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Last change of command NAS Jax

Sea Control Wing,

U.S. Atlantic Fleet

holds final ceremony
By YNCS(AW/SW) 1. D. Lovell
CSCWL Public Affairs Officer
Capt. Evan Piritz will relieve
Capt. Joseph McClain as com-
mander, Sea Control Wing,
U.S. Atlantic Fleet today at NAS
Piritz attended California
Polytechnic University in 1985 with
a Bachelor of Science degree in
civil engineering. He was commis-
sioned through the Aviation Officer
Candidate program and designated
an ensign in November 1985.
Upon designation as a naval flight
officer in March 1987, Piritz reported
to VS-41 in San Diego, for initial S-3A
Viking flight training. He reported to
the "Sawbucks" of VS-37 in January
1988 stationed at NAS North Island,
Calif. making two deployments to the
Indian Ocean in support of Operation
Desert Shield.
In February 1991, Piritz was
assigned to VS-41 as a fleet replace-
ment squadron instructor. In June
1993, Piritz reported to the USS
Tripoli (LPH-10) and served as the
ship's navigator. During this tour,
he deployed to the Indian Ocean and
Arabian Gulf in support of Operation
Support Hope and Vigilant Warrior
and achieved the surface warfare offi-
cer qualification. In October 1995,
he reported to the Bureau of Naval
Personnel in Washington, DC serving
as the VS junior officer detailer.
Piritz reported to the "Red Griffins"
of VS-38 in March 1998 for his depart-

Capt. Evan Piritz Capt. Joseph McClain

ment head tour. During this tour,
he deployed to the Indian Ocean and
Arabian Gulf in support of Operation
Southern Watch. Upon completion of
his department head tour, he report-
ed to VS-41 as the executive officer in
February 2000 where he was selected
for operational command and slated
to the "Maulers" of VS-32.
He reported as executive officer of
VS-32 two weeks after 9/11 and imme-
diately deployed to the Mediterranean
and Indian Ocean in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom in the
war against terrorism. Piritz assumed
command of VS-32 in May 2002. In
September 2003, he reported to USS
Nimitz as the air boss. He made one
deployment to the North Arabian Gulf
in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
He then attended the Joint Forces
Staff College to complete his joint edu-
cation en route to a NATO assignment
at the Supreme Headquarters Allied
Powers Europe in Mons, Belgium.
During this tour he was selected for
major command.
McClain's next assignment will be

Department of the Navy Staff Office
of Legislative Affairs in Washington,
Sea Control Wing, U.S. Atlantic
Fleet, was established in April 1973
as the command wing for all oper-
ational S-3 "Viking" aircraft on the
U.S. East Coast. After 24 years at
NAS Cecil Field, the wing relocated to
NAS Jacksonville in 1997.
The staff is charged with main-
taining the material and operation-
al readiness of three Atlantic Fleet
fixed wing, carrier-based sea control
squadrons. The wing also serves as
the immediate superior of the Sea
Control Weapons School.
The Sea Control Wing provides the
oversight and community guidance
for all surface and electronic warfare
issues, maintenance developments,
and operational readiness factors
impacting the VS community.
This will be the last change of com-
mand ceremony in the history of the
S-3 "Viking" community, as the com-
munity is scheduled for decommis-
sioning in early 2009.

Medical troops return from Cuba

By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jax Marketing
The waiting area in the NAS
Jacksonville air terminal was
buzzing with family members
and well-wishers all anxiously await-
ing the arrival of medical personnel
returning from Cuba July 7.
Having served a six-month deploy-
ment in support of the Joint Task
Force mission at Naval Hospital
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, about two-
dozen Naval Hospital Jacksonville"
and Branch Health Clinic personnel
returned to cheers, hugs and kisses.
Among those waiting for the plane's
arrival were Brenda Rosado and her
daughter, Nahir. They were nervous-
ly waiting for HM2 Marcos Rosado to
arrive. He served an initial six months
in Cuba and voluntarily extended for
an additional five months. "Thank
God they let him come home in July
because he wasn't supposed to come
back until August," remarked Brenda.
When HM2 Rosado entered the ter-
minal, he was greeted with a big hug
from 4-year-old Nahir who was carry-
ing a large welcome home sign. "She
is thinking about skates. Her dad
said he .was going to buy her skates,"
Brenda said.
While her husband was deployed,
Brenda purchased a home for the
family. "He doesn't even know where
it is! They have started construction
and have already put in the plumbing.
We are going there when we leave the
airport." she said.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville has a
dual mission of providing care to ser-



Photos by HM I(SW) Michael Morgan
Lt. Cmdr. Sean McGrath enjoys a family moment as he returns from a six-month
deployment in Cuba as he squeezes his daughter, Kristen's shoulders while she
clicks a family photo. A shy 2-year-old, Michael clings to his mother, Imee's leg as
the McGrath's daughter, Megan poses for the picture.
vice members, retirees and military
families who live in the Jacksonville ,'
area or near one of its branch health
clinics. It also has a readiness mis-
sion of providing health care to
deployed warfighters around the
globe. Currently almost 13 percent of
the hospital staff is deployed in sup-
port of the global war on terror.

Arriving at the NAS Jacksonville air
terminal after serving nearly a year in
Cuba, HM2 Marcos Rosado hugs his
4-year-old daughter, Nahir as his wife,
Brenda looks on. .,. ....

XO to retire

By Kaylee LaRocque

N AS Jax Executive Officer Capt. Chuck
Tamblyn will retire after 25 years of distin-
guished naval service during a ceremony at
Hangar 117 tomorrow. The guest speaker will be his
good friend, retired Navy Cmdr. Frank Lorenz.
Tamblyn. a native of Hillsdale, Mich., graduated
from the United States Naval Academy in 1982 with a
Bachelor of Science degree in economics.
Upon com-
pletion of
flight training
in Pensacola.
Fla. he was
designated a
naval flight
officer in
Fe bruary
1994. After
S-3A replace-
ment train-
ing at VS-41
Sin San Diego,
rep o rt - Capt. ChuckTamblyn
ed to the-
"Scouts" of VS-24 where he served as a maintenance
branch officer and naval flight officer (NFO) NATOPS
officer. While attached to the Scouts, he made two
Mediterranean and one North Atlantic deployments on
board USS Nimitz (CVN 68).
In. June 1988, Tamblyn reported to VS-27 where he
was assigned as a fleet replacement instructor and
NFO curriculum officer for the S-3A/B aircraft. In
March 1990, he reported on board USS Kitty Hawk
(CVN 63) for duty as assistant navigator. During this
tour, the ship traveled on a 15,000-nautical-mile tran-
sit of South America that returned the Kitty Hawk to
her homeport of San Diego.
In January 1992, Tamblyn reported to Commander,
Strike Fighter Wings Atlantic (CSFWL) as the admin-
istration officer. Following CSFWL's decommissioning
in October 1992, he was assigned to Commander, Sea
Control Wing Atlantic as the VS operations officer.
The next year, Tamblyn joined the "Checkmates" of
See TAMBLYN, Page 8

Fire chiefpinned

Lt. Cmdr. Jim Warmowski Memorial Ride scheduled ing lot on CR-220 and ride to the site or the acclaent, sou
All cyclists and friends of former NAS Jacksonville Tri-athlete Lt. Cmdr. Jim Springs. NAS Jax Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.) Gregg Gillette will
Warmowski are invited to participate in the fifth anniversary memorial ride of service and a Navy Band Southeast bugler will play taps.

th of Green Cove
conduct a special

Jim's tragic death. The peloton will have police escort. For information, call Miriam Gallet at
Cyclists will meet Sunday at 8 a.m. in the Fleming Island Winn Dixie park- 542-5588.

Photo by MC2(AW/NAC) Lynn Friant
NAS jax Fire Chief Randy Hall (center) is officially pinned
by Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm.
Mark Boensel (right) and NAS Jacksonville Prospective
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. July 9 at the
fire house. Hall was named officially named base fire
chief during the promotion ceremony. "Being selected as
the fire chief of what I consider the premier military base
in the country is a humlling and great honor. I appreci-
ate the confidence that Capt. Dobson has shown in me
in making the selection. To be able to serve my country
and the absolute finest young men and women who are
defending our freedoms is a lifetime achievement," said

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Two reasons Dustin's

winging was unforgettable

By Sarah Smiley the deal. How could I pin my father- stage, my in-laws and I followed, just
Special Contributor in-law's heirloom wings on my hus- like every other family. Unlike every
-band? other group, however, my father-in-

y 1us anL, uusn, goT, 1Js
naval aviator wings in
September 1999 in Pensacola,
Fla. The date really isn't relevant (to
me; I'm sure it's very relevant to the
military), except to point out that it
was only eight weeks after our wed-
ding. What this means is that Dustin
and I were both young, thin, and with-
out children. We went to the after-
party and didn't worry about a baby-
sitter. I wore shorts and didn't think
about my legs. Dustin had more hair,
less forehead.
But mostly, what our youth and
. new marriage meant was that I still
felt like my husband was on loan from
his parents. Dustin called his parents'
house, not our apartment, "home." We
felt at the mercy of our parents and
i~eir plans for family holidays. My
i-laws knew more about Dustin than
'.,(Keep all this in mind when I tell
you about the winging ceremony.)
. Somewhere along the way, while
planning for the upcoming winging
and deluge of relatives, an unfore-
seen quandary was brought to my
attention: who would pin on Dustin's
wings, his dad (a former Navy pilot)
or me?
"Your dad will, of course," I said to
Dustin. I still felt like he belonged to
them, not me.
"But I want you to do it," Dustin
said. He was excited about being mar-
ried and desired to stay that way.
Then Dustin's dad mentioned that
he'd like to give Dustin his old aviator
wings, and that pretty much sealed

Dustin, still tleeling uneasy aboUUUtL
the situation and perhaps realizing
that eventually the whole thing would
explode in his face (he's such a smart
man), came up with a deal. His dad
would do the ceremonial pinning, but
then Dustin would present me with
an aviator sweetheart pin
This sounded good to me. Everyone
was happy.
As the ceremony drew near, how-
ever, I began to feel upset. I thought,
"Why should my father-in-law do the
wings when I'm to one who's kept din-
ner warm when Dustin's flights went
late? Aren't I the one who unpacked
our apartment in one day only to pack
it all up again seven weeks later?
Didn't I help Dustin practice his emer-
gency procedures? Wasn't I the one
who put my career on hold, waiting to
get settled at the next duty station?"
So my father-in-law gave Dustin' life.
I realize that. But still!
Dustin searched for the best sweet-
heart pin to show how much he appre-
ciated all I had done for him. "And it
will be you and me-a team-when I
give you this at the ceremony," he told
If you've, never been to a winging,
let me explain it to you by saying
that it's just like a graduation, except
everyone is in uniform, no one jumps
off the stage and does the peace sign
for their classmates,' and the "gradu-
ates" aren't headed to careers of their
own choosing. They're going where
Uncle Sam sends them (and some of
their wives aren't happy about it).
When my husband was called on

law gave a speech before pinning on
Dustin's wings. (This is the first rea-
son why everyone from that winging
class usually remembers the Smileys.)
Once my father-in-law finished and
Dustin was "winged," Dustin turned
to me, presumably to give me my pin.
He hugged me and whispered in my
ear. I thought he whispered, "I love
you." So I said quite loudly, "I love
you, too!" Then he whispered again,
"No, I forgot it. I forgot the pin. I don't
have it."
A second later we were all shuffled
off stage. I was crying. (This is the
second reason why everyone from that
winging class usually remembers the
I hate to make this about me, but,
well, as any military wife knows, our
husband's career asks a lot of us. It's
a team effort. Wingings and promo-
tions are often meant to recognize the
force behind the man/woman as much
as they are to recognize the active-
duty service member.
"At my first promotion," Dustin
promised later, "it will be you who
does the honors."
That moment came last week.
(To be continued...)
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.dom.


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CDC has openings for children-
The NAS Jax Child Development Center currently.
has openings from children 24-35 months. For more
information, call 542-5434.


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

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

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer.................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer......................Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief..............................CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer........................................................ Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer................................. Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station jacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor............................................................... ........ Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor............................... MC1(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer........................... ......................AO1 (AW) Ron McClain
Design/Layout ............................................................. George Atchley
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Time for student checkups

Naval Hospital Jax to hold school and sport physical marathon

From the Naval Hospital lax Public
Affairs Office

It's almost that time again! Put
on your jogging shoes for Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's Family
Practice and Pediatric Department
"School and Sports Physicals
Marathon." This annual event allows
TRICARE Prime beneficiaries with a
Primary Care Manager (PCM) at the
hospital to get their physical prior
to the start of the new school year.
The event will run for three consecutive
Thursday in August. The dates are Aug.
2, 9 and 16 with appointments avail-
able from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. All patients,
regardless of whether their PCM enroll-
ment site is within the hospital, will be
seen in Family Practice Clinic.
School physical are typically
required by most schools before entry
into pre-school or kindergarten or if
the child is starting in a new school

system. Most schools and club sports
teams like Pop Warner require a pre-
participation sports physical for stu-
dents to take part in team tryouts or
other physical education programs.
This ensures the child is medically fit
to play the chosen sport.
Parents should bring any school and
sports physical forms along with their
children's personal shot record to the
appointment. Children should dress
in shorts, short-sleeved, loose fit-
ting T-shirts, and girls should wear a
sports bra. Plan to arrive 30 minutes
prior to your group appointment to
complete all the necessary paperwork.
In addition to getting your chil-
dren's sports physical done, the
Marathon will feature information on
a wide range of health and safety top-
ics provided by hospital staff from the
Wellness Center, NAS Jax Security
and Fire Departments and more.

If you are new to the area and have
not transferred your TRICARE Prime
enrollment, now is an excellent time
to make the switch to the hospital. If
your child is not enrolled in Prime,
you may want to enroll now and save
the $25 or more it costs to get this
physical done in a local doctor's office.
Remember, there is no enrollment
fee for active duty family members.
For more information about the mili-
tary health plan, contact the Health
Benefits Center at 542-9164.
To schedule either a school physical
or a pre-participation sports physi-
cal for children enrolled at the facil-
ity, call Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Central Appointments at 542-4677.
If you can not make the marathon
dates, a limited number of physical
appointments will be available prior
to the new school year. Start off the
new school year right and book early!

f you own a motorcycle, consider
riding to work on July 18. Help
raise the awareness of motorcy-
cles in our community.
Come to the motorcycle range on
base (next to the used car lot on
Birmingham Avenue) and practice
your riding skills and get informa-
tion about changes in Florida poli-
cy regarding motorcycle's beginning
August 2007 and the mandatory
Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF)
classes for all residents of Florida
beginning July 2008.

The range will be set up for skill
practice from 11a.m. to 3 p.m.
As a reminder, you must be in com-
pliance with Department of Defense
Instruction 6055.4, OPNAV 5100.12G,
Commander, Navy Region Southeast
Instruction 5100.1 and NAS Jax
5100.12B to ride a motorcycle on
naval installations.
You must have a motorcycle license,
registration, insurance, MSF class
completion card and be in proper pro-
tective equipment.
If you do not already have base
decals, but have completed the above

requirements, you may be eligible get
a temporary pass. Personal protection
equipment consists of a Department
of Transportation approved helmet,
eye protection, long sleeve shirt or
jacket, full finger gloves and sturdy
footwear (brightly colored during day,
reflective at night).
Visit http://www.ridetowork.org/
ride-to-work-worldwide and learn
more about Ride to Work Day, as well
as picking up some interesting facts
regarding motorcycles.
For more information, call 542-

New Web site helps monitor heat and weather conditions

By AOI(AW) Ron McClain
Staff Writer
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
and the base safety office con-
tinuously work together to
monitor weather conditions and heat
To better serve NAS Jax employees
and residents, a heat stress monitor-
ing device has been installed outside
the Naval Branch Health Clinic to
monitor the weather conditions. The

device is used to inform the various
commands and personnel at NAS Jax
of area weather conditions.
The base purchased this monitoring
device to take instantaneous reads of
weather conditions. The information
is then downloaded into a computer
allowing the hospital and safety office
to review the readings.
The system updates itself every
minute to allow the command per-
sonnel to review a Web site to learn
current weather conditions enabling

them to make safe command decisions
regarding working outside and partic-
ipating in physical fitness activities.
To check the new Web site for local
weather information, go to http://nav-
The Web site can also be accessed
from home computers because it is an
external Web site.
For more information, contact
William Osborne at 542-3500, Ext.
8864 or Ron Williamson at 542-4029.

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'Topcats' at sea

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Photo by MC3 Ion Hyde
A S-3B Viking, attached to the "Topcats" of VS-31, lands
on the flight deck of Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS
John C. Stennis (CVN 74) July 3. Stennis and Carrier Air
Wing (CVW) 9 are on a scheduled deployment in support
of the global war on terrorism and maritime operations.
Maritime operations help set the conditions for security
and stability in the maritime environment, as well as com-
plement counter-terrorism and security efforts of regional

Our Vision,
"First in Service!"
means listening to you,
our patients, and
allowing you to voice
your compliments,
concerns and
suggestions. At this
Town Hall Meeting
you're able to do just
that with face-to-face
time with the hospital's
leadership. We look
forward to seeing
you there!

Naval Hospital Jacksonville
invites you to a Town Hall
Meeting in the Child Street
Cafe (Hospital Galley)
aboard NAS Jacksonville,
July 18 at 2 p.m.

Health Fair Topics
* Learn about Gardasil, the new vaccine
against human papilloma virus for
females 9 to 26 years of age
* Learn why preventive medicine is so
important to you and your family
* Learn about summer skin care
* Subject matter experts will be standing
by to answer your TRICARE questions
All active duty service members, retirees
and military families are invited to attend!'

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Victims are washed down in the decontamination
station set up by the NAS Ja\ Fire Department.

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Emergency responders ready with drill
By MC1 (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Assistant Editor__

More than 500 personnel from NAS Jacksonville
including emergency crews and volunteers
came together June 26 to participate in a full-
scale chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, explosive
(CBRNE) exercise.
The full-scale exercise was a culmination of the
Installation Protection Program (IPP). IPP was launched
by Commander Navy Installations Command (CNIC) to
prepare Commander Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE),
NAS Jacksonville, NS Mayport and NSB Kings Bay. Ga.
in the event of an actual disaster. The disaster drill gave
base officials the opportunity to test the base's emergency
response capabilities as well as train Sailor's and civilian
workers on how to respond to a CBRNE attack.
The simulated attack included poisonous chorine gas
that was dispersed on the base along with a separate bomb
that released radiation. The scenario involved numerous
casualties due to the explosion, gas and radiation burns.
First responders included the NAS Jax Fire Department,
Security and Naval Hospital Jax medical personnel.
During an emergency the emergency operations center
(EOC) acts as the 'command center' for the base. Once the

First responders prepare a victim to be transported to Naval Hospital Jax for treatment.

Lt. Leigh Lewis, a flight surgeon from VP-30, provides medical
treatment to a victim in the triage area.
drill commenced the EOC alerted personnel on the base by
announcing over the giant voice mass notification system
that the base was in condition "REDCOM DELTA." All
personnel were instructed to go inside, close windows and
shut off air conditioning units.
Key players including NAS Jax's commanding officer,
executive officer, command master chief, fire department,
See DRILL, Page 5
Lt. Timothy Costello from the NAS Jax Branch Medical Clinic
administers first aid on a victim in the triage area during the
disaster drill.

HN Amanda Hampson of Navy Medicine Support Command,
offers pastoral services to a "victim" during the disaster drill.
Hampson volunteered to participate in the drill and was
asked to help augment the chaplain's office. "Seeing all the
action, I had to fight my instincts to jump into 'corpsman
mode' and tend to the wounded," said Hampson. "But, act-
ing as a chaplain's assistant in this environment was a real
eye-opener because I got to see what everyone outside of the
medical field does in these situations."

ATAN Tawanna Lew gets hosed down by the fire department personnel as part of the decon-
tamination process.

Photo y M) Sul i Cornell, MUC(SW) lNick e e a Cruz,

AOI Ron McClain, and MCI(th AW) JefFrey McDowell

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Sailors from Naval Hospital jax prepare litters to help transport victims during during the drill
on base June 26.

DRILL: 'Learn how to handle terrorism here at home'

From Page 4

security, safety and public affairs person-
nel were hard at work solving important
"The EOC's mission is to support
responders in the field and the respond-
ers mission is to protect the base. This
drill allowed us to learn how to handle
terrorism here at home. The war on ter-
rorism makes us vulnerable and a target,"
said Disaster Preparedness Coordinator
DCC(SW/AW) Darryl Melton.
Base security, medical and the fire
departments participation was set up full
scale. The explosion along with the radi-
ation caused a great deal of casualties.
Some victims were hosed off and had to
pass through a decontamination shower to
ensure they were rid of any contaminants
on their bodies.
Medical set up three triage stations by
color. Red for acute, life threatening cases;
yellow for intermediate injuries and green
for less serious issues. Victims were lying
around the field with tags on them to let
rescue personnel know what their inju-
ries were. Some victims had only minor
injuries but there were more serious cases
for the rescue personnel to tackle. After
being accessed by Navy doctors, corpsman
and paramedics, victims were transported
on stretcher-bearers to the triage station
according to their injuries.
Medical transportation officer HM1(FMF/
DV/PJ) John Navarro coordinated with
NAS Jax Hospital sending victims via
ambulance for treatment.
"The drill allowed us to evaluate our
actual emergency response team. If the

hospital could not support the influx of
patients, we would then transport them to
surrounding area hospitals for treatment.
The drill also provided the naval hospital
an opportunity to satisfy a required yearly
certification related to mass casualties,"
stated Navarro.
The American Red Cross also partici-
pated in the drill. Don Rosenberry along
with other American Red Cross volunteers
acted as a support team feeding and keep-
ing personnel hydrated.
"We just didn't want to see any real casu-
alties as a result of the heat, we are glad to
be here to help out," said Rosenberry. After
the drill the American Red Cross provided
all participants with lunch.
Two evolutions were staged earlier this
year in preparation for the disaster that
included a table-top drill in January and
a functional exercise in May. Both drills
allowed the base to work out any kinks
if an actual disaster were to occur on the
According to Melton, now that the drills
are over the base is considered to be in the
sustainment phase. "To help enhance the
capability of the EOC some new equip-
ment including flat panel monitors will be
installed giving the EOC the ability to do
video teleconferencing (VTC)," he said.
"VTC will aid the EOC by enabling them
to communicate with other installations.
This is especially important when deal-
ing with bases that are in close vicinity to
a disaster. Some minor equipment issues
need to be worked on, however, the drill
enabled us to train, learn and make neces-
sary improvements. Overall the drill was a
highly successful training evolution."

Two firefighters, suited up in chemical protective clothing, investigate a simulated gas leak.

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HN Rene Lumene, assigned to Naval Hospital Jacksonville's main operating room, tests CS3
Krystal Martinez for contamination during the drill. Martinez, who was assigned as a litter
bearer, was believed to have come in contact with a contaminated victim. Lumene used the
DT-685/PDQ Radiac Detector to ensure she wasn't contaminated by biological or chemical

HM2(SW) Darla Moore uses a wet bulb global temperature
thermal environment monitor to check the local temperature
during the disaster drill. Moore maintained a temperature log
to ensure weather conditions were safe for the drill. "Some of
our guys are wearing chemical protective clothing," explained
Moore. "With the temperature 20 degrees hotter in those
suits, we want to make sure our guys aren't in any danger of
heat stroke, among other things."

MA2 Angela Watson
and her Military Working Dog, Caesar,
check for secondary explosive devices during the drill.

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6 JAX AIR NEWS, NASJACKSONVILLE, Thursday,July 12, 2007

The cost of freedom

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

It was a beautiful spring evening,
not uncommon around Camp
LeJeune, N.C. Diamonds spar-
kled on the black velvet above as
Marines and their corpsmen swapped
sea stories and future dreams to the
sound of helicopters and gunfire in
the distance. At the time they were
What they wanted was to come out
of the field and return to the barracks.
Yet, this trip to the pine forest woods
of North Carolina was different.
NATO troops were involved, both on
the ground and in the air. And soon,
what seemed to be just another bor-
ing field exercise would become a life-
changing event for everyone directly
How it happened, I doubt everyone
agrees, but nevertheless it did. Was
it a blind spot in the night vision gog-
gles or a communication breakdown?
There in the sky, probably less than
a mile or two from his wife and son
of a few months, Capt. Rice, USMC
and more than 10 others died as their
helicopter collided with another. The
flash in the sky followed by the explo-
sion abruptly ended everyone else's
story, joke, or evening dream. What
began as seemingly routine was no
Captain and Susan Rice were my



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(Lt. Cmdr.) Gregg Gillette
neighbors. Our houses faced each
other with only Longstaff Street in
between and this morning, the cap-
tain wasn't coming home. I remember
two other helicopter accidents that
happened further into my tour with
the Marines and those widows also
lived on Longstaff. Helicopters were
always going up, it was what they
were designed to do. The question I
began to wonder about was how were
they going to come down, controlled

dissent or gravity?
Though there was no war, helicop-
ters of different sizes, speeds, and
sounds continued to fly the skies of
Camp LeJeune on training missions
even after other training tragedies
and Susan was okay with it. Susan
knew she couldn't stop them or the
barrage of memories that came as she
heard the familiar sounds overhead.
She was even an advocate of their
continued flying. I believe she under-
stood that freedoms we aren't willing
to fight for may one day be freedoms
Help us God not to take for granted
the bloodshed for our freedoms, physi-
cally and spiritually, regardless of
where it was spilt, on a battlefield or
at a public execution.
Susan didn't stop there though.
She wanted everyone to remember
other pilots and crew who didn't come
home. The outcome, her influence
initiated the construction of a memo-
rial display at the entrance of Marine
Corps Air Station, New River, N.C.
As such, Susan was asked to be one of
the speakers during the dedication of
the memorial. She didn't share much,
five minutes or less. Then she ended
with a quote from her husband's
headstone - Freedom isn't free.

CREDO retreats offered
From Staff
The Spiritual Fitness Division Southeast offers
a variety of spiritual retreats for anyone hold-
ing a Department of Defense ID card who is
over the age of 18. All transportation, programming,
lodging and meals are free. Retreats are held at the
Sea Retreat Center in St. Simons, 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 problems 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
Spiritual Growth Ret reat - 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
and incorporate that into your own growth and under-

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From Commander, Navy
Installations Command
H hurricane prepared-
ness should be a
continual effort
throughout the hurricane
season which runs through
Nov. 30. This year empha-
sizes family preparedness to
include commands account-
ing for family members.
Preparedness is
a continual effort -
a prepared Navy
is a ready Navy
* To ensure readiness,
Sailors and their families
should make hurricane
preparations now and
review those preparations
periodically throughout the
* Being prepared ensures
the Navy is ready to
respond to weather threats
to U.S. coastal regions and
maintain the ability to
deploy forces even under
the most adverse weather
* The Navy trains for
the hurricane season. The
objective of the annual hur-
ricane exercise is to provide
a focused training event in
exercising sortie, evacua-
tion, emergency prepared-
ness, personnel account-
ability, recovery, and con-
sequence management pro-
A Sailor's responsibility -

a Sailor is only as prepared
as the rest of his family
* During a hurricane,
communication is vital
between Navy members and
their chain of command, as
well as between Sailors and
their family members.
. Prepare an evacuation
plan for spouses and those
left behind if units are
required to sortie and air-
craft have to evacuate.
. Have emergency sup-
plies and materials on
hand in advance, waiting
until the last minute can
result in shortages. Make
arrangements for pets
ahead of time.
. Check homes through-
out the hurricane season
for damage: gutters, storm
shutters, roof leaks, and
missing shingles.
* Monitor radio and tele-
vision reports as hurricanes
can drastically change
course and intensity.
* Move indoors or oth-
erwise secure objects to

prevent strong
winds from cre-
.... ating airborne
* Have cash
on hand, as well
as fuel for a car

* - evacuation.
SIn order
to speed up
the personnel
process, sharing individual
evacuation plans with the
chain of command is strong-
ly recommended.
* If ordered to evacuate,
do so immediately.
The command's respon-
sibility - a commitment
to safety, security and
accountability of our fami-
* As partners of the
community, the Navy will
inform local authorities of
actions taken to improve
readiness and responsive-
ness in the event of a hur-
* All commands are
responsible for implement-
ing, administering and pro-
viding training to families
on procedures for person-

nel accountability follow-
ing a catastrophic event.
Timeliness is crucial in per-
sonnel accounting, especial-
ly in cases with geographi-
cally separated families.
* All commands will con-
duct personnel accountabil-
ity and family assessments
according to geographic areas
of interest (GAOI), which are
set based on storm tracks.
GAOIs will be established a
minimum of 48 hours prior
to landfall if storm intensity
and location warrant execu-
tion of personnel account-
ability procedures.
* As storms approach,
OPNAV N1 will release a
NavAdmin order to account
for personnel based on the
* Information packets
on how to prepare families
will be strategically locat-
ed at Personnel Support
Detachments, commissar-
ies, base housing offices and
Fleet and Family Service
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Host families needed for exchange student program

CIEE, a worldwide leader of
international education and
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their hearts and homes to interna-
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FFSC offers educational
and support programs
From Staff
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Fleet and Family Sup-
port Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and
Support Program is the
foremost preventive mea-
sure for avoidance of per-
sonal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free to service
members and their families
as well as Department of
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Pre-registration is re-
quired. If special accommoda-
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required, please notify FFSC
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The following workshops
are available in July:
July 17, 9 a.m. - noon
- Anger Management
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- noon - Transition
Assistance Workshop
(Retiring, khaki only)
For further information or to
register, call 542-2766, ext. 127.

Chapel offering
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From the NAS lax Chapel
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program (PREP) class July
30-31. Class will be held
Monday from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. and Tuesday from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the cha-
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PREP is designed to
address the following topics:
* How to communicate
better and solve problems.
* How to handle disagree-
ments and conflict.
* How to promote a sense
of working as a team.
* How to keep friendship,,
fun and intimacy alive in
your marriage,
*' How to strengthen your
commitment to each other.
Couples must attend
together. Permission from
, your command via a special
request chit or no cost permis-
sive TAD orders are required
for the service memberss. A
complimentary lunch will be
provided on both days and a
continental breakfast will be
provided on Tuesday. Civilian
attire please.
Civilian employees and retired
military are also welcome. Space
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VS-22 deploying on board USS Eisenhower (CVN-69) to the Arabian Gulf and
Adriatic and Mediterranean Seas in support of Operation Deny Flight, Provide
Promise and Sharp Guard. Tamblyn served as the training and operations depart-
ment head.
In November 1995, he reported to the Naval War College (College of Naval
Command and Staff) in Newport, R.I. A distinguished graduate, he was awarded a
Master of Arts degree in national security and strategic studies.
A year later, Tamblyn reported to the Joint Staff, J-3 (Current Plans and
Operations) where he was assigned to the Counter Narcotics Division, Strategy and
Policy Branch. While on the Joint Staff, he completed Joint Professional Military
Education Phase Two requirements at the Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va.
He was designated a joint service officer in June 1999.
Tamblyn reported to VS-22 as the executive officer in July 1999 and assumed com-
mand of the squadron in October 2000. The squadron deployed in November 2000 on
board USS Harry S. Truman on the ship's maiden deployment to the Arabian Gulf.
In April 2002, Tamblyn reported to Cruiser Destroyer Group 12 (CCDG 12) as air
operations officer. During this tour, CCDG12 deployed to the Arabian Gulf on board
USS Enterprise as the first carrier strike group.
He reported to NAS Jax as executive officer in May 2004 and was promoted to cap-
tain June 1, 2004.
According to Tamblyn, each of his past duty assignments brings back lasting and
impressionable memories. "All of my assignments have been meaningful and memo-
rable. Each deployment presented challenges and provided opportunities to see new
parts of the world and experience the Navy adventure. Every shore assignment was
fun and rewarding and allowed for more family time and educational opportunity,"
said Tamblyn. "I really enjoyed my assignments that have involved instructor duty,
whether it was teaching newly winged aviators about the S-3B weapon system and
sharing the excitement and terror of their first night trap from the right seat, or pre-
paring an inexperienced surface warfare officer for his first attempt at conning an
aircraft carrier alongside a replenishment ship."
Several tours highlight of his naval career. "My tour as commanding officer of VS-
22 certainly ranks at the top of the list. Trying to balance operational requirements,
develop a positive safety culture, maintain morale and retain quality-Sailors during
a challenging workup and deployment cycle is what makes command interesting and
enjoyable," stated Tamblyn. "And, serving as executive officer of NAS Jacksonville
has been an awesome tour as well. The unrestricted line officer career path does not
really prepare you for the unique challenges associated with shore installation man-
agement. Working with the talented professionals who make up the NAS Team and
watching their dedicated commitment to making this the best base in the Navy has
truly been a pleasure and a great tour to round out a very interesting and rewarding
As a leader, Tamblyn has a bit of advice to those following in his footsteps. "Keep
your eyes wide open, set short and long term goals, take full advantage of the many
opportunities the Navy offers and contribute to your community. Learn something
new everyday, make a difference and leave the world and the Navy a better place
because you were there," he stresses.
According to Tamblyn, the list is long of people he'd like to thank for .supporting
him during his career. "It would be impossible to name everyone who has provided
support or had a positive influence on my career. Certainly my parents supported
my decision to go to Annapolis and have provided encouragement throughout. My
wife, Kris has been beside me the entire time and continues to provide love, support
and stability for our family," remarked Tamlyn. "I am also blessed with many friends
who keep life interesting and who are always there to provide support when needed.
The Sailors and officers who have provided guidance, career advice and instruction
through deeds not words is too long to list."
"People in the Navy are doing great things everyday, whether deployed aboard
ship, serving on an individual augmentee tours in the Middle East or performing a
critical tasks ashore. I'd just like to say thanks for their dedicated service, they are
truly making a difference," he added.
So what will he miss most about the Navy? "Not having to think very much about
what to wear to work," he said laughing. "Seriously, the list of what I will miss about
the Navy is very long. Working closely with the Sailors and civilians who make this
the greatest Navy in the world is at the very top. Flying Navy jets from aircraft car-
riers and visiting exotic ports of call with 5,000 shipmates are in the top three."
In the future, Tamblyn and his family plan to remain in the Jacksonville area
where he plans to work in the civilian sector in what he hopes will be as challenging
and rewarding as the Navy.

ax Air News welcomes articles and
photographs pertaining to base
J 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 photo-
graphs for the paper:
* Always include rates such as: Lt.,
AS1, PR2. We use the Associated Press
Stylebook to edit stories.
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what they all stand for.
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sixth grade reading level.
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stories. How about some fea-
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if they volunteer out in town, something
interesting that happened to them, etc.
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are a weekly newspaper. We don't want
something that happened a month or two
ago. Send us a story right after it happens.
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NMSC school unveils memorial

Shannon K. Cassidy
Fleet Public Affairs Center Pacific
The Naval School
of Health Sciences
(NSHS) in San Diego,
a subordinate command
of Navy Medicine Support
Command (NMSC) head-
quartered in Jacksonville,
unveiled the first-of-its-
kind memorial June 15 to
honor hospital corpsmen
who have died in the line of
duty since Sept. 11, 2001.
The memorial, created by
NSHS staff corpsmen, is a
replica of a Soldier's battle-
field grave from the World
War II era and consists of
an M-16 rifle, helmet, boots
and dog tags, all cast in cop-
per, and includes the tools
of a corpsman: stethoscope,
bandages and tape.
"Today, we are here to
remember our fallen broth-
ers and sisters who gave
the ultimate supreme sac-
rifice, and those among us
who will also fall," retired
Rear Adm. James. Johnson
said during the ceremony.
As of June, more than 30
Navy- corpsmen have per-
ished in the global war on
terror since the 9/11 terror-
ist attacks. As the Navy
and Marine Corp's enlisted

Photos by MC2(AW) Greg Mitchell
Students look at the new memorial to fallen Operations
Enduring Freedom/ Iraqi Freedom hospital corpsmen during
the Hospital Corspman Memorial Dedication Ceremony June
15 in San Diego.

medical specialists, corps-
men are the primary care-
givers for Sailors at sea
and combat Marines in the
For one Jacksonville
corpsman, the memorial
represents the corpsmen's
combat role and the sacri-
fices they make every day.
"I think it's great that
our fellow corpsmen are
being honored for" their
service," said HM3 Nerwin
Sevilleja, an NMSC medi-
cal staff specialist in the
Medical-Dental Corps

Division of the Centralized
Credentials and Privileging
"It's a reminder of the
role I and other corpsmen
play in this global war on
terrorism. Being a corps-
man is a demanding job,
and this memorial shows
how we are willing to take
an extra step for our fellow
shipmates and for our coun-
The three NSHS staff
members who crafted and
designed the memorial
are HM2 Leeann Weeden,

HM2(FMF) Wilson Ospina
and HM3 Joseph Tonti.
For Ospina, serving in com-
bat inspired his work on the
"My experience in the
battlefield impacted my
feelings about this memo-
rial," said Ospina. "To be
able to share your life with
someone, and in an instant,
you find yourself fighting to
save that life. That's what
this is about."
"Navy corpsmen are our
right hand," said Rear
Adm. Nancy Lescavage,
a Navy nurse and direc-
tor of TRICARE Region
West. "They go into harms
way with such dedication.
They are our heroes, and I
wouldn't be anywhere else
but here today to honor our
"It takes an incred-
ible amount of dedication
and passion to serve this
country," said Capt. Robin
McKenzie, also a Navy
nurse and the NSHS com-
manding officer. "Navy
corpsmen are the center
of Navy medicine. They
are the 'doc.' The Marine
Corps will not go without
their 'doc,' and a corpsman
will not leave without his

HS-5 earns coveted Command EAWS pennant

By Lt. Nick Kesler
T he "Nightdippers" of
HS-5 have witnessed
the culmination of
more than a year's worth of
hard work.
Commander, Helicopter
Sea Combat Wing Atlantic
announced that HS-5 was
awarded the Command
Enlisted Aviation Warfare
Specialty pennant, honor-
ing their achievement of
100 percent aviation war-
fare qualifications in May.
"I couldn't be prouder of
our sailors and what they
have accomplished," said
HS-5's Command Master
NAC) Richard Neal. "Right
now America is relying
on us to do the job we are
trained to do in the place
where it must be per-
formed at ,the highest level.
Becoming 100 percent qual-
ified in our area of exper-
tise is another way to show
America that they can sleep
well and we're more than
capable," Neal said.
To qualify for the honor of
flying the EAWS pennant,
all E5 and above Sailors
with more than 18 months
aboard their current duty
station are required to earn
their EAWS qualifications.
HS-5 did this during the
height of their recent oper-
ational deployment aboard
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower
(CVN-69) as part of Carrier
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tional commitments, the
HS-5 team still found time
to reach this coveted com-
mand achievement.
Obtaining an EAWS des-
ignator meant Sailors had
to complete a personal qual-
ification standards (PQS)
booklets, totaling roughly
200 pages of rigorous, in-
depth study. The books are
designed to take Sailors to
every department and seek
warfare-qualified individu-
als willing to explain spe-
cific areas of their job and
sign their name to the topic
they instructed. Nearly 200
signatures are required to
finish the PQS. Next, the

Sailor must pass a 200-
question written test and
comprehensive oral board.
"Earning a warfare pin
displays increased warf-
ighting knowledge, mis-
sion enhancement, com-
mand survivability and
pride," said HS-5 EAWS
Coordinator AK1(AW) Eric
McDade. "All the material
that is covered on the test is
derived from the PQS and
study guides. Every section
in the book is covered on the
test. The level of knowledge
tested on an oral board is
simply [to see if the Sailors]
possess the general knowl-
edge of the program."
Routine tracking proce-

dures concerning the status
of eligible Sailors enabled
command leaders to tar-
get, monitor and motivate
Sailors seeking their quali-
fications. Command-wide
training sessions were con-

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HS-5: 'Warriors dedicated to

the mission and team they serve'

From Page 9
ducted before and during HS-5's
deployment aboard USS Dwight
D. Eisenhower and allowed Sailors
to complete their study guides.
Departmental tours and one-on-one atten-
tion through th6 airwing and ship's men-
torship program enabled the Nightdippers'
Sailors to intake large quantities of knowl-
edge in retainable sprints rather than
learning the information through long
cramming sessions.
"My best resource, though, was my men-
tor AZ1(AW) Latoyna Crawford," YN3(AW)
Anthony Sortino added. "I sought her help
daily. She made the process easier, and
her willingness to help directly affected my
ability to earn my pin."
"Earning the EAWS pennant is an
accomplishment of more than a year in the
making; the executive officer, command

master chief and I are extremely proud of
the crew," said HS-5 commanding officer
Cmdr. Roy Undersander.
"Anyone who sees the pennant will know
that the Sailors of HS-5 are warriors dedi-
cated to the mission and team they serve."
"Of course our work is not done, we
have to continue that momentum and
look ahead at newly received or advanced
Sailors approaching their eligibility date
so we can continue providing the resources
needed for them to gain their primary war-
fare designations," Undersander added.
"For those who have already gained their
primary, we want to give them the oppor-
tunity to gain their secondary warfare
qualification. We want to impress upon
our Sailors that they can do anything they
put their mind to. By helping them real-
ize their goals, this helps build a stronger
and more cohesive unit, and ultimately a
tighter knit HS-5 family."

Multi-cultural Awareness

Fair coming in August

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 Multi-cultural
Awareness Fair 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-
* Musical entertainment
* Car show with awards for custom, clas-
Building on the success of previous year's
fairs, all tenant commands and activities
are encouraged to join in on the celebra-
tion by sponsoring a country or ethnic
group of their choice. Commands desir-
ing to participate in the booth exhibits
and representing a country or culture

can display historic facts, points of inter.
est and cultural related items.
Booths will be comprised of tables
and tents, provided by the Multi-cul-
tural Awareness Committee and all
other materials must be appropriated
by entrants. Entrants cannot represent
the same country or culture of another
group and the MCAC will set locations
for exhibits. A booth can only be repre-
sented, 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. Criteria will include cre-
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presentation and .knowledge of culture.
by exhibit presenters.
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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
Call 542-3521 for more information.
Theater of Laughter
Free Comedy Show
July 30, 8 p.m.
Open to all hands.

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.
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!
/ 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 l
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11 a.m. - noon

Learn to Lift
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Monday - Friday, 9-10 a.m.
Monday - Thursday, 5-6 p.m.
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Fitness Source
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A group of Sailors enjoy free hamburgers and hot dogs at the Liberty Last Buck BBQ June 28
at the outdoor pool. The event was sponsored by VyStar Credit Union. For more information
on Liberty programs and events, call 542-1335.

Free water bottle for all participants!.
For more information about LT.T. trips or
ticket prices, please call 542-3318.
Kennedy Space Center Trip
July 21
Check out the new Shuttle Launch
$45 per person, includes visit to Astronaut
Hall of Fame and Shuttle Experience

Cool off at one of the following water
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
Blizzard Beach/Typhoon Lagoon (Orlando)
$35.25 adult, $30.50 child
Adventure Island (Tampa) $30.75 adult,
$29.25 child

Jacksonville Jaguar tickets
on sale tomorrow!
Limit of four tickets per person, per game!
Ride the I.T.T. Jaguar shuttle for only $10
per game or $80 for all regular home sea-
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Trips, activities and costs may be restricted
to El-E5 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-

"311" Concert
Tonight at the Veterans Memorial Arena
$30 per person
Free Lesson & Nine Holes of Golf
July 18
NAS Jax Golf Course

Wild Adventures Trip
July 21

$20 per person
Movies are shown at the base theater
and open to all hands.
For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Smokin Aces (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - Bridge to Terabithia (PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. - Ghost Rider (PG-13)
July 20, 7 p.m. - Music and Lyrics (PG-13)
July 21, 5 p.m. - The Astronaut Farmer
July 21, 7 p.m. - Shooter (R)
July 27, 7 p.m. - Hannibal Rising (R)
July 28, 5 p.m. - Wild Hogs (PG-13)
July 28, 7 p.m. - Breach (PG-13)
For more information on the golf course,
call 542-3249. For Mulligan's,
call 542-2936.

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

Skipper Saiing Class
Military Appreciation Days Class 6 - Sept. 7, 8, 9, 15 and 16
at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only! $150 per person

.NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes
By Linda Brown
T he Navy Marine Corp Relief Society (NMCRS) at NAS Jax offers Budget for
Babies classes every first and third Wednesday of each month. These compre-
hensive classes are available to all military personnel and their family mem-
bers. Participation of both parents is encouraged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and financial planner helps the expecting parents
prepare a bnilgetior baby from birth throughfcollege. He offers money saving tips for
buying baby's first items such as furniture. car seats, carriers and strollers. Retirement
planning for parents is also discussed.
At the conclusion of the class afch family is given "baby's first sea bag". valued
at $100. The sturdy canvas bag contains a Gerber layette and a blanket knitted by
NMICRS volunteers.
The classes are held at NMCRS in Building 13 from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the first
Wednesday of each month and from 6-8 p.m. on the third Wednesday.
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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.
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Recycle cell phones

From AT&T
Thousands of soldiers
stationed overseas will
find it much easier to
keep in touch with family
and loved ones thanks to a
new nationwide program
sponsored by AT&T.
Beginning July 2, 1,800
AT&T wireless stores
across the country will
become drop-off sites for
used cell phones to support
the non-profit organization
"Cell Phones for Soldiers."
"Cell Phones for Soldiers,"
which began in the home of
two Massachusetts teenag-
ers in 2004, collects old cell
phones for recycling and
with the money earned buys
prepaid calling cards which
are sent to service members
serving overseas. Brittany
and Robbie Bergquist were
12 and 13 years old when
they heard news reports
that soldiers were having a

difficult time calling home
from Iraq and decided they
wanted to do something
to help. Realizing that the
$27 they had in their piggy
banks wouldn't go far, they
learned they could col-
lect and recycle used cell
phones and mail pre-paid
calling cards overseas with
the money collected from
the recycled phones.
In the three years since
they started their cam-
paign, the Bergquists have
raised more than $1 mil-
lion and have sent more
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The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA Jax No. 86 meets
the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings are held in Building
612 on Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift
Shop is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first Saturday of
the month from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For more information, call 772-
0242 or Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
United Methodist Church Education Building at 5900 Ricker
Road. For more information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38 meetings are
held the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira
Drive, Orange Park. The chapter also has service officers
available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 p.m. to help
with claims. To make an appointment or for more information,
call 269-2945. The chapter also offers bingo every Saturday at
10 a.m. The public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active and Retired
Federal Employees invites all active and retired employees
to their regular monthly meeting the second Tuesday of each
month at 1 p.m. at St. Vincent's Medical Facility in Orange Park.
For more information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse (Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry
Cove Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited to attend.
The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members only club open to all
active duty, reservists, retired military and active and retired
Department of Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at The Country Cabin restaurant
located on Blanding Boulevard. This organization is open to any
single, divorced, separated, or widowed that have children of
any ages. For more information, please check out our Web site
at www.pwpnflorida.com or call 307-6261.
Dollhouse and miniatures enthusiasts hold monthly meetings
the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Hart Haven
Baptist Church, 47 Jim Wright Road. Club members share
know-how and help each other with room-boxes, dollhouses and
other miniature projects. Call Grace Tobey for more information
at 783-0354.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside holds their monthly
meeting the second Thursday of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park Mall. Moms and children are
welcome at all activities. For information contact Nicole Lopez
at 504-6016 or go to momsclubopw@yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's meeting is held
the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve
Center on Collins Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939. You can also
visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association, Inc. holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For more information, call Janneice
Moore at 563-4645.
The local chapter of the Military Officers 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.
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.

Through Reading, Operation Mail
Call, Operation Enduring Care, Gifts
from the Homefront, Mobile USO pro-
gram and more!
All funds raised in the inaugural
tournament will benefit the local
North Florida/Southeast Georgia USO.
The USO is the link between
the American people and mili-
tary personnel. Through the USO,
Americans can show their apprecia-
tion and express their gratitude for
those who protect our freedom and
our country. For 66 years, the USO
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and their families around the world.
The USO is not a government agency.
It is a nonprofit, charitable organiza-
tion and relies on donations from pri-
vate citizens and corporations.
A Million Dollar Shootout will also
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with qualifiers taking a shot to win
one million dollars
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Online forums: Surprising source of support

By Beth Wiruth
Special Contributor

We live in an amazing age. Technology has changed
every aspect of our lives. I recently replaced my
dryer and, would you believe, even my clothes
dryer has a computer. Technology has changed our com-
munication and relationships. Because of technology mili-
tary spouses enjoy unprecedented communication with our
deployed sailors as well as family members and friends.
Heck, even my telephone service is via the Internet.
All this technology opens another resource and connec-
tion opportunity for military spouses - online forums.
Before I jump into this topic I want to say that for most
of my experience as a Navy spouse I have avoided online
forums like the plague! I held a healthy disdain for online
forums and connection sites. I must now admit that, with
certain cautions, online forums can be a valuable source of
support for many military spouses.
Online forums, sometimes referred to as bulletin boards,
can be a source of information, support, and friendship.
For those who may, like me, be late in jumping onto the
online forum bandwagon, online forums are internet based
communication bulletin boards.
They are not limited to military spouses, there are
forums for every imaginable interest group, from fan
sites to pregnancy to surgical procedures to, yes, military
spouses. Even within military spouse forums there is a
great deal of diversity, there is an online group for aircraft
carriers based at a specific base, or submarine wives or
infantry or tanker wives.
I stumbled onto this world researching another topic. I
joined one forum hoping to gain information on a particu-
lar area that interested me and found that I discovered
a community had developed among the 'regulars' on this
board. And, for many, community is the key word.
What starts as a simple 'post' (a post is when you type a
comment or question that is 'posted' on the site for others
to read, answer or comment) about PCS orders can lead to
information on the process of moving, information about
housing, schools, experiences at the new installation, and,
very frequently - a waiting friend upon your arrival.
Erin posted a comment about her frustration with child-
care options at her base. Lo, and behold, another member
of the 'forum' was a certified childcare provider from the
same base who lived less than a half a mile from Erin.
These two ladies became quick friends. Nancy posted a
quick, "anyone here from San Diego."
Out of that post came an exchange of information,
resources, friendship and yes, outings to the San Diego
Zoo and Sea World where these members met.
Where do you find these forums? A quick search of the
Internet can be very helpful and here are a few places
to start. Military Spouse Support Network (military-
spousesupport.net), CinCHouse (www.cinchouse.com)
Navy Knowledge Online (www.nko.navy.mil), Military
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groups, MySpace and MSN's Spaces also has special inter-
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There are a few things to bear in mind when partici-
pating in these groups. Common sense Internet security
should be observed. Do not give out your full name, full
address or other private information. OPSEC (operational
security) is very important.
Please do not give particulars about your service mem-
ber, their unit or unit/command movement. When meeting
in person with others from these groups meet in public
places several times before meeting in someone's home.
Be sure to let family or friends know who you are meet-
ing and when/where you are meeting them. One final cau-
tion: avoid the temptation to exchange 'virtual friendships'
for real relationships at your current location.
Online forums can expand our world, enhance our qual-
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14 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 12, 2007

Grief can be a natural healer

From LIFELines
" Then a loved one dies, people's
feelings boil over in the form of
V V anger, frustration, confusion,
-regret, helplessness, and hopelessness.
Many people are not prepared for the loss
of a friend or a loved one or for the pro-
cess of grieving. To understand the cycle
;of loss, you should realize that grieving is
'natural, and it helps us heal emotionally.
'People go through grief in their own way
'while adjusting to the significant changes
land loss caused by a death. If you lose
;someone close, begin the grieving process
,by doing only the things that are meaning-
ful and important to you and your family.
What to expect
Grief may be expressed physically or
emotionally and may have some of the
'same symptoms as clinical depression. Try
not to drug yourself - others may try to
'ease your pain by giving you pills and tran-
;quilizers. This only takes away the sharp
'ache - it leaves the dull pain for a longer
,time. If you need medical or psychological
;assistance, seek professional help. Don't
,self-medicate or turn to alcohol. Call your
local Fleet and Family Support Center
(FFSC) for information and referral help,
Jqall ChaplainCare at 1-877-4-1-TOUCH
(86824),or check out the Grief-Recovery
Hot Line at 1-818-907-9600.818-907-9600
F Grief has different stages. For example,
some people experience disbelief immedi-
ately following a death. You may think,
"This isn't really happening to me." You
may forget from time to time that the loved
pne is really gone. You might expect to see
your lost family member or friend walking
through the door or sitting in a favorite
The funeral helps to bring closure and,
in many cases, brings the surviving fam-
ily and friends closer together. During this
time, talk about death and share your feel-
ings with others. This is a good opportunity
to express any anger, guilt, or frustration.
Encourage people to talk about the person
who has passed away. Talk about the fond
memories and special experiences, as well
as how much the deceased will be missed.

TRICARE redesi

Remember, communicating your feelings
with others helps with the pain.
After the funeral, do not withdraw - you
will need others. Tell people your needs
and surround yourself with love and care.
When friends and family have gone, real-
ity begins to set in. Take one day at a
time. During this phase, people generally
become angry and think about the "what
ifs." Many people go over and over differ-
ent scenarios in their heads. "What if I
had called the doctor earlier?" Or "I should
have told her how I felt." Or "I wish I had
done this differently." Do not condemn
yourself. "If onlys" just slow the process of
getting yourself back in balance.
Take time to heal
You may need to make important deci-
sions about the future. Focusing on them
may seem too difficult. Don't make major
decisions when you are off balance. Try
not to anticipate problems - give yourself
plenty of time to get your perspective back
before making life decisions that will affect
your future and your family's. Don't run
away - friends and family may suggest
a long trip as a healing technique, but, in
reality, that is just packing your emotions
and loss into a suitcase. The best place for
readjustment is at home.
One of the many cliches you hear when
someone has died is that time is a great
healer. This is true, but remember, the
grieving process has no fixed time limit.
People who are grieving should pace them-
selves. People heal in their own way and
in their own time. There is no beginning or
ending date when dealing with a loss.
When people say "Come on, snap out of
it," let them know that you still need time
to grieve. Assure them that you will get
better, but perhaps not in their particular
manner or time frame.
Eventually, life will once again become
normal and routine, although it will prob-
ably never be the same as it was before the
Over time, you will still grieve and miss
your loved one, but you will get better. One
day you will wake up and forget to grieve,
forget to cry, and instead, you'll realize
that things will be okay.

signed beneficiary

site launches to rave reviews

from TRICARE Management Activity

beneficiaries don't have to worry
about sorting through tons of
information for answers to their
TRICARE questions. The redesigned My
.Benefit portal at www.tricare.mil offers
the same great information with a more
; ser-friendly layout and an updated look,
While providing up-to-date TRICARE ben-
efit information in seconds.
r The My Benefit portal's simplified navi-
~iation system makes using the site easier
Eian ever before. A key feature of the rede-
egn is that users will now receive per-
senalized information about their health
gre benefits by answering a few simple
agestions about their location, beneficiary
fgatus and current TRICARE plan.
"'The Web site seems easy enough to
Mvigate-the information is displayed
n a way that should make it easier for
Me beneficiaries to find what they need,"
eaid Ursula Straub, a beneficiary counsel-
ing assistance coordinator (BCAC) at a
TRICARE Service Center in Landstuhl,

lavy 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-
, Southeast regional qualifying times
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
16K 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
1boking 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.
SFor more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email bill.bonser@navy.mil.
Sports Standings
- Summer Golf Liberty League Standings
As of July 6
Team Wins Losses

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"This new Web site seems to simplify
the access and usability for the average
inexperienced user. It will certainly light-
en our work load and make it easier for
beneficiaries to navigate," added BCAC
Thomas Arney of Ireland Army Community
Hospital, a military treatment facility in
Fort Knox, Ky.
The site includes several new features.
Beneficiaries are able to search the 'Is It
Covered?' section to find out what benefits
TRICARE covers. The Plan Wizard elimi-
nates the guesswork for new beneficiaries
who may not be sure which TRICARE plan
they are enrolled in and offers a list of
plans for which they may be eligible.
Additionally, the site allows users to
download multiple sections of content from
anywhere on the site to create a personal
benefits e-book. The new site also has a
glossary and a consolidated forms section,
as well as a benefit updates section.
TRICARE completed the two-year proj-
ect with beneficiary participation and feed-
back guiding the design. An online tutorial
is available at www.tricare.mil/overview.


Air Ops

Summer Golf

Navy Band
Up & Down



Freedom League Standings
As of July 6
Wins Losses
2 0
2 0
1 1

Greybeard Summer Basketball Standings
As of July 6
Team Wins Losses
NRD 2 0
FRC 1 1
NCTS 1 1
Hospital Gold 0 2
Old Timers 0 2

Sand Volleyball Standings
As of July 6
Team Wins Losses
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TRICARE beneficiaries can skip

co-pay during over-the-counter test

From TRICARE Management Activity
TRICARE beneficiaries already
experience low co-payments on
convenient mail order prescription
drugs, now there is something even bet-
ter - free.
A two-year test authorized by the 2007
National Defense Authorization Act
allows TRICARE beneficiaries to substi-
tute over-the-counter (OTC) versions of
certain prescription drugs without a co-
payment. For now, the test includes the
TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy only.
Plans call for expansion to retail net-
work pharmacies once program details
are ironed out.
"The drugs included in this test ini-
tially are among the most widely pre-
scribed- those treating gastro-intes-
tinal disorders," said Army MG Elder
Granger, deputy director, TRICARE
Management Activity.
Known as "proton pump inhibitors,"
this class of medications includes the
prescription drugs Nexium, Prevacid,
Aciphex, Protonix, Zegerid and Prilosec.
Under the test, beneficiaries receiving a
prescription proton pump inhibitor are
eligible to receive Prilosec OTC, the only
proton pump inhibitor available over
the counter. The Department of Defense
Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committee
found there is no significant clinical dif-
ference between Prilosec OTC and its
prescription-only counterparts.
"By requesting that their doctors pre-
scribe the OTC version, beneficiaries can
save money on their copay, and there is

the additional potential to save the gov-
ernment money as well," said Granger.
OTCs are generally less expensive-by
as much as 400 percent in some cases.
Once the OTC test works its way to
retail pharmacies, beneficiaries should
not expect to walk into any drug store
and get OTC products for free at the
register, caution TRICARE officials.
Beneficiaries will still have to get a pre-
scription from their doctor for the OTC
Beneficiaries already taking the select-
ed prescription proton pump inhibitors
through the mail order pharmacy will
get a letter telling them about the new
program whenever they order medica-
tions that qualify them to participate in
the OTC test project.
TRICARE encourages beneficiaries
who haven't used the mail order phar-
macy in the past, but are taking medica-
tions included in the test, to get informa-
tion on how to sign up at http://www.tri-
"Through the mail order program, ini-
tially beneficiaries can get up to a 90-
day supply and have it delivered right
to their mailbox. Remember, it's free
so it saves money for beneficiaries and
potential savings to the government may
help sustain the TRICARE benefit," said
Medication classes under consider-
ation for future testing include topical
anti-fungals and non-sedating antihista-





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Aprmet Hue - 7EZ--5- Business o
Kings Boy 3BAR/ Westside 3/2 Huge Property SALES/ CHILD
RIVERSIDE 2BA in shadowlown. ch&a, WD Hu, $795/month. PROTECTION
Near 5 points, 1/1 ch&a, Views of river from .1 Car Corport, Very Secluded -Notional leader - IByrs.
No pets S595. 631-5339 back yard. VANSANDT RE 3893540 Earn BIG MONEY cis a
S925/S500. 673-7978 rep for now child protoc-
SAN MARCO tion service. Seen on
S& 2 BR Secll KINGSLAND 5 bedroom OPRAH Show Full and
CALL 398 -9492 3 both home for rent in Prt time. 1- 00-820-9968
The Lakes. $1200 per
SOUTHSIDE /Manadrin 2BR's month. PCS transfer. Roommate Wanted. STORE R riverside with
2/1, patio Apts. $750mo 912-882-7188 or Five miles from inventory. Best offer
2/2, XL Apts $725m 904-891-8056 Nas Jo Gate. 650 Jy 90-39-5860 details
E ISlC Aincludes il utilities
MOVE IN SPECIALS LAKESHORE 3/2 $995 Quiet Neighborhood
Shucom Properties 721-1767 Inground Pool & Hot Tub must like a animals, clean
ch&a, WD Hu, Fenced Back, and responsible.No
WESTSIDE $149 Sec dep VANSANDT RE 3893540 party animals. Contact
Special. 1BR, $440. Manda Beautifu 3/2.3 Linda 904-382-9391
Call 388-7317 Mandarin- Beautiful 3/2.
Swimming pool, iacuzzi,
WESTSIDE 2br Newly huge yrd, 2 story, 2 car. FOR RENTr
Remod. W/D conn $665mo. S1600mo. 954-260-1559 ROOM IATE WANTED

o5kr a le,3/22storyeTH, M 400 dpc766-0268/945-6941
tFree Rent Special. tst. HA U 8ARIN. Ne 1w 2DARIN
Seaboard Oaks. 904-778-9836e V 9 2'A6 Townr- F Oranlge Park Weloek, AS Jxll

hom for rent due lQuie l nte ig hbir nCALL NOW 56llli
SLa nal, Gated. Inter- at llh�w/|6i'Tll)atANllGlala: r esloed call: 410-726-7138 15009 C�.k iANrlis. ililit's
Fleming Island Plan rent Northside Twnhse 1 Ig 19 No [is. N..n-sniiikiig ,,, TDU AT ION
or sole, 3/2 2 story TH, BR/840sf ch/a, 548W.
1.5vrs old, S1250mo.or 27th St. HUDI ok $525 m 541-0636Aalb AUoAInrtaN
I$75kyr lease, Mil - $400 dp. 766-0268/945-6941 AND
tory disc 904386.5805
Oakleaf Plantation "1RAINING
Intracoastal West New PEBBLE CREEK 3/2, Rooms-TRAININ
Waterfront 3/3, gated, 1300sf $1095. CANNONS for Rent
2000sf, granite, SS apple, PT- 4/2, 1750sf $1300 & 4/2, ---
pool, gor $1895m 273-0125 2400SF $1400 Available Arlington Private Instruction
OANr PAr K E August. Mayport - 10 min REGENCY INN
ORANGE PARK EAGEin to base, 3/2, 12590SF $1150 * LOW WEEKLY RATES * Schools
HARB0OR0 d nw In or 2/2.5 condo w/free 7 DAY STAY 904-725-5093 Specialty Training/
The Enclave, 2/2, gar & cable/ Internet $1045 No

storage rm, 1517sf terms, low down pmt
w/addtioscrnm Patio, pets. Realty Exec. Ponte MANDARIN Events
randdte courn eprasto Vedra 904-249-7676 press 2 From $90 Per Week, All
granite counters, S0 Util cities Included, AC.
applwd blinds & more, ORANGE PARK CALL NOW 566-6265
pool & tenn member- 4/2 2300SF, Orange Park H
ship incd, $1400 272-0133 South Subdiv located in NORTHSIDE !
a quiet culdesac, great From $90 Per Week, All
ORAINGISE PARK/N for kids. FR, LR, DR. Util ties Included, AC.
LEMIaNG ISLAND $1,000 mo+$950dep. CALL NOW 566.6265 REAL ESTATE
2br2b, ake view, Call 404-932-9141 1 Week Day Class Aug 6
ground fr, prvt garage, O.- ORANGE PARK- 8 Week Eve Class Aug 20
W/D, resort amenities, ORANGE PARK Eagle Land Share Large 2-story Superior Instruction
S900/mo 904-248-0858 ing, Seller Financing, EZ home with pool. www.myfrei.om
terms, low down pt, $400( includes utili- (904) 269.2555
SOUTHSIDE - SONOMA $399k 352-201-0658 ties) + deposit. 612-6646 Florida Real Estate Institute
New 3/2, gated, pool view,
granite. Lease SOO$1000mo ORANGE PK 3/2, brick, WESTSIDE
or sale $139K; 631-3663 dbl car gar, nice area, From $90 Per Week, All
OUTHdsI D- Be 8-Fncd yd, no pets, $1200 Util tites included, r AC. A
SOUTHSIDE-Belle 386-497-1312 CALL NOW 566-6265
Rive luxury new
L 3/2.5, garage, SS f Orange Park/ Hwy LUXURY ROOMS S
Sappis, TV, pool. | 220. 3/2/2. Ig fenced w/Microwave & Refrlg! J b
$1275 mo; lease or own. t\.I back, fireplace, Low Dally/Wkly Rates!
904-716-6696 scrnd patio, great 10% Oft for Wkly Room u
neighborhood. Close to KINGS INN 7253343
SOUTHSIDE - St. John's NAS. 904-806-1188 UALITY NewINN904) 264-1211
t/mo/attached gara904-712ge. ORANGE PARKinu ea st
Screened balcony, W/D /FOXRIDGE 4/2.5 brick S
in unit, Appliances 2186sf fp,2854 Circle HG

under warranty. Gated Ridge Dr. is1450 294- 3242
community VW/pool and
fitness center. Avail- ORTEGA 4/3 $1300M t
able 8/1 $950. 410-533-5119 19245F, ch&o, WD Hkup, SR16-RENT TO OWN

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oarN PTI, oc N ORTEGA- 4 miles w/$10,000 down.. Oner/ 6Accounti 8ng/

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AR s, me 2/1, $03mo 9 dep.
ets/smoke 904-o NAS 3 br/i5 ba agent 904-36622 Bookkeeping
FAMYr 1600 sft Vher ery safe 7 are i

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AMELIA ISLANDear. " Civii Service/

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* Arlington and, 2/1 allnew*595mo.Movein pool *elity/Drfer
O$1500mo 904 -3 2 haome for rent4 Public Administration
ov, Arefrigerator a
iARGYLE - 3/2, LR, DR, sheer, Comuter H hardware
FAMILY ROOM, FPLC, washer/dryer included. Jf r S * GSoftware/l
SCRND PATIO, FEN. YD. $1,100 monthly. 683-0565 Pr
REF REQ 01195/MO. 778.2897 Programming
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SOS Pint. 10 eWESTSIDE Ortega Bluff mstic Services/
ma. Call Mary 904-699-9914 3/2, 2400sf, custom bit Caregiving
�*************** rancher w/fabulous mstr n orc Dlver
SArlington, Southside bdrm suite, Inground Pool Delivery Driver
* Westside, Northsilde * Oan 3.5ac, conservation * ducation/Teaching/

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* Stop Paying Rent! * rent $1495m. 443-904-0502 eTrainingrc n/

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Possible Rent To Own all94-654-2 Buesses for SaleFinance/investment
SCali Dove 904881 WESTSIDE, 4/2 fenced, Office Space For Sale General Employment
screened patio, CH/A, Office Space For Rent HotellHospitality/
ARLINGTON - 3/2, ch/a, $850 ma, $850 dep., cony
2cgar, no pets, to NAS. Please call Retail For Sale Tourism
fully eqpt kit, Susan 328-0980 PCS. Retail For Rent Industrial Trades
$1200m p. Call 30-06 Westside - 3/2, 2000sqt, St. Johns Commercial Insurance
Avondale 3/2, 1600sf inclds pets ok, Syr old house, Industrial For Sale Landscaping/Grounds
scrn prch, new pnt, W/D flex lease, $1225, Mil Disc, St. Johns Commercial/
hk up, CH&A, wd firs, 10 rin to NAS. 252-5266 Industrial For Rent Maintenance
fncd rear $1350 465-3301 NORTHSIDE StWJohnsBusinesses forSale Law Enforcement/
Fleming Island, 2/1 all new S595mo. Move in St Johns Offlice Space For Sale Security/Safety
-I Eagle Harbor- special. 3927 Notter Ave. S ohns OffceSpace For Legal
QLWN- . f w Call 472-7314o - Rent Maintenance/
room w/het & AC, free 103rd St. 4/2 $1095, 1750sf St. Johns Retail Fr Sale Janitorial Services
heated pool, tennis & ch&, Bult 1995, 2 Car Gr. St. Jos Retail Fr Rent Manufacturing
golf In community. Seurlt y Sys, Kit Eqp, WD HUu
REDUCE from VANSANDT RE 389-3540 * Marketing

In traeoastal West-4br/2ba, us ri Nurses/Nurses Aides

Iar g Forsheno W kils es N H resumes
1g fenced Yd. w/ spinkier Office/Clerical/
system. $1350/mo. Call NEAR NAS JAX -2 MH's
Bill at233-6288 for rent, $500/ $550mo. WESTSIDE Administration
1st/ last + $300 se ' 4588 Lexington Ave *PaTi
SJulington Creek- Call 264-2288 1150 q. ft. Zoned CG2 Part-Time

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KIDS FIRST ui rifice S850. Call 2,19-1666 $2100.00. New. Will JACK RUSSELL BoatDockage& o t fuel ost 454m excel-ti AH
.1. 24 hr Sat Cr sell for $1000.00. Breeders reg. Mn Pins, port fuel n. excelCOACHMAN LEPRE-
fled Family Day- Sof-a Mau/- C/all 91-673-8422for into. Boston Terriers, Rentalslent condition, must CHAUN- '00, 30' self
core located illI lh o ExcellentPoodles. $100eo. Rnan Et $18,500 ride. Call cant, 15k ml, $21,000 will
Westslde. Caol IrIenf at WINDOWS 161 Beuiful cond. $75. Large 982-44Ml
90419 CIr539 or Hand Blow Wavy gloss Oak Ent. center Blue Huko Walker No rdic Trac CX925, Credit Cards Accepted and Supplies sellJee Liberty & hitch
(904 424-8584 windows fronl Historic exc. cond $200 . Seat Storage ad PC Tanr. 912 22-69 912 322 8466nte s and Supplies
v(904)424858 window om Hislorill in 91272xcond2630 brakes, large tires, 15 mos. parts and RV Rentals 2150 LSC REGAL - '00, 278-8812 Cell 904-449-8006
Avondol home. Still in 912-729-2630 ike new call labor warranty.--Love-Birds,- 6a RV's and Supplies Merc5.0EFI always ________
o le in w a o Tn Fiber 786-4591 or 534-7734. Like New $300. Love Birds, 6 o m O C i dry stor ed like new o atin's Top Sng Brail
n . coni . sofa and love sea. Only $5. Call 505-1308 old pair green Motocyle Mini hrs camper package
)eaen x4 )3 paid $1000, will sell peach-face, $75 Bikes $18,995 904- 398M079 Damon Daybreak
a "1_$_000_willsell 1997, 30 tOt, 454
Se 3"X S3eakhor D r ( 2 Precor S3-21 pair. 1 blue 1 Yel- Auto Brokers, engine, Wde body,
$re 36 8 5rl ,1 5-28 71as41 -0827. PC$5 0 sl Strength M u ltista- low. $100 or 4 birds $150. Auto P rt SEADOO -'96, S P X, RV, excellent condi-
241HOSICARE $3I0f Uriai 34S, siSon combined unit Semi tame. 693-4452 rebuilt '06, 73 cc, 1900 t on,s 38K miles, no pets,
24 HOUR CHILCARE TV STAND, two door, 30 functions. New 6mAntiques/Classics 318-7663 70 3-2556 no smoking. Qulensized
MONinDAY-SATUlD AY E white, solid wood, new Above Ground Pool Condition. $3100. Retail Automobiles bed. $21,000. 282-9745.
SMONDAY- SATURDAY .at Target. $100, asking t esaer asking $1500. Call Bill PEKINGESE-AKC, ak il r Middebur O By
635 $40, like new. .stAd /ade for 904-998-1212 champ lines, 1st shots, lra'eingod Middleburg, FL Th4334
9c#S04l063 2 8 9 a-.4 to 56" deep Pools. Treadmill Smooth shipped ready nowM $2000 or Less
boxesdd. 39001.Unidelnn ta 3 4 1 0 Viny l with a sta inlesps Calories ditane
BED/ A Boo Boo S 6.25, shock-assisted $500 F $6001904-8upplies5-40 D A TR
bItL BC3000XLT SPeak-- h ,, o Ldd er , s - d kCom m er cial Vehicles Dam on Daybrea
HeIalthTi -1BS 904- Spakr Dr atac i, ,, io Far.,e., **.r.,. c calories distance Misc. Auto 19' Fleetwood Mallard hevrolet engine,
B & BOSE 904 Speakers Decorat.ions, '- , I'. pulse. 2.75HPCD YORKIES, MALTESE Atos/Tirucks Wanted TrI. trailer, exc. cond. excellent condition.
11-l $100.00; Uniden extremely quiet. -POODLE pups, after sleeps six, many extras 38K Miles. 282-9745,
SB t BC3000 XLT Scan- 23 Beautiful silkX ,S-.a- 20"X54" belt. Delivery 6pm. 504-9633 Auto Rent/Lease 904 771-5609 Middleburg, Florida n = i l
AVON (Indiv. Sales Rep.) ner. $100.00 Amaryllis - Avalble. Like New.
10% off Military&n c .... P .: r. . centerpieces for ... AT OT IV D I RT
Senior & with ad - reception, flowers :.r. 02 oT-car ,,:, .:,:, L lz
1 0.00 k it to S ta rt O w n P tn0 eA o -
Business 505-4127 "'Lt 'a" .aforarbor, bows - r UT O MNTViED lliRECT

no rsH TVldnB32206wedding bells, ,, . vd 777.500 s,.0Atgantic 3d753A6797T85 N dI R BC E CR 12C sSK
ntri I , 2 ort t -ule & etc.I_ _D __ __ _ln _
-"::,.-".. $37500
:..:, -. - T. King Size -
HOME INTERIORS T. T.(1d oon Xwaterbed with ,d for O

I g o lies D&n s 3 d in $18,0.00 ek r:o,, se C P, 6 Sple H0ve Springs 264-4502 . 777-3673 LOTU OF JAKOuIu
seniors & with ad c o iSATURNfOFAVE NU 3S..,,. 1. ..
Business Specilr o5054127 ca e ll -879-2570 .. . . 7200 BanSouhsideing Blvd. 777-5600 St Augustine 3536797 895 N Ronald Reagan Blvd0863 Pilips 262.74

B sine ts iSprecr $ 1 5 s541 1257Phielip s Hw26824-482 COG PI li TO Y .TA - 7AVEi UE
www.homeinteriors.corm/cstegall ". West!S.,d, ,.:-.,I, 1 0 An'ma Florida's Super Duty Headquarters L ngwood/0rando FI407-339-34W
cste leng walls & tr i ints ...............707 6 r. " . rn I'i , SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
ARMOI RE King Bed, 2 Military transfer, A 904-781-70765 , lan -
night stands $979 new in Call Courtneya Pr o Fo-9ldgta-tor Cets tL C T R A KS TO U SH_ ,Ai |U.-JL| 1054Pnd - inglvd. 223
boxes. 391 i-0015.Con deliv dental 334-6422 $182,000 a Folding ping-pang Adot ., AUDI JACa SetNVIL E E Bad nlv
EstaeSaesBk _sR&Spplist_ able. $100. Ever-l s Pet wo eAD CSO VilLEo6540
a plant BEED- A Boo Boo Sleep w/No s .S lst punching boag. Livestock & SlpplIo s 4660-100 ouhsde Blvd. 565400MATHY LAND ROVER SATURN OF REGENCY
SSheep. Memory Foam Sets (100) $35. Animals Wanted 800 Atlantic BlvdC OF590 R NC
AlProfessional Pintig & i a sCall269-72241-95 N. Exit129 (Yuee) 225-3673 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-150000
Waterproofing Services Int rom399Call 984-704-0405FCal2 XaPexnor and maintan oce andl G CVA SO 0 8
& Mext.res rid&c Dlic& EBED A Baby Boomers ront door 81 1/2" X
ins, 28c rscap, res, FRE M emory foam se t. New, AR LI INGTONs Giant L/ d 37 1/2" P70. Back GARBER FORD.A E O
estas- u ork o10 y t..... $384. 858-9350 Churchyd s e. Oak door 82 114" X 33 $p75 5-7l7l
10li Sallobs 8 04- 709827$ Merrill Rd. Sat 7 oe-? 1/4" 550.aboth with BENTLEYl ORLANDO Green Cove - Springs 6 4502
EEDoodsA Bachel oorsw$9 NDa RIerd mt ov 491 o n e frtme. Both for $100. Australian Shepherd Pu ps N Ronald Blvd Sis
1Rm, ceiling wails & trim in plastic 398-5200 5 sale, couch, Ithr chr, ar. Ia 125U A N a MKSAFO
7all0 en & t,D $ extra. 11020L .o JeScPooer. $0. so. breea u O A C
et no$75.00O o s o s lt o etpoera. O . 91. 6 Longwo N Cd/dando FL 40733IH 93 10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000 10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455
626-4686 BED A Bang Up Pricel Frisco Ln. Sat 8-11at $300. __AtTeAvenu__
Pillowtop Sets Brand New'L Days-912-576-3684 or CAtIOTNIAvenues
Queen $135 King $27 BARGAIN HUNTER eves- 912-261-9935 CATTAIL COTOS 10720 Phlps . 904-292-3325

Aar^ s~ eoun d Dr H EuDB e . 904AR 74040 S5 e_ ao t n PNINEVIEWCH E ROL ET 17 20 P hlipsHwy 9 CITYM IT.Y9042 2525 Ph32iis77 5-910
S Can Delive5, 904.-4 0405 GALORE JET2POWER CHAIRt JFR | .3M sn.. ... MIv SSI.
xe o B~i EED A Cherry Sleigh set, This Sat & Sun Have $300 Days- 912-576-3684 s co i. .a.i.. is .n 24- i
solid wd w/moltress, new Your Garage S ole at Eves. 912-261-9935 ' TOM BUSHK D D SON FDSMTAIC 100310 10A11icd .3816
in boxes. $379. 398-5200 The Market Place! CHIHUAHUA C,,' ,, 4620 SouthsideBlvd.
7059 Ro Sn.a 786-FLEA Left behind series 3F, reg/ HC, to good 9850 AtlanticEBlvd. 725-0911N AT REGENCY 46 2E0 oCiHANE. 3 -
ea is EDROOM Set Cherry 6 R books, set of thir- me,. $400 $600 338-4203HI M U

0499WS 6) CALea DsL.o98f50excel P ckondition.CKC691 ngRB l 777-200IGIFFI LIC O M 1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7R70
Pc, new, still in boxes E l rm teen ardbound, 6914 Blanding Blvd 7-25000 9650Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060 ARKN LIN 7 Mu
$499. CAN DEL. 398-520 excellent condition. Cockapoo CKCP V y.... ery7CITSUZdKI
ACHeatnFuel China Cabinet-Solid $40. 904-781-7076 friendly, shots, neut., M 7447Blandingvd 777-3000 CITY SUUKI
SAntiues walnut, well built. 4 Misc furniture for bege, $300U 9048600 MIS IS BM
Appances Four glass doors on PHAZER bysle cl 645-6360 for www.cautomoive.com

Ape s 3EX31 8 h o eerniueISMARK like 0newfaklnels.

_____$360 for all. _ dresser; excelopan t side- Besiuse doetainiB ld 8-71 7505 Wel Bld. 279-9400 PR-WEDAT CNE
AI s & Crafts and cabinet doors nl the ioey20co ni$200; Poodle mini stud 6 GARBER BUICK OF ORANGE PARK PtautIOlv
Building Supplies frame and elbu, engie. Warranty will bed (king) & COCKER SPANIELSrry water Green Cove Springs 264-4502 7700 Blnding Blvd. 777-3673 L OTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Business/O ffe e good condition. $150 transfer to new owner d dresser; twin beds. Schnodles pups KEY BUICK 1 9 v d 7i lotusoacksonleco
Eipment Call (904)908-9988 $5,000 If Interestedc leave message. 318 8384 23wt53-so0 outsde Bd 64 1 650ABEAC B OL 98 ARlnt TY
Couch $25. Washer PM. C is 742-7373 Razor Eectric DACHSHUND PUPS AKC tact Joe A 642-6060 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992 ARLINGTON TOYOTABU
Collectables & Dryer, $75 eacho.u i Scooter. $100. LH, show breeder, beuti ANIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC P 10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762
Computer 4 Matt ress Box , i Calol 338-1264 fulnr POP, C,$350-up 629-93801' PIhp ".
Crt/ Sores Mi crowe $35. T.V. $50. Sil verware Set FISH TANK 125 Gallon, lHs F d. 8 4-4826 COGGIN TOYOTA-W AVENUES
Electronics End/Table w/ lamps $15. Fa..sFarm.o, By Oneida. Cherrywood with over CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC COGGIN GMC TRUCKS TOM BUSH MAZA 10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
Estate Sales Bakers Rck. 264 6814 Ids Car Set by 12 place settings, $500 worth of accesso-

2r | p roe Ai SSPi o Sinie 5A0 CHIISO www ciiOao lec om 1 0Atlantic d1 Blvd. 724-08
Fa r /Plantingme A Couch White with C 2-364 ml h s C ol A 510-7104, 904-778-246n4 r more4 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 d KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
Fruits/V deae I no-i smoke. $100. Negotiable. Inf onM CADILLAC AEN I R Y nland CITY 6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

reddi n o v- mke . so Nea tiNow $i0.rtn MA D CI
lrmitu household Call 202 -164 7999Blnding Blv 778-7700 O MrER N 9TRUCKSA 6916 Blnding Blvd 779-00 LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
Garage Sales DESKdarkoll top Building Services Techncian positionwithone of Americas Green Cove Springs 24502 Blanding Blvd9.
SVen/Lawn , 5S0. PARKER CADILLAC 29 9 3U.S. 1 South St Aug.

eHotrl e bs epas M a l 912725 3Bd Blvd 71A7 90T/70 wnimh tc 11 800- 622-4888or 904-797.8800
JHwelr/Wates Cl912-729 2928 leading commercial and industrial real estate companies. This is an 283 San Marco, StAug (904)824-91818 0 ToYO9- TA8
Kid'sStlff td Dining set for 6; MERCEDEIS NJ N A1AIm ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
Machinery and -- excellent condition; -caJ= M MIN HONDA ON A7=
acoin ern d L soid cherry, eellent opportunity for an indMidual with 3-5 years building and 1100 IE :laltIBI. 5 18I0 BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. 131o Cassat Ave. 389-4561

Medical 8extraln Bea. s. 10231 Atlantic Blvd 724-1080
Miscellaneous Ca 9 t 2-S10o0261 mechanical systems experience to operate and maintain office and light COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES COGGIN HONDA 13AacB. 200_]_- _,-_
Merchandise D uexel China Hutch 10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
Musical Merchandise aI S bO Antique RCA" industrial faces in our expanding Jacksonville portfolio ofOF ST. AUGUSTINE VW OF ORNE PAR
ah h ad io/recor d player CREST CH EVROLET 898 U S:Hwy S. -800-45-1689 TOMBUSH MINI 1481 Wells Road 269-2603
h eav duty;dings cabinet w/$400 records. $150
Public Sales. Ca 269-7224 properties. Excellent compensation and benefits. Apply in person or 8281 Mernl Rd. 721-1880 VA 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 O'STEEN VW
SOrting goods re 1927 white GABER CHEVYW r Philips Hwy. 322-5100
rotary electric sew- forward resume to 4901 Belfort Road, Suite 110, Jacksonville, FL 32256 1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900 11401
Trales ~fing machinesIwGreen Cove Srns-2440
fllailers "'' including direc- Springs .2 -4. : -
Wanted to Buy or P C 1 to gletnaunchyn@libertypropertycom. GORDON CHEV LOU SOBH HONDA
Trade repair.nca. Bk781-8n83ed oremailt9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
tL Futon Bed- 1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200 OF THE AVENUES CITY MITSUBISHI
PIaul siz ma..ttress. 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
$250 Negotiable,HAMM CEV Phillips Hy 370-1300w.ciyautomotve.com
$25-7104,1 Neavetmessge. 2600 Philips Hwy. 39&3036 LUCAS HONDA OF JAX O'STEEN VOLVOH
Air Conditi owner HEADBOARD, Sold Oak CITY MITSUBISHIl 2525 Philips Hwy. 39&-5M8_
Eclet coundit00 Suite King Headboardi PINEVIEW CHEVROLET 7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277
BTU, 18"x13 x13' night stands, top star- PROPE.R T Y r uR Macdenny 259-6117rfRAEPARK
$50 OBO. dresser; excellent condi- = 7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100 .
lion. $550.00 OBO.
.FIEDERSAC0,7500 Call 276-3736 www.liberyproperty.com GEORGE MOORE CHEVwww.cautomove.comPROFESSIONAL
tL�Excellent condition. , 4 inI 1 Bed w/Chang- 711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
$60.00 OBO. ..in Table Dresser
blades Sl0OBe. 1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041 7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900 COGGIN NISSAN-ATL ANTIC 10231 Atantic Blvd. 722-1664
MERCbElasd $150Lam$0 ;Wa, IKEY HYUNDAI 10600 Atlantic Blvd 642-7900
sof top light blue, I munte d50; wo d*']ll[ 4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060 COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
blue int. look and Bookers Rock $15.
runs great. S6000. Washer & Dryer $75 ATLANTIC CHRYSLER 10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
912-882-7095 or each. grill $50 264-6814
912-573-0605 2330 US1 South 354-4421 uE JlUW r F BEACH RLVD, AUTOMOTivE
WINDOWS (6) Beautiful Leather sofa & 2 HARILI NFINITII, lMll 80aa AAC9-V. AUTOMOTIEI
Hand Blown Wavy glass recliners, bedroom 5 0 5-90 7 10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200 www.beachblvdautomotlve.com
Avondale home .Stol in c hests, coffee 1750 Southside Blvd, 725-7300 PARKER NISSAN 6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
the original wood cas- table, end tables, FRANKGRIFFIN 2755 U.S.1 South, Stg9. 904-784-9990
in excellent condition. BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
(42 measure 34"x34" (2) entertainment
are 31"x31" $80 each or centers, antique Chrysler of Orange Park
$360 for aIll. 415-2871 mahogany side- Besides protecting our county, military 1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111 1565 Wells Rd. 269-94M0 PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
board on spindle personnel stationed in our communities GARBER CHRYSLER www.cityautomotive.com Jill 10211 Atlaritic Blvd. 724-1080
Eli ....... Eehan Allegs, foyer cabinet,ryoCOGGINoPON
chair & ottoman, donated 505,907 hours of volunteer Green Cove Springs 264-2416 iC P A Lexus of Jacksonville
(White) $50. Win- desk, executive
dow A/C Unit $50.esxuvAiiNNFodaGUARKSD01AtlanticBlvd. 724-2310 Pro-Owned Center
tar Automatic transfer (cherry), rugs, lots Georgia last year. Their time was given to CHRYSLER JEEP 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 GARBER PONTIAC 10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
switch 16 circuits. $200. of accessoriesand community organizations, church groups,
269-7224 accssehorditems. 1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792 Green Cove Springs 264-4502 Tom Rush BMW
Refrigerator, GE h eo items. youth activities, scouting and more. NIMNICH PT -G 9910 Atlantic Blvd 371-4381
side-by-side,R__ _ _
Ice/water dispn.ser.. Mahogany Hutch Thank you! ,-95 Endt Bch, 2330iUSiSo
Mayport Housing, $550 .front brass fixtures.
Refrigerator/freezer arms down seats. $200. 1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 WARREN MOTORS, INC.
whirlpool, almond. C 6 please call 984-5943 , BRUMOS MOTOR
25cuft. Exc. condi- MATTRESS A Full Size ATLANTIC DODGE FRANK GRIFFINC2 East State St. 358491
lion. $150. set $129. Kg PT set $229, .C 90RS6-62m 0. 2330 USI sout 34421I
912-729-2630 new in plastic. 398-5200

well; both $250. 272-4227 912-496-4805 ' % ,. ",, ',LrJR

1.9 Billion

The economic impact
of the military in
Northeast Florida and
Southeast Georgia is
17.9 billion.
Local businesses benefit from the
military and civilian personnel who
buy and rent homes and who purchase
goods and services. Let them know
what your business has to offer by
advertising in one or all of the military
publications distributed at the local
bases in the area.
For advertising information,
please call 904-359-4336,
Fax 904-366-6230.

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18 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 12, 2007

The economic impact of the
military in Northeast Florida
and Southeast Georgia is
$7.9 billion.

Local businesses benefit from the military and
civilian personnel who buy and rent homes and
who purchase goods and
services. Let them know what your
business has to offer by advertising in one or all
of the military publications
distributed at the local bases in the area.

For advertising
information, please call
Fax 904-366-6230.

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18" Chrome Fusion Chevolet Trail- FORD FOCUS '06. 270 TOYOTA AVALON
________________ Nexus, se o l. bazer Poe Win- miles. Best value around. ) '06 XLS. Like new, FORD F150 LARIAT NISSAN FRONTIER '02 . TOYOTA TACOMA
ms and tires. 600. dw cod oc new $99 dwn gets you driving. 13K miles. $27,990 CREW 44 '05. Loadedto Supercharged Hardto 2006 Factory War- ( TOYOTA TACOMA
S OPEN . Ask for Reed tires, d, go n- Ca 38900 998-0012 the gills. $425/m. 389-7700 find $99 down and ts rates, 4-cyl, 5-sp, 04 CREW CAB New tires on Ford
JII . 1-I 0 904-254-1503. Middleburg, FORD TAURUS '04 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE . R yours. Call 389-7700 keyless entry, bed- SR5 V6 $18,980 150RimsnToyo
Jeep Hardtop with FL. $10,500. Reliable transportation. FORD F1S0 1995 liner, SR-J Package, 998-0012 Proxes SfT
$5 WOW Cal 3 6 $TOYOTA AVALON o ,TITAN04 Mint condition J800 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 275/70Rt6. Must
. Tpper doos.C5350 Cl 0LS05.Leather, 4X4,V-8, 130K NISSANmTITmiles, asking $t6,800. Sell! $400. Dana 887.4624
912-882OVE4724RS K &2 runs geat, HONDA ACCORD LX '06 CD, sunroof, 30K miles, new tires, 35K s $17,990 9-8-
SCLOSEOUT ol tires, frontba Rte liryelle iable,9O Re- miles. $24,990 great condition LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
New Alternator, $1850. 010. HomeAccS998-0012 $7500 904 386-4210 TO TASQ I
oolkit ed 2823 W370-043 Honda Accord LX LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE $ 0 TOYOTA SEQUOIA ISUZU RODEO 04 Tool B x ckae,
donut space, car 2005 Excellent cond.T- OY FORD F250 Super SATURN OUT- I '07. Like new, black Only 19,000 miles, aluminum diamond
cover ver/repir heavy Cmoro 28, $16,5 . TOYOTA CAMR Duty Turbo Diesel LOOK XR '07. Only ton, DVD. 34,990 fully equip. $13,990 pled, fits full size.
manuals. Col 268-2482 74K miles, runs 904-514-2423 HYBRID '07. LikeLrit 1,000 miles. Fully 998-0012 Call for information.
J ( great, must see.$24,990 equipped. $31440 EXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
904'771-8510 HONDA CIVIC '05 new, equip $24,990 36,880LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S ONDA CIVIC 98-001 24990 $36,880 998-0012 80012$31 EXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 912-467-3708. $200
CHEVY White/tan. $13,990 FORD F250 LARIAT
CORVETTE01998-0012ToyotaCamry2006, R 03. Lifted and
rSilver/gray 6sd, LEXUS OF JACKSONILLE door L Sedan, bd to the bone '38-7700 SCION xB '06. Only
Toorse 9 ago 74 Liler N r, 6pd U LEXUS14,000 miles; bateoe38-0 .15,000 mi. Like new.
P h 1r7 ar he 911 Targa 'ke New ,Head UP gara pl, exce N iu on at a
White, black leo , Dsplay. $23,980 HYUNDAI ACCENT '07 garage kept xcel- Ford Ranger XLT $15,760 998-0012
S estoed 2k 9980012 6000 les, veryclean lent ondition. Call Jean 2001,super cab, V, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
invested. Best offer $275/mo. Call 389-7700 Kirkland 449-4104. AC, Cruise, tilt bed,
(912)882-71740 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $18,000 liner am-fm-cd,
r* Jen Kirkland. 449-414. ev SUZSKI GR$ND
(91 2)573-3250Ch JAGUAR X-TYPE TOYOTA COROLLA Jean Krkland. 449 4104. SUZUK GRANDtH om e
'05. Only 17K miles 49K miles, gas saver6 VITARA EX'05
472 BC 700R4 $19,990 998-0012
SiM 8" lift 3" body life, $19,990 998-0012 AC. $8900. Call 389-7700 Fond Ranger 2003, Only 18,000 miles
3.5" Baggers, 35" LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Toa oroa 2003, extend cab, V6, $14,980 998-0012 Custom Protection Officer� (Armed)
1575 ls Rd, p s.1 ton drive auto, air, cruise, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
AN E PR K, FL ACURA RSX 06 train. Asking6500/OBO. Lexus GS300 2002, 5 spded, manual CD, keyless ey, Earn up to $31 064 ar (overtime inclusive).
gold with rims, dvd transmission, pwr bed liner, 68K miles,
Le rplyer and 4 new windows, pwr locks, $9,700. 874-3552 Toyota 4RunnerN,:, -.I, experiencing one of the
Next to hadNissa . $16,980 CHRYSLER 300C tires. Call Kim at a/c, am/fm/cd. $10,000. SR5 1997, Cruise, . . experience in one e
998-0012 '06. Leather, CD, 904-778-2464 912-729-6469 GMC DENALI '05 roof, rack, /s /b, wing: law enforcement, corrections, career mili-
and Harey LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE sunroof, navigation. TOYOTA E CA Leather, CD, DVD, Ch anm3,000 ni D taryl branches of m; itar, pli;,:e or combat t
\ ACURA TSX '04 AWD. Only $25,880 7.9 billion 02 K TRD Package, sunroof. O ,000 Change, 183,000 r ingt6-911 a $ne.:..:.e , .:r.m.nl pun.:. egm or
sunroof, only 37,00 0 LEXU OF JACKSONVILLE Is the economic A/C, sunroof, air 998-0012 police academy graduates.
sunroof, only 37,00 Intake, foglights, 17" LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE TOYOTAFJ
miles $20990 CHRYSLER 30 '05 The impact of the wheels, excellent ond LEXU NVIL CRUISER'07 in the team and earn great benefits, including
M4 998-0012 working man's Bentley! militia in Northeast tion, $12,250. 080. GMC ENVOY XL Leather, CD, fully medical, dental, and life insurance, free Class
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Only $369/mo. 389-7700 Florida and 9-8-4 Denali '05. Fully equipped. $26,880 D" training, free uniforms, and up to three
SFlorida and TOYOTA equipped. $24,990 998-0012 eek n
I ACURA TSX '04 CHRYSLER PT Southeast Georgia. COROLLA '06 998-0012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE S ' paidvacation! Top that off with having one of
SONL790 Iro Dmeserve 6sd,n92 HP, Warrany e e Advertise inthe Spoiler, CD, fully LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE he highest paid security salaries in Florida, and
L real(g EXL0 Navga- LAN got a Dob to be prouRLof!imte
Head Sportster sunroof, 6 disc CD, Ithr, pymts $279/mo. 389-7700 miita publications equipped. $15,980 HONDA PILOT TOYOTA HIGH-
$5300.00 OBO 29 mpg, $13,900. Call t 998-0012 EXL 'ON. Naviga- LANDER LimitedTCT
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oWide BMWderon2196ndde BBLW CHRYSLldERto Jlocalbases in the 2VW Beetle 20039812T WACNd R PA
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Bg&toolboew andaBlepeuRdPes lVW BEETLE Coy Techk$29,480 S. .Only 26K miles,
utch Neower Saddle BMW 32C 2, Limited Edition 904-359-4336, '04 GLS Turb, only 990012 one owner. $20,90 Mondays and Fridays,8:30AM-S:0PM
Fat Bob Gas Tank...Lots A lckgemCD MOTIVATED Fax 23K miles $17,980 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 998-0012 Tuesdays Thurida) , 8:3 AM-:OPM
of custom work (o lot of Monroof, Garaged, SELLER! aX J- U.998-0012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE a
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sportster( low miles Corvette 151,000 miles.runs 7a.9k 9 APR * 107 Only
consider trade for: BMW 7451i'046 See1 (912)552-5 obla Call Home. 904-277-3823 2000 miles. NaCD
forbootgoo for fishgad- Fully equiponly (92)576-9257 nt./ex, 6e04h\/ E1 & U c n
ing and family ) * M 2 p iint, 8 s starter,/ &D - U JE fully equip. $56,890
duhf904-4 7 car N, C9DI Nr Dw $18,500aBe T new paint, tires, starter JEEP GRAND CERO.
9exec.. cond.9500. 1st Time KEE '04. Blow out Prce 998-012
li904-409ke new. $1,880 612015384-5846 Buyers $12,988. Call 389-7700 LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE
HarleyDavidson 998-0012 GANT Chr 662-0726
4 1971- Model 900, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE L .. .. LEXUS LX450 1997. Only

$500. Worth Chrome 998-0012 Dodge Caravan AC, 2.4Lexlt, hunter
S sportster, low miles -l Corvette / 151,000 miles, runs 7.9-8.9 APR

excelt oaed .R 505907 Hours
real ey d. Original In The er, li$1k9,900 BlC hrome, stand $9000 OBO. C
Harley not an import. Call 389-7700 383 engine, too fast Phone-912-729-4830 after D X ',
$5,000 or best offer, will ar us! $13,500. A Must 5. M. 500 DOW....
insider trades for: " BMW 7451i '04 . - See 1912 552A2825 or country military
boat(one for fishing and (9 Fully equip, only (912)576-9257 MAZDA 6 '04
family use, a nice XUSOF41Kmiles. L $40,90 . Silver/gray, CD, EVERYBODYof fu 1q2u
Sdaugh tersr , first car, wi 998-0012 woo Nubia AT, leather $14,990our c
take cash or trade. 9x ewod ur 9 1 BRI DES!
904-401-1927 or LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 2000, 74,00 miles, 99-0012f volunteer service in Northeast Florida and Southeast
PW alloys, grey, 998-0012
MaWd 9 70 S'good gas m league, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Harley avidson Call77-5296 MITSUBISHI GALANT ES'01 C s -
95V-Rod 05, 2r om miles. $25,980 a 56K, pwr windows & lock,
h C998-0012 Dodge Caravan AC, 2.4L, auto, hunter

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912-467-3708_ Z 1550 CASSAT AVE 'p110 'aon spece! $289/mo. 389-7700 CSb-505. $18,880 , H ou rs
HarleHeritage 891-3898 owner, -like new.3 Chre 2 ,O ACoG I standingEXUS Ak N E . - i
5 oom st a 387 4 1 e lly equipped. $8990 t $379/mo. Call . 389-7700 08-6024 for me ACURA MDX '05
shop man jual, O suFORD w a spnroof, fully equip
Santee ofttail20 Gl;00 all included. m NISSAN 350Z Con $28,680 998-0012

Custom. 1,00 cOin * Cuently rounnfing. verti leToring LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
912-82-709re , 6 spd utility tralerok 04. 28K mi. V $25,9804--- son
912-573-0605 r C h8 r4x8 feet holds 42' cut 998-0012 BUICK RAINER
. Harley Heritage ridding lawn tractor. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 10. '04 CXL. 29K miles, of volunteer service in Northeast Florida and Southeast
1997, 19K miles $300. . 8879042 or fully equip. $17,990
$9,000. Excellent scrs777- 8120 NISSAN 350Z Tour- 998-0012 8
condition. BlackG a s e h r m an
tsc Call Styxwouldliket ing Roadster '04 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Georgia last year. Their time was given to community
982-oco35,croe.rti o invite all friends Thank only 28K mi. $27,980
982- 4 H oare a r0mies to o! aki n dvi cut oeallfriendstB a nksoe M us !998-0012 CHEVY SILVERA DO Z71
SHondaCM45E and customers to Besides peclng our LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Crew'06. Like new, low organizations, church groups, youth activities,
Good shape. 1982 stop by or call ii n miles. $399/mo. 389-7700
steParts Bike2 s yu.try,military personnel N Pathfinder . Chevy Silver.ddo'04
"No-Title" 'mstatonedinouroommuni- T LE 1997. Mint con- Ext Cab Bck, 28kcouting and more.
$300.00 - edition. $4,500 00. miles. 5.3 titer V8.
982-0097. Ask for Ben Bring in this ad for es donated 505,907 904-514-2423m LOADE rD!
HondaCRX'88 extra savings! hours of volunteer se e Nissan Xterra SE Smoke-free,bed covhr,
1208k miles, Ky Military and First in N eastlRoda and . 2001, 4x4, fully Bose Premium, cloth,
Rims, Exhaust, new ime Buyersot e loaded.83K. extras. tow Pkg, INMMACU-
tires, Tinat, Needsw T BISoIeastGgia last t lack, six CD LATE, $18,000,
Paint, Must See! $3200 Welcome! ear.Teirtimewasgiven chonger, free life time Negotiable. 912-674-3792
0ab. 248-25W-eome! ttO m alignment, balance, and DODGE DURANGO '06
Watoerete t H A Vy tire rotation. $11,200. Drive SUV at a car pay-
2 HONDA VTX1300R like family, come to tions, chuilchgroups,youth Call 542-1000 x172 or meat. $349/mo. 389-7700
2006. Lots of extras 850-582-4246 04-3 -433 F0389-7700-3 -23
Extended warranty NIMNICHT acvescouting and, DODGE RAM SLT 904-35 4 36, Fax 904-366 230.
information. CQ9 1500 Hemi Crew
912-467-3708 1550 CASSAT AVE pl..Ca space! $289/mo. 389-7700 Cab,'0S. $18,880
, RC-51 2001. Mint 891-3898 K* 1" , PONTIAC G6 '07 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ..
condition. All stock. $993down and youRie!!!. .
5200 miles. Extras. F ax90441104 11.6U30. Call 389-7700 (7 FORD EXPEDI-"o.. .... . ...
Call Jamie. _SU' TION '03. Fully
904-864-6699. $6500 firmSUZUKAER 04 Great
9 6 9$ * FORD warranty, super gas equipped. $16,880
- -Santee Seftole12000IEXPLORER, good mileage. $7900. 389-7700 998-0012
Custom. 100 cuin * condition, sunroof, 4 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
revtech, 6 speed j door combo lock . SUZUKI VERONA '04
revtech. 180 rear security system, towing Garage kept, excellent FORD F150 4x4 '06. 28K
tire, 1400 miles, asking package. Must see!! condition. Must see! Only mi, bank repo! Take over
$8500. OBO. 576-7686 Call 226-1033. $6500 $6995. Call 389-7700 pymts $349/mo. 389-7700

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