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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Jacksonville, Fla.
Publication Date: November 8, 2007
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Fall Fest
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NAS Jax hosts CFFC

By Miriam S. Gallet
Deputy Public Affairs Officer

NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt.
Jack Scorby Jr. welcomed the
newly appointed U.S. Commander,
Fleet Forces Command Adm. Jonathan
Greenert to the station Oct. 30. Greenert,
who was making his first official trip to
the Jacksonville area since assuming com-
mand Sept. 29, also met with Commander,
Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm.
Michael Vitale and various other com-
manding officers.
During the visit, Scorby briefed Greenert
on the important strategic role NAS
Jacksonville plays in support of U.S.
national security, the global war on ter-
ror and the even greater importance the
base will assume with the arrival of addi-
tional squadrons. As they drove around the
base, Greenert also witnessed the immense
growth and ongoing construction projects
aboard the base.
"We were proud to showcase NAS
Jacksonville to Adm. Greenert and the
importance of the air station in supporting
the fleet, fighters and family," said Scorby.
Greenert also had the opportunity to
tour the Navy Region Southeast Regional
Operations Center and meet key personnel
while aboard the base.
"It was a short, but thorough visit," said
Vitale. "I gave him an overview of our
Regional Operations Center with some
added focus on our support to Navy Region
Southwest and the fires in Southern
California, as well as our preparations for
the recent Tropical Storm Noel."
When asked about his new job, Greenert

Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Commander, Fleet Forces Command Adm. Jonathan Greenert (left) is greeted by Commander,
Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE) Rear Adm. Mike Vitale as he visits the Navy Region Southeast
Regional Operations Center for a brief Oct. 30.

said, "As the Fleet Forces commander, I
am responsible for maritime homeland
defense. Our citizens have made it abso-
lutely clear that this is a top priority. The
American people want a maritime force
that remains strong and one that will pro-
tect the homeland and citizens of this coun-
Greenert also highlighted his future
vision. "I believe that our allies and our
coalition operations are our future," he
said. "We are inextricably connected to

them and we need to pursue that. We need
to work on interoperability and network-
ing in that particular area. We also need
to watch our technology advances with an
eye toward our allies or we'll leave them
behind and we'll miss that opportunity."
According to a recent U.S. Fleet
Forces press release, Greenert is respon-
sible for organizing, manning, training,
and equipping naval forces for assign-
ment to combatant commanders, to
deter, detect and defend against home-

Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command
Adm. Jonathan Greenert toured NAS Jackson-
ville during a visit Oct. 30. Greenert (left) and
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
Jack Scorby Jr. pose for the camera after tour-
ing the various construction projects aboard
the station, including a $123 million P-3 han-
gar and a $78 million helicopter hangar.

land maritime threats and articulate
fleet warfighting and readiness require-
ments to the Chief of Naval Operations.
Greenert most recently served as deputy
chief of Naval Operations for Integration of
Capabilities and Resources.
He has served in a variety of command
positions afloat and ashore, including com-
mander, Submarine Squ-adron 11, com-
mander, U.S. Naval Forces Marianas and
commander, U.S. Seventh Fleet.

For more on Greenert's visit, see Page 3

Photo by Kaylee LaRocque,
PS1 Larry Garvin of Personnel Support Detachment (PSD)
Jax is congratulated on his selection as Senior Sailor of the
Quarter for PSD by Joe Bruni of VyStar Credit Union at the
luncheon. VyStar donated $50 savings bonds to all the Sailors

NAS Jax recognizes

Sailors of the Quarter

By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jacksonville recognized the most recent
Sailors of the Quarter (SOQ) at a luncheon at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club Oct. 30. CMDCM(AW/
SW) Rich Hay of Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance
Wing Eleven served as guest speaker during the lun-

For a
complete list
of Sailor of
the Quarter
see Page 15.

After the parading of the
colors by the NAS Jax Honor
Support Team while MU2
Mallory McKendry of Navy
Band Southeast sang the nation-
al anthem, NAS Jax Command
Master Chief CMDCM(SW)
Chris Green welcomed the
guests and introduced Hay to
the podium.

Vietnam veterans to

be honored tomorrow

By Staff
U.S. Congressman Ander Crenshaw, (R-Fla.)
and Commander, Navy Region Southeast
Rear Adm. Michael Vitale will recognize the
contributions of Vietnam War veterans during a 10
a.m. ceremony tomorrow at NAS Jacksonville.
The recognition ceremony, hosted by NAS
Jacksonville and the Greater Jacksonville Area USO,
will be held in Hangar 117. Crenshaw and Vitale
will present each veteran with a certificate of Special
Congressional Recognition in honor of their service to
our country.
Crenshaw, the U.S. Representative for the 4th
Congressional District, which encompasses nine
counties and includes both NAS Jacksonville and NS
Mayport, has recognized in past ceremonies more
than 1,200 veterans from both World War II and the
Korean War. This year's ceremony will ad'd another
250 veterans to that total.
Eligibility for this year's ceremony includes members
of the armed forces who were awarded the Vietnam
Service Medal. The medal was awarded to those who
served in Vietnam and its contiguous waters and
airspace between July 3, 1965 and March 28, 1973.
In addition, personnel serving in Thailand, Laos or
Cambodia in direct support of operations in Vietnam
during the same time period were also eligible for
the medal. Armed Forces members who qualified for
the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal by service in
Vietnam between July 1, 1958 and July 3, 1965 will
also be recognized this year.
"Vietnam veterans served our country with honor
during one of our most tumultuous times as a nation,"
said Crenshaw. "They answered the call of duty, but
when they returned home many did not receive the
recognition they properly deserved. These brave indi-
viduals helped fight for freedom and democracy at a
time when their country needed them and this cer-
emony will help show our appreciation." .
The master of ceremonies will be NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. He will identify

See VETERANS, Page 25

See SOQ, Page 15

Photo by MCC Suzanne Speight
Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron 26 Command Master Chief
James Pohlen (left) and Commodore Capt. Robert Perry dis-
play the Meritorious Unit Commendation pennant. The award
was presented Nov. 4, for "unparalleled success in providing
anti-terrorism force protection to ships, cargo and personnel
supporting combat troops in Iraq."

Reserve unit receives

Meritorious Unit


By MCC Suzanne Speight
Special Contributor

The Sailors of Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron
26 (NCWRON 26) received the Meritorious Unit
Commendation (MUC) award Nov. 4 for mission
success during a deployment to Kuwait in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom. NCWRON 26, a Navy Reserve
unit is the first coastal warfare unit to receive the MUC
The unit provided anti-terrorism force protection to
ships, including ships assigned to defend Iraq's oil plat-
forms, cargo and personnel, and trained Kuwaiti forces

See MUC, Page 25



Special observance planned
An American Indian Heritage Observance will be held today from 11 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. at the Flight Line Cafe.
The cost is $3.65 and the event is open to everyone. For more information,
call GM1 Felicia Marcano at 542-2889.

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Homer would make a good pinata

By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
he occasion of Ford and Owen's
upcoming birthday parties
(Ford will be 7 and Owen will
be 5), along with the holiday shopping
season that is apparently now upon
us (if the Christmas music playing
at Wal-Mart is to tell me anything),
has me thinking about obnoxious toys
and other traditions that look good
on paper but often become a parent's
worst nightmare.
Despite what I might have learned
in previous years, however, I still sub-
ject myself to the stressors of plan-
ning birthday parties right before the
holidays for the boys because that's
what good mothers do. (Which is
to say, I will not be outdone by the
mother down the street.) This year's
planning has me thinking about three
things in particular. I am concerned
about anything shaped like an animal
or character that is designed to be
melted, beat or eaten (to be explained
shortly), an overabundance of gifts
and toys that make noise.
As a child, I never understood choc-
olate bunnies at Easter and I was
conflicted about whether to eat the
poor bunny's ears, feet or arms first. I
usually settled on the ears, which was
unfortunate, because once the ears
have been chewed off, if the bunny
is hollow, then he looks like an evil
bunny with a hole in his head.
Worse than chocolate bunnies, how-
ever, are candles shaped like Santa
Claus, a turkey or reindeer. Sure,
these look like a good idea while they
are still in the package, but have you
ever seen what happens to Santa's
face when it melts and collapses into

his neck and shoulders?
When it comes to kids' birthday
parties, however, the problem is the
pifiata. Ford and Owen both want
pifiatas at their birthday parties.
Lucky for them, there is no short
supply of options. But I could not get
my mind around letting kids whack
Thomas the Tank with a stick. Also,
the thought of Dustin climbing up a
tall ladder to hang Thomas from a
tree seemed like a disaster waiting to
happen (or column material, depend-
ing on how you look at it).
Then I saw the new pifiatas that use
pull strings and trap doors instead
of sticks and violence to release
the candy. One-by-one, children go
to these new pifiatas, pull a colored
string and cry if Batman's bottom
doesn't suddenly drop open and spill
out candy. (Again, not the best imag-
If the first child succeeds in show-
ering himself with Tootsie Rolls and
other goodies, you can be sure the
other 10 children (especially the
birthday child) waiting in line will be
angry. And no one likes angry, disap-
pointed kids who've just eaten cake
and ice cream. Yet if the birthday
child wins the pifiata jackpot, the
whole thing looks rigged.
The only way that I can see the
pifiata working is if we forget the pull-
ing-the-strings bit and get our kicks
out of watching Dustin hang the thing
instead. Because really, if you are a
regular reader of this column, you
know that is when all the candy will
fall out anyway.
Moving right along to the tra-
dition of birthday gifts, when your
child's birthday is just weeks before
Christmas, everything feels a little


Past Duty

excessive. Last year, after my boys
had an enormous party, where they
received an obscene amount of gifts,
they were invited to a friends' birth-
day party, where all the gifts would
be donated to charity.
Right then, I conceded to the other
mother that she is a far better par-
ent than I am, but not before trying
unsuccessfully to convince her that
we also donated our gifts from the
week before after everyone left.
So my kids will have their presents
,and many of those gifts will make
noise. If you think it's funny that
Dustin, the military pilot trained for
war, is afraid of baby dolls, you should
see how scared he gets when we hear
one of the children's toys talking on
the baby monitor in the middle of the
These talkers have a tendency to
make their presence known at the
most inopportune times, such as
when Dustin has just turned out the
light. There is nothing like the "moo"
of a PlakSkool cow to get him jump-
ing out of bed and back on his feet
again. But besides middle-of-the-night
outbursts, these toys usually have
a limited amount of words or nois-
es in their repertoire. I mean, who
programs these things? Probably the
pifiata makers. Because one can only
hear Homer Simpson scream "Yahoo"
so many times before they want to
turn him into a pifiata.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.

Job title/command:
- NAS Jax USO Program Director

Hometown: Elm Grove, Wisc.

Family Life: I have a daughter
and a guinea pig.

Stations: Sasebo, Japan, and San

Career Plans: To continue getting paid to do
what I love.

Most Interesting Experience: Meeting
the yahoos at NAS Jax.

Words of Wisdom: Just be nice to people and
have fun. It does make a difference.

Looking back in time...

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Safety stand down is Nov. 14

From NAS lax Safety

Safety stand down will be held Nov. 14 at 10 a.m.
at the base theater for all NAS Jax personnel.
Stay Alive for Education will have a presentation
by firefighter paramedics who will share their real life
work experience. Richard Brown of the NAS Jax Fleet and
Family Support Center will also discuss suicide preven-
Family members are also invited to attend. For more
information, call 542-3082.

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

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

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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................................MC2(AW/NAC) Kaitlyn Patterson
Staff Writer..................................AT2(AW) Andrew Bryson
Staff W riter..............................................................EM FR Joe Schreck
Design/Layout............................................................. George Atchley
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Job title/command:
NAS Jax Air Ops

Hometown: Chicago

Family Life: Outstanding

Past Duty Stations: Goodfel-
Io\x Air Force Base. Texas

Career Plans: To be successful.

Most Interesting Experience: Joining
the military and being stationed on board a ship.

Words of Wisdom: Be careful in life.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 8, 2007 3

Greenert visits


and SCC-J

By Lt. Rebecca Rebarich,
SCC-J Public Affairs Officer
A dm. Jonathan Greenert, command-
er, Fleet Forces Command, visited
Fleet Area Control and Surveillance
Center Jacksonville (FACSFAC Jax), and
Sector Command Center Joint (SCC-J) dur-
ing his tour of NAS Jacksonville Oct. 30.
Earlier this month, FACSFAC Jax moved
its surface watch, call sign Bristol, to
combine it with the SCC-J, a component
of the Joint Inter-Agency Fusion Center
(JIAFC) aboard the station. During his visit,
Greenert commended the efforts of all per-
sonnel involved and emphasized the impor-
tance of integrating Navy and Coast Guard

Col. Julie Jones, direc-
tor of Law Enforcement for
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission,
discusses the unique relation-
ship between the U.S. Navy,
U.S. Coast Guard and local
and state law enforcement
agencies at Joint Inter-Agency
Fusion Center Jacksonville
with Commander, Fleet
Forces Command Adm.
Jonathan Greenert during his
visit here Oct. 30.

for homeland
security and
The Navy
and Coast
Guard have
shared inter-
ests and
bilities with
in security
and safety.
Through closer
coordination of
enhanced situ-
ational aware-
ness, and
command and
control; joint

facilities are a force multiplier.
"FACSFAC Jax has established air and
surface surveillance watches that support
the Coast Guard Sector Jacksonville mis-
sion," said Lt. Kevin Levija, a homeland
defense watch officer. "By integrating each
of the commands assets, we are able to sup-
port each command's mission while provid-
ing seamless oversight in critical areas."
JIAFC is an overarching entity com-
prised of the SCC-J, FACSFAC Jax and

Photos by Lt. Rebecca Rebarich
Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command Adm. Johathan Greenert observes OS2(SW) Gregory Dean
as OSCS(SW/AW) Lee Stephens, Operations leading chief petty officer at Fleet Area Control and
Surveillance Jacksonville (FACSFAC Jax), explains the benefits of combining FACSFAC Jax surface
watch (Bristol), capabilities to the Joint Inter-Agency'Fusion Center Jacksonville Oct. 30.

(From left) Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility Jacksonville (FACSFAC Jax) Commanding
Officer Capt. Robert Buehn, Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command Adm. Jonathan Greenert
and ACC(AW) Johnny Hill observe AC3 Adam Kollar assisting the Federal Aviation Administration
at the FACSFAC Jax Air Traffic Control Center (Sea Lord) Oct. 30.
the Regional Intelligence Fusion Center. and timely common operating picture to
JIAFC leverages sensor, detect, communica- detect, assess, warn, defend and recover
tion, decision-making systems and Navy and from threats, while enhancing maritime
Coast Guard. domain awareness and facilitating home-
Its mission is to produce a more accurate land security and homeland defense.

Fleet Readiness

Center Southeast

receives Shingo

Bronze Medallion

By Judy Hartman
FRCSE Public Affairs Specialist

Fleet Readiness Center South-
east (FRCSE) received the
Shingo Bronze Medallion for
Excellence in Manufacturing dur-
ing a ceremony in Washington DC
Oct. 11. The EA-6B Aircraft Depot
Level Maintenance Program,
which is the primary platform pro-
viding electronic warfare support
for all Navy, Marine and Air Force
combat operations, was the fea-
tured product line for this award.
The EA-6B team implemented
AIRSpeed, using Lean initiatives
in November 2003 and accom-
plished a reduction of flow days
by 36 percent, reduction in defects
per aircraft by more than 90 per-
cent, reduction in average PMI-1
aircraft flow time by more than 30
percent from fiscal year 2004 to
fiscal year 2006, resulting in sav-
ings of 1.4 million in fiscal year
2004 and $800,000 in fiscal year
2006. Scheduled EA-6B Prowler
deliveries improved by 29 percent
in fiscal year 2004, 67 percent in
fiscal year 2005 and 82 percent in
fiscal year 2006. These Lean-driv-
en improvements also enabled the
EA-6B team to increase capacity
for supporting the warfighter.
The Shingo Prize for Excellence
in Manufacturing, deemed the
Nobel Prize for manufacturing
by Business Week, recognized 17
government entities that achieved
dramatic performance improve-
ments with the 2007 Shingo Prize
Public Sector Award.
The recipients are scored in the
following areas: cost improvement;
leadership: empowerment; vision
and strategy; innovation and devel-
opment; partnering practices with
suppliers and customers: envi-
ronmental practices: quality and
results and consistent improve-
ment in each of those areas.

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Thank you.


Photo courtesy of VP-45
Lt. Bill Schmermund of VP-45 provides a post-mission analysis that was used to debrief the
surface units that participated in Neptune Warrior 2007.

'Pelicans' participate in

Neptune Warrior 2007

From VP-45

Personnel from the VP-45 "Pelicans"
recently returned from a two-week
detachment to Royal Air Force Base
Kinloss, Scotland. The detachment was in
support of the multinational annual naval
exercise, Neptune Warrior.
Participants in the detachment from VP-
45 included 12 crewmembers from Combat
Air Crews Seven and 12, a maintenance
team of 16 personnel from Consolidated
Maintenance Organization 11 and a Mobile
Operational Command Center team from
Commander Task Force 67.
The United States Navy was also repre-
sented by combat aircrews from VP-8 and
VP-26, homeported at NAS Brunswick,
Maine. Other participating nations in
Neptune Warrior included Canada, New
Zealand, Great Britain, France, Germany
and Norway. The purpose of the exercise
was to execute joint operations and com-
munications between the naval forces from
these countries.
The flight operations were both exciting
and challenging due to the mountainous
terrain and inclement weather conditions
that the North Sea provided. The VP-45
team was motivated and ready for their
operational tasking. From Sept. 14-28, the
"Pelicain" team flew more than 37 hours in
support of this exercise. They participated
in antisubmarine warfare and anti-surface
warfare missions during this phase.

: 'Standardization was the key to our suc-
cess. Through proper planning, we were
able to use standard tactics and language
when working with our international part-
ners," said Lt. Chris Metz.
During the exercise, the aircrew gained
valuable training and operational experi-
ence in support of their readiness require-
ments. The Neptune Warrior missions
involved assets from almost all facets of
the Navy, including surface ships, sub-
marines, helicopters and maritime patrol
aircraft. In addition to their organic equip-
ment, the VP-45 crews also utilized the
multinational forces on-station to locate
and attack simulated hostile threats. The
missions concentrated on how these assets
would communicate with one another real
time. Though communication was the focal
point, safety was always the main concern,
!especially for the aircraft and helicopters
working closely together in the same air-
Neptune Warrior offered more to visit-
ing squadrons than just the great learning
experience of the flight missions. During
down time in Scotland, the "Pelicans"
were able to experience and gain a great-
er appreciation of the Scottish culture.
Liberty activities included: dining, shop-
ping, sightseeing; visits to Lake Loch Ness
and the historic Urquhart Castle and golf-
ing. VP-45 has completed four months of
their six-month deployment and is sched-
uled to return to Jacksonville in December.

New IA support group available through FFSC
From the Fleet and Family .and help families prepare Recreation Department.
Support centerr for the transition that will Support group meetings
occur when spouses return will be held Nov. 15, Dec. 6
A n individual aug- home. . and 20 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
nintee (IA) support Planned activities and at the FFSC (Building 5.54).
gr&up is being initi- free childcare are pro- Families are encouraged
ated to hAlp families after vided. This is a combined to call 542-2766, Ext. 127
loved ones deploy. Families effort between FFSC and for more information and to
will have an opportunity the Morale, Welfare and sign up.

to get together with others
who are the same situ-
They vl1 be able to dis-
cuss varibus issues, chal-
lenges a*nd learn about
services and programs the
Fleet and Family Support
Center has to offer.
It is an opportunity to
educate families on issues
that their spouses may
be experiencing overseas

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Flight officers receive

wings at VP-30

By Lt. Adam Schantz
VP-30 presented five new naval
flight officers (NFO) with their
coveted wings of gold Nov. 2.
The event and reception held in VP-30's
auditorium, drew family members and
friends from around the country as well
as guests and officers from commands
at NAS Jacksonville. Capt. Peter Hunt,
commodore of Training Wing 6 at NAS
Pensacola, Fla. was the guest speaker.
VP-30's Commanding Officer Capt. Rich
Fite awarded NFO wings to: Ensigns Wyatt
Beyer, Ben Cordle, Tessa Demulder-Jones,
Kelly Mulvany and Bonnie Oquendo.
The recipients have completed 32 weeks
of the Undergraduate Maritime Flight
Officer syllabus, earning their wings. The
five NFOs will now enroll in VP-30's Fleet
Replacement Squadron syllabus for further
advanced training where they will enforce
their basic knowledge and learn the tacti-
cal operations of the P-3C Orion aircraft.
The advanced training will last six

months and upon their final graduation
from VP-30, they will report to various
operational patrol squadrons around the
country to begin their initial sea tour.
The NFO training pipeline begins with
Aviation Preflight Introduction (API)
instruction in Pensacola, where all avia-
tion officers undergo a classroom, syllabus
and are taught the basics of naval aviation
including courses such as aerodynamics,
meteorology and navigation principles.
After completing API, all student NFOs
then report for primary training at VT-10
or VT-4, also at NAS Pensacola. There they
put their classroom learning to the test and
are given initial airborne flight training in
the T-6A Texan II training aircraft which
they learn to fly and navigate.
Upon completion of primary flight train-
ing at NAS Pensacola, officers who are
selected for the P-3C training pipeline
report to VP-30 for further training while
officers selected for other aircraft either
remain in Pensacola or report to other
squadrons around the country.

VP-45 completes historic visit to South Africa

By Lt. Matt Tigrett

NAS Jacksonville based VP-45 recently
completed an eight-day detachment
to Cape Town, South Africa. During
this visit, operational missions were flown in
support of Task Group 60.5, a newly formed
task group that focuses on the Indian Ocean
coastline of Africa. The "Pelicans" of VP-45
also participated in Exercise Indunduma, a
combined naval training exercise focusing on
maritime security and safety.
The primary objective of the detachment
was to foster interoperability between U.S.
and South African forces. Additionally, the
detachment hoped to improve the stability
of the region, support international interests
in support of the global war on terror and
advance multinational interests throughout
South and East Africa.
The Pelicans were hosted by the 35
Squadron, a South African Air Force C-47
squadron. Each squadron conducted a train-
ing day that consisted of training lectures
on topics such as maritime patrol and recon-
naissance aircraft capabilities, C-47 capabili-
ties and the automatic identification system

(AIS). A C-47 static display with positional
briefs and crew responsibilities was also pro-
vided. Following the display and briefs the
VP-45 and 35 Squadron members and a group
of South African submariners indulged in a
traditional South African meal while promot-
ing a lasting rapport and camaraderie.
Exercise Indunduma was conducted in late
September with the South African Navy.
Participants included the destroyer USS
Forest Sherman, the South African frigate
Amatola, the South African diesel-electric
submarine Manthatisi; a South African C-
47 and a U.S. P-3 flown by VP 45's Combat
Aircrew Eight. Exercise missions included
coordinated antisubmarine warfare, surface
surveillance and control operations, a coordi-
nated search and rescue exercise, AIS demon-
strations and a photo exercise that included
all participants.
The detachment and exercise were a tre-
mendous success with significant. mutual ben-
efits. The South African Air Force was pro-
vided a first-hand look at P-3C operations and
expressed a strong desire to conduct future
engagements. Over the last four months of
their deployment, the Pelicans have partici-
pated in three detachments to Africa.

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6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 8, 2007

NAS Jax Food Locker

in need of donations

By Kaylee LaRocque
The NAS Jacksonville
Food Locker is con-
tinuing its year-
round mission to ensure
every military family
here who may need a lit-
tle help financially, gets
a nutritious holiday meal
for Thanksgiving and
The food locker program
helps Sailors and their
families who are in need by
collecting donations from
those who are able to give.
"The Food Locker pro-
gram is a great program,
because we are taking care
of our Sailors," explained
CMDCM(SW) Chris Green,
NAS Jax command mas-
ter chief, who oversees the
Base Food Locker program.
"It's all about Sailors
helping Sailors. People
donate items and we dis-
tribute food baskets to
those who need them.
Our biggest focus is dur-
ing the Thanksgiving and
Christmas holidays, but
food items are available
all year round. If someone
needs some assistance, they
just need to let their com-
mand master chief know
and we can make it hap-
To keep the food locker
stocked, donations are
needed throughout the
year. Donations can be any
non-perishable foods such
as canned goods or boxed
"We hope to make this
one our best seasons ever.
We need donations of boxes
of stuffing, canned green
beans, corn, yams, cranber-
ry sauce, instant mashed
potatoes and packaged
gravy for the holiday bags
we will be making up in
the next couple of weeks,"
said NAS Jax Food Locker
Manager RPCS(AW/FMF)
Steve Crowder.
"These bags will have
everything needed for a
complete holiday meal for
our military families who
might not be able to have
a traditional home-cooked
dinner. It's a time to help
out our shipmates," he
During the holiday sea-
son, food items are pack-
aged and distributed in
bags to those service mem-
bers who may need a little
extra help during the holi-
days. These bags contain
all the usual holiday fixings
and a coupon to pick up a
turkey at the base commis-
sary. The food locker main-
tains an account and all
donated funds go directly
into this account to pay for

the turkey vouchers.
To be eligible for these
holiday meals, families
must be selected by their
command master chief. A
list is sent to the food locker
personnel, the bags are cre-
ated and can then be picked
up by the command petty
officer in charge. Food items
are also available year-
round to families screened

by the Navy and Marine
Corps Relief Society, the
service member's command
master chief or the base
chaplain's office.
Donations can be made at
the NAS Jax Commissary
in the bins near the doors
or at Building 1, Room 242,
weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. For more information,
call 542-2934/4545.

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'Maulers' conduct last ride 1

By MUI(SW) Hendrick Dickson
USS Enterprise Public Affairs
The next carrier and air wing to
relieve USS Enterprise (CVN
65) and Carrier Air Wing
(CVW) 1 will be missing a valuable
asset in their arsenal. This is the
last combat deployment for the world
famous "Maulers" of VS-32 and their
aircraft, the S-3B Viking. The squad-
ron will disestablish in September
2008 after nearly 60 years.
When VS-32 disbands, it will be the
next to last Viking squadron in exis-
tence. As for the aircraft, the Viking
will be stored in the inventory, or "the
desert," to await its fate - whether it's
foreign military sales or being called
back to defend once again.
Homeported in Jacksonville, the
Maulers were commissioned in April
1950 flying the TBM Avenger and
based out of Norfolk, Va. In 1951,
the squadron moved to NAS Quonset
Point, R.I. VS-32 transitioned to the
Grumman S-2F Tracker in 1954. In
August 1975, VS-32 began flying the
S-3A Viking and in 1990 transitioned
to the S-3B Viking.
The S-3B is used for antisubmarine
and antisurface warfare, however it
can be equipped for mining, electronic
surveillance and also tanking, which
is its primary mission with CVW-1.
"Over the years they've been
tasked to do antisubmarine warfare,"
said VS-32 Command Master Chief
CMDCM(AW/SW) Adrian Andrews.
"Back in the Cold War days, they
would go out and hunt subs and
launch sonar buoys to track subma-
rines. Since then things have changed
in our society, we're pretty much a
tanking aircraft."
It is that ability that makes the
Maulers so valuable to Carrier Strike
Group 12's mission in the struggle
against violent extremists. CVW-1
aircraft are able to fly long range mis-
sions and know a Viking is standing
by in case it needs fuel.
But the Maulers aren't just limit-

ed to refueling fighters. Their long
range capability allows them to go
out and monitor the open seas like no
other, specifically when looking for
the enemy.
"We go out and survey the entire
ocean around the carrier," said
VS-32 Commanding Officer Cmdr.
Douglas Walker. "In the Gulf, a lot of
times you need to find a specific ship
- smugglers or what have you. The
Maulers can go out there and find it
for you. We can pretty much go any-
where in the Gulf."
According to Andrews, because the
new F-18E/F Super Hornets carry
more fuel, added to the fact that the
S-3.has been around for nearly 20
years, are the driving reasons the
Navy has decided to disestablish
the squadron. "It's been around for
awhile, the frame is pretty old," said
"The decision was made about seven
years ago," said Walker. "The biggest
mission facing us at that time was
over-land strikes. Nobody that is out
there can challenge the Navy in the
open ocean. So it made sense at the
However with change comes more
change. According to Walker, the
Chief of Naval Operations' new mis-
sion area is maritime dominance.
What better way to accomplish that
than with the Viking.
"The S-3 is the premiere maritime
dominance platform of the carrier,"

said Walker. "It has the best radar
for surface search to look for ships,
it has a great weapons systems and
it can stay airborne for a very long
time without refueling. I'm kind of
curious how the air wings are going to
respond," he continued. "In the past it
was easy, the S-3s provided you that.
Now, it'll have to be done differently.
I'm not saying it is impossible with
the air wing we have, but it won't be
as easy as it was with the S-3."
For the 168 Sailors assigned to the
Maulers, this deployment is bitter-
sweet. Many are looking forward to
the opportunity to move on to some-
thing different at the same time see-
ing their old aircraft put to rest will
be tough.
"It's a mix bag of emotions," said
Walker. "For one, generally when a
squadron disestablishes, Sailors have
a choice of orders to where they want
to go. So people are very excited. At
the same time, some of us have been
with the Viking for 15 years. I'm sad
to see it go away, because it is still a
very capable platform.
"But airplanes come and they go,"
continued Walker. "That's just the
normal progression of things. So I bet
most people will be excited to be work-
ing on a new airplane. As an aviator,
it will be nice to be able to sit in an
airplane and get that new car smell."
Whether it was conducting surveil-
lance missions or refueling fighters,
the Viking has played its part to help
establish the U.S. Navy as the most
powerful in the world. Who really
knows where its ultimate faith lies,
but one thing is for certain. For pilots
in the next air wing to relieve Big E,
things won't be the same.
"Ari F-18 launches off and goes into
country to put bombs on target," said
Andrews. "When he's getting ready
to come home and he looks down and
sees he's low on fuel. Knowing that
an S-3 is waiting there to pass fuel
to him is a very comfortable feeling.
It lets him know, 'hey, I'm going to
make it back home."'

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During a patrol mission, VP-62 located a high-speed
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Marine Corps Maj. Nathan Miller, No. 7 pilot of the Blue Angels, presents Brian Schneider,
catcher for Washington Nationals baseball team, a tape of his flight in one of the Blue Angels
F/A-18 Hornets after his flight. Sneider described his flight as amazing, intense and the cool-
est thing ever. The Blue Angels were in Jacksonville for the 2007 Sea & Sky Spectacular Nov.
2-4, celebrating the 232nd birthday of the United States Navy and honoring the men and
women who served and continue to wear the military uniform with pride.





Five-year old Daniel McCullum proudly shows his Blue Angels colors.

U.S. Marine Corps Silent Drill Team member Lance Cpl.
Brendan McGuire takes time after his performance to show
his rifle to a few fans.

NCC Dennis Franz talks to cadets Robert Zalenga, who will
be attending bootcamp in the fall, and Spencer Rutler from
Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps about Explosive
Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Navy Divers at the EOD/Deep
Sea Divers booth. Figueroa is assigned to Command, Navy
Expeditionary Combat Command out of Little Creek, VA.

Navy Recruiter, Operations Specialist 2nd Class Connery Earl,
talks to an airshow fan during the 2007 Sea & Sky Spectacular
about his experience in the Navy. Earl is assigned to Navy
Recruit Station West Jacksonville.

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Crowds check out the tents and booths at the 2007 Sea & Sky Spectacular.


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

The United States Navy Flight Demonstration Team, The Blue Angels, wows the crowds gathered at Jacksonville Beach last weekend.




By MC2 Brian Smarr
Fleet Public Affairs Center Southeast Det Mayport
More than 400,000 Jacksonville
residents packed Jacksonville
Beach Nov. 2-4 to watch the 2007
Jacksonville Sea & Sky Spectacular, co-
sponsored by NS Mayport, the City of
Jacksonville and the Beaches. Spectators
witnessed spectacular displays of both
civilian and military aircraft and a Navy
and Marine Corps amphibious assault.
Hundreds of Sailors from NS Mayport
and its tenant commands volunteered as
ground crew, manning booths and provid-
ing overall support for the event.
NS Mayport Commanding Officer Capt.
Aaron Bowman said that the weekend's air
show was one of the best that he had ever
been to and he was proud of Mayport's par-
ticipation in the event.
Base volunteers helped man numerous
booths during the event. "The volunteers
have been amazing," said Mayport USO
Director Wendy Pollack. "Commands like
HSL-44 have really stepped up to the
plate to help out with this event. It has
been one of the most successful air shows

* that we have participated in. We worked
with HSL-44, HSL-40, NAVSTA, Air Ops,
Harbor Ops and the Coast Guard sector.
The ground crew was amazing too. All
the Sailors really worked hard to keep the
event clean and fun. They were courteous
and I never heard them complain."
The three-day event included demonstra-
tions by the skydiving teams, the Black
Daggers and Red Devils, aerobatic per-
formances by Gene Soucy and wingwalk-
er Teresa Stokes, Patty Wagstaff in her
Goodrich Extra 260, Matt Chapman in his
Embry-Riddle Eagle 580, the Red Baron
Pizza Squadron, the Red Eagles and the
Starfighters F-104 Demo Team. Military
aircraft demonstrations included the S-3B
Viking, HSL search and rescue, U.S. Coast
Guard, F-4, F-16 Fighting Falcon, F-15
FANG, P-3 Orion, EA-6B and the Heritage
Flight (F-16, F-4 and P-51.)
The show concluded each day as the
Navy's Flight Demonstration Team, The
Blue Angels wowed the crowd performing
their precise, daring maneuvers over the
beaches area.
Next year's air show will be held at NAS
Jacksonville in October 2008.

The crowd watches as a C-130 performs a fly-by during the Sea & Sky Spectacular.

The Blue Angels buzz the beach in their signature Delta formation.

The Red Baron team flew their fully restored
vintage Stearman biplanes in formation. These
planes were originally built between 1941 and
1943, and acquired by the Red Baron Squadron
in 1979. They restored the biplanes and used
them to tow promotional banners for Red Baron

The Black Daggers, the United States Army
Special Operations Command Parachute
Demonstration Team, and The Red Devils,
the Parachute Regiment Freefall Team from
the British Army, join together to fly for the
crowd. The landing area was just north of the
Jacksonville Beach Pier.

The Blue Angels, the feature act for the
Sea & Sky Spectacular, always draws a crowd
for every performance. This was their last road
performance for the 2007 season. Next week,
they will return to their home base in Pensacola
for their season-ender.


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When depression strikes ...

By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
It is a condition most often associat-
ed with middle-aged men (ages 40-
55). Some have called this experience
the "mid-life crisis." However, it is no
respecter of persons or age groups. It is
not confined to particular genders and is
not necessarily limited by age.
It can be a time in anyone's
life when one experiences the
pain that comes along with
unfulfilled dreams. Perhaps one
feels forced to admit that he/
she has only a limited amount
of control over the particular
conditions and circumstances
that surround them. It is a time
in life when reality denies and ~,
defies the ideals one had estab-
The conditions just described Cha
can be simply defined as hav- (Lt.) Joe
ing a bad bout of depression. The symp-
toms are a loss of hope, a low level of moti-
vation, lack of energy and sometimes an
exhausting battle of mental games. The
inner struggle usually brings up a bunch of
unanswered questions.
The biggest question is typically: Why?
The struggle with depression can bring
about a dark and dismal personal dispo-
sition that can immobilize one mental-
ly, emotionally and physically. In acute
circumstances a person can even become
physically ill. Whether for a moment, a
month or years at a time, anyone of us can
experience depression.
I am not a mental health specialist nor
do I have advanced degrees in clinical
counseling. Our Fleet and Family Support
Center and Naval Hospital Jacksonville
have access to outstanding referral resourc-
es that can provide invaluable support
through the trying times posed by depres-
sion. By all means we should use all the
good resources made available to us.
As a chaplain, I seek to provide a faith-
oriented option in confronting depression.
When we cannot get the answers to the
questions, when we cannot realize our
goals, when the "real" destroys our "ide-
als," when we ask in despair "where is God
in all of this?" and when times are simply
unjust. You see, depression can destroy


the myth of the old cliche "when things
get tough the tough get going" because
there are times, my friends, that there
is no more toughness left! It is precisely
in those moments that an unconditional,
unadulterated faith in God must be exer-
cised (along with other good resources).
Perhaps I can best relate this through a
personal experience and what
I learned from it. When our
older son was four years old, he
*, underwent a series of elaborate
Surgeries. During that process I
found myself gradually sinking
into a depressive state. I sought.
help. A gifted hospital chaplain,
., s. plus the support and prayers
of people that loved my family,
taught me a few good things
about exercising my faith in the
midst of depression. I learned
)lain that:
Molina 1. God's knowledge is compre-
hensive. I believe in a sovereign God. I can
try but I cannot fully discern the mind of
God. I need to trust that God knows more
than I do and I need to superimpose my
faith over the circumstances that surround
me. It is an active faith which calls me to
act upon those things over which I have
some measure of control. Ultimately, my
faith compels me to trust in the eternal
knowledge and integrity of the divine and
majestic being who is never surprised nor
does he/she take naps. God's knowledge is
2. Gods time is the right time. God pos-
sesses the eternal calendar and God is
always right on time. To put it in biblical
terms: "In the fullness of time," God acts.
The God I believe in has a history of acting
at the right time. The almighty has inter-
vened in history and still answers prayers.
God has dealt with and wants to deal with
me and with you. And, when the fullness of
time comes ...
3. God's grace is sufficient. I have learned
that in the midst of personal anguish,
grief, loss and depression God will use
the circumstances to shape a person of
faith. Much like the potter forms the clay,
God can and will use his grace to create a
new work in our lives. The result can be
a maturity born in strife and nurtured to
strength by the hand of God.

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"Sacrifices are made everyday for our freedom."


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Photos by MC3 Harry Rucker III
AWl Jeffery Cokley of VP-5 explains the basics of antisubma-
rine warfare to a group of visiting students from Jacksonville.

Lt. j.g. James Yach, assigned to the "Mad Foxes" of VP-5, explains how the turbo propeller
engines function on a P-3C Orion aircraft to a group of visiting students and their parents
Oct. 25. VP-5 hosted the students who were on a field trip with the Christian Home Schoolers
Achieving Maximum Potential (CHAMPS) as part of a community relations project.

By MC3(AW) Harry Rucker III
The "Mad Foxes" of VP-5 hosted a field
trip for local students around the
Jacksonville area Oct. 25. The stu-
dents were a part of the group Christian
Home Schoolers Achieving Maximum
Potential (CHAMPS) and were eager to learn
about the P-3C Orion aircraft wand the Mad
Fox mission of antisubmarine Warfare.
VP-5 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Reggie
Howard welcomed the children and opened
with a lesson on how teamwork is essential
in the P-3C's mission. The children were then
given a tour inside the P-3C where each sta-
tion operator gave a description of his or her



duties and equipment on the aircraft.
All the children made a point to sit in the
pilot's seat and to look out the open emer-
gency hatch in the flight station. "It was obvi-
ously the most popular part of the aircraft!"
exclaimed Lt. Sarah Ward, who taught the
students about the basic operations of the
flight station.
AWl Jeffery Cokely was very happy to see
children interested in the aircraft and was
even more thrilled to be able to tell them
about it as he volunteered to help out with
the static display of the P-3C.
VP-5 regularly hosts community relation
projects as well as volunteers out in the com-

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Donate retires after 30 years service

From CNATTU ]ax
The Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training
Unit (CNATTU) Jacksonville's Senior Enlisted
Leader AFCM(AW) Pedro Donate retired with 30
years of faithful naval service Oct. 19 at the VP-30 audi-
Retired CMDCM(AW/NAC) Jerry Williams served as
the master of ceremonies. Guest speakers were Capt.
Scott Dueker, former commanding officer of VP-5 and
Pedro Donate Jr.
Dueker spoke about what a great leader and friend
Donate was during their tour together and his son spoke
about the admiration he has for his father.
Donate, a native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, enlisted in
the Navy Nov. 1, 1977 and completed basic training at
Recruit Training Center Orlando in April 1978. His first
sea duty assignment was on board USS Chicago (CG-11)
at NAS North Island, Calif.
In December 1979, after decommissioning USS Chicago,
he received orders to the Pre-Commissioning Unit for
USS Arkansas (CGN-41) in Norfolk, Va. After completion
of Aviation Structural Mechanic "A" School in November
1982, Donate transferred to the "Aces" of VF-171 at NAS
Key West, Fla.
His next assignment was with the "Fire Birds" of VAQ-
33 also at Key West until December 1990 when he received
orders to the "Sandy Men" of VQ-2 at NS Rota, Spain. In
January 1994, he reported to the "Black Ravens" of VAQ-
135 at NAS Whidbey Island, Wash. followed by a tour
with the "Lancers" of VAQ-131.
In July 1997, Donate received orders to the Bureau of
Naval Personnel, Washington D.C. and in August 1998, he
transferred to Naval Personnel Command in Millington,
Tenn. Donate was then assigned to the "Mad Foxes" of
VP-5 at NAS Jacksonville. In December 2003, he received
orders to CNATTU Jacksonville where he first served as
chief petty officer in charge of Maintenance Training Unit
1011 and then as the senior enlisted leader of the com-
During the retirement ceremony, Donate received many
letters of appreciation from past and current presidents,

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governors, mayors and members of the service for his
contributions to this country. NAS Jacksonville Command
Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green also presented
Donate with a personalized gift to welcome him as the
newest "Master Chief Petty Officer of the Porch."
"I would like to thank everyone for all the hard work
and time they contributed to this ceremony for sending a
shipmate home for the final time. I will miss the Navy

Photo courtesy of CNATTU lax ,
Green (left) presents AFCM(AW) Pedro Donate with a retire-'

but I will miss my shipmates and friends the most," said: i- -'
Donate. /
Donate will continue to reside in Orange Park with
his wife. They have two children, Pedro and Jonathan.
Pedro Donate Jr. is pursuing an engineering degree at the
University of South Florida in Tampa and IT2 Jonathan
Pedro is following in his dad's footsteps and is serving at
NS Yokosuka, Japan.

Initial aviati
By Jena Stephenson
Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training PAO

The Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training (CNATT) has
announced that all aviation electri-
cian's mate, aviation structural mechanic,
aviation electronics technician and avia-
tion machinist's mate "A" school train-
ing will be relocated to the Naval Air
Technical Training Center (NATTC) in
Pensacola, Fla.

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Ucanquit2.org is the offi-
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Department of Defense.
The mission of the site is to
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"We encourage everyone
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tree, reads Leaf
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S'As I thought about what
"�'to talk about to this par-
ticular group of Sailors, all
stellar, all achieving good
success and obviously being
recognized, I think every-
one in this room has that
part figured out. Why else
would you be here. You also
understand about being
motivated and making solid
contributions to your com-
mand and your community
,:m. as well as being squared
away in your appearance
and conduct," said Hay.
i "So I thought I would dis-
2 cuss the subject of leader-
*ship.; We are all affected by
l."leadership, it's a key ele-
ment of what makes us suc-
cessful in the Navy. Every
one of us has had examples
of poor leadership in our
. careers," continued Hay.
'"However, I also know
that there are leaders who
inspire, motivate, energize
and unite us Along the way
they gain our loyalty and
increase the desire in us to
achieve positive and lasting
Hay discussed 10 ways
.:rules that were illustrated
.'in Toastmaster Magazine,
..'oh how to be that type of
Zrader. These 10 rules are:
ve more than you expect
h.ers o give; find opti-
rsism and perseverance; see
-'M.pryone as a diamond in
?'tf l rough; express appre-
-:Ciation and accept respon-
sibility; keep your ego in
:h0ck; show respect for the
:people around you; treat
your co-workers like family;
be a source of inspiration;
stress cooperation, not com-
petition and finally, main-
tain a sense of humor," said

Rich Hay of Com-
mander, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing
Eleven discusses the
elements of being
a good leader dur-
ing the Sailor of the
Quarter luncheon at
the NAS jax Officers'
Club Oct. 30. Hay
was the guest speaker
for the event.

He then went on to elabo-
rate on each of these rules.
"Today's Navy is full of
challenges. We are asked
to do more these days than
we have ever be asked to in
the past and we are doing
it despite our numbers
decreasing and our resourc-
es becoming more valuable
and tough to come by. We
have Sailors deploying as
individual augmentees, we
have longer deployments
and we are serving more
often- to fight the global
war on terrorism," he stat-
ed. "Arnd, we are asked to
face these new tasks and
still get our everyday tasks
done. But there is always a
silver lining to every situ-
ation, we just have to find
After Hay completed his
speech, guests lined up at
the buffet tables for a tra-
ditional Polynesian meal.
Following lunch, each of
the SOQs were called to the
front of the room to receive
their award envelope
which contained a letter
of recognition, $50 savings
bond courtesy of VyStar
Credit Union, a 10 percent
gift card from the Navy
Some randomly selected
Sailors also received tickets

for two to an upcom-
ing Jacksonville Jaguars
game courtesy of the NAS
Jax USO, tickets to the
SunCruz Casino boat and
two free nights at a Quality
"I think it's nice. I think
it's a good solution for those
Sailors who. say they want
more recognition for what
they do. It's a good way to
show us that we are doing
a good job. Sometimes
we don't realize it until
someone points it out,"
remarked AW2(AW/NAC)
David Daniel of the Rescue
Swimmer School.
"I wouldn't be here today
without the leadership and
guidance of all the people
I work with. I've only been
here a little over a year and
have learned so much from
them," added MAl Barion
Haywood of the NAS Jax
Security Department.
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notify all commands of the
upcoming deadlines for
next quarter's SOQ lists via
e-mail. The next SOQ lun-
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NAS Jacksonville
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
MA1 Barion Haywood
Sailor of the Quarter
MA2 Angela Watson
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AC3 Patrick Nichols
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
ACAN Eddie Rodriguez
Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Eleven
Junior Sailor of the Quarter,
OS2 Togar Parham (Sea)
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
NC1 Jennifer Thomas
Navy Band Southeast
Sailor of the Quarter
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Fleas: tiny bugs that

can cause big problems

By Capt. Maggie Palopoli, VMD
NAS Jax Veterinary Treatment Facility
Fleas are a problem throughout most of the coun-
try and the world, but Floridians have to be par-
ticularly vigilant when it comes to protecting their
pets. We live in a relatively
moist climate and we don't ( -!
get many good flea-killing
frosts during the winter
months. The worst time of , l-
year is autumn when flea
populations reach their
peak. The key to good flea
control involves treating
both the animal and the
First, I'll start with a
little background informa-
tion about fleas. All of the
immature flea stages, which
are the eggs, larvae, and
pupae, live in the environ-
ment. Fleas in the pupal
stage, which is the stage just /'
before becoming a mature
adult, can remain dormant
for up to one year! When
the pupa senses vibrations,
such as a dog walking by,
it will emerge as a mature
adult and jump onto the dog.
Once the adult flea jumps j )
onto your pet, it will usually
remain on the same animal \
for its entire life.
Beyond causing general
annoyance to you and your pets, fleas can cause more seri-
ous problems. They may carry diseases that can be trans-
mitted to you pets, such as tapeworms and Bartonella.
Bartonella is the organism that causes cat scratch disease
in humans. Many pets are extremely sensitive to flea
bites, and it may only take one or two bites to cause a
more severe skin reaction known as flea allergy dermati-
Treatment and prevention of a flea infestation starts
with killing the adult fleas that are living on your pets.
The safest and most effective flea preventatives are the
ones sold by veterinarians. The most popular products
available are applied once a month onto the skin on the
back of the neck for cats and between the shoulder blades
for dogs.
Be sure to wait one to two days before or one to two
days after giving a bath to apply the flea prevention.

Regular baths will also help with the removal of fleas
and help your pet feel better. Use a soap-free, hypoaller-
genic, moisturizing shampoo
that is labeled for dogs and
S' cats. Once the shampoo has
been lathered over the entire
_ thoroughly rinsing.
\, iTreating the environment
\\ also plays a crucial -part in
treatment and prevention
of fleas. The first step is
C.i diligent vacuuming in your
home. Don't forget to clean
under furniture, as well as
the furniture itself, base-
board areas, and all carpeted
W / surfaces. Having a profes-
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also be very helpful in elimi-
nating the flea eggs and lar-
vae that are hiding down in
your carpets. Clean all pet
bedding, area rugs, and floor
mats in the washing machine
or with hot water if they can
only be spot cleaned.
Now we have taken care of
basic cleaning strategies, it
is time to treat the environ-
ment with insecticides and/
or insect growth regulators.
You may want to have a pro-
fessional perform the treatments because they often last
longer than the do-it-yourself treatments.
Although the majority of products available are not
toxic, it is very important to follow the manufacturer's
directions carefully and keep children and pets away
from treated areas until the product has completely dried.
When treating your yard, focus on areas of tall vegetation,
under decks, and any shaded areas where your pet spends
a good deal of time. Flea larvae are sensitive to heat
and dryness, which means they will not develop in sun-
exposed areas of the yard.
Flea infestations are annoying, time-consuming, and
expensive. Your best defense is prevention. It is true that
the monthly flea preventatives are relatively expensive
products, but they are worth every penny when protecting
your pets and preventing your home from becoming a flea

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Eliminate 'bu

now, pay later' mindset

By FLTCM(SW/SS) Rick West
U.S. Fleet Forces Command
T he holiday season is quickly
Approaching, and many of you will
just now start making financial
choices with repercussions that could last
long after the holiday decorations come
down . . . and for some, a life-
If you spend money like there
is no tomorrow, I hate to tell
you, but tomorrow will be here
before you know it! Tomorrow
comes in the form of large cred-
it card bills, bigger monthly
: payments on existing debt, and
the potential abandonment of
savings plans because you mis-
calculated to plan for the added
bills. FLTCM
I spend a lot of time advising Rick
"j you on financial health. One of
my many professional aspirations is to
improve the financial health of every Sailor
in the fleet.
Here's what I urge you to ask yourself:
- If you don't have enough money saved up
for the holidays this year, and know you
will dig yourself further in debt because of
it, what makes you think you'll be in better
financial shape 10 months from now when
the next holiday season is upon us?
Honestly, the odds are you'll be worse
off than last year because statistics indi-
cate most of us spend more than we make.
Thus, the slippery slope to financial trou-
ble gets steeper and steeper. Fortunately,
there is potential hope . . . but it takes a


plan and some discipline.
Let's start with a question. What is
financial health? The question, while sim-
ple, is not easily answered. It's not just
a measure of how much money you have
in your wallet or your savings account.
Moreover, it's a measure of your entire
financial world, a financial
world that began as soon as you
entered the workforce (which
could be as early as 16 year old
" H for some of you).
Financial institutions gauge
your financial health by con-
sulting your credit report and
then assigning you a score.
Your credit report is like a life-
time record of your spending
I and payment history. It also
SW/SS) determines your borrowing
Vest power.

When lenders review your
credit report, there are four areas of focus:
credit, net worth, assets, and economy.
Obviously, your credit is the primary focal
point. It represents your ability to keep
your promise to make payments on time.
If you have not reviewed your credit
report, you should. It is not just avail-
.able to lenders; you have a right to review
it. There are companies that offer reports
from one or all three of the major credit
reporting bureaus. Contact your command
financial advisor, talk with your division/
department leading chief petty officer, your
financial advisor or your bank or credit
union for more information on obtaining
your report.

Here are a few common sense credit tips
that might help you pare down your debt
this year and put you in a better position
to enjoy this year's holiday season:
* Make bill payments as early as pos-
sible. Try to never make a late payment.
* Close any accounts that you do not use.
Having too many revolving credit lines
open actually hurts your credit score. Also,
dormant accounts are susceptible to identi-
ty .theft, particularly by someone using an
account that you don't routinely monitor.
* Obtain more credit only if you spend
less each month than your take home pay.,
* Only borrow within your means.
* Try to pay more than just the interest
on your credit accounts. Paying down the
principle is the only way to get to the fin-
ish line.
The above is not an all-inclusive list. If
you live payday to payday, without saving
any of your money, I'm betting there are
other ways you can help yourself. First,
work up a budget and then live by it. Every
budget analyst suggests you pay yourself
first, and then work up the rest.
Unfortunately, I think many of you think
that means pay your bills, and then spend
all the rest. That's not the point. The goal
of a budget is to illustrate your spending
habits and then help you develop a plan
to save, pay your bills, and still have some
money to enjoy life.
Shipmates, keep in mind that in all of

your formal schooling and training, most
of you have never had any formal school-
ing on financial health. For most of us, we
learn as we go, making lots of mistakes.
Let me tell you, the older you get, and
the more senior you become, the penalties
for not paying attention to your financial
health become more painful. Now is the
time for you to devote time and energy to
making sure you are fully in control of your
financial future.
The holiday season can lose its luster
if you can't afford to purchase nice gifts,
go on leave, or treat yourself or family to
something special. Preparing for the holi-
days starts early, not in November.
If you set a reasonable savings goal
today, you just might smile a little more in
the months to come. Good luck and if you
have questions about your financial health,
contact your Chief, your command finan-
cial specialist and or the Navy Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC). FFSC has
trained professionals and the resources to
help you get back on the road to financial
Did you know that debt is the number
one reason personnel lose their security
clearance and thereby lose their job.
Fleet tip: If you have never been to FFSC
to see what they offer I recommend you do.
They are there to help!
Keeping charging and keep up the great
work! Stay healthy, stay fit, stay Navy.

Chaplains build

teams at NS Mayport

By MC2(AW/SW) Leah Stiles
Fleet Public Affairs Center
Detachment Southeast

N AS Jacksonville medical
personnel participated in
a team-building workshop
Oct. 25 at NS Mayport.
The workshop, conducted by the
; Chaplain's Religious Enrichment
Development Operation (CREDO),
,t is designed to enhance readiness
and team cohesiveness by trans-
i forming attitudes, feelings and
relationships. Participants learn
the four qualities of effective
groups: communication, coopera-
tion, trust and fun.
"In a war zone, you have to
know that you can trust the man
next to you with your life," said
\ RP2 Erick Antonio. "This work-
.- shop builds that kind of trust and
: camaraderie."
- The group participated in
a variety of character building

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Photos by MC2(AW/SW) Leah Stiles
NAS Jacksonville medical person-
nel participate in a team-building
workshop facilitated by Chaplain's
Religious Enrichment Development
Operation chaplains at NS Mayport
Oct. 25.
know each other better, become
familiar with their perspective
strengths, blind spots and areas
that need improvement. The team
learns both individual personality
types as well the team's personal-
ity type.
"This is about coming together
as a team," said CREDO Chaplain
(Lt.) Rickey Bennett. "A stronger

NAS Jacksonville medical personnel :i
head to the beach to participate in
a game to promote team camrade-
re during the workshop.
this team-building workshop to
all military teams in the region.
Contact Bennett at 270-6958, Ext.
1603 for more information.
Lt. Rickey Bennett, Chaplain's
Religious Enrichment Development - J&"
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Jacksonville medical personnel in . --
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closely aligned with their Navy jobs and training," said
Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. John Harvey.
The Navy is funding approximately 14,000-16,000 cre-
dentials this year. The Navy may issue a pre-paid voucher
or reimburse costs associated with credential exams, as
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A unique performance

Photos by AT2(AW) Andrew Bryson
Members of the talented "Sideswipe," a martial arts performance team, demonstrate
their moves at the NAS Jax Navy Exchange (NEX) Oct. 31. Sideswipe was created by
Matt Mullins in 2002 and has performed around the country. The group performed two
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Photo by AT2(AW) Andrew Bryson

YAC to launch Fit Factor program

From MWR Marketing
The U.S. Navy Child and Youth
Programs are launching Fit Factor,
a new youth fitness initiative that
encourages physical activity, healthy eat-
ing selections and rewards youth between
the ages of 16-18 years old for their
efforts. Fit Factor will stimulate inter-
est and awareness of the importance of
healthy lifestyle choices and encourage
youth to get up, get out and get fit!
The goal of the Fit Factor program is to
encourage healthy choices and teach youth
to value their lives. Being healthy and fit
will put youth in touch with their bodies,
increase their self esteem and help them
establish the desire to set personal goals.
The most important aspects of any exercise
program is that it be fun! Fit Factor is an
exciting Web- based program that rewards
youths for being active and making healthy
choices everyday.
Fit Factor offers five exciting levels for

youth to complete as they participate in
any physical activity. The Fit Factor levels
are: energy, strength, agility, adventure
and endurance. Prizes will be awarded to
youth as they accomplish each new level.
In addition to having fun, winning prizes
and getting fit, Fit Factor also encourages
youth to:
* Be physical active for at least 60 min-
utes each day
* Make healthy eating habits
* Include friends and family participa-
tion in fun physical activities and games.
* Limit the amount of screen time (TV
and computer)
* Adopt healthy exercise routines, includ-
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time activities
Fit Factor will be launched Navy-wide
this month. Contact or visit the Youth
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displays his talents during a special
bike stunt show at the NAS jax Navy
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has won two silver medals at the "X"
games, competing in the BMX Flatland,
performed numerous stunts for the
audience. "This was a really cool show,"
said 7-year-old Louis Delcore. "It was
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to Daniel Rogers ,Nov. 2. The Jaguars are donating $5 for each ticket sold through the ITT offices at NAS Jax, NS Mayport
and NSB Kings Bay, Ga. to the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS). "The Jacksonville Jaguars, and specifically own-
ers Wayne and Delores Weaver, have always been bery supportive of the military members and their families in this area.
This is just another example of them reaching out to our community," said NAS Jax NMCRS Director Dave Faraldo. "All the
money donated will go to helping Sailors and Marines and their families. We are very excited about this partnership with the
Jacksonville jaguars and hope this becomes an annual event." The ITT still has tickets available. For more information, call

$10 per person
Departs Liberty Cove at
3:30 p.m.

Movie in the Yard featuring
Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Barracks Courtyard
Free popcorn, sodas, and

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

Nov. 17, 5 p.m. - Scarface
Part 1 (R)
Nov. 17, 7 p.m. - Scarface
Part 2 (R)
Nov. 23, 7 p.m. - Rescue
Dawn (PG-13)
Nov. 23, 5 p.m. - Nancy
Drew (PG)
Nov. 23, 7 p.m. - Who's
Your Caddy (PG-13)
Nov. 30, 7 p.m. - The
Simpson's Movie


For more information on

green fee.
Nov. 20 for active duty.
Today and Nov. 22 for
retirees and Department of
Defense personnel.

Turkey Trot Killer
Nov. 21, 12:30 p.m. shotgun
$40 entry fee,
$50 civilian guest


For information on booking
command or private func-


Call 788-9772 for more

Team Rootberry Show
(athletic, comedic juggling)
Nov. 15, 5 p.m., Free
At the Youth Center

Military Family
Appreciation Carnival
Nov. 17

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - I Know the golf course, call 542- tions at the O'Club or T- 11 a.m. - 2p.m.
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Saturday, 5 p.m. - Harry 542-2936. Club main office, 542-3041.
Potter Order of the Phoenix Holiday Camp Registration
(PG-13) Military Appreciation Days T-Bar Social Hours a C R e t i
Saturday, 7 p.m. - Tank at NAS Jax Golf Club Monday - Friday, 3 - 7 p.m. Packets are currently avail-
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From the USO
Editor's Note: The NAS Jax USO will be
closed Nov. 12 for Veterans Day.
Support San Diego shipmates
The NAS Jax USO is a drop-off loca-
tion for gift cards to help ease the finan-
cial burden some military families are fac-
ing due to the San Diego area fires. Gift
cards of value for Target, Wal-Mart, Navy
Exchange and military commissaries will
be accepted and forwarded on.
Orlando Magic
'Seats for Soldiers' free tickets
Orlando Magic vs. Charlotee Bobcats
- Nov. 23, 7 p.m. at the Amway Arena in
Orlando. "Seats for Soldiers" is a partner-
ship between the Orlando Magic and the
Greater Jacksonville Area USO, in which
free tickets are given to active duty mili-
tary and their families for specific games.
Requests for tickets are now being accept-
ed and will be distributed the week of Nov.
19. Visit www.usojax.org to download a
ticket request form. Fax the ticket request
form to 241-0463.
Free buffet at Golden Corral
A free buffet for active duty and veter-
an's is being offered at all Golden Corral
restaurants nationwide Nov. 12 from 5-9
p.m. A new component of this year's event
is an essay contest open to anyone who has
served or has a parent who has served in
the military. Essays of 1,000 words or less

Southeast Public Affairs -
The Sailors Aweigh program is a part-
nership of the Jaguars Foundation,
USO and U.S. Navy through the
Navy Region Southeast bases at NAS
Jacksonville, NS Mayport and NSB Kings
Bay, Ga. The program began during the
S1997 Jacksonville Jaguars football season
to benefit Navy children with a parents)
on deployment.
The Sailors Aweigh program allows these
families to enjoy a family day together dur-
ing a challenging time of being separated
from a parent who is at sea or a post far
from home. This unique program provides
Southeast Region Navy children and their
families a complimentary seat to a Jaguars
home game, including transportation, a T-*
shirt and "Jag Dollars" for the children for
food or merchandise. The USO and naval
base personnel at NAS Jacksonville, NS
Mayport and NSB Kings Bay help coordi-_.
nate the program..
The Sailors Aweigh program is part
of the Jaguars Foundation's Charitable
Seating Program, which makes more than
11,000 seats available annually to chari-

should explain why the entrant is proud of
their service or that of their parents. Three
prizes, starting at $1,000, will be awarded
to further the winners' educations. For
more information, visit http://www.golden-
Daytona 500 Experience
The Daytona 500 Experience "The offi-
cial attraction of NASCAR," is celebrating
Armed Forces Month during November by
offering free admission to all members of
the military. Family members who attend
with the military ID holder receive $10 off
the admission price. For more information,
visit www.daytona500experience.com.
Jacksonville University
Athletes in Action
Free tickets are available at the USO on
a first come, first serve basis for the follow-
ing events:
JU vs. Georgia Southern Women's
Basketball - Tomorrow
JU vs. Butler Football, Saturday
Pal Day
Mark your calendars for the 50th anni-
versary of USO Pal Day in St. Augustine
Dec. 1. Pal Day is an annual appreciation
event in which many St. Augustine attrac-
tions offer free admission to active duty
military and their families. The Elks Lodge
also provides a free lunch.
For more information about the USO and
the programs it offers, call 778-2821.

table organizations that are doing com-
mendable work in the greater Jacksonville
The Sailors Aweigh program is open to
all Southeast Region Navy children ages
seven through 16 whose family member
is currently or about to be deployed. All
youths who participate must agree to
abstain from illegal drugs, alcohol, and
tobacco products.
Many youths have never seen a live
professional football game. Working
with the USO, participating youths and
adults receive a special Sailors Aweigh
T-shirt, are assigned their own seating
section in the North End Zone and are
visited by members of the ROAR cheer-
leaders and the team's mascot, Jaxson De
Ville. Complimentary bus transportation
is provided to and from each of the three
naval bases. In 2002, an anonymous donor
helped enhance this program by providing
hunaing to provide "Jag Dollars" to the par-
ticipatiig children for food/merchandise.
For more information, call the NAS Jax
Sailors Aweigh Coordinator HM1 Roy
Streicher at 542-7887/7528 or go to www.

Jacksonville Jaguars tickets on sale at the USO

From the USO

T ,he Greater Jacksonville Area USO
has released the new rules and sale
schedule regarding the sale of USO
Jaguars tickets. You may pick up one of
the brochures at the NAS Jax or Mayport
office. Yoti may also find the brochure on
our Web site, www.usojax.org, to down-
load, print and fold for easy reference.
Since the Jacksonville Jaguar inaugu-
ral season, the Greater
Jacksonville Area USO
has sold Jaguars tickets to
each home game at mini-
mal cost. The Jacksonville
Jaguars generosity is not
duplicated by any other
NFL team. The tickets are
for the express purpose of
providing active duty mili-
tary personnel and their families the abil-
ity to enjoy an NFL game at a reasonable
This year, the USO is broadening the
ability for commands to purchase bulk tick-
ets for command-sponsored events. Last
year, commands were only authorized to
request 25 tickets to individual games.
This year, there is no restriction on the
number of tickets a command may request.
Specific details on the method of request-
ing command sponsored tickets are includ-
ed in the ticket sale guideline brochure

He's got a cold nose,
a warm heart, and
eyes for two.
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Foundation for the Blind has been
providing guide dogs free of charge
to blind people seeking increased
mobility, independence, and the
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located on our Web site, www.usojax.org.
Additionally. the USO is lifting the restric-
tion imposed last year which did not allow
single military personnel to take a civilian
The USO asks for everyone's support
to ensure tickets are not resold to ineli-
gible individuals. This is a good program
and a great opportunity for those current-
ly serving in uniform and their families.
Uniforms are not required for admittance.
RW WI. Retired military personnel,
Civil service personnel and
civilians are not authorized
entry to any Jaguars game
through the use of a USO
The cost of the USO tick-
et is $8 per ticket, regard-
- T ...... less of age. Individual tick-
ets go on sale two Mondays
prior to the game, or two Tuesdays prior to
the game if Monday is a holiday. The NAS
Jacksonville USO will open its doors at 8
am for ticket sales and the Mayport Center
will open its doors at 9 am for ticket sales

as follows:
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By Beth Wiruth
Special Contributor

Are you in the midst of deployment,
facing an upcoming deployment or
in the glow of homecoming? Have
you noticed that you are experiencing some
emotional changes or challenges?
You are not alone. Many seasoned mili-
tary spouses are familiar with something
called the 'emotional cycle of deployment.'
First identified by Navy spouse, Kathleen
Vestal-Logan, the emotional cycle of deploy-
ment identifies the seven emotional stages
military spouses experience during the pre-
deployment, deployment and post-deploy-
ment periods. Understanding this phenom-
enon will help you and your Sailor to identify
the stages and effectively maneuver through
This week we will look at the two stages of
this cycle that take place in the 'pre-deploy-
ment' phase of deployment readiness and
tips for successful navigation through them.
Before we begin it is interesting to note that
whether you are on a 'boomer' experiencing a
'shorter' cruise, a surface fleet deployment or
even TAD orders for school this phenomenon
affects us all to some degree.
Stage one, anticipation of loss, can start
as early as six weeks prior to deployment.
Spouses can experience moodiness or depres-
sion, even irritability. Couples may experi-
ence unusual bickering and there can begin
an emotional distance as couples start to
prepare for separation. During this time it is
natural to wonder how you will get through
deployment alone. It is natural to worry
about the safety of your Sailor. It is natural
to wonder if you can make it through deploy-
ment and face the unknown without your
Men and women experience this phase
differently. As women ponder the upcoming
separation we tend to want to spend more
time with our husbands. We want to make
memories and in essence 'fill up our love
tanks" during this time.
Men, on the other hand begin to withdraw-
al. One Sailor stated, "It is easier to pull
away in the early on so it doesn't hurt so
deeply on the day we leave." For Sailors the
weeks prior to leaving are filled with moving
aboard and long hours of readiness prepara-

Take time during these two stages to con-
nect with the family support group. Take
part in all pre-deployment nights or work-
shops that are available to you - even if
you are a 'seasoned' spouse. Look for those
relationships that will be a support to you
during deployment. Take steps to build those
relationships if they are not in place. Contact
your Fleet and Family Support Center or
ombudsman for any suggestions and infor-
mation on available groups. Church groups
and other social groups can also offer impor-
tant relationships. Make sure you know who
your ombudsman is and get on her email
tree and newsletter list.
Keep talking to your spouse. Talk about
decisions you may face in their absence.
These questions can include things from
where to get the car repaired to spending
plans, to emergency plans. Having these con-
versations can help you feel more prepared
to handle their absence, especially if this is
your first deployment.
Stage two, detachment and withdrawal,
usually takes place in the last week before
deployment. Spouses sometimes experience
fatigue. Sailors are busy moving aboard,
often spending longer hours on the ship/boat
and begin to emotionally separate during
this week. This can be hard on the spouse as
they are trying to "hold-on" to every moment
they have left with their Sailor.
This stage may be characterized by ambiv-
alence toward intimacy. One the one hand
we realize that this is our last chance for
physical intimacy for some time and we don't
want to lose that opportunity. But because
we've also begun to separate emotionally it
can be difficult to want to open up that con-
nection with our spouse. Again, these are
normal feelings.
The cycle of deployment will be a bit dif-
ferent for each individual but understanding
and recognizing the stages empowers us as
spouses in recognizing and responding to
these stages in our lives.
Next week we will look at the three stages
of the cycle of deployment we experience dur-
ing deployment.
Do you have a question or comment for
Beth? Please contact her at beth.wiruth@
homefrontinfocus.com or check out her inter-
net talk show at www.blogtalkradio.com/nht.

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Annual Monster Dash brings out runners

NAS jax Fitness Source Manager Chris
Crossman presents janie Williams of VP-30
with a medal for placing first in the women's
38-44 category with a time of 23:28.

By Kaylee LaRocque

Photos by Kaylee LaRocque

Participants of this year's Monster Dash take off from the starting line Oct. 31.

It was the perfect day for the annual
Monster Dash Oct. 31 as 115 runners
turned out to participate in the 5K
run. The event is sponsored each year
by the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department (MWR).
Placing first overall and first in the
men's 29 and under category was Jeremiah
Downes from Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast with a time of 17:36. Jenni Seese
of Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Southeast took first in the women's 29 and
under category and was the first female to
cross the finish line with a time of 22:10.
Other winners were:
Men's 29 and under
Second - Keon Beccles, VP-5 - 19:45
Third - Bryan Mullins, VP-30 - 19:49
Women's 29 and under
Second - Karyl Miguel, Naval Hospital Jax
Third -Amanda Hampson, Navy Medicine
Support Command - 25:09
Men's 30-37
First - Todd Lauby, Naval Hospital Jax - 19:53
Second - Jason Holcombe, Veterinary Treatment
Facility - 22:32
Third - William Bermudez, HS-15 - 23:21
Women's 30-37
First - Amy Santos, VR-58 - 25:39
Second - LaRae Baker, HS-3 - 27:47
Third - Ebony Dart, Navy Medicine Support
Command - 29:54
Men's 38-44
First - Scott Olivolo, Navy Medicine Support

-.. " . .- . .

Jeremiah Downes of Fleet Readiness
Center Southeast comes in first in the
men's 29-and-under category and first
overall with a time of 17:36 during the
Monster Dash.
Command - 19:19
Second - Keith Poythress, Fleet Readiness
Center Southeast - 19:59
Third - Michael Flemming, Commander, Navy
Region Southeast - 20:21
Women's 38-44
First - Janie Williams, VP-30 - 23:28
Second - Alice Ciani, Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast - 27:09
Third - Tenisha Finley, Commander, Navy Region
Southeast - 29:01

Men's 45-49
First - Carmelo Sustache, SAIC - 22:06
Second - Pedro Pina, VP-16 - 26:23
Third - Rich Grace, VP-30 - 28:16
Women's 45-49
First - Elisa Jacque - 34:05
Second - Terri Grau, NDSL - 39:35
Third - Lohita Buxton - 41:14
Men's 50 and over
First - Mark Seidl - 22:48
Second - Doug Barrows - 26:21

Third - Jorge Lugo, NDSL - 37:41
Women's 50 and over
First - Juanita Watson, VP-16 - 30:29
Second - Vicki Robinson - 30:31
Third - Herlena Washington - 30:35

The next MWR-sponsored run will be the
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From the TRICARE Management

The new Warrior Care Support
Program in TRICARE's North
Region provides wounded Service
members with one point of contact; tak-
ing stress out of military health care for
beneficiaries and their families.
"Programs like this are a great addi-
tion to the ongoing efforts within the
military health care system to help our
families during a challenging time in
their lives," said Army Maj. Gen. Elder
Granger, deputy director, TRICARE
Management Activity.
The program identifies eligible severely
ill or injured Service members to partici-
pate through military treatment facility
(MTF) referrals, records identification
and Service member requests. Criteria
are not restricted to service related inju-
ry and the program is voluntary.

Upon acceptance in the program, a
health care coordinator from a team of
nurses, doctors and administrative staff
will assist with a timely and seamless
transition and coordination of physical
and behavioral health care services from
the MTF to the civilian sector or the
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
In addition to coordinating care, the
team assists the warrior and family
members by educating them on health
care choices, providing specialized
resources and assisting with claims reso-
lutions and authorizations for medical
Health Net Federal Services, contrac-
tor for TRICARE North Region, incor-
porates the District of Columbia and
20 Northeast states plus portions of
Tennessee, Missouri and Iowa.
For more information about Health Net
Federal Services visit: www.healthnetfed-

New Web page features resources

for Navy families who adopt children

By Bruce Moody
Commander, Navy Installations
Command Public Affairs

C commander, Navy
Installations Com-
mand's Fleet and
Family Support Program
has launched an online
collection of resources and
tools useful to Navy fami-
.--lies interested in adopting
a child.
A link to the Web page is
located on Fleet and Family
Support Center's homep-
age, www.nffsp.org.
The Web page serves
Navy families as a compre-
hensive guide through the
adoption process. It con-
tains numerous links to
resources specific to mili-
tary families.
One link is to a publica-
tion called, "Wherever My
. Family Is: That's Home!
Adoption Services for
Military Families."
Produced by the
Department of Health and
Human Services, this 92-
page guide is geared specif-
ically toward military fami-
lies who are interested in
..'M. ,adopting a child or becom-
5 '. ing a foster parent. It offers
step-by-step advice on the
adoption process to military
:families and social work
The Web page provides
-*information and links
:vgarding the Department
:2e Defense's Adoption
Reimbursement Program,
military leave and the
Internal Revenue Service
,'Adoption Credit. There are
- adoption budget guides pro-
vyided by Adoptive Families,
an award-winning nation-
al adoption magazine that
,, serves as a resource for
"families before, during, and
after adoption.
The budget guides pro-
vide specific financial infor-
mation including tips for
financing adoption, ways
to lower travel costs, and
sample adoption budgets/
expense comparison work-
"Commander, Navy
Installations Command
(CNIC) is committed to
delivering quality Fleet and
Family Readiness programs
to the fleet, fighter and the
family," Commander, Navy
Installations Command
Vice Adm. Robert Conway
Jr. said.
"One way we keep that
commitment is to provide
the tools and resources for
the diverse needs of our
Navy families - for the
many life choices and chal-
lenges that our Navy fami-
, lies undertake. We will be
7;' there for our families along
this career-long journey
and one way we keep that
commitment is to support
those families that chose to

embark on the journey to
adopt a child."
The process of adopting a
child is complex and can be
emotionally and financially
stressful. Support provid-
ed by Commander, Navy
Installations Command
ensures installations are
able to facilitate the man-
ning, training and equip-

ping of the Navy's fighting
force without skipping a
The family and commu-
nity services, housing and
safety efforts of CNIC pro-
vide peace of mind to the
men and women of the
armed forces and their fam-
ilies, allowing "big" Navy to
operate effectively.

Info: (904) 542-2930/3239

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 8, 2007 23

Scholarships for military

children program begins

From the Defense
Commissary Agency

T he Defense Com-
missary Agencies
2008 Scholarships
for Military Children pro-
gram kicked off Nov. 1.
Applications, available at
commissaries worldwide
and online through a link
at http://www.commissar-
ies.com and directly at
ar.org, must be turned in
to a commissary by close of
business on Feb. 20.
Applicants must submit
an essay arguing for or
against the following state-
ment: "Every able-bodied
citizen should be required
to serve a two-year period
of time in the military. Why
or why not?"
The program is open
to unmarried children
under the age of 21 (23 if
enrolled in school) of mili-
tary active-duty, Reserve,
Guard and retired person-
nel. Eligibility will be deter-
mined using the Defense
Enrollment Eligibility
Reporting System data-
base. Applicants should
ensure that they, as well as
their sponsor, are enrolled
in the DEERS database

and have a current ID card.
Applicants must be plan-
ning to attend, or already
attending, an accredited
college or university full-
time in the fall term of
2008, or enrolled in a pro-
gram of studies designed to

transfer directly into a four-
year program.
The program has award-
ed 3,532 scholarships total-
ing more than $5.5 million
dollars to children of mili-
tary families since it began
in 2001.

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32 Hydrox rival
33 Kind of acid
36 Bake-sale holding grp.
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43 Born as
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45 Yemen's capital
46 Gam
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50 End of quip
55 Goofs
56 HST's successor
57 Racket sport
61 Poker move
63 Bard grad, e.g.
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66 Major's successor
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68 Organic compound
69 Fireplace accumulation
70 Ensnare
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53 Ansel or Samuel
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59 PC image
60 _ of the earth
62 Sounds of hesitation
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35 Domed dwelling
36 Pre-univ. exam
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to do the same. The award
citation lauded the fact that
not only did the Sailors flaw-
lessly perform the dangerous
and difficult task of provid-
ing security and escort for
more than 300 vessel tran-
sits at the Kuwait Naval
Base, but they also orches-
trated the signing of two
significant memorandums
of understanding between
Naval Coastal Warfare forc-
es, Kuwait Coast Guard and
Kuwait Oil Company Port
'There is no greater praise
than to say 'we worked as
a team'," said Capt. David
McDuffie, commander,
Maritime Expeditionary
Security Group 2, address-
ing the unit during the
award ceremony. "You are
history makers." McDuffie
pointed out that the MUC,
established in 1967 by then
Secretary of the Navy John
McNaughton, is considered
comparable to the individual
Bronze Star Medal.
NCWRON 26 Commodore
Capt. Robert Perry said he
is extremely proud. "This is
tremendous, to be recognized
by the Secretary of the Navy,
particularly for Reservists,"
he said. "These are folks who
have to unplug from civilian
jobs and families, sometimes
for their second or third
mobilization. To see formal
recognition of that effort, it's
just great."
Cmdr. Andrew Campbell,
commanding officer of Mobile
Inshore Undersea Warfare
Unit 205, said the signing of
the memorandums of under-
standing provided for a coor-
dinated security effort that
had not been in place prior to
the deployment. "For the host
nation to bring their assets
to bear, and for the suc-
cess of the work being done
in international waters, it's


Photo by MCC Suzanne Speight
Sailors of Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron 26 proud display
their Meritorious Unit Commendation pennant. The Reserve
unit is the first of its kind to receive the prestigious award,
which is the unit equivalent of a Bronze Star.

extremely important to have
that kind of agreement."
The unit's primary mission
is force protection, conducted
through fleet support with
operations around the world.
Anti-terrorism and force pro-
tection missions include har-
bor and homeland defense,
coastal surveillance, and
special missions. Specialized
units work together with
NCW squadron staffs provid-
ing intelligence and commu-
Four separate units
deployed together as
NCWRON 26, including
NCWRON 26 (command
staff) from NAS Jacksonville,
Inshore Boat Unit 28 (IBU
28) from NSB Kings Bay.
Ga., Mobile Inshore Undersea
Warfare Unit 207 (MIUWU
207) from NAS Jacksonville
and Mobile Inshore Undersea
Warfare Unit 205 (MIUWU
205) from Naval Weapons
Station Charleston, S.C.
ITC Darlene Melton said
for many of the Reservists,
this was their first time
working with personnel from
the other units. "Command
lines were definitely blurred,"
she said.
"Despite the fact that these
units are geographically
separated, when we all came
together to deploy, it was all
about accomplishing the mis-
ETC Sean Deese of
MIUWU 207, agreed. "We
excelled. We went to a situa-
tion, and made it better than
it was, better for the next

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each veteran by name, ser-
vice, hometown and infor-
mation about that service
member's duty during the
Vietnam War as the veteran
comes forward to be present-
ed with a certificate.
A flag that has been
flown over the Capitol in
Washington, D.C., will be
presented during the tra-
ditional flag ceremony.
Scorby will read Old Glory
and a top enlisted mem-
ber representing each of
the five armed services
will perform the passing of
the flag. Scheduled to be
a part of the ritual will be
NAS Jax Command Master
Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris
Green, First Sgt. Michael
Jones of Blount Island
Command Chief Master
Sgt. Susan Shonka of the
Florida Air National Guard,
Master Chief Petty Officer
Robert Brayman of Sector
Jacksonville and Staff Sgt.
Eliezer Casas of the 832nd
Transportation Battalion.
The flag will be presented
by Crenshaw to a veteran.
Also participating in the
event will be the Patriot
Guard Riders who will
,'form a flag line for the vet-
erans to pass through as

they enter the hangar. This lines to honor fallen war-
motorcycle group supports riors and to welcome home
the military by forming flag returning troops.

Holiday card contest deadline

From MWR
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 tomorrow 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.

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able to participate earlier
due to deployments or other
Capt. Connie Frizzell,
program manager for
the Navy Credentialing
Program and command-
ing officer for the Center
for Information Dominance
(CID), said the new fund-
ing policy will enable more
Sailors than ever to achieve
their educational and pro-
fessional goals.
"The strong usage statis-
tics on Navy COOL indicate
that Sailors are very inter-
ested in taking advantage
of credentialing opportu-
nities to build their pro-
fessional qualifications,"
Frizzell said.
"The new funding policy
will make credentialing
even more appealing, and
is a significant step forward
in the professionalism of
our Navy workforce. We're
presenting Sailors with
another key to career suc-
cess that will benefit them
while they're serving in the
Navy and beyond."
Credentialing is impor-
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federal, state, or local law
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dentials to legally perform
some jobs; employers may
choose to hire only employ-
ees who have certain cre-
dentials, or to pay those
employees more; credentials
may improve an employee's
prospects for promotion;
credentialed service mem-
bers demonstrate to pro-
spective civilian employers
that their skills are on par
with their civilian peers;
and civilian credentialing
can contribute to military
career development, and
may be accepted for self-
development requirements
and in performance evalu-
For more information,
19g on to Navy COOL at

Navy funding information
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and Resources page.
Questions can be directed

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VETERANS: Vietnam vets to be

honored at this year's observance

crew," said Deese. "Working
with this tremendous group
of people and then coming
home safely to my family, it
was really one of my proud-
est moments."
The citation also high-
lighted the unit's "Train the
Trainer" initiative, a five-
week course designed to
teach Kuwait Navy instruc-
tors how to train their own
Sailors in the safe opera-
tion of the Sea Ark craft, as
well as other training pro-
grams designed to support
a self-sustaining system.
GM2 Bryan Osborne said he
helped design and conduct
small arms training for the
Kuwaiti Sailors. "It's great
to get this award, really nice
to see that our accomplish-
ments were recognized."
Additionally, NCWRON 26
procured and installed ballis-
tic blast shields at seven key
entry control points located
at the seaport of debarka-
tion/embarkation, designed
to increase the survivability
of personnel in the event of
a vehicle-borne improvised
explosive device.
The squadron was recog-
nized more than once for
safety, including a "Best in
Class" award from the com-
manding general of the 377th
Theater Support Command.
McDuffie presented the
unit with a MUC pennant,
now displayed proudly at the
unit's headquarters in the
Armed Forces Reserve Center
building near Birmingham

26 JAx AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 8, 2007

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Engineering Company
Inc. has an Immediate
opening for a P-3C AIlP
TACCO to support the
BAMS UAS program.
Required experience:
testing and instructing
in the P-3C AIP aircraft.
In depth knowledge of
P-3C systems and soft-
ware is required. P-3C
AlP Tactical Coordina-
tor (TACCO) and Navi-
and ISR operational
experience is required.
Test Pilot School (TPS),
VX-1/VX-20 experience
Is a plus. Clearances:
Candidate must be a U.
S. Citizen and able to be
cleared to a minimum of
a SECRET level.
ASEC Inc. Is an equal
opportunity employer.
Our working atmo-
sphere is casual, our
salaries competitive and
benefits package
complete. E-mail your
resume to

uD to 150,aay E P. nol
rea Peo.ie needed to
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Large, No0ronal
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Pay iu hr over S55K
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Currency Tellers,
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Coin Processors
Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2007
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
33 West 2nd Street
Jacksonville, FL 32206
Brink's Inc. is the pre-
mier provider of armored
car transportation. The
customer-focused indi-
vidual we hire 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
*Company Partial
Matching 401k
-Quarterly Profit Sharing
Tuition Reimbursement
:Paid Vacation
*Time & half for 40+ hrs
Qualified candidates will
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* Successful background
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To perform preventative
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for fleet of 30 security
vehicles. Experience a
must, high school diploma
a must. Apply in person:

Clinical Research
Coordinator -
CNS Healthcare, a clini-
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working with the world's
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or a related field. Highly
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mail resume to
or lax to 904-.2815758
attn- Jacksonville CRC
A rapidly growing health-
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Nay, CD, sunroof,
like new $19,980
ACURA RSX'05 World
Champion Sumo Wrestler
Was Going to Make Show
Car, Too Small For Me.
Just Right For You. Call
Sumo Suzuki 253-6581
' ACURA TL '06 BIk/
tan, fully equipped.
$27,980 998-0012
Black Beauty!
$17,990 998-0012
Leather, moonroof, low
miles $18,988 371-4739
BMW 3251C Cony
'04. Lthr, power top
$23,680 998-0012
(7 BMW 3251 '02
Lthr, CD, sunroof,
low miles. $15,890
ILLE '02 $11,990,
$199/mo. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota

ILLE '03. Low miles,
clean in & out.
$15,991 1-800-709-6185
Only 15,000 miles,
like new $28,990
17,065 mi, like new
$57,980 $998-0012
Chandeliers - No Cadillac
Loaners - But I Sell
Cadi's Cheaper Than
They Dol Call Sumo
Suzuki 253-6581

Call Cliff Schwake
Nhidicht Ponflac-GMC
11503 Philips Hwy
Jacksonville, FL
6spd, leather, 7000 miles
$33,988 371-4739

VETTE '06 Z06
Red/blk, Nay, fully
equp. $63,980 998-0012
$9990, $159/mo.
Lighthouse Toyota

miles, LT, all pwr,
cruise, stereo/CD. Call
Mike at 238-7584
19K Miles - Formerly
Used By Head of Secu-
rity for Sumo Suzuki.
Great Car. Like New.
Call Sumo 253-6581
SEBRING '04 $10,990
$179/mo 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
Touring '07. Like
new, save thou-
sands $23,980 998-0012
TOURING '06. Awe-
some car, blue, black
leather, automatic. Call
Sal at 434-3212
S$7,200- Green, newly
l painted, spoiler. New
tires. 17" chrome rims.
Hove oall mint records.
fully equipped, low
mileage $17,988 371-4739

y FORD 500 LTD
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $15,890
'05. $12,990. $209/mo
Lighthouse Toyota

Low Miles, Extra Clean
$19,993 904-370-1300
EXL '03. 33K ml.
$13,990, $229/mo.
Lighthouse Toyota

leather, 6 disc CD,
excellent, $6000 OBO.
auot, fully equipped, low
mileage $15,988 371-4739
Factory Certified. $15,890
Certified. Sedan. Like new
$16,489 904-370-1300
S 4dr sedan, new
transmission, new
tires, 148,000 miles
$8,600 Call 904-449-0070
Certified, Sedan, Low Mi,
$15,189. 904-370-1300



Room to Remodel!!
Current Inventory
in The Way!!
1285 Cassat Avenue

dark blue $2,695.00
Ron 269-5460
'07. Silver/gray cloth,
18K miles. Call Martin
389-4561 ext. 129
Hyundai Sonata '07 22K
hwy m m mint cond tint all
pwr $16,000. 405-706-6683
4.0 '00. Like new,
Ithr, sunrf, ex low
mi. $10,990 998-0012
* R '03. Only 26,000
miles, Nov., CD,
chrome 20" wheels.
$26,480 998-0012
Semi-Retired Sumo Wres-
tler Must Sell Quick, Food
is Expensive Here in the
US. Call 253-6581, Ask For
Sumo Suzuki
Low miles. $26,790
Like new, only
30,000 miles. $27,990
BIk, Lk new, loaded $18K
obo. new tires & batt.
28,000 ml. 904-215-3018
'04 diesel. 35k. Silver/
J grey leather. Loaded!
Many extrosi Hate
selling! Moving overseas.
$18,500. 349-2799
LEXUS ES300-'01 exc
cond, White, 64k ml, new
brakes, new tires $14,000
Call Mike 904-477-5735
Lexus ES 300 '98 exc cond
135K miles fully loaded
freshly serviced runs
great 18" aftermaket
wheels moon roof. $7,900
obo call for online pics
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $17,480
Used to Belong to Sumo
Wrestler, Lost my Spon-
sor When I Lost My Title,
Can't Afford My Driver,
Car MUST Go Tool Call
Sumo Suzuki 253-6581
Silver, blue leather,
automatic. Call Martin
389-4561 ext. 129
auto, fully equipped, like
new $10,988 371-4739
Leather, hardtop, 58,000
miles $8988 371-4739
TEGE S '03. Lthr,
CD, sunroof $10,980
h letr*.:Ia ,1l r.,aOoD
R' aro.: . I, a

Call 2 6- 1 -"6
WAGON '02 - Nice Car.
TOO Small for 6801b
Sumo Wrestler - Not TOO
Small fotar You. Call Sumo
Suzuki 253-6581
'94 L-a'r.er ror.rroo,.
like ne�z i5968 371-4739
'05. Lthr, CD, only
30,000 miles. 1 3,980
41k ml. 16988 371-4739
GT SPIDER 'O1n a o.
lulhl e auil 19988 371-4739
LIhr, sunrf, all the good-
ies. Call Mike 238-7584
Door. aul0, lull,
equ laoea 19968 371-4739


'07. 3S, fully
equipped. $22,890
door, auto, 14,000 miles
$11,988 371-4739
SE '06
Auto., 4 dr., Spoiler,
6 CD changer,
Mag Wheels. $12,500 OBO.
Call 904-278-7797
'98. 68Kmlles. $5990
Lighthouse Toyota

'02. Headsup display
$8991 1-800-709-6185
GT '05. Must see to
appreciate. 27K mi.
Hurry. Call Gene at
389-4561 ext 127
leather, fully equipped
$17,988 371-4739
48Kmles. $5990
Lighthouse Toyota

A 6 SCION TC '07
$16,500. Blue, 5spd,
S 15,500 ml. Contact
Heather (865)696-8832.
'04. 26K mi. $182,990,
$309mo 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota

'00. 49K ml. $12,990,
$209mo 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota

XLS '05. Lthr, CD,
sunroof $23,980
'04 $13,990, $229/mo.
8 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota

Clean clean clean,
leather, pwr seat, pwr
windows, loaded. Call
John 389-4561 ext 127
Silver/gray cloth, auto-
matic, extra clean. Call
Sal at 434-3212
Loaded, all pwr, like
new, must see. Call
Johnnie at 389-4561 x127
Silver, loaded, all power
Take over payments
Call Milton 207-9797
Green, very clean, all
pwr. Take over pymts
Call Milton 207-9797
'04 auto, 36,000 ml, fully
equip. $16,988 371-4739

'04. $14,888, $249/mo
Lighthouse Toyota

'99. $7990, $119/mo.
Lighthouse Toyota

'03. $13,990, $229/mo
Lighthouse Toyota
100K warr. $14,888,
$249/mo. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota

GOLF 104. $15,990
$269/mo. 797'8800
Lighthouse Toyota

Cony. Leather, CD
$22,980 998-0012

Military and Non Military
Better Service,
Better Warranty,
Better Vehicles
Better Prices
(904) 662-0726

BMW X5 '04. Excel-
lent cond. $28,991
Leather, CD, only
30,000 miles. $27,890
4,11 $12,900
Burgundy, chrome 17"
rims, tan, leather Interior.
Excellent condition. Have oill
maintenance records. 576-0112
EXT '02 $20,988 Leather,
fully equipped 371-4739
Good running cand.
Must sell $800.00 080
Call 778-9438
only 30,000 miles,
4x4, tonneau cover
$23,980 $99"012
Lthr, moonroof, 39,000
ml $23,988 371-4739
'06 - Loaded With Luxury
Priced Thousands Below
the Competition. Sumo
Suzuki Beats Everybody's
Price. Call Sumo 253-6581
Leather, Dual AC, Like
new $7988 371-4739


Credit Problems!!
I Say Yes ...
1285 Cassat Avenue

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$10,990, $179mo
Lighthouse Toyota

LT, leather, CD,
sunroof, like new
$19,980 998-0012
Laramie Quad Cab '05 V8
Bed Cover $18,988 371-4739

Loaded. Sumo Suzuki
Doesn't Have to Pay
Blonde Bathing Suit
Model. My Price is Bet-
ter. Call Sumo and Make
Appointment to Be
Thrilled. 253-6581
'05. Hemi, 4dr, like
new $17,480 998-0012

'06 Eddie Bauer,
Certified. $25,991
Lthr, CD, 3rd row
seat $20,980 998-0012
XLT '02 $10,800 gold w/
. l tan leather interior.
Exc cond. One owner.
Have all maintenance
records. Call 322-7064
4x4, CC, lifted.
$24,991 1-800-709-6185

FORD F150 '05. 5.4L Tri-
ton, leather, all power,
towing pkg. Call John
389-4561 ext 127
A x FORD F-150
1 4X4, fully loaded,
exc cond, 63k mi, blue
w/gray Interlor. $17,500 OBO
813-4819 or 287-4635
FORD F150 '01 Extra Cab
XLT V8 Auto, fully
equipped $9988 371-4739
FORD F150 '05 - Sumo
Suzuki is Staking His
Claim on Cassat Avenue.
Take a Swing Ford - I Sit
on You. Call Sumo for
FORD F150 '04 Crew cab,
lariat, leather, fully
equip. $17,988 371-4739
FORD F250 '08 Crew cab
Lariat, 4x4, diesel, low

FORD F550 '06 West-
ern Hauler 5th Wheel
$43,991 1-800-709-6185
'99. $9990, $159/mo.
Lighthouse Toyota

'03 Great work truck
$7991 1-800-709-6185
'04 - GreatCondition.
Used to Transport
Equipment to and From
Events for World Famous
Sumo Wrestler. Sumo
Suzuki, Call Quick
253-6581 Ask for Sumo
FORD RANGER -'98, 133
mile, $2000, good cond,
Crew cab, auto, fully
equipped $14,988 371-4739
'06. Fully loaded
$24,991 1-800-709-6185
SFully equipped
$22,890 998-0012

5.3L, dual A/C, new
Michelins, loaded,
leather, Bose speakers,
$18k OBO 553-1762
Looks & runs great
$15,991 1-800-709-6185
Certified SUV. One Owner!
$19,248. 904-370-1300
INNE RTL, Ithr, sun-
roof, CD. $25,890
No Fancy Palm Trees -
That Means You Buy
Cheaper - Call Sumo
Suzuki for the Palm Tree
Free Price 253-6581
FE '05. Exc cond.
$12,991 1-800-709-6185
Korean Dealers Slash
Price - Sumo Suzuki
Crush Price. Call Sumo
Today 253-6581
'05. 19K miles. $14,897
Overland '04. Fully
equip $20,890 998-0012
LAREDO '03. Only $12,790
Auto, fuly equipped
$11,988 371-4739
SE Sahara, 4 spd, 4x4
Islander, new 4.0 eng w/
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LEXUS RX330 '04
36k miles. $26,990,
$449/mo. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota

TOR '04. Clean in/out
$17,991 1-800-709-6185
'99 Leather, 3rd seat,
dual AC $10,988 371-4739
dI 4x4, 165k ml., In good
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Asking $5,000 Call 400-4591
4x4, Auto, fully equipped
$12,988 371-4739
Wht/ gray, fully
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4x4 '07 auto, fully equip,
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Everyday -My Daddy
Doesn't Tell Me What to
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'00 4x4 leather,moon-
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61k ml. $8990,$139mo
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'02. 56K mi. $17,990,
$299mo 797-8800
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3rd seat $26,988 371-4739
Dbl Cab. All pwr incl
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Call Gene today at
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Sumo Suzuki Fell in Love
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VOLVO S40 TS '05
auto, moonroof, low mile-
age $19,988 371-4739
y VOLVO XC90 '04
Lthr, CD,sunroof,
silver/beige, only
45,000 miles $24,890

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