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Place of Publication: Jacksonville, Fla.
Publication Date: July 1, 2010
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'War Eagles' tackle




tri-site deployment


By Lt. j.g. Patrick DiEugenio
VP-16 Public Affairs Officer

After saying their good-byes to
family and friends, the VP-16
"War Eagles" are settling
in with new routines on their six-
month deployment to three different
locations Italy, El Salvador and
Djibouti.
Though the squadron is going in
three directions at once cooperation
and cohesion among the detachments
is still the order of the day for the War
Eagles.
Over the past year, squadron per-
sonnel worked hard to sharpen their
skills as they trained up for overseas
missions. Fresh off the change of com-
mand where Cmdr. Mark Melson took
charge of the War Eagles as skipper,
the squadron wrapped up their train-
ing and prepared themselves and
their families for the six months of
difficult, yet rewarding work.
Through late May and early June,
the War Eagles carried out a major
pack out plan and airlift schedule
to get men, women and equipment
moved from the shores of the St.
Johns River to the three locations
from which crews will operate. The
squadron had to ensure that all of the
functions that are normally performed
in one place could be managed at each
site by getting the right people and
the support they need in key spots.
A single maintenance department
now has to do same job in three plac-
es to support each detachment. So
far, so good, as the War Eagles find
that their hard work over the past 18
months is paying off.
"The challenges of a tri-site deploy-
ment are unique. We have to take into
account all of the usual factors that
you address in preparing for an over-
seas movement but in this case,
each of the three sites has its own
challenges to address. We need to


Photos courtesy of VP-16
At an all-hands meeting prior to deployment, VP-16 Commanding Officer Cmdr.
Mark Melson reminds the War Eagles to make their hard work over the past 18
months pay off in safe and successful missions.


get the right people to the right place,
so that being spread across three
deployment sites doesn't impact our
ability to execute our mission," says
Executive Officer Brad Rosen. "The
various environments can also be
challenging. Jacksonville is hot in the
summer, but it's a vacation compared
to the summer climate in Djibouti."
Lt. John Gerweck adds, "Its just
something that you have to embrace
and learn to work with."
In addition to seeing different parts
of the world, the crews are eager to
get to work, too. The missions that
squadron will execute while deployed
across the globe represent the full rep-
ertoire of their aircraft's capabilities
as a maritime patrol and reconnais-
sance platform.
The squadron will fly their
Lockheed P-3C Orions in support
of the war on drugs in South and
Central America, as well as support
to coalition forces engaged in mari-
time security operations off the coast


U.S. Navy photo
A Navy P-3C Orion aircraft, assigned
to the "War Eagles" of VP-16 recently
departed NAS Jacksonville for a six-
month deployment at one of three loca-
tions Italy, El Salvador or Djibouti,
Africa. VP-16 utilizes a wide range of
communications, detection, monitoring,
reconnaissance and navigation systems
to perform their missions. In addition
to advanced electronics, the P-3C can
deliver an impressive mix of torpedoes,
bombs, and missiles.
of east Africa. Another detachment
will work with other deployed U.S.
Navy and coalition forces in rou-
tine Mediterranean operations. The
squadron will also participate in vari-
ous joint exercises across Europe dur-
ing its deployment.


Indian naval attache reviews P-8 training options
By Clark Pierce
Editor


embassy of India Naval
Attach Commodore Monty
Khanna and Director for
International Engagement (OPNAV
N52) Rear Adm. Jeff Lemmons were
welcomed by NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey
Maclay June 23 as part of their fact-
finding tour of maritime patrol and
reconnaissance training facilities in
Navy Region Southeast.
"This represents an opportunity to
discuss the P-8A Poseidon transition
plan for our mission operators and
maintainers," said Lemmons.
"VP-30 has a long history of work-
ing with international aviation stu-
dents and the Indian Navy will be
conducting similar planning as it pre-
pares for P-8I transition. Our conver-
sations cover the full spectrum of this
installation's area of responsibility,
which includes some excellent train-
ing ranges, both on land and under
water," said Lemmons.
"We need to ensure this base pro-
vides the most effective ways to sup-
port and train P-8 personnel, and it
is important to share U.S. Navy 'best
practices' in logistics, maintenance
and air traffic control," said Maclay.
"This is a great opportunity to meet
the India Naval Attach6 and show
NAS Jacksonville's proven commit-


Photo by Clark Pierce
(Left) Rear Adm. Jeff Lemmons and
India Naval Attache Commodore Monty
Khanna (right) were briefed on NAS
Jacksonville international training
capabilities by Commanding Officer
Capt. Jeffrey Maclay June 23.
ment to international partnerships."
As part of the Global Maritime
Strategy to build and strengthen rela-
tionships with our partners, CNO
Adm. Gary Roughead visited India
April 10-16.
During his tour, he said, "The
strong relationship our navies enjoy
today would not exist without trust
and an open dialogue between the
leaders of both navies."
The government of India signed a
contract in January 2009 with The
Boeing Company of Seattle, Wash.
for the purchase of eight P-8I aircraft
with options for four additional air-
craft to upgrade their maritime recon-
naissance force.


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Photo by VP-30 Public Affairs
(From left) VP-30 Commanding Officer
Capt. Perry Yaw met with India
Naval Attache Commodore Monty
Khanna and Director for International
Engagement (OPNAV N52) Rear Adm.
Jeffrey Lemmons June 23. He explained
the Navy's plans for integrating the
technical training of operators and
maintainers for the new P-8A multi-mis-
sion patrol and reconnaissance aircraft.

The P-8I is the Indian Navy variant
of the P-8A Poseidon that Boeing is
developing for the U.S. Navy.


Photo by Vic Pitts
Commander Fleet Readiness Centers Rear Adm. Timothy
Matthews (left) delivers the Shingo Medallion for excel-
lence to supervisor Barry Dean and the artisans of
the weapons component repair shop at FRCSE, which
improved the FLIR repair turnaround time using a cellu-
lar line layout and continuous process improvement.


Fleet Readiness


Center earns


world-class honors

By Marsha Childs
FRCSE Public Affairs

The Targeting, Surveillance and Radar Systems
(TSRS) Shop at Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast (FRCSE) took possession of the
Shingo Bronze Medallion for excellence that was ini-
tially presented May 20 at a ceremony in Salt Lake
City, Utah.
Commander Fleet Readiness Centers Rear Adm.
Timothy Matthews delivered the award May 27 during
the two-day "Boots on the Ground" leadership confer-
ence at FRCSE on board NAS Jacksonville.
Electronics Mechanic Supervisor Barry Dean accept-
ed the award on behalf of the TSRS team. He is cred-
ited for his effective leadership and creating a culture
of continuous improvement through employee empow-
erment. Yet, Dean credits the shop's artisans for spear-
heading the Herculean effort.
"This is a very prestigious international award," said
Dean. "There were at least 60 companies represented
at the ceremony in Utah. Just to be recognized, you
are well on your way. The level of effort these artisans
made to keep our focus was incredible. Everything we
do here is touch labor and we turn out a turret in 21
days without a problem."
The TSRS team implemented a cellular production
line using single-piece flow methodology for the AN/
AAS-44(V) Forward Looking InfraRed (FLIR) system,
a passive method of determining bearing, course and
speed of a target by viewing the scene as an infrared
image. The streamlined process significantly reduced
costs and cycle time while maintaining a high degree
of quality.
The U.S. Navy and Raytheon Company established
the government and private industry partnership to
repair the Multi-spectral Targeting System (MTS)
installed on Navy and Marine Corps multi-mission
helicopters.
In April, Raytheon certified six FRCSE artisans to
perform depot-level repairs on the FLIR system. The
workers completed eight weeks of classroom instruc-
tion and hands-on training.
Of the 21 employees who work in the TSRS, 18 are
directly involved with the FLIR system. The workers
repaired the first turret by the end of March and have
completed nine to date.
FRCSE Commanding Officer Capt. Paul Sohl
thanked the artisans for their significant achievement.
"Ultimately this partnership will provide our troops
with a reliable, quality product when they need it,"
said Sohl. "We are bringing the best of what industry
and the government have to offer. This synergistic


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2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 1, 2010


Looking back to November, 1944...


U.S. Navy photo
The Consolidated PB4Y-1 was the U.S. Navy's designation for the B-24 Liberator seen here on the NAAS (Naval
Auxiliary Air Station) Jacksonville flight line, located at Jacksonville Municipal Airport (later Imeson Airport) on North
Main Street, where patrol-bomber aircrew trained. The airport featured one of the longest runways on the east coast.



Who's in favor ofyear-round school?


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Monday I went to the grocery
store to stock up on food for
the week. By noon Tuesday,
most of what I bought was gone. It is
officially summer.
If you need me, I will either be
restocking the pantry or drying pool
towels. I hardly have a spare moment
to respond to one of the 400 times my
boys say, "I'm bored" or "I'm hungry."
I tried to return the kids to their
teachers. "I'll be back at three o'clock
to pick them up," I said when I went
to the school on the first day of sum-
mer vacation to drop off a gift. Ford's
third-grade teacher just smiled and
laughed. She thought I was joking.
On the other hand, I enjoy my new,
leisurely mornings by sleeping in to 7
a.m. My older boys (Ford and Owen)
eventually feed themselves. My young-
est (Lindell) isn't as understanding,
so I let him snuggle in my bed as he
sings the Scooby Doo theme over and
over.
Speaking of Scooby, during the
school year, I tried to hide Lindell's
habit of acting like a dog from his
older, cooler brothers. They didn't
know that Lindell will fetch a soft,
stuffed ball and bring it back in his
mouth.
Ford looked stunned the first time
Lindell said, "You be the owner and
I'll be the dog."
He then got on his hands and knees
and panted. Owen smiled at the obvi-
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Lindell. And then, "Okay puppy, now
lay down and go to sleep."
Why didn't I use this tactic at 6
a.m.?
My biggest complaint about summer
is the endless snacking. One day, the
door on the pantry and the door at the
front porch slammed so frequently,
it began to sound like music. Bang,
smack, bang.
When I dared to get up from my
computer (I'm not on summer break,
by the way) and venture into the
kitchen, I found a trash can full of
empty wrappers and chewed up bub-
ble gum. I opened the pantry. It had
been raided.
The next time I heard the front
door slam, I yelled, "I hope you're not
coming in for snacks."
A moment later, the back door
slammed. I poked my head out the
window and said, "Don't bother com-
ing in for food; you've eaten all of it."
No one heard me. There was a pile
of boys in the backyard wrestling for
the super soaker water gun.
While folding laundry upstairs, the
front door slammed again, followed by
what sounded like a herd of cattle.
"No more snacks," I yelled down-
stairs. The backdoor slammed.
When I returned to the kitchen,
it was apparent they weren't listen-
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"Think before you grab have you
just eaten?"
"When this food is gone, I'm not get-
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"Stop slamming the front door!"
I placed the notes in strategic loca-
tions: on the box of Nilla Wafers,
beside the front door, on the television
screen, inside the fridge. When I went
back upstairs to finish the laundry, I
smiled at my cleverness.
A few minutes later, the front door
slammed. Their giggling and stomp-
ing stopped. They were reading.
"Huh, what's this mean?" one of them
said. "Only three snacks a day?"
When his father, Dustin, came home
from work, Owen looked scared as
he told him, "There are notes every-
where, Dad. She's put them every-
where."
The next day, the boys never
stopped talking about food. "Can
we have our first snack now, Mom?"
"Does an apple count as a snack?"
"Stop talking about food!" I
screamed. "Can't you think about any-
thing else."
Ford and Owen looked sideways at
each other. Then Ford said, "It's kind
of hard not to think about food when
these notes are all over the place."
He had a point. Still, as I stomped
up the stairs for some alone time, I
heard Owen ask, "So does this mean
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Job title/command:
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Hometown: Ocala, Fla.


Favorite duty station/
Why? NAS Jacksonville,
first permanent duty station.

Last book read: Of Mice and Men, by
John Steinbeck

Favorite pastime: Going to Daytona
Beach with friends.

Most interesting experience: Gas
chamber.




JUSTIN HILL

Job title/command:
Cook/MWR

Hometown: Bethesda,
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Favorite duty station?
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Last book read: Ice man, The Confessions
of a Mafia Hit Man

Favorite pastime: Watching football on the
weekend.

Most Interesting Experience: Rode a
manatee.

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New paint

The lead paint
remediation proj-
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tower near NAS
Jax Air Terminal is
nearing comple-
tion. Project
Superintendent
Derrick Brower,
of Can't Be Beat
Fence Company,
said the metal
structure has been
sanded and encap-
sulated with epoxy
sealant. His crew
will soon begin
applying the finish
coat. A special con-
tainment shroud
prevents release of
potentially harmful
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jNAirNews

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer...................... Capt. Jeffrey Maclay
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer................................ Cmdr. Mark Scott
Command Master Chief............................... CMDCM(SW/SS) Jeff Hudson
Public Affairs Officer ..................................................... Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Public Affairs Officer..........................................Kaylee LaRocque
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor ................................................................. Clark Pierce
Design/Layout ............................................................. George Atchley
Staff Writer...................................CS2 Sylvia Morris
The JAX AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the Military
Services. Contents of the JAX AIR NEWS do not necessarily reflect the official
views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department of
Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appearance of advertising
in this publication, including inserts or supplements, does not constitute
endorsement by the Department of Defense, or The Florida Times-
Union, of the products and services advertised. Everything advertised in
the publication shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage
without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital
status, physical handicap, political affiliation or any other non-merit factor
of the purchaser, user or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal
opportunity policy by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse
to print advertising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The IaxAIRHEWS can be reached at (904)
542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email JaxAirNews@comcast.net or write the
JxAIR HEWS, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JAX AIR NEWS is published by The FloridaTimes-Union, a private firm in
no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written agreement
with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is published every
Thursday byThe FloridaTimes-Union, whose offices are at 1 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership over 32,000. Distribution by
The FloridaTimes-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regarding
advertisements should be directed to:


Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202
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Update exceptional family members before negotiating orders


Photo by MC1 LaTunya Howard
HMC Daryhl Tolley gives HM2 Ramon Eusebio permission to
process a set of permanent change of station (PCS) orders.
Tolley and Eusebio are hospital corpsman detailers at Navy
Personnel Command in Millington, Tenn. (NPC). They urge
Sailors to update their EFM status prior to negotiating for
orders.


'Dangerous Men'


From Navy Personnel
Command Public Affairs
There are currently 16,000
Navy families enrolled in the
Exceptional Family Member
Program (EFMP), but some Sailors
are not updating their packages
before entering their detailing win-
dow.
"Enrollment in the EFM program
is mandatory for all family members
with long-term medical, mental health
or educational needs and is required
immediately upon identification of
a special need," said Cmdr. Cynthia
Granby, EFMP branch head at Navy
Personnel Command. "Before a detail-
er can release orders, an updated
EFM status is needed. The sponsor
is responsible for knowing his or her
EFM update timeframe and for updat-
ing the file prior to negotiating for
orders. Local coordinators at the near-
est Military Treatment Facility can
be contacted to confirm update status
and timeframe."
Family member status updates
are required nine months prior to
a Sailor's Projected Rotation Date,
every three years, or whenever the


enrolled member's need changes.
Temporary enrollments (Category
VI) must be updated within a year of
assignment. The EFMP is required
for authorized family members who
possess a physical, emotional, devel-
opmental or educational disability -
or a condition that requires special
medical, mental health or education
services and reside with or are in the
custody of a Sailor.
Enrollment ensures family mem-
bers' needs are identified so that
Sailors are stationed where those
needs can best be met.
"The program is a benefit for
Sailors and commands," said
Kathleen Wells, Navy EFMP man-
ager. "It's available to help allevi-
ate hardships on family members by
ensuring their special needs are con-
sidered in the detailing process."
"EFMP remains flexible," Granby
said. "Once the sponsor enrolls and
family needs are identified, he/she
will have a good chance at obtaining a
career enhancing assignment."
EFMP families are classed into one
of six categories. For those families
who have been designated categories


operate safely


with Romanian counterparts


By Lt. Michael Melville
HSL-44 Detachment 5 Admin Officer
T he HSL-44 De-
tachment 5 "Dan-
gerous Men" em-
barked on the guided-
missile destroyer USS
Oscar Austin (DDG 79)
recently participated in
an exchange with the
Romanian Navy's first
naval helicopter squadron.
The "Black Sea Knights"
fly the IAR 330 Puma, a
Romanian-built utility/
attack helicopter.
The Dangerous Men, fly-
ing an SH-60B Seahawk,
participated in a forma-
tion flight and supported
flight deck landing practice
for the Black Sea Knights


Photo courtesy of HSL-44
An SH-60B Seahawk assigned to HSL-44 Det. 5, with Lt.
Jamie Epps at the stick, flies in formation with a Romanian
Navy IAR 330 Puma as they approach the guided-missile
destroyer USS Oscar Austin (DDG 79) in the Black Sea.


aboard Oscar Austin. The
newly established Navy
helicopter squadron's pilots,
who transferred from the
Romanian army and air
branches, enjoyed the
opportunity ask questions
about the Americans' ship-
board air department and
to become more familiar


with expeditionary opera-
tions and procedures.
Lt. Jamie Epps, the Det.
5 aircraft commander for
the formation flight, said
his Romanian counterparts
were very smooth formation
flyers who were confident
in both their abilities and
their new Puma helicopters.


"This was a fantastic
opportunity to work with
our Allies in the Black Sea.
They got to demonstrate
their ability to integrate
with allied forces and we all
got to do some great flying"
The commanding offi-
cer of the Black Sea
Knights, Col. Puiu Vlad,
was extremely enthusias-
tic about the joint training
opportunity. He expressed
his appreciation to both the
ship and Det. 5 for their
willingness to provide sup-
port. He stated he was look-
ing forward to continued
Romanian cooperation with
NATO naval forces.


Fireworks


IV and V, the Navy has a separate
EFMP Respite Care, which provides
up to 40 hours of free, in-home care
for exceptional family members and
their siblings.
"Many family members enrolled
in the program have complex needs
that cannot be met using typical in-
home care," said Sharon Fatheree,
Navy Child and Youth Programs, out-
reach program manager for Fleet and
Family Readiness Centers.
"The respite care is provid-
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Programs and was designed to offer
parents in-home care with specialized
providers trained to meet the indi-
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so parents can feel safe leaving
children at home care to run errands,
go to medical appointments or just
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ing with an ultrasound device, while Nurse Anesthetist
Cmdr. Carol Daniel gains I\ access on a patient at Natal
Hospital Guantanamo. The patient was medical\ e\acu-
ated from Haiti following the devastating Jan. 12 earth-
quake. Assisting Flint is Critical Care Nurse Lt.j.g. Candice
Kumpunen.




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AD2 Rodney Milton loads a pallet destined for Haiti
aboard a C-40A assigned to the "Sunseekers" of \R-58 at
NAS Jackson\ille. The Sunseekers played an important
logistics role during Operation Unified Response.


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Command Southeast are assisting local Afghan contractors
on a number of ci\ il engineering projects, including this
pedestrian bridge. U.S. military\
engineers help ensure tha t ~ork is
structural\ sound and train builders in Fleet and Industr
new% processes and techniques. Jacksonville's Lt.


AE3 Ariel Goolsbn celebrates her "first kill" of an incom-
ing projectile at 5th Battalion, 5th 4ir Defense ArtillerN in
Baghdad. "When insurgents shoot mortars and rockets, it
is our job to shoot them down before the\ impact, to a\oid
damage to property or personnel," she said proudly.

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Benton checks his rifle upon returning to his quarters -
somewhere in Afghanistan during his IA deployment in
support of the ~tar on terror.


HS-11 Executi\e Officer Cmdr. Edgardo Moreno right) and
aircrew member A\\R2 Timothy Cullen take a brief break
after delivering supplies from LISS Carl \ insonlC\ N-70) to
Haiti in support the humanitarian relief effort.


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NAVY: Global Force For GoodTM


A GLOBAL FORCE FOR G00D:


VP-30 navigator Ensign Jeremy Hansler checks his air-
craft's position during a cross-country flight in a P-3C
Orion. Originally designed as a long-range patrol and
anti-submarine warfare aircraft, its mission has evolved
to include surveillance of the battlespace, either at sea or
over land. Its long "loiter time" has proved invaluable dur-
ing Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom, as
well as Operation Unified Response in Haiti.


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HMC(SW/AW) Eddie Couillard entertains children with a soccer ball at a school in west-
ern Afghanistan. Couillard was a pharmacist embedded with Marines in 2009. The unit
was involved in a humanitarian assistance where they handed out school supplies and
backpacks to more than 100 children.


MA2 Leon Jeffries, formerly attached to the NAS Jax
Police Department, takes a moment from his IA in-
processing in Iraq. He recently received orders to the
NAS Jax-based HS-7 "Dusty Dogs" and is headed to
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8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 1, 2010


A/C credits and rebates still available


By Cliff Plante
Special contributor


t's apparent that the summer
temperatures have arrived.
Extended operation of your
home cooling system will inflate
your utility bill over the next few
months as the steamy summer
heat continues unabated until
late fall.
I have mentioned the avail-
ability of federal tax credits for
replacement of existing air con-
ditioning or heat pump systems.
The replacement equipment must
meet Seasonal Energy Efficiency
Ratio (SEER) criteria based
on type of application, and be
installed in an existing primary


residence.
This program is still avail-
able and runs through the end
of December. To see if you quali-
fy, refer to the following website:
http://www.energystar.gov/index.
cfm?c=taxcredits.txindex
Several utility companies offer
rebates in addition to the federal
tax credits. Locally, Clay Electric
Cooperative offers rebates of $100
to $500 depending on the tonnage
of equipment and SEER of the
system.
Florida Power and Light offers


rebates ranging from $140 to
$1,930 again based on tonnage
and SEER of replacement system.
Jacksonville Electric Authority
offers a $25 mail-in rebate for
Energy Star room air conditioners
purchased before September 30.
You may want to get a pro-
fessional to assist in your siz-
ing and selection of replacement
equipment. Reliable contractors
will test your existing HVAC by
inspecting ductwork, airflow and
other components to determine
your replacement needs.


Be sure to get at least three
bids from qualified and licensed
air conditioning contractors
before making a purchase. Also,
make sure the contract propos-
al addresses everything that the
contractor intends to do in the
way of removal and installation of
your new system.
Make sure the contractor
obtains all necessary permits and
notifies county officials to inspect
the system proper operation prior
to making final payment. Clay
Electric requires written proof


that your system was inspected
before they will provide a rebate.
Cliffs other cooling tips:
Use ceiling fans when operat-
ing your air conditioner. You can
raise the temperature set point at
the thermostat as much as three
degrees and still feel as cool.
Remember to turn the ceiling fan
off when leaving the room.
*For controlling humidity and
saving energy, set the fan con-
trol on your thermostat to "auto"
to allow the system to cycle only
when the compressor is running.
If you have windows with
western exposure, close blinds
or curtains in the afternoon to
reduce heat transfer from the sun
into your home.


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appreciation

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AS2 Stanley Savage, of FRCSE GSE, learns about some
new hand tools from Stanley Proto Florida Manager Leo
Marquis and Stanley Proto Government Sales Manager
Alex Tyler. LCI ServMart Assistant Manager Mike Anesh
said, "This is a great time to meet, greet and eat while
checking out new products for the shop or the office.


Photos by Clark Pierce
Hundreds of Sailors and
DoD civilians enjoyed
product demonstrations
and a cookout sponsored
by Grainger Industrial
Supply June 23 at LCI
ServMart in Building 160
on board NAS Jacksonville.
"We invite all the ven-
dors featured in our cata-
log to bring out their lat-
est products and interact
with customers. The grilled
hamburgers and hot dogs
just add a little more fun to
the event," said Grainger
Account Manager Travis
Hamilton.


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receives

new

rescue

swimmers

From SRSS Public Affairs

surface Rescue
Swimmer School
(SRSS) on board
NAS Jacksonville opened
its doors May 24 to 15 can-
didates of Class 10007.
Over the next four weeks,
the students would work
their way through multiple
situations that would test
their minds, bodies, deter-
mination and their ability
to save lives by working as
a team.
From arduous physical
training to hours of pool
conditioning and parachute
disentanglement drills,
the students were taken to
their limits, thanks to deci-
sive motivation from their


Photo courtesy of SRSS
NAS Jacksonville Surface Rescue Swimmer School (SRSS)
Class 10007 graduates (pull-ups from left) ENFA Jeremy
McCabe, SN Wesley Jimenez, BM3 Shih Chin, SN Tasmine
Martinez, SN Johnathan Kerbey, SA James Rail, DCFN Joshua
Wright, SN Coleman Centry, SN Miguel Hernandez, AE3
Dustin Lindley, STG3 Christian Chapman and GSE3 Nicholas
Lepore. Standing (from left) Team Supervisor AWR2 Brett
Collins, Class Leader IC3 William Hamilton and Team Leader
OS2 Michael Scherdin.
instructors.
SRSS is classified as StM tarlk
a high-risk school and is
voluntary -which means
that students can drop on
request (DOR). Class 10007
opened with a roster of 15
students and graduated 13.
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Photo by Vic Pitts
During a site visit in April, Rear Adm. Tim Matthews (left) presents FRCSE Electronics
Mechanic Ralph Doll a certificate that authorizes Doll to perform depot-level repairs on
the Raytheon Multi-spectral Targeting System.



Support for women riders


Photo by Miriam Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay and his wife, Leslie, hosted a
reception at their quarters for India Naval Attache Commodore Monty Khanna. (From left)
Director for International Engagement (OPNAV N52) Rear Adm. Jeff Lemmons, CPRW-11
Deputy Commodore Capt. William Wheeler, retired USAF Major General Gerald Maloney,
former U.S. Ambassador Marilyn McAfee, Khanna, FISCJ Commanding Officer Capt. Joyce
Robinson, Maclay, Mrs. Maclay, USCG Capt. Joseph Baker, retired Adm. Jonathan Howe and
Dr. Harriet Mangrum Howe.


INDIA NAVY: Attach6 visits NAS Jax


From Page 1


VP-30 and the P-8 Fleet Integration
Team at NAS Jacksonville are currently
developing mission systems and mainte-
nance course materials.
As part of the visit, Maclay held a recep-
tion in honor of Khanna so the commo-
dore could meet key personnel from vari-
ous commands at NAS Jacksonville.
Among those attending were: Commander,
Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Tim
Alexander; Naval Facility Engineering


Command Southeast Commanding Officer
Capt. Doug Morton; Fleet Industrial
Supply Center Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Joyce Robinson; CPRW-11 Deputy
Commodore Capt. William Wheeler and
U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter Interdiction
Squadron Jax Commanding Officer Capt.
Joseph Baker. Other area leaders included,
former U.S. Ambassador Marilyn McAfee,
retired Adm. Jonathan Howe (president of
Jacksonville World Affairs Council), Dr.
Harriet Mangrum Howe and retired USAF
Major General Gerald Maloney.


FRCSE: AIRspeed controls costs, improves efficiency


From Page 1


relationship will go a long way to ensuring
our troops are mission ready for their task-
ing."
This latest collaboration is FRCSE's sec-
ond partnership with Raytheon in support
of the Navy's critical weapons systems.
"It's important that the Fleet benefits
from this relationship and the Warfighter
leaves with fresh capabilities for the battle-
field," said Mark Schroeder, Raytheon's
program manager for Maritime and
Littoral Systems Performance Based
Logistics Programs. "We look forward to
providing this support to the Navy."
During a two-day site visit in November,
the Shingo auditors visited the FRCSE
TSRS Shop and reviewed processes as they


talked with artisans. Additionally, they
interviewed the union chief steward, the
occupational health nurse and key person-
nel in Safety, Quality Assurance, Legal,
Manpower and AIRspeed to gain a better
understanding of the scope of work.
FRCSE's workforce uses AIRspeed, a
set of process improvement methodologies,
including Lean, Six Sigma, and the Theory
of Constraints for controlling costs and
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What does the Fourth of July mean to you? How are you celebrating Independence Day?

SName your favorite patriotic song. Which American heroes make this day most special for you?


AT2 Marco Mendoza
* 4th of July means celebrating
America's independence from
England and spending time
together with family.
* The way I will celebrate
Independence Day is to have a
BBQ with the family.
* One of my favorite patri-
otic songs is the "Star Spangled
Banner."
* American hero that makes
this day most special to me is
Andrew lackson.


AT1(AW/SW)
Dominic Sapien
* 4th of July to me means family
and friends.
* The way I will celebrate
Independence Day is cooking
out and celebrating with neigh-
bors.
* One of my favorite patriotic
songs is "God Bless the U.S.A."
* American heroes that make
this day most special to me is all
Sailors.


SH2 (SW/AW)
Leonardo Villamizar
* 4th of July means a lot since I
am not a native born American.
But I must say that if this date
in history never happened, I
wouldn't be here and have the
opportunities I have today. So
thanks for 4th of July.
* I'll celebrate Independence
Day by relaxing with a group of
friends by the river and enjoying
the fireworks.
* One of my favorite patriotic
songs is the National Anthem.
* American hero that makes this
day most special to me is George
Washington.


MU2 Nick Ezzo
* 4th of July means celebration
of our freedom and the men and
women who have come before
us, as well as those who are cur-
rently fighting for that freedom.
* I plan on celebrating
Independence Day by spending
ime with family.
* One of my favorite patriotic
songs is "Battle Hymn of the
Republic."
* American heroes that make this
day most special to me are my
wife and my baby daughter. They
are the reason I am here.


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CS2 Michael Freimuth
* 4th of July means spending
time with family, celebrating the
freedom of our country.
* The way I will celebrate
Independence Day is fishing.
* One of my favorite patriotic
songs is "Born in America" by
Brooks and Dunn.
* American heroes that make this
day most special to me are my
grandfathers.


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Rene Goree
* 4th of July to me means cel-
ebration of independence.
* The way I will celebrate
Independence Day is at Bush
Gardens.
* One of my favorite patriotic
songs is "God bless the U. S. A."
* American heroes that make
this day most special to me are
all those who have served our
country.


CMDCM Jeffery Hudson
* 4th of July means the
Declaration of Independence
statement, "We hold these truths
to be self-evident, that all men
are created equal, that they are
endowed by their Creator with
certain unalienable Rights, that
among these are life, liberty and
the pursuit of happiness.
* I normally celebrate
Independence Day with Sailors,
but this year I will be with my
grandmother, who turns 90, and I
will take full advantage of that."
* One of my favorite patriotic
songs is "God Bless the U.S.A."
by Lee Greenwood.
* American heroes that make
this day most special to me are
our brothers and sister in uni-
form who are forward-deployed
right now on the tip of the spear,
defending our way of life and our
constitution.


CTR1 (SW/AW)
Amber Day
* 4th of July signifies when our
great nation became a free coun-
try.
* I will celebrate Independence
Day with a cookout and watch
the fireworks from my backyard.
* One of my favorite patri-
otic songs is the "Star Spangled
Banner."
* American heroes that make this
day most special to me are all
those who have given their lives
for freedom.


LaQuinta Davis
* 4th of July celebrates the
Declaration of Independence.
* The way I will celebrate
Independence Day is with my
family.
* One of my favorite patriotic
songs is "God Bless America."
* American heroes that make this
day most special to me are our
military veterans.


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Fourth of July performances




by Navy Band Southeast

By CS2 Sylvia Morris
Staff Writer II--


With the 4th of July
right around the
corner, be sure
to catch one of Navy Band
Southeast's holiday perfor-
mances.
Riverside Arts Market
at noon on July 3
Jacksonville Landing
VIP Ensemble at 7 p.m. on
July 3
Independence Day
Celebration in Confederate
Park at 3 p.m. on July 3
Jekyll Island firework
extravaganza on July 4 at
5 p.m.
Navy Band Southeast
(NBSE) stood up in October
1995 to provide musical
support for official Navy
functions, such as change
of commands, parades and
public concerts.
One outstanding trait of
NBSE musicians is that
their passion for music is
evident in every perfor-
mance. This is the reason
why the invites to perform
never let up. The band is
already scheduled for more
than 600 events from May
2010 through May 2011.
NBSE has built an excel-
lent reputation for qual-
ity musical performances
for a variety of venues.
More than 45 professional
musicians are assigned
to NBSE, all of whom are
graduates of the Armed
Forces School of Music.
Under the direction of Lt.
Charles Roegiers, they
rehearse up to 30 hours
each week in addition to
maintaining a very busy
performance schedule.
"The Fourth of July is
day off for most people, but
the there are troops fight-
ing over seas 24/7 and the
Navy Band is honored to
show our appreciation to
those who sacrifice for our
nation," said MUC Vincent
Burrell."
Navy Band Southeast is
comprised of six perform-
ing units. The band also
has solo guitarists, pia-
nists and vocalists who
perform year round. Solo
vocalists traditionally sing
the national anthem at
opening ceremonies. The
NBSE's Jazz Ensemble
has entertained thousands
of audiences throughout
the Southeastern United
States, Puerto Rico and
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
with Latin beats and jazz


Photos courtesy of NBSE
NBSE performs at The Jacksonville Landing under the direction of MUC Vincent Burrell.


Photo by CS2 Sylvia Morris
MU2 Nick Ezzo and MU3 Pat Waters plays the bass and the
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classics.
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The challenge ofparenting: Part 3 of 3


By Chaplain (It.) Justin Top
Special Contributor

Research shows there are

three important condi-
tions parents can provide
for their children that make a
measurable difference in their
emotional and social develop-
ment. Each article in this series
focuses on one of the three pil-
lars of parenting: love, limits,
and latitude.
Pillar No. 3 Latitude
(Psychological Autonomy)
While it is important to regu-
late your children's behavior,
the ultimate goal is for them to
regulate their own behavior (this
is called behavioral autonomy).
Before they can really do that,
they need to develop their own
set of values and to create a
healthy worldview. Psychological
Autonomy, the freedom to think
in their own way, is extremely
important to a child's develop-
ment.
Some parents use psychological
and emotional control to keep the
children in line. Though it is very
effective at controlling a child's
actions, the long term develop-
mental effects on children can be
disastrous. Research has linked


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


psychological control to poor per-
formance in school or career, low
self-esteem, and depression. It
also promotes suicide ideation,
sexual promiscuity, and eating
disorders. Here are some dos and
don't for psychological autonomy.
Don't
Withdraw love to pun-
ish or control your children.
Silent treatments, cold shoulder
and denial of affection are exam-
ples of withdrawal of love.
Use guilt as a weapon. It
is okay for them to feel guilt if
it comes from themselves. But
when you try to manipulate that
guilt by being dramatic or putting
down the child, you risk damag-
ing their self confidence.
Mock or belittle your chil-
dren. Making them feel bad
about themselves, even as a pun-
ishment, is never good for them.
Squash ideas or "freak
out" when they make a state-
ment that you don't like. As
children start to think for them-
selves they sometimes make sur-
prising statements about life,


religion, politics, etc.


Don't stifle


Chaplain (Lt.) Justin Top
this exploration. Encourage it,
but guide it.
Force them to become
what you want them to be-
come. Sometimes parents try
to relive their life through their
children. Whether in sports, aca-
demics or social life, sometimes
parents put too much pressure on
their children without seeking the
child's input.


Do
*Encourage children to
share feelings, opinions, and
ideas. Foster independence and
self-esteem by creating a safe
environment for them to explore
their thoughts and feelings.
Help them explore ideas
and consequences. Rather
than squashing their ideas, help
them really think things through.
Teach them how to analyze,
understand and apply.
Let them be a child.
Exploring, playing, dreaming,
and pushing boundaries are nor-
mal parts of child development.
As long as they stay within the
behavioral limits you have set, let
them discover the world for them-
selves.
Allow your children to be
people of worth. Your children
need to develop their ability to
live a good life without your help.
If you make them psychologically
dependent on you for every deci-
sion you are hurting their emo-
tional development.
Praise them for thinking
things through on their own.


Even if you don't agree with their
conclusions, congratulate them on
the initiative and encourage them
to continue.
When I was in fourth grade,
I decided I was going to build a
raft. I drew up plans and then
I dragged an old wooden pallet
about a mile to my house to use in
construction of the raft.
When my parents saw the pal-
let and heard my plan, they could
tell that my plan was not going to
work. They could have "put their
foot down" immediately and told
me to "get that piece of junk out
of the garage." They could have
even made fun of my silly ideas.
But instead they let me go with it.
There were some serious problems
with my plan.
Some they let me discover and
others they helped me see. I wish
I could say that I eventually fin-
ished it. I actually realized how
silly my idea was and abandoned
it after a couple of days.
My parents could have told me
that from the beginning, but they
let me figure things out. Rather
than squashing my determination
and enthusiasm, they allowed me
to explore for myself. I will always
be grateful for what that did for
my self confidence.


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Teen Night at base pool
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Officer Christian Fellowship Tuesdays at 6 p.m. at the chapel.
Barracks Bible Study Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in main conference
room with Chaplain Kevin Norton.
NAS Jacksonville Chapel Center
Corner of Birmingham Avenue and Mustin Road
542-3051


Win ACER Netbook
By Kristine Sturkie
NEX Public Affairs

NEX customers have the
chance to win one of 10
ACER Netbooks, valued
at $279.99. From July 12 Sept.
8, NEX customers may register
to win an ACER Netbook by fill-
ing out an entry form located in
participating stores or online at:
www.myNavyExchange.com. No
purchase necessary to win and
only one entry per authorized
patron.
All entries must be received by
midnight Sept. 8. Winners will be
selected in a random drawing on or
about September 24, 2010, at the
Navy Exchange Service Command
(NEXCOM) headquarters.
NEXCOM will notify and verify eli-


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gibility of winners and arrange for
delivery of the prize. NEXCOM will
develop a winners list which will be
available online at www.myNavy-
Exchange.com.
While at the store, sign up your
student for the NEX A-OK Student
Reward Program.
Any eligible full-time student who
has a B-grade point average or bet-
ter, as determined by their school
system, may enter the drawing for
a $5,000, $3,000 $2,000 or $1,000
U.S. savings bond, denominations
at maturity. The next drawing will
be held at the end of August. See
any NEX store associate for details.
Remember, customers receive a
five-cent credit toward their pur-
chase for each eco-friendly reusable
bag used to carry their purchase.


Child-raising solutions

From Fleet and Family Support Center

Learn effective ways to deal with
common parenting challenges
and problems, so that you raise
happy and healthy kids. FFSC work-
shops are free to service members
and their families. Pre-registration is
required at 542-2766.
Parenting with Love and Logic
is for parents of children ages 1-10.
Hours are 1-3 p.m.
Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28
Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23
Active Parenting of Teens is for
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Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24
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NAS Jacksonville

AUTO SKILLS CENTER
Call 542-3227.
Complete auto shop with 22 work
bays
ASE-certified master mechanic
available for assistance
Open Monday, Thu1i-i,. & Fi..ii
12- 8 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. 5
p.m.
FREEDOM LANES
BOWLING CENTER
Call 542-3493.
Wednesday
Free bowling for active duty
11 a.m. 1 p.m.
80 Days of Summer
Now thru Aug. 29
Free give-a-ways
Youth bowlers 17 and younger
receive one free game daily until
5 p.m.
Summer Specials
Wednesday night Color pin
bowling, 5 10 p.m., $2 games
T1mii'--I. night 3 games or $12
hourly lane, 5 10 p.m., free
drink refills on large soft drinks!
Friday night 3 games & shoes, 5
p.m. midnight, $10 per person
Saturday night Extreme bowl-
ing 7 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. -
midnight, $11 per person (all you
can bowl), includes shoes.
THE ZONE COMPLEX
Call 542-3521.
Monday pizza special
$5 for a one-topping 14"
2:30- 9 p.m.
Dine in or take out
Appetizer Frenzy Friday
Half-price appetizers 2 5 p.m.
Dine in or take out
CPO Club Lunch Buffet
T111'-,d.1Iy 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
$7.95 includes beverage
Battle of the Bands Interest
Meeting
July 7 at 7:30 p.m. At the Zone
Open to active duty, reservists,
retirees, dependents, DoD civilian
and DoD contractors.
Winning band to play at NAS Jax
Fall Concert in November!


FITNESS & AQUATICS
Call 542-2930.
Outdoor Pool
Tuesday Saturday 11 a.m. 6
p.m., Sunday 1 5 p.m.
Free for military & DoD civilians,
$3 for guests.
Swim Lessons
Session II July 6 July 16
Session III July 20 July 30
Outdoor pool 8 11 a.m.
Indoor pool 5:30 8 p.m.
$40 military, $45 DOD
Summer Slam One-Pitch Softball
Tournament
July 17 at 8:30 a.m.
McCaffrey Softball Complex
I.T.T. EVENTS
Call 542-3318.
Arabian Nights Vendor Day
June 29, 11 a.m. 2 p.m.
Enter drawing Dinner for two
(No purchase necessary)
NFL Jaguar Tickets on sale July
15
Jaguar cheerleaders will sign
autographs
Section 147 $58.25
Universal Florida Resident
Tickets
1-Day Adult $73
1-Day Child $64
2-Day Adult $86
2-Day Child $76.50
3-Day Adult $90.75
3-Day Child $80.50
1-Day park-to-park Adult $97.25
1-Day park-to-park Child $86.75
2-Day park-to-park Adult $100
2-Day park-to-park Child $90.75
3-Day park-to-park Adult $104.50
3-Day park-to-park Child $94.50
Discovery Cove Orlando
Swim with dolphins, snorkel
through tropical reefs, float along
the windy river and soak up the
sun on the sandy beach...plus get
a free ticket to Sea World, Busch
Gardens Tampa, or Aquatica!
Visit ITT office for dates and
ticket prices
Jacksonville Suns Baseball Club
(Tickets cannot be purchased at
ITT for Saturday games and July
4)
Home plate
Adult $11.50
Child- $10.50
Reserved
Adult- $8.50
Child- $7.50
General Admission


Olympic champion

inspires youths


Photos by Shannon Leonard
Jacksonville native Nancy Hogshead-Makar, a three-time Olympic gold
medalist in swimming, visited NAS Jacksonville June 25 to speak to the
children enrolled in the MWR Youth Summer Camp about teamwork and
achieving goals. In 2000, Sports Illustrated named her Florida's 13th great-
est athlete of the 20th century.


Nancy Hogshead-Makar speaks to children enrolled in the Youth
Activities Summer Camp program at the McCaffrey Softball Complex June
25. This three-time Olympic Gold medalist is featured in 11 halls of fame,
including the National Association for Sports and Physical Education,
International Swimming and Academic American.


Adult- $5.50
Child $4.75
JAX Sharks
July 3, July 30
$22 per person
Veterans Memorial Arena
NASCAR Coke Zero 400 July 3
From The Turns Box $60
(Oldfield/Lockhart)
From The Towers $80
(Keech/DePalma Tower Seat)
All American offer $115
Sprint Fan Zone $25
(pre-race Fanzone pass)
Salute To Military $92
(Keech/DePalma Tower seat, Hat)
(With each Salute to Military
package, $5 is donated to the
Wounded Warrior Project)
NASCAR Subway Jalapeno 250 -
$25 (General Admission)
FCCJ Artist Series
Radio City Christmas Spectacular
starring


The Rockettes
Dec. 4 at 5 p.m.
Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
$72 per person
Adventure Landing
Dry pass $12
Wet pass $20
Combo pass -$32
Summer Waves in Jekyll Island,
Ga. $15 per person
Jacksonville Zoo $11 adult -
$6.50 child
Stone Mountain in Atlanta, Ga. -
$20.75 per person
LIBERTY COVE
RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be
restricted to E1-E6 single or unac-
companied active duty members.
Call 542-3491 for information.
Free Paintball Trip
July 3 at 9 a.m.


Free trip to Jax Beach
Join us for the fireworks show
July 4 at 3 p.m.
NAS JAX GOLF CLUB
Golf course info: 542-3249
Mulligan's info: 542-2936
Military Appreciation Days
$17 per person, includes cart &
green fees
July 6 & 20 for active duty.
July 8 & 22 for retirees & DoD
personnel.
Dog Days of Summer
Monday and Tuesday
$20 per person, includes cart &
green fees
0-CLUB & T-BAR
For information on booking com-
mand or private functions at the
O'Club or T-Bar, call the Officers'
Club main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3:30-7:30 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3:30-
7:30 p.m.
MULBERRY COVE
MARINA
Call 542-3260.
Free kayak & canoe rental
T1hii'-i1.i for active duty
Skipper B Sailing Classes $150
per person
Class #5 July 9, 10, 11, 17, and
18
Class #6 Aug. 6, 7, 8, 14, and 15
Class #7- Sept. 10, 11, 12, 18,
and 19
Class #8 Oct. 1, 2, 3, 9, and 10
Hunter 24' Certification Class
July 8 & 15
August 12 & 19
4 7 p.m., $50 per person
YOUTH CENTER
Call 778-9772.
Martial Arts Class Tang Soo Do
Open to CYP patrons
Monday and T1 '-d1.%y, 5:15 6
p.m.
$40 one-time registration fee/uni-
form fee per child
$50 per month for the first child
$40 per month for each additional
child
Before & After School
Registration
Begins July 26
Fees based on income
Call the Youth Center for more
information.


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The


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Naval Air Station Jacksonville once again.


In a few


weeks, family housing residents will be receiving
the CEL Resident Satisfaction Survey. Balfour Beatty
Communities encourages residents to fill them out
and return them.

By completing and handing surveys in, residents will
qualify for weekly drawings. The top prize includes a
Flat Screen TV.


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program.


performance assessment


Balfour Beatty Communities


ranks


"extremely" satisfied and "very good" a passing grade
on the survey and any score that is less than this is
considered unacceptable.

"We truly strive to exceed our resident's expectations
and hope that every resident enjoyed their home
and the services that we provided" explained Diana
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Communities.

Once residents complete their surveys and seal them
in the postage paid envelopes provided, they can
simply bring it to the Balfour Beatty Communities
Management Office and drop it in the authorized locked
mailbox. Only CEL employees will open the returned
envelopes. Survey results are completely confidential
and anonymous.

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and where there is room for improvement," said heintz,
"It's important for residents to fill them out honestly"



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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 1, 2010 19


NAS JAK SPORTS


Captain's Cup Kickball League forming
Open to all NAS Jax active duty, selective
reservists, command DoD and DoD contractor
personnel. Games play at lunchtime on Mondays
and Wednesdays. Stop by the base gymnasium
for rules and required paperwork to join the league.
Captain's Cup Wiffle Ball League forming
Open to all NAS Jax active duty, command DoD,
DoD contractors and selective reservists. Games
play at 11:15 a.m. and noon on Mondays and
Wednesday. Contact the base gymnasium for
rules and required paperwork to join the league.
Sports officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball,
football, volleyball, and wrestling at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
the NAS Jax Gym at 542-2930/3239.
For more information, call Bill Bonser at
542-2930/3239 or e-mail bill.bonser@navy.
mil.


STANDINGS


Teal
FISC


Greybeard Summer Bask
As of June 24
ms Wins
C 3


NCTS
NOSC
CNATTU
FRCSE
VPU-1



Teams
VP-30


3-on-3 Sand Volleyba
As of June 23
Wins
2


Teams
MWR
SERCC
VP-45 Gold
VP-45 Blue
CNATTU
HS-11
NAVHOSP


Tear
FRC
HSM
NAV
VP-5


Wins
1
1
0
0
0
0
0


Losses
0
1
0
0
1
1
1


Champs


of the


court


Taking home the top spot
at the NAS Jax Captain's
Cup Doubles Racquetball
Tournament June 25
were MU2(SW) Kelly
daCasta and MU2 Jamie
Kaufman of Navy Band
Southeast.


Intramural Summer Basketball
As of June 25
ms Wins Losses
'SE 1 0
1-70 1 0
HOSP 1 0
5 1 0


125FW
AIR OPS
VP-45
HS-11
NAS SUPPLY
RCC
VP-30
VP-8


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Teams
Losses NAVHOSP
0 VP-62
0 AIR OPS
SASD
SCNATTU
2 VP-30
FRCSE
RCC
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TSC
Losses VP-10
0 VR-62


tramural Summer Golf
As of June 24
Wins Losses
2 0
2 0
2 1
2 1
2 1
2 1
1 0
1 1
0 1
0 2
0 3
0 3


Ties


Sweet revenge on the soccer field


From MWR Athletics


CNATTU made a
great run through
the winners brack-
et of the intramural soc-
cer playoffs, starting with
a win in the first round
against VP-30.
VP-30 bounced back
from their first round loss
by winning four straight


games through the losers
bracket. They beat FRCSE
in the losers bracket cham-
pionship, setting up a
rematch with CNATTU.
VP-30 took a 2-0 lead,
yet CNATTU came back to
tie the game, forcing a sud-
den death overtime period.
VP-30 finally won, setting
up the next day's champion-
ship match.


Playing in 90+ degree
heat, VP-30 and CNATTU
were 1-1 until VP-30 scored
two goals in the final five
minutes. With the World
Cup Soccer Tournament
just starting up, it was a
fitting season end, as VP-30
defeated CNATTU twice
to come away as the 2010
NAS Jax intramural soccer
champion.


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20 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 1, 2010


ASK DR. JOE


Check bloodpressure often


By Capt. Joseph McQuade
NH Jax Public Health Director

s we enjoy the glorious summer
months, it's a good time to sharpen
our focus on the big picture of stay-
ing healthy.
Q: Why do healthcare providers
always check and recheck our blood
pressure when we come in to see
them?
Whenever I see a patient at our clinic, I
always check blood pressure. Hypertension,
also known as high blood pressure, causes
one in six deaths among American adults
- a rate that rose 25 percent over the past
decade and now represents the largest
single risk factor for cardiovascular mor-
tality.
President Franklin Roosevelt died from
uncontrolled high blood pressure at the
early age of 62. That so many Americans
are at grave risk from not controlling their
blood pressure should cause everyone to
pause for a moment and consider how well
their blood pressure is controlled.
High blood pressure has become a
"neglected" disease, not given the atten-
tion it deserves despite the simplicity of
diagnosis, treatment, and prevention on a
patient-by-patient basis. Simply stated, we
ingest too much salt. That is the opinion of
a group of scientists working with the U.S.
Institute of Medicine.
Our priority should be population-level
reductions in salt intake, which will call
for involvement by government and institu-
tions at the state and local level as well as
in Washington, they said.
"Every jurisdiction should immediately
begin to consider developing a portfolio of
strategies aimed at reducing dietary sodi-
um intake in their population," they wrote.
Their report also called for other changes


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in the health environment as keys to popu-
lation-based success:
Increased potassium intake (only 2
percent of adults get the recommended 4.7
g per day). Watermelon, cantaloupe and
bananas are all good sources of potassium.
Greater physician adherence to hyper-
tension screening and treatment guide-
lines. Ask your doctor if your blood pres-
sure is well controlled. Get it down less
than 130/80.
Leveraging community health worker
programs to include hypertension preven-
tion and control. People need to understand
the benefits of walking every night and get-
ting rid of their salt shakers.
*Reducing the cost of antihypertensive
medications to increase adherence to treat-
ment by working with the private sector.
Greater funding for population-based
efforts and interventions. The need for
everyone to know about salt reduction,
weight control and exercise is an important
step to take.
One study projected that cutting back on
daily salt intake by 3 grams (roughly 30
percent), would prevent tens of thousands
of strokes and heart attacks each year,
while even a 1 gram reduction would be
more cost-effective than treatment with the
least expensive blood pressure medication.
Nearly 90 percent of Americans get more
than the recommended 2.4 grams of sodi-
um per day (the equivalent of 6 grams of
salt), the report noted.
Part of the problem is that "the large
majority of sodium in the U.S. food supply
is added in processing and manufactur-
ing of foods, and a large and increasing
amount is used in the fast food industry."
So watch out for the extra salt. It may be
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 1, 2010 21


THIS WEEK IN NAVAL HISTORY


From Naval History &
Heritage Command


July 2
1923 Commissioning of
Naval Research Laboratory,
Washington, DC.
1926 Distinguished
Flying Cross authorized by
Congress.
1937 Amelia Earhart
disappears in Pacific. Navy
conducts extensive unsuc-
cessful search.
1945 USS Barb (SS-220)
bombards Japanese instal-
lations on Kaihyo Island,
Japan; first successful use
of rockets against shore
positions.
1946 Establishment
of VX-3 (Air Test and
Evaluation Squadron) to
evaluate adaptability of
helicopters to naval pur-
poses.
1950 USS Juneau (CL-
119) and two British ships
sink five of six attacking
North Korean torpedo boats
and gunboats.
1967 During Operation
Bear Claw, 7th Fleet
Amphibious Force con-
ducts helicopter assault
12 miles inland at Con
Thien in eastern Quang Tn
Province.
July 3
1898 At Battle of
Santiago, Cuba, Rear
Adm. Sampson's squadron
destroys Spanish fleet.
1950 USS Valley Forge
(CV-45) and HMS Triumph
participate in first carrier
action of Korean Conflict.
VF-51 aircraft shoot down
two North Korean aircraft.
The action is first combat
test of F9F Panther and AD
Skyraider.
July 4
1776 American colonies
declare their independence
from Great Britain
1777 John Paul Jones
hoists first Stars and
Stripes flag on Ranger at

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Boxer.
1863 Confederate sur-
render of Vicksburg, Miss.,
gives Union forces control of
Mississippi River.
July 5
1814 Sloop-of-war
Peacock captures British
Stranger, Venus, Adiona,
and Fortitude.
1815 Commodore
Stephen Decatur's squad-
ron arrives at Tripoli to
collect reparations for sei-
zure of American merchant
ships in violation of Treaty
of 1805.
July 6
1747 Birth of John
Paul Jones at Arbigland,
Scotland.
1898 Armed Auxiliary
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Kula Gulf results in loss
of two Japanese destroyers
and USS Helena.
1976 First women enter
U.S. Naval Academy.
July 7
1798 Congress rescinds
treaties with France; Quasi
War begins with U.S. frig-
ate Delaware capturing
French privateer, Croyable.
1846 Commodore John
Sloat lands at Monterey and
claims California for U.S.
1916 Thomas Edison
becomes head of Naval
Consulting Board which
screens inventions for use
by the Navy.
1948 First six enlisted
women sworn into regular
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past the USS Valley Forge
(CV-45) in 1948. Two years
later, Valley Forge would
participate in the first car-
rier action of the Korean
Conflict.
Marchal, Chief Yeoman;
Frances Teresa Dovaney,
Storekeeper, Second
Class; Edna Earle Young,
Yeoman, Second Class;
Doris Roberta Robertson,
Teleman, Second Class;
and Ruth Flora, Hospital
Corpsman, First Class.
July 8
1778 Allied French fleet
under Comte d'Estaing
arrives in America.
1853 Commodore
Matthew Perry sails his
squadron into Tokyo Bay.
1879 USS Jeannette
departs San Francisco to
explore Arctic.
1944 Naval bombard-
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gleaming hrdwd flrs,
new ch&a & windows,
only $119,500 904-699-7825


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Argyle
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FOR

SALE
Fleming Island- 3br/2ba
Townhome on the water
FSBO $245,000 obo
904-215-2357/ 904-207-8602

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Black Hammock Isl., Jax
Nassau River 3BR/2.5BA
total 2400sf, incl. 453sf
sports bar, gar and pool,
Irg dock w/dbl 10k lifts
Motivated asking $625K
Call Bingemann Realty
Sales Inc. 904-945-3265




, CONDO 2/2 Like
new, pond view,
nl/ 8sq, appis stay,
downstairs unit, furn.
included w/acceptable
offer. $ 7 4 9 0 0 .
904-509-0534


Emanuel County
546 Acres @ $1,232/Ac
Just West of
Savannah
Long Ohoopee
River Frontage
Planted Pines,
Lots of Hardwoods
Hunters Paradise
Call Owner
478-477-1000





For Sale By Owner beau-
tiful 3/2 Doublewide only
$1400.00 and low monthly
payments call Sandy
904-781-0441


$129K; 125ft Frontage
rental income $159K:
Call Jo 904-814-6915





5 & 10 ACRE FARMS
Located in So. Ga.
near Waycross
smaller parcels avail.
Owner financing
Call 912-285-7516 or
912-288-1939 or
hbland.com


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Homes Furnished
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Mobile Home Lots
Roommates
Rooms to Rent
Beach Home Rentals
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St. Johns Wanted to Rent


ARLINGTON Adobe Apts
Affordable & Cozy. Studio
$399mo. 1 br/1lba $450mo.
745-0450 1110 Caliente Dr.
S-95 & UNIV BLVD
1 & 2br, residential area
across from schools,
$495 & $595mo 904-349-8706
MURRAY HILL-
Special 1/1 $485mo. only 1/2
rent 1st & 2nd month.
FrpI, new carpet, appis,
w/d hkup. Large yard.
No pets 904-406-9544
NORTHSIDE-Lrg 1, 2, 3BR TH
carpet, blinds, water &
sewer incl. Laundry fac.
HUD OK Call 768-9964

Southside- ***Special***
2BR/1.5BA apt. $600mo.
Only 1/2 1st & 2nd mo.
Open Mon-Fri, 11a-5p
Sun, 11a-2p. Call 733-0731
Se Habla Espanol
St. Johns / CR210 2br/2.5ba
Twnhm 1 car gar, gated,
amenities $825mo
904-386-6785


DOWNTOWN CONDO
Furnished w/city & river
views. Includes water,
24 hr sec, concierge, w/d
& pets. $675 per Mth.
Call (904) 465-6605
Fleming Island Planta-
tion TH close to pool/GC
+ament cntr. $950/mo.
$200 off 1st/2nd month w/
yr lease. 904-955-4904/
904-386-5805
Riverside- 1661 Riverside
outstanding 2007 top
floor condo 2/2,
river/downtown view
http ://www.pdone.info/valen
cia/1661 riverside.html
$1500mo 904-384-4580



Eagle Harbor Exec.
Lagoon Home; 4/5BR, 3
bath; 1900/month;
includes lawn and pest
service; Avail. 7/5/10;
955-7175 or 742-4052
Green Cove Springs 3/3, 2
car garage with pasture
$1500 mo. call for more
information 904-838-5192
MANDARIN/Windemere-
3/2, 1600sf, 2 car gar, scrn
porch, fam rm, fnc bk yd,
avail 7/1,NO PETS. $1200mo
+ sec. call 904-923-2214


NEJax Conv to Mayport,
Airport, Rivercity & 1-95
Approx. 2400sf, 4/3,
Corien tops, tile firs New
Berlin Elem & 1st. Coast
HS. $1495mo. 1 mo. Free
w/12mo. Lease 504-8290
Northside 3/1 $492mo, RTO
$337/$437mo Handyman
Special. PV Beach 2/2
$796mo 904-786-3142
Oakleaf Plantation 3br2ba
approx 1600sf 2 car gar,
$1200mo+sec. dep. For
more info 904-237-7392
Oceanway 3/1.5, walk to
mag. schls, remodeled,
beaut., clean, e/i kit
$850mo. 904-304-4813
ORANGE PK- Nice home,
3 BR, 2 BA, exc location,
corner lot. $1100/mo.
904-716-3719
Orange Park 4br/3.5bth,
1 year min. fenced yrd,
gated, 9 mi to NAS. Call
Beth 904-945-3122, 383-0021
Ortega near NAS Jax 2/1
with bonus rm., fenced
yard, carport, W/D
hookup. $675/month. Call
386-546-3969


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SOUTHSIDE
Remodeled 3BR/1BA,
over 1300sf, carport,
fireplace, large
screened room & shed,
huge fenced yard, all
appliances. $850mo
+dep. 407-474-2878

St. Johns/JCP 5/3.5, 3150sf,
2 car gar, lots of ameni-
ties, pond, corner lot
$1850mo 904-386-6785
SNORTHSIDE PCS
3/2 $1250. Victoria
Lakes, Large
fenced yard, water
view, community pool,
playground, 20min's to
Mayport. Call Shelley
904-254-2773
PCS $975m. Close
to boat ramp,
L 30mins to NAS Jax
3/2 2cg, priv. fncd
bkyd, great for sm. fam-
ily or single person.
904-616-5055
PCS FSBO Orange
Park $218,500. Holly
2 Point Rd. 4/3.5,
2440sf, lovely brick
ranch, waterfront view
904-318-8384

SPCS G,C,S30min
to NAS JAX. Close
to boat ramp. 3/2,


Westside- Beautiful block 4/2
w/gar, 1900sf, fncd yrd,
5741 Tempest $1195mo
Call Angelo 626-4200
Westside- 2 & 3BR Homes
low dep, no credit
check, CH&A, no pets
$550mo & up 762-9408



NORTHSIDE
DEPOSIT FROM $395
1 & 2 BR monthly
904-766-6986

Beautiful Two & Three
bedroom M.H. for rent
or you can Rent To Own
call now and get
THREE months free
rent call Sandy @
904-695-0080.

MANAGER'S SPECIAL
For Rent Two & Three
bedroom mobile homes
Move-in now and pay
NO DEPOSIT. Hurry
only a few left. Call:
Sandy@ 904-695-2255

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ARLINGTON /W'side
N'side Furn, ph, TV w/d,
ch&a $100-$130wk 838-4587

Furn'd Bdrm, priv
bath Mandarin
$500m. incid util's,
cbl, wifi, w/d, pool,
904-509-0534






St. Augustine Beach
Furnished 2br/2ba condo
oceanfront or poolside,
2 pools, WI-FI, HBO,
826 A1A Beach Blvd
904-471-1217
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SALE


Indian Springs 2150 Pecos
Way, 4/2, 2000+sf new
AC, paint, roof, plumb-
ing $215K, 904-535-3982





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Better then new 2143 sf
4/3 pool home + sepa-
rate office in Julington
Creek Plantation. A
rated schools nearby,
new community GYM,
and much more. Pool is
less then 1 year old
paver deck & water fall. A Beautiful Cleared Lot
$299,900. Call 904-962-8580
for further info. High and Dry
Approximately One Acre
SStocked Spring Fed Pond
A Bring Your Fishing Pole

FORg MLS# 492816

FOR CIPMb

SALE Island Realty, Inc.
A 4BR concrete block, 904-215-2910
huge lot, ceramic tile www.island-realty.info
floors, $75K 904-612-0830



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Apply within
215 Osceola St., 32204
Mon-Fri 9:30am-4pm
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20 positions to fill
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train. $500-$700 to Start.
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REP
$45k $80k+ YR
Local distributor for a 57
year old International
Company in pollution
control has immediate
sales positions for 5
reps. If you are begin-
ning your sales career &
are personable, aggres-
sive & self motivated,
your first year income
should exceed:
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income should exceed:
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Qualified candidates will
enioy extensive training,
highest industry com-
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bonus plans.
Call Harold, 680-0577 or
email your resume
hrdept@abmrktg.com,
or fax your resume to
904-268-3170.


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& Kenmore COLDS-
POT Refrigerator
20.2cu.ft., bik, top
freezer, like new
$300. 904-298-1555
4 ,28' JENAIR Side by
side Refrigerator
stainless, ice wtr in
dr, great cond.,
$4000bo. 912-882-5902



,A C E R N B
COMPUTER Win-
dows XP, Office
2003. All kinds of
extras, wireless
mouse/external DVD/CD
Burner incl. $250. Call
349-7063




COMM UUNITY
HOSPICE
THRIFT SHOP
10771-406 Beach Blvd.
Christmas in July
Sale starts July 1st all
Christmas items will
be 1/2 price. 998-1718





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MATTRESS
LIQUIDATION
Everything Must Go!! "
King Set $150 |
Queen Set $75
Full Set $75
Orange PPark 644- 0498
Jax Beach 554-9018

Bdrm SET 5-PC CHERRY
MUST SELL. $250
(904) 644-0498

BED A BARGA IN
New Queen Pillowtop
L Sets $85 365-0957 J

A CHINA Cab. lighted
American of Mar-
tinsvil e, dark wd
gorgeous Fillegree
over glass drs. $225.
904-220-7886
E Entertainment Ctr
912-673-696dark wd, $12af00.
912-673-6965 after 5p


Emploment Sales


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Sealy QUeen Size
memory foam mattress
10" thick, never used,
still in fact. pkg, cost
$2,000 must sell $400cash
904-314-3983
Living room set,
sofa, reclining love
seat, recliner all
leather. Coctail tbi,
2 end this, will separate
904-524-9264



BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



FILL DIRT
CHEAP!!!
Call David at: 382-2658



FILL DIRT
CHEAP!!!
Call David at: 382-2658
Lowery Organ with
books. $1,000. Rainbow
vacuum system $800.
Call 904-778-7892
N ASCAR Dale
Earnhart Sr. All
t kinds as pkg or
separate. Pine wood
cntrtop tbi/chrs New
$300. File cab. $15.00.
Storm door $15.00.
904-529-8263
Woodsend Bunk
Bed w/mattress
dresser $400.
Pull-out cot w/mat-
tress underbed $30. Love
seat beige $30. 220-2234
AWWII Aviation vid-
Seos. VHS (26). Exc.
Lers In The Sky"
series. $60 nego.
912-510-7104 Iv msg



GOLF CLUBS
Wilson Ultra's
3-PW, 3-5-Driver,
Putter bag $100.
Used 3x's still like new.
Other asst. clubs.
771-0365
, GOLF CLUBS
Wilson Ultra's
3-PW, 3-5-Driver,
Putter bag $100.
Used 3x's still like new.
Other asst. clubs.
771 -0365
4, New set of Golf
Clubs Tommy
Armour woods 394
Hybreds Irons 5
thru PU $160. Walt
778-9167



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Animals Wanted



DOBERMAN PUPPIES-
2 black females, red
female and red male 11
wks ears and tails
docked, $1,000 each. Call
229-247-5493


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Adorable puppy sale $499
and up. Beagle/l Malt,
Brussels, Pekashons,
Poodles, Labradoodles,
and Chihuahuas.
PetWorld 262-4646
Petworldpets.com
Mini Australian Shep-
herd-10lwks black-tri,
ASDR PM/F, H/C 449-2699
BOXER PUPS AKC resist
fawn & flashy, POP,
S&W, 25min N. of Jax
Airport. 912-552-2031
BOXER PUPS
9wks, 2 Females, hith
certs, $500. 904-568-0223
COCKER PUPPIES CKC
Tri Color 9 wks, S&W,
HC $350-$375 call
305-3426 can email pics
Cocker puppies CKC Tri
Color 9 wks, S&W, HC
$350-$375 call 305-3426
can e-mail pics
English Bulldog AKC
14wk puppy, vet checked
$1000 904-786-9212
German Sheperd puppies.
for sale. Full Blooded
initial shots and health
certificate $350.00
783-8484
Labs AKC Hith cert. $350
7 males, 3 females. 9
yellow, 1blk. 850-973-7487
MINI DACHSHUNDS,
AKC, 3 M, S/H. $200.00
EACH. 904- 374- 3091 go
to WWW.ROBINSD-
ACHSHUNDNEST.COM
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ese, Mini Dachshunds,
and Peek-a-poos
(91 2 ) 4 2 2 3 9 8 2
www.walkerkennel.com
Pitbull Puppies 9wk, 3g
$125, lb $300 obo, shots,
Wolf 904-303-0929
POM PUPS 9 weeks, hith
cert., males $400-$550.


Poodle, Yorkie Poo, Shih
Tzu, Shih-Poo, Pug &
Chihuahua Pups. Small,
cute. Cash only
904-721-5253, 904-923-7535
Rat Terrier Pups UKCI,
many colors $350-$450.
www.mccartysratterriers.com
SHIH-TZU PUPPIES-
POP, shots, hith certifi-
cates. 2 fern, 4 males,
$350. Lynn 904-504-3075
White English/American
Bulldogs -- 6wks old--
s&w-- 5 males/4 females
$200 912-282-8948


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AUGUSTINE LIQUIDATION
SALE! 2001 JAYCOO EAGLE
5TH WHEEL BEST FLOOR
PLAN LOWPAYMENTS AWESOME
FLOOR PLAN $13,9991-866-414- 6945
CAMPING WORLD OF ST
( AUGUSTINE LIQUIDATION
SALE! 2002 CARDINAL 5TH
WHEELTOTAL LUXURY


115% DISCOUNT FOR ACTIVE MILITARY ON PARTS
1 1 WHEN YOU HAVE $100 OR MORE IN REPAIRS


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KEYBUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


CADILLAC-SAA OF
ORANGE PARK
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
www.cadillacolforangepark.com

CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 SouthsideBlvd. 642-5111
www.claudenolan.com


1955 Chevy 3100 Pick Up
Truck. Fully restored
original truck, red/
creme, 4 speed manual,
six cylinder, oak with
stainless steel strips in
bed, pristine condition
$18,000. 904-707-7014
1985 Pontiac Firebird TA,
1 owner, very nice, Red,
Low mi., Ltd Ed.
904-327-1097
1989 Mercedes SEL 560
Classic Luxury Every
option and all work
904-282-4170. $6500


AUDI A4 Convertible 2003
black w/tan, exc cond.
MUST SEE! lOOkmi,
$9500. obo. 216-240-3529
Buick Lesabre LS "96 Exc
cond., white, cold AC,
all power, low miles,
$2500. 904-573-2778
CAMPING WORLD OF
ST. AUG., LIQUDATION
SALE!,LOWEST PRICES,
BEST DEALS, DON'T
BUY TIL YOU SHOP CAMPING
WORLD Call 1-866-414- 6945
SCamping World of St
Augustine, liquidation
sale, Winnebago class c
special purchase!
2008-2009 priced from only
$34,999! Best deals, 8 to
choose 1-866-414- 6945
Camping World of St
Aug, liquidation sale!
Over 50 pre owned fifth
wheels and towables
ready for immediate delivery
best selection and all on sale
Call TODAY 1-866-414- 6945
Chrysler PT Cruiser "08
A/C PWR Window/Locks
AM/FM/CD Black 23,000
m i les $9,500.00
904-201-3448
Mercury Grand Marquis.
1989 Many new parts
and upgrades $2500.
904-466-3860
SAAB '07 9.5 Turbo Sedan
w/Moonroof. Fully
equipped, auto, Xenon,
rain sensing wipers, 6
disc CD, cruise, OnStar,
Phone 36k miles Silver
Meta llic $17,500
1-904-278-7123
, MERCEDES '72,
2dr, HT, pearl,
250C, 6cyl, gas,
trade for sin. truck
equal value. No tag, p.u.
at home. 912-729-2973
TOYOTA CAMRY '99
White, good cond. $5000
Call 904-771-9607
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,. 2004 ISUZU 14" Box
truck 51kmi, 4cyl,
turbo diesel, good
cond. $12,000.
912-673-7995
Pontiac Montana 200 Van
Cold AC, tow pkg, chair/
scooter lift, w/Ledgend
scooter $6500. 904-573-2778
Toyota Tundra Crew Cab
05 78k miles. Auto, tow
package. cloth int, sil-
ver, $13,900. 735-7254

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ATLANTlC DODGE
www.atlanticjeep.com
2330 US1 South 3544421

JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A&BAYMEADOWS. 4930000

ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500


NCK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 373, Fem Bch.
1-800-228-7454
www.rickkeffer.com









PA.LL RKFORDMIBCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee)
225-3673
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 8544826
DUVAL HONDA
1325 CassatAve. 899-1900
LOU SOBH HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300


KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-060


ATLANTIC INRNmfl
10980 Atlantic Blvd 642-0200


ATLANTIC JEEP
www.atlanticjeep.com
2330 US 1 South 354-4421

JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A& BAYMEADOWS. 4930000
RCK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 373, Fem Bch.
1-800-228-7454
www.rickkeffer.com








KIA OF ORANGE PARK
6373 Blanding Blvd.
771-6078








LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000
LEXUS OF ORANGE PARK
7040 Blanding Blvd. 777-5100
www.lexusoforangepark.com









NORTH FLORIDA
UNCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd.
642-4100
MIKE SHAD FORD
LINCOLN MERCURY
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673






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MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF

1810 Cassat Ave.
389-3621



SUZUKI


BENNETT SUZUKI
230 Kenneth Gay Dr.
Kingsland GA
912-882-7818
www.bennettsuzuki.com





SUBARU OF ORANGE PARK
6999 Blanding Blvd. 777-1800






KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle.
771-9100
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561





O'STEEN VOLKSWAGEN
11401 Philips Hwy. 322-5100






O'STEEN VOLVO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



OT LEASING
Coumnm l Leaing Snme lE
2810 St. Augustine Rd.
398-5000
www.gUteasing.com


S0 11- PROFESSIONAL
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantc Blvd. 724-1080 10231 Atlantic Bvd. 722-1694
MERCEDES BENZ
of ORANGE PARK
7018 Blanding Blvd. 777-5900


AUTO LINE
A Family owned
Business
autolinepreowned.com
2126 MayportRd., Atlantic
Beach
904-242-8000

AUTOS
BEACH BLVD.
AUTOMOTIVE
Family Owned Since 1967
beachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd.
7243511

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

LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
PRE-OWNED CENTER
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

O'STEEN VW CERTIFIED
PRE-OWNED CENTER
11401 Philips Hwy.
322-5100

WORLD IMPORTS
CERTIFIED
PRE-OWNED AUTO
CENTER
www.worldimportsusa.com
11650 BEACH BLVD.
998-9992

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EVERY SATURDAY
INTHE
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Navy

Classified

Ads


THE FLEET

MARKET Rank/Grade:

Name (please print):
ADVERTISING


RULES

Please fill out
this form in
black or blue ink.


DEADLINES


JAX AIR

NEWS



Noon

Monday


Work Phone #


1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military
personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville.
2. Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by the publisher to help
qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as
sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage
sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
ANIMAL OR PET ADS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF THE ANIMALS ARE OFFERED
FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL
BE LIMITED TO ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED
INDIVIDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR "OFFICIALLY
REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE-
MENTS IN THE BODY OF THE AD OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED.
3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written
independent of other information contained on this form.
4. Ads received after the above time will run in the following week's issue.
5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Bldg.
1, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News, One
Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202


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6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above
requirements will be billed. The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
original form.
Select the number of weeks ad is to run: 1 1 wk U 2 wks Q 3 wks U 4 wks
To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News.
NOTE: (1) This form must be clipped (not torn) along the outside border. (2) No more than
one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two free ads per family, per
week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.

Category:


One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202


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SPhysica Therapist, Reg.
Respiratory Therapists and
RN's needed for, newly
expanded, 50-bed LTACH

in Columbus, GA.

Excellent benefits and
competitive salary.

Call Melissa Lassiter at:
(706) 321-6711
or email resume to:
melissa. lassiter@crhs. net









We Value Your Military Experience





*7.8 Billion


The economic impact of the

military in Northeast Florida

and Southeast Georgia is

L7.8 billion.

Local businesses benefit from the military and civilian personnel who
buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them
know what your business has to offer by advertising in one or all of
the military publications distributed at the local bases in the area.


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1999 FOUR WHEELER
300 Honda, low miles,
perfect condition.
$2495. Call 904-284-7303
Honda Shadow Aero 750
05 Red, chrome, Mus-
tang seat, It bar & wind-
shield $3400. 352-745-0030
Honda Shadow Spirit 2006
750cc exc cond. blk, low
mi $4500 obo 216-240-3529
|Shadow Aero 750c
black, low mi's,
exc. cond. $5000obo.
912-573-4718
H.D. V-Rod '03-
Anniv. edt. only
3300mi's, orig. cond,
always gar. +
extras. $9500. 904-349-5573
4, SUZUKI 805
T Merado 2cyl, VZ
'01, saddle bags,
windshId, $3800.
2800mi's. 912-729-2973
1, 2008 KAWASAKI
ZZR600 2123mi's &
clear title incl's ext.
warr. exp's 12/28/12
Extras!! $4500. 783-3416
YAMAHA V-STAR 1100
CRUISER '07. Low
miles, $5,800 phone
(904) 491-8728


4 each polished
aluminum rims fit
Chevy 16" 8 Lug
x6.5" center pcs &
lug nuts incl. $150.
912-729-6454
3/4 Ton Chevy
Differential 10.5"
ring gear 4.10 fits
1973-1991 $300.
912-729-6454




1900-1972 Classic Cars
wanted. 1 car or a col-
lection. Please contact
Jason 904-505-6649 or


20 out of a 100




The military community makes up 20 percent of the total

population for Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.

That means that 20 out of every 100 people you meet are

somehow connected with the military.



Get your message to them by advertising in one or all of

the publications distributed at the local bases in the area.




For advertising information,

call 904-359-4336,

Fax 904-366-6230.


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NIMNICHT CHEVY
1550 Cassat Ave.
425-6312
www.nimnichtchevy.com

JERRY HAMMCHEV
3494 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
www.jerryhamm.com






ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
www.atlanticjeep.com
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A&BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 373, Fem Bch.
1-800-228-7454
www.rickkeffer.com


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