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Iron Chef
NAS Jax Cooks Compete
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2007


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Jacksonville Chamber

of Commerce hosts

annual military

appreciation luncheon
By MCC Suzanne Speight ans from World War II and the
Special Contributor Korean War. presented the col


Hundreds of local city gov-
ernment, civic and busi-
ness leaders turned out
to pay tribute to service mem-
bers at the 2007 Jacksonville
Chamber of Commerce Military
Appreciation Luncheon at the
Hyatt Regency Riverfront Nov.
13.
Uniformed personnel repre-
senting all the military branch-
es attended the lunch, including
active duty, reservists, retirees
and veterans.
The China-Burma-India
Color Guard, a group of veter-


ors and Chaplain Lt. Col. Steve
Thompson, of the Florida Air
National Guard gave the invoca-
tion, followed by remarks from
Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton.
"Jacksonville is a city that val-
ues our military citizens," said
Peyton, referencing the fact that
Jacksonville is one of the few cit-
ies in the country that offers a
property tax reduction for resi-
dents who serve in a combat zone.
Peyton said Jacksonville was a
winner in the Base Realignment
and Closing Commission process,

See LUNCHEON, Page 17


Photo by Suzanne Speight
NAS Jax Executive Officer Steve Holmes (left) and NAS jax Sailors listen to a speaker at the annual Jacksonville
Chamber of Commerce Military Appreciation Luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Hotel Nov. 13.


NH Jax cook heads for White House


By Marsha Childs
NHJ 'Marketing


Three months after his initial interview in
November 2006 with the White House command
master chief and NCIS agents in Washington,
D.C.,. Naval Hospital Jacksonville CS2 Sonny Lalatag
finally learned he was accepted to the White House
Mess. He will have the distinct honor of cooking for the
president of the United States, his family and guests.
Lalatag never imagined he would end up in such a
coveted spot, especially when he first explored entering
military service. Two days after reading "Let the Journey
Begin" on the Navy's Web site, Lalatag called a recruiter.
He had completed three years of college in the Republic
of the Philippines studying computer science, yet he was
limited in his choice of career fields.
He entered the Navy in June 1999 as a non-designated
striker and later gravitated to the rate of culinary special-
ist, although it wasn't his first choice at the time. Because
he wasn't a U.S. citizen, he couldn't get a security clear-
ance and without it, he couldn't qualify for a career path
that complimented his education.
"I couldn't get a security clearance when I enlisted and


Photo by Marsha Childs
CS2 Sonny Lalatag prepares lunch at the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Child Street Cafe. He has been selected for duty
at the White House.
therefore, I couldn't get gunner's mate or information tech-
nology," he explained. Fortunately, Lalatag liked cooking.
While assigned on board USS Halyburton from
November 1999 to January 2003, Lalatag worked in the


wardroom. "At first the officers didn't take me seriously,"
he said, "They treated me like a waiter."
However, over time they came to appreciate the quality
of his food, the extra servings .and his efforts to make their
meals more appealing to the eye.
"I love cooking because I like to see people appreciate
what I do," he stated. It's not just about cooking, but
about making a difference; not just at work but also in the
community."
At the urging of his leading petty officer, CS1 Kelvin
Wiggins, Lalatag applied for the position at the White
House. He said, "I wanted something different, but I
thought I was limited to working on ships and galleys."
It was the encouragement from Wiggins that led him to
apply and he was the only cook from the hospital to pur-
sue the opportunity.
After months of background checks, Lalatag will report
for his new assignment in February 2008. He will have one
more chance to shine before reporting for White House duty.
He will be accompanied to Washington by his wife,
Estela, also a Filipino and a Navy cook who he met in
church four years ago. "It's an honor for me to work for
the president. Even if I don't get sent to Iraq, it is also
part of my contribution to be patriotic," he said.


NAS Jax Food Locker in need of donations
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Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Ten-year-old Jayshun Johnson and 6-year-old Alazadria Williams help stock the NAS Jax Food
Locker after helping deliver a load of food items collected by the children at the NAS Jax
Youth Activities Center during the holiday food drive Nov. 14.


The NAS Jacksonville Food Locker
needs donations for this year's holi-
day food drive to help shipmates in
need.
Help a military family enjoy a nutritious
holiday meal for Christmas by donating
boxes of stuffing, mashed potatoes, pack-
aged 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 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Once all the items are collected and eli-
gible families are determined, volunteers
will create bags with all the fixings needed
for a traditional holiday meal. The bags
will also contain a voucher for a free tur-
key 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.


Daquan Johnson and Tiara Grace lead the
group as they donate food items to the NAS
Jax Food Locker.


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of USO Pal Day in St. Augustine Dec. 1. Pal Day
is an annual appreciation event in which many


St. Augustine attractions offer free admission to
active duty military and their families. The Elks
Lodge also provides a free lunch.
For more information about the USO and the
programs it offers, call 778-2821.


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By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Dustin has suggested that if I
write any more positive stories
about him, people are likely to
quit reading this column. In the spirit
of giving thanks this week, howev-
er, I'm willing to take that chance to
tell you about just one of the ways
in which Dustin takes care of yours
truly.
For all the mistakes that Dustin,
the military pilot trained for war, nQt
sensitivity and domesticity, has cre-
ated (need I even mention the time he
gave me a Home Depot gift 'card for
Christmas or when he took the kids to
the wrong restaurant for their birth-
day party? How about all the times
he has left lunches, backpacks, and
groceries on top of the car?), he is per-
haps at his best when I am making
my own mistakes, which of course,
isn't that often.
In fact, Dustin has sometimes said
that I am a tornado and he is the man
with a broom coming behind me to
clean, up the mess, whether it is figu-
rative, literal or, more likely, finan-
cial. Two weeks ago, Dustin cleaned
up all three.
The five of us-Dustin, our three
' boys and me were staying in a hotel
45 miles away from home because
I was speaking at a conference that
began early in the morning. While I
.; showered and went over my notes,
< Dustin took the boys to Waffle House,
SI was having a leisurely time, enjoy-
- ing the quiet of the hotel room, when
coming out of the shower and putting
on my lotion, I realized that my face


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was red and irritated.
"I'll have to spend a lot of time on
my makeup this morning," I told
myself. That's when my gut sank to
my knees and my eyes flew open.
That's when I realized I had forgotten
every bit of my makeup at home.
When Dustin and the boys returned
from breakfast, I was panicked. "You
look fine without makeup," Dustin
said, earning himself the first bonus
point. However, in just one hour, I'd
be on stage talking to what was esti-
mated to be a crowd of 400 people.,
Going without makeup was pos-
sible, but not ideal. Dustin saw my'
fear, and without further hesitation,
loaded all of us in the car, drove me
to the nearest mall and waited while
I bought new makeup and paid for
what was a very expensive mistake.
But Dustin never made me feel
guilty. He circled the parking lot of
the auditorium while I put on my new
face. Then he kissed me goodbye and
took the boys to ride go karts while I
went inside to speak to the crowd.
On the way home from the confer-
ence, I promised Dustin that I would
make an effort to be more organized
in the future. I couldn't have known
then, however, that just three days
after that, my brother would visit and,
bring me an acoustic guitar, an item
that would consume all my attention
for the next several weeks.
While I sat in the living room.trying
to apply my knowledge of the piano
to the strings of the guitar, I let the
family's clean laundry pile up on the
bedroom floor until it was a mountain
almost two feet tall. I'm not kidding.


One night, Ford was on his way to
Cub Scouts and couldn't find the socks
to his uniform. Looking back, I guess
it might have seemed lazy or not help-
ful that I sat on the couch and played
the guitar while Dustin looked under
beds and seat cushions in search of
the socks. But really, I sat there out
of resignation. The pile of laundry
seemed insurmountable; the socks a
lost cause.
Suddenly I heard Dustin yelling
from the bedroom. '"Wait a minute....I
think I've....hold on....I've got some-
thing. .." He was overly dramatic, try-
ing to make a point about the laundry.
But then he appeared in the doorway,
and I couldn't help but laugh. On his
shoulders and head, he had piled lay-
ers of socks, undershirts, underwear
and gym shorts. He looked as if he
had barely escaped the laundry alive.
Then he held up Ford's socks and
said, "It was a close call, but finally I
got them."
Our house and our clothes might
not always be clean. We might be for-
getful when it comes to packing. And
sometimes we leave things on top of
the car and drive away. But this week
I am thankful that Dustin and I can
not only clean up each other's messes,
but that we have enough energy and
love left over to laugh about it, too.

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


Hey MoneyMan!
I bought a house three
years ago using an adjust-
able rate mortgage. My
interest rate has reset
(higher) and my property
was appraised for more,
which resulted in higher
tax payments too.
Both of these increases
have put my mortgage pay-
ment beyond my means. I
honestly can't afford this
home anymore. Do I have
any options other than fore-
closure?
MoneyMan Sez:
Falling behind on your
mortgage payments can
leave you feeling hopeless,
especially if you are feeling
that foreclosure is looming
in the near future. There
are still options for you to
consider.
Foreclosure should be
your last resort, as it will
ruin your credit and you
should avoid it if at all pos-
sible. Consider these alter-
natives:Assumption- A


buyer can take over your
debt and make the pay-
ments.
Short sale- This is
where you sell your home,
but the proceeds are less
than the amount you owe
on the mortgage, but the
lender agrees to accept the
amount as payment in full.
Deed in lieu of foreclo-
sure- You transfer the title
to the lender in exchange
for cancellation of the debt.
Usually you must try to
sell your house for 90 days
before this option may be
considered and your house
must be free from any other
liens against it.
Don't be embarrassed
to ask for help, the sooner
you act on this situation,
the better. Ignoring the
problem will not make it go
away.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


FFSC offers programs
The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive measure for
avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free to service
members and their families as well as Department of
Defense civilian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special accommodations
or handicapped access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are available in November and
December:
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
Dec. 6, 1:30-3 p.m. - Sponsor Training
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 Management Workshop
For further information or to register, call 542-2766, ext.
127.


2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 22, 2007


Looking back in time...


HEY MONEYMAN!


ON THE HOMEFRONT


This week, I am thankful for Dustin. No really.


File photo
Pilots and aircraft mechanics check the landing gear on a SHJ-5 after it collapsed in the middle of Runway 31 in July
1947.


SUNDAY SERVICES

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

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


GSE2 VANCE THOMPSON

Job title/command:
NAS Jax

Hometown: Fort Lauderdale


Family Life: Married w ith a
baby on the way.

Past Duty Stations: Uss Peterson. LISS
Taylor. Assault Craft 4. USS Hue City

Career Plans: To cross over to the Coast
Guard if possible.

Most Interesting Experience: Riding in
a helicopter from USS Taylor to USS John F.
Kennedy in rough weather.

Words of Wisdom: Stay Na\.\!


DONNIS HINZ
Job title/command:
- Patrolman/NAS Jax Security


Hometown: South Haven.
Mich.


Family Life: Married to
Rebecca. We have one foster daughter, Dana.

Past Duty Stations: USS Kitty Hawk. HSL-
40. USS George Washington. VF-142. Florida Air
National Guard (125th Security Police)

Career Plans: To retire from the Air National
Guard and eventually become a police sergeant.

Most Interesting Experience: Scuba
di\ ing in the Keys.

Words of Wisdom: Be Patient. Take one step
at a time and be thankful for the time the Lord gives
y^


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 Jacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor......................................................................... Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor ................................... MC2(AW/NAC) Kaitlyn Patterson
Staff W riter.............................................................. QM2 Nicole Beatty
Staff Writer.............................. ....AT2(AW) Andrew Bryson
Design/Layout .............................................................. George Atchley
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NH Jax

Sailors feed

homeless

veterans

By Marsha Childs
NHJ Marketing
Nearly 40 Naval Hos-
pital Jacksonville
doctors, nurses, hos-
pital corpsmen and others
gathered at the Jacksonville
City Rescue Mission (CRM)
to serve food the city's dis-
advantaged homeless, many
of whom are military veter-
ans Nov. 9.
"It's veterans serving
other veterans," said Naval
Hospital Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Raquel Bono.
"I think part of it is we are
a service organization. It is
who we are. Some of the
homeless are veterans who
have served our country
and we need to find ways to
serve them."
One veteran who benefits
from the services offered at
the mission is Beau Skipper
who served eight and a half
months in Iraq in 2003. "At
the end of my enlistment,
I touched it (cocaine)." He
remembered thinking, "I'm
a Marine, I can handle any-
thing." It wasn't until his
second bout with the drug
four months later that he
became addicted.
Skipper traveled to
Jacksonville at the urg-
ing of his family in Indiana
for drug and alcohol treat-
ment. "When I really saw
it unraveling, that's when
I thought, 'There has to be
something else out there,'"
he explained.
Although he has never
been homeless, Skipper
found salvation in the
dRM's New Life Program.
He has been clean and sober
for seven and a half months
and says he is humbled by
the experience. "I want to


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Photos by Marsha Childs
From left, HMC Roel Gerardo, SKC Anthony Wallace, CSCS
Michel Stokes and Chef Alfred Brackett prepare to serve food
to homeless veterans at the City Rescue Mission Nov. 9.


U.S. Marine Corps veteran Beau Skipper (left) and U.S. Navy
veteran Cornelius Jackson enjoy a hot meal at the City Rescue
Mission. Volunteers from Naval Hospital Jacksonville served
nearly 300 meals to the homeless on Nov. 9 to support the
homeless, many of whom are military veterans.


give back what the mission
gave to me. Nobody else is
going to help," he concluded.
Navy veteran Cornelius
Jackson also found support
at the mission. He served
shipboard from 1971 to 1975
on the World War II Class
Destroyer, USS Stribling.
He initially completed the
CRM's short-term program
in July 2006 and moved into
VA transitional housing,
but relapsed soon after. "It
doesn't matter where you
are at. If you're not ready,
you're just not ready," he
stated. In March 2007, he
returned to the mission. He
has been clean for seven
months and credits his
recovery to the dedicated
staff.
Director for Development
Valerie Wrenn-Callahan
indicated the CRM staff and
diners were thrilled to have
the hospital volunteers serv-
ing food at the mission. She


noted, "The staff and diners
really, really got a lot out
of it. A lot of our homeless
served in the military and
they have all experienced
incredible things."
CRM Executive Director
R. Patrick Hayle personal-
ly thanked the volunteers
for taking time out of their
busy lives to feed the home-
less and to acknowledge the
homeless veterans. He indi-
cated, "About 75 percent of
all Americans are just one
paycheck away from being
homeless."
The hospital staff also col-
lected more than 40 winter
coats and other items for
the shelter's clothes closet.
When asked why he wanted
to volunteer at the mission,
HMC Roel Gerardo said,
"I'm giving back to our pre-
decessors." HMCM Claude
Coleman added, "I'm just
happy to be here and proud
to serve."


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 22, 2007 3


Naval Safety Center to launch


holiday driving campaign


By April Phillips
Naval Safety Center Public Affairs
The Naval Safety Center (NSC)
launched a Web-based holiday safe
driving campaign Nov. 7.
Last holiday season, NSC predicted that
14 Sailors and Marines would die in pri-
vate motor vehicle (PMV) mishaps between
Thanksgiving and the new year. Sadly, 20
lost their lives. This year, NSC is launch-
ing a new safe driving campaign called
"Surviving Driving: Holidays '07" with
tools to help service members navigate the
highways safely.
"The holidays are a time to celebrate
with loved ones, but they are also a time
of increased risk," said Marine Col. Mark
Vanous, deputy commander of NSC. "More
of our Sailors and Marines are on the high-
ways during this time and many are driv-
ing long hours to get to their destinations,
which increases the odds that tragedy may
strike. Risk management can make the
difference between coming back to work
safely after the new year or winding up as
a statistic."
"Surviving Driving: Holidays '07" is a
Web-based campaign that runs through
New Year's Day. Available resources
include presentations for holiday safety
stand downs, informative articles for com-
mand and base newspapers, a safe driving
flip guide, videos, posters and more.
"Our goal at the -Naval Safety Center is
to provide Sailors and Marines with the
resources they need to avoid mishaps both
on and off the job. Safety plays a huge
Volunteers needed to help
From the Navy Legal Service Office ,
Beginning in January, NAS Jacksonville
will once again offer free tax prepa-
ration services to active duty, depen-
dents, retirees and reservists on active duty
for more than 30 days. Through this program,
service members not only can save hundreds
of dollars on tax preparation fees, but they
also get their refund in just a couple of weeks.
The only way to offer such a service free
of charge is to enlist the aid of volunteers
through the IRS-sponsored Volunteer Income
Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Through
the VITA program, volunteers are trained by
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) employees
. using IRS-approved software. Volunteers will
attend an intensive week-long course from


role in fleet combat readiness and this
safe driving campaign is part of our com-
mitment to keeping the Navy and Marine
Corps ready to do the job entrusted to us
by the American people," Vanous said.
While PMV deaths may seem unrelated
to combat readiness, the loss of a trained
and ready Sailor or Marine impacts his or
her unit and the fleet as a whole. During
the holidays, fatigued driving and driving
under the influence of alcohol increase and
they are both major causes of traffic fatali-
ties. Another danger related to the season
is driving unreasonable distances without
taking breaks.
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy
(SW/FMF) Joe Campa Jr. said he under-
stands why Sailors rush to start their holi-
day leave period, but said there's no excuse
for taking unnecessary risks.
"I know what Sailors are thinking when
they get in those cars. They want to get
home. They want to get, the kids to the
grandparents. They want to enjoy the holi-
day as quickly as possible. But get there
safely. One lapse of situational aware-
ness could mean the very worst," Campa
stressed.
The "Surviving Driving: Holidays '07"
campaign material is intended to provide
leaders with the tools they need to educate
their young Sailors and Marines. These
tools will be updated throughout the holi-
day season, so NSC recommends check-
ing back often to take advantage of the
resources.
Visit www.safetycenter.navy.mil to down-
load safe driving materials.
with upcoming tax season

Jan. 7-11 and upon successful completion of
the course volunteers will be certified tax pre-
parers.
Volunteers are needed beginning Jan. 1 until
mid-April. Volunteers should be given no-cost
TAD orders. Part-time volunteers will be con-
sidered on a case-by-case basis due to a short-
age of available seats in the VITA training
course. All potential volunteers should check
with their supervisors before volunteering.
Even if you do not wish to volunteer, come
have your taxes prepared at the tax center!
The location and hours of operation will be
announced at a later date.
To sign up or for more information, contact
Lt. j.g. Wilcox at 270-5445, Ext 3018 or email
jessica.wilcox@navy.mil.


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Global war


on terror support


assignments


give Sailors


more options


By MCC(SW) Maria Yager
Navy Personnel Command
Public Affairs
More predictability
for Sailors is the
goal as the Navy
transitions from individu-
al augmentee (IA) assign-
ments to global war on
terrorism support assign-
ments announced the chief
of naval personnel (CNP)
Nov. 7.
"The more I talk to
Sailors around the fleet the
more I'm convinced global
war on terrorism support
assignments is the right
thing to do. I look forward
to pressing ahead on this
plan," said Chief of Naval
Personnel Vice Adm. J.C.
Harvey who released
NAVADMIN 297/07 Nov. 7
to provide an update on the
transition.
The Navy first introduced
the global war on terrorism
support assignments detail-
ing concept in June 2007
via NAVADMIN 147/07.
This process allows
Sailors to negotiate for an
IA when it fits their needs.
Eventually it will replace
the need to pull Sailors
from other assignments
mid-tour in order to fill an
IA, according to Deputy
Chief of Naval Personnel
Rear Adm. Sonny Masso.
"We're done studying the
issue. We've tested enough
billets to make sure the
system will work. It's time
to move out and make this
happen," added Masso.
"The plan allows Sailors
to negotiate eight-month
or 14-month PCS orders to
an Expeditionary Combat
Readiness Center (ECRC)
for an assignment in the-
ater in support of the
global war on terror," said
STCM(SW) James Stone,
head enlisted global war on
terrorism support assign-
ment detailer.
In addition to billets in
Iraq and Afghanistan, glob-
al war on terrorism support
assignment detailing will
also cover assignments to
the Horn of Africa, Kuwait,
Bahrain, Germany, South
America, Cuba, Kosovo,
Philippines, and even state-
side duty in Tampa, Fla.
and Arlington, Va.
"The feedback from the
Sailors I've detailed has

Navy Band

Southeast
to perform
holiday concerts
From Navy Band Southeast
Several holiday con-
certs are being of-
fered by Navy Band
Southeast next month. The
following is*the upcoming
schedule:
Dec., 7, 7 p.m. - Tree
Lighting Ceremony,
Patriot's Grove Pavilion,
NAS Jax
Dec. 9, 6 p.m. -
Jacksonville Landing
Dec. 10, 7:30 p.m. -
Flagler Auditorium - this
event is free, but tickets are
required. For ticket infor-
mation, go to www.flagler-
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been positive so far. They
get to choose where and
when they go, and it helps
commands because they
don't have to choose what
Sailors they are going to
send," said Stone.
Currently information
systems technician, mas-
ter-at-arms and yeoman
are the most in-demand
enlisted ratings, added
Stone. However, Sailors
with comparable skills sets
from other ratings may also
volunteer.
To date, more 372 Sailors
have negotiated orders to
an ECRC for global war on
terrorism support assign-
ments, which coordinates
and supervises Sailors' pre-
deployment training before
sending them in theater.
Approximately 1,500
enlisted global war on ter-
rorism support assign-
ment billets are current-
ly available on Career
Management System-
Interactive Detailing, the
program enlisted Sailors
use to apply for orders.
The Web address is
https://www.cmsid.navy.
mil. Billets are listed under
the category code 90GS.
Officers can contact their
detailer directly for infor-
mation on global war on
terrorism support assign-
ment billets.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Work and Family Life Consultant Wanda Archer of the NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support Center makes a point with the
help of some volunteers from the audience during her presentation on suicide prevention at the NAS Jax Safety Stand
Down at the base theater Nov. 15. "We need to pay attention to our shipmates and families and their behaviors. Watch
for risk factors and warning signs of suicide before it's too late," said Archer. "Don't be a Sailor with a secret. If some-
one needs help, help them get it."

Safety stand down held


(Right) NAS jax Fire Inspector Doug Thomas makes a point
during his presentation on holiday safety precautions,
including cooking tips, following instructions
when decorating, and how to safely
display a Christmas tree.


(Left) Firefighter/paramedic Pat Kelly of the
Stay Alive From Education Program shares some
of his real life work experiences during the NAS
Jax Safety Stand Down. Kelly also talked about
motor vehicle accidents, use of seatbelts and
how drugs and alcohol impair drivers. "The
leading cause of deaths involving young people
is trauma. The No. 1 cause of deaths of military
members are vehicle crashes," explained Kelly.
"And, many times they are preventable."


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FROM THE FLEET



Fitness and appearance



- it reflects who you are


By FLTCM(SW/SS) Rick West
U.S. Fleet Forces Command


Some of you may ask why the
Navy needs to put so much
emphasis on physical fitness.
The answer is simple. Each of us
needs to be ready, at a moment's
notice, to step up and do what's nec-
essary. For some in our ranks, that
means deploying to combat zones
and working long hours in intense
heat. For others, it means deploy-
ing on ships and submarines where
maintaining your physical fitness is
a challenge. My guess is that if you
are not in shape when you deploy,
you will have an uphill battle in try-
ing to improve during deployment.
Getting in shape and staying in
shape is not only a Navy leadership
issue, it's a personal responsibility. If
you are overweight, the person most
accountable for your situation is you.
The Navy is going to continue to offer
opportunities and equipment to help
you lose weight and get in shape, but
ultimately it's you who needs to com-
mit to the program.
If you haven't figured it out yet,
the Navy takes your health serious-
ly, and so should you. As each of us
aspires to leadership, I challenge each
of you to help your shipmates around
you who may need some motivational
help. If you are going to the gym


FLTCM(SW/SS) Rick West


- take someone with you!
Working hard days and weeks on
end will wear you down both physi-
cally and mentally. If you are not in
good physical shape you won't be able
to keep your body and mind sharp.
The same can be said of uniform
appearance - your appearance is a
direct reflection of your attention to
detail and discipline.
If you don't take the time to do the
small things right (uniforms), you
may not give the same level of atten-
tion to your work. Additionally, oth-
ers may not give you the chance to get


involved in important projects that
could positively affect your career if
they feel you don't present an accept-
able appearance. If you cut corners in
your job and don't think appearance
matters, you lower your operational
readiness.
Whether or not the Navy truly
becomes a more fit service depends
on each of us to realize our role, both
personally and as leaders. Command
support is paramount. We need to
promote physical fitness and healthy
lifestyles.
We need to ensure each Sailor has
the opportunity to participate in
physical fitness activities. We need to
ensure those Sailors who are outside
our standard are provided motivation
and assistance to. bring them back
into standards. And that means you!
I am counting on each and every one
of you to do your best to get it shape,
stay in shape, and help your ship-
mates around you to improve their
health as well.
You are all doing some great things
in our Navy, everyday I am amazed at
the talent and work ethic that keeps
our Navy at the forefront. Stay safe
and look out for your shipmates.
Fleet tip: Did you know that Navy
Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department has trained profession-
als that will assist you with a fitness
regiment. All you have to do is ask!


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Dinner will be served 1-4 p.m.
All hands are welcome.
The cost is $6.05 per person.
The following is the menu
for the Thanksgiving meal:
Shrimp cocktail
Roasted steamship beef
Oven roasted turkey
Glazed spiral sliced ham
Candied sweet potatoes
Fluffy mashed potatoes
Old fashioned cornbread dressing
Buttered whole kernel corn
Garlic sauteed green beans
Turkey giblet gravy
BeefAu Jus
Pineapple sauce
Cranberry sauce
Wild rice soup
Assorted dinner rolls
Assorted desserts .
and ice cream
SEgg nog
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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
HMC(SW/FMF) Joshua Davidson of Navy Medicine Support Command gathers some information about smoking and
chewing tobacco as Danny Woodard, Tobacco Cessation Program Manager at the Naval Hospital Jax Wellness Center
talks about the various cessation products available at the Great American Smokeout booth outside the Navy Exchange
Nov. 15. "I am out here today to help people stop smoking, especially the women. I've seen more women in their 40s
and 50s lately with all kinds of horrible diseases from smoking. They say that cigarettes are their best friend and they
just seem to struggle so much more than men when they try to quit," said Woodard. "Smoking kills 5 million people
a year world-wide. This does not include dipping and cigar smoking. We offer numerous alternatives to using tobacco
products and offer free cessation classes for those eligible." For more information on smoking cessation classes, call
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Section fronts will also be
uploaded to the Web site for
your loved one to view from


overseas.
Photos must be posted
to the Web site by Dec. 6
and will run in print Dec.
12. Photos that don't make
the covers will be displayed
inside the printed sections
or on the galleries of the
Web sites.


Make sure your photo is
at least 200 dpi; and include
in the caption your loved
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or her family, part of town
he or she is from and where
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Team members CS2 Patrick Faucette, CS1 Preston Charles, CSSN Anthony Wilcox and CS1 Robert Jackson Jr., representing guided-missile frigate
award-winning dishes and trophies after being crowned the 2007 Commander, Navy Region Southeast Navy Iron Chef.


USS Mclnerney (FFG 8), proudly display their


CHEF CAT CORA JUDGES NAVY IRON CHEF
By MCI (AW) Toiete Jackson ut
Fleet Public Affairs Center, Detachment Southeast I b... . I- I


N S Mayport played host to Commander, Navy
Region Southeast's (CNRSE) second Navy Iron
Chef competition with renowned guest, Chef Cat
Cora from Food Networks, Iron Chef America Nov. 13.
Cora was on hand to judge the battle along with CNRSE
Chief of Staff Capt. Mathew Schellhorn and local Chef
Brett Harris from World Grill.
"I think throwing iron chef battles and competitions
between teams is really great for culinary careers for all


CS3 Phillip Waddell and CS3 Jacob Settle from Naval Air
Station Jacksonville Flight Line Cafe work together to make
one of three dishes they have to create from using potatoes
during the Commander, Navy Region Southeast second Navy
Iron Chef competition Nov. 13.


Culinary specialists and chefs gather the secret ingredient,
potatoes, for the second Commander, Navy Region Southeast
Navy Iron Chef competition. Each team had to create three
different dishes utilizing the potatoes, pantry items provided
Sand spices and special equipmenthey brought.


(From left) CS3 Dennis Monroe, CS3 Phillip Waddell and CS3
Jacob Settle meet Chef Cat Cora of Food Networks, Iron Chef
America during the competition.
the enlisted. It really gives them a chance to put their
skills to use in a competition style format. I think they
learn a lot from each other, seeing the different food and
quality," said Cora. "Speed skill, technique, it's an all
encompassing benefit for everybody."
The battle began as the eight teams from various com-
mands comprised of Navy culinary specialists and Morale,
Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Food and Beverage Teams
throughout the Southeast Region were told the secret
ingredient they had to use in their dishes was the potato.
The teams had to create three different dishes using the
various potatoes, pantry items provided and their own
special spices and equipment.
Regional Food Service Officer CWO3 Kathy Wiseman
says that this event will allow the cooks the opportunity
to produce something new off the top of their heads by
not letting them know the main ingredient until the last
minute. She hopes the competition will help them perfect
their skills so they can give troops on the ships a variety.
"It was a tough competition. It was very cool. I liked that
the cooks were allowed to use their imagination. It forces
them to be creative which is what the judges were looking
for," remarked CSCS Deanna Decker, leading culinary
specialist and assistant food service officer at the NAS Jax
Flight Line Caf6.
"They were judged on originality, plating, taste and
mise en place (putting all the ingredients together). You
could earn up to 50 points. The teams knew what they
were being judged on, but they didn't realize that the top
teams that won used the secret ingredient ,which was
potatoes, as their main ingredient and not as a side item.
We weren't the last team, and we were very competitive."
Competitors filled their pans with the potatoes and
headed to kitchen area to create dishes to wow the judges
of their skills of presentation, originality, a great tasting
meal.
"It was awesome. It was an opportunity to do something
new, something that we as E4s in the Navy had never
been a part of before. It's a change of pace compared to
the volume of cooking that we do in the galley. We knew
it was going to be challenging, but weren't really sure of
what we were getting into," said CS3 Jacob Settle of the
NAS Jax Flight Line Cafe.
"We had three people on our team and broke it down,
one of us created the appetizer, one made the main entree
and one made the dessert. We worked together and offered
each other ideas. We didn't win, but we'll try again next
time.',


CS2 Sonny LaLatang, representing Naval Hospital
Jacksonville, begins preparation on one of the dishes for the
second Commander, Navy Region Southeast Navy Iron Chef
Competition.
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CS3 Dennis Monroe of the NAS Jax Flight Line Cafe works on
his creation.
After putting the final touches on their meals, the teams
presented their unique creations to the judges and waited

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(From left) CS3 Phillip Waddell, CS3 Dennis Monroe and CS3
Jacob Settle of the NAS Jax Flight Line Cafe proudly show off
their creations.



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IRON CHEF: MAYIPOIT--BASED

USS MCINERNEY TEAM WINS

From Page 6


to see who would be crowned the 2007 Commander, Navy
Region Southeast Navy Iron Chef.
Taking home first place with their care asada steak
rolled with red potato with sharp cheddar and topped with
pico de gallo, seared swordfish over a gold potato crust
with parmesan burre blanc and a tasty mashed sweet
potato with a graham cracker crust topped with whipped
cream and toasted coconut was guided-missile frigate USS
McInerney (FFG-8) at NS Mayport.
All judges agreed that their presentation was outstand-
ing, utilization and originality of the potatoes was creative
and the overall balance was not only exceptional, but the
seasonings of the meal stood out.
"My favorite two dishes were the care asada appetizers
from the McInerney and their mashed sweet; potato pie,"
exclaimed Cora. "The portions were just the right size and
the tastes were phenomenal. I can actually see them being
served at a restaurant."
The NS Mayport Oasis Galley team took second place
and Mayport MWR team finished third.


Team members from the Naval Hospital jax Child Street Cafe prepare their special meal during the competition.


Chef Cat Cora, CWO3 Kathy Wiseman and Commander, Navy Region Southeast Chief of Staff Capt.Matthew Schellhorn unveil
the secret ingredient for the second Commander Navy Region Southeast Navy Iron Chef competition held at NS Mayport.


CS3 Phillio Waddell and C$S' Jacob Settle of the NAS Jax Fligh* Line Cafe carefully accent their plate before serving them to the judges duping the competition.







8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 22, 2007


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Thanksgiving as a lifestyle


By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
Certain lady went to visit her friend
and took her 6-year-old son, Johnny
along. Upon arriving at the house,
the boy started to complain that he was
hungry.
The friend offered Johnny an orange.
Immediately after the lady
offered him the orange
Johnny's mother said to
him, "Now what do you say,
Johnny?" Johnny looked at
the orange, handed it back
to the gracious lady and
said, "Peel it." Hardly an
expression of "thanksgiv-
ing." '
Unfortunately, so many of
us take the gifts life brings \
for granted. Like Johnny, ,
we may not do well at being '\,
thankful. Thanksgiving, or Chaplain (Lt
should I say "thanks-living"
(living with an attitude of gratitude) is
important if we are to enjoy the fullness
of life. Possessing an ever-greater abil-
ity to appreciate what we already have is
an even greater challenge in our day and
time. I'm afraid that there are some that
may never be truly satisfied with the gifts
they already have.
For this Thanksgiving holiday I would
like to express some thoughts about proper
gratitude, or better yet, how to maintain
an attitude of "thanks-living" in our lives
that will carry us beyond this most unique
American of holidays.
Let's begin with the following truism:
"thanksgiving is an attitude." An attitude
is a behavior. Because it is a personal
behavior we do exert a high degree of con-
trol over it. The Thanksgiving Holiday
invites us to participate in this spirit of
inner gratitude. It is an "attitude of grati-
tude" that can teach us so much about bal-
anced living because there truly is so much
to be thankful for everyday. This lifestyle
or "thanks-living" can pervade all of life
and make an important contribution to the


way we live all of life. How can this be?
Well, first of all, living thankfully is
not the same as being "happy" all the
time. Happiness is a feeling. Happiness
is a response to a particular experience.
Thankful living ("thanks-living) is a behav-
ior based on a decision of my will. This
decision is grounded on the unchanging
reality that life itself is a gift and wor-
thy of fruitful living. I have
discovered that it is further
based on the truth that God
has given me a life to expe-
rience in all its abundance,
^ in all its vitality. What's
the practical translation of
all this?
S1. If I've smashed my
thumb with a hammer, I
still have the rest of my fin-
Sl gers.
l 2. If I've been in a car
accident, it could've been a
Joe Molina lot worse.
3. If the Jags lost again,
well, they can't get any worse (I'm in trou-
ble now).
To be sure, the foundation, the reality
of "thanks-living" is founded on the objec-
tive, palpable fact that the life we live and
breathe is precious because it is a gift from
the almighty. Therefore, "thanks-living" is
an elevation of the heart.
Here's a reality check. Do we go through
the motions of living (as though we're the
walking dead) or do we live with a sense
of the presence of God? This "behavior"
is a choice. It's always a choice. This path
of gratitude isn't easy but it's worth the
effort. See what there is to be thankful
for rather than dwelling on the negative
things. Some of you already have this atti-
tude: of "thanks-living." I've seen it in you
and it's contagious. It has encouraged me.
So in preparation for this national holi-
day which is so distinctly American in its
culture, let us use this time to. remember
that "thanks-living" is a life-long calling.
On behalf of NAS Chapel Center staff,
have a blessed arid safe Thanksgiving hdli-
day.


NAS Jax Chapel offers holiday religious services


From the NAS Jax Chapel
Protestant
Dec. 2, Noon - Greening of the Chapel
Dec. 9,11 a.m. - Children's Christmas Program
Dec. 16, 11 a.m. - Combined Christmas
Cantata
Dec. 24, 6 p.m. - Candlelight Service
Catholic
Dec; 7, 5 p.m. - Vigil Mass Immaculate
Conception


Dec. 9, 11 a.m. - Christmas decorating of St.
Edward's Chapel
Dec. 16, 11 a.m. - Combined Christmas
Cantata
Dec. 18,7 p.m. - Communal Penance Service
- St. Catherine
Dec. 24, 8 p.m. - Christmas Eve Mass
Dec. 25, 9:30 a.m. - Christmas Day Mass
Jan. 1,9;:30 a.m. - Mass for Feast of Mary
Mother of God
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ABH2(AW/SW) Michael Waldrop carefully paints around one
of the stars on one of the insignias.


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By Lt. Scott Myers
Air Operations Department


Several members of the NAS Jax Air Operations
Transient Line recently demonstrated their cre-
ative skills by repainting the two huge NAS Jax
insignias located in front of the Air Operations building.
The talented group of aviation boatswain's mates (ABs)
from the Transient Line spent countless hours and some
of their own hard-earned money to repaint the two NAS
Jax insignias.
The insignias have been part of the department's land-
scape since the 1940s and needed a refurbishing due to
the sun bleaching out the color and wording. The ABs
noticed the weathered paint and decided to make a dif-
ference. "We saw that this project needed to be done and
decided that instead of waiting for contractors to work on
it, we would take it on and get it done," said ABH2(AW/
SW) Michael Waldrop, who helped with the project. "We
wanted our base to stand out when transient pilots stop in
here and let them know we have the best naval air station
in the Navy and that we take pride in our division."
So thanks to some hard work and dedication of a few
Sailors, some special symbols of our naval heritage have
been preserved for years to come.


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outside the Air Operation's
Department desperately
needed to be repainted.


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ABE(AW) Belinda Arechiga carefully paints the white lines on the insignia.


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By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


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.L V^runners turned out for
this year's 5K Turkey Trot Nov.
16.
Placing first overall and first in
the men's 29 and under category
was Bryan Mullins from VP-30
with a time of 18:59. Taking first
overall in the women's category
and first in the women's 38-44
category was Susan Miller of VR-
58 with a time of 19:45.
Other winners were:
Men's 29 and under
Second - Bobby Ralston, VR-58
- 19:23
Third - Jason Wagner, FRCSE
- 19:45
Women's 29 and under
First - Ashley Eppens, VP-30
- 20:41
Second - Gabriel Montes - 29:12
Third - Alondra Robles, VR-58
- 35:01
Men's 30-37
First - Todd Lauby, Naval
Hospital Jax - 19:42
Second - Corwynn Duran, NOSC
- 21:03
Third - Jason Holcombe,
Veterinary Clinic - 21:07
Women's 30-37
First - Amy Santos, VR-58
- 24:39
Second - Michelle Holcombe
- 27:05
Third - Noah Thomas - 32:02
Men's 38-44
First - Barry Buss, HSCWL
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Second - Michael Flemming,
CNRSE - 19:58
Third - James Hokaj, CNRSE
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Third - Pamela Gregory, NOSC
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Men's 45-49
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Special
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Each par-
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2008 season.
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or any other part of the federal
government officially endorses
any company, sponsor, or its frod-
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Bobby Ralston of VR-58 comes across the finish line to
take second place in the men's 29 and under category with
a time of 19:23.


Bryan Mullins from VP-30 happily accepts two tickets to a Jacksonville Jam
game from NAS jax Fitness Director Tim McKinney after placing first over-
all in the men's category and first in the men's 29 and under category with
a time of 18:59.




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Heart of Gold Awards nominations needed


From Volunteer Jacksonville, Inc.
Volunteer Jacksonville, Inc. is look-
ing for nominations of those indi-
viduals who have provided volun-
teer services to a nonprofit organization
in one of the following counties: Baker,
Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. John's.
Volunteer service cannot be a paid job
function for the nominee. Nominations
cannot be accepted if the nominee has
received a Heart of Gold award within the
last two years and employees of Volunteer
Jacksonville and their families are not
eligible.
Nomination instructions
* The original nomination form must be
filled out completely. Please print or type
legibly. Forms can be downloaded at www.
volunteerjacksonville.org/index.htm.
* Well-written forms score higher with
judges.
* One nominee per form unless you are
nominating a group (must be at least three
people).
- Please verify all nominee contact infor-
mation before sending.


* If you send support materials such
as brochures, newspaper articles, photo-
graphs, newsletters, CD's, videos or letters
of recommendation, they will be considered
and then discarded.
* Nomination forms are the property
of Volunteer Jacksonville and will not be
returned.
* Forms should be sent to Volunteer
Jacksonville, Inc. Attn: Lynn Weise Mora,
6817 Southpoint Parkway, Suite 1902,
Jacksonville, FL 32216
* We will notify the nominator when the
nomination form has been received.
Please do not contact Volunteer
Jacksonville to see if your nominee has
won. We will contact the Heart of Gold
award recipients and their nominators by
Jan. 31. Decisions made by the indepen-
dent panel of community judges are final.
Volunteer Jacksonville reserves the right
to provide information about volunteers
and their volunteer activities to the news
media.
For more information, call Lynn Weise
Mora at 332-6767, Ext. 18.


Nominations sought for African-American

History Month Recognition Awards


From Chief of Naval Personnel Diversity
Directorate
The Department of Defense (DoD)
is seeking nominations for its
African American History Month
Recognition Awards through Dec. 17.
The awards honor service men and
women who have supported the global
war on terrorism, demonstrating "role
model" qualities and the core values of
their respective military service. The per-
formance period for this award is from
February 2007 to February 2008. The Navy
will recognize one active component mem-
ber and one reserve component member.
One of the Navy's 2007 award winners
noted this award was not just about recog-
nizing an individual.
"I represent a whole lot of other people


with this award - my culture, my country,
my command. It's a big honor," said then
SKC Linda Joyce Cline.
DoD will present the awards at an event
recognizing Black History Month being
planned for February 2008.
Details for the event will be provided
at a later date. Nominees will be asked to
attend the recognition event. Commands
should provide funded orders to cover
expenses incident to attendance, including
transportation, per diem, and registration
fees.
Award nominations are to be submitted
by Dec. 17 by e-mail to MILLNavy_EO_
Advice@navy.mil.
Further award criteria and nomina-
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at www.npc.navy.mil/CommandSupport/
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cards of value for Target, Wal-Mart, Navy
Exchange and military commissaries will
be accepted and forwarded on.
Orlando Magic "Seats for Soldiers" '
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Orlando. "Seats for Soldiers" is a partner-
ship between the Orlando Magic and the
Greater Jacksonville Area USO, in which
free tickets are given to active duty mili-
tary and their families for specific games.
Requests for tickets are now being accept-
ed and will be distributed the week of Nov.,
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deployed service members on Thanksgiving'
with a free Thanksgiving feast and fam-
ily 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.
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The Daytona 500 Experience "The offi-
cial attraction of NASCAR," is celebrating
Armed Forces Month during November by
offering free admission to all members of
the military. Family members who attend
with the military ID holder receive $10 off
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Beth Wiruth


Special Contributor
hanksgiving. We celebrate
Thanksgiving this week and this
is my fourth year of composing a
Thanksgiving column. I've been pondering
this holiday for weeks, mostly pondering
what can I write about that hasn't already
been written by other, more talented col-
umnists.
Then the fires hit California on the heels
of a tornado in Pensacola, in the midst
of a very real drought in the south while
the global war on terrorism continues. I
thought to myself, how can I write about
Thanksgiving? How can I talk about giv-
ing thanks when things are so tough for
so many? So I decided to research the orig-
inal, first Thanksgiving and I made an
interesting discovery.
Wikipedia states, "Thanksgiving, or
Thanksgiving Day, is an annual one-day
holiday to give thanks, historically to God,
for the things one has at the end of the
harvest season . . . ."
Hmm . . . is that all? So I did bit more
research. In school plays and cartoons we
see the Pilgrims and Native Americans
sitting down to a huge feast celebrating
the harvest. And, inferred is "they all lived
happily ever after."
After enduring such a devastating winter
they couldn't kick back and take a summer
vacation. Their summer was full of long
hours of hard work. They gardened; they
felled trees (without modern equipment)
and built homes, fencing, with primitive
tools. The summer was hard.
From their writings we know that the
pilgrims were a deeply religious, Christian,
people. Have you ever wondered why after
such suffering, that they didn't get angry
and curse God or at the least just ignore
him? Have you ever gardened? It is not
exactly a recreational activity. The pil,
grims spent the entire summer building
homes, gardening - working long hard
hours in hopes of faring better through the


next winter. Instead of bitterness toward
the God that allowed them to suffer, they
took time to give thanks. The pilgrims gave
thanks for surviving, surviving! They had
no guarantee that the next winter would
be much better than the previous, but they
gave thanks.
I am spoiled. I enjoy the-bounty and pros-
perity of living in an affluent country. I
have many creature comforts that I enjoy
and I live on a military salary. I am also
embarrassed to admit how ungrateful I
can be for all that I have. I have to admit
I don't like to suffer and I generally don't
suffer quietly.
Like the pilgrims, there are always going
to be hurdles, challenges, difficulties to
be faced in the future. You may be in the
midst of one right now. Those challenges
are real and I do not want to dismiss your
anguish in any way. Rather, I want to offer
my thoughts and prayers for you.
Is it possible that the pilgrims under-
stood the power of gratefulness? In my own
life when I dwell on that is 'wrong' in my
life (another holiday separated from fam-
ily, dead car battery, chronic back pain,
another deployment) I'm not exactly the
life of the party. But when my focus is
on what I do have (a husband who loves
me dearly, who serves our country, lovely
home, creature comforts, rich friendships
and that is just to start . . .) my attitude
changes. My heart lightens and is full of
joy. Yes, I have struggles. There are many
enduring much more difficult struggles
than. I. In the midst of these challenges
we can take stock of all that we have, and
be grateful, we will experience joy, con-
tentment, and perhaps most importantly
hope and courage for the future. Happy
Thanksgiving!

Question or comment for Beth? Email her
at beth@homefrontinfocus.com. Check out
her internet talk show for Navy spouses,
Navy Homefront Talk!, at www.blogtalkra-
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Remember food safety during the holiday season


By Kay Blakley
DeCA
Sharing holiday meals with friends
and family is an important part of
the holiday season. Do partake of
the season's merriment, but don't invite
food poisoning to join the party by using
careless food-handling practices. With a
little bit of care and knowledge, foodborne
illness is almost entirely preventable.
Consider these four tips:
1. Cook thoroughly: If a golden-brown,
whole turkey will be the centerpiece of your
holiday table, a meat thermometer should
be among your "must-have" kitchen uten-
sils. It's the only sure way to tell if food
has reached the desired state of doneness
and a temperature high enough to destroy
harmful bacteria. Use an oven temperature
no lower than 325 degrees Fahrenheit and
continue to roast until the thermometer
shows a minimum internal temperature
of 165 degrees. This is the lowest tem-
perature at which bacteria and viruses are


destroyed, according to food safety experts.
However, for reasons of personal prefer-
ence, consumers may choose to cook turkey
to the traditional temperature levels of
175 to 180 degrees Fahrenheit in the thigh
and 165 to 170 in the breast. Check the
temperature in the innermost part of the
thigh and wing and in the thickest part of
the breast. Make sure the thermometer is
not touching bone, fat-or gristle. For safety
sake, it is best not to stuff the turkey, but
to bake the stuffing separately in a casse-
role. If you simply must cook the stuffing
inside the bird, check the stuffing tempera-
ture separately. Even if the turkey itself
has reached the desired temperature, cook-
ing must continue until the center of the
stuffing has reached 165 degrees.
2. Keep it clean: Wash your hands,
including under your fingernails, thor-
oughly and often with soap and water.
Remember that bacteria can enter the pic-
ture from numerous sources-handling the
telephone, petting the dog, taking a bath-


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or brushing her hair out of her face, even
handling dirty dishes. Wash up again after
any of these or other interruptions, and
dry hands thoroughly with a clean towel or
paper towel. Change kitchen towels, spong-
es and dishcloths often. Bacteria can linger
on linen used repeatedly between launder-
ings. Always launder these items in hot
water, because the cold water wash may
not kill all the bacteria. Use paper towels
to wipe counters and floor spills. Wash
countertops, cutting boards and utensils in
hot soapy water between each step in food
preparation. Be sure dishes are fully clean
and dry before putting them away. Even
tiny bits of food soil along with moisture
trapped between the dishes sets up a per-
fect environment for bacteria to grow.
3.- Separate raw and cooked foods:
Experts agree that accidental food-to-food
or surface-to-food cross contamination is
one of the biggest culprits in the spread of
foodborne illness. For example, say some
juice from your thawed turkey seeps onto
the countertop or onto your cutting board.
You wipe up the spill with a paper towel,
then cut lettuce and other vegetables on
the same contaminated countertop and
cutting board. Although the surface may
look clean, bacteria from the poultry may
still be present-and may have transferred
to the salad makings. Your friends and
family eat the salad and now run the risk
of becoming ill.
Even more common is the following sce-
nario. You prepare the turkey for roasting
by removing the giblets and neck from
inside the bird. You rub the inside cavity
with salt, using your fingers and gener-
ously apply butter to the outside of the
bird with, you guessed it, your bare hands!


(We'll assume your hands and nails have
been thoroughly scrubbed beforehand.) You
lift the turkey into the roasting pan, wip-
ing your hands on the kitchen towel sev-
eral times throughout the process. You use
that same towel to open the oven door and
slide the turkey in. The pan of potatoes on
top of the stove starts to boil over, so you
use the towel as a potholder to lift the lid.
As you turn down the heat with one hand,
you pick up a spoon with the other hand,
and give the pot a good stir. As you stir,
you notice the yeast rolls set to rise on
the back of the stove look a little dry, so
you dampen the notorious towel with a
little water from the faucet, and carefully
lay it over the rolls. We could carry this
on and on, but by now I'm sure you have
the picture. You've contaminated half the
kitchen by transferring any microscopic
beings residing on or in the turkey, first to
your hands, then to the towel and finally to
the numerous other items you touched. We
won't even mention the fire hazard you've
created with the flammable towel so close
to the heat of the stove.
Be aware of cross-contamination pos-
sibilities every step of the way, beginning
in your grocery basket, continuing to your
meat or poultry thawing in the refrigerator
and all the way through the meal prepa-
ration process. Wash hands and utensils
often with soap and water. Use paper tow-
els and dispose of them immediately after
handling raw meat or poultry, and change
cloth kitchen towels often.
4. Refrigerate, thaw, serve and store
foods properly. Keep hot foods hot and cold
foods cold: No doubt you've heard this at
least a hundred times, but good advice

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For more information, call 542-3493.

Wednesday
Free bowling for active duty
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 p.m. - 10 p.m.
$1 Games all day!

The Zone Complex
Call 542-3521 for more information.

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

Trivia Night
Budweiser Brew House
Every Tuesday
7:30 p.m.

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!


For more information on aquatics, call 542-
2930.

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

Swim lessons at the indoor pool
Nov. 26-29 and Dec. 3-6
Monday through Thursday
$30 military/$35 Department of Defense

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

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

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

Jacksonville Jaguar tickets on sale now!
Ticket prices $40 - $56.50 (Limit four tick-
ets per game per person)
Ride the ITT Jaguar shuttle for only $10
per'game or $80 for all regular home sea-
son 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 & 17.
NEXTEL Fan Zone $75
ITT Shuttle $15 (limited number of seats)

Keith Urban
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Dec. 7
$73.75 per person

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

,2008 Konica Minolta Gator Bowl
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium


Jan. 1 at 1 p.m.
$32.50 per person

LIBERTY COVE

RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted
to E1-E5 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.

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

Mall & Movie Trip
Orange Park Mall and AMC Theater
Nov. 24

Jaguars vs. Bills Game
Nov. 25
$5 per person

Comedy Zone Trip
Nov. 29
Free

MOVIES
Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details call 542-
3491.

Nov. 23, 7 p.m. - Rescue Dawn (PG-13)
Nov. 24, 5 p.m. - Nancy Drew (PG)
Nov. 24, 7 p.m. - Who's Your Caddy (PG-
13)
Nov. 30, 7 p.m. - The Simpson's Movie
(PG-13)
Dec. 1, 5 p.m. - Ratatouille (G)
Dec. 1, 7 p.m. - The Bourne Ultimatum
(PG-13)
Dec. 7, 7 p.m. - Superbad (R)
Dec. 8, 5 p.m. - Underdog (PG)
Dec. 8, 7 p.m. - A Mighty Heart (R)

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
Dec. 4 and 18 for active duty.
Nov. 22, Dec. 6 and 20 for retirees and
Department of Defense personnel.

Senior Military Invitational Golf
Tournament
Dec. 13-14
9 a.m. shotgun start
$70 per person, includes range balls, lunch
both days, comp round of golf and prize
purse.

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

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

YOUTH ACTIVITIES
Call 778-9772.

Holiday Camp Registration
Packets are currently available at the
Youth Center
Camp dates are Dec. 17 - 28
Age 5 to 12

Christmas Tree Lighting & Concert
Dec. 7, 4:30-9 p.m.
Free photos with Santa!

VET CLINIC
Call 542-3786.

Pet Fest
Dec. 8, 10 a.m. - noon
Field beside the Vet Clinic
Pet contest, pet photos with Santa, infor-
mation booths and much more!


FCCJ's spring term registration begins


From the Navy
College Office


Registration for Flo-
rida Community Col-
lege at Jacksonville's
2008 Spring Term which
runs Jan. 7 through May 2
is ongoing through May 1.
If you have not been able
to get into the class you
wanted in the past, we
highly recommend early
registration to reserve a
seat.
Placement testing is
required for math and
English courses. Allow 48
hours for Navy College to
process your tuition assis-
tance voucher.


Sponsors

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'08 events

From Staff

The Morale, Welfare,
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Your efforts will support
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and their families. Your
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than 25,000 base personnel.
For more information
on how organizations can
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NAIMES student award available


From the Navy College Office
T he National Association of
Institutions for Military Education
Services is offering the Student
Spotlight Award to all military students
in Armed Forces Voluntary Education
programs. This award is an opportunity
for students to demonstrate their academ-
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educational community.
Subject matter should reflect student's
interest and area of study. We are inter-
ested in diversity of studies and demon-
strated academic rigor. Reports or papers
should be a minimum of five pages and a
maximum of 25 pages.
The topic should reflect the student's
area of interest. Examples include:
* Prose
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* Research paper
* Graphic art *
* Video clip *
* Must be able to submit electronically
or on DVD. Include written description of
processes, technologies, subject matter, etc.
The successful candidates will be select-
ed based upon their academic accomplish-
ments, attributes, qualifications and the
quality and rigor of the scholarly work.
Participation in the Student Spotlight
Award provides students with.opportuni-


ties to gain valuable experience in both
oral and written presentations of their
work. Eligible participants are active mem-
bers of the armed services of the United
States, including members of the Selected
Reserve and National Guard.
The deadline for submissions, includ-
ing the application, resume and letters of
reference is Dec. 1. Final selection will be
made during the NAIMES general mem-
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The Student Spotlight Award winner will
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Applications can be accessed online at:
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LUNCHEON: City shows military it cares


From Page 1

with no base closings and the largest net
gain in the Navy.
"We will continue to strive to be the most
military friendly city in the country," he
stated.
A special video presentation aired, with
scenes of homecomings and pictures our
troops serving aboard ships and in the
Middle East. Retired chief petty officer
Harold Lawrence brought his son, Brian,
and said it was great to see the commu-
nity coming out to honor our military. "It's
great to see such a big turnout of people for
an occasion like this. I know the troops,
and especially the families, appreciate it."
K.C. McCarthy, Greater Jacksonville
USO executive director, spoke about the
different ways the USO supports mili-
tary people and their families in the
Jacksonville area, including the Sailor's
Aweigh program for families of deployed
military members that allows them to
come to Jacksonville Jaguars games for
free. "It's an honor to support and provide
a home away from home to our military
who put country before self. To all the
men and women in the military, we offer
a special heartfelt 'thanks' for keeping us
safe 24/7," she said.
Keynote speaker Rear Adm. Michael


Vitale, Commander, Navy Region
Southeast, spoke about the Navy's new
Maritime Strategy, which was introduced
by Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary
Roughead last month. "The last maritime
strategy was developed 25 years ago, and
this is the first time in our country's his-
tory that all three sea services have signed
and agreed to a maritime strategy," said
Vitale. He said the strategy emphasizes
"domain awareness," maritime security
and humanitarian assistance.
He went on to thank the council cham-
ber membership for hosting the luncheon,
and took the opportunity to remind local
employers of the benefits of hiring former
Navy veterans.
"Our retiree base continues to be
strong, with a lot of folks choosing to call
Jacksonville home after a career in the
Navy. And whether they leave the Navy
after one tour, or retire after 20 years,
Sailors are the type of people you want
working for you," he said. "They have the
leadership skills and work ethic employers
are looking for in the market today."
HN Ryan Greene attended the lunch
with others from his command.
"People have come up to me and said
thank you, and I think it's nice to know
that people care about the work we are
doing," he said.


FOOD TIPS: Take care with preparation during holidays


From Page 15


bears repeating.
Follow these guidelines to
assure food safety when
preparing the holiday feast.
* Thaw the turkey com-
pletely before cooking.
Thawing in the refrigera-
tor is best, but requires
some planning-allow
a minimum of five hours
per pound thawing time. If
planning failed, do a quick
thaw by placing the turkey,
in its original wrapper, in
cold water. Allow 30 min-
utes per pound for thawing
to take place and change
the water every 25 to 30
minutes.
* Egg-based desserts
such as pumpkin, pecan
or sweet potato pie can
be made a day ahead,
but must be stored in the
refrigerator.
* Cornbread dressing can
be partially prepared a day
ahead, as long as you refrig-
erate the ingredients sepa-
rately-breadcrumbs and
crumbled cornbread in' one
container, saut6ed onions
and celery in another and
crisp crumbled bacon in
yet another. Combine all
ingredients with eggs, sea-
sonings and broth the next
day. Bake and serve imme-
diately.
* Even deviled eggs can
be made ahead following
these safety precautions.
Boil, peel and slice the eggs
lengthwise. Refrigerate the
egg whites in one contain-

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Yard of the Month


Photo by Michael Herbert
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr., right, presents Debbie
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award Nov. 15 as NAS Jax Executive Officer Capt. Steve Holmes looks on.


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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


JAX SPORTS


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 goto 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-


From TRICARE Management Activity

Following a Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC) rec-
ommendation on Oct. 19, TRICARE
now covers Zostavax, the vaccine designed
to prevent shingles for beneficiaries 60
and older.
Shingles is a painful viral disease that
affects more than one million Americans
every year. More than half of those cases
happen in people age 60 or older. The CDC
recommends a single dose of shingles vac-
cine for everyone age 60 and older.
In a shingles prevention study done by
the Veterans Administration Cooperative
Trial, run by Dr. Michael Oxman out of
the University of California, San Diego,
Zostavax was more than 50 percent effec-
tive in reducing the incidence of shingles
and more than 60 percent effective in
reducing some of its associated symptoms.
Even in people who suffer from the dis-
ease, most of those who were vaccinated
experienced less pain.
"Offering this vaccine to our beneficiaries
is further evidence of TRICARE's commit-
ment to provide first-rate health care to
Uniformed Service members and their fam-
ilies," said Army Maj. Gen. Elder Granger,


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4645.
The local chapter of the Military Officers Associ-
ation of America meets for a dinner program the
third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club. All active, retired and
reserve officers of all services are encouraged to
attend. For reservations or more information, call
772-0237.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Active and Retired Federal Employees
Association extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired federal employees
to our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
The St. Augustine Fall Art and Craft Festival
will be held Saturday and Sunday 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.


deputy director, TRICARE Management
Activity. "We cover all immunizations
recommended by the CDC's Advisory
Committee on Immunization Practices
and formally endorsed and adopted by the
CDC."
Beneficiaries who receive the shingles
vaccine after Oct. 19, must have vaccina-
tions administered in a provider's office.
Zostavax is covered under the TRICARE
medical benefit and is not reimbursable
under the pharmacy benefit. Beneficiaries
with coverage or claims questions should
contact the TRICARE regional claims pro-
cessor found on their beneficiary explana-
tion of benefits (EOB) notice.
Shingles is caused by the varicella-zoster
virus, the same virus that causes chicken-
pox in children. It remains in the body for
decades, sleeping in nerve cells along the
spinal column. A shingles rash usually
appears on one side of the face or body and
lasts between two and four weeks. It is
painful and can be accompanied by fever,
headache, chills and upset stomach.
For more information on shingles and
the vaccine you may visit the CDC Web
site, www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/vis/down-
loads/vis-shingles.pdf.


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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)
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.


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Intramural Fall Softball Standings
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SERCC
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Lab Rats
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Weapons
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Local park nature center offers free


From Staff


The following free classes are offered
at the Tillie K. Fowler Regional
Park Nature Center, 7000 Roosevelt
Boulevard, located across from the NAS
Jax Main Gate this month. To sign up for
classes, call 630-CITY.


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Morning Exploring
Nov. 26, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Join the parks naturalist on a nature
walk to explore an off-trail portion of this
large park. This program is not appropri-
ate for children in strollers. Please wear
closed-toed shoes, long pants and bring
binoculars if you have them.


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ARLINGTON LOW WKLY ARGYLE 3/2 $995 Orange Park - Close In
ONE BED7 DAY STAY 1822sf, ch&a, WD Hkp, Pvt fen'd lot & Homes-
5139 ECONO SINGLE 2stry Shed, 2cg, Walk Ins tyle 3/2 Manufactured
$159 FULL SIZE ECONO VANSANDT RE 389-3540 model. No pets. Must be
$175 FULL SIZE R & M clean. No water or sewer
REGENCY INN 725-5093 ARGYLE area - Ranch bills. $865/mo rent or
style hse 2200sf, 3/2 on 3 sole 904-264-7929
ARLINGTON 1&2br ac, send lanal, pool $1175
SOUTHSIDE 2br mo + $800dep. 465-0679 ORTEGA HILLS 2mi's to
WESTSIDE 2br NAS, 4br/2ba, all new
Attractive & Quiet Arlington / Monument Rd Inside Incl. appls hdwd
$54 5�$695 721-1767 3/2 - 1,500 SF, ear, new firs, ear, fenced bkyd,
www.mviaorens.com point/carpet, fenced yd, great neighborhood
BAYMEADOWS 195. Scott 636-6736. $1375m. 904-728-4305
Shadow Bay ApIs. ATLANTIC BEACH ii --
November & Decemoer GREAT OFFICERS ORTEGA- secluded 2br
FREEI HOMEI Gorgeous, 2ba, cottage style home
Discounla for MIlitary. 3br/2.5M Gr er Fenced back yard.
Nurses. Teaners. Ec! suite, 2 acres garage Front /back enclosed
Caoil Toaoyl fMove In on huge corner lot, porch, deck & ample t
Toaayi1 37-9517 $2000/mo. 904-249-3780 covered park in g
(Boat/motorhome). Kit
Avondale 1687 Glendale appliances turn + dish-
RIVERSIDE St. 2/1 newly remod, w/d, washer, microwave. CommercialIndusmal
Near 5 points, in ch&a, d/w, micro, ice maker Washer/ dryer security FOr Sale
No pels 1.00 631.-.33? Must Seel $875. 699-7838 system. $1100/ma + or Sale
d deposit 904-284-1616 Commercial/Industrial
SAN MARCO AVONDALE 3br/2baFor Rent
1 & 2 BR Speciall ch&a w/d hu, fpl, nice SOUTHSIDE 31.5 $895
CALL 398 -9492 neighborhood, $1200mo 1014sf, ch&a, WD Hkp Businesses for Sale
www.SonMarcoVIlage.org- + dep. No pets 553-4552 HW Floors, Scrnd Porch Office Space For Sale
__ .S__ rc_ ll_ eor-----------VANSANDT RE 389-3540
SOUTHSIDE - AVONDALE 2/1 $850- Office Space For Rent
villas At K Crossino 795sf, Hardwood Floors WESTSIDE - new 3/2 TH, RetailFor Sale
Vlas At Kings Crossing Jen-alr stove, Must. See loft, gar, w/d Incd, ask RetailFor Rent
Studio, 1 br, 2br VANSANDT RE 389-3540 for Palge at 904-757-3466
Nov & Dec FREEI St. Johns Commercial/
Discounts for Military, BEAUCLERC -Brand new Industrial For Sale
Veterans, Teachers, exec rental, 4/3, Ig bonus w
Police, EtcI rm, never lIved In, on CH/A, W/D hkup, fen'd St. JohnsmCommercial/
Move n Tday 733-1004 cudesac, close to yrd, frdge, stove HUD IndustrialForRent
WESTSIDE -2/2 CH&A, Bolies, SanMarco, OK 904-384-0620 s JoHnsBusinessesf Sale
vaulted cell, fplc, wett$3kmo
bar, w/d hkp, $675-695 first/last up front. Call WESTSIDE- 4br, 2ba, newly StJohnsOfflceSpeceFarSale
Sec.okJeff786-277-6823 Emory for details
ec 8 ok Jeff 7904386-6592 remodeled , ready to rent StJolmsOffieSpaceFar
' ------2Cedar Hills - 4/2 Den,allRent
geg&ogj' C e iS appI's, must see, 2 ml WESTSIDE- 2br, 2.5ba, St. Johns Retail For Sale
I NAS. $1050 Bkgrnd TH, fpi, w/d, Florida St. Johns Retail ForRent
With check, like new 349-0748. room, extra storage,
Planters Walk Apt. $795/mo 425-4684 ,
HOLIDAY SPECIAL CLAY COUNTY New 4/2
2BR's $245 1st mo spacious brick, large Westside - Wesconnett rffci al
345 2nd mo $445 3rd mo yard Lake Asbury A + 5844 Sonora Dr W. 1500sf,
3BR's $310 1st ma. schools $1395 904-759-4181 3br/2bo $845mo. No dogs. 8tl
$510 2nd mo $610 3rd me- Call1310-938-3654
For Qualified Applicants. DON'T RENTICol309865
Call for details Why Rent? Rent-To-Own!
(904) 778-1791 You can afford this SlinlitIIlJd SOUTHSIDE - 1,500
homel 3 BD, 2.5 BA, In Square foot office/ware-
Orange Park Easy Him es house, $800/Month. 6372
Terms 24 hour Msg. - Greenland Rd.
1-866-612-1904 CLAY HILL 2BR MH Call 904-751-4971
for rent, Iro fenced yard,
Atlantic Beach 2br/2ba EAGLE HARBOR ref's. req'd. $450mo. SOUTHSIDE
new tile, priv. court- Sale or rent, 4/3, 3 cg, new Call John 282-5705 10,000sf or 20,000sf Grade
yard, pool, w/d h/u - bike constr, Reducedl $1800m Level at Powers and
to Hannah park $875/ mo or $365K 904-269-8860 NORTHWEST Univ. Zoned IL.
904-614-590 310-734-9395 -Ja clean 2br CH&A no Only $4/sf nnn
904-614-8590 310-734395 FLEMING ISLAND TH pets. priv lot, unfurn, oEaston, Sanderson & Co.
BEACHES JAX N 07 aval. 12/01. 3br/2.5 bath- Call 838-4183 356-2228 Realtor
breathtaking Ocean garage- approved pets-
view 8th floor 2400 sg ft great schools- wshr- WESTSIDE -TIMUQUANA
3/3 luxury hi-rlse,gour- dryr-fridge included MOVE IN SPECIAL. $50 off
met kitchen, whirl- $1200 month+sec. depos 2 & 3br's $425 - $675
pool tub, deck, pool, pool & refs required 230-3793 + dep. 904-771-3811
spa,garage, gated
$2395 904-226-0253 FLEMING ISLAND - 5/4, WESTSIDE 2br/1.Sba,
2680sf, $1800. 2/2 1050sf, country getting, fenced
ORANGE PARK cen- $950.3/2, 2600sf $2000. yrd, CH/A, $450/mo +
trally oc 2/2, fpc, scrn Maxxum RE. 505-6203 de, no ets.904-786-2237
porch exc cond $795/mo dep,_noPets. 904-786-2237
+ dep. 404-213-1540 A FLEMING ISLAND
ORANGE PARK - NEW condo n Lakeridge
Townhouse with garage tL North by YMCA $1,300. We rent & sale mobile-
2br/2.5ba + bonus room, utilities Incid. Upscale homes call 695-2255
Culdesac, $950; 465-1318 neighborhood. Call John
Orange Park 1 mile to 904-594-5931 Shopping Spree L
1-295, 3/2 Irg rooms. The KENSINGTON 3/2.5 $1195 Qualify by phone, lease to
Seasons. Length of lease 1830sf, ch&a, WD HkP own, or purchase, i It.
nego $925mo 904-264-9078 2cg, Cpt. REDUCEDI $500 Xmas Giveawdy.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH VANSANDT RE 389-3540 Call Emma 771-9055 Business Opportunities
ena o Beach Condo. M.gsrL w SORE WATER 199 RENT Dimnbulorshlps
Isi fir Aith 1 car oar RNT W /D . ear Er.d Ciearance on 2. 3 Fran-ch]�e
S200 monrh 305.40.0ooi3 ,creae patio Who ub, or cr Cail ia, Ior Fictitious Name,
ch&a, w/d hkup. frpl, a6 0 Cah BEmma
i m--'- - lawn maint. Incld. $2000. '71 905 Emmo Findcial Senicet
SOUTHSIDE + d. 904 3-4305 N Mone I o LendBorrow
Charming 2 BD/ 2. 5 MANDARIN - B 1 '5 o Mortgage Bought'Sold
BA lo.nhome. 1220 3/2.5, 1900sI. rirst fir I 11 f
Sail JuSt'minutles liled.3a74 summer
from aaont0o..n or Ine Grove S1200 21 S850t93ji0
oeacnl scrna BocK - U LINGTON CREEK -s"
Porch overlooKing MANDARIN - 3'2. new Priv BR, BA. 0600mo *
wafer and golf course, cpi. pNc, Inca okvd. profl emale 200.9217
peaceful coy pond In great location. $1295 o r _l
front. All appi, W/D Call 993-6413 Commercial Cleaning
Incl., ceiling fans,I RBe in business for
wood-burning FPL, MAYPORT - Kendall yourself- not byyourself
wet bar with built-in Town 2/2.5 Condo w/free tratu guarantee:
wine rack, and plenty Cable & Internetl $995mo Stratus guarantees:
of storage space. I No Pets; Ashley Woods ARLINGTON LOW WKLY *Customers - No Sales
Located In a quiet 4/3 $1450; Ashton Park 2/2 ONEBED 7 DAY STAY *Partial Financing
neighborhood with $900. Call 904-249-7676 $139 ECONO SINGLE Training & Support
community pool, Press 2. Realty Execu- $159 FULL SIZE ECONO *Training & Support
tennis courts and tives, Ponte Vedra $175 FULL SIZE R & M *Flexible Hours PT/FT
I walking paths. $1200 *.REGENCY INN 725-5093 Accounts available now!
* month, available MURRAY HILL 2/1 $695 Call 904-222-8405
December 1st. ch&a, WD Hookup, Fpic .& ORANGE PARK a 90-222-84 S
315-243-2923 953sf, Kitchen Equipped. . Furnished Includes all T
Lm 1Oe -Tv22wl ME VANSANDT RE 389-3540 utilIties. About 20 Jaa x.
- Minutes from NAS Jax. BuILDING OeLUTIONS
. SOUTHSIDE Neptune Beach E. of A1A Call 704-4319. $480.00/mo. Home Base Business
Belle Rive-, new5, 3BR/1IBA, nice I oc. no Home Base Business
SS aluxuppry, e, ool, pets 247-5543 leave msg LUXURY ROOMS (financial freedom) less
SS apps, garge, p1 Pets 4-54w leave msg /Mlcrowave & Refrlg than $500 to start &
tennis. Rent $1300 or buy Northside 1645 27TH St W Low Daily/Wkly Ratesi $49.95moJ license to
$199k. Call 859-1724 2/1 duplex w/bonus rm 10% Off for Wkly Rooml maintain for more Info
1st fir, ch&a, w/d hkup, KINGS INN (904) 7253343 904-554-4222 or
Ho se HUD OK, apple. check, QUALITY INN, (9014) 264.1211 www.travel-blz.info
U__n__ furnished 5675mo. Jesse 0 777-2616 WHOLESALE DISTRI-
. ORANGE PARK EBUTION - Industrial
ARGYLE - 3/2, GREAT l House for sale, Rent, product. 904-465-1304
ROOM, FPLC, SCREENED *.1 RTO. 3/2W $850 mo.
PATIO, FENCED YARD. $140,000 Possible owner
REF REQ $995/MO. 778.2897 financing. 904-272-7352 *
--5 mins from NAS May-
- -ORANGE PARK 3br 'ba. port 3 br, 2 ba, cozy
big vrd. 1 blck from house on quiet street,
river. S950'mo + dep
Avail 121- 904.264.1766
ORANGE PARK- 3/2SI Js
Pool. double garage living e H
R OF FALL r dnng rom 1200mo
S OF FALL 732 4700 or 504.5690
ORANGE PARK 4/2 S995 CR210 4/3, 3000SF on
S ,1750st large back deck South Hampton Golf
ch&a, WD HkD. Fara Rm course, S199/mo, Call
VANSANDT RE 389-3540 904-635.6"61
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ronment. Infants & tod-
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& DISHWASHER
American white. 1 yr
4J1old, barely used. Great
Second. $100.00 269-9626.

Dryer / Washer,
Big Cap, Exc. condition,
$200.00 for both 735-9170

1 GE FRIDGE
18.2 cuff, white, I yr
t old, barely used, great
cond. $300.00 269-9626

FOSTER MICROWAVE
black, 1000w, 1.1 cuff,
model #0MW1199.
1 yr old, excellent
condition,. includes child lock
feature. $50.00 269-9626


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EARTH GIFTS

1951 Stid oSt (904)38M-3690
Cong &Smns ia �A
SOLD'ICE CREAM/
MILK' METAL
4 CARRIER
Stamped sealtest 57'.
19 Inches by 13. Great
condition. $20 Call 268-2482
SOLD MILK CAN
24 Inches tall
S with cap, stamped
'Wason MacDonald,
Mass. Great condition $22
Call 268-2482


A HP-M1170 P4-30Hz
1.5GB media center,
, tune B, remote record
watch cable office 2003
2 DVD drives 17" monitor
$290 OBO 779-7327
TWO KICKER COMP
VR SPEAKERS
'r.|l In custom box
27 1/2"x13" $150.00
Call 334-4932
TWO MTX THUNDER
5500 SPEAKERS
Sw/two MTX 400 watt
amps, custom box
38"x15 1/2" $700.00
Call 334-4932


B. Langston Presents
ARLINGTON
Antique & modern furni-
ture china, porcelain,
pottery, tools. 1430
Grandvlew Dr. (N. off
Lonestar, W. of
Townsend)Frl 9-5/Sat 8-2
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BED A Boa Baa Sleep w/
No Sheep.Qn Pillow $135
top, NEW 674-0405
BED A Bargain $100
New Queen Matt 1
Still In Plastic 307-1765
BED A Beaut Cherry
Sleigh Bed w/Matt $
All New 674-0405
A BUNKBED SET
w/ desk, Seally
mattresses incid, $450.
S Couch $100; Lazyboy
recliners $100 each;
Desk $10. Call Jeff 505-4067
A DINING TABLE AND
CHAIRS; Sony 26 inch
S color TV, Bose 700
series speakers. Best
Offer(like new)-(904)610-4288

KITCHEN TABLE
4 chairs $125.00. Reese
hitch weight dist. bars
$100.00. Draw-tite tow
bar $75.00. 291-2159
A LEATHER LIVING
ROOM SET
4pc $900. 53' Hitachi
Prol. TV $500. Coffee
end tables marble bordered
$250. King size Victorian
style bdrm suite 5pc +
mattress set $500. 4pc patio
set $75. Multiple pictures &
mirrors nego. China cabinet
As-Is $150. Maple bdrm
dresser $75. Small child
dresser $20. Water cooler
$40. Victorian style lamps,
nego. Port AC 6000 BTU $40.
Port floor AC 8500 BTU $100.
27' Hitachi TV $60. Puton
w/extra thick mattress $50.
CALL 904-647-6068
MATTRESS A Queen Set.
Brand New in plastic
$125 Must sell 904-674-0405


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MATTRESS FULL Size
Brand New Must Sell o
Call Darren 307-1765 $90
MATTRESS King Size
Still In Plastic $150
Must sell 307-1765
, MOVING SALE
Oak dinette set-e60;
\ Cherry water
bed(Calif. King) &
dresser; Twin beds; Leave
message: 318-8384
4 SOFA AND
LOVESEAT CHAIR
-t Exc cond $400.00.
Cherry wood queen bet
set- 5pc set, good cond
$400.00. Call Ask for
IMF. G.C.S. (904)529-8263

CHAIR rarely used,
J neutral colors, light
blue & tank weave.
$200.00 885-2011
TABLE AND CHAIRS
Light Oak color table, 6
matching chairs, white
back & legs. Mildly
used. Best offer 269-9626



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Xtra $$$ for the Holidays
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11/24; 8-4; 4838 Astral St
turn, cithg, applls, desk[l

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1549 Montrose Ave E.
ciths, h'hold, collect-
ables, antiques, furn,
auto, tools, fishing, etc.

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This Sot & Sun Have
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CNC CIN 750 V MILL
1996 $22,000. Auto CAM
Grinder $2500. Crank
Shaft Grinder up to D-8
CAT $4000. V Grinder
30" Blanchard $4000.
B. C. Hob A $1200ea.
Call 904-783-4995



WHEELCHAIR
9000 XDT, 22"w, 20"d,
3501b capacity, elevat-
ing leg rests, many
extras, lists $1,471.50
Asking $150.00, like new
781-7076


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SGreat cond $75.00 OBO
\ 619-2417 Cardlo Cruiser
by Body By Joke $50.00
OBO 619-2417

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Books- Supplies
EARTH GIFTS

1951 SEms St(904


GARFIELD GLASS
MUGS- 40 for $25.00
Call 781-7076
& LEATHER FLIGHT
JACKET
tt Brown- Size 38- $100.00
Navy officers sword
$100.00. Turkey cooking pot
w/full fuel tank- $50.00
904-272-7352

SPA HOT SPRINGS
115 volts Hydrolet
pump, fill w/ hose 300
gal, seats 4-6 adults,
use 7/24/365. $600.00 771-0457
A THREE SLATE POOL
TABLE w/queue's $350.
C Paint ball equip $150.
Call 317-9911 James


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EARTH GIFTS

1951 SimsonSt(904)389-3690
Cmwi wSms & SaJum Ave
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141
THE LEGEND OF
ROCK SPEAKERS
Belle KIlpsch full size,
horn loaded, 35.5H
x 30W x 19D walnut
cabinets. Will sacrifice
$1500. Call 904-285-9997



BOYS 16" BMX BIKE
eGolf clubs, baseball &
- .tennis equip.(like new).
Call (904) 610-4288
BUSHMASTER XM15 223
red dot, case, never fired,
$800 firm. Taurus PT
1911 45ACP 3 cases, new
$450 firm. Joe
904-424-4482
FITNESS EQUIPMENT
BLOWOUT - Lifecore &
cybex treadmills & ellip-
ticals. Save Big! 829-0625
GIANT ROAD BIKE
Almost new, low low
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CATALINA CHRYSLER 300'07 - In FORD MUSTANG GT '06 CATLINFA.Ml__.Fl CHRYSLER TOWN &
SAILBOAT '85 Over My Head - HELPI - Low Miles, Extra Clean A rare classic. COUNTRY '03 Low
9.9 Mercury 4strok Need to Ge Rid of This $19,593 904-370-1300 Super low miles. $3,990 FORD EXPEDITION '05 JEEP PATRIOT NISSAN FRONTIER '05 TOYOTA TOYOTA RAV4'02 mies. Takeoveryms
$3,700OBO904-449-4717 C.GeCRodofthcs GMC'on Ready to Drive to '. 07 Only 16K miles. Only $49 down, take over \ 4RUNNER '06 $15,990 - $249/mo $199/mo. Caol 621-7324
9.5 FOUR ,INNS Call Sumo FORD THUNDER- Atlantic 1-888-550-6606 Grandma's House for $17,990 998-0012 pymts. Call for details Low mi, like new. 797-8800
19.5' FOUR WINNS 253-6581 BIRD '02. 25K mi, Thanksgiving Dinner. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE (904)797-4443 $23,890. 998-0012 Lighthouse Toyota
17 Johnson ( CHRYSLER 300 pearl white, hard TOYOTA AVALON XL '04 Call Sumo 253-6581 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE MAZDA MPV '96
outboard, trailer lucid Touring '07. Like top. $24,995. 998-0012 Loaded, auto, Power. MAZAr MPVan.
5,000 Cal 904-613-1326 thou- LEXUS OF AKSONVLLE $17,999. all 314-4113 ' FORD EXPEDI- JEEP WRANGLER Nissan Frontier TOYOTA TACOMA'04nvan
Sands $22,980 998-0012 9 TION 'OS XLT Lthr, UNLIMITED'06. OnlyG X-Cab'02 $9990, TOYOTA 4RUNNER '04 TO YOT ATa s Gwind/locks,g4X4,Cn
BOWRIDER '04 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE HONDA ACCORD EX '02 TOYOTA COROLLA '06 CD, pwr 3rd raw $49 down, ake ver $159/m. 797-8800 Sport. V8, low miles. Db Cab, trailer hitch, dy dri
Only 27 hrs, V6, leather, must sell- very clean, take over seats $20,980 998-0012 pymts. Call for details Lighthouse Toyota $20,999. Call 314-4113 saver! $18,488. 554-5034 $2,500 OBO Call 904-7839165
ANVFM/CD, magic tilt CHRYSLER 300 '05 moving. Take over pyts pyts $189mo wac 403-4413 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE (904)797-4443 Leave Message.
dual axle trailer. Tube & tow Loaded, custom wheels. $199/mo WAC. 403-4413 TOYOTA CAMRYnLEm ' OD EXPORER 4 . P NISSAN o7 TOYOTA HIGH- ,99 TOYOTA TC -A-
tape Included. $23,000. $18,995. Call 695-4236 Rd TOYOTA CAMRY LETT u FORD EXPLORER R T PATHFINDER LE'97 LAN DER '03. $12,990 TACOMA
813-4819 or 287-4635. (7\ HONDA ACCORD Red, super clean, must RXLT 02 $10,8 gold w/ KIA SORRENTO '04 4x4 165k m.,ingood DE '0 90 '96. $6990. 797-8800 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER-
1I- s--m l m-gJ tl EX'06. *V6, weather, go. $17,500. Call 621-7324 tan leather Interior. Korean Car Sold Cheap shape. Must seet $209/mo. 797-8800 Lighthouse Toyota 99 Dependable, metal-
IjSHEARWATER 1 ,LXI V6, leather, all the CD, sunrf, white/ -Exc cond One owner.on Japanese Lot. Sumo Asking $5,000 Call 400-4591 Lighthouse Toyota lic silver, 48K ml, seats
|SHAW T toysI $3,990 ta $20,990. 998-0012 TOYOTA CELICA GT '05 Have all maintenance Priced @ $11,300. Call _______6, 3.3L, $3,500/best
22CC 2007 Coggn Pontiac GMC on LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Auto,power package records. Call 322-7064 Sumo 536581 TOYOTA RAV4 05. Auto, TOYOTA 904-566-6648
YAMAHA 10 Atlantic 1-888-558-6606 $16,999. Call 389-4561.EUSOFJCKONIL NISSAN XTERRA '01 TOYOTA RAY4'05. Auto, TOYOTA TUN-
YAMAHA 150 $16,999. Call 389-461 FORD EXPEDITION Must Sell Quick -Need full power, economical. DRA'07 I-Force.
4 Stroke, DODGE wMAGNUM'l EXON99. 59K miles TOYOTA CAMRY XLT '01. Loaded, low MISTUBISHI Cash - Desperatel $17,488.695-4236 Leather, Nay, XM,
56 gallons, -$239/mo. Call 621-7324 $10,990, $179mo. '02. $13,990, $229/mo. miles. $10,495. 434-3212 ENDEAVOR '04. Cus- Call TODAY 253-6581 9000 m98-00127 7 passenger & priced to
only 30 hour on i'DODGE NEONO e 797 797-8800 797-800 FORD F-S 150 tom wheels, completely -- TOYOTA RAV4 '02 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE sell at $7,990
Only 30 hour On DODGE NEON05 Very Lighthouse Toyota Lighthouse Toyota suPERCRE'0 *03 loaded $15,488. 314-4113 $15,990 $269/mo. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Cosnontac GMCon
the motor. - low ml, take over pyts ----_Ad4X4, fully loaded, -- SCION xB '06.Ato, 797-8800 , Atlantic 1-8889550-606
GPS 498 float on I $189/mo WAC. 403-4413 HONDA ACCORD EX '04 TOYOTA CAMRY , A pow ercackage, oaded. Lighthouse Atlantic 1-888-550606
tr la l r , I Factory Certified. $15,890 1'04. $13,990, $229/mo. w/gray Interior. (17,500 OBO NISSAN ARMADA 4x4'04 $15,995. Call 389-4561 Lighthouse, T Toyo VOLVO XC90o'04
trailer, | *' * ' " 904-370-1300 797-8800 813-4819 or 287-4635 LOADED - Sumo Suzuki -- Lthr, CD, sunroof, TOYOTA SIENNA
5 months old, Affordable Luxury! $3,990 Lighthouse Toyota Priced to Move @ $19,495 TOYOTA TACOMA SR-5 TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR5 only 45,000 miles. '03. $12,990 - $209/mo
lll rn I Atlantic 1-888-55-6606 Certified . Sedan. Like Don't Hesitatel $8,9900Sumo 253-6581 6. Only 20K miles. '06. All premium pkgs. $24,890 998-0012 797-8800
l electronics I FEAtlantic Certf . 904-37 00 TOYOTA COROLLA Dont Hesitate! $8,990 $20,898. 904-370-1300 $29,995. Call 434-3212 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Lighthouse Toyota
trolling motor i FERRARI,07. Not Really 7 Wagon'96. $5990 Coggin Pontiac GMC on4 0 . T . .D|
$42,500 Here But I Got You to HONDA CIVIC '00 Very 797-8800 Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
L 904 282-6548 Look! Call Sumo Suzuki low miles, must sell Lighthouse Toyota FORD F250 Turbo Diesel
l for All Your Auto fast. $5995. Call today TOYOTA MATRIX 4x4 '05. The Sumo Wres-
s lo253-6581s o403-4413 1 ,990,$229/mo. Ber of Trucks - This A
s a b tFORD 500 LTD HONDA CIVIC EX '01 74.$9009 Beast is All The Truckm! !
Leather, CD, fully 4dr sedan, new Lighthouse Toyota 2536581_
equipped. $15,890 t transmission, new FORD F-250 FXR -'07,
30' DIESEL CUTTER 998-0012 tires, 148,000 miles TOYOTA SOLARA SE '03 King Ranch '
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L Sleepsfour41/2tft. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $8,600 Cll 904-449-0070 Very low miles, must ,w/ Nov, diesel, roll lockPAULCUK
Draft hailed out FORD FOCUS -'05, model HONDA CIVIC LX '06 sell fast. $6995. 403P4A13 top, 16k mi, $40k 591-5859 ELMC7" :MI
March'57. Must sell. SES-ZXS, 4dr, hatch- Certified. Sedan, low ml. i TOYOTA SOLARA FORD F3- Day'MERCURY
Cal 272876 L age back, 39k mix Condo, $1S,18 Cal -3o0- TOYOTASOLARA FORD F350 Dually 05 ACURA OF ORANGE PARK LAND ROVER JACKSONVILLE SATURN OF AVENUES
-- ^^ ^^ $9500. Need to get truck -'03. $13,990, $229/mo. Only $49 down, take 1-95 N Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673 1111 Atlantic Blvd 642-1500
^ T YB 241-4582 JAGUAR S TYPE 797-8800 over pymts. Call for 7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600 ABE tlanic v.
I0 . Ead FORD MUSTANG T 05 i � Lke new, Lighthouse Toyota details (904)797-4443 GRER FORD-MERCURY 108 PhilipsHwy.262-7145
Supl i Very fast, too much to mi. $10,99i-0 2 TOYOTA SOLARA Green Cove Springs 264502 AT E
list, take over pyts LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE (9 SLE '06 Convertible XLT, V6, Automatic. ADI JACKSOILLE MIKE FORD A OF OAGLEXUS OF JACKSONVE PARKILLE
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL $268mo WAC. 403-4413 '06. Only 12K miles The Right Onel $9,988 AUDI JACKSOUNVILLE MIKE A R LEXUS OF JACKSONVILL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS JAGUAR S-TYPE '06 $26,990 998-0012 Coggin Pontiac GMC on 460-100 Southsde Blvd 565-400 A 8105 Bleanding Blvd. 779-0071
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES FORD MUSTANG LowAGU mles. $25,748 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Atla4660100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000 At The Avenues 10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000
Sales, Service, Parts (9 GT '06. Only 6K m-i, Low 30miles. $25,748 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
Alachua (386) 46de 23039 Ithr, fully equipped VW PASSAT WAGON FORD RANGER'01 Very 10720 PhilipsHwy. 904-292-3325 SATURN OF REGENCY
1-800-541-6439 $24,980. 998-0012 \ JAGUAR XJ8 '04 GLS '04. #72110A. Very clean, low payments MIKE DAVSDSON FORD
Fre o LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Like new, only sharp & clean. $11,974 $4995. Call 403-4413 BENTLEYOR 0 AT R IKE DAVIDSOGENCY IFOR ID II E Y 8 Atlanic 7
Forest River Lexington 30,000 miles. $27,990 Call 904-370-1300 - BENTLEY - ORLANDO AT REGENCY KOflrMBAUM MMY 86W Atlan Blvd. 72R200
'06 210, 6,700 ml, war- .---.". 998-0012 l. . 895 N. Rnald Reagan Blvd.HIEmu*ziam
rantylooded, camera, flA LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Military and Non Military Hurry, won't last $12,990
towingke new LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Military nd Non MognontacGM Longwood/0dando F 407339-3443 9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060 4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
386-294-1935 JAGUAR XKR S/C Better Service, Atlantic 1-888-550-6606 MIKE SHAD FORD MIKE SHAD FOi SBA A ONLE
MONTANA 5TH WHEEL Con 'OS. Like new KE MIKESADFORD SUBARUOF JACKSONVILLE
36 20064 slides, Island $40,980 998-0012 BetterWarranty, GMC YUKON DENALI BUSH, OF ORANGE PARK io ABld 6145
kitc, frplc, W/D combo, LEXU5 OF JACKSONVILLE Better Vehicles '06 Great Condition. Only TOM BINCOL MERCURY 100 Atlantic Blvd 641-64
many xtrs. 404-353-8859. Mercedes-Benz Equals Driven to the Buffet and TOM BUSH BMW7700Blnding Blvd. 7-3673
TERRY 24 1995 JETTA WAGON GLS Better Prices Grocery Store by Sumo A c Blvd. 725-0911 n700BandingBdd. 777-3736
E '04diesel. 35k Snver/ Suzuki - Need to Sell-tlantBvd 725-0911 700 Blanding Blvd. 777-673
Red t r . con gMt.xHalears. grnturt L 0heLad 0 dd eloauwholesale.com $34,998 Call Sumo 253-6581 6914 Blanding Blvd 777-2500
Reas to roll. Moving$n (904) 662-0726
.... $6,0 OBO. 349-2799. sel ing . 662-0726 MC YUKON XL'3 NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
3 $18,500. 349-2799 S 5.3L, dual A/C, new
Son Select Certified Mcheuns, loaded, '11503 Phillis Hwy 854-4826 LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
otryls Mercedes Benz with IMITSUBISHIleather, Bose speakers, 1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700
approved reedit ECLIPSE 106. Fully $18k 0BO 553-1762 DARBER BUICK COGGINHGMC TRUCKS www.lotusoiacksonville cam
MiniIl Bikedseiequipped. $16,980 - Green Cove Spngs 2644502 S11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
998-0012 GMC YUKON '05 Green Cove Spngs 264-4502 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 A 9992 CITY SUZUKI
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Leather, CD, fully BICK 9AaBlv 724-2310
ARTIC CAT (50) 2002 E320 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE CADILLAC equipped wht/tan. KEY BUICK GARBER GMC TRUCKS 10585AtlanticBlvd. 998-7111
4-WHEELER. Wagon __ MITSUBISHI ESCALADE'04 t.20,980 998-0012 4660Southside Blvd. 642-6060
EXCELLENT CON- Stock #u12282 ECLIPSE '07 $17,990 Fully equip, only LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Green Cove Springs 264-4502 TOM BUSH MAZDA www.cityautomotive.com
DITION AND RUNS kbb price 25,305 $299/mo. 797-8800 30,000 miles. $26,890 a
GREAT. CALL FOR valuepricedot Lighthouse Toyota 998-0012 GMC YUKON 4O L.SJl s 9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 _TY
MOREA INFO va $19,959au prl hAN T .t LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE X O DANALI '07. Black n d70COIt lt 2 8 T I*
$1000(904) 219-149 2003 E320 tint, super clean, take ' ' ' 2 DVD's upgraded 4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111� . 6916Bndng Blvd. 77960 ARLINGTON TOYOTA
HARLEY DAVIDSON- '06 Sover pyts as low as Best buy in town $11,990 chrome wheels. $44,990 11003Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
fttaRLextras 3K ml 0B edan $269/mo. Call 621-7324 Coggin Pontiac GMC on 998-0012 11Aa5-anticB TOYOTA
cherry$17,500 276-0999 Stocok#u12301 Atlantic 1-888-55-6606 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE NIMNICHT CADILLAC COGGIN HONDA 2
111111311g. MRP $49,875 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5 '05 , -: 7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
VRSAW Vale riced at Sup1,9diesel, leather, DANAite PARKER CADILAC OF ST. AUGUSTINE INC. COGGIN TOYOTA. AVENUES
S1800 ml, black, extra $19,959 Cl - loaded, only 78K miles rE BRUMOS T A INC
Harley tarts on bike, Coggin Pontiac GMC on & tan, Navigation, 2898 U.S. H 1 S. -00-458-1689
ext. warranty, asking $15,800 2005 C230 NISSAN ALTIMA GXE Atlantic 1-888-55-6606 DVD, chrome wheels. 375 Betz Outlet Blvd. (904)824-9181 U 10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080 10564 Philps Hwy. 262-8
269-2004Sort Sedan '01. 41,000 miles, super $45,990 998-0012w s 7zeB 1&048HONDAI98 ___LH11ti d 71
HARLEY DAVIDSON- Stock# u12210 clean. 695-4326 Chevy Avalanche LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 1325CassatAve. 899-1 KEITPIERSOTOYTA
Ultra classic '06, Orig. MSRP $34,930 NISSAN MAXIMA G '03. $14,990- $249/mo. 79I80 H.D.-99,2RoadKing,9ETH PIERSON TOYOTA
tumn Haze & vvid Value priced at 07 3.5, fully Lighthouse Toyota m $11,500 Black '01 COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES LOU SOBH HONDA TOM BUSH MINI 6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100
black only 900 mimint $23,959 equipped. $21,890 HertageClassic, drk 10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777 OF THE AVENUES 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
$2nd clear title only 998-0012 CHEVY S10 4x4 X-Cab '02 Road King, Electroglide, ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
$22,000 954-905-8540 2005 C240 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Low miles, take over black, loaded w/Na, CREST CHEVROLET 11 PhillsHwy. 370-1300 ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
HAR TNISSAN MAXIMA ts /m. Must go! $19k. Call 591-5859 8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880 LUCASHONDA OF JAX 1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561
GLIDE '06 Navigation. Stock"96. $6990 7 Col-0403-4413821rnd
ext00..a accessories Kbb $28,300 Lighthouse Toyota CHEVY 510 '02 4x4. down, take over pymts. GARBER CHEVY 7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277
MABSCHE45@y ah .com aor Value priced at $119/mo. Call 621-7324 Call for details 797-4443 Green Cove Springs 264-4502 NAIJY HONDA 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
HON_ VT00 $26,9590 7.8 BHrlon CHEVY SILVERADO '05 HONDA CRV '03 4x4, ORDON CHEV 178 A a connector www.citautomotve.com W OF ORANGE PAK
, HONDA VT1100 200 G0 - -h on mi Only $49 down, take over fully loaded, low miles. GORDON CV 178AltarnaConnector ITutte VW OF ORANGE PARK
Outu t l, 5 Sthecooic pymts. Call for details nly $189/mo. 621-7324 1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200 Brunswick, GA 877-933-1833 CITY MITSU41 Wells Road 269-23
beautiful paint tab, kbbprice $37,980, impact of the mili- (904)797-4443 1481WellsRoad 269-2603
many extras, $65000 value priced at $ H $1 JERRY HAMM CHEVwE.
28 1 -0 s $34,959' ka l 8in VERADO '04 SLT 797-8800 2600 Philips Hwy 398-3036 7505 Blanding Bvd. 779-100 TOMBUSHVW
KAWASAKI 1500 VUL- Florida and only 30,000 miles, Lighthouse Toyota HhUNDA v
CAN - '95, garage kept, 2004 CLK55s oria ,o y PINEVIEW CHEVROLET www.cautomotive.com 9850 AtlantiC Bd. 725-0911
6K miles, a steal at ab t SoutheastGeorgi. 4x4, tonneau cover c c 725911
$4000. 904-260-7953 Cabriolet S s ia $20,980 $998-0012 HONDA CRV LX'06 Macdenny 2596117 f GE PARK
SStock# u2289 Advertise in LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Certified SUV. 1 owner 7259-6117
SUZUKI LTZ400 '06 Value priced at . $18,848. 904-370-1300 7600 Blanding Blvd, 899-0900 norI M] M
2WD,garae kept, first $37959Ride HONDA DGELN06 GEORGE MOORE CHEV KEY HYUNDAI COGGIN SSAN-ATLATIC PROFESSIONAL
serv284-2de,514-4381 2005 CLK320 publications coggin Pontiac GMC on Loaded, super clean. I 711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282 46 t 6-6 i lald 647 PROFESSIONAL
284-5258/ TRIUMPH SPE514-4381 CabK32olet distributed at Atlantic 1-888-550-6606 Can Arrange Financing 4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060 10600 Atlantic Blvd 642-7900
TRIPEED05 StollS A For Just About Every- NIMNICHTCHEV10UTOaLEASING70
TRIPLE Sto 123the local bases CHEVY SUBURBAN 200one!! Call Sumo 253-6581 50Ca 01 COGGINNISSAN-AVENUES AUTO LEASING
7k ml, showroom cond. Kbb $44,26a '98. Hunting truck, 4dr, 1550 CassatAve. 387-4041 IIINNlllAVdE
Must see, Asking $6,200 Value priced at in the area. auto. $4995. 554-5034 ( HONDA RIDGEL- ATLANTIC IFINITI 10859 Phili H 880-3000 10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694
SCall John 904-594-5931 $38,59 To advertise CHEVY TAHOE Z71 '04 06. Lthr, ATLANTIC INFINITI
YAMAHA V-MAX '00 $38,959 To advertise CHEVY HO 04 CD, sunroof $23,980 10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200JAX
custYm motorcycle, 2004 CLK'0P aCompletely Loaded. 998-0012 108At-icBv. 1
many extras, $5,.50 0 Clease call $17,995. Call 389-4561 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEIC CHRYS 1810 assatAve. 389-321
OBO pictures at CabrioletLATLANVIC8CHRYSL9R
tomtwardzlk@msn.com Stock# 25734a 904-3594336, CHEVY TAHOE '98 (7 HONDA RIDGEL- 2330 US1 South 354-4421 PARKER NISSAN
571-1288/289-4307 Must Sell! Kbb $42,550 4x4. 80K mi. $9990, INE '07 RTL. Sun- CITY ISUZU
Rare designo mocha Fax 904-366 6230. $1 59/ma 797-8800 rtuCARUSO CHRYSLER CITYIS2755 US 1 OL, S 794990 BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
value priced at Lighthouse Toyota only 15,000 miles. $27,890 1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111 MIKE SHAD NISSA OF OP
. $39,959 998-00129 7 iCRM IKE! 11 A N OF OP wwwibeachblvdAutOm OTIve.oom
200 iNISSAN SENTRA 06 Only .DODGE DURANGO SLT LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE FRANK GRIFFIN www.cyautmotve.com 1565WellsRd. 269-9400 eac datom 11
2005 CLK 320 $49 down, take over pyts '98 4x4, 3rd seat, low m' 169 0 3BeachBlvd. 724-3511
FORD COUPE -'32, Cabriolet Call for details 797-4443 Ithr, whIs, moving. KelV HUMMER H3 '07 - This
Fiberglass, 350 Cevy Stock #u123-1 blue book Is $6980, must Truck is ALL the WOW! - Chrysler of Orange Park
engine, hotrodcustom MR$,410 NISSAN SENTRA sell ast4995. 403-413 ICan Help With Financ- 1515 WellsRd. 29-1033 BRUMOSMOTORCARS
built 40k 591-5859 Value priced at Very clean, low miles, g - Call Sumo 253-6581 JAGUAR JACKSONVILLE COGGINPONTIACGMC
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Automobiles Coggin Pontiac GMC on 11211 Atlantic Blvd 64 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
2007 R350 NISSAN SENTRA -'98. Atlantic 1-888-550-6606 equippedn28,998 Green ove Spnngs 264-2416 A A 10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
'. ACURA RL nS Stwck #J57ut a0$2400c1d ac4221AT,200 3 MP DODGE RAM 1500 998-0012 MIKE SHADoniw=1:GARBER PONTIAC
Nov, CD, like new Just 400 miles $2-'05. Hemi, 4dr, like LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
$32,680 998-0012 Kbb $46,580. new $16,990 998-0012 OF JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER JEEP ATLANTIC JEEP Green CoveSprings 264-4502 Lexus of Jacksonville
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Value priced at Over 35mpg. Looking for LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE HYUNDAI SANTE FE 2330 US1South 354-4421 NAEYPONTIAC-GMC
$43,959 responsible party to LSE '05. 19K miles. Pro-OwnedeCenter
SACURA RL '04. $4,95ssume pyts of $197/mo DODGE RAM 1500 14197. -7-130 1736 CassatAve. 389-7792 CARUSO JEEP 178 AltamaConnector Pre-Owned Center
Na, CD sunroof, 2004 500 CoggnAtlaPontiac 06MC '01. $8990, $139/m UUTROOPER RICKKEFFER 1750 Soutside Blvd. 725-7300 Brunswick, GA 877-933-1833 10384Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
l 9 ,9801Stock #u12338 A i 8 -797-8800 '97. $4,990 797-8800 1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 Brunswick, GA
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Kbb $0,490 OLDS INTRIGUE E, '9 Lighthouse Toyota Lighthouse Toyota 1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. FRANK GRIFFIN NIMNICHT PONTIAC - GMC
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Value priced at runs great, cold ac. snrf , . . .. . .... . .. Tyt1-800-228-7454 ' Tom Bush BMW
ACURA TL'06 Bk/ $43,959 $2200422-1200 Fantastic Savngsl $4,99 JEEP GRAND Jeep f Orange Park 11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826
$27,980 998-0012 2004 SL500 PONTIAC G6 '06 Only $49 Coggin Pontiac GMC on CHEROKEE15159910 Atc Bd. 371-4381
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Stock #u12313 down, take over pyts Atlantic 1-888-550-6606 Overland$11,990. 904. Fully J .OlKH O 1515 Wells Rd. 389-77921033
like new $36,980 998-0012 Orig.MRP $66,725 $229/mo. Call 621-7324 (904)797equip$19,84443 (904)797-4443 012 TRCK
bLEXUSb $64,07 Call for details . . LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ATLANTIC DODGE MIKE S A 877-933-1833EEP
( ACURA TSX '0 $51,959 d at PONTIAC VBE 06 Only Eddie B . gs 2642416 RICKKEFFE. Carry the 2330 R ROLUS South 354-4421 ORLANO







Premumkfully $51_9S9 _1-95 E29, Fem_244 YCRE___________ BCARUS RCTR
998-0012 2007GL4$51,959 $49 down, take family32225n style. $14,990 JEP GRAND CER- D LAMBORGHINI CAATORLADO 7999 9875 Atandilantic Bng Blvdlvd Jax371-4877
Cl$2p9lOfo9r8.00 2 2006CLS500 ditaickl overtomsh Coggn Pontiac GMC on KEE LAREDO '03. Only JACK 1 ssA 3
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 2007 CLK440 Call for detail97AR 44COMMU43 Atlantic 1888-55ATI0-6606 $1,990. 904-370-30 1736 assat Ave. 389-7792
3.2 Quattro '06. Bright Red, 382HP. 5spd, super clean in/out, Only $49 down, take over $49 down, take over 10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600 233 East State St. 38491
Lthr, CD, sunroof, Stock #u12317 A must see and drive. pymts. Call for details pymts. Call for details 178 Altarna Connector
like new $36,980 998-0012 Orig. MSRP $66i,725 $229/mo. Call 621-7324 (904)797-4443 (904)797-4443 BER DODGE TRUCK Brunswick, GA 877-933-1833
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Klbb $91,200 ADVERTISING
$8,lue pric959 ed at RULES 1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above
S 2008 S63 MG personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air requirements will be billed.The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
200 Stock 6325901aMG Please fill out Station, Jacksonville. 7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
Rare Black on Black this form in 2. Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by the publisher to help 366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
BAD CREDIT' Value priced at black or blue ink. qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as 8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
No CREDIT? $129,959 r ue ink. sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage original form.
No0 wCRDIT sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Select the number of weeks ad is to run: C 1 wk D 2 wks Q 3 wks L 4 wks
I CAN HELP! We have over 80 j DEADLI ANIMAL OR PET ADS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF THE ANIMALS ARE OFFERED
Call Cliff Schwake hand picked DEAD .LINE FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News.
Nimnkli Pontiac-GMC Mercedes-Benz BE LIMITED TO ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED NOTE: (1) This form must be clipped (not torn) along the outside border. (2) No more than
11503 Philps Hwy pre-ownedto JA AIR INDDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR OFFICIALLY one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two free ads per family, per
904-674-0268 choose from REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE- week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.
( - CHEVY COR- * Car Fax proudly NEW S MENTS IN THE BODY OF THE AD - OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED.
VETTE '06 Z06 displayed on 3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written Category:
edblk, Nay fully all vehicles independent of other information contained on this form.
equp. $63,980 998-0012 all vehicles
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE s M. o . 4..Ads received after the above time will run in the following week's issue.
CHEVY PICKUP SSR '06 Jc so l' Noon 5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Bldg.
loaded 12,900 ml, $39,200 1, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News, One
or pay off. ca '278-625' MOnday Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202 2
- for Infof . Cll27-6JsasBOne Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202
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