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Jax air news
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www.cnic.navy.mil/jacksonville www.jaxairnews.com VOL. 76 NO. 24 NAS J ACKSONVILLE F LA THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2018 VP-16 Change of Command Page 3 FUN ON THE WA T ER Its Summertime Aboard NAS Jacksonville Pages 4-5 WA T ER REPOR T Annual Data Announced Page 13 Father remembers lost brother, son By Clifford Davis Fleet Readiness Center Southeast Public Affairs On the Thursday before Memorial Day, Cmdr. Mike Polito sat in the front pew of All Saints Chapel at Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Sunlight shone down from the win dows along the eastern wall, illumi nating 400 Sailors of Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE) Detachment Jacksonville who were there for a safety Naval Hospital Jacksonville and reserve units earn Navy Blue H Health Promotion and Wellness award By Yan Kennon Public Affairs Senior Writer, Naval Hospital Jacksonville Naval Hospital (NH) Jacksonville (its hospital and five naval branch health clinics), Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Jacksonville, and 15 of Operational Health Support Unit (OHSU) Jacksonvilles detach ments have earned the Navy Surgeon Generals Health Promotion and Wellness Blue H Award for 2017. Health promotion is vital to ensur ing our Navy and Marine Corps team has the best readiness and health in the world, said Capt. Matthew Case, NH Jacksonville commanding officer. The Blue H Award is a reflection of our active duty, reserve, civilian, contract and volunteer staff all working toward this goal. Gold Star (highest level) was achieved by the hospital; NBHCs Jacksonville, Key West, and Kings Bay; NOSC Jacksonville; and OHSU Jacksonville Detachments A, B, C, G, H, I, K, N, P and R. OHSU Detachments D and M earned Silver Eagle recognition, while NBHCs Albany and Mayport, and OHSU Jacksonville Detachments E, J and L received the Bronze Anchor. The Blue H, which is in its tenth year of existence, recognizes Navy medical commands for excellence in clinical primary prevention, community health promotion and medical staff health. The award assesses areas such as: responsible drinking, injury and vio lence-free living, healthy eating, active living, reproductive and sexual health, psychological health, tobacco-free liv ing and weight management. Our reservists work to support healthy Navy and Marine Corps work places is a key part of maintaining both a medically-ready force and a ready medical force, said Capt. Karen Young, OHSU Jacksonville command ing officer. To take advantage of Navy Medicines wellness programs, contact your local Wellness Center or Health Promotions, or visit the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center at www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmcphc/ health-promotion. Photo by Anthony C. Casullo Cmdr. Michael Polito, officer in charge of Fleet Readiness Center Southeast Detachment Jacksonville, speaks about the unimaginable loss he and his fam ily suffered as a result of drinking and driving. Polito spoke publicly about the tragic events for the first time in front of his Sailors during his units safety stand down at All Saints Chapel aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville May 24. NAS Jax conducts hostage/PCIED drill By MC1 Brian G. Reynolds NAS Jacksonville Assistant Public Affairs Officer Sailors and civilians assigned to Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville conducted a hostage-taking and personal carried improvised explosive device (PCIED) exercise in order to gauge the bases force protection readiness in the case of a real-world emergency June 7. During the drill scenario, a distraught spouse (played by IT1 Tyler Simonsen), gained access through bases entry control point (ECP) and took 16 hostages at the Chief Petty Officer 365 Training Facility. After approximately two hours of negotiations, the alleged perpetrator agreed to the release of all hostages and was shortly thereafter neutralized after he detonated the training PCIED. What we did was to com bine four job skillsets, said Jim Butters, the installation train ing officer. The first one was surveil lance and probing. The other one was the ECP penetration. Then we followed that up with a barricaded hostage situation and a PCIED. The exercise integrated base security, the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office (JSO) and Naval Photo by Reggie Jarrett IT1 Tyler Simonsen played the perpetrator with a bomb during a hostage situation drill aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville June 7. The drill called for Simonsen to take 16 hostages in response for his wife getting passed over for a promotion. See FRCSE, Page 8 See HOSTAGE, Page 7 Photo by Reggie Jarrett Naval Air Station Jacksonville Security Officer Jose Bonilla stops a motorist for speeding on Hurricane Drive in the residential section of the base June 6. Speeding violations on the riseon base By Reggie Jarrett Editor Jax Air News If you think that drivers are going faster aboard Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville lately, you are not mistak en. Speeding infractions are up signifi cantly through the first part of 2018. NAS Jacksonville security officers issued 83 citations for moving violations in May, and have already issued 48 for the first week of June. In the past month, we have seen a sharp increase in speeding violations on the base, said NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Michael Connor. We are seeing speeds in excess of 10 and 20 mph over the posted speed limit, even in areas such as hous ing where children are present, so obvi ously we are very concerned. NAS Jacksonville always has a large number of pedestrians along the road ways, but summer months bring an increase in the number of children and families out walking. We have a big housing area. Its also summer time and the youth cen ter is packed, we have a lot of kids on the base, said Ron Williamson, safe ty manager for NAS Jacksonville. We want everybody to just calm down a little bit and drive sensibly. Glenn Williams, deputy director of security for NAS Jacksonville, iden tified several heavily travelled inter sections on base as critical, including Birmingham and Allegheny, Yorktown and Allegheny, Yorktown and Wasp, and Child and Birmingham. We also have the two lane changes a day on Yorktown and Birmingham, which affect our traffic pattern and cause driv ing issues, he said. Under direction of the commanding officer, the security department is add ing extra patrols to get the traffic viola tions under control. We are going to be stepping up our See SPEEDERS, Page 6

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2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 From staff June 14 1777 John Paul Jones takes com mand of Ranger. 1777 Continental Congress adopts design of present U.S. Flag. (Flag Day) 1847 Commodore Matthew Perry launches amphibious river operations by Sailors and Marines on Tabasco River, Mexico. 1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt signs Naval Expansion Act to construct ships to increase Navy tonnage by 11 percent. 1985 SW2 Robert Stethem of Underwater Construction Team 1 was killed by terrorist hijackers of TWA Flight 847. He later received a Bronze Star for his heroism. June 15 1944 Fifth Fleet lands Marines on Saipan, under the cover of naval gun fire, in conquest of Marianas. 1963 Launching of combat store ship, Mars (AFS-1), first of new class of underway replenishment ships. 1991 Two battle groups and amphib ious ships evacuate dependents and Air Force personnel from Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines after Mount Pinatubo erupts. June 16 1898 U.S. squadron bombards Santiago, Cuba. 1942 Congress authorized an increase in the airship strength of the Navy to 200 lighter-than-air craft. 1958 The Pacific Missile Range in Point Mugu, Calif., is established under Navy management to provide range support to the Department of Defense and other government agencies in guid ed missiles, satellite and space vehicle development and training. 1965 Navy Department schedules reactivation of hospital ship Repose (AH-16), first hospital ship activated for Vietnam Conflict. June 17 1833 USS Delaware enters dry dock at Gosport Navy Yard in Norfolk, Va., the first warship to enter a public dry dock in the United States. 1870 USS Mohican burns Mexican pirate ship Forward. 1898 Navy Hospital Corps estab lished. 1940 Chief of Naval Operations asks Congress for money to build two-ocean Navy. June 18 1812 U.S. declares war on Great Britain for impressments of Sailors and interference with commerce. 1942 First African-American officer, Bernard Robinson, commissioned in Naval Reserve. 1951 The ZPN-1 airship makes its first flight. 1957 CNO approves ship character istics of the Fleet Ballistic Missile sub marine. June 19 1864 USS Kearsarge sinks Confederate raider Alabama off France. 1944 Battle of the Philippine Sea begins (The Marianas Turkey Shoot). 1948 Chief of Naval Operations assigns three destroyers to U.N. media tor for the Palestine truce. 1959 ZPG-3W, the largest non-rigid airship ever built, was the first of four airships designed for use in air warn ing patrol. It was delivered to NAS Lakehurst, N.J. June 20 1813 Fifteen U.S. gunboats engage three British ships in Hampton Roads, Va. 1815 Trials of Fulton I, built by Robert Fulton, are completed in New York. This ship would become the Navys first steam-driven warship. 1898 U.S. forces occupied Guam, which became first colony of U.S. in the Pacific. 1913 First fatal accident in Naval Aviation, Ensign W. D. Billingsley killed at Annapolis, Md. 1934 Commander in Chief, Asiatic Fleet Admiral Frank Upham reports to CNO that based on analyses of Japanese radio traffic, any attack by (Japan) would be made without previous dec laration of war or intentional warning. 1944 Battle of Philippine Sea ends with Japanese losing two aircraft carri ers and hundreds of aircraft. 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 S hall 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 JAX AIR NEWS can be reached at (904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, e-mail JaxAirNews@ comcast.net or write the JAX AIR NEWS, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, FL, 32212-5000. The JAX AIR NEWS is published by The Florida Times-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 by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regarding advertisements should be directed to: Ellen S. Rykert, Publisher 1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202 904-359-4168 Advertising Sales (904) 359-4168 (800) 472-6397, Ext. 4168 FAX (904) 366-6230 Commanding Officer Capt. Michael Connor Executive Officer Capt. Brian Weiss Command Master Chief CMDCM(AW/SW) Jeffery Waters Public Affairs Officer Kaylee LaRocque Public Affairs Specialist Julie M. Lucas Staff Writer MC1(SW) Brian Reynolds Editor Reggie Jarrett Design/Layout George Atchley This Week in Navy History U.S. Navy photo A Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune assigned to Patrol Squadron 7 flies over the Atlantic. This was the last U.S.-built model of the Neptune, with yet another up-rated Wright Cyclone radial engine with water-methanol injection generating 4,000 h.p. for take-off. The P2V-7 was the first Neptune to feature J34 turbojet engines fitted on the production line, as opposed to retrofitted in the field. The P2V-7 was redesignated P-2H in 1962 and retired from military service in 1984. Navy releases new career sea pay guidelines From Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs The Navy announced changes to Career Sea Pay (CSP) June 8 in NAVADMIN 143/18. The NAVADMIN provides new guide lines for CSP entitlement criteria for vari ous operational units and staffs. The changes include: New guidelines for special boat units, expeditionary boat units, and landing craft utility units (LCU) to receive daily CSP rates. All afloat staffs, with the exception of 7th Fleet and Carrier Strike Group 5 staffs, will now earn daily CSP, only for days spent either underway or embarked for eight continuous hours. CSP provides a special payment in rec ognition of the greater than normal rig ors of sea duty, the arduous duty involved in long deployments, and the repetitive nature of assignment to such duty. For more details on changes to CSP, read NAVADMIN 143/18 at www.npc.navy.mil. U.S. 4th Fleet hosts 10th anniversary symposium From U.S. 4th Fleet Public Affairs Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/ U.S. 4th Fleet, Rear Adm. Sean Buck and staff hosted a 10th anniversary symposium as a way to celebrate 4th Fleets reestablishment, June 1. The symposium included a panel discussion between part ner nation senior naval leader ship and former 4th Fleet com manders. The purpose of the panel was to invoke discussion cov ering common issues shared between the U.S. and partner nation navies. It was also an opportunity for local govern ment and industry leaders who attended to learn about the significant role 4th Fleet plays within the region. The panel was comprised of admirals from U.S. and partner nations including: Rear Adm. Buck, Rear Adm. (Ret) Sinclair Harris, Rear Adm. (Ret) Victor Guillory, Brazilian Rear Adm. Alexandre Rabello de Faria, Chilean Vice Adm. Ronald McIntyre, Colombian Vice Adm. Evelio Ramrez Gafaro, and Peruvian Rear Adm. Alberto Alcala Luna. Following the panel dis cussion, guests toured the 4th Fleet facilities campus and were given a history brief detailing current and past operations. In order to know where youre going, you need to know where youve been, comment ed Cmdr. Erik Reynolds, 4th Fleet public affairs officer. Here at 4th Fleet, we have a rich history steeped in building relationships and taking every opportunity to engage with our partners to the south. U.S. 4th Fleet was first estab lished in in 1943 to help pro tect the vital allied shipping lanes in the South Atlantic. Throughout WWII, 4th Fleet is credited with sinking 18 German U-boats, 1 Italian submarine and halted or sunk an uncounted number of axis blockade runners. 4th Fleet was redesignated to Task Force 27 at the end of the war and was not stood back up until 2008 by then Chief of Naval Operations Gary Roughead. Now, U.S. 4th Fleet supports U.S. Southern Commands joint and combined full-spectrum military operations by pro viding principally sea-based, forward presence to ensure freedom of maneuver in the maritime domain, to foster and sustain cooperative relation ships with international part ners and to fully exploit the sea as maneuver space in order to enhance regional security and promote peace, stability, and prosperity in the Caribbean, Central and South American regions. FBI hosting career event From the FBI The FBI Jacksonville Applicant Unit is hosting an Ask an Agent event to answer career-related questions for individuals interest ed in pursuing employment as a Special Agent with the FBI June 29. Professionals from all back grounds including finance/ accounting, computer science/IT, engineering, military, law enforce ment, legal, and business are encouraged to register. Advance registration is required. Qualified registrants will be pro vided with additional instructions. Subject: Want to be a Special Agent in the FBI? Ask an Agent When: Friday, June 29, 34:30 p.m. Location: Southside Jacksonville. Additional instruc tions will be provided to those who qualify Instructions: To register, email your name and resume to applicants.jacksonville@fbi. gov by close of business June 11. Additional information may be found on the FBI Jacksonville website: https://www.fbi.gov/con tact-us/field-offices/jacksonville/ recruitment. Photos by MC2(SW) Michael Hendricks U.S. Navy Rear Adm. (Ret) Sinclair Harris speaks at the U.S. 4th Fleet 10th Anniversary Symposium as a panel member along with other U.S. and partner nation flag officers. Scott Kerns, a contractor assigned to U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet gives a history brief during a tour for guests who attended the 4th Fleet 10th Anniversary Symposium. Photo by MC2 Alyssa Weeks

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 3 VP-16 holds change of command ceremony By Lt. j.g. Branden Thomas VP-16 Public Affairs Officer Cmdr. Troy Tartaglia relieved Cmdr. Amanda Hawkins as the command ing officer of Patrol Squadron (VP) 16 aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville June 1. During the change of command ceremony, Hawkins was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal by Capt. James Robinson, commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 11. This award was issued on behalf of the President of the United States for her outstanding meritorious service as commanding officer of VP-16 from April 2017 to June 2018. As commanding officer of VP-16, she oversaw 1,206 sorties totaling 6,843 flight hours. In addition, she led the squadron through a U.S. 6 th Fleet deployment executing missions in sup port of Operation Inherent Resolve and 30 detachments including Joint Warrior-17, Dynamic Mongoose-17, and the 45 th annual Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) exercise. Hawkins mission statement to her command was, Excellence at the basics. Achieving this goal, VP-16 earned the 2017 Chief of Naval Operations Aviation Safety Award, Grampaw Pettibone Award, Retention Excellence Award and Captain Arnold Jay Isbell Trophy under her leadership. Tartaglia is a native of Elko, Nevada. He graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration in 2000 and was awarded a Master of Business Administration from the University of Florida in 2008. A career naval aviator, Tartaglias mar itime patrol and reconnaissance tours include VP-4, instructor duty with VP-30, and serving as a depart ment head with VP-45. He also served as a flag lieutenant for Commander, Carrier Strike Group 11 and flag aide to the Commander, Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center, Fallon, Nevada. Tartaglia completed additional tours as an action officer within the Joint Staff, J-3, Reconnaissance Operations Division and as deputy executive assis tant to the Director for Operations and Director, Joint Staff, Washington, D.C. Tartaglia is a designated joint quali fied officer. Cmdr. Michael Bukolt, Jr., a native of Syracuse, New York, joins VP-16 as executive officer. A naval flight officer, Bukolt joins VP-16 following a tour with U.S. Africa Command J8 in Stuttgart, Germany. Tartaglia and Bukolt will continue to build on the proud history of VP-16 and prepare the squadron for its upcoming deployment to U.S 7 th and 4 th Fleets. NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Jacksonville ELRT named NAVSUP Logistics Team of the Year From NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Jacksonville Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center Jacksonvilles (FLCJ) Enterprise Logistics Response Team (ELRT) was honored as the 2017 NAVSUP Logistics Team of the Year during a town hall held at NAVSUP Headquarters May 30. Lt. Cmdr. Alejandra Holch, FLCJ operations officer, accepted the award on behalf of the team. It was an honor to represent the command and the ELRT during the award presentation. We cannot thank the NAVSUP Enterprise, FLC San Diego and FLC Puget Sound enough for their support, quick response and profession alism in our time of need. The ELRT is a quick-response team composed of active duty and reserve sailors who are qualified for critical skillsets in logistics functions, includ ing postal operations, material han dling, contracting/purchasing, fuels operations and hazardous material management. The team can deploy in a matter of hours in support of a contingency or emergency response operation any where in the world. The NAVSUP ELRTs first activation deployed to the Southeast Region in support of FLCJs hurricane response operations conducted throughout Florida and South Georgia, as well as Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The Logistics Team of the Year Award is bestowed on a NAVSUP team for pro fessionalism, leadership and innovative thinking that has enhanced logistics throughout the Department of the Navy. NAVSUP FLC Jacksonville, one of eight fleet logistics centers under Navy Supply Systems Command, provides operational logistics, business and sup port services to fleet, shore and indus trial commands of the Navy, Coast Guard, Military Sealift Command and other joint and allied forces. Services include contracting, region al transportation, fuel, material man agement, household goods movement support, postal and consolidated mail, warehousing, global logistics and hus banding, hazardous material manage ment and integrated logistics support. Cmdr. Troy Tartaglia assumes his duties as commanding officer of Patrol Squadron 16 at the change of command ceremony June 1 in the ceremonial han gar. Photos by William C. Andrews Colors is paraded at the start of the change of command ceremony for Patrol Squadron 16 June 1. Courtesy photo Rear Adm. Jonathan Yuen, com mander, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP), left, presents Lt. Cmdr. Alejandra Holch, opera tions officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Jacksonville, with the 2018 NAVSUP Logistics Team of the Year award during a ceremony at NAVSUP Headquarters May 30.

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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 Friends and families return to shore at the Mulberry Cove Marina as they cel ebrate National Marina Day June 9. Photos by Demi M. Cruz Families set out on the St. Johns River in canoes and kayaks at the Mulberry Cove Marina in honor of National Marina Day June 9. A young girl happily launches out into the river on a stand-up paddle board provided by the Mulberry Cove Marina in honor of National Marina Day June 9. Families celebrated National Marina Day at the Mulberry Cove Marina June 9 by taking free kayak rentals onto the St. Johns River. Guests receive free hot dogs, chips and drinks as they celebrate National Marina Day at the Mulberry Cove Marina.

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 5 Fun in the sun with MWR By Demi M. Cruz MWR Assistant Marketing Director The Morale, Welfare & Recreation (MWR) Department kicked off the summer season with National Marina Day and a Summer Splash Pool Party June 9. More than 150 patrons start ed the day relaxing on the St. Johns River at the Mulberry Cove Marina. In honor of National Marina Day, everyone was invited to enjoy free kayak, canoe and stand up paddle board rentals, plus 10 percent off all rental boats all day long. There was a hot dog roast from 11 a.m. 2 p.m. that included chips and drinks all for free. Next, the Summer Splash Pool Party kicked off at noon at the Outdoor Pool. More than 735 people gathered to cool off while enjoying music, contests and prizes available for kids. Attendees plunged down the waterslide and could be seen enjoying free hot dogs, sodas, chips, popsicles and ice cream floats for the celebration. Adult swim was held every hour and children would play in the splash pad and park. There are many more fun activities and events coming this summer and you dont want to miss out! For more information, visit the MWR website www.navymwrjack sonville.com. Attendees stand in line at the outdoor pool snack shack ready to receive free hot dogs, popsicles, chips, sodas and ice cream floats at the kick-off Summer Splash Pool Party June 9. MWR Aquatics Coordinator Tara Mayer assists Reece and Ryder Plummer as they check out a life jacket at the Summer Splash Pool Party. Families gather at the outdoor pool for the Summer Splash Pool Party June 9. This is just the first in a series of summer parties aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville. A crowd of swimmers gather to compete in the cannonball competition during the Summer Splash Pool Party June 9 at the outdoor pool. River Plummer rushes down the playground steps at the outdoor pool during the Summer Splash Pool Party June 9. (From left) Friends Monique Smith, Angel Mota and Destiny Davis relax on floats for adult swim during the Summer Splash Pool Party.

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6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 actions to enforce the speed limit, Connor said. We are looking to increase our enforcement actions and we are looking to partner with Jacksonville Sheriffs Office and some other options to try to increase the severity of the penalty. A new roadside speed awareness indicator has also been purchased by the security department and will be deployed soon. The monitor will display the speed motorists are traveling, and it will also have the capa bility of tracking the number of speeding violations. Anyone getting a moving violation aboard NAS Jacksonville will have to complete a driving class to maintain their base driving privilege. Violations include speeding, cell phone use while driving, rolling through a stop sign and running a red light. If you receive a moving violation, you have 60 days to either take a class that we offer at the safety office or go online and take a class, but you need to bring proof that you completed a traffic safety class, Williamson said. If you have not completed a class after 60 days, you are either going to get a letter saying your driving privileges are revoked or you are going to come up to the gate, and if they scan your CAC card, you will not be allowed to enter the installation. The NAS Jacksonville Safety Office offers free driv ing safety courses three or four times a month on weekdays, as well as offering a monthly Saturday class. The capacity for the course is 35 students per class. For more information on the class and schedule avail ability, call 542-3082. So far, we have been fortunate that no one has been injured or hurt, Connor said. But it is a only a matter of time before someone is hurt with people driving that fast. 4th Fleet hosts staff talks with Peruvian naval delegation From U.S. 4th Fleet Public Affairs Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet, Rear Adm. Sean Buck, and staff host ed Peruvian Chief of Staff of General Command of Pacific Operations, Rear Adm. Alberto Alcal Luna and his staff for Maritime Staff Talks (MST), June 4-6. The MST with senior Peruvian naval officers supports the U.S. global mari time strategy by building and strength ening working partnerships with regional partners by improving interop erability with face-to-face meetings. Looking back over the last year, Id like to use these talks this week to focus on the progression of interoperability, said Buck. Its only going to be through the coordinated efforts of the Peruvian navy and the U.S. maritime services working together, that we will be able to achieve both our objectives, were going to demonstrate our long term commitment to one another and fur ther the trust and confidence that we have between us. Upon the conclusion of the MST, both nations will have a stronger working relationship and clear-cut goals for the upcoming year to enhance interopera bility through numerous multinational exercises. I will say to our relationship is increasing day by day, said Alcal. My staff and I will continue to make the extra effort and take extra time to do these MSTs, because as you said Adm. Buck, UNITAS was a very good exercise and it shows that when working togeth er, we can do anything. Peru is slated to participate in exer cises UNITAS and PANAMAX later this year. These multi-lateral exercises help improve the ability of participating naval forces to work and operate effec tively in complex environments. U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet (USNAVSO/ FOURTHFLT) fulfills the maritime role within U.S. Southern Commands joint and combined military opera tions. USNAVSO/FOURTHFLT employs maritime forces in cooperative mari time security operations to maintain access, fortify the ability of U.S. forces to work together with part ner nations, and build enduring partnerships with the ultimate goal of enhancing regional secu rity and promoting peace, stability, and prosperity in the Caribbean, Central, and South American regions. Peruvian Rear Adm. Alberto Alcala deliv ers opening remarks dur ing maritime staff talks with the U.S. and Peruvian navies. Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet, Rear Adm. Sean Buck delivers opening remarks during maritime staff talks (MST) with representatives from the Peruvian navy June 1. MST's support the U.S. global maritime strat egy by building and strengthening working partnerships with regional partners by improving interoperability with face-toface meetings. Photos by MC2(SW) Michael Hendricks SPEEDERS From Page 1 Photo by Reggie Jarrett Naval Air Station Security Officer Jose Bonilla watch es for speeders on Yorktown Avenue with his Lidar speed detector June 6.

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 7 Criminal Investigation Service (NCIS). The drill evaluated how well all of the services worked together. We evaluated securitys response, Butters said. The integration for this particular drill was using the crisis nego tiators from JSO. We evaluated how well they integrated at the incident command post and how they worked with the NCIS agent to get the information about the suspect and formu late a plan to get the hostages out of the building. The drill also gauged the identification and detonation of a PCIED. What we did today was train with an individual wearing a PCIED, which is essentially a suicide vest or a stress vest, said Mike McAninch, range safety firearms instructor for NAS Jacksonville. It is manu ally operated by CO2 cartridg es with a dead mans switch to simulate the most real-world training as possible. It has good visual acuities to it. It has an audible pop to it. It looks like what a bad guy in a real-world situation would have. Butters believes the outcome of the exercise was a complete success. The overall outcome as we look any exercise like this is number one, were there any safety issues? Butters said. There were no safety issues. No one got hurt and no equip ment was broken, so that makes this exercise fully successful. The exercise also provided a training opportunity for 11 forensic science students from Keiser University. We try to get our students out for field trips and exercis es outside of the classroom, because Keiser as a career col lege, is very big on the practical side of things, said Tom Brady, a forensic science instructor at Keiser University. We alternate lecture with good hands-on training. Exercises like these help security personnel become aware of potential threats and bolster their ability to be able to fully respond should a force protection situation arise. We want to learn through a drill, Butters said. We dont want to learn during a realworld situation on the fly. It also exercises our communi cations which is essential with multiple agencies on scene. HOSTAGE From Page 1 Sailors exit the CPO 365 Training Building after being released during a hostage taking drill at Naval Air Station Jacksonville June 7. Photos by MC1 Brian G. Reynolds and Reggie Jarrett IT1 Tyler Simonsen simulates taking hostages during a drill aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville June 7. AC1 Kody Dannelly is restrained during a hostage taking drill at Naval Air Station Jacksonville. IT1 Tyler Simonsen plays the role of a per petrator during a hostage taking exercise on Naval Air Station Jacksonville. The drill was part of a force protection exercise that measures the response of security protocols during the event of a hostage situation. Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville Security Department, Naval Criminal Investigative Service and the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office joined forces to participate in the hostage negotiation drill aboard NAS Jacksonville June 7. MA2 Brandon Barnes stands ready dur ing the hostage negotiation drill aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville June 7. The drill took place in the CPO 365 Training Building on Mustin Road. IT1 Tyler Simonsen peeks out the window while speaking with hostage negotiators over a cell phone during a drill aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville June 7.

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8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 briefing on the beginning of what the Navy calls the 101 Critical Days of Summer. Polito leaned slightly forward in the pew, with his elbows on his knees and his hands folded. Hes tired. The previous night, he didnt sleep at all. In mere moments, a video would begin that would lay bare to his whole detachment the tragedies of which, up till now, they were still unaware. This last week has been tough, he said. In an effort to help his Sailors understand the disas trous effects of driving under the influence and alco hol-related incidents, Polito had agreed to take part in a public service announcement created by the FRCSE public affairs office. In the video, Polito recounts the deaths of his brother, Anthony, in 1985, and his son also named Anthony after his brother in 2011. Both life-changing tragedies were due, in part, to drinking and driving. The decision to take part in the PSA was not an easy one. Hed only taken over as officer in charge of the detachment in late April, and revealing such personal blows is never a river crossed easily. I actually thought about telling the Sailors about it, you know, like saying this is what happened, he told the public affairs staff in April. But then I thought Id keep my personal things to myself. I dont know, maybe you guys could help. What took shape was a stark look into the life of a family member left behind by a loved ones choice to drive under the influence of alcohol. But his story is more than that. Im not looking for anyone to feel sorry for me, he said. Every day, I strive to be the best officer I can be the best person I can be to live my life in a way that honors them. The tearing open of old wounds, as painful as it was, was done for his Sailors, Polito said. If doing this can save one life or keep one Sailor out of trouble, itll be worth it, he said. As the video began playing at All Saints Chapel that Thursday, a palpable silence fell over the Sailors gath ered. Gasps were audible during certain points of the film. When it ended, Polito stood up from the pew and stood in front of his Sailors. So the message there is, dont drink and drive, he said. Then he began again, curtly, OK, moving on He began to speak about how risks increase during the 101 Critical Days of Summer, about how travel ing, water sports and the dangers inherent in some of these activities the Navy and Marine Corps lost 26 service members to off-duty incidents during the same period in 2017. Then he stopped. I have to get my thoughts together, he said. That film did something to me. This week has been a hard week. After he finished his portion of the brief, he returned to his seat among a chapel-full of his shipmates. FRCSE From Page 1 NAS Jax kicks off Family Engagement Program By MC1 (SW) Brian G. Reynolds NAS Jacksonville Assistant Public Affairs Officer The Navy Child and Youths Programs (CYP) and the Child Development Center (CDC) is kicking off a Family Engagement Program that is aimed at encouraging parents to become more engaged with the CDC and more involved with childrens pro grams aboard Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville. The Family Engagement Program encourages parents to become involved with a variety of activities such as read ing to children, chaperoning field trips, volunteering for special events and assisting with daily routines. The Family Engagement Program is an attempt to get parents more involved in the program, said Mary Grenier, the CDC director. It could be something as easy as coming in and reading a book to chil dren, attending a parent education class, or coming to our parent involve ment board meetings. The Family Engagement Program also incorporates classes that are aimed at enhancing parenting skills, providing new ideas for parent-child interaction and promote networking between par ents. We have some parent education classes set up already, Grenier. We offer about six or seven throughout the year. We also do a quarterly Parent Involvement Board meeting. The quarterly Parent Involvement Board provides updates on all of the Child and Youth Programs, childrens activities and parenting information. The Family Engagement Program also has a system in place where par ents can earn points for participating in different activities and can earn dis counts on childcare. Once parents amass 10 points, that equals a $30 discount, Grenier said. There is a maximum of $30 per month per household. It is only for children who are enrolled fulltime. Grenier encourages all parents to become involved in the program. She welcomes all parents to come and see how the program works. Parents are very busy nowadays, Grenier said. We encourage them to come and see what we do here not just dropping them off and picking them up. We have something called Family First Fridays where we are trying to get par ents to come and participate on the first Friday of the month. Interested parents who want to learn more about the Family Engagement Program are encouraged to contact the CYP on NAS Jacksonville. MA2 Robert Muccino (right), a military working dog handler with the Naval Air Station Jacksonville Security Department happily accepts an All-Pro Service award from former Jacksonville Jaguars player and motivational speaker Donovin Darius during the fifth annual Donovin Darius Father's Day Celebration at Daily's Place June 9. Muccino is the father of a 5-year-old son and will soon be transfer ring to Virginia. "I really appreciate this opportunity to be recognized and am very thankful for this award," said Muccino. Photos by Anthony Casullo Celebrating fathers Former Jacksonville Jaguars and motivational speaker Donovin Darius (left) pres ents MA1 David Smith of the Naval Air Station Jacksonville Security Department with an All-Pro Service award June 9 in recognition of his sacrifice, commitment and discipline serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. Smith was recognized during the fifth annual Donovin Darius Father's Day Celebration at Daily's Place in downtown Jacksonville. Smith, a military working dog handler, is a father of six children. "Our family is a team. As any large family, we have our ups and downs but we stick together and support each other so our family is successful and we achieve happiness as a unit," said Smith. Navy Expo Richard English of CSS Presentation Systems (left) discusses audiovisual products with Lt. Cmdr. Donald Gardner (front), and YN1(SW/ AW) Samuel Lee of Fleet Logistics Support Center Jacksonville during the annual Navy Expo at the Rivercove Catering and Conference Center June 7. The company was one of 76 contractors who displayed their products to more than 200 military and civilian employees who attended the event. Photo by Julie M. Lucas

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10 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 The heat is on, stay cool By Susanne Greene Naval Safety Center Public Affairs In the last five years the U.S. Navy has recorded 698 instances of heat stress, two of which were fatal. Working or playing in hot weather can lead to illness or death if youre not prepared. To minimize the likelihood of heat-related illness, Sailors and civilians should familiarize themselves with the Heat Stress Index and avoid strenuous activ ity or the heaviest work during the hottest times of the day, said Capt. Paul J. DeMieri, M.D., the Naval Safety Centers Flight Surgeon. They should hydrate frequently, about a cup of water every 15-to-20 minutes in extreme heat, and avoid consuming liquids with any caffeine or alcohol. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the heat index takes into account both humidity and air temperature. The higher the heat index, the hotter the air tem perature feels, since sweat does not evaporate and cool the skin. OSHA and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) report that most common heat-related illnesses are heat stroke, heat exhaustion, heat rash, and heat cramps. Its important to become familiar with signs of heat illness and know the basics of how to start treatment, DeMieri said. Heat Exhaustion is a serious heat-related illness. Symptoms include elevated body temperature, decreased urine output, headache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, weakness, irritability, thirst, and excessive sweating. If you notice these signs in a shipmate, take them to a medical clinic or dial 911. While you are waiting for medical personnel to arrive, move the person to a cooler area and give them liquids to drink, remove all unnecessary clothing, place a cool compress on their head, neck and face or have them wash their head, neck and face with cold water. Heat Stroke is the most dangerous heat illness and can lead to death if not treated immediately. Symptoms of a heat stroke are elevated body tempera ture, confusion, seizures, hot, dry skin or excessive sweating, or loss of consciousness. If you notice these symptoms in a shipmate, dial 911 immediately. Also, move the person to a cool area, wet them with cool water, place cold wet clothes, or ice on their body and stay with the person until help arrives. DeMieri said its important to take all heat illnesses seriously. Heat cramps are usually caused by exercise or heavy exertion in warm weather and most commonly affect localized muscle groups, he said. They can be a precursor to more severe heat-related injury and can usually be managed with rest, decreased activity, and increased fluid intake. Take the following steps to keep cool when work ing outdoors: drink water or sports drinks frequently, make sure to eat regular meals throughout the day, schedule frequent rest periods and create a buddy system so you and your shipmates can check on one another. Photos by Jacob Sippel HA Shelby Hall measures a newborn girl (being held by mom) during a two-week check-up at Naval Hospital Jacksonvilles Pediatrics Clinic. Hall, a native of Rowlett, Texas, says, I enjoy the opportunities to help enhance peoples lives. I get to see chil dren and their beautiful smiles every day. The Navy Hospital Corps celebrates 120 years of service June 17. Hospital corpsmen take a pledge to faithfully per form all of their duties, to hold the care of the sick and injured to be a privilege and a sacred trust, and assist the medical officer with loyalty and honesty. Naval Hospital Corps celebrates 120th birthday HN Sarah Rader hands a surgical instrument to Lt. Cmdr. Erin Hamersley (an ear, nose and throat physician) during a procedure at Naval Hospital Jacksonvilles operating room. Rader, a native of Reno, Nevada, says, As a corpsman, I get to experi ence some great things in the clinic and the operating room. I feel like medicine is always evolving and its exciting to be a part of that. Corpsmen play a key role in the medical and dental readiness of Sailors and Marines. HM2 Lynsay Williams discusses hip surgery recovery with Babatina Ramsey as she rides a stationary bike at Naval Hospital Jacksonvilles Physical Therapy Clinic. Williams, a native of Jacksonville, says, I love interacting with the patients and seeing their prog ress. They come in here and need physical therapy and its just a pleasure watching them get healthier with each visit. HN Dre James, an orthopedic technician at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, applies a short-leg cast on a Sailor inside the orthopedics clinic. James, a native of Arlington, Texas, says, The Hospital Corps has such a rich tradition and its an honor to be a part of that illustrious group. My favorite part of working in orthopedics is being able to work with my hands. It keeps me on my toes. HM2 Sara Bookall, a laboratory technician at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, studies a blood sample with a microscope. Bookall, a native of Clarendon, Jamaica, says, Whatever were doing here in the laboratory, it helps the doctors in their treatment of the patients. We understand our role and strive for excellence. Established June 17, 1898, the Hospital Corps cares for Sailors and Marines on the battlefield, at sea, under the sea, and in military treatment facilities worldwide. Photo by Julie M. Lucas Donating to save lives OneBlood Phlebotomist Shawn Welsh prepares BMSN Destinee O'Brien of the 1st Lieutenant Division at Naval Air Station Jacksonville for her blood donation during a blood drive at the base chapel June 6. The chapel exceeded its goal of 10 units by 40 percent and has another drive planned for Aug. 8.

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 11 A Construction and Manufacturing Job Fair will be held June 14 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the FSCJ Deerwood Center, Room B1204, 9911 Old Baymeadows Road, Jacksonville. To pre-register, go to https:// tinyurl.com/con-man-jobfair61418 National Association for Retired Federal Employees Orange Park Chapter, meets at the Orange Park library on the third Tuesday of each month (excluding summer months) at 1:30 p.m. Featured are guest speakers from local, state and federal agencies. For more information, call Linda Fleming at 838-7617. Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter 38 Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 9 a.m. 3 p.m., and Wednesday, 5:30 7:30 p.m. at 470 Madeira Dr., Orange Park. Call 2692945 or email: davchapter38@comcast. net www.davchapter38.com HandsOn Jacksonville seeks active duty military and veterans to lead volunteer efforts that address pressing community issues. Training is ongoing. Contact Tanja Goulet at 904-332-6767 or tanja@ handsonjacksonville.org COMPASS Spouse-to-Spouse Military Mentoring Program. Helping others help themselves. Visit www.gocompass.org for more info. Navy Wives Clubs of America No. 86 to the Thrift Store at the NAS Jax Yorktown gate. Contact Chris McCloskey (904) 3471447 or Amy Johnson (904) 303-9437. Fleet Reserve Association Branch 290 p.m., 390 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach. Call 246-6855. Reserve Association First Coast Branch 91 General Assembly meets monthly on the second Tuesday at 7 p.m., 5391 Collins Road., Jax 32244. www. FRA91. org or call 269-7436. Association of Aviation Ordnancemen meets the third Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center, 5391 Collins Road. For information, visit www. aao9.com. Orange Park Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 5968 and its Auxiliary located at 187 Aurora Boulevard. meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 7:30 organization composed of combat veterans and eligible service members from the active, Guard or Reserve forces. Go to www.vfwpost5968.org. or call (904) 2765968. Offers breakfast every Sunday 7am 11am at NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) needs volunteers to assist military retirees and dependents. Work four hours a day, one day per week. Call 542-5790 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays to volunteer. Ribbons & Roses a breast cancer support group at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. Call 542-7857 for more info. is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., on the 2 nd Clay County Administration Building at 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs. For an appointment, call 904-269-6326. Military Caregivers Peer-to-Peer Forum. Share practical information based on your personal experiences. Meet every last Thursday of the month from 2-4 p.m. at Fleet and Family Support Center. Call 542-5745. Association (NNOA) meets the fourth Thursday of each month at 5 p.m. at Jacksonville Urban League 903 Union Street West Jacksonville. For information, contact Paul Nix at 542-2518 or paul.nix@ navy.mil Community Calendar NEX to sell commissary gift cards From Navy Exchange Command Public Affairs The Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) and the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) have teamed up to sell commissary gift cards at a NEX near you! June 4 marked the official launch of commissary gift cards at 43 NEX locations. Robert Bianchi, chief executive offi cer, NEXCOM, and interim direc tor and chief executive officer, DeCA, announced this collaboration and par ticipated in joint launch event June 4 at NEX Oceana. NEXCOM and DeCA teams have provided a win-win for our shared patrons, said Bianchi. This coordinated effort seeks to provide our deserving customers additional con venience and throughout the year our teams will be continuing the collabora tion on other joint opportunities and events for our service members and their families. The DeCA gift card can be loaded with an amount range of $5-$300. These gift cards will be located at NEX registers at the front of the stores. This is a great partnership for NEX and Commissary co-patrons, said Melissa DodsonDozier, NEXCOM, district vice president of Tidewater region. At NEXCOM we strive to provide quality goods at a sav ings and by serving those who serve us! DeCAs Bob Bunch, agency gift card program manager, agreed. This is a major move forward for our program, and we are happy to work with the Navy Exchange to provide another opportu nity to give the gift of groceries to our military and their families.

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12 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 Golf Summer League forming The league is open to active duty, selective reservists, DoD civilians, DoD contractors, military spouses assigned to a command at NAS Jacksonville and retirees. The league is played on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. Teams are comprised of two golfers from the same command playing best ball for 18 holes. The cost is $20 per person each week. All interested personnel should contact the NAS Jax Sports Department at 542-2930 to receive a copy of the rules and the required forms to register for the league. Greybeard Basketball League forming The league is open to active duty, selective reservists, DoD civilians, DoD contractors, dependent spouses assigned to a command at NAS Jacksonville and retirees age 30 and up. The games are played at lunchtime on Tuesdays and Thursdays. All interested personnel should call 542-2930. Intramural Basketball League forming The league is open to active duty, selective reservists, DoD civilians, DoD contractors, dependent spouses assigned to a command at NAS Jacksonville and retirees. The games are played in the evenings. All interested personnel should call 542-2930. Badminton Singles League forming The league is open to active duty, selective reservists, DOD civilians, DOD Contractors, Dependent spouses assigned to a command at NAS Jacksonville and Retirees. The games are played at lunchtime. All interested personnel should contact the NAS Jax Sports Department at 542-2930 to receive a copy of the rules and the required forms to register for the league. Wallyball League forming The league is open to active duty, selective reservists, DOD civilians, DOD Contractors, Dependent spouses assigned to a command at NAS Jacksonville and Retirees. The games are played in the evenings. All interested personnel should contact the NAS Jax Sports Department at 542-2930 to receive a copy of the rules and the required forms to register for the league. Bean Bag Toss Tournament June 18 The tournament is open to active duty, selective reservists, dependent spouses, DOD civilians, and DOD contractor men assigned to a command at NAS Jacksonville. The tournament starts at 5 p.m. and will be held at the pavilion Participants will earn participation points Athletics to sign up by June 15. Tennis lessons and clinics now offered on base We now have a professional tennis instructor on base to offer tennis lessons to all authorized MWR patrons. Interested personnel can contact the base gym at 542-2930 to get more information about the tennis lessons and to make an appointment for a lesson. Private Lessons Adults and Juniors: 60 minutes = $40 90 minutes = $60 Additional hours if person takes more than two hours per week = $25 Semi-Private (2 people) Lessons Adults and Juniors: 60 minutes = $20 each person Group/Clinic Lessons (3 or more people taking lesson(s) together : Adults: 3-8 people (60 minutes for 3 people; 90 min for 4 or more people) = $15 per person Note: The minimum of each clinic is 3 people and maximum is 8. For more information about any of the sports articles, Call Bill Bonser at 5422930/3239 or e-mail bill.bonser@navy.mil Visit the MWR website at www.cnic.navy. mil or www.facebook.com nasjaxmwr. NAS Jax Sports Fleet and Family Support Center offers life skills workshops From FFSC Public Affairs Your NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and Support Program is the foremost preventive measure for growth in personal and family issues. All FFSC workshops and classes are free to service members and their families. Preregistration is required at 542-5745. If special accommodations or handicapped access is required, please notify FFSC upon registration. The following is the schedule for 2018: Ombudsman Basic Training Aug. 19-21 (8 a.m. 4 p.m.), Nov. 12-15 (5:30-10 p.m.) Transition Assistance Program (TAP) Separation Workshop (7:30 a.m. 4:15 p.m.) June 17-21, July 8-12, July 15-19, Aug. 5-9, Aug. 19-23, Sept. 9-13, Sept. 16-20, Oct. 7-11, Oct. 21-25, Nov. 4-8, Dec. 2-6. Transition Assistance Program (TAP) Retirement Workshop (7:30 a.m. 4:15 p.m.) June 24-28, July 22-26, Aug. 26-30, Sept. 23-27, Oct. 28-Nov. 1, Nov. 18-22, Dec. 16-20. Federal Employment Workshop (9 a.m. noon) Aug. 16, Sept. 6, Oct. 17, Nov. 27, Dec. 11. (Noon-3 p.m.) July 2. Job Search & Interview Techniques Workshop (8-9:30 a.m.) July 15, Sept. 5, Nov. 25. Resumes & Cover Letters Workshop (9:40 a.m. noon) July 15, Sept. 5, Nov. 25. Million Dollar Sailor Workshop (7:30 a.m. 4 p.m.) Aug. 14-15, Nov. 13-14. Command Financial Specialist Training (7:30 a.m. 4 p.m.) Sept. 30-Oct. 4, Dec. 9-13. Money, Debt and Credit Management Workshop (8-11 a.m.) July 2, Oct. 15. Strategies for First-time Home Buyers (1-3:30 p.m.) Sept. 4. Strategies for Best Deals in Car Buying (9-10:30 a.m.) Aug. 12, Nov. 26. PCS Sponsor Training (1:30-3 p.m.) Aug. 8, Oct. 10, Dec. 12. PCS Smooth Move Workshop (1:30-4 p.m.) July 11, Sept. 12, Nov. 14. Military Spouse 101 Workshop July 18 (1-2:30 p.m.) Sept. 14 (1-2:30 p.m.) Nov. 21 (5-6:30 p.m.) What About the Kids (9-11 a.m.) July 8, Aug. 12, Sept. 9, Oct. 7, Nov. 4, Dec. 9. Stress Management 101 Workshop (9-10:30 a.m.) July 9, Aug. 13, Sept. 10, Oct. 8, Nov. 5, Dec. 10. Extended Stress Management Workshop (8 a.m. noon) July 16 & 30, Oct. 15 & 29. Anger Management Workshop (8 a.m.-noon) June 25, July 23, Aug. 27, Sept. 24, Oct. 22, Nov. 26, Dec. 17. Personal Anger Control Group June 25 July 30 (Tuesdays 2-4 p.m.), Aug. 15 Sept. 19 (Thursdays 11 a.m.-1 p.m.), Oct. 8 Nov. 12 (2-4 p.m.) Individual Communication (11 a.m. 1 p.m.) July 9, Sept. 10, Nov. 19. Parenting with Love & Logic (1-3 p.m.) July 9, 16, 23, 30; Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24; Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26. Active Parenting of Teens (1-4 p.m.) June 19, 26; Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28; Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23. Power 2 Change Womens Support Group (9:30-11 a.m.) Every Wednesday Expectant Families (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) Sept. 16, Dec. 3. Tiny Tots Play Group (10 a.m.-noon) June 25; July 9, 23; Aug. 6, 20; Sept. 3, 17; Oct. 1, 15, 29; Nov. 12, 16; Dec. 10, 17. Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Orientation (1:30-3 p.m.) July 3, Sept. 5, Nov. 7. EFMP Command POC Training (1:30-3 p.m.) Aug. 1, Oct. 3, Dec. 5. To register for any of the above workshops please con tact 542-5745. Photo by AD1(AW/SW) Mark Foster Dodgeball Champs Members of the Fleet Readiness Center Southeast Dodgeball Team gather after winning the Naval Air Station Jacksonville Captain's Cup Dodgeball Championship against Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast June 4.

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 13 NAS Jacksonville 2017 Water Quality Report From NAVFAC SE A water quality report for Naval Air Station Jacksonville (NAS Jax) is provided annually by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast (NAVFAC SE), Public Works Department (PWD). PWD provides a safe and dependable supply of drinking water through three deep wells which draw from the Floridian aquifer. In 2017, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) performed a source water assessment that wells. Assessment results are on the DEP Source Water Assessment and Protection Program website at www.dep. Treatment of the water supply includes aeration for odor control and chlorination for disinfection. In 2003, NAS Jax began receiving potable water from Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA), therefore, some of the data in this report is from JEA testing. PWD routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to federal and state laws and regulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this report is based on the results of our monitoring for the period Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2017. Data obtained before Jan. 1, 2017 and presented in this report are from the most recent testing done in accordance with the laws, rules, and regulations. used in the report: Action Level (AL) the concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements which a water system must follow. Maximum Contaminant Leve l The Maximum Allowed (MCL) is the highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology. Maximum Contaminant Level Goal The Goal (MCLG) is the level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety. Maximum Residual Disinfection Level (MRDL) The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants. Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level Goal (MRDLG) The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do microbial contaminants Non-Detects (ND) indicates that the substance was not found by laboratory analysis. No value limit or restriction has been applied to this particular parameter. Parts per billion (ppb) one part per billion corresponds to one minute in 2,000 years, or a single penny in $10,000,000. Parts per million (ppm) one part per million corresponds to one minute in two years or a single penny in $10,000. picocuries per liter is a measure of the radioactivity in water. Non-Secondary Test Results Table NAS Jax Radiological Contaminants Contaminant and Unit of Measurement Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Detected Range of Results MCLG MCL Likely Source of Contamination Gross Alpha (pCi/l) (JEA/ NAS) 02/17 N 7.07 ND 7.07 0 15 Erosion of natural deposits Radium 226&228 (pCi/l) (JEA/NAS) 02/17 N 1.296 ND 1.296 0 5 Erosion of natural deposits Inorganic Contaminants Contaminant and Unit of Measurement Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Detected Range of Results MCLG MCL Likely Source of Contamination Antimony (ppb) (JEA only) 02/17 N 0.495 ND 0.495 6 6 solder. Barium (ppm) (JEA/NAS) 02/17, 03/17 N 0.0329 0.01420.0341 2 2 natural deposits Lead (ppb) (JEA only) 02/17 N 1.95 ND 1.95 0 15 Residue from man-made pollution such as auto emissions and paint; lead pipe; casing and solder Fluoride (ppm) (JEA/NAS only) 02/17, 03/17 N 0.82 0.27 -0.82 4 4 Erosion of natural deposits; discharge from fertilizer and aluminum factories. Water additive which promotes strong teeth when at optimum levels between 0.7 and 1.3 ppm Nitrate (as Nitrogen) (JEA only) 02/17 N 0.371 ND-0.371 10 10 Runoff from fertilizer use; leaching from septic tanks, sewage; erosion of natural deposits Nitrite (as Nitrogen) (JEA only) 02/17 N 0.169 ND-0.169 1 1 Runoff from fertilizer use; leaching from septic tanks, sewage; erosion of natural deposits Mercury (ppb) inorganic (JEA only) 02/17 N 0.0063 ND 0.0063 2 2 Nickel (ppb) (JEA only) 02/17 N 2.11 ND 2.11 N/A 100 Selenium (ppb) (JEA only) 02/17 N 7.83 ND 7.83 50 50 discharge from mines Sodium (ppm) (JEA/NAS) 02/17, 03/17 N 115.15 7.54-115.15 N/A 160 Salt water intrusion, leaching from soil Thallium (ppb) (JEA only) 02/17 N 0.466 ND 0.466 0.5 2 Leaching from ore processing sites; discharge from electronics, glass and drug factories Volatile Organic Contaminants 1,2 Dichloroethane (ppb) (JEA only) 02/17-11/17 N 1.15 ND-1.15 0 3 Discharge from industrial chemical factories Synthetic Organic Contaminants including Pesticides and Herbicides Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (ppb) (JEA only) 02/17 11/17 N 6.7 ND-6.7 0 6 Discharge from rubber and chemical factories Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection By-Products For chlorine, the level detected is the the highest running annual average (RAA), computed quarterly, of monthly averages of all samples collected. The range of results is the range of results of all the individual samples collected during the past year. For haloacetic acids or TTHM, the level detected is the highest RAA, computed quarterly, of quarterly averages of all samples collected if the system is monitoring quarterly or is the average of all samples taken during the year if the system monitors less frequently than quarterly. Range of results is the range of individual sample results (lowest to highest) for all monitoring locations. Contaminant and Unit of Measurement Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Detected Range of Results MCLG or MRDLG MCL or MRDL Likely Source of Contamination Total Trihalomethanes (TTHM) (ppb) Quarterly N 56.31 37.49-67.2 N/A 80 By-product of drinking water chlorination Haloacetic Acids (HAA5) (ppb) Quarterly N 20.32 12.39-21.8 N/A 60 By-product of drinking water chlorination Chlorine Residual (ppm) 01/17-12/17 N 1.17 0.94-1.47 4 4.0 Water additive used to control microbes Secondary Contaminants Contaminant and Unit of Measurement Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Detected Range of Results MCLG or MRDLG MCL or MRDL Likely Source of Contamination Sulfate (ppm) (NAS/JEA) 02/14-03/14 and 06/14 **Y 258 22-258 N/A 250 Natural occurrence from soil leaching Total Dissolved Solids (ppm) (NAS/JEA) 02/14-03/14 and 06/14 **Y 846 141-846 N/A 500 Natural occurrence from soil leaching Iron (ppm) (JEA only) 02/14-03/14 and 06/14 **Y 0.439 0.0030.439 N/A 0.3 Natural occurrence from soil leaching Odor (threshold odor number) (JEA only) 02/17-06/17 **Y 64 1-64 N/A 3 Naturally occurring organics Chloride (ppm) (JEA only) 02/17-04/17 **Y 329 9-329 N/A 250 Natural occurrence from soil leaching ** While the MCL was exceeded for TDS, Sulfate, Odor, Chloride and Iron, levels recorded for these parameters do not show adverse health effects. Lead and Copper (Tap Water) (NAS Jax only) Contaminant and Unit of Measurement Dates of sampling AL Violation 90 th Percentile Result No. of sites exceeding the AL MCLG AL (Action Level) Likely Source of Contamination Copper (tap water) (ppm) 09/17 N 0.043 0 of 60 sites 1.3 1.3 Corrosion of household plumbing systems; erosion of natural deposits; leaching from wood preservatives Lead (tap water) (ppb) 09/17 N 1.2 0 of 60 sites 0 15 Corrosion of household plumbing systems; erosion of natural deposits The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally-occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity. Contaminants that may be present in source water include: (A) Microbial contaminants such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife. (B) Inorganic contaminants such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming. (C) Pesticides and herbicides which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture urban stormwater runoff, and residential uses. (D) Organic chemical contaminants including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are byproducts of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems. (E ) Radioactive contaminants which can be naturallyoccurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities. In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, EPA prescribes regulations which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. FDA regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water which must provide the same protection for public health. If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from materials and components associated with service lines and home plumbing. NAVFAC SE is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components. When water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking or cooking. If you are concerned about lead in your water, have the water tested. Information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps to take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline or at http://www.epa.gov/ safewater/lead. All drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than others. Immuno-compromised persons such as those with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/ AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. Those who may be affected should seek advice from their health care provider. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791. For further information or questions concerning this report, housing residents should contact the Housing Jacksonville Utilities at 542-6440.

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14 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 Get Connected with MWR navymwrjacksonville.com facebook.com/nasjaxmwr twitter.com/nasjaxmwr instagram.com/nasjaxmwr nasjaxmwr@navy.mil Community Recreation Call 542-3227 more. Limited spots are available and River Cove Catering & Conference Center Call 542-3041 Deweys Call 542-3521 times. Friday Karaoke starts at 6 p.m. Freedom Lanes Bowling Center Call 542-3493 p.m. for details. Fitness, Sports & Aquatics Call 542-2930 accompanied by a parent to participate. Gym for more information. Visit www.navymwrjacksonville.com available. MWR Digital Library The Liberty Recreation Center Trips & events are for all E1-E6 single or unaccompanied active duty members & reservists only. Call 542-1335 for information. NAS Jax Golf Club Golf Course: 542-3249 Mulligans Restaurant: 542-2936 daily. Friday. Mulberry Cove Marina Call 542-3260 Auto Skills Center Call 542-3681 welding Youth Activities Center Call 778-9772 Family Fitness Center Call 771-8469 Jax Navy Flying Club Call 542-8509 Find more info online at jaxnfc.net Community Recreation Tickets Call 542-3318, Email directly at nasjaxtickets@navy.mil What to do this year? Local Fun Trips! p.m. Current Ticket Promotions Include the Following: (while quantities last) For Florida residents only. Must be exchanged for applicable pass at a ticket booth at the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom or Hollywood Studios. Proof of will be required to be shown at time of exchange. Acceptable forms of Florida Residency: Fla. Drivers License, Fla. State ID (must have Fla. Address or a Fla. Base Military ID). Tickets may not be used after June 24, 2018 Parking not included. No blackout dates. Tickets valid Jan. 1, 2018 and expire Dec. 19, 2018. (Redeemable through 12/31/18, ticket expires on this date) (Redeemable through 12/31/18, ticket expires on this date)

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 14, 2018 15 SOLEUS PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER $150. 8,000 BTU Model E1PAC-08E9 has remote control and dehumidifying capacity of 38 pints/day. Only used one season and in excellent condition. Contact Rhonda at 904-403-4822 Appliances Buy-Sell-Trade-Repair W/D, Refrigs, Stove, Frzer $125 up 90 wrnty M-Sun 9-7 Deli 904-695-1412 LADIESLEATHERCOAT w/purseredsuedesize12, $75.00 LevisMensSuit grey/beigejacketS738R pants33Wx29L$35.00ea. 904-384-7809 SONY24TRINITRON$40. SHARPTV19$40. SONY9Trinitron$30. ZENITH17$30.All colorTVs&2cable ready. 904-384-7809 MANDARIN ESTATE SALE BY RWP Furniture; Living room, Den, Dining room, Office & 2 Bedrooms (w/Adjustable & Massage beds). Some Antique Furniture. Glassware, Kitchenware, Linens, Collectibles, Garage Full. Thurs., June 14, Fri. June 15, Sat. June 16, from 9am-3pm. 2851 Hidden Stagecoach Rd. 32223 See: estatesales.net for info & pic. CHANDELIERS (a) Etched glass bells for 3 lights nickel $100. (b) Gold 7 lights & 5 dz glass crystals. (c) Gold 12 lights. RUG61/2x58w$55. Like new. Call 904-384-7809 WICKER MIRROR Beautifullycarved,white wickermirror,w/4 border&7clothflowers, hangs19x29$50. Potted SAGOS. Call 904-384-7809 BIKES -2ExcellentBikes &Tires1ststillnew$50. Other$65.$15covers 12x18alum.baskettied tofrontwheel&banana seat call 904-384-7809 MICHELIN Latitude Tour P275-55-R18 4 tires for car or truck, original sticker, never been mounted. $195.00 each, call 904-384-7809 CONDO FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 full baths condo on the St. Johns River 1700sq ft. Beautiful views of the river from 3 sides of the condo. Just beautiful; 4th floor with elevators, small association; 35 units, small pets allowed, gated, pool and dock for your boat. Call for an appointment anytime 386-590-7798 ICW Waterfront/Isle of Palms /gated/4BR/2BA/ Office/3 car gar/ pool/dock /large screened outdoor kitchens and more. $795K 904-821-7670. BRAND NEW 20182 Bed/2Bath $36,900 Set Up, A/C, Steps, Skirt Call 904-259-4663 waynefriermacclenny.com 0 -$500 Down, Own your home with several homes to choose from, www.lowmovein.com 757-3581 MILITARY PUBLICATIONS SALES REPRESENTATIVEDo you thrive working in the exciting world of advertising sales? If so, then consider Times-Union Medias Military Publications. We are looking for a qualified Sales Representative who is aggressive, enthusiastic and has a proven track record of success. Be a part of the team responsible for selling and servicing advertising accounts for military base publications servicing the NE Florida military communities. Qualifications: High school graduate/GED required. College degree preferred. Two years of B2B/outside sales experience required. Media and/or print advertising experience preferred. Excellent communication, math and customer service skills. Must be detailed and deadline oriented. Proficient in computer software programs such as G Suite is required. Excellentcommunication,conflictresolutionandorganizationalskills required. Musthavereliabletransportation;possessavaliddriverslicenseand auto insurance. We Offer: Base pay plus commission Ongoing paid training opportunities Growth opportunities for advancement Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, life, disability, 401(k) personal time off and holiday pay Qualified applicants may apply at with their resume: recruiterjax@jacksonville.com EOE DRUG-FREE TOBACCO-FREE SMOKE-FREE WORKPLACE 14 SEARS STARCRAFT 1981 firberglass, 3 seat, center steering 40HP Suzuki motor, Ex Cond. fiberglass redone. Minkota trolling motor, always sheltered when not in use, $4500. 904-268-9659 1987WELCRAFTSTEP LIFTV-20with200HP OMCSeaDrive,Bimini topwithOvernightcabin for2people,runsgreat, tandem aluminum trailer $3,000. Jim 904-384-7809 FORD F250 EXT. CAB RARE POWER STROKE DIESEL 101,950 Miles as of 3/18, a/c, AM/FM radio and CD, 4 DOORS, rear doors not full sized, tires in ex. condition $12,000. Call 904-268-9659 Boats AC/Heating/Fuel Appliances Clothes Electronics Estate Sales Furniture/Household Miscellanous Condominiums Intracoastal West Manufactured Homes Houses Unfurnished Boat Dockage and Trucks/Trailers/SUVs SOLEUS PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER $150. 8,000 BTU Model E1PAC-08E9 has remote control and dehumidifying capacity of 38 pints/day. Only used one season and in excellent condition. Contact Rhonda at 904-403-4822 Appliances Buy-Sell-Trade-Repair W/D, Refrigs, Stove, Frzer $125 up 90 wrnty M-Sun 9-7 Deli 904-695-1412 LADIESLEATHERCOAT w/purseredsuedesize12, $75.00 LevisMensSuit grey/beigejacketS738R pants33Wx29L$35.00ea. 904-384-7809 SONY24TRINITRON$40. SHARPTV19$40. SONY9Trinitron$30. ZENITH17$30.All colorTVs&2cable ready. 904-384-7809 MANDARIN ESTATE SALE BY RWP Furniture; Living room, Den, Dining room, Office & 2 Bedrooms (w/Adjustable & Massage beds). Some Antique Furniture. Glassware, Kitchenware, Linens, Collectibles, Garage Full. Thurs., June 14, Fri. June 15, Sat. June 16, from 9am-3pm. 2851 Hidden Stagecoach Rd. 32223 See: estatesales.net for info & pic. CHANDELIERS (a) Etched glass bells for 3 lights nickel $100. (b) Gold 7 lights & 5 dz glass crystals. (c) Gold 12 lights. RUG61/2x58w$55. Like new. Call 904-384-7809 WICKER MIRROR Beautifullycarved,white wickermirror,w/4 border&7clothflowers, hangs19x29$50. Potted SAGOS. Call 904-384-7809 BIKES -2ExcellentBikes &Tires1ststillnew$50. Other$65.$15covers 12x18alum.baskettied tofrontwheel&banana seat call 904-384-7809 MICHELIN Latitude Tour P275-55-R18 4 tires for car or truck, original sticker, never been mounted. $195.00 each, call 904-384-7809 CONDO FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 full baths condo on the St. Johns River 1700sq ft. Beautiful views of the river from 3 sides of the condo. Just beautiful; 4th floor with elevators, small association; 35 units, small pets allowed, gated, pool and dock for your boat. Call for an appointment anytime 386-590-7798 ICW Waterfront/Isle of Palms /gated/4BR/2BA/ Office/3 car gar/ pool/dock /large screened outdoor kitchens and more. $795K 904-821-7670. BRAND NEW 20182 Bed/2Bath $36,900 Set Up, A/C, Steps, Skirt Call 904-259-4663 waynefriermacclenny.com 0 -$500 Down, Own your home with several homes to choose from, www.lowmovein.com 757-3581 MILITARY PUBLICATIONS SALES REPRESENTATIVEDo you thrive working in the exciting world of advertising sales? If so, then consider Times-Union Medias Military Publications. We are looking for a qualified Sales Representative who is aggressive, enthusiastic and has a proven track record of success. Be a part of the team responsible for selling and servicing advertising accounts for military base publications servicing the NE Florida military communities. Qualifications: High school graduate/GED required. College degree preferred. Two years of B2B/outside sales experience required. Media and/or print advertising experience preferred. Excellent communication, math and customer service skills. Must be detailed and deadline oriented. Proficient in computer software programs such as G Suite is required. Excellentcommunication,conflictresolutionandorganizationalskills required. Musthavereliabletransportation;possessavaliddriverslicenseand auto insurance. We Offer: Base pay plus commission Ongoing paid training opportunities Growth opportunities for advancement Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, life, disability, 401(k) personal time off and holiday pay Qualified applicants may apply at with their resume: recruiterjax@jacksonville.com EOE DRUG-FREE TOBACCO-FREE SMOKE-FREE WORKPLACE 14 SEARS STARCRAFT 1981 firberglass, 3 seat, center steering 40HP Suzuki motor, Ex Cond. fiberglass redone. Minkota trolling motor, always sheltered when not in use, $4500. 904-268-9659 1987WELCRAFTSTEP LIFTV-20with200HP OMCSeaDrive,Bimini topwithOvernightcabin for2people,runsgreat, tandem aluminum trailer $3,000. Jim 904-384-7809 FORD F250 EXT. CAB RARE POWER STROKE DIESEL 101,950 Miles as of 3/18, a/c, AM/FM radio and CD, 4 DOORS, rear doors not full sized, tires in ex. condition $12,000. Call 904-268-9659 Boats AC/Heating/Fuel Appliances Clothes Electronics Estate Sales Furniture/Household Miscellanous Condominiums Intracoastal West Manufactured Homes Houses Unfurnished Boat Dockage and Trucks/Trailers/SUVs SOLEUS PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER $150. 8,000 BTU Model E1PAC-08E9 has remote control and dehumidifying capacity of 38 pints/day. Only used one season and in excellent condition. Contact Rhonda at 904-403-4822Appliances Buy-Sell-Trade-Repair W/D, Refrigs, Stove, Frzer $125 up 90 wrnty M-Sun 9-7 Deli 904-695-1412LADIESLEATHERCOAT w/purseredsuedesize12, $75.00 LevisMensSuit grey/beigejacketS738R pants33Wx29L$35.00ea. 904-384-7809 SONY24TRINITRON$40. SHARPTV19$40. SONY9Trinitron$30. ZENITH17$30.All colorTVs&2cable ready. 904-384-7809 MANDARIN ESTATE SALE BY RWP Furniture; Living room, Den, Dining room, Office & 2 Bedrooms (w/Adjustable & Massage beds). Some Antique Furniture. Glassware, Kitchenware, Linens, Collectibles, Garage Full. Thurs., June 14, Fri. June 15, Sat. June 16, from 9am-3pm. 2851 Hidden Stagecoach Rd. 32223 See: estatesales.net for info & pic. CHANDELIERS (a) Etched glass bells for 3 lights nickel $100. (b) Gold 7 lights & 5 dz glass crystals. (c) Gold 12 lights. RUG61/2x58w$55. Like new. Call 904-384-7809 WICKER MIRROR Beautifullycarved,white wickermirror,w/4 border&7clothflowers, hangs19x29$50. Potted SAGOS. Call 904-384-7809 BIKES -2ExcellentBikes &Tires1ststillnew$50. Other$65.$15covers 12x18alum.baskettied tofrontwheel&banana seat call 904-384-7809 MICHELIN Latitude Tour P275-55-R18 4 tires for car or truck, original sticker, never been mounted. $195.00 each, call 904-384-7809 CONDO FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 full baths condo on the St. Johns River 1700sq ft. Beautiful views of the river from 3 sides of the condo. Just beautiful; 4th floor with elevators, small association; 35 units, small pets allowed, gated, pool and dock for your boat. Call for an appointment anytime 386-590-7798 ICW Waterfront/Isle of Palms /gated/4BR/2BA/ Office/3 car gar/ pool/dock /large screened outdoor kitchens and more. $795K 904-821-7670.BRAND NEW 20182 Bed/2Bath $36,900 Set Up, A/C, Steps, Skirt Call 904-259-4663 waynefriermacclenny.com0 -$500 Down, Own your home with several homes to choose from, www.lowmovein.com 757-3581MILITARY PUBLICATIONS SALES REPRESENTATIVEDo you thrive working in the exciting world of advertising sales? If so, then consider Times-Union Medias Military Publications. We are looking for a qualified Sales Representative who is aggressive, enthusiastic and has a proven track record of success. Be a part of the team responsible for selling and servicing advertising accounts for military base publications servicing the NE Florida military communities. Qualifications: High school graduate/GED required. College degree preferred. Two years of B2B/outside sales experience required. Media and/or print advertising experience preferred. Excellent communication, math and customer service skills. Must be detailed and deadline oriented. Proficient in computer software programs such as G Suite is required. Excellentcommunication,conflictresolutionandorganizationalskills required. Musthavereliabletransportation;possessavaliddriverslicenseand auto insurance. We Offer: Base pay plus commission Ongoing paid training opportunities Growth opportunities for advancement Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, life, disability, 401(k) personal time off and holiday pay Qualified applicants may apply at with their resume: recruiterjax@jacksonville.com EOE DRUG-FREE TOBACCO-FREE SMOKE-FREE WORKPLACE 14 SEARS STARCRAFT 1981 firberglass, 3 seat, center steering 40HP Suzuki motor, Ex Cond. fiberglass redone. Minkota trolling motor, always sheltered when not in use, $4500. 904-268-96591987WELCRAFTSTEP LIFTV-20with200HP OMCSeaDrive,Bimini topwithOvernightcabin for2people,runsgreat, tandem aluminum trailer $3,000. Jim 904-384-7809 FORD F250 EXT. CAB RARE POWER STROKE DIESEL 101,950 Miles as of 3/18, a/c, AM/FM radio and CD, 4 DOORS, rear doors not full sized, tires in ex. condition $12,000. Call 904-268-9659 Boats AC/Heating/Fuel Appliances Clothes Electronics Estate Sales Furniture/Household Miscellanous Condominiums Intracoastal West Manufactured Homes Houses Unfurnished Boat Dockage and Trucks/Trailers/SUVs SOLEUS PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER $150. 8,000 BTU Model E1PAC-08E9 has remote control and dehumidifying capacity of 38 pints/day. Only used one season and in excellent condition. Contact Rhonda at 904-403-4822Appliances Buy-Sell-Trade-Repair W/D, Refrigs, Stove, Frzer $125 up 90 wrnty M-Sun 9-7 Deli 904-695-1412LADIESLEATHERCOAT w/purseredsuedesize12, $75.00 LevisMensSuit grey/beigejacketS738R pants33Wx29L$35.00ea. 904-384-7809 SONY24TRINITRON$40. SHARPTV19$40. SONY9Trinitron$30. ZENITH17$30.All colorTVs&2cable ready. 904-384-7809 MANDARIN ESTATE SALE BY RWP Furniture; Living room, Den, Dining room, Office & 2 Bedrooms (w/Adjustable & Massage beds). Some Antique Furniture. Glassware, Kitchenware, Linens, Collectibles, Garage Full. Thurs., June 14, Fri. June 15, Sat. June 16, from 9am-3pm. 2851 Hidden Stagecoach Rd. 32223 See: estatesales.net for info & pic. CHANDELIERS (a) Etched glass bells for 3 lights nickel $100. (b) Gold 7 lights & 5 dz glass crystals. (c) Gold 12 lights. RUG61/2x58w$55. Like new. Call 904-384-7809 WICKER MIRROR Beautifullycarved,white wickermirror,w/4 border&7clothflowers, hangs19x29$50. Potted SAGOS. Call 904-384-7809 BIKES -2ExcellentBikes &Tires1ststillnew$50. Other$65.$15covers 12x18alum.baskettied tofrontwheel&banana seat call 904-384-7809 MICHELIN Latitude Tour P275-55-R18 4 tires for car or truck, original sticker, never been mounted. $195.00 each, call 904-384-7809 CONDO FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 full baths condo on the St. Johns River 1700sq ft. Beautiful views of the river from 3 sides of the condo. Just beautiful; 4th floor with elevators, small association; 35 units, small pets allowed, gated, pool and dock for your boat. Call for an appointment anytime 386-590-7798 ICW Waterfront/Isle of Palms /gated/4BR/2BA/ Office/3 car gar/ pool/dock /large screened outdoor kitchens and more. $795K 904-821-7670.BRAND NEW 20182 Bed/2Bath $36,900 Set Up, A/C, Steps, Skirt Call 904-259-4663 waynefriermacclenny.com0 -$500 Down, Own your home with several homes to choose from, www.lowmovein.com 757-3581MILITARY PUBLICATIONS SALES REPRESENTATIVEDo you thrive working in the exciting world of advertising sales? If so, then consider Times-Union Medias Military Publications. We are looking for a qualified Sales Representative who is aggressive, enthusiastic and has a proven track record of success. Be a part of the team responsible for selling and servicing advertising accounts for military base publications servicing the NE Florida military communities. Qualifications: High school graduate/GED required. College degree preferred. Two years of B2B/outside sales experience required. Media and/or print advertising experience preferred. Excellent communication, math and customer service skills. Must be detailed and deadline oriented. Proficient in computer software programs such as G Suite is required. Excellentcommunication,conflictresolutionandorganizationalskills required. Musthavereliabletransportation;possessavaliddriverslicenseand auto insurance. We Offer: Base pay plus commission Ongoing paid training opportunities Growth opportunities for advancement Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, life, disability, 401(k) personal time off and holiday pay Qualified applicants may apply at with their resume: recruiterjax@jacksonville.com EOE DRUG-FREE TOBACCO-FREE SMOKE-FREE WORKPLACE 14 SEARS STARCRAFT 1981 firberglass, 3 seat, center steering 40HP Suzuki motor, Ex Cond. fiberglass redone. Minkota trolling motor, always sheltered when not in use, $4500. 904-268-96591987WELCRAFTSTEP LIFTV-20with200HP OMCSeaDrive,Bimini topwithOvernightcabin for2people,runsgreat, tandem aluminum trailer $3,000. Jim 904-384-7809 FORD F250 EXT. CAB RARE POWER STROKE DIESEL 101,950 Miles as of 3/18, a/c, AM/FM radio and CD, 4 DOORS, rear doors not full sized, tires in ex. condition $12,000. Call 904-268-9659 Boats AC/Heating/Fuel Appliances Clothes Electronics Estate Sales Furniture/Household Miscellanous Condominiums Intracoastal West Manufactured Homes Houses Unfurnished Boat Dockage and Trucks/Trailers/SUVs

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