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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2007
Sailors Enjoy Bi-Annual Event
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New CNO delivers
first message to fleet
__From the Chief of Naval Operations
Photos by MC2(SW) Daniel Gay
As tradition dictates, the youngest Sailor, MUSN Maxwell Garcia-Gonzalez of Navy Band
Southeast, second from left, and the oldest Sailor, HS-3 Command Master Chief CMDCM
Olan Peters, right, cut the cake at the NAS Jacksonville Navy Ball Oct. 13. They are joined by
NAS Jacksonville's Commanding Officer Capt Jack Scorby Jr., and Hafford Sharp,guest speaker
for the ball and a survivor of USS Indianapolis (CA 35). The ball was held in celebration of the
Navy's 232nd birthday.
NAS Jax celebrates
By MC2(SW) Daniel Gay
Fleet Public Affairs Center
S ailors, civilians, ,
members and their
families celebrated the
Navy's 232nd birthday
at the annual Navy
Birthday Ball aboard
Saturday in Hangar 116.
With an emotional
speaker, music from the
Navy Region Southeast
Band, a gourmet meal
and a replica of the Statue . .,. '.
of Liberty as you walked |L -.
into the dining area, it
was beyond a doubt an Navy Ball guest
evening to remember. Sharp speaks to
"As we all know, no his experiences a
event can take place Indianapolis (CA
without precise coordination and orga-
nization," exclaimed NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr.
"Everyone has done an absolutely superb
job in putting this event together."
Master of Ceremonies,
Command Master Chief
Green, started the eve-
ning off welcoming all
branches of the armed
forces. He then read a
message from Chief of
Naval Operations Adm.
Gary Roughead and
explained the importance
of "A small table by
S itself," the empty place
setting honoring those
Prisoners of War and
Missing in Action (POW/
MIA) who were not able
to attend the ceremony.
"They are commonly
speaker Hafford called POW's or MIA's
he crowd about but we call them broth-
a survivor of USS ers. They are unable to
5). be with us this evening
so we remember them," said Green.
After the parading of the colors by the NAS
Jax Honor Support Team and the invocation,
See NAVY BALL, Page 14
A dm. Gary Roughead offered his
first message to the fleet since
assuming duties as the 29th Chief
of Naval Operations Sept 29. The text of
his message is provided below:
The opportunity to continue to serve
and to lead our Navy is the highest honor
for any naval officer. Assuming the lead-
ership of our Navy from Adm. Mike
Mullen is a great privilege. His vision,
drive, and commitment to those who
serve have positioned us well today and
for tomorrow. I know all of you join me in
wishing him and Deborah every success
as he takes up his new responsibilities as
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
I am of the fleet. It is where I began
and where, for the past four years, in
the Atlantic and Pacific, I have had the
privilege of leading our operational forc-
es, Navy and joint. I have watched our
Sailors perform magnificently from the
high end of warfare to the most exten-
sive humanitarian operation ever under-
taken by our military. I am inspired by
our individual augmentees and others on
Sthe ground. They are a new dimension
of our Navy and one in which we can all
take pride. We are truly a ready, agile,
and global Navy.
My priorities have been and will
,remain, maintaining our current readi-
iiess, building a Navy for tomorrow, and
that which underpins all we do, our peo-
ple. Our Sailors, our civilians and our
.very special families, whose hallmarks
are sacrifice and self-reliance.
Maintaining our warfighting readiness
will ensure we are an agile, capable, and
ready force. We are continually gener-
ating forces for the current fight and
are deploying and employing our Navy
much differently than in years past.
We are simultaneously providing ready
naval forces and personnel for joint force
commanders, sustaining forward pres-
ence, fulfilling commitments to allies,
and responding to increasing demands
in regions where we have not routine-
ly operated, specifically South America
Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Gary Roughead
and Africa. Our global blue-water Navy,
centered around carrier strike groups,
expeditionary strike groups, and subma-
rines is unmatched, and will continue to
be our cornerstone. Our Fleet Response
Plan will increase our operational avail-
ability and allow us to operate with more
A Navy for tomorrow
The means and methods of conflict
and the security environment undergo
constant change. Technology and new
approaches are advancing rapidly. Our
ships, submarines, aircraft, weapons,
and networks must outpace potential
adversaries. The cost of future systems
and the ability of our overall acquisition
processes to pace the speed of technologi-
cal innovation will challenge our ability
to deliver a balanced force. Accordingly,
we must be exacting in developing
requirements, mindful of the factors that
increase cost, and disciplined in our pro-
cess to be effective, efficient, and timely
in delivering future capability.
Our people are the foundation for all
we do. All we acquire is of little worth
See NEW CNO, Page 14
New Youth Activities Center is open for business
By Kaylee LaRocque
The new NAS Jax Youth
Activities Center (YAC)
officially opened with a
ribbon cutting ceremony Monday
The new facility has been under
construction since last December
and is 13,000 square feet, more
than five times larger than the
old YAC. It was constructed by
I arry Pepper and Associates in
J .cksonville at a cost of about
"It's much bigger than our old
building which means we can
offer a lot more programs and
accept more kids. It also features
themed rooms so the kids can pick
what kind of activities they want
to do just by entering into a dif-
ferent room," said YAC Director
"There is one designated room
just for homework and a quiet
area that is always open so they
can go in and do their assign-
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
The ribbon is cut to officially open the NAS Jax Youth Activities Center
(YAC) Oct. 15. Back row, from left, Facilities Officer Cmdr. Chuck Lewis,
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr., Harry Pepper, presi-
dent of Harry Pepper and Associates and YAC Director Megan Elliot. Front
row, from left, Brianna Flournoy, Piper Tremain, Cameron Arthur, Cunisha
Fluitt, Alanah Croxton and Bashiri Brooks.
ments or they can participate in area or game room with a pool
numerous other activities." table, air hockey, jukebox, Dance
The new YAC features a main Revolution machine and foos-ball
table. Lining the game room are
six color-themed rooms with vari-
ous activities to keep the children
busy. The teal room or "drama
room" offers dress-up costumes,
a stage for performances, a home
area and large TV for video games
with bean bag chairs. Next door is
the orange room or "work zone"
which offers building blocks,
Legos, Play-Do and a doll house.
In the purple room or "comput-
er room," you will find numerous
brand new computer stations with
15 computers allowing the kids to
play video games and do research.
Across the way is the green room
or "science room" complete with a
bunny rabbit, guinea pig, hermit
crabs and plants.
There is also a weather station,
telescopes and an area for sci-
ence experiments. The blue room
or "art room" has numerous arts
supplies so those creative kids can
create their masterpieces. This
room is also where the special
clubs meet including the photo
club, writing club and Smart
Moves club which is part of the
Boys and Girls Club of America.
The last room is the yellow
room or "study hall" where the
kids have a quiet place to do their
homework or just relax.
There are also new offices for
staff members, a lounge and
kitchen area. And the facility is
completely monitored with video
cameras in each room. Outside is
a new playground. With all the
extra room, Elliot plans to open
the facility to more children dur-
ing next year's summer break.
"In the past we've only been
able to take 120 kids but with our
new facility being so much bigger,
we will up our staff and be able to
take about 200 next year. And, we
plan to offer a lot more activities
for the kids," added Elliot.
The center is hosting a grand
opening event tomorrow night
from 6-8 p.m. for families and
children so everyone can check
out the new facility. For more
information on the programs YAC
offers, call 778-9772.
T OT U HINU1 Fleet Diversity Council meeting planned officers, executive officers, command master chiefs and chiefs of boats are
*From the Equal Opportunity Office encouraged to attend the first session from 8-10 a.m. All other personnel are
TH IN Fu encouraged to attend the second session from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Chief of Naval Operation's sixth semi-annual Fleet Diversity Council The first session will focus on leadership involvement in diversity and solicit
will be held Oct. 23 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. This feedback from senior leaders. The second session will consist of general
B A S E council meeting will be conducted in two separate sessions. All commanding diversity training. For more information, call ITCM Gardner at 542-1610.
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Vitale Takes The Helm
2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 18, 2007
Looking back in time...
ON THE HOMEFRONT
Military wife afraid to say
Rush Limbaugh is
By Sarah Smiley
L ately, I feel like a child caught
in the middle of a bitter divorce
between my "dad" (we'll just call
Shim "Rush") and my "mom" (let's call
her "everyone else on the left").
As many of you may know, con-
servative radio talk show host Rush
Limibaugh is embroiled in a controver-
sy with basicallyfeveryone on the left
over, basically, whether or not he said
"phony soldier" or "phony soldiers"
when he referenced Jesse MacBeth,
recently sentenced to five, months in
prison for falsely claiming to be a vet-
eran when he took up the anti-war
MediaMatters.org, a group that
would like us to believe Limbaugh
smeared American service members,
explains the controversy like this:
"During the Sept. 26 broadcast of his
nationally syndicated radio show,
Limbaugh called service members
who advocate U.S. withdrawal from
Iraq 'phony soldiers'."
'-,In response, on Limbaugh's Oct. 1
,broadcast he said, "I want to apologize
- to all of the members of the United
' States military, both in uniform and
- out, active duty and retired, for Media
Matters for America. I';want to apolo-
giZe to you on behalf ot them since the
i' beginning of this program I have been
one of the most ardent, loyal, in-awe
supporters of any and all who wear
the uniform, including those who dis-
i agree with the mission."
As a military dependent for going
on 31 years (first as a Navy brat and
now as a Navy wife), I feel like a child
ping-ponging between two parents
disagreeing over who loves me more.
My own parents are still married, so
I can only imagine, but to put this
debate into the context of parents
fighting over a child, consider this
Mom to child: "Your father is a
liar. He doesn't love you. He only
thinks of himself and what's best for
Dad to child: "Your mother is
trying to make me look bad. She's
crazy! She doesn't even have the facts
straight. I'm the one who loves you.
Child: "Did anyone notice the 'A' I
made on my test last week?"
Mom and dad to child: "You took
a test last week?"
Along these same lines, when it
comes to The Right vs. The Left, with
military families in the middle, I often
find myself wrestling with conflicting
loyalties, just as a child's affections
might seem split between two par-
ents. In mixed company, I've some-
times censored myself for fear of the
"other 4de" (the other parent) taking
away t heir support.
As an example, I recently had din-
ner with a group of people whom I
suspected were liberals. When some-
how the subject of Limbaugh was
raised, I guiltily moved the conversa-
tion back to something a little less
prickly. I sensed my dinner compan-
ions' disapproval of Limbaugh. I saw
it on their faces, "Rush doesn't sup-
port the troops! He has you all fooled.
We are the ones who love you!"
Despite my innermost urgings, how-
ever, I stayed silent. I didn't want to
sacrifice one parent's feelings to sat-
isfy the other.
The next day, my husband, Dustin,
said, "I can't believe you didn't stick
up for Rush. You always stick up for
him." Then he added, almost as a
threat, "I wanted to stand up and say,
'Sarah thinks Rush is right... about
And just like a child of divorce, I
felt guilty for not defending my "par-
ent." But the other side/parent can be
mighty persuasive. And sometimes
they seem powerful, too. They hang
their love out there like a carrot on
a stick. Weekends spent with them
are more fun and exciting. They are
glamorous and indulgent, leaving the,
other parent no choice but to pick up
the seemingly less fun option of being
: Wait, we are still talking about poli-
Yet ironically, as the grown-up
wife of an active-duty service mem-
ber, I feel so much like a child caught
between two parents, the left and the
right. And, like a child, I feel an enor-
mous amount of guilt and fear when
I tell you today that I really do think,
in most instances, that Limbaugh is
right. But that doesn't mean that I
don't love you, too, mom. Or that I
don't appreciate all that you've.... oh,
never mind. You get the picture.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.
Clinical Counselor, Fleet and
Family Support Center
Family Life: Married with two
Past Duty Stations: NSB Kings Bay, Ga.
Career Plans: To continue working at the Fleet
and Family Support Center.
Most Interesting Experience: Living in
Korea and Germany.
Words of Wisdom: Follow your dreams.
Editor's Note: MoneyMan
is taking a break, so
MoneyChick is helping out
I've been in the Navy for
six months now. This is my
first real job and paycheck.
My mother told me in her
generation, women weren't
always taught much about
finances and she wishes
she had been taught more
rather than learning things
the hard way.
She paid for the mistakes
made in her 20's for a good
portion of her 30's. As a
young female, out on my
own, what do I need to
Money Chick Sez!
Really these tips are good
for anyone, male or female,
but they are based upon
the suggestions of Melissa
Kirsch, the author of "The
Girls Guide to Absolutely
1. Balance your check-
book or at least budget on
a computer spreadsheet
once a month. (Save your
2. Pay your bills on time,
every single month.
3. If you have a credit
card (s) pay more than the
minimum amount due.
4. Create a realistic bud-
get. (Visit Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society for free
5. Stick to this budget!
6. If you don't have a
credit card, apply for one
card. Buy one small item
each month and pay the
entire balance off. This will
help you build credit.
7. Open a retirement
account and put a small
chunk in it as often as you
can. Or you can set up an
automatic contribution into
your Thrift Savings Plan.
8. Be responsible and
respectful with your money.
You earned it, you have
the power to decide how
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it. Each financial decision
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which leads to a future that
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More questions? Call Hey
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NAS Jax Navy Exchange
to hold special events
From the Navy Exchange
T he NAS Jax Navy Exchange (NEX) is hosting G.
Porter Freeman for a special book signing event Oct.
31 inside the NEX from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Freeman
will be autographing his new book, "Finally Fit at 50."
Also on hand will be Nick Boswell, 2006 Body-for-Life
Large Group co-champion and 2006 Freeman Challenge
Large Group co-champion. Boswell is a police officer in
Nebraska and a personal trainer.
On the same day, the group Sideswipe from the show
"America's Got Talent" will perform in the NEX courtyard
at 11 a.m. and noon. Sideswipe is world renowned for its
martial arts performances combined with music and cho-
For more information, call 777-7200.
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
1Protestant 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.................................................. AO1 (AW) Ron McClain
Staff Writer.......................................MC2(AW/NAC) Kaitlyn Patterson
Design/Layout ............................................................ George Atchley
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Hometown: Kansas City
Family Life: Single
Past Duty Stations: UtSS Gettysburg
Career Plans: To earn my degree in computer
Most Interesting Experience: Partici-
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Words of Wisdom: Tomorrow always
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 18, 2007 3
Change of Command
(Above) Rear Adm. Mark Boensel (left) and
Rear Adm. Michael Vilale exchange salutes dur-
ing the Commander, Navy Region Southeast
Change of Command ceremony where Boensel
was relieved by Vitale. This ceremony is a time-
honored tradition which transfers total respon-
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Mendez to relieve Hiscock at VR-58
By Lt. Cmdr.
Cmdr. Fermin Mendez
will relieve Cmdr.
William Hiscock as
commanding officer of the
VR-58 "Sunseekers" dur-
ing a change of command
ceremony Saturday at
NAS Jacksonville. Capt.
Sean Phinney, deputy com-
modore, Fleet Logistics
Support Wing, will be the
Mendez is a graduate of
the Georgia Institute of
Technology in Atlanta, earn-
ing a Bachelor of Science
in Electrical Engineering
(BSEE) in 1990. He was
selected for pilot training
and completed Aviation
Officer Candidate School in
Pensacola later that year.
Cmdr. Fermin Mendez
He continued his flight
training in Milton, Fla. and
Corpus Christi, Texas, then
returned to Pensacola to
complete carrier qualifica-
tions before becoming des-
ignated a naval aviator Feb.
12, 1993. Upon completion
of E-2C/C-2 FRS training
at VAW-120 in Norfolk,
Va., Mendez reported to the
Cmdr. Bill Hiscock
"Rawhides" of VRC-40 for
duty flying the Grumman
C-2A Greyhound. Mendez
Pacific deployments on
board USS America (CV-66)
and USS John F. Kennedy
(CV-67) and quickly became
qualified as a carrier trans-
port aircraft commander
logging more than 1,700
hours in the C-2A. His
assignments included per-
sonnel officer, aircraft divi-
sion officer, quality assur-
ance officer, operations offi-
cer and NATOPS officer.
Following his tour at
VRC-40, Mendez was select-
ed for the Training and
Administration of Reserves
program and reported to
Commander, Fleet Logistics
Support Wing at NAS Joint
Reserve Base Fort Worth,
While serving as adminis-
tration officer for the Navy's
largest air wing, he oversaw
the administrative needs of
14 VR squadrons and became
qualified as a transport air-
craft commander in the C-9B/
In July 1999, Mendez
transferred to NAS Jacks-
onville to join VR-58 where
he served a's reserve pay
officer, assistant operations
officer and became fully
qualified as an internation-
al over water aircraft com-
mander completing a myriad
of detachments all over the
When VR-58 was selected
to transition for the C-40A
(B737), Mendez was hand-
picked to lead the transition
as the squadron's NATOPS
officer and senior NATOPS
instructor pilot, becom-
ing the first Sunseeker to
become fully qualified as a
C-40A international over
water aircraft commander.
Mendez then served as
VR-58's maintenance offi-
cer and operation's officer
leading to his screening for
command of VR-58. Mendez
is currently a Gulfstream
IV pilot with NetJets
Mendez has flown more
than 4,400 hours in Navy
aircraft and has more than
150 carrier landings.
During Hiscock's tenure
as VR-58 commanding offi-
cer, he led the Sunseekers
to numerous awards includ-
ing the 2006 Noel E Davis
"Battle "E" Award, the 2006
James M. Holcombe Award
for Maintenance Excellence,
the 2006 CNO Safety
"S" Award and the 2006
CFLSW Wing Retention
Hiscock's next assign-
ment will be as the Navy
emergency plans and liai-
son officer for the U.S.
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Volunteer speakers are need-
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officers to junior enlisted,
active duty and reserve, and from all
career fields and backgrounds. Public
speaking experience and/or train-
ing is great, but not a requirement.
Volunteers should be within weight
standards and present a professional
The Speakers Bureau program is
designed to tell the "Navy story" in
our community. Speaking engage-
ments vary, which is why it is good to
have a variety of volunteers. Here are
* Rotary Club: a squadron com-
manding officer or executive officer
to talk about the state of P-3 aviation
* School: For a career day, might
have two or three Sailors talk about
their job in the Navy. Talk about
experiences since leaving high school.
Why you joined the Navy, life on a
ship, what do each of your ribbons
mean, etc. .... Or, for a science/tech-
nology day, maybe have an IT/ST/CT
come out and talk. To a culinary class,
* Veterans group: Might want a
chief to talk about the challenges (and
rewards) of managing Sailors today..
Talk about our contributions in Iraq.
Maybe a doctor or corpsman who
served in Iraq.
* Scouts: leadership, what it means
to be a leader, why education is
Every effort is made to minimize
traveling and match speakers with
speaking engagements in the same
side of town (Mayport = Arlington/
Beaches, NAS Jax = Westside/Orange
Park, etc.) Driving directions and
a point of contact are provided in
Good community outreach supports
our ability to prepare for and con-
duct the Navy's mission. The right
message, properly presented at the
most opportune time and place is key
to public backing and support of our
Navy. We need to take the time to
communicate with those we serve, the
taxpayer and the voter, to let them
know what we do and how well we do
Formal speaking training is not a
requirement, but you should be com-
fortable speaking in front of groups
and present a professional uniformed,
military appearance. For more infor-
mation, contact Suzanne Speight at
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 18, 2007 5
HS-5 returns from successful detachment
By Lt. Nick Kesler
The "Nightdippers" of HS-5 recently returned
home from a detachment on board USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN-69), where they helped provide
continuous search and rescue support during a two-week
fleet and training command carrier qualification period.
HS-5 departed NAS Jax on Sept. 12 taking 75 Sailors
and four aircraft to Norfolk, Va. where they met the car-
After pulling out of Norfolk, USS Eisenhower and HS-5
got to work helping qualify nearly 25 pilots from VFA-106
at NAS Oceana, Va. After finishing the first batch of car-
rier qualifications, the ship headed south to position her-
self off the northern Florida coast to help facilitate initial
qualifications for the training commands. Student pilots
from Training Wing One and Training Wing Two based at
NAS Meridian, Miss. and NAS Kingsville, Texas respec-
tively, flew their T-45 Goshawks from Cecil Field to obtain'
their initial training carrier qualifications.
The Navy's Helicopter Test and Evaluation Squadron
21 (HX-21) also came on board from NAS Patuxent River,
Md. to certify new helicopter precision landing areas on
board the carrier during the detachment. The new landing
Photo courtesy of HS-5
Lt. Trevor Prouty, Lt. Dan Person, AW1 Brandon Fullmer
and AW3 Branden Rice take off for a night search and res-
cue flight in support of carrier qualifications on board USS
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
areas will help expand the interoperability and flexibility
of concurrent fixed-wing and helicopter operations aboard
all of the Navy's Nimitz-class aircraft carriers.
Having HX-21 on board created an excellent opportu-
nity for Nightdipper maintenance personnel, aircrew and
pilots to learn about the Navy's two newest helicopters,
the Sikorsky MH-60R and MH-60S. During an in depth
tour given by members of HX-21, the Nightdippers were
able to ask questions and more fully understand the capa-
bilities of what will soon become the main helicopter plat-
forms throughout the fleet. With HS-5 due to transition to
the MH-60S in 2010, the tour along with the question and
answer period proved to be invaluable as HS-5 personnel
gained insight into the future of the squadron.
HS-5 also took advantage of their time on board the ship
completing various levels of search and rescue, anti-sub-
marine warfare, anti-surface warfare and naval special
warfare support training. This training helped many of
the aircrew and pilots work closer towards their respective
qualifications as tactical system operators and helicop-
ter aircraft commanders. One of the pilots, Lt. j.g. Brady
Broich, gained his qualification as a helicopter second
The Nightdippers returned home Sept. 28 and will
embark on board USS Eisenhower once more in November
and December before starting their maintenance and
training post-deployment recovery period. This mainte-
nance and training phase will last until next summer
when the Nightdippers will start a new work-up cycle
aimed towards another successful deployment in 2009.
HS-5 returns from Bahamas after successful ASW training
By Lt. Nick Kesler
Seventy-five squadron members of HS-5 and three
of the squadron's SH-60F helicopters were recently
detached to the Navy's Atlantic Undersea Test and
Evaluation Center (AUTEC) range facility on Andros
Island in the Bahamas to continue their ongoing sustain-
ment training. The detachment allowed the squadron to
focus on anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training.
As part of the ASW training, the aviation ordnancemen
(AOs) practiced uploading MK-50 recoverable exercise
torpedoes while the aircrews flew training missions just
offshore, passively and actively prosecuting a simulated
submarine and practicing their weapons delivery tactics.
During the training, the HS-5 "Nightdippers" uploaded
and successfully launched 12 exercise torpedoes.
The training proved highly beneficial for the
Nightdippers' detachment. For some of the maintainers it
was a much-needed respite from the long hours of recent
inspections and operations. The AOs proved yet again that
they are some bf the best in the Navy.
For the aircrews it was a time to hone their ASW skills.
These skills, including dual aircraft localization, track and
coordinated attack, are crucial to successfully denying
enemy submarines the opportunity of posing a risk to our
carrier battle groups.
Due to their hard work and dedication throughout the
week, HS-5 successfully gained torpedo qualifications for
all of their aircrew. This is a yearly qualification that
it AUTEC again next summer during their Helicopter
Advanced Readiness Program training as part of work-ups
to their scheduled 2009 deployment.
Photo courtesy of HS-5
HS-5 crewmembers Lt. Cmdr. Roger Garate, Lt. j.g. Brady
Broich, AW2 Mike Reilly and AW3 Sam Willow successfully
release a recoverable exercise torpedo from their SH-60F
helicopter during a recent training mission off Andros Island,
helps the Nightdippers maintain their high level of ASW
"All of the Nightdippers detached with us this week
proved their mettle. I like to see that our people can take
advantage of the many opportunities AUTEC offers, not
only the great training, but also the rest and relaxation
that many of them have needed," said HS-5 Executive
Officer Cmdr. Wade McConvey.
The Nightdippers will have the opportunity to revis-
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From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jack-
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branch health clin-
ics (BHC) will soon transi-
tion to the new Precision
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use by diabetic patients.
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to see the date, time, day of
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Naval Hospital Jax
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Diabetes Health Fair where
staff members will issue the
new Precision Xtra monitors
and provide a short train-
ing session that will last
approximately 20 minutes.
An opportunity to complete
a number of important
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be provided. The health
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Children from the NAS jax Child Development Center get a chance to hug a fully dressed firefighter. The goal was to teach kids not to be afraid of the firefighters because they are there to
help them in case of an emergency.
Fire Prevention Week observed at NAS Jax
By MC2 (AW/NAC)
the word about fire
safety all over base during
this year's Fire Prevention
Week from Oct. 7-13.
The theme this year was
to "Practice Your Escape
Plan," encouraging fami-
lies to have two ways out
of every room, agree on a
meeting place and practice
the plan to be prepared in
case of an emergency.
"The key word in 'practice
your escape plan' is 'prac-
tice,"' Chief Fire Inspector
Charles McCoy emphasized.
"You have to have a plan
and you have to practice it.
In the event of a fire, you've
got to have a plan to get out
The week's .. Ats began
with an open house at
each fire station that ran
throughout the week and a
static display at the Navy
Exchange courtyard where
firefighters passed out
information on fire safety.
McCoy recommended to one
inquiring patron to have at
least two exits from every
room in case one is blocked
by fire, including upstairs
rooms. "If I slept upstairs,
I would have a fire ladder,"
McCoy said. The firefight-
ers also answered any ques-
tions that Navy Exchange
customers had about the
fire truck and Naval Fire
Safety House that were on
The Fire Safety House is
a trailer that simulates dif-
ferent storm and fire condi-
tions to teach people how
to escape a burning build-
ing. The storm warnings
come across the television
like a real weather report
would, then the trailer win-
dows start to move, and the
surround sound shakes the
building. There is a mock
911 phone that allows peo-
ple to actually dial 911 and
report the emergency. If
the smoke alarm goes off,
the occupants must crawl to
safety. The room fills with
a non-toxic "smoke" and if
the door is hot, they must
find another exit.
See FIRE, Page 7
NAS Jax Firefighter Shane McFadden shows a group of kids
.from the Youth Activities Center what a firefighter looks like
:when he shows up to a house for an emergency.
NAS Jax Firefighter Luke Jackson teaches a group of children at the NAS Jax Child Development Center about the hose con-
trol on the re truck. Firefighters went around bace last week to spread awareness during Fire Provenron Week
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 18, 2007 7
Kids from the NAS jax Youth Activities Center gather around
Pluggie, the talking fire hydrant, while learning about fire
safety. Pluggie squirts the children with water after asking
them what firefighters use to put out fires.
NAS jax Fire Inspector Robert Winchester teaches kids at the
Youth Activities Center about fire safety while Pluggie, the
talking fire hydrant, helps out.
Photo by Loren Barnes
Four-year-old Matthew Llave, despite the reassuring presence of his grand-
father, Alfredo Llave, isn't so sure about all the attention the fire crew is
showing him in the hospital's Pediatrics Clinic.
- ..... . ...
Photo by Loren Barnes
This just might be the coolest doctor's visit ever
for 3-year-old Morgan Purington and 6-year-
old Alexis Purington. The NAS Jacksonville Fire
Department's Pluggie was clearly a hit as he
spreads his fire safety message with fire Inspector
Fire Inspector Doug Thomas speaks to the employees of
Building 113 at NAS Jacksonville about the importance of
having fire drills like the one they just participated in.
Photos by MC2(AW/NAC) Kaitlyn Patterson
The Navy Fire Safety House simulates different storm and fire
conditions to help children learn how to escape a burning
building. Complete with fake smoke and hot doors, children
must crawl to safety.
Scott Henderson, 2, and his mother, Barbara learn about fire
safety from Pluggie, the talking fire hydrant, at the NAS Jax
Navy Exchange complex Oct. 9. The NAS Jax firefighters
handed out informative fliers and plastic hats in support of
Fire Prevention Week.
FIRE: Prevention week
focuses on awareness
From Page 6
"The best part was the smoke," said 4-
year-old Jhamal Doe, a student at the NAS
Jax Child Development Center (CDC). "It
was cool and we blew it away." The chil-
dren were allowed to go through the Fire
Safety House and walk around the fire
truck to learn about all the components.
"I learned about the hose and about the
other hose. There were two hoses!" said
Daemeon Antriar, 4.
The firefighters visited the CDC and the
Youth Activities Center to show kids what
a firefighter looks like when they show up
to their house for an emergency. At the
Youth Activities Center, Firefighter Shane
McFadden dressed in all of his firefight-
ing gear and spoke to the children so that
they know not to be afraid if they are in
the unfortunate situation when they may
need a firefighter's help. Lt. Frank Knott
walked McFadden through the process,
explaining each step to the children.
"We're not there to scare you or hurt you,
we're there to get you out first," Knott reas-
sured the kids. They were then allowed to
touch the fully suited McFadden to broad-
en their knowledge of firefighters.
Children at the Youth Center also got to
go into the Naval Fire Safety House and
learned how to escape a burning building
by crawling out of the smoke.
The firefighters also paid a visit to the
Naval Hospital Jax Pediatrics Clinic and
Children's Ward promoting fire safety
and held random, unannounced fire drills
around the base during Fire Prevention
"We don't do these drills to fill in the
block," Fire Inspector Doug Thomas
explained to a group of employees of
Hangar 113 after evacuating the building.
"It's a people thing. Put yourself in the
firefighters' shoes. If they show up and not
everyone is here, then they're going into
that building looking for you."
The fire department recommends that
once everybody gets outside the building,
muster in a designated area to make sure
that each person is accounted for.
"Everything went beautiful this week,"
added McCoy at the end of the week. "We'
had outstanding fire drills and everyone
appreciated it. We passed out all sorts of
literature and pencils and fire hats at the
Naval Hospital, Child Development Center
and the Youth Activities Center. It was a
Each year, thousands of lives are lost and
property is damaged due to fires. Learning
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For more information on fire safety, call
The Navy Fire Safety House simulates different storm and fire
conditions to help children learn how to escape a burning
building. Complete with fake smoke and hot doors, children
must crawl to safety.
8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 18, 2007
CSSN Daniel Schneider acts as a human bowling ball as his
teammates roll him around during one of the games of the Volunteers hand oul free T-shirls to all Barracks Bash parlici-
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Sailors enjoy another
By AOI(AW) Ron McClain
Some Sailors enjoying rolling around inside large plastic balls
during the Barracks Bash.
Hundreds of Sailors
fun in the sun at the
Barracks Bash Oct. 10.
NAS Jax Morale, Welfare
and Recreation (MWR)
Department and the
Liberty Program orga-
nized this event.
The bash featured free
food and T-shirts, give-
away bags and prizes. "The
purpose of the Barracks
Bash is to provide an
event that is alcohol-free
and targeted to the junior
enlisted Sailors who
reside in the barracks,"
said Liberty Coordinator
One of the events avail-
able was a giant inflat-
able boxing ring which
proved challenging. "This
is fun and I get the chance
to slug it out with my
friends," said CS3 Joshua
Birmingham, who took.
several trips into the ring.
"You don't realize how
tiring it is to swing these
heavy gloves until you are
in:there and you can't see
sideways in the protective
Another big hit was the
human bowling ball event.
It consisted of six huge
bowling pins inside a bal-
loon railed alley. Someone
would get into a caged
metal ball and was then
rolled down the alley to
knock down as many pins
"That has got to be the
wildest thing I have rid-
den in," said CSSN Daniel
Schneider. "It was fun to
roll around in the ball like
that." After he rode in the
ball it got the curiosity of
several other spectators
who eventually took a
The most popular of the
events would have had
to be the dunking tank.
As former Commander,
Navy Region Southeast
Rear Adm. Mark Boensel
entered the dunk tank,
the balls started to fly.
NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Jack Scorby
Jr., NAS Jax Executive
Officer Capt. Steve
Holmes and NAS Jax
.Command Master Chief
:CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Steve 'The Artist" volunteered
type pictures of the troops. ,
also took the plunge.
ATAA Golden Lancaster
was one of the first to put
someone into the tank. "I
love it! I got to dunk the
admiral," said Lancaster.
"This is so cool. I can dunk
them and not get into
trouble for it."
"I think this is a great
event and it gets the
troops out of their rooms
to enjoy some fun liberty.
I had a great time and I
think it was a great turn
out," said Scorby.
Another Sailors who
came out to take part of
the festivities was AWAN
Christine Adams who won
some prizes from Barracks
Bash sponsor Dave and
Buster's. " It is awesome
for the command to do this
for us," she said.
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Providing the music
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onstrate their talents and
give away some prizes.
The group entertained
the crowd with their dance
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The Lady Jam Dance Team of the Jacksonville Jam performs a number for the crowd at the event.
AT3 Jason Shimel, a volunteer for the Barracks Bash, hands I . - "A..
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P perhaps if we were to
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our friends and co-workers
" most likely we would con-
clude that there are some
commonalities in our theol-
ogy. However, for the most
, part we embrace diverse
theological view points. Yes,
we do have different world
. views on some issues. These
views are developed and
. learned based on the culture
f groups that we grew up in.
The diverse theological
constructs possibly allow us
" to see things in a different
" way regarding our religious
formation. Our faith always
' points us right in the direc-
tion of that which is just and
g righteous. It ought to convict
us and help us to think of the
t greater good. Moreover, our
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hopefully will encourage us
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CNIC Public Affairs Specialist
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(Lt.) Azariah Robinson
ways. That faith is birthed
in actions that change and
transform the human condi-
tion. I believe frankly in a
"do something theology."
Nobel Prize winner Bishop
Desmond Tutu said, "If you
are neutral in situations of
injustice, you have chosen
the side of the oppressor. If
an elephant has its foot on
the tail of a mouse and you
say that you are neutral, the
mouse will not appreciate
It's really easy and quite
comfortable to get caught up
in a theology that does not
require us to do much. It's
easy to become regimented
and show up at a place at
a regular time and place
to punch your ticket and
observe the sacred ritual.
It is easy to punch in and
punch out after an hour and
go home just as empty and as
when you arrived. However,
a do something theology is a
tradition that requires active
and constant participation.
This requires putting our-
selves at risk for criticism
This brings me to a most
excellent example of faith in
action. Many of you may not
have ever heard of Sophie
Scroll. This story provides
a compelling and candid
example of two individuals
in terrible predicament yet
they felt compelled to act
efficaciously. Sophie Scroll
and her brother were both
very committed Catholics
who distributed anti-Nazi
leaflets outside a universi-
ty classroom in Munich in
1943. After leaving a trail,
Sophie and her brother were
convicted of treason and sub-
sequently executed. It was
her faith that compelled her
to protest against an unjust
and brutal regime.
Take a few moments to
think about how awesome
it is when our faith convicts
us in a way that we are
not physically and spiritu-
ally immobilized by fear.
The fear is present and real
but our faith moves us to
do something. One writer
postulates regarding the
German Protestant churches
inactivity during World War
II, "unfortunately, because of
compatibility of the German
Christian ideology with the
Nazis gained support from
many Protestant churches."
However, eventually there
was protest and resistance
and an identifiable hero
emerged who represented the
core values of Christendom.
Dietrich Bonheoffer played a
vital role as a freedom fight-
er in the church's opposition
to the Nazi's tyranny. In
fact, this Christian martyr
was eventually arrested and
executed. The faithfulness
of this pastor is evident in
the commentary of a doctor
present at his death, "I have
hardly ever seen a man die
so submissive to the will of
Now during the civil rights
movement .many mainline
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leave information of the
employee as well as volun-
tary separation incentive
payment, severance pay
amounts, and projected
retirement dates. It also
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employee's last promotion
and when their next wage
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Certifications and Skills
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Personal Information dis-
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for themselves, local emer-
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the employees current
muster status. Currently,
only headquarters CNIC
employees are required to
muster daily within the
CNIC enterprise. Mustering
requirements vary through-
Two new features were
recently added to the site.
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a list of current online train-
ing opportunities available
through TWMS. Upon com-
pletion of the online train-
ing, employees may print a
certificate of completion.
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a list of government prop-
erty, such as computer-.
Blackberry's and cell phones
assigned to the employee.
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the employee's supervisor.
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said Castell. "Our military
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form resource locator (URL)
for NMCI and non-NMCI
users. Users should now
begin using the new URL,
Users logging on with the
old URL will automatical-
ly be redirected to the net
URL. The shortcut to the
self-service site is: https://
Castell advises current
TWMS users to update their
favorites and bookmarks.
Anyone finding inaccurate
information on their self-
service page should contact
their regional TWMS point
of contact. Users having
trouble accessing TWMS
should call the Help Desk,
"We need to know if you
encounter problems, it helps
us to make TWMS better for
everyone," said Castell.
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other devout in the South among Baptists
ise the path in the 1950s. Black Baptists,
inactivity who have developed a form
ocating and of liberation theology begin-
e streets for ning in slavery, saw God at
even church- work in the civil rights move-
ibers were ment. They interpreted it in
narginalized terms of exodus, emancipa-
est or par- tion, freedom and the fulfill-
non-violent ment of the American prom-
are a nation ise. The emphasis spurred
principle of black Baptists, lay and cler-
�ism. Thank gy, male, and female, to par-
in the faith ticipate.
ttlesworth, Southern Baptists on the
thel Baptist other hand, practiced a form
ingham, Ala. with little or no social ethic
3d two years and saw the civil rights
nark Brown movement as synonymous
ucation deci- with communism, believing
vorth, a very it would destroy individual
harismatic rights and result in inter-
ivine calling racial marriages. God, some
te and while insisted was the original seg-
'irst Baptist regator and to integrate was
aa, Ala. and against his will.
v deacons to I hope and pray that we
rch decisions are always mindful of our
icipation. He responsibilities as faith com-
gregants to munity to do something.
ion and par- None of us are as strong
own libera- as all of us. I hope that we
actice a "do understand that faith and
" or operate works really can make dif-
ig church" in ferences in the lives of the
ice. oppressed, marginalized and
nis, in the disenfranchised. May God's
1 Religions blessings and grace which
and Black are sufficient for all our
ivil Rights, needs rain down on each of
South that two you and your beloved fami-
ns developed lies. Peace!
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By Maj. Karen Fauber
Defense Commissary Agency
It is extremely impor-
tant for active-duty per-
sonnel to be physically
fit. A common question in
relation to this is, "I want-
ed to get into better shape,
so I began lifting weights,
running more and eating
healthier! Are there any
supplements I should take,
too?" The short and simple
answer is, no, you don't
need to take any supple-
ments. Weight training and
running alone will make
you stronger, increase your
metabolism, good choles-
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hormones, while improving
bone density, self-esteem,
and the heart and lung's
ability to bring oxygen to
muscles and get rid of car-
sports supplements are
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body composition? A healthy
diet, a well-designed
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that will be used for the
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and losing fat, it is just as
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or too intense for the body
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is to make small changes,
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consuming more low-fat
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Todd Vittum, chief instructor for the American Institute
for Public Safety, presents the Aggressive Driver Course
"RoadRageous" to a group of Sailors at NAS jax Oct. 10. The
class focuses on driving habits that could endanger people or
property by individuals who are angry, lack courtesy when
driving or who break the rules of the road. It teaches them
to understand aggressive driving, how to eliminate harmful,
negative' driving attitudes, analyze traffic situations, develop
and strengthen positive driving attitudes and realize the need
for a lifelong driver self-improvement. The course was offered
here through the NAS Jax Safety Office as a pilot class that
may eventually be incorporated Navy-wide.
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14 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 18, 2007
What are you so angry about?
Do you slam down the phone when
faced with endless computerized
voice prompts? Have you gotten
into a shouting match with a stranger over
a parking space at the mall? Ever put your
fist through the wall after an argument
with your spouse?
This is not anger management at its fin-
est. Although anger is a natural emotion,
it may be getting the best of you. Instead
of expressing your anger in a healthy and
assertive way, you may be expressing it in
a hostile, aggressive manner - a manner
that could lead to violence and a slew of
personal and professional consequences.
Here are some points to consider when
assessing whether you express your anger
in a healthy or unhealthy manner, and
how to get a better grasp of anger manage-
Understand your anger
Anger itself isn't bad. Expressed appro-
priately, anger can be healthy. It can help
protect you from dangerous situations,
energize you to resolve problems or lead to
sociocultural reforms, for instance.
Sure, everyday frustrations, impatience
and resentment can all cause your temper
to flare. For many people, these are fleet-
ing moments. They're able to take these
situations in stride and quickly return to a
sense of calm without exploding.
But if your blood boils after minor irrita-
tions, such as losing that coveted parking
space or if you're constantly seething, you
may need to improve your anger manage-
ment skills. Anger that's out of control
can be destructive, leading to problems in
your relationships, at work, in your gener-
al enjoyment of life and with your health.
You could even be arrested or face other
Determine your anger level
So, just how angry are you? The
list of words is a barometer of sorts.
Although they doesn't score your anger,
you can use them as a tool to raise your
self-awareness about your level of anger.
Use the list of words to describe your
behavior or thoughts over the past week.
Check the ones that apply to your anger.
List of Words
Angry, bitter, rebellious, spiteful,
deceived, annoyed, furious, resentful, bad-
tempered, ready to fight, yelling, frustrat-
If you have several check marks, your
anger level is on the high side. Try anger
management tips for several weeks to see
if you can keep your anger under control.
You may also want to consult an anger
management professional to help you learn
to handle anger in a healthier way and
to understand more about what's behind
your anger. Talk to your health care pro-
vider about resources, such as counseling
or anger management classes.
You can repeat this exercise over time to
see if your anger management skills are
Aim for constructive expressions of your
Anger management is not about stopping
you from expressing your anger entirely.
It's OK to feel angry. In fact, trying to sup-
press or deny your anger can lead to a host
of physical complaints, such as headaches,
depression, stress, and sleeping or eating
difficulties. It can also lead you to erupt
into violent behavior if your anger has
been simmering without an outlet.
The key, though, is to express your anger
in an assertive, controlled way. Managing
anger effectively can benefit you and those
around you. Your health may improve,
you'll feel better about yourself, and
strained relationships may heal. So get
your anger under control, before it controls
FFSC offers educational and support programs
T he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive mea-
sure for avoidance of personal and family
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
to service members and their families as
well as Department of Defense civilian per-
sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
The following workshops are available in
October and November:
Today, 9 a.m. - noon - Anger
Oct. 29 - Nov. 1, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Workshop (retiring)
Nov. 5-8, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Transition
Assistance Workshop (Separating)
Nov. 6, 9 a.m. - noon - Stress
Nov. 8, 1:30 - 4 p.m. - Smooth Move
Nov. 20, 12:30 - 3:30 p.m. - Money, Debt
and Credit Management Workshop
Nov. 26-29, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Workshop (Retiring)
Nov. 27, 9 a.m. - noon - Anger
For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, ext. 127.
New IA support group available from FFSC
From the Fleet and Family Support Center
An individual augmentee (IA) sup-
S port group is being initiated to help
. Families after loved ones deploy.
Families will have an opportunity to get
together with others who are in the same
They will be able to discuss various
issues, challenges and learn about ser-
vices and programs the Fleet and Family
Support Center has to offer. It is an oppor-
tunity to educate families on issues that
their spouses may be experiencing overseas
and help families prepare for the transition
that will occur when spouses return home.
Planned activities and free childcare
are provided. This is a combined effort
between FFSC and the Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Department.
The following support group meetings
are upcoming: '
Nov. 1 and 15 and Dec. 6 and 20.
Meetings are held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at
the FFSC (Building 554).
Families are encouraged to call 542-2766,
Ext. 127 for more information and to sign
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Photo by MC2(SW) Daniel Gay
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. thanks those who coordinated this year's
Navy Ball and introduces guest speaker Hafford Sharp, a survivor of USS Indianapolis (CA 35).
NAVY BALL: 'I could see the aft of
the ship coming out of the water and
I could see the screws still turning'
From Page 1
Green conducted the two-bell ceremony to
honor missing and fallen comrades.
After dinner, Scorby introduced guest
speaker Hafford Sharp, a World War II
survivor of USS Indianapolis (CA 35) which
was sunk July 31, 1945. Sharp was also a
veteran of the battle of Iwo Jima and the
battle of Okinawa where the Indianapolis
provided shore bombardment, air defense
and survived a kamikaze attack.
"I know that a lot of our young Sailors
are not familiar with the story of the dra-
matic sinking, so I have no doubt that
his account will be riveting for you," said
Scorby. "Mr. Sharp is a living testament to
our naval heritage."
Sharp spoke in detail about his experi-
ences on the night Indianapolis was sunk
and how he survived four days in the
. "When we were hit, there were no lights,
but having been on the ship so long I did
not need lights to get my clothes on and
move topside," said Sharp.
"As people walked past, I had to stop
them and ask what happened because
when we were hit, we barely felt it."
Sharp also explained about the last thing
he saw before he jumped overboard. "I
don't know why I did, but before I jumped
I looked over my shoulder and I could see
the aft of the ship coming out of the water
and I could see the screws still turning," he
Sharp's dramatic words summarized the
way many Sailors past and present have
felt about the Navy and ended his speech
to a standing ovation.
"When I went in the water that first
night, I wasn't worried because I knew
the ocean was big, but so is our Navy,"
Following Sharp's remarks, was the tra-
ditional cake-cutting ceremony with old-
est Sailor HS-3 Command Master Chief
CMDCM Olan Peters and the youngest
Sailor present, MUSN Maxwell Garcia-
Gonzalez of Navy Band Southeast. They
were joined by Scorby and Sharp. Peters
and Garcia-Gonzalez have over a 40-year
difference of age between them.
The evening was concluded with a vari-
ety of songs provided by the Navy Region
NEW CNO: More opportunity than challenge
From Page 1
without the people who give it value. Our
policies and practices must enable us to
attract, recruit, retain and fulfill the men
and women of America, and our Navy must
reflect the diversity of our nation.
The demographics, attitudes, and expec-
tations of our population are changing
and we must understand that dynamic.
Our policies must help us and address the
many rewards of service, and we must be
unwavering in our obligation to take care
of those who serve in our Navy and the
families who support them. This is par-
ticularly important today for those serving
in individual augmentation assignments.
Those are my priorities, but there is
another dimension to our future. We have
a unique historical, organizational, and
operational relationship with the U.S.
Our forces train, deploy, and fight togeth-
er. Our capabilities, programs and person-
nel issues are inextricably linked. I am
committed to the Navy and Marine Corps
partnership and to making it even stronger
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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.
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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.
Ultimate Fighting Championship Hostile Territory
Pay Per View Event Silvia vs. Franklin
Saturday, 10 p.m. - 1 a.m.
$15 per person - includes pizza buffet and beverages
Tickets on sale at the Budweiser Brewhouse in The Zone.
The Comics on Duty World Tour
Presenting Steve Bills, Steve Mazan, Kira Soltanovich
and Derek Richards
Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. and showtime is 8 p.m.
$10 per person - includes dinner and the show.
Tickets on sale at the Budweiser Brewhouse in The Zone.
For more information on aquatics, call 542-2930.
Annual Monster Dash 5K Run
Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11 a.m. - noon
For more information about ITT trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.
2008 Entertainment Books
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Jacksonville Jaguars tickets on sale now!
Ticket prices $40 - $56.50 (Limit four tickets per game per
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Daytona 500 tickets on sale now!
Super Stretch (rows 1-20) $90
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Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios
Tickets are now available!
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Saturday - $58, park hours 6:30 p.m. - 2 a.m.
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 single
or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the Liberty
Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Comedy Zone Trip
Free admission and appetizers!
Mall & Movie Trip
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater
Jaguars vs. Colts Game
$5 per person, includes admission and transportation
St. Augustine Ghost Tour
$5 per person, includes ticket and transportation
Fall Out Boy Concert
$25 per person, includes ticket and transportation
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Commissary gets ringing endorsement
By Kevin Robinson
Defense Commissary Agency
Patrons continue to be satisfied with
the delivery of the benefit, according
to opinions expressed in the 2007
Commissary Customer Service Survey
(CCSS). They rated the commissary at 4.60
(on a scale of 1 to 5) - the second-highest
score in the agency's history.
"The commissary benefit belongs to our
patrons, so we take their opinions very
seriously," said Patrick Nixon, director
and chief executive officer of the Defense
Commissary Agency (DeCA).
"This is more than an indication of where
we are. We also use these results to help
determine improvements and changes such
as the design of future stores and the prod-
ucts we put on the shelves."
DeCA conducted the annual survey over
10 days beginning June 26 at its commis-
saries worldwide. Surveyed customers
answered a series of 14 questions designed
to measure all facets of their commissary
The questions targeted the following
areas: savings and prices; store hours,
d4cor and appearance; product quality,
selection and availability; checkout proce-
dures; and employee customer service.
The resulting 21,609 responses were
measured on a five-point rating scale,
ranging from one, "very poor," to five, "very
good." The overall CCSS score is an aver-
age of the 14 item scores:
CCSS Item Scores
2005 2006 2007
1. Low prices/overall savings
4.58 4.61 4.60
2. Well stocked, full shelves
4.38 4.48 4.49
3. Convenient hours
4.59 4.63 4.64
4. Entrance/sales area/restrooms cleanliness
4.58 4.64 4.61
5. Produce quality/selection
. 4.47 4.52 4.52
6. Meat quality/selection
4.56 4.62 4.63
7. Dell quality/selection
4.51 4.59 4.58
8. Bakery quality/selection
4.45 4.52 4.53
9. Other food items (dry goods, frozen foods &
dairy) selection 4.55 4.61 4.61
10. Store layout and time required to shop
4.55 4.61 4.61
11. Checkout waiting time
4.56 4.58 4.57
12. Attractive displays/store decor
4.54 4.58 4.58
13. Courteous, friendly and helpful employees
4.75 4.77 4.76
14. Overall satisfaction (How did we do?)
4.68 4.72 4.72
4.55 4.61 4.60
The top three items receiving the high-
est ratings were "Courteous, friendly and
helpful employees" at 4.76, "Overall sat-
isfaction (How did we do?)" at 4.72, and
"Convenient hours" at 4.64. "Well-stocked,
full shelves" at 4.49, continued its rise, up
one point from last year and 11 points from
DeCA officials evaluate the results and
look at areas for improvement, said Barry
White, an operations research analyst at
DeCA headquarters. At the same time,
the commissary agency sees the continued
high marks as patrons' validation of the
"We predicted that at some point the
scores would tend to level off, and we may
be at that point now," White said.
"This year's score follows a relatively
large increase from the 2005 score of 4.55.
The 2007 score of 4.60 is within the "A"
DeCA has used a survey to rate its cus-
tomer service since its formation in 1991.
Before 2000, the survey was called the
Customer Service and Evaluation System,
an Air Force system based on a zero to 100
rating scale. Since 2000, the agency has
used the CCSS because it is custom-made
for evaluating commissary operations.
Ultimately, DeCA considers the survey a
tool for identifying opportunities to deliver
a better commissary benefit, Nixon said.
"The survey results give us a means to
identify potential improvements and to
monitor our customers' perceptions," the
"You cannot operate in a vacuum and be
successful. This process allows us to stay
in tune with our patrons and continue to
do what's best for them."
PRT and bathroom-
By Beth Wiruth
Each March and September some-
thing happens in my home, specifi-
cally in the bathroom. My bathroom
scales are frequented by my husband, often
several times per day. I know my home is
not the only one experiencing this phenom-
enon. It begins about the time the notice is
issued that physical readiness test (PRT) is
Does this happen in your home? Do you
have a Sailor who, facing the PRT weigh-
in, performs what resembles step aerobics
with your bathroom scales? Are they skip-
ping meals, passing up on dessert?
Maintaining physical readiness is the
responsibility of every member of the
armed forces. The Marines and Army start
each day with command physical train-
ing (PT); many Air Force commands do as
well. The Navy has renewed their commit-
ment to physical readiness standards. This
means that physical readiness must be
maintained by the individual Sailor. It is
their responsibility. Many Navy commands
are now incorporating command PT as part
of their workday. Personally I would like to
see that required of every command.
Why is this topic in a military spouse
column? Because we have a role to play in
the physical readiness of our sailors and
we need to know the consequences of fail-
ing to meet PRT standards. Your Sailor's
advancement is impacted by their physical
readiness. Failed PRTs will hamper their
advancement opportunities. But more than
that, if your Sailor fails three PRTs in four
years they will be administratively sepa-
rated (discharged) from the Navy.
Who does the cooking in your home?
How nutrition savvy are you? Do you know
proper portion sizes? Are you inadvertently
sabotaging your service member's physical
readiness? In most homes the spouse does
the cooking and we have a very real role to
play in supporting our Sailor.
Both my husband and I have family his-
tories of obesity. How we cook our meals,
what we cook, portion sizes and snacks
can undermine our efforts to maintain a
healthy weight. I can be my Sailor's num-
ber one hurdle.
In our 'super-size-it' culture the American
Dietetic Association observes that the aver-
age American does not recognize proper
portion sizes. For instance, one serving
of spaghetti should be one cup of cooked
.noodles with a half cup of sauce. That size
looks mighty small on our plate. Did you
know the proper portion of a hamburger
is the size of a peanut butter jar lid? How
about fruits and vegetables? Do you have
a bowl of fresh fruits at the ready for you
and your family? Are your snacks empty,
high carb calories or healthy vegetables?
Registered Dietician Carol Dilliott offers
these quick tips for long lasting weight
1. Eliminate sodas and high sugar drinks
from your diet. They are empty calories
and chemicals. Annual weight loss: 20
2. Increasing your intake of fresh veg-
etables by a half cup per day will result
in an average 15-pound weight loss in six
3. Increasing your intake of fresh fruits
by one portion per day will result in a 10-
pound weight loss in one year.
4. Do not put food on the table in serving
dishes. Rather, fill plates at the stove with
proper portions. Eliminate all seconds.
5. Learn proper portion sizes - check
cise/guide/creative-portion-control for cre-
ative ways to recognize the correct portion
6. Increase exercise. The TV is the num-
ber one hindrance to a healthy lifestyle.
Turn off the TV and take a walk together
as a family each evening, go on a bike ride
to incorporate 10-15 minutes of exercise in
the evening and see your weight stabilize.
Check out the Commissary's new "Ask
the Dietician" at their Web site (www.com-
missaries.com) for more ideas and informa-
tion on nutrition and weight loss.
By taking a few steps toward healthy
cooking and portion control our service
members can maintain their proper weight
throughout the year and give up bathroom-
Do you have a question or comment for
Beth? Please contact her at beth.wiruth@
homefrontinfocus.com or check out her
Internet talk show at www.blogtalkradio.
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The Navy Wives Clubs of America Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings
are held in Building 13 (at the NAS Jax Main Gate)
at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and
Thursday and the first Saturday of the month from
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For more information, call 542-1582
or Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange Park.
The chapter also has service officers available
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 p.m. to
help with claims. To make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945. The chapter also
offers bingo every Saturday at 10 a.m. The public
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active
and Retired Federal Employees invites all active
and retired employees to their regular monthly
meeting the second Tuesday of each month
at 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library. For more
information, call 276-9415.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet Reserve Unit 126
meets the second Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Fleet Reserve Building, 7673 Blanding
Boulevard. For more information, call 771-6850.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the
first Wednesday of every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry Cove
Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email email@example.com.
Dollhouse and miniatures enthusiasts hold
monthly meetings the first Tuesday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Hart Haven Baptist Church, 47 Jim
Wright Road. Club members share know-how and
help each other with room-boxes, dollhouses and
other miniature projects. Call Grace Tobey for more
information at 783-0354.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside holds
their monthly meeting the second Thursday of
each month at 10 a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard across
from the Orange Park Mall. Moms and children are
welcome at all activities. For information contact
Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go to momsclubopw@
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's
meeting is held the third Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association, Inc.
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue room.
For more information, call Janneice Moore at 563-
The local chapter of the Military Officers
Association of America meets for a dinner
program the third Wednesday of each month at
6 p.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. All active,
retired and reserve officers of all services are
encouraged to attend. For reservations or more
information, call 772-0237.
From the TRICARE Management Activity
Deployable and TRICARE Remote
service members should consider
setting up family member accounts
enabling their family to access medical,
pay and human resource Web sites in
The family member account is a secure
credential issued to sponsors and their
family members that allows them to log
on to other Department of Defense Web
sites even if they don't have a common
access card (CAC) or Defense Finance and
Accounting Service (DFAS) pin, also known
"The family member account is especial-
ly useful to National Guard and Reserve
members who mobilize quickly," said Army
Maj. Gen. Elder Granger, deputy director,
TRICARE Management Activity. "It lets the
family handle business from home, taking
Local regional park offers
T he following free classes are offered
at the Tillie K. Fowler Regional
Park Nature Center, 7000 Roosevelt
Boulevard, located across from the NAS
Jax Main Gate this month.
To sign up for classes, call 630-CITY.
Nature Crafts: Painting with Leaves
Map and Compass Instruction
Oct. 27, 10 a.m.-noon
Participants will learn how to find vari-
ous compass directions, set up a course of
travel on a map, find compass bearings
on a map, and maintain a correct compass
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Active and Retired Federal Employees
Association extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired federal employees
to our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday
of each, month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will hold
their monthly meeting Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the
Webb-Wesconnett Branch Library, 6887 103rd
St., Jacksonville. For more information, call Mary
Chauncey at 781-9300.
The Fleming Island Relay for Life Team Kick
Off Party will be held Oct. 23 from 6-8 p.m. Enjoy
music; food and fun. The Relay for Life is held
each year in April to benefit the American Cancer
Society. For more information, call Wendy Hamlin
The 2007 Women's Conference will be held Oct.
26 at 7 p.m. and Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. at the Exodus
Bible Church at 2360 Kings Road, Jacksonville.
The event is free. For more information, call Deridre
Odom at 579-3663.
The Fallen Veterans Memorial Ride will be held
Nov. 10 at noon at the Adamec Harley-Davidson/
Buell business on Baymeadows Road, Jacksonville.
For more information, call 272-9489.
Cecil Pines Adult Living Community, located on
Cecil Commerce Center, is hosting its fifth annual
Antique Car Show and Open House Nov. 10 from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hot dogs, popcorn, sno-cones,
entertainment and a fun house for the kids will be
available. All donations will benefit the Alzheimer's
Association of Northeast Florida. For additional
information, call Christine at 771-8839.
The fifth annual Veteran's Ball "A Salute to
All Veterans" will be held Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. at
the University Center, University of North Florida,
12000 Alumni Drive, Jacksonville. Retired Maj.
Gen. Antonio Taguba will be the guest speaker. For
more information, call Luz Mojica at 571-8760 or
Emma Bolante at 264-5810.
The St. Augustine Fall Art and Craft Festival
will be held Nov. 24-25 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Francis Field (at U.S. 1 and West Castillo Drive).
The festival is free. For more information, call (904)
A USS Intrepid Reunion will be held Jan. 16-20 in
Venice, Fla. For more information, call Jules Nagy
at 759-8126. )
The USS William V. Pratt Association holds
annual reunions. All former crewmembers and
family are invited. Go to usswilliamvpratt.com or
contact Rodger Hall at (309) 289-8750 or email
stress off the sponsor during deployment."
To get a family member account, the
active duty sponsor can log on to https://
sso.dmdc.osd.mil/famAcctMgr using his or
her CAC or DFAS pin. Eligibility for an
account is based on the family's benefit sta-
tus in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility
Reporting System. Dependent children
older than 18 can get their own account.
The sponsor selects which family members
are eligible and then creates a separate
account and a temporary password for each
of them. Once the account is established,
the sponsor gives family members their
numbers and temporary passwords.
Family member account numbers and
passwords will be accepted on TRICARE's
new Beneficiary Web Enrollment system
launching later this Fall. The new system
will allow Prime and Prime Remote ben-
eficiaries to easily enroll and manage their
health care online.
free nature-related classes
course. Teams of two people will put these
new skills to use by finding eight compass
points in the park woods. Each participant
should bring a flat plastic/acrylic standard
compass, mosquito repellant, and wear
clothing suitable for walking in the woods.
Registration required by e-mailing John
Trow at Johntrow3@Juno.com.
Oct. 30, 9:30 a.m.-noon
Learn to create a seasonal basket using
natural materials, for ages 10 years and
older. Registration required. Please call
630-CITY to register and get supplies list.
Holiday card contest coming up
The annual "Beat the Holidaze with MWR" program
begins soon. All commands, squadrons and depart-
ments are encouraged to participate to win money
for their Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) funds.
To participate, design a holiday card utilizing plywood
provided by MWR. Each contestant is responsible for deco-
rating and supplies for the cards. One card from each com-
mand 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.
River City Umpires
Association is looking
for baseball and softball
A free clinic is being
offered for men and
women who are inter-
ested in officiating Oct.
27 at 1 p.m. at Orange
Park High School.
For more informa-
tion, call Terry Padgett
at 879-6442 or Aaron
Knowles at 962-7184.
Greybeard Basketball League forming
The Greybeard Basketball League is open to all
NAS Jax active duty, selective reservists, and
Department of Defense personnel age 30 and up.
The season begins in November. All interested
personnel should contact the base gym to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
Basketball League forming
The Captain's Cup Basketball League is open to
all NAS Jax active duty, selective reservists and
Department of Defense personnel. The season
is begins in November. All interested personnel
should contact the base gym to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Tennis tourney planned
Amen and women'sopen singles tennistournament
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
Sports officials and
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intramural Fall Volleyball Standings
As of Oct. 12
Team Wins Losses
Over the Hill 6 1
FRCSE 5 2
Young Guns 4 3
NCWRON26 2 4
Naval Hospital 1 5
Intramural Fall Softball Standings
As of Oct. 12
am Wins Losses
FRC-DOD 3 0
VP-16 3 0
HS-5 3 1
VP-30 3 1
Air Ops 2 1
VP-5 2 1
HS-3 1 1
HS-15 1 1
VR-58 3 2
Naval Hospital 1 2
SERCC 1 2
Lab Rats 2 3
VS-31 1 3
Weapons 1 4
NAVFAC 0 3
Greybeard Fall Softball Standings
As of Oct. 12
am Wi n Losses
Air Ops 2 0
CSCWL 2 0
CNATTU 2 0
VP-30 2 1
CNRSE 0 2
FRCSE 0 3
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LAKE ASBURY Newer
home 3/2, 1940sf, 2cg, kit
eqpt, fenced, $1200m+
Lakewood Must See Quiet
Area. Move in ready 2br/
lba, 1188sf, walking dis-
tance to shopping & res-
taurants. FR w/fpl, car-
port $875mo. 904-716-3446
MACCLENNY - 3/2
Rancher, 2000 sf, 2-car
garage, washer, dryer
Included. $1300. Call
MANDARIN Lake Front
3/2, 1850 sq-ft, 2 car garg,
large Screen Porch,
Lawn maintence incId
MAYPORT - Kendall
Town 2/2.5 Condo w/free
Cable & Internet! $995 -
No Pets. Cobl 904-249-7676
press 2. Realty Execu-
tives, Ponte Vedra
2BR/2 1/2BA Town
Home, patio, frplc.,
gar., cable incid., on the
golf course. $950/mo.
Hwy 220- 3/2, gar.,
clean, nice neigh-
borhood, close to
doycare, fncd bk.
$945 mo. Call 904-806-1188
NORTHEAST 3/1 $750.
Northside 2/1 DUPLEX
$550. Northside 3/1 $750.
NORTH SIDE- 3/2, cen-
tral heat and air, dish-
washer, fncd backyard,
detached 2 car gar w/
fpl, pool, dock, 2365sf,
2457 Cypress Springs
Rd. $1800 + $1000 sec
4 ORANGE PARK
3BR/2BA, car port,
corner lot, fncd yrd.
340 Aurora Blvd.
ORANGE PARK 3/2, fen
bk yd, No pets. Call
ORANGE PARK town-
house for rent. 1.5 bath-
included. 7 miles from
NAS Jax. 904-386-0207
ORANGE PARK 3/1 quiet
& clean, fenced bock
yard. 125 Lester, $790mo
+ dep. 904-269-5585
ORANGE PARK 3/1 quiet
& clean, fenced back
yard. 125 Lester, $790mo
+ dep. 904-269-5585
/ completely renov.,
tile, open fir plan,
Irg scrnd patio, fncd
rear $985.00 904-806-1188
Orange Park - Plantation
Village Townhouse 3/2.5,
1 car garage, 1643sf,
great location. $1000/mo.
+dep. Call 786-302-7265
Eagle Harbor new 4/4,
3100 sq ft. $2400/mo; 4/3,
2500sq. ft. $1500/mo
Avail 408-605-2517 Bob
ORANGE PARK 3br/2ba
ceramic tile & carpet,
new kitchen, clean, no
pets, 488 Alfey Rd off of
Gano Rd. $975mo +
$1000 dep. 904-472-7140
ORTEGA 4/3 $1050
ch&a, w&d hu, Workshop
FP/Florida room, Fenced
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
Owner financing- No qual,
The Valley, 3/2, pool
/tennis. 1600sf, immed
occ. $199,900. 221-9855
PONTE VEDRA- Ocean
Grand 3/3 condo 2500sf,
St Johns riverview Avail
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
4/4, 2550sf pool, beach
access, realtor owned,
WESTSIDE 3 or 4 br
house, CH/A, W/D hkup,
fen'd yrd, fridge, stove
HUD OK 904-384-0620
WESTSIDE NEAR OP
3/1, BONUS ROOM, WD HKP,
LARGE 2+ CAR GARAGE.
$850/MO. REF REQ. 8060-7219
pool, playground, water-
front , basic cable incld
$900+ dep 904-631-2351
single family pets ok,
$950 + deposit available
2/2 duplex off
S Collins Rood
Garage, w&d hookup, all
amenities. No pets. C ll
brick, ch&a $750mo
Cunningham Rltr 387-0475
THE RAVINES for rent 2
BR/2.5 BA townhome,
gated, garage, on golf
course. Cable and lawn
maint. included. $950/mo
Call Leah 504-4281
-Jax, clean 2br or 3br, CH&A
no pets. lblk schl, unfurn.
Dw mobile home.
7 miles from Jax base.
Very clean must see $800
Run your ad
more than one day.
There are different people
in the market for goods,
and jobs every day.
Don't miss a hot prospect!
Place your ad today.
WESTSIDE 2/2 14x70 in
quiet community Must
qualify. $675/mo +$500
dp Call Julie 904-891-9162
MOVE IN SPECIAL. $50 off
2 & 3br's $425 - $550
+ dep. 904-771-3811
LEASE TO OWN 2&3Br
M/H. E-Z Qualifing, low
down pmt. - 695-2255
ARGYLE FOREST 4/2,
$400+ util's NS no pets
sgle M/F w/d 804-347-5669
Share 4 bdrm
shared. Call 334-7995.
WESTSIDE 2 African
American men looking
for roommate for nice
quiet home. $450/mo.
Call for details. 588-8536
ARLINGTON LOW WKLY
ONE BED 7 DAY STAY
$139 ECONO SINGLE
$159 FULL SIZE ECONO
$175 FULL SIZE R & M�
REGENCY INN 725-5093
41 furn'd room $450.00
month clean brick
home. 10 min. from NAS
JAX Please call Ron
Near NAS Jax
Base. $400.00 mo.
unfurnished, very nice
home. Call 904-779-4660
w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Ddily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725.3343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211
Businesses for Sale
Office Space For Sale
Office Space For Rent
Retail For Sale
Retail For Rent
St. Jolns Commercial/
Industrial For Sale
St. Johns Commercial/
Industrial For Rent
St. Johns Businesses for Sale
St Johns Office Space For Sale
St. Johns Office Space For
St. Johns Retail For Sale
St. Johns Retail For Rent
Warehouses - 3300sf,
8700sf, 11,350sf and
27,000sf. Dock & Grade.
$2/sf & $3/sf. nnn
2710 W. Beaver Street
Easton, Sanderson & Co.
OP BLENDING FRONT-
AGE - Professional
office space for lease.
1200 square feet.
Money to Lend/Borrow
$10 to start.
Up to 50% earn,.-.?
Mandy 904-241C - 'I
CR210 400oosF. ,,ke, I EDUCATION
ofc bonus rm $2995/mo
or RENT TO OWN AND
904-687-0496 TP A TTRANT
RENTAL HOMES Private Instruction
"BEACHES * ICW Schools
ARL'SOUTHSIDE Specialty Training
CN. JAX & O.P.*
FROM CONDO'S TO
SOME BRAND NEW
CALL FOR INFO
HOME FINDER REALTY
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- 877-629-4663 Toll Free 1 Week Day ClassNov 5
Or Visit, si habla espanol 8 Week Eve Class Oct 15
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We offer training for:
* A.S. in Respiratory Therapy-NEW! * Dental Assistant
* Patient Care Technician * Surgical Technologist
* Practical Nursing * Medical Assistant
* Insurance Coding & Billing Specialist
Now Enrolling-Call Today!
* Job Fairs
* Automotive Sales/
* Civil Service/
* Computer Hardware/
* Customer Service
* Domestic Services/
* Delivery Driver
manufacturer is looking
for part-time delivery
drivers, 2 positions
available. We offer flex-
Ible hours in a relaxed
atmosphere. This lob is
perfect for an indi-
vidual that needs
employment 2-4 days
per week. Could turn
Into full-time if inter-
ested. Starts at $So/per
hour. Call Mark
904-725-2242 Ext. 221
Brink's Inc. is the pre-
mier provider of armored
car transportation. The
customer- focused indi-
vidual w rehire will have
exceptional ethics, Integ-
rity and will be self-
motivated. The com-
pany also has a full ben-
efits package including:
* Full Medical/Dental Pkg
*Quarterly Profit Sharing
* Paid Vacation
*Time & half for 40+ hrs
Qualified candidates will
* Successful Polygraph
*Drug test/DOT physical
Please apply in person
between 9am - 4pm at 33
West 2nd St. For direc-
tions or more informa-
tion please call
(904)353-4331. Brink's is
an equal opportunity
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3200 Emerson St.
St. Marys Convalescent
Center has the following
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Health System at
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for more information.
You may also send your
resume to email@example.com
* Industrial Trades
* Law Enforcement/
* Medical/Health Care
AVON $10.00 Kit To Start
Own Business 505-4127
(Ind. Sales Rep.)
Xtra $$$ for the Holidays
* Nurses/Nurses Aides
* Real Estate/Property
* Restaurant/Bau Club
* Science/Res:~.c h
* Social Servkce
* Warehouse/r,% eni :.r,
* Work at Hoime
* Positions Wanted
Passion 641-5033 .........
HIRING BONUS Bartenders, Doorstaff
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110 Call 399-1110
Clary & Associates, Inc.
Professional Surveyors &
Mappers - since 1983
3830 Crown Point Road,
Jacksonville FL 32257
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Integrity and professionalism remain steadfast.
i, ,-' Clary & Assi ites. Inc.
Naval Systems Inc. and AA1 Services Corporation,
nical support services for Government customers
worldwide, have teamed In pursuit of bidding on
the SE Production Engineering Support
Services/Plant Maintenance program, and will be
seeking candidates for the following positions
upon program award:
Project Supervisor (Site Manager 4565-SER)
Mechanical Engineer (Systems Engineer
Electrical Engineer (Systems Engineer 4566-SER)
Electronics Engineer (Systems Engineer
Industrial Engineer (Field Service Engineer III
Industrial Engineer Tech (Field Service Tech II
Drafter IV (Sr. Illustrator 4562-SER)
Inventory Clerk (Supply Tech 4563-SER)
Supply Technician (Supply Tech 4572-SER)
Full lob descriptions are available online at
We will hold an Open House on Thursday October
18, 1500 to 1700 at AAI Services Corporation, 6196
Lake Gray Blvd, Suite 118 Jacksonville, FL 32244
to discuss these positions. Prior to attending,
please apply online using the job code and title in
parenthesis at www.aaicorp.com. I
Candidates must be US Citizens and be eligible for
a secret security clearance. A comprehensive
benefits package and competitive salary are
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anJ l communications company
The L-3 Titan Corporation is a leading provider of systems engineering, sys-
tem test, fleet support and systems solutions and services to the Department
of Defense, intelligence agencies, and other federal government customers.
L-3 Titan is actively seeking a highly motivated individual with recent P-3C
experience to support the Aviation Division of the Naval Air Warfare Center
at Potiuvent River Naval Air Station, Maryland. The selected candidate will
a.!! .'.,,r, me establishment of requirements, oversee the development and
,ril-.r..,.,',v of aircraft systems, guide the test effort and direct the Introduc-
r.Ir. T.. i . Iet quadrons. A minimum of 6 years experience as an officer in the
F :: .:.,r.,-,unty is required as well as qualification as P-3C Mission Com-
Tr,.. :.e. .-.3 candidate will support government customers in both a project
i-oo1,-r rn, role and as a key member of major project teams through a vari-
. i, . - :.t . !-res engineering tasks such as planning, design, production,
rea...r-,.-rrl analysis, evaluation, modification and systems integration.
Tr,- :.3nadoate requires strong interpersonal skills to be able to effectively
,r.Ir ioca. .-..,h system or program contractors, vendors, Government repre-
;n. r.Dr .. and Navy P-3C fleet personnel regarding all aspects of engineering
c.r.:.graiT a., d projects. Organization, technical writing and communication
:Ci.I; .re . :-ential. Some travel and occasional non-standard work hours may
tn. reau.,rIa applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and
m...:r n-.i eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
-+ ,-or a oan officer in the P-3C community
C',.31j,'.-N P 3C Mission Commander
R- -r, . .o-r.tional experience.
Eo.:r,..ri ~a-egree from an accredited institute.
','iiihnr.nes and ability to fly on naval aircraft as a project
"e .:IOl, "I
E i.q.t. i.:.r a government security clearance.
De hired Qualifications:
S&.:c.:,rf: degree in Engineering or Computer Science is highly desirable.
S,'.1.ier i degreee is a plus.???
if you are interested in applying, follow this link;
r., D , . ..*.v.titan.com/careers/list.html to the L-3 Titan web site.
Select Lexington Park MD under Find Location and then select
Find Jobs. Find the following listing Tactical Mission Systems
Principal Engineer (SAEBU06GR176-SE) and select Apply.
Or, send your resume directly to dennis.depriest@L-3Com.com
CLASS A CDL
Cash paid. Call
Cash very first dayll HI
Up to S600 - $1,000 or more
weekly !l! ! Company car
for business and personal
use!!I Our Busy Season is
here!!! High Call
Join Jacksonville's largest &
best transportation co.
Call 493-5200 between 9am and
5pm Man thru Fri.
CINTHIA E. MAYS-
certified In-home day-
care. Clean, safe envi-
ronment. Infants & tod-
dler spots available.
F04CL0084. Call 215-7046
,Ar. area. Infants to
3-4 yr. old, 7 to 7
Mon. through Fri. Clean
safe envir., meals.
call 724-0693/ 887-0863
AC, Heating, Fuel
Arts & Crafts
Wanted to Buy or
AIR CLEANER Pollenex
tabletop. 2 speed fan
with ionizer, extra
HEPA filter, and
instructios. Works great
Dryer / Washer,
Big Cap, Exc. condition,
FULL SIZE STACK-
ABLE washer dryer by
Kenmore, only 1 year
old. Excellent shape.
Can deliver. $400. Call
cond., $100.00 call Matt
and DRYER set. Great
shape. $280. Can deliver.
OBO Whirlpool washer
$150 OBO. Dryer gas
Maytag used 3 times
$225 OBO. Silk tree 10',
Middle District of FL
Gail R. Eubanks
New 4,400�L sq.ft
Waterfront Mansion Plus
Sold "Pc. by Pc."
11AM * SAT * OCT 27
NOON * SUN * OCT 28
3481 Coastal Hwy.
St. Augustine, FL
Lic. #AB1 & 1144/AU2
mamod made in
diff. models. $50.00 ea.
904-291-9750 Bob Iv. msg.
CMsS, G 0NES,
Fossis & MRE!
Ctoti&1000 1&Sl0i .
COMPUTER DESK -S5
piece L-shape with
hutch. Very sturdy,
massive storage, like
new. Interested? Please
32" Sharp $100.
ARLINGTON -2104 Sun-
set River Dr. Sat -Sun
B. Langston Presents
Treasures both old &
new. Art, antqs, decor,
furn galore. HOME FOR
SALE I 5036 Brighton
Dr., W. off Old Kings
N. of Baymeadows.
Wed. 5-7; Thur- Fri 9-5.
LAKE ASBURY DR. -
Fri-Sat 8-4, Sun 12-5,
304-4277 no early birds
ORTEGA - 7403 Coral Sea
Rd. Entire contents of
riding mower, power-
tools, etc. Oct 19-20
7:30-5:30. W. on Advent
Off Hwy 17
Southside: Estate Sale
Antiques, turn, clothes &
morel I Call 641-5159
4 $20.00- Leather
chair, rocker/ recliner
$550sso.00- Mexican pine
coffee table 264-3127
Clary & Associates, Inc. - Professional Surveyors & Mappers since 1983
* Competitive Salaries * Vacation and Paid Holidays
* Medical & Dental Benefits * Training & Education Available
* 401 (K) * Paid Short-term Disability & Life Insurance
Apply online at www.claryassoc.com or call 904-260-2703 * Toll free 866-271-3274
3830 Crown Point Road, Jacksonville FL 32257
Sbivision ePlting*Cnoinium *bo1api sTanpottin -.We tiiy GS& P
No Sheep.Qn Pillow $135
top, NEW 674-0405
BED A Bargain $100
New Queen Matt $
Still in Plastic 484-6177
BED A Beauti Cherry
Sleigh Bed w/Matt $350
All New 674-0405
six piece oak queen
I bed, two night
w/mirror, chest of
$400.00 OBO. 904-771-0206
BEDROOM SET- pine.
Bunk beds and 6 drawer
armoire dresser. $150.
Breakfast table w/6
chairs. $100. 904-269-7224
headboard, and foot
board $500.00 908-9109
27" COLOR TV $30. Pine
armoire $50. Pine Com-
puter hutch $50. Pic-
tures available. Please
Dover Manor King
shams, bed skirt.
Exc. cond. $80/set. Call
DINING TABLE oak
base, glass top, 4 chairs,
$575 worth $1750.
Kitchen accessories, like
new $125. 904-610-4288.
solid oak w/ glass
fronts, cd holder
and shelves, t.v. open-
ing 32". $350.00. Call
CENTER - Oak, fits 32"
flat screen TV, glass,
new $300. Call 997-1807.
owner. China cabinet,
table, lamps, coffee/end
. 00r FUTON0456
. $60.00 Call 908-0456
GAWA CHINA 10 piece
dinner set with extras
purchased in Japan 1955.
Asking $150. Call Barb
Brand New Must Sell RA$
Call Carter 484-6177 -
MATTRESS King Size
Still in Plastic $150
Must sell 484-6177
CABINET , oak finish.
Holds 230 DVD's, 600
CD's or 110 VHS tapes.
Tao condition. $35.
SOFA- great condition,
color mauve, by Cen-
tury. $175. Phone
-- TWIN SIZE
8 & desk. Solid pine.
Good condition. $250
HUGE BOOK SALE
15,000 + used books .50c
for paperbacks $1 for
hardbacks Sat 9A-- Ip
Sun 11A-4P. SJEDS
7423 San Jose Blvd 32217
ORANGE PARK CC
SAT. OCTOBER 20TH
7:00-2:00. Annual Fall
Garage Sale. Kingsley
and Blanding. Lots of
Families -Lots of Deals.
Early Birds Line Up
At Big Lots.
Kidt Kid sale.
12247 Mandarin Rd.
Middleburg - Ravines
Community off CR218
Sale. Sat., Oct. 20th
8a-1p. Furniture, Bikes,
items & lots of bargains!
Orange Park Huge
Garage / Moving Sale
Sat 10/20 & Sun 10/21, 80
- 3p. 8517 Cordovia Ave,
next to NAS Jax, off
Roosevelt & Collins, fur-
niture, clothes, nic nacs,
too much to list! !
Orange Park HUGE Yard
Sale! Everything Must
Go! Sat. Oct. 20th; 8-1;
2576 Ridgecrest Ave.
Ponte Vedra Sat & Sun
7- ? 763 Sandy Oaks Ct.
Fri/Sat 8-3 Multi-Fam.
7009 Seaboard Ave 32244
wrkout equip, Jewelry,
Adult, Infant /rod ciths,
Kitware, AppI., Electrs
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sole Sale at
The Market Placel
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
4 BANANA PLANTS
1' to 20' very pretty,
L easily maintained,
S you dig & haul.
FREE call 771-0457
CHILDS CAR SEAT
by Phone 264-6364
I set & coffee table.
Good condition. $400
4, HOT SPRINGS SPA
S7.5'x7.5" height 31"
I%1 deep Hydrolet
pump, 4 lets, 300
gallon capacity, seat 4-6
people $750.00 call
KIDS BICYCLE $35,
starter golf clubs $35,
baseball pkg $10, Leap-
Pad $35. All excellent
Oak dinette set, $60;
cherry waterbed (Calif.
King) & dresser; twin
beds. Leave message:
4, NORTH SCALE
Layout w/ 3 train
sets- $450, Thomas
Table w/ layout- $225�
1940"s Vanity- $125.
1951 Sm St(904)38-3690
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
TAMA STAGE STAR
DRUM SET- MSC
MEIHL Symbols, 16"
-crash, 14"- Medium
Hi-Hat, 16"- Crash, 20" -
Ride $200. 997-1807
PIANO black, 1989, good
condition. Asking $4,000.
NEW AGE BOOKS MUSIC
GIF S & MORE
1951 Stimson St(904)389-3690
CALLWAY X-14 IRON
SET - PW-3i plus 1/2
inch. Callway stand bag
$195 Serious inquires
only Call 635-7494
CRAFTSMEN 10" bench
saw with accessory
items. $300. 777-8515
411980's Daytona, FL.
Great for a table
base or display. $30.00
New tires/tubes, odom-
eter, lights, bottle hold-
ers. $125. 278-2926
Cavalier King Charles
Spaniels - CKC, Ready
10/20 $1200. 352-236-2715
2 males 1 black & 1 red &
white $300 904-210-0570
2 Male / 1 Female
Dachshund Puppies CKC
Dapple & solid, males,
PUPS AKC/ CKC reg.
POP $400. 912-427-0814
Labradoodles FIB Pups
15 wks Socialized. All
CFA reg., shots, $300
Jack Russells reg chipped
MIN PIN Tiny P, 10 wks
CKC, shot to dote. $300.
adult -you catch
RAT TERRIER PUPS
UKC 4 F, 6 M. $250 Call
904-645-8535 Kim or Rob
Schnauzer Mini pups AKC
$350LTD/$450 full reg.
shots worm 904-879-0383
Sun Conure approx 6 yrs,
talks $400 incls cage.
nego. Call 904-757-3144
Boat Dockage &
RV's and Supplies
$2000 or Less
A '06 MONTEREY 290
less than 50 hrs.,
S twin mercruiser,
125k loaded- '07 Triaxle
trailer- dry storage,
a 16' DIXIE BASS
'92 boat 85 hp
Yamaha low hours
$3500.00 coil 908-0456
leave message if no home
18' Cobia '97 115hp
Yamaha! Runs great,
trailer, live wells, seat
cooler, bimini top, ctr
console, $8500. 762-9820
2003 RAGE N 5th wheel
Toyhauler. 30 ft open
bay sleeps 6. 4 yr war-
ranty. $16,000 OBO. Call
403-3830 or 291-7987
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MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
ALLEGRO '96 32' motor
home , recently refurb
Inside with new uphol,
mattress , etc. new eng
with 10k mi, must sell
need the storage room ,
many more yrs of good
use left. $6,000 no reas
offer refused 352-472-2813
AMERI-CAMP 29' 2007,
5th whl, rr living, pickup
pymnts-$29K. Call for
details 282-6540 or 571-1782
4 COACHMAN 28' 5th
S wheel- New AC
t heat/ref. No leaks,
Good cond. GCS
, KODIAK 22' 2003
40k ml., shower,
frig./ frzr., micro.,
stove, tv, excellent
cond. $29,900 OBO call
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Low Overhead, Low Prices
Sales * Service * Ports
* 2 Trailers Left Under $5K.
* Come View Our
Gulfstream TT's & 5th Wheels
Selling Off All '07's.
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614-1 Pecan Park
Exit 366 Off I 95 Next to
Pecan Park Flea Market.
1 Exit N of Jax Airport
2005 HONDA SHADOW
VT 600, 2500 miles,
engine guards, 19"
Memphis shades wind-
shield. $4250 OBO. Call
2005 KYMCO 50cc motor
scooter, very low miles,
excellent condition, 100
mpg $1800 OBO. Call
I. 350cc,very fast,
excellent shape. $2700
1750 mi., blk, extra
bike parts, extd warr.,
HONDA 600cc Silver Wing
Scouter 2004 - Super clean
$5500. 282-6540 or 571-1782
til 883 custom, very
S low ml., great
cond., also included case
of o1l-$7000. Call 716-6853.
interstate, cd player.
$1500 Call 904-868-9215
HONDA VTX 1300 '05
ZX636-03' BIkslvr, pwr
commander, Bar. kept.
LIKE NEW & SHARP
$6000 080.BO 912-667-3987
/ 912-654-6936 Iv. mae.
or after 3 p.m.
1 650C, 14,800 ml.,
sissybar bag, wind-
shield crash bar, runs/
looks great, new tires,
orig. manual/ keys.
I New 250cc only 100
s mi. loaded with
extras- alarm, flame
paint, chrome $2000.00
Custom, inc windshield,
engine guards, new light
bar & light kit. Cobra
pipes & saddlebag
mounts. 10,562 mi,
garage kept, exc cond.
$4995. 278-0978 or email
Heavy duty engine build
360 degree rotation. $55
Power Programmer iII
for 2003 Chev/GMC
trucks and SUV's
part # 30019
call 378-8970 $300
TRUCK TOPPER -'05,
white Century, for
Dodge Ram 1500 quad
cab. $1000 obo. 226-9177
ANTIQUE 1982 FIRE-
BIRD damaged front
p-slde for $500. Gold
color. 904-777-5773. Come
1988 MUSTANG LX5.0
Silver with burgundy
Intake Eldebrock care
MSD Ignition cowlhood 5
star pony rims. $2500
ACCURA LEGEND 1992
excel. physical and
Superb family car.
(7 ACURA RL'04
Nav, CD, sunroof,
like new. $20,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(7 ACURA RL '05
Nav, CD, sunroof,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4, ACURA RSX
TYPE S '03
silver, blk Ithr int.,
6 spd transmission,
many after market
additions, turbo. $13,000.
( ACURA TL '06
Leather, full equip.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA TL '06
Value priced at $34,959
,L R BMW '01
3251 $14,900, sport
package 5 speed,
sunroof, 80,000 mi.
call David 589-0192
SBMW 3251C CONV.
S04. Power top,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BUICK LESABRE '00
45K miles, won't last
long $8995. Call 389-7700
CADILLAC DTS '06
c Only 15K miles, like
LEX9S OF JACKSONVILLE
r CADILLAC CTS
'06. Leather, sun-
roof, fully equip
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CADILLAC DEVILLE '04
Put $500 dwn and ride out
today 1st time, 1st serve
< Prostreet BBC
TH400 4 link tubbed,
new motor, trans.,
street car, must sell
CHEVY Classic Sedan '04
4cyl, 4dr, 43kml, AC, CD,
C7) CHEVY CORVETTE
'06 Z-06 Red/black, 1
owner, Nov., fully
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( i CHEVY IMPALA
LS '06. Fully
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER 300 '04. Like
new, fully loaded, priced
2 sell $19,900. 389-7700
G CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER '02. Low
ptrce $5,990 797-8800
DODGE CALIBER '07.
Roomy 4dr, like new, low
pymts of $275. 389-7700
DODGE INTREPID '99
DODGE MAGNUM '07
Like new. 18K ml. Drive
off w/$375 pymt. 389-7700
W FORD 500 LTD '05
Leather, fully equip
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD MUSTANG '04
Zero down, easy financ-
ing, ride today I 389-7700
FORD MUSTANG '07
Hot red! Kelly blue book
$22,900, value priced at
FORD TAURUS '5
Low ml, extra clean
FORD TAURUS '06 Low
miles, EZ financing, pymt
as low as $299. 389-7700
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FORD ZX2 '03 Great con- MAZDA RX-8 '04. Fast, VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT
edition 58K AT PW CC 5spd. Won't last long! '99. Very Nice! / T' FORD EXPEDI- (7-K GMC YUKON '05 O NISSAN TITAN'05
CD $6400 OBO 390-1105 15,900. Call 389-7700 $6591 904-998-7111 TION LTD '05.28K White/tan, fully Crew Cab. Super cln
HONDA ACCORD_$18,990 797-8800
HONA ACCORD eat MERCURY mi, Nay, CD, sun- equipped. $22,980 Lighthouse Toyota
'97. Runs great MERCURY roof, DVD. $27.,480 998-0012 Lighthouse Toyota
$3,990. 797-8800 95) GRAND MAR- roof, DVD $27,480 998-0012
Lighthouse Toyota QUIS'05. Leather, Military and Non Military 998002 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 1 SATURN VUE '08
CD, carriage fop, only LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE I 1 owner, full warr
HONDA CIVIC COUPE'00 30K mle $14,990 Better Service, FORD EXPEDI- HONDA RIDGELINE 06 18 usTo8800a
5sp, sunrf, chromewhis 30Kmile.$1FORD EXPEDI- HONDA RIDELINE '0 Lighthouse Toyota
998-0012 BetferWarranty,03. B lock, 4X4, Priced 2 sell
5Sp , surf, chrome e whis 998-01,2$ " Better W warranty, TION ^ 03 Only at $22,500. Call 389-7700
$6994 904-998-7111 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Better Vehicles 50,000 miles. $14,980 TOYOTA
HONDA CIC '97 __Equals 998-0012 HUND SANTA HIGHLANDER
Gas Saver! MARQUIS 95. Can't FE04. Save on this like new. $19,990
HONDAS '97 MR RY N Bet PricS LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE50pE, 000N atStT TOYO TAl 6K m
$4898 904-998-7111 beat this! $3990 angelotowholesle.com FORD EXPEDITION '97 one $13,995 797-8800 998-0012
Lighthouse Toyota (904) 662-0726 Runs Great Lighthouse Toyota LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA CIVIC '99 797-8800 $3897 904-998-7111 QX6 Toa Hilander
Low Miles! I INFINITI QX56'05 Toyota Highlander
$5897 904-998-7111 MITSUBISHI GALANT FORD Expedition Nay, DVD, XM 1'05. Only 26K miles,
$5897 904-998-71 '99. Super Clean '99. Perfect for fm- radio, white/tan. one owner. $20,980
HYUNDAI ELANTRA'02ily $9,990 797-8800 $40,990 998-0012 998-0012
Leather,ode uoof $3792 904-998-711 hsot LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OJACKSONVILLE
low ml. $199/mo. 389-7700 U FORD tO TOF O NDRA
KIA RIO- '02, orig owner, NISSAN 350ZX '05 o1 nEXPEDITION '97 r ISUZU RODEO'99 ' . FT sO e trukA
low mileage, good on Touring Convertible 20t3C er on bck 106,000 ml. d V6 141,000K, 0'0' $18,990 797-8800
with cover on back power windows and
gas, dependable, new Kelly blue book $31,390 Good condition, low seats;croe running factory alarm, all Lighthouse Toyota
tires, $2800 904-566-6648 value priced at $25,959 miles, A/C, radio.Ask- boards;5500 OBO to crise, c,
auto 0/c /0 TOYOTA TUNDRA
LINCOLNLS v8 '04 Call... 904-724-1080 $7K. 908-9109. call 707-18657-8610 le message 02. Gret fr haul-
fully equipped. Brumos Mercedes ing $11,990 797-8800
$17,980 998-0012 Pre-owned 2003 GMC YUKON XL FORD F150 LARIAT'04 Lighthouse Toyota
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 4DR, 5.3L, 76K. dual Crew Cab, low miles. EZ
A/C, new MICHELIN Financing $350. 389-7700 VW Beetle '98, 5 spd, AC,
MERCURY GRAND NISSAN ALTIMA '05 tires. $19k. call 553-1762 ISUZU TROOPER 120K, very nice cond,
MARQUIS'03. 30K #7114 Fully loaded, wood FORD F250 Super .98 $4900. Call 904-860-1000
miles, pass. $11,990 grain, sunroof. $299 pymt. Crew 4x4 '04. Have 4. J 500 miles on 3.5L
Lighthouse Toyota Call 389-7700 2007 DODGE RAMS00O to see this one! Rebuilt engine
797-8800 P_________U. Quad cab, bedliner, $22,990 797-8800 88,000 on vehicle. Gray
NSSAN MAX A red, 20K miles. Brand Lighthouse Toyota leather must sell $7,200
NISSAN MAXIMA newt 26K CEO. Call 386-8154
S'07 3.5. Fully equip. Trish. 904-673-9070 FORD F-250 Super CHEVY EXPRESS'07
$23,980 998-0012 Cab Lariat 2006 DIE- Cargo Van, 16,500 ml,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 91 DODGE RAM SEL. Automatic, FX4 off $17,500 Ph. 904-613-9153
- A X 360 CU, dual exhaust. DODGE GRAND CARA-
NISSAN MAXIMA CARE X roa pk e cotFaco JEE EGR D ODGE GR CARA
'93. $2,990. 797-8800 AT,ACPB, 2 DR, SUV. trailer brke controlCHEROKEE VAN '05. Big family? Lo
eredeLghthouse Toyota $4995. Call 904-757-7037 and Class5 towingOVERLAND 04. ymts? $250 mo. 389-7700
Mercedes-Benz____package, reverse aid Leather, CD, fully equip.
NISSAN SENTRA 99 RAM 1500 4X4 sensor, bed liner, short $20,980 998-0012 YHONDA
NISSAN SENTRA Blackeather, fully wheelbaseVRY LOW LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ODYSSEY '5 EXL
Auto., 4 dr., a/c, loaded. 110K miles. MILES. Arizona Beige/ Leather, CD, sunrf
spoiler mag Beautiful mint cond. 5.2 Tan Leather. JEEP LIBERTYC'06 $24,980. 998-0012
p g JEEP LIBERTY '06 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
3.90% wheels, 6 cd changer. L, blue. No deal better "WON'T LAST" 4x4, Super Clean LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
on Select Certified $13,500. Call 278-7997 $6500. 542-2517 Call... 904-724-1080 $18,990. Lighthouse KIA SEDONA '05 Excel-
Mercedes Benz with Brumos Mercedes Toyota 797-8800 lent condition, excellent
approved credit PONTIAC G607. Lowe ACURA MDX '02. Pre-owned pymt of $199. 389-7700
miles, Sporty 4dr, drive Leather sunroof, JEEP WRANGLER '04
off w/$299 pymt. 389-7700 whietan, fully FORD F-350 Crew Clean, 36K mIles. Priced A MAZDA MPV '96
equip, Touring Edition. Cab Lariat 2008 2 Sell at $14,950. 389-7700 V6, 4r,on000 m.,
98 SL 0 TOYOTA AVALON $17,980 998-0012 With a 4" lift, DIESEL, wind./locks, 4x4
Stock #21526al XLS '05. Leather, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Automatic, 4X4 off road JEEP WRANGLER trailer hitch, dally
Value priced CD, sunroof $24,890 _akage with traction SAHARA '98. Great driver. $3,000/OBO.
$9,959 998-0012 packaon the beach Call 904-783-9165 Iv.msg.
9 2 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE CADILLAC control, Factory trailer $10,990 797-8800 - Lv.m
1999C230 ESCALADE '04 brake with a Class 5 Lighthouse Toyota PLYMOUTH
Sport Sedan TOYOTA COROLLA Lthr, CD, only 30K town package and VOYAGER '9
tck#2673a04100K warr, 40mg miles. $29,995. 998-0012 JEEP WRANLERntegrated child
Valu_ CHEVROLETLink garage door Lighthouse Toyota negotiate 786-3691
,$9,959 f-.'\TOYOTA CAMRY 04(Z T opener, 325/651R18 BaJ
$l9XLE,ony 39K ml W/ SILVERADO '04 ATZ Tires with Chrome TOYOTA SIENNA
LE, only 39K m w SLT. Only 30K mi, MOTO Metal wheels KIA SPORTAGE '01 03. Syphany, power
2 0100K warr. $13,990 Sm'll'SUV (9
2002 C240 Lighthouse Toyota 797-880 4x5, tonneau cover Bed extender, and more. Small sliding door $13,990
Sedan $23,980 998-0012 Dark Stone with gold $3849 904-998-7111 Lightouse Toyota
Stock#25618a TOYOTA COROLLA LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE bottom/Tan Leather.
Orig. MSRP $33,940 '01. 42K miles $8,990 A MUST SEE III LEXUS SC430 *06
Value priced at 797-8800 CHEVY AVALANCHE Call... 904-724-1080 beautiful chardonnay, I
$14,959 Lighthouse Toyota '03. Excellent condition, Brumos Mercedes light beige Ithr, 13K mi,
only $300 down. 389-7700 Pre-owned Immac $49,900
2003 E320 VOLKSWAGON BEETLE 0 Pre e904-860-1000 HYUNDAI ACCENT '98
Sedan2001 - 5 speed, coupe, 2D Chevy llrad FORD RANGER '02 Very Nicel
an E 4GL, leather seats, AM e ra ,904-998-7111
Stoek#ul2301 /FM CD, Yellow, cruise, Ext. cab, V8, AT XLT, extra cab, MAZDA TRIBUTE $582 904-998-7111
Orig. MSRP 49,875 Power windows /doors, PW, tow kg, 48K miles, 6K L Tonneau cover, V6, 4x4 '02. $9,990
Orig. MSRP $49,87 Private $11,000. 491-7996 charcoal grey, 67K ml., $9450 OBO. 0' 797-8800
Value priced at private $11,000 491-7996. Larry 904-813-1242 276-0426 Orange Park. Lighthouse Toyota
$19,959 VW BEETLE '05 GMC DENALI '07
195 VW� BEETLEc U0 CHEVY TAHOE '04 Must Value, Priced at $39,959 MERCEDES ML320 03 rs
2003 ML350 Cabriolet Turbo see 4 yourself Low miles, Va d at $39959 ,
Stock#25710a Kelly blue book $23,470 low pymts $350.389-7700 Call... 904-724-1080 Only $17,550.389-7700 CAR TRAILER
Orig. M8RP $42,620 value priced at $18,959 Brumos Mercedes 16ft. long w/dove
Value priced at Call... 904-724-1080 DODGE RAM SLT Pre-owned NISSAN TITAN '04 ,l' rampock & "Z
$19,959 Brumos Mercedes 1500 Herl Crew '05 GMC YUKON DENALI 06 Fully equipped, tie down. $1800.00
2003 C240 Pre-owned Cab $17,990 998-0012 Loaded, navigation, E-Z $19,990 998-0012 424-7538
2003 240 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE financing $34.500. 389-7700 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SAur AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY
OrIg. MSRP $34,930
Value priced at LAMBORGHINI 'tJLj
2004 SLK230 ACURA OF ORANGE PARK BOARD FORD LAMBORGHINI - ORLANDO SATURN OF AVENUES
Storck #u1221 7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600 St. Augustine 353-6797 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. 10863 Philips Hwy. 262.7145
OrIg. MSRP $41,890
Value priced at Florida s Super Duty Headquarters Longwood/Orlando F 407-339-3443 SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
2006 c280 AUDI JACKSONVILLE PAUL CLARK 8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071
Stock#2Sl02a 4660-100 Southside Blvd 565-4000 FORD-MERCURY LAND ROVER JACKSONVILLE SATURN OF REGENCY
KIBB retail value tn v 5
$30,280o 1-95 N, Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 8600Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200
Value priced at l______ul__I __
$26,959 GARBER FORD-MERCURY
2004 E320 BENTLEY - ORLANDO Green Cove Springs 264-4502
Stack# u1o0S 895 N.,Ronald ReaganBlvd, MIKE SHAD FORD LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
Orig. MSRP $51,115 Longwood/Ordando Fl 407-339-3443 10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000 10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455
Value Priced at At The AvenueslO[S]AtIanti Bl 710 Ia Bv 1
$2 7,95900 10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325 .1! 9II 14 1 11 3
Cabriolet TOM BUSH BMW MIKE DAVIDSON FORD NORTH FLORIDA UNCOOL MERCURY
Stock# 2547a 4620 Southslde Blvd. 642-4100 KEN CHANCEY SUZUKI
Valr MSRP 1,7at 9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 AT REGENCY GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY 1285CassatAve 389-7700
$29,959 6914 Blanding Blvd 777-2500 9650 Atlantic Blvd, 725-3060 GRIFFI7447 Blanding Blvd 777-3000MERC CITY SUZUKI
20020 0 MIKE SHAD FORD 10585Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
Stock #25528a 161=wMciyHAD FORD
Value priced at wwwcllyautolliue.om
$34,959 GABBER BUICK OF ORANGE PARK
2004 CLK558 Green Cove Springs 264-4502 7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673 LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE -
Cabriolet KEY BUICK - www.lotusofjacksonville.com
Stock# u112289 wis eot&'= 16 acEAH nVD.le9corn
va..eu9ced1at 4660 Southslde Blvd. 642-660 11650 BEACH BLVD 998-9992 ARLINGTON TOYOTA
-$57,rp r NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC 10939 Atlantic Blvd 302-6762
2005 E320 dl 11503 Phillips Hwy, 854-4826 COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
Stock #25S80ae TOM BUSH MAMA 10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
oril.MSP $15,124. CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC COGGIN GMC TRUCKS TOM BUSH MAZDA Phlps Hwy.
Value priced at 4700 Southside Blvd, 642-5111 9201 Atlantic Bd. 724 9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
S9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 MAZDA CITY 65 Youngran Circle. 771-9100
2 ds 7999 Blending BCADILLAC778-0 GARBER GMC TRUCKS 6916 Blending Blvd. 779-0600 LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
Stock# U12307 PARKER CADILLAC Green Cove Springs 264-4502 2995 U.S., South St. Aug.
Orlg. MSIRP $0,828 M arcIU.S CADILLACI.thE E PMr St-7OA
Value priced at 283 San Maro,StAug (904)824-9181 800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
$37,959 ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
2005 CLK 320 CO GIN HNON AllANTIC BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. 1310 cassat Ave. 3894561
Cabriolet 11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800 10231 Atlantic Blvd 724-1080
Stock #u12318 _-
Orig. MSRP $67,410 COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES COGGIN HONDA _ ,_l _|
Value priced at 10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777 OF ST. AUGUSTINE VW OF ONGE PARK
$39,959 OF ST. AUGUSTINE VW OF ORANGE PARK
2006 E350 CREST CHEVROLET 2898 U.S, Hwy, 1S.1-800-456-1689 TOM BUSH MINI 1481 Wells Road 269-2603
Wagon 8281 Merril Rd. 721-1880 DIVAL IDA 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 O'STEENVW
Stook#24962a. 6K ml ARER CEVAL HONDA O'STEEN VW
Orig. M8RP ae,71 GAnBER CHE4V 1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900 I11401 Philips Hwy, 322-5100
Value priced at Green Cove Spings 264-4602 TOM B W
$3 9,959CSp rLOU SOBH HON BDAH
2006 350 GORDON CNHEV H HONDAI9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
Stock28478a 1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200 OF THE AVENUES CITY MITSUBISHI
Value pri ed t94 JERRY HAMM CHIIEV 11333Phllips Hwy 370-1300 10585 Atlantic Bivd 65-62489
$45,959 2600 Philips Hwy, 398.3036 LUCAS HONDA OF JAX sCITY MITSUBISHI 2525 Philips Hwy 39686VOLV*
Sok5 8500 PINEVIEW CHEVROLET 7801 Blanding Blvd 269-2277 CI MITSUBII 2525 Philips Hwy 396-5486
Or.i MSP d9,s20 Macclenny 259-6117 3 2 7505_BlanRNGE PAKSS
$46,959 GEORGE MOORE CHEV HYUNDAI wwwcityautomotive.com PROFESSIONAL
2003 SLSOO0 711 Beach Blvd 249-8282 Of ,. OR G 'A AUTO LEASING
Roadster CHEo Of ORANGE PARK _ - - AUTOLEASNG
KBB retail value 1550 CassatAve. 387-4041 7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900 COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC 10231 Atlanc Bd 722-1694
valu20e _ped at_ _ _ _ KEY HYUNDAI 10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
$49,959 H" 4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060 COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
2007 CLK550 ATATI C E 10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
Cabriolet ATLANTIC CHRYSLER i| uiKiu Icc d I
Stock#ui217 2330 US1 South 3544421 MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
Valuepric2dat UIout 3 ATLANTIC INFINITI 1810 CaSSat Ave. 389-3621
$51,959 CARUSO CHRYSLE 10980 Atlantic v 422 www.beachblvdautomotive.comn
2006 CLS500 1750 Southside Blvd, 725-7300 Bd 42 PARKER NISSAN 6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
t4drCouper FRANK GRIFFIN -l m 2755US,1SutStAug 04794-9990 BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
orig. M. P $71,40 Chrysler of Orange Park CITY ISUZU MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OPTO C R
$55,959 1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033 10585 Atlantic Blvd, 998-7111 1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400 PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
2007 CLK550 GARBER CHRYSLER www.cityautomotive.com I" ,I ' 10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
sakbrio Green Cove Springs 264-2416 1 I COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC Lexus of Jacksonville
Value priced a MIKESHAD JAGUAR JACKSONVILLE 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 Pre-Owned Center
$59,959 CHRYSLER JEEP 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 GARBER PONTIAC 10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
2005 SLO1736CassatAve. 389-Green Cove Springs 264-4502
Stock #u12214 1736 Cassat0Ave. 389-7792ITom Bush BMW
pri ced RICKMSP $94,710 NIMNICHT PONTIAC - GMC 9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381
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