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NAS Jax wins third consecutive safety award

Photo by Aldeana Harris
Naval Safety Center Deputy Commander Col. Mark Vanous, center, pres-
ents the Chief of Naval Operations Award for Achievement in Safety
Ashore in the large non-industrial category to NAS Jax Safety Officer
Ron Williamson as NAS Jax Deputy Safety Officer Dave Colburn looks on
March 11 in Norfolk, Va.

By Kaylee LaRocque

N AS Jacksonville has
earned its third con-
secutive Chief of
Naval Operations Award for
Achievement in Safety Ashore
in the large non-industrial cat-
The award was presented
to NAS Jax Safety Officer Ron
Williamson and NAS Jax Deputy
Safety Officer Dave Colburn
by Naval Safety Center Deputy
Commander Col. Mark Vanous
March 11 in Norfolk, Va. The
award continues the station's long
history of safety excellence.
"This is a significant honor to
have won this award against the
extremely tough competition of
Other large installations," said
Scorby. "To be recognized for our

work and safety initiatives by the
Chief of Naval Operations three
years in a row is a monumental
accomplishment and representa-
tive of the hard work and commit-
ment that our Sailors, civilians
and contractors aboard the station
maintain 24/7."
"Safely accomplishing our mis-
sion is our number one priority at
NAS Jacksonville. We pride our-
selves in keeping safety at the
forefront while meeting the press-
ing and immediate demands of
the warfighter and the Navy's
enduring mission of forward pres-
ence in order to win the war on
terror," added Scorby.
"This award speaks loudly about
our capabilities to safeguard our
people and resources while main-
taining an aggressive and effec-
tive safety program. I salute and
congratulate everyone involved

with this unprecedented accom-
NAS Jax continues to ensure
safety is priority in the way the
base does business each and every
During the past five years, NAS
Jax saw a significant number of
civilian mishaps drop from 44
in fiscal year 2003 to 19 in fis-
cal year 2007. During that same
time, government motor vehicle
accidents also decreased by half.
The base was also accepted into
the federal Occupational Safety
and Health Administration
(OSHA) Voluntary Protection
Program (VPP) Challenge
Program as part of the three-step
process to VPP certification.
The VVP programs have changed
the way the safety program is

See SAFETY, Page 14

HS-5 crew rescues

civilian diver off of

east coast of Florida
By Lt. Allen Langston --

H S-5 departed Norfolk. Va. in
early March on board USS
Theodore Roosevelt in support
of fleet carrier qualifications and train-
ing wing carrier qualifications, but on
March 6, they became one man's hero.
A civilian diver diving approximately
60 miles off the east coast of Florida
became lost and unable to make it back
to his boat. He was reported as missing
after not checking in with his friends.
The U.S. Coast Guard and Navy were
immediately notified. In an effort to
expedite the search, USS Theodore
Roosevelt called upon HS-5 to assist
with the search and rescue effort.
After being notified at 5:10 p.m., the
airborne helicopter landed to take fuel
and departed the ship at 5:25 p.m. The
last known position of the diver was
approximately 40 miles away from the
ship's current location.
At 5:50 p.m., the crew comprised of
Lt. Brian Johnson, Lt. Jack Reiner,

Photo courtesy of HS-5
(From left) Lt. Brian Johnson, Lt. Jack
Reiner, AW2 Philip Corrick and AW2
Christina Gruwell of HS-5 recently rescued
a civilian diver lost at sea while deployed
on board USS Theodore Roosevelt.
AW2 Philip Corrick and AW2 Christina
Gruwell, arrived on station and began
searching. It lasted less than five min-
utes, after which time the diver was
spotted wearing a red dry suit waving
his hands.

See RESCUE, Page 14

By Lt. Allen Langston

he "Nightdippers" of HS-5 recent-
-ly returned from a short, but very
successful detachment on board
USS Theodore Roosevelt. Upon leav-
ing Norfolk, Va. in late February with
four H-60 helicopters, HS-5 immedi-
ately began operations in support of the
The first week was primarily reserved
for supporting fleet carrier qualifications
off the coast of Virginia, with the follow-
ing week set aside for training wing car-
rier qualifications (CQ's) off the coast of
During the two weeks the Nightdippers
were at sea, they experienced severe
weather on several occasions. As a result
it made for some busy times on board
the ship.
In addition to flying plane guard in

support of CQ's, HS-5 was called upon to
execute in other mission areas.
The two areas they found themselves
most involved in was search and rescue
and medical evacuations (MEDEVAC).
And, each time their number was called,
they stepped up big. In a four-day win-
dow, the Nightdippers recorded two res-
cues and one MEDEVAC.
One of the rescues was the result of a
coordinated open ocean search with the
U.S. Coast Guard and the other rescue
was the result of a man overboard.
The MEDEVAC resulted from very
rough seas that led to a tragic accident.
Lt. Cmdr. Odin Klug, Lt. Nick Kesler,
AW2 Phillip Corrick and AW3 Samuel
Willow conducted the MEDEVAC with
textbook precision in 12-foot seas and
40-knot winds.
Some HS-5 personnel were involved in

See HS-5, Page 14

Photos by MC2 Monica Nelson
MA2 Phillip Staats of the NAS Jacksonville's Security Department introduces himself at the
start of the two-day Navy Community Service Program Conference held at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club March 11-12.

Navy Region Southeast

hosts Navy Community

Service Program Conference
By MC2 Monica Nelson
CNRSE Public Affairs

Commander, Navy Installations
Command (CNIC) and Commander,
Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE)
hosted the first Navy Community Service
Program Conference at NAS Jacksonville
March 11-12. Program service coordina-
tors from throughout the region attended
the two-day conference which included a
community service project.
"Everyone is enjoying it. A lot of them
are new to their positions and are bringing
a lot of enthusiasm," said CNRSE's Navy
Community Service Program Manager
Dianne Parker.
"The reason we sponsored the conference
is because within the last year the communi-
ty service program manual and instructions
have been updated. CNIC felt that it was
important to get out in the field and train
the volunteer coordinators on their role."
"Risk management has always been an
issue," added Parker. "We wanted to make
sure the volunteer coordinators and the
command understand the program and
are sensitive to liability issues. We've had
some excellent speakers."
"I've learned some tips and strate-

Navy Community Service Program coordina-
tors from the Southeast Region pack boxes of
books at the Teacher Supply Depot in down-
town Jacksonville March 12. The books will
be recycled, and the proceeds generated will
support the cost of moving the depot to a
new building.
gies on how to motivate and stimulate
my volunteers to be a little more proac-
tive," said PC2 Sharee McClain, commu-
nity outreach manager for NAS Pensacola.


HS-5 returns from successful detachment

on board USS Theodore Roosevelt

HINVolunteers needed
Volunteers are needed for this year's third annual Capt. Chuck Cornett Navy Run April 5. There are numerous opportunities available. For more informa-
SM AM tion, call Tim McKinney at 542-3239.


2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 20, 2008

Looking back in time...

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Hey MonevMan!
Last night, my husband
and I had an appointment
with an investment sales-
man and he told us that we
needed extra life insurance
on our 4-year-old son.
I know that we already
have $10,000 in coverage
for him and I don't know
why we would need more.
This representative told us
that we would need it in
case our son got sick and
could not be insured.
What do you think?
Should we have extra insur-
ance on our children?
MoneyMan Sez:
Probably not. In fact,
financial advisor Dave
Ramsey says absolutely
not. According to a recent
article he stated, "I think
it is a total waste of money
and a scam. You shouldn't
buy it."
He went on to note that
life insurance is a lousy
investment. The book,

IA luncheon

Personal Finance for
Dummies, suggests that
you buy term insurance
during your working years
and depend on the growth
of your investments to cover
your retirement years.
Military members are
offered a lot of term insur-
ance for the service mem-
ber, the spouse and all
children at very low rates.
For most of us this is all
the insurance we will ever
As a military family, you
are afforded term insur-
ance for your life insurance
needs and a Thrift Savings
Plan for your investments.
Take advantage of them!
These are two great options
which will meet the needs
of most military members.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.

set for April

N AS Jacksonville and the Northeast Florida Navy
League Councils will host a special luncheon April
23 at 11:30 a.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club.for
all NAS Jax Sailors who have deployed on an IA tour.
The uniform will be service khaki for E-7 and above and
uniform of the day for E-6 and below. Civilian attire is
business casual.
There is no cost for our IA's and their spouse. The cost
for other military and civilian guests is $10.
Base commands and departments are asked to provide
a list of attendees to Michael Brazier of the Fleet and
Family Support Center at michael.brazier@navy.mil by
March 28. Please include rate/rank (warfare pin if appli-
cable) and full name of IA's and their spouse for plaque
and certificate information. Please also include names of
any military and civilian guests attending.
For more information, call 542-2766 Ext. 142 or 144.

Did you know...

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ing clients solve their emergency needs, you can
enhance your job skills and knowledge of oral and writ-
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lic speaking, computer software programs, training, per-
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You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Sunday:

Sunday 8:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
Protestant Sunday School program is at
9:45-10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45
a.m.-12:15 p.m.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer.................. Capt. Jack Scorby Jr.
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer..........................Capt. Steve Holmes
Command Master Chief.............................CMDCM(SW/SS) Jeff Hudson
Public Affairs Officer................... ........... Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer..................................... Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor.......................................................................... Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor........................................ QM2 Nicole Beatty
Design/Layout ................................................................George Atchley
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File photo
Female employees in the post office sort Christmas mail in 1943.



Job title/command:
NAS Jax Quarterdeck

Hometown: Palm Bay,

Favorite duty station/
Why? NAS Jacksonville

Last book read: Harry Potter

Favorite pastime: Swimming

Most interesting experience: Flight

Who are your heroes? My mom.

....... .. .

Job title/command:
Executive Assistant

Hometown: Long Island,

Favorite duty station/
Why? NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
because of the nice climate, scuba diving and snor-

Last book read: Shoulda,Coulda, Woulda

Favorite pastime: Reading books.

Most Interesting Experience: Scuba div-
ing in Cuba.

Who are your heroes? Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr. and Oprah Winfrey





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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 20, 2008

McCormick to relieve Taylor as CMO-11 's CO

From CMO-I11
Cmdr. Patrick McCormick will
relieve Capt. Leland Taylor as he
assumes command of Consolidated
Maintenance Organization Eleven (CMO-
11) today at 10 a.m.
Rear Adm. Brian Prindle, com-
mander, Patrol and Reconnaissance
Group, will be the guest speaker.
McCormick hails from Vero Beach, Fla.
and began his naval career in 1987 as a
seaman recruit.
Upon completion of basic training and
the BOOST Officer Training program at
Recruit Training Command San Diego, he
attended Jacksonville University. In 1992,
he graduated with a Bachelor of Science
in Geography and was commissioned an
ensign through the NROTC program.
McCormick completed naval flight officer
training in 1993 and reported to the "Red
Lancers" of VP-10 in Brunswick, Maine.
While attached to VP-10, he completed
three deployments to Sigonella, Italy,
Iceland, Panama and Puerto Rico, flying
missions in support of Operations Sharp
Guard, Deny Flight and Laser Strike.
He served as logs/records officer, tactical
publications librarian, avionics branch offi-
cer, readiness officer and AV/ARM division
officer. He qualified as P-3C UDIII tacti-
cal coordinator, mission commander and
instructor tactical coordinator.
In 1998, McCormick reported as an fleet
replacement squadron instructor at VP-30

serving as assistant student control officer,
fleet instructor under training instructor,
and naval flight officer training officer.
While at VP-30, he earned a Masters of
Business Administration degree from the
University of Florida.
In March 2001, he reported on board USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67) as a catapult and
arresting gear officer. He deployed to the

North Arabian Sea in support of Operation
Enduring Freedom.
SHe also served as V-4 and V-2 division
officer and qualified as helicopter control
officer and assistant air officer.
Following refresher training at VP-30 in
August 2003, McCormick reported to the
"Golden Swordsmen" of VP-47 at Kaneohe
Bay, Hawaii as the administrative officer.

He deployed to Diego Garcia, Bahrain,
Djibouti and Afghanistan in support of
Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring
Freedom. He finished this tour as the
squadron's operations officer.
In February 2006, McCormick reported to
the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations,
Air Warfare Directorate as the deputy P-
3/P-8 requirements officer and also served
as the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance
Unmanned Aircraft System Requirements
He is married to the former Jennifer
Garrison of Neptune Beach, Fla. They have
a daughter, Madelyn and two sons, Patrick
and Thomas.
Taylor served as the first commanding
officer of CMO-11 where he combined the
maintenance departments and aircraft
from three active duty VP squadrons and
one reserve squadron into a single com-
mand that consisted of more than 700
maintenance personnel and 24 P-3C air-
craft. Taylor's next assignment will be com-
manding officer of NS Ingleside, Texas.
CMO-11 is one of the Navy's newest com-
mands, established Oct. 1, 2006. CMO-
11 is responsible for all of the organiza-
tional level maintenance for the P-3C
aircraft assigned to Commander, Patrol
and Reconnaissance Wing Eleven while at
home in Jacksonville or deployed.
At present, CMO-11 supports the opera-
tional and readiness requirements for one
Reserve and three active duty squadrons.

Navy to hold multi-mission maritime aircraft public hearings

From Commander, U.S. Fleet
Forces Command
The Department of the Navy has
prepared a Draft Environmental
Impact Statement (DEIS) to assess
the potential environmental consequenc-
es of the introduction of the P-8A Multi-
Mission Maritime Aircraft (MMA) to the
U.S. Navy fleet.
The DEIS reviewed and assessed six bas-
ing options developed out of the need to
replace the retiring P-3C aircraft with the
P-8A MMA at existing maritime patrol
home bases. The Navy evaluated a range
of alternatives based upon the number of
squadrons to be based at each site, place-
ment of the fleet replacement squadron
(FRS) and the number of main operat-
ing bases. The DEIS evaluated potential
environmental consequences to resources
such as air quality, archeologicallcultural

resources, coastal considerations, noise,
socioeconomics, threatened and endan-
gered species, traffic, water quality and
The Navy will host a public hearing
in Jacksonville 4pril 9 at the Howard
Johnson Inn, Cla /Duval Room, 150 Park
Avenue, Orange Park to provide informa-
tion about the DEIS and to obtain public
comment on the document.
The public hearing will be preceded by
an open information session to allow inter-
ested individuals to review information
presented in the DEIS. Navy representa-
tives will be available during the infor-
mation session to provide clarification as
necessary related to the DEIS. The infor-
mation session will occur from 4:30-6:30
p.m., followed by the formal public hearing
from 7- 9 p.m.
Those wishing to speak at the public
hearing should arrive early to sign up.

Speakers will be heard on a first come first
served basis.
There are five ways for interested mem-
bers of the public to comment on the DEIS:
1) Fill out a comment sheet and drop it
in the comment box at one of the below
2) Provide verbal comments as part of
the hearing and the stenographer will
record statement.
3) Submit comments through the mail by
sending to:
Commander, Naval Facilities Engineering
Command, Atlantic Attn: MMA PM
6506 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk, VA
4) Visit the project Web site at www.

Jacksonville FL- Just a little more than three
years after opening the first Auction Direct
USA location in Victor NY, it's owner have
seen the business's new and unique car buying
experience catch on big with buyers of used cars,
trucks, minivans, and SUVs in the Jacksonville
market. The third location recently launched in
Jacksonville with a grand opening event that has
attracted hundreds of customers in the first few

"A lot of people use the phrase 'a new way to buy
a used car' but with our business this is really the
truth", says founder and president John Iannone.
"There is no one that we know of doing what we
do and making such significant savings available
to the general public" adds general manager Tom
Grimm. Grimm is a twenty five year veteran of
the Florida automotive industry.

Auction Direct USA buyers start at dozens of
wholesale dealer auctions around the country
where they hand pick only the best vehicles at
substantial discounts. Then after an Auction
Direct USA certified inspection and dean CarFax
report, Auction Direct sells their cars for just $399
over the auction reserve price. The used vehicle
superstore for the Jacksonville area is a 37,000
square foot building located at 6400 Blanding
Boulevard just north of 1295.

Said lannone; "As word spreads about how
much money people can save with us, our
business keeps growing and growing. We offer
the best of both worlds so to speak, with our
'lowest in market' pricing policy and then a no
risk 3 day/500 mile money back guarantee if you
are not satisfied with your purchase". Iannone
and the other partners in Auction Direct USA
promised to revolutionize the used car business
in Jacksonville and across the US. Additional
locations in the southeast are scheduled to open
in late 2008 and early 2009. They have established
a buying group consisting of two dozen large
national auction houses. Only the best vehicles

MMAEIS.com for further information or to
provide written comments.
5) Provide written comments via Fax at
(757) 322-4894.
All comments must be postmarked (if
mailed) or received no later than April
25 in order to be considered in the final
Environmental Impact Statement.
The DEIS has been distributed to vari-
ous federal, state, and local agencies, as
well as other interested individuals and
In addition, copies of the DEIS have:
been distributed to the Charles Webb
Wesconnett Regional Branch Jacksonville
Public Library located at 6887 103rd.
Street, Jacksonville.

are selected to be sold daily at Auction Direct
USA. Consumers can view, test drive and even
purchase the various vehicles at the Jacksonville
location before they are auctioned. "We have a
great facility wethre the public can come and see
the cars and test drive them, but for some, buying
online is the fastest and most cost effective way",
says lannone. "We offer both methods and have
really developed the online side of the business".
"These are all top shelf, prime vehicles available
through our facility" adds Grimm.

"They are on a first come first serve basis and
consumers can purchase them before we make
them available to be auctioned. We are committed
to pricing that is typically $2,000 to $5,000 LESS
than traditional retailers". In addition Auction
Direct USA allows consumers to trade in their
existing vehicles toward their auction purchases.
Auction Direct USA also has a full array of
financing options and extended warranties
available to all consumers.
"The time has come to break with traditional
car buying routines" says lannone. "We give
the public access to wholesale auction buying
methods. Just in the same way that the deep
discount retailers have revolutionized the
way consumers can purchase its day to day
essential products, we do the same with vehicle

Auction Direct USA has a large selection of
quality pre-owned vehicles available including
up to 2008 models. Grimm points to an example
of a 2008 Chevrolet Impala LT, "MSRP of this
vehicle is $23,100 and you can buy it now for
just $16,186, a savings of $7,000". The entire
inventory of vehicles can be searched at its
website, auctiondirect.com. Consumers wishing
to learn more about Auction Direct USA can go
call 1-800-399-1925. Auction Direct USA
Used Vehicle Superstore 6400 Blanding
Boulevard Jacksonville, Florida 32244.
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EOD trains with HS-7

Photo by MC3 Ricardo Reyes
EOD1 Ronald McCalicher, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Mobile
Unit 6, is hoisted from the water by AW2 Brenton Graham, assigned to the "Dusty
Dogs" of HS-7, after placing an explosive charge on a simulated mine during a
training exercise Feb. 25. HS-7 is embarked aboard the aircraft carrier USS Harry S.
Truman and is on a scheduled deployment in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom,
Enduring Freedom and maritime security operations.


NMC health




as top-100


Nick De La Cruz
Navy Medicine Support Command
Jax Public Affairs

A health systems spe-
cialist with Navy
-M medicine Support
Command (NMSC) was one
of the top 100 engineers
from the U.S. and India
invited to attend the 2008
Indo-American Frontiers
of Engineering Symposium
held in Irvine, Calif., Feb.
28 March 1.
Dr. Michael Washington,
the team leader for the
Forecasting, Modeling
and Analysis Team under
Human Resource Analysis,
Execution and Education
at NMSC, was invited to
attend the symposium
of leading engineers from
India and the United
States. This is the second
such symposium, and the
first time Washington was
invited to attend.
"It was an honor to be
selected because they only
invite the top 100 engineers
between the ages of 30-45
from the U.S. and India,"
said Washington, who
earned his PhD and Master
of Science in Industrial
Engineering from the
University of South Florida
in Tampa and his Bachelor
of Science in Industrial and
Systems Engineering from
the University of Florida.
The symposium was
sponsored by the Indo-
U.S. Science & Technology
Forum (IUSSTF).
Participation in the sympo-
sium is by invitation only.
And, even that is only after
a competitive nomination
and selection process.
"To put this into perspec-
tive, about 70,000 students
graduate with an under-
graduate degree in engi-
neering every year in the
U.S. Over 16 years that
equates to more than 1 mil-
lion possible candidates in
the U.S. alone who could
participate," explained
Washington. "The top 100
engineers represent less
than 0.009 percent of eli-
gible engineers."
Students in India gradu-
ate with an undergraduate
degree in engineering at a
rate of 350,000 per year.
Including the over 1 million
from the U.S., the top 100
engineers in India and U.S.
represent less than 0.001
"I do feel honored, and

Photo courtesy of Dr. Michael Washington.
Dr. Michael Washington, a health systems specialist and
team leader for the Forecasting, Modeling and Analysis Team
under Human Resource Analysis, Execution and Education at
Navy Medicine Support Command, attended the 2008 Indo-
American Frontiers of Engineering Symposium. Washington,
who has a PhD in industrial engineering, was invited to attend
this prestigious engineering symposium because of his contri-
butions in the field of engineering.

yes, I have accomplished a
lot. I am young and I have
a lot more work to do and
things to accomplish," said
"However, I mainly feel
vindicated because during
my college years, I was told
that using my engineering
skills in healthcare was a
wasted effort. To be select-
ed as one of the top young
engineers in India and
the U.S. by the National
Academy of Engineering
(NAE) a world-renowned
organization is justifica-
tion that I made a great
The NAE is a private
organization established in
1964 under the congressio-
nal charter originally grant-
ed to the National Academy
of Sciences. Its mission is
to promote the technologi-
cal welfare of the nation by
marshaling the knowledge
and insights of eminent
members of the engineering
"I have no idea who nom-
inated me, or the specific
criteria used for the final
selection," admitted Dr.
Washington. "But, I have
done some outstanding
work and have been rec-
ognized in the past for my
The purpose of the sym-
posium is to discuss pio-
neering technical work
and leading-edge research
in various engineering
fields and industry sectors,
according to Washington.
"The program provides an
opportunity for top-notch
engineers, early in their
careers, to learn about cut-
ting-edge developments in
fields other than their own,"
said Washington.
Through its formal and
informal sessions, the. sym-
posium has succeeded in
establishing a cross-dis-
ciplinary and cross-sector
of contacts among the two
countries' future engineer-
ing leaders.
The IUSSTF was estab-
lished March 21, 2000,
under an intergovernmen-

tal agreement. It is an
autonomous, non-profit
society that promotes and
catalyzes U.S:-India bilat-
eral collaborations in sci-
ence, technology, engineer-
ing and biomedical research
through substantive inter-
actions among scientists
in academia, industry and
The forum supports
shared partnerships that
encourage long-term bonds
between scientific enter-
prises in India and the
U.S. And, an invitation
to attend this forum is in,
and of itself, recognition by
the NAE of an individual's
accomplishments in engi-
"While I worked for the
Centers for Disease Control.
and Prevention (CDC),
I helped lead the way in
using industrial and sys-
tems engineering tools to
improve public health
processes and decisions,"
Washington said.
"For example, I devel-
oped the simulation model
behind Maxi-Vac a free
software program to aid
state and local public health
officials plan, prepare and
practice for a mass small-
pox vaccination."
Washington, along with
his fellow colleagues, also
developed a forecasting
model to estimate pub-
lic vaccine expenses. That
model was one factor that
helped increase the CDC
vaccine budget from $1.05
billion to $1.63 billion a
55 percent increase and 20
percent of the CDC's 2005
"Although there have
been engineers in the
health and public health
organizations, I think what
separates me from the oth-
ers is the scope of my work,
the dedication I have to
improving the health for
unfortunate individuals,
and the major contributions
and sacrifices I have made
to improve our health and
public health systems," said

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april is Child Abuse
Awareness Month
and The Month of
the Military Child. It is a
time to honor our children
and to support their par-
This year's theme is
"Building Successful
Families." In keeping with
this theme the Fleet and
Family Support Center
(FFSC), assisted by the
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department, is
hosting one of the nation's
premier experts on helping
parents motivate their chil-
dren to want to succeed.
Kevin McMahon has been
seen on the FOX News
Channel and has visited
military bases across the
nation,speaking, playing
and teaching the fun fam-
ily success game he created
called, "That's the Ticket."
McMahon-will visit NAS
Jax April 3 to kick off a
pilot program that is aimed
at helping service members
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a workshop for parent's
where McMahon will teach
them how to use the game,
followed by a Family Fun
Night with a pizza dinner.
This is where parents will
get to play the game with
their children and quickly
see their kids getting excit-
ed about exceeding their
parent's expectations at
school and at home. The
game will be given to the
participants free of charge
and signed by its inventor.
This way it can be used at
home over and over.
The FFSC is are looking
for 50 active duty fami-i
lies who have at least one

child between the ages of 5
and 16, who enjoy playing
games, love to laugh togeth-
er and will eat pizza. There
will be prizes to win includ-
ing Disney tickets.
McMahon believes in the
strength of the family unit
and affirms that, "Your
kids are more powerful and
capable than you could ever
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For more information
about this program and
how to sign up, call Carol
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or Megan Elliot at 778-

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very susceptible to flooding. With funding from CNRSE and the recent demolition of
Building 1, the'new facility will move into a new 2,000-square-foot facility on higher
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An S-3B Viking assigned
to the "Topcats" of VS-31
prepares to make an arrested
landing on the flight deck
of the nuclear-powered
aircraft carrier
USS John C. Stennis
(CVN 74).


By Lt. Stan Hanley

Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
VS-31 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Muhammad Khan address-
es his troops during a final command quarters at the squadron
March 13.

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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
VS-31 Commanding Officer Capt. Muhammad Khan con-
gratulates ADAN Rabwdra Persaud on earning a Letter of
Commendation during the squadron's last command quarters
March 13.

After more than 60 years of dedicated service, the
"Topcats" of VS-31will disestablish March 27. VS-
31 was originally designated Scouting Squadron
31 and based at NAS Squantum, Mass. The squadron
flew the Douglass SBD-5 Dauntless and the Curtiss
SB2C-4E Helldiver from 1942 until the end of World War
II in 1945 when they were disestablished.
In April 1948, the squadron was reestablished
as Composite Squadron 31 at NAS Atlantic City, N.J.
Shortly thereafter, they were re-designated VS-31 and
moved to NAS Quonset Point, R.I. In the early years,
the Topcats flew the TBM Avenger and AF Guardian. In
1954, they began flying the S-2 Tracker which was the
first anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft possessing
both search and attack capabilities.
The Topcats have a long history of operations in times of
conflict. In 1956, they supported Commander, Sixth Fleet
while on board USS Antietam during the Suez Crisis. In
1958, during the Lebanon Crisis and again in 1962 during
the Berlin Crisis, they provided critical anti-submarine
support. Beyond combat operations, they provided recov-
ery surveillance for.the Project-Mercury space shot and
recovery of the Gemini IV Spacecraft in 1965.
.In 1973, the Topcats left Rhode Island for a new home at
NAS Cecil Field. Soon after, in 1977, the squadron transi-
tioned to the S-3A Viking. They deployed on aircraft car-
riers including USS Independence and later the nuclear
powered USS Dwight D. Eisenhower. Following a deploy-
ment in 1988, they transitioned to their final aircraft, the
S-3B, which came with improved sensors and weapons
capabilities. In 1990, VS-31 was the first squadron to
deploy with the upgraded Viking and utilized its aircraft
to provide support to Operation Desert Shield. In late
1997, they left Cecil Field and came to their final home
here at NAS Jacksonville.
Most recently, the Topcats deployed in 2007 on board
USS John C. Stennis. Utilizing a modification which
incorporated the F-14 Tomcat Low Altitude Navigation
Tactical Infrared for Night Targeting System, they pro-
vided real time "eye in the sky" support to coalition forces
in the Iraqi city of Basra. This advanced capability com-
bined with critical air wing tanking support are two
aspects of the modern S-3B that will be missed by carrier
strike group commanders.
Since its return in September 2007, the squadron has
been preparing for disestablishment by ensuring that
the Sailors and aircrew have the opportunity for viable
careers and are prepared to meet the challenges of a new
community. That does not mean that anyone is eager to
leave the Hoover (so nicknamed for its distinctive vacuum
cleaner like roar) behind. "The S-3 is a versatile and
highly capable aircraft. I will miss the great flying and
fantastic spirit of the Viking community," remarked VS-31
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Muhammad Khan.
Over the past few months, the squadron has taken all
but one of its jets to Davis Mothan Air Force Base, where
they will be maintained as war reserve aircraft. As VS-
31 enters its twilight, so does the era of carrier aircraft
designed specifically for ASW. The S-3's roles have been
assumed by a combination of SH-60 helicopters and F/A-
18 Super Hornets. At the disestablishment ceremony
on March 27,-many fond memories of the Topcats will be
shared and an impressive history stretching to World War
II will be celebrated.

Photo by MCSN Josue Escobosa
AN Jason Cotenese cleans an S-3B Viking assigned to the
"Topcats" of VS-31 in the hangar bay aboard the Nimitz-class
aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) during the
squadron's last deployment.

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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque

. ;
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Lt. Eric Sorensen of VS-31 reenlists AT2(AW) Jonathan Skipper,
center, and AT3(AW) Adam White during the last command
quarters in the squadron's hangar March 13.

Photo courtesy ofVS-31
Lt. Michael Escobar of VS-31 flies in one of the squadron's S-
3B Viking aircraft while on deployment.

JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 20, 2008 7

Members of the VS-31 "Topcats" gather for a group photo while on deployment on board USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74).

Photo courtesy of VS-31

VS-31 maintainers work in the rain on board USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74).

Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
AD3(AW) jacen Cutenese of VS-31 puts a protective cover on
their last aircraft in the squadron's hangar.

Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
AD3 Alexis Morales moves some turning screens in the VS-31
hangar March 13.

Photo by MC3 Ron Reeves
An S-3B Viking from the "Topcats" of VS-31 lands on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS John C.
Stennis (CVN 74).

8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 20, 2008

Photos by QM2 Nicole Beatty
From left, AW2 Chad Obermeyer, AW2 Cory Lawrence, AW2 Brett Collins, AW2 David Daniel
and GM1 Jeremy Downie of the Rescue Swimmer School perform some calisthenics during
their daily CrossFit program.


A new revolution in fitness
By SKI (AW) Chris Russell
Rescue Swimmer School

(( tandby!" One
individual stands
Before a group of
others with his stopwatch
in one hand and finger
poised to hit the start but-
The others stand around
as if they were preparing to
begin a game, jumping up
and down, loosening up and
"3 . 2. . 1... Go!" He
yells, as he starts the time,
and carefully watches the
others' form and technique
for proper range of motion
and safety. Backs and arms
flex, as heads bob rhyth-
mically up and down over
the bars like pistons on an
They do five pull-ups,
then immediately with no
rest, drop and do 10 push-
ups. Then it's quickly on
to 15 squats. This round of
five, 10, 15 is repeated. ..
over and over and over for
20 minutes straight. They
rest, but only briefly, for
they know their time does
not stop . the clock con-
tinues to run.
Sweat beads start to
trickle and run down fore-
heads. Faces begin to
turn red. Heavy pants of
breathing and gasps for air
can be heard. It's as if they
just sprinted a mile...and
it's only been four minutes
into the ordeal. They keep
track of how many rounds
they performed during that
timeframe for their score.
Welcome to CrossFit the
new revolution in fitness.
CrossFit's recipe consists
of mixing different exer-
cises and blending them in
varied numbers, then per-
forming them as intense as
possible. Its ingredients
include bodyweight calis-
thenics, powerlifting and
Olympic lifts coupled with
running and climbing. The
key is to keep it random,
challenging and intense.
Beginners need to approach
their first undertaking cau-
tiously to prevent injury.
CrossFit is being used by
elite special operation units
in the military and law
enforcement communities
as well as professional ath-

(From left) AW2 David Daniel, AW2 Brett Collins, AW2 Chad
Obermeyer and GM1 Jeremy Downie of the Rescue Swimmer
School perform some pull-ups as part of their CrossFit pro-

letes and martial artists.
Surprisingly enough, it has
caught on with everyday
people regardless of age,
gender and levels of fitness.
It's a program anyone can
do, because the intensity of
the workouts are tailored
for each person's skills.
Participants might find
themselves running, jump-
ing, climbing, ,throwing
objects, catching them or
even flipping tires.
Machines' are not uti-
lized due to the fact that it
doesn't involve moving the
entire body. Free-weights,
climbing rope, gymnast
rings and a demonic device
called a kettlebell (it resem-
bles a bowling ball with a
handle) are also standard
Participants say CrossFit
offers an unlimited vari-
ety of workouts and vari-
ous types of equipment that
can't be found at other gyms
and facilities. Everyone
does the same workout of
the day. Each workout has
a name (the one described
earlier is called "Cindy").
One can either choose the
workout listed at www.
crossfit.com or you can cre-
ate your own.
The original CrossFit is
based in Santa Cruz, Calif.
and is completely open-
source information. If you
don't understand a certain
movement or exercise, just
click on the appropriate link
to watch a demo, all free of
charge without divulging
any personal information.
"With CrossFit, one is
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posting faster times," said
AW2 (AW/NAC) David
Daniel, a staff instructor
at Rescue Swimmer School
and CrossFit convert. "I
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AW2(AW/NAC) -Cory
Lawrence has noticed
increased gains in her
strength and overall fitness
since starting CrossFit.
"I'm able to do more push-
ups and pull-ups than I
ever did and it's definite-
ly helped during my SFT
and PRT," she said. "I'm a
Its simplicity and effec-
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most. The competition fac-
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is what drives and moti-
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out their best times and
effort. Not only does one
try for their best personal
times, but they are want-
ing to beat the person next
to them and win with the
fastest overall time or score
as well.
For more information
on the CrossFit Program,
email at chris@cfjax.com.

Air demo

Photo by MCSN Roderick Barclay
An S3 B Viking attached to the "Checkmates" of VS-22, refuels an EA-6B Prowler
attached to the "Scorpions" of VAQ-132 during a practice air power demo on board
the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) March 3. The car-
rier is undergoing carrier qualifications and flight deck certification in preparation for
its homeport change to Yokosuka, Japan. It will relieve USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) as the
Navy's only forward deployed aircraft carrier.

Donations from America help Iraqi families
From the Multi-National
Force-Iraq Press Desk

Family readiness
groups and church-
es in the U.S. have
organized to donate useful
supplies and children's toys
for the '1,900 Iraqi fami-
lies who visit Camp Bucca
every week.
"When we go to family
visitation, we are remind-
ed of the human element
of the mission before us in
Bucca," said Navy Chaplain
(Lt.) Paul Hyder of the
Naval Provisional Detainee
Battalion IV. "This is not
a battle of 'us versus them,'
but a battle for the good of
human beings caught in a
Hyder and SN Brandon
Newsom, a Navy religious
program specialist, visit
on Friday, the holy day
in Islam, where they hand
out candy, toys, clothes and
school supplies.
"Everyone's favorite is
soccer balls," said Hyder.
Air Force Chaplain
(Capt.) Frank Harris, 586th
Expeditionary Security
Forces Squadron, regularly
hands out treats to Iraqi
children at Camp Bucca's
newly expanded visitation
"We feel like 'ambassa-
dors' presenting a message
of goodwill through treats,"
said Harris. "The biggest
reward is seeing the smiles
on the children's faces."
The chaplains get most
of their donations from vol-
unteers and churches in
their home communities, as
well as organizations like
"Adopt-A-Chaplain," Hyder
Adopt-A-Chaplain is an
organization dedicated to
supporting the troops by
sending care packages to
chaplains serving in the
Middle East, according
to the organization's Web


Photo by Chaplain Lt. Paul Hyder
Lt. j.g. Kristen Wheeler and other personnel assigned to the
384th MP Battalion deliver clothes to Iraqi citizens at the
Camp Bucca Visitation and Reception Center Feb. 10. Camp
Bucca provides for the care and custody of detainees deter-
mined to be a threat to Iraq's security. The detainees receive
as many as 1,900 visitors each week, and various American
citizens and organizations have been sending donations to
improve the quality of life for Iraqis.

Soldiers from the 384th
Military Police Battalion,
the 145 Field Artillery
Battalion, and the 300th
MP Brigade also deliver
donations from Americans
to the Iraqi visitors.
The 300th MP Brigade
Headquarters Company
meets at the Visitation and
Reception Center every
The brigade's chaplain,
Col. Raymond Bucon, is
the pastor of St. Sabina
Catholic Church in
Dearborn Heights, Mich.
His parish has donated
stuffed animals, candy,
sewing material, and com-
fort items.
The 300th's family readi-
ness group's Kristy Midora,
wife of Maj. Troy Midora,
brigade detention opera-
tions officer, has built up
an entire charitable organi-
zation named "Just4Kids."
"I just reached out by

word of mouth," said,
Midora recruited her
mother, Mary DelPup, who
is a religious education:
director in the Archdiocese
of Detroit. "At the time,
Lent was approaching,
and she had been looking:
for a project for the whole:
church," Midora said. "We'
teach the parish children,
about helping others first,o
in a different way 'than the
usual giving up candy," she:
explained. "It's an impor-.
tant life lesson for our chil-
dren, and the Iraqi children:
will reap the benefits ..."
Midora hopes that fami-.
lies will see the effort as a-
way for American children'
to help the children of Iraq.
"It promotes goodwill, and,
with any luck, can make:
a difference in the, next:
generation; in terms of the,
rebuilding effort and per-:
ception of American sup-:
port," she said.

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L TT. sponsors annual travel fair

By Kaylee LaRocque

The 18th annual

Information, Tickets
and Travel Fair was
held Saturday as hundreds
of visitors to the Navy
Exchange complex stopped
in to check out what was
being offered at this year's
They found a variety of
booths manned by repre-
sentatives from area hotels,
attractions and base rec-
reational departments all
offering information and
military discounts on their
establishments. VyStar
Credit Union was the offi-
cial sponsor of the event.
"We are 'out here today
because it gives out
patrons, the military com-
munity, an opportunity to
visit with our vendors and
to learn about the tickets
and hotel vouchers that we
offer through I.T.T.," said
I.T.T. Manager Genevieve
"It's a great event because
we offer discounts and spe-
cials that they may not be
able to get out in the com-
munity. Plus, the fee that
we charge for all our events
is a flat rate, there are no
taxes or other charges like
when you purchase on the
Internet or through other
companies," she added.
"We have vendors here
from area attractions such
as Disney World, Universal
Studios, Sea World, Busch
Gardens, Kennedy Space
Center, several -dinner
shows, Florida State Parks
and numerous hotels," con-
tinued Bustos.
"We just stopped here
by chance. We just got sta-
tioned here so the travel
fair was very helpful. I had
no idea there were this
many cool things to do in
the area,". said FC1(SW)

Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
ATCS(AW) John Carter of VS-32 and his sons, Brandon (center) and Jacob talk to some of the
vendors at this year's I.T.T. Travel Fair at the NAS Jax Navy Exchange courtyard Saturday.

Bert Wall, who is stationed
on board USS Farragut -at
NS Mayport.
"We picked up a lot of
good information. We
are interested in going to
Medieval Times and the
Daytona Raceway so we
just stopped at their booths
and got some details on
the attractions," added
ATCS(AW) John Carter of
Several door prizes were
given out during the event.
As visitors, checked out the
various booths, they got a
special passport stamped.
After getting 15 stamps,
they were eligible to win an
assortment of prizes donat-
ed by the vendors.
If you missed this year's
travel fair, next year's event
is already in the planning
"This event takes a lot
of planning and team-
work between the differ-
ent Morale, Welfare and
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NAS Jacksonville .

For more information call 542-3493.

Active duty free bowling
11 a.m.- 1 p.m.
Dollar Night
6-10 p.m.

Extreme Bowling
9 p.m. midnight
$10 per person, includes shoe rental
Reservations are accepted!

Family Day Special
$1 Games
11 a.m. 5 p.m.

Call 542-3521 for more information.

Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday, 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!

Trivia Night
Budweiser Brew House
Every Tuesday
7:30 p.m.

Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday and Friday
7:30 p.m. until close

For more information on aquatics call 542-2930.

Aqua Aerobics
SMonday, Wednesday & Friday
11 a.m. noon

Third annual Capt. Chuck Cornett Navy Run
April 5
$10 military, $20 authorized base personnel and guests,
$25 race day for all runners.
Register at the fitness center or base gym.

Learn to Swim
Indoor Pool
Session II April 6, 13, 20 and 27
S$30 military/$35 Department of Defense

S.: 300 Reps Challenge ,
March 27, 8 a.m. 7 p.m. ,
Fitness Source

For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.

Funk Fest
April 5 at 5 p.m.
Metropolitan Park
$27 per person

Irish Fest
April 25, 26
JAX Fairgrounds

SSteve Harvey "Still Trippin Tour"
May 10 at 8 p.m.
$56.25 per person
Jacksonville Arena

June 28 at 7 p.m.
$53.50 per person
Times Union Moran

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 single
or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the Liberty
Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.

Great Atlantic Seafood Festival
Jacksonville Beach

Last Buck BBQ
March 28, 5 p.m.
Free hamburgers and hotdogs!

Mall & Movie Trip
March 29
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater

Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Kingdom (R)

535 Mclntosh Avenue Orange Park, FL 32073
Phone number 904-278-7037 Websie http://saintjamesame.org
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Worship Services & Meeting Schedule
Moving Worship Service Need prayer call the church
EVERY SUNDAY AT 9:30AM at anytime 278-7037
New Member Orientation AND PRE-MARITAL
7am Sunrle Service Adult and Youth Bible Study/
'am- Worshlp Mid-Week Service fltunmeambn
9:30am -Youth Service EVERY SECOND SUNDAY Ta plriflmtibawd
11am -Worshi' Children's Church l ftr a rid 904-278-7037
S12:30pm- Egg Hunt Men's Ministry/Sons of Allen
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at 7 p.m.

File photo
Saturday, 5 p.m. Sydney White (PG-13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Elizabeth The Golden Age (PG-13)
March 28, 7 p.m. Beowulf (PG-13)
March 29, 5 p.m. American Gangster Part 1 (R)
March 29, 7 p.m. American Gangster Part 2 (R)
April 4, 7 p.m. Pitch Black (R)
April 5, 5 p.m. Enchanted (PG)
April 5, 7 p.m. The Mist (R)
April 11, 7 p.m. Wild Wild West (PG)
April 12, 5 p.m. Alvin and The Chipmunks (PG)
April 12, 7 p.m. No Country For Old Men (R)

For more information on the golf course, call 542-3249 or
Mulligan's, call 542-2936.

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
New rates! $15 per person, includes cart and 18-holes

green fee.
March 25, April 8 and 22 for active duty.
March 27, April 10 and 24 for retirees and Department of
Defense personnel.

Golf Vendor Demonstration Day
NAS Jax Golf Course Pro Shop
March 28, 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Featuring Nike, Titleist, Cobra, Taylor Made, Callaway
and Mizuno!

For information on booking command or private functions
at the O'Club or T-Bar, call the Officers' Club main office,

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.

Call 542-3260.
Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 per person
March 21, 22, 23, 29 and 30
April 18, 19, 20, 26 and 27

For more information, call 778-9772.

Spring Break Camp
March 31 -April 4
Ages 5(K) 13

Easter Egg Hunt
Tomorrow, 7 p.m.
McCaffrey Softball Fields

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the birds
A group of pre-toddlers
and their teachers
at the NAS Jax Child
Development Center
enjoy feeding the birds
some bread crumbs
Feb. 27.
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque

SAFETY: Significant incidents cut

in half in last five years on base

Photos by MC2 Monica Nelson
HM1 Ashley Russell of Naval Hospital Jacksonville describes some of the ways he influences
Sailors within the medical community to participate in community service programs.

CONFERENCE: Volunteerism boost

morale, increases command efficiency
From Page 1 1

"We've also been given some cre-
ative ways to utilize the benefit of rec-
ognition for the volunteers, to let them
know how greatly appreciated they are."
Melissa Lyke, project manager of the
Teacher Supply Depot, worked with Parker
in setting up the community service project
for the conference attendees that took place
on the second day of the conference.
"I am so thrilled!" said Lyke. "We are get-
ting six months of work done in one day. It
is incredible. Most days, it's just John and
I. He's 86-years-old and a full-time volun-
"Right now the volunteers are boxing up
old books including 1920 grammar books
- that the teachers have been through and
through and they've just been sitting on
the shelves," said Lyke. "The books are
going to be recycled and that will help go
towards the costs of the upcoming depot
Command representatives split into five
groups at the depot doing anything from
arranging materials to toting unwanted
items that have been sitting untouched on
shelves to recycling bins.
"We have a move coming up in the future
where we are moving from here to anoth-
er school," said Lyke. "We're going from
100,000 square feet to 12,000 square feet.
It's going to take a lot of creative maneu-
vering to get as much of the good stuff
that's here into the new place."
"A great part of serving our country is
serving our community," said SKC Thomas
Smith, community relations coordinator for
USS Boone (FFG 28), as he packed books
at the depot. "It's so important to show our
support for them just as they show their
support for us."
Conference attendees also received infor-
mation on submitting award packages
from CNIC's MC1 Dave Hites. "The most
important thing for the board to see when
looking at award packages is how big a
difference that command is making in the
community. Yes, volunteering can bolster
an evaluation. But is that just an individu-
al's effort or is the command making a real
difference in the community? That's our
overall goal," said Hites.
"When you get a group of volunteers
together, officers, chiefs, enlisted, it really
helps pull the command together as a crew
and as a team," added Hites. "It boosts
morale for the command and in turn can
improve work load efficiency."
MTCS Robert Nicholson of Trident
Training Facility, Kings Bay, Ga., has sub-
mitted award-winning packages before.
"Pictures are worth a thousand words and
they show the actual events the Sailors
participated in," said Nicholson describing
what sets his command packages apart. "If
I didn't have pictures of some of the com-
mand volunteer activities, I went to the
base newspaper archives online and there
were some pictures in there."
There are five flagship award categories:


Navy Region Southeast's Community Service
Program Manager Dianne Parker explains
the roles of command volunteer coordinators
March 11. The Navy's Community Service
Program promotes volunteerism and com-
munity service to assist in the education and
enrichment of the nation's youth and commu-
nities in revitalizing citizenry.


PC2 Sharee McClain of NAS Pensacola, Fla.
packs up story starter booklets for transfer to
the Jacksonville Teacher Supply Depot's new
location March 12. McClain accompanied a
group of Navy Community Service command
coordinators and/or volunteers to the depot
as part of a field training exercise.
personal excellence partnerships; project
good neighbor; campaign drug free; health,
safety and fitness; and environmental
stewardship. The instruction can be locat-
ed under the name OPNAVINST 5350.6C.
Lykes was excited to hear some of the
community service program directors talk
about bringing their commands out to help
with the depot move.
"Our official move starts May 12 and
we'll be working all summer until Aug. 8,
which is our back-to-school opening, where
we'll also need volunteers," said Lykes.
If any command is interested in helping,
call 381-7480 or 881-2012 or email tomlin-

RESCUE: Young crew saves life of civilian diver

From Page 1

By 6 p.m., he was safely aboard the
helicopter en route to NAS Jacksonville.
Medical personnel were waiting on the
crew to attend to the rescued diver who
had spent approximately three to four
hours in the water. As a result he was
cold, tired and hungry.
The search effort was coordinated
between the Navy and Coast Guard heli-
copters with each helicopter splitting
search area. HS-5's crew used the direct
deployment method to recover the survi-
vor, saving valuable time.
This is a fairly new recovery method
where the swimmer stays hooked to the
hoist while the helicopter is positioned in a
hover directly over the survivor.

As always, time is of the essence in these
situations. In another 30 minutes, the
sun would have set making the search and
recovery much more difficult and danger-
"This relatively junior crew went out
and performed superbly today and saved
a life. I couldn't be more proud of them.
By the time the crew landed in Jax it was
dark and they had been flying for almost
seven hours," remarked HS-5 Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Roy Undersander.
The success of the rescue effort is a tes-
tament to the hard work, professional-
ism and dedication of these young Sailors
which was evident as they were recent-
ly awarded the Navy and Marine Corps
Commendation Medal by USS Theodore
Roosevelt Commanding Officer Capt. Ladd

From Page 1

delivered aboard the station and now func-
tions throughout the station departments
and tenant commands. Every new employee
is given the VPP Action Guide to complete
which includes 15 assigned areas for dem-
onstrating and understanding the station's
safety program.
The station reported no formal written
reports to the OSHA of unsafe/unhealthy
working conditions during fiscal year
2007. Other initiatives that contributed
to the overall success of the base safety
program include a successful fire preven-
tion program; disaster preparedness drills;
an ergonomic program; ordnance/explo-
sives safety program; recreational safety
program; Navy Occupational Safety and
Health program; motor vehicle safety pro-
gram which includes continuous motorcycle
training classes, Click It or Ticket cam-

paigns, driver improvement classes and
the annual Traffic Safety/Recreational and
Off-Duty Safety Rodeo; and a medical sur-
veillance program for civilian employees.
The Safety Department also conducts
bi-yearly all-hands safety stand downs cov-
ering a variety of topics including traffic,
recreational and seasonal safety. Together
these programs worked to prevent inju-
ries and further improve work efficiency
throughout the station.
"This is a great achievement for NAS
Jax. The receiving of this award is a tes-
tament to the fact that the personnel at
NAS Jax continue to work safely and the
safety culture at the station is very much
alive and well and not just a short term
action," said NAS Jax Safety Officer Ron
"By earning this award, we are now eli-
gible to compete for the next two Secretary
of the Navy Safety Awards."

HS-5: Detachment aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt a success

From Page 1

more than one event. For instance, Lt.
Jack Reiner was a pilot in both of the suc-
cessful rescues.
Corrick participated in the MEDEVAC,
because of his EMT training and was also
a member of the crew who took part in the
open ocean rescue of a civilian diver off the
coast of Florida. Reiner's second rescue,
the man overboard, occurred at the conclu-
sion of his Helicopter Aircraft Commander
check flight, which he successfully com-
HS-5 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Roy
Undersander, Lt. Brian Johnson, AW2
Christina Gruwell, AWC Travis Seek and

AW2 Kyle Need were the other members of
the two rescues.
Congratulations also go to Lt. Kevin
Joiner who passed his helicopter second
pilot check flight and Need for passing his
tactical sensor operator board.
The Nightdippers detachment was short
and successful, but rewarding. While these
individuals were directly involved it would
not have been possible without those
behind the scenes like the maintainers and
administration personnel supporting their
In the end, the success of these indi-
viduals is a success for HS-5 and it speaks
volumes to the dedication, professionalism
and hard work that defines the squadron.

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By Kaylee LaRocque

he rain held out
more than 150 run-
ners and walkers
turned out for this year's 'i
Leprechaun Dash, sponsored
by the NAS Jax Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Department March
Placing first overall in
the men's category and in Encarncion
the men's 45-49 category Nunez
was Encarnacion Nunez of
Branch Medical Clinic Jax
who came in at 18:25.
Taking first overall in the
women's category and in a' '
the women's 45-49 category ~ i
was Nancy Johnson of Naval -
Hospital Jax with a time of ;;
Other winners were: [
Men's 20 and under Johnson
First Roland Brooks, Naval
Hospital Jax- 19:21
Second Emmanuel Aurelien, Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Training Unit Jax 19:49
Third Peter Moreno, Naval Hospital Jax 20:28

Women's 20 and under
First Mandy Johnson, Navy Medicine Support
Command 25:00
Second Karyl Miguel, Naval Hospital Jax 25:08
Third Ashley George, VP-5 25:37

Men's 30-37
First Michael Ricketts, VP-30 19:39
Second Jason Holcombe, SADV 20:34
Third Michael Mineo, VP-30 22:31

Women's 30-37
First Belinda Ortiz, VR-58 30:20
Second Maria Moore, VR-58 30:22
Third Marilyn Jefferson, Commander, Sea
Control Weapons School Atlantic- 32:22

Men's 38-44
First Michael Flemming, RCC 20:05
Second Lonnie Willoughby, VP-8 20:14
Third Shane Waterman, VP-30 20:28

Women's 38-44
First Eileen Werve, RCC 25:57
Second Luz Mannion 28:48

Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Sports Coordinator Bill Bonser, right,
presents John Mann with the men's 50 and
over first place medal after the Leprechaun
Dash March 14.
Third Bonita Givens, Navy Drug Screening Lab

Men's 45-49
Second Chris Mannion, Naval Hospital Jax
Third Larry Dean, NRD 27:01

Women's 45-49
Second Pamela Ball, Navy Medicine Support
Command 30:39
Third Elisa Jacque 34:35

Men's 50 and over
First John Mann 19:51
Second Mark Seidl, Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast 22:06
Third Bill Birtley, Commander, Navy Region
Southeast 23:04

Women's 50 and over
First Patti Yeakel, Navy Drug Screening Lab
Second Rachel Nieves, Naval Hospital Jax
Third Shirley Wallace 43:53
After the run, an awards ceremony was
held to present medals to the winners as
participants munched on free pizza cour-
tesy of MWR.
The next MWR-sponsored run will be
the fourth annual Capt. Chuck Cornett
Memorial 10K Navy Run and 5K Walk
April 5 at 7:30 a.m. in the Navy Exchange
Convenience Store parking lot.
For more information, call 542-

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Contracts: You can't '

just walk away

By Tom Wallace
Deputy Director, Legal Assistance, Region Legal Service Office Southeast

Have been providing legal assistance services for 15
years. In that time, I have learned many life lessons
through providing legal assistance services. Lately,
another one of these life lessons has come to my atten-
tion and I feel that it is necessary to address the issue.
If you have a written contract, you cannot just walk
away from the deal when you feel like it. This is closely
related to the thought that if you feel you should be able
to walk away from a contract, consult with a lawyer first.
My fellow legal assistance attorneys and I see many cli-
ents who have not consulted a lawyer before taking some
sort of action that results in a breach of a contract. The
consequences of breaching a contract can include money
damages, paying the other party's costs and attorneys'
In some situations, failing to properly terminate a con-
tract can result in the active duty service member losing
valuable rights in the Servicemember's Civil Relief Act
(SCRA) or other similar statutes.
Both the SCRA and the Florida Statutes contain provi-
sions that allow service members to cancel a residential
lease in a variety of circumstances. The circumstances
justifying terminating a lease under these statutes can
include permanent change of station (PCS) orders requir-
ing the member to move a certain distance, temporary
orders, deployment from home station for a period of time,
receiving orders to take up residence in government hous-
ing and voluntary or involuntary discharge from active
The SCRA also has a provision that allows a service
member to terminate an auto lease if the service member
is relocating on PCS orders from a state to outside the
continental United States, from a state outside the con-
tinental United States to any location outside that state
and when deploying in support of a military operation for
not less than 180 days. The Florida statues also contain a
provision that allows service members to cancel telecom-
munication contracts in certain circumstances.
Though there are differences between the state's statu-
tory provisions and the SCRA, there is one thing that all
these statutes have in common. All these statutes have
very specific provisions on how the contract is to be prop-
erly canceled.
None of these statutes provide an automatic cancellation
right that allows the service member to just walk away
from the contract without some sort of action required by
the service member. None of these statutes allow can-
cellation by simply telling the other party that you have
military orders. All of these statutes require that a writ-
ten notice of the termination, including the legal basis
for ending the contract, be submitted to the other party.
Additionally, all of these statues require that this separate
written notice of termination also have the relevant mili-
tary orders providing the basis for the termination. Just
handing over the military orders to the landlord without
anything else does not properly terminate the lease. Using
the landlord's pre-printed termination notice alone with-
out attaching the military orders is also not sufficient to
terminate the lease.
Why am I so concerned about service members strictly
following the relevant statute to the letter for terminating
a lease? Because if a service member does not follow the
statutes exactly, the court will find that the service mem-
ber did not properly terminate the lease.
The result will be that the service member is liable for
breaching the lease which could subject them to owing
damages, costs and attorney's fees to the landlord or prop-
erty owner. The courts in these cases are often bound by
a concept of "strict statutory construction," which simply
means that if a statute explicitly lays out a method of
asserting a right or cause of action and that method is not
followed, the court has to follow the statute and deny the
right or cause of action.
Additionally, the debt resulting from the breached con-
tract will likely become a negative entry on the individu-
al's credit report.
I have also seen service members walking away from
contracts without consulting counsel. I have seen many
clients who have returned purchased cars and had volun-
tary repossessions because they either could not afford the
car or the car had some sort of defect. I would certainly.
advise that anyone considering a voluntary repossession
should first consult a lawyer before just returning the car.
Why? Because there may be a proper way to terminate
the contract, but it may involve drafting the proper notice.
I should also note that voluntary repossession could have
a negative impact on a credit report which can lead to pos-
sible issues with a security clearance.
So, my point here is simple, if you have a situation
where you believe that you should be able to terminate
a lease or some other contract, please consult one of our
legal assistance attorneys first. These attorneys are
here to help you analyze your case and help you draft the
proper legal notices to legally terminate a contract prop-
erly. Laying the proper groundwork for terminating the
contract can also be essential in defending any subsequent
collection efforts or negative credit report entries from
landlords or creditors who may try to dispute a service
member's proper termination of a contract.
Of course, in some cases, the advice may be that you

Navy Band Southeast

presents Concerts in the Park

From Navy Band Southeast

Navy Band Southeast
proudly pres-
ents their Spring
"Concerts in the Park" con-
cert series. Please join the
band at Patriot's Grove for
a Boston Pops style concert
The event is free. Bring
a blanket or lawn chairs
along with a picnic dinner
or snacks and enjoy the a
night of entertainment.
March 28, 7 p.m. Pride
at NS Mayport Sea Otter

March 29, TBD Jazz
Ensemble at NSB Kings
Bay, Ga. Under the Pines
April 11, 7:30 p.m. Pride
at NAS Jax Patriot's Grove
April 18, TBD Pride at
NSB Kings Bay, Ga. Under.
the Pines Park
April 25, 7 p.m. Jazz
Ensemble at NS Mayport
Sea Otter Pavilion
May 9, 7:30 p.m. Navy
Band Southeast Wind
Ensemble at NAS Jax
Patriot's Grove
May 16, 7 p.m. Wind
Ensemble at NS Mayport

cannot terminate the contract. But, it helps to know that
before your actions cause you to breach a contract and
lead you to being responsible for damages.
For more information, call 542-2565, Ext. 3006.

Sea Otter Pavilion
May 30, TBD Wind
Ensemble at NSB Kings
Bay, Ga. Under the Pines


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(Above) Navy Band Southeast
Jazz Ensemble performs a wide
variety of music at Patriot's
Grove March 14 as part of
their concert series. More than
50 patrons came out to enjoy
a night of relaxation and free
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T ow to be a Millionaire on a Military Salary"
SThis sign, on the Fleet and Family Support
JL Center (FFSC) marquee caught my eye and I
had to chuckle; become a millionaire on a military sal-
ary? Someone is dreaming . or are they? I called a
friend who works at the FFSC to talk about this 'million-
aire' class. She was so enthusiastic about this class that
I enrolled!
Why do I bring this up? Because my inbox is full of
spouses struggling to make ends meet or shocked to find
that their credit standing hap impacted their service mem-
ber's career and many other finance related challenges. So
we are going to embark upon a series to put us on the road
to not just financial fitness but to, indeed, become a mil-
lionaire on a military budget.
Katie, a Navy wife, wrote a heartbreaking email. "Jake
is on hold because of his credit. His clearance is held up
because of our debt load? How can they deny a clearance
just because we're in debt and struggling?" Unfortunately
this email is not an isolated
one. Jake and Katie have
been apart for over a year as
Jake was attending school,
only to find out that they
are on an indefinite hold
until decisions are reached
on Jake's security clearance;
a clearance that is required
for his job.
Are you aware that your
financial indebtedness can
affect your service member's
,, .' u 'J,;i career? If your service mem-
ber's rate requires a clear-
Sance your finances must be
Beth Wilson in order to maintain that
clearance. If your finances
are not, and your service member looses their clearance
they can potentially be involuntarily separated from the
Navy. Even if your service member does not have a clear-
ance, non-payment of debts can potentially impact your
service member's advancement.
But before you think this series is about setting up a
budget and giving up gourmet coffee and other creature
comforts I assure you it is not. This series is to offer you
valuable information about your finances and resources
to bring your finances under control and to establish and
achieve long-term financial goals for you and your family.
The starting point is to know where you stand. Assemble
the following information to help you formulate your
financial picture:
Income How much do you make, assemble all income
Debt credit cards, mortgage, car loans, college loans,
Expenses food, gasoline/transportation, rent, utilities,
Once you have assembled all this information you will
be able to develop a spending plan (I love that word -
spending) as well as a plan to eradicate your debt (yes,
you can live debt-free). This initial step can be overwhelm-
ing but it is important don't give up!
There are resources to'turn to for assistance with devel-
oping that initial financial plan. Each command has an
individual called a command financial specialist (CFS)
who is trained to help you develop a spending plan/debt-
elimination plan. Your local FFSC as well as the Navy-
Marine Corps Relief Society both offer classes and person-
al assistance to develop a financial plan. Armed Services
Bank, Navy Federal Credit Union and USAA and other
financial institutions also provide free confidential finan-
cial planning assistance.
Let me bust a myth it is not a career killer to access
the services provided through your local installation or
command. Not getting assistance to get your finances in
shape can be a real career killer.
Over the next three weeks we'll look at developing a
spending plan, getting out of debt, saving, investing as
well as understanding insurance and other financial

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 20, 2008 17

Shipmates don't let

shipmates abuse alcohol

By FORCM Gerald Haueter

Know most of you know the
Navy's policy on alcohol.
Therefore, I am not going to write
about policies and instructions. If
you don't know, you can go look it up
or you can learn more about it dur-
ing a GMT topic. What I am going to
write about is our personal respon-
sibility to our selves, to our families,
to our shipmates and to our Navy.
Shipmates don't let shipmates abuse
This is a very touchy subject
because sometimes when we are
friends with people we work with,
we may be in the best position in the
world to give them advice. Often we
don't advise them because we don't
want them to think we are getting in
their business.
Being a good shipmate means some-
times we have to make some hard
decisions and say some hard things
that our shipmates might dislike. For
example, if you have a buddy who is
showing up five days a week to quar-
ters smelling like alcohol, there could
be no telling what he is doing on the
weekends such as drinking and driv-
ing. A good shipmate, when he sees
the signs such as the smell, blood-
shot eyes, and fatigue, would corral
his buddy and tell the Sailor he may
have a problem and he needs to talk
somebody to get help. That's what a
true shipmate does: makes hard deci-
sions and says hard things that often
don't want to be heard but they do it
In our Navy, alcohol abuse not only
affects the abuser, it affects their
shipmates, their command and their
families as well. If a Sailor gets a
DUI, not only do we lose them to jail
time, but someone has to pick up their
slack in the shop. But more impor-
tantly what this Sailor is doing is not
helping himself or his family. Alcohol
abuse can snowball like drug abuse.
When you first start drinking it can
start with a few drinks to "feel good"
and over time it will take more and
more alcohol to achieve the same feel-
ing until it becomes a problem. Then
the family suffers, the Sailor suffers
and the Navy suffers.
When you have a good Sailor that
is doing great things for the Navy, we
all should have the same mind set,
"Not only do I owe .it to him and the
Navy, I owe it to myself to get this
Sailor some help and get them into
We have to realize that our ship
may suffer as a result, but taking the


time to get the Sailor some
help will pay dividends
later in most cases. We also
have to realize we can't
save everyone and that we
are going to lose some ship- ,
mates. We have to take a s~
hard stance and get them
some help.
One of my success stories
of shipmates looking out
for one another was also FO
one of the biggest challeng- Gerald
es I'ever had to face as a
chief petty officer. I had a command
master chief (CMC) who obviously
had a drinking problem and the other
master chiefs, senior chiefs and chiefs
in the mess were afraid to approach
him. He was a great CMC.
On one occasion I actually followed
him home one night and said to him,
"Master chief, I think you are kill-
ing yourself. I've seen several of my
uncles drink themselves to death and
I think you are headed in the same
direction. I honestly feel you should
see somebody for help."
The end result was the CMC ended
up getting help. I saw him several
years later and he told me I had given
him some of the best advice that
someone has ever given him. It was a
tough thing to do to one of my heroes
who was a mentor to me. But he had

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a chink in his armor and
he needed someone to tell
him about it.
One of my failure stories
took place at one of my pre-
vious commands. One of
the most intelligent, artic-
ulate and best petty offi-
cers that I ever had come
in contact with was abus-
ing alcohol. Initially we
picked up on it because we

laueter could smell the alcohol on
him. We acted on it and got
him help. However, he would eventu-
ally fall on his own sword. We were
so busy operationally that we forgot
about him and during that time he
relapsed. Instead of treating him
as an alcohol treatment failure and
getting him out of the Navy along
with additional help, we let him slip
through the cracks, and as a result,
he had two DUIs within six months of
one another.
We lost a good Sailor, a family was
destroyed and he no longer has a
retirement. That is why it is so impor-
tant that we don't let our shipmates
slip through the cracks it is a sin! I
certainly take some personal respon-
sibility for that failure and we all
should take personal responsibility
and not let our shipmates abuse alco-

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AD2 Patrick Forester, assigned to the "Dusty Dogs" of
HS-7, plays a pivotal role in the aircraft maintenance
effort, keeping aircraft mission ready day in and day out
by performing minor inspections and repairs with one
goal, mission readiness. Truman and embarked Carrier
Air Wing Three are deployed supporting Operations
Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom and maritime secu-
rity operations.


18 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 20, 2008

You and your pet can stay at a

Navy Lodge when on permanent

change of station move

By Kristine Sturkie

Moving to a new location this year
just got a lot easier when travel-
ing with your pet. Most Navy
Lodge's worldwide now allow dogs and
cats up to 50 pounds in weight to stay
when traveling with its owners.
"Over 60 percent of all Americans have
pets and the military is no different,"
said Michael Bockelman, vice president
NEXCOM, director Navy Lodge Program.
"Navy Lodge guests often stay with us dur-
ing a permanent change of station move.
Before, guests had to board their pet until
they could move into their new home.
Now, the pet can stay with the rest of.the
family at the Navy Lodge. This will make
a military move much easier for the entire
Military families need to come to the
Navy Lodge prepared in order to stay with
their pet. First, keep in mind how long
you will be gone and bring appropriate
food and other supplies and always travel
with a pet carrier. Before you leave town,
schedule a visit with your veterinarian
to update all medications or treatments
required and bring a copy of each pet's vac-
cination record. It is also a good idea to
carry a health certificate for each animal
traveling with you if traveling state to
state or crossing international borders.
Finally, when you are at the Navy Lodge,
treat the area where you walk as if it were
your own yard and always clean up after
your pet, using the bags provided.
While traveling keep in mind how long
you will be on the road and make sure to
bring at least one bowl of fresh water for
your pet to drink. If traveling long dis-
tances or an extended period of time, add
one or two more, just in case. Never leave
an animal alone in a closed car. Keep the
air-conditioner going while traveling. Don't

roll down a car window enough for a dog to
stick its head out; just enough to get a good
whiff of fresh air is plenty.
Always remember to bring the following
on trips:
A sturdy leash and extra collar;
An old blanket or sheet for wherever
the pet's carrier will be secured;
Old sheets to cover bedding and furni-
ture once you reach your accommodations;
Some of your pet's own bedding;
Food and water bowl set;
Toys or chew items;
All required medications, supplements
and preventatives;
Brush or comb and lint remover;
For cats, a full litter pan with extra lit-
ter, liners and newspaper for underneath;
Waste removal bags;
Old towels, carpet cleaner, disinfectant
spray and trash bags for accidents; and
Flashlight for nighttime walks.
Navy Lodges are on average 43 percent
less expensive than comparable civilian
accommodations, and still have the same
and more amenities. Every guest room is
oversized with cable TV with HBO, a DVD/
CD player, direct-dial telephone service,
high-speed Internet access, and a kitchen-
ette complete with microwave, refrigerator
and utensils. Navy Lodges also have house-
keeping service, vending machines, DVD
rental service and guest laundry facili-
ties as well as handicapped accessible and
non-smoking rooms. Free local calls, free
in-room coffee and newspapers as well as
convenient on-base parking are also avail-
able during your stay.
To make a reservation toll free at 1-
800-NAVY-INN or log onto www.navy-
lodge.com. Once you make a reservation,
you cannot be bumped from your room.
Reservation and room assignments are
accepted on an as-received basis without
regard to rank, rate or time of reservation.

NAS Jax Environmental offers training classes

From the NAS lax Environmental

The following are the upcoming train-
ing classes offered by the NAS Jax
Environmental Department.
'All classes are held at the Auto Hobby
Shop, second deck.
April 16, 1 p.m. Spill Pollution Control
and Countermeasures Plan
April 22, 1:30 p.m. Hazardous waste
coordinators meeting
May 13-14, 7:30 a.m. Hazardous waste
coordinator 16-hour training session
May 15, 7:30 a.m. Hazardous waste
coordinator eight-hour refresher class
May 21, 1 p.m. Spill Pollution Control
and Countermeasures Plan
June 18, 1 p.m. Spill Pollution Control
and Countermeasures Plan

July 16, 1 p.m. Spill Pollution Control
and Countermeasures Plan
Aug. 20, 1 p.m. Spill Pollution Control
and Countermeasures Plan
Sept. 17, 1 p.m. Spill Pollution Control
and Countermeasures Plan
Oct. 15, 1 p.m. Spill Pollution Control
and Countermeasures Plan
Nov. 18-19, 7:30 a.m. Hazardous waste
coordinator 16-hour training session
Nov. 19, 1 p.m. Spill Pollution Control
and Countermeasures Plan
Nov. 20, 7:30 a.m. Hazardous waste
coordinator eight-hour refresher class
Dec. 17, 1 p.m. Spill Pollution Control
and Countermeasures Plan
For more information, call Billie
Brownfield at 542-3492 or Frank Sigona at

FFSC offers educational and support programs

The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive mea-
sure for avoidance of personal and family
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
to service members and their families as
well as Department of Defense civilian per-
sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is

required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
The following workshops are available in
March 24-27, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Workshop (retiring)
March 24, 1:30-3:30 a.m. Parenting
March 31, 1:30-3:30 a.m. Parenting
For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, ext. 127.

Tax center open for business

From Staff

The NAS Jacksonville Tax Center
offers a free tax service through
the Voluntary Income Tax
Assistance program to military mem-
bers, retirees and their families. The
center is open Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5
The tax center has a full-time recep-
tionist to greet customers and set up
appointments and 21 full-time and part-
time volunteers who have been specially
trained by the Internal Revenue Service
to handle most tax situations.
There is also a special area set up to
children to watch movies while their par-
ents are having their taxes prepared.
It is the only free tax preparation ser-
vice on base. Volunteers will e-file almost
all.returns, ensuring fast refunds.
Those eligible for the free tax prepara-
tion include:
All active duty service members and
their dependents
All retirees and their dependents
Reservists on active duty for more
than 30 days
*Reservists within 30 days of demobi-

From Staff

To receive the federal rebate check as
part of the Economic Stimulus Bill
this year, you are required to file
federal taxes by April 15.
Even if you normally do not file taxes
due to Social Security income or VA dis-

Reservists involved in pre-mobiliza-
Before making an appointment, cus-
tomers should have:
All 2007 W-2's and 1099's
Copies of social security cards for
taxpayers and dependents
Taxpayer(s) military ID cards
Bank account numbers and routing
Any other tax records including cop-
ies of 2006 tax returns if available
**If you do not bring either a copy
of your social security card or a previous
year's tax return, we will not be able to
prepare your return. You must also have
this documentation for all dependents.
Couples wishing to file joint returns
should come to the tax center together.
If a spouse is unavailable, the spouse
preparing the return will need to bring a
power of attorney that specifically covers
tax filing purposes or an IRS Power of
Attorney Form 2848 (available at www.
If you have a complex return, please
call ahead and make an,,appointment.
For more information or to make an
appointment, call 542-8039.

ability, you must file a 2007 tax form to
receive this rebate.
People who owe no income tax, but
earned at least $3,000 in income from
Social Security and veterans disability will
receive rebate checks of $300 for individu-
als and $600 for couples.
For more information, go to www.irs.gov.

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The Navy Wives Clubs of America Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings
are held in Building 857 (at the NAS Jax Main Gate)
at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and
Thursday and the first Saturday of the month from
9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more information, call 542-1582
or Claire Stacy at 374-0185.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The local chapter of the Retired Enlisted Associa-
tion meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at
1 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Hall at 7673 Blanding
Blvd, Jacksonville. For more information, call 772-
8622 or 771-8696. All active duty, retirees and
Reserve enlisted personnel are invited to attend.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange Park.
The chapter also has service officers available
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 1-4 p.m.
to help with claims. To make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945. The chapter also
offers bingo every Saturday at 10 a.m. The public
is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active
and Retired Federal Employees invites all active
and retired employees to their regular monthly
meeting the second Tuesday of each month
at 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library. For more
information, call 276-9415.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet Reserve Unit 126
meets the second Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Fleet Reserve Building, 7673 Blanding
Boulevard, For more information, call 771-6850.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the
first Wednesday of every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry Cove
Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Dollhouse and miniatures enthusiasts hold
monthly meetings the first Tuesday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Hart Haven Baptist Church, 47 Jim
Wright Road. Club members share know-how and
help each other with room-boxes, dollhouses and
other miniature projects. Call Grace Tobey for more
information at 783-0354.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside holds
their monthly meeting the second Thursday of
each month at 10 a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard across
from the Orange Park Mall. Moms and children are
welcome at all activities. For information contact
Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go to momsclubopw@
Parents without Partners meets every second
Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Riverside Mason
Lodge at 1225 S. McDuff Avenue, Jacksonville.
Meetings are open to all single parents. For
more information, call Tony at 349-0078 or email

The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's
meeting is held the third Thursday of eabih month
at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association, Inc.
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue room.
For more information, call Janneice Mooe at 563-
The Northeast Florida Chapter of the Military
Officers Association of America holds dinner
meetings the third Wednesday of the month at
the NAS Jacksonville Officers' Club. pinner is
served at 7 p.m. preceded by social hour. Dinner
reservations can be made by calling George Allen
at 772-0237 or email georgeallen@bells6uth.net.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984, Na-
tional Active and Retired Federal Employees
Association extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired federal employees
to our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
The National Naval Officers Association is
seeking interested personnel for the new year. If
you are interested in being part of this organization,
call Herlena Washington at 696-5565 or email
Learn CPR in your NAS Jax organization work
place. Call Belen at 662-3490 or Jeanette at 542-
The Friends of BASCA annual BASCA Golf
Classic will be held March 28 at the Eagle Harbor
Golf Club. The event will tee-off with a 12:30
shotgun start and a captain's choice format. For
more information, call Marj Holliday at 338-5443 or
Ron Dill at 614-5301.
The VP-8 Alumni Association will hold their next
reunion May 12-17 in Portland, Maine. For more
information, call Don Rickel at-(207) 725-8494 or
email Carolyn Magee at cpm38@bellsouth.net.
The NARTU reunion will be held May 17 at
10:30 a.m. at the Lake Newman Community
Center at Cecil Field Commerce Center. For more
information, call 278-9100.

River Celebration offers ecology and

music at the Walter Jones Historical Park

From the Mandarin Museum and
Historical Society

The third annual River Celebration
Day will be held March 29 at the
Walter Jones Historical Park
located at 11964 Mandarin Road. This
free event is sponsored by the Mandarin
Museum and Historical Society, the
St. Johns Riverkeeper and the City of
Jacksonville Parks Department.
Activities will begin at 7:30 a.m. with
the inaugural Mandarin Biathlon for
the benefit of the Mandarin Museum &
I historical Society, a kayak and foot race

between Walter Jones Historical Park and
Mandarin Park.
Events will also include live music by the
Ashley Gang Band and the Palm Valley
String Band, storytelling by historical re-
enactors, free kayaking and nature pro-
grams by the St Johns Riverkeeper and
the Florida Native Plant Society. The 1875
farmhouse will also be open for viewing.
For more information, please call the
museum at 268-0784 or visit www.man-
Find out more about the biathlon at 1st
Place Sports or go to www.lstplacesports.
com/biathlon.htm. ,


Tea time in Iraq

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Photo by Sgt. Maj. Virgil Akins
Capt. Corey Schultz, public affairs officer for the 300th Military Police Brigade, enjoys
chai (sweetened tea) and a fresh pita at the bread factory at Camp Bucca in south-
ern Iraq. Camp Bucca, the largest detention facility and one of the largest Forward
Operating Bases in Iraq, provides for the care and custody of over 20,000 detainees
determined to be threats to security. About 140,000 pieces of bread are baked daily.
Schultz is a civilian employee with Commander, Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs
and is mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.


Southeast regional qualifying times
Men 19:00 Women 24:00
Men 34:00 Women 46:00
thon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
ilon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours

Sports officials
and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball,
football and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball. Experience is not

required. If interested, contact the NAS Jax Gym.
For more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email bill.bonser@navy.mil.


Men and women's softball
leagues forming
The spring softball leagues will begin in late March.
Rosters and entry forms are due by tomorrow.
There will be three leagues for the spring season:
Greybeard League open to NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists, command Department of
Defense (DoD) personnel age 30 and up.
Intramural League open to active duty, selective
reservists and command DoD personnel.
Women's League open to active duty, selective
reservists, military dependents over 18 and DoD.
Tennis tourney slated
A Captain's Cub Men and Women's Singles Tennis
Tournament will be held March 31 at 5 p.m. The
tournament is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists, and command Department of
Defense men and women. Participants will earn
participation points for their command toward the
captain's cup and can earn additional points for
finishing first, second or third place. There will be a
separate men and women's division. The matches
will be played at the Guy Ballou Tennis Complex.
Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign up by March 28.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Are you a competition runner? If so, you can
represent the Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and
triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are
provided as well as transportation, entry fees and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete in
a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)
race and your time must be one of top 10 regional
qualifying times. For more information, call 270-

Flag Football Final Standings
Wins Losses
11 0

Intramural Winter Golf Liberty League
Standings As of March 14
Team Wins Losses Ties
CMO 5 0 1
VP-16 4 1 0
VS-32 A 4 2 0
VP-30 O'S 2 3 0
VR-58 1 3 0
FRCSE 2 4 0
Navy Band 1 4 0
NCTS A 1 4 1

Intramural Winter Golf Freedom
League Standings As of March 14
Team Wins Losses
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Sturbridge Cir. W.
Owner transferring,
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6224 Pine Summit Dr.
All Brick, 3BR, 1 1/2
BA, LR, DR,.Den
w/free standing wood
stove, FL room, like
new Frig & Smooth-
Top Stove. All new
paint inside and out,
new carpet, tile, bath-
rooms. Too many
amenities to list.
Asking $180K.
Please leave a
Kernan Wonder-
wood 3/2 2247 sf
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Cul-de-sac Huge
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base $249,900 904-899-6421

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View of ICW. 2 story
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down, 2/2 up, 1/1
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lust right for possible
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upgraded way below
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appraised at $360,000
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3673 Morning Meadow Lane
Orange Park, FI 32073 I

On culde',ac 3 bedroom. 2 balh 1600 t.uale h
2 car goage with opener waler softener and purificaion system
fenced backyard sprinkler system wilh well
large master bath with garden lub new appliances in kitchen
gazebo seller pays all closing cost
Contact Jim or Adrianne at 904-579-39351

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StJosHousUnfirid 4, 4Lkfrnt, upgs 1780sf Office Space For Sale Private Instruction with mi lyr exp. Maint
0d.$135erequired to have BPA,
St. JohnsiMobie WESTSIDE- Avondale 2 br curtly rented ,350/m Office Space ForRent Schools r rCO & Tooos Great
Home/Lot Rental Chase Ridge Artments Condofor rent or 225k. 904-608 -8396 tin 64110
Pay No Rent Until May 1 Clean Cent H/A Retl For Sale Specialty Training/ b enefl .

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St. Johns Lots Save your money! Hardwood floors Orange Park/Middleburg Retail For Rent Events ume to r 904 0 Please fax resume to
St. Johns Roommates 1, 2 & 3 bedroom Cov'rd Parking $750. mo 3 Bedroom 2 Bath 2 Car St Johns Commercia ApriThibaultclkmm.com
St. Johns Rooms to Rent apartment homes now 904-612-5675 grg. $925/mo Nguyen sCo eWAREHOUSE/ ad Fax
St. Johns O ont/ available for Lease. Realty. Call 904-622-8602 Industrial For Sale E ERYPOST OFFI
St. Johns Oceanfont Move-in by 3.23.2008, BEACHES-FOUR WINDS I Y INOW HIRING!

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four apartmenthome longtermrental 1200. Ing, $100 depos it,oer omet- c over shoppers needed 3PM to midnight. COMMERCIAL& Helper.
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WESTSIDE -1/1, oarapt, Vaulted Ceilings No ORANGE PARK- 114,000 St. Johns Retail For Sale 8 eek Eve Class Mr 19 r4-781-95 Rany 66-11
renovated, c/ha, washer smoking $1000 down mtg= $612/mo P& or Superior Instruction 1-866-533-3167 Call 399-1110
no hud lease & refer- $100 m 94-425-4302 rent $850/mo no water St.JohnsRetailForRent www.myfre.com DANCERS DOORSTAFF
A ence req. 904-317-0292 FLEMING ISL bill s 0 fen lot 3br (904) 269-2555 DANCERS, D RS
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screened pathos, 2501 new$975m. 386-527-8664 OrangePark ,LIQUIDATION
ARLINGTON 1&2br Jammes Rd. 904-786-0539 INTRACOASTAL WEST Ig fenced yard, $1050, pets n DANCERS N
SOUTHSPDE 2br 3/2, gar, gated carom negotiable, close to HS 20alacres,
WESTSIDE 2br WESTSDE 2/1 & 2/2, lyr old, 1260sf, $200mo. 904-806-1988407-677-811 COLLECTORS Good Rod Access. PAID DAILY
Attractive & Quiet Free Rent Deals l By 465-4 08 $ C rei Srvi e s ROrNteop $P io64-3
o545 695t 721-1767 stores & 295. Many extras -24 e I : 4 3/2 sCentral Credit Services Is ONLY $14,900 Passion 641-
www.mylaxrentals.com from $625. A904-52-9040 Mandarin Bartram Park. All brick In Gate Guarded CG2 property on Trdes- F J Dow- rt
SGated, Large Ibr, Community close tCousrowth Seeking MoneY Back Guaran- DANCERS DANCERS
WESTSIDE 2/1, cH&A $885m, Pool. gymlst fir NAS. $1400. 904 710-3135. main drag. 12k sq ft town has paid tuition experienced collectors tee. No Credt Checks. $$ l1000 $$
elsslon quiet Ounrf WrD wr 1nc0d 6945-6003 FSBO 891-9247 proramsfor students for highend portfolios. 1800755953 HIRING BONUS
SnONTE VEDRA entering carpentry, This is an excellent www.sunsetrnches.com N Mandatory TI Outs
SNT Mandarin t2/2 .5. neel Saweaoss, 4/2, new drafting, AutoCAD, Con- career opportunity with Wacas
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Sscs paint, new carpet, exc electrical construction, C a I I Rachel at
reno aed. no s.6pels cond, $1550 904-735-8668 nCe aDJ, DOORMAN,
l000omo 1,0428.7168. or heating, refrigera- 904-371-5340. Become
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Get results! UTHDESONO townhouse, 1275 Funded by the USDOL WAITSTAFF
Rhn ,,,ur S f. Pteg 2o2l. 3'1 L900m $ et1. $1,400/ma. call ORANGE PARK-2000sf -_l-aSSIon 641-5033
n -a'ler e d G/, ,aiorale 139Ka5e 9i200 Samatha 853-6020 WHSE w/office. $850m.
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Iurn aAlLon alo aO aler cony, $800 + dep 9738o Wanted o loin our team.
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,,2 U- Iat, L9 Ing 3br/2ba, 1300st hse remodeled new roof, ferred. Baymeadows P/T M-F 10am-3pm. Must Pass background &Co
,,L.,-,,Ji i,,,,,h i.: ,A:.d,. CIcls. no smoie rspels $950mo + Ist & last. paint, doors, etc. 3029 area. Fax resume to PT M- lam-3pm. Must pass background
.ru925 mc--dep 262-.88a Pets neg. 904-994-3543 Mercury' Rd. Only $4/sf. 904-538-0669 $10/hr. Grounds drug screening. sA94O2-oN m
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200 800. 96-. i 1",5 ci ,$1350m.607-473-7323 WESTSIDESedr i ce record. Emall resume PAINTER/BLASTER hksla]i..pir.
-1 OPEIncl 1350m. 407-473-73/222300sf warehouse to thsp@ths-inc.org or For steel tank fabricator. O~d-li* i -80'
ofrom 1ram 4pm level w2503 o0sf grade leve1500/mo Apply: 1010 N. Davis St. Steady work.
F rih d WESTSIDE 3/1, ch/a, w/d w/offlce for $1650/mo. Suite 201. E OE/DFWP
ment Friendlhkup, all appls, carport, Also 3350sf grade level CAREGIVERS NEEDED 904-781-9S00
ment Friendly Corporate Housing Provide Eagles Hammock strge shed, quiet area, for $1250/mo. eoston, IMMEDIATE OPENINGSTehiaTrds
Norlhslde 9A&Alta $725m+dp. 904-278-0567 Sanderson & Company Companions & Home-
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4BR/ 2BA/2,114/ sI 2 Westside/Mandarln Don't team of caring, honest & -Earn up to $150/day. For steel tank fabricator.
Car Garage Lakefront Worry NO turn downs, hardworking profession- EXp not req. Under- Flux core exp. req. ELECTRICIAN-
BUIII 2006 $1100 mo. call We can help you -5br's Westside als. We offer c.ompetl- cover shoppers needed 3PM to midnight. COMMERCIAL& Helper.
904-613-3474 757-638-9777 / 757-638-0912 Cheap Warehouses Itlve pay & a flexible to ludge retail and din- $14-$15/hr. 3G test. Must have tools,
For lease -18,000st., schedule. Call FIRST Ing establishments. EOE/DFWP DL and transp.
or e n t 3 23.5 W E S T S I D E 3/1, 24,5000sf and 27,000sf COAST CARE 904.379-7673 Call 888-493-1958 904-781-9500 Randy 686-4112
a p e .near N=X kltch,dninng & living $2/sf and 27,000sf
C aa 2 J 6 2603 or room, fencd yd, no pets. $2/sf to $3/sf. Easton, WE HAVE A
314-9360 PCS mo'e $750m/dep $350. 389-7256 Sanderson & Company
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Sot security systerm850 very hgh quality, home (dependable-self starter needed for
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S A V IN G S !month call 904-264290 BLANDING BLVD. 3/2 hours of Internet aess weekly.-s ust be over 19
ONTE VEDRA BEACH very well ma ntalned on WESTSIDE ykeroI
2/2/2 Pool,tennls courts 1/2 ac lot wood firs, 15505f office (nlce) year of age. efficiet a'-d.
Gated comm.Beach $850mo. 904-535-6356 only $1250mo. or 1800sf
access $1600 904-315-3288 for $1550mo. 1-295 0
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A_ __ 'ck townhome, lar $150 a week nt. 2br'sr far,
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Class A Driver Trainin with mattress level 32'. plus, extended ar, Priced To Sell Now god condition Must Sell, Take Over Loaded, Priced To Sell 4X4 Very Clean $8,999 Immaculate Cond,
Class A Driver Trai and box springs, platform, electric, with Aviation $13,975 389-7700 dependable. $2,650 obo. Pmints $363/mo. 389-7700 Fast, $12,975 389-7700 652-3166 loaded, must sell $18,435
in less than 3 wksl $600 obo. 904-771-0206 only 9hrs. usage $8500. call 904-881-2717 Call 389-7700
Drive for O.B.O. 912-230-6900 BOats ACURA TL'05 R TOYOTA CAMRY CHEVY SILVERADO '03 Call 389-7700
BED King Size Set Sailboats Excellent Condition LeuoJxom *.. si LE'02 74,000 ml, Hvy duty work truck, 3/4 JEEP WRANGLER '00
New In plastic, $225 SETTING UP A SHOP? l t e & o9x.5 0 06 Excellent Condition silver $9700 OB. t, cab, tow pkg, NLY 21,000 miles Must
Must sell 674-0405 Acquire It all at once at a BOat Dockage& $19,991 1-800-709185 visit us for aoil makes & Can Finance With Zero 904-535-1447 exc cond, 67kmi, $10,700.
Bargain. Declining Rentals Black Cherry H-D models BMW, Honda, Down 389-700 904-673-6955 or 673-6954 See $9,991 1-800-709-6185
R Bed Solid wood, health forces the sale of Marine E niSent e T Sportster 883L Only Chevy, Ford, Etc 998-0012 Toyota Corolla'03 -
IEFRIERAIEDSEltVItC I white twin head- my complete home wood M ari is 990 Miles Garage LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Silver, 5-speed, CHEVY JEEP WRANGLER'04
J .board, footboard, shop wall tools, and supplies Kept $ 7500 call Pontiac Bonneville 1 87,750 miles, dealer j SILVERADO 1500 Unlimited Soft Top $15,991
Average up to $40k 1st nightstand, full benches, materials & RV Rentals Theresa 712-729-5329 LINCOLN LS '06 SSE '00 Fantastic maintained, new t/ Z71 '06 Crew, 42k 1-800-709-6185
year.MORE wth p dresser, stand-up Library. Very attrac- RVs and u les shape all mainte- tires, new front and rear ml, 5.3, 4WD, tow
year...MORE with up dresser, roails, mattress, tve price. 904-384-6893 CADILLAC DEVILLE '00 Only 18K Miles Like New nonce performed brakes, new belts, great package, LS, exc cond. MAZDA CX-7'07
to 2 years military excellent condition. ask- Motorcyces/ ii Fully Loaded Immacu- $18,991 1-800-709-6185 with Recordsall avail- gas mileage. $8,500 obo. 904-284-5258 $23,000. LOW Miles, Factory
driving experience! ing $500. 904-261-9524 e Bikes late Must Sell $6935 able options $7500.OBO call 904-662-0260 for
(800) 441-95 Auto Broers 3897700 MAZDA 3 '06 Hatchback, 4-566-4666 more info. Chevy Suburban '99 Warranty $20,991
(800) -9583Bed-ToddlerLittleMD ac c4-m Excellent running 1-800-709-6185
wenradriMnTtkeso Race Ca-Tdlr w/ Miustte factory warranty $15,991 tondtio located in
L nTikes Race Car w/ Auto Parts CtaIco lDeville 94 1-800-709-6185 PONTIAC TRANS Woodbine, blue Need A Car Truck or SUV
Smttresand pad. ABOVE GROUND Antiqu/Classics T Sharp car Must see S Must Sell Take Over book 6,500. Asking Call Now No One Turned
C idC r Bed Natural finish with At ol serilees incld.$70 Only 36K MilesbDowN OneyTurned
B trfs i TPOOL 15' All acces- Automobiles sell fast$2500 OB Ceans Ylle00 Pints 652-3166 4,500. Call Chad 0 Down Only $75.00 WAC
mdattrss and padh $40.incd. 700 Y e on ruks/ ers/SUVs snly ft $l2500 OBO Cleanet You wilMes 912-882-5375 Call Chad @ 881-1378
calr s 674-4245s dba. You take downg908036283 find all power $17,990 998-0012 TOYOTA CAMRY '98
Family Home Dy-cre 67 & moveCall Pat612-2302 VaS/BUSS options runs great LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Need to Sell Two Avail- CHEVY TAHOE'05 NISSAN ARMADA'06
CPR & 1st Aid cert'd., BlueMetal Modu- AlumiumExtension $2000 or Less high miles $5500 Must able $5,999 652-3166 Excellent Condition Like New Must Sell Take
meals included 220 & r Youth Bunkbed Ladder Electric Commercial Vehicles see 904-316-1384 PORSCHE CARERRA Low Miles $16,991 Over Pmts 652-3166
209 area. LIc#F04CL 0109 Se MatchingLwnower room '01, 6Kmi, mint cand. Toyota Corolla '90- 1-800-709-6185
Sae 09 o hst m- Dehumidifier PipeO For Straiht Talk MERCEDES BENZ 420 tiptronic. white, grey I Deluxe sedan, NISSAN MURANO '05
Cire New Mattbess OBO Wrenches fishinggear AutOS/ld ted and No names SEL'87 Excellent Cond, int. premium wheels, all Lautomatic new tim DODGE RAM 1500'03 Immaculate Loaded
Call 904-505-7455 387-3015 Auto Rent/Lease Come See Must Sell This Week service recordsingbelt, water um, SLT Crew Cab Clean n Must See This One Priced
ttSA S ISJen singrbelt. waterypump, e LMust See This One Priced
Bunkbedswood BERNINA 180 St Jekis. $4,985 389-7700 Call 904-514-2532 res, bakery, bOut $13,991 1-800-709-6185 Right 17,775 3897700
withmsof r ....... A SEWING I s adLK 178k miles. $1,600D Ra LO O K
1ST CHOICE CLEANING l 300w thoot $200rer MACINE S Military, Bad Credit Mercedes 1976 450 7-1794 or $0 Dge L
-Now has special rates for Desser White, 8 Pristine condition No Credit 6004x4, 5.9 V8, 360 en L g,
res & com spring cleaning. drawer with mirror. with $200 in accessories NO PROBLEM! Ro912-552- 15 Cars And Trucks Toyota Sequdia 2002 dual ext, hooker 15 Cars And Trucks
Some day serv ovail. Move $120. Dresser 6 drawer. $1,800. Call 384-4205 912-552-3300 Take Over d ts a
Same day serve avail. Move 9Dresser 6 drawr, $1,800. Call 384-4205 Want to be treated Take Over Payments on SRS 4 WD Blue headers, new tires, cb. Take Over Payments on
In out p 264 w 3127 Bernina l0 Sewing MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS like family, come to Need A Car Truck or SUV All Of Them, Must Sell, Leather Sunroof New auto P,PB,C, runs All OfThem, Must Sell,
SLE ING SVCMachine 900 worth ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES NIMNICHT CallNo On T d AC system 104K m great. $5500 call Startng a $150 .
SJob to small. Reliab Soe 25 of assess pristine Ses, Service Pts Down Only $75.00 WAC Call Chad 881-1378 Asking $14500 6. Call Chad @1-1378
o Jb to sll. Relile Dinn Room Table conditon180 firm J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales CHEVROLET Call Chad 0 881-137n V A / F / Cs / 6 n
Quality Sth e lob/hr. leaning $5Fou. Chas one 12" 384-4205 AS achua (386) 4623039 1550 CASSAT AVE Volkswagn Beetle '85 1/2 ton, 6cyl, TOYOTA 4RUNNER '07
lazing in Orane Park to ef $ 100. ca co 3 o1 800-541-64e39 TOYOTA CAMRY '98 4s, runs 9oo Available Must Sell
9al r 4- $14 n$20 sndsun 89e-3898 NISSAN 35 '04 X T B'B01 4 cylinder, 5eau
Westsde 9045882719 912-5763130 Dinning Room 8913898 NISSAN 350Z '04 Low Miles, Sun Roof, c 652-3166
STable with four GEORGIE BOY 387-4041 Convertible Must Sell Only $6200 Call Chad @ pDGL yellow 5- 0650 0 xtra Cean 652-3
Haln/Homedics Massage choirs and one 121 MOTORHOME 05 Take Pmints 652-3166 881-1378 2DGL yellow, OBO. 573-0650708-5122 Toyota Rav4 '00 L
/ Chair Fully leaf $100 call D25 fo,3leather black seats, -ord Expedition Edde Edition. 92k miles,
enJoy heat & vari- loaded, E exc shape, $3kexCcellent condition V8 AeM / FM G/ Cas / 6 new tires, manual
Bull Doer & Back Hoe, ous massage settings Excel Power 35223500 iwarra enty piate, e. $ 9,200 shanger soof, tr isi
By the lob/hr. Clearing $125. 278-9177662-7425l a Whcr 5HP /S 352-235f-0044 ater b ice. F disc changer, sunroof, transmission power.
emab lein 7l CWashamber in Engine 904-491-7996 excellent condition, everything. Asking $7000
stump removal. Ditch- Chaber Eng PocarrowS99 35', must see. $6,975 obo. Call 352-514-6161
ing & Dirt, Small or Lrg ATTRESS FULL Size $. 7622W/Wand Y le' xce Volvo 240 Items 9 04-718-4
Jobs w/reEst. 768-5875 NEW Must Sell $140 610-3907 excellent shape lent condition thou- New Vinyl Noe TOYOTA TACOMA
sCaol Carter 484-6177 $200 sands under book ,SCovre car ecoverI Fo OT TO, 7 TO O

aMO e oemustskEnP5 Ls(D Ph 03 PT Cruiser -Turbo GTa..... $12,5u t Cooo S
Stos MATTRESS A Quee Set. Mving Soe Living 0 Askn 7 7 Chevy Caprice95 Family Owned and Operated T2 .D o thr, C,22,980. 998 -0012
E t n o32000obo. 904-874 7 Police Package Sunroof Only 35K LEXUo $ OF JACKSONVILLE
Brand NeN tn pGlastic rom 4 c. 5 $200 entrong Car interior Prices 268-2482 SIERA Z 03 u o
$150l4- 4t05 Tables Antique PACKAGE DEAL- s Strdng Car Interior Miles $18,990 998-0012
Dresser Bike Cougar FW276RLPower LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE VOLVO XC90 104
S Moving Sale Sofa Lamps Singer Sewing & S verado Options #5000 OBO cr C AWhiteTan, Fully
w/ Matching Chair Machine Office WDesk $500 '04 26,000--904-303K283s ly a Non M, Ford F-10 Super Equip. $16,990
*I'-] I1iI1, -" Cherry waterbed Bakers Rack ml, both exc cond! CHEVY CORVETTE '0S Better Service, cab 99 Great Truck 998-0012
(Callf. Kin, a nd Middelbur call Superglide Hitch Low Low Miles, Glass ~ Better Warranty, 61 F ale h 5 LEXUS9OF JACKSONVILLE
Hotdr sspr. Leave mes- 904-254-1503 $43,000.00 Cell 382-0289/ Top Chevy Pickp 19 800-709-6185
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set w/tables. Round DR 201 boys bike 10 Better Prices $15,999 Must Sell essa 409-679-3340 or
Arts & Cafts seats 4. 904-9624475 Rackford Boom Box r le $19,991 1-800-709-6185is .5 S 409679- 1

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Medical $S35 Antique Milk Can $19many Convert, Only 50K a185haeloauow soe.com 652-3166 49-67-
Aui'ions .9 Wicker Loveseat & $30. 781-6222 CHEVY IMPALA '05 (904) 662-0726 FORDP 250
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CollectaesH662-7425 or 278-9177 hard saddSle s 03 PT Cruiser -Turbo GT .... $12,588 Ford XLT '00- COUNTRY 'OR Fully,
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C WASHER RYER 2 ith G rage Eagle Stag e Kit C 01 BMW 325C .........6. bk......... $13,888 e QuIckly $16,9751 39-7700

ft o sPrivate Beach $12000 OBO 904-424-1352979 4L BO BENTLEYORAND2 KC l0hts 8 canvas
ectancs onstar all power BMW MS '06 bed cover atherextras. Ford E10 Conver-
Cltonis =Accessranvelentto Hl D optionst low m.... o 05 Toyota Cao ryl.............. .$15,8883Fully Equip. $60,990 $22,000. 904-755_8108 l siaon Van '92- new
sAccess Convelent to 1 Harley DavGdson options low miles 1.
Estate Sales 11 south Aurthur Myport 169900 cll Sportster '99 Like Chrome Rims Eye 998Honda Odysse .......LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE GMC SIERRA 7 03
I'arP atnrCourth Kings and GA 904-6450630 new, rebu engine cacther $ 900016-1384 04 H a O ey EX $17,888 J G S Z it
oft/e lsA1,S P 4tUh 5th B 12. only nk mi 985'A B.. 06I IE SA F S F700 obo. DenniLL
*n N I household camperT i Wood $6,500 obo. 912-322-,, 13K mrnding al7-3673 He 62-

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GarageSaes oen u'd BOSTO aTRERS o Caei KE NIMNICHT 4WD, Loaded, S23,991 GC YUFORD E150A'07
Gamgr.et n t 3 TSp alsHarr k & 9201 A ntic Blvd. 7s 2310 U
GadLant Arlington Set 3/ ,, 22, 8am Co/abnet with two, Harley Davidsn -,- 'aSrn. 3..0 0 1-800-709-6185 Fully Loade Cargo Van Like New
Garden twin bed, mattress & box drawers $110 firm Sportster 883 '1C 2 s 2 40 S side or 2786251 64 1 lly Lodd s5,991

ant chano at at Vteho HCheavy aPickup cur1989o1n0 Benz E920CDI 5 185At5antcBd. 998-7111
HOwarestein, sprg, whl chr babybed, 268-2482 Only2k mi, like CHRYSLER 300C '07 $50y0 0up1-800-709-618517,999652-3tyaut
JewryWadl hanging tbl, lot of Vtech TV RCA 55" $400. "new, wife's b2 X I Cna DFoal d5-F
00learni toys 0020 Carpet New blue pearl white, wl3nds'lrlu Fully Factaory Warranly uloatl Ne i hnly line wsrk S0r. 10 an
Id Stu f Sprta Rd. off Lee Rd. o12x15. s1. sissybar. $550 bc $o204 Ms 9 1-00-709-6185 I Only 5.000 miles INGTON TOYO
$5,500ms$21,9941or sC, omm 220K mi. 12000 oba.
Machineryand Satellite Radio 912-322-1155 WnCLl $6,0 00 Bo94.86.05 M
Ashford Wood cos5, greal coral
Tools Community Yard Sirius, new. $50. 278-6251 HD Road King Classic lion Inside and out call
Medical .Sale May 3rd 8-4pm 16kmi, too many extras Ic. Convt, Only 50K I I I OF ST. AUGUSTIE 66 an i9600 10939AancBs,0 omad 291302666
Misw langstoncom Located of Starrat list. $14,500. 904a-626c28 Mles d 9990 9980012 04 .Cre cab. ISUZU TROPPER '01
Miscellaneous RoaeGd InP Oaps.$600emaiJustine 2006Mercdes 10880Phlip, V6, 45k-7
cRoadm n Ocesandtslway rD. V .k i9 GA RER mCYmi w Only 65K Miles 4x4, Ex JEEPACHEROKEE O '99
c Mrcnd yur friends and family 88, $3500 Crysler Sebring Cony. 02 roan, loaaed. like new Clean, Only $6500 Call 159s Noal running.
Mu FLUTE second 387-2824 n o !6 obo 91J-32 IA5 Chad @a 881137 Call c 3178 5
Pho gor0 e ad 1166FURNITURE 7 Bgood for music 2shoroom2 minIN .m16900b91232h
ings LowPrces, good q t student, w/carry- KAWASAKI 125cc 001E0 og o ried una r
Public Sles Free delivery. Sofa's, Ing case $150 abo orig. m great on ga' KBB 9049 9
s Love seats. chars & Mustsell (904)772-8428 $995obo. 904-252-475sT DODGE CALIBUR '07

| g s m2003 Mercedes 2330US1So0u 35441 3 5 wwwcyauomotivecom
Dad ezE320 CARUSOCHRYSLER 10980 AtlanticBd 6420200
Tickets- Spn50&up. 314-1965 a. k I ~wc Excellent Cond. Musl Sell
Ja-ler-ohn Deer RidingS1X R 11001, L Mlr.1 Take Over PmRt 128E1mo.
Wanted to Buy or L Perfect condition Garage Kept B iler a TOM OTIVE DIRECTORY
VaIu Goog Kept 20 c23 sport ihiyslrr of Orange Park CIYSZ COGI Ne
I1 Yr. Old Pd. $1400 Golf Clubs, Woods Than New Must see ti4400 Ford Escort 1997
11rBe $800 firm 912-729-2755 269rons, Puffers, call 241-1398 Bld 9 18 Looip Nic 120K4
...... _Looks Nice 120K.
2002 Mered CoKdSAA PARKERaS, Sft
316th from 8-11 am Military 20% off. call dlust like new only FO DM S A
V 306 Victorlas CIrcle 778-9167ust ke new FORD MUSTANG
BIG CAPACITY, EXC. Toys Some Furniture, 912-554-0979 CD, Fully Equip A P S A D
COND. $200 for both. Etc. Sportster 2005 Sil- $16,990 998-0012 895 N Ronald Reagan Blvd.
call 904-304-8195 verH-D 883 only 90 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE FlorCHRYS JEP SuperA Duty Headqu J ln 7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
KENMREStackabi e Lo esTri., Wilderness miles Garage Kept D aA uto RD '99 iPAUL M OF O L o Jall
Washer & Dryer, white, Sub. off Marban Rd. $7000 Call Theresa $40,OM9
very good cond. $250. Furn & etc. Sat only 8-3 912-729-5329 Only $4500, LOW Miles AUDI JACKSONVILLE FORDMERCURY 904-778-7700 www.nimnicht.co0m
Call 904-887-8250 Call Chad 0 881-1378
a WASH R/- DRYE- Riverside Moving salelel sSuzuki C9oT 2006 46a a100Sou01hside Blvd. 56 000
WASHER/DRYEREverything must go0 2145 Boulevard like new Honda Acord 01 46100 Soutside Bd. 5654000 195 N Exi129 (Yulee 2253673
latemodelexc Cl9 added Power cam- Very Good Depend-
cand, $250. Can llege St. Sat/Sun 9-5. mandr cobra pipes ableXtra Clean
deliver 786-1767 Westside Orteg Adopt a Pt light bar only 1,400 miles Grat Gas MileageGABERFORDERCURY LAND ROVER JACKSONVILLE SATURN OF AVENUES
Washer Dryer Set Huge Sale Electron- .Pets & Supplies asking $9,200 912 554 0979 4 Cyl $8000 OBO Green Cove Spngs 264-4502 11211 Aanc Blvd. 6421500 0863Philips Hwy. 2627145
Frsr 1Drices HSt it ue.hold Golf Livestock s SUZUKI DIRTies 904 566-4666 BENTLEY0- RLMDe SA
- 1Heavy Dutys office School Animals WantedK MIKE SHAD FORD
fllarge capacity, 90 Club4su10 1sOffice School imal W ted BIKE RM 125, HONDA ACCORD '06 895 N Ronald Reagan Blvd AATaRD OF ORANGE PARK
works great. $225 Pri / Sat 3-u4pl5th race bike, fast Extra Clean Must Sell 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
for set. Call 904-755-8108 144Santa Cruz Lane _$2300. 352-235-0044 Take Over Pints 652-3166 Longwood/Odlando R 407-339-3443 AtThe Avenues 8105 BlandingBlvd. 779-071
BSUZUKI LTZ400 '06 HYUNDAIG350L0S 10720PhiipsHwy 904-292-3325
upsBARGAIN HUNTERS 1h .s. adult owner. $15K 1obo. Showrm9cond.,
GALORE i nn very fast, exc cond. 12,800m. 904-349-0451 MIKE DAIDSO FORD LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE SATUR
This Sat & Sun Have AKITAS TO YORKIES $4,000. 904-284-5258 ____ 10259 Merrill; FDvd. 721-5000 8600NlankOBlvd. 7258200
Women's Un form Your Garage Soalet 4 /.. "\ ATRAtantcBlvd 721-5000 8600 AlanicBlvd. 72-8200
4 items all weather The Market Placel P ASuzuki VL800 C50ATE
Repellent with z 75p M6AilowmiesB excel-T..75-306.60-JiCBlSONVlE
out Liner Excellent con- lent condition.
edition Size 10 Long Ask- SEE PUPPIES @ $5,00. Call 912-576-4029 9850 Atlan Bvd. 725-0911 IKE SHAD FORD SUBARU OF JAKSONVIE
ing $50 call 272-4227 www.thepuppyscene.com or 912-322-6756 to see. 6914SBROFJCON
Payment Plan 904.298.1105 Yamaha 650 V-Star Blending Blvd 777-2500 OF ORANGE PARK N LORT FCU Y 10800 Aantc Blvd. 641-6455
Aluminum Exten- 1045 Blanding Blvd.,OP Classlc '04- Mercedes-Benz 7700 777-373
Jison Ladder Huffy -Redkgarage700BlndngBd.4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
LElectric Lawn- AUSSIE'S-ALLCOLORS i keptik aownerg on : .;
LaPtop Compute mower Fishing Free pet carrier purse immaculate c. dtion, GABER BUICKd
L'aptoC er-Rods and Reels 387-3015 with any toy or teacup 3,000 miles, windshield,
70D 133MH Yorkles$499o-up saddlebags, backrest, 3 1o9% 2env n 64-2 au',1*Ai:'irr-"SMART CAR CENTER
k l720CDT 133MHz 4 Husky 1750 PSI PET WORLD 262-4646 helmets, $4,275 U1GCeL2MERCURY
meory, DRive umrk a32leccrincluded A4-K81-2717 on Select CedriK7ed OF JACKSONVILLE
great! $80 249-1666 list $182 sell $100 weeks, HC, fami y pproed credit 4660 Suthside Blvd. 642-6060 1503 Phil54-4826 a andg
241-1398 raised. Call 386-397-1331 Auto Parts COG IfKs Wy. 854
Stlau Gas Hedge CHIHUAHUA PUPS 8wks $ BIG J TOWING $ appro ed 40udB 620rC K
Trimmer 21" good not reg., short hair, TOp Dollar For junk &920071Mercedes. anid 724-2310
condition $150 4M/2F $175ea. 904-318-1828 unwan ted a arn. Benz s5o AM 9201 Atantic BlvdI
A Ba. Lanstonl Sule a610-3907r 2 07-5566 or 755-0629 GARBER GMC TRUCKS LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
o0yrs of collecting.. FERRETS (2) females Sport Package1285 CLAUDE NOLAAv CAD C 389-7700
Fine Items- 4 genera- w/cage &lots of access. Ford 1994 Crown L9,959 Green Cve Spings 26-4502 www.l0tus0acksonvle.m
tions, 1830-1990's turn $300 firm. 904-374-5749 Gre Vvc Spnrebui Trns 5 m2so BEACH BLVD 998-9992
Incl. wicker, mah. / Vic rebuilt Trans-.4700 Southside Bl. 642.5111 GreeBECHBLVSprings cr5S4-M
chests, tables, secre- Free To Good & Loving J mission for $250 will 2006 Mercedes
toary, D/R & B/R sets Home 3 male, 2 toemal- fit most Ford Mer-
Pottery & elegant glass- 4 VitaSpa -4 person Chihuahua & Dachs- curyor Lincoln vehicles Benz E320 CDiLC10585Aacd. 998-7111
ware,sterling, linens, "hottub, 412x6 hund'mixed. 7wk, ,,1 93-96 ca I1 779-7718 "Diesel" Leather, 7999 Blending Blvd, 778-7700 www.cityautomrtlve cm
books, art, linens, paper, 1/2ft, 41/2 years old, 904-695-1110 KHUMO Tires 375. Sunroof Loaded C GIN HONDA ONA
rugs, records, military. rprig ce$2,500. FREE to good home Brand new 1986 Old 1.9% apr $36,959 PARKER CADILLAC TOM BUSH MAZA
and much more. $800 obo. call 269-2258 Corgi mix/F, spayed, 375BezutBd. (904)8249181 AtlancBd. 725t0911
Wed 5-7 (S's at@ 8am) approx 2-3yrs, sweet Mickey sticks 28X9
1Thu1733 S ate-D.Ny loving, good w/kids/cats/ On wheels $250 379-1805 2004 Mercedes ARLINGTON TOYOTA
Ft. Caroine W of dogs, shots/wormed, Rims- 5-20" MBen Low CMAZDA CITY 109A Bd. 76
Monument. off C. Bennett WatMtrigWhousebroken, 904-304-0840 19 Mori
t. hoone broken. 904-304-04 n 0 OF ST. AUUSTINE 6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600 TOYOTA AVEUES
www.blangsto0n.com Men's Wedding FRENCH BULL DOG mirror machine fin- Pkg, Loaded 2898 US Hwy 1 S. 1-800-456-1689TOYOTAAVENUES
iPUpS 14K, 4 smal PUPS- AKC, sm. ears, 2M ish. fits 6 lug Tun- 19%apr$35,989 COGIN Al NA
Ringo14K, 4 small $1600 brlndle 828-308-9538 dro, Titan, &Chevy 9COGGIN CHEV AVENUES
Fr iendiamonds, $325 .. 8 3 trucks w/ lugs & centerCHV
New-1Mensnuget GERMAN SHEPHERD caps. $600 obo. Justine 2006 Mercedes 10880 Philips Hwy. 2660-07
ring, 6 small diamonds; PUPS- POP 5MNiF $325- 904-8384099 1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900 BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC KEIT PIERSON TOYOTA
uBEDn APBarillow.a $150 $150newmustsee, Ask- $1s. Readyf.8 BenE80TLthr, a -CREST CHEVROLET LOUSOBHHONDA 10231AancBd 724-1080
Queen Pio Thome s/w, 8 wks 259-8778 Tires and Rims Sunroof, Auto,.
Brand New 904-674-0405 Call Randall 904-860-0767 GOLDEN R P15/6R14, M&S, Tinted Windows 8281 MenIll Rd. 721-1880 OF THE AVE501 Yunnan Cie. 7UES MERCEDES BEZ71
AKC/CKC re. S&W. HC, JUniroyal 1.9% apr $29,959 O EEM D B
$450. Call 904845-2781 Tiger-Paw, less than 4k ARUDER CHEW 133PhlsHV 370riA0ERTOTA
MAINECOON KITTENS in $200 269 1478 2001 Mercedes Green Cove Spnngs 264-4502 1F Pp H. 7 1310 Cassat Ave- 3894861
3 females Tonneau Cove Benz SLSOO AUG LUCAS HONDA O A 7018 Blnding Blvd m-5900

bed, EC, e $700 Trade, Loaded 1166 Blending Blvd. 272-2200
Basstracker Pro- make a fh t JERRYHAMMCHEV
team 175 '06- Mer- 2003 Mercedes 2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036 1481 Wells Road 265-2603
~J)Ury 4 Stroke, 60
trollinH motEFI ncd. be COn-1o OANGE PARK
with CD, binl, cover. vertibe Only 19K Macclenny 259-6117 Vi URUUE CITY 9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
$12 000 obo. 904-755-8108. CHEVY CORVETTE -'71, Miles, $27,959 CITY MIBSlBISHI
LT- clone bik, show Certfied NIMNICHT CHEV 7600 BlandingB. 899-0900
-Ttps $25k 63-120 2001 8430 1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041 KEY YNDAI 10585www.cityautomotive.com 565-249 I
custom built-1975 With TImeport- 4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060 CP SMiOSUBISHI
-Saboo, 3o f, Phone, 6 Disc CD, __ __ __ CITY AUTO LEASING
sleeps 4, 3 sails die- Loaded, Local Of ORNE PARK
asel engine 25 gallon ACURA 35. RL '00 7kmi Trade, For Only A___anc ___ivd,_ 722-1
fuel 30 gallon water 3 new Mich. tires, exc I1 I;:1C 7HRYSLER
2003 Mercedes 2330 US1 South 354-4421 ATLANTIC INFINITI www cityautomotive crm
Benz E320 CARUSO CHRYSLER 10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200 m m I '-: I
Harmon Kardon 1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 COGGIN N AR-ATWATIC
Stereo, Low Miles FRANK GRIFFIN00Aanc Blvd 642-7900 BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
2005 C230 Sport Chrysler of Orange Park CITY ISU C06GIN NISSAN-AVENUES www.beachblvdautomotive.com
Sedan, Local uno 1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111 10859 Philips Hw 880-3000 6833 Beach Blvd. 7243511
Auto, 6 DisocoC GARBER CHRYSLER www cityautomotive com ImE U1 rm OF JAX BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
20 Mr es Green MIve Sp Hdng 264-2416 1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3521 PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
Benz C240 JAGUAR JACKSONVILLE 10211 Atlantc Blvd. 7241080
Leather, Sunroof U.S.1 SouthStAug. 904-794-990
Besides protection our country, military CDPiayer;Auto .. 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 6421500 MIKE SHAD NISSANOFOP Lexus of Jacksonville

99 ,s j 912,951 173 Cassat Ave. 389-T/92
-j - -- -- zu i736 aaS Avet. 389-77921565 Wells Rd. 269-9400 Pre-Owned Center
personnel stationed in our communities 1999 Mercedes RICK KEFFER 1eAtlandic Bvd 998-0012
Benz C280 1-95 Exit 129, Fem Bch.
donated 650,620 hours of volunteer er, 1-228-7454 ATLANTICJEEP TomBushMW
Alloy Wheels, COGGN PN7iA.GM Tom Bush BMW
Local Trade 2330 US 1 South 354-4421 9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381
service in Northeast Florida and $10,959* I'E l r CARUSOJEEP 9201Atlantic Blvd. 7242310 ToBus Autlex
1997 Mercedes ATLANTIC DODGE 1750 Southside Blvd. 7257300 GARBER PONTIAC Tom B At l
Benz C280
Southeast Georgia last year. Their timeSunof,Leather 2330US1South 3544421 FRANKGRIFFIN GreenCoveSpn 2644502
Given to community organizations, 9A UeOTrade
was given to community organizations, $9, d REGENCY DODGE 1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033 11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826 233 East State St. 356-8491

church groups, youth activities, scouting We have overso N'BR GE 2CASSAT MIKE S
and moreMeredes-Benz Green Cove Spngs 264-2416 1736CassatAve 389-7792 CS
choose rom 7233 Blanding Blvd 77-5500 -95 E 129, Fern Bc .100228745 JEEP DODGE
Car Fax proudly JEEP DODGE
displayed on RICKKEFFER I M T M 9A& BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000
a n k y!il1-95 E 129, Fern Bh. 1-002287454 ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO WORD PORTS

1672 CassatAve. 384-6561 6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078 895 N Ronald Reagan Blvd www.wodimportsusa.com
. .I.. ri.ews M i ... C des.. P Longwood/OdandoAR 407-339-3443 11650 BEACH BLVD: 998-9992

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