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DLA Jacksonville activates


By Debra Bingham
Defense Supply Center Richmond PAO

An activation ceremony at NAS
L Jacksonville marked the Oct. 12
. transfer of more than 90 positions
from Fleet Industrial and Supply Center
Jacksonville (FISCJ) detachment of Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE)
to the newly activated Defense Logistics
Agency (DLA) Jacksonville.
The employees transferred in place to
DLA and will continue to provide sup-
ply, storage and distribution support to
maintenance activities at FRCSE. Cmdr.
Bernard Knox is the officer in charge of
DLA Jacksonville. He previously served as
FRCSE supply officer.
DLA Jacksonville reports to Defense
Supply Center Richmond, the DLA avia-
tion supply and demand chain, based in
Richmond, Va.
Brig. Gen. Andrew Busch, commander of
Defense Supply Center Richmond, presided
at the ceremony in the VP-30 auditorium
at NAS Jax.
The transfer is the result of a 2005 Base
Realignment and Closure (BRAC) congres-
sional decision that directed all supply,
storage and distribution functions at ser-
vice-run maintenance depots, industrial
sites and shipyards be transferred to DLA
to optimize military readiness.
Knox said, "We look forward to main-
taining our focus and providing world-


Photo by Clark Pierce
Commander, Defense Supply Center Richmond, Brig. Gen. Andrew Busch (front left) congrat-
ulates Cmdr. Bernard Knox on the activation of Defense Logistics Agency Jacksonville Oct. 31
at the VP-30 auditorium.
class warfighter support to FRCSE. To ment public law and consolidate retail sup-
all former FISC Jacksonville employees, ply functions into the DLA aviation supply
I congratulate you on joining the DLA chain, with the intent of improving inven-
Jacksonville workforce. Even though we tory efficiencies and enhancing support to
have a new name and a new leader, our the FRCSE.
commitment to meeting supply chain chal- 'This isn't a manpower drill, where we do
lenges remains the same." a transfer of people and we're done. This is
Busch said that his role was to imple- about a partnership and a detailed process


that goes beyond today. This is an opportu-
nity to take a fresh look at old problems,"
Busch said.
"On day one, work will continue as is,
where it is -so that the transfer to DLA
will be fairly seamless to customers," said
Busch.
As officer in charge of DLA Jacksonville,
Knox is responsible for daily operations of
retail supply, storage and distribution in
support of FRCSE.
Knox praised the work force for its
accomplishments in customer support, call-
ing them the "standard bearers" for excel-
lence, and congratulated them on their
performance record. Over the last four
years, Knox said immediate issue rate and
work order effectiveness metrics have been
at all-time highs.
"There is no other work force that I
would rather face challenges with. I am
proud to have received the DLA flag and
proud to have done it with you. We shall
strive for continuous improvements as the
realm of the possible keeps growing."
DLA and the Navy worked together to
smooth the transition for realigned employ-
ees, while ensuring continuity of service to
warfighters. A similar transfer took place
in August at Navy Fleet Readiness Center,
Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point,
N.C. The next Navy site to implement
the BRAC mandate will be North Island,
Calif., in February 2009.


New ward receives




patients at NH Jax

By Loren Barnes
NH Jax Public Affairs


6'T That a gorgeous
f ward!"
V V Those were the
first words from Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. Bruce Gillingham in his
remarks at the Oct. 29 ribbon-cut-
ting ceremony for the hospital's
newly renovated multi-service
ward.
C. Young Construction of Jack-
sonville completed the $5 mil-
lion, 20,000-square-foot renova-
tion. Located on the seventh floor
of the hospital, the new ward
includes 20 private patient rooms
with bathrooms and showers. This
project also includes two new iso-
lation rooms, along with upgraded
nurses' stations and staff support
spaces. The first patients entered
the new ward on Nov. 5.
Gillingham said, "This will tan-
gibly pull together the hospital's
great care and services with a
great new facility."
C. Coleman Young Jr. spoke for
his construction team at the cer-
emony. He said it was an honor


A Veterans Day

message from

the president


Photo by HM 1(SW) Michael Morgan
(From left) Construction contractor C. Coleman Young Jr., Tom Tryon of
Naval Facilities Command SE, NH Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Bruce
Gillingham and NH Jax Facility Manager Larry Forbes cut the ribbon Oct.
29 to officially open the renovated multi-service ward on the hospital's
seventh floor.


to provide a better facility for
our service members. "This is an
expression of our appreciation for
what they do defending our coun-
try." He also noted that $4.9 mil-
lion of the project's funding was
spent locally; $2.4 million went to
payroll for local employees.

On Veterans Day, we pay
tribute to the service
and sacrifice of the. men
and women who in defense of
our freedom have bravely worn
the uniform of the United States.
From the fields and forests of
war-torn Europe to the jungles of
Southeast Asia, from the deserts


As to how his team worked with
the Navy, he said, "We like to
build a good rapport with our cus-
tomers." The firm has completed
several projects for the hospital,
including the ER renovation six
years ago in which Young said the
whole team, the Navy oversight

of Iraq to the mountains of
Afghanistan, brave patriots have
protected our Nation's ideals,
rescued millions from tyranny,
and .helped spread freedom
around the globe.
America's veterans answered
the call when asked to protect
our Nation from some of the


Photo by Loren Barnes
Krissy Sierski, an employee of contract maintenance company A.P. Hill,
attaches a hand sanitizer in one of the NH Jacksonville's new patient rooms
located in the seventh floor multi-service ward.


commands, the hospital staff and
the contractors had a great work-
ing relationship.
Young said the project's suc-
cess was a direct result of the
teamwork and dedication of
all involved. From C. Young
Construction, he recognized
Project Manager Jeremy Isbell,
Project Superintendent Tim
Puhlick, Quality Control Manager
Tim Ryczek and Administrative
Assistant Catherine Humphrey.
From Naval Facilities
Engineering Command SE,,he
thanked Contract Administrator
Susan Hueler, Rusty Dahms and
Art Mosely of the NH Jax Facility
Engineering and Acquisition
Division. Representing the hos-
pital in this collaboration was
Facility Manager Larry Forbes
and Jim McKinder.
The seventh floor renovations

most brutal and ruthless tyrants,
terrorists, and militaries the
world has ever known. They
stood tall in the face of grave
danger and enabled our Nation
to become the greatest force for
freedom in human history.
Members of the Army, Navy,
Air Force, Marines, and Coast


started in 2007. Forbes said
throughout the work that Young's
crews took care to minimize the
impact on patients receiving care
at the hospital. "'They really know
how to work in a patient care
environment," he said.
This is the latest of a series of
improvements for NH Jax. It is
part of a cohesive design plan to
present a safe, appealing and effi-
cient environment of care for NH
Jax patients, visitors and staff.
Projects underway include a
$35.8 million, three-story surgi-
cal suite slated for completion in
2010.
Forbes said there are also five
Special projects, including a pan-
demic flu warehouse, a facilities
department building, two new
parking lots, upgrades to all the
hospital elevator controls, and a
$2 million laboratory renovation.

Guard have answered a high
calling to serve and have helped
secure America at every turn.
Our country is forever indebted
to our veterans for their quiet
courage and exemplary service. I
We also remember and honor
See PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, Page 10


Navy Band Southeast
"Sound of Freedom"
Friday at 6 p.m.
Patriots Grove Pavilion
Groovin' for the whole family


All-Navy Rugby Team vs.
Jax Men's Rugby Club
Saturday at 2 p.m.
Sea King Park
Grapplin' for the whole family


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One of the many services afforded civilian workers at NAS Jacksonville was the pay day mobile bank service, courtesy
of Barnett National Bank.


Halloween has me thinking about Thanksgiving


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Common thread shared by mil-
itary families, regardless of
their branch of service, is that
they seldom live near their relatives.
With our constant relocating, only
the most nomadic parents and grand-
parents could keep up.
Therefore, we don't usually have
built-in parent-babysitters living
down the street. No aunts and uncles
on the bleachers at a soccer game. No
extra set of hands to help with birth-
day parties.
Indeed, sometimes we feel that we
have a "monopoly" on suffering when
it comes to being moved around and
away from family.
As our world grows more global,
however, this has changed. Few fami-
lies, military or not, are lucky enough
to live in the same town or even
the same state as their relatives.
It seems that most of us are living
more distant lives from the people
who share our family tree.
Of course, military couples endure
more separations between husband
and wife than do people in most other
professions. It's one thing to be sepa-
rated from mom and dad yet quite
another to have your children's father
in another time zone for months at a
time. In either case, the hardest time
to be alone is on long weekends and
holidays.
My Navy husband, Dustin, and I
have lived apart since August. He's
finishing his flight instructor tour in


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Pensacola, and I'm getting the kids
settled at our new duty station in
Bangor, Maine.
Granted, three months apart is
nowhere near as difficult as when
Dustin was deployed overseas. But
this "brief' separation brings back old
memories of living as what we mili-
tary wives sometimes call a "deploy-
ment widow" when you are living
like a single mother with a ring on
her finger and no parents nearby to
help.
This Halloween was the first holi-
day I encountered alone. Last year I
decorated the front porch and carved
three pumpkins by the second week
of October. This year I didn't feel in
the mood. I was in a holding pattern
waiting for my husband to come home
in mid-November, so we could be a
family again.
"Why don't we have any Halloween
decorations up?" my son, Ford, 7.
asked.
"Aren't we going to carve pump-
kins?" Owen, 5, wanted to know.
I resisted their constant pester-
ing until October 30, when Ford
said, "It just doesn't feel much like
Halloween."
I'm not sure how Halloween is sup-
posed to "feel" because I've never been
a fan, but at that moment, I knew
I had dropped the ball for my boys.
Grandparents, husband, aunts and


Surprise deployed loved one

with holiday greeting Nov. 12

From VyStar Credit Union
VyStar Credit Union is inviting military families
to Webcast special holiday
messages to their deployed
loved ones during Operation Best
Wishes.
This free service will be offered
Nov. 12 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the .-.-- '.
NAS Jax VyStar branch, located in
Building 39 at the corner of Langley --
Street and Saratoga Avenue.
Operation Best Wishes sets up a mobile Webcast
studio at the credit union and gives families up to 10
minutes each to record and send special greetings.
The deployed loved one can either watch the Webcast
message live or access the archived recording over and
over again from a secure Web site.
Families interested in taking advantage of Operation
Best Wishes may register for a Webcast session on
www.operationbestwishes.com. Select the NAS Jax
branch location and a recording time that is conve-
nient for your schedule. For more information, call
Mike Ross at 908-2714.


Military job fair Nov. 13

From Staff
ARecruitMilitary Career Fair will be held Nov. 13
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Jacksonville Municipal
Stadium.
The fair is a free hiring event for veterans, personnel
who are transitioning from active duty, Reserves, Guard
and military spouses.
It is presented by RecruitMilitary, the President's
National Hire Veterans Committee, American Legion, and
Military Spouse Corporate Career Network.
For more information or to register as a job-seeker, visit
www.recruitmilitary.com.


uncles or not, my kids want their
lives to be as normal as possible. They
don't want to stay in a holding pat-
tern. So we piled into the car and
drove around in search of pumpkins.
Then we came home, carved them,
and danced "The Monster Mash" until
the boys went to bed very late.
The next morning, I started think-
ing about Thanksgiving. Even though
Dustin will be home by then, our fam-
ilies will not be able to visit us in
Maine.
Roasting a turkey seems to make
little sense because my kids don't
even like turkey. In fact, they don't
eat anything that isn't pizza or chick-
en nuggets.
But Thanksgiving is about family,
and we are a family, even if our whole
extended family can't be with us.
Besides, 32 years as a military depen-
dent has taught me how to impro-
vise (myv mom and I once hung our
. ..kinil. from a hat rack at the Ritz
Carlton while my dad was deployed
overseas). I know how to be creative
and I know that "family" isn't always
defined by who shares your DNA.
That's why this Thanksgiving, the
Smiley family won't be alone. We
will spend the day set aside to cel-
ebrate America's first settlers and
their first plentiful harvest, with our
new friends the Henry's . who are
Canadians.


Gator Bowl tickets


on sale Nov. 21

From Staff


The 2009 Konica
Minolta Gator Bowl
ticket sales official-
ly kick off Nov. 21 with a
"Gator Bowl Day" from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at NAS
Jacksonville Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Information,
Tickets and Travel (ITT)
Office.
The event includes draw-
ings for various Gator Bowl
prizes, as well as the oppor-
tunity to take pictures with
"Patches," the Gator Bowl
mascot.
Tickets for Section 124 are


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discounted to just $32 a


savings of $18 per ticket for active duty military, depen-
dants, DoD employees, retirees and reservists.
As of today, tickets for the Jan. 1, 2009 Gator Bowl event
may be reserved during the special ITT pre-sale offer
through Nov. 21.
Also available for only $5 is "The Patch" the official
jersey patch of the Konica Minolta Gator Bowl team
participants. Enjoy PATCH member benefits, such as,
admission to members-only events and ,ill.,'inu site dis-
counts. Stop by the ITT office located in front of the Navy
Exchange, or call 542-3318 for more information. The
office is open Monday Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Construction Alert
Naval Hospital Jacksonville (NH Jax) is under construction
to better serve our military families. Effective immediately the
hospital quarterdeck entrance, also know as the main lobby,
will be closed for an extended period due to construction. All
patients and visitors are invited to use the east entrance of the
NH Jax Outpatient Wing open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. After that time,
and on all federal holidays, use the NH Jax Emergency Medicine
Department entrance.


MEET RS UILOR. .
MM2(SS) JORGE CINTRON

Job title/command:
S NAS Jax Brig

S Hometown: Bronx. N.Y.


Favorite duty station/
Why? Lackland AFB. San
Antonio. Texas. Party town!

Last book read: 360 Degrees Leadership

Favorite pastime: Following the Bronx
Bombers New York Yankees baseball.

Most interesting experience: First sub-
marine dive on board SSBN Tennessee.

Who is your hero? Every person protecting
America's interests overseas.





AMBER NICOLE OLIVEROS

Job title/command:
Navy Exchange Watch Repair
Specialist

Hometown: Jacksonville

.Favorite duty station?
NAS Jackson ille. Because I was
born here.

Last book read: Breaking Down

Favorite pastime: Spending time with my
daughter and husband.

Most Interesting Experience: Giving
birth ... wooo!

Who is your hero? My big brother, Ricky.


SUNDAY SERVICES

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

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






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

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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 6, 2008


Vision Suggestion of the Year Award presented


By Frank Taormina '
FRCSE Public Affairs Specialist
RCSE Commanding Officer
Capt. Tim Matthews pro-
claimed Azael Davila
and Doug Skinner, pneudrau-
lic system mechanics at Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast
(FRCSE), 2008 Vision Program
"Suggestors of the Year" at an
Oct. 7 ceremony in the FRCSE
Fuel Controls Shop.
Vision Program Manager Ralph
Brown explained that the pro-
gram encourages FRCSE employ-
ees to submit ideas to improve
processes that will save the facil-
ity time and resources. Brown
researches the suggestions, and
based on pre-established criteria,
decides which ideas are imple-
mented. When a Vision suggestion
is used, the suggestor receives a
recognition plaque and a financial
award based on savings to the
government for one year.
All of the suggestions for a cal-


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Photos by Victor Pitts
(From left) Artisan Doug Skinner, FRCSE Commanding Officer Capt. Tim
Matthews, Artisan Azael Davila and Vision Program Manager Ralph Brown.
endar year are eligible for the co-suggestors who were original-
Suggestor of the Year award. ly recognized in March for sug-
The number of eligible sugges- gesting the re-use of the seal ring
tions varies each year, depend- spacer when repairing the F404
ing on the number of adopted engine after-burner fuel pump.
ideas. Davila and Skinner were By replacing only the seal ring


Vision award-winning Artisan Larry
Kuhlman (right) explains his F414
engine oiler cooler cleaning pro-
cess to FRCSE Commanding Officer
Capt. Tim Matthews.

spacers that fail inspection, mate-
rial costs will be reduced by more
than 40 percent saving the com-
mand nearly $150,000 annually.
Matthews thanked Davila and
Skinner, acknowledging their
attention to detail in realizing
that the spacer could be reused.
"I was here to present the original
award. It was a good idea then
and it's a good idea now," said


Matthews. "I thank you both for
your hard work and dedication to
your jobs and to saving assets."
A pneudraulic systems mechan-
ic provides maintenance, modi-
fication and repair of pneumatic
and/or hydraulic components that
actuate mechanisms or produce,
control and regulate fluid flow.
The work requires knowledge of
the physical principles governing
the behavior of fluids (liquids and
gases) as they pertain to hydrau-
lic and pneumatic systems.
In FY-08, the Vision Program
adopted 19 suggestions at a
tangible savings of more than
$305,000.
Matthews returned to the
engine facility Oct. 8 to present
the first Vision award of FY-09
to aircraft engine examiner Larry
Kuhlman, whose suggestion to use
isopropyl alcohol and low-pressure
air to purge metal contaminants
from the F414 engine,oil cooler
reduced repair costs. It will save
FRCSE at least $12,600 annually.


Scholarships for Military Children

Program now taking applications


By Caroline Williams
Defense Commissary Agency Marketing Specialist

If you're a high school or college student
and the child of a military family, you
can apply for the 2009 Scholarships
for Military Children Program spon-
sored by the Defense Commissary Agency
(DeCA).
Scholarship applications are now avail-
able in commissaries worldwide and online
through a link at https://www.commissar-
ies.com or directly at http://www.mili-
taryscholar.org.
According to Defense Commissary
Agency Director and Chief Executive
Officer Philip Sakowitz Jr., the program
has awarded more than $6.4 million in
scholarships to more than 4,000 children of
military families since the program began
in 2001.
"We know that education is the key to a
better future," Sakowitz explained, "and
we're thrilled to be a part of something
that makes it a little more affordable for
military families."
"The November kickoff coincides with
National Military Family Month, and the
scholarships are a great way for commis-
saries to get involved with the community
and demonstrate support of military fami-
lies," said Sakowitz.
Only dependent, unmarried children
(under the age 23) of active duty person-
nel, reserve/guard and retired military


members, survivors of service members
who died while on active duty or survivors
of individuals who died while receiving
retired pay from the military may apply
for a scholarship. Eligibility is determined
using the Defense Enrollment Eligibility
Reporting System database. Applicants
should ensure that they, as well as their
sponsor, are enrolled in the DEERS data-
base and have a current ID card. The
applicant must be planning to attend, or
already be attending, an accredited col-
lege or university full time in the fall of
2009, or be enrolled in a program of stud-
ies designed to transfer directly into a four-
year program.
Applicants should prepare to submit an
essay on the topic: "What would you place
inside a time capsule to help people in
the next century understand military life
today?" Applications must be turned in
to a commissary by close of business Feb.
18, 2009. At least one scholarship will be
awarded at every commissary location with
qualified applicants.
Every dollar donated to the program by
manufacturers, brokers and suppliers that
sell groceries in commissaries, and the
public at large goes directly to funding the
scholarships. Fisher House Foundation
underwrites the cost of administering the
program, which is handled by Scholarship
Managers, a national nonprofit, scholar-
ship management services organization.


Post-deployment debriefing class

From NH lax Marketing
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Tracy Hejmanowski will
present "Avoiding the Tripwires how to live easi-
er outside the wire after deployment" Nov. 19 at 1
p.m. at the NAS Jax Branch Health Clinic.
Topics include:
Lights out (sleeping without anxiety)
Fireworks (controlling rage and irritability)
Un-training the brain (being less on edge)
Shaking the blues (finding motivation and desire)
The war within (battling memories)
Rifle to relationship (tolerating others)
Getting others to get you (perspective shift)
Call 542-3500 x8837 to register.


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Photo courtesy FISC]
(Left) Commander, Navy Region Southeast, Rear Adm. Michael Vitale (left) checks a data sheet
during the Navy ERP briefing Oct. 21 by FISC Jacksonville Commanding Officer Captain Karl
Rau (right).


Commander, NRSE briefed


on Navy ERP benefits


From FISC Jacksonville Corporate
Communications


Fleet Industrial Supply. Center
(FISC) Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Karl Rau presented an
overview Oct. 21 of the Navy Enterprise
Resource Planning (ERP) initiative to,
Rear Adm. Michael Vitale, Commander,
Navy Region Southeast and his staff.
Rua explained that Navy ERP
Release 1.0, deployed Oct. 1 throughout
the Ndval Supply Systems Command
(NAVSUP)enterprise, is a state-of-the-art
management system that will connect all
the processes that NAVSUP uses to man-
age its money, acquisition programs, peo-
ple, supplies and maintenance.
Rau said that Navy ERP is a single
financial, acquisition and program man-
agement solutions tool that has replaced
the multiple, outdated legacy systems that
NAVSUP previously used to conduct busi-
ness processes.
"This new NAVSUP enterprise will allow
for total asset visibility through one system
and one password," said Rau. "This in turn
will integrate the processes that the Navy
uses to increase its ability to effectively
and efficiently support the warfighter."
Responding to training-related questions
from Vitale, Rau said that NAVSUP suc-
cessfully trained more than 11,000 employ-
ees in using the new ERP system.


"A combination of training materials and
teaching methods, including Web-based
training and instructor-led training, were
employed to maximize knowledge trans-
fer," he said.
"Web-based training was directly acces-
sible by employees to complete training
at their own pace from their own desks.
Instructor-led training was conducted
from August through October by FISC
Jacksonville personnel. Since these train-
ers were embedded in FISC Jacksonville's
workforce, they provided prompt, in-house
assistance directly to employees. These in-
house Navy ERP experts provided hands-
on instruction to our personnel, as well as
answering FISC Jacksonville-specific ques-
tions," said Rau.
Following the overview, FISC
Jacksonville ERP Trainer Cassandra Allen
and ERP Deployment Champion John
Harmon walked Vitale through screen-
shots, simulations and demonstrations
specific to the Navy ERP workforce man-
agement and procurement modules.
Reflecting on the success of FISC
Jacksonville to implement the Navy ERP
system, Vitale said, "I appreciate the
tight-knit partnership that Navy Region
Southeast shares with FISC Jacksonville. I
am especially pleased with the your team's
ability to adapt so well to the Navy's new
business management system."


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By Sue Brink
NAVFAC Southeast PAO
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Civil Engineers and Commander,
Naval Facilities Engineering
Command (NAVFAC), was the guest
speaker at the Oct. 17 Society of American
Military Engineers (SAME) "Doing
Business with the Government" sympo-
sium presented by the Jacksonville SAME
Post.
Shear, who is .also the SAME national
president for 2008-2009, focused on the
role of NAVFAC in the facilities engineer-
ing lifecycle; MILCON workload distribu-
tion over the upcoming fiscal year; major
programs such as Navy Shore Vision


Implementation and disaster recovery; and
current initiatives in design-build trends,
sustainable design and energy efficiency.
"There are big opportunities in FY-09
and beyond in support of our fleet, warf-
ighters and families," said Shear of the
benefits of doing business with the govern-
ment.
During his visit, Shear also toured the
new NAVFAC Southeast headquarters
building aboard NAS Jacksonville, as well
as the BRAC P302 Hangar and Apron proj-
ect a $123 million hangar that will be
home to six P-3C Orion squadrons and one
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ADAA Catherine Cameron of VP-30 poses as caricature artist
Dino Casterline pens her portrait on a T-shirt.


Making the MWR Barracks Bash a family affair was AD3 Tyler Ton, 15-month-old daughter Tylaya, and his wife, Latasha.


The crowd-pleasing party sounds were non-stop thanks to
deejay and emcee Vince Cottoni.


Liberty Assistant Program Manager Kristine Mitchell helps a
Sumo wrestling competitor with his protective head gear at
the Oct. 30 Barracks Bash.


Tricycle race winner AEAN David Burnett of HSM-70 was
awarded an Apple iPod Shuffle.


AZ1 Lawrence
Goettz of FRCSE
(right) discusses
career oppor-
tunities with
representatives
of Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical
University.


NAS JAX



BARRACKS BASH



IS A SMASH!


By Clark Pierce
Editor
Hundreds of Sailors and Marines
enjoyed an unusual afternoon
Oct. 30 at the Barracks Bash pre-
sented by NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Department and the
Liberty Program.
The free event featured picnic-style
food, T-shirts, goodie bags and prizes that
included Apple iPods, a GPS and a flat
screen HDTV.
"The purpose of the Barracks Bash is
to provide an event that is alcohol-free
and targeted to the junior enlisted Sailors
who reside in the barracks," said Liberty
Program Manager Danny Calhan.
Entertainment included Deejay Vince
Cottoni, who kept the music pumping non-
stop, and caricature artist Dino Casterline,
who kept bashers laughing with his unique
portraits of them rendered on T-shirts.
Barracks Bashers looking for competitive
entertainment could choose from the climb-
ing wall, mechanical bull, Sumo wrestling,
log rolling and tricycle races. Event win-
ners included:
o e s ? . . .


Climbing Wall (GPS) HM3 Herbert
Williams, Naval Hospital Jax
Mechanical Bull (iPod Nano) AMAA
Sheena Brumbelow, CNATTU
Sumo Wrestling (iPod Shuffle) -
Richonne Johnson, VP-30
Log Roll (iPod Shuffle) AE3 Benjamin
Cotton, VP-30
Tricycle Race (iPod Shuffle) AEAN
David Burnett, HSM-70
Flat Screen HDTV drawing Darrell
Williams Jr.
iPod Shuffle drawing AWAN
Charlene Withers, VP-30
$100 Dave & Busters Gift Certificate
drawing AEAA Richard Brown, CNATTU
MWR thanks everyone who participated
in or volunteered for this event. Sponsors,
GEICO, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University, Dave & Busters and Coca-
Cola were generous in their support of the
Barracks Bash.
Neither MWR, nor the U.S. Navy or any
other part of the federal government offi-
cially endorses any company, sponsor or its
products or services.


Dressed in bulky "Sumo" wrestling gear, AEAN David Burnett
of HSM-70 dives for the legs of his opponent, AN Milton
Braithwaite of CNATTU Jax, in an attempt to force him out of
the circular ring.


-
"This log roll is as tough as the bull ride -- in three seconds, you're on your butt," said AE3
Benjamin Cotton of VP-30.







JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JAC(KSONVILL, HI .... I Novcmbcr 6, 2008 7


AW3 Tim Waddell of VP-30 showed the technique of a professional bull rider.


Clocking a fast time
Bruderer of VP-30.


on the climbing wall was AW3 Albert


Like many before him, AZAA Monte Gardner of VP-30 bet his
shipmates he would win out over the bucking bull.


The Dave & Buster's prize wheel was constantly spinning dur-
ing MWR Barracks Bash.


Like most Barracks Bashers, AMAA Mark Gonzales of CMO-
11 chowed down on the mouthwatering free eats including
smoked turkey legs and corn on the cob.


AMAA Sheena Brumbelow of CNATTU jax tames the mechan-
ical bull at the MWR Barracks Bash and wins an Apple iPod
Nano.


Wait just a minute . piggy-back rides are not part of this
year's Barracks Bash program.


After an extremely short bull ride, AOAN Amber McClure of
CNATTU Jax said she would probably do better in the bean
bag toss.







8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 6, 2008


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


MARRIAGE AND PERSONAL GROWTH


Fasting: A Holy exercise


By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina

Over the years, alcoholic
mous-type groups have fl
across America.
Their success is due to their F
support, encouragement and acc
ity among those that seek to e
compulsive behaviors.
At a meeting of Overeaters
Anonymous, the participants
hold each other accountable by
sharing with each other how
their week went.
One lady proudly shared her
week by stating, "Well, I exer-
cised moderately, shopped mod-
erately, lived moderately and
ate moderately."
The group leader asked, "is
there anything else you would
care to add?"


"Yes," she confessed, "I lie
excessively!"
American society is by far one of the
most food and weight conscious societies on
the planet. We are the best-fed country in
the world and have the weight to prove it.
We generate over 50 percent of the world's
food production and are strong believers in
the "three square meals a day" ethic.
So, with all this overabundance symbol-
ized by the shrines to the golden arches
and the pizza temples that surround us,
what are we to make of the spiritual disci-
pline called fasting?
Please be aware that if you are looking
for a quick weight loss plan or a magical
formula for achieving your desires -fasting
Is not for you.
If you seek to use fasting as a way of
manipulating the opinion or actions of oth-
- rs -then fasting is not for you.
: If you are looking for a gateway to
Reighten your spiritual awareness and
focus on the things of God -then fasting
lay be for you.
If you plan to fast for spiritual reasons,
I- strongly urge you to consult with your
faith group minister. I offer a definition
(he what), identify the purpose (the why)
Ind suggest some methods (the how) for
fasting.
Definition: Very simply, fasting is the
abstaining from food for a spiritual pur-


pose. It is distinguishable from hunger
strikes that seek to influence political
s-anony- outcomes and draw attention. Fasting for
]ourished spiritual reasons is also distinctly differ-
ent than health dieting and weight control
providing programs. It is typically a private matter
ountabil- between the individual and God.
eliminate Purpose: Those who fast for spiritu-
al reasons seek after a fuller
understanding of God's direc-
i : tion and purpose in their lives.
The primary motivation is cen-
." tered on God and one's desire to
better understand the ways of
=God. In fasting, one should also
: undergo an examination of the
conscience and seek to control
those negative feelings and emo-
tions (such as pride, jealousy,
hatred, etc) that may drain your
Chaplain (Lt.) Joe positive energy.
Molina Methods: It its recommended


that you first consult with your
health care provider. The rule of thumb in
fasting is "learn to walk before you run."
Partial Fast start the day with a normal
breakfast and consume fruits and juices
throughout the rest of the day. Do this
perhaps once a month at your discretion.
Normal Fast after acclimating to a
partial fast the body may be ready for a
normal fast which abstains from food and
beverages. Water is permitted. Again, one
builds up to this gradually. Many people
opt for a normal fast by doing it for 12
hours & gradually building up to 24 hours
over a period of time.
Absolute Fast this is rarely prac-
ticed. People who engage in this are very
experienced in the discipline of fasting
and only exercise it under exceptional cir-
cumstances. Not recommended for begin-
ners. (Source: Richard Foster's Celebration
of Discipline, Harper Collins Publishers
1998)
During fasting, you should perform your
regular daily routine. By all means, begin
your period of fasting in prayer and close
your fast in prayer.
Throughout the fast, reading and medi-
tating on selected passages of the sacred
scriptures is strongly encouraged. (Please
note: Fasting is not for everyone.
It is recommended that you consult with
your physician before engaging in a fast).


From Spiritual Fitness Division Southeast
The Chaplain's Religious Enrichment
Development Operation (CREDO)
offers a variety of retreats for any-
one holding a Department of Defense ID
card who is over the age of 18.
Transportation, programming, lodg-
ing and meals are free. Retreats are held
at the Sea Retreat Center in St. Simons
Island, Ga.
Marriage Enrichment Retreat (MER)
Nov. 14-16, Dec.12-14, Jan. 9-11
The goal of MER is to help couples work
on the intimacy of their relationship.
Communication techniques are explored,
and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator


Nov. 23 at 1 p.m.
Combined congregations potluck
Thanksgiving meal for single service mem-
bers and geographic bachelors.
Nov. 24 at 10:30 a.m.
Ecumenical Thanksgiving service for all
hands at All Saints Chapel
"Shipmate to Shipmate"
Helps active duty families with holiday gift
certificates and food baskets. Contact your
leading CPO or call 542-3440 for details.


assessment helps participants understand
different personality 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 distrac-
tions of work and home life. An MER helps
couples discover ways to:
Keep their marriage growing.
Handle the inevitable conflicts better.
Build more intimacy and communica-
tion.
Strengthen their marriage emotionally,
physically and spiritually.
Register for CREDO events (first come,
first served) by calling (904) 270-6958.


Every Thursday at 6 p.m.
Officer Christian Fellowship and Bible
study at Chapel Center Fellowship Hall.
Every Monday & Wednesday at 4 p.m.
Tae Kwon Do with Chaplain Felder
Help wanted
Please call to volunteer as a lay commu-
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Domestic violence seminar


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
Jack Scorby Jr. accepts a white ribbon from
author Ben Atherton-Zeman, during the
Speak out Against Violence Seminar held at
VP-30 auditorium Oct. 28.
Photos by QM2 Nicole Soto
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,10 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, November 6, 2008

Reflect on Native American


accomplishments
:By Adm. Gary Roughead
.thief of Naval Operations *


ovember is Amer-
N ican Indian heri-
1tage month and the
theme for this year's obser-
vance is "Living in Many
Worlds."
The native people of
North America shaped our
nation's history and cul-
ture. All military person-
hiel should reflect on the
.remarkable history and
She diverse influences that
Native Americans have had
-on our nation and the U.S.
&Navy.
SAn estimated 12,000
"American Indians fought in
World War I and more than
44,000 American Indians
fought in World War II.
The Medal of Honor
was awarded to 12 Native
Americans during the
1870s, three during
World War II and two
during the Korean Conflict.
MThere are currently more
Than 15,000 active duty,
.-eserve and civilian mem-
bers of the Navy total-force
-who are American Indian
-or Alaska natives.
: Each of these men and
womenn demonstrate incred-
ible commitment and
diverse perspectives that
make our nation and our
Navy the most powerful to
ever sail the world's oceans.
American Indians and
Alaska natives have long
been an integral part of our
American character.
Tribal traditions have
brought values and ideas


Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm.
makes a point during a recent event.


that have become ingrained
in our American spirit and
add significance to our
navy. During this obser-
vance, let us enhance our
understanding and appre-
ciation of American Indian
and Alaska native
heritage, and the diver-
sity we all bring to this
great nation. Our ability to.
access, train and retain the
diverse and extraordinary
talents and experiences of


U.S. Navy photo
Gary Roughead


our country's population
makes us better.
Commands are strongly
encouraged to celebrate
American Indian and
Alaska native heritage
month through educational
programs, exhibits, publi-
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in military and community
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By Kaylee LaRocque
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She NAS Jax Child Development Center (CDC) held
its annual fall festival Oct. 31.
This year's theme was "Sports Teams" as many of
the children and staff members came out sporting their
favorite team's jerseys.
The children enjoyed a variety of activities such as
cheerleading, cookie decorating, football tosses and story-
telling. The also stuffed their goodie bags with little trin-
kets, candy and toasted marshmallows.
"We just enjoying doing something special for the chil-
dren. They really enjoy this event and many of the parents
seemed to have fun watching their children participate in
the activities," said NAS Jax Child Development Center
Program Director Mary Cano.
The center's next big event will be a Thanksgiving lun-
cheon Nov. 21. For more information, call 542-5434.


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Dissolution of


long-term marriages:

Military benefits

By Lt. j.g. Lauren Faust
Special contributor

If you are about to get divorced, there are
some significant benefits that you may be
entitled to under the Uniformed Services
Former Spouses' Protection Act (USFSPA).
Many spouses are surprised to learn that
they are not entitled to specific military
benefits when they get divorced. This arti-
cle focuses on marriages lasting ten or
more years, explaining what the former
spouse may be eligible to receive.
After divorce, some former spouses may
be able to continue receiving commissary,
exchange, legal assistance and health care
benefits. In order to qualify for these con-
tinued benefits, the spouses must have
been married for at least 20 years, the ser-
vice member must have completed at least
20 years of service, and at least 20 years of
marriage must overlap 20 years of active
duty service. A spouse who meets this
requirement is called a 20/20/20 spouse.
The 20/20/20 spouse is entitled to all of the
same benefits they would have been had
they remained married. They are treated
as if they were still dependents. Some of
these benefits are lost upon remarriage,
but may revive after a subsequent divorce.
If the marriage overlaps with at least
-15 years of active duty service but less
than 20 years, and the other two 20-year
requirements are met, the non-service
-member spouse is eligible for just one year
of full health insurance, after which a con-
version policy may be purchased. If the
spouses have been married for less than 15
years or if the marriage does not overlap
with at least 15 years of active duty ser-
vice, the non-service member spouse is not
entitled to any military specific benefits
themselves. It is important to remember
.that the children of a marriage will still be
entitled to their own dependency benefits.
Division of military retirement pay is
,'a separate issue. Regardless of how long
-spouses have been married, the service
:member's retirement or potential retired
-pay is considered marital property and is
'therefore subject to division in a divorce.
.There is no 10-year requirement for divid-
ing the retirement pay! Although spouses
'can agree between themselves on how to
divide the retirement or whether to divide


it at all, a common formula used by states
is to divide the length of the marriage that
overlaps military service (in months) by the
total length of military service (in months),
then multiply by one-half.
For example, if a husband and wife are
married for 12 years, but only eight years
overlap the service member's active duty
service, and the service member retires
after serving for 20 years, the non-service
member spouse's share is half of 8/20, or
20 percent of the service member's retire-
ment.
Former spouses who have not been mar-
ried for at least 20 years do not receive
long term military benefits, but as long as
the marriage overlapped with at least 10
years of active duty service, former spouses
may receive direct payments of their share
of the spouse's retirement from the Defense
Finance Accounting Service. In order to
qualify for involuntary allotments of the
former spouse's share of the service mem-
ber spouse's retirement, the spouses must
have been married for at least 10 years
that overlap with 10 years of creditable
military service (the 10/10 rule). The non-
service member spouse or parent may also
apply for direct payment of court-ordered
child support and alimony regardless of
the length of the marriage. The spouse or
custodial parent need only fill out a DD
Form 2654 and submit a certified copy of
the court order.
If you are about to get divorced, you
should get the advice of a licensed lawyer
in the jurisdiction in which you plan tp file.
This is especially true when your spouse
has an attorney, children are involved,
or when you have joint property, debts or
accounts.
For more information, call 542-2565, Ext.
3006. This article is not intended to substi-
tute for the personal advice of a licensed
attorney.


Navy formalizes support

constructs for IA sailors, families


From U.S. Fleet Forces Public Affairs

Individual Augmentee (IA) Continuum
leaders announced a policy update
Oct. 17 establishing support for all
IA Sailors and their families, ensuring
the same fervor and vigilance that tra-
ditionally deploying Sailors and families
receive.
In addition to identifying parent com-
mands, the new policy, in
NAVADMIN 293/08 (IA Gram
08-03), identifies minimum
levels of support parent com- ,
mands are required to provide .
all three types of IA Sailors
and their families in prepara-
tion for, during, and after an
IA deployment.
"With approximately 13,000
Sailors on IA orders, one of
Navy leadership's top priori-
ties is supporting the mission
and communicating every Adm. Jonati
facet of the IA process with Command
families. Site visits where we Forces C
talk to people who have been there or who
are going, give us great feedback to make
sure we have a good measure on this IA
program," said Adm. Jonathan Greenert,
commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command.
Individual Augmentee Manpower
Management Assignment Sailors (IAMM)
are Sailors who are traditional IAs com-
pleting their tour in a temporarily assigned
duty status and who will return to their
previous commands at the completion of
their IA tours. Commands deploying IAMM
Sailors will maintain traditional command
responsibilities for IA Sailor and family
support.
Sailors serving on a global war on ter-
rorism support assignment (GSA) will also
receive traditional family support from
their detaching command while on an IA
tour.
However, expeditionary combat readi-
ness center (ECRC) will provide all admin-
istrative Sailor support.
This administrative support will include,
but is not limited to: exam ordering and
exam administration; deployment pay,
housing, medical and legal support; per-
sonnel accounting of Sailors during a disas-
ter; and continuous reach back support for
emergent deployment issues.
The Navy is currently filling approxi-
mately 60 percent of the GWOT assign-


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er,
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ments through this GSA process.
Mobilized Reserve Sailors not mobi-
lized as part of an established commis-
sioned Reserve component unit, will
receive command and family support from
their assigned Navy Operational Support
Centers. They will receive IA administra-
tive support from ECRC.
The IA Sailor and family support set
forth in this new policy includes: pre-
deployment Sailor screening;
family support via ombuds-
men or family readiness
groups; periodic contact with
IA Sailors while deployed;
periodic contact with families
' ,- while IA Sailors are deployed;
and the inclusion of families
in accounting and evacua-
tion orders during disaster
response efforts.
With more than 27,000
Sailors executing one of the
in Greenert types of IA orders in 2008,
U.S. Fleet ensuring clear, consistent
mmand support throughout the


deployment process is a top priority for
Navy leaders.
"Our mission is to ensure a streamlined,
standardized oversight of IA support pro-
grams across the Navy. This challenge
includes supporting the organization,
training and equipping these IAs, support-
ing their families, providing a predictable
and consistent accession process and inte-
grating the IA process into the respec-
tive career paths of all of our IAs," added
Greenert.
The success of this new policy also
depends on the efforts of the command IA
coordinator (CIAC). As mandated in IA
Gram 08-02, every active command must
designate a CIAC to work closely with
command ombudsmen to ensure adequate
levels of support identified in IA Gram 08-
03, as well as to ensure a smooth hand-off
of support responsibilities when a family
moves from one region to another.
With IA Gram 08-03 identifying who
holds parent-command responsibilities for
IAs and their families, future IA Grams
will clarify those responsibilities.
Additional IA Sailor and family support
will continue to come from Navy Fleet and
Family Support Centers, regional com-
manders and ECRC.
To view IA Gram 08-03 in its entirety,
visit http://www.cffc.navy.mil/augmentees/.


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Photo courtesy of VP-30
At his Oct. 17 retirement ceremony, Cmdr. George Briggs
(left) received the Meritorious Service Medal from Capt. Rich
Fite in recognition of his exemplary service as VP-30 mainte-
nance officer.


Briggs retires after


34 years of service

By Lt. Phillip Sautter
VP-30 PAO

V P-30 Maintenance Officer Cmdr. George Briggs
celebrated the end of his naval career Oct. 17 at
his retirement ceremony in the VP-30 auditorium.
The ceremony's keynote speaker was VP-30 Commanding
Officer Capt. Rich Fite.
Briggs enlisted in the Navy in 1974 and advanced to
the rank of chief petty officer in 1985. After serving 11
years and eight months in the enlisted ranks, Briggs was
commissioned as an ensign under the limited duty officer
program in 1986.
His tours have spanned the globe and included assign-
ments with USS Forrestal (CV-59), HSL-40, USS George
Washington (CVN-73), USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN
-69), USS WASP (LHD-1) and VP-30.
Briggs earned a bachelor of science in occupational edu-
cation from Southern Illinois University in 1995, and a
masters of science degree in management from Colorado
Technical University in 2005.
During his 34 years of service, Briggs received numer-
ous personal and unit awards, most recently including the
Meritorious Service Medal for his service at VP-30. Among
those in attendance were his wife, Carolyn, and their two
children, Cassandra and Terrence.


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31.
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first in American history,
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stories, photos and items
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Hope wore on tour, gifts


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expectant


parents

By Kaylee LaRocque
Deputy PAO
A new workshop
is being offered
through the NAS
Jax Fleet and Family
Support Center (FFSC) to
help expectant parents pre-
pare for their new arrivals
and to gain some knowl-
edge about how to care for
a newborn.
The first New Parent
Support/Expectant Parent
Workshop was held Oct. 21
with 18 participants made
up of first-time expectant
parents and one couple who
were expecting their second
child.
"I decided to offer this
class because it went over
so well when I was work-
ing at NSB Kings Bay. I
really thought people could
benefit from having this
kind of workshop here.
There are so many young,
expectant parents here that
really need education and
training," explained New
Parent Support Specialist
Christine Williams, who
facilitates the new monthly
workshop.
"The class involves hands-
on exercises to teach par-
ents how to care for their
infant, provides information
about Sudden Infant Death
Syndrome and Shaken
Baby Syndrome, discuss-
es breast feeding, how to
relieve the baby's gas pains,
infant massage, diaper-
ing and bathing, umbilical


Photos by Kaylee LaRo
New Parent Support Specialist Christine Williams of the I
Jax Fleet and Family Support Center instructs a grout
expectant parents on how to care for their newborns du
the New Parent Support Expectant Parent Workshop Oct.:


cord care, cradle cap care
and basically anything a
new parent would need to
know," she continued. "We
also have a demonstration
of the infancy belly where
we have the men put on a
big belly so they can see
what it's like to be pregnant
to show them how hard it is
to tie shoes and pick stuff
up."
The class is available
to anyone who is having
a child, whether it's their
first child or fifth. "Anyone
can come to this class who
needs some assistance or
parenting education. It's
a great class because they
are having a baby and
need to learn how to take
care of it, bond with it and
nurture the baby because
it's so important," added
Williams.
According to Josephine
Rios Davis, a soon-to-be
first-time momn, the class
was extremely beneficial.
"I am having my first child
and am also a newlywed
and new military spouse.
I'm here today to set up
some moral support for
myself. It's good to hear
some of the other partici-
pant's comments and ideas
of what they've been going
through, some of the sac-
rifices they are having to
make and how they deal
with their problems," she
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parents, but people who
have already had a child
can come back and learn
from their previous mis-
takes and learn how to do
things better," she added.
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thrilled to be part of the
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me how to care for my new
baby and how the FFSC
can help us out if we need
it. I recommend this class
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nequin.
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Workshop will be held Nov.
18. Anyone interested in
taking this class can call
the FFSC at 542-2766 to
sign up.


Like many service
men and women,
AT 1 (AW/SW)
Terrence Rivers works out
regularly to keep himself
healthy and physically fit.
Attached to the Southeast
Regional Calibration
Center (SERCC), Rivers
was recently recognized
as the NAS Jacksonville
Male Athlete of the Year
for 2007.
His accomplishments in
base intramural athlet-
ics, community service and
professional excellence all
contributed to his achieve-
ment.
Rivers is a certified pur-
ple belt and instructor in
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He
teaches children ages 4
through 13 at a local mar-
tial arts school.
He has also been featured
on Jacksonville's WJXT-4
news during a commu-
nity impact segment cov-
ering the positive impact
of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and
children's self-defense.
In addition to Brazilian
Jiu-Jitsu, he teaches Muay
Thai (kickboxing) classes.
Rivers also incorporates
Muay Thai techniques into
the women's personal pro-
tection class he teaches four
times a week.
An avid competitor, he
regularly enters North
American Grappling
Association tournaments
antd Jax Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
tournaments.
Within SERCC, Rivers is
the leading production chief


Photos courtesy SRCC
ATI (AW/SW) Terrence Rivers (right) sharpens his reflexes in
light-contact Muay Thai sparring.


who serves 180 customers
and manages the workload
for 54 SERCC Sailors.
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the SERCC command fit-
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aggressive fitness program
that has lead to zero physi-
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Respite offered for caregivers of


Severely injured service members


Photos by Mar,.ha Childs
ADAA Daniel Lanham (left) and ADAA Gabriel Cantrell (right) of FRCSE, take advantage of
the relaxed dress code as each awaits their Preventive Health Assessment (PHA) Oct. 22 at the
NBHC Jax Health Circuit Clinic.

Preventive health screenings just got easier
By Marsha Childs i
Naval Hospital Jax Marketing d m M i I a N ]


Sailors and Marines
must be healthy
and fit in order to
deploy at a moment's
notice. To ensure warfight-
ers are medically ready,
an annual Preventive
Health Assessment (PHA)
is required for active duty
personnel.
To decrease patient wait
times, Navy Branch Health
Clinic (NBHC) Jacksonville
has streamlined the PHA
process through its new
health circuit clinic.
The team led by NBHC
Jax Officer in Charge Cmdr.
Antony Joseph has dedicat-
ed personnel and resources
on health circuit clinic days
to ensure prompt service.
"Medical and dental health
are often the issues that
get in the way of deploy-
ments. There are almost
400 Sailors on station who
have let their PHA expire.
That means they are not
ready to deploy," Joseph
said. "This number also
includes those who are past
due on their assessment
due to short-fused deploy-
ments or medical conditions
like pregnancy."
The PHA is a face-to-face
evaluation by medical staff
to determine what screen-
ing tests, immunization
and counseling services
are required based on the
service member's age, gen-
der, occupational risks, and
individual risk factors and
behavior. Dental readiness
is also assessed. Dental
emergencies represent up
to 22 percent of all emer-
gency health visits during
operations, deployments
and field training exercises
according to Navy Medicine
magazine (January 2006).
More than 55 service
members updated their
PHA at the October health
circuit. Medical personnel
were standing by to review
individual health records
and provide or schedule
needed services.
Health Circuit clinics are
scheduled monthly and tar-
get specific installation ten-
ant commands for participa-
tion. Staff at the NBHC Jax
Readiness Office (542-3500,
option 1) or the member's
command PHA coordina-
tor assist with scheduling


Cmdr. William Dando (left) performs on oral examination on
ET2 Jason O'Brien as Dental Assistant Jennifer Davis assists.
Dental readiness is an important part of the Navy Preventive
Health Assessment.


Independent Duty Corpsman
reviews the electronic health re
22 at the NBHC Health Circuit
the annual Preventive Health As
appointments, as this is not
a walk-in clinic. Members
are encouraged to wear
the new Navy PT gear to
make examinations proceed
more quickly in the health
Circuit.
ADAA Gabriel Cantrell
of Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast, attended the
Oct. 22 clinic and was
pleased with the expedited
process. He is. hoping to get
an individual augmentee
billet in Iraq and is eager to
complete his PHA. He said,
"If they need you, you can
do something quickly. You
can be ready for it."
The health circuit is prov-
ing to be very popular with
the troops. With its empha-
sis on clinical preventive
services, the PHA truly
reinforces Navy Medicine's
transition to a health care
system based on preven-


Cell phone reminder ...

All active duty, civilian employees and visitors
aboard NAS Jax are
reminded that cell
phones, including Bluetooth
technology, are not to be used
while operating a vehicle on
base.
Cell phones may be used when '
walking, providing it does not
interfere with the rendering of
proper military courtesies. A .
Bluetooth is not allowed while
wearing a military uniform. For
more information, seek NAS Jax
Instruction 5100.2.


HMC Eugene Johnson (right)
cord of AD2 Luis DeJesus Oct.
Clinic designed to streamline
assessment process.
tion. It also ensures our
warfighters are ready to
deploy anytime, anywhere.


From TRICARE Management Activity
TRICARE now offers primary care-
givers of active duty service mem-
bers much needed rest, relief and
reprieve thanks to section 1633 of the
2008 National Defense Authorization Act.
The respite benefit specifically
helps homebound active duty ser-
vice members who need frequent assis-
tance from their primary caregiver.
It is important to know that "homebound"
members are those whose conditions or
injuries make them unable to leave home
without taxing effort.
"Frequent" means that service members
need more than two interventions during
the eight-hour period per day that the pri-
mary caregiver would normally be sleeping.
To provide the best possible help and
respite for caregivers, this benefit provides
a maximum of eight hours of respite per
day, five days per week.
"What this benefit does is provide


caregivers the opportunity to rest," said
Maj. Gen. Elder Granger, deputy direc-
tor, TRICARE Management Activity. "We
know that homebound patients have spe-
cial needs that take a real toll on the care-
giver. And, if a caregiver is overworked,
the wounded, ill or injured service mem-
ber may suffer physically or mentally.
TRICARE knows that life doesn't stop
when a service member is injured. Most of
the time it just speeds up," said Granger.
"TRICARE wants to help the caregivers
who help our service members. That's why
this benefit is retroactive to Jan. 1, 2008,
and has no cost shares or co-pays."
Active duty service members, or their
legal representatives, can submit receipts
for reimbursement of respite care services'
that were provided after Jan. 1, 2008, by a,
TRICARE-authorized home health agency.
For more information about this benefit.
visit the TRICARE Web site at http://www.
tricare.mil.


Sharing health information electronically


By Charles Campbell
Military Health System Chief Information Officer

Department of Defense (DoD) and
Department of Veterans Affairs
(VA), as well as representatives of
more than a dozen health care organiza-
tions took part in a demonstration recent-
ly, showcasing the Nationwide Health
Information Network (NHIN).
The NHIN participants participated in a
number of patient-care scenarios to show
how they could locate a record, retrieve
it, and view important information such
as the patient's medications, diagnoses,
allergies, laboratory test results and recent
treatments.
They successfully demonstrated the
transfer of medical records detailing care
provided by multiple health care sys-
tems for a fictitious soldier (Gunnery Sgt.
William Ozzie) injured in Iraq. Patient
records for Sgt. Ozzie were successfully
transferred between federal and private-


sector agencies highlighting how NHIN
will provide coordinated care for wounded
service members and veterans who may
receive care from DoD, VA and civilian
providers as well.
All of the scenarios demonstrated that a
health care provider could easily use a Web
browser to look up, retrieve or securely'
exchange health information on a patient:
stored by another health care system.
When VA providers treat our wounded
warriors using NHIN, they not only see
electronic health care information provided,
by DoD providers, they also see the record.
of care that was provided on the battlefield:
as well.
Providing the best possible care for,
America's returning wounded warriors is
the highest priority for both the DoD and,
VA and the advances made with NHIN
will contribute directly to the quality and
continuity of care that we deliver.


Improve your life skills with classes at FFSC


From FFSC


The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive mea-
sure for avoidance of personal and family
problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
to service members and their families, as
well as DoD civilian personnel aboard the
base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
tration.
Expectant Parents Workshop Nov.
18, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
New Parent Resource Awareness
Workshop Nov. 20, noon to 4 p.m.
Separation Workshop Dec. 1- 4, 7:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Stress Management Workshop Dec.
9, 9 a.m. to noon
Anger Management Workshop Dec.


9, 8 a.m. to noon
Retirement Workshop Dec. 15- 18,
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Expectant Parents Workshop Dec.
16, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For more information or to register, call
542-2766.


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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

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

Zumba Class
Wednesday at 11:15 a.m.
Thursday at 4:15 p.m.
Call Fitness Source at 542-3518

I.T.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.


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

Blue Man Group in Orlando
Fall Special $44 each for all ages

2009 Gator Bowl
Jan.1 at 1 p.m.,
$32 per person

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


Saturday, Nov. 22 Closed for
Thanksgiving Weekend

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.
Nov. 11 for active duty.
Nov. 13 for retirees and DoD personnel.

0-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.


LIBERTY COVE RECREATION PB A South


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

Comedy Zone Trip
Tonight
Free admission and appetizers

Planet Fest Trip
Saturday
$10 per person

Movie in the Yard
The Dark Knight
Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m.
Free concessions

Movie Under the Stars
Journey To The Center Of The Earth
Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m.
Patriot's Grove

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


Saturday, 5 p.m. The Nightmare Before
Christmas (PG-13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Exorcist: The Beginning
(R)
Friday, Nov. 7, 7 p.m. Wanted (R)
Saturday, Nov. 8, 5 p.m. Wall-E (G)
Saturday, Nov. 8, 7 p.m. Get Smart (PG-
13)
Friday, Nov. 14, 7 p.m. Step Brothers (R)
Saturday, Nov. 15, 5 p.m. Harry Potter:
Chamber of Secrets (G)
Saturday, Nov. 15, 7 p.m. X-Files: I Want
To Believe (PG-13)
Friday, Nov. 21, 7 p.m. Hancock (PG-13)
Saturday, Nov. 22, 5 p.m. Spider-Man
(PG-13)
Saturday, Nov. 22, 7 p.m. Tropic
Thunder (R)
Friday, Nov. 28 Closed for Thanksgiving
Weekend


Region


Pro-Am


Results

NAS Freedom Lanes
Oct. 17- 19
Open Division
1 -Tom Germann 1582
2 Brian Mcgovern 1557
3 Steven Colwell 1552
Youth Division
1 Kimber Kahre 1478
2 Devin Dowdell 1352
3 Alex Stoetzer 1319

PBA South Region Open
Top 8
1 Jeff Mersch, Orlando, Fla.
2 Roger Kossert, Brandon,
Fla.
3 Neil Croinex, Port Orange,
Fla.
4 David O'Sullivan, Orlando,
Fla.
5 Richard Langton, Alpharetta,
Ga.
6 Shawn Evans, Satellite
Beach, Fla.
7 Jonathan Nask, Jupiter, Fla. -
8 Brett Williams, Jacksonville,
Fla.
NAS Jax MWR
Department thanks VyStar
Credit Union, GEICO,
The Howard Johnson Inn
Orange Park and Classic
Products for their sponsor-
ship.


Free kayak and canoe rental
Every Thursday for Active Duty

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

Military Family Appreciation Carnival
Nov. 15
11 a.m. 5 p.m.
Allegheny Soft Ball Field (next to the out-
door pool)

Creative Movement Dance Class
Advanced learning through creative move-
ment
Sign-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


Photos courtesy MWR
Champion Jeff Mersch of the PBA South Region Tournament
held Oct. 17-19 at NAS Jax Freedom Lanes.


PBA South Region Pro-Am Champion Tom Germann received
his trophy from Freedom Lanes Assist. Manager Wallie Haley.

Neither MWR, nor the officially endorses any com-
U.S. Navy or any other part pany, sponsor or its prod-
of the federal government ucts or services.



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CNATTU employee pursues graduate degree


By AEC Raymond Derrick
CNATTU PAO
M onica Santos,
a civil service
employee at the
Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit
(CNATTU) Jacksonville
was selected for the Navy
Health Services Collegiate
Program (HSCP). When
she completes her master's
degree, she will receive
a commission in the U.
S. Navy Medical Service
Corps. I
Santos, who works in
the CNATTU Jacksonville
Student Quota Control
Office, is no newbie to being
a Sailor. She joined the
Navy in Puerto Rico in 1995
and attended boot camp at
Recruit Training Command
Great Lakes, Ill.
She attended Torpedo-
man's Mate "A" school,
after which she completed
successful tours at NAS
Sigonella, Italy and NAS
Jacksonville Weapons
Departments.
She departed from active
duty service in 2003, and
soon after, joined the
CNATTU team as the lead
management technician for
the Student Quota Control
Department.
In her off time,
she attended Florida
Community College of
Jacksonville and Southern
Illinois University earn-
ing a Bachelor of Science
Degree in health care man-
agement.
When asked how she
learned about HSCP,
Santos said, "I was online
at www.navy.com, checking
out medical jobs the Navy
had to offer, so I submitted
a recruiter questionnaire
and thought nothing more
of it. A couple of weeks
later, I got a call from
Naval Recruiting District
Jacksonville Medical Officer
Programs Coordinator
Lt. Thomas Jacobson. He
told me that I looked like
a great candidate for the
health services collegiate
program."
The HSCP provides a
financial incentive in the
form of E-6 base pay, Basic
Allowance for Housing
and Basic Allowance for
Subsistence while complet-
ing a master's degree in 24
months. Santos will be com-
missioned as a lieutenant
(junior grade) in the Navy
Medical Service Corps.
Almost a year after start-
ing the application process,
Santos received word she
was accepted for HSCP,
and was sworn back into
naval service by CNATTU
Commanding Officer Cmdr.
Allen Crisp in an Oct. 27
ceremony.
Santos said her selec-

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tion to HSCP marks a new
chapter in life for herself
and her daughter, Bianca.
"I served eight years as
an enlisted Sailor and got
out to pursue a career inll
healthcare administration.
I never thought that would
lead me back into the Navy,
but it proves you have to
always keep your options in
life open," said Santos.
Crisp observed, "It is
great to see Monica selected


for this program. She has
always been a very hard
worker and dedicated to
the CNATTU Jacksonville
teamin. I have no dolbt that
she will do very well."
Santos will complete her
graduate studies in health-
care services at Armstrong
Atlantic State University in
Savannah, Ga.
For more information
about the Navy HSCP, con-
tact Jacobson at 542-3320.


CNATTU Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Allen Crisp (left) con-
gratulates Monica Santos for her
selection to the Navy Health Services
Collegiate Program, where she will
pursue a graduate degree in health-
care administration.


Photo by AEC Raymond Derrick


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Jacksonville, Florida 32210 D R, FR, L R, gated disc. Cute, clean SAN JOSE 22 full ba-T, Orange nrk Shallre cozyb ,
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ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Blanding Blvd.
777-5600


AUDI JACKSONVILLE
4660-100 Southside Blvd.
5654000


BENTLEY- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd,
Longwood/Orlando FI
407-339-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd.
725-0911 -

TOM BUSH ORANGE
PARK BMW
6914 Blanding Blvd 777-2500



GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
www.garberautomall.com

KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111

NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700

PARKER CADILLAC
375 Belz Outlet Blvd
(904)824-9181


NIMNICHT CHEVY
1550 Cassat Ave. 425-6312
www.nimnichtchevy.com
GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
www.garberautomall.com
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200

JACK WILSON CHEVROLET
2255 US1 South 797-4567

JERRY HAMM CHEV
3494 Philips Hwy. 398-3036

PINEVIEW CHEVROLET
Macclenny 259-6117



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421

CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300

FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
www.garberautomall.com

JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000

MIKE SHAD CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421


JAGK CARU50
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600

JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000

GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
www.garberautomall.com

ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454

WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561



BOARD FORD
LINCOLN MERCURY
St. Augustine '824-1641
Florida's Super Duty
Headquarters

PAUL CLARK FORD4ERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee)
225-3673

GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
www.garberautomall.com

MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy.
904-292-3325

MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060

MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673


NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826

GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs
2644502
www.garberautomall.com



DUVAL HONDA
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900

LOU SOBH HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300

LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277



HYUNDAI OF ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900

KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060



ATLANTIC INFHNm
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-020



CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd.
998-7111
www.cityautomotive.com



JAGUAR JACKSONVILLE
11211 Atlantic Blvd.
642-1500



ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South
354-4421


CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300

FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd.
269-1033

GARBER JEEP
Green Cove Springs
264-2416
www.garberautomall.com

JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS.
493-0000

MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



LAMBOROHINI ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/OrdandoFI 407-339-
3443



LAND ROVER JACKSONVILLE
11211 AtlanticBlvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000

LEXUS OF ORANGE PARK
704 Blanding Blvd. 777-5100
www.lexusotorangepark.com



NORTH FLORIDA
LINCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100


MIKE 5ADFORD
LINCOLN MERCURY
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673



LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992



TOMBUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911

MAZDA CITY
6916 Blending Blvd. 779-0600



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

MERCEDES BENZ
of ORANGE PARK
7018 Blanding Blvd. 777-5900



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd.
565-2489
www.cityautomotive.com



MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave.
389-3621

PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1 South, St Aug. 904-
794-9990


MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs
264-4502
www.garberautomall.com

JACK WILSON PONTIAC
BUICK GMC
2250 US1 South
797-4577

NIMNICHT PONTIAC- GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy.
854-4826



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155



ROLLS ROYCE ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd
Longwood/Orando Fl
407-339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700
www.nimnicht.com



SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145

SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd.
779-0071

SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200
8600 Atlantic Blvd.
725-8200



SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455


CITY SUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Blvd.
998-7111
www.cityautomotive.com



KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngenman Circle.
771-9100

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Wells Road 269-2603

TOM BUSHVW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911

O'STEEN VOLKSWAGEN
11401 Philips Hwy. 322-5100



O'STEEN VOLVO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694






BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
www.beachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd.
724-3511

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd.
724-1080


Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd.
998-0012

TOM BUSH BMW
9910 Atlantic Blvd.
3714381

TOM BUSH MINI
USED CAR
SUPER CENTER
9875 Atlantic Blvd.
371-4877

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11650 BEACH BLVD.
998-9992


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I r gr e f l eo stC d ca u p blool 1 Xl-300, 20 Only 10,000 Mi $27,880 Miles Reil $26,70
i includes 00.00 scree po l 904-651-3299. Yorkle Pups show cwllty | black with tenance 998-0012 Sale Price $21,980 998-0012
AC, Heai Fuel screen $00.00 war- $995mo $800dep at pet prices, nil sizes leather saddle records garage kept, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Anti ues r a n I y A n d re w Dogs ok with $250 non $500-$1200. 386-336-6699 baOs and back- Toledo B lue $16,995.
Appliances 904 63-9931refundabledenp. Cal PUPPES Srest $7000 OBO. CaIl 904-853-697. VW BEETLE 53
912-674-021.1 PUPPIES: Schnouzers. 240-9763. VW BEETLE#53
Arts&CraftsSanyo 4 head ---- -- _--Y rkle, Chlihilua, x- Buick LeSabre HERBIE MOBILE NISSAN
Auctions V C R w Istlh Mandarin GOLF Clubs, But ne G Shih-Tou. 90,t 303 9082 Vospa Motor- 1997 for sale, 4 ONLY 13,000 mi, PATHFINDER SE
remoteforsole bs, pprel, cootr Dr., white, A/C $14,990 998-0012 '06 Fully Equip.
Building Supplies f o fors bags. apparel, aend ank w A/T / P/W.!
Building Sulies 5 dollars accessories. Salesmen Toonk will, f T 200cc ,100 l A/T P/S PW,' LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Only 39,000 Mi
BUSeSs/Ofce 542-3441. samples now, not used plc For fIre- miles. Wind- te a. OBCo Mercedes-Ben Retail $21,250 Sale
E meant below wh.ee Mist Ploce For OStetol$25000.00 O e1dsB
Ehuopment ies saonly \ 100oal. $50.00. d and To (90 )772-8428. Priced $15,490 998-0012
olectableso, 2 17 Planlalon C 762 lent condo on, $3,500 LINCLON TOWN CARAR'99 2001E320 LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE
ColieCtables as S. ott Mandorin Rd CHRISTMAS TREE 9' hores Fresh. $5 per Cll 771-7544._______ Exe. Series, 61 Kmi's Exc. 4 matic wagon
Computer Hutch cabinet, Iro for oll. 382-9153 or 813-6185 Co d. $6,900. 904-264-4272 only 43K miles!
Craft/Thrift Stoes 4149 Lexington Ave Family Sale' Sat 11/8, antique sofa and chairs i sunroof, heated
ie-t s Nov7&804 Houseoll 9a-1p,3933 Pritmore Rd. tanning bed. Call seats $14,951 L
Estate Sales Hosted by Amber Lane 904-751-0915 or 371-0406
Fwww.amberlaneiax.com MANDARIN Sat. Nov 8. Electr Cord Volvo spare For Straiht Talk 2003 E320 Ford E250 Econollne
Rus leS iForest Sub. off Cravenh less r. 1 and NoGames Black/Black Sun- ANVFM, PW, PDL,
househeholold goodFurn,sm a s, ll dreSdwn used $25.00 Come See Roof, CD, loaded, Cloth seats,cleanow
tronics, clothing, etLc. mover $5 \ 268-2482. Styxx Jenkins. new body style! ITourn, Nov 904 6e73-650.0.
Garden/Lawn Antique China (305) 394 1152. Aviation Military, Bad Credit $17,951 Retail $30,000 Sole
Hot Spa Hutch (Drexel) Middleburg Hammok Boats Wheels/Tires, No Credit Price $24,990 998-0012
l /Watihes $150.00269-7224. Multi Family table e with Sailboats two, 10 lug, NOPROBLEM 2004SLK230 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Kdsstuf Garage Sale, chairs, two BoatDockage& ei hi WanttobePreated KompressorSpe-M!
Machineryerything theaerfans, Rens elln, 22T170-19.5 Want to be treated Kompressor Spe.
Macheryand emuist go sale. two or a Rentals exc. cond. like family, come to clal Ed. loaded w/
Tools BEDA Bargain $150 4699 Kangaroo CD players, Marine Equipment $125.00 each NIMNICHT automatic trans wh hard she
Medical Queen Pillow Top Street, Middleburg, lawnmower, oscillating and Supplies OBO George 762-8622. CHEVROLET and only46K mIles opper cove FORDL9000198826
diMed Brand New 904-674-0405 Florida,. fan. Move out sale. R Rentals CHEVROLET lK oppe oa r FORD L9000 19 o8 2
Miscellaneous i42-3441 e 1550 CASSAT AVE $21,952 I_.cold aoir colorFb0 Ret 1gorted tandem
ISe- ts 1550 $2stAdam ak bos L ; 'o.o )lue, sport 1ax15C 0ns LItruck
ewae u Colm doonos c ty G5 Se O Qual ity Spr. Mot orcycles/Mini Bunkedswt 891..2 2007 C230 $40000 $3750. lSt. Mary's, GA
t c Must sell.St. Nov 8th 8am-12pm Equipment, i387-4041 $,0 s t auto, 904d-304 --552 7714-
BtntkrBeds withLocated off New Berlin Rd. adult and child Bikes sport, a 1
O dngs mattress and rens golf, base- Auto Brokers sunroof and CD
PubllcSales six dr a wer Old Orange Park Multi ball, and BMX Auto Parts American or Foreign player $23,953
br A dresser $150.00e Family Gs. $ 7563. AorC Classic car wanted. '
r tinggoods 269-7224.r Famoo i Gara geSale less contact 363-1219. Antiques/Classics l tel40 w an d .9 2
e fnc t u w orn, household items Spa-Six Person, Automobiles w o 0 n
26-'-7 .St -11/0,11 22,ComfortL350
alers iChina Cabinet, tools. 2723 Red Fox R good condition Trucks/Trallers/SUV's electronic trunk
Wanted to Buy or white wnthue a Park with cover and Vans/Buses I
highboy with Orange Park 11/7 & 11/8, wood casting $2000or Less closer, only 43K
lrade glass doors 8-til, 451 Clermont Dr W. $600.00 contact OLDS AURORA '01, fuel Mil Purchased
breakfast table Patio furn, hsewares. Mis. Auto Turbo 1999 si & en. NADA $7900; Here Traded Here
and two bench seats books, tools, clths Autos/TrucksWanted ver walum. asking 500oobo.32231732 $2,9 4
$ 250.00o wowl Mov ing crafts, lewelry,appil'sA, utrio. blor miktW Fnt9ddck
Sale. 904-254-1503l Tir Auto RenAtLease leit herb int e-k TOYOTA AVALON 2006 R Class military in fl 1f i
K enmo e Middleburg. Orange Park, Ber kshire r o to '08 Tourng Edition pa oof, rmon ml iti otasGfor
refrigerate Dining R am Comm Yrd Sae off Cl Tritrans., moonroof 126,000 Like New $23,980 Karoof, aardoS
S double sBdled Se, o R l BCao IN YSr t S C 0 fot fr 0 s'e miles $6000 B Call 998-0012Kadon stereo,
whi u St Beautifulle & Blndino S. Iuca ri 693 -9331. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE navi, pwr liftgate adSuh sGeriI
white in color, oak and glass mot orcy cles, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEv
ice maker, 1 w/4 chairs. Orange ParkGaragele S etc. $1200.00. 19 West Wht $27951
ens water ds 500- Al most new Multi Family Sat. 8-3; Cal 757-6383 Potter salbo NewAndUedVhcles 206LK
o B-mailsss $400. (worth 1293 BEAR RUN BLVD. after 5:00 PM. 2006, sleeps 4 NeAnUedtVehiles 2006 SLK w/only
King Bedroom ORTEGA AFri 11/& Sot s m boea 9tp WillMakeADealWithoutTrade pwrseats, sat clbinssbetfthtaandillnttnew
raers, din- Blvd. scuba gear, golf extras excellent cond R All ApplitionsAccepted radio, Vavrona 1 buyandrenthomesandwhopurdchasegoodsandservices.Letthelm
tooseIng... t, clubs, kitchen app's & on$,00 .053-6978 u l essOfCredit trim pkg. $31,951 n
LG front load complete w/4 useholditems AffenpiensChers to Yorkies n know whatyour businesshasto offerby advertisiinginoneorallof
$700. Best offer. Call 553-6015. Pon Vedra 3 DAY SALE 6 the militarypubications distributed at the local bases in the area.
fLromm-Communi UP TO $400 OFF 'A-,";rL -19" sport weehls
dryer. $500. NEW Must Sell $140 a176 Solano Cay, See Puppies On-lne .' H Kardon Stereo
(305) 394-1152. Call Carter 674-04057S4t":. Sat., Noov.8 8., www.lepuppyscene.com :. r r ':, Ipod/sat radio only
Brand N en st.c Household I'tems, bikes, 904 727.7721 JAX "_._ 15Kml 3.99% APR
$150 904-674-0405 Iturecls othes and h$4,949
Q') Washer and -0- Sofa and Chair 4hl200us 320oDCe ht0 ,-
Dryer $l0n0. (Matching) WESTSIDE Fri, Sat, Sun appp 1' 200E320DCI
Sewing ,Moving Sale. 8a-3p. 6619 Romlly St. pewordels or (go diesel, leather Sun plm call
Malc264-$25. Non matching Vintage jewelry, books, : J R -',c, : Roof, CD, changer
message is, electronics, 307-5116 En Egi.sh ringer Spanil '' .,.of., Loadedwilow Faxa90-M.
318-8384 . I_ -- -04,._1111T11T11
Tworosewood Westside Multi l.,.0 ,, ~,. ,,m : mlles$3894
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rl ve white one coffee table de So le, '-n a2 07'C 4K miles! loaded
S clor wtec glss saturday ,".., "0, :.o Car wlkeyless go, nav ,"!
scratches or prect Ops November 8, 8 voice control
defects E-mail $500 OBO Automaticwaterhos 3 pr. Byron Ct off GREAT DANE AK PUPS vocct$59,91
ahoo.com $200. reel $25, girls princess Many i ems. Need r.r0 6C45.
1lhpwrleb directions? 777-5184. CarFax ProudlyI
exersaucer like new $70. DisplDan PU SC rax yed O n
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"{we} recommend the 535i to anyone looking for a
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