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Publication Date: October 2, 2008
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Halfway Through Deployment
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'Maulers'

EB Clark Pierce
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Sailors, family mem-
bers, retirees and
friends of VS-32
turned out to bid farewell
to the command during its
disestablishment ceremo-
ny in Hangar 117 at NAS
Jacksonville Sept. 25.
After the arrival of the
official party, the Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast
Honor Support Team post-
ed the colors. The Navy
Band Southeast Ceremonial
Ensemble performed the
national anthem and NAS
Jax Chaplain (Lt.) Buster
Williams delivered the
invocation. Guest speaker
for the event was Capt.
Jim Paulsen, commander,
Carrier Air Wing One.
"This is an event that
brings us closer the end of
our S-3 community. The
Maulers have always been
one of the best-led and
best-managed sea control
squadrons in the fleet," said
Paulsen.
"The S-3 sunset plan is
part of the Navy's goal to


disestablished


VS-32 Executive Officer Cmdr. John Stofan celebrated his last
flight and retirement the day following disestablishment.


Photos by Clark Pierce
The VS-32 CPO Mess stands proudly beside the skipper's S-3 Viking.


streamline logistics and
squadron support. The idea
was that our mission can
be assumed by other com-
munities," stated VS-32
Commanding Officer Cmdr.
Doug Carpenter. "But the
legacy of our community
and what this squadron has
accomplished will live on."
He told the audience,


including a dozen former
VS-32 skippers, that the
Maulers will be remembered
for their years of battle
readiness and safety in the
S-3 community. The squad-
ron counts 10 Commander,
Naval Air Force Atlantic
(ComNavAirLant) Battle
"E" awards; six Capt. Arnold
J. Isbell trophies for excel-


lence in anti-submarine
warfare (ASW); six Adm.
Jimmy Thach awards for
meritorious achievement by
an ASW squadron; and 15
Chief of Naval Operations
Safety "S" awards. The
squadron also received
two Lockheed-Martin
Golden Wrench awards
for maintenance excel-


lence; a ComNavAirLant
Silver Anchor award for
retention; and the Arleigh
Burke award for the most
improved squadron.
"I can safely say that this
squadron has sprinted to
the finish line, thanks to
the hard work and profes-
sionalism of a long list of
distinguished Sailors that
wear the Maulers patch
with pride. At the top
of that list is a man who
I believe is a hurricane of
energy and professional-
ism my Command Master
Chief, Adrian Andrews.


When CMDCM Andrews
made landfall at VS-32
in 2007, he immediately
set a course to unify the
Chiefs' mess, reinvigorate
the career development
process, and provide a role
model for positive leader-
ship. It has been my honor
to serve with Master Chief
Andrews," said Carpenter.
He added, "Special
thanks go to my Executive
Officer Cmdr. John Stofan.
It seems like only yesterday
he came over from VS-31.

See VS-32, Page 13


Combined Federal Campaign



fund drive now under way

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The 2008 Combined Federal
Campaign (CFC) for NAS
Jacksonville and all its tenant
commands and departments official-
ly kicked off Sept. 24 at the Bachelor
Officers' Quarters Pavilion.
The annual event provides qualify-
ing agencies the opportunity to receive
monetary contributions from govern-
ment employees. Listed within the
CFC program guide are short descrip-
tions of each, including the percent-
age of donated funds that go to cover
administration costs. This enables
contributors to discern between chari-
ties based on their personal prefer-
ences and priorities.
"In 2007, Americans gave over $300
billion dollars to charity. The next
most-giving nation was Great Britain
-and they gave only half as much,"
said John Smith, regional director
for the Combined Federal Campaign.
He also mentioned that the American
Cancer Society was the number one
charity receiving CFC funds from mil-
itary and civilian personnel in the
Southeast Region.
Guest speaker Doneese Kemp,
a civilian employee from Cecil
Commerce Center, told the audience
how nonprofit community organiza-
tions helped when her now-deceased
husband was battling a blood condi-
tion and heart disease.
"You can make a difference, right
here, right now," said Kemp. "Every
dollar you contribute to CFC stays
here in our community to help those
in need."
The NAS Jax CFC goal for 2008 is
$579,000.
"Our goal this year is high, but
it's reasonable," said NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack


Photos by Clark Pierce
Donna O'Steen, volunteer coordinator for Community Connections, discusses how
her agency helps women and children to overcome unfortunate circumstances with
PS1 Larry Garvin of PSD Jacksonville.
Scorby Jr. "NAS Jax is going to be
growing over the next few years and I
expect we'll be able to do even more in
the future."
Last year, hundreds of local agencies
benefited from the drive, enabling them
to provide critical services within the
surrounding communities of Northeast
Florida and Southeast Georgia.
NAS Jax Food Service Officer
CWO3 Charles Jakes is leading the
CFC for the second year.

See CFC, Page 13
CSC Rosalind Holmes, CFC Specialist .-.l, .
Gloria Roesler of United Way of . '
Northeast Florida and NAS Jax CO i
Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. make the 2008
CFC fund drive official by cutting the
event's ceremonial cake.


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Photos by HM 1(SW) Michael Morgan
Reservists HM1 Nelson Fontanez of Detachment K -
Puerto Rico and HMC Regina.Adam of NH Jacksonville's
Operational Health Support Unit practice various firing
positions during dry fire exercises. Participants were put
through a series of such exercises prior to being issued
ammunition for the live fire training.

Reserve medical

personnel take up arms

By Loren Barnes
NH Jax Public Affairs

W hen a hospital corpsman or medical officer
deploys to the war zone, providing health-
care is not their only role. They are also
warfighters. Like the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines
they care for, they
can find themselves
under enemy fire.
At those times,
defending them-
selves and others in
their unit becomes
their primary mis-
sion.
Knowing .how GM2 James Bilicki of NAS
to handle per- Jacksonville's Weapons
sonal weapons is Department verifies that a train-
part of deployment ee's weapon is clear and safe.
readiness. Naval
Hospital Jacksonville (NH Jax) staff members nor-
mally get firearms training as part of a comprehen-
sive Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course
which is required of all deploying medical personnel.
Conducted every two months at NH Jax, TCCC incor-
porates a couple of extra days of firearms training on
the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office SWAT course.
To attain deployment readiness for medical
Reservists drilling with NH Jax Operational Health
Support Unit (OHSU), with detachments as far-flung
as Atlanta and Puerto Rico, NH Jax Security set up a
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Looking back to 1960...


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Ah, the good old days. The NAS jax Navy Exchange looked more like a convenience store than the full-service NEX we
enjoy today. This facility was located near where the VyStar Credit Union stands today.


Dolls, horror movies too much for military pilot
'By Sarah Smiley
-Special Contributor r-a-- .... a. ... . a -


WI" Then I saw the new Sarah
Palin action figure from
: V HeroBuilders.com, I had
,to get one and not for any politi-
>cal reason. My husband, Dustin, the
military pilot trained for war, is ter-
rified of dolls. He is especially fearful
of dolls whose heads come off.,
I saw the Palin action figure on a
cable news network. The anchorwom-
.an held up three headless bodies and
.,one head (with Palin's characteristic
up-do and reading glasses) that can
-be placed on the body/outfit of your
-choosing.
For the men out there, whose action
figures usually come with the capes
`and pants painted directly onto the
plastic bodies, this idea of three bod-
ies and one head must be unsettling.
While it is especially unsettling to
Dustin, the unusual nature of the
Palin action figure was exciting for
me. I want to buy one and send it to
Dustin at work. Imagine him going to
his inbox and opening a package with
three headless doll bodies and just
one doll head.
Why is Dustin so skittish about
dolls and otherwise normal house-
hold items that turn into creatures of
horror on TV and at the movies? He
watches two episodes of "The Twilight
Zone" every night before bed. It never
bothers him. But show him something
mundane, such as a doll, and my mil-
itary-pilot husband (who has been
trained for war, remember) will send
me to take the trash out after dark-
ness falls.
Just last month, we watched

NAS Jax


telephone til

From NCTS Jacksonville


Due to a Department of Defense
instruction, you may no longer dial '2'
followed by the last four numbers of
the person you are calling on base.
Now you must dial the complete seven-digit
number. Examples of the change:
On Base: 542-1234
Local: 99 + 123-4567
Long Distance: 98 + 1-123-456-7890
DSN: 94 + 922-1234
For the Jacksonville Voice Mail Users
Quick Start Guide, go to: http://www.nctsjax.
navy.mil/.
For additional help, call Base Communi-
cations Office help desk: 542-3570.


F-


Stephen King's thriller "The Mist." It
was part of breaking in our new house
in Bangor, Maine (King's hometown).
The next weekend, a mist rolled in off
the coast, canceling the Blue Angels
air show in Brunswick. Dustin didn't
think much about it until I said joking-
ly, "Beware the mist." I'm not positive,
but I think I actually saw him scan the
area for large, man-eating bugs.
The creepiest thing for Dustin,
by far, remains dolls. Especially
antique dolls whose heads wobble,
or whose hair has fallen out, leaving
holes in the scalp.
Last weekend, I watched a garage
full of school-age boys use a base-
ball bat to whack at a pifiata shaped
like Spiderman. My youngest son,
Lindell (almost two years old), who
was sitting on my hip and clinging
to my neck, cried and hid his face
on my shoulder. I bounced him, put
on a cheery voice, and said, "Look!
Look at the pifiata! Isn't this excit-


Need a

CAC? Bring

proper ID
By Stacy Binderim
PSD Jacksonville

Effective immediately,
two forms of identifica-
tion must be presented
to obtain a new DoD Common
Access Card (CAC) or depen-
dent ID card.
Family members should also
present a signed and veri-
fied DD Form 1172, when not
accompanied by their sponsor.
Acceptable forms of identifi-
cation are:
Driver's license or state-
issued ID card
ID card issued by state,
federal or local government
agencies
U.S. or foreign passport
School ID with photograph
U.S. Social Security card
Voter registration card
Birth certificate (original or
certified copy)
Student school record or
report card (children under 18)
Day care or nursery school
record (children under 18).


ing?" Then, my other son took a swing
and knocked the body off Spiderman.
Candy poured from the pifiata's head.
Lindell looked at the empty head
swinging from the garage ceiling and
screamed. I made a mental note never
to buy a pifiata that is shaped like
Clifford or Snoopy.
It seems as if this fear of creepiness,
despite otherwise exceptional intel-
ligence, has also transferred to my
7-year-old son, Ford. Like his father,
Ford is incredibly bright. He was
doing 100-piece jigsaw puzzles when
he was 18 months old. He can explain
how an airplane flies and why a ship
floats. Yet just last night, my ana-
lytical son was curled up in my lap,
afraid to go to sleep, because he had
read a story about Darth Mal from
"Star Wars."
"Honey, it's just a man in make-up,"
I said, rubbing Ford's head.
"I know, Mom," he said. "And that's
really creepy. He has those horns and
stuff."
"Well, try to think of him without
that face. Or picture Yoda's head on
him instead."
: Ford looked like he would vomit.
"Mom, that's worse! You can't just
switch the heads!"
I guess I should be glad he didn't
see the Sarah Palin action figure.
(Note to readers: when HeroBuilders.
com finally got back to me, they said
that the Sarah Palin doll does not
come with three bodies and one head
- that was just the way they demon-
strated it on CNN.)


HEY,


MONEYMANI.

Hey Moneyman!
I just returned from my deploy-
ment to Iraq to find my family
has fallen behind on our mort-
.gage by several payments. Our
adjustable mortgage rate has
also reset and the new payment
hike is really putting a strain on
our finances. Any ideas on what
we can do to help ourselves?
Moneyman Sez:
First of all, welcome home and
thanks for your service to our
country. Since you've been gone
The American Housing Rescue
and Foreclosure Prevention Act
has been signed. Some of its
benefits that may help you would
be the increase from 90 days to
nine months protection from
mortgage foreclosure proceedings
for those returning from tours in
Iraq. You can also use the SCRA-
Service Members Civil Relief Act
to extend a six percent interest
rate on your mortgage for one
year. Another option to consider
is the Housing Relief Act that
was set to provide $180 million
for counseling services for fami-
lies facing foreclosure. Visit www.
hud.gov or call 800 569 4287 for
more details.


DC MICHAEL TREIBER

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Brig

Hometown: Pismo Beach,
Calif.

Favorite duty station/
Why? Pearl Harbor,Hawaii/
Weather.

Last book read: Into the Wild

Favorite pastime:Jishing,

Most interesting experience: Father-
hood.




KIMBERLY WOODS

Job title/command:
Certified Dental Assistant

Hometown: Jacksonville,
Texas

Favorite duty station?
Hawaii.

Last book read: Long-termn Care Administra-
tion

Favorite pastime: Peace and quiet.

Most Interesting Experience: Giving
birth.

Who is your hero? God.


SUN DAY- SE RVLC S &
You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Sunday:


Sunday 8:15 a.m. -


Holy Eucharist
Episcopal
Catholic Mass


9:30 a.m. -


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.




^ji New s,

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer...................... Capt. lack Scorby Jr.
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer............................... Cmdr. Ellis Bowler
Command Master Chief ............................... CMDCM(SW/SS) Jeff Hudson
Public Affairs Officer ..................................................... Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Public Affairs Officer.........................................Kaylee LaRocque
S Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor ...................................................................................... Clark Pierce
Assistant Editor ....................................................... QM2 Nicole Beatty
Design/Layout............................................................... GeorgeAtchley

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Photos by Clark Pierce
NAS jax Firefighters will explain the workings of a fire engine during Fire Prevention Week
Oct. 5 11.


Fire prevention week begins Sunday


From NAS jax
Fire Department

Afull week of activi-
ties under the ban-
ner of "Prevent
Home Fires" are planned
for Oct. 5 -11 at NAS
Jacksonville.
"Fire prevention week
commemorates the Great
Chicago Fire the two
day blaze that killed more
than 250 people, left more
than 100,000 homeless and
destroyed more than 17,000
buildings in October of
1871," said Fire Inspector
Robert Winchester.
"That tragedy inspired
reform across America and
spurred new fire safety
codes and public awareness
campaigns. Each October,
the National Fire Protection
Association (NFPA) spon-
sors a fire prevention
campaign to highlight the
importance of fire safety
education," he explained.
The theme for 2008 focus-
es on preventing fires in the
home, which is where 80
percent of U.S. fire deaths
occur.
The leading causes of
fires in the home are cook-
ing, heating and electrical
equipment.
Check your watch! Ac-
cording to the latest NFPA
statistics:
A fire department
responds to a fire every 19
seconds.
One home fire is report-
ed every 80 seconds.
One person is injured in
a fire every 32 minutes.
One person dies in a
fire every 2 hours and 42
minutes.


Fire prevention
week calendar
Oct. 5-11, from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. daily open house
at all fire stations.
Oct. 6-9 base-wide,
unannounced fire evacua-
tion drills.
Oct. 6, from 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. Fire Prevention
display with fire crews, fire
safety materials, children's
fire hats, "Pluggie" the talk-
ing fire hydrant, and Fire
Safety House at the NEX
Court Yard, Building 987.
Oct. 6, from 4 to 6
p.m. Fire Safety House,
Pluggie the talking fire
hydrant, fire hats, rulers,
pencils, and fire appara-
tus at the NAS Jax Youth
Center, Building 2069.
Oct.7, from 10 to 11
a.m. Pluggie the talking
fire hydrant, fire inspectors
and engine company visit
the Children's Ward and
Pediatrics Clinic at Naval
Hospital Jax, Building
H2080.
Oct. 8, from 9 to 11
a.m. Fire Safety House,
Pluggie the talking fire
hydrant, fire inspectors and
engine company visit the
Child Development Center,
Building 705.
Oct. 9 base-wide, unan-
nounced fire evacuation
drills.
Did you know that in
2006:
U.S. fire departments
responded to almost 400,000
home structure fires.
Home fires killed an
average of seven people
every day.
More than 65 percent of
deaths occur in homes with
either no smoke alarms


or no functioning smoke
alarms.
December and January
are the peak months for
home structure fire deaths.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 2, 2008 3


Hail to the chief


The Navy Fire Safety House teaches children how to call for
help and evacuate a structure safely.



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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS lax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. pins a Civilian Meritorious Service
Medal on Fire Chief Randy Hall during his retirement ceremony Sept. 26. Hall retired
from the federal fire service after 33 years.


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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 2, 2008



Drugs and alcohol impact readiness


By FLTCM(SW/SS) Rick West
Fleet Forces Command

What is the impact of
drug- and alcohol-relat-
ed incidents on readi-
ness? It is much more than it
appears. Let us first discuss
man-hours I hate to talk so
clinically about this topic, but
one thing leads to another, and
lost man-hours really is the first
step in the bigger picture.
When we have a Sailor who has
an incident with drugs or alcohol,
the loss of his or her man-hours is
just the beginning.
The time they are in custody,
the time they spend being inter-
viewed by everyone required to
talk to the Sailor, the time they
spend at NJP or court martial,
and the time they spend awaiting
separation from service burns an
incredible number of man-hours.
Oh, and did I mention the life-
long impact it will have on you
if you're separated under "other
than honorable" means?
Every drug- or alcohol-related
incident represents much more


FROM THE FLEET


than just a loss of hours from the
Sailor who caused the incident.
Every individual who has to fulfill
a duty in resolving that Sailor's
situation loses -hours they would
have otherwise spent working on
something more productive.
So, our "lost hours" increase
exponentially from one individ-
ual's lost time to several dozen
individuals' lost work time -
including the commanding offi-
cer, the duty master-at-arms, wit-
nesses, the individual's leading
petty officer, leading chief petty
officer, division and department
head and command master chief.
But those individuals who need
to be at the mast are not the only
human assets whose time is lost.
There, are also the yeomen and
personnel specialists who have
to fill out the paperwork. There
are the many hours of extra duty
that have to be supervised and the
required musters the duty master-
at-arms must attend. Not to men-


FLTCM(SW/SS) Rick West


tion every hour the Sailor had to
spend at medical or with the JAG.
And because a Sailor has a
drug- or alcohol-related incident,
they are also required to attend
classes, and receive counseling.
All of that takes more time away
from people who stand up and do


live with that for life. And the
community the Sailor is based in
will have a degraded opinion of
the Navy as a whole because one
their duty. Sailor made the wrong decision.
So, just from one incident, that That right decision is exactly
Sailor has caused the Navy to lose what we mean when we talk
dozens of man-hours from a mul- about our high standards of per-
titude of Sailors in many different formance, military discipline and
jobs. Hours that could have been readiness. It is pride, profession-
spent performing tasks vital to alism and personal excellence.
the Navy. But lost man-hours are And to all the Sailors out there
not the only result of drug- and who have made that right choice,
alcohol-related incidents. I thank you for not putting those
There is a loss of money from burdens on your family, co-work-
cost of programs and paperwork ers, command, community, Navy
related to these incidents, and country.
There are the inevitable man- And to those of you who haven't
ning shortages that follow because made the right decision, but
the Sailor was discharged or lost haven't been caught, I want to
a security clearance. assure you that our urinalysis
When Sailors lose their secu- programs are good and you will
rity clearance, they can no longer be eventually caught, so please
work in their office or shop -so, reconsider the consequences of
the Sailor's co-workers now have your actions and don't be that
to complete extra work because person who causes so much strain
one Sailor made a stupid decision. and pain!
A drug- or alcohol-related inci- Make sure you're never the per-
dent also affects the people sur- son who causes so much harm
rounding that Sailor. He or she to our community and our Navy.
will have to face their family and Make the right choice.


Equal opportunity advisors


hold annual meeting in Memphis


By MC2(AW) LaTunya Howard
Navy Personnel Command


The 2008 Navy Equal Opportunity
Advisor (EOA) and Diversity
Training Symposium was
held Sept. 22 26 in Memphis, Tenn.
The meeting theme, "Accentuate the
Positive: Pathway to a Healthier
Command Climate," promoted the
notion that a healthy organizational cli-
mate is critical to mission readiness.
Rear Adm. Scott Hebner, assistant
commander, Navy Personnel Command
for Career Management, spoke to an
audience of approximately 300 fleet-
wide EOAs, Command Managed Equal
Opportunity (CMEO) officers, command
master chiefs and civilians. "Equal oppor-
tunity and diversity are both important
elements of our Navy Total Force and
are an necessity as we go forward and
remain competitive with the private sec-
tor workforce," said Hebner.
"Everyone is different. Diversity is
based on the concept of recognizing and
embracing these differences. We must
respect and encourage those differences
to further our mission and to remain the
best."
The symposium offers professional
development training for command level
EOAs, CMEOs and other leadership that
address equal opportunity and diversity


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Jacksonville

Air Show
October 25 26


issues. The training focused on effective
interpersonal communications, current
diversity strategies, equal opportunity
policies and the Navy's diversity cam-
paign plans.
"We are more diverse now than we
were when I was on my first ship," said
Cmdr. Bill Garren, executive officer,
Navy Recruiting District (NRD) Atlanta,
a prior-enlisted limited duty officer who
has served more than 30 years in the
Navy. "The Navy's (EO and CMEO) pro-
grams are better than a lot of private
sector organizations and we're going to
continue to get better. I've learned a lot
here that I can take back and apply to
our recruiting efforts," added Garren. "It
has been very enlightening. There have
been some great speakers, including the
CNO's (Chief of Naval Operations) advi-
sor for diversity, who shared the CNO's
guidance.
"I got a much clearer understanding,"
said EMC(SW/AW) Jeffery Sampson,
CMEO for NRD Atlanta.
"The CNO's guidance on diversity
includes driving toward a Navy that
reflects the face of the nation."
For more information about
equal opportunity and diversity in
the Navy visit: www.npc.navy.mil/
CommandSupport/EqualOpportunity/ or
www.npc.navy.mil/CommandSupport/
Diversity/.


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by all Naval aviators.
The graceful aerobatic
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cert with the fast-paced,
high-performance maneu-
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t's clear motorcycle
helmets save lives.
According to the
National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration
(NHTSA), motorcycle rid-
ers who do not wear hel-
mets are 40 percent more
likely to incur fatal head
injuries than riders who
do.
The US Department
of Transportation (DOT)
requires that all motorcy-
cle helmets sold in the U.S.
meet Federal Motor Vehicle
Safety Standard (FMVSS)
218. Each year, DOT con-
ducts compliance testing to
determine whether helmets
being sold in the U.S. meet
the federal safety standard.
Here's what to check for:
DOT Sticker
Helmets that meet
FMVSS 218 must have a
sticker on the outside back
of the helmet certifying
that it meets or exceeds
FMVSS 218. It is important
to note that some sellers of
"novelty" helmets provide
DOT stickers separately for
motorcyclists to place on
non-complying helmets.
The NHTSA requires that
helmets be permanently
labeled, prohibiting labels
that can be removed with-
out tools or chemicals. A
sticker that falls off your
helmet is out of compliance
with FMVSS 218.
Snell Memorial Founda-
tion Sticker
In addition to the DOT
sticker, a label located
inside the helmet designat-
ing that it meets the Snell
standards is a good indica-
tor that the helmet meets
the federal safety standard.
To date, we have never seen
a novelty helmet that has a
phony DOT sticker plus a
phony Snell sticker.
Manufacturer's Label


Manufacturers are
required by FMVSS 218 to
place a label on or inside
the helmet stating the man-
ufacturer's name, model,
size, month and year of
manufacture, construction
materials, and owner infor-
mation. A cheap helmet
that does not meet the fed-
eral safety standard usually
does not have such a label.
SThick Inner Liner
Helmets meeting the min-
imum federal safety stan-
dard have an inner liner-
-usually about one inch
thick--of firm polystyrene
foam. Sometimes the inner
liner will not be visible, but
you should still be able to
feel its thickness. Unsafe
helmets normally contain
only soft foam padding or
a bare plastic shell with no
foam at all.
Weight of Helmet
Depending on design,
unsafe helmets weigh only
one pound or less -hel-
mets meeting FMVSS218
weigh about three pounds.
Become familiar with the


weight of helmets that com-
ply with the federal safety
standard. They feel more
substantial.
Style of Helmet
A design such as the
German Army style or
skullcap style may be a
clue to an unsafe helmet.
Unsafe helmets are notice-
ably smaller in diameter
and thinner than one meet-
ing the DOT standard. A
full-face design is a good
indicator of a safe helmet.
We have never seen a full-
face design novelty helmet.
Remember, a DOT sticker
on the back of the helmet
and proper inside labeling
do not necessarily prove
that a helmet meets all
DOT requirements. Many
helmets have phony DOT
stickers and a limited few
also have manufacturer's
labeling. But the design and
weight of a helmet, thick-
ness of the inner liner, and
quality of the chin strap
and rivets are extra clues
that help set safe helmets
apart from novelty helmets.


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By MC2(AW/SW) Marcel Barbeau
Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs

he greatest thing a man can
do in this world is to make
"T the most possible out of the
stuff that has been given him. This is
success, and there is no other."
Orison Swett Marden
Rear Adm. Hugo Blackwood, deputy
commander, Navy Region Southeast,
achieved a personal and professional
milestone when he retired Sept 26 in
a ceremony at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club.
Prior to becoming a flag officer,
Blackwood was in command of a
Reserve Unit aboard USS Blakely
(FF 1072), USS Samuel Eliot Morison
(FFG 13), Naval Reserve Readiness
Command, USS Inchon (MCS 12)
Reserve Unit, and Naval Surface
Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. After
obtaining flag rank he assumed duties
as deputy. commander, Maritime
Defense Zone Atlantic, U.S. Coast
Guard Atlantic Area in Portsmouth,
Va. He was also deputy commander,
and then vice commander of Military
Sealift Command before he assumed
duties as deputy commander, Navy
Region Southeast.
Although Blackwood accomplished
a lot during his time in the Navy, he
doesn't view his success through his
rank.'
"I leave feeling really good about the
Navy, my career, and what I've per-
sonally accomplished," he said. "But I
don't measure my success by how high
I've gone in rank I measure it by the
accomplishments of those around me
and of those with whom I work."
Blackwood applied for the U.S.
Naval Academy before graduating
high school, but wasn't accepted, so


he enlisted two weeks after gradua-
tion.
"My dad spent 33 years in the
Army and both of my older brothers
had already joined the Navy," said
Blackwood. "Dad said the military was
an honorable career, but he told me to
choose any service I liked, so I joined
the Navy like my older brothers."
After deciding to make a career of
the Navy, he reapplied to the Naval
Academy and was accepted. He grad-
uated in 1973 with a bachelor's degree
in electrical engineering. After 39
years as an officer he still remembers
his days as an enlisted Sailor.
"My greatest satisfaction was work-
ing with the guys onr the deckplates,
in the engine room, and on the refuel-
ing rigs to accomplish the mission,"
said Blackwood.
He said he wouldn't have accom-
plished anything without his family
supporting him at home.
"My wife and my family have been
my biggest supporters. If you're suc-
cessful in your career, then you have
to give back to your family that care,
that love, and that understanding,
because they enabled you to succeed.
Every now and then, if you have to
say no to a job in order to do some-
thing for your family, then you do it."
Blackwood's role model and inspi-
ration throughout his career was his
uncle, retired Navy Rear Adm. H.
Granger Ewart.
"When I was in the 11th grade he
made rear admiral (lower half)," said
Blackwood. "My aunt took a picture
of him standing in the back yard in
his brand new service dress blue uni-
form. I put that photo on our refrig-
erator. While at the Naval Academy
Prep School in Bainbridge, Md., he
made rear admiral (upper half) and


Rear Adm. Hugo Blackwood

was visiting Bainbridge when I was a
seaman apprentice. My company com-
mander pulled me out of class, stuffed
me in my whites and paraded me up
to the CO's office to see him. It was
really neat to spend some time with
him."
When his uncle retired, he gave
Blackwood this advice: "We each have
a gift that we need to give back. There
is no free ride here. Opportunities
aren't just handed to you, you have to
create them."
Blackwood took that advice to mean
there's no substitute for hard work.
"If you work hard and do your best,
it doesn't matter how far you go in
the organization, you can always look
back with pride, knowing you gave it
your best effort."
After 41 years of service, Blackwood
doesn't intend to abandon his contact
with the Navy.
"Retirement won't end my affilia-
tion with the Navy," said Blackwood.
"I still intend to support the Navy
League and become a Blue and Gold
officer at the Naval Academy. It will
be different not putting on the uni-
form and coming to work.
When asked if he regrets staying in
as long as he has, Blackwood replied,
"I always said I would stay as long
as I enjoyed it, and I never stopped
enjoying it."


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 2, 2008 5
It's flu season:


You know the drill

By S. Ward Casscells, M.D.
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs


The kids are settled in at school and autumn is in
full swing. Along with creating new Halloween cos-
tumes and deciding where you'll celebrate the holi-
days, please make time to vaccinate yourself and' your
family against the flu bug.
Influenza (flu) is a highly infectious disease that can
range from mild- to life-threatening. Each year about
200,000 people in the U.S. are hospitalized because of the
flu. The best way to protect against influenza viruses is to
get vaccinated every year, by either an injected vaccine or
a nasal spray.
DoD requires flu vaccines for all active duty, Reserve
and National Guard members, as well as all health care
personnel at military treatment facilities, to ensure the
health and safety of our service members.
In addition to your flu vaccination, always remember
to wash your hands, cover your coughs and sneezes, stay
home when you are sick, and avoid contact with people
who are sick.
Vaccinations for NH Jax-enrolled patients 9 years and
older will be held in the main conference room on the hos-
pital's second floor, adjacent to the NEX Snack Bar.
* Oct. 6, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
* Oct. 7, 2- 8 p.m.
* Oct. 8, 8 a.m.- 4 p.m.
* Oct. 20, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
* Oct. 21,8 a.m.- 4 p.m.
* Oct. 22, 2- 8 p.m.
Flu vaccine is recommended for children ages 5-18.
Children under the age of 9 enrolled at the NH Jax should
visit the immunization clinic within their primary care
enrollment site.
For more information call (904) 542-4677, option 4 or
visit online at NavalHospitalJax.med.navy.mil.


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Team Navy jax members gather with the NAS jax Honor Support Team at the starting line
of the Bike MS PGA Tour Cycle to the Shore
event Sept. 20.


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Team Navy Jax member David Team Navy Jax member Jerry Dryden
Santillo of Fleet Readiness Center Lisa Berger of Naval Hospital Jax Patrick Hall, a member of Team Navy prepareshis gear for the long ride.
Southeast checks his speedometer checks her spedometer prior to hit- Team Navy Jax member John Ruoss Jax, checks his gears on his bike in
before hitting the road. ting the road. puts his number on his bike in prep- the early morning hours.
aration of the ride.


TEAM


NAVY JAX


HELPS


RAISE


FUNDS


FORMS

By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO

or the fourth consecutive year, 28
members of Team Navy Jax spent
the weekend of Sept. 20-21 pedaling
184 miles in support of the 22nd annual
Bike MS PGA Tour Cycle to the Shore
benefiting the National Multiple Sclerosis
(MS) Society, a Combined Federal
Campaign (CFC)-supported charity.
The group gathered early Saturday
morning at the St. Augustine Airport on
U.S. Highway 1 with about 2,2000 other
riders to participate in the grueling but
scenic ride along the Northeast Florida
coast.
"Team Navy Jax members are awesome.
The officers, enlisted and civilians on the
team truly care about the Jacksonville
community. They pedal thousands of miles
every year in an effort to give back to the
city and its residents," said team captain
Miriam S. Gallet.
"This is our fourth year riding the MS
event and we are very grateful to all our
sponsors for their support. As long as there
is a good cause, the men and women of
Team Navy Jax will continue to pedal. We
want to make a difference in the lives of
those suffering with MS or diabetes," she
added.
The team dedicates its annual MS ride to
a NAS Jax family member who was diag-
nosed with MS in 1991, Ann Bushick, wife
of Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Director John Bushick.
Since their very successful participation
in Tour de Cure in May, Team Navy Jax


has spent numerous hours participating
in spinning classes at the NAS Jax MWR
Department Fitness Center and getting
together to ride in locally sponsored events.
By Saturday morning, they were ready to
go and excited about participating in such
a worthy cause. The event was kicked off
by the presentation of colors by the NAS
Jax Honor Support Team members ATAN
Kishana Middleton, ATAN Jeff Jadro,
ATAN Lee Robinson and IT3 Gayle Eanes.
After the national anthem was played,
the NAS Jax Weapons Department 40mm
Saluting Team fired the guns to signal the
beginning of the ride. The saluting team
consisted of GM1 Nicolas Christman, AO1
Justin McCray, GM2 James Bilicki, GM2
Matthew Dick, GM2 Allen Helenihi and
GM2 James Wright.
"I enjoyed representing Team Navy Jax
in the MS ride. The ride was great, a little
wet at times, but that added to the fun. It's
great to see everyone from different orga-


nizations come together to support such
an event in the spirit of athleticism and in
compassion for our brothers and sisters who
fight MS on a daily basis," said Lt. Scott
Myers of NAS Jax Operations Department.
"Overall, a great ride for a great cause.
It's great to be part of Team Navy Jax
and to support a CFC-sponsored charity."
"There are three reasons why I chose to
participate in the MS Ride and am a mem-
ber of Team Navy Jax. The first is that the
team is always looking for positive ways to
help and improve the quality of life of oth-
ers through charitable fundraising events.
Second, a friend of mine has MS. He made
chief petty officer but regrettably was
forced to medically retire from the Navy
due to MS," said Lt. Juan Gonzalez of Fleet
Industrial Supply Center Jax. "And above
all and most'importantly, it served as a
fun way to keep my Navy physical readi-
ness within standards, helping me with
my physical fitness assessment and overall


NAS Jax Honor Support Team members IT3
Gayle Eanes (left), ATAN Kishana Middleton,
ATAN Jeff Jadro and ATAN Lee Robinson
proudly present the colors during the playing
of the national anthem.
military bearing."
Even though the event is not a race,
Gonzalez was the first team member to
arrive in Daytona Saturday morning aver-
aging a 22-mph speed.
The Saturday portion of the ride, which
began at the St. Augustine Airport, took
the riders through the back roads of North
Florida, across rivers, along the ocean, up
bridges and through winding roads to their
final destination in Daytona Beach, Fla.
While some only chose to ride one leg of
the race, many spent the night in Daytona
and got up the next morning to pedal back
to the finish line.
Since 1946, the society has spent nearly
$460,000,000 on research of the disease.
By participating in races such as the Cycle
to the Shore, donations can be raised to
help those suffering from this disease and
those who will be diagnosed in the future.
Team Navy Jax members raised approxi-
mately $10,000 towards this effort through
sponsorship and pledges.
"Team Navy Jax has been a long-time
supporter of Bike MS and their captain
Miriam Gallet always helps us out by coor-
dinating the color guard and the weapons
team. We really appreciate all that she
and the team do for this event. They raise


See BIKE RIDE, Page 7


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Photo by Miriam S. Called
SJose Luis Caloca of NAS Jacksonville Air Operations receives
his MS Cycle to the Shore medal from a volunteer upon cross-
ing the finish line at the St. Augustine Airport Sept. 21.


MIRIAM GALLET
TEAM CAPTAIN
WES BATTLE
LISA BERGER
JOSE CALOCA
CURT CAVINS
JERRY DRYDEN
MICHAEL ELLIS
JUAN GONZALEZ
NORMA HACKNEY
PATRICK HALL
JEFFREY HARRISON
ANTOINE IRVING
JOANN MASON
ERNEST MATTISON
CHRISTINE MYERS
SCOTT MYERS
MANUEL ORTIZ
SAUL PAVLINSKY
DAVID PHILLIPS
RUDY QUIVA


JOHN RUOSS
DAVID SANTILLO
SHARON STEWART
FRANCESCA TAYLOR
DAVID TUCKER
MIKE VERNERE
SUSAN
WHITEMOUNTAIN
JANIE WILLIAMS
TONI YATES
ELLYCE POOL
SHAWN WYNN
ERIC ELLINGTON
ROBYN CISERO
BRAD HANDLE
4AMES KEEN
OPE CONLEY
TAMMY TjADEN
ERIC CHATHAM
ED KIRBY
CHUCK TAMBLYN


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Part of the fun of participating in the MS cycling event is the friends that team members make along the way. Lt. Juan Gonzalez
of Fleet Industrial Service Center Jacksonville receives a hug from Denise Vaugeois, a fellow cyclist he rode with to the finish
line. "Lt. Gonzalez was awesome. He is truly an officer and a gentleman and I am glad he was there to help me get to the fin-
ish line. We relied in each other to complete this event," said Vaugeois.


BIKE RIDE: Team Navy Jax pitches in with pedal power for MS


From Page 6


thousands of dollars for this cause
and continue to grow and show their
support to the community despite
everything that is going on in the
world and all they do for our nation,"
said Emily Rouse, team coordinator
for Bike MS PGA Tour Cycle to the
Shore.
The MS North Florida Chapter
hopes to raise 1 million during the
two-day event. If you would like to
support Team Navy Jax, visit www.
nationalMSsociety.org/fln and click on
ePledges.
Team Navy Jax wearing a sharp


looking uniform praised their main
sponsors Navy Federal Credit Union
(NFCU) and VyStar Credit Union
for their continued support. Other
sponsors included the USO, Navy
Exchange, Michelob, Subway, Outpost
C-Store and Box Seats.
"We are very thankful to have
VyStar and NFCU as our main spon-
sors. Our cycling jerseys and shorts
truly depict what our team is all
about," said Gallet.
CFC is the world's largest and most
successful annual workplace charity
campaign with more than 300 CFC
campaigns throughout the country
and internationally to help raise mil-


lions of dollars each year, accord-
ing to the U.S. Office of Personnel
Management.
Pledges made by federal civil-
ian, postal and military donors dur-
ing the campaign season which runs
September through December support
eligible non-profit organizations that
provide health and human service
benefits throughout the world.
For more information on Team
Navy Jax and the charity rides they
participate in, call 635-1654.
Neither the Navy nor any part of
the federal government endorses any
company sponsor or their products or
services.


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Several Team Navy lax members posed for the camera before
departing in the annual North Florida Bicycle Club Endless
Watermelon Ride Sept. 7. The popular ride is one of the local
cyclling events the club participates in training for the MS event.
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8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 2, 2008


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Get out of your rut

By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
Many old salts would agree that few trials in life
are more miserable than suffering seasickness
without any possibility of relief. Thankfully, the
good Lord blessed me with dependable "sea legs."
There is the account of one poor soul traversing a rough
passage in tumultuous seas. The seasick man became
claustrophobic,
so he struggled
topside and posi-
tioned himself
on the rail of the
ship. He held on
to that rail for I
dear life and soon
"lost everything"
(if you know \ .
what I mean). A
sailor walked by
and comforted
him. "Sir, I know
this seems bad
for the moment,
but trust me, no
one has ever died
of seasickness." Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
With all the
strength the man could muster, he straightened himself
up. He turned his "green" face to the sailor and said, "Son,
don't tell me that. It's only the wonderful prospect of dying
that keeps me alive."
Although I've never been seasick, I think I know how he
must have felt. There have been times in my own life that
have mirrored the experience. Thank God, it is not very
often but sometimes we get caught in the rut of repetitive,
negative events that appear to have no end in sight. Life
will toss us in the sea of uncertainty and take us to those
desolate places where the thought may cross.our minds:
"Lord, go ahead and punch my card. I'm ready to go home.
Take me out."
It is the terrible experience of feeling stuck in a rut spir-
itually and emotionally. Feelings of nausea and depression
could very well accompany this experience.
Finding ourselves in a rut and bogged down in the muck
and mire (soft, moist barnyard manure) of life can happen
at any time. In those tender moments we may ask some
ultimate questions of God, such as: "Why?" "Where are
you?" and "What am I doing here?"
Here are some suggestions that have helped me.
1. Be patient. These are words I love to hate because
instant gratification is the motto of our times. When our
vehicle gets stuck in the mud, the natural inclination is
to step on the gas, right? Wrong! Stepping on the gas will
bury us even deeper. The solution is to get out of the car,
put traction under the tire and slowly, methodically tap
the accelerator. So, when life seems out of control, take
pause and chill out. Look ahead and fix your eyes on God.
Develop a personal disposition of dependency on God and
then move ahead
2. Change negative habits. Arriving in the muck and
mire of life is gradual. Maybe we made a little compromise
here and there. Eventually we find ourselves bogged down
in a vicious negative cycle. Changing negative habits
requires a daily decision to get back to the basics of good
and practical habits that affirm our moral, spiritual and
ethical convictions
3. Stay accountable. Identify an inner circle of wise and
mature individuals who can be trusted for confidential
advice. These are people with whom we can share our feel-
ings and they will honestly share their insights and help
us to identify positive options. Staying accountable with
them will keep us consistent.
4. Draw near to God. Some of us expect very little from
God. If we expect nothing, then we will look for nothing.
Let us be assured that God is waiting to respond to us as
we develop a disposition of dependency upon Him.







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Chapel Center

Calendar
Sunday, Oct. 5 at 9:30 a.m.
Blessing of the Animals
at All Saints Chapel
Sunday, Oct. 5 at 11 a.m.
Baptismal service
at All Saints Chapel
Sunday, Oct. 5 at 2 p.m.
"Respect Life"
at St. Edward's Chapel
Monday, Nov. 24 at 11 a.m.
Ecumenical Thanksgiving service
Every Monday & Wednesday
at 4 p.m.
Tae Kwon Do with Chaplain
Felder
Help wanted -please call to volun-
teer as a lay communion assistant,
acolyte or prayer petitioner.
NAS Jacksonville
Chapel Center
Corner of Birmingham Avenue
& Mustin Road
904- 542-3051/3052


(Above) Jamaican folkloric dancers "Roots
& Rhythm" performed "Why worry when
you can pray?" at the celebration of
Caribbean culture and faith at NAS Jax All
Saints Chapel Sept. 28.
(At right) Members of Roots & Rhythm,
Chaplain Tom Bingol (center) and his wife,
Jennie (right), with the altar display pro-
vided by the United Caribbean Culture
Association and the Grenadian Association
of Palm Coast.


Improve your life skills with FFSC program


From FFSC

The NAS Jacksonville Fleet
and Family Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills Education
and Support Program is the foremost
preventive measure for avoidance of
personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes
are free to service members and their
families, as well as Department of
Defense civilian personnel aboard the
base.
Pre-registration is required. If spe-


cial accommodations or handicapped
access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
* Separation Workshop Oct. 6 9, 7:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m
* Stress Management Workshop Oct. 7, 9
a.m. to noon
* Relocation Assistance Sponsor Training
-Oct. 7, 1:30 to 3 p.m.
* Best Deals in Car Buying Oct. 14, 1 to
2:30 p.m.
* Military Spouse 101 Oct. 16, 1 to 3 p.m.
SStrategies for First-time Home Buyers
-Oct. 16, 1 to 3 p.m.


* Retirement Workshop Oct. 20 23, 7:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
* Anger Management Workshop Oct. 21, 8
a.m. to noon
* Job Search & Interviewing Techniques
- Oct. 28,10 to 11:30 a.m.
* Resumes & Cover Letters Oct. 28, 12:30
to 2 p.m.
* Federal Employment Oct. 29, 1 to 3 p.m.
* Money, Debt & Credit Management Oct.
30, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
For more information or to register,
call 542-2766.


CREDO marriage enrichment at Georgia retreat center


From Spiritual
Fitness Division Southeast


he Chaplain's Religious
Enrichment Development
Operation (CREDO) offers a
variety of retreats for anyone holding
a Department of Defense ID card who
is over the age of 18. Transportation,
programming, lodging and meals are
free. Retreats are held at the Sea
Retreat Center in St. Simons Island,
Ga.


Marriage Enrichment Retreat
(MER) -Oct. 24-26, Nov. 14-16
The goal of MER is to help couples
work on the intimacy of their rela-
tionship. Communication techniques
are explored, and the Myers-Briggs
Type Indicator assessment helps par-
ticipants understand different per-
sonality types and how they affect
relationships.
A variety of exercises are used to
help couples come together in a non-
threatening environment without the


everyday distractions of work and
home life. An MER helps couples dis-
cover ways to:
SKeep their marriage growing.
SHandle the inevitable conflicts
better.
Build more intimacy and commu-
nication.
Strengthen their marriage emo-
tionally, physically and spiritually.
Register for CREDO events (first
come, first served) by calling 270-
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Navy Memorial 20th Anniversary Rededication
Ceremony Oct. 13 at 10:30 a.m. at the Southbank
Riverwalk.
Greater Jacksonville Veterans Ball Nov. 8 at 6
p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront.
For tickets, call Art Gandionco at 237-4364 or Dave
Pagaduan at 993-4759.
Haven Hospice has volunteer opportunities in
Jacksonville and *St. Augustine for patient/family
care, administrative assistance, fund raising,
pastoral care, bereavement, and community
events. Call Sandra Francis at 733-9818 or 465-
0209.
Fleet Reserve Association Branch 290 monthly
meeting is the first Thursday at 8 p.m., 390
Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach. For information, call
246-6855.
Navy Wives Clubs of America Jax No. 86 meets
the first Wednesday of each month in Building 857
(at the NAS Jax Main Gate) at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift
Shop is open every Tuesday and Thursday, plus,
the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1 p.m.
For information, call 542-1582 or Claire Stacy at
374-0185.
Navy Wives Clubs 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 information, call
387-4332 or 272-9489.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 2, 2008 9


Retired Enlisted Association meets the fourth
Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m. at the
Fleet Reserve Hall at 7673 Blanding Blvd. For
information, call 772-8622 or 771-8696.
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38 meets
the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at
470 Madeira Dr., Orange Park. Service officers
available Tuesday from 9 a.m noon; Wednesday
& Thursday from 1- 4 p.m. to help with VA claims,
call 269-2945 for appointment. Bingo every
Saturday from 10 a.m. 3 p.m., public welcome.
Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees meets the second
Tuesday of each month at 12:30 p.m. at the Orange
Park Library. For information, call 276-9415.
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
Blvd. For information, call 771-6850.
Gold Wing Road Riders Association, Chapter
FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of each month
at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Corral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. For information, call 269-5369 or visit
www.fllx.org.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club meets the first
Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the
clubhouse (Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry
Cove Marina. Open to active duty, reserve and
retired military, plus, and active or retired DOD
civilians. For information, call 778-0805 or email
commodore@njyc.org.
Doll house and miniatures enthusiasts meet
the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the
Hart Haven Baptist Church, 47 Jim Wright Rd.
Share know-how and help with room-boxes, doll
houses and other projects. Call Grace Tobey for
information at 783-0354.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside meets the
second Thursday of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Blvd. across from the Orange Park Mall. For
information contact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or
go to momsclubopw@yahoo.com.
Parents Without Partners meets every second
Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Riverside Mason
Lodge, 1225 S. McDuff Avenue. For information,
call Tony at 349-0078 or email tonylacls@hotmail.
com.


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Challenge: commands, squadrons
and departments are encouraged to
"Beat the Holidaze with MWR" pro-
gram to win money for their MWR funds.
Contest: design a super size holiday
card using plywood provided by MWR.
Each contestant is responsible for provid-
ing their own decorating supplies for the
card only one card may be entered per
command.
Prizes: first $500, second $300 and third
$200 toward their MWR Funds.
Important dates
Oct. 6 pick-up plywood at the Auto
Skills Center, Building 622.
Nov. 10 cards must be turned in to
Auto Skills Center to be eligible for judg-
ing.
Dec. 4 judges select top-three cards.
Dec. 5 winners announced at the 2008
Christmas Tree Lighting.
Entry Information
Each command, squadron or depart-
ment may enter only one card.
Individuals cannot enter the contest.
Command, department or squadron
must provide completed registration form
for card.


Holiday Card Contest
Entry Form


Command/Squadron:
Phone:
Point of Contact Name:

Submit this entry form to MWR Holiday
Card Contest via Guard mail-Box 14
or fax to: 542.3424. Call 778-9772 for
additional information.
For official use only: Time_
Date Initials_
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MWR provides plywood sheet for each
card and will display all cards.
Command responsible for all work on
the card and costs incurred in decorating.
Plywood sheet cannot be cut.
No electricity is allowed.
Scenes will be judged on originality,
creativity and presentation.
MWR reserves the right to refuse any
cards that are in bad taste and do not dem-
onstrate a wholesome holiday theme.
MWR is responsible for putting up all
card displays in designated area.


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.T he Pink Ribbon Symposium to
inform women and spouses of the
most recent advances in breast
cancer prevention and treatment options
is scheduled for Oct. 4 from 8 a.m. to
noon at the Thrasher-Home Conference
Center on the campus of St Johns River
Community College in Orange Park.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Command-
ing Officer Capt. Bruce Gillingham and
Executive Officer Capt. Jennifer Vedral-
Baron will take part in the 7:45 a.m.
ribbon-cutting ceremony. Keynote speak-
er is First Coast News Anchor Jeanne
Blaylock. creator of the Buddy Check
12"t early detection program.
Area physicians, along with experts in
fields related to living with breast can-
cer, will participate in a variety of panel


discussions, including:
New advances in surgical, chemo-
therapy and radiation techniques
Reconstruction options after treat-
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Exercise and nutrition as part of
overall health and wellbeing
Disability, legal and insurance issues
after diagnosis
Genetic counseling, risk factors of
breast cancer and family decision-mak-
ing
Post-Treatment survivorship
Legal and insurance, issues that.
affect health care options
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Raffles for gift bags will be held through-
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Association of Aviation Ordnancemen meets the
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call AOC Robert Price at 542-2849 or Jim Bohac at
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First Coast Black Nurses Association meets
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HIV/AIDS Support Group for Women infected
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Northeast Florida Chapter of the Military
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followed by dinner. RSVP to George Allen at 772-
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Hispanic heritage ticket deadline is today
From NAS lax MCAC i+ .... dnA'. MIAC r.


NAS Jax Multicultural Awareness
Committee (MCAC) presents
its annual Hispanic Heritage
Luncheon at 11 a.m. Oct. 9 at NAS Jax
Officers' Club.
Tickets are now on sale for $12 by con-


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Photo courtesy of VP-16
it. Tracy Collier (standing 4th from left) and Lt.j.g. Kevin Harrington (standing 3rd from right),
in Bergen, Norway for a presail planning conference, pictured with sailors from the Russian
warship Severmorsk in front of a Russian Helix anti-submarine helicopter.


Flexibility


gets VP-16


over the hump


By Lt.j.g. Kevin Harrington
VP-16 Public Affairs Officer

Flexibility has been
the mainstay of the
VP-16 "War Eagles"
and the CMO-11 "Black
Tips" in successfully pass-
ing the midpoint of their
deployment from NAS
Jacksonville.
"The pre-deployment fam-
ily night was filled with
talk about hot, sandy places
and desert fatigues," said
Commanding Officer Cmdr.
Mark Creasey. "However,
one month before departure,
everything changed. VP-16
and CMO-11 Detachment
Bravo deployed to Kadena
Air Base in Okinawa, Japan
- while also deploying one-
third of its personnel to
Sigonella, Italy." War Eagle
and Black Tip Sailors quick-
ly adapted to the theater
shift and continue to achieve
great results for command-
ers in both PACOM and
EUCOM. During the first
three months alone, VP-16
and CMO-11 Det. Bravo
flew 455 hours in Sigonella
and 1,021 hours in Kadena.
Professionalism is of the
utmost importance. Even
though there are many oper-
ational missions that test a
wide range of skills, show-
ing the flag in a respectful
and professional manner is
equally important. Whether
it is launching a ready crew
for ASW in the Far East,
flying NATO support in the
Mediterranean, or providing
humanitarian assistance,
War Eagle aircrews. sup-
ported by Blacktip mainte-
nance warriors, are always
*at the ready.
UVP-16 and CMO-11 Det
:irivo sent detachments to
&negal and Cape Verde
foster training partner-
Xips and goodwill with our
Afican allies. They showed
:Egceptional professionalism
:~taltOps 2008 in Germany
and as guests of the Navy
JLeague of Southern France
for the 4th of July.
,-Interacting with host
nations is a critical aspect
of American diplomacy.
*Examples are flying with the


CNO of the
Ukrainian
Navy for Sea
Breeze 2008
in Odessa,
Ukraine and
successfully
completing
joint exer-
cises with
the Israeli
and Turkish
navies for
Reliant
Mermaid
2008 in
Haifa, Israel.
Northern


CAC-5 to Dakar, Senegal conducted exercises
with the Senegalese Air Force, Cape Verde
Coast Guard and US Coast Guard units. After
accomplishing their mission, a safari ensued.
(Standing from left) AW1 Vaughan, AW2
Trail, Lt. German, Lt. Piro, Lt. Collier, AE1
Andre and Lt.j.g. Harrington. (Kneeling from
left) AT1 Wingate, AW1 Franklin, Lt. Cmdr.
McGowan and AT1 Stevenson.


Eagle in Andoya, Norway
found VP-16 aircrews oper-
ating several hundred miles
north of the Arctic Circle
in joint exercises with the
Norwegian and Russian
navies. Operating jointly
is essential in this age of
net-centric warfare, as evi-
denced by participation in
Northern Viking 2008 out
of Keflavik, Iceland. Here,
aircrews flew in cooperation
with the Icelandic Defense
Force, as well as Norwegian,
Canadian, Danish, and other
NATO sea and air assets.
In addition to VP-16
aircrew and CMO-11
Det Bravo, the team in
Sigonella includes person-
nel from CMO-2 of Kaneohe
Bay, Hawaii and CMO-10
of Whidbey Island, Wash.
They conduct regular and
unscheduled maintenance
on both 6th Fleet and
5th Fleet P-3 Orions. The
team in Sigonella also fos-
tered relationships with
local charities such as
the Pecorino Institute, an
orphanage and school for
handicapped children.
On June 21, Typhoon
Fengshen devastated the
Philippine Islands and at
a moment's notice, VP-16
sent two crews from Kadena
AB to assist in the recovery
and relief efforts. Combat
Air Crews 3 and 4 flew sun-
rise to sunset, scouring an
18,000 square mile area for
survivors of a capsized ferry.
They provided direct support
to the Reagan Strike Group
to search for Filipino sur-


vivors, recover casualties,
and provide aid to civilians
lacking water and supplies.
CAC 7 answered a call to
action for search and rescue
after the B-52 crash off the
coast of Guam on July 21.
The War Eagles in
Kadena work with US Air
Force and Japanese part-
ners on a daily basis, coor-
dinating airborne support
events with the 390th Intel
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Official U.S. Navy photos
Team Lead Cmdr. Kevin Roye (center), of NAVFAC Southeast Civil Engineer Corps, was for-
ward deployed in Sept. to assess the effects of hurricane damage to Haiti's infrastructure.



NAVFAC assessment



team deploys to Haiti


By Sue Brink
NAVFAC Southeast Public Affairs Officer

A team of four Naval Facilities
Engineering Command (NAVFAC)
Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) officers
mobilized to Haiti in Sept. to assess the
effects of several hurricanes that damaged
the country's key infrastructure.
The CEC team, headed by Cmdr. Kevin
Roye, NAVFAC Southeast Lead for the
South Atlantic Integrated Product Team,
will support U.S. Southern Command to
provide damage assessment and engineer-
ing surveys of the country., The team con-
sists of two CEC officers from NAVFAC
Southeast, Jacksonville, Fla.; one from
NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic, Norfolk, Va. and
one from NAVFAC Southwest, San Diego.
"Our team is always on standby to take
emergency measures when necessary," said
NAVFAC Southeast Commanding Officer
Capt. Doug Morton. "The NAVFAC team
is experienced in dealing with hurricane
damage and will provide, excellent assis-
tance while they are in Haiti."
As the team compiles reports of the dam-
age, they will forward the information back
to NAVFAC Atlantic for further review and
plan development.
"Going into a hurricane-damaged area


is not new to NAVFAC," said NAVFAC
Southeast Operations Officer Capt. Darius
Banaji. "We train for this. This team will
go in and assess damages so the Haitian
government will have a good estimation of
where they stand and what will need to
be done to get them back to some kind of
normalcy."
During response to Hurricane
Gustav, NAVFAC Southeast deployed
Contingency Engineering Response Team
(CERT) to New Orleans to provide damage
assessment capabilities with great success.
NAVFAC Midwest, NAVFAC Northwest,
NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic and NAVFAC
Southwest also had CERTs on stand-by to
provide support for Hurricanes Gustav and
Ike.
In recent years, NAVFAC has deployed
CERTs, comprised of structural, electrical,
and mechanical engineers, architects, roof-
ing specialists, community planners and
construction contract specialists, to offer
professional engineering and contracting
support to installations affected by disas-
ters such as hurricanes. Such support
could include restoration of basic installa-
tion functions such as opening roadways,
sanitation, water, electricity and commu-
nications to meet an installation's mission
readiness.


Photo by Annalisa Cachin
Steve Hind, NAVFAC Southeast Safety Specialist (right) assists participants in a recent
32-hour "fall protection" training course. Each student was strapped into a harness sus-
pended from a beam in the NAS Jax Fire Department to simulate hanging in air while
awaiting rescue after a fall.



Jacksonville contractor



wins NOTU contract


By Sue Brink
NAVFAC Southeast Public Affairs Officer


Naval Facilities Engineering
Command (NAVFAC) Southeast
recently awarded an $8.3 million
contract to L.C. Gaskins Construction Co.,
Inc. of Jacksonville for a new Engineering
Services Facility (ESF) aboard Cape
Canaveral Air Force Station (AFS).
"The new facility will replace several
aging facilities now used by the U. S. Navy
at the Cape," said Capt. James M. Kuzma,
commanding officer, Naval Ordinance Test
Unit (NOTU). v
"The ESF will allow for improve work-
place efficiency while reducing the overall
square footage of occupied and maintained
space by consolidating several aging facili-
ties under one roof."
This reduction of square footage is also
in keeping with the Navy's overall goal of
footprint reduction.


The project provides for a single-story
structure constructed on cast-in-place con-
crete foundation with load-bearing con-
crete tilt panel walls and SBS-modified
bitumen roof membrane system. All work
will be performed aboard Cape Canaveral
AFS and is targeted for completion by Dec.
2010.


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Photos by Clark Pierce
"Once a Mauler, always a Mauler." Former VS-32 commanding officers, (from left) Cmdr.
Doug Carpenter, retired Capt. Randy Bahr, Capt. Marty Smith, Capt. Kelly Henderson, retired
Capt. Mark Kitka, retired Capt. Art Harris II, retired Capt. Matt Tuohy, Capt. Evan Piritz,
retired Cmdr. P.E. Bruce, retired Capt. Bob LaBelle Jr., Capt. Ron Carlson, Capt. Ted Fink and
retired Capt. Bob Buehn Jr.


VS-32: 'Maulers' disestablish
From Page 1

and stepped seamlessly into the XO billet.
He's been my sounding board, my crutch
and my good friend. The Navy is losing
a truly great officer tomorrow when he
retires. Thanks for allowing me to fly with
you on your final flight in the Viking."
Later in the ceremony, Paulsen present-
ed Carpenter with the Meritorious Service
Medal for his unmatched personal initia-
tive and intense commitment to excellence
that sustained high-tempo combat support
operations during the squadron's sunset
cruise.
Carpenter, in turn, presented the Navy
and Marine Corps Achievement
Medal to AE1(AW/SW) Robert
Barber Jr., who is also VS-32
Sailor of the Year. His leadership
for plane captains and trouble-
shooters in the line division led to
the completion of 308 sorties and
520 mishap-free flight hours.
The Maulers completed their sunset
cruise and the final carrier deployment
for the S-3 Viking in December 2007.
Although an Atlantic Fleet squadron, VS-
32 completed the last deployment onboard
USS Enterprise (CVN-65) in the western
Pacific. As a component of Carrier Air
Wing 1, the squadron supported ground
forces in Afghanistan and Iraq by conduct-
ing maritime security operations. During


VS-32 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Doug
Carpenter (left) is presented the Meritorious
Service Medal by Capt. Jim Paulsen, com-
mander, Carrier Air Wing One.
VS-32 Commanding Officer
S Cmdr. Doug Carpenter presents
SAE1(AW/SW) Robert Barber Jr.
With the Navy and Marine Corps
Achievement Medal for his deck-
plate leadership in the the Maulers'
line division.
the deployment, Mauler aviators flew 960
sorties totaling more than 2,200 flight
hours. The squadron was at sea for 180
days, with only 13 days in port.
The ceremony concluded as Carpenter
read his orders and relinquished his com-
mand to close another chapter of the S-
3 aviation family album. The Navy's
only remaining S-3 squadron, the VS-22
"Checkmates," is slated for decommission-
ing at NAS Jax in January 2009.


NHJ staff train

From Page 1

special firearms evolution, Sept. 5-7. This
event took place at the Army National
Guard Camp Blanding range, a few miles
south of Jacksonville, Fla.
SIn this event, 75 medical Reservists from
OHSU underwent M9 pistol and M16 rifle
weapons training. Trained in accordance
with OpNavInst 3591.1E, they went through
classroom training and firing range courses
to meet sharpshooter and marksmanship
qualifications.
Hospital Security personnel who volun-
tarily coordinated the training as range
safety officers were NH Jax Security's
MAC Thomas Mace and MAC Luis Abreu.
Volunteering as line coaches were GM1
Robert Hardwick, HM2 Thomas Mclean
and HM3 Marcos Rosado. Volunteering
their expertise as instructors from the NAS
Jacksonville Weapons Department were
AO1 Justin McCray and GM2 James Bilicki.
Day one of the training consisted primar-
ily of classroom instruction on firearms han-
dling, marksmanship and safety according
to Mace. He said from the start, "Safety was
the most important part of the program."
This continued to be the case when the
shooters were issued their weapons and
ammunition. "Despite intense heat, the
training was conducted in a very safe envi-
ronment," said Abreau. We had line coaches
who knew how to provide proper instruction
as well as shooters who were very recep-
tive."
HMC Regina Adam, OHSU Jax headquar-
ters project manager said, "We had a variety
of people, from those were very experienced
to those who had never fired a weapon."
She agreed with Mace, that all were
enthusiastic, from the most junior sailors to
the higher ranking officers involved. Mace


Photo by HM 1 (SW) Michael Morgan
(From left) Lt. Cmdr. Chris Glass of
Detachment A-Atlanta, along with HM1
Stephanie Grimes, a Jacksonville police offi-
cer; HM3 Kathleen Weber, a certified medi-
cal assistant from Jacksonville and Registered
Nurse HM3 Carmon Colon of Detachment
P-Jacksonville load M9 pistol magazines in
preparation for live fire training.
said it was a "fun, safe" weekend on the
range.
Adam said she had numerous e-mails
from the Reservists involved lauding the
instructors for their expertise, patience and
attention to safety. "They were fabulous,"
she said. "They definitely deserve a BZ."
Adam noted that they volunteered their
weekend, with no reimbursement. She said
that Reservists regularly deploy, often as
Individual Augmentees (IAs) in the same
hostile environments as their active duty
counterparts and this training is something
they definitely need.
A total of 60 personnel qualified.
Eighteen earned expert pistol medals and
16 earned expert rifle medals. Qualifying
on the pistols required a minimum of 180
points out of a possible perfect score of 240.
Rifle qualifying required a minimum score
of 140 out of a possible perfect score of 200.
Each bullet fired was worth a possible five
points.
With this training under their belts,
these warriors are better prepared, for the
battlefield and will be more valuable assets
to the units they serve.


CFC: Volunteers will handle commands' pledge cards


From Page 1

"We have 115 tenant commands on NAS
Jax and each one has a CFC volunteer who
will manage pledge cards for the 2008 cam-
paign," said Jakes.
Individuals can donate to CFC with a
cash contribution up front or by pledging
a specific amount to be withheld regularly
from their pay beginning in January 2009
and continuing through December.


Many commands also hold special fund-
raising events to benefit the CFC drive.
Command involvement and leadership
are essential ingredients to making the
campaign successful.
For more information on this year's CFC
drive, contact CW03 Charles Jakes at 542-
4539 or email charles.jakes@navy.mil. or
CSC (SW/AW) Rosalind Holmes at 542-
4239 or email rosalind.holmes@navy.mil.


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Confessions of a legal assistance attorney


Avoid a

broken marriage

By Lt.j.g. William Bloomfield

A s a Navy JAG Corps legal
Assistance attorney, the
first question clients inev-
itably ask is, "Have you ever
seen the TV show JAG?" The sec-
..ond question they ask is, "Have
you seen A Few Good Men?" By
the third question, however, it's
down to business. Regrettably,
many clients, especially those in
the 18 to mid-20s age range, then
ask, "How do I get a divorce?"
If a client is asking this ques-
tion, it often means that he or she
hastily entered into a marriage
either during or right after boot
camp. "It was spring, she was
cute, he had dimples, the birds
were chirping, we were in love,


yada yada yada."
Though I can provide the nec-
essary information about the
mechanics of getting a divorce,
this cannot fully undo the harm
of a broken marriage, espe-
cially if children are involved.
Unfortunately for both me and
Napoleon Dynamite's Uncle Rico,
the technology for time travel
does not yet exist, so I cannot
go back in time and advise my
clients against their imprudent
marriages. However, Johannes
Gutenberg and his 500-year-old
printing press do permit me to
publish the advice I would provide
to my clients if I could go back in
time. Here's what I would say:
So you're thinking of getting
married? Marriage is a great
thing. It permits a man and a
woman to form a physical and
spiritual union, and provides a
stable environment for the raising
of children. In order for marriage


to be great, however, you need to
first determine whether you're
ready for marriage, i.e., whether
you're able to support a family
and ready for kids, and then you
must carefully choose the right
spouse.
It's important that you and your
spouse are more than just good
friends who like spending time
together and like showing ahemm)
'affection' for one another. You
should have similar backgrounds
and beliefs about marriage and
share your expectations of what
marriage will be like. You should
spend time with each other's fam-
ilies and see how your prospective
spouse interacts with the people
that have known him or her for
the longest period.
It's especially important to dis-
cuss the prospect of having chil-
dren and how you will go about
raising them.
Then you must address ques-


tions of money. What are your
spending habits? Will you have
joint bank accounts and joint
credit accounts? Many a marriage
has been derailed by conflicting
viewpoints in these areas.
If you fail to consider such ques-
tions and enter hastily into a mar-
riage because you think you're
going to get more military bene-
fits, think again. Many such mar-
riages fail. I see it happen nearly
every day. Not only will you have
to deal with the hurt and pain of
a relationship gone sour, you'll
also have to try to sever your ties
to this person and likely have to
do it while you're both upset with
one another. Even a so-called
simple divorce with no kids and
no joint assets or liabilities will,
at a minimum, cost a few hun-
dred dollars to file; It could be sig-
nificantly more expensive if your
spouse will not cooperate. If you
have kids together and you need


a divorce, there will be child cus-
tody and child support issues for
the court to address. You'll likely
need to hire a civilian attorney,
which can cost a few thousand
dollars at a minimum.
It's much easier and it costs far
less to get married than to get
divorced. So don't make the mis-
take of haphazardly entering into
an imprudent marriage. Instead,
once you decide you're ready to
marry, be sure to choose your
spouse wisely. If you do, you won't
need my services a few years (or
even a few months) down the
road, and you'll be much happier
for it.
Legal assistance attorneys
are available to help at: NAS
Jacksonville (904) 542-2565 ext.
3006; NS Mayport (904) 270-
5445 ext. 3017. This article is not
intended to substitute for the per-
sonal advice of a licensed attor-
ney.


THIS MONTH IN AMERICAN NAVAL HISTORY


October 1
1880 John Phillip Sousa
becomes leader of Marine Corps
Band
1955 Commissioning of USS
Forrestal (CVA-59), first post-war
super carrier
October 2
1799 Establishment of
Washington Navy Yard
October 3
1962 Launch of Sigma 7
(Mercury 8) piloted by Cmdr.
Walter. Schirra, Jr., USN. In a
mission lasting 9 hours and 13
Minutes, he made 6 orbits at an
altitude up to 175.8 statute miles
at 17,558 mph. Recovery by USS
Kearsarge (CVS-33).
October 4
1944 Aircraft from USS
SRanger. sink five German ships
and damage three in Operation
Leader, the only U.S. Navy carrier
operation in northern European
waters during World War II.
October 5
1863 Confederate David
seriously damages USS New
Ironsides with a spar torpedo off
Charleston, S.C.


October 6
1884 Department of the Navy
establishes the Naval War College
at Newport, R.I.
1958 USS Seawolf (SSN-575)
completes record submerged run
of 60 days, logging over 13,700
nautical miles.
October 7
2001 Operation Enduring
Freedom begins with carrier air
strikes, and ship and submarine
Tomahawk strikes.
October 8
1812 Boat party under Lt.
Jesse Elliott captures HMS
Detroit and Caledonia in Niagara
River.
October 9
1942 First three schools
for enlisted WAVES open at
Stillwater, Okla. (Yeoman),
Bloomington, Ind. (Storekeepers),
and Madison, Wisc. (Radiomen).
October 10
1845 Naval School, later
the Naval Academy, opens in
Annapolis, Md. with 50 midship-
men and seven faculty.
1985 Fighters from USS
Saratoga (CV-60) force Egyptian


airliner, with the hijackers of the
cruise ship Achille Lauro aboard,
to Italy where they were taken
into custody.
October 11
1968 Launch of Apollo 7, the
first U.S. 3-man space mission,
commanded by Cmdr. Walter
Schirra, Jr. USN. Maj. Ronnie
Cunningham, USMCR served
as lunar module pilot. The mis-
sion lasted 10 days and 20 hours.
Recovery s by HS-5 helicopters
from USS Essex (CVS-9).
October 12
1914 USS Jupiter (AC-3) is
first Navy ship to complete tran-
sit of Panama Canal.
October 13
1775 Happy Birthday, U.S.
Navy. Congress establishes
Continental Navy, later the U.S.
Navy.
October 15
1948 First women officers
on active duty sworn in as com-
missioned officers in regular
Navy under Women's Service
Integration Act of June 1948.
1960 USS Patrick Henry
(SSBN-599) begins successful fir-


ing of four Polaris test vehicles
under operational rather than
test conditions.
October 16
1942 Carrier aircraft from USS
Hornet (CV-8) conduct attacks on
Japanese troops on Guadalcanal.
October 19
1915 Establishment of
Submarine Base at New London,
Connecticut.
1944 Secretary of Navy orders
African American women accept-
ed into Naval Reserve.
October 20
1944 Seventh Fleet lands over
60,000 Army troops on Leyte,
Philippines while Japanese air-
craft attack.
October 21
1797 Launching of USS
Constitution at the Charlestown
Navy Yard, Boston. The ship is
now the oldest commissioned ship
in the U.S. Navy.
October 24
1962 Atlantic Fleet begins
quarantine operations to force
Soviet Union to agree to remove
ballistic missiles and long range
bombers from Cuba.


October 26
1944 Battle of Leyte Gulf ends
with Navy carrier and USAAF
aircraft attacks on the retreating
Japanese ships. U.S. forces sink
many Japanese ships including 4
carriers, 3 battleships, 10 cruis-
ers, and 9 destroyers, for a total
of 26 capital ships.
October 30
1775 Congress authorizes
four vessels for the defense of the
United Colonies.
October 31
1941 German submarine U-
552 sinks USS Reuben James
(DD- 245), first U.S. ship lost to
enemy action in World War II.
1943 Lt. Hugh O'Neill of
VF(N)-75 gets first Japanese air-
craft kill by a radar-equipped
night fighter of the Pacific Fleet.
1961 Disestablishment of
Fleet Airship Wing One and ZP-1
and ZP-3, the last lighter-than-
air operating units at Lakehurst,
N.J.

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5541 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
5443 SAN JUAN AVE.
1179 PARKAVE.
7628103RD ST.
6842 WILSON BLVD
6008 1AKE COVE AVE.
1734 KINGSLEY AVE.
206 PARK AVE.
1313 BLANDING/KNIGHT BOXX
341 PARK AVE.
1952 PARK AVE.
4603 BLENDING BLVD.
6510 NORMANDY BLVD.
6409 SAN JUAN AVE
6970 103rd ST
11 LANDING BLVD
620 CHAFFEE RD
CECIL FIELD
5391 COLLINS RD.
6260 103RD ST.
7900103RD ST.
1670 WELLS RD.
5480 COLLINS RD
511 BULLS BAY HWY
10980 NEW KINGS RD(US 1)
4511 SAN JUAN AVE
7023103rd ST
640 STOCKTON ST
277 BLENDING BLVD
500-60 HWY 17 & CR 220
4429 WABASH AVE.
4441 WESCONNETT BLVD.
7254103RD ST.
CECIL FIELD
182 BLENDING BLVD,
1441 DUNN AVE
821 BLENDING BLVD
7313 LEM TURNER RD
132 BLENDING BLVD
1548 PARK AVE
634 BLENDING BLVD
1585-B ISLAND LANE


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2692 LANDING BLVD MDG
1445S6th ST MACCL
5800 RAMONA BLVD JAX
2688 OLD MIDDLEBURG JAX
7603 103rdSTJRICKER JAX
3137 SR 220/RUSSELL MDG
2584 SR220 & COLLEGE MDG
5105 SR218W/MALLARD MDG
2816 BLANDING/PEPPERGRASS MDG
4305 HWY 17 & RAGGEDY PT OP
208 LANDING BLVD. OP
KINGSLEYAVE. OP
9763103rd STJCONNIE JEAN JAX
636 McDUFFAVE. S.NEAR 1-10 JAX
770 N McDUFF NEAR BEAVER JAX
102SUZANNE OP
2468 LANDING & SCENIC MDG
338 COLLEGE & OLD JENNINGS OP
1312 BLANDING/OAK OP
8635 BLENDING BLVD JAX
4527 120TH ST. JAX
1335 KINGSLEY AVE. OP
CECIL FIELD JAX
5435 BLENDING BLVD JAX
6407103RD ST. JAX
1464PARK AVE. OP
10401 NORMANDY BLVD. JAX
4152 OLD MIDDLEBURG JAX
8181103rdST. JAX
4856 PARK STJCASSAT JAX
3895 OLD JENNINGS/LONGBAY MDG
2682 BLANDING/218 MDG
4486 MIMOSA/218 MDG
804 BLANDING/CAMP JOHNSON OP
2816 HENLEY RD LKASBURY GCS
3075 HWY 17/MAHAMA GCS
6935 HWY 17/HIBERNIA GCS
756 PARK AVE. OP
187 ARORA BLVD. OP
103RD ST./HARLOW JAX
5647 ROOSEVELT BLVD. JAX
4291 ROOSEVELT BLVD. JAX
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, October 2, 2008 15


Team comes together



to benefit Sailors


By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO
Travel Processing
Center (TPC)
Jacksonville was rec-
ognized Sept. 24 by NAS
Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. for
achieving a major mile-
stone over the past two
months. The center was
recently inundated with
an inordinate amount of
travel claims, was experi-
encing downtime in com-
puter systems and faced
a reduction in manpower
support. This resulted in
a backlog of nearly 2,600
travel claims that needed
to be processed.
Realizing how critical
the situation was, the call
went out to Navy Pay and
Personnel Support Center
(NPPSC) asking for assis-
tance for increased man-
power support. "We sent
out the call for help and
NPPSC and TPC Jax pulled
together a team comprised
of military members and
civilians from detachments
at NAS Jax, NS Mayport,
NSB Kings Bay, Ga., NAS
Atlanta, Ga. The team was
assembled, plan of action
and milestones were imple-
mented and two 10-hour per
day workshifts were imple-
mented, including week-
end operations to address
the issue. The cohesive-
ness and enthusiasm by all
involved was most impres-


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Carmen Gonzalez of the Defense Travel Center works on
a travel claim at the Travel Processing Center aboard NAS
Jacksonville. Gonzalez processed almost 500 claims during
the month of September.


sive and key in turning this
trend around," explained
TPC Supervisor Joyce
Edmonson. "Our team has
been working overtime and
night shifts to get caught
up. As of today, we are
down to 550 claims total in
house, which means we are
not under the Navy's 30-day
mandated turnaround time
for all travel claim liquida-
tion processes. Our team
is committed to delivering
the best possible customer
service to the warfighter.
Of course claims keep roll-
ing in each day, but we
are working diligently to
streamline processes, com-
municate inefficiencies
and eliminate unnecessary


Got a consumer problem?


The following are
phone numbers of
contacts who can
help with consumer prob-
lems:
Family Service Center -
542-2766
Better Business Bureau
-721-2288
State Attorney's Office
Consumer Mediation 630-


2075
City of Jacksonville/
Consumer Affairs Division
- 630-3467
Florida Department of
Business & Professional
Regulation 1-850-487-
1395
Construction Industry
investigative services 727-
5590


delays in travel processing
and liquidation."
"Thank you all for the
tremendous work you have
done. I know how far behind
we were with travel claims
and the effort you have put
into this. I know you have
increased your daily pro-
duction by 200 percent and
that says a lot about the
teamwork and energy at
TPC Jax," said Scorby, as
he presented 29 letters of
appreciation to all involved
in this operation. "You are
all working to complete an
important mission and tak-
ing care of Sailors because
that's what it's all about.
Everyone has a right to be
paid and we all know what


a hardship it can be if that
doesn't happen. So, I want
to personally thank you
for the outstanding job you
have done."
"This is definitely a job
well done by everyone
involved. We will continue
to have surge teams trained
and ready to respond should
we experience an increase
in future travel claim
flows," added Edmonson.
"Our people are fantastic!
They are hard workers and
came together as a team
and got these claims done.
And, today is my birthday
so getting recognized for
our achievement is a great
birthday gift."
The TPC processes claims
for a wide range of organi-
zations in theater, including
customers located in Florida;
Georgia; Guantanamo Bay
Cuba; Puerto Rico and for
individual augmentees
serving abroad. Despite the
large geographic territory
that they serve, the NPPSC,
along with TPC Jax is com-
mitted to providing the best
possible service to their cus-
tomers.


Home providers needed
he Child Development Center is looking for
home providers. If you are an on-base resi-
dent, you will only need to be Navy-certified to
become a Home Provider.
If you are an off-base resident, you will have to be
state-certified as well as Navy-certified. This program
is for dependent female and males. For more infor-
mation about this program, contact Lisa Williams or
Ingrid Robinson at 542-5434 / 5529 / 2472.


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Foster is presented an Eagle of Excellence Award from
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. Sept.
24. Foster earned the award for superior support and
customer service by the NEX which includes two mini-
marts, home and garden center. gas station and main
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FREEDOM LANES

BOWLING CENTER
Call 542-3493 for information.

Winter bowling leagues now forming

Wednesday Free Bowling for active duty
11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Color Pin Bowling
5 -10 p.m
$2 games

Saturday Night Extreme Bowling
7 9 p.m. & 9:30 p.m. midnight
$11 per person, includes shoe rental

Sunday
Family Day Special
11 a.m. 5 p.m.
$1.25 games

2008 Freedom Lanes PBA South Region
Open & ProAm
Oct. 17 -19

THE ZONE COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for 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 at 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
Tuesday & Thursday
11 a.m. noon

Monster Dash 5K
Oct. 31
Antenna Farm/Perimeter Road
Open to all base personnel
Pre-registration through Oct. 24
Same-day registration 10:30 11:15 a.m.

Fall Command Sports Challenge
Oct. 16 17
Prizes awarded!

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

Entertainment Books now available over
$18,000 in savings for only $20.

Jacksonville Jaguars Tickets
$42 $59 for 400-level, 200-level & section
147

AMC Gold Experience movie theater tick-
ets now on sale.
No restrictions use for any show, any
time! Only $8.

Halloween Horror Nights: Bloody Mary
Universal Studio Orlando
Win free tickets on ITT Vendor Day Oct. 3,


Giving every baby a healthy start

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The
"Striking
Viking,"
Ewa Mataya
Laurance sets
up her next
trick shot
during her
free billiards
exhibition at
The Zone on
Sept. 25.


10:30 a.m. 2 p.m.
Tickets from $35.75 $72

Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic
Pre-season game Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.
Club level, row E and above $65

Sugarland "Love On The Inside" Tour
With special guest, Kellie Pickler
Jacksonville Arena
Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m. $66

Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m.
"End Stage" Club Level: $68

Daytona 500 tickets now on sale
Sunday, Feb. 15
Great American Race $90
Two-Day SuperStretch Tower $135
Pre-Race Sprint FanZone pass $75
ITT Shuttle $16

FCCJ Broadway Series
Avenue Q, Dec. 13 at 8 p.m. $62
RiverDance, Feb. 14, 2009 at 2 p.m. -
$66.25
Happy Days, Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. $61.25
Fiddler on the Roof, March 28 at 8 p.m.
$64
Wicked, April 25 at 2 p.m. & 8 p.m. $85
Wicked, May 9 at 2 p.m. & 8 p.m. $85

LIBERTY COVE RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restrict-
ed to E1-E6 single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call the Liberty
Cove Recreation Center for more details,
542-3491.

OAR Concert
Saturday
$15 per person

Jaguars vs. Steelers
Saturday
$5 per person

MOVIES AT BASE THEATER
Open to all hands call 542-3491
for details.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Don't Mess with the
Zohan (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Kit Kittredge: An
American Girl (G)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Sex and the City (R)
Friday, Oct. 10, 7 p.m. The Love Guru
(PG-13)
Saturday, Oct. 11, 5 p.m. Space Chimps
(G)
Saturday, Oct. 11, 7 p.m. Meet Dave (PG)
Friday, Oct. 17, 7 p.m. The Strangers (R)
Saturday, Oct. 18, 5 p.m. Lord of the
Rings: Return of the King, Part 1 (PG-13)
Saturday, Oct. 18, immediately following
Part 1 Lord of the Rings: Return of the
King, Part 2 PG-13)


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Friday, Oct. 24, 7 p.m. Texas Chainsaw
Massacre: The Beginning (R)
Saturday, Oct. 25, 5 p.m. Nightmare
Before Christmas (PG-13)
Saturday, Oct. 25, 7 p.m. Exorcist: The
Beginning (R)
Friday, Oct. 31, 7 p.m. Halloween 2007
(R)

Movie under the Stars featuring "Wall-E"
Oct.10 at 7:30 p.m.
Patriots Grove

NAS JAX GOLF CLUB
Golf course info: 542-3249
Mulligans info: 542-2936.

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
Golf Club
New rates! $15 per person, includes cart
and 18-holes green fee.
Oct. 21 for active duty.
Today and Oct. 23 for retirees and DOD
personnel.


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2008 NAS Jax Air Show Golf Tournament
Oct. 22 at 9 a.m.
$75 per person
Includes range balls, golf, souvenir shirt,
one complimentary round of golf, prize
purse, on course prizes and lunch following
play.

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.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3:30-10:30 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3:30-10:30 p.m.

MULBERRY COVE MARINA
Call 542-3260.

Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 per person
October 17, 18, 19, 25 and 26

YOUTH ACTIVITIES CENTER
For more information, call 778-9772.

SCreative Movement Dance Class
Advanced learning through creative move-
ment
Sig up now at the Youth Activities Center
Ages 3 10

Good Fellas Night
Tuesday
Open to guys ages 11-17
Meet new friends, go on trips, get help
with schoolwork and more!

AUTO SKILLS CENTER
Call 542-3227/3682 for more information

Women Fixing Cars
Oct. 16, 5 7 p.m.
$5 per person


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Captain's Cup Fall
Bowling League forming
Open to NAS Jax active duty, command DOD
personnel and select reservists. The league bowls
on Friday at noon at NAS Freedom Lanes.
Greybeard Basketball League meeting
Oct. 8 at 11:30 a.m.
Open to NAS Jax active duty, command DOD
personnel and select reservists age 30 & up.
Commands having their athletic officer or
designated representative attend the meeting at
the base gym will receive five captain's cup points.
All interested personnel should attend the meeting
to discuss rules and fill out required paperwork.
Intramural Basketball League meeting
Oct. 8 at noon
Open to NAS Jax active duty, command DOD
personnel and select reservists. Commands having
their athletic officer or designated representative
attend the meeting at the base gym will receive
five captain's cup points. All interested personnel
should attend to discuss rules and fill out required
paperwork.
Navy Southeast Regional Running &
Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners! 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 270-5451.
Southeast regional qualifying times
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon times based on 1.5k swim, 10k run,
&40k bike
Sports officials & scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for sports-minded individuals to officiate
soccer, softball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Basketball scorekeepers are also needed. No
experience required, contact the NAS Jax Gym at
542-2930/3239.
For more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email bill.bonser@navy.mil.


STANDINGS

Intramural Summer Golf Standings As
of Sept. 25
Teams Wins Losses
Naval Hospital 7 2
CMO-116 2
Air Ops 5 4
CNATTU Gold 4 3
Navy Band 3 1
CV-TSC 3 4
CNATTU Blue 3 4
VR-58 3 5
VP-30 2 6
NCTS 0 8
Intramural Fall Volleyball Standings
As of Sept. 26
Teams Wins Losses
Over the Hill 3 0
FRCSE 1 2
Cobra KAI 2 1
Spartans 2 1
Maulers 1 1
CNATTU1 1 1
SRSS 2 2
NOSC 0 2
FISC 0' 4
Intramural Softball Standings
As of Sept. 25
Teams Wins Losses
Air Ops 2 0
Spartans 2 0
SERCC 1 0
VR-58 1 0
Fire Dept. 1 0
Rabid Possums 1 0
Dirty 30 1 1
VP-5 1 1
Dirty Birdz 1 1
FRCSE 0 1
CNRSE/NRD 1 2
VS-32 0 2
HS-11 0 2
NOSC 0 2
Greybeard Softball Standings
As of Sept. 25
Teams Wins Losses


CSCWL 1
CNATTU Gold
Air Ops 1
VP-30 1
CNATTU Blue
FRCSE 0


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Attention wrestlers

NAS Jacksonville will host the All Navy Wrestling Tryouts on Oct. 24 at 5:30
p.m. at the base gym. Wrestlers interested should register at the base gym or call
542-2930.
Navy Sports applications can be picked up at the base gym or downloaded at
http://www.mwr.navy.mil/mwrprgms/sports.html



Easy school night meals


By Kay Blakley
Defense Commissary Agency.home economist
The time crunch that sets in when
the school bells ring sends even
the most organized families to the
drive-thru on too many nights. It's a dan-
ger to both your health and your pocket
book! Here are three simple tips to avoid
that scene.
1) Combine shortcut ingredients like fro-
zen vegetables, pre-shredded cheeses, dried
pastas, packaged rice mixes and canned
beans with fresh, whole-food ingredients
for a fast but healthy entree.
2) Keep side dishes simple juicy wedges
of fresh tomato, baby carrots, radishes and
cucumber alongside a simple hot vegeta-
ble zapped in the microwave are perfectly
healthy.


3) Stock your recipe box with one-dish
entrees that can be on the table in 30 min-
utes or less. Think you can make fajitas
for four in 20 minutes? Frozen stir-fry pep-
pers and a packet of fajita marinade make
it a breeze. Ramen noodles are a real kid
favorite, but would you have the nerve to
serve it at a family meal? Add some stir-
fried chicken breast and frozen vegetables
for a tasty 20-minute entree that weighs in
at just over 300 calories and a respectable
400 milligrams of sodium per serving.
Recipes for these week-night wonders,
plus family favorites like Skillet Mac &
Cheese, the best Chili Mac I've ever tasted,
and a hearty Tuscan Bean Stew are ready
and waiting for you in Kay's Kitchen on
the web at http://www.commissaries.com.


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Oct. 16
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(Outd ; n"rmk)
"8:30 a.m. Auto Race
(Outdoor Track)
9 a.m. Badminton
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11 a.m. Dodgcball
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1 p.m. WiffleBall
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9:30 a.m. Washers
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1 p.m. Awards Presentation
(Marina)


By Maj. Karen Hawkins
Defense Commissary Agency dietitian


Y ou are what you eat is so true when
it comes to controlling cholesterol.
Instead of a hamburger with french
fries, how about grilled salmon and a
baked sweet potato for dinner? Your heart
will love you for it as growing evidence
shows that eating foods high in omega-3
fatty acids, soluble fiber, nuts and olive
oil can help lower cholesterol.
Go fish
Salmon and other cold-water fish are
high in omega-3s, which have cholester-
ol-lowering benefits. They also help your
heart by reducing blood pressure and the
risk of blood clots. Research shows that
for those who have had a heart attack,
fish oil, which has omega-3s, reduces the
risk of sudden death. The American Heart
Association recommends eating at least two
servings of fish a week, and notes salmon,
trout, herring, mackerel, tuna and sardines
as having the highest levels of omega-3s.
You can also get omega-3s by taking 500
to 1000 milligrams of fish oil pills daily.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
recommends a maximum of 3 grams of
omega-3s, with no more than 2 grams per
day from a dietary supplement.
Go oatmeal
Oatmeal has soluble fiber, which helps


lower the low-density lipoprotein (LDL),
your "bad" cholesterol. You can also get
soluble fiber in foods such as beans, pears,
apples, psyllium and barley. You need at
least 10 grams of soluble fiber a day to
lower your total and LDL cholesterol.
Go nuts
Growing evidence suggests eating wal-
nuts and almonds can help reduce blood
cholesterol while keeping blood vessels
healthy and flexible. Nuts are high in calo-
ries, but eating only a small handful will
help do the job. Try using a handful of wal-
nuts or almonds on your salad instead of
meat, cheese or croutons.
Go olive oil
Olive oil has lots of antioxidants that can
lower your bad cholesterol while leaving
your "good" or. HDL cholesterol alone.
The FDA recommends two tablespoons of
olive oil a day to get its heart-healthy ben-
efits.
Changing your diet to reduce saturat-
ed fat or avoiding foods with trans-fats
can help you lower your cholesterol. Just
switching from whole milk to 1 percent
milk will lose nine grams of saturated fat
in one serving. Small changes like this are
good for your waistline along with your
heart, while helping to control cholesterol.
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Sailors paying bills even in lean times


Photo by Eliot Kohn
NAS Jacksonville IA Family members enjoyed a day at the Museum of Science & History
(MOSH).


IA support group meets at MOSH
By Eliot Kohn
NAS lax Fleet ISp, ,, 1 fi '
& Family Support Center 'ill I "


individual Augmentee
(IA) family members
from NAS Jacksonville
recently participated in a
fun and educational gath-
ering at the Museum of
Science & History (MOSH),
followed by lunch at
the River City Brewing
Company.
MOSH is a kid-friendly,
interactive museum focused
on creating an apprecia-
tion of science, history and
the natural environment of
Northeast Florida.
The Fleet and Family
Support Center (FFSC)
partners with the Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Department to host
monthly IA Family Support
Group meetings. It provides
an opportunity to network,
socialize and share coping
strategies while loved ones
are deployed.
The FFSC hosts a guest
speaker and dinner where
children are welcome to
attend or may be dropped
off at the NAS Jax Child
Development Center (CDC)
at no cost to the parent. On
alternating months, the
FFSC organizes and hosts
fun and entertaining off-
site social events that are
fun for children.
Navy commands are fre-
quently called upon to pro-
vide Individual Augmentee
manpower support, often
augmenting other branches
within the unformed ser-
vices.
These Sailors typical-
ly deploy "individually"


Mobilized Navy Reservist Damon Philbeck, wife Luisa and
son Kenneth at the River City Brewing Company. Philbeck is
pending an IA assignment to Iraq.


to locations such as Iraq,
Afghanistan, Horn of
Africa, Guantanamo Bay,
Cuba and a variety of com-
mands and locations within
and outside the U.S., all
playing a vital role in the
war on terror.
IA family members can
experience a challenging
form of separation that
requires special atten-
tion. The FFSC Individual
Deployment Support
Specialists (IDSS) work
closely with IAs and their
families before, during and
after IA assignments. As
needed, they offer informa-
tion, referral and guidance
that provide a safety net to
the Sailor and their family
with respect to human ser-
vice issues.
The IDSS utilize the
Navy Family Accountability
and Assessment System
(NFAAS) to contact fam-


ily members and other
significant individuals of
Individual Augmentees and
provide support via phone
call, email and in-person
service delivery.
Future IA Family Support
Group events include:
Oct. 16 -" IA Family
Connection (Deployment
psychologist- separation
stressors & coping strate-
gies)
Nov. 8 Jacksonville
Zoological Gardens &
Lunch
Dec. 11 IA Family
Connection (IA family mem-
ber panel Q&A)
Jan. 17 Base Bowling
Night & heavy snacks
For details on IA Family
Support Group meetings
and events, and FFSC
workshops, contact Eliot
Kohn (ext. 144) or Mike
Brazier (ext. 142) at 904-
542-2766.


'IA Gram' to inform


commands, sailors on IA issues


From U.S. Fleet Forces Public Affairs
Individual Augmentee (IA) Sailors
continue to be an integral part of the
Navy's support of the war on terror-
ism. With approximately 13,000 Sailors
on IA orders, one of Navy leadership's top
priorities is to continue, supporting this
mission and communicating all facets of
the IA process to Sailors and their fami-
lies.
"Sailors and their families will benefit
from the IA Continuum by having a bet-
ter understanding of what's involved in
the entire IA process, as well as where
they can get support," said Adm. Jonathan
Greenert, commander, U.S. Fleet Forces
Command. "This single overarching
authority will put predictability and sta-
bility into the process for our Sailors and
their families."
U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFF), des-
ignated as the executive agent for the IA
Continuum, is streamlining a direct line
of communication to the fleet and Navy
families through a new product called "IA
Grams."
These messages from USFF will serve
as a single resource for information and
policy updates to commands, Sailors and
their families on all IA matters. Topics and
issues to be covered in future IA Grams
will include deployment health assessment
policy, individual readiness, parent com-
mand responsibility, and family support.
oco


"Communicating the Navy's IA policies,
support programs and updates has been
challenging, with many commands hav--
ing different roles in the IA process," said
USFF Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel
Development and Allocation, Al Gonzalez.
"Our primary goal is ensuring we have
a clearly defined standard guidance and
common operating picture, and communi-
cating that to the fleet. IA Grams are one
of the tools we'll use to accomplish that."
Under the new construct of USFF act-
ing as the executive agent for the IA
Continuum, they will now assume the
duties and tasks previously performed by
Task Force IA. Task Force IA and USFF
will complete the transition of responsibil-
ity at a joint conference later this month.
Some key areas leaders at the conference
will focus on improving for Sailors and
their families include the Continuum of
Care and Operational Stress Control, IA
family support programs, the IA and GSA
detailing processes, and post-deployment
reintegration.
Additionally, a forthcoming OPNAV
instruction will provide the overarching
policy guidance Sailors and their fami-
lies need for a clear process through the
IA Continuum. Until its release, all com-
mands should continue to operate in accor-
dance with current policy and coordinate
with USFF.


By MC2(AW) Laiunya nowara
Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs
Navy Personnel Command released the
results of the 2008 Navy Financial
Health Quick Poll, Sept. 24.
The poll was directed by the Secretary
of the Navy and administered by Navy
Personnel Research, Studies and
Technology online, May 13-27. Data was
compiled from 3,761 Navy personnel who
responded.
The objective of the Quick Poll was to
measure the level of financial stress recent
economic changes e.g., increased gas pric-
es, insurance rates and higher housing cost
are having on Sailors Navywide. The areas
of focus included overall financial comfort
and living expenses.
Eleven percent of enlisted personnel
describe their financial condition as "keep-
ing my head above water" or "in over my
head." This is slightly lower than the 15
percent responding in 2006 Quality of Life
Survey. The top financial problems for
Sailors this past year related to housing
costs, increased utilities expenses, insur-
ance costs, property taxes, mortgage or
rent.
Of those polled, 22 percent of enlisted
and 43 percent of officers are homeown-
ers, most of whom have fixed-rate loans. A
small percentage of Sailors have adjustable
or interest-only loans.
The Quick Poll also inquired about a
Sailor's ability to save. Sixty-four percent
of enlisted and 82 percent of officers who
participated in the poll report contribut-
ing to some type of savings account. Fifty-
seven percent of enlisted personnel and 58
percent of officers polled contribute to the
Thrift Savings Program.
Most Sailors agreed that they are able to
pay the bills and meet their financial obli-


gations.
Financial problems can contribute to loss
of security clearance, loss of job assign-
ment, inability to pass overseas screening
or other special duty screenings, increase
in alcohol consumption, increase in domes-
tic violence, increase in stress causing neg-
ative affects on health and could result in
an unaccompanied tour.
The top four solutions Sailors recom-
mended to combat financial stress were;
subsidize transportation cost, stabilize
work schedule for second job, offer spouse
employment opportunities and make child-
care readily available and more affordable.
Sailors experiencing financial stress
should consult their chain of command
or contact the Fleet and Family Support
Center.
The Navy regularly surveys Sailors and
their families. Some of the initiatives the
Navy and DoD have taken that were influ-
enced by the results of past surveys:
* Largest pay increase in the past 10
years.
** Raising the housing allowance to 100
percent coverage.
* Design changes in shipboard berthing
compartments.
* Increased funding for needed parts and
supplies.
* Expanded career sea pay to include
junior officers and junior enlisted.
* Changes in detailing to focus on Sailors'
career needs and desires.
* Determining the correct level of SRBs
and continuation pay in various communi-
ties/ratings.
* Increased information on career devel-
opment in the Navy provided to Sailors,
career counselors, supervisors, and fami-
lies.
For more information, visit www.NPRST.
navy.mil.


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Beaucler Bay Apt., 733-3730 WESTSIDE N. 5558 Cabot Dr.
Next to Goodby's BSat Romp WESTSIDE N. Jax, FL 3220. Con- ORANGE PK-New 3/2.5,
exi to oodys Ba mp GREGORY WEST APTS. tact Saleem Dempsey gar, gated comm. & pool.
FALL into comfort with 904-695-1669 or Nita Long w/d hkup. Close to Mall
ORANGE PARK- 2BR, our 2 & 3br apt. homes. 904-962-0302. $1050m Frank 850-321-7374
2BA, Irg living area, fpl Spectacular SAVINGS!!
w/ bar, W/D hookup, Call before they're gone. Orange Pk CC 5/3 gated
$600. 904-272-0176 or 777-5581 comm, kit. eqpt, scr patio
613-6438 i________h on conserv lot, sm pets
Westside/Southwest Villas ok, $1800m 904-237-1417
ORANGE PARK 2/2 TH, 1st months' rent $20.08 for Fleming Island Exec 4/3
w/ORANGE PAR 2/2 TH, 2 BR Please call home on Dr's Lake, boat Orange Park- 3/2, LR.
w/d hkup. No pets. den, ch&a, fenced yd,
$695mo/$500dep. Water 904-778-2112. hse w/2 lifts, pool/deck de pch&a fenoedY,
c. 276-8310 or 505-8597 $2500mo. 904-269-7111 new paint, no pets,
incl. 276-8310 or 505-8597 $995/mo +dep. 282-5180
Julington Creek Planta-
tion- 3/2.5 Twnhse, 1 car, ORANGE PARK- 4br/2ba,
gated pool, gym, tennis min. from Jax AFB,
WESTSIDE ARLINGTON Luxury 2/2, $1000 Avail now 219-0774 2300sf quiet cul-de-sac,
1400sf, gated community 0 Mandarin-Cor- DR, $10mo $1000 dep.


BEDROOM Arlington River Condo HOME!, Brick w3d stove, cov 9io,fnc d
BLOW OUT! 2/1.5 Boadock, Pool, H u s e H u g e st/last/sec 954-263-7311
WD, Patio, Clubhouse, Screened- n Pool, 1r/3 a5'ec. 954-263-7
Upgraded, furn unfun cre lot ,Great r,
@800mo+61f25050 Schois/Neigthborhood Orange Park 4/2, pool
Wash/Dry/Ref included Irg rooms pariv fncd yrd,
3 MONTHS Bar ram Park Near 95, $650m 904-759-4872 $1200/mo. 544 Lewis
Gated Large br $885m, u s t r e n t Morse. 716-7766
FREE RENT Pool, gym, Ist flr W/D & immediately!!
wtr Incmd 904-645-6003 Riverside Huse elegant 2/1
SMANDARIN (7) HOMES upper, ch/a, sec sys, fpl,
Starting $499 3 & 4BR, some w/pools, whirlpool tub, w/d inci,
Starting $4 INTRACOASTALW. Bch 1300-2100sf. 904-477-5803, $795m. 904-249-0581
Blvd/Hodges 2/2 appl's, targetiaxhomes.com
pool/clubhse. unfurn'du ST MARY'S, GA Osprey
$1050m $600deP. 294-6260 ." Middleburg/OraCS4.5, LR/D r/ R
Move-In by $r050m 0dep. 29436260 Cv 4/2.5, LR5DRIFMR,
age Park 3/2/2
Ot. 10th and Middelburg Ist Month 825 sf W/D eat-n-kit, gated. 1800m.
Oct. 10th and Md4de$9003 Mb o (o H included, sec AvI 10/1. 410-212-9399
Rent Free! Ravines $900 system l0
@ 3mo v e ssoe+Wde P 2/2.s5 fP I c a r oste mo t u /d in-
$299 OVS detp 2/20 -ap 1 9 shed pets WESTSIDE Off 103rd
om.il 1 gar, no pets 904-631-2049 a lowed $l Oa SBR 8 28R, $95 $695,
you in!!! allowed $1300. I 9,
yu in!!! "Officially Reassigned Fenced yard, No W/D hook
OAKLEAF/Orange Pk 4/2 10 min from NAS Jax up. Ref Required, 778-2897
New Counter Tops, Luxury waterfront 1st fir 813-748 1088 PS C.
w/d+appls no pets/smkg Westside $250 Move In
Cabinetry, amenities $1100m+sec. MURRAY HILL 3/1, gar, 3 bdrm, 1.5 bath
Lighting Fixtures, H:904-363-6970 C:412-9596 cent. AC, hdwd firs, w/d $116,900, $1050 mo.
and Morel I hkup. Ernest St. $800mo. 6839 Cherbourg Ave. N.
and More!! Orange Park non-smkg 904-252-9602 lowmovein.com 757-3581
Under New Management T eor e9ee7-
nder New Mneent a ation 2, a Murray Hill 2 Months Westside/Paxon 3/1,
n Fountain Oaks 2/2, Free Rent! 2/1, iacuzzi 1000sf, ch&a, w/d hkup,
Fou in Oaks new school0 s tub, hwd firs, remod, new crpt, fncd, Ig scrn
Apartment 904406 1,200mo5 detached gar, $975m. U prch $725m+dp. 387-2967
,Apartm tents 904-406-2725_______ o3053 Plum St. 716-7766
6870 103rd Street Southside Luxury 2/2 Murray Hill 2 Months
t Southuide Luxury 2/2 Free Rentl NEW /2M
(904)771-4448 condo 1st fl/gated/ Northside 3/2, 2 cg, cr eeRn3049 Plum St
(904)771 -4 w/d/pet ok $1050 newly painted In &out. Builder's Special!
904-607-4178 details at new tile throughout, ilsmo.6-776
Homepez.com #420 $1200+1mo dep. 234-7158 $1100mo. 716-7766


Mobile Home
S W 3/2 n nice
quiet Park 1200
F-+ ENJOYTHE BEACH shed, l oxP


S onces sta y
included washer & dryer
ALL YEAR LONG dwan sda
move in condition for
rent or for sale. Call
466-8682.
SWestside 3/2, 2 car garage
Se room 5 9 dirt road.$650mo.
iBe ro s $Call 904-859-7530
Westside- MH on country
lot, 3/2, Irg kit & mstr
Spectacular Prices CALL NOW bmp 9N-N31
Just For You!L$850mdp.904-289-9331
RI S (904) 249-5611
0 Seagate Avenue Neptune Beach, FL 32266 ARLINGTON- Only
$110-$150 wk. Very nice,
near shop &bus. 400-1232
MANDARIN no pets,
free cable $450mo. 1/3
util. N/S, Herb 704-5789.
Mandarin $375, $300 dep.
Cbl, 1/3 until, net, nice
Ikfront & fpl. 268-6386
WESTSIDE- Day worker,
ERA PARKWAY N/S $500m w/util 777-5955
APTS I WESTSIDE seeks fem,
APTS. employed, $100/wk, no
pets/smkin. 904-520-3949
389- 179 Ro
2798 St. Johns Ave. fr -en

Rodeway Inn 264-1211
SOrange Park
Area, nicely
furnished room
for rent to
single Chris-
AFFORDABLE LARGE sngpehrson, no
lease, utilities included.
Call 375-1814.
Orange Pork
1,23 BEDRrea Room for
Rent. Use of
H washer, dryer
Mand kitchen.
Call 276-7315.
Westside Room
i for Rent, near
O~ K R NAS Jax Base
$425.00 monthly
SR H l (2 furnished, very
nice home.
Coil 904-779-4660.


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Maretp c ENGLISH BULL DOG CADILLAC DEVILLE VW BEETLE GLS
Pups,HAKC, M/ F, Exc DHS04 BlacknBlack '04Convertible, Chevy S-10 INFINITIFX35 ( RX300 1999
pedigree. 904-87-6030 Rag Top, Sun Roof Pristine Condition Truck, with TOURING Only 37000 white leather
EXOTIC BIRD2" Rims $500 Down $15,990 998-0012 good condition Miles Retail $26,870 ood condition
October 5th, 9m-5pnm $299/mo. Call 904-520-028S LUXES OF JACKSONVILLE AM/FM radio Sale Price 21,980 998-0012 1 50000 miles
lk odge 1420- AAand A/C. Low LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $7999. Col
lod G i Elks Lodge 1420 A1A S. VW GTI '07 rol es 59,500 904-994-3719.
St. Augustine. Large CHRYSLER SEBRING- VW GT 07 miles 59,500 Ca904-994-3719.
selection of exotic birds, '05. 4 doors, 27 MPG. 4Dr. Automatic asking $5,500. Call
toys, foods, cages come $7800. 904-215-6180 Gas Saver $19,490 908-9109. M a zda 2003 TOYOTA TUNDRA'06
to buy, sell or trade 998-0012 reDODGE RAM 01gular cab by Low Miles, 4Door, Only


SRe e Service *Engineering Office/Clerical/ I tobuys$4999 90-655-0486 LUOoC01L DODGE R t 01..... 5I,2S.m
i* \Ja Ft P l Free Basset owner 108K Lexus ofJax.com topper, must sell $6 999vr door, mirrors. /ri
S CommercHoundS yrs old Jmilesrea real Call 904-520-0285 C bed liner,
rao b Fairs Traiing Nurses/Nurses Aides male, neutered. /-lean, new tires models BMW Honda, HDcove693-2574 703- ndsar4989b
Co Industal G hDesign Tourism MaCanagement 9089323 and batte ry DODGE RAM 01 AN t 04$8700
;,a Redine Service Engineering Office/Clerical/ $4999 904-655-0486. Chevy, Ford, Etc 998-0012 Wow! Only 71k miles
BusinessesforSale m eSales/Trades ation/Sp LAbss LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE toppermust sell $6,999 M L 5 200
E eSnent8 wks, brwn, yello, ut Ca 9042-02800 AMG DunoTour
Offic a te For Rent A on Landscapingg/Grounds tarant/a/ / PEKINGESE PUPS 9040383. FORD F50 -96 double EX Only 25,000 M Retail $21,250 SaTime ack $350 29 Coupe Only 25000ot,
R .L: LaMepn em1n Food-iea$09-5Miles 222,980 HONDA FIT '07 soall options, sall- 6 215-70R15
\eamo n edia FinanceInvest ent Personal Servces/ LAB PUPSAKC /ws 8900,2 Bank Must Sell $600 vergold color w rm(5
CmI industrial r Se Pube dministrai General Employment Beauy o20 champ lines, s/w, B,Y LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEDown, 275/Mo WAC recent tuneup luperfect
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For Sale Inleror Design/ nHotel/Hospitality/ Real Estate/Property LAB PUPS -AKC, 2P rmalenco Mar Tu v, HONDA FIT '07 good cond-
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; Care2.g *Mechanics Warehouse 5 en-on 8 thick coatsotcny. 879.3412 5 PYDp arr fsa
omea t i Design Management Htarterkit. PO$3. 54- o808 white, leather Bank Must Sell $600t NIN ion. Call 904-708-5530.
For Rent xmreSales I n starter kit. 350. 45-88interior loaded Price $25,490 998-0012 Down, $275/Mo. WAC ( NISSAN
Businesses for Sale -Recreation/ t/ Labs Pus-2Choc& Ylw, wth options LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Cl 904-520285 PATHFINDER SE TrucS.U.V












Ofice pace For SaleHiSS^BB *Recreation/Sports/ with ____mnature, wh0tel&ETprr- SCION TCe'07 7*
Clsce Spaeto 195 & JTB -Insuranc AKC, S/W,0He,chmecke must see to e ecke06 Fully Equip. Tire 215-75R
cace For Fitness bldline, $400 904-619-1959. appreciate. $2700.00 ( H A PLOT '06 On 39,000 Mir mnii ro
fice Space For Rent Aiin-Landscaping/Grounds ficenE P. FORD F150 196 double lHONDA PILOn P. our ce-MUnin
OfRce Spacetl ForRent SeRestaurant/Bar/Club/ PEKINGESE PUPS 4-383. ORD 150- 96 double EX Only 25,000 Mi Retail $21,250 Sale lent Conditlon,














P| UPS 300f ln Conpdito Medical Careers COME ON PEOPLE e ns8ouin Edignod Con
il For Sle ice/ Mitece White, S cob 2 gas tanks, 130,000 $16,990 998-0012 Priced $15,490 998-0012 $25.00o Ca
RetailForSaentr$17aMainhenane Whit, S1WFP. 70 MAZDA MIATA'01 miles. $3500. 904-282-3081 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 904-708-5530.
St. Jon Cer ju\ eminent/ Law Enforcement/ F ,r .$ne Psh KC Ltr, Auto, CD or 955-9592
St. Johns Commercial/ Retail Peklngnese Pups AKC, $10,990 998-0012
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St. Johns Commercia Co r Hardware/ Legal n her ntal Only3,995
Industial For Rent S.,tis jre Maintenance/ S rci en se c rch Penels(two) c l 2003 org
S.or Rest. $10 per sae ftS ience s les too! Commissions 1/2x$6 1/2 x cylo auto, pwpl
StLJohns OfficeS eeFor Sale orida tate intg Janitorial Services u n 2 8 2PE8 mles$0 rh
GSt JohnsOice.3ceFor.vaile d le & vion Management/ Counselint $25.00. One pet roof
nt o Oc Spe ssu a Technil F crate 26 1/2x24 CD/AM/FM,
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nowtag$10sperps.f. 1780$W. ROOFING CREWS/ a $2,000.00 si gn i ng *rinbokd 9 Antques/ClassicS 998-0012
St. Johns Retail For Sale Dent boManufacturing ood so Telemarken 904-268-0176. CLES OF JACK E




















NORTHSIDE Lem Turner ryosn rects, far. dosnt it? That's c 904-ks26-0.ler-/SUVs -6894
St. Johns Retail For Rent eady wor Call Ron vices hy I cant unde Trand n Poeranln PupsTOYOTA




















or Rest. $10 per s.ft. 770-205-1321 for more why in the world you COROLLA'07
DontServices/ Marketing AKC -Champ bldlines, ( MITSU ECLIPSE
Crei n 9 ng 0Mechanics 4-Wahou247 In oinfo n thick conts,tiny. 879-3412 ro0 SP R Convertw'0
Deliser. Driver *Medical/HealthCare -Workar Home POODLES Toy AKC/CKC $23,9S sole price $19,990
opportunity. This week ATLANTIC BEACH 64 Cadults/puppies 610-7317 998-0012
s Educariln/Teaching/ m Marine/grade l Positions \ant ed www.gbryant.com MLEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Fo r ......Poodles CKC, toy &-- .
minature, white & apri- SCION TC1 07
Southside-Office/WHSE cat. $400. 912-614-8737 Bank Must Sell Only
























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100- 3000sf 0 $7 per sf. Wemraner Pups AKC $500 Down and $29mo
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CBall 904-247-5334. MuFs $0 4950 v 0e 1 or JACKSOnVILLECHRYSLE FRKo GRIFFin ARBER PONTIACe
Southside Offie3WHSE Area Sales Lo-Z-Boy G eTOYOTA AVALON personnel stationed in our communities
1000 3000sf @ 7 per st. Medical Careers COME ON PEOPLE Recl ners 2,













CMEMorgaesBougtSold : |o|6 Heurgundyo Lik7 Ne 4 Mr GrcoSpn 2 6 GeenCoe s o246 UCK MC
Close to 195 & JTB Begin With Usl This is ridiculous! Week a d hn$1500 pair or orRdonate A JACKS E wm 22 Uso
Call 904-247-5334. Start Training with after week I run ads for $75.0 0 ea c h 998-0012
WESTSIDE 1200sf office Everest University different departments in 644-7662. 4 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
warehouse. CCG-2zone CALL TODAY! i my organization & get TTES le TOYOTA COROLLA LE service in Northeast Fl a
eruce 386-467-3320 visit 888-461-3609 limited response. There NEW Must Sell s ORLA Lervice in Nort heast Florida and
zopitnowplease.com $a '05 Nice Only $500
are no gimmicks, no Call Carter 674-0405 $ vAviation D 230mo. wac
AsurprisesO&Nand noAhid- MATTRESS A Queen Set. BOIRtSw Can1904- mr e20-0285
346-den3000 frarsed factors. We have a t nS a DaytonaBecBrand New In Aancp 7last25c11 S al Lbo..atnolast year 339-
REAL ESTATE everything anybody else $150 904674-0405 Boat Dodage & TOYOTA CAMRY LE '06 ou eas Ga as e r er
1 Week Day Class Oct 6 can offer, In other sofa o325s, Rena Only 13, 995t
.NORTHSIDELem Turnr 8 Week Eve Class Oct13 words, not lust a reat sleeSo fa $325, Reo lS5 e2 LD RVER JACK85
Rd. Daycare/Retaell store Superior instruction see but all ,_s w s g, irviDr ne u Call 904-520-02 05 was 2644502 gaco
or Rest. $10 per sq.fta wwt.meyfresI.m iome, but all the good-m $175, reclMerID
Avail. now. 904-247-5334 (904) 269-2555 les too! Commissions & $175. Rocker d Spies TOYOTA COROLLA '04
FlordaRealEstatesttute incentives, vacations, 75. Dinette, RV Rentals STYPE LowMiles $7900 church groups y uth activities scouting
NORTHSIDE Retail Ctr trips, rewards, health, four chairs, RV.sandSupples 904-520-0285ci
Great loc. 3900sf. Avail dental, life & vision microwave $. T.Vn40 hu r .'sou s ,. scu O t ,ng
now @ $10 per s.f. 1780W. insurance and a 401 (k). $75, beds 472-1417. Motorycdes/MIni
45th St. 904-247-5334 Starting income, up to Thomasville 4pc Pecan Bikes TOYOTAI CAMRY07 Nv,
E Rail C $4K $75K per year. entertainment center, Auto Birokers HYBRID07Na
Great loc. 3900sf. Avail You can even qualify for exec. desk w/thr chair Auto Parts Only 10,000 Mi $30,990
wingahBA N/oUoma 2ne/ ad eACR0012
now 0 $10 per s.f. 1780 W. ROOFING CREWS/ a $2,000.00 signing wnoback w/attoman al Oy 10,00 Mi $0,
45th St. 904-247-5334 INDIVIDUAL ROOFERS bonus. Sounds good so x ond. 90-287-529PEA S OF J N ILL9AC
Needed immed. for Mi ell- l toMi es LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEvd 778-7700 K
NORTHSIDE Lem Turner tory housing projects, far, doesn't t? That's ck/r Pers/SK CADLA
Rd. Doycare/Retail store Steady work, Call Ron why I can't understand VaUIs/BUe TOYOT
or Rest. $10 per sq.ft. M770-205-1321 for more why in the eYworld you rAe
Avail. now. 904-247-5334 information wouldn't investigate ths $2 or ROLike New
__ ^ ^opportunIty. This week ATLANTIC$ BEACH 614 CommeIdalVehicles $14,390 998-0012
n I'm hiring forsales:in West End St.Fri. Sat& MI sc.AUtO LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
our Jacksonville office: Sun. 10-5. Everything AUtOS/ cksRMC MS

















































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must goi Furn-someKEITH PIERSON TOYOTA .
S-No Experience neces- new, household items, Auto Ren tLease VW BEETMLE # ouma
sr, we will train you. china, pic5 res a mret 2ERBIE MOBILE O
eve iCall Harold, 680- 0577 or 1166ONLY 13,000 ml11003 A,.c..2
'oee'mail your resume to Avondale Fabric: calico, JACKWILH5S990 A 80012
APPOINTMENT hrdePta bmrktg.com wool, ribbons & lace Sat $E M O T I
SETTERS Fleingislan
Outstanding opportuniTi Fleming Island
.to wak wthn an autho- Plach n al 2000 24567 OF ST. AUGW OF
or a Fortune 500 home+ r d Yard ale d ee n nniversa ry
I improvement company. Oct. 4th 7:00 edition 3000
SWe are looking for ener- DRIVERS/ om. Come J 4 miles wind-
Sgetict, motivated TRAINEES NEEDED support OPAA Poison shield extra
appointment setters to Covenant needs Softball 1600 Hatter seat extended warranty
In NE Florida & Coastal 9 2 K Je 2 A CHR0 4R GII I
aGA.tion rnsportaon ndbe No exp needed ru. Cove Moving Salel 904-349-3. J SONVILE C R F K GRIFFI R
BusinessOpportunities drug fee & oass a $700+/wk earning Sat.10/4 7a-3p. Furn,





























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Fictitious Names Positions available in: Available! CALL NOW Mandarin Heaven Trees biack w I t h 9A & BAMEADOWS 493 1515 Wells R, 29-10.3 ww I0yerau10mill orm
Financial ServicesSt Augustine 800-820-4521 Community Garage Salel leather saddle- 7200 Blandng Blvd. 777-5600
Money to Lend/Borrow -Yulee SALE! Sat. 10/4. 8am-ti chrome back rest GARBER DOGE UCK ER ER JEEP JACK WILSON PONTIAC
Mortgages Bought/Sold *Jacksonvllle 11699 Heather Grove Ln. $7,500.00 OBO 240-9763G.RBR24 Grn Coa Spns U-216
Argyle/OP/Mdlbrg Cr Northside 4 car garage Motorcycle 18" GrC Sr, Covei Spnntgs 2 16-2416 BUICK GMC
sa20-35 hours weeky + s ole, rain or shine Oct. razor PR200 AUDIJACKSONVILLEgarrllMwgarrutmall com 7 USI Su 797-4577
2- Home Daycare 3rd/4th 8-2 Misc items, battery oper
$10.00 hourly or up to $50 hia
per Appt/Demo + Work LIcenced tools, 11356 Harlan Dr. ated, good con- 4660-100 SoUilside Blvd. 565-4000
Positionss#F04DU0210. addition great for ORANGE PAR(DODGE JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER NIMNICNT PONTAC- GMC
Tburs Sun. Positions m has two open- Northsld yot $50Plr4
start immediately. ihas two open- Ashford Woods 0. 27
C-Comm unity J __ __ 1C33 B14.ndngBlvd -EEP DODGE liS~3Phiii Si-I
Jacksonville 904-224-1085 references. Call Kathy OY Stl Vespa Moor soY BoErRKORFB S4OE 4 B
Brunswick 912-265-5300 at 777-5046 for more 8lm- 200cc, 4000D GE
St. AUg 904-824-0331 information. located off Starratt Rd. miles. Wind- MKSHDCRSEP RUSMORCASll
randin Bea904-277-8229ch in Oceanway. Come to shield and Top 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. W EMIKESA
o904-277-8229 shop and tell your Box Excel- LngwodlOando F 407339-34 E D DG 11 1 i
...00.il y ......rme to family and friends. lent condition, $SsE3,500.8ON CASSAT
#1 in 2008 hcpt bmrkt .....$3,500
FOR THE 21ST TIME Northslde Oct. 4 & 5, 8-3 Ca7Cll v 771-7544. 17 A.W 61i 389-',923
OWN YOUR OWN Hidden Lake Comm. Sale176CaslAe 3912
JANITORIAL FRANCHISE located between Duval Antiques/7
FREE BROCHURE POSTAL WORKER Station & Racetwerack Rd.u\
& VIDEO, Post office now hiring g,:ii Station & Racetr RICK KEFFER RO ROYCEORLANDO
average Pay $20/hour,dno n Garargke Sale .TOM BUSH BMW BOZARD FORD ,-95 Eul 129. Fe. B B 0-I13a228-'-WAt 89r N Runaid R&,a an Blvd
346-3000 57K a year, including ya lel Garae Sale. 9850Atlantic Blvd 7250911 S AuIus0n- 353373
federal benefits OTea Something for Dayton Beach Dream Aun-7 .I L:
placed by adSource not Altues everyone, misc. Cruise. Oct. 24-26. All
affiliated with USPS ApplancesItems, clothes, Special Cars 866-880-3747 B FlAMI5E r DU He ner
who hires. 866-748-8707 Ats& at furniture,. wwwcuDaytonaBeachTOM BUSH ORANGE
Franchises Aft & C books904-222-1699 or DreamCrulse.om PAR W PAUL CLARK LAMBOHII ORLANDO
Auctions 904-272-0642, 2177 Kings- Drmreca PARIB PAULaCgntKIMHICT S
JUNKIE? Ground level School. Weekly 10oam-6914Bland LooO 407.3933 9 B g v J
PPtY, with nature's Hop /lleqi t 6pm. See Annie. -95N E_12('tulel ,5-36_3
purest health care prod- 1-95 N E129ulee22BMW 325C363 '04 -7700
uctS tial ols. Collectables Hills CommL Gar. Sales, Bank Must Sell, Block AE FO.MErimn
Ca e... ,9" .... 0il, MOiEL MANAGER Computer Sat.10/4, 8-3p Located on Black, All The Toys D ROVER JACKSONVLLE
.., ahe...Ii.... ,L ps BilIngual IEnllvsh andais, C tra f fff 472 Blandlng Blvd. 5 Speed.$14,800G ARBER BUICK GreenCoveSprnng5 264-4502 LANDROVERJACKSONVILLE
S-o' FolIh O.k panishin du aturn at Constitution Dr. Call 904-W520-0285 4-y n
manage molel in Calla Electr nics near Adv. Dlsc. Auto. Green Cove Springs 264-4502 m gaberaflornmall crm 11211 AlIanc Blvd 42-1N
meal ble Coil Estate Sales st Marys Ga. All The Toys Only www.gaeeautomall.CCm MIKE SHAD FOSATRHOFAVENES
904-879.2180. toschedule FarVPlatting Moving Soale oDown$mo. 1Thp )-
opaolnlment and Ilfer t Multi Family $50 Down $295/mo. K BUICK AteAvenues LEXS OF JACKSONVILLEPnis H 262-7145
view or FOx resume t to urn. collect- Call 904-520-0285
9489 22 3 o ables, baby Buick Century 4660 Southside Blvd. 720Phip 904-2-332 10259A Blvd 7-0 SATRN OF ORANGE PARK
GaageSales supplies & 1997 4DRSAUNOORGEP
Garden/Lawn morel Sat & Sun 8-12N. Whte ,Aut ,8105 BFFng ivP779-0071
HOt.llh/SpaS 615A Oak Ct. A/C, new bat- KE DIRAASFR 8105 BiardOg BlvdRG7
evelly/Wathes BARGAIN HUNTERS tery, good tiresSAUNORGEC
mlulref GALORE PM. or 00 Allgric Blvd 725-8N00
APPOINTMENT Machinery and This Sat &'Sun Have PM. CLlAUusDE0 NrOLpA0nAT0
Your Garage Sale at 4700 Southside Blvd. 6425111 AaiC BIvd. 725-3060 AUtanic Blv, 725-8200
SETTERS TOs The Market Place[ 64-511 960 ll[tcBld. 72-160,)Illw;iw 75;2
EDUCATION ttr with oon otho- NIMNICHT l CADILLAC MIKE SHAD FORD
AND for a Fortune 500 home Merchandise 7- OF ORANGE PARK iiO OiA UNCOUi MERCRYJACKSONVLLE
TRAINING We are looking forener- Musical ichandise PARKER CADILLAC '7 Bti0 Blvd 77-3673 10 SUBARUOF JACKSONVILLE5
wo aeati ocvotedr PriapBnhlldigB, Mercedes-Benz 375 Bez OuetBd W(904)9181 MIKE SMH FORD 18Axprig
in NE Florida & Coastal Public Sales misc. Items. g'11y1IKM1
Private Instruction GA.Aolont s 1s$38.o 00 like new. -INCOLNMERC
Schools dru free a .. Call 278-9208. 2000 K320 NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC UNCOLN MERCURY
Specialty Trainingg/ criminal bockigd Cgarette Dis-77003h0i00 Bnd Blvd 'r- CITY SUZUKI
Eventsaoasal Recep- traded here 1MCH1503 Phrlips HBl 85-d2 155 Aart Bvrd 87111
Positions available in: Wanted to Buy or ta ce. Fill loaded w/AMG 5I&%CassatAve. 425-6312 kil
:St. Augustne Trade internal pall COGGINUGMCT RUCKSM o'auIomofi e011
.Brunswick with sand ready Sports Pkg. wwwnimnichticlhewcom
_Yulee -to use. Be-ie Only 89,953 921 AAl.lnc Bld 80-4 7&31 LOTUS OIJAINsIe11lUE ,1
J Jacksonville color, brand new $40. C 1 CHEY AVEOUES hIuI i
C .... CarS at, 2007 C20 10880Phlps Hy. 877 -8001973 GABBER GMC TRUCKS was i8taSn C NYuU
ELECTRICIAN & 20-35 hours weekly + Freezer 7cu ft. Kenmore infant child to Sport, Auto, Green Cove Spnnag 26t4502 1092 C hGlIN TOY AVENUES
RHVAC CAREERSl $10.00 hourly or up to $50 chest exc cand. asking 40 lbs., 3 hold- Wheels, CD, GA-BER CHEVY l0be- Pt '-8ulpmall 4 mJ J188
Start Training with per Appt/Demo + Work 5100. CO, 904-354-7253 ,ers snck cup. KEelCPIERSINTOYOTAc
Everest University Thurs Sun. Positions _- _isc. $45_OO Loadedl *i7I1SA Green Cove Spdngs 264-4502 ______ 1,_,______ _
Jacksn .. ille 904-224-1085 Elptica 2003 ML320 GORDOH CHEV CDG61N IIORA ON A1UBC oAtlr lsr. Bt 2 ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
Prepare ftr 0 New Life Brunswick 912-265-5300 ( Aged Whiskey, MachA ,cB0 8ne.ea9128 MneA CiTY 1310 iasst Ave 38ae561
Make a difference, St. Aug 904-824-0331 a a e bot t e condition 1166LolGdOn CHEd C H2A BE LR
even with the little ones Fernandina Beach Canadian Club $100 0.0 ca with Low272-2200 059
Sonogropher. or e-mail your resume to ate e d 6 921'AKlvBvd:1uO
Train In less time hrdeot@abmrkt..orn One bottle Seg- ie S ,S
than you think! a m s V .0 ,, Two Lots at $ ,952
888-432-2433 both $70.00. 291-9750. Cemetery, ask- 2000 .5 2255 USi South 797-4567 OF ST. AUGUSTINE VW OF ORAANE PARK
anfd-Er n ituteB lag $2,500 or whJow miles I UHESUUN MINUS
S3n2ord-B2...skIn ora JERRY HAMM CHEV 289us U S i0 BUR C
10255 Fortune Parkway, 30,000 1980' 375-2259 ask for gy
Suite_501 / 1993/94 rookies, Fred or Paullne anY- vehlchle"AMG 3494 Philips Hwy. 398-3036 UWAL HOIIDA 10231 Alar, Blvd 724-1080 TOM BUSHYW
TIRED OF YOUR JOB? Area Sales CGn1Aplll yC A 899-1900MnB1
TalAPDC.L rLL JroLr r Cse .... ge m 0,9o, 2002 CL500 Macclenny 259-6117 LOU SOBH HONDAi i O'STEEN VOLKSWAGEN
CODIt0.G. .1E0C "L REWARD OFFERED Boae Flrs C tTHE AVEUES
,SsSTr (, r.lOE, 545,000 TO 565,Oe+ e. and afh Bike .hr...d dec. trunlk OFT 7018 BlvBd 77,-500
Call nowl 88-432-2413 ANUALLY_ Fa B r X 2 0 closer, only [:]'6 ; rU: Pn,,,ps Hnv 3 BId 1101'u s-
Sanlord.Brown Insl lule u nDer, eo ib ]' 0wheel.-"
I0?st Forlu1ne P'a's We are looking tar a few each 268.2 82 tronI rea aol- 43K ml purhaedA NI
..... S51 goaod people' Only those anmc...- d s le el hre traded here A11.Qff CHRYSLER LUCAS HONDA OF JA( O'STEN VOLVO
Jiackonplle FL 1;:'. who are money matJ- pegv- ar n'e Car
aH BAT O l Grel beneils nacklge, -1k&ln4B 530 1 2006 SLK7A Bl ,25- 2 r-
CARDIOVASCULAR AFLAC. Also ask about ono o rCA HJ
SONOGRAPHY our $2000 Bonus Plan. Ktker b Traded Herrl 17SousideBIvd. 725-730 K I, a b
and .e.. a... I.s.. Must have reliable ale Fo P S
Collar mare. i...lm.ta transportation and be ... ,,o Loaded w/ CITY MITSUBISHI
ass-432.3133 able to start Immea,. coa, ..p.. 9.3 4Kd RockOct3rdSI 51 LoaDFDA GRIFFIN of ORANGE PARK uAs,. Blvd SuS-469 AUTO LEASING
Sontord.Br.wn Institula .82 ,5eosa .mo a a options! U1i2B41A oRP1lBr -AT S
10's. CGl.... P ....O.. oaely Ta gel your Se 0 .. i0,,! $31,0154 0he7sl .3
........... reward you must call 0_ Cry', Beoa . eo 4 O3,9-;h' ersfOrangePadk 7SOI3BardtnBvd 8 '.i1,O wwfo$tyuIFLo, t 1023 lO ] AtanflrOv :221.1 o


J C.5.ne FL j I Harold 0126-5163. o S Bu g Galor Ickts. Sea 2005 SLK 350 1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033 KEY HYNIINAI CITY MITSUBISHI
er a r e eon/indv games.oP ONLY 12,4A PR
ounl,"A dollar Paid. 800-399-2190 ONLY 12,4ADE S
doOl C, ai miles Loaded GARBRPCHYSLER 4660 S lBld -VH L



p a....or a ,T. .i -' 0oo 20 E JEEP DODGE 10980 Aan Bd 642-0200 6833BeacnB 7243511
904-90 tic.eandl arn l nts 00oGreet Cove Sprngs 264-24160

0B O. 276-8344. a . sun roof, CD 10600 Alljn7 Blrd 8-6lv -,M472
S changer loaded MIKE SHAD CvITYBIZU N SAN ES PRE.OWNED AUTO CENTER
w/lohanger MIKElSHAD CT ISUZJ COGI NISSANAVEUES 10211 Aianoc Blvd 74.1080
ANDSTAR Aftenplnschers to Yorkles CHRYSLER JEEP l05Ys Alatic B u 998.7111 Phi H 77. .1U
Landstar System, Inc., headquartered In Jackson- $100 OFF w ai ityaulOmoERveC am LxuS Of Ja cksonville
ville, FL near the beaches, is a leading transpor- BED A Bargain $150 See PuppIes On-lne@ 2007 8580 1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792 M OF JAX
tatlon services company using advanced technol- Queen Pillow Top -wwtieuAScene.om mre- ned entaT E
ogo to deliver Information services. We are Brand New 904-674-0405 w .wi-2u ywsB oP. Parktronic RICK KEFFER I t1 1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621 PreOwned Center
currently seeking the following professional: BED King Size Set 4727-7721 J keyless go, Ex 1 FBh10384 Alan Bd. 998-0012
Business Intelligence Programmer/Analyst full New In plastic, $225 BEAGLES SatRadlo I95 JAGUAR JACKSONVILLE PARKER NIbS
lifecycle role in the BI practice. The successful Must sell 674-0405 1800--228-7454 Tm Bh B
candidate is skilled with Business intelligence hSae es 9 00 Was $94,225 11211 AtlanicBlvd. 642-1500 2755U.S.1Sth, St 904-7~9990m S BMW
toolsets such as Cognos and Microsoft and has BedroomSet, fern. 904-97-1106 1
superior customer service abilities. The position s piece, ki BOSTON PUPS 9 MIKE SHAD ISS OF P 9910 Atlant Bd. 371-4381
tlon and star schema models. This osito binet 150.00 $450 904-477-4949 ATLTIC DODGE 1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400 T Bush Mini
atlve. Must be a skilled communicator and a four chairs 175.00 Cavaliers toYorkies Dplye On 2330 US1 South 54421JEEP Used Car Super Center
team player. 472-1417. Pu p Se All Vehlcle. JCK 2330 US 1 South 354-4421 9875AnBd. 371-477
medical, dentl, vision, disability & life I e Khaki 2 yrs old 904262-4646 Open 7 days PONTIAC-MC WORLD IMPORTS
. toverae, matching 401K 100% vested minued-o a w20 0 Ed0-
ately, flexible spending accounts & more. To washer/dryer Chihuahua Tiny T-cup 9201Atlantic Blvd. 877-205-9210 www.worldimportusa.com
apply, (1) visit our webste at www.landstar.com Whirlpool good pups, S hair, M, S/w, n B0 1750 Suthside Blvd. 725-7300
to complete an online application, and (2) submit condition $200 $200 & up. cash 722-1056 010-979A tleniBlivd. 642-5600 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
your resume to JaxEmployment@landstar.com. OBO, queen mattress o
(Principals only, no phone calls please). Serta pillow top gently English Springer Spaniel
EOE vMF/D/V used JVC 32" TV $200. AKC pups,8wks,hlth cert. N : 44037B
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military in Northeast Florida
and Southeast Georgia is
$7.8 billion.

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