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Congressman Ander Crenshaw, R-Fla. thanks Vietnam veteran Jerry Gurka as he
Vietnam War. More than 200 Vietnam veterans were honored at the event.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
is recogized for his contributions during the


Vietnam vets honored at NAS Jax


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


M ore than 200 Vietnam vet-
erans were honored by
U.S. Congressman Ander
Crenshaw, (R-Fla.) and Commander,
Navy. Region Southeast Rear Adm ....
Michael Vitale and NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack
Scorby Jr. during a special commemo-
ration ceremony at NAS Jacksonville
Nov. 9.
The event began with the parading
of the colors by the NAS Jax Honor
Support Team and the benediction
by NAS Jax Command Chaplain
(Cmdr.) Michael Mikstay. NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack
Scorby Jr..then offered the opening
remarks.
"Today, we remember the devo-
tion and the gallantry of our Vietnam
veterans - those who served, those
who fought, those still missing and
those who gave their last full mea-
sure of devotion for our nation. You
were called upon to give all a person


Commander, Navy Region Southeast
Rear Adm. Michael Vitale thanks the
Vietnam veterans for their service dur-
ing the event.
can give and you were prepared to
make the ultimate sacrifice if it were
demanded of you in the line of duty,"
said Scorby.
"Remember today that all of our
Vietnam veterans have given us a
lesson about caring for one anoth-
er. Your devotion to your buddies in
the battlefield carried over when you


returned home and over the years,
your genuine caring and camaraderie
have become legendary. We celebrate
your contributions and we honor your
sacrifices whether you served in the
air, at sea or in the jungle, your devo-
tion is a source of pride for us all."
S.. Sc, .y- then introduced Greater
Jacksonville USO Executive Director
K.C. McCarthy who thanked all the
sponsors and said, "The'USO's pres-
ence during the Vietnam War impact-
ed so many people. I recently ran into
a man who talked about how after
coming out of the jungle and seeing
a USO hut and going in and getting
a cup of orange juice had a lasting
impact on him."
"Your USO here quietly goes about
doing its business enhancing the.
quality of life for our military men
and women and their families. Your
USO in Jacksonville is working hard
to say thanks to the men and women
here carrying on your tradition," she
continued.

See VETERANS, Page 17


NMSC to hold change of command tomorrow


From Navy Medicine
Support Command Jax

Command of Navy
Medicine Support
Command (NMSC)
Jacksonville will change
when Rear Adm. Richard
Vinci, director of the Navy
Dental Corps, moves his
flag command to NAS
Jacksonville, relieving
Rear Adm. Carol Turner
during a combined change
of command and retire-
ment ceremony for Turner.
Turner has commanded
NMSC since its establish-
ment in November 2005
from her previous flag
command headquarters in
Bethesda, Md.
This move marks the first
time since the 1980s that
two admirals have been
based at NAS Jacksonville.
Rear Adm. Michael Vitale,
commander, Navy Region


Rear Adm. Richard Vinci
Southeast is also based at
NAS Jacksonville.
NMSC is one of four ech-
elon-3 regional commands
in Navy medicine, each
commanded by a flag offi-
cer. NMSC manages all of
Navy medicine's environ-
mental, population and
public health; research and
development; information
technology; supply, logis-
tics, purchasing and con-


Rear Adm. Carol Turner
tracing; and manpower,
personnel, education and
training. NMSC has subor-
dinate commands and 4,000
personnel in nine countries,
12 states and the District of
Columbia.
The new Deputy Surgeon
General of the Navy, Rear
Adm. Thomas Cullison, will
be the guest speaker.
Vinci moved to NAS
Jacksonville in early


November, where he will
reside in base housing and
command from the NMSC
headquarters building
located next to the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville.
NMSC remains a separate
command from the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville with
no oversight.
Vinci, a native of Chicago,
joined the Navy in 1967,
serving as an enlisted den-
tal technician at the Naval
Dental School in Bethesda
and at the Marine Corps
Air Station in New River,
N.C. Honorably discharged
as a second class.petty offi-
cer, he went on to graduate
from William Carey College
in Hattiesburg, Miss. in
1973 with a Bachelor of
Arts Degree in chemistry.
He entered Louisiana State
University School of Den-

See NMSC, Page 14


Photo courtesy of NAVFAC Southeast
Rear Adm. Mark Handley, deputy commander, Navy
Installations Command and director, Ashore Readiness
Division, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, pres-
ents an award to Naval Facilities Command Southeast
Chief Information Officer Linda Dailey at the 12th
annual National Women of Color Science, Technology,
Engineering and Math Conference on Nov. 3 in
Atlanta. Dailey received her award in the Professional
Achievement - Government category.


NAVFAC-SE civilian

earns Women of Color

Technology Award

By Sue Brink
NAVFAC Southeast PAO

Naval Facilities Engineering Command
(NAVFAC) Southeast Chief Information
Officer (CIO) Linda Dailey was presented the
Women of Color Award for Professional Achievement
- Government at the 12th annual National Women
of Color Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Conference Nov. 3 in Atlanta.
See WOMEN OF COLOR, Page 14


NAS Jax Food Locker

in need of donations

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor

he NAS Jacksonville Food Locker needs dona-
tions for this .year's holiday food drive to help
shipmates in need- Help a military family
enjoy a nutritious holiday meal for Thanksgiving and
Christmas by donating boxes of stuffing, mashed
potatoes, packaged gravy, canned corn and green
beans, cranberry sauce and other non-perishable
items.
Donations can be dropped off in the bins near the
commissary doors or in Building 1, Room 242 week-
days from 8 a.m. to
4 p.m.
Once all the items
are collected and
eligible families are ., .
determined, vol-
unteers will create, . '1'
bags with all the fixings needed for a traditional
holiday meal. The bags will also contain a voucher for
a free turkey available at the base commissary. All
monetary donations to the food locker go into a special
account to purchase these vouchers.
Food items are also available year-round to families
screened by the Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society,
command master chiefs and the base chaplain's office.
For more information, call 542-2934/4545.


TOUCHING Personal Property Offices closed this afternoon
E The Personal Property Offices at NAS Jax, NS Mayport and
SNSB Kings Bay will close today at noon for a command function.
A S They will reopen at 8 a.m. tomorrow for regular business.


Deadline change

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the deadline for all articles
and classified ads for the Nov. 21 issue of the Jax Air News is
tomorrow at noon. For more information, call 542-3531.


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2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 15, 2007


Looking back in time...


ON THE HOMEFRONT


What a difference a year has made


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
If you are a regular reader of this
column, chances are you already
know quite a bit about my old-
est son, Ford, who will turn seven on
Thanksgiving Day. You might not,
however, know as much about my sec-
ond son, Owen, who will celebrate his
fifth birthday two days later.
That's because Owen has the unfor-
tunate honor bestowed upon second-
children everywhere: his scrapbook
is half as thick, his clothes are half as
new, and his time in the spotlight is
half as much. This isn't intentional, of
course, and if Owen should ever think
much of his plight, he need only talk
to our third son, Lindell, who doesn't
even have a scrapbook yet.
I've been thinking a lot about Owen
lately because never before has there
been one of my children's birthdays
that has surprised me more. For
seven years, Ford has progressively
grown and.matured with no excep-
tional spurts or stalls.
At his fifth birthday, he wasn't that
much different from the year before.
Like a shrub that seems to not change
at all, until years later, when you
see an old picture of the front yard,
you say, '"Wow, look at how small the
plants were," Ford has grown, emo-
tionally and physically, in a steady,
almost imperceptible, way.
Owen has been more like a sunflow-
er. One day you see a sprout pushing
its way through the earth, and the
next day there is tall skinny stalk
swaying in the breeze.
A year ago today, Owen was still
wearing diapers and I was trying
to hide that fact from his preschool,
where the rules state that any child


outside of the 2-year-old class must
be potty trained. Owen (then 4) was
also wearing a size 2T shirt and size
12-months pants. His weight teetered
between 25-28 pounds. (For compari-
son, my 10-month-old baby currently
weighs 20 pounds).
Owen rarely talked, he cried when
I left him at school, and he preferred
sitting in my lap to doing just about
anything else. He had permanent
dark circles under his eyes.
But a mother usually doesn't see
these things. He was simply Owen,
the boy who when he was a baby I
liked to call a little kitten because
he was so small, and hi had always
been that way. He had always need-
ed extra help, smaller clothes, and a
large amount of exception ("Sure he
should be potty trained by now, but
he's Owen, and well....").
I didn't even think much of it when
people constantly asked if Owen was
sick. It wasn't until a doctor at the
Navy hospital suggested that Owen
have his tonsils and adenoids removed
that I began to realize maybe there
really was something wrong.
Two weeks before Owen's tonsil/ade-
noidectomy, he was in the emergency
room with a blocked intestine. That
cleared up, quite literally, just in time
(two days before) the surgery.
Then, as soon as Owen had recov-
ered from the surgery, he got pneu-
monia. His weight was dipping closer
to 20 pounds at this point, and even
the 2T clothes weren't fitting. My
mom likes to say that a mother is only
as happy as her saddest child, and
this was never more apparent than
last winter. I remember those weeks
between Halloween and New Year's
as being nothing but dark.
But then, like the sunflower pok-


ing through the dirt, spring came and
Owen started to change. The dark
circles were gone. He was gaining
weight. And seemingly overnight
Owen basically potty-trained himself.
Before the surgery, Owen's doctor
had told us, "He'll be like a differ-
ent kid after this." I was skeptical
In December, I looked at Owen and
thought, "Looks the same (which is to
say, just as small, just as sick) to me."
Last night at dinner, however, one
full year later, I looked across the
table and saw a little boy; not "Ower
the baby," or Owen-who-is-as-small
*as-a-kitten, but a little boy. A little
boy who suddenly has cheekbones
where baby fat used to be, knobby
knees that touch in the middle, and a
nose that is finally taking shape and
looking so much like my husband's.
This week, Owen will have the big-
gest speaking part in the preschool
Thanksgiving play. It is a part foi
which he volunteered. Yes, the boy
who one year ago was still wearing
diapers and hardly spoke a word has
now volunteered to stand in front of
an audience and say, "We want to wel-
come all of you to our Thanksgiving
show."
The audience will clap and say
"How cute," but they will never know
what those 11 words mean to me
Owen will welcome the group, but as
his mother, what I will likely hea]
is, "Welcome, mom, to the boy I've
become and the man I will someday
be."

Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.
com.


HEY MONEYMANI


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future and I have heard a taxes on the non-deductible
lot of discussion about regu- account. So in reality, you
lar Individual Retirement will need $5,556 in order to
Accounts (IRA's) and Roth contribute $4,000. That is
IRA's. the bad news.
It seems that one is tax The good news is that the
deductible and the other is taxes are paid and there
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Do you have any recom- on the money withdrawn
mendations? from the regular IRA.
MoneyMan Sez: The tax difference could
What should you do? be significant. In addi-'
First of all, do something tion, with a Roth IRA, you
and for the best advice, talk
to an expert. In general, distribution and you may
those who invest in either distribution and you may
the regular IRA or the Roth pass on your IRA to your
IRA will normally be much children and grandchildren,
better off than those who do tax-free.
not invest in either. One other factor to con-
It is true that you will be side, however, is if you
able to deduct contributions took out a regular IRA and
from the regular IRA and invested the tax advantage
not from the Roth IRA, but of $1,556 per year, in 35
the question is, what hap- years you would accumulat-
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the money out? for your retirement.
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tages to both. Let's say you there no "right" answer
have $4,000 to contribute to to the question of which
your IRA. If you choose the IRA is better for everyone.
regular IRA, you will get a However, investing in one
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income taxes, than not investing at all.
If you contribute $4,000 to
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the 28 percent tax bracket, MoneyMan at 778-0353.

IA support group available
A n individual augmentee (IA) support group is
offered to help families after loved ones deploy. The-
L up gives families an opportunity to get together
with others who are in the same situation to discuss vari-
ous issues, challenges and learn about services and pro-
grams the Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) has'
to offer. It is an opportunity to educate families on issues'
that their spouses may be experiencing overseas and help
families prepare for the transition that will occur when
spouses return home. Planned activities and free childcare
are provided. This is a combined effort between FFSC and
the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department.
Support group meetings will be held today, Dec. 6 and
20 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the FFSC (Building 554).
r Families are encouraged to call 542-2766, Ext. 127 for
more information and to sign up.


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JILL HEINTSCHEL.
Job title/command:
Recreation Aide - MWR

Hometown: San Angelo,
Texas


Family Life: Married to Bryan,
we have a dog and cat.

Past Duty Stations: None

Career Plans: To work in the entomology
(insects) field.

Most Interesting Experience: Meeting
new friends at NAS Jax. :

Words of Wisdom: There is always
something to be happy about!


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

Sunday - 8:15 a.m. - Holy Eucharist
Episcopal .
9:30 a.m. - Catholic Mass.
11 a.m. - Protestant S
Worship
Protestant Sunday School program "s
at 9:45-10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD s
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
Design/Layout ..............................................................George Atchley
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The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
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File photo
Miss Jacksonville contestants greet members of the Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team shortly before their perfor-
mance at the 23rd annual NAS Jacksonville Open House in October 1963.


BM3 BRANDON RUSSELL

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Boat House

Hometown: Chicago


Family Life: Single, no
)kids.

Past Duty Stations: uss Bataan
(LHD-5) in Norfolk, Va.

Career Plans: To make second class petty
officer.

Most Interesting Experience: Being on
deployment on a ship.

Words of Wisdom: Stay Navy!


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 15, 2007 3


FISC Jax excels in


recent CNAF inspection


By Terry Brooks
FISC Jak Det Jax

Fleet Industrial Sup-
ply Center (FISC) De-
tachment Jacksonville
excelled in a recent inspec-
tion by Commander,
Naval Air Forces (CNAF).
The inspection, called
the Supply Management
Inspection (SMI), was held
Oct. 16-18 and evaluated
the supply functions per-
formed jointly by Aviation
Support Detachment (ASD)
Jacksonville and FISC
Detachment Jax.
The process involved a
rigorous review by 16 sup-
ply experts, verifying every-
thing from current status on
all requisitions to physical
security of spaces. The most
critical functions scrutinized
included inventory accu-
racy which was a stagger-
ing 99.8 percent for the 600
line items that Were count-
ed; supply net effective-
ness, which ranged from 90
to 93 percent over the past
six months; and requisition
accuracy which "yielded
near-perfect validity" accord-
ing the inspection team. In
all, the inspectors reviewed
approximately 450 checklist
items for record accuracy,
conformance to directives
and overall effectiveness of
customer support.
IThe ASD and FISC
Detachment Jax team
was ultimately awarded a
numeric score of 97.86 out
of 100, which equates to a'
narrative score of "outstand-
ing." The findings were all
minor, mostly administra-
tive in nature. In several
instances, the inspectors
praised innovative ideas,
specific people and notewor-
thy functions at the site.
The following are just a few
(f their quotes, "Bravo Zulu


Photo courtesy of FISC Detachment Jax
Members of the Fleet Industrial Supply Center Detachment
Jax and the Akima Corporation gather together after their
Commander, Naval Air Forces Inspection in October. The cen-
ter excelled in every area of the inspection.


to Sherry Price and Melissa
Rivera for the superb auto-
matic reorder screening
process that they developed
locally and are using so
effectively. Especially note-
worthy is the way they use
the RSupply nomenclature
field to identify items with
specific information such as
Quantity Unit Pack, Never
Out, seasonal, etc., which
allows for expeditious deter-
mination of reorder quan-
tity requirements."
"Program management
unit records are the best
observed by this inspec-
tor at any ASD." "ASD
Jacksonville pre-expended
bins support is outstand-
ing." "Bravo Zulu to Judy
Hammond for her outstand-
ing management of BP-28
stock requirements, mainte-
nance of financial account-
ability and coordination of
functional area supervisor
functions."
"The stock control and
warehouse teams have a
very good working relation-
ship resulting in a well orga-
nized and efficient opera-
tion in support of flight line
readiness." "Bravo Zulu to
Ed Toledo for his superb
management of the entire
Carcass Tracking program


(not a single discrepancy in
this area)."
The team's leadership
was extremely pleased with
the results. Capt. Kyle
Cozad, commander, Patrol
and Reconnaissance Wing
Eleven remarked, "I fully
understand what a signifi-
cant accomplishment this
represents."
FISC Detachment Jax
Commanding Officer Capt.
Karl Rau noted that the
team "had really hit a home-
run." NAS Jacksonville
Supply Officer Cmdr. Terry
Surdyke indicated that he
felt blessed with such a tre-
mendous group of folks so
dedicated to everyday excel-
lence in their jobs supporting
the NAS Jacksonville flight
line and that it definitely
includes contractor sup-
port partners from Akima
Corporation, the contractor
that performs the warehous-
ing and delivery functions.
The inspection process
proved that, day in and
day out, the Jacksonville
team, comprised of ASD
Jacksonville and FISC Det
Jacksonville (supported .by
AKIMA) are keenly focused
on the station mission of
"enabling naval aviation
warfighting readiness."


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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 15, 2007


VS-32 employs

LANTIRN-ER

prototype

By Lt. Kelly Gander
VS-32 PAO

Aircrew from the VS-32
"Maulers" recently began fly-
ing the Lockheed Martin Low
Altitude Navigation and Targeting
Infrared for Night - Expanded Range
(LANTIRN-ER) prototype tech-
nology demonstrator in support of
operations in the Arabian Gulf and
the global struggle against violent
extremists.
The fleet S-3B LANTIRN installa-
tion was initiated 12 months ago. VS-
32 deployed on board USS Enterprise
(CVN-65) with Carrier Air Wing One
in July with all six S-3Bs incorporat-
ing fully integrated LANTIRN. The
LANTIRN-ER prototype provides
third generation forward-looking
infared technology, improved zoom
capabilities and an electro-optical
camera in the same form and fit as a
traditional LANTIRN.
The advanced capabilities of the
LANTIRN-ER pod were expedited to
VS-32 while deployed on the last com-
bat cruise for S-3B Vikings. A team
coordinated by NAVAIR, Lockheed

MRSA: Navy


Photo courtesy of VS-3
An S-3B Viking from the VS-32 "Maulers" lands on board USS Enterprise during
their current deployment. VS-32 is testing the new Lockheed Martin
Low Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared for Night - Expanded Range proto
type in support of operations in the Arabian Gulf.


Martin, the Sea Control Wing and
VS-31 conducted a series of confidence
flights to ensure the system was safe
for flight and functional in the weeks
leading up to the LANTIRN-ER's
delivery in theater.
In a statement released in appre-
ciation of these efforts, Commander
Carrier Air Wing One stated, "Current
airborne sensors operate at the abso-
lute limit of their performance." He
indicated the LANTIRN-ER team
efforts would "improve cover and sup-
port for troops on the ground and give
the coalition forces an additional tool


to flush out and destroy insurgents."
Initial aircrew reports for the per
formance enhancements were posi
tive. Lt. Imle, a naval flight office
from VS-32, flew the LANTIRN-ER o0
a familiarization flight in the Arabian
Gulf. "Overall, it is a great system
and you can see ships at 30 nautica
miles, not too bad."
The LANTIRN-ER is expected to b
utilized on missions where identifying
fine details and precision tracking ar
critical.
VS-32 should return from thei
deployment in December.


pharmacist addresses public's


concerns about antibiotic resistant bacteria


By Lt. Cmdr. Louis Guarno
NBHC Key West Pharmacist

One cannot help hearing the

term "MRSA" (MHER-sah)
when turning on the eve-
ning news or picking up a newspa-
per these days. MRSA, the abbre-
viation for Methicillin Resistant
Staphylococcus Aureus, is part of a
growing number of common bacteria
that have mutated, or changed, over
the years. The ability of these bacte-
ria to change enables them to avoid
being killed by antibiotics which in
the past were effective to eradicate
them.
There are two distinctions to be
made with MRSA. There is a Hospital
Acquired Strain (MRSA-HA) and a
Community Acquired strain (MRSA-
CA). MRSA-HA is a serious infection
that is acquired in a hospital treat-
ment setting and requires prolonged
hospitalization, very high potency
antibiotics and other treatments to
eradicate. MRSA-CA is an infection
acquired outside of a hospital setting
and can be treated on an outpatient
basis with oral antibiotic's, drainage.
of "boils" and topical antibiotics. This
is the one that has primarily been in
the news lately.
Many types of bacteria have the
ability to change, or mutate, and in
doing so avoid destruction by anti-
biotics that were designed to kill
them. Therefore, mutated bacteria
may require the use of not so common
antibiotics, multiple antibiotics and
minor surgical procedures to treat an
infection. Resistance can be caused
when a patient is prescribed an anti-
biotic, but did not complete the. entire
prescription regimen.
A viral infection cannot be treated
with an antibiotic. Some patients feel
that if they are sick, they need to be
prescribed an antibiotic. However, if
a patient is adamant that a provider
prescribe antibiotics or if he/she takes
some other patient's antibiotic when
not needed, this too contributes to
resistance. Always follow the exact
directions while taking your medica-
tions and strictly follow the medical
advice of your healthcare provider.
Who is at risk for MRSA? Anyone
can get MRSA-CA even if they are not
sick or have not been recently hospi-
talized. Areas of higher risk include
places with continued close contact
with persons such as prison inmates,
athletes, military members (par-
ticularly recruit training situations)
and children in day care centers or
schools. Other risk factors include


Tips to help prevent spread of infection


From NBHC Kings Bay

* Wash hands with soap and
warm water
* Keep cuts and scrapes clean
with soap and water
* Avoid skin contact and sharing
personal items with people suspect-
ed of being infected
* Clean athletic equipment that is
shared with other people
If you think that you have a skin
infection, consult your doctor or
healthcare provider. Early treat-
ment will prevent the infection from
getting worse.
If you are told you have MRSA
* Keep the infected area clean
and covered with dry bandages, dis-
pose of bandages properly
* Wash hands frequently with
soap and warm water
* Cleai your bathroom, kitchen,
etc. regularly
* Wash clothes with hot water/
bleach and dry using hot dryer
* Inform any healthcare provider
that you seek for treatment that
you have a MRSA infection
* The best prevention against the
spread of MRSA infections is good
personal hygiene.
Good housekeeping
in the barracks
The following recommendations
should be implemented in Sailor's
quarters and among shipmates to
contain the spread of MRSA infec-
tions:
All common-use surfaces in the
barracks or berthing area need to

being in close contact with someone
who has MRSA, living in a long term
facility (i.e. nursing home), living with
the elderly or someone on dialysis or
diabetic, living with someone who has
tubes going into their body (especial-
ly a catheter) or have any hardware
(metal implants), artificial joint, pace-
maker, screws, plates and living with
an intravenous drug user.
How do I know if I have MRSA?
Typically, infections by MRSA-CA
enter your body through a cut in the
skin, followed by swelling like a "big
pimple" or an abscess or have drain-
age at the infection site, cause pain,
redness and warm skin around the
infection site. On occasions it may
elevate body temperature (fever) and
cause fatigue, nausea and vomiting.
If you are being treated for an infec-
tion and your infection is not respond-


be disinfected daily with a gener-
al purpose disinfectant. A general
cleaner only removes dirt, and will
not kill germs. Therefore, a disinfec-
tant must be used.
Some examples of good disinfec-
tants are:
* Pine Oil Disinfectant
* Lysol Disinfectant
* Bleach/water in a 1:100 dilution
(one tablespoon per quart of water)
Common use surfaces include door
knobs, sinks, shower stalls, faucets,
phone receivers, games, television
controls.
Good personal hygiene
* Wash your hands - use soap and
water and friction for 15 seconds
to really clean your hands. Wash
often, but especially after going to
the rest room, and before eating.
* Keep a bottle of hand sanitiz-
er with you to use when soap and
water is not available.
* Shower every day with a
good antibacterial soap. Dry your
skin thoroughly after the shower.
Bacteria grow and multiply on
warm, moist surfaces.
* Launder your clothes on a regu-
lar basis. Wet, dirty clothing can
cause skin irritation and increase
the risk of infection.
* Do not share linens and razors
or any other personal items.
* Do not share bar soap. If pos-
sible, does not use bar soap.
For more information, contact your
healthcare provider or call the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention at
800-CDC-INFO (232-4636).

ing to the medication, notify you
healthcare provider. The only positive
determination of a MRSA infection
through laboratory culture,
How do I keep from getting
MRSA? If you acquire a bacteriE
infection, treat it with an antibiot
prescribed by a healthcare provide
and take exactly as prescribed for th
entire duration. Even if you are fee
ing better, do not stop taking you
prescribed antibiotic until the course
of therapy is complete. Keep all cut
clean and covered until fully heale(
Wash your hands thoroughly an
often, especially after each bathroom:
use, before touching food, and aft�
sneezing or coughing. Wash you
hands with soap and water.
Should you have any questions wit
regards to MRSA, please feel free t
contact your primary care manager.


Aqua Dots recalled: Beads contain chemicals


From Naval Hospital lax
Public Affairs
The U.S. Consumer
Product Safety
Commission (CPSC),
in cooperation with Spin
Master, of Toronto,
Canada, announced a vol-
untary recall of the chil-
dren's toy "Aqua Dots" Nov.
7. The CPSC advised con-
sumers to stop using the
recalled products imme-
.diately unless otherwise
*instructed.


The recalled toy, made in
China, is a craft kit which
allows children to create
various multi-dimensional
designs using small col-
ored beads. The beads fuse
together when sprayed with
water. The recall applies
to all models of Aqua Dots.
The product is available in
various different kits with
accessories such as a drying
fan, applicator pen, design
templates for the beads,
and spray bottle. The prod-
uct is labeled for ages 4+.


About 4.2 million of the
kits were mass merchan-
dised between April 2007
and November 2007 for
between $17 and $30.
The toy was found to
be hazardous because the
coating on the beads that
causes the beads to stick
to each other when water
is added contains a chemi-
cal that can turn toxic
when many are ingested.
Children who swallow the
beads can become comatose,
develop respiratory depres-


siory, or have seizures.
Consumers should imme-
diately take the recalled
toy away from children
and contact Spin Master
to return for free replace-
ment beads or a toy of equal
value.
For more information,
contact Spin Master at
(800) 622-8339 between
9 a.m. and 6 p.m. EST
Monday through Friday or
visit www.aquadotsrecall.
com.


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In conjunction with the American Cancer Society's
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an all-day smoke out health fair today in front of the Navy
Exchange. Smokers can stop by to pick up educational
information on the dangers of smoking and the programs
available to help break the habit. Staff members will also
2 offer free monoxide checks and tobacco substitutes for
g smokers that wish to quit that day.
Since 1977, the Great American Smoke Out has been
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challenge Americans to quit smoking. Thousands of lives
have been saved just by this event. Smokers who were
challenged to quit for one day decided to quit for good.
r- The Navy's latest health survey revealed a negative
- trend in our Sailors and Marines. Smoking has increased
r in the last few years in addition to an increase in spit
n tobacco and cigar use iri the Marines Corps. Forty-six
n million Americans still smoke cigarettes. But on a posi-
n tive note, smoking has decreased by 50 percent since the
.l 1970's. Smoking is just as lethal for women. Lung cancer
deaths from smoking women surpassing breast cancer
e deaths almost 20 years ago - in 1987.
g Smoking continues to be the most preventable cause of
e premature death in our society, with the average death
toll surpassing 440,000 and the daily death toll over 1,200.
r Spit tobacco deaths (snuff and chew) are averaging 9,000
annually from oral cancer.
Only one in 10 smokers quit each year, but when they
attend a tobacco cessation program working with counsel-
ors, doctors, dentists and other helping professionals, the
success rates climb to 20-40 percent.
In recent years, many smokers have switched to "light"
cigarettes with the belief that this will not be as harmful
as their regular smokes. A new study finds that smoking
just one to four cigarettes per day nearly triples risks for
dying of heart disease or lung cancer.
Reporting in the current issue of Tobacco Control,
researchers compared people who'd never smoked with
those who smoked one to four cigarettes a day. They
discovered the one to four cigarettes-a-day smokers were
nearly three times as likely to die of heart disease..Men
who were light smokers were nearly three times as likely
to die of lung cancer, while women who were light smokers
were nearly five times as likely to be killed by lung cancer,
compared with non-smokers.
Of the approximate 440,000 cigarette smoking deaths
per year in America:
* 123,000 died from lung cancer
* 98,000 died from coronary heart disease
* 72,000 from chronic lung disease
* 81,000 from other diagnoses
* 32,000 from other cancers
* 24,000 deaths from strokes
Approximately 53,000 people also die annually from
environmental tobacco smoke or second hand smoke.
Why don't they just quit? Smoking and any tobacco use
is an addiction to the stimulant drug nicotine, one of the
most addictive drugs none to man. Tobacco smoke con-
tains a very complex mixture of about 4,000 identified
substances that adversely affect the cardiovascular sys-
tem (60 known carcinogens). Nicotine is just one chemical,
the addictive one, tar, a natural substance in tobacco, is
the biggest killer.
Tobacco tar looks feels and smells very similar to the
asphalt tar you see on our roads! Most of these 4,000 tox-
ins are added to the tobacco by the manufacturing plants,
but many are natural and also come from fertilizers,
insecticides and pollution. When you inhale tobacco' smoke
these particles accumulate in the entire cardiovascular
system, particular in the lungs; bronchial tubes, bronchi-
oles, air sacs, etc. It's the long-term exposure and accumu-
lation of these toxins that cause all the horrible diseases.
One cigarette takes an average seven to 11 minutes off
of your life with the average smoker dying 15-16 years
early. If you smoke a half a pack of cigarettes a day you
accumulate about a pint of tar in your lungs!
The majority of the medical problems we see in the
younger Navy personnel and some retirees and their fam-
ir ily members are not the lung cancer issues, but. diseases
re such as emphysema, heart disease, high blood pressure,
is diabetes, poor circulation in the extremities and others.
Many retirees come to the Wellness Center when it's too
g late and already have debilitating diseases. Or they wait
al until they retire to quit and their then lifestyle is greatly
ic affected in a negative way. Don't procrastinate. Call the
er Wellness Center and get into a smoking cessation program
ie today. For more information, call 542-5292.



























Photo courtesy of FISC Detachment Jax
Fleet Industrial Supply Center Detachment Jax employees gather with,Commander, Navy
Region Southeast Rear. Adm. Michael Vitale (fifth from left, front row) after his recent visit to
the center.

CNRSE visits Fleet and Industrial


Supply Center Detachment Jax


. By John Emmert
FISC Jax Corporate
- Communications Office

Rear Adm. Michael
Vitale, command-
/er, Navy Region
Southeast (CNRSE) visited
Fleet and Industrial Supply
Center (FISC) Detachment
Jacksonville headquarters
Oct. 29 to meet with key
headquarters staff and
FISC Det Jax site directors
from across Navy Region
Southeast. Capt. Karl Rau,
FISC Det Jax commanding
officer and CNRSE program
director for logistics, gave
Vitale a command overview
highlighting FISC Det Jax's
successes in supporting
the fleet, fighter and fam-
ily across the Southeast
Region.
"FISC Detachment Jax is
the logistics leader in the
Southeast Region. We sup-
port the fleet in a myriad
of ways including aviation
industrial support, acquisi-
tion support, mail services,
. fuel services and household
goods services," said Rau..
"Other important
,functions we provide
include the Navy Food


Management Team, con-
tracting and Inter-Service
Supply Support Operations
Program management,"
he said. "These are just a
fraction of the things we do
to support the warfighter.
Once enterprise resource
planning (ERP) is in place,
customers will see an
improved level of support."
Navy ERP is a manage-
ment system that standard-
izes Navy business opera-
tions to increase effective-
ness and efficiency. Vitale
was particularly interested
in how FISC Detachment
Jax would implement ERP
and the possibility of using
the successful components
of ERP in the future for the
Southeast Region.
Throughout the presen-
tation, Rau engaged Vitale
in dialogue detailing FISC
Detachment Jax's ongoing
dedication to provide top
quality logistics support to
the 20-plus installations
Vitale commands. Rau
assured Vitale that FISC
Detachment Jax's work-
force of nearly 1,300 stands
ready to meet the Southeast
Region's challenges now
and into the future.


After the briefing ended,
Vitale spoke to the meeting.
attendees about his expec-
tations of FISC Detachment
Jax and its role in keeping.
the Southeast Regiori mis-
sion ready. In particular,
he lauded the command's
strategic initiative of using
Lean Six Sigma to improve
the products and services
provided to its customers.
The admiral closed by stat-
ing that "Three P's" drive
his thought process: prag-
matism, parsimony and
perseverance. He is data-
driven and focused on met-
rics. He is focused on the
product produced and if not
up to par, he will focus on
the process via which that
product is produced. He
will look for substance over
form."


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American Indians recognized




















' ' '-'"---... '" ,-' Photos by Kaylee LaRocque

a short presentation on Navajo
! * - . ..,. -Indian heritage at the American
- - ___ .;- ........ Indian Heritage Observance on
US 3Nov.8.




GMG1 Nona Butler of the
NAS Jax Weapons Department
discusses her Indian heritage
with GMSN Miguel Velasquez
at the American Indian Heritage
Observance at the Flight Line
CafM on Nov. 8. The event fea-
- .tured a special meal and a pre-
4. sensation about Navajo Indian
- customs, language, beliefs and
religion by Butler. The event was
sponsored by the NAS Jax Multi-
Cultural Awareness Committee.






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The NCTS Jacksonville Team shows their excitement during the canoe portion of the Xtreme Challenge Nov. 9.


Photo by MCSN Kenneth Abbate


NAS JAX TEAMS PARTICIPATE IN ANNUAL EVENT


By MCSN Kenneth Abbate
Special Contributor


Mountain biking, canoeing and run-
ning were just some of the skill
challenges that participants had
to partake in during the Xtreme Challenge
at NSB Kings Bay Nov. 8 and 9.
The Xtreme Challenge was sponsored
by Outdoor Adventures and had a total
of seven teams from all over Navy Region
Southeast. Each team consisted of three


members, two of whom had to be active
duty military, reserve or retired. Teams
were also required to have at least one
female. Teams from NS Mayport, NSB
Kings Bay, NAS Key West and NAS
Jacksonville each accepted the challenge
presented by the two-day event.
The challenge was broken up into two
days with several events that tested each
team's speed, endurance and ability to
work together as one.
Day one consisted of a four-mile canoe


race, followed by a 7.5-mile run to the base
pool where each team had to swim 27 laps
(nine by each team member) then run the
7.5 miles back to the starting point to pick
up their bikes for an eight-mile mountain
bike course. At the end of day one, each
team trekked out into the wilderness to
find a point on a map with nothing but a
compass to guide them.
Day two started with a four-mile canoe
race and a team rope climbing challenge
followed by a 25-mile mountain bike/paint-


ball course. An eight-mile dash to the fin-
ish line concluded the event.
"The main reason I think this is such an
'Xtreme Challenge' is based on the fact that
it is non stop movement without any rest,"
said NSB Kings Bay Outdoor Programmer
for Outdoor Adventures Donnie Popham.
"This event mainly tests each team's
endurance and how well they trained as a
whole."


See CHALLENGE, Page 7


NCTS team member AW1 (AW) Ashley George eyes the target down range at the NSB Kings'
Bay Paintball Field. Each team member needed to hit the three targets 10 times to complete
the event.


Shake-n-Bake team members (from left) AW2(AW/NAC)
Sean Bader, AMC(AW/SW) Dawn Bryce and AW2(AW/NAC)
Brandon Hogan accept their prize bags filled with goods from
'the NSB Kings Bay Outdoor Adventure Center.


NCTS team members Cmdr. Shawn Roberts, AW1 (AW) Ashley
George, and ET1 (SW) Jeromy Carriker) accept their gift
bags filled with NSB Kings Bay Outdoor Adventure Center
merchandise. The NCTS team came in first overall between
the two Jacksonville teams and will represent their base at
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


AW2(AW/NAC) Sean Bader (left) and AW2(AW/NAC)
Brandon Hogan from Team Shake-n-Bake participate in the
eight-mile run of the Xtreme Challenge.


During the swimming portion of day one of the. - -
Xtreme Challenge, Lt. Cmdr. Shawn Roberts comn-
pletes one of his nine laps
at the NSB Kings Bay
Fitness Complex Pool.
.The swim portion of ' -
the event consisted . -
of 27 laps down -
and ba'ckwith every -
team mi rtiber- -- ,
completing nine laps.









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CHALLENGE: KEY WEST'S TEAM AMERICA FINISHES FIRST


From Page 6


The goal of the event was to determine which teams
would be competing at the region-wide tournament at
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in February. The best team from
each base. will travel to Cuba on an all expenses paid trip
to represent their commands.
Key West's Team America finished first overall with
a time of 9:03:47, followed by Kings Bay's Capt. JJ's
Motivators at 9:09:03. Mayport's Leonidas finished third
with a time of 9:50:01 and NAS Jacksonville's teams
NCTS and Shake-n-Bake finished fourth and fifth respec-
tively with times of 11:47:00 and 12:00:12. Key West's Top
Dawgs finished sixth with a time of 12:40:26. Key West's
FUHRC was unable to finish due to an injury to one its
team members on day one.
"This was an'awesome event. It was definitely one of
the toughest things I've done, but I loved it. I think the
hardest part was running seven and a half miles and
then jumping in the cold water for the swimming por-


tion. We wore ourselves out but everything went great,
except for a couple equipment failures," said Lt. Cmdr.
Shawn Roberts, executive officer of Naval Computer and
Telecommunications Station (NCTS) Jax. "We qualified to
go to Guantanamo Bay and are very excited about going
and representing the base and our command."
The NCTS team was comprised of ET1 Jeromy Carriker,
AW2 Ashley George of VP-5 and alternate ET1 Angelo
Echevarria. "This was a great experience and very chal-
lenging. I joined this team at the last minute and didn't
get to train with them at all. We will plan to do lots of
training together before we head to Guantanamo Bay,"
stated George.
"It was a very long drive up here from Key West and
we were just happy to make it here," said Key West Team
America Team Captain Maj. Jonathan Stabile. "Kings Bay
came out strong during the first half, but we felt like we
were able to push through the pain and hold onto the top
spot."
Shake-n-Bake team members consisted of AMC(AW/SW)


Dawn Bryce and AW2(AW/NAC) Sean Bader of VP-30 and
AW2(AW/NAC) Brandon Hogan of Commander, Patrol
and Reconnaissance Wing Eleven.
"Our team would done much better if I hadn't sprained
my ankle at the beginning of the event. It was tough and
we didn't get to train together as a team because we came
together at the last minute when another team lost a
member. But overall, I really enjoyed it," said Bryce.
Although they came up just a little short in the end,
Kings Bay's team was satisfied with their team's overall
effort.
"Overall I think we did a great job, second place is pretty
good for a couple. of guys who haven't been on dry land for
more than two months," said Kings Bay Team Captain Lt.
Bryson Person.
"We signed up. for this a little more than a' month ago
and this our first time doing something like this as a
team. We've got a lot of hard work ahead of us. Hopefully
we can make it competitive in Cuba."






8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 15, 2007

From the wisdom tree: A word for first timers in the Navy


By Chaplain (Cmdr.) Bruce Hill
NAS Jax Chapel

I write this article to share some insight
on how new Sailors can have success
during their first four years in the
Navy. It is displeasing to me to see young
Sailors failing in their second big step in
life. The first big step is to graduate from
high school. I am aware that the Navy
isn't for everybody, but I do believe that
there are some things young Sailors can
do to make the best of any given situation.
We all make poor decisions at times but
we must be able to turn them into some-
thing positive by changing our thought
process.
., I have more than 30 years of experience
in the Navy and from other varied profes-
, sions where I see young people failing to
succeed in life. I don't claim to know it all
but what I know that works, works. I am
not the wisdom tree but one whom has
drawn from it many times to make positive
decisions. I do not claim to have wisdom
but what I have, was acquired from life
experiences and what the Lord God has
sent my way. I pray that you will receive,
process and act upon the message in this
article.
I would like to begin by asking what
is wisdom? There are several definitions.
Webster says wisdom is a wise attitude or
course of action. Wisdom is knowledge. It is
scientific learning. I want to share a more
practical meaning of wisdom. Biblically,
Psalm 111:10 says, "The fear of the Lord
is the beginning of wisdom; A good under-
standing have all those who do His com-
mandments. His praise endures forever."
Wisdom is the ability to make right choic-
es.
I believe this is where many new Sailors
fail during their first tour: They lack the


knowledge, experience and understand-
ing of surviving their first enlistment.
Therefore, they must seek
wisdom. God gives wisdom
to those who fear (respect)
him. Understanding comes
through doing his com-
mandments.
So, what should the
young Sailor be concerned
about during his/her first
enlistment. From a chap- ,
lain's perspective, the Sailor
should apply wisdom and
not get preoccupied with
marriage, immoral lifestyle
and indebtness. Let me Chaplain (Cm
briefly elucidate on each.
Marriage demands commitment, dedica-
tion and responsible behavior. Most young
Sailors are 18 to 20 years old when they
enlist into the Navy. They still have a lot
of growing to do to mature into adulthood.
Moving too fast into adulthood can cre-
ate unnecessary. burdens on individuals.
Marriage also requires financial stability.
It is very difficult for a Sailor to live off of
E-2 to E-4 pay with a wife. Not to mention
having a child or children.
Engaging in marriage at this level can
cause emotional, financial and psycholo-
gloical problems. Therefore, it is my sug-
gestion for the young Sailor to understand
as much as possible about the Navy and
gradually plan for a wife/husband or fam-
ily. There is a saying, "if the Navy wanted
you to have a wife, you would have been
issued one in your seabag."
I have seen some of the best Sailors dis-
charged from the Navy within two years of


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Safety tips for turkey fryers


From the Fire Prevention Division-
Since 1998, reports of 75 incidents
that involved fires, flames, or burns
associated with turkey fryers. Here
are some of the hazard scenarios:
* House fires associated with turkey fry-
ers leading to injuries and property dam-
age.
* Ignition of oil used with turkey fry-
ers. This was often related to oil reaching
excess temperatures or oil contacting -the
Open flame of the fryer.
SSplashing of hot oil causing burns.
- The majority of reported incidents
occurred while the oil was being heated,,
prior to adding the turkey. For this reason,
it is very important consumers monitor the
tenmerature of the oil closely.
If an.v smoke' at Aif is noticed coming
from a heating pot of oil, the burner should
be turned off immediately because the oil
is overheated.
There is a risk of injury resulting from
splashing due to the cooking of partially
frozen meats. Thoroughly thaw and dry all
meats before cooking in hot oil.
One reported burn incident occurred
when partially frozen chicken wings were
Added to hot oil in a turkey fryer.
The following recommendations are pro-
vided for those planning to fry turkeys this
holiday season:
* Keep fryer in full view while burner is
on.
* Place the fryer in an open area away
from all walls, fences, or other structures.
* Never use a fryer in, on or under a
garage, breezeway, carport, balcony, porch
or dny structure that can catch fire.
* Raise and lower food slowly to reduce
splatter and avoid burns.
* Cover bare skin when adding or remov-


ing food.
* Check the oil temperature frequently.
* If oil begins to smoke, immediately
turn gas supply off.
* If a fire occurs, immediately call 911.
Do not attempt to extinguish fire with
water.
* Turkey fryers shall be used in accor-
dance with the manufacturer's instruc-
tions. They shall not be used on balco-
nies or inside any facility to include family
housing.
* Children shall be kept clear 6f fryers
at all times. The minimal safety distance
from any structure should be 10 feet.
For safest operation, the Fire.Prevention
Division recommends that consumers fol-
low, these guidelines as they prepare to use
a turkey fryer:
* Make sure there is at least two Teet of
space between the liquid propane tank and
fryer burner. ',
* Place the liquid propane gas tank and
fryer so that any wind blows, the heat of.
the fryer away from the gas tank..
* Center the pot over the burner on the
cooker.
* Completely thaw (USDA says 24 hours '
for every four to five pounds) and dry tur-
key before cooking. Partially frozen and/or
wet turkeys can produce excessive hot oil
splatter when added to the oil.
* Follow the manufacturer's instructions
to determine the proper amount of oil to
add.
If those are not available: . . .
* Place turkey in pot
* Fill with water until the turkey is cov-
ered by about a half an inch of water
* Remove and dry turkey
* Mark water level. Dump water, dry the
pot and fill with oil to the marked level.


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their four or six year enlistments because
of immoral behavior. A wild and lose life-
style is not the standard
to grow into a well suited
Sailor the Navy is seeking.
Your conduct must have
restrictions and limitations.
Use wisdom in making
moral and ethical decisions
about marriage, dating,
drinking, sex, gambling and
. .drugs. Your integrity sets
the standard for success in
the Navy. Don't develop an
- ' attitude of having a good
J ole' time and the result is
r.)Bruce Hill ruin, defeat, and shame.
r.) Bruce Hill Then you will have a one
way ticket back home with regrets and
embarrassment of not fulfilling your enlist-
ment obligation. Make good choices that
will ensure success all the way.
Granted, Sailors on their first tour want
to impress, show off and acquire things.
The first inclination is to buy a car, rent
an apartment, buy an expensive wardrobe,
party and travel. These things are desir-
able and needy but not to the extreme. Set
priorities on what to do first and remember
your net income. Never obligate yourself
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with "National Military
Family Month," and the
scholarships are a great
way for commissaries to get
involved with the communi-
ty and demonstrate support
and respect for the contri-
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tor and chief executive
officer, the program has
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ships enable many families
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donated by manufactur-
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that sell groceries in com-
missaries, and every dollar
donated to the program by
industry or the general pub-
lic goes to fund the schol-
arships. The program is
administered by the Fisher
House Foundation.
Eligibility is det'er-


mined using the Defense
Enrollment Eligibility
Reporting System (DEERS)
database. Applicants should
ensure that they, as well as
their sponsor, are enrolled
in the DEERS database and
have a current ID card. The
applicant must be planning
to attend, or already attend-
ing, an accredited college or
university full-time in the
fall of 2008, or enrolled in a
program of studies designed
to transfer directly into a
four-year program.
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?" Applications
must be turned in to a com-
missary by close of business
on Feb. 20. At least one
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financial trouble. As a rule of thumb, every
time the Navypays you - you pay God and
yourself. You have a lifetime to acquire
things and don't try to get everything with-
in your first enlistment. Stay on board
ship, its free. Travel but also save. Ride
the bus until you save money for a car. Get
your feet wet and as you feel the depth of
the water, move out a little further.
In closing, first timers should use the
wisdom of God in making all decisions.
Pray about things first and then decide
a course of action. God wants to help you
make good choices.
Again, avoid marriage, immoral life-
styles and indebtness but heed to doing the
things that will guarantee success. I sug-
gest to Sailors on their first enlistment to
seek God for directions and a personal rela-
tionship. Take college education courses to
further their academic ambitions. Start
a financial investment program. Open a
checking and savings account.
Identify a mentor who can help you/them
adjust to a military setting. Learn your job,
the Navy organization and study to pre-
pare for promotion. Know and take advan-
tage of all the benefits the Navy has to
offer.
Associate yourself with people who have
a success plan and are working to reach
their goals. Always stay open and positive
and do your best in all things. When in
doubt or confused, draw from the wisdom
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NMSC names top Sailors for third quarter


By MCI(SW) Nick De La Cruz
NMSC Public Affairs
Navy Medicine Support Command recently named
the Administration Department's leading petty
officer and a Medical Service Corps staff special-
ist as the NMSC Sailor of the Quarter (SOQ) and Junior
Sailor of the Quarter (JSOQ), respectively, for the July-
September 2007 third quarter.
YN1 Miller Shield is the command's top senior Sailor
for the third quarter and HN Sean McDougall is the top
junior Sailor.
"I can't lie. I was thrilled when I found out I had been
selected," admitted Shield, a Fort Worth, Texas, native.
"When I first found out, I was literally speechless - which
for me is saying something."
McDougall professed, "I was overwhelmed by a feeling
of accomplishment. My first thought was how good it is to
be acknowledged for doing my job well by my supervisors
who see the work I do."
"I nominated YN1 because he is extremely professional
and devotes much of his time to sharing his knowledge
and developing the skills of subordinates throughout the
command," said HMC Adria Lauderdale, NMSC admin
department leading chief petty officer.
"He's the kind of Sailor any chief would be proud to have
as their leading petty officer (LPO) because he's a superb
leader who is very reliable and truly cares about his fellow
Sailors." ,
As the Admin LPO, Shield provides administrative
support to more than 4,300 personnel situated around
the world in NMSC's area of responsibility. Aside from
his administrative duties, Shield also coordinates NMSC


YN1 Miller Shield HN Sean McDougall
volunteers for the local Habitat for Humanity Chapter,
HabiJax. He most recently led a team of seven NMSC vol-
unteers on a HabiJax project Oct. 25.
Shield is also pursuing a degree in business manage-
ment and has aspirations of becoming a chief petty officer
soon.
"With his talents and drive there are no limits for his
future," said Lauderdale.
NMSC's JSOQ, who works in the Centralized
Credentials and Privileginig Department (CCPD), hails
from Asheboro, N.C.
"As a medical staff specialist in CCPD, I re-credential
Navy Reserve medical department officers in the Medical
Service Corps so they can continue to support the global
mission of the Navy," said McDougall. "I also coordinate
weapons qualifications for NMSC personnel so they can
stay current with their required weapons training."


* The cost of freedom *


By Billy Joe Cate
Special Contributor
To every American military serving,
served or ever fought, our free America today
comes from the freedom you bought.
I am so proud of the military volunteers
willing to go in harm's way, you are protecting
our freedom no matter what the critics say.
We as Americans should know freedom is never free,
without the military our freedom could never be.
There are those who spend their time in destructive talk
about our troops who have the courage to do the walk.
Would those critics ever have the courage to fight?
Could it be they just want to dim
our hero's brightest light?
In our leaders, Americans look
for a hint of common sense, if lost
I believe we would lose a critical part of our defense.
My praise goes to our troops who are
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A standout Sailor, McDougall is the treasurer for
NMSC's Petty Officer and Blue Jacket Association. But,
according to his LPO, that's just who he is.
"Through thick and thin he is always motivated,"
explained HM1 Bobbie Landrum, McDougall's LPO. "He is
truly dedicated to the mission and his shipmates."
According to Landrum, it's his 'can do' attitude that led
to his selection. "I nominated him because he is a true
hard charger," said Landrum. "Although he's one of the
youngest Sailors here, no job is ever too big for him. He is
the 'go to person' if you want the job done quickly and cor-
rectly."
The 2003 Asheboro High School graduate said he gained
insight and motivation from other junior Sailors of the
Quarter.
"The previous JSOQs this year were a great inspiration,"
explained McDougall. "Along with the great leadership in
my department, and throughout the command, everyone
here motivates me to strive to be the best I can be."
That same esprit de corps is what motivated this
young veteran of just under two years to volunteer for an
Individual Augmentee (IA) tour to Kuwait. He leaves in
January. In fact, volunteering for IA tours is a common
thread between this quarter's SOQ and SJOQ.
"I volunteered before I even knew I was nominated,"
said Shield. "So, part of my 'in-office' celebration was
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Sailors from NAS Jacksonville and NS Mayport enjoy the applause from the cheering crowd at
Photos by Dan and Suzanne Speight the Veterans Day parade Monday.


Jacksonville hosts Veterans Day parade

By MCC Suzanne Speight for City of Jacksonville Dan McCarthy. "Jacksonville, of
Special Contributor course, is a Navy town, but there is a great presence from
all the services here, including Army Recruiting, Marines
t was red, white and blue in downtown Jacksonville at Blount Island Command, Air Force and Coast Guard."
Monday as thousands lined the streets to pay tribute McCarthy announced each unit as they passed the review-
Sto service men and women past and present. The ing stand.
Annual event kicked off at 11:01 a.m. and featured more "I like watching the motorcycles drive in circles,"
tahn Q 9 nartieinants including veterans' organizations, said 10-year-old Sean Chapman as the Buffalo Soldiers


high school bands, ROTC units and military commands.
As each unit strode past the official reviewing area, they
acknowledged the dignitaries and special invited guests
with performances or the command of "eye's right." Many
threw candy to children in the audience.
But the festivities may have been most warming for
the veterans themselves in attendance at the parade.
"I appreciate the way this city always puts on a great
show for Veterans Day." said retired Harold Harper who.
at 94. was the parade's official oldest veteran. "It's good
weather. good people, a great day."
Harper served in World War II in the U.S. Army's
42nd Infantry and wore his uniform to participate in the
parade.
SA strong support of patriotism was evident as young and
61d alike watched and cheered, waving American flags as
each unit passed. Veterans from all branches of the mili-
tary proudly wore their uniforms, many reminiscing with
strangers about their service to the country.
Paul and Angela Mrgich brought their children to the
parade "to support our country." The young girls' waved
an American flag as floats and classic cars passed by and
clamored for any flying candy tossed to the curb by parade
participants.
? "We're here today to make sure the veterans who have
served this country are honored and made to feel the great
heroes that they are," said Director of Military Affairs


Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Michael
Vitale and his wife, Debbie, greet the crowd.


NAS lax Commanding Officer Capt. lack Scorby accompanied
by his wife, Chris, waves to onlookers.


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A patriotic
youngster
enjoys a
birds-eye
view of the
parade.


Tuskegee Airman Wayman Surcey, one of the parade's grand
marshals, greets the crowd at the Jacksonville Veterans Day
Parade.

PARADE: More than

95 participants took part


From Page 11

motorcycles roared down
the street in patterns.
Harris came to the parade
with mother Pam Chapman,
who said Veterans Day
has always been impor-
tant to the family. She
was married on Veterans
Day, and her parents wed
on the holiday as well.
Navy retirees were out in
force with a display of sup-
port.
"With our country at war,
I think it's so important
for folks to come out and
show their support for
our troops," said Sylvia
Osewalt, who attended with
a group of women veterans
from the Women in Military
Service for America
Memorial Foundation. "Its
great to see so many ROTC
groups and young people
out here today."
Veterans Day is a national
federal holiday, celebrated
throughout the country. It
started with the original
celebration of Armistice


Day at the end of World
War I on Nov. 11, 1918.
On every continent, for-
mal events commemorated
this historic moment, and
so it was no surprise that
Armistice Day would evolve
into a national holiday that
continued to be celebrated
year after year.
In November 1919,
President Woodrow Wilson
issued his Armistice Day
proclamation. "To us in
America, the reflections
of Armistice Day will be
filled with solemn pride in
the heroism of those who
died in the country's ser-
vice and with gratitude for
the victory. Both because
of the thing from which it
has freed us and because
of the opportunity it has
given America to show her
sympathy with peace and
justice in the councils of the
nations . . ."
For 16 years, the United
States formally observed
Armistice Day with impres-
sive ceremonies at the
Tomb of the Unknown


The oldest veteran, Harold Harper, 94, served with the 42nd
Infantry in Europe during World War II.


Soldier, where the president
would place a wreath. In
many other communities,
the American Legion was
in charge of the observance,
which included parades
and religious services. At
11 a.m., all traffic stopped,
shots were fired and taps
sounded. Slowly, the holi-
day that was to commemo-
rate the end of World War
I evolved into a general
celebration of all veterans.
Leaders of veterans groups
began to celebrate the origi-
nal date of Nov. 11 to honor
all who had fought in vari-
ous American wars, not just
World War I.
It was in Emporia,
Kansas, Nov. 11, 1953,
that a local veterans' group
held the first "unofficial"
Veterans Day celebration
instead of Armistice Day.
An Act of Congress changed
the name to Veterans
Day on May 25, 1954. In
October of that year,
President Eisenhower called
on all citizens to observe
the day by remembering
the sacrifices of all those
who fought for our coun-
try. Thus the celebration of
Armistice Day was official-


ly replaced with Veterans
Day and American veter-
ans of all wars were to be
honored. This is in contrast
to Memorial Day, which is
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YN3(AW) Cecilia Carrera of VP-45 happily smothers her son,
Christopher, with kisses while her fiance, Tommy Scyffore,
looks on after returning home to NAS jax on Nov. 8. The
squadron is currently deployed to NAS Sigonella, Italy and El
Salvador and is returning this month and in early December.


VP-45 members

come home

Photos by Kaylee LaRocque


A03 Alex Marin of VP-45 greets his 3-week-old son, Masen
for the first time as his wife, Tehlawos, looks on. Marin
has been on deployment with his squadron for the past six
months.


A03 Alex Marin kisses his wife, Tehlawos, after arriving home
Nov. 8 from a six-month deployment with VP-45.


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From the USO
Support San Diego shipmates
The NAS Jax USO is a drop-off location for gift cards to help ease
the financial burden some military families are facing 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 partnership between the
Orlando Magic and the Greater Jacksonville Area USO, in which free
tickets are given to active duty military and their families for specific
games. Requests for tickets are now being accepted 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 Thanksgiving meal
Bono's Pit Bar-B-Q will honor families of deployed service members
on Thanksgiving with a free Thanksgiving feast and family fun event
at their restaurant on Gate Parkway and Jay Turner Butler Boulevard.
Meal times are at 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. Space is limited so
stop by the NAS Jax or NS Mayport USO office to pick up a free
ticket.
Daytona 500 Experience
The Daytona 500 Experience '"The official 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.
Pal Day
Mark your calendars for the 50th anniversary of USO Pal Day ,in
St. Augustine Dec. 1. Pal Day is an annual appreciation event in
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Lt. Michael Minervini
of the VP-16 "War Eagles"
happily greets his 3-year-old
daughter, Isabella, after returning
home from a three monlh
deployment to Ali Air Base in
Tallili, Iraq, Nov. 9.


Photos by
Kaylee LaRocque

AO1 Henry Stewart, of VP-16
carries his son, Matthew, on the
flightline after returning home
from Iraq. .


FFSC offers educational and support programs


From FFSC


T he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive mea-
sure for avoidance of personal and family
problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
to service members and their families as
well as Department of Defense civilian per-
sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
tration.
The following workshops are available in
November and December:
Nov. 20, 12:30 - 3:30 p.m. - Money, Debt


and Credit Management Workshop
Nov. 26-29, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Workshop (Retiring)
Nov. 27, 9 a.m. - noon - Anger
Management Workshop
Dec. 3-6, Transition Assistance Workshop
(Separating)
Dec. 3-7, 6-10 p.m. - Basic Ombudsman
Training
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Dec. 10-13, Transition Assistance
Workshop (Retiring)
Dec. 11, 9 a.m. to noon - Stress
Management Workshop
Dec. 18, 9 a.m. to noon - Anger
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For further information or to register,
call 542-2766. ext. 127.


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WOMEN OF COLOR: Award

recipient is 'a true superstar'
From Page 1

The award serves a twofold purpose. It creates an
awareness of the vast pool of talented and accomplished
minorities and dismisses myths of lack of achievement
and the awardees serve as role models who can excite and
inspire young people to reach
their own potential.
"It is truly a blessing to
receive this award," said
Dailey. "It is a reflection of
the outstanding accomplish-
ments and work preformed by
the entire NAVFAC Southeast
CIO team."
Dailey was recommended
for the award for her superior
leadership, community out-
reach and mentoring skills.
"Our 1,700 employees need Linda Dailey
superb information technol-
ogy (IT) equipment and IT service to execute this massive
workload," said NAVFAC Southeast Business Manager
Ralph Kaneshiro. "Her flawless performance of her vari-
ous functions directly contributed to this success in a
complex organizational environment undergoing major
organizational transformation."
During fiscal year 2007, NAVFAC Southeast executed
$1.2 billion in construction work, $700 million in new
design, $900 million in public works business and $700
million in real estate.
As the CIO, Dailey performs strategic planning, capital
planning and investment control, workforce planning,
resource management, knowledge management, archi-
tecture and infrastructure planning and management,
and information security management. She establishes
policy and ensures leveraging of information technol-
ogy at NAVFAC Southeast headquarters and 26 field
offices throughout seven states in the southeastern United
States, Puerto Rico, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
She is a mentor for young single mothers and strives to
develop leaders among her employees working with her
managers to encourage them to be empowered to do things
and make decisions. Daily is an advocate for properly
training the IT workforce and upgrading the workforce
qualifications through recruiting and strategic- succession
management.
"She is a force multiplier. By establishing high stan-
dards and setting a personal example, she has inspired the
entire NAVFAC Southeast team to superior levels of excel-
lence, accountability, and performance," said Kaneshiro.
"She is a true superstar!"


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AW1 Lloyd Wood of VP-30 hands out some goodies to a class
of children at Crystal Springs Elementary after talking to
them about his job and what it means to be a veteran Nov. 8.


MASN Cher Vang of NAS Jax Security Department (left)
gets together with a group of students at Crystal Springs
Elementary School Nov. 8. Vang and several other military
members from NAS jax headed to the school to talk about
their jobs and what it means to be a veteran.


NMSC: Vinci to replace Turner


From Page 1

tistry graduating in 1977 with a
D.D.S. degree.
Vinci's assignments as an officer
include: the Naval Regional Dental
Center in Jacksonville; USS. Bryce
Canyon (AD-36); Naval Regional
Dental Clinic, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii;
advanced training in operative den-
tistry at the University of Michigan,


where he graduated with a master's
degree in restorative dentistry; Naval
Dental Center, Orlando; execu-
tive officer (XO) of the 3rd Dental
Company in Okinawa, Japan; head of
Professional Standards at the Bureau
of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED)
in Washington, DC; director of the
Branch Dental Clinic, Washington
Navy Yard, National Naval Dental
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Monday through Thursday
$30 military/$35
Am W AI Department of Defense


BOWLING

CENTER
For more information call
542-3493.

Wednesday
Active Duty Free Bowling
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Dollar Night
6 -10 p.m

Saturday
Extreme Bowling
9 p.m. - midnight
$10 per person, includes
shoe rental
Reservations are accepted!

Sunday
Family Day Special
$1 Games
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Thanksgiving Day
Open 5 - 10 p.m.
$1 games all day!
I.T.T

EVENTS
For more information about
ITT trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.

2008 Entertainment Books
Now on sale at ITT
$20 each plus free two-
week membership for
"Entertainment on
Vacation"

Jacksonville Jaguars tick-
ets on sale now!
Ticket prices $40 - $56.50
(Limit four tickets per
game per person)
Ride the ITT Jaguar
Shuttle for only $10 per
game or $80 for all regular
home season games.

Daytona 500 tickets on sale
now!
Super Stretch (rows 1-20)
$90
Super Stretch Tower (rows
33-51) $135 *these tickets
are for both Feb. 16 and 17.
NEXTEL Fan Zone $75
ITT shuttle $15 (limited
number of seats)

The Wedding Singer


Times-Union Moran Center
Saturday, 8 p.m.
$60.25

The Wiggles
Jacksonville Arena
Tonight, 6:30 p.m.
$33.25 per person

Keith Urban
Jacksonville Arena
Dec. 7
$73.75 per person

UF vs. Georgia Southern
Men's Basketball
Jacksonville Arena,
Dec. 15 at 3 p.m.
$47.75 per person

THE ZONE

COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for more
information.

Texas Hold'em
Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and
Thursday 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized
patrons and guests.
Gift certificates awarded!

Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday and
Friday
7:30 p.m. - until close

Bingo
Monday - Friday, 11:30
a.m.
Sunday - Thursday, 6:30
p.m.
Win cash!
FITNESS
AND

AQUATICS
For more information on
aquatics, call 542-2930.

Aqua Aerobics
Monday, Wednesday and
Friday
11 a.m. - noon

Swim Lessons at the indoor
pool
Nov. 26-29 and Dec. 3-6


YAC to launch Fit Factor Program
T he U.S. Navy Child and Youth Programs are
launching Fit Factor, a new youth fitness initiative
that encourages physical activity, healthy eating
selections and rewards youth between the ages of 16-
18 years old for their efforts. Fit Factor will stimulate
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. Fit
Factor is an exciting Web- based program that rewards
youths for being active and making healthy choices every-
day.
Fit Factor offers five levels for youth to complete as they
participate in any physical activity. They are: energy,
strength, agility, adventure and endurance. Prizes will be
awarded to youth as they accomplish each new level. Fit
Factor also encourages youth to:
* Be physical active for at least 60 minutes each day
* Make healthy eating habits
* Include friends and family participation in fun physi-
cal activities and games.
* Limit the amount of screen time (TV and computer)
* Adopt healthy exercise routines, including the broad
range of physical and leisure-time activities
Fit Factor, will be launched Navy-wide this month.
Contact or visit the Youth Activities Center to register
and receive your first prize! For more information, call
778-9772.
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Turkey Trot 5K
Nov. 16, 11:30 a.m.
Antenna Farm

Scion Slam
3-on-3 Basketball
Tournament and Car Show
Dec. 1
No entry fee! Win $1,000
for first place!
Sign up at www.scion.com/
scionslam
LIBERTY COVE

RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs
may be restricted to El-E5
single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call
the Liberty Cove Recreation
Center for more details,
542-3491.

Free Holiday Airport
Shuttle
Barracks residents
Tomorrow through Nov. 25
Sign-up at Liberty Cove

Indoor Rock Climbing Trip
Saturday
$10 per person

Jaguars Vs. Chargers
Game
Sunday
$5 per person

Free Thanksgiving Dinner
with Liberty
Nov. 22 at 6:30 p.m.
Liberty Cove
NAS JAX
GOLF

CLUB
For more information on
the golf course, call 542-
3249. For Mulligan's, call
542-2936.

Military Appreciation Days
at NAS Jax Golf Club
New rates! $15 per person,
includes cart and 18-holes
green fee.
Nov. 20 for active duty.
Nov. 22 for retirees and
Department of Defense per-
sonnel.

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

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Exchange parking lot. For more information, call 778-9772.


all hands. For details call
542-3491.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Hot Rod
(PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - Scarface
Part 1 (R)
Saturday, 7 p.m. - Scarface
Part 2 (R)
Nov. 23, 7 p.m. - Rescue'
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Nov. 23, 7 p.m. - Who's
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Nov. 30, 7 p.m. - The


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O'CLUB &

T-BAR
For information on booking
command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-
Bar, please call the Officers'
Club main office, 542-3041.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday - Friday, 3 - 7
p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3
- 7 p.m.


YOUTH

CENTER
Call 788-9772 for more
information.

Team Rootberry Show (ath-
letic, comedic juggling)
Tonight, 5 p.m., Free
At the Youth Center
www.rootberry.net

Holiday Camp Registration
Dec. 17-28
Packets are currently avail-
able at the Youth Center.


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1734 KINGSLEY AVE. OP
206 PARK AVE. OP
1313 BLANDING/KNIGHT BOXX OP
341 PARKAVE. OP
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4603 BLENDING BLVD. JAX
6510 NORMANDY BLVD. JAX
6409 SAN JUAN AVE JAX
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620 CHAFFEE RD JAX
CECIL FIELD JAX
5391 COLLINS RD. JAX
6260 103RD ST. JAX
79000103RD ST. JAX
1670 WELLS RD. OP
5480 COLLINS RD JAX
511 BULLS BAY HWY JAX
10980 NEW KINGS RD(US 1) JAX
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277 BLENDING BLVD OP
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182 BLENDING BLVD. OP
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338 COLLEGE & OLD JENNINGS OP
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8635 BLENDING BLVD JAX
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VETERANS: Ceremony honors

those who served in Vietnam conflict


From Page 1
Vitale then took the podium to thanks the
veterans in attendance. "It's a great honor
and great pleasure for me to represent the
men and women of the United States Navy
and recognize the contributions of this very
special group of patrons here today. Those
of you here today who have borne the bur-
den and experienced the fatigue of waging
war in order to bring it to peace, I thank
you and I thank you for the many men and
women who are in our military today for
your service to our country," stated Vitale.
"Many have heard of the sacrifices made
during the Vietnam War through books,
movies, through history, but you experi-
enced it.
"You were there and no one will ever
,understand your sacrifice more than you.
At the time, many of you didn't receive the
thanks, accolades or the support that was
rightfully yours. There were widespread,
disagreements about the war but your
service must not be forgotten," continued
Vitale. "We will learn nothing if we simply
forget. So today, we proudly recognize the
gallantry of our veterans who served the
country at that time. You laid the path for
the military we have today and we follow
gratefully in your footsteps. I hope you are
proud of us."
Vitale then introduced Crenshaw who has
recognized more than 1,200 veterans from
World War II and the Korean War in past
ceremonies. "Today we are honoring the
veterans of the Vietnam War. A lot of people
say that the Vietnam War is one of the most
misunderstood events in American history.
A lot of you didn't get the recognition you
deserved when you came back so this is
just kind of a small gesture of our grateful


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Congressman Ander Crenshaw, R-Fla.,'pres-
ents Vietnam veteran and former Prisoner of
War Richard Stratton with the American flag
after the flag passing ceremony.

appreciation for all that you did," remarked
Crenshaw. "The Vietnam War was one of
the longest conflicts American forces have
ever known and one of the most deadly.
Before the war ended in 1975, 58,000 lost
their lives, another 304,000 were wounded
but I don't have to relate the statistics to
you because you were there. The Vietnam
War was fought to prevent the rapid spread
of communism. America has always stood
firm on protecting freedom. Not just the
freedom for ourselves, but the freedom of
those who were often too weak to protect
themselves. Yours was a noble cause and
today we gather to say thank you for your
sacrifices, for your incredible danger, for
your hardship that you endured for your
country for the ideals of freedom."
Each individual Vietnam veteran was
then recognized and presented with a certif-
icate of Special Congressional Recognition


A group of Vietnam veterans and guests pay tribute to the the flag during the playing of the
national anthem by Navy Band Southeast.


in honor of their service to our country by
Crenshaw and Vitale. One by one, they
proudly accepted their certificates. "Many
of us came home and did what we did and
nothing was ever mentioned about Vietnam.
Many of us spent a lot of time over there
and it's nice to finally be recognized,"
said Vietnam veteran Tom Heffernan of
Macclenny.
After every veteran was recognized,
Scorby read Old Glory as members of each of
the five armed services performed the pass-
ing of the flag. The flag was then presented
to Vietnam veteran and former Prisoner of
War Richard Stratton by Crenshaw.
The ceremony concluded with a 21-gun
salute, the playing of Taps by members of
Navy Band Southeast and the benediction.
"I think this was really nice for everyone
because it's long overdue and any recogni-
tion the Vietnam vets get is great," said


NAS jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack
Scorby Jr. thanks Vietnam veteran Keith
Helton for his service during the Vietnam
War Commemoration Ceremony Nov. 9 at
NAS Jacksonville.
Vietnam veteran Robert Parsons of Lake
City.


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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


JAI SPORTS & STANDINGS


The Navy Wives Clubs of America Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings
are held in Building 13 (at the NAS Jax Main Gate)
at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and
Thursday and the first Saturday of the month from
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For more information, call 542-1582
or Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange Park.
The chapter also has service officers available
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 p.m. to
help with claims. To make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945. The chapter also
offers bingo every Saturday at 10 a.m. The public
is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active
and Retired Federal Employees invites all active
and retired employees to their regular monthly
meeting the second Tuesday of each month
at 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library. For more
information, call 276-9415.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet Reserve Unit 126
meets the second Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Fleet Reserve Building, 7673 Blanding
Boulevard. For more information, call 771-6850.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the
first Wednesday of every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry Cove
Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Dollhouse and miniatures enthusiasts hold
monthly meetings the first Tuesday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Hart Haven Baptist Church, 47 Jim
Wright Road. Club members share know-how and
help each other with room-boxes, dollhouses and
other miniature projects. Call Grace Tobey for more
information at 783-0354.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside holds
their monthly meeting the second Thursday of
each month at 10 a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard across
from the Orange Park Mall. Moms and children are
welcome at all activities. For information contact
Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go to momsclubopw@
yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's
meeting is held the third Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association, Inc.
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue room.
For more information, call Janneice Moore at 563-
4645.
The local chapter of the Military Officers Associa-


SPOUSE'S PERSPECTIiVE

The emotional cycle of deployment (Part 2)
Dr, Rp.th IAI..,Ith


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Special Contributbor

L ast week's article
identified the first
two stages of the
emotional cycle of deploy-
ment which take place dur-
ing the pre-deployment
stage. This week we look
at the middle stages that
take place during the actu-
al deployment/separation.
Each stage may be experi-
enced to varying degrees
and lengths depending on
your personality and previ-
ous experience.
Stage three, emotional
disorganization, takes place
during the first six weeks of
deployrihent' and for many
is the most difficult stage.
In this stage there can be
an initial relief that your
Sailor is gone and then a
sense of guilt for feeling
that way. This sense of
relief comes from the emo-
tional phases prior to the
departure. These feelings
are normal!
This stage can also be
accompanied by feelings of
restlessness and aimless-
ness. You may experience
feelings of isolation. It takes
time to get into a 'groove'
without your Sailor in the
home. Be patient with your-
self. Communicate with
your Sailor as much as pos-
sible. Start your mail drop
package. Get out and spend
time with friends or family
during this time. Pick up a
hobby and set a few goals to
accomplish during deploy-
ment.
If this stage seems over-
whelming contact your
ombudsman for support
and resources.
Stage four is called recov-
ery and stabilization. This
is when we have adjusted'
to the changes that deploy-
ment has brought. Many
spouses find a new strength
.and maturity at this point
;and enjoy a new sense of


tion of America meets for a dinner program the
third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club. All active, retired and
reserve officers of all services are encouraged to
attend. For reservations or more information, call
772-0237.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Active and Retired Federal Employees
Association extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired federal employees
to our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FLI-X meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will hold
its monthly meeting, Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the
Webb-Wesconnett Branch Library, 6887 103rd
Street, Jacksonville. For more information, contact
Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.
The St. Augustine Fall Art and Craft Festival
will be held Nov. 24-25 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Francis Field (at U.S. 1 and West Castillo Drive).
The festival is free. For more information, call (904)
824-2310.
The eighth annual Winter Celebration In Manda-
rin will be held Dec. 1 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Walter Jones Historical Park, 11964 Mandarin
Road. The free event is sponsored by the
Mandarin Museum & Historical Society. Activities
include: music, hayrides, rides on the putt-putt
train, visits with Santa, games and nature crafts,
nature exhibits and making Victorian ornaments
and s'mores. The 1875 farmhouse will be open for
tours all day. For more information, call 268-0784
or visit: www.mandarinmuseum.net.
The Vietnam Vets and Legacy Vets are hosting
the annual Toys for Tots Run Dec. 8 at 10 a.m. at the
Orange Park Kennel Club. For more information,
call 693-9877.
A USS Intrepid Reunion will be held Jan. 16-20 in
Venice, Fla. For more information, call Jules Nagy
at 759-8126.
The USS William V. Pratt Association holds
annual reunions. All former crewmembers and
family are invited. Go to usswilliamvpratt.com or
contact Rodger Hall at (309) 289-8750 or email
hallr44@williamvpratt.com.
The VP-8 Alumni Association is holding their next
reunion May 12-17 in Portland, Maine. For more
information, call Don Rickel at (207) 725-8494 or
email Carolyn Magee at cpm38@bellsouth.net.


are all normal feelings.
The changes we have
seen and experienced in the
Navy's deployment sched-
ules and deployment exten-
sions we can go back to that
challenging stage three. The
good news is the returns to
this stage are less intense
and shorter in duration.
Throughout the deploy-
ment stages it continues
to be important to stay as
connected to your Sailor
as much as possible. Take
every opportunity to write,
email, send care packages,
send family grams andnmdil
drops.
Acknowledgements:
Material for these articles
includes www.myarmylife-
too.com, Kathleen Vestal-
Logan, and the Navy
Ombudsman Training
Manual.
Do you have a question or
comment for Beth? Please
contact her at beth.wiruth@
homefrontinfocus.com.


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independence. This is when
you smile and say, "I am
going to make it!"
Anna was a new Navy
wife facing her first deploy-
ment. She was a lovely
young lady with many con-
cerns over the upcoming
deployment and unsure how
she would survive. During
the 'emotional disorgani-
zation' phase Anna relied
heavily on her ombuds-
man. Anna would call daily,
email often and most times
in tears. Anna's life was
disrupted by the absence
of her Sailor, her lover and
her best friend.
Anna's ombudsman
recounts, "I tried to help
Anna meet other wives,
develop interests and
become active in the family
support group during this
challenging period.
After about four and half
weeks into deployment
the phone stopped ringing
and the emails from Anna
dropped off. That was when
I knew that she made it
through the most difficult
stage. She was now enjoy-
ing a new sense of indepen-
dence and I watched Anna
mature and blossom during
this time."
Stage five is the antici-
pation of homecoming;
Depending on the length of
your deployment this can
begin as early as six weeks
prior to the expected return.
This stage is characterized
by joy and anticipation. We
start planning homecoming
festivities and dream about
the day we see our Sailor
walk across that brow.
This stage may also bring
apprehension and con-
cerns about your relation-
ship. Perhaps you gained
a little weight while your
Sailor was gone. Maybe you
experienced a great sense of
growth during deployment
and wonder what your mar-
riage may be like when
your Sailor returns. These


Football meeting coming up
A 4-on-4 flag football meeting will be held Nov. 28
at 11:30 a.m. in the Building 850 conference room.
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists, and command Department
of Defense personnel. Commands having their
athletic officer or designated representative attend
the meeting will receive five captain's cup points.
All interested personnel should attend the meeting
to discuss rules and to get the required paperwork
to join the league.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Are you a competition runner? If so, you can
represent the Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and
triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are
provided as well as transportation, entry fees and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete in
a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)


Intramural

Team
VP-30
Air Ops
FRC-DOD
HS-5
VP-16
Naval Hospital
VP-5
HS-3
VR-58
SERCC
Lab Rats


Fall.Softball Standings
As of Nov. 9


Wins
9
7
8
6
7
5-
4
3
7
5
3


Runners wanted


Losses


Auction Direct USA Inc has announced it
will open its first dealership in Jacksonville,
Florida this November. The business, the
first of its kind in America, will allow
consumers to purchase a large selection of
pre-owned cars, trucks, vans and SUV's at
our reserve price plus a flat $399.00.

"These are all top shelf, prime vehicles that will
be available through our facility" says John
lannone, Chief Executive Officer of
Auction Direct USA. Vehicles will be on a
first come first served basis and consumers
can purchase them before we make them
available to be auctioned.

We are committed to pricing that is typi-
cally $2,000 to $5,000 LESS than traditional
retailers. The public can now purchase any
vehicle for the auction reserve price plus
an additional flat $399. For instance each
vehicle sold at Auction Direct USA comes
with a three day 500 mile money back
guarantee and can be purchased with an
extended warranty. In addition our opera-
tion will allow consumers to trade in their
existing vehicles toward their purchases
and we will even offer a full array of financ-
ing options.

The corporation, which plans to launch
franchises nationwide, has selected Jackson-
ville as its first location in Florida because
of its huge population growth within the
past several years. The Jacksonville market
ranks number one in America's fifty hottest
cities for manufacturing expansions and
relocations according to Expansion Mag-
azine. Another compelling reason bringing
Auction Direct USA to North Florida; Jack-
sonville ranks 36th in the nation with over


race and your time must be one of top 10 regional,
qualifying times. For more information, call 270-;
5451.
Southeast regional qualifying times
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball,
football and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball. Experience is not
required. If interested, contact the NAS Jax Gym.
For more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email bill.bonser@navy.mil.


NAVFAC
VS-31
Weapons
HS-15


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8
8
10


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8
8
7
3
4
1


Losses
2
2
4
6
7
8


Disney event

S ailors, DoD civilians and retirees running in
the January 2008 Disney World marathon,
half-marathon or Goofy's Challenge are asked
to call Miriam Gallet at the NAS Jax Public Affairs
at 542-5588.


Sponsors need for MWR events


The Morale, Welfare, and Recreation
(MWR) Department of the Navy at
NAS Jacksonville is currently seek-
ing sponsorship for fiscal year 2008 spe-
cial events and programs.
Your efforts will support NAS Jax active
duty service members and their families.


Your company will market to more than
25,000 base personnel.
For more information on how organiza-
tions can become a sponsor, please con-
tact Shannon Leonard, MWR marketing:
director, at 542-3577 or e-mail Shannon.'
d.Leonard@navy.mil.


6.8 billion dollars in motor vehicle sales.
The auction center, which will be located
in a newly renovated 37,000 square foot
building, is located at 6400 Blanding
Boulevard just north of 1-295.

"Auction Direct USA visited 20 cities and
decided to make Jacksonville the third location
for its national expansion" says CEO John
lannone. John Iannone has worked for two
decades in the automotive community.
lannone and other partners in Auction
Direct USA promise to revolutionize the
used car buying process here and across
the United States. They have established
a buying group consisting of over a dozen
large national auction houses. Only the best
vehicles are selected to be sold daily at
Auction Direct USA. Consumers can view,
.test drive and purchase the various vehicles
at the Jacksonville location just like at any
other car dealership.

Auction Direct USA will have one of this
areas largest and best selections, of quality
pre-owned vehicles including up to 2007
models. The entire inventory of available
vehicles can be searched at its website
which is auctiondirectusa.com. Our website
features at least 30 pictures of each vehicle.
"The time has come to introduce a new genera-
tion of auto sales centers" says Iannone. "Just
in the same way that the deep discount retailers
have revolutionized the way consumers can
purchase day to day essential products, Auction
Direct USA plans to do the same with vehi-
cle purchases" Consumers wishing to learn
more about Auction Direct USA can go the
website AUCTIONDIRECTUSA.COM or
call 1-800-399-1925.


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coastal. $133,9o, $895/mo. PARK InGrnd pool, carport, finance call 904-259-8256
with $500/mo. rent credit. � N. .29-
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Personals Very nice stucco 4 ATLANTIC BEACH 11 builder's lots, $6K,"? a '
Dating and bedroom, 2.5 bath Rent to own. $999 down, 50% assessed value.
E ecanV(fpE home withmformal liv- 3(2, 1280sf, ist month CaIl 239-593-1200
nt nIng room, dining FREE I Call 249-9546state
B 3 8 4 BR Towohomes room, family room
FOR SALE Avainow from $169,90 with fireplace BEACH - 2/1, $499 dwn.
GALORE Including FREE -Call 246-7684 Aent
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ALSO NEW Townr,..m~e Cemmunir Realtor chosen. Manufactured Homes
FOR HOMES...CALL al nol rm 29,9all ner NOMONEYOUTOF lynn County- 820 Acres Mobile Home Lot Rentals
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SALE REALTY _, -,3 own land or Familywl give HghGround, Close to 95 SRoomstoRent
land.,.HihLil Development Close By
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1 OR 241-5501 * E rai caeI LUV HOMES $2,850/Acre. 478-477-1000 BeachVcaction/Resorts
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7�/o Financing---decks.-awning, lake view,- pines, hard woods SIJhn_ -pamriens
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lir constr, Reduced! $1800m stove refrig dishwasher access to 1-75 and St kLhnW Diiple't ownholm7
BY OWNER .3,'2, Si3 000 r $365K 904-269-8860 fplc,shngI roof, vin siding and Jacksonville. SI Johns Reilemeni
On Hc~,. I 366si. new k t ne', _____l___.. _', Exc cond. $13,500. 730-8606 Communities
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Middleburg T FORCE SALE $279,000. 904-716-7766 stove/frig dishwasher gated, $1800mo + assoc. I l ohn _ ,sirge
NorthJacksonville 1 3BR 1/BA . c/air fplc shngi roof, vinyl fee.Call223-5355 MrIl.Locker.
Reracsonvid e 1/2 acre w/ wrkshp WESTSIDE sid. X end. 18500. 730-8606
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S 4BR/ 3.5BA; 2500sf; NAS. Great home. 28,' 4/2
San Marco '-lvbrick ranch; guest apt; Contact Lisa Smelkal WILL MOVE 118,900 -
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St. Johns Manufactured Mark 904-233- 4231 Watson Realty Corp. ,42 BlaningE Blva.
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Income Property FaRm, 2 porches MLS#401603 - You willbe cam- SellAt Thousands Less Than Other 1, o' ;i , Bluff
iclae ousn ovrlkng boatdock, mended for your great taste. Be 312 Jon B Homes In The Area. 2kJonsl. F RaL
/liscellaneous boatramp, InGrnd pool, the proud owners of this 5BR Homes I A T he A rea Jacksonville. FL 32246
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" plan, bonus room upstairs, 2 sep. * 3 Bedrooms/2 Full Baths From S209.99 Weekly
EAGLE LANDING A/C units. Call today $223,777
Sid Higginbotham built BE AHEAD OF THE GAME minatei OOingt le 210 SI Jonns Bluv Ra
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upgrades. Corporate time when you become the own- - '.. - ' * . n
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JARDIN DE MER 904-662-6272 or Kathy closets & so much morel $157,0002InC oodenBlinds ONE BED 7 DAY STAY
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structin never lived n, 3RBA d Side and Back Yard REGENCY INN 725-5093
� � I Kasondra Crist 1,057sf charmer. Home sites on a aChed to House
9ATOU PREMIUM 904.2406-255 x OO 100 good size lot w/mature Oak trees t Hu ARLINGTON 1&2br
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I eat-in-kit., covered patio, private WESTSIDE -2/2, CH&A,
backyard that backs into wooded * vaulted cell, fplc, wet
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SHARLEY
DAVIDSON '98
Sportster. BIk.
6800ml., windshield,
extra seat, H.D. cover,
garage kept. $4.500.00
OBO Call 904-264-1001
HARLEY DAVIDSON
SVRSCAW V-ROD '07
1800 ml, black, extra
Harley parts on bike,
ext. warranty, asking $15,800
269-2004
HARLEY STREET
GLIDE '06
-1 850 ml, like new, black,
extra accessories.
$16,400- 443-534-7727 email
MAESCHE45Oyahoo.com for
pics.
4 HONDA VT1100
TOURER '01
Custom motorcycle,
beautiful paint lob,
many extras, $6500 0B0
289-4307/571-1288 Must Sell]
SSUZUKI 600 '06
$7990, $129mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
A TRIUMPH
BONNEVILLE '05
T100 900cc runs
great, accessories
Included. $5500 OBO
Call 635-2510 past 4pm.
TRIUMPH SPEED
TRIPLE '05
7k ml, showroom cond.
Must see. Asking $6,200
OBO Call John 904-594-5931
. YAMAHA V-MAX '00
custom motorcycle,
many extras, $5,500,
080 pictures at
tomtwardzlk@msn.com
571-1288/ 289-4307 Must SellI
YAMAHA VMAX '97
Siver, new tires, 23K ml,
$4500 OBO 904-327-1552



� ACURA RL '05
Nay, CD, like new
$32,680 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(f ACURA RL'04.
Nay, CD, sunroof,
like new $19,980
9984-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA TL '06 BIk/
tan, fully equipped.
$27,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA TSX '04. Very
low miles, must sell
fast, take over pymts.
$189/mo. WAC. 403-4413
f ACURA TSX'07
6spd, like new
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
9 1' ASTON MARTIN
VArfAGE '06
4K miles, like newl
$95,900. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
AUDI A6 WAGON
3.2 Quattro '06.
Lthr, CD, sunroof,
like new $36,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� BMW 325ci '04
Convertible, White
$24,500. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
� BMW 325i '04
White, automatic
$21,500. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
B MW 3251C Cony
'04. Lthr, CD, pwr
top $22,980 9984012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMW 3251 '02 Extra
low miles, leather,
CD, sunroof
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
- 9' BMW 745i '04
Black, loaded
$42,500. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
BMW M3 '03
6 speeds. Loaded... $28,888
904.370-1300
9 * Cadillac STS '05
Gold, 20K miles,
Navigation. $29,500
594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
CADILLAC DEVILLE '03
Low miles, clean in &
out $15,991 1-800-709-6185
(y CADILLAC XLR '06
Like new. 17,000
miles. $53,980
$998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
a * Chevy Corvette
'06. Red, only 2K
miles, auto, like
new $41,900. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.coin
4' Chevy Corvette
S'06. Red, only 2K
-� miles, auto, like
new $41,900. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
CHEVY COR-
VETTE '06 Z06
Red/blk, Nay, fully
equp. $63,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY IMPALA '05 Low
miles. Must gol $149/mo.
WAC. $499S. Call 621-7324
� CHRYSLER
CROSSFIRE '05
Blue Limited Con-
vertible $22,400. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
1 1 CHRYSLER 300
'06 Touring. White
$19,959. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
SCHRYSLER 300
Touring '07. Like
new, save thou-
sands $22,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A CHRYSLER 300M '99
$7,200- Green, newly
painted, spoiler. New
tires. 17" chrome rims.
Have all maint records.
576-0112
DODGE CHARGER '06
in 22', low miles, must
sell fast, take over
pymts $179/mo WAC.
Call 621-7324
f FORD 500 LTD
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $15,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD FOCUS '06
WAGON $10,991
1-800-709-6185
FORD MUSTANG GT '04
Low miles, take over
pymts $149/mo WAC.
Call 621-7324
FORD MUSTANG GT '06
Low Miles, Extra Clean
$19,893 904-370-1300
FORD MUSTANG
OGT '06. Only 6K mi,
Ithr, fully equipped
$24,980. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD TAURUS -'05, exc
cond, 37k ml, no financ-
SIng. 904-777-6478
SGEO PRIZM '02
$5990, $89mo 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
(y GMC YUKON
DANALI '07. Black
& tan, Navigation,
2 DVD's upgraded
chrome wheels. $41,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


HONDA ACCORD
EXL '02. 33k. $13,990
$229mo. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
HONDA ACCORD EX '04
Factory Certified. $15,890
904-370-1300
HONDA ACCORD EX '05
Certified. Sedan. Like new
$16,489 904-370-1300


HONDA ACCORD
EX-L '06. V6,
white/tan. $19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA CIVIC '04
$8990, $139mo
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
4 HONDA CIVIC EX'01
4dr sedan, new
transmission, new
tires, 148,000 miles
$8,600 Call 904-449-0070
HONDA CIVIC LX '06
Certified, Sedan, Low MI,
$15,189. 904-370-1300
A HONDA
PRELUDE '94
tL dark blue $2,695.00
Ron 269-5460
HYUNDAI TIBURON '04
Very low miles, must
sell fast, moving. Take
over pymts $159/mo
WAC. Call 403-4413
JAGUAR S-TYPE '06
Low miles. $26,790 .
904-370-1300


3.9% '
on Select Certified
Mercedes Benz with
approved credit

2002 E320
Wagon
Stock #u12282
kbb price $28,308
value priced at
$19,959
2003 E320
Sedan
Stock#u12301
Orig. MSRP $49,875
Value priced at
$19,959
2005 C230
Sport Sedan
Stock# u 12200
Org. MSRP $34,030
Value priced at
$23,959
2005 C240
Wagon
Navigation. Stock
#25721
Kbb $28,300
Value priced at
$26,959
2002 0500
Stock #25826a
kbb price $37,980,
value priced at
$34,959
2004 CLK55
Cabriolet
Stock# u12289
Value priced at
$37,959
2005 CLK320
Cabriolet
Stock # u12315
Kbb $44,265
Value priced at
$38,959
2004 CLK500
Cabriolet
Stock# 28734a
Kbb $42,880
Rare deslgno mocha
Value priced at
$39,959
2005 CLK 320
Cabriolet
Stock #u12315
Orig. MSRP $87,410
Value priced at
$39,959
2007 R350
Stock #28715a
Just 400 miles
Kbb $46,880
Value priced at
$43,959
2004 S500
Stock #u12338
Kbb $50,490
Value priced at
$43,959
2004 SL500
Stock #u12313
Kbb $84,075
Value priced at
$51,959
2007 CLK440
Cabriolet
*right Red, 382HP.
Stock #u12817
Orig. MSRP $66,728
Value priced at
$51,959 .
2007 CLK550
Cabriolet
Stookgu12317
Value priced at
$51,959
2007 E550
Stock #u12361
Kbb $89,100
Value priced at
$52,959
2007 GL450
Stock #28766a
Original MSRP $68,325
Value priced at
$55,959
2006 CLS500
Stock #28777a
kbb price $60,800,
value priced at
$56,989
2005 855 AMGO
Stock #28928a
Kbb $73,328
Value priced at
$59,959
2007 8550
Stock #u12007b
Orig. MSRP $90,028
Value priced at
$75,959
6 others tochoosee
2007 E63 AMO
Only 6800 miles
Kbb $87,878
Value priced at
$76,959
2007 SL550
Stock#28837a
Kbb $91,200
Value priced at
$81,959
2008 S63 AMG
Stock #28901a
Rare Black on Black
Orig. MSRP $136,160
Value priced at
$129,959

We have over 80
hand picked
Mercedes-Benz
pre-owned to
choose from

* Car Fax proudly
displayed on
all vehicles


Brumos otorcars
Jacksonville's
Only Factory
Authorized
Mercedes Benz
Dealer
724-1080


JAGUAR S TYPE
4.0 '00. Like new,
Ithr, sunrf, ex low
ml. $10,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( JAGUAR XJ8 '04
Like new, only
30,000 miles. $27,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f JAGUAR XKR S/C
Cony '05. Like new
$40,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 JETTA WAGON GLS
'04 diesel. 35k. Silver/
L grey leather. Loaded!
Many extras! Hate
selling! Moving overseas.
$18,500. 349-2799
LEXUS ES300-'01 exc
cond, White, 64k ml, new
brakes, new tires $12,900
Call Mike 904-477-5735
MAZDA 626 '02
Great First Car. $6991
1-800-709-6185
MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS '05. 25K
mi. $13,990, $229mo
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
'07. Very clean, low
miles. Take over pymts.
$189/mo. WAC. 403-4413
NISSAN ALTIMA '98
$5990. 797-8800.
Lighthouse Toyota
SNISSAN MAXIMA
'07 3.5, fullY
equipped. $21,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
GTP '02 Very low mi,
black, take over pymts
$189/mo. WAC. 403-4413
PONTIAC GR PRIX '02
Headsup display $8991
1-800-709-6185
STOYOTA AVALON
XLS '05. Lthr, CD,
sunroof $22,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA AVALON XL
'96, V6, gold, tan Int,
auto, very nice, $6800.
904-292-0210 "
G TOYOTA CAMRY
'04. $13,999, $229mo
S 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
TOYOTA COROLLA
'05. S13,990, 5229m0.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
TOYOTA COROLLA '06
Very low miles must
sell fast Take over
pyms $210imo WAC
Call .103-4413
iTOYOTA CAMRY '01
I Very low miles. must
sell fasl %4995. .103-4413
TOYOTA COROLLA '02
LOw miles, neea To sell
fast o4995 Call 621-7324
TOYOTA PRIUS '03
Gas Saverl S12,990
S209mo. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyotla
TOYTOA COROLLA
'96. S4889. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
. VOLKSWAGEN
GTI VR6 '05
6spd, leather, sun-
roof, Z-81, only 23K ml.
S16,900 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA
'02 Clean, sunrool lowia
miles $4995 621-732J
VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
'05 Conv TURBOGLS
S16.991 1-800-709-6185

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Better Service,
Better Warranty,
Better Vehicles
Equals
Better Prices
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(904) 662-0726


'* BMW X5 '03
Silver, 4. 4L V8
' 26,500. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
BMW X5 '04
Excellent cond. $28.991
1-800-709-6185
8. CADILLAC
SESCALADE '03
AWD, loaded, rear
buckets $20,959. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
CADILLAC ESCALADE
'05. Black, very low
miles, must go, take
over pymis 5289.mo.
WAC. Call 403-4413
7 CADILLAC
SESCALADE '04
Fully equip, only
30,000 miles. $26,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
, CADILLAC
ESCALADE '00
S5�2.90i1
Burgunay. chrome 17'
rims tan, lealher Inlerior
ExcellenT condillon hive all
manisenance recoras 5%6 0112
SCHEVY 2500 4x4 '96
56990. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
CHEVY AVALANCHE '04
Must sell, call loacv,
rake over avmis
$189,mo. WAC 403-4413
CHEVY AVALANCHE
'03. Very low miles,
must sell Ihis week or
lake over pymis $189 mo
MAC. Call 621-7324
CHEVY COLORADO '06
Must sell fast Call now.
S189/mo WAC 403-4413
� CHEVY EL
CAMINO SS '96
Check me outl
$10,990. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyola
CHEVY SIL-
VERADO '04 SLT
only 30,000 miles,
4x4, lonneau cover
$20,980 $998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY SILVERADO LS '04
X.Cac.. Dedliner, 75K ml,
exc cond S14K 269 8860
P' CHEVY TAHOE
Z71 '03 AWD
Sunroof, Bose,
leather, loaded, low
miles. $21,959 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
CHEVY TAHOE '03
$13,500, $229mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyola
CHEVY TAHOE '02
4x4 excellent condillon
s11.000 904-786-0260
' 0 DODGE
DAKOTA '06
Laramie Club Cab.
V8 Magnum, only 13K
miles. S17,959 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
ri' Dodge Durango
'04. Burgundy, SLT
' 4x4, 27K miles
514,900. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
DODGE RAM 1500
'05. Hemi, 4dr, like
new $16,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD F150 XLT '03
Excellent Conailior
S10.250 Ph 904-635-6071


l 93UVU.UU / UDU J
Call 466-1894

FORD ECONOLINE '07
Cargo Work Van $15,991
1-800-709-6185
O* Ford Explorer
. '07. Red, Eddie
F Bauer, 4K miles,
like new $22,400. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
FORD EXPLORER
Eddie Bauer '03
$12,990, $209/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
T FORD EXPEDI-
P TION '05 XLT Lthr,
CD, pwr 3rd row
seats $20,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD EXPLORER
XLT '02 $10,800 gold w/
tan leather Interior.
SExc cond. One owner.
Have all maintenance
records. Call 322-7064
FORD FISO '05 XLT 4x4,
CC, lifted. $24,991
1-800-709-6185
& FORD F-150
SUPERCREW'03
b 4X4, fully loaded,
exc cond, 63k ml, blue
w/gray Interior. $17,500 OBO
813-4819 or 287-4635
FORD F350 LARIAT '02
4x4 dually , CC. $18,991
1-800-709-6185
FORD RANGER '99
4x4, super clean.
$9990, $159mo 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
FORD RANGER XLT '03
Great work truck $7991
1-800-709-6185
GMC ENVOY Denali '06
Fully loaded. $24,991
1-800-709-6185
, GMC YUKON
'05 Denali XL Nay,
DVDm AWD,
loaded $32,900. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
GMC YUKON '99
Upgrade wheels/itres
56991 1-800-709-6185
, GMC YUKON XL '03
5 3L dual AiC ne.
Micneiins loadao.
olearlnr EBue speakers
SlSk 060 5S3 .i62
( GMC YUKON '05
Leather, CD, fully
equipped, wht/tan.
$20,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA CRV '03
Looks & runs greal
115,991 1-800-709-6185
HONDA CRV LX '06
Cerliled Suv One Ocr.erI
Si 2468 904-370-1300
( HONDA RIDGEL-
INE RTL '06. Lthr,
CD, sunroof $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SHONDARIDGEL-
INE '07 RTL. Sun-
roof, fully equip,
only 15,000 miles. $27,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(H HUMMER H2 '03
Black/tan, fully
equipped $28,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HYUNDAI SANTA FE '05
Excellent cond 512,991
1-800-709-6185
HYUNDAI SANTE FE GLS
'O 9. IK mile; $.5,9'
904-370-1300
ISUZU RODEO LSC '00
Llhr, low ml, must sell
last $6995. Call 403-4413
JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE
Overland '04. Fully
equip $19.890 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LAREDO'OJ Or.,, 12.790
904-370-11300
JEEP GRAND CHERO-
KEE LIMITED '97, AC.
aulo, loaded . 180K ml,
3.000 90A.261 7030
JEEP LIBERTY '06
Super clean, tint. a musl
see TaOe over pymts
$159/mo WAC 621-7324
� ' LINCOLN
NAVIGATOR
'04. White. 30,000
ml. S24,900. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
'04. Clean iraoul $17.991
1-800-709-6185
Mercury Mountaineer '02
exc cond loaded, 17+
mog $12K firm 707-7749
NISSAN
PATHFINDER LE'97
JKJ 16k ml In gkm g
snape M&4 seer
Askin s 0' Coiall .i1004j91
Nissan Pathfinder
LE '02 $13,990
5229/mo. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
NISSAN XTERRA '02
Low miles. Must go'
Only $5995 Call 621-7324
(� TOYOTA
RUNNER '06
Low ml, like new.
$23,890. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SToyola Highlander
'01 Lid V6. S11,990,
S189ma. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyotla
SToyota Highlander
'04. $14,888, $249/mo
797.8800
Lighthouse Toyota
TOYOTA RAV-4 SUV *06
Onlyv 1K miles S,; l96
904-170-1300
STOYOTA TACOMA
'03 Dbl Cab. $15,990,
$259/mo . 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyola
� TOYOTA TUN-
DRA '07 I-Force.
Leather, Nay, XM,
9000 miles. $27,980
998-0012
LEXU5 OF JACKSONVILLE
7 VOLVO XC90 '04
Lthr, CD, sunroof,
only 45,000 miles.
$24,890 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE



L CHEVY ASTRO VAN
'99 | VI5 lo mile,
52 S3 900 ;/J .17l8

CHRYLER TOWN &
COUNTRY '05. Low
miles MusI go' $139/mo
WAC Call 621-7324
FORD CARGO VAN '06
Low miles 11 59/mo
WAC Call 621-7324
FORD FREESTAR 05
like new. 27 600 mIles
loaded. never oamage-d,
always garaoea. metal-
lic Dlue 9Il,995
Call 904.289.1993


' Honda Odyssey
'L6. Black, loaded
$26,700. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
{ HONDA ODYSSEY
EX-L '05. Sunroof,
fullu equip. $21,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A MAZDA MPV '96
V6, 4dr Minivan.
tlGreen, great cond, pwr
wind/locks, 4x4, a/c,
trailer hitch, dolly driver.
$2,500 OBO.Call 904-783-9165
Leave Message.
STOYOTA SIENNA'98
$8990,$139mo 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota


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