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Creation Date: March 1, 1962
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Navy Changes Shore Duty Tours For 17 Rates



,
The Navy has announcedthat
it will lengthen shore! four year maximum tour to a of requirements ashore versus at lengths. "Upon future analysis, new tour lengths: PNC, 48 now
new high 'of 54 months. ..' sea for the rates in question, the other changes to the shore tour 54; DKC, 36 now 42; JOC, 48-
duty tours for 17 rates to
vide "increased stability pro-at The changes will become effective shore tours are being lengthenedto lengths or expansion to include 54; DMC, 1, 2, 48-54; BRC, 24-30;
for those individuals provide increased stability at additional rates may be war- ADJ1
sea.. EAC, 24-30; ADJC, 36-42; ,
addition whose tour lengths expire on or sea," the announcement said. ranted," it stated.
four of the rates- 3642; AE3, 24-30; AG3, 24-30;
PNC, JOC, DMC 1, 2, and DTC- after October 1, 1962. The door was also left open Here is a list of rates with the HMC, 42-48; HM1, 42-48; HM2,
depart from the long standard "In view of the preponderance for further changes in tour number of months for old and
36-42; 11M3, 36-42; DTC, 48-54;

DT2 30-36 and DT3, 3036.In .
i
the case of personnel already -

reported on SHOREVEY
I :
whose tours were extended by

the new order, the Navy asked
JAR s1
that a "speedletter report" be

forwarded to the Chief of Naval

Personnel and the appropriate

Enlisted Personnel Distribution

Office giving the individual'snew

Vol. 19 No. 46 U. S. NAS Jacksonrill. Fla. 1 March 1962 shore tour completion date.
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:: Military Code Hits



Bad Check CashingMembers


of the Armed Forces became liable on March

1 to the new provisions of Article 123a of the Uniform Codeof

Military Justice that deals with "making, drawing, or
uttering check, draft or order without sufficient funds."
j
The new provisions were

< Regs For Entry passed by the 87th Congress last
October 4, to become effectiveon
"the first day of the fifth
To Air Station
month following the month in
which it was enacted."

Are Tightened The new section says: "Any

As a result of a change to NAS person subject to this chapter
Jax Intt. S512.1F. "introduction who --:

ALLIED OFFICERS COMING HERE-Flit*en foreign officers from, seven different couniriti of personnel and property. onto "((1)) For the procurement of
currently enrolled at the Nary Supply Corps School Athens, Ga.. will arrive here March 12 for the Air Station" Marine gate any article or thing of value with
an additional three weeks of training. They ail (left to right front row), LT Waller Kuemmelof sentries will pass only guests of the intent to defraud; or
Germany LCDR Jan Helge Rile Lolland of Norway LCDR Malik M. Moan of Pakistan; LCDR resident personnel for whom "((2) For the payment of any
H. G. Packard Head of the Foreign Officer Training Program at Athens; LCDR Jorgen Chrlsi
iansen of Denmark and LT ,Anthanasios Yannopoulos of Greece; second row (left to right), LTJG prior arrangements have been past due obligation, or for any
. Nejat Ebcioglu of Turkey, LTJG Andrew Lagos of, ,Greece; LTJG Emmanuel Mandoubalos of made and business represenla- other purpose, with the intentto
Greece; LT KothI P. H. Kuttr of Pakistan and LT Kurt Burchardt of Germany; third row (left Lives to the Station. deceive; makes, draws, utters,
to right), LT Torben Dahl of Denmark; ENS Enrique P. Pisarro of Chile; ENS Vinicio J. Vega of "oi
Chile; LTJG Tavltn Ece of Turkey and LTJG Namik Darcan of Turkey. All other persons such as mm'I' or delivers any checkL dralt,
tary personnel, their order for the payment of money

I and members of the general upon any bank or other depository -
15 Allied Naval Officers public arriving at the gate in for the payment of that

Wearing Of unregistered vehicles will be referred check, draft, or order in full
to the Security Office. upon its presentment, shall be

Will Train At NAS SupplyA Uniform Is Bldg. 9, where they will be re punished as a court-martial. may
quired to register with the Se. direct.

curity Office and make application "The making, drawing, uttering
group of 15 allied naval officers from seven different MandatoryRecent for a one-trip pass. I or delivering by a maker or

countries, undergoing a course of instruction at the Naval To avoid unnecessary delays drawer of a check, draft or order,
Supply Corps School at Athens, Ga., will spend three weeksat attention has been and to prevent traffic bottlenecksat payment of which is refused by
NAS Jax beginning_ Monday! March 12.: enlisted brought to the fact that Navy the main gate, all personnelwho the drawee because of insuffi-
The foreign officers nave spentnine personnel' living are eligible for permanent cient funds of the maker or
weeks at Athens where ashore are prohibited from vehicle stickers or decals are drawer in the drawee's possess-
I
NAS ChaplainWill they studied logistics of the U.S. traveling to or from work in urged to register their cars with ion or control is prima facie
attire.
civilian
Navy and in particular the prin- the Security Office. (Continued on page 6, col. 1))
ciples of the Navy Supply Sys- The appropriate Uniform-
LectureOn is the uniform
of-the-Day only -
tem. The three weeks here at
authorized for
NAS Jax will be spent in func- enteringor
CommunismChaplain tional training with the Supply I tion.leaving the naval reserva- M

Department before reporting to
I Personnel living aboard the
Mechanicsburg, Pa., for four :cr
Solomon Poupko,' Station and proceeding on or
weeks
training in inventory control -
NAS Jewish chaplain, will pre- point procedures before returning I returning from leave are authorized
sent series of ; to civilian clothes.
a three lectures wear
home. This training, it,
entitled "Communism A : : .
: Threat
is
pointed out, serves to better
or a Promise" at the Station It was further noted that
coordinate
the foreign nations'efforts
Theater, Building 612 during and the United States' in dungarees, flight and foul
March and April. weather clothing will not be
the common defense.
The chaplain is a native of While aboard the Station the worn while entering or leaving -

Russia and is said to be an out- group will also tour various departments I the naval reservation.

standing speaker on the ideal- and tenant activities,
ogy of Communism.The visit other naval activities in the -

lectures are being givenin area attend civic meetings and VADM Raborn Is
an effort to alert naval
per- visit points of interest in North
sonnel of NAS Jax to the past Florida. The Supply Department
present and future intent and will host the group. I Named To Post
accomplishments of this perni- Three separate classes of for-I
cious idealogy whose ultimate eign naval officers convene at I As Deputy CNO .
aim is world domination.All .
the Navy 'Supply Corps School :
ship's company naval per- it Athens each year. To date 345 I Vice Admiral William F. Ra-

sonnel, officer and enlisted, are officers representing 33 countries j born, who played a major role
required to attend all three lec- have been trained. This is the in developing the Navy's Po- IIiT

tures at some time during the 21st class. | laris missile has been designated ._;':,t k

scheduled presentation.The Senior member of the groups Deputy Chief of Naval Operationsfor MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GLOVE-CDR John D. Exum.
lectures will be held from LCDR Malik Moin of Pakis-I Development.The Sr. appears to be a mighty happy man as he receives a gold.
0900 to 1000 on Monday, Tues- t*n. He speaks English, Urdu, White House announcedthat plated baseball glove from Miss Adelaide Smith. "Miss Mayportof
day and Thursday of each week, Persian and Arabic. President Kennedy has approved 1962." The trophy was awarded to skipper Exum and his
crew of the destroyer USS Noa as a symbol of achievement for
beginning on Monday March 5, Other officers in the group in- the new assignment for their recovery of astronaut John Glenn and the space capsule
and continuing through April 5. (Please turn to page 6. col. 1)) Admiral Raborn. "Friendship 7" from the Atlantic on February 20.



1 March, 1962T
2 JAX AIR NEWS




JA If Ya'Ask t 1 :' "


NAS, JtckionvIIU
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer 'S
Us
CDR Walter J. Schub Executive Officer
Fleet Air Jecktonvllle NAB 6ND
RADM Joseph M. Carson CommanderCAPT
Vincent Casey Chief of Staff The American economy at .,_
Fleet Air Wing Eleven the present time is very much rr.
CAPT Gilbert J. Frcuenhelm CommanderCAPT
to the of credit
geared[ system
Andrew H. Cowart Chief Stiff OfficerNevtl
Air Technical Training Unit buying. Do you think credit
CAPT rtortiel D. Allen Commanding Officer buying is a good thing? Are
CDR Eugene F. Verdery Naval Executive' Officer there any problems connected

CAPT J. M. Manner Hospital Commanding Officer with credit buying?

CAPT Stephen H. Tolini Executive Officer
but
"Yes, to a certain extent
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. L I Commanding Officer it can be over-
CDR William M. Miller Executive Officer :y<<" :< done. People
Printed commerlcally with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at i1 can go over a
the and In with NAVEXOS Pas Rev. July :
no expense to government compliance their heads in .
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air w} u
"
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing debt. A person } x
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hoipital. should be very .
CDR Alex N. Mclnnli, Jr. Service Information Officer kw careful in
Andrew H7 Planey Antttant Service Information Officer
credit
Newt Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JOt), Marc Whetstone, making g w\r? :: c.
JO); Sandy Martinson, JOSN, Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. arrangements.They ''"
RIGHT-CAPT Hartiel D. Allen, (right ,
)
member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In- should EXERCISING THEIR
Officer, and Jeffrey H. Amid SA
NATTU Commanding are
ternational Councils of Industrial Editors.
check their card applications for an absentee ballot .
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material shown posting their post
budgets and to vote in the May primaries. CAPT Allen, from West Virginia. .
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs Moshier
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs.Editorial make sure that they will be ableto and Amiel. from New York, are preparing to take ad-
offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phoneextensions for what they buy.. vantage of the "Federal Voting Assistance Act of 1955" pro.
pay to vote absentee ballot when
8164, 656, 272 or 216. visions which allow persons by
Phillip E. Moshier, BT2, Galley their duty or service requires them to be away from their legal
1, MAA. voting places at election time. Be a good American-use your

Give For Better HealthTo "Americans have gotten into voting power-see your Voting Officer now I

over their
trouble by extending


Volunteer AgenciesTo They credit more buying.shoulddo cash 'Voting Information' Pamphlet


( acquaint personnel participating in the Federal Service buying. Young
Fund National Health and the Joint Crusade '
Raising Campaign married coup- >k
the Jax Air News will publish a weekly series on facts and figuresof les especially :: Published For DOD
these agencies. This,week's presentation covers the United Cere- get into a lot Military By

bral Palsy Association and the National Society for Prevention of of financial

Blindness.) difficulties Military personnel stationed throughout the world are

THE CRUELEST CRIPPLERThe through cerdit being informed about elections and voting qualifications and
buying" 1st procedures in their home states through a pamphlet and cal-
vast majority of the 11,000 children born every day of LT R. W. Tri- endar type chart published by the Department of Defense,
the year are brought into the world healthy, thanks to advancesin
escmann, 702 Tritfcmann Directorate! for Armed Forces_ Information and Education.
modern medicine. But science the is
despite alarming fact that Aircraft Control and Warning Titled "Voting Information"and
every 53 minutes a newborn child comes into the world with Cere- published two phamplet and chart contain a
Squadron, Hunter AFB, Savan- every years
run-down of election
current
bral Palsy.
nah, Ga., here on temporary duty with interim supplements, the
Cerebral Palsy results from injury to the brain, before, dur- with the 679th ACWS. dates and offices to be filled
ing, or soon after birth. It is a disorder caused by damage to the as well as a digest in laymen's
motor centers of the brain resulting in loss or impairment of muscle "It is a good thing if you don't Pet Owners Are language of the absentee registration -

control. As that there is the addi- get in over and regulations of
though were not enough, ,. Y. s: voting
tional complicating fact that usually brain damage is not confinedto >: t. ,y your head Reminded AboutRegisfrafon each state. The information is

one area, which means that these youngsters also may have which seems strictly non-partisan and does
handicaps with sight or hearing, may have seizures of convulsions, a to be the trend not include names of candidates.

and sometimes mental impairment. among sailors. All Station pet owners are Both the pamphlet and chart

UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY, of Jacksonville is a voluntary *. Credit buying reminded that March is registration are widely used not only by the

health agency operating an outpatient clinic for children and adults :. is only good month here at NAS military services, including the

handicapped by the disease. Eligibility has no restrictions as to residence when you use Jax. In accordance with NAS Coast Guard, but also by the

ability to pay, race or religion.The ,. extreme caution Jax Inst. 5512.7B, all pet own- Merchant Marine and executive

full-time staff locally includes a director and seven vital mlIL;.) in makingour ers must re-register their pets agencies of the Federal government -
assistants. There is a part-time consultant staff of 11 experienced credit ar- with the Pass and Identification I having considerable num-

people who provide important services to the association. Direct Swann rangements. Office, Building 9. ber of employees overseas.
services include pediatric and orthopedic examinations, physical, J. T. Swann, ATC, VAP-62. Owners must bring positive The Defense Department has

occupational and speech therapy, medical social service, recrea- "Well, yes credit buying is a evidence that the pet has more personnel who are obligedto

tional and diversional, activities for adults and transportation when good thing if been immunized against rabies be away from home at elec-

needed. you can pay within the past 12 months at tion time than any other federal
THE JACKSONVILLE UNIT has treated 562 patients to date. for what you the time of registration. agency. For this reason when
From September 1960 until September 1961 a total of 145 Indivi- buy. Some Congress passed "The Federal

dual patients received treatment and services from the Jacksonville people can put {. Voting Assistance Act of 1955"

branch.Of. ,money away to Still Hope For the Defense Department was de-

the money contributed locally, 75 percent remains in Jack- pay for their Education signated to coordinate the pro-

sonville while the remainder goes to national headquarters of UCP credit purchases BillIt gram aimed at helping service
for research and education. is reported that there is still overseas -
and members, civilian employees
CP is called this nation's most cruelest crippler. There is no I I. hope for a peacetime GI Educa- and certain other persons
cure for Cerebral Palsy. But research and science has made it I others cannot. tion Bill during this session of exercise their voting franchiseby

possible, through individual donations, for life to be much ,more -rvt naymona McMullen Congress. A bill that would give absentee
pleasant for those with United Cerebral Palsy. McMullen, Marine Barracks. scholarships to peacetime vet- process.
widely
LIFETIME OF DARKNESSA "Yes, credit buying is a good erans is being drawn up by Rep. among Voting states laws and vary the act focuses
idea if youdon't Olin Teague (CD. Texas), and, according -
well-known former executive is attention on problems of mem-
corporation
prematurely .> have to Navy Times, such a
retired at 52, sidelined by blinding glaucoma. Unaware that the money on proposal will receive White House bers of the Armed Forces, Mer-

rings he seemed to see when looking at lights were danger signs, hand. A blessing.The chant Marine, religious groups
person
he didn't get treatment in time. bill would be and welfare agencies assisting
must have a substitute
GLAUCOMA, A DISEASE of increased within military services civilian federal
pressure the established 1 i for extending the Korea GI Bill ,
eyeball, can steal your sight. Detected in time, its damage can be cerdit to buy educational benefits to peace- employees serving overseas and

halted. The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness sup g things now time veterans a proposal saidto their dependents.As .

ports research to discover methods to eliminate this and other days. If you be opposed by the President a way of streamlining pro-

causes of blindness. get behind on because of the high cost. cedures for absentee but other-
The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness is the your payments Not all details of the Teague wise qualified voters, the act

only voluntary national agency' work in all phases of sight con- Parker it can really plan have been worked out. Gen- recommends acceptance of a

servation. It is non-profit and non-sectarian. Its program of research hurt you. But properly used erally, it is said to call for a Federal Post Card ApplicationForm.

education and preventive service is supported entirely by credit is a good thing to have.- four-year, $500-a-year scholar- Every state has alteredIts

contributions.ON Paul Parker, PHAN, Mess Cook, ship program for veterans who laws in some way to providefor
THE LOCAL SCENE the Society promotes eye conserva- Galley 1. would get $50 a month, no matter acceptance of the post card
tion through organization of Wise Owl Clubs, organized in plants how many dependents he has. from members of the Armed
where there are industrial eye hazards; distributes educational lit- Veterans would accrue Forces.

erature and provides eye screening for kindergarten children. Diner: "What's" this fly doingin of school eligibility for each one day day Many states also include other

Funds are obtained from the state organization for local pro- my soup? of service up to a maximum of specified or have such
grams as needed. Waiter: "The backstroke." 36 months of school. legislation groups under consideration.Pags .



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2 1 March, 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

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March 1 iI1

Mainside-Greyfriar's Bobby, .,
1900 only. I
.. NATTUnit-Killers of Kilimanjaro : 4
t. \: -
1900 only. I II

m Hospital Gun Street, 1900.
x

.+ only. Friday, March 2
kf
Mainside-On The Waterfront,
+ 1900 only.

NATTUnit-Greyfriar's Bobby,

Lj 1900 Hospital-Killers only. of Kilimanjaro -
;
j 1900 only. ,

Saturday, March 3

Mainside-Broken Land, 1900
h ) only.

+ NATTUnit On The Water-
5S
front, 1400 and 1900.

Hospital Greyfriar's Bobby
WEST GERMAN FLIERS-OLT Z. S. Eduard J. WUmeth
1900 only. (left), and OLT Z. S. Frederlch W. Muller-Meinhard. both members -
Sunday, March 4 of the West German Air Force, are currently receiving
familiarisation instructions with VP-30 prior to beginning train-
Mainside-The Happy Thieves, Ing In the P2V-7 "Neptune.:'
1400 and 1900.NATTUnitBroken. _

and 1900. Land, 1400 To Keep Your Feet Warm;

Hospital-On The Waterfront,

1900 only.Monday, March 5 (Wear Hat Says Uncle SamGot

t 'I RECEIVED IT HERE'-J. E. Cunningham ATI, (right),
explains to CDR L. H. Boutte the equipment on which he re- Mainside-The Singer Not The
ceived the electronic signals from the Friendship 7," carrying Song, 1900 only.NATTUnit cold feet? Who doesn't this time of year? A hat will
astronaut John Glenn, as it descended into the Atlantic after The Happy do more good than an extra pair of socks.
orbiting the earth three times on February 20. CDR Boutte Thieves, 1900 only. Uncle Sam himself said so and nobody's ever seen
) was plane commander of VP-16's Crew .8, of which Cunning- him with. his hat. off!
ham was a member, and arrived over the landing site within Hospital-Broken Land, 1900 =-
minutes after the capsule's descent. The crew remained on thee only. The .S.--Army working toj t, the comfortable) film of warm
site until the space capsule was removed from the water by develop an ultra-warm uniform j'I
d crewmen of the USS Noa. Tuesday, March 6 for soldiers in Arctic regions -'i I I air that usually surrounds your
body and tissue cells
1- Mainside Raintree County, came up with this surprising put

e Beetle { Mort Walker]I 1900 only. 'news. They back it up with an in an emergency call to the
VP-16 Crewmen I Bailey By NATTUnit The Singer Not explanation of how our body's blood stream for "more heat!"

The Song, 1900 only. heating system works. Your mid-section is usually

I 'GAVE, FOR HEALTH"--ANP Hospital-The Happy Thieves, Your body is something like a wrapped up warmest so it's
i n Present During I FEEL BETTER ALREAP/.' 1900 only. big radiator working off a cen- the head, hands and feet which

Wednesday, March 7 tral heating plant, your heart.It start "banging on the pipes,"
':s Mainside The Last Angry constantly gives off heat all and what does the landlord do?
Space Recovery Man, 1900 only.NATTUnitRalntree. around, at a slow, steady rate. He takes care of the most important

Jf County, Medically speaking, veins and "tenant" first your
is Combat Air Crew 8 of NAS 1900 only. arteries carrying blood from head. It's the most important

".5s Jax based Patrol Squadron 16s. 1GM Hospital-The Singer Not The your heart and back again take extremity you've got. You can
H under Fleet Air Wing 11 had a Song, 1900 only.Marine passengers-oxygen and heat live if hands or feet freeze .
rt "ringside seat" during the re- u to all the tissue cells in your but frostbite around the brainis

Ie I covery of Lieutenant Colonele body, supplying them with fatal.

I John H. Glenn Jr., after hise Wives Meet enough heat to radiate throughthe Few people know about the

I historic three-orbit space flighte ecrrcnHU&TM PQ skin. But all of a sudden body's "thermostat", temperature

around the world on February Members of the Marine Career it's a sub-zero morning and you regulator, at the base of the

I- 20. wna+wtKT Wives Club will meet on Mon- dash out into the wintry blasts brain. To keep this in good order
I- The VP-16 air crew, com- with coat and scarf flying and protect your most impor-
manded by Commander L. H. .onlcK day, March 5, at 2000 In Bldg. and nothing on your head. What tant physical structures you

IS Boutte, was stationed in the primary 572 here at NAS Jax. .. happens? have got to be a hot-head and

d landing area with the mis- All enlisted Marine wives are The sudden contact with extremely proud of ittAccording!

- sion of controlling airborne invited to attend. low temperature stealsMAGNOLIA to the John B.

11 I search and recovery forces. Dur- Stetson Company, the classic

n I ing the descent of the spacecraft, American hatter, you can lose

11.. I electronic contact was gained and : half your body's heat via an un-
the squadron aircraft arrived .l: covered head when the temperature -
.
'. over the site just three minutes -S ':.,;"::,,:. is as low as 25F.
,- after the capsule landed in thee # Our forefathers might not have
...::
water. '" : had the kind of scientific data

. _U.S. Army researchers turned
After arrival at the impact ere!f up
'1S I point and insuring the safe con- but they learned by trial
e H dition of astronaut Glenn and '3' and error that warm heads and

his spacecraft, CDR. Boutte con- toes are more closely associatedthan
until .; A" they appear to be. Remem-
y tinued to circle the area .. .
s m the arrival of the USS 'Noa and *iIIIIio.lf.;;. .'. ..;;.:.:: .'. ber the flannel nightcaps of old?
;
. the recovery of the spacecraft \ /''::;.: i Great-grandpa wore one even
,
. CDR R. G. Bagby, VP-16 \: ..... when he slept between feather
mattresses and down quilts.No .
15 Commanding Officer and commander -
g the airborne search one's dreamed up an every-
of :: day bonnet that's heat-
II' : really a
' and forces in the Arid 4'
recovery :
ing pad warmed by batteries
.
| landing area, in compli- .
mary or a nest of hard-boiled eggs
CDR Boutte's crew
menting S but the day may come.
,. stated, "The outstanding per-
and Till then, don't blow your top
- formance of CDR Boutte IJ.J& I.
when sub zero temperaturecomes
.t his aircrew in rapidly detectinga ,
.. .. up to meet you. Keep your
H 7 clearlyn
Friendship
and locating
H demonstrates the effectiveness ....(,.-:.....>... ...... . shirt on-button up your over-
:.: ...
7 coat-and above all, wear a hat
...
and .
d of airborne search forces .
::. to warm your feet!
e adds an extremely encouraging :
d element of safety for future Project J' .
.
d j Mercury astronauts. -- -'-....:.. The first submarine to sink an
ifylSa'fW2foiiD8y6.ka.xc Cn'6GfY.o opposing ship was the H. L.
BALL Members of the Jacksonville Officer's Wires Club prepared decorations
an artist's Hunley, built in 1862 with the
r Yessir, model is a for the annual Club-iponsored Magnolia Ball at a "coffee" last week. Proceeds from the gala affair
h girl who works only when Tier will be divided between the PInecastle School here in Jacksonville and the Nary-Marine Residence personal funds of Confederate
boss is looking. Foundation, Washington. D.C. Army Captain H. L. Hunley.U .



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fMU Drill Team VA-135 Holds




Will Appear In First Family




Azalea Festival Day, Picnic

Appearing in its' third parade

in as many weeks, the Naval Air The first "Open House and

Technical Training Unit drill Family Day Picnic" was held by

team goes to Palatka, on Saturday the officers and men of recently

March 3, for the Azalea commissioned Attack Squadron

Festival parade. 135 here last Saturday

The crack unit led the Edison The day's events opened wilh

Pageant of Light parade at Ft. an inspection by the unit's com

Myers on February 17 and then manding officer, CDR B. W.

appeared in a parade at St. Augustine Smith. '

on February 22.
show of Other activities included an
The team put on a KIDDIE RIDE-A kiddie ride and tour was part of the attractions at the first VA-135 Open briefing
actual pilots flight a
precision marching and manual House and Family Day picnic held by the squadron last Saturday. Families of squadron members
of arms at both St. Augustine were hosted at an inspection with static displays and other activity for their enjoyment with the four-plane launch, a fly-by demonstration

and Ft. Myers. Cheering crowds day being climaxed by a picnic and games at the NAS Skeet Clu}). and displays of the
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were lined up eight and ten multi-phases of squadron main

deep the entire length of the two I tenance tasks.
Last E-3 Examination
'Neptune'Is
mile parade route. Classified: On the recreation side, the
The Ft. Myers parade is billed ,
afternoon was devoted to a picnic
as Florida's third largest parade.As Delivered ( Slated March ,13 and games at the NAS Skeet
he congratulated the team FOR SALE Club.

on the Ft. Myers performance, Cedar Hillt Estate-3 bdrm, 2 bath,
Fla. rm, VA or FHA ellg, Immed ocpy; The NAS Career Information VA-135 component of Car
the Ft. Myers recruiter, at whose For Use a
Navy 388-0214. and Education Center has announced
rier Air 13 in its brief
request the team performed, Ortega HiII.-trop ityle, 3 bdrm, 2 Group ,
that the next grade
commented, "I'll be hearing bath, patlot, $100.50 per mo, avail pay existence has already operated
about this fine group for the The last Lockheed P2V "N ep- Immed, Inspect after 1200 daily; EV E-3 (Seaman) examination will from the decks of the nuclear

next year." tune" patrol bomber scheduled 47389.Rivertidefront. be held on Tuesday, March 13. carrier USS Enterprise and USS
Home-lep gueit hie, Muster for the will be at
A J. Eckert AE1 is drillmaster for fleet service was delivered I exam Constellation during pre-shake-
3 bdrm, 2 bath, fireplaces, 500' dock;
and LT F. Adams is Officer to the Navy. Lockheed's P3V I CO 4-6646. 0730 in front of Bldg. 955. down trials.

in Charge of the team. The team "Orion", larger, faster, and far lake Shore-3 bdrm, den, 74.50 per Personnel must be completely
mo. EV 74334. qualified and recommended by Children of members were
is ;
does all practicing after normal ther-reaching, now being pro
CB Hie-3 bdrm, util rm, Orange Park, March 1. taken on tour of the area on a
duced succeed the .
to
"Neptune"
working hours. ....
by CO 4-4242.
owner;
The Center also reminds all specially prepared vehicle and
A total of 838 P2Vs have been Split Level-3 bdrm, 1 11 bath, avail
I hands that fire engine and each had their
delivered to the Navy which June I; EV 72076. Navy training courses
Latin America Odk Hill-3 bdrm, 2 bath, FIll rm, mandatory for advancement must picture taken in the cockpit of
have been in continuous
production patio, Immed ocpy, $74 per mo, by be completed by correspondence an AD6 "Skyraider."
since 1945, a record run for owner; EV 4-4714 or EV 74624.
Dept. Of State military aircraft. Allied air forces $7900-3 bdrm, 2 acre land, well, course when available. When not Brief presentations by Navy
low mo pymtt; SP 1-2242 after 1600. available, local end-of-course examinations
have received of
a couple Relief Red Cross and Medicare
Cedar Hilli Eitate-GI Equity, 3 bdrm, will be administered.It ,
Films Available hundred P2Vs and "Neptunes" 2 bath, CB, comp furn, avail April 1 11 also noted that unless text representatives were given for
for foreign nations are still com SP 1-2202 or Ext. 272/656. the benefit of all concerned in
The Central Aviation Film Library ing off the production lines. FOR RENT books are unattainable, the requirement view of the impending deploy

operated by FAETULANT Seven different models and Lake Shore-3 bdrm, unfurn-, $90' p.r for completion of a ment of the squadron in early
Detachment Two in Building 168 mOl EV 95954. Navy training course may not be
several different versions of the March. The squadron is slated
waived.
Unfurn-3 bdrm, $85 SP 1-
recently received two new, timely P2V have been produced. The 3501. per mOl Division officers to go aboard the USS Constellation
training officers
training films on subjects of "Truculent Turtle", the third Cottage-new decor, elec kit, util furn, and for its two-month shake
Latin America and the U. S. "Neptune" off the production $55 per mOl EV 7-5789 PMi. petty officers were down cruise.VP832.
also
Department of State. line set I lake Shore-furn apt, gill, light & reminded that check-off
long-distance, non-re heat, wet furn, $50 per mOl EV 9-4275. stations for the completion of
"Latin Amercia", MN 6962 DJ,
fueling flight record of 11,236 Furn Apt-4 rmt, bath, elec, Wilt, gar, practical factors are not training
is a film that examines the exotic miles in 1946 which still stands. $70; EV 71950. stations. The function
and turbulent land south of the Venetia-1 bdrm, kit equip, carport, of the From
Many "Neptunes" have served
check-off
border. Specific examples of avail Mar 1; CO 49879. station supervisor is to
political in the fleet from the North Pole Riverside Apt-unfurn, 5 rms, kit equip, observe and evaluate the per
leadership as exemplified
to the South Pole and some have $55; EV 89992. formance of practical factors at NAS New York
by the democratic leadership in
even taken off from aircraft car Furn Apt-5 rmi, wet, $75 per mOl such time as the individual feels
Venezuela and the Cuban revolution EV 9-8505 after 1700.
and its subsequent tie- riers in operational tests.Assessmenfs Ortega-1 & 2 bdrm apti, kit equip, he can properly perform them. Trains Here

in with Communism evil I Mar 7 & 11, $55 & 65 per mOl
are ex EV 9-5326.

plored. Film concludes with Furn Efcy Apt-adult* only, pri entr, Currently undergoing training

statement by President Kennedy Due $11.50 per wk or $45 per mo, util, Safety Pen here at NAS Jax during a three-
avail, by EV 8-9886.
appt
on our Western Hemisphere mis ; week deployment from NAS
5545 Firestone Road-furn, 2 bdrm, Eight old
sion. The Employees' Mutual $70 per mOl Evelyn Hendley. year Johnny New York is Patrol Squadron

"Architects of Peace", MN 6962 Death Benefit Society advises Unfurn-3 bdrm, stv & refrlg, hdwd Hines of Birmingham, Ala., 832, which is being hosted jointly

DF, deals with the role of the members that Assessments firs, $80 per mOl EV 7-7388. fell out of a swing and broke by VP-16 and VP-18.

of State in THIS V THAT his right wrist. The next day
Department today'stroubled 177, 178 and 179 are now due Commander E. S. Swanson,
times. The film Riders Wanted-from Arlington or he fell while playing football
graph and payable by March 6, 1962.
American Southslde, Mon thru Frl, 0800-1630; and broke his left wrist. Commanding Officer of the unit,
ically depicts diplo-
Irving Spevak, Ext. 8246. says he is impressed with the
mats' efforts toward the satisfactory
I excellent
flying weather as well
peaceful settlement of all as the fine maintenance facilities

issues, from the Secretary on available
here. He also expressed
down in offices and embassies
our his
pleasure at being aboard he
around the world.
Station and hopes that thesquadron's
Due to the limited number of
visit will enable his
of the films which
copies are
men to achieve an increased com
available, interested persons bat readiness.
should telephone Ext. 423 to
Participating in the
training
schedule their use.'Holiday .
are the squadrons 52 officers and

267 enlisted men, along with their

On /Ice' eleven P2V-5F aircraft.

VP-832, formerly a "WeekendWarrior"
Tickets On Sale
reserve squadron, was

Special Services called to active duty October 1,

1961, and was later bolstered by

Tickets to the "Holiday On personnel from two other re

Ice" show at the Jacksonville serve squadrons who joined it in

Coliseum March 13-18 are November. The additional per

now on sale at NAS Special sonnel came from VP-834, also

Services at drastically reduced from NAS New York, and VS-

prices and with a choice selection 812 from NAS Minneapolis.CDR .

of seats available. J. G. Williams, former
The show will at 2000
play commanding officer
of VP-834, is
each night except Saturday WASHING HER DOWN-Frank ?' Lindenberg. ADR2. (manning the hose), and Harold E. squadron executive officer.
and Sunday, with matinees at Wation. A03. both of VP-832'i Crew 7. take advantage of NAS Jax'f warm temperature to wash The New
down their P2V5F aircraft after arriving here last week from NAS New York for three weeks train. Yorkers expect to
1300 and 1700 on Saturday ing. Other VP-832 personnel are happily thawing out from the sub.freezing temperatures that have 'eave the Florida sunshine on

and Sunday. prevailed at their home station during recent: ...ks. NAS Jax-baied VP-1S and VP-18 are hOltlng March 12 and return to their
the New Yorkers.
parent station.



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JAX AIR NEWS Page 5



Divers Jax Netmen Off To
,Sky fAX AIR SPORTS Navy



Make First NEWS'HOLEINONE Florida Tourney Friday



Club JumpIf Early this coming Friday morning, the Jax Navy V 01-
lyball team will leave NAS and head for Miami. The occasion

Florida's State Vollyball Championship Tourna-
you enjoy watching the TV ment.

program "Ripcord" perhaps you Friday afternoon will find the

will further enjoy seeing the r- 4 Shooters squad pitting themselves against
real thing. Top various armed forces teams in

This coming Saturday and from eight to 10 matches. These

Sunday, March 3-4, the Fleet Will GatherAt will be followed on Saturday by
Air Jax Sports Parachute Clubis a 15-match series in the Open-

planning a series of static-line Dixie MeetThe games involving numerous civil-
jumps at Whitehouse Field. ian teams.

Jumping times will start at 1300on Dixie Pistol Matches, being From the ,spectators view

both days-weather permit- held March 6-9 at the Jack- point, as well as the record book,

ting.This sonville Police Range, will have Jax Navy's tipsters should have

will be the first time off representatives from the Jax a good showing during the two-

the ground for the newly formed Navy Pistol Team shooting for day meet. Last December the

club of 20 members.In .. high honors. The team roster team was runner-up in the Peach

helping to form the chute -- AWARD-CDR John K. Davit Jr.. (left), lists Vergil Placid, C. B. Har- Bowl vollyball play at Atlanta,

club, two 82nd Army Airborne receives his Chief of Naval Personnel "Hole-In-One-Award" for din, Paul Arnzen, Frank McBeth, and, more recently, won the St.
Division paratroopers from the ace he scored on the ComFairJax course last month from Jane Farr, J, J. Calica, J. A. Cox Petersburg Invitational January
Fort RADM Joseph M. Carson .ComNabSix. CDR Davis 27.
Bragg, N.C., are here at NAS un- stroked the award-winning shot on the short,par three, sixteenth and Carl Linza.
hole, using fire iron. It is anticipated that at least Coach Mac McGuckin says he
der temporary orders as instructors. a CDR Dull is Commanding Officer. Flag I '
They are Sergeants First Admin Unit ComFairJax-ComNabSix. 500 of the top military and civil he has high hopes of the squad

Class Phil Vanderweg and Bob ian shooters will gather for the. taking the All-American Nat-

Pronier from the Division's March Predicted As Good four-day meet.February's ional Championship at Philadel-
Parachute phia this year. They were run-
Sports Club.
pistol match here ners-up last year at Duluth,
both Last Sunday, February 25, For 'Calendar Fishermen at NAS, held Sunday, February Minn.
of
these
men made orien-
25, had shooters from Jax Navy, Incidentally, there are two
tation free-fall jumps from 12,200 It appears that March is going to be a good month for NAS Glynco, NARTU, Marine openings on the team which the
feet, descending for 60 seconds "calendar fishermen" to get their lines untangled and head Barracks, Marine Air Detach- I coach would like to fill. Anyone

before pulling their ripcords at for their favorite angling hole. A new moon will pop up on ment, Marines from Yellow Wa- : who feels qualified as a volly-

2,200. The following day, the March 6, the first quarter comes on March 12, full moon on ter, Jacksonville City Police, and ball player may contact Mc-

club,, members' held. their firsturouna March 21 and the last. .quarter. on March 28. civilians. Guckin at Ext. 8140.Softball .
School: class at whichtime Some say the best black bass I Winners of the matches were:

they related their In- fishing period of the year in I MASTER CLASS -Vergil Pla-

structors' jumps with those Florida is usually the stretch I BOWLING cid; EXPERT CLASS W. W. Briefs
they will make this weekend. from March 10 to May 20. Perch : Anderson; SHARPSHOOTER

Club president, Floyd Sykes of and shad have been good takes CLASS-Paul Arnzen; MARKS- A second and final organiza-

VA-44, invites all those Inter- recently also. Although many of The IM National Bowling MAN CLASS-G. E. Lewis; and tional meeting for the 1962 soft-

ested in seeing the club performto the shad anglers troll, a few League took last week off be- TYRO CLASS-A. R. King. ball season will be held March

come out to White House cast for them catching just as cause of the holiday but the Am. The date set for this month's 7 at 0930 in the Mainside Gym.

Field located five miles north- many-when they find the fish, erican and Continental Leagues NAS pistol match is March 25, at Since last week's announce-

west of Herlong Airport. tis. showed these results: Monday, 1300. ment for the need of umpiresto

For those who prefer to troll, February 19 AMERICAN officiate this year's softball

Score CardSunday Richard Jones, SMC, extends an Phantoms-3, Little Gaters-l; Pensacola Is 6ND games, six men have answeredthe
call. The total number desired -
open invitation to visit the NAS Yellow Jackets-2, Guardians-2;
Fish Camp and rent one of his Play Boys-4, Confidentials; Cage ChampionsThe to act as umpires is at
Feb. 25, brought a six 3 fishing boats. These least 12. If you are interested,
h.p. A/C Maint "A"-4, VP-16 "B"0
climax results of the Sixth Naval
to the NAS
Military Athletic Director
please call the ,
craft can either be utilized in ; ComFairJax "A"-4, Pen
Flight Golf Championship with the of the St. Johns District Basketball Tournamentheld Frank McCaffrey, at Ext. 858.
bay area Queens-0; Dispensary-4, Sky
the following results. In the February 19-22 at Charleston -
First Flight, Don Howard ended River adjacent to NAS or be Warriors; Spades Aces 4, S.C., found Naval Air Basic Odox, ,but fell victim to the USS
taken to your favorite fishing Keglers-0; Molarolas-3, Road
two-up over Doc Holloway the Training Center at Pensacolaout Cone 64-58 and NAS Memphis
; spot. Don't forget-fishing license Runners-I and Oper's AUW-
;
Second Flight winner in front with NAS Memphisin 65-59.
was Harry
are required for those 4, Red Devils-0.
second Pensacola then downed Mem-
Hooker 3-2 over J. K. Davis andP. place.
;
J. Reed took to beatS. freshwater anglers who have Wednesday, February 21 Jax Navy's "Fliers" won their phis 81-58 to carry home the
one-up graduated from the bamboopoleclass. CONTINENTAL-Army ADA-;, the USS championship honors.
D. Harris in the Third Flight.As opening game against
You can purchase this license ComFairJax "B"-2; Hornets,
you'll recall earlier, Lew for $2.00 at the Special 3rd Crewmen; Paymasters 4,
Gifford was winner of the cham-
Services Office, Bldg. 704. Untouchables; Mix Masters-
pionship flight for the second
straight As for your fishing needs, the 3, Boat Branch-1; Fire Balls

year.* Country Store (topside) has a 4, Spartans; Owl Hoots-4, Ii IF

In last pretty good supply of hooks, Flaps-0; Marines "A"-4, Strik- r ) w
Friday's (Feb. 23))
sinkers, plugs and the like. If ettes-0; and Neptunes-3, Ham
round with the University of
Florida you'd rather use fresh bait, suchas Hocks-1.Monday.
team, NAS dropped a
shinners, try scouting aroundin February 26-AM-
10& to 16% loss to the college w
F
the Blanding Blvd., and ERICAN-A/C Maint "A" 3, ;
golfers.
Lowest NAS scorer was Gators 1 Little Gaters 3
Bill Orange Park area bait shops. ; ,
Scarbrough with a 73. CnmFnirJax "A" 1
;
Plav Boys
-'
=3, Oper's AUW-1; VP-16 "B" :::
San Jose's Country Club team -3fe; Yellow Jackets%; Sky

was downed by NAS on Sunday, Y outhBasebalJ Warriors 4, Pen Queens-0; ,
February 25, by a tally of 14-
Spades Aces -4, Guardians; } Y
13. Phil Hughes of NAS was low Is Under New Dispensary 3, Molarolas- 1; M

man with a 73. Keglers-4, Red Devils-0, and ,l :, Yi} i ;;
Confidentials-4, Road Runners- : Y v) YA t _t r
Today, March 1, the NAS golf Senior LeagueThe 0. '
4
team is swinging it out on the Babe Ruth League }
area
greens of Florida said Beyer.
State University '
at Tallahassee. .. will be replaced this of season the Little by a Registration for the new division rt1 lt> : }i:
Senior Division will be held March 10 from Jj< :: .y PI1'

Winner of last Sunday's Blind League, according to division 0900-1200 at the NAS Jax Little ;ai;.ffi ;f
president George Beyer.A : ; : :
Bogy at NAS was G. T. Register. League Field inside the main '
meeting of board membersand gate. Birth certificates will be ';(

a number of parents of the required at the time of registra. ,

young ball players was held tion.It. .:

NATTU HonormenFrancis Monday, February 26, at which is requested that all parent
time the decision was made. discuss with the Senior Little
Senior Division is comparatively Leaguers, prior to registration, to 'WHERE DO WE SIGN?'-Some 282 youngsters, along with
AO-B The
O. West A01
,
their parents, turned out Saturday, February 24, to register for
School90.86.Frank I the same type leagueas what extent they will be willingto play with the Navy Jax Ortega Little League. Some of those
C. Perry, AA AO-A the Babe Ruth league-with support the league. lining the stairway to League Headquarters here at NAS were
School-86.67. the same age groups, etc.-But Tryouts are scheduled to be returnees from last year but a majority were newcomers. Some
J. AE-A it is felt that cerain advantageswill held from 0900-1200 on Saturdays 100 additional youngsters are expected to register before the
E. Dickens, AN, I deadline on Saturday, March 3. For information on eligibility
School-78.62. be obtained by the change, March 17 and 24. and organisation call Ext. 758.



NEWS' 1962---1



6 JAX AIR 1 March



I I I j Able Will Attend President's




1 Occupational Safety ConfabA


personal invitation from the President of the United

States has been received and accepted by Charles D. Able,

NAS Safety Superintendent, to attend the President's Con-

ference on Occupational Safety, to be held in Washington

4 March 68.Seabees.
_.
__
r I me Conference wm bring together -

in the Nation's Capitalmore
Celebrate
than 3,000 leaders of Amer-

ican industry, labor, agriculture,

20th Anniversary FederalS tate, and local govern-

ments, insurance, sducation, science -
*
health, and private safety
March 2
Friday, organizations from all parts of
SEABEE DAY' PROCLAIMED-Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burnt (stated), signs a proclamation the country.
designating March 2 as "Seabee Day" in recognition of that units twentieth anniversary.. The Navy's famous Construction -
On hand to represent the Seabees at the signing are (left to right), James R. Bailey. EAli LCDR t Battalions, the Seabees, cele- Able will leave on March 5 for
Michael A. Aktlj LTJG George J. Bednar, NAS Jax Public Works: CAPT James A. Bentley, NAS
Sax Public Works Officer Walter E. Riviera Jr.. CEC. Director of Maintenance Construction NS !brate their twentieth' anniversary the Conference, the purpose of

'Mayport_ ; and Gilbert D. Mills BUI. 'on March 2. which is to devise and then apply -

i The Seabees have come a long voluntary, cooperative means

VAP62Assists In Tiros Station Traffic way ganized: since to they replace were thousands hurriedly of for reducing the 13,800 deaths

abling injuries occuring annually
construction workers who were
Violation RecordThe because of on-the-job accidents.
building the Navy's advanced

IV Weather CoverageWhen following is a report of bases at such places as Midway, Program emphasis of the 1962

I motor vehicle accidents and Guam and the Philippines at the meetings will underscore the fact
TIROS IV weather satellite photographed theI outbreak of World War II.
traffic violations for the per- that 80 percent of all job injuriesoccur
earth's surface to obtain weather information, supplemental : iod February 18-24: rn recognition of their anniversary -
in non-manufacturing ac-
coverage was also being made by planes and crews of Heavy I !NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis proclamations by Governor -
in the of the Gulf of St. tivities. Hence, Conference del-
Photographic Squadron 62 area I week ........,................... 2 Farris Bryant, Jacksonville
egates will concentrate on seek-
Lawrence.As .
Total through February Mayor Haydon Burns, Jackson-

the weather satellite passedover procedure permitted spot analysis 24 ..."...""".......... ... ....".,....28 ville Beach Mayor William S. ing ways to minimize the Na-
the Gulf, 400 miles up' to be made in the field. Total in February 1961 ..34 Wilson, and the Duval Board of I tion's losses in manpower, technical -

A3D-2P photo-jets were the simultaneously ice- The detachment has returned NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis County Commissioners have been I skill, human suffering, and

civerage from photographing altitudes ranging from Greenwood, where they week ....,.."."......... .......56 issued designating" March 2 as :. financial waste that job accidents
lowas "Seabee both and
Day locally
from 2,000 to 40,000 feet. experienced temperatures as Speeding ................'.............5 are causing.
The purpose of this coveragewas 15 below zero. Reckless Driving ......'.......... 1 throughout Florida.An .
detachmentis The President will personally
to obtain comparative datato Another VAP-62 Reckless Driving ................ 1 anniversary celebration 1
in address the Conference on March
expected to leave early ............
1
help in analyzing the ice conditions Running Stop Sign Seabee Ball and other activityhas 6, shortly after it is officially
similar
shown on the TIROS March to conduct photo- Others "........................."...,.....49 been planned for the Naval the Honorable ArthurJ.
graphic coverage when the wea- opened by
photographs. About a year ago 'ther satellite again passes over Twenty-six drivers appeared Station Mayport Enlisted Men's Goldberg, Secretary of Labor.
U.S. weather scientists noticed before the Traffic Hearing Club that evening, with membersof
that what appeared to be both I I the area. .... Board on February 26, with the ComFairJax Band providing Able has some 20 years ex-

ice and clouds' showed up I disposition of cases as follows: the music.A perience in the safety field with

similar light patches on the satellite One lost driving and parking the Navy and has served in that
photos. With the aid of I VP-7 DepartsFor privileges aboard the station, "Queen Bee" will be namedas capicity here at NAS Jax since
Queen of the Ball from among
the photos taken by VAP-62, the eight were assigned to complete 1951, except for a short period
weather scientists expect to be'' Duty Tour an eight-hour course in entries. One Seabee from each spent at NSD Bayonne, N.J.
of the attending units from NAS
able to differentiate between the remedial driving, 19 received
Jax, NAS Cecil Field, NS May- achievement. .
two on the satellite pictures. I suspended penalties, three
At Sigonella port and Jax Reserves will be Guest speaker at the Ball will
While performing this cover- were given warnings, and one
honored as "Seabee of the Year be Colonel J. V. Sollohub, Dis-
age, VAP-62's detachment | Patrol 7 commandedby was referred to commandingofficer
oper- Squadron ,
for 1961" and given an engraved trict Engineer for the Army'sCorps
ated from the Royal CanadianAir Commander W. F. Abernathy, for possible disciplinary -
coffee mug in recognition of their of Engineers.
Force Base at Greenwood I! left NAS Jax yesterday, Feb- action.

Nova Scotia, where a photo-! ruary 28, for Sigonella, Sicily, One expert driver has said, .
graphic darkroom was set up to'' via Bermuda, the Azores and "When I drive I keep my c:

process the film as soon as the Rota, Spain, for a five-month mind on the business of driv

photo-jets "hit the deck". This I deployment.VP7 ing. I have a power plant of I{;f f

MilitaryContinued will relieve VP-44 there terrific force in my charge, it ;'1<
!
I and work in conjunction with requires the utmost of my at- 'S _______
( from page 1)) ; the U. S. Sixth Fleet. tention. I don't talk when
evidence of his intent to defraud A driver who tries 5. '
I The squadron reported to NAS driving. to 1
or deceive and of his Jax From NAS Brunswick, Me., compose an answer to a ques-
knowledge of insufficient fundsin last September to operate under tion while he steers a car is

or credit with, that bank or a: the control of Fleet Air Wing not concentrating on his job. I : r #
depository, unless the maker or:I 11 and has taken part in many read all signs, and I believe <

drawer pays the holder the!I I exercises since that time. them. I listen for railroad .
amount due .
within five days ; :
: ,
whistles and try to be aware ,
after receiving notice, orally or of grade crossings before I see r2 y
in writing, that the check, draftor Reserves In Six them. I keep asking myself: r > ? t

order was not paid on pre- What is the speed of that ap- t6

sentment."In Bales Hay Stay oroaching car? Is any vehicle
this section the
word 'cre- likely to emerge from behind
dit' means an arrangement or that load of hay parked by
On
understanding, expressed or im- Active! DulyA the roadside? What is hidden
plied, with the bank _
or other "
just over that hilltop?
depository for the payment of recent change in the admini-
that check, draft or order. stration of the Naval Reserve per- Nine out of ten motor ve-
mits enlisted Naval Reservistsin hicle accidents are caused by .
Allied six ratings to remain on active operators who didn't see, ::;

(Continued from page 1)) duty in the TAR program with- didn't hear, didn't think, ordidn't

elude LT Kozhi Kutty, Pakistan; out shipping over to the regular know. Play it safe f

ENS Enrique Pizzaro and ENS Navy They will remain reserv- Know your rules. _

Vincinio Vega, Chile; LCDR Jor- ists and be rotated among shore .- 5-
FORCE COMMENDATION LCDR Daniel N.
gen Christiansen and LT Torben jobs involving training and ad- ratings back almost to where they (left AIR), of VA-44 accepts the "Air Force- Commendation Medal'Mealy
Dahl, Denmark; LT Kurt Bur- ministration of the Naval Re- were before 1958 when the en- and congratulations from RADM Joseph M. Carson. ComFair-
'
chartd and LT Walter Kuemmel, serve. listed TAR program was abo- Jax-ComNabSix. during the Admiral's Inspection last week. The

Germany; LTJG Andrew Lago, The rates covered are YN, lished, except for the Naval Air Medal formance was as awarded Television him Project by the Officer Air Force for for the outstanding 1960 Air Force per-

LTJG Emmanuel Mandouvalosand PN, SK, DK, HM, and DT. Re- Reserve. William Tell Operation. LCDR Mealy, on exchange duty with
LT Anthanasios Yannoupoulos servists in all other rates who Under the new rules, rotation the Air Force for the 1960 Tactical Fighter Weapons Meet was
Greece; LCDR Jan Lolland, want continued active duty must among TAR-type jobs will be cited for planning, organizing and producing a complete produc-
tion covering the competition and firepower demonstration
Norway; LTJG Namik Darcan,' ship over to the regular Navy. required. Before 1958, men re- phases of the operation. The citation also praised his technical.
LT Nejat Ebcioglu and LTJG when their first enlistment is up. mained at one duty station for aptitude, professional know-how outstanding performance and

Taylan Ece of Turkey. The change puts administrative as long as 10 years. devotion to duty.Page .,





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