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Base Cleanup
Volunteers Spruce Up Shoreline
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Sailors help preserve historic nature trail
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N AS Jacksonville En-
vironmental Department
teamed up with Sailors
and the ground maintenance
crew of Tillie K. Fowler Regional
Park March 20 to complete the
renovation of the 3,000-foot of
historical brick road and the
streams that run through it.
Tillie K. Fowler Regional Park
was originally part of Camp
Joseph E. Johnston used to train
American troops during World
War I, and has 16-foot wide old
brick road that pre-dates 1917.
The brick road helped serve as
a path to transport supplies. It
can be found at several locations
in the park. The park is owned
by the Navy, who leased it to the
City of Jacksonville for public rec-
reational access in 1979.
The historical brick road had
been a work in progress over the
past few years and aside from the
small signs posted nearby went
unseen by park visitors. The road
was in desperate need of reno-
vation in order to be used as a
nature trail.
The road was covered through
the years with natural debris and
with the help of volunteers, will
be uncovered. Volunteers showed
up to help uncover the remaining
1,500 feet by bringing shovels,
rakes,'brooms, their time and a
lot of elbow power. The city pro-
vided a bobcat and a claw truck to
hall off the debris.
After the volunteers received
their safety brief from Safety
Specialist Maynard Cox of the
NAS Jacksonville Safety Office,


they were
and given


Photo by MC1(AW) Toiete Jackson
GM2 James Wright clears debris from a historical brick road at Tillie K. Fowler Regional Park to help preserve a piece of history.
assigned their duties situation for the Navy as well as ralist. "My goal was not only pre- overwhelming supportand pas-
their clean-up equip- for the city because getting man- serving a piece of history, but to sion provided by the volunteers.


ment.
According to Leslie Royce, a
park naturalist with the City of
Jacksonville who runs the park's
nature center, Sailors participat-
ing in the clean-up is a win-win


power to clear it has been a chal-
lenge.
Prior to the clearing debris from
the brick road, Royce gave volun-
teers a brief history of the park
and her goals as the park natu-


make the park more wheelchair
accessible," said Royce.
Vivian Harold, administrative
aide for Jacksonville's Clean It
Up, Green It Up Program, was on
hand and very pleased with the


"I think this is awesome that
the Navy is involved in the com-
munity and that they are doing
this. It is also as a part of the

See PARK, Page 14


Local Sailors

compete in Military

Nationals Powerlifting

Championships

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor

NAS Jax Kennel Supervisor MA1 Torey Taylor and
ET2(SW) Donovan Davis of Fleet Area Control
and Surveillance Facility Jax competed in the
Military Nationals Powerlifting Championships March
7-8 at NAS Pensacola, Fla. Although the Navy doesn't
have an official powerlifting team like the other branches
of service, Navy members can compete as individuals in
the different categories.
Taylor, who earned two gold medals (overall and bench
press) in this year's competition, also participated in
the 2003 and 2004 nationals. "I missed the past couple
years because I was on deployment but I plan to be there
again next year. I really enjoy lifting weights and like
to compete. It's a great feeling to earn a gold medal for
something you love doing," said Taylor, who has earned
six gold medals since he started competing. "I compete in
the bench press, squat and deadlift categories. This year
was my best year ever, I lifted 530 pounds in the dead lift
category."
According to Taylor, he trains about four days each week
with his "team" at NAS Jax. "I train with Donovan and my
co-workers at the Fitness Source. We also compete in most
of the base competitions," he said.
In the future, Taylor plans to attend the pro-circuit meet
in June in Lakeland. "I can't go any higher in the military
so I need more of a challenge. Hopefully, I'll be picked up
by a sponsor so some of my expenses will be covered when
I attend the different meets," stated Taylor, who plans to
retire from the Navy in about six years.


SAnnual NMCRS


fund drive kicks off


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


Photos courtesy of MA I Torey Taylor
ET2 Donovan Davis of Fleet Area Control and Surveillance
Facility Jax participates in the dead-lift competition during
the Military Nationals Powerlifting Championships at NAS
Pensacola, March 7-8.


MA1 Torey Taylor of the NAS
jax Security Department bench
presses 429 pounds during the
Military Nationals Powerlifting
Championships. Taylor earned a
gold medal for his efforts.


"After I retire, maybe
I'll lift weights as my
next career."
Davis has been com-
peting for the past 10
years. "I've won numer-
ous titles in Georgia,
Florida and Virginia.
God has blessed me
with natural strength,
so I find it easy to push
weight around the
gym. I was inspired to
enter this competition
through the young men
that I train and coach at
Ed White High School
where I am the strength
and conditioning and
offensive line coach,"
said Davis.

See POWER LIFTING, Page 9


This year's Navy and Marine Corps Relief-
Society (NMCRS) Fund Drive began March
17 with an organizational kickoff at the NAS
Jacksonville Officers' Club.
.The fund drive is held each year to generate dona-
tions to benefit the local NMCRS an organization
that assists hundreds of Sailors and Marines and
their families each month in the Jacksonville area.
By donating during the NMCRS Fund Drive, service
members are taking care of their own. It's a way to
help others and possibly yourself someday during a
time of need.
"We don't actually have a set goal this year but are
striving to raise $240,000. Last year, our goal was to
reach $255,000 and $365,000 was raised," remarked
Lt. Chip Shaw of NAS Jax Air Operations Department
and Navy Region Southeast's NMCRS Fund Drive
chairperson for the drive. "It's going to be a great fund
drive and we are motivated."
Each command on base is assigned a keyperson to
ensure 100 percent contact is made during the drive.
Armed with allotment forms, these keypersons will
attempt to visit with as many Sailors and Marines
as possible to ensure everyone has an opportunity to
donate to the NMCRS.
"My ultimate mission is to surpass our goal by at
least 110 percent and basically to have 100 percent
contact for the entire region. Even if the Sailors don't
give, I want them to at least be aware of what we are
doing and what it's for. A lot of people, especially the

See NMCRS, Page 14


New crosswalk being installed
The new hangar and fleet support facility being constructed near the Yorktown Gate
has reduced the size of the parking lot at VP-30. In an effort to alleviate the shortage of
parking spaces, portions of the Brew House parking lot and a new parking lot on the cor-
ner of Gillis Street and Yorktown Avenue have been made available for VP-30 personnel.
The use of these parking areas will inevitably create an unprecedented number of
pedestrians crossing Yorktown in the general area of Gillis Street.


To provide a safe crossing of Yorktown Avenue for VP-30 personnel, a new crosswalk
and pedestrian light will be temporarily installed on or about April 1, about 100 feet east
of Gillis Street where there are currently lane lights. The temporary crosswalk lights will
eventually be replaced with a permanent traffic light to be erected at the corner of Gillis
Street and Yorktown Avenue on or about May 30.
All drivers should use caution when driving in this area and get accustomed to the new
traffic control signalization.


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Hey MoneyMan!
My wife and I are trying
to get our spending under
control but we have differ-
ent ideas about how to do
this. We have talked with
professional financial advi-
sors but they all seem to
want to sell us something.
This does not help us
reduce our spending.
Where can we go to find
good information on bud-
gets and spending plans?
MonevMan Sez:
You have lots of options.
One of the first places you
should try is the Navy-
Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS). They are located
near the front gate of NAS
Jax in Building 13.
You may also want to
check out the Fleet and
Family Support Center,
your local bank or credit
union. At NMCRS, they will
Volunteers needed
volunteers are needed
for this year's third
annual Capt. Chuck
Cornett Navy Run April 5.
There are numerous oppor-
tunities available. For
more information, call Tim
McKinney at 542-3239.


help you understand your
finances and give you lots
of information on budget-
ing, saving and investing.
They also have some help-
ful hints on reducing your
expenses. Stop by their
office and ask for a copy of
the "Be Money Wise" hand-
out. It provides a quick and
simple way to record and
evaluate your income and
expenses and it provides
recommendations on how
you can improve the bottom
line.
If you want to sit down
with a caseworker and go
over your budget, they offer
that service as well. Best of
all, it is free.

More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


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ELBIE YATES


are here.

Last book
the Phoenix


Favorite
backroads.

Most Int


Job title/command:
IT Support Technician


Hometown: Orange Park

Favorite duty station/
Why? NAS Jacksonville.
because all my friends and family



read: Harry Potter and the Order of


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teresting Experience: Watching a


Missile test off the back of a ship.

Who are your heroes? My parents.


SUNDAY SERVICES

You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Sunday:

Sunday 8:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist
Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
Worship
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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SN KEVIN LAWSON

Job title/command:
NAS Jax

Hometown: Baltimore,
4y Md.


Favorite duty station/
Why? NAVSTA Annapolis be-
cause it's so laid back there.

Last book read: I don't remember.

Favorite pastime: Sleeping

Most interesting experience: Driving a
ship.

Who are your heroes? My mom.


Fleet Seminar Program being offered
From the Naval War College

The Naval War College's (NWC) College of
Distance Education will again offer its Fleet
Seminar Program in the Jacksonville area. This
academic year (September 2008 May 2009), the
National Security Decision Making Course will be
offered in Jacksonville and the Strategy and War, and
Joint Maritime Operations Courses will be offered at
NS Mayport.
This highly acclaimed program parallels, to a major
degree, the course of study followed by students in the
College of Naval Command and staff in Newport, R.I.
Three-hour classes are held in the evening (one night
per week for approximately 35 weeks).
All seminars are led by top quality adjunct faculty
members from the local area. Students can earn a
NWC diploma, JPME Phase I credit and up to 21
graduate credit hours. All books and materials are
provided on a loan basis and there is no tuition charge.
Enrollment is open to U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps
and U.S. Coast Guard 03 or above, U.S. Army and U.S.
Air Force 04 or above or Department of Defense GS-11
or above. All applicants must possess a baccalaureate
degree.
Call Dave Fay at 317-7902 or e-mail dfay@lsijax.com
for more information. Applications will be online begin-
ning April 1 at http://nwc.navy.mil and are due by June
30.


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CNRSE chief of staff retiring after 30 years


By MC2 Monica Nelson
Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs

Navy Region Southeast's
Chief of Staff Capt. Matt
Schellhorn, will com-
plete 30 years of service with the
United States Navy, retiring in a
ceremony at NS Mayport's C-12
Hangar tomorrow.
The son of Mae and the late
Charles Schellhorn of Brewster,
Mass., Schellhorn was commis-
sioned an ensign in May 1978
through the Navy Reserve Officer
Training Corps.
Schellhorn was designated a
naval aviator in June 1980 and
reported to the HSL-32 "Invaders,"
flying the SH-2F Sea Sprite. In
January 1984, he was assigned
as a flight instructor with the
HSL-30 "Neptune's Horsemen." In
November 1986, he again reported
to HSL-32 where he was officer-
in-charge of Detachment Three on
board USS Stark (FFG 31).
"All of my Navy tours are mem-
orable, but serving on the USS
Stark when it got hit in 1987
was the tour that's had the most
impact on me," said Schellhorn.
"We were hit by two Iraqi missiles
right under the port bridge wing
and lost 37 people. It made every-


Capt. Matt Schellhorn


thing real and strengthened my
tie with the Navy, strengthened
my belief that we were doing the
right thing not only there, but
around the world."
That was the same tour that
gave Schellhorn a deeper confi-
dence in people. "It's people who
make up the Navy, not the ships,
not the aircraft. People are the
real backbone of what we do. Even
the E-1 is taking care of the 0-6.
It's a two-way street. We put a lot
of responsibility on a lot of folks
at a very young age. We're always
taking care of one another. It's


the thing that makes our Navy so
good," he continued.
"People are also what I will miss
most leaving the Navy. I think
of the guys we lost fighting fires
out there, guys we couldn't get
out of berthing compartments, the
people I've worked with every day
in each command."
In January 1980, Schellhorn
transferred to HSL-34
"Greencheckers" where he was
recognized as Pilot of the Year
for 1991. "Becoming a pilot was
definitely one of my greatest per-
sonal accomplishments," said
Schellhorn. "Its tough training
and you learn a lot in a really
brief period."
His next assignment was to
the Secretary of the Navy's staff
as the director of the White
House Liaison Office where he
also served in the Office of the
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
for Manpower and Reserve
Affairs.
He then completed transition
training to the SH-60 Seahawk
Helicopter and Light Airborne
Multipurpose System MK III
Weapons System, reporting
in June 1994, as executive offi-
cer of HSL-42 "Proud Warriors."


He fleeted up as commanding
officer from September 1995 to
January 1997. Subsequently, he
was assigned to USS Guam as
air boss, remaining on board until
September 1998.
"For an E-l, a government ser-
vice employee or the CNO, I'd
say the same thing you have
to take care of your people. You
must make sure they have the
tools they need to succeed," said
Schellhorn. "You definitely have
to be the guy that does the home-
work first. You have to know it
before they know it. You lead by
example. Other may never see it,
but you have to be humble and
have strong character."
Schellhorn transferred from
USS Guam (LPH-9) to the United
States Joint Forces Command as
deputy of the Deployable Training
Team, supporting joint and multi-
national training for three years.
In August 2001, he assumed com-
mand of NS Mayport.
"As a leader it is your respon-
sibility to make sure those under
you know your expectations.
When they follow through on your
expectations, there needs to be
a reward, whether it's a thank
you or a pat on the back," said


Schellhorn. "Thank you's go a long
Way."
Following his tour as com-
manding officer (CO) of
Mayport, Schellhorn was
assigned as Operations Support
Program director on the staff
of Commander, Navy Region
Southeast. He assumed the posi-
tion of chief of staff, Navy Region
Southeast in March 2006 and will
turned over his gold augulette to
Capt. Matt Straughan in a brief
ceremony yesterday.
"This has to be the other great
personal accomplishment,"
Schellhorn said, of his position at
Navy Region Southeast.
"I always wanted to be a squad-
ron CO, but never even dreamed
of being an installation CO.
This is one of the ways the Navy
brought me beyond goals I had
hoped to achieve."
Schellhorn's future plans include
staying in Jacksonville where he
and his wife have lived for the
past seven years."This town treats
the military with an awful lot of
respect and they appreciate what
we bring to the community. They
understand why we do what we
do and the people thank you for
it," said Schellhorn.


Straughan assumes chief of staff position of Navy Region Southeast


By MC2 Monica Nelson
Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs
Capt. Matt Straughan relieved Capt.
Matt Schellhorn as chief of staff,
Navy Region Southeast yesterday
at NAS Jacksonville.
Straughan graduated from Mercer
University with a Bachelor of Arts degree
in 1981. After completing Aviation Officer
Candidate School, he was commissioned a
naval officer, earning his naval flight offi-
cer (NFO) "Wings of Gold" in August 1982.
After fleet replacement training in the
EA-6B Prowler, he reported to the VAQ-133
"Wizards." While assigned, he made two
Western Pacific and Indian Ocean deploy-
ments on board USS Enterprise (CVN-65).
Straughan's first shore tour was as an
instructor at VT-86, the advanced flight
training squadron for all strike-aircraft
bound NFOs. His next sea-duty assignment


S was with the
"Black Ravens"
of VAQ -13 5
assigned to
C' USS Abraham
Lincoln (CVN-
72). While there,
he made his
third and fourth
Western Pacific
and Arabian
Gulf deploy-
Capt. Matt Straughan ments in support
of Operations
Desert Storm and Southern Watch.
Straughan's next tour was at the Joint.
Command and Control Warfare Center at
Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.
Following that tour, he earned his master's
degree from the Naval War College.
In July 1997, he served as the executive offi-


cer of the VAQ-128 "Fighting Phoenix" from
their pre-commissioning through two deploy-
ments to Saudi Arabia. During their first
deployment, the squadron conducted combat
operations in Operation Desert Fox and par-
ticipated in Operation Southern Watch.
Straughan became commanding officer
of VAQ-128 in May 1999 and in December


1999, they deployed to Incirlik, Turkey
in support of Operation Northern Watch.
Under his command, VAQ-128 won the
Battle E and earned the Radford Award,
presented each year to the most outstand-
ing EA-6B squadron in the Navy.

See STRAUGHAN, Page 8


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SK1 Tara Skarnikat and SK1 Trevin Byrd of Aviation Support
Detachment Jax do their best to manuever their canoe as then
head out on the St. Johns River to participate in the cleanup.


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Maynard Cox of the NAS Jax Safety Office gives a brief on
what critters to watch out for while scouring the shoreline for
trash. "We have lots of poisonous insects and snakes here so
just be cautious," he reminded the volunteers.


NAS Jax Environmental Officer Kevin Gartland asks for volun-
teers to head to the Tillie K. Fowler Regional Park to help with
a clean-up project during the morning briefing March 20.


Mulberry Cove Marina Manager Phil Collins (left) presents
the award for the most unusual piece of trash found to team
members (from left) GSM2 Daniel Carrasco, A02 David
Whitener and AEC(AW) Tracy Witherspoon of the Naval
Waterfront Brig after the clean-up. The group found a lawn
cart along the bank and hauled it back in a canoe. They also
found numerous old bottles, a snakeskin and part of the
underbelly of an alligator. The team received stainless steel
water canteens and a trash picker upper for their efforts.


A group of Sailors from Transient Personnel Unit Jax proudly
show how much trash they picked up during the shoreline
cleanup March 20.
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By Kaylee LaRocque
SEditor
Nearly 125 volunteers turned out for the annual
NAS Jacksonville Shoreline Cleanup March 20 at
the Mulberry Cove Marina. Volunteers from the
various NAS Jax tenant commands spent their morning
scouring the shoreline on foot and in canoes picking up
more than 6,000 pounds of trash and debris.
The event began at the marina with a short safety brief.
As volunteers grabbed plastic bags and gloves they head-
ed out along the shoreline and into the canoes. Another
group headed to Tillie K. Fowler Regional Park to work on
another beautification project there, the restoration of the
historical brick road that runs through the park.
"For the past 10 years, the men and women at NAS Jax
have been involved with ensuring that we keep our five
miles of shoreline clean. We want to remain good environ-
mental stewards within the Jacksonville community," said
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. "This
is not something we do just once a year, we do our best to
keep our base and shoreline clean year round."
"The shoreline cleanup is in coordination with the City
of Jacksonville's river cleanup. We plan to spend a couple
hours cleaning up our five miles of shoreline at NAS
Jax. We have a good crowd out here today and it's just a
great event," added Natural Resources Manager Christine
Bauer.
Department representatives were on hand to guide
volunteers through the shoreline by land and sea. There
were teams in the brush along the river's edge, canoes
skimming trash out of the water and boats for the larger
trash items.
"I'm out here today because I want to help out our
environment. I plan to pick up trash wherever they need
me today. I've participated in a lot of cleanup out in
town and think it's important to help keep our planet a
clean place to live," said AE2 Sean Lanier of Transient
Personnel Unit Jax.
"I'm here today to help clean up the coastline. This
really is a great event," added EO3 John DeCarlo of
Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 202.
The strong efforts of the environmental department and
the tenant commands that lent a helping hand turned out
to be a huge success. The combined efforts
brought in more than 6,000 pounds of trash
and debris.
"We have manatees, a large variety of
fish and wading birds in these areas. It's
important to keep the river and shoreline
clean to protect the wildlife," said NAS Jax
Assistant Hazardous Waste Manager Billie
Brownfield. "We get a huge amount of trash
building up on our shorelines due to the
currents. Much of it comes off the Buckman
Bridge and from the downtown area. By
holding these cleanup, it helps keep the ..
trash situation under control."
At the end of the event, a barbeque was
held followed by a shore presentation to
recognize the winner who found the most
unusual item during the clean up. The
award was presented to a team of volun-
teers, GSM2 Daniel Carrasco, A02 David
Whitener and AEC(AW) Tracy Witherspoon
of the Naval Waterfront Brig who found an
old lawn cart along the shore.
"I think the most usual things we found
today was the lawn cart and some of these
old bottles including an old glass aspirin
bottle. It was awesome out here today. We
had beautiful weather and we were cleaning B
up the environment," said Witherspoon.
Next year's event is already being planned AE2 Sean La
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GM2 Adam Linton paddles to clear spot on the shoreline to
look for trash.


GM2 Miguel Leboy puts trash in a bag as GMC Roger Isom
tries to balance himself in the canoe.


UT2 Joshua Collmer of Construction Battalion Maintenance
Unit 202 hands an old gas can to Brenda Surmonte of
the Commander, Navy Region Southeast Environmental
Department. Collmer and his co-worker UT2 Daniel Goodwin
collected a variety of debris including an old sewer pipe,
hunting knife, wood and plastic from along the shoreline.


nier of Transient Personnel Unit Jax dumps a back of trash that
d along the shoreline in a trailer to be hauled off.


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NAS Jax Supply Officer Cmdr. Terry Surdyke (left) and Bill Raspet of the NAS jax Environmental Department push a piece of a dock off the shoreline to be hauled away during the cleanup.


Rob Larsen of the NAS Jax Safely Department reaches through
the bushes to pick up some trash during the annual shoreline
clean-up March 20.


These are just some of the unusual items the volunteers
found. They include a turtle shell, gar fish head, baseball bat
and softball and a fish depth finder.


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trash bag at the RV Park.


ET2(SW) Samuel Herediaperez hands a piece of wood to
ET2(SW) St. Clair Francis, both of Air Operations, to be put
onto a trailer and hauled away.


(From left) GSM2 Daniel Carrasco, AEC(AW) Tracy Wither-
spoon and AO2 David Whitener of the Naval Waterfront Brig
investigate all the pieces of trash they picked up during the
cleanup, including the lawn cart.








6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 27, 2008


Women's


History


Month



observed

By QM2 Nicole Beatty
Assistant Editor
Military and civilian personnel
from around the base met for
breakfast at the Flight Line
Caf6 to celebrate National Women's
History Month March 18. The event
is held each year to education the
public of women who have made
significant contributions in history.
This year's theme was "Women's Art;
Women's Vision."
NAS Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. opened
the ceremony by thanking Navy Band
Southeast for performing and the Multi-
Cultural Awareness Committee (MCAC)
for coordinating the celebration.
"It's hard to believe that it has only
been since 1908 that women have
really been in the Navy. It started
with the Nurse Corps and it was 85
years later in 1993, when Congress
released the statutory prohibition
against women in combat," said
Scorby. "Think how far women have
come in what is really a short time.
However, think about how long it
took to get there. Today we have more
than 51,000 women on active duty
and they comprise 15 percent of the
total force."
Following Scorby's opening
remarks, a poetry reading was pre-
sented by SK2 Ederson Lambert.
Lambert wrote a poem inspired by
Phillis Wheatley. Wheatley was the
first African American writer in the
history of the United States.
YN1 Sha'ron Jenkins then
introduced the guest speaker,
CMDCM(AW/SW) Evelyn Banks,
command master chief of the United
States Naval Academy.
Banks led her speech by quoting


Photos by QM2 Nicole Beatty
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. presents a plaque to
'CMDCM(AW/SW_ Evelyn Banks, command master chief of the U.S. Naval Academy to
thank her for attending the NAS Jax Women's History Month Observance March 18.
CMDCM(AW/SW)
Evelyn Banks, com-
mand master chief
of the United States
Naval Academy,
delivers an inspiring
speech as the guest
speaker at the NAS
Jax Women's History
Month Observance 71
Breakfast. Banks
spoke about the trials
and tribulations of
women in the United
States Navy.


Nelson Mandela and discussing the
women who have influenced her life.
"Today, we have more women grad-
uating college these days, we have
more women that are willing to do
some of the more untraditional jobs
these days so I'd like to focus on a few
women who touched and shaped my
life," she said.
"I need to talk about the women
who have influenced me, particularly
my mother who was instrumental in
who I am. She taught me the value
of 'if you don't have anything good to
say, don't say anything at all,"' said
Banks. "My two grandmothers taught
me the value of cooking and doing the
right thing. My daughters have also
shown me I still have my own short-
comings."
Banks also mentioned several mili-
tary members who have mentored
here during her military career. "I
had a couple women who guided me
along the way and helped me become


successful. The first is Capt. Yolanda
Reagan, Chief of Naval Operations
diversity director. She has been an
inspiration to me throughout the
years. The second is Mo Jenkins. She
was an enlisted person who wanted a
commission and worked her way up
and became a nurse practitioner and
is now teaching college. She taught
me the value of perseverance," contin-
ued Banks. "And then there is a col-
lection of all the junior women Sailors
in my life. The biggest thing I got
from all these women was the power
of attitude and how they impacted
others."
At the conclusion of her speech,
Scorby presented Banks with a plaque
for participating in the NAS Jax
Women's History Month Observance.
The MCAC is currently seeking new
members to be a part of future cel-
ebrations. The committee meets every
Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the CO's confer-
ence room located in Building 1.


Education fair coming up

From the Navy College Office
The Navy College Office is sponsoring an education
fair April 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the NAS Jax
Bachelor Officer's Quarters.
The following colleges will be represented at the
event: Central Texas College, City University, Coastline
Community College, Dallas County Community College,
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Empire State
College, Excelsior College, Florida Community College,
Jacksonville, Fort Hays State University, George
Washington University, Old Dominion University, St.
Joseph's College of Maine, Southern New Hampshire
University, Thomas Edison State College, Troy State
University, University of Maryland and Vincennes
University.
The Navy College Learning Center, United Services
Military Apprenticeship Program and Troops to Teachers
will also have booths set up.
For more information, call 542-2477/78.

IA luncheon 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 at michael.brazier@
navy.mil by tomorrow.
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Photos by Frank Taomina
From left, George (Nick) and Carol Smichnick and Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
Commanding Officer Capt. Tim Matthews get together for a photo after a ceremony to honor
Nick for his 50 years of government service March 6.


Smichnick honored for 50


years government service
By Frank Taormina ist
FRCSE Public Affairs Specialist | '' M


eorge (Nick) Smichnick, an aero-
space engineering technician at
Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
(FRCSE), celebrated 50 years of govern-
ment service at a Length of Service Award
(LOS) ceremony March 6 at FRCSE.
Smichnick's service includes 20 years of
honorable service in the U.S. Navy.
Originally from Monongahela, Pa.,
Smichnick began his military career in
1954 when he enlisted in the Navy and
reported for basic training at the U.S.
Naval Training Center Bainbridge in Port
Deposit, Md., which closed its doors in 1976
after 34 years. After completing basic train-
ing, Smichnick went to Norman, Okla. to
attend Airman Preparatory School. Other
duty stations included NAS Jacksonville for
Aviation Ordnance "A" school, NAS Oceana,
Va. where he reported to Fleet Aircraft
Service Squadron Five and USS Roosevelt
(CVA-42) in Norfolk, Va. In April 1958,
Smichnick was honorably discharged with
four years service.
Upon his discharge, Smichnick returned
to his home in Monongahela, but the job
niarket was not good and work was scarce.
Not one to sit still, Smichnick thought this
was a perfect time to further his educa-
tion. Using his GI Bill benefits, he enrolled
in the Allied Institute of Technology in
Chicago, Ill. for training as .a machinist
and tool and die maker. After graduat-
ing in 1959, Smichnick again returned to
Monongohela and got a job at United States
Steel in Clairton, Pa. as an electrician's
helper. Unfortunately, in 1960 Smichnick
got laid off and the steel mill closed its
doors, so he decided to go back into the
Navy where he spent the next 16 years
before again being honorably discharged at
NAS Oceana, Va. in June 1976.
Smichnick didn't have to go far to find
work this time and found a civilian job just
down the road at NAS Norfolk, where he
was hired by Grumman Aircraft as a qual-
ity assurance inspector/engineering tech-
nician for the F-14 Hole Repair Program.
About a year later, Smichnick was picked up
by the Naval Air Rework Facility, Norfolk
as a sheet metal mechanic. In November
1980, he was selected for an engineering
technician opening for F-14 Structures.
With the closure of what became the
Naval Aviation Depot (NADEP) Norfolk in
the late 1990s, the F-14 workload was relo-
cated to NADEP Jacksonville. In prepara-
tion for this move, Smichnick made many
field trips to Jacksonville to help the facility
prepare for the arrival of the F-14. When
asked to what he attributes his longevity
and dedication, Smichnick said, "I've always
loved what I do for a living and knowing
that what I do contributes directly to the
Navy pilots having safe aircraft to carry
out their mission of defending our country.


George (Nick) Smichnick, right, receives
his 50-year Length of Service Award certifi-
cate from Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
Commanding Officer Capt. Tim Matthews
during a ceremony March 6.
The fire hasn't gone out. I'll be.here for at
least a few more years."
In the Navy, as in life, change is inevi-
table. In 2004, the F-14 was decommis-
sioned after a stellar career. Never one to
duck adversity, Smichnick moved on to the
F/A-18 aircraft. But he had one last mis-
sion to complete before he said goodbye to
the F-14. In March 2004, Smichnick asked,
and received, permission to head up a team
to restore and preserve an F-14 to put in
Heritage Park aboard NAS Jacksonville. In
January 2005, the restoration project was
completed and the F-14 was placed in the
park.
During his military and civilian careers,
Smichnick received many awards, but the
one of which he is particularly proud is the
Presidential Service Award he received in
1980 from then President Jimmy Carter.
Smichnick received the award for saving
the U.S. Government $2.5 million in tooling
costs.
Smichnick manages to stay busy'outside
of work as well. He and his wife, Carol, have
been raising their granddaughters, Emily
and Rachel, since they were three and four
years old, respectively. Smichnick said the
girls have brought them many joys over the
years and, on April 6, 2001, the Smichnicks
legally adopted them. "Now they can call me
granddad and dad," said Smichnick. Today,
Rachel, 19, attends Florida Community
College Jacksonville and Emily, 18, attends
St. Johns River Community College.
During the ceremony at which Smichnick
received his award, FRCSE Commanding
Officer Capt. Tim Matthews stated, that
he was duly impressed with Smichnick's
career and honored to be the one to present
his award for 50 years of service. "Over the
years you have accomplished many things
and seen many changes to Navy aircraft.
The knowledge you have gained is invalu-
able. I thank you for your many years of
dedicated service," said Matthews.
Smichnick, who lives in Orange Park,
plans to continue his career with FRCSE
at least until the girls are out of college.
Maybe then he can finally, pass the torch.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 27, 2008 7


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Northeast District Director Greg Strong (second from left), NAS Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Jack Scorby Jr., City of Jacksonville Environmental and Compliance Department
Director Ebenezer Gujjarlapudi, NAS Jax Environmental Director Kevin Gartland and St.
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a special tour March 21. Barnard explained how the station Wastewater Reuse Project
purifies the water before returning it to the St. Johns River. A portion of the water is also
used by the Timuquana Country Club for irrigation and aesthetics.







8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 27, 2008



Here's power to you!


By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
Special Contributor
The ability of man to har-
ness, direct and control
the energy found in nature
has enabled tremendous leaps in
progress and technology. Even
the simplest discoveries have
revolutionized our lives and it is
all due to man's capacity to use
nature's innate force.
Yet, we take so much of it for
granted. Just think about it. It
only took 60 years from the Kitty
Hawk's virgin flight to the Apollo
space missions. A quick nine
years elapsed between NASA'S
initial plans and the actual moon
landing. Ever since that first
landing on the moon we have suc-
cessfully landed unmanned space-
crafts on Mars.
Since World War II, knowl-
edge has doubled every 10 years.
Printed texts have doubled in
volume every 10 to 12 years and
all of this progress has been due,
believe it or not, to a very simple
but absolutely revolutionary dis-
covery going back to the dawn


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


of civilization: the
discovery of fire!
However, the dis-
covery of this ener-
gy source has had
double-edged impli-
cations. Controlling
and directing that
power in posi-
tive ways has had
great benefits but ,.
its misdirection has
lead to disastrous '
results.
For example, Chaplain (LI
back in the early
1990's an arsonist swept through
the state of Florida setting fire to.
dozens of churches. It resulted in
millions of dollars of destruction,
to the grief and puzzlement of
many who could not understand
what could drive someone to do
such things.
In some measure, all of us pos-
sess the ability to utilize a par-


t.) Joe Molina


ticular force of
nature in positive
or negative ways.
This power, prop-
erly understood
and applied, can
propel us to great
advancement as we
improve our lives
and the lives of our
neighbors. Some
call it "will-power."
Others may call
it "divine energy"
while still others
may call it "the


power within."
Whatever you may call it, be
assured that all of us possess
some measure of it and utilize it,
misuse it, abuse it or neglect it.
Misdirection of'this energy force
can lead to our own detriment.
All of this comes down to mak-
ing some simple decisions as to
how we will individually use our


energy and abilities to create
positive or negative results. Sure,
you may not be a rocket scien-
tist. I'm certainly not the CEO of
a Fortune 500 company but we,
together, can make decisions and
channel our energies in positive
directions. If enough of us do it
consistently and with sincerity
we can affect an entire generation
and the world we live in.
Allow me to suggest seven
practices of highly energetic peo-
ple. Consistently and sincerely
applied, these practices will gen-
erate positive energy and maybe
even revolutionize your life.
1. Watch your walk: What if our
lives were a "walking sermon"?
What if our lives truly reflected
those qualities that are good and
right? May we walk the talk and
talk the walk.
2. Redeem the time: That is,
rescue your time and make the
very best use of the 24 hours we
are given to live each day. What
seeds can we plant today that
will give good fruit in its season?
Remember that tomorrow is not


promised to us but we can always
plan on leaving behind a good
heritage.
3. Don't be foolish: Feed your
mind with those things that are
healthy and lead to fruitful liv-
ing. Whatever feeds our thought-
life will ultimately influence the
way we live out our existence.
Remember that if something
seems too easy, it is either illegal
or immoral.
4. Don't get drunk ... with
power, wine and addictions.
5. Be filled with an awareness
of God's abiding love and protec-
tion. It will affirm your confidence
and purpose in life. Whenever you
sense that something is keeping
you going in the midst of diffi-
culties, be assured that there is
someone (God) that's doing the
"holding-up."
6. Address one another with
words of encouragement and affir-
mation.
7. Finally, be thankful. Live life
with a sense of thanksgiving for
the opportunity we have for mak-
ing a difference today!


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From Commander, U.S.
Fleet Forces Command
he Department of the
Navy has prepared a
Draft Environmental
Impact Statement (DEIS)
to assess the potential envi-.
ronmental consequences of
the introduction of the P-
8A Multi-Mission Maritime
Aircraft (MMA) to the U.S.
Navy fleet.
The DEIS reviewed and
assessed six basing 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 eval-
uated a range of alternatives
based upon the number of
squadrons to be based at
each site, placement of the
fleet replacement squadron
(FRS) and the number of
main operating bases. The
DEIS evaluated potential
environmental consequences


to resources such as air qual-
ity, archeological/cultural
resources, coastal consider-
ations, noise, socioeconomics,
threatened and endangered
species, traffic, water quality
and wetlands/floodplains.
The Navy will host a public
hearing in Jacksonville April
9 at the Howard Johnson
Inn, Clay/Duval Room, 150
Park Avenue, Orange Park
to provide information about
the DEIS and to obtain pub-
lic comment on the docu-
ment. The public hearing
will be preceded by an open
information session to allow
interested individuals to
review information present-
ed in the DEIS.
Navy representatives
will be available during the
information session to pro-
vide clarification as neces-
sary related to the DEIS.
The information session will
occur from 4:30-6:30 p.m.,


STRAUGHAN: New CNRSE


From Page 3


Straughan reported to
USS John F. Kennedy (CV-
67) in August 2000 to serve
as assistant air officer and
then air officer. While there,
he made a Mediterranean/
Indian Ocean deployment.
In June 2003, Straughan
reported to the staff of
Commander, Navy Region
Southeast (CNRSE), where
he served as the operations
officer and the public safety
program director, respon-
sible for anti-terrorism and
force protection and fire
and safety programs for the
15 installations.
In March 2005, Straughan
attended the National
Security Studies program
at Syracuse University. He
assumed command of Naval
Support Activity Mid-
South, Millington, Tenn. in
June 2005. Following his
change of command in June
2007, Straughan returned
to CNRSE to serve as the
training and readiness offi-
cer before taking over as
chief of staff.
"My goal here is for us
to put the right emphasis
on the right things," said
Straughan. "The priorities
are set by the boss so it
makes it a little easier. My
part is execution and orga-
nization of those policies."
"The other important
function is to make sure
nothing falls between the
cracks," Straughan contin-
ued. "I'll ensure that we are
accomplishing our mission
and providing advancement
opportunities for the people
who work here, both mili-
tary and government civil-
ian and do all this as effi-
ciently as possible."
Straughan is married to
the former Lynn Waugh
of Macon, Ga. They have
a daughter, Caroline.


Spending time with his
family tops his list of favor-
ite things to do, which


followed by the formal public
hearing from 7- 9 p.m. Those
wishing to speak at the pub-
lic hearing should arrive
early to sign up. Speakers
will be heard on a first come
first served basis.
There are five ways for inter-
ested members 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 meet-
ings.
2) Provide verbal com-
ments 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 23508-1278
4) Visit the project Web

Chief of Staff

includes any outdoor activ-
ity and attending sporting
events.


site at www.MMAEIS.com
for further information or to
provide written comments.
5) Provide written com-
ments 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 dis-
tributed to various federal,
state, and local agencies,
as well as other interested
individuals and organiza-
tions. In addition, copies of
the DEIS have been distrib-
uted to the Charles Webb
Wesconnett Regional Branch
Jacksonville Public Library
located at 6887 103rd Street,
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VP-16 Sailor back after seven-month IA in Iraq


By Lt. j.g. Jon Whelan
VP-16 PAO
The VP-16 "War Eagle" fam-
ily recently welcomed back
CS3 Rodney Johnson from
an individual augmentee (IA) tour
in Iraq.
In June 2007, shortly after
returning from a regularly sched-
uled deployment, Johnson volun-
teered to accept an arduous assign-
ment as an IA to serve in Iraq in
support of the global war on terror-
ism.
After a month of training at Fort


Dix in New Jersey, he was assigned
to the Base Command Group in
Al Asad Air Base, Iraq, where he
served as the air base food service
assistant leading petty officer.
While in Iraq, Johnson oversaw
the daily meal service for more
than 500 troops and supported the
visits of the president of the United
States, Secretary of the Navy, Chief
of Naval Operations, Master Chief
Petty Officer of the Navy and the
Commandant and Sergeant Major
of the Marine Corps.
Placed in charge of 29 Mermite
chow sites (insulated food trans-


port container used to maintain
the quality of food during extreme
weather conditions) on base,
Johnson was responsible for the
inventory, records and upkeep of
a 3.3 million dollar monthly food
supply to the main dining facility,
serving more than 27,000 meals
a day to all dining facilities in the
area.
Johnson was awarded a letter of
appreciation by Maj. Gen. Gaskins,
2nd Marine Expeditionary Force
commander for his assistance dur-
ing the president's visit to Al Asad
Air Base in September 2007.


When asked about his IA,
Johnson replied, "It was a wonder-
ful experience. I would encourage
anyone to do an IA tour, not only
for career enhancement, but to
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services and foreign counterparts.
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compete

From Page 1

"I trained with Torey at
the gym before the competi-
tion so that I could feed off
each others energy. I had
only two months to get my
body into shape because we
learned about the competi-
tion in January," he con-
tinued. "It was very diffi-
cult for me to train because
I had been sidelined with
a severe shoulder injury
about a year ago. The doc-
tor said I would never be
able to lift 300 pounds on
the bench. Torey and I got
through some strenuous
training sessions which
involved a lot of blood,
sweat and tears."
Unfortunately, Davis
Wasn't at his best the day
of the competition although
he placed second in his
weight category. "I had one
of my worst lifting days. I
competed against the field
basically raw, not using
any support equipment.
I lift the way that I train
:and using extra equipment
to gain an edge is not my
style," explained Davis. "I
still held my own in a very
competitive weight divi-
'sion of 125kg. I benched
. 440 pounds, did 500-pound
.squats and deadlifted 540
pounds which was a com-
bined weight of almost
1,500 pounds which is six
times my body weight."
During his second
.attempt of 480 pounds on
the bench press, Davis'
shoulder actually popped
out of place and he had to
finish up the deadlift com-
petition with only one good
shoulder.
In the future, Davis plans
to leave the Navy in two
years and continue coach-
ing football. "I also plan to
compete in next year's meet
and hope to win it all," he
said.
Of course, neither Sailor
could realize their dreams
without the support of their
family, friends and co-work-
ers. "I have to thank my
wife and daughter for put-
ting up with all my whining
each night because train-
ing is not fun," said Davis.
"I also need to thank my
co-workers, ETC Robert
Hernandez, ET1 Victor
Veguilla and ET2 Love
Harris for all the support
and prayers that guided me
along the journey."
"These guys should def-
initely be commended for
.the great performance they
displayed at the nationals.
It's great to see military
members who continue to
not only serve their country
but also push themselves
to be above average," said
Carl Payne, a competitor,
coach and trainer at Eglin
Air Force Base. "It takes
many hours of conditioning
your body and mind to do
this type of lifting as well
as the expense of travel-
ing, lodging, etc. that comes
along with competing at
these meets."
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The NAS Jacksonville commissary
will close at 4 p.m. April 20 and
remain closed until April 23 while it
undergoes a "reset" as part of the Defense
Commissary Agency's ongoing effort to
enhance the shopping experience.
"We hate to inconvenience our customers
with the two-day closure, but this is some-
thing we'll all appreciate when it's done,"
said Store Director John Moore.
The reset is part of an agency-wide
program that systematically changes
how products are displayed on shelving
throughout a commissary in order to bet-
ter serve customer shopping patterns. The
goal is 'to give commissaries worldwide a
more customer-friendly product flow and
a layout that is as consistent as possible
from location to location, according to Steve
Arland, chief of DeCA's store reset and pla-
nogram team.
"Although we have to take into consid-
eration that no two commissaries are con-
structed exactly alike, a customer-friendly
product flow means dog food will be next to
pet supplies instead of the charcoal, peanut
butter is best found next to'the jam, and
you shouldn't have to cruise three different
aisles to find all your cleaning products.
It's a simple matter of making the commis-
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McMahon April 3 at the
Youth Activities Center.
McMahon has visited
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"The whole idea, in a nutshell, is to get
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What is that nagging pain?


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Doe,
I am writing you t
opinion on something
been nagging me for quite
have this awful pain in my
have had it for about two m
it just doesn't seem be go
It seems like it's at its wo
morning when I get out
almost feels like someone iE
a knife into my foot when
first step out of bed in the
The funny thing is it see
better the more I walk aroi
as soon as I get off of my
while and stand back up,
pain again. I am currently
ing for a marathon and this
it difficult to run like I need
do you think that is?


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From what you have to
sounds like you are dealir
classic case of plantar fasciit
a very common condition r
for over one million doctor's
its per year. We think the
plantar fasciitis is break
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might ask, "What is the pli
cia?" This is broad piece c
tive tissue, much like a ter


o ask your
g that has


a while. I extends from the heel to the base of
left heel. I the toes. The function of the plantar
monthss and fascia is to help maintain the arch.
ing away. You might also ask "How did I man-
rst in the age to break down my plantar fas-
of bed. It cia?" This is where the water gets a
s stabbing little muddy because no one single
I take my cause has been identified. There are
morning, several things that are thought to be
ms to get contributing factors. Among these are
und. Then obesity, improper footwear, tight calf
feet for a and hamstring muscles, initiation of a
I get the running program or a change in run-
r in train- ning program. Others include flatfeet,
is making prolonged standing on an unyielding
to. What surface or even a high arch.
The next question must be "How do
Signed, I treat it?" For this and any ongoing
Limping medical issue you would, of course, be
well advised to consult your primary
care manager for an evaluation and a
)ld me, it plan of care. In most cases, there are
ng with a several treatment methods I would
tis. This is recommend as a physician. They work
responsible in step-wise fashion. First I would rec-
office vis- ommend rest, ice and an anti-inflam-
Scause of matory medication such as ibuprofen
lown and or naproxen. You may need to take
scia. You t*o to three weeks off from running
antar fas- and try other exercises such as biking
f connec- or swimming. A novel way to ice the
ndon that bottom of your foot is to role a frozen


juice container under the affected foot
for ten minutes. Or, fill a Styrofoam
cup with water, place it in the freezer,
and when it is frozen peel off the top
inch of the cup. Replacing your run-
ning shoes may help if they have a lot
of miles on them.
In addition to this you should also
perform hamstring and calf stretches
daily. If that doesn't seem to help
after a couple of weeks you can then
add an over the counter heel cup
insert. Next, you could try an ankle
splint which is worn overnight and
holds your ankle in a position where
your toes point back toward your
head. You could also see your physi-
cian who can inject numbing medi-
cines where you feel pain. Finally, if
nothing seems to help, surgery may
be an option.
V/R
Dr. Stuart
This article is part of a continu-
ing series of health care related
articles presented by the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville Family
Practice Residency Program. Lt.
(Dr.) Jonathan Stuart received
his D.O. from the Virginia College
of Osteopathic Medicine. He is cur-
rently a physician at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville.


NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 27, 2008 13


Reminder...

From Staff
11 NAS Jax person-
nel are reminded
that any type of
used battery is recyclable
and is considered hazard-
ous waste.
Batteries should not
thrown into the trash can.
All batteries can be taken to
the Self Help Department
in Building 27 to be recy-
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NAS Jax Sailors, MA1 Nathan Ouellette and MA1
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Leslie Royce, a park naturalist with the City of Jacksonville
who runs the park's nature center, tells members of the NAS
Jacksonville Weapons Department the history of Tillie K.
Photos by MC1(AW) ToieteJackson Fowler Regional Park and the historical brick road that runs
Volunteers at NAS Jacksonville sign in for one of two environ- through it.
mental cleanup projects March 20. (Above right) CSCS Jennifer Littles (right) and GMSN Andrea
Davis pick up some trash Tillie K. Fowler Regional Park to help
PARK: Cleanup helps residents preserve a piece of history.
and children of Jacksonville unteering in the park for some clean, green, safe and fun
times. All that is needed is enthusiasm and time.
Park hours are from sunset to sundown. For additional
From Page 1 information, call 573-2498.


St. Johns River Celebration, our largest annual citywide
cleanup," said Harold. "It will benefit the children and
the residents of Jacksonville."
The volunteers and the ground maintenance crew were
able to clear the remaining road with the bobcat while the
Sailors cleared the debris from under-
neath the boardwalk that runs over
part of the road to open up a whole
new nature trail.
"The joint effort resulted in a new
nature trail for all to enjoy," stated
Royce, "The Sailors helped open up
another trail that will be accessible to
the public so they can see firsthand a
part of history that has been covered SK2 Augustina
up. Medina picks up
SK2 Augustina Medina was one of debris during the
the volunteers at the event. "Helping cleanup of Tillie K.
out with this cleanup is good for the Fowler Regional
environment," stated Medina. "My Park.
children, nieces and nephews will have a cleaner and safer
place to visit."
Environmental Director Kevin Gartland was pleased
with the success of all who participated in the commu-
nity project. "We are part of this community and it is very
important that we give back to the community that we
live in," said Gartland.
"While we own the land, the city is the one who operates
this park. I think this is a part of us doing our part. We
all have to contribute because we all enjoy it and if you
enjoy it, you should take care of it."
Tillie K. Fowler Regional Park offers a variety of pro-
grams such as: discovery and theme walks, evening pro-
grams, Owl Prowl, Envirocamp, Wee Workshops and
Curious Naturalist.
Visitors can also become part of the VIP program by vol-


NMCRS: Looking to exceed

$275K from last year's drive

From Page 1

new Sailors have no idea what the society does and the
programs it offers," said Shaw, enthusiastically. "What we
will try to do is get every Sailor to give $2 per month this
marginal amount helps because every thing we give, goes
back to the Sailors and their families."
The annual NMCRS Fund Drive is an official campaign
sanctioned by the Navy, it is not run by the society. "NAS
Jacksonville is proud to sponsor this year's NMCRS fund
drive.
The NAS Jax NMCRS was established in 1944 and is
one of the oldest in the Navy. For more than 64 years, the
NAS Jacksonville office has provided help and hope to
thousands of our Sailors and Marines and their families
in need," said NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt: Jack
Scorby Jr.
"We look forward to a record-breaking year. Last year,
the men and women of NAS Jacksonville raised over
$275,000 dollars, which contributed to the society giving
back loans and grants totaling $1.5 million to our service
members and their families! You can see by these num-
bers just how important and effective our local NMCRS
office is. Each one of you makes it possible for the NMCRS
to 'take care of its own' and I urge you to support this
year's fund drive."
Last year, the NAS Jax NMCRS assisted eligible area
residents with more than $1.5 million in interest-free
loans, grants and educational assistance. "We see about
200 people each month providing about $100,000 in assis-
tance. Last year, we had the best fund drive ever, raising
$365,000. That's $365,000 that came in, but 1.5 million
went out to help those in need. So how do you do that
- through interest-free loans. We loan out the money
and then our clients pay it back and the money is turned
around and used by another person in need," explained
NAS Jax NMCRS Director Dave Faraldo. "So it really is
service members taking care of service members. Navy
Relief really has no money. We have your money on depos-
it in a bank so that when you need it, you can come and
get it."
Founded in 1904, the NMCRS is a private, non-profit,
charitable organization. It is sponsored by the Department
of the Navy and operates nearly 241 offices ashore and
afloat at Navy and Marine Corps bases throughout the
world. During the 104 years the NMCRS has been operat-
ing, they have helped millions of people through loans and
grants. NMCRS also offers other forms of assistance such
as providing layettes or "junior seabags" to new family
members,., a visiting nurse program to help new mothers,
elderly individuals and anyone who needs a little extra
help and thrift shops offering low-cost clothing and house-
hold items.
This year's fu-nd drive runs through mid April.
Numerous fund raising events such as golf tournaments,
car washes, bake sales and special raffles are planned
throughout the next six weeks. For more information, see
your command NMCRS Fund Drive keyperson or contact
the local NMCRS Office at 542-3515.


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For more information call 542-3493.

Wednesday
Active duty free bowling
11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Dollar Night
6-10 p.m.
Saturday
Extreme Bowling
9 p.m. midnight
$10 per person, includes shoe rental
Reservations are accepted!
Sunday
Family Day Special
$1 Games
11 a.m. 5 p.m.
THE ZONE
COMPLEX
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.
Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday and Friday
7:30 p.m. until close
FITNESS &
AQUATICS
For more information on aquatics call 542-
2930.

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

Third annual Capt. Chuck Cornett Navy
Run
April 5
$10 military, $20 authorized base person-
nel and guests, $25 race day for all run-
ners.
Register at the fitness center or base gym.
Learn to Swim
Indoor Pool
Session II April 6, 13, 20 and 27
$30 military/$35 Department of Defense
300 Reps Challenge
Today, 8 a.m. 7 p.m.
Fitness Source
I.T.T. EVENTS
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
Disney on Ice
Register to win a family four pack of tick-
ets at ITT!
No purchase necessary for more details
stop by ITT.
Disney on Ice "Princess Wishes"
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
April 11, 7:30 p.m. $13
April 12, 11:30 a.m. $23
April 13, 1 p.m. $23


Spring fire safety tips


From the NAS Jax Fire
Prevention Division
S pring is here and __
it's now time to
do away with l
winter clutter that
has accumulated. A I
spring clean up also
helps prevent fires in VP I "
the home. Remember,
cluttered areas give
fire a place to start!
The following fire
safety tips are from -
your NAS Jacksonville
Fire Prevention
Division:
Dispose of boxes
no longer needed. They
can invite a fire in your
home.
Store paints, fuels
and all ignitable liquids in a cool, locked
metal cabinet. Do not store non-compati-
ble chemicals together, such as pool chemi-
cals, oils, gasoline and cleaning products. If
you're not sure, call a fire station near your
home and ask their advice.
Dispose of oily rags, cloths and other
materials used to wipe up after fueling
various mechanical equipment during the
winter months. It doesn't have to be very
warm in your garage or storage area for
them to heat up and catch fire. Rags used
, opa


S to apply furniture pol-
ish can also be dan-
gerous and should be
replaced.
Check storage
areas, attics, base-
ments and closets as
-, these areas also invite
fire. Dispose of any-
thing you don't use or
do not need anymore.
At the very least,
S straighten things up
while observing good
housekeeping practic-
es.
Do not place any
combustible material
or items within three
feet of furnaces, water
heaters or other heat
sources.
SRoutinely check behind and under-
neath the clothes dryer and vacuum these
areas to prevent excess lint and dust build-
up.
Before burning anything outdoors,
contact your local fire department or the
Florida Forestry Division to obtain guid-
ance and/or procedures. Outdoor burning
could be prohibited in your area.
Spring cleaning is a great time to help
make your home fire safe. Don't give fire a
place to start!


Irish Fest
April 25, 26
$12
Jax Fairgrounds
The Players Championship
TPC Sawgrass
May 5 -11
$70.75 per day or $166.75 for a weekly
badge

Steve Harvey "Still Trippin Tour"
May 10 at 8 p.m.
$56.25 per person
Jacksonville Arena
CATS
June 28 at 7 p.m.
$53.50 per person
Times Union Moran
LIBERTY COVE
RECREATION
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.

Last Buck BBQ
Tomorrow, 5 p.m.
Free hamburgers and hotdogs!
Mall & Movie Trip
Saturday
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater

Universal Studios Day Trip
April 5
$40 per person
MOVIES
Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details call '542-
3491.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Beowulf (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. American Gangster
Part 1 (R)
Saturday, 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)
April 18, 7 p .m. Walk Hard: The Dewey
Cox Story (R)
April 19, 5 p.m. Fred Claus (PG)
April 19, 7 p.m. Gone Baby Gone (R)
April 25, 7 p.m. Into The Wild (R)
April 26, 5 p.m. Nancy Drew (PG)
April 26, 7 p.m. Hitman (R)
NAS JAX
GOLF CLUB
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.
April 8 and 22 for active duty.
Today, April 10 and 24 for retirees and
Department of Defense personnel.

Golf Vendor Demonstration Day
NAS Jax Golf Course Pro Shop
Tomorrow, 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Featuring Nike, Titleist, Cobra, Taylor
Made, Callaway and Mizuno!
O'CLUB
& T-BAR
For information on booking command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
call the Officers' Club main office, 542-
3041.


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Call 542-3260.
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$150 per person
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Month of the Military Child Carnival
April 19 in the Navy Exchange parking lot
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Orange Park Single Fom.
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pace in C.rea, r orm rao
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rent $850/mo no water
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$$100 $$
PAID DAILY
Passion 641-5033
DANCERS DANCERS
$$ 1,000 $$
HIRING BONUS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
DJ, DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Passion 641-5033




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Class A CDL Drivers
For local hauling. Min. 2
yrs CDL req'd. Call
(904) 266-2030 for more
information. Pay
$150-5170 a day &
benefits after 90 days.


CANVASSERS NEEDED
$25/IOUR
If you can walk & talk 1ST CHOICE CLEANING
then lets get you PAIDI -Now has special rates for
Call For Immed. res & com spring cleaning.
employment 904-367-1798 Same day serve avail. Move
Call 10am-2pm only In & out prep. 904-566-3926



As part of our expansion program. our
company Is looking for part-time work from
home (dependable-self starter needed for
these positions): Account Manager, Sales
i Representatives, Cashier-Counter Sples, Hardware
Sales, Stocking and Clean-up. Good salary-
benefit-chance for advancement. It pays $2000
per week plus benefits and takes only little of
your time. Please contact us for more details for
this important job. Join a successful local team.
Requirements- Should be computer literate, 2-3
hours of Interet access weekly. Must be over 19
years of age, efficient and dedicated.









The Blackstone Building Is an eleven story high rise building
located In the heart of downtown Jacksonville on the corner Bay
and Market Street. In support of our Maintenance Department,
I am pleased to announce that we have an opening for an
additional employee, a person who possesses the skills of an
all around handyman.

Please note; we are a drug free work place and equal opportunity
employer. To apply for this position, call (904) 314-1709 to
establish a time for an interview.

Military Retirees ol all ages with the skill level.speclfled
should apply immediately.







Immediate opening in St.

Augustine, FL for a radar,

electronics, FLR technician

with intermediate level skills to

diagnose, disassemble, repair or

replace vessel systems.

Excellent wages and benefits.

DWFP-EEOC

Fax Resume to

904-827-9886

or apply online at

Marinejobs@globalmaritek.com
344157


AOK CLEANING
Trustworthy, great
rates, ref. avail.,
all areas of town.
Call Opal 616-6585
for free estimate.
M B CLEANING SVC
No Job to small. Reliable,
Quality Service Special-
Izing in Orange Park to
Westside 904-588-2719




Bull Dozer & Back Hoe,
By the lob/hr. Clearing
& Stump removal, Ditch-
ing & Dirt, Small or Lrg
Jobs w/Free Est. 768-5875







AC, Heating, el
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/Office
nEqupment

Collectables
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
rults/Veetables
=umihnousehold
Garage Sales
Garden/Lawn
Hot Tlibs/Spas
Jewelry/Watches
Kid's Stuff
Machinery and
Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous
Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portabe Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods
Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade




DRYER & WASHER
BIG CAPACITY, EXC.
COND. $200 for both.
Call 904-304-8195
DRYER & WASHER
BIG CAPACITY, EXC.
COND. $200 for both.
Call 904-304-8195
FREEZER holds 5001b
brand new. Also 25cuft
Refrigerator dbl door
w/water & Ice dispenser
never used. 904-807-9466
WASHER/DRYER
late model, exc
cond, $250. Can
deliver 786-1767




CLOTHING STORE
CLOSING. Everything
must gol All fixt's, mir-
rors, racks, glass cases,
counters, chandeliers
& more. 904-731-7977



SWomen's Uniform
items all weather
ti Ramincoat water
Repellent with zip
out Liner Excellent con-
dition Size.10 Long Ask-
ing $50 call 272-4227



Laptop Computer -
I Toshiba Tecra
1J720CDT 133MHz
Pentium, 32MB
memory, CD ROM, 3 1/2
floppy drive, works
great! $80 249-1666



BED A Bargain $150
Queen Pillow Top
Brand New 904-674-0405
BED King Size Set
New In plastic, $225
Must sell 674-0405
Blue Metal Modu-
lar Youth Bunkbed
SSet Matching
Drawer Chest Arm-
oire New Mattress OBO
Call 904-505-7455
4, DINING ROOM SET
13 pcs Thomosvllle
S Homecoming round
table w/2 leaves 6
chairs hutch and buffet
excellent condition $550
904-859-5034
A For Sale 42X54"
Dining Room Table
PltFour Chairs one 12"
leaf $ 100. call
912-576-3130
A Homedics Massage
S Chair Fully
assembled, ready to
enioy heat & vari-
ous massage settings
$125. 278-9177 662-7425
MATTRESS FULL Size
NEW Must Sell $140
Call Carter 484-6177
MATTRESS A Queen Set.
Brand New in plastic
$150 904-674-0405
Wicker Loveseat &
Chair plus two
,L matching tables,
blue cushions,
never outside, $125.
662-7425 or 278-9177




112 south Aurthurs
Court Kingsland GA
April 4th &Sth 8a-12p
re clothing, toys, misc,
camper.
SAshford Wood
Community Yard
Sale May 3rd 8-4pm
Located off Starrat
Road In Oceanway
Come to shop and tell
your friends and fomlly
SJohn Deer Riding
Mower Almost New
perfect condition
1 yr. Old Pd. $1400
$800 firm 912-729-2755
Julington Creek Area
Moving Sale Everything
Must Go!! Located In
Cypress Trace off Race-
track Rd near US-i, 704
Spuce Pine Ln, 32259.
Fri/Sat. 8-3. 904-553-8988
SKingsbay March
16th from 8-11 am
306 Victorias Circle
St Marys in Victo-
ria Landing Clothing
Toys Some Furniture,
EtJ.


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Keystone Golf &
Country'Club,
March 28- 30th. 8am-5pm
4179 S.E. 2nd Ave.
antiques and collectables,
1000's of items! I
Partial List: furniture all
kinds, chandeliers,
Fiesta, Noritake,
Fenton, Capo-Di-Monte,
& much, much more!
Middleburg Sat. 3/29, 8-2;
Multi Family Sale! Kit
items, craft supp, col-
lect more!! Tansy Ave.
San Jose Korean Bethel
Presbyterian Church
Sat 3/29; 8-1 9776 San
Jose Blvd. Lots of Stuff!
Westside 935 Birchfield
Ct. Thur/Fri/Sat. 8-3.
2 Houses. 904-463-0983
WESTSIDE Comm lawn
equip, 6x8 trailer, turn,
hsehold, tools, riding
mower, & morel Fri/Sat
8-5; 5659 Hyde Park Cir.
Westside Ortega
Huge Sale Electron-
ics Household Golf
Clubs office School
Supplies
Fri / Sat 3-14/15th
5144 Santa Cruz Lane
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Placel
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



SAluminum Exten-
Ssion Ladder Huffy
<|>Electric Lawn-
mower Fishing
Rods and Reels 387-3015
Husky 1750 PSJ
Electric Pressure
Cleaner never used
all ace's included
list $182 sell $100
241-1398
Stlau Gas Hedge
Trimmer 21" good
condition $150
610-3907




SVitaSpa -4 person
hot tub, 4 1/2 x 6
l/2ft, 4 1/2 years old,
orig price $2,500.
$800 obo. call 269-2258




ABOVE GROUND
POOL 15' All acces-
J series incld. $700
obo. You take down
& move Call Pat 612-2302
AlumiumExtension
Ladder Electric
Lawnmower room
Dehumidifier Pipe
Wrenches fishing gear
387-3015
BERNINA 180
ARTIST SEWING
MACHINE
Pristine condition
with $200 in accessories
$1,800. Call 384-4205
SBernina 180 Sewing
Machine $900 worth
Sof assess pristine
condition $1800 firm
384-4205
Dinning Room
Table with four
chairs and one 12'
leaf $100 call
912-576-3132
Excel Power
Washer 5HP B/S
4 .Chamberlin Engine
'25 Hose W/Wand
610-3907 excellent shape
$200
SMoving Sale Living
room 4 Pc. $200
Tables Antique
Dresser Bike
Lamps Singer Sewing
Machine Office Desk
Bakers Rack
Middelburg call
904-254-1503
SMower 4 1/2 hp
22" $55 smoker $13,
20' boys bike $10
Rockford Boom Box
$35 Antique Milk Can
$30. 781-6222
Piano Console
Everett Elect
Excellent cond $295
OBO 904-220-7886
Ponte Vedra Beach
2/1 with Garage
S Gated Pool Fitness
Private Beach
Access Convelent to
Mayport $169,900 call
904-645-0630
SSewing Machine
Old Singer Treadle
41 Type Nice Wood
Cabinet with two
drawers $110 firm
268-2482



FLUTE exc cond,
good for music
student, w/ carry-
ing case $150 obo
Must sell (904)772-8428
PIANO-Kimball Spinet,
good cond, $350obo.
C:904-625-6061/H:688-0948




A Golf Clubs, Woods
Irons, Puftters,
lBalls, Bags, Gift
single Clubs 9 sets
Military 20% off. call
778-9167









Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
SLivestock A Supples
SAnmals Wanted




AKITAS TO YORKIES



SEE PUPPIES @
www.thepuppyscene.com
Payment Plan 904.298.1105
1045 Blanding Blvd., OP
ALL AMERICAN MIXES
PET WORLD
262 4646
Boxer Pups not reg, 6wks
2/20 $300. 912-458-2428
912-458-9315 leave msg.
DACHSHUNDS MINI
PUPPIES
$250 904-721-4807
DACHSHUND PUPS Mini
short hair, black & tan,
2/M 1/F $300-$350 207-3160
kbEnglish Bulldogs
V whlte 51600(9041


A s e b t o a r f m a ue -ee


Clary & Associates, Inc.
Professional Surveyors & Mappers
since 1983


* Competitive Salaries
* Medical & Dental Benefits

* 401(k)
* Vacation and Paid Holidays
* Projects Across the Southeast


Apply on-line at www.claryassoc.com or call 904-260-2703 3830 Crown Point Rd. Jacksonville, FL 32257
'-- I .


--5Kfl

GERMAN SHEPHERD
pups, AKC, blk/ton, $350.
Axson, GA 912-422-3892
GERMAN SHEPHERD
pups, AKC, biktan, $350.
Axson, GA 912-422-3892
MAINECOON KITTENS
3 females
Call Patty 904-962-0011
POODLE PUPPIES- 10
weeks, groomed
$250-$350 247-1890
SHETLAND SHEEP-
DOG- puppies, Blue
Merle, S/W, 2Males,
2Female, $900 w/papers
$450 without 904-525-6093
SOFT COATED
WHEATEN PUPS-AKC,
$950. $950. 904-217-0092
YORKIE PUPPIES 8wks
4 girls, 1 boy, blue &
gold, $1000. 904- 259-4523
904-237-5862 904-259-1492
YORKIES MINI
Avail. Nowl 3F/1M left.
Papers avail. 904.705-2390
YORKIES -(Beavers)
tiny, 8wks, Males, CKC,
HC, shots, $3500 obo
puppiesandcouture.com
407-970-8485






Aviation
Boats
Sailboats
Boat Dockage &
Rentals
Marine Equipment
and Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's and Supplies
Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
Antiques/Classics
Automobiles
Trucks/Tlailers/SUV's
Vans/Buses
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/lrucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease



19' NITRO Fish & Ski '05,
Merc. 115hp, bimlni, like
new $14,500. 904-845-4160



Custom built 1975
Sailboat 30 ft.
sleeps 4, 3 sails die-
sel engine 25 gallon
fuel 30 gallon water 3
anchors 4.5 drtf 276-2876





AIR ULFSTREAM
SAILBOAT
A25' Mercury outbord
life vest Bumpers lines
sail worthy $386 OBO0
904-536 41-226









ALFA 39n 2001 RV
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800-541-6439
SALFA 39 201 RV
38K CALL PAM
449-1233
SBOUNDER 2003 $55,000
slide icemoker washer
direr medical $20,800
below NADA New
Brakes non smoker 7 years
warrantee 904-291-5081

7.8 Billion
Is the economic
impact of the mili-
tary in Northeast
Florida and
Southeast Georgia.
Advertise in
the military
publications
distributed at
the local bases
in the area.
To advertise
Please call
904-3594336,

Fax 904-366 6230.

GEORGIE BOY
MOTORHOME '05
Pursuit, 35 foot,
2 slides, fully
loaded, exc shape, $53k.
352-235-0044
GULF STREAM 31' 1994,
61kmi, Class C, Extra
clean, $12,500. 904-714-1509
SPacearrow '99 35',
low miles, excel-
slent condition, thou-
sands under book
value, must sell. Asking
$32,000 obo. 904-874-5677
PACKAGE DEAL-
Cougar FW276RL
'05 & Silverado
SHD2500LS '04 26,000
ml, both exc cond!
Supergllde Hitch
$43,000.00 Cell 382-0289/
Home .777-5750





1987 Harley Davidson
Heritage Softoll 25K.
two seats Lots of new
items Runs Great
$5,800 Call 904-821-1550
S 1999 HARLEY
DAVIDSON
Sportstar like new
rebuilt engine only
2K. mi 1400cc Fast over 5K.
new Parts $ 6,500 080
912-322-1155
2000 Harley Davidson
Sportster 883 only 2K.
mi like new wifes bike
pearl white windshield
sissy bar $ 5,500 912 322-1155
S2006 SUZUKI GSX-R
1000 LESS THAN 5K
SHOWROOM CONDI-
TION $7,700 FIRM
CALL ERIK 912-674-0819
SHarley Davidson
Deluxe '00 12K.
miles matching
hard saddlebags
windshield screaming
Eagle Stage Kit
Deploying to IRAQ
$12000 OBO 904-424-1352
A HARLEY DAVIDSON
2004 Electro Glide
Ultra classic Like new
8000 ml Must sell $16,K
OBO call for details
904-891-0802
HD STREET BOB '06
beautiful bike, flat blk,
Vance & Hines "Big
Shot" pipes, Stage II,
Arlen Ness "Big Sucker"
air cleaner, extra
access. incl. over $4000


invested into bike, ask-
ing $16,000 obo.
1-912-576-5504 St. Mary's
KAWASAKI 1997
KLX-300 Dirt Bike
Clean powerful mikoni
36mm carb upgraded
air filter $1600 OBOGeorge
787-5177
SKawaski M/C
ZXR11 0 0 Many
Upgrades and Extras
Garage Kept Better
Than New Must see $4900
call 241-1398
MOTOCROSS -KX 100 cc,
Kawasaki '02, $900
521-4528
Red 2007 250 Honda
Rebel Garage Kept
lust like new only
200 miles Wife Bike
gas Saver $ 2,500
912-554-0979
Sportster 2005 Sil-
ver H-D 883 only 90
.| miles Garage Kept
S $7000 Call Theresa
912-729-5329
SSuzuki C9oT 2006
Boulevard like new
added power com-
mander cobra pipes
light bar only 1,400 miles
asking $9,200 912 554 0979
SUZUKI DIRT
BIKE '03 RM 125,
race bike, fast
$2300. 352-235-0044


GMH MILITARY HOUSING


Is proud to be awarded the PPV contract to manage


NAS Jacksonville housing beginning October 1, 2007.






We are excited about the many changes that are taking place within housing at


NAS Jacksonville and Yellow Water communities. Yellow Water is located offbase


in a quiet neighborhood. Yellow Water consists of spacious three and four bedroom


townhomes with garages. The Community includes parks with playgrounds,


a Youth Activity Center, a NEX, and a GMH Housing. Office on site.





GMH Military Housing at NAS Jacksonville is now renting* Yellow



Water homes to:



Retired military, DOD, Federal employees, and Coast Guard families



Federal Government employees working in the commute area



Federal Government civilians assigned to D.O.D activities



Unaccompanied families of active duty military members



Active duty National Guardsmen



Active duty families



Geo Bachelors



Reservists





18 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, March 27, 2008

CHRYSLER SEBRING Honda Accord 01 Volvo 240 Items FORD E-350 -'99, 14ft box
'07 Looking for respon. IVery Goad Depend- New Vinyl Nose truck, lift gate, dual
SSUZUKILTZ400 06 a bl son to oveble Xtra Clean cover car cover GMC YUKON SLT '04 NISSAN MURANO '03 Toyota Rav4 '00 L TOYOTA TACOMA '06 whls, AT, V8, only 87k
lhrs, adult owner, sible person to take over great Gas Mileage spare tire/wheel Fully Loaded $15,991 Fully Loaded $13,991 Edition. 92k Low Miles, Bank Repo mi, $5900 363-9901
very t, ex cond. For Straight Talk Pmts $239/mo. 899-5820 4 Cyl$56 08000BO Tool KitFilters, low 1-800-709-6185 1-800-709-6185 nI excellent condition, Crew Cab, Take
Come See FIRE '05 This is a steal, Lexus ofJax.com Low Miles, Great SUV Call 352-514-6161
"Styxx Jenkinsit less that 12K, Only visit us for all makes & Military and Non Military Isuzu Rodeo Bank Must Sell, Take Call 352-514-6161 TOYOTA TUNDRA '05
Milta, Bad Cdit $14,991 904-899-5820 models BMW, Honda, Only 4 0 miles. Over Ps7mo. WAC TOYOTA SEQUOIA 3 Xa Cb904 .
SFord 14 Crown No Credit Chevy, Ford, Etc 998-0012 Better Service, J)auto, A/C. am/fm Over Pts$275/m. WAC TOYOTA SEQUOIA'03 Xt a, L e
minford $20 wl NbeCrelted ER L EX Better Vericles cass, great condl- 881-1378 3rd, Row Seat Low miles Must Sell, Take Over
Srebuilt Trans- NO PROBLEM! CHRYSLER LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Better Warranty, in inside and out. c lassfieds work! 359-4321 Bak Repo Mst Se A A '
mission for $250 will Wat to be treated SEBRING LXi Better Vehicles 249-16 Pmts Only 28mo. WAC
fit most Ford Mer- lke fly co to Cone, O K LINCOLN LS '06 Equals L G ake Ovr K ChPad 00/m881-1378 KA leannan Ou 5,9912
cury or Lincoln vehicles fMies$ l0 Only 18K Like NewLOO KC7 Clean In and Out $5,991
93-96 call 779-7718 NIMNICHT Miles $99 998-0012 1-800-709-6185 Better Prices sellitquick!Call 35943211-0
9CHEVROLET LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $18915 Cars And Trucks TOYOTA TACOMA '081-80-7-
CHEVROLET Mazda Hallenia '00 angeloautowholesale.com JEEP WRANGLER Take Over Payments on Pre-Runner V6,
KHUMO Tires 37. 1550 CASSAT AVE FORD CROWN VICTO- Cleanest You will (904) 662-0726 ts Al Of Them,Mustell, Low Miles $24,991
S Brand new 1986 Od gears bikini & soft All Of Them, Must Sell, Low Miles $24,991
cutlass T-Tops $15 891-3898 RIA '01 Police Inter. find all power great automatic $ Bk Starting at $150/mo. 1-800-709-6185
Mickey sticks 28X9 387-4041 $6,991 1-800-709-6185 options runs great Angela 334-5229 Call Chad @ 881-1378
on wheels $250 379-1805 high mes $5500 must Place yur ad. 3594321
Ford Escort 1997 see 904-316-1384 Sell It quick! Call35-4321 TOYOTA COROLLA '05 TOYOTA TACOMA '06 VOLVO XC90 04
Runs Great Cold AC MAZDA MIATA '93, red Low Miles, LE, Auto,
AniquelNc2. Convert. 130km9, well Bank Repo, Take Over sible Person To Take Equip.l, Sell tquk all 359-432
miles $800 firm maint. Incl. cover $220mo. WAC. Chad at
729-2755 $2200 oo. 808-269-1082 BMW M'06 eed A Car TruckOver Ps $299 899-5820 9980012 FORD 429 F series '95
729or$2 baCa26l0836 or SUV Call Now 881-1378 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE dump truck, Only 88k
F ORD MUST ORD FOCUS '04 Mercedes 1976 450 FullY Equip. $59,990 No One Turned Place yourad. 359-4321 Sell it quick! Call 359-4321 ES OF JE
1968 FORD MUSTANG OGreatcar forSteenaer SE 60 oBO cal 9980012 Oorig miles, 4 door, excel-
GTlo gclGa98-g1E Down Only $75.00 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER TOYOTA TACOMA vwJetta 20021.8 T Bk lent cond.,interlor good
et, oK. 9 3 o ,891 90-899-5820 lRobert 912-729-3657 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE WAC Call Chad TOYOTA HIGHLANDER TOYOTA TACOMA e,0 condDumpgoodwork-
reat, $10K. 904-377-8603 CHEVY HHR '08 only 912-552-3300 881-1378 '06 Full Factory 7TRD'06 BIk Beauty 08 OBO call Jeff or Van- ing cond. Almost new
Looking for a responsible FORD MUSTANG'03 NISSAN 350CADILLAC Warranty $18,991 $22,980. 998-0012 essa 409-679-3340 or tires Ready towork
Serontotakvr Looking fORD MUSTANGsibl'03 e NAN 3t0-2 2n.03 e ESCALADE 03 1-800-709-6185 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 409-67-3342 8,000 BO. 904-400-5346
rthlperson to take over touring AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORYex condi-
Pmts $199 904-899-5820 tlon 6 spd loaded I Owner, Like New
person take over omts ti lver leather Ex Low Miles $22,980 A
ACURA TL'0 CHEVY IMPALA'S E N EG 904-716-7197 or LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Excellent Condition All Power, Cold AC FORD MUSTANG 407-810ondition $7,991 Back To Collee Car Deal-4369 in ax $11491
19,991 1-800-709-6185 Clean $8,991 899-5820 '06 Cadllac Esclade04 A WD
CD, Fully Equip OLDS Bargum '84, 4 door, extra clean svc records
Black Cherry H-D Chevy Monte $15,980 998-0012 all ori7g n number k t5K mi, 19500.D I40 3 79 B g


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TROLL RUN
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Reporting again on a strange
situation, we find the bridge
troll run over, smashed all
over the road, just north of
Green Cove Springs, in
Orange Park. Yet another
satisfied customer claims their
trip was almost stopped
abruptly when traveling on
HWY 17, on their way to
Garber Auto Mall's ALL
AMERICAN SELL-OFF
CHALLENGE. As described
by the unnamed customer,
Garber's deals on fuel
efficient, American cars were
too good to be true and he had
to see for himself.


For those who have not read
about or encountered it, the
story of the troll that's been
harassing people trying to
cross the bridge to Green
Cove Springs goes like this.
It's been heard that a group of
car dealers, all competitors of
the Garber AutoMall, held a
private meeting to discuss tactics
to get their market share back
from Garber. Ever since
Garber built their giant new
auto mall on highway 17, just
5 miles south of Orange Park.
people are heading there for a
better selection and lower
prices. One of the Garber's
competitors came up \ith the
idea of hiring an evil troll to
stop people from crossing the
bridge.

A recent customer of Garber,
said the troll jumped over the
guardrail and ran into the middle
of the street as she was
approaching the bridge. She
thought the troll was actually
kind of cute and was confused
with his actions. While the
troll initially acted tough and
wouldn't move, he quickly
jumped out of the wa) as she
punched the gas pedal of her
Dodge Ram. "That little
purple-haired critter isn't
going to stop me from getting
a negotiation free deal at
Garber" she said. Arriving at
Garber with no problem. the
customer claims she saved a
fortune compared to dealers
selling the same brands.

The Garber Auto Mall is fast
becoming known for their All-
American Test Drive where
consumers can test drive all
the American truck brands
side-by-side. Plus at Garber
customers have the convenience
of dealing with one salesperson
for all the brands. The Garber


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Auto Mall is indeed the
one-stop-shop for American
made vehicles.

While car dealers will always
be competing for sales, we
have to say the troll was
something "e've never seen
before. The tactic looks like
it's backfiring for the dealers.
People seem to get a kick out
of the troll, even though he
tries to annoy them and stop
them from crossing the bridge
to Green Cove Springs.

Both Garber and the troll are
gaining popularity.


Not based on actual events or
characters. For amusement only.


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