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School Physicals
Getting Ready To Head Back To School
Page 4


Special Training
Sea Cadets Learn Skills
Pages 6-7


Physicians Honored
Hospital Holds Graduation Ceremony
Page 9


THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2007


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New fleet master chief




visits local bases
By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor N..F


LTCM(SW/SS) Rick West,
U.S. Fleet Forces Command
fleet master chief, visited NAS
Jacksonville July 10 to tour the facili-
ties here, learn about base programs
and meet the Sailors and civilian
workforce. West, the former Pacific
Fleet, fleet master chief from 2005-07,
transferred to his new job last month.
"I recently took over this position,
coming from the Pacific fleet and had
never been to Jacksonville, so I want-
ed to come here and meet the leader-
ship and talk with some of the Sailors
and their families," said West. "It's so
important to get out and see what our
people are doing and I want them to
know who I am and that my door is
always open."
During his visit here, West was
given a brief by staff members of
Commander, Navy Region Southeast,
toured Hangar 1000 where he met
with squadron personnel, had break-
fast with base command master
chiefs at the Flight Line Caf6, vis-
ited Morale, Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Department facilities includ-
ing the Fitness Source, gym, Liberty
Cove Recreation Center and the recy-
cling center, toured the Fleet and
Family Support Center .and VP--30
and had lunch at Naval Hospital Jax.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS jax Fitness Director Tim McKinney talks with FLTCM(SW/SS) Rick West, U.S.
Fleet Forces Command fleet master chief, about the base fitness facilities and cur-
rent programs available to the Sailors and their families.
NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Director Carolyn
McCorvey discusses FFSC programs
available for Sailors and their families
with FLTCM(SW/SS) Rick West, U.S.
Fleet Forces Command fleet master
chief during his visit here July 10.

"MWR programs are so very impor-
tant to the military members and
their families," said West, as he vis-
ited the Fitness Source.


See MASTER CHIEF, Page 14


Photo courtesy of the FFSC


More than 200
cyclists and
friends gathered
here July 15 for the fifth
anniversary of Share the
Road Memorial Ride and
ceremony in honor of Lt.
Cmdr. James Warmowski.
Warmowski was attached
to the now disestablished
Naval Healthcare Support
Office (HSO) at NAS
Jacksonville at the time of
his death. An avid cyclist
and member of the Navy
South Regional Triathlon
Team, he was cycling south-
bound on U.S. Route 17 on
July 14, 2002 when he was
fatally struck by a motorist
who drove onto the shoul-
der of the road.
Rear Adm. Mark Boensel,
commander, Navy Region
Southeast, and NAS Jack-
sonville Executive Officer
Capt. Steven Holmes, along
with members from Team
Navy Jax, joined the North
Florida Bicycle Club for a
14-mile ride from north of
here to the accident site
for the ceremony honoring
Warmowski. Team Navy
Jax is an NAS Jacksonville


Participants of the memorial
Southeast plays taps.
Retired Navy Capt. Mike Plante
(left) and AW2(AW) Shawn
Wynn unveil a memorial road
marker along U.S. Route 17
South in honor of Lt. Cmdr.
James Warmowski. Plante is now
a civilian employee at the Navy
Medicine Support Command at
NAS Jacksonville. Wynn, with
HS-5, is a member of Team
Navy Jax Bicycle Club and just
returned from the Middle East
where he served in the war on
terrorism. The marker was placed
at the site of Warmowski's fatal
accident in 2002.

bicycle club.
"I was commanding offi-
cer of NAS Jacksonville
when Warmowski died,"
Boensel recalled. "I had the
unpleasant duty of letting


Photo courtesy of Team Navy lax
ride are moved to tears as MU3 Shelby Tucci of Navy Band


his command know what
happened to him. It was a
very, very hard day."
Longtime friend and
shipmate Michael Plante,
a retired Navy captain and


Photo by MCI(SW) Nick De La Cruz
now the facilities director
for Navy Medicine Support
Command (NMSC), was
the guest speaker. NMSC

See RIDE, Page 14


www.jaxairnews.com


rnoo oy rIaylee Latocque
Capt. Steve Holmes recently took over as the new execu-
tive officer of NAS Jax.

NAS Jacksonville

welcomes new XO
By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor

apt. Steve Holmes has reported to NAS Jackson-
ville as the new executive officer (XO) and says
he's looking forward to the challenges of his new
role here. "I'm excited to be here. As an aviator, my
past tours were aviation specific. This job is a whole
new business to me, which makes me a bit nervous
but I realize this staff is full of experts. My job here
is really to manage more than to be a subject matter
expert like I was in my squadrons," said Holmes. "I am
looking forward to this tour. It's part of my personal
professional growth."
"I think first and foremost, as any XO would tell you,
my role here is to support the commanding officer and
carry out the mission of the base. But I really suspect
it's more of a managerial and coordination function
because there are so many moving parts aboard this
installation," he continued. "I will rely on the experts
because I recognize that I don't know everything so I
will trust the people who do know to guide me."
Holmes, a native of Chesapeake, Va., is a 1985 gradu-
ate of the U.S. Naval Academy. He completed his initial
flight training and received his naval aviator's wings in
February 1987. After fleet replacement pilot training
in the SH-3H Sea King aircraft at HS-1 at NAS Jax,
Holmes reported to HS-7 in August 1987. During this
tour, he deployed on board USS John F. Kennedy (CV
67) to the Mediterranean Sea as a part of Carrier Air
Wing Three.
From April 1990 through October 1992, Holmes
was attached to the staff of Helicopter Antisubmarine
Wing One as the training officer. After completing
Aviation Safety Officer School, Holmes served on the
staff of Carrier Air Wing One from December 1992 until
December 1994 as the ASW officer, combat search and
rescue officer, and safety officer. This tour took him on
board USS America (CV 66) to the Mediterranean Sea,
Adriatic Sea and Indian Ocean.
In December 1994, Holmes served as an instructor
pilot and training officer at HS-1. In January 1997,
he reported to HS-3 at NAS Jacksonville serving as
the safety officer, operations officer and maintenance
officer. During this tour, HS-3 deployed on board USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67) to the Mediterranean Sea,
Adriatic Sea and Indian Ocean as part of Carrier Air
Wing Eight.
After his department head tour at HS-3, Holmes
reported to the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, R.I.
and graduated from the College of Naval Command and
Staff in March 2000 with a Masters of Arts in national
security and strategic studies. He then transferred to a
joint billet as the United States Space Command's liai-
son officer to the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization,
later renamed the Missile Defense Agency, in
Washington, D.C.
In October 2002, he reported to HS-3 as executive offi-
cer deploying on board USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN
71) in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He served as
commanding officer from Feb. 12, 2004 to April 21, 2005.

See NEW XO, Page 14


Ombudsman training slated
NAS Jax Ombudsman Basic Training workshops will be held
Aug. 6-9 from 6-10 p.m., Oct. 7 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and
Dec. 7 from 6-10 p.m. in the Building 554 conference room.
Basic training is required of all ombudsmen to better enhance


the readiness of Navy families. This course provides the founda-
tional information necessary for ombudsmen to properly execute
their duties as required by OPNAVINST 1750.1F.
For more information and to sign up, call Wilhelmina Nash at
542-2766, ext. 155 or email: wilhelmina.nash@navy.mil.


Hundreds pedal in tribute to officer, friend

Former Navy
medicine officer
honored with
memorial ride
By MC1(SW)
Nick De La Cruz
Navy Medicine Support
Command Public Affairs


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2,. JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 19, 2007


Looking back in time...


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Promotions confirms that we



are definitely growing older


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Ihad almost forgotten about
Dustin's upcoming promotion
to lieutenant commander, and
maybe that was on purpose.
It's not that I'm not proud of my
husband or glad to be in a new pay
grade, but, well, "lieutenant com-
mander" sounds so old. Dustin becom-
ing "Lt. Cmdr. Smiley" in the same
year that I turned 30-the same year
that I discovered I have high blood
pressure and was prescribed my first
pair of glasses-only seems to confirm
one thing: we aren't the hip, young
couple we used to be. (Some might
argue that we never were hip, but
whatever.)
"Lt. Smiley" had such a ring to it,
almost of Top-Gun's-Maverick kind
of feel. Being married to a lieutenant
is like being married to someone in a
fraternity, only the lieutenants make
better money and don't go home to
their parents at Christmas.
It's the best of both worlds. And if
Lieutenants are the "frat guys" of the
lavy, then lieutenant commanders are
kind of like the professors. They are
too old to participate in most of the
fun, yet still too young to give it up
entirely.
When Dustin was at his first squad-
ron, I remember planning parties
and debating as to whether or not we
should invite the "04's," (a nickname
for lieutenant commanders derived
from the title of their pay grade): It
wasn't that we didn't like the lieu-
tenant commanders, or that we were
trying to be exclusive, but the young
guys could relax if the 04's weren't
there.
And now Dustin is an 04.


I suspect that we are being crossed
off party lists as I type.
So anyway, I might have purpose-
fully forgotten that Dustin was mov-
ing beyond his lieutenant days, until
June 1. We had just picked up my 87-
year-old grandmother, Doris, for my
annual three-week vacation with her.
Dustin was driving me, Doris, and the
kids from Florida to Virginia, then
flying home, where he would be very
hard at work, that's for his command-
ing officer (CO), while we continued to
play.
The car ride would take two days.
We had just left a hotel somewhere in
Georgia, when a few miles down the
road, Dustin said, "Oh, by the way,
I'm a lieutenant commander today." I
felt an age spot appear under my left
eye just as he said it.
Doris, sitting in the backseat,
said, "What does that mean exactly,
Dustin?"
"It means you have to call me 'Sir'
now," Dustin said.
Dustin's humor is often dry, and
sometimes misunderstood, as it was
then. Doris folded her arms across her
chest and huffed, highly indignant.
"Well!" she said.
Doris has always said that Dustin is
"Number Two." My dad, Doris's son-
in-law, is her "Number One." It is
Doris's own personal rank structure
for the men in her life. When Dustin
made his little joke about Doris call-
ing him "Sir," I sensed that he had
swiftly moved down the ranks to
become "Number Five."
Dustin's actual promotion ceremony,
however, wouldn't be until one month
later, when the kids and I returned
from our vacation. Early one Monday
morning, we filed into Dustin's squad-


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ron's Ready Room and watched as
the CO led Dustin in a reaffirmation
of his oath. It felt like Dustin's wing-
ing all over again, only my father-in-
law wasn't there giving a speech and
I wasn't expecting a sweetheart pin
(see last week's column).
My expectations were decidedly low
this time: I just wanted the kids to
behave and for my hips to look slim
in the pictures. Except that when the
CO asked who would pin the new oak
leafs on Dustin uniform, I didn't hesi-
tate. Of course, I would do it.
In the beginning of our marriage,
at Dustin's winging, I had wondered
if it was "my place." Two weeks ago,
at Dustin's promotion, there was
no question. We have been married
eight years. Dustin has been gone
for deployments and various other
military duties a good percentage of
that time. I have been manning the
homefront.
It's a team effort. Dustin's promo-
tion felt like an achievement for both
of us, a reminder of how far we've
come and how invested we are in this
military lifestyle.
But that still doesn't mean we're on
the invite list for any more lieutenant
parties. Which is OK, really, because
we probably couldn't find a babysitter
anyway, and Dustin (almost 32) tends
to fall asleep watching the evening
news.

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


LINDA MCL.;ARVER

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Fleet and Family
Support Center

SHometown: Modesto, Calif.


Family Life: Married with three grown children.

Past Duty Stations: NS Guantanamo Bay,
Cuba

Career Plans: To continue working at the Fleet
and Family Support Center.

Most Interesting Experience: Fishing in
Guantanamo Bay.

Words of Wisdom: Seek ye first the kingdom
of God and his righteousness.


Hey. MonevMan!
My wife and I are going
to have our first baby next
month and I heard that
there is a program on base
where you can get free
nurse services. Do you
know anything about this?
MoneyMan Sez:
Congratulations on your
new addition! I hope you
are ready for all the excite-
ment and changes in your
life. I am not aware of
any long-term "free nurse
services" but the Navy-
Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) offers the Visiting
Nurse Program that you
should check out.
NAS Jacksonville has
two registered nurses who
will visit you at home if you


invite them. They provide
postpartum care, post-sur-
gical follow-up care, health
education, and a variety of
other services.
These services are free
and you should contact
either Sandra Jackson or
Tanyia Williams.
NMCRS also offers a
Budget for Baby class which
is designed to provide new
parents information on the
cost of having and raising
children.
You may ask for a visit-
ing nurse or sign up for the
Budget for Baby class by
calling 542-3515 or 3191.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


Online appointment system

available for ID cards
From Personnel Support Detachment lax
Appointments for ID cards may be made on the Web
site to avoid the wait associated with walk in cus-
omers. Appointments can be made by civilians,
retirees and active duty members in advance for all types
of ID cards. Appointments are taken from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
daily. Walk in customers will continue to be served on
a first come, first served basis; however, customers with
appointments have priority.
Appointments can be made online at www.psalant.navy.
mil.
Appointments can be cancelled or rescheduled by the
customer on the Web site and the site also shows when
scheduled outages will occur.
All dependent children are required to have an ID card
when they turn 10 years old. All dependent children trans-
ferring overseas must have an ID card. If ID cards are
required for more than one dependent, make individual
appointments for each dependent.
ID cards can be reissued 30-45 days prior to current
expiration date and can be requested by mail for any-
one who is not physically able to travel to the Personnel
Support Detachment (PSD). The request must include a
picture (5x7), a letter from a doctor stating that the per-
son cannot travel to the PSD and a copy of the current ID
card.
Avoid the wait, make your appointment today!
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SUNDAY SERVICES

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

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








NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer.................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer......................Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief.................................CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer........................................................ Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer..................................... Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor........................................................................... Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor............................... MC1 (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer......................................................... AO (AW) Ron McClain
Design/Layout .................................................... .........George Atchley
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official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department
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HEY MONEYMAN!


File photo
A WC-121N Super Constellation assigned to the "Hurricane Hunters" in August 1967.


MASA JEREMIAH COHOON
Job title/command:
S . NAS Jax Security
Department

Hometown: Denver


Family Life: single

Past Duty Stations: Lackland AFB. San
Antonio

Career Plans: To continue working in the law
enforcement field.

Most Interesting Experience: Going
freest) le snowmobiling.

Words of Wisdom: Integrity is built through
the eyes that surround you.


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 19,2007


'Topcats' approach Pacific sundown


By Lt. Blackford Huntington
VS-31
The "Topcats" of VS-31 are nearing
the end of the S-3 Viking communi-
ty's final deployment to the Western
Pacific on board USS John C. Stennis
(CVN 74).
While VS-31 is conducting their sun-
down cruise embarked Stennis and part of
Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 9, VS-31 continues
to support ground forces in Afghanistan
and Iraq and conduct maritime operations.
By providing surface surveillance, recon-
naissance and providing in-flight refueling
to other aircraft, the Topcats are invalu-
able to accomplishing success in the U.S.
Fifth Fleet area of operations.
Prior to deploying aboard Stennis,
VS-31 flew cross-country to embark the
West Coast-based Stennis for the squad-
ron's farewell deployment and last S-3
Viking deployment to the Pacific. "It is a
great opportunity to be part of the final
Western Pacific deployment," said Lt. John
Kovalsky. "The entire squadron is proac-
tive and focused on keeping our jets flying
safe and making this deployment the best
one to date."
Stennis and CVW-9 entered the Fifth
Fleet area of operations Feb. 19 and have
been conducting missions in support of
coalition forces operating on the ground in
Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring
Freedom for five months.
"Of course we miss our children, our
wives, and the pleasures of home," said Lt.
Cmdr. Christopher Levitt.
"However, to be flying over Iraq one day,
providing late night tanker support the
next, we are certainly keeping ourselves
busy.
From the squadron's home away from
home, Ready Room 7, Levitt spoke about
the high morale of the squadron and its
flexibility and professionalism over the
past five months.
"Couple that with the outstanding
advancement and reenlistment rate of the
Sailors within our squadron, I'd say that
makes for a cruise with accolades that can-
not be challenged," he said.
Several Topcats are also chasing many
career milestones this deployment. VS-31's


Photo by MC3 ]on Hyde
A S-3B Viking from the "Topcats" of VS-31
lands on the flight deck of the Nimitz-class
aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN
74). Stennis and Carrier Air Wing 9, as part
of the John C. Stennis Carrier Strike Group,
are on a regularly scheduled deployment
in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and
maritime operations. Maritime operations
help set the conditions for security and stabil-
ity in the maritime environment, as well as
complement counter-terrorism and security
efforts of regional nations.
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Mohammad
Khan is 40 arrested landings away from
1,000 and Lt. Robert Chandler is close to
1,000 hours in the S-3 Viking, a rare feat
among junior officers.
In all, four S-3 Viking squadrons remain,
all based at NAS Jacksonville. One squad-
ron is set to retire this spring, followed by
VS-31 in March 2008, a third later in 2008
and the final squadron bidding adieu in
early part of 2009.
While the sundown for the S-3 Viking's
last Western Pacific deployment is heart-
breaking to the pilots and crew who fly it,
their contribution remains invaluable to
CVW-9 and Stennis.


POW/MIA
By Staff
NAS Jacksonville wi
a POW/MIA Recog
Observance Sept. 19 a
at the All Saints Chapel to h
Americans who are former
as well as those who are sti
counted for and their families


Recognition observance
The keynote speaker is retired POW/MI
Navy Capt. Henry "Hank" Lesesne. nationally
ill hold He was deployed with VA-55 on board fallen comr
gnition USS Hancock (CV 19) flying the A- ten."
it 1 p.m. 4 Skyhawk when he was shot down Military
ionor all over Hanoi July 11, 1972. are encourage
POWs, After ejecting, he was captured and tary attire
ill unac- held in Hanoi for more than nine months whites, wo
s. until his release March 28, 1973. and approp


scheduled
A observances are held
and reaffirm a promise to
grades, "you are not forgot-
and civilian employees
aged to attend. The mili-
for participants is summer
irking uniform for guests
rate attire for civilians.


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HS- 7 ops
AW2 Justin Dove of HS-7 looks over the flight deck
of USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) as he returns to :
the carrier after a plane guard mission in a Seahawk U ..:.
helicopter July 6. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier is - :
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Photo by MCSN Damian Martinez
A SH-60 Seahawk, assigned to the
"Dusty Dogs" of HS-7, transports
a load of cargo onto the flight deck
aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft
Photo by MCSN Kevin Murray Jr. carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN
Sailors stand by after an MH-60S Seahawk attached 75) during a vertical replenishment
to the "Dusty Dogs" of HS-7 drops cargo onto the July 10.
flight deck aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier
USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) during a vertical
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NavHosp Jax

to hold school,

sport physical

marathon
From the Naval Hospital
lax Public Affairs Office
It's almost that time
again! Put on your jog-
ging shoes for Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's
Family Practice and
Pediatric Department
"School and Sports
Physicals Marathon."
This annual event allows
TRICARE Prime beneficia-
ries with a Primary Care
Manager (PCM) at the hos-
pital 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 hos-
pital, 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 students
to take part in team try-
outs or other physical edu-
cation programs.
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From VP-30


Photo by HM (5W) Michael Morgan
Claudine Chandler, LPN, gives Shayla Grange a vaccination
in the Naval Hospital Jax Immunization Clinic during the
2006 School & Sports Physicals Marathon sponsored by Naval
Hospital's Family Medicine and Pediatrics Department.


is medically fit to play the
chosen sport.
Parents should bring any
school and sports physi-
cal forms along with their
children's personal shot
record to the appointment.
Children should dress in
shorts, short-sleeved, loose
fitting T-shirts, and girls
should wear a sports bra.
Plan to arrive 30 minutes
prior to your group appoint-
ment to complete all the
necessary paperwork.
In addition to getting your
children's sports physical
done, the Marathon will fea-
ture information on a wide
range of health and safety
topics provided by hospi-
tal staff from the Wellness
Center, NAS Jax Security
and Fire Departments and
more.
If you are new to the
area and have not trans-
ferred 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 doc-
tor's office.
Remember, there is no
enrollment fee for active
duty family members. For
more information about the
military health plan, con-
tact the Health Benefits
Center at 542-9164.
To schedule either a
school physical or a pre-par-
ticipation sports physical
for children enrolled at the
facility, call Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Central Ap-
pointments at 542-4677.
If you can not make the
marathon dates, a limited
number of physical appoint-
ments will be available
prior to the new school year.
Start off the new school
year right and book early!


Security recognizes Police Officer of the Quarter


From Security


Corporal Wilfred Vilanova of the
NAS Jax Police Department, has
been selected Police Officer of the
Quarter Award (first quarter). Vilanova is
a dedicated law enforcement professional
with five years of service with the NAS
Jacksonville Police Department.
Vilanova a native of Brooklyn N.Y.,
enlisted in the U.S. Navy Sept. 5, 1978
as an aviation fire control technician and
later converted to aviation electronics tech-
nician. After serving in the Navy for 24


years, he retired March 31, 2002 as a chief
petty officer.
In his five-year career as a police officer,
Vilanova has volunteered to attend several
major training courses from various law
enforcement agencies in the surrounding
area.
These training courses have made him
a valuable asset to the NAS Jax Police
Department. His professional qualifica-
tions include police patrol boat coxswain,
weapons range safety officer, radar/laser
operator, law enforcement field training
officer and DUI breath test operator.


VP-30 held its annual command
financial fair June 15 in the squad-
ron's auditorium. The event was
held to increase the financial knowledge
base of squadron personnel and featured
several speakers who discussed subjects
ranging from saving/investment strate-
gies to avoiding financial scams.
Andy Andersen kicked off the fair with a
motivational speech entitled, "Let's Make it
a Wonderful Life ... Making a Difference."
Andersen discussed several issues, but two
of the central themes focused on the impor-
tance of developing financial security and
that "happiness is not a destination, rather
a frame of mind."
Other presenters included Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society Director Dave Faraldo


who discussed ways to avoid financial
scams (such as predatory lenders), Steve
Fishbein of SunTrust Bank, who discussed
mortgage lending, Mike Ross of VyStar
Credit Union, who presented information
about credit reports and credit scores and a
brief on Survivor Benefit Plans and retire-
ment planning.
The event was capped off with a pre-
sentation of the Thrift Savings Plan by
AMI(AW) Mark Danchak, a VP-30 instruc-
tor and command financial specialist.
This year's event was extremely infor-
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dents in attendance. VP-30's Professional
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tinue to educate the command about the
importance of responsible financial plan-
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Multi-cultural Awareness Fair is Aug. 23


From Staff


t'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 on Aug. 23 from 10 a.m.
- 3 p.m. at the BOQ Pavilion area.
The event will feature:
SWide variety of cultural exhibits
* Free food samples from various cultures
* Musical entertainment
* Car show with awards for custom, clas-
sic-stock
Building on the success of previous year's
fairs, all tenant commands and activities
are encouraged to join in on the celebration
by sponsoring a country or ethnic group of
their choice. Commands desiring to partici-
pate in the booth exhibits and representing
a country or culture can display historic
facts, points of interest and cultural relat-


ed items.
Booths will be comprised of tables and
tents, provided by the Multi-cultural
Awareness Committee and all other mate-
rials must be appropriated by entrants.
Entrants cannot represent the same coun-
try or culture of another group and the
MCAC will set locations for exhibits. A
booth can only be represented by a single
command. Multiple entries per command
are authorized (i.e. different work centers
same command).
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presentations. Judges will be randomly
selected from the crowd. Criteria to be
judged will include creativity, information
displayed, overall presentation and knowl-
edge of culture by exhibit presenters.
For more information and to register, call
AT1(AW/SW) Terrence Rivers at 542-0736,
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Navy changing IA


detailing

By MC2 Trevor Andersen
Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs
The Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel
addressed the Navy Counselor
Association (NCA) at their annual
symposium in Dallas, June 28, and dis-
cussed the Navy's plan to streamline indi-
vidual augmentee (IA) assignments.
"It will avoid the 'rip-to-fill' mentality
of taking somebody from a situation that
they're established in, on a ship or a shore
command, and it will make it a lot easier
for them to plan their career around the IA
experience and not accidentally come in to
it in some way," said Rear Adm. Edward
Masso, commander, Navy Personnel
Command (NPC) Deputy Chief of Naval
Personnel.
The Navy introduced the plan in
NavAdmin 147/07, released June 7, which
announced a phased plan to shift IA
assignments from mid-tour deployments to
detailed IAs at the Sailor's projected rota-
tion date (PRD).
Phase One began in June for officers and
will begin in August for enlisted Sailors.
During this timeframe, NPC will bring
about 1,100 Joint Manning Document
(JMD) driven global war on terrorism
(GWOT) billets into the normal detail-
ing process as they become open between
September and December 2008. These bil-
lets account for about one-third of all the
existing active duty IA requirements.
Phase Two will continue this process,
adding additional billets to make a total of
about 80 percent of the IA requirements.
Phase III will add the emergent fill billets

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into the process, which currently consist of
about 20 percent of the IA requirements.
Under these plans, Sailors would vol-
unteer for an IA assignment at their PRD
and do a Permanent Change of Station
(PCS) to either San Diego or Norfolk where
they will be attached to the Expeditionary
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"It takes a little bit of the uncertainty out
of an IA. 'When am I going? Am I going?' If
you get the opportunity to negotiate your
IA, I think that will help our job immense-
ly," said NCCM(SW/AW) Joseph Mack, a
Navy counselor assigned to NPC.
Not only will Navy counselors have the
ability to help Sailors negotiate their IAs,
they will also help them prepare.
"If the IA detailing is more of a PCS
rather than just a temporary assigned
duty that allows us to mentally prepare
the Sailor for the assignment the Navy
has for them," said NCCM(AW/SW)
Pollyanna Neely, force career counselor
for Commander, Naval Air Forces U.S.
Atlantic Fleet.
"We all know what we're here to do in
the Navy. And just knowing that it's some-
thing that can benefit them, and we know
how to help them when they return; that
makes it all better. It makes it easier for
us to help them," Neely said.
For more information about IA detail-
ing, visit www.npc.navy.mil and read
NavAdmin 147/07.

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n individual aug-
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loved ones deploy. Families
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who are in the same situ-
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They will be able to dis-
cuss various issues, chal-
lenges and learn about
services and programs the
Fleet and Family Support
Center has to offer. It
is an opportunity to edu-
cate families on issues
that their spouses may
be experiencing overseas
and help families prepare
for the transition that will
occur when spouses return
home. Planned activities
and free childcare are pro-
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6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLIE, Thursday, July 19, 2007


(Above) U.S. Naval Sea Cadets participate in some callisthenics as part of their
morning physical Iraining program at the NAS lax Chapel.


(Let) RPCSIFMF/SW) Steve Crowder of the NAS lax Chapel (right), works
.l l oul U.S. Naval Sea Cadets (from left Megan Evans and Mariah Doning of
the Franklin D. Roosevell Squadron at NAS Ja\, Lea Bisanz of the Golden Isle
. ' Dinision in Brunsvick, Ga. and Mark Sauser of the Ticonderoga Division in
Sacramento, Calif. as part of their Iraining program at the base chapel.



CADETS TRAIN AT NAS JAX COMMANDS

B~ Kaylee LaRocque
Uior &


Thirty-one members of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet
Corps (NSCC) and U.S. Navy League Cadet Corps
(NLCC) spent last week working in various com-
mands at NAS Jacksonville to give them some experience
and a taste of daily military life. Their visit was part of
an advanced training program which offers the cadets
the opportunity to work alongside active and reserve
members in their daily routine.
Each of the cadets must first complete a 14-day mini
recruit boot camp which was held at Camp Blanding
before they could participate in the advanced training
program. After boot camp, the cadets were assigned to dif-
ferent commands at NAS Jax based on what program they
were interested in.
Four cadets spent the week at the base chapel. "They
have been going over instructions, did the money run to
the bank for the religious offering fund, set up for services,
helped out with the bible study, helped set up for Vacation
Bible School, kept the grounds clean, did physical fitness
training and interacted with the chaplains," said RP2(SW)
Celeste Shield. "They get to experience what we actually
do by getting some hands-on training and learn what the
Navy chaplains and religious program specialists do every
day."
According to one cadet, his experience at the chapel was
great. "I'm here because I want to become a Catholic chap-
lain in the Army. This gets.me some exposure to military
life.
I will grad-
uate next
year and
have applied
to West Point
and the Army
ROTC pro-
gram. After
I finish my
undergradu-
ate degree,
U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Kendra Johnson of St. I will go to
Augustine, Fla., inspects an exhaust pipe of a the Catholic
turbojet engine during a preflight of a C-9B se minar y
at VR-58. and become a
Catholic priest in the Army," said 17-year-old Sea Cadet
Mark Sauser of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Ticonderoga
Division in Sacramento, Calif. "I've been a member of the
Sea Cadets since I was 13. There are so many great oppor-
tunities through this organization."
Six cadets also worked in the Flight Line Caf6 partici-
pating in culinary art training. The cadets spent the week
working at the different workstations there including the
bakery, service line, vegetable and food preparation areas.
The group learned how to make many different dishes and
how a military galley works. "It's really fun working here
and I've learned so much. I really enjoy making the dif-
ferent foods, serving people on the chow line and meeting
the military members here," said 15-year-old Sea Cadet
Stephen McDonnell of Fort Myers, Fla. "I can't believe we
were feeding more than 300 to 400 people each meal. It's
been a very enjoyable working here."
Another group of cadets spend their week learning
the aviation side of the Navy working side-by-side with
squadron personnel. The cadets helped with serial num-
ber verification, pre-flights of the aircraft, inspections of
PRC-90 radios, issuing flight gear, sewing aircraft carpet
and making name tags. "My experience working was the
Sea Cadets was very interesting and enjoyable. I learned
as much from them as they did from me," said AMEAN
Sarah Henderson of VR-58, who helped lead the group.
"This has been a very rewarding experience. It has
helped me realize that I want to work on airplanes and
join the Navy. I love the Sea Cadets," added Sea Cadet
Tera McElyea of Orange Park, Fla.
.."This week has been great I have met many interesting
Na v Sailors and got to work beside them. This is an expe-
rience I will remember for a long time," echoed Sea Cadet
Kyle Lore of Jacksonville.
The NSCC program is open to youth ages 13-17 who
have a desire to learn about the Navy, Marines and
Merchant Marines. Members drill at their local units
weekly or monthly during the year and are given the

See CADETS, Page 7


U.S. Naval Sea Cadet
Kyle Lore of Jacksonville
explores the cockpit
of a C-9B during a tour
at VR-58.


U.S. Naval Sea Cadets
James McColgan
of Boca Raton, Fla.
(front) and Quintin
Bohan of Newin, Ga.,
serve lunch to Sailors
at the Flight Line Cafe
July 11.


U.S. Naval Sea Cadet
Michael Turner
explores the inside
of a C-9B cockpit
during a tour at VR-58.


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 19, 2007 7


Lt. Adam Schantz of VP-30 explains how to steer the P-3
Orion simulator to a group of U.S. Naval Sea Cadets last
week.


CADETS: 'Patriotism,

self-reliance and discipline'

From Page 6
opportunity to participate in advance training during
school breaks at various locations around the country.
Some of the areas of training include medical, firefighting,
culinary arts, photojournalism, SEAL team , sailing and
basic seamanship.
Each Sea Cadet must complete the Navy Knowledge
Online correspondence courses and complete the summer
training program before being considered for promotion.
* "Most kids join the Sea Cadet program because they have
an interest in the military and want to get an idea of what
it's all about. This program focuses on patriotism, self reli-
ance and discipline which will help them throughout their
lives," said Lt. Cmdr. June Tillet, regional director for U.S.
Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 6-2, FDR Squadron.
The NLCC is open to boys and girls ages 11-13 and is
designed to introduce young people to military life and
prepare them for the NSCC program.
For more information on these programs, go to www.
seacadets.org.



(From left) U.S. Naval Sea Cadets Mariah
Downing, Mark Sauser and Megan Evans set up
for a Mass at the base chapel July 11.


U.S. Naval Sea Cadets Quintin Bohan
of Newin, Ga., (front) and Stephen
McDonnell of Fort Myers, Fla., clean a
preparation area after making lasagna
at the Flight Line Cafe as part of their
training.


U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Kevin
Dix of Baltimore looks
for frayed wires during a
preflight check of a C-9B
Turbojet engine.


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Photo courtesy of Wilma Stanley
Twenty-two members of the NAS Chapel Catholic and Protestant Youth Group recently
attended the annual Teens for Summer Weekends of Conversion Evangelization confer-
ence in Steubenville, Ohio. The event was held on the campus of Franciscan University
and was one of 20 such conferences held around the country and in Canada. Nearly
39,000 teens participated in these conferences this year. The conferences are held in an
effort to allow teens to talk with other youths about their religious beliefs, listen to guest
speakers and praise and worship. The NAS Jax Chapel Youth Group was able to make
the trip thanks to the base chapel, Navy Wives Club, St. Catherine's Catholic Church in
Orange Park, private contributors and by holding fundraisers.


Chapel offering Marriage Preparation

and Relationship Enhancement program


From the NAS lax Chapel


The NAS Jax Chapel is offering
the Marriage Preparation and
Relationship Enhancement pro-
gram (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
chapel's fellowship hall.
PREP is designed to address the follow-
ing topics:
* How to communicate better and solve
problems.
* How to handle disagreements and con-
flict.
* How to promote a sense of working as


a team.
* How to keep friendship, fun and inti-
macy 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 permissive
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 is limited so call
542 - 3051 to make a reservation.


CREDO retreats offered at Georgia retreat center


From Staff
The Spiritual Fitness Division
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Change is forever


By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel

Would you agree that we live in
a changing world? According to
Heraclitus, the ancient Greek
philosopher, "you can't step into the same
river twice."
Think about it. Just when we think we
have things figured out, something hap-
pens to make us change.
Just when we think we have
it "nailed down," it's time
to change again. If there is
anything in this material
world which is unchanging is '
"change" itself
How do we respond to
change? Do we have a
love-hate relationship with
change? On the one hand,
we can resist and even repel I
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On the other hand we know
that without change there is just no prog-
ress at all.
When we look towards the future we can
adopt one of three perspectives. First, we
can anticipate that the future will not be an
extension of the past. Second, the future
may not turn out to be what we think it
will be. Third, change will continue to
accelerate at a more rapid pace. That third
possibility can be scary. Many people will
reject and resist the inevitability of change
but a few others will accept change and
even celebrate the new possibilities that
change brings about. In fact, the follow-
ing is a change index that will gauge your
adaptability to "change." Give yourself 10
points for "yes" and zero points for "no."
1. Have you changed your hairstyle in
the past five years?
2. Do you enjoy trying foods you have
never tried before?
3. Do you enjoy making new friends?
4. Have you voted for someone other than
your political party in the last ten years?
5. Have you switched your clothing style
in the last five years?
6. Do you find the prospect of a job
change exciting?
7. Would you consider visiting a church
of a different denomination?
8. Do you welcome new and innovative
ways of doing your job?


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9. How traumatic is the thought of relo-
cating to a new town?
10. Can you hum the tune or sing the
song of any popular song written in the
last year?
So, how changeable are you? You see,
there is a value to "changeability" that
must be examined. I'm not referring to
"change" for the sake of change. I'm refer-
ring to the kind of "change" which is neces-
sary and intrinsically valu-
able for our own growth and
development.
Why is this important? It
S is important because some-
times we can become compla-
cent with the status quo. It
is important because some-
S times you can become dull. It
is important because some-
times I can lose my zest for
ffi' life and become lethargic.
Joe Molina "We've always done it this
) Joe Molina
way before" can become our
life's motto. New and innovative ways are
never even attempted and we soon fall
behind the power curve.
In fact, change can be healthy and good
for us if we approach it with the proper
attitude. Change can bring about new
opportunities, great wonders and even
great miracles in our lives. Since change is
an integral part of life I must identify the
element that brings stability in the midst
of flux and here it is:
"God is the same yesterday and today
and forever."
Because of God's reliability in the midst of
my instability I can still progress in a posi-
tive manner. I can learn how not to fight or
resist change but actually learn to rejoice in
it because God, who is unchanging, becomes
the point of stability in my world.
It would follow that my capacity to
change is indicative of the quality of my
faith in God. Why? Because I know that in
God's own unchanging nature, he is in con-
trol of all the change going on around me
and will use change to shape and mature
my life. Growth is essential and change
will bring personal growth as we use each
experience in life as an object lesson.
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Naval Hospital's Residency Program



graduates nine family medicine physicians


From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
Nine physicians, having
completed Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's Family
Medicine Training Program,
graduated with residency cer-
tificates from the American
Academy of Family Physicians
and the Bureau of Medicine and
Surgery June 28 after a rigor-
ous 36-month residency-training
program.
Thirteen physicians also
received certificates of intern-
ship in family medicine from the
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
for completing their first year
of the program. These Medical
Corps Navy officers will be pro-
viding care to active duty person-
nel and their family members
in military treatment facilities
throughout the Navy healthcare
system.
Keynote speaker Capt. Michael
Maher, a staff physician at the
naval hospital, shared some of
his career secrets with the gradu-
ates. He illustrated leadership by
example in a story about a ship's
medical officer who also conduct-
ed interdenominational services
on Sunday. The doctor decided
that the best way to drive home
the point that the crews' lan-
guage had recently left a bit to be
desired, was to start out services
with a string of expletives.
Shocked, the crew, cleaned
up their act. Maher also said it
is important to know and care
about your Sailors and co-work-
ers personally, specifically what
is happening to them as people.
He reminded them not to take
on every project offered, especial-
ly when they are already over-


Photo by HM 1(SW) Michael Morgan
Lt. Julianne LoMacchio beams broadly as she proceeds into the chapel to
receive her residency certificate from the American Academy of Family
Physicians and the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. She and the other
residents completed a 36-month residency-training program prior to the


graduation ceremony June 28.
loaded. But rather to respectfully
decline in order to devote time
caring for patients.
Maher reminded them to avoid
thinking of themselves as Gods,
and blithely accepting the praise
often heaped on doctors. He
reminded them that, "to whom
little is given, little is expected.
To whom much is given, much is
expected."
Maher advised them to balance
their lives to keep their families a
priority. "Your greatest blessing is
your family, friends and patients,"
he said. He advised them to enjoy
the times when they have every-
thing in balance and to be thank-
ful for those rare moments.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville has
a long tradition in the training of
primary care physicians. In 1963,
the hospital was one of the first


in the country to offer a General
Practice Residency Training
Program. The hospital offered a
unique blend of individual teaching
and direct patient care for those
residents in general practice.
In 1969, with the emergence of
the family medicine movement,
the General Practice Program was
completely reorganized in philoso-
phy and curriculum. Out of this
reorganization came a Family
Medicine Residency Program.
This was one of the first approved
in the country. During that
time, this program had 24 family
medicine residents and has since
grown to 39 resident positions.
The three-year accredited pro-
gram is the only residency at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
Educational experience includes
rotations in internal medicine,


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intensive care, neonatal intensive
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variety of sub-specialty electives.
Successful completion of the resi-
dency is required for a physi-
cian to sit for American Board of
Family Practice certification.
First year residents may be
selected to continue straight
through with residency or may
receive orders to the fleet as gen-
eral medical officers. Some choose
a course of instruction leading to
flight surgeon or undersea medi-
cine designation.
Following operational assign-
ments of two or more years, many
return to residency to complete
the second and third years of the
residency program. The physi-
cians expand their knowledge
base and learn to care for more
complicated medical conditions as
they progress through training.
Family medicine is capable of


managing the majority of most
patients' medical problems from
infancy through adulthood.
Completing the three-year
Family Medicine Training
Program is a significant profes-
sional milestone for these physi-
cians.
The graduating residents and
interns were as follows:
Graduating residents
Lt. Jeffrey Copeland
Lt. Julianne LoMacchio
Lt. Brandon Miller
Lt. Georgiana Miller
Cmdr. Robert Miller, Jr.
Lt. Robert Mitchell
Lt. Cmdr. Jeffrey Singley
Lt. James Warner
Lt. Cmdr. David Webster
Graduating Interns
Lt. Michael Arnold --
Lt. Ryan Brenes
Lt. Sonya Brock
Lt. Samuel Caoile
Lt. Emily Crossman
Lt. Melissa Darlington
Lt. Yorel Hickerson .
Lt. Cmdr. Lawrence Ramirez
Lt. Marisol Reavis
Lt. Adam Sanborn
Lt. Mark Seigh
Lt. Monique Smith
Lt. Natalie Tussey


Beat the heat by playing it safe during peak summer weather


By Lt. Ryan Brenes, D.O.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Family
Practice Resident

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temperatures are ris-
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need to take precautions to
avpid heat related injuries.
Here is some basic infor-
mation regarding two spe-
cific types of heat illness:
Heat exhaustion occurs
when our bodies sweat
excessively in a hot envi-
ronment, and the sweat-
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Navy Reserve Readiness Command Southeast holds Fitness Olympics
From Navy Reserve I " -
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Fitness Olympic event to
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spirit into their normal fit- -- .- - l
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Each of the participat- :
ing teams were divided by
age as the "Oldies" (ages .
36 and up), led by Cmdr. / I,


Daniel Harris took on the
"Youngies" (ages 35 and
under), led by PS2 Latarsha
Williams.
The first event called the
"Flutter Kick Free for All"
had the teams conducting
flutter kicks with a mini-
mum flutter kick time of
45 seconds. The team with
the last person remaining
would receive the points.
The cadence, "Honor,
Courage, Commitment!"
rang out during the chal-
lenge to keep the pace.
Both teams lasted through
the minimum 45-second
time frame without penal-
ties but started to drop like
flies after around the three-
minute mark.
The Oldies won the
challenge with the Navy
Reserve Readiness Com-
mand Southeast Command
Commanding Officer Capt.
Donald Burns and Harris
leading the pack and hang-
ing in there for the win.
The next event was the
push-up/sit-up challenge.
Both teams were given the
option to do either push-
ups or Army-style sit-ups
during a two-minute time
frame. The points were
tallied and once again the
Oldies took the win!
Next was the one-and-a-
half-mile relay race. The
Youngies started off with
YNSR Richard Brown cre-
ating an impressive half-
mile lap lead.
Lt. Kennetta Smith fought
hard and ran a good race
but could not seem to catch

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and other related programs
that benefit more than 2.25
million children and adults
with intellectual disabilities
in more than 150 countries,
and celebrates people's
diverse gifts, according to
organization officials.
About 160 commissar-
ies participate in the P&G
Special Olympics sales pro-
motion each year. DeCA's
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contributions through two
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Cmdr. Daniel Harris of Navy Reserve Readiness Command
Southeast, checks his time as he finishes the relay race.
Brown. The Oldies didn't event win.
have a chance when their Last but not least, was
anchor leg, YN2 Danielle the obstacle course. The
Wilson took the track. She obstacle course consisted
effortlessly sprinted the of six stations of 25 single
almost quarter-mile lap and count sit-ups, high knee tire
secured the Youngies first obstacle, 10-yard football


YN2 Danielle Wilson runs to the finish line as the anchor for the "Youngies" to win the event


for her team.
throw, 12 four-count push-
ups, 25 four-count jump-
ing jacks, a quick zigzag
through a cone course and
a sprint to the finish line.
Each team had Sailors
situated at each station.
It was neck and neck and
with the Youngies having a
slight edge.
It came down to the final
cone run as MR1 Alex Petty
and YNSA Richard Brown
both ended the jumping
jacks and started the quick


PS2(AW/SW) Varsha Styer participates in the tire relay race during the Navy Reserve
Readiness Command Southeast's Fitness Olympics June 29.


dash through the cones.
Petty of the Oldies team,
used his seasoned skills
and determination to out
maneuver the youths but
Brown, fell twice during the
cone shuttle which helped
the Oldies take the win.
The final score was
Youngies with 225 points and


the Oldies with 500 points.
The event was coordi-
nated by Navy Reserve
Readiness Commandc
Southeast's Command,
Fitness Team, YN1(AW),:
Dana Axson, PS1 Tanid
Pearson, YN2(SW) Edward
Barrientes and PS2(AW/"'-
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The front of the new NAS jax Youth Activities Center.


New Youth Activities



Center making progress


By MC2 (AW) Suzi Cornell
Special Contributor
Construction on the
NAS Jax's new Youth
SActivities Center
(YAC) is making significant
progress. The new 13,000
square foot building which
broke ground in February
is:,now in the final stages.
A:grand opening ceremony
date will be announced at
a Iater time.
The new center will fea-
tttre six separate themed
classrooms that will accom-
mpdate 30 children, allow-
ing them to choose which
activities to participate in.
"The separate rooms will
allow the kids to have a
q iet area for homework,
which has been a problem
ini"the current building,"
said YAC Teen Coordinator
Aifanda Christmas.
There will also be four
mAre computers added to
thl computer lab. The new
state-of-the-art playground
located in the back of the
building, has a big grassy
area for playing different
sports. The new driveway
will feature a semi-circle
with parking spaces located
on the side.
After everything is moved
into the new building, the
old 2,000-square-foot build-
ing will become a center
for family activities. "We
are looking for dance and
gymnastics instructors to
start teaching classes and
will focus on family-orient-
ed activities, " stated YAC
Director Megan Elliott.
Funding for the 3-mil-
lion-dollar project came
from Commander, Navy
Installations Command.
"The new facility is going to
be great. We can open our
program up to more kids
and provide care for more
families," Elliott added.
Navy Before and After
School programs are accred-
ited with the National After
School Association. The
youth programs are also
affiliated with the Boys and
Girls Clubs of America.
Registration for before
and after care at YAC is
currently ongoing for ages
5 (K) through 13. Fees are
based on income. The fol-
lowing schools have buses
stopping at YAC:
S Chimney Lakes Ele-
mentary


Youth Activities Center (YAC) Director Megan Elliott shows
Perspective Commanding Officer Capt. John Scorby Jr. (right)
and Executive Officer Steve Hall the current conditions of the
YAC and discusses the new center.

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NAS lax Youth Activities Center Director Megan Elliott and
NAS Jax Communitity activities Director Brett Tracy check on
the progress of the new center.
* Fishweir Elementary from a different school
* John N.C. Stockton Ele- you can contact the school
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All codes of Gerber ORGANIC
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should stop using it and return the
product to the store from which
they purchased it for a full refund.
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Jags tickets now on sale
Tiffany Bowen of the
Jacksonville Jaguars
ROAR autographs an
official ROAR poster
for Ray and Clarita
Rowland July 13 in the
Information, Tickets and
Tours office.

Information, Tickets and
Tours (ITT) employee Jana
Vaca explains Jacksonville
Jaguars ticket details to
Lt. j.g. Jason Kaneyuki
of Naval Legal Service -
Office Southeast July 13.
Tickets are currently on
sale at the NAS Jax ITT
office. Ticket prices range
from $40 to 56.50. There
is a limit of four tickets
per person per game. The
Jacksonville Jaguars have partnered with the Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS)
and the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department to provide a $5 donation to
NMCRS for each ticket sold for the Jaguars vs. Chargers game Nov. 18. Game day shuttles are
also available at $10 per game. Contact ITT at 542-3318 for more information.


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and the best way to do this is to offer pro-
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lost an officer, a fellow bike rider and I lost a friend - as
many of you did, too."
NAS Jax Senior Protestant Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.) Gregg
Gillette also led the participants in prayer while Plante
and AW2(AW) Shawn Winn of HS-5 and a member of
Team Navy Jax, placed a wreath at the site. The service
concluded with cyclists singing American the Beautiful
and MU3 Shelby Tucci of Navy Band Southeast playing
taps.


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Jacksonville. "I want everyone to know
that I'm looking forward to being part of
the team. People are very important to me.
It's exciting to work with people who are
so dedicated and focused on the mission
here," Holmes said.
"One thing I'd like to stress is that I'm
not a micromanager but I do like to know
what's going on. I've learned over the years
that I can't control everything and that
some times bad things are going to happen.
But if we've prepared properly, hopefully
we can prevent these types of issues and
can respond appropriately if they do."
In his free time, Holmes enjoys spending
time with his wife, Jeannine and children,
Krysten and Corey and participating in
sporting events.
"I enjoy bike riding and playing just
about any sport. I also bought a motorcycle
a couple years ago and enjoy riding and
meeting other motorcyclists," said Holmes.
"During my first tour, my senior officers
always taught me to work hard and play
hard. And, that's something I try to live up
to every day."


His next assignment took him to Navy
Personnel Command in Millington, Tenn.
as the helicopter commander assignments
officer and then the assistant aviation cap-
tain assignments officer.
"This is my sixth tour here. I've seen a lot of
improvements over the years especially with
all the new buildings going up. They've really
improved the infrastructure here, changing it
to:meet the needs of the people. I've seen a lot
of great upgrades," said Holmes.
"In the future, I don't see the mission of
the base changing much, so I think we will
jupt keep improving what we can for the
customers and tenants here. It's always
been a great place to live and work."
"I think that will be the bulk of our
efforts in the next couple years will be
to prepare the base for the new helicop-
ter squadrons coming from NS Mayport
and the P-3 community relocating from
Brunswick, Maine," he added.
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working with the men and women of NAS


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40 Actor Holbrook
41 End of bread
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52 Studio sign
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hours). You do not have to buy an expen-
sive sunscreen in order for it to be effective.
For example, Consumer Reports recently
labeled "No-Ad SPF 45" sunscreen a "Best
Buy" for being both inexpensive and effec-
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a sunscreen that will provide maximum
protection against UVA and UVB rays,
has an SPF of at least 30, and is preferably
water resistant or waterproof.
Stay safe and have a great summer!
This article is one of a series of health
care related articles published by
the Department of Family Medicine
Residency Training Program at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville. Brenes received
his medical degree from the University
of Nova Southeastern University College
of Osteopathic Medicine. He is present-
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Medicine Department at Naval Hospital
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From Page 9

holic, caffeine free, and low sugar). When
the weather is hot you will need to drink
more than your thirst indicates. Sports
drinks may also help by replenishing body
salts. Urine color should be light yellow.
Dark urine may indicate that you are not
drinking enough fluids.
2) Reduce the intensity of outdoor activi-
ties during the hottest times of the day
(between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.).
3) Wear light colored, lightweight cloth-
ing, with only one layer so sweat can evap-
orate. If clothes become wet with sweat,
change clothing.
4) Never leave children or pets inside an
unattended vehicle, even if parked in the
shade with the car running and the air
conditioning on. If the engine stops run-
ning, so will the air conditioning.
5) To avoid sunburn, apply sunscreen
and reapply often (every two to three


By Alan P. Olschwang


7/19/07


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Cooperstown
12 Enthralled by
13 Exploited laborer
18 Jumped on one foot
19 Close by
24 Wolf down
26 With what motive?
27 Milo of "The Verdict"
28 Writer Virginia
29 Answering machine
button
31 Cabbage salads
32 Ordinary
33 "Beau _"
34 Despised
36 Maximally muscular
40 Rider
41 Infinitely extended
43 Gam
44 Actress Claire
46 Greenery in Paris
47 Unsaturated
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53 Protuberance
54 First victim
56 "At This Moment"
singer Billy


58 Roofer's supply item
59 Highway
60 Suspicious of
62 Kimono sash
63 Hot diamonds


many good things going on from the deep
water missions on the carriers and battle
groups, humanitarian missions, Individual
Augmentee program and riverine opera-
tions. The Navy now is 'any mission, any-
time, anywhere."'
After his visit here, West headed to NS
Mayport and NSB Kings Bay, Ga. to learn
about the facilities on those bases.
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Payday loans:


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By FORCM(EWS/SW) Tony Santino
Navy Expeditionary Combat Command
Money -you've worked hard for it,
but sometimes there doesn't seem
to be enough of it. We've all had
an experience where an emergency pops
up and we come up a little short before
the next payday. When those situations
take place, you need to be aware there's an
entire industry waiting to take advantage
of and even exploit that situation -- preda-
tory lending.
The most common type of preda-
tory lending affecting Sailors are pay-
day loans - money that gets you from
today to the next payday so you can
cover your bills. Walk in, sign a cou-
ple of papers, and walk out with a few
hundred dollars to tide you over to next
payday. Sounds simple enough, right?
Not quite. The problem is that money is
very expensive, usually accompanied by
annual percentage rates of up to 400 per-
cent or higher.
Here's an example. Let's say you borrow
$300 for two weeks from a payday lender.
The lender charges a loan fee of $15 for
every $100 you borrow (which is deducted
from the actual loan amount). So, two
weeks later, you owe the payday lender
$345 - that's an APR of 390 percent.
The loan got you through payday, but
what happens when you can't pay it back
after two weeks? Usually, someone will
"roll the loan over," in other words, renew
the loan for another two week term for an
additional loan fee. Now, the $300 loan
has jumped to $390 after four weeks.
But wait, it gets better. It's four weeks
later and you still can't pay it back. Now
what? It's not uncommon for someone
to roll a loan over four or five times, to
the point where you are paying back an
enormous amount of money, most of it in
fees, for a relatively small loan. So, if you


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roll a loan over five times, that $300 you
borrowed ten weeks ago now costs you
$525 and potentially traps you in a vicious
cycle in which you keep renewing the loan
because you can't pay it back.
Shipmates, it doesn't take a finance
major to figure out that this is bad math.
Payday lenders, and other types of preda-
tory lending establishments not only affect
our Sailors financially, they also affect the
Navy and its ability to carry on its mission.
Personal finance problems and indebted-
ness leads to time away from work, dete-
riorating job performance, letters of indebt-
edness and garnishments. Eventually, this
could affect your ability to obtain or hold a
security clearance, apply for certain billets,
or even reenlist. It adds stress on you and
your family, and could even lead to per-
sonal injuries, accidents or even suicide.
Let's face it, if you're worried about having
enough money to buy groceries or pay the
rent, you're not focused on your job. And
in our business, we need to be constantly
focused on the job.
The best way to avoid payday loans and
predatory lending is to have a good per-
sonal financial plan. Sit down and make
a budget. Start putting money into sav-
ings, and have an emergency fund for those
unexpected things that arise. Learn how
to be a smart shopper and if you're able,
look for ways to invest for the future, such
as the Thrift Savings Plan. Your Chief or
your command financial specialist are good
resources and your local Fleet and Family
Support Center offers personal financial
management classes.
If you do find yourself in a situation
where you need cash fast, there are better
alternatives than a payday loan, such as
the Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society.
Again, talk to your leading chief petty offi-
cer or your command financial specialist.
Shipmates, avoid payday lenders and
avoid the trap - it's just not smart money!


FFSC offers educational and support programs


From Staff
The NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills
Education and Support
Program is the foremost
preventive measure for
avoidance of personal and
family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free to service
members and their families
as well as Department of
Defense civilian personnel
aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required.
If special accommodations
or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.


The following workshops
are available in July and
August:
July 23-26, 7:30 a.m.
- noon - Transition
Assistance Workshop (retir-
ing, khaki only)
Aug. 2, 10-11:30
a.m. - Job Search and
Interviewing Techniques
Aug. 2, 12:30-2 p.m. -
Resumes and Cover Letters
Aug. 6-9, 7:30 a.m.
- 3:30 p.m. - Transition
Assistance Workshop (sepa-
rating)
Aug. 6-10, 6-10 p.m.
- Basic Ombudsman
Training
Aug. 14, 9 a.m. - noon
- Stress Management


Workshop
Aug. 20-23, 7:30 a.m.
- 4 p.m. - Transition
Assistance Workshop (retir-
ing)
Aug. 27-31, 7:30 a.m. - 4
p.m. - Command Financial
Specialist Training
Aug. 28, 9 a.m. - noon
- Anger Management
Workshop
For further information
or to register, call 542-2766,
ext. 127.


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I love the sun! In my younger (more
foolish days) I had a bumper stick-
er which read, "She who dies with
the best tan wins!" Ok, so not exactly a
healthy statement but the point is I love
being in the sun. Each summer I caught
up on reading at the pool or beach. So,
now I pack the beach bag with SPF45
and this year's books. And, if you are
looking for some great reading material
for your tanning hours here are a few I
recommend for military spouses.
Military Life: Let me recommend
several books in this category. The first
is one is my favorite; The Homefront
Club, The Hardheaded Woman's Guide
to Raising A Military Family by Jacey
Eckhart is a great read. Married 20 years
to her Sailor, Jacey combines her honest
insight in heartfelt honesty. You will
laugh and, at times, cry at her wisdom.
Second on my list is Heroes at Home,
Help & Hope for America's Military
Families by Ellie Kay. Using both humor
and inspiration Ellie offers insight,
encouragement and information for mili-
tary spouse.
Other books in this genre are, Navy
Spouse's Guide by Laura Hall Stavridis;
Today's Military Wife, Meeting the
Challenges of Service Life by Lydia Sloan
Cline and Surviving Deployement: A
Guide for Military Families by Karen
Pavilicin.
For National Guard and Reserve fami-
lies may I recommend When Duty Calls
by Carol Vandesteeg. This guidebook,
specifically for Guard and Reserve per-
sonnel and their families provides great
insight into the deployment, readiness,
benefits, resources and more. It is a trea-
sure trove of insight. Active duty families
will find it worthwhile as well.
In the 'self-help' category check out
Help! I'm a Military Spouse . . . I Get
A Life Too!, co-authored by Kathie
Hightower and Holly Scherer is a must-
read. Their sub-title says it all, "How to
Craft a Life for You as You Move With
The Military.
As military spouses we can feel our
career or pursuits take a back seat to the
Department of Defense's demands on our
service member. This book offers insight


and practical, proven ideas to build the
best life ever as a military spouse.
Marriage: The two best books I ever
read on marriage are Men Are Like
Waffles - Women Are Like Spagetti and
The Marriage Book: How to Build a
Lasting Relationship. Okay, before you
think the first one is a variation on that
Mars and Venus book let me assure you
it is not.
Men Are Like Waffles - Women are
Like Spaghetti by Bill and Pam Farrel
penned an insightful, applicable, fun and
humorous book packed with ideas to help
us bridge the gap between the genders
and add intimacy and understanding to
every marriage.
The Marriage Book by Nicky and Sila
Lee is not just a book but a workbook
to prepare, build and mend marriages.
Full of practical advice with 'real life'
application it is an easy read that can
transform a bad marriage to a good one
and a good marriage to an excellent. The
authors have included insight and advice
for military families written by military
couples. Both books are worth the read!
In the fiction category Army. wife
Kristen Tsetsi just released Homefront, A
Novel. This fictional account of an Army
wife's experience through the challenges
of deployment will keep you reading to
the last page.
Finally I want to recommend two
books by author and columnist Kristin
Henderson. Kristin's first book, Driving
by Moonlight is the memoir of her jour-
ney through love, war, and infertility in
the wake of 9/11 ... and yes, they are all
connected.
While They're at War is the true story
of American families on the homefront.
Kristin, wife of a Navy chaplain who has
deployed to both Afghanistan and Iraq
with Marine units, chronicles the experi-
ences and challenges of military families
of those deployed. You must read this
book!
Well, this list should keep you busy
while inspiring you. Enjoy the beach, let
me know what you think and, don't for-
get the SPF protection.
Questions or comments for Beth?
Contact her at beth.wiruth@homefront-
infocus.com. Check out her Internet talk
show for spouses Navy Homefront Talk!
at www.blogtalkradio.com/nht.


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For more information call 542-3493.


Summer bowling specials
Sunday - Family Day Special
$1 games all day

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

Friday - Two Games and Shoes for $5
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
All you can bowl for $10, 9 p.m. - midnight

Saturday - Extreme Bowling
9 p.m. - midnight
$10 per person, includes shoe rental

THE ZONE COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for more information.

Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!

Trivia Night
Budweiser Brew House
Every Tuesday
7:30 p.m.

Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday and Friday
7:30 p.m. - until close

Bingo
Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m.
Sunday - Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
Win cash!

FITNESS

AND AQUATICS
For more information on aquatics, call 542-2930.

Outdoor pool hours
Saturday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday, 1-5 p.m.

Aqua Aerobics
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11 a.m. - noon

Learn to Lift
Fitness Source
Monday - Friday, 9-10 a.m.
Monday - Thursday, 5-6 p.m.

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

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

Orlando Shopping Trip
Aug. 25
$12 per person, includes transportation to and from
Millenia Mall and
Orlando premium outlets!


Keeping your dog cool


By Capt. Maggie Palopoli, VMD
NAS Jax Veterinary Treatment Facility
When the sun beats down and the temperature
rises, remember these safety tips for keeping
your dog cool this summer:
*Have plenty of fresh water available at all times. If
you are taking your dog to the beach or a park, don't forget
to pack Buddy's water for the trip. Avoid having your dog
drink the salt water. If he drinks too much salt water and
not enough fresh water, the excess salt intake can cause
side effects ranging from mild disorientation to seizures
and coma.
* Don't walk your dog on hot pavement or sand. The
pads on his feet are tough, but they can still develop pain-
ful burns. Walk your dog during early morning or later in
the evening if you plan to walk on pavement or sand.
* Always provide a shaded area for your dog when outside.
This will help keep him cool and protect his skin. Dogs can
get sun-burns too! Pink noses are at higher risk of being
sun-burnt, as well as the skin of white or light colored dogs.
* The easiest way to keep your dog cool is by keeping
him indoors with air conditioning during the hottest part
of the day.
What should I do if my dog is already overheated?
Dogs have very few sweat glands to get rid of excess
heat. Instead, their primary way of releasing heat is
through panting. Heat stroke results when a dog is
exposed to extreme heat or excessive exercising, and the
internal body temperature elevates to 106-plus degrees
Fahrenheit.
If you are concerned that your dog has become over-
heated, call your veterinarian and immediately begin the
process of cooling him down. The goal is to cause a grad-
ual decrease in body temperature. Bring him into an air
conditioned home or vehicle if possible. Wet the skin and
position fans with the air blowing directly onto the dog.
You can also cool him down by bathing him in cool water.
Never use ice water! Exposure to cold water will impair
blood circulation to the extremities and may cause further
harm to the dog. Offer small amounts of water. Too much
water at one time could result in vomiting of the water or
more severe complications, such as bloat. Depending on
the severity of the heat stroke, your dog may need to be


hospitalized and given supportive care with intravenous
fluids. In some dogs, the organ damage caused by the
elevated temperature is too overwhelming, and they are
unable to recover.
Once again, prevention is the best medicine. Avoid the
sizzling mid-day heat and keep the water bowl filled.
SThese simple tips will help you and your dog have fun and
:stay cool this summer.


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Photo by Shannon Leonard
ASAA Michael Monarez from the Center of Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit Jax, enjoys free kayaking July 10 as
part of the Liberty- sponsored "Boats and Burgers". Sailors
enjoyed free kayaking, knee boarding and all you can eat
hamburgers and hotdogs. For more information on Liberty
programs, call 542-1335.
Cool off at one of the following water parks!
Tickets available at I.T.T.
Adventure Landing $19
Summer Waves (Jekyll Island) $14 adult, $12 child
Wet N' Wild (Orlando) $27.50 adult, $23.50 child
Blizzard Beach/Typhoon Lagoon (Orlando) $35.25 adult,
$30.50 child
Adventure Island (Tampa) $30.75 adult, $29.25 child

Jacksonville Jaguar tickets on sale now!
Ticket prices $40 - $56.50 (Limit four tickets
per game per person)
Ride the ITT Jaguar Shuttle for only $10 per game or $80
for all regular home season games.

LIBERTY COVE

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

Free Lesson & Nine Holes of Golf
Today
NAS Jax Golf Course

Wild Adventures Trip
Saturday
$20 per person

Indoor Golf Trip
Tuesday
$5 per person
Jacksonville Suns Baseball Game
July 26
Free

Deep Sea Fishing
July 29
$55 per person

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

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Music and Lyrics (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - The Astronaut Farmer (PG-13)
Saturday, 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)

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


Get ready for rip-roaring laughs. Collectively, they've been
featured on Comedy Central and Showtlme and have performed
with comedy greats such as George Lopez, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfield
nd Paul Rodriguez. Don't miss your seat for the "Theater of Laughter'
When: Monday, July s3 at 8pm
Where: The Zone
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5443 SAN JUAN AVE.
1179PARKAVE.
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6842 WILSON BLVD
6008 LAKE COVE AVE.
1734 KINGSLEY AVE.
206 PARK AVE.
1313 BLANDING/KNIGHTBOXX
341 PARKAVE.
1952 PARK AVE.
4603 LANDING BLVD.
6510 NORMANDY BLVD.
6409 SAN JUAN AVE
6970103rd ST
11 LANDING BLVD
620 CHAFFEE RD
CECIL FIELD
5391 COLLINS RD.
6260103RD ST.
7900103RD ST.
1670 WELLS RD.
5480 COLLINS RD
511 BULLS BAY HWY
10980 NEW KINGS RD(US 1)
4511 SAN JUANAVE
7023103rd ST
640 STOCKTON ST
277 BLENDING BLVD
500-60 HWY 17 &CR 220
4420 WABASH AVE.
4441 WESCONNETT BLVD.
7254103RD ST.
CECIL FIELD
182 LANDING BLVD.
1441 DUNN AVE
821 LANDING BLVD
7313 LEM TURNER RD
132 LANDING BLVD
1548 PARK AVE
634 LANDING BLVD
1585-B ISLAND LANE


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5800 RAMONA BLVD JAX
2688 OLD MIDDLEBURG JAX
7603103rd STJRICKER JAX
3137SR220/RUSSELL MDG
2584 SR220 & COLLEGE MDG
5105 SR218W/MALLARD MDG
2816 BLANDING/PEPPERGRASS MDG
4305HWY17&RAGGEDY PT OP
208 BLENDING BLVD. OP
KINGSLEYAVE. OP
9763103rd ST./CONNIE JEAN JAX
636 McDUFF AVE.S. NEAR 1-10 JAX
770 NMcDUFF NEAR BEAVER JAX
102SUZANNE OP
2468 BLENDING & SCENIC MDG
338 COLLEGE & OLD JENNINGS OP
1312 BLANDING/OAK OP
8635 LANDING BLVD JAX
4527120THST. JAX
1335 KINGSLEYAVE. OP
CECIL FIELD JAX
5435 LANDING BLVD JAX
6407103RDST. JAX
1464 PARK AVE. OP
10401 NORMANDY BLVD. JAX
4152 OLD MIDDLEBURG JAX
8181103rdST. JAX
4856 PARK ST./CASSAT JAX
3895 OLD JENNINGS/LONGBAY MDG
2682 BLANDING/218 MDG
4486 MIMOSA/218 MDG
804 BLANDINGICAMP JOHNSON OP
2816 HENLEY RD-LKASBURY GCS
3075 HWY 17/MAHAMA GCS
6935 HWY 17/HIBERNIA GCS
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187 ARORA BLVD. OP
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Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Tuesday and Aug. 7 and 21 for active duty
Thursday and Aug. 9 and 23 for retirees and Department
of Defense personnel

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

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

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

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

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

YOUTH ACTIVITIES
Call 788-9772 for more information.

Before and After School Registration
Going on now at the Youth Center
Ages 5(K) through 13

MULBERRY COVE

MARINA
Call 542-3260.

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

Skipper "B" Sailing Class
Class 6 - Sept. 7, 8, 9, 15 and 16
$150 per person







JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 19, 2007 17


SPORTS


Indoor volleyball meeting
A meeting will be held Aug. 15 at 11:30 a.m. at
the Building 850 conference room for anyone
interested in participating in the upcoming
Captain's Cup indoor fall volleyball league. The
league is open to all NAS Jax active duty, command
Department of Defense personnel and selective
reservists. Commands having their athletic officer
or designated representative attend the meeting
will receive five captain's cup points. All interested
personnel should attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required paperwork to join the
league.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Are you a competition runner? If so, you can
represent the Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and
triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are
provided as well as transportation, entry fees and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete in
a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)
race and your time must be one of top 10 regional
qualifying times. For more information, call 270-
5451.
Southeast regional qualifying times
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Sports officials
and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball,
football and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball. Experience is not
required. If interested, contact the NAS Jax Gym.
For more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email bill.bonser@navy.mil.



STANDINGS

Intramural Summer Basketball
Standings As of July 13


Team
Dirty 30
VS-22
HS-3
Mad Foxes
FRCSE 400
Naval Hospital
FRCSE 600
ATC

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NRD
CNATTU
FRC
NCTS
Hospital Gold


Wins
5
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Losses
0
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4
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idings As of July 13
Wins Losses
3 0
2 0
2 1


Sand Volleyball Standings
As of July 13


Teams Wins Losses
GEMD 9 1
CNATTU - Blue 8 1
Sand Fleas 5 3
FRCSE 5 5
NCTS 4 6
Naval Hospital 4 6
SERCC 3 7
Intramural Summer Golf
Liberty League Standings
As of July 13
Teams Wins Losses
VP-16 3 0
FRCSE 2 1
CNATTU Gold 2 1
VP-30 O'S 2 1
Air Ops 0 3
VR-58 0 3
Intramural Summer Golf
Freedom League Standings
As of July 13
Teams Wins Losses
Navy Band 2 0
Up & Down 2 0
Thirty Eagles 2 1
NATEC 1 1
CNATTU Blue 1 2
SCWS 0 2
SERCC 0 2


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA Jax
No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each month.
Meetings are held in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop
is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first
Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For
more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl Aran at
777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange Park.
The chapter also has service officers available
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 p.m. to
help with claims. To make an appointment 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 Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet Reserve Unit 126
meets the second Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Fleet Reserve Building, 7673 Blanding
Boulevard. A free lunch is offered. For more
information, call 771-6850.
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 Associa-
tion 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, Na-
tional 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. pn the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
A VP-4 All Hands Reunion will be held Oct.
12-14 at the Crown Plaza hotel in San Diego.
Contact Bill Broadwell at 619-713-2321 or go to
www.vp4association.com for information on the
reunion.


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from Hawaii), Vegas (Songs from the Strip),


Gold (The all-hit's show), and a very unique Sunday Gospel
Hour. All performances have been crafted by Elvis' Music
Director Joe Guercio and are complete with rare appear-
ances by those Elvis performed with: The TCB Band with
James Burton, Glen D. Hardin, Jerry Scheff and Ronnie
Tutt, The Jordanaires, The Imperials along with Ronnie
McDowell, Terry Mike Jeffrey and band, Ruby Wilson, and
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will host the first USO Cadillac
Invitational on Oct. 15, 2007. This
golf tournament, presented by Nimnicht
Cadillac, is a regional qualifier for the
Cadillac Invitational National tourna-
ment to be held in mid-January at TPC
Sawgrass.
The funds raised from this event will
benefit the 117,000 military men and
women and their families in the Northeast
Florida and Southeast Georgia area. Some
of the programs and services offered by
the USO include Operation Care Package,
Operation Phone Home, United Through
Reading, Operation Mail Call, Operation
Enduring Care, Gifts from the Homefront,
Moblih. USO program and more!
All funds raised in the inaugural tourna-
ment will benefit the local North Florida/
Southeast Georgia USO.


The USO is the link between
the American people and military
personnel. Through the USO, Americans
can show their appreciation and express
their gratitude for those who protect our
freedom and our country. For 66 years, the
USO has been providing morale-boosting
programs and services to enhance the qual-
ity of life for military personnel and their
families around the world. The USO is not a
government agency. It is a nonprofit, chari-
table organization and relies on donations
from private citizens and corporations.
A Million Dollar Shootout will also take
place the day of the tournament with qual-
ifiers taking a shot to win one million dol-
lars
There are many opportunities to play,
sponsor, volunteer or participate in this
event.
For more information on participating,
contact Charles Raulerson at 458-1001 or
Rhonda Ferguson at 234-3434. Look for
more information at www.uso.org/jax.


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Navy announces management controls for tuition assistance


From Commander, Navy
Installations Command


To ensure the best Sailors
continue to have access to
tuition assistance funding,
the
Navy has implemented man-
agement controls for the Tuition
Assistance (TA) program and
Navy College Program for Afloat
College Education (NCPACE).
NavAdmin 161/07, released
June 25, stated the new controls
will focus on three areas: Sailor
readiness, career development
and program/fiscal efficiencies.
"Education is, and will contin-
ue to be a key factor in the profes-
sional and personal development
of our Sailors," said Commander
Naval Education and Training
Command Rear Adm. Gary
Jones. "We must reward those
deserving Sailors by enacting poli-
cies that take into account perfor-
mance and career development."
According to Ann Hunter,
Education and Training branch
head for Naval Education and


Training Command (NETC), tim-
ing is important to an individual's
successful education plan.
"Historically, Sailors' chances
for success have improved when
education is introduced at appro-
priate times within a career,"
Hunter explained.
"Experience tells us that Sailors'
first assignments following initial
training are extremely challeng-
ing. We've found that Sailors have
a better chance of success in col-
lege courses if they have complet-
ed their warfare and professional
qualifications before enrolling in
college courses. Commanding offi-
cers are asked to look closely at
all TA applications for the proper
career timing."
The following management
controls are effective immediate-
ly and focus on meeting profes-
sional development requirements
as a prerequisite to TA/NCPACE
approval:
A. Advancement-eligible Sailors
must have taken and passed the
most recent advancement exam.
Sailors who are serving out of


their rating, and have not passed
their advancement exam are eli-
gible for TA and NCPACE with
approval from their commanding
officer or officer in charge.
B. Sailors must pass the most
recent physical readiness test, or
be medically waived from the test.
C. Sailors must not be under
instruction in initial skills or in
a duty under instruction training
status.
D. Sailors who have been
awarded any non-judicial or
courts-martial punishment in the
previous six months shall not be
authorized TA or NCPACE cours-
es.
E. Sailors must be recommend-
ed for promotion or advancement.
Enlisted personnel with less
than 20 years in service are now
required to have at least one year
remaining on their current enlist-
ment prior to using TA or enroll-
ing in NCPACE courses. The cur-
rent statutory service obligations
for officers using TA or taking
NCPACE courses remains in effect.
"The cap for TA authorizations


remains at 16 semester hours per
fiscal year, but an approved aca-
demic/education plan is required
after the fifth course," Hunter
said. "Only courses required by
the academic/education plan are
authorized for TA and
NCPACE, and TA will no lon-
ger be authorized for additional
degrees at the same or lower edu-
cation level.
Lower division or prerequisite
courses may be authorized if the
courses are part of the degree pro-
gram and are listed on the Sailor's
approved education plan.
Sailors already pursuing a
degree at the same or lower level
may continue taking courses pro-
vided their approved education
plan is dated December 2005 or
earlier.
In addition, TA will no longer
be authorized for continuing edu-
cation units (CEUs). Sailors may
use their Montgomery GI Bill or
other resources to fund CEUs.
Sailors who are currently
enrolled in TA and/or NCPACE
courses but do not meet the condi-


tions listed above will be allowed
to complete their current courses
but will not be authorized fund-
ing for additional courses until
the conditions have been met.
Under the Navy College
Program, several programs are
offered to help Sailors earn a col-
lege degree.
A visit to the local Navy College
Office is a logical first step to
learn about the wide variety of
college level examinations avail-
able, such as the College Level
Examination Program and the
DANTES Subject Standardized
Tests program offered through the
DANTES Examination Program.
"Navy leadership is committed
to providing opportunities and
financial assistance to Sailors
as they pursue their educational
goals," Hunter said.
"We are currently working
detailed execution guidelines
including criteria for waivers,
but the majority of the informa-
tion on TA and NCPACE man-
agement controls can be found in
NavAdmin 161-07."


Pool safety: How to make your backyard a safe oasis


From LIFELines


swimming is a fun,
; relaxing sport, and
: backyard swimming
pools, both large and small,
are the epitome of summer
fun. With that pleasure
comes some risk.
Drowning is the third
leading cause of death in
the United States and the
first leading cause of inju-
ry-death for children under
age two. According to the
Centers for Disease Control,
about one child drowns
every day somewhere in the
United States. Fortunately,
there are many precautions
a pool owner or parent/care-
giver can take to limit the
risk of accidental drowning
for both children and pets.
The first rule of pool
safety is learning to swim.
Instruction doesn't, howev-
er, mean automatic drown-
ing protection. Careful,
constant supervision of
children and "arms-length"
supervision of toddlers is
essential. Most Navy and
Marine Corps bases offer
organized swim lessons for
children and adults. Check
with your local Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
Department for program
offerings.
The use of water toys


also demands vigilance.
Ironically, arm-flotation
devices, also known as
water wings or "floaties,"
create a false sense of secu-
rity for both children and
supervisors. Accordingly,
Bureau of Personnel policy
prohibits the use of "aquatic
toys and equipment in the
pool enclosure" for Navy
and Marine Corps public
pools. Children who can't
swim are encouraged to use
U.S. Coast Guard-approved
life jackets.
Swimming supervi-
sors need a minimum of
basic water-safety train-
ing and CPR certifica-
tion. Lifesaving classes
are offered through the
American Red Cross
around the country. Keep
in mind: a trained lifeguard
is a great supplement but
no substitute for constant
parental supervision.
The most visibly obvi-
ous and effective safety
tools are external yard and
patio safety equipment.
Basic pool guidelines call
for a fence on all four sides,
at least 4 feet high, with
slats no more than 4" wide.
There shouldn't be any toe-
holds or adjacent furniture
to climb the fence. The door
should be self-closing and
self-latching, while entranc-


es from the house to the
patio area should sound an
audible alarm.
By getting down on
the ground, pool own-
ers can take a minnow's
point of view of the area.
Investigate from toddler-
and pet-level how access
could be gained to the pool
(e.g., doggy doors) and then
fix the problem.
Essential safety equip-
ment around the pool
includes a reach pole, a life
jacket or ring buoy with a
rope, a cordless or porta-
ble phone, and posted CPR
instructions. Although it
seems obvious, learn to use
these items properly.
Navy and Marine Corps
housing rules regarding
pools vary, so check with
your local housing office for
pool restrictions and fence
requirements.
Here is more advice from
pool experts on safety.
Do:
* put all pool toys away
when done
* fully remove pool covers
when swimming
* make an emergency
plan
* empty wading pools
and large buckets of stand-
ing water, because a little
person can drown in just a
couple inches of water


Host families needed for visiting exchange students
From CIEE These students live with host families for
five or ten months, attend high school, and
C IEE, a worldwide leader of inter- become true members of their new families
national education and student and community.
exchanges since 1947, is looking for Students participating in the exchange
families to open their hearts and homes to program are between 15-18 years of age,
international exchange student. Students have studied English for a minimum of
will be arriving in Northeast Florida in three years, have their own medical insur-
mid-August to spend the academic year. ance and have undergone a thorough per-
These students hail from all over the globe sonal screening and interview process.
and are eager to learn more about the They return to their native land with
United States, become a member of an improved English skills, a sense of inde-
American family, community and school. pendence and self-confidence, more matu-
This program also provides an opportuni- rity and a better understanding and appre-
ty for families to form lifelong relationships ciation of America. Most importantly they
and unforgettable memories. More than will have made relationships that will last
1,200 CIEE high school students arrive forever.
in the USA each year. This year CIEE To participate or to request more infor-
is placing its first exchange students in mation on this rewarding intercultural
Florida and they are being placed in Clay experience, contact Lee Anne Reynolds at
and Duval Counties. CIEEhostfamily@clearwire.net.


Don't:
* use alcohol while swim-
ming or supervising swim-
mers, because 25 to 50 per-
cent of adolescent and adult
drownings are attributed to
alcohol use
* leave gates unlatched


for even one second
* leap or dive into an
unknown pool or body of
water
Water-borne illnesses are
a growing problem. The
CDC recommends:
* not swimming if you


have diarrhea
* never drinking or spit-
ting pool water
Make your summer a fun,
splash-filled, and safe sea-
son by following these sim-
ple, effective guidelines for
pool safety.


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nCall Hank Pcoann 904-249-7676 press 2 MS ..850 ma. $80 lep cal v X Mortgages Bought/Sold Events couy, mi
904-378T-0510 n la ANE PARK Suan3. 8-ease call LUXURY ROOMS vents
CONQUEST REALTY4/2 2300SF, Orane Park Susan 3280980 PCS. w/Mi crowone & Retrig,! Commercialsnndustria
S South Subdiv located in Lw2IRm tgat tFor Saleo 0 tar i ouracommunities
.. WuR.... qiet cuIdesoc, greut Westside - 3/2, 2000sqf t, 10 Off for W9y Room!734
Ra Iaa for kids. FR, LR, DR. petsok, Syrd house, INN (904) 725- 3 Co n ercial lndustialdonated 505,907
41 ,E0GLEHA RRBORoA oso90op "fo:flex lease,o S1225, AIMnDisc, UNorRentn 3 l3hOF. I6ok hour.of..olunteer
1. 0ua:l&n.C. u� l8..8 .n , - Call 40,4-932-9141 10 min to NAS. 252-5266 _ Businesses for Sale service in Northeast
Colee Cove-107'Riverfront on r.: :..:. ORANGE PARK E ale Land--- Ofic Space For Sale REAL ESTATE
rox. cre lot in Colee , Seller Finncin, EZ 103rd St. 4/2 1095, f fice Space Fo Rent 1 Week Day Class Aug 6 oa and Southeast
Cove Ldg $ 5625,000 . ls. t ' ..... -.' terms, low down pmt, ch&o, Built 1995, 2 Car Gar. 8 Week Eve Clas Aug 20 G ia last yar r
il 904-2301618/ 2942989 i_ S3399k 352-201-0658 Security Sys, Kit Eqp, WD HUR Serir s T eir
VANSANT RE 893540 Retail For Rent practice todaY No moneyyfre time ws n to
omv9783S [altoJN-re � uprm esrsse o5mo 92 9 wCommenc al (9041 2692555 :..
SFnr I.lo ORANGE PARK SATSUMA Dunns Cree up-front. Westside time was to
Manufact ured ORANGE PARK arbor COL|1||[RRiverturnMR St. Johns C ommercala/ Blanding 923-09688. ...... ^a RaEstateInstit-ute community
70xINr7bERL3/2.5 TH w/gr,aonopplt�. dock on canal, long term Industrial For Sale,,,I
S ,, incl. Chathom oods - vac. rental 970.846 4290 St. Jols Commercial/ gani ns, church
Homesmci-ChathamhWoodsR9n70een
n,,. Bech-'10_a[954-673-7354 or 954-309-5638 ST. AUGUSTINE EACH Industrial For Rent lups, uth activist,
Atlantic Beach - $1500 r '1.. r I,: -r., BE
Moves you in New 3/2 . . Orange Park 4br/2ba in 2BR, sleeps 6. St. Johns Businesses for Sale so.nadm
768REDU4'ED ,...-. Bear Run, 1900sf, Westside/3/2/S725 Aug 18-25th avil. $70 S JollcSpaceFrSale
E-Zfinoncing cal1 246A 1 hEstate ')25thavEDil.$700 n ....... ...M I ascoutnandllUoe.
la; "iOcuzzi in mtr suite, tile Large lot/ch&o w&d hu4 car CallSt JoIlnsice SpaeFor
55 fe-c Yd SoOipmo 708-6171 carport/fresh interior Pintace For
for 542-908 f d VANSANDT RE billi40n Rent
PAY SALES TAX DOWN Ornge ParHw 7.9 billion St. Johns Retail For Sale
Beautiful 3/2 dbl. w/Large Inlracsal 220 3/2/2 I fenced
front porch. Coall 249-9546 .\ rI; ,._,, . D .,:..; back, fireplace, WESTSIDE- 2/1 PVT Is the eConomiC St. Johns Retail For Rent i
sl " o om" .... s rrnd Hposio ret fenced yod wd, util, th
SApart ments Furnished neighborhood Clos to cable included Pets
We guarantee financing Rm NAS 904-86-118 wel come. $650 me. military in Northeast -
w/2mths ot Apartments Unfurnilshed JCKSONVILLE BEACHoa an 904-614-4670
2,3,4, bdrms. Call 249-9546 Condominiums 3/2. 1400SF, rent or buy. ORTEGA 4/3 $1650
SRetireent C ities 1500mo. Call Days: 1924SF, ch w& Hkueast
S Retirement Communities 781-3380 or Eve:242-0059 Stockton School, Wkshop, Sth Georgia.F TNEW
Houses Furnishedtr Fenced, FoPFa Room.i Advertise i in th e I
ave Bad Credit? We c Houses Unfished Kings Ba- 3BAR/ VANSANDT RE 389 i 3540 4588 Lexingtn
Aet you fi.aced New, 2BA in shodowl wn. ta pul aons 4588 Lex n
Used, & Rep, homes low ManufactrmedHome s Views of river from ORTEGA FOREST 4/3m Roomm W nted i ,t fm1150 sq. ft. Zoned CG2



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dwn. Call 246-7684 Mobile Hoe Lot backward. M$1650 C192O4sft/ch&o/ Five mies from diso P. 389-1140
ClayCeunty Lnd HomeP9 g 2 R/2 onJats S$925/$s00. 673-7978 w&d hu/Stockton School I Nos Jax Galte. $650 local bases in the
Cloy County Land Home P6N Roommates 97 */ Crlocal in the
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On 1.25 Acres IALL_398_-9492




n3/2 Double Wide n RoomS I Rent LAKESHORE 3/2 *895 VANSANDT RE 3R893540 ulseq NeighborhoodM area. ,. II
S Down. $ rs Beach Home Rentals grond Pool & Hlo Tub must ike onms, clean
Save Thsnew c , $ I chS J&0, wd hu, fenced bkyd. Riverside - For Sale By Owner and responsible.No T advertise
Save Thousond Beach cation/Reso s VANSANDT RE 389.3540 Ret to own Party animals Contact Please call
CALL (904) 291-2735 Storage/Mini-Lockers Stockton School Dist. Lindo 904-382-9391
HURRY! Managemlent/Rental Sei ices LAKESHORE 3/2 $995 1200sf, 3 and 1 +I office, R
ONLY2ET | WantedtoRent Ingro.nd Pool & Hot Tub hrdwd flrs.$ 1100mo+ 9043594336, CCG-1 bld approx 1200I D- �
WanttoRent ', Fenced Bok, down ent. For more l. sq f, 5 rms CH/A; I
4/2 Setup on I Acre of Land St. JohnsApartments VANSANDT RE 3893540 details CaUll 904-838-5800 F. sign, off 103rd, nrB
Easy Qualifying. Coal 783-8385 Furnished n.
MANDARIN, New 2 SOUTH DE- New 00 TEVTE
Land Home Packages St. JohnsApartmentsBR 2 BA Ton2home for rent, O Park loe to NS J
Down. Call 783-8385 :St. Jls Condominiums to P. orage ishwsher. o
Lanai, Gad. Inter- wsher/drYo nclu
Homes of Merrif, St. Johns Retiremllent 50 nduti


Westside -1974 Concord St. Johns Mobile
70,x14' 2br/lba, LR. Home/Lol Rental
kitchen, scrn patio, par- "St Johns Lots
olly furnished, n eeds rSt, JohnsJ o
work - sell as is for 5 B7000 S. Johns Rootate
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02004, barn, shed, 90+r O g ar 2 br , 3
118 Acres in plbeautiful VAed nes f/p p, RE 38940
1800 square foot. Paint new carpen0---------------------- ---------

2004, arn shed,90+ Orange Park- 2 br; 2 ba,
acres in Planted pines, fb. atio, Pgt fenced 8d,
excellent hunting, w/d hookup, conve-
fishing rolling hills. niently located. $700 ma. -., a'
t..... ine. en904-614-4670 tT L at.. S .. B
Asking $489,000 904-6 67
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1Co & 2 BR Special! No Crowds -Cooler Weather
Burke Co. G. 81.10 Acres CALL 398 -9492__
Planted pines, near Affordable Rates -.
Savannah River off SOUTHSIDE/Manadrin2BR's Affordable
Stoney Bluff Landing 2/, potio Apts. w750mo;
Rd. surrounded by 2/2, XL Apts,$ 5725mb;
hunting land 912-978-0058 MOVE IN SPECIALS "F E E 4
S eiI Shcebm Properties 721-1767 EA I
Investme ntpWESTSIDE 2br Newly
I rpIyRemod. W/DconnS 665mo. A
Free Rent Special.
CASH BACK AT CLOS- SeoboardOaks. 904-778-9836
ING- 3br, 2bo, ownerfin WESTSIDE 149 Sec dep0
vail slow credit ok. EZ pea I, 44
qualifying 813-951-071 5 Special.t3R,6- 7440.
I Westside APARTMENTS
_49 4K C.ll904803 "30-0

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Macdlenny II ORANGE PARK EAGLE 389-317
4/2 elegant ARBORBrand new in389-3179
custom brick storage rm, 1517sf
homeaddt scrn patio,
Copper Creek app, ind blinds & more.
SSubdivision. ship incd. $1400 272%0133 oHookedOnHarrys.com
2397 sq. Ft ORANGE PK Eagle Har-
1/4 acre lot. bar 3/2 upgraded 1800 sf,
1106 CaPPer Creek Dr. I1 stry, 2 coll gar, all
MacI.enny, Fl 32063 Iclub amenities, vaaont &A FFO RD A BLE


.....310 ,000 ....... New 2/2 + bonus rm fpl,
I _ I .$71,2,3 BEDROOM 4495 Roosevelt Blvd 1056 N. 3rd Street

porch, all appliances HO MES I (904)387-0304 (904)247-8855

SOUTHSIDE- Relie lb
. .1.,Rive luxury new
LONG CO. GA appls, TV, pool. ,
179 private acres, $1275 mo; lease or own. c040551
near Ft. Stewart, 904" "766696
excellent managed SOUTHSIDE - St. John's
timber investment Town Center - 1 11 condo I i I
for iong term attached garage.
timber growth. Screened balcony, W/D
in unit, Appliances
$1,995/AC under warranty. Gated
404-362-8244 community wi/pool and
fitness center. Avail-
St. Regis Paper Co. able 8/1 $950. 410-533-5119

+ dep. Off 103rd.
Call 561 252-0969
WESTSIDE Wtrfrnt 2/25 Ads
TH, scrnd lonai ar,
FSBOP 3 yr new 4/3 on 14th Fpl, dock, $950. No pets
hole, Cimarrone GCC. smoke 276-3010/923-5044
t494K. Call 904-803-3010 _
for web access & info. THE FLEET

Rent ra,... tohbuy MARKET Rank/Grade: Work Phone # Organization: Date Submitted:
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AMELA ISLAND Ocean ADVERTISING
liSESS EMf view, S. AlA, 4BR/ 4BA, ADVERTISING
Foreclosures, Probates, 3200SF, CH/A, 3 car gar, /
Tenant Problems. $1500mo. 904-384-7012 R U L ES 1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above
t Just WON'T Go Away! ARGYLE - 3/2, LR, DR, personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air requirements will be billed.The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
Property. No fees or SCRND PATIO, FEN. YD. Please fill out Station, Jacksonville. 7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
Commissions. Think REF REQ S1195/MO. 7782897 this form in 2. Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by the publisher to help 366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
TAKE ACTION NOW ARLINGTON 3/2, ch/a, qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as 8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
9i4-253-3486 visit web at $ 35I 7 To Dr1e. black or blue ink. sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage original form.
fI ils s $ p. o 7- . sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Select the number of weeks ad is to run: U 1 wk 3 2 wks ; 3 wks J 4 wks
Buying a Home' ANIMAL OR PET ADS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF THE ANIMALS ARE OFFERED
Contact your VA DEADLINE FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News.
. Home Loan Expert- BE LIMITED TO ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED NOTE: (1)This form must be clipped (not torn) along the outside border. (2) No more than
Laurie M. Potter JAX A R INDIVIDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR"OFFICIALLY one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two free ads per family, per
SYNCM (USN Ret) REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE- week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.
SBurq, Selling : or MENTS IN THE BODY OF THE AD - OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED.
S relnalnorigrConIa:t NEW S 3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written Category:
I Laure ifr nI. of i.:.ur independent of other information contained on this form.
(904) 256-2051 financing needs, including 4. Ads received after the above time will run in the following week's issue. ir N ew s
ell (904) 463-2065 VA FHA, home equity or Noon 5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Code
nil': lauriepotter conventional loans. OOG, Box 2, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News,
Website: 0 Monday One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202
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Maintenance Positions Wanted 626-4686
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GSE/GSM/ENVEN Cell (904) 563-1824 Appliances
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interactive course- ~ Office: () 3-477N Auctions
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a ptus. Apply online -c
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Founded in 1859, Brink's Machinery and
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secure transportation &
cash mgmt services Medical
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Work in a fast paced 904-260-2703
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leading commercial and indusal real estate companies. This is an Life Insuranced water,
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Refrigerator/freezer
whirlpool, almond.
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tion. $150.
912-729-2630
industrial facilities in our expanding Jacksonville portfolio of Refrigerator GE
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4 White Kenmorer S
Washer and dryer. Clds Car Seat byKE
$275. 912-510-6365 NEW. $Cal35. LI 26K636
L_ NEW. C2ll 264-636,4


WINDOWS (6) Beautiful
Hand Blown Wavy glass
windows from Historic
Avondale home. Still in
the original wood cas-
ing, these window ore
In excellent condition,
(4) measure 34"x34" (2)
are 31"x31" $80 each or
$360 for all. 415-2871



SGirls Clothing for
sale, sizes 12-16.
Negotiable prices.
Excellent condition.
New! Call Lori
912-673-7415; cell-
912-322-3411



BOSE 901 Speakers
$100. U-'i. i.,
BC3000XLT s:.- .,.
Users. 77; :,.
Dell Photc Pr,...r
926. Bran- r, ...
1Half price. I- -' Ha,'
acord reaa r s Ir
direct printer. 8 r m.n-
camera. 904-277-eIC
TOSHIBA TV 32"
$100 Call 2.?. .13i
after 6 Pp.'



B. Langston Presents
Beverly Hills Florida
The very best of the best
www.blangston.com
COLLECTABLES &TOO
MUCH TO MENTION -
7733 Greenwich Ct. W.
Arlington FrI & Sat 8-til



ARMOIRE King Bed, 2
night stands $979 new in
boxes. 391-0015.Can delly
S ayllner Capri 1999,
1950 135 Mercruiser.
New Bimini &
AM/FM/CD. Great
Condition. Ready for the
water. $7900 282-6946
BED- A Baa Baa Sleep w/No
Sheep. Memory Foam Sets
from $399 Call 904-674-0405
BED A Baby Boomers
Memory foam set. New,
10 yr warr $384. 858-9350
BED A Bachelors $95
Deal! Qn set, new
in plastic 398-5200
BED A Bang Up Pricel
Pillowtop Sets Brand New
Queen $135 King $275
Can Deliver. 904-674-0405
BED A Cherry Sleigh set,
solid wd w/mattress, new
In boxes. $379. 398-5200
BEDROOM Set Cherry 6
pC, new, still in boxes
$499. CAN DEL. 398-5200
SChina Cabinet-Solid
walnut, well built.
Four glass doors on
top and drawers
and cabinet doors on the
bottom. $350.
Devan-90 in long. Solid
frame and well built,
good condition. $150.
Call (904)908-9988
4 Couch White with
red cover,
no-smoke. $100.
Call 202-B8164
DESK- dark roll top
desk. $250.
Call 912-729-2928
FULLY FURNISHED,,
APARTMENT $999 s'
Bedroom Set L
$299.99 L.-
Qulen Bed

$1 " 9.99 99
S 25" TV $89.99
~ a DVD Players
Pullsize mat$29.99
Sofa & Chair
t_' $299.99
(904) 396-9000
CORT CLEARANCE CENTER
S Futon Bed-
dreFul size mattress
$250 Negotiable,

Futon Bunk Bed-$170 Also
30 gal Fish Tank $70. Call
4 details 284-2701 / 536-0230
HEADBOARD, Sold Oak
Suite King Headboard,

dresser; excellent condi-
tion. $550.00 OBO.
Call 276-3736

$100. Chest Freezer,
$75. Table saw w/6
blades $150 OBO.
_ (912)729-2024
Mahogany Hutch
Cira 1980 Glass
front brass fixtures.
$100. Sofa Emerald
Brocade Curve Back
arms down seats. $200.
Call 904-673-3892
MATTRESS King Size
New, Still in Plastic, $185
Must sell 904-674-0405
MATTRESS Queen Set.
Brand New in plastic $125
Must sell 904-674-0405
MATTRESS A Full Size
set $129. Kg PT set $229,
new In plastic. 398-5200
4, 5 PC Glass Nook
Set with 2 match=
ing borchairs and 4
Svotive cup chande-
lier. Exc. condition. Ask-
ing $450. Coll Mrs.JoAnn
at 710-3298 LV MSG.
4, 7 piece Basset Oak
on Bed room St.
$400. OBO.
912-496-4885
4, PIllow top full size
mattress with box
spring and frame,
$300. CGll 58098897
, Queon Stearns m nd
Foaster Roano Cloud
1 Moltros BSeol, 600
thread count 0theet
Included, Y.,, ,i i. .
$200, Call n"i' ii' '..1

S cond, $75. I-oro
Oak Filt. conter
eox. cond. $200,
912 729-2630
4, Tan Micro Fiber
nsofa ald love sat.
tould $1000, wll ugl
far $500, OBe.
541 0827. PCS
Wedding
Decorations,
23 Beautiful silk
Amaryllis
centerpieces for
reception, flowers
for arbor, bows
for pews,
wedding bells,
tule & etc.
$375.00
King Size
waterbed with
bedding $150.00
call 879-2570
4, Westside-3,12. 140051.
1 yr old, like new,
l/ Military transfer,
Call Courtney Pru-
dential 334-6422 $182,000



AVON $10.00 Kit
to Start Own Business
S0501-17 (Ind.SIs.Rep.)
WWW.youravon�.cmlastenol
Avondole HUGE SALE 1t
SaI, 7(1 2p, Tons of Stutf!
.1444 Woodmere St.


Key stone Heights
Allimu o i , ollectables,
piotifvf glassware, turn,
prwilttiveso tools, fish-
ji go ftluell, nuch.
lmortel I-ri & Sot 9-5;
,t1919 antohrtr Tr, Dir:
iPii.iClul Bvid (SR21-1 S
iit......uii Middloburu, L
iI 1. .t 3 1 illosi to sole
wilthi for norunutue sltuns
Clii1i 12 359 7715, tor' pies
WWw,vlynno1keetlte'o11
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
'this Sat & Stlln I huve
Your Garge i tole oat
Tht Market PlIe1P
7059 1n11la-, 116-FLEA



PHAZER by
4 XMARK like IMN,
opinly 30 hiri usLcl,
3.14" ui ulching deck
wiih (1 19l hp Kawasaki
tonuine. Warranty will
transfer to newv owner,
$S,100 If interested con-
tact Joe Carr ifter 4:40
PM. Cell is 742-7373


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

Front door 81 1/2" X
37 1/2" $70. Back
door 82 1/4" X 33
S1/4" $50. Both with
frame. Both for $100.
Call 912-729-7982
Jet2 Power Chair.
$300.
L Days-912-576-3684 or
eves- 912-261-9935
JET2 POWER CHAIR
$300 Days- 912-576-3684
Eves- 912-261-9935
4 Lo.-ot,.u.rr :i I,,r
S r.,, i c. ., -:
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rl r tl- , ,,i rn r.

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,-a ir-: .30 - 33 88:' 8

(jCalu S-i?c42
Silverware Set
Frmal. B. -'r.cidl,
wood case, and
more! Call At 510-7104,
$150 Negotiable.

SPORTSCRAFT
FOOTBALL GAME
TABLE
Foosball on top
with air hockey I
underneath
54" long x 29"
width x 36" high I
for Foosball 29"
high for Air
Hockey; Like new
$200 998-9098




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




MOVE TO YOUR LOT
Frame portable class-
room buildings. Clay/
Duval/ Bradford County
area. Call 904-764-9509



Bowflex Ultimate
With leg extension.
1 $2100.00. New. Will
sell for $1000.00.
Call 912-673-8422 for Info.
DESERT EAGLE
.50 A.E., N.I.B. $1500
291-3236
Nordic Trac CX925,
SElliptical Trainer.
41 15 mos. parts and
labor warranty.
Like New! 1 $300.
Call 505-1308
Precor S3-21 Strength
4 |. Multistaotion
1 Combined Unit -30
functions. New
Condition. $3100 Retail,
asking lust $1500. Call
Bill 904-998-1212
4 Treadmill Smooth
6.25, shock-assisted
e space-saver deck,
calories distance
pulse. 2.75HPCD
extremely quiet.
20"X54" belt. Delivery
Available. Like New,
$1200. 912-573-4158
STrek 6500 ZX,
mountain bike,
c tomac grips rock
shox, psylo, forks
dark green. $500.
Call Terry 673-8422





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* Livestock & Supplies
* Animals Wanted




AIREDALE TERRIERS
Puppies AKC Reg. 1/M,
4/F, $500. MC/Visa
accepted. 904-491-1516
CATTAIL COTONS
Colon de Tulear puppies
4F, IM 213-9941 or 463-2254
See: carollnacotons.com
CHIHUAHUA -pups, 2M,
2F, reg/ HC, to good
home, $300-$400 338-4203
Cockapoo CKC lyr very
friendly, shots, neut., M
beige, $300. 904-860-0105
COCKER SPANIELS -
Schnoodles pups,
353-1101
DOBERMAN -AKC, blue/
rust, Only 3 males left
$700. 912-270-0078
DOBSRMAN PUPPIES
Call 904-779-4660. Toils,
Duclaws, worming
already done,
ENGLISH BULLDOG
Pupi; Chomp Bid; NKC
roa shots 904 591 5990
FISH TANK 125 Gallon,
Cherrywood with over
$.500 worlh oat cgccOSO-
ries,. Call Kiln
'04-770 2464 for morn
Inforiontllon,
Free Black Lab 9 rlon old
to good hoimei, All itoho,
I ..I '..t atOlly tralInod,
.il..iii 'nrul haOVe yard
*,,,i il t... 1o be Inslde.
Call 904.472,8698 if Itter.
outedo
GERMAN SHEPHERD
AKC PuppicO & dultls
$500. 3B6-755-7230,

GERMAN SHEPHERD
KIllt'l fl ,11 gnI 1111 2101
GREAT DANE AKC PUPS
3va.nlilioI lfarlOiaqul'.i 1K b

Jack Russell req Olopnid
33.59S .10;2
LI ,' f. H.tt.'.ruOIIhlrn'. rn.on.

4, la U.1. \lr. , r
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Mlhilnrv Macaw 9 ,-. OiI


POODLE MINI Male
breeder, phtanoitom,
proven, $2000bo, 568 6.118
YORKIES, MALTESE
-POODLE Dpap, flter
6pm. 504-9633




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RABBITS
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1575 Wells Rd..
ORANGE PARK, FL
Next to Shad Nissan
and Harley Davidson



RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
Sales sService * Parts
Weo Need Tradies
Constilnments Welcome
19' Coachhouso B Van. Low
Miles, $14,900
Travel 1Trailers Starting u
$129/Mn. No Monvy Down
'0071 30' unkhouoe, Lotadod, 1
l,lh, $14,900
'07 TIIoy H uler, I onffl
$19,999 WOWI
ComO in lIly & chock 1sl Out.
You'll lil 0ld You 01(11
(904) 714-9939







BAJA Minibike
49cc, four stroke,
excellent
conditlon.Ganrage
kept, now f/f, helmet
still In bag, $350.00 Firm
282-7925
HARLEY DAVID-
SON 1971 900 Iron
\1 Head Sportster
$5300.00 OBO
Looks real good ioo..
Wide Glide Front end,
Dual Disc Breaks, Cus-
tom Handle Bars, Some
Chrome, Electric & Kick
Start, Mini Windshield.
Muslonang Seat, 16" Rear
Wheel, Lowered 4", New
Clutch, Newer Saddle
Boas & Tool bag and a
Fat i ob GO Tasook...Lats
af Ciitloi work (u.t lot o1
ItUilyV) done to this
hike, Thoe bike runs
grotn . I can't ride aly
lonuJo'.,,Consider trade
for ,hnl (Odi tId , lfish-
nu awid fnntily)
904 a,77 or
till 9041-101 1927
, Harley Diavildon
S 1971 Modttel 900,
ol . ii I)rtr. low miles
ru no anil looks
really good. Orlglinal
Harley not on import.
$1,00O or best otter, will
consider tra des for
boat(oie fot fishing and
folalily use), a nice
doughlters ftlrst car, will
take cash or trade.
904-401 1927 or
90. 1-276-7786
4 -Halrley Davldson
. V-Rad 05, 2120 mi,
t$50'0. Worth Chrome
upgrades, alaIrm,
goroge kept, rides and
looks. New. $14,300.
90,-298-1895
Harle. i-:rit ,1
. 1995; 1 50'" .- 11.
S red xtras cover
shop manual,
garage kept, excellent
shape, $10.000.
912-882-7095 or
912-573-0605
4, Harley H-ritage
1997, 19K miles,
S9,000. Excellent
condition, Black
and los o'f chrome. Cal
98:2-4-35, rear tires loot!
SHonda C/'A4OE
Good shaop-, 1982
Parts El'o.

9824,0197. A SI' Pr lf--en


Jeely


, Chevolet Trail-
blazer Power Win-
4 dows, cold ac, new
tires, cd, good con-
dition, silver, call
904-254 1503. Middleburg,
FL. $10,500.
SChevrolet Lumino
1992, runs great,
t t 1new tires, front
brakes and battery.
$1850. OBO. Home
282-3468, WK 370-0043
CHEVY AVEO LS '06 18K
miles, 5spd, loade(l.
$99/mo. WAC., 899-5853
Chevy Comaro Z28,
74K mIlles, runs
Y | at grea(, must seo.
904 771-8510
CHEVY CAVALIER '05 4dr,
A/i, ywr pkg, elopeedablo,
nos saver now only $8488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
CHEVY CAVALIER -'94,
4dr, AT, AC, 1 owner,
57k aria mil. $2950 obo.
Call 904-803-6111
S CHEVY
CORVETTE '01
Silver/gray, 6spd,
Like New, Head Up
Display. $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


. Anchors, old oul-
boards rods and
reels 3 1/2 HP A ili-
tary standard
motor, royal manual
typewriter (Newi other
boot stuff- Call
912-673-7694
S14 FT. Sorcrafl,
RIvited aluminum
fishing boat,like
ne w, ga uanizod
trailer, garageoc kept,
$1900 value. $975.00
OBO. Call 241-1398
Bayliner 175 2007 w/
3 yr warranty,
inchides family fun
pock, fishfindor.
Trailer has collapsible
lounge. $12,500. Jason @
904-476-5472
4, SCARAB 1996, 22ft.
GO Fast!! 454 multi
t.t port fuel ini. excel-
lent condition, must
see!! $18,500 ride. Call
982-4435



YAMAHA 150 I
S - stroke,
56 gallons,
only 30 hour on
the motor.
GPS 498 float on
S trailer, |
5 months old,
all electronics I
trolling motor I
$42,500
904 282-6548 j

4 Chris Craft 310
Twin350's Fly-
S bridge, 1979, New
A/C, large interior,
run great. $20,000.
904-542-4665
35' Bayliner 1996,
T Motoryacht 2/545
J.t 7kwgen, new bot-
tom paint, a/c, can-
vas, low hours.
904-339-2407.
mslwa@hotmail.com
SEADOO -'96, SPX,
rebuilt '06, 731cc, 1900
318-7663 703-2556




Great White-671b t rust,
24 volt, trolling motor.
$350 OBO. 904-733-6499




& 28ft. Sunnybrook 5th
wheel, 2001 excel-
SL lent condition,
loaded, sleeps 6.
Ultra-light frame.
$19,900. OBO. Please
call 904-254-2445 or
904-673-9070
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Ports
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua 1386) 4623039
1-800-541-6439
Damon Daybreak
1997, 30 foot, 454
VI.l engine, Wide body,
RV, excellent condi-
tion, 38K miles, no pets,
no smoking. Queensized
bed. $21,000. 282-9745.
Middleburg, FL
Damon Daybreak
1997; 30 foot, 454
t chevrolet engine,
excellent condition.
38K Miles. 282-9745,
Middleburg, Florida





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Honda CRX '88
128k miles, Koyo
Rims, Exhaust, new
tires, Tint, Needs
Paint, Must See! $3200
GOO. 240-259-3571
, onda Recon 2002,
250 ATV, Good con-
dillon. Low hours.
MUST SEE!! Coll
912-729-4201 or
904-674-4474
4, HONDA VTX1300R
2006. Lots of extras!
Extended warranty
plan included.
Call for Information.
912-467-3708
4, Kawasaki 2XR "",
many upgrade :
garage kept, be ii..-
than new, man',.
extras, must see. $.,..'
Call 241-1398
RC-51 2001. AI ..-.'
condition. All s5: :k
5200 miles. Ex-,-:
Call Jamie
904-864-6699. $6500 f.r .



S18" Chrome FL.. ..-
Nexus, set of lur
|rims and tires. $600.
OBO. Ask for Reed
904-716-4981
SAcuro 167" Alloy
Wheels with Mich-
elin HXMXM4
P215/45/R17 tires,
excellent shape and bal-
anced 9000 ml. Call Paul
537-8471
Chevy Silverado
Rims-Factory
Aluminum polished
Rims, 2007. All
Hardware. $400.
Coll Bill 998-1212
Volvo 240 Items:
New Alternator,
tool kit, unused
donut space, car
cover, server/repair
manuals. Call 268-2482



ACURA RSX '05. 5spd,
sunroof, leather, loaded,



CD. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� ACURA TSX '04
Navigation, CD,
sunroof, only 37,000
miles. $20,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BAABMW 323 1996;
166,000 mi. auto all
pwer, ipod intfc.
alloys, sun roof, tint
leather. $8800. OBO.
Call 707-5296
BMW 325Ci 2002,
Blue, premium
package, CD,
S Moonroof, Garaged,
Excellent Condition.
Very clean, mainten
records. Asking $17K.
850-776-0912
f/ BMW 325i '06
Nav, CD, leather,
like new. $31,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 530i '02
In The Wrapper. $19,900
Call 389-7700
B BMW 7451i '04.
Fully equip, only
41K miles. $40,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
�y BMW X3 3.0 '04
Like new, only 28K
miles. $25,980
998-0012
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y CADILLAC
CATERA '00. One
owner, like new.
fully equipped. $8990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
C CBR 600RR 2005,
black, must sacri-
fice, with only 1,141
miles. Asking
$7,000. Call Nick at
536-1402





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891-3898
387-4041


CHEVY COBOLT LTZ '06
moonrf, pioneer stereo, more
"bang for Your buck" $14,480
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
CHEVY HHR '07 LIke
new without the like new
price. $13,908. 389-7700
CHEVY MALIBU '05
$99 down and you ride!
Call 389-7700

CHRYSLER
CROSSFIRE
2004
MUST SELL!
"Blazing Red"
Limited Edition
Loaded, 37K mi
Excellent Cond.
Private owner
*REDUCED*
$17,950 OBO
612-8015

CHRYSLER 300C
06. Leatlher. CD
sunroof, navigation.
AWD. Only $25,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Chrysler T&C 96,
V6, leather, new,
tires, o/c, fully
equipped, 127K
miles, $3,900.
Call 272-9423
CHRYSLER SEBRING CNVT
LTD '04 Ithr, CD, full pwr
pkg, worry, clean $13,488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '07
door, A/T, alloy, pwr options,
save thousands $14,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '05
Touring edition, 23k mi, turbo,
powered, fun mobile $14,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
CHRYSLER 300 '05 The
working man's Bentley!
Only $369/mo. 389-7700
CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER '06 28K miles
Warranty! I! Take over
pymts $279/mo. 389-7700
Corvette
Convertible '89
Black, w/hardtop.
383 engine, too fast
for us! $13,500. A Must
See, (912)552-2825 or
(912)576-9257
Daewoo Nubira
2000, 74,00 miles,
PW alloys, grey,
good gas mileage,
cd, ac, pl, auto. $2500
OBO. Call 707-5296
Dodge Caravan
1995, loaded plus
hand controls. Call
912-729-2928
DODGE NEON SXT '04
62,000 miles, auto. $6995.
Call 899-5853-
FORD 500 '06 Luxury,
Luxury, Luxury. $325/mo.
Call 389-7700
FORD
EXPLORER, good
condition, sunroof, 4
door combo lock
security system, towing
package. Must see! !
Call 226-1033. $6500
FORD MUSTANG Con-
vertible '03. V6, leather,
auto, 43K miles. $199
mo. WAC. Coil 899-5853
FORD MUSTANG CONVT '03
Lthr, mach stereo, pwr pkg,
low mi, fresh trade 512,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG CPE '03
27k mi A/T, A/C,
great value now $11,488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
FORD TAURUS '04
Reliable transportation.
$5800 WOW! Coall 389-7700
4 FORD WINDSTAR
1998. Needs some
work, asking $1500.
Feel free to make
ANY reasonable offer.
Call 536-1402
GMC YUKON XL '06
Ride In Style With All
The Room. $425/mo.
Call 389-7700
HONDA ACCORD EX CPE
'04 leather, moonrf, 33k mi,
new arrival only $15,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
4, Honda Accord LX
2005 Excellent cond.
$16,995 OBO.
904-514-2423
H HONDA CIVIC '05
9 Coupe. 34,000 miles.
White/tan. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HYUNDAI XG350L MODEL
'04 pearl white, Ithr, alloys,
luxury for less only $13,488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
HYUNDAI TIBURON GT '04
only 17k mi, leather sunrf,
Almost new $15,488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
HYUNDAI ACCENT '07
6000 miles, very clean
$275/mo. Call 389-7700
I JAGUAR X-TYPE
'05. Only 17K miles
$19,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
, rJeep Cherokee
Sport 4X4 1998,
4 1 116,000 miles, 6 cyl-
Inder, new tires,
new spring and coil up
front. $4,300. OBO.
282-5943
4 Lexus GS300 2002,
gold with rims, dvd
t player and 4 new
S tires. Call KIm at
904-778-2464
SLexus LS400 1998.
S Original owner.
4, 1150,000 miles, black
int./ext. leather,
new paint, tires, starter,
exec. cond. $9500.
384-5846
LINCOLN ZEPHYR '06
ILoaded, moonroof, Navi-
ual0on. $425/mo. 389-7700
MA MAZDA 6 '04
Silver/gray, CD,
AT, leather $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MAZDA RX8 '05. 5spd.
39K miles. $299/mo.
WAC. Call 899-5853
4, Mercedes 450 SE
1976, good project
I car, solid body, for
- more info
912-724-3657 Robert
4, Mercedes 500SEL
1984, $1800 OBO.
Great ride, no AC.
904-415-1922


MITSUBISHI GALANT LS '03
4dr, A/T, pwr pkg, low miles,
gas saver, Now $9988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
, Monte Carlo "SS"
1985. 305 ENS Runs
$2,000 OBO. Call
d 908-6024 for more
details.
( NISSAN 350Z Con-
verlible Touring
'04. 28K mi. $25,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN 350Z Tour-
ing Roadster '04
only 28K mi. $27,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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Cril.'d Preo On i7lI 461l
NISSAN SENTRA '06
C-.--., rlaDle Si],.
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A Nissan Xterra SE
2001, 4X4, fully
tl loaded, 83K, extras,
S o-lack, six cd
changer, free life time
alignment, balance,
rotation. $11,200.
542-1000 Ext. 172
SNissan Xterra SE
2001, 4x4, fully
loaded. 83K. extras.
Io-iack, six CD
changer, free life time
alignment, balance, and
tire rotation. $11,200.
Call 542-1000 x172 or
850-582-4246
PONTIAC SUNFIRE '05
39< miles. $149/mo.
WAC. Call 899-5853
PONTIAC SUNFIRE SE CPE
'05 Best buy A/T, A/C,
pwr pkg, 271 mi, clean $9988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
PONTIAC G6 '07
$99 down and you Ride! !tI
Call 389-7700
SUZUKI AERIO '04 Great
warranty, super gas
mileage. $7900. 389-7700
�TOYOTA AVALON
XLS '05. Leather,
CD, sunroof, 30K
miles. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4, Toyota Calico 2002,
black, TRD pack-
age, 5 spd, fully
loaded with 17 in.
wheels. 17K miles,
excellent condition
$12,250. OBO.
904-874-4898
STOYOTA CAMRY
HYBRID '07. Like
new, equip $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Toyota Camry 2006,
4-door LE Sedan,
b 14,000 miles;
garage kept; excel-
lent condition. Call Jean
Kirkland 449-4104.
$18,000


TOYOTA CAMRY CE '07
35K miles. $249/mo.
WAC. Call 899-5853
4, Toyota Corolla 2003,
5 speed, manual
transmission, pwr
windows, pwr locks,
a/c, am/fm/cd. $10,000.
912-729-6469
TOYOTA CELICA
02. TRD Package,
XI 71,500 K, S SAD,
A/C, sunroof, air
intake, foglights, 17"
wheels, excellent condi-
tion, $12,250. OBO.
904-874-4844

TO TOYOTA
COROLLA '06
Spoiler, CD, fully
equipped. $15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

TOYOTA CAMRY
LE, 1993, 4 CYCL,
4 DOOR, A/T,
A/C, ENGINE
REPLACED WITH
JAP ENGINE WITH
65,000 MILES AND
LOTS OF NEW
PARTS. FULLY
SERVICED,
LEATHER SEATS,
NEW PAINT JOB.
$3400 OBO
962-2029

VOLKSWAGEN '05. 13K
miles and very clean.
Only $13,988. 389-7700
VW BEETLE GLS '02
46K miles, Sspd, sunroof,
leather. $199/mo. WAC.
Call 899-5853
) VW BEETLE Conv
'04 GLS Turb, only
23K miles $17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Trucks,Vans, SUVs '00-06
SElI&Up
1st Time
SBuyers
Only
7.9-8.9 APR

$500 DOWN

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SBUICK RAINER
'04 CXL. 29K miles,
fully equip. $17,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SChevolet Trail-
blazer 2004, $10,500.
Power windows,
Cold AC, new tires,
cd, good condition. Sil-
ver. Call 904-254-1503,
Middleburg, FL


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters

PAUL CLARK

FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exi 129 (Yulee) 225-3673

GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

MIKE SHAD FORD

At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325

MIKE DAVIDSON FORD

AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060

MIKE SHAD FORD


GARBER BUICK OF UIKANGE GPARK-
Green Cove Springs 264-4502 7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673 LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE I , AhL,-I

KEY3BUICK -www lotusojacsonllecorn
4660 SouthsideBlvd. 642-6060 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992 ARLINGTON TOYOTA
: ,. NIMNICHTPONTIAC-OMC " i ' ,10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826 COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES

CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC COGGIN GMC TRUCKS TOM BUSH MAZDA 10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 9850 Atlantic Bld. 725-0911 KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA

NIMNICHT CADILLAC GARBER GMC TRUCKS MAZDA CITY 6501oYoungerman Cirde. 771-9100
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700 GABER GMC TRUCKS 6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600 LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
PARKER CADILLAC Green Cove Spnngs 264-4502 2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.

283 San Mao,StAug (904)824-9181 - 800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800

: t COGGIN HODlvA ON ATcLAU1C BRUMOS MOTOR CABS INC. 1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800 10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080 ] il 1A,. ' , I

COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES COGGIN HONDA t
10880 PhilipsHwy 26077 OF ST. AUGUSTINE VW OF ORANGE PARK

CREST CHEVROLET 2898 u.s Hwy. S. 1-80c-45-1689 TOM BUSH MINI 1481 Wells Road 269-2603
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880 IOVALHOD 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 O'STEEN VW

GARBER CHEVY 1325 Cassat Ave 899-1900 11401 Philips Hwy. 322-5100
Green Cove Springs 264-4502 U1325 steBl 1[HONDA E"I T I TOM BUSH VW

GORDON CHEV LOUSOBHHONA 9850 Atanic Blvd. 725-0911
1166 Blanding Bvd . 272-2200 OF THE AVENUES CITY MITSUBISHI 4
JERRY HAMM CHEV 11333Phillips Hwy 370-1300 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489 OTLE VL
www.cityai0om0tive.c0m U'STEEN VOLVOI
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036 LUCAS HONDA OF JAX CIT MITSUBISHI 2525 Plips Hwy 396-5486
PINEVIEW CHEVROLET 7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277 of ORANE 2525 Philips Hwy. 395486
Macclenny 259-6117 7505 Banding Bl. 779-8100
GEORGE MOORE CHEV HYUNDAI www.iyauiomotive.com PROFESSIONAL

711 Beach Blvd. 249-82 fRK 82M l AUTO LEASING

NIMNICHT CHEV of ORANGE PARK 10231 Atlantic Bvd. 722
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041 7600 Blanding Blvd. 8990900 COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC 10231Atlanc Blvd. 722-1694
KEY HYUNDAI 10600 Atanc Blvd. 642-7900
[ l:i; 4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060 COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES

ATLANTIC CHRYSLER 10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
2330 USi South 354-4421 MIE SHAD S OF BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
2 XDIIUS1 S Coth 3D ATLANTIC INFINITI 1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621 ech
CARUSO CHRYSLER 10980 Atlantic Blvd 642-0200 PARKER NISSAN 6833 Beach Blvdutomoi.c 724-3511om
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 2755 U.S. PARKER NISSAN 6833 BeachBlvd. 724-3511

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GARBER CHRYSLER wwwcityautomotivecarn co10 h 10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
Green Cove Springs 2642416 B 36 COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC Lexus of Jacksonville

MIKE SHAD MATHENY JAGUAR 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 Pre-Owned Center

CHRYSLER JEEP 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 GARBER PONTIAC 10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

1736 Cassal Ave. 389-7792 Green Cove Springs 264-4502 Tom Bush BMW

RICK KEFFER . NIMNICHT PONTIAC - GMC 9910 AtlanticBvd. 3714381
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JACK CARUSO

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10979 Atlanic Blvd. 642-5600

GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Spdngs 264-2416

ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blandinq Bd. 777-5500

RICK KEFFER
1-95 REi 129, Fem Bd 1-80-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassal Ave. 384-6561


2330 US 1 South 354-4421

CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300

FRANK GRIFFIN

Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP

ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bd. 1-800-2287454



RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078


IUIII DUSO AUIUpleX
9875 Atanic Blvd. 371-4877

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491


ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER

Longwoodando Fl 407-3393443 JEEP DODGE
SA & BAYMEADYWS. 493000


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CHEVY COLORADO EXT
CAB LS '06 A/T, conv. pkg,
almost new, 5k mi, gas saver
$14,988 TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
CHEVY SILVERADO Z71
Crew '06. Like new, low
miles. $399/mo. 389-7700
CHEVY TAHOE LS '04
Smooth ride w/a smooth
pymt. $325/mo. 389-7700
CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE
LTD '05 Triptronic, trons,
Ithr, 19k mi xtra clean $19,488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
DODGE DURANGO '06
Drive SUV at a car pay-
ment. $349/mo. 389-7700
� DODGE RAM SLT
1500 Hemi Crew
Cab '05. $18,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
r FORD EXPEDI-
TION '03. Fully
equipped. $16,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD EXPEDITION '01
4x4, 3rd row, good cond
$9999. WOW! 389-7700
FORD F150 '06 Lariat
Edition. 4x4, 69K miles,
hard tonneau cover,
leather. $314/mo. WAC.
Coall 899-5853
FORD FI50 SUPER CAB
LARIAT '00 low mi, built
Ford tough, top of the line
$10,488 TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
FORD F250 Super
Duty Turbo Diesel
4x4 '06 Lariat
$36,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD F250 SUPER DUTY '04
XLT, used not abused, 48k mi
serviced & ready to go $18,488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
Ford Ranger XLT
2001, super cab, V6,
AC, Cruise, tilt bed,
liner am-fm-cd,
Jean Kirkland. 449-4104.
$6000
FORD RANGER '07.
Extended Cab, 15K mi.
$299/moWC. WAC. 899-5853
FORD RANGER
2003, extend cab,
L V6, auto, air,
cruise, CD, keyless
entry, bed liner, 68K mi,
$9,700. 874-3552
Ford Ranger 2003,
extend cab, V6,
1 auto, air, cruise,
CD, keyless entry,
bed liner, 68K miles,
$9,700. 874-3552
y GMC ENVOY XL
Denali '05. Fully
equipped. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GMC YUKON XL '04.
Leather, loaded, V8, low
miles. $419/mo. WAC.
Call 899-5853
@ HONDA PILOT
EXL '05. Naviga-
tion, CD, sunroof,
only 27K miles. $25,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


INFINITI FX45 '03
Only 35,000 miles.
Tech pkg $29,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SJeep CJ-7 258 1986.
V6 rebuilt engine.
new carb needs
body work. $2500.
Call Home. 904-277-3823
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
'05 Lthr, 3rd seat, rear A/C,
21k mi sunri, like new $18,488
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
JEEP GRAND CHERO-
KEE '04. Blow out price!
$12,588. COlt 389-7700
JEEP WRANGLER '01
Sahara Edition. 4x4, V6.
$199/mo. WAC. 899-5853
JEEP WRANGLER X '06
5k mi 4x4, smells new,
best deal in town $19,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
NISSAN FRONTIER XE '04
EXT Cab, pwr pkg, super
saver, gas saver $12,988
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877
NISSAN FRONTIER '02
Supercharged!!! Hard to
find! $99 down and it's
yours. Call 389-7700
� NISSAN TITAN '04
35K miles. $17,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f SATURN OUT-
LOOK XR '07. Only
1,000 miles. Fully
equipped. $31,440
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( SCION xB '06. Only
15,000 mi. Like new.
$15,760 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'7 SUZUKI GRAND
VITARA EX '05
SOnly 18,000 miles
$14,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SToyota 4Runner
SR5 1997, Cruise,
roof, rack, p/s, p/b,
am/fm, 10 disc CD
Change, 183,000 running
board. $6400. 904-406-9151
�7 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER '07
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $26,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
�y TOYOTA HIGH-
LANDER Limited
'06. Nay, Sunroof,
CD, fully equip. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SToyota Highlander
'05. Only 26K miles,
one owner. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� TOYOTA LAND-
CRUISER '07. Only
2000 miles. Nay, CD
fully equip. $56,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY


LAMBORGHINI - ORLANDO SATURN OF AVENUES
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. 10863 Philips Hwy. 262.7145
Longwood/Orlando FI 407-339-3443 SATURN OF ORANGE PARK

8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071

MATHENY LAND ROVER SATURN OF REGENCY
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200


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LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000 10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455


NORKH FLORIDA UNCOLNM ERCUIRY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100 KEN CHANCEY SUZUKI

GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY 1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000 CITY SUZUKI
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TOYOTA SEQUOIA
Z '07. Like new, black
tan, DVD. $34,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE -

TOYOTA TACOMA '96
Extended cab, 5spd, 4x4, --
$6k. 904-699-6331/714-4550 -

TOYOTA TUNDRA '05
access Cab, TRD pack-
age, 34K miles, hard
tonneau cover. $311/mo.
WAC. Call 899-5853

Toyota Tundra, '04, 28,000
miles Excelles, Excellent condi-
tion, Call Tim A.t,.,
904-343-9047

TOYOTA TUNDRA ACCESS
CAB '05 limited edition, TRDe.
pkg, 32k mi warr. $22,988,
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 3714877 ..

, TOYOTA TACOMA"-'
2006, Factory War.,
t ranties, 4-cyl, 5-spnd ,
keyless entry, bed,_
liner, SR-J Package,.
Mint condition, J800
miles, asking $16,800."'
904-814-4026


TOYOTA TACOMg,,-
'04 CREW CAB --
SR5 V6. $18,980-r
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE--




CHEVY VENTURE LS '05 ,.
4dr, rear A/C, bucket seats-,,,.
power door, great value $99869,
TOM BUSH MINI
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877.

C ISUZU RODEO '04-.
Only 19,000 miles;'--
fully equip. $13,990-.-
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE-"




Honda Accord EX 1995,""
$1000.00, runs well, no
AC. metallic blue.
904-468-0011





Gull Wing Truck
Tool Box, lockable,
aluminum diamond
plated, fits full size.
Call for information.
912-467-3708. $200

New tires on Ford
F150 Rims Toyo
Proxes S/T
275/70R16. Must
Sell! $400. Dana 887-4624


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600



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895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
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