Secretary of the
SNavy tours NAS Jax
By MC2(SW) lacob Sipoel
Photo by CS2 Sylvia Morris
Lt. Rick Padilla (right) and AWR1 Wes Goodwin (center), both of HSM-70, explain the mission
of the squadron and the MH-60R helicopter to Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for
Environment Don Schregardus.
and CS2 Sylvia Morris
The Honorable Donald Schregardus,
deputy assistant secretary of the
Navy for environment, recently
toured bases in Navy Region Southeast
area to evaluate environmental issues
Schregardus is the principal policy advi-
sor on environmental programs, includ-
ing conservation of natural and cultural
resources, compliance with environmental
laws and regulations, cleanup of contami-
nated sites and programs for pollution pre-
He toured the Jacksonville tri-base area
July 7-9, making stops at NS Mayport,
NAS Jacksonville and NSB Kings Bay, Ga.
"I understand the critical nature of the
activities that are done in this area and
there are a number of important environ-
mental issues that have come up down
here," said Schregardus. "I've been able to
tour and see first-hand these facilities and
assess the circumstances."
At NAS Jacksonville, Schregardus was
welcomed by Commanding Officer Capt.
Jeffrey Maclay. "It's an honor to host
Deputy Assistant Secretary Schregardus
and learn from his 25 years of service with
federal and state environmental protection
agencies. Our base environmental special-
ists look forward to discussing pollution
prevention measures, as well as our com-
mitment to conserving natural resources,"
NAS Jacksonville Environmental
Department Director Kevin Gartland led
See TOUR, Page 12
'Dusty Dogs' help mark French naval aviation milestone
By Lt. j.g. Lauren Cole
After a four-day port visit to
Marseille, France in mid-
A une with the aircraft car-
rier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN
75), aircrew from the "Dusty Dogs"
of HS-7 flew to Hyres, France to
participate in a multi-national air
The Dusty Dogs' SH-60F
Seahawk helicopter joined sev-
eral other aircraft from Carrier
Air Wing Three, including F/A-18
Hornets, an E-2C Hawkeye, a C-2
Greyhound and an EA-6B Prowler
- all in support of a multi-national
celebration of the 100th anniver-
sary of French Naval Aviation.
The celebration featured military
and civilian aerial performances, as
well as static displays from sever-
al European nations and America.
The air show was one of the larg-
est in the country and attracted
an estimated crowd of more than
HS-7, the only helicopter squad-
ron embarked aboard the Truman,
sponsored a static display at the
airfield. Pilots Lt. James Sullivan
and Lt. Ryan Klamper, along with
aircrew AW2 Johnny Garcia and
AW2 Justin Dove, and maintain-
ers AMAN Matthew Patterson and
... . . .---- -- I
Photo by Lt. j.g. Lauren Cole
At the celebration of the centennial anniversary of French Naval Aviation, HS-7 Aircrewmen AW2 Johnny Garcia
and AW2 Justin Dove (center) stand with pilots from the French 5th Helicopter Regiment, that nation's first
squadron to fly the "Tigre" attack helicopter.
AM1 Robert Meyer answered ques- "Participating in a multi-national were literally thousands of people
tions about the aircraft and sold air show was a great opportunity. I who wanted to ask questions and
squadron memorabilia. Visitors was proud to represent our squad- have their pictures taken in the
explored the Seahawk's cabin and ron to so many people excited about cockpit."
cockpit and took pictures in the the Dusty Dogs and interested in "Everyone wanted a patch," said
pilot seats. our airframe," said Sullivan. "There Garcia. "We sold out, but it made a
An SH-60F Seahawk assigned to
HS-7 lands at Hyers Airfield in
France in support of the cente-
nial celebration of French Naval
lot of money for the squadron."
The aircrew and maintainers
attended a banquet commemorat-
ing the centennial anniversary of
French Naval Aviation and social-
ized with other air show partici-
pants from France, England and
The crew departed France after
the air show and returned to the
Truman. "It was a pretty cool expe-
rience to get to see all of the other
countries there and to check out
what they fly," said Garcia.
HS-7 is currently embarked
aboard the USS Harry S. Truman
supporting contingency operations
in the 5th Fleet area of responsibil-
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Fire Chief Don Martin, MWR Program
Director John Bushick and NAS Jax Safety
Office Ron Williams joined NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay
and Executive Officer Capt. Robert
Sanders July 1 to unveil a banner at the
Yorktown gate celebrating the installa-
tion's 70th year of service.
The celebration will culminate Oct.
23 and 24 with the NAS Jax Air Show
featuring the Blue Angels Navy Flight
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Looking back to 1943...
U.S. Navy photo
A Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina "flying boat" is anchored in the St. Johns River near the seaplane ramp at NAS
Jacksonville. In their role as patrol aircraft, Catalinas participated in some of the most notable engagements of World
War II. PBYs were also used extensively as submarine hunters in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters.
Wanted: One immortal coffee mug
By Sarah Smiley
Add a ceramic coffee mug with
a poorly printed image of the
Padres' stadium in San Diego
to the list of things that have almost
destroyed our family.
In case you are keeping track, the
tally looks something like this:
A Star Wars Tatooine Skiff that
everyone wanted and no one was will-
ing to give as a Christmas gift, and
which now sits broken in pieces at
the bottom of a toy chest, even after
I learned that in its opened box, the
skiff is worth the price of a small car.
The time that Lindell erased his
brothers' progress on Super Mario
Bros. Wii, and it seemed like the
entire world had spun off its axis.
The Padres' mug that I despise
with the energy and fervor usual-
ly reserved for child molesters and
We were planning a garage sale.
Ever since relocating to Maine two
years ago, we have kept a storage unit
filled with all the boxes and knick-
knacks I was too exhausted (and
scared) to go through before.
Now it was time to purge. The
portable storage pod seemed like a
time capsule of our last few weeks in
Florida. It was almost as if the fight
Dustin and I had about packing the
boxes too carelessly was preserved
within the walls. Its memory billowed
out along with the smell of plywood,
stored antiques and cardboard. On
a bright, sunny Saturday morning, I
opened the door of the pod, breathed
in the smell, and was instantly mad at
But there was no time. Garage sale
shoppers were already lining up on
the driveway. I dragged out boxes of
forgotten toys, baby items, and wed-
ding gifts (tip: the cup and saucer
sets that come with a place setting
of china are totally worthless; regis-
ter for a lawn mower instead). One of
the boxes was filled with coffee mugs.
There is only one person in our family
who drinks coffee, and he only drinks
it on Saturday. Therefore, one mug, in
theory, should suffice. I put the other
24 mugs on the sidewalk to sell.
Enter Dustin, the rescuer. By that I
mean, he cannot bear to see the Water
Pik flosser we've never used leave in
the arms of another soul. During a
garage sale, while I dicker with shop-
pers, Dustin runs around snatching
items from people's hands and plead-
ing with me about the usefulness of
the broken hedge trimmer he was sup-
posed to fix five years ago. He even
rescues things not in the garage sale.
Shoes are the hardest for him to part
with. He has about eight pairs of ath-
letic shoes with varying degrees of
grass stains on them, and all with a
different purpose: "I wear the blue
ones to cut the grass. I wear the Nikes
when I take the boys fishing. I wear
the ones that my toes stick out of
when I'm playing football in the back-
yard and there is a 30-percent chance
of rain. I wear the black ones when
the chance of rain reaches 70-per-
cent." I have never known Dustin to
throw or give away shoes when he
buys a new pair. He just keeps them
on life support and adds them to the
There is one pair of shoes in par-
ticular that Dustin has rescued on
multiple occasions. The heels are
completely rubbed bare, the sole is
separating from the fabric, and the
insides smell like hot garbage. I threw
them in the trash while Dustin was
at work, and for weeks I thought
the shoes were finally gone. About a
month later, I opened the bottom of
our corner cupboard and saw them
there, like a hand reaching out of a
grave. I shrieked at the sight.
Back to the garage sale. I went
inside to get a drink and saw several
of the doomed coffee mugs sitting on
the kitchen counter. I took them back
outside to sell. Hours later, they were
inside again, this time hidden in the
cupboard. I threw them in the trash.
Dustin rescued the Padres' one. I put
it out on the driveway. Dustin, who
had grown panicked and presumably
exhausted from all his search and res-
cue missions, turned to Owen, 7, and
said, "Owen, please; don't you want
to keep this coffee mug in your room?
You could put pencils in it or some-
thing." Owen looked at Dustin, then
at me. He grabbed the mug and ran
cowering to his room with it.
I followed Owen, took the mug, and
brought it back outside. With my eyes
nearly popping out of my head and
sweat pouring down my temples, I
lifted the mug above my head and
said to Dustin, "I have never hated a
coffee mug so much in my life. I want
to smash this all over the driveway."
"Sarah, it's just a mug," Dustin said.
He looked scared.
Customers scurried to their cars.
I found the coffee mug in our pan-
try this morning. I am tempted to
throw it away. But let's be real. Like
Dustin's shoes, it's probably immortal.
And I'm afraid to think which "grave"
it might climb out of later.
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GMSN ARY DONE
Navy Munitions Command
Hometown: Columbus, Ga.
Favorite duty station/
Why? NAS Jacksonville, my
first permanent duty station.
Last book read: Blue Jacket Manual
Favorite pastime: Spending time with my
wife and kids.
Who is your hero? My Mom.
Hometown: Trenton, N.J.
Favorite duty station?
Working at the NAS Jax
Favorite pastime: Going to Las Vegas.
Most Interesting Experience: Receiving
a shadow box from my CPOs on their
Who is your hero? My oldest sister.
Hey, MoneyChic: I received a notice from my credit card
company saying that I needed to sign up for an option to "opt
in" if I wanted to continue to using my card as it works now.
I don't want my card to change why would they have me
sign an agreement to keep things the same?
MoneyChic says: The language on your mailing seems a
bit misleading to me. Let me fill you in on the new Federal
Reserve rules that take effect Aug. 15.
One of the new rules is that when a consumer is attempt-
ing a debit or ATM transaction and there is not enough
money in the account the transaction will be denied. This
change is to prevent consumers from ,p.liin:' exorbitant late
and over-the-limit fees. This is not sitting well with many big
banking companies because they made over $23 billion last
year in overdraft fees.
To get around the new change in the law, the companies
are vigorously marketing what they call, "overdraft opt in."
Signing up for the "opt in" gives the banks permission to
let your transaction go through, even if you are over the limit
or do not have money in your account. But this comes at a
hefty price. The average overdraft fee is $35 dollars. Many
banks also charge a second fee if both the overdraft and fee
are not paid within a few days. These additional fees range
from $15 to $35.
As an example, if you had one $10 transaction that you
didn't have money for, but the bank still let you make the
purchase with the tradeoff of ,p.lvin.: the overdraft, you
could end up p.i-viin: $80. That's $10 for the original pur-
chase, $35 for the first overdraft fee and then $35 more dol-
lars if it takes you more than 21 days to pay the balance. If
you do not opt in, the $10 transaction would simply be denied.
With changes in federal rules, be on the lookout for ways
the banks will be finding to charge fees to make up for lost
overdraft revenue. My bottom line advise to you is to decline
the opt in and save yourself the extra charges.
That's my two cents' worth.
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 ................................................... M iriam S. Gallet
Assistant Public Affairs Officer.........................................Kaylee LaRocque
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor ........................................ ............ ................ Clark Pierce
Design/Layout........................................ George Atchley
Staff W riter......................................................................CS2 Sylvia M orris
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VP-45 wins CPRW-11 ASWRodeo
By Lt. j.g. Jeff Riggs
A crew of the VP-45 "Pelicans"
recently visited the University
of Texas (UT) at Austin as Naval
Aviation's representative to the univer-
sity's Naval Reserve Officer Training
Corps (NROTC) program.
The four-day mission was to inform
future officers at UT of the options avail-
able in Naval Aviation, specifically the
career opportunities offered within the
maritime patrol and reconnaissance com-
The Pelicans held an on-campus brief,
followed by an aircraft tour at Austin-
Bergstrom International Airport for the
NROTC students, where they described
the P-3 Orion's mission capabilities and
the role of maritime patrol in global opera-
tions. Each member of the aircrew pro-
vided their unique mission perspective
- from piloting the P-3 to utilizing the
onboard sensors to conduct its primary
mission of anti-submarine warfare.
During the tour, students took an exte-
rior walk-around and used the opportunity
to ask questions concerning the P-3 air-
frame, as well as armaments.
"Most of the questions focused on the
MAD (Magnetic Anomaly Detector) boom
used to assist in locating submarines.
They also asked about the 'holes' in the
bottom of the fuselage from where the
sonobuoys are launched," explained Lt. j.g.
Johnny Sadler, one of the VP-45 pilots.
During an afternoon social, cadets asked
numerous questions, from the difficulty of
flight school to job satisfaction within the
maritime patrol community.
The visit was a great success for both
the University of Texas NROTC and the
Pelicans of VP-45.
Stated Sadler, "A majority of the stu-
dents were still unsure what career path
they might choose as a naval officer.
Hopefully, our visit provided the students
insight into the exciting arena of naval
aviation and to becoming future aviators
in the maritime patrol and reconnaissance
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 15, 2010 5
New senior enlisted McFarland
leader at SERCC retires
Naval Facilities Engineering Command
By AT2(AW) Marco Mendoza (NAVFAC) Southeast Commanding Officer
Capt. Doug Morton presents Kathleen
TCM(SW) Tidere Hamilton assumed the duties as McFarland with a Letter of Appreciation upon
senior enlisted leader (SEL) of Southeast Regional her July 1 retirement. As her co-workers looked
Calibration Center (SERCC) May 6 after being on, Morton expressed his sincere apprecia-
frocked to master chief petty officer. Hamilton relieved tion for her remarkable and noteworthy career
rocked to master chief petty officer. Hamilton relieved spanning 37 years with the federal govern-
ATCS(AW/SW) Debra Burkett, who retired June 19. ment. McFarland's career started with the IRS
Hamilton enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1985 and attend- in Pittsburgh, Pa. in 1973 as a GS-2 intern. She
ed Electronics Technician "A' school. He went on to radar transferred to the IRS Jacksonville office in
and Calibration "C" schools. His sea tours include USS 1984 and worked at other federal agencies until
Cape Cod (AD 43), USS Nimitz (CVN 68), USS George landing with NAVFAC Southeast in 2007. As a
Washington (CVN 73), and USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20). real estate specialist, she quickly learned the
His shore tours include Mid-Atlantic Calibration Center in intricacies of the Navy's Real Estate Program
Norfolk, Va. and NAS North Island, Calif. He arrived at and worked her way up to the Supervisory
SERCC in July 2009 and has served as 67B Electronics Realty in the Asset Management Business Line.
Branch Chief, where he managed calibration produc- She spearheaded the Real Estate eProjects
inventory and was involved in a number of
tion work in a shop of 'high-profile real estate actions. McFarland's
19 personnel. He has contributions and dedication to the Navy have
been a major force in been numerous. The entire NAVFAC team is
several improvements Photo by Ma losing an extremely valuable employee.
in SERCC production Photo by Matt Simons
SERCC OIC CWO4 &
Marc Manor said,
"Senior Burkett has
been an extraor-
dinary leader. Her
contributions to our
development and her
volunteerism to the
local community are
truly remarkable. We
hate to see her go but ETCM(SW) Tidere Hamilton
are extremely opti-
mistic that SERCC
will continue to flour-
ish with Master Chief
Hamilton leading our
He added, "Hamil-
ton is an exceptional _
leader and superb i:n.
manager. His selec-
tion to master chief
was a perfect exam-
ple of Navy selec-
tion boards getting it X
right" Manor said.
the Navy in February
1989 and gradu- ATCS(AW/SW) Debra Burkett
ated from Aviation
Electronics Technician (AT) "A" School. After earning
an associate degree in electronic technology, she then
completed Calibration Technician School. Her tours
include Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department in
Sigonella, Italy, the VS-31 Topcats and NATTC Pensacola.
In 2008, Burkett volunteered for Individual Augmentee
(IA) duty and served as Camp Commandant for 150
Sailors. She completed the Tactical Combat Casualty Care
Course and served as the Directorate for Administration
Senior Enlisted Leader at the Expeditionary Medical
Facility, Kuwait. -
Burkett retired in an emotional ceremony at the Lone
Sailor Navy Memorial on the Jacksonville Riverwalk along
the south bank of the St. Johns River, after 21 years of
Naval Service. She plans to stay in Jacksonville and pur-
sue a degree in civil engineering. During her ceremony,
she expressed gratitude to her shipmates and for the
opportunity to serve her country. She offered a heart-
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FRCSE sheet metal mechanics returning from Iraq use a handmade wooden ramp to roll the
EA6-B Prowler from the cargo bay of an Air Force C-5 transport at NAS Jacksonville.
On the tarmac of Fleet Readiness Center Southeast, Randy Monroe of RAM Metals uses a
crash saw to cut the "demilitarized fuselage" of an EA-6B Prowler into pieces small enough
for transport by truck.
F11(SE ARl'I'ISANS RECYCLE STRICKEN AIRCRAFT
By Marsha Childs
FRCSE Public Affairs
I adly damaged aircraft, as
well as those at the end of
their service life, are often
returned to Fleet Readiness
Center Southeast (FRCSE)
where the valuable parts are
harvested and recycled back to
Components or whole sections,
such as the cockpit enclosure or
the wings, are also used at inter-
mediate-level depots for repairs
with the remainder sent to the
Navy's supply system as readi-
But getting a downed aircraft
back to a repair facility can be
problematic. In late 2009, five
FRCSE artisans traveled to Al
Asad Air Base in Iraq to prepare
a broken down Marine Corps
EA-6B Prowler for transport back
After evaluation, the aircraft
was tucked in the belly of a colos-
sal Air Force C-5 Galaxy trans-
port for its flight to FRCSE at
"The Marines were swapping
good parts for bad to keep their
aircrews flying," said Planner and
Estimator Chuck Smithson, who
served as the team lead.
The FRCSE team was confront-
ed with harsh working conditions
during their brief stay in the des-
"We had to get special permis-
sion from the post commander to
work on flag day which meant the
temperature was 103 degrees or
better," said Smithson.
Sheet Metal Mechanic J.R.
Brantley said they worked
12-hour days with temperatures
reaching as high as 106 degrees.
The sandstorms were equally
"The sky would turn black like
in the movie, The Mummy," said
Clinton Johnson, also a sheet
metal mechanic. "You could see it
coming across the desert. It was
Nevertheless, the team pre-
pared the aircraft for transport in
"We took it apart and helped
load it," said Sheet Metal
Mechanic Andrew DeStefano. "It
took us three days to do it, which
has never been done before. We
spent another two weeks waiting
for the C-5 to arrive."
Sheet Metal Mechanic John
End, a retired chief petty offi-
cer, also volunteered to transport
the defunct jet downed by a bro-
ken bulkhead. He and the team
built a wooden ramp to move the
. ,. -. .-
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FRCSE Sheet Metal Mechanics remove a damaged Marine Corps EA6-B Prowler from the cargo bay of a C-5 Galaxy.
Prowler on and off the Galaxy. -
Back in Jacksonville, it was t .
decided that the valuable platform '-
could not be saved. However, -.- .
many of the aircraft components -
estimated to be worth more than .
$14 million were salvageable.
The Navy's Stricken Aircraft
Reclamation and Disposal
Program (SARDIP) funds the rec-
lamation of parts and demilitariz-
es the remainder of the aircraft.
The Naval Inventory Control
Point (NAVICP) identifies need-
ed parts and supplies the Fleet,
the Marine Corps, and Joint and -
Allied Forces with a wide variety
of components that keep combat
forces mission ready.
SARDIP Program Manager
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funding from NAVICP to harvest
the Prowler parts. Sometimes
See SARDIP, Page 7 - -
Bob Ostwald (left) and
Ken Poythress harvest recyclable
components from the damaged
Prowler for reuse in the Fleet.
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 15, 2010 7
Tractor operator Joe S'lomons tows a damaged Prowler from the
NAS Jackson ille flight line to a%\ail its fate in an FRCSE hangar.
Aviation Logistics Technician Brian Cole processes harvested avionics parts for shipment to
the Naval Inventory Control Point. From there, needed parts are supplied to Navy, Marine
Corps, Joint and Allied Forces to keep combat forces mission ready.
The damaged jet, wings removed, sits in a hangar. FRCSE artisans await approval and funding
for the Master Save List from the Navy's supply system before harvesting recyclable parts and
SARDIP: FRCSE artisans
salvage usable parts before
scrapping ailing aircraft
From Page 6
they have requests for 'hot fill' items like the landing gear
or flight controls. By not having to wait for a part here at
the depot, we take out any scheduling risks. Our return on
investment is huge."
FRCSE artisans recover about 300 parts from each
stricken aircraft at a cost avoidance of about $9 million to
the Navy. For every dollar spent to salvage the Prowler's
reusable items, the Navy recovers nearly $113 worth of
Don Foulk, the EA-6B Production Logistics Manager
said, "We get our hands on every nut and bolt that has
something to do with our program. We pick the bones up
to the last minute before the aircraft is cut up. This is the
ultimate in recycling."
Once the required materials are removed, FRCSE
requests permission to demilitarize the aircraft and sal-
vage the remaining fuselage as scrap metal. The process is
environmentally friendly as no parts of the aircraft go to a
FRCSE has reclaimed 13 Prowler aircraft, which
amounts to a substantial cost avoidance to the Navy and
the taxpayer. SARDIP has proved to be invaluable to the
Fleet by quickly supplying necessary parts to effectively
execute the Navy's maritime strategy.
A badl\ damaged Prowler with
wings removed awaits its fate on
the NAS Jackson\ille tarmac.
The stricken aircraft will be
demilitarized, its parts
reclaimed and recycled
to the Fleet.
Photos by Vic Pitts
Randy Monroe of RAM Metals uses a crash saw to demilitarize an EA-6B Prowler before the
dismantled fuselage is towed to a metals recycling center.
RAM Metals owner Randy Monroe uses a utility vehicle to dismantle a broken down Prowler.
The useful parts are reclaimed and the remainder cut up and sold for scrap.
8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 15, 2010
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Airfield controllers happy to
be home in renovated tower
By CS2 Sylvia Morris \----
Air Operations per-
sonnel moved into
their renovated control
tower June 28, declaring
the new deck, overhead,
equipment cabinets and
other improvements as
long overdue, but very wel-
For the past couple of
months, air traffic control-
lers have been working in
a temporary tower provid-
ed by the Space and Naval
Warfare Systems Center
Atlantic during the reno-
vation process. The newly
renovated 109-foot tower
was built in the 1940's.
Upgrades include asbestos
and lead-based paint reme-
diation, new roof, ceiling,
lighting and flooring. Other
new air conditioning, fire
suppression system, rest
rooms, electrical circuits
and equipment cabinets.
The project was part of
the National Airspace
Program which is a joint
effort by the Department
of Defense and Federal
AC1 Troy Sanford controls flight data in the newly renovated
AC1(AW) Victor Grant com-
municates with the various
aircraft in the NAS Jax air-
NAS Jax air traffic con-
trollers are responsible for
all aircraft status, flight
plans, surveillance posi-
tion information, sensor
identification, aircraft bea-
con codes, filters, altitude,
maps, range marks and
weather information for all
aircraft flying in their air-
The controllers also
coordinate with NS
Mayport, Cecil Field, and
Airport supporting them
with the landing and the
take off of different aircraft.
Another upgrade in the
tower will be to replace the
analog equipment with new
digital equipment by this
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. Jeffrey Maclay wields the ceremo-
nial scizzors to cut the ribbon on the new
111-space parking lot near the NAS Jax
Golf Clubhouse. (From left) NAS Jax Public
Works Department Construction Manager
Nick Bloomer, Contractor John Barnard, of
John Barnard & Associates, Maclay, and NAS
Jax Director of Golf Joe Carreiro.
Photo by Clark Pierce
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Photos by CS2 Sylvia Morris
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Boeing demo team practices
at OLF Whitehouse
Photo by CS2 Sylvia Morris
An F/A-18F Super Hornet practices a flight demonstration in the sky over Outlying Field
Whitehouse. Depending on the cloud level. The Boeing Company pilot may perform high-,
medium- or low-altitude shows or all three.
Photos by Clark Pierce
Inside the Outlying Field (OLF) Whitehouse control tower, AC1 Donald Vatick and AC3 Willie
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"The normal ceiling at OLF is 2,600 feet, but these guys require about 8,500 feet," explained
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This time, the hare
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flies low over
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TOUR: Environmental dignitary sees NAS Jax efforts first hand
From Page 1
the tour, beginning at
Hangar 511, the largest
structure of its kind in the
Navy, which is home to five
P-3C Orion squadrons.
Gartland talked about
the hangar's environmental
sustainability that provides
warfighters with the very
best in modern infrastruc-
ture. "As the first 'green'
aircraft hangar in the U.S.
Navy, this structure is on
track to achieve the U.S.
Green Building Council's
Leadership in Energy and
At the hangar
space assigned to the
"Mad Foxes" of VP-5,
Schregardus toured shops
and a P-3. "We discussed
our hazardous waste collec-
tion and stowage program
- and how we protect the
environment when we per-
form maintenance on the
aircraft," said Lt. Cmdr.
Andy Barlow, VP-5 mainte-
VP-5 Material Control
Officer Lt. Evan Hart
explained the operation
of the "Tin Man" spill kit
- used by maintainers to
respond to a hazardous
waste spill in the hangar or
on the flight line.
At Hangar 1122, home
to five helicopter mari-
time (HSM) squadrons, Lt.
Rick Padilla, a pilot with
HSM-70, briefed the deputy
assistant secretary on envi-
ronmentally friendly fea-
tures of the structure that
opened in June of 2009. He
explained how the parking
lot captures rainwater that
can be re-used to wash air-
CWO3 Brian Baker
added, "The hanger is also
designed to reduce powered
lighting by using more of
our natural Florida sun-
Padilla and Baker also
Photos by CS2 Sylvia Morris
Commanding Officer Cmdr. George Schoeler of Navy Entomology Center of Excellence (left)
explains to Don Schregardus (right) the types of insect species the center studies during his
tour with NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Jeffrey Maclay July 8.
Lt. Rick Padilla (right) explains the instrument panel of the
MH-60R Seahawk helicopter simulator to Deputy Assistant
Secretary of the Navy for Environment Don Schregardus dur-
ing his visit to NAS Jacksonville.
briefed Schregardus on the
operation and capabilities of
the MH-60R Seahawk heli-
Next stop was Fleet Area
Control and Surveillance
(FACSFAC Jax), where
Cmdr. Todd Abrahamson
described his crew's mission
in sea and air traffic con-
trol. "Our command allows
military aircraft to safely
train in local airspace. We
also help ships to complete
work-ups and war games at
sea, while protecting north-
ern right whales."
The Navy's Pinecastle
Impact Range in the Ocala
National Forest is the only
place on the East Coast
where the Navy can do live
impact ordnance delivery
John Childers explained
how SEIS (Shared
System) studies impact the
environment. "There was
7,398 tons of ordnance and
range debris removed from
Pinecastle for recycling in
2006-2010," he said.
Another interesting site
Schregardus enjoyed was
the HSM schoolhouse,
where Lt. Justin Schade
and AWRI Wes Goodwin
demonstrated the operation
of the new MH-60R flight,
ordnance and maintenance
stop of the day at NAS
Jacksonville was the Navy
Entomology Center of
Excellence (NECE), where
he toured the headquarters
with Commanding Officer
Cmdr. George Schoeler.
"An effective pest man-
agement program can
reduce exposure to vector-
borne diseases and allows
military units to focus on
their mission rather than
annoying bugs," said
"Our mission is to provide
knowledge and skills that
protect human health and
morale in a safe, effective
and environmentally sound
manner," said Lt. Cmdr.
Jeffrey Stancil, the NECE
The tour included the
Black Point Interpretive
Center for conservation
education, the golf club (to
discuss wetland conserva-
tion), and the PPV Housing
Complex to discuss environ-
mental compliance partner-
Natural Resources Manager Christine Bauer briefs Deputy
Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Environment Don
Schregardus how the NAS Jax Black Point Intrepretive Center
educates station personnel and their families about their
impact on nature and how they can protect Florida's wildlife.
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay welcomes
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Environment Don
Schregardus for his tour of the installation.
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Department of Defense
and Occupational Health
Board, and coordinates for
the Department of Defense
Clean Air Act and Clean
Water Act issues of impor-
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PRAN Theresa Patterson sings the national
anthem as members of the NAS Jax Color
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Jax Fourth of July celebration at Patriots
Grove. NAS Jax Command Chaplain Cmdr.
Gerald Felder delivered the invocation and
Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay
welcomed the attendees with a short, but
powerful speech on the importance of the
Fourth of July. His speech was followed by a
reading of the Declaration of Independence
by ISC Alexandra Geovanni of the Joint
Intelligence Reserve Center Jacksonville.
The ceremony ended as the NAS Jax 40-mm
Team presented a 21-gun salute. Following
the event, participants enjoyed a cookout
hosted by the NAS Jax First Class Association
and the Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Committee. Music was provided by
Jim and Jerry.
Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
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16 JAX AIR NEWS, NASJACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 15, 2010
Hospital CMC Challenge builds 'esprit de corps'
From NH ax Public Affairs --
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville (NH Jax)
off in the 2010 Command
Master Chief (CMC)
Challenge June 21-25 in
a series of competitions
meant to build morale and
As he kicked off the
event and saw the excite-
ment of the participants,
Bracewell said, "This is
what this is about -- every-
one coming together for
some friendly competition."
Each directorate fielded
their own team of mili-
tary and civilians to com-
pete in various matches as
they went after the CMC
Challenge Cup. Events
included a scavenger
hunt, card games, obstacle
course, basketball, dodge
ball, volleyball, blind canoe
race, the 500 challenge
(squats, etc.), and "Are you
smarter than a recruit?"
There was also a balloon
toss event in which E-7s
Photos by CS3 Christopher Glory
CMDCM(AW/SW) Cameron Bracewell is lifted onto the shoulders of the CMC Challenge
team participants after the winning trophy was presented at the NH Jax command picnic on
and above from each team
used their dexterity to toss
and catch water-filled bal-
loons some with dra-
matic results. Other events
included a 5K run, the
dizzy driving relay, a punt,
pass & kick competition,
and the always down and
dirty Tug-O-War. Before
the events, staff competed
to design flags and t-shirts.
Competitors earned points
by winning events and by
having leadership partici-
Bracewell presented the
CMC Challenge Cup to
the Director for Clinical
Support. Finishing in sec-
ond place was the Director
for Administration team.
The final point spread for
the six teams included:
Director for Clinical
Support Services 1,135
points, Director for
points, Director for
Branch Health Clinics -
1,035 points, Director for
Nursing Services 745
points, Director for Medical
Services 585 points,
Director for Surgical
Services 620 points.
HM1 Ares Quiambao of Director for Clinical Support
Services (right) prepares to spike against HM2 Alan
Chambers defending for Director for Surgical Services.
Teams from NH Jax Directorate of Clinical Services team
(left) and Branch Health Clinic Jacksonville rush to get their
weapons in the dodge ball competition.
Sploosh!!! (From left) HMC Arlan Bernal of NBHC Jax and
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 15, 2010 17
Milot bids farewell to shipmates at VP-45
By Lt. j.g. Jeff Riggs
SP-45 recently cel-
ebrated the retire-
ment of Lt. Cmdr.
Marc Milot after more than
23 years of active duty ser-
vice. He said goodbye to his
Navy family in an after-
noon ceremony at the NAS
Jacksonville Officer's Club
Milot was born in New
York City and raised in
Green Township, N.J. He
enlisted in the Navy in 1987,
completed recruit training
in Orlando, Fla., reported to
"A" school, and upon comple-
tion was assigned to VP-30
for training in the P-3 Orion.
Following training, Milot
reported to VP-11 followed
by shore duty at Commander
Patrol and Reconnaissance
Wing 11. While at Wing
11, he was selected for the
In 1994, Milot reported for
Officer Candidate Training
in Newport, R. I., and then
reported to the NROTC unit
at Jacksonville University
while attending the
University of North Florida
(UNF). He graduated from
UNF and was commis-
sioned as an ensign in 1996.
After his commissioning,
Milot attended Naval Flight
Photo courtesy of VP-45
VP-45 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Michael Doherty (left) presents Lt. Cmdr. Mark Milot with
a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal at his recent retirement ceremony.
Officer training and earned
his 'wings of gold' in 1997.
After graduating from the
fleet replacement squadron
training at VP-30, Milot
reported to VP-47 for his
operational junior officer
tour. He was then assigned
to the Secretary of the
Navy's White House Liaison
Office, where he served as
Action and Protocol offi-
cer. He spent his disas-
sociated sea tour with
Second Fleet in Norfolk, Va.
before returning to NAS
Jacksonville for his depart-
ment head tour with VP-45.
Milot looks forward to
more time with his wife,
son and two daughters. His
future includes operating
his own business venture
in the music industry. The
VP-45 Pelican team wishes
him fair winds and following
CHAPEL CENTER CALENDAR
8:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
9:45 Protestant Sunday School
10:45 a.m. Catholic CCD
11 a.m. Protestant Worship
July 13-14. For couples getting married
or already married. Course qualifies
for pre-marital discounts for marriage
licenses in Duval County.
CREDO Personal Growth Retreat
July 30 Aug. 1. Register at 542-3923.
Weekly Bible Study
Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in Building 749.
Officer Christian Fellowship
Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the chapel.
Barracks Bible Study
Wednesday at 6 p.m.
in main conference room
with Chaplain Kevin Norton.
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participants write a letter to a member of the
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Compilation CD, Breaking Southern Ground, from
the Zac Brown Band. They'll also earn a free
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band's latest single, "Free," and will have access
to footage from the Zac Brown Band's USO tours.
Photo courtesy of NOSC Jax
STG1(SW) Matthew Holder (left/center), his wife, Donna
(center) and guest speaker CMDCM(SW/AW/NAC) David
Selmier (right/center) are surrounded by family and
friends at his recent retirement ceremony.
Holder retires from NOSC
By Lt. Cmdr. Alphonso Doss
NOSC Jax Administrative Officer
hipmates, family and friends gathered at the
NAS Jacksonville Chapel Center July 1 to
honor STGl(SW) Matthew Holder of Navy
Operational Support Center (NOSC) Jax, who
retired after 20 years of faithful service.
A native of Mandeville, La., Holder entered the
Navy in 1990 and completed basic training at Recruit
Training Command, San Diego. His duty assignments
included USS O'Bannon (DD-987) and USS Fahrion
(FFG-22), where he earned his Enlisted Surface
Warfare insignia and advanced to second class petty
officer. He also served with Mobile Inshore Undersea
Warfare Unit 212, USS Paul Hamilton (DDG-60),
Naval Ocean Processing Facility Detachment Pearl
Harbor and USS Chafee (DDG-90).
Prior to reporting to NOSC Jacksonville in 2010, he
completed an Individual Augmentee assignment as
the leading petty officer of Counter Rocket Artillery
Mortar 7 in Balad, Iraq. His awards include the
Army Commendation medal, Navy and Marine Corps
Achievement medal (four), Good Conduct medal (six)
and numerous campaign and unit awards.
18 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 15, 2010
AUTO SKILLS CENTER
Complete auto shop with 22 work bays
ASE-certified master mechanic available
Open Monday, T1hu'--.! y & Friday, 12-8
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
Free bowling for active duty
11 a.m. 1 p.m.
80 Days of Summer
Now -Aug. 29
Free give-a-ways throughout the summer!
Youth bowlers 17 and younger will receive
one free game everyday until 5 p.m.
Wednesday night Color pin bowling, 5 -
10 p.m., $2 games
T1hui'-i-. night 3 games or $12 hourly
lane, 5 10 p.m., free drink refills on large
Fii-il.L night 3 games & shoes, 5 p.m. -
midnight, $10 per person
Saturday night Extreme bowling 7 9
p.m. and 9:30 p.m. midnight, $11 per per-
son (all you can bowl), includes shoes.
FITNESS & AQUATICS
Tuesday Saturday 11 a.m. 6 p.m.,
Sunday 1 5 p.m.
Free for military and DoD civilians. $3 for
Session III July 20 July 30
Session IV Aug. 3-13
Outdoor pool 8-11 a.m.
Indoor pool 5:30-8 p.m.
$40 military, $45 DoD
Summer Slam One Pitch Softball
July 17, 8:30 a.m.
McCaffrey Softball Complex
Jaguar Tickets on sale July 15
Section 147 $58.25
Jaguar cheerleaders will be available to
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 Tamps, or Aquatica!
Come to ITT for dates/ticket prices.
Jacksonville Suns Baseball Club
(Tickets cannot be purchased at ITT for
$22 per person
Veteran's Memorial Arena
FCCJ Artist Series
Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring
Dec. 4 at 5 p.m.
Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
$72 per person
Dry pass $12
Wet pass $20
Combo pass -$32
Summer Waves in Jekyll Island, Ga. $15
Jacksonville Zoo $11 adult $6.50 child
Stone Mountain in Atlanta, Ga. $20.75
Wet N' Wild Orlando
Military free upgrade for the rest of the
$31.25 adult, $26.50 child
Meal option $38.50 adult, $34.25 child
LIBERTY COVE RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted
to E1-E6 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call 542-3491 for informa-
Free Comedy Zone Trip featuring Tommy
July 16 at the Comedy Zone
Includes admission and appetizers!
Jax Sharks vs. Tamp Bay Storm Trip
Amelia Island Beach Trip
Departs Liberty Cove at 9 a.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 20 for active duty.
July 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 command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
call the Officers' Club main office, 542-
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3:30-7:30 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3:30-7:30 p.m.
MULBERRY COVE MARINA
Free Kayak & Canoe Rental
Every T1ii'--i1.i for active duty
Skipper B Sailing Classes $150 per per-
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
Skipper "B" required
Aug. 12 & 19
4-7 p.m., $50 per person
Martial Arts Class Tang Soo Do
Open to CYP patrons
Monday and Thu 1-M.-y, 5:15-6 p.m.
$40 one time registration fee / uniform fee
$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 informa-
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Private Pilot Ground School
$500 includes instruction and books
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AISH. Share the Power
Captain's Cup Kickball League forming
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists, command DoD and DoD
contractor personnel. The league will be played
at lunchtime on Mondays and Wednesdays. All
interested personnel should stop by the base
gymnasium to get the rules and the required
paperwork to join the league.
Captain's Cup Wiffle Ball League forming
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors and selective
reservists. Games will be played at 11:15 a.m. and
noon on Mondays and Wednesdays. All interested
personnel should contact the base gymnasium to
get the rules and the required paperwork to join
Captain's Cup Indoor Volleyball League
meeting Aug. 11
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors and selective
reservists. The meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m.
at the base gym. Commands having their athletic
officer or designated representative attend the
meeting will receive five captain's cup points. The
games will be played at lunchtime on Mondays
and Wednesdays at the base gym.
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 at bill.bonser@
Greybeard Summer Basketball
Standings As of July 8
Team Wins Losses
NCTS 6 0
FISC 4 1
NOSC 2 2
VPU-1 1 3
CNATTU 1 4
FRCSE 1 4
Intramural Summer Basketball
League Standings As of July 8
Team Wins Losses
FRCSE 3 0
HSM-70 3 0
VP-5 3 0
Naval Hospital 2 0
VP-45 1 0
VP-30 2 1
125-FW 1 1
Air Ops 0 2
RCC 0 2
HS-11 0 3
NAS Supply 0 3
VP-8 0 3
Intramural Summer Basketball
League Standings As of July 9
Intramural Summer Golf
As of July 8
The Summer Teen
through the MWR Youth
Activities Center, tours
the University of North
Florida Campus. The teen
employment program is
designed to provide military
dependent youths with job
experience and opportunities
to visit various universities in
the Jacksonville area.
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Surviving summer vacation at NAS Jax
By Jennifer Melville
When my husband told
me he was deploying
this year for the first
time in our six-year marriage,
my initial thought wasn't about
how much I'd miss him. It wasn't
even about the extra burden I'd
face handling home repairs, hur-
ricane season and paying the
bills on time. Instead, the first
thing that crossed my mind was,
"How am I going to survive sum-
mer vacation with four kids -
Raising a large family is a chal-
lenge no matter which way you
cut the cake. A child requires
clean clothes, constant feeding,
a sanitary place to live, plenty of
sleep, and lots of love and inter-
action. Now multiply that times
You want to see something
scary? Look at our commissary
bill. Then add in school, friends,
lessons, clubs and the time
it takes to drive between these
various locations, and that's a
full time job in itself. My house
is always abuzz with activity.
There's never a dull moment.
It's really not half bad. My hus-
band and I share the housework,
even if it's more of a 75/25 split
than 50/50. He has kid duty in
the evenings so I can work, and
if anyone gets out of bed after 8
p.m., it's his responsibility. He's
also an awesome help on the
weekends, wrangling all the
munchkins into our trusty mini-
van for a trip to the park or even
the zoo if he's feeling ambitious.
That is my sanity time. It's how I
unwind. It's a blessed, wonderful,
I knew that deployment was
part of the package when I mar-
ried him so I'm lucky to have
had him home for so many years.
Still, it's very easy to get used to
something and take it for granted.
I relied on his help. I looked for-
ward to it every day.
Suddenly, he was leaving for
the better part of a year. Not
only that, school would be out for
part of that time and all four kids
would be home with me. Those six
daily hours with only two or three
children at home my cleaning
and errands time was over. My
sanity slipped away before my
eyes. I felt small and inadequate.
There's no way I could possibly
handle this alone.
"Don't worry," my fellow Navy
wives told me time and again,
"You'll be so busy, time will just
fly. It'll be over before you know
it." They were right about the
busy part. At first, I was over-
whelmingly busy. Soon, we got
into a comfortable routine. It
wasn't nearly as horrendous and
impossible as my wild imagina-
tion had made it out to be.
Jacksonville is a pretty awe-
some place to be a kid. There are
water parks, playgrounds, the-
ater productions, and of course
the beach. On base, kids can bowl
one free round daily at Freedom
Lanes and the pool is a popular
place to beat the heat.
Our secret to surviving summer
vacation was to make an adven-
ture calendar. The kids and I
drew out each month and taped it
to our pantry door, then searched
online for upcoming activities in
the area. We filled out our entire
summer with at least three fun
adventures to look forward to
We're always going somewhere
and learning and experiencing
new things. Not only does time
fly by, it also gives the kids some
amazing stories to tell dad in
their next e-mail.
Another survival tool is the
craft bin stuffed with construction
paper, glitter, glue, foam stickers,
paint, markers, crayons, coloring
books, etcetera. When boredom
strikes, there's always something
to do. Sometimes we invite neigh-
bor kids and their parents to join
in the fun, and a dull afternoon
turns into a chance to create both
masterpieces and friendships.
So far, we're surviving sum-
mer vacation and deployment. I've
even gotten used to being a single
parent. In fact, I might be a bit
sad when school starts again this
fall and we don't have as much
time to spend together. With all
there is to do in Jacksonville,
we're going to make this a sum-
mer we'll never forget . in a
Photo courtesy of YAC
Education Program Supervisor Karl Boecklen from the
Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens talks with YAC Summer Camp
participants during the "Zoo to You" program. Animals on
display included an American Alligator, Chinchilla, Screech
Owl, Boa Constrictor, Tarantula, Bearded Dragon, and many
more during the recent presentation.
"We take stock of everything else. Why not take stock of
our greatest assets, our boys and girls?" Father Flanagan
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2010 DODGE 2010 DODGE 2010 CHRYSLER 2010 JEEP GRAND
RAM 1500 CHALLENGER TOWN & COUNTRY CHEROKEE
1.9% APR X 60 MOS
OR 3.9% APR X 72 MOS**
APR FOR 72
S AVAILABLE ON
S MANY MODELS!*
000 S 4%L-FE
Monday Friday 9am 7pm
Saturday 9am 6pm
904-264-2442 OR 800-849-3462
On US HWY 17 between Orange
Park and Green Cove Springs.
Convenient from the North or South.
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All advertised savings are plus tax, title, license and $398.50 dealer adm/senrice fee. See dealer for details. In stock vehicles only. Most offers reflect some eligibility requirements. Some customers will not qualify. +To qualified buyers with approved credit on select models.
See dealer. ++Free MOPAR Accessories offer available through manufacturer for a limited time. *To qualified buyers with approved credit on select models. $13.89 per $1000 financed with $0 down. **To qualified buyers with approved credit on select models. 1.9% for 60 months:
$17.48 per $1000 financed; 3.9% for 72 months: $15.59 per $1000 financed; with $0 down payment. #Must qualify. Dealer not liable for misprints in this advertisement. All vehicles subject to prior sale. All offers end 7/31/10.
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