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THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 2007
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Six S-3B Vikings from VS-31 fly in formation as they return from the West Coast after a six-monlh deployment on board
USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) Sunday night.
VS-31 back from final deployment
SBy Lt. John Kovalsky
S, VS-31 PAO
Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
(From left, back row) Hess Khan, Jennifer Chandler, Alexis
Chandler and Olivia Chandler and Madison Chandler (front
row) watch at their loved ones fly overhead at the VS-31
By Judy Hartman
Public Affairs Specialist
ith the words "I
relieve you sir,"
a salute, and a
handshake, Capt. Timothy
Matthews assumed com-
mand of Fleet Readiness
Center Southeast (FRCSE)
Aug. 17. Matthews became
the second commanding
officer of FRCSE and the
37th commanding offi-
cer since the. command
was established in 1940.
The guest speaker for the
change of command was
Vice Adm. Thomas Kilcline,
commander, Naval Air
In his address, Matthews
spoke of his years of service
in the Navy, and thanked
his family and many friends
who had traveled great dis-
tances to attend the cer-
emony. He talked about
The VS-31 "Topcats" returned home this week, offi-
cially completing their seven-month and final com-
This deployment marked a change of normalcy for the
east coast based S-3B squadron at NAS Jacksonville, one
of three remaining squadrons here. Since all S-3B squad-
rons and the Pacific Wing
have been decommissioned,
the Topcats were assigned to
Carrier Air Wing Nine (CVW-
9), a west coast air wing. This
meant the squadron would
not only have to deal with an
already hectic work-up cycle,
but would also have to com-
mute 3,000 miles to complete
it, but it also allowed them to .
deploy on a Western Pacific
cruise, something rare for an
east coast squadron.
VS-31 completed their
work-ups without a hitch Three-year-old Nathan Jau-
and once the logistics of reguizar and 9-year-old James
running back and forth Dahlke try on their dad's hel-
coast to coast was over, they mets at the homecoming.
deployed on board USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) in early
January. Departing from NAS North Island in San Diego,
the Topcats and CVW-9 made their way across the Pacific
and to the North Arabian Sea in support of coalition forces
engaged in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF).
Morale remained high during four straight months at
sea for the Topcats as the squadron provided support for
the air wing in various capacities. VS-31 aircrews engaged
See TOPCATS, Page 15
Photo by Katherine Midyette
Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE) incoming Commanding Officer Capt. Timothy
Matthews (left) reads his orders during the change of command ceremony as outgoing FRCSE
Commanding Officer Capt. John Scanlan II (center) and Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers,
Rear Adm. Michael Hardee stand at attention.
the enormous challenges of
supporting the warfighter
facing all the FRC leader-
ship. He also spoke of the
future. "At FRCSE we will
emphasize, safety and qual-
ity in everything we do,
whether it's flying function-
al checks at NAS Jax or fix-
ing H-60 rotor blades at NS
Mayport. It is simply the
way we do business and we
will maintain the stringent
standards required for ISO
certification," he said. "We
will continue to build on
See FRCSE, Page 16
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VS-22 'Checkmates' Recognized
By Lt. Adam Schantz
C apt. Richard Fie assumes command of VP-
30 during a change of command ceremony
tomorrow at Hangar 30, NAS Jacksonville.
Fite relieves Capt. Tim Brewer, who has led VP-30
since August 2005. Retired Navy Rear Adm. Michael
Holmes will be the guest speaker.
Fite was born in Washington D.C., the son of a
career Air Force fighter pilot. -'Ji
He graduated from Otterbein
College in Westerville, Ohio with
a Bachelor of Administration
degree in political science and
holds a Masters of Science
Degree in national security
strategy from the National War
College. He received his com-
mission through the Aviation
Officer Candidate Program in Capt. Richard Fite
Designated a naval flight officer in April 1987, his
operational tours include VP-44
in Brunswick. Maine. aide and
flag lieutenant to Commander,
George Washington Battle
Group embarked on board USS
George Washington (CVN 73)
supporting operations Deny
Flight. Sharp Guard, Vigilant
Warrior and Southern Watch
and as VP-47 operations offi-
cer at NAS Barbers Point, Capt. Tim Brewer
Hawaii, completing a deploy-
ment in support of operations Southern Watch and
Desert Thunder. He also commanded VP-45 at NAS
Jacksonville during which the squadron was awarded'
the Battle "E" and Chief of Naval Operations Safety
Ashore. Fite served as Navy Recruiting District,
Columbus, Ohio Officer Programs officer and was the
Area Five 1992 Officer Recruiter of the Year. In 1999.
he served as assistant chief of staff. Patrol Wings
Pacific and additionally assumed the role as assistant
chief of staff for Naval Activities upon the congressio-
nally mandated closure of NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii
and the staffs homeport shift to Marine Corps Base
Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay. Major staff duty tours include
the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Washington D.C. in
the Aviation Assignment Division as the VP shore and
sea detailer and OPNAV as the P-3/P-8A requirements
officer, Air Warfare Division on the staff of Deputy
Chief of Naval Operations (Integration of Capabilities
and Resources) in March 2005.
Fite assumes command of a squadron that has been
marked by profound achievements during Brewer's
tenure spanning from August 2005 to August 2007.
During this period, the squadron earned its second
consecutive Cmdr. T.G. Ellyson Award for aviator pro-
duction excellence presented to the Navy's most effec-
tive fleet replacement squadron. Additionally, source
selection for the maritime patrol community's next
generation airframe, the P-8A Poseidon multi-mission
maritime aircraft, occurred shortly before Brewer's
arrival. Under his leadership, a comprehensive tran-
sition plan has been created that will ensure fleet
integration of the Navy's newest type model series
By establishing the undergraduate Maritime Flight
Officer (UMFO) Program he revolutionized naval
flight officer (NFO) training, which provides better-
trained NFOs to the fleet. The UMFO program saves
3.8 million dollars annually. Of perhaps the greatest
significance, VP-30 continued its record of safe flying
operations under a challenging training environment.
The squadron recently achieved 43 years of mishap-
free flying totaling more than 425,000 flight hours.
2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, August 30, 2007
Looking back in time...
ON THE HOMEFRONT
The ironic side of military life
By Sarah Smiley
iMi military life is full of ironies.
/ As the wife of an active duty
service member, for instance,
I am classified as a "dependent," a
term that implies weakness, when in
* .fact I have to be extremely self-reliant
.,while my husband is deployed.
Military families are also accus-
tomed to spontaneity, as in, "Honey,
..,we're moving across country next
month," and, "I'm leaving for Iraq
-; on Monday." And yet, military life
in general offers many constants:
:.,,,job security and healthcare, to name
just two. We may not know where or
when we'll be moving, but we know
, ,;.our spouse will have a job and we will
:-,have healthcare when we get there.
Also, military service members are
the most affected by the government's
decisions to go to war,'but they are
some of the last to speak out about it.
Military men and women have built
their careers around defending our
*country, but they are the ones who
don't necessarily want to put their
" skills (going to war) to use. In how
many other careers do you train for
- , something you hope will never hap-
The greatest irony of all, however,
may be that military men are typical-
ly loaded with testosterone and have
a desire to rescue and save others,
which attracts mates who initially
might seem needy and loaded with
Except that over time, these women
prove to be stronger than their hus-
bands in many ways. And then, irony
of all ironies, the very system that
helped spur these women into inde-
pendence, sometimes comes back to
punish them for it.
I can't tell you how many times peo-
ple ask my husband, "Why do you let
your wife write that stuff in the news-
paper?" Or, "I'd never let my wife do
that." Interesting when you consider
that my position as a military wife
largely influenced my tendency to be
outspoken and independent.
The same people who question my
husband for "allowing" his wife to be
so visible and opinionated would prob-
ably also criticize him if I was weak
while he was away (which, for the
record, I basically was when we were
first married, and yes, I was criticized
All of which has sometimes led me
to believe that it is military men who
are conflicted about what they want.
In the beginning, they are the rescuer,
the "man in uniform." Then they leave
for six months and naturally want
their spouse to rise to the occasion.
Upon their return, many military
men want their wife to revert back to
the typical wifely role, and it has been
my experience that more than a few
wives are loathe to do so. This, by the
way, leads to the mostly inevitable
fights that plague homecomings.
At my husband's first squadron,
I was not popular with some of his
co-workers. I'm told the animos-
ity stemmed from my tendency to be
more dominate than my husband. I
am the extrovert; he is the introvert.
How dare a military wife be more out-
spoken than her husband? Some of
.these co-workers must have thought,
not realizing that my role as a mili-
tary wife was mostly to "blame."
I'm also told the co-workers' feelings
came from one instance when I asked
my husband not to attend a no-spous-
es-allowed party. Silly me, I didn't
realize how selfish it was to request
such a thing the night after our son
had been in the hospital with a con-
cussion. Shame on me for putting my
family first, a skill I've honed through
months of surviving deployments and
Since that experience, I've observed
many military gatherings and have
noticed that usually the most confi-
dent, outspoken "dependent" is the
least liked by her husband's peers.
Some women are just better at hid-
ing their feisty side, I suppose, and
some of us can't seem to keep it under
Luckily, my husband is proud to be
married to the latter. "Sarah makes
me more interesting," he's been
known to say. He appreciates the way
I've grown and changed, and he is
man enough to admit it.
It's a good thing. To squash my inde-
pendence and stifle my confidence,
and then turn around and expect me
to pack up our house on short-notice
or raise three children alone would
be, well, highly ironic.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.
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Opportunities for personal growth help you increase your self-confidence while you help clients achieve financial self-
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Hometown: Cocoa Beach,
Family Life: Married
Past Duty Stations: USS Hue City (CG 66)
Career Plans: To make chief petty officer.
Most Interesting Experience: A swim
call in the Mediterrean Sea.
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I am an E-4 in the Navy and last week my wife and I pur-
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they would give us a $4,000 trade-in and that we would
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found out that they had only given us $2,500 for our trade-
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'Checkmates' win fourth consecutive Safety 'S' award
S-22 has won its fourth con-
secutive Safety "S" award.
Throughout the history
of naval aviation this has been
done only a handful of times; the
last time it occurred was in the
mid-1980s. This also marks the
first time an S-3 Viking squadron
has accomplished this impressive
"Checkmate mishap and inci-
dent rates are less than half that
of the Navy average, both at work
and at home. When measured by
Navy safety climate surveys, VS-
22 stood out two standard devia-
tions better than Navy averag-
es," stated former VS-22 Safety
Officer Lt. Cmdr. Scott Giles.
"These surveys reflect the. atti-
tudes and thoughts of every Sailor
in the command from E-1 to 0-5."
There are many factors that
have led to the success of VS-22's
four-year run of impeccable safety
practices. The leading chuse is
the undue professionalism that
VS-22 Sailors portray on a daily
basis. The pride, work ethic and
motivation that all Checkmates
possess are at the forefront of
naval aviation. Quality Assurance
Representative AM1(AW) Rode-
rick Carnes, explained his views
on why VS-22 is a little differ-
ent than the other commands he's
."'Senior squadron members
seem to care a lot more about
helping and training the junior
Sailors in the command. It is
the duty of all senior personnel
to instruct the younger Sailor,
but VS-22 seems to step it up a
notch.," said Carnes. "The care
apd willingness to help that the
senior Sailors express in this com-
mand is above anything that I've
seen. It's nice to be a part of an
organization that cares so much."
SFormer Maintenance Desk
Senior Chief, ADCS(AW)
Photo courtesy of VS-22
Members of the VS-22 "Checkmates" proudly pose in front of their aircraft for a group photo. The squadron was
recently recognized for earning their fourth consecutive Safety "S" Award.
Christopher Fonner says that-
commitment and trust are the
two traits that all Checkmates
have. "These are two prominent
qualities that I see in our Sailors
here in VS-22. The high standard
of maintenance and the dedica-
tion to doing the job safely are a
direct by-product of these quali-
ties. The high quality leadership
at all levels from the commanding
officer down through the chief's
mess and down to the most junior
airman, help breed that trust,"
explained Fonner. "Every Sailor
here knows that the entire chain
of command has their back. We
are diligent in taking care of our
Sailors in every way. This type
of leadership ensures loyalty,
promotes high morale and earns
their trust. In my 21 years in
naval aviation, I have never been
in a better squadron or mainte-
nance department. Day in and
day out, we accomplish any task
that is thrown our way and we do
it properly, efficiently and safely,
because our Sailors are dedicat-
ed to the command mission and
proud of what it means to be a
VS-22's Material Control
Leading Petty Officer SK1(AW/
SW) Christine Redmond, attri-
butes the success of her squadron
to teamwork. "The reason that VS-
22 is so unique is that we all work
together as a team. One team one
fight. No one thinks that their
job is more important than any-
one else's job," she said. "Every
person brings their 'A' game to
work every day. No one has to tell
us we have to work late if some-
thing isn't done correctly or safely.
Everyone knows their job'and the
safety procedures that go along
with their job. That is why I'm not
surprised that we have won the
award four times in a row."
Safety starts in the front office.
VS-22's Commanding Officer
Cmdr. Paul Foster continually
expresses his views and feelings
on ensuring that his Sailors and
aircrew are, abiding by the rules
and regulations. He touches on
ways his squadron can be safer at
every squadron function, whether
it's at quarters or safety stand
downs. Foster is a huge proponent
of practicing what he preaches
and feels that by applying opera-
tional risk management (ORM)
, to all facets of squadron life, large
and small mishaps can and will
"An impressive safety record
is a byproduct of the excellence
within the squadron. Safety and
excellence are interwoven togeth-
er and it's no surprise that a
squadron that is highly success-
ful in its operational duties, has
a phenomenal safety record also,"
VS-22 Operation's Officer Lt.
Cmdr. David Simmons also agrees
that strong leadership is the dom-
inant factor in the Checkmate's
success. "We have extraordinary
deck plate leadership, they are
focused on by-the-book mainte-
nance and maintain a near perfect
sortie completion rate, despite our
aggressive operational tempo,"
The proof lies in the statistics.
VS-22 has been fortunate to have
flown more than 15,000 hours
and five years since their last
Class A mishap. Since 2002, the
Checkmates have made an overly
conscience effort to apply ORM
in every situation and eliminate
possible hazards that can lead to
"From an aircrew standpoint,
VS-22 does an excellent job when
it comes to training, ORM and
dealing with possible contingen-
cies that could take place in the
aircraft," explained Aviation
Safety Officer Lt. Mike Gast.
"Our aviators conduct training
every Wednesday afternoon.
During this time, we put a pilot
and a naval flight officer in front
of the wardroom and place them
in a simulated aircraft emergency
situation. They have a little pres-
sure on them because they are
in front of their peers, having to
work their way through a scenar-
io. There have been a handful of
times in which some of our air-
crew have encountered one of the
situations that was created dur-
ing one of our training periods.
These exercises create a great,
real world situation in which
our aircrew has to use thorough
ORM, because if they don't, they
will hear about it from the rest of
With the upcoming decommis-
sioning of all Viking squadrons,
strong leadership, commitment
to each other and the pride that
all Checkmates possess, are traits
that can easily be forgotten due to
complacency beginning to set in.
VS-22 is doing their best to not
allow this to happen.
VP-30 presents NMCRS with check
By Lt. Adam Schantz
V P-30 Commanding
Officer Capt. Tim
Brewer and VP-
30 Chairperson Lt. Bryan
Hagar presented the Navy
ahd Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS) with a
check for $76,000 Aug. 21.
The squadron raised .the
money during this year's
',VP-30 raised the money
through the generous
donations of its 1,100-plus
squadron staff members
and students. Through the
active duty fund drive, the
squadron raised $24,800
w which is more than $69
donated per member.
Additional funds were
raised by a golf tournament
at Eagle Harbor. Squadron
members organized the
tournament in which more
than 140 players from NAS
ed. The tournament was
hosted by the Eagle Harbor
Country Club and included
an 18-hole tournament as
well as many door prizes.
SeaStar Lines, a large
shipping and transportation
company in Jacksonville,
donated $15,000 to the golf
tournament, as the largest
contributor. Orange Park
Coggin Honda generously
donated a 2007 Honda Civic
sign new leases
T-he military housing
takes effect Oct. 1.
* All tenants living in
base housing at NAS Jax
and Yellow Water Housing
Area are required to sign
leases with GMH Military
Housing and transfer their
basic allowance for housing
before Oct. 1.
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Photo courtesy of VP-30
Lt. Brian Hagar of VP-30 presents a check for $76,000 to the
NAS Jax Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS).
Accepting the check are from left, NAS Jax NMCRS Director
Dave Faraldo, P.S. Semko and Frank Peake.
as a prize. Ensign Paul
Bainbridge, a student at
VP-30 was the lucky win-
The original goal for the
squadron was $24,200 dol-
lars. The squadron sur-
passed the original goal
by 314 percent, raising
$76,000. VP-30 was award-
ed a pair of Jacksonville
Jaguars season tickets for
exceeding the goal by the
The NMCRS was estab-
lished to help Sailors and
Marines through inter-
est-free loans and grants.
Members are able to use
this money to help with
emergency needs such as
funerals, food, rent etc.
Last year, the Jacksonville
office provided more than
1.3 million dollars in aid
to military members in the
local area. The NMCRS
provided the members of
VP-30 with $82,700 for
unplanned events or emer-
gehcies. This is a perfect
example of the Navy taking
care of its service members.
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Photo by MCSN Brandon Morris
AM2 Jonathan Shorley of the HS-11 "Dragonslayers," installs
a piece of equipment to the tail of an SH-60F Seahawk on
board the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise
(CVN 65) July 16. Enterprise and embarked Carrier Air Wing
One are underway on a scheduled deployment.
'Dragonslayers' keep busy at sea
From HS-11 PAO
After a month of traveling the
Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean
Sea, Suez Canal, Red Sea, and
the Arabian Sea, USS Enterprise
(CVN 65) arrived in the Persian
Gulf. During this time, the HS-11
"Dragonslayers" played a major role
in the support and defense of Carrier
Strike Group 12.
On numerous occasions, HS-11
was responsible for providing air-
borne anti-terrorism force protection
(ATFP) for the strike group. ATFP
is a precautionary defense posture to
protect the assets of the strike group
during vulnerable times where the
ship is restricted in her ability to
maneuver, such as transiting narrow
straits and pulling into port. With
the Dragonslayers providing over-
head protection, the Enterprise Strike
Group safely navigated the Straits
of Gibraltar, Bal El Mendeb and
Hormuz. They also made a successful
port visit to Cannes, France.
The Dragonslayer's logistical sup-
port for USS Enterprise began the
day the ship departed its homeport
in Norfolk, Va. On July 7, HS-11 per-
formed the first medical evacuation
(MEDEVAC) of the deployment, fer-
rying an injured Sailor into the capa-
ble hands of the staff at Portsmouth
Naval Hospital. In the first month of
deployment, HS-11 pilots and aircrew
transported five critically ill or injured
Photo courtesy of HS- 1
A helicopter from HS-11 conducts operations off USS Enterprise (CVN 65).
Sailors to various medical facilities in
five separate MEDEVACs.
Additionally, HS-11 provides the
carrier strike group with the capa-
bility to rapidly transfer cargo and
personnel from ship to ship, ship to
shore or shore to ship. Through ver-
tical replenishment arid passengers
transfers, the squadron had remained
busy. Almost daily, HS-11 transports
Sailors, Marines, and VIPs from the
carrier to other ships within the battle
group or back to shore. Through ver-
tical replenishment, HS-11 has moved
more than 60,000 pounds of cargo in
the past month, to include aviation
and ship parts, mail, food, ice cream,
eggs, weapons and a host of other
supplies critical to the strike group's
mission. However, the Dragonslayer's
primary mission and most significant
contribution to the strike group is a
search and rescue platform in sup-
port of flight operations from USS
From watching the sun rise during
an early morning mission, to flying
until the wee hours of the night under
a starlit sky, the Dragonslayers of
HS-11 have consistently proven that
they are ever ready and fully capable
to meet the unique needs of a United
States naval strike group in today's
dynamic global environment.
N AS Jacksonville wil
servance Sept. 1,9 ai
at the All Saints Chapel to 1
Americans who are former
as well as those who are st
counted for and their families
The keynote speaker is
Navy Capt. Henry "Hank"
He was deployed with VA-55
USS Hancock (CV 19) flying
Skyhawk when he was shot do
Hanoi, Vietnam July 11, 197
ejecting, he was captured a
in Hanoi for more than nine
until his release March 28, 19
Lesesne, a native of South
graduated from the Citadel
with a bachelor's degree in hi
October 1958, he entered the
States Navy and received h
Recognition observance scheduled
in 1960. His first tour of duty was at VA-127, then as an instructor for VA-
NAS Jacksonville, first as an instruc- 122. He later transferred to VA-113
1 hold a tor pilot with VA-44, then with VA-176 where he became commanding offi-
ion Ob- on board USS Shangri-La (CV-38). cer of the squadron. He later joined
t 1 p.m. In February 1964, he received Commander Task Force 77 staff
lonor all orders to VT-7 in Meridian, Miss. as where his assignments included Naval
r POWs, an instructor pilot flying T-2A's. After Operations in the Pentagon, Armed
ill unac- completing this tour, he reported to Forces Staff College, the Joint Chiefs
s. VA-81 at NAS Cecil Field, flying the of Staff, and his final assignment in
retired A-4 Skyhawk. While there he made the Navy was as head of the Navy
Lesesne. two Mediterranean cruises, on board Command Center in Washington, D.C.
on board USS Shangri-La and during the maid- Lesesne retired from the Navy with
the A-4 en cruise of USS John F. Kennedy 31 years of service in 1989. He and his
own over (CVA-67). wife, Linda live in Ponte Vedra Beach.
2. After In July 1969, Lessene was again They have three daughters, four grand-
ind held assigned to VA-44 as an instructor daughters and one grandson.
months pilot in the A-4 before reporting to The POW Pledge of Allegiance will
)73. NAS Lemoore, Calif. in April 1970 be led by Herman Lodinger, who dur-
Carolina, where he was an instructor for VA- ing World War II, was a bombardier
in 1958 127. He transferred to VA- 55 in with the Army Air Corp 564th Bomb
story. In August 1971. Squadron, 389th Group.
e United After repatriation, Lesesne returned_
is wings to flying status at NAS Lemoore with See POW, Page 16
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6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, August 30, 2007
Wounded Marine mends at NavHosp Jax
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
M arine Corps Cpl.
S a native of Bell,
Fla., has seen military
medicine come to his res-
cue and get him from a
desolate area of Iraq to
his family's arms. Naval
Hospital Jacksonville pro-
vided him with top-notch
care all along the way and
he continues to be well
cared for in his home state.
On Aug. 16, Corbin's
Humvee hit an improvised
explosive device (IED) while
his unit was patrolling an
area in the Anbar Province,
northwest of Baghdad.
By the following Monday,
he had arrived at Naval
At the same time some
very anxious family mem-
bers including his mother,
Brenda Ross Cooper, sis-
ter, Tasha Corbin, fianc6
Brianna Alexander and his
son, Donovan Corbin were
also headed to the hos-
pital to be his side. Little
Donovan was just a month
old when his dad deployed
four months ago.
'.squad did daily eight-hour
armored Humvee patrols
'of a specified area in the
region. On that Sunday,
S'Corbin and his squad were
searching for a stray ord-
nance. About four hours
S-into the search they decided
;.to search a berm alongside
�,,Wa canal. That's when their
vehicle exploded the IED.
Despite a blast that dev-
astated the Humvee all the
members of his squad sur-
vived. Corbin, sustained a
. broken leg, a crushed elbow,
small cuts, burns and bruis-
a::es. Vehicle Commander Cpl.
`;"Cameron Hanks who was
F'nhext to Corbin was stunned
and somewhat incoherent
following the blast; Gunner
Lance Cpl. Sou Thoa, who
was standing at his weapon,
was blown out of the vehicle
and suffered a concussion
and the Lance Cpl. Michael
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Photo by HM 1(SW) Michael Morgan
U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Matthew Corbin (center) is visited by his fiance, Brianna Alexander,
and 4-month-old son, Donovan, at Naval Hospital Jacksonville where he recuperated from
injuries just days after his Humvee was demolished by an improvised explosive device in Iraq.
Williams escaped pretty
Corbin said he was pretty
dazed for the first few min-
utes but as he was pulled
from the wreckage by fellow
Marines from a truck con-
voy. Army medics quickly
arrived on the scene by heli-
copter and prepared him for
transport to an Army field
hospital. Corbin said he was
aware enough to joke and tell
them he'd be all right. When
he got back to the forward
operating base, his wounds
were cleaned and the wounds
stabilized surgically. From
there, he was transported to
Landstuhl Regional Medical
Center in Germany where
his wounds were closed
and braced. The next day,
he was medically evacuated
to Andrews Air Force Base,
Md. He stayed there over-
night before his final trans-
port to Jacksonville.
Meanwhile, his family had
been contacted by the Marine
Corps notifying them that he
had been wounded. Shaken
by the news, Brianna said,
she and the rest of the fam-
ily hastily arranged to come
to Jacksonville to be here to
be with him.
While his return could
certainly have been under
Corbin said that he looks
forward to recovering to
as close to 100 percent as
possible. A plus is that he
will be able to see more of
his son as he grows up. He
observed that Donovan had
already changed a lot while
he was away. "You don't
realize how quickly they
grow up," he said.
He said he's been in con-
tact with his squad back in
Iraq and learned that while
Thoa's condition is still being
evaluated, everyone seems
to be doing pretty well, now.
In fact, Williams is back on
patrol, this time in Corbin's
seat as the driver.
In addition, to the pain
of his wounds, Corbin said,
the hardest part of this has
been being away from his
fellow Marines. "I kind of
miss the guys," he said. "It
kind of got to be a routine,
you have someone to argue
with everyday, to talk to
everyday and you're used
to doing your job. I feel a
little guilty knowing that
they are now shouldering
my part of the job as well."
Corbin said this is the
first time he's really faced
anything like this. In fact,
he's never been hospital-
ized for anything. But
he says he's taking it one
day at a time. At Naval
Hospital Jacksonville he
went through a couple of
rounds of surgery to repair
his leg and put a plate
and pin in his elbow. He's
started therapy and there
will be additional treat-
ments. Corbin checked out
of the hospital Aug. 24 and
headed home with his fam-
ily. In Jacksonville, he and
his family were well looked
after by Orthopedic Surgeon
Cmdr. Gregory Harback,
Safe Harbor Coordinator
HMCS Deborah Bannister
and Case Manager Sherry
Dotson as well as the entire
surgical ward team.
Corbin is still proud to
be a United States Marine.
"I always wanted to be a
Marine since I was little,"
he said adding, "If you're
going to do something, do
something that is the best.
CNO approves physical fitness uniform
By Sharon Anderson
Chief of Naval Personnel
Public Affairs '
Chief of Naval Oper-
ations Adm. Mike
Mullen approved the
first Navy physical fitness
uniform for all Sailors E-1
through 0-10 this week.
"The goal was to design
a uniform for wear dur-
ing command directed
group and unit PT activi-
ties and that our Sailors
will be proud to wear," said
Chief of Naval Personnel
Vice Adm. John Harvey Jr.
"What CNO has delivered
more than meets that goal."
The uniform consists of
a gold short-sleeved shirt
and Navy blue shorts. The
shirt is moisture wicking
and odor resistant polyes-
ter with Navy in reflective
lettering on back with and
The nylon moisture wick-
ing and odor resistant Navy
blue shorts come in six and
eight inch lengths, provid-
ing standard appearance
among different height
Sailors, it also has reflective
piping and reflective Navy
lettering. The shorts have
side pockets with a hidden
ID card pocket inside the
"We carefully evaluated
the materials, styling and
functionality in designing
this uniform," said Harvey.
"We looked at the lessons
learned from thetheher ser-
vices and got feedback from
our Sailors - young, mature,
male, female, officer and
enlisted and arrived at this
"This is a high quality,
high performance product
that I know our Sailors will
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Upon delivery to the fleet,
anticipated to be spring
2008, all command direct-
ed physical training and
semi-annual physical fit-
ness tests will be performed
while wearing the PT uni-
form. However, the uniform
does not have to be worn
during individual exercise.
"Sailors may still wear
personal PT gear when not
participating in command
PT activities or the semi
annual fitness tests," said
Robert Carroll, head, Navy
Uniform Matters Office.
Uniform availability at
uniform centers and com-
mand uniform distribution
activities will be phased in
beginning with major Fleet
concentration areas in
spring 2008. Reserve enlist-
ed will be issued uniforms
by their commands.
Sailors' clothing replace-
ment allowance will be
adjusted starting Oct. 1,
2007 to allow for the pur-
chase of two sets of short
sleeve shirts and shorts.
"We have designated
optional items including a
long-sleeved shirt, compres-
sion shorts, head gear and
running shoes which can be
worn during these events."
A Navy wind suit is also
in the works.
A NavAdmin providing
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Lean Six Sigma is successful
behavior goes from
'push model' to 'pull model'
What does this mean? It means that Lean Six
Sigma (LSS) has its greatest successes when
employees get involved and utilize LSS in
their daily work. synergizing the organization. "Pull"
means that beyond investing the money in the train-
ing, setting up the structures. Navy Region Southeast
has at the "floor level." or working level, a willingness
to use LSS processes to improve daily work.
Leadership needs to answer the "what's in it for me"
"W.I.I..M." at all levels within the organization. The
key to LSS's success is incorporating it into daily pro-
cedures at every level, bow we get things done around
Rear Adm. Hugh Blackwood, deputy commander,
Navy Region Southeast, who has implemented LSS
initiatives in civilian industry for nearly a decade,
gave the following example.
"Initiatives start at the top," said Blackwood. "But
they only succeed when they empower floor level
employees to take charge and take action. Once you
have people that are willing to work as a team, who
get a few successes behind them, they begin to create
Blackwood related an anecdote wherein an LSS ini-
tiative started by a human resources (HR) department
achieved amazing success because it actively involved
the people on the factory floor in interviewing appli-
cants, rather than just creating questions for the HR
department, as previously had been done.
How does a successful team work? Let's take the
example of a team chartered for a rapid improvement
project (a rapid improvement project is one that has
been identified as having quick solutions). The team
building proceeds as follows, according to Blackwood.
1. The team develops a simple set of ground rules
to teach people how to interact and operate in a team
environment. Remember, we are adding value not
verbage. Every successful teams follows four phases.
2. "Forming, storming, norming, performing," the
a. Forming - create the team, write a charter,
b. Storming - disagreement on approach or having
only a partial solution, seeing things through their
eyes only, creating a "tug a war" among personalities
and work styles. Team members must sort this out.
c. Norming - Behaviors begin to change, folks show
up on time, or even early, work gets done before meet-
ings, people speak freely, meetings are effective.
d. Performing - Execute the plan. Decisions are
reached by consensus not voting, progress is visible,
supported, and encouraged to move on.
The key is that the team takes things into their own
hands and delivers; thus, creating a "pull" of LSS tools
elsewhere within the region. No longer does the team
require a "push" from leadership to produce results.
At the end of this process, a successful LSS team
changes the way things are done. Team efficiency
breeds improved process effectiveness. It's as simple
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Photos by HM 1(SW) Michael Morgan
HN Oscar Gonzalez is reunited with his son, Oscar, and wife, Katherine, and greeted by Naval
Hospital Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono as he returns home along with more than 30
other personnel from a six-month deployment to NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Aug. 18.
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Cuba, Aug. 18. Other deployment rotations for smaller groups included .
personnel returning from Afghanistan and Expeditionary Medical Facility
Kuwait as well as medical personnel going to Afghanistan. Helping the;
mission stateside, the hospital is providing a dentist and three hospital
corpsmen to a summer surge team at Naval Health Clinic Great Lakes,
III. to help out as the influx of recruits reporting for training peaks in the
summer months. Throughout all this the hospital continues to provide-
quality care and service to patients here at home.
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Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel greets NAS Jax Fire
Prevention Chief Charles McCoy (far left) and Fire Inspector David Jordan while browsing
the different booths.
CTA2 Sheenah Thrasher performs an African dance during the event.
By AO1(AW) Ron McClain
1 he Multi-Cultural Awareness
Committee (MCAC) held
Ir its seventh annual Multi-
Cultural Awareness Fair at the
Bachelor Officer's Quarters Pavilion
The fair showcased numerous dif-
ferent cultures through entertain-
ment, command-sponsored booths,
car and bike show and special food
provided by the galley.
The special event was made possi-
ble thanks to the efforts of the MCAC
volunteers throughout the base, both
tenant commands and civilians. "This
has been the best and largest turnout
I have ever seen," said Commander,
Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm.
Committee members give many
hours of their time coordinating this
event each year. "This event is a per-
fect opportunity to bring military and
Department of Defense employees
together to learn about the diverse
cultures working aboard NAS Jax,"
said MCAC President TMI(SW/AW)
"It's a good chance to get to see
other cultures and enjoy the enter-
tainment," added Marcano. "If we
can get people together to enjoy these
fairs it will improve the working
atmosphere for all of us. There are
so many differences in culture, if we
understand that then it will enable
us to work better and understand
Bruce Kristol of Naval Hospital Jacksonville explains the importance of supporting rainfor-
est conservation efforts to NAS Fire Inspector Robert Winchester.
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt.
Jack Scorby Jr. gives the opening
remarks for the seventh annual Multi-
Cultural Awareness Fair last Thursday at
the BOQ Pavilion.
"The fair would not have been such
a success if it had not been for all of
the volunteers," said NAS Jax Equal
Opportunity Advisor HMCS(AW/
FMF) Bryce McNair. "We had volun-
teers commands throughout the base.
They worked hard to put everything
together so that everyone could come
out and enjoy the festivities. They
have done a great job."
The day full of events was kicked
off with a few words from NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack
Scorby Jr. " The MCAC has done a
great job putting this fair together,"
said Scorby. "Our community here at
NAS Jax is made up of a wide vari-
ety of cultural backgrounds, ethnic
groups and spiritual beliefs. This fair
is a great way to get out here and
recognize the different contributions
of each of these groups."
Once the food line opened, the line
grew longer and longer as guests
gathered to dine on the various types
of food from different cultures. The
lines were long but the volunteers
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BMC(SW) Jamie Hamilton explains his speaker system to onlookers during the car, truck
and motorcycle show.
MC2(AW/NAC) Lynn Friant
TM1 (SW) Chris Garcia of NAS Jax Weapons Department sets up his Nissan Maxima dur-
ing the car show.
FAIR: Entertainment styles included
Latin, African, Polynesian, Caribbean
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and staff worked hard to feed all the
guests. There was also plenty of water
and cold drinks to go around.
While everyone was enjoying the great
meal provided, entertainment was pro-
vided by the Navy Region Southeast
Band led by MU1 Kenny Oliver. The
band played as the vocals where sung
by MU2 Mallory McKendry.
Other entertainment included African.
Polynesian and Salsa dances and the
Caribbean Stilt Walkers.
There was a good turn out for the Car,
Truck and Bike Show. BMC(SW) Jamie
Hamilton of NAS Jax won best of show
with his 2003 Cadillac Escalade.
First place in the motorcycle category
went to AOI(AW) Ron McClain of NAS
Jax. Michael Paul of Fleet Readiness
Center Southeast placed first for his car
and the first place truck award went to
car went to CWO2 Eligio Zelez of the
NAS Jax Security Depaitment.
All in all it was a very good turnout
for this year's fair. The planning for
next year will begin early.
Anyone interested in helping out with
next year's event or who would like to
join the MCAC, can call 542-1225.
Malia Williams of Navy Facilities Engineering Command Southeast per-
forms a traditional Hawaiian dance.
ACC(AW/SW) Anterio Mack (left) presents AO1 (AW) Ron McClain with a trophy for
placing first in the motorcycle division.
ACC(AW/SW) Anterio Mack of NAS Jax Air Operations (right) presents Michael Paul of
Fleet Readiness Center Southeast with the first-place trophy in the car division.
MU2 Mallory McKendry of the Navy Region Southeast Band belts out wome songs dur-
ing lunch at the fair.
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10 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, August 30, 2007
Be prepared, in season
and out of season
By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina for what?" I just accepted on faith that
NAS Jax Chapel I had to be prepared. In scouting the
motto became an integral part of a belief
A minister, already having preached system, which hopefully translated itself
about an hour, noticed one of into practical daily living.
his church members sleeping. Many years later I came to better
Embarrassed, the minister motioned understand that "being prepared" is
for an usher. The usher located the primarily an attitude, a life-style deci-
sleeping man and, taking a long stick, sion. As a boy I didn't fully understand
gently tapped him. The man snored on. the long-term value of that
The usher tapped him again, . principle which still serves
but a little firmer. The man me today. Many years later
continued to enjoy his sweet I also came to understand
dreams. ' . that the Boy Scouts had not
By this time the usher's invented the motto. It was
face was red with embarrass- actually borrowed. Deep in
ment and then that the usher the pages of my Bible I read,
soundly whacked the man's "Be prepared, in season and
head. The man slumped out of season."
from the pew and fell on the. Being prepared is pretty all
floor. Thinking he had really encompassing. The challenge
injured the man, the usher of the call demands attention
knelt at his side only to hear ." ' to all facets of life. Being pre-
him mutter, "Hit me again. I Chaplain pared has a special meaning
can still hear him." (Lt.) Joe Molina to all of us who regularly are
Being prepared for all con- required to do things beyond
tingencies is not an easy thing, espe- our natural desires and abilities. There
cially when it comes to listening to long- are five priorities that are given the
winded preachers or boring chaplain's highest place for those of us who strive
articles. But, being prepared is a must to be prepared.
in our business. So, if you fall asleep 1. Be prepared to stand for the truth.
while reading this article be prepared for We are to be first, last and always pro-
the "long stick." claimers of truth; be it in reporting to
I was a Boy Scout as a child. Some of our superiors or in a casual conversation
my fondest memories come from that at chow hall.
period of time in my life. I liked being a 2. Be prepared in season and out of
Scout so much that I literally had to be season. That is, be instant, be urgent
asked to leave when I became too old for today not tomorrow because we don't
it. * know what tomorrow brings. The oppor-
I remember the motto of Scouting: "Be tunities that appear today will quickly
prepared." I remember the tremendous vanish at the dawn of a new day.
amount of preparation and attention to 3. Be prepared to correct those that
detail that went into every camping trip. are heading in the wrong direction.
Our Troop 729 was located in New York Intervene in the lives of those that des-
City and we were real purists. We slept perately need help but are afraid to ask.
in tents in all kinds of weather. Ten and 4. Be prepared to rebuke with love
11-year-old boys hiked for miles with 40 and careful concern. Those who insist
to 50 pounds on their backs. We were on making decisions and taking actions
taught to survive each experience. We that pose a detriment to themselves and
were also prepared to help each other. others.
These memories are still very much alive 5. Be prepared to encourage and
in me today along with the motto, "Be instruct. Those who are placed under our
prepared." supervision. The power of positive men-
The motto implied that we were to be touring must never be underestimated.
prepared at all moments. But you know, Have a happy, safe and blessed Labor
it never occurred to me to ask, "Prepared Day weekend!
Protecting the homefront: Know
your Social Security benefits
For an active-duty
death, benefits are
received from three
principle sources: the
Department of Defense, the
Department of Veteran's
Affairs, and the Social
All benefit amounts
increase yearly and cur-
rent benefits are always
posted on Navy Mutual
Aid Association's Web site
(click on Services, then
click of Federal Benefits
Social Security: Not just
for retirees. Many people
think of Social Security as
only a retirement benefit.
However, Social Security is
a valuable resource for your
family in the event of your
death or disability.
For this reason, all ser-
vice members should under-
stand the status of their
Social Security account.
The Social Security
Administration is mak-
ing this easy to do. Once
you reach age 25 you will
receive an annual state-
ment, about three months
before your birthday.
This important and easy
to read document provides
the details of your Social
Security contributions for
every year you have worked
and provides estimated
benefits that could be paid,
including survivor benefits.
The Primary Insurance
Amount (PIA) is the basis
for all benefits paid through
Social Security. PIA is
calculated by the Social
from a member's work his-
tory and Social Security tax
Some people are not
aware that every dollar
which they contribute to
Social Security is matched
by a dollar from your
employer. This results a
considerable account value
over a lifetime. The Social
Security Statement should
be kept with your impor-
tant personal documents
such as your will, powers of
attorney and life insurance
Social Security can pro-
vide a substantial benefit
for a surviving spouse if you
have minor children. Social
Security Survivor benefits
provide for children under
the age of 18 (19 if still in
high school) and a spouse
who is the guardian of chil-
dren under the age of 1.6. In
each of these cases benefits
are paid at a rate of 75 per-
cent of the service members
PIA on the date of death
and benefits are paid every
However, these benefits
are subject to a "Family
Maximum Benefit" which
is calculated by the Social
and is shown on the annu-
al Social Security state-
ment. It is typically about
1.75 times the PIA. As with
DIC, children must receive-
their benefits through a
parent or guardian. Based
on 10 years of service the
survivor benefit calculator
at Social Security online.
An E-6 with a wife and two
small children would pass
a benefit initially valued
at $1,951 per month from
Once the oldest child
turns 16, spouses lose
their benefit. An unmar-
ried spouse may reapply
for a reduced survivor ben-
efit as early as age 60. At
that time the benefit will
be about 71.5 percent of
the PIA. This reduction is
permanent. The longer an
unmarried spouse waits
to reapply after age 60 the
greater the benefit.
Social Security benefits
are subject to annual COLA
increases. It should be
noted that if your spouse
'is employed, his/her earned
income could offset all or
part of the Social Security
Survivor benefit received
after age 60.
There is also a lump-sum
death benefit of $255 avail-
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spouse or surviving chil-
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he Naval War College's (NWC)
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This highly acclaimed program parallels,
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All applicants must have a baccalaureate
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. " Photos by YNC Carvarie Bennett
AT1 Brian Bowins sands the Nease High
School NJROTC trailer as part of the chief
petty officer selectee's community service
project Aug. 18.
AWl James Brown
c a wall in the
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W whether it's spring and
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before heading out, be sure to
review some basic safety tips.
Most bicycling accidents
occur less than five blocks from
home, and are 'the result of falls.
Collisions with motor vehicles
account, for only 20 percent of bike
injuries, but these collisions are
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reflectors, clothing with reflective
urself tape, and a headlight.
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Children need more safety
instruction than adults. Because
they don't drive yet, they don't
understand traffic patterns or
anticipate drivers decisions. Also,
for bike riders
they tend to follow each other,
resulting in peer-pressure inju-
ries, such as when the last child
in the group doesn't stop at a stop
sign in order to keep up with the
rest of the group.
.Fit your child's bike so that both
feet touch the ground when he or
she straddles the bike. Gearless
bikes are easiest for children to
maneuver. Teach them to stop
and look both ways before com-
ing out of a driveway or alley, and
to walk their bike across busy
Check with the military base
closest to you for safety workshops
for children. Often installation
Safety Centers host bicycle safe-
ty stand-downs for families. The
Bicycle Safety Education Resource
Center provides bicycle safety
information to assist in teaching
your child to ride safely.
Biking on base
While on-base biking tends
to be rather safe due to enforced
safety rules, off-duty biking is
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off-duty recreational mishaps is the
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See BIKE SAFETY, Page 16
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12 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, August 30, 2007
My 'identity' crisis
By Beth Wiruth
Think I am experiencing an identi-
ty crisis. When I became a military
spouse I was not aware that I would
lose my 'identity' by marrying that hand-
some man in uniform. Perhaps you can
relate. "May I have the last four of your
sponsor's Social Security number?"
"Sponsor's social, please" Sponsor's date of
For civilian readers, let me explain. In
the military my service member is called
my 'sponsor.' I am his 'dependent.' To
access services such as a doctor's appoint-
ment I am asked for my sponsor's data
- not my own. I have rattled off my hus-
band's data so often I no longer know my
own Social Security number (literally I'd
have to get it out to check). Can you relate?
Now, I realize that I married into the
military a little late. I was a civilian for 40
years before I married my Sailor. Marriage
brought many adjustments. However, prior
to getting married I had a lot of my own ID
that people acknowledged, respected and
requested. I have my own driver's license,
library card, credit card and bank account.
I have my own social security number. I
have my own birthdate!
I do find it comical is that the Department
of Defense chose the term 'dependent' for
family members. As a spouse it is especially
curious and the fodder of jokes. How can we
be dependent upon someone who spends far
too much time away to become 'dependent'
upon? Dependent? No, we may not start out
as such but we quickly (about six to eight
weeks into our first deployment) become
strong military wives and husbands. Isn't
that the dictionary definition of 'indepen-
Interestingly, my place in military soci-
ety also seems strangely influenced by
my husband. It seems my social circle is
uniquely linked to my husband's rank as
opposed to shared experiences or interests.
This is fascinating!
So, like the many military spouses before
me I wrestle with my identity crisis in the
shadow of my husband's career. I want
to scream, "I exist! I am more than an
appendage to my service member!" I stomp
my feet, thrust my fist in the air and firmly
declare, "I have my own ID therefore I am!"
Ok, enough drama. Yes this was a tongue
in cheek look at an oddity faced by all
military spouses. I know I am letting this
get to me and am reminded of the wis-
dom of authors Holly Scherer and Kathie
Hightower offered in their book, "Help! I
Married the Military, I get a Life, Too! by
focusing on the hurdles, challenges and
inconveniences we miss what we do have.
We are unable to see the many things that
can bring us fulfillment and joy.
So I decided to deal with my identity cri-
ses. I was just about to pull out my 'big girl
panties' and' get over it when I reported
for a scheduled doctor's appointment. I
presented the hospital corpsman (no civil-
ian equivalent but similar to a nurse) my
'dependent ID.' The corpsman then asked
me for my social security number and date
of birth. I quickly rattled off my sponsor's
data. The corpsman smiled and said,
"Excuse me ma'am, may I have your social
security number and date of birth?"
Tears welled in my eyes. I do exist!
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NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes
By Linda Brown
The Navy Marine Corp Relief Society
(NMCRS) at NAS Jax offers Budget
for Babies classes every first and
third Wednesday of each month. These
comprehensive classes are available to
all military personnel and their family
members. Participation of both parents is
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and
financial planner helps the expecting par-
ents prepare a budget for baby from birth
through college. He offers money saving
tips for buying baby's first items such as
furniture, car seats, carriers and strollers.
Retirement planning for parents is also
At the conclusion of the class each fam-
ily is given "baby's first sea bag", valued
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a Gerber layette and a blanket knitted by
The classes are held at NMCRS in
Building 13 from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the
first Wednesday of each month and from
6-8 p.m. on the third Wednesday.
To register or for more information, call
NAS Jax Ombudsman
workshops will be
held 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
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ombudsmen to proper-
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age, TRICARE officials remind students for TRICARE coverage. The premiums for
to call or visit the nearest uniformed ser- this coverage are currently $933 per quar-
vices ID card-issuing facility and ask about ter for individuals. Coverage is limited to
documentation needed to extend benefits
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FSC offers educational and support programs
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; Life Skills Education and Support Sept. 10-13, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. -
'TProgram is the foremost preventive mea- Transition Assistance Workshop (separat-
.ure for avoidance of personal and family ing)
problems. Sept. 11, 9 a.m. - noon Stress
All FFSC workshops and classes are free Sept. 11, 9 a.m. - noon - Stress
"to service members and their families as Management Workshop
well as Department of Defense civilian per- Sept. 13, 1:30-4 p.m.- Smooth Move
sonnel aboard the base. Workshop
Pre-registration is required. If special Sept. 24-27, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. -
accommodations or handicapped access is .Transition Assistance Workshop (retiring)
required, please notify FFSC upon regis- Sept. 25, 9 a.m. - noon - Anger
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The following workshops are available in For further information or to register,
September: call 542-2766, Ext. 127.
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From Personnel Support
Appointments for ID
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the Web site to avoid
the wait associated with walk
in customers. Appointments
can be made by civilians,
retirees and active duty mem-
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children transferring over-
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make individual appoint-
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ID cards can be reissued
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for anyone who is not
physically able to travel
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doctor stating that the per-
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Photo by HM 1 (SW) Michael Morgan
The Naval Hospital Jacksonville Color Guard marches onto the field following the intro-
duction of the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Aug. 18 NFL preseason home game against
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. Members of the
Color Guard included (left to right) CS3 Lloyd Wynn, HM2 Ronald Fanniel, HM3 Eliseo
Rodriguez and CS3 Raymond Grant. A member of the Hospital Color Guard, HM2 Miguel
Montoya, will also represent the Navy in a Joint Service Color Guard in a Sept. 9 Jaguars
regular season game against the Tennessee Titans.
Jaguars tickets on sale at the USO
From the USO
It's that time again! 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 easy reference.
Since the Jacksonville Jaguar inaugu-
ral season, the Greater Jacksonville Area
USO has sold Jaguars tickets to each home
game at minimal cost. The Jacksonville
Jaguars generosity is not duplicated 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 rea-
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-
Volunteers needed for
From the USO
T he 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.
C)T KET SALE'S
tion imposed last year which did not allow
single military personnel to take a civilian
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 personnel, civil service
personnel and civilians are not authorized
entry to any Jaguars game through the use
of a USO ticket.
The cost of the USO ticket is $8 per tick-
et, regardless of age. Individual tickets go
on sale two Mondays prior to the game, or
two 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.
For more information, please visit www.
USO golf tournament
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-
firstname.lastname@example.org by Sept. 10 to sign up.
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*9:30am - 3 on 3 Basketball *9:30am - Washers
*lOam - Bowling ** 11:30am - Tug-of-War
*11 am - Dodge ball ** 1pm - CO Challenge Canoe Race
*Ipm - One Pitch Softball 2pmr -Awards Presentation
*Sign-up for these events by noon Friday, September 21
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, August 30, 2007 15
Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Lt. Cmdr. Chris Levitt of the VS-31 "Topcats"greets his wife, Erica, and son, Ethan (2), after
arriving home from a six-month deployment.
from final deployment
Family and friends of VS-31 "Topcats" Executive Officer Cmdr. John Stofan (center, kneeling)
welcome him home after the deployment.
. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
An S-3B Viking, from
the "Topcats" of VS-31,
launches from the flight deck
of Nimitz-class aircraft carrier
USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74)
during their recent
From Page 1
in sea surveillance and con-
trol (SSC), air wing tanking
and general surveillance
for the battle group. SSC
is a skill inherent and per-
fected by only S-3B Viking
squadrons. Crews pro-
vide an overall picture of
all surface and subsurface
contacts within 200 miles
of the aircraft carrier. In
missions sometimes last-
ing more than four hours,
aircrews had the daunting
task of locating, tracking
and assessing every ship in
Upon return from their
missions, crews were also
tasked with the aerial refu-
eling of fighter/attack air-
craft returning home from
overland missions. Without
fuel, these aircraft would
have to find a divert field
In late April, the carrier
made its way through the
Straits of Hormuz making
a port call in Dubai, United
Arab Emirates. Sailors
were given time to relax on
the beaches, experience the
native culture, contact love
ones and get ready for the
next mission ahead.
In May, Stennis bounced
back and forth from the
Arabian Sea to the Arabian
Gulf engaging in both
OEF in Afghanistan and
Operation Iraqi Freedom
(OIF) over Iraq. It was dur-
ing OIF that the Topcats
added one more skill to
their already full bag of
tricks. While still retaining
tanking and SSC responsi-
bilities, they also engaged
in non-traditional intel-.
figence, surveillance and
reconnaissance flights over
Southern Iraq in support
of coalition forces on the
ground. Utilizing a new
sensor, aircrews aided them
in finding improvised explo-
sive devices. VS-31 aircrew
also became the eyes in the
sky for military convoys.
Later that month, Stennis
again pulled into Dubai for
some more rest and relax-
June and July found the
Topcats once again engaged
in both the Northern
Arabian Gulf and Arabian
Sea honing their skills and
providing support to the
air wing and ground forces.
Once again the squadron's
aircrew and maintainer's
professionalism kept jets in
the air flying safely.
At the end of July, the
carrier crossed through
the Straits of Malacca
across the equator allow-
ing Sailors to go through a
special ceremony to become
"Shellbacks" before visiting
Singapore and Hong Kong.
After enjoying the sights
of these Asian countries,
the battle group participat-
ed in the multi-force exer-
AME1 Don Danhour, his wife, Leslie, and sons, Bransdon (in
orange) and Justin, are interviewed by FOX reporter Matt
Saffer at the homecoming. "We're definitely going to Disney
World," said the family, excitedly.
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Madison, after getting off the aircraft.
cise "Valiant Shield." This
exercise consisted of three
carrier battle groups as
well as Air Force assets all
working together for seven
days near Guam. During
the exercise, Topcat main-
tainers found themselves
supporting close to 20 sor-
ties a day and aircrew
who generally fly once or
twice a day, were airborne
three times each day. One
highlight was the sinking
of a decommissioned ship.
Aircrew used both conven-
tional and smart weapons
to send the old vessel down
to the bottom of the Pacific
Ocean to become a reef for
Another highlight during
the cruise was when VS-31
Commanding Officer Cmdr.
Muhammad Muzzafar Khan
made his 1000th arrested
landing, something very
few reach in their careers.
While deployed, the
Topcats flew 1,483 sorties,
totaling more than 3,500
hours and 1,480 arrested
landings. VS-31 flew 21
combat missions and 86.3
combat flight hours to
assist coalition ground forc-
es engaged in direct com-
bat with the enemy. The
squadron also received the
Arnold Jay Isbell Award for
undersea and surface war-
fare excellence and were
awarded the Global War on
With all that behind
them, Stennis and the
Topcats steamed across the
Pacific and into the port of
Pearl Harbor where many
crewmembers were greet-
ed by family members and
friends. The visitors were
also allowed to participate
in a Tiger Cruise giving
them the opportunity to
spend a few days at sea to
view what daily life is like
on a naval vessel and spend
time with their loved ones.
During the cruise, VS-31
provided some entertain-
ment with an air demon-
stration and guests partici-
pated in various activities
on board the ship.
The cruise ended Monday
for the Topcats when the
ship pulled into NAS North
Island Monday dropping
off aircrew en route to its
homeport in Washington
As VS-31 members
arrived home to NAS
Jacksonville after their
final deployment, they were
welcomed by hundreds
of family members and
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BENEFITS: Know what you are entitled to
From Page 10
2001, the Survivor Benefit
Plan has been applicable to
all active-duty deaths which
means the surviving spouse
may now be eligible for a
portion of a service mem-
ber's retired pay.
The retired pay in the
case of active-duty deaths
is calculated as though the
service member died in a
100 percent disabled retired
status and is computed
as 75 percent of the ser-
vice member's final pay (or
*y high-three pay, whichever
is applicable). SBP will ini-
""tially be 55 percent of that
SBP is currently offset
dollar for dollar by the sur-
viving spouse's DIC bene-
fit, currently $993, which
means there may not be
-any SBP payments for sur-
-4ovivor of junior service mem-
" The exception to this
" occurs when there are chil-
dren involved as a recent
'change allows SBP to be
paid under the "Child Only"
option which is not offset
by spouse DIC. Benefits
received under the child
only option are paid while
the youngest child is under
the age of 18, 22 if they
attend post secondary edu-
cation. In the case of our 10
year E6 example, the final
pay based on high three
$2,560. Retired pay would
be calculated as 75 percent
of that base pay which is
$1,920. SBP would then
start out as 55 percent of
that retired pay or $1,056
minus the $993 spouse DIC,
which would leave $63 per
month from SBP.
Although small in -this
case, SBP becomes a sig-
nificant benefit as senior-
ity and length of service
increase. SBP annuities
also receive annual COLA
These benefits are all
provided in addition to any
lump sums that may be
paid through insurance pol-
icies like SGLI. Given the
significant amount of initial
income provided from these
sources the funds received
from SGLI, etc could be
invested to provide income
later in life when Social
Security benefits decrease
or could be used to cover
the cost of college educa-
For example, invest-
ing the maximum SGLI
coverage benefit amount
of $250,000 at seven per-
cent interest would result
in an additional income of
$17,000 per year without
decreasing the $250,000
are not things we like
to talk about with
our families. Most of us
think that "it will never
happen to me."
However, if tragedy
strikes, these benefits can
provide the family with
a solid financial security.
Remember, except for the
Service Death Gratuity, the
family must apply for each
of these benefits. Therefore,
a good understanding of
these benefits is essential,
not only for you, but your
family as well.
If you would like a
copy of Navy Mutual Aid
Summary, send an email
with your name and address
org or you can view the
information online at Na-
vy Mutual click on "ser-
vices" and then on "Federal
You can also receive a
tailored printout of spe-
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FRCSE: Matthews replaces Scanlan
From Page 1
our success with the Four Disciplines of
.Execution process and we will focus on
our most important goals: on-time deliv-
ery of aircraft, engines, and components,
reducing our costs and developing our most
important resource, our people. We will
achieve these goals by setting and main-
taining a cadence of accountability."
For the past two years in his role as the
FRCSE executive officer, Matthews was
involved in organizational change, Lean/
Six-Sigma and The Four Disciplines of
Execution process improvement transfor-
During his speech, Kilcline said, "The
work the FRC does is critical to the success
of naval aviation and that means it is criti-
cal' to the success of young men and young
women who are flying in support of troops
on the ground in Iraq and Afghanistan."
Kilcline concluded his remarks stating
the important role FRCSE has in support-
ing naval aviation. "Whether we're answer-
ing a call for close air support or a call for
a medical evacuation helo someplace where
the roads are washed out, the capabili-
ties naval aviation provides are the result
of the hard work of thousands of people
to make sure our aircrews have the right
equipment to get their jobs done," said
Kilcline. "We could not do what the nation
needs us to do without FRCSE."
Outgoing Commanding Officer Capt.
John Scanlan recognized his family and
distinguished guests and spoke of the mile-
stones and accomplishments the command.
attained. He thanked his many friends and
family members for their support during
his naval career. He also expressed appre-
ciation to many groups within the facility
and city for their continued support to the
Scanlan also reflected on former com-
manding officers and others he had served
with. "Each of these leaders as well as
every Sailor, chief and officer, I have
served with helped me frame the mea-
sure of service to our nation and for 26
years, I answered the cadence of service.
For the last four, it has been my privilege
to serve with the finest patriots in our
country, many on their second career serv-
ing the Navy and our nation," remarked
Scanlan. "Together, they have been shap-
ing the future of naval aviation. They have
been establishing the rhythm of excellence,
the beat of performance to promise, and
cadence of accountability."
At the end of Scanlan's remarks, Rear
Adm. Michael Hardee, commander, Fleet
Readiness Centers, presented him with the
Legion of Merit award. The ceremony con-
cluded with Scanlan presenting a flag that
had been flown at FRCSE July 4, 2007, to
his grandson, John Michael Sword. The
ceremony also marked the retirement of
Scanlan from active duty.
POW: Guest speaker was WWII prisoner
JAA Ambassador Volunteer
Program needs volunteers
If you enjoy assisting people, are in good health,
can stand on your feet at least four hours or more,
can volunteer at least four or more hours in a day
per week (volunteers are needed seven days a
week from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., we can use you at the
Jacksonville International Airport. We are looking
for volunteers to assist passengers, visitors, airport
tenants and the Jacksonville Aviation Authority. If
interested, please contact Yvonne Pooler at 741-
Boy Scouts need some help
The-Boy Scouts of America is currently in need
of volunteers to work with at risk children In two
communities in Jacksonville. The program is
primarily In the afternoon for one hour, one day
a week. We also have some weekend activities
that the volunteers may attend. We understand
that monetary gifts are good, but time is the most
precious commodity of all, and being a team leader
can mean a lot to a young child. If not a team
leader, be a presenter to share your special skills
with children. If interested please contact Aubrey
Smith at 504-6182.
The Children's Home Society is looking for
volunteers to become mentors to children ages 4-
15 who have a parent incarcerated in prison. For
more information, call 493-7747.
The I.M. SulzbacherCenterforthe Homeless serves
more than 1,000 meals per day, every day of the
year. These meals are prepared and served with
the help of over, 100 civic, religious and business
organizations from the Jacksonville community.
Serving meals at the center Is a fun and feel-good
way to give back to the community. For information
about volunteering at the I.M. Sulzbacher Center
for the Homeless, call 394-1356.,
Big Brother/Big Sister Program
The most direct way to impact the life of a child
in our community is to volunteer your time as a
mentor. Big Brothers/Big Sisters has more than
300 children waiting to be matched with caring
adults. We have mentor programs that will work
with nearly anyone's schedule and all mentors
receive guidance and ongoing support from trained
staff members. To volunteer, call 727-9797 or send
an e-mail to email@example.com.
Dignity U Wear
Volunteers are needed to help process clothing in
order to fulfill the needs of our clients. Volunteers
are needed Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Contact
Michelle Charron at 636-9455 for information on
Help needed for Special Olympics
Volunteers 'are needed for Special Olympics.
Events are ongoing. For more- information, call
USO Welcome Center
Volunteers are needed to man the USO Welcome
Center at Jacksonville International Airport. A
variety of shift times are available. Call Lynne at
305-4467 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more
The Jacksonville and the Beaches Convention and
Visitor's Bureau is looking for volunteers to meet
and greet visitors to the Jacksonville area. For
more information, call Patti O'Neal at 421-9158.
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BIKE SAFETY: Take time to check your ride
From Page 11
On base, he encourages cyclists to
stay well within designated bike lanes.
OPNAVINST 5100.25A outlines the rules
for biking on base, including wearing light-
colored clothing and reflective clothing dur-
ing reduced visibility conditions.
. Pre-biking checklist
* Inspect tires. Ensure that the tire tread
is not worn, and the air pressure is correct.
Carry a spare tire or patch kit in a bike
pack. Learn how to change a tire before
going for a spin.
* Clean up. Wipe your bike down and oil
moving parts often.
* Make adjustments. Check that the
brakes bring the bike to a quick, smooth
stop. Make sure the seat and handlebars
are a good fit for your body.
From Page 5
A second lieutenant, his B-24 aircraft
was shot down over Nazi Germany. He was
taken prisoner and confined at Stalag Luft
3, the camp made famous by the "Great
Escape." Many of the escaped POWs were
. recaptured and executed, as depicted in
,the 1963 movie starring Steve McQueen.
At the end of the observance, the NAS
Jacksonville Weapons Department will ren-
der honors with a 21-gun salute, followed
by a missing man formation flyover of S-3
Viking aircraft from the VS-31 "Topcats,"
which are stationed at NAS Jacksonville. A
reception with refreshments will take place
in the Chapel's Fellowship Hall.
POW/MIA observances are held nation-
ally and reaffirm a promise to fallen com-
rades, "you are not forgotten."
Military and civilian employees are
encouraged to attend. The military attire
for participants is summer whites, working
uniform for military guests and appropri-
ate attire for civilians.
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(From left) Four members of The ROAR of the Jacksonville Jaguars: Kelsey Hoover, Sunny Hill,
Devin Wilkinson, and Amanda Matthews stopped at Hangar 1000 during their tour around
base Aug. 22 to sign their 2007 posters.
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For more information call 542-3493.
Summer bowling specials
Sunday - Family Day Special
$1 games all day
Wednesday - Dollar Night
$1 bowling, 6-10 p.m.,
Friday - Two Games and Shoes for $5
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
All you can bowl for $10, 9 p.m. - midnight
Saturday - Extreme Bowling
9 p.m. - midnight
$10-per person, includes shoe rental
Call 542-3521 for more information.
Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!
Budweiser Brew House
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday and Friday
7:30 p.m. - until close
Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m.
Sunday - Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
For more information on aquatics, call 542-2930.
Outdoor pool hours
Saturday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday, 1-5 p.m.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11 a.m. - noon
For more information about ITT trips or
ticket prices, please call 542-3318.
2008 Entertainment Books
Now on sale at ITT
$20 each plus free two-week membership
for "Entertainment on Vacation"
Jacksonville Jaguars tickets on sale now!
Ticket prices $40 - $56.50 (Limit four tick-
S ets per game per person)
Ride the ITT Jaguar Shuttle for only $10
per game or $80 for all regular home sea-
Daytona 500 tickets on sale now!
DePalma and Keech Box (limited number)
* Super Stretch (rows 1-20) $90
Super Stretch Tower (rows 33-51) $135
*these tickets are for both Feb. 16 and 17.
NEXTEL Fan Zone $75
ITT shuttle $15 (limited number of seats)
Halloween Horror Nights at Universal
Tickets are now available!
Sunday - Thursday $33.75, park hours
6:30 p.m. - midnight
Friday - $38.50, park hours 6:30 p.m. - 2
Saturday - $58, park hours 6:30 p.m. - 2
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted
to El-E5 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
Mall & Movie Trip
AMC Theater and Orange Park Mall
Jaguars vs. Titans Football Game
Comedy Zone Trip
Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details call 542-
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - In the Land of Women
Saturday, 5 p.m. - Surfs Up (PG) .
Saturday, 7 p.m. - Perfect Stranger (R)
Sept. 7, 7 p.m. - Next (PG-13)
Sept. 8, 5 p.m. - Shrek the Third (PG)
Sept. 8, 7 p.m. - 28 Weeks Later
Sept. 14, 7 p.m. - Fracture (R)
Sept. 15, 5 p.m. - Spider Man 3 (PG-13)
Sept. 15, 7 p.m. - Bug (R)
Sept. 21, 7 p.m. - Fantastic Four Rise of
the Silver Surfer
Sept. 22, 5 p.m. - The Invisible (PG-13)
Sept. 22, 7 p.m. - The Lookout (R)
Sept. 28, 7 p.m. - Slow Burn (R)
Sept. 29, 5 p.m. - Lucky You (PG-13)
Sept. 29, 7 p.m. - The Reaping (R)
For more information on the golf course, call
542-3249. For Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Sept. 4 and 18 for active duty
Sept. 6 and 20 for retirees and Department
of Defense personnel
Family Golf Clinics
Sept. 11, 25
4-5 p.m., $10, optional cart fee required.
Beginner Golf School
9-10 a.m., $75 includes five sessions
Video Golf Lesson
Every Wednesday through September
9 a.m. - noon
$25 per person
For information on booking command or'
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
Photos courtesy of the Mulberry Cove Marina
Four-year-old Ahmaud Jackson proudly dis-
plays a catfish that he and his family caught
recently near the Buckman Bridge.
please call the Officers'Club main office,
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday - Friday, 3 - 7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3 - 7 p.m.
Skipper "B" Sailing Class
Class 6 - September 7, 8, 9, 15 and 16
$150 per person
MWR Powerboat Class
$125 per person
* BIG savings on new homes ready now for quick move-in
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selections to personalize your new home or reduce
your interest rate and monthly payment
* FREE closing costs
Mike Dailey shows some of the fish he and
his family caught in the St. Johns River. The
group rented a boat from the Mulberry Cove
Marina to fish for the day. They brought home
catfish, trout, blackdrum, sheep's head and
red bass. For more information on what the
marina has to offer, call 542-3260.
Call 788-9772 for more information.
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Going on now at the Youth Center
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1 "Goldberg Variations"
5 Linguist Chomsky
9 Italian isle
14 Land unit
15 Arm bone
16 UFO captain
17 Brogue or oxford
18 Stop up
20 Start of a quip
23 Video-game shot
24 Hail to Caesar
25 DIY purchase
26 Sentry's command
27 "Higher Love" singer
31 Exxon predecessor
33 NYC subway line
34 Nastase of tennis
36 Lift up
40 Part 2 of quip
44 Winger of films
45 Teri of "Tootsie"
46 Capital of Colombia?
47 Zeno's birthplace
50 Kimono wearers
52 Writer Anita
55 Young ladies' org.
57 Away from the prow
58 On the mark
59 End of quip
64 Indian leader
66 Folder contents
67 Joyous event
71 NCO, fondly
73 Piles on
1 Riotous party
2 Painful throb
3 Toot one's own horn
4 Donkey's bray
5 Granular bodies in
6 Earthenware crock
7 Actress Aimee
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10 Styled after
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30 What _ I tell you!
32 Posse director
35 H.S. subject
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Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Members of the Federally Employed Women (FEW) organization meet with NAS Jax
Business Manager Pamela Bush (center) to discuss the new NAS Jax FEW Charter 437
which was established here in February and what the new charter offers. From left front,
FEW Chapter 437 Secretary Dorothy West, FEW Chapter 437 Vice President Nicole West,
NAS Jax Financial Manager Dolores Marshall, Bush, FEW National President Rhonda
Trent, FEW Southeast Regional Manager Anne Ramsey and FEW President Krystal Smith.
FEW is a private membership organization working as an advocacy group to improve the
status of women employed by the Federal government and by the District of Columbia
government. For more information about the local chapter, call 652-9425.
Anger management tips:
Keep temper in check
From LIFELines likely upset the other person and escalate
If your outbursts, rages or bullying are * Don't hold a grudge. Forgive the other
negatively affecting relationships with person. It's unrealistic to expect everyone
family, friends, co-workers and even to behave exactly as you want.
complete strangers, it's time to change the * Use humor to release tensions, such a
way you express your anger. You can take imagining yourself or the other person i
steps on your own to improve your anger silly situations. Don't use sarcasm, though
management. - it's just another form of unhealth
Anger management tips expression.
Here are some anger management tips to * Keep an anger log to identify the kind
help get your anger under control: of situations that set you off and to monitc
* Take a "time out." Although it may your reactions.
seem cliche, counting to 10 before reacting, . Practice relaxation skills. Learnin
or leaving the situation altogether, really skills to relax and de-stress can also hel
can defuse your temper. control your temper when it may flare up.
* Do something physically exerting. Sticking with
Physical activity can provide an outlet for anger management skills
your emotions, especially if you're about to It may take some time and intense effol
erupt. Go for a brisk walk or a run, swim, to put these tips into practice when you're
lift weights or shoot baskets. facing situations that typically send yo
* Find ways to calm and soothe yourself. into a rage. In the heat of the moment
Practice deep-breathing exercises, visual- i a a In t remember your copin
ize a relaxing scene, or repeat a calming .
word or phrase to yourself, such as "take it strategies.
easy." You can also listen to music, paint, You m that serves as a reminder to step bac
or do yoga. you that serves as a reminder to step bac
jourOnce you're calm, express your anger from the situation and get your angel
as soon as possible so that you aren't left under control For instance, you may war
stewing. If you simply can't express your to kee a small, smooth stone in your po
anger in a controlled manner to the person et or a scrap of paper with your tips wri
who angered you, try talking to a fam- ten down. With due diligence, these angel
ily member, friend, counselor or another management techniques will come mon
trusted person, naturally and you'll no longer need suc
* Think carefully before you say anything reminders.
so that you don't end up saying something Getting professional
you'll regret. Write a script and rehearse it anger management help
so that you can stick to the issues. You can practice many of these angel
* Work with the person who angered you management strategies on your own. Bu
to identify solutions to the situation. if your anger seems out of control, is hur
* Use "I" statements when describing ing your relationships or has escalated int
the problem to avoid criticizing or placing violence, you may benefit from seeing
blame. For instance, say "I'm upset you psychotherapist or an anger managemer
didn't help with the housework this eve- professional. Role playing in controlled si
ning," instead of, "You should have helped uations, such as anger management class
with the housework." To do otherwise will es, can help you practice your techniques.
How can I recognize it?
Passive-aggressive behavior is a
pattern of expressing your nega-
tive feelings in an indirect and
often obstructive way - instead of openly
People who are passive-aggressive
appear to comply with the requests of
others. They may even seem enthusiastic
about them. But they don't perform the
requested action on time or in a useful
In other words, they use nonverbal
behavior to express anger or resentment
that they can't express verbally.
An example is showing up very late to
a meeting that you didn't really want to
attend and then making up excuses for
your lateness that deflect attention from
the real reason you were late.
Although passive-aggressive behavior
can be a feature of some psychiatric disor-
ders, it is not considered a mental illness.
Researchers are studying how to classify
habitual and problematic behaviors such
If such behavior is troublesome or inter-
feres with your relationships or daily activ-
ities, consult a therapist who can help you
identify and change the behavior.
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, August 30, 2007 19
Comedian visits local bases
Photo by MCSN Dmitry Chepusov
Television celebrity and stand-up comedian Bruce Baum performs at K.B. Finnegans
at NSB Kings Bay, Ga., Aug. 16. The comedian also gave performances at NAS jax and
NS Mayport as part of a USO-sponsored event."A friend introduced us during a game
of golf," said NAS Jacksonville's USO Program Director Sonja Kutsch. "Bruce later
approached me with the idea to entertain the troops at Kings Bay, Mayport and NAS Jax,
since he knew I worked with the organization. USO is starting to do a lot more enter-
tainment for the troops and my getting Bruce to do this tour was our region's push in that
direction." Baum has appeared on shows like The Simpsons, America's Funniest People
and Full House. "The Navy makes for a great crowd because they are smart, hip, on top
of everything and they laugh well," said Baum. "I love playing for military crowds and
have done shows for bases all over the country. It's a way to show my appreciation for
Free spay and neuter services available
First Coast No More
Homeless Pets is offer-
ing free or low-cost spay
and neuter programs for
cats and dogs on the First
One female dog and her
offspring can produce as
many at 4,000 dogs in just
seven years. Even more
staggering is that a female
cat and her offspring can
produce 40,000 cats in
seven years. Another sad
statistic is that 80 percent
of all dogs hit by cars are
"Our programs have
resulted in a decrease in
the number of pets enter-
ing local shelters by 26 per-
cent over the last five years,
proof that spaying and neu-
tering of pets makes a real
difference," said First Coast
No More Homeless Pets
Director Rick Du Charm.
First Coast No More
Homeless Pets offer a way
to save the lives of adopt-
able pets. Florida is not
a "no kill" state and over
crowded shelters are forced
to euthanize pets based on
the high volume of home-
Fixing pets helps stop
overpopulation, it keeps
them healthier and helps
them live longer. Fixed
pets are also less likely to
bite, less likely to roam,
get in fights or become
lost. Surgeries are done at
several local veterinarian
offices. Free rabies shots
are included and pets must
have a current rabies tag.
"The SpayJax program,
partially funded by the city
of Jacksonville, and our
other programs are avail-
able to help Duval County
residents with low to
medium incomes," said Du
Charm. "Next year's budget
for SpayJax has been dra-
matically cut and half the
number of surgeries may
be available, those needing
assistance should call now."
Duval residents can con-
tact First Coast No More
Homeless Pets for more
information on qualifying
for free or low-cost spay
and neuter programs at the
spay and neuter hotline at
Mandarin Assembly of God
3423 Loretto Road * Jacksonville FL 32223
(904-268-2244) * Web www.mandarinag.org
Mandarin Assembly welcomes
Teacher & Author, Mike Shreve
Sunday, September 9th, 10:15 am & 6:30pm
Monday-Wednesday, September 10-12 7:00pm
In 1970 he was a teacher of yoga and meditation at four Florid a
universities until a dramatic encounter with Jesus altered his life. M S T
Jacksonville Marine Corps
Half Marathon coming up
T he fourth annual Jacksonville Marine Corps Half
Marathon and Freedom 5K will be held Oct. 6 at
7 a.m. on Adams Street near Veteran's Memorial
Wall. These events are open to all runners and walkers.
Following the tradition established by the international-
ly recognized Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC,
this event promises to continue the mission of strengthen-
ing the bond between the civilian and military communi-
ties, while promoting physical health and raising money
for local and national charitable organizations.
For more race information, visit www.lstplacesports.
com or call 731-1900.
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D.ptsjrtment of Defense civilians -s .
Pall Inp to Guantanamo Bay.
Cua frf their Xtreme Challenge
WI rOlljer for March 2008
Flness Oirector Tim McKinney.
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511 BULLS BAY HWY
10980 NEW KINGS RD(US 1)
4511 SAN JUAN AVE
7023 103rd ST
640 STOCKTON ST
277 BLENDING BLVD
500-60 HWY 17 & CR 220
4420 WABASH AVE.
4441 WESCONNETT BLVD.
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7603 103rd ST./RICKER JAX
3137 SR 220/RUSSELL MODG
2584 SR220 & COLLEGE MDG
5105 SR218W/MALLARD MDG
2816 BLANDING/PEPPERGRASS MDG
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4527 120TH ST. JAX
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4152 OLD MIDDLEBURG JAX
8181 103rd ST. JAX
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2682 BLANDING/218 MDG
4486 MIMOSA/218 MDG
804 BLANDING/CAMP JOHNSON OP
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6935 HWY 17/HIBERNIA GCS
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Volleyball players needed
The Captain's Cup Indoor Fall Volleyball League
is now forming. The league is open to all NAS Jax
active duty, command Department of Defense
personnel and selective reservists. Games will be
played at lunch time during the week. All interested
personnel should contact the NAS Jax Gym to get
the rules and the required paperwork to join the
Greybeard softball league forming
Greybeard Fall Softball League is open to all NAS
Jax active duty, command Department of Defense
personnel and selective reservists male and
female age 30 and up. Entry form and roster is due
Sept. 7. All interested personnel should contact
the NAS Jax Gym to get the rules and the required,
paperwork to join the league.
Sign up now for softball
The Captain's Cub Fall Softball League is now
forming. This league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty, command Department of Defense personnel
and selective reservists male and female. Entry
form and roster is due Sept. 7. All interested
personnel should contact the NAS Jax Gym to get
the rules and the required paperwork to join the
Women's softball league forming
The Women's Fall Softball League is now forming.
It is open to all NAS Jax active duty, selective
reservists, dependents over 18, retirees and
Department of Defense civilian personnel. Entry
form and roster is due Sept. 7. All interested
personnel should contact the NAS Jax Gym to get
the rules and the required paperwork to join the
Tennis tourney slated
A Captain's Cup Men and Women's Singles Tennis
Tournament will be held Sept. 24 at 5 p.m. The
tournament is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists and command Department of
Defense men and women. Participants will earn
participation points for their command toward the
captain's cup and can earn additional points for
finishing first, second or third place. There will be a
separate men and women's division. The matches
will be played at the Guy Ballou Tennis Complex.
Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign up by Sept. 20.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Are you a competition runner? If so, you can
- represent the Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and
triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are
provided as well as transportation, entry fees and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete in
a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)
race and your time must be one of top 10 regional
qualifying times. For more information, call 270-
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.
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 email@example.com.
Basketball Final Standings
VS-22 10 0
HS-3 10 3
Dirty 30 9 4
Naval Hospital 8 5
FRCSE 400 5 8
Mad Foxes 4 10
FRCSE 600 3 11
ATC 2 12
Intramural Summer Golf
Liberty League Standings
As of Aug. 23
VP-16 9 0
VP-5 4 2
CNATTU Gold 4 3
VP-30 0'S 4 5
FRCSE 3 5
Air Ops 2 7
Intramural Summer Golf
Freedom League Standings
As of Aug. 23
Wifln I rnoeo Tie
Up and Down
Flag Football Standings
As of Aug. 23
Local park offers free classes
The following free classes are offered
at the Tillie K. Fowler Regional
Park Nature Center, 7000 Roosevelt
Boulevard, located across from the NS Jax
Main Gate this month.
To sign up for classes, call 630-CITY.
Tomorrow, 10:30 a.m.-noon
Learn how to identify those butterflies
more common to the Jacksonville area,
and what resources are available to help
you in this endeavor. A walk through our
butterfly garden will follow a Power Point
Wee Workshop - Ant Parade
Sept. 6, 10-11:30 a.m.
Calling all wee entomologists (children
7 and younger) and their adult compan-
ions to join in our ant parade. Learn what
makes ants unique in the insect world
while participating in our ant observa-
Coffee with the birds and butterflies
Sept. 7, 9-10 a.m.
Join us for your morning cup of coffee or
tea and cookies while looking out our large
picture windows at the birds and butter-
flies visiting our birdfeeders and beautiful
gardens. Learn how to attract birds and
butterflies to your yard and tips for keep-
ing those pesky squirrels out of your bird-
feeders. Beverages provided.
Hooray for Homeschoolers:
Sept. 13, 10-11:30 a.m. or 1:30-3 p.m.
Water is an important element to all
forms of life. Learn about the properties
of water through games and water activi-
ties. Please wear clothes than can get wet.
VP-5 10 1
VP-30 O'S 8 1
VR-58 7 2
Naval Hospital 7 3
Brig 6 4
CBMU202 6 5
HS-15 4 5
Weapons 3 6
HS-3 5 7
CNATTU 2 8
CMO 1 7
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
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
Information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange Park.
The chapter also has service officers available
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 p.m. to
help with claims. To make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945. The chapter also
offers bingo every Saturday at 10 a.m. The public
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 the Orange Park Library. 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 firstname.lastname@example.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
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/Westslde holds
their monthly meeting the secondThursdav of
each month at 10 a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard across
from the Orange Park Mall. Moms and children are
welcome at all activities. For information contact
Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go to momsclubopw@
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-
The local chapter of the Military Officers
Association of America meets for a dinner
program the third Wednesday of each month at
6 p.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. All active,
retired and reserve officers of all services are
encouraged to attend. For reservations or more
information, call 772-0237.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Active and Retired Federal Employees
Association extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired federal employees
to our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
The Searching for a Cure Walk-a-Thon to
benefit Sickle Cell research will be held Sept. 8.
Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the walk starts at
9 a.m. For more information, call 244-4472 or go to
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
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Sept. 14, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Join the parks naturalist on a nature
walk to explore a portion of this large park.
This program is not appropriate for chil-
dren in strollers. Please wear closed-toe
shoes, bug spray and binoculars if you have
Sept. 15, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Discover the nature found inside our
nature center. We have living and non-
living animals, mystery boxes, and other
interesting things on our "Touch Table." A
nature walk with the park naturalist fol-
lows the nature center exploration.
Sept. 19, 3-4:30 p.m.
Wild animals can be very difficult to
observe. Many species are active at night
or avoid being around people. Learn what
signs to look for that tell what animals
were around. Participants will learn to
identify some of the more common animals
by their tracks and make a plaster cast of
a track that can be taken home.
Sept. 22, 9-11:30 a.m.
Join Carole Adams of Duval Audubon
and learn basic bird identification. Learn
about field guides and binoculars and how
to use them. Then put all this new infor-
mation into practice with a nature-walk to
locate and identify some local birds. After
the nature walk, we'll have lunch together
and discuss our discoveries. Bring insect
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Jacksonville Beach- NANNY WANTED . 78 RPM RECORDS
ORANGE PARK 2/2, fp, Tacksnville Beach- ARGYLE 3BR/2BA, DAVIS SHORES 4/3, 2cg, ORANGE PK Near NAS 3 BR/3 BA- $400/m, fr happy actie 6 Lage Co ecton,
wet bar, WD hkup, new Plm 1 c n pr 1700sq. ft., huge gourmet kit, 3000sf, 3br/2bo with carport, Includes utilities, APT. MAINTENANCE month old boy, 5 | makanoero
paint, new carpet, no amentiesice8condm742n 0 loft, screened hdwd firs, 2fplc's, avl Quiet area. Ref's req'd. Please Call Amelia Exo'd in painting, turn- hrs/wk Pay rate total snges to
1pets $650mo 386-235-6667 $, 7 porch, enced ard, 9/20. $2000m. 904-716-5348 Ph. 904-282-8061 at (912)675-208 key, plumbing & elec- negot a b e call view call9049988337
NATURES HIDEAWAY petsok, PCS$ atric, Valid DL. 850-308-5081
RIVERSIDE 3/35695 $900mo. 2yearsolAd, 2/ 1,50.00/mo. Call EAGLE HARBOR 2/1, ORANGE PARK ARLINGTON LOW WKLY Transpt. Bkground & - HOOSIER
ch&a, WD Hkp, Kit Equip. w/d, pool, security, 904-535-7350 CH/A, deep wter dock. 3/2 + Bonus Room ONE BED 7 DAY STAY drug test reqd. Exc ben- CABINET-Circa
Good fishing. Quiet] Delightfully secluded $139 ECONO SINGLE "efits. Apply at 4000-B St1920. 99% original
CarGarage, Close to Shops. 904-708-6965 ARGYLEChmneyLakes Refs re'd. 904-28-8061 neighborhood at Eagle $159P FULL SIZE ECONO Johns Ave #22 Call for pint. Also, hard-
MANDARIN - 3BR, 2.5BA Gorgeous 3/2 tully remod.rkerecttons388-2225 - wr ri, n
fenced bkyd MANDARIN - 3BR, 2.5BA G eo A chool. EAST ARLING Harbor, $1375/mo. Aal- $175 FULL SIZE R & M Directions 388-2225 wre flour softer, tin bin,
SAN MARCO beautiful Blgtree Town 1200Discount for TON 3bd/2ba ful ber Rty, PriscillaWild- REGENCY INN 725-5093 roling wood door $375
I& RpilMHome. 1700 sltraft. $1iie.5mo $10.isO b a Aalberg Broker 962-4215 Job Fairs firm. 269-5883
1 & 904-262-0377 / 705-3535 Military families. 703-0351 equipped kitchen, 228-1073 Mandrin area. Resume Service Drivers AVON $10.00 Kit
CALL 398 -9492 fm , yMprt 18860 ftl Room for rental. Messengers to Start Own Business
MIDDLEBURG/Ravines * Arlington, Southside * Maer 188 st-, ORANGE PARK, 4/2 Single parent or * Accountingl BRINKS, INC. 5054127 (ndSysRepnsg
225Tgtdc cdyr.rnSingle arent or Accounting BRINKS, INC.c/te
SOUTHSIDE/Manadrin 2BR's 2/2.5 T, ated comm, Westside, Northide fenced yard. rent 2100sf, gar, pool, gazebo, couple ok. No dogs. Bookkeeping HIRIwwNG
2/1, patioAps. $7 ; c, ctv, scrn patio, f, 1450/mo. call (day) 7 mos lease avail, no pets Call Jen 614-561-8206 Adverti e OPEN HOUSE
2/2, XL Apts, $725mo; $ 100m+dp. 904-504-4281* Stop Paying Rentl * 465-1787,(evenings) $1200+dep 904-298-1445AdvertisingMedia OPEN SE AIR CLEANER
*-* 642-4714. AIR CLEANER
MOVE IN SPECIALS Orange Park 1 mile to *New Homes n the $100's* ORTEGA FARMS 4/2, NEAR NAS JAX- *Architecture/ $500 Sign-on Bonus! Pollenex. For small
Shm Prpertes 721-1767 -295, 3/2 rg rooms The * N Money? Flem Island, fenced yd, sunroom, gar. Finished, Includes Interior Design/ Guaranteed Interview room 2 speeds
Seasons. Length of lease N Credt? * Eagle Hrbor- Fridge, w/d. Close to NAS Utilities, 450/m. Tuesday, August 28 onze Exa epa
WESTSIDE 2br Newly nego $ mo 904-264-9078 * N O ATER- JAX. $1100m. 904-716-9166 Call (904)779-4660. Graphics Design 8:00 am - 4:00 pm and pref later
Remod. W/D conn $665mo. * 5R , 2700sf, L * Automotive Sales/ 33 West 2nd Street DANCERS NEEDED Instructions. Works great
Free Rent Special. PONTE VEDRA * Possible Rent To Own * room w/heat & AC, free ORTEGA FARMS ORANGE PARK Service Jacksonville, FL 32206 $$100$$ $30. 268-2482
Sebord Oaks. 904778-983 2/2, 1 car garage, P, * Call D 904-1-653 * heated pool, tennis & Cottages, w/d 2BR $550. No Lease, Service $$100$$
Seaboard Oaks 904-7 W/D, beach access, * C D golf In community. 1BR $475mo. N Furnished, *Aviation Brinks, Inc is the premier PAID DAILY Dryer/Washer,
Westside a $1300moCall 273-8047 REDUCED from No pets/smkng 388-1335 Includes Electric, Civil Service/ provider of armored car Psson 641033 Big Cp, E. condition,
Get A ATLANTIC BEACH/ $2,000/mto $1,825/m. Water, Cable. transrtt. We oer: DANCERS DANCERS $200.00735-9170
eSt. Johs Co. CR 210 SELVA MARINA 3/2 542-7908 ST. MARY'S GA Washer/dryer use, Government/ Full Medical/Dental Pkg tlr000t DRYER-5 yr old
FRESH Gables at Wlngfield Glen beautiful house 3 biks -- J 3BR/eBA homeY , $480/month. 704-4319 Public Administration �Company Matching 401k
3/2.5/1, 1497sf, tile upgrade from b. great back FLEMING Computer Hardware/ Tuition Reimbursement HIRING BONUS dyer KenmoreAlso
START! $1200/mo. 904614097 ard. $1600904-716-8985. ISLAND- REAL Carpet & Pint. No WESTSDE- Computer Hardware Pid Vction N Mandatory Tp Outs STROLLER- Eddie
Near NAS Jax NICE I 2-$1000 Smokin. Res required. $300/mo, 6 miles Softwarel Time & half Wackos 399-1110 Baer Double,$75
Nea HWESTSIDE Wtrfrnt 2.5 Atlntic Beah-RENT T Neo $2-a $925/m, $800 deT. Call O& l for each Item.
$20.07 On (912)673-7978 from NAS JAX Programming vg Annual Salary $30K DANCERSDOORSTAFF, (912)729-1677
TH, scrnd lana, gar OWN, /2.5, 1800sf,new month C6510291 for 7978behind pst office ingu DANCERS,DOORSTAFF729-1677
All 2BR's FpI, dock, $950. No Pets/ ftie/cpt, pnt, fpl, 22' appt. PCS WATERLEAF on Blanding Blvd.1.5 * Construction & BARTENDERS
F Th smoke 276-3010/923-5044 ces, d, 904-687-0496 Beuty on huge lot miles from 1-295, appi- Customer Service For directions or more NEEDED MICROWAVE-Exc
78 , tt. new, , Cl 1991 w $l, a- * omDetic Services anqul opportunity DJ, DOORMAN,
Pltr Ww/recessed turn-
94)778-1791 CHA. Fenced yd, Pets 904-476-7694 4/21991 s. $1600mo, call UXURYROOMSiemploye r /f/h/v. BARTENDERS, table, original box
nl.w/d. $90443m+sec. Rent 060.6-4092 UXw/Microwve & Refrig aSCreglvng License #BB8700010 WAITSTAFw/owner's manual, $25.
ORANGE PARK- incl. uti. 904-463-2060. INTERCOASTAL WEST -3/2 Westslde 3/2 separate din Low Daily/Wkly Rates! * Dellyery Driver Call Possion 272-4227
Share large2story BEACHES- (JAX)Lrg New Nhborhod,7 m rm w/d hkup, fenced yd, 10% Off forWkly Room! Education/Teaching/ 641-5033 WASHER FOR
home with pool, lbr, hdwd firs, 2 blocks from beach, Ig fn y fpl, gar, ch&a, $950mo. KINGS INN (904) 725-3343 SALE- Like New,
FLEMING ISLAND large garage bed- to ocean $925 ncl utl, $1mo. Call 904-3143838 $750dep. Call 536-0561 QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211 Tnng Waitstaff $100 . Call
PLANTATION, room wi th cable & court yd. 904-233-3341 INTRACOASTAL Westside - 3/2, 2000sqft, * EngineenBartenders, Doorstaff 525-6167. PCS.
, condo, 3/2.5, gated, phone, non-smoker, --Ca9Waterleaf 2y/o, 4/2, 21 00sf, Entertainment
story, $1200/mo employed, $450+$100 CLAY CO. New spacious W00s pets ok, 5yr old house, CEtan t9_.1110
email@example.com. park, Lake Asbury __Pol._155m.__________ 10 min to NAS. 252-5266 MORMnw AePENTER
CLAY COUNTY- 17545F, ch&o, WD Hu, Fenced WESTSl DE- 3 or 4aR, bFinance/Investment ran d benefits k'S BLACK
nesr ep 9046266 bc eco o o 13mm.2 flexee,5, MlDc, * xecutvmel" M* CAPN Call 399-1110
MANOLIAplaceexc Family Room, Ceiling Fans. benefiMEN LA
stove, vouch- 824-6686 LEATHER COW-
One Of A Kind Water - POINT-4BR Home VANSANDT RE 389.3540 ers ok. 904-384-0620 * Hotel/lHosptallty/ DRIVER WANTED BOY BOOTS-Size
Views. Gated, 3/2, ARGYLE - 3/2, LR, DR, for Rent on Golf- Mandarin- T EP NEED MONEY FAST??? 12. Never Worn,
1690sf, granite, pool, FAMILY ROOM, PPLC, course. PCS orders. Call Cormorant Creek WESTSIDE 4/3 $1250 Tourism OUTSIDE SALES REP Drive Yellow Cab. $50.00. (912)576-3130
gar, $1795mo. 40ft slip SCRND PATIO, FEN. YD. 504-3736 or 278-8519. Estates. For Sale or ch&a, WD Hkp, Workshop, * Industrial Trades seeking motivated ndi- Make as much as you
avail $300. 904-273-0125 REF REQ $1195/MO. 77-2897 $1800/month. Rent-avail August Fenced, FP, Florida Room. * Insurance established compa need! Must have good MENS CHIEF
S s eamoe VANSANDT RE 389a354 inglGround related to electric background.493-5250 dfw UNIFORMShirts,
S2 t asho 4BaRd, WESTSIDE/ORTEG Maintenance power istruon, most items ore
Eff.,2BA, Large backy rd, A, 4 miles from iinn ervce watenance & sales. S
Bedtotally landscape ed e JAX, 60q it Law Enf cement/ P r sales ep related Alnew, never worn. Call
30aStart3 Pscreened-in oolk NAS 1mo.a 6 fictsNanes Professional r st 904- 7 33.8829
close to shopping. W/,2 car Men r. 3b49.297 callSeManuacturinty/Safety commercial, ele ctNGca
t T Tare large baa ,ora WHY RENT? How About OWN! Mney to Lend/Borow *Marketing 3 , cGoodyear Eage.
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SP t r. min folm 2 $1050/mo, pets allowed,a military facis & in home supporte-t
So A, e E Io safest neighborhood In Maintenance/ paperra in dust ry er I Rsphme suort.
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B eagate AveSNeptune Beach (904) 249-5Clubhouse, ,n ascon, iaManagement bu a ps n Call 904-962-4475 ARFIELD GLASS
m smr, r..- i 09i.9u - 09gale pool home 1731sf, 4/R , Franchiseso 0 Management) or fax t o 904o2255s83. 0hm MUGS, 40 for $30U.
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Alm Full. Com Wh ..1623i 2971. PCS BsnciMse.ogewoeLcaL *R Medical/Health Care Sf yPark, accredited Daytona, great
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fill vei . Porl i/edra KINGSLAND 2006 ICE CREAM/ seeking brighl. alert, and
'Iait5 COFFEE SHOP - Part-Time red liable persons for Dak a t-u A n ' " o" .o
SCLAYTON 16X Turkey operation. All Personal Services/ locoten Json . ..FUJONY.1 DIGITAL
APART MENTSI DDLEURi 2 GE$Apnancs equipment Included JPort. Orange Park. est Back Trea. i CAMEGA 5" HDTV
LowDownrcr.and,&Great location, good BatGreyen Cove Sorings. and unar. ai'r hoi-
n ngI oAssume Loan. Call profit margin $39,000 Real Estate/Property St ugustine. Hign Ir. cu' .
1 Segae e epuneBechS0M .C-noPong iO 278.6 (912)576-4642 Call 904-226-3098 ManagementR SchO MIdiplorma mMust. CetnalJ iin homedc f lar _cba,'
SNORTHSID OCWESTSIDEA2NW RTOresor llliary andf i ACCENT PILLeoorWS ncl
Beautiful 3BR/2BA 1500sf, In park with Recreatin/Spor/ c ind e -Cm;tenr,.rT,5,2.2836
acre lot, master community center& Pol PINCNAPENWY, Fitness Arlyr p SenrtsFD
IoEuN. tyX &enter O.P.* *o R - . RECEPTIONIST -A alnS e InS SOFA M L E SEAT.
suite w/ g n tuF $700moN S TO 904-838-e9597 skills, data & ext, resd l $7 obo. 9 1
a deposit. 904-349-2228 or est retail pool supply Food/Beverages IJck-nvllie FL. EDE Ito ,4insc, 28.. s re -w,underwa-er nous.
816-233-2797. PCS fmIronchise.*New loca- . Retail M ,FID'V. . ng can use to 13011
NORTHSIDE NO Training & Marketing o Sales & resume go2, iT y e R
isor OR QUALIFYING. Owner . CHEROKEE LAKES support Included. Sclencellesearch. S ECUR ITY Fcir-.Me1170 P a .k Ghe Z,
Historic Avondale 0 _Fin. or RENT2OWN Marrled couple looking www plnchapenny.co SECURITY OFFICERS- ENSE * I SGB-Tuner, -
---- l- .3&Jor. free scoredd for roommate. Beauti r A IN IN G 7 Social Servlce gISG B r
RIVIERA PARKWAY n- hr 914-J.093 ful house on lake874-8836 Counseling Looking for alert. obrighto
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De ,0)J r WESTSIDE- Day worker, All Type Mortgage Loans Work at Home Exerle-nce not needed . . . l
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7 t816P231733--'� turn rm, priv ba, POOl, Resid'Comm * Positions Wanted background a+ G a.' A'FM r,o neadoel
389-3179suOokteo Plamnt ation 1__AAcar.h,_onsTl.9426 73nore1weal4s rer3
O oftME=N/S $500m w/ufli 777-5955 A car. h .- .. t, .e and benefits AcD-y in mjaOrul' Irncluc li-'
27 8S . o., , o re . pool eat. NEAR NAS Clean Person.... n ........ n 2 ..,6 Person,.m al 2.. ...8u
2798 St. Johns Ave. in kilcn FPL, Irg m-0r to share 3/1, $295mo + Yarbrough Security co_____268.i62_48
...109,mon1h 904-673-0608 1util. No drugs. 465-3568 3200 Emersoan Street. SONY GRAND
IJocKsondilie. Foriana Best Back Trealmenl rMEGA 'HDTV
BOe M/nDro$ In Ja. Appt Only.
JACKSONVILLE FORM CARPENTER & Female & BEDdiOe icn Ca.ll2y6ad.
RENTAL HOMES ROD BUSTERS 446-5504 Lic #FS6314
NAS, Jax. $50 wkly, 446-50L NF-9
*BEACHES*ICW experienced only.
�E OCEANWAY* ACCENT PILLOWS Included
All Prefessional Painting & w/NEW MICRO FIBER
FROMCONDOS Customer e RECEPTIONIST Waterproofing Serviceslnt SOFA & LOVE SEAT.
Good Phone skills, data & ext, resld & comm. lic & $700 obo. 904-472-0183
SRMLARGE HOMESB SALES & SVC 886-9512. estimates - Quality work ti C. ACCENTS
�CALL FOR INFO EDUCATION stores 8-5, M-F.Must circle, dark wood,
HOME FINDER REALT AND enjo talking logo, $75.00 each OBO,
Insignia. Military exp. a ".i.. Bakers Rack, 4 shelves,
221-1711 or 241-5501 or plus. Fax: 781-2550. black rails, $
877-629-4663 Toil Free T AINIc 75.r. 904269.2258
Or VisitIsi hablaAespanol i ARMOIRE Free w/King
www*homefinder Private hRssl action ,-_.' .. . _new In boxes. 391-0015
Schools .....Em o e ..., BASSET DINING
Spety Claty�ROOM SET, Cherry
Seats Training/ Wood, table w/leof,
Clar & Associates,Inc. with hutch, $500.00 call
NOW HIRING professional Surveyors & 904-476-4242
over $55K annually low top $155. Newi Must
REAL ESTATE Including full 3830 Crown Point Road, sell. Call 904-472-0183
I Week Day Class Sept 10 benefits and OT BED A Baa 8a0 Steep w/No
P8 Week Eve Class Aug20 Paid Training, Jacksonville FL 32257 BoalSheep, Quee Pillowtop,
Superior Instruction Brand New 674-0405' '
4 ;' (904) 269-2555 866-519-9026 Access wwwclaryassoc.com BED A Baby Boomers
,- Florida Reot Estate Institute _Memory foam set. New,
10 yr warr $395. 858-9350
Q Deall Qn PHI TOp In$l 15
T ecLnology changes. plastic-new398-5200
CtL-TR A IN IN G Integrity and professionalism remainmsteadfast. BED A beautiful cherry
3 SHORT WEEKS!_BEDROOM Set Cherry, 6
f'i " pc. New. S llJJi o2 s
Learn how to prepare
We offer various
Programs to fit
www. I ibertya x-com
Call now for class information
" ,499 CAr DEL 398, 200
r ACCESSORIES. Si.
,Clary'armoire wihh r o
drawers and nighlsland.
SClar & Assoiates, Inc. In ecelenl conaniion
Sacrifice for 122. coill
.I 9: ,1666
BUNK BEDS for
.4",.Isa ro le. Dressr, fil.
..., , A sso.I r, cabinet. T /
j DESK- !50 Day.
DAY, NIGHT & WEEKEND CLASSES * DIESEL SERVICE TECH 'vl Call 269s5725
9 0*4 -31(, ., Paid Sho-terH el &SIZED CHAIR
S904-78 ER. LTHR 5 ,00
RADMSTR 1409 PICKETT1I1LLE ROAD -1 , COFFEE TABLE 1100
___,-, WWW.ROADMASTER.COM LA-Av '. 32'OE R $376
IA I r l t a mal mahogany
dining table with
six chairs and matching
Clary & Associates, Inc. - Professional Surveyors & Mappers since 19 China Hutch, In excel-
lent condition, $1,400.
* Competitive Salaries * Vacation and Paid Holidays 249-1666
* i -. *S .L M Adlust Bed 4
* Medical & Dental Benefits *11raining & Education Available Adust Bed &
S401(K) * Paid Short-term Disability & Life Insurance $200. 778-1131
6f t LIDING
Apply online at www.claryassoc.com or call 4-260-2703 * Toll free 8-271-3274 GLASS DOORS &
3830 Crown Point Road, Jacksonville FL 32257 Ener CREEN t
w/tracks and all hard-
ware, two paned, like
Subdivisions tin mininew,$75.264-2973
FULL Size MATTRESS
Brand New Must Sell
At Jackson HewittC Tax choon 904-30717
King Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set $275 Must Sell
Stll in Plastic 904-674-0405
MATTRESS King PillTop
plastic. $255. 858-9350
MATTRESS - Plush
QN, new In plastic.
Can deliver. 391-0015$80
MATTRESS king Size
Still in Plastic $150
Must sell 94-307-1765
MATTRESS A Q een Set.
t s Brand New in plastic $125
are Must sell 904-674-0405
Sl castering wheels, 4
doors, perfect for your
VHF, DVDs, CDs. $35.
Plush TOp MATTRESS
NEW QUEEN Size $100
Pick how you want to take our Basic Income Tax Course. Still IEn Plastic 307-1765 $100
2 QUEEN ANNE
TRADITIONAL CLASSROOM is led by an instructor in a $4'9 eh meOFratc,
wicker cedar chest,
Jackson Hewitt office and uses a textbook. $200. Caol 269-5883 -
QUEEN 4 POSTER
ful. Paid $1500,
ONLINE allows you to learn from any computer connected to Asking $500. Call Janet at
the Internet. 333-9634
4 QUEEN WATER-
BED semi wave,
light oak finish,
with six drawer , pedis-
tam, EXEC condition,
904-399-1811 * www.jacksonhewitt.com 125.00. 386-8154to
SOFA & ROCKING
beige. Two Years
old, $500 for both.
KSON HEW ITTparlor round table
two chairs. Wood
-, ~table top, Rod Iron
TA SE VICEChairs, Blue Cushion.
Small fee for books and supplies
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, August 30, 2007 25
PI LOWEST PRICE USA BED HONDA ACCORD VW BEETLE-
Argy L Dy Wkend! YAMAHREEPR CELST I EXTENDER r '04. Xtra lo Ford Expedition'03 MITSUBISHI TOYOTA TACOMA
iGGEST SALE n N lAX WHOLESALE, 714-0141 EARW? od Ranger $14,9809- 5,890 MONTER8 LS '97 '06 Prerunner, 6,500
g7 NWk 22CC 2007 NOW OPEN Edge Pick Up. $100. cnge a / Fully eqp 15 890 oUti, 4d, les, SR5 Pa
re nds MUST COME Never used, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE stereo cassette, sunroof, 998-0012 1poUtt64dmilty m, TnesaRu Pack
urtools, Househod, S portiYAMAHA 150 ( 2) U 1 HONDA ACCORD seae00002 LEXUS OF J8NVLLE o 45,364 miles, viaTonneau cover,
,tooklsMOuEd(912)576-3130.e 33,000mi, one LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE towing pkg, oversize Viper alarm, $15,900
deo boks, MORE! stroke, - 1996 A cy $147 . c 912-6470111 offroad tires, $5,500. OBO. Factory War-
322221 3 56 gallons, OVERSTOCK & CHEVY 3 gre on as, a912-882-6248 FORDEXPLORER Phone 213-8465 ranty. (904)268-1209
AB LOUNGE 2-$60 1 .V U M Cfl 1'UCHEVY-35awer, asking $4750 - XLT '97-White,
In racoastal Moving Sa. ELOBO. Image d. 011 1 Aluminum heads, 77 - T 107kmi, Michelins,
9/1; 8-12; 4341 Amber LIPTICAL-g125 houro I a m a, JTrucksVan, SUVs'00-06 Grey Leather, Tow Nissan Pathfinder'96
brook t ofod Both in Good CamJAGUARS-Tpkg, Pwr Everything. White, leather, AT, cold
Blvd /Glen Kernon Blvd. Condition, Please i GPS498 float on Roller Rockes, '03.22K mi, like El Up 4.0, V6, K&N Filter, Call air, $4400, 904-338-5812
KINGS BAY VIL Roed (904)716-4981 trailer, 650 Mighty Demon new $21,480 998-0012 1st Time Brian 338-4780. $4,600 CDODGEGRAND
LARGE SHOPPING BOWFLEX 5 months old, Call for details Buyers FORD RANGER SUZUKI GRAND Gold, Aut OF JACKSONVI, exc
CENTER Saturday ULTIMATE HOME i l C 838-8149 JAGUAR S-TYPE ny XLT '01 Super Cab, VITARA EX0 ond, 40k miles,
S 9/8 @ 7am-4pm, , GYM W/LEG ellrn 1800ob "R".Only 5V6, Auto, AC, Only 18,000 miles $368/month OBO. Call
CP elected Yard Sale, EXTENSION- New ln custom whis, No., 7.9-8.9 APR ruise, Tilt, Bed- $14,880 998-0012 858-349-2744
electronics, games, oys, $700, Call 227-0826 $42,500sun$2,880998-0012liner AM/FM/CD, Jean LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SNEW Kirklnd. 449-4104. $6000
Moving Sale -every- Iw/bench set, lat pull P__ n-, ,. -e: tEXUS ES-30i-s96, AT, GMC ENVOY XL Toyota Highlander
thing inhousemdown hous mutb g d nand leg exten- z420-VEDenali t i neOC-EL Equip. Limited f06.Nou.
Antiques & collectibles, Sian- Paid $299, Selling- 22' Eastern '84, lobster/ cond, 95k, $4200304-4813 EVERYBODY Denali '05. Equip. Limited '06. Nay,
friuetosfihI a-bna6 ." $24,480 998-0012 SR, CD, fully equip. CHEVY SILVERADO '02,
toys, clothes, electron-, Yamaha. $3000. 696-0857 MAZDA MILLE- RIDES! LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $24,640 998-0012 2dr, 5006, 192km. , $199
tsd achore. e24'SEARAYCUDDY, % Antiques /NIA'O02. Lthr, CD, LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLgreatworktruck634153
ics and much more. 4 RAY CUD DY, sunroof, like new. GMC FORWARD 98
Friday & Saturday 8-4 4 S cUsu neGMCFORWARD98
1274 McGirts Creek DrW d74, 51 id , 88 me rcout- LEX JACK9 LE Chris 662-0726 W$ ,9 907 4 cy. diesel, $650 Toyota Highlander 60- .
Bu r-d3 o5 0Rt4 cyl. diesel, $6500 obo.
terior ,i hr aerBoALEXUmS OF JACKSONVILLE 904-744-7368 917-208-3459 6 Toyota Highlandersa
BARGAIN HUNTER .S SA InrGA interior, trailer aail- 7 Rd -o05. Only 26K miles,
-GALORE CV-6 .s her able, $2500. 6190097W' 1 DSMOBILE Mercedes Benz ES 03 HONDA CR EX '06 4x4. one owner. $20,980
iS AOt E 0 SRANGEuPnvK, FL I eBedsld, p s 9rast B S il ver . 48K ml, Tiptronic,99DA-00XE
This S un Have nR e' le t 8 25 ELLCRAFT 0 9 i snrf, exc c. mai. Ato, ar, roof, alloys, 998-0012
The Markget Sale c, L 230 '99-Fisherman Next to Shad Nissan 62k miles, restored record (Brumas) Car- AM, FM, XM, 60 D LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE COACHMAN-
e toGThe Market B98Pla ceI o . 30 Cadet,6 ole butA J AM M t 6
70 e 9 Rmona, r86FLEA gear fr al cruises fr Center console, dito original. $15,500 ox report. $27,500. Ab. changer, front and side Cadet, ider but
m7l Resin Wicker Bad 225HF Mercey Davin drive it home. 725-9589ssan Maxima CHEY
a oa lnoes.utb2ar.904d,01-224 Saluminum 9e C8O5VER0 B A9C99 me B RC' R impactaf Toyota Landcruiser H/AC, Ref. 5thIRING
o ro ruwith 2 barstools CO OK E R EOOS, M s 9 2 6 1 8 8 60000 L XU KS 2 ex pow e r o 6, e$ 70 o e3 7rI NH D N D V UAse books to 7hro-- R s l I
por 2hoto data Fmeeting Trailer Lowrance *R t MERCURY COUGAR FORD 150 rCkS, and m. 20 m D wheel, no leaks. 2 7,
Ti eCordes easca 9744-23 26CHO GP Fishfinder,,99,d cond 110k XLT, dual tanks, xcellet c , N tom Protection Offic
Sp $00710ca$18,000. 874-1420.. c a runs maintenance records. LX
42,,24HP SEAIRS3 ISKAMPR100VOLVOGs-milessking$000excellentd160k904-635-0729TW DOLLY
RIDI Z 06. OX9 75 Baw GRANDSMARS J rn 1 - | Call 338-8529TYOTTUDRA'04 moelK0, new
RI NG MOWER Twin Verado 250. Super FOP -UP 996 fran SX_75_Bow-
like new, with Ga loaded, 80hrs, warranty, camper sleeps 5.e r 35 HF E'93-Runs, Gre, INFINITI QX96'06 T Y 2W A, ie Cab R TRte nd r es
exten90 -iInded wa anon do y , $15a20000 CBO. Ca l oder traegeaNewEntan, Nv D. p bed line r bed x.. owners manual incld.,
Greaid 91 8 - 0Lwodaat82-2780emoer, f tur dYoU A - D O D F1500 raksand mor. :.0. 2 m. CD. wheel , no leaks . * ,
pad 51800, will sell for B 352- . 6959 a 1 v condition, fully outfitteds, S nt $40,890 998-0012 leat erI, 8 L stere, moonr- $2600.00 new, $ 1000.
A10edr 282-0846 after 4 pm fr turn key. $7500 729-2315 Wo rCar12 272- runs s gE AN correct, 904-277-
ice37arity . 901-497 I , 8 ainch lift lit, 130k t LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE r 9-
ut s $00. 5. 9-7 i oo a , MITSUBISHI miles, go d rad tires. $3000
SALE-n ro ran C ,sy, / w ith cc1r0e . behaaoo93 C SUNSTARe l CA PRe , canle a, gr New E SiP E '95 06 .C l t038 N859R D-u kg, be I . b .. . . .i l
,S t o, trims, sound sy CHEVY S-10 '95
al100 ea, o Beautiful -" 4$4002 r0 uer e8 1 0 2e8 1 Mi0 rk latn m1s0. t96215-9988 rIt Good Condition2,' ro $ . 9-6---
626-41 21 Vr ret) CHINESE 5.SHAR F-47-66IS8 8filsdp' info. Lm MICsmr m�0 goo taireshr F. S S300
b tVery Poretty! n miles, $9000. Call $53,500C0. Call Amelia8,1900 060. Call
Col 7B71L0457 PU PS-AKC, chco m A0EG.S e Ocanta nd 7mgtion._ C305-34-3673a ste o ase , -X Tg
le s Wie Wrink9les.Bwks, shot 912S6 2con a e 500- 26417 9( 9e Bm W4 co t168H0998 (904)278-7966A
Resin Wicker Ba r hith crt., champhbood20HI,$,003KW K I N H iNissan MaxiLma CHEVY SIOC A
Set,free standing. $00. 2-5 i224 D oer sAL CONVERTIBLE '04 199, 131K miles, BLZE
LikeAnew.tBrownFORi 9es.e bu2ta0to sld WINNebuAO zer 96CHEVROLET vw 4ETLPE S9sem. Woite. ORn'94-R
- Like . o le Powder blue, beau- AC, radio/CD, All Good, Custom
PO lES M8-40 oCrd 9h$s excellent X5J0 CKSOVE cond.,new $2,700 Firm 316-72186
aR S 6 l3e5-275 $17 Y rk of Fled Da3-994s eom tires., t r 33k mies AC, runs excellent,
,Dachshunds, Tea Cp654 4794 '"HEVY TAOELT
Rall YO1047 with waAll s . Rd1 IM At 0 NISSAN SENTRA hr $Ub17u990 998-0012
Montablu a r gerools. C l x d 2eFaRedtarrnse 9600u , '01-SE, Grey, 179k JCSNIL -,. Goou,1C1st3WK 064ear U inO ri-W n il N,,,.
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Great! 904-2682482881-470 KNfilterYok
a nu a r S h iea . P re C l C raNewTi es New 904ee T234 0549 E a ie, t AMCol E s,387 FO D "S O, JaL ,r- OF adeJ- jI
Gooa d with CHSHUND-Leov 1 C- 9 l M . J ,0. l l C 90 2 2 thing, Needs new drivr 0.1 utd 105 ,,l: or 72r5r ldj d ntl5
e rs DrACHSHUND Lay AC, Great Starter Coach.2 Brnd lik l904l 215 79 le the ronew ll 0. $5,000_ o
co Se . one year oldI$13, 0 0Ilr i5leathe
ng one year ao d $13,8000 nvaited Saturn SL '02 silver, 5 transmission, $10,000.
HOT SPRING SPA dlkennel, and 904-714-9939 1997 SUZUKI and customers to speed manual, 39K m, (912)674-7106o s
7.5x7.5, height 31" 904-374-3149 TONE Red saddle bags, 904-731-5056, 904-228-520n DODGE RAM SLT 50 FO J O - L E Tr , , REG3 ,
Shydroiet pump, 4 0I T BO 26", great two helmets 9100 him-, LB4Se. 1508 Emi RA l S' ,. lr,,-,:i i -
es, 300an GREAT DANE PUPS AKC I shapeTT, more miles looks ow, runs TOYOTA CAMRY Cab $17,990 99 -0012 p .
apcityseas 46 HUGE champion line, than fully laded, great. $3400 BO.EBringn this ad for064drLESedan,
adults $1,000. C POP, S/ $650879-1705 includes screen room. 725 9589 e r 19kmlles, Garagen ELLE
771-0457$400098extra savings, Kept, Excellent
J o w ra4ck RusseOllreg chied ar 9047555883. 1999 KASAK MilitarmBy and FsttndiCondition,4aean FORD EXPLORER
653 o5940730 8B0c c 6 r irklnd 449-4104.'9-Goad Condi l
whs wBueba mcom 2005OT BACKEv8otnS customs and acces- Wecoel A (904)278-7966
+LAB PUPS AK, S/W TT w/slide. Every option sores, Black and _ _ Toyota Corolla '06
healthuaranlee +extras. $16,900285-1044 Maraon. $4500.00,, Call Want to be treated Spoiler CD, fully ON0-
ENGAGEENT RING 912-537-8199 or 912-293-3663 Cclne 40 Toy Haler 904-635-3830 EXPEITION998-0012
VS2 clarity. Appr. $9800 . Labrador Mixed, 8Loded stillUnderWarr.. , 2003 KAWASAKI I tIMCT LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLECai
Must sell $2500. 838-685 j free dog 2 years, Buy it Wholesalel KX12S Fro Circuit, Kept, 53k miles, Ent.
Good with children. 904-714-9939 totally rebuilt, zero CHEVROLET VW BEETLE System, White. Orange
Call 881-4700 or hours, excellent AS E 4GLS, platinum Park. $14,900. 276-0426
655-7147 AIRSTREAM & TRAIL condition. Call grey, spoiler, 6cd
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS 904-321-1386 $2200.00 8 sechanger, am/f / TORD EXPEDI- Foacmpeelsin feic an t i
FIT BULL PUPS- fram ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES -* stereo, cassette, sn- 1,TrON XLT '03 Cold
, GIRLS BIKE-20", DNA profiled stock, Sales, Service, Parts , 2003 YAMAHA 387-4041 roof, leather, 33k miles, ' j, AC, runs excellent,
very good condition, ADBA, S/A $400. 282-5987 $1$ one owner, non-smoker. 120k miles, asking
A h0helmet & owner'sAlacBu 1386) 4623039 'Aj,? Black Cruiser Bike, $14,785.1912-674-0111 or $10k OBO. Call
manual included. SHELTIE AKC 20 months 1-800-541-6439 8500 mIles, $2500 I _."__91-88-62___04107-55
Rcedy to Ride, $25. Call neutered, micro chipped, great starter Bike, I I . VW BEETLE GLX Ford Expediton
S 272-4227 All Shats. $350.904-225-0711 ,~ COACHMAN 28' 5th Saddlebags. Helment I " '' / "00 - Auto Turbo,
SHITZU wheel- New AC included. Call k ' n Ltd 105. Nov,DVDI
- . You Hove PSeeef.N904-635-3830 m xcSR $28,990 998-00128S
Rest Now See The Best. Cco.d -Ind C-CSICnT. n 0t901 8a , LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
1I[ll -]i [. 4F/2M Various colors. ", , ARTIC CAT (50) I o -
NCY HOUSE al Diana 904-291-7745-4.WHEELER. K ChevyCavalo a...=TIRO
FOR SALE-Used 4 SHIH-TZU's RULE ! EXCELLENT CON- A ........ ,a 4 C,
times only. 13x13, Reg., 2 Males $400. * DITION AND RUNS ble. neea1 aan
$1250. Castle Shape. Call 213-9941 or 463-2254 GREAT. CALL FOR rPOnee,
.,oil (918)504-9070 Shorkie Puppies HC, reg- MORE INFO f0soo OBO1,-40,'- oo
REFRIGERATOR 904-662-4365 904-821-5272
TOP 18.2 Cu Ft, SIBERIAN HUSKY , ' HARLEYDYNA
cn white excel.0lent female, red/white,' WIDE GLIDE '98 CHRYSLER
condtion,44yrs old, $200. blue eyes, lyraold, CROSS:IR
- 771-0457 spayed, crate, -, r.hor er CROSSF IHR E
HORIZONFIT- trained, shots due in 2A0,rr4la sodaleeag;
NESI REl AT. Sept.4-all AngelaeLe Co... iC.g,.......2004 ACURA OF ORANGE PARK BOARD FORD LAMBORGHINI �ORLANDO SATURN OF AVENUES
NESS TREAD- StClna334-7546 C0-1BenFooled t.:Enlera ar' UndTon
MILL Elte2.AMSi____.___O3S53-i67r8 C5.ndiona SELLl E2 l n,,gBo, -5u S u 5t.6', 8'5',N RonadReaganBlvd 18G3Pi FiiipsHwy 262-7145
W CC Piz ss an YORKIES-Tiny About
*W"v~horizonfitness.cam 1 lb/7 oz. M/F $950.00 Also, ', HD 1200XL
"12k at 2.3 T treadmill, TOY POODLES $400.00 j.liSp SPORTSTER '9D Limited Duly He dqaner Lriqlr0ird Fl 407-39-344 SATURN OF ORAGE PARK
asking $500. Call Middleburg 904-240-570011 ' 71M n-I,,,lS, as. anortma
. 904-318-3619 -nu... Lr .... I Cn .r.m e Excellent Cond.P.L- JA C KSO NVIL L E
MOVING SALE- _______h_,_21_9._r_ Privole ewner
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TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
6914 Blanding Blvd .777-2500
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778,7700
283 San Marco, StAug (904)824-9181
COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041
2330 US1 South 354-4421
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
1736 Cassat Ave. - 389-7792
1-95 Exit 129, FernBch.
2330 US1 South 354-4421
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-00-228-7454
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd 777-3673
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
COGGINHI A ON ALATIMlC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy. 1 S. 1-80-456-1689 .
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900
LOU SOBH HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277
of ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-80-228-7454
RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078
NOROI FLORIDA UNCOLN MIBCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIFFIN LIUNCO MERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000
LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blending Blvd. 779-8100
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
MIKEAD NISSANOF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
2755 U.S. South, St Aug. 904-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
NIMNICHT PONTIAC -GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155
ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
LongwoodlOrando Fl 407-339-3443
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www nimnichtcorn
KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassai Ave. 389- 71Xi
10585 Atlaic Bo 998-7111
10939 Atlaric Btlvd .302-762
COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy 262-0338
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle 7Tl-910)
2995 U S 1 Soiu Si Aug
800-622-.888 or 904-"97-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassa Ave 3894561
VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
11401 Philpi H"y 322 5iM
TOM BUSH VW
9850Atlant Btd 725-0911
2525 Philip: Hwy 396M 8
10231 Atlar,,; Bi d 722-1694
BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
WWW.bE wit'btvdaiulcomotive irm
6833 Beach Blid 724-611
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
Lexus of Jacksonville
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
Tom Bush BMW
9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491
9A& BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
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