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Task Force Life Work visits region
By MC2 Daniel Gay
Fleet Public Affairs Center
The Task Force Life/Work
(TFLW) Roadshow visited
the Navy Region Southeast
from Sept. 26-28 hosting events
at NAS Jacksonville, NS Mayport,
and NSB Kings Bay, Ga.
Each day consisted of an 8 a.m.
event for officers and command
master chiefs, with a discussion
session for junior officers, followed
by an all-hands event. These
events provided an opportuni-
ty for everyone to hear directly
from the task force about current
and future initiatives and to pro-
vide direct feedback. The goal of
the task force is to extract the
thoughts, opinions, and insights
of those who are and those who
will be the leaders of the 21st cen-
"The crucial element is the
feedback, not just our feedback,
but what happens with that
feedback," said Lt. Cmdr. Gregg
Gillette, a NAS Jacksonville staff
chaplain and an audience member
at the TFLW Roadshow at NAS
Photo by MC2(SW) Daniel Gay
NAS Jax Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.) Gregg Gillette asks a question during the Task Force Life Work (TFLW) Roadshow at
NAS Jax Sept. 26 at the base theater. During the TFLW Roadshow, Sailors were asked for their input on how to
make the Navy better for a new generation.
"One of the most crucial points went someplace . . . and one of the that feedback from the San Diego
is that this goes somewhere, peo- great things they shared at 'the Roadshow is already being imple-
ple want to know that their input beginning of the roadshoww here, is mented."
During the TFLW Roadshow,
audience members were given the
opportunity to hear about task
force initiatives that are already
being implemented, as well as
being able to hear what other
Sailors think would improve
quality of life in today's Navy.
Participants are also given the
chance to voice their own ideas
and concerns during the show.
Sailors are encouraged to think
outside of the box and offer ideas
they think would make the Navy
more acceptable as a long-term
Comments submitted by audi-
ence members covered:a wide
array of topics, with financial
incentives and increased educa-
tion opportunities mentioned the
Attendees also mentioned con-
cerns about mandatory individual
augmentee assignments, high-
year tenure policy, evaluation pro-
cesses and more maternity leave
for new mothers and fathers.
The roadshow is geared inten-
tionally towards the younger gen-
eration of "Millennials," or anyone:
See TASK FORCE, Page 17
Sports Day Challenge
ACommands battle to take VP-5s title
By Kaylee LaRocque
Ed i t or I _.. ". ,_.' _ k.
The NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department (MWR) hosted the base's second
Sports Day Challenge Sept. 27-28 bringing out
record numbers of personnel to compete in some friendly
competition. More than 350 Sailors came out from eight
different commands to proudly represent and show their
"We are holding this event to bring the commands here
together for some friendly competition and get people out
of their workspaces to participate in some sports activi-
ties. Everyone has been really receptive to this two-day
event and we've had a lot
of people sign up for the : ,
NAS Jax Athletic Director 1'
"We hope to hold this & [
event twice a year. We
didn't have one this spring
though because VP-5 was , ,.
on deployment and they
won the Sports Challenge
last year and we wanted to
give them the opportunity
to defend their title."
"VP-5 is one of the
pioneers of the Sports
Challenge. They brought
it to our attention that we
should be holding events
like this on base to get
people out to try some dif-
ferent sports. It's a two-
day fun event and every-
thing is free," added NAS
Jax Sports Coordinator
Bill Bonser Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Bill Bonser. ITC Ayrroyo McCoy of Naval
Designated locations Computer and Telecom-
were set up around the munications Station (NCTS)
base with MWR repre- Jax shoots to score during
sentatives officiating the the final 3-on-3 basketball
competitions and tallying match between NCTS and Air
up points to see who would Operations as part of the 2007
be taking the Sports Day Sports Challenge event last
Challenge trophy home Thursday and Friday.
The competition was kicked off Thursday with a 1,500-
Photo by Shannon Leonard
They're off! The start of the CO Challenge Canoe Race during the 2007 Command Sports Challenge.
Photo by MC2(AW/NAC) Kaitlyn Patterson
PSD wins first place overall. From left, Lt. Cmdr. Matt Waesch,
PS3 Karon Tate, PS1 Ronald Owens and PSC Victor Burgos.
meter relay at the base track.
"The run was a great event to watch because the compe-
tition was so intense. One heat came down to the wire as a
Fire Prevention Week schedule
From the NAS lax Fire Prevention Division
n observance of Fire Prevention Week, the follow-
ing events are scheduled.
Oct. 7-13, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - Open House at all
Oct. 9-12 - Unannounced base-wide fire evacuation
Oct. 9, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. - Fire Prevention table dis-
play with fire safety materials, fire hats, inspectors,
fire gear and "Pluggie" the talking fire hydrant on dis-
play at the Navy Exchange Courtyard.
Oct. 9, 4 p.m. - Pluggie and inspectors will visit the
NAS Jax Youth Activities Center.
Oct. 10, 10 a.m. - Pluggie and inspectors will visit
Naval Hospital Jax Children's Ward and Pediatrics
Oct. 11, 9 a.m. - Pluggie and inspectors will visit
the NAS Jax Child Development Center.
See SPORTS CHALLENGE, Page 4
TOUCHING Navy Birthday Ball tickets now available and above should wear medals with their uniform. Ticket prices
are $10 for E1-E4, $15 for E5-E6, $20 for E7-E8 and 01-03, $25
B E NAS Jacksonville is holding a Navy Birthday Ball to celebrate for E9 and 04 and above and civilians/retirees. For more infor-
the Navy's 232nd birthday on Oct. 13 from 6-11 p.m. at Hangar mation and to obtain tickets, see your Navy Ball representative
B A S E 117. The attire is dress whites with ribbons for E6 and below. E7 or call ITC Charlotte Derricott at 542-4103.
2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 4, 2007
I just got promoted and
for the first time in a long
time, have extra money in
my budget. Unfortunately,
I created some debt in my
Now that I'm getting
older and wiser, I'd like to
use my extra money to start
paying down my debts, but
where do I begin? Do I put
a little extra on each one?
Maybe the whole chunk of
extra money on only one
specific bill? What do you
You are getting older
and wiser if you are mak-
ing the smart choice to pay
off debts rather than con-
sume new products. It's not
always the "fun" thing to
do, but it's the smart thing
and you'll feel better about
your choice in the end when
you are debt free.
In the meantime, there
is a great website I'd rec-
org. This Web site focuses
on the idea of, "powerpay"
which is a form of debt
reduction that simply puts
extra money on one debt.
Once that debt is paid off,
then you apply the normal
monthly payment towards
the next debt, until that
is paid off. The cycle con-
tinues until all debts are
eliminated. Keep in mind,
you are still making your
normal payments on all of
your bills, this is what you
are doing with any extra.
Typically it's wise to start
paying off the debt that is
charging you the highest
interest rate first.
The powerpay Web site
has several calculators that
show this idea in a simple,
visual form, with your debt
information that you input
(none of it personal). It
also has a snapshot projec-
tor that allows you to see
where you will be in your
debt elimination plan at
any given time.
It also will project your
month and year of being
debt free. It is easy to toy
around with the "what ifs"
of adding more or less to
your payments. It's a great
Web site and it's free.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.
ON THE HOMEFRONT
Four tips to finding a
By Sarah Smiley
Surprisingly, military families
know a great deal about own-
ing a home. I say surprisingly
because one would think that mili-
tary families, which move every few
years, would be the last to know any-
thing about owning a home. Renting
a house or "how to make base housing
livable," maybe, but owning a home?
In fact, some military families own
,-quite a few homes, scattered across
I the country, which they'd love to get
rid of, if, say, you happen to be in the
market. Because if there is one thing
_military families know more about
;-than owning a home, it's selling a
o- You might be wondering, Why do
^ military families bother to buy a house
:if they're just going to move again so
wi We buy homes for the same reasons
anyone else does, namely, to spend
iour Saturday morning at Home Depot
in search of shoe molding to match
. our floor, which has a stain the size
of Oregon on it, and we don't want to
think about how it might have gotten
there or why we never saw it before
we bought the house, so we put chair
over top of it and decide to worry
'instead about the shoe molding, why
�it pops up on the left side, and where
� the Barbie-sized nail that once held it
-in place might have gone and whether
*or not the dog buried it.
I mean, really, what would life be
,,without a weekly trip to the garden
,,shop, a batch of suspicious weeds in
our hands, and leaving with a can of
%toxins that will destroy everything we
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Past Duty Stations: LUSS V
Career Plans: To retire from
move back to Haiti.
Most Interesting Experie
wallet in Japan and it was returnme
w ith everything in it.
Words of Wisdom: Be nice
because you never know when N\o
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from the corn
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and say, "Yep,
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which to liv
last weekend but some- you will have and whether or not
the dandelions to grow they will let you use their pool.
Military families don't It's not the pool that matters; it's
out on these joys of hom- the invitation. Good neighbors don't
ny more than you do. just have pools. Good neighbors invite
sure, owning a home is
suxperience for military you to use their pool. This is espe-
xperience for military .
instance, if a military cially handy for military families who
ts to eventually lay tile have only about two years to wait
cete floor on the porch, in around for a contractor to build them
life's most sincere wishes their own pool.
has to begin said project 3. A house with green shag car-
ossible. Preferably, the pet and orange linoleum better
moves in. Military fami- have something in its favor, like a
night of rest. The next good neighbor with a pool.
ash begins to accomplish It's fun to fantasize about remodel-
hey've dreamed of for.
e eae r ing a house, even more fun to live in a
ne because they are now
r to being relocated. In house you like. If time and money are
litary homeowners can of the essence, don't kid yourself about
3tinating homeowners. how quickly (usually, just in time for
some of our experienc- the next homeowners to appreciate it)
y homebuyers might be offensive carpet can be replaced.
e lifestyle, but I think 4. By some phenomenon that
we've learned along the few understand, your commute
o civilians as well. With to work will not get shorter over
here are the four tenets time. It will only get longer.
and, Dustin, and I follow "A 40-minute commute isn't that
am has us in the marKet
find the house with
wn. Then buy some-
far away as possible.
way to have a perfect
on the other side of the
from the guy who won
e Year." Staying away
petition makes it much
* out at your yard filled
ss and patches of brown
, looks good to me."
choosingg an area in
'e, it's a good idea to
iat kind of neighbors
bad," you might be tempted to say,
thinking, in the back of your head,
that it will actually feel shorter if traf-
fic is moving. However, science tells
us that commutes only grow longer
and more frustrating with time. Plus,
traffic is seldom moving.
Then again, if this house has good
neighbors with a pool and brown
grass, well then, the drive just might
be worth it.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.
Safety to offer road
rage course this month
From the Safety Office
The NAS Jax Safety Office is offering a new driver
improvement course for those personnel with road
rage tendencies Oct. 10 at 7:30 a.m. in Building
1, Room 128. The course is being offered for testing and
The course is being offered for those personnel who have
received multiple moving violation traffic citations or who
are known to have "road rage" tendencies. Personnel are
also needed to help critique the course content. Thirty
participants are needed. The class will last six hours.
For more information or to sign up, call Linda Doktor at
You are invited to the following Base
Chapel Worship Services this Sunday: .
Sunday - 8:15 a.m. - Holy Eucharist
9:30 a.m. - Catholic Mass
11 a.m. - Protestant
Protestant Sunday School program is
at 9:45-10:45 a.m.. and Catholic CCD is
10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer...............Capt. Jack Scorby Jr.
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer........................Capt. Steve Holmes
Command Master Chief..................................CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer........................................................ Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer................................. Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor ....................................................................... Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor.............................................. A01 (AW) Ron McClain
Staff Writer...........................................MC2(AW/NAC) Kaitlyn Patterson
Design/Layout ............................................................ George Atchley
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Hometown: Trujillo Alto.
Family Life: Married with two children, three
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Past Duty Stations: Personnel Support De-
Career Plans: To keep working for the Navy.
Most Interesting Experience: All the
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Words of Wisdom: Share your life with
Photos by HM1 Michael Morgan
Volunteers Sylvia and Richard Turetz are joined by Cmdr. Kathryn Summers, director of
Healthcare Operations, at the luncheon.
Naval Hospital Jax
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jax Public Affairs
N aval Hospital Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel
Bono presented certificates of
,appreciation to approximately 100 Naval
Hospital Red Cross and Retired Liaison
volunteers for their dedication and con-
tinued support on Sept. 25. The event was
held in the hospital galley.
In her remarks Bono noted that most of
our volunteers, American Red Cross and
Retiree Liaison alike, have given of them-
selves all their lives. She said, "When I
think of being 'First in Service' sometimes I
think of you guys first." She said the hospi-
tal receives many laudatory comments from
patients and visitors and often they cite
the people who greet them when they first
come into the facility and need direction.
"They know you can help them," she said.
Bono said the value of our volunteer's
work on behalf of the hospital is even more
significant in a time when more than 350
staff members were deployed at sometime
over the last year. She said, "There is a lot
we couldn't'do without you."
She added that she has observed the
level of the commitment our volunteers
exhibit every day. The duties they per-
form range from the work volunteer Larry
Mills performs interacting with patients
in the Emergency Medicine Department
to Red Cross Chairperson Helen Donahoe
in the Red Cross's administrative area, to
the work of others in the clinics and driv-
ing the hospital shuttle. She said, "I am
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding
.Officer Capt. Raquel Bono, Retiree Liaison
Volunteer Ray Hennesey and Helen Donahoe,
chairperson of the Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Red Cross Volunteers, cut a cake honoring the
hospital's volunteer staff.
impressed with the way our volunteers
infuse themselves into every clinic mak-
ing their own special contribution." Bono
said she also admires how they provide
guidance to our young people through the
Junior Volunteer Program.
"You are the face and the heart of Naval
Hospital Jacksonville and I know you are
here because you have such big hearts,"
Bono told the volunteers.
The Red Cross is always looking for more
volunteers. For information on how to work
with this amazing group of people call 542-
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 4, 2007 3
The history of Fire Prevention Week
From the NAS ]ax Fire Prevention Division jq..
The history of Fire Prevention Week
roots come from the Great Chicago
Fire, which began Oct. 8, 1871,
lasted 27 hours and incurred the most
damage the following day. As a result,
Oct. 9, 1871, is the date most often con-
nected with the tragedy.
The Great Chicago Fire killed more
than 250 people, left 100,000 homeless,
destroyed more than 17,400 structures
and burned more than 2,000 acres.
While the origin of the fire has never
been determined, there has been much
speculation over how it began.
One popular legend was that Catherine
O'Leary was milking her cow when
the animal kicked over a lamp, setting
the O'Leary's barn on fire, starting the
spectacular blaze. A few years ago, this
was proven untrue by Robert Cromie,
a Chicago historian. Also, a little know
fact is that on the same day in Northern
Wisconsin, a fire known as the Peshtigo
Fire killed 1,152 people and burned more
than a million acres.
In 1920, President Woodrow Wilson
issued the first National Fire Prevention
Day proclamation and since 1922,
National Fire Prevention Week has
been observed on the Sunday through
Saturday period in which Oct. 9 falls.
In addition, the president has signed
a proclamation proclaiming a national
observance during that week each year
Dedicated to raising public awareness
about the dangers of fire and how to
prevent it, the National Fire Protection
Association has officially sponsored Fire
Prevention Week since the observance
was first established.
The theme of the Fire Prevention Week
2007 is "Practice Your Escape Plan."
This theme focuses on how to plan and
practice escape from a home if a fire
Fire Prevention Week is Oct. 7-13
From the NAS lax Fire Prevention Division
Fire Prevention Week will be recog-
nized Oct. 7-13. This year's theme
is "Practice Your Escape Plan." The
following are some important facts about
1) The leading causes of home fires are
cooking (which leads to the most fires and
injuries), smoking (which leads to the most
deaths), heating, electrical equipment and
2) In 2006, U.S. Fire Departments
responded to more than 1.6 million fires)
24 percent were home fires
3) In 2006, home fires killed 3,050 peo-
4) Home fires killed roughly eight people
every day in 2006.
5) In 2006, 13,300 fire injuries (not
including firefighter injuries) were report-
to U.S. Fire Departments.
6) As of 2006, 96 percent of all homes
(with telephones) have at least one smoke
7) Operating smoke alarms were present
in only half of the home fires reported in
8) Sixty-five percent of home fire deaths
occurred in homes with no smoke alarms
or no working smoke alarms.
Overall fire statistics for 2006:
* There were 3,675 civilians who lost
their lives as the result of fire.
* There were 17,925 civilian injuries that
occurred as a result of fire.
* There were 115 firefighters killed while
* Fire killed more Americans than all
natural disasters combined.
* Eighty-three percent of all civilian fire
deaths occurred in residences.
* Direct property loss due to fires was
estimated at $10.7 billion.
* There were an estimated 511,000 struc-
ture fires in 2006.
* An estimated 31,500 intentionally
set structure fires resulted in 315 civilian
* Intentionally set structure fires result-
ed in an estimated $664 million in property
4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 4, 2007
ACC Karl Vliet of NAS lax Air Operations swings at a ball |
in the one-pitch softball game.
Lt. Paul Fenech from VP-5 competes in the bowling competi-
tion during the 2007 Sports Challenge.
PSD Jax takes title
From Rage 1
runner who was way behind came up and won," said MWR
Athletic Director Tim McKinney.
Other events held Thursday included a 3-on-3 bas-
ketball competition, bowling, dodge ball and one-pitch
softball. "We are out here today to win the trophy. Naval
Computer and Telecommunications Station Jax is going
to take it home. We've got some great teams and plan to
take it all," said ITC(SW) Robert Haynes at the basketball
The competition was fierce throughout the two-day
event as VP-5 fought to defend their existing title and
used their previously earned trophy to entice the other
teams by displaying it at each of the events.
"We are out here to sustain our trophy and take it back
with us. It's a traveling trophy and it's going right back
to our squadron. This really is a good time for everyone
to come out and enjoy some camaraderie and rivalry
between the different commands on base," said Lt. David
Trenholm, VP-5's Sports Challenge coordinator. "We had
max participation last time and showed our team spirit
and are doing it again this year. Our entire squadron is
out here if they aren't on the work schedule. We have
teams in every event."
Friday's events included 3-on-3 sand volleyball, wash-
ers, tug-of-war and the ever-popular CO Challenge Canoe
After all the events were completed, the Sports
Challenge ended with a huge surprise as Personnel
Support Detachment Jax was presented the trophy after
earning 1,038 points with VP-5 placing second. "This is
a big turnaround. We certainly didn't expect this," said
"This is awesome! We're a smaller command and don't
have a lot of Sailors attached to us. And, we have to stay
open for business and can't have everyone out here. We
realize that it was a marathon and not a race in any one
event so just getting involved in every event and doing
well was our goal," said Personnel Support Detachment
Jax Officer in Charge Lt. Cmdr. Matt Waesche.
For more information on the upcoming schedule for the
next Sports Day Challenge, contact McKinney at 542-
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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
VP-5B team members give it their all to try and wipe out their
rival Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Jax
during the dodgeball competition.
NAS Jacksonville 2007
Sports Day Challenge results
CO Challenge Canoe Race
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Air Operations gives it their all in the 3-on-3 sand volleyball
game against VP-30. Air Ops went on to win the match.
The Air Operations team
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PS3 Lonnie Hall of Personnel Support Detachment Jax takes
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6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 4, 2007
B Kaylee LaRocque
Approximately 2,200 cyclists gathered together in
the wee hours of the morning Saturday at the St.
Augustine Airport on U.S. Highway 1 in St. Johns
County to participate in the 21st annual MS 150 Cycle
to the Shore Bike Tour to benefit the National Multiple
Sclerosis (MS) Society. Within this group were 22 mem-
bers of Team Navy Jax, an assembly of cycling enthusiasts
from NAS Jax. This is the third year the Navy team has
participated in the event. This year, they battled heavy
rain and head winds in excess of 30 miles per hour.
"This is the third MS 150 tour for Team Navy Jax and
we are thrilled by the opportunity to raise money for the
MS Society," said Team Captain Miriam S. Gallet.
"MS prevents people from moving, but our team exists
to be sure it doesn't happen. We will continue to pedal for
this worthy cause as long as we have our co-workers, fam-
ily and friends supporting us."
"This year, the team is extremely grateful to interna-
tionally-renowned military cartoonist Hank Caruso," she
continued. "Hank donated his very valuable art work to
be incorporated in our logo and MC1 Melissa-Robertson
Leake designed the logo which adorns this year's jersey.
Because of Hank's gracious generosity and patriotism; our
jerseys are now a collector's item. Just think, there are
only 30 in the entire world and they are priceless!"
Immediately after completing the Tour de Cure in May
in support of the American Diabetes Association, Team
Navy Jax resumed their training by spending hours pre-
paring for the 164-mile, two-day event. Team members
c,,ould be seen at spinning classes at the NAS Jax Fitness
Source, riding in locally sponsored races and in weekly
North Florida Bicycle Club sponsored rides.
Just before the ride began at the St. Augustine Airport,
2,200 cyclists gathered at the starting line for the pre-
sentation of the colors by the, NAS Jacksonville Honor
Support Team and the roaring sound of the NAS Jax
Weapons Department Saluting Battery cannons signaling
the beginning of the event.
As they hit the road, the cyclists headed out through the
country roads, across rivers, along the ocean and up bridg-
es to their final destination in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Most spent the night in Daytona and got up the next
morning to pedal back to the finish line. One team mem-
ber and a tri-athlete in training, Lt. Nate Davenport of
the Sea Control Weapons School, took the MS Century
(100 miles) Challenge and completed his century on the
"I felt great throughout most of the ride, but the last 10
miles on Saturday hurt the most," remarked Davenport
after completing the ride Saturday.
"I rode 108 miles Saturday and 82 on Sunday. I plan to
compete in the Ironman competition in Panama City, Fla.,
in November so this was a training ride for me."
Every year the team dedicates their ride to a NAS Jax
Team Navy Jax captain Miriam S. Gallet hits the road as fel-
low teammembers Jim and Shirley Hedges follow behind on
the way to Daytona Beach Saturday morning.
' -- . 11I5 ? -. '' Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Photo by Miriam S. Gallet IS1 Janie Williams of VP-30 is presented her MS 150 Bike Tour
Four Team Navy Jax Members cross the finish line together completion medal by Patricia Jacabos-Haydu after crossing
Four Team Navy Jax Members cross the finish line together the finish line after the challenging 164-mile two-day event.
at the St. Augustine Airport. (From left) Patrick Hall, David Jacabos-Haybu, who is living with Multiple Sclerosis, said, "it
Phillips, John Ruoss and IS Janie Williams. is an honor for me to present this medal to this Navy Sailor
and hero. Hepr narticination in this event ives .us hoe. "
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family member who was diagnosed with MS in 1991.
"I'm really touched that the team continues to dedicate
their ride to me. Three years ago when my husband came
home from work and told me that Team Navy Jax was
riding 164 miles for me, I became very emotional. It's won-
derful that they are doing the ride to support this impor-
tant cause," said Ann Bushick, wife of NAS Jax MWR
Director John Bushick.
"I truly feel that I have accomplished something impor-
tant by participating in this event. I set a goal to ride for
the cause and to have completed it is fantastic. I .had a
lot of people supporting and encouraging me and I hope
they realize how far their dollars will go for MS research,"
stated IS1 Janie Williams of VP-30. "It is also a personal
thrill to know that I have 'been there, done that and to the
T-shirt' and represented the Navy and VP-30. My com-
mand has been especially supportive of my endeavor to
participate in this ride."
Last year, Team Navy Jax members raised $16,244.50
towaids this effort through sponsorship and pledges. This
year they hope to raise $20,000 by the Oct. 31 deadline.
If you would like to support the team visit www.nation-
alMSsociety.org/fln and enter Team Navy Jax.
"When we participate in events like this one everyone
wins. However, we could not do it without the support
of our sponsors. VyStar Credit Union and Navy Federal
Credit Union (NFCU) were our two main sponsors and we
are grateful for their generosity," said Gallet.
"Terry West at VyStar and Rachel Fox from NFCU have
stood by us from day one and it is because of them that we
have awesome jerseys and shorts. We'd also like to thank
See CYCLING, Page 7
Team Navy Jax members gather
together after receiving their team
shorts from Navay Federal Credit
Union (NFCU) officials. (From left)
NFCU Ortega Branch Supervisor
of Operations Janette McMann,
IS1 Janie Williams of VP-30,
Jerry Dryden, NAS Jax Executive
Officer Capt. Steven Holmes,
NFCU Regional Manager Darcel
Browning, Chuck Tamblyn, NFCU
Regional Marketing Director
Rachel Fox, NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. John Scorby, Team
Captain Miriam S. Gallet, Shirley
and Jim Hedges. Kneeling from
left, David Santillo of Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast,
Patrick Hall of Navy Exchange Jax
and Charlie Bender of AT&T. (Not
pictured) Cmdr. Tom Mazzenatti,
Lt. Cmdr. Sean and Christina
Rocheleau, Lt. Scott Myers, Lt.
Dave and Amy Davenport, AO1
Steve Leonard, AT1 Shawn Winn,
HM2 Elysee Poole, AE3 Mark
Lassiter, Ernie Mattison, Beth
Bender, Robyn Cicero, Barbara
Porter, Brad and Patrick Hardie,
Tammy Tjaden, Jim Pellot, Ed
Kirby, John Ruoss, David Phillips,
Curt Cavins and Donald Bell.
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 4, 2007 7
Team Navy Jax members gather with the NAS Jax Honor Support Team and MS 150 Coordinator Mona Hover (in orange on right) for a photo at the starting line.
events like this,
From Page 6
the folks at the NAS Jax Navy Exchange, commissary,
Lorie White of Overseas Corporation, Publix at Fleming
Island and USO. They ensured we had sports bags, ener-
gy bars, water and sports drinks for the ride. We are all
very appreciative of their support."
"Team Navy Jax does so much to support the
Jacksonville community and sponsoring part of their uni-
forms is Navy Federal's way of support all that they, as
a team, do," said Fox, regional director of marketing for
For more information on Team Navy Jax and the char-
ity rides they participate in, call 635-1654.
Neither the U.S. Navy, nor any other part of the federal
government officially endorses any company, sponsor or
its products or services.
STAIFT I=INISH MS
Patrick Bell makes some last minute adjustments on his bike
just before heading out to compete in this year's MS 150 Bike
David Santillo gets his number pinned on his shirt by Lt. Scott
Myers of NAS Jax Air Operations before the ride.
Team Navy Jax member John Ruoss gets a special thank you
from NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation Director John
Bushick before heading out.
Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Team Navy lax member Barbara Potter makes adjustments to
her front tire at one of the rest stops on her way to Daytona
Photo by Miriam S. Gallet .. ,,-.
Lt. Nate Davenport of Sea Control Weapons School replen- Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
ishes his water bottles in Daytona Beach before Sunday's ride James "Eric" Chatham enters the "Ranch" rest stop after rid-
back to St. Augustine. ing more than 30 miles against a 30-mph head wind.
Lt. Cmdr. Sean Rochelau of HS-3 and his wife, Christina, prepare their tandem bicycle before
heading to the starting line.
Team Navy jax members gather at the starting line of the MS 150 Bike Tour at the St.
Augustine Airport Saturday morning.
8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 4, 2007
What should I do? Stay
married or get a divorce?
By Cmdr. Bruce Hill
VTU NOSC Jax
I write this article because I am con-
cerned about the number
of people opting to divorce
vice remaining in' their mar-
riage. In the past few weeks,
my office has been flooded with
couples who want to divorce.
It is disturbing to me that peo- ,
ple are so happy and in love
at the marriage ceremony and
then hate one another in the
divorce courtroom. Cmdr. B
What has happened to the
love that brought them together? They
vowed to remain together for the rest of
their lives. I hope this article will shed
some light on how Jesus viewed marriage
and divorce and challenged married cou-
ples to stay married. If we listen to him
and obey his word, I believe the divorce
percentage will descend and the marriage
percentage will ascend.
Marriage is a lasting bond between
a man and a woman. This is how God
planned the marriage union. Marriage
is not a lasting relationship between a
man and a man or a woman and a woman.
This is abomination before almighty God.
The marriage concept is condescending
among many people today. Cohabitation
seems to be what a lot of people want
to do. The commitment and dedication
which are the foundation for marriage is
lacked in many marriage relationships. I
believe this gives rise to the high divorce
rate among non-Christian and Christians.
The church seems to perpetuate divorce
vice holding the standard of marriage to
those involved. It is so easy to marry and
divorce in our day and time. The first
dilemma in a marriage relationship makes
divorce a primary option. It is astounding
to me that the divorce rate is just as high
among Christians as non-Christians. This
shouldn't be. Christians should set the
standard for remaining married.
I believe that if marriages are going to be
successful, a return to the biblical teaching
is paramount. The Bible is the only book
that gives a 'true foundation for marriage.
It must be followed and obeyed. God insti-
tuted and planned the marriage act. He
gave man specific instructions to follow.
The rising divorce rate is due to man fail-
ing to establish God's standards-as-the
norm for marriage. Not only is the church
failing in this area but also the governing
authority. Marriage cannot be taken lightly
when God put it as the foundation for fam-
ily life. Jesus in the text gives his view of
marriage and its importance. I pray that
-it will challenge readers to think seriously
about marriage and divorce. Couples must
live out the biblical concept of marriage if
the family system is to improve. Marriage
has to operate the way God planned it or it
just won't work and he can't get the glory.
The Bible is right and contains informa-
tion that will give longevity to marriages.
The marriage controversy was an issue
in Jesus' day and also an issue in ours.
The Pharisees struggled with whether a
Jew should divorce or not. That's why they
raised the question to Jesus, even though-
their intent was to trap him. Is it lawful
for a man to divorce his wife for just any
reason? According to Jewish law, only
a man could divorce his wife. A woman
couldn't divorce her husband. The mar-
Chapel offering Marriage Prevention and
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From the NAS Jax Chapel
The NAS Jax Chapel is offer-
ing the Marriage Prevention
and Relationship Enhancement
Program (PREP) Oct. 22-23. Class will be
held Monday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the cha-
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PREP is designed to address the follow-
* How to communicate better and solve
* How to handle disagreements and con-
* How to promote a sense of working as
* How to keep friendship, fun and inti-
macy alive in your marriage,
* How to strengthen your commitment to
Couples must attend together.
Permission from your command via a
special request chit or no cost permissive
TAD orders are required for the service
memberss. A complimentary lunch will be
provided on both days and a continental
breakfast will be provided on Tuesday.
Civilian attire please.
Civilian employees and retired military
are also welcome. Space is limited so call
542-3051 to make a reservation.
New IA support group available
riage controversy during Jesus' time stems
from two schools of thoughts. One being
Hillel, which allowed divorce for almost
any reason and the other, was
Shammai which permitted
divorce only for sexual impu-
rity. However, Jesus sought
.. not to engage in their quest for
evil. He simply gave three rea-
. ^ sons why married people should
._ First, God made one man
and one female. Genesis 2:21-
uce Hill 25 says God put Adam asleep
(trance) and took a rib from
his side (equal and mutual respect) and
made (to build) woman. God brought the
woman to Adam and he named her as he
did the animals. Eve was to be Adam's
lifelong mate. They were not to divorce or
seek another mate for themselves. If God
wanted Adam to have more than one wife,
he would have created another woman for
him. Eve had everything Adam desired
or needed. Adam was completely satis-
fied with what God gave him. We must
understand that God is the creator and he
is the one who determines what the ideal
marriage is. Couples who look to God for
marriage counseling will never go wrong or
divorce their mate. All of your needs to be-
happy are right in your bedroom with you.
Secondly, God ordained marriage as
the strongest bond in all human relation-
ships. Adam said this is bone of my bone
and flesh of my flesh, therefore, a man
shall leave his father and mother and be
joined to his wife and they shall become
one flesh. When a man marries and leaves
his parents home, he is establishing a new
home for him and his wife. God knew
the problems that could exist when living
with in-laws. The word leave in this verse
means "to abandon" and joined means "to
be glued to." The most permanent rela-
tionship in society is not between parent
and child, but between husband and wife.
God meant for the marriage union of man
and woman to last forever and not to be
destroyed by divorce. Married couples are
to abandon all others and glue themselves
to each other in order to have a complete
and lasting marriage.
Thirdly, Jesus said the two shall become
one flesh. How wonderful this statement is
when a couple sees themselves in marriage
as one and not two? One flesh suggests
both a physical, sexual bonding and a life-
long relationship. There are still two per-
sons, but together they are as one. These
words of Jesus formed the basic foundation
of the biblical view of marriage. The vows
couples make at the marriage ceremony
should remind them throughout the mar-
riage that they are one.
Jesus taught to stay married and don't
divorce unless immorality is at play.
Immorality means any kind of sexual acts
such as: premarital sex, extramarital sex,
prostitution, homosexuality and even bes-'
tiality. Jesus pointed out that Moses never
commanded divorce he only permitted it
because of the hardness of your hearts.
God's original idea was that married cou-
ples should not divorce. Adam and Eve's
marriage was complete and unbreakable.
When troubles hit your marriage, don't
take the easy way out through divorce. Call
upon the name of the Lord who designed
marriage for permanent existence. God is
able to help you in time of trouble.
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Naval Hospital Jax Nurse
Midwives honor profession
Week is ,
Oct. 7-13 N., s
From Naval Hospital Jax
Public Affairs .
Nurse Midwives from
to educate patients and the
public about nurse-mid-
wifery as part of Midwifery
Week Oct. 7-13.
Today's midwife is a
skilled health care profes-
sional who provides high
quality primary health care
to women. While midwives
are probably best known for
their care of women during
pregnancy and childbirth,
they also manage the fam-
ily planning and gyneco-
logic needs of well women
throughout their lifetime.
Certified Nurse Midwives
(CNMs) are registered
nurses (RNs) who have
successfully completed an
accredited graduate educa-
tion program and passed a
national certification exam.
They are licensed to prac-
tice in all states. Certified
Midwives (CMs) also com-
plete an accredited gradu-
ate education program
and pass a certification
exam. CMs are not regis-
tered nurses, but may hold
other professional des-
ignations as health care
providers such as a physi-
cian assistant or physical
therapist. Standards for
education and certification
in midwifery are identical
for CNMs and CMs. Both
CNMs and CMs practice
within a health care system
that provides for consulta-
tion, collaborative manage-
ment or referral as indicat-
ed by the health status of
The American College of
Nurse Midwives (ACNM) is
the professional organiza-
tion for midwives. ACNM
has approximately 7,000
members. In 2004, the
most recent year for which
data is available from the
National Center for Health
Statistics, there were
births in the United States.
This accounts for 11 percent
of all vaginal births that
year. The number of mid-
wife-attended births has
increased every year since
1975, the first year that the
NCHS began collecting this
data. The majority of mid-
wife-attended births occur
in hospitals. In 2004, 98
percent of midwives' deliv-
eries occurred in hospitals,
one percent in freestanding
birth centers and one per-
cent in the home.
"Midwife means "with
woman," and that includes
the whole woman. Through
our activities this week,
we will educate, inform
and empower women," said
Lt. Cmdr. Sara Shaffer,
Giving every baby
a healthy start"
Help the March of Dimes
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birth defects and other
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Pediatric Nurse Lt. Martyn Rothermel gives baby Kaylee her
new baby exam as Sara and MR2 Court Gunderson and their
1-year-old daughter, Ella, look on. Sara was attended through
both her pregnancies by Naval Hospital Jacksonville mid-
CNM at the naval hospital.
"National Midwifery Week
is a chance for midwives
and the women they serve
to reflect on their experi-
ences and midwifery's
contributions to women's
health care, from attending
births to well-women care."
Shaffer provides midwifery
care at the Naval Hospital
along with colleagues Cmdr.
Cathy McCrary, Cmdr.
Casey Adams and Lt. Cmdr.
Laura Bennett. Bennett is
currently deployed in Cuba.
The heart of midwifery
care for women and new-
borns lies more in the
nature of that care than
in its specific components.
Midwifery practice has a
firm foundation in the criti-
cal thought process and is
focused on the prevention
of disease and the promo-
tion of health, taking the
best from the disciplines of
midwifery, nursing, public
health and medicine to pro-
vide safe, holistic care.
Midwifery is a profession
born of a woman's vision,
nurtured in an understand-
ing of women's developmen-
tal phases, and committed
to .assuring women in all
populations that it is their
birthright to be part of this
Sara Gunderson and
her husband MR2 Court
Gunderson had a "won-
derful experience" work-
ing with Certified Nurse
Midwife Cmdr. Cathy
McCrary at Naval Hospital
attended her pregnancy
through to delivery and the
delivery of her first child.
With Kaylee she followed
the pregnancy but the job
in the delivery room fell to
her colleague Adams
The Gunderson's first
child, Ella, was born Jan.
31, 2006 and their second,
Kaylee, was born Sept. 2,
2007. Court serves aboard
the USS DeWert (FFG-
40) homeported at Naval
Station Mayport. Sara said
when she went to the clin-
ic at Mayport she was told
great things about McCrary
from other patients.
After meeting the mid-
wife she was pleased. "We
liked her personality. She
explained everything and
would stay longer to make
sure all our questions were
answered. She is very dedi-
cated and goes out of her
way to help us."
Sara said she went
through all the classes the
hospital offered for new
moms with her first child
and was pleased with how
they involved her husband
as well. "It was directed at
both of us. It helped him
know how to make me feel
more comfortable," she
Although she had to be
induced in the second deliv-
ery, she said both deliveries
went well. "The people were
very helpful and made sure
I had everything I needed.
They were prepared for any '
complications and made us
McCrary even helped
arrange for Court to fly
back from deployment
aboard the DeWert in'4
Central America. He was a
little late (14 hours) getting
here but said it was great
to be there to help care for
Ella while mom was recu-
perating and to see the
newborn so soon after the'
When we spoke to Sara
on Sept. 28 she was pre-
paring for her first visit to
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Pediatrics for Kaylee's
new-baby check and every-
one was doing great. They
look forward to continuing
their care through Naval
Hospital Jacksonville and
Sarah said she'd recom-
mend her midwives to any-
To learn more about
midwifery in the U.S., visit
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Three Sailors show off the prototype uniforms for service dress white and service dress khaki.
The prototype service dress khaki uniform is a throwback to the traditional World War II style.
The uniform allows for chiefs and officers to shift from service khaki to service dress khaki
by adding a black tie and jacket. The prototype service dress white uniform focuses on better
fabric and fit of the uniform without drastically changing the look. The most visible change of
the uniform is adding blue piping along the cuffs and the collar. The fabric is polyester, which
allows for improved ventilation and can be washed with no dry-cleaning necessary.
Wear testing for new
By Sharon Anderson
Chief of Naval Personnel
Selected officers and
Sailors will begin
limited wear testing
of new uniform prototypes,
service dress khaki for
chiefs and officers and ser-
vice dress blue and white
for E-6 and below, late this
fall or early winter.
"The service dress khaki
uniform is in a traditional
style, last worn during the
Vietnam era," said Robert
Carroll, head, Uniform
The E6 and below service
uniforms, which still look
much like the "Crackerjack"
of today, will feature hidden
zippers for ease of dressing
and new piping for service
dress white. The service
dress "blue will be for men
only, he explained.
Uniform testing is expect-
ed to run for 90 to 120 days.
The selected officers and
Sailors will evaluate the
appearance and acceptabil-
ity and provide their feed-
back to the Navy Uniform
Matters Office, according to
Testing of the dress
khaki and service blues and
whites will be in Norfolk,
Va., Washington, D.C.,
Millington, Tenn.,- and
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. An
overseas testing site may
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Carroll. The service dress
whites will have limited
wear tests in Key West,
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About 225 officers and
Sailors are expected to take
part in the wear tests.
Carroll also said deliv-
ery of a single Navy work-
ing uniform for wear by
all Sailors E-1 to 0-10 and
Marv Tyler Moore
a year round service uni-
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below is on track to get to
the fleet in summer 2008.
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is on track for spring 2008.
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'National College Month'
By Cherie Huntington
Defense Commissary Agency
Uncle Sam wants
you! He wants you
to start saving your
money for your children's
college years, that is.
The U.S. Congress
"National College Savings
Month" to boost fam-
ily awareness of the "why's
and how-to's" of starting to
save as early as possible.
There's no easier way than
letting your commissary
savings add to your invest-
"Commissaries sell at
cost and provide 30 per-
cent or more savings to
authorized shoppers," said
Patrick Nixon, Defense
Commissary Agency direc-
tor and chief executive offi-
cer. "For a family of four,
that amounts to about
$3,000 annually. Why not
put some of that savings
toward your children's edu-
If you treasure spend-
ing your savings on other
things, such as vacations
or even a new car, there's
another way the commis-
sary can help with college
tuition. Each year, about
500 youths around the
world win $1,500 scholar-
ships in the Scholarships
for Military Children pro-
gram. Children of active-
duty and retired military,
Reserve and National
Guard members com-
pete for the scholarships.
Applications for the fall
2008 school year should be
available on Nov. 1, either
at your commissary or via
the following site: http://
Whether you're consid-
ering loan programs, col-
By Lynda Valentine
Defense Commissary Agency
one question: "Why
doesn't the commissary
'double' coupons like civil-
ian grocery stores do?"
The answer is simple:
,Commercial stores operate
at a profit by marking up
the grocery items they sell.
By law, commissaries must
sell items at cost - not for
If a shopper redeems a
manufacturer's coupon for
25 cents and a commercial
store doubles it to 50 cents,
the manufacturer pays the
store only the value of the
coupon, which is 25 cents.
The additional 25 cents
comes out of the store's
built-in profit margin. Many
local stores can double cou-
pons, knowing that while
they may lose money on a
few items, they make up
the difference in their over-
all markups. The Defense
Commissary Agency (DeCA)
.however, has no such profit
margin to make up the dif-
ference for a doubled cou-
pon, so commissaries honor
only the amount on the cou-
pon that the manufacturer
Many patrons confuse the
commissary surcharge with
profit. The 5-percent sur-
charge, added to a shopper's
total purchase at checkout,
is mandated by Congress
and used only to build new
commissaries and renovate
existing ones. DeCA can-
not use the surcharge fund
to purchase groceries for
resale or to pay the salaries
of commissary employees.
Neither can it be used to
offset costs associated with
For more information
about using coupons at
your commissary, or to find
coupons online, log onto
DeCA's Web site at: http://
lege savings accounts with
tax breaks, prepaid tuition
plans, or shopper loyalty
reward programs such as
Upromise, a good site con-
taining helpful information
on college financial aid is
"FinAid!" at http://www.
It's never too late to start
saving for your children's
future," Nixon said. "Let
your commissary savings
play a part in making their
dreams come true."
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 4, 2007 11
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heading to Iraq
NAS jax Commanding Officer Capt. jack Scorby Jr.
presents Lt. Cmdr. Carol Schrader, NAS Jax admin-
istrative officer, with a special poster at her going-
away luncheon Sept. 26 in Building 1. Schrader is
heading to Iraq for a one-year individual augmentee
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
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Food show held at commissary
Patrons at the NAS Jax Commissary enjoy samples of Korean
Jacqueline Kim, president of Kee World Trading Company, while
Many shoppers gathered to taste the foods available.
food prepared by
shopping Sept. 28.
Photos by AO I (AW) Ron McClain
Jacqueline Kim (left) and Lee Alexander of the Kee World Trading Company prepare Korean
foods during a cooking show at the NAS Jax Commissary Sept. 28. The food was prepared on
site for shoppers to sample. "We are trying to provide shoppers here with good healthy foods
that are low in fat and cholesterol," said Kim, president of the company. Kim is currently travel-
ing around the country preparing Korean foods and promoting her new book, "Eating Korean."
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Award from NAS Jax
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14 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 4, 2007
Being female an asset for psychologist in Iraq
NH Jax doc
dealt with combat
By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jax Marketing
L t. Nicole Stewart, mental
health assistant depart-
ment head, chose the men-
tal health field based on a single
traumatic event early in her life
that set her on her path. Her
best friend was raped and killed
when they were in the sixth
Stewart was devastated, but
she remembered the kindness of
the psychologists who helped her
make sense of the tragedy. Her
own traumatic event stuck with
her and by junior high school she
knew she wanted to be a forensic
Stewart arrived at the hospital
in July 2006 and by Labor Day
she knew she would be deploying
to Iraq. She reported in February
2007 to Camp Al Taqaddum,
Iraq, a Marine Corps base where
she was assigned to the Combat
The staff consisted of Navy
psychiatrist Capt. Christopher
Kowalsky, psychiatric techni-
cian HM2 Steven Nicholson and
Stewart. The team was respon-
sible for about 3,000 military per-
(From left) Lt. Nicole Stewart, Navy psychiatrist Capt. Christopher Kowalsky and
Steven Nicholson at the Combat Stress Department, Camp Al Taqaddum, Iraq.
sonnel and treated more than 800
patients during Stewart's seven-
month tour of duty.
They primarily dealt with com-
bat-related stress, but also treat-
ed sleep and adjustment disor-
ders, acute stress and depression.
Being a female psychologist
worked to her advantage in Iraq.
Her patients found it was more
comfortable opening up to her.
The majority of her patients suf-
fered from post traumatic stress
disorder (PTSD), anxiety that can
occur in anyone who has gone
through a traumatic event.
Many of her patients witnessed
death and destruction on a regu-
lar basis. They were constantly
under attack, making sweeps,
Photo courtesy Lt. Nicole Stewart
psychiatric technician HM2
going door to door. They saw
things that most of them couldn't
even describe to their mothers or
Marines and soldiers were hesi-
tant to seek help for PTSD fear-
ing the stigma of being labeled as
weak. Many didn't want to talk
about what they had witnessed
on the battlefield. As the troops
became more comfortable with
seeing Stewart on the base and
hearing of her caring nature, they
became more at ease in talking
to her about their issues. She
reassured them it was OK to talk
about their problems before they
became more serious.
Stewart worked tirelessly to
educate the Marine battalion
commanders about combat-relat-
ed stress. "It is not anything to
be embarrassed about," she told
them. Senior enlisted personnel
and officers also suffer from PTSD
too. Occasionally a Marine would
be ordered to seek mental health
counseling in Iraq, but according
to Stewart, you can't force any-
body into therapy.
"We got a lot of that in theater.
They have to come in on their own
and talk about it," she said.
Since her return to Jacksonville
in July, she has been treating
more patients for PTSD. It is
easier to me to relate to some of
their experiences. I have a better
understanding than I did prior to
deployment," Stewart said.
Upon reflection, Stewart feels
she made a difference in the lives
of her patients. She joined the
Navy as a clinician to get the well-
rounded experience she couldn't
get anywhere else.
She relied on her faith, her col-
leagues and the love of her work
to keep herself grounded while
deployed. She also tried not to
take herself too seriously.
AIRLANT visits Fleet Area Control
and Surveillance Facility Jax
By Lt. Rebecca Rebarich
Public Affairs Officer .....
R ear Adm. John
er, Naval Air Force
Atlantic, met with Sailors
at Fleet Area Control
, and Surveillance Facility
Jax) during a visit to NAS
Jacksonville Sept. 18.
This site visit highlighted
the achievements and hard
work of several Sailors at
FACSFAC Jax. The Sailors
recognized included ETC
Robert Hernandez, OS1
Frederick Granger, AC2
Adrian Adkins and SK2
Goodwin noted the impor-
tance of recognizing our
Sailors as an essential
part of command leader-
ship. "We often recognize
the top 10 percent of our
Sailors and the bottom 10
percent of our sailors, but it
is those Sailors in between
that we often forget," said
Goodwin. He emphasized
the importance of recogniz-
ing and giving credit to the
dedication and commitment
of our Sailors.
"The safety factor is huge!
If you take into consider-
ation the number of sorties
we fly each year (by the
military) and that we don't
have anymore incidents, it
is due to the hard work of
your personnel," he contin-
"In a command, such as
FACSFAC, where our mis-
sion is critical to the suc-
cess of air and surface
operations, it-was an honor
for my command to single
me out as an outstanding
Sailor to Adm. Goodwin,"
FACSFAC Jax schedules
and controls the offshore
fleet operating areas, mili-
tary special use airspace,
land target and electronic
warfare missions. It pro-
vides full air traffic control
services by direct inter-
face with Federal Aviation
Administration and mili-
tary/civil approach controls,
as well as coordinates oper-
ations with United States
Coast Guard search and
interdiction defense opera-
tions, federal drug interdic-
tion teams, maritime home-
land security operations
. and southeast air defense
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 4, 2007 15
FFSC offers educational
and support programs
Photo by ATC(AW/SW) John Wilson
Newly pinned chiefs at the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Jax get ready to lead the chief's mess in signing
CNATTU Jax pins new chiefs
By ATC(AW/SW) John Wilson
The Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training
Unit (CNATTU) Jacksonville pinned nine new
chief petty officers (CPOs) in a ceremony Sept. 21.
This ceremony was the culmination of a six-week induc-
tion season that began Aug. 13. For all, it was a culmina-
tion of years of hard work, dedication and mentoring by
other chiefs that brought these Sailors to this day.
Being advanced to CPO is a goal that every enlisted
"Sailor wants to achieve. The pinning ceremony is a time-
.honored tradition that will inot fade and only happens once
in a Sailor's career.
The role of the "chief" carries with it new responsi-
bilities and expectations that no other armed force in the
world carries. Much more will be expected of these Sailors
when they come to work wearing new khakis and anchors.
Expectations are high for these new chiefs as they begin a
new chapter in their careers.
CNATTU Jacksonville's new chiefs are ATC(AW) John
Adams, AMEC(AW) Richard Hannaman, AEC(AW)
Jason Mifsud, ATC(AW) Mark Petersen, AEC(AW)
Brian Rubottom, AEC(AW/SW) Craig Sinclair, ATC(AW)
Carl Vick, AMC(AW/SW) Jeffrey Wright and from Fleet
Aviation Specialized Operational Training Group Atlantic
Fleet Detachment Jax AWC(AW/NAC) Anjenelle Kelly.
Also recognized at the ceremony was ATC(AW/NAC)
Dean Kendall who is currently serving on an individual
augmentee assignment in Iraq.
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The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and
Support Program is the foremost preventive
measure for avoidance of personal and family prob-
All FFSC workshops and classes are free to service
members and their families as well as Department of
Defense civilian personnel aboard the bade.
Pre-registration is required. If special accommoda-
tions or handicapped access is required, please notify
FFSC upon registration.
The following workshops are available in October:
Oct. 10, 1-3 p.m. - Federal Employment
Oct. 11, 10-11:30 a.m. -Job Search and Interviewing
Oct. 11, 12:30-2 p.m. - Resumes and Cover Letters
Oct. 11, 1:30-3 p.m. - Sponsor Training
Oct. 15-18, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Transition
Assistance Workshop (separating)
Oct. 16, 9 a.m. - noon - Stress Management
Oct. 22-26, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Command Financial
Oct. 23, 9 a.m. - noon - Anger Management
Oct. 29 - Nov. 1, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Transition
Assistance Workshop (retiring)
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Mission First, Sailors Always!
For more information call 542-3493.
Active Duty Free Bowling
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
6 -10 p.m
9 p.m. - midnight
$10 per person, includes shoe rental
Reservations are accepted!
Family Day Special
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
THE ZONE COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for more information.
Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!
Budweiser Brew House
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday and Friday
7:30 p.m. - until close
Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m.
Sunday - Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
For more information on aquatics, call 542-2930.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11 a.m. - noon
Fall into Fitness
12-week exercise challenge
Program begins Oct. 15.
Sign-up at the Fitness Source front desk.
S I.T.T. EVENTS
For more information about ITT trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.
2008 Entertainment Books
Now on sale at ITT
$20 each plus free two-week membership for
"Entertainment on Vacation"
Jacksonville Jaguars tickets on sale now!
Ticket prices $40 - $56.50 (Limit four tickets per game per
Ride the ITT Jaguar Shuttle for only $10 per game or $80
for all regular home season games.
Daytona 500 tickets on sale now!
Super Stretch (rows 1-20) $90
Super Stretch Tower (rows 33-51) $135 *these tickets are
for both Feb. 16 and 17.
NEXTEL Fan Zone $75
ITT shuttle $15 (limited number of seats)
Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios
Tickets are now available!
Holiday card contest coming up
he annual "Beat the Holidaze with MWR" program
begins soon. All commands, squadrons and depart-
'' ments are encouraged to participate to win money
for their MWR funds. To participate, design a holiday
card utilizing plywood provided by MWR. Each contes-
tant is responsible for decorating and supplies for the
cards. One card from each command is authorized.
Plywood is now available at the Auto Skills Center,
Building 622. All cards must be turned in by Nov. 9 to be
eligible for judging. The winners will be announced at the
2007 Christmas Tree Lighting event Dec. 7 at 6 p.m.
Prizes are $500 for first place, $300 for second and $200
for third place.
For more information, call 542-3424.
Female needed for Xtreme Challenge team
O ne of the teams participating in this year's Xtreme
Challenge is looking a female participant to join
The event will be held Nov. 8-9 at NSB Kings Bay, Ga.
and consists of canoeing/kayaking, cycling, running, swim-
ming, climbing, rappelling, orienteering and marksman-
The event is open to active duty, reservists, retirees,
family members and Department of Defense civilians. For
more information, call Tim McKinney at 542-3239.
Wellness Center Tobacco
Cessation programs offered
he Naval Hospital Wellness Center is offering an
afternoon tobacco cessation group program Oct. 9
- at 1 p.m. and a morning program beginning Oct.
15 at 9 a.m. Each session lasts approximately two hours.
Both morning and afternoon programs are eight hours
long, two hours per week for four weeks. No appoint-
Sments are required to start these programs and you do
not have to be referred by a physician to start the pro-
Sgram. All TRICARE eligible personnel can attend.
The Wellness Center's program is based on cognitive
behavior change with pharmaceuticals as needed and is
Focused on relapse prevention. For more information, call
Sthe program manager at 542-2836.
Photos by Shannon Leonard
The new NAS Jax Youth Activities Center is almost completed.
The grand opening celebration will be held Oct. 19 from 6-8
p.m. Refreshments will be provided. For more information
Sunday - Thursday $33.75, park hours 6:30 p.m. - mid-
Friday - $38.50, park hours 6:30 p.m. - 2 a.m.
Saturday - $58, park hours 6:30 p.m. - 2 a.m.
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5 single
or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the Liberty
Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Free food, entertainment and prizes!
Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights Trip
$45 per person
Jaguars vs. Texans Game
$5 per person
Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Knocked Up (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - Pirates 3 (PG-13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. - Georgia Rule (R)
Oct. 12, 7 p.m. - Mr. Brooks (R)
Oct. 13, 5 p.m. - Waitress (PG-13)
Oct. 13, 7 p.m. - Return to Sender (R)
Oct. 19, 7 p.m. - The Contact (R)
Oct. 20, 5 p.m. - Live or Die Hard (PG-13)
Oct. 20, 7 p.m. - Blind Dating (PG-13)
Oct. 26, 7 p.m. - The Breed (R)
Oct. 27, 5 p.m. - Ocean's 13 (PG-13)
Oct. 27, 7 p.m. - 1408 (PG-13)
NAS JAX GOLF CLUB
For more information on the golf course, call 542-3249. For
Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Oct. 9 and 23 for active duty
Oct. 11 and 25 for retirees and Department of Defense
NAS Jax Golf Club
$75 per p
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Full replacement value protection being offered to those moving
From Navy Legal Service
Starting this fall, full replace-
ment value (FRV) protec-
tion is being offered to mili-
tary members and Department of
Defense (DoD) civilians who have
to move or store their personal
property as part of a DoD spon-
FRV protection entitles the
member or employee to the
full replacement cost of lost or
destroyed items. For items that
are damaged, the carrier has the
option of repairing them or mak-
ing a monetary settlement for
repair costs. There is no addition-
al cost to the member or employee
for FRV coverage.
In the past, if a carrier lost or
destroyed something during a
move, claimants would only be
paid the depreciated value (fair
market value) of an item that
was lost or destroyed, regardless
of whether they filed their claim
with a military claims office or
directly with a commercial carri-
er. FRV coverage will apply to all
international shipments picked
up on or after Oct. 1, 2007, and
most domestic shipments picked
up on or after Nov. 1, 2007. FRV
will apply to all shipments picked
up on or after March 1, 2008,
including those placed into non-
An important difference
between depreciated value cover-
age and FRV is that with FRV
the claimant must file his or her
claim with the transportation ser-
vice provider (TSP) (commercial
carrier) father than with the mili-
tary claims office (MCO).
Under the FRV program, the
maximum liability for the TSP
is $4 times the net weight of the
shipment, with a minimum of
$5,000 and a maximum of $50,000
per shipment. Just like under
the current system, the claim-
ant must record loss or damage
discovered at delivery on the DD
Form 1840 (Joint Statement of
Loss or Damage at Delivery) and
must record all additional loss or
damage discovered after delivery
on the DD Form 1840R (Notice of
Loss or Damage).
The claimant must sub-
mit these forms to TSP within
75 days after delivery or to the
nearest Personal Property Office
within 70 days of delivery. The
claimant must then file a claim
with the TSP within nine months
of delivery. The TSP will settle
the claim by repairing or paying
to repair damaged items, and by
replacing or by paying the FRV
cost for items that have been lost
or destroyed. When the claim
is filed directly with the TSP,
the TSP will be responsible for
obtaining all repair and replace-
If the TSP denies the claim
completely, makes ani offer on the
claim that is not acceptable, or
does not respond within 30 days,
the claimant may transfer the
claim to the MCO. If the claim-
ant transfers the claim, the MCO
can only pay depreciated value
(fair market value) on the claims.
The MCO will then attempt to
recover FRV from the TSP. If the
MCO recovers FRV, the MCO
will then pay the claimant the
difference between the depreci-
ated value already paid and the
FRV. If a claimant files a claim
with the TSP after nine months,
but before the two year time limit
for filing, the TSP is only liable
for the depreciated value of items
lost or destroyed.
For more detailed informa-
tion about the program, the
Military Surface Deployment and
Distribution Command published
a detailed set of guidelines that
governs FRV coverage on its Web
site. DoD customers can find
the Web site at http://www.sddc.
army.mil/, click Full Replacement
Travel orders regarding dependents during emergency evacuations
In the event of an emer-
gency evacuation, travel
orders may be issued to
military, appropriated fund'
and non-appropriated fund
employees of 09697 UIC
and their co-located family
However, to include fami-
ly members by name on the
travel orders, the employee
must ensure the names and
dates of birth of their fam-
ily members are updated in
If you are a military mem-
ber, ensure your dependent
data including birthdates
are current in your official
service record. This data
will automatically feed to
If you are a NAF employ-
ee, ensure your dependent
data, including birthdates
are current in your SAP
human resources personnel
record. This data will auto-
matically feed to TWMS.
If you are an APF employ-
ee, you must update your
dependent data directly in
TWMS. The DCPDS per-
sonnel system does not
dependent data and will
not feed the data to TWMS.
You will need to create a
record for each dependent
under your TWMS self-ser-
vice access by selecting the
personal info button under
the navigation section.
Then scroll down to the bot-
tom of the form to add or
modify information on fam-
Anyone can access their
TWMS personal record by
going to https://twms.nmci.
this is your first time log-
ging into self-service, you
may be prompted to enter
your birthdate and Social
If you experience tech-
nical difficulty accessing
your record in TWMS, call
the Commander, Navy
Support Center Help Desk
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TASK FORCE: Input wanted from all Sailors
From Page 1
born after the year 1985,
however, roadshow organiz-
ers stressed the importance
of hearing from every age
"What we could use from
everybody is to get your
individual input as to what
could make our Navy bet-
ter," said Capt. Ken Barrett,
the TFLW lead roadshow
All Sailors are encour-
aged to not only give their
feedback, but to discuss it
with their families as well
and come up with ideas that
would make Navy life more
conforming for the families
of this generation.
Two other options are
available for providing
feedback to the task force.
The first is the TFLW Web
celifework. This site details
the mission and vision of
the TFLW, lists announce-
Photo by MC2(SW) Daniel Cay
Capt. Ken Barrett, the Task Force Life Work (TFLW) lead,
responds to a question from the audience during the TFLW
Roadshow presentation at NAS Jacksonville Sept. 26 as Misti
Burmeister, CEO of Inspirion Inc. and speaker for the Navy's
TFLW Roadshow looks on.
ments, briefs, the roadshow
schedule and provides an
e-mail link to submit direct
feedback to task force rep-
The second is the TFLW
online community blog,
accessed through the
TFLW Web site. Anyone
can request to join the blog
by using a (dot) mil e-mail
threads include telecom-
muting, education opportu-
nities, work environment
and life coaches. Members
of the blog can either com-
ment on existing discussion
threads or begin a new one.
Go to the Super Bowl courtesy of your NEX and Reebok
From the Navy Exchange
The Navy Exchange
is sponsoring a
Super Bowl XLII
Sweepstakes at partici-
pating stores from Oct. 14
- Nov. 4. The grand prize
includes two tickets to
the Super-Bowl on Feb. 3,
2008, lodging for a three-
night/four-day stay as
well as round trip airfare
for two to Glendale, Ariz.,.
limit of $1,000 for each
Flight clothing is no
longer being issued
at the Building 111
warehouse. Flight clothing
is available at SERVMART
Monday through Friday
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. using
the government purchase
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Steve Silver at 542-5221.
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In addition to the Super
Bowl giveaway, customers
may also register to win a
Sony 50-in. Projection TV,
valued at $1,399; a Hewlett
Packard computer bun-
dle, valued at $999; or a
Hewlett Packard notebook
computer, valued at $999.
To register, just fill out
an entry slip at the NEX
or online at www.navy-nex.
There is no purchase nec-
essary to enter the sweep-
stakes. Only one entry per
The winners will be
randomly selected at the
Navy Exchange Service
Command (NEXCOM) in
Virginia Beach, Va. on or
about Nov. 14 from among
all eligible entries received.
NEXCOM will contact each
potential winner by tele-
phone or e-mail to verify
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FROM THE FLEET
JAX SPORTS AND STANDINGS
All hands to quarters for
muster, inspection and instruction
By FLTCM(SW/AW) Tom Howard
U.S. Pacific Fleet Master Chief
Welcome back, shipmates, to our
continuing series addressing
Navy pride, professionalism and
the basics of being a U.S. Navy Sailor.
This week, I want to ask each of you just
how many of you hold quarters on a regu-
lar basis. Even on shore duty?
As I travel throughout
the fleet I ask about quar-
ters, and I am getting the
distinct feeling that the
majority of commands are | .
in fact conducting morn-
ing quarters. For those .
in the minority, who may
not, and in our continu-
ing effort to get back to
the basics, I have to tell
you that getting back
into the routine of hold-
ing quarters may just be
the place to start. FLTCM(SW/AW
Quarters for muster,
instruction and inspection, as it is officially
known, is at the root of our heritage as
well as a pillar of deckplate leadership.
Holding quarters simply means taking
the time to communicate face-to-face in
a daily meeting to ensure all Sailors are
where they are supposed to be, to impart
information, to recognize good performance,
and to conduct routine inspections. Such
inspections ensure Sailors are in squared-
away uniforms and personal hygiene is
up to standards - to include haircuts and
shaves if applicable. Leaders, keeping
Sailors informed and educated on all mat-
ters breeds trust and respect. And, as the
old cliche says, a Sailor who knows what's
going on is a better Sailor. If it's true that
we fight the way we train, the same can be
true to say we'll lead like we've been led.
The chiefs and leading petty officer's pres-
ence at quarters is something that will be
duplicated as Sailors move up in rank.
Now that we know what quarters is, let's
break it down into its three parts - muster,
instruction and inspection.
The most basic'of the three items is mus-
ter. Since mustering is the first part, it's
important that we bring our division to
attention. I would like to know that every
division is starting quarters with all hands
reciting "The Sailor's Creed."
-As for the actual muster, sure, your
Sailors can phone in, stop by the chiefs
desk to say hello or drop an e-mail to their
leading petty officer, but that is as far
from deckplate leadership if I ever saw
it. Shipmates, mustering equates to per-
sonal accountability for all. Importantly,
we must practice on shore duty what we
are required to do at sea. Train the way we
fight, remember. At sea, the muster report
is the single document used to ensure the
entire crew is aboard the ship. There is no
The second element of quarters is
instruction. Are we really in so much of a
hurry every day that we cannot spend five
to 10 minutes communicating the plan of
the day, the responsibilities or hot items
of the day, important
related events and more?
. t How about recognizing
S , jobs well done by the
� y Sailors who make great
things happen every day?
Instruction equates to
guidance and mentoring.
Guidance and mentoring
lead to strong divisions,
strong commands, and a
Last, but certainly not
) Tom Howard least, is inspection. Every
day we put on the cloth
of our nation should be a proud day. And
we should be more than willing to stand
in front of our peers, our Sailors, our lead-
ers and be so proud. When we stand up
and say, "I am a United States Sailor," we
should do so in a uniform that personifies
the very. words of the creed. Conducting
inspections at every quarters ensures uni-
forms are squared away as well as hair-
cuts, shoe shines, etc. If we take pride in
our appearance and understand that a
Sailor's appearance affects how the world
sees the U.S. Navy, conducting regular
inspections should be a welcomed task-
ing. Inspections are not a punishment but
a daily way for leadership to ensure their
Sailors are ready for the day!
So, there you have it, shipmates - anoth-
er step back to the basics of being a Sailor,
a step forward to ensuring all Sailors are
accountable, informed, and ready.
If you are in a command or department
that holds quarters, BZ to you. You're more
informed than your counterparts at com-
mands or departments that do not. If you
don't have quarters, ask your chief why
not. Given that so much good comes from
having quarters, I can't imagine many good
arguments being waged as to why some-
one would not conduct quarters. Quarters
are not an inconvenience. We must do
everything we can to ensure each of us
begins our day on time, looking our best,
and armed with the most up-to-date infor-
mation we can possibly get!
Until next time, shipmates, .keep up the
great work! If you have any questions or
comments, drop me a line at cpf.fleetfeed-
Sail safe and sail together.
Jacksonville Jaguars tickets on sale at the USO
From the USO
Since the Jacksonville Jaguar inaugu-
ral season, the Greater Jacksonville
Area USO has sold Jaguars tickets
to each home game at minimal cost. The
Jacksonville Jaguars generosity is not
duplicated by any other NFL team. The
tickets are for the express purpose of pro-
viding active duty military personnel and
their families the ability to enjoy an NFL
game at a reasonable price.
This year, the USO is broadening the
ability for commands to purchase bulk tick-
ets for command-sponsored events. Last
year, commands were only authorized to
request 25 tickets to individual games.
This year, there is no restriction on the
number of tickets a command may request.
Specific details on the method of request-
ing command sponsored tickets are includ-
ed in the ticket sale guideline brochure
located on our Web site, www.usojax.org.
Additionally, the USO is lifting the restric-
tion imposed last year which did not allow
single military personnel to take a civilian
The USO asks for everyone's support
to ensure tickets are not resold to ineli-
gible individuals. This is a good program
and a great opportunity for those current-
ly serving in uniform and their families.
Uniforms are not required for admittance.
Retired military personnel, civil service
. personnel and civilians are not authorized
entry to any Jaguars game through the use
of a USO ticket. .
The cost of the USO ticket is $8 per tick-
et, regardless of age. Individual tickets go
on sale two Mondays prior to the game, or
two Tuesdays prior to the game if Monday
is a holiday. The NAS Jacksonville USO
will open its doors at 8 am for ticket sales
and the Mayport Center will open its doors
at 9 am for ticket sales as follows:
Game Date Opponent Ticket Sale
Oct. 22 Colts
Nov. 18 Chargers
Nov. 25 Bills
Dec. 9 Panthers
Dec. 23 Raiders
For more information, please
USO announces lottery for Monday night football tickets
From the USO
D ue to overwhelming
demand and a lim-
ited supply of tickets
for Oct. 22 Monday night
football game between the
Jacksonville Jaguars and
Indianapolis Colts, USO
Jacksonville will. conduct
a lottery for the chance to
purchase up to four tickets.
Lottery forms will be
available at the NAS
Jacksonville and Mayport
Road. locations during nor-
mal operating hours Oct. 9.
USO NAS Jacksonville
is open from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. The USO on Mayport
Road is open from 9 a.m. to
To be eligible to enter into
the lottery for bring your
valid active duty ID card.
Spouses of active duty
personnel may enter, too,
but the active duty service
member must pick up the
tickets following payment of
$8 per ticket at either USO
location. One entry form is
permitted per active duty
The lottery drawings will
be conducted Oct. 10 at 9
a.m. at both locations. Win-
ners will be contacted after
Jacksonville Marine Corps Half Marathon is this weekend
The fourth annual Jacksonville
Marine Corps Half Marathon and
Freedom 5K will be held Saturday
at 7 a.m. on Adams Street near Veteran's
Memorial Wall. These events are open to
all runners and walkers.
Following the tradition established by
-the internationally recognized Marine
:Corps Marathon in Washington, DC, this
event promises to continue the mission of
strengthening the bond between the civil-
ian and military communities, while pro-
moting physical health and raising money
for local and national charitable organiza-
For more race information, visit
www.lstclacesports.com or call 731-1900.
Basketball meetings coming up
A Greybeard Basketball League will be held Oct.
10 at 11:30 a.m. in the Building 850 conference
room. The Greybeard Basketball League is open
to all NAS Jax active duty, selective reservists
and Department of Defense (DoD) personnel age
30 and up. A Captain's Cup Basketball League
meeting will be held the same day at noon. This
league is open to all NAS Jax active duty, selective
reservists and DoD personnel. The season is
scheduled to begin in Nov. All interested personnel
should attend the meeting to discuss rules and to
get the required paperwork to join the league.
Tennis tourney slated
Amen and women's open singles tennis tournament
will be held Oct. 22 at 5 p.m. The tournament is
free and open to all NAS Jax authorized men and
women ages 18 and up. There will be a separate
men and women's division. Matches will be played
at the Guy Ballou Tennis Complex. Awards will be
given for each division. Call NAS Jax Athletics to
sign up by Oct. 19.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Are you a competition runner? If so, you can
represent the Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and
triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are
provided as well as transportation, entry fees and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete in
a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)
race and your time must be one of top 10 regional
qualifying times. For more information, call 270-
Southeast regional qualifying times
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball,
football and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball. Experience is not
required. If interested, contact the NAS Jax Gym.
For more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email email@example.com.
Intramural Fall Volleyball Standings
As of Sept. 28
Team Wins Losses
Over the Hill 3 1
FRCSE 3 1
Young Guns 2 1
Naval Hospital 1 2
NCWRON26 1 2
Elks Lodge to sponsor free youth soccer shoot
From the Orange Park Elks
The, Orange Park Elks
Lodge is hosting their
annual Yotith Soccer
Shoot Oct. 20 at 11 a.m.
at the Orange Park Lodge
#2605, 5920 Collins Road,
Jacksonville. There, are
four competing age groups:
7 and under, 8-9-year-olds,
10-11-year-olds and 12-13-
year-olds. The event is free.
Contestants must bring a
photo copy of their birth
The "Five-Goal Contest"
with its succession of
smaller target goals, lets
younger participates ages
7 and under and ages 8 and
9 build their confidence as
they move down the line. It
matches both physical and
skill abilities to the chal-
lenge they present.
The "Grid Goal Contest"
uses the penalty kick dis-
tance and shoots at a soc-
cer goal divided into dif-
ferent point sections. This
challenge's the older par-
ticipates in age groups 10
and 11 and 12 and 13 to lift
the ball from the field while
aiming it for score, thus
developing advanced skills.
Certificates and trophies
will be awarded and win-
ners will advance to the
District Level Soccer Shoot.
For more information,
and to register by Oct. 13,
contact Dennis Hughes at
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[ IU810/ % of the military community
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'03 Honda CR-V EX 4x4, Low Miles ............... $14,988
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PCS- ORANGE PARK
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1188sf, walking distance
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living & dining room
plus a great room.
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SIERRA OAKS - Phase 1 North West Jax
Subdiv. Lot Sqft Bed/Bath Completion Date WAS
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Subdiv. Lot Sqft Bed/Bath Completion Date WAS
Sierra Oaks 1 2755 4/3 Study Aug.'07 $312,990
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Arlington lbr / $545,
2br's $625-$695 Southside,
Westsde 2br's /$625-$695
Move In Special
ARLINGTON LOW WKLY
ONE BED 7 DAY STAY
$139 ECONO SINGLE
$159 FULL SIZE ECONO
$175 FULL SIZE R & M
REGENCY INN 725-5093
District, Walk to
rants, Shops. 2BR/1BA,
Newly Renovated, New
washer, $795/m. Garage
avail for $50/m. Water,
sewer, trash incl. Call
INTRACOASTAL Lux 2/2,
pool, tennis. Avail 09/01
ORANGE PARK 2/2, fpl,
wet bar, WD hkup, new
paint, new carpet, no
pets $650mo 386-235-6667
I For ad U rtisogoimfaft
RIVERSIDE 3/3 $695
ch&a, WD Hkp, Kit Equip.
1 Car Garage, Close to Shops.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
SAN MARCO cozy,-clean
2/1 ch&a close to river/
restaurants cat ok $750
mo. call 737-9065 728-4092
1 & 2 BR Speciall I
CALL 398 -9492
WESTSIDE -2/2, CH&A,
vaulted cell, fplc, wet
bar, w/d hkp, $675-695
Sec 8 ok Jeff 786-277-6823
Near NAS Jax
$20.07 On i
For The 1
Fleming Island Plan new
3/2.5 TH, 1450sf, 2 story,
on water, lease $1050mo.
Buy $170k. Free voca-
tion with purch. Mili-
tary disc 904-386-5805
One Of A Kind Water
Views. Gated, 3/2,
1690sf, granite, pool,
gar, $1795mo. 40ft slip
avail $300. 904-273-0125
2/2.5 Lux, waterfront
gated community, live in
a tree house w/ beautiful
wf views, 5 star ameni-
ties, boat storage & dock,
includes water and sew-
age, discounted rent $795
Mandarin Bartrum Park
william's Walk. Gated,
Large lbr, 932sf, $885m,
wtr & w/d IncI 645-6003
MANDARIN 2/2.5, new
cpt, & apple's, hdwd firs,
small pet Ok, near 1-295,
$995mo 1st, last,& dep.
avail 9/15.nolong term-
3/2, pool, gated, w/d,
Orange Park 1 mile to
1-295, 3/2 Irg rooms. The
Seasons. Length of lease
nego $1000mo 904-264-9078
boat slip, minutes from
NAS. $1100/mo + $250
w/slip. Option to pur-
chase. Perfect for mili-
tary! Call 904-220-3450
ORTEGA 3/2, brand new
condo all appli, free
cable, pets welcome.
$950m + dep 904-229-7867
SOUTHSIDE Belle Rive
new luxury condo 3/2.5,
SS appis, garage, pool.
$1250/month. Lease or
own. Call J on
WESTSIDE Wtrfrnt 2/2.5
TH, scrnd lanai, gar,
Fpl, dock, $950. No pets/
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`98 St. Johns Ave.
ARGYLE 3/2 NICE house.
$900 month, $850 sec.
dep. Half off first month
for military. Call
ARGYLE - 3/2, GREAT
ROOM, FPLC, SCREENED
PATIO, FENCED YARD.
REF REQ $995/MO. 778-2897
ARGYLE Nice 3/2 $900
per month, $850 secu-
rity. Half off first month
for military. PIs call
ATLANTIC BCH- Mayport
RENT/RENT 2 OWN
3 br, free recorded msg.
Avondale 2/2, w/office
1600sf inci scrnd porch,
ch/a, Fpl, wd fir, $1100
pet extra. 465-3301
DR'S INLET OFF COL-
LEGE House for rent.
4/2, 2000 sf, $1400 a
month Include yard ser-
vice, fenced. Avail 10/15.
DR'S INLET OFF COL-
LEGE house for rent.
4/2, 2000 sf, $1400 month
include yard service,
fenced. Avail 10/15. Call
EAGLE HARBOR - rent/
sale, by owner, $1350mo.
3/2, grt loc. culdesac,
nr plgrnd 240-222-3480
Gorgeous Home for Rent:
4/3 + Bonus - Jax Golf -
$2700 - Avail Now -
INTERCOASTAL WEST - 4/2
toeIrl aw 2i ,Mineral Ck
comm a0so 1450,mro
9,' 6-6:'.f'. or 280.7433
Intercoastal W. Sutllon
Lakes 13.. 2.:3 amenifie-
i.': ne.g I V0ri +im EEC
R-a 'MiU ap 7i .7489230
Waterleaf New 4/2, 2100sf,
woods, 2cgar, comm.
pool. $1500m. 904-463-1507
KENSINGTON 3/2.5 $1395
1830sf, ch&a, WD Hookup
2 Car Garage, Carpet.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
LAKE ASBURY Newer
home 3/2, 1940sf, 2cg, kit
eqpt, fenced, $1200m+
LAKESHORE 4/2 $895
ch&a, WD Hookup,
Renovated, Fenced, 1354sf
VANSANOT RE 389-3540
LAKESHORE 3/2 $895
1754sf, ch&a, WD Hookup
Fenced, Fam. Rm, Cing Fans
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
MACCLENNY - 3/2
Rancher, 2000 st, 2-car
garage, washer, dryer
included. $1300. Call
Mandarin Ample & spa-
cious 3/2, 2 extra bonus
rms, fp, quiet culdesac,
$1575mo+ dep 699-1018
MANDARIN Lake Front
3/2, 1850 sq-ft, 2 car garg,
large Screen Porch,
Lawn maintence incid
3/2 plus loft. $800/mo.
Surfside Real Estate,
Agent Owned. 422-7653
ORANGE PARK House
for sale, rent, rent to
own. 3/2 $850/month or
$140k. Possible owner
ORANGE PARK 3/1 quiet
& clean, fenced back
yard. 125 Lester, $790mo
+ dep. 904-269-5585
ORANGE PARK-5 ml to
NAS Jax. 3br, 2ba,
1900sf, big lot, new
kitchen appis, $1100mo.
1 year lease 904-386-4358
ORANGE PARK town-
house for rent. 1.5 bath-
included. 7 miles from
NAS Jax. 904-386-0207
ORTEGA 4 miles to NAS,
1600 sf, 3/1.5. Pets
allowed. Safest in Jax
metro PC. $1050/month.
Call Theresa 355-8883.
WESTSIDE- newly renov
3/1, ceramic tile
throughout new kitchen,
brick, ch&a $750mo
Cunningham Ritr 387-0475
WESTSIDE Wilson 01-295
3/2 /1 fenced back yard,
$950mo $950Dep., $30.00
App. Fee. 904-378-8380
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+ 0.c. 04.''1.su 81i
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no crea neecea 69-.' .25
- A . .ARGY LE rir 5 rl '
J - ORTEGA share with
Matuv'e prof; turn N/S
kit prIv. Share bath w/1.
$500 +dep Incld utils, cbl,
Internet W/D 904-655-9903
WESTSinDE . D p lr
100 EstwodRd- Hllar
i STSIDE- Day worker,
furn rm, priv ba, pool,
N/S $500m w/util 777-5955
ARLINGTON LOW WKLY
ONE BED 7 DAY STAY
$139 ECONO SINGLE
$159 FULL SIZE ECONO
$175 FULL SIZE R & M
REGENCY INN 725-5093
ORANGE PARK Clean
furnished room. Util.
incl. No lease. No Pets.
Single occupancy. $150
deposit, $450 month.
furn'd room $450.00
month clean brick
home. 10 min. from NAS
JAX Please call Ron
WESTSIDE- 3 rooms
$250/mo larger room
$300 w/pvt entrance
share util's ch/a, all
furn, w/d inside, 771-6465
or Charlie 904-742-9696
w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Dally/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211
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bath BRK home. 10 mins
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All Professional Painting/ 32" Sharp $100. MOVING SALE 5.0 At, AC, white, red
DANCERS DANCERS Waterproofing Services CALL 997-1807 Oak dinette se $60 COACHMAN 28' 5t h hatch, runs strong.
Adm inistrator Int & ext, resld &comm, _ ____ ___ -- cherry waterbed (Calif. wheel- New AC $2400651-6106,982-3179
Ad i CNS He iothcare, a clin- $$1,000$$ ic & Ins, 28yrs exp, rets, King) & dresser; twin heat/ref. No leaks, 2 - 60, 9217
ca research company HIRING BONUS Free estimate Quality beds Leave message: Good cond GCS X HONDA ACCORD
a working withthe od No Mandatory Tip Outs wk 10% off all lbs g3188-8384 $2000 904-284-0047 J EX V6 '03. Leather,
S* largest pharmaceutical akos 399-1110 904-786-9827 WElDER 8510- Home Fleetwood Terry Quatum CD. $14,995. 998-0012
companies, is accepting B. Langston Presents Gym. Like new $200. 2005, 36, kng size bed, 4 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
resumes from highly DANF _ St Aug/World Golf Village Call 298-2436 side outs fu bath,
seasoned healthcare DANCERS,DOORSTAFF, Modern & antique urn. fully loaded, mint cond. HONDA ACCORD
research center. Candl- _ celain etc 1225 Maclaren LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
obFairs Training Nurses/Nurses Aides at must the fol- OSt. W of -95. Wed 5-7P. PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA RV Having Fun Yet, Inc. HONDA ACCORD 07 -
I Fie Ang experience: l DJ, DOORMAN, Thur/Frl 9-5; Sat 9-1. YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST Low Overhead,Low Prices ver, only 5K miOles.
* Resume Service Engineering Office/Clerical/ FProven leadership & B RTENDERS, www.biangston.com WHOLESALE. 714-0141 Sales * Service *ars $29/mo.nWAC.899-585
Accounting/ 'Entertainment Administration management skills Call Passion AC, Heating, eT 1996 GulestreSunSTAr
-HR knoledAccounting/ geEntertainmentge man- all Passion DRUM SET- MS C MH. Loaded, New AC, HONDA CIVIC 4dr DX'95
Bookkeeping * Executive/Management Part-Time agement roficency 6415033 App es MEHL ymbals, 16" Lance n $11,500 Ame uto,AC, red/grey nt
S B iC e t- een a psny Opue coew items. $300. 777-8515ceSide mper cold A/C. $2400
AdvertisingMedia Finance/Investment * Personal Services/ eng business panes - Arts & Craftes Hi-Hrat,16- Crash, 20" - 11'. Make Offer. 904-651-6106, 904-982-3179
Aderisng i I l busi(and related contract Cl top NEW 674-0405 Pecan Park Flea Market HONDA CIVIC DX Coupe
I Service Inurane Fitness -Budget managementrch Is a nd plus Computer Memory foam set. N ew, items. $300. 7799 7-8515 - We Hve 3 Units $2500. 982-3179, 651-6106
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Government/ * Law Enforcement/ Food/Beetate/Properstyr a heat-raela Drive Yellow Cab. usinesale
ageren C Sales BED A Baa Baa Sleep w/-7eter, 614-1 Pecan Park 904-982-3179,hold-904-651-6106
nIn plastic. 398-5200 ers. $125. 278-2926
GraPublic Administration Security/sm Management ve compensation pack- ne Mu h oo Ft/Vgtale BED A Beaut Cherry $135 56,000 miles. Goodff 95 Next t03. Lthr, CD, fully
eIca* Computer Hardware/ *Legal * ScnceRerch e dd cl, background.493-5250 dfw Sousehold eihed w/Natt $350 tne sus reat. CB, 2 e . $20890
orAie * rial rces * adreatd contract BED A NEW 674-0405 Pecan Park Flea Market.KING Set 2005 HONDA FJACKSONVILLE
AProgavm eing JondutrialServices *SocialS r eg ins)e ieows9, sn stic.$199 V 605 mies
SConstruction *Management/ TSMEN 10" bench v- Memphis shades wind- '03. 22K m, lired/ grke
Customer Srvie Professional * Technic reupp Admn Position. CINTHIA E. MAYS- KmpuSterff BEDROOM Set Cherry, e6 ms. 300. 777-851 shield $4250 OBO $2500.. Call 98new $21,480 8651-610612
Service certified In-home day- liS lc N, still in boxes a . 90260-9721 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Caregiving Mechanics ./ s arleho ni,,r F4CL4. Call 215-7046 M gianeous Aoredrera r 00. 5$9 350. e Slis M60M $00
FM dire Breakfast table w/6 Livestock& Supplies 904-215-196192-66-1382---12-727-
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SoftStCh rrwaex a *saeoa$1N0e00. Call n $exh le ,,6580 8 r998-0012
Pa i a e *iSo ci alle Publlccr. CSatles chester drawers, 20tt lco 378-8970 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Progamming fcuriI -elepo& cCENTr 9-k r f9cas 32e a9 American S9f-f/PtPus NmwaWtUl a CR.980 00 meMAZDArPROTEGE
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sunroofCl. $ 16,990
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lervtiirfe e-anircs eh dar cer neuro ll $200a00y735p9170 cJA Narmolred. s tei KA- bmAo sd able.P 3301420 91. 0 o . LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
D- delivery rinstrutioncal /Hers lthCarno ening tH nterrhuMe chandise Breakfast table w/6 Livestock & Supplies 904-215k196191266
De-wwivyfeicDiver Py wMedical/THa re t orS atihn %are, al - AderE HtILDACARE. Musical handise chairs. $100. 904-269-7224 * Animals Wanted ATV-YAMAHAi 0 MAZDASLE-
FlrdRa satANtiRe fNrty aD.Ap ly t w raing nurinh teaords Cb cAs l $50- l B b a e AC0 0K
D5207-1 DoollttleRd, largest pharmaceutical Pens, TooD, is, and thousand ofttems*f l COUCH, Chair, Loveseat D 0 904-210-0570 C 2 Na '899C5853
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Passion-641-50335 orr toal 07988Public Sales rfelt r rn NewMster drawers, AB S - e ol gra378-897 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
annuustt rtile am uur" breticng to .$0. ainlla. -0100 t ll DIN n T c 307-1765 headboard, and foot
2 board $500.00 908-9109 American Staff/Pit Pups BMW R10 K $ 250 R'92, MAZDA PROTEGE
-r P I-l research center. Cand t jynr|i l n a wo- Kitchen accessories, like www.butterballfarm.com PacOures.78 uchNISN IMAEeS RC
866 date ... t have the fol- !j,0 Ma-used -t-i-m-.MA--_ new $125.B904-610-4288. $---------------- Ni.,,nd lak nln $ RAND 904MAR�99
MEDIL T$Kesondra C6Iut CKC M/F $400-500 Zn-shots Pearl white, 23K a5rg wrU '03 Leather,hCD,
CAR EGIVER Mature SECURITY OFFICERS -Prp CNTER - Oak, fits 32" up. Call 904-744-8154 commnanles $500 54 . C, carrie op, o
Reae aeSTATE Ote8 CLDE ANICOR mnagementsilsARLEWanted to Bue or 27" COLOR TV $30. Fine CHIHUAHUA 9 wks old GSXWR1000 BLK/SLR only 998-0012
WeekEpnClassOcg drtv HRnede man- E C Clinical armoire$0. Pine Callm- Adorable Male Puppy 3300 miles. All stck. LEXUS O JACKSONVILLE
aSpriyorInrctor Puayrs) whes Ga o g. a. d t f S o Pe-URNIPTUREhcSALE $50.Pc- S/W. Call 904-463-4211 Garage kept. show roomOF JACKSONVILLE
superir Itcton haelers)n hTJas and onCN t tur,28l2k82vownes.Chinava cabinet, 95e.904)757Ue.Please CL condition. $8500OBO. NMERCEDESS E50 'O
ra e Crooty San a- C r n a r a c0 7. c 4matic au0l e to , blue,
(TOUCse904) 269-2555 benefIts. Three reviews cal research company call 9
FloridRel Este Institute first Year. Ap ply at working with th, e worlds Custom Med io ns& Pins, ts, T's, Stickers, Mugs, s al 264-6652 KEET 5 yr. F emale 904-200-8084 loaded. $399/m. WAC.
S5207-1 Doo little Rd., largest Pharmaceutical Pns Tools, Gifts, and thousands of nt Eal COUCH, Chair, Lveseat $300. 904-210-0570 Call 899-5853
a320ck HoAL Enl trAeV laDS No candidates will _ GAWA CHINA 10 piece R200 OBO. Contact Ra0n 6M -
Details 90484-3824 resumes fm highly Call orll meforfreeatlog English Mastff M treet gl de 845 miles,
rs to loin man umbrella as Old butn DINING TABLE oak once trained 904-8138409 ket16,900. Call exc cnd., new tresr
agement team 443-534-7727, e-mail Grey, 59.4 K ml, asking
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Stion package including 904-260-2703 Can deliver. $400. Call MATTRESS A Queen Set. call 612-6646 Heavy duty engine build NISSAN 350Z Roadster
mu ha e tre 1oSnew t$125. 904-610-4288. 9.Aut/rc Wan rAl 3 0 MERCURYA0
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CAREGIVER Mature- SECURITY OFFICERS -Proven leadership & CENTER - Oak, fits 32" UP. Call 904-744 8154 c9mmO8-393,gar. kept. CD,0Carriage0 op, only
female tlive-in. Lite A �SSDl atmanl rsmen t o X AIR eCLEANER Pollenex flSat screen TV, glass, 19 LIKE NEWB L& SHARPIo $2 , m 514990
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MEDICAL $225 OBO. Silk tree 10', New Queen Size cage, food, very much a tin r, unused 912-8-6936 Iv msg.e tire
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7-6 L men-r -CPROVIDERS cae nnR $50.o282-0826 Still b.In g, p e S s 50 OBOV and wheelC car.cover, rt
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r --encef In ur i syh Dryer Washer, Reasonable. 264 6652 KEET 5 yr. d .d new keptFa r serce don e.
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l ApplyInpersson Mappersu-ulsince 1n3 $200.0 735-9170 JAPANESE P U KA- Smart birad and lavable.514
30 Emerson Street. ao, candi datesD- it. PS. $2000 OBO. Wkend10Piee $0 O. C t
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SIHRIG 0,,,9Ne. Frcon.ir oa 0 Oa e lasticrs 360 dee rotation. $55 05 Touring. Low
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PROVIDER $50. 282-0826 Still In Plastic 307-1765 family bird. $500 OBO and whe, car cover,
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904-783-3333 CC-C. 1: hutch. Very sturdy. Automobiles Ron 269-5460. Only 13,000 miles
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-"S2 a l sComm. Sale Sat 8-12 SanoW '01 $28,900
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Sahighly-skilled employees who Provide customer-focused maintenance, login- Ily sale. Alsocrfts452 18ftfgre at t con eI.a
tics, administration, and management support. We offer competitive salaries. Sunbeam Road. P oww rs l ri. Red
signing bonuses fa r critical Positions, and an excellent benefrit.Package. signs/blo.1-0119er0new Bimia Top 1MW 325c
We are looking for exceptional technical personnel to staff upcoming WESTSIDE Westland Powder blue, beau-
Yd sale. Sat 10/6 8-6ip KEYWEST 20056152cc 70 tifull $26,480 998-0012 CabrHR. Sport pock,
Aircraft Maintenance Managers ExperienceduInesupervising0 C o BlandInY BL & HP Y u LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE AT S
Duclay Rd. N. or Clu $ a uminum trailer, -5,Towimiles
P-3 maintenance support and GIAPrograms with A&P license ins Rd. Come check9oat Bimin top depth finder, a7 aBMWu321sC CONr. $34,900
Aircraft Mechanics 5 Years maintaining P-3 engines, Propellers. hydrau- all the great buys. garage-kept. Excellent '04. Power top,
Nics/styuctural components with A&P license cARGAondHUNTERS t29h1 n automatici. $24,980 2005 BMW325
Avionics/Electrician Technicians 4 years maintaining avionics, electri- 6 998-012 Auto, white, SR
ca and Instrumentation systems GALORE 35 MY BAYLINER '96 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $27,900
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Aircraft Workers 1 year aircraft servicing and flightine experience rngR nolip option.R998-0612
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NISSAN MAXIMA TOYOTA COROLLA '07
'07 3.5. Fully equip. Gray, aIloys .wood
$23,980 998-0012equip. Grain, lonw miles. CADILLAC FORD EXPEDI- HONDA SUZUKI GRAND
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 79/mo. WAC. 899-5853 ESCALADE '02 TION Eddie Bauer RIDGELINE 06 VITARA '05. Only
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Pearl white/tan '03 Black/tan, fully RTL 4x4, leather, 18K mi, 4x4, fully
VOLKSWAGON BEETLE $19,995. 998-0012 equipped. $17,990 CD sunroof. $26,890 equipped. $12,840
2001 - 5 speed, coupe, 2D LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 998-0012 998-0012 998-0012
GL, leather seats, AM AA LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
/FM CD, Yellow, cruise, CHEVY BLAZER
power windows /doors, LT '05. Only 29K INFINITI QX56 '06 TOYOTA
NISSAN SENTRA '04 private $11,000. 491-7996. miles. $17,980 BIk/tan, Nayv DVD. (� HIGHLANDER
Only 43K miles, 30+ 998-0012 $40,890 998-0012 '05. Only 26K miles
miles per gallon. $9988 VOLVO 580 '06 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE like new. $19,990
904-794-9990 Lthr, CD, sunroof, 998-0012
fully equip $26,980 CHEVY EQUINOX LT ISUZU TROOPER LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE
5K miles, auto. $299 per FORD EXPEDITION '06 500 miles on 35L
PONTIAC GRAND LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 8 imi53ed x4. D 9,904 n (e l Toota Highlander
PRIX GT '05. Sun- - - 1-904-797-4443 88,000 on vehicle. Gray 05. Only 26K miles,
roof, fully equipped leather must sell $7,200 one owner. $20,980
$14,980. 998-0012 Military and Non Military FORD EXPEDITION '05 386-8154 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Black Eddie Bauer LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SAABL9-3 OTo Cn Better Service, Aedti n, auto, tan leather, ------------- ad
la\ SAAB 9-32.0T Conv ar erorrnt lloys, 3rd row. $399 per' Toyota Highlander
'06. Leather, only Better Warranty, m. WAC. Call 899-5853 MAZDA 2006 4 dr pickup. Limited '06. Nav,
16K miles. $28,995 Better Vehicles 10,300 miles.
998-0012 Equals CHEVY SILVERADO LT FORD 10,300 mies. Fu wa- SR, CD, fully equip.
998-0012 EaElr I EXPEDITION 197 , 750. Au t $24,640 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Better Prices '05 Ext Cab. Leather, 0600 . C 04LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SG powerwindows an4 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SAAB 9-3 CONV '06 angeoautowlesaeom 1-904-7974443 seatschrome unnn Toyota Highlander
Black/tan. $28,990 (904) 662-0726 boards;$5500 OBO NSN. 2N
998-0012 calo 707-1865 9 0 - xRunnery 20 Blue,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILL L , l d. $0. LT. O 5 m . one owner. $20,980
386854. $39,890 998002 NISSANFRONTIER'03 Ext Cab, low miles998-0012
SCION tC '07. Gray OISSAN ARMADA LE '04 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
$manual,0 9 2 G d sunroof Good con on lo 'c0. Loaded, 3rd row seat
low miles. $299/mo. $24,988. 904-794-9990 To Lndcruser
E TOYOTA AVALONV6 AY' LeRCa . $2 Nov $55,480 998-0012
OYOTAXLS '05. Leather 1998 IZUZU TROOPER 2 ROF JACKSONVILLE ab4 $ 0 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Less than 100 mies on 1904-797- A4443
CD, sunroof $24,890 3.5 L rebuilt engine.88k FORD F1S0 '06 KingN i
998012 miles on vehicle D CHEVY TAHOE '08 Ranch4x4.4dr. 2 ,50 L XRunner '. lue
EXUSOF JACKSONVILLE Leather, loaded. $7500. LT. Only 589 miles. 1-904-797-4443 speed, V6, street truck,
386-8154. $39,890 998-0012 NISSAN FRONTIER '03 Ext Cab, low miles.
TOYOTALEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE FORD F250 Turo Diesel Desert Runner $11,98 $299/mo. WA. 899-5853
COROLLA '06 AUto, 2003 CHEVY 810 Truck '06. Super Duty Lariat 904-794-9990
spoiler, like new with cover on bak. HEVY TAHOE LT Edition, hit, 44, TOYOTA TUNDRA TRD
$14,480 998-0012 Good condit-on, low d '03. Lthr, CD fully leather, alloys, V, run '04. Champaign, alloys,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE miles, A/C, radio. Ask- eqp $17,990 998-0012 inb s. Cl 99/. r g ba rds
Sedan 7K. 908910. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE C C ,i $299/mo. WAC. 99-5853
Spoiler, CD, fully 2003 GMC YUKON XL DODGE RAM SLT
. P V LEXUS OF NLEu V running boards, dl cabE
LEXUS OFpJACKSONVILLE t /, new M C N Cab $17 ,990 998-0012 NISSAN FRONTIER07 auo 0K s
TOYOTA COROLLA CE $2 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEXUS OF ACKSONVILLE 4r. Only 7700 miles $379. WA 899-53
'04 Blue, auto, low miles 2007 DODGE RAM1500 DODGE RAM PU $19,988 904-794-9990 o l
$199mo. WAC. 899-5853 PU. Quad cab bedner 05 Hemi.4dr, like FORD F250 XLT '04 4dr O
.....*.5 so 466i10 Souhsier, BlXd. 565O00 FR-ECY L, R ASAE E
Sred. 20K miles. Brand 40 Diesel 5 Onl129K ml . 4-30980 998 0
newly 26K OBO Call new $17,990 998-0012 $30,980 998-0012
Trish. 904-673-9070 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $29,950 1-904-797-4443 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
O91 DODGE RAMDIO I
CHARGER 4X4, V85.9 NISSAN PATHFINDER anB
360 CU, dual exhaust. NISSAN E AT4 LieR
AT,AC,PB, 2 DR, SUV. SE ;04. Low miles, great
Merces-Benz $4995. Caull 904-757-7037 condition. $17,988 DODGE CARAVAN SXT
SCall 904-794-9990 Whi aloys, o
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9 RAM 1500 4X4 DODGE RAM SLT 07 4X FORD F250 LARIAT N04 $ O99mR WACE 899Y I
Edal 6Blackl weather, Tully 4dr. Only 2600 miles. Diesel, only 19K miles. R
loaded. 110K miles. $2 ,0i - 7i 7-s $29,95 1-0uty-44 eD DA
So Beautful mint coa nd. 5.2 $27ONBLE,0 -7-4 4LL $Blvd 0 10-7 7 9 0071
L, blue, No deal better 6. FORD EXPEDI- A R -
Spproved tCADLAE roof, DVD. $27,480 2 4dr, Ithr, 1500 mi. $29,988 FORD EiSO CARGO VAN
SCD, 0998-0012 Call 904-794-9990 '05. Power pkg, low mi.
0uthr, CovD Songl 3R0K LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $14,950 1-904-797-4443
1999 C230 miles. $29,995. 998-0012 FORD RANGER '03 EXT
SportSedan LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ( FORD EXPEDI- CAB 4X4, low mi, $12,950 , ('" HONDA
Stock2567a TIONl 03. Only 1-904-797-4443 ODYSSEY '05 EXL
0 895M E LNCRoC 2eCOGGIN.MI TRE S31D FORD LEXUSOF JACKS0VIL S lUpARUOFJACKSONVIE
k vadl 7 SILVERADO '04 998-00127 C GMC ENVOY XL vd 77-0 1 Leather, CD, sunrT
$ 5 SLT. Only 3H K mi, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Denali '05. Equip. $24,980. 998 -0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Fuy ep $ 0 Call 904-794-9990 S1ymphony Edition.
2002 C240 0 998-0012 GMC YUKON '05 Leather, alloys, 7 pass,
Stock#25618a Ford Expedition equipped. $22,980 SUZUKI GRAND WAC. Call 899-5853
org SFd7 $,940 NlDVyditi X 998-0012 BVITARA EX 0
Orig. MSRP $33,940Ltd '5. ,VD, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Only 1 0,000 miles - I
Value priced at SR $28,990 998-0012O I0yA1890362oles
$14,959 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE (l 6 INFINITI FX4S'03 $14,880 998-0012
"Tech pkg, Naye , CD, EXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
20031320 CHEVY 350005 Dually FORD LIGHTING 2001 - HONDA CIVIC OX Coupe
13,000 miles, extended sunrof, 20" wheels TOYOTA HIGHLANDER '94 - 5spd, blk/ grey int,
Sedan Diesel. Low miles. warranty, fiberglass $27,995 998-0012 '04. Blue, 4cyl, low mi. CD, AC. Runs strong
Stock#u12301 $26,950 1-904-797-4443 cover, $23,000. 298-2436 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $299/ma. WAC. 899-5853 $1900. 651-6106, 982-3179
Orig. MSRP $49,875
Value priced at 1 A T MIV DREORT
S 2003 ML350
Value priced at
2003 C240 J :lJ ;y';81,MZ111I
rig. MSRP $35,978 ACURA OF ORANGE PARK ARD FORD LAMBORGHINI - ORLANDO SATURN OF AVENUES
Value priced at 7200 Blading Blvd 7775600 St. Augustine 3536797 895 N Ronald Reagan Blvd. 0 hilips Hy 262745
2005 C230 SAT. TN OF ORANGE PARK
Sport Sedan AUDI JACKSONVILLE PAUL CLARKON i 105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071
Orig.MSRP $34,930 4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000 FORDMERCURY LAND ROVER JACKSONVILLE SATURN OF REGENCY
S Value priced at 1-95 N. Ext 129 (Yulee) 225- 3673 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200
$23,959 26Phlips . 3983 L
2004 S5K230 BABER FBRD-MERCURY - M'
Stock *u12219 GARBE OFORD-MEPRCU
Orig.MSRP $41,890 BENTLEY- ORLANDO Green Cove Spnngs 2644502
$24,959Value priced 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. MIKE SHAD FORD LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
24,9Longwood/Odando F 407-339-3443 10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000 10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455
200oo6 C2 At The Avenues 64.66 COIN_[___]____ _I__ _ I l
Stock#25102a I1 0P i wy 0 2 2
KBB retail value 10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
Value priced at TOM BUSH BMW MIKE DAVIDSON FORD NORTH FLORIDA lINCOLN MERCURY
$264,959 32 85 c Blvd 7T4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100 KEN CHANCEY SUZUKI
Sedan 6914 Bland3ng Blvd 7772500 96508Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060 GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY 128 Cassat Ave 389-7700
Stock# u 12081SFORid 7447 Blanding Blvd. 777 -3000 CITY SUZUKI
Orig.MSRPr$51,115 _ MIKE SHAD FORD 10585Atlantic Blvd. 998- 7111
$27,959 BARBER BUICK OF ORANGE PARKwwcautomot5i_ vecom
2003 E500 Green Cove Spnngs 264-4502 7700 Blanding Blvd. 7773673 LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE ,
OriV.au pMri$e1,31 KEY BUICK- www.lotusofjacksonville.com
Value priced at1K. MSJA[*a1,315 BUICK 11 0
$29,959 4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060 t116BECH BLVD. 98-99 0939ARLINGTONlTOYOTA
2003 CLK 320 '3' NIMNICHT PONTIAClGMC103Ata
Cabriolet 11503 Phillips Hwy. 8544826 COGGIN TOYOTA. AVENUES
Stock#25543a TOM BUSH MAMA .10564 Philips Hwy. 262-OM
Orig. MSRP $51,725 CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
Value priced at 4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111 i9850lAtlantic Bled7725911 KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
$29,959 NIMNICHT CADILLAC MAZDA CITY 6501 Youngernan Circle. 771-9100
Stock #2680a 79ndInI CDLL7ARBER-GMC0TRUCKS 6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600 LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
Orig. 3nSRP $55,124 Green Cove Spnngs 264-4502 2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
Value priced at PARKER CADILLAC 800-622-4588 or 9u4-797-8800
$37,959 283 San Marco StAug (904)824-91811 ;80 ERNIE-PALMEr9TOYOTA-
2006350 ei COGG HO ON Al c ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
Sedan --------8.-- BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. 1310 Cassat Ave. 3894561
Stock# u12307 11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800 10231 Atlantic Blvd, 724-1080
Orig. MSRP $50,8251
Value priced at COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES COGGIN HONDA
2005 CLK 320 OF ST. AUGUSTINE VW OF ORANGE PARK
CabriolKet CREST CHEVROLET 2898 U.S. Hwy. S 1-800-456-1689 TOM BUSH MINI 1481 Wells Road 269-2603
StocksR#u12315 8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880 DUVAL HONDA 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 O'STEEN VW
Value priced at A RCV-11401 Philips Hwy. 3225100
$59,959 CHRYSLER JEEP 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 GARBER PONTIAC 10384 Atantic Blvd. 998-0012
Stock #u12214 1736 CassatAve. 389-7792 Green ove prings 264-4502Tom Bush BMW
Orig. MSRP $94,710 RICKKEFFER NIMNICHT PONTIAC - GMC 9910 Atlantic Bld. 371-4381
Value priced at RICK KEFFER ATLANTIC JEEP 11503 Tom BushwAuto4le2
$64,959 1-95 Exit 129, Fem Bh. 2330 US 1 South 34-4421 1503hillipsHwy 854-4826 T BushAutoplex
2007 S550 1-800-228-7454
o2to0k0 u1 0 1O7b CARUSO JEEP . 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
Value priced at 1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 WARREN MOTORS, INC.
. .$75,959 ATLANTIC DODGE FRANK GRIFFIN 233 East State St. 356-8491
6 others to choose CARS INCM
2330 US1 South 354 4421 FN
We have over 80 JACK CARUSO 515es Orange Pa033 10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155
Mercedes-Benz REGENCY DODGE MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP SsV
pre-owned to 10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
choose from GARBER DODGE TRUCK ON CASSAT ROLLS ROYCE ORLANDO
Green Cove Springs 264-2416 1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
displayed on ORANGE PARK DODGE RICK KEFFER Longwood/Odando F 407-339-3443 JEEP DODGE
all vehicles 7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500 195 Exit 129, Fern Bch.1-800-228-7454 9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000
RICK KEFFER WORLD IMPORTS
1-95 Exit 129,FernBch. 1-800-228-7454 NIMNICHT AAB WORLD IMPORTS
WESTSIDE DODGE RAY CARTER KIA 7999 Blanding Bvd, Jawww.worldimportsusa.com
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561 6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078 904-778-7700 wwwnimnichl.com 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
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