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Publication Date: February 15, 2007
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Learn How To

Market Yourself
The NS Mayport Fleet and
Family Support Center will
sponsor the Military Officers
Association of America
(MOAA), formerly The
Retired Officers Association
- TROA, job search presen-
tation entitled, "Marketing
Yourself for a Second
Career."
Retired Air Force Col.
Daniel K. Koslov, Deputy
Director, Officer Placement
Service, MOAA, an expert
on transitioning from mili-
tary to civilian employment,
will speak at the NS Mayport
Ocean Breeze Conference
Center, Ballroom from 9-
11:30 a.m. on Feb. 28.
Mr. Koslov will introduce
the audience to the realities
of the competition in the
civilian job market, the per-
ceptions civilian employers
have of military personnel,
a plan for the job search,
tips for strengthening the
resume, networking plans,
preparing for and conduct-
ing a successful interview,
salary negotiations and ben-
efit packages.
The lecture is presented
annually at more than 100
U.S. military bases world-
wide. It is up-to-date, hard-
hitting, and sharply focused.
It has a reputation as a "must
attend" for those two to three
years or less from separation
or retirement.
Military members and
spouses are invited to attend
the free lecture. Attendees
will receive a free copy of
the publication, "Marketing
Yourself for a Second
Career."
Pre-registration is not
required. Please call the NS
Mayport Fleet and Family
Support Center, Bldg. 1576,
(""4) 270-6600, Ext. 132 for
information.



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It's Official!



JFK Prepares For Decom


From Commander, NavalAir Force
U.S. Atlantic Fleet
After nearly 40 years of ser-
vice to America and the U.S.
Navy the aircraft carrier USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67) will
be decommissioned on March
23 at Naval Station Mayport.
Named in honor of the 35th
President of the United States,
the ship's keel was laid in
October 1964 at Newport News
Shipbuilding and Drydock
Company in Newport News,
Va. In May 1967, 9-year-old
Caroline Kennedy, daughter
of the late president, broke the
traditional champagne bottle
on the ship's bow, christen-
ing her USS John F. Kennedy.
"Big John," as the ship would
become known, was commis-
sioned and officially entered
naval service in September
1968 marking the beginning of
an illustrious career.
A veteran of 18 deployments
to the Mediterranean Sea and
Middle East, Kennedy amassed
more than 260,000 arrested
landings on its flight deck while
operating virtually every tactical
aircraft in the Navy's arsenal.
In 1989, two of the embarked
air wing's F-14 Tomcats shot
down two Libyan MIG-23s
that were approaching the
battle group in a hostile man-
ner. Kennedy also participated
in numerous other campaigns
including Operations Desert
Storm, Enduring Freedom and
Iraqi Freedom, and was sor-
tied following the 2001 terror-
ist attack on the World Trade
Center.
Homeported at NS Mayport
since September 1995, Kennedy


-U.S. Navy Photo
The conventionally powered aircraft carrier USS John E Kennedy (CV 67) transits the Atlantic Ocean after competing morning flight
operations during an underway period in 2005. The official message that JFK will decoim issioii on March 23 was just released.


most recently served as a train-
ing platform for naval aviators
to obtain their carrier landing
qualifications. Its final port call
will be to Boston, Mass., March
1-5.
JFK is one of the two
remaining fossil-fueled aircraft
carriers still serving the Navy.
Following the decommission-


ing, only USS Kitty Hawk (CV
63), homeported in Yokosuka,
Japan will remain as the Navy's
last conventionally-powered
aircraft carrier. Kitty Hawk
is scheduled to return to the
United States and be decommis-
sioned in 2008.
Kennedy measures more
than 1,050 feet long, displac-


es 82,000 tons and can carry
70 combat aircraft the full
complement of today's carrier
air wing. The crew consisted
of more than 4,600 personnel
when including the air wing.
Following the decom-
missioning Kennedy will be
placed in an inactive status and
maintained in safe stowage at


Inactive Ships Maintenance
Facility in Philadelphia, Pa.
While details of the decom-
missioning ceremony are still
being finalized, numerous dig-
nitaries, including members
of Congress, Navy officials,
and possibly members of the
Kennedy family are expected to
attend.


Mclnerney Has


Biggest Seizure


of Deployment


1


-Photo courtesy of USS Taylor
CSSA Seth P Thomas (left) and GSMFN David M. Thibault (right) of USS Taylor show off cupcakes
they made one afternoon aboard the ship. USS Taylor has been awarded the 2007 Captain Edward E
Ney Memorial Awards for Outstanding Food Service in the small afloat ship class.


Sailors Have Fine Dining


Aboard USS
By Ensign Megan Seavey
USS Taylor PAO
USS Taylor (FFG 50) has been selected winner
of the 2007 Captain Edward F. Ney Memorial
Awards for Outstanding Food Service in the small
afloat ship class.
The annual award encourages excellence in
Navy food service programs, with the objective
of improving the quality of life for Navy person-
nel.
Since Taylor's departure on its GWOT surge
deployment to the Persian Gulf in October, the
culinary specialists have made it their mission to
serve the best food possible every day.
Despite the current conditions and operations
in nnumrnon hnttle 7nneP and anres nf nnprn-


Taylor
tion, Taylor conducted the NEY Inspection with
strength and confidence. Often waking at 4 a.m.,
the CSs work from early in the morning to very
late at night to ensure the crews' plates are hot
and plentiful.
Sailors from every department on board take
three months out of their commitment onboard
to assist in the smooth running of the galley and
cleaning services. Their work is highly regarded
by all.
From daily meals to baked goods for reen-
listments and awards to late dinners for watch
standers and midnight cookies and milk, Taylor
experiences its galley staff's cooking skills with
pnthnuinam pvcitepmnt and annnrpcition


By Ensign
Lauren Schneider
USS Mclnerney Public, -- Office
USS McInerney (FFG 8)
added to its string of successes
on its Counter-Narco Terrorism
(CNT) deployment by support-
ing the seizure of 2.3 metric
tons of cocaine in mid-January
from a fishing vessel off the
coast of Costa Rica. Notably,
this was the first joint seizure
between Costa Rica and the
United States.
Despite having already board-
ed two other vessels the previous
day, U.S. Coast Guard board-
ing teams onboard McInerney
safely apprehended the vessel,
its contents, and personnel.
According to Coast Guard
Law Enforcement Detachment
(LEDET) Officer in Charge, Lt.
j.g. Adam Disque, "After the
two other vessels we boarded
turned up with negative results,
we were fortuitous to interdict a
vessel with contraband onboard.
I knew my team and the support
from McInerney's VBSS (Visit,
Board, Search, and Seizure)
Team would get the job done."
After monitoring the vessel,
McInerney was given permis-
sion to board from Coast Guard
District 11 and the Costa Rican
government late that night.
Initial inspections and tests
proved that McInerney and her
Coast Guard LEDET had in fact
met with success.
Lt. Erik Bodiscomassink,
McInerney's Engineering
Officer and a Tactical Action
Officer (TAO), said, "Any time
voun annrnmnch a vscpl xrvn'rp


not quite sure what you're
going to encounter. Part of
you always wonders what their
intentions are. Just get as much
information as you can and rely
on your training."
McInerney embarked two
Costa Rican Coast Guardsmen
to assist in the boarding. They
remained on board for sever-
al days as the case was being
wrapped up, which further
proved the value of combined
operations in this effort. They
returned home as honorary
McInerney crew members.
Hospital Corpsman 1st Class
Guiseppe Trovato, Hospital
Corpsman 2nd Class(SW/FMP)
Christian Betancourt and
Aerographer's Mate 2nd Class
Harvey Collazo were escorts for
the Costa Ricans.
Betancourt said, "We were
happy to facilitate relations
between their Coast Guard and
Mclnerney. Our countries are
all after the same goal and if we
could help in any way to better
relations and give them a great
experience, we were all for it.
We had a great time."
After the seizure, McInerney
safely turned over the vessel,
detainees, and representative
samples of the contraband to the
Costa Rican government and
Coast Guard.
This interdiction brings the
McInerney's total of seized con-
traband to 5.8 tons less than half-
way through their deployment.
McInerney is deployed
under the operational control
of U.S. Naval Forces Southern
Cnmmand.


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2 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, February 15, 2007


Street Talk



Who is the most influential African-American in history?


MA1 Adrian Dejesus
Security
Martin Luther King Jr. He
was a part of the Civil Rights
Movement.


SK3 Nigel Blandin
Security
Malcolm X. He made a
profound change in his life
that impacted change in oth-
ers.


MA1 Steven Miller
Security
Rosa Parks. She stood up
for what she believed in and
what was fair.


MA2 Allan McGathey
Security
Tony Dungy. He was the
first black head coach to win
the Super Bowl. He also
deserves a lot of respect for
developing the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers.


SN Amanda Siren
NS Mayport
Martin Luther King Jr. His
speech was amazing and the
movement he caused and
what he stood for.


OS2 Kevin Trotter
NS Mayport
Martin Luther King Jr. I
went to his memorial this
year in Atlanta and it was just
an eye-opener.


Fleet Talk


Sponsor Program Plays Key Role In Family Readiness


By CNOCM (SW/AW)
Tom Howard
U.S. Seventh Fleet
As most of you can recall,
checking into a new duty sta-
tion can be overwhelming not
only for yourself as the service-
member, but also for your fam-
ily. It is for this reason I want to
take a moment and talk to you
about the Sailor/family sponsor-
ship program and about how
you can make a difference in a
shipmate's transfer.
The bottom-line here is to
make sure Sailors and their fam-
ilies are set up for success from


CNOCM (SW/AW)
Tom Howard


the moment permanent change-
of-station orders are received.
That's when you should begin
taking action to welcome your
shipmate. As a sponsor, you
have a tremendous impact on
the tone of that Sailor's entire
tour at your command.
Upon receipt of orders, the
command identifies a sponsor
and the sponsor, in coordination
with the command's sponsor
team, initiates contact. As soon
as you're assigned as a sponsor,
it is imperative you begin creat-
ing a strong line of communica-
tion with your prospective gain.


Ask a lot of questions and try
to provide as much information
as possible. Is the Sailor mar-
ried? Do they have children?
Have they received dependant
entry approval, if necessary?
Are they planning on bringing
pets? Do they plan on living in
base housing or on the econo-
my? It's also a good idea if the
new member is married to get
an email address for the spouse;
as I know from experience, the
spouse has questions the Sailor
may not even be thinking about.
For single shipmates, the
information is no less vital.


Each Sailor has personal issues
and concerns. But, I would
bet, these issues and concerns
have answers and resources to
assist the Sailor with a smoother
transfer. Just ask!
Think about when you first
arrived at your duty station.
How did you feel? What ques-
tions did you have; looking
back, what things would have
been helpful for you to have
known? Continue to build upon
your command's sponsor pro-
gram by answering the ques-
tions the newly arrived Sailor
and family members may have


had.
To better prepare you as a
sponsor, I highly encourage
you to attend a sponsor training
class offered at your local Fleet
and Family Support Center.
There you will learn about help-
ing inbound Sailors and fami-
lies and find the resources to
help answer any questions they
may have.
Remember, you and your
command's sponsor program
are the first impression a Sailor
and his or her family will have
of the new command. Make it
a good one!


CREDO Corner


By Cmdr.
Jon C. Fredrickson
Spiritual Fitness Division SE
We have all heard the funny
saying, "Ours is a strange and
unique relationship. You are
strange and I am unique."
The saying loses all its sense
of humor, however, when we
are no longer joking. More
and more the world we live in
seems divided between "them"
and "us."
"They" can take many dif-
ferent forms. "They" can be
Jacksonville drivers who sim-
ply do not know how to rule
the road like "us." "They" must


By MCCS(SW/AW)
Bill Houlihan
Navy Personnel Command Communica-
tions
Task Force IA and Navy
officials are ensuring Sailors
assigned to Individual
Augmentation (IA) billets are
being accurately tracked and
rewarded for their service.
Effective immediately, all
Sailors ordered away from par-
ent commands will receive
accurate recognition in blocks
29, 41 and 43 of their evalua-
tion or fitness report.
Block 29 specifies a Sailor's
primary and collateral duties,
while blocks 41 and 43 are areas
for promotion recommendation
and comments on performance,
respectively.
Chief of Naval Personnel Vice
Adm. John C. Harvey Jr., in a
message released in October,
said Task Force IA was specifi-
cally chartered to quickly and
thoughtfully design and imple-
ment a system to award credit
for IA tours.
"The effort, talent and dedica-
tion expended in this war," said
Harvey, "cannot be measured in
man-days or some other form of
arbitrary accounting system."
Harvey stipulated that unit
commanders will immediate-
ly begin documenting their IA
Sailors through the ITEMPO
reporting system, which is
a vehicle to enter and archive
each Sailor's deployed events.
The Sailor's parent command
will input the IA start date,
projected end date and Unit
Identification Code (UIC)
for the IA assignment. Use of
ITEMPO will ensure Sailors
individually deployed in sup-
port of the global war on terror-
ism (GWOT) are compensated
in terms of time at sea when
.they return to their home units,
:stations or ships.


have gotten their automotive
skills in some back-forty pas-
ture in Nebraska--Ma and Pa
Kettle types who have never
been on anything larger than a
two lane dirt road, much less
anyone acquainted with some-
thing called a traffic light. Why
did "they" have to move here
from God knows where to ruin
"our" commute to work.
Other forms of "us" and
"them" can become more prob-
lematic and even dangerous.
Sometimes we call them a
"they" because we see their dif-
ference as a threat. We might
even consider them sick and


Capt. Mike Saylor, Navy
Personnel Command's
(NPC)Augmentation Division
(PERS-46) director, said one
of the challenges his team has
faced is dealing with the fact
that not all IA orders have been
written in his shop. That had
resulted in some IA Sailors fly-
ing under the PERS-46 radar,
said Saylor. With ITEMPO now
employed, every Sailor assigned
to CENTCOM will receive
credit for their IA duty.
Advancement points, exam
flexibility, and follow-on coast
assignment guarantees have
all been approved, depend-
ing on the length of time spent
in various locations. Specific
guidelines and information on
IA incentives can be found on
Navy Knowledge Online in the
Individual Augmentee section.
Saylor said that in addition
to the incentives now offered
to Sailors on IA, new Navy
Enlisted Classifications (NEC)
and Additional Qualification
Designators (AQD) have been
added to support GWOT.
More than 25 NECs are now
based in major mission areas,
such as Improvised Explosive
Device (IED) suppression,
Detainee Ops, Civil Affairs
or Embedded Training Team
Member. Additionally, 128
AQDs have been assigned to
support GWOT.
Saylor also said there has
been significant process
improvement in regard to the
notification and training of
Sailors tabbed for IA duty.
Saylor said the Task Force is
now focusing on sourcing IA
assets to the global force man-
ager, providing better capac-
ity models to leadership and
working to further integrate the
newly-establishedExpeditionary
Combat Readiness Center.


"us" normal. It is not a stretch Personal
for that to be expanded to an spent my
attitude where we are superior that I was
and they are inferior. For some dreamed
it is a reverse twist. They have so much
and we don't. They don't seem mind set
to be hurting and we are. They than any
obviously don't have problems What a
and we do. They must have talk ourse
some secret or inside informa- ous speci
tion that we do not have. That some ph
makes them an even bigger nic and p
threat, between
Lest you think that I am people, b
describing someone with a case to draw
of paranoid delusions, hear then the rest ol
the observations of a Sailor who In fact,
recently attended a CREDO ent we al

Navy Looks
By Philip Molter
Naval District Washington Public, .
Commander, Naval Installations
Command (CNIC) hosted a Fitness Over
40 seminar at the Washington Navy Yard
(WNY) on Jan. 26 to introduce the Senior
Health Assessment Program Enterprise
(SHAPE) to those serving within the Naval
District of Washington.
This pilot program aims to educate and
motivate "senior" members of the Navy -
both active duty and civilian employees to
the significant benefits of strength training.
"Everyone employed by the Navy is part
of the Navy family," explained CNIC Navy
Fitness Program Manager Marc Meeker.
"Both civilians and Sailors have to be in
good shape to do their jobs. We want to
make sure that it's a fit Navy family."
"We want to [reach] the 'senior' people,


Chapel Call
Command Chaplain:
Cmdr. Phil Wyrick
SUNDAY
Sunday School...................... 9 a.m.
Morning Worship............10:30 a.m.
Protestant Baptism....... As requested
TUESDAY
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)......
.....9:30 a.m .
(First and third Tuesday of the
month)
WEDNESDAY
Women's Bible Study........9:30 a.m.
Choir Rehearsal................7...7 p.m.
SATURDAY
Men's Prayer Breakfast..........9 a.m.
Youth Group 2, 4..................6 p.m.

Catholic Services:
Sunday Masses..................... 9 a.m.
CCD..............10:15 a.m.-11:15 a.m.

BAPTISMS
Please call 270-5212 to arrange a
Baptism class.
SERVICES
For shipboard and Waterfront
Services, call 270-5403. Personnel of
other faiths seeking contact with spe-
cific religious groups should call the
Chaplain's Office at 270-5212.


Growth Retreat: "I
y whole life thinking
s an exception. I never
that everyone was
like me." The above
is far more common
of is willing to admit.
are we doing when we
;lves into such a dubi-
alness? Yes, there are
ysical, cultural, eth-
personality differences
us and a lot of other
ut does it make sense
a line between us and
f humanity?
the idea of how differ-
1 are is a myth. All of


us are more alike than different.
We all need love and support.
We all yearn for the good fel-
lowship of our peers. We all
want to count for something in
this life and have what we do
make a difference. And yes, we
all bleed if we are cut deeply.
CREDO exists for Sea
Service personnel and their
families to help people grow.
Growth is simply another word
for being aware. Personal
Growth Retreats are provided to
help people find out who they
are apart from what they do,
who they are with, or what they
have. Marriage Enrichment


Retreats are provided for cou-
ples to grow in their sense of
intimacy. Spiritual Growth
Retreats are provided to help
people understand how to relate
to a power greater than them
selves.
Living life in this world is just
too precious to be wasted on the
illusion that any of us is sur-
rounded by boundaries that not
only falsely divide us but also
cause us conflict and doubt.
If you are interested in grow-
ing as a person give CREDO a
call at 270-6958.


To Pump Up Force Health


that is to say [those] over 40, that are less
active due to the time put into their jobs,"
Meeker said. "More people in shape trans-
lates into less man hours lost plus being
able to do your job more efficiently and
effectively as you get older."
Most of the health problems plaguing
Americans are caused by a lack of activity
and, more specifically, a lack of resistance
exercise, according to guest speaker Wayne
Westcott, Ph.D. C.S.C.S. and research direc-
tor at the South Shore YMCA in Quincy,
Mass.
"The Navy is recognizing that and they're
putting a program in place to maintain
healthy lifestyles for those that are over
40, but want to act like they did when they
were 20 or 30," said Wescott.
CNIC seemed to time the seminar and its
introduction of SHAPE just right according


to one attendee.
"I was very excited to receive the notice
(about the seminar)," said Oreta Stinson of
the Navy Small Business Office at WNY "I
recently planned and rededicated myself to
getting fit. I wanted to get into the strength
training, but I wasn't quite sure what
approach to take, so when the notice came
out I thought great! I am almost 50, and I
thought it was time that I take charge of my
health and wellness. I want like (Westcott)
said to prevent potentially chronic dis-
eases in the future."
Westcott explained that getting back in
shape can reap rewards regardless of when
you start exercising.
"Anybody, at any age, can get a benefit
from physical exercise," said Wescott.


Naval Station Mayport
C apt. C harles King ............................................................................................ C om m and ing O officer
C m d r. Jo hn Lo bb ...................................................................................................... Executive O officer
CM DCM Deborah Davidson ......................................................................... Com m and M aster Chief
Naval Station Mayport Editorial Staff
B ill A ustin ........................................................................................................... Pu b lic A ffa irs O ff ice r
M C1 Sonja Cham bers ................. ................ ....................... Deputy Public Affairs Officer
M CSN Bonnie W illiam s ....................................................................... Assistant Public Affairs O officer
P a ig e G n a n n .......................................................................................... .. .. .... ............................. E d ito r
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L ifelines



Navy To Use ITEMPO

To Track IA Billets






THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, February 15, 2007 3

C calendar


On Base
Thursday, Feb. 15
The monthly Samuel B.
Roberts' family readiness group
meeting will be held at 6:30
p.m. at the Mayport USO. We
welcome all family members to
join us; as always, children are
welcome. A play room is avail-
able off of the meeting room for
the children. We will be hold-
ing nominations for new board
members. Please attend to voice
your opinions.
USS Taylor family readiness
group meeting will be held at
the USO on Mayport Rd. The
meeting time has changed to 6
p.m. All family members are
welcome. Fleet and Family
Services will be coming out
to discuss some very impor-
tant issues and what to expect
from loved ones when the ship
returns. Elections for the new
board will also be held. Free
childcare is provided.
Thursday, Feb. 22
A professional organizer
will be the featured speaker
this month at an Open Door
Session sponsored by the Naval
Officers' Spouses' Association
of Mayport. Karen Duncan will
share her expertise in the areas
of organizing closets, kitchens,
home offices/paper flow, laun-
dry rooms, toys, photos and
hobbies. The program is the
fourth in a series of Open Door
Sessions held at Ocean Breeze
Conference Center and begins
at 7 p.m. All attendees at the
program will be eligible to win
a free two-hour consultation
with Duncan in their home.
Friday, Feb. 23
The Naval Officers' Spouses'
Association invites members,
non-members, friends and fam-
ily to a Bowling Event from 5-
7 p.m. at Fast Lanes Bowling
Center. Please note this is a cor-
rected date. This is an event that
will be lots of fun for everyone
- from serious bowlers to first
time bowlers. Cost for unlimit-
ed bowling is $8 for adult mem-
bers; $10 for adult non-mem-
bers; and $6 children (under age
12). Adult fee includes shoe
rental; child fee does not include
shoe rental (there is a limited


number of children's bowling
shoes available for rental at
$1.85/pair or children may bowl
in either non-marking sneakers
or sox). To make a reservation,
call Cynthia Fong Smith at 372-
4049. Reservation deadline is
Feb. 16. Grilled food, salad
and beverages will be available
for purchase at the Fast Lanes
snack bar.
Wednesday, Feb. 28
The USS Philippine Sea fam-
ily readiness group will meet
at USO on Mayport Road at
6:45 p.m. Childcare is provid-
ed. Nominations for the group
board will also be taken at this
time.
Wednesday, March 7
The USS De Wert fami-
ly readiness group monthly
meeting will be at 7 p.m. at the
Mayport USO. Children are
welcome. Kerri Nichols from
Stampin' Up will show them
how to make your original
cards.
Thursday, March 8
The USS Carney family read-
iness group will meet at 6:45
p.m. at the USO on Mayport
Road. Childcare will be pro-
vided.
Friday, March 16
Naval Officers' Spouses
Association (NOSA) is hold-
ing its 17th annual "Time and
Talent" charity auction on at
Ocean Breeze Conference
Center. Doors will open at 6
p.m. The theme of this year's
event is "A Pot of Gold" and
will include a buffet and silent
and live auction. Cost is $10
per person in advance or $15
per person at the door. All char-
itable proceeds will be divided
among local military charities.
See your command NOSA rep-
resentative for reservations or
contact Michelle Mancuso at
372-9827, mmancuso24 aol.
com, or Deanna Garrity at 302-
5044, deannagarrity yahoo.
com.

Out in Town

Friday, Feb. 16
Fort Clinch State Park, 2601
Atlantic Ave. in Fernandina
Beach is holding "Step Up


Florida! Beach Walk At Fort
Clinch State Park." It is an out-
door event that promotes healthy
living and physical fitness.
Bring your family and friends
for a two-mile beach walk.
Registration at the pier parking
lot begins at 1:30 p.m.; walk
begins at 2 p.m. Remember
to wear closed toed walking
shoes and appropriate clothes
for the weather. Park admis-
sion fee waived for those par-
ticipating in the walk. Rain or
shine. Sponsored by the Nassau
County Health Department. For
questions or to register please
contact Amanda Brown, MS,
RD, LD/N, CDHPE Coordinator
at 904-225-9510.
The Ladies Auxillary Fleet
Reserve Association Branch
290, 390 Mayport Road, will
hold a country dinner with fried
chicken or meatloaf with all the
trimmings from 5-8 p.m. for a
donation of $8. Fried chicken
gizzards are $1.75 a bowl. Take
out orders are welcome and the
event is open to the public. Call
246-6855 for more information.
Tuesday, Feb. 20
The Beaches Branch Library,
600 3rd St. Neptune Beach, will
hold a Chinese New Year Craft
program from 4-5 p.m. Join us
to celebrate Chinese New Year
with stories and a fun craft.
Ages 5-12 welcome. For more
information, call 241-1141.
The Beaches Branch Library,
600 3rd St. Neptune Beach,
will hold a Bedtime Stories at
6:30 p.m. Wear your P.J.'s and
bring your favorite stuffed toy.
For more information, call 241-
1141.
Wednesday, Feb. 21
The Duval County Extension
Service, 1010 N. McDuff Ave.,
will hold a "Florida Master
Naturalist" course. The module
offered will be Coastal Systems
by the University of Florida,
Whitney Laboratory or Marine
Bioscience, in St. Augustine,
Fl. This program is for adults
who want to learn more about
Florida's environment. Teachers
may receive up to 40 hours of
continuing education credits.
Topics include: ecosystems
(marine, estuarine and coastal
uplands) key plants, wildlife


and the role of humans in shap-
ing the environment. Each mod-
ule includes classroom presen-
tations, videos, field trips and
practical interpretation. Advance
registration is required. Course
fee is $200. To register go to
www.mastematuralist.org.
Thursday, Feb. 22
The City of Jacksonville
Canning Center in coopera-
tion with the Duval County
Extension Service will offer a
workshop from 9 a.m.-noon.
Learn how to make strawberry
preserves and take some home
for the family to enjoy. The
cost is $20 per person including
all materials. You must pre-pay
to register. Send a $20 check
made payable to DCEOC and
mail to 2525 Commonwealth
Ave. Deadline is Feb. 19. Call
387-8860 for any questions.
Friday, Feb. 23
Duval County Extension
Service, 1010 N. McDuff Ave.,
will hold its workshop, "Make
& Take Rain Barrels" from
10 a.m.-I p.m. Let's all save
the rain with rain barrels and
rain gardens. Attendees at this
workshop will make their own
rain barrel to take home. We
can then see how to connect a
rain barrel to a rain garden if
desired. Also a rain barrel artist
will show us decorating tech-
niques. Cost is $30 per person
attending. Advanced payment
and registration is required.
Payment must be received by
Tuesday, February 20, 2007.
E Make checks payable to
DCOHAC. Seating is limited
to 30 prepaid registrations. For
questions, call 387-8850.
Saturday, Feb. 24
The Jacksonville Genealogical
Society will hold a seminar at




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Riverside. Our speaker will be
J. Mitchell Brown, MA, who
specializes in professional gene-
alogical research in Alabama,
Georgia, and Florida. Specific
topics will be discussed at a
later time. For additional infor-
mation please contact Mary
Chauncey at 781-9300.
The Beaches Branch Library,
600 3rd St. Neptune Beach, will
hold a Family Board Games
Day at 2-4 p.m. Chutes and
Ladders! Scrabble! Checkers!
Battleship! All of your favorite
games, for ages 5- 95. For more
information, call 241-1141.
The Jacksonville Genealogical
Society will hold their 2007
Spring Genealogical Seminar
from 9 a.m.-4 p.m at St. Paul's
Church Hall, 2609 Park Street.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
Cost is $30 for JGS members,
$35 for non-members. Price
includes lunch if registration
is postmarked prior to Feb. 17.
Speaker is J. Mitchell Brown;
Genealogy lecturer, author and
researcher. His topics are: "Is
There a Doctor In the House;
Remedial Remedies for the
Research Maladies of the
Family Historian,"; "Dockets,
Dossiers, and Distributions-
Nineteenth Century Probate in
the Deep South,"; "Reading the
News for Clues--Pains, Pitfalls
and Pleasures of Newspaper
Research,"; and Census
Enumerators-Their Bloopers,
Blurbs and Benefactors." For
additional information please
contact Mary Chauncey at 781-
9300.
Tuesday, Feb. 27
Duval County Extension
Service will hold the workshop
"How to Start and What to


Grow in your Spring Vegetable
Garden" from 10 a.m.-noon at
Duval County Extension Office,
1010 N. McDuffAve. Call 387-
8850 to register. Cost is $5 at
the door.
Saturday, March 3
Chabad @ the Beaches pres-
ents 2,362nd Annual Purim
Celebration creating
Jewish excitement and fun
for the whole family. The entire
Jacksonville
Beaches Jewish community is
invited regardless of affiliation
or background. The event will
be held starting with a Handalla
service at 7:15 p.m., followed
by a Megilla reading at 7:30
p.m. and traditional Purim food
8 p.m. The event is will take
place at Chabad @ the Beaches'
Center for Jewish Life, 521 A1A
N, in Ponte Vedra. The event is
free.
Monday, March 5
Duval County Extension
Office, 1010 N. McDuff Ave.,
will present a "Septic System
Workshop" at 6:30-8 p.m. about
Jacksonville's new septic tank
requirements and how to prop-
erly maintain them. The will be
a charge of $2 for light refresh-
ments and handouts. Please pre-
register by calling 387-8850.
Saturday, March 10
Take Americas Boating
Course presented by the Coast
Guard Auxiliary. Maximize
your knowledge and your fam-
ily's safety. Cost is only $25,
including materials. Program
runs from 7:30 a.m.-5:00p.m.
at the Captains' Club, 13363
Beach Blvd. The program
meets Florida legal require-
ments for boater education. For
more information, call Mike
Christnacht at 502-9154.


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4 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, February 15, 2007



NJROTC Group Gets All Wet In Trainer


By MC2 Brian Smarr
Staff
Pike High School Naval
Junior Reserve Officer
Training Corps (NJROTC) of
Indianapolis, Ind., got a watery
surprise during a visit to Naval
Station Mayport's wet trainer
on Feb. 2.
Lined up in formation and led
by Damage Controlman First
Class Derrick Harney, the stu-
dents got a good look at the wet
situation they were about to be
in, a trip inside a trainer that
floods and releases 37,000 gal-
lons of fresh water.
They went to the trainer after
intense classroom instruction
on safety, technique and a brief
overview of what to expect. The
trainer teaches sailors, midship-
men and NJROTC students
aspects of pipe patching, shor-
ing and plugging.
The 20 students were divid-
ed into two teams, each having
different sides and scenarios in
the trainer. Team leaders were
briefed on what their roles
would be as investigators.
Following the instruction,
the unexpected happened.
The trainer's 1MC screamed
"missiles inbound, port side,
all hands brace for shock!" It
was followed by three star-
tlingly loud thuds to the side of
the metal hull. Students brac-
ing against the wall jumped


and water flooded the trainer.
Starting with knee deep water,
the students were put to the test
by performing what they were
taught.
The two NS ROTC investiga-
tors checked the flooded com-
partment, then made their way
back to tell the rest of the crew
that they have some challenges
ahead of them. With approval
from their instructor, the group
of 10 prepared to move into the
flooding compartment and gath-
ered the tools they think they
would need quickly.
After 15 minutes and many
damp shivers, the group got the
flooding under control with the
water level waist height.
Cadet Petty Officer Third
Class Jon Morgan had a unique
interpretation of the drill, "The
only thing I can compare it to is
like jumping into a cold lake."
Damage Controlmen and
Officer in Charge retired Lt.
Cmdr. Bill James looked on as
students exit the trainer's port
hatch under a shower of runoff
water.
"I think this will be the most
talked about thing when they
return to school." James said,
"We had a couple of cadets who
were a bit antsy, and I thought
they weren't going to enjoy it,
but I saw smiles on their faces."


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Under the watchful eye of an instructor, Pike High School NJROTC students place a clamp over a ruptured section of piping in the wet
trainer. The trainer gives hands-on training to Sailors, midshipmen and NJROTC students in basic damage-control procedures.


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Pike High School NJROTC Commanding Officer Tyler Rosh exits through a shower of runoff water
outside the wet trainer


.Prior to entering the wet trainer Damage Controlman First Class Andre Bannis gives Pike High Scool
:NJROTC students a safety brief and an overview of what to expect.


Pike High Scool NJROTC cadet executive officer Chris Raphael searches for areas taking on water in.
the wet trainer.






THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, February 15, 2007 5


Chaplain Oversees Ships' Spiritual Care

By MC2(AW/SW) Leah Stiles .. '." U r.J" # l-


FleetPACEN SE
Chaplain Troy Todd is a chaplain who wears many hats.
Working with the Operational Ministry Center (OMC), he takes
care of Sailors aboard several ships at NS Mayport.
Formerly of USS Vicksburg (CG 69) where he served as
Command Chaplain, Todd now oversees the spiritual welfare of the
crews of USS Vicksburg, USS John L. Hall (FFG 32) and USS De
Wert (FFG 45).
The Operational Ministry Center was set up in July 2006 to pro-
vide more essential and broad coverage to the frigate and destroyer
communities who normally wouldn't have their own chaplain.
Currently, the OMC has assigned its chaplains specific ships to
individually cover providing a strong waterfront chaplain coverage.
OMC chaplains cover three or more ships with the ultimate goal
of forging strong relationships and providing strong deck plate
ministry.
Driven by a goal to help each ship feel ownership of having their
own chaplain, Chaplain Todd obtained a hat from each ship and
had "CHAPS" inscribed on the back. When a Sailor on the ship
sees him they can easily be reminded that this ship has their own
chaplain.
"I want to be visible, accessible and approachable when I'm on a
ship. When Sailors on each ship see me, I want them to say "'That's
my ship's chaplain', not just 'There's a chaplain'," said Todd.
Many times on base Chaplain Todd has been stopped by Sailors
off the three different ships and they introduce him to their family
members as 'their ship's chaplain.'
Chaplain Todd is responsible for three ships, the crew and family
members, which adds up to a lot of people.
"Investing my time and energy into three ships is demanding, but
the most satisfying part of my job is walking the deck plates and
building relationships with Sailors," Todd said when asked how it
feels to provide coverage for so many people. "At the end of the
day it's rewarding to know that you have given yourself to other
people and hopefully made a difference in their life."


-Photot by MC2(AW/SW) Leah Stiles
Chaplain Troy Todd of Operational Ministry Center oversees the spiritual welfare of the crews of USS Vicksburg, USS John L. Hall (FFG
32) and USS De Wert (FFG 45).


VITA Lends a Hand During A 'Taxing' Time


By MCSN Patrick J. Cook
FleetPACENSE
The Volunteer Income Tax
Assistance (VITA) program
aboard Naval Station Mayport
will be available to help service
members prepare their taxes
until April 16.
Lt. Deborah Loomis and her
team of 10 VITA representatives
have been tabulating tax returns
for station personnel since Jan.
22. In its first 10 days of opera-
tion, the tax team has completed
and electronically filed more
than 220 tax returns.
"Last year the base VITA pro-
gram filed over 2500 returns
and hopes to beat that number
this year," said Loomis.
"This is an all-volunteer ser-
vice and volunteers have gone
way beyond the call of duty
to prepare the spaces and to
provide excellent service to
our customers," said Loomis.
"Chief Boatswain Mate Ernest
O'Rourke assembled a team of
volunteers who worked many
long off-duty hours making sure
the tax center was ready for
opening day."
VITA, which is free to ser-
vicemembers and their families,
estimates the average savings
for their clients ranges from $65
on a 1040EZ to around $100 on
a 1040.
"This has been my fifth or
sixth year using the program,"
said Chief Quartermaster Lydia
Sierra. "I started because it was
quick, convenient and military
friendly but it also saves me
almost a $100 a year."
Representatives for the pro-
gram are trained and certified
by the IRS in basic tax issues
such as earned income tax cred-
it, child tax credit, dependant
care expenses and basic item-


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-Photo by MCSN Patrick J. Cook
Lt. j.g. Matt Sullivan, a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) center coordinator, helps Guadalupe and Pedro Pina prepare their fed-
eral tax income. The VITA service runs until April 16 and is free to all service members and their families.


ized deductions. VITA volun-
teers will also help prepare state
taxes if they are not too com-
plex, said Loomis.
"In most cases the time they
(volunteers) spend at the tax
center is in addition to their
normal duties on base," said
Loomis. "They are not paid for
their efforts whereas they could
take their same training off base
and charge for their tax prepara-
tion services."
The VITA office is located
in building 1363 across from
the Naval Federal Credit


Union and is open for walk-in
appointments from 8:30 a.m.-
4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday
and Friday and from 9 a.m.-6
p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.
They will also be available by
appointment only Saturdays.
Newlyweds and the recent-
ly divorced should ensure the
name on their tax return match-
es the name registered with the
Social Security Administration
(SSA). A mismatch could
unexpectedly delay a refund,
increase a tax bill or reduce the
size of a refund.


For recently married tax-
payers, if a woman takes her
husband's last name, but
doesn't tell the SSA about the
name change, a complication
may result. If the couple files
a joint tax return with her new
name, the IRS computers will
not be able to match the new
name with the Social Security
Number.
After a divorce, a woman who
had taken her husband's name
and made that change known
to the SSA should contact the
SSA if she reassumes a previ-


ous name.
It's easy to inform the SSA of
a name change by filing Form
SS-5 at a local SSA office. It
usually takes two weeks to have
the change verified. The form is
available on the agency's Web
site, www.socialsecurity.gov,
by calling 800-772-1213 and at
local offices. The SSA Web site
provides the addresses of local
offices.
Generally, taxpayers must
provide SSNs for each depen-
dent claimed on the tax return.
For adopted children without


SSNs, the parents can apply for
an adoption taxpayer identifica-
tion number, or ATIN, by filing
Form W-7A with the IRS. The
ATIN is used in place of the
SSN on the tax return. The form
is available on the IRS Web
site, IRS.gov, or by calling 800-
TAX-FORM (800-829-3676).
The city of Jacksonville will
refund up to $800 of property
taxes paid by qualifying mil-
itary personnel as part of the
Active Military Combat Duty
Grant.
Qualifying military person-
nel are servicemembers 0-3 and
below who served in a combat
zone for a minimum of 60 days
in an active duty capacity during
2006. Qualified military person-
nel must have owned, resided,
and had a homestead exemption
upon property in Duval County.
Qualifying military person-
nel may file an application with
the Veterans Services Division
of the city of Jacksonville and
must provide:
(1) Proof of combat service
(Leave and Earning Statement
indicating combat pay during
the period applying for, letter
from the respective unit com-
mander or personnel office stat-
ing combat duty and dates, or
any other official certifiable
documentation specifying dates
of combat duty);
(2) Proof of homestead
exemption;
(3) Proof of payment of taxes
from the Tax Collector's office
More information and the
application form is available at
www.coj.net. Under "Services"
click on "Veterans Services"
then "Active Military Combat
Duty Grant." Phone: (""14) 630-
7229.


C ritter Corner
Greetings from the Natural and either starve or 1
Resources Manager, Laura LaBella. with more people.
I am here to try and maintain a bal- *Do not feed the
ance between the operations of NS left out for the cats
Mayport and the plants and animals coons as well. The
that call this area home. feral cats is a seric
A very prominent critter in the base, but they do no
area is the raccoon. No doubt many coons away. A racc
of you have been surprised by one can kill a cat. A CNC
trapped in a dumpster. Raccoons are feeding feral cats and
generally not a threat, but they can can face disciplinary
carry diseases such as rabies and *Secure all pet f
distemper that can be transmitted to indoors or at least d
pets and people. They can also carry food in a bowl outs
a parasite that can be fatal. In some especially at night.
areas on base, they have become a *Ifyou see a race
serious problem to health and safe- day that does not
ty. The problem is being worked on, day that does not
but we need your help. Please be problem. However
mind-full of the following: raccoon that is leth
*Raccoons come to food sourc- ts back wal
es. Remember the movie, "Over drinking a lot of v
the Hedge"? Take steps to secure ing signs of aggress
garbage and dumpsters. Keep lids stay away and report
closed at all times. After an out- Contact the station
door function, please make sure at 219-2178, the Na
food items are disposed of properly. manager at 270-67
They have a great sense of smell, Security (nights an
so will track down that stash in the 270-5583 for assess
desk or locker! If you have any q
*Do not feed them. They may be contact me at 270-
cute, but they are wild. The easier it 214. I would be g
is to find food, the more babies they your area and record
:have. Eventually they overpopulate coon procedures.


begin to conflict

feral cats. Food
attracts the rac-
e population of
)us problem on
ot keep the rac-
coon after food
3 directive bans
id anyone caught
y action.
food. Feed pets
do not leave pet
ide all the time,

coon during the
always mean a
r, if you see a
argic, dragging
king in circles,
vater, or show-
ion to humans -
t it immediately.
Wildlife officer
itural Resources
30 ext. 214, or
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ment.
questions, please
6730 extension
lad to evaluate
mmend anti-rac-


USS Mclnerney Meets With



Costa Rican Dignitaries


By Ensign Lauren Schneider
USS McInerney Public. ;, Office
Following support to the seizure of
2.3 tons of contraband with the assis-
tance of Costa Rica in mid-January, USS
McInerney (FFG 8) welcomed several
Costa Rican government officials to greet
and congratulate the crew on a successful
interdiction.
After meeting with the Commanding
Officer and congratulating each other
on the first joint counter- narco opera-
tion between the U.S. Navy and Costa
Rica, the visitors were taken on a tour
by various members of ship's company.


They were shown Mclnerney's Combat
Information Center, bridge, and decks.
Operations Specialist 2nd Class Jose
Ramiro, who served as a translator, com-
mented, "I never thought our bust would
have such international implications.
Though they are never routine, this one
didn't start off as big as it grew to be. It
was exciting to be a part of history like
this. I also liked the fact that the govern-
ment was interested enough to come out
and visit us. It made me realize that we
do have a very capable ship and is very
impressive to others, judging by their
reactions."


With a total of 5.8 tons of seized con-
traband and successful meetings with
both Colombian Navy and Costa Rican
officials before their fifth month of
deployment, McInerney proves to be
a valuable asset in this Counter-Narco
Terrorism effort. McInerney continues
to be ready to answer the call and live up
to her motto of "Fast, Fearless, Gallant."
McInerney is deployed under the
operational control of U.S. Naval Forces
Southern Command as part of a Joint/
Inter-Agency Task force conducting
counter-narcotics trafficking operations
in the Caribbean and Eastern Pacific.


Huffman Drives for JR, Navy At Daytona
By Jeffrey Nichols Fifteen (HS-15) will be the Fleet Honoree stable full of great cars and I'm confident
Commander, Navy Recruiting at the Busch Series race on Saturday. we're going to run up front on a consis-
Command Public.,-- In 2006, Huffman competed in 10 tent basis this year.
The Navy's 2007 NASCAR Busch Busch Series events for JR Motorsports. "In January, we brought a brand new
Series team will begin its quest for the In the final four races of the season he car down to Daytona for testing, worked
2007 championship Feb. 17 in the sea- scored two top-10 finishes and led 17 out all of the bugs and made our way up
son opener at the Orbiz 300 at Daytona laps at Phoenix International Raceway. to the top of the board," Huffman said.
International Speedway. Driver Shane "Last season ended too soon for this "We're bringing the same car back this
Huffman will be at the wheel of the Dale Navy team. We were definitely on a roll weekend and we're ready to kick off the
Earnhardt Jr.-owned JR Motorsports, No. there at the end of the year and plan to new season with a great finish."
88 Navy "Accelerate Your Life" Monte carry that momentum into the 2007 sea- The race will be televised live at 1 p.m.
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Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron chief) and my Navy team have built a pre-race beginning at noon.






6 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, February 15, 2007


CNO's 2007 Guidance Focuses On Execution


From ( rofNaval Operations Public

Chief of Naval Operations
(CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen
released his annual guidance
Feb. 2, calling for the Navy
to follow-through and rapidly
execute on "every plan, bud-
get decision, strategy and policy
we devise" to better defend our
nation and our national inter-
ests.
To meet this challenge,
Mullen's 2007 Guidance rein-
forces the Navy's vision, mis-
sion and guiding principles and
priorities -- which have not
changed from last year. Those
priorities are: 1) to sustain com-
bat readiness, 2) to build a fleet
for the future, and 3) to develop
21 st Century leaders.
He also calls for "accountable
execution" of key objectives
and identifies three specific
focus areas for Navy leaders.
First among the focus areas is
warfighting.
"While we continue to fight
the war on terror we must also
contend with traditional threats
from regional powers who pos-
sess robust conventional, and
in some cases, nuclear capabili-
ties," CNO wrote. "The free-
dom to conduct naval operations
in support of joint, allied and
coalition operations -- assuring
access and projecting persistent
combat power -- must be pre-
served through enduring, warf-
ighting competencies. We are,
and will remain a warfighting,
seagoing service."
The second focus area is
building strong partnerships.
Mullen quoted the President's
National Strategy for Maritime
Security, which states, "the
safety and economic security
of the United States depends
upon the secure use of the
world's oceans." It further notes
that, "maritime security is best
achieved by blending public and
private maritime security activi-
ties on a global scale into an
integrated effort that addresses
all maritime threats."
One key partnership con-
cept which gained international
attention this past year is the
"1,000-Ship Navy," a concept
for global maritime partner-
ships introduced by the CNO
at the International Sea Power
Symposium in Newport, R.I. in
September 2005. Mullen said
he was eager to find new ways
to implement the concept.
"Whenever and wherever
the opportunity exists, we must
develop and sustain relation-
ships that will help improve
the capacity of our emerging
and enduring partners' maritime
forces, and help them achieve
common desired effects,"
Mullen wrote. "We must encour-
age nations to provide security
within their territorial waters
and to seal seams between
neighbors, either by accepting
assistance to improve their own
capabilities, or through collec-
tive security and information
sharing arrangements."
The third focus area is diver-
sity, which the CNO calls a stra-
tegic imperative for the Navy.
He pointed to the fact that our
nation is a democracy founded
on the promises of opportunity
for all, and because the nation's
demographics continually
change, the Navy must change
with it. "To the degree we truly
represent our democracy," he
said, "we are a stronger, more
relevant armed force."
"Diversity is a leadership
issue, and everyone is a lead-
er," Mullen added. "Through
our communications, education,
policies, programs and conduct,
each of us must actively foster
environments where people are
valued, respected, and provided
the opportunity to reach their
full personal and professional


potential."
Mullen also shared a quick
assessment of 2006 progress
toward his three priorities,
stressing a series of accomplish-
ments.
"The Navy answered all bells
in 2006," he wrote, making spe-
cial mention of the sacrifices
by those serving as individual
augmentees. "We met every
demand by combatant com-
manders for well-trained, com-
bat-ready forces -- conducting
combat operations, international
disaster relief operations and
humanitarian missions. Navy
individual augmentees continue
to make significant contribu-
tions around the world in all
manner of joint and coalition
billets."
He pointed to the 30-year
shipbuilding plan the Navy
submitted to Congress that will
provide a balanced fleet of 313
ships by 2020, and said last
year's Manpower, Personnel,
Training, and Education merger
has already yielded efficiencies
and effectiveness in workforce
management.
"We developed a 'Path to
Jointness,'" he said, soh cd
key technical issues for Spiral
I of the Sea Warrior system, and
completed Phase I (Assessment)
of the Diversity Campaign
Plan."
He also acknowledged the
newly-established Foreign Area
Officer program and said the
Navy was "taking a close look
at foreign language require-
ments in support of expedition-
ary missions."
Mullen also made note in
the Guidance of the Maritime
Strategy currently under devel-
opment and the "1,000-Ship
Navy," has resonated well with
the leaders of maritime forces
around the world.
Though he pointed to various
initiatives underway to support
the "1,000-Ship Navy," includ-
ing an upcoming Global Fleet
Stations pilot program in the
U.S. Southern Command Area
of Responsibility, he said he
was eager to explore newer and
more creative ideas.


The main theme throughout
the guidance is execution -- the
act of simply getting things
done. "The challenges we face
today are not altogether for
today. They are for the future,
for our children and for their
children," said Mullen. "We
owe these future generations
nothing less than our best effort
to plan well, of course, but to


execute smartly those things we
plan."
Mullen praised the work of
Navy Sailors, civilians and fam-
ilies in defending freedom, and
made note of the long-ranging,
far reaching impact the sea ser-
vice continues to have.
"While our ground forc-
es are engaged in Iraq and
Afghanistan, the United States


Navy with its ability to deliver
global reach and persistent pres-
ence will continue to serve as
a vital element of our nation's
"Strategic Reserve"," he said.
"I am proud of the example
our Sailors, civilians and their
families have set, as I am of
the leadership they have demon-
strated. We should feel embold-
ened by their courage and by


the course we have taken. It is
tough work, make no mistake.
But our commitment to doing
it has had, and will continue to
have, a profound impact on the
lives of countless people around
the world."
The CNO's Guidance for
2007 is available online at
www.navy.mil.


CNO Signs Diversity Policy, Stresses

Connection To Mission Accomplishment


From ( of Naval Operations
Public. -
Reemphasizing his strong
position on the importance
of a diverse workforce to the
Navy's readiness in the war
on terrorism, Chief of Naval
Operations Adm. Mike Mullen
released the Navy's official
Diversity Policy on Jan. 30.
"We defend the greatest
nation in the world," Mullen
stated in the one-page docu-
ment. "The strength of our
diversity directly and irrefut-
ably helps us do so. The Navy
will stay committed to improv-
ing that strength."
The policy statement has three
main points: Diversity is a stra-
tegic imperative; diversity is
critical to mission accomplish-
ment; and diversity is a leader-
ship issue.
Noting that we live in a


nation whose demographic
makeup continually changes,
reflecting the influx of new
immigrants and the growth of
minority populations, Mullen
said it was important for the
Navy to change with it -- "to
the degree we truly repre-
sent our democracy, we are a
stronger, more relevant armed
force."
Diversity also helps the
Navy accomplish its mission,
according to Mullen. There is a
direct link to diversity and the
ability of the Navy to operate
in new places and in new mis-
sions for the war on terrorism.
"Like any organization
in time of change, we thrive
on the infusion of new ideas
and the diversity of thought,"
Mullen stated. "This is particu-
larly true today, when under-
standing the mores, customs


and ideals of diverse cultures,
as well as the perspectives of
other people, remains critical
to winning the long war."
Diversity is also a leadership
issue, and everyone -- Mullen
argued -- is a leader. He said
it was up to everyone in the
Navy to promote a culture that
embraces diversity.
"Through our communica-
tions, education, policies, pro-
grams and conduct, each of us
will actively foster work envi-
ronments where people are val-
ued, respected, and provided
the opportunity to reach their
full personal and professional
potential."
The goal of this policy is to
ensure people know that the
Navy is committed to their per-
sonal and professional growth
and development, according
to Capt. Yolanda Y Reagans,


the CNO's special assistant for
diversity.
"Leaders must take this
policy and use it to empow-
er their Sailors to achieve the
Navy's diversity vision and
mission," Reagans asserted.
"Every Sailor needs to promote
and encourage a culture that
embraces diversity."
And encouraging that culture
will help the Navy accomplish
the mission, wherever and
whatever it may be. "What
we are continually working
for what we all need to work
toward is a Navy that con-
tinually invests in the strength
of America's diversity, where
every Sailor and civilian can
prosper and contribute to mis-
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RGB Names Top Sailors


-Photo courtesy of USS The Sullivans
ETI(SW) Kevin Brown is the Senior Sailor of the Year for USS The Sullivans (DDG 68). Brown
is pictured in his visit, board, search and seizure gear during a Maritime Interdiction Operation
(MIO) drill. The Sullivans has just completed maritime safety and security operations with Turkey to
strengthen the partnership between the two navies.


USS The Sullivans Picks


2006 Sailor Of Year


From USS The Sulihvans
ETI(SW) Kevin Brown was
selected as the Senior Sailor of
the Year for USS The Sullivans.
Brown is the leading petty
officer for Combat Systems
Electronics Division and has
17 Sailors working with him.
These Sailors form a team that
is responsible for the day-to-day
duties of providing the means to
navigate the ship, communicate
with the world, and entertain


the crew.
"I am honored to have been
selected by the leadership of
USS The Sullivans as the Sailor
of the Year," Brown said. "I
can't take the credit for receiv-
ing this recognition. Every
Sailor in Combat Systems
Electronics Division has made
this possible and should feel
proud of their individual accom-
plishments, without them our
team could not have succeed-


ed".
He also expressed his grati-
tude for the support that his
wife, Sara, and his daughter,
Anna, have given him through-
out the year. He said he would
also like to thank Electronics
Material officer Lt.j.g. Greg
Carter and ETC (SW) William
Humphrey for setting the bar at
levels that seemed unattainable
while never accepting less than
his best.


NAS Jacksonville SOY


Wins CNRSE Competition


By MC1(SW/AW)
Heather Ewton
JaxAirNews
Each year since 1972, a
candidate serving ashore has
been selected as the Atlantic
Fleet Shore Sailor of the Year.
This year, TM1(SW/AW)
Jaime Quinones from the
NAS Jacksonville Weapons
Department, is one step closer
to achieving this goal.
Commander, Navy Region
Southeast (CNRSE) recently
named Quinones as Sailor of
the Year during a ceremony held
Feb. 8 at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club. He competed against
21 other Sailors from CNRSE
commands, unanimously win-
ning the prestigious title.
Commands falling under
CNRSE have been screening
their Sailors, examining their
professional records, qualifica-
tions, their duty assignments,
awards and civic involvement
over the past two months.
"I want you to feel good when
you walk away from this experi-
ence for many reasons. Most of
all, you have been recognized
among the best in our leadership
chain. I sincerely congratulate
you for what you have accom-
plished," commented CNRSE
Rear Adm. Mark Boensel, as
he addressed the group of the
region's top Sailors while their
families and command leader-
ship anxiously waited for the
winner to be announced.


Quinones was chosen from
among hundreds of petty offi-
cers to represent the Southeast
Region at the next level of com-
petition which will be held in
Norfolk, Va. in March.
"I'm at a loss for words.
From a personal standpoint, it's
emotional. You're looking at
an individual who recently has
been through some serious per-
sonal struggles. Just when I felt
the world was falling apart, my
chain of command stood next to
me and held me up," remarked
Quinones. "It's an honor to be
here. It truly is."
The group of Sailors arrived
at NAS Jax from all over the
region at the beginning of the
week and enjoyed social events
that built friendships and forged
strong networking relationships.
"I had a great time with
each of the candidates. I was
impressed with the skill level
across the board. All of the
combined experience that each
petty officer brought to the
table, kept this competition at
a level that reminds me of how
honored I am to be the winner,"
said Quinones. "On a personal
note, they are a great group of
people. We all felt well accom-
plished and proud to be repre-
senting the region. We are all
winners."
In March, Quinones will
advance to the Commander, U.S.
Atlantic Fleet (COMLANTFLT)
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Va. If selected, he'll then com-
pete for the COMLANTFLT
Shore Sailor of the Year in
April. The Atlantic Fleet winner
will then compete in the Navy-
wide Shore Sailor of the Year
competition in Washington D.C.
The Navy-wide Sailor of the
Year will receive a Navy and
Marine Corps Commendation
Medal, be meritoriously
advanced to the next higher pay
grade and may elect to serve a
one-year tour as a special assis-
tant to the Master Chief Petty
Officer of the Navy.
"I want my chain of command
to know that every single thing
they've taught me, I am going
to take with me to Virginia as
I represent the region. I prom-
ise you this, I will not let you
down," stated a determined
Quinones. "There are so many
things out there that are yet to
be discovered and I honestly
hope that this is a stepping stone
for more things to follow."


From USS Robert G. 5 ,
CS1(SW/AW) Jeffrey
Dickerson was selected as USS
Robert G. Bradley's Sailor of
the Year (SOY) for 2006.
Dickerson, S-2 Division's
leading petty officer, was
involved not only within his
division, but at the departmen-
tal and command level as well.
Some of the accomplishments
that helped propel Dickerson
to his selection as SOY was
his participation in the ship's
Damage Control training team,
a member of the ship's diversity
team, USS Robert G. Bradley's
Sailor of the Quarter for the
fourth quarter of 2006, and
community relations coordina-
tor.
Dickerson was Supply
Department's Command Fitness
Leader as well as an active
member of the mentor pro-
gram. During his off duty time,
Dickerson coached baseball,
basketball, and soccer for the
local YMCA, as well as pro-
viding mentorship to all of the
children he coached.
Dickerson, an 18-year vet-
eran from Crewe, Va., complet-
ed three counter narco-terror-
ism deployments, a Baltic Sea
cruise, and several training peri-
ods while onboard USS Robert
G. Bradley.
STG2(SW) Ian Brown
was selected USS Robert
G. Bradley's Junior Sailor of
the Year (JSOY) for 2006.
Brown, CA Division's lead-
ing petty officer (LPO), is an
intricate member of the Sonar
Division as well as the Combat
Systems Department, where he
serves as the Combat Systems
Departmental Safety petty offi-
cer.
Within CA Division, Brown
is the Divisional Maintenance
Assistance Module Manager
for over 1500 pieces of sonar
equipment. As a leader, Petty
Officer Brown supervises


CS1(SW/AW)
Jeffrey Dickerson
11 Sonar Technicians and is
responsible for 10 divisional
spaces throughout the ship.
While serving as LPO, STG2
Brown has helped to achieve a
100 percent retention rate, 100
percent equipment readiness
status, and 100 percent mis-
sion capability. In his role as a
Sonar Technician system expert,
Petty Officer Brown conducted
in-rate training that led to an 80
percent advancement rate within
his division.
Brown, a five-year vet-
eran from Indianapolis, Ind.,
has completed three counter
narco-terrorism deployments,
a Baltic Sea deployment, and
several training periods while
serving on board USS Robert
G. Bradley for more than five
years.
DC3(SW) Jim Robinson
was selected as USS Robert G.
Bradley's Bradleyman of the
Year (BMOY) for 2006. DC3
Robinson, a member of Repair
Division, is an intricate member
of the ship's fire fighting and
training team.
At the command level,
Robinson is the team leader for
the primary Damage Control
Repair Station, responsible for
22 firefighters. DC3 Robinson
is the team leader for the first
response "Flying Squad," a


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Feb. 15, 9-11 a.m., Resume
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Feb. 15, 9 a.m.-noon, New
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Feb. 22, 8-11 a.m., Anger
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Feb. 22, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
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Feb. 22, 9 a.m.-noon, New
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Feb. 26, 6-8 p.m. Ombudsman
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Feb. 26, 1-3 p.m., FERP Job
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DC3(SW) Jim Robinson
member of the helicopter crash
and salvage team, and serves
as an inport and underway Fire
Marshall.
Robinson conducts basic and
advanced damage control train-
ing with all Bradleymen, lead-
ing to the qualification of all
crewmembers. Within Repair
Division, DC3 Robinson is
the Divisional Training Petty
Officer and Assistant Work
Center Supervisor for the
Damage Control Shop.
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eran from Hudson, Ohio, is cur-
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M WR Happenings


Auto Skills Center
February special: 10 percent
off alignment. For Auto Skills
Center information call 270-
5392.

Bingo
Bingo is held weekly at
Beachside Community Center
from 6:30-10 p.m. Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and 12:30-4
p.m. Sunday. Thursday is paper
only. Lunchtime bingo is offered
on Wednesday from 11:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Lunchtime bingo
is paper only with 11 games for
$12. For Bingo information call
270-7197.

Castaway's Lounge
Every Tuesday night
is karaoke at Castaway's
and on Wednesday nights,
Castaway's shows a movie or
two. Castaway's Lounge at
Beachside Community Center
caters to all tastes in music with




The following activities and
events target single or unaccom-
panied Sailors. For additional
information on Liberty events,
call Planet Mayport Single
Sailor Center at 270-7788 or
7789.
Feb. 15: Comedy Zone Trip.
Join the Liberty Program for
a night of comedy and fun at
the Comedy Zone in Mandarin.
This trip is free and includes
admission, transportation and
appetizers. There is a one drink
minimum purchase. This trip is
open to those 18 years old and
older.
Feb. 16 and 23: The Ultimate
Lunch Break. Try your luck
in this lunchtime competition
and win big. All contestants get
free lunch at Planet Mayport.
Contest starts at 11:30 a.m.
Feb. 19: President's Day. Pay
homage to our founding fathers
today as we celebrate their
accomplishments in history.
Feb. 20: Fat Tuesday at
Planet Mayport. Celebrate this
infamous "holiday" and get
fat tonight at Planet Mayport.
Extreme eating challenge will
start at 6 p.m.
Feb. 21: Nine Ball


a variety of bands every month
and daily drink specials. For
Castaway's Lounge information
call 270-7198.

Foc'sle CPO Club
CPO Social Hour is held on
Thursday from 3-6 p.m. with
free hors d'oeuvres. (CPO activ-
ity)
The CPO Club welcomes
everyone for Wing Night on
Tuesday from 5-9 p.m. Take-
out wing orders are also avail-
able. Call 270-5432 to place
a wing order. (All hands wel-
come)
The CPO Club is open to all
hands for lunch Monday-Friday
from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Catering services are also avail-
able. For CPO Club information
call 270-5431/5432.

ITT
ITT has 2007 Entertainment
Books for only $20. ITT is open

Libel


Tournament. This free, single
elimination tournament will
start at 6:15 p.m. sharp at Planet
Mayport. Prizes will be awarded
to first and second places.
Feb. 22: Chinese New Year
at Planet Mayport. It's the year
of the pig so oink out at Planet
Mayport. Free Chinese food
and fortunes for the wi%% year."
Event starts promptly at 5:30
p.m.
Feb. 28: Eight Ball
Tournament. This free, single
elimination tournament will
start at 6:15 p.m. sharp at Planet
Mayport. Prizes will be awarded
to first and second places.
March 5, 12, 19 and 26:
Mafia Movies and Meatballs.
Don't Fogetaboutit tonight at
Planet Mayport. Catch a gang-
ster classic and enjoy free spa-
ghetti and meatballs. Event will
start at 6 p.m.
March 6: Tuesday Tune-
Up. Get the kinks out at Planet
Mayport as we offer free mas-
sages to all patrons who are
just too stressed. Event starts
promptly at 6 p.m.
March 7: Eight Ball
Tournament. This free, single
elimination tournament will


from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-
Friday or look for the RTV
(Recreation Ticket Vehicle) at
various locations on and off
base. For ticket and trip infor-
mation call 270-5145.

Food and Beverage Options
Food is available for All
Hands at the following MWR
facilities: Bogey's at Windy
Harbor Golf Club, the CPO
Club, Fast Lanes Grille at Fast
Lanes Bowling Center and
BoHogs BBQ and Pizza Hut,
both located inside Beachside
Community Center. Hours of
operation vary depending on
facility.
Happy Hour is offered at
Bogey's Wednesdays and
Friday from 4:30-6:30 p.m. and
Fast Lanes Grille on Mondays
from 6:30-10 p.m. Happy
Hour at the CPO Club is from
3-6 p.m. on Thursdays and is
reserved for chief petty officers


and their guests.

RV and Boat Storage
If you need the storage, MWR
is the place for it. Contact
Vehicle Storage at 270-7022 for
space availability.

School-Age Youth Programs
Dodgeball tournaments are
Feb. 21 at YAC and Feb. 23 at
RBCC.
Freedom Friday is 7-11 p.m.
Feb. 16 (Movie) for ages 6-12,
age 5 if in Kindergarten. Cost is
$7 in advance or the $9 day of.
Dinner and activities are pro-
vided. Sign up early; space is
limited.
Teen Movie Night is 7-10
p.m. Feb. 17 for ages 13-17,
age 18 if attending high school.
Free admission. Free popcorn
and drinks.
Club Teen (Pajama Jami) at
YAC is 8-11 p.m. Feb. 24. Cost
is $2. Event is open to ages 13-


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start at 6:15 p.m. sharp at Planet
Mayport. Prizes will be awarded
to first and second places.
March 8: Larry the Cable
Guy, Live! GIT-R-DONE! See
one of the kings of blue col-
lar comedy, live at the Veterans
Memorial Arena. Cost of this
trip is $35 and includes trans-
portation and admission. Sign
up at Planet Mayport.
March 9: Birthday Bash.
Happy Birthday to all the
March Birthdays. Stop by
Planet Mayport for your birth-
day bonus.
March 11: NCAA Pick Your
Brackets. Pick who you think is
going to make it all the way to
win the NCAA Championship.
Fill out brackets at Planet
Mayport all day.
March 13: Tropical Freeze.
It's never too cold for a barbe-
cue. Join us for free burgers,
dogs and much more at Planet
Mayport. Event starts promptly
at 5 p.m.
March 16: Celebrate the
luck of the Irish on a trip to
Savannah, GA. We leave Friday
and come back Sunday. Cost
of this trip is $85 and includes
transportation and lodging for


17 (age 18 if attending high
school).
The Youth Activities Center
is a member of Boys and Girls
Clubs of America (BGCA).
Programs include Power Hour
and Project Learn, Fitness
Authority, Fine Arts, Digital
Arts and Image Makers and
Smart Moves.
Torch Club (ages 11-13) and
Keystone Club (ages 14-18) will
meet from 6-7 p.m. Feb. 28.
The Fall Before and After
School program is currently in
session. Cost is based on total
family income and a fee scale.
Additional youth programs
offered include daily open rec-
reation hours and activities
(alternating between YAC and
RBCC) and instructional classes
in martial arts, dance and cheer-
leading. The Youth Activities
Center (YAC) and Ribault Bay
Community Center (RBCC) are
closed Sundays and holidays.


For information on school-
age youth programs call YAC
at 270-5680/5421 or RBCC at
270-7276/7277.

Windy Harbor Golf Club
Windy Harbor Golf Club is
open seven days a week from 7
a.m. until 6 p.m. Play a round,
practice your swing, take les-
sons or purchase the latest golf
gear at the Pro Shop. Stop in
on Wednesday or Friday from
4:30-6:30 p.m. and enjoy happy
hour at Bogey's restaurant.
Active Duty, Retirees, DoD
employees and dependents can
take advantage of the Twilight
Golf Special where Monday
- Friday golf is only $12 and
$14 on Saturdays, Sundays and
holidays after 2:30 p.m. (Active
Duty, retired or DoD employ-
ees only). For information on
Windy Harbor Golf Club call
270-5380.


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the entire weekend. Sign up at
Planet Mayport. Hurry, space is
limited.
March 20: Dinner and a
Movie Trip. Join the Liberty
Program for some of the newest
box office hits at Regal Cinema.
Pizza served at Planet Mayport
prior to departing to the theater.
Cost of this trip is only $2 and
includes food, admission and
transportation.
March 21: Nine Ball
Tournament. This free, single
elimination tournament will
start at 6:15 p.m. sharp at Planet
Mayport. Prizes will be awarded
to first and second places.
March 27: Bowling Tourney.
Free bowling tournament at Fast
Lanes Bowling Center. Event
starts promptly at 6 p.m. Sign
up at Planet Mayport.
March 29: Comedy Zone
Trip. Join the Liberty Program
for a night of comedy and fun at
the Comedy Zone in Mandarin.
This trip is free and includes
admission, transportation and
appetizers. There is a one drink
minimum purchase. This trip is
open to those 18 years old and
older.


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Sports
Runners wanted for the
Southeast Regional Running
Team. MWR needs 5K, 10K,
Marathon or Triathlon runners
who meet the qualifying times
the Navy Regional Team has
openings available. For more
information, contact Rita at
270-5451.
For more information on
adult sports programs, call 270-
5451/52.

Fitness
There are new Surfside and
Gym fitness schedules. The new
schedule is as follows:
Surfside Fitness
Monday
7 a.m.: Yoga
9:30 a.m., Lo Impact
11:15 a.m., Kick, CORE &
More
11:30 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
1 p.m., Moms in Motion
4 p.m., Advanced Pilates
5 p.m., Heart Core Sculpt
(Family Friendly)
Tuesday
9:30 a.m., Resistance
11:15 a.m., 3B Bum, BOSU/
Balls/Bar
11:30 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
2 p.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
3 p.m., FEP Training
4 p.m. FEP Training
5 p.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
6 p.m., Kid's Clinic
Wednesday
8:30 a.m., Fitness for Mature
Audiences Only
9:30 a.m., Intro to Resistance
11:30 a.m., Intro to Pilates
1 p.m., Moms in Motion
4 p.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
4:15 p.m., BOSU
5:15 p.m., Cardio, Combat
and CORE
6:15 p.m., Mommy, Daddy &
Me (Family Friendly)


Thursday
8:30 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
9:30 a.m., Resistance
11:30 a.m., Sculpt, Step &
Stretch
4 p.m., Pump and Grind
4 p.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
5 p.m., Kid's Clinic
6:30 p.m., Yogalates (Family
Friendly)
Friday
7:30 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
9:30 a.m. Yoga
Saturday
8 a.m., Yoga
9:30 a.m., Kid's Clinic
10:30 a.m., Extreme Circuit
Training for Kids
Gymnasium
Monday
5:30 a.m., Weight Training
for War Fighters
6:30 a.m., Victory PRT
7 a.m., Indoor Cycling
8:30 a.m., Strength Solutions
& Flexibility Fix-Ups for
Injuries
11:30 a.m., Indoor Cycling
Tuesday
7 a.m., Command Circuit
Sensations
11:15 a.m., Conditioning for
Running
3 p.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
4:30 p.m., Indoor Cycling
5:30 p.m., Stretching for
Sailors
Wednesday
7 a.m., Command Cardio
Pump
11:30 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
11:30 a.m., Indoor Cycling
2 p.m., Strength Solutions &
Flexibility Fix-Ups for Injuries
3 p.m., FEP Training
Thursday
5:15 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
7 a.m., Command Jump and
Jab
11:30 a.m., Weight Training


for War Fighters
4:30 p.m., Indoor Cycling
Friday
6:30 a.m., Indoor Cycling
7 a.m., Beach Bootcamp
9 a.m., Strength Training
Basics for Women
9:30 a.m., Strength Solutions
& Flexibility Fix-Ups for
Injuries
A variety of fitness classes
are available at both Surfside
Fitness Center and the
Gymnasium. Classes include:
CORE, Fitness Equipment
Training, Functional Flexibility,
Advanced Pilates, The 3B Bum,
BOSU Balance Training, Pilates,
Yoga, Kickboxing, Command
Cardio Pump, Weight Training
for War Fighters, Strength
Training Basics for Women
and Precision Cycling. Some
classes require advance sign up.
Sign up sheets are located in the
hallways at both facilities.
For information on fitness
classes and programs, call 270-
7718 or 270-7134.

Fast Lanes Bowling Center
and Grille
Fast Lanes Bowling Center
has numerous weekly bowling
specials. Games are only $1 on
Monday and Wednesdays from
5 p.m. to close. Check out T. G.
I. F. where games are $1 and
shoe rentals are $1.50 from 11
a.m.-6 p.m. every Friday. On
Saturday from 1-6 p.m., games
are $1.50 and shoes are $1.50.
Games are only $2 on Sundays
from 7 p.m. to close.
Xtreme Bowling is only $2
Friday from 6 p.m. to close
and Sundays from 4-7 p.m.
Saturday Xtreme Bowling is $3
from 8 p.m. to close. For Fast
Lanes Bowling Center informa-
tion call 270-5377.

Outdoor Adventures
Get your PADI Open Water
Scuba Certification. Cost is
$290 or $320 for guests. Course


includes certification, dive
book, dive log book, dive tables,
professional instruction, admis-
sion to the springs, two nights
lodging, round-trip transporta-
tion and use of all necessary
scuba equipment. Upcoming
dates: Feb. 16-18.
Dive the Dry Tortugas Feb. 8-
11 for only $610. Cost includes
unlimited dives, three nights
lodging on the M/V Ultimate
Getaway, round trip transporta-
tion, all food and beverages and
air fills. A $100 deposit is due
when signing up. Space is very
limited.
February rental special: Take
$5 off rentals of $30 or more.
For more information, call
Outdoor Adventures at 270-
5221 or 5541.

Windy Harbor Golf Club
Windy Harbor Golf Club is
open seven days a week from
7 a.m.-6 p.m. Play a round,
practice your swing, take les-
sons or purchase the latest golf
gear at the Pro Shop. Stop in
on Wednesday or Friday from
4:30-6:30 p.m. and enjoy happy
hour at Bogey's restaurant.
Active Duty, Retirees, DoD
employees and dependents can
take advantage of the Twilight
Golf Special where Monday
- Friday golf is only $12 and
$14 on Saturdays, Sundays and
holidays after 2:30 p.m. (Active
Duty, retired or DoD employ-
ees only). For information on
Windy Harbor Golf Club call
270-5380.

Pool
During February, the pool is
only open for adult lap swim.
Lap swim hours are Monday
-Thursday from 10:30 a.m.-1
p.m. and closed on federal holi-
days. For more swimming pool
information call 270-5425.


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Provided as a public service.


-Photo courtesy of USS Carney
Ensign James Hostetler, Lt.j.g. Stephanie Brown and Ensign Mark
Hebert ran the Museum of Aviation 11th Annual Marathon at
Warner Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robbins, Ga.


Carney


Run Ma
By Ensign Brad Steidle
Carney PAO
Three Carney Sailors compet-
ed in the Museum of Aviation
11th Annual Marathon. The event
took place at Warner Robins Air
Force Base, Warner Robins, Ga.
Led by Lt.j.g. Stephanie Brown,
the Carney team showed well
during the event.
"It was a true challenge to be
able to accomplish finishing a
race like this. It was great to
share this experience with other
members of the Wardroom,"
said Brown. Brown finished at
the top of her age group and
placed sixth overall for females
with a time of 4 hours, 30 min-
utes.
Ensign Mark Hebert and


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rathon
Ensign James Hostetler also
traveled to Georgia to compete
in the race. Hebert finished sec-
ond in his age group with a time
of 4:21, as Hostetler also had a
great performance with a time
of 4:39.
"Training for a race of this
magnitude is always a chal-
lenge, and while doing so on sea
duty is one heck of an accom-
plishment," said Lt. Cmdr. Scott
Erb, USS Carney executive offi-
cer and a triathlon veteran.
Carney plans to continue to
participate in these events in
the coming months in hopes of
sparking more improvements in
Sailor wellness.


-Photo courtesy of MWR
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Director Bruce Grenier on Feb. 7 after being named MWR Employee of the Year during the MWR
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By Beth Wiruth
Military Spouse Support Contributor
Building a strong marriage
requires more than three short
columns but the effort is price-
less. Statistics easily found on
the internet show that married
individuals live longer than
their divorced counterparts.
Children of divorce have statis-
tically greater risk for teenage
pregnancy, lower educational
achievement, and higher crime
rate. Three aspects of marriage
contribute greatly to the suc-
cess or demise of a marriage;
communication, finances, and
fidelity. For military marriages
these areas require creativity
and commitment.
Communication during
deployment is challenging espe-
cially for certain military com-
munities such as the submarine
community or special forces.
The key is to 'plan' to com-
municate. Communication is
not "talking". Communication
is exchanging information,
thoughts, ideas and opening
dialog and discussion on these
areas. Rhett, an Army officer,
observes, "When I was home
we spent a lot of time together,
but now that I'm deployed we
realize we didn't discuss the
'business' of our marriage. Now
we are trying to do it via calling
card phone calls, email and let-
ters. It is much harder because
we didn't lay a foundation of
communication before I was
deployed."
Nikki and Sila Lee, authors
of The Marriage Book and
founders of The Marriage
Course urge couples to set aside
time each week to communi-
cate. Nikki states, "As couples
we can talk all the time but
not about the things that keep
the marriage on track. We can
assume our spouse knows what
we are thinking or feeling."
Setting aside time for a 'busi-
ness' date on a regular basis
keeps couples working together
and strengthens their bond. This
"talking date" is to purposeful-
ly talk about what is going on
in your marriage from financ-
es/spending plan and the kids
report cards to holiday plans,
the upcoming soccer season
schedule, vehicle maintenance
or remodeling project. For mili-
tary families this means deep
conversation during deployment
will be challenging but if com-
munication during non-deploy-
ment periods is maintained it
will be easier to adjust during
the interruptions of deployment.
Daryl and Jaloni, a Navy
couple, offer their deploy-
ment communication strategy.
Jaloni says she does not want
Daryl worried or distracted by
things going on at home but
found she had cut Daryl out of
the family's life by not want-
ing to "share too much". She
emails a brief family 'business'
update to Daryl once a week.
She communicates what is hap-
pening and what action she has
taken or intends to take but also
asks Daryl for his input on all
big decisions. In turn, Daryl
remembers that Jaloni is carry-
ing the role of Mom and Dad
and determines not to "check
out" but to support Jaloni and
offer his feedback and input.
Their advice? Try to anticipate
things prior to deployment and
plan and discuss them then keep
talking throughout deployment
as much as possible.
Finances. Developing a
spending and savings plan
is important to keep family
finances healthy while avoiding
a major stress point in marriage.
Maintaining the financial plan
during deployment will offer
both Sailor and spouse confi-
NOSA 'Time
and Talent' Set
From NOSA Mayport
Naval Officers' Spouses
Association (NOSA) is hold-
ing its 17th annual "Time and
Talent" charity auction on
March 16 at Ocean Breeze
Conference Center. Doors will
open at 6 p.m.
The theme of this year's
event is "A Pot of Gold" and


will include a buffet and silent
and live auction.
Cost is $10 per person in
advance or $15 per person at
the door. All charitable pro-
ceeds will be divided among
local military charities. See
your command NOSA represen-
tative for reservations or con-
tact Michelle Mancuso at 372-
9827, mmancuso24@aol.com,
Sor Deanna Garrity at 302-5044,
: deannagarrity @yahoo.com.


dence. There are too many sto-
ries of spouses going on spend-
ing binges during deployment,
or the Sailor spending large
sums at port calls. Both situ-
ations cause stress and can be
avoided. FFSC, your service
member's command financial
specialist or Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society can assist you in
developing a spending plan and
a plan to get out of debt.
I was standing on the pier
watching my husband's ship
get underway when the woman
beside me asked, "Is it true
what they say about Sailors?"


HJomefront in Focus
Confused, I asked for clarifi- many women. He decided
cation. This underway was her young exec that he needed
first as a Navy spouse and she put safety measures in plac
heard the stories of unfaithful- protect his marriage. He s
ness among sailors. She was "The time to reject tempta
worried about her marriage, is before that temptation arr
I could tell a similar story of Know how to handle it befc
sailors worried that their spouse starts." For this exec that m
would not be there when he he would never spend t
returned from deployment, alone with a woman other
Infidelity can devastate a mar- his wife. That meant no lun
riage and family. The head of a with a woman, no private n
successful corporation and well- ings with his secretary, etc
known public speaker knew his demonstrated his commit
travel schedule would keep him to this policy when on his
apart from his family and open home from the office he
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E education


Commissary Scholarship


Application Deadline Feb. 21


By Carrie Williams
DeCA
While chocolate and flowers
are traditional Valentine gifts,
perhaps for students the best
gift is a $1,500 scholarship.
The Scholarships for Military
Children program might be just
the ticket this Valentine's Day,
but don't procrastinate because
applications must be turned in
at a commissary by close of
business Feb. 21.
The scholarships are available
to unmarried children under
the age of 21 (23 if enrolled in
school) of military active-duty,
Reserve, Guard and retired
personnel. Eligibility will be
determined using the Defense
Enrollment Eligibility Reporting
System database. Applicants
should ensure that they, as well
as their sponsor, are enrolled in
the DEERS database and have a
current ID card.
An applicant must be plan-
ning to attend an accredited
college or university full-time
in the fall term of 2007, or be


enrolled in a program of studies
designed to transfer directly into
a four-year program.
Scholarship applications are
available at 263 commissaries
worldwide, or can be download-
ed through links at http://www.
commissaries.com, http://www.
militaryscholar.org or http://
www.dodea.edu.
Along with their application,
applicants must include an essay
on lio\\ and why" they would
change an historical event. At
least one $1,500 scholarship
will be awarded at every com-
missary location with qualified
applicants.
"Scholarships for Military
Children is a wonderful mili-
tary community program," said
Patrick Nixon, DeCA direc-
tor and chief executive officer.
"Nearly 3,000 scholarships
totaling more than $4 mil-
lion have been awarded since
the first awards were given in
2001."
Most of the funds are donated
by manufacturers, brokers and


suppliers who sell groceries in
commissaries, and every dol-
lar donated to the program by
industry or the general public
goes to fund the scholarships.
The program is administered by
the Fisher House Foundation.
A significant number of
scholarships, about 10 percent
every year, go to high school
students at DoD schools over-
seas.
"Every cent that community
organizations can mobilize to
support college-bound students
is an investment in the future,"
said Joseph Tafoya, director
of the Department of Defense
Education Activity.
"With college costs soaring,
our DoD students and their
parents appreciate every avail-
able scholarship to help defray
the cost, and the scholarships
enable many of our families to
better afford the tuition and pro-
vide an incentive for students to
work hard," said Tafoya. "They
also demonstrate that military
communities are committed to


education and increased oppor-
tunities for all students."
The scholarship program has
also made inroads to increas-
ing support from the "nonmili-
tary" community. California
high school students sponsoring
golf tournaments in 2006 raised
thousands of dollars to donate
to the program, and already for
2007, a private foundation has
made a substantial donation.
"We're excited to see this
worthwhile program gaining
recognition and funding from
the community at large, said
Jim Weiskopf, vice president
of communications at Fisher
House Foundation.
"Commissary industry support
has been amazing and increased
public support can only help
ensure that the Scholarships
for Military Children program
continues to benefit the military
community for many years to
come."
Donations can be made
through the link at http://www.
militaryscholar.org.


AAFES Scholarships Available


From American Forces Press Service
Good grades in school can
yield more than a sense of sat-
isfaction for children of military
families, as students can cash
in on the Army and Air Force
Exchange Service's "You Made
the Grade" program.
Begun in February 2000,
AAFES' education rewards
effort is designed to recog-
nize above-average academic
achievement, officials said.
Qualifying students receive a
coupon booklet that includes


free admission to an AAFES
Reel Time Theater, a compli-
mentary slice of Anthony's
pizza with drink and a free mag-
azine, as well as other coupons.
"It is important to recognize
our military families' supe-
rior students," said Air Force
Chief Master Sgt. Bryan Eaton,
AAFES senior enlisted advisor.
"They have faced unique edu-
cational challenges that most
civilian students will never have
to contend with.
"To be able to maintain aca-


demic excellence despite adver-
sities such as moving regularly
or having a parent deployed,"
he continued, s.ho" s the resil-
ience and resolve of these stu-
dents as well as the quality of
their teachers."
Each "You Made the Grade"
booklet also contains an entry
form for a quarterly savings
bond drawing in which three
winners are randomly awarded
savings bonds of $2,000, $3,000
or $5,000. To receive the book-
let, students simply present a


valid military ID card and proof
of an overall "B" or better aver-
age at their local post or base
exchange.
Students may receive one
coupon package for every quali-
fying report card they receive,
but may enter the savings bond
drawing only once per calendar
quarter. Military families can
contact their local AAFES main
store manager or general man-
ager for more information.


NEX A-OK Program

Rewards Students
By Kristine M. Sturkie
Navy Exchange Service Command Public.,
The Navy Exchange's A-OK Student Reward Program will
hold a drawing on Feb. 28 to help four students pay for a col-
lege education.
The winners will receive either a $5,000, $3,000, $2,000 or
$1,000 U.S. savings bond, with the denominations reaching
full value at maturity.
"Since 1997, the A-OK Program has awarded nearly
$400,000 in savings bonds to students who have entered the
drawing," said Mike Mongin, operations specialist at the Navy
Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM). "Navy Exchanges
exist to support our Navy families. The A-OK Student Reward
Program is just another way we support [them]."
Any eligible full-time student who has a 'B' grade-point
average equivalent or better, as determined by their school sys-
tem, may enter the drawing. Eligible students include depen-
dent children of active-duty military members, Reservists
and military retirees enrolled in first through 12th grade.
Dependent children without an individual dependent identifi-
cation cards must be accompanied by their sponsor to submit
their entries. Each student may enter only once each grading
period and must re-enter with each qualifying report card.
To enter the drawings, visit a Navy Exchange with the stu-
dent's current report card and have a Navy Exchange associ-
ate verify their minimum grade average. Fill out the entry card
and obtain an A-OK ID, which entitles the student to discount
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The college has played a pio-
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tary educational degree maps
as well as career-related degree
programs that optimize military


training and experience.
The college has enjoyed
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From FCCJ
The Aviation Center
of Excellence at Florida
Community College at
Jacksonville is offering a short-
term training course for entry-
level aircraft sheet metal work-
ers. The local demand is such
that successful completers of
the course are guaranteed an
employment interview with two
aviation companies.
This Assembly Riveter course
meets two nights a week and
takes ten weeks to complete, so
students can attend school while
working full-time. Classes begin
Feb. 13, meeting Tuesday and
Thursday nights from 6-10 p.m.
The cost is $800 and scholar-
ships are available for qualified
students. Successful students


earn a certificate of completion.
Aircraft sheet metal techni-
cians are in high demand local-
ly, and a good "foot in the door"
of a growing industry in Florida.
Entry-level earnings are about
$12 or higher. Florida ranks
third in the nation in aviation
and space jobs. A recent $1.2
million grant helped kick-off
the Aerospace Resource Center,
offering the course in conjunc-
tion with FCCJ and Brevard
Community College to answer
the current and future aviation
employer demands.
No previous experience is
necessary to take the course,
but to qualify for the inter-
views, students must have a
high school diploma or GED.
Scholarship applicants for this


course must be at least 18 years
of age and U.S. citizens. Male
applicants are required to be
registered with the Selective
Service.
The Aviation Center of
Excellence is located at Cecil
Commerce Center. Jacksonville
Transportation Authority runs
bus service directly to the han-
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CNRSE Kicks Off Lean Six Sigma



With First Green Belt Training Sessions


By Suzanne Speight
Commander, Navy Region Southeast
Public.
Commander, Navy Region
Southeast will kick off its first
Green Belt training classes in
early February. A group of 30
military and civilian personnel
from commands throughout the
region will attend the training
at locations in Jacksonville, Fla.
and Norfolk, Va.
Green Belt training is a major
first step in a Navy-wide imple-
mentation of Lean Six Sigma
(L6S), a problem solving pro-
cess and mindset that has been
proven to significantly improve
customer satisfaction, by
reducing variability and waste
in every aspect of a business.
Acclaimed by companies such
as GE and Motorola for its abil-
ity to develop and deliver near-
perfect products and services,
L6S will be a critical tool in
the mission of supporting the
warfighter.
Congratulations to the follow-
ing personnel, who were select-


ed to attend Green Belt training:
William Baker, NAS/JRB Ft
Worth
Sandra Browne, GS-12,
NAVSTA Guantanamo Bay,
Cuba
Amy Cimino-Shockley, NF-
04, CNRSE Staff
Mike Davenport (Alternate),
GS-13, CNRSE Staff
Karen Dotson, GS-13, Subase
Kings Bay
Karen Ellis, GS-13, CNRSE
Staff
Noreen Ernest, GS-11,
CNRSE Staff
Leah Ervin, GS-12, CNRSE
Staff
Ron Griffis, GS-12, NAS
Corpus Christi
Karol Higginbotham, GS-13,
CNRSE Staff
Dennis Higgins, GS-11, NSA
Athens
Richard Horne, GS-13,
CNRSE Staff
Robin Hudson, GS-12,
NAVSTA Ingleside
Darla Huffman, GS-12, NAS
Pensacola


Anita Johnson, GS-11, NAS
Atlanta
Rodney Jones, GS-11,
NAVSTA Mayport
Mary Kay Kassiris, GS-12,
NSA Panama City
Kordeen Kor, GS-12, NAS
Kingsville
David Litton, GS-13, NAS
Meridian
Lt. Cmdr. Maria Magno, NSA
New Orleans
Mike McCool, NF-05 NAS
Jacksonville
Cmdr. Barry Murphy, NWS
Charleston
Kimberly Neely, GS-12, CBC
Gulfport
Sandy Powers, NF-05,
CNRSE Staff
Lt. Cmdr. Steve Ready, NAS/
JRB New Orleans
Julie Riley, GS-11, CNRSE
Staff
Jolene Scholl, NF-03, NAS
Key West
Sonia Smith, GS-13, Subase
Kings Bay
Patricia Speas, GS-11, NAS
Whiting Field


Tom Tomko, GS-13, NSA
Orlando
Students will learn the L6S
basics and complete an actual
process improvement project
during the training, which con-
sists of two separate week-long
sessions. After attaining the
Green Belt certification, respon-
sibilities will include: helping
to direct and conduct process
improvement projects, collect-
ing and analyzing data from
experiments and business pro-
cesses; working with process
owners to ensure project gains
are maintained; and disseminat-
ing best practices throughout
the Navy.
Kordeen Kor, a civilian from
NAS Kingsville, said she is
looking forward to the training.
"Rapid expansion in technology
in today's market place ... com-
munications, shipping, internet
capabilities, etc. ... dictate that
we as government agencies
review old methods of doing
business and incorporate chang-
es," she said. "It's exciting to


be a part of a team to look at
processes, work with people
and help them to identify meth-
ods to improve on how they do
business."
CNIC has mapped L6S as
a permanent course for the
Navy's future, and the CNRSE
Green Belt candidates will be in
a position to lead a successful
implementation throughout the
organization, military and civil-
ian, at all levels.
"I am excited about the fact
that higher ranking Navy per-
sonnel are receiving this train-
ing, and apparently will not
only be using these skills, but
will encourage others -- up
and down the chain of com-
mand -- to do so as well," said
Cmdr. Barry Murphy, of Naval
Weapons Station Charleston.
"In the past, these kinds of
things new skills, new meth-
ods of doing business, better
ways to communicate, etc. -
have been taught and adopted
at lower levels within the Navy;
however, I think senior Navy


leaders often were unaware of
these new techniques, and thus
all of us were not on the same
page." Murphy said he felt
interactions between these two
"camps" were often out of sync.
"I really think L6S will be the
remedy, and will be the 'glue'
that binds our entire Navy Team
into one very cohesive unit."
More information about L6S
may be found at the following
Web sites:
Free Six Sigma Lessons:
http://www.motorola.com/con-
tent.jsp?globalObjectld=3069
Six Sigma Dictionary: http://
www.motorola.com/content.
jsp?globalObjectld=3074-5804
Further Articles: http://
www.motorola.com/content.
jsp?globalObjectld=3070-5788
Frequently Asked Questions:
http://www.motorola.com/con-
tent.jsp?globalObjectld=3075-
5805


Homefront America Offers $25K


By Carmen L. Gleason
American Forces Press Service
A troop-support group has
launched an essay contest to
award scholarships to military
children in gratitude for the sac-
rifices they have made while
their parents serve the nation.
Homefront America has
joined the W. Daniel Tate family
and Sara's Hope Foundation for
a second year to host a scholar-
ship contest awarding $1,000 to
25 military dependent children.
The organization is a mem-
ber of America Supports You,
a Defense Department program
designed to connect U.S. citi-
zens' support directly to troops


and their families.
"This is the launching of a
huge campaign," said Mamie
Maywhort, Homefront America
chief financial officer. "It doesn't
matter if people only contribute
a dollar; we want this to be the
beginning of an endowment per-
petuated every year."
Maywhort said she began
the program because she saw a
need due to heightened opera-
tional tempos.
"With parents being deployed
so much, some of these kids
might not have the role model
there to encourage them to
pursue further education or
the resources to make going to


school possible," she said.
Maywhort said that she and
Tate have long been passionate
about encouraging youngsters
to pursue higher education,
especially those connected to
the military.
"We are happy to have this
opportunity to help our military
families," Tate said. "I did not
serve in the military; my chil-
dren are not in the military. This
is our way of serving."
"We strive to provide our
military families with opportu-
nities whenever possible," said
Homefront America President
Arthur Hasselbrink in a statement
on the organization's Web site.


He said the dream of providing
scholarships to military depen-
dent children has become a real-
ity thanks to Tate's generosity.
This year's essay topics focus
on patriotic and military themes.
Contestants are asked to submit
essays on one of four subjects:
America ... It's a Wonderful
Country;
Turning Challenges into
Opportunities;
Why I am Proud to be an
American; or
My Dad/Mom ... My Hero.
Essays are due by April 23
and should not exceed 500
words. They will be judged by
independent volunteers based
on content, originality, grammar
and spelling. Winners will be
announced in May.
Full instructions and appli-
cation procedures are available
at the Homefront America Web
site, www.homefrontamerica.
org.


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Thousand-Ship Navy


Discussed At West 2007


By MCSN Jonathan G.
Husman
Fleet Public, Center, Pacific
While meeting at the Western
Conference Exposition (West
2007) here Jan. 31 to discuss
future shipbuilding options,
senior Department of the Navy
officials also took the oppor-
tunity to expound on Chief of
Naval Operations (CNO) Adm.
Mike Mullen's 1,000-ship Navy
concept.
Vice Adm. John G. Morgan,
Jr., deputy chief of Naval
Operations for Information,
Plans and Strategy and Rear
Adm. Michael C. Bachman,
commander of the Space
and Naval Warfare Systems
Command, explained that the
1,000-ship Navy is a network of
international partner navies who
will work together to create a
force capable of standing watch
over all the seas.
"A new naval era is coming
and we're doing exciting things
in preparation for it," Morgan
said. "The Navy is being chal-
lenged by the CNO's plan of
a 1,000-ship Navy and we'll
find ways to move toward put-
ting his plan into action. The


Navy's traveling around and
getting the idea of a 1,000-ship
Navy to patrol the seas, out to
the world."
Morgan and Bachman sat
down with discussion host
Dr. Dov S. Zakheim, former
under secretary of defense
(Comptroller) and chief finan-
cial officer for the Department
of Defense, during the luncheon
and also held a period of ques-
tion and answer for the audi-
ence.
"We fight in a joint environ-
ment and are embarked upon a
journey to ensure that the war
in Iraq isn't just fought by our
American troops, but also by
our allies," Bachman said. "The
war in Iraq embodies the new
level of integration possible and
is the beginning steps of a glob-
al network needed for a 1,000-
ship Navy."
Also, according to Morgan,
90 percent of world's commerce
travels via the oceans, and a
1,000-ship Navy would help
protect that aspect of interna-
tional trade.
"Despite how powerful we
are and despite how big we are,
we can't do it on our own," he


said.
For more than a year, the
CNO has advocated the 1,000-
ship Navy concept to many
allied and international navies.
"This 1,000-ship Navy idea is
all about a global maritime net-
work, a huge network of shar-
ing," said Morgan. "That's the
biggest challenge we're facing:
a network of many integrated
countries' navies with one goal
in mind of patrolling the world's
seas."
West 2007 brings govern-
ment, military, and industrial
leaders together to explore
future strategies.
"West 2007 is a great con-
vention because it gives enlist-
ed military members a chance
to see cutting edge technol-
ogy and also holds informa-
tive panel discussions," said
Fire Controlman 2nd class
Matthew Somers, attached to
USS Chancellorsville (CG-62).
"I think the 1,000-ship Navy
is a great step toward making
our world a safer place, and it
shows how much the United
States really cares about the
world."


DACOWITS Committee


avy News


Furthering International Relations


-Photo by MC2 Elizabeth Williams
Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Samuel Smith, assigned to guided-missile cruiser USS Gettysburg
(CG 64), awaits the arrival of German frigate FGS Sachsen (F 219). Sachsen is assigned to
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in the military, as a member of
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-Photo by HM1 (SW) Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville beneficiary Reginald Gilford receives hands-on training from CSC
Ronald Boroczk on how to use the hospital's new Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) kiosk while
waiting for her appointment.


NHJax Has New Tool


For Patient Feedback


By Marsha Childs
NHJ Marketing
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
has a cool new tool that allows
patients to rate their health care
delivered at any of its medi-
cal facilities using ICE-the
Interactive Customer Evaluation
system.
ICE is a web-based custom-
er feedback tool that can be
accessed from your home com-
puter or using one of the new
kiosks, known as ICE boxes,
which are conveniently located
throughout the hospital and at
the Branch Health Clinics.
Patients and visitors may sub-
mit online comment cards to
rate the healthcare services they
receive during a recent visit or
inpatient stay. ICE may also


be used to make suggestions
or compliment the staff. ICE
provides patients with general
information such as location,
hours of operation and answers
to frequently asked questions.
It permits the patient to view
a "report card" for any service
area and see how others rate the
service.
When a patient submits a
comment card, the ICE system
generates an e-mail directly
to the service provider. If the
patient requests a response,
the manager will make contact
within 3 business days. The
system also generates reports,
allowing managers to monitor
customer satisfaction in their
areas of responsibility. This
timely information enables the


staff to evaluate existing ser-
vices, recognize deserving staff
members and consider sugges-
tions provided on ICE.
ICE allows hospital leader-
ship to receive candid patient
feedback and tailor the services
to meet the needs of military
families. ICE is a clear signal
to patients that customer service
is a top priority for the entire
staff.
ICE is available on the hospi-
tal's website at navalhospitaljax.
med.navy.mil. For more infor-
mation about ICE or to learn
how you can provide feedback,
contact the Customer Relations
Office at ("114) 542-9175.


Senior Girl Scout Troop #887
is sponsoring the babysitting
project, "Caring of Chairing"
for children ages 1-11 from 8
a.m.-7 p.m. on Feb 17 at the
Mayport USO. Reasonable
donations are acceptable with a
$10 deposit due at registration.
Contact Shauna Goulet, Leader
of Senior Troop #887 270-0490
or email mainely@comcast.net.
No Deadline but space is lim-
ited to first 20 children regis-
tered. Lunch, dinner and two
snacks will be provided.
Free seminars at the USO.
The Mayport USO, in conjunc-
tion with the United Way and
Born Learning Seminars, will
offer free "Born Learning" sem-
inars. The 45-minute interac-
tive seminars are offered free
of charge. There will be three
different seminars offered;
"Learning on the Go," "Playing
the Games," and Everyday
Activities for Dads."
These are simple, fun, doable
early literacy activities. Each
participant will receive a free
"Born Learning Kid" basics
tool kit. You can go to the USO
website for an overview of each
workshop/seminar. Please call
246-3481 to register.
The Born Learning Seminars
will be offered on the following
dates. You only have to attend
the workshops you are inter-
ested in.
Learning on the Go -Feb. 16
at 9 a.m., Feb. 23 at 11 a.m.,
March 15 at 10 a.m.
Playing the Games Feb.
23 at 12:30, March 15 at 11:45
a.m.
Everyday Activites for Dads-
Feb. 16 at 11:15 a.m.
To register please call 246-
3481 space is limited so please
sign up early.
One free ticket per active duty
ID is available to the Scottish
Highland Games on Feb. 24 at
the Clay County Fair Grounds.
Children 10 and under are free,
and additional tickets may be
purchased at the gate or online
at www.NEFLGames.com
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explore all year with Maximum
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information, please visit www.
kennedyspacecenter.com/365.
Monster Jam Monster Truck
racing tickets with free pit pass-
es are now on sale at the USO
for $26. There are no restric-
tions on these tickets. The
Monster Jam will take place at
Alltel Stadium on 7:30 p.m. on
Feb. 24.
Daytona 500 Tickets are on
sale at your USO! The prices
and options are as follows:
*Great American offer this
will be a two-day ticket in rows
1-20 for $115 (you save over
$47.)
*Two-Day Tower offer which
is in the grandstands rows 33-
51 for $180 (you save $22 with
this package)
*Fanzone tickets for entry to
the Fanzone prior to the start of
the race are $75 each.
*Bud Shootout tickets are $30
each.
*We will also offer Rolex 24
tickets to Active Duty only for
$10 each; dependents and all
others will be $40 each.
Payment must be made in full
to the USO before tickets will
be ordered. The tickets will be
available for pickup at the USO
the week of the race.
Wild Adventures Theme Park
tickets are $31.95 at the USO!
(This is a savings of $10.) Did
you know...tickets purchased
for use at Busch Gardens or Sea
World may be used for seven
consecutive days at that park?
Visit your USO for more infor-
mation or to purchase the tick-
ets.
Looking for a fun group activ-
ity for your wardroom, depart-
ment, or division? IMPROV
Jacksonville, located downtown
at the Jacksonville Landing,
is offering 20 free tickets to
every Thursday's 8 p.m. per-
formance. Opportunities for
these tickets will be on a first
come, first serve basis. To
obtain these tickets, email give-
aways@usojax.com and provide
the names of the individuals
who will be attending. If your
group is selected, you will be
advised via email. The list of
names will be forwarded to the
IMPROVJAX Comedy Club
Staff, and individuals on the list
will be admitted free of charge.


If you are interested in a group
larger in size than 20, let the
USO know, and we will see
if IMPROV Jacksonville can
accommodate the request.
Improv Jacksonville Comedy
Theater offers a military dis-
count to their performances on
Wednesday's at 8 p.m., Friday's
at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m., and
Saturday's at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Ticket prices are normally $5
weeknights and $10 weekends,
and are discounted for military
to $2.50 and $5 respectively,
and are available at the door the
night of the performance. For
more information, go to www.
improvj acksonville.com.
If only the USO received a
penny every time I searched the
internet...NOW THEY WILL!
www.goodsearch.com allows
individuals to designate a char-
ity (please designate USO-
United Service Organizations-
Jacksonville!) and donates
approximately one penny for
every search. Goodsearch uses
Yahoo! Search technology to
facilitate a thorough search.
What a great way to help a
charity by doing something you
regularly do.
Volunteers are needed at
the USO Welcome Center
- Jacksonville International
Airport to welcome service
members and their families,
coordinate transportation to
local bases, and other assis-
tance as required. Volunteers
receive free parking during their
shift. Contact Lynne, Volunteer
Coordinator at 904-305-4467
or lynne@usojax.com for more
details.
USO sells discounted tick-
ets to AMC Movie Theatres,
Disney World, Sea World,
Busch Gardens, Wet N' Wild,
Universal Studios, Islands
of Adventure, and Adventure
Landing.
The USO is available for
meetings, support groups, recep-
tions, parties and pre-deploy-
ment briefs.
For more information about
activities or meeting avail-
abilities, call 246-3481 or stop
by the center at 2560 Mayport
Road. USO is open from 9 a.m.-
9 p.m., Monday-Friday and 9
a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday.


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MANDARIN $219,900 Mayport. 904)504-7793. pool. 2100s. 45mi's to Jax 36th St, 226-9555, other SAN MARCO
End cul-de-sac, 3/2, gar, Liv PCS Move. $449,900 $1500m/$579K04-233-5526 avail needs light Misc. 1 & 2 BR Special!
Baker County Frpl, Lrg beau fenced yard FSBO-9318 Osterley Ct rehab. CALL 398 -9492 NEED
Clay County Brick 4/3+Bonus Rm Real WESTSIDE $149 Sec dep NEED A
MAYPORT 3000sqft Open House fl..giPLACEaTO1LIVER,
DuvalCounty REDUCED MUSTTSELL Wkend-$328K-573-9141l Estate Special. 1BR,$4 PLACE TO LIVE???.
3/2,1435sf, -aterfloCall 388-7317
Nassau County $212,000. Owner help. I CAN PUT CASHINYOUR I nvesto ab Out of Area HUD VOUCHERS WELCOME
904-564-2092s Out of Area HUD VOUCHERS WELCOME
Putnam County 904-564-20 Webuy houses&autos. RE. NAHUNTA, GA 43acres Lowest Rates Bed and Breakfast EWLY REMODELED! BUY RENT
St. Johns County NORTHSIDE Open House Agent 398-3937 382-6654 Satilla riverfront, well & Highest LTV Bed and Breakfast LARGE1,2, & 3 BRAPTS
St. Johns County312 2S cSaOnsthsp tOi ,48 x52 pole barn O NJunk Fees Manufactured (904) 7511510 RENT NOW BUY-LATER
1243W. 42nid St. Sat 17th, N C$700K. 904-292-1133 Manufactured
Georgia $98k, Call Mr Smnith 'g "Homes 25 YRS. HELPING
Out of Area 355-5891 sanioseinvestment.com Time Share THE MILITARY RESALES*
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Sharnmodck Island, by Sho1res available. tn House Plans granite, W/D, Ig scrn BUYERS & TENANTS PAY 0
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fLoJrS l high & dry, salt water Call 904-699-7783 Miscellaneous clubhse, golf, wtr, cbl, FOR MY SERVICE
inlet. $350,000. Call Lotse and DSL $975mo 904-669-6133
ARGYLE-No Bank 904-751-2596 or 449-5152 Yulee/FerEstat Beles F r Sale and AREN MACDONALD-NELSON
Irg 3/2 home, 904-403-6178 Northside Fixer upper, 220008,. AI Airon s HOME FINDER REALTY
3043 Golden Pond Blvd 4/3, w/bonus rm, 3000sf, paid. Serious inquiries Baker County 904-434-8536 OR 904-221-1711
$1 75k. 904- 704- 4201 only! M ust contract byFClayeCounty856rOSal e2
SFeming and -3/1! Call 2251934 or
Eage Habor -- 70 5-5453 ClayCouty or Sal Aiken, South Carolina 5000
h 3Os 5 Bed 4NB Northside Block H ome Duval County Baker County Acres 2 Miles of Road
home, 3-car garage, 4 Bedrooms 2 bath, CoFrontage Development,
New ConstDuC on, corner lot huge yard Nassau County Clay County Investment, 1031 Exchange
$549,999 to $499,999 Call 904 704-6470 Putnam County Duval County F NORTHSIDE/OCEANWAY
(904)542-7908 4505 Lincrest Dr.S St. Johns County Nassau County T *Baker 1734 Shore View Dr. W ? 4/2 1450/1450
FLEMING ISLAND -- FRUIT COVE FSBO 4/4, ns unty assau County Clay 11510 Otters Den Dr. HUD Avail 3/2 1100/1100
3/2 $225K nature pre- all block culdesa c, Georgia Putnam County r *Duval 13544 Gillespie Avenue 3/1 825/825
serve w/$5K to closing | Northside in-law suit, ceramic tile 2514 Leonid Rd 3/1 800/800
Motivated! 904-699-2075 ROLLING RIVER & upgrades, over size St. Johns County PUNTA CANA, Nassau 637 E. 60th Street 3/1 750/750
I ESTATES I lot, builders horne. St.Johns ounty ominianRepblic60Putna
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2900sf, 4 bedrooms, m1 3/2.5, eat in kit, 3/4 a,
3-car garage, New ove in cond. $184,900 3 e t in k a2339 Sunset Bluff Dr 2/2.5+1oft1100/1100
REDUCED from EAGLES HAMMOCK rack convey, stone fplc, Great location off Wells3960 Arbor Lake Cir 2 950/950
$539,999 to $489,999 Call 5/3.5, over 3000sf, 2 car gar, new roof, ac, Rd. 2bd, 2 1/2 bth, frpl, 3140 CristoLn 4/1.5 950/950
(904)542-7908 shows like a model, kit appl, $340k230-4175 new apple & carpet. BAKER COUNTY 12 ac 10075 Gate Parkway N. 1 Mo Freel/1 850/850
custom paint thru out JULINGTON CREEK Home warranty high&dry,fish pond, 2448 Seabury Place N. 2/1 800/800
Green Cove Springom pain r LINGTON REEK $130,000.00 Call Gary @ ready for homes & MH, ANGELO BUYS 3266 St. Augustine Rd. HUD Avail 1/1 550/550
Openeboveth S many upgrades PLANATIONLilac -4/2,oo 904-759-5976 for appt. owner fin. or 10 cash HOUSES CASH 3274 St. Augustine Rd. HUD Avail 1/1 550/550
1709 Margarets Walk Rd Call 850-459-3474 Any cond, handyman,
Exquisite 4br/3ba, VICTORIA LAKES distressed, vacant or WESTSIDE/ARGYLE/RIVERSIDE
2500sf h ne. Pool, I 4/3.53600+sf, fabulous St. Augustine By Owner occupied, ANYWHERE, 7 Summit Drive
pond, nature preserve & home, tile floor, ss HOME FOR AUTION ANY CONDITION... Baker 2923 Golden nd Blvd 3/2 1250/1250
view of St Johns River appl and much more Completely Renovated, Apts/comm'l/residential 3/2 1250/1250
from back yd. All mo I 3BR, 2BA Mediterranean NO DEAL TOO BIG or Clay 11690 Brian Lakes Dr 3/2 1100/1100
amenities of Fleming Isi $335,000 1 villa. One blk from water MIDDLEBURG 1.4 acres TOO SMALL !! Duval 9581 Croxley Ct 4/2 1200/1200
Plantation! $429,900 I and 1 mile to downtown St. BEACHES 52 Parsley. 82; 2/2, 14x60, Quick closings Nassau2302 Tegner Dr.iness Loop #606 New .5 9050
9042146296 Keller REALTY 221-1711 $267,500 or Best Reasonable A Deal You Won't Believe n ne A 62tnam 8550 Argyle Business Loop 606 New
Williams First Coast offer. Inspection sat. 224 & Only Blocks From Ocean on. call 276-236-0033 904-680-7435 St Johns ILLIARD
RIty or 241-5501 Sun. 2/2512-5pm.Home will MAKE US AN OFFER St Johns HILLIARD
MR9iddleburg-3/2, ceHbe od Sunday nighE A2t5o New 2 & 3 Brm -2BaGeorgia
tral AC/heat, trans HIGHEST AND BEST All ApplianesBrm 2Ba ge 361539 Pine St #A (upstairs) 1/1 450/450
trns Shell, tr Special Appraised at BIDDER. 24HR. rec'd info Call Realtor for AppoitntM D S A
8386562 or 4586023 $194K; Sell $119,900 Cash www .105colonavenue.com I22 Monte St 3/ 950/950
SOAKLEAF PCS- ST AUG.-By Owner, never Lanne Rd. comp etey orange Park-3/2 n l1Mh 7905 Napo D 3/1 900/900
SRent $1350. 4/4, den. Southside/E. Hampton e-in 3/2 on approx 1 San Jose 4331 Plaza Gate Lannie Rd., completely trge, crport,
2853SF. Purchase 5/3.5Bonus Rm, 3270sf, acre. Paveddeadend Ln. 2br/2ba, 1250sf, extra fenced Pond fuit t eegag p ARGYLE brand new 4/2
$380,000 Owner Beautiful, priv., preserve Rd. off US 1 Below mkt nice, pool, below mar- Perfect and to buid on. fenced,3 rnles 0 & 5/3 upgrades. Next to CALLAHAN
pays closing costs, lot, cul-de-sac, lake view. value at $269k. 386-937-3645 ket@$130K 9047378855 $150K. Ph. 509-5812 NAS Jax, $890m Argyle Ele $ mo 45112 Second Avenue 1/1 600/600
619-787-5861 Well maint. $564K 803-58072a4u6$atrn294k3989 452e deposit. (904)291-4316 $35060.6904-236-98890
ST. AUG. Custom 3BR/2BA, Wakulla Co., FL 239ac Westside-Near NAS, Argyle Rent To Own! DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE
Buying a Home? 3/4 acre, cul-de-sac, SOUTHSIDE Esplanade App. 22 miles south of 7231 Greenway Dr, Pets OK, 100% Rent
vaulted ceilings, open floor at Town Center brand Tallahassee & 10 miles #950, 3BR/1BA, fire- Credit, 3/2 brk fncd yd, 1944 Perry Street 4/2 1800/1800
Contact your VA plan. $289,900. 904-797-7699 new 2/2, avail immed from St. Mark's Marina. place, newly $1250mo. 24hr. msg.
Home Loan Expert- $269,900 Call 561-644-4212 Exc. investment & rec- remodeled, 1600sf, all 1-800-796-3638 Ext.133 COMMERCIAL
Hm Lo pe ST AUGUSTINE reational property w/ 15 appis, no pets, security, Retail/
Laurie M. Potter Davis Shores, 4/2, $565K & 18 yr pie plant 777-5691 GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2631-1 Dunn Avenue Whse 4085.83
new roof & windows. oa aNew4br/2.ba, rent or
YNCM (USN Ret) 904-4714568or 904 669-4053 SOUTHSIDE IL VILLA- tion. $1,950/ac. Call own, $1375mo. Call 4x2 2147
YNCM (SN Ret) 904-4714568 or 904-669-053 1stflr,3/2, moti- 770 4 4 4 3 5 1 o r 864-7579 or434-4920 1944 Perry Street Comml 2147
Buying, Selling or Georgia vated seller, seller pays 4 0 4 8 2 5 3 6 3 5 .
%or of closing costs, www.southwooddev.com MIDDLEBURG 4/2 all 2340 Soutel Dr Comml 2150
refinancing? Contact $224,900. 4632786/9927182 brick, culdesac, good Daycare
r omesIN -- schools, $1200-$1400 2340-1 Soutel Dr comm
Laurie for any of your llARGYLE/OAKLEAF Call 742-7486 Dycre 2150
(904) 256-2051 financing needs, inclinSOUTHSIDE3 c er- Almost full, only a view s Orange Park-2
(904)256-2051 financing needs, including EVANS CO., GA cial condos, 7200sf apt homes left. story, 5 BR& 3 1/4
Cell (904) 463-2065 VA, FHA, home equity or 198AC-$1,595/AC www.ncc- 1.co salee IStarting @ $850m. BA. ss appis, for- DAN JONES
Email: lauriep tter c t lExcellent hunting, $660k 904-596-4370 CRISP CO., GA315 ac Vintage Plantation Bay maldining/livin- A U MI JO NE
@countrywide.ca m o conventional haro farm 6mi E. of I 75, 904-771-7576 groom, big backyard, MEN
ountrywde.com en.creek, hardwood good hunting and fish- Free satellite & w/d incl. sprinkler sys, 2 car
Website: bottoms, subject to SOUTHSIDE -Beach/ ing $950k. 912-682-3742 garage, Many upgrades, E & As iat I
mecountrywidetimber thinning Kernan 1/1 and 2/1 cony. Arlington for info call 742-6747 ERA & Associates, Inc.
ho n o m contract condos. Brand new, FREE MONTH RE NT (OR) mEAL ESTATE
lauriepotter I I u I404-362-8244 upgraded kitchens, wood SCREVEN CO. GA $300 MOVES YOU IN. OLD JENNINGS -4/2 nice S .0 (904) 757-3460
4601 Touchton RdE #3190 O AS floors, amenities, gated. Hunting land for sale. 205 2br & 3br Grande Oaks OL ENNINGS m
JaTckhillt FEl310C HOME LOANS St. Regis Paper Co. Private owner, $115,000 ac w/ pond. $3000/ac. Town homes. Call for 1800sf, lac fncd, $1100
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Northside, Rent To Own,
3br Iba, Beautiful Home
iust rehabbed, CH&A,
Carport, Quiet Street,
$800 with good credit,
1636 W 36th St, 226-9555,
call for other properties.
4, Oceanway
3BR 2BA-CH&A,
deck, Ig fenced
yard, Ig parking,
w/d hookup, screened
porch, curd pch, $900/r,
$900 dep. 707-1298
ORTEGA 3/1, 1400sf, iust
rermod, tile cpt, pnt,
hardwd firs, granite and
SS apple. Nice corner lot
with shade oaks, fncd
bkyd, 2 blks from river,
CH&A, no pets, 2604 Iro-
quois Ave. $1085mo
737-2128
Ponte Vedra 5/4, gated
waterfront comm. 3400sf,
bit 2004 granite, 19x19
bonus rm $2795m. 881-0895
RIVERSIDE 2Br/1Ba
house 2775 Myra St.
wood floors, washer
/dryer, clean, must see!
$775/mo 448-0251 Landco
Properties
Southside 9210 Spyglass
Ct. 2/2, 1300sf, fpl,
scrnd patio, 2 car gar,
$1200mo. 904-303-8503
SPRING PARK NEW 3/2
1 gar, huge lot private
street, lease w/opt, easy
qualify. 904-755-6843
WESTSIDE Beautiful new
4/2 home 4 rent. Chef
kit, walk-in closet, 2 car
gar/much more 262-7741
WESTSIDE new brick
3/2 2car gar 2010sf
$1250mo Call David
Ramdass 904-7838663
WHITEHOUSE -New 3/2,
2car gar, 2400sf, fplc,
comm. pool, w/d, $1400m
Call 561-707-7088
$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotline 388-1208
4 Black Creek
Waterfront-Fully
remodeled
3Bedroom/2Bath, Ig
kitchen, farm room,
bonus room, boathouse,
$1600/month. 904-635-3150
4 Renovated
Home-3/1.5, 2 car
garage, Irg yard,
$950/month. Owner
ORS. 2470 Wattletree
Rd. W. Call Matt
962-3470
4, 3BR,2BA House-
1 car garage & car-
port, easy access to
NAS, $950 plus
deposit, (904)291-4316



4, Custom Brick
Home-4/3 Bdrm,
2BA, 2160sf.
Open-split firplan,
tile/berber flooring, 2
car garage, FL rm,
shed, fenced
(904)491-7996 $410,000




(2) RENT TO OWN
Well below Mkt Value
5/3.5 $2000 mo. And
NEW 4/2.5 $800 mo.
B uefinproperties .co
904-302-5780
PALENCIA 3/2, end unit,
scrn patio, gated, pool,
incl. catv, DSL & water.
$1295m. 904-887-9926
PONTE VEDRA/Azalea
Pt/Reserve, beautiful 4/3
gated, w/d, sunroom, Irg
backyd, culdesac, lawn
svc incl. $2300m. 285-8888
WORLD GOLF
VILLAGE AREA
Heritage Landing. 4br,
$1195mo. Free 1st class
rec facilities. Pool &
water park. Pets con-
sidered, 223-6443







Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia



4O Fleming Island-
Eagle Harbor
ON WATER-
5BR/3BA sunroom,
free heated pool, tennis
& golf in community.
$2,000/m OBO.
4, Fleming Island-17
mo old condo,
1837sf, 3BR/2.5BA,
family/LV & loft,
ceiling fans, Gated, A
rated schools, pools,
clubhouse, soccer, vol-
ley, tennis, 11 rmi to NAS
$1200/m 594-5899
Oakleaf Waterfront New
Condo. 3/2 W/D,fridge,
scrnd porch,$1275 904-
226- 9760
ORANGE PARK-newly
rermoad 2/2 luxury river-
front cormm. 1st fir, w/d
$1250mo0. Call 998-8672



BAYMEADOWS east of
1952/3 TH+ office or den
TOTALLY REMODELED
new wood floors,carpet
granite counters 1750sf
new apple, Irge porch on
lake lease purchase
$1195 904-226-0253
Beach Jacksonville
Ocean Front 1/1 remod.,
granite, garage & water
incl. $1375mo. 881-0895


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Intercostal West 2/2
Avanti Condos on Kernan
/Bch all new, WD,
gated, pool $1100. 434- 8118

Intracoastal Waterway
Gated, new 3/3, 2100SF.
granite, garage, pool &
fitness. $1695. 881- 0895
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
lux ocean front, pool/
acuzzi/ gym, 2br/2ba,
furn, $3500 $5000/mo
Call 813- 695- 0376
SAN MARCO PLACE-
Executive Luxury River-
front 2/2 Condo Tennis,
swimming, hot tub Wt.
rm Million $ view 14th
floor overlook Downtwn
$1750 mo. 904- 472- 3445
Southside- 2/2 condo, Tim-
berlin Pk. $975/m + $500
dep. 1 car gar, first fir,
1060sf. (904)652- 8460

SOUTHSIDE 2/2 ILVilla-
gio, $1250mo. full ameni-
ties, club hse gated. Call
Eddie904- 309- 1283

WESTSIDE Natures
Hideaway 3br/2ba,
1300sf, pool. W/D incl.
$1100m+dep 904.718- 1007
Westside-Near
NAS- 3BR/2BA, all
appliances, W/D,
5151 Playpen Drive,
Bldg 4, Unit 1. Timber
Run. $950/month.
696- 5565




BEACH PonteVedra 2/2,
E. of AlA, gated 5 star
comm, w/pool, fitness
cntr, cinema & beach
shuttle, all app incld
w/d, nobody above or
below you. 904- 825- 4777
CR210 2br/2.5ba, sgl car
gar, WD hookup, no
pets, avail now. $995mo.
Call904- 891- 7378
Ponte Vedra Sawgrass CC
town house, 3/3, 2 car
garage, fpl, scrnd patio,
avail 3/1, $1800mo.
904- 247- 8574or 631- 7013
PONTE VEDRA BCH 2/2
condo, 18 mi SE of Jax.
Located in gated comm,
Call American Dreams
Realty 352- 338- 7505 or
visit us www.american-
dreamsrealty.net
WORLD GOLF VILLAGE
2BR/2BA Brand new
Twnhse, scrned porch,
pool & gated. 1 mi from
195.$1400 352- 359- 4316










Baker
*Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia






Orange Park-BEau-
tiful, 2 story Near
mall, $1200 a
month, 3BR/2BA
553- 5058








all appls amenitiesconv
loc,$1150mo.904- 891- 8918
SOUTHSIDE Tinseltown
2/2.5 condo,gated, all
appliances, $1100/mo;
good credit req 904- 613- 7258
SOrtega-Close to
NAS 2/2 townhouse
for rent $700
S deposit, $875 a
month. Available Feb
1st, Call 541- 0827


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HOME MORTGAGE

Barton J. Bott Stephanie Hicks
USN LCDR (Ret) Cell: 904-718-1074
Cell: 912-674-3635


ATLANTIC BEACH pro-
fessional looking to
share 3/2 hse, nice hse in
quiet neighborhood. No
dep. $700mo + 1/2 until.
Call 904- 219- 4307

BAYMEADOWS/9A Share
4/3 house in nice area.
Fem. smkr pref'd. Great
ameniteis. 904- 563- 5183

INTRACOASTAL WEST
3/2 $530+dep, indc
elec/wtr, ph, cbl 228- 4449

MANDARIN 4/2.5, pool,
WD, cable, internet,
$600mo + $250 dep.
furn/unfurn. 731- 0159










Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia




Arlington-3/2,
inground pool, $450
S monthly + dep.
(904)234- 3652

4 Arlington-Navy
Family looking for
female roommate
to share 4/2 home.
Near Mayport/Dames
Point. Alta area. Call
652- 3811, Avail. now

4 Room for Rent 3/2
house seeking
single roommate
located in Jackson-
ville, call for details,
(904)625- 2269, Ready
Now.

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Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia





WESTSIDE 3/2, DW
CH&A, $650mo $650dep.
771- 4407 or 699- 2769









Baker
*Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia






WESTSIDE 5.5acres.
165' frontage on 103rd.
Incl. 1400sf house. $1.2M
Vince Serrano 904- 707- 9484









Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia


BAYMEADOWS/9A
Small to large office
space available now.
Call 235- 2040 Ref: 82
Mandarin Office
Furnished. 12 Telephones and
Workstations, Ready to Go.
288-8500









Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia






SOUTHSIDE
7200sf, 9600sf, 19,000sf,
or 33,000sf. warehouse.
Grade level. Common
dock available. Univ @
Powers. $4/sf.
Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
356- 2228 Realtor
WESTSIDE warehouse
6000SF dock high, roll up
doors, w/offices & baths,
$2100. Call 904- 568- 7660

WAREHOUSE
13,000sf- 40,000sf. or
53,000sf, Dock high
16' $2.95sf gross.
Easton, Sanderson, & Co.


or356- 2228 Realtor







Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia




All New Retail Centers
3 mo 1/2 rent Westside
Southside 288-8500
NEW OFFICE SUITES
1,920 sf to 11,520sf
Eastpark Great location!
(904) 998-9339







Business
Opportunities
Distributorships/
Franchises
Fictitious Names
Financial Services
Money to Lend or
Borrow
Mortgages Bought
andSold




COIN OP LAUNDRY
FOR SALE -NOW OPEN
2841 Art Museum Rd Jax
$350,000. Call Laundry
Pro of Florida Inc.
1.800.232.5736

HOME BASED BUSINESS
Call Toll Free
1- 888- 230- 7531x51239
NAIL SALON- Beaches
area, 3yrs in business,
Fax 249- 8999 ph 249- 8777
Perfect Owner- Operator
M- F retail bus. Very
busy deli, coffeehouse &
candy store in ofc.high
rise. Call 885- 1692 Iv msg
Prepaid Legal- Marketing
assoc. needed. Unlmtd
income potential. Steven
Camp Independent
Assoc. 904- 534- 3726.
www.stevenca m p.com




Fast & Easy Home Loans
Refin., purchases, Home
Equity- Call Cheryl
Holder: (904)200- 9505
Refinancing Fast & Easy
Call Cheryl Holder:
(904)200- 9505


CFIC Home Mortgage is a Georgia

Residential Licensee and
a FL Correspondent Mortgage Lender
GA License # 15791. FL License #514968
CFIC Home Mortgage 304 Osborne St.
St. Marys, GA 31558

Office: 912-576-4442


Making home financing
reasonable for everyone
Money avail, for all credit
scenarios. 904- 859- 1819


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Schools
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8 Week Eve Class March 14
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or call 241- 4237
,u


COMPANIONS, SITTER
& HOMEMAKERS for
Seniors. No exp. nec.
Will train. Call 402- 6133
HOUSEKEEPER
needed to clean large
home, do laundry,
cooking some nanny
duties for 1 three year
old. St. Mary's, GA.
area. 912-729-4635
S Looking for
Responsible
Caregiver for 3
well-behaved
school-age children-For
the Summer Season, in
my home. Non smoker.
Ft. Caroline area. Must
have references.
591- 5760




COURIER/ DRIVER FT
& PT independent con-
tractors. Knowledge of
Jax roadways. Reliable
van, pick- up, SUV or
box truck req. 3 yr clean
MVR. Background &
Drug screen. Proof of
Ins.904- 398- 4788EOE



w/ warehouse duties.
Entry level, $8hr.
Apply tn person at
The Parts House 10321
Fortune Parkway, Bldg
400. Drug Free wkpIc






Caddies
GOLFERS
WANTED!
CaddieMaster is
looking for Ser-
_- vice oriented
-.-. .i.i.- to work
u T P C
Sawgrass. Golf knowl-
edge & service skills
required. FT PT posi-
tions $400- $700/wk
Please contact
904- 280- 2453.

SDrivers
SMessengers
$500 sign-on bonus!
Brinks, Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
transportation. We
offer:
*Full Medical/Dental Pkg
*Company Matching 401k
*Tuition Reimbursement
* Paid Vacation
*Time & half for 40+ hrs
* Avg Annual Salary $29K
(includes OT)
Qualified candidates will
complete a:
*Successful Polygraph
examination
*Successful background
investigation
*Drug test/D.O.T. physical
For directions or more
information please call
(904) 353- 4331. Brink's is
an equal opportunity
employer mi/f/h/v.
License #BB8700010.
INSULATION
INSTALLERS
Needed. Exp pref, but
not nec. Must have good
driving record and able
to pass drug test.
Apply in person: 5808
Mining Terrace, 32257
MAID TEAM
CLEANING 5 days /wk,
no weekends. Bondable
& dependable. Orange
Park. 2646666. DFWP

PRODUCTION
ASSISTANCE- Graphics
production co. looking for
Asst for sign production
and exhibit bldg. Resumes
only to 2136 Kings Ave.
Jax, FL 32207

VET TECH/KENNEL
HELP for Show kennel.
Good pay. Mandarin
area. 262- 8475/334- 3665
YACHT MATE Wanted
with experience in
maintaining yachts.
904- 646- 3700
FUN CASH
$150-$450 per day.
401k, benefits, prof.
appearance. 398-3937
Wendy or Cindy





* Housekeepers
*Maitenance Supervisor
* Front Desk
Courtyard Marriott
Apply in person
at JTB & 1-95
4670 Lenoir Ave. South
Jacksonville, FL 32216
904-296-2828
EOE/DFWP
HOUSEKEEPING- Jcdk-
sonville Plaza Hotel hir-
ing housekeepers, top
pay $8- $10/hr, apply at
14585 Duval Rd. 741- 1133





CARPENTERS
for Residential framing.
Many positions avail.
Great Benefits/Paid
holidays & vacations.
DFWP Ph. 993-1111


Service/Residential
great pay/paid vac,
401 K Local verif exp
and DL necessary
Thompson Electric
353- 1500

PAINTERS Experi-
enced Transp nec. Exp
a must. Benefits avail.
419- 4880 DFWP

PAINTERS with comm'l
& resid'l exp needed
immed. Tools & transp.
req'd. $12 /hr & up dep
on exp 632- 0500 DFWP


PLUMBERS
New construction,
experienced service
plumber, valid D/L,
great benefits 260- 7059

Roofers & Shinglers
Good company, steady
work. Tools and
transportation a must.
Call904- 755- 7403






SFI Immediate
Openings
S/O P/T $8.50
9A & Alta Exit
Mon- Wed3- 11pm
JAX Dog
Track- Bayard $8.50
6 days/Tues Off
/paid OTSpm to 1am
apply on line:
sfi.appone.com
or call for appt
721- 9121
Class D Lic required






JANITORIAL Office
cleaning, P/T week-
nights. 2- 3 hrs/night.
Southside, Orange Park
& Paxon. 636- 9107

MAINTENANCE
HVAC cert. pref'd for
Beach Villas Apts. FT,
Benefits. 5 yrs exp. Call
904- 645- 3272





FRONT DESK, OP
fast pace, people and
phone skills. Health &
retirement benefits.
Med. exp. Fax 2765333


exp'd and energetic front
desk person for
extremely busy cardiol
ogy practice. Medical
Manager a must. FT,
Aon- Fri, Fax resume to
904-493 6560.

MA or LPN (BMO desir-
able) OR RN, for OP offc,
Health, retire, vacation
benefit, fax 276 5333

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
F/T with benefits,
experienced preferred.
Fax 737- 7901


57.9 billion
Is the economic
impact of the
military in Northeast
Florida and Southeast
Georgia.
Advertise in the
military publications
distributed at the
local bases in
the area.
To advertise
Please call
904-359-4336,
Fax 904-366 6230.





CAPTAIN/C HIE F
ENGINEER a for
Ex-Army Tugboat in
Jacksonville
Fairbanks- Morse single
screw engine, work in
Caribbean. 561- 753- 2797






Community
Manager
Arlington Properties,
a Birmingham based
management com-
pany, has immediate
opening for experi-
enced Manager at
Kendall Lake Apts., a
new luxury commu-
nity. Good salary and
bonus plan with
excellent benefits.
Email resume to
pbroxson@
arlingtonproperties.net
or fax to 850-587-5457






$$1 ,000$$
HIRING BONUS
DANCERS DANCERS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110

$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
DANCERS DANCERS
Passion 641-5033

DANCERS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370

DJ,DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
6415033

Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 3991110


4- Company
Drivers
$1500 Sign on
Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/
2 or more yrs exp. &
ClassACDL- Hazmat
Home most wknds
NEW PAY PACK-
AGE
$.34- .38/mile
O/OP pay $.90/mile
+ fuel supplement
$.01 Safety Bonus
$.02 Service Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
Paid Vac & holidays
Optional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Prem i u m Prog,
Optional Per Diem
PayProgram@ $52.00
/day

Call Greg@
800- 723- 3424 for info

DRIVERS
Professional class A driv-
ers, OTR tractor trailer,
good pay. Great home
time, health ins., 401K,
paid vacation, bonus
pkg, & top equipment all
in a small company
atmosphere but backed
up with large company
benefits.
Call Randy 877-440-7890
www.PTSI-online.com
Ask about our new pay
package!
DRIVER WANTED
NEED MONEY FAST???
APPLY NOW!!!
People get huge tax
returns this time of yr.
Those people call cabs.
They call I us.
Come drive for us!
YELLOW CAB. 493-5222
dfw.




HOME DAY CARE
Northside/ Oceanway
area. Licensed. Limited
openings for full time
care 1 year & up. Please
call for details 714- 9986




MONICA'S L. CLEANING
SERVICE INC.
The best prices & Quality
of Services in Town.
Veteran Family Owns &
Operated Serving you
Since 2003. Licensed.
Tel(904)779- 9822 Office
hours 9:00 am 5pm
Mon- Fri References
available. E- mail:
monicaslcleaningservinc03@
yahoo.com




IRS Tax Problems
(Liens, Levies, Wage
Garnishments, Spousal
Relief, Delinquent &
Nonfiiled Tax Returns,
etc.) Ricky Thomas,
P.A.
www.rickythomaslaw.com
904- 252- 8 93.




BEST MASSAGE in JAX
Go W. on 103rd St. pass
McManus Rd. #MM14752
446- 5504;
A.C. Bloom Call me.








AC, Heating, Fuel
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/Office
Equipment
Clothes
Collectables
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
Fruits/Vegetables
Furniture/Household
Garage Sales
Garden/Lawn
Hot Tubs/Spas
Jewelry/Watches
Kid's Stuff
Machinery and
Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous
Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods
Tickets
Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade




4, Armana Regrigera-
tor Freezer on top,
ice maker, $400
OBO. (904)206- 4355

Dry/Washer Super Big Cap.
Exc. Condition $200 for both.
396- 8068
Kenmore washer & dryer
heavy duty $225 for set,
good cond. 904- 482- 9376

4 Microwave-Great
condition, $20 Call
Tara (904)379- 6036

&t REFRIGERATOR
GE Artica, black,

used, 5200BTU $50. 6500
BTU $75. (904) 372- 9471
ussblanch@yahoo.com

4, REFRIGERATOR
Whirlpool 25 cu ft
side by side,
counter depth, ice/
water thru door, 6 mos
old, black $900. 827- 9371
4 Stainless Double
Sink w/Delta
Faucet- Value new
over $260. Good
Condition, Asking $60.
Call Sue @ 781- 7707


4-, Washer &
Dryer-GE Profile, 2
years old, white,
exc cond, asking
$450 OBO (904)803- 4287
Whirlpool Washer &
Dryer Set-About 2
yrs old, excellent
shape, will deliver,
$340. 994- 0100
SWhirlpool Washer &
Dryer Set-Excel-
lent Condition, $100
each, both $175.
Cash Only, Call 472- 1417
or 777- 6660 anytime.









Sat., Feb 17th @ 10am
(Preview 9 AM)
SPECIAL OLYMPICS FL
6210 US 1 N. (St. Johns Co.)
15 mi. S. of Avenues Mall
.5 mi S Red Double Decker
Bus. 35 cars, trucks, vans.,
VW Beetle & motorhome.
All winning bidders are
required to submit a $100
Cash deposit.
Luman E. Beasley, CAI
AB-1441 AU-1775 10% BP.
auction info 904808-9922
Upscale Furn, Antique &
Home Decor Auction.
Saturday,2/17. Starts at
Noon. Preview at 9am.
Amber Lane Auctions
located at 4000 St. Johns
Ave AB#2585,AU#816.
10% Buyers Premium.
www.amberla neax.com.




Comm. Popcorn Machine.
Great shape. Large
capacity. $325. Retails
for$600. 904- 797- 5809.



S Navy Chief Uni-
forms-36- 38 pants,
Gf42- 44 Jackets, press
blues, whites/khaki
excellent cond, work
whites, belts, Call
(904)771- 4539



Want to buy laptop!
S pay $25, call
318- 3754 anytime.




Auction RIty Serv AB1163
Feb. 16 & 17. 10:30a- 4p;
Furn, tools, riding mow,
TVs etc. 2614 West End St
off Mayport Rd see signs
Avonlea Antiques Sweet
Heart Sale Feb. 14-19
Gifts, Surprises,
Drawings & Savings!
8101 Philips Hwy at
Baymeadows 636- 8785
Estate Sale 710 Monte
Carlo Rd Fri, Sat & Sun
7a- 4P881- 5721, 704- 5871




American Signa-
ture micro seude
sofas-2 each,
w/scotch guard pro-
tection, 1 yr old, $200
OBO 288- 0784
BED- About Time???
Brand New Pillowtop Sets
Queen $110 King $250
Memory Foam from $340
Can Deliver. 904-674-0405

BED- Absolute all new
sets Qn Pill Top $100 in
plastic. Can del. 391- 0015
BED-Brand NameFull set
$119, new w/war in plas-
tic. 391- 0015 Can deliver
BED Cherry sleigh, Solid
wood set $375, Retail
$950. 858-9350.Can deliver
BED- Queen Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set, New in Plastic,
Must sell $110 904-674-0405
BEDROOM 6pc CHERRY
SET. New, still in boxes
$499. CAN DEL. 391- 0015
4 Bedroom-Kingsize 3
piece unit-Like new,
Cost $3500. Asking
$1000. Call Felecia
at (904)759- 2167
4 Cabinet-Holds many
ODVD, CDs, or
Tapes. Woodgrain,
lockable doors, cas
tearing wheels, 39" tall.,
like new, $50. 268- 2482
4,2 Cabinets-Wood, 60
in tall, 30 in wide.
Both have
doors/shelves, each
$15. 268- 2482
4 California King
SMattress
Box Springs, frame.
$125. Call
912- 729- 7982
COUCH 2 chairs, 2 end
tables, phone bench, foot
stool, Victorian repro-
duction set. Carved
wood, red & gold color,
$2850/OBO. (904)- 234- 4377
DINETTE FURNITURE
Hutch and matching
server. Make offer
904- 599- 9660

SDiningroom Table
w/6 chairs solid
walnut wood, round
design on chairs,
exc cond, $400. Call
491- 7996
4 Girl Twin Bed-Like
New. Girl white
toddler bed w/mat-
tress like new $50.

w/four chairs. $100
| obo. Call 673- 6143
anytime, leave msg
if no answer
4 Kingsize Mattress
Box spring set,
good cond, 476- 7694.
$150 OBO.
Kitchen Tbl/Chrs $75.,
Hutch $150. Patio Furn.
$75. Futon Matt $30. 22'
Sony TV $100. Lamps,
King BR Set. 704- 9644
* Livingroom
Set- (Moving)-Bur-
bundy, couch,
Iloveseat, chair,
ottoman, three tables,
lamps, walnut, big pil-
lows, exc cond $2000
(904)491- 7996
4 Livingroom Couch,
love seat, matching

(912)882- 1252
4 Livingroom set-$650
OBO, sofa $300
OBO, Diningroom
set, $600, 771- 0470
after 5 pm
LIVING ROOM 10 pc.
leather, good condition.
$1400, 880- 4206; 982- 6035


4 LIVING ROOM
SET like new w/
couch, chair with
ottoman, love seat,
two end tables, coffee
table, matching throw
rug, two lamps, large
and small pillows. $1000
obo. Contact Jeffrey
301- 481- 3033/673- 7280
MATTRESS Queen Plush
Set. Brand New in plastic
$125 Must sell 904-674-0405
MATTRESS KING SIZE
New, Still in Plastic, $185
904-674-0405
MATTRESS Mem.foam
Brand name SET new w/
warr $340 398-5200 can del
MATTRESS Brand Name
KG $155 new w/warr, in
plastic 858- 9350. Can Del
t Neutral Color Area
Rugs-3 large, 2 hall
runners, $75 for Ig,
$50 for both
runners, Call Tara @
(904)379- 6036
Patio Furniture-
Rattan, Haywood
Wakefield style,
couch, chairs,
otooman, tables, fir
lamp. Tropical uphol-
stery. $800. Call
(904)269- 2258

S Rattan
S Furniture-Sofa,
Sloveseat, chair
w/ottoman, glass
top coffee & end table,
$350 cash. Call
(904)384- 1278.
I Reciner-Extra

| Large, Tan, |
microfiber $250
K 771-3421

Rocking
C hair/Glider Dark
green cushions,
Great condition,
Used very little. $25.
Call 673- 6255 or email
bcmbdean@comcast.net
4 Rooms to Go Large
Sofa-w/scotch
guard,great cond,
$200 OBO. 288- 0784
SSleeper Sofa &
Loveseat-With free
slipcovers, asking
$200. 2 swivel 29"
bar stools, $300 for both.
Call 422- 7428

4, Sofa-$200, Table
w/chairs, $100. Call
588- 2832
4 Solid Oak rolltop
desk, $375 & bow-
flex ultimate
$1000-also china
cabinet, $375.Armoire,
$375, japanese
steptan- su- $175.Call
576- 6823
Solid Oak 7 Piece
Dining Table-6
chairs, exc cond,
new, $750. Must Sell
$350 (904)629- 0045
4 TV Stand-for 50 in
flat screen, glass
shelves. Cost $250.
Sell for $150. Call
451- 7210
4 White wicker
dresser-6 drawer,
w/full size head-
board, $75. Brass
bed fullsize with mat-
tress set, $50, dining
table, $75. (912)496- 4885
h4 2 White Wicker
Loveseats, (Mov-
Ln ing)3 Chairs, table,
white entertain-
ment center, navy new
cushions, $700 OBO.
(904)491- 7996




ARGYLE 8335 Staple-
hurst Dr. Sat Sun 8am.
Lots of good stuff.
Baymeadows E Hampton
Moving Sale furn, much
misc. Sat 9- 4 Sun 12- 4
10621 Mulrany Glen Ct.
Intracoastal Moving Sale
Fri & Sat. 8- 2 Furn, lots
more 12767 Sun Dance
Ln in Indian Sprgs
Atlantic/Girvin 221- 5748
INTRACOASTAL WEST
- Ig moving sale, Sat 9- 1,
furn, HH items, games,
etc, 2338 Osprey Lake
Dr. (Osprey Pointe)
Ponte Vedra MOVING
SALE 2/17 Sat 8am 1pm
706 Ponte Vedra Blvd
Furniture, household
items, toys, must go !
WESTSIDE Moving Sale,
52 yrs accumulation.
antiques, brick brac, furn,
everything goes. Fri &
Sat, 6522 Highway Ave.
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
I Mandarin-"Kidt
Kid" Sale-Feb16- 24,
Mandarin South
Shopping Center,
11700 San Jose Blvd,
behind McDonald's Visit
Kid t Kid.com for details




Hedge
Trimmer-Crafts-
man elect.
S "Bushwhacker', 20
in, both blades move for
less vibration. Scabbard,
never used. $40 268- 2482
SLawn Edger-Black
& Decker, electric.
heavy duty. Does a
great lob, exc cond
$32 268- 2482


SWIMMING POOL
ALARMS By Yard-
Guard U.L. approved
for Clay, Duval Co.
inspection for doors &
windows. $25ea 314- 4778




4, 14k Ladie's
Diamond &
Sapphire Ring-Size
6, $375. And 1 ct
7- stone Ladie's diamond
wedding band, size 6,
$799269- 1478
Round 2.22ct Diamond
SI1- I Appraised at$26,000
Must sacrifice for $14,900
Call 298- 3002



BELLY BUTTONS
RESALE SHOP
2294 MAYPORT RD. #15
PAN AM PLAZA
Mon-Sat. 10-6:30
Sun 10-4
Baby & kids clothes $1 ea
We buy & sell gently used
children items. Car
seats, strollers, toys,
etc. No appt. nec. We
now carry maternity
249- 4040BL




LANDA Hot water
pressure washer rig.
180gal. tank, hose &
reels, sidewalk cleaner.
$1800obo. 731- 5169
4 Sharpening
Equipment-Foley
belsaw, sharpening
machines &
accessories, saw blades,
planer blade, pruners,
saw chain, etc. $4,000.
Call (912)576- 5538





r JET ULTRA
POWER
I WHEELCHAIR I
Quality control
Model JET 3
Swidth 23 in.,
length 38.5 in
$2,750

L 724- 5864

STRETCHER Ferno,
ambulance, $700. Call
229- 563- 1852




Broan 30 in Under
SCounter Range
Hood-White, $40.
3- light Brass &
Glass, Hanging Light
Fixture, 269- 1478
SDisposable AC fil-
ters 16 3/8x21/2x1,
$25 for 10 call
772- 6756 after 4
Dive equipment-
New, never used.
Also, DJ console &
equip. Call
Suzanne: 542- 3849 or
389- 6297
SElectric Scooters
S $150, need some
work, Buy One Get
L One Free! 264- 8954
Gas Grill-w/gas CX:
$80. Amplifier
L w/micro and stand,
$75, 5 pc dinette set,
$125, (904)786- 6418
SKenmore Washer &
Dryer-Late Model,
Exc Cond, Can
deliver, $225
786- 1767
Solid Oak Walton
Bar-108" L- shape,
black suede inside,
bronze foot rest.
Paid $9,800, make offer,
will deliver. 282- 6466
Sunlight Saunas
Model A10, 2 per-
son, dryheat, elec-
tric, to USE
Kingsland GA.
(912)673- 7694
Tony Boselli full
size cardboard
stand- up. 'Own a
piece of Jaguar
history'. $95 268- 2482



Gibson 12 String
Acoustic Guitar
1970 Vintage-Good
Condition, Hard-
shell case Incl. $150
904- 616- 3183

PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141



,L 35 mm Cannon
Camera-Pocket
size, sure shot 130U.
Used sparingly,
takes great photos,
w/box, papers, $50.
268- 2482




8 Deep Sea Fishing
Rods, Reels, &
Tackle-Exc Cond,
Best Offer
(904)272- 1641
Bowling ball-New,
never used, never
C drilled, 16pd
Columbia. Cost $85,
sell for $35. call 451- 7210


Football Fanatics.com, an e- commerce leader in
sports merchandise with a phenomenal growth record,
seeks people for the following key positions:

CPA EDI Integrator Financial Busi-
ness Analyst, Shipping Manager,
Returns/Exchange Manager,
Pay Per Click Analyst, Web Content Coor-
dinator, Copywriter, Computer Tech,
Exp'd Customer Service Supervisors/Reps,
PT/FT warehouse
We offer an exciting, progressive atmosphere, comprehen-
sive benefit package, EOE. Send resume with salary his-
tory to HR@footballfanatics.com or call 421- 1884 to arrange
a confidential interview.


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Pool Table-Good
condition, Buyer
Must Move, 1-95
exit 360, $100
(478)361-4007
4 Golf 3 piece hard
case- Gold eagle
w/key. New, paid
$30011 Must sell,
$80. 282-6466
PARABODY GS-6 Extra
weights, orig $1800 like
new $700 obo. 471-1974
4 Pool Table For
Sale-7ft comes with
S all accessories, Call
(904)652-3811
, SEA KAYAK Necky
Eskia includes rud-
der, paddle, cock-
rpit coder, skirt, roof
rack supports, $975.
241-1243


2 Daytona 500 Tickets,
back stretch, great
seats. $190 904-859-2426
DAYTONA 500 pkg $300
CASH. 904-285-4940
W Daytona Speed
Week Race Tickets
Daytona 500, Busch
300, Qualifying
Twin 150s. Selling at
Face Value, Call
(904)269-0459.






Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted


AMER. BULLDOG PUPS
(Lic. Jones Kennel) NKC
reg. (Original Johnson
bloodline) POP, $750.
904-318-1082. To view dogs
www.ioneskennell8.com
S Aquarium
S Hood-Woodgrain
w/glass door,
flourescent light,
never used, $20. 268-2482
BASSETS TO YORKIES
V BIG PUPPY SALE V
FOR VALENTINES
$399-UP
Poodles, Puggles, Doxies,
Chihuahuas, Ponm,
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646
BLOODHOUND PUPS
8 weeks on 2/17/07, S&W
904-838-9635, 904-838-9609
CHUG Puppies, Toy size
low allergy, males only
Sweet. $300. 904-424-5812
DACHSHUNDS dbl daple,
pix's avail, 8wks, $350,
HC, Southside 904-703-5400
DACHSHUND PUPS &
BREEDERS. From
$250. HC/CKC, 3881244


Free 1 Year Old
Cat- Beautiful, Long
hair, Spayed &
Shots, (912)673-9630
FREE American Bulldog
Fern, 2 yrs. Staffordshire
Pit. Male. 904-894-0108
German Shepherd Pups
5/M $250 3/F $200;shots,
wormed, HC 904-627-5190
GREAT DANE Pups AKC
CKC, UKC. Hrlquins, BI
Merle, BIks 904-259-7978
www.herranch.org
Great Pyrenees Pups
AKC make great guard
dogs $300ea. 912-565-7211
Jack Russells reg chipped
352-595-4072
www.bu tterballfarm.com
LAB PUPS AKC, S/W,
All colors. Ready 3/11,
taking dep. 904-710-1485
4 "MARV" Needs
Good Home!
Moving! 3 yr old
Rottie miix, Loves
Kids, loveable nature,
housebroken, low
maintenance. Call
Stephanie 772-6168
Mastiff/Ridgeback 3,
Boxer/Mastiff 2, Boxer 1,
home raised, love kids,
crate trained, family
protectors. 904-353-1101
after 6pm or 504-9633
MIN PIN PUPS
$250, shots & wormed
912-276-4809
MIN PINS AKC,
8wks, 3A/V$400 HC,
904-866-9527 / 904-626-8379
POODLE STANDARD
Reg Pup Cream F 12wks
Vet ck $600. 904-588-8245
PUGS AKC, H/C. Short,
fat & gorgeous. To loving
homes only. 3863644377
Rare Fila Brasilero Pup-
pies, Grandfather 50+
BIS,5 m, 3 fern, parents
imported $1500 and up.
Serious Inquiries ONLY
229-794-5276
ROTTWEILER -pups,
$500 obo. CKC cert &
HC, ready to go 2/17,
$500 obo 718-2884
Shih-tzu, Cock-a-Poo, and
Mini Schnauzer puppies
available. (912)422-3982
www.walkerkennel.coml
Yorkie AKC Reg Pups
1/M $800, 2/F $850. 1/F, HC
1 yr old $750. HC 783-6569
YORKIE PUPPY
male $700. pure breed,
shots. Call 904-305-2510
YORKIE PUPS AKC
F $1000 & M $800.
Health Cert., 3867923123

To advertise
in the military
publications dis-
tributed at the
local bases in the
area,
Please call
904-359-4336,
Fax 366 6230.


Boats
Sailboats
Boat Dockage &
Rentals
Marine Equipment
and Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's and Supplies
Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
Antiques/Classics
Automobiles
Trucks/Trailers/SUV's
Vans/Buses
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Trucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease


4 Suzuki Dirtbike
R17-80, New top
Send, $70. 476-7694

Honda Aquatrax
'02-F-12x, and 1997
Seadoo GSX, Low
hours, double
trailer, $6500 OBO. Call
Robert (904)434-6047
Consignment Boat Sales
call us to discuss selling
your boat. 249-6225
www.iaxboating.coml
We sell pre-owned boats
18' GLASSTRON '73,
$2000
904-262-5182
4 20 ft Pontoon
'98-With Trailer,
spare battery, life
jackets, anchor,
50HP motor, $5000 OBO.
505-1048/505-4588
4 25ft Trawler-Great
S shape, sleeps 4,
Cruise the intrac-
oastal in style! At
NASMarina. Need quick
sale. $15,000. 625-7734
S Suzuki
4H P, 4-store
outboard motor,
freshwater, only
used twice, $800. 476-7694
4 New 9.9 Nissan
Outboard-Electric
start, Longshaft
w/tank & controls,
never run, $900.
(912)673-7694



16'x18' Clayton '97-popu-
lar SS locati on,
3BR/2BA, loaded kit, w/
D/W, fridge, isl. FP
w/mantle, master BA
w/dbl sinks, shower, Ig
garden tub, great cond
$19,900/OBO 904-864-7240
2007 Franklin 36.6' Tri-
aler 2slides, W/D, sleeps
6, AC, bayfront, $21,500.
obo. Cell 717-380-1150


AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 4623039
1-800-541-6439
Cedar Creek'04-Sth
wheel, two slide
outs, like new con-
dition, suitable all
weather great buy call
771-7544
4 Fleetwood Wilder-
ness '05-25' loaded,
like new, 6' slide-
out, 18' awning,
must go, TOP. Call
Keith (912)673-6303
FRANKLIN 37ft '06, 5th
wheel, 3 slideouts, W/D,
2 AC's, loaded. In Jax.
$27Kobo. 512-573-4987
NOW OPEN

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Next to Shad Nissan
and Harley Davidson


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Low Overhead, Low Prices
3 Slide In Campers Left
Under $10,000. Pre-Owned
Starting @ $6,000. We Have
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Trades, Consignments, What-
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Family Owned.
NO PRESSURE
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6141 Pecan Park
Exit 366 Off I 95 Next to
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BMW F650
'97-Under 3k miiles,
white, excellent
condition, hard
bags, $4250 neg. Call
(904)945-6881 or
(904)771-2175
HARLEY DAVIDSON '93
Low rider. Ready for
Bike Wk. Adult owned,
gar kept. See to appreci-
ate. $8900. 912-230-6841 or
after 6pm1 912-261-9917


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Harley Dyna
Wideglide '98-23,200
miles, Red, xtras,
cover, shop manual,
garage kept, excellent
shape, $11,500 OBO
993-3767
Harley Davidson
'00-Electric Glide,
29k mi, Simpson
true dual exhaust,
great condition, contact
Pete at (904)534-6497 or
9904)619-3173, asking
$12,000.
4& Harley Heritage
'95-16,500 miles, red
extras, cover, shop
manual, garage
kept, exc shape, $11,500
(912)882-7095 5pm-8pm
4 HD 883 Sportster '03
8200 mi, Lots of
chrome, touring
seat, windshield,
detachable sissy bar.
exc cond, $5700 OBO
673-8733
HONDA 599 '04 3,000
miles, like new. Asking
$5K. Call 904-228-8420
FHonda CRF 45
2005, Dirt Bike.
Very clean and
well maintained,
lots of extras.
Twin walled rent-
hal bars with asv
levers. White
brothers carbon
fiber pipe and tita-
nium foot pegs.
Bike runs perfect
and very fast.
$4500 226-4760 or
588-5484
S80HONDA ELITE
80CC Motor Scooter
carb, manual $600.
241-1243
4 Honda Shadow
'00-11k imi les, $3000,
Call (360)649-5056
4, Kawasaki Nomad
'99-Clean & ready
for bike week, just
gas up & go!
607-6900
4, Suzuki Alstare
'03-GSXR-600 Anni-
versary Edition.
Many extras; with
gear. Mint Condition.
2500 miles. $7500 OBO.
Call (904)200-2405
4, Suzuki DRZ80 '01 5
spd, oil injection,
runs good, 2 stroke,
$850. (904)553-4508
4, Yamaha RT100
'99-Dirt bike, exc
cond. Great begin-
ner bike, $800.
(912)576-5007
4, Yamaha V-Star 1100
'05-4500 miles,
saddle bags, back-
rest, windshield
factory warr, $7,900 Call
(912)576-5027 or 269-0612
4 Yamaha Vstar
'00-650, 8265 miles,
Custom paint,
saddlebags, high-
way bar, sissy bar &
more $4000 OBO.
777-2850


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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, I I I,, February 15, 2007 19


I YAMAHA 1
SILVERADO
MIDNIGHT
ROAD STAR

BLACK METALLIC
FULLY DRESSED
CUSTOM EXHAUST
ONLY 470 MILES
$13,900 FIRM
MUST SELL
HEALTH REASONS
I RON 553-3249



4 CENTERLINE
CHROME RIMS
AND TIRES (4)
5 lug (Chevy)
P205/70R15 6" front,
P245/60R15 8" rear. $1500
obo. 882-1946
or 573-1127
4 Leer Camper
Shell-Silver, over
rail, fits 1997 to
2003, F150 short
bed, locks light clamps,
$450. 728-8669
VW Engine-Big
Bore, 92mm, cam,
oversized intake
valves, oil sump,
filter, plus more, $1200.
(904)781-1532




& 1979 MB 450SL Cony
Hard Soft New Top,
Strong engine,
trans., driven
weekly, 108k $8500 OBO
(912)882-7095 5pm-8pm
4, CHEV CORVETTE
STINGRAY 1976.
400 small block,
metallic blue, auto
T-tops, runs great. Very
fun. $11,000. 716-0881

INDIAN 1941 FOUR
Fully restored,
previous collector and
museu m machine.

SE GA. Location.
All detai92)510s and ino:
dacollir@gate.net




"92-4dr, Loaded,
Dark Grey, Runs
great, $2900. Call
RJ (912)510-7215/
(912)467-3348
y ACURA RL '02
Fully equipped,
only 50,000 miles.
$19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA RSX '06
Leather, sunroof,
CD. $19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


SACURA TL 04
Fully equipped,
leather, C D,
sunroof. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SAUDI A4 Quattro
04. Leather, CD,
sunroof, 5pd.
Beautiful! $21,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMW330 Cl '01 Only
40,000 miles. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 330 Convert-
ible '01. Only 40,000
miles. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


BMW 3301C 2001
Royal Blue, extra low
miles. $25,995
Honda S2000 2002 Only
28,000 miles. $19,995
Audi A4 Cony. Only
28,000 miles. Show-
room dcond. $27,980
Ford Mustang Gt
convt. 2003. Only
38,000 miles. $16,860
BMW Z4 2.51 2003
Only 45,000 mi. $22,480
Chrys PT Cruiser LTD
Conv. Lthr, Cd. $19,990
Lexus SC430 2002
Certified to 100,000 mi
LEXUS
OF JACKSONVILLE
Pre-Owned Auto Center
Convertible Showroom
Specials
998-0012

| BMW 525i '06
White/tan, like
new. $40,980.
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW Z4 '03 2.5i
Extra low mi, fully
equipped. $22,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Buick Park Avenue
'94 Ultra excellent
cond, fully loaded,
leather interior,
$3000 OBO. 529-8087 or
859-7409
SCHEV CAVALIER
'00 Family Sedan,
red, exc cond, AT,
chilling AC, ps,
cruise,running cond
137K. $2500. 629-3305
CHEVY IMPALA SS- '96,
great condition 93k
miles, $10,000 282-3341
Chevy Malibu LT
'06 4dr, 26k miles,
auto, sunroof,
5yr/36k mi
warranty, optional
7yr/100k mi warranty,
$15,250, (443)413-3992


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invite all friends
and customers to
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Bring in this ad for
extra savings!
Military and First
Time Buyers
Welcome!
Want to be treated
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L&j
y CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER '05.
Leather, CD $19,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER 300 '05
Fully equipped
$14,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
T CHRYSLER SRT8
MAGNUM'06
Leather, sunroof,
CD, fully equip. $34,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

CHRYSLER
CROSSFIRE
2004
"Blazing Red"
MOTIVATED
SELLER!!
Loaded, 30,000 mi.
7/70 Warranty, exc.
cond. asking
payoff $23,500
612-8015

DODGE
CHARGER'06
Daytona Edition,
Navigation, CD, sunroof.
5000 miles. $28,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE STRATUS -'96
ES, 2.4 Itr, 4dr drk green
$3000. 254-5948, 683-8849
FORD MUSTANG
CONV GT '03.
Fully equipped,
only 38,000 mi. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


SFord Mustang '02
3.8L, V6, Loaded,
74,000 mi, exc cond,
$7500, 912-882-1252
4 Ford Thunderbird
'92-Needs interior
and engine, every-
thing else replaced,
rebuilt transmission and
new tires. Contact
Steven at 576-2044.
$500 OBO.
SHonda Accord LX
S96-Sedan, 4 cyl,
l auto, all pwr, exc
gas mileage, great
student vehicle, $5000
(904)294-6946
4 HONDA CIVIC DX
'01. 2dr, 5spd, one
owner, 32/39, 79K
$8200 obo. Excel-
lent cond. All dealer
maintenance. 665-2024
> HONDA S2000 '02
Only 28K miles,
Like new. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 INFINITE G35
COUPE White/tan,
spoiler, fully equip
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
C INFINITI G35
COUPE '03. Extra
low miles. $22,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
INFINITI G35
COUPE '03 Extra
low miles. $22,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
wh INFINITI G35
X COUPE N04
White/tan. $25,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Infiniti 130 '97-Gold,
4 dr, Loaded, New
tires, $4900 OBO
(912)510-7215/
(912)467-3348
SINFINITI G35
SEDAN '03.
white/tan. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y INFINTI G35
SEDAN '03. 4dr,
white/tan. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SKia Rio '01- 86k
miles, 4dr, PS, PB,
5spd, Great little
car, $3,300 OBO.
(912)576-0976
LINCOLN TOWN
CAR '99. Only
55,000 miles. White/
tan. $10,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03
Extra low miles.
$12,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03 Only
27,000 mi. $13,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


S MERCURY
GRAND MARQUIS
'00. Fully equipped,
only 60K mi. $7980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Nissan Sentra
'05-AM/FM, CD, 4
cyl, silver, cloth
seats, private
owner, exc cond, Ame
lia Island, Call 491-7996
$12000
MINI COOPER -'05,
13,723mi, blue, cold wthr
pkg, Ithr heated seats,
moonroof, CD,wired for
Ipod, airbags, transf
warr, $21,500 538-0060
4 A Mini Cooper '04
Auto, AC, sunroof,
28k miles, $16,400.
(904)247-8824,
755-6977
4 Mitsubishi Eclipse
i-01-Spyder, 83k
miles, red, runs
great, brand new
top, $7500 OBO 270-7068
SMitsubishi Galant
'00 ES, Green, 129k
miles, c/ctrl auto,
good cond, $4500
OBO. Call (904)908-1091
y NISSAN ALTIMA
2.5S '06
$17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y NISSAN ALTIMA
GXE '06. Black/
tan. $18,99. p6129
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Nissan Altima '97-
$1800, 4dr, blue,
runs great, cold AC,
Call RJ.
(912)510-7215 or 467-3348
Must Sell.
NISSAN ALTIMA
GXE '06. Fully
equipped. $18,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Nissan Sentra '05- 4
cyl, sedan, 4d, 1.8s,
tinted windows, CD,
theft recovery,
moving must sell, call
491-1996 $12,000
PONTIAC VIBE '06
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
G SATURN L200 '03
Gas Saver. $10,490
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4, Toyota Camry XL
'02- New CD player,
runs very good,
please call
(904)762-2314 or
(904)327-4074
TOYOTA CAMRY '04,
Rare ltd edt. Pearl white
12,800mi, $13,500. 810-7653
, Toyota Matrix XR
'05- Excellent cond,
low miles, great on
gas, Below NADA
listing, $16,000. 838-6562
or 458-6023
7 TOYOTA SCION tc
'06 Coupe. Black,
sunroof, like new.
$16,990. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


A AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600



KEY AUDI
4660-100 Southside Bvd. 565-4000



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



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
6914 Blanding Blvd 777-2500



GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, StAug (904)824-9181



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
PINEVIEW CHEVROLET
Macclenny 259-6117

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO

REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673



NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove S nn 264-4502


COGGIN HONDA ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy. 1 S. 1-800-456-1689
HONDA

OF THE AVENUES
11333 PhillipsHwy 370-1300
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Bldi Blvd 269-2277


HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd, 642-0200


CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd, 998-7111
wwwcityautomotive.com



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Ext 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454



COGGIN KIA
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078




LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO


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


MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd, 721-5000


NORTH FLORIDA LINCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000



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



TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
MAZDA CITY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600




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



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911




CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautomotive.com


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy 880-3000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621

PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1 Souti, StAug. 904-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400



COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
NIMNICHT PONTIAC- GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826



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



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





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



SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy 262-7145


SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071
SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200
SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave, 389-7700
CITY SUZUKI
10585Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www cityautomotivecom





ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762
COGGIN TOYOTA -AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100
LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave, 389-4561



VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
O'STEENVW
1140 Philips Hwy. 322-5100
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694






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

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

DRIVE TICKET
www.driveticket.com
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001

Lexus of Jacksonville

Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

Tom Bush BMW
9910 Atlantic Blvd, 371-4381
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

V.I.P. AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491






JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER

JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000

WORLD IMPORTS
www.worldimportsusa.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


t Toyota Scion '05
XB, blk, 31,650 mi,
MP3 player, 17"
custom wheels, low
profile tires, $13,000
545-7246 or 343-7747

TOYOTA SCION tc
'06 Coupe. Black,
sunroof, CD. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

SVOLKSWAGEN
PASSAT GLS '03
V6. $15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

VOLVO 960 1994
$700 lower than Kelly
Blue Book value.
A/C, AT, LEA, PW,
PS, PM, 120K miles,
memory seats,
sunroof, V6 engine,
cruise control,
driver/passenger
air bag, tilt wheel,
alloy wheels.
$2,300
904 338-5861

SVOLVO V70 '03
Wagon. Leather,
C D, sunroof, extra
low miles. $16,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


Trucks,Vans, SUVs '00-05
ALL
Military
and
Civilian

I$0 DOWN
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662-0726


2001 TOYOTA CELICA GT
AUTOMATIC, POWER ROOF, SPOILER
$8,988









2002 SENTRA S.E.R
6 SPEED, BLACK SPEC V. LOW MILES
$9,888








2002 DODGE RAM SLT 4X4
V-8, CREW CAB, LOADED
$15,488









2003 NISSAN FRONTIER SE
CREW-CAB, V6, ONLY 39K
$15,788








2002 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER
AUTO, POWER PACKAGE, X-CLEAN
$10,888


CHEVROLET
SILVERADO
STEPSIDE 2003
LT LOADED,
4WD, LEATHER,
ACTIVE ONSTAR,
EXT. CAB
LEATHER
FULL POWER
ACCESSORIES
$15,000 OBO
904 591-9318

(7 CHEVROLET
AVALANCHE Z71
4x4 '03. CD, sun-
roof. $22,900
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Chevy Blazer
'99-V6, 4dr, Ithr, 90k
mi, silver, $5k OBO.
Must Sell
(912)510-7215/
(912)467-3348
y CHEVY COLO-
RADO '05 Extra
cab. Only 6000
miles. $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY COLO-
RADO '05 Extra
cab. Only 6000
miles. $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Chevy Silverado '02
2500 HD, ext cab,
4wd, 4dr, V8, 8.1 L,
auto, am/fm/CD,
AC, Great Cond, $17,500
287-8903 or 599-5743
V CHEVY
TRAILBLAZER'02
Pewter, 4x4, fully
equipped. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SCHRYSLER PACI-
FICA '06 Ltd.
2 to choose from.
Fully equipped. $17,980
998-0012


2002 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS
V-6, AUTOMATIC, 77K MILES
$9,688









2002 SUZUKI KATANA 600
6 SPEED, LIKE NEW, ONLY3K MILES
$5,888








2005 PONTIAC GRAND-AM SE
V-6, AUTO, LOADED
$10,888









2002 NISSAN ALTIMA S
AUTO, LOADED, LEATHER
$9,988








2000 PONTIAC TRANS-AM
AUTO, LEATHER, AND TOPS
$10,888


Dodge 2500 Diesel '00 auto
loaded, like new, must
see $1 7,500. 904-268-3292
S Dodge Magnum
SXT '05-Upgraded,
V6, Black, Grey
Lthr, 6 CD, Like
New, Factory Warranty,
Must Sell! $17,500.
(843)-408-6897
4 Dodge Ram '91 4x4,
LE, 360, V8, 142kmi,
clean, runs great,
$7900. Call Neil at
(904)294-8188
SDodge Ram
'05-1500, Off Rd
Pkg, Loaded, Like
New, Many extras,
20k miles, TOP Call
Keith (912)673-6303
4 Ford Expedition
'02-Eddie Bauer,
Great Cond, 69k
miles, 6 disc CD,
tow pkg, Call 334-1328,
$15k OBO.
FORD F150 XLT '01,
$9000
904-262-5182
4 Ford F-150 '00
Supercab, custom
paint, wheels, pio-
neer + CD, stereo,
flowmaster exhaust sys-
tem, $8,900 (904)742-2763
4 Ford F-150 Lariat
'00 Supercab, 73k
miles, 4drs, 4.6 V8,
all pwr, leather,
cruise, tow pkg, Tint,
bedliner, bed cover,
remote entry, $11,000
993-3767

FORD F-350 '01 Dually
Super Cab XLT 7.3 die-
sel, auto, 26K mi garage
kept. priv. owner.
$21,500 Call 904-860- 000
Ford Pickup '95
Must see, New
STires, Stainless
wheels & guards,
exc cond, $3500 OBO.
792-9306, Westside
(T FORD SPORT
TRAC '05. Only
20,000 miles $17,680
998-0012


GMC Yukon SLT '01
trai$4k OBO.leringpkg z71, 4x4,
off road, heavy duty
trailering pkg,
loaded, immaculate
cond, 121k highway
miles, (912)729-4103
4 Jeep Wrangler
'93-4x4, 180k mi, CD
player, AC, has zip-
per & glass win-
dows, extra attach-
ments, $3000 OBO.
955-9724
LANDROVER Discovery
'03 All options, 82K mi,
black, tan Ithr, 1 owner,
garage kept. $17,500
OBO 219-1943
LAND ROVER
RANGE ROVER
'05. Silver/gray int
fully equipped. $54,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA
RUNNER LTD '03
Fully equipped, V8,
only 45,0000 miles $23,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Toyota Tundra
'00-Exc condition,
has all mainte-
nance rewards.
$12,500 OBO. Call
269-2258



P CHRYSLER
PACIFICA '05 Ltd
White/tan leather,
sunroof, CD. $15,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE GRAND
CARAVAN '06
Champagne/tan,
$16,495
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Dodge Grand Cara-
van 103 Green
w/grey interior,
security windows,
V6, CD, exc cond, 37k,
$15,000 227-2491


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FORD
WIN DSTAR 2000
SEL EXT Sport
Van loaded,
including power
slide doors.
Excellent Cond.
One owner
Great for travel
REDUCED!!
$6300 OBO
Motivated Seller
(904) 318-5478


A Mercury Villager
00- Sport minivan,
97k miles, 3rd seat,
runs and looks
awesome, $6400. OBO
(904)655-0486
4 Nissan Quest
'95-New Radiator,
miles overheating
problem, must sell, $500
OBO 386-8154
4 NISSAN QUEST '97
7 sweater, exc cond,
Sps/pb, pwr seats,
green, running cond.
159K. $4000 obo. 629-3305
4 Suzuki G2-250 '06
Warranty, many
accessories, 2810
miles, recent ser-
vice, exc cond, low
mileage, like new $2800
firm 729-1067



4 Saturn SC-2 '95-Pwr
windows, DL, AC,
AT, must see, great
S gas mileage, $2000
OBO (912)576-5007




A Car/SUV Top Car-
rier-20 cu ft. Sport,
20-SV, from Sears.
Paid $200, will sell
for $125 OBO. 294-9950/




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