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Policy Change
Associate's Degree No Longer Required
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Fire Department takes over EM


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


The members of the
NAS Jax Fire De-
partment now have
a new responsibility after
taking over all emergency
medical services (EMS) for
the base June 10.
These services were under
the jurisdiction of Naval
Hospital Jacksonville, but
due to a realignment at
Commander, Navy Instal-
lations Command, all Navy
fire departments will be tak-
ing over the responsibility
of transporting emergency
patients to treatment facili-
ties by Oct. 1.
"The official transfer was
supposed to take place here
in October, but the hospi-
tal requested we take over
the services now because
their personnel are being
deployed to support the war


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS jax Assistant Fire Chief of Training Fred Lanier (left) and
NAS Jax Fire Chief Randy Hall proudly put their emblem on
the back of their "new" ambulance as Firefighter/Emergency
Medical Technician Alan Sarge (in back) measures the side
to install the "MED-I" decal. The NAS Jax Fire Department


recently took over emergency
from Naval Hospital Jax.
effort and their staff here
is needed to handle patient
care," said NAS Jax Fire
Chief Randy Hall.


medical services for the base

"We looked at the situa-
tion and decided we could
definitely do this. After
clearing everything with


our base commanding offi-
cer, we proceeded with the
transfer."
Fortunately, everything
fell into place quite eas-
ily. "I thought it was pret-
ty amazing that the entire
transfer only took six
weeks. The hospital finan-
cial personnel transferred
the funds quickly and we
were able to hire several
new full-time employees for
the transition. We had five
openings anyway and were
,able to add on another six
positions, so we are gain-
ing 11 new firefighters and
emergency medical techni-
cians (EMTs)," explained
Hall, enthusiastically.
"Everyone came together
to coordinate this effort.
We've been actually work-
ing towards taking over this
service for some time."

See EMS, Page 14


NAS Jax Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician James
Fletcher puts some shine on the station's new ambulance.


Afghanistan experiences earn


Navy master chief a Bronze Star

By Loren Barnes Alva,
NH Jacksonville Public Affairsi. I ,


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Lora Steinman of U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command
at NS Mayport, gives a presentation to other participants
in the Ombudsmen Training Class at the NAS Jax Fleet
and Family Support Center June 13. Sixteen people par-
ticipated in the class which will enable them to become
certified to teach the Ombudsmen Basic Training course.


Special ombudsmen


training class held

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor

he first regional Certify Ombudsman Trainer
(COT) class was held at NAS Jacksonville last
week in an effort to train and certify command
ombudsmen and Fleet and Family Support Center
staff to teach Ombudsman Basic Training (OBT) and
to educate new and existing command ombudsmen
on changes in the program. The class was part of
Commander, Navy Installation Command's (CNIC)
initiative to upgrade the Navy Family Ombudsmen
Program to better assist commands and families in
times of need.
"'The Navy's Ombudsmen Program has grown in size
and importance over the years. The day-to-day service
of the ombudsman to Navy families is invaluable,"
stated Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE) Regional
Ombudsmen Program Manager Dianne Parker.
In 2004, CNIC conducted a comprehensive review
and assembled a working group in San Diego to look
at the program and update the ombudsman manu-
al and training guidelines. Concurrently, the Vice
Chief of Navy Operations requested that the Naval
Inspector General conduct an in-depth review of the
Navy Family Ombudsman Program and make recom-
mendations on how the Navy could improve the pro-
gram. Due to this thorough review of the program, a
new instruction was drafted, ombudsman standard-
ized training was developed, the ombudsman manual
was updated and fleet-wide training has been imple-
mented.
In May 2007, CNIC certified 33 trainers from all

See OMBUDSMEN, Page 14


MCM Rick Wilson
was awarded the
Bronze Star by
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Commanding. Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono June 8 to rec-
ognize his distinguished
service from March 4, 2006
to Feb. 3, 2007.
Wilson, who is currently
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's
Plans, Operations and
Medical Intelligence (POMI)
Department head was
deployed to Afghanistan
serving as a non-commis-
sioned officer in charge for
the Cooperative Medical
Assistance (CMA) Team of
Joint Task Force (CJTF) 76.
Wilson was the first Navy
master chief to deploy as
an individual augmentee to
Afghanistan. His job was
to serve as the liaison offi-
cer between joint coalition
forces, several non-govern-
ment organizations and the
Afghan Ministry of Public
Health. Wilson arranged
securing resources of one
hospital and four medical
clinics.
"I was working with the
Ministry of Health, help-
ing them figure out how to
rebuild the medical infra-
structure of that country,"
Wilson said. "That infra-
structure was a clean slate."
Beyond that, as the senior
non-commissioned officer he
spent a great deal of time
helping newly arrived Navy
enlisted learn the ropes of
their assignments, orient to
their new mission and envi-
ronment while continuing
their Navy careers.
Wilson enjoys being a
boots on the ground corps-
man providing direct
patient care. What brought
him into the Navy was


Photo by HMI1(SW) Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono pins the Bronze Star
Medal on HMCM Rick Wilson June 8.


hearing a retired hospital
corpsman share his experi-
ences in Vietnam. Later an
incident that whetted his
appetite for going where
the action is was duty as a
liaison officer aboard USS
Comfort as it deployed to
New York City follow-
ing 9/11. Although most of
the Comfort's care turned
out to be supporting City
and Federal Emergency
Management Agency rescue
workers rather than vic-
tims; it confirmed his desire
to be involved in humani-
tarian missions wherever
they exist. In Afghanistan,
he came to a point that he
faced a choice between the
safer path and the one less
traveled. He had to decide
between a desk job or going
into the field to deliver
care to Afghan nationals
with the CMA team, out of
Bagram. His job would take
him "outside the wire" fre-


quently on humanitarian
missions.
That was right down
Wilson's alley. "Frankly,
I didn't go to Afghanistan
to ride a desk," he said.
"I wanted to be out doing
missions." He got his wish.
He and a team of humani-
tarian personnel went to
dozens of remote villages,
towns and cities with rudi-
mentary or no medical care
available. He described it
as similar to America's "Old
West." On missions 80 per-
cent of the time, accompa-
nied by infantry security
details and traveling by
convoy over dirt roads or
river beds, in helicopters
or by fixed wing aircraft;
Wilson's team went every-
where except the western
portion of Afghanistan.
On one road trip, the team
came under small arms and
rocket propelled grenade
fire. Several other incidents


involved improvised explo-
sive devices. Wilson's action
in these events was lauded
as "a model of calm resolve
to other team members and
the infantry troops accom-
panying them as he focused
on the success of the mis-
sion while ensuring the
safety of his troops."
Not surprising from a
man who, when asked if
he ever was truly in fear,
recounted, smiling, the har-
rowing battle landing the
plane when he flew into
Afghanistan for the first
time. "The plane dropped
almost straight down from
20,000 feet with no warn-
ing. After that, I figured I
was in for some surprises,"
he said.
Wilson described his
team. "Our team had a
veterinarian, a dentist,
an environmental health

See BRONZE STAR, Page 14


Naval Hospital clinics
will limit services during disaster drill
Naval Hospital Jacksonville will be participating in a
base-wide disaster drill Tuesday. Limited services will
be available from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. The Navy Exchange


Satellite Pharmacy, emergency room and acute care
clinic will operate normally.
Other clinics have not scheduled appointments and
r will not be offering services during that period. After
1 p.m., services will return to normal.
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TOUCHING



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4:- JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 21, 2007


Looking back in time . . .


Photo by PH2 Don Sieburg Jr.
A3D-2P Skywarrior and A-4 Skyhawk beginning refueling procedure in the 1960s.




ON THE HOMEFRONT



Medical Ball DJ proves Navy



is definitely a small world


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
So, about the disc jockey (DJ)
I promised two weeks ago to
cover, before I took a detour in
my last column to discuss the man
with Tuberculosis...
As mentioned previously, I was
the guest speaker at Naval Hospital
Pensacola's Medical Ball in May. The
Navy is an awfully small world and I
knew chances were good that I'd run
into someone I know. My fear, how-
ever, was that this familiar someone
would'be a gynecologist or a labor
and delivery nurse, someone who has
seen a little too much of me. It never
crossed my mind that the DJ might
possibly be someone who has seen me
in a Wonder Woman bathing suit.
At the ball, I was seated next to the
hospital's commanding officer (CO).
I Was telling him that my dad is a
retired F-14 pilot when he said, "the
DJ's father is also an old F-14 guy."
If the Navy is a small world, the
F-14 community is even smaller. It's
like a village. Or maybe like the Naval
Academy. Anyone who's ever flown an
F-14 most likely knows everyone else
who has.
"What's the DJ's last name?" I
asked, quite sure that I would know
it. When the CO answered, there was
a familiarity there, like the smell of
antiques at my parents' house or the
way our front door squeaks when it
opens. In fact, I knew I had seen the
DJ's last name on dozens of Christmas
cards throughout the years. It was
onre of those names that I had heard
over and over again when my par-


ents retold stories. At the moment I
couldn't recall the DJ's first name, or
even his parents' names, but the last
name was part of my family's ver-
nacular.
Way back when, "Smiley" was
one of those familiar names as well
because Dustin's dad and my dad
were in the same squadron (VF-111)
at NAS Miramar in San Diego when I
was born. Yes, I have known my hus-
band since I was a baby; our moms
were in the spouse club together. But
the Navy pulled the Smileys and my
family in different directions and
for almost a decade "Dustin" was a
just a name on the yearly Christmas
card fromthe Smileys. (Dustin and
I didn't start dating until we were in
our 20's.)
The DJ's last name was as familiar
to me as "Smiley" used to be before, it
was my name. The CO continued talk-
ing, unaware of my moment of nostal-
gia, and then I blurted out, a little too
loudly, "I know him!" The CO looked
stunned. "I mean I don't really know
him, but my parents know his par-
ents," I said.
This all happened during dinner,
and immediately afterwards, I was at
the podium giving my speech. The DJ
had no clue who I was or that we had
a connection or that the CO and I had
discussed him over baked chicken. I
was so excited, however, I forgot all
this.
Adlibbing as I spoke into the micro-
phone, at one point I said, "I grew up
in the military healthcare system. In
fact, I grew up with the DJ." I glanced
across the room and the look on the


DJ's face was one that said, "Who
the he-- is this woman and why did
she just bring everyone's attention to
me?"
I still couldn't place where I knew
the DJ (as in, which squadron our
dads shared), but I knew we had a
history. I knew he had probably seen
me in my Wonder Woman bathing
suit back when I was a kid.
As it turns out, the DJ's dad was
my dad's roommate on his first
deployment on board USS Franklin
Roosevelt. It was the same deploy-
ment during which I was born. The
.same deployment I met Dustin. The
same deployment Dustin's mom and
my mom were in the spouse club
together....with the DJ's mom.
All our parents knew each other. All
six of them.
When I called my parents on the
way home from the ball, I thought
they'd be shocked to hear my news.
I imagined (perhaps overly so) their
surprise at having three grown kids
from the same old squadron meeting
serendipitously at a medical ball, of
all things (since none of our dads were
in the medical field).
But my parents just said, "Isn't that
something! Neat!" because, yes, the
military is really and predictably that
small.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


HEY MONEYMAN!


Hey, MonevMan!
I want to invest for the
future and I have heard a
lot of discussion about regu-
lar Individual Retirement
Accounts (IRAs) and Roth
IRAs.
It seems that one is tax
deductible and the other is
not. It all seems very con-
fusing to me, but I think I
should invest in something.
Do you have any recom-
mendations?
MoneyMan Sez:
What should you do?
First of all, do something
and for the best advice, talk
to an expert. In general,
those who invest in either
the regular IRA or the Roth
IRA will normally be much
better off than those who do
not invest in either.
It is true that you will be
able to deduct contributions
from the regular IRA and
not from the Roth IRA, but
the question is, what hap-
pens when you start taking
the money out? There actu-
ally are advantages to both.
Let's say you have $4,000
to contribute to your IRA. If
you choose the regular IRA,
you will get a tax break on
your federal income taxes.
If you contribute $4,000 to
a Roth IRA and you are in
the 28 percent tax bracket,
you will need an additional


$1,556 in order to pay the
taxes on the non-deductible
account.
So in reality, you will
need $5,556 in order to con-
tribute $4,000. That is the
bad news. The good news
is that the taxes are paid
and there will be no tax on
the growth of the invest-
ment, while you will need
to pay taxes on the money
withdrawn from the regu-
lar IRA. The tax difference
could be significant.
In addition, with a Roth
IRA, you are not required
to take a distribution and
you may pass on your IRA
to your children and grand-
children, tax-free.
One other factor to con-
sider, however, is if you
took out a regular IRA and
invested the tax advantage
of $1,556 per year, in 35
years you would accumulat-
ed an additional $320,000
for your retirement. The
bottom line is that there no
"right" answer to the ques-
tion of which IRA is better
for everyone.
However, investing in one
or both of them is far better
than not investing at all.

More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


VBS registration ongoing
Registration for Vacation Bible School (VBS) at the
NAS Jax Chapel is currently ongoing for all chil-
dren ages 5-12. VBS runs July 16-20 from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. in the Religious Education Building 749. This
year's theme is "Galilee By-The-Sea." Participants will
spend their time doing arts and crafts, playing games,
learning songs and having classroom instruction. Lunch
will be provided each day.
Class sizes are limited to sign up early. A special regis-
tration event will be held Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. in
the chapel parking lot. For more information on sign-ups
or to volunteer, call 542-3051.


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SUNDAY SERVICES

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

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


SKSN(SW/SS) ERicRIVERA

, Job title/command:
NAS Jax Quarterdeck


Hometown: Orlando


Family Life: I'm married.

Past Duty Stations: USS Rhode Island
(740B)

Career Plans: To go to college and go back to
civilian life.

Most Interesting Experience: Being
stationed on board a submarine.

Words of Wisdom: Life is good.


- --,BRENNA BAGROW

Job title/command:
I . '.� Lifeguard/Recreation Aide
Outdoor Pool

Hometown: Cleveland. Tenn.

Family Life: I'm the middle
child of three and I live u ith my parents.

Past Duty Stations: Okinawa, Japan

Career Plans: I would like to work in the
criminal justice field or become a counselor. I still
have tm\o more years of high school to finish.

Most Interesting Experience: Saving a
child's life the first day I was a lifeguard here.

Words of Wisdom: Keep smiling!


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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
Staff W riter.........................................................AO1 (AW) Ron McClain
Design/Layout ............................................................. George Atchley
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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Director for Florida's Troops to Teachers (TTT) Program Ron Burton came to NAS
Jacksonville June 6 to inform Sailors and their spouses about second career opportunities
through the Troops to Teachers and Spouses to Teachers programs. During his presenta-
tion, Burton covered certification requirements, options for completing certification,
the market for teachers and funding options. For more information on this program, call
633-8285 or 542-2477.



Disaster muster tool helps Sailors,

civilians during hurricane season


By MC2 Trevor Andersen
Navy Personnel Command Communications Office

Hurricane season officially began
June 1 and the Navy has some
tools to make sure Sailors, Navy
civilians and families are accounted for in
a disaster.
The Disaster Muster Tool (DMT) pulls
muster information from multiple sourc-
es and is designed to conduct a central
accounting of the affected area, said Capt.
Hank Vitali, the Director of the Navy
Personnel Command (NPC) crisis-action
team.
'"We're not trying to change the way the
Navy conducts business. The Navy has
always had to conduct a muster," said
Vitali. "The thing that's interesting is the
fact that we are now going after our GS
(civilian employee) population and our
dependent population as well."
The DMT was developed after Hurricane
Katrina and has been used in muster exer-


cises since then, including hurricane exer-
cise and domestic-incident muster exer-
cises in fleet concentration areas. The goal
of the exercise is to quickly account for all
Navy personnel and their families, includ-
ing civilian employees, to ensure their
well-being and, if need be, plan for their
safe evacuation.
This is not a Navy-only requirement.
This is actually a Department of Defense
requirement, according to Vitali. "The
other branches of service are looking to the
Navy for advice to develop their own sys-
tems," he said.
After a disaster, commands will take
muster, however some Sailors and civilians
may become separated from their com-
mands" during the incident.
"If they get separated from their com-
mand, they always have the option of call-
ing the Customer Service Center at NPC
and reporting their status," said Vitali.
The number for the Customer Service
Center is (800) U-ASK-NPC.


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Navy to make




IA assignments




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Public Affairs
With the implementation of
NavAdmin 147/07 released June
7 removing Sailors from their
current duty assignment to fill individu-
al augmentee (IA) orders will gradually
become the exception as the Navy moves
to make most global war on terrorism
support tours part of the normal detailing
process.
"Bringing our support of the global war
on terrorism into the mainstream of our
detailing processes is the right thing to
do for our Sailors and their families,"
said Chief of Naval Personnel Adm. John
Harvey.
Phase One began in June for officers and
will begin in August for enlisted Sailors.
During this timeframe, Navy Personnel
Command will start to bring about 1,200
joint manning document driven global war
on terrorism billets into the normal detail-
ing process as they become open between
September and December 2008. These bil-
lets account for about one-third of all the
active duty IA requirements that exist
today.
Phase Two will continue this process,
adding additional billets to make a total of
about 80 percent of the IA requirements.
Phase Three will add the emergent fill bil-
lets into the process, which currently con-
sist of about 20 percent of the IA require-
ments.
Under these plans, Sailors would volun-
teer for an IA assignment at their projected


rotation date and PCS to either San Diego
or Norfolk where they will be attached
to the Expeditionary Combat Readiness
Center while they carry out their tempo-
rary duty global war on terrorism support
assignment.
"The desired end state is a Sailor assign-
ment and distribution system which
retains predictability for our Sailors and
stability for our commands, yet is agile
enough to respond to the requirements of
our combatant commanders in the global
war on terrorism," said Harvey.
According to Harvey, the current process
of selecting Sailors to fill IA billets will
continue in the short term, but as we tran-
sition into the new process, there will be
less and less requirements for commands
to pull Sailors mid-tour.
"Our existing IA process meets mission
and has matured to the point that we aver-
age nearly 60 days notice (to our Sailors),"
said Harvey. "However, it also limits Sailor
input into the process, masks unit level
manning impacts, and its unpredictability
breeds uncertainty and concern from the
fleet."
The new process is expected to improve
the predictability of global war on terror-
ism assignments, enable volunteerism,
improve manning stability at the unit level
and add detailer involvement for oversight
of professional development and career
progression.
For more information on IA assignments
or processes, go to http://www.npc.navy.
mil/CareerInfo/Augmentation/.


Spouses list top IA challenges


By MCC Teresa Frith
Navy Personnel Command
Communications


C concern for the
deployed Sailors'
safety, children's
coping issues and acting as
a "single" parent were the
top three challenges list-
ed by participants in the
Spouses of Navy Individual
Augmentees (IA) Survey
results released this
month.
"The 2006 Navy IA
Spouse Survey is the first
assessment of its kind
directed specifically at IA
spouses. We wanted to
obtain relevant informa-
tion that we could use to
develop a baseline for mea-
suring progress in meet-
ing the special needs of
IA family members," said
John McCausland, direc-
tor, Personal Readiness and
Community Support and
sponsor of the survey.
The survey was adminis-
tered by the Navy Personnel
Research, Studies and
Technology Department.
More than 1,800 spous-
es of both active duty and
Reserve service members
who were on or had recent-
ly completed an IA assign-
ment responded to the
survey. The response rate
was 37 percent, which was
higher than that obtained
in previous Navy spouse
surveys.
The survey asked respon-
dents about the most and
the least satisfying aspects
of the IA experience, where
they received -information
on military life, support
methods, financial issues,
command support, reten-
tion, ombudsman use, com-
munication methods, and
other IA-related questions.
Spouses gave high marks
to information received on
the location of the service
member, time given to read-
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and the time given before
leaving for the assignment.


They were least satisfied
with the pre-mobiliza-
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about the IA command fam-
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groups, and information
on where to go for help or
information. They identi-
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munication between the
Sailor's parent command,
IA command and families
and special IA family sup-
port groups.
"Living far from a base,
I am not aware of any ser-
vices to help families," said
one spouse when answer-
ing open-ended questions
on support issues. "I could
probably use help for stress,
but I have no idea who to
call or where to go. If you
don't live on base, you are
an outcast."
The top ways spouses
suggested to improve the
IA process were more com-
mand involvement, better
information on services
such as support groups
and/or ombudsman for IA
families, and more notice
for finalized orders and
updates.
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a number -- not a hotline or
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knows what's going on with
my husband's command in
case of emergency and he
isn't able to contact us him-
self. When that happened, I
would get worried and had
no way to contact anyone
else."
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ments.
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grams to assist them with
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Confession - it's good to unload!


By Chaplain it. oe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
During the dark days of the
Cold War an archeologi-
cal expedition headed by
Soviet scientists were given a
mummy by the Egyptian govern-
ment. They carefully prepared
it for shipping and sent it back
to the Soviet Union for further
study. Among other things, the
scientists wanted to determine
the mummy's age. But the scien-
tists were rudely pushed aside by
the notorious Soviet secret police
(KGB) who insisted, "Leave it to
us; we'll find out."
After a few days the secret
police made the astounding
announcement that the mum-
my's age was 3,402 years. "That
is amazing comrades," cried the
Soviet scientists. "How did you
ever determine it?" "That was
easy," reporteddthe secret police.
"The mummy confessed."
I know, it's a lousy joke but
there is a moral to the story. A
little confession is good for the


soul! Please, don't
get me wrong. I'm
not promoting some
sectarian form of
"confession."
I am not espousing
a ritualistic or formal
religious expression
of the practice of con-
fession.- However, if .
the formal, religious .,
form appeals to the
reader, then practice
it, and do so faithful- Chaplain L
ly by all means!
What I am promoting, is the
practice of "dumping." That is,
we all need a place to go unload.
We all need a "confessional" and a
"confessor."
All of us (chaplains included)
need a place to go and express our
deepest longings, our most pro-
found desires, our morbid guilt
and sometimes our deepest fears.


t.


This soul-purging or
mental enema (be
careful with that
one) can do much
to lighten our bur-
den and identify
Snew opportunities
to either begin again
or find new energies
for the journey.
However, this
should not be a one-
way monologue. We
Joe Molina must not just "speak
into the wind." At
the receiving end of this confes-
sional expression there must be
a receptive ear. There must be a
listener who has genuine concern
for us. A diary or a journal may
be a good place to record feelings,
experiences and thoughts. But
monologue must turn into dia-
logue.
This person (your confessor)


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


should be hand-picked by you. It
should be a person who has prov-
en their loyal friendship. He or
she should be a person who has
demonstrated maturity and wis-
dom in their speech and actions.
Your trusted friend should not be
a "yes" man/woman.
In other Words, allow that per-
son to "agree to disagree" if nec-
essary. By all means, make sure
that your "listener" has your per-
mission to offer his/her advice.
This should not be a judgmental
person. Allow your trusted friend
to freely offer an opinion and
sometimes to clearly point out to
you if what you are thinking or
doing is right or wrong.
However, don't necessar-
ily expect advice (nor demand it).
Sometimes it. is just good to have
someone "listen" to us attentively.
Being able to just speak and be
heard can be comforting. One
other thing, make sure and be
confident that your thoughts will
be guarded and kept in the strict-
est of confidence.


Associate degree requirement rescinded to advance to E8


From Naval Education and
Training Command and Master
Chief Petty Officer of the Navy
Public Affairs
R recognizing that current
operational tempo and
support for the global
war on terrorism have made
Sit challenging for some Sailors
to complete their rating-relat-
ed associate degree, Chief .of
Naval Operations (CNO) Adm.
Mike Muillen has rescinded the
requirement for chief petty offi-
cers to have their associates
degree to be eligible for advance-
ment to senior chief.
"Times have changed since we
developed the requirement two
years ago," said Mullen. "We still
view education as exceptionally
valuable for our senior enlisted
force.. But we realize that in light


of the challenges Sailors face in
today's dynamic security environ-
ment, not everyone has the same
opportunity to pursue an associ-
ate degree."
Nearly nine months of analysis
resulted in a set of statistics the
CNO and the master chief petty
officer of the Navy (MCPON)
determined too detrimental to the
career opportunities of a signifi-
cant number of chief petty offi-
cers. If the policy were to remain
in effect, 35 percent of the chiefs
eligible for advancement in fiscal
year 2011 would be at extreme
risk of not meeting the require-
ment.
"That 35 percent represented
our most sea-intensive and global
war on terrorism ratings," said
MCPON(SW/FMF) Joe Campa
Jr. "This places them at an unac-


ceptable disadvantage in compet-
ing for advancement. Now, more
than ever, it is important that
we advance our people based on
leadership and their commitment
to the success of the men and
women they lead."
This policy revision shifts the
focus from education as a require-
ment for advancement to E8, to
education as an important consid-
eration in selection for advance-
ment. According to Campa the
revision is also tied to the CNO's
endorsement of chiefs as deck-
plate leaders.
"I strongly believe this policy
revision is an indicator of where
the CNO wants us focused as a
chiefs mess - leading and devel-
oping Sailors," he said.
Campa emphasized that revis-
ing this policy should not be


viewed as the Navy backing away
from its commitment to education
and added, "The right emphasis
on education will be placed in
selection board precepts and will
remain a contributing factor in
selection for advancement. Our
commitment to education must
be measured by the access and
opportunity we provide to our
Sailors to pursue off duty edu-
cation. We must work to create
those opportunities."
The Navy has a robust system
of educational initiatives designed
to support Sailors as they pursue
their careers, including distance
learning available in multiple for-
mats almost anywhere around the
globe..
Some of the programs include:
* The Advanced Education
Voucher (AEV) program which is


designed to provide educational
assistance to senior enlisted per-
sonnel as the pursue Navy-rel-
evant baccalaureate and graduate
degrees.
* The Navy College Program
supports Sailors through Navy
College Offices, Defense Activity
for Non-Traditional Education
Support (DANTES) Examination
Program, the College Level
Examination Program, the
DANTES Subject Standardized
Tests program, tuition assis-
tance, Navy College Program
Afloat College Education and the
Navy College Program Distance
Learning Partnerships.
For additional information on
advanced education programs,
the best place to start is the local
Navy College Office or online at
https://navycollege.navy.mil.


Multicultural Awareness Fair is Aug. 23


From Staff


It's time once again to celebrate the
various cultural and ethnic diversity
which comprise the NAS Jacksonville
team. All personnel are invited to
attend the seventh annual Multicultural
Awareness Fair on Aug. 23 from 10 a.m.
- 3 p.m. at the BOQ Pavilion area.
The event will feature:
* Wide variety of cultural exhibits
* Free food samples from various cul-
tures
* Musical entertainment
* Car show with awards for custom, clas-
sic-stock
Building on the success of previous year's
fairs, all tenant commands and activities
are encouraged to join in on the celebration
by sponsoring a country or ethnic group of
their choice. Commands desiring to partici-
pate in the booth exhibits and representing
a country or culture can display historic
facts, points of interest and cultural relat-


ed items.
Booths will be comprised of tables and
tents, provided by the Multi-cultural
Awareness Committee and all other mate-
rials must be appropriated by entrants.
Entrants cannot represent the same coun-
try 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. different work centers
same command).
Prizes will be awarded for top three,
presentations. Judges will be randomly
selected from the crowd. Criteria to be
'judged will include creativity, information
displayed, overall presentation and knowl-
edge of culture by exhibit presenters.
For more information and to register, call
AT1(AW/SW) Terrence Rivers at 542-0736,
Ext. 387 or email: terrence.j.rivers@navy.
mil or EMC(SW/AW) Benjamin Farrie at
542-0736, Ext. 369 or e-mail benjamin.
farrie@navy.mil.


CREDO retreats offered at Georgia retreat center


From Staff
T he Spiritual Fitness Division
Southeast offers a variety of spir-
itual retreats for anyone holding
a Department of Defense ID card who
is over the age of 18. All transporta-
tion, programming, lodging and meals
are free. Retreats are held at the Sea
Retreat Center in St. Simons Island, Ga.
Registration is on a first come, first serve
basis by calling 270-6958. The following
retreats are coming up:
Spiritual and Personal Growth
Challenges - Aug. 16-19
This program helps people address prob-


lems and discover their personal identity.
Marriage Enrichment - Aug. 24-26, Sept. 7-9
Married couples desiring to take their
marriage to the next level or simply enjoy
being with one another may participate in
a- 48-hour retreat. Participants must be
married. Couples must provide their own
transportation.
Spiritual Growth Retreat - Oct. 19-20
This is a time to devote yourself fully
to assessing where you are spiritually. A
time to nurture yourself and gain a vision
of where you want to go. It's also a time to
understand the spiritual'journey of others
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good (for the soul). Note that there
can be some downside for not exer-
cising this opportunity. These may
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when we "bottle up" thoughts that
need to be expressed:
* Feelings of being over-
whelmed by the conditions of life.
* Making bad decisions and fur-
ther complicating our perceived
problems.
* Possible depression by holding
back and not seeking guidance.
* In extreme cases entertaining
unhealthy thoughts that seek to
truly diminish, if not eliminate,
our potential for happiness and
success in life.
My experience has been that
confession with a trusted confi-
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Sonie NJROTC students take a dip in the St. Johns River while the others prepare to hoist the sails.


k.4 aval Junior Reserve Officers.Training
Corps (NJROTC) students from 26
high schools throughout Florida and
Georgia gathered at NAS Jacksonville last week
for some hands-on training that taught them to
sail a variety of different types of boats. This is
the seventh consecutive year the cadets attend-
ed the camp here. The Interscholastic Sailing
Association, South Atlantic Division, sponsors
the 40-hour week sailing camp.
The program is offered to students between
the ages of 14-17. NAS Jax is one of three sites
in the country to host this annual event with
the other programs taking place in Annapolis,
Md. and San Diego. The fee for the class is only
$180, which is substantially less than the same
class that is offered on the outside for $1,500.
Students are housed at the NAS Jax Bachelor
Officer's Quarters and eat most of their meals in
the base galley. This year, the course was opened
up to 83 students. Individuals who attend this
course are selected based on a criteria consisting
of grades, their desire to learn to sail and ability
to get along with others.
Certified sailing instructor Lt. Cmdr. Robert
Spencer started the sailing program here seven
years ago. Spencer is certified through the
United States Sailing Association and the Chief
of Naval Education and Training. "I started this
program to give teens an outlet for the summer.
Teens 'need" a structured environment and this


Photo by Bob Spencer
Students of the Interscholastic Sailing Association,
South Atlantic Division Sailing Camp learn the
basic skills of sailing in a classroom setting before
heading out on the water.
course provides them with a way to be involved.
A lot of them come from single parent families
and myself, along with 16 other instructors,
serve as mentors to them. We spend a week
teaching them the skills they need to sail a boat
and give them the opportunity to see what a
military base is actually like. We hope that one
day they may decide the military is a career field
for them," commented Spencer.
The week commences in a classroom environment
where the students learn the basics of boat han-
dling. Teaching begins with sailing terminology,


The NJROTC students warm up doing some morning physical fitness before they
begin their day out on the water.


NJROTC cadets load into a whaler boat for a boating lesson on the St. Johns River.


NjROTC cadets
from Florida and Georgia
high schools attended
a one-week summer camp
at NAS Jax last week. The
camp teaches the teens how
to navigate five different
types of boats.


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 21, 2007 7


Photo by Bob Spencer
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel talks to the students about safety issues at the Mulberry Cove Marina before they set sail on the St. Johns River.


Bob Spencer gives Brandon Murray from Terry Kenneth Worthy (right) from Southwest Dekalb
Parker High School in Jacksonville, instruc- High School in Decatur, Ga. is instructed by
tions on navigating the speed boat. Bob Spencer during a boating lesson.


Instructors lay out the sails to dry before packing them away for storage.


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From Page 6

boating techniques and last but most importantly, water safety where they are required to
pass a deep-water swim test.
Students then head out to the base marina on the St. Johns River where the actual
hands-on portion of the class begins. Students are given the opportunity to work indepen-
dently and also as part of a team. While some students are on the water, others are on
land with the shore side crew learning drills, physical training and basic training. There
are four certified safety swimmers and lifeguards who . '
teach the teens safety and most of these instructors
have been with the program for at least five years.
When on the water, powerboats and sailing ves-
sels are used. The smaller boats include 15 lasers, 12 ....
420's and flying juniors. With six students and one .
instructor on each boat, students are taught crewing . -
techniques, how to drive, perform approach on buoys, - A ;- "
basic navigation and man overboard recoveries.
Jessica Drawhorn, who is a prior cadet and is
commanding officer for the cadets this year, is in .
charge of making sure all the cadets get back and
forth to their destinations while keeping overall *-
order. Drawhorn who attends Nease High School
located in St. Johns County, Fla. said,."I like the
structure of the class because it gives students the
basic skills and instruction in a class and then they
are brought outside to demonstrate what they've
learned. Keeping track of all the cadets is a hard job -.
but I really enjoy it." After docking their sailboat, Joshuah
The NJROTC sailing camp at NAS Jax is known Davis from Westside High School in
as the largest, best sail training academy of all the Augusta, Ga., and Jeff Deken from
NJROTC's in 13 areas. The students enjoyed trips Nease High School in St. Johns County,
to the bowling alley, swimming pool, and were given Fla., lower the sails on the boat.
a barbeque during their time off the river. "Without
the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department and the accommodations of the base, we
just wouldn't be able to offer this class to the cadets," added Spencer.
"I've always loved the sport and I'm glad I'm here learning how to actually do it. Camp
has been a great learning experience. Maybe one day I can take my friends out sailing
with me," remarked Gunter Myers of Robert E. Lee High School in Jacksonville. Myers
added he was thrilled to be given the opportunity to attend the camp.
Camp ended with a graduation ceremony Friday afternoon. Campers were a little tired
and weary, but were excited about their new boating skills and all the new friendships
they had made.


Instructor Candice Carroll carefully guides her sailboat into the pier.


4







8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS jACKSONVI.l E, Thursday,. une 21, 2007


2006 NAS Jax Water Quality Report


From Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southeast
Public Affairs
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command
(NAVFAC) Southeast, Public Works Department
Jacksonville, is the water utility service provider
for NAS Jacksonville. Publication of the annual water
quality report helps keep the public informed about the
water and services that have been delivered to NAS
Jacksonville over the past year.
The Water Utilities Division is dedicated to provide
residents and workers at NAS Jacksonville a safe and
dependable supply of drinking water. They ensure a high
standard by tapping into a water source of two deep wells
that draw from the Floridian aquifer.
In 2004, the Florida Department of Environmental
Protection (DEP) performed a source water assessment
locally and a search of the data sources indicated no
potential sources of contamination near the wells. The
assessment results are available on the DEP Source Water
Assessment and Protection Program Web site at www.dep.
state.fl.us/swapp.
Treatment of the water supply includes aeration for
odor control and chlorination to properly disinfect. .In
2003, NAS Jacksonville connected to, and started receiv-
ing potable water from a Jacksonville Electric Authority
(JEA) supply line adjacent Roosevelt Boulevard.
Therefore, some of the data included in this report is
the results of testing performed by JEA. This important
community partnering agreement established an essential
alternate source of water for NAS Jacksonville.
NAVFAC Southeast routinely monitors for contami-
nants in the drinking water according to federal and state
laws and regulations. Except as indicated otherwise, this
table shows the monitoring results for the period Jan.
1 to Dec. 31, 2006. As authorized and approved by the
Environmental Protection Agency, the state has reduced
monitoring requirements for certain contaminants to less
often than once per year because the concentrations of
these contaminants are not expected to vary significantly
from' year to year. Therefore some of the data, though rep-
resentative, is more than one year old.
Below you will find many terms and abbreviations
defined to help you better understand them as they are
used throughout the report:
Action Level (AL) - the concentration of a contaminant
which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other require-
ments which a water system must follow.
Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) - The "Maximum
Allowed" MCL is the highest level of a contaminant that
is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to
the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment
technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal (MCLG) - The "Goal"
MCLG is the level of a contaminant in drinking water
below which there is no known or expected risk to health.
MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.
Maximum Residual Disinfection Level (MRDL) - The
highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water.
There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfec-
tant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants.
Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level Goal (MRDLG)
- The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which
there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do
not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control
microbial contaminants
Non-Detects (ND) - laboratory analysis indicates that
the constituent is not present.
Not Applicable (N/A) - No value limit or restriction has
been applied to this particular parameter.
Parts per billion (ppb) - one part per billion corre-
sponds to one minute in 2,000 years, or a single penny in
$10,000,000.
Parts per million (ppm) - one part per million corre-
sponds to one minute in two years or a single penny in
$10,000.
Picocuries per liter (pCi/L) - picocuries per liter is a mea-
sure of the radioactivity in water.
** Fecal coliforms and E.coli are bacteria whose pres-
ence indicates that the water may be contaminated with


SUPPORT: Activities,
From Page 4

to educate families on issues that their
spouses may be experiencing overseas and
help families prepare for the transition
that will occur when spouses return home.
Planned activities and free childcare
are provided. This is a combined effort
between FFSC and the Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Department.


Test Results Table- NAS Jacksonville

Results in the Level Detected column for radiological contaminants and inorganic contaminants are the high-
est detected level at any sampling point, depending on the sampling frequency. The water received from JEA had
minute detections of radiological parameters, SOCs and inorganic contaminants, all below maximum contaminant
levels, as indicated below.
Radiological Contaminants

Contaminant Dates of MCL Range Likely Source of
and Unit of sampling Violation Level of MCLG MCL C contamination
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Results

3/05-
lross Alpha 12/05 N 2.5 ND-2.5 0 15 Erosion of natural deposits
(pCil/1) (JEA only)

Radium 226&228'
(pCi/l) 06/05 N 0.3 N/A 0 5 Erosion of natural deposits
.(NAS only)
Microbiological Contaminants
Dates of
Contaminant Datesof MCL Highest Percentage MCL
and Unit of sampling Violation of Monthly Positive MCLG or Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Results MRDL

Total Coliform 01/06.5 0 Naturally present in the environ-
Bacteria - N 4.5 0 meant
(JEA&NAS) 12/06

Contaminant Dates of MCL Total Number of MCL
and Unit of. sampling Violation Positive Samples for MCLG or Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N the Year MRDL

Fecal coliform & 01/06 ,**y Human and animal fecal waste
E-coli (JEA only) - 12/06 0 0 Human and animal fecal waste

* For systems collecting at least 40 samples per month; presence of coliform bacteria in more than 5 percent of monthly samples.
** See additional Health Effects Language and monitoring and reporting information


human or animal wastes. Microbes in these wastes can
cause short-term effects, such as diarrhea, cramps, nau-
sea, headaches or other symptoms.
They may pose a special health risk for infants, young
children, some of the elderly, and people with severely-
compromised immune systems. Fecal coliforms/E. coli
were found in one of 270 samples taken by JEA during
their October monthly compliance-sampling period. The
MCL is zero. This was a warning of potential problems.
The area was flushed, adequate chlorine maintained and
satisfactory results obtained.
While the drinking water meets the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) standard for
arsenic, it does contain low levels of arsenic. USEPA's
standard balances the current understanding of arsenic's
possible health effects against the costs of removing arse-
nic from drinking water. USEPA continues to research the
health effects of low levels of arsenic, which is a mineral
known to cause cancer in humans at high concentrations
and is linked to other health effects such as skin damage
and circulatory problems.
The sources of drinking water (both tap water and
bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reser-
voirs, springs and wells. As water travels over the surface
of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally-
occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive materi-
al and can pick up substances resulting from the presence
of animals or from human activity.
Contaminants that may be present in source water
include:
(A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacte-
ria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic
systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals,
which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban
stormwater runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater dis-
charges, oil and gas production, "mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a


free childcare provided
The following support group meetings
are upcoming:
Today, July 12 and 19, Aug. 2 and 16,
Sept. 6 and 20, Oct. 4 and 18, Nov. 1 and
15 and Dec. 6 and 20. Meetings are held
from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the FFSC (Building
554).
Families are encouraged to call 542-2766,
Ext. 127 for more information and to sign
up.


variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater
runoff, and residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic
and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of
industrial processes and petroleum production, and can
also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and
septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally-
occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and
mining activities.
In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink,
USEPA prescribes regulations which limit the amount of
certain contaminants in water provided by public water
systems. Federal- Department of Agriculture (FDA) regu-
lations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water
which must provide the same protection for public health.
All drinking water, including bottled water, may reason-
ably be expected to contain at least small amounts, of some
contaminants.
The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indi-
cate that the water poses a health risk. More information
about contaminants and .potential health effects can ibe-
obtained by calling the USEPA's Safe Drinking Water
Hotline at (800) 426-4791.
For more information or questions concerning this
report or NAVFAC Public Works Department, Navy on-
base housing residents should first contact the base hous-
ing office and base employees should contact their safety
or environmental offices.
If you want to learn more, please call the NAVFAC
Southeast Water Utilities manager at 542-6202.


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FRCSE Mayport



nominated for SECDEF



2007 Maintenance Award


By CW03 Stephen Waldrop
Special Contributor


The Chief of Naval Operations
announced May 21, that Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast
(FRCSE), Mayport, is one of two
Navy field level nominees for this
year's 2007 Secretary of Defense
(SECDEF) Maintenance Award.
FRCSE Mayport will represent the
small unit command which is com-
prised of 25 to 300 personnel and will
go on to a final selection that will be
held Nov. 15 in Orlando.
The ultimate Phoenix Award win-
ner will be selected from similar
inputs from all services in the small,
medium or large unit level winners
and will be named as the "Best of the
Best."
The SECDEF Maintenance Award


annually recognizes outstanding field-
level maintenance units for their
effort to extended service life given
to equipment and weapons systems
by sustained quality maintenance
and the rejuvenation of equipment
through extraordinary maintenance
programs.
"Throughout the past year, FRCSE
Mayport made a profound and lasting
contribution to the nation's war fight-
ing capabilities," said Cmdr. Graham
Guiler, officer-in-charge. "This accom-
plished, professional, and cohesive
team of military and civilian person-
nel provided superior intermediate
level maintenance support by suc-
cessfully adapting AIRSpeed practic-
es, further increasing efficiency and
providing cost-wise readiness to the
fleet."
FRCSE Mayport and FRCSE,


formerly known as Naval Air
Depot Jacksonville, sustained an
Intermediate/Depot Level Partnership
Program called the Enhanced
Maintenance Program (EMP),
whereby depot level artisans inter-
dict beyond capability maintenance
and return depot level requirements
to intermediate level standards.
Additionally, they conduct training
enabling FRCSE personnel to improve
their skills far beyond the level nor-
mally associated with standard on-
the-job training. The EMP achieved a
cost avoidance of $2.9 million in fiscal
year 2006. FRCSE Mayport's com-
mitment to NAVRIIP, AIRSpeed, and
other process improvement programs
via fleet logistic conferences and criti-
cal item logistics reviews saved the
Navy an overall $12 million in cost
savings.


Building a support system (part one)


Beth Wiruth
Special Contributor
Scott and I have set-
tled into life at our
new duty station. The
boxes are unpacked and
I even remember where I
put things.
I am navigating my new
city with grace and ease
and have found my new
'favorite coffee shop." What
has not yet fallen into place
is the development of rela-
tionships and a support
system.
With deployment and
moving a regular part of
military life a support sys-
tem is vital for military'
spouses. A support system
includes friends, family and
organizations that will not
only see us through deploy-
ment but enhance our qual-
ity of life and enrich our
lives. But how do we build
an effective support system
that will see us through
deployment, loneliness,
challenges and provide ful-
filling relationships?
While this may sound
like another item on the
military spouse prepared-
ness checklist, it is not. For
many spouses building this
network will happen almost
on its own. For them, meet-
ing people, building friend-


SPOUSE'S PERSPECTIVE


ships, finding resources is
as easy as falling out of bed.
But for some of us it can be
more difficult. But invest-
ing the effort in building
relationships can be one
of the most rewarding and
enriching efforts you under-
take.
We all need friends and
help at some point in our
lives. Perhaps the car
breaks down and you need
someone to pick up the chil-
dren while you wait on the
tow truck.
Perhaps you need some-
one to feed and walk the dog
while you are out of town
caring for a family member.
Maybe you need to know
where the best bargains are
in town. Or maybe you need
a coffee drinking friend or
workout partner. And, we
can be sure that someone
needs us to be those things
for them.
So, like me, you may have
just moved to a new duty
station, or perhaps you just
haven't yet taken steps to
build relationships. Most of
us have an extended sup-
port system. This extended
system is made up of our


family (which may or may
not be nearby), and long-
term friends such as high
school friends or college
roommates. These friends
are just a phone call away
and they serve as the foun-
dation of our support sys-
tem.
Your command ombuds-
man and local Fleet and
Family Support Center
(FFSC) are an important
part of your support system.
Together they are a wealth
of information, resources
and support. Every com-
mand has an ombudsman.
This person is a spouse, just
like you, who is interviewed
and appointed by the com-
mand and trained to be a
resource for you and a liai-
son between you and the
command.
Your service member can
find the ombudsman con-
tact information on their
command's "Plan of the
Day" or "Plan of the Week".
Many commands have an
ombudsman page or family
support page on their Web
site. Your Ombudsman
maintains an email list
and produces a newsletter


Protecting homefront: Survivors must apply for most benefits


From LifeLines

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


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resources. Be sure to con-
tact them to be added to
their distribution lists.
The FFSC is another
resource to utilize. One of
your first stops at a new
duty station should be your
FFSC. They provide a wel-
come package with valu-
able information on your
new base and community
including maps.
But their services extend
far beyond maps and bro-
chures. Your local FFSC
offers assistance in job
searching including resume'
assistance and referrals as
well as childcare resources
and much, much more.
For new spouses they
offer classes to assist you
in finding your "sea legs"
as a Navy spouse as well
as other classes to enhance
life skills and quality of life.
Visit them often as they
continue to enhance their
offerings.
Next week we will look
at the last piece of building
a support system, building
friendships. We will look at
tips and ideas for develop-
ing rich relationships.
Questions or comments
for Beth? Contact her at
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R ep. Cliff Sterns (R-Fla.) is holding a speci
event this summer to honor the Tuskege'4f
Airmen living in the Sixth Congressio,na
District. Those who did not attend the recent eve, K
in Washington, D.C. will receive the Congression
Gold Medal.
"I am working with veteran's groups to id'@e
these men living in the Sixth District and I ii
anyone who knows about a Tuskegee Airman to'
tact my office so we
can invite them
to this event," 99
said Stearns.
"Although
ouIr nations 32o
was segre-
gated during
World War II. 477
nearly 1,000 black
Americans' stepped
forward to serve in a TUSKEGEE
special Army Air Corps pro- Al RMEN
gram to train as pilots, contin-
ued Stearns. "The training took place in Tuskegee,
Ala.. and they became the famed Tuskegee Airmen
who went on to establish an astounding record in com-
bat. In March, some 300 Tuskegee Airmen and their
famihes attended an event in the Capitol Rotunda in
Washington. D.C. receiving the Congressional Gold
Medal. However, not all of the Tuskegee Airmen
attended this event and I would like to ensure that
they receive the honors they earned."
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 21, 2007 11


Fleet Seminar Program offered here


Photo courtesy of NMSC
Sandra Banning and Capt. Chuck Harr, Medical Corps, chair of the Executive Committee of
the Medical and Dental Staff (ECOMS/DS), review a credentials file during a recent ECOMS/
DS meeting hosted by Navy Medicine Support Command's Centralized Credentialing and
Privileging Department. '

NMSC ensures Reservists practice medicine


From the Naval War College
The Naval War College's College
of Distance Education will again
offer its Fleet Seminar Program in
Jacksonville.
This academic year (September 2007 -
May 2008), Strategy and Policy and Joint
Maritime Operations will be offered. This
highly acclaimed program parallels, to a
major degree, the course of study followed
by resident students in the College of
Naval Command and staff in Newport, R.I.
Three-hour classes are held in the eve-
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Each seminar is led by a top quality
adjunct faculty member from the local
area. Students can earn a Naval War
College diploma and up to 21 fully accred-
ited graduate credit hours. Military officers
also can complete joint professional mili-
tary education phase one certification. All


books and materials are provided on a loan
basis, and there is no tuition charge.
Enrollment is open to USN/USMC/USCG
03 or above, USA/USAF 04 or above, and
government service civilians GS-11 or
equivalent and above. All applicants must
possess a baccalaureate degree from a
regionally accredited college or university.
Additional information is available at the
Naval War College Web site http://www.
nwc.navy.mil. For questions or more spe-
cific information interested and qualified
individuals may e-mail fsp@nwc.navy.mil.
Applications can be found online at
http://www.nwc.navy.mill. From the Naval
War College home page navigate to admis-
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seminar program/apply. Applications are
due by June 30.


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By MCI (SW/AW) Jeffrey McDowell
Navy Medicine Support Command PAO
The Executive Committee for Medical
and Dental Staff (ECOMS/DS) held
a monthly meeting here recently
to review the credentials files of Navy
Reserve practitioners. This committee,
consisting of both reserve and active duty
medical staff officers, serves one of Navy
medicine's most important functions -
recommending a medical practitioner for
independent service in one of hundreds of
military healthcare clinics and hospitals
worldwide.
NMSC's Centralized Credentialing and
Privileging Department (CCPD), the host
of the ECOMS/DS, has a unique mission
of supporting the Navy Surgeon General/
Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
in the management and maintenance of
Individual Credential Files (ICFs) for the
Navy Reserve healthcare providers.
The credential files contain the docu-
ments that Reserve Navy medicine medical
providers must have to provide health care.
CCPD maintains the ICFs for licensed
independent practitioners, including phy-
sicians, dentists, nurse practitioners and
other allied health caregivers. CCPD also
maintains the individual professional files
for Navy Reserve clinical support staff
such as professional nurses and dental
hygienists.
CCPD uses this system to grant privileg-
es to more than 2,000 healthcare providers
serving across the Navy Reserve, ensuring
providers have the proper education, train-
ing, licenses, certifications and current
competency and skills within their chosen
clinical specialty.
"Having the centralized credentials
files here at NMSC is like dealing a deck
of cards," said Sandra Banning, CCPD's
department head. "We hold all the cards
(credentials files), and we deal them from
here via electronic credentials transfer


briefs. We know where the surgeons are
located, we know where all the family phy-
sicians are located, and we know where the
clinical support staff are located."
Banning said Navy medicine is better
served by keeping every provider's creden-
tial file in one location thereby minimizing
delay in the credentialing and privileging
process.
During the June ECOM/DS meeting,
members spent the day discussing and
reviewing the credential files before mak-
ing their recommendations to NMSC's
Chief of Staff William Lorenzen, the sole
privileging authority for all Navy Reserve
component providers.
The ECOM/DS was formed in 1993 after
then Navy Surgeon General Vice Adm.
Donald Hagen decided to centralize all the
reserve medical providers who need to be
privileged or critical support staff in one
location. This critical mission belonged to
the Naval Healthcare Support Office locat-
ed in building H2005, which later tran-
sitioned to become NMSC in November
2005.
"Operation Desert Shield and Desert
Storm in the early 1990s let us know that
at the time we couldn't effectively iden-
tify our Reserve component medical assets.
For example, when physicians needed a
billet they were often placed into any phy-
sician billet regardless of their specialty."
Banning said. "When Desert Shield and
Desert Storm occurred, we needed to know
where our assets were and how they were
distributed. CCPD helps BUMED reach
that goal."
At the conclusion of the monthly ECOMs
meeting, NMSC's chief of staff has a num-
ber of applications and endorsement pages
requiring his endorsement. After signing,
the medical and dental providers are noti-
fied their privileges have been approved
for the next two years, at which time, the
entire cycle begins again.


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military family. Once a couple decides to
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many questions.
Where do they start? What military and
community resources are available? What
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financial benefits? How much time is need-
ed to complete an adoption, given that mil-
itary families move so often? Finding the
answers to these questions and gathering
as much information as possible is critical
for a smooth sail to a successful adoption.
Military adoptions can be challenging,
but base resources can help. The first step
a family can make toward finding legal
assistance and adoption agencies is to con-
tact the Fleet and Family Support Division
and Marine Corps Community Services
Information and Referral. According to
Naval Legal Office Southwest, the military
will assist with the legal paperwork, as
well as refer couples to Health And Human
Services, which houses the National
Adoption Information Clearinghouse for
potential agencies.
Department of Defense regulation 1341.9
states, "Family centers, chaplains, and
legal assistance offices shall provide ser-
vice members with appropriate informa-
tion and referral on the adoption process."
At the discretion of the command, military
members may request a voluntary exten-
sion for their tour in order to complete the
adoption process, as well as defer a deploy-
ment for four months once the adoption
has taken place.
Financial assistance in adoption is
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tens of thousands of dollars, depending
on whether a public or private adoption is
conducted. An adoption may take from one
to several years to complete, depending,
again, on the agency used. Certain agen-
cies have waiting lists for children; how-
ever, state agencies have children looking
for homes now.
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and a couple transfers to another station,
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conducted by social workers to determine
if a family is ready to adopt) has to be com-
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state adoption agencies may require the
attendance of both parents, which could
cause more delays if one of the prospective
parents is deployed.
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S ;. - OMBUDSMEN: New curriculum for new course


From Page 1


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
(From left) NAS Jax Firefighters/Emergency Medical Tech-
nicians Tracy Tomes, Shawn Wardlaw and Robert Pellerin
inventory the supplies in their new ambulance.

EMS: 'Makes sense for us

to be handling the med unit'

From Page 1

"We're here 24 hours a day, seven days a week, have
a stable workforce and many us have years of experi-
ence and know the ins and outs of the base," added Hall.
"It just makes sense for us to be handling the med unit.
We've always been first responders and now we will be
transporting patients as well."
The fire department now has one staffed ambulance to
provide basic life support as needed. A secondary ambu-
lance is available as a backup. "Under the transfer agree-
ment, no advanced life support drugs are allowed on the
ambulance because we have the hospital here with a
24-hour emergency room. We can respond anywhere here
within three minutes and should be able to get them to
the hospital within 10 minutes from onset of a trauma
type of situation. We also have the authority to call Life
Flight in if we deem it's necessary," said Hall. "Basically
a trauma patient has what we call the 'golden hour,' they
have to be in a trauma center within one hour after their
injury in order to make a viable recovery. That's what we
strive for."
All base firefighters are EMT certified either through
the state or nationally. "We are in process of getting all
our personnel state certified because we also respond
to emergencies outside our gate on Highway 17. Under
the Good Samaritan Act and mutual aid agreements we
believe we are protected, but we want to ensure we fall
under state guidelines," continued Hall.
The hospital also provides fire department personnel
with training as needed. "Before we could take over the
ambulance service, we had to qualify our personnel to
drive them. We are all certified to drive fire and crash
trucks but we had to get Emergency Vehicle Operator's
Course certified to drive the ambulances. The hospital
training department helped us with this and continues
to help us with our EMT certifications. They really have
a great training division and wonderful instructors," Hall
said.
By taking over EMS for the base, the fire department
plans to continue providing top-notch care to its custom-
ers. "We are really happy about this. We think we can
offer good patient care and our familiarity with the base
makes us good candidates for handling this job. We've
been treating patients for years, now we are just adding
the transport part as well," stated Hall.
Ariother big plus is that many of the base fire depart-
ment personnel have worked here for so long they know
the quickest, most direct routes throughout the base.
"This is really a good thing. It gives a better continuity of
care to our customers because the Navy corpsmen trans-
fer in and out. Our turnover rate is not as high as the
military personnel turnover here," said Firefighter/EMT
Shawn Wardlaw.
'"Most of our command officers here have more than 30
years of experience, so we've seen quite a lot. We are also
really proud of our younger folks. They are really out-
standing. We've done well by hiring quality people at NAS
Jax. They are willing and wanting to learn," added Hall.
In the next couple of weeks, fire department personnel
will collect data pertaining to the service to determine
whether the ambulance is stationed in the right location
to ensure calls are handled in a timely manner, if they
need to offer advanced life support services, if they need
to upgrade the staff to paramedic status and to see if they
are taking care of their customers properly.
"I'm really happy to offer this service to our customers at
NAS Jax and having a great working partnership with the
hospital," said Hall. "We know we may have a few hiccups
taking over this new service and there are always things
we can do better. We welcome our customer's comments
and concerns and are always in the process of continual
improvement."

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over the world as regional trainers in
Tampa, Fla. at the annual ombuds-
men trainer conference. "As CNIC
regional trainers, our role is to train
and certify trainers in the region to
teach OBT to new command ombuds-
man. In conjunction with base
ombudsmen assemblies, FFSCs are
always in process of training new
ombudsmen and educating current
ombudsmen and commands on pro-
gram requirements. To do this, we
need certified trainers throughout the
region," said Parker.
Last week's class here consisted of
16 ombudsmen and FFSC employees
from throughout the region. They will
take the information learned in the
four-day workshop back to their bases
and begin teaching the ombudsmen
basic training course to new ombuds-
men and refresher classes to their
current ombudsmen.
"I am a retired command master
chief so I'm very familiar with the
ombudsmen program and all that
they do for the commands and fami-
lies. By attending this course, it gives
me an opportunity to be part of the
program and help train them," said
NAS Jax FFSC Transition Services
Specialist Rich Brown "With the new
instruction and all the changes that
just came out regarding the ombuds-
men program, this training is really


helping us to keep current on new
procedures and technology."
During the class, participants were
refreshed on the ombudsmen instruc-
tion and guidelines, code of ethics,
their role within the chain of com-
mand, communication skills, infor-
mation referral, and role-playing on
how to handle certain situations and
how to organize and administer their
program.
"We have more than 250 ombuds-
men within the Southeast Region
and they are all volunteers. If you
take a look at how much this would
cost if they were paid employees, this
figure would be astounding. These
volunteers play a crucial role in our
Navy," stated Sam Rayburn, NS
Mayport, Ombudsman Program coor-
dinator and a member of the Regional
Ombudsman Trainer Team. "When
Hurricane Katrina hit, they were a
big part of what was going on to sup-
port military families. The Navy has
also written them into supporting
individual augmentees (IAs) so we
are also holding special training ses-
sions on how to support IA families.
Ombudsmen are big part of mission
readiness and have a huge role in a
command's mission."
According to Melissa O'Brien,
ombudsmen coordinator for NAS/
Joint Reserve Base New Orleans,
the training she received during last
week's class was crucial to her job.


"I'm an educator at the FFSC. We
have a great need, especially in New
Orleans, for ombudsmen training.
When you have a trained ombudsmen,
you have a mission-ready family unit
which helps support the command
and overall the Navy," said O'Brien. "I
am taking this class so I can take this
training back and teach others. I'll be
the only ombudsmen trainer in our
entire state so I'll facilitate ombuds-
men training when I get home."
O'Brien realizes just how impor-
tant her job is and takes it very seri-
ously. "When I came to New Orleans,
I worked for the community support
center helping families recover from
Hurricane Katrina. Our communi-
ty support center is joining with the
FFSC so we can concentrate more
on mission readiness, hurricane pre-
paredness and disaster awareness,"
she added. "So for me taking this
class, I think it's mission essential so
we can get everyone not only prepared
for deployment, but ready in case we
have another disaster in which we
would need to rally together and help
one another. This training is definite-
ly beneficial not only for me, but for
all those I will take it back to."


BRONZE STAR: Provided medical, and even vet care while in country


From Page 1


officer, three other Navy enlisted
besides myself, a doctor, a Navy nurse
practitioner and an Army operations
officer. The team had 10 linguists and
an infantry security detail with them.
They were often joined by guest
healthcare workers who were stationed
in Bagram as well as public affairs and
combat camera personnel. They'd load
up 2.5 tons of equipment for each trip.
Wilson said his job was to make
sure the team was trained and ready
to go, making sure they were mission
ready. That training and preparation
took place in Bagram.
The team provided medical care to
the population and even veterinarian
care to their sheep and livestock. They
did exams, treated injuries, admin-
istered anti-parasitic medications
(deworming) to the children and when
approved, some vaccinations. Wilson
said he thought the most important
thing they did was hygiene training.
They also had people with them
who distributed humanitarian equip-
ment such as school books, shovels,
rakes, rice and food. He said the team
did a lot of teaching with the scarce
Afghan medical community. He noted
that some of the people considered to
be medically knowledgeable would be
boys only 12 or 13 years old. "There,
they were men," said Wilson.
Wilson emphasized the importance
of following cultural norms. For secu-
rity reasons, he said, they would sim-
ply show up at a village unannounced,
then he and Col. Dalton Diamond, the
physician in charge of the team, would
meet with the community leader,
exchange greetings and secure their
assistance in setting up a clinic site.
Cultural tolerance was one of sev-
eral valuable lessons Wilson said he
learned and that will always stay with
him. "The people of Afghanistan are
very likeable, very hospitable people,"
he continued. He also said that when
going into other countries "we need to
respect their cultures as what it is."
A big cultural difference is how
women are dealt with. Only other
females can approach the women,
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Photos courtesy of HMCM Rick Wilson
Working with one of the team's 10 linguists, HMCM Rick Wilson examines an
Afghan boy's ankle in Qareh Baghi, Afghanistan.


Everyone on the Cooperative Medical Assistance Team pitched in to get the job
done, including HMCM Rick Wilson who unloads medical gear for a mission in
Miri, Afghanistan.


required security searches. If no
females were available on the team
then they just wouldn't provide care
to the women in the village.
This seems shocking by Western
standards but Wilson said, "We
respect their culture. We didn't go
into their country to force U.S. stan-
dards. We go into there and allow
them to work with us according to
their culture."
Each mission was different Wilson
said, noting they rarely stayed in a
village for more than one day because
of security reasons and because if


they stayed longer they'd start seeing
the same patient repeatedly, taxing
the team's resources.
Wilson said that when he retires in
Georgia he hopes to have the oppor-
tunity to again provide humanitar-
ian assistance with some organization
working abroad. His wife is complet-
ing a career in nursing so he hopes
they can be a team in this effort.
Wilson said he was impressed with
how well all the branches, U.S. and
foreign, worked together to accom-
plish their mission. And, he was
proud of what his team accomplished.


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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.

Mid-Summer Madness
Group Fitness Extravaganza
Fitness Source
July 25, 4-7:30 p.m.
Free water bottle for all participants!

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

Ultimate Warrior Challenge - "The Search for the One
Ultimate Warrior"
"Extreme Cage Fighting" at the Prime Osborne
Convention Center
June 30, doors open at 6 p.m., fights start at 7 p.m.
Prices start at $17 per person.
Great seats!

Kennedy Space Center Trip
July 21
Check out the new Shuttle Launch Experience!
$45 per person, includes visit to Astronaut Hall of Fame
and Shuttle Experience
Sign-up by July 11.

Cool off at one of the following water parks!
Tickets available at I.T.T.
Adventure Landing $19
Summer Waves (Jekyll Island) $14.adult, $12 child
Wet N' Wild (Orlando) $27.50 adult, $23.50 child
Blizzard Beach/Typhoon Lagoon (Orlando) $35.25 adult,
$30.50 child

Jacksonville Jaguar tickets on sale July 15!
Ride the I.T.T. Jaguar shuttle for only $10 per game or
$80 for all regular home season games.


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 ac-commodations or
handicapped access is required, please notify FFSC upon reg-
istration.
The following workshops are available in June and
July:
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
July 2, 12:30-3:30 p.m. - Money, Debt and Credit Management
Workshop
July 3,1-3 p.m. - Federal Employment Workshop
July 9-12, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Transition Assistance Workshop
(Separating)
July 10, 9 a.m. - noon - Stress Management Workshop
July 12,1:30-4 p.m. - Smooth Move Workshop
July 17, 9 a.m. - noon -Anger Management Workshop
July 23-26, 7:30 a.m. - noon - Transition Assistance Workshop
(Retiring, khaki only)
SFor further information or to register, call 542-2766,
:Ext. 127.


Photos courtesy of the Fitness Source
Amy Santos does some sit-ups during the Fitness Challenge at
the NAS Jax Fitness Source June 13 as Fitness Source Manager
Chris Crossman counts. The winners of the event were: David
Santillo, first place in the men's division with a total score
of 207 and Barion Haywood and Sony Lalatag tieing second
place at 190. In the female division, Meinyon Cook took first
with a score of 125 and Melissa Williams placed second with
a score of 110. The challenge consisted of pull-ups, push-ups
and sit-ups.

LIBERTY COVE

RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 single
or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the Liberty
Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.

Free Jacksonville Suns Baseball Game
Tonight
Departs Liberty Cove at 4:30 p.m.

Liberty Pool Party
June 28 at 3:30 p.m.
Free food, games and prizes!

Celebrate America's
Liberty Fest
July 4
Departs Liberty Cove
at noon.

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

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Animal House (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - Bridge to Terabiathia (PG)
Saturday, 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)

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


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Fitness Trainer Travis White counts.

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
Tomorrow, 4-6 p.m.
Authorized patrons and invited guests
$10 per session includes range balls, PGA instruction.

Family Golf Clinics
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

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

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Are you financially ready for your new baby?

From LIFELines


So, you're having a baby.
Congratulations! You are
truly blessed to experience
the gift of parenthood. It can be
very rewarding and challenging
as well. You have probably been
warned about the 2 a.m. feed-
ings, colic, and diaper rashes.
And you've probably decorated
the nursery, chosen a name, and
even picked the preschool you
hope to send your child to.
However, have you taken the
most important step of all? Have
you prepared your finances for
your new baby? If not, start now.
Did you know that it costs $1.45
million to raise a child from birth
through college? Parenting is very
expensive.
The expenses of having a baby
include childcare, food, clothes,


diapers, healthcare, cribs, walk-
ers, car seats, and college savings.
(Don't put off saving for college.
Your money will grow if you start
now.) Expenditures quickly add
up, making a need for a small
nest egg essential.
Your immediate finances are
also affected with the arrival of
a baby. Who will be the primary
caregiver? Will one of you become
a stay-home parent? Can you sur-
vive on one income? If not, how
will you pay for childcare? How
will this affect your income?
According to the USDA, it costs
$2,840 annually to feed a baby.
You can save a portion of this
amount by breastfeeding. Many
physicians agree that breast milk
is healthier for babies. Whether
you breastfeed or not, you may
qualify for the Woman, Infants, &


Children program (WIC). This can
be a big help to your food budget.
In the WIC program, you receive
free cereal, milk, cheese, eggs,
baby formula, etc.
You can stretch your dollars
further by shopping at thrift
shops for baby clothing. Save
more by creating a clothing swap
with your friends and neighbors,
in which you exchange your used
baby clothing for other second-
hand clothes that your child
needs.
The Navy-Marine Corp Relief
Society offers thrift shops, budget-
ary counseling, and a baby layette
program.
Another way to cut costs is to
create a babysitting co-op with
your friends and neighbors. You
offer to sit for other families with-
in the co-op for a specific amount


of time, in return, they do the
same for you. Babysitting co-ops
can lower childcare expenses, give
parents the opportunity to social-
ize, and foster community spirit.
If you want to save even more,
consider using cloth diapers. You
can wash and reuse them or you
can have a diaper service. Both
ways are cheaper than dispos-
ables.
If you don't like the idea of cloth
diapers, then save by buying dia-
pers in bulk. You can never have
too many.
Here are more tips to help keep
your finances in order when the
baby arrives:
* Save $20 in a jar for every
week of your pregnancy. By deliv-
ery, you will have a tidy sum
stashed away.
* If you want to become a stay-


home mother or father, do a test
run first. Cut expenses and live
on one income. Save the other.
You will see firsthand what it is
like to have one income.
* Pay off your debts. Credit
cards can be detrimental to
your financial health. The
National Foundation for Credit
Counseling has information on
debt and personal finance. You
can also reach The National
Foundation for Credit Counseling
at (800) 388-2227.
* Start saving for college now.
* Finally, save 10 percent of
your monthly pay for emergen-
cies.
As a parent, you will not only be
responsible for yourself, but for a
helpless infant as well. Financial
preparation allows you to relax
and enjoy the blessed event.


Deployed Sailors given


more exam options


By MC2 Trevor Andersen
Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs


S sailors deployed to or
pending deploy-
ment to Iraq,
Afghanistan or
the Horn of Africa
now have more
options for taking
the Navy advance-
ment according to
NavAdmin 139/07,
released May 30.
NavAdminn 139 / 07
allows commanding offi- cers to
authorize administering the exam
if they find the area is conducive for
testing and the Sailors have had ample
time to prepare.
Sailors who are within 60 days of
deploying to one of these locations can
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First class petty officers w]
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tion board eligible ai
meet the requirement
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are waived from t]
advancement exam
nation for chief.
NavAdmin 139./
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in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Ho
of Africa.
"When future mission requirement
demand our Sailors fight on the fro
lines of the global war on terrorism
other geographic areas, it will be expand
ed as appropriate," said Chief of Nav
Personnel Vice Adm. John Harvey.
The NavAdmin supersedes a prev
ous message (NavAdmin 290/06) which
affected Sailors' ability to take advance
ment exams while in these regions.
For more information or to rea
NavAdmin 139/07, visit the Na'
Personnel Command Web site at ww,
npc.navy.mil.


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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


JAX SPORTS


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA Jax
No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each month.
Meetings are held in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30.p.m. The Thrift Shop
is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first
Saturday' of the month from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For
more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl Aran at
777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers
available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-
4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an appointment
or for more information, call 269-2945. The chapter
also offers bingo every Saturday at 10 a.m. The
public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active
and Retired Federal Employees invites all active
and retired employees to their regular monthly
meeting the second Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at St. Vincent's Medical Facility in Orange
Park. For more information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the
first Wednesday of every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry Cove
Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held the
second Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at The
Country Cabin restaurant located on Blanding
Boulevard. This organization is open to any single,
divorced, separated, or widowed that have children
of any ages. For more information, please check
out our Web site at www.pwpnflorida.com or call
307-6261.
Dollhouse and miniatures enthusiasts hold
monthly meetings the first Tuesday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Hart Haven Baptist Church, 47 Jim
Wright Road. Club members share know-how and
help each other with room-boxes, dollhouses and
other miniature projects. Call Grace Tobey for more
information at 783-0354.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside holds
their monthly meeting the second Thursday of

Top 10 ways to sho
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his is the fifth consecutive year
that Americans will celebrate the
Independence Day holi-
day and their right to live
in'freedom while U.S.
troops engage in danger- . ?:
ous missions in Iraq and
Afghanistan.
Richard Berman,
Manhattanville president and
cofounder of the My Soldier Pen-
Pal program, suggests that civil-
ians "can make a difference in the
daily lives of veterans and soldiers
by participating in the My Soldier pro-
gram.
It offers a variety of ways to show our
soldiers we are grateful for what they do to
protect our freedom and liberties." The My
Soldier office has even put together a list.
to. help you get started.
The following are the top 10 ways to
show patriotic support:
1. Go to www.mysoldier.com to register
for the "My Soldier" program and adopt a
deployed soldier who could use a pen-pal
friend.
2. Encourage children/students to spend
their summer vacation creating this mean-
ingful, even educational, pen-pal relation-
ship.
3. Join the My Soldier Pen-Pal program
as a family. Family writing projects can
create a bond for a common cause, which
deepens family ties.
4. Wear a My Soldier bracelet to show
your support (mailed to you free via
| a stamped self addressed envelope).
5. Enjoy a parade and support the march-


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from the Orange Park Mall. Moms and children are
welcome at all activities. For information contact
Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go to momsclubopw@
yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's
meeting is held the third Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association, Inc.
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue room.
For more information, call Janneice Moore at 563-
4645.
The local chapter of the Military Officers
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.
A VP-4 All Hands Reunion will be held Oct.
12-14 at the Crown Plaza hotel in San Diego.
Contact Bill Broadwell at 619-713-2321 or go to
www.vp4association.com for information on the
reunion.

w patriotic support
ers!
6. Call the My Soldier Office at (914)
323-5172 to find out how you can get free
My Soldier bracelets in bulk to use as sum-
mer picnic or parade giveaways.
7. Submit the name of an
active soldier who would like
to be adopted through the
Web site link.
8. Adopt a soldier
and earn a commu-
nity service award!
Manhattanville My
Soldier now offers the
opportunity for high school
students to be recognized for their
service and commitment.
9. Visit the soldier homepage at www.
mysoldier.com and click on the Hats Off to
Veterans to learn about how you can say
thanks and show support to a hospitalized
veteran.
10. Donate an item for the "Red White
and Blue Thank You." The My Soldier
office is collecting items for care packages
that will be sent or delivered to hospital-
ized veterans. A patriotic red white and
blue theme is suggested.
Items being collected (via mail or drop off
at the My Soldier Office, Manhattanville
College, 2900 Purchase Street, Purchase,
NY 10577) include:
* Tootsie Pops - cherry (red wrapper) and
grape (blue wrapper), Twizzlers
* Captain America, Superman (and other
super hero) comic books
* Playing cards and Yahtzee (dice game)
* Beach balls, Nerf footballs
* Homemade cards with handwritten
notes
* Children's artwork


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Intramural golf summer
league forming
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists. The league will be played on
Wednesday at 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 Officials Association is
looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball,
football and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball. Experience is not
required. If interested, contact the NAS Jax Gym.
For more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email bill.bonser@navy.mil.




STANDINGS


Sand Volleyball Standings
As of June 15


Wins
3
3
2
2
1


Team
FRCSE
GEMD
NCTS
CNATTU - Bucs
CNATTU - Gold
Naval Hospital
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Losses
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0
1
1


NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes


By Linda Brown
NMCRS


The Navy Marine Corp Relief Society
(NMCRS) at NAS Jax offers Budget
for Babies classes every first
and third Wednesday of each month.
These comprehensive classes are
available to all military person- .- '"
nel and their family members.
Participation of both parents is
encouraged. ,"
Joe Pinnell, .NMCRS volunteer ^
and' financial planner helps the
expecting parents prepare a budget for
baby from birth through college. He offers
money saving tips for buying baby's first


items such as furniture, car seats, carriers
and strollers. Retirement planning for par-
ents is also discussed.
At the conclusion of the class each family
is given "baby's first sea bag", valued
at $100. The sturdy canvas bag
contains a Gerber layette and a
blanket knitted by NMCRS vol-
, unteers.
Ij ! The classes are held at
S NMCRS in Building -13 from
9:30 a.m.-noon on the first
iWednesday of each month
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What you should know


From LifeLines
Although preplanning for funerals is
ideal, most people don't do this. In
the civilian world, this can leave
you feeling the financial and emotional
strain associated with making your own
arrangements. But as a member of the
Navy or Marine Corps family, you are not
alone. There are resources and support to
help you with every step during your time
of loss.
You will be faced with having to make
many decisions in a hurry. Your Casualty
Assistance Calls Officer (CACO) can be
your greatest resource, but it's also impor-
tant to know what you will encounter in
the days ahead.
After being notified, you'll want to con-
tact your family members. (Your CACO
will only notify the primary next of kin
(PNOK) designated by the service member.)
Sometimes it's best to notify your immedi-
ate family and have them call others.
If you're the PNOK, you'll be respon-
sible for making arrangements through a
funeral home. You can give up your right
to handle these decisions, but you must
formally request this in writing.
First you'll be asked to locate a funeral
home and contact it as soon as possible.
You'll then be asked the location of the
deceased and when you can visit the funer-
al home to discuss arrangements.
During your visit, you'll need to make
some choices:
* Do you want burial or cremation?
* Do you want a private or national cem-


etery?
* What kind of casket and headstone do
you want?
* Do you want military funeral honors?
* Do you want to sign a funeral purchase
contract with this funeral home?
It's best to take another person with
you, preferably someone who doesn't have
a strong emotional attachment to the
deceased. They can protect your interests
through the process, and provide an unbi-
ased opinion. A trusted friend, your chap-
lain or your CACO are ideal companions.
You'll also be asked to bring along neces-
sary documents (not all papers need to be
brought right away, but should be accessed
as early as possible). These may include:
* The service members Social Security
card
* Your marriage license
* A copy of form DD214 (you can get this
through the National' Personnel Record
Center
* Veterans papers, if required
No one wants to believe that they could
be taken advantage of right after the death
of a loved one, but it can and does happen.
Although the majority of funeral homes
provide honest services, scams do exist.


when planning

The Funeral Consumer's Alliance provides the American
a broad range of trustworthy information yolr request
about funerals, scams, and your rights, your local At
Keep the following in mind when you for survivor b
visit a funeral home: For inform;
* You don't have to sign or obligate your- vivor benefit
self to anything. Consider it a red flag if emonies for v
the funeral director insists on completing Casualty Ass
paperwork before you've made a decision, Marine Corps
or if they claim there's a fee for inquiring If the servi
about their services, he or she is e
* Be cautious if they say they offer "dis- cemetery wit
counts" on caskets or claim they are a "low- vate ceremo
cost" funeral home. This may merely be a paid from a p
way to get you in the door and leave you Travel to
with an even larger bill. bursed for
* If a funeral home isn't willing to item- as spouse a:
ize service charges for you, there likely ing by car,
may be no set prices, just arbitrary num- Reimbursen
bers that vary with each customer. CACO about
* As a consumer, you have rights, and Relatives
deserve to be treated fairly. Find out about extended fan
the laws designed to protect you before you for paid tra
deal with a funeral home. ber was un
Processing of federal and state survi- person the F
vor benefits can take up to six months, so receive last-.
financial matters become a real concern, passionate fa
As a spouse, you receive a death gratu- 24 hours not
ity within a few days of notification, so If you're
you can keep paying living expenses while need grief
waiting for benefit payments. LIFELines
*The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society and the Tra
(NMCRS) may provide a loan or grant Survivors.
to help you. If a loan is approved, they The loss c
may assist by prepaying all or part of the most difficu]
funeral and related expenses., Same-day ber of the m
appointments for emergencies are guaran- out for and
teed. If there is no NMCRS office near you, around you.


funeral

n Red Cross (ARC) can process
on their behalf. In addition,
RC can assist you in applying
benefits.
ation on state and federal sur-
ts, and costs of private cer-
veterans and retirees, visit the
distance Branch of the Navy or
s.
ce member dies on active duty,
eligible for burial in a national
hout cost. If you choose a pri-
ny, funeral expenses will be
preset amount.
the burial will be fully reim-
authorized dependants, such
nd children. If you're travel-
you'll be paid per diem rates.
ients may vary, so ask your
travel allowances.
such as a parent, sibling, or
mily member are not eligible
vel unless the service mem-
married and appointed that
PNOK. Extended family may
minute bereavement and com-
ares on airlines with 'less than
ice.
experiencing a loss and
support resources, visit the
Casualty Assistance section
Lgedy Assistance Program for

of a loved one is probably the
[t time of your life. As a mem-
ilitary family, be sure to reach
t accept the help that is all
You're not alone.


Maintaining healthy lifestyle


From LIFELines


Remember your feet? Nice to be reac-
quainted, isn't it? It can be tricky
continuing the battle of the bulge
once your spouse returns home from
deployment. But it isn't impossible. It
just takes some determination and self-
control. You've made it this far; you can
overcome this hurdle, too.
Just because your hubby is back from
afloat doesn't mean your life ends. Continue
to set goals for yourself. Talk with your
spouse about what you want to achieve.
Here are some tips to goal attainment:
* Write down your goals. Go over your
list with your spouse.
* Develop a timeline. It isn't enough
to say, "I want to lose 30 pounds before
Thanksgiving." Break it down into mini-
goals. A more specific goal is "I want to lose
10 pounds over the next two months."
* Take it one step further; write down
exactly what you need to do to achieve your
mini-goal. How you will eat (keep a food
diary), how often you will exercise, etc.
* Reward yourself with something new
(like a new pair of shoes, new scarf, that
great red sweater that will fit you now)
each time you reach a mini-goal.
Once you have your goals and have
shared them with your spouse, develop a
lifestyle plan that will work for both of you.
Be certain it includes your goals and your
spouse's goals. It is important that no one
be left out of the process.
Develop a workout schedule that allows
both of you to get in the required amount
of exercise per day. Maybe you will work
out together after dinner. Maybe he works
out' in the morning, while you watch the
kids, and you work out in the evening,
while he watches the kids. Make sure it
fits into your life and its many demands.
Otherwise, you won't stick with it.
Find an activity to do on the weekend that
gets you out of the house. Weekends tend to
be hardest for people to stick with the plan.
It's the time for BBQs and parties, dinners
and movies. An occasional bag of popcorn
and a hot dog won't kill you, and getting out
and about will benefit you in the long run.
Set aside one day for something physical,
such as hiking in a National Park, walking
by the ocean, or biking around town. You
will be amazed at what some fresh air and


getting sweaty does for your marriage.
Ever notice your spouse can always win
the pie-eating contest and not gain an ounce?
. Meanwhile, you sit on the sidelines
cheering him on, and you gain five pounds.
You're not alone, scale-scrutinizing sister.
Don't hate him for his metabolism. The
beer gut is only a few years away. Fend it
off with these healthy eating tips for two:
* Restaurants. Have the waiter box up
half your meals before you begin eating.
This way you won't be tempted to overeat
and you'll have lunch for the following day.
Better yet, ask if they offer half-portions
(not always on the menu).
* At home. Start dinner with a fresh
salad. The pre-packaged salads are just as
good and have been pasteurized, so there
is no need to re-rinse. Just tear it open and
throw in a bowl. Chop up some veggies and
munch away. Toss with a great vinaigrette
or other low-fat dressing, and leisurely eat
and talk with your spouse. Some nights, you
may not even be hungry for the main course.
* Educate yourself about portion sizes.
* Keep healthy foods on-hand and ready
to eat in case of munchie emergencies.
* Good food isn't just bean sprouts and
tofu. Learn how to create healthy and sat-
isfying meals for you and your family.
Most major bases have a registered dieti-
cian available to anyone who asks. Talk
with your primary physician for a referral.
Together, you can develop a healthy eating
plan and exercise schedule that fits your
needs.
Many gym facilities on base also have a
physical trainer on hand to help you design
an effective workout regimen. Consult with
your physician first, so you know your lim-
itations, and then schedule a 'meeting with
the trainer. Discuss your goals and your
time schedule. Most gyms offer everything
from free weights to kickboxing to spinning
(a bike machine that doesn't go anywhere).
Changing to a healthy diet from a fast-
food diet or a meals ready to eat diet will
take some adjusting. It is important not to
cut out everything you love from your diet.
Enjoy an occasional ice cream cone. Share
a large fry some Friday night.
And you can't shock your spouse as soon
as he sets foot on soil. Introduce new,
healthier foods gradually.
Remember, fad diets are just that: fads.
You may be able to loose 20 pounds in


Guidelines for submissions to Jax Air News


From the Editor
Tax Air News welcomes articles and
photographs pertaining to base
employees, family members, com-
mands and community events. Jax Air
News is published every Thursday. The
deadline for submissions is the previous
Friday at 4 p.m.
The following are some tips on writing
articles and taking photographs for the
paper.
Articles
* Always include rates such as: Lt.,
AS1, PR2. We use the Associated Press
Stylebook to edit stories. Include first and
last names. No call signs.
* Spell out all acronyms - many people
have no idea what they all stand for.
I* Write in simple terms - imagine your
readers are on a sixth grade reading level.
* Don't just send us award stories. How
about some feature stories about the people
in your command? Everyone has a unique
story to tell. Do a story on someone's hobby,
if they volunteer out in town, something
interesting that happened to them, etc.
* Use quotes.
* Send us stories in a timely manner. We
are a weekly newspaper. We don't want
something that happened a month or two
ago. Send us a story right after it happens.
Email ensures faster submissions.
. * Stories must be in Word documents. Do
*not embed photos into Word documents.


Send photos, with captions, as a separate
jpg file.
* Make stories as long as needed, but
remember we will chop them as needed.
We normally start chopping at the bottom
so make sure you put your more important
information up front.
Photographs
* Use 200-dpi or higher only (set cameras
to highest quality settings).
* If storage space is a concern, get extra
cards, so you don't have to jeopardize qual-
ity for number of photos.
* Photos with a file size of less than 2mb
will not reproduce well in print for newspa-
per purposes.
* If people are involved, don't get backs or
backs of heads only. Include faces.
* Don't shoot into sunlight. Correct your
angle as best you can.
* Use indoor camera settings for indoor
shooting, and lowlight settings can vastly
improve indoor shots.
* Shoot from the level of your subject.
* Fill the frame.
* Avoid standing in front of windows
that can wash out your photos, either by
flash bounce back or direct sunlight com-
ing in.
* Cell phone and disposable camera
shots do not reproduce well and may not be
used when submitted.
Articles and photos can be submitted via
email to Jaxairnews@comcast.net. For more
information, call 542-3531.


le began during deployment

a month eating hamburgers without the them). Believe that your health is worth
buns, but it isn't best for the long run. more than that. Follow the Food and Drug
Just like you wouldn't be caught dead in Administration food pyramid that is rec-
those red, pink, and orange striped leg- ommended by your physician and develop
warmers (hey, you know you still have a safe workout plan that fits your life.


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ERA Heavener RIty Co
Jacksonville - McGirts
Creek Sub. Darling 3/2
Over 1300SF in Quiet
Cul-de-Sac. HUGE Lot,
Newly Painted, All Kit.
Appliances stay FP,
Sec Sys, Fans thru-out.
Visit my Web Page @
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Priced to Sell 0 $170,000.
Please call Christina
Starner at 904-214-6296
for your Showing.
MLS# 371387.
Nice Townhouse Near NAS
2/2, 1408sf, w/added
bonus room. 5647 Great-
pine Ln. N. Off of Col-
lins Rd. (904)318-9501
ALL BRICK -3/2, 2 car
gar,fplc & fa rm, open kit,
new ac, fncd yd, move in
ready. $169k. 100% fin. avail.
4240 O'Riely Dr. 962-2797

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WESTSIDE WHAT A
PRIZE'! 4BDO2BA
family room, living
room, large master
bedroom suite, walk in
closes, garden tub,
volume ceilings, inside
utility area, lenced
back yard with
screened porch. Mas
ler bedroom 21'xI6'5"
2528 Sq Ft. Conve
nient to Orange Park.
Built in 2003
$227,900
Priced 10 sell.
Call for appointment.
Contact me to e-mail
pic lures.
904 613-0097

WESTSIDE3 J.4-
Home FOa.. -..-,
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remodeleu, bolns,
kitchen windows, nearby
FP acre $225k Firm,
PCS 777-5760
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4BD/2BA family room, I
living room, large master
bedroom suite, walk-in
closets, garden tub,
volume ceilings, inside
utility area, fenced back
yard with screened porcH
Master bedroom 21'x6'" *
2528 Sq. Ft. Convenient to
Orange Park. Built in |
2003. $227.900 Priced to
sell. Callforappointme I
Contact me to e-mail
S picture s. 904 613-0097 1
WESTSIDE 0 DOWN 32's
3/V's low mo. payment.,
Govt funds avail _oll
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A PRIVATE OASIS
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community near coast.
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866-432-9346
COASTAL LIVING-
Rare opportunity to cenov
the Golden Islesi River.
Marsh, Lake & Wooded
homesites w/ access to
Atlantic in private
community. Priced Io
sell today 866-432.9342


I1 BR/BA Condo, at
9A/JTB, 970sf,
$139,900, minutes
from everything in
Jax, Perfect Location
(904)349-4072
6 miles to NAS-
3BR/2BA, Ist floor,
1600sf, glass Fla
Room, Located in
Quiet Area. Owner Pays
Closing Costs and 6
months fees. $120,000.
771-2678. PCS

CONVENIENCE OF
CONDO LIVING
IN FOREST CREEK
With IIe leel o0 no0ouli
OpPn oar,, on lalo
3j BR,' 5 0air, 2 Cor
gqare. roeatln Kitchen
Miin mopie coO,nrIs,
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age Hord0� oa lcuring
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ing room and dining rom
amenity e enter wln ol.
walfr park ond ploa
ground Jus1 minrule lo
Movoorn and oil r napping
09i900 645-65t
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Downbytheriverside
Southside 2br/2ba
Over looks pool and
S courtyard. Breath-
taking river & preserve
view Bring your fishing
ol.i s. Ka,aOK ilS< Call
.PC5.' .,. -326 8942
INTRACOASTAL WEST
SHOW HOME
CONDITION
Gated Resort Style Liv-
ing with all amenities.
3bd/2ba, 1428 Sq Ft
1st floor corner unit with
garage. Custom win-
dow treatments, new
berber carpet, all appis,
move in condition.
IMMACULATE
Hodges/JTB area.
PRICED REDUCED!
$194,900 Call 502-4225 or
710-8840 mis 8364887
INVESTORS J :o.-.ao
with tenants for sale.
Exc shape 545-0019
Mandarin/San Jose 3br/
*2ba, grd level, parquet
floors, w/d, carport;
$149,900. 904-207-3723
ORANGE PARK
1/1, grnd flr,$106k.
Minutes to NAS.
Call 610-6310
4 , The Preserve-
Oakleaf Plantation
S New 3BR/2BA
Top Floor, appli-
ances, Screened bal-
cony. $182,000. 334-3832



Already Set Up, Brand New
4/2 on Westside Only $829 Per
Mo & Taxes & Ins $500 Dwn.
CALL 904-783-9382
An On Your Lot Builder
Starting at $75 a sq. ft.
Models available for
viewing. Call for show-
ing 800-790-8442
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$80 sq. ft. Displays on
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$980 Down. $849 Mo.
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HURRY!
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Only $500 Down 783-8385
NEVER BEFORE
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set up free. 32 wide, 4/2,
only $49,900 904-783-4619


EXCELLENT VALUE!
Beautiful Homes of Merit
house, 1344 sq ft, 3 br, 2
full baths, garden tub,
new central AC, beauti-
ful hand built rock fire-
place, large screen patio
& large storage shed.
Westside near Orange
Park & NAS. Financing
available through
Wachovia. $31,000 Call
631-7862 for viewing.
SELLING YOUR
MOBILE HOME?
TOP CASH' Old or New
or Assume Loan.7308606



BAKER COUNTY
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Fr.h oond re-3d i or
home or rf.H .n
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FERNANDINA BEACH
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60-'.o Lilo Ki.m j.;
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MAYPORT
VILLAGE LOT
(Last One)
S179K 249-0346



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71 AC divided by
paved road; quiet,
peaceful country
property but good
commute to Augusta.
Mature timber
S2,495 / AC
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
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AMELIA ISL HOME
3/2, 1700SF open house
Sun 10-4, 1571 Inverness
Road $277,000 430-2606




Condo two bed-
rooms, one bath-
room, spacious loft
for bedroom or
office. One car garage,
amenities, pool/spa.
$169,900 904-645-0630
Ponte Vedra Beach
Condo-2/1, spacious
tt loft for bedroom or
office. 1-car garage,
oool. amenities S16..900
065.50 ~,f


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Military Relocation Specialist
CDR NC USN (ret)
Direct Line (904) 278-1176
randradeN watsonreallycorp.com
If you're buying,
selling, or relocating,
give me a call!
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4729 US Hwy 17S _1 _.
Orange Park, FL 32203 WASON


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ARLINGTON
2BR Gora0e Aol Near Aring.
Ion Ra & Uni.c, i1 B1.,0 No
Pets Rel Rioa i :716 7691
Arllnglon
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City Ridge
7528 Arlington E.%pu%
(904) 723-3333
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Confederate Point
4455 Confederate Point Rd.
1904) 772-8663
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Cross Creek
1441 Manotak Ave.
(904; 786-2610
crosscrek@-horizonfl.tom


Morningside
2-01 ammncsme Rd.
(9041 "783.8735
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Club at Charter Point
5501 Uniwersity Club Blvd N
,(904) 745-5950
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The Woods of Mandarin
3200 Hartley Rd.
i904) 268-7968
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1 & 2 BR Speciall 1 Bedroom from $515 S675/mo $400 sec. _e Fe wpc
CALL 398 9492 2 Bedroomsfron $585 Call 653-1303 Ilye mso.EION
_CALL 398_-9492- 3 Bedrooms fron1 $6205 WESTSIDE 2br/lb, good To advertise --EI ON
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2/12, pXLio Apis. $7251o10; INCOME S500/tmo + $300 dep. No publications dis- .",J" Apply level, ahr.
MOVE IN SPECIALS RESTRICTIONS APPLY pets. Cl 904-573-0218 butedat the The arts House 10321
Shucoil Properties 721-1767 local bases in the Fortune Parkway, Bldg
LEASE OWN 2 and 3 BR areaPrivateInsction 400. Drug Free wkpic
WESTSIDE $149 Sec dep MH Call 6952255 School REEFER
Special. IBR, $440. 9Specialty Training/TANKER Class A CDL,
Call 388-7317 , F Fleming Island, I _ . 3 60. Events r R0TANKER Clas 12A Cp.
WESTSIDE 2br Newly _AT FJ. ins. Call 813-267-1811
Remod. W/D conn S665mo. 5BR/3BA, 2700sf, FL
Free Rent Special. room w/heat & AC, free Atlantic Bch/A1A N. Lg
Seaboard Oaks. 904-778-9836 heated pool, tennis & BR frn. ut Il ncl.
golf in community. 5350m+S250dp. 866-3200 CONVENIENTS.
WESTSIDE REDUCED from STORE at Harts
12 Berooms i no. $2,000/to $1,825/m. SOUTHSIDE/Beach Blvd. STRE at Harts
"12B s E DlInow. 2Share clean 2br house, Rd and US17, REAL ESTATE
Credit Problems? We can 542-7908 w/d, utils. $500mo. Own Week Day Class June 25 SURFACE
help. Come check us out, transport 904-219-9634 W r gas 8 Week Eve Class Aug 20 WARFARE
convenient location, pool. FLEMING ISLAND- System, 3/4 ac Superior Instruction ENGINEER
5717 Timuquano Rd. 4 br/2 ba home. Large WESTSIDE- Cay worker, www.myfrei.com kinen
778-7333 Screen Room, Fenced. turn rm, priv ba, pool, paved, must sell, (904)269-2555 Seeking senior
1,600 monthly. N/S S475m w/util 777-5955 $575k or make Florida Real Estate Institute GSE/GSM/EM/EN
/IDE -2. / Rosie 370-0442. full time to develop
WESTSIDEw- 225-2277ts 7 interactive course-
each, w/w cpt, ch/a, Available May 30th. |t| Offer.2252277 interactive course-
inclds water, very nice FLEMING ISLAND Nice ware relating to
starting 0 S615 874-0701 4 3yrs ol, landscape IOOMMATE NTED IZZA BUSINES -in Ship HM&E systems.
--o01 & fitness comm. 0 e P, t N Ja Mandarin, Family bust- Req's 10 yrs. of
NORTHSIDE $l800+dp. 904-553-9918 Orangerk AS J ness, $95kfirm. 70-4022 Telemarketing shipboard USN maint.
2/i enl,t oil new 5595m2. MoSe
2/ apt, all new $595mo. Move Quiet neighborhood t/|iil, nmaser WE'RE GROWING exp., recent service
in special. Eale Harbor Lake- itew/pivatebatand di t. a nbound TeleSales req. and must be
Ealanb2borth, 2t ba i .Center is growing. ALL computer literate.
fro t, ed/2 bath,2 500 mo. includes ut iities shifts available. FT & EOOW/MTS qunis are
car garage with E
Florida Room, ceramic No pets. Non-snoking PT Hours. $10 Per Hour a plus. Apply online
S and laminated floor, 1- .A Guaranteed Salary. Call at www.lsiiax.com
Central air and ceiling y41-u esr dtg oodaor 521 - 9865 to schedule an EOE-M/F/D/V.
BAsRTRAM PARK brand fishing deck, 4 t side- bad, no mater what the interview. Drug screen req.
new 3/2, 1 car goar, close walk, "A" rated schools, Rooms P problem Is call 904-372-4860
to NAS JAX. fitness cer one blacfom boat
& pool. Avail immed. oramp. 1,450 m . Please e


opt. 607-7700 / 759-0882 10 miles from May-
Do1 . C/all 7bo, $800 all deck. W AwoodedTtFo We At
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/21500sf, car ar, nl appis month. Call 230 4106. CALL NOW 566 6265
& ameni ties, aMrt I c. $12 R 50RI
Intracoastal West New 8c5ooled 12x30 Florida Util ties Included, AC.
2200sf granite, SS app, shed, $1500/month, no
Pool, ear $1895m 273-0125 dogsallowed available LUXURY ROOMSiI
MIDDLEBURG- Luxury 307-8023 or Helen at Low Daily/Wkly Rates
condo 2br/2.ba, 1800 699-5102for details. 10% Off for Wkly Reaoom
ated, cable Included INGS Inc1904d725334 .0
ST150mo. 904-338-3482 Ka ISAND. be-droom. QUALITY INN (04 264 1
amen. 3 bath home for rent in
Condo, 2/2 all ground 912-882-710 or
floor, refria, garage. 904-891-8056
$1050mo Ph. 985-614-03431 904____
LAKESHORE /2 w $995 CR 210 & 1-95 -Wingfield,
ORANGE K/Fleming Iground ol & Hot Tub new 2/2.5, gar, w/d, pool,
2br/2ba, fpl, new cond, ch&, WD Hu, Fenced Back gsated. 7 me lease ok.
$1050/monPi. 386-527 8664
Mandarin
ORANGE PARK EAGLE 2 Story 4/2.5 me
HARBORBrand new in \J,7 - 4.n. ' .,,
The Enclave, N22, gar & -. .-a/, SI ir n
storage r t1517sf ' n 6
w/oddtl scrn patio,
granite counters, SS . Mandarin .6 -.-
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ship inci$m1400 272-0133 j r














$115 $11075/m. 904-249-445
SOUTHSIDE St. JOhN's swmmng ad

granite. Lease 005iOmo
w/a ttaheda garage.
Screened balcony, W/D R a
in unit, ApFlinances MOVINGd 2?
fitness center. Avail- Jakes @ Bear
able 8/1, 950. 410-533-5119 Realty I nc. BUS#: Ofe e
WESTSIDE Waterfront (904)234-5753.
2/2.5 twAn hm, scrnd Email: lakes-
lonai, garage, FP2, dock, doris@yahoo.com
$950mo. PH 904- 276-30 10 "We Care About .. I I Jt.


_____ Besides pot OfficeoSale
Newly remodeltoed 2/1,O
W/D hkt up, fenr'd yrd, OfficedSpaceForRent
wr inidsh dm $775/mo. Call 904-291-4452 Retail For Sale
Murray Hill off St. prkg, -Retail For Rent
WESTSIDE Lease to own. sc- porch. Obr/1 ho St.John sCoimerciOl!
3/1 newly remodeled, Ch.rNe-o1p ts5725/,Me . Industrial For Sale
E e 9p58 ool ew $1e . 904-49-8636 m ilita ry p er2So
Anite. ar .... $1150mor ---m 1 1rcia
Re 1Northside Rent to Own , Industrial For Rent
103rd St. 4/2 $1195 ch&a 3/1 fenc yd, scrn rm, car St. Johns Businesses for Sale
Built 1995,2 Car Gar, 1750SF port, washer h tkup s 800eo e r Sl
Sec Sys, Kit Equip, WwD Hu. mo+$8dep 904-465-2165 .St.JohnsOfficeSpaceFor Sale


1750si $1300 & 4/2, 2400SF
51400 Available August
ARGYLE - Beauti- MJayprt - 10 min to base,
fulat 4/3BR 2 Bath, 2/2. 5 condo w/free cable/-5


aRent: 1,100 Rent o0Buy ORANGE PARK/ MDBRGI M ed
. 7 t or Ea a es-Relocating4BR/2BA
772-7795 O/A, w/d h/u, frpl, nice House, 1745sf, new
kitchen $1300mo 406-9486 roof, tiles, zoned
WAT ER LEAF COMM ORANGE PARK RTO OCG-2, $325.000 434- "1187
New home, 4BR/3BA, new 4/3 in Eagle Landing,
Available now $1800/r. $19 $mO. Call
CAl -2-099 NooRrtheast Flo
850-814-6881 I
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* Arlington, Souhside * neighborhood, fenced,
* Westside, Northside * $1075mo 904-272-2541

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* No Money? * shop, 51275m. 904-626-4125 R l
S No Credit? * ORTEGA 4/3 $1300 i
8* NoProblem! * Npt1924SF, ch&a, WD Hkup, 4 S
Call Dave 904-881-6653 VANSAND RE 3893540
****__*___* * b** ORTEGA-4 miles t Jom ICAmNciaV.
SARLINGTON- 1600 sqft. Very sate Rn
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S Complete remodel Call Theresa 355-8883 - g vrntrohc o m r
2000sf. & 2 car attached Franchises iv
garage. $1850+ 5900 Southside / Arlington 3/2, Fictitious Names
deposit. Call 864-354-9101 new cpt, fncd yd, $995 + Financial Services
yst mo + sec 904- 287-
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bath, fireplace, month. 3/1.5,w/d cgnn. ac,-
Lakeview, watersoft- 5799 + 5508 deposit. App. ADORABLE
ener, luxury Master Fee 549, 7733 Falcon St CUSTOMERS LowI
nis court, and morel $ Westside 2105 Lakeshore Franchise. Visit us ats i
Rent to own! 772-7795 or 3br/1ba, 1300sf, ch&a or call 800-554-23346
803-6617 $845mo. Call 310-938-3654


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Call 888/915-3456 or Assurance (lA position. source Manager with
904/731-2060. Candidate experience On emphasis on reten-
FL Lic. #BB9700027 level should include on and recruitment fo
ainSr www. familiarity with Navy its campus in Orange
and NAVAIR IA Direc- Park, FL. This person
fives and Instructions, will be resp. for man-
general knowledge ofat
NAVAIR Security rules going the HR functions
and regulations, and of Moosehaven, incl.
\ll/A1 experience in develop- compensation,
ing IA accreditation nefits, employment,
packages. training & compliance
Clearances: Candidate
Must be a U. S. Citizen A Bachelors dearee &
and hold and active c.- .r . r.i.rorn
SECRET clearance. re�'".,,ir,.I. a, r,,n.-
ASEC Inc. is an equal r .3t i-o 1 it, rr . '. -'
opportunity employer. ,-,,-,r,.... r,
JOB FAIR Our wortunking atmo-. t...rr..r. r.....r,
sphere is casual, our Ixper.'...:' i, r.a...hr-,.
To meet growth and expansion requirements, salaries competitive and E, t. er..:. .r. ,
Integrated Communication Solutions, Inc. will benefits package cam- lo.ot i.rm *:Ore 5r...*
be hosting 2 Job Fairs to fill current openings plete. ro -.i. cr, E rr.- ,
in Charleston, SC; Norfolk, VA; MD; DC; leo: 5r.a a ri urle onn
and Northern VA. 1alk r, tea . h:. r..:.... .
- hc..r. OI ,J.'."v i b6
Tuesday June 26th 2007, 9am-7pmr or. - .eilri
Hampton Inn & Sufites -as s.r.i a.17
13551 Airport Court .rble orkng
Jacksonville, FL
AND PROGRAM MANAGER-
Wednesday June 27th 2007, 9am-7pm for growing Maritime
Embassy Suites Jacksonville - Baymeadows coin many needed with
BS in management or
9300 Baymeadows Rd engineering & USCG
Jacksonville, FL Chief Engineer limited.
Open Positions Include: years iexperinm o
*Program/Proiect Management support governed
*Computer Scientist/Engineers contract on Kings Bay.
f ax res ume o Office Clerk good phone
*Information Assurance/Program Analysts 850-452-2325 skills, flexibility to
*Electronics/Engineering Technicians provide various office
*Information Security Specialists support such as
*Administrative Support maintianing files and
daily data input. Great
*Positions may require clearances* To advertise hourly rate. FT or PT
I CS is one of the Federal Government's leading To avertise Contact 904 425-5797
small business contractors specializing in in the military
Information Security Services, Network
Engineering, Operations, and Program publications
Management. Currently ICS supports over 25 pbic attho
Federal contracts; including DoD, Civilian, and distributed at the
several agencies within the intelligence local basesP in
community. Our biggest DoD clients include: calbases i
the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, and DLA. the area, Stylist & Nail Tech Booth
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Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V hair, nail & massage.
Call Judy 904-505-3907


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I. l .Airs
'* �Ii.linh' Service
* .\kriil'linlg/
Bo'.il keeping
* Adverusing/Media
* Architecture/
Interior Design'
Graphics Designp
* Automotive Sale.
Service
* Aviation
* Civil Service/
Government/
Public Administr.. . i
* Computer Hard.- ,re
Software
Progrimnung
* (. ,n'cr[1-tit rorh
* (.dilomer ',ef Ice
* Dental
' ),merci; S"cr iceC'
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* Dellen'. Dnrer


Jacksonville
Real Estate Corp.
looking for
Real Estate Agents to
ioin our team. For
confidential interview
please call Sandi
Chambers 904-349-7980





DANCERS NEEDED
$$100$$
PAID DAILY
Passion 641-5033

DANCERS DANCERS
$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
DANCERS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 7577370

DANCERS NEEDED
PARADISE ISLAND
Call 998-3111
DJ, DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
641-5033
DOWNTOWN CAFE all
around shift manager.
Appy in person at: Bay-
street Cafe, 233 E. Bay
St. 359-9111 or 730-9111

Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399.1110



Fitness Equipment Area
Sales Manager - for the
Jax area. Self starter,
motivated, some travel.
Email resume
jenn@fitrev.com
of fax 813-870-2896



Drivers-Jacksonville
ATTENTION CLASS
A CDL DRIVERS

Rogers Cartage Co
Jacksonville FI
GREAT HOME TIME
Pay, Benefits, Security,
Equipment!
/ I to 10 Days Dispatch
/ Health, Vision, Dental,
& Prescription coverage
(Family plans cost are
$31.00 or $55.00 weekly)
" Excellent Mileage pay.
/ Loaded mile incentive.
V Longevity pay.
/ Error free shipment
Bonus.
/ Load/unload pay
V Paid Vacation
V Paid Holidays
. Profit sharing & 401(K)
/ 2005 & 2006 model
trucks
Professionals that under-
stand Customer Service
Must have CDL A with
Tanker And Hazmat
endorsement
CALL ED
866 388 0840
Or lust stop by
1160 Eastport Rd.
Jacksonville, FL
DRIVER WANTED
NEED MONEY FAST???
Drive Yellow Cab.
Make as much as you
need! Must have good
background.493-5250 dfw




TRANSPORTATION, INC.

Looking for Professional
Flatbed Drivers.
Minimum two years OTR
experience. Clean MVR,
CDL "A" License, stable
work history, home
most weekends. Our
drivers earn up to
.47cpm. Good benefits
package. Ph :888-809-1476

OTR TEAMS
To run dedicated lane
from Martinsburg, WV
to Jacksonville, FL.
Lane pays up to 45 cpm
to team and we'll keep
you rolling! Great ben-
efits including health,
dental, 401K, paid orien-
tation and vacation.
Call Go-To
Transport at 866-366-4686
Ext. 2531 to learn more.
Go to a better career
at Go-To Transport!




TOMASCELLI'S
Installations/Repairs.
You name it - we'll tile
it..affordably.. 27 yrs
exp. Lic. & Ins. 379-5614



E Child Care
Opening ages 2-4,
for more info call
779-9548 or visit
www/littlebizzybeezday-
care.com. License
#F04Du0412, Mrs. Branda
4 KIDS FIRST
24 hr State Certi-
fied Family Day-
care located in the
Westside. Call Irene at
(904)619-4539 or
(904)424-8584f


Crowfoot, Patchwork, old
ceilings, refinished
smooth ceiling.
Popcorn Removal Lic.
Free Est 7869280
Thompson Drywall




AVON (Indiv. Sales Rep.)
10% off Military&
Senior & with ad
10.00 kit to Start Own
Business 505-4227
www.youravon.com/cstogall
cstegall09@sprintpcs.com


* Educatioi/Teaching/
Training
* Engineering
* Entertainnient
* Executive/Management
* Finance/llnvestment
Soei.ii.l rI ini',

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* lIiJr .lr h I r.ide
* In uit .irie.i.
* L..td il ..ipIL ll GrbillJ
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* M .I itill ii.iilrt
* Mlarkrlntg*
* Medical -i, -lth Care
* NIunir "I rjAje
* Nur-e' Niir'e_ AlJe'


HOME INTERIORS
.inaiviaual Sales Rep.)
10%off Military &
Seniors & with ad
Start Your Own
Business Special 505-4127
www.homeinterlors.com/cstegall
cstegall09@sprintpcs.com



BEST MASSAGE in JAX
Westside. McManus Rd.
446-5504 Appt only
#MM14752



All Professional Painting &
Waterproofing Services Int
& ext, resid & comm, lic &
ins, 28 yrs exp, refs, FREE
estimates - Quality work
10% off all lobs 904-786-9827

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







AC, Heating, Fuel
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/Office
Equipment
Clothes
Collectables
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
Fruits/Vegetables
Finiture/Household
Garage Sales
Garden/Lawn
Hot Tubs/Spas
Jewelry/Watches
Kid's Stuff
Machinery and
Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous
Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods
Tickets
Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade


4 FOODSAVER
by Tilia. Vacuum
package your food.
Jar/Canister
Attachments plus bogs
& manual. Like New!
$22. 268-2482.
SGE Microwave
(White) $50. Win-
dow A/C Unit $50.
Guardian Genera-
tor Automatic transfer
switch 16 circuits. $200.
269-7224
4, GE Top
SFreezer/Refrigera-
4Lf tar. Standard Size,
white, good cond,
used as extra fridge,
call 553-0056, $60 OBO
4, Kenmore Washer
and Dryer- Both
large capacity,
good condition. $25
for each, call 553-0056 or
772-7031
Refrigerator, GE
Arctica, black,
side-by-side,
ice/water dispenser,
like new, must sell!
Mayport Housing, $550
OBO. 904-521-7424, uss-
blanch@yahoo.cam
Washer & Dryer
Full Size. Whirl-
S pool. White. Good
Condition. $250.
269-7224 or 505-6458.
Washer & Dryer For Sale
Full size, Kenmore, only
used 6 months. $400 for
both! 863-412-8085
Washer & Dryer
4 Kenmore Stackable.
Very Good Shape.
$450. Can Deliver.
994-0100
Washer & Dryer
Great Shape, $280,
Can Deliver Call
994-0100


SWasher & Dryer
Kenmore Washer,
L large capacity.
Magic chef Dryer.
Heavy Duty. Both $275.
291-7100
Washer and dryer.
Amono, 2-speed,
stainless steel tubs.
Good Condition.
$100 each. Call
912-576-2044- home
912-674-0161-cell
White Gas Range
Never used, $350.
_1 Leave msg at
292-2239



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

BOSE 904 Speakers
$100.00; Uniden
BC3000 XLT Scan-
ner. $100.00
Desktop Computer
Works Great, exc
Condition, $50.
386-8154
Sony and Apex 27"
Color TV's $75 each.

TV, 2 color 27" TVs
S$75 each.
Call 249-1666



B. Langston Presents
Art, Antiques, Iron &
Everything in between.
1606 Rainbird Ct.
E If Kernan on Running
River, S. of McCormick.
Wed 5-7; Thur. & Fri. 9-4
www.blangston.com



ARMOIRE King Bod, 2
night stands $979 new in
boxes. 391-00iS.Con deliv
BED A Baby Boomers
Memory foomrn set. Now,
10 yr warr 0384. 858-9350


* Office/Clerical/
Administration
* Part-Time
* Personal Services/
Beauty
* Real Estate/Property
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* Pioquons 'Wanted


BED .. : I ' L ..
$399 Call 904-674-0405
BED A Bachelors $95
Deal! Qn set, new
In plastic 398-5200
BED A Bang 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.I
BEDROOM Set Cherry 6
Pc, new, still in boxes
$499. CAN DEL. 398-5200
SCouch $250. Washer
S& Dryer, $75 each.
Mattress Box
/Spring Queen $150.
Microwave $35. T.V. $50.
End/Table w/ lamps $15.
Bakers Rack. 264-6814
Diningroom Furniture
Set Includes: table, 6 chairs,
and china cabinet. Excel-
Cherry wood. $1200/OBO.
SOLID OAK TABLE
w/choirs, $450/lBO. Other
items also available. Mov-
ing, MUST SELL! Please
call (9041-465-4156
4 Dining set for 6;
excellent condition;
tlt solid cherry,
rectangle with
extra leaf. $500.
Call 912-510-0261
Dining Table w/4
Chairs- $150. LR
S Sofa, two chairs
$250 or Sell Sepa-
rately. Call 771-0470 or
434-1952

DRESSER $80






GREAT CONDITION!
VERY STURDY!
CALL 904-207-0900

aDrexel China Hutch
and buffet (antique)
$150. Antique RCA
radio/record player
cabinet w/ records. $150.
Call 269-7224
AT Entertainment
T Center-
SolidWood, Cherry
Stain. 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
SFord F-350 XLT '99
5spd, V-10, 4wd,
Pwr everything,
Custom bed, 102k
ml, $11,000 Call
352-235-6143
Free 1927 white
rotary electric sew-
ing machine
including direc-
tions. Book #12 needs
repair, call 781-8083
King Size Mattress
& Box Springs
Sim.ons
Beautyrest Firm, 20
months old. Perfect
condition. $100 OBO.
Call Brad 729-1225
Lamp $10; Wall
unit, $50; wood
t computer desk $50;
Backers Rack $15.
Washer & Dryer $75
each. grill $50 264-6814
, Livingroom Set-
Etha en Sleeper
4 '.- couch, country
style, including two
chairs, $275. 885-2911
MATTRESS King Size
New, Still in Plastic, $185
Must sell 904-674-0405
MATTRESS Queen Set.
Brand New in plastic $125
Must sell 904-674-0405
MATTRESS A King Size
matt $165. PT Set $249,
new in plastic. 398-5200
Moving Washer and
dryer, full size bed;
bunkbed plus
trundle,
dining-room set, chair,
ottoman, mics. items.
Great condition.
904-703-3013
Nuttuzzi Italian Six
SPiece Queen Sofa
t1 Sleeper, love seat,
contemporary.
Excellent condition.
$600.00. Call Jim 505-7455
S Patio table
with four chairs
L with four pads,
green back and
seat pads sturdy.
Call 221-6688. $65.00


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Recently
Reupholstered 9 ft
couch & 6 it couch,
both in Great
Cond, John 904-612-9998
Shaker Bedroom
Set King Thomas-
VjL ville Dovetail Const.
Include Dresser,
Armoire, $4,000 new,
$750. 885-2911
Sofa and Loveseat
with four built In
recliners. Brand
~'new and tan
leather. Cost- $1350, Sac-
rifce $850. Call 249-1666
Sofa-Great
Condition, $175, Call
L 264-6364. Color
Mauve by Century
SSOFA Leather
Matching Lozyboa
Loather recliner.
Dark Blue. Great
Shape! Sell both $200
OBO. Paul 620-9387
T Sofa, queen size
sleeper and
matching loveseat,
$95 OBO. Both in
good condition.
Call 904-276-8243

pillow, eight foot
sofa, Paid $700,
selling $250. Call
292-9130
TV STAND, two door,
white, solid wood, new
at Target. $100, asking
$40, like new.
904-521-7424,
ussblanch@vaohoo.com
Video/Music Cabinet-
Keep your DVDs, CDs,
VHS Tapes in this Cabi-





J.FAMILY t.IOVING
SALE Ju.- ....c ' . :a
.0 j
K Mrgtlana L-
Everytning Musl Sell
4 Arlington Area-
TVs, DVDs, cloth-
. ing, & more. 8057
Charmont Dr. South
Raymur Villas Complex.
904-651-32999
St Augustine Sat. 6/23 8-1
1001 Lake Apopka Ct.
Southlake on CR210. Bed
computer desk, dresser.
St. Johns Co. Palencia
Sub, Moving sale! Sat
6/23; 9-3; 808 N. End St.
SWESTSI DE- Sat.
June 30th. 8 AM-1
PM, 4339 Timu-
quano Road, baby
collectibles. 5
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Placel




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extras $500 OBO
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SSeat Storage hand
like new caution.
786-4591 or 534-7734.
Only $85.s



SAbove Ground Pool
steps/ladder.
Adjustable for 48"
to 56" deep pools.
Vinyl with a stainless
side, child safety steps
inside. Perfect condi-
tion. Over $300 New.
Asking $185. 912-882-3875
4, Aquarium-40 gal
hexagon w/wood
,l Stand, Pump, filter
extras, $275 for all,
call fr details 534-2571
SBowflex Ultimate
Home Gym-90+
tt exercises, includes
lat tower, leg
attachment 310 Ibs of
resistance. Excellent
condition, $550. 880-7008

Brick pavers
heavy duty
antiques pavers
with various
markings. 100 years
old. Ideal for patios
sidewalks $1 eo.
268-8656

, Couch. Fairly New!
Tan, great shape.
pL Paid $700, selling
for $300. Treadmill.
Folds up. $50. 292-9130
SElectric Scooter Jet
S3 Ultra excellent
4 condition, new bat-
tery charger and
batteries. Call 786-4591
or 534-7734. Only $450.00
SFiagbox, doghouse
style, 17" H X 26W,
l beautiful oak,
like new, $40.
904-781-7076
SFolding ping-pong
table. $100. Ever-
. last punching bag.
(100#) $35.
- Call 269-7224
SLeft behind series
books, set of thir-
teen hardbound,
excellent condition.
$40. 904-781-7076
SMilk can, with lid,
24 inches tall. Old
and heavy, but in
great condition. $38
268-2482
4, Patio Table-Chairs,
Umbrella, Com-
puter/TV Cabinet, 2
table lamps, more
items. Spring Cleaning.
Make offer. 904-269-2258
or 269-2258
4, Riding Mower+
Trailer $1100
Treadmlll-$100 Rod
and Reels-S50
Hondo Riding Lawn-
mower-S500. 6'x12' dual
axle trailer $1000.
904-272-7352
4 Storage Cabinet
holds lots of VHF
tapes, DVDs, or
CDs. Woodgrain,
with lockable doors.
Like new. $45. 268-2482


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Telescope Orion
S Newtonan Reflec-
S tar, 6" mirror
Beginner level ease
w/intermediate level
power. $300 new, $150
OBO (904)372-9113
4 Twin bed, $60;
moving boxes $25
for all; small dvd/tv
combo, 1 year old,
$90 (retail for $170) Coll
912-882-2426 or
352-318-7875
SWestside Estate
Sale Living Rm,
Bedroom Set, Cre-
denza, Make Offer
7453 Greenway Dr.
904-566-7338
X-Box Games-14
games, all work
S 4/5/06, Tiger Woods
Maden '05, ESPN
'05, Dartk ..ol-h Al11 for




Brazilian Rosewood
guitar, Blueridge BR 280
D-45, case, xtras 781-3651


PIANO/LUWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 7140141




Bowflex Ultimate
SGym-With Leg
attachment, New,
Must See, $1400.
Call Terry 673-8422
Bowflex Xtreme - w/leg
extension, good cond.
$400. 904-514-7532
4 Dive Gear-Com-
plete Set, Seaquest
L BC, Sherwood
Regulator, Beuchat
Knife, Dive lights, two
tanks. $900. Call Terry
673-8422
4 STAND-UP-Tony
Boselli Cardboard
Stand-up. Life size.
Color. Perfect for
your alguar room.
Excellent condition. $75.
268-2482
Toolbox for small
truck-Aluminum,
lockable sliding
tray, gray color,
$100. Call Dan 221-5912
or cell 568-4813
, Wetsult 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









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




S2 Free Female
Tabby Cats To
Good Home-Vacci-
noted, Both 3 yrs
old, will separate, call
(912)674-8438
American Bulldogs (Bully
Bulldogs tails docked $400
CKC M/F. Also - Boykin
Spaniels. 912632-1777
Boston Terrier Pups AKC
2/M, 1/F S/W HC, taking
deposits 864-6047 864-6045
CHIHUAHUA; Maltese;
Cock-A-Poo Pups, CKC
229-532-4864 / 912-389-0234
Dachshund Mini PUPS
CKC HC Plebald&solids
home raised 386-328-0907
English Bulldog Puppies
pure breed, cute, lots of
winkles, shots, hith cert,
Only $1000. 386-623-2275
FREE KITTENS. Beauti-
ful. Various colors and
patterns. Males &
females. Litter trained.
approx. 7 wks. old. Free
to gd home. 904-777-0074
GERMAN SHEPARD
AKC HIP cert, wormed
& 1st shots, 912-882-2204
or 912-222-4488
GREAT DANES PUPPIES
AKC Beautiful pick yours
NOW. $650 & up. 879.1705
Great Pyrenees Pups reg,
cert. sell or trade $200up
352-260-7020, 352-473-1241
HAVANESE - AKC,
8WKS. M/F, champ. sired
$1800. 352-787-8669
Jack Russells reg chipped
352-595-4072
www.butterballform.com
LAB PUPS AKC &
GERMAN SHORT HAIR
POINTER PUPS, AKC,
229-532-4864 / 912-389-0234
MINI SCHNAUZERS blk,
or salt & pepper, AKC,
HC, 8wks, 655-0754
Olde English pups WBA
Reg. Lots of wrinkles!
$800 pictures avail
gilberts4020000yahoo.com
912-389-1035
POODLES Toy Pups 2.5
mos. AKC, HC, apricots
& part $450. 352-468-2033
PUG PUPPIES
FAWN $200. negotiable
Jacksonville 321-806-8050
PUPS MUST GO! Aussie
150,Jack Russel 350,Pug
500,Basset 180,Shih Tzu
400,Papillion 250,Westle
300,Chihuahua
400,Yorkle 700,1LB Ter-
rier 700,Strd Poodle
250,Bulldog 150, Shih-
Poo 300,Schnauzer 350,
Dachshound 250 881-8828
SCARLET MACAW: talk-
ing 4 yrs, 2 cages $2000.
Moluccan Cockatoo Ig
cage $1200. 904-477-5914
SHELTIE PUPS.
BORN 4/8/07. AKC.
Call 904-230-7275
WELCH CORGI's 8wks,
AKC, M/F, hithy, loves
kids. $500. 352-472-5489
YORKIE AKC, all shots,
male, 5 mo old, crate
trained, very energetic.
$400. Call 904-744-8154


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Name (please print):


Donkeys male & female
several standard very
gentle. 282-4571
Ranch Gilding Appaloosa,
started on cows, team
roping, very athletic
beautiful horse. $3500.
386-931-0928



No Gas Needed I 14'
Row/sail boat,
wood/fiberglass and
trailer, $600. Call
912-673-6888
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AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600

AUDI JACKSONVILLE
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000


BENTLEY- ORLAND
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/OdtandoFI 407-339-3443


TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
6914 Blanding Blvd 777-2500

GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060

CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Soufthside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADIUAC
7999 Balending Blvd. 778-7700
PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, St Aug (904)824-9181


COUSIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GAMBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Phiips Hwy. 398-3036
PINEVIEW CHEVROLET
Macdenny 259-6117
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041


ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 3544421
CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fem Bch.
1-800-228-7454

ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 3&544421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exi 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


BOZARDFORD
St Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlanic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673

NIMNICHT PONT1AC-GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

COGGIHN ON ATANIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGINHONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S Hwy.1 S. 1-800456-1689
JVALHOIA
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900
LOU SOBH HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277

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

ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200

CITYISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.dtyautomotive.com

MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500

ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bc. 1-00-228-7454

RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078


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

MATENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000

ARil011F LiUlf liDA EIG Y
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIFFIN ULINC N MERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000


LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992

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


BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cilyautomoive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautomove corn

COGGIN NISSAN-ATIANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
E NSHADISSANOFJAX
1810 CassatAve. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755U.S.ISott,StAug. 904-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400

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


BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155


ROLLS ROYCE- OR0DO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Odando R 407 33-3443


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


SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071
SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-820)


SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455


KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7703
CITYSUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www cityautomotive.com


ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762
COGGIN TOYOTA - AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Cirde. 771-9100
ULIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 3894561


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

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

PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694



BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
www.beachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
Tom Bush BMW
9910 Atlantic Blvd. - 371-4381
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. . 371-4877
WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St 356-8491




JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000
WORLD IMPORTS
www.wodrdimportsusa.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


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CHEVY CORVETTE Triple
black CVT 6spd, chrome fac-
tory wheels new tires must
see enthusiast dream car
$28,988 TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
CHEVY SSR OS-Silver, V8.
6 0 Aulo. All wheel
drive 25k miles Excel.
leni Conditlon. %29.100
Or Bef Oiler 545-9231
SChevy Suburban
1990, 472 BBC 700R4
8" lift 3" body life,
39.5" Baggers, 35"
procomps. 1 ton drive
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 21, 2007


Chrysler Town & Country
LXI '00 Dark blue, 3.8L
135Kmi, $4750. 213-7906
CHRYSLER LEBARON
'95 Convertible 83K Hurry
$990 904-564-7826
y CHRYSLER 300C
'06. Leather, CD,
sunroof, navigation.
AWD. Only $25,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER SEBRING
'06. Gold, auto, V6
$299/mo. WAC. 899-5853

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CROSSFIRE
2004
"Blazing Red"
SLimited Edition
I MOTIVATED
SELLER!!
Loaded, 36,000 mi.
7/70 Warranty,
I exc. cond.
*REDUCED*
$18,500 OBO
L 612-8015 |

DODGE CALIBER SXT '07
slytlish with 2.0 litre- gas
saving, power plant, save
thousands, now $15,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
Fish Tank octagon
S20 Gal; all included.
1lb Currently running.
$75. utility trailer
4x8 feet holds 42' cut
ridding lawn tractor.
$300. OBO. 887-9042 or
777-8120
Ford Explorer
Sport XLT. 2003;
one owner.
43,000 miles.
Looks/runs great.
Keyless entry. $10K.
Coll Jamie 376-5357
, FORD F-150 XL
1999, long bed with
tool box. 190K $3800.
Excellent condition.
Tel: 338-1264
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Ford Thunderbird
V6UL '92-New Tires,
pump, power steer-
ing, electrical system.
Needs rebuilt engine
$300. Call (912)576-2044
& GLS Beetle '03
Silver, with Black
S top, Leather Inte-
rior, New Tires,
Convertible, Good
Condition. 904-264-0582
Honda Accord DX '02
.Dark blue, 4 cyl, auto,
103K ml, $5750. 213-7906
HONDA CIVIC EX '04
Auto 50K Excellent
Condition $159 Pints
904-564-7826
y HONDA CIVIC '05
9 Coupe. 34,000 miles.
White/tan. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HYUNDAI AZERA LIMITED
'06 Luxury for less leather
sunroof NADA MSRP 24,400
Reduced $21,988 12k ml
SAVE Thousands
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
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V6 Leather triptronic Trans
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Jaguar XJ6 1994,
S 157K, AT Power
everything, sun
roof, new paint,
runs great. Van Plow
edition. $3500. Call
904-294-8186. Must See! !
LEXUS LX450 1997.
151,000 miles. runs
excellent, loaded
$9000 OBO.
Phone-912-729-4830 after
5:00 PM.
LINCOLN TOWN CAR-
LIMO '99 Super Strech
Loaded. $3975. 674-4444
S MAZDA 6 '04
Silver/gray, CD,
AT, leather $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Mazda Millenia 5
'01 Loaded, Low
mileage, great con-
dition, $12,000 OBO.
Call Travis (904)378-9964
MAZDA RX8 '03. Auto,
leather, sunroof.
$329/mo. Call 899-5853
MERCEDES C230 '99
Kompressor. Black,
leather, loaded, 76Kmiles.
$11,975. Call 674-4444
MINI COOPER S '03
speed, leather, loaded.
$299/mo. WAC. 899-5853
MITSUBISHI
| Eclipse GT Coupe.
I 2006. Red. 30,000 mi
$18,000
819-8362
MITSU ECLIPSE '02
auto owner a/c looks
& runs great $3900
904-564-7826
, Nissan 240SX 1989,
fastback, charcoal
*L gray, 5 speed with
sun roof, runs good.
$1200
Call 276-0383
NISSAN 350Z CPE '06
only 9k mi A/T Bose, still
smells new $26,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
NISSAN ALTIMA '98
Auto, A/C Low Miles OBO
$3900 904-564-7826

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

4 F.r.r ,oc G ror.3 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 AM '03
4DR A/C Pwr pkg sunroof
CD only 37k mi Now $10,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
PONTIAC TRANS AM
WS6 Rare specimen tee tops
leather low miles must see
and drive $17,488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
SUZUKI RENO or
FRENZA '07
Side Airbags w/100K Warr
only $12,897 or $109/mo.
w.a.c. 307-8680
TOYOTA AVALON '02
XL. Loaded, extra clean
$12,975. Call 674-4444
TOYOTA AVALON
'06 Limited, Fully
Equipped. $29,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Toyota Corolla '05-
AC/Auto, power
windows, power
doors, spoiler, sport
pkg, 6 CD, beautiful car,
perfect condition, 4 yr
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2003 AUDI TT
Coupe, AT. 26,000 mi
$22,900
2002 AUDI TT
Cabrio. Red
$22,900
2004 BMW 330Ci
Cabrio. Sport pack,
AT, low miles
$34,900
2005 BMW 325i
Auto, white, SR
$27,900
2004 BMW 740i
Black, fact warr
$45,900
2003 BMW 540ia
Low miles
$29,900
'06 INFINITI
QX56
Loaded, fact warr.
$39,900
'06 CHEVY
CORVETTE '06
Coupe, Burgundy
$43,900
'05 BMW 530i '06
fact. warranty
$37,900
'06 MINI
COOPER
Loaded, only 10,000 mi
$24,900
'04 JEEP
WRANGLER
SAHARA. Black
$17,900
'05 FORD
MUSTANG
Red. Only 1300 miles
$17,900
'01 TOYOTA
COROLLA S
S/R, auto, 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
G35 Black, SR, auto
$26,900
'07 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER
$27,900


C TOYOTA
C- COROLLA '05. Only
30K miles. $11,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA CAMRY
2006 4-DR LE Sedan
' 14.000 miles.
rGarage Kept. Exc.
Cond. Jean 449-4104.
$18,000 FIRM
TOYOTA COROLLA S '04
A/T, A/C alloy wheels, 37k
miles, affordable, reliable,
reduced $12,488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
TOYOTA HIGHLANDER '03
SUV NADA 15,675 reduced
AIT pwr pko, dependable
Ollly $13,988 TOM BUSH
MINI Certified Pre-Own
371-4877
VOLKSWAGEN GOLF '99
All power & Sunroof A/C
OBO $3950 904-564-7826
VOLVO V40 2004,
silver, sunroof,
leather, all power
$12,000 OBO
904-434-6498
Volvo V70 T5 2001,
loaded, sunroof, cd
tlchanger, leather,
O 72,000 miles, $10,500
OBO. 904-434-6498
VOLVO XC90 T6 AWD '03
Luxury SUV at affordable
price, 3rd seat leather,
loaded $22,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
, VW BEATLE GLS,
silver with black
t1l convertible top,
leather interior;
new tires, good condi-
tion. 904-264-0582
SVW BEETLE '03
Convertible, GLS.
l Still under
Warranty! $17,900
OBO. Only 30k miles.
Monsoon 6-CD changer,
fuel economic I Navy
Blue color, automatic.
254-5345

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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
Tires. Great
Mechanical Condi-
tion. Clean. Very Reli-
able. $3400 OBO. 282-9581
Chevy S-10 2003,
truck with cover,
dark blue, 6 cylin-
der, 5 speed truck,
good condition with
58,523 miles. $9,000.
Call 542-5990 Ext. 222
Chevy Silverado '04
SExt Cob, Black, 28k
miles, 5.3 liter V8.
LOADED!
Smoke-free, bed cover,
Bose Premium, cloth,
tow pkg, IMMACU-
LATE, $18,000,
Negotiable. 912-674-3792
CHEVY SUBURBAN LS
'99 4x4, V8, auto, dual AC,
3rd seat, loaded. $8975.
Call 777-9119
CHEVY TAHOE LT '99
Dual AC, leather, Loaded
96K mi. $7975. 674-4444
SChevy Tahoe '02
56k miles, Fully
I/Loaded, 4 in Ran-
cho 33 in tires,
DVD/CD/TV, flip down
speakers, only asking
$21 k. 773-3890
CHRYSLER PACIFICA
TOURING - '05, red
pearl coat, tan leather,
3rd seat, power lift gate,
CD/DVD, 36,000 miles.
$17,000. 904-631-6991
DODGE DAKOTA 5LT '06
Club cab, pwr pkg, lump
seats, only 24k warr$16,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
DODGE DAKOTA
SLT '06. V8, 4dr,
only 4000 miles.
$18,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE DURANGO SLT
'04. 3rd row seat,
leather, low miles. 4 to
choose starting at
$299/mo. WAC. 899-5853
DODGE INTREPID '99
20" New Rims & Tires,
Tint Nice Ride
$4,988 307-8680
DODGE RAM '05 Crew Cob
Big Horn Edition leather,
sunroof factory fresh only
18k $20,988 TOM BUSH
MINI Certified Pre-Own
371-4877
DODGE RAM SLT
1500 Hemi Crew
Cab '05. $18,880
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
4 Ford Explorer XLT
'97 97k miles, Ithr
t interior, new Mich-
elins, towing pkg,
fog lights, white ext,
gray int. $5,200.
904-338-4780
( FORD EXPEDI-
TION '03. Fully
equipped. $16,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

FORD F150 1995
4X4, 130K miles,
new tires, good
condition $8200
904 386-4210
FORD F150 SUPERCAB '00
Lariet 5.4, V8, full power,
cared for, low mi $10,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
FORD F250 LARIAT
SUPER DUTY '06 4x4,
power stroke diesel, V8,
leather, running boards.
!io, amr, A i7 fi-8, 3 S8u


FORD F250 Super
Duty Turbo Diesel
4x4 '06 Lariat
$36,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD RANGER '01 Xcab
XLT, V6, AT, AC, Low
Miles. $7975. 674-4444
4, Ford Ranger 1992.
V6, 5 spd., air, ps,
V"Lpb, aluminum top-
per. New clutch.
Bed mats. Exceptional
condition. $2225. 268 2482
FORD RANGER
2001 XLT Super Cab
V6. AC. Cruise Tilt
Bed Liner
AM-FM-CD. $6000 Firm.
Jean 449-4104.
GMC DENALI '05
Leather, CD, DVD,
sunroof. Only 23,000
miles. $29,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GMC SIERRA 1500 '02
X-Cab, Bed Liner, Tool
Box, Only $11,788
307-8680
GMC SIERRA 1500 '06
Quad Cab BIk, Low Miles
Bed Liner Tool Box Only
$16,988 307-8680
GMC SONOMA SLS '03
$199 per mo. WAC.
Call 899-5853
HYUNDAI SANTA FE GLS
'04 Pwr pkg, sunroof, A/C,
low mi, warranty $13,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
SINFINITI FX45 '03
Only 35,000 miles.
Tech pkg $29,480
9984012


INFINITI FX45 '04
Pearl white/tan,
fully equip. $30,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ISUZU P.U. XCab '07
75k Warr, Alloys, Chrome
Grill $107/mo. w.a.c.
$12,988 307-8680
JeeP Grand
Cherokee '98-4x4,
Ithr, alloy wheels,
upgrade everything,
needs bumper, $5000
OBO. Call 287-1905 or
534-0271
S JEEP Grand
Cherokee 1998 4X4.
Alloy wheels.
Leather. Every-
thing upgraded- $5000
OBO. Needs Bumper.
287-1905 or 534-0271
JEEP LIBERTY Sport
4x4 '07. V6. $375/mo.
WAC Call 899-5853
JEEP WRANGLER
SPORT'01 HARDTOP
Black V6 A/C 56,700 Miles.
$14,975. Call 699-9669
Jeep Wrangler '95
2.5L/4cyl, 125k miles,
blue w/black soft top,
good condition.
Drives/Runs good, not
abused. $5500 OBO.
(912)510-9460 or
(912)674-9460 anytime.
JEEP WRANGLER X -06
Trail Rated 4x4 Xhrome pkg
low mi ANT 4.0 Line $19,488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
Lexus RX 350 08 - 1 K mi.
BlIue/tan, 18in wheels,.


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RANGE ROVER
HSE '06. Like new,
bik/blk, fully equip.
$49,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
'99 White, Ithr, loaded,
low mi. $11,975. 674-4444
MITSU SPORT SUV '98
Clean, Full Power, Tow
Pkg, Great Cond.
$3,988 307-8680
y NISSAN MURANO
'04. Leather, CD,
sunroof, only 36,000
mi. $23,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Nissan Pathfinder 5
spd, V6, Runs. $800
Firm 904-316-7218
NISSAN XTERRA XE '01
Yellow, auto, A/C, Loaded
$10,975. Call 674-4444
7 SATURN OUT-
LOOK XR '07. Only
1,000 miles. Fully
equipped. $31,440
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SCION xB '05. Auto, AC,
loaded, 37,000 miles,
$13,975. Call 674-4444
� SCION xB '06. Only
9 15,000 mi. Like new.
$15,760 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SSUZUKI GRAND
VITARA EX '05


'07.4x4. $399/mo. WAC
Call 099-5853



Leather, CD, fully
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER '04







equipped. $26,8800

LEXUS OF JAC. KSONVILLE


Cab. V6, AT, AC, loaded,
43K ml. $17,975. 674-4444
TOYOTA TUNDRA '04
LeAuto, ACther, LWBCD, ful64Kly




miles. $9975. 674-4444
ToYota Tundra '02
VB, Limited Access
Cab. TRD Off Road
C (SR5), Ithr, loaded,
immaculate, $13,500
521-8661
TOYOTA TACOMA
XRunner '06 .Sspeed,
rare truck $399/mo
WAC. Call 899-5853
Utility Trailer 4x8
Foot, lights, sare-
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$1975. 268-2482
DODGE RAM HIGHTOP
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59K ml. $12,975. 674-4444
DODGE Grand
Caravan Ex Model.
2003. Power side
doors. Excellent
shape. 49,800 miles. Full
warranty till Oct 07.
Paul 620-9387
FORD E350 XLT '06 Super
Duty passenger van rear
A/C full power only 13k mi
$18,988 TOM BUSH MINI
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FORD WINDSTAR SE '03
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SPontiac Montana
1999, 137,000 miles
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$5,200 OBO, lots of
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Wheels & Tires 2006
tlModel, New conti-
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ACURA MDX '05
Navigation, CD,
sunroof, fully equip
$28,680 998-0012
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BUICK RENDEZVOUS
'03. $239 per mo. WAC.
Call 899-5853
CADILLAC ESCALADE
'03. AWD, white diamond,
fully loaded, 49,800 miles.
$27,975. Call 674-4444
CADILLAC ESCALADE
'00 Loaded Low Miles
DVD Must See $11,990
904-564-7826
Chevy Colorado
SPickup '05 4 dr, AT,
J, AC, 4 cylinder,
15,000 miles, one
owner, like new, $16,000.
Ornge Park 904-272-7352
SChevy Pickup '95
V8 engine, needs
restoration, lots of
brand new parts.
$5,500. Call 904-338-8529
CHEVY S-10 '03 X-Cab
LS. 4cyl, 5spd. 31,000 mi,
Clean! $8975. 674-4444
Chevy S-10 Blazer '97
White, 4.3L-Vortec,
Remanuf Engine, less
than 1500 miles.
2WD/4DR, exceptional
sound system. New
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