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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1970
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VOL., 28 NO 31 U, S. NAVAL AIR I STATION; JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I OCTOBER 22, 1970

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The NAS Jacksonville and Cecil Field Navy Services and Benefits
Council will meet for the first time Oct. 29 in Room 240 of Hangar 1000 to discuss .II

changes arid improvements to station personal services facilities. ,:

The Chief of Naval Personnel
fg Sq M directed Navy commands to and Capt. J, R. Kincaid, NAS will include representativesfrom N\
=T establish benefits councils to seek commanding officer, will be each station as well as certain fl
visible changes in personal moderator for the meeting. special activities such as the :
services to enhance the appeal of' Council members'will advise Navy Exchange, Commissary "
the Navy. RAdm. Lawrence RAdm. Heyworth and ,other Navy Finance, Red Cross Navy ,
''Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet senior officers of individual Relief, Public Affairs and Navy .
\' Air Jacksonville, established complaints and recommendations Wives Clubs. ,i
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? a council for the 'Jacksonville from command level "
t area to' provide means; for, concerning services' which havea One of the council's specific
A MAN WHO LlSTENS'Chi.f Pitts will l Itnd an or to grips from
station 'enlisted commands to bring certain direct bearing on the Navy goals will be to work with Navy
personnel problems in personal services to community as a whole. wives organizations to improve .
r his attention.. ,The council will meet twice a the Navy way of life for Navy
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r Chief Assumes Post, : As Representatives from HAS Jax year, in April and October, and wives. ,i
and Cecil Field commands will IEDITORIAL
meet to offer suggestions'. for .. .1;:
Station Enlisted Advisor improving, key services and

facilities to operate in the ''best U. S. Navy -- Mark of a ManJax '
interests of Navy personnel'and
: Jax If you've got a gripe, complaint or suggestion their dependents. RAdm.
;C: about the' station, there's a,man aboard who'll lend an Heyworth is council chairman! '/ At Navymen and women around the world prepare to
ear to hear, remarks celebrate the 195th anniversary of the U, S, Navy.next Tuesday,
your Air Charter Offers (It is appropriate to''drop anchor'a moment and think about the
;Jo' 'I He's BMCM Roy L. Pitts,the .dividuals', from'; 'the various water that has pasted beneath our''Navy's keel for nearly two
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station's newly appointed Senior 'commands hereto discover their;* Christmas s"Fliihts' *'. centuries.., -
Enlisted Advisor. A 28-year Navy ,likes and dislikes about Navy life. .Strangely enough, Ihe first American seal battle was fought bya
veteran, Chief Pitts was ap- The ,SEA office is located in crew of lumberjacks off the coast of Maine shortly after the
pointed.to the post by Capt. John Building 200,, Room 210, and is Jax Round trip Air Charter Battle of Lexington The Americans were armed with pitchforks -
: R Kincaid in order to provide a open Monday 'through Friday flights to Europe'and the Far axes and muskets and they fought.from the decks of an'I'
direct link between the com from 8 to 11 a.m.. Appointmentsmay East have been scheduled for the unarmed {lumber ,sloop.
manding officer and' station be' arranged at anytime, Christmas holiday for Navy Although outgunned, they outfought, boarded 'and hauled
enlisted men and women. however, by calling Chief Pitts at personnel 'and dependents, and down the King's flag aboard the British. ship Margaretta. It
As senior, enlisted advisor Ext. 3161 during the morning 'commanding officers are askedto wasn't much of a victory as great sea battles go, but it was a t
(SEA), Chief Pitts encourages hours. submit a list of names of those battle won and(It bloodied the nose of a tough British Navy. J
\,. Navy personnel to take their who want reservations to the It set the pace,and after the Continental Navy took to the sea ( )
problems to his office where they Navy Exchange Chief of Naval Personnel. before In support of Revolution': other victories would add to the
will receive immediate attention November 10. .foundation for a Navy that has been: built on the spirit of victory. '
\ from the commanding officer and ,ExtendsH9urs Flights are scheduled to Nice, That tradition was added to by John Paul Jones and a host of :
E4\:. not be subjected, to the,'.'time- France depart Norfolk Dec. 21 other early naval heroes.In '
,consuming often futile task,of Jax-The NAS Navy Exchange and return Jan. 5 fare $150.00 the decades that have rolled by since the fight for In- I
,; going through the chain! 'of announced that,it would expandits plus $6.25 tax; to Athens from dependence, others have come to the front and sailed an Indomitable -
,. command. He also welcomes operating,hours on Thursdaysto Norfolk on Dec. 23 to return Jan 6 course In the face of peril. How about a guy named ?
dependents who have questions ,coincide with'the new Com- fare $175.00 plus $4.50 tax; to Stephen Decatur? And ''what about Dewey,. and Sims, and '
t t': '' pertaining to Navy life and missary Store hours' The Main Hong Kong from Los Angeles on Nlmltt, and Halsey, and Spruance and King?
i policies, and who have ,had difficulty Exchange will close at 8 p.m. Dec. 12 to return Dec. 27 for Naval history Is filled with men of courage and skill and faith.
t/ in finding answers Thursdays.Also $380.00 plus $5.00 tax and to Men who have gone to the front and led our Navy' to victory In t
elsewhere: the Navy Wives Nursery Tokyo from Oakland on Dec; 16 to some tough times., tIt
Other duties which Chief Pitts will remain open on Thursdays'' return Dec. 30 for $305.00 plus Is also time to heave to a moment and look to the future of .'
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I' will assume as SEA' 'include ,until 8 p.m. to' accomodate $3.00 tax; One-way fares are not our great Navy. Only 195'years ago our'Navy was powered by '
, 'conducting inspections of enlisted children of late'shoppers at'the wind. Today our ships cut through water:' powered by nuclear "
quarters, dining and recreation Navy Exchange and. :Com (Continued on page 2)) energy. The changes are nearly overwhelming. Two centuries '
r' facilities, and' interviewing In- missary i a very short time as historians look at things. If the last 200
years Is an indication of things to come,'where will this countrybe
Plans 200 years from now? We Americans owe a great deal to those .1'\'
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NavyJax DayDanceand
It Navy League ; men who gathered to spearhead this nation's independence Will I .
Americans 200 years from now owe.us as much? We would like > '

Jax The Jacksonville invitation for 100 couples' a contemporary sextetto ''tp.think '0. :l
As'Americans and Navym.n' we can do a great deal to help
I, Navy League is sponsoringa from NAS Jacksonville : appeal. to all age groups. calm, the waves of turbulence as this century draws to a close. 1'
I; ,special Navy Day and tenant commands. Navy personnel ''must We don't need to set the world afire, It's been burning long :
Enlisted Men's Dance Oct. Admission is free: :.and, 'attend uniform and are enough. We can stand ready to meet the challenges as they come
: along. In the best Navy afloat. And from the mast files i
31 at the Jacksonville there will be free beer,'soft invited 'to bring 'their We serve
the flag of the best country ever created by mankind.If .
Beach drinks and door prizes..
Municipal husbands 'or date. recall and God's rich
wives, ; we stop on this Navy Day to history's
Auditorium from 9p.m., to Dance music will' ,be, Transportation .to. and blessings on our Navy and country, perhaps we can meet
1 a.m. and has extended an provided by a"" rock''"group, 'from the 'dance will be tomorrow's challenges In the finest traditions of America. If we
I ;************************************** NAS.. can bring ourselves to being honest, sincere and humble, and if
provided ,by we can pass those same virtues to our children and other
The NAS Public ,Affairs Navymen, then perhaps we will overcome the greatest .
I y.... :: Office Ext. 2370' or' 2379 challenge that currently faces our Navy and country. '
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.. .? 1/ 4 J )) Don't forget to set BACK Room is Perhaps that Is the legacy that will be most rememberedwhen
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\ V' your clock before going to 231, Bldg. 1, future generations of bluejackets pause on Navy Day a
bed,Saturday night. taking reservations on a couple of hundred years from.now.
. first-come, ,firstservedbasis It would be the mark of a real man

i' for 100 couples only.
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2 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER _Un OCTOBER 22 1970

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Air Charter is available to ,
active. duty personnel and their "
dependents Before Nov. 10 s
'0, ii priority reservations go to
dependents going overseas and
: active duty Navy personnel
returning stateside for Christ.

__ mas. After that date remainingspace
will go to all Department of
Defense personnel on a space .
k kA ,.,.:5. M. available basis through the
11 \ charter agent, Davis Agency,
Inc.
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f submitted to commanding of.
ficers must list full names,

., residence mailing address, name
1 Y1 A S'S C of sponsor and his unit,
, deployment status of that unit
" during charter period and the
round trip destination desired.
, Active duty personnel who want
transportation to the United

States and return to their duty
station must be identified in a

Construction for Bank Gets UnderwayJaxOfficlal separate The not Chief accept list of from Naval direct dependents Personnelwill requests

from individuals, however they
groundbreaking Guy W. Botts and Captain JohnR. been located in a temporary struction Company is general may apply directly to the Davis
ceremonies were held yesterday Kincaid, NAS commandingofficer. building leased from the U.S. contractor Agency, Inc. 147 31 176th St.,
for the new Barnett First Navy. The Barnett facility will be the Jamaica, N Y. 11434 after Nov.
National Bank Facility Office The 4,500 square-foot building ,Ted P. Pappas and Associates first unit built in the area
here. of contemporary design will be is the architect for the new designated as commercial in the 10.Those who make reservations
'' Ceremony participants included located at the corner of Yorktown building and E.G., Kenyon Con ,station's long-range plans through local commands will be
'r. Barnett First' President Ave. and Jason St. ,It will be of contacted by Davis Agency
steel frame construction with concerning fares ticketing, and
Secretary Chafee's large areas of open glass. flight information Individuals
The banking office will have ,must. make their own
\" seven inside teller stations, .one arrangements for hotel l accommodations
Navy Day MessageNavy walk-up and two automatic drivein tours, etc., at the
teller facilities and ample charter destination either
Day is a time, when we parking through Davis Agency or other
think of the Navymen and women The Barnett office lathe only Pirates Cove travel agents, however all
who have I served our country banking :facility at NAS. The possible Navy assistance will be
through its 195-year history. The facility, established in 1943, has Phil Cay and the Chantels will be on stage to entertain you tonight made available' to dependents.
S. S generations of brave and and tomorrow. On Saturday,night:the popular.Camelots will be ap--
" dedicated naval personnel, who .pearing,.and on Sunday,you can dance to the tunes of.a group called I
sacrificed much to protect this Navy Relief 'Mateusa. Monday'will feature the Four:of Clubs and on Tuesday Merit .HikeDeadline
\, land and this way of life, have evening the Camelots will make return.engagement Wednesday's
earned our profound gratitude entertainment will again be the versatile Four of Clubs. SetJax
and our enduring respect School Loans
Continuing that proud tradition Acey Deucy: Club
If are a first and
you
today, approximately 700,000
;, '. Americans in Navy Blue serve in Raised 'to '1250Jax Today's noontime special will be glazed'ham steak, and cocktail second class petty officer who is
defense of the'United States at hour this evening will be from 7 to 9. Salmon Croquettes will appear on eligible for a meritorious ad.
home and overseas. On this Navy The Navy Relief has the lunch menu tomorrow,and In the evening the Four of Clubs will be vancement, your application is
Day 1970 many of our sailors are increased the amount of their on stage for musical entertainment Be at the Club Saturday night and due in the NAS Educational
fighting In Vietnam, or are Navy 'Relief Education Loans enjoy Mark Castle's special brand of dance music. Services Office, Bldg. 200, no
serving far from home in from $1,000 to $1,250 for later: than November 1..to reach
situations that test their endurance each student. CPO CLUB the' Chief of Naval Personnel by
4'I-T, and devotion. Each is These lnterest-free loans are November 16.
'.' meeting the high standard of the available to dependents of Navy Tomorrow night the Chiefs' Club will feature dancing to the tunes of The Chief of Naval Personnel's
"" U. S. Navy Mark of a Man; and Marine Corps personnel Mark Castle Tommy 'C' will be there to entertain you on Saturday pilot program allows a waiver in
.' they are living symbols of the (active duty, retired or and Sunday, and don't miss the prime rib roast special Sunday exam requirements for qualified
strength of this country and our deceased) on a basis of need. evening. petty officers who, demonstrating .
determination to seek and The loans are made for any outstanding performance
preserve an honorable peace with type of post-high school education Officers Club have participated in
'. the rest of the world. They form such as at a college, university, five or more exams without being
the shield at sea that protects this vocational school, nursing schoolor This evening the '0' ,Club features Beefeaters Night along with advanced.
nation and its ideals of freedom preparatory school for persons wlnetasting.Tomorrow there will be Happy Hour and sing-along in the Those who are selected will
..' and justice for aU.I. prior to entering one of the Main Brace from 4:30: to 7:30: p.m. On Saturday the Jacksonville Officers find their names in a BuPers
'' On this, our 195th anniversary, military service academies. WivesClubwill hold their gala Halloween Buffet and dance; On Notice in March 1971 and their
,;,1 I am deeply proud of the Applications for a loan may be- Sunday the club will serve cocktails from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and the advancement will go into effect
''. dedicated and outstanding ser obtained by writing the director, dining room will feature the special Sunday Buffet Happy Hour on May 1, 971.
,< vice of Navymen and women to Educational Fund, Navy Relief Wednesday begins at 4 p.m., and the Italian Buffet will be served in
the U. S. Navy and to the Nation. Society, 801 N. Randolph St., the evening featuring all you can eat for just$2.50. urru PE IUS ..

Room 1228, Arlington, Va. 22203. III 1'1.
JohnH.ChafeeSecretary Deadline for applications each USO ...
of the Navy year is March 15.
Tomorrow evening the USO will host the semi-formal Girl of the
'' Month dance featuring live entertainment by the Magic Rain band. Be
Yl'" there at 12:30: p.m. Sunday for a free chicken luncheon, and don't miss
M the feature movie that night at 7. Enjoy the game of your choice
I JAX AIR NEWS Monday, and on Wednesday night hear disc jockey Al Albert play the
latest records from 8 to 11.,
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., distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval. Air Station; I
.:\ Jacksonville Florida. by the Holt Publishing Company a
4.: private firm; All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Marine Corps :Medal:for Heroismand
: must be forwarded
,., to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS
Jacksonville, b)112:00.noon on Monday before publication. News
Jax-AOl James M. Cain, an
'QS''
'a items are welcomed from all sources Telephone 772-3118 or instructor at NATTC, was and promptly rescued the victim,
3119. presented the Navy and Marine saving him' from further injury
and
'i Corps Medal Oct. 6 In recognitionof possible death
'1ti"l ,. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries a heroic, life-saving act whichhe AOl Cain enlisted in the Navy
'\ concerning such should be directed tot performed last December. on June 29, 1960 and was at-

' ,i' THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY' Cain ,was stationed at NAS tached to Fighter Squadron 191 at
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville Fla. Miramar,-Calif, at the time the Miramar before coming here in
32210 July. His
wife the
'incident occurred.. A man former Miss
. '. Telephone 388.2755 working in,-one .of the ..hangarswas Ada the K.. Twiford wasp present at
aflame from head to foot and award ceremony which was
VOL. 28 NO. 31 OCTOBER 22 1970 conducted by NATTC Com
lying in a pooXof jet fuel, when
r .Cain.disregarded. his own safety manding Officer Capt. John E.PAGE .
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Jax- 'Satisfaction Guaranteed Don't wait for the last minute where everything from diaper Such items do not come equippedwith ,
.. or your purchase price rush. Make up your Christmasgift sets .and creepers to coverallsand batteries'and you may wantto ,4 \4"a'
cheerfully refunded Patrons list now and take advantageof slack sets are now being make certain that these toys 1):\1
will notice signs bearing this the Exchange's preChristmassales featured. work on Christmas morning. ';
policy prominently displayed at this month. For those accessories needed to SERVICES t
the Navy Exchange. Leading the parade of" complement your new ensemblefor Y' << *i t\\';
Navy Exchange policy states, Christmas gift items are Christmas, handbags, One of the most unique and f
'Refunds or a satisfactory ad- women's and men's watches. scarves,- belts and gloves are personalized gifts that you can
justment will be made on all This year's selections offer a available the special misses' give for any occasion is a family A 'IZ

merchandise in cases of sparkling array of smartly styled accessories bar. Such items also coat of arms. More than 800,000 .+,..,.., ., .,, ...., .. .
customer dissatisfaction.' One bands and faces. For casual or make stylish gift ideas. names and family crests are on <" :q :>'f." <'
exception to this refund and sports wear, the Exchange also Make sure you have an file and the heraldic shield is : ; :
adjustment policy is damaged or has a ,selection of waterproof, adequate supply of film and individually hand-painted And
soiled merchandise that has been dustproof and shockproof wat. flashbulbs on hand to keep, mounted on a hand-rubbed :\..."../.,-.., :
reduced In price and sold duringa ches in 'rugged' styles. forever those happy moments of walnut finish plaque. Order one ":".!.\;: .: 1,
bargain or clearance sale. Such For special relatives or friends, this festive season. Christmas now at the Exchange Personal "
items are considered'final sale' on :your list, decorator home morning always provides many Services Center for Christmas '
and are not subject to this refund accessories for the. kitchen, memorable events especiallywhen delivery. LOVELY LEGS r- Marlon Ltn-
and adjustment policy, -This bathroom or living room make your youngsters start You'll find quality work and die even Is the pretty moat enough dedicated to misogynist make t.
policy also applies to the, Ex- excellent gift items. playing with their new Christmas timely service at the Laundry- ask her for a dance. She-
change's services departments. Why not treat the whole family toys. Drycleaning: Shop. It is par- la a popular attraction with )
Customers who wish to make a to the latest in dynamic sounds. Speaking of toys, be sure topick ticularly important this time of USO Show audiences (Photo
,refund or adjustment should Two-or four-channel tape decks up an adequate supply of year to have overcoats and courtesy USO)
inquire at the Exchange for*the will provide hours of pleasant batteries for all mechanical toys. rainwear handy. \
name of the person who.handles listening. Solid state AM-FM ;"
such claims.Your request will be radios are an, excellent, family r .A KAMERICARD.AMI UC N. EXPRESSoSTANDARD
handled cheerfully and ;cour- gift. ." OIL, :-MASTERCHAROE- Credit arrei/r Cards !Honored SJy ,1itt1
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Patrol l Squadron 16's Crew 22 South American continent. Alongthe detachment, including a bus tour welcomers, including high
has rejoined the squadron in way the planes conduct antisubmarine of the city and several social ranking Air Force officers and a
Bermuda after two months of training exerciseswith functions at which the VP 16 brass band. An informal
touring South America in the ships of the U. S. and South crewmembers were guests of reception followed their touch
i annual Unitas exercise. The American navies. This year, for honor. down, and the U. S. crews were ba
remainder of the Unitas XI the first time, two P3A Orion Other stops throughout the presented souvenirs of their tour.A .
detachment will continue to aircraft were selected for the cruise have included Caracas, three week stay in Rio de 1 Iw r@ i
participate in the exercises for Unitas operation. Venezuela and Recife, Brazil. At Janeiro followed the Salvador
six more weeks in South The most recent stop of the trip Recife the Eagles entertained a visit. There the Eagles again
America. LCdr.J. W. Hawthornewill was a visit to Bahia Blanca, group of 250 children with ice hosted children's parties and
command, the Unitas crews Argentina, sister city of cream and gifts. For many of the enjoyed the renowned Rio
during their next stops. Jacksonville. This was one of the youngsters, the 'party was their beaches, sightseeing expeditionsand
Each year, a detachment of highlights of the trip, as the first opportunity to board anairplane barbecues.The A Brazilian aircraft carrier
r naval patrol aircraft has accompanied Bahia Blanca Jacksonville fuels a Brazilian destroyer as a
a group of U. S. shipsin Sister Cities Committee hosted I a At Salvador, Brazil, home of next stop is Peru, then U. S. Navy patrol plane flies
a four month tour around the many activities for the VP-16 air Brazilian patrol aviation, 'the Ecuador and Columbia. The vp. overhead during combined
Unitas Eagles were en 16 Unitas detachment is expectedto Unitas XI operations off the coastof
I Navy Exhibit Now On DisplayJax thusiastically greeted upon their return to Jacksonville next Brazil.
arrival by a crowd of Brazilian month.

One of the Navy's most phibious assault and proceed WNTDUAY.KNOW YOUR
spectacular and interesting through dense jungle with the More Promotions Arrive HereJax 5TKT& VOTING. UWSffHONI ,'
exhibits, the Cine Globe advance force. Accompanyingthe \r
... i/TbelUm is now on display to the Cine-Globe Theater is an A .4 Last week Jax Air News and CFAW-11 who will be ad J .
eneral/public at the Greater, jet airplane display and information published the names of 413 vanced. -.-- r' jil",
Jackso vile Fair through 'October teams to discuss Navymen and women who will November 1 HM3 Thomas ..r-
31. aviation officer and enlisted sew on new crows as a result of Boulton, HM3 Clara Am Buono, iIrl::.. fl.S'J I '
The exhibit is being sponsoredby programs and the Naval the August advancementexams. HM3 Rex L. Butler, HM3 William .' .: ..- .-.... u. 'ft,
Nartu, and consists of an inflatable Academy's Blue and Gold Below is a new list of Cammarata, HM3 Henry -:0.-----. -
220-seat capacity dome Program. persons from the Naval Hospital Chinnery, HM3 William H. !
which presents films on a N r P 1, Currie, HM3 David D. Dalko, I
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viewers to the center of. the ac Howerter, HM3 Calbert S. I IA J
tion. Hyland, HM3 Joseph Jocco, HM3 I .'
Included with the free admission Ophelia Johnson, HM3 Dickey M.
are the illusions of Jordan, HM3 Terry L. Kruger, (! /
catapulting in a F-4B Phantomjet HM3 Arthur L. Lapoint, HM3 .
fighter from the deck of the I .
Larry Lynderman, HM3 Renee J. 1 1241.,'2S' KING IT I '
world's largest aircraft carrier, Mullen, HM3 Gen Nishino, HM3 I JACKSONVILLE, PtA S22O4WANTED
submerging in one of the Navy's Ascension Paiz, HM3 James F. i I
newest nuclear submarines and Palmer, HM3 Donna P. Patton, I
viewing the awesome spectacleof HM3 Elaine Plummer,. HM3 II USED CAMERAS' AND :
an underwater Polaris missile Robert M. Powell, HM3 Charles
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By YNSN Stella M. Gawlinsk!'

Jax AE1 James D. Ridge, an instructor at'the Aviation Electrician's Mate\ ,'A'' ,'f",.

School, was presented a William 0. Florstedt Award Certificate of.Achievementand ,II'",',;'

$50 October 15 for his outstanding performance as a student at, the In .l 1\11'11'

structor's Training 'C' School at, NATTC Memphis, Tenn. "l

NATTC's Commanding Officer ;;
Copt John E Kennedy, former Miss Peggy Waddle. The instrumental formulating new :; ;
made the presentation in his Courmiers reside in Jacksonville.AE1 lessons on numerous subjects, "

office and congratulated the Girton performed his ,and spent'many long hours in Cdr. R. T. Thomas (tr) receives the CNO Safety Award from V Adm.R. .
petty officer for an outstanding collateral duties as class advisor developing material for the new I..Townsend.
job. This award is presented for class 015 in such an out curriculum.He .
annually to the student who standing manner as to deserve has been in the Navy for 10
graduates from the Instructor's special merit. years and reported to NATTC in Mad Foxes Get
Training 'C' School with an Utilizing .sound leadership In May 1968. He is married to the
average of 91 or above. Ridge's 93 the performance of his duties as former Carolyn Koolstra and ::
average qualified him for the class advisor, Petty Officer they have two daughters. The Two CNO AwardsJax .
award. His academic Girton led his class to notable Smogoyis live in Orange Park.
achievement coupled with his achievements.. Ills genuine Reenlistments
Initiative as a student, his concern for the welfare of his -VAdm. Robert L. Townsend, commander Naval
motivation for instructor duty, class created such a high state of AE1 ''James J. Jozwiak Air Force Atlantic Fleet, came to NAS last week to
leadership,esplrlt de corps, and morale and competitive spirit reenlisted for four more years on present I the Chief of Naval Operations Aviation Safety ;
his overall participation sur- that Class 015 was selected Honor October 13. The commandingofficer Award and the Chief of Naval Operations Maintenance :y
the for Class five occasions. Also, conducted the ;
passed requirements on ceremonyin
instructor excellence. This through, thoughtful and his office. AEl Jozwiak Award to Patrol Squadron Five's commanding officer,
outstanding accomplishment was Imaginative counseling, he enlisted in the Navy on Feb. ,16, Cdr. R. T. Thomas. The ceremony took place Oct. 14 at j i
.ij achieved through personal effort established the,enviable record of 1962.He was stationed with VA-94 the Foxes Den in Hangar 1000.
and conscientious performance never having had a man under in Lemoore, Calif., and was also
The CNO Aviation Safety
of duty. his charge brought to Captain's stationed at Cubi Point in the Award is presented annually in which Patron Five flies, initiatedthe J
Mast. Philippinesbef ore reporting to his recognition of outstanding Maintenance Award and :,
Instructors Receive Petty Officer Girton an Instructor present duty as an instructor at achievement in aviation safety. presented it to the Navy to be
; Letters in Phase IV of the AE 'A' NATTC's AE> 'A' School. This is the Mad Foxes' third given to that squadron demonstrating .Ij
School. He demonstrated This is Officer Jozwiak's
an Petty excellence in aircraft
safety award in the past four
AE1 James H. Courmier, AE1 exceptional degree of knowledgeIn third tour of duty here. He was Since 1962, the squadronhas maintenance. Patron Five's '
Richard S. Girton, and AE1 his rating and In the per stationed here as a student in 1962 years.flown over 77,500 accident maintenance officer is LCdr. E.
Michael R. Smogoyi were formance of his instructor duties. and 1965. free hours, including a six-month F. Doherty
presented Letters of Commendation Petty Officer Girton, an, instructor On October 14 A01 David G. deployment to the Philippines Patrol Squadron Five is a unit '
Capt. Kennedy In Phase IV of the AE 'A' Murphy reenlisted for six years. where it flew in direct support of of Fleet Air Wing ll.the largest ,\,t
conducted the ceremonies in.. his School, reported to NATTC in Lt. R. W. Bryant, the Phase combat operations in Vietnam. operational command under ,
office on October 15. July 1969. He Is married to the Officer of the Aviation Ord All Navy and Marine aviation ComFalrJax. The Mad Foxes
AE1 Courmier was com- former Miss Annie Fermalnts nanceman 'B' School, conductedthe squadrons are eligible for the earned both awards in direct '.',.I
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mended for voluntarily writing and they reside in Jacksonville. ceremony. safety award which is given in competition with 12 other East '
lesson guides and researching, AE1 Smogoyi proved to be an A01 Murphy, a native of honor of outstanding con- Coast patrol squadrons.
designing and developing outstanding petty officer and McAlister,Okla.,joined the Navyin tributions to combat readiness,
procedures involved in the theory instructor during the past 14 November 1955. He was morale and ofoperation ,J
and operation of transistors. An months while assigned to PhaseIII stationed on board the USS Kitty high through economy safety, The '.., "'.' ,. ,- .- ... il"
instructor in Phase III of the AE of the AE 'A' School. He has Hawk prior to reporting here in award exemplifies the promotionof 5'

'A' School, he constantly demonstrated an exceptional July. 'readiness through safety1 andis < ,;\,:,,'y'n;j,;.",' '\.'.... )'
demonstrated a willingness to degree of knowledge in his rating Petty Officer Murphy is a achieved only as a direct resultof :dS
perform any task assigned to him and in, the performance of his student,, at the AO"''B''School and an aggressive,aviation safety )....
and searched for new methods to instructor duties. Is married to the former Miss program.Patron Five's all-hands
improve his effectiveness as an Petty Officer Smogoyi was Ruth Folman. safety effort is directed by LCdr. 1971 "SPANISH"

Instructor. M B. Chesser, squadron safety
Petty Officer Courmier has On Board officer. ( '0' I 12' tuchs,)
I! been in the Navy for eight years. College The CNO Maintenance Award
a He reported"to NATTC in Sep is presented every 18 months in 'Pinecrest' $3995
tember 1967 and is married to the
of
recognition outstanding 'Aquarius' $4995 .
May Commence Herehistory achievement and excellence in 'Georgetown' $5995 '

Navy WvesW aircraft maintenance.This is VP- !

Jax The NAS Educational mathematics, business 5's second consecutive winning of ''f'fI
offer TEMPORARY Services Office is planning to education, management and the Maintenance'Award and the "I
EMPLOYMENTI establish an on board college languages in addition to second major award in the
0 Secretarial 0 Clerical program for NAS personnel establishing a master's program. current competitive cycle.
0 Accounting 0MIcellaneouNo through Florida Junior College Lockheed Aircraft Corporation 'I
Prospective enrolles must be builders of the P3A CAROUSEL MOBILE: HOMES
Fees! Work WHERE and WHEN and Jacksonville University, high school graduates. 'Orion' antisubmarine aircraft m6 Philp H. 7JU7ot
the of the
probably by beginning
you like, M many hours as you likey.
winter term.If Anyone who i is interested .,\
.--' ,.CALL. there is enough response should contact the Educational fFfXJ&&r Mm nsr MY saleuatlrs PUMMH
lETS '3542057 from NAS personnel who wouldbe Services Office at Ext. 2597 as BIG 2'x 3' FULL COLORNFL1'OSTER
interested in taking night favorable response will deter
\.!_,f. 'Job Imployment courses, these local colleges will mine whether the program will
Temporary I.rvlctlnc. establish,. a,'' program offering be made available on station. ft'.IN dauN'"U.M.ItM.1( .fureMM lSL MdIIMI.(Hm'l' IfHlmHll..--'
KicrMwtiht wrtMtmi..fUn.. wiltwrn' "MU*"" .NlLSave
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We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools. Q And 2045 Jammes Rd., Jacksonville, Fla 1
2 tennis courts D shuffleboard and bad Phone: 781.3818 ,
minton 0 With congenial young neighbors to 'RENTING HOURS
help enjoy them. U All only one block from Mon.,Thru Sat.:8: -6,30: ;Sun. 1.6:30
golf and an elementary school-with other 1' t DIRECTIONS: Roosevelt Blvd, Y11. Mr Mr rr ,.w
schools, shopping centers and boating min turn right on San Juan-Continue past .NI p r rNl wM NM Ir/a wr NLN NLN NM NAu.N j'
utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road rw. Ni.M w. wr N.. rNNM
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments. / .M1N NiN MM wr N.N r."
Jacksonville in 15. O Apartments have individually ,. r. "UrN' "IN.M wN wN M.N N.. INN wM NN M.N N "
controlled heating and air condition .iFNnowDwITN.de..lQll) rn. w. N.N N.N : .
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FROM .415 I OAIIIOIN APARTMENTS ,

JACKSONVILLE IS *' ARLEN COUNTRY I Nw.rw.rr..ra---.rr--GENERAL TIRE SERVICE .

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Ladies Auxiliary Holds FRA MeetingJax


The Ladies Auxiliary of such as the 'can roll', cancelled for tonight will host t.rdr: James
the Fleet Reserve Association, stamps and the drive for L. Dupes,chief of patient affairsat
Unit91,held its monthly meeting, children's clothing. the Naval Hospital. He will
Monday,Oct. 12 at the FRA homeon The Branch 91 membershipnight speak on the operations and ben.
Collins Road.President social meeting, scheduled efits of CHAMHUS v
June Breeze ,
reported that the questionaires Halloween Ball Scheduled rnI
concerning the financial status of .. i'' a !I rMY kR rs
widows had
military +
present !
been compiled and returned to Jax Halloween is absurd Ball Saturday evening at 7, P
the FRA National Headquarters. without merry making and the Happy Hour begins the eveningof & \\ ;
The latest report from National playing of pranks All this and entertainment followed by a
Headquarters included an more will be yours at the roast beef dinner. The COM-
encouraging word regarding Jacksonville Officers' Wives' FAIRJAX Band will provide the
'Widow's Equity' or 'In-Equity'. Club Halloween Masquerade music. r
Stella Lodesky informed the
assembly of the distribution of NR Offers Dental Aid
several large boxes of clothing to
families. In addition
needy Jax-During the month of Health and Medical Program of
foodstuffs and some children's September the Jacksonville the Uniformed Services
clothing will be distributed this Auxiliary of the Navy Relief (CHAMPUS), with the sponsor
week. Society assisted Navy and paying a small fixed fee,
The annual Luau will be Marine Corps dependents with depending on rate. In cases of
Saturday, 6:30: p.m. at the 91 dental bills totaling$2,948. Of this hardship, Navy Relief can assist
Clubhouse. There will be island amount $1,656 were loans and with payment of this portion of
food, entertainment and dancingto $1,292 were gratuities. the bill.
the Clu men. Mary Fogarty Navy Relief assists dependentswhen Volunteers at the Navy Relief SPOOKY DECORATIONS .- Ann lavin (top) and Estele Bridgesr
requested volunteers to help with the dental treatment is a Office will be happy to provide ( ) prepare, the entrance to the Officer's' Club for the Halloween
preliminary preparations and real and urgent necessity and further information regarding Masquerade Ball at 7 p.m Saturday evening while Donna Smith has
decorations tomorrow at 10 a.m. when the treatment leads to dental assistance. Hours are picked a fine pumpkin to carve a Jack-O-Lantern.
The members of Unit 91 serviceable dental capability. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.'in Building
LAFRA are reminded of several Major orthodontic problemscan 953 just across from the Main
welfare and, social programs be treated under the Civilian Exchange. Navy Wives Club NewsJax

Navy Wives' Clubs of station security officer was
America, Jax 86 honored Auto presented a 'Certificate of Appreciation -
Tag Chairman Lynne Quam,'Co- for his constant
Chairman Joan Hardy and auto cooperation and support of the
tag workers at a luncheon at the Club's projects. Guests at the
Candlelight Oct. 14. luncheon included Betty Andersen *
During the luncheon, special Jean Heyworth Helen
guest, LCdr. 0. C. Andersen, Kincaid and Ruth Berry.
rvk. }r>a Delegates from Jax 86 left
Saturday for the National Navy
Q Wives Clubs of America Con-
vention in Pensacola. The Not
New Shop is closed today as a
Jonathan 'result of the convention.
Wednesday, Oct. 28, a
representative from the station
Jewelers
Fire Department will speak at
the social education meeting in
the Clubhouse, Bldg. 716, at 7:30:
't0'.forl0ll I SAME]fKRING Prevention.p.m.: His topic' will be 'Fire


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Jax Twelve policemen from 7, Robert P. Heselschwerdt for 5
the ffAS. Security Departmenthave years,. Andrew Jones for his 10th
Selected At VP5Jax been awarded Safe Driving year, D. B. Mandrell for 7 years,
Awards by LCdr. 0. C. Andersen, Jesse L. Moore for 4 years,
security officer. While each were Lawrence W. Piper for 4 years,
AME Richard N. Gray in 1969 Sailor of the Month in
as
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of accident free "red J. Sanders for 6 John
has been named Patrol that cited for a year years,
squadron. have accumulated _. Stolarski for 14 and
driving, some years
Squadron Five's Sailor of the Gray reported to VP-5 for dutyin
the Marvin Smith for 3rd
awards a
several through past year.
Quarter lie was picked as the top October of 1969. He attended an L ,
man of over 300 Mad Foxes by a advanced corrosion control years.
board of senior squadron officers. school and was assigned as They are: Charlie Bashaw for C is for CITIZEN. V is for
Gray entered the Navy in squadron corrosion control ',.r., one year, Otto H. Bottin for his VOTE. Only you can put the
January 1968, and after completing supervisor. It was due to Gray'spersonal ? 10th consecutive year, Clyde W. two together. Start with yourState'
AM'A' School was ordered dedication and *e r Herzog for 12, Hugh F Bonds for :: primary
tea one year tour'of special leadership that Patron Five .
shore duty with Training received an outstanding report on
Squadron Seven. He was honored its post-deployment aircraft
condition inspection. Bobs Oak Hill
Gray's selection as Sailor of the fit
Quarter entitles him to receive a
$25 United States Savings Bond, Pure Service CenterOpen
exemption from all duties and
fldO\ p watches during the month ABH1 Bostain & RD2 Foust
following designation, a 72-hour for your convenience 6 a.m10 p.m.
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liberty and a specially designated
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Mo. Prior to enlisting in the Jacksonville Area Shore Patrol
Navy, he attended McKendree re-enlisted in ceremonies at the PHONE 103rd & Jammes Road
I College in Lebanon, Ill Gray is a city headquarters.LCdr. 771-9156' Jacksonville, Florida
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41 Jerry Benton,
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Will Be SundayThe

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Military Women and Dependent
Women Handicap Bowling FOOTBALL one to Swivel Hips Walters who league, but Bob Speer and his
Tournament has been completed. earlier dropped a soft pass with teammates from VA-82 will havea
The Drifters, Charlotte Boyer, Cecil Field will crown the 1970 the nearest defender 20 yards lot to say abut who will occupythe
Cathy Long, Louise Waters and touch football champion today at away; Oleo Mills maintained his first slot when the season
Shirley Kinney, are still leadingthe 4:15: p.m. When the undefeated consistent habit of dropping at ends. Bob rolled a fine 606, with
team event with a score of teams from the Marine Barracksand least one TD pass per game. games of 202, 182 and 222. When
2418. The Lucky Four from VA-174 meet in a head on Schneider with three pass in. asked what happened in the
Mayport, Gwendoyln Terrell, ATC WALTER J. TODD of collision. terceptions, Tex Mcintire with middle game, Bob replied: 'At
Doris Chesser, Susie Alofaituliand Cecil Field Naval Air Maintenance During the season, both teams one and Putty Hands with least there is a two In'the game!'
Louise Pigg, are in second Training Detachment have featured devastating offensive another gave the VA-86 quar Lou Rinaldi and Walter
place with a 2412. reenlisted Oct. 7 for two years. power and stingy terback fits. Williams had high games with
Leading the doubles and An instructor, he shipped over in defenses. The Marines are ably The Dent Med etc.. squad identical 212$. Walter also had
singles event are Marie Ross and his classroom when he took the quarterbacked'' by John Nelson, ended an otherwise dismal the high set of the evening with a
Louise Anderson from oath from Cdr. E. D. Jackson, who tossesto, an array of fine season on a winning note as they 572, followed 'by the Midget's
r Jacksonville with a 1259 total, NAMTRADET officer in charge. receivers, foremost of whom is beat VA-86, 20-14, in an overtime (Dwarf) 552. After a greal deal of
l and Albina Titus and Claire ;1t r big John Mills. Jim Rosato has gameand blanked AMD '42-0. In uncharacteristic thinking, the
Burgess are in second place with emerged as the most versatile their overtime''''victory, 'quarterback Midget bravely requested that
1231. runner in the league this year. 'Herbert Swales took'the Hank Halls set be published
Gwendolyn Terrell from I The 'Hellrazor' attack is ball in from the'three. yard line ....414! Hank had stated, 'If you
Mayport is heading the Singles ... I triggered by Everything Don to provide'the winning marker. say anything about this, I'll make
Event with a 661, and in second i Jackson. The effectiveness of VA-86 took a short-lived lead in you a :mini midget!' Sic him
place' is Beverly Barnarek of player coach Jackson can best regulation play, when. with but 45 Hank.
Jacksonville with a 651. be summed up in a few words: He secondS remaining, the VA-86 Cecil Field Men's Scratch:
Theo Deckerhoff of Cecil Fieldis I is the VA-174 leading runner, 'quarterback" flipped 'a' :TD'pass. Through five weeks of bowlingthe
leading the all-events with an ........ F /? 11 leading passer and anchors the With !three seconds,:'left, 'Swales ''league team of Sam Del
1862 while Ollie Vickroy' rolled a ;,'t't\;'',t, stubborn'Hell 'azor' defense. The 'tossed a TD strike to Buddy,Hall Vecchio and Bob Bailey and the
triplicate score of. 609 in team, 'If', ;. ".L all-around excellence of the VA. in the end zone to knot the game team of Art Wailer and Burl
doubles and singles to come in ,';j.:) "' ',,\Il"'!t ,. 174 team has resulted in few up. Hall scored in the 2nd quarteron Burch are tied for first place. In
second with 1827. fjJ"2\. \ individual stars,' but 'Ollie' a 40-yard reception from third place is a team consisting of
Twelve more teams will bowl ATC DONALD E. LAWRENCE Johnson is definitely a man to Swales. the Midget who is carried each
this coming Saturday, at the reenlisted Oct. 5 for five years. watch Against AMD, Hall again week by the talented Dan Torn-
Cecil Field Bowling Center, and The oath was administered by The Marines warmed up for provided the fireworks as he sberry. Dan has the high league
the climax of the tournament will Cdr. E. D. Jackson, officer' In their championship tilt by cored on passes of..60'yrd 35, average ((187)) and the Midget's
be Sunday, when two squads of charge of the Cecil Field Naval dropping AMD 43.0 and VA-86, 23 and 50 yards. He capped his average is not fit for publication.Dan .
doubles and singles will roll at 3 Air Maintenance Training S5-14. In the AMD game, Brucy fine efforts with 55-yard TD run rolled a 504 two weeks ago
and 5p.m. Detachments. Nelson's sobriquet ,. not mine) to pay dirt. Buddy Holm'es'lcoredthe while Burl Burch was high this
p.m.
.... .... """""" _._ ,..., Schneider Interecepted a pass for other counter 'on a 10yardpass week with a 586 (Burl would have
the first TD and Nelson tossed from Swales. Coach ,Bullet broken 600 if someone had not
touchdown passes to Jim Rosato, Brown of the Corpsmen team has nailed the pins down in the alley).
SALE PRICES TO ALL! Gary Redepenning Gene Telles turned down the AMD request Pat Duncan rolled an excellent
WHOLNEW (twice), Jim Clayton and John that they be given 8 points for 233 just missed high game by 3
Mills; Putty Fingers Batey effort. pins.
& USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES redeemed himself after last VC-4,1, VA-87 0. For those
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NEW USED a misprint: ,
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9t s CLIPPINGS. ';tJ:'; '-o: ,.. j" ,. :.j.jw" Football Chokers 14Ik-9t.1 .000

''', .: .1"", MARTD No. l 14-10 .583
Last Week-9 night American League CPO's 16-12 .571
2 Wrong Quaks 16-12 .571
season73.2Pet. by Paul Mahla ComFair 8-2 .800 NFO 15-13.536
VP-45 8-4 .667 Chiefs 14-14.500
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The little man had his momentin class of the South this season. Comm 4-4 .500 Hunters 13-15 ,464VA203
college football last weekend. They have good over all 4-5 .444 Atlantic League
Ole Miss was taken to the balance, a fine QB in Pat 679th 4-7 .364
cleaners by Southern WHO. Sullivan, and a solid defense. VP-5 1-9 .100 Pin Benders 19-9 .679
Tampa outclassed Miami\, and Their only weakness may be their a Good&Bad 18-10 .643
locked up the Miami head kicking game. Although, so far National League Alley Cats 18-10 .643
coaching Job for Fran Curci. The this year, the punters haven't had Bee's 17lk-l01l.z .621
boys from Harvard knocked much game practice. LSU has MarBar 7.1 .875 Engineers 17-11 .rm
Cornell from the"unbeaten ranks, had to rely on a strong rushing NARTU 7-2 .773 Foggy Five 16t.1-11th.586,,
and Maryland posted their first game in their five contests to Hospital 6-5 .545 Torp Turners 14-14 .500
win of the year by defeating date. The Defense! not up to the Ficeur 5-4 .556 Blue 14-14.500
heavily favored South Carolina. usual LSU standards and Coach MARTD 4.6 .400 Supply No.2 12-16.429
Now; what does all of this mean? Charlie McClendon is using many Air Ops 2-7 222 Third Framers 12-16 .123
It means that 'breather' on your underclassmen in trying to put it VW-4 1-7 .125 National League
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This Is the televised game of don't be surprised if it's a close Navy DayRegatta 2-1 .667 Legal 16-l1th .586 .

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just watching it. The Tennessee the season last Saturday against American League! MARTD No.2 12-16 ..429R's

defense has arrived, and provedit arch-rival West Virginia. Down As many as 100 sailing
last week with a shut-out 35-8, they won 36-35 and are off to enthusiasts are expected to Raiders .786
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been beset with AFEES '' 500''
Tennessee running back Curt Jacksonville Sailing Club, activities 14-14 .
Watson. Florida QB John Reeves season, although Coach CharlieTate's for the two .0 day affair Officers 12-12 .500 WE MAINTAIN IT
had some comments about this departure is certainly as begin Saturday with registrationfrom E-Zepbyr 13-15 .464 WITH LOVING
he it 'In the best interest of HeadPins CARE
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fellow during pre-season. The 7:30 until 9 a.m. A skipper's
There will be reunions TOM lUSH
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Volunteers will have their answer meeting will start at 9:30: a.m.
ready come Saturday. Former on the field at Pitt and the first races begin an hour Continental LeagueMad RII/IHJJI/
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Florida Coach Ray Graves,told as later.
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should be a private party, they and a cloud of dust football game, ,and a single race Sunday, with a .
with the Panthers raising more ,
don't even want to send any 10:00: a.m starting time.Awards
tickets to us..' If the Florida fans dust will be presented Sundayat 2p.m. Check Our I'rlce..efor. You' Buy
----- -- -- Purdue at Northwestern
can't get in, the Gator team is following the final race.
going to wish they hadn't. The Wildcats are another of the ,The regatta Is\ open to all ,SPECIAL DISCOUNTS to Servicemen
teams''of 1970. They I
Volunteer's cracking defense to improved sailing competitors'and'officials
have won 2 straight Big Ten JIll I JU
10 win. have announced that they expect
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games and lost two other games of boats MOTOR HOMES
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TRAVEL
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Coach Alex
by a total of 6 points. the '
regatta.
Two muscle teams of the SEC racing during 4
Is getting good mileage '
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square from a Senior squad, and Junior and .
constitute class trophieswill
Undefeated Auburn looks like the QB Maurie Dalgneau is a the Inside out
be awarded for open classes
developing. The Boilermakers and cruisers.
Sport ShortsFootball .are truly up and down, havingwon
and then lost each week so HOMES by
Tournament far. This is a Veteran team but is
14 POOL TAILES SKYLINEALSO
keyed with a young and inexperienced
Jax-The Commander Fleet Air QB. If you go by form, 2 BARS
Jacksonville touch football this is Purdue's week to lose, but 100 MIRRORS PAINTINGSJAX'S [ -
tournament kicks off Monday at 1 I'll the grain and take
against
go LARGEST LOUNGE USED UNITS 7-10 YEAR FINANCING
p.m. in the NATTC picnic area, the Boilermakers by 9.
with nine teams expected to MEET ME ATTHEOFFICE.

participate. Now to round out the week-end, ...,. Motor Homesof
Entries to date include: VP-5, Michigan to keep its high ranking IT SWINGS
VA-83, VW-4, VA-82, VA-86, VA. with 'a win over Minnesota ALL THE TIME America
87, VA-45, VA-174 and Fleet Air Georgia's Mike Cavan is back,
Staff. and that means the dogs will bite OFFICELOUNGE \
Loop Meeting Kentucky. In the SWC Texas 10366 BEACH BOULEVARD

There will be an organizational Tech over SMU, and the Air "WE TRADE" ,
meeting for the upcoming in- Force is in orbit, they will stay 5 U.PHILLIPS HWY. 7J3-W2
tramural basketball season at there against Boston College.

9:30: a.m. on Oct. 28 in the Bldg. 3

gym.Basketball Officials -

Anyone interested in officiating
during the intramural basketball
season is asked to attend an officials
meeting at 11:30: Monday in NEW 1 OPEN

the athletic director's office, Thru Dec. 17thCLUBHOUSE
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3.Basketball Tryouts c;M .__v ,v FREE PARKING
Tryouts for the varsity /
basketball team, the Jax Navy POSTIme 7:45 PM
Fliers will begin Monday at 8 I- I
p.m. in the gym. Personnel attached DAILY DOUBLEPERFB.GECTA
to the air station and all t
tenant commands'can tryout for '
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the squad.
Football Practice

Football players interested in 'r PERFECTAS"tm'
earning a berth on the varsity
touch football squad can tryout
each evening from 6:30: on at
Enterprise Field, Monday 'ONUS1S0UTHATBAYARD

through Thursday. at BETWEEN JAX & ST.,AUG.

Varsity Volleyball NOMINORSI

Volleyball players with varsity RES. .
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potential are invited to call PH. 268-5569 ;
athletic office at Ext. 3239 for
information on team tryouts and
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Nartu dropped from a tie for the top spot in the station intramural
National League standings after suffering a setback, 8-0, at the hands of Ficeur,
while ComFair continues its winning ways in the American race.

In other games this week:
VA-203 14, 679th 0: Mike Sokol Hospital I. Ficeur 0.: A while Carroll Spencer scored in a
and Harold Calvert scored a scoreless tie decided on the losing effort
touchdown apiece in sparking the penetration rule. MATSG I. VA-203 0: The
win. VP-5 8,Communications: Don Marines showed up for the game
AlrOps 12, Hospital 8: Air Anderson garnered the Fox TD, and VA-203 did not. A forfeit. rk-

Operations picked up its second ..,.-.... ..--,
win in a long campaign with Joe "
Dovutovich and Ivan Meyette
each scoring. Jim Adams gainedthe You PickUrnName
lone Hospital TD. Two Tie Grid ContestJax

ComFair 8, VA-203 6: After a
scoreless first half, Stan South Four pigskin pickers NARF civilian employee N,
managed a score to give the .Rank.Title_ came up with a 9-1 slates in the Barber.
American League leaders the fifth weekly Jax Air News and
,. edge. Latwinger You Pick Um Con
679th 8, Communication 0: The Duty Station Phone No..__ test and two of the four came up Jax's GreatestFURNITURE
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MARTD 8, Air Ops 6: Tony (Team listed first Is visitor) The winning duo this week is Values!
Boyers scored for the Marines YN1 S. U. Crawford of Attack
and Rudolph March did the same ALABAMA ,, HOUSTON Squadron 45, and D. Brown an WHOLESALE
for Air Ops.A Marine conversion ATNAN attached to Cecil Field. PRICE TdEVERYONEE
earned the win.: COLORADO .MISSOURI, Crawford guessed the Minnesota
I Dallas game to end at 27.10,
Hospital 10, VW-4 6: Bouncingback
while Brown thought 28-17 would ve K Y
from the Air Ops loss, theHospital's FLORIDA ST. _ SOUTH CAROLINA._.._ be a good guess.Neither picked a DAYSURPLUS
,Larry Door punched high scoring game,but they were
across for a six pointer, and
Darrell Bowie added a safety to PURDUE _ .NORTHWESTERN close enough to tie on a tie
breaker. They join four other
aid in the win. The Hurricane
weekly winners who will have a
Hunter's TD was credited to SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI.MISSISSIPPI. ST. __ chance to win our pigskin
Jackie Mole.
prognosticator crown after-,the
VP-5 8, VA-203 0: Mad Fox STANFORD UCLA season. GOODS
Wine James scored a TD and VA- Two'at NAS Jax came up with a
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SIGNS PROCLAMATION ..
Jacksonville Mayor Hans 0. Tanxler,
Jr., signs proclamation officially
COMMANDER FUtlT AIM CKVILLIIlOX making Oct. 27 Navy Day in
*4, U. .. NAVAL AIM STATION4AMMMVILLI Jacksonville. At the signing were (il l-r)
......,.A hall 'RAdm, Lawrence Heyworth Jr.,
Ms,,; del
'f\'.. commander Fleet Jacksonville
Roderick 0. Middleton,
.';1' On the occasion of its lUth anniversary, the 0, t w. RAdm. ii,
P Navy in getting for the future with renewed concernfor commander Cruiser Destroyer
\" A its most Important aaaet .. you, the individual Flotilla 121 and Frank Allcorn, I
( .,., aallor. Jacksonville Council Navy League

/: Under the leadership of a new and visionary president.
..
s Chief of Naval Admiral Elmo *. Sumwalt, Jr.,
Operauon'r
th. Navy ii not la step with society's 1
trend toward :attention for the individual '
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In many initaneea it it tatting the paoa.

At the same time, tha Navy la putting addad Brorlamatum
trust and confidence in you. The Navy dapanda on
you to shoulder the responsibilities ...t the
'x challenge fat the job dona, and at times under
elreumatanoee far fro idaal.

With ao-called budgat auatarity, than'a
ataady drain on Navy sanpo sr. Perhapa )'011'" HN
already fait it right In your own abop.Weapona .

nmui, OttoWt 17, :rU tk. Ituk imlnnujr ,(
and Mohlnaa are gatting th..qu.au, too. .
Tha Navy will and fiscal un with foroa levels that exa abw ml |rw< 4t1/W ...... ...,.
reflect net reduction of 175 active ships and .
a I.IW,' rrr h. _.. MiiMIIII M. 1C. Mill UteUM -
aircraft below fiscal 1X1.
732 ..... MI ....... tT .... OMtlMBUl .|rMtb .
And that will be significantly lower than thoaa to pnWI I p- Musts .f ..1oalaa. to
of 11(0 .- or what it often referred to aa thaIleenhower
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bataline foroea. fntmt ttj piMMtlil rlfku *f Cnt4t
w tl. ylwl tha.. \ ttU ItattW nave Hwy
It it significant though, that the smaller Navy .......
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will also be one at higher quality higher qualityof
hardware, and Boat Importantly, of paraonnal.ADM MBUAf, not k.U Ml Oltn tI jMkMnllU li .. peer.U to
SONHALT has paid that ha believe* in inventing ,. .
tM la M M.k r -rt. part f IkiIt as
heavily in the future.tiaoa .
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we cannot, obviously, have everything with MM, mural. |, IMH *. '_I.., Jr., Ita,.tt ....Cltf tI J..U...
limited wet aaorlfloa thing of the
la budget we soma
praaant in favor of the future. We are putting to ......7. ptMUU the >...U1 Iff, OttoUr U. U70.
proportionately sloe into research and davelopnant ta
than in the put, and amah ore into the 'people
program*. Oar Navy ia tha finest in the" world and 1Ia" OAT
will remain ao by virtue of continuing to have the oM .l.ts 1M tin.... oM w aM Ul. 1ttWw
finest sailors in the world, manning the finest ships
and aircraft ... ... .f tW o 4petrl a.utw

The hope for today, than -- and for the future ..
ia in mutual trust between you and the Navy
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Tha Navy ia willing, even eager, to entrust
responsibilities and commensurate privileges to
Navymen who are not only well educated and Informed,
but who are mature and responsible and purposeful .1 .. tub d u. ,,
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'women protecting their country '-; fi '
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By JOC Chuck Schroyer Let him know he's importantand Among intellectuals i&popularto 0 Eternal God, Creator of the Universe and Governorof I
NAS Jacksonville he'll double and redouble his describe young persons from the Nations: Most heartily we beseech thee with'Thy 1
Public Affairs Office efforts to prove himself worthy.By their actions and reactions withina favor to behold and bless; Thy servant, the President of ,.,

their very nature sailors group. While young sailors do the United States, and all the officers of our Govern- .,:
The Navy's sailor of 1970 seem a grumbling lot It's a way have many of the same
reflects the vibrant and ment, and so replenish them'with the grace of Thy Holy :1
changing of life at sea..It helps while away characteristics, individually,
society that produced him. He the time between work and the they defy the norm. Spirit that they may always incline to Thy will and walk .fil
a II comes from the small towns of ever incessant talk of girls and They're as perplexing and as in Thy way. Bless the Governors of the several states, :
middle America and the home. Perhaps these youngstersseem complicated as the structures of and all who are in authority over us; give them Grace to ,
sprawling metropolises- New a little immature to older American society from which execute justice and 'maintain truth that peace and ;j": :
York, Chicago and Los Angeles.
hands. But American it
1 youth,
they came. They probably
happiness, religion and piety, may be established ; '
He's bigger, brighter and more seems, has an inherited ability of represent the most militant and '
aware of the world in which he carefree gaiety.They have the idealistic philosophies of among us for all generations :fI%,I
lives than his predecessor wbowe'nt ever present ability to find humorin Americans today. Intermingledwithin May the ships of our Navy be guarded by Thygracious" :
off to bootcamp a quarter the most depressive of the Navy team, they giveit Providence and care. May they not bear the sword in : :
a century ago. Chances are he'll situations.But variety and substance.The vain, but as the minister of God be a terror to those who :
be whisked off in fashionto when the down
jet
age chips are ,
recruit training, imbued with it's these same young'men that Navy's the better for it do evil and a defense to those who do well. ; ,
the spirit of '76 and the highest are able to react the quickest and Probably. the one most important Graciously bless the officers and men in our Navy. :
ideals of 20th Century youth. remain steady in the face. of conclusion that can be May love of country be engraven on their hearts and '
As he transitions from civilian danger. theorized about today's young may their adventurous spirits and severe toils be duly :
bluejacket is that he has given of ,
to sailor he brings with him the
appreciated by a grateful nation their lives be ;'
philosophy of America's rural himself.Whether he's dischargedin ; may I
areas and,the bustle of city life. one year or three years or precious inThy sight, and if ever our ships of war should
The interests ambitions, talents, stays on for twenty or thirty, he be engaged in battle, grant that their struggles may be I is
apathy and vigor} of youth reflecthis has helped make this country's only under an enforced necessity for the'defense of whatis
pastas he melts into the great Navy the greatest in the world. .
right. 1
And if he has worn a uniform with ;
collage of in recruits a new to world form of a pride for any time at all, he'll be Bless all nations and kindreds on the face of the earth ,

uniforms company and formations. better for it. and hasten the time when the principles of holy religion .,,

Weeks later he emerges from As the Navy.celebrates its 195th shall so prevail that none shall wage war any more for !,
San Diego, Great Lakes or anniversary next week, it is the purpose of aggression, and none shall need it as a ':
Orlando a little taller and with meeting challenges unprecedented means, of defense. '
two small stripes of white or in the history of .t'.
Amen
green or crimson on the sleeve of mankind.To wrn(
his newly tailored blues. the messcooks, mechanics, ;,
Unlike his predecessor of a barbers and bakers, electriciansand
of decades odds are technicians who continue to Note This prayer It to be used ,In opening mooting, CIII( standing)). it Is an "
couple ,
ago adoption of a prayer offered by the Reverend Doctor Suddardi. at the launchingof .
his next stop will be one of the carry on in the finest traditions of a Navy ship at Philadelphia Navy Yard In 1MI, and Is tilt only Instance of a. .r'I
Navy's widely scattered the naval service, a 'WELL prayer at a U.S. Navy launching discovered examined records mt-1914.Tho ,:
technical 'schools where, he'll DONE, on this, the 195th anniversary full text of the original prayer was tent to Washington by Mrs. Renold T. Hall, ;
of the United States president of the Society of Sponsors of the United States Navy, In "I4,with the ; "
learn to maintain or maneuver a suggestion that prayer be offered at future Navy launchlngs.The suggestion was ,
sophisticated piece of gadgetryhe'll Navy. favorably received by Secretary of the Navy, Josephus Daniels, and was .'t.
one day find aboard ship. Each deserves the salute of a adopted at the launching of the battleship OKLAHOMA,at Philadelphia, March ,f
21, im, and thereafter. "
Months quickly elude youth and gratefulnation.
soon the recruit is through with,
advanced training and finds'

himself one the seemingly other aboard places one ship thousand that or at has one and an of * *A I.


empty billet. . . : \y8r
He reports to his new commandsure 44..r' ',I
of himself, but not sure of "
the system. He'll do what he's 11
asked and then some, but he
wants to know why? Sailor 70 "

no elusive longer answers is content'Because with that's the A SALUTE TO YOU. ,

the way it's done' or 'It's the
Navy's way of doing things.'. \ "
Today's young bluejacket is a .,
challenge to the leadership I,

capabilities of petty officers and .
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officers alike. He's no longer .".. '"';; "' '. .
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'seaman' or 'airman.' He's : ::
Brown or Watson or Washington j ':I'I'Io'
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an individual! He.is interestedin : ,..'I
the why of things, not ( l : : <;"
necessarily because of a desire to ..t. ;
buck the system, but because Sy [ l M x III
he's interested in himself, his ; : ,j
shipmates, his city, nation and '(
the world. He may. not ;.
necessarily agree with or understand -
the perplexing ins 1 NAVY ,
tricacies of international politics, ,;qtr DAY ,
or missions or deployments or a t:
thousand other things that are his ":'i'iI

lot while in uniform. ..

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women serving In the United States Navy In military Installations throughout the '
world. Our appreciation is given this day to all our Naval personnel. '

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: Jax-Lt. (jg) Randy Abshier is an aspiring Navy helicopter pilot and typical of
s i the type of man it takes to be a good search and rescue pilot.
Search and rescue is a 24-hour job and as one of 11 SAR pilots at NAS
I Jacksonville's Air Operations, Lt. (jg) Abshier is on hand to render assistance in ..1 1 1a 1uI

a variety of,emergency situations in the area.
Trained for rescue work and ready to go wherever the action is, he may get
involved in anything from rescuing a little old lady lost while picking

blueberries., or recovering a pilot who ejects from his aircraft at Cecil Field. I

Pilots at NAS Jacksonville
provide. SAR protection for are actually qualified to pilot completing flight training at \
tenantcommands.Cecil Field and SAR missions and the others are Pensacola.Lt. .
the Mayport Naval Station, and co-pilots in training.Lt. (jg) Abshier is a native of
cooperate with the Coast Guard (jg) Abshier Is one of the Jacksonville and a graduate of
and local police. qualified pilots and flies the 11.34 Jacksonville University where he
They alternate SAR watches utility helicopters for tran- studied math and physics. He
here and at Cecil Field daily and sporting cargo or passengers joined the Naval'Reserve at
when not standing duty they are 'from generals to high-ranking NARTU Jax in September 1968,
on one-Hour recall at their homesor civilians,' and the new HH1-K completed flight training third in >
quarters.Of turbo-engined helos, acquiredhere his class of 30 students, and won
the 11 pilots, four have been In July, especially on SAR his wings Nov 11, 1969.
stationed here from other units; missions. As a naval aviator he learned tofly
the rest are assigned here from Like most of the other pilots, the T-28 and T-34 fixed-wing
flight training school. About six this Is his first duty station after aircraft, and the H-34 'Ranger'A NAS JACKSONVILLE viewed from a helicopter protected by
SAR pilots on 24-hour Immediate recall

specialized SAR training. He NAS Jacksonville throughout the
learned hovering and hoisting night or until flight operationshere
procedures, fundamental are secured.As .
helicopter maneuvers and gliding Lt. (jg) Abshier explains,
-all necessary on SAR missions. SAR pilots may average about
Finally, he was given a two alerts a day and one rescue a
SEE US Discounts toServicemen NATOPS (Naval Air Trainingand month. They also receive calls to
FIRST 0 O Operations Procedures assist the Coast Guard and local
Standardization) test by LCdr.,M' police in finding lost boats or
P. McCullough, SAR branch missing persons. This summer
officer and pilot, and East Coast SAR pilots were asked to help the
bVi0 NATOPS evaluator for the 1134. Florida Highway Departmentshoot
Abshier checked out in the H-34 In a traffic safety film, and
June, and In the new lH11-K in frequently their helos are
September.Just required to serve. as static.
CALL FOR HELP can be two days after his check displays.
relayed from ships, aircraft or flight he made his first rescue ... However varied and exciting
area police to NAS Jacksonville'sSAR a pilot who ejected from his A7 rescue work may be, it is not all
,I coordinator- Lt. (fg| ) about 15 miles northwest of Cecil action-packed adventure., Lt. (jg)
SALUTES Abshier demonstrates. Field.At the time Abshier was on Abshier calls it 'the waiting
SAR duty at NAS Jacksonville.Since .
His of the last game. Sometimes we can go for
helicopter. was one
then he has been called to
classes to fly the H-34 and to weeks waiting for something to
the scene of at least two civilian '
complete carrier qualificationsas plane crashes and has participated happen.
a required part of helicopter in SAR exercises at When something does come up
training. Cecil Field where, once a month, there must be a pilot on hand,
OCT With at least 200 hours of flight squadrons in training rescue a well-trained and ready to respondat
training time behind him, Lt. (jg) downed pilot in the woods on a moment's notice. Pilots are
Abshier found that it takes lot
a simulated combat mission.
constantly training for that 'one
more to make a SAR pilot out of a Now a qualified SAR duty pilot, time' when all their skill and
naval aviator. Upon assignmenthere Lt. (jg) Abshier averages about timing will count toward a suc-
in December 1969, he nine watches a month, alter cessful rescue.
discovered that he would need 500 nating between Cecil Field and
hours in the H-34 and 10 hours in NAS Jacksonville, with one day Just for practice, pilots
the HH1-K before he could solo a off between 24-hour watches. schedule their own training for at
rescue mission.As From 7:45: a.m. until sunset a least three hours a day. One of
co-pilot In training exercisesand pilot must be on duty at both the responsibilities of each pilot
,on actual SAR missions be stations and after sunset a pilot
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By WOl Sam E.McCrum selected for a commission in the What happened next was
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NAS Cecil Field has his first brush with death in I
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enough, especially two decades Adm. Holloway to offer a college during carrier qualifications. r _
ago when the decks were straightand degree and commission in the Unknown to him, the ejection -
small and not originally regular Navy. Cadet Jackson seat had been improperly installed ?
, designed to handle Jets. Landinga decided the Holloway program and the crew wasn't sure ,
jet blind on one of those old offered more than the Marine how to set the hydraulic cats for
carriers sounds like the figmentof Corps, so he applied and on pec. launching a jet. When the cat let
a fiction writer. But it happened 191, 1946, be was discharged as a go, there was a tremendous jerk. Crewmen help Ens. Jackson from |let.
20 years ago. The pilot was NAVCAD and reenlisted as a The seat tried to eject as the
Cdr.E.D.Jackson,now officer in Holloway Midshipman.He plane started its catapult run. Ens.Jackson and his wingman controls.
charge of the Naval Air Main- got his wings Feb. 24, 1947, The canopy stayed tight, were making a sweep north of the Unsure of his situation, he
tenance Training Detachment at and, still a midshipman, came to however,and the force of the seat 38th Parallel bombing supply knew only that two things: He
Cecil Field. Cecil for operational training in shattered the canopy. But the routes. On their way back to the was still alive... and he couldn't
The incident was quite famousat the F4U Corsair. metal canopy rim behind the pilot ship, they spotted some boats
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one time, though memories of From Cecil he was transferredto stopped the seat from leaving the loaded with North Korean see.The w1I f man came through on
it have faded from most people's the West Coast to join VF-112 aircraft Ens. Jackson popped soldiers making their way up the the radio again. 'I can see only a
minds. It was the subject of an aboard the carrier Valley Forge halfway out of the cockpit as the Han River. They decided to red haze inside the cockpit he
article in Argosy magazine in the flying the F8F 'Bearcat/ plane crossed the bow, the straff. told Ens. Jackson.
early 50s, and it was also the plot 'They sent me out there to fly a tremendous wind ripping away He was coming in about 75 to Jackson had not been wearing
for an installment of the old plane I'd never even seen before,' his oxygen mask and helmet, 100 feet off the water on the run. his oxygen mask'and goggles
'Navy Log' TV series Copies of he said, 'and the ship was to nearly cutting his throat in the Then the world exploded into when he hit the cables. The
the magazine, if any still exist, deploy on a HMrmonth round the process. Half in and half out of plexiglass and blood, and he shattered, plexiglass had pep-
and the TV film are filed away world cruise Just a couple of days the plane, he was settling fast in blacked out. pered his face into a red mask,
gathering dust. The memory of after I arrived.' front of the carrier.Then the seat When he came to, Ens. Jackson and his left cheek was sliced open
the episode is anything but vaguein He finally got checked out in began to drop back into position, heard his wing man calling him. from the corner of his mouth to
the mind of Cdr. Jackson. the F8F at Barber's Point, and he poured on the juice, He was at 2,000 feet doing about his jaw. The 450-knot wind
Hawaii. In December of 1949, the leveling off just over the water 450 knots. He couldn't see, and screaming through the missing
The husky 45-yearold Georgia squadron transitioned to jets. barely a mile ahead,of the ship. the force of the wind against his left panel had covered the insideof
native entered the Navy under Then came Korea. He made the turn and landed face was tremendous. His plane the canopy with a crimson
the old aviation cadet program None of the squadron pilots had ,back- aboard. had flown into a 1-inch copper mist, and the blood was blinding
after attending the University of qualified In the new F9F Cougarjet The ship arrived off of Koreain and aluminum power cables the aviator.
South Carolina for two years. when they were ordered to early August. The Inchon invasion stretched across the river. But he kept the plane In the air,
After preflight at Chapel Hill, San Diego 'abard the carrier was launched the next Though the impact had knockedout although he almost passed out
N. C., and primary flight Philippine Sea.,The ship left for month. It was during that in- the left panel of his wind twice and nearly stalled the plane
training at Memphis, Tenn.., he the Western Pacific on July 4, vasion that he again came closeto ) shield, shattered the canopy and trying to cut down on the force of
went on to Pensacola for advanced 1950, nonetheless. The pilots had death-closer, in fact, than >knocked him out, the jet had the wind in his face. He managedto
training where he was to qualify enroute..on the old H- anyone deserves to come and still continued to fly and to climb get a battle dressing out of his
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By W01 Sam E. McCrum selected for a commission in the What happened next was
Public Affairs Office Marine Corps instead of the almost prophetic. Ens. Jacksonhas
NAS Cecil Field his first brush with death in
Navy.About that time, however, an airplane.The .
the 'Holloway Midshipman young pilot was hooked up to _'
Landing on a carrier is difficult Program' was innovated by the hydraulic catapult for launch '.
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ago when the decks were straightand degree and commission in the Unknown to him, the ejection .. :;"if
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designed to handle jets. Landinga decided the Holloway program and the crew wasn't sure .).+"." .
jet blind on one of those old offered more than the Marine how to set the hydraulic cats for
carriers sounds like the figmentof Corps, so he applied and on Dec. launching a jet. When the cat let
a fiction writer. But, it hap- 191,1946, he was discharged a go, there was a tremendous jerk. Crewmen help Ens. Jackson from |et.
pened 20 years ago.The pilot was NAVCAD and reenlisted as a The seat tried to eject as the
Cdr.E.D.Jackson,now officer in Holloway Midshipman.He plane started its catapult run. Ens.Jackson and his wing man controls.
charge of the Naval Air Main- got his wings Feb. 24, 1947, The canopy stayed tight, were making a sweep north of the Unsure of his situation, he
tenance Training Detachment at and, still a midshipman, came to however,and the force of the seat 38th Parallel bombing supply knew only that two things: He
Cecil Field. Cecil for operational training in shattered the canopy. But the' routes. On their way back to the was still alive.. and he couldn't
The incident was quite famousat the F4U Corsair. metal canopy rim behind the pilot ship, they spotted some boats
see.The
one time, though memories of From Cecil he was transferredto stopped the seat from leaving the loaded with North Korean wingman came through on
it have faded from most people's the West Coast to join VF-112 aircraft. Ens. Jackson popped 'soldiers making their way up the the radio,again. 'I can see only a
minds. It was the subject of an aboard the carrier Valley Forge halfway out of the cockpit as the Han River. They decided to red haze inside the cockpit,' he
article in Argosy magazine in the flying the F8F 'Bearcat/ plane crossed the bow, the straff. told Ens.,''Jackson.
early 50s, and it was also the plot They sent me out there to fly a tremendous wind ripping away He was coming in about 75 to Jackson.had not been wearing
for an installment of the old plane I'd never even seen before,' his oxygen mask and helmet, 100 feet off the water on the run. his oxygen mask' and goggles
'Navy Log' TV series. Copies of he said, 'and the ship was to nearly cutting his throat in the Then the world exploded into when he hit the cables. The
the magazine, if any still exist, deploy on a llMs-month round the process. Half in and half out of plexiglass and blood, and he shattered, plexiglass had pep
and the TV film are filed away world cruise just a couple of days the plane, he was settling fast in blacked out. pered his face into a red mask,
gathering dust. The memory of after I arrived.' front of the carrier. Then the seat When he came to, Ens. Jackson and his left cheek was'sliced open
the episode is anything but vaguein He finally got checked out in began to drop back into position, heard his wing man calling him. from the corner of his mouth to
the mind of Cdr. Jackson. the F8F at Barber's Point, and he poured on the juice, He was at 2,000 feet doing about his jaw. The 450-knot wind
Hawaii. In December of 1949, the leveling off just over the water 450 knots. He couldn't see, and screaming in through the missing
The husky 45-year-old Georgia squadron transitioned to jets. barely a mile ahead of the ship. the force of the wind against his left panel had covered the insideof
native entered the Navy under Then came Korea. He made the turn and landed face was tremendous. His plane the canopy with a crimson
the old aviation cadet program None of the squadron pilots had ,back'. aboard. had flown into a 1-lnch copper mist, and the blood was.blinding
after attending the University of qualified in the new F9F Cougarjet The ship arrived off of Koreain and, aluminum power cables the aviator.
South Carolina for two years.After when they were ordered to early August. The Inchon invasion stretched across the river. But he kept the plane in the air,
preflight at Chapel Hill, San Diego 'abard the carrier'' was launched the next Though the impact had knockedout although he almost passed out
N. C., and primary flight Philippine Sea.,The ship left for month. It was during that Invasion the left panel of his windshield twice and nearly stalled the plane
training at Memphis, Tenn., he the Western Pacific on July 4, that he again came closeto shattered the canopy and trying to cut down on the force of
went on to Pensacola for ad- 1850,. nonetheless. The pilots had death-closer, in fact, than knocked him out, the jet had the wind in his face. He managedto
vanced training where he was to qualify enroute..on the old H anyone deserves to come and still continued to fly and to climb get a battle dressing out of his
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; By Cindy Barnes the demands her husband's Although the Navy wife may contact with her. As a Navy wife,
career makes of her. not relish the thought of ironing she generates a contagious enthusiasm
lax How much easier life In her role as a Navy wife, she those whites for inspection, she that will infect others
might be for today's Navy wife if knows two states of being: lonely will share her husband's pride in and inspire them to work
she had remained in her and pregnant. In the early yearsof receiving a 4.0 appearance mark, together with her to improve
hometown,. comfortable and her marriage, as she learns to knowing she aided in the their community and their
secure with family and friends cope with ship deployments, she achievement. And as she nation
i instead of choosing to follow aman often experiences both of these meticulously sews that new To Navy Wife 1970 we pay
who serves the flag of our states simultaneously. She may stripe on his uniform, all the long tribute. She is a tribute to her
country find herself celebrating quiet hours he spent studying for family, her community and this
{Through such a union, she goes Christmas anytime, from his promotion exam only make country in which she also serves.
through a transition that molds February to August, and since L9 her more conscious of the How much richer the Navy is
her into a proud and Independent wedding anniversaries are not rewards of being a Navyman'swife. for her choice to be a Navy
military wife, capable of meeting recognized by CNO or l SuPers as wife
official she learns to The modern wife does not
>,1Imt'f"' -"", """'\"" "' '''''8'.,''' holidays, Navy
r.o tf\f'; :" !:;; ,,' spend them alone. confine her interests to home and
.,t'J\.{: >,>,.. <...' The Navy wife must combat family. Often she aids her
t< i 1:1f,: her natural womanly instinct to community through volunteer 4,
." .t ,'It f.5 set down roots. Due to the work in the Navy Relief Society, .v
>,'; nomadic life she leads, her mumps when daddy is away? Red Cross, scout groups, wives $
k, children may be born anywherefrom They can never wait until he is clubs, PTA and church groups.
Atsugi, Japan to Midway home to lend a helping hand. Decisive and dependable, the
Island, and for reasons which she Life can be miserable for the Navy wife has learned through
I. can never understand, transfer Navy wife until she accepts the experience how to cope with
dates and delivery dates always fact that when duty calls, she unusual problems and situations,
seem to coincide. comes second not an easy task and has a knack of, communicating -
Armed with diaper pins and a for any woman and when she what she has learned
screwdriver, the Navy wife is does, all resentment is gone. to others.
equipped to handle any situation Soon after marriage, the Navy The typical Navy wife of todayis
that may confront her. Household wife realizes what an important knowledgeable in all aspects of
appliances always seem to break influence she has on her military life. She has the courageto
down the day after her husband husbands career, and that his do whatever she knows must

sets off on a nine-month cruise. success in the Navy depends be done to get a job completed. ,.
r; The same holds true for largely on the attitude and Extremely loyal to her husband,
automobiles. And why do the cooperation she gives him in the Navy, and the country they
children always come down with making the necessary ad. serve, she inspires a spirit of
measles, chickenpox, and justments to military life. patriotism in all, who come in

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': *(J&pt. Kincaid Steers lax on Bold Course i



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By JOC Chuck! SchroyerJax series of changes that knocked off watches at the theater, I.
and Navy Exchange. He order dthe transient barracks
Capt. John R Kincaid believes in the Navy. But moved from an inadequate frame building to a permanent
more importantly as commanding officer of the sprawling barracks area, and he relaxed haircut regulations and the T
3,400 acre complex that is NAS Jacksonville, he believes need for personnel in uniform to show I. D. cards in the 1
in people. and facilities.
commissary exchange "
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Navy's role as a Commissary store hours were revised,and subsequently i i ;<"' ' defender of our democratic way of life, he's democratic expanded for the convenience of patrons, Housing : \ 1 ,' ,,', '"':1'\<'''\7'

enough to vigorously pursue a course forNAS Jacksonville Referral and Family Services have been beefed up to ,...\'- t : :J rrt.\,, >..,:(i5I y !
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those stationed assist those in'uniform, and a sponsorship program will .;; lJ) :.I i" t} ,:' t"l/-1hZ.." ,\.
here. ensure that new arrivals here in the future will be ( i iiJ'? 4 l" .Rjr>i>1)" '
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There's a story about him that has made the rounds at welcomed to the NAS family in a warm, personal way. Yt>:.>,'Jitd.! ,V.LV ; it I
NAS which reflects his attitude. It seems that shortly after Such a program will go far to alleviate the exasperating ., ., \.,7t'W,rn>>;!\I,,(t'!'!I &1!\<\.fw'J'i''\,':.'.,.
Capt.Kincaid took command, a young sailor requested an problems of finding housing and getting situated at a new ... '.'''''\' {<\:<"'it>.'ftv.." a ,..!' $,.Vj'.j)"
extension of leave through his division officer by command '. [iJ\Ji .....
telegram.The division officer replied curtly, by message, More changes will come 'I'm against all unnecessary .r'"';<,''''>\",'" 1V\:; ,}I I,1; ;! :>> \ ,,;'h't.i:'; ,..
'request denied.' When reading through his message file regulations, and I think if we change what are referred to "",,1 > \\\l ..,......., '
the next morning,the captain noticed the message and as 'chicken regulations/' and trust our people, then they "We want to grant, our people every :
immediately informed all departments: 'We want to will begin to enjoy Navy life,' he remarked request within reason." :

grant our people. every. request within reason, but if a 'If we discover any more unnecessary local regulations, 4
because of his formula for a successful command. He has -
then they'll go, too told his division officers that they will run the show, but :
motivation the captain said 'I want our
Discussing ,
that he's available for consultation at all times should
people to draw personal satisfaction from their work If
need him. _
have meaningful work then they'll they .v
they purposeful, experience -
He backs his policy of 'meaningful work to obtain selfactualization'
self actualization. It's more than just a
person
the of work efficiency
doing his job to the best of his ability, it's understandingthe by putting responsibility
in the hands of his officers and petty officers.
of his .
why job
This really works. During 15-month tour
He thinks has direct effect philosophy
j job performance a on
as commanding officer of the .amphibious,assault ship
morale. If, for example, a man in a supposedly un- ,
USS the ship awarded the Battle Efficiency
Rockbridge, was
desirable job shows disinterest in that job, his poor at-
'E' two consecutive Assault Awards
Amphibious
titude will surely be transferred to others working closely ,
and consecutive Engineering and Gunnery 'E's' an
with him,resulting in ,lowered morale and reduced efficiency :
without the dedicated
accomplishment impossible
of the command. Every man must understandthat
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y his job is important, or he wouldn't be asked to do it cooperation every man :
"SbN Discussing the station's future, the captain said he is
Turning the subject leadership, the captain is quickto
enthusiastic about construction that have
new projects
point out the responsibility division officers and leading
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for the station. them 672-
been
proposed Among are a new
petty officers have in taking care of their men. 'I would
BEQ and a 100-man BOQ. Additional en-station
men
a aF like to think our division leaders know a lot more about
housing and mobile home parking pads are also being
their than just their names.
men sought to help alleviate the local housing shortage for
The captain asserted, 'If those in leadership positionscan Navymen.
"I'm against all unnecessary regulations." get their people to feel free to discuss their problemswith Several self-help projects to Improve the'living and
those in authority, then we're moving in the right working conditions have already begun around station. '
request must be denied, the reason for the denial must be direction. There's no problem in the world that can't be With these underway, plus the prospects of additional
explained in the reply. Let's not have another impersonal solved if we all put our minds to it.' construction, the future of the station looks bright,
'request denied incident. Captain Kincaid takes time out,from his busy work predicted the captain.
It was an indication of the 49-year-old West Virginian's schedule to personally greet all new arrivals to the He summed up his thoughts on command by remarking,
feeling toward 'his people/the three months that have station. He enthusiastically welcomes them aboard and 'I think all our people should work hard when there's workto
passed since he took command, he has issued a score of seeks questions or suggestions that might improve the air be done and play hard when it's finished.' '
changes that have effected all hands. station. He urges anyone with a problem that can't be Such command leadership can put new vigor and fun in
All have been improvements.He solved on a divisional or departmental level, to bring the naval service. It can build a team spirit that can add to
authorized wearing of civilian clothes in the mess problem to him NAS Jacksonville's record of.fast and. efficient service to
hall at iny meal for off duty personnel. He promulgated a Few have taken him up on the offer yet, perhaps the fleet "





Pilot RECORD 1971 FORD PRODUCTION

(Continued from Page) I

survival kit and hold it over his ,
face to slow the bleeding. PLENTY OF 7 Is IN STOCK! ,,

They contacted the Mt. t
McKinley, flagship for the invasion FABULOUS PINTOS, LTDs, tI,I
and at first the decisionwas ,
to have him either eject or GALAXIES, TORINOS,
" put the jet down in the water near I
the flagship; At the time they MUSTANGS, T-BIRDS
were 20 minutes from the carrier.

But the blinded pilot decided to All Models and Colors I I
stick with his aircraft and let the'
wing man talk him down on the''
carrier's'deck., AND YOU CAN SAVE

LOTS OF MONEY
The wing man got him into the
approach, then the LSO took
over. The last thing he' remembers -
.the LSO saying was,'You're
high and to the right ...' He DIM 1
pushed the stick forward then .
flared out, and it was all over He
fell unconscious.The .

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the way back to the tall tHe

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graduate of Old Miss, he has ,<, STOP BY
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Crusader and is one'of few pilots TODAY'AND .
who has flown with an F7F r .. -
Cutlass squadron. He'wanta to. :
get checked the A-7 SAVE! .
Cecil so he can be one of few 'J'I I ..
aviators to have flown all Chance ,
Vought aircraft.

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JOSN Christy Lorentzen I

Jax In July 1942, when women's liberation was far from being the household

phrase it is today, the Navy took a giant step toward what is now a national

movement by giving women the opportunity to achieve equal status ,with men.

In an organization known as the
Women's Reserve, Waves since Adm. Zumwalt has rates of AC AG AZ SK, AK YN
(Women Accepted for Volunteer assumed the post of CNO, and the PN JO PH HM DT and RM.
Emergency Service) were current movement toward Seven commissioned Wave officers
granted equality with men in pay, hold supervisory posts
promotion and career op here, and of the 22 Wave warrant
portunities. Within six years officers in the Navy, two are
after their formation, Waves a stationed at NAS.
were permitted to change from Reports from local division
reserve to regular status,' and officers attest to the fact that
have since proven to be an most of these women do excellent
essential permanent element to work In' their individual fields,
the Navy's strength and ef performing on a par with sailors
fectiveness. Their number has in the same ratings.
dwindled from a record high of Rewards and benefits availableto
86,000 in 1945 to the present 6,000 women in the Navy are
enlisted women and 600 officers identical to those which men t
who today comprise slightlymore receive.
than one per cent of the For the most part the Waves
entire' fleet, and who work in here are satisfied with their roles AN Sherry Cook arranges a portrait photograph at the Com Fair Jax
more than 20 different 'man size' In the Defense Program, and Photo Lab. This Is one of the many duties:she performs as a PH
jobs at shore stations around the enjoy sense of accomplishmentin striker..
world. knowing that they are actively
Yes, the Navy has given contributing to the welfare of BELLAIR SALUTESNAVY
women opportunity to prove LCdr. Snoddtrly their country. Some will continueto
themselves equal to men on a greater individualism will stay in the Navy, taking full
wide variety of levels, but a few eventually result in a smaller, advantage of a career that offers
doors still remain closed to them better trained Navy consisting travel,' training, security and I IDAs'
and have been the topics of mostly of career designated men responsibility Others will returnto
several recent change proposals.For and women' civilian life, when their tour Is _
example, although enlisted Miss Snodderly, who recently finished with an extra measure of
women may progress through the came here following a tour at the knowledge and self-discipline **
ranks from E-1 through E 9 and Pentagon, predicts that im achieved through dedication to a
even,rise to the top In the warrant pending, changes will include challenging task. II I 2f OCTOBER 1910
officer grades, Wave officers, { 1y V
until recently, could not be
promoted past the grade of .
captain. Now a regulation has .4.
been passed authorizing the ii'':: \ -ii:
appointment of women officers to
flag rank. However, at this ,-"
moment no billets for Wave
admirals have been established- '.;
and the highest ranking commissioned -
officers in the Wavesare t
the 10 line captains currentlyon
active duty.Another '
area where Navy .;
women are less favored than T eMue C-f0
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their male counterparts concerns
dependents. Present regulations
forbid Waves to have dependents, BY BELLAIR I .HOME BUILDERS I I INC
but the outlook for a change in
this direction is highly favorableand TL' \ .i
it may be expected to occur ;
within this decade., D.
DT2 Mary Ann Soto assists dentists at the NAS Dental,Department
More than 25 per cent of the Navy Waves'now on active duty serve In
the Medical I and Dental Corps.

coed barracks similar In style to It ,is evident that the Waves
the coed dormitories found at were not in mind when 'U. S.
many colleges and universities. Navy -. Mark of a Man' was
'Waves will be more integrated in selected as this year's Navy Day
the future,' she states, Implyingthat theme.But the fact still remains
they will have more I op they,are a very real and active
portunities to work side-byside segment in the Fleet, and 28
with men In ratings, grades and yeaN of military service with a
duty stations which have been feminine touch proves that they PATIO
customarily male-dominated. will no doubt continue to support I. ..-i UR
Aboard this station there are the, nation's combat men for o uK .' .
125 enlisted Waves working in the many yean to come. SUNKEN ;;'I l'j :
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leader in the Air Operations
Flight Clearance Division, clears 11II2 [ BR1 ,
flight plans for a Navy pilot.

'The Waves,like all facets of the From the spacious sunken family room in front to the light,
Navy, are presently in the and breezy back porch, here I is Florida living at its best! ....
process of receiving a political Large Bedrooms, 2 full baths, walk-In closets and a big foyer
'face-lift,' and the few areas are'also yours.in the
where women face sexual 10.$17S00.$1,000 t
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Wave LCdr. Sandra representative Snodderly, NAS and 3 :E zaILLI.rn': ::

military personnel officer, has HOME :BUILDERS: INC.:
this to say about the future of the
Waves and the Navy in general: [Member NatlonalandJacksonvllle Home Builders Associations w*

'I feel that within the next 10 .fou are cordially. Invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience
'years we will witness a more At the Naval Hospital, HM OpMlli i Johnson trained Corps Wave 110 A.M. to Dark.'Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #2POCTOBER
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Dynamic political, economicand follows civilian customs of dress provement, using available
social changes are at work in I and grooming except where they equipment and manpower.
our nation and abroad- changes conflict with smart, neat ap Even now NAS Jacksonville is
I that serve only to emphasize the pearance or with military duties.' taking steps to start a 'self-help'
need for a determined military The admiral followed up by program and will begin buildingnew
posture built upon a solid foundation ? relaxing regulations on civilian facilities and renewing
(< of powerful naval'forces.' clothes. He allowed enlistees to others as soon as construction
,< These words were spoken by wear civvies at all base facilitiesin battalion personnel can be made
,,+ Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt as he ', '.. : off-duty hours, and authorized available, according to RAdm.
prepared to take charge as Chief -' civvies in mess halls on weekends Lawrence Heyworth Jr.,, commander
,, of Naval 'Operations July 1, and on holidays as well as in of Fleet Air Jacksonville.
relieving Adm. Thomas Moorer. barracks.He Another situation that the
',' As the youngest CNO in the 'has* authorized a pilot admiral has called attention to
i Navy's history, he has brought program allowing first class BEQ's and BOQ's. He noted that
1 dynamic changes to give Navy petty officers aboard ship to wear although existing facilities have
1 life a whole new outlook civvies on leave and liberty and been improved they do not afford
His'special interest is people. ? hopes to extend the same residents the convenience enjoyed
\ When he assumed command he, privilege to other enlistees.in the by those living in base
.: felt that with increasing financial: future. quarters or private rentals.To .
and personnel cutbacksthe Navy By relaxing uniform' partially alleviate this
'10 was facing a serious personnel : regulations, Adm. Zumwalt situation he has permitted baseor
b r retention problem and that hopes to bolster the pride and station commanders to allow
.,: without long-range retention ; f esprit de corps generated when beer vending machines to' be
?' goals, the Navy would begin to \. the Navy uniform is worn. installed in BOQ's and senior
lose many valuable people. ,'f).I. ;'. In line with this he has made BEQ's.
"I Realizing that people are the ..... ... changes to abolish the dinner
Navy's greatest asset, Adm. ,.:, dress white and blue jackets as Junior Officers
Zumwalt set out to make serious required uniforms for male
changes to existing Navy lieutenants, and has,also called Adm. Zumwalt has noted that
policies, naming personnel I for lockers and wash facilities to commissioned officers' clubs are
retention his number-one aim. be installed at shore installationsfor not taking into consideration the
One of his'first moves ,toward personnel who must wear varying tastes of different age
this goal was to establish a dungarees to work. groups, especially young, junior
retention study group specifically officers, and has encouraged
for the purpose of bringing to his Living Conditions clubs to cater more to the 'under-
attention current attitudes 30' set.
\ among Navy personnel. on, a Adm. Zumwalt feels that one of He has suggested that clubshold
continuing basis.. He also felt that the more serious detriments to a weekly social and invite,
the study group composed of personnel retention is that there select groups of young'ladies to
officers and ,,enlistees selected are too many substandard living attend unescourted, As an ad.
I from a wide variety of fleet activities Adm. Elmo R. ZumwaltChief quarters and personnel support,* ditional,experiment to attract the
I would come up with welfare and recreation facilities, younger officers he has ap'
sound recommendations that and blames this on limited funds pointed five clubs to establish
would have some bearing on new of Naval OperationsIntent for construction and main. specially designated club annexes
policies. tenance. where junior officers can
Some of their recommendations To alleviate this problem he dance to 'hard-rock bands. This'is
have already taken has directed local commands to a practice never before
shape as the admiral has effected on making big improvements Clothing Regulations establish their own 'self-help' initiated ,by commissioned of
improved post-deployment leave in all aspects of program to improve temporary ficers' clubs.
policies, raised check I cashing Navy life Adm. Zumwalt has About civilian,clothes he said, lodgings, parking facilities The admiral also directed clubsto
:: ceilings at Navy Exchanges,., concentrated on major problems 'Throughout the years,the Navy trailer parks, locker clubs anci permit casual clothing in at
improved aircraft services at air concerning dress codes, living has been aware of the styles of recreation clubs and facilities. least ,one room, and at air
stations and granted 30 days conditions, leave, liberty and the times and has attempted to be This would be accomplished by stations permit wearing flight
I leave to all' officers, on PCS or duty assignments all to make responsive to them insofar' as appointing manager to select suits in at least one club room.
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Some other changes he has Duty Swaps Zumwali's decision to grant provide each 'member a Navy Wife ;
Initiated with special con- One of the admiral's more meritorious advancements to statement of their earnings no ':
sideration of officers in mind dramatic changes to duty' especially deserving, outstandingpetty later than October 30 this year. Finally, the admiral has not, \11'':11'The j
include allowing outstanding assignment policies for enlisteesis officers who have failed the Statements will itemize all en- overlooked the Navy wife as an' ; I
lieutenant commanders an opportunity the computerized 'duty-swap advancement exams at least five titlements and deductions, the important member of the Navy '
to attain leadership program. By applying directlyto times. normal monthly net pay, allot- team. Their welfare is an im- )v'
billets as commanding officers, BuPers, enlistees may now ments, termination dates for portant factor in Navy morale "f
executive officers and as have their swap negotiated for Personnel Service social security, advances of pay and the admiral has asked base '4
department heads in four them as exchangeofdutyrequest and allowances and any commanders to establish a ,ty
squadrons.To cards are processed Customer service, the admiral scheduled indebtedness on a channel through which Navy J
further enhance officer weekly and matched by computer feels,needs much improvement, monthly or annual scale. wives can voice their complaints ';
morale, he has established an especially where working hours and offer suggestions to com
autovon line Mondays through, ReEnlistmentsRealizing are tailored to accommodate the Air Charter Program manding officers. This should be'a '
. Thursdays for the convenience of employees themselves. He called convenience directed towardthe
officers who wish to contact the importance of for big improvements and a Another improvement in benefit of Navy wives clubs
detailers in BuPers to discuss Navy customs and traditions in higher standard of ,service at family service is the Air Charter and exslsttng wives organizations ',
their future duty assignments. promoting esprit de corps and personnel offices, disbursing 'Program to give dependents of and benefits councils. ",:
personal satisfaction for those offices, household effects offices, deployed personnel a chance to During the four months that ,'j
Sea Duty receiving honors, Adm. Zumwalthas dispensaries and other offices arrange charter transportation Adm. Zumwalt has been Chief of
singled out the reenlistment which offer services to Navymenand along with hotel accommodations, Naval Operations there have
At the beginning of his tour as as one of the major events in the their dependents.For tours and other services, to been at least 38 bold changes to I",
CNO, Adm. Zumwalt announcedhis lives of career enlisted people.He instance, Navy exchangeand overseas areas at no cost to the Navy policy The admiral himself 'a
intentions to restore the fun stated that ''special con- commissary stores have government. The program is predicted that more changes will -.* *;" I I
and zest of going to sea, and has sideration should be given to the been asked to expand their designed to minimize the impactof come some more quickly than I
designed several new programs reenlistees desires concerningtime operating hours for added extended absences between others and that all will be aimed ,:
with that in mind. and place of the ceremony. customer convenience. Navymen and their dependents, at overall improvements in Navy ,
For junior officers he has transportation to and from, Other improvements have been but is also' available for active life especially designed for ,
established a shiphandling having the CO or'' XO officiate made to pay services. Adm. duty personnel on leave personal morale. ;:
competition beginning Jan. 1, and invitations to family andfriends Zumwalt has established, on a I
1971 to give them an opportunityto or special guests. test basis,. a 24-hour phone ser- Ij j
demonstrate their shiphan Whenever'' possible, a vice at the Navy Finance Center
dung and seamanship skills. photographer should cover the Cleveland to accommodate Navy
Winners of the contest may select ceremony' and a brief social personnel ,who, wish to direct
their choice of duty such as gathering with simple refresh-- inquiries about their pay 'to 1971 j
aboard ship, at destroyer school, ments be provided afterwards. finance,representatives seven
post graduate study or' an Meritorious days a week.
overseas or shore duty billet. Another convenience to help
Adm. Zumwalt has also ex- AdvancementsA Navy personnel better understand -
panded leave policies for big incentive to career- their pay is that local Toyota
deployed units, allowing up to minded petty officers is Adm. disbursing offices will now .1
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