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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SlatedJax Diamond Jubilee Celebration A .; 9j.l i


-The NAS Jax Open
House and Air Show,

featuring the famed Blue Hails Aviation's YerJax
Angels and the Chuting 60th
Stars, is scheduled here
July 11 as an 'all -In. one'

celebration of the 60th Naval aviation with its commander Naval Air Force, U Naval aviation dates back to States to the Indian Ocean.
anniversary of naval beginnings dating back to S. Atlantic Fleet will celebrate Ely and his successful landing COMNAVAIRLANT Is the
aviation, the 25th an- Eugene Ely and his Curtiss the event with a gala ball. Here at and then launching from ships of logistic and administrative
niversary of Jacksonville's Pusher, is celebrating its 60th NAS Jax, a special Open House the fleet. U. (Jg) Ellysoa becamethe commander for all naval air
Naval Air Reserve anniversary this year. and Air Show is scheduled for first naval aviator,and In 111 forces assigned to the com-
Training Unit and NAS In Norfolk this weekend, July 11.i' the Navy accepted delivery of Its mander-m- chief, U. S. Atlantic
Jax's 31st birthday, whichis ____. .. "'_ _n n first three aircraft. Daring the Fleet.
October 15. .,..- years prior to the first world war, The post war period once
naval aviators constantly tested again saw giant leaps in
On that day, the station and proved the airplane as auseful technology. Jet aircraft came to
will open its gates to the device. the fleet and qualified for carrier
general public for an all Upon the U.S. entry into World operations in 1948. Designs of
day celebration which will War I.there were few operational carriers were dramaticallyaltered.
feature performances by forces and none abroad. As the .
the Blue Angels precision war progressed the airplane Korea became the next world
flight demonstration team proved most valuable In antisubmarine trouble spot. The Navy provided
and the Chuting Stars warfare. Although valuable antisubmarine patrols,
Parachute Team. ,Also in most naval aviation was confined attacks on shore installations and
the line up of events are a to operation of the controlled the seas around the
glider demonstration, protective blimps aviation was country.
model plane show, static proving Itself in the skies over Once again the post war
displays, and exhibition Europe. period provided time to
flyovers by Navy jets and a The end of World War I redevelop, plan and invent. The
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the ,.. became the mainstay of the
performance by signalled 'even more rapid jets
NATTC Drill Team. developments in naval aviation. fleet,carriers were designed with
The seaplane was perfected as angled decks so more planes
Look for details on the was the blimp. But the most could be launched at one time,
July 11 Blue Angels Air advanced concept was the air- and plans for the first nuclear -
,Show and Open House in craft carrier. The USS Langley powered carrier were laid.
next week's Jax Air News. made its appearance in 1925. It Vietnam returned the United
IN AVIATION'S EARLY DAYS the first catapult launch took place was just a start. Soon the States to a period of military
I on the USS North Carolina off Pensacoia, Fla. The Idea was Improved Lexington and Saratoga were conflict. Navy ships and planes
and today Is currently used to launch lets from flight decks of modern launched; then the Ranger. brought their power to bear on
carriers.See page eight for a review of naval aviation's progress. Policies, strategies and im- North Vietnam In the Ms.The old
provements in aircraft and ship World War II carriers were
design were accomplished In the retired and the new super -
Capt. Pressler Relinquishes days before World War II. carriers joined the fleet along
The war was launched with the Enterprise.
ferociously and swiftly with the The super fast super ,
attack on Pearl Harbor. Now the powerful modern jets took to the
FA W-11 Command TomorrowJax aircraft carrier and naval air from the largest ships ever to
aviation had to prove itself. The sail the seas. Navy, pilots were
battle of the Coral Sea, Midway, the first to travel la'space and to

Capt. W. J. Vaught Jr., will relieve Capt. W. J. Pressler, Jr., as com Leyte and others were substanceof the moon.
this proof. The United States On the 60th anniversary of
mander Fleet Air Wing ElevendWinga change of command ceremony tomorrow emerged the victor in the war and naval aviation, the future is
at Hangar 1000. Guest speaker at the event will be RAdm. M. A. Hadden Jr., the most powerful nation in the brighter than ever before; more
commander Fleet Air Wings, U. S. Atlantic Fleet. history of the world. nuclear powered aircraft
On January J, 1943. com- carriers are being planned; new
Capt. Pressler, who has won his wings as a naval aviator officer. In 1962 he joined Patrol mander Naval Air Force U. S. fighters, bombers and antisubmarine
commanded the local air wing and was commissioned an ensignin Squadron 16 where he served for Atlantic Fleet was established. warfare aircraft are
since March 1970, will report to 1944. Subsequent aviation one year as commanding officer. The mission of the command is to being built. The 60th anniversary
Washington for duty with the assignments included Fighter Commanding officer of the USS provide combat ready forces to celebration will not only be a time
Department of the Navy. Squadron 97, Air Transport Pocono, flagship for commander fleet commanders operating in to reflect on the accomplishments
Capt. Vaught attended Squadrons 5 and 21, and Patrol Amphibious Forces, U. S. areas ranging from the North and triumphs of
Bluefield College, the Universityof Squadron 11..He served with the Atlantic Fleet, was Capt. Pole to the Antarctic and from the past but also a time to contemplate
Pennsylvania, the Navy staff of commander Fleet Air Vaught's next assignment. Priorto the East Coast of the United the future.
General Line School and the Wing Three as antisubmarine receiving orders here as .
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Armed Forces Staff College. He warfare officer and training COMFAW 11, he served as
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Capt. Vaught, as commanderFleet I
Air Wing Eleven,will direct
the administrative and
operational activities of Patrol 0 0w
Squadrons 5, 16,and 45.The Chiefof
Naval Operations has recently '
directed the relocation of three a

additional patrol squadrons to : ,
NAS Jacksonville where they will
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Vaught. The first of these
squadrons,Patrol Squadron 56, is
currently in the process of FIRST CAMP GRAUDATES-Capt. William Sizemore,who relieves
moving, and will report officiallyon Capt. William Loy as NAS executive officer next week, offers cer
July 1. Patrol Squadrons 49 tificate along with congratulations to young Anthony Newman, one of
and 24 will follow within the next the 21 boys to complete the first week of summer camp aboard the
14 months, bringing up Fleet Air station. Each week through August 20, a group of boys from area
Wing Eleven strength to six disadvantaged homes will arrive here for the summer camp program
squadrons by August 1972. sponsored by Neal Tyler and the Schlitz Brewing Co.

I Capt. "Pressler Capt. Vaught


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Teen HappeningsThere cents. The following menu Is served at both galleys.


will be a Record Hop tomorrow and Tuesday. Fiday, July 2nd

features a dance at the Gator Den with the Kronic Blues highlightingthe Friday June2SBREAKFASTChilled burger or Cheeseburgers.

entertainment Admission for this dance will be$1.25 for membersand rn w Juice, Fried Eggs to Order Pineapple, Scrambled Meat SUPPER-ltallan Sauce or Baked Spaghetti Lasagna with,

$1.50 tor non-members. Plan ahead for another Teen Club Pool Eggs with Cheese, Choice of Toasted Cuban Sticks, Parmesan

Party to be held Tuesday, July 13. mwPROTESTANT Bacon or Ham, Lyonnalse Potatoes Cheese, Buttered Asparagus Tips,
Ping Pong and refreshments are available at all Teen Club dances. Creamed Pastry. Dried Beef,Assorted Danish Buttered Mixed Vegetables,

For additional information contact Mrs. Amell at 389-0496 or Chief DINNER..New England Clam Blueberry Pie.

Amell at 7723074. Membership applications may be obtained at the tt. Chowder, Salmon Cakes, or Grilled Tuesday,June25BREAKFAST..Hominy
Frankfurters, Baked Macaroni with Grits,
Cheese, Seasoned Lima Beans, Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto
door.Art Blueberry Pie.SANDWICH. Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash,
Show Seeks EntriesJax LiNE-Grilled Ham. Soft or Hard Cooked Eggs, Choice of

burgers, or Cheeseburgers. Bacon or Pork Butts, Minced Beef,
NAVAL AIR STATION SUPPER..Stuffed Pork Chops, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNERMinestrone .
artists and their
Navy drawing, original prints, collageand SUNDAY Brown Gravy, Rice Pilaff, Ap. Soup, Baked
dependents are invited to participate mixed media, batik and tie plesauce, Creamed Style Corn, Beef Loaf, or Turkey Ala King,

in Jacksonville's Fifth dye hangings, macrame, Holy Communion-8:30: a.m. at Seasoned Brussels Sprouts, Blueberry Baking Powder Biscuits, Whipped
Annual Summer Art Show in the weavings, pottery, wood carving, Pie. Potatoes, Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered
All Saints Chapel. Church School Broccoli, Dutch Apple Pie.
conditioned mall at Regency sculpture and photography. Art (fall ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel Saturday,June26BREAKFASTHot SANDWICH LINE-Slmmered

Square July 23 and 24. may be sold and no entry fee or Annex. Divine Worship 10:30: at Oatmeal, Fried Frankfurters with Sauerkraut or Ham
The show is one of the largest in commission is required.Get All Saints' Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast and Cheese on Rye.
Florida and attracts more than your entry forms by Chapel. with Maple Syrup, Choice Luncheon SUPPER..Pan Roast of Beef,
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Natural Snowflaked Potatoes,
Meat or Pork Sausage, Assorted Cake Gravy
artists
100 from the
throughout writing The Summer Art Show, High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An Doughnuts. Grilled Potato Cakes, Seasoned Green

state. No. 1 Regency Square, 9501 nex. Junior and senior youth BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Beans, Hot Spiced Beets, Dutch Apple

Entries will be accepted in the Arlington Expressway Fellowship: p.m. at Bldg. 722. Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham & Pie.
Cheese Sandwiches, French Fried
following categories: Painting, Jacksonville, Fla. 32211.
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at Potatoes, Baked Beans, Assorted
small Chapel. Cake Doughnuts, Pumpkin Pie. Wendesd.y,June 30
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BREAKFAST..Cooked Farina
SUPPER-Cream of Potato ,
Soup
Tuesday Southern Fried Chicken, Fried Eggs to Order, Home Fried
Senior Choir-Rehearsal-7 p.m. Potatoes, Sauce Whipped Potatoes, Choice of Pork Sausage, or
JTAX AIR NEWSThe Cranberry Seasoned
Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork & Beans,
at Bldg.750 and Christian Science Peas Hot Spiced Beets Pumpkin Pie.
Creamed Dried Beef, Southern Style
Service 8 at small
p.m. Chapel. Corn
Bread, Pecan Rolls.DINNERVegetable .
NAVAL HOSPITAL Sunday,Jun.27BREAKFASTHomlny Soup, Grilled

JAX AIR NEWS i I. a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Divine Worship-10 a.m. Grits, Beef Steaks,Mushroom Gravy, Baked
Chilled Potatoes, with Sour Cream, Buttered
NATTC Pineapple Juice, Fried
distributed each Thursday at the U. ,S. Naval Air Station Eggs Brussels
Divine to Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of Sprouts, Cream Styled Corn
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Hot! Publishing Company a Worship-11 a.m. at Ham or Bacon, Home Fried Potatoes, Kernels, Cherry Pie.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 500. Assorted Cake Doughnuts. SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Ham

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, burgers or Cheeseburgers.SUPPERBarbecued .
Breakfast Meat or Grilled Frankfurtersor
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News CATHOLIC Ham
burgers, French Fried Potatoes, Beef Stroganoff, French Fried
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St. Baked Beans, Assorted Cake Potatoes, Buttered Cauliflower,
3119. Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Doughnuts Banana Cream Pie with Seasoned Lima Beans, Cherry Pie.
p.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Topping.
Thursday, 1
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Mon ay.l1 a.m. Tuesday through Smothered SUPPER-Split Pea Soup, Steak July
with Onions, Brown BREAKFAST..Hot ,
available/purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Friday-ll:30 a.m. Saturday Gravy, Parsley Buttered Potatoes, Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs Oatmeal to Order,
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Confession 10:30: and 11:15: a.m. Seasoned Green Beans, Buttered Grilled French Toast with Maple

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Squash,, Banana Cream Pie with Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Hem, Hash
Topping
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print NATTC Browned Potatoes, Iced Coffee Rings.DINNER.Tom.to .
Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. Bldg. Rice Soup,
that source. ,June
advertising from Monday 21 Grilled Beef Liver or Baked Beef &
500. BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried Noodles, Parsley Boiled Potatoes,
Eggs to Order, Blueberry GriddleCakes
Buttered Fresh Carrots, Buttered
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
,with ,
Maple Syrup Baked Pork Spinach, Banana Cream Pie with
concerning such should be directed to: & Beans, Choice of Pork Sausage, or Topping.
Luncheon Meat, Assorted Cake
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY It takes a great soul to be a Doughnuts. Sandwich SANDWICH or Grilled LINE-Variety Cheese. Meat

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 friend. One must forgive much, DINNER-Creole Soup, Pan Roastof SUPPER-Southern Fried Chicken,
forget much. forbear much. It Pork, Brown Gravy, Snowflaked Cream Gravy, Whipped Potatoes,
Telephone 388-2755 costs time, affection, strength, Potatoes, Chilled Apple Sauce, Cranberry Sauce, Bread Dressing,
Mexican Corn, Buttered Spinach, Buttered .
Mixed
Vgetables, Boiled
VOL. 29 NO. 14 JUNE 24, 1971 patience,love.- (Rev.A. Purnell Blueberry Pie.SANDWICH. Pinto Beans, Banana Cream Pie with
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Marine recruit makes newspaper Mrs. William Croft, whose controversial Marine General 4
headlines and even appears on husband is a Marine gunnery who was the recipient of five 1 1 1r
television, but when the 'boot' sergeant presently serving at Navy Crosses and one of the most
happens to be an eight week -old Iwakuni, Japan, with the First decorated men in Marine Corps
English bulldog, anything can Marine Aircraft Wing. Acceptingthe history.
happen. bulldog on behalf of MATSG During the enlistment +rJ
On June 18, 'MATSG Chesty', were Executive Officer Maj. ceremony, the pup was signed up
as the pup is called, was sworn John C. Weare and SgtMaj for a six year hitch by 1st Lt.
into the U. S. Marines Corps at George E. Harbison. Dale W. Howard, MATSG per-
the Marine Aviation Training sonnel officer. Just to make -
Support Group here. MATSG's The name'MA TSG Chesty' was things 'official', MATSG Chesty
first AKC registered member derived from the command's received a service record book, a Take your baby
National Defense Ribbon and, of RAISE YOUR RIGHT PAW-
course, 'dog tags.' The eight.week-old, MATSG
Nothing seemed to affect the Chesty, Is being sworn in the ...
spunky little bulldog as he un- Marine Corps for six years by
derwent the glorified enlistment Mal.| John Weare, MATSG to a specialistWE
procedures. Even the appearance executive officer. Assisting the
of the MATSG Color small recruit is Mrs. William MAINTAIN IT
Guard and Drill Team didn't Croft and 1st Lt. Dale Howard, WITH LOVING CARE
change his composure as MATSG personnel officer. Chesty
reporters and photographers will be stationed here at the TOM BUSH Volkswagen
apf swarmed around recording that Marine Aviation Training Sup R g
meet important day in the life of a port Group (MATSG). ltbI
'Bulldog Marine.' H50 Atlantic Blvd.WESTSIDE .

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Navy Wives Club Jax various poisonous and nonpoisonous -
86 quickly dispensed with this snakes,and the head of
months business as guest speaker a pit viper.
Maynard Cox of Orange Park Everyone agreed they were a
started setting out his snakes. lot wiser on the subject, and
Cox,being very well trained in certainly will be a lot more
the field of snakes, gave some cautious when it comes to snakes.
very interesting facts about the The next regular meeting of the
dangers and first aid treatment t club will be held at Compton Hallon
of a snake bite.It Enterprise St. aboard the
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wasn't too hard to hold Station July 7 at 7:30: p.m. Anyone
everyone's attention as he passed, wishing! to attend is cordially
around Jars containing: the: invited.FACTORYTOYOU.


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I Kudos Given At InspectionIn CORRIDORS OF TIMEDown


ceremonies held during Achievement Medal.The citation

Naval Air Station, Personnel read in part 'for professional through the lone corridors of time,
Inspection, last week two officers achievement In the superior the memories of lonely men,
and three enlisted personnel were performance of his duties while March heroes fought and nation's fell.
How
given awards in recognition of .L serving as Administrative freedom was re-won again.
individual accomplishments. Assistant to Dental Officer at And glorious

Commander P.L. Devine, the Naval Air Station, Cecil But who can conceive,who first has not proven,
Field, Fla., November 8 1968- That memories, can retrace a battle won,
March 3,1971.Construction. like a rainbows hue,
could
Mechanic Chief L. Or that hope, vary
Or that fate's minion,is but her nobelest son.


For youth quickly flies and life decays,
And the price of honor is the sleep of death,
And dark is her robes,which wraps our forms,
.... But time shall heal the severest breath.

Chief Brtwster For pale in the scattered ranks of living,

(Comptroller) was awarded the Every conflicting passion, shakes the very soul,
Meritorious Service Medal. The They remind us, tha slumbers is the sister of dea th,

citation read in part, 'for out And her hours,years,and time,we can not control.
standing meritorious service in
IathIILJI the performance of his duties as i. For few are the seasons of this earthly life,

C, Assistant Comptroller, Ac- .. 4M-I_ And no hallowed verse or instruments of fame,
. : Cdr. DtviMI counting Offfice of the Assistant Chief r Pool Can urge the soul,on to deeds of hell.
Chief of Staff, Comptroller Joint Or mark the havoc of a hero's name.
Military Assistance Advisory 'P' Pool, was awarded the Navy
Medal. The
Advisor Group, Korea Commendation read in 'while For those living and martyrs dead,
(Provisional) December 13 1968 citation part forces Are heroes half and half the whim of fate, .
Y } November 25 1970. serving with in Armed friendly conflict And binding on the breast of ever fleeting time,
Lieutenant Commander C.D. engaged and of nation great.
Vietnamese and Viet They remain,the pith marrow a
Redman (RATIO), was awardedthe against No

Navy Achievement Medal. Cong Communist of Vietnam aggressors from in They fell, but gained a height sublime,
The citation read in part 'for Republic And more greater than all mortal claim,
November 1969-November 1970.
professional achievement in the from this earth
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First Class R. Their deeds were gathered very
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superior-performance of his awarded the And placed in the great corridors of fame.
duties as Assistant Officer in Rainwater, was also

Charge and Operations Officer of Navy citation Commendation read in part Medal.'while The For through the day and dark night unseen,
Patrol Squadron 16, Detachment with forces Too strange for fear and to vast for hope,
serving friendly
Unitas XI July November 25
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engaged in Armed conflict Our sorrows have a wider pinion,
s 1970. And fate is but our celestial horoscope.But .
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"- --- Dental Technician Chief J.D. against North Vietnamese

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New Early Separation Program




Gives NavymenTwo-Month CutsJax



Navy personnel whose normal separation date occurs in October,

November or December 1971 will be released from active duty in August, Sep

tember and October, respectively, the chief of Naval Operations has announced.
.
Commands are authorized to
administer the early outs on any Fleet Reserve. completing three years of active
day during the separation month. ((8)) Reservists undergoing military service
Personnel in the following active duty training.
categories will be exempt from ((9) Aliens who do not have a ((10)) Hospital corpsmen, Dental -- -----..---
the early separation program reserve obligation and who desire technicians, and designatedto Cpl. Jones Cpl Quilnfanct .
unless their EAOS has been qualify for U. S. citizenship by strikers in those ratings.COMMENDEDLt. .
revised as the result of another
early out program such as 'schoolcuts' I :r't -' Masts Honor Two

etc.:
((1)) Personnel who do not

desire early separation, provided Marine CorporalsJax
they are eligible for reenlistment.
((2)) Personnel attached to t
units in the Sixth or Seventh
Two from the Services Section.
corporals
Fleets or Middle East Forces.
: Marine Air Training Support According to the citation, Cpl.
However,they are to be released
a Group (MATSG) here received Jones 'constructed a security
within 30 days of their return r
from meritorious masts June 15 from cage for Special Services
deployment.
Maj. John C. Weare, MATSG equipment, repaired unserviceable -
((3)) Construction Group VIII trailers
executive officer. camping ,
personnel. --..-. .-- The men honored were Cpl. rearranged and relocated gear in
(4)) Personnel on medical
Jimmy A. Jones for his out two command buildings, and
hold. M.L. Dubois receives the Navy CommendationMedal to
standing work in MATSG'sSpecial made general improvements
((5)) Personnel on legal hold. from LCdr. J.A. Landry, FAETULANT officer in charge, for Services Section,and Cpl. the Special Services Section. He
((6)) Personnel serving in heroic achievement as a |let pilot while attached to Attack Squadron Edward S. Quaintance, for his performed all duties in an outstanding *
Vietnam. 153 embarked on the USS Oriskany (CVA-34)).On Aug. 10, 1970 he led a
work as administrative clerk in manner, accomplishingall
(7) Those scheduled for section of A.7 attack aircraft in a highly successful attack against an tasks assigned "
the AE Marine Liaison Office.
retirement or transfer to the antiaircraft site In Southeast Asia.
.
Twenty two year old Jones Cpl. Quaintance, 23, is
was cited for his work during the responsible for the daily morning

Aviation Supply SupervisorIs period of Jan. 15, 1971, through report, the placing of all studentsin
June 7. During that time he was AE School, and clerical
assigned as athletic recreation supervision of more than 600
assistant In the MATSG Special personnel.

Serviceman of the MonthJax


Open for your convenience 6 a.mvlO p.m.
The May Serviceman of the customers to more readily
the Month Is SKI Wiley C. identify items and therefore, D PICKUP & DELIVERY

Rowsey, supervisor for the significantly increased the pre .. D ROAD SERVICED
aviation supply support divisionof expended bin business with a
the Supply Department. commensurate reduction in MECHANIC ON DUTY

According to his letter of system requisitions.' D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

nomination he has improved the o&o Rowsey also stocks and
pre-expended bins under his replenishes sonobuoys stored in BOB'S OAK HILL
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has made his area of responsibility he has excelled in this area by
one which exhibits pride.He providing prompt availability of uninSERVICE
has completely renovated the sonobuoys to fleet squadrons.As .
pre .. expended bin making additions CENTER
deletions, updating and Serviceman of the Month he
assigning new location of items will receive a certificate to the
Road 771-91S6
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k St. Augustine by the USO
Petty Officer Rowsey has
established display boards,

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6 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


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j 1. Stand By For Summer 'Space A' Travel I




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I WASHINGTON (AFPS) authorized one round-trip per WELL, TN REIG
Military personnel on leave school year to visit DOD US ONE MORE
who want to travel space avail- citizen/military parents assigned r
able on MAC aircraft should be overseas, which normally FLIGHT our
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aware of the "rules" to avoid creates peak loads at the beginning
IT PAYS TO RE-UP-Sgt. frustrations that often accompany and ending of school TODAY 1301 ..
Roger DunUp of the Marine this type of travel, Mili- vacation times. This category
also includes close blood or affinitive ,
Barracks here received ,200 asa tary Airlift Command official /
of militarymember
report. relatives a U
variable reenlistment bonus moving PCS who residein
when ht shipped over for six Similarly military personnel who his household and are depen-
terminals
work in air
June II. He Is scheduled to him.DOUBLE.
years dent upon
should keep abreast of current
report to the Marine Corps directive regulating space CHECK r
Supply Center In Albany, Ga., available movement. Every Tuesday and Friday at
following his 30 days leave. First of all, active duty military air terminals, the traveler is required -
\ personnel, when In an to check in at the space
Bronze Hammer ordinary, or reenlistment leave available counter and make
status, and certain other personnel known that he is still awaitinga
may travel space availablebut flight. This must be done between
I' Award Is For must be actually on leave 7 A.M. and 6 P.M. on
not only to perform the travel, those days. Failure to do so will
but to request the travel. result in removal from the list,
Self Helpers When applying for space, the or dropping to the bottom when
individual's name is placed on reapplying.The .
J
I a list along with the names of purpose of the revalida-
Jax Due to the widespreadsuccess others awaiting travel to the tion procedure is to maintain an
of the Navy's Self Help same destination. The policy is accurate register to assist the
.
Program, the Chief of Naval first in, first r *.. However, ap- passenger who is ready to go.

\ Operations has established a
'Bronze Hammer Activity plicants are placed on the list By maintaining an accurate NO-SHOW space is voluntary, and no one
i Award' competition to provide according to their category. An register or the travel-ready pas Because of no-show passengers is removed from the list for refusing
t special recognition to the activitythat active duty member and his sengers awaiting transportation, last minute duty walk-ins, movement.
produces the greatest im- dependents too, if they accom- each traveler can determine his cargo mission requirements, Additionally, individuals on
pany him on leave, and retired true standing and possibility of etc., seat availability is not leave must remember they are
provements with its own personnel and their dependentsare movement. known in many cases until Im- responsible for meeting all tie!
resources and personnel.The in Category 3. This means When it is determined that mediately prior to flight depar- requirements for entry into the
competition will be conducted he moves before Category 3 seats will not be used by space ture. Thus, passengers making countries they intend to visit.
I annually by area Self Help personnel who signed up after required (paying) passengerson themselves available for move- This includes getting the re-
\ coordinators. The coordinatorswill him, but not before all Category scheduled passenger missionsor ment on the maximum numberof quired immunizations, pass
select a winner from their 1 and 2 on the list have moved.A other scheduled or nonsched- scheduled flights (passengeror ports, visas, etc.
command and submit it to the person's status determineshis uled missions these seats will cargo) have the greatest opportunity One other little known fact
category. For example, be offered and filled by space for movement. is that travelers may registerfor
Chief of Civil Engineers as a Category 1 is composed of available passengers who are Any space available travelerwho up to five different destinations
Bronze Hammer nominee. After emergency travel in connectionwith available. Passengers will be refuses a passenger flightto at the same time. It permits
: all nominees are submitted, the serious illness or impend offered based on their standingon the destination for which he a degree of, flexibility in
Chief of Civil Engineers will ing death of the immediate fam- the register. Thus if six is registered will be removed making one's way to the de-
; choose a recipient for the award. ily of military dependents and seats become available to a des from the list, except when he's sired final destination, and is of
Further information regardingthis certain civilian employees while tination, then the first six passengers offered travel on a cargo mis- particular value to the individ-
stationed overseas. on the register who are sion. Because
passenger com ual whose travel plans do not
competition will be an- 2 is made mostly available for movement wouldbe fort facilities
Category' up are limited on restrict him to a specific! placeor
nounced in forthcoming direc of student dependents who are offered the seats. th's! type aircraft, accepting country.
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1 Pamphlet Reveals First Aid .


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MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMILITARYALL Techniques for Drug AbusersWASHINGTONFirst

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aid of some drugs are also given, organizations,, industrial groups
RANKS & AGES procedures for the care of per- such as 'goofballs', 'yellow and interested individuals for the
sons who may be suffering from jackets' and the like. cost price of five cents per copy.
LOW RATES- EASY PAYMENT PLAN drug abuse or overdose are now The 14-page pamphlet describes

Xerox Copies w Notary Public available in a pamphlet being the effects of the various

AMERICAN SERVICE MUTUAL INS. CO. distributed by the American Red drugs in these categories, their
Cross. abuse by some persons, the
CONTINENTALINSURANCE The publication-Drugs and symptoms they create, and the
their Abuse-is based on material first aid care that should be given Modern

UNDERWRITERS developed for the American Red to anyone who has misused themor
Cross by the National Academy taken an overdose.The .

., 6479Roosevelt of Science-National Research back cover illustrates the
f
Blvd.' 388-7676 NearN.A.S. Council. procedure for giving mouth-to-
; Drugs covered in the presen- mouth artificial respiration in from iIkf I
I tation include: Alcohol (alcoholic case the victim stops breathing. !

\ beverages ) ; Cannabis The pamphlets are being
(marijuana) shipped to G f all the dtftaiiat /
; Hallucinogens, Red Cross chapters
d' Inhalants, Narcotics, Stimulantsand throughout the country and will your Education CVnf. / '

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Naval Aviation Moves OnwardJax



a small biplane was catapulted from a Navy cruiser
a chapter which after 60
That take oVbegan a new chapter in naval history
years has proved that not even the sky is the limit in naval aviation.

From biplane to jet plane and beyond, is the_Navy's boast on its Diamond

Jubilee.Sixty .. ..
; rigged on the deckof of the naval aviators and with the
I yean ago, when militaryair platform was
power was just a budding Idea the cruiser Birmingham, Ely others went to fleet winter "
In the mind of strategists, the made his first take off from a maneuvers at Guantanamo in
Navy began to look up from the flight deck on November 14, 1910. 1913. I
months later he landed on The results In the fleet gave I
surface of the sea to show InterestIn Two
the concept of carrier based the new 'flight deck' of the armored rise to the Secretary of the I
} +lr'E'E 6' x.114r aircraft.It cruiser Pennsylvania, Navy's announcement In 1914
was after the Army boughtIts anchored in San Francisco Bay. that aviation would henceforth
first machine in 1908 that the Afterwards, he turned the plane play an Important role In the
Navy made its move toward the around, took off again and Navy for both offensive and
possibility of using the new returned to shore. defensive operations.In .
'flying machines' for warfare. There were still other efforts 1915, the United States
Capt. Washington Irving being made to set the stage for developed a shipboard catapultand
., Chambers led the Navy's first naval air operations Lt. T. G, tested it on the North
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cautious attempts at aeronauticsas Ellyson became the first U. S. Carolina. This catapult was later
I 'officer in charge of naval officer to take part in flight installed on the cruiser Hun-
k r W: aviation.' With him came air. instruction, given at the Curtiss tin gton.
w plane builder Glenn Curtiss, who aviation camp at North Island.In Generally, however, the years
*a was to sell the practicality of the 1911, the Navy bought one from 1914 to 1917 were quiet. The
airplane to the military. Wright and two Curtiss planes, Navy's experiments in aviation
with each manufacturer agreeingto had one main objective, the
First Carrier Landing train a pilot and a mechanic.So adaptation of aircraft to warfareat

.. ._..._ Lieutenants John Rodgers and sea. "
-- lie called on a civilian flyer, John II. Towers became the
Aviations Early DaysThe Eugene Ely, to try landing a second and third naval aviators.By In the 50s
biplane aboard a ship. There wasa 1912, the Marine Corps had I
problem,though.Existing ships ,also shown active Interest in It was during the 50s that manyof I
concept of the carrier came from this austere beginning in 1910 were not equipped to accomodatean aviation when Marine the new ideas and conceptsthat I
when Eugene Ely took off In his Curtiss Pusher from the deck of the aircraft take off or landing. Lieutenants A. A. Cunninghamand are part of today's Navy !
USS Birmingham. However, after a special B. L. Smith joined the ranks I

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into being.The Korean War Yorktown, Leyte, Antietam
; once again displayed the im Lake Champlain,Tarawa Boxer,
portance of carrier aviation and Franklin and Kearsirge were a
j provided a catalyst and a testing few

1 ground for many of these new Many of the types of aircraft L .t y'"w'",,
j ideas and Innovations. currently In use came into being
I The 50s saw the introduction of in the 60s. The Vigilante In-

j the Tiger, Cougar, Skyray, truder, Phantom Skyhawk,
I Crusader and Demon jets. The Crusader, Corsair II and Orion T:
j old propeller planes slowly were replaced the Neptune and many
i deactivated until by the end of the other aircraft. The seaplane was
i decade most of the operational phased out altogether.
i aircraft in the Navy's fighter and In the 60s. the need for naval
; attack arsenal were jets. aviation and the carrier was
The 50s also saw a radical proven once again In Vietnam.
I change in carrier configuration. After the North Vietnamese
s The 'angled deck' was designed attacks on two U S. destroyers
I to allow faster and safer the Gulf of Tonkin, jets from
simultaneous launch and Yankee Station carrier
recovery of aircraft. Centerline retaliated. At the present time,the last tomlc-powtrtd aircraft carrier is being funded. The Eisenhower will t
elevators were eliminated and Helicopters also became |loin the Fleet In the 70s. i

new deck edge elevators were valuable as an offensive weaponin American in space was Naval special duty aircraft and aircraft air-to. air missile systems. TheF
installed. This made the addition to their utility role, Aviator Alan Shepard. Before the carries many of these promisesare 148 will be equipped with a
elevators more available for use and the Huey, Sea Stallion and decade ended, four of the six men well on their way to becoming new engine that will have about
during flight operations.Five Sea Cobra helicopters came into to walk on the surface of the realties. 40 percent more thrust and 25
new carriers joined the being. moon were naval aviators.In The F HA and F 14B are percent less weight.
fleet: the USS Oriskany, Man achieved one of his currently being tested and the Two super carriers are
Forrestal, Saratoga, Ranger and proudest goals during the 60s. He the Future swing wing fighter is scheduledto currently being built for use in
Independence. All are still ser- flew in outer space and before'! the join the fleet in the 1970s. The F the fleet. The nuclear attack
ving with the Atlantic and Pacific decade had ended, walked on the Looking toward the future of 14A is to be a high performance carriers Eisenhower and Nimitz

Fleets. moon. For naval aviation, it wasa naval aviation provides a fighter plane equipped with long are expected to join the fleet in
The 50s saw the first carrier proud moment when the first promise of more sophisticated and short range multiple shot, the 70s.Now .
aircraft specifically designed for

all phases of antisubmarine Buy Tickets In CivviesJax
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Five attack carriers were the military standby tickets at buys a standby ticket
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Kearsarge, Antietam, Princetonand
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Those who buy reduced when they present their DD
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to the
Jax-From Monday, June 28, when they consider it necessary. of Number One importance Training result of the inspection was
until July 12, there will be only Everyone is urged to use the "r < .. Marine Air Reserve and the Marine 'satisfactory' in most phases,
Detachment
one full-time pediatrician at the clinic only for acute and severe Y ,. (VMA) 142 with a few areas even receiving
i Naval Hospital here.During that illness. Chronic ailments, check !_ : .. Attack Squadron 'noteworthy' grades.
time, the Pediatric Clinic will be upsschool problems, etc should < here.A ,headedby For two days prior to the in.
open from 8 a.m. to noon and wait until late July and August. team of 20 inspectors the spection, the Marines of MARTD
from
Wood
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from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday through There will be no Pediatric Co Marine Aircraft Wing and VMA 142 spent hours
t.' Friday. Night Clinic during the above Fourth Training cleaning, polishing, standing
During those hours almost all mentioned interval.Children who InspectionNOW Marine Air Reserve at NAS personnel and equipment in.
j' patients in the clinic will be seen become acutely and severely ill Command Headquarters visited the spections, breaking out the ad.
by general medical officers, who after clinic hours will be seen in Glenview, 111.Naval, Air Station ministrative and operational
I, consult with the pediatrician the General Practice Clinic or the OR NEVER-Col. A.T. June Jacksonville 4 and 5 to hunt out any and records, and going through
Emergency Room. When new Wood takes the pistol of SSgt. at the local various phases of readiness for
all discrepancies
I II pediatricians arrive, the services Willis P. Tlpton during recent commands.The the inspectors.
I a Take stock in America.Now of the Pediatric Clinic will be Mobilization Inspection here at Marine Reserve When it was all over, the men ?
t Bomb pay a bonus at maturity resumed. MARTD. flaws that the team were satisfied that,as usual,they

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: 1 J 1 1I Tested on IC-, LI RatingsJax -

Interior Communications Electricians ((1C) and reenlistment and for the duty

Lithographers (LI) ratings are being watched while the assignment if your duty option preference selected. Also is,

IJ IJ1 Navy tries out a new incentive program on them. overseas you must be fully
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This program guarantees duty above, serve a minimum of one qualified in accordance with
I chapter VI of Transman,
assignments to second term year on board your present duty
s .L reenlistees. However, you most station before your transfer and NAVPERS 15909B.
\1 reenlist for four or mow years, you must be recommended by You must be eligible for the
\ I t I duty requested and, in order to
I s / be a petty officer second class or your commanding officer for
receive
1 specific guarantees, a
--- valid billet requirement must
AUTOMOTIVEDIAGNOSTIC exist at the activity requested.
Only one incentive may be
caee. elected and it cannot be used in
ESTCONCEPT conjunction with school
IN APARTMENT assignment guarantees under
LIVING I :I section 12.8 of Transman,
1 1,2 and 3 Bidroom,1 and 2 Baths KingsIey NAVPERS 15909B.
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NAS Jacksonville AdS Should b e mailed to arrive not< later than!
Tuesday for publication the following ThurSday. BIlBlliffilH ffllBIB M M M

LATWINGER : Ads arriving. too late for this deadline will be
published the following week unless the
NAS Cecil I Field I publisher Is instructed otherwise A check or Thursday,June 24 and Bradford Dillman. GP'G' ((94

: money 2rSfVlr the full cost of the ad must be mins.)

ADVERTISING OFFICE the copy for the ad. NAS: 'THE MOONSHINE HOSPITAL: 'RAID ON

4747 San Juan Avenue .: RATEs MlnlmumcharQt ((3 lines) $2.00 WAR' Color comedy drama ROMMEL'

Per additional line ((4 word$ per line) soc starring Richard Widmark and
Jacksonville, Florida : Alan Alda.GP 'G' ((101 mans) Monday,June 28

HOSPITAL: 'RABBIT RUN'

Color drama starring James NAS: THE STATUE' Color

---------- Caan and Anjanette) Comer. R 'G' comedy starring David Niven,

CASHI (95 mlns.). Vima List and Robert Vaughn. R
"m.,M, : QY.M.N1_ ATLANTIC RENT-A-CAR
We buy,sell I,and trade eqltles. 18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery. 387- 'VG' ((92 mins).

Louise T. Bailey 5413. Prices start at $400 day .05 Friday,June 25 HOSPITAL: 'BROTHER
7713605 Broker cents a mile.
GENERAL OFFICE JOHN,
Put your office skills to work and earn NAS: 'EASY RIDER' Color
VW LOTUS
'HIDDEN WATERS'Black
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you Creek, Canal or Lake lots Custom fiber glass body on VW drama starring Peter Fonda and June 29
NO FEE. Call: Tuesday,
wish. NORRELL available. Excellent fishing, boating, chassis. Economy with style 264.4786 Dennis Hopper. R 'E' ((94 mins.)

Temporary Services swimming. Mobile Home area. Also for appointment. HOSPITAL: 'TilE MOONSHINE .
396.5371 permanent home area. High, wooded WAR'Saturday NAS: 'FOOLS' Color romantic
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake SI VW SUNROOF drama starring Jason Robardsand

JOE'S HANDY MAN SERVICEThe Asbury on No. 209 La Rue 725.3992. Sedan, Blue R&H $275 Katherine Ross. GP 'G' ((93

impossible we do Immediately. ASTRO MOTORS ,June 26 mins.)

Miracles take a little longer. House OWNER MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY 6566 Normandy Blvd. HOSPITAL: 'TIlE STATUE'

painting, household repairs, minor 3 BR, 2 B, House, Fla. Rm. Cent. H & NAS: 'RAID ON ROMMEL'
appliance repairs, screens, fixtures, Air, Lg. fenced yd. with terrace. Nr. SSCHEVYDOOR6cylinder Color adventure drama starring
glass,etc. Joe Hurwitz, 264.4135 (USN School Attractive Holly Point. Orange Auto Trans. R&H Excellent Richard Burton and John Colicos.
RET.Ret.) Park, West Area. 2nd car. 388.1108.66VOLKSAGEN. Wedn"dayJune30
High $20's. App
please 264-4198. GP 'G' ((99 mins.)

HELP WANTED HOSPITAL: 'EASY RIDER'
Licensed Electrician to run 220 line for FOR SALE
air Conditioners. Call 3556348. 3 Bedroom 2 bath. LR, Separate Clean S895."CH NAS: 'HUSBANDS' Color
Dining Rm.,screen Fla. Rm, enlcosed EV.IMPALA drama John Cassavetes
starring ,
FULL TIME patio, garages fenced back year, 2 dr. HT, $795 Sunday,June 27
On NAS Jax, Janitors-Exp.4:30: p.m.. approx. Vt acre land. $17,80000 Ph. 66 DOGE CORNET'440' Ben Gazzara and Peter Falk. GP

12:30: a.m. or 8:30 am.430 p.m. Mon. after 6 p.m Jax 2467792. 2 dr. HT, $795 JOHN' Color 'E' ((139 mins.)
'BROTHER
'4 PLYMOUTH FURY CONV. NAS:
thru Fri. $1.85 an hr. Call 387-7581
after 1:30 p.m. FOR SALE AC, $495 drama starring Sidney Poitier HOSPITAL: 'FOOLS'That's
3BR, 2 Bath, House In Ortega Hills. 61 FORD FAIR LANE'SOO'
Assume 4% percent loan. 264.5578. 2 dr. HT, $295
MiSCE"NEUS.LAWNS ]. Plenty of cars from $195.to $995.

.. Financing available with little or no
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..
EDGING 4 MOWING Royce Smith Used Cars

Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We 15S7 Cassat Ave.
clean up the mess and leave It neat. 384-3658
Call Hart 771-3211 Ext. 6340. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK .;
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern 19681S'TRIHALLFiberglass /lW AGiF,1! : ,, i'' { ':4rsti'i

GEORGE'S KENNELS trailer and.Apts.; 389-3007. boat,45 HP. Electric Start. ; 'tia'r:firs: }rri:4a: !{vvais.ia:rr:} }}'r}}: +vs4:::?:41..f.yy. :;:r:!%:;{vr irrJr+?
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money on
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Bathing. Home. Bill Vernon, CPO, USN Ret.
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Wag. $795 Loaded. Tel. 284-5238
S 8. J Mobile Homes
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 after 4.30: or see N. NAS Post Office in
3708 Philips Hwy.
Edgewood Crt. 389 0064. parking lot.
398.8926TRAILER
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BE A RADIO OR FOR RENT tJ CHEVY IMPALA
TVANNOUNCERRecorded 3 Bdrm 12' wlde-60 long. $110 mo. Door Hardtop. V-8, auto. trans.,
message by leading an. Lights & water furn. Call 3875413. R&H. $520.
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. Located Moores Tra. Park. 6071 ASTRO MOTORS
355-2944. Roosevelt Blvd 6566 Normandy Blvd.

197 EL COT MOBILE HOME
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS FOR SALE
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape 2 Br, $2500 772-1884 Mock 3'71 Kawasaki,500 cc Ex. Cond.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate 3,000 miles $850. If Inter. call 387.3955
stock. Full Phone 771 4
warrantyl -0409. after p.m.
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AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 62 KARMANN GHIA

Auto AC, Room units, Central Units. Coupe, R&H. $540 \
Repairs. Reasonable. SELL ASTROMOTORS

Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. 1971 KAWASAKI 6566 Normandy Blvd. .Gtt'lO'it
388-5161 175cc,has 1,000 miles, mint condition.

4711 Palmer Lake Shore New price $679, MINIS 16' FT SAILBOAT
BIKES .
KAWASKAKI
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4 HP, 4 cycle engines, still In crates
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH new price $189, my price $169, with
Wilford's Fish Camp. 264.9707, factory warranty. CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONSDODGE 1
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BABYSITTING 125cc Lobito Trail,exc. shape, 850 ml. V.8, PS, PB, AC, Dual Speakers.
Riding Lessons $695, asking $4501970BULTACOPURSANG Trailer Hitch, Good Cond. $1100.
Horses boarded. 772- cost
8862. Call Ron Rohrer 0 0

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FOR SALE Induction WE FINANCE
Crib blue & silver has reed Right! Win Volkswagen'Bug'
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PUPPIES FOR SALE FOR SALE Westside Volkswagen during their...
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and Photos by GyS gt. G.P. Selby

Jax-During recent be assigned aboard an
months here the Marine aircraft carrier for its
Attack Squadron (VMA) annual two weeks of active
142, Marine Air Reserve, duty training which begins
has been undergoing '"
next month. ,,,,
simulated practice with carrier everything landing Each drill weekend the ,"":. ,'.'. ,.., tr.L ('::, ,:......-..-"" .
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of VMA-142 ., ,.
pilots keep upa :,:, >" ; ,.. '
but the rolling pitching : ,,
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steady pattern of the
carrier deck surroundedby ....;:
squadron's A-4 'Skyhawks' whizzes Into visual distortion as It
controlled 'Skyhawk'
swells. A BLUR AND GONE-This expertly
ocean between NAS Jax and NAS carrier deck landings for
touches down and flashes past the mirror guidance system that simulates
w VMA-142 has good Cecil Field, where the VMA-142 practice purposes.
reason to stress such practice takes place. For
.; practice because for the hours at a time, VMA-142 again in a constant flow. just 'touch-and-go'. Every smoothness of approachand
S first time in its 29-year planes circle, approach, For the pilots, these approach and landing is touchdown, and the
history, the squadron will touch down and zip off practices are more than scored. An electronic point of touch-down in
I. ..__. ,., relation to the distance
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Supply's Benjamin FranklinIs
'7.ri t1'). "

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Civilian of the MonthJax


,
.", .,;>I'J The outstanding civilianof little about everything or at least modified the mule train dollies
_._, J"it ) the month for May is Benjamin almost everything. used by Storage. I
Franklin of the Supply Depart. In Franklin's letter of "'
CONDITION'&'PRESENTATION-Louis Moore and Carl ment. nomination it states that he 4'a
Reiter
to r)of NAS Supply Department discuss their presentation (I Franklin is General Helper at performs all tasks expeditiouslyand
I Condition. 'G' Components and their management to concerning the Supply Department and must with a minimum of supervision -
from many other Supply Departments and Naval representatives Air Rework do many different kinds of jobs 'He uses initiative in
Facilities. and therefore needs to know aI determining ways and means of

Presents accomplishing assignments. He Is careful difficult not to
Supply New
I SystemRework waste materials nor to cause
undue waste or breakage by
Jax Carl Reiter and Louis ducted a presentation to Facilities of all seven overloading or improper use of a
Moore of the Control Division of representatives of the Supply Industrial Air Stations and to equipment and tools.' The letter
I
the Supply Department con Departments and Naval Air NAVSupsystem, NAVAIR continued ... 'lie performs his ..
work in a cheerful, safe and
t, w'''"' '"'I. System, PAC Lant, Aviation
Supply Office and NAESU reliable manner, often working
Philadelphia concerning the alone on more difficult jobs that
condition'G' prototype inventory ordinarily' would require two
management system.Components people.
that NARFs He lays out,paints,installs and
maintains signs he lays out and
;
cannot rework due to repair bit.
paints aisle lines and storage mot
and piece shortage are sent to the ru
locations he assembles and
;
Supply Departments until the
disassembles metal shelves he
a. W M A needed ;
parts arrive. Condition'G'
lays out and installs office
partitioning -
is the system of centralized
and installs uses
management which involves
various .
hand and tools. ----
power
segregated storage and the
Franklin received out-
marrying of the items so that an BENJAMIN FRANKLINYoudon't
NARF complete the standing annual performancerating usually find Franklin
.. may In his
resulting recommendation -
-
necessary repairs. resting. He Is May's Civilian of
and
to the
NARF'S FIRST A-7E AIRCRAFT-Lieutenant Fred Ameel', of VA. This system of organizing new approval by the Month and he received that
Incentive Awards Committee.
lie
174 (NAS Cecil Field),describes his flight testing of Bureau Number and old parts was developed by honor because of his hard and
also received
156804 to Cdr. H.C. North Jr., NARF JAX Production, Officer. Other NAS Jax personnel. The Con recently a efficient work as General Helperat
award for the
interested NARF personnel are (from left) R.R. Roenisch, aircraft dition 'G' procedure has been monetary Beneficial adoptionof which the Supply Department.
electrician (plane captain); A.W. Coldewey, quality assurance accepted by NAVAIRJAXCOM a Suggestion
specialists and R.L. Gay, airframes mechanic (plane captain.) Headquarters.MADAME .
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r'r1 SPORT SHORTS


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1 I I'k k British Crew Invites Local


+ Sports CompetitionJax


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Crewmen of the British their 'eager-for-action' boxing
aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royalare team.

anticipating some sports While the Ark Royal has no '
+ 1 1i competition with their American organized basketball golf,

counterparts during their ship's volleyball, water polo or tennis
visit to Mayport June 30 through teams, crewmen are prepared to
July 7.They. take on any challenges. -
are reported to have four
soccer teams and two rugby Make arrangements for your
t : teams they rate 'very good' and team now through Lt. (jg) John
i two good field hockey teams. Poe aboard the destroyer tender
iin Opposing players can also expect USS Yosemite at Mayport. His
some tough competition with phone number is 2465254.


f Navy, Marine


... ....._...._. -, ...--.... BowlingVP45

I EVERYTHING IN A BIG WAY-Marlnts MARTD touring Cape Kennedy Space Center find that
even the sale model of lust the ban of the Saturn V rocket and Its portable launch platform are built 37-7 .841
In a big way.Jax TheMets 27.17 .614
Bks.584 26-18 .591

Reserve Marines Tour The Sidewinders Amble Zeros Inn 26-18 26-18 25-19.568.591:.591

Auto Banns 25-19.568

Cape Kennedy Space Center The Ball Black Bearings Shoes 22-22 22-22 .500.500

Murray's Tavern' 18-26 '.409
Pirate's Tavern 16-28 .364

Jax-What could be the only program long given by the America's earliest and smallest Tooth Patchers 16-28 .364
unanimous opinion of a Marine MARTD pilots.The Marines have types. (forfeited 1)Smitty's )
Grunts .250
command after a day's tour at been flying to Cape Kennedy to As the tour progressed along 11.33
the Cape Kennedy Space Center? fire off test and functional cloud the Cape, so did the size of the Lightning Strikes 11.33 .250
'Fabulous!' probe rockets to clear the immediate rockets and space vehicles and
And, with good reason. The floor
The Marines,nearly 100-strong, vicinity of electricity their launch sites, until the
from the Marine Air Reserve which would affect pending space touring Marines reached the was a long, long way down. TO PGA JUNIOR CHAMPIONJohn -
some it was a real relief to get Pacuk, 14-year-old son of
Training Detachment here were missions. Saturn V with Appollo 15 nesltedon
guests for a day at the Space The Marines toured the Air top. their feet back on the ground Peter Pacuk of the Production
Center May 27. Force Museum at Patrick Air One Marine aptly stated his floor a few minutes later. Planning and Control Dept. at
For the Marines, it was quite a NARF, captured the Florida
NASA officials invited the Force Base, a part of Cape feeling with 'This definitely
entire detachment down as the Kennedy. There they saw rockets makes a man feel very small.' day. They had gotten a personal PGA' Junior Championship title
agency's way of saying 'thanks'for and missiles ranging back to This feeling was more impression of the size and last week at the Seven Rivers G&
the support to the space Germany's first V-l rocket to evident as the Marines were complexity of America's space CC at Crystal River. John, a Jeb
program and Cape Kennedy itself Stuart Junior High graduate and
taken the 525-foot
through It has been a topic of conversation -,. a scratch golfer at DuClay G &
Vehicle Building
Assembly ,
around MARTD's CC in Jacksonville/ in the 14-
where the Saturn V
Apollo space
WESTSIfcl vehicles are assembled. Here headquarters andflightline since. 15 year age group and the overall
the NASA tour advised According to some, Cape title by firing a final round 69
e guide Kennedy can expect a number of after an opening 73 for a 142.
those affected by vertigo not to, visitng Marine families this
1 accompany the group to the top. summer,

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Seven Represent Jax in 6ND GolfJaxSeven I


Jax Navy golfers O.E. Meyer, of AIMD and Ernest in sudden death after they tied at
will vie in the Sixth Naval Valazquez of VT-16 will be in the
District Scratch Golf Tour senior bracket. 321.There was no compeition to

'.!".' nament at Memphis, July 5-9. Bernier carded a 304 over 72 determine the senior division

Bill Bernier of NARTU Brian holes to set the pace In the entrants Kelczewski has a four
White of VW-4, Guy Durant of playoffs to determine the Jax handicap in intramuralplay;
t MATSG and Jim Heffner of Navy open division representatives Meyer an eight and Valazquez an
AIMD will be shooting in the open White and Durant had 11.
division.
312s, while Heffner joined the AMERICAN LEAGUE
Walt Kelczewski of Hospital, squad by beating John Mabanta (Effective through June 21)

Nartu 16 1
USNH 12V 4V'*
679th Loses First Game MARTD 10 6
NAMTD 10V 6V*
V P.16 9V* 6V*

Jax-NARTU handed 679th Air Force their first loss of MATSG FICEUR 6 8V* 7V*9

.. the season Thursday, 5-0, and vaulted over the airmen PO'CHOPS 3 13
into first in National Softball. Weapons 5 13
place
TOP TEAM-MATSO'i proud Nfl tarn presents tlwlr Fin Plan League Nart 1 15

Expert team trophy to Mal.| John Weare,MATSO CO. The trophy was VP-45 was idle through Tuesday but hung onto their NATIONAL LEAGUE
captured at the 'Gateway 500' Rifle matches held In Jacksonville American League lead despite a pair of wins by second VP-45 12V 3V*
recently. Members present for the presentation are (rear from left) Air Ops 13 4VW.
Hospital-13-3 over the Bees and 9-1 from NATTC. .. 14 5
SSgt. James Fisher, Capt. Bower, Parris
Sgt. Curry, (front from left) 679th 10V 6V
SSgt.James McNulty,MSgt. Pumphrey and GySgt. Floyd Aflord. The NARTU's only loss was a 1-0 affair to VW-4 early in AIMD 9V* 7V*
Marines also won the First Place Expert Team trophy the Gateway FAW-11 6 7
1700. the season. Two days before they played 679th the COMM 7 10
NARTU squad picked up a forfeit win from DispensaryAMERICAN FAETU 11.
Mar Bks 5 11
Current State LEAGUE COMFAIRJAXNFO A 12
I Fishing (Effective through June 21)) 4V* 14V'

V P.45 12 2

Licenses Go On Sale USNH Bees 14 13 4 5

VP-U 11 6

Tallahassee, Florida As a result of recent MARTD FAETU S 7 11?

fresh water fishing state' legislative action, NATTC COMFAI RJAX 6 6 11 10

licenses for 1971-72 are servicemen who are FWF 5 10 MOWSIISWUCOMIO
currently available at the residents of Florida and AIMD 1 14
NATIONAL LEAGUE p > Nautical Chart Outrfa ers *Nautical Wear _-
office of all home leave from
county judges on duty NARTU ".1 Palnt Flih Boxes oDurgee Jacket* gf
and authorized license stations in other states for 679th '.1 HardwareStetia Table Wear IVINIUCI "
FICEUR *Repair Material* eAcceuorfe t *Other Goodie*
| 5VW4
agents, the Game and up to 30 days are not .
| 5 WET 5TORAOE'MARIN[ HOISTS-HULL SIRVICE'YACHT BROKER
Fresh Water Fish Com- required to buy fishing Mar Bks. 4.7 EXPERT ENGINE tERVICC-OUTtOARD. STERN-DRIVE, INBOARD
mission has announced. licenses. AFEES 48 SEE THE NEWEST iOATI MOTORS CANOES tnt TRAILERS
MATSG .
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Commission DirectorDr. Weapons 0.11 SEGRAVES tost il MARINA

O.E. Frye said. 'The License fees are:
ROOSEVELT ILVD it ORTEGA RIVER _
new fishing license is not Resident statewide combination C" IMIAMMCMPfwn.
PM.NI
hunting and fishing $10.00 JSCoifdI
required until July; Resident statewide fishing ....3.00 '. Pl. M FrcnchlMd Marina 317 tut OPEN SUNDAYITS
however, they new license Resident statewide hunting ....7.50
Resident county hunting '. ....2.00
has been honored
by Resident hunting other than home
wildlife officers since June county I I .-. ....4.50

15. The new license will be Wildlife Wildlife management management area area stamp stamp ....5.00 NO TRICK AT ALL!

valid through June 30, (hunter under 15)) ...2.50
Hunting on licensed hunting preserve
1972. ....5.50 *
only
Sportsmen are also Statewide archery hunting permit ....5.00 ...just ask your C.O for REAL FRESH. .
...
Non-resident annual fishing .8.00
reminded that they may Non-resident annual hunting .26.50 Beautiful pudding. Ready-to-eat

purchase a combination Non-resident 10-day hunting .11.50 in 5 heavy flavors. Chocolate, Vanilla,
Non-resident 5-day fishing ...2.25
hunting and fishing license Butterscotch, Banana and Chocolate Fudge
that will be valid

throughout the 1971-72 .. What Is Happiness?
f
season, and will allow #
It's a state of mind. .
hunting and fishing os ? brought about by pleasant conditionsand I I It
statewide prospects of more to come.
Frye said 'Buying a Pilot Life can play a big part In your
; happiness, because It can Insure your securityand
license now may prevent that of your family.
embarrassment at a later

date when a sportsmanmay ...
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'. MARTD Pistol Team f.I f. Nine CompeteIn

I' _I ::1: rlP ._ Atlantic

Proves Deadly- MatchJax .1w Fleet TourneyJaxNine


'New kids on the block/ competition, but the Marines
perhaps, but the Marine Air went the whole distance 11 competitors in the
Reserve Training Detachment'sPistol matches undefeated. recent Sixth Naval District Rifle
team has proven itself the However, according to SSgt. and Pistol Championship here at
'Big Shot' here. Pace, the team's most important NAS Jax, have been selected to
In January the team was still trophy was won in the quarterly represent the district in the
only a dream for MARTD, but matches between Marine com- Atlantic Fleet Rifle and Pistol
they finally overcame the red mands in the Jacksonville area. competition at Patuxent River
tape of getting established by 'Our first match after forming tomorrow.

February and have been explained SSgt. Pace, 'was : C.D. Carter from VP-45, Lt.
conquering other teams ever against the other Marines In ,
(jg) P.S. Walkowiak from Fleet
since. February,and we won it. I guess Training Center at Mayport, and
They've proven their shooting we're like the merchant who ATI J.D. Blankenship from NAS
skills over and over again, facing
frames his first dollar bill. We've Jacksonville will be those
tough Navy teams in the NAS individually among
40 trophies *
won nearly 1sol
who will compete June 25, 28, 29
Summer Intramural Matches, and as a team, but the
and 30 in the individual and team
other Marine teams In quarterly first one is still the biggest, bothin matches.
matches, the civilian teams in size and In sentimental value,'
Eustis and Jacksonville.The he concluded. Carter was first winner in the
MARTD team membersare The MARTD team repeated Y district individual rifle match
Maj. Donald R. Stanton, history last month when they here and Blankenship placed
1 MARTD's executive officer; brought home the huge trophy fourth in the individual pistol
SSgt.James Pace, team captain; from their second quarterly match while Lt. (jg) Walkowiak
Sgt. Stephen A. Burnley and Sgt. match against other area Marine won the Grand Aggregate Award
John R. Beall. teams. That trophy has its for his combined score of 1023.HONDA .
., ...... .. .. ,
In the station's intramural rightful place of honor among the -- "'-- -"'- -
shoots, MARTD went up against team's other rewards.
some teams experienced in Some of the team's trophieswere TO THE VICTORS-Tht MARTD pistol team proudly displays Its
National Rifle Association the result of participation in trophies won in both military and civilian competition since February.The ..
pistol matches off station Police team members (I to r),Sgt. Stephen Burnley, SSgt. James Pace
Tennis Pistol Clubs in Eustis, Fla., and (team captain), Mal| Donald Stanton (detachment executive of. MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
Sign-Up in Jacksonville, as well as fleers,) and Sgt. John Beall, were the winners of the recent Summer 4949 BLANDINO BLVD.
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Now Underway Gateway Pistol Club, now know
the MARTD Marines can shoot little common sense will keep
Jax-Tennis players and mean business when they do. any sporting equipment In good -
SSgt. Pace and Sgt. Beall have shape-ice skates, hockey sticks,
interested in the Sixth
represented MARTD in the off bowling balls, and so on. For
Naval District Tennis station matches and have increased most of them need just a few
Tournament at Pen- the detachment's wipes after use to give the many I
sacola, July 12-16, shooting honor by one 1st place years of sporting fun they were FASTALONGTIME. I
VOLVOS
should contact the team trophy, and more than 25 designed for. Always keep In
individualist and 2nd place mind that proper care is just as
Athletic Director, trophies. important how you play the
Frank McCaffery, at Although they have only a five game, for again, the better care .
Ext. 3239. month history as a team, given the equipment, the longer
MARTD's shooters have becomea you'll be playing with it.(Good ISN'T THAT BADFORBUSINESS t
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