yes, 368 miles is awfully
close for a hypochondriac), my heart
began to race. But the news report
said that only people who flew with
Speaker on certain dates were at
risk of infection. I wiped my brow. I
haven't flown in a commercial air-
plane since 1997 because I am afraid
to fly, and well, now I have another
reason why.
The aforementioned hypochondria
motivated me to hop online and learn
everything I could about Tuberculosis.
Situations like this explain why I am
one of the few people without a medi-
cal degree who knows the half life
of Seratraline and understands why
that it important to my happiness
(and future episodes of hypochondria).
In any case, Speaker's story scared
the bageezus out of me, and also made
me wonder, did anyone really want
this guy standing on the other side of
a military gun anyway?
One of the most demanding aspects
of military life is the amount of self-
lessness it requires. A soldier's needs
and his family's needs all take a back-
seat to the military. Military people
often have to do things they don't
want to, and sometimes even mili-
tary people are forced to postpone or
otherwise alter their wedding plans
to accommodate Uncle Sam's sudden
deployment schedules.
In a wartime setting, soldiers fre-
quently put their lives on the line for


N N


TM 1 DANIEL SIMMONS


Job title/command:
NAS Jax Weapons
Department

Hometown: St. George, S.C.


I have one daughter.


Past Duty Stations: USS Enterprise (CVN
65)

Career Plans: To make chief petty officer.

Most Interesting Experience: My last
deployment.


Words of Wisdom:
chocolates."


"Life is like a box of


those of their comrades. Stories of
soldiers throwing themselves on top
of grenades to save their fellow man
are heroic and yet still astoundingly
commonplace.
For the spousal side of things, mili-
tary husbands and wives regularly
sacrifice their plans, their holidays,
their careers and having someone
home when their baby takes his first
step because they are selfless and
dedicated to the work of their spouse:
protecting other people, usually peo-
ple they don't even know.
Speaker and his wife did just the
opposite. They put their wedding
above the health and safety of inno-
cent people around them. Sure, some
doctors say the chance that Speaker
infected anyone is minimal, but that's
like saying a game of Russian roulette
is fine so long as in the end everyone
managed not to get hurt.
I haven't read why Speaker left the
academy two years in, but I'd like to
suggest that given his recent actions,
we all thank him for perhaps his one.
act of sacrifice: abandoning a career
in the military, where he might have
put his desires ahead of the safety of
my husband, your husband or anyone
else serving alongside him.

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


DAVID HARRIS

Job title/command:
U.S. Postal Service Clerk

Hometown: Jacksonville

Family Life: Married with four


grown c


children.


Past Duty Stations: I've worked for the
Postal Service for 30 N\ears.

Career Plans: To work in the computer net-
working or real estate field when I retire.


Most Interesting Experience: At the age
of 24. m% \\ ife and I were blessed \\ ith three chil-
dren all under the age of 3. including twin boys.

Words of Wisdom: I returned to college at
47 completing an associate degree in computer
netw working. My ad\ ice to others is to finish \our
education %when \ou are Moung so Nou can enjo\ the


benefits.


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HEY MONEYMAN!


Hey, MoneyMan!
I am an E7 in the Navy
and I hope to stay in for
at least 10 more years. I
believe I have had a suc-
cessful career, but I real-
ly don't know squat about
finances.
There is a lot of talk in
the chief's mess about
investing and retiring, but
I am not sure most of them
know what they are talk-
ing about. Got any ideas
about how I can prepare for
retirement?
MoneyMan Sez:
You are smart to start
planning long before you
retire from the workforce.
Many military service
members will work in a sec-
ond job after they complete
their military service.
Whether you work after
the military or retire,
there are some things


you should do before you
retire. According to Sharon
Waldrop from Bankrate.
com, here are 10 things to
do before you retire:
1. Prepare a balance
sheet.
2. Get rid of debt.
3. Conduct a house check.
4. Assess life insurance
needs
5. Think about getting
long-term care insurance.
6. Consider variable
annuities.
7. Oversee estate plan-
ning.
8. Ditch college expenses..
9. Look at the big picture
with a planner.
10. Prepare a budget.
For more information, go:
to Bankrate.com and check
our retirement planning.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


Multi-cultural Awareness

Fair is coming Aug. 23
It's time once again to celebrate the various cultur-
al and ethnic diversity which comprise the NAS
Jacksonville team. All personnel are invited to attend
the seventh annual Multi-cultural Awareness Fair on.
Aug. 23 from 10 a,m. - 3 p.m. at the BOQ Pavilion area.
The event will feature cultural exhibits, free food sam-:
ples from various cultures, musical entertainment and a
car show with awards for custom, classic-stock
All tenant commands and activities are encour-
aged sponsor a country or ethnic group of their choice.
Commands desiring to participate in the booth exhibits:
and representing a country or culture can display historic
facts, points of interest and cultural related items.
Booths will be comprised of tables and tents, provided"
by the Multi-cultural Awareness Committee and all othet
materials must be appropriated by entrants. Entrants:
cannot represent the same country or culture of another
group and the MCAC will set locations for exhibits. A'
booth can only be represented by a single command.-
Multiple entries per command are authorized (i.e. differ-
ent work centers same command).
For more information and to register, call AT1(AW/SW).
Terrence Rivers at 542-0736, Ext. 387 or email: terrence.'
j.rivers@navy.mil.


A*4


SUNDAY SERVICES

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


Sunday - 8:15 a.m. -


Holy Eucharist


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


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer.................... Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer.......................Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief...............................CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer......................................................... Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer.................................. Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor........................................................................ Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor............................ MC1 (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Design/Layout.............................................................. George Atchley
The JUIAll NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the Mili-
tary Services. Contents of the JuAAiR NEWS do not necessarily reflect the
official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department
of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appearance of advertis-
ing in this publication, including inserts or supplements, does not consti-
tute endorsement by the Department of Defense, or The Florida Times-.
Union, of the products and services advertised. Everything advertised in
the publication shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage
without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital
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equal opportunity policy by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher
shall refuse to print advertising from that source until the violation is
corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
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The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
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HS-11 to

hold change

of command
From HS-11 PAO
Cmdr. Mike Michel
will relieve Cmdr.
John Nettleton as
commanding officer of HS-
11 in a ceremony at NAS
Jacksonville Tuesday.
*Michel a native of
Brandon, Fla., enlisted in
the United States Navy in
1982, where he served as
a-nuclear trained machin-
ist hate on board USS
Stonewall Jackson (SSBN
684 Gold Crew). During his
tdur, Michel completed two
deployments, earning his
Silver Dolphins.
'In May 1989, Michel grad-
uated from the U.S. Naval
Academy and was desig-
nated a naval aviator and
earned his wings of gold in
1990. Michel's sea assign-
ments include flying the H-
3 Sea King and H-60 F/H
Seahawk with the "Dusty


Cmdr. Mike Michel
Dogs" of HS-7 on board USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67)
and USS Harry S. Truman
(CVN 75) and as the navi-
gator on board USS Inchon
(LPH 12). He joined HS-11
in May 2006.
His shore tours include
assignment as a flight
instructor with HS-1 and
as the operations officer for
Commander Helicopter Sea
Combat Wing, U.S. Atlantic
Fleet.
Michel holds a master's
degree in business admin-
istration from Jacksonville
University, and a master's
degree in military opera-
tional art and science.


Cmdr. John Nettleton
He has accumulated more
than 2,500 hours flying
helicopters and fixed wing
aircraft.
During his tenure as com-
manding officer, Nettleton
led the Dragonslayers on
a seven-month deployment
in support of Operations
Enduring Freedom and
Iraqi Freedom. The squad-
ron has also benefited from
is leadership during six
months of arduous prepa-
rations for an upcoming
deployment next month.
Nettleton will report to
the National War College,
Industrial College of the
Armed forces.


Sailors can start preparing now


for a smooth move this summer
From NAVSUP phone numbers, and e-mail to the personal
property offices at origin and destination.
�( 4 ailors moving this summer Include in-transit contact information.
. should start preparing now," * Got orders? Start now.
advises Ronald Fevola, Naval As soon as you get your orders, do your
Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) move counseling and application. Many
Household Goods director. service members can do their move coun-
"A move is more likely to be trouble-free selling and applications online using Smart
when good advance planning is done." Web Move (SWM), NAVSUP's Web-based
Fevola recommends Sailors prepare for program that services most routine moves.
a .smooth move by keeping these tips in To determine if you are eligible to use
mind: SWM, go to https://www.smartwebmove.
* Start sorting. navsup.navy.mil.
Start sorting through household goods Service members and civilians not eli-
now and set aside items you have decid- gible for SWM should contact the local
ed to put up for sale or donation. Service personal property office to schedule move
members must keep all shipments within counseling.
their weight allowance or pay to ship the Sqilors with questions about household
excess weight. goods transportation and storage entitle-
* Select delivery date and good alternate ments can contact the Navy Household
dates. Goods Helpline at 1-800-444-7789 Monday
When scheduling pickup or delivery, through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
select alternate dates in addition to your eastern time, or contact the local person-
preferred dates. During busy times, it al property office. Find household goods
could be difficult to get the first date you move information online at https://www.
request. By establishing alternate dates navsup.navy.mil. Select the "Products
that work for you, inconvenient pickups and Services" bar; choose the "Quality
and deliveries can be avoided, of Services" tab; then click "Household.
* Pick-up day should be a day without Goods."
other commitments. NAVSUP's primary mission is to pro-
Do not schedule a pickup for the day vide U.S. naval forces with quality sup-
you are to close on the sale or purchase of plies and services. With headquarters
a home, or on the day you must vacate a in Mechanicsburg, Pa., and employing a
rental. Allow time for unforeseen problems worldwide workforce of more than 25,500
and last-minute changes. military and civilian personnel, NAVSUP
* Stick with your date. oversees logistics programs in the areas of
After the pickup date has been con- supply operations, conventional ordnance,
firmed, only request changes in an emer- contracting, resale, fuel, transportation,
agency. Date changes can lead to delays and and security assistance.
additional cost to the member. In addition, NAVSUP is responsible for
! Make sure you're accessible - wherever quality of life issues for our naval forc-
yg'i are. es, including food service, postal services,
Xoves go smoother when you are easy to Navy Exchanges, and movement of house-
contact. Provide your phone numbers, cell hold goods.


CNO to produce regular podcasts


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Photo by Lt. Scott McCord
A VS-22 S-3B "Viking" conducts a training mission with a AGM-84K captive air-training mis-
sile and AWW-13 pod.


VS-22 travels to Victoria


for Exercise

By Lt. Michael Huntsman
VS-22 PAO
The "Checkmates" of VS-22 traveled
to Victoria, Canada to participate
in Exercise Trident Fury for two
weeks in May. The squadron took four
S-3B Viking aircraft and 45 officers and
enlisted personnel. During the two-week
exercise, VS-22 flew 45 sorties and 125.2
flight hours.
Exercise Trident Fury was hosted and
run by the Canadian Forces. Participants
included Canadian and U.S. surface ships,
CF-18s, F-18s, F-16s, F-15s, EA-6Bs, B-1s,
B-52s and S-3Bs. Aircrew planned mis-
sions that included the entire air and sea
battle space picture. Operation tempo was
high with squadron members participating
in two or more missions a day. Planning
required many crews to go straight from
debrief to mission planning, resulting in
some long days.
Despite the increased workload, air-
crew were able to get valuable training
and qualifications towards their Aircrew
Training Continuum Level 3 and 4. With
fighter aircraft providing close air support
overhead, VS-22 took the fight to the sur-


Trident Fury
face ships, employing simulated Maverick:
and SLAMER missiles. The S-3B proved
to be extremely lethal to the surface ships
participating in the exercise. Aircrew
familiarized themselves with equipment
and methods which allowed them to visu-
ally identify surface targets much farther
than previously able.
Checkmate maintenance proved invalu-
able to the exercise with a 100 percent-
sortie rate, despite having less than half
the planned number of maintainers. Due
to the cancellation of the second airlift, the
maintenance detachment only had 26 of
the planned 64 personnel.
Maintenance worked single shift the
entire two weeks with 12 hours on and 12
hours off. The aviation machinist mate's
led by AD1(AW/SW) Matthew Schons,
even performed an engine change that was
accomplished in, a blistering five and a.
half hours from start to finish. The tire-
less efforts of the squadron's enlisted were
instrumental to the success of VS-22.
During their off time, squadron members -
found diversions of many sorts after work-
ing hours. Activities included sightseeing,
shopping, fine dining and a weekend trip
to Vancouver.


From the USO


The Jacksonville Axe-
men are partner-
ing with two local
charities (Dreams Come
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:
Saturday: 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: Jabksonville Axemen vs.
Fairfax, Va. Eagles
Please visit www.jax-
axe.com for full schedule
details.


By Chief of Naval Operations
Public Affairs
Chief of Naval Operations Adm.
Mike Mullen will continue his
"ongoing conversation" with
Sailors, their families and the
American public by produc-
ing regular podcasts. . 0
Available for. download
on the Navy's flagship
website, www.navy.mil,
as well as by subscription through
nibst podcast-
irig soft-
ware, the
pt dcasts
will serve as a means for the
CNO to communicate
directly on a wide vari-
ety of issues.
-Mullen - an iPod owner himse 1 f
- appreciates the convenience of the tech-
nology and wants to use it to talk about
things in a more informal and frequent
basis, according to spokesman MCCS(SW)
Dave Rea.
'The podcasts will vary in format. "This
first one takes the form of an interview,
but we expect the podcasts to also include


speeches and commentary
as well. We want to be flex-
ible and not get married to
any particular format," said
I Rea.
Rea said the CNO plans to
record his podcasts weekly, schedule
permitting.
"The great thing about this technology is
that it doesn't really require a lot of time or
resources," Rea said. "All you need is the
ability to record the audio at a high enough
quality and the software to share it. It
gives all of us - including families and the
public at large - the opportunity to stay
better connected to leadership and to hear
firsthand about the things affecting us."
Mullen's first podcast is now available on
the Navy's home page at www.navy.mil.
The conversation discusses his recent
travels to visit Sailors in Hawaii and
Pensacola, as well as partnership-build-
ing trips to Pakistan, India, Turkey and
Greece.
Mullen also talks about the Navy
expanding missions in the war on terror
- including the recent naval exercise in the
Arabian Gulf - and the ongoing require-
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Photo by HM 1(SW) Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Call Center Division staff receives
TRICARE "Salute To" award for improving access to care.


NavHosp Jax


Call Center


saluted' for


access success
By Marsha Childs
NHJ Marketing
TRICARE Regional Office South (TRO-S) recognized
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Call Center Division
with the "Salute To" Award in May for using best
business practices to improve patient access to care. The
division, made up of the Nurse Call Center (NCC) and
Central Appointments (CA), has adopted a variety of ini-
tiatives to improve patient services, safety and satisfac-
tion.
Director for Health Care Business Cmdr. Kathryn
Summers, who has oversight for this work center, was
very pleased with the recognition.
"Access to quality health care for our patients is a top
priority for the command. The Access, to Care (ATC)
Strategic Goal Team and the call center staffs worked
closely with our patients to improve access, not just to
meet access standards but to exceed them. Our call center
is the only one in the Navy that is open 365 day per year
with extended evening and weekend hours of operation.
I am very proud of this stellar, team. They truly deserve
this award."
The CA team, acting on recommendations from the hos-
pital's ATC Committee, implemented a patient-centered
"open access" approach. This allows patients to select
appointments that are convenient for them and allows
the appointment clerks to use any available time slot for
a variety of needs such as acute or routine appointment.
This method has greatly improved appointment access
and patient satisfaction. Since its establishment in 1996,
CA has been benchmarked by other military treatment
facilities and its guidelines and criteria replicated across
the region.
The NCC is staffed with registered nurses who provide
expert medical advice, discuss health-related concerns or
direct patients who need urgent medical care to a health
care provider.
All encounters are now placed in the patient's electronic
medical record for review "in real time" by their primary
care provider (PCM). This allows the PCM to track the
patient's progress and "follow up as needed.
Other 'initiatives the call center division has adopt-
ed include publishing provider schedules six weeks in
advance, minimizing clinic-book only appointments,
and promoting TRICAREOnline.com, a Web site where
patients assigned to the hospital or naval branch health
clinic can schedule appointments with their PCM.
These initiatives are just a few that set Naval Hospital
Jacksonville apart from other medical facilities. The call
center division has been pivotal in leading the way to
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From Naval Branch Health Clinic Key West Ophthalmology
T he Center for Disease Control (CDC) has recently
seen a rise in corneal infections caused by a micro-
organism known as acanthamoeba. The majority
of infections have been seen in soft contact lens wearers
that use Complete Moisture Plus Multi-Purpose solution
by Advanced Medical Optics (AMO).
This is a rare but very serious infection that can cause
permanent corneal damage. The symp-
toms are significant eye pain, redness,
and light sensitivity. Anyone experi-
encing any of these symptoms should
contact their Branch Health Clinic's
Optometry Division at 293-4600.
A CDC advisory dated May 25, stat-
ed that the CDC is working with the
Food and Drug Administration, state _
and other partners, identified an out-
break of a serious but rare eye infection
called acanthamoeba keratitis (AK).
This infection is caused by a free-living
ameba (acanthamoeba), a microscopic
organism found everywhere in nature.
AK infections can result in perma-
nent visual impairment or blindness.
AK primarily affects otherwise healthy people, most of
whom wear contact lenses. In the United States, an esti-
mated 85 percent of cases of this infection occur in contact
lens users. The incidence of the disease in the U.S. is
approximately one to two cases per million contact lens
users.
CDC has received reports of 138 cases of culture-con-
firmed AK in 35 states and Puerto Rico, with complete
patient data available for 46 case-patients.
Thirty-nine of the 46 case-patients wore soft contact
lenses. Preliminary information obtained by CDC from
patient interviews indicates that, among soft contact
lens users who reported the use of any type of solution,
21 (58 percent) reported having used AMO CompleteR
MoisturePlusTM Multi-Purpose Solution in the month
prior to symptom onset.
Out of the 37 case-patients for whom clinical data was
available, nine (24 percent) failed medical therapy and
required or are expected to undergo corneal transplanta-
tion.
Based on these findings people who wear soft contact
lenses and who use AMO CompleteR MoisturePlusTM
Multi-Purpose Solution should:
* Stop using the product immediately and discard all
remaining solution including partially used or unopened
bottles. Choose an alternative contact lens solution.
* Discard current lens storage container.
* Discard current pair of soft lenses.
* See a health care provider if experiencing any signs of
eye infection: Eye pain, eye redness, blurred vision, sensi-
tivity to light, sensation of something in the eye or exces-



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sive tearing.
All contact lens users should closely follow prevention'
measures to help prevent eye infections, which include:
* See an eye care professional for regular eye examina-
tions.
* Wear and replace contact lenses according to the
schedule prescribed by an eye care professional.
* Remove contact lenses before any activity involving
contact with water, including showering, using a hot tub,'
or swimming.
* Wash hands with soap and water
and dry before handling contact lenses.
* Clean contact lenses according'
to the manufacturer's guidelines and
instructions from an eye care profes.-
sional.
* Use fresh cleaning or disinfecting
solution each time lenses are cleaned
and stored. Never reuse or top off old
solution.
* Never use saline solution and
Srewetting drops to disinfect lenses.'
Neither solution is an effective or`
approved disinfectant.
* Store reusable lenses in the proper
storage case.
* Storage cases should be rinsed with sterile contact'
lens solution (never use tap water) and left open to dry
after each use.
* Replace storage cases at least once every three months
The CDC advisory recommends that clinicians evaluate
patients with symptoms of eye pain or redness, tearing,
decreased visual acuity, discharge, sensitivity to light, or
foreign body sensation should consider AK and refer the
patient to an ophthalmologist, if appropriate. They should
consider AK as one possibility especially in a contact lens
wearer with a recent diagnosis of another form of kera-
titis, such as herpes simplex virus keratitis, who is not'
responding to therapy. Diagnosis of AK is derived from
careful clinical examination, tests and analysis. Early
diagnosis can greatly improve treatment outcomes for this
infection.
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Deploying Navy medicine's best

Naval Hospital Commanding Officer
.... Capt. Raquel Bono (left) bids farewell to
. Lt. Cmdr. Nancy Johnson as she enters
Jacksonville International Airport's secu-
" , .rity screening area. Johnson was bound for
S Joint Task Force Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,
June 2 along with 27 other staff members
0I from Naval Hospital Jacksonville and its
t branch health clinics. They are expected
-r *to be deployed for six months supporting
SJ the medical mission at the detention cen-
ter. Several dozen friends, co-workers and
family members were on hand to see the
team off. The hospital has rotated some
180 personnel to various spots where
American troops are engaged in the war
. , on terror. One hundred and twenty of
-.&uethose were already at Guantanamo Bay
when the latest group departed. They will
rotate out in subsequent weeks as the
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6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2007


Summer camp



at YAC keeps



children busy

By MCI (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Assistant Editor
Summer is almost here and if you have children,
hopefully you have found a summer camp for your
kids to attend. May 29 marked the first day of
the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Youth Activities Center's (YAC) 11-week Summer
Camp program.
This year, the camp is slated to run through Aug 18
and there will be plenty of activities for the kids to enjoy
like swimming, arts and crafts, games and field trips.
The YAC opens at 6:15 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m. Monday
through Friday. The center accepts 120 children each year,
ages five through 13. Openings are available to depen-
dent children of
active duty ser-
Svice members,
Department
of Defense
(DoD) employ-
ees, reservists
and retirees.
Although MWR
sponsors YAC,
a weekly fee is
charged to fam-
ilies based on Photo by MCI(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
m their monthly Roudy Leonard plays the Wheel of
income. Fortune game hoping to hit it big on
One coun- game tickets.
selor and one
junior counselor are assigned to a group of 10 children
who are broken up by age and gender. Junior counselors
must be between the ages of 14-17 and be a DoD, active
duty or retiree's family member. These counselors are
responsible for coordinating the group's activities; act-
ing as instructors, mentors and safety advocates.
Junior Counselor Stefon Wilson, 17, signed up to be a
counselor because he enjoys working with children. " I
wanted something meaningful to do this summer that's
why I joined the YAC. I hope to make a positive impact
on the kids here this summer," commented Wilson.
To help even the workload, separate counselors are
tasked with the overall monitoring of indoor activities,
while other coun-
selors supervise
outdoor activities.
The close to 30-
member YAC staff
puts a lot of effort
into planning and
preparation to
ensure the camp
runs smoothly. All
o counselors must go
S - through a thorough
background and
health check prior
to the opening of
the summer pro-
, gram. Counselors
spend two weeks
in a classroom
environment train-
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque ing with YAC
Arnesia Brown jumps into the cool modules, standard
water as her friend, Ananda Smith, operating proce-
Srecuperated from her jump. dures, material
safety data sheets,
destructive weather warnings, communication skills
and stages of youth development. To complete their
training, counselors must be certified in first aid and
CPR tech-
niques.
" Th i s
year. we
have 15
counsel-
ors and
12 junior
counselors.
Every week

ferent mis-
sion. Last
week, the
children's
mis si, on
was the Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
o b s t a c l e Six-year-old Christopher Renew tries to keep
track of all the numbers being called on his
We've took bingo cards.
the children on a field trip to Adventure Landing to
play laser tag which helped them complete the week's
mission," said YAC Director Megan Elliot.
Not only did the children get to play laser tag and
arcade games on this field trip, but they also had the
opportunity to reacquaint with old friends and meet
new ones.
� See SUMMER CAMP, Pace 7


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Eight-year-old Gabrielle Gordon gets ready to take the plunge after going down the waterslide at the outdoor pool June 8 during
a summer camp outing.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Two groups of summer campers try to figure out which way to paddle their canoes as the wind blows them to shore.
sm re- mmem m e r


Photo by MC 1(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Keyon Anthony concentrates while demonstrating his motor-
cycle riding skills.


Photo by MC1(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
The girls compete against the boys in a game of laser tag at
Adventure Landing.


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2007 7


The girls have fun playing a competitive game with water guns..


Bryan Flemming
selects his racing
level to compete
in the race car
arcade game.


Six-year-old Kiana
Stevenson carefully
marks her bingo card
during a summer camp
outing June 4 to the
bingo hall.


Photo by MC1(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake


Photo by MC1(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Jaelyn Marks shoots as many aliens as she can while playing the arcade game "Alien
Extermination."

SUMMER CAMP: Field trips, planned

activities fill minds and hearts of kids


From Page 6
"We like coming to the YAC summer camp," said Toree
Hill and Timothy Rockwell, who have attended the camp
'since 2003. "The field trips are the best! Last year, we
went to the movies and saw 'Nacho Libre'. I can't wait
to see what other field trips the YAC will take us on this
year!" Rockwell said.
The field trips that the kids attend once a week are
set up to be educational and fun. They include trips to
the Jacksonville Zoo, Adventure Landing and Chuck E.
Cheese. The field trips combined with other activities like
reading, writing, listening to music, playing video games
and doing computer activities is what keeps this camp
fun. Throughout the summer the children are also taken
to the YAC gymnasium, outdoor swimming pool, bingo
hall, bowling alley and other locations around the base for
entertainment.
Due to the high demand for the YAC summer camp, the
camp quickly filled all its spots on the one-day registration
April 16.
For a complete listing of activities and events, see the
YAC summer calendar. For more information on YAC pro-
grams or next year's summer camp registration date, call
778-9772.


A group of summer campers from the NAS Jax Youth
. Activities Center excitedly hold their guns while preparing to
" play a game of laser tag during a trip to Adventure Landing.


Photo by MCI(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Summer campers from the Youth Activities Center enjoy an afternoon of bingo at The Zone.







8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2007



Some advice to dads for Fathe


By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
There was once a husband
who was somewhat con-
fused about the important
subject of loving his wife and
providing a stable home for his
children. His wife suffered from
depression and was always upset
and unhappy.
The concerned husband took
her to a psychiatrist. After listen-
ing attentively to the couple, he
prescribed the proper treatment
with the following demonstration.
He went over to the man's wife,
gathered her up in his arms and
gave her a big kiss. The woman's
reaction was spontaneous as she
looked at the doctor with a glowing
face and a broad smile. The doctor
turned to the husband and said,
"You see! All she needs is a little
love." Expressionless, the husband
replied, "Ok, doc. I can bring her
in on Tuesdays and Thursdays."
Yes, Father's Day is upon us
again. The rationale behind the
traditional Father's Day message


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


is very simple. You see, generally
we (men) tend to suffer from hav-
ing very, very short memories.
I believe that Father's Day
would be an even grander cele-
bration if we kept in mind some
compelling realities regarding
the responsibilities of father-
hood throughout the entire year.
Father's Day presents us with the
opportunity to take stock of our
effectiveness as fathers.
I believe that the measure of a
good Father's Day is determined
not by how many gifts fathers
receive from their kids but by how
much they have given of them-
selves throughout the year. Dads
need to understand that one of
the best gifts they can give their
children is a healthy marriage.
When fathers love their wives,
their children derive great ben-
efits. Children will feel safe and
secure; they will learn how to love
and how to live.


Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina


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Incentives for IAs improve


By MCSN Ken Ingram
Navy Personnel Command Communications Office

T he Task Force Individual Augmen-
tation update announced in
NavAdminl36/07, released May 29,
contains the Navy's latest improvements
to incentives for Sailors who serve as indi-
vidual augmentees (IAs).
NavAdmin 136/07 modifies incentives
previously listed in NavAdmin 273/06 and
NavAdmin 280/06.
"These initiatives will help to better rec-
ognize our Sailors serving in assignments
that support global war on terrorism,"
said Lt. Cmdr. Juliet Cook, head enlisted
advancement planner.
"It gives them credit for their willingness
to take the hard road and complete a job
that not everyone is able to do."
The Navy currently has more than
10,000 Sailors in IA duty assignments all
over the world. As the need for additional
Sailors to serve during the global war on
terror increases, the Navy will continue to
improve IA incentives.
The modifications include:
* Tours over 270 (vice 365) days will be
T A 1 1 1


considered equivalent to forward-deployed
naval forces tours. These Sailors will be
given the same benefits, including coast
selection preference and priority choice of
follow-on duty assignments and locations.
* Sailors who have completed an IA tour
greater than 90 consecutive days of service
in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Horn Of Africa,
Kuwait, Cuba, Joint Task Force 515 or the
Joint Force-Philippines and have parent
command endorsement, are now authorized
two award points towards advancement.
Additional flexibility will also be given
to operational commanders to administer
advancement exams in those locations.
* IA detailing: Within the next sever-
al months, the Navy will begin assigning
Sailors to Joint Manning Document which
means validated missions through normal
detailing channels (using PCS orders). This,'
was designed to allow people an opportu-
nity to normalize a global war on terrorism
tour with other career assignments, pro-
vide increased stability and deliver more
notification time before deployment.
* Streamline the awards process for IA
Sailors to make sure they are properly rec-
ognized for their service.
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IA support group available for families of deployed


From the Fleet and Family Support Center
A n individual augmentee (IA) sup-
Sport group is being initiated to help
L families after loved ones deploy.
Families will have an opportunity to get
together with others who are in the same
situation.
They will be able to discuss various
issues, challenges and learn about ser-
vices and programs the Fleet and Family
Support Center has to offer.
It is an opportunity to educate families
on issues that their spouses may be experi-
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spouses return home.
Planned activities and free childcare
are provided. This is a combined effort
between FFSC and the Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Department.
The following support group meetings
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who kiss their wives every morn-
ing live an average of five years
longer, are involved in fewer car
accidents, are ill 50 percent less,
and earn 20 to 30 percent more
money. So husbands, love your
wives. It' is good for you and for
your children.
For married dads, Father's Day
is not so much a question of how
much do fathers love their chil-
dren. I think it's really more of a
question of fathers loving their
wives. When we love our wives
everyone in the family is a winner
. . . the wife, children and our-
selves. It's wise, it's healthy and
it's scriptural: "Husbands, love
your wives . . . ." (Ephesians 5:25).
So, "pucker-up" dad!
However, good Father's Day
advice is not only limited to
those of us who are married. I
also realize that a fiumber of dads
live apart from their children.
Perhaps they have remarried and


r's Day

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In these modern times, maiy.
single dads are even raising chilXC2
dren on their own. This situation-.-
doesn't have to rob those dads of-
the happiness of being complete
in their role as a father.
Yes, it will challenge them to be
more creative but it can be done
successfully if they make the time
and capture those special oppor-
tunities to savor the presence and
love that their children long to
express. The initiative lies with
them and their ability to plan,
accompanied by the desire to give
of themselves.
Whether single or married,
fatherhood will demand from us
creativity and sacrifice from time
to time. It is worth every ounce
of our efforts.
On behalf of your religious min-
istry team, we sincerely hope that
you have a wonderful Father's
Day. The coming year will pres-
ent us dads with many opportuni-
ties to give of ourselves and leave
our children a most important
legacy .. . our love and support.


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Classes for new and experienced riders are offered on base and are required before obtaining
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cancer and experience today with this equip-
reases with ment definitely erased that cold,
st cancer in hard memory of my past mammo-
es lives, but gram experiences. This is a plus
tend to skip to women's health. Thank you!"
ing. Naval NHJ has also streamlined the
e (NHJ) has patient's scheduling process for
r and more added convenience. For patients
amogram for enrolled at NHJ or Branch Health
he facility. Clinic Mayport, it is as easy as
a mammo- calling the Radiology Department
some say it at 542-7461 to schedule this sim-
i. NHJ has ple test.
counts by On the day of your exam, do
eduling pro- not wear deodorant or antiperspi-
he mammog- rant as these sometimes contain
d. substances that might interfere
.mmogram, with the exam. Wear a skirt or
x-ray, is the pants, so that you will only need
or detecting to remove your blouse.


medicine un


NHJ Director for Surgical
Services Cmdr. Craig Shepps
said, "Breast Cancer has an out-
standing cure rate when detected
early. Monthly breast self-exams,
an annual exam by a health care
provider and regular mammogra-
phy allow for the detection of the
vast majority of breast cancers at
an early stage."
Most women do not know they
have breast cancer until it is in
the advanced stages.
But when found early, these
tumors, which are slow growing,
tend to be smaller when regular-
ly screened. Women have more
treatment options and a five year
survival rate of 98 percent. Only
about three mammograms in
every 1,000 lead to a diagnosis of
breast cancer.
According to the National
Cancer Institute, breast cancer
affects one out of every eight
women over a lifetime. More than
212,000 women in the United
States are diagnosed with breast
cancer each year resulting in
40,000 deaths annually.
It is one of the most com-


safe for y


mon forms of cancer affecting
American women
As women age, their chances of
developing the disease increase.
Most breast cancers occur in
women over the age of 50.
According to the National
Institute of Health, a woman's
chance of being diagnosed with
breast cancer is from age 40
through 49, one in 69; from age 50
through 59, one in 38; and from
age 60 through 69, one in 27.
The American Cancer Society
recommends women age 40 and
older should have a screening
mammogram every year, and
should continue to do so for as
long as they are in good health.
Women who are at higher than
average risk of breast cancer
should talk with their health care
providers about whether to have
mammograms before age 40 and
how often to have them.
The National Cancer Institute
and the American Cancer Society
report that at least 80 percent of
the women who get breast cancer
have no family history of the dis-
ease. African-American women


suffer a 30 percent greater mor-
tality rate from breast cancer
than white women. Furthermore,
the risk of breast cancer increas-
es with age. Women age 70 are
twice as likely of developing the
disease as a woman age 50.
National Breast Cancer
Awareness Month every October
has been celebrated for more
than two decades, building breast
cancer awareness and providing
information and hope for future
innovations in cancer research.
As a result, breast cancer survi-
vors make up the largest group of
cancer survivors.
Mammography is an excellent
method for early detection of
breast cancer. Don't let forgetful-
ness or fear stop you from having
an annual mammogram. Do it for
yourself and your loved ones.
Remember, the best protec-
tion is early detection. For more
information about breast cancer
awareness and early detection,
visit www.cancer.org.


youngsters under 2


By Lt. Melissa Darlington
NH Jacksonville
Family Resident Program


Children younger
than 2 years of age
have an average of
eight to 10 colds per year,
and are more likely to suf-
fer from colds if they are
enrolled in child care or live
with school-aged brothers
or sisters. Treatment of the
common cold in children
this young can be confus-
ing and frustrating. There
are many over-the-counter
and prescription cough and
cold medications available
for young children.
Cough suppressants,
nasal decongestants, expec-
torants and antihistamines
are commonly used alone
or in combination to relieve
symptoms of colds in chil-
dren. Currently the Food
and Drug Administration
(FDA) does not 'have
approved dosing recommen-
dations for most of these
medications in this age
group. Studies have also
shown that children under
2 years of age do not benefit
from cold medication.
The Centers for Disease
Control recently reported
an estimated 1,519 chil-
dren aged 2 and under were
treated in emergency rooms
across the U.S. in 2004-05
due to the use of cough and
cold medications. Many
harmful events, including
infant deaths, have been
the result of using these-
medications in young chil-
dren.
The active ingredients in
the medicine can increase
heart rate and blood pres-
sure. Many of these medi-
cations have multiple active
ingredients and when given
together can be very dan-
gerous and result in over-
dose. Without Food and
Drug Administration dos-
age approval in this age
group, cold medications
should not be used in chil-
dren less than 2 years of
age.
The common cold is
caused by viruses, which
are very easy to transfer
from one person to anoth-
er by coughing, sneezing,
touching hands or toys
where the virus can multi-
ply and grow.
The best prevention of
colds in little ones is to
keep them away from those
who are sick, especially
during the winter months
when the number of viruses
that cause colds are large.
Unfortunately, there's no
cure for the common cold.
Cough and cold medications
are used to treat symptoms
alone in older children and
adults.
Antibiotics which treat
bacterial infections have no
.effect on viruses. For the
:little ones under 2 years of


age, the best you can do is
to administer comfort mea-
sures by doing the follow-
ing:
1. Give your child plenty
of fluids so they will stay
hydrated.
2. For fevers or relief of
discomfort, give Tylenol
(approved for use in chil-
dren over 3 months of age)


or Ibuprofen (approved for
use over 6 months of age).
Make sure the Ibuprofen or
Tylenol does not have other
ingredients as part of the
medication. Follow the rec-
ommended dosage for your
child's age. Low grade tem-
peratures (100.4�F-1020F)
do not need to be treated
unless your child is uncom-


fortable.
3. If your baby is having
trouble nursing, feeding,
and/or sleeping because of
nasal congestion, try a rub-
ber suction bulb to gently
clear the nasal secretions.
You may try to liquefy thick
secretions with saline nasal
drops. Place two drops in
each nostril for 15-20 min-
utes and then bulb suction
immediately before feed-
ing. Only use normal saline
nose drops, no drops that


contain any medication.
4. Placing a cool-mist
humidifier in your child's
room keep nasal secretions
more liquid and make for a
more comfortable surround-
ing. Set the humidifier close
to the infant during the
night and be sure to clean
and dry after each use. Do
not use hot-water vaporiz-
ers because they can cause
serious burns.
5. Coughing removes
mucus from the lower respi-


ratory tract and can help
prevent pneumonia and
should not be too much of
a worry during the common
cold. Washing your hands
and surfaces often will help
reduce the risk of catching
or spreading the cold when
there is a lot of coughing
and sneezing.
Parents or caregivers
should be aware of the risk
for serious illness or fatal

See HEALTH NOTES, Page 16


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What to do before, during



and after a hurricane


From the American Red Cross
The following are some tips to keep you and your
family safe in case a hurricane should ever hit
the Jacksonville area:
What to do now
* Decide where you plan to go if ordered to evacuate.
* Put together your disaster kit.
* Register with your local emergency management
agency if you will need assistance during an evacuation
and there is no one else to help you.
* Plan for pets. Pets are not allowed in public shelters.
If you need to make arrangements, call your vet or the
humane society.
When a storm approaches
* Listen for weather updates. Stay informed.
* Have your car ready. Check gas, oil, water and
maintenance.
* Check your emergency evacuation supplies.
* Board up or put storm shutters on windows.
* Clear your yard of loose objects that can fly in high
winds.
* Secure your boat.
* Leave the swimming pool filled. Super-chlorinate
the water and cover the pump and filtration systems.
If you stay home
* Stock up on water. You should have a minimum of
one gallon per person per day for three days.
* Obtain a week's supply of non-perishable foods.
Don't forget a non-electric can opener.
* Check your disaster supply kit.
* Be a good friend. Offer your home to friends and
relatives who must leave their homes.
* Stay inside, away from windows.
* Wait for official word that the danger is over. Don't
be fooled by the eye of the storm.
If a warning has been issued
In the event of a hurricane warning for this area
watch local news stations if you have electricity. If not,
WOKV-AM 690 will have current information on por-
table radios.
If you must evacuate
* Pack what you need.
* Turn off electricity, water, gas at their main valves
and switches. Never attempt to turn these back on when
returning, call your utility company to do this and check
for damage and breaks.
* Contact friends and relatives and let them know
where you are going.


* Lock windows and doors.
* It is required that all mobile home residents evacu-
ate for all hurricane-force winds and seek safe shelter.
After the storm
* Have valid identification. You will not be allowed
into your area unless you can provide proof of residence.
* Beware of snakes, insects and animals driven to
higher ground.
* Avoid downed or dangling power lines.
* Be cautious with fires. Do not strike matches until
you are certain there are no gas leaks.
* Avoid using candles, they may result in fire. Use
flashlights instead.
* Fill clean containers and bathtubs with water for
drinking, washing, cooking and to flush toilets.
* Turn the refrigerator and freezer to coldest settings.
* Helping children cope with disasters
* As an adult, you'll need to cope with the disaster in.
a way that will help children avoid developing a perma-
nent sense of loss.
* How you react to an emergency gives them clues on
how to act. If you seem overcome with a sense of loss, a
child may feel their losses more strongly.
* Children's fears may also stem from their imagina-
tion, and you should take these feelings seriously. A
child who feels afraid is afraid.
* Teach your child how to call for help.
* Help children memorize important family informa-
tion such as family name, address and phone number.
Disaster kit
* Water. Store one gallon per person per day for at,
least three days.
* Ready-to-eat canned foods and high-energy foods
- peanut butter, trail mix, etc.
* Paper plates, plastic utensils.
* Battery operated flashlights, radio and extra batter-
ies.
* Cash or traveler's checks.
* Non-electric can opener.
* Fire extinguisher.
* Fully charged cell phone and extra batteries.
* Tape and plastic sheeting.
* Plastic storage containers.
* Paper products, garbage bags, disinfectant and
bleach.
* Baby necessities - formula, diapers, medications.
* Any special medications, contact lenses, glasses.
* Coolers for food if needed and ice.
* First aid essentials.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2007 11


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From the TRICARE Management Activity
The Department of Defense (DoD) Patient Safety
Program has a new Web site - http://dodpatient-
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stop source of information to military and civilian patient
safety administrators and health care providers.
"The Web site perfectly supports our mission," said
Army Col. Steven Grimes, director of the DoD Patient
Safety Program. "It provides products, services and train-
ing to help ensure the safe delivery of health care to
Military Health System beneficiaries."
The new patient safety Web site provides pamphlets,
posters and other information products that encourage a
systems approach to creating a safer patient environment
and foster trust, transparency, teamwork and communica-
tion.
The site offers critical information, training resources,
educational materials and data analysis to help patient
safety personnel achieve significant success in improving
patient safety. And as Grimes says, this is only the begin-
ning.
"Future Web site enhancements will allow it to func-
tion as a portal, bringing all safety-related information
together in one place. Hospital and clinic safety manag-
ers, patient safety officers, nursing and medical staff
and everyone committed to improving safety will want to
explore the site," added Grimes.
The site also offers valuable insight into DoD's Team
Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient
Safety (TeamSTEPPSTM) medical team training program,
which is now available to civilian medical facilities. The
Military Health System developed TeamSTEPPSTM to
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No room in my Navy for drug abusers


By FORCM(SW)
Jeff Vandervort
Naval Network Warfare Command
What we do, even
routinely, is inher-
ently danger-
ous. Doing what we can to
decrease that risk is every
Sailor's responsibility.
There should be no doubt in
your mind that the Sailors
around you are ready to do
their job and keep you safe.
Knowing your job, leading
a healthy lifestyle and get-
ting enough rest are only
part of it.
Of all the threats we face
today, one of the gravest
comes from within - drug
abuse. Using illegal drugs
or even legal ones wrong-
fully could dull your sens-
es, alter your behavior and
awareness, which in turn
can potentially get some-
one injured or even worse,
killed.
We are the world's fin-
est Navy with the brightest
Sailors running the most
sophisticated equipment.
There's simply no room in
my Navy for drug abusers.
Former Chief of Naval
Operations Adm. Thomas
Hayward put it best
when he said, "Not in my
squadron, not on my ship
and not in my Navy!" As
the force master chief for
Naval Network Warfare
Command, I'm responsible
for the training and the
equipping of about 22,000
Sailors and civilians world-
wide. The services they
provide and information
they gather are so vital
that lives are at risk if we
don't get it right. Obviously,
those under my charge need
to have their "head in the
game" at all times, as does
everyone who serves this
great nation.
: What's the Navy's policy
on illegal drugs/wrong-
ful use? Zero tolerance.
That means we discipline
as appropriate for even
ihe tiniest amounts found,
whether from urinalysis
results, drug-sniffing dogs
or other means.
To be clear, for those
caught, the penalties are
severe. Anyone accused of
using drugs will face non-
judicial punishment (cap-
t'ain's/admiral's mast) for
prosecution under Article.
112a of the Uniform Code
of Military Justice - wrong-
ful use, possession, etc., of
controlled substances.
If the case goes to a gen-
eral courts martial, a sim-
ple one-time use can result
in a bad conduct discharge
and up to five years impris-
onment. Even at non-judi-
cial punishment, the mem-
ber faces confinement, plus
lost wages of up to several
thousand dollars from fines/
reduction in rate.
Additionally, under zero
tolerance, a member would
be processed for adminis-
trative separation, which
could result in an "other
than honorable discharge,"
and forfeiture of any edu-
cational benefits. Plus, the
Navy will recoup any select-
ed reenlistment or career
status bonuses. Good luck
to anyone trying to explain
all this when looking for
their next job.
Before process-
ing, all abusers will be
screened by the Drug and
Alcohol Program advi-
sor and Substance Abuse
Rehabilitation Program
advisor. The Navy offers
treatment if found physi-
ologically dependent on ille-
gal substances.
So, what counts as illegal
use? The use or possession
of a controlled substance, or
the wrongful use of a legal
prescription medication.
For the drugs that are just
plain illegal, there's heroin,
ecstasy MDMA (3,4 meth-
ylenedioxymethamphet-


amine), GHB, Rohypnol,
Ketamine and LSD (lyser-
gic diethylamide). Drugs
that have medical uses in
the United States but also
a high potential for abuse
include cocaine, metham-
phetamines and marijuana.
Among the prescription
medications often used
wrongfully are the pain-
killers OxyContin, Vicodin,
or Demerol; depressants
:like Valium or Xanax; and


FORCM(SW)
Jeff Vandervort
stimulants like Ritalin,
Dexedrine and Adderall.


There are also steroids:
anabolic (for body building)
and androgenic (for mus-
cular characteristics), both
available legally by pre-
scription only.
To keep out of trouble,
simply stay away from ille-
gal drugs and don't use the
legal ones wrongfully.
But what if they find
you, i.e., accidental inges-
tion? For example, you're
at home, you wake up in
the morning and your back
hurts from an injury that's


been diagnosed. You're
sleepy, your vision is blurry
and, jeez - your back is just
killing you! You reach for
your prescription Naproxen,
and without thinking, you
grab your wife's pain pills.
Before you know it, you just
swallowed one, and - oh
by the way - they're made
with codeine. You're prob-
ably thinking, "My career
is down the tubes! Now
what?"
The ingestion must be
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member clear of legal pro-
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If that's accidental use of
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First of all - they're only
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medication is prescribed
for --' and no one else. That
means no sharing, not even
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positive on a urinalysis for
a medication that hasn't
been prescribed for could be
charged with wrongful use
under UCMJ Article 112a.
Secondly - they're not to
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NEX renovation


Photos by the NEXVisuaSaff (From left) NAS Jax Navy Exchange (NEX) Store Manager John Woods, NAS Jax Command Master Chief
(From left) NAS Jax Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green, CMDCM(SW) Chris Green, NEXCOM Senior Vice President Gary King, NAS Jax NEX General Manager Bill
NAS Jax Prospective Executive Officer Steve ~iolmes, Navy Exchange Hockenbury and NAS Jax Prospective Executive Officer Steve Holmes gather together to cut the ribbon to officially
(NEX) Command Senior Vice President Gary King and NAS Jax NEX open the new golf/fitness area in the NEX June 5. "We expanded our golf and fitness line to better serve our cus-
General Manager Bill Hockenbury cut the cake to officially open the tomers, so we needed to expand the display area to make it a little more appealing," said Woods.
new area in the NEX.


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NMCRS Fund Drive final


From Staff


he NAS Jacksonville 2007 Fund Drive
'. |of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Soc
officially over. The following represent
contributions collected:


Commands


Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
ASD
ASTC
B CO 4TH AAB INSPECTOR
CBMU-202 Det Jax
CNRSE
CHSWL
CV-TSC ASHORE
CNATTU
CPRW-11
CSCWL
DCS Jax


DDJF
FACSFAC Jax
e in support FASO DET Jax
ciety is now FISC JAX
its the total HS-3
HS-5
HS-7
Total HS-11
$23,340.77 HS-15
$573 MIUW Unit 207
$329 NAS Jax
$24 NATEC Det Jax
$2,533 NECE (DVECC)
$2,187 NOSC
$1,998 NAVCOMTELSTA Jax
$571 NAVFAC (EFA SE)
$5,329 Navy Band Southeast
$7,388 Naval Hospital Jax
$2,142 Navy Drug Lab
$180 NLSO


$22
$1,980
$396
$550
$4,752
$4,466
$5,060
$5,060
$4,994
$286
$9,754
$66
$528
$1,144
$1,628
$220
$1,320
$20,724
$88
$220


$100
$1,944
$665
$926.08
$2,843.29
$8,390
$2,682.39
$6,832
$3,672
$533
$11,194.35
$216
$1,890
$2,272
$2,992.62
$680
$789
$26,020.66
$135
$595


NMSC
PSD Jax
REDCOM SE
Rescue Swimmer Schoc
SE Regional Cal. Lab
SCWS
TPU
VP-5
VP-16
VP-30
VP-45
VP-62
VR-58
VS-22
VS-24
VS-31
VS-32
Golf Tournament/Car Ra


Overall


figures

$1,254 $1,937
$1,562 $2,001
$1,012 $1,712
ol $440 $842
$990 $1,383
$506 $1,400
$1,012 $1,042
$9,020 $15,102.80
$8,954 $9,271
$24,200 $24,743.52
$9,218 $8,100
$1,914 $1,489
$3,014 $1,886
$4,818 $7,461
$1,320 $1,393
$4,400 $10,473
$4,400 $2,173


iffle


$51,284.68


$170,662 $265,661.66


New changes to myPay provide more security


From DFAS


The myPay Spring Phase
II release implementation
will introduce some major
changes for all military/civil-
ian customers (all Department
of Defense, Health and Human
Services, Department of Energy,
and Environmental Protection
Agency). The release was imple-
mented May 10 and one of the
changes implemented is the vir-
tual keyboard.
The virtual keyboard is
designed to protect your myPay
pin. The Defense Finance and
accounting Service (DFAS) has
installed the keyboard because it
reduces threats from malicious
software (e.g. spyware, keylog-
gers, etc.).
The virtual keyboard displays
the keys in random order and
requires you to click on the appro-
priate key with your mouse. To
login to myPay using the virtual
keyboard users must type their
login identification (ID) num-
ber under account access on the


homepage and then, using the
mouse, click on the numbers and/
or letters of your PIN using the
virtual keyboard on the screen.
(Each number and/or letter will
appear as a dot in the textbox
above the virtual keyboard.)
When you have finished, click the
"Go" button.
If you enter an incorrect num-
ber or letter while using the vir-
tual keyboard, press the virtual
keyboard backspace button. You
can also Tab to the virtual key-
board backspace button and select
it by pressing the space bar. The
virtual keyboard backspace but-
ton will erase the last number or
letter that you entered. If you
wish to clear all the numbers/let-
ters that you have entered, press
the clear button on the virtual
keyboard, or tab to the clear but-
ton and press the space bar.
If you are a keyboard user who
does not use a mouse, you must
rely on the tab button and the
space bar to enter your PIN. You
cannot use the arrow keys to


select the numbers/letters on the
virtual keyboard.
Another change DFAS has
made is masking the entire social
security number (SSN) or alias
login ID on various screens such
as the myPay login screen and
security screens that appear if
the login information is entered
incorrectly
DFAS will also mask the first
five numbers of the SSN on leave
and earnings statements (LES).
For all customers the first five
numbers in the SSN will be
replaced with an asterisk when
the LES is displayed for onscreen
viewing or printing. This appears
on the HTML, PDF and TEXT
versions of the LES as well as the
print and save options.
MyPay also added SSN masking
for the annuitant account state-
ment, the combat-related special
compensation pay statement, for-
mer spouse payment information,
retiree account statement (RAS),
the Savings Deposit Program
account statement, and the travel


advice of payment.
Note: the SSN is not masked on
tax statements.
Along with these changes, some
browsers may be eliminated from
accessing myPay.
The following browsers can by
used to access myPay: Netscape
version 6.1 or later on Windows
and Internet Explorer version 6.0
or later on Windows. Browsers
blocked from accessing myPay
are Netscape version 6.0 on all
operating systems, Netscape ver-
sions prior to 6.1 on all operat-
ing systems, Internet Explorer
before version .5.0 on all operating
system and all browsers without
128-bit encryption on all operat-
ing systems.
Users can find instructions on
setting up their browser to use
myPay under the frequently
asked questions (FAQ) list on the
myPay Web site.
Note: If you are using special
interpretive software, such as a
screen reader, in addition to your
browser, you should set the spe-


cial software to read forms ("forms:
mode"). If you do not have "forms
mode" turned on, you may not be
able to change data items in the
myPay on-line forms. For some
software, you can turn "forms
mode" on by pressing the enter or:
return key. Check your software's:
on-line help for instructions.
Also, Retired Casualty Pay.
System customers who are cur-.
rently receiving hard copies of
their 1099R and RAS statements
and wish to turn off the hard copy
of either their 1099R or their
RAS, will be prompted to turn off
the other hard copy statement as
well.
So if they turn off their 1099R,
they will be prompted to turn off
their RAS; and if they turn off
their RAS, they will be prompted
to turn off their 1099R hard copy
delivery.
All screens within the myPay
system that display the customer
service phone numbers, have now
been updated to reflect the new.
DFAS411 phone numbers.


Jeanine:

uiy Beth Wiruth
speciall Contributor

ome spouses adapt to
military life like a fish
to water; others, not
so much. For those of us
in that category a mentor
can be a godsend. I want to
introduce you to my men-
Lor, Jeanine. Jeanine is a
Navy wife of 36 years. Her
husband, now retired, mar-
ried Jeanine then board-
b d a ship leaving his new
Navy bride behind.
' Jeanine, a quiet woman,
$vas new to Norfolk and
liew to Navy life with all its
customs and deployments.
fIeanine spent many long
hours alone in the couple's
efficiency apartment. She
didn't know anyone and
didn't know what she was
supposed to do while her
husband was gone. She
didn't know where to start
to build a life as a Navy
| vife.
"I guess I hoped some-
One would call to check on
Ine. I hoped someone would
flotice me and give me a
clue." Everywhere I went
saw other Navy wives, at
the commissary and the
clinic. Some appeared to
have it all together while
ethers seemed to show on
their faces what was in my
heart," explains Jeanine.
One day when shopping at
the commissary she noticed
another wife who, Jeanine
says, "Looked as miserable
4s I was. I mustered all my
Courage to walk up to her
ond talk to her."
: Jeanine learned that
indeed she was a brand
pew Navy wife and this
yas her first excursion to
the commissary. The two
ladies went to the park to
talk following that meet-
ing. They exchanged con-
tact information and began
io talk regularly and meet
at the park weekly. When
the weather changed they
started having coffee and






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The story of a mentor for other Navy spouses


ask questions and reach out
to others. They need you as
much as you need them."
Thank you, Jeanine for


the influence you have had
on this columnist, for your
love, patience and constant
friendship.


Do you have a question or
comment for Beth? Contact
her at beth.wiruth@home-
frontinfocus.com.


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cake at Jeanine's home.
Jeanine and Esther became
partners in navigating
Navy spousedom.
Jeanine decided if she
was going to survive life
as a Sailor's wife she was
going to have to get infor-
mation. She decided, in
spite of being shy, to take
every opportunity to talk to
those wives who appeared
to have a handle on this
lifestyle. She also began
inviting new spouses to
join her and Esther at their
weekly coffee-time.
Within weeks, 15 women
were regularly in her liv-
ing room talking about let-
ters from their sailor, tips
they had learned, resources
they discovered and, per-
haps most of all, bonding
with each other. Through
this group Jeanine made
rich relationships and
gained confidence as a Navy
spouse.
As with military life,
orders require moves and
changes. The weekly cof-
fee time saw many women
come and go but they kept
going, through deploy-
ments and homecomings,
pregnancies and deliver-
ies, relocations and retire-
ments. They kept going for
25 years. Jeanine laughs,
"After a few years I real-
ized people looked at me
as the one who had it all
together. Who would have
thought that! I was deter-
mined to look for those who


seemed to need a smile and
kind word. I invited them
to join us for coffee. I never
considered myself a mentor
till I overheard my husband
tell someone on the phone,
'Jeanine is with her men-
tor group.' To be honest it
started as a selfish effort
out of my loneliness. I still
don't call myself a mentor, I
think I am just a friend.
Jeanine's husband,
Thomas beams .when he
says, "As my career pro-
gressed I started sending
wives of my sailors to her
for help. I left a shy woman
on that first deployment
and returned to find she
had been replaced by a con-
fident, gracious woman. I
have to admit that was a
bit intimidating."
Jeanine's gracious
demeanor and warmth is
evident in her smile and
tender manner. Within
thirty minutes of meet-
ing Jeanine I felt I could
entrust her with my fears.
And no one leaves her home
without feeling you are the
most important thing to
her at that moment. And, of
course, no one leaves with-
out a warm hug.
Even. though Jeanine
and Thomas have been
retired many years they
continue to open their
home to "those who cross
our path." Jeanine offers
this advice, "If you need a
friend; become a friend to
others. Do not be afraid to
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2007 15


Top 10 traffic safety tips offered


From the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office

The following are 10 traffic safe-

ty tips to reduce your chances of
being involved in a serious fatal
traffic accident:
1. Obey posted speed limits - speeding
fines are expensive and can add points
on your driver's license. Speeding cita-
tions could increase your insurance rates.
Speed in a crash creates more damage,
which increases your chance of serious or
fatal injury.
2. Utilize safety belts - Florida law
requires that all front seat occupants
must utilize safety restraints. All chil-
dren between the ages of 4 and 17 must
be secured in a safety restraint. Children
from birth to age 3 must be secured in a
child restraint seat. According to studies
by the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration, safety belt usage can cut
fatalities and injuries between 40 to 55
percent comparing belted vs. unbelted
occupants.
3. Don't drink and drive - currently,
nearly one-third of all traffic fatalities in
Florida involve impaired drivers. DUI in
Florida - a person with a .08 BAC is con-
sidered under the influence. However,
you can be arrested and convicted with
a lower BAC. Florida law prohibits the
possession of open containers of alcoholic
beverages in a motor vehicle. Anyone
under the age of 21 with a blood alcohol
content of .02 or above will lose his/her
driving privileges.
4. Follow at a safe distance - keep at
least a two-second following distance
between your vehicle and the one in
front of you. In less than ideal condi-
tions, increase this distance.
5. Obey traffic signals - every day,
thousands of motorists run red lights
in Florida, recklessly endangering their
lives and the lives of other motorists and
pedestrians. Red light running is often a


result of aggressive driving and the time
saved, an average of 47 seconds, is not
worth the potential cost in human lives.
Traffic fines are increased for red light
running.
6. Yield the right-of-way - failing to
yield causes thousands of crashes, result-
ing in serious and fatal injury. Failing
to yield includes those who turn left in
front of approaching traffic, emerging
from a private drive or parking lot and
pulling out in front of other traffic from
a stop sign.
7. Pedestrian safety - pedestrians
are subject to traffic control signals at
intersections. Pedestrians must walk
on sidewalks, if provided or walk facing
traffic where there are no sidewalks.
Pedestrians must utilize crosswalks
where available and cross at intersec-
tions. No pedestrian shall suddenly leave
the curb and step into the path of a vehi-
cle.
8. Move over law - use caution when
approaching an emergency vehicle sitting
on the side of the road with emergency
lights activated. On two-lane roadways,
you must slow down to at least 20 mph
below the posted speed limit. On multi-
lane roadways, you must move over to
the adjacent lane when safe to do so or
slow down as you approach the area.
9. Don't drive distracted - maintain
focus on your driving and avoid being
distracted so you can expect the unex-
pected. Avoid eating, reading and groom-
ing in your vehicle while driving. Keep
cell phone calls to a minimum, allow
voicemail to answer a call. Pull off the
road in a safe area to handle your call
and don't engage in stressful or emotion-
al conversations while driving.
10. Don't hang out in the left lane -
keep right unless you are passing anoth-
er vehicle or preparing to make a left
turn.


Photos by MCI (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Friends, Calyssa, Tori, Jasmine and Jessica relax in the Lil' St Johns River.

USO: 'Event that enhances family cohesiveness'


From Page 1

some big fun for the older crowd includ-
ing the Hydro Halfpipe, Eye of the Storm,
wave pool and the Lil' St. Johns River.
And, if you just weren't in the mood to
get wet, the rest of the park was open for
some dry fun which included the many
arcade games, miniature golf and go-cart
racing competitions.
"I think it's great that the USO and
VyStar are taking care of military fami-
lies. This is a special night where military
families can feel safe because they are sur-
rounded by people they know. I've been
able to spend time with friends I haven't
seen in a long time and I would like it very
much if more of the same kind of events
were offered in the future," said PS1(AW)


MUSTER: 'Family readiness critical'


From Page 1

NFAAS is a Web-based
application used in conjunc-
tion with, or independent-
ly of, the BUPERS online
(BOL) disaster muster
tool (DMT). BOL DMT is
an online mustering tool
for commands to account
for active duty, selected
Reserve and Department of
Defense civilian (appropri-
ated and non-appropriated
fund) employees and their
family members.
: Personnel mustered
through BOL DMT may go
directly to the NFAAS Web
site to assess their needs.
Family members will need
their sponsor's social secu-
rity number and date of
birth to access the site.
: NFAAS can also be uti-
lized by retirees and con-
tractors and their family
members (excluding foreign
nationals OCONUS). These
members of the Navy fam-
ily should visit their local,
Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) for their
initial NFAAS assess-
ment. Once in the system,
they may update their sta-
tus online as it changes
until they are assigned a
case manager. Once a case
manager is assigned, they
become the Navy fam-
ily member's single point of
contact to update the status
of their needs.
Connectivity may be a
challenge following a disas-
ter. If Internet and trans-
portation are not available,
personnel and families in
the affected area may con-
tact the Emergency Call
Center at 877-414-5358 (the
TDD number is 866-297-
1971) to assess their needs.
"I encourage everyone
to visit the NFAAS Web
site at www.NavyFamily.
navy.mil within 72 hours of
mustering with their com-
mand for additional infor-
mation and support," said
Conway. "We have the abil-
ity to respond rapidly to
a family that indicates in
NFAAS they have an emer-
gent need after a disaster."


If disaster-related needs
are identified, a case man-
ager from a FFSC will be
assigned to 'their case. The
case manager will contact
the Navy family member to
assist them with all of their
needs, from the urgent to
the informational.
All information provided
during the assessment is
confidential. Details of the
assessment will not be pro-
vided to the service mem-
ber's chain of command or
anyone outside the case
management team with-
out the provider's approval.
Commands will only receive
general needs data (e.g.,
325 command personnel
need temporary housing) to
ensure resources and poli-
cies are in place to support
Navy families.
"Family readiness is criti-
cal to Sailor readiness,"
said Falk. "If you have
Navy personnel whose fam-
ily has suffered a loss, they
are going to be preoccupied
with getting their family
back to a stable state. They
will -not be focused on the
mission. Family readiness
means that families know
what to do in the aftermath
of a disaster, whether the
service member is there or
not."


Following the 2005 hur-
ricane season, more than
7,400 cases were reported
in the NFAAS. The biggest
two issues were housing
and finances, said Falk.
Case managers were able
to work on behalf of those
affected families by con-
necting them to internal
Navy resources, and exter-
nal resources such as those
provided by the Federal
Emergency Management
Agency and the American
Red Cross.
Falk said that the NFAAS
has taken what the Navy
has learned over the years
about responding to other
kinds of disasters and
emergencies and raised its
response to a new level. A
case manager works with
an individual or family
from the beginning, track-
ing their history, updat-
ing their status, and stays
with them until all of their
issues are resolved.
"Never before has one-on-
one, long term support been
there in the same way we
are able to do it now," said
Falk. "NFAAS is the new
gold standard for disaster
response and recovery, and
it is a profound statement
of Navy organizational loy-
alty to. its people."


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Janet DeFranco who is stationed at NS
Mayport.
"This is a family event. It's important
that we not only say thank you to our mili-
tary for their service and sacrifice, but to6
also recognize the families who pay the
price as well. Being able to make this event
a memorable one is priceless. Military
night is a fun family event that enhanc-
es family cohesiveness," said Greater
Jacksonville Area USO Executive Director
K.C. McCarthy.
"This is the second year the USO has
offered Adventure Landing Night. This
very popular event completely sold out
quickly. Next year, the USO hopes to get
two sponsors so we can try to offer this
event twice," added NS Mayport USO
Director Wendy Layton.


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MWR Planner LIBERTY COVE
1.-...... RECREATION


Mission first, Sailors Altways i

BOWLING CENTER
For more information call 542-3493.
Summer bowling specials
Sunday - Family Day Special
$1 games all day

Wednesday - Dollar Night
$1 bowling, 6-10 p.m.

Friday - Two Games and Shoes for $5
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
All you can bowl for $10, 9 p.m. - midnight
Saturday - Extreme Bowling
9 p.m. - midnight
$10 per person, includes shoe rental
THE ZONE
COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for more information.

Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!
Trivia Night
Budweiser Brew House
Every Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday and Friday
7:30 p.m. - until close
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.

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 LT.T. trips or
ticket prices, please call 542-3318.
SHIN DO KUMATE XIII
Warriors Unleashed
"Quest for the Greatest Martial Arts
Warrior"
June 23, 7:30 p.m.
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
$13 - $40.50 - All seats are buy one, get
one free.
Purchase tickets by June 18.

Pepsi 400 tickets are still on sale!
Race is July 7 in Daytona
Ticket prices, $45 - $126
Fan Zone is $46.50

Orlando Science Center Trip
June 23
$25 per person, includes admission, "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


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted
to El-E5 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.
Free Jax Beach Trip
Tomorrow
Departs Liberty Cove at 9 a.m.

Free Lesson and Nine Holes of Golf
June 20
NAS Jax Golf Course

Free Jacksonville Suns Baseball Game
June 21
Departs Liberty Cove at 4:30 p.m.
MOVIES
Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Billy Madision (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - We are Marshall (PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. - The Messengers (PG-13)
June 22, 7 p.m. -'Animal House (R)
June 23, 5 p.m. - Bridge to Terabiathia (PG)
June 23, 7 p.m. - Love Actually (R)
June 29, 7 p.m. - The Wedding Singer
(PG-13)
June 30, 5 p.m. - Children of Men (R)
June 30, 7 p.m. - Indiana Jones & the
Temple of Doom (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 26 for active duty.
June 28 for retirees and Department of
Defense personnel.

All hands golf clinic
June 22
4-6 p.m.
Authorized patrons and invited guests
$10 per session includes range balls, PGA
instruction, beverages.

Family Golf Clinics
Tuesday, 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
Sunday
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.

Before and After School Registration
Monday
Ages 5 (K) through 13
Youth Center

MULBERRY

COVE MARINA
Call 542-3260.

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


Power Boat Training Class
Class 1 - July 28 and 29


Photos by Shannon Leonard
NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department Lifeguard and Swim Lesson Instructor':
Emily Nichols, gives swim lesson instructions to a Level 1 Beginner Class at the outdoor pool:
June 8. Swim lessons are still available for all age groups. For more information, call 542-
2930.


Swim Instructor,
Emily Nichols
gives Victoria
Borges a swim-
ming lesson at
the outdoor pool
June 8.


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HEALTH NOTES: Cold medicine for kids


From Page 10


overdose from giving cough
and cold medications to
children less than 2 years
of age. In older children,
caregivers should give these
medications only as direct-
ed, taking care to make
sure the over-the-counter
medications used in combi-
nation do not contain active
ingredients in the same
drug class.
It is safest to inform your


health-care provider of all
medications your child is
taking, prescription as well
as over-the-counter. Some
indications to have your
child seen by a medical pro-
fessional for possible bac-
terial infection or serious
illness from viral infection
. would be high fe. ers, greater
than 102�F, decrease in wet
diapers, increase in vomit-
ing and diarrhea, decrease
in feeding, or cold symptoms
including cough and thick,


yellow-green nasal secretions
for greater than 14 days.
For more medical informa-
tion on children go to: http://
www.aap.org/parents.html.
For medical information on
all age groups go to: http://
patients.uptodate.com/.
This article is part of a
continuing series of health
care related articles
presented by the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville
Family Medicine Residency
Program.


ABUSERS: Not tolerated in our Navy!
From Page 12 (Dumping medications down the toilet is
not recommended since they could find
and now your knee's hurting, don't pop the their way into the environment.) If thrown
Vicodin! Most likely, the prescribed period in the trash, they could be retrieved by a
has elapsed. Taking them now could lead desperate abuser, or worse -- eaten by a
tota chargeable offense under Article 112a. pet or child.
(Don't go by the expiration date on the pet or child.
bottle - it's what the doctor tells you that When it comes to illegal/wrongful use,
counts.) common sense applies. If it's illegal, stay
To be safe, go see the doctor again for the away from it. If it's not yours, don't touch
new problem and get a new prescription. it. If it's yours, use as directed and don't
,The best place for old medications - return share it. Keep this in mind and you'll be at
:them to the pharmacy for proper disposal. the top of your game.


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SPORTS'


Golf League starting
This league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty, command Department of Defense
personnel and selective reservists. The
league will be played on Wednesdays at 8
a.m. All interested personnel should contact
the athletic department to get a copy of the
rules and the required paperwork to join the
league.
Greybeard summer basketball
league forming
The Greybeard basketball league is open to
all NAS Jax active duty, selective reservists,
and Department of Defense personnel age
30 and up. The season is scheduled to begin
in June. All interested personnel should
contact the athletic department to get a copy
of the rules and the required paperwork to
join the league.
Racquetball tourney in June
A captain's cup men and women's racquetball
tournament will be held June 25-29. The


tournament is free and open to all NAS Jax
active duty, selective reservists and command
Department of Defense men and women.
Participants will earn participation points
for their command toward the captain's cup
and can earn additional points for finishing
first, second or third place. There will be a
separate men and women's division. Call
NAS Jax Athletics to sign up by June 20.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Are you a competition runner? If so, you can
represent the Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons
and triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite
active duty men and women in regional
races. Uniforms are provided as well as
transportation, entry fees and lodging
costs. Interested runners must compete in
a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs
of America) race and your time must be one
of top 10 regional qualifying times. For more


information, call 270-5451.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Sports officials and scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military OfficialsAssociation
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer,
softball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested,
contact the NAS Jax Gym.

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


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA
Jax No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held in Building
612 on Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at
7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays
and Thursdays and the first Saturday of
the month from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or Pearl Aran at
777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300
meetings are held the second Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter
38 meetings are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive,
Orange Park. The chapter also has service
officers available Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 1-4 p.m. to help with claims. To
make an appointment orfor more information,
call 269-2945. The chapter also offers bingo
every Saturday at 10 a.m. The public is
welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National
Active and Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired employees to
their regular monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at 1 p.m. at St.
Vincent's Medical Facility in Orange Park.
For more information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every month at
the clubhouse (Building 1956) adjacent to
the Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters and non-
boaters are invited to attend. The Navy Jax
Yacht Club is a members only club open to
all active duty, reservists, retired military and
active and retired Department of Defense
civilians. For more information, call 778-0805


or email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meetings are
held the second Sunday of every month at 7
p.m. at The Country Cabin restaurant located
on Blanding Boulevard. This organization is
open to any single, divorced, separated, or
widowed that have children of any ages. For
more information, please check out our Web
site at www.pwpnflorida.com or call 307-
6261.
Dollhouse and miniatures enthusiasts
hold monthly meetings the first Tuesday
of each month at 7 p.m. at the Hart Haven
Baptist Church, 47 Jim Wright Road. Club
members share know-how and help each
other with room-boxes, dollhouses and other
miniature projects. Call Grace Tobey for
more information at 783-0354.
MOMSClubof Orange Park/Westside holds
their monthly meeting the second Thursday of
each month at 10 a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park Mall. Moms
and children are welcome at all activities.
For information contact Nicole Lopez at 504-
6016 or go to momsclubopw@yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation Ordnance-
men's meeting is held the third Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve
Center on Collins Road. For more information,
call AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim
Bohac at 542-2939. You can also visit www.
aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association,
Inc. holds their meetings the second Tuesday
of each month at 6 p.m. in the Shands
Hospital Blue room. For more information,
call Janneice Moore at 563-4645.
The local chapter of the Military Officers
Association of America meets for a dinner
program the third Wednesday of each month
at 6 p.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club.


All active, retired and reserve officers of
all services are encouraged to attend. For
reservations or more information, call 772-
0237.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Active and Retired Federal
Employees Association extends an open
invitation to all currently employed and retired
federal employees to our regular meeting
held at 1 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of each
month at the Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at 4101
College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association
holds its monthly meeting on the fourth
Thursday each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903 West Union
Street. Interested personnel are encouraged
to attend or contact Lt. Cmdr. Herlena
Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first
Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at
the Golden Coral, 582 Blanding Boulevard.
The "Wingnutts" invite all those interested
in motorcycling and motorcycle safety. They
also have a weekly get together at the Dairy
Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-
5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will
hold their monthly meeting June 16 at 1:30 p.m.,
at the Webb-Wesconnett Library, 6887 103rd
street, Jacksonville. For more information,
contact Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.
A VP-4 All Hands Reunion will be held Oct.
12-14 at the Crown Plaza hotel in San Diego.
Contact Bill Broadwell at 619-713-2321 or go
to www.vp4alsociation.com for information
on the reunion.


Be thrill seeker at OAC

From LIFELines


f the thrill seeker tucked away inside of you
is screaming for the rush of white water raft-
ing, rock climbing, snow boarding, scuba diving,
mountain climbing or the ins and outs of a rope chal-
lenge course, then the Navy Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Outdoor Adventure Center (OAC) has
your name on it.
You can find these exciting centers at Dam Neck,
Va., Everett, Wash., San Diego or Pearl Harbor,
Hawaii. Obviously, the activities offered by each of
these vary because of locality, but they all focus on the
daring and the extreme.
Steve Goodwin, director of the OAC in Pearl Harbor,
Hawaii, was the co-creator of the founding OAC.locat-
ed in Dam Neck, Va. He explains that to be classed
as an OAC, the center must have qualifying program
activities, state-of-the-art equipment, and qualified
staff. Staff members must have expertise in the area
they staff, as well as certain medical and outdoor rec-
reation certifications.
The OAC program at Dam Neck, Va. offers activities
as varied as a kayak roll clinic to help you work on your
skills in a heated indoor swimming pool, ski and cave
weekends, and weekend backpacking trips along the
Appalachian Trail. The Alpine Tower Rope Challenge
program, which can be adjusted between a half-day and
two days, helps build groups into teams. Steve Joyner,
one of the guides for the program, explains that all
guides must be wilderness first responder qualified to
take a group anywhere that is 30 to 45 minutes away
from emergency medical attention. Guides leading rock
or mountain climbing groups must have certification
from the American Mountain Guide Association.
The OAC in San Diego offers ski trips, bouldering
and wall climbing, to mention a few. They also offer
"Volunteer-2-Play." Through this program, partici-
pants can receive reduced fees for activities by donat-
ing their time as volunteers to the OAC.
Located at NS Everett. Wash.. is the Pacific
Northwest OAC. This program includes river rafting,
hiking. downhill and cross-country skiing, snowshoe-
ing, kayaking and camping. The center offers classes
and trips for all ages and skill levels.
In addition to the physical challenges offered, par-
ticipants of these OAC programs receive a tremen-
dous benefit to their self-esteem and team-building
skills. Whether you do it for the physical challenge,
for a boost to your self-confidence, or just for the joy of
being able to say it was there so you did it. be sure to
check out the OAC nearest you. Contact your MWR for
more information on these programs.


Tuskegee Airmen wanted for special event
R ep. Cliff Sterns (R- these men living in the to train as pilots," contin- Medal. However, not all
Fla.) is holding a Sixth District and I invite ued Stearns. "The train- of the Tuskegee Airmen
special event this anyone who knows about a ing took place in Tuskegee, attended this event and I
summer to honor the Tuskegee Airman to contact Ala., and they became the
Tuskegee Airmen living in my office so we can invite famed Tuskegee Airmen would like to ensure that
the Sixth Congressional them to this event," said who went on to establish an they receive the honors they
District. Those who did Stearns. astounding record in com- earned."
not attend the recent event "Although our nation was bat. In March, some 300 If you can help track
in Washington, D.C. will segregated during World Tuskegee Airmen and their down a Tuskegee Airmen
receive the Congressional War II, nearly 1,000 black families attended an event
Gold Medal. Americans stepped for- in the Capitol Rotunda in by June 22, contact John
"I am working with vet- ward to serve in a special Washington, D.C. receiv- Konkus at 352-351-8777 or
eran's groups to identify Army Air Corps program ing the Congressional Gold 1-800-888-7743.


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FFSC offers educational


and support programs
The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive measure for
avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free to service
members and their families as well as Department of
Defense civilian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special accommodations
or handicapped access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are available in June:
Today, 1:30-3 p.m. - Sponsor Training
June 18, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Transition Assistance
Workshop (Retiring)
June 19, 9 a.m. to noon - Anger Management Workshop
June 25-29, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. - Command Financial
Specialist Training
For further information or to register, call 542-2766, ext.
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DATES:
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SESSION TIMES:
0830 -1130 for ages 6-9
1330 - 1630 for ages10-16
WHERE TO SIGN UP:
NAS JAX Youth Center
FOR MORE INFO:
778-9772
COST IS FREEIII


Camp includes an official Harlem Globetrotters
Summer Youth Basketball Camp T-Shirt and a
camp picture.
Learn basketball fundamentals and gain life skills.
Early registration Is strongly
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6008 LAKE COVE AVE.
1734 KINGSLEY AVE.
206 PARK AVE.
1313 BLANDING/KNIGHT BOXX
341 PARK AVE.
1952 PARK AVE.
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6510 NORMANDY BLVD.
6409 SAN JUAN AVE
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620 CHAFFEE RD
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5391 COLLINS RD.
6260 103RD ST.
7900 103RD ST.
1670 WELLS RD.
5480 COLLINS RD
511 BULLS BAY HWY
10980 NEW KINGS RD(US 1)
4511 SAN JUAN AVE
7023 103rd ST
640 STOCKTON ST
277 LANDING BLVD
500-60 HWY 17 & CR 220
4420 WABASH AVE.
4441 WESCONNETT BLVD.
7254 103RD ST.
CECIL FIELD
182 BLENDING BLVD.
1441 DUNN AVE
821 BLENDING BLVD
7313 LEM TURNER RD
132 BLENDING BLVD
1548 PARK AVE
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1445S6th ST MACCL
5800 RAMONA BLVD JAX
2688 OLD MIDDLEBURG JAX
7603 103rd STJRICKER JAX
3137 SR 220/RUSSELL MDG
2584 SR220 & COLLEGE MDG
5105 SR218WIMALLARD MDG
2816 BLANDING/PEPPERGRASS MDG
4305 HWY 17 & RAGGEDY PT OP
208 BLENDING BLVD. OP
KINGSLEY AVE. OP
9763 103rd STJCONNIE JEAN JAX
636 McDUFF AVE. S. NEAR 1-10 JAX
770 N McDUFF NEAR BEAVER JAX
102 SUZANNE OP
2468 BLENDING & SCENIC MDG
338 COLLEGE & OLD JENNINGS 'OP
1312 BLANDING/OAK OP
8635 BLENDING BLVD JAX
4527 120TH ST. JAX
1335 KINGSLEY AVE. OP
CECIL FIELD JAX
5435 BLENDING BLVD JAX
6407103RD ST. JAX
1464 PARK AVE. OP
10401 NORMANDY BLVD. JAX
4152 OLD MIDDLEBURG JAX
8181 103rd ST. JAX
4856 PARK ST./CASSAT JAX
3895 OLD JENNINGS/LONGBAY MDG
2682 BLANDING/218 MDG
4486 MIMOSA/218 MDG
804 BLANDING/CAMP JOHNSON OP
2816 HENLEY RD - LKASBURY GCS
3075 HWY 17/MAHAMA GCS
6935 HWY 17/HIBERNIA GCS
756 PARK AVE. OP
187 ARORA BLVD. OP
103RD ST. / HARLOW JAX
5647 ROOSEVELT BLVD. JAX
4291 ROOSEVELT BLVD. JAX
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Commissary to kitchen grand adventure for children


By Kay Blakley
Defense Commissary Agency


in cl
and


o you routinely and
arrange for com- the
missary shopping to Tha
be a solo affair because it's - it'
just too much trouble hav- G:
ing the children in tow? all 1
Too bad, because you're get,
missing a whole store full amo
of teaching opportunities! A to t
lesson in identifying prima- and
ry colors is as easy as col- trar
lecting some red apples, yel- tabl
low bananas, green gr'apes grain
and blue (purple) pluss. of p
"Can you choose four bak- gro
ing potatoes for me, please? for
Make them all about the amc
same size, and by the way, left
what color are they?" See rie
how easy this is? You've snail
covered counting, sizes and opti
shapes, and even added char
another color to identify. wou
Older children can put If
newly acquired math skills in n
to work by figuring gut how role
many 4-ounce servings you com,
can get from a one-pound is a
package of ground beef, or Gui'
how many pounds of broc- at h
coli you can buy for $2, gov.
when broccoli is selling for ing
49 cents a p6und. Broccoli to cl
may not be near the top of ten
your child's favorite foods so c
list, but it does bring me to you'
my second point. heac
Instead of leaving the somi
children at home, do you Use
:-insist they be present for Mak
commissary shopping, talk
because they are. the ones ers o


-Leisure for
',From LIFELines


harge of menu-planning
food-buying decisions,
all you do is hand over
cash at the checkout?
t's worse than too bad
s downright terrible!
rowing bodies need
the nutrients they can
packaged in the right
runt of calories tailored
he child's age, gender
activity level. That
slates to fruits, vege-
es, low-fat dairy, whole
ins and lean sources
rotein - the same food
ups recommended
adults, but in smaller
)unts. Little room is
over for empty calo-
drinks, sweet or salty
cks, or high-fat entree
ons most children in
rge of menu planning
ld go for.
you need a crash course
nutrition to reclaim your
model status when it
es to eating right, help
s close as the Dietary
delines for Americans
4ttp://www.mypyramid.
Most schools are teach-
this same information
children from kindergar-
through high school,
ompare notes on what
ve each learned, then
d to the commissary for
e practical application.
the "It's Your Choice,
ke it Healthy" shelf-
ers for quick remind-
)f facts from the dietary


W There can you get discount tick-
ets to a rock concert or sporting
STV event? What if you want to book
a cut-rate airline flight and hotel room
for a weekend getaway? Look no further
than the Information, Tickets, and Travel
rOffice (ITT).
Located on many domestic and overseas
Navy and Marine bases, ITT offers low-
cost tickets to local, regional, and nation-
al attractions. It also acts as a full-ser-
vice travel agency. From Disneyland to
Dollywood, from train tours to ship cruises,
ITT is your one-stop shop for discount tick-
et and travel services.
ITT is open to active-duty service mem-
bers, reservists, retirees, and their families.
A branch of the Navy's Morale, Recreation
and Welfare division and Marine Corps
Community Services, ITT offers the follow-
ing services on most bases:
* ITT sells discount tickets to attrac-
tions, including sporting events, concerts,
theaters, amusement parks, museums,
aquariums, and zoos. It also serves as a
Ticket master outlet.
* As a travel agency, ITT can assist
with discount hotel reservations, rental
cars, and airline tickets, as well as cruises,
tours, and trip planning.
* Information on local attractions is also
available, including community events,
regional brochures, and state maps.


guidelines.
Compare the Nutrition
Facts labels of your favor-
ite frozen pizzas or micro-
wave entrees to see how
they stack up when it
comes to fats and sodium.
Consumption of sodium
should be no more than
2,300 milligrams per, day,
and fats no more thdn 20
to 35 percent of your total
daily calories. Make the
numbers more meaning-
ful by paying attention to
the "% daily value" column.
Five percent or less of a
particular nutrient is "low,"
while 20 percent or more is
"high."
Do the same comparisons
on your favorite breakfast
cereal. Is it whole grain?
What is the fiber content?
You need 14 grams of fiber
for every 1,000 calories
consumed, you know. And,
how is thle sugar content?
One teaspoon is equal to 4
grams.
. Make these excursions
often, and you'll be sur-
prised at how your new
knowledge will change your
menu planning and com-
missary shopping habits.
Finally, bring that com-
missary classroom home to
your very own kitchen.
Children of all ages tend
to eat foods they've had a
hand in preparing, even
foods that are good for
them. The smallest hands


ss through ITT

ITT ensures that service members "get
the lowest available fare out there."
Even better, travel assistance is as cheap
as it gets because there are no cancellation
fees or high commissions to pay. So when
you purchase tickets or book travel plans
in advance at ITT, your savings add up.
For instance, you can ride a roller coaster
at Six Flags America or take the kids to
meet Shamu at Sea World for less than the
gate price. Whatever you're looking for, be
sure to visit your local ITT office first for a
complete price list and details.
By providing discount leisure services,
ITT shows the Navy and Marine Corps
commitment to military quality of life.
Getting a good deal on a vacation package
or on movie tickets helps families enjoy
time together for less money.
Plus, ITT is non-revenue generating,
which means that profits go back into base
recreational services. So when you use
ITT, you not only help yourself, but other
Sailors and Marines too.
Visit Navy ITT to learn more about trav-'
el and ticket discounts. Some bases also
offer individual ITT homepages with local
information. You can always stop by your
bases ITT with questions or for tickets and
travel services.
The next time you're looking for fun, be
sure to visit ITT. Whether you're dream-
ing of a Caribbean cruise or hoping to
score tickets to the latest box-office smash,
there's something for everyone at ITT.


Most survivor benefits require application
From LifeLines active duty, a Casualty Assistance Calls
Officer (CACO) will be assigned to assist
The good news is that while on active the family. The CACO will facilitate the
duty, Uncle Sam has substan- procurement of a check for $100,000, the
tial benefits in place for survivors, fallen hero's compensation, to help with
However, a thorough knowledge of these immediate financial needs. This amount
benefits is required as most will have to be is totally tax-exempt and is normally pro-
applied for by survivors. This knowledge vided within 24-72 hours after death.
will allow you to know your family is pro- Additional benefits provided by the
tected even in these times of great uncer- Department of Defense are housing and
tainty. ' medical. If the family is living in govern-
For example, if an E6 with 10 years of ment quarters at the time of death, they
service dies in the line of duty and leaves may remain there for 180 days rent-free.
behind a widow and two small children, After that, it is up to the base commander's
what monthly income would that family be discretion whether to allow the family to
eligible to receive? The answer is approxi- remain in housing for an additional short
mately $3,751 per month or $45,012 in the period of time. However, after 180 days,
first year. A large portion of this income is the family will be charged fair market rent.
tax-exempt and all of the income is subject If not in government quarters, the family
to annual cost-of-living (COLA) increases, will receive a lump sum equal to 180 days
If this surprises you, then read the rest of worth of Basic Allowance for Housing.
this article to educate yourself on your sur- The family continues to receive medi-
vivor benefits. cal and dental services in an active-duty
Important reminder: Your survivors dependent status for three years. After that
must apply for most of these.benefits. they can elect to enroll in the TRICARE
Meaning: No application - no benefits! system just like a retiree's family.


Message: The entire family must also
understand these important benefits.
For an active-duty death, benefits are
received from three principle sources: the
Department of Defense, the Department of
Veterans Affairs, and the Social Security
Administration. All benefit amounts are
increased yearly and current benefits are
always posted on the Navy Mutual Aid
Association's Web site (click on Services,
then click of Federal Benefits Information).
Department of Defense: Immediate
:financial support. In the event of death on


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in the family can tear let-
tuce for a salad, older
children get a thrill out of
being trusted with a par-
ing knife to slice cucumbers
and tomatoes, and teens
can usually master an easy
main dish from scratch in
no time at all. Most chil-
dren won't want to prepare
broccoli right away, so start
them off with a recipe like
ice cream muffins and let
them work their way up to
the good stuff.
Ice Cream Muffins
1 cup ice cream, any fla-


vor
1 cup sifted self-rising
flour
1. Preheat oven to 400
degrees. Spray 6-cup muf-
fin tin with cooking spray
or line with cupcake liners.
2. Measure ice cream into
small deep bowl and let set
until very soft. Stir with
a wooden spoon to speed
the melting process. (The
ice cream doesn't have to
be completely melted, just
very, very soft.)
3. Add flour, stirring just
until mixed.


4. Spoon equal amounts
into muffin cups, sprinkle
tops with cinnamon sugar,
and bake 18 - 20 minutes.
Note: A high-quality pre-
mium ice cream works best
- one made from real milk,
cream and eggs. One cup
sifted all-purpose flour plus
1/2 teaspoons baking pow-
der and / teaspoon salt,
thoroughly combined, can
be substituted for self-ris-
ing flour. One cup fresh
blueberries or other fruit
can be folded into the muf-
fin mixture, if desired.


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Free Rent &a pool. Avail immed.
Specials! S1150m. Call 333-7BB5.
Call today!
904-771-5736 or go
online at chaseridge.com BEACHES -Jax, new,
1,2, br condo, steps
from the bch, starting
fro $1250, special
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ARLINGTON Kendall
Pointe TwnHm 3/2.5, leg. Downtown Ibr/lba, $800 all
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Military & Student Leases access, city view 7-12
oav, pets neg. 904-610-8807 mo lease. 904-294-2470
CRESCENT BEACH FLEMING ISLAND 2/2.5
Oceanfront, sips 6, w/d, yr old, w/gar, WD
pool, tenn, $1500/wk. hkup, $900mo -- sec dep
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Intracoastal West New
gated 3/3 penthouse,
2200sf granite, SS oppl,
pool, gar 51895m 273-0125
MIDDLEBURG- Luxury
condo 2br/2.5ba, 1800sf
gated, cable included
$1150mo. 904-338-3482
ORANGE PARK EAGLE
HARBORBrand new in
The Enclave. 2/2, gar &
storage rm, 1517sf
w/addtl scrn patio,
granite counters, SS
appl,'wdc blinds & more,
pool & Iten Tmember-
ship mlcid, $1400 272-0133
SOUTHSIDE

at Pointe Meadows
amenities & features
wncl. attached gara
Sreat enoc. Cb.l.on ' r
everything. C-Appla n.
um. pets ok. w -j Gir

tease avail. Av . l-o
a-util's. Call 53 351
SOUTHSIDE - St. John's
Town Center - 1 /1 condo
w/attached garage.
Screened balcony, W/D
in unit, Appliances
under warranty. Gated
community w/pool and
fitness center. Avail-
able 8/1 $950. 410-533-5119
SOUTHSIDE - 2/2, South-
brook, wtr, sewer, pest
cnrlinc-n odo


Baymeadows, 4br/3ba
2600sf new granite cntrs
$1800mo. Steve Hughes
100 Plus Realty 502-5015
BEAUTIFUL
HOUSE 3yr old, 3
or 4 bedroom, 2
both, fireplace,
Lakeview, watersoft-
ener, luxury Master
Bedroom, luxury Ballth,
Club house w/pools, ten-
nis court, and more!
$206,900. Or rent $1,100.
Rent to own! 772-7795 or
803-6617
EAGLE HARBOR
Lakefront, 4 Bd/2
S Ba, 2 car garage.
Florida room.
Ceramic & Laminate
Floor. Central Air &
Ceiling Fans. Backyard
Fence. Fishing Deck.
"A" Rated Schools! One
Block from boat romp.
$1500/Mo 803-4287
4 Fleming Island,
Eagle Harbor-
5BR/3BA, 2700sf, FL
room w/heat & AC, free
heated pool, tennis &
golf in community.
REDUCED from
$2,000/mto $1,825/m.
542-7908
Fleming Island Twnhs Sgl
level 3/2 /1 car gar. "A"
Schls. W/D, $1175/mo;
$1175/dep. 904-302-4401


control.inc. noco oFnmLEMING ISLAND-
fees, $80mo. 722-9259 4 br/2 ba home. Large
WESTSIDE Waterfront Screen Room, Fenced.
2/2.5 twn hm, scrnd 1,600 monthly.
lanai, garage, Fpl, dock, Rosie 370-0442.
$950mo. PH 904-276-3010 Available May 30th.
WESTSIDE FLEMING ISLAND Nice
-new 3/2, w/d, cbl, $950mo 4/3, 3yrs old, landscaped,
+ dep. Off 103rd. Pool & fitness comm.
Call 561-252-0969 $1800+dp. 904-5539918
S- Fleming Island-
Eagle Harbor Lake-
ILtront, 4bed/2 bath, 2
Unfurnished car garage with
Florida Room, ceramic
WESTSIDE Lease to own. and laminated floor,
3/1, newly remodeled, central air and ceiling
$895m+dp. 5148 Palmer fans, backyard fence,
Ave. 904-635-6861 fishing deck, 4 ft side-
103rd St 5'? t1195 ch&a walk, "A" rated schools,
g,.1. 1 i . " 5 . ,.. r one block from boat
C - .'. i-.. ramp. $1,450 mo. Please
VANSANDT RE 389 54,1 call 904-803-4287
ARGYLE. :o..,., FLEMING ISLAND-
lul I 30 BOrFn 4 br/2 ba home. Large
oDu,* i,' ,.. i4 lr Screen Room, Fenced.
C.,.' , l .,- . 1,600 monthly.
,..tr,-':. s r .s . :CI , '. ,-l. Rosie 370-0442.
**', .-:u''. n,-,r r ,.-, Fvr Available May 15th.
r. I ,,) R.-,r I.: 6.,. Intracoastal West-
, - . nec.- Gately Oaks, 1602
//c2-779sJ Sarah Towers. 4/2,
S*************** 10 miles from May-
Arlington, Soulhside * port, $1450 mo, large
Westside, Northsido * deck, wooded lot,
* * 891-5843
SStop Paying Rent! *- -- 8'54 --
Kensington-
*New Homes in the $100's* BR/2BA,2t041sf,
No Money? * .l cooled 12x30 Florida
No Credit? * Room w/sink, 10x12
No Problem * shed, $1500/month, no
S . * dogs allowed; available
Possible Rent To Own * August 1st. Call Kurt at
* Call Dave 904-881-6653 * 307-8023 or Helen at
**************** 699-5102 for details.
4 ARLINGTON- KERNAN River Point,
4/2 Brick Ranch on 3/2, 2 car, new pnt/ firs,
3/4 acre fenced lot. immac, on preserve,
Complete remodel conv Ioc. $1100 728-1518
2000sf. & 2 car attached-
garage. $1850+ $900 Lakeshore 4/2 updated
deposit. Call 864-354-9101 kit, sep LR, OR, w/d
hkup, det 1 car gar,
AVONDALE 2/1 $795 10min. to NAS Jax.
944SF, HW Floors, 1 Car Gar conv. to shops, down-
Fenced, WD Hookup, ch&a town & interstates.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540 $1300mo. 904-476-1056


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4/2, split plan, Ig yd on
small lake, pets ok,
great Ioc $1200- e- clp.
912-8B2-9485
Lakeshore 3/1 $795 ch&a
WD Hookup, Fam Rm, Fence,
Range, Fridge, Cpt, 13005qFt.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
LAKESHORE 3/1 $750
Fenced Bkyd, Garage, WD Hu
ch&a, 1200SF, Kitchen Equip.
VANSANDT RE 3893540
Lakeshore 3/1 $675
10BOSF, ch&a, WD Hookup.
Carpet, Fenced Bk, Kit Equip
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
Lakeshore waterfront
3/2.5 Ten min. to NAS
JAX beautiful remod.
home on peaceful lot.
Updated kit & bath. w/d
Inct'd. $1600. unfurn,
$1900. turn. 904-476-1056
& Mandarin
2 Story 4/2.5 Home
3,000sf, semi-fur-
nished, $1600/m,
Call 338-1264
A Mandarin-3/2, Best
schools, near NAS
Jax. 295/95, appl-
ances furnished,
W/D included, huge
backyard, deposit,
bkrnd/credit required.
$1190/m. 904-349-8664
Mandarin- Beautiful 3/2.5
swimming pool, iacuzzi,
huge yrd, 2 story, 2 car.
$1650mo 954-260-1559

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NORTHSIDE 9073 11th
Ave. off Lem Turner,
remod 3/1 $845m$300dep
No Hud. Steve 647-4962
Northslde Rent to Own;
3/1 fenc yd, scrn rm, car
port, washer hkup, $800
mo+$800dep 904-465-2165
Oakleaf Plantation
PEBBLE CREEK 3/2,
1300sf $1150. CANNONS
PT- 4/2, 1750sf $1300 & 4/2,
2400SF $1400 Avail August
Mayport - 10 min to base,
3/2 condo w/gar $1100 or
2/2.5 condo w/free cable/
internet $1045 No pets.
Realty Exec. Ponte
Vedra 904-249-7676 press 2
ORANGE PK 2br Heat &
AC, quiet area, near St.
Johns college, no pets,
$675+dep. ALSO MH for
rent. Call 272-1826
ORANGE PARK
4/2 2300SF, Orange Pork
South Subdiv located in
a quiet culIdesac, great
for kids. FR, LR, DR.
$900mo+$950dep. Call


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ORANGE PARK RTO
new 4/3 in Eagle Landing,
$1950mo. Call
352-201-0658
ORANGE PARK 4/2, Rid-
geview Schools, quiet
neighborhood, fenced,
$1075mo 904-272-2541
ORANGE PARK- 3/2,2
car garage, fen back
yard covered patio,
completely equipped
$1,000 month available
now 904-635-9291
ORANGE PARK 4/2,
2cgar, 1920sf, remod &
updated, fenced, 10x16
shop, $1375m. 904-626-4125
ORANGE PARK, 2000sf,
3/2, 2car gar. Avail now,
new apple, $1200m,
1st/last/S$500 sec. 264-3106.
ORANGE PK 3/2, brick,
dbl car gar, conv to NAS
Jax, no pets, $1200mo.

ORANGE PARK. c.
' mi:., .5 no .5
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ORANGE PARK
o, a : l i , ,r . .r2 : r ,,4 ,,
oCall 472-3144
ORTEGA 4/3 $1495
1924sqft/ch&a/w&d hu
Wkshp/ fenced/FP
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
SOUTHSIDE off Beach
Blvd. 3343 Eve Dr. 3/2,
FMR, DR, kit, den, pool,
$157K or rent $1350m+dp.
904-374-8891 No pets.
SOUTHSIDE -completely
remod 3/2, So$11mo,
$1000dep, Southside Blvd/
Beach. 509-9071 Tim
SOUTHSIDE 3br/lba, fpl,
fen'd yrd, $900/mo+ $750
sec dep.; pets ok w/addi-
tional dep. 904-303-2552
WESTSIDE
3br/2ba, fenced yard
$850/mo + sec dep.
Ph. 904-619-1599
WESTSIDE
Nice 3br/2ba, den, CH/A,
fenced, ceramic tile,
$895/mo. Call 287-1756
WESTSIDE
3936 Hunters Lake Cir.
3br/2ba, no pets
$1050mo. 904-772-8070



MIDDLEBURG 2/2 on 1
ac., no pets, W/D hkup ,
new shed. Must See!
$700 me. 449-4320/406-0666
Westside 3/2 nHuge Property
ch&a, WD Hu, $795/month.
4 Car Carport, Very Secluded
VANSANDT RE 389.3540

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$139 7 DAY STAY 725-5093
MANDARIN
From $90 Per Week, All
Util cities Included, AC.
CaLL NOW -t4--670,
NORTHSIDE
From $90 Per Week, All
Util Ities Included, AC.
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ORANGE PARK- J
Room for Rent
480.00 month, fur-
nished, includes
elec., water, cable,
washer/dryer use.
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Dry Cleaners Drop Off
Location for sale. Great
location. (904) 525-3888


HUGE RETURNS
Own your own business
Land, Gas and C-Store
$349,900. Seller Financing
Avail. Great opportunity
for operator 954-856-4825
or 877-818-2274


LAWN MAINT. Accounts
for sale, Orange park
r..-ith s.-a ecto --


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Janitorial Services
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* Positions Wanied




SPORTING GOODS
RETAIL - Cheerleading,
dance and gymnastics
apparel and inventory
+ misc displays, estab-
lished website, 451-0605
M.D.'S - Start your
practice today! No money
up-front. Office can be
rented or work for a
established 28yr Physical
Healthcare practice.
Westside on Blanding nr
Cedar Hills shopping ctr
Call 778-7963 or 923-0968.
SUB SHOP $75k, Conve-
nience Store $75K, Dry
Cleaners $180.
Exit Realty 755-1699




REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class June 25
8 Week Eve Class Aug 20
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269-2555
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is seeking an enthusias-
tic team player for
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munications skills a
must . M-TH. Call
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Live-in Lady
Needed on Social
Security Drive,
lightly housekeeping,
exchange free room,
salary. Background
check. 294-3889

emliveryDrl. vr.


w/ warehouse duties.
Entry level, $8hr.
Apply in person at
The Parts House 10321
Fortune Parkway, BIdg
400. Drug Free wkpic
FLAT BED/ REEFERS
Class A CDL, reg & OTR
$700 / $1200UP. lyr min
OTR exp. Hth ins. Home
most wknds. 813-267-1811




LOAN OFFICERS - Min
2yrs loan exp. Competi-
tive comm. benefits.
Access to FHA loans.
Resumes to: msamuels@
cambridgeiax.com




TICO/Terminal
Services has
openings for:
Mechanics
No Certificallon Read

Class "A" Driver
Clean Driving Record
Req'd
Service Techs
Entry Level
EXP. WELDER
EKC pay & be-netilt oo0ied
on skills & eYP Crimi
not chk & drug scrn
read. Apply in person
1014)0 bIount Island, Jax
or call 904-151-6631.




A/C SERVICE
MECHANIC
Orange Park, small co.
good pay. 272-2704
CARPENTERS &
HELPERS NEEDED.
Resid'l. Tools & transp
req'd. Call 904-591-7547
SHEET METAL
FABRICATORS &
MECHANICS w/exp.
Competitive pay & bnfts.
S & S Metals & Plastics
Inc. Call 731.4655
Lafarge - Cement
Terminal
Terminal Attendant
$16/hr & excellent
benefits.
Maintain and monitor
terminal equip, load
rail/trucks, and unload
barge/ships. Must be
computer literate,
dependable, mechani-
cally inclined. HS
diploma or GED
required. Tech cert pre-
ferred. Some night and
weekend work. If inter-
ested fax resume NO
LATER THAN JUNE 18
to: 904-353-6008 or e-mail
to ken.Iloyd@lofarge-no.com
Lafarge is an equal
opportunity employer
M/F/IDN

NOW HIRING
Foreman & Service Techs
4yrs exp. a must.
Waterlink Irrigation.
Call 3pm.6pm 509-2232




SECURITY OFFICERS
I mediate Openings
class D. lic. read
PT Available
CALL NOW
744-1900 x 1
JAGUAR SECURITY




MANAGER OF
SPECIAL EVENTS &
FACILITIES RENTAL
Museum of Contempo-
rory Art Jacksonville.
Previous event planning
& catering sales exp.
req'd. FT w/benefits.
Salary range: $28K-$34K
annual. Fax resume to
904-366-6901 or email to
hsams@mocoiacksonville.org,
Attn: Heather Sams
PROGRAM MANAGER-
for growing Maritime
company needed with
BS in management or
engineering & USCG
Chief Engineer limited.
Both with minimum 10
years experience to
support government
contract on Kings Bay.
fax resu me to
850-452-2325



STORE MANAGER/
AUTO MECHANICS
for Auto Repair Shop
Must have own tools. ASE
exp. a plus. Great bnfits.
Call Tim 904-537-7747




ADMINISTRATIVE
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Hi level professional with
strong customer service &
Admin skills. Good pay +
'benefits. Fax resume to
260-9118




FLA LICENSED
- COMMUNITY
ASSOCIATION
MANAGER
-Fax resume 904-269-2729




DANCERS NEEDED
$$100$$
PAID DAILY
Passion 641-5033
DANCERS DANCERS
$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
, Wackos 399-1110
DANCERSDOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 7577370

DANCERS NEEDED
PARADISE ISLAND
Call 998-3111


Dishwasher/Prep person
for Timuquana Country
Club. Flex. hrs. Apply In
person Tues-Fri. oAter 2p.
-102BTimuquana Rd
DFWP/EOE
DJ, DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
641.5033
Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 3991110



DRIVER- Car carrier
truck driver, Immed
opening class A CDL,
min 2 yrs exp clean
MVR, pass drug test
$750-$1,000 wk 525-1552
DRIVER WANTED
NEED MONEY FAST???
Drive Yellow Cab.
Make as much as you
needle Must have good
background.493-5250 dfW



TRANSPORTATION, INC.
Looking for Professional
Flatbed Drivers.
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exp. L. Ins. 379-56
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ChA Child Care
oT opening ages 2-4,
w for more Info call.
779-9548 or visit
www/littlebizzybeezday-
care.com. License
#F04Du0412, Mrs. Brando



Crowfoot, Patchwork, old
ceilings, refinished
smooth ceiling.
Popcorn Removal Lic.
Free Est 786-9280
Thompson Drywall



AVON
Chorlotte Stegall 005-4127
Independent Sales Rep
START YOUR OWN BUSINESS!
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www.YourAvon.com/cstegall
10% Off To Military & Seniors.






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10% Off to Military & Seniors.



All Professional Painting &.
Waterproofing Services Int
& ext. reside & come; Ic &
ins, 28 yrs exp, refs, FREE
estimates - Quality work
10% Off all lobs 904-7086-9827
" JUNE SPECIAL"
iRm, ceiling walls & trim
, $75.00
626-4686



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







AC, Heating, Riel
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/Office

Clothes
Collectables
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
Fruits/Vegetables
Rimitum/Household




Machinery and
Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous
Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods

Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade




tlDR SUITE, 9pc, rg.
fInish, good cond. $850,






Attachments plus bogs
$22. 268-2482.


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EFMARK Premium Armored / Bantek
EFMARK/Bantek ATM Service Company is one of
the ATM industry's leading providers of ATMs
and ATM service. Visit our Web site at
www.Pendum.com for a complete listing of career
opportunities.

Armored Driver / Messenger
We currently have openings for ATM Armored
Drivers/ Messengers in our Jacksonville, Florida
location.
Position requirements include:
- Minimum 21 years old
-Current or ability to obtain Guard Card
(D) and Firearms Permit (G) required
- Push, pull or lift at least 301bs repeatedly
- Valid Drivers License
- Ability to pass an extensive background
check including criminal
- ATM/Security experience a plus:
SIGN ON BONUS AVAILABLE!!
FOR EXPERIENCED
ATM Messengers and Drivers

Coinstar Driver/Technician
We currently have full time Coinstar Drive
openings in our Jacksonville, Florida location.
Position requirements include:
- Possess a valid motor vehicle operator's
license preferably in a route or delivery
setting, CDL a plus
Ability to repeatedly push and pull coin
bins weighing up to 600 Ibs with
specially designed hand carts.
- Ability to pass an extensive background
check including criminal and driving record
At EFMARK/Bantek we offer a competitive wage,
paid training, and uniforms as well as a compre-
hensive benefits package.
For immediate consideration,
please submit your resume online at
http://www.pendum.com/careeropportunltles.php


m Gas Range, Ken-
S t more burner.
S White. Good Condi-
Iat i o n . C a ll
912-729-1815. $150 OBO.
GE Top
Freezer/Refrigera-
S tor, Standard Size,
white, good cond,
used as extra fridge,
call 553-0056, $60 OBO
Kenmore Washer
and Dryer- Both
large capacity,
good condition. $25
for each, call 553-0056 or
772-7031
SRefrigerator 20.5
cu. ft. Almond side
by side Ice and
water In door 2 1/2
old over $1400. New $495.
More Into. 904-282-1272
Side by Side
Refrigerator/
Freezer Whirlpool.
Water and Ice Dis-
penser. Call 912-729-1815
$300 OBO.
Washer & Dryer
Full Size. Whirl-
pool. White. Good
Condition. $250.
269-7224 or 505-6458.
Washer & Dryer
Kenmore Stockable.
Very Good Shape.
$450. Can Deliver.
994-0100
4, Washer & Dryer
Great Shape, $280,
Can Deliver Call
994-0104
SWasher i Dryer
IKsenmo.re .r,, r
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rie, u.-u , * e oir, i.


WASHER &
DRYER
Used. Good CondIlion
Washer Is a
Kenmore
Dryer is a
GE.

$100 for both!
Call 904-673-0933

Washer and Dryer Super

',*Ao ~ner o,-.a or .,r
e, 1/ , ,. r:a n. r - :.:
Q n .., fm .., , .rc- .:.'r.
Call Rosie 370-0442, any-
time.
White Gas Range
Never used, $350.
LLeave msg at
~'292-2239



SGirls Clothes, New-
born-2T. Most still
t| look brand new.
all. Please call Crystal
982-7342



COMPLETE GOOSE
EGG INVENTORY. 400
to sell. Only interested
un eggs. 100rea4dy
in complete inventory
please call 386-684-4516



27' Panasonic TV,
$100. 912-322-9426

Works Great, exc
Condition, $50.
386-8154
H.D. TV-42", w/sound
sys, stand, cost $2300,
$1095 6mo old, 4yr svc,
993-8000
, Sony and Apex 27"
/ Color TV's $75 each.
Lb Call 249-1666



ESTATE SALE -10421
Biscayne Blvd. turn, kit
items, misc. Fri 6/15, Sat
6/16 9am-2pm.



ARMOIRE King Bed, 2
night stands $979 new in
Boxes. 391-0015.Can dellv
4 Banquet Table Oak
with Ten chairs!
L Four leaves store
inside, Cash and
carry, great condition.
$1650.00.
Phone-912-729-7307
BED A Baby Boomers
Memory foam set. New,
10 yr warr $384. 858-9350
BED A Bachelors r
Deal! Qn set, new
in plastic 398-5200 T
BED- A Back Problem?
Memory Foam Sets from
$399 Call 904-674-0405
BED A Bane Up Pricel
Pillowtop Sets Brand New
Queen $135 King $275
Can Deliver. 904-674-0405
BED A Full Set $129 Twin
matt $59 new w/ warr in
plastic 391-0015 Can de.l
BED -back problem? Qn
sz, w/ temp., cost $1750,
$525, 4mos old, 993-8000
BEDROOM Set Cherry 6
pc, new, still in boxes
$499. CAN DEL. 398-5200
SDiningset for 6
Exc Condition, $500
Kitchen Set, $200
loveseat, $100 Call
(912)322-9426
Signing Table w/4
Chairs- $150. LR
S Sofa, two chairs
$250 or Sell Sepa-
rately. Call 771-0470 or
434-1952
SDresser, oak and
antique. $450 and
wash stand $400.
SExcellent condition,
reproduction hardware,
cash and carry.
912-729-7307
S Entertainment
Center-
4, Solid Wood, Cherry
SStain. 2 Surge
strips, holds 37" TV, 5
shelves, 2 drawers, 2
disk storage drawers,
$750. 904-378-9222
4 Florida Room Set:
sofa, swivel rocker
and ottoman, end
tables and coffee
table, great condition
$900. Green oversized
Recliner w/massager
$75.00, wicker rocker
with ottoman. $50.00.
Call 904-992-6893


Ford F-350 XLT '99
Sspd, V-10, 4wd,
\.|/ Pwr everything,
Custom bed, 102k
ml, $11,000 Call
352-235-6143
FULLY FURNISH
APARTMENT $999
Desks 30x60 O
m $149,99 ? --.
rt Files $99.99 ..L .
S Artwork $9.99
S DVD Players
. 5$29.99
( (go Queen Bed
Bedroom Set
$299.99
(904) 396-9000
CORT CLEARANCE CENTER
, King Size Mattress
S& Box Springs
Simmons
Beautyrest Firm, 20
months old. Perfect
condition. $100 OBO.
Call Brad 729-1225
Livingroom Set-
Ethan Allen Sleeper
Couch, country
style, including two
chairs, $275. 885-2911
LR SET, 6 chrs, 2 fir
lamps, reg. price $3000,
asking $699. 645-5666
MATTRESS A King Size
matt $165. PT Set $249,
new In plastic. 398-5200
MATTRESS King Size
New, Still in Plastic, $185
Must sell 904-674-0405



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F SOFA- very nice

c selling $250. CaU
292-9130 8



3-FAMILY MOVING
SALE June 16 & 23rd,
08:00-16:00 at 707 East
Lawnwood Ave.
Kingslond, GA.
Everything Must Sell
4, Arlington Area-
TVs, DVDs, cloth-
ing, & more. 8057
Charmont Dr. South
Raymur Villas Complex.
904-651-3299
MANDARIN -11950 Mar-
ban Meadows Dr. (off
Marbon Rd) Sat 8-2,

NORTHSIDE
Huge 3 Family Gar. Sale
Friday and Saturday
Ftuniture, antiques,
clothing & more
13970 Fish Eagle Dr. E.
Eagles Hammock
off Yellowbluff Road
Orange Park - Moose
Haven- 1701 Park Ave.
Fri. 6/15 only 8Bam-pm.
Lots of furniture, wheels
chairs, etc. Use 2nd
Park Ave. entrance only
- follow signs !
Southside HUGE SALE
Sat. 7A-2P 8214 Cutter PI
Secret Cove stove, dish-
washer, cabinets, furn,
wire shelving, nice
knick- nacks & much
morel Call 904-448-8054.
WESTSIDE
6782 Tortosa Ct.
Sot-Sun 9o-6p
S WESTSIDE-
Refrigerator
I (Whirlpool), Com-
puter Monitors,
sony audio/video control
center, printer and
more. Must Sell. 8358
Selling Dr. S. 32244
9AM-2PMSaturdays
772-7795 or 803-6617
A Yard Sale: 2 Fam-
ily Sale, entertain-
[ ment center, crib,
TVs, Housewares,
June 16th 8-12. 8251
Hamden Cir E. 612-8588
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Placel
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



Craftsman Lawn
S Tractor 20 HPIC
oElectric Start, 6spd,
Needs ignition
switch, new in 1992, has
extras. $,00 OBO
910-0250



ENGAGEMENT RING
-appr over $Ilk, 1.25
round, gold band, Sacri-
fice at $8500 abo 891-3949
A Tissot Gold Watch
Sin Box- All Paper-
1b work, 1 time ask-
ing $100. Call John
904-612-9998



Aquarium-40 gal
hexagon w/wood
Stand, Pump, filter
extras, $275 for all,
call for details 534-2571
4, Bowflex Ultimate
Home Gym -90+
exercises, Includes
oat tower, leg
attachment 310 Ibs of
resistance. Excellent
condition, $550. 880-7008
A Broan 30-Inch range
hood $30, 36-Inch
square, glass-top
beveled glass cof-
fee table $25, 52-Inch
Ceiling Fans $15.
269-1478


Couch. Fairly New!
Tan, great shape.
lio paid $700, selling
or $300. Treadmill.
Folds up. $50. 292-9130
SEncyclopedia World
Book, also childd-
craft education edi-
tion and series clas-
sic. Only $350. Call
264-1506
, Extension Ladders
38 and 40 ft. $125
each. Call 264-1506.
, Firewood Fill
Pickup Truck. Call
S 264-1506. Only $50.
Fleming Island,
Orange Park.
Intex 48" Pool lad-
der NIB $25.00,
d Inex 15" pool cover
NIB $20.00
Call 278-0118
4, Intex Krystal Clear
Pool filter and
pump model 635
NIB minus owners
manual, $25.00. Call
278-0118
Means Chief Uni-

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268 ?J�6
MISCELLANEOUS

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4 Polio Table ,-r.,..'
R ,.cr T . : i.-..: -
iI, . m ] f, Ei r.r.,.' .. i ,: a 'n I rh,

S Riding rlbOer --
I Trailer iIllu
TrI._,l, I, :I" :.N
and Reels-$50
Honda Riding Lawn-
mower-S500. 6'x12' dual
axle trailer $1000.
904-272-7352


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denza, Make Ofrer

7453 Greenway Dr.
904-566-7338
SX-Box Games-14
S games, all work
4/5/06, Tiger Woods
Maden '05, ESPN
'05, DGrkewa ll for
$120. 534-2571
X-Box Game5-14






BASS iLAYER -looking
band expe renced, depe
Mndabe voen '05, Pndha
912258-123074
Hfor new or or en
band experienced, depe
ndable vocals, and have
my own eqp. Call Bill at

$500. Walnut Finish.
Call 904-757-4187
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141







PO OLTABLE -Li







-u
Bowflex Ultimate
SGym-With Leg
attachment, New,
Must See, $1400.
Call Terry 673-8422
4 ,l Dive Gear-Com-
plete Set, Seaquest
Regulator, Beuchat
Knife, Dive lights, two
tanks. 2900. Call Terry
673-8422
POOL TABLE -Leisure
Bay eft wood finish, Ithr
pockets, 3/4" slate, exc
cond, incIds all accesso-
ries $990 230-7395
4 STAND-UP-Tony
Boselli Cardboard
Stand-up. Life size.
Color. Perfect for
your jaguar room.
Excellent condition. $75.
268-2482
SToolbox for small
truck-Aluminum,
S lockable sliding
tray, gray color,
$100. Call Dan 221-5912.
or cell 568-4813
4 Wetsuit for Diving
3x, Henderson
Hyper Stretch,
Used 2 times. Pur-
chased new-$100. Call
Dan 221-5912 or cell
568-4813



Pepsi 400 Daytona Race
Tickets Nextel Cup,
Busch Series, and Rolex
Sports Cars. Call Mike
269-0459
















Good ome -Vdcc-
om, 2 Free Female
" noted, Both 3 yin
(912)674-8438
American Bluenose Pit
Bulls UKC ADBA 6me
3/F so$500ea 904-226-2907
Australian Shepherd Pups
CKC, S/W H/C, $250+.
912-537-8199 / 912-293-3663
BEAGLES TO WESTIES
SBig Puppy Sale
S399 - UP
LObraoago,.31i Fsleeaa Ou,
Ch2 - F.m Cre,,i
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Border Collie Puppies.
P -,lill?,a " .. " .i I,^,i:. r

Boykin Spaniels cn r,-
nln roltedd Bjot.l:r 18
o tld ti''I, pr cain Chil
Poms $250ea 912-632-1777


Cockapoo CKC lyr very
friendly, shots, neut., M
beige, $400. 904- 860-0105
Cockatoo, handed baby
Goffin 904-940-0659 www.
freewebs.com/goffinbaby
DACHSHUNDS MINI's
2F/1M. Doples, $200.
904-874-7915
DOBERMAN -AKC,
blue/ruslt, 7M, 3F, $700.
Avail 7/1 912-270-0078
ENGLISH BULLDOG
Pups Champ Bid UGA
HC, SHOTS 904-591-5990
FISH TANK- 125
gallon cherry wood,
you must see to
believe, call Kim
904-778-2464
GERMAN SHEPHERD
Pups, AKC, 1M/4F, born
3/12. $400. 904-613-8724
GERMAN SHEPARD
AKC HIP cert, wormed
& 1st shots, 912-882-2204
or 912-222-4488
Jack Russells reg chipped
352-595-4072
www.butterballform.com


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVI.L.E, Thursday, June 14, 2007 21


Midwest Exercise
Pen Twelve 24x42h
panels w/built In
door. Folds flat,
great for puppies! $35
276-0426 OP

Pembroke Welch Corgi
Pup - AKC, F/$450,
M/$350 Cash. 912-739-7945
wayneltolbert@bellsouth.net

POMS $500UP. PEK-A-
Poo wht $400. CKC M/F
Ready Now 904-282-6052
POODLES, Toy $500,
Yorkie $850 Min Pin
$400. Males 904-368-0191
PUG M/9wk AKC; Also
Puggle pups M/F very
cute, S/W. 912-462.7835

SHELTIE PUPS.
BORN 4/8/07. AKC.
Call 904-230-7275
Wire Training Crate
-Dogs up to 40lbs
Plastic pan, 36"
S $15. 276-0426 OP


YORKIE AKC, all shots,
male, 5 mo old, crate
trained, very energetic.
$400. Call 904-744-8154

YORKIE PUPS AKC 3/M
small, vet ck, s/w $750.
904-751-0044, cell 626-8727
YORKIES- Chihuahua,
Maltese, Doberman,
Pekes, Toy Poodle,
more 710-7645






YORKIES - MINI
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904.705-2390


Ranch Gilding Appaloosa,
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roping, very athletic
beautiful horse. S3500.
386-931-0928


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& 16 FT. Carolin
Skiff 1996 w/ tralle
25 hspr. Mercur
motorlife locket
included, $2100. onlin
phOtOs avallabi
904-491-0292. (Yulee)

17' Searay 199
Bowrlder, 10
Horsepower, mei
cury outboard run
great, new upholster)
All accessories. $360
OBO. 912-576-9698. Glen

Bass Boat, 1977-85HP
motor with trolling
motor. All works.
Includes depth/fish
finder and more. $1,000
(912)510-9001


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22CC 2007
'YAMAHA 150
4 stroke,

only 30 hour oni

GP$ 498 f 1o00 On
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A 24FT. Pontoo
Boat, dual ax/e gal
I tnl. $3500 OBO Ca
912-728-1879

29' CHAPPERALL -'8(
twin 454's, exc cone
$22k 904-497-9201

33' Chris Craft '87 sleeps
T/454's, gas w/ diesel ge
5.5 KW. 219-6560 see at
www.mychriscraft.741.con

35' Bayliner 1996.
Motoryacht. 2/454's
7KWGen, New
SBottom Paint. A/C
Canvas. Low Hours.
339-2407.
msalwa@hotmail.com

NITRO 700LX '00
Bass Boat
115HP Mercury
engine, metallic
blue, selling due to PC!
Call Jason 521-2705

4 Sea Eagle 8 Inflat
able Boat w/Acces
S sores 9 1/2 foot 3
person capacity,
new electric motor +
extras, John 904-612-999

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new int. $6K obo 521-38f
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Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sole!
Alachua (386) 4623039
1-800-541-6439

Damon Daybreak
1997, 30 ft. 454
engine, wide bods
recreational
vehicle, excellent condo
tion. 38K miles, no pet
no smoking, queensize
bed, $21,000 282-9745,
Middleburg, Florida.

SFleetwood Prowli
'92, 24ft-Very Goo
Condition, Great f
Camping, Huntin
Asking $5000. 289-4307
571-0459

FORD RANGER Camp(
Topper '93 & on. Rack
brake light $400. 564-934

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700 2004, loaded,
less than 70 hour.
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A 65SX- R100 2006 Runs Excellent,
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Room condition, 2700 $11,000 OBO
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offer includes 2 helmets,
2 jackets, 1 pair of ^MW31,NA
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Equipped, $31,890
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Jet 3 Ultra, very LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE
good condition, new
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and runs great. Call 7\ BMW 325i'05
786-4591 $450. v- Leather, CD, fully
equipped, 26K mi.
HARLEY-DAVIDSON $24,880 998-0012
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Numerous upgrades,
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call today 904-635-8507 VC Blue, tan, auto-
matic, like new
HONDA VALKYRE 1999 $32,880
adult owned & maint., LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
new tires, 16kmi, great 998-0012
condition, many extras.
Asking $7200. 904-317-9292 BMW 528i '98
or 904-742-1377W sWhite, Ithr interior,
Kawasaki Ninia 98 roof CD, Cassette,
2x6R, New Chain, $8,000904-505-7078
Tires, Very Fast, 000904-505-7078
Wrecked, $3,880 BUICK LESABRE LTD '00
(912)576-4438 or 322-1953 Rainsensor, light sensor,
self leveling shocks,
Passenger Seat for heated mirrors, many
a Fo SHDal extras. $5200 904-616-5775
with offer, Jan
904-612-9998 BUICK ULTRA '04Ready
-____________ for the street. Priced to
O sell at $13995. 389-7700
NOT RUNNING- CADILLAC DEVILLE 00
NEEDS POINTS. DHS Lthr, loaded, night
CALL FOR vision. $12,975. 674-4444
DETAILS. $300 CADILLAC DEVILLE '02
FIRM CALL 260-6761 White; loaded. 32,900 ml,
OR 316-4229 clean. $15,975. 699-9669
YAMAHA TTR90E l t
2006 dirtbike ,
excellent condition. a
low hours, great
bike for kids, $1300 OBO t "
Call 553-0056 or 772-70 31
YAMAHA TT125L Styxx would like to
2003 dirtbike, great invite all friend
taned. e$1400 onBO andcustomersto
Call 553-0056 or 772-7031 stop byi or call
4 Yamaha V-Star '03
Lots of Extras, Cus- Bring In this ad for
S toam Paint Fairing, exr an l
One of a Kind, Only exra savings
4700 Miles 904-612-9998 Military and First
---------Time Buyers
A YAMAHA Y2450F W ecaml eloe
dirtbike, new tires, we comel
Great shape,
$2600 OBO I Want to be treated I
Call 553-0056 or 772-7031 like family, come to
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CHEVROLET
I 1550 CASSAT AVE |
S17" Chrome Wheels 891-3898


Brown, 904-220-5755 or
904-608- 4070 f -
Leather Black
Seats-Exc Cand,
asking $120 OBO.
Call 291.2388, 994-4687, - -
994-4682
Chevy Avalanche
S Engine Stand- 2006, V8, Onstar
4 Heavy Duty Engine XM, all power
Build, 360 degree leather towing 21 K
rotation, $55. Call miles, $42K
264-6364 Rosle 370-0442
, Set of four Motegi b Chevy Avalanche
Racing Alloy Rims 2006. VS. Onstar.
16" x 7", four lug, XM. All power.
Great condition. Leather. Towing.
$120.00 Call Paul 620-9387 21K miles. $42K. Rosie
370-0442

A i CHEVY CAVALIER '03
MPerfect fit for any bud-
get or first time buyer.
Only $6,495!! 389-7700
NISSAN HARD BODY '95 Chevy Colorado
Pickup 43K miles 5spd, Chevy Colo rw, ke
$2500 cash 904-924-8168 ewss, 14K miles Call
SFallon 246-1456
mm l CHEVY COR-
VETTE '01
(7\ ACURA RSX '06 Silver/Gray, 6Spd,
SLeather, sunroof, Like New, Head Up Dis-
CD. $16,980 play, $23,980
998-0012 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA TL '01. Leather, CHRYSLER 300 '06 The
Moonroof, Loaded, 60K Working Man's Bentleyl!
miles. $12,975. 674-4444 Only $369/mo. 389-7700


A Chevy S-10 Pickup
1996, 6 cynd, 5
speed, 4 W. drive,
new AC, 119K tow
package extended cabin,
asking 4,300.
Home-291-2388 or
Cell-994-4687
C_ CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER CONV
'05. Only 20,000
miles. $13,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER 300C
'06. Leather, CD,
sunroof, navigation.
AWD. Only $25,990
998-0012
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Corvette 1979 runs
great, looks great,
many new parts,
serious only, T-tops.
Call for more info.
$10,700.00 OBO 534-2571
FORD F -150 XL
1999, long bed with
Stool box. 190K $3800.
Excellent condition.
Tel: 338-1264
Ford F-150 1993
XLT, dual tanks,
cold AC runs excel-
lent 160K miles.
Asking $3,000 OBO. Call
338-8529
FORD F-15 Super-
cab STX, 4X4 05',
V Dark stone pre-
mium sound, $20,000
904-718-1644
FORD FOCUS '06
8270 miles, best value
around $99.down gets you
driving! Call 389-7700
FORD FOCUS '00, 4dr,
cold AC, real clean,
42mpg, $4190. 226-4870
FORD MUSTANG GT '06
Slick and quick... Won't
last! Only $20,499 389-7700
Ford Ranger 1996, 4
cyl. 4 speed, runs
great, 4 inch lift kit,
I130K miles, good
tires, call 338-8529
� FORD TAURUS
SEL '06. Lthr, CD,
sunrf, 19K. $11,990
998-0012
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4A GLS Beelle '03
Si, .er v. iri ioC'
loPn Leg pckr In,
r68K mler. iCTir
Caontlerlla Gooa
Conailion 9.51 d 0 Oi
G ONC YukAn 2C00
Sl EL oer le lhar,
hilra row sealing
lowing package,
68Kes, m 3Chr0s
67.91J i i S20K
HD FATBOY '07 L.s o99
LEXUS' 1KSO15m. 1NVIL00
Cal , 04 9 a13..8,1 2.' 3'70.

f HONDA ACCORD
'07 EXL V6, Char-
coal/Gray, Heated
Seats, $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SHONDA ACCORD
SEX COUPE '04
Spoiler, SR. $14,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f HONDA CIVIC
HYBRID '06. Nov.,
CD, equip $19,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y HONDA CIVIC '05
9 Coupe. 34,000 miles.
White/tan. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HYUNDAI XG350 '04
Chrome rims, sunroof
loaded! I Only $199/mo.
Call 389-7700
( INFINITI FX 35 '04
EXL V6, Pearl
White/Tan, Fully
Equipped, $31,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


INFINITI Q45 '96
Touring, Pearl, metallic,
leather, loaded, 56,100ml,
$7,975. Call 674-4444
INFINITI 130 '00. Auto,
AC, Leather, Moonroof
Loaded. $6975.674-4444
y JAGUAR S-TYPE
"R" '03. CD, navi-
gation, sunrf, 20"
chrome whis. $29,780
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
d Jaguar XJ6 1994,
157K, AT Power
everything, sun
roof, new paint,
runs great. Van Plow
edition. $3500. Call
904-294-8186. Must See! l
LEXUS ES330 '04 Ride in
Style! I Priced to move at
$20,995. Call 389-7700
LINCOLN TOWN CAR-
LIMO '99 Super Strech
Loaded. $3975. 674-4444
Mazda Millenia S
'01 Loaded, Low
mileage, great con-
dition, $12,000 OBO.
Call Travis (904)378-9964
MERCEDES C230 '99
Kompressor. Black,
leather, loaded, 76Kmiles.
$11,975. Call 674-4444
A Mitsubishi Eclipse
2000 GT, 5 speed,
V6, red, black inte-
rior, 175K miles(all
highway), Great Buy!!
$3500 Call Carrie at
912-222-1319
SMITSUBISHI
Eclipse GT Coupe.
2006. Red. 30,000 mi
$18,000
819-8362
Nissan 240SX 1989,
fastback, charcoal
gray, 5 speed with
sun roof, runs good.
$1200
Call 276-0383
� NISSAN 350Z '05
Touring package,
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $25,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN ALTIMA '05 28K
miles Bank Repol Take
over pmts $289mo.389-7700


NISSAN
SENTRA
2005
1.8S Great
on Gas!
4 door
Sedan Sport
Edition 30K
By Owner
$10,995 OBO
282-7610


NISSAN SENTRA '07
11K miles, full factory
warranty $269mo. 389-7700
Pontlac Grand Prix
GT 2002, blue, 45.5K
miles, mint condi-
tion, runs excellent!
Two tone leather inte-
rior, pwr window, locks,
seats, sunroof, Bost
speaker system, key-
less entry. $11,000 OBO.

PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
'05 Need more room?
Big car, small payment -
only $289/mo. 389-7700
PONTIAC VIBE '03
34,282 mi, gas saver w/ all
the space $289mo.389-7700

A Saturn 2000 SC-1, 5
speed. 4 cyl. 72K
miles, excellent
condition, asking
$4,900. Home-291-2388,
cell-994-4687
SUZUKI AERIO '03 Great
Student Car, 51K miles
Only $369/mo. 389-7700
SUZUKI VERONA "04
Garage kept/excellent
condition, must see! Only
$6,995. Call 389-7700


TOYOTA AVALON '02
XL. Loaded, extra clean
$12,975. Call 674-4444










2003 AUDI TT
Coupe, AT. 26,000 mi
$22,900
2002 AUDI TT
Cab. Red
$22,900
2004 BMW 330Ci
Cab. Sport pack, AT,
low miles
$34,900
2005 BMW 325i
AT, white, SR
$27,900
2004 BMW 740i
Black, fact warr
$45,900
2003 BMW 540ia
Low miles
$29,900
'06 INFINITI
QX56 Loaded fact.
Warranty
$39,900

'06 CHEVY
CORVETTE '06
Cpe, Burgundy
$43,900
'05 BMW 530i '06
fact. warranty
$37,900
'06 MINI
COOPER
Loaded, only 10,000 ml
$24,900
'04 JEEP
WRANGLER
Sahara. Black
$17,900

'05 FORD
MUSTANG
Red. Only 1300 miles
$17,900
'01 TOYOTA
COROLLA S
S/R, A/T fact.
warranty
$13,900
'04 BMW 325Xi
Nav. Stick, SR.
$24,900
'05 ACURA TL
White, fact warr.
$27,900
'04 JEEP
LIBERTY
Low Miles, 4x4 Lim
$19,900
'05 MINI
COOPER
Convertible, Red
$23,900
'06 SCION XB
Black
$13,900
'06 INFINITI
G35Black, SR, auto
$26,900
'07 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER
$27,900


Brmo Prshe
Purcasefro
theony acor
Auhoized
Porsce Deler-

72-1


TOYOTA AVALON
pk'06 Limited, Fully
Equipped, $29,090
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S TOYOTA
COROLLA 2005,
AC Automatic,
power w, power
doors, spoiler, sport
package, 6 discs, sliver,
beautiful, perfect 4
condition. $12,000
Call 772-7795 or 803-6617
Toyota Corolla '05-
AC/Auto, power
doors, spoiler, sport
pkg, 6 CD, beautiful car,
perfect condition, 4 yr
extended worr. $12,000,
Will not last long
772-7795 or 803-6617
TOYOTA CAMRY
- YBRID'07. Like
new, equip $25,380
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
\g TOYOTA
30K miles. $11,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA COROLLA '05
49K miles,gas savercold


/C. $11,995/mo. 389-7700
A TOYOTA CAMRY






64Toyt Avalon 04thr
seats, mint cond. 24K
ml, $18,500. 904-608-2523


SVOLVO V40 T2004,
silver, sunroof,
leathere, all power
$1 2,000 mils, OB
O.904-434-6498
A Volvo V70 T5 2001,
loaded, sunroof, cd
VIchanger, leather,
72,000 miles, $10,500
OBO. 904-434-6498
VW Beetle '02 sport
turbo, Sspd, Ithr, sunrf,
sliver/grey 904-543-7713

(g VW BEETLE '05
S Convertible. Only
25K miles. $18,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� VW BEETLE '04
Conv. '04 GLS
Turbo CD. $19,690
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SVW BEETLE '03
Convertible, GLS.
Still under
Warranty! $17,900
OBO. Only 30k miles.
Monsoon 6-CD changer,
fuel economic! Navy
Blue color, automatic.
254-5345

VW JETTA '07 4500 miles,
take over pymts of only
$199 a month! 389-7700
a VW Passat GLS
Wagon 2004, 34,400
S miles, silver 4-c,
moon roof, under
warranty, PS ABS, AC,
$15,000 434-6498

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

IS0 DOWN
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662-0726


Trucks/Trailers
HH^A^H


� ACURA MDX '05
Navigation, CD,
sunroof, fully equip
$28,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(� BMW X3 2.5 '04
Only 28K mi $25,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


CADILLAC ESCALADE
'03. AWD, white diamond,
fully loaded, 49,800 miles.
$27,975. Call 674-4444
Chevy Colorado
Pickup '05 4 dr, AT,
It AC, 4 cylinder,
A15,000 miles, one
owner, like new, $16,000.
Ornge Park 904-272-7352
SChevy Pickup '95
V8 engine, needs
t restoration, lots of
brand new parts.
$5,500. Call 904-338-8529
Chevy S-10 Blazer '97
White, 4.3L-Vortec,
Remanuf Engine, less
than 1500 miles.
2WD/4DR, exceptional
sound system. New
tires/wheels, excellent
condition w/extras, $9500
OBO. 904-225-4870
CHEVY S-10 EXTREME
'01 BLK 4.3LTR 5 Speed
custom inside/out low
miles $50000BO. 514-8195
SCHEVY S-10. 2003
with cover. Dark
Blue. 6 cyl. 5 speed.
Good condition.
58,500 mileage. $9,000.
542-5940 X222
CHEVY S-10. 1998
Red. 82K. CD. Good
1| Tires. Great
Mechanical Condi-
tion. Clean. Very Reli-
able. $3400 OBO. 282-9581
CHEVY S-10 '03 X-Cab
LS. 4cyl, 5spd. 31,000 mi,
Clean! $8975. 674-4444
SChevy S-10 1985 V6
at 4x4 runs good,
t bedliner, $1400
OBO. Call 504-7226
A Chevy S-10 2003,
truck with cover,
4 1 dark blue, 6 cylin-
der, 5 speed truck,
good condition with
58,523 miles. $9,000.
Call 542-5990 Ext. 222
. Chevy Sllverado '04
Ext Cab, Black, 28k
miles, 5.3 liter V8.
LOADED
Smoke-free, bed cover,
Base Premium, cloth,
tow pkg, IMMACU-
LATE, $18,000, Nego-
tiable. 912-674-4892

CHEVY SUBURBAN LS
'99 4x4, V8, auto, dual AC,
3rd seat, loaded. $8975.
Call 777-9119
SChevy Tahoe '02
56k miles, Fully
Loaded, 4 in Ran-
cho 33 In tires,
DVD/CD/TV, flip down
speakers, only asking
$21k. 773-3890
CHEVY TAHOE LT '99
Dual AC, leather, Loaded
96K mi. $7975. 674-4444
C DODGE RAM 1500
HEMI Crew Cab '0S
$18,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Ford Expedition '98
Excellent Condition,
new tires, 20" rims,
In-dash TV/DVD,
flip down TV, $9,000
OBO. James
(904)608-4070
Ford Explorer XLT
'97 97k miles, Ithr
interior, new Mich-
elins, towing pkg,
fog lights, white ext,
gray int. $5,200.
904-338-4780
7 FORD Expedition
'03 fully equip, xtra
low miles. $17,770
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD F150 4X4 '06
28,000 miles, bank repo!
Take over pymts at
$349/mo. Call 389-7700
SFORD F250 Lariat
9 1 '05 Super Duty
Sunroof, CD. $36,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SFord Ranger 1992.
SV6, 5 spd., air, ps,
tLJpb, aluminum top-
per. New clutch.
Bed mats. Exceptional
condition. $2225. 268-2482
FORD RANGER '01 Xcab
XLT, V6, AT, AC, Low
Miles. $7975. 674-4444


FORD RANGER
2001 XLT Super Cab
V6. AC. Cruise Tilt
Bed Liner
AM-FM-CD. $6000 Firm.
Jean 449-4104.
SFORD Ranchero
1968, 302 Cobra
Cobra Quick Shift,
automatic, a/c, ps,
std brakes.
$6,500-F IRM.
850-432-7146
SGMC DENALI '05
PickUp. Leather,
DVD, CD, Sunroof,
Tonneau Cover, 23k mi
$29,900 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GMC ENVOY '04 -58K mi,
loaded! priced to move at
only $15,699! Call 389-7700
HONDA ELEMENT '05
31,000 miles. $99 down
gets you an SUV built to
last!!! Call 389-7700
SINFINITI FX45 '03
35,000 miles. Tech
pkg, Navi. $30,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JEEP Cherokee
Laredo 1991. AT.
Power Windows. 6
n Cyl. 4.0 liter. Tow-
ing. A/C. Alloy Wheels.
Runs Great. $2500.
744-1794.
Jeep Grand Cherokee '07
White, 4x4, 6 cyl, Looks
15kmi. $18,900 FIRM.
Call 812-639-2726 anytime.
S Jeep Grand
Cherokee '98-4x4,
41 Ithr, alloy wheels,
Upgrade everything,
needs bumper, $5000
9BO. Call 287-1905 or
534-0271

S JEEP Grand
Cherokee 1998 4X4.
VI Alloy wheels.
Leather. Every-
thing upgraded. $5000
OBO. Needs Bumper.
287-1905 or 534-0271
Jeep Wrangler '95
2.5L/4cyl, 125k'mlies,
blue w/black soft top,
good condition.
Drives/Runs good, not
abused. $5500 OBO.
(912)510-9460 or
(912)674-9460 anytime.
JEEP WRANGLER
SPORT '01 HARDTOP
Black V6 A/C 56,700 Miles.
$14,975. Call 699-9669
NI LAND ROVER
RANGE ROVER
'06. Fully Eqpt
Low Miles. $49,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Lexus RX) 350 '08 - 1 K ml.
Blue/tan, 18in wheels,
sunroof, premium pkg,
$38,600. Call 407-973-0071

P LINCOLN NAVI-
GATOR '04. Fully
equipped. $25,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
'99 White, Ithr, loaded,
low mi. $11,975. 674-4444

NISSAN FRONTIER '02.
Supercharged ! I Hard to
find! $99 down and it's
yours!! Call 389-7700
SNissan Pathfinder 5
spd, V6, Runs. $800
L, Firm 904-316-7218
7 NISSAN
PATHFINDER '06'
Like New, Fully
Equipped $20,900
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN XTERRA XE '01
Yellow, auto, A/C, Loaded
$10,975. Call 674-4444
( ) SATURN OUT-
LOOK XR '07. Only
1000 miles. $31,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

/ SCION xB '06. Only
9 15,000 mi. Like new.
$15,760 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


SCION xB '05. Auto, AC,
loaded, 37,000 miles,
$13,975. Call 674-4444

TIRES & Wheels Set of 4
Porsche Turbo Wheels
255/55/18, Sport Contact
Continental-like new
$350; Honda Element
tire & wheels 215/70/16
Wrangler-like new $200;
Michelin tires 245/65/17
LTX-like new $200;
Enkel Wheels LM1,
18"x8, 35mm off-set boat
Call 386-569-1492

TOYOTA 4 RUNNER '04
50k mi, silver, exc cond,
904-696-5614 / 205-790-8378

C7 TOYOTA
RUNNER '04
Sunroof, CD
Alloy Wheels. $18,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

7 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER '07
Leather, Cd, fully
equipped. $26,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Toyota Tundra '02
V8, Limited Access
t Cab, TRD Off Road
immaculate, $13,500
521-8661

TOYOTA TUNDRA '04
Auto, AC, LWB, 64K
miles. $9975. 674-4444

TOYOTA TACOMA
Pre-Runner '04 Double
Cab. V6, AT, AC, loaded,
43K mi. $17,975. 674-4444

Utility Trailer 4x8
Foot, lights, spare-
tire, works well.
Holds a 42" cut law
mower or 4 wheeler.
$300 OBO Call-
904-887-9042




A Chevy Conversion
Van '91
175k miles, New
engine, 125k miles,
looks good, runs great,
$2,250 OBO. 272-5050
John

A DODGE Grand
Caravan Ex Model.
t 2003. Power side
doors. Excellent
shape. 49,800 miles. Full
warranty till Oct 07.
Paul 620-9387

DODGE RAM HIGHTOP
CONV VAN '01 Loaded
59K mi. $12,975. 674-4444

SPontiac Montana*
1999, 137,000 miles
runs excellent.
$5,200 OBO, lots of
new parts, fully loaded
phone- 853-6019 or
485-0159.





S17" Ford F-150
Wheels & Tires 2006
lModel, New conti-
nental brand. Con-
tact James (904)220-5755
or (904)688-4070, $500
OBO.

24x10 Devino
Wheels on Kuhmo
vlTires-3k miles, mint
condition, asking
$2k OBO. Call 272-3482

4 Captain Soft,
Leather Seats for
1996 to 2001 Ford
Ranger excellent
condition. Asking 160.00
OBO. Home-291-2388 or
Cell-994-4687

A Mickey Thompson
ET Street tires,
brand new,
275X60X15. Asking
250.00 OBO. Contact Vic-
tor 90-379-1805


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