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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 30, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any j
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VOL. 28 NO. 19 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY.,30, J9700 A ,
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Eagles Spread GoodwillOn r' Y' AEUA, r tI I h

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UNITAS XI EmbarkmentJax J,(



Two VP-16 flight crews has been involved in months of
left their squadrons home planning to guarantee the suc '. i
yesterday for San Juan, Puerto cess of the mission. 5 Mx. ./.
Rico, to begin a four.month LCdr. N.A. Matolay will J.
goodwill tour of South America as command the two-crew detach- I
part of the llth annual UNITAS ment. About halfway through the :
exercise. The two P-3 Orions will deployment he will be relieved by I A ,
S/ N '1 ix
be part of a U.S. task group LCdr. J.W. Hawthorne and two /

participating in ,training exercises replacement flight ,crews.
with eight major South

American countries. .
During the next four monthsthe xr >

U.S. task group will join South
American navies around the- I
continent in standard exercises 4
involving anti-submarine war i I
fare, surface gunnery, com r
munications, seamanship and
naval control of shipping. The
combined navies have freely va
t
participated in these annual x't.
exercises since 1959 when x'f i
UNITAS was established.
VP-16's detachment will spend 1
from seven to 10 days in different -
port cities to allow crewmembersto
participate in lectures, athletic
events, social functions and OROUNDBREAKINO-Jacksonvlllt Mayor Hans Tanzltr and RAdm. Lawrence Htyworth Jr.
goodwill projects with their South perform the honors and officially open construction of the new station waste facility. Witnessing the
American counterparts. procedure are (L-R) James Shlvltr, design company president Public Works.Officer Capt. R.T.
I The detachment will also include 'WEIGHING IN-VP-lt personntlADJl Hardy NAS Commanding Officer Capt. John R. Klncald; and Harry Pepper. Jr. of Dtmttrtt
a visit to Bahia Blanca, ; Salvador Molle (IR) Builders. '
Argentina, Jacksonville's sister and AB1 Bob Cowlty weigh In ,
cargo prior to loading one of two
city.This is the first year that the P- P-3.Orions for,tht flight .to. South. Construction: Begins On
3's will be used in UNITAS. VP-16 America. Newt

it :

AMD Officer Presented Waste Treatment Facility: .


Commendation MedalJax

Jax: A nearly $2-million miles of pipe will be laid to carry as well as those of the Federal
to domestic and wastes the Water Pollution Control
project update new plantIncluded Agency.
An Orange Park Navy Cong forces.
industrial waste treatment In the construction
officer has received the Navy Jastremski has served as the Walker said the facility, due
commenced modifications to
Commendation Medal for his air station's maintenance control facilities here package are for completion in December 1971,
meritorious service while officer within the Aircraft Monday'with an official groundbreaking improve the efficiency of the will have the capacity to handle
stationed in Vietnam. Maintenance Department since ceremony witnessed by existing facilities and a new 2.5 million gallons of domesticand
LCdr. Richard E. Jastremski his return from Vietnam in city, state and military operation laboratory. industrial wastes each day.
dignitaries.The Jim Walker, project managerfor
of 2720 Birchwood Dr., Orange March.He .
project will the treatment facility said, Demetree Builders of
$1,984,915
Park, received the medal from is married to the former
include industrial waste 'When NAS Jacksonville has the
completed contract to
,
a new
Capt. John R. Kincaid, NAS Miss Rita M. Witte of Jackson
gravity collection system, a new Jacksonville will meet all build the facility, and Reynolds,
commanding officer, during ville, and the couple have four
ceremonies in the captain's of pumping station and a new standards and requirements of Smith and Hills are the
fice. treatment plant More than two Florida State Board of Health, designers

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Jastremski was decorated for 'F "
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his performance of, duty while Air Statio. Is
serving officer in charge of the
Naval Air Support Unit at Chu
Lai, from March ,1969 'through Commended ForHurricane

February of this year. children.'i
The citation accompanying the
medal,andjsigned: by Adm. JohnJ. Help 6i.
Hyland,,commander in chief,
U. S. Pacific: Fleet, said, 'LCdr. Jax-'Ca Do' was clearly
Jastremski directed the efforts of demonstrated by HAS persomse1 _
his unit to provfdBr a high level of : i"._.,,, who helped evacuate 181 tnrfuteg i.
readiness-. in personnel and &'1' command aircraft and more tan _
facilities for support of. shore !;.iIf' 200 persons fleeing from
based aircraft and aircraft .'I jLCdr ,. i ., it ,"':;.''. Hurricane Becky last week
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diverted*ashore from Yankee according, to RAdm. Lawrence
Station carriers. Jastremski Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet
'When Naval Air Support Unit Air Jacksonville.In ARTIST'S CONCEPTION-Hert Is the proposed design of the new I
Chu Lai was disestablished as a ClosesJaxThe a message issued to all fuel accessories plant now under construction at NARF. .
first step in the Phase One Toyland hands RAdm. Heyworth ,expressed

redeployment of U. S. Forces his gratitude and that of NARF T. Get F..l Plant
from the Republic of Vietnam, he Navy Exchange the Chief of Naval Air Basic ,
displayed exceptional Toyland and Country Store, Training for the expeditious, safe
management ability in the NATTC Bldg. 514, will be closed and orderly handling of these Jax A ground breaking reciprocating engine fuel accessories
reassignment of his unit's assets beginning August If or remodelingand aircraft and personnel in less ceremony was conducted here in a semi-clean at-
by redistributing support renovations. During the time than three hours notice.In Thursday for a $968,000 fuel mosphere.The .
i equipment to other activities the facility is closed some of the the message he states that accessories overhaul building at construction contract was
thereby enhancing their material more popular items in stock will the 'personnel of NAS Jax the Naval Air Rework Facility awarded June 29 to R. B. Gay
readiness. be sold at other locations on the demonstrated 'foresight, effective Scheduled for completion about Construction Company of
'While performing his duties, station. planning, coordination, July 1,'1970, the structure will be Jacksonville. Building plans ,'
he was subjected to numerous Power tools,camp supplies and hard work and professionalism,' supplied with the necessary plant were prepared by the architectural -
rocket and mortar attacks by garden tools will be sold at the ,.and congratulated all hands for a equipment for repairing, firm of J. Brooks
North Vietnamese Army and Viet Main Exchange, Bldg. 27. job well done. overhauling, and testing jet and Haas Associates.




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2 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER JULY 30, 1970

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Time Is Running OutBy Y 1icvineID NJH T 'S.vP.


now many servicemen and women have received absentee
ballots for prlnary elections and are prepared to loin their countrymen feUitced

,|n exerjlslng a most priceless possession. the right to vote.
Other Service people, from states with primary elections scheduledfor

later months,,are preparing their Federal Post Card Applicationsto
obtain their, absentee ballots. CATHOLICNAVAL
How about you? Have you searched out your home state's
requirements for voting In primary elections? Do you know the can
AIR STATION
didates and the issues? In short, are you prepared to |loin your countrymen -
Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
Nov 3 as they go to the polls and vote?
,If ftoffv hyjiotf/ffme; Is running out. The privilege of voting .. !the Sunday Mass 11:00: A.M.

responsibility of voting\ -- may seem elusive and hard to grasp, but that Daily Mass : A.M..
l r Saturday Confessions
1030.: 11:15: a.m.
/

NAVAL HOSPITAL
1ti Nod fMp Sunday Mass 8 A.M.

a .. E : '
a. ,. $
If c NATTC
/1 If IfT '. ,. Sunday Mass 930A.M.-

) : .., Bldg. 500
.. 14", 'I REENLISTS DK2 Darrel G. Penis ships over for two years in the
office of LCdr. C. J. Collins. The elght-year veteran Is currently

... assigned to the Navy Finance Office here. PROTESTANTNAVAL


does not mean you should take your country for granted.
Worship 10 A.M.
Sunday
Democracy is built on the ability of government to function by
consent of the governed. The power of each American is expressed at
NAVAL AIR STATION
the voting booth, or by an absentee ballot. That Is where the govern Jl&JWl Sunday
ment begins. In fact, that Is where the United States of America
begins. Holy Communion 8:31':

Perhaps even more elusive is the thought that If you don't exercise A.M. Bldg. 750

your vote, you lose it and the power that gives America Its strength. The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Church School (all ages)
Time, is running out. If you have voted in your state's primary meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves week-day meals as follows: A.M.
breakfast 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m./dinner- a.m. to 1 and 4 to Church
; supper
p.m. p.m. Junior (Nursery
election, Is the time to search out the Issues and candidates who
now 5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 .
will be on the ballot in November. If you haven't voted yet, be sure and dinner. 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.; supper 5:00 p.m. to 6:15. Both Dining halls observe grade 6)) 10 A.M.
obtain your absentee ballot. Don't put off today what you wouldn't the same hours on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast ':30 a.m. to Divine Worship Service.
1:30: a.m.; brunch':30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m.lnd supper 4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m. 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
want to lose tomorrow.Hidden Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25
cents dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for 50 cents. Junior Youth Fellowship
1 P.M. Bldg. 722
In The BaggageBy Friday,July 31 Senior Youth Fellowship:

1:30: P.M. Bldg.. 722

LCdr. C. R. Spencer, CHC, USN BreakfastHot Dinner Supper
Hominy Grits Chicken Noodle Soup Beef Stroganoff Tuesday
The 10th chapter of First Samuel relates a very interesting Eggs to Order Breaded Pork Chops Buttered Egg Noodles Senior Choir Rehearsal
French Toast Cream Gravy Broccoli Spears
story about a young man who was chosen to be Baked Beef Hash O'Brien Potatoes Baking Powder Biscuits 7 P.M. Bldg. 750

the first king of Israel. He was a very impressive looking Raisin Rolls Buttered Fresh Frozen Ice Cream Sundaes Christian Science Ser \

person who fit the modern cliche of being 'tall, dark Cranberry Vegetables Crunch vice 7 P.M. I I

and handsome'. Judging from his physical ,appearance 1 r

he had everything going for him. But, when the people Saturday,August 1 Divine NATTC
Worship -12 P.M.
searched for him to place the crown on his head the Early Breakfast Brunch Supper Bldg. 500Evening

prophet Samuel reports that 'he had hidden himself Worship 6 P.M.
Hot Oatmeal Barbecued Beef Cubes Fried Chicken
among the baggage. Griddle Cakes Home Fried Potatoes Chicken Gravy Bldg. 500
How many times have you wanted to hide yourself and Hot Baked Beans Buttered Peas and Celer V Bread Dressing
Grilled Luncheon Meat Ice Cream Cups Sweet
Potatoes
get away from it all? Do you occasionally think that it Cake Doughnuts Blackeye Peas

would be so much easier to do this rather than face the Buttered String Beans

responsibilities of daily living? We won't be facing tasksso Sunday,August 2 Cherry Pie Traffic

difficult as that of being the regal head of a country; Early BreakfastHot Brunch Supper

but nevertheless will be assuming certain duties Grits Baked Meat Loaf Grilled Beef Steaks ViolationsThe
Eggs to Order Tomato Gravy Mushroom
which should be considered lust as Important least to French Toast Mashed Potatoes Oven Brown Onion Potatoes Gravy

us personally. Broiled Bacon Slices Buttered Corn Buttered Brussel
Raised Doughnuts Ice Cream Cups Sprouts
Instead of thinking about running away and courtingthe Orange Whip
idea of hiding consider the tasks at hand become following is a report of
,
Monday August 3 motor vehicle accidents and
involved In the work, and press on to completion. Of Breakfast Dinner Supper traffic violations for the period

course even our Lord Jesus Christ felt a desire or a Buttered Hominy Grits Tomato Rice Soup Braised Liver and July 13 19.
Eggs to Order
need to hide; but He did it in order to renew Himself. In Minced Beef Giblet Roast Turkey Gravy Onionsor
Spanish Beef Patties
His soltitude He prayed and He always 'emergedwith Home Fried Potatoes Apple Dressing Lyonnalse Potatoes Number of Accidents
Apple Fritters
Mashed Potatoes
added strength to face His work. This can be an Raisin' Rolls Southern Style Beans Mixed Buttered VegetablesIce Fresh Frozen This week 7.

invaluable source of power for us also. Pumpkin PieTuesday Cream Sundaes
Total accidents this
We need the and the year
Inspiration Insights persistence
through July 19 190.
to stick to It which come from seeking God's August 4 Number
of accidents through
help In seclusion. But although we should periodicallyutilize BreakfastButtered Dinner Supper July 1969.238.

times of silence and meditation should do It Eggs to Order Hominy Grits Turkey Yankee Noodle Pot Roast Soup Submarine Baked Beans Sandwiches Total number of days since last

with the realization that we must always emerge from Peach'Hot Cakes Natural Gravy Potato SaladBlueberry injury hi a.motor vehicle. accident46.

these with added vigor for serving God and man. Let us Cake Grilled,DoughnutsBreakfast Ham Slices! t 4 Rissole Buttered Potatoes Wax Beans Pie .

not succumb to the temptation to become a dropout White CakeCaramel

remaining 'hidden among the baggage.' Fudge Icing Number of Violations

Wednesday,August S
This week 20.

.' Dinner Supper Speeding 0.
Hot OatmealEggs'to Pepper Pot Soup Beef Pie With Topping Reckless Driving '< -,. ;S .
JTAX AIR NEWS Order ,Roast Boneless Veal Buttered Egg Noodles \'
French' Toast ,t Brown Gravy French Cauliflower Going through'stop sign' v 2.
Grilled Bacon Slices' jf Fried Rice. Baking Powder Biscuits Other violations 18.
Raised Doughnuts :'J.-*'.. Baked Corn&'TomatoesButtered Chocloate Cake
Brussel SproutsIce Cocoa Fudge Icing Thirteen drivers appeared
The JAX AIR NEWS it a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper. Cream Cups
before
the Traffic Boardon
Hearing
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station.,
Thursday,August July 23. Disposition of the
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a
cases included the
private firm. All Copy submitted/or use in the JAX AIR NEWS Breakfast Dinner Supper following:

must be forwarded to the Public' Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Eggs Buttered to Order Hominy Grits Bean Fried Soup Chicken Barbecued Beef Seven lost driving and parking

Jacksonville, by 12:00.noon on Monday be/ore publication. News Griddle Cakes Mashed Potatoes Hamburger Buns privileges aboard station for
items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772-3118 or Baked Sausage Patties Creole Green Beans French Fried Potatoes various periods five were
3119. Sugar Rolls Blueberry Pie Buttered Lima Beans ;
Banana GelatinBonds assigned to complete an eight-
hour course in remedial driving;
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries --- three received suspensions;
concerning such should be directed to: three were given warnings; two

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY were dismissed; eight were finedU.

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 ( S. Commissionerand: none
were referred to commanding
Telephone 388-2755 Buy action.officers for possible disciplinary

VOL. 28 NO. 19 JULY 30, 1970 '

Seven drivers were assessed

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30, 1970 JAX AIR' "NEWS-IATWINGER PAGE:


I'' Ode to a Bell (Thief) turns'Why flying n purchase It./ just one aeroplane w(I. and let Grover the aviators Cleveland. take"



Operations had a bell Oh where Oh where has our
It echoed loud and strongIts little bell gone
single note was true Oh where Oh where can it be ;8 %
1 clear With its bright shiny brass
When tolled In joyous song. and delicate form
What a lovely! sight to see

For years U welcomed VIP's \\1 'tt.i .
And asked them to return
: But with our bell,all was What of our Bell?Our stead/at
t not well friend'
What fate to it befalls?
\ Aa we were soon to(learn
Will our lifelong friend return to

! The Air Force had come and gone usAnd grace our stuccoed walls? ,
Returning Squadrons too;
With visitors and transient
pilotsMaybe
Our bell is used to sunshine i
even you.
( And cooling morning dewIt
loved the admirationOf
many more than you..
Oh/Dark day mourning..
When what to our surpriseOur : N k ka
We pray that you, regret your
Cecil Operations Dell deed
Was gone before our eyes.
An then return our bell
But If you should keep your ,
The naked bracket on the wall
trophy sweet
Left empty by the thief We hope you rot in-. CHRISTMAS IN, JULY Station pilots,with Cdr. think It would be Christmas. when their new toy
Stared at Cecil personnelAn (ANONYMOUS) W. J. Kuehn, operations officer, were beginning to came.Things.
intensified our grief
.

VA-172 Coffee PIG lied

A coffee will be held for all new
VA-172 wives at the home of Mrs. .
are
Gerald Schmidt Cecil Field ." .. j7 : '
Quarters 434A,at 7 p.m.Aug. 10. '
Wives interested are urged to ,;.:.
{ call Mrs. Schmidt at Ext. 8237
after 4:30: p.m.

Iookingup1

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: Get out of town! We'll make it

easy for you.

l ,yqq ; Summer is the time for going places.

s The time to do things.To break away

) F { from the routine. To enjoy. To relax.
EducationFoundation.
I i We really hope you have a won

I derful, funfilled summer.

? J/': And to help make your
*
a _summer more enjoyable
I
HONDA ?. ''t f'J and more relaxing,we've set up whole-
{
.E system of summer banking services. .

MOTORS&CYCLES CO. leave on your
before
4949 BLANDING BLVD. f .y ; For instance, you
PHONE7718244'MOTORS vacation, consider the security of keeping

yJ : your valuables in a safe depositbox.

We have favorable summer rates.

'. "'M And don't forget to stop by and; pick

up some travelers checks. And some

'g bank by-mail envelopes.

yJy.. For instance, if you need a little extra
": """'\":""'i: .!;f vacation money, come in and discussit

P.L-E.N-T-Y :;ii:'
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officers.
loan
Used VW's "':' with one of our courteous

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4 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER JULY 30, 1970



I FAETULANT Has New COJax S1 Hurricane Becky Is Site I


-.Lt. R. J. Thompson Lt. Thompson was previouslythe Of VW-4 Officer PromotionJax
relieved Cdr. W.E. Miller as training officer at 1
icer-in-charge of FAETULANT here before last Lt Roger L. Bakklla, of He received his pilot wings in
FAETULANT Det. Jax during a week's ceremony. VW-4, was promoted to his new October 1968 after flight school at
change of command ceremony rank July 21 under rather unique NAS Pensacola, and NAS Corpus
Friday at Hangar 116. Cdr. Miller, his wife, and their circumstances.He Christi t
Guest speaker at the event was children have left for the U.S. full
in as a
was sworn
Capt. William A. Kiernan, Naval Academy in Annapolis, lieutenant while flying in the eye A veteran of 12 hurricane
Md.where he will duty penetrations, Lt. Bakkila
commanding officer of assume as
of hurricane Becky at an altitudeof
earned the Air Medal
CAAKI recently for
academic instructor.
FAETULANT in Norfolk, Va. an 1,000 feet, 150 miles northwestof Meritorious Achievement in
't :'1W'- J.'r' Cuba by Cdr. Paul L. Siverly, hurricane reconnaissance during
VW-4's executive officer.
'
;; the 1969 storm season.
Jimmy BrownFAETULANT
The career officer from
Crosby, Minn is a 1967 graduateof He and his wife, Leslie Ann,
Det. the Naval Academy. live in Jacksonville.


Selects Sailor
ir

Of The Quarter

Take stock in AmericaBuy
Jax-AK1 Jimmy B. Brown has
been named FAETULANT Det. US.Savings Bonds

Jax's Serviceman of the Quarter.
Selection for this honor entitles
him to receive a$25 U.S.Savings
Bond, a letter of recognition, a
copy of which will become a partof

Lt. R.J. Thompson assumes command of FAETULANT Def. Jax. his service record, a letter of SPECIAL
to the and
recognition parents
RATES FORSERVICEMEN
-. spouse signed by the com
manding officer, a picture
displayed on the quarterdeck and 55f
name engraved on the plaque $6.00 Per Person

GOOD YEAR ffJ\ hanging in the quarterdeck. Double Occupancy
f AK1 Brown is a 15 year
veteran, having enlisted in the
Navy in June 1955, leaving civilian

life and his home in Mullins, S.C. Ehtertiinment nicely, except Sunday, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at
Brown joined FAETULANT in 1'ter's' Seafood Restaurant, 250 Beautiful rooms with TV, Direct Dial
Special Offer January 1969. He has been serving Phone, Olympic Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking.
in the detachment's Material
Office as material office

OIL CHANGE: supervisor. J41IVEMOTOR

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loom made from his jaws, teeth, Within walking distance to all points of interest.
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ASK ABOUT OUR LIBERAL BUDGET TERMS- away. You can get to Cecil Field or the t r turn right on San Juan-Continue past
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I Retention Studies May Bring More Career IncentivesJax j


.- In 1969 the Navy set a first term retention goal of 23,000. Less than half services was favorable, and that Navy's appeal, more and more
hat goal was achieved, and the reasons for this deficiency are now being investigated Navymen could indeed serve men and women may be choosing
with pride and enjoy the supportand careers in national defense. The
by the BUPERS Retention Plans and Programs Division. respect of their civilian Division's efforts will benefit the
f Capt. E. H. English, director of the Division, spoke here Thursday to about 200 counterparts.With Navy, the nation and the In-
officers from various Com Jaxdepartments and commands on the subject of the Retention Plans and dividuals involved for, in the
career motivation .. why It is needed and how It can be Improved. Programs Division working to words of Chief of Naval
abolish outmoded rules and Operations Adm. Elmo R.
On the enlisted retention separations.This major retention Public Image regulations, and institute new Zumwalt Jr., 'There is no sub-
program, the captain pointed out problem is currently being policies that will broaden the stitute for good men.'
that the desired reenlistment rate researched, and shorter On the external plane, Capt. .
for first termers is 31 per cent; deployments and sea tours are English cited the Navy's public Alt WPf PlI'IINAJ.
however figures show that at the anticipated as an end result. image as an important retention s M1 ? ,!"IRIIN )'IJQ. /
end of 1969, first term retentionwas Career factors are another factor. He said that in nearly 0Kl I
only 16 per cent, and,more item which the serviceman must every community surveyed, pptwm s:1p MbRIGAGf, WdiSg
t
recent surveys reveal that it has consider when deciding whetherto public opinion of the armed A
dropped to 10 percent. stay in the Navy or return to
civilian life. Promotion op- ......t....i... .....r.ra.......riii.........u..wii. '
Problem Causes portunitites are currently one of .
the biggest stumbling blocks in r!
One of the tasks assigned to the this area. Cost reduction and the .'
Retention Plans and Programs resulting manpower cutback
Division is to identify the causesof have created a slowdown in the i School'snow
the declining retention rate Navy's enlisted promotion i,
and stimulate action to correct system. At this time there is a
the problem. Research is con- shortage of first term reenlist- .
ducted through many channels, ments in 64 of the 67 ratings. ': 7v :'
including the Personnel Twenty one ratings '- most of ,
.
Laboratories in which technical and-or '
Research are t'r I .
Washington and San Diego and critical are lacking in second 4N OuI
the Center for Naval Analysis. At termers. = =
least once a year, attitudinal One of the keys Co this problem, .
surveys are administered to 10 Capt. English suggested, may bea .. -
percent of the Navy's officers and more selective reenlistment -
five per cent of the enlisted men policy. This would raise the : .;
to gather inside opinions on the calibre of the Navy's career petty -
benefits and disadvantages of a officers and offer more advancement -
Navy career. Further information openings to qualifiedmen. .
is obtained from .
A performance Review .
separation questionnaires, Board has already been createdto ..
career motivation conferencesand weed out non-achieving E-8's -
other service branches., and E-9's, and a similar policy -
Findings from these sources may be extended to the lower -
indicate that there are five rates to ensure high quality .. -
primary significant influences among the enlisted career men. -
I which affect retention. Pay Fourth on the list of retention -'
allowance is one important factor factors is job satisfication. Good ., 1 -.
which, Capt. English says' leadership is essential here, as is / .
deserves more attention.Greater substantial job content to .. "., :, .I '.
sea pay, based on length of guarantee a sense of 'r;? ..
service rather than rate; continuation achievement .'
pay; variable housing .' .
allowance, and BAQ for Spreading the Word -
bachelors on sea duty' are I m'i. t.
Communications both internal ... e -
suggestions now being considered .
as possible career in- and external are yet a ; -
centives. another factor influencing
N '. : ";
Improved Conditions retention.Navymen must be fully -
aware of the benefits and advantages .
Working and living conditionsare of a military career. .
another element affecting the They must know when im .. T .
retention rate. Fringe benefits, provements and changes are ..
welfare and recreation are also enacted at the command and -
influential. With about 61 percentof Navywide levels. p' .
all Navymen married, one of .'
the complaints most frequently Various publications .. '.,'
encountered is lengthy family magazines, newspapers, .
newsletters, etc. are made '.

available spite however of all, surveys the for news this show media purpose that now in, i is the time to BUY BELLAIR i

being employed, the Navy is still .
falling short of its internal '. .

a communications word to every goal man: to spreadthe in the = ...in beautiful CLAY COUNTY! Now's the time to begin enjoying the ':

Fleet. Capt. English pointed out = better way of life in BELLAIR, the Properly Planned Community! :Ii
that the Plan of the Day is the Your children can walk to a modern, accredited, elementary _

most widely read publication on = school next fall, and all year 'round you'll enjoy the convenience =
the command level, yet eight per
cent of the Navy's personnel of a civic center, shopping center, and church in the development. _

admit that they don't read it. This = Choose your home design (spacious or compact), pick your wooded lot, =

.. ,. fact shows the need for an improved N and get these other nice things like sidewalks, street lights, curbing, _'
method of communicationthat gutters and storm sewers.. FREE! .
*COWOW STOP P IT oasAll Oc*-WI''tU Tilt reception.will get 100 per cent = And all this only minutes from the Naval Air Stations: VA and FHA :

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't,," "I<',
Vietnam Service _. .;n .; .'

",. '/, some
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Medal More

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Star CampaignsJax ,\1jf.:,: thoughts.RAdm ...


Lawrence Heyworth,Jr.
,
If you are wearing the H 1 \ -
Vietnam Service Medal you may hia.
be eligible for another star. (Editor's note: RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth, Jr., f is CommanderFleet

The Secretary of the Navy has Air, Jacksonville. As such, he Is the Immediate senior In the
the ninth, tenth and chain command above the commanding officers of the Naval Air
designated
eleventh campaigns for Vietnam Station Jacksonville, Cecil Field and Albany, Ga.,and Naval Station
subsequent to Mayport. He also has command authority over the naval aviation
operations
squadrons and wings (other than reserve) based at these various
November 2, 1968.
stations.)
The ninth is the Vietnam --
This is the first of what I hope
Counteroffensive or Operation new equipment privileges and
will be a useful series of articles.In .
Phase VI for the period from policy are all subjects you are
would like
this initial article, I
November 2, 1968, to February intersted in.
to outline what I'm trying to
22,1969; and the tenth is the TET just Since this column is an attemptat
here.
69 or Counteroffensive campaignfor accomplish communication, and since
All of from the admiral
us,
the period from February 23 communication is a two-way
down to Joe Airman(or Seaman)
to June 8, 1969 The tenth cam ;r proposition, I invite your com'
., tL '' Recruit, along with our
paign has not yet been named but ments. If you would like to see a
colleagues in the Marine Corps,
will be for the period from June 9, column on a subject you think is
and also importantly, our
1969 to a date yet to be announced THE DARING YOUNG MAN on the high diving board Is MM1 very relevant, don't hesitate to write
Service
colleagues in the Civil ,
Commanding officers may Wilford G. Hill of the Public Works Department. The eight-year your thoughts down and submit
Naval
involved in running a
authorize veterans to wear, additional veteran is in charge of pool maintenance at the air station, and took Service are that more them through your station
stars based upon the opportunity to have Public Works Officer Capt. R. T. Hardy ship grows newspaper.I'd .
and
complex
sophisticated
available records him over for six high above the'0'Club pool. every
day.But like to hear from the wives,
in spite of all the complexities too. Suggestions and ideas from

II II of the system, it is still Mrs. Joe can go a long way
the individual that makes the toward keeping Joe informed and

Navy an effective part of the happy.
national defense team. Withoutthe
JACKSONVILLE help of 'each man, individually Civilian employees here may
CNARLEy be interested in the whys and
v es T the system can'twork. wherefores of military customs

and traditions well the
as as
So the purpose of this column
will be to discuss just that the reasons behind some of our
regulations. You, too, are en-
MAN or WOMAN in service here.
HI PERFORMANCE AUTO PARTS I'll try to keep you up on the couraged. to submit your comments

things that affect you most.

SCHIEFER HURST HE OMAN Housing, pay, deployments, 'some thoughts.is not going to
services traditions
personal ,
OFFENHAUSER be another one of those columnsin
HOLLEY EELCO
which the Old Man airs his
EDELBROCK GABRIEL WEBER beefs. There will undoubtedly be

HOOKER STEWART WARNER WEIAND FRIENDLY, RELAXED& times, though, when I express

ZOOM M & HMICKEY MALLORY QUIET ATMOSPHERE some thoughts which are not

ISKY THOMPSON JARDINE iimiiiiiimiiiMiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiMiiiim popular,but which I feel I need to

CRANE SUN D' UG'S IDEALLY LOCATED FOR share with you.I'm sure some of
CECIL FIELD. NAS you will do the same to meat
AIR LIFT JAHNS
MR. GASKET CLOSE TO SCHOOLS least if this column sets up the
LAKEWOOD TRW POS-A-TRACTION CHURCHES AND kind of communication I hope it

THRUSH ANSEN TRANS-DAPT ............,.SHOPPING" ......... .,..,................ will. Also, I won't write every
CAL CUSTOM GRANT SHELBY Mr.& Mrs. Payton Watson, week just to have something'to
print
771.6666
6344103rd STREET TELEPHONE 771-8953
IN GRANT PLAZA
Take 103rd to Firestone
When I visit commands of Fleet )
Rd. Turn South 2 Blocks
Past Forrest high School Air, Jacksonville during inspections

visits, changes of
COLONIALOREST command and other occasion, I'll

WNTLOWTAXES.tc.m.ans.I be talking to you officers, men
LO
OREST and civilians.I'd like to hear your
reactions and suggestions.


Together, we can make this
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I Nearly 200 Years of Combined


Service Is Marked by Retirees



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Jax-Capt. John R. Kincaid, the rank of master sergeant. He
NAS commanding officer, now retires from the Supply PLANK OWNER-Frank McKinley accepts the replica of the Naval
presented Wendell Patrick a Department as the Supervisory Air Station's plank fromPublicWorks Officer, Capt. R.T. Hardy. Upon
retirement plaque as his 45 M;{t Inventory Management his retirement, McKinley, was nicknamed the 'Bald Eagle' of NAS
years of federal service come to a 6 q.. Specialist. He completed a totalof Jax.
close. Patrick, the NAS ad-' 35 years service.

ministrative assistant, joined the Ss Wilbert McArthur leading II ,
Army in 1925, served 10 years k stockman in the Material Dlvison I I I'I ; ,
there and entered civil service. of, Supply, began his federal
His civil service has been at M v service in 1942 in the Army. He I I I I II
Pensacola, Miami, Cecil Field .' was later employed by SupShipsand I
and at NAS Jax. l \ "ut"n",L. then transferred to NAS
Station Plank Owner, Frank :!J }$;'. Supply where he has completedmore
McKinley, director of Main ,.' "I' ;"i<' than 20 years of federal
tenance Control Divison in Public >> .' service. PIRATESCOVE Sunday,and also on Sunday thereis
Works,retired after more than 30 Mrs. Sylvia D. Rowe began her a Prime Rib special featuredfor
yean of federal service. Public Rowe federal service as a telegraph Ronnie and the Soul Societywill $1.95. The CPO Wives will

Works Officer, Capt. R.T. Hardy onto the plank and be was aptly operator In the Communications be appearing here tonight meet at the club Monday eveningat
nicknamed, 'The Bald Eagle. Department and transferred to through Sunday. Big time en- 8 p.m., and the club advisory
!INr ff'i; '. .rr.J, tertainment returns to the Jax board will hold its meeting
.J.,h. ':t Also retiring from Public the Supply Department. When
d tt( l}!'r..!-: i,, i' '; Works was Utilities Director, the telegraph operations no EM club Monday evening when Tuesday morning at 9.
: f ,, r the Pirates the
enlistedin longer became she Cove presents
: Christopher Bugg. Bugg necessary
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'til!, t the Navy in 1928 and attainedthe continued as a correspondenceand Shirellcs live on stage. OFFICERS CLUB
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rate of Chief Boilermanbef dispatch clerk in the Plan This group has a substantial
4W; career backing of 10 gold records. Thursday night is Beefeaters
i his retirement in 1958. Capt. ning Divison. Mrs. Rowe com-
Hardy presented Bugg, who has pleted over 18 years federal Among their best known night at the Officers Club, and on
r been with the station's utilities service. recordings are 'Dedicated to the Saturday there will be dining and
1 r 1 Mi Y division since 1958, a retirement One I Love,' 'Mama Said (There'dBe dancing to the music of Charles
plaque. Days Lke This),' and Jay and his orchestra The
Three Supply Department 'Tonight's the Night.' Appearingwith Sunday family buffet will be held
employees retired with Capt. KNOW 'mE WRIER.,. the Shirelles will be a great from 5 to 9 p.m. with a Happy
R.C. O'Loughlin presiding over soul band. There will be two Hour bar for officers in uniform.
ceremonies. Jay Ellis began his 4'IfIRE2'J shows-l:30: and 10:30: p.m.
federal service"career in 1935 The Camelots will provide the FRA BRANCH 91
with the U. S. Treasury's entertainment Tuesday evening
Bugg procurement division. He has and on Wednesday, the Tonight's shuffleboard
presented McKinley a piece of since worked with the Army Messengers of the Masses will Tournament will get underway at
the 'originiar plank of NAS Jax. Corps of Engineers, then 3 take the stage. 7:30: and there will be a dance
McKinley's name was tagged enlisting in the Army,he attained with live music on Friday
ACEY DEUCEY CLUB evening. Jim Mann and the
Goodtimers will be appearing at
Saturday evening's entertainment the club Sunday night, and
will be provided by Tuesday is game night. FRA
Whatever's Sair, and Sunday is serves meals each Tuesday
the night of the Jimmy Stricklen through Sunday.
show.
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.. in the form of educational
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I. Operation Deep Freeze


Needs More VolunteersJaxAre


you interested In a CME-4,5,6,7,8,9)( ); CSE-5,6,7,8)( ;
unique and adventurous duty? DCE-5,6,7)( ; DKE- ,7)); DTE-(
The Navy needs volunteers for 5,0)); EAE( -4,5)); EME-5,6)( );
Operation Deep Freeze, its ENE-6)( ); EOE-4( 5,6, 7, 8)E-;(
support-for-science program in 6,7,8,9)) ; E T N(E-4,5))
Antarctica, and specially HM (E-5,6,7,8)); IC (E-
qualified personnel are being 4,5)); MRE-6)( ; PNE-4,5,6);
selected now to winter-over for RME-4,5,6,7,8)( ); SFE-6)); SKE-( In
the 1971-1972 deployment. 4,5,6,7)); SHE-4,5,6,7)( ); SWE-( FREE! _
Volunteers for this duty not only 5,6)); UTE-4,5,6,7,8,9); YNE-(
have a challenge and experience 5,6,7)); AA-AN; CA-CN; FA-FN;
incomparable to other Navy SA-SN and TN-SD (E-3,4)).
assignments, but may enjoy Volunteers in the following SAFETY
special benefits for completing a specific ratings are needed. ET-
tour in Antarctica. ETN-with NEC 1525, 1527 and
Wintering-over personnel may 1577; CS 'B' school graduates; __ INSPECTION!
participate in the Program for RM with NEC 2303 and 2342; SH
Afloat College Education with NEC 3112, 3122 and 3154; UT
(PACE) under which a person with NEC 6117; SF with NEC I
9flIOEiE
may enroll in up to eight accredited 4944; ABF with NEC 7022; AG [ !
undergraduate courses, with NEC 7412 and 7414; and HM
may join the Savings Deposit With NEC 8405, 8417, 8442, 8452 ADJUST BRAKES
Program for savings at 10 per- and 8483. : '
: cent interest compounded About 150 men in the following 'WHEEL ALIGHTMENT ROTATE TIRES,

quarterly,; n4-become eligiblefor rates,(;are' needed by VXE4 for REPACK FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS
60 days leave upon two full 'summer support
: reassignment. Deep Freeze deployments with Operation .' BALANCE TWO FRONT WHEELS
veterans are authorized to wear Deep Freeze 72 and 73.- THESE ARE VERYIMPORTANT
the Antarctica Service Medal and Enlisted: BM, RM, YN, CYN,
may also get their choice of duty PN, DK, CS, JO, PC, SH, SN, SAFETY
for reassignment. AFCM,AD,ADR,ADJ,AT,ATN, FEATURES TOO OFTEN
Volunteers are selected if they ATR, AB, ABH, AE, AM, AMS, NEGLECTED. LET US
meet the physical requirements, AMH, AME, PR, AS, ASE, ASM,
have a clear record of current ASH, AK, AZ, PH, AN, HM, DT, (SERVICE YOU-ONLY
enlistment and have sufficient DS, TN.
obligated service.Appliants must Officers: 131X Cdr. and below
be recommended by their ,with experience in C-121, H-34,
commanding officers. UH-1D or C-130; 132X LCdr. and REG.
Det Alfa wintering-over party below with experience as aerial
needs men in the following navigators; 31XX LCdr, and $19.00
general ratings for Operation below, 620X Lt. or Lt. (jg), 663X L VALUE
Deep Freeze 72 and 73. Lt. and below, 771X, 741X, 761X
Officers: 13XX Cdr. (com- 831X, 680X Lt. or Lt. (jg) and ,, 00
manding officer),13XX-661X Lt. 865X Cdr. and below. "i---i
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necessary
665X Lt. and below withmeteorologlcal"experience,110X Job Vacancies TUBELESS BLACK ALL

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Red Darter Detachment Returns

I

, From Mediterranean DeploymentJaxPatrol

Squadron 45 Rota. During the Jordan crises, the Mediterranean. t ..
wrapped up its eight and a half the squadron had three aircraft
months of Mediterranean operating from Sigonella, Sicily 'The fine support of your
operations on jluly 27. and Soudha Bay, Crete, maintenance personnel has madeit :.
The detachment was under the augmenting Patrol Squadron possible to fill the demands of a .,.
operational control of RAdm. Five's aircraft in maintaining a ready ASW force at Rota under
Fleming, Commander ASW 24-hour anti-submarine screen austere conditions. I look forwardto
Forces Sixth Fleet, with around a carrier task force your return this fall well
headquarters in Naples, Italy. operating in the eastern Med. knowing that I can always' counton a S'A
While assigned to Rota, Naval In a message of appreciation to Patron Four Five.
Station Spain the Red Darters the squadron upon the completionof commanderFleet
provided ASW support for Sixth the deployment RAdm. Capt. Pressler,
Fleet operations in the Fleming stated, Please conveyto Air Wing Eleven,
Mediterranean, logging more all personnel who participatedin congratulated the squadron on
than 4,500 accident-free hours the extended deployment ofVP45 the success of the deploymentand ';>,
and than to Naval Station Rota was on hand to welcome Cdr.
covering more a quarterof my
million miles in and for Mason back to Jacksonville on :
a training personal appreciation an ? "!
operational flights. The four- important and vital job well July 17.The : ,', ,
aircraft, six-crew detachmentwas done.' RAdm. Fleming also squadron is scheduled to .",
alternately under the stated, 'Your performance deploy again in late October to '
command of Cdr. R. A. Mason, during operations National Week Sigonella, Sicily. In the interim, .
commanding officer, and the Five and Six, Poopdeck and other training and operational flightsas Jay// i
Executive Officer, Cdr. S. J. exercises as well as numerous well as preparations for the
McArdle, Jr. surveillance and ASW missions NATOPS evaluation and an WELCOME HOME Capt. Prtsster, commander Fleet Air Wing
The squadron participated in clearly demonstrates that team Operational Readiness In- Eleven,welcomes Cdr. Mason,commanding officer of VP-45, back to
several exercises with Sixth spirit and professional knowledgeas spection will keep the squadron Jacksonville as Cdr. S. J. McArdle Jr.,executive officer looks on. The
Fleet units and provided trainingand displayed by Patron Four Five personnel busy. squadron completed an eight and a half month split-deployment to
operational services for Det Rota can overcome en- Rota, Spain on the 17th of July.
Submarine Squadron 16 based at vironmental obstacles to ASW in .
: Archers InvitedTo


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MORE-GySgt. J.T. Rodgers, MATSO Admin Chief, receives When entering a turnpike,
an honorable discharge prior to reenlisting for two years here Mon. drive along the acceleration lane
day. He has been with MATSG since December 1969. LtCol. L.E. until a gap opens in the traffic. Do REVELS
Blanchard, MATSG CO, officiated at the ceremony not stop. This is the cause of

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Midshipmen at-sea training this more youngsters to participate in speed when the weather is bad.
summer will draw about 1,600 a summer camp program for
When passing,check both lanesin
midshipmen from the Naval underpriviledged boys from the
a three lane highway, and
Academy and Naval Reserve local community. The boys,
signal your intentions. If a car
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(NROTC) at colleges and area schools, will sleep in over and let him pass. Do not
universities throughout the barracks at the naval station eat tailgate yourself. In an accident,
country. They'll serve on 100 their meals at the mess hall and the man behind is usually guilty.
ships of the U. S. First Fleet and engage in sports events that will Night driving is particularly
Submarine Force, obtaining include swimming and bowling. hazardous. You must dim your
practical experience in naval Programs on safe driving, arts lights for oncoming cars, even
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carriers, cruisers, frigates, fighting techniques will be roadways. Watch for brake lights
auxiliaries, submarines and presented. ahead. Reduce speed by 10 milesan
other ships. hour. CHECK THESE

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,; From the BOOK SHELF Navy Offers


/ A A Promotion TipsMany


-I r
of you who have taken an
examination for advancement in
Book Review: 'Search' by Diane admirers and followers the rating may have passed the
Kennedy PikeDoubleday events which led to his sad and examination but becuase of a low
& Co. 1970. untimely death. multiple were not advanced. You
Reviewed by: Staff Hospital The book unveils the fight of may quite naturally ask 'Why
Library man against nature. The car wasn't I advanced and what can I
'Search true story about the becomes immobile,having.a tire do next time to improve my
tragic death of one of America's caught in one of the deep wadis, chances?' Perhaps the followingwill
most controversial clergyman, and all traction is lost. The answer these questions.
James A. Pike. The author of'Search' decision is made to leave the car The Navy is authorized by the
is his wife of only eight and continue on foot for water '' r ?ir M rdt R. i I Department of Defense to have
months. and help. They become so weary about 60 per cent of its force in
She discusses their drive into and dehydrated they only want to ::/ the petty officer ranks. Portionsof
the wilderness, the intense heat, lie down and die! It is Diane who rj this percentage are allotted to
realizes she must make the effortto each pay grade again by the
((120 degrees) the rough terrain,
DISCUSSING THE UADPS FEEDBACK report with Capt. D. H.
continue the struggle and find DOD. The Navy is therefore
the rented car, and supplies Helle, commanding officer, are (from left to right) Cdr. B. L. Mc- number of
limited in its petty
consisting of two Coca Colas and help. Clellan, production officer; M. E. Swanson, Management Systems
She tells of the agonizing 10 officers by pay grade.In .
an oil which did
company map
Branch Supervisor; L. J. Croxton of Production Control and R. L.
not show the horrendous con- hours alone, and at night, before Kronholm of Management Controls. a rating where there are
ditions of the roads they were to she stumbles into an Arab con- more test passers than vacan-

..travel. struction camp. The five, ,long NARF ,cies those persons who passedthe
Mrs.: Pike: has told the'{story days in the' hotel in, Jerusalem Converts; Data test but have insufficient
''like it wa's' at the request of theBoard waiting the search parties'go multiple standing are designated
of Directors the Bishop out'each' day only to return at Systems' To UADPSJax 'passed but not advanced
Pike Foundation hoping to share night,with nothing.The (PNA),' which distinguishesthem
with the large congregation of his arrival of her brother from The Naval Air Rework jobs. from those failing the
the United States to console and Facility has just made a sub- The revised Feedback system examination. Advancement
Hilp Stop TheftJax help in any way possible. The stantial step forward by con- will affect essentially all per- therefore depends on passing the
psychic mediums who are friendsof verting to the UADPS (Uniform sonnel. Its fruition is expected to examinations and having a
Barracks theft can be the couple, continually tryingto Automatic Data Processing provide more timely, accurate multiple standing higher than the
prevented and all hands are communicate with him. And System) 'Feedback' procedure and comprehensive management cutoff point.
urged to take the necessary finally her vivid vision of his effective with the new fiscal year. information and will supply Now, how can you improve
precautions.Do death in the desert, not where she This'Feedback'conversion has operating and decision-making your multiple? First, let's
not leave personal had left him but where he had been a major undertaking. For a data for all management levels analyze the weights given to the
valuables such as watches, rings, tried to follow. considerable period of time the and thereby help make the NARF various factors which are used to

wallets, and money laying One must read the book to fully NARF has been using source date increasingly responsive to fleet compute your multiple. ((1)) the
around carelessly ,for someone appreciate the reason anyone automation equipment on a aircraft maintenance examination score accounts for
who may be watching and. would go into the desert so ill- somewhat limited basis for the requirements. 40 per cent of your final multiple;
waiting for such an opportunity to prepared, and to understand the collection of labor distributionand ((2) performance marks, 27 per
take them. Even when planningto deep love and faith she had in her other shop production data. Navy Pilots Log cent; (3)) length of service, 11 per
be away from your living area struggle to bring help to her The new Feedback scheme is the cent; ((4)) time in rate, 121 per
for the shortest period of time, beloved Jim. result of extensive developmenteffort Sea LandingsThe cent, and (5)) awards, 8 per cent.
remember to place all valuablesin The story is tragic, but the coupled with the addition of You can see that the majority of
a locker and lock it author has a faith in God and In 48 more data transacters to the 42 new Naval Air Reserve the points come from the
, Although theft may not always an afterlife that make it possiblefor already in use, the conversion of Force, in following the preceptslaid examination score and your
; be prevented, precaution can do her to conclude her narrative operating documents to the new down by RAdm. H. E. performance marks, so this is
,; much to discourage it. In case of stating that there is no need for arrangement,and the adoption of Greer, commander, Naval Air where you should concentrateyour
theft, call the Station Police regrets because she knows that a new numbering system for Reserve Force, Chief Naval Air efforts when trying to get
\ immediately on extension 2661. 'Jim is alive and so am I.' designating shops and accounting Reserve Training, when that advancement.

reorganized last year, increased
r carrier qualifications in Fiscal Wives HoldInstallation
Year 1970 over previous years.
More than 100 pilots carrier
qualified flying A-4 Skyhawks,
ElBs and S2Es, both of which are
anti-submarine warfare aircraft Jax-The Pirates Cove will be
They logged more than 870 the location of the VP-5 Wives
arrested landings. Nearly 350 Club installation ceremony for
t helo landings were recorded with this year's officers. The event
pilots flying the SH3A, will be held at 10 a.m. today.
Helicopter. Guests at the ceremony will
The selected reserve pilots include Cdr. and Mrs. R.T.
qualified from the USS Dubuque, Thomas and Cdr. and Mrs. G. D.

USS Lexington, USS Intrepid, Barker.
USS Guam and USS Kitty Hawk.
During the month of March pilots
from the Naval AirReserveForce 'J
M
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+ R conducted carrier operations on
three separate ships.
The pilots came from four Gut (Julian

x ;a Naval Units Air Alameda Reserve, ''Training Calif., .; (QML/

Jacksonville, Fla., Lakehurst, ;
N.J., and Norfolk, Va., and from
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landings there were no mishaps, Kitchens equipped with O-E
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( Greer, addressing the Com- Drapes furnished
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Toast Mistresses i

I

Turned-On/ TalkersBy Sports By DTC 1.D.. Brewster



LtJg( ) John Fromelt,PAO speeches on preassigned topics -
which are timed and evaluated.The SOFTBALL
What is a Toast Mistress-A constructive criticism is just and one-third scoreless innings. National League: Sam
mistress one should toast, or one that, constructive. The evaluator Playoffs: Action through Needless to say; ,the Ops team DelVecchios' decimated league
that specializes in making toast? certainly does not spare anyonein Monday saw Operations win crowed long and loud when their continues to produce some fine
I invited to attend luncheon twice, shutting out AV-ORD 7-0 1st dented the VA-
was a her criticism. The speaker is run plate individual and team efforts. High
of the Sortes ToastmistressClub criticized on the timing of the and VA-174,9-0. Against AV-ORD 174 was leading 3-1 in the 3rd series went to McAffie ((580)),

to answer such questions speech, grammar, eye contact, Kusske and Nickleson each inning during the VA-83 game Harberts ((575)), Spunaugle (569))
-. and partly to celebrate their first posture and gestures among stroked a double and a single. when the skies opened up with a and Malone ((558)). McAffie also
h anniversary at Cecil Well, I other areas.What thought was a Ops avenged their only regular heavy rain. After the rains, all rolled the high game ((225)).
found out that the ToastmistressClub very fine speech turned out to season loss in the rout of VA174. the Hellrazors turned to and
is a self taught Dale Car- have numerous deficiency areas Kusske contributed three singles, cleared the infield of water. For StandingsAdmin
Club. This club and Ed Lord(who?) a double anda 'mysterious' VA-83
neige promotesand according to the evaluator. some reason,
and single to the 11-hit Ops attack. did not the Hellrazor 66.18
teaches good speech After the meeting, the guests players help
mastering the English language, were asked if they had any Stoutpaw Don Doole took the groundkeepers Softball madea Dental 52-24
VA-174 No.1 47V/*-24V/*
measure of VA-83 in a rain
with a side effect of discussions in comments. 'Good Steak' was brief one game comeback at VA72VA83 45-31
which one can express their ideas heard from the back of the room. delayed game, 8-1, Duncan, Cozy Corners you guessed iti! .2112.37112
and opinions.The Actually, all guests come away Johnson and Rowe each had two Three balls cleared the fence. Medical 42.38
..
hits for the Hellrazors. .so-
Operations
luncheon ,was a regular duly impressed with what these Silverstreak Hardee made a very AMD 37-43
schedule meeting to show the energetic women are doing. Thisis VA-174 whitewashed VA-87 4-0 astute managerial move Monday VA-174 No.2NAMTD 28W51V226W49Vi
guests just what transpires at a club that all social minded on Thursday. Blauvelt bangedout __- he benched himself. No. 1
.. these bi-monthly sessions. And I women should exploit. two singles and a double to
take hitting honors. Stewart was
must say these ladies are certainly New officers are Mrs. Betty BOWLINGAmerican
doing something constructive Detamore-president Mrs. winning pitcher.
personally and socially.As Maxime Henderson;, vice AV-ORD nipped VA-81, 65. League: Mike II
one women said, 'Things are president; Mrs. Virginia Urich went the route to gain the Denno picked off 594 pins for the

easier at home now that I can Deakins, secretary; Mrs. Jane win. The Ordnance crew' scored' evenings high series, and H.
the marker' in the 7th
express, more effectively my Zimmerman,treasurer,and Mrs. winning James took high game with an x '
ideas and opinions to my Louise Beard, club represen inning on an unearned run. excellent 232. James' feat con- e t 41.
husband.' Husbands, look out; tative. VA-83 eliminated AV-ORD, 43. stituted his high game for the
she may be able to twist your New members should contact Pinder of VA-83 pitched his way season. Seven other bowlers
words around.A out of a bases-loaded jam in the rolled 200 and nine
Betty Detamore, 302; Catherine games, league
typical meeting consists of Gay, 322; or Louise Beard, 200. 1st inning and quelled a 7th inning members had 500 sets.
=; AV-ORD. In a subdued voice, our Mighty
t VA-87 downed VA-81, 86. Midget confessed to having fallen
Ageless Ray Meadows was from his lofty pinnacle of bowling
winning pitcher, despite servingup excellence-he tossed a Y
two gopher balls to Beck of 'magnificent' 111 game. For +F F

I rA VA-81. A three-run homer by those who somehow failed to get
DeLoier in the 5th the
provided
the word, Mac carried a 172
winning margin. average.
The Raiders made an invasionof As further incentive to the
the community of Glynco in downtrodden bowling hackeryes

Sierra Florida and won three ( me too) B. G. (he will only
IM" games from their generous hosts. permit us to use his initials)
After Bliss encountered control
rolled The
a 'sparkiling 131.
problmes in the 1st game and unkown (masked?) kegler
absorbed a 6-3 loss, the Raiders carries a 180 average. The
M IS came back to win by socres of 6-4, leaders have only four more

5-4, and 5-3. nights of bowling, and three other
7V The Raiders stylish stoutpaw, teams can still catch them sic
\'- : OonA NAND 11"1'0 .."i'S tt Hd 1 Gorans// Don Doole, took the measure of em tigers.
Glynco twice and Bliss returned
F'. from his opening game loss to
display the form which made him Standings:

MOVE INTO 'The SPOILER1IMATADOC the best pitcher in the 6th Naval VA-45 No. 1 54-34
District during 1969. VA-46 No.2 54-34

:: ::::::::=>:: : ::::: : >>:: >'* "'Q. Raider hitters had 43 hits in the VA-45 Operations No.2 49-31 P
four-game set. Denno had eight Marines 51.33 49-35

hits, Jackson had seven,(not bad Weapons 43-41
for a displaced umpire) Zerillo, Dental 43-41
'cia six; Newman, six, and Linken- VA-174 41.43 CURVACIOUS CASTAWAY -
VA 83 Tina Louise is
41-43 one of the unfor-
felter five.Rudin .
VA-46 No. 1 34-48 tunate cutaways on Gilligan'sIsland.
Rubles: Until hit with a Food Service 34-52 Obviously being marooned
\k # APARTMENTS six run outburst by Ops in the 1st AMD 34-50 hasn't adversely affected
inning of Mondays Supply 3-50
game, Barney AMD Avionics her.
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Surfing, Sailing Championships

I

r Taking Entries for August MeetsJax


a The dates for the 1970 Mississippi River may enter. using the fiberglass class KA's
Surfing and Sailing Navy Awards will be presented to the (Rainbow) 24 foot sailing craft
Championships have been an- top five winners in each of the two The crew will consist of three
nounced by the host commandsfor divisions, men's open and members, one or more in the
the week of August 24. women's open division. The crew must be an enlisted person.
The commanding officer of United States Surfing Association Winners and runners-up will be
Fleet Anti-Air Warfare Training Rules will be observed for the invited to compete in the In-

Center, Dam Neck, Virginia competition.The vitational Regatta at Annapolis,
Beach. Va. will host the East 1970 East Coast and Aug. 2628.
Coast Surfing Championship at Atlantic Fleet Sailing Cham-
Dam Neck Beach Aug. 26-28. pionship will be hosted by Naval Contact the Athletic Office,
All Navy, Coast Guard, Marine Station Annapolis, Md. com- Bldg. 3, ext 3239 for more information -
Corps, Army and Air Force of- mencing at the Sailing Center at on both Championship
ficers and enlisted personnel the Naval Academy Aug. 24-26. competitions and for the official
stationed in the area east of the This will be a Round Robin race entry blanks.


CONGRATULATIONS Trophy In hand, tournament championWalt
Brittle of the Naval Hospital accepts a congratulatory kiss from Duck Hunters Advised: Know Your Birds I
his wife after the Friday golf finals.

TALLAHASSEE-Duck hunters 'Exceeding the total points by able to tabulate his points only if
Golf will need to know their ducks part of a duck will not be con- he can identify the ducks in his 4
Tournament during the 1970-71() hunting season, sidered a violation Frye said, bag, and the responsibility for
as an experimental waterfowl 'for instance, he will have exceeded tabulation will be that of 'the
point system will govern the daily the total by 10 points, but hunter. We recognize the dif-
Announces ResultsJax bag limit, and proper duck would not be in violation unlesshe ficulty in Identifying' birds in
identification will be the.factor shot another bird.' flight, but feel that duck hunters
that determines the hunters daily Assigned points are as follows: should recognize the bird in hand,
take. 60 point ducks; hen mallard, and determine its point value.
-Firing three sub-par 70'sand sacola, 78-77-74-79-3)8) ; Walt The new point system bag Jimit., Florida mallard, black duck, The new bag limit system
a second day round 74, Walt Kelcewski, Jax, 80-79-76-77-312; adopted by the Game and Fresh wood duck, redhead, canvasbackand might appear a bit confusing at
of the Naval
Brittle Hospital Ben Jennett, Memphis, 75-79-77- Water Fish Commission places a hooded merganser. Twenty first, Frye said, 'but after a bit of
walked off with the Sixth Naval
85-316; Abe Fennell, Pensacola, point value on different species of point ducks; drake mallard, study we feel that duck hunters
District Golf Tournament open 81-78-84-80-323; Bud Thatcher, waterfowl, and hunters will be green-winged tale and ,ring- will recognize the system as an
championship Friday. Pensacola, 79-86-81-84-330; Steve allowed a total of 70 points which necked duck. Ten point ducks; opportunity for additional
Brittle's opening round 70 gave Keir, Memphis, 90-81-84-86-341; they may accumulate for a daily gadwall, American .pidgeon, shooting. The system is actuallya
him a two stroke lead over Oren Meyer, Jax, 91-85-81-93-350;
bag limit blue-winged teal, shoveler, form of species managementfor
Charleston's Bill Glisson, a lead V. C. Whitmire, Pensacola, 81-89- Ducks have been classified in pintail, scaup, goldeneye, buf- waterfowl, and is designed to
that grew to 13 strokes out in 94-88-352; Tom Woods, Memphis, three separate point categories, flehead, ruddy duck, American reduce the harvest of ducks that
front of the pack by the end of 72 88-86-90-92-356 Dave Koontz,
; with some ducks valued at 60 merganser, redbreasted may have encountered low
holes.In' Charleston, 90888894360.The points each, others have been merganser and all other speciesnot reproduction,, and at the same
senior's play, Wilburn Ball assigned a 20 point value, and a allocated a specific point time allow sportsmen an ad-
of Pensacola captured first, with team title went to third group of birds are valued at value. ditional harvest of the species
Walt Kelcewski finishing second. Charleston with 1240, while the 10 points each.According Frye said, 'A hunter will be that are in good supply.'
Ball overcame Ben Jennett's local NAS Jax squad carded a to Commission .
three stroke lead after 18 holes to 1269 for second and the runner up Director, Dr. 0. E. Frye, the keyto
come from behind for the title. trophy. tabulating the new point

will be identification of '
system '
Other top ten. team finishers "n I W
Open Results birds in the bag rather than birdsin Buy Bonds
included: Albany 1271, Mayport
flight however, hunters who
Top Ten: Walt Brittle, Jax, 70-() 1280, Memphis 1283, Cecil Field are able;to identify birds in flight ,.
74-70-70-284() () ; Tim Bestenheider, 1306, NB Key West 1348, Glynco will have the opportunity to --
Albany,78-75-74-297; Bill Glisson, 1350, NAS Key West 1351, Athens harvest more birds by selective ::
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Charleston, 72-74-81-72-299; Dick 1375 and Atlanta 1404. shooting. The new system will

Craig, Charleston, 80-77-75-69- encourage duck hunters to
301; Dick VanLeuvan, Mayport, Representing the Sixth Naval become familiar with identifying
76-76-78-307; Barry Smith, Cecil District in the South Atlantic this features of flying ducks. (
Field 77-79-79-311 Willie Wilson, week in Little Creek, Va., are
; Brittle Bestenheider, Glisson Frye explained the system by "',
Memphis, 77-78-79-78-312; Bill saying that a hunter might
and Craig. The district seniors
Little, Glynco, 76-80-81-75-312; harvest seven ducks worth 10
Bill Killion, Charleston, 74-77-78- will be Ball and Kelczewski. points each, or three ducks worth

84-313; and Jim Stout, Memphis, Winners in the South Atlantic 20 points each, plus one 10 point

77-78-82-77-314. travel to Long Beach,Calif., for a duck or any combination, but
Seniors Results shot at All-Navy honors and a must stop hunting when the last Om
the into the duck harvested reaches or exceeds ;
berth on Navy's entry
Top Ten: Wilburn Ball, Pen- Inter-Service golf tournament. 70 points.

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VW-4 FlfhtsPollution 1 NATTC In The News I


Jax Navymen of Weather
Reconnaissance Squadron Four

(VW-4)) did their part to fight HMl Wilder took a step along Appreciation Letter
pollution here Friday by cleaningup the path to a Navy career July 23.
'
their own 'back yard. He reenlisted for the first time. Barbara McNeely was
In this case their 'back yard' is When asked why, he replied presented a letter of appreciation
the St. Johns River. that as a reenlistment incentivehe Monday for the fine job she did in

The squadron, better known as was being ordered to Medical the Public Affairs Office and as
the 'Hurricane Hunters,' is more Administrative School in the writer of this column.
r( at home flying into hurricanesthan November and that also he was The letter read in part: 'The
wading in river water hoping to become an officer in the willingness you displayed in
picking up scrap metal, rusty 7 Medical Service Corps program. taking on extra work, in additionto
cans and glass bottles. The Vancouver, Wash native your own job in the
began his active duty six years Educational Services Office, is
The project was conceived by ago after accumulating 18 the kind of attitude which has
Lt. (jg) Richard G. Van Devente.'I months of reserve time. He made our Navy great. Not only
became interested in the medical were you willing, you demonstrated
was walking on the sea wall field through work in a rest home competence and initiativein
and saw the mess that had accumulated -
and the
a hospital as an orderly. rapidly learning
in the shallow water FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE Marine Sgt. Bertly V. Englade, Prior to entering the Navy, he requirements of a job completely
and decided it was about time the NAS Shore Patrol, received a meritorious mast at a ceremony Friday investigated the medical training outside your field.'
Navy and especially VW-4 should from LtCol. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG CO. Sgt. Englade was cited for programs of all the services and, Mrs. McNeely is the officer
.. do something about it,' he said. serving as a member of the Mobile Roving Shore Patrol Unit in as the Navy's was the best, here programs coordinator for
( 'The executive officer, Cdr. Jacksonville and maintaining a remarkable degree of professionalismwhile he is. NATTC. She, along with the
{ Paul L. Siverly, agreed whole assigned to that unit. Before arriving at NATTC, career counselor,is the one to see
heartedly, and really put the, Wilder was stationed aboard the if you are interested in becominga
l project in high gear,' Last Reenlistment, Ceremony USS Platt which patrolled the commissioned or warrant of
About 100 men, trucks and two coast of Vietnam..He has also had ficer or if you are interested in
cranes were used to clean up the tours at' Sangley Point in the one of the Nay's education
i mess and the project took all Conducted for CMSgt RocheJax Philippines and at the Naval programs such as NESEP or
morning. Most of the more than Hospital in San Diego. ADCOP.
two tons of trash collected con- CMSgt. Just D. Roche, Reserve Flying Center in The first class corpsman felt
sisted of bottles and scrap metalof first sergeant of the 679th Radar Memphis. A brief tour in Alaska that his rapid promotion was due Honor Class
all types. Squadron for nearly 10 years, in 1959, and he was ordered to his to the wide range of experiencehe
'The country, in general, is in reenlisted for the last time July present assignment at 079th received. Having worked in The students of Class 011 won
i bad shape pollution-wise. 23.The every medical department, he the competition for Honor Classin
Everyone is involved and must chief master sergeant has has a versatility which can bf; put the AE 'A' School, stopping
become more aware of the completed 29 years and four to use wherever the need may Class 015 in their push for five
problem and take action,' the months of active duty, and -is arise.At NA TTC he started out in consecutive wins and a tie for the
lieutenant added. 'I'd like to see scheduled to retire next June. Supply and Pharmacy and is now record.
the entire naval base take the During World War II he servedin working in Admin. He also had
initiative in cleaning up our environment the Pacific Theater, and for 13 some time as the Medical The students, Class Leader AN
and I think we've years following that he served as Department 'leading chief' Daniel Barreto, and Class Ad-
helped to make a good start.' first sergeant of the 2584 Air before Chief White arrived. visor AE1 Ronald Hood are to be
Wilder will be leaving NATTC commended for winning this
Your ,"" ''''''''' ,, in October for 30 weeks of honor for the second time with a
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Reader and AdviserWill 4 ? *, i hitches in the Navy were AOC
read your entire life without' asking any t 9 Jimmie Morris and YN1 Richard
questions, gives advice on all affairs of life such e CMSgt. Roche Solie.
as Love, Courtship, Marriage, Law Suits and
Chief Morris instructor In
Business Speculation. Tells you Who and When Radar Squadron where he has an i
you will marry. She never falls to unite the remained since November 1060.CMSgt. AO School, reenlisted for another
tfI"'. Separated,cause Speedy and Happy Marriages, Roche hails from four years which brings his totalto
overcomes Enemies and Bad Luck of all kinds.
Mineral Wells,Miss., and he lists 17 years.
PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL READINGS ,
hunting, fishing and collecting YN1 Solie who works in the
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3200 Reid St., Palatka, Fla. In Front of VFW and his wife Esther presently School will be in for another four
Look For The Hand Sign In Front of Her Home Future reside in Jacksonville with their15yearoldson years. He was reenlisted by Lt. w
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I Don't Mix Sun, DrugsWASHINGTON


After about of drugs.It .
three hours in the hot
sun, the
makes no difference that you
man with the cold
complainedthat are not ordinarily bothered by the
he wasn't feeling well; he sun. With a significant number cf
was hot all over and thought he commonly used drugs, even mild ED PARK'SBELLAIR
would pass out His buddy, exposure can cause serious
treating him for heat stroke, trouble.
elevated his feet, loosened his
shirt collar and placed a towel Drug Power
Magnified
soaked with ice water on his

head. Antibiotics are among the
worst offenders. So are
Severe Symptoms tranquilizers, sulfa drugs,
antihistamines and some of the
Breath was coming in gasps compounds used to treat
and his body was wracked with diabetes, edema and high blood
tremors. His partner called a pressure. If any of these is
first aid station and described the present in the system and the
situation. The corpsman quicklyand person goes into the bright
accurately diagnosed the sunshine, the power of the drugscan
illness as other than sun stroke. be multiplied several times.
The man was taken to a hospital Hives, bumps and similar ab-
where he remained on the critical normalties develop not only on
list for several days, receiving the exposed areas but all over the
constant fluid transfusions and body, including the eyes. Kidney
expelling blood in his urine an and liver damage is quite com
indication of kidney damage. A
week elapsed before he could mon.We should all be aware of the
recognize his wife and children. dangers of the sun in combination
This man was a victim of whatis with certain drugs not only to
technically called permit timely assistance to
'photosynthesis'- unusual boatmen and swimmers but to
reaction which often occurs to protect our own relatives and
people who expose themselves to friends against the dangers involved
the sun after taking certain types .
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Local Students Learn New Trades

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At Youth ', B r'
Employment ProgramBy r z' 4ySE't i d
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SN Johnnie Rodgers the station. These youths receive specific job orientation and group
high commendation from both counseling the participant gets a
Where does the high school their counselors and coworkersfor good idea of what he can expect
student gain the on-the-job being alert, adept, and from his experience here and
training needed to land that first cooperative in their assignments.Most what he must contribute in orderto
job after graduation? of their assignments are derive the most from the
Many youths here are finding clerical in nature; however, program. Job performance is
the answer to this question in the technical trades are not determined on the basis of his
Federal Summer Employment neglected. Aids can be found at maturity motivation and ability.
Program for Youth. This Rework Facility in painting and The summer aid is expected to
s program, in operation since 1965, repair shops, on shipping and be a hard worker, to show in-
is geared to the overall receiving lines at the Supply terest and initiative in his job, to ,
I development of the participants, Department, or preparing mealsin submit ideas for the im } < a t tlT
who range in age from 16 to 21 the Naval Hospital's Food provement of his job, to ask
B years old.Special. Service Department. questions and to discuss his plans
emphasis, however, is The use of summer aids with his supervisor.The _
: placed on handling the problems benefits not only the youths success of the youth em-
,, of adjusting to a routine and themselves, but also the em- ployment program depends on
L general job experience, and on ployers, in that trained personnelare the efforts of each of the par
ti __ aiding the youths in becomingmore freed to pursue more ticipants. This effort, so far, has FASCINATING JOBS -Thomas J.Johnson (above), a graduate of
career-minded. specialized jobs. been great. In its short span of New Stanton high school has learned a great deal about the makeupof
.The program is specifically The aids, many of whom have existence, the program has met lets from his experiences in the NARF election seat shop, while
concerned with the needs of those been working at the air station with more than its share of distilled water at the Naval Hospital's Central Supply department is
with economic or educational for more than one summer, success, and continues to expandto expertly prepared by Carrier Parker, an elementary education major
handicaps. Money earned from find the work both interesting and meet the needs of its members. from Florida Junior College (below).
the jobs offered through the challenging.., Some have gone on +
program enables many youths to to making permanent careers out f r y; 44/f Rapp' M'e
complete their high school of the fields they were exposed to
education. in the program, going on to Take stock in AmericaBuy
Approximately 215 young men schools, taking exams and risingto u.s.Savings Bonds YS Cv
and women are involved in the well-paying and satisfying
employment program, workingas positions.
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point of view,has an enjoyable| In vehicle transportation,seen here 'a ,
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perhaps,to pick up shop materials or a needed airplane part. ____ nM._ .- ___ _________________ _
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ABLE AND EAGER The I Hospital's Food Services Division,Ardle Damon,of New Stanton High
youths who are employed In the School,has taken advantage of the Youth Employment Program,and
Summer Aid program are greatly enjoys her work.WHOUSUi.
engaged in a variety of jobs
designed to familiarize them with
work experiences and to help
them earn spending money for PRICES TO ALL!
the things they want and need. ..
They are seen around several
commands here, and like Larry
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:. .."; ",}" "p"\ '.':"" 't. f<" #.;j".D' :'i j." ;' \ / :" :' 'l.i\W:' ''' "DUMBO'Jax Seaplanes/ Retire ;j


Nearly 30 yean ago the helicopters. More recently new to improve the station's SAR
t air station was founded on the St jet helicopters have been added capability.
,
Johns River and a sea drone was
established for seaplanes to land,
load and take off the river. In 1941
when the station supported advanced
training commands,
seaplanes were used for trainingand """'-
patrols, and as scouts for

.( cruisers and battleships.In .
1948,NAS Jax became a fleet
operational support base and the J
:, ;: ,training commands moved to
4 Corpus Christ! with all but two
seaplanes-the amphibious PBY.
Although seaplanes were fast
becoming outmoded, the PBY's
were still useful for long-range

< search and rescue missions.
Better known by their SAR call }
(Above) The ,HU-U Albatross seaplanes, the only surviving name 'DUMBO', the PBY's
'DUMBOS'here left July 14 to loin their predecessors in the mothball assisted the Coast Guard on
fleet. The aged amphibians have long been outmoded and remained rescue missions. s 1a
r here only for long-range search and rescue missions with the Coast On July 14, two HU-16 1, '; _
Guard. Albatross seaplanes, the last of
the big DUMBOs here at NAS,
FLIGHT CHECK. (Below) After a final briefing and a look at the were flown to Davis Monthan Air
chart with ADRI B. (R), VRF-31 ( )
flight Gulledge ferry squadron in Tuscon Ariz. to
Force Base LAST MINUTE CHECK Taking In a nostalgic last look at the
from NAS Norfolk flew the two DUMBOs out to Davis MonthanAir
pilots join the mothball fleet The HU- controls are LCdr. D. F. Martin (L) and ABHCS Jack Morgan who
Force Base in Arizona. 16's replaced the old PBY's about used to fly the big DUMBOs on many search and rescue missions. Both
20 years ago, and like earlier are transport pilots here.
seaplane types, they were
finally phased out because the
Navy no longer makes open-sea

landings.The departure. of the HU-16's Why Do You See

marks the end of the air station's
long-range SAR capability. For
many years the big DUMBOswere
a familiar sight and a So Many Of These
source of comfort to fishermenand
pleasure boaters as far as the _
Bahamas. However, the station
still maintains a 24-hour short- Igfliil aIn D
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