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Looking Ahead
MPR Community Challenges And Changes
Page 4


Germany
A 10-Day Trek
Pages 6-7


THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 2007


Kids Run
YAC Participates In National Event
Page 9


www.jaxairnews.com


NAS Jax



honors



Sailors of



the Quarter


By MC2 (A W/NAC)
Lynn Friant
Staff Writer
AS Jacksonville
recognized the
most recent Sailors
of the Quarter (SOQ) at a
luncheon at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club July 30.
CMDCM(SW) Ceroma Love,
command master chief
(CMC) of Navy Operational
Support Center (NOSC)
Jax, served as guest speak-
er during the luncheon.
NAS Jax Command
Master Chief CMDCM(SW)
Chris Green introduced
CMDCM (SW) Love to the
podium. "Good afternoon
and welcome to the lun-
cheon to honor our Sailors
of the Quarter today. I am
truly humbled to introduce
one of the finest Sailors
NAS Jax has to offer."
Love began on a serious
note, describing the theme


Photos by MC2 (AW/NAC) Lynn Friant
Sailor of the Quarter
Luncheon guest speaker
CMDCM(SW) Ceroma Love,
command master chief of
Navy Operational Support
Center Command, praises
the Sailors recognized dur-
ing the event at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club July 31.
of his speech. "Over four
years ago the war in Iraq
began. War is just a part
of this country's continuing


NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson presents
HM1 (FMF/DV/PJ) John Navarro of Naval Hospital Jacksonville
with his award envelope at the luncheon.

For a list of command Sailors
of the Quarter, see Page 16


efforts to keep us free and
safe. The actions of others
throughout the world have
made it so we can no longer
stand idly by while vari-
ous groups try force oth-
ers to their way of life," he
said. "The basic values that
our country was founded
on reside in the fact that
everyone, not just this, coun-
try's citizens, but around
the world, have the right
to choose how they wish to
live their lives."
"We are ready for the
challenge and no time
since the history of the
Navy has there ever been
a more flexible fighting
force than today's Navy. We

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still maintain the strongest
Navy to ever set sail. We
have the skills to go wher-
ever we are needed, in any
environment, at any risk, to
get the job done," continued
Love. "But none of this is
as important than what is
in this room. There is no
greater asset to our Navy
than its people. Our Sailors
are the best trained, best
equipped Sailors the world
has ever known."
"You have worked very
hard and deserve the right
to be called leaders. Not the
leaders of tomorrow, but the
leaders of today," he added.

See SOQ, Page 16


Don't trash Jacksonville


NavHosp Jax adopts a highway

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs


Naval Hospital Jacksonville's
Security Department has
spearheaded a volunteer
Adopt-A-Highway project, taking on
clean up of a stretch of 103rd Street,
near Chaffee Road.
Hospital Security Leading Chief
Petty Officer MAC Chad Stich chal-
lenged his security personnel to get
behind a volunteer program to ben-
efit the community. They settled on
participating in the state's Adopt-A-
Highway program. Stich said, "The
members of my department felt that
the Navy is part of the community
and that they should do their part to
help keep the environment clean and
to be good neighbors."
SH3 Stephen Robinson, who is


CS2 Ceciliao Innis, CS2 Sonny Lalatag
and SH2 Jeremy Banks stuff a bag with
litter for pick-up.


Photos by HN Leeann Lowman
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Adopt-A-Highway volunteers, (front row, left to right)
PC3 Daryl Denhoed, CS2 Sonny Lalatag and CS3 Julie Marsh. (Back row) CS2
Roosevelt Overton, CS1 Kenny Johnson, SHCS Gary Sleeseman, SH2 Jeremy Banks,
CS2 Ceciliao Inniss, MA1 Tom Mace, MAC Chad Stich.


Adopt-A-Highway volunteers from the
Naval Hospital Jax Security Department
walk down a grassy lot cleaning up
debris during the July kick off of the
hospital's Adopt-A-Highway program.
now serving at NS Guantanamo Bay,
Cuba, took the ball and ran with it. He
laid the groundwork, making initial
contacts with the Florida Department
of Transportation to adopt the road-
way and to secure appropriate signage
designating the area as adopted by
the hospital. The Security Department
pulled in co-workers from through-
out the Director for Administration's


Departments for the initial cleanup
date, July 12. Stich said the project
could be opened to all hospital volun-
teers in future cleanup.
Nine hospital volunteers helped
pick up trash on July 12. They picked
up 19 bags of trash, totaling 250
pounds. They found seven tires, one
large sign and four 30-foot lengths of
PVC tubing. These items were placed
on the side of the road at a pre-desig-
nated pick-up site for Department of
Transportation crews.
The next cleanup day is scheduled
for Aug. 23. For information on volun-
teering with the Naval Hospital Jax
Security Department, volunteers can
call Stich at 542-9675 or e-mail chad.
stich@med.navy.mil. Stich is also
happy to provide information to other
commands or departments on how to
adopt a highway.


Capt. Chip Dobson


CO retires


tomorrow after


27 years service

By Kaylee LaRocque
E d;ior


TNAS Jax Commanding Officer (.CO) Capt. Chip
Dobson will retire tomorrow during a change
of command and retirement ceremony at 10
a.m. in Hangar 117. During the ceremony, Capt. John
Scorby Jr. will assume command of NAS Jacksonville.
Rear Adm. Hugo Blackwood. vice commander, Navy
Region Southeast, will be the guest speaker.
Dobson assumed command of NAS Jacksonville in
May 2004. During his 27 years in the Navy. Dobson
has seen the world and worked in a variety of different
jobs.
"I can honestly say, I've never had a bad tour in the
Navy. Some were more exciting and more enjoyable
than others. I did two tours in Washington, D.C., and
worked in the Pentagon during each of them. While
it was not like being in a squadron and flying, it
was rewarding and I gained a tremendous amount of
knowledge working there," remarked Dobson.
"But, I think my two most memorable tours are my
first squadron tour in HS-11 because that's really what,
it's all about - being at sea and flying from an aircraft
carrier. It was a great squadron, I learned a tremen-
dous amount about being a naval officer and a naval
aviator and I made lifelong friends," he continued.
"I would also say that this tour has been a great and
rewarding assignment. This is the job that I wanted
at this point in my career. When I left the CO position
of HS-3 in 1999, I decided I wanted to be CO of NAS
Jax and was lucky enough to get this job. That's what
I set my sights on and it completely eclipsed any of my
expectations," said Dobson.
"NAS Jax is poised and the people here have been
preparing it to become a premier installation for the
21st Century. We are building two new hangars, there
is new growth coming in and the base will soon see the
new P-8 aircraft and H-60 Romeo helicopters," Dobson
stated. "The engineering operations center to sup-
port the growth at Naval Facility Southeast is under
construction. We will open the new youth center and
a new facility to support the surface rescue swimmer
school in a few months. Our Navy family housing will
transition to a public-private venture Oct. 1."
"We are also making upgrades to Hangar 1000 to
make it a better place to work," Dobson added. "We
have demolished a lot of old buildings and converted
others to new and better uses. We built a new golf
clubhouse and rebuilt much of the base marina. This
has been our theme of the past three years. We've been
working these issues, setting things up and getting
prepared for all this."
"However not all of our efforts have been focused on
future building and new missions," Dobson said.
See DOBSON, Page 17


Command Financial Specialist training slated
The next Command Financial Specialist training will be
held Aug. 27-31. This workshop is designed to educate
senior personnel on how to conduct financial counseling
and education.


Attendees must be highly motivated, financially stable and
have 12 months remaining at their current command following
,: completion of the workshop.
For more information, contact Rufus Bundrige at 542-2766,
Ext. 132 or email rufus.bundrige.ctr@navy.mil.
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Looking back in time...


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ON THE HOMEFRONT


Hey, MoneyMan!
I recently attended a
command brief and some-
one gave us some ideas
about how to save for the
future. He said it was easy
and gave us a handout with
three or four steps to use in
trying to get ahead. I have
lost my handout and I was
wondering if you had any
information on how I can
get my finances in order. I
am clueless!
MoneyMan Sez:
Planning for your finan-
cial security is not easy!
You can find plenty of
information on how to get
ahead; however, there is no
"one shoe fits all" answer.
It is always a good idea to
talk to two or three people
before deciding on a specific
financial course of action
and make sure the plan you
choose fits your needs. The
handout you asked about
may be the "Money Matters
and Common Sense" list
that is provided by the local
Navy and Marine Corps
Relief Society office. Here
is that handout:
Money Matters and
Common Sense
Three easy steps to finan-
cial security:
1. Set your goals. Write
them down.
2. Get out of debt.
3. Save and invest.
Ten steps to financial
disaster:
1. Using credit cards.
Credit cards make spend-

Teen driving


ing money that you don't
have easy and tempting. If
you do use credit cards, pay
the balance off in full every
month.
2. Making minimum
monthly payments. You
will never get your credit
card debt paid off if you
keep charging and make
only the minimum monthly
payment.
3. Taking out expensive car
loans.
4. Bending to peer pres-
sure.
5. Spending to feel good.
6. Becoming addicted to
spending.
7. Trying to keep current.
8. Ignoring your financial
goals when buying.
9. Wanting only the best
for your children. Better
to pass on sound judgment
and wise thriftiness than
the worship of material
goods. The best thing you
can "spend" for your chil-
dren is time with them.
10. Thinking money can
buy happiness.
Live within your means.
Only three steps needed:
1. Spend less than you
earn.
2. Save what you do not
spend.
3. Invest what you save.
Start now! The earlier you
begin to save, the larger
your nest egg will grow.
If you have not started yet,
do it now!
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.

class offered


The U.S. military: keeping



me healthy and happy


S:By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor

Take 100 mg of Zoloft, an anti-
depressant, every morning.
.... LPerhaps that is more than you
wanted to know. Or maybe it is exact-
ly what someone out there needed to
hear. Despite the stigma surrounding
anti-depressants, no thanks to Tom
'Cruise, I wouldn't start my day with-
out them.
If you are covering your mouth now
and saying, "this is too much informa-
tion," consider how you would feel if
I told you that I take blood pressure
medication or insulin? (I don't.) Would
.you gasp? Would you ask yourself,
"Why is she telling us this?" Would
you judge?
Probably not.
I began taking Zoloft almost seven
years ago when I was suffering from a
very bad case of post-partum depres-
sion. When I say "post-partum depres-
sion," I don't just mean that I was
weepy and apprehensive. I mean that
I was lying on the floor like a rag
doll, crying for my mom to take care
of the baby. I had even stopped eat-
ing chocolate chip cookies (a very bad
sign). It didn't help that my husband,
Dustin, was about to leave for his first
six-month deployment.
" So in this way, Zoloft was a
Godsend. A miracle. A wonder drug.
An order from my doctor. I think his
'-- exact words were, "You need to get
-a grip on yourself," which is a whole
other story because obviously that
was not the best approach.
In any case, I started taking Zoloft


and Dustin in turn learned that he is
a very big fan of the drug. No longer
was I crying at Dove soap commer-
cials or the fact that Dustin bought 1
percent milk instead of skim. Dustin
could leave for his deployment with a
little less concern for me.
I've been taking Zoloft ever since.
Yes, even through two subsequent
pregnancies, and all three of my chil-
dren are fine (unless you take into
account the fact that one of them
wears red briefs on the outside of his
pants to look more like Superman and
one is proud to be called "Toot Master
General").
The first time I was without Zoloft
was last month when I was on vaca-
tion and my prescription ran out.
Because I've been a military depen-
dent my entire life, I have a child's
understanding of medical insurance.
I've always simply arrived at the hos-
pital, given them my social security
number, and "magically" was cared
for. Same thing with medicine, I go
to the pharmacy window, hand them
my identification card, and presto, a
brown bag is handed across the coun-
ter. There is no money involved. No
paperwork. No questions.
So you can imagine my confusion
when I went to Eckerd and asked for
a few pills, enough to get me home,
and the whole thing turned into a
hoop-jumping, paper-shuffling ordeal.
"Your insurance won't pay for that,"
they said. "The Navy hospital will
have to call us. We're not sure if they
can call in a prescription out-of-state.


You might have
TRICARE."


MEET R SILDR . . .
ABE2 ROBERT LAMOTHE

Job title/command:
Air Ops T-Line


Hometown: Springfield.



Family Life: Manied \\ith no
kids.

Past Duty Stations: uss Kiiu\ Ha\\k. LISS
Theodore Roose\ell

Career Plans: To 11nish .0hore dut\ and be-
come a profes,,;ional gaoller.

Most Interesting Experience: Li ,nI in
Japan.

Words of Wisdom: Go Na\\!


to get in touch with


I stood there confused. "But don't
I just show you this [holding up ID
card], and you give me my medicine?"
Turns out it doesn't work that way
on the outside. There is paperwork,
phone calls, and....money?
"Fine, I'll just buy a month's supply
outright," I told the civilian pharma-
cist. "Forget insurance and whatnot,
just give me my Zoloft."
"Sure, that will be $107," he said.
Gulp.
I couldn't afford that, so I bought
three pills, enough to get me to the
safety of my military surroundings,
and it took all the cash I had in my
wallet.
Walking out of Eckerds, I had
renewed appreciation for the military
and my healthcare. Just as a child
seldom understands the sacrifices of
their parent, I never realized that the
military has spent $107 on me every
month for six years.
I've never had to pay a thing (except
that my active-duty husband has been
gone much of that time, I've spent
anniversaries and birthdays alone
and I've worried many nights that
Dustin would not come home alive.
"Payment" is such a relative thing.).
The United States military, keeping yours
truly healthy and happy for going on 31
years! I am both humbled and grateful.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


The NAS Jax Safety is. offering a summer teen driver
improvement class Aug. 14 from 7:30 a.m. to noon in
Building 1, Room 128. This class is specifically for
active duty family members, young drivers between the
age of 15 and 20 years old. This class offers safety tips,
how to respond to driving emergencies, brings awareness
to risks of driving and much more. There will be videos,
chapter quizzes and a test. There will not be any time
behind the wheel, only classroom session.
Statistically, new drivers are more likely to be involved
in an accident or receive a ticket within the first 12
months of getting a drivers license.
If you feel your teen can benefit from this class, call
Linda at 542-3082 to sign them up.
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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. Steve Holmes
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............................................... AO1 (AW) Ron McClain
Staff W riter................................................... MC2(AW/NAC Lynn Friant
Design/Layout ...............................................................George Atchley
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tary Services. Contents of the JAX AIR NIWS do not necessarily reflect the
official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department
of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appearance of advertis-
ing in this publication, including inserts or supplements, does not consti-
tute endorsement by the Department of Defense, or The Florida Times-
Union, of the products and services advertised. Everything advertised in
the publication shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage
without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital
status, physical handicap, political affiliation or any other non-merit fac-
tor of the purchaser, user or patron. If a violation or refraction of this
equal opportunity policy by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher
shall refuse to print advertising from that source until the violation is
corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The Jax AI NMws can be reached at
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write the lAl NEWms, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
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Nd


HEY MONEYMAN!


File photo
WAVE aviation metalsmiths at work on an SBD "Dauntless" in the Assembly and Repair Department at NAS Jacksonville
on July 24, 1943.


- -: . -
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MEET R CVILRN...

TRACEY WILLIS

f 1 Job title/command:
1" NAS Ja\ Administratie
Department
I nt.^K~


Hometown: Bronx. N.Y.


Family Life: Married %\ ith a dog and cat.

Past Duty Stations: Yokosuka. Japan

Career Plans: To be succeful \\ ith my home-
based tra\ el business.

Most Interesting Experience: Being a
Nai \ i'e.


Words of Wisdom: Each dai\ i a
\\h\ it's called the present.


--


gilt. That's







JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, August 9, 2007 3


Lean Six Sigma: Everyone's

on the team, everyone plays!
From CNRSE
Lean Six Sigma (LSS) is a priority for not just
leadership, but everyone on the Navy Region
Southeast team, because everyone benefits
from the improvements LSS can make. Deputy
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm.
Hugh Blackwood, is using his extensive civilian back-
ground in project management to lead Navy Region
Southeast into a new world of improved processes
and overall efficiency.
When not serving as the deputy command-
er of Region Southeast, Blackwood is a Corporate
Reliability and Maintenance Manager for Primary
Metals at ALCOA, the world's largest producer of alu-
minum and aluminum products.
Employing 140,000 people, ALCOA's overarching
structure is not unlike the Navy's. New initiatives
usually start at the top. What upper management
often perceives as good ideas, often fail to affect orga-
nizational change, for a variety of reasons. People at
the "floor level" often don't benefit from management's
ideas and initiatives because said ideas can be:
* Poorly communicated
* Not well understood
* Not visibly supported
That is where LSS enters in. LSS's process of team-
building and communication helps enable us to better
utilize all internal resources to achieve the maximum
efficiency.
With LSS, organizations learn to "lead from the top,
work from the bottom."
What does this mean for Navy Region Southeast?
Those in leadership positions must provide not just the
training but the time. The actual work -investigation,
discovery, improvement on processes -doesn't hap-
pen in meetings. The actual work is often done outside
team meetings. This way, team meetings become more
decision based rather than just informational.
So, what must leadership do to make LSS work? It's
simple, devote time for the team members to work in a
team environment. They have to work as a team, not
merely attend team meetings.
The LSS expectation created by leadership is that
Navy Region Southeast will use industry standards
to save money by improving business processes. This
won't happen if the leadership doesn't visibly get
involved and support LSS on a regular basis, to the
extent of weekly interaction. To develop strategies or
roll out business plans, LSS can't be an after thought
but the vehicle by which we develop a strategy or roll
out a plan. LSS is not what Navy Region Southeast is
doing but how work is being done within the region.
It's a tool that can make lasting impressions and sus-
tainable progress if personnel are engaged from the
lowest level on up.
LSS has been a huge success in organizations
where leaders, at every level, support the use of LSS
tools, encourage participation in teams and recognize
results. Wonder why so many organizations fail at
LSS implementation? It's simple-LSS is not an indi-
vidual sport, it's a team sport!


Family to hold rally


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missing son
Davis said he has been contacted by
Vicki Smith, mother of Joshua Smith
Austin Davis Rally" will who disappeared in Jacksonville seven
d Saturday at 1 p.m. at years ago, and expects her to attend
hurch of Argyle, 6823 the rally and offer support and make
it Boulevard, to bolster others aware of other Jacksonville
ate the missing 26-year- missing loved ones.
ille man, last seen June During the past several weeks,
7's westside. Davis said there have been encour-
here will be a good turn aged by reports from several people
s who will later fan out who believe they have seen his son
stin's flyer in different but so far he has not been located.
east Florida and recruit Based on recent reports, Austin has
rch of the High Springs, been observed in the High Springs
Sunday," said Jim Davis, and Fort White communities.
er. For more information, call 777-9989.


Michael Austin Davis


Rescue swimmer proves age not a factor
By AWCS(AW/NAC) Bruce Kane
Rescue Swimmer School
Leading Chief Petty Officer


n an effort to challenge his men-
tal and physical fitness abilities,
49-year-old Alan Finger, a mem-
ber of the Military Sealift Command,
decided to sign up for the Navy's
four-week Initial Surface Rescue
Swimmer course at the NAS Jax.


Alan Finger gives the thumbs-up to let the instructor know he's secured his victim
and he's ready to be hoisted up during rescue swimmer qualifications. Finger, 49,
graduated from the four-week Initial Surface Rescue Swimmer course July 27.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Alan Finger of Military Sealift Command
is lowered into the water at the indoor
pool to complete his rescue swimmer
qualifications July 26.


"I really enjoy being physically fit
and the challenges it brings and I
thought this would be a great job to
have. It was definitely challenging,
but failure was not an option for me,"
said Finger.
Finger joined the Military Sealift
Command in April and says he's look-
ing forward to a career reflective of
his previously successful 23-year
career as a former U.S. Naval Supply


Corps Officer.
"This is a job for someone who genu-
inely wants to help others, has a self-
less demeanor and the desire to keep
physically fit," Finger advises future
rescue swimmer candidates.
After completing all the qualifica-
tions for the course, Finger graduated
from the Helicopter Maritime Strike
Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet Rescue
Swimmer School July 27.


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Beautiful and quaint community with wooded and lakefront
homesites. Convenient to shopping, dining and highly rated
schools. Limited number of homesites. No CDD fees.
Approx. 16 ml. to NAS Jacksonville,


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From the $160s
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Choose from 9 floor plans with 2- and 3-car garages. Located near
the new shopping centers of Fleming Island and Orange Park.
Wooded preserve and lakefront homesites are available.
Approx. 16 ml. to NAS Jacksonville.


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NAVFAC SE CO receives accolades


Photo courtesy of NAVFAC SE
Incoming SAME Jacksonville Post President Capt. Michael Blount, left, accepts the gavel from outgoing Post
President Tom Fallin, signifying his official beginning as president. Blount is the Commanding Officer for Naval
Facilities Engineering Command Southeast.

Maritime patrol and reconnaissance force looks to the f


By Sue Brink
NAVFAC SE Public Affairs Officer
Naval Facilities Engineer-
ing Command (NAVFAC)
Southeast Commanding
Officer Capt. Michael Blount was
named incoming Jacksonville
Post Society of American Military
Engineers (SAME) President
July 27 at the SAME installa-
tion meeting and was awarded
Engineer of the Year for his
exceptional service over the past
year.
"I am honored to represent the
Jacksonville Post SAME," said
Blount. "This is a great organi-
zation that provides our junior
officers and engineering profes-
sionals educational and mentor-
ing opportunities."
Blount encourages all of
the NAVFAC Southeast Civil
Engineer Corp Officers and civil-
ian engineers to participate in
their local Post.
"We participate in several
events each year that encourage
young high school students to
study engineering," said Blount, a
native of Jacksonville Beach.
"We judge students' science
projects at the local science fair


here and also participate in
the Army Corps of Engineering
Career Day Fair."
As the commanding officer,
Blount oversees the corporate
operations of NAVFAC Southeast
which currently employees more
than 1,700 civilians, 92 military,
and 132 contractors in seven
states from Charleston, S.C., to
Corpus Christi, Texas, and south
to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The
volume of business for fiscal year
2006 was at $1.5 billion with an
annual payroll of $110 million.
"We are always looking for
good people, and being a part of
SAME provides our professionals
networking opportunities and a
means of exchanging new tech-
nology among other engineering
professionals," said Blount.
NAVFAC Southeast plans,
designs and manages construc-
tion for the Navy and other gov-
ernmental agencies. NAVFAC
Southeast professionals also
acquire and dispose of real estate,
manage and maintain the facili-
ties on all naval bases and pro-
vide housing for military fami-
lies.


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By MC2 Riza Caparros
Fleet Public Affairs Center Atlantic
East and west coast
senior leadership
from the maritime
patrol reconnaissance force
gathered for a three-day
conference at NS Norfolk,
Va., July 23-26 to gather
information and discuss
challenges and changes in
the community.
Rear Adm. Brian Prindle,
commander, Command
Patrol and Reconnaissance
Group (CPRG), said the
conference was a forum
designed to give a voice to
senior leadership within the
maritime patrol reconnais-
sance force who have con-
cerns involving the changes
in the community.
"Because of all the
demand and change within
our part of the Navy and
within the Navy as a whole,
we felt it was very impor-
tant to pull all our senior
enlisted leaders together,"
said Prindle. "They're the
ones that are on the deck-
plates with our junior
Sailors and understand
that despite all this change,
there is a very stable place
in today's Navy for Sailors
to, change, participate and
go on to have full careers."
Among the conference
speakers was Master Chief
Petty Officer of the Navy
MCPON(SW/FMF) Joe
Campa Jr., who addressed
questions asked by senior
leadership.
"It always feels good to
come back and talk with a
group of chiefs and to get
their feedback, because I
really believe deckplate
leadership is the type of
leadership that connects
us with our people," said'
Campa. "It should offer our
Sailors a level of comfort in
what they can expect from
our senior enlisted leaders."
One topic of the confer-
ence was the realigning of
the aviation maintenance
organization that comes
with the introduction of the
P-8 Poseidon to the fleet in
2009.
The Poseidon, formally
the multi-mission mari-
time aircraft or MMA, will
replace the P-3 Orion. The
Poseidon is designed to
operate in conjunction with
the broad area maritime
surveillance unmanned
aerial vehicle and assist in
providing maritime intel-
ligence, surveillance, and
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will realign and become more
efficient and ultimately more
cost effective for the Navy.
The P-3 is presently
scheduled to remain active
until 2020. With both the P-
3 and the Poseidon active in
the fleet, aviation maintain-
ers' roles will increase.
"Enlisted aircrewman and
flight technicians for the P-
3 will continue to have an
important role for many,
many more years," added
Prindle. "The concern for
when we start phasing out
the P-3s will be answered,
because there will be oppor-
tunities for these Sailors to
transition to other aircrew
responsibilities. Sailors
who go through a perform
Sto serve process, chang-
ing rates from one that is
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undermanned we're going
to provide the same oppor-
tunities for them to move
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Strong and was used as a performance-house. It features magnificent baroque buildings and a courtyard with numerous fountains and gardens.


titary resort Bavaria

caters to
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and families

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor -
L ast month, my son, Dane, and I had the opportunity
to spend 10 days touring Germany and visiting our
relatives. If you have never been to this beautiful .
country and, ever have the chance to go, make sure youo.
include the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort in your plans.
This military resort, located in the Bavarian Alps in
Garmisch, Germany, was built to specifically cater to mil-
itary families and allow them some rest and relaxation in
a storybook setting (see Page 13 for more on the Lodge). .
Our journey began with a 13-hour flight from . t*
Jacksonville to Philadelphia and on to Munich, Germany.
After another short flight to Bremen, Germany, we
arrived, minus Dane's suitcase, and were greeted by my
aunt and cousin. We happily picked up our rental car.
I was a little intimidated about driving, so my cousin,
Nicole, took.the wheel. Our first two days were spent in the
.. .- . . city of Cloppenburg
.....-.-with family mem-
bers. After buying
several new and
-_ .-, "much warmer outfits
because the weatheroutfits Neuschwanstein Castle, also known as "the Disney Castle," was inspired by Bavarian King Ludwig II. As construction contin-
bewas chilly and r ed in the 1860s, the project was deemed too difficult on the mountain site and was never finished. Today, the castle is one of
we s ent day at a Europe's top tourist sites.
we spent a day at a
nearby amusement
park and zoo. The
first thing I noticed.. .
here was that there .
are very few safety ,.... .
regulations on the
rides. Most of them,
you just hop on and
. go.
Also, many of the
zoo animals roam in
areas free of cages or
One of the many old churches stands fences. You could lit-
nestled in between newer buildings erally walk up and -' '
in downtown Frankfurt, Germany. pet a hippo or kan-
Much of the city was destroyed after garoo although signs
an allied bombing in 1944 and later tell you not to touch
rebuilt to its original state. the animals. _f-
Our next stop was ' .....---.
downtown for some spaghetti ice cream at one of the many '- zz- ,... .


cafes (yes, it looks just like spaghetti!). We later headedaWw ,j
back to my aunt and uncle's house for a typical German
meal of meats, cheese and bread.
Northern Germany's landscape is very lush with mas- I
sive trees and brick homes. Every house has a well-mani-.
cured garden and someeven have small barnyards. The
streets are immaculate and you won't see a piece of trash Im
anywhere! My only complaint was that the sun stays up77
until 11 p.m., since we were so far north, and the birds
began chirping at 4:30 a.m., when the sun rose. It made
sleeping somewhat difficult.
Our next stop was Dresden, Germany (formerly East
Germany), after a five-hour drive. Once again, Nicole
drove since I wanted to see how she managed the
Autobahn. After checking into our hotel, we hopped on
a bus and train and headed downtown..Thank goodness,
Nicole is German and could read the signs.
Dresden is a remarkable city made up of massive histor-
ic buildings mixed in between new, modern high rises. The
city was almost completely destroyed during World War II.A
and most of the historic buildings are covered in black soot
from the bombings and years of pollution. One of the most popular areas in downtown Frankfurt, Germany the Romerberg, a historical market square, with rowhouses


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of medieval structures originating from the 15th Century. The city was almost completely destroyed in during World War
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was the square was later rebuilt to its original design. Today, the square features numerous shops, cafes and town hall.







JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, August 9, 2007 7
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The historic city of Dresden, Germany is a popular tourist attraction. The city features numerous museums, galleries, cafes,
shopping districts and night life.


The Frauenkirche Church in downtown Dresden, Germany.
The church was destroyed in 1945 and later reconstructed to
its original splendor.


The city of Dresden, Germany, is getting a "new" look as
many of the old historic buildings are being renovated.


Photos 5y,'

X Kay ee


Dane �aR.ocque


The city of Dresden, Germany, features numerous historic buildings amongst newer more modern facilities. The city, which
dates back to 1216, was part of the principality of Saxony and was once one of Europe's most glamorous royal capital cities.
The city was bombed by allied forces in 1945 and destroyed. Under Soviet rule, the city was rebuilt in sub-standard conditions
and many of the historical buildings were neglected. After the German reunification in 1989, conservation of the old buildings
was given priority and Dresden is reclaiming its status as a premier European city.


Statues adorn the many
historic buildings
in downtown Dresden. Many
of the old buildings still wear the
residue from the massive bombing
that destroyed much of the city
in 1945.
The Ettal Abbey in South Bavaria
was founded in 1330 by Emperor
Ludwig the Bavarian. The original
gothic structure was converted
to a baroque church between
1710-26 and restored in 1744
after a fire destroyed the struc-
ture. Numerous tourists visit the
site throughout the year.


Bavaria


Kaylee LaRocque and her son,
Dane, in front of Heidelberg Castle
in Heidelberg, Germany during their
recent visit to Europe. The castle was
built in the early 1200s as a residence.
for the royal dynasty of Electors
Palatine who ruled the German
empire. The castle was later expand-
ed into a fortress in 1508 to prevent
attacks from neighboring enemies.
The castle was heavily damaged dur-
ing the Thirty Year War (1618-48) and
was destroyed by France in 1693.


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8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, August 9, 2007


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Are you 'good' to go?


By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel


The Sunday school lesson was about
being good. The teacher had been illus-
trating different concepts of what it
means to be "good" to a group of 8 to 10-year-
old children.
She thought she was at that moment to
test the class (the teachable moment). The


teacher proceeded to say to the chil-
dren, "suppose you walk down the
street and find a purse containing
$10,000. What will you do?" The chil-
dren looked wide-eyed at each other.
Finally, one child spoke, "If it belongs
to a poor family, I'll return it!"
It appears that the definition of
"goodness" can change from person


is also practical. That is, the good avoids the
bad.
The good will not walk in the council of
the "ungodly." To "walk" is to order your life
according to a plan, a precept or a person.
It becomes the daily expression of your life.
Therefore happy (blessed) is the person who
will avoid the places not conducive to whole-
some living and high thinking. To whom do
we listen? Who are the dominant influences


Chaplain (Lt.)
Jose Molina


to person. What is good for one may not be
an adequate definition for another. However,
I would suggest that becoming "good" in the
purest form is one of the great desires in our
lives. I believe that we want to be good and
experience it in its fullest expression.
"He's a good man" is a common expression.
But, what do we mean? After all, how "good"
am I? At my funeral will people walk past
my casket and exclaim, "He was a good man."
How will they mean it? I mean, how really
good are we?
To start answering this question we must
determine the difference between our indi-
vidual concepts of goodness and an absolute
standard of goodness. The Jews of antiquity
resolved the dilemma by singing about it.
They would access an ancient song that has
been passed down to us over the centuries.
We don't know what the music sounded-like
but we do have the words: ,
"Blessed is the man who walks not in the
counsel of the ungodly,
Nor stands in the path of sinners,
Nor sits in the seat of the scornful;
But his delight is in the law of the Lord,
And in his Law he meditates day and
night."(Psalm 1:1-2)
I imagine that it must have been a catchy
tune. Indeed, it was popular enough to be
repeatedly sung and passed down generation
to generation. The words constitute a godly
definition of what it means to live the "good"
life. Its poetic construction is descriptive of
those that have discovered the "good." Notice
that it has nothing to do with how many toys
we own but has everything to do with devel-
oping a moral heart and wise discernment.
Like all popular tunes its message is simple
to understand. Its application to personal life .


in our lives? The advice is compel-
lingly clear. It links our happiness
to the good council of those who walk
in the proper paths and excludes the
council of those who do not.
The good will not stand in the way
of sinners. To "stand" is to adopt the
lifestyle of another. In this case it is
adopting those patterns that make


us insensitive to immoral ideas that in time
become socially acceptable. If we don't stand
in the way of sinners then I'm moving in the
direction of God. We will be happier (blessed)
in life if we don't station ourselves with those
who will dull our spiritual awareness.
The good will not assume the posture of the
scornful. Scornful living is the seat of arro-
gance and pride. It is an attitude of the spirit
that leads us to be mocking, cynical and con-
temptuous of God and others. Scoffers are
un-teachable not because they're dumb. The
arrogant are un-teachable because they have
resolved in their hearts to be their own god!
The good will avoid these practices because
the song doesn't end there. To be sure, the
song is accompanied by a promise for those
wise enough to apply its good advice:
"He (she) shall be like a tree
Planted by the rivers of water,
That brings forth its fruit in its season,
Whose Leaf also shall not wither;
And whatever he (she) does shall
prosper."(Psalm 1:3)
Now, I like this tune! Billy Graham's
delightful illustration sheds further light. It's
the story of an old Eskimo who had trained
two dogs to fight each other on his command.
The Eskimo would take bets and would
always win. People demanded to know how
he always knew the winning dog. He always
foreknew the winning dog because he would
feed one dog and starve the other. Moral of
the story, "the dog I feed wins." It's a matter
of choice.
The bottom line is that the "good" is a mat-
ter of personal choice. I can choose "the way"
or not. I can choose to delight in God's good
favor or not.


Multi-cultural Awareness Fair is Aug.


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:
* Wide variety of cultural exhibits
* Free food samples from various cul-
tures
* Musical entertainment
* Car show with awards for custom, clas-
sic-stock
Building on the success of previous year's
fairs, all tenant commands and activities
are encouraged to join in on the celebration
by sponsoring a country or ethnic group of
their choice. Commands desiring to partici-
pate in the booth exhibits and representing
a country or culture can display historic
facts, points of interest and cultural relat-

Reminder...


23


ed items.
Booths will be comprised of tables and
tents, provided by the Multi-cultural
Awareness Committee and all other mate-
rials must be appropriated by entrants.
Entrants cannot represent the same coun-
try or culture of another group and the
MCAC will set locations for exhibits. A
booth can only be represented by a single
command. Multiple entries per command
are authorized (i.e. different work centers
same command).
Prizes will be awarded for top three
presentations. Judges will be randomly
selected from -the crowd. Criteria to be.-
judged will include creativity, informatiGioao
displayed, overall presentation and knowlT-
edge of culture by exhibit presenters.
For more information and to register, caHll-
AT1(AW/SW) Terrence Rivers at 542-073.T
Ext. 387 or email: terrence.j.rivers@navy7:Z
mil or EMC(SW/AW) Benjamin Farrie a6',
542-0736, Ext. 369 or email: benjamin.fa-"
rie@navy.mil. --
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All employees and visitors aboard NAS Jax are reminded that cell phones including Bluetooths
are not to be used while operating a vehicle. Cell phones may be used when walking, providing it
does not interfere with the rendering of proper military courtesies. Bluetooths are not allowed when
walking while in military uniforms. For more information, seek NAS Jax Instruction 5100.2.


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MWR sponsors annual Kids Run


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor _________________

It was another day of
fun and excitement for
the kids enrolled in
this year's summer camp at
NAS Jacksonville's Youth
Activities Center (YAC),
as' they participated in the
2007 Armed Forces Kids
Run on Aug. 1.
The annual event was
sponsored by the NAS
Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Center
arid Nike.
As the kids arrived for the
event, they were given a T-
shirt, with a number pinned
on the front. As they lined
up at the starting point,
they were broken up into
specific age groups and told
which route to take.
Each of the top three
winners were given fishing
poles for their efforts. After
the run, the kids had some
fun as they were sprayed
with some cool water cour-
tesy of the NAS Jax Fire
Department.
"We are out here today to
promote fitness to the youth
of America and to have
some fun. This event is
held throughout the United
States each year. It's usu-
ally held each May, but we
like to hold it in summer to
allow our children enrolled
in summer camp here to
participate. It allows us to


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cooled off afterwards,"
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Dean.
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kids to get some exercise.
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1. Both received fishing poles
for placing in the event.


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Kirk, 6, come in second and
third in the 5 to 6 age group
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have the fire department
out here to cool them off
and reward them. The kids
love competitions and like
to race, so we enjoy being
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Aloha, shipmates! Pacific Fleet Master
Chief Tom Howard here with the
first in a series of articles addressing
Sailor pride and professionalism.
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm.
Mike Mullen and Master Chief Petty Officer
of the Navy MCPON Joe Campa are taking
us back to the basics and, at the same time,
are helping us look to a future that
I believe, will ensure our place in :
history as the world's finest Navy.
My first few months as fleet mas-
ter chief have enhanced my impres-
sions of the Sailors we have serving
in our Navy today, as you are all
extremely talented in your fields of
expertise. I thank you all for your FLTCM(S'
hard work and dedication. I also Tom Ho
want to challenge each and every
one of you to never stop learning and to open
your minds to the great journey ahead of us.
Let's start this journey by talking about
diversity. You may have heard about diver-
sity throughout the fleet these days, but
what does it mean? Why is it important for
us to learn and to understand diversity?
Why does the Navy need to ensure the pres-
ence of diversity in our ranks? Is it the same
as equal opportunity?
These are all good questions, and I hope
with this short article I can begin to address
them. Remember, though, anytime you have
questions, ask the chief!
I think the following quote taken from
the Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) training
module for diversity says it all:
"The very core of our American democ-
racy is a country founded on the promise of
opportunity for all. The strength of country,
and our Navy, comes from embracing the
individual uniqueness of our people - race,
gender, ethnicity, cultural heritage, tal-
ents, skills, ideas, creativity, age, and much
more." That's the opening passage of the
training found in the general military train-
ing portion of NKO's e-learning site. This
training offers a closer look at the impor-
tance of diversity in the Navy, and I encour-
age everyone to take some time and walk


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through this training.
In simpler terms, diversity is all the differ-
ent characteristics and attributes individual
Sailors and civilians possess that enhance
the mission readiness of our Navy.
"We derive great strength from our ,direr-
asity," the CNO said in an all-hlahds
call at NAS Oceana in Virginia
Beach, Va. "To the degree we pare
not diverse, we are weak."
Diversity is more than just equal
opportunity, race, gender and reli-
gion, shipmates! It is more tlan

just understanding the different
W/AW) skills, talents and experiejices
)ward each of us brings to the fight. For
us to truly embrace diversity,, we
must go beyond understanding our differ-
ences and value them. This will bring about
an environment of excellence as it allows us
to value one another.
To many this may seem similar to equal
opportunity and affirmative action. Such
is not the case, really. Equal employment
opportunity and affirmative action are
focused on changing demographic profiles
and are often imposed and unwelcome.
Diversity, on the other hand, is strategic.
It's focused on environmental readiness
and should be internally driven. Diversity
goes beyond removing barriers for some; it's
about creating opportunity for everyone.
Our nation was built on the promise of
opportunity for all. We as a Navy must build
from this and see the diversity of our people
as a strength, not a weakness. We must
value our differences and recognize.that
this diversity of culture, heritage, skills,
language and experience will only makes us
stronger.
Remember, diversity is our strength. I et's
keep it strong!
Until next time, shipmates, keep upthe
great work! If you have any questions or
comments about this topic, drop me a lmpn at
cpf.fleetfeedback@navy.mil.


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Kids


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say no to drugs'

By MC2(AW/NAC)
Lynn Friant
Staff Writer


Nine Sailors from
Naval Reserve
Readiness Command
(REDCOM) Southeast vis-
ited the NAS Jax Youth
Activities Center July 30
to educate the children
about the importance of
saying "no" to drugs. The
visit, which was part of
the Campaign Drug Free
(CDF) Flagship program
sponsored by Command,
Navy Reserve Force which
challenges kids to be in
charge of their lives and
stay drug free.
The Sailors instructed the
kids by giving pep talks,
role-playing and skits.
"The CDF is a very impor-
tant program that teaches
the young kids that the
choices they make about
drugs will define the rest of
their lives. We hope that by
teaching them to make the
right choices, they will stay
drug free," said PS1(AW)
Kitt Tolliver.
CDF brings together mili-
tary and local community
resources to reduce drug
abuse and provide today's
youth with positive role
models to help them make
positive life choices. The
Navy launched this pro-
gram in November 1992.
"CDF is a Navy-sponsored
program that helps the chil-
dren to understand that you


PS1 (AW) Kitt Tolliver of Navy
Operational Support Center
Jax instructs Kayla Rogers
(left) and Reese Martin what
their roles will be during a
role-playing skit as part of the
Campaign Drug Free presen-
tation at the NAS Jax Youth
Activities Center July 30.
should never take drugs
from a stranger. It teach-
es them to say 'no,'" added
HM1 Rhonda Postell.
The Sailors plan to visit
several local schools within
the community throughout
the year to promote the
program.


PS2(SW/AW) Varsha Styer of Navy Operational Support
Center Jax, teaches the children "The Drug Free Pledge."

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Military resort in northern Germany offers an exclusive getaway


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


The Edelweiss Lodge and Re-
sort in Garmisch, Germany
offers a wide variety of ame-
nities to its military guests.
The resort, which is surrounded
by the Bavarian Alps, features a
huge stone fireplace with a lounge
area, Internet Caf6, three restau-
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area, indoor swimming pool, out-
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casino gaming room, arcade, ATM
machines and a laundry facility.
Guests can also sign up for
daily tours to Munich, Germany,
Innsbruck City, Austria, Dachau
Concentration Camp, the Three
Country Tour, Berchtesgaden
Eagle's Nest and trips to Neusch-
wanstein Castle and Linderhof
Palace built by King Ludwig II
in the 1800s. All tours begin and
end at the front door of the resort.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
The Edelweiss Lodge and Resort is a premier military facility located in
Germany's Bavarian Alps in the Garmisch-Partenkirchen area. It features a
variety of recreational activities for military families including bike rentals,
special tours, fitness center, swimming pool and hot tub, etc.


Each night horse carriages arrive
at the resort to., take guests on a
tour around Garmisch's quaint
streets.
The downtown shopping dis-


trict, a short walk or bike ride
away, features numerous shops
and cafes where visitors can find
Bavarian souvenirs and trea-
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The main level of The Edelweiss
Lodge and Resort.
For those looking to check
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the resort offers such trips as
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Eibsee complete with a boat ride
and walk around the lake, the
Farchant Nature Walk to see the
Kuhflucht Waterfall, Garmisch-
Partenkirchen City Walk to learn
about the history of this alpine city
and the Partnach Gorge Tour for
those who want to do some hiking.


Garmisch offers numerous
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turesque countryside. In spring
and summer, the landscape is lush
and fields of wildflowers cover the
meadows beneath the mountains.
The resort also offers bike rentals
for all ages and has a wide variety
of mountain bikes available.
Guests who need that adrena-
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high adventure activities available
through the resort. Some of these
include white water rafting on the
Inn River in Austria, Europe's lat-
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swimming), kayaking and tandem
paragliding flights off Kreuzeck
Mountain.
The staff at the resort are
extremely courteous and helpful
and made our visit very pleas-
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GERMANy: JAn enjoyable 1o cday vacation away from reality


From Page 6


It almost gives you the feel of being in Batman's Gotham
City. Nearly, every building, street and bridge is somehow
tied to the Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, August
II the Strong, who ruled this area from 1697 to 1706 and
again from 1709 to 1733.
When the Soviets rebuilt the city after the war, they
built mostly concrete, cheap housing complexes which
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and conservation of historic buildings has become a prior-
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restored to its past elegance.
The next day, we again headed back to town and walked
what seemed like 100 miles up and down cobblestone
streets taking in the sites including the Green Vault,
which features an incredible collection of royal treasures;
the armor museum, full of swords and weapons from pre-
vious eras; and a history bus-tour around the city and
outlying suburbs. We ate lunch at one of the many outdoor
cafes overlooking the Elbe River, watching tourists taking
pictures, and the river ferries travel up and down the river.
We then hit the road again heading south, dropping
Nicole at the train station in Nuremberg, Germany, so
she could head back home. After lunch at the train station
(the cleanest train station, I've every seen), Dane and I hit
the road to Garmisch. Driving on the Autobahn was much
easier than expected, although you can only pass on the
left and unless you are continuously driving 180 kilome-
ters/hour, stay out the fast lane! We even survived driving
through downtown Munich which was challenging, through
underground tunnels and trying to follow the signs.
We finally arrived in Garmisch, at the Edelweiss Lodge
and Resort. I truly think it's one of the most beautiful plac-
es I've ever seen. Massive mountains, meadows of wild-
flowers, waterfalls and the typical Bavarian homes, sur-
round the resort. As you walk into the doors of the resort,
the first thing you see is the huge stone fireplace, rocking
chairs and leather couches. We could have easily lived
there forever with all the amenities the resort offered.
After checking in, Dane and I rented bicycles and
rode downtown for some apple strudel and ice cream.
Unfortunately, the lock broke on our bikes and we ended
up walking several miles back to the hotel taking in the
scenery of the local neighborhoods. We then hit the pool
and hot tub and had dinner at the resort.
Of course, one of the most popular tourist attractions
here is Neuschwanstein Castle, one of three castles in the
area built by King Ludwig II. After stopping at the Ettal
Abbey, a beautiful monastery, to take pictures and buy
souvenirs, we drove through the countryside to the castle
in the pouring rain. There are three ways to get to the
castle, horse carriage, bus or walk a very steep 40-minute
climb. We chose the horse carriage. Although the castle
was never finished, the rooms that were are definitely
worth seeing. There is also a magnificent waterfall nearby
that on a nice day is worth the walk.
The next day, we decided to visit the summit of Zugspitz,
Germany's highest mountain. Little did we know it was
going to be quite the excursion. After walking about five
miles to the train station, we hopped on two different
trains (going straight up the side of the mountain) before
we made it to the halfway mark. A cable car took us to
the summit, which overlooks Lake Eibsee and numerous
small towns nestled within the Alps. It was like being on

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Six-year-old Dane LaRocque is on top of the world at the
summit of Zugspitz, Germany's highest mountain.


A paraglider maneuvers his position for a perfect landing after
jumping off Kreuzeck Mountain near the Edelweiss Lodge and
Resort, a military resort in Garmisch, Germany. The resort
offers several high adventure activities such as paragliding,
kayaking, white water rafting and canyoning.
top of the world - a cold, snowy world. The cable car took
us back down and we again took two trains back to where
we started. We picked wildflowers on the way back to the
hotel. Later, we again rented bikes and headed to town for
more apple strudel and one last night of swimming in the
resort's pool.
In the morning, we drove through many small towns in
Austria to get on the Autobahn and head to Mannheim to
visit more family members. Arriving in the city, we found
my aunt's apartment. She took us to a park on the Rhine

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A guest house in Garmisch, Germany, shows
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River and to meet our cousins at a restaurant.
The next day, our cousins took us to tour Heidelberg
Castle (again in the rain) which was built in the 1300s arid
later destroyed by the French in 1693. Our tour guide was
extremely knowledgeable about the history of the castle
and made the tour very interesting.
Later that evening, we headed north to Frankfurt,, to
Nicole's house where we spent the night before heading to,
downtown Frankfurt for our last 24 hours before flying
home.
Another cousin, Ingo, spent the day touring the city of
Frankfurt with us, which included a trip to the tallest
bank and building in Germany; a visit to the dinosaur
museum; and a walk through Romerberg, a historic mar-
ket square. That night we had dinner with Ingo and his
wife, Dani.
The next morning, they came and got us and helped us
return the rental car and made sure we got to our termi-
nal for the long flight home and back to reality.


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

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

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

COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for more information.
Theater of Laughter
Free Comedy Show
Monday, 8 p.m.
Open to all hands
Kid's Bingo
Saturday
Doors open at 11 a.m., game starts at noon
$15 per child, includes lunch and bingo
cards

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
I"R i" 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

F 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
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!

2008 Entertainment Books
Now on sale at ITT
$20 each plus free two-week membership
for "Entertainment on Vacation"

Daytona 500 Tickets on sale
Aug. 15 at 9 a.m.
DePalma and Keech Box $152
Super stretch (rows 1-20) $90
Super stretch Tower (rows 33-51) $135
NEXTEL Fan Zone $75
Daytona 500 Shuttle available for $12 per
person

Old Town Trolley tickets
Key West, Savannah, St. Augustine,
Boston, San Diego, and Washington, DC.
Check out tours such as the Conch
Train Tour in Key West, Monuments
by Moonlight in Washington, DC or
the Ghosts & Gravestones Tour in St.
Augustine and Savannah.

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 tick-
ets per game per person)
Ride the ITT Jaguar Shuttle for only $10
per game or $80 for all regular home sea-
son games.

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


Brad Paisley Concert
Tomorrow
$40 per person


Tampa Weekend Trip
Busch Gardens & Devil Rays Game
Aug. 17-19
$50 per person includes two nights lodging,
and game admission.
Sailors must use free military voucher to
Busch Gardens

Comedy Zone Trip
Aug. 28
Free

Suns Baseball Game
Aug. 30
Free

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

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Pride (PG)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - Are We Done Yet? (PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. - 300 (R)
Aug. 17, 7 p.m. - The Last Minzy (PG)
Aug. 18, 5 p.m. - TMNT (PG)
Aug. 18, 7 p.m. - Disturbia (PG-13)
Aug. 24, 7 p.m. - Vacancy (R)
Aug. 25, 5 p.m. - Meet the Robinsons (G)
Aug. 25, 7 p.m. - Blades of Glory (PG-13)
Aug. 31, 7 p.m. - In the Land of Women
(PG-13)

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

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Aug. 21 for active duty
Today and Aug. 23 for retirees and
Department of Defense personnel

Family Golf Clinics
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

Video Golf Lesson
Every Wednesday through September
9 a.m. - noon
3-5 p.m.
$25 per person
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.

MWR Powerboat Class
Aug. 25-26
$125 per person

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

DEVELOPMENT
CENTER
Call 542-5529.

Immediate openings starting Aug. 20
For 3 to 5-year-olds.


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Volunteers needed for
From the Fleet and
Family Support Center
M any Sailors have become severe-
ly injured during the war on ter-
rorism and are receiving com-
prehensive and continuous care begin-
ning in the battlefield through a mili-
tary treatment facility and ultimately
by the Veteran's Administration.
Although these facilities do what they
can to assist these Sailors and their fam-
ilies, there are gaps in non-medical treat-
ment within the process. This is par-
ticularly true when Sailors are medically
retired and return to their hometown.
Many if these Sailors could use future
help, advice and assistance. To meet the
needs of our severely injured warriors,
the Navy is initiating the Safe Harbor
Program.


Safe Harbor Program
The Safe Harbor Program is designed
to focus on the non-medical aspects of
treatment for severely injured Sailors
and their families as they migrate
through the various processes of treat-
ment, recuperation, convalescent leave,
etc.
They need assistance with matters
involving their pay, taking advancement
exams, filing claims for insurance, etc.
The Safe Harbor Program will provide
the case management oversight to make
sure each and every Sailor receives the
care and support they need and deserve.
If interested in helping with this new
program, call the Retired Affairs Office
at 542-2766. Ext.126 or stop by the Fleet
and Family Support Center from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.


Volunteers needed for USO Cadillac

Invitational Golf Tournament


From the USO
The Greater Jacksonville Area USO is
hosting its inaugural USO Cadillac
Invitational Golf Tournament Oct.
15 at the Country Club of Orange Park.
This event is one of more than120 qualify-
ing tournaments held across the country.
The winning foursome qualifies to com-
pete in the Cadillac Invitational scheduled
for January at Sawgrass.
The USO is looking for 50 volunteers to
support the logistic needs of this event.


The majority of the volunteers will serve
as escort scorers for the foursomes playing
in the event. Volunteers will be needed
from 9:30 a.m. through 6 p.m. on the day
of the event. Additionally, volunteers will
need to be available for a special train-
ing session the week prior to the event.
Volunteers will be provided with a free T-
shirt and lunch.
Individuals interested in volunteering
should contact K. C. McCarthy at kcmccar-
thy@usoja.com by Sept. 10 to sign up.


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 mea-
sure 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 per-
sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is


required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
tration.
The following workshops are available in
August:
Aug. 14, 9 a.m. - noon - Stress
Management Workshop
Aug. 20-23, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Workshop (retiring)
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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Jacksonville Jaguars tickets



now on sale at the USO


From the USO
t's that time again! As the Jacksonville
Jaguars season approaches, the
Greater Jacksonville Area USO has
released the new rules and sale schedule
regarding the sale of USO Jaguars tick-
ets. You may pick up one of the brochures
at the NAS Jax or Mayport office. You
may also find the brochure on our Web
site, www.usojax.
org, to download,
print and fold for A "
easy reference. J'
Since the
Jacksonville ,
Jaguar inau-
gural season,
the Greater
Jacksonville Area
USO has sold . ,
Jaguars tickets to '
each home game
at minimal cost.
The Jacksonville
Jaguars generos-
ity is not dupli-
cated by any other NFL team. The tickets
are for the express purpose of providing
active duty military personnel and their
families the ability to enjoy an NFL game
at a reasonable price.
This year, the USO is broadening the
ability for commands to purchase bulk tick-
ets for command-sponsored events. Last
year, commands were only authorized to
request 25 tickets to individual games.
This year, there is no restriction on the
number of tickets a command may request.
Specific details on the method of request-
ing command sponsored tickets are includ-
ed in the ticket sale guideline brochure
located on our Web site, www.usojax.org.


Additionally, the USO is lifting the restric-
tion imposed last year which did not allow
single military personnel to take a civilian
guest.
The USO asks for everyone's support
to ensure tickets are not resold to ineli-
gible individuals. This is a good program
and a great opportunity for those current-
ly serving in uniform and their families.
Uniforms are not required for admittance.
Retired military
f se, v'4 4- . personnel, civil ser-
vice personnel and
r civilians are not
J rJ/ authorized entry to
any Jaguars game
through the use of a
b / USO ticket.
The cost of the
USO ticket is $8 per
ticket, regardless
of age. Individual
tickets go on sale
two Mondays prior
to the game, or two
TM Tuesdays prior to
the game if Monday
is a holiday. The NAS Jacksonville USO
will open its doors at 8 am for ticket sales
and the Mayport Center will open its doors
at 9 am for ticket sales as follows:


Game Date
Aug. 30
Sept. 9
Sept. 16
Oct. 14
Oct. 22
Nov. 18
Nov. 25
Dec. 9-
Dec. 23
For more
usojax.org.


Opponent
Redskins
Titans
Falcons
Texans
Colts
Chargers
Bills
Panthers
Raiders
information,


Ticket Sale Date
Aug. 20
Aug. 27
Sept. 4
Oct. 1
Oct. 9
Nov. 5
Nov. 13
Nov. 26
Dec. 10
please visit www.


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14 Spy Mata
15 Continental currency
16 Bay window
17 Sister of Osiris
18 Actress Falco
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22 Rich cake
23 Hawaiian city.
24 Tricky puzzle clue
25 Do cobbling
28 Golda of Israel
30 Coffee server
33 Hodgepodge
34 Like some cereals
35 Get the point
36 Part 2 of quip
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42 What's remaining
43 NBC classic
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45 Cubic meters
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49 Hollywood award
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SAILORS OF THE QUARTER


Commander, Patrol
and Reconnaissance Eleven
Sailor of the Quarter
AW1 Kevin McGrath
IT1(SW) Francisco Parks
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
SK2 Igor Mendal
VP-5
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AW1 Patrick McKenzie
Sailor of the Quarter
AW2 Ryan Bitz
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AT3 Niels Baumgartner
VP-30
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AD1 Rodreck Minor
Sailor of the Quarter
HM2 Travis Salazar
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AE3 Ryan Keller
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AN Charles Jordon
VP-16
Sailor of the Quarter
AW1 (AW/NAC) Curtis Jackson
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
YN2(AW) Pualina Guevarsolorzano
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
ITSN Douglas Greeno
Commander, Helicopter
Sea Combat Wing Atlantic
Sailor of the Quarter
AM1 (AW) Jonathan Kraut
Rescue Swimmer School
Sailor of the Quarter
AW1 (AW/SW) Brian Johnson
Instructor of the Quarter
HMI(NAC) Keith Koerber
Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit Jax
Sailor of the Quarter
AT1 Matthew Haack
Instructor of the Quarter
AM1 Vincent Stolp
Junior Instructor of the Quarter
AT2 Benjamin Jones
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AM2 Eric McDermott
Naval Reserve Readiness
Command Southeast
Sailor of the Quarter
YNi(AW) Dana Axson
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
YN2(SW) Edward Barrientes
Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
Shore
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
ATi Sarah Haynes
Sailor of the Quarter
AZ2 Sarah Williams
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AS3 Timothy Stanislas
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AE3 Marie Gaylord
Sea
Sailor of the Quarter
AT2 Zachary Vollertson
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AM3 Michael Liban
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AE3 Daniel Balbas
Naval Computer and.
Telecommunications Station
Sailor of the Quarter
IT2 Dennis Kimbrough


Junior Sailor of the Quarter
ITSN Chris Matchett
Fleet Area Control and
Surveillance Facility Jacksonville


Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AC1 (AW) Johnny Hill
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
ET2(SW) Love Harris
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
AC3 Adam Kollar
Naval Hnosnital Jacksonnville


Senior Sailor of the Quarter
MA1 Thomas Mace
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
SK2 Imry Campbell
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
HN Rene Lumene
Southeast Region Calibration Center
Sailor of the Quarter
IC1 Manuel Alverez
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
IC2 Jermaine Jackson
Naval Leaal Service Office Southeast


Junior Sailor of the Quarter
MA3 Esther Goodman
Nav O erational Support Center


Sailor of the Quarter
PS1 Christopher McGraw
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
CS2 Datasha Willis
Personnel Support Activity Det Jax
Sailor of the Quarter
PS1 Marcie Ann Farley
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
PS2(SW) Patrick W. Pritchett
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
PS3 Rochelle Morrison
Commander Navy Region Southeast
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
*MA1 Keith Cook
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
OS2 Mollie Keevert
Fleet Aviation Specialized Ops Det Jax
Sailor of the Quarter
AO1 (AW) Stephen Leonard
Naval Branch Health Clinic Jax
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
HM1 Jesus Navarro
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
HM3 Alexis Devalle
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
HNSN Shannon Payne
Supply Department Jax
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
CS1 Cruz Ayala
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
CS3 Anthony Roquealliers
Navy Medicine Support Command
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
1st Quarter - MC1 Jeffrey McDowell
2nd Quarter - PC2 Ebony Anthony
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
1st Quarter - HM3 Gregory Harris
2nd Quarter - HN Amanda Hampson
Consolidated Maintenance Organization
Sailor of the Quarter
AM1(AW) Darryl Gary
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
PR2(AW) Thomas Steffan III
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
SK3 Treesje Drausin
Naval Oceanography ASW Det
Sailor of the Quarter
AW1 (AW/NAC) Jeffrey Hamlin


POW/MIA Recognition observance scheduled


By Staff


NAS Jacksonville
will hold a POW/
MIA Recognition
Observance Sept. 19 at
1 p.m. at the All Saints
Chapel to honor all
Americans who are former
POWs, as well as those
who are still unaccounted
for and their families.
The keynote speaker is
retired Navy Capt. Henry
"Hank" Lesesne. He was


deployed with VA-55 on
board USS Hancock (CV
19) flying the A-4 Skyhawk
when he was shot down
over Hanoi July 11, 1972.
After ejecting, he was cap-
tured and held in Hanoi
for more than nine months
until his release March 28,
1973.
POW/MIA observances
are held nationally and
reaffirm a promise to fallen
comrades, "you are not for-
gotten." Military and civil-


Starting a motorcycle mentorship program

From Staff
A few commands at NAS Jacksonville have started
a motorcycle mentorship program. The U.S. Army
has had a program in place for several years which
has reduced Army members motorcycle fatalities by 28
percent compared to last year.
Senior personnel showing they care about their people,
combined with peer pressure, can have a very large impact
on any safety program.
If you have a motorcycle mentorship program, keep it
alive and well and you will help keep your service mem-
bers alive and well. If you don't have a program, seriously
consider starting one. It could be the difference between
life and death to someone in your command.
For assistance in starting a program or ideas in keeping
your existing program vibrant and active, call Tim Jeror
or Connie Policastro at 542-2584/3332, or e-mail timothy.
jeror@navy.mil and consuelo.policastro.ctr@navy.mil.

Ombudsman basic training slated

From Staff
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 bet-
ter enhance the readiness of Navy families. This course
provides the foundational 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.


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Honorees

looked to for

leadership

From Page 1

"When you go back to your
command, keep in mind
that everyone from the most
senior officer to the most
junior enlisted are looking
to you for leadership. Your
Sailors are looking to you as
someone to follow. Take this
responsibility with pride
and carry it with honor. You
are the leaders of today."
After Love. completed his
speech, guests lined up at
the buffet tables for catfish
and meatloaf. Following
lunch, each of the SOQs
were called to the front of
the room to receive their
award envelope which con-
tained a letter of recogni-
tion, $50 savings bond cour-
tesy of VyStar Credit Union,
a 10 percent gift card from
the Navy Exchange and
two pre-season tickets to a
Jacksonville Jaguars game
courtesy of the USO.
Some randomly selected
Sailors also received tick-
ets for two to the SunCruz


remarked CS2(AW) Datasha
Willis of NOSC.
The CMC's office will
notify all commands of the
upcoming deadlines for next
quarter's SOQ lists via e-
mail.


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2584 SR220 & COLLEGE MDG
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1335 KINGSLEY AVE. OP
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FCCJ fall term registration begins ongoing
From the Navy College Office
Registration for Florida Community College at Jacksonville's 2007 fall term is
ongoing through Aug. 24. The term runs Aug. 27 through Dec. 14.
If you have not been able to get into the class you wanted in the past, we highly
recommend early registration to reserve a seat. Placement testing is required for math
and English courses.
Allow 48 hours for the Navy College Office to process your tuition assistance voucher.
The following list of classes will be held at NAS Jacksonville for the fall Term.


AX AIR NEWS, NAS IACKSONVILLE. Thursday. August 9. 2007 17





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English Composition II W
Humanities in the Americas W
College Algebra T
Elementary Algebra TH
Intermediate Algebra W
Statistics T
Life in Its Biological EnvironmentT/TH
Introduction to Computer ConceptsM/W
Principles of Economics M/W
English Composition I M/W
English Composition II T
Western Civilization:
1589 to Present M
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DOBSON: Staying in Jacksonville after retirement


From Page 1


"We have done a lot of things to provide
better service to the 'fleet, fighter and the
family.' That includes an emphasis on safe
driving, improvements to the galley and
supporting our squadrons and other avia-
tion units that operate from here. There
has also been the opportunity to do some
very rewarding things such as host two air
shows and support FEMA's hurricane relief
efforts in 2004 and 2005."
"We have a great team of people at NAS
Jax. Everyone is extremely dedicated and
they do a tremendous job. We also have a
great environment of cooperation from the
other commands here. One group in par-
ticular I'd like to single out, is the chiefs
community. They look beyond their rates
and commands and come together and rec-
ognize their roles as chiefs and do an out-
standing job. I've never seen a chiefs mess
like the one we have here," stated Dobson.
Dobson has seen numerous changes
within the Navy during his career. "I'm an
aviator. The whole generation of aircraft
has changed over the years. That's signifi-
cant but inevitable and that's progress,"
continued Dobson. "From a people perspec-
tive, I think the Navy has always been
good about recognizing merit but I think
we continue to refine that and are doing
a much better job of training our people. I
think that today our people are better pre-
pared to do what we ask of them."
So what will he miss most about the
Navy? "Definitely the people. There is such
a sense of dedication and mission readi-
ness within the Navy, both active duty and
civilians. We are an all volunteer force and
I think that creates the dynamics of our
whole culture," he stated. "One thing I do
want to stress to those following my path
is to enjoy your career while it's happen-
ing. People are extremely busy these days
with the global war on terrorism. There
are some big challenges out there. Most of
what we do is rewarding and sometimes
you just need to take the time to put it in
perspective and reflect on that. I also think
people should move out of their comfort
zone and take that next step and go for it.
Whether it's off duty education or taking
orders to Japan, do things that may seem a
little intimidating and challenge yourself.
The times I've done that, it ended up being
some of the most rewarding aspects of my
career."
"And, of course it helps to have an


extremely supportive family. I couldn't
have done all this without them," said
Dobson.
Dobson, a native of Media, Pa., gradu-
ated from the University of Delaware with
a Bachelor of Science degree in econom-
ics. He was commissioned after complet-
ing Aviation Officer Candidate School inri
Pensacola, Fla. and was designated a naval
aviator in July 1981.
Upon completion of training in the SH-3
Sea King helicopter, Dobson reported to
NAS Key West, Fla., where he served as a
search and rescue pilot. In June 1984, he
joined HS-11 and completed deployments
to the Mediterranean Sea, Indian Ocean
and North Atlantic aboard USS America
(CV 66). Dobson was then assigned as a
flight instructor at HS-1.
Following a tour as the aide and flag lieu-
tenant to Commander, Fleet Air Western
Pacific at NAF Atsugi, Japan, Dobson
returned to HS-11 and completed two more
Mediterranean/Indian Ocean deployments
aboard USS America (CV 66).
Dobson's next assignment took him to
Washington D.C. where he served as an
assistant to the Deputy Chief of Naval
Operations (Logistics) performing support
and infrastructure assessments. Following
transition training in the H-60 Sea Hawk
helicopter, he served as executive offi-
cer and CO of HS-3 from August 1996 to
January 1999 deploying on board USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67).
After the completion of his squad-
ron command tour, Dobson reported to
Millington, Tenn., as an aviation com-
mander assignments officer in the Navy
Personnel Command. He then attended
the Industrial College of the Armed Forces
at the National Defense University in
Washington D.C. and completed a Master
of Science degree in national resource
strategy. From July 2002 until December
2003, Dobson was assigned to the staff
of the Chief of Naval Operations as the
Installation Operations Branch Head in
the Ashore Readiness Division and, subse-
quently, as director of the Navy Operations
Center in the Operations and Plans
Division.
He and his family will continue to
reside in the Jacksonville area. "There
are some very interesting prospects here.
Jacksonville is a very military friendly city
which makes it one of the premier places
for military members and retirees to live. I
think that's a key element in the quality of
life we have here," he concluded.


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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.
Upcoming softball meetings
A Greybeard Fall Softball meeting will be held Aug.
22 at 11:30 a.m. at the Building 850 conference
room. The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists and command Department of
Defense (DoD) personnel ages 30 and above. A
Captain's Cup Fall Softball meeting will be held at
noon. This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists and command DoD personnel.
A Women's League meeting will be held at 12:30
p.m. and is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists, dependents over 18, retirees
and DoD civilian personnel. 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.
Racquetball tourney planned
A men and women's open racquetball tournament
will be held Aug. 27-31. The tournament is free and
will be played Monday through Friday starting at 5
p.m. at the NAS Jax Gym. The tournament is open
to all NAS Jax authorized men and women over
18 years of age. There is a competitive division,
recreational division and a women's division.,
Awards will be given to the winners of each division.
Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign up by Aug. 22.
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
mbn 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.


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


STANDINGS


Intramural Summer Basketball
Standings As of Aug. 3
Team Wins Losses
VS-22 8 0
Dirty 30 8 3
HS-3 8 3
Naval Hospital 6 5
FRCSE 400 5 6
Mad Foxes 4 8
FRCSE 600 3 9
ATC 1 11

Greybeard Summer Basketball
Standings As of Aug. 3
Team Wins Losses
CNATTU 7 1
NRD 7 1
NCTS 3 4
Hospital Gold 1 5
FRC 2 6

Intramural Summer Golf Liberty
League Standings As of Aug. 3
Team Wins Losses
VP-16 6 0
FRCSE 3 2
CNATTU Gold 3 2
VP-30 O'S 3 3
VP-5 1 2
Air Ops 1 5
VR-58 1 5

Intramural Summer Golf Freedom
League Standings As of Aug. 3
Team Wins Losses Ties
Up & Down 6 0
NATEC 4 1
Navy Band 3 1 1
CNATTU Blue 2 3
Thirty Eagles 2 3 1
SCWS 0 5
SERCC 0 5

Flag Football Standings
As of Aug. 3
Team Wins Losses
VP-5 5 0
VP-30 O'S 5 0
CBMU202 4 1
Weapons 2 1
Naval Hospital 4 2
Brig 3 2
HS-3 3 2
VR-58 3 2
HS-15 1 4
CMO 1 4
HITRON 10 0 4
CNATTU 0 5


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 Westslde 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. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or e-mail Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will hold
their monthly meeting Aug. 18 at 1:30 p.m. at the
Webb-Wesconnett Branch Library, 6887 103rd
St., Jacksonville. For more information, contact
Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.
A VP-4 All Hands Reunion will be held Oct.
12-14 at the Crown Plaza hotel in San Diego.
Contact Bill Broadwell at 619-713-2321 or go to
www.vp4association.com for information on the
reunion.


Poker Run to benefit the USO


JA SPORTS


Registration is $25 per bike, which
includes a T-shirt and food coupon and $10
per rider, which includes a food coupon.
All proceeds from the ride will be donated
to the USO. The last bike out will be at 10
a.m. and last bike will come in at 5 p.m.
After the ride, please stay and enjoy food,
live bands and much more!
For more information regarding the ride
or early registration, call the FRA at 264-
2833.


USO Tri-Base Comedy Tour coming up
From Staff The shows are free of charge and will be
held the following days and times:
egendary Comic Bruce Baum will Aug. 15, 7 p.m. at the NS Mayport CPO
perform at NAS Jacksonville, NS Club
Mayport and NSB Kings Bay. Ga. in Aug. 16, 4 p.m. at Finnegan's Irish Pub
the first Tri-Base USO Comedy Tour.
Baum has an extensive resume includ- at NSB Kings Bay
in- "The Simnsons" (si himself, "Whnose Aug. 17, 6:30 p.m. at The Zone at NAS


Line is it Anyway," "America's Funniest
People" and is a regular on the "Lex &
Terry Morning Show."


For more information, visit www.usojax.
org.


New IA support group available through FFSC


From the Fleet and Family Support Center
An individual augmentee (IA) sup-
port group is being initiated to help
LA families after loved ones deploy.
Families will have an opportunity to get
together with others who are in the same
situation.
They will be able to discuss various
issues, challenges and learn about ser-
vices and programs the Fleet and Family
Support Center has to offer. It is an oppor-
tunity to educate families on issues that
their spouses :may be experiencing overseas
and help families prepare for the transi-
tion that will occur when spouses return
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are provided. This is a combined effort
between FFSC and the Morale, Welfare


and Recreation Department.
The following support group meetings
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Aug. 16, Sept. 6 and 20, Oct. 4 and 18,
Nov. 1 and 15 and Dec. 6 and 20. Meetings
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Families are encouraged to call 542-2766,
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room, large master 1-Argyle-Oakleaf area Call Passion
bedroom sute, walkn GREAT RENTAL 3 2 XL Aps $ I inr t nr De snnt 3/2 gr2t1nk1. yoU LUXURY ROOMS ,ni neeMarinerades teachers to assist 641.5033
closes garden fub, ~rack house + i I oDI S w/Microwave 8 Refrig! -n after school program
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costs tw/o preferred ALL (94 2APARTMENTS p-..i i Fneo,(90 I E:1 ....... I .. , pp
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deep, fenced, garage, TOO SMALL !!! WESTSIDE - All brick, 3 Clay & Associates, Inc.
Townsh ed, laundry rm, sec Quick3/2.5, gafed, CALL FOR INFO IsWESTDO-TMUQUANA FNBR 1 Bf6




















































3no tkil 1700--626- . stO.OFnid MOVE IN SPECAL. $50
St. Johns Manufactured Kins0d- Clayton 2 story, $1200/mo, OME FINDER REALT 1,2, 3br's $42- $550
e16X76, 3/2 GE pies and description 221-1711 or 241-5501 or Oakleaf Plantation- 4/2, + dep. 904-771-3811 E Rsarn



























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Miserlneo t. nee isn o c94br 2,r tC nar o ,o a. i FinancialServices HIRINGPAID DAILY
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SORANGE PARKS 2 : Ap mier provider r armored
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ML 703 1 ist un nr 1o5.,W d W.a r. Bnu i "ecustomer- focused indi- HIRING BONUS
oidur -eil LECONe SINGLE vidual we hire will have No Mandatory Tip Outs
movebin l o new s /925 9 f ,,:$6 d FULL SIZE ECONOe Opp rt exceptional ethics, integ- Wackos 399-1110
A mobile NaHimes. 695-2255 FULL SIZE R & hi-. rity and will be self-
rinoohle *1ORANGE PARK REGENCY INN 725-D93 L $A von Reps needed. motivated. The cam-
oHa- W si d, oNomr. re a "r twnP 5 Pony alsohaes full ben-
St o p P a y i n g e n t ,, ' :m Js 'F L E M I N GIL A NDIp erre nt3oin s at.16 0 5 .l esf i t s p a c k a g e i n c l u d i n g : M i l it a r y p e r s o n n e l
Ne ei the~ * 100 ...... . TOPEN DAILY 9AM-2AM 0-1- 1- .,l. 565-1214.
No Mo ne w - Great opportunity. Matching 401k
No Credit? SELLING YOUR QuarteryProfit Shronated 505,907
S NoPobSw ORTEGA FOREST ORANGE PAtRK04V7ery-7Tuition Reimbursement hours of volunteer
Possible RentT nOP CAsume Old or New OR6NclAuLawn Bus. Equip. /accts. - Paid Vacation service in Northeast
'oaOwnDAve 904h,,1 00653,C in good area. $480 a $47K. NO OWNER FIN. -Time & halfefor 40+ hrs
Cal Dove.904.801.66........DTRE.,3. 9 . . . . .. month.NoLease. er.n.on .GrosrFlorida and Southeast
over $60k/yr 904-887-7003 Qualified candidates wilt Georgia last year
F mB.AVANSANTE4 iScomplete o:
PNEceaeE Call 704-4319 -Successful Polygraph
VHISPERINGPINES- R TW. ,-nerkshareSAFARISCREENSSuccessxulbackground
ir-I ,.,1, . AREA.E.. . .Motorized retractable ivsga o
us .1 i'fo i alt ,DroleIou cr rI,'- .r,. .ous. w screens for any Irg *Drug test/DOT physical
-IIGfor11 .with,',,iPto$400(i alu. - openings. Exclusive " ,
30, 3-o..31 4 1 1 ,r i ties) plus deposit. Fur- area. $60K. 781-7602 'Please apply in person
SOUTHSIDE wished with cable and West 2nd St. For direc-
Centr al" GAL.i,0,r, + dep Cali Phone in room. 612-6646 tions or more informo-
1 Central IGAL ' ...,.,a"Fr e n :,4- . .F alter 25Dm Stion please calIl DANCERS,DOORSTAFF,
Se-.I icFree __Parik'ringII___"' WESTSIDE- Mo yoL1904)353-4331. Brink'sis & BARTENDERS
r $300/mo 6 miles an equal opportunity
TrBachelor & Private Parties Ofrom NAS JAX O employer m/f/h/v.CNEEDED
coiBacelor.r.I i., i A~r~n= - b1 behind post office CALL_757-7NED
TY.M Tde.. ..Blanding Blvd. 1.5, Bad Credit Mortgage
AllsMajor Credit Cards/ATM ha .r ,: miles from 1-295, appli- Loans - We can help DJ, DOORMAN,
WESTSIDE- 4BDrpA ances included, no pets. w/any problem 246-5898 FIRST COAST TKD BARTENDERS,
laml room Ivng C Next To the a do 697-6652 After school program ..WAITSTAFF
room, large master E RNL2Argyle- Oakle- f area Call Passion
closelts, garden tub, or~ck hou,, + i I o LiquorDepot you! w/Microwa.e & Refrig! in after school program_ 641_5033
volume ceilings, inside tO.l. .t, i1. J9'.3 Odp150n ur Low Daiy/Wkly Rates! & summer camp. PT
lencedt10% Off for Wkiy Room! during school yr & FT or Waitstaff,
bLcuntny rrIlitat-y KINGS INN (904) 725-3343 PT during summer.
bc kyardwith.MoGe CLOSE TO HOTELS & STADIUM . ' QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211 Call 778-2348 or send Bartenders, Doorstaff
ter bedrol. Com ve. -I--- * iSTADIUMfirstcoasttaekwondo@hot
nient lo Orange Park. WE BUY TIME-SHARES I.our Communnies -
Built In 2003. l a. ri. rT00,'npr. .uri c, Iu'.' donated U0 i, U0
Priced to sell. Mountains, aes-ss45 hours of volunteer RED TRAIN Tour Driv-
Call for appointment. servihe in NoeWAREHOUSES ers, Sales Assocs. Sat -DRIVER WANTED
senvtce in Northeast 7500sf w/yard and new ary plus incentv, flex NEED MONEY FAST???
Rimoda and SOua east 3 dock doors + 1650sf vided. Museum person- Make as much as you
Office, $850,000. net needed. Appy need Must hovegood
RetreatFTlaste BeachEaston, Sanderson & Co. Ripley's Gift Shop, 19 bockground.493-5250 dfw
BEACH.PONTE VEDRA iier m w n 356-2228aRealtorANDSM904824.,606c rIoEve
ac.mc.i.iL. g. " Effic., 1, 2, & 3 Walk to Ocean, Schools, to community .. L�. IING DFWP
hml s ra i..,"r.. tr Bedrooms Shops, Clubhouse, organiza ons:churc h Commercial/
dJ-c Ir,,, .110 k sale or lease owner tarting at 3 Pools/Balconies, Pnups, youth Private Instruction HomenChild Care.
,oandlureorfueese Ii 35o BrcD,.r 90.aygroun acies ,outJng ST. JOHNS INDUS - Schoolsui.-. dx licensed, 20years
3BR 28"-.s inr a ,fni s .6 #11)51l TRIAL PARK 4800st, Specialty Training/
IL,. 0 m ComeSeriWn-, PALM COAST Rc-duccd AC ofc, 3 ph. pwr. Call Ff ow NASJAX.Col 5 Ana
.u-ue Ctltir. Koinen ,0S 0 uole200 o904 246I0621gow S o573-0879.hBlin-.
Mater BRro, noo block 313 -o- 8-69 900
d.2nlRkloieT.- vm Easyacommuatelo0SItAug SOUTHSIDE . . li r...
nas 00rden lubiS Sea Crest Really 197.4a 14 'a;-31o S t, 0.9 0 O -n oar foL

W.0e .i89 51)L Bu lder ' 0 Integrity and professionalism remain steadfast.
costs w/o preferredW s....gWESTIDE :'.i
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904-378-08510 HOUSES CASH .....
- dfiredomoged, nice 4/2, 2 car or
distressed, vacant or $1400/mo EBe. See more,
occupied, A N Y W H E R E , Lr b ow n e o.
monwealth Ave. huge Apts/comm'l/residential m
corner lot 18aft x 125ft NO DEAL TOO BIG or
deep, fenced, garage, TOO SMALL !! WESTSIDE - All brick, 3 Clary & Associates, Inc.
shed, laundry rm, sec Quick closings BR IBLS 1/016 F
Col 642-7886, 228-6360. 904-680-7435 historic Avondl 0. '

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est/Chaffee Road Office APARTMENTS reoad'2,
0Call Now! WESTSIDE- Murray H.il
comply. remod. 3/1, gar,
MLS#383374 Call to see this 8 1$9ooom/lOOodp 998-3933 firsa'R I M TEC'
3BR02BA home that is a great f8m m prri~ild, dtMooers
opportunity for that first-time Westside - 3/2, 2000sqft, . .
home buyer $199,908 pets ok, Syr old house,

MLS#370043 Stunning 2-story Westside Wyandotte Ave,. STER.COM
iom e in Ashford, 4BR/2.5BA 2/1, fenced, ch/a, appIis,RODM
beautifully decorated. See your- W/D hkup, $65m, +1
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TABLES.. 2 halffRIDING MOWER Auto, 36K, Sunroof, Lthr TOYOTA CAMRY
S TABLE 2 lf RI'NG MWR Kawasaki 2XR1100, Auto, 36K, Sunroof, Lthr TOYOTA CAMRY 2002 NISSAN FORD F250 Super MITSUBISHI MONTERO
S circle, dark wood, like new, with mny upgrades, Loaded, $26,900 LE, 1993, 4 CYCL, PATHFINDER Duty Turbo Diesel '00 Sport, Auto, A/C,
$75.00 each OBO, extended warranty, Aviation garage kept, better 904-564-7826 4 DOOR, A/T, VG-EXCELLENT 44 '06 Lariat $99Pmts or $3950
* , kers Rack, .I shelves, paid $1800, will sell for Boatsextrsthan new, many /C ENGINE CONDITION, NO 35,680 998-0012 -56-7826
"tifsinntlvcuc black rails, $ $1000. 825-0045 or Boats extras, must ee. $4900. ACCIDENTS, 77,500 904-564-7826
tiii 75.00, 90,1-269-2258 626-4121 Sailboats Call 241-1398 LINCOLN ZEPHYR '06 REPLACED WITH MILES, TINTED WN- LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
l. l,1in. C(%citi A -NllN P in o ckage& SUZUK11ULEVAR Loaded, moonroof, Navi- JAP ENGINE WITH DOWS, ASKING 9,000.
Antiue oak wash BANANA PLANS FOR SU BOULEV tion. $425/mo. 389-7700 65,000 MILES AND PICTURES AVAIL- NISSAN FRONTIER'02
.I;11(h, k1. I stand. $425. and SALE from 1o 6t Rentals TRIKE '052t1111n, now LOTSOFNEW ABLE, CALL FORD RANGER '98 Supercharged!!! Hard to
compatible dresser $100e you Marine Equipment cond. $13K. 907778542 MERCEDES BENZ 600 PARTS FULLY 850-445-6054 Looks and Runs Great 99 down d t's
d5e se iinw. Very qy MERCEDES BENZ S600 PARTS. FULLY Yours. Call 389-7700
,,lI.icxeiIxnI '.' $75. Beautiful con- dlm Vryv a pret1l. and Supplies Suzuki Intruder 1500cc 99 '93 Auto, V12, 58K, Call SERVICED, 2003 CHEVY -1- O.B.0. $2950 904-564-7826 our
cillnit,,hh lni ,.l l $912-7290 C7307 - C- c F- RVRentals $410 Cheovy Van77 runs $9950 904-564-7826 LEATHER SEATS, A/C, HEAT, tinder
Privacy Fence RV's and Supplies 3spd, $500. 904-743-6841- NEW PAINT JOB. STEREO, GOOD Nissan Pathfinder LE96,
Ix ARMOIREPanels (10 8W Motorcycles/Mini CONDITION, GMC ENVOY XL EI, , eai
b1,lu xl , 2 niRghtF sands 9 6H Board Mto CyCSMin Yamaha V-Max Mercedes 450 SE $3400 OBO DARK BLUE, RUNS Denli '. Equip er ood od., ecold
Bikes 000 1976, good Protect GOOD, 58,000 MILES,
S ,ilbl.e now in boxes. 858-9350 Panels. From Ace Bikes r Custom 2m00,m any car soidbodl tar 962-2029 $A NG5B 0ALL 24,480 998-0012 rkgflaOyahoo.com
o 5 ' ; p Frail C1Hardware. $150. New. Auto Brokers exras, $7 car, solid body for ASKING $7500.00. CALL LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE or 904-338-5812
Slia E. Mays Baby Jogger triple 276-0426 Auto Parts waicturesatom912-729-36r57 or908-9109
aCOt) Btecteda cover, color 5 Automobiles V GEN 7 blazer 2004, $10,500. GMC SIERRA '06 SUZUKI GRAND
FbiesMecur - arui iteo, Power wind 7 b l VITARA EX'05
bi pl e i. $ 3 t p20 0 .RFi r m .rCa fl Hmt2 07bA/ SGa so be r t 0 L O F A N m m C T r5l O n l y 2 6K G R A N D
blue. $00 F Ca uks/Tailer/SUVs Mercury ra Marquis ETTA03. Auto, ower windows, 12K, Like New, $99 Pts VITARA EX '
SP215-7046 9P12-88269D Swo e Ovanuses r 95 silver, 59k M Good SR. $11,980 998-0012 Cold AC new tires, s or,$3,9 or 0 F90- Only 18,000 miles
d 1n cod $3000. 904-261-2799 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE cd, good condition. Sl-LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S .. .. . HOT SPRING SPA- $2000- or ver. Call 904-254-1503, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BED. A BoxBoaBo Sleep 7.5x7.5, height 31" $200r sAcura 167" AlloyMicdleburg, FL
SSh n m ,hydroiet pump, 4 Commercial Vehicles Wheels wihih- MERCURY Grand GMC YUKON LT
w in Pc 0 Mis.Auto o u 1993., rs VOLKSWAGEN 05. 13K Chevy LS04 Ext Cab ' 02. 4x4. $16,980 8U TOYOTA FJ
S4-6 P215/45/R17 tires, great, PWPSPDL, miles and very clean. Truck, Onstar, Ithr, 998-0012CRUISER'07 Lthr
S a apaciLysEats Autos/TRucks Wanted excellent shape and bal- new battery, new Only $13,988. 3897700 er 998-0012 CRUISER 07 Lthr,
BEDA Bab Boome adults. $1,000. Call onl13988. 39-7700 loaded, new tires, 1 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE CD, black beauty
Memory foam set. New 771-0457 Auto Rent/Lease anced 900 m Call Paul brakes, extra 4.6 engine. owner, $16,500. abe.
ACIAL & BACK -O 95 39005537- 8471 $1450. OBO. 272-2642 904-879-0933, 904-424-6532 $26,480 998-0012
TrAatment * Appt Only Ja .. $5 3erChevy- Silveradoo5VOLVO 560 '04. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Female & Male welcome BED A Bachelors Ris-Factory MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE Lthr, CD, sunroof CHEVY SILVERADO Z71 billi o
446A5504 S OFS6314 Deal]abuVnPnD A $7.9 billion QX56"O6
46-5504 Li FS6314 Deall Q 7 Aluminum polished '03 Spider Convertible $16,860 998-0012 r n 79 on Toyota Highlander
in plastic 398-5200 - Wc LS1 4 FT. Strcraft, Rims, 2007. All Great Summer Car! LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE miles. $399/mo. 389-7700an
nBED A Fal Size set $29 ENAGEMENT RING Rivited aluminum Hardware. $400. $279/mo. Col 389-7700Is t economic '05. Only 26K miles,
King pillow top set $259, PRINCESS CUT fishing bootlike Call Bill 998-1212 CHEVY SUBURBAN '97 impact of the one owner. $20,980
new n plastic. 3910015 WHITE GOLDnegaluanzed NEW TIRES/FORD NISSAN 3Z Tour- BEETLE- A/C, Low Miles, O..0. 9980012
All Professional Painting & o Ii 190 value. $975.00 F#150, MUST SELL, a c ing Roadster '04 k 04GL, Platinum $4400 904-564-7826
1/4 ARAT , 2l.Soo stora ge .GP 4 PTS. n 0 o k . H.TEGloaded with 17 -. exc llent, .1 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SD A so d wood SIZE 7 BOUGHT OBOCall 24398 Rims, ToyoProxes 28K. $27,980 998-0012 Grey, spoiler, 6cd Northeast Florida
Waterproofinge Services Int CHERRY set w/matt, @ FRIEDMAN'S S/T 70R16, m st sell LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE c O O 5 EE DO and Southeast Tyota Highlander
new| @n8^ 499o? t n w 8 e d HCHE VY TAHOE Z7Y RAse smeRt rd ToYOa. HihlnaCtd er
at, resld & comm,]c& new In box $369. 391-0015 A G 15'Sea-Do Sportster L $400.00. Dana 887-4624. _roo 05. BIdtan, DVD, Limited '06. Nav,
ins,, 8 yrs exp, refs, FREEJetASKING5Se leather, 33,000mi, one
e tes -Quly work BEDROOM $150 CALL 772-8197 Jetboat less than NISSAN 350Z Conv owner, non-smoker, SR. $25,980 998-0012 Georgia. SR, CD, ully equip.
10%off all obs 904-786-9827 ACCESSORIES- Six Touring '04.28K mi $14,785. Call 912-647-0111 LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE Advertise in the $24,640 998-0012
- d rwer dresser, 4 1 ' Renke 5HP ir $25,880 998-0012 or 912-882-6248 CHY T E LT LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Machner CHA6RS WITHe CUS Mdl |or S OO- HEVY TA6HOE LT military i-
Cn eSarmoire w th two O Yamaha 1994, lse LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 3.
drndi we rs and n ghts and, I TH/Trim. New Toyota Landcru
S erc ein excellent cond ition. Wheels andbattery. OLDSMIL 17,990 998-0012 publications Toyota Land cruiser
crifie for $225- Crasman 1 B$4199 L(FI RM).i. ROCET, 98 NISSAN ALTIMA TrucksVlens,a UVs-6 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE07. 2000 mi. CD,
ALL CITY TEES table saw with Call Dan t 5739874 Bue/Twilight Blue, 2.5S '06 SpeCial E & Up the local bases 012
Publi aless -6rmilesrestore Edition. Champ/tanf CHEVY TAHOE Ln $04 LEXUSrOF.JACKSONVILLE
rg Pn NEiw sH in bx 01s1n 50 T15,990 4 98-0012 Cst Time mooth ride wono$9 smooth 99 8 .
nod nt, . n I - 9l h12552-0798 1 24 R 9589 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Buyers m. $32m. 389-7700
Scrane s e e stmp $499. R CAN DEL T n98 200 Oabe Ca t 9125 52798 207 5159hp YAMAHA, 5 P RTo advertise TOYOT r TACOMA
rindinc ups. BK BS 4 E, 55 Only DODGE DURANGO ' '04 CREW CAB SR
&Ins litary Csc .is c ane HOURS, S/S ALUM., heNISSAN SENTRA '06 Drive SUV at a car pay- Please ca6. 17,960 998-0012
5 Sr & Military dis. 0sale, Dresser, 0Tl- TRAILER, LIVEWELL Dependabl Ride, 7.9-8.9 APR meet. $349/mo. 389-7700 XPleasecl $, 998-0012
i04)610- 585 a ing cbet, TV ELECTRONICS, DUAL E Dependable Ride, ment. uc349/m.389-t0 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
25 08905 BO FLEX U ma e CALL 882-0744 Tann oats do eath 11_ (-". DODG RAM .LT 904-359-4336,
Stand, Call BATTERIES. $19000 1995 CADILLAC $199/mo. Call 389-7700 DODGE RAM SLT




w ipme nt1 rfmAt e. VNCeae N 2UBFLEX Ultimate CALL 882-0744o an u . ts i de, leather 1 500 O FO WN 901 3t9 4 Ford Epi ton --- AT B 198
S$900. Armour 2 -- o seats, a 99k miles 1500 Hemi Crew 05 1
CABINET-FOR Piece w s $. new res $6500 Pontiac Lemans Cab $17,990 998-0012 Fax 366-6230. $20 o
apnese otp $ W1e50a - 1991, standards EVERYBODY LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MOIRE STYLEtrans., great gasc
, A LEre- - tansy cabinet. A 125. - AM lR 9 1995 HONDA mileage, $1200. RIDES ExpeditIon XLT Grand AM GT 1998
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Hane n oa , I LAP SrsR 27 63 ca wel no A/C, metal- 282-3468 or 370-0043 loaded, QX56 '06o me. and INFINIT I 0 61
S- e nI] EIl 1 0 Me-U PA R N$50 00 TV . cOF - Encyclopedia Waorld 4 st- - r e, A lic blue, $1000. T S WD V O pRoblsloaded, Inmech. BI aNFDI
AC, 9He-tFue 9 dU o C $. 268-27 craft educationalgallos PONTIAC BONNEVILLE Chris 6620726 latem st s $40,890 998-0012 Mercury Sable '97; 4dr,




Washeatn Dres C U ae$, lent coed. Sacrifice KBB LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE cold aI0r, reliable trans-.
Antigu Chairs Armless $20.00 edition and series of nly C30 hour on 1995 HONDAt '98 Auto 4DR, A/C, Mustgood t d.ScrificBL OFACI Td il
atues nmtro 3 K'classics. Only 8$350. $ 50Call4 -56 4-2 $9345.00 Call 291-3024 por 08ation, owner,
Arts & Crafts Queen or Full $135t King 5$250 EG.l. Ford Expedition '03 - INFINITI FX4S '03 repair. $1400 e-mail
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Auctions Must Sell (904)674-0405sion Ladders, PONTIAC G6 07 Fuy equip $15,890 35K mi. Tech 0
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C e r$125 each. I5 3 P O LEXUS OF JLO EST I28,880 998-0012
Buin S e rCaE ll264-15 d 6. 5 months old, ECLIPSE S, o, Call 389-7700 LEXUSOF ACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
spenote C$175, Includeso l b twineal615 1 e s..n, l.. ee
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othes i FREW i g ackT pac- XLT, dual tanks, Ltd '05. Nav DVD JeepCherokee cndton. 00
hoodmstorage . GroTa t U~t Orange Park. B trolling llnl r ' w r1 R :l8,. Ene. 1989. Groat
Cot t es McQueen. . X Under th e FREEA PICK .. .1, 0,6 O F5Co .i age, 5 spd, fully cld A, rus SR 28-,990 998-0015 2 aredo 1991 White,I 386-473-9895
Uoodstoragm ie. s4 ,0 bcOrange PclartsS $238rk.r473.9 (1 95U
Collectables hoo nt e CEt O LE I n loadedd with 17 excellent, 160k LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE power windows,
04282 264-15066548 HONDA whes. 17K mIles, miles, asking $3000 OBO. __-door, locks, towing
Craft/Thrift Stores o ll excellent condition Cll 338-8529 Ford Explorer 1997, package aoy whee Volvo Wagon 940
t i Couch Leather, r HORIZON FIT- i E ACCORD. -c G$12,250. 9OBO. Ford Explorer 1997. package, alloy wheels,0gre
Electronics oversized chair, NESS TIREAD- lnt condition, 150. B8 limited edition, a/. 2,500.00 (904) ton
rocker, reclnor MILL Elite 2.11T, 35'Bayliner 1996, power seats, win- ____________________ extremely reliable 744-1794c3
Estate Sales' $600.rkMexicanrnpine ilsee Epics on2 Motoryaocht 2/545 dows,Psun roofeaauto 1995 F50 SLT and clean, fully 74-794386-473-9895'
FarmPlantin cfee table $100. China www.horlznfitness.com 7kwgen, new bt- transmission, dark Toyota Corolla '06 SUPERCAB, fully loaded. 4-wheel drive.
t $375.00264-225 as ing$0 Cl vas low hours. 94 76-21 9A B. 2.1 excellent condition, 880-0193KEE04 Blowou
-mitu household 26437 a g $500. Cl --339 2407. 2 $1,680 9980012 customized cab. $5500 $12588. Ca 389-7700
Garage Sales COUCH & oveseat, brand 904-318-3619 mswahotmal.com2000 SATURN SL LEXS OF JACKSONVILE 9045429841 FORD EXPEDITION 01
Garden/Lawn new In crate! $499 stainI fair condition, 4x4, 3rd row. good cond
H -----bs/a-W resist 858-9350 Ca9 sdeln Longabuger 3 fe $ 94,000 miles, $2000 $9999. WOW! 389-7700 Mazda B2000 1986,
. CWasrhei s 8 CaQ n BdeivOe e , BCal Bonnie GTOYOTA CAMRY 5 1996 FORDd custom Iwrider, COACHMAN-
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Machindery DA andX 4C11TOPIAN PT UL L aOAndG trailer, tnS1d ow ide E VRrGE engine. CEV H17A isurauSXm175Bow-
Machinery and PEDESTAL, 4 912-576-4416/912-322-7394 Oie rider 135 HP, EZ LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE miles, good tires. $3000 144K miles, $4500 perfect interior. $2500 wheel, no leaks. 284-0047,
Tools .15". Call loader trailer, great B. Call 90-338-8529 OB. 645-6360 BO. 424-5560 $2000 OB.
Mvical CHAIRS WITH CUSH-L Medella double 6388,50.0condilon fulls' outfit ed
Miscellaneous ION. PIX PROVIDED, C I brea 0t pump $200; ne . 0 .tn _ ? A.ID
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Wanted tO Buy or DISH ES- 912-576-5GAB214 OR LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE C
Trade SERVES . WH TE Mower. 12HP 42" cutMW525i '06 ACURA OF ORANGE PARK BOARD FORD LAMBORGHiNI ORLANDO OF ANE
WITH PANSIE $350. Electric 9.:White/tan, like new. ACURA OF OrA PB FRB NO DNF U
n w n rrw .FLOWERS. $40.005 treadmill $100. 6X12 o Be d 7 1$36,880 998-0012"IJSA i 9; 875A B.n 75 09 Oh s EN U E
269-2258 open utility trailer. $ , 9 SCi SN Liudt' 010 DuCl e 593-79.t 895 ii Roa d/ r Blvdl10r Philps Hwy. 262-7145
S$1000. Orange Park. B o" LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEIR onda phupriDul dty Ljdi 38o U40 HO3 SATURN OF ORANGE PARK JA
SLIVING ROOM 904-272-7352 M BMW X3 3.0 '04
ODBroan 30 inchfLu SET-COUCH, . l
LOVESEAT, Shop Vac. Brand 28ft. Sunnybrook 5th Like new, 28K mi PAUL CLARK P N TI 10 lancr BId '79
5R a 2-nichneiling Fan. CHAITR, OTTO- wet/dry . . . , wheel, 2001 excel- $23,640 998-0012 AUDI JACKSO 01 ILLE
M1.700w micro-. MAN, MICROFIBERn, Small Gallon. lent condition, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE , SATURN OF EGECY
wave $1.DARK GREEN. $1000 Hose missing. $9 loaded, sleeps 6. UN DI M E An RV
eratore$18. 1.6 26 re - aOBOe. CALL VINCENT 268-2482. Ultra-light frame. BUICK LESABRE I r1 , 1v i 7 1 ilip . B L Jr.-li
AT 674-0108 OR 673-8166 $19,900. 0.BO Please '04 Celebration
K mr e sh- SLO T A C E 2 call 904-254-i445 or 2 U edition, fully I- 1 I
SWasher MATT& BOX QUEEN , 1 AS nE 2 904-673-9070 4 loaded, bud, GA FORD.MERCURY
and Dryer fsor sle. M Pl $O2 Ceier Block Jack , 1 SPeed ... .... oof, excel lent G i -
(white), Large Racer, Prof. mach's, AIRSTREAM & TRAIL condition, $16,000 375-9733
(Sacrfice 904-674-8405 great for personal game MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS BENEe
ipacity, groat room. $400 . 8380446 ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES CADILLAC SEVILLE '93 MIKE SHAD
or epe, $220.O0.both MATTRESS A Queen Set. Sales, Service, Parts STS, Nice Car, Make 95 N1 Rnru1d Retgaql, BitUB
or $120 each. Brand New in Plastic $125 Surfboard Kit DYI, J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales Offer $1950904-564-7826 L,,r,RwD 1/0dJr,,1J Fl 407-3lq-.443 10259 A CKSONr, Blvd 721-5000 1UARUOFAtn AC B SNV 641-.LE5
Call 904-704-9795 ust sell 904-674-0405 p partially chopped Alachua (386)462-3039 Offer $1950 904-58 GR. C -S �cta eqTnt - 11 Atlanic Bl 41
board, fiberg l ss. 1-800-541-6439 Cadia Deville DTS '01 i
. Kitchenmaid Con- .2 C Media Storage resign fin, leash MCa[diac]iae D,0,lt;eAene
vection Gas Slide-in Cabinet. Perfect for holder, shaping tools. AN Cadet Mint condition, loaded,endm U1 PhilipS Hwy 9d4-29-3
Ra the lnge. Emblacktp apCsadvdsorVHS $200. Cal Joe 221-7221. older but good brakes, $9900. 718-8566
Pictusth line. Email tapes and more. condi. New H/AC/
00 .. Clble 9 4300 Medo ic $ 2 kable8ref. 5th wheel. No CADILLAC DEVILLE TOM BUSH BMW MIKE DAVIDSON FORD 01FLORiDAiNCL M RY
OB._al -1 ...c.$4.268_-2482_ leaks. 284-0047. '03. Loaded, clean ride!141.-`'0 ScuB,. KEN CHANCEYSUZUKI
W.$2000 0 0 . $15,900. wow!! 389-77060 98c.0 At. ntic: B,, 7251.91z AT REGENCY -,,liBlvd 2 0i K AN E SU
.b. Washer and Dryer QueenBedPrame,1
.Whirlpool. less than 4 Drossor. Chest of n Hammond 0..an ITASCA 25' 2003-Chevy , ,' -- -Ei lv GRIFFIN UNCON MERCURYr
1yea a.id. White, , draw . n gb Md . V5 300, Dbl eng. like new only "NGvI " 47AINmlrCOLENd ,M-E U R
excellent condition, stand, 13ning so -lKeyboard. $150. 14kmi, 2 trashier. warr. -hevrolet 7447 Bu ing77-
Call after 5. 912-576-4270. end coffee tables enter- 386-473-9895 $41 K. 393-2089/307-8371 ates MIKE SHAD FORD10 15'. Atn, Blvd, 945.-
S$1200 CBO. tainment center, , SoIn "
__________ 645-6360 PIARCLOWEST PRICE USA _JENKINS_ _Celitul~lol'lctjvr' I
QUEEN BED, WHOLES ELISTO Styxx would like tARER BUICK OF ORANGE PARK

Desk, 5 piece with conversion, ucts 5 bronzexsouecndtoand. i Top SellingbBrandsI tanyd customersto I KEYBUIB-
hutch. Like new, 5762987 $950. 00. 282-6466. Will I h--.,S,,,YI-. -.BHV 9.rj ARLNGO TO YOTA
storage.i$550..U Bring in this ad for -NIMNICHTC GPONTIAC-GMCYA , B V N30
shelf, headboard M r and Ft
OFFICE FURNITURE with six drawer . .pedis- o Be Fooed Bv Mitr First CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC COGGIN GMC TRUCKS TOM BUSH MAZDA ,0.E, P,,tpSH. _2E.) 4.,
[Desk, Chairs, Creden- tat. EXEC condition, GtBeCoapedtonBy I WelcomelBuyers . , t-A KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
zas, hutch, file cabinets, $125.00. 386-8154 Q CANOE- Fiber 4-. 7 0i' ArtI, Blvd ,d4-...3E iC ITI
I shelves, phone glass, 1501/2' ",att etetdI NMIvTr.7PNE RCSlZKEIT IONiiOYOTA
ystem, me s eing macbnine squa re back, fat I f t tNIMiCHT CADILLAC A
904-384-60 Mh n m.de 5050 bottom $150.00 ItolAkeAC1ITmlcometo Bvrd Y UNEl4 Be dhrBivd ,,i-J) LIOUSE TOOTA
904-291-9750 N*MNJCLGH2OSETOOT
stiches, buttonhoeGea I GoveISprings LIGHTHOUSE 1 OSOTA
Stretch stich.All ..... Electric Treadmill, CHEVROLET PARKER CADILLAC I.2 2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
series excellent condC- cadence 210, very 1550 CASSAT AVE 283 San Marco, StAug (904)824-9181800622-4888or904-797-8800
SGirls Clothing forI tion. $75,282-6466 goad condition. _[-I__otO ME ll.1HRIIPLE TYT
. sSliokdniget $100.778930891-3898
Sen ci /table112inches,a 8 8 PrecorS3-21Strength N387-4041Ki[ I T r 14=kI1ROSMOTORCA INC. 1310CassatAve, 3894561
Eceenteconditiongo ... 1' e ches 8 1Multistation1 lanticABlvd.a5i8 M 7 l
New! Call Lori5Leaves store inside. 1 mel stat ot0 1003AtlaticBd 565-8800 231 Blv . .st8
912-673-7415; cell- $1600. 912-729-7307 fnComb nedwUnit30
9--1ABLE- Ice cream Condition. $3100 Retail. OVERSTOCK & I Ljj, I.COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES COGGIN HONDA '24
UNIFORMS, shirts, table top, Rod Iron - I CRESTCHEVROLET TOM BUSHMiNIUIN1WeOFsRoANGE6
lackets, anchors, Chairs, Blue Cushion. CETHER T 2898 U.S. Hwy. 1 S. 1-800-456-1689TlUSl MINI 1481 Wells Road 269-2603
most items are $75.00 904-269-2258 ' - - - - -8281 Mernll Rd. 721-1880 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 125-R911
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. HONA CHRYSLER SERMIKE SHAD MATHENY JAGUAR 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 PreOwned Center
_emale._- _ HADOW6500cc-o3u, MATHENY JAGUAR
GERMAND 0 MILES, RED, '00 Converti i d CHRYSLER JEEP 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 ARBER PONTIAC 10384 Atlantic B. 9912
Cia~y GERMAN SHEPHERD VERY GOOD 68K Miles, A/C, $5900
lar & Associates, Inc. en closing adults & CONDITION. $250, 904-564-7826 1736Green CoveSprings 24-4502
y & As.puppies AKC $250-$500. CALL 269-5838 or 1736 Cassat Ave 39-7792Tom BushMW
Professional Surveyors & nCall 386-623-9024 662-6310 ,2 Chrysler T&C 96, EB
ProfessionalV.Surveyors&e RICK cKEFFER eNIMNICHT PONTIAC - GMC 9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381
s 1EVER cc cruiser bk, equipd 27K 195 Exi 12,Fern Bch. 2 ATLANTIC JEEP 11503Phillips Hwy. 854-4826 TO BU Atpl
PUPS, AKC. Call miles, lots of 0US 1 South 3544421 Tom Bush Autplex
3830 Crown Point Road, Su fa c 912-729-2806 customs and acces- Call 272-9423 1-800-228-7454
CrownFL 225791279-86 series, Black and C O99875 Atlantic Blvd. 371477
Jacksonville FL 32257 I' Maroon. $4500.00, Call CHRYSLER PT AUS
Jacksonville FL 32257 GREAT DANE PUPS AKC 904635-3830 CRUISER '06 28K miles!
904-260-2703 Must sell vaca tion. 1/2 WarrantyI Take over 1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 B OS MOO WARREN MOTORS, INC
wwaryascmprice!$850-$425"1705 2001 HONDA PYmts $279/mo. 389-7700 BRUMUS MOTOR
www.claryassoc.com ,,LS.AISHADOW- AMER I- 389-7700CDODGE
pi I $5 $425 8 791705-A p,- $2 . ATANTIC FRANK GRIFFIN . Ea SateS. 35 66491 ,
GREAT DANE S CAN CLASSIC CHRYSLER 300 '05 The FRANK GRIFFIN CARS INC
Blue Merles, $oo0ea. EDITION 1700 working man's Bentley! 2330US1 South 354-4421
. - 4 ., ' 1 -' . . i' 4-2' -4.' ' Call 904-291-9445 MILES CLEAN, Only $369/mo. 389-7700 Jeep f Orange Park 'bd 72T
i ; :' j � l., ,i lP we CBOMCLMA AOD0JACK CARUSO 10100AtlanticBlvd. 725-9155S
.-' L !L l.LI.. .i j oi L.4. .- , BLACK. MANY FORD 00 '06 1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
.i PitbullPups 9 weeks CHROME EXTRAS!! Luxury, Luxury, Luxury
Carlos Berrios i ;h cert. $250. CALL 714-3589 $325/mo. Call 389-7700 REGENCY DODGE
__ POP, 248-2825 696-7974 C9L0MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP :STORES.____:,
S. . IS 4- VIR 2003 YAMAHA FORD FOCUS '02 10979Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600 MIKESHACHRYSJEEP
Iell: (9041l 563-1824 _ POMERAN IAN 3 Mature ~LVIRAGO, 25e, Auto, ANC $89 Pmt orRDOD RONAAROLLRO O
mat"hel c Need family home $250't. t 8500 miles, $2500 $3950 904-564-7826 GARBER DODGE TRUCK ON CASSAT ROLLS ROYCEORLANDO
... . . .r 386-467-8400 / 9g4r472-8364 Se_ at s. teBet FORD TAURUS '04 Green Cove Springs 264-2416 1736 CassatAve. 389-7792 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
386-467-8400/904472-8364386478400/90FORDtUreat starter Bike.
S POODLES - TOY AKC included. Call Reliable transportation. 'nm0
SFEE M/F www.bryant.com 904635-3830 $5800 WOW Call 389-7700 ORANGE PARK DODGE RICK KEFFER Longwood/0dando 407-339-3443 JEEP DODGE
BUYER REPRESENTATION Chp Bid Lns 904-610-7317 BAJA Minibike GMCYUKON XL'06 7233Blanding Blvd. 777-5500 195Exi 129,Fem Bch 1-8002287454 9A&BAYMEADOWS. 493-000
49cc, tour stroke. R, in Style w/Aii The
,r' HHUAKPUSexcellent ROom. $425/mo. 389-7700
SfRE rlpor.l ,: CONTACT ME fOR THE DETAILS I pt SH T Seen tKC PUPS t F 228 7454 WORLD IMPORTS
".',.....p, . . *� ' Rest Now See The Best. ke . f/f, helmet T Excellent condition. N19Fnc-TS.a
p .--B T Call Diane 904-22n t91-774 21t WEST2IDE D228745 N WORLD IMPORTS
S .1",,, .* BEST dow rtill in ba .00 Fm , ESTSIDE DODGE RAY CARTER KIA 9 www .wodimportsusa.com
' transmission. Dark
..,,,, , Siberian Huskies 11wks,. Honda VT100 Green. $6,000 160K 1672 CassatAve. 384-6561 6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078 904-778-7700www.nimnicht.com 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
, '_ i. iu,... s a h t. h, l ..'-,.J,' -..l . I ,.,.,h, i..i' ...i ,Ii .; 32ltM-red/white & white. ,nt Tourer. 2001. Cus- m iles. 904-612-8920
S I * . 'i -. . -*-l fern. red/whtite $75ea. $7500. OBO. 6000 miles, very clean
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