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CFC Kickoff
Annual Fund Drive Starts Tomorrow
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2007




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POW/MIA reco


By Staff
NAS Jacksonville will hold
a POW/MIA Recognition
Observance Sept. 19 at 1 p.m.
at the All Saints Chapel to honor all
Americans who are former POWs,
as well as those who are still unac-
counted for and their families.
The keynote speaker is retired
Navy Capt.
Henry "Hank"
Lesesne. He was
deployed with
VA-55 on board
USS Hancock

the A-4 Skyhawk
when ohe was
shot down over
Hanoi, Vietnam Capt.
July 11, 1972. Henry Lesesne
After ejecting,
he was captured and held in Hanoi
for more than nine months until his
release March 28, 1973.
Lesesne, a native of South Carolina,
graduated from the Citadel in 1958
with a bachelor's degree in history. In
October 1958, he entered the United
States Navy and received his wings
in 1960. His first tour of duty was at
NAS Jacksonville, first as an instruc-
tor pilot with VA-44, then with VA-
176 on board USS Shangri-La (CV-
38).
In February 1964, he received
orders to VT-7 in Meridian, Miss. as
an instructor pilot flying T-2A's. After
completing this tour, he reported to
VA-81 at NAS Cecil Field, flying the
A-4 Skyhawk. While there he made
two Mediterranean cruises, on board
USS Shangri-La and during the maid-
en cruise of USS John F. Kennedy
(CVA-67).
In July 1969, Lessene was again
assigned to VA-44 as an instructor
pilot in the A-4 before reporting to
NAS Lemoore, Calif. in April 1970
where he was an instructor for VA-
127. He transferred to VA- 55 in
August 1971.
After repatriation, Lesesne returned
to flying status at NAS Lemoore with
VA-127, then as an instructor for VA-


Photo courtesy of Herman Lodinger
Second Lt. Herman Lodinger is standing, far right in front of his B-24 aircraft,
which 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. He is the only living survivor in this photo. "Two enlisted men couldn't
get to their parachutes and were killed when enemy flack hit us. We were a lead
crew in a pathfinder squadron and were hit on our 27th mission, two seconds after
dropping our bombs. I was the bombardier," said Lodinger. "I was a POW for 10
months. To me it was a miracle I survived being Jewish. I never figured out why the
Germans didn't know my faith, although my dog tags were stamped with an 'H.'"


122. He later transferred to VA-113
where he became commanding officer
of the squadron.
He later joined Commander Task
Force 77 staff where his assign-
ments included Naval Operations in
the Pentagon, Armed Forces Staff
College, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and
his final assignment in the Navy was
as head of the Navy Command Center-
in Washington, D.C.
Lesesne retired from the Navy with
31 years of service in 1989. He and
his wife, Linda live in Ponte Vedra
Beach. They have three daughters,
four granddaughters and one grand-
son.
The POW Pledge of Allegiance will
be led by Herman Lodinger, who dur-
ing World War II, was a bombardier
with the Army Air Corp 564th Bomb
Squadron, 389th Group.
A second lieutenant, his B-24 air-
craft 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 depict-
ed in the 1963 movie starring Steve
McQueen.
At the end of the observance,
the NAS Jacksonville Weapons
Department will render 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
nationally and reaffirm a promise to
fallen comrades, "you are not forgot-
ten." Military and civilian employees
are encouraged to attend.
The military attire for participants
is summer whites, working uniform
for military guests and appropriate
attire for civilians.


CPRW-11 change of command today


By Lt. Joe Denton
CPRW-11 PAO


Capt. Kyle Cozad
will assume com-
mand of Patrol
and Reconnaissance Wing
Eleven (CPRW-11) during
a change of command cere-
mony today at Hangar 117.
Cozad relieves Capt. Sean
Buck, who has commanded
CPRW-11 since May 2006.
Patrol and Reconnaissance
Group Commander, Rear
Adm. Brian Prindle will be
the guest speaker.
Cozad, a native of Las
Vegas, Nev., and gradu-
ated from the U.S. Naval
Academy in 1985, where he
received his commission.
A P-3C naval aviator,
Cozad's at-sea operational
tours include a division offi-
cer tour in VP-23, a depart-
ment head tour with VP-9,
where he served as the AIP
transition officer and opera-
tions officer and a disassoci-.
ated sea tour on board USS
Kitty Hawk (CV-63) as the
V-2 assistant division offi-


Capt. Kyle Cozad


cer and flight deck officer.
His shore and staff
assignments include the
404th Maritime Patrol
and Training Squadron,
Greenwood, Nova Scotia,
Canada where he instruct-
ed in the CP-140 Aurora,
VP-30 where he served as
an FRS instructor pilot, VP-
30 where he was assigned
as Weapons Tactics Unit
officer.
In April 2002, Cozad
reported to the "Fighting
Marlins" of VP-40 as exec-
utive officer and assumed
command of the squadron
in 2003. During his tour


Capt. Sean Buck


as commanding officer,
the squadron completed
deployments to Seventh
and Fifth Fleet, support-
ing Operation Enduring
Freedom - Philippines and
Operation Iraqi Freedom
while earning consecutive
Golden Wrench Awards for
maintenance excellence.
Cozad's most recent
assignment has been with
Navy Personnel Command,
Millington, Tenn. In addi-
tion to assignment as avia-
tion commander/captain
detailer, he also complet-
ed duties as commanding
officer, staff enlisted per-


sonnel and executive assis-
tant to Commander, Navy
Personnel Command.
As commodore, Buck
guided the wing to unprec-
edented levels of combat
readiness that were reflect-
ed in numerous operation-
al successes throughout
the European Command,
Southern Command,
Central Command and
/Pacific Command theaters
in support of the global war
on terrorism.
During Buck's tenure
as the wing commander,
he was critical in the inte-
gration of the Reserve
Maritime Patrol and
Reconnaissance Aircraft
(MPRA) Force component
into CPRW-11 operational
and administrative chain of
command. On Oct. 1, 2006,
Buck became VP-62's oper-
ational and administrative
boss. Treating VP-62 like
any of his other squad-
rons, his efforts in active/
reserve integration become


See CPRW-11, Page 17


Sailors Aweigh
See A Jags Game For Free
Page 16


www.jaxairnews.com


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS jax Child Development Center Operations Clerk
Kathy Gleason goes over some information regarding
childcare procedures with PS3 Emmanuel Beaubrum of
Personnel Support Detachment jax who was dropping off
his 4-year-old daughter Emmanuelle at the center.


NAS Jax CDC earns

national accreditation
From the NAS Jax Child Development Center

The NAS Jacksonville Child Development
Center (CDC) is one of the first early child-
hood programs to earn accreditation from the
National Association for the Education of Young
Children (NAEYC), the
nation's leading orga-
nization of early child-
hood professionals.
"We're proud to have A-
earned the mark of qual-
ity from NAEYC and e
to be recognized for our
commitment to reach-
ing the highest profes-
sional standards," said
NAS Jax CDC Program
Director Mary Cano.
"NAEYC Accreditation
lets families in our com-
munity know that chil-
dren in our program are NAS Jax Child Development
getting the best care and Center Education Technicians
early learningexperienc- Marilyn Harper (front) and
es possible. Being able Gwen Lamar get a group of
to provide high quality, toddlers motivated as they
developmental care to dance around the classroom
children of Sailors who pretending they are ants.
are working tirelessly to protect our country is an honor
and a privilege that we do not take lightly."
- To earn NAEYC accreditation in the new system, the
NAS Jax CDC went through an extensive self-study
process, measuring the program and its services against
the 10 new NAEYC Early Childhood Program standards
and more than 400 related accreditation criteria.
The program received NAEYC Accreditation after an
onsite visit by NAEYC assessors to ensure that the pro-
gram meets each of the 10 NAEYC program standards.
NAEYC-accredited programs are also subject to unan-
nounced visits during their accreditation, which lasts
for five years.

See CDC, Page 17


NAS Jax to participate in,

'Exercise Solid Curtain'
From Staff
AS Jax will join bases throughout the Navy next
week for an exercise to train Navy security per-
sonnel.
Exercise Solid Curtain 2006 was developed to enhance
the training and readiness of naval security personnel. It
is a regularly scheduled exercise and is not in response to
any specific threat.
Personnel living and working on the base may notice
some disruptions to normal operations on a limited level,
including possible delays in base access. There may also
be increased military activity associated with the exercise.
On Sept. 20, the base will increase force protection con-
dition which will involve more strict access restrictions,
increased levels of security and increased readiness. This
elevation should be maintained for no more than 12 hours.
Solid Curtain gives the Navy the opportunity to train for
force protection conditions using realistic scenarios. It is
one way that the Navy and NAS Jax are working to main-
tain a high level of readiness on base and across the fleet.


Flight gear issuance
Starting Oct. 1, flight clothing will no longer be
issued at the Building 111 warehouse.
Flight clothing will be available at SERVMART


Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. using the
pp government purchase card.
For more information, call Steve Silver at 542-
5221.


Air Ops
A Multi-Faceted Department
Pages 6-7


TOUCHING


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S'2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 13, 2007


Peering inside
'"By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
I was singing "Happy Birthday" to my dog, Tanner, who
danced underfoot waiting with very little patience as
I scooped her morning meal out of a large paper bag.
-'This, the singing "Happy Birthday" part seems silly and
-irrelevant now, considering. Ford, then just 11 days shy of
,/being 10-months-old, squealed from his highchair. He had
mashed-up bananas smeared on his cheeks, chin, ears and
even his hair.
"Today is Tanner's birthday," I said to Ford and put
Tanner's bowl on the linoleum floor. "Isn't that exciting?
Can you sing 'Happy Birthday'?"
Ford, of course, could not. But he smiled up at me any-
,way.
.. "Today would have been my grandpa Big Jack's birth-
- day, too," I said. "Big Jack loved Tanner very much. She
%was the only dog he ever liked. And he would have loved
you even more!"
I washed my hands, dried them on a towel, and lifted
Ford out of his highchair. I was singing "Happy Birthday"
again.
Happy birthday to you; happy birthday to you...
"Won't be long before it's your first birthday," I told Ford.
"And .guess what? Daddy will be home for it!" ("Daddy"
was deployed on board USS Enterprise and due back from
a six-month stint in late October.)
Happy Birthday dear Tanner, Happy Birthday to you!
I waltzed through the living room, with Ford on my hip.
The house was quiet, save for my singing, Ford's laughing
and Tanner's dog tags hitting the side of her ceramic food
dish.
That's when the phone rang.
"Sarah, are you watching the news?" Mom asked.
"No, I'm singing 'Happy Birthday' to Tanner," I said.
"Turn on the television," she said.
Just as I did, the World Trade Center collapsed to the
ground.
Later, someone from the spouse club called to confirm
what I suspected, Eisenhower, which had already begun
its westward transit across the Atlantic, turned around
and was headed for the Persian Gulf. Plans for a late-
October homecoming were put on hold...indefinitely.
At the same time, Wendy, a real estate agent in
Maryland, Was being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
She watched the planes hit the World Trade Center from
her hospital bed.
Eliza Graham, an author in the United Kingdom,


5t"rSWLR....

TM2 FREDRICK Lux JR.

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Weapons
Department


Hometown: Elmhurst. Ill.

Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: USS Frank Cable iAS-
40)

Career Plans: To finish my tour here and then
we'll see what happens.

Most Interesting Experience: Spearfish-
ing in Guam. I shot a six-foot reef shark.

Words of Wisdom: Keep your friends close.
but your enemies even closer.


Sept. 11, 2001
remembers watching the newsfeed and realizing that "our
lives would probably be changing, too," and "feeling very
close to Americans, as though family had been injured."
Jennifer, in New Jersey, was getting ready for work and
watching the news. Robin, in Philadelphia, was instant
messaging a friend in New York. Gail was in Wisconsin
talking to her husband on the phone.
I imagine that morning being like looking at a doll
house, where the back is exposed and you can see inside
each tiny "box" or room simultaneously. It was the first
times, in my lifetime at least, that I imagined everyone in
the world thinking the same things at the very same time.
When else had our world been so in sync? When else had
all the rooms in the doll house looked, for the most part,
the same?
They certainly don't now. Not with the separation
between those who support the war and those who don't.
Those who are Republican and those who are Democrats.
Liberals and conservatives. Red states, blue states.
In many ways our lives have returned to normal. The
doll house is full of separate activity. Most of us. go to the
mall and don't think about terrorism. Moms worry about
things like saturated fat and grams of sugar, not biological
warfare and Anthrax in the mail. And for many, "the war
in Iraq" is mere arm-chair politics and stimulating dinner
conversation.
Most of us have gotten back to Sept. 11th birthday cele-
brations, feeding dogs, singing to children. Most of us have
a hard time remembering while we are waiting for a red
light to change, the Internet to move faster, or the micro-
wave to ding that there is someone one room over who has
an entirely different set of circumstances.
On Sept. 11, 2001, everyone waiting at a stop light was
most likely thinking about the same things. On a regular
day now, this isn't the case.
Except that on this week, with the anniversary of 9/11,
our thoughts will converge again as we remember what
happened six years ago.
Next week, the doll house will likely resume its sepa-
rate, busy activities.
But when it does, don't feel bad. Instead, feel grateful
and tell a service member "thank you," for keeping it that
way.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for comments at www.
sarahsmiley.com.


A&ERUCIuI. . .
NANCY ROBINSON
- FJob title/command:
A& \ Management Assistant -
CNATTUJax


Hometown: Rochester. N.Y.


Family Life: I have three children and four
grandchildren.

Past Duty Stations: None

Career Plans: To finish my time with civil
service and retire.

Most Interesting Experience: Tra\eling
to Brazil.

Words of Wisdom: Enjoy e\ery day as it \\as
vour last.


HEY MONEYMAN!


Hey. MonevMan!
One of my shipmates
bought a house when he
first came to the area.
He said when he first got
it, the payments seemed
affordable, but now they
are rising beyond his ability
to pay. He said they had to
buy new furniture to fill the
house too.
Those bills are now roll-
ing in as well. He's always
talking about his money
troubles at work and is
really stressed out.
MoneyMan Sez!
Money woes can take a
severe toll on folks. What
comes to mind for why your
buddy's mortgage payments
are rising might be the fol-
lowing; his mortgage loan
was an adjustable rate,
which means the interest
started out low and as rates
have crept up, so have his
payments.
There are also taxes
to consider. Home values
have increased greatly in


the past few years. These
higher assessments mean
higher taxes to pay.
Did your friend consider
Home Owners Association
fees? What about main-
tenance fees that come
with owning a home? Just
because a person has a new
home, doesn't mean you
"have" to have new furni-
ture to fill it, especially if it
means buying the new fur-
nishings with credit.
An increase in home fore-
closures and defaults on
credit cards are becoming
a common problem in our
country. "Financial stress
is probably the No. 1 stress
that gets people to fail,"
says Mr. Kuhlmann, CEO
of ING Direct.
Before making any major
financial purchases, make
sure to research to know
everything you are getting
into before signing the dot-
ted line.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


Annual Hispanic Heritage

Luncheon slated for Oct. 2
The annual Hispanic Heritage Luncheon is planned
for Oct. 2 at 11 a.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club.
This year's guest speaker is Marabell Hernandez,
chairperson of the Urban League of Jacksonville.
The event will feature Hispanic food, entertainment and
culture. For ticket information, call TM1 Felecia Marcano
at 542-2834 or Lt. Kenetta Smith at 542-2486, Ext. 155.

Special preview coming up

W JCT Studios is hosting a special preview of a
seven-part World War II documentary by Ken
Burns titled "The War" Sept. 20 at their studios
at 100 Festival Park Avenue in downtown Jacksonville.
A reception starts at 6 p.m. and the presentation begins
at 7:15 p.m. All active duty, retirees, World War II vet-
erans and their families are invited to attend this free
event. For more information, call 359-2644.
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ON THE HOMEFRONT


7,. .


SUNDAY SERVICES


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

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


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer................Capt. Jack Scorby Jr.
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer...........................Capt. Steve Holmes
Command Master Chief................................uCMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer......................................................... Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer ................................... Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor............... . ...................................................... Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor............................................... AO1 (AW) Ron McClain
Design/Layout .............................................................. George Atchley
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 13, 2007 3


VP-45 helps



orphanage



while on



deployment


By Lt. Edward Fong
VP-45 PAO
T -45 and Consol-
idated Maintenance
V Organization Eleven
(CMO-11) Sailors and offi-
cers recently lent a helping
hand to a group of chil-
dren at an orphanage in El
Salvador while on deploy-
ment flying operations in
support of U.S. Southern
Command's counter drug
operations.
On Aug. 19, 15 personnel
from the VP-45 detachment
in Comalapa, El Salvador
visited the Hogar Del
Nifio (House of the Child)
orphanage in San Vicente
de Pauil, Barrio San Jacinto,
San Salvador. The VP-45
team also raised more than
$700 in donations from the
Sailors in El Salvador prior
to the trip and used that
money to buy gifts for the
children.
On this particular trip,
the volunteers were given
the opportunity to interact
with about 45 of the tod-
dlers ranging from 2 to 4
years of age. After sever-
al hours of working (play-
ing) with the children, the
Sailors distributed the
gifts that they had brought
with them which included
sneakers for all of the chil-
dren, toy cars and trucks,
jump-ropes, balls, teddy
bears and dolls. Although
the children were happy to
have the -volunteers spend


The children at the orphanage gather around one of the bags
filled with gifts donated by the Sailors assigned to the VP-45
detachment in El Salvador.


Photos by MC2(AW) Gary Granger Jr.
VP-45 detachment personnel, top row, from left, AT1 (AW)
Kareem Russell, AT3(AW) Virginia Hernandez, AD1(AW)
Micah Williams, AM2 Brandon Schultz, Lt. Cmdr. Paul Nix,
AE2(AW) Tamer Elsioufi, A03 Brett Cospy, AM3(AW) Daniel
Reavis, OS2 Antoinette Luckey, Lt. Edward Fong, PS3(AW)
April jean Gooderham. Middle row, from left, AZ2(AW)
Jamie Waycaster, Lt. Chris Metz, Lt. j.g. Amanda Henry and
AT2(AW/NAC) Chad Zillioux volunteer at an local orphanage
in El Salvador.
time with them
and were ecstat-
ic when they
received their
gifts, the enjoy-
ment from the
visit was defi-
nitely not one-
sided. The '
Sailors cher- - t
ished the expe-
rience and their ADI(AW) Micah Williams, the organizer
gratification was of the volunteer trip to the orphanage,
reflected by Lt. poses with some of the children.
Chris' Metz's
statement, "I feel like what it will mean a little bit
they gave us was more than more to AD1(AW) Micah
what we gave to them." Williams who organized the
Though the visit to the trip and fundraising efforts.
orphanage will be remem- Having just transferred to
bered by all those involved, VP-45 after being stationed


in Sigonella, Italy for the
past six years, Williams
sought to take advantage
of being part of VP-45's
deployment to El Salvador
to work with and help the
local community. With the
help of Sor (Sister) Amanda
from the orphanage, he was
able set up these trips to
the Hogar Del Nifio. This
was the second trip to the
orphanage in as many
months and Williams hopes
that there will be many
more to come. When asked
what motivated him to orga-
nize these trips, he replied,
"To see the joy and happi-
ness in a child's eyes; there
is no better feeling!"
The Hogar Del Nifio takes
in children who have been
orphaned ranging from
infants through 18 years old.
The orphanage staff cares
for approximately 2,500
children through the age of
13 for boys and 12 for girls.
At that age, the children
are sent off to a different
school in the orphanage sys-
tem. According to Amanda,
many of the adoptions from
the orphanage are made by
families in Spain.
VP-45 is currently
approaching the mid-point of
its six month tri-site deploy-
ment to Italy, El Salvador,
and Djibouti with detach-
ments to various other loca-
tions in Europe, the Middle
East, and Africa.


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Combined Federal

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is tomorrow
By Staff
he 2007 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)
kickoff for NAS Jax and tenant commands is
tomorrow at 1 p.m. at the Bachelor Officer's
Quarters Pavilion. Representatives from various
non-profit organizations will be on hand to speak,
as well as individuals from the community who will
share their personal testimonies and how they wete
assisted by a CFC charity.
The goal for this year is $622,000. The 2007 CFC
incentives for turning in pledge cards before Nov. 30
are: first prize, a five-day Caribbean cruise for twb;
second prize, an HD color TV; third prize, a $500
airline gift card; fourth prize, a weekend getaway for
two; fifth prize, a one week free car rental and sixth
and seventh prizes, $100 gift checks. Finalists will
be picked by random drawing and will participate in
a drawing to determine which incentive prize they
receive at the CFC celebration in late January 2008.,
Special recognition gifts for leadership givers are:,
Double Eagle ($1,200-plus) - engraved rosewood box
with pen and pencil, American flag and eagle awarl,
insulated six-pack cooler and watertight sport case;
Eagle ($600-$1,199) - American flag and eagle award,
insulated six-pack cooler and watertight sport cas;e;
Patriot ($300-$599) - insulated six-pack cooler arid
watertight sport case and Pioneer ($150-$299) - water-
tight sport case.
There has been a major change in the CFC this
year. The Office of Personnel Management, the gov-
erning agency for the CFC, has given all participating
charities a permanent five-digit code. This code num-
ber replaces the four-digit codes that you used in past
campaigns to designate your pledge. The five-digit
code will stay the same for a charity for as long as it
is doing business as a nonprofit organization. When
you are completing your pledge form, please take the
time to review the charity list booklet and identify the
charities you wish to support and use their new five-
digit code. No new codes will begin with zero.
The loaned executives for NAS Jax and tenant com-
mands are:' CWO3 Charles Jakes and CS1 Bobby St.
George (NAS Jax), Rick Reckert and Angela Roberson
(FRCSE) and Lt. Anthony Illana and HMC Nancy
Glaser (Naval Hospital Jax).
For more information, call Jakes at 542-4539 or St.
George at 542-8191.


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Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Diane Campa, wife of Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Joe Campa (center), listens
as Morale, Welfare and Recreation Director John Bushick and Child Development Center
Program Director Mary Cano discuss the Voluntary Pre-K program at the center during
Campa's visit here Sept. 6.
Diane Campa discusses some issues
with NAS Jax Fleet and Family
Support Center Director Carolyn
McCorvey. ~"I came to Jacksonville to
attend the Ombudsmen Appreciation
Luncheon at NS Mayport and since
e I was in the area, I wanted to tour
NAS Jax as well. This is my first trip
here. I wanted to talk with some ofs
the pillars of support for our Navy
families. So I'm visiting the FFSC,
Child Development Center and Youth
Activities Center," said Campa.




New IA support group available


From the Fleet and Family
Support Center
h A n individual aug-
mentee (IA) support
roup is being initi-
ated to help families after
lp9ed ones deploy.
,,Families will have an
opportunity to get together
with others who. are in the
same situation. They will
be able to discuss various
issues, challenges and learn
about services and pro-
fgr-ms the Fleet and Family
S'ipport Center has to
offer. It is an opportunity to

Shield

maltreatment
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conference to

be held here
Fr6m the Fleet and Family
Support Center
rThe NAS Jax Fleet
and Family Support
: T Center is hosting a
child maltreatment confer-
ence for multidisciplinary
professionals Sept. 25-27
at the Chapel Education
Building 749.
The presenters for this
conference will be the
Armed Forces Center for
Child Protection located
at the Bethesda Naval
Hospital.
The team includes doc-
tors, nurses and social
workers. The three-day con-
ference will cover all types
of child abuse, screening,
risk factors, reporting and
prevention.
The conference is open
to medical personnel, clini-
cal personnel, commands,
chaplains and Child
Development Center pro-
fessionals. '
For more information or
to register, contact Sandy
Jones at 542-2766, Ext. 115.

Base housing

tenants must

sign new leases
From Staff
The military housing
privatization contract
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.
For more information, call
Housing at 542-2996.


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


The following support
group meetings are upcom-
ing:
Sept. 20, Oct. 4 and 18,
Nov. 1 and 15 and Dec. 6
and 20. Meetings are held
from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the
FFSC (Building 554).
Families are encouraged
to call 542-2766, Ext. 127
for more information and to
sign un.


Ombudsman conference eases


transition to program updates


By MC2 Monica Nelson
Special Contributor


Navy Region Southeast Family
Readiness Program is hosting a
conference for regional ombuds-
men and command leaders at the Clarion
Hotel Airport Conference Center Sept.
18-19.
The two-day informational focuses on
providing guidance to both groups on the
new Navy Family Ombudsman Program
instruction, the ombudsman training man-
ual and other program updates released in
May 2007.
Workshops led by subject-matter experts
from Commander Navy Intelligence
Command, Reserve Readiness Command
Southeast, Commander Navy Region
Southeast and area Fleet and Family


Support Centers will also cover expansions
made in the Ombudsman program, such as
hurricane relief and individual augmenta-
tion support.
"Space is still available. We'd love to see
more local ombudsmen and command lead-
ers attend this conference," said Dianne
Parker, Navy Region Southeast Navy
Family Ombudsman Program manager.
According to Parker, the majority of the
region's ombudsmen are located in the
Jacksonville/Mayport/Kings Bay areas.
Registration is required. "They can
call their base Fleet and Family Support
Center to sign up for this training," said
Parker.
Interested ombudsmen or command lead-
ers can also contact Parker directly for reg-
istration information by calling 542-5380.


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Cmdr. Robert Surgeoner recently took over as the new NAS Jax Operations officer.


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Operations department head


By MC2 Lynn Friant
Staff Writer


mdr. Robert
Surgeoner has
reported to NAS
Jacksonville as the new
Air Operations depart-
ment head and he says
he's looking forward to the
challenges of his new role
here. "I'm looking forward
to getting settled back into
the Jacksonville area. This
is the third time I've been
stationed here, although
the other two times were
at NAS Cecil Field," said
Surgeoner. "I love NAS Jax.
The command environment
is fantastic. There is a tre-
mendous sense of team-
work, pride and profession-
alism throughout the ward-
room, the enlisted ranks
and the civilian .workforce.
I'm really looking forward
to the next few years and
hope to positively contrib-
ute to the NAS Jax team."
Surgeoner, a native of
Reading, Pa., was commis-
sioned through the NROTC
Unit at Pennsylvania State
University in 1985, where he
earned a Bachelor of Science
degree. He earned his naval
flight officer "wings of gold"
at NAS Pensacola, Fla. in
April 1987, and after com-
pleting initial fleet replace-
ment training, reported
to the VS-24 "Scouts" at
NAS Cecil Field in 1988.
He deployed aboard USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-
71) to the Mediterranean
Sea for her maiden voyage
in 1989, subsequently tran-
sitioned to the S-3B, and
again deployed aboard USS
Theodore Roosevelt in sup-
port of Operations Desert
Shield, Desert Storm and
Provide Comfort in 1991.
He then reported to the
VS-27 "Seawolves" at NAS
Cecil Field for instruc-
tor duty at the S-3B fleet
replacement squadron. In
1992, he was selected as the
events coordinator for the
Navy Flight Demonstration
Squadron, The Blue Angels.
After completing his
Blue Angels tour in 1995,
Surgeoner reported to
Commander, Sea Control


Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
(CSCWL), as officer-in-
charge of the S-3B Weapons
Training Unit. After
detaching from CSCWL in
1996, he reported to the
VS-21 "Fighting Redtails"
at NAF Atsugi, Japan, for
a department head tour,
where he completed two
deployments aboard USS
Independence (CV-62) to the
Western Pacific Ocean and
the Arabian Gulf.
In 1998, Surgeoner report-
ed to Air Command and
Staff College, Air University,
Maxwell Air Force Base,
Ala., where he complet-
ed his Joint Professional
Military Education (JPME)
Phase I and was award-
ed a Master of Military
Operational Art and Science
degree. In 1999, he report-
ed for joint duty at the
National Reconnaissance
Office (NRO) in Chantilly,
Va. While assigned to the
NRO, Surgeoner completed
his Phase II JPME at the
Joint Forces Staff College,
; Norfolk, Va., was designat-
ed a joint specialty officer
and received a Master of
Aeronautical Science degree
with Distinction from
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University.
As the new Operation's
officer, Surgeoner has three
goals he plans to accomplish.
"Number one is to promote
safety, both in the work-
place and at home. There
are a lot of taxpayer dollars
invested in all of us and the
return on investment is seri-
ously diminished if folks are
getting injured or worse. We
must think safety in every-
thing we do and make those
around us think safety as
well," stated Surgeoner.
"Number two is training. We
must develop our junior
personnel into our future
leaders. We must help them
to get the qualifications they
need to serve, the training
they need to advance and
the responsibility they need
to become effective lead-
ers. And, number three is
to have the best air show
in NAS Jacksonville history
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planning in place to have an
even better one in 2010."
In the future, Surgeoner
plans to continue mov-
ing forward with posi-
tive momentum. "We have
a strong team here. The
leadership challenge is
to continue to' build the
type of motivation and
morale that will makes
us a premier air station,"-
Surgeoner continued. "At
NAS Jax we serve the fleet,
fighter and families, and
those of us in Operation's
Department can make
huge contributions. We
want to make a great
impression upon those who
come here. It doesn't mat-
ter if it is their first visit
or their 50th, whether they
are aircrew or passengers or
whether they are attached to
the Department of Defense
or other government agen-
cies. We want them to be
impressed when they arrive
and look forward to return-
ing when they depart."
In his free time Surgeoner
enjoys spending time with
his wife, Christy and two
children, Emily and Jack.
'We spend much of our time
attending our kid's sport-
ing events. I also enjoy an
occasional round of golf and
I'm an avid Penn State and
Philadelphia Eagles football
fan," he said.
"This is going to be a
great tour. We have a lot
of highly-motivated person-
nel here and I look forward
to joining them," concluded
Surgeoner.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 13, 2007 5


Ombudsmen luncheon plannedI


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Work Life Family Consultant Wanda Archer creates a special ombudsmen recognition!
board at the Fleet and Family Support Center in recognition of Ombudsmen Appreciation
Day which is tomorrow. A special luncheon to recognize all Ombudsmen aboard NAS Jax
will be held Sept. 20 at 11:30 at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. For more information, con-
tact Wilhemina Nash at 542-2766, ext. 155.



Jax military community,


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From Navy Medicine
Support Command
Rolling Thunder's
2007 Ride Home,
an annual activ-
ity held in conjunction
with the National Park
Service's (NPS) multi-day
program that recognizes
and honors the nation's
POWs and MIAs, will be
held in Andersonville and
Americus, Ga. Sept. 19-22.
Retired Army Air Corps
Maj. Carrol Woods, the only
remaining survivor of more
than 30 Tuskegee Airman
World War II POWs, is
the featured guest speaker
Sept. 21.
"The Jacksonville mili-
tary community,, especially
the Jacksonville Rolling
Thunder chapter, is playing
a major role in this event,"
said Larry Coffey, a Rolling
Thunder Florida Chapter
4 Jacksonville member
and an employee at the
NAS Jacksonville-based
Navy Medicine Support
Command.
"Many of our members
are either active duty mili-
tary, drilling reservists,
military retirees or veter-
ans."
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a series of events conducted
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those still missing in action.
"The Ride Home gives us
the opportunity to recognize
and thank the POW's in our
community," said Yordan, a
Navy reservist and presi-
dent of the Rolling Thunder
Jacksonville Chapter.
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that the former POW's
and their families endured
during their capture."
Rolling Thunder's program
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dinner and candlelight cer-
emony Sept. 21, which is
National POW/MIA Day,
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AT AIR OPERATION s
AL A A sInger board a plane headed for NS Guancilities watchanamo Bay, Cuba, at the NA a
supervisor at the Air Operations Air Traffic
Control Tower, uses some binoculars to
ensure aircraft are complying with safety
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aeilorns assigned to Air Operataions (Air Ops) aboarda
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With eight divisions and 183 pi ersonnel, Air Ops is the losel. A
largest department aboard the station. Then divisionstr s
include: Air Mobility Command(AMC) terminal, air n tra
fic control, airfield facilities (AFM), boat, fuels, ground





electronic maintenance, arresting gear and the transient
The department operatesrand maintains a Class III B


two airfields and one emergency runway, and provide full
passenger and cargo handling services at the'terminal, as




well as aircrafon t i t an e the it toservicing duties.
We areof the aironly 24-hour divert field in the southeast.

officer. mWe exist to service the fleet." a er
Air traffic control is one of the most critical divisions in
the department. Air traffic controllers (ACs) operate the
control tower and radar department. They watch over all
planes traveling through the airport's airspace, but their



parts at the Jacksonville International Airport. "The dif- ET2 Johnathan Mansen of Ground Electronic Maintenance Division performs preventive maintenance as part of his daily
ference is that the average age of a controller here is about tine to ensure all equipment meets or exceeds stringent Federal Aviation Administration certifications and performance st
24 years old and they are given amount of responsibilities dards to provide fleet support.
at a young age," said Lt. David Buxton, air traffic control
facilities officer.
The primary responsibility of the ACs assigned to Air
Ops, is the safe operations of military aircraft. They coor-
dinate the movement of hundreds of aircraft each day, R4 ,
keeping their landings and take-offs at safe intervals.
They relying on radar and visual observation, they closely
monitor each plane to ensure a safe distance between allATaaS
aircraft and to guide pilots between the hangar or ramp '-
and the end of the airport's airspace. In addition, control- -.
lers keep pilots informed about changes in weather condi-
tions such as wind shear, a sudden change in the velocity
or direction of the wind that can cause the pilot to lose
control of the aircraft.
"I enjoy coming to work because every day is different,"
said AC2 Corey Fowler, local controllman. "I particularly
like the high traffic flow, when it gets busy. There is a lot
of talk and coordination going on. Everyone is talking,
looking out the windows, making sure everyone is where
they depare supposed to be and ensuring separations are '
maintained between all aircrafts"
The control tower is responsible for all visual control ..
within a five-mile radius of the center of the airport, up to .
2,600 feet. Information is communicated using computer
switchboards and verbal communication in both the radar
room and the control tower. They are in constant commu-
nication with the pilots and with each other.
The radar department observes the planes in the team's .'..
airspace on radar and communicates with the pilots when a.
necessary. Radar controllers warn pilots about nearby .
planes, bad weather conditions, and other potential haz-
ards. Two planes on a collision course will be directed ABH2 Junior Joseph conducts preliminary baggage checks as passengers enter the air terminal at NAS Jacksonville. Passed
around each other. Through team coordination, the plane later go through a physical bag check upon boarding the aircraft.


ting them to the deck safely was my most rewarding
experience," said AC2 Joseph Herrera, radar supervi- co
sor. "Knowing I was a part of helping them out when the
weather was bad and the pilot landed and said, 'excellent
approach,' makes you feel like you are doing your job,"

Ensure all command's equipment meets or exceeds
stringent Federal Aviation Administration certifications
andperformance standards in order to provide fleet sup-
port, the department has a ground electronics mainte-
nance division (GEMD).
"We perform whatever is necessary to bring up the
backup system online to safely run the airfield," said ETy

GEMD is responsible for all ATC equipment that includes:


UHF, VHF and FM radio communications, air navigational
- aids, weather monitoring/reporting equipment, precision - -a
- approach and air search radar systems. GEMD also con-
ducts preventive and corrective maintenance. ' -,
{ The AMC Terminal staff performs duties much like a
commercial airline company such as ticketing, baggage -
handling; passenger eligibility verification functions and
on-base transportation for transient aircrews to lodging
, and messing facilities. Cargo services include palletizing,
Setting, weighing, loading and off-loading. They also sup-
Sport deploying units as well as coordinate the homecoming
of returning squadrons.
The T-Line personnel provide all the line servicing func-
tions required to support transient aircraft, including


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Air traffic controllers (ACs) at NAS Jacksonville visually monitor an incoming aircraft. ACs working in
responsible for the visual control of the airport within a five-mile radius of the airport, up to 2,600 feet.


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AT3 Bryan Frailey, flight data coordinator at the NAS Jax Air Traffic Control Tower, gathers information from a flight stip containing the aircraft's call sign, squawk, aircraft take-off time, route
and altitude to relay to other controllers in the tower and the pilot.


PHOTOS BY
MC 1 (AW) TOIETE JACKSON


AC2 Ramon Alvarez, right, teaches ACAN Johnny Lundy how to read a clearance strip on an
aircraft in the radar room. The clearance strip is the pilots route of flight.


AT2 Marcus Walton vectors an aircraft to the final approach course to be handed off to the
precision approach radar (PAR). The PAR is used to track landing aircraft to provide lateral
and vertical guidance to an aircraft pilot.


AIR OPS: Department

has several divisions

achieving many tasks

From Page 6

parking, launching, 'fueling, servicing liq-
uid oxygen systems (LOX).
The arresting gear division personnel
maintain and operate emergency arrest-
ment gear systems for local squadron and
transient aircraft, the Fresnel Lens Optical
Landing Systems and Precision Approach
Path Indicator Systems. They also support
visiting trainer aircraft and detachments.
AFM staff provide support for carrier,
carrier air wing, NATO, Army, Air Force
aircraft detachments with ramp hangar,
offices, communications and administrative
support. AFM administers Air Operations
memorandums of understanding avia-
tion assets, special projects, security and
flight line badges. AFM also coordinates
airfield facilities projects, preventative
maintenance, quality assurance, contrac-
tor training and liaison. They are respon-
sible for transient aircraft emergency
maintenance, foreign object debris control,
aircraft environmental hazardous waste,
vehicular operator's course, airfield energy
conservation, emergency airfield lighting
equipment, aircraft wash/ring racks, bird
aircraft strike hazard protection, NATO/
BRAC planning criteria and NAVOSH.
Boat division personnel perform mili-
tary security and search and rescue river-
ine operations, operate, service, and per-
form non-shipyard maintenance, maintain


AT3 Chris Edmondson updates the status
board in the radar room. The status board
informs the team of the status of each equip-
ment, weather reports and other pertinent
information. It is updated when any changes
occurs.
boats used by NAS Jacksonville Security
Department and provide oil spill control.
Fuels division operates and maintains
the bulk fuel service storage facility and
monitors the aircraft-refueling contract.
Fuel services include skid refueling (hot
pits), truck refueling, defueling, used
oil collection, cryogenics (LOX/nitrogen)
services and non-aircraft refueling. The
division also manages bulk fuel transfer,
inventory management, fuel testing and
facility/ equipment maintenance.
The administrative side of the house is
extremely important as well to the overall
success of the department. They provide
personnel support to all divisions and work
'as a liaison with the Personnel Support
Detachment. Sometimes they are over-
looked, due to the visibility of their job.
But everyone plays an important part to
the day-to-day requirements of the Air
Operations Department.


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sengers boarding a military flight to NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


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8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 13, 2007

Thanking the


'Greatest Generation'


By Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah Robinson
NAS Jax Chapel
In Isaiah 6:8 the prophet says, "Then
I heard the voice of the Lord saying,
"Whom shall I send? And who will go /
for us? And I said, Here I am send me!
It's been a while since I last wrote some
of my critical thoughts and had an oppor-
tunity to share them with you. The pas-
sage in Isaiah is about invitation for ser-
vice. The short text is also about accepting
one's call to service. Everyone probably
has some kind of call on his or her life.
Therefore, it is important to understand
the complexity of one's call. We are called
to a variety of vocations to serve our fellow
human beings.
Marian Wright Edelman once said, "That
service is the rent we pay to be living. It is
the very purpose of life and not something
you do in the spare time."
In keeping with that theme I am often
reminded of that sacrifice is part of service
and one must confront this issue when ful-
filling a call to serve.
Moreover, sacrifice often requires the
person fulfilling the call to subordinate
one's own selfish ambition pursuits for the
greater good of humankind. I am glad to
report that the spirit of sacrificial and ser-
vant leadership is alive and well. In fact,
I got the opportunity to sit at the feet of
individual who embodied this spirit of ser-
vant leadership.
Just a couple of days ago I was invit-
ed to a memorial service with former
members of the 87th Naval Construction
Seabee Battalion, a unit that served with
honor and distinction during World War II.
During my short time with these wonder-
ful patriots I was truly blessed and hon-
ored to be in their presence to share a few
good words with the former members and
their beloved and dedicated families. In
fact, some of those folks traveled thousand
of miles to pay homage to their comrades.
While spending the morning with them, I
thought I was called to provide the bless-
ing, but quickly I realized that their stories
and their awesome spirit, love, and com-
mitment to each other and this grateful
nation left an indelible mark on my heart.
This spirit of service was alive and full of
vitality even though many of the partici-
pants are now in their golden years. Their
testimony touched me so deeply that I


CHAPLAIN'S

CORNER


Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah Robinson
probably can not fully explain in words
how much. We are blessed to live in this
great country because of the folks I met at
the memorial. We are blessed because of
their service and sacrifice during crucial
period in this nation's history.
Now, when I speak of the members of the
87th, I don't just mean the men in harm's
way. Good company makes difficult jour-
ney easier. I am also talking about the
support system that sustained them while
they discharged their duties on the battle
field. These folks did not serve in uniform,
but they supported the Seabee in the field
on the home front. The family members
stuck with the Seabees throughout the
years and are instrumental in organizing
these events to celebrate the proud legacy
of this unit.
It's no wonder that the people who
lived during World War II generation are
affectionately called the, "The Greatest
Generation." These folks set bar very high
for the rest of us. They taught us through
their service both in the combat theater
and on the home front what servant lead-
ership looks like and what it means to
sacrifice.
Again, it was good to-be in the company
this most excellent example of ordinary
people who performed extraordinary ser-
vice on behalf of all of us. Therefore, if you
see a member of this generation wearing
a hat that identifies them as a member of.
this age group, tell them "thank you" for
their sacrifice and service.
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 13, 2007 9



Officer photo deadline approaching


From Navy
Personnel Command
Communications Office
W ith the Sept. 30
deadline approach-
ing, officers are
reminded they are required
to have a full-length color
photograph in their official
military file, according to
NAVADMIN 103/07.
:"We are professionals
and demonstrate that every
day around the world," said
Vice Adm. John Harvey Jr.,
Chief of Naval Personnel.
"Having officer photos back
in the records reinforces
our commitment to ensur-
ing our leaders display mil-
itary bearing, and provide
an example for those they
lead."

Naval War

college

offers program
From the Naval War
College
S he Naval War Col-
lege's (NWC) College
of Distance Education
is offering its Fleet Seminar
Program in the Jacksonville
area. This academic year
(september 2007 - May
2008), the Joint Maritime
Operations and Strategy
and Policy course will be
offered at NAS Jacksonville
ahd the National Security
a'n t Decision Making
course will be offered at NS
Mayport.
:This highly acclaimed pro-
gram parallels, to a major
degree, the course of study
followed by students in the
College of Naval Command
and Staff in Newport, R.I.
*Three-hour classes are
held in the evening (one
night per week for approxi-
mately 34 weeks).
:Each seminar is led by a
t6o adjunct faculty mem-
ber from the local area.
Students can earn a NWC
diploma, JPME Phase I
credit and up to 21 gradu-
ate credit hours. All books
and materials are pro-
vided on a loan basis and
there is no tuition charge.
Enrollment is open to USN/
USMC/USCG 0-3 or above,
USA/USAF 0-4 or above or
Department of Defense GS-
11 or above. All applicants
must have a baccalaureate
degree.
Call Capt. Bob Buehn
at 542-3413 or e-mail
bbuehn@yahoo.com or
Professor Dave Fay at
317-7902 or email dfay@
lsijax.com for more infor-
mation. Applications are
online at: cde.nwc.navy.mil.
Applications will be accept-
ed until Sept. 14.

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or GED, firefighter or emer-
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Officers who do not have
a photograph on the elec-
tronic military personnel
records system in their cur-
rent grade must submit a
photograph before Sept. 30.
The preferred uniform will
be service khaki without a
cover. When service khaki
is unavailable, any regula-
tion uniform is acceptable.
When official Navy or
Department of Defense
facilities are not available,


officers are authorized to
use commercial sources.
If commercial sources are
unavailable, officer may
submit any color photo-
graph that complies with
the requirements outlined
in MILPERSMAN 1070-
180. These requirements
include:
* Display a full-length
(head-to-toe), three-quar-
ter view of the member (left
shoulder forward).


* Use a plain, flat back-
ground to provide sufficient
contrast to highlight details
of the uniform.
* Printed photo must be
four inches wide, six inches
high. A menu or hand-let-
tered title board must be
placed at or near the mem-
ber's left foot so it is clear-
ly readable in the finished
photograph, containing the
following identifying data
in two-inch high letters:


* Member's last name,
first name and middle
initial(s).
* Grade, last four digits
of the social security num-
ber and designator.
* Date photograph taken
(day, month, year).
An example of what
should be included on the
title board is:
OFFICER, FIRST, M.
LCDR/1234/1310
17 APR 07


Photographs must be
attached to NAVPERS
1070/884. This form and
MILPERSMAN 1070-180
are available for download
at http://buperscd.technol-
ogy.navy.mil/bupupdt/508/
milpers/1070-180.htm.
Photographs must be
mailed to: Navy Personnel
Command, Pers-312C, 5720
Integrity Dr., Millington,
TN 38055-3120.


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10 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 13, 2007


The many benefits



of staying Navy

By FLTCM(SS/SW)
ickeestCommand ROM THE FLEET
U.S. Fleet Forces Command FROM THE FLEET


Don't know that too
many people come into
their first enlistment
in the Navy with the men-
tality that this is going to
be a career, but a lot of us
end up making the choice
to stay Navy. So what is it
that influences our decision
to- go from a one-enlistment
Sailor to a career Sailor?
Of course, acceptance of
the military lifestyle is pre-
requisite for anyone to con-
sider staying in, but most of
us have that, or we would
have become an attrition/
retention statistic. As much
as I would love to say dedi-
cation to duty and country
is a major deciding factor
for all Sailors to stay past
their first term in the Navy,
think it's. shared by the
nefits and yes the money.
Th following is an example
of the Navy package. An
E-4 wth over three years of
service makes a base pay of
$1,787%a month, or $21,444
per' year, before taxes.
This is base pay only and
doesn't include your hous-
ing subsistence, clothing
allowance, sea pay, or other
special pays. Ignoring the
rest of the additional pay,
just based on base pay and
housing, an E-4 would have
to be making $35,376 a
year in the civilian sector to
cover base pay and housing
if ignoring the other vari-
ables such as taxes. Catch
my drift?
But deciding to stay Navy
goes beyond money and
delves into areas somewhat
overlooked. For instance, 30
days of paid vacation you
are authorized each year.
Most civilian jobs only offer
10 days a year. And where
most civilian jobs would
give you six paid holidays
per year, the Navy gives
you 10. Are you getting
this? Keep adding it up! , ,
There is also the educa-
tional opportunities that
are abound in the Navy
from our tuition assistance
to our free CLEP and DSST
exams to the PACE courses.
Not to mention the further
you advance in rate, the
more credit you can pos-
sibly get toward your col-
lege degree. The Navy has
numerous programs leading
to college degrees and has
arraignments with many
colleges to grant credit and
'direct Sailors on a rating-
specific roadmap to their
education.. There are even
more opportunities to earn
credit toward your bache-
lor's and master's within
several rates. Have' you
downloaded your SMART
transcript?
As a service member or
retiree you are eligible for
reduced-fare flights with
Space "A" Travel which,
with a loose schedule, can
allow you to fly to locations
around the world at a mini-
mum cost. With today's air-
line fares, Space "A" is an
often overlooked significant
benefit the military offers.
Other benefits that you
are privy to when you stay
Navy are free legal service,
tax service, discounted child
care, spouse employment
assistance, and, for Sailors
from or in certain areas, no
state taxes or reduced fees
for many things such as car
registration.
One of the greatest ben-
efits we enjoy is access
to Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) services
such as base clubs, MWR
events and discounted tick-
ets, fitness centers, pools,
tennis courts and golf cours-
es, discounted equipment


FLTCM(SW/SS) Rick West
rentals, hobby shops, and
family member activities.
I'MWR is and will continue
to be one of my focus areas.
The Navy's MWR pro-
grams offer a variety of rec-
reation, social and commu-
nity support activities on
U.S. Navy facilities world-
wide. Their programs pro-
vide active duty, reserve
and retired Navy person-
nel and their families with
.sports and physical fitness
activities, child develop-
ment and youth programs
and a variety of food and
beverage services.
From fitness, afloat rec-
reation and single Sailor
programs -- to Information,
Tickets and Travel offices,
the Navy Motion Picture
Service and child and youth
programs -- Navy MWR
plays an important role in
the lives of Sailors and their
family members. Have you
used a MWR facility late-
ly? MWR professionals
are committed to providing
world-class programs and
services that help improve
your quality of life.
The cost adds up when
comparing what you would
,spend -to have access to
these or similar services as
a civilian and personally
I don't think there is any
comparison - you simply
can't match it. Would you
be able to afford to have the
luxury of a gym member-
ship or would you have to
save that money for your
medical insurance? And it's
not just that staying Navy
benefits your wallet; it also
benefits your lifestyle.
By choosing to stay Navy
you offer yourself and your
family a better life. You will
never find yourself put of
work and searching for a
job to support your family.
You will always' be certain
your family will have medi-


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cal care for whatever emer-
gency comes up. You will
have many peripheral, yet
quality-of-life-increasing
services available to you
that you might not be able
to afford as a civilian.
Now as you can tell from
the above I think the Navy
is a great opportunity and
provides some great incen-
tives but I also know as
Sailors you work hard and
deploy and Navy families
endure lots. I know the
Navy isn't for everyone. I
just continue to see great
Sailors with great families-
getting out of the Navy
"without a solid plan" and
as a professional Navy
keeping our best, it may
be difficult for you to come
back once you decide to
leave. Wish I had a nickel
for every person that has
gotten out and wishes they
would have stayed.
It is a very personal
choice to stay in the Navy
or to get your discharge,
but I highly encourage
everyone, regardless of how
made-up your mind is, to
really think about your life,
how you want to live and
what it will be like, realisti-
cally, for you to get out of
the Navy in today's job mar-
ket. Maybe you and your
spouse/family can sit down
and make a simple list com-
paring and contrasting the
different benefits and ser-
vices the Navy has to offer,
and what your lives would
be like outside the Navy.
And maybe you'll be the
next Sailor who makes that
choice to stay Navy.
Fleet master chief tips:
* If you elect to leave
active duty you should
consider joining the Navy
Reserves. See your career
counselor, command mas-
ter chief or chief of the boat
for further details about the
opportunities that exist in
the Naval Reserve.
. Consider and overseas
tour-the experience is
great and there are signifi-
cant monetary advantages.
Hopefully` you've learned
something ini this article or
its got you thinking about
the Navy as your employer
of choice, keep your glass
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 13, 2007 13




Camp Blanding training


Photos by AWC Jason Haynes


The 2007 NAS Jax Chief Petty Officer Selectees gather together for a day of physical training at Camp Blanding Aug. 21. The
group participated in rappelling exercises, obstacle courses and leadership training.

AO1 Jose Vegerano demonstrates his skills of handling
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Photos by AO1 (AW) Ron McClain
TM1 (AW) Felecia Marcano uses the treadmill for some physical therapy at the Fitness Source
three times a week. The Fitness Source has a wide selection of equipment and classes available
for everyone's fitness needs.
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Sept. 22-23
$125 per person
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for more infor-
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Motivational speaker and leadership trainer Charlie Tyrian gets the audience inspired during
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Jax Officers' Club Sept. 6. "There are three A's for a leader's success - aptitude, attitude and
action. Aptitude should relate to the saying, 'Keep it simple stupid;' attitude is based on your
choice of how you want to portay yourself to others; and action is determining what's impor-
tant to you and getting it done," said Tyrian. Tyrian also discussed the importance of having
fun and taking initiative to become successful in your life.


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trainer Charlie Tyrian with a command plaque thanking him for visiting NAS Jax and present-
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Serving up


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A group of Chief Petty Officer Selectees work the concession stand at the
Jacksonville jaguars - Washington Redskins preseason game.



Selectees help at Jag game


-I ' Photo by AE1 Samuel Meyer
Nine NAS Jax Chief Selectees spent their Sunday afternoon volunteering to work the con-
rcession stands at the Jacksonville Jaguars - Tennessee Titans game Sept. 9. The group took
orders, served refreshments and cleaned up during and after the game.




Sailors Aweigh program offers free


Jaguars tickets to military families
Frnm Conmmanrtlr Nav Reaionn


Southeast Public Affairs


he Sailors Aweigh program is a part-
nership of the Jaguars Foundation,
USO and U.S. Navy through the
lqavy Region Southeast bases at NAS
4acksonville, NS Mayport and NSB Kings
p3ay, Ga. The program began during the
�.997 Jacksonville Jaguars football season
to benefit Navy children with a parents)
6n deployment.
The Sailors Aweigh program allows these
families to enjoy a family day together dur-
ing a challenging time of being separated
Irom a parent who is at sea or a post far
from home. This unique program provides
Southeast Region Navy children and their
families a complimentary seat to a Jaguars
home game, including transportation, a T-
shirt and "Jag Dollars" for the children for
food or merchandise. The USO and naval
base personnel at NAS Jacksonville, NS
Iayport and NSB Kings Bay help coordi-
iate the program.
I The Sailors Aweigh program is part
4f the Jaguars Foundation's Charitable
Seating Program, which makes more than
11,000 seats available annually to chari-
table organizations that are doing com-



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lorida Community Coll
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mendable work in the greater Jacksonville
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all Southeast Region Navy children ages
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is currently or about to be deployed, All
youths who participate must agree to
abstain from illegal drugs, alcohol, and
tobacco products.
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naval bases. In 2002, an anonymous donor
helped enhance this program by providing
funding to provide "Jag Dollars" to the par-
ticipating children for food/merchandise.
For more information, call the NAS Jax
Sailors Aweigh Coordinator HM1 Roy
Streicher at 542-7887/7528 or go to www.
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gy (electron- architectural and engineering services and
nd technical
aerospace product/parts manufacturing.
engineering The yearly wage for electronic engi-

re specifical- neer employees in these five industries is
bers working between $45,670 and $54,620.
ion, mechan- This degree can maximize the college
lds. credit received from military transcripts.
ant of Labor If you have any questions about this pro-
, industries gram, see Bob or Chris at the FCCJ office
ployment in on base in Building 110.


FCCJ fall term registration begins


Members of the NAS
Jax Chief Petty Officer
Selectee Black and
Purple Boat Teams vol-
unteer their time work-
ing in the Red Baron
concession stand during
the Jacksonville Jaguars
- Washington Redskins
preseason game Aug. 30.
The group cooked and
served pizza, Italian hoa-
gies and meatball subs.


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Office

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Florida Community
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term is ongoing through
Oct. 17. Classes run Oct. 22
through Dec. 14.
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to get into the class you
wanted in the past, we
highly recommend early
registration to reserve a
seat.
Placement testing is
required for math and
English courses. Allow 48
hours for Navy College to








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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 13, 2007 17,


ATV winner


Photos by AO 1 (AW) Ron McClain
(From left) Seth Gibson; NAS Jax Navy Exchange General Manager Steven Foster;
Angela Gibson; Ensign Robert Gibson and Robert Altman of Champion Brands gather
together with the 2007 Polaris 200 all-terrain vehicle that was won by Ensign Gibson
during a special promotion by Coors Brewing Company and Champion Brands.


Ensign Robert Gibson of Naval Hospital Jacksonville receives the title to his new 2007
Polaris 200 all-terrain vehicle (ATV) from Robert Altman, chain account manager for
Champion Brands Sept. 6. He won the ATV in a drawing held at the NAS Jax Navy
Exchange sponsored by Coors Brewing Company ahd Champion Brands.


CDC: Annual fundraiser kicks off

From Page 1

In the 20 years since NAEYC accreditation was estab-
lished, it has become a widely. recognized sign of high-
quality early childhood education. More than 11,000 pro-
grams, serving one million young children, are currently
accredited by NAEYC - approximately eight percent of all
preschools and other early childhood programs. "The new
NAEYC accreditation system raises the bar for preschools,
childcare centers and other early childhood programs,"
said Mark Ginsberg, Ph.D., executive director of NAEYC.
"NAS Jax CDC's NAEYC accreditation is a sign that they
are a leader in a national effort to invest in high-quality
early childhood education, and to help give all children a
better start."
The NAEYC accreditation system has set voluntary pro-
fessional standards for programs for young children since
1985. As of September 2006, the association's revised
program standards and criteria have introduced a new
level of quality,, accountability, and service for parents and
children in childcare programs. The new standards reflect
the latest research and best practices in early childhood
education and development. NAEYC is committed to uti-
lizing the newest studies and analysis on positive child
outcomes to ensure young children continue receiving the
highest-quality care and education possible.
The NAEYC accreditation system was created in 1985
to set professional standards for early childhood educa-
tion, and to help families identify high-quality preschools,
childcare centers and other early education programs.
Programs are accredited by NAEYC for a five-year period.

CPRW- 11: Buck selected for fellowship

From Page 1

the model for other reserve communities to emulate as the
entire reserve fqrce integrates with the active component.
Under Buck's leadership, squadron organization
and manpower were realigned to include the Warfare
Development Department which was developed, planned
and implemented at CPRW-11, making CPRW-11 the first
patrol and reconnaissance wing to make the transition.
Also under his guidance the Consolidated Maintenance
Organization was implemented at CPRW-11, another
first for the patrol and reconnaissance community, laying
the groundwork for the eventual transition to the P-8A
multi-mission aircraft. His drive and insight as the sensor
wing leader enabled new technologies and war fighting
capabilities, such as improved extended echo ranging, to
be effectively introduced to the MPRA force. With Buck,
CPRW-11 established itself as the leading wing in the
MPRA community.
Buck has been selected for a fellowship on the Chief of
Naval Operation's Strategic Studies Group, in Newport,
R.., for his next assignment.


CALLING CA]


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From Page 10

has risen dramatically - jumping from
200 million calls in 1980 to 11 billion in
2004.
But as the number of international
calls via prepaid cards has escalated, so
too have the number of unsavory busi-
nesses looking to con new immigrants.
And because so many immigrants arrive
without well-developed English skills
and without any knowledge of the U.S.
legal system, they're easy targets.
The typical con, unsurprisingly, is to
shortchange consumers on minutes -
advertising one amount of time, but pro-
viding far less than that.
Often, consumers don't even notice
that they have been ripped-off, as the
voice prompts from the company issuing
the prepaid card are in line with what's
been advertised.
After all, unless you're looking at a
clock, it's hard to tell the difference
between 25 and 30 minutes.
Because this crime is rarely prosecuted
and extremely easy to perpetrate, it has
become shockingly common.
A recent study by an independent
research firm revealed that four major
prepaid calling card companies cut the



ROLLING THUN


organize event to

The symposium continues at 11 a.m.
Sept. 21, at the Student Success Center
on the .GSW campus and features former
Tuskegee Airman Woods as the featured
guest.
Moyer also said Rolling Thunder will
sponsor a 'Five for the Friends' program
to raise funds that will be donated to The
Andersonville Trust, an endowment fund
managed by the Friends of Andersonville
to help maintain the Andersonville his-
toric site and the National Prisoner of War
Museum.
Participating Rolling Thunder chapters
are located in Jacksonville, Melbourne,
Ft. Myers, Gainesville, Inverness and
Sanford, Fla., and in Waverly Hall and


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minutes advertised by up to one-half.
Across all four companies, the average
number of minutes available was actu-
ally just 60 percent of the amount adver-
tised.
These cards aren't simply defective
products. Certain companies are know-
ingly defrauding consumers. Some com-
panies even bribe storekeepers in immi-
grant-dense neighborhoods to sell ille-
gitimate phone cards in exchange for a
percentage of the proceeds.
We're not talking about small change,
either. Experts estimate that fraudulent
prepaid phone cards swindle Hispanics
out of close to a million dollars each
day. And because the people who use
these cards often lack the resources and
the knowledge to fight back against the
scheme, it continues unabated.
Until a comprehensive anti-fraud cam-
paign is in place, unscrupulous compa-
nies will continue to have their way with
prepaid phone card consumers and new
immigrants will continue losing their
hard-earned money.
Floridians who think they might be-
victims of calling card scams are encour-
aged to call the fraud hotline' of the
Attorney General's Office at 866-966-
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Andersonville, Ga. The national organiza-,
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weekend.
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JAX SPORTS AND STANDINGS


Softball teams forming
The Greybeard, Captain's Cup and Women's
Fall Softball Leagues are now forming. For more
information, call the gym at 542-3239.
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-
5451.
Southeast regional qualifying times
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Sports officials and scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is


looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball,
football and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball. Experience is not
required. If interested, contact the NAS Jax Gym.
For more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email bill.bonser@navy.mil.

Flag Football Final Standings
Team Wins Losses
VP-5 12 1
VP-30 O'S 8 2
VR-58 8 4
Naval Hospital 9 4
Brig 6 5
HS-15 6 6
CBMU202 7 7
CMO 5 7
Weapons 3 8
CNATTU 3 9


Intramural Summer Golf
Liberty League Final Standings
Team Wins Losses
VP-16 9 1
CNATTU Gold 5 3
VP-5 4 3
Air Ops 3 7

Intramural Summer Golf
Freedom League Final Standings
Team Wins Losses Ties
Up & Down 10 0


NATEC
Thirty Eagles
CNATTU Blue


Photos by Bill Bonser
VS-22 team members happily display their 2006 Summer Basketball Championship after
defeating Naval Hospital Jax 67-65 in the championship game. Baretta Collins of VS-22 scored
39 points to lead his team to another championship.


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Basketball team looking for players


The Jacksonville Lady Pacers, a local AAU girls travel basketball organization, is
seeking players ages 11-17. If you are serious about basketball, believe in hard
work, and are interested in taking your game to the next level, call Dee Martin at
908-4892 for a tryout.,


The Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit (CNATTU) Jax successfully defended its
2006 Summer Greybeard Basketball Championship. At the beginning of the playoffs, CNATTU
was defeated by the Navy Recruiting District (NRD) 52-48, sending it to the losers bracket.
CNATTU had to defeat NRD twice to come back and win the championship. They defeated
NRD 65-59 to set up a final game between the two teams. CNATTU overcame the odds and
defeated NRD 52-28 to win back-to-back championship.


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #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
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday
of each month at 7 p.m. at
470 Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also
has service officers available
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from 1-4 p.m. to help with claims.
To make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945.
The chapter also offers bingo
every Saturday at 10 a.m. The
public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414,
National Active and Retired
Federal Employees invites all
active and retired employees to
their regular monthly meeting the
second Tuesday of each month
at 1 p.m. at 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 commodore@
njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7 p.m.
at The Country Cabin restaurant
located on Blanding Boulevard.
This organization is open to any
single, divorced, separated, or
widowed that have children of
any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site
at www.pwpnflorida.com or call
307-6261.
Dollhouse and miniatures
enthusiasts hold monthly
meetings the first Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at the Hart
Haven Baptist Church, 47 Jim
Wright Road. Club members
share know-how and help
each other with room-boxes,�
dollhouses and other miniature
projects. Call Grace Tobey for
more information at 783-0354.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/
Westside holds their monthly
meeting the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United MethodistChurch,
112 Blanding Boulevard across
from the Orange Park Mall.
Moms and children are welcome
at all activities. For information
contact Nicole Lopez at 504-
6016 or go to momsclubopw@
yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins Road.
For more information, call AO1
Michael Steckly at 542-5508 or
Jim Bohac at 542-2939. You can
also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses
Association, Inc. holds their
meetings the second Tuesday
of each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 563-4645.
The local chapter of the Military
Officers Association of
America meets for a dinner
program the third Wednesday of
each month at 6 p.m. at the NAS
Jax Officers' Club. All active,
retired and reserve officers of
all services are encouraged to


attend. For reservations or more
information, call 772-0237.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Active and Retired Federal
Employees Association
extends an open invitation to
all currently employed and
retired federal employees to our
regular meeting held at 1 p.m.
on the fourth Thursday of each
month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship
Hall Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information, call
R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email Herlena.
Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at
the Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
The Jacksonville Chapter
of the U.S. Naval Academy
Alumni Association is holding a
luncheonSept.28atthe University
Club, 27th Floor, Riverplace
Tower, 1301 Riverplace
Boulevard. The guest speaker
will be Commander, Navy
Region Southeast Rear Adm.
Mark Boensel. The deadline for
reservations is Sept. 24. For
more information, contact either
Bobby Bray at 384-8060 or Mike
Borns at 285-3400, Ext. 3356 or
273-4714.
A VP-4 All Hands Reunion will
be held Oct. 12-14 at the Crown
Plaza hotel in San Diego. Contact
Bill Broadwell at 619-713-2321 or
go to www.vp4association.com
for information on the reunion.


2007 SPORTS CHALLENGES


September 27
*8am - 1500 Meter Relay
*9:30am - 3 on 3 Basketball
*10am - Bowling
*11am - Dodge ball
*1pm - One Pitch Softball


September 28
*9am - 3 on 3 Sand Volleyball
*9:30am - Washers
**11:30am - Tug-of-War
**Ipm - CO Challenge Canoe Race
2pm - Awards Presentation


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1 & 2 BRSpecia 1700sq. ft., huge 4BR/2BA 4yr old home,
?CALL 398 -9492 tL loft, screened community swimming
CAL_ 39__ 992____ porch, fenced yard, pools and tennis courts.
SOUTHSIDE/Manadrin 2BR's pets ok, PCS $ Great neighborhood
2/1, patio Apts. $750mo; 12,50.00/mo. Call m I it a r y c I a u s e.
2/2, XL AptS, $725mo; 904-535-7350 $1275mo. Avail 1 Oct.
MOVE IN SPECIALS ARGYLE- 3/2, GREAT Frank: 904 270-3135.
Shucom Properties 721-1767 ROOM, FPLC, SCREENED FT. CAROLINE -The Val-
Westside PATIO, FENCED YARD. ley. 3/2, 1600sf, upstairs
Get A REF REQ $995/MO. 7782897 loft, fplc, 2 pools/ tenn
FRESH Atlantic Beach-RENT TO ct, $1350 RTO 221-9855
OWN, 4/2.5, 1800sf, new GREEN COVE Sliver
START! tle/cpt, pnt, fp, 22' Creek 3/2 + ofc.. nearly
Near NAS Joax ceLigs, I yd, 904-687-0496 new. comm pool, Call
$20.07 On -" ff ATLANTIC BCH- Mayport $1,200. 904-476-7694
All 2SR's RENT/RENT 2 OWN
For The 2, 3 & 4 br, free recorded INTERCOASTAL WEST- 3/2
1st Monthi I' msg. 24hrs. 904-334-0893 New Neighborhood, 7 mi
j from beach, Ig fncd yd.
Planters Walk Avondale 2/2, w/office $1500mo. Call 904-314-3838
(904) 778-171 immaculate, appli ch/a, 2
FNI, wd fir, porch $1250 LAKESHORE 3/2 $895
WESTSIDE 2br Newl.y small pet OK. 465-3301 1754SF, h&o, WD Hu, Fenced
Free Rent Special. AVONDALE 4br/2ba, VANSANDT RE 389-3540
c. c.,'or o C.o vii,'' 9i 'f 1 car garage, fpl, wd firs.
^ ^ ^ w/d hkup, pvt fen bk yd, MANDARIN 3br/2ba with
$1200mo. 904-349-8494 garage, hrd wd ta withe.
BARTRAM SPRINGS 20 firs, fplc, master w ith
mins to NAS, 30 mins to garden tub, Ig screened
Baymeadows 3br'2.Sba Mayport. 5br/4ba, 3 car back porch with lake-
"i-s5 Rer.o.alea garage, 3014 sf, master side view. 1828 sq. ft. 15
L.a O Froo,i ,caraorl ste with 2 walk-ins & mins to NAS, 30 minsto
- "866 i.urr,, garden tub. Stainless/ Mayport. $1295/mo
INTRCOAS-granite kitchen. 904-716-7150
INTRACOASTAL Immaculate home in
One 01 A Kind Water amenity filled n'hood MAYPORT- 10 minutes to
Views -,,aea C $1995/mo 904-716-7150 base, 3/2 w/ grage, 1250SF
t0 sgrr.ilr o ol _- $1095 or 2/2.5 condo w/free
o i' -, it-, Jo0 1.P DAVIS SHORES 4/3, 2cg, cable/ internet $995. No
0a.a0w .l30. J 2'30i2 gourmet kit, 3000sf, Pets. Call 904-249-7676
INTRA A WS 1 0 hdwd firs, 2fplc's, avi press 2. Realty Execu-
INTRACOASTAL WEST 9/20. $2000m. 904-716-5348 tives, Ponte Vedra
br=ho;. Court eor 200. all-,--
nre. is 0oi0 remoa EASTARLING- NORTHSIDE- .
grour.d ioar l i.j50mc, TON 3bd/2ba, fully 4 TOWNHOME----,
CaO 52t." .367 wl equipped kitchen, 3 BR/2.5 BA, -
5min from NAS w/garage, land...-
Mayport, 1886 sq. ft., scared bkyd w/privacy....
LAKESHORE/ fenced yard. rent fence. 1,545sf in quiet
WESTSIDE $1450/mo. call (day) comm. Avail Now, PCS.
22 25 . ,r r.:.ni .and 465-1787, (evenings) 1/2 ml from FCCJ North,
D.ii',Ienr. ' [. r 642-4714. 10 min to airport, 20 mln
Cu 1 , * I ,r, [.37 FLEMING ISLAND, 3/2, to NAS. all appis in kit,
slips! Beautitully remoa, $1450mo. Large priv fen bnon smokers, dogs onlydep.
hdwd/llie frn, WDI, nide yard, ultra qulte and P1bemax w/i$400 dep.
by side frge, bt in mcr safe neighbor hood, 267 Property listed at
csi'r Fleming AHRN.com
gasstoe rnse,n Fleming Forest Lane. Rent:$1200/m, $600 dep.
water & sewae.e Dis- will consider lease pur- Call (904)537-7608.
counted rent $895/mo chase, 904-534-9663 Call (904)537-7608..
781-2333__ HOMES FOR RENT NORTHSIDE-,'...
WESTSIDE $900mo. HERON LANDING RBEAUTIF L3 ,
2 years old, 2/2 HodgBeach Blvd. near Master Suite Lo "
w/d, pool, security, Hodges, new 3/ wth gar. w/Garden Tub, Fre"
904-708-6965 rent includes, water, sec w/Garden Tub, Flre-
sYs, basic sattelltet.v. Place, Nice View, $800 "-
Orange Park 1 mile to Internet & basic phone. Deposit. (904)349-2228'or
1-295, 3/2 Irg rooms, The 1500 sq. ft. only "-(816)233-2797 r.
Seasons. Length of lease $10950/mo. avail now. ORANGE PARK House
nego $1000mo 904-264-9078 WINDSOR CHASE ORANGE PARK House-
ORTEG 32 12156 Cedar Trace Dr. N. for sale, rent, rent-to
ORTEGA 3/2, brand new 3/2,2 car gar. approx. own. 3/2 $850/month or
condo all ppli, free 2200 sf $149/mo. $140k. Possible owner.
cable, pets welcome. WINDSOR CHASE- financing. 904-272-7352 ,
$950m + dep 904-229-7867 2428 Ceder Trace Dr. ORANGE Pak Near NAS
PONTE VEDRA 4/2, 2car gar. over 2000sf 3br/2ba with carport;
2/2, 1 car garage, FP, WOODMERE Quiet area. Ref's req'd
W/D, beach access, University Club area very Ph. 904-282-8061 ;-
$l300moCail 273-8047 nice 4/2, 2 car gar. screen ORTEGA miles to NAS
SOUTHSIDE Belle Rive patio large yard $1250 ORTEGA 4 mile/1 s to NAS,
new luxury condo 3/2.5, THE GRAND RESERVE 600 sf, 3/1.5. Pets
SS appis, garage, pool. Hodges & JTB area metro PCwed. $1050/moSafest in Jaxh
2 or 2/2 condo lots of club metro PC. $1050/month,
$1250/month. Lease or amenite avail Novlst Call Theresa 355-8883.
own. Call Jon amenities avail Nay.let o._
904-859-7724 $1100/mo. RIVERSIDE m $725
Sch&o, WD Hkp, Family Rm,
e/3 2 car go. Near Grn House, Fenced, 1100SF.
Atlantitc and hickory VANSANDT RE 389.3540.-
Furnished creek across from elem. unnham m
school $1550/1mo0p. WESTSIDE- very nice- .,
ORANGE PARK- BAYMEADOWS SPE- 4/1.5, ch/a, w/d hkup.-...,
r CIAL Horizons at Stone- frglg, stovefen yd HUD
larger very nice condo $1195 . Ok $850+dep 384-06209 ,
r.Ole & COLLINWOOD OFF
roone ...l c .iKernan 2800 plus SF. WESTSIDE 4/3 $1250.
hor. nonr-moker. 4/2.5 car gar avail now ch&a, WD HkP, Workshop,.
empCo,/ea 14ij50+10 $1495/mo. Fenced, FP, Florida Room.
deg Cao v0J ,10.6J. NEW DAMES PT. AREA VANSANDT RE 389.3540
3&4 BDM HOMES FOR
Hous sRENT starting at WESTSIDE 2/2.5, pool,
$1295/mo. & up.. nice playground waterfront
location basic cable Incid -,"-
Ioaton$900+dep 904-631-2351,7,
ARGYLE NICe 2 1900 HOME FINDER-
ocr mor.r. 81-0 .ecu, REALTY 221-1711 WESTSIDE 3BR,
or, n'ii.har, Pl- call or 241-5501 den, gar, $795mo.
,.1. 1 90 SE HABLA ESPANOL Cunnlngham Rltr 387-0475
I WESTSIDE 3/2,2 story,.,
JACKSONVILLE waterfront, dock, 2cg,
RENTAL HOMES Cherylo Waiter
II�" Wlliams 904-704-9998


ARL*SOUTHSIDE WESTSIDE 5 min. to
NAS, 3/1.5, nice area
*OCEANWAY* CH/A, WD hookup car
*N JAX & O..* port. $875 mo. 904-910-8212
*N. JAX & O.P. *
FROM CONDO'S TO |
LARGE HOMES.S. .
SOME BRAND NEW
CALL FOR INFO 4 A KINGSLAND 2006
HOME FINDER REALT CYTON 16X
OME FINDER REAL' 3/2, GE Appliances.
221-1711 or 241-5501 or Low $ Down and
877-629-4663 Toll Free Assume Loan. Call
Or Visit, si hobla espanol (912)576-4642
www.homefinder WESTSIDE -TIMUQUANA
MOVE IN SPECIAL. $50 off
2 & 3br's $425 - $550
i1�---1_r0 ___-I+ deP. 904-771-3811


The aSOUTHSIDE/Beach Blvd..
- Share clean 2br house, .
5t S0mo w'free uitis
Walk to Ocean, Schools, F*ius, be re on.ible and
S Have Onr. Venicie
Shops, Clubhouse, W _ .21963A, -.
3 Pools/Balconies, sOU.THDEBeachwood
S Playground . ....omo 90u..568.. s7


WESTSIDE - to
share jbr,2oa 0r..
're Almost Full... Come See W share broFr
.r aned home S2u
"pel 5m min 1o NAS
JAX 5450 (90.4)591.5532
WESTSIDE- Day worker
-. N. 5 1550m - illl 77?. .s
AP RT E APARTMENTS w oH Lkae h ...'m
es f160 Seagate Ave * Neptune Beach (904) 249-5 1 In ,, AIA

m ARLINGTON LOW WKLY
ONE BED I DAY STAY
$139 ECONO SINGLE
$159 FULL SIZE ECONO
$175 FULL SIZE R & M
REGENCY INN 725 5093
-ol- ORANGE PARK Clean
RIVIERA PARKWAY .I Nlea. r. U Pets
Single oc upa: nc'.' 5150
neact II St month
APARTMENTS ..... .
Call Nov! + ORANGE PARK
C ar l 1 % ! n , - rn r .e,
N ^389-3 179 ... .
7- .mI. / ,'aier. C.icrie.
NOW 2$'98 St. lohns Ave. l n.,,ni .. ...l.9
$434,900 onln i
3 BR/3 BA- $400/m,
includes utilities,
NOW " Please Call Amelia
Sat (9121675-2018
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Furnished, Includes
AFFORDABLE U utilities, $450/m.
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E LUXURY ROOMS
L RGE Sw/Microwave & Refrigl
Low Dally/Wkly Rates!
1RO O 10% Offor WklyRooml
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
SQUALITY INN (904) 264-1211
Room for rent. 3 bdrm, 2
HO ES bath BRK home. 10 mns
from NAS. More into
Contact Ron 424-7885.
Room near NAS Jax
I IHl a$450.00 monthly. Utili-
ties Included. Furnished~.
or unfurnished..
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saitsarant/
DANCERS NEEDED
$$100$$
PAID DAILY
Passion 641-5033
DANCERS DANCERS
$$1 ,000$$
HIRING BONUS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
DANCERSDOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370
DJ, DOORMAN,
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WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
641-5033





























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training. Please call
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Best Back Treatment
In Jax. Appt Only
Female & Male welcome
446-5504 Lic #FS6314


4, HOOSIER
CABINET-Circa
4t 1920. 99% original
paint. Also, hard-
ware flour sifter, tin bin,
rolling wood door, $375
firm. 269-5883
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Clary & Associates, Inc.
Professional Surveyors &
Mappers - since 1983
3830 Crown Point Road,
Jacksonville FL 32257
904-260-2703
www.claryassoc.com


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Wanted to Buy or
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SAIR CLEANER
Pollenex. For small
41. room, 2 speeds,
lonizer. Extra Hepa
and prefilter
Instructions. Works great,
$30. 268-2482
Dryer / Washer,
Big Cap, Exc. condition,
S200.00 735-9170
SDRYER-5 yr old
dyer Kenmore.Also
STROLLER- Eddie
Bauer Double, $75
OBO for each item.
(912)729-1677



RACING TIRE
1.:r Cup I.?jl 5g a,
- .lo :..-A3
TOY ST E AM
ENGINES .Mamod.
Made in England. Five
different models. They
actually work. $50 each.
904-201-0750 Lv msg.



DESKTOP APPLE G3
computer and monitor,
CD burner $180. Printer
HP-D145 all-in-one color
scan print copy $90.
282-6466 or 923-0951.



FUJI 5.1 DIGITAL
CAMERA with
underwater hous-
Ing, can use up to
130 ft. depth for scuba,
snorkel, watersports.
Call 542-2836
4, FUJI S.1MP DIGI-
S TAL CAMERA
I w/underwater hous-
ing, can use to 130ft
depth for scuba 542-2836
MEDIA CENTER-
HP P.1IlCn FJ F j-iG"Z
41 rm,..,le re.u.or
aaicnr. ,:able Olflce )I0-
D .D ori es. i- in.
mcnlrllor 13S OBO


Co.min S
SuburfceUtiit


AB LOUNGE 2-$60
OBO. Image 8.0
ELLIPTICAL-$125
OBO, Both In Good
Condition, Please Call
Reed (904)716-4981


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* Competitive Salaries * Vacation and Paid Holidays
* Medical & Dental Benefits * Training & Education Available
* 401(K) * Paid Short-term Disability & Life Insurance
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chair, ue. Great condi-
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Berandw vuee sNew l
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A, gROCKEs/RECLi N
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TMEXICA, Mst PSell
COFFEE TABLE, 8$100.























W TTroels i Size to
YOardman Riding







LAWNMOWER.t cod5.
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A COUNTER,







STABLE w/ 4 chain rs,
pSb added, new.



















RAMEXIA TRAER
$400.00 Sofa, lve set/
chOi EXCOR , ocf400.
To n $300. Call$.
wicker char. Ne brown















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$0 $c000. Call Jan
RENSE RN INAG sesin
wiace chair. $ec rowach
with 2 bar stools. Call
772-6320or 635-2975 $175
MATTRESS A Queen Set.
Brand New in plastic
$125 Must se. 904-674-0405
MATTRESS FULL Size
Brand New Must Sell $90
Call Darren 307-17658
MATTRESS King SIze
Still In PlastIc $150
Must sell 904-307-1765
MATTRESS Brand $75
New Queen Size
Stllo In Plastic 307-176S
MEDIA STORAGE
Scabinet- woodgrain,
L castering wheels, 4
shelves, locking
doors, perfect for your
VHF, DVDs, CDs. $35.
1 268-2482
Q QUEEN 4 POSTER
S1BED-Cherry wood,
Absolutely Beauti-
Sful,. Paid $1500,
Asking $500. Call Janet at
333-9634
SINGER ZIGZAG sewing
machine. Decorative
stitches, all attach-
ments , $65. Breakfast
table, glass top, two
chairs $85. 282-6466 or
925-0951.
Wardrobe Closet - Size 19x72
Oak Wood. Exc cond.
$100a obo. Call 771-5031



Fleming Island Sat 8-2;
2664 Glenhaven Dr Lake
Asbury treadmill, kids
toys, ladys/girls clthsl I
Fleming Island Mlosin?
tale' Sal earn B .60 r
AnDur, fr Eo.1 Pina Ck
Oceanway Yard Sale
Lo's C-I s1ual So o ;
-!a*3r i30 [.1agoniia 4.-
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
T r.O: - inee u H.. ,
Yo r, _-or.aq- Sale al
The Market Place]
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA


SResin Wicker Bar
Setfree-standing.
Like new. Brown
with 2 bar stools.
Call 772-6320
or 635-2975. $175
4 Trimmer Cordless,
RYOB1, with wall
vemountable charger.
Manual. Works
Great! 904-268-2482


BROWN LEATHER
FLIGHT JACKET size
38, $100. Navy officers
sword $100. Turke'
cooking pot with full
tank $50. 904-272-7352
ENCYCLOPEDIA World
Book, also ChIldcraft
educational edition and
series of classics. Only
$350, call 264-1506.
EXTENSION LADDERS,
38 and 40 ft. $125 each.
Call 264-1506.
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ULTIMATE HOME 1988Chevy EscaperMH GT C 05. errors, ow miles FORD EXPLORER FORD EXPEDI- HONDA ' < MITSUBISHI TOYOTA 3 Toyota Highlander
GYM W/LEG 67K sleeps 6 full both cold Lthr, CD, auto, only $189/mo.WAC. 923-9768 "96-Good Condition, TION LTD '05. 28K RIDGELINE '06 MONTERO LS " 4RUNNER '03 Limited 06. Nay,
EXTENSION- New, ac full kit. Onaon genera- 19K miles. $25,980 1 $3800 OBO Call mi, Nav, CD, sun- 4x4 Leather, CD, Spt tUtilite 4d Fully equipped SR, CD, fully equip.
$700, Call 227-0826 tor $6000obo. 904-962-1957 998-0012 \ TOYOTA (904)278-7966 roof, DVD. $27.,480 sunroof. $25,980 145,364 oversee $16,995. 998-0012 $24,640 998-0012,miles,
- AIRSTREAM& TRAI LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE COROLLA 06 Auto roof, DVD. $27.,480 sunroof. $25,980 towing pkg, oversize $16,995. 998-0012 $24,640 998-0012
EXERCISE BALLS A2RSTRX998-0012 offroad tires, $5,500. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
e $15. Small se, $6 ALLEGRO MOTOR HOME FORDMUSTANG $14480 9980012 Tom Bush Mini LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS F JACKSONVILLE Phone 213-65 w mi
or both tr $18. 268-2482 Sales, Service, Parts GT CONV.'05. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Certified NISSAN FRONTIER- 04, wheels, like new. al Toyota Landcruser
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales Lthr, CD, auto, only Pre-Owned FORD RANGER INFINITI FX45 '03 king cab 24kmi , exc for price. 923-9768 '07. 2000 mi. CD,
OLYMPIC Alchua (386) 462.3039 19K miles. $25,980 Hand Picked Truck XLT Super ab, Tech pk, Nay, CD, cond, $13,000 553-6664 $55480 998-0012
w/bench set, lt pull 1-800-541-6439 LEXUS 9980012 LLE Liquidation Sale se tBed- Cnrof, 20" Nissan Pahfinderwheels TOYONDER EXUS OF ACKSONV E
down and leg exten RV Having Fun Yet, Inc. '04. Xtra low miles CADILLAC liner,AMF D,ean $27,995 998-0012 Na, CD. Beautiful! Only 18,000 miles '96 HGHLANDER

n PiCd $2, S g L ow , LNo Hid$14,980 998-002 BIRD 03conv '062 CHEVY AVLANCHE Kirk$16,990 LEXLEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE White, leather4,8 901, c '05. Only 26K miles ,
75. 2699542 Soles ha, ServiceLEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ear whie/an E DAKOTA LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF Jair, $4400, 904-338-5812 like new. $19,990 TOYOTA TACOMAA02
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Wa nt, to Wheels, & Toy Haulers Need. d a HO s A lR options.h '$10,995. 899-513{530 I O W . X9
eto vserE ns 5 o eK $HO2NDA3ACCORD 4GML NVNIT[XQX56'06 SUZUKI GRAND LEXS OF JACKSONVILLE bedline, u olo9 weel
oto Goe '08's Are Herel 2uy o 236 ESCAAD E 054 '0 DODGE RAM 1KOTA c genali05. Equip. Black/toan, D9 , VITARA 4E '05 ' a H ie 9
orrwAny '07 1 4.25% Over Ourk '04. Xtra low mls Lt CADILLAC SLT A/Tpwr Pkg, 20k $24,480 998-0012 No CD. BeautiLulE Only 18,000 miles(7 Toyota Higlander
ot . Fr ost No Bull, No Hidden $14980 9980012 ESCALADE 02 m. $16,990 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $39,890 998-0012 $14,880 998-0012 05. Only 26K miles,
USS SARATOGA Charges, Straight Talk, 24/7 LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE one owner. $20,980 TOYOTA TACOMA
CV-60 researcher You Hove Nothing to Lose,e t '06 DODGE DAKOTA aitnn OF JACSON V2IL T OFTACONVLE ' il06 Frerunner, 6,5a500-
needs data, photos Everythig o Gain!Coe H ONDA ACCORD 04. 2dr $19995 9980012 mils, Pock
negatives, on air Check Us Out, You'll Be V6, alloy whls, loaded, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE QUAD CAB Laramie HONDA CRV EX '06 4x4. ( LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ,t
Ga-Leather, Loaded, 10k Auto, air, roof, alloys, INFINITI QX56 '06 SUZUKIGRAND age, Tonneau cover,
gear for all cruises for 614-1 Pecan Park bells & whistles, low mi. CADILLAC mi $18,990 AM, FM, XM, 6 CD BIk/tan, NovaDVD. VITARA '05. Only Toyota Highlander VBp.rFacarm
model making. Need to Exit 366 Off I 95 Next to $289/mo WAC. 923-9768 ESCALADE '04 '07 DODGE DAKOTA changer, front and side $40,890 998-0012 epd18K mi, 4x4,1fully t.Fy'05. Only 26K mles any cr904)268.1209
borrow cruise books to Pecan Park Flea Market. Lthr, CD, only 30K QUAD COAb SLT pkg impact air bags, roof LEXUS O JACKSONVILLE qupped$12 840 ( 9on0e Oner 206 980iles, ______(90)268-120







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photo data. For meeting 1 Exit N of Jax Airpor .pNDA ACCORD miles. $29,995. 998-0012 pwr seat 63 ml, Save racks, and more LEXUS 9 V0012 I998-0012
phtdas Pa men 9-2 13 t(904) 714-9939 4dr, autol $13,480 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $19,990 Excellent condition, MAZDA 20064 dr pickup OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE VOLVO XCme'06





E M LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE SILVERADO e04 SXT 7k mi, A/T, pwr ACURAF ORANGE PARK BOARD FORD LA9 WAC LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HARLEY DAHONDA ACCORD SLT. Only 30K mi, p R ELNkg $16,9807t.A e 353-6797 895NRon0863




CHIHUAHUAS-Are US. ro s 95m se miles, like new, CH3E^thrTAHDO flT 4WddT$23L. lher Florida's Super Duty Headquarters Longwood/Orlando FI 407-339-3443 SATM OF ORlMGE PARK
MililBikesLX-19964 cyl, 4x5, tonneau coverUD




CK ygrHCat on gas, alls f $21,980 998-0012 L'1wFORD 0 , XLTp
ARTI CAT (50 power, asking $4750 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Topper $79 U B
4-WHEELER 777-5500 CHEVY 1500 Double Cab04 FORD SUPER
EXCELLENT CON. HONDA ACCORD '06.4x4, loaded. $399 per XT lOw
Ai as DITION AND RUN L EX V6'03. Leather, mo. WAC Call 899-5853 DUTY OF250 SuperCab -




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Svestok & Supplies $1000904) 219-149 JAGUAR S-TYPE trans$1900on, $10000. miCall CREW CAB Lthr Low AND Green Cove Spng 2644502
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904-879-1oWhite 23,000 original LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE o ooe. $ Call 923-9768 No Creit, Bare
JacRRusselsrechpp miles $5500 548-9807 tr997k DODGE RAM PU NPc 94--4877 10720 Philips Hwy$16,490 904-292-3325
Sple HARLEY DAVIDSON 06 JAGUAR S-TYPE Call 899- 5853 7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600 St. Augustine 353-6797 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. Philips wy 262.7145
street glide, 845 miles, ' R'03. Only 23K 7 CHEVY TAHOE LT 06 HONDA RIDGELINEae47 4 3
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Cock-A-Po s, Poodles pictures. DDGE DURANGO 06 XE King cab, pwr pkgA .111
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Dapple Dachshunds, Tea ,/ HD 1200DXLJACKSONVILLE p4600-0 GARBERBUICK OF ORANGE PK
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Puppies, AKC reg, WAC 89ns Tmisson, i Tom Bush Mini R I GreenCove Springs 2644502 2995U.S.1SouthAug.
grand champ bloodline, HONDA SHADOW JAGUAR S-TYPE 912)674-7106 Operated Busi283 Aug 824-ness9181
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GRET A NlE PP L o S shield, leather, air- '03. Lthr, CD, fully DODGE RAM '03 Reg serving you with honor MIKE SHAD FORD
GREAT DANE PUPS bags, spare drag equipped. $20,890 Cab, Hemi, 20" wheels, and integrity for over 37
AKC $300. pipes, malnt book, call 998-0012 low mi. $189/mo. WAC. years. Easy Credit Zone Longwood/0dando Fl 407-339-3443 10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000 10800 Atlantic Blvd 641-6455
904-879-1705 for LEXU cs, $2900 John LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 3tochoose. Call 9239768 No Credit, Bad Credit?s 11003At The Avenues
699-8916 No Problem 904-371-4877:
Jack R ussells rg chipped69 LEXUS SC300 '96, 97k DODGE RAM PU1 P 901 100 Philips Hwy. T292-3325 NO iilFORANEPAKII
53595984072 2004 HARLEY DAVID- ml, all records, Immac.1 H '0S Hemi. 4dr, like
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ii on LEXUS OF JACKSONVIL - LE , low m $17,990 SH BMW MIKE DAVIDSON FORD M w y 322-5100
MUSTACHE PARA - alarm, 2 yr warranty. X MAZDAMILLE LEXUS OJACKSONVILLE 4 M K 4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100 KEN CHAECEY SUZUKI
KET 5 yr. oldnew Lotsofextras. 625-7395 NIA'02. Lthr, CD05, DODGE RAM1500 " " 950AtlanticBlvd 725-0911 ATREGENCY 912850 Alant Ave. 389-11700
cage, food and toys.
Smart bird and lovable. '06 SUZUKI LT2400. 11 sunroof, like new. Double Cb 4x4, V8.GRIFFINNCOLN MERCURY
$200 OB. Contact Rn hrs. N w condition. $10,980 $28,998-0012 $379/m WAC. 899-5Ph53 FORD EXPED- 6914 BlandingBlvd 777-2500 50AtlanticS HONBlvd. 7230F JAX IT IT I OSTEE VOLV
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NAprofiledstock, 514-4381. or 03 Leather, CD, Cb $17,99998-0012 120k miles asking EORGE MOORE CEV HYUNDAI wwwwwoo m PROF tivecSSIONAL
___, S/W$400.282-5987$10k OBO.CallBICR
ADBA S/W $400. 2825987 HARLEYAVsunroof. $10,990 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 904)307-1551l. 488 ORANGE PARK AUTO LEASING
esLEXUHYBRID '06. Lthr, FOREXPEDITION 04 Green Cove Spngs 264-4502 700 Blanding Blvd -3673 LOTUS OF JACKSSAATLANTC EBlvd









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4 a.0 in li Excellent CIr condition. o s 5 14660 40 Southside Blvd. 642-660 B TO
$100. Call 223-5935 $11,500. 742-1700.8 9 rims sound system, e i - 10939 Atlantic Blvd 302-6762






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for details. $3500 O . Cl Amelia Fully equip $15,890 TiON '03. Only
SHI TZU-AKC PUPS (912)674VERYBODY 998-00120,000 miles. $14,980 11503 Phillips Hwy. 8 COGGIN 4OTIACGM26 COGIN TOYOTAckAVENUES





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en $ a 91-6- NISSAN CcLASSIC '87 Certified Certified F RIFIN 82Sr 90797-849100
n oMBRE LLA COC ACURARL ET4 Pus NX. Orig Cond, Pre-Owuned Pre-Owned 2330SnMaro,StAug (904)824-9181 E1MED P BlAn lToYlO
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Call 899-5853 power, V-6, auto, '85 CHEVY TAHOE LS pwer pkg $15,490 10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
excei..llent cond .new 4dr, Low ml, 3rd seat O5 FORD
Sram E & brakes, $5800 rear C $21,9904 05 FORD ESCAPE46, RICKKEFFER ORTS
CONVERT iBLE '04 654-4794 Limited, 4x4, Leather, CREST CHEVROLET 2898U.S.Hwy 1 S. 1-80046-1689 TOM BUSH MINI 1481 Wells Road 269-2603



SPowder blue, beau- ONTC G D 0 CHEVY TRAIL- snroflow mi. $7,4 Mel
Stiful $26,480S998-0012 ( PO 5 ND BLAZER LT Lthr, Pw r 06 HONDA PILOT El 721-1880 AL H A 9875 Atlantic Blvd 725-09mnichcom 11650 BO'STEEN VW
Aviaton .LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE PRIX GT5. Sun- pkg, low mi $17,990
BOatS roof, fully equipped. 22k ml Like new In & GARBER CHEV 11401 Philips Hwy, 322-5100
o BMW 3251 '00- $14,980. 998-0012 '06 CHEVY TRAIL- out $25,990 Green Cove Sns 2 SH
~~~Sailboats 5 speed, excellent LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE BLAZER LS4x4,21k mino 264-4502 TOM BUSH V
Boat Dockage & \,J'body, mechanical & xclean in & out $19,990 '06 HYUNDAI TUCSON IILOU SOBU HONDA
Rentals Interior, leather, PONTIAC SUNFIRE '05 GLS 4X4, pwr Pkg, 20k GORONO CHEV/ 9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
Marine Equipment sunroof, cruise, all Low miles, loaded, auto. '07 DODGE DURANGO mi $17,490
and Supplies pkg, $16,500. Davey ml, Save thousands 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
RV Rentals 589-0192 P% SAAB 9-3 2.OT Cony m$,990 GL NT, pwr pkg, 19k JERRY HAMM CHEV 11333 Phillips Hwy. ' 370-1300 1
'06. Leather, only $21,990ml $15,990wwwautooive.o
RV's and SupplIes (7 BMW 3251C CONY. 16K miles. $28,995 '04 FORD EXPEDI- 2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036 LUCcHOaAOJAXCve oUIrn. 9
Moto M ' 04. Power toP, 998-0012 TION XLT 4x4, OTN3rdLVFE GL5 .... IlE CY 7
Bikes l automatic. $24,980 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE seat, rear Entertain- 131, m L18D9 S9A0PINEVIEW9CHEVROLET LUCAS HOND AOJCTMSBH25hisw 364
Auto Brokers 998-0012 5ment $16,011 Bdin B - of ORAN-E PK
AutoBrrs LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE SCION tC '06. Alloy whls, EMacenny 25-61177 0 ai
Auto-Parts low miles, power pkg, '0S FORD EXPEDI- A'7 eB,
Antiques/Classics f BUICK REGAL GS sunroof, sporty. $199/mo TION XLT 3rd seat, AT,ce i ,3 4,.
Automobiles '98. Leather, CD, WAC. Call 923-9768 .rearAlC,27k ml 1$7,990" GEORGE MOORE CHEV H A.cautom0ie.coP I
Tflcks/Trallers/SUfVs sunroof, Only SOK Toyota Corolla '06 '05 JEEP LIBERTY 711GBeach Blvd. 249A8282 YUNDAIitie APROFESSIONAL
miles. Showroom cond. E Spoiler, CD, fully '05 FORD EXPLORER SPORT m, .. .. 7 HIBlvd. 2982 of ORANGE PARK I AUTO LEASING
$2000oriLess $8,99. 998-0012 eqp $15,680 9980012 sunrf, 3rd seat $18,990 SI -98C. NIMNICHT CHEVU10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-16941
ILEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 1 7600Blanding Blvd. 899-0900 COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
Misc.Auto 7 CADILLAC DTS ,'06 . TOYOTA CAMRY '83 JEEP GRAND LIMITED 31 m-
"w d'ies06 4dr, LB Sedan, CHEROKEE LAREDO, L_....-_Iit,,KE A10600_Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900_-OWNED
Auto R./IeaSe9Kept, Excellent $13,488 '05 JEEP LIBERTY 4660 Southside Blvd. ' 642-6060 COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
a998-0612Condition, Call Jean RENEGADE 2.KMinI VEHICLES
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Kirkland 449-4104. '03 MERCURY MOUN- REGEr in) 1085'Philips Hwy 880-3000
Cadillac DeVllle Sedan $18,000 TAINEER Luxury ATLANTIC CHRYSLER ll' I' OF
'02 Excellent Condition A'23308UM1To5-421 MIKESHAD A AX BEACHBLVD. ATOMOTVE
S'&) Leatherl&S interior. Bought 3s1K0m. ONTERO XLS ....U30 ATLANTIC INFINITI 1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
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Trailer w/storage New, One owner. Main-El U P BRAVADA unrf pw CARUSOCHRYSLER98AtlanticBlvd 6420200www.beachbdutomoive.cm
bAox.$11,500. Call to......tin Sluver Ivory e rlc$sVoSsme ' LIL 9 ENDEVOR LS in.i 1750 Southside Blvd. 725730 PARKER NISSAN 6833Beach Blvd. 724-351,fii,
Tmmy 219-2711 or Nolan- still under GM 1 Time 4 LEXUS GX470V8
Warranty 78,500 Miles Buyers 4x4, Fresh trade, must pearl nle, real:,' FRANKUGRIFFIN l BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
Stan 616-4639 $12,900 OBO. Ben Pear Bue s 4xFeshdrade, mut fC9n.c..
CA NOE 17 ft alum w ith son 904-568-9151 O nly see &drRve, only$32,990Family OwnedR
accessory es and trailer. 7.9-8.9 APR Family Owned and Family Owned and Chrysler of Orange Pa16 CITY Ism MIKE SHAWell SSANROFdOP
Clear title 08 Reg and Operated Business, s 9 1 269-9400 PRE-OWNEDAUTOCENTE
serving you wlth hhnor 1515hWells Rd, 269-1033 10585 AtlanticBlvd. 998-7111
watr ady. 904-908-3930 5 DOWN serving you wih honor and integrity Ir over 7
HP Yamaha outboard, years. Easy Credit Zone No Credit, Bad Credit? GARERCYERI
aluminum trailer.J No Credit, Bad Credit? No Problem 904-311-48 Geo- 264-2416 1111-1l,
BimInt top, depth finder, EVERYBODY No Problem 904-371-4877 Green Cove SpngsC N PONTIAC-MC Lexus of Jacksonville-
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S H 30 A h I em 1736 Cassat Ave. 389-779 2 Tom Bush BMW
extrain in to adfIC 'CA E NIMNICHT PONTIAC-MC 99108Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
s toklex f ig, Rmt5 90 H uFER ATLANTIC JEEP 11503 Phi,,ips Hwy. 854-482 W
I Military and First Bsie protecting our--ountry, lit-ry pe rsonnel 23h0 tJ 1 Suui- l E,, 129 Ferri& CAS
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B 2002 KEYSTONE Only 4085 mi. $36,980 C035027'
/ BOBCAT, 26', great 998-0012 '
shaae. TT., nore LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
than fulis loaded 1 1 * 1A1
includes screen room. . Chevy Cavalfer-1992
$14,000 OBO. 904-998-3984 . 4-door, cold A/C,
or 904-755-5883. blue, needs paint
- lob, runs OK, needs
-r other minor repairs.
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924-7303N
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(2 to choose). 923-9768
CHRYSLER SEBRING Ads
Conv. '06. Low mi, Pw,
PDL & mirrors, sporty.
$189/mo WAC. 923-9768
THECHRYSLER THE FLEET
CROSSFIRE
S2004 L MARKET Rank/Grade: Work Phone # . Organization: Date Submitted:
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NOW OPEN Limited Edition ADVERTISING
rJ|, Loaded, 37K mi RULES 1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above
Excellent Cond. . personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air requirements will be billed.The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
bOVERSTOCK & *PRfiE ''-D E Er Please fill out Station, Jacksonville. 7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
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612-8015 . qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as 8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
S. black or blue ink. sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage original form.
DATSUN 280ZX '82-97k . sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Select the number of weeks ad is to run: Q 1 wk U 2 wks Q 3 wks U 4wks
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mirrors allowheels AINDIVDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR "OFFICIALLY one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two free ads per family, per
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ORANGE ent condi 5 tion. 2k Cl 1, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News, One
Nextto ShadNissan FORD MUSTANG- '03, Mondayne Riversidide Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202
and Harley DavidsoInkMiet r ey,50 sree.. .
andHarleyDavidson_ rty Pvt seller $9K 266-2715


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