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Vinci takes NMSC helm


By MC2 Daniel Gay
Staff Writer


Command of Navy Medicine
Support Command (NMSC)
changed leaders Nov. 16 when
Rear Adm. Richard Vinci relieved
Rear Adm. Carol Turner during a
change of command ceremony at
NAS Jacksonville.
Turner held command over NMSC
since it was established in November
2005. ,This makes Vinci the second
leader to take control of the NMSC
mission. "NMSC is relatively new
to Navy medicine," said Vinci. "We

The Giving Tree

tradition starts

at NAS Jax

By MC2 (AW/NAC) Kaitlyn Patterson
Assistant Editor

T he NAS Jacksonville Navy
'; Exchange (NEX) began a new
. Christmas tradition this year
with the "Giving Tree."
On Nov. 19, the NEX held a cer-
emony in the courtyard to light the
Giving Tree. Children from the
NAS Jax Child Development Center
(CDC) made ornaments to decorate
the tree and sang Christmas songs at
the ceremony. They also helped NAS
Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack
Scorby Jr. count down to the lighting
of the tree. Santa also showed up to
give the children a treat for all their
hard work.
"It's so good to see you and what
you're doing for the kids who are
less fortunate. This is really great,"
Scorby told the children.
The Giving Tree is a community
outreach program for NAS Jax that
helps bring Christmas cheer to fami-
lies that need a little help this holiday
season. On the back of each hand-
made ornament is information on a
child that needs a little extra gift this
year.
The ornament has the child's sex,
age, clothing size and maybe a special
toy if requested. NEX customers can
pick an ornament off the tree, register
their name at Personalized Services
inside the NEX and purchase or make
gifts for the child.
The gift should then be returned,
unwrapped, within seven days to
Personalized Services. The dead-
line for gifts is Dec. 15. The USO will
wrap the gifts and deliver them to the


regionalized our hospitals and now
we regionalized the support function
and I'm just as proud as can be to be
the second commander of this unit."
This was the first change of com-
mand for NMSC and it also marked
the first time since the 1980's that
two active duty admirals have been
based at NAS Jacksonville. Turner
had commanded NMSC from her
previous flag command headquar-
ters in Bethesda, Md. NMSC may
have its headquarters based at NAS
Jacksonville but its mission is global.
"The five components that make
up NMSC - logistics, research, train-


ing and education, public health and
information technology are located
across the entire world," said Vinci.
After the ceremony, NMSC also held
a retirement ceremony for Turner.
Turner gave a warm speech as she
admitted that for her it was time to
move on from the Navy.-
After the speech, Turner removed
her sword and presented it to her hus-
band symbolizing that her fight was
complete.
The 'NMSC headquarters remains
at NAS Ja'cksonville and is ready and
willing to perform their mission under
their new command.


Photos by MC2(AW/NAC) Kaitlyn Patterson
The children from the NAS Jax Child Development Center sing Christmas carols
at the lighting of the "Giving Tree" in the courtyard of NAS Jacksonville Navy
Exchange Nov. 19.


NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt.
Jack Scorby Jr. pulls a decoration off
the "Giving Tree" in the Navy Exchange
courtyard Nov. 19 after the tree lighting
ceremony. On the back of each decora-
tion is information about an NAS Jax
child that needs a Christmas present
this year.
families Dec.17.
NEX General Manager Steve Foster


helped start this program after seeing
a similar one at NS Mayport when he
worked at the exchange there. "It's a
great thing to be able to help someone
during the holiday season," Foster
said. "Plus, it gets the kids involved."
NEX Service Operation Manager
Pat Schaaf assisted Foster with start-
ing the Giving Tree at NAS Jax.
"The Giving Tree is a special com-
munity project that we're doing here
to help families on our base that may
need the extra help that we all some-
times need." The goal of Schaaf and
Foster was to get NAS Jax stream-
lined with NS Mayport in helping the
community during the holiday season.
The USO worked with base com-
mand master chiefs to put togeth-
er a list of Sailors who had children
that would benefit from having their
names on the Giving Tree. All names
are confidential.
For more information on how to
help a NAS Jax child this Christmas,
visit the Navy Exchange or contact
the USO.


Rear Adm. Richard
Vinci (left), Chief
of the Navy Dental
Corps, prepares to
assume command
of Navy Medicine
Support Command
from Rear Adm.
Carol Turner dur-
ing the Nov. 16
combined change
of command and
retirement cer-
emony held at NAS
Jacksonville. Turner
retired after more
than 30 years of
service. Naval
Hospital Jacksonville
Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.)
R. A. Ortiz (center)
was the chaplain for
the ceremony.


TO UCHINTG Special program coming up Flu shots available
ITOUC ING The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Observance will be held Jan. 16 at Naval Hospital Jacksonville is offering flu shots to eligible beneficiaries at
B A S noon at the base chapel. The guest speaker will be Nathan Thomas of the the NAS Jax Navy Exchange tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and at the
Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute. Music will be provided by Child Development Center from 3-5 p.m. Proper ID is required and parents
the Florida Masonic Men's Choir. must be present at the CDC. Other dates will be advertised in the Jax Air
B A S E For more information, call YN1 (SW) Dana Axson at 542-2486, Ext. 123. News next week.
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New career program

for military spouses

offered at NAS Jax

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor

NAS Jacksonville has been chosen as a test
site to initiate a new training program to
benefit military spouses. NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. was on
hand to help launch this new program, called the
Military Spouse Career Advancement Initiative at a
Pentagon Press Event last week. During the launch-
ing ceremony, valuable information was provided
about the new program for military spouses.
"NAS Jacksonville is very fortunate to be selected
as one of only 18 military installations throughout
the world to be a test site for the new Military Spouse
Career Advancement Initiative, which is a joint ini-
tiative between the Department of Defense and the
Department of Labor," said Scorby. "This is a fantastic
opportunity for our military spouses to receive fund-
ing that will make it possible for eligible candidates
to receive career advancement accounts in the amount
of $3,000 for one year, and renewable a second year
for an additional $3,000. The money can be used to
pay for expenses related to postsecondary education
and training to include tuition, books, equipment, and
credentialing and licensing fees in nationally identi-
fied high-growth, portable career fields such as educa-
tion, health care, information technology, construction
trades and financial services."
The program was created by the U.S. Departments
of Defense and Labor to help spouses begin and con-
tinue to advance in a career field which can sometimes
be challenging due to the frequent moves required of
military families. "Our military spouses have a his-
toric unemployment rate that is three times higher
than that of their civilian counterparts, while nearly
77 percent of them report that they want or need to
work," Scorby continued. "This program will be a
great start in closing that unemployment gap."

See NEW PROGRAM, Page 12



St. Augustine rolls out red

carpet for military, families

From the USO "_

The USO and city of St. Augustine will honor
members of the military and their families
with free admission to attractions, trolley-
rides, parking and lunch during the 5011 annual Pal
day Saturday.
Members of the Elks Lodge #829 will cook and
serve lunch, sponsored by the United way of St. Johns \
County and children will receive goodie bags provided
by the Daughters of the Confederacy.
"This year marks a half-century of paying tribute
to our men and women of the armed services through
Pal Day," said K. C. McCarthy, Greater Jacksonville
Area USO executive director. "Through this unwaver-
ing commitment our total community recognizes the
dedication and sacrifice the military and their families
make for the safety of our nation."
Armed forces personnel and their families can pick
up free Pal Day tickets by stopping by the NAS Jax
and NS Mayport USO or the USO Welcome Center
at Jacksonville International Airport. A limited num-
ber of tickets also will be available at the Visitor
Information Center on the day of the event.
Contributing businesses include the Authentic
Old Jail, Castillo de San Marcos and St. Matanzas,
Colonial Spanish Quarter Village, Florida Heritage
Museum, Government House, Museum-Cathedral
Place, Lightner Museum, Marineland of Florida,
Mission of Numbre de Dios, Museum of Weapons
and American History, Old Florida Museum, Old St.
Augustine Village, Old Town Trolley Tours, Oldest
House Museum, Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse, Ponce
de Leon's Fountain of Youth, Potter's Wax Museum,
Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum, Alligator Farm,
Lighthouse & Museum, Sightseeing Trains, and
Spanish Military Hospital Museum.


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2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 29, 2007


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Today's mothers have too much time
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Ry Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
've recently failed at a basic, even
if it is relatively new, task of
motherhood: after-game snacks.
.4nd I blame time--specifically having
to much of it..
--If you have a son or daughter
APIvolved in youth sports, you already
aow the pressure. After register-
v g your child for. a team, spending
M. eir .college savings on a uniform,
equipment, and the obligatory parent
T-Shirt that reads "I'm [your child's
name here's Mom," the next thing
you're asked to do is sign up for snack
duty.
Yes, after your child has done an
incredibly healthy thing such as run
around a soccer field for an hour, he
or she is apparently then entitled to a
snack and drink as a reward. When I
was a kid, "snack and drink" amount-
ed to sliced oranges and cold water
dispensed out of a large cooler and
with paper cups that disintegrated in
your hand after the sides collapsed on
themselves.
Today, "snack and drink" means
'cupcakes, full-size bottles of Gatorade,
fudge-striped cookies, Doritoes, Sprite
and sometimes, ice cream. Mothers
have even been known to bring cel-
lophane bags filled with candy, much
like the goody bags children receive at
a birthday party.
The tone (which is to say, the expec-
tation) for snack duty is usually set
by whatever the first mother on the
list brings. Unfortunately, the first
mother on the list is almost always
the team mom or someone else more
organized than me to have come up
with a list in the first place.
This mother is, by default, apt to
bring something fantastic for the


after-game snack. (Although I'd be
willing to bet it won't be sliced orang-
es, a cooler of water, and cheap paper;.
cups.) What this means for you, the,:
further-down-the-list mother, is thati,
you will be looked upon -with disgust,
pity, and threats of Child Protective
Services if when it is your turn for
snack duty, you bring raisins and bot-
tles of water. Trust me.
"They've just played soccer for an
hour, and she brings the raisins," the
other mothers (the ones who brought
homemade cupcakes) will think.
I'm sorry, but I'm doing good just
to get my kids to the game on time (if
their shoes are tied, that's a bonus); I
wouldn't even know how to transport
cupcakes without smashing them, and
I certainly don't know how to bring
ice cream and keep it frozen. But real-
ly, why do these kids.need cookies,
cupcakes and ice cream just because
they've played a game? What hap-
pened to tousling their hair and say-
ing, "Good job, son. Now go take out
the trash."
At a time when our society is
obsessed with the health and diets
of children, when we are told that an
outstanding amount of children suf-
fer from Diabetes and obesity, I'm
surprised that no one is talking about
this after-game snack phenomenon.
Which isn't to say that I don't have
a theory as to why we aren't talking
about it, because I always have theo-
ries. My theory for this has to do with
time. Not a lack of time, but too much
of it.
Do you realize that today mothers
actually have more time than ever
before? Think about all the ways in
which our lives have become eas-
ier: dishwashers, fast food, micro-
waves, disposable diapers, washing
machines. Time that my grandmother


spent hanging up cloth diapers is now
spent out-performing other mothers
with after-game snacks. I can't help
but think this isn't a good thing. The
out-performing each other part, at
least.
We simply have too much time
today. We have time to worry about
every sniffle and every statistic. We
even have time to read and reread
books, about every developmental
stage. "I didn't know about all these
goofy things when I was raising kids,"
my 87-year old grandmother, Doris,
is known to say. "I was just doing
the best I could." Doris was a young
mother like me in the post-World War
II era.
Unlike me, she had very little time
to worry about after-game snacks, or
even sports, and certainly she didn't
have time to worry about the devel-
opmental aspects of youth sports. My
uncle and mom were playing kick-
ball in the front yard while she hung
clothes out to dry in the back.
I'm tempted to say my grandmoth-
er's way is the better way. I'm also
tempted to take a stand against after-
game snacks at tee-ball this spring.
Yet, come to think of it, baking cup-
cakes for the soccer team might be
annoying, but it sure beats the heck
out of cleaning dirty cloth diapers and
staying home all day to make meat-
loaf and wax the floors. Especially if
no other mothers have to see my dirty
floors and comment about how clean,
theirs are.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for ,-
comments at www.sarahsmiley.
com.


HEY MONEYMAN!


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- The first woman journalist to ride in a Navy jet is strapped in Nov. 21, 1956 at NAS Jacksonville.


Hey MonevMan!
My husband is a first
class petty officer and we
have three children, ages
6, 4, and 3. We would like
for our kids to go to college,
but I am not sure we can
afford it.
I recently read some-
thing about college prepaid
tuition programs. Are they
a good investment and how
do they work?
MonevMan Sez:
College tuition costs are
rising between five and
seven percent per year and
at this rate, they will dou-
ble by the time your oldest
child is ready to start col-
lege.
Today the average cost of
attending a public college is
around $12,000 per year, so
you can plan on spending at
least $25,000 per year for
each of your three children
to go to a public college or
university.
Community colleges
remain a bargain, but
education is never going
to be inexpensive. Derek
Bol, a former president of
Harvard, once observed,
"If you think education is
expensive, try ignorance."
He is right!
Today getting a college
degree is as necessary as
a high school diploma was
a generation ago. College

Volunteers


J oin the City of Jacksonville as they provide a holiday
meal and entertainment for approximately 3,000
senior citizens .at the Prime Osborn III Convention
Center during the Mayor's Holiday Festivajl for Senior
Citizens Dec. 1. i
Volunteers will assist with set-up, decorations, act as
greeters and ushers, serve meals and clean up' Volunteers
will receive complementary parking, a JaxC6rps T-shirt,
drinks and snacks.
Volunteers can sign up online at www.coj.net.
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SUNDAY


SIyRVIS


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.





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NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer...............Capt. Jack Scorby Jr.
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer........................Capt. Steve Holmes
Command Master Chief..............................CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer........................................................ Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer...................................... Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor................................................................... .... Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor...................................MC2(AW/NAC) Kaitlyn Patterson
Staff W riter...................................................;...........QM2 Nicole Beatty
Design/Layout................................................................. George Atchley
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official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department
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saving plans and prepaid
tuition plans, also known
as 529 plans, are worth
considering for most folks.
Of course they vary from
state to state but, in gen-
eral, they are a "pay now,
go later" option. What hap-
pens if 'they all decide not
to go to college, or they get
free scholarships to go to
school?
Most states allow you to
pass the credits from one
child to the next or to use
them yourself. If no one
uses them, you will get your
cash back and maybe one to
two percent interest.
I recommend that you
check the plans in the
states you think your chil-
dren will go to college and
read the fine print to deter-
mire if there are also tax
advantages. I believe that
these plans are, in general,
a good idea if you can afford
them. Not sure you will
find a better return on your
investment than education
for your children!
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.

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SH 1 CRAIG WALLACE
Job title/command:
Supply Department - CBH

S Hometown: Ne\% Orleans

Family Life: Married %\ith
't.o kids.

Past Duty Stations: uss Anzio ICG-68)

Career Plans: To make master chief.

Most Interesting Experience: Life
itself.

Words of Wisdom: Stand still and see the
wonderous works of the Lord!


AMANDA LEECH
Job title/command:
Navy and Marine Corps Relief
- Society Caseworker


Hometown: San Antonio


Family Life: Married to a heli-
copter pilot. We have t\\o daughters.

Past Duty Stations: South Bend. Ind.

Career Plans: To continue volunteerr work.

Most Interesting Experience: Owning a
NMoluccan cockatoo.

Words of Wisdom: Live every day as it were
Sour last.





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Enterprise Strike Group an


example of CNO's Maritime Strategy


By MC2 Joseph Wax
USS Enterprise Public Affairs/Fleet
Public Affairs Center Atlantic
C hief of Naval
Operations
(CNO) Adm. Gary
Roughead, along with the
Commandant of the Marine
Corps, Gen. James Conway
and Commandant of the
Coast Guard, Adm. Thad
Allen released a joint mari-
time strategy Oct 17. As
the strategy was released,
Enterprise Strike Group
was executing it while for-
ward deployed in the 5th
Fleet area of operations.
The strategy stresses the
importance of the Navy's
core capabilities of forward
presence, deterrence; sea
control and power projec-
tion. Enterprise Strike
Group assets are currently
deployed throughout the
Eastern Hemisphere in the
performance of those mis-
sions.
S"We are support-
ipig Operation Enduring
Freedom (OEF) today," said
Rear Adm. Dan Holloway,
commander, Carrier Strike
Group (CCSG) 12. "We are
conducting an antisubma-
mne exercise at the coali-
tion, multi-national level
gnd we are supporting mar-
itime security operations
right now while conducting
dounter-piracy operations."
USS Enterprise ,(CVN
65) and embarked Carrier
Air Wing (CVW) 1 recent-
ly showed the flexibility
implicit in the CNO's mari-
time strategy when it shift-
ed from the North Arabian
Gulf and missions in sup-
port of Operation Iraqi
Freedom (OIF) to the North
Arabian Sea and OEF with-
in hours.
"The primary reason
we shifted from OIF to
OEF was the OEF com-


Photo by MC3 Octavio Ortiz
AMAN Jason McCafffrey conducts a turn around check on an
engine of a SH-60H Seahawk, attached to the "Dragonslayers"
of HS-11, on board the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier
USS Enterprise (CVN 65) Nov. 11. Enterprise and embarked
Carrier Air Wing 1 are underway on a scheduled deployment
in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and maritime
security operations.


mander needed our sor-
ties to support the troops
on the ground with close
air support for the effort
in Afghanistan," said
Holloway.
Operating in a different
part of the world only days
apart can present many
challenges. "Many of the
missions in OEF are the
same types of missions as
OIF, but the bottom line
is we have a different geo-
graphic area," said Capt.
Mark Wralstad. command-
er, CVW-1. "We have to
study the area. study what


units we are supporting and
figure out who we are talk-
ing to as far as command
and control. We had very
little notice that we were
going to move. It demon-
strates our flexibility - that
we can pick up from one
spot in the world and go to
another part of the world to
pick up operations at a very
fast clip."
Enterprise Strike Group
isn't just involved in combat
operations. One of its units,
USS Forrest Sherman
(DDG 98), is in the middle
of a journey around the


continent of Africa, working
to foster relationships with
other nations and coalition
forces.
"Forrest Sherman is basi-
cally doing a circumnaviga-
tion of Africa," said Capt.
Ralph Tindal, command-
er, Destroyer Squadron
(CDS) 2. "They have made
port visits and done a lot
of theater security opera-
tions with local African
nations along the East
Coast, Southern Coast and
in Western Africa. This is
part of the theater security
cooperation initiative. They
are working primarily with
6th Fleet to strengthen ties
with these local nations to
show American intent and
interest in what is going on
there."
Destroyers in the
Enterprise Strike Group
are also involved in coun-
ter-piracy missions off the
coast of Africa.
"Antipiracy in this the-
ater focuses on two different
regions," said Tindal. "One
is the Central and Southern
Arabian Gulf where it's
sort of considered low-level
piracy, sometimes termed
thuggery, where vessels
innocently, fishing or mov-
ing commerce are harassed
and robbed. There is also a
higher level of piracy that
is more prevalent along
the Horn of Africa where
Somalian pirates are cap-
turing large ships and hold-
ing them for ransom."
Ships from the Enterprise
Strike Group are patrolling
these areas and assisting
mariners in distress when-
ever possible.
Recently. the strike group
also completed an anti-
submarine warfare (ASW)
exercise.

Sep ENTERPRISE. Page 1'


Explaining the difference

between official

and unofficial mail

From FISC Jax

Appropriated funds may be used only for offi-
cial mail relating solely to the business of the
United States government.
Here are some guidelines to assist commands with
postal dos and don't during the upcoming holiday
season:
1. Holiday greetings in newsletters or Christmas
cards must not exceed 20 percent of the printed space
per Department of Defense (DoD) Instruction 4525.8-
M, C1.3.12. Examples of don't are:
* Christmas card with safety information on the
back was received last year: The greeting was more
than 20 percent of the printed material.
* Newsletter/flyer with invitation to a party cover-
ing 80 percent of the mailing.
The following types of mailings cannot be metered
and will be returned to the initiator:
2. DoD 4525.8-M, C1.4.6c- Invitations to social
functions to satisfy personal obligations, even if they
are the result of an official position. For example,
Christmas parties and receptions hosted by senior
commanders are not official business. Appropriated
fund postage shall not be used to mail invitations to
these functions.
3. DoD 4525.8-M, C 1.4.9 - Personal mail, holiday and
birthday greetings, unofficial retirement announce-
ments and similar material.
4. DoD 4525.8-M. C1.4.19 - Mailing matter donated
by individuals for donation to other individuals or
charitable organizations. Sending care packages to
our military during the holiday season is a great idea
but you must also collect money to pay the postage.
A simple rule of thumb is "If you purchase it with
government funds you can mail it with government
funds."
For more information, contact the NAS Jax official
mail manager Ida Smith by email at ida.smith@navy.
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 29, 2007


You can't
By MC2 Ron Kuzlik,
Naval Media Center
Physical fitness is but one com-
ponent of total fitness. Some
others are weight control, diet
and nutrition, stress management,
spiritual and ethical fitness and den-
tal health.
"You can't fight if you can't bite."
It might sound like some old, worn-
out slogan. Actually, it dates back to
the Revolutionary War when rifle-
men had to use their teeth to rip open
packets of gunpowder when loading
their muskets. If the rifleman's teeth
were damaged, missing or otherwise
impaired, it would prevent him from
being able to properly load and fire
his musket.
During the first Gulf War rough-
ly 35 to 40 percent of all National
Guard and Reserve Component (RC)
Soldiers, Sailors and Airman mobi-
lized to the gulf needed dental work
before they could be ready to deploy
outside the continental United States
(OUTCONUS).
Coupled with the fact that dental
emergencies can account for 10 to 20
percent of the total casualties in a
given operation led the Department of
Defense to mandate that 95 percent of
Armed Forces personnel must be in a
dental ready-to-deploy status.
Since dental readiness continues
to be an important measure of mobi-
lization readiness, the Department
of Defense and the Navy has taken
steps to bolster overall readiness of
the Armed Forces by employing lead-
ing edge technology and training for
the 21st Century.
"I prefer the motto, 'We put the bite
in your fight," said Deputy Chief of


fight if you
the Navy Dental Corps Rear Adm.
Edward Reidy. "The modern technol-
ogy of the digital age and the train-
ing and skills our Sailors possess
have made our Navy swift, agile and
lethal."
"Our primary responsibility as RC
Sailors is to be ready to answer the
call to active duty," he continued.
"The vast majority of dental disease is
preventable through good home care
and regular exams. Early detection
and treatment is the key."
Daily care, including periodic
brushing and flossing is encouraged.
Examinations and cleaning at least
once a year, or once every six months,
are recommended.
Being dentally healthy and ready
means that all of your dental treat-
ment needs are complete, not just
those that could potentially cause
emergency treatments.
When Sailors are forward deployed
under challenging operational condi-
tions, dental health can rapidly dete-
riorate and access to dental care may
be limited. Good oral hygiene habits
along with optimum dental health
can help Sailors stay focused and stay
in the fight.
Emergency evacuation of a Sailor
could compromise mission effective-
ness and safety.
To be considered ready to deploy
Sailors must be categorized as either
Class 1 (no dental treatment needed)
or Class 2 (minor dental treatment
needed). Those in Class 3 (urgent or
emergency care needed) or Class 4
(unknown dental condition or require
a periodic dental examination) are not
able to deploy OUTCONUS.
To ensure that RC Sailors are ready
to deploy, there are 225 dental officers


can't bite
serving in a variety of billets. Each
Operational Health Support Unit has
about 10 dental officers, the Fourth
Dental Battalion supports the Marine
Forces Reserve, and there is a dental
officer assigned to each of the Navy's
12 RC Naval Construction Battalions.
This includes 195 general or compre-
hensive dentists and another 30 spe-
cialists, oral surgeons, endodontists,
periodontists and prosthodontists.
They provide the vast majority of
dental exams during drill weekends.
The Annual Training policy of the
Dental Corps provides periodic and
predictable support to clinics at
Marine Corps Recruit Depot San
Diego, Parris Island and Great Lakes.
"We continue to provide the best
services available to our Sailors to
keep them ready, for mobilization,
and for their overall dental health
as well," said Cmdr. Carmen Blois,
a dentist with Navy Operational
Support Center Bronx, N.Y.
RC Sailors can also see their civil-
ian dentist for treatment and assess-
ment and have their classification
documented on DD Form 2813. After
completion, the form should be added
to the member's dental records.
RC members must continue to be
just as ready as their active component
counterparts. U.S. Rep. Gene Taylor of
Mississippi summarized the situation,
saying, "The insurgents in Iraq don't
differentiate between reserve soldiers
and active duty soldiers."
Since dental readiness continues
to be an important measure of over-
all mobilization readiness, rapid and
periodic treatment can prevent small
and minor dental problems from
becoming problems that require major
or emergency treatment.


HS-5 back from detachment aboard USS Eisenhower


By Lt. Allen Langston
HS-5 PAO


The "Nightdippers"
of HS-5 recently
returned from a
short detachment on board
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower
(CVN-69), in which they
provided continuous search
and rescue support during
a week-long fleet carrier
qualification exercise.
HS-5 departed NAS


Jacksonville Nov. 2 with 75
Sailors and four aircraft,
two SH-60F and HH-60H
each, to Norfolk, Va. to
meet the ship.
Upon leaving Naval
Base Norfolk, Eisenhower
and HS-5 began working
to help qualify pilots from
various fleet replacement
squadrons (FRS) and fleet
squadrons. The squadrons
included: VFA-106, VFA-


122 and VFA-103, VAW-
125 and VRC-40. During
the week long event off the
coasts of Virginia and North
Carolina, pilots from the
FRS dominated the major-
ity of evolutions as they
were there obtaining their
initial carrier qualifications
in the F/A-18 Hornet.
In addition to providing
the primary SAR asset,
HS-5 took advantage of


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Halftime at Jags game


Future recruits from the five branches of the military recite the oath of enlistment adminis-
tered by Brig. Gen. Rick McCabe during the halftime show of the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. San
Diego Chargers football game Nov. 18.


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 29, 2007 7


Heart of Gold Awards nominations needed


From Volunteer Jacksonville, Inc.

V 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 func-
tion 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.
For more information, call Lynn Weise
Mora at 332-6767, Ext. 18.


SERCC receives accolades during audit


Petty officers rocked


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From FRCSE Public Affairs
The Southeast Re-
gional Calibration
Center (SERCC),
aboard Fleet Readiness
Center Southeast (FRCSE)
Avionics Laboratory, com-
pleted its tri-annual Joint
Naval Audit Certification
Team (JNACT) visit.
The SERCC is composed
of two entities, lab codes
JFB and JAQ. The JAQ
team consists of 45 Sailors
and the JFB team is com-
prised of 62 civil servants.
Together, these two teams
perform intermediate and
depot level calibration while
sharing common equip-
ment, facilities and quality
systems.
The JNACT is comprised
of Commander, Naval Air
Forces; Naval Air Systems
Command (NAVAIR);
and Naval Sea Systems
Command subject mat-
ter experts. This in-depth
assessment involves the
review of all aspects of cali-
bration lab measurements
and traceability.
The JNACT inspection
team reviewed SERCC lab
operations to ensure 100
percent measurement accu-
racy and traceability and
auditors reviewed SERCC
procedures, inspected
records and followed vari-
ous test instruments from
initial receipt at induction,
through calibration proce-
dures, and finally through
the outgoing phase.
NAVAIR Meteorology
and Calibration Program
Quality Manager Peter
Ward, JNACT member,
extolled the Navy techni-
cians, "The best field cali-
bration activity I have seen
in years! The laboratory
management at SERCC,
lab code JAQ, is outstand-
ing, well organized and run.




To wng ery s


These people know how to
run a field activity proper-
ly."
The FRCSE calibration
lab, code JFB, also received
accolades and was recog-
nized for their control of
laboratory standards.
In particular, was
Electronics Measurement
Equipment Mechanic Kevin
Barrow. "Kevin Barrow has
outstanding control of labo-
ratory standards. We could
not identify a single stan-
dard as overdue or missing.
His performance is worthy
of emulation by all in our
aviation metrology commu-
nity," said Barry Sanderson,
JFB lab manager.
"SERCC intermediate and
depot level integration are
continually improving fleet
readiness while facilitated,
empowered, and nourished
by the FRCSE HOSHIN
Plan and Lean environ-
ment," he added.
SERCC personnel
received their new certifi-
cates along with an updat-
ed scope of competency. Lt.
Cmdr. Michael Kraft, JAQ
officer in charge, said, "This


is the most professional
group of civilian and mili-
tary personnel I have had:
the pleasure to work with
during 26 years of naval ;
service."
In addition to recertifying=
the labs have also increaseC4
the number of certifiedC
measurement areas from 39 !
to 46. The average monthly
combined workload for the:
two labs is 3,000 test items.
Despite this heavy work-'
load, preparation for the;'
audit began Feb. 1, 2007.:
and consisted of additional
internal audits, policies andi
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Volunteers needed to help with tax season


From the Navy Legal
Service Office


Beginning in January,
NAS Jacksonville
will once again offer
free tax preparation ser-
vices to active duty, depen-
dents, retirees and reserv-
ists on active duty for more
than 30 days.
Through this program,
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Navy Band
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to perform
holiday concerts

From Navy Band Southeast


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 volun-
teers through the Internal
Revenue Service (IRS)-spon-
sored Volunteer Income Tax
Assistance (VITA) program.
Through the VITA program,
volunteers are trained
by IRS employees using
IRS-approved software.
Volunteers will attend an


intensive week-long course
from Jan. 7-11 and upon
successful completion of the
course will be certified tax
preparers.
Volunteers are needed
beginning Jan. 1 until mid-
April. Volunteers should be
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8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 29, 2007


Mascots from the Jacksonville Jam basketball team get the crowd involved in one of their dances at the NAS Jacksonville
Military Family Appreciation Carnival at the Navy Exchange parking lot Nov. 17.


YAC hosts Military Family Appreciation Carnival


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Hundreds of military families enjoyed the annual
NAS Jacksonville Military Family Appreciation
Carnival Nov. 17 at the Navy Exchange parking
lot.


As the children enjoyed the large inflatable bouncy
houses, soccer game and a giant rock-climbing wall, par-
ents stood nearby happily watching the kids have fun.
Some were even brave enough to try out the rock climbing
wall themselves.
Other activities included face painting courtesy of the
NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support Center, free cotton
candy courtesy of the Youth
Activities Center (YAC) and
cookie decorating offered
by the NAS Jax Child
Development Center.
"We're out here in support
of military families. We've
had a lot of activity today.
We've had lines non-stop for
face painting and we also
have poster board where
we've asked children to
draw their military families.
One child wrote 'Thanks
for fighting for my free-
T dom.' This really represents
why we are here today,"
7 said Child Therapist Carol
-Miller.

SusanT this is such a great event."
Some of the new activi-
ties at this year's carnival
included special appear-
Susan Conditt of the Fleet ances by the mascots of the
and Family Support Center Jacksonville Jam basket-
puts her talent to work as ball team who got the crowd
the paints 4-year-old lonalis involved in numerous dance
LaBoy's face at the carnival. outlines and performances
routines and performances
by dancers of the Social Affair Dance Studio.
The children also enjoyed getting free balloons and
candy at the various booths as they took a break from the
games and more strenuous activities.
"This carnival is really fun. I think the best part of the
carnival was kicking the soccer ball into the holes," said 6-
year-old Jaida Murray. "I also liked the cotton candy."
"This is great, especially the rock climbing wall. It was
hard, but I actually made it to the top once. This carnival
is much better than the last one. I loved the rock climbing
wall," said 13-year-old Alexander Stoetzer.
Overall, the carnival was a huge success and hundreds
of kids and parents left with smiles on their faces. "This
year's event went really well. We had a lot more enter-
tainment this year. We just wanted to offer something
free for the whole family so they could come out and spend
some time together and because it's Military Appreciation
Month," said YAC Director Megan Elliot.
The event was sponsored by VyStar Credit Union
Morrison Homes, Social Affair Dance Studio, Jacksonville
Jam basketball team, Home Depot and the Jacksonville
Suns baseball team.
The next celebration for military children will be in April
to recognize the Month of
the Military Child.
Neither MWR, nor the "- ......
U.S. Navy or any other part
of the federal government
officially endorses any com-
pany, sponsor or its prod-
ucts or services.


Austin Wigley, 10, does his best to get to the top of the rock
climbing wall. Hundreds of kids and adults gave it their best
shot climbing up the massive structure.


Trenelle Houston, 3, tries to throw a ball through the holes to
make a score.


Jessica Nunez draws a picture of her family at the Fleet and
Family Support Center's (FFSC) table. The posters will on dis-
play at the FFSC.


More pictures on Page 9.


Instructors from the Social Affair Dance Studio display their talents for the crowd.
11-i f,^


Photo by Shannon Leonard
Rebeca Ovadia and Stephen White from the Social Affair Dance Studio perform during the .
Military Family Appreciation Carnival.


NAS Jax Child Development Center Education Tech Lead
Angie Benitez helps Cameron Jackson create a special cookie
at the cookie decorating booth.







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CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Getting help with


substance abuse

By Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah Robinson
NAS Jax Chapel
Hope that you and your families had a wonder-
ful Thanksgiving holiday. I am glad that we are
into the holiday season. What a wonderful time of
year here in beautiful Northeast Florida.
This certainly is a season to reflect and to give
thanks for our countless blessings. However, the fes-
tive nature of the holiday season can be a time of over-
indulgence. In fact, people tend to drink more because
there is always a party going on
somewhere.
Unfortunately, due to all the
social gatherings and office par-
ties at this time of year people
can easily abuse alcohol. After
all, even the casual drinker
might go overboard. Some drink
to forget about their family pre-
dicaments in the holiday season
and alcohol can numb the sad- Chaplain (Lt.)
ness. Azariah Robinson
Keeping that in mind, this
brings me to an article I read titled, "Churches take
on drug and alcohol abuse." As you can imagine, I am
always fascinated by the power that spirituality plays
in the healing process. That is, not just a healing of a
physical conditions but also mental and psychological
illnesses; for example, alcohol and substance abuse.
People who drink too much need help from a trained
therapist and help from the power of the supernatu-
ral.
Fortunately, I have had the opportunity to work col-
laboratively with chaplains, social workers, psycholo-
gists and psychiatrists in a hospital setting while com-
pleting a unit of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE).
This was a watershed experience many years ago that
allowed me to understand how powerful a "ministry of
presence" is in the healing process. It takes a complete
team of committed mental professionals and pastoral
care counselors to make a difference.
My faith and CPE experience convinced me that
there is a very strong spiritual force that is active,
present, and alive in each human being. In fact, even
if it seems that there is no spiritual pulse beating
in the individual struggling with abuse, trust me,
there is. More importantly, when this power source
is tapped into it can be an awesome force multiplier.
In fact, this mystical energy that is embedded in a
person's soul will make all the difference for the indi-
vidual trying desperately to maintain sobriety.
Therefore, this is why the family, spiritual commu-
;nity and the therapist must always look at the indi-
'vidual and "see'them not as they are but as they ought
to be." Furthermore, it is important that all people
involved in the healing process understand that our
unique individual faith traditions tell us something
about our own stories and values. This, I believe,
-points deliberately to our center and the source of our
spiritual strength.
Perhaps this is why it is important that those
'involved in pastoral care work together within a mul-
ttidisciplinary team not to impose one's values on the
,patient, but to bring awareness of the power and
potential of the divine to change and transform the
'human condition. Moreover, our spiritual DNA makes
-us connected in the most intimate relationship to the
one we call God.
This brings me to another article on this particular
,,matter. Most people have some connection with their
'spirituality community when they are struggling with
;substance abuse or any adverse situation. Therefore,
'just like your biological family is place of refuge and
'source of comfort so is your spiritual community.
A 2001 study by the National Center on Addiction
and Substance Abuse at Columbia University first
: documented the connection between spirituality, reli-
gion and substance abuse. In looking to the future,
'the study recommended substance-abuse treatment
providers establish working relationships with clergy.
* Someone once said, "we are spiritual beings hav-
ing a physical experience." Therefore, when spiritual
beings struggle in the physical condition it's impor-
tant to seek the guidance from one who can direct the
!individual back to the center, back to the spiritual
::core, and healthy living.
1 This information can be used to change the path and
transform unwanted physical, mental, and psychologi-
cal conflict. The skilled spiritual leader can help one
through the difficult times and help the individual
maintain sobriety. It is really important to include the
supernatural ingredients in the healing process.
Have a safe and blessed day!


Chapel offers holiday services

From the NAS ]ax Chapel


.The following are the upcoming services offered at 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
* or more information, call 542-344,1.


DoD continues efforts to enroll marrow donors


From the TRICARE
Management Activity

Every 15 minutes
someone in the
United States is
diagnosed with a medi-
cal condition that requires
treatment with bone mar-
row or a blood stem cell
transplant.
Every day more than
6,000 men, women and
children around the world
search the National Donor
Program Registry for a life-
saving donor. Thousands
of lives are lost because a
match is never found.
"Each year more than
35,000 people in the United
States are diagnosed with
leukemia, lymphoma, aplas-
tic anemia (marrow failure),
and other life-threatening
blood disorders. Seventy-
five percent of patients in
need of a marrow trans-
plant cannot find a match
within their own family,"
said Army Maj. Gen. Elder
Granger, deputy director,
TRICARE Management
Activity.
November is National
Marrow Awareness
Month, and the C.W. Bill
Young/Department of
Defense (DoD) Marrow
Donor Program, named
for Congressman C.W. Bill
Young who initiated and
supported its development,
is working hard to provide
hope and help to patients
waiting to find a marrow

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Connie Wagner at 276-
6677.


donor. The C.W. Young
Donor Program is only for
military donors.
The C.W. Young Program
works in conjunction with
the National Marrow Donor
Program (NMDP) which
brings donors togeth-
er, within the U.S. and
from across the world, in
a confidential and secure
data search system.
"Humanitarian support is a
part of our commitment and
uniformed service mem-
bers can help save lives by
enrolling in the National
Donor Program Registry,"
said Granger.
In addition to the NMDP
in the U.S., there are
numerous organizations
around the world that
share this database, work-
ing together to find matches
for any individual requir-
ing a transplant. Since
the creation of'the NMDP
in 1986, more than six mil-
lion Americans, including
more than 400,000 service
members, have registered
as marrow donors.
Hundreds of marrow
donor drives are conduct-
ed on military installa-


tions and ships each year.
In addition, the C.W. Bill
Young/DoD Marrow Donor
Program, in cooperation
with participating com-
mands, has established
"walk-in" registration pro-
grams for eligible personnel
who wish to join the DoD
Marrow Donor Program
Registry.
Joining the regis-
try is almost effortless
and completely painless.
Participants fill out a short
two-page DoD consent
form and a swab is taken
from inside their mouth.
Potential donors receive
an official card signifying
they have registered as a
bone marrow donor. They
are added to the NMDP


National Registry through
the DoD Marrow Donor
Program. To be eligible to
join the registry through
the DoD program you must
be:
* Age 18 to 60 and in
good health
* Active duty military,
Coast Guard, National
Guard or Reservist
* Immediate family mem-
ber of an active duty service
member
* A DoD civilian employ-
ee
For more information
on the C.W. Young Donor
Program, as well as a list
of walk-in locations or to
establish a walk-in regis-
tration program go to www.
dodmarrow.org.


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Photos by AT2 (AW) Andrew Bryson
SW1(SCW) Elliot Sermons offers some guidance as the Seabees from Construction Battalion
Maintenance Unit 202 pour the concrete for the new building project at NAS Jax.


Seabees build new storage


building aboard NAS Jax
By MC2 (AW/NA C)
Kaitlyn Patterson
Assistant Editor

C construction Battalion
Maintenance Unit
202 (CBMU-202) is
busy constructing a newd
storage building at NAS
Jacksonville. .. .
The. storage building is - .
being built behind Public f�- ..
Works and should be com- ' .i
pleted in September 2008. e
The total project will cost .

BUC Shawn Fellows
the Navy $335,000.
described whawnt the projects SWI(SCW) Elliot Sermons (center) teaches his a group of
entails. "We start with project Seabees the proper way to lay concrete.

six-inch concrete pad and
we have a pre-engiveered
building that goes on top
of the pad. Everything .is - .
already precut and made of _ _
steel, so it's got steel fram- . .-. . -
ing members and a steel
roof, so it will basically be a
big open warehouse to store
materials in," he explained. ---
"There will also be a male V"
and female bathroom inside - --
and a heating and air condi- .
tioning unit."
No offices are going in the
building, which cuts down
on the amount of electrical
and plumbing needed. The unit works as a team to lay the concrete before it sets.
Fellows believes that
CBMU-202 will be able to -
get the project done ahead
of schedule. So fari the
construction battalion has
completed about 35 per-l ..
cent of the project and they
are only required to be 26
percent done at this time.
The Seabees have poured
$30,000 worth of concrete or
180 yards so far. The pad
they are working on nov .. - --
will be the foundation to the ' -'-
8,000-square-foot storage,
building. BU3(SCW) Sean Kidwell puts on some final touches.

CREDO retreats offered at Georgia retreat center


From Staff
The Spiritual Fitness Division
Southeast offers a variety of spiri-
tual retreats for anyone holding a
Department of Defense ID card who is
over the age of 18.
All transportation, programming, lodg-
ing and meals are free. Retreats are held
at the Sea Retreat Center in St. Simons
Island, Ga. Registration is on a first come,
first serve basis by calling 270-6958. The
following retreats are coming up:
Personal Growth Retreat
Dec. 11-14 and Feb. 7-10, 2008
This retreat is a safe place where you
can "defrag" the issues of your life with the
opportunity to understand yourself better,
develop a healthier personal responsibil-
ity and gain a new perspective on life and


relationships.
Marriage Enrichment Retreat
Jan. 11-13, 2008
The goal of this retreat is to provide an
environment where a couple may work on
their intimacy as a couple by talking about
communication styles, potential problems,
using the Myers-Briggs. Type Indicator to
talk about the different personality types
and their preferences and how they affect
relationships.
Spiritual Growth Retreat
Oct. 10-11, 2008
This is a time to devote yourself fully
to assessing where you are spiritually, a
time to nurture yourself and gain a vision
of where you want to go. It's also a time to
understand the spiritual journey of others
and incorporate that into your own growth
and understanding.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 29, 2007 11


Cycle of deployment (Part 3)
By Beth Wiruth
Special Contributor


This week's column wraps up a look
at the emotional cycle of deploy-
ment. The last two stages are expe-
rienced in the weeks after service mem-
bers return from deployment.
Stage six, "Re-negotiation of the
Marriage Contract", starts shortly after
the glow of homecoming wears off and can
last up to six weeks. Many spouses and
Sailors find themselves blind-sided by the
challenges of this phase of Navy life.
This stage is one in which the husband
and wife are together physically but not
necessarily emotionally. They may need
time together along with shared experi-
ences and feelings before they feel like a
couple again. During this stage the task
is to stop being "single" and start being
married again. Both need to be aware of
the necessity to refocus on their marriage.
For instance, after one woman's husband
had been home for a few days, she became
aggravated with him when he would tele-
phone his shipmate every time something
of importance came up within the family
- finally declaring "I'm your wife, talk to
me!"
This stage can include feelings of a loss
of independence by the spouse. Both the
Sailor and spouse may find they need to
accommodate changes in each other. You
may remember the account of Anna in part
two's column. During this phase of re-nego-
tiation Anna's husband approached the
husband of the ombudsman regarding the
many changes in Anna. He was startled
by Anna's independence and maturity. He
had very real adjustments to make. While
Anna was as madly in love with her hus-
band as ever, she also had a new confi-
dence and feeling of accomplishment. Her
husband was fearful he
may have lost the wife he married. It
required communication, acceptance and
effort but this couple has found a deeper
relationship.
Both the Sailor and spouse will have
expectations. Men often think of homecom-
ing in terms of beer and sex, not necessari-
ly in that order. Women think of it in terms
of affection such as cuddles and talking.
Sex is down the list a bit. Communication
during this time is crucial. Talk about
expectations and discuss what your mar-


SPOUSES


PERSPECTIVE

riage looks like now. Your marriage will
require renegotiation of roles, responsi-
bilities and even the tone and character of
your marriage. Successful couples say the
key is to commit to working through the
changes and challenges.
Take advantage of return and reunion
workshops during this time. You may find
it helpful to talk to a chaplain or coun-
selor. CREDO, now called the spiritual fit-
ness center, offers free weekend marriage
retreats. These retreats can be very helpful
in assisting couples to strengthen their
marriages after deployment.
Stage seven, the last stage, is the
Reintegration and Stabilization phase.
This stage is characterized by a new sense
of comfort. Couples have successfully nego-
tiated the changes and adjustments in
their marriage relationship. They have
accepted new routines and are enjoying
their relationship.
In discussing the emotional cycle of
deployment there are a few other things
that must be mentioned. First, the depth
with which you may experience these stag-
es will vary based on many factors. Some
spouses have mentioned that their first
deployment was the most severe and dif-
ficult. Others felt the first one with chil-
dren was the most difficult. Wives with a
few deployments under their belt felt the
severity of the various stages differed with
each deployment.
Understanding the emotional challenges
we face during sea tours and deployments
can help both Sailor and spouse. When
we realize the patterns of behavior or the
emotions we are experiencing are normal
we can take steps to improve our qual-
ity of life. Acknowledgements: Material for
these articles includes www.myarmylife-
too.com, Kathleen Vestal-Logan, and the
Navy Ombudsman Training Manual.
Do you have a question or comment for
Beth? Please contact her at beth.wiruth@
homefrontinfocus.com or check out her
internet talk show at www.blogtalkradio.
com/nht.


FFSC offers educational and support programs


From FFSC
The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive mea-
sure for avoidance of personal and family
problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
to service members and their families as
well as Department of Defense civilian per-
sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
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tration.
The following workshops are available in
December:
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.
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,NEW PROGRAM: Implementation of new military spouse
1. From Page 1
I aiv stasfre o. a minimum of one year Florida representative.


The new program is spe- remaining at the demon- One-stop information
While military spouse cifically targeted to military station installation duty and in-processing of quali-
,unemployment greatly spouses with a high school assignment; with the excep- fied applicants will take
'affects the well being of diploma or GED and/or tion of duty assignments place with WorkSource
military families, many are some level of post second- that will require reloca- and the FFSC. Educational
:,finding the cost of continu- ary education. To be eligible tion as part of the Base planning is accomplished
king their education is also for a career advancement Realignment and Closure collaboratively between
-unaffordable to obtain bet- account, spouses of military Act of 2005; WorkSource and Navy
,ter paying jobs. service members/sponsors * Not be receiving trade College Office and NAS Jax
"There's no doubt our must: adjustment assistance or command approval will be
kSailors and Marines and * Be married to a service Workforce Investment Act accomplished through the
'their families make incred- member/sponsor on active funded individual training coordination of all three
:ible sacrifices, but fam- duty; accounts., entities," explained Woods.
'ily income should not be * Be married to a service Implementation of the "If demand for the pro-
ione of those sacrifices, member/sponsor at the E-1 new program is set for gram exceeds current space
"Unfortunately, a set of through E-5 levels or 0-1 January 2008. NAS Jax is capacity, a plan is already
,orders often means a job through 0-3 levels; currently creating a one- in place to move the entire
,resignation and the loss of * Be married to a service stop career center to help operation into spaces in
Half of the family's income, member/sponsor who is military spouses get these the Navy College Office in
"That is why this program assigned to a demonstration new benefits. Building 110."
Zis so important," stated Dr. site or reside in the state at "This is truly a collab- According to FFSC
"Jonathan Woods, director of the time of eligibility deter- orative project. The Fleet Director Carolyn McCorvey,
Athe NAS Jax Navy College mination when the service and Family Support Center FFSC will assist spouses
Office. member/sponsor spouse is (FFSC) and Navy College with the initial application
"For qualifying spouses it deployed or on an unaccom- Office are working hand-in- process as well as ongo-
iprovides funding to attain panied military tour from a hand with WorkSource, a ing navigation through the
:a degree or job skills that demonstration site; non-profit firm serving the matriculation of the pro-
"lead to high probability re- '* Be married to a ser- North Florida region as gram.
'employment wherever the vice member/sponsor with the Department of Labor's "We already have a

WDEPLOY: 'Nightdippers' return from week-long stint aboard USS Eisenhower
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submarine warfare (ASW),
0anti-surface warfare and
Deck landing qualification
|(DLQ) training. The ASW
training involved working
along with the guided mis-
sile destroyer USS Gonzalez
(DDG-66), and the DLQ
.evolution was conducted
;aboard the guided missile
,destroyer USS Mitscher
�(DDG-57).
� This training afforded
Many of the aircrew and
Pilots the opportunity to


qualifications as tactical
system operators and heli-
copter aircraft command-
ers (HAC). One HS-5 pilot,
Lt. Brian Johnson, also
successfully completed his
HAC check.
The detachment would
not have been so successful
without the tireless work
of those behind the scenes.
Maintenance always had
aircraft ready to fly no mat-
ter the mission, whether
it was plane guard, ASW,
DLQs or standing the


The parachute rigging
shop ensured flight gear
was inspected and current.
and the yeomen, informa-
tion systems technicians
and personnel specialists
made sure the administra-
tive processes ran smooth-
ly. In addition, there were
those that were responsible
for arranging the logistics
of moving 75 personnel,
four helicopters and all the
required support equipment
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cluded the detachment
Nov. 9 and have one more
detachment in December
before standing down from
their sustainment opera-
tions. The squadron will
then begin maintenance
and training phases until
summer 2008 at which
time HS-5 will begin work
ups for their spring 2009
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"NAS Jax will be the
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Maine to NAS Jacksonville
beginning as early as fiscal
year 2008 and both centers,
FFSC Brunswick and FFSC
Jacksonville have already
begun transitional plans to
ensure a smooth transition
for spouses enrolled in the
CAA program prior to their
arrival at NAS Jax."


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"If you think you might
be eligible, or have ques-
tions about your eligibil-
ity, please contact us at thle
One-Stop Career Center
located within the FFSC in
Building 554," she added.
Other services to be
offered include career coun-
seling, interest and apti-
tude testing, skill assess-
ments and career guidance.
Spouses may also receive
referrals to supportive ser-
vices such as child care ani
transportation assistance.
For more information
on the new program, go to
www.MILSpouse.org or call
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22, 7 p.m. - Illegal Tender (R)
28, 7 p.m. - No Reservations (PG-13)
29, 5 p.m. - Daddy Day Camp (PG)
29, 7 p.m. - Stardust (PG-13)


BOWLING CENTER
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.

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

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


Aqua Aerobics
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
11 a.m. -noon
Swim lessons at the indoor pool
Dec. 3-6
Monday through Thursday
$30 military/$35 Department of Defense
Scion Slam
3-on-3 Basketball Tournament and Car Show
Saturday
No entry fee! Win $1,000 for first place!
www.scion.com/scionslam


File photo
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perform a Christmas carol at last year's tree lighting ceremo-
ny. This year's tree lighting event will be held Dec. 7 at 4:30
p.m. at Patriot's Grove.
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Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to
E1-E5 single or unaccompanied active duty members.
Call the Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details,
542-3491.
Comedy Zone Trip
Tonight
Free
Save Santa Scavenger Hunt
Win a $250 reward!
Hunt begins Saturday
St. Augustine Pal Day Trip
Everything is free!
Saturday
Jacksonville Barracudas Trip
Dec. 6
$5 per person, includes ticket and transportation
;Jaguars vs. Panthers Game
Dec. 9
$5 per person, includes ticket and transportation
MOVIES
Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - The'Simpson's Movie (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - Ratatouille (G)
Saturday, 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)
Dec. 14, 7 p.m. - Transformers (PG-13)
Dec. 15, 5 p.m. - Hairspray (PG)
Dec. 15, 7 p:m. - Wind Chill (R)
Dec. 21, 7 p.m. - I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
(PG-13)


NAS JAX GOLF CLUB
For more information on the golf course, call 542-3249. For
Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
New rates! $15 per person, includes cart and 18-holes
green fee
Dec. 4 and 18 for active duty.
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.
Christmas Eve Golf Scramble
Dec. 24
10 a.m. shotgun start
$40 military/Department of Defense, $50 civilian guests
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!

Tropical Freeze
Sledding in Florida!
Dec. 22, Noon - 4 p.m.
Mulberry Cove Marina
VET CLINIC
Call 542-3786.

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


Jingle Bell Jog
Dec: 14, 11:30 a.m. at Perimeter Road
Zumba Aerobics Demonstration Class
Fitness Source
December 7 at 4:45 p.m.
I.T.T EVENTS
For more information about ITT trips or ticket prices, call
542-3318.
Jacksonville Jaguar tickets on sale now!
Ticket prices $40 - $56.50 (Limit four tickets per game per
person)
Ride the ITT Jaguar shuttle for only $10 per game or $80
for all regular home season games.
Daytona 500 tickets on sale now!
Super Stretch (rows 1-20) $90
Super Stretch Tower (rows 33-51) $135 *these tickets are
for both Feb. 16 & 17.
NEXTEL Fan Zone $75
ITT Shuttle $15 (limited number of seats)
Keith Urban
Jacksonville Arena
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
First Coast Winter Lights: $12 (regularly $20)
Now through Jan. 1
Green Cove Springs
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From Navy Personnel Command Public
Affairs
With advancement results re-
leased Nov. 16, many Sailors
are celebrating, while others
look for steps to increase their opportuni-
ties during the next advancement cycle.
"Superior performance is still the most
important factor in getting advanced,"
according to Chief of Naval Personnel
(CNP) Vice Adm. J.C. Harvey, Chief of
Naval Personnel. '"The weight of the per-
formance mark average from a Sailor's
evaluation promotion recommendation
has increased by seven percent. The
weight of service-in-paygrade and pass-
not-advanced points has decreased by
approximately one-half."
"It is extremely important for com-
manding officers, executive officers, and
command master chiefs to communicate
with those who did not get advanced this
cycle," Harvey added.
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of command can do to assist Sailors not
selected for advancement is schedule a
career development board (CDB). A CDB
provides personnel the opportunity to dis-
cuss their career progression, the health
of their rating, and their short and long-
term goals for the future. It allows a
Sailor and his or her chain of command
to review the Sailor's record and iden-
tify ways to improve competitiveness in
future advancement cycles.
According to the Navy's Center for Career
Development (CCD), located at Navy
Personnel Command, some questions a
Sailor should ask during the board include:
* What can I do to gain more authority
and responsibility in my current position
to make me more competitive for the next


higher pay grade?
* I passed but didn't advance the last
advancement exam, what changes can I
make to improve my chances next time?
* In order to make me more competi-
tive for advancement and to round out
my rating expertise, what should my next
assignment or duty station be?
* What can members of this board do to
assist me both professionally and person-
ally in order to help me achieve success?
* What is the status of my rating?
Advancement is extremely limited in
overmanned rates and Sailors may want
to consider a rating conversion to increase
advancement opportunities.
Every Sailor should have a mentor
and should also look for opportunities
to mentor other Sailors who can benefit
from their diverse experiences, according
to NCC(AW) Kelly Strickland, a career
counselor at CCD. A mentor is a trusted
counselor or guide who is looking out for
the best interests of his or her Sailor.
This includes advancement opportunities,
but also includes helping the Sailor reach
other personal and professional goals.
"It is extremely important to have a-
mentor," added Strickland. "It's great to
have that person in your career to receive
information and points of view from."
It's never too early to start planning for
the next advancement cycle.
"I suggest that Sailors who did not
advance this cycle start studying again,"
said Strickland. "You should also realize
performance carries the most weight in
advancement. Look at your last evalua-
tion and improve in the areas you scored
less in."
For more career information, visit,
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 29, 2007 17

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Holiday season fire safety tips


From the Fire
Prevention Division


The Christmas holiday
season is now upon us.
Christmas trees, decora-
tive lights and materials, can-
dles, individuals smoking at par-
ties all increase the likelihood of
a fire in your home.
To help everyone enjoy a fire
safe holiday, we recommend that
you follow the holiday season fire
safety tips offered below:
Christmas trees
* When buying a fresh-cut
tree, make sure it is fresh. When
the trunk of a tree is bounced on
the ground, a shower of needles
shows that the tree is too dry and
a greater fire risk.
* Cut the trunk at an angle at
least one to two inches above the
end to help the tree absorb water.
Place the tree in a non-tip stand
filled with water and place the
stand well away from exits, your
home traffic pattern and sourc-
es of heat.. Check and maintain
water level on a daily basis.
* When buying an artificial
tree, make sure it is labeled or
otherwise identified or certified by


the manufacturer as being "flame
retardant" or "flame resistive."
Holiday lights
and decorations
* Use only UL or other safety-
tested lights. Check markings on
light sets for "indoor" or "outdoor"
use and display accordingly.
* Check light sets, new and old,
for broken or cracked sockets,
frayed or bare wires, and loose
connections. Replace worn and


broken light sets.
* Do not overload extension
cords. Check and follow manufac-
turers recommendations for mul-
tiple light connections. Do not
connect more than three standard
size sets of lights per single exten-
sion cord.
* Do not use electrical decora-
tions or lights on metal Christmas
trees.
* Turn off all lights on trees


and other decorations before you
retire for the evening or leave
your home. Remember, an elec-
trical "short" can and will start a
fire.
* Use only flame-retardant or
non-combustible decorations.
Candles
* Locate candles away from
Christmas trees, combustible
decorations, displays, curtains or
drapes.
* Place candles in areas where
they cannot be knocked or blown
over.
* Always use candle holders
that are sturdy, won't tip over
easily, and made of a non-com-
bustible material.
* Never leave burning candles
unattended or within the reach of
small children.
* Always extinguish candles
before you leave the house or
'retire for the evening.
* Ensure matches and lighters
are kept out of the reach of chil-
dren.
Portable electric heaters
* Use only a portable electric
heater that carries the label of an
independent testing laboratory
(ULor FM).


* Ensure portable electric heat-
er is equipped with an automatic
shutoff feature "tip over" switch
(unit turns off if knocked over).
* Keep portable electric heat-
ers at least three feet away from
any combustible material.
General fire safety
* Do not burn gift-wrappings
or trees in the fireplace. Flames
can get out of control and spread
embers around the room.
* Equip your home with a por-
table UL listed ABC (all purpose)
rated fire extinguisher.
* Provide individuals smok-
ing with large, deep, non-tip ash-
trays.
* Empty ashtrays often, wet-
ting their contents before dump-
ing them.
* After a party, check cushions,
around furniture and on the floor
for smoldering cigarette or cigar
butts.
* Test your smoke detector at
least monthly.
* Have a fire escape plan. Dial
"911" in case of an emergency.
The Fire Prevention Division
wishes everyone a joyous and fire
safe holiday season.


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Recycling waste not
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garbage being hauled and
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clipping or leaves. During
summer months, grass clip-
pings account for 17 percent
of residential solid waste.
Plus the mowed grass is a
natural fertilizer. '
* Avoid using disposable
cups. Use washable cups at
home and work.


* Purchase long-last-
ing rather than disposable
items.
* Buy recycled products.
It's easy to find recycled
paper products these days.
* Buy the economy size.
You'll save money and
reduce the number of con-
tainers being thrown away.
* Buy products that
last or that can be easily
repaired.
* Buy products with the


Trees and decorations must be inspected on base


From the Fire Prevention
Division
T o reduce the risk of
fire during the holi-
day season, the fol-,
lowing requirements are
in effect and in accordance
with standards set forth
in the NAS Jacksonville
Instruction 11320.1S,
Fire Prevention and Fire
Protection Measures.
v, All decorations, lights
and trees for all occupan-
cies (except housing) shall
bi inspected and approved
by .the fire department by
calling 542-2451, Ext. 10 or
5'42-2783.
* Natural cut (live)
Christmas trees are not per-
n�itted in assembly (clubs),
correctional, BEQ/BOQ,
Navy Lodge, dormitories or
educational facilities.
S * Artificial trees in
assembly occupancies shall
b;e labeled or otherwise
identified or certified by the
manufacturer as being fire
retardant.

IA support

group available,

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


* Only Underwriters
Laboratories Inc. listed
electric lights and wiring
decorations shall be permit-
ted or used on Christmas
trees and other similar dec-
orations.
* The use of candles or
other similar devices is


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"strictly prohibited." The
exception to this rule is
during religious ceremonies
held at places of worship
(i.e., chapel).
The 'Fire Prevention
Division would like to wish
everyone a fire safe holiday
season.


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* Use rechargeable bat-
teries and cloth dish towels
and napkins.
* Recycle appliances and
clothing by donating them
to charitable groups or
thrift stores. Some thrift
stores will even take these
items on consignment.
* Use a cloth or net shop-
ping bag instead of plastic
or paper.


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By Caroline Williams
Defense Commissary Agency

With a fresh academic year under way, stu-

dents of every age can add "check out library
books and discover new ideas" to their "to
do" list. If you're an authorized commissary shop-
per, you can add "check out DeCA's Web site" and
"Discover Your Benefit" to the list. While students
are marking key passages in their textbooks, com-
missary officials say customers should be bookmark-
ing DeCA's official Web site, http://www.commissar-
ies.com.
Commissaries are kicking off a new educational
campaign that emphasizes the many benefits of surf-
ing its Web site. The focus of the campaign is newly
enlisted service members and their families, but pro-
motional materials with the "Discover Your Benefit"
message will reach far, and wide into every segment of
the military community.
'We understand the ways in which people use their
commissary benefit are expanding," said Rick Page,
DeCA's chief operating officer. "Customers want con-
venience and the latest information at their fingertips,
which is what 'Discover Your Benefit' is all about."
Ask the DeCA Dietitian
DeCA has retooled its Internet site to include fresh
new graphics that change with each season and a new
section that promotes health and wellness. The single
biggest addition has to be "Ask the DeCA Dietitian," a
nutrition forum hosted by Maj. Karen Fauber, DeCA's
registered dietitian. Customers can exchange ques-
tions, comments and experiences on nutrition topics
with the DeCA dietitian and other registered users.
Fauber says she is thrilled to be touching base with
commissary customers and hopes that the forum will
encourage an open-ended conversation about the very
thing many of us take for granted: good health.
"Working with commissary customers is the best
part of my job," Fauber said. "Nutrition science
becomes really interesting and rewarding when it,
is applied to everyday life and makes a difference in
people's lives."
Sales and savings
DeCA's Web site helps customers make healthy
financial choices by listing what's on sale and the "per-
cent off' regular prices in the "Savings Aisle" section
under the "Shopping" tab. "Customers can print a list
of all items on sale at their commissary, or just by cat-
egory, and Internet coupons can be printed from the
"Links' page," Page explained.
If saving money is especially appealing to you, you'll
want to check out DeCA's comprehensive case lot sale
page available during the worldwide case Llot sale
events in May and September. The page is particu-
larly popular with authorized shoppers who live a long
distance from a commissary, but are willing to make a
special trip for case lot sales, in which savings can run
as high as 50 percent off regular commissary prices.
Gift certificates, online shopping,
store information
Customers can buy or donate commissary gift cer-
tificates through "Gift of Groceries," select from a
large variety of gift baskets and baked goods through
"Virtual Commissary" and sign up for delivery of gen-
eral commissary news via e-mail through "Commissary
Connection." Local store information is readily avail-
able under the "Locations" tab. "Since many of our
customers move around, they can use the Web site
to get store hours and contact information, and even
print out directions to their new commissary," Page
said.
Kay's Kitchen
There's really no such thing as too many cooks in
the kitchen, at least not in Kay's Kitchen. If you're
stumped about what to prepare for dinner, look for
inspiration here, where you'll find lots of quick, easy
and nutritional recipes using both classic and diverse
ingredients from apples to zucchini. Bone up on kitch-
en basics such as picking the right apple variety for
baking or understanding organic standards and food
labels. If you have a kitchen-related question, drop
Kay an e-mail; her contact information is right there
in Kay's Kitchen.
DeCA's Web site is a great way for commissary shop-
pers to discover their benefit and stay connected to
what's happening in stores around the world - wher-
ever service members and their families are stationed.


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Choose from over 30 styles of low-flow showerheads and save thousands of gallons a year.
Wash small dish loads by hand, uses a maximum five gallons versus 20 gallons in a dilshwasher.
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 29, 2007 19


Wash your hands: 'Tis the season for colds and flu


From the Safety Office

How many times a day

do you wash your
hands? Mom was
right. You need to wash your
hands more often. It is just
not enough to rinse under
some lukewarm water.
Infectious diseases are the
third leading cause of death
in the U.S. and the Center
for Disease Control calls hand
washing "the most impor-
tant means of preventing the
spread of infection." The Food
and Drug Administration
recommends that hand sani-
tizers not be used in place of
soap and water but only as an
adjunct.
Here's how to clean hands
properly:'


. Remove rings and brace-
lets.
Wet hands using a
stream of warm running
water. Excessively hot water
is harder on the skin, dries
the skin, and is too uncom-
fortable to wash with for the
recommended amount of time.
Because cold water prevents
soap from lathering properly,
soil and germs may not be
washed away.
* Use soap (any kind).
Dispensers deliver the proper
amount of soap, while protect-
ing the rest from contamina-
tion. Use the right cleanser
for the task. Use a nickel-size
amount of general-purpose
cleanser or a quarter-size
quantity of anti-microbial
cleansers. Follow the instruc-


tions on the label.
* Lather thoroughly. Scrub
hands, including the wrists,
palms, backs, fingers, and
under the fingernails for total
of at least 20 seconds.
* Rinse thoroughly. Dry
hands completely with a
paper towel. Leaving sap resi-
due on the skin and incom-
plete drying contribute to der-
matitis.
* Repeat steps two through
five if hands are particularly
dirty or greasy.
* Use a paper towel to turn
off the faucet without re-con-
taminating hands.
* Use hand cream after
washing and during the day
to restore the skin's natural
oils, keeping it resilient. Skin
conditioning agents (emol-


clients) soften and smooth
skin.
Moisturizers reduce shed:,'
ding of dry skin flakes and'
inhibit the growth of microor-
ganisms. It is recommended,
that you follow this routine
before you prepare or eat
food; treat a cut or wound;
tend to someone who is sick;'
or insert or remove contact
lenses. Also, wash after you
go to the bathroom or handle
uncooked foods.
Hand Sanitizer: apply about
a teaspoon (dime size) of the
sanitizer in palm of hand
- spread thoroughly (front
and back, fingernail areas) by
briskly rubbing hands togeth-
er until dry. Remember, hand
sanitizers do not replace soap
and water.


Enterprise: Mission supports CNO's Maritime Strategy


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The ASW training ranged from practicing individual
technician skills to coordinating multi-platform deterrent
measures. Carrier strike groups hold these exercises rou-
tinely to maintain proficiency and demonstrate antisub-
marine capabilities.
"This was a routine training exercise to help our forces
maintain a full-range of readiness," said Rear Adm. Dan
Holloway, commander, CSG 12. "These exercises also help
reassure regional countries of our ability to maintain secu-
rity for lawful use of the sea."
The Enterprise Strike Group, including Enterprise,
CVW-1, CDS 2 and CCSG 12, is doing its part to demon-
strate the larger.
"Instead of being an individual aircraft carrier, USS
Enterprise, with CVW-1, we plug into the bigger portion,"
said Wralstad. "There are a lot of different things going
on and we plug into all of the mission types."
Enterprise and CVW-1 integrate into all sorts of opera-
tions, a full range of capabilities from traditional opera-
tions at sea to the boots-on-the-ground missions performed
by the 60 individual augmentees of the Enterprise Strike
Group who are currently serving with the Army and
Marine Corps. Their primary purpose, however, remains
forward projection of American military presence.
"Enterprise is the enabler and CVW-1 is the striking
arm of this strike group and that is what we bring to the
CNO's Maritime Strategy," said Horton. "We have global
reach. In a matter of days or weeks, we can reach around
the world and we can be there very quickly. We don't need
a whole lot of help to do that and we don't need anyone's
permission to do that."
The Enterprise Strike Group will continue to spread its
assets around to be flexible to create large positive effects,


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636 McDUFF AVE. S. NEAR 1-10 JAX
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2682 BLANDING/218 MDG
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The Navy Wives Clubs of America Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings
are held in Building 13 (at the NAS Jax Main Gate)
at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and
Thursday and the first Saturday of the month from
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For more information, call 542-1582
or Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month 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.
bollhouse and miniatures enthusiasts hold
�nonthly meetings the first Tuesday of each month
tt 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
bther 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
hach month at 10 a.m. at the Calvary United
methodistt Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard across
from the Orange Park Mall. Moms and children are
welcome at all activities. For information contact
Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go to momsclubopw@
yahoo.com.
uThe Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's
'meeting is held the third Thursday of each month
�t 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins


Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association, Inc.
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue room.
For more information, call Janneice Moore at 563-
4645.
The local chapter of the Military Officers Associa-
tion of America meets for a dinner program the
third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club. All active, retired and
reserve officers of all services are encouraged to
attend. For reservations or more information, call
772-0237.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984, Na-
tional 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 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.
The L'Arche Harbor House will hold their annual
Living Nativity Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. at Christ the King
Catholic Church at 742 Arlington Road.
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.


Football players needed
Teams are forming for the 4-
on-4 flag football league. The
league is open to all NAS Jax
active duty, selective reservists
and command Department of
Defense personnel. All interested
personnel should contact the
base gym to get a copy of the
rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Basketball
tourney slated
A Captain's Cup 3-on-3 basket-
ball tournament will be held Dec.
17. This is a Captain's Cup event
and open to active duty, selective
reservists, and command
Department of Defense only
from NAS Jax only. Teams are
comprised of a maximum four
players from their respective
commands and can enter
multiple teams. The tournament
will start at 5 p.m. at the NAS Jax
Gym. Sign up by Dec. 7.
Navy Southeast
Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
Are you a competition runner?
If so, you can represent the
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6. Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
Program Home Store also needs help coordinating donated
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teer your time as a Habitat for Clay County
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FRC-DOD 10 3
HS-5 6 4
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during Mandarin's



Winter Celebration


From the Mandarin Museum &
Historical Society


T he Mandarin Museum &
Historical Society will host its
eighth annual Winter Celebration
in Mandarin, a free family day of music,
fun, history and nature, Dec. 1, from
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Walter Jones
Historical Park.
Hayrides, the putt-putt train, re-enac-
tors, children's crafts and games, nature
tours and Santa will all return this year.
There will also be a dedication of the
Mandarin Grove donor plaque, a perfor-
mance by musicians who play with the
Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra and
singing by children's choirs of Mandarin
United Methodist Church.
Jacksonville artist Lucinda Halsema
will unveil a new limited edition print of
the 1876 barn and be available to sign
and number the prints from 1 to 4 p.m.
The Mandarin Grove near the
Mandarin Museum started with the
donation of seven citrus trees by the
Barwalds of the Flying Dragon Citrus
Nursery in 2005, according to Andy
Morrow, society executive director. At
11:15 a.m., the Barwalds will be recog-
nized and a plaque honoring contributors
will be dedicated at the grove.
Throughout the day, Bill and Mike
'Barwald will dispense free fresh orange
juice and share advice and stories about
growing citrus in Mandarin.
Percussionists Kevin Garry, Charlotte
Mabrey and Evan Bertrand will perform


at 11:30 a.m. at the farmhouse. They
will be followed by Mandarin United
Methodist Church Cherubs at noon and
the Kings Kids at 12: 30 p.m.
The new Mandarin Museum and 1875
farmhouse will be open all day.
Civil War re-ehactors will set up camp
and talk with visitors about life during
the war. There will also be an extensive
show of collectibles from area collectors.
Ladies of the Golden Teacup Society
will assist children and adults to cre-
ate paper Christmas ornaments from
Victorian times.
"Every year, we have had a different
period ornament," said Shorty Robbins,
society member.
"We research them all and try to create
a Victorian tree as accurately as pos-
sible, down to the candles for lights on
the tree."
Jacksonville park naturalists Lesley
Royce and Jean Schubert will provide
wildlife lectures and nature walks at
noon, 1, 2, and 3 p.m.
John Oberheu, author of The Manatee
That Flew, will read from his children's
book at 1 p.m. and sign books after-
wards.
Other children's activities will include
bulb planting with a master gardener.
leaf rubbings and making pinecone bird
feeders.
The Walter Jones Historical Park is
located at 11964 Mandarin Road.
For more information or directions,
call 268-0784 or visit uwww.mandarin
museum.net.


It's a safe bet that very few young
Sailors and Marines start out an eve-
ning of fun with the plan of driving
home drunk. Yet, every year, several of
them wind up in jail cells, sleeping it off
and watching helplessly as their once-
bright futures slip away in the aftermath.
And that's just the lucky ones who
got caught. Others never get the chance
to learn from this mistake and instead
become tragic statistics. Unfortunately,
the number of drunken driving arrests and
traffic fatalities increases every year dur-
ing the holiday season.
"It could be the result of family get-
togethers or command parties," said Dale
Wisnieski, a traffic safety specialist at the
Naval Safety Center. "I believe the biggest
problem is that most commands don't offer
safe rides back from these functions."
It's important to plan for a safe ride
home before taking the first sip of alcohol
Wisnieski said. The best of intentions can
fall apart as alcohol impairs judgment.
Young service members are at increased
risk for driving impaired. Many are away
from home for the first time. Nonetheless,
personal responsibility is key and Sailors
and Marines will be held accountable,
regardless of their age. That's why it's
important to look out for one another.
"We know that the young Sailors and
Marines are going to go out and have fun,
but the biggest asset they have in terms
of safety is their peers. Everyone carries a
cell phone these days, so if you've had too
much to drink, call a friend to come pick
you up or take advantage of the safe ride
programs that many ships offer," Wisnieski
said.
The safe ride program is usually spon-
sored by a command's Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department. They involve "no
questions asked" rides back to the ship and
Wisnieski said there is no punishment for


using the service.
"The only thing is you'll be asked to pay
the taxi bill later," he said. It's a lot cheap-
er than the fines, lawyer bills, community
service, and career ramifications that come
with a DUI charge.
Drunk driving doesn't just affect one
Sailor or Marine and his or her career. The
ramifications ripple through the unit and
the surrounding community.
"When a shipmate is lost, it's not just a
military member," said Bonnie Revell, also
a traffic safety specialist. "That person is
also a father, mother, brother, sister, son
or daughter."
Revell has talked to members of Mothers
Against Drunk Driving, and said she's seen
the anguish in the faces of those who have
lost children as a result of an intoxicated
driver.
"The heartbreak is intense," she said.
"Knowing they will never hear 'I love you'
again, or that they will never have grand-
children because they lost their only child.
It's just devastating."
When she speaks to Sailors and Marines
across the fleet, Revell said she tries to get
this point across. One night on the town
isn't worth the risk. She reminds people
that it's not just their careers at stake, but
lives.
The Naval Safety Center offers more
resources to combat drunk driving at www.
safetycenter.navy.mil.


Give the perfect gift this holiday season


From the Navy Exchange


Looking for the perfect gift this
holiday season? Purchase a Navy
Exchange (NEX) gift card.
The NEX gift card can be used just like
cash for most merchandise and service
purchases in any military exchange world-
wide.
"NEX Gift Cards make great gifts," said
Mike Powers, director, Retail Operations
at the Navy Exchange Service Command
(NEXCOM).
"They're perfect for military members
stationed away from home during the holi-
day season because, thanks to a change
in the program, they can now be used at
any military exchange around the world.
As part of the cross-acceptance of the gift
card program, your NEX now also accepts


AAFES and MCX gift cards."
Unlike AAFES and MCX stores, NEX
gift cards have no fees and no expiration
dates.
NEX gift cards can be purchased online
and can include a personalized greeting
card for just $3.25, plus U.S. postage.
Customers have the option to customize
their gift card online with a message and
download a personal photo that can be
affixed to the front of the card.
Customer can also choose from a selec-
tion of over 1,000 themes for all occasions.
The NEX gift card with greeting card can
also be mailed to APO/FPO addresses.
NEX gift cards can be purchased in
varying amounts at any NEX or on-line
at www.navy-nex.com by both exchange-
authorized and non-authorized customers.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 29, 2007 21


Study shows organic foods


may be better for you


By Lynda Valentine
Defense Commissary Agency
Commissary shop-
pers inclined to
buy organic foods
have one more reason to
do so: The Organic Trade
Association reports results
of a four-year study of
organic products shows
some organic foods are
more nutritional than their
nonorganic counterparts.
The study, which involved
31 research centers, com-
panies and universities,
shows organic fruits and
vegetables have up to 40
percent more antioxidants
than nonorganically grown
produce, while organic milk
produced in the summer
contains 60 to 80 percent
more antioxidants than
conventionally produced
milk. Organic milk also was
found to contain higher lev-
els of vitamin E.
Professor Carlo Leifert,
of the Tesco Centre for
Organic Agriculture in
England, said such bene-
fits suggest eating organic
food instead of convention-
ally grown produce "would
be equivalent to eating an
extra portion of fruit and
vegetables a day."
Organic products can be


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nonorganic items through-
out the commissary. To find
organic foods in your local
store, look for the circular
green and white "USDA
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having 95 to 100 percent
organic ingredients. Use
of the seal is voluntary, so
some products may simply
state "organic" on the label
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To be labeled "organic,"
food must be produced with-
out using most conventional
pesticides, fertilizers made
with synthetic ingredients,


bioengineering techniques
or ionizing radiation. With
regard to meat, poultry,
eggs and dairy products,
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hormones.
Make the commissary,
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Ft. Caroline 3/2 221-9855 Screened Porch. Great School new roof. 5661 Bryner Dr. H s 8 Houses Unfumished 1-295, W2 Irg rooms, TheR
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condo for sale, built '04,
1200sf, hrdwd firs, S
offices, 1 reception area,
$4000 ph syst, + 400sf
attic storage. $205k.
904-945-6436

WESTSIDE - mini- office
suites special $99 per mo
1st 3 mo. Owner/Broker


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8 Week Eve Class Jan 9
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CONCRETE CUTTINGMn m
Earn $900 Wkly No Exp
Positions Orlando, DISTRIBUTION APARTMENT MANAGER
Tampa, Ft Lauderdale, for 150 Units In
FL & Savannah GA. CENTER Jacksonville
Train 4 months in Jack- Fax Resume to
sonville, Fl Must have MANAGER 918-517-3202
a Clean Driving History
Call 954- 730-7200 121 Tucker Rocky, the pre-
_mier distributor of
aftermarket ports and
General cycles, snowmobiles, B r
Sand ATV's is seeking a
Distribution Center DANCERS,DOORSTAFF,
1I!L.'^A.1 ~Manager in Jackson- & BARTENDERS
ville, FL. NEEDED
MOVIE EXTRAS-Earn Manage a DC that CALL 7577370
up to $150/day. Exp not achieves high levels of _-------
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work In TV & film pro- productivity, quality DANCERS DANCERS
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services. Maintain HIRING BONUS
stringent cost controls No Mandatory Tip Outs
while producing a high Wackos 399-1110
return on investment
NOW HIRING and effective asset DANCERS NEEDED
Large National management. $$100$
Organization Avg. 6+ ears experience in PAID DALY
0 e DC management PAID DAILY
Pay$20hr. over$55K Bachelor's Degee n Passion 641-5033
annually. Including business, logistics or
full benefits and OT operations management DJ, DOORMAN.
Paid Training, may offset less experi- BARTENDERS
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866-519-9026 WMS. 641.5033
We offer competitive -
compensation, excellent SOUS CHEF
benefits including medi- for Aqua Grill, 20 year old
cal, dental, 401(k), LTD, upscale established Ponte
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Equal Opportunity passion for food 285-3017
Employer and commit-
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required. Bartenders, Doorstaff
aSSS E !. VIll E 1 To apply for the position: Call 399.1110
HS Diploma / GED with send a resume and sal- Call 399.1110
at least 10 yrs exp in IT ary requirement to 4900
field. Administrative Alliance Gateway Fwy.,
duties include: manag- Fort Worth, Texas 76177 Trn sportati
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plex data centers and (817-258-9095) or send a
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teams covering seven opportunity@tuckerrocky.com Local drivers. Rolloff &
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cedures and project904-296 7777
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ning.Responsible forth weekl Company car
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Dryer / Washer,
Big Cap, Exc. condition,
$200.00 for both 735-9170

GE RANGE
Self-cleaning oven,
Almond/black,
excellent cond $100
904-264-3486

, MICROWAVE good
cond $30.00, new
1 Oyster toaster over
$30.00, Rival meat
slicer $30.00, new
Conair answering
machine $15.00, Sony
answering machine
$20.00, Travel bag(nice)
S$25.00, Faucet &
stainless sink, good cond
$40.00 Call 771-2917

R REFRIGERATOR
-Whirlpool, 25cf,
side/side w/dispensor
$350. Stove 30" GE, drop
In, $225. Free D/W with
both. Almond 269-8085






FosMs & MORE!

EARTH GIFTS

1951 SimsnSt(904)3893690
Comr (i=SSnJUaAre


I ChfidCae


A OLD ICE CREAM/
MILK' METAL
<1/t CARRIER
Stamped sealtest 57'.
19 inches by 13. Great
condition. $20 Call 268-2482
OLD MILK CAN
24 Inches tall
with cap, stamped
'Wason MacDonald,
Mass. Great condition $22
Call 268-2482



, COMPAQ ATHLON XP
3500+512 Meg-ddr
t i 160 GIgHd DVD-+rw
D/L Burner
91nl-Card Reader 6USB
2.0 19"Monltor
Key-M-Spk Wheeled
desk+ chair PD $1k
Sell $479 904-589-0299



HP-M1170 P4-3OHz
1.5GB media center,
l tune B, remote record
Swatch cableeo 2003
2 DVD drives 17" monitor
$290 OBO 779-7327
SONY 26" COLOR
TV, VCR &
Nintendo 64 w/5
games, good cond.
All for $54 904-610-4288

TWO KICKER COMP
VR SPEAKERS
in custom box
27 1/2"x13" $150.00
Call 334-4932
TWO MTX THUNDER
5500 SPEAKERS
W/ two MTX 400 watt
oamps, custom box
38"x15 1/2" $700.00
Call 334-4932



ARLINGTON - A Men's
Den of antique small
engine parts, shop &
handtoots, fishing rods,
lures, & tackle, hunting,
boating & camping; 14ft
Stumpknocker & 1Sft
Thunder Bird. Decor
planters, & Clivia,
ENTIRE HOUSE-OOLD
massage beds & handi-
capped accessories.
Fri-Sun 11/30,12/1 &
12/2. 8a-Sp 112 Johnston
Ave. NO PREVIEWS.
B. Langston Presents
E. ARLINGTON
Classics, Contemp &
Antq furn, china, por-
celain, military, '93
Blazer, Christmas, Jew-
elry, some tools, 12161
Roundham Ln. Off
Monument, by Hidden
Hills, Wed 5-7pm,
Thurs-Fri 9-5, Sat 8-1.
www.blangston.com
CEDAR HILLS- 6504
Barmer. House full. Fri
Sat 8a ? www.pleasant-
cove.net 904-631-1278



BED A Boa Baa Sleep w/
No Sheep.Qn Pillow $135
top, NEW 674-0405
BED A Bargain $
New Queen Matt
Still In Plastic 307-1765
BED A Beaut Cherry
Sleigh Bed w/Matt $350
All New 674-0405
BED - Roll-a-way Bed
removable mattress
cover $25. 904-724-1910
4 BUNKBEDSET
iw/desk. Seally
mattresses Incid, $450.
Couch $100; Lazyboy
recliners $100 each;
Desk $10. Call Jeff 505-4067
COUCH AND
LOVESEAT
[IL Khaki $400. Green
leather recliner $25.
60" Magnavox Prolectipn
TV $250. Ottoman $20.
Call 806-543-4976
DINING TABLE AND
CHAIRS; Sony 26 Inch
t color TV, Bose 700
series speakers. Best
Offer(llke new)-(904)610-4288

HOMEDICS MAS-
SAGE RECLINER
t black, assembled
ready to enjoy, heat
& massage $125.00
Call 278-9177
4 Hooker Solid
Mahogany Enter-
t tainment Center
Fits 27" TV, 2-dr
wood, 1-dr glass,
1-drawer 56w 46h 21d
$150269-1478


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KITCHEN TABLE
4 choirs $125.00. Reese
hitch weight dist. bars
$100.00. Draw tite tow
bar $75.00. 291-2159
LEATHER COUCH
& CHAIR with
Ottoman, like new
made by Plexsteel
Nubuck leather $1,000
Call 904-264-9984
MATTRESS A Queen Set.
Brand New in plastic
$125 Must sell 904-674-0405
MATTRESS FULL Size
Brand New Must Sell $o
Call Darren 307-1765
MATTRESS King Size
Still In Plastic $150
Must sell 307-1765
4 MOVING SALE
Oak dinette set ,
$60; Cherry water
bed(Calif. King) &
dresser; twin beds;
leave message 318.8384
SINGER SEWING
MACHINE old
1 treadle type. Two
drawers. Nice
working cond.Sew or use
as table $165. 268-2482
SOFA & LOVE SEAT
oversized, cream tweed
fabric. $600. Beautiful
sofa, endtbl & eI cock-
tail tbl, granite top w/
oak carved sides & legs.
$700. Dinning trundle tbl
solid oak w/2 18" ext. &
6 chrs, $500. Qn bed
w/PT mattress, boxsprg
& frame, $175. Wing-
back chr w/ottoman, It
grn $100. Nightstd &
chest dk Walnut $125. All
in Mint Cond. Can email
photos 904-461-5262
SOFA SLEEPER AND
CHAIR rarely used,
k neutral colors, light
blue & tank weave.
$200.00 885-2011
4 WICKER
LOVESEAT &
1 CHAIR w/ 2 tables,
great cond w/ blue
cushions. Never outside
$125.00 Call 278-9177



AVONDALE - YARD
SALEII Games, toys,
TV, mtn. bike, clothes &
more. Cats for adoption.
3889 Walsh St. Sot. 8-2
MANDARIN Sat
Dec.1 8am at 12998
Mandarin Point Ln.
Furn, clothes, 2 TV,
toys, framed pictures,
Christmas decor, 52gal
fish tank & fish, books,
tablecloths, bedding &
lots more.
MIDDELBURG- 4452 Eli
Whitney Drive, Fri/Sat
8-2, furn, kit Items,
sporting & yd eqpt, Ig
assist of Christmas
decor, H'hold stuff
MIDDLEBURG - Christ-
mas and more IRISH-
WOOD CT in Glen Lau-
rel Subdv. 9a-12n, Sat.
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Placel
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
AVON $10.00 Ki To Start
0 -.n Buse.-i .5.ji27
S Ina Sa'le 7 eo '
XIra II lor !Ihe holiday!
www.youravon.com/cstegall



SFor Sale Murray
32" Riding Mower
F 11HP $250.00 Call




-$6850; SS Date-lust
$1650l; Oyster $1450
Mans ket$2S/Gd $3250, ;TLad
lfors $29500 . Call 282-8178



, BARBIE3-PIECE
TWIN SHEET SET
$/ A$10.00; Barbie bal-
lerina matching
blanket $20.00;Take both
for $25.00 Call 272-4227
4 SOCCER CLEATS
Adidas youth size 1,
tb h. black & white,
excellent cond due
to minimal usage $20.00
Call 272-4227


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



AB LOUNGE
Great cond $75.00 OBO
619-2417 Cardio Cruiser
by Body By Joke $50.00
OBO 619-2417
Boys Chrome
Colored Bike 16"
Outstanding cond,
$30- 904-610-4288

PAGAN & WICCAN
Books- Supplies

EARTH GIFTS

1951 StimsonSt (904)3893690

GARFIELD GLASS
MUGS- 40 for $25.00
Call 781-7076
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
STABLE w/queue's $350.
t Paint ball equip $150.
Call 317-9911 James
4 UTILITY
TRAILER 4'x8'
Newly rebuilt, new
tires, wheels
bearings, marine grade
plywood & Teflon. $350.00
Firm. 912-576-4029



NEW AGE BOOKS MUSIC
GIFTS & MORE

EARTH GIFTS

1951 S0imson St (904)389-3690
0erof10O/Stliisai&SuanJ�Ae
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141



BOYS 16" BMX BIKE
Golf clubs, baseball &
tennis equjip.(lke new).
Call (904) 610-4288
, GIANT ROAD BIKE
Almost new, low low
mileage, some spare
parts $600.00 358-8714
GUNS -AR-15, $675. AK47
$329. 800 assorted rifles,
shotguns, handguns.
Lowest prices 282-8178
SEE 30-40 DEER PROM
YOUR TREE STAND
-Williamsburg County,
SC. Season 9/1 to 1/1. We
have 15 properties for
sale 16 acres to 250
acres! BIG WOODS
LAND CO. 843-991-5511



AIRLINE TICKET
VOUCHERS 1/2 price
anywhere, last minute
OK! 702-677-5576








* Adopt a Pet
* Pets & Supplies
* Livestock & Supplies
* Animals Wanted




AKITAS TO YORKIES
SEE PUPPIES @
www.thepuppyscene.com
HUGE HOLIDAY
3 DAY SALE!
Payment Plan 904.298.1105
1045 Blanding Blvd., OP

AUSSIE -X To Yorkies
Sale $299-up
$100 off puppies
Bulldogs, Pomns, Poodles,
Cockers & Shih-tzus
262-4646
www.petworldpets.com
BICHON PUPS AKC, Vet
checked, S/W, 2 adorable
M's. 912-858-3541/430-4862
BULL MASTIFF -AKC
REG.M, red, stud svc
$1000 352-281-9902
ChlhuahuahuaMaltese,Yor-
kies,Pom/Papl,Blk
Shepherd plus,Peking-
eseMin Dach,Cocker
Poohs,AmBulldaog,Spitz
699-8836
DOBERMAN -AKC pups,
tails docked, dew claws
removed, s/w, $450
850-997-0739


Boats
Sailboats
Boat Dockage &
Rentals
Marine Equipment
and Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's and Supplies
Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
Antiques/Classics
Automobiles
ftucks/nrailers/SUV's
Vans/Buses
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Tiucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease



SEARAY'04 21'
85 hours. $17,990,
$299/mo. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
16' DIXIE BASS
1992 85HP, Yamaha
low hrs $3,500.00
Call 908-0456 leave
message if no one home.
1 8' Cobla '97 11 5hp
Yamaha! Runs great,
trailer CC $8500. 762-9820
19.5' FOUR WINNS
OPEN BOW
175HP Johnson
outboard, trailer indd
$5,000 Call 904-613-1326


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600


AUDI JACKSONVILLE
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000



BENTLEY - ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
LongwoodlOrlando FI 407-339-3443


TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
6914 Blanding Blvd 777-2500


GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
PARKER CADILLAC
375 Belz Outlet Blvd. (904)824-9181


COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
PINEVIEW CHEVROLET
Macdclenny 259-6117

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454


ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Femrn Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters


4 DOBERMAN PUP-
PIES black/tan
available
Dec 1st POP con-
tact 282-6984 for more
into.
FRENCH BULLDOGS
AKC, M/ F both brindle
$1500 386-623-4720
GOLDEN RETRIEVERS
AKC -Dep now, ready
Dec 6. will hold till 24th
6-left 2F/4M $500/$450
ph # 591-9029
HIMALAYAN/PERSIAN
KITTENS -Pet & show
qlty. Blue, flame, seal
Pts avail. CFA. Health
cert. $175 & up. 777-8010
4 KITTEN adorable
black female, 6 wks
ti abandoned- needs
home & lap for tummy
rubs & purring. 571-0459/
289-4307/542-2766 x125
PITT BULL- Razors
Edge Gotti, 100%, shots,
papers $350 392-5739
www.petworldpets.com
POODLE, STANDARD
Puppies AKC, H/C, M/F
$550-$750. 352-489-3733
Yorkie Pups AKC, shots
& health cert. $800 & up
Live Oak FI 386-776-2865.


31' FORMULA CRUISER
- '86 Two 454's, full gal-
lev, full head, ac/heat,
sips 4, elect, could be
live-aboard. $23,500
0:355-0515 H :733-0435




AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462.3039
1-800-541-6439
9 COACHMAN 28'
1992 5th wheel, exc
cond, new floor/
roof/ AC & heat,
15yrs old, $1600 aBO
284-0047
COACHMAN 28' 5th
wheel- New AC
heat/ref. No leaks,
Good cond. GCS
$2000 904-284-0047
4, TERRY 24' 1995
Camper. Sleeps four.
Great cond. No leaks.
S Ready to roll. Moving
overseas. $6,500 OBO. 349-2799




ARTIC CAT (50)
4-WHEELER.
EXCELLENT CON-
DITION AND RUNS
GREAT. CALL FOR
MORE INFO
$1000(904) 219-7149
4 , HARLEY DAVIDSON
VRSCAW V-ROD '07
1800 mli, black, extra
Harley parts on bike,
ext. warranty, asking $15,800
269-2004
HD HERITAGE SOFT-
TAIL '05, Extras, 11kml,
$14,900 obo. 838-1336
HD SOFTTAIL '06, Mint
cond., black cherry,
3kml, $16,250 obo. 838-1336
HONDA - ATV, 2 250
Recons, '05, $1800ea obo.
237-1068
HONDA SHADOW
� VT600 '05
2500 miles,
windshield, engine
guards, great mileage,
$4,000 OBO 904-260-9721
, HONDA SHADOW
/ I VLX '05
,; Low ml, windshield,
engine guards,
excellent cond, $4,000
OBO. Call 904-260-9721
HONDA VT1100
TOURER '01
t custom motorcycle,
beautiful paint lob,
many extras, $6500 OBO
289-4307/571-1208 Must Sell!
SUZUKI LTZ400 '06
8 hrs, new cond,
garage kept, first
service done, $4,900.00
284-5258/ 514-4381
TRIUMPH SPEED
TRIPLE '05
Ml 7k ml, showroom cond.
SMust see. Asking $6,200
OBO Call John 904-594-5931


PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Sprngs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673


NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 8544826
CO-GIN GMC TRUCKS

9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502


COGGIN HONDA ON ATANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy. 1S. 1-800456-1689
I& HONDA
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900
LOU SOBH HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277
VALLEY HONDA
178 Altama Connector
Brunswick, GA 877-933-1833


HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityautomotive.com



JAGUAR JACKSONVILLE
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
VALLEY JEEP
178 Altama Connector
Brunswick, GA 877-933-1833
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Femrn Bch. 1-800-228-7454



RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078


LAMBORGHINI - ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando FI 407-339-3443


D YAMAHA TOUR
DELUXE '07 Only
300 mi, must sell,
need quick cash.
Paid $15,900 will sell
$14,900. Ron 553-3249
YAMAHA V-MAX '00
custom motorcycle,
\ many extras, $5,500,
OBO pictures at
tomtwardzik@msn.com
571-1288/289-4307 Must Sell!




LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL
S MARK V '79
Not a wimpy little
import! Chrome grill,
rims & bumpers. 400-cc
engine. Only 21k mi!
904-576-0112


ACURA INTEGRA LS '00
auto, moonroof, lust
traded $7988 371-4739
~( ACURA RL '05
Nay, CD, like new
$32,680 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
' ACURA TL '06 BIk/
tan, fully equipped.
$27,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( ACURA TSX '07.
6spd, like new
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S'%� ASTON MARTIN
K VANTAGE '06
!7 4K miles, like new!
$95,000. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
AUDI A6 WAGON
3.2 Quattro '06.
Lthr, CD, sunroof,
like new $36,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'� BMW 325ci '04
SConvertible, White
$24,500. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
(y BMW 325i '06
9 Premium pkg, fully
equipped. $29,890
998.0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


LAND ROVER JACKSONVILLE
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


NORTH FLORIDA UNCOUI MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
MIKE SHAD FORD

LINCOLN MERCURY
700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673


LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofjacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992



TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
MAZDA CITY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautomotive.com



COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
MIKE SHAD NiSSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1South, St Aug. 04-7949990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400



COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
NALLEY PONTIAC-GMC
178 Altama Connector
Brunswick, GA 877-933-1833
NIMNICHT PONTIAC- GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826


BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155



ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO

895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.

Longwood/Odando RFl 407-339-3443




NIMNICHT SAAB

7999 Blanding Blvd. Jax

904-778-7700 www.nimnicht.com


" BMW325i'04
White, automatic
$21,500. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
� BMW 325i '04
White, automatic
$21,500. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
BMW 7401L '01 White 62K
miles Garaged Orig
owner - Mint! $18,500
Call (904) 285-9491
_' BMW 745i '04
B, - Black, loaded
$42,500. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
BUICK LESABRE
'98. $7990. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
BUICK PARK AVE
9 ULTRA '03. Leather
CD, sunroof. $13,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S~ � Cadillac STS '05
Gold, 20K miles,
Navigation.
$28,750594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com

Silver, low miles,
must see $10,950
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
CHEVY CORVETTE '04
6spd, leather, 7000 miles
$33,988 371-4739
(y CHEVY COR-
VETTE '06 Z06
Red/blk, Nov, fully
equp. $63,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
e Chevy Corvette
'06. Red, only 2K
! miles, auto, like
new $40,999. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
CHEVY IMPALA '06 4dr,
very low miles. Must
sell fast, take over pyts
$239/mo. WAC. 403-4413

Looking for responsible
party to assume monthly
payments of $268/month
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606


|� * ,DIETRICK GLOVER

Tom Bush Regency Motors "RETIRED USAF"
9850 Atlantic Boulevard Sales/Lease Advisor (New & Used)
Jacksonville, Florida 32225
Office: (904) 371-4737 ALL CREDIT
Toll Free: (800) 542-1996 APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED
Cell: (904) 233-7107 L t me"help you wt hyour
dletrickalover@tombush.com -7.1 e urllll
YOUR MILITARY COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVE


SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145

SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071

SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200



SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI


1285 Cassat Ave.


389-7700


CITY SUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.ctyautomotive.com



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762

COGGIN TOYOTA - AVENUES


10564 Philips Hwy.


262-0338


KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Wells Road 269-2603

TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
www.beachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

Lexus of Jacksonville

Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

Tom Bush BMW
9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491






JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER

JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000

WORLD IMPORTS
www.woridimportsusa.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


CHEVY MALIBU '06
$13,990, $229/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
CHEVY PICKUP
SSR '06
Cony, blue &
chrome, loaded
12,900 mi, $39,200 or pay
off. Call 278-6251 for Info.
( CHRYSLER 300
Touring '07. Like
new, save thou-
sands $22,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
9 CHRYSLER 300
'06 Touring. White
$19,959. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
CHRYSLER 300M '07
Very nice, low ml. Must
sell fast, take over pyts
$289/mo WAC. 403-4413
S% CHRYSLER
CROSSFIRE '05
Blue Limited Con-
vertible $22,400. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
CHRYSLER 300M
'99. $7990, $129/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
DODGE CALIBER RT '07
AWD, fully equip, lust
traded $17,988 371-4739
DODGE NEON SXT '03
4 door, auto, iust traded
$8788 371-4739
DODGE NEON SRT-4 '05
fully equipped, low
mileage $17,988 371-4739
4, DODGE STEALTH
'93 5spd, manual
V6, 3.0 liter, 105k
mi, exc cond $2,700
Call 338-1264
~( FORD 500 LTD
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $15,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(7 FORD MUSTANG
GT '06. Only 6K mi,
Ithr, fully equipped
$24,980. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD MUSTANG
'97. 63,000 mi. $7990,
$159/mo. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota


Kbb $91,200
Value priced at
$81,959
2008 S63 AMG
Stock #25901a
Rare Black on Black
Orig. MSRP $136,160
Value priced at
$129,959

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

* Car Fax proudly
displayed on
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pearl white, hard
top. $24,995. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA CIVIC LX '05
special edition, 5spd, like
new $14,988 371-4739

HONDA FIT '07 EX 4dr
Very clean,low mi, must
sell fast, take over pyts
$189/mo WAC. 403-4413
JAGUAR X-TYPE 3.0
AWD '04 Ithr.moonrf, lust
traded $18,988 371-4739
( JAGUAR XKR S/C
Cony '05. Like new
$40,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 JETTA WAGON GLS
'04 diesel. 35k. Silver/
ge rey leather. Loaded!
Many extras! Hate
selling! Moving overseas.
$18,500. 349-2799
LEXUS LS400 97, Coach
Ed. beige w/ivory trim,
exc. cond., 1 owner,
garaged, 84,410 miles,
$11,249. 904-280-7747
MAZDA 626 '02
Great first car! $4,991
1-800-709-6185
MAZDA MILLENIA
'99. Loaded. $6990
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
MAZDA MIATA '95
Leather, hardtop, 58,000
miles $8988 371-4739
MAZDA MIATA '01
auto, fully equipped, like
new $10,988 371-4739
MAZDA PROTEGE '02
Very clean, low miles.
$5995. Call 403-4413





Mercedes-Benz


3.9%
on Select Certified
Mercedes Benz with
approved credit

1998 E320
Value priced at
$9.959
2004 ML350
Stock#255041al
Value priced at
$18,959
Special Purchase
2002 E320
Wagon
Stock #u12282
kbb price $25,305
value priced at
$19,959
2003 E320
Sedan
Stock#u12301
Orig. MSRP $49,875
Value priced at
$19,959
2005 C230
Sport Sedan
Stock# u12290
Orig. MSRP $34,930
Value priced at
$23,959
2005 C240
Wagon
Navigation. Stock
#25721a
Kbb $28,300
Value priced at
$26,959
2006 E350
Luxury Sedan
Starting from
$34,959
Over 5 to choose
2002 GS00
Stock #25526a
kbb price $37,980,
value priced at
$34,959
2004 CLK55
Cabriolet
Stock# u12289
Value priced at
$37,959
2004 CLK500
Cabriolet
Stock# 25734a
Kbb $42,550
Rare deslgno mocha
Value priced at
$39,959
2005 CLK 320
Cabriolet
Stock #u12315
Orig. MSRP $87,410
Value priced at
$39,959
2007 R350
Stock #25718a
Just 400 miles
Kbb $46,580
Value priced at
$42,959
2004 S500
Stock �u12338
Kbb $80,490
Value priced at
$43,959
2004 SL500
Stock #u 12313
Kbb $84,075
Value priced at
$51,959
2007 CLK550
Cabriolet
Bright Red, 382HP.
Stock #u12317
Orig. MSRP $86,725
Value priced at
$49,959
2007 E550
Stock *u12361
Kbb $89,100
Value priced at
$52,959
2007 GL450
Stock #2876Ba
Original MSRP $63,328
Value priced at
$55,959
2006 CLS500
Stock #25777a
kbb price $80,500,
value priced at
$56,959
2005 S55 AMG
Stock #25926a
Kbb $73,325
Value priced at
$59,959
2007 S550
Stock *u12007b
Orig. MSRP $90,028
Value priced at
$73,959
6 others to choose
2007 E63 AMG
Only 5800 miles
Kbb $87,675
Value priced at
$74,959
2007 SL550
Stock�25837a







JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 29, 2007


MAZDA RX8 '05
factory certified, lust
traded $18,987 371-4739
MERCEDES SL500 '06
fully loaded, low ml
$38,991 1-800-709-6185
MERCEDES CLK500 '05
Convertible. Only 15,000
miles. Mint! $39,991
1-800-709-6185
MERCEDES 560 SEL -'87,
silver w/blue Ithr, looks
new, drives new, 153k
ml, $7500 Cold air, all
options, new JVC radio
stereo C,D Mp3,
912-399-3477 St. Simons
Island Ga.
MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS LS '97 Lthr,
41k ml, $6988 371-4739
S MERCURY
GRAND MARQUIS
I LS '99 White, 34k
ml, leather Interior,
gorgeous, senior driven,
garage kept. $9,500
Call 904-576-0112
MITSUBISHI GALANT
ES '01 Auto, fully equip.,
lust traded $5988 371-4739
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE.
GT SPYDER '01 auto,
fully equip. $8988 371-4739
; MITSUBISHI
1ECLIPSE '06. Fully
equipped. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SNISSAN ALTIMA
GXE '96 Only 25k
t ml!I One owner,
senior driven,
garage kept, 4-cyl,
beige, immaculate!
$7,800. Call 904-576-0112
SNISSAN MAXIMA
SE '00 Black w/ 17"
alloy rims, 90k mi,
garage kept,
leather interior, moving
overseas. $10,500.
Call 904-576-0112
� NISSAN MAXIMA
'07 3.5, fully
equipped. $21,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN MAXIMA
'02. See this onet
$12,990, $209/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
NISSAN SENTRA '07 4dr,
low mi, very clean. Must
sell fast, take over pyts
$218/mo WAC. 403-4413
NISSAN SENTRA
'02. $7990, $159/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
OLDS 98 '96 Regency
elite, Lthr, moonrf, low
mileage $4988 371-4739
O PONTIAC
SUNFIRE GT '99
Conv, only 29k ml!
Senior driven,
garage kept. Red, 2-dr,
4-cyl, $8,200. Call
576-0112

SE only $23k
Must see $6950
Caoggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
SATURN SKY '08
Auto, leather, 500 miles
$26,988 371-4739
TOYOTA CAMRY XLE
'04 auto, 36,000 mi, fully
equip. $16,988 371-4739
TOYOTA CAMRY '07
Very nice, low mi, got to
sell fast, take over pyts
$279/mo WAC 403-4413
TOYOTA CAMRY '02
Very clean, low miles.
Must sell $8995 or take
over pymts $189/mo.
WAC. Call 403-4413
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '08
Only 5K miles, full fac-
tory warranty. $19,,991
1-800-709-6185
TOYOTA COROLLA
LE '01. $10,990,
$179/111o. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
TOYOTA COROLLA
G GTS '91. $5990
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota,
TOYOTA ECHO '05 4dr,
low miles. Must sell,
take over pymts
$149mo. WAC 4J3j s3


TOYOTA MATRIX XL
'05. Very low ml. Must
sell fast, take over pyts
$189/mo. WAC. 403-4413
� TOYOTA MATRIX
'04. $12,990, $209/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
� VOLKSWAGEN
GTI VR6 '05
" 6spd, leather, sun-
roof, Z-81, only 23K mi.
$16,500 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
'05. Conv. TURBO GLS
$16,991 1-800-709-6185
VOLVO C70
CONVERTIBLE
'01. $11,990, $199/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
VOLVO S40 '06 6spd,
14,000 miles, lust traded
$21,988 371-4739

White, grt car only $7450
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
S VOLVO S90 '97
Burgundy 75k ml,
4 garage kept. Driven
by my daughter,
recent college grad.
$8,100 Call 904-576-0112
VW CABRIO '99
5spd, AC, lust traded
$6988 371-4739

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Better Service,
Better Warranty,
Better Vehicles
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Better Prices
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Silver, Leather &
loaded only $24,950
Coofln Pontiac GMC on


DODGE DAKOTA
Laramie Quad Cab '05 V8
Bed Cover $18,988 371-4739
� DODGE
DAKOTA '06
Laramie Club Cab.
V8 Magnum, only 13K
miles. $16,900 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
� Dodge Durango
'04. Burgundy, SLT
S 4x4, 27K miles
$14,900. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
� Dodge Durango
'04. Burgundy, SLT
11 4x4, 27K miles
$14,900. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
r DODGE RAM 1500
'05. Hemi, 4dr, like
new $16,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Quad 5.7L Hemi, blue,
XXX Clean I only $16,450
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
DODGE SPRINTER - '06,
2500, white, 7500ml, priv
owner. 833,900 568-1235


I $5000.00/OBO

FORD ECONOLINE'07
Cargo Work Van $15,991
1-800-709-6185
4 P FORD EXPLORER
EDDIE BAUER '06
1 Premium pkg in
pristine condl Only
8,400 ml. Purchased for
my mother. $22,950. Call
904-576-0112
FORD EXPLORER '03
Sportrac 4x4. $14,991
1-800-709-6185


FORD EXPEDI-
S TION '05 XLT Lthr,
CD, pwr 3rd row
seats $20,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
& FORD EXPLORER
XLT '02 $10,800 gold w/
4j1 tan leather Interior.
Exc cond. One owner.
Have aoil maintenance
records. Call 322-7064

Eddie Bauer, Black
Absolutely spotless I
only $15,890
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
FORD F150 '01 Extra Cab
XLT V8 Auto, fully
equipped $8988 371-4739
FORD F150 XCAB 4x4 '03
Very clean, must sell
fast, take over pmyts
$289/mo. WAC. 403-4413
FORD FP150 XLT '97
X-Cab. $5991
1-800-709-6185
FORD F250 '08 Crew cab
Lariat, 4x4, diesel, low
ml, $42,988 371-4739
FORD F250 XLT '01
Supercab, V8, lust traded
, $9988. 371-4739
FORD F350 LARIAT '02
4x4 dually, CC. $17,991
1-800-709-6185
GMC ENVOY Denali '06
Fully loaded. $24,991
1-800-709-6185

Pewter, leather &
loaded only $13,950
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
F,� GMC YUKON
1.- '05 Denali XL Nay,
1" DVDm AWD,
loaded $31,900. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
� GMC YUKON '05
Leather, CD, futly
equipped, wht/tan.
$20,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


A GMC YUKON
DANALI '07. Black
& tan, Navigation,
2 DVD's upgraded
chrome wheels. $44,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
l7 GMC YUKON
X DANALI '07. White
& tan, Navigation,
DVD, chrome wheels.
$45,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA CRV '03
Looks & runs great
$13,991 1-800-709-6185
HONDA CRV '01
Super clean. $8990,
$139/mo. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
HONDA ELEMENT
'06. $18,990, $329/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
SHONDA RIDGEL-
INE '07 RTL. Sun-
roof, fully equip,
only 15,000 miles. $27,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� HUMMER H2 '03
Black/tan, fully
equipped $28,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Yellow, ride
in luxury $27,950
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
HYUNDAI SANTA FE '05
Excellent cond. $12,491
1-800-709-6185
(� JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE
Overland '04. Fully
equip $19,890 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

4WD, LTD, green ltd,
leather, only $7450
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
JEEP LIBERTY 4X4
SPORT '04 V6 Auto, fully
equipped $11,988 371-4739


JEEP LIBERTY
4x4 LIMITED '04
Silver w/ moonroof,
fully loaded Only
44k ml, garage kept,
non-kmoker. $15,600. Call
904-576-0112

( JEEP PATRIOT
'07 Only 16K miles.
$17,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JEEP WRANGLER '98
Sahara. Both Tops. $9991
1-800-709-6185
JEEP WRANGLER
SAHARA '98. $9990,
$159/mo. 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
H� LLINCOLN
NAVIGATOR
'04. White. 30,000
mi. $23,900. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
'04. DVD, Nov. $22,991
1-800-709-6185
MAZDA 3 '04
4 door, auto, lust traded
$9988 371-4739
6MAZDA TRIBUTE
'02. $9990, $159/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
MITSUBISHI MONTERO
SPORT ES '03 V6, auto,
43,000 ml $11,488 371-4739
MITSUBISHI MONTERO
SPORT '01 Low mileage
lust traded $8988 371-4739
� MITSUBISHI
MONTERO '00
$10,990, $179/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
NISSAN FRONTIER SE
V6 '02 King Cab, desert
runner, $9988 371-4739
NISSAN SENTRA 1.8S '04
auto, fully equipped, lust
traded $9988 371-4739


NISSAN XTERRA XE '03
V6, auto, lust traded
371-4739

2DR, red, gas saver
Looking for responsible
party to assume pay-
ments of $168 per month
Coggin Pontlac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER
LTD V8 '05 Moonrf, Ithr,
like new $21,988 371-4739
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER SRS
'05 V8 4x4, Ithr, moonrf,
29,000 ml $23,988 371-4739
S TOYOTA
RUNNER '06
Low ml, like new.
$23,890. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA FJ CRUISER
4x4 '07 auto, fully equip,
xtra sharp $25,988 371-4739
TOYOTA LAND
CRUISER '00 Lthr,mnrf,
3rd seat $17,988 371-4739
TOYOTA RAV4 '06 Black,
leather, spoiler, very
low miles, must sell
fast, take over pymts
$269/mo. 'WAC 403-4413
TOYOTA RAV4 '02
$15,990, $269/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
TOYOTA SEQUOIA LTD
'04 third seat, Ithr, lust
traded $25,988 371-4739
TOYOTA TUNDRA -'06,
dbl cab, loaded, hard
cover, 15k ml, $24,500
282-0128
TOYOTA TUNDRA '04
XCab, low miles, must
sell, take over pmyts
$239/mo. WAC. 403-4413
TOYOTA TUNDRA '06
4dr, very low miles,
must sell fast, take over
pmyts $218/mo.WAC.
Call today 403-4413


TOYOTA TUN-
DRA '07 I-Force.
Leather, Nay, XM,
9000 miles. $27,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR5S
'04 V8, 3rd seat, Ithr, Just
traded $22,988 371-4739

Hurry $8890
Cogieln Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-5506606


'03 Limited 4WD, V6
white, leather, sunroof,
o Anywhere only $15,450
Coggln Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
TOYOTA SEQUOIA LTD
'04 Leather, moonroof,
3rd seat $26,988 371-4739
SVOLVO XC90 '04
Lthr, CD, sunroof,
only 45,000 miles.
$24,890 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


'06 White, Low miles I
Must see $14,950
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606





* Honda Odyssey
'06. Black, loaded
' $26,700. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com


650,620


Hours



Besides protecting our country, military

personnel stationed in our communities

donated 650,620 hours of volunteer

service in Northeast Florida and

Southeast Georgia last year. Their time

was given to community organizations,

church groups, youth activities, scouting

and more.


Thank you!


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0 BMW X5'03
Silver, 4. 4L V8
$26,500. 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
BMW X5 '04
Excellent cond. $27,991
1-800-709-6185
CADILLAC ESCALADE
'02 Leather, moonroof,
3rd seat $18,988 371-4739
CHEVY 1500 Z71 '02
$17,990, $249/mo.
* 797-8800
Lighthouse Toyota
CHEVY BLAZER LTZ '02
4dr, leather, low miles,
must sell fast, take over
pmyts $139/mo.WAC.
Call today 403-4413

W/T LWB, White, very
clean only $11,950
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
f CHEVY SIL-
VERADO '04 SLT
only 30,000 miles,
4x4, tonneau cover
$20,980 $998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Gray, take the whole
family $11,950
Coggin Pontiac GMC on
Atlantic 1-888-550-6606
CHEVY TAHOE LT '99
Leather, Dual AC, Like
new $6988 371-4739
CHEVY TAHOE '01 3rd
seat, low mi, moving
must sell $7995. 403-4413
1S�CHEVY TAHOE
Z71 '03 AWD
Sunroof, Bose,
leather, loaded, low
miles. $20,959 594-9022
www.brumosporsche.com
CHEVY TAHOE '98
4x4, very clean.
$99990, $159/mo.
797-8800
Lighthouse Tovola


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