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Spend The 4th At Mayport


No The Mirror

On July 5
Due to the Independence
Day holiday, The Mirror will
not publish a July 5 edition.
The Mirror will resume its
regular publication schedule
with the July 12 edition. All
stories and photos should be
submitted to mayportmirror@
comcast.net no later than July
5 for the July 12 edition. Fleet
Market ads must be turned in
to The Mirror office, Building
One, by 4 p.m. on July 6. For
more information, call editor
Paige Gnann at 270-7817 or
NS Mayport Public Affairs at
270-5226.



Movie Night

With Mayport
MWR Mayport is excited to
offer outdoor movies for the
entire family on Fridays dur-
ing the summer months.
Movies will be shown at
Sea Otter Pavilion starting
at approximately 8:45 p.m.,
or at sunset. Bring your lawn
chairs, blankets and bug
spray.
The movie schedule for
June is June 29 National
Treasure (Rated PG).
The movie schedule for
July is: July 6 Firehouse Dog
(Rated PG), July 13 The Last
Mimzy (Rated PG), July 20 -
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
(Rated PG) and July 30 Meet
the Robinsons (Rated PG).


From MWR
All hands are invited to cel-
ebrate freedom at Naval Station
Mayport on July 4 starting at
10 a.m.
The swimming pool is open
10 a.m.-8 p.m. with organized
games throughout the day. All
other activities start at 4 p.m.
at Sea Otter Pavilion located
between the Mayport Navy
Lodge and MWR's Beachside
Community Center.
This year's event features


kids' games, inflatables and
water slide from 4-8 p.m. and a
racecar static display provided
by Jackson Hewitt Tax Service.
Satisfy your appetite and
thirst with hot dogs, hamburg-
ers, chips, pizza and beverages
available for purchase at rea-
sonable prices.
DJ entertainment is scheduled
for 4-9:30 p.m. and a live band
will play starting at 5:30 p.m.
Wrap up the holiday celebra-
tion with a spectacular fire-


works show at 9:30 p.m. The
Main and Hanna Park gates will
be open for exiting the base fol-
lowing the fireworks.
MWR Mayport and Jackson
Hewitt Tax Service spon-
sor this year's Fourth of July
Spectacular. For event infor-
mation, call the MWR Special
Event Hotline at 270-6015.
Chief petty officers and their
guests are invited to celebrate
the holiday at Foc'sle CPO Club
on July 4. For CPO Club event


information, call 270-5431 or
5432.
The following MWR facili-
ties will be open on July 4:
Bogey's 6 a.m.-6 p.m. (limit-
ed menu after 3 p.m.) CPO Club
Open for CPOs at 2 p.m.; Gym,
10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Pelican Roost
RV Park, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Planet
Mayport, 10 a.m.-ll p.m.; Pool,
10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Windy Harbor
Golf Club, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
The following MWR facilities
will be closed on the holiday:


Auto Skills Center, Beachside
Community Center, Business
Office/MWR Personnel, Child
Development Programs, Fast
Lanes Bowling Center, ITT,
Ocean Breeze Conference
Center, Outdoor Adventures/
Scuba, Recycling, Ribault Bay
Community Center. Surfside
Fitness Center, Vehicle Storage
Compound, Veterinary Clinic,
Youth Activities Center.


First Command


Change For


USS Farragut


-Photo courtesy of MWR
MWR Mayport is gearing up for the 2007 FASE Challenge from 7-9:30 a.m. at Foc'sle Lounge on
July 16-19. The FASE Challenge is a timed competition to testa Sailor's Fitness, Athletics, Strength
and Endurance. The event is open to all commands and it is free to participate. Each team will
consist of four active duty members from one command. Participants can compete as individual
or as a team. There will be awards for first and second place in individual and team competitions
and each participant will receive a T-shirt. Commands can register at the base Gym before 4 p.m.
on July 13 or calling Rita Hammerstad at 270-5451/2.


NS Mayport Gets 'Friends' Visit


-Photo courtesy of USS Farragut
USS Farragut held its first change of command ceremony on June
13 on the ship. Outgoing Commanding Officer Cmdr. Deidre
McLay salutes incoming Commanding Officer Cmdr. Scott Dugan
as crew and guests look on.


-Photo by MC2 Lynn Friant
Naval Station Mayport received a visit from Fox News Channel's show "Fox & Friends" during their "Salute the Troops Tour." The show,
which aired live, was hosted by FOX & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade. During the show, Sailors from USS Mcinerney (FFG 8), USS
Halyburton (FFG 40) and HSL-60 were featured.


By MC2 (SW) Daniel Gay
Fleet Public. Center, Det
Southeast
Naval Station Mayport
received a visit from Fox News
Channel's FOX & Friends show
as the last stop on their "Salute
the Troops Tour" on June 19.
Boatswains Mate 1st Class
(SW) Clay Hardman, a crew-
member of Mcinerney, got to
take the show to commercial on
live TV
I11 as really exciting. I know
my family was watching, so it
was real cool to be on camera,"
said Hardman.
Kilmeade arrived on a tug


boat and started the show with
the Sailors roaring in the back-
ground.
"At first we didn't know what
to expect, we were just excited
to be part of the audience," said
Command Master Chief (SW/
AW) Brian Dovey, McInerney's
CMC. "It turned out better than
we thought, we got to be part of
the show which made it even
more exciting," said Dovey.
It's not easy getting a ship
ready to go on live TV but
McInerney's crew was by far up
to the task.
"Actually it wasn't that


hard, this ship has a great crew
that always keeps her in great
shape," said Lt.j.g. Lauren
Schneider, the ship's Public
Affairs Officer.
The show, which was the last
day of FOX & Friends "Salute
the Troops Tour," was well
received by all the Sailors.
"I think when TV shows like
this come out to see us, it's very
important because it does two
things, it lets the public get a
good look at us and what we
really do, and it's also great for
the crew's morale," said Dovey.
The show aired live from


Naval Station Mayport and the
Navy background made a last-
ing impression on the show's
executive producers in New
York, said Segment Producer,
Gavin Hadden, from the decks
of McInerney.
"The set up at Mayport was
so visually pleasing to the pro-
ducers that they kept requesting
more live hits from us," said
Hadden. "Mayport received
more live coverage than any
other show we produced during
our tribute to the military. What
a great experience," he added.


By Ensign Sandra Davis
USS Farragut PAO
Cmdr. Scott Dugan assumed
command from Cmdr. Deidre
McLay during a change of com-
mand ceremony on June 13.
As the first Commanding
Officer of USS Farragut, McLay
ensured the ship was ready for
commissioning in June 2006.
She led the ship and her crew
through all initial inspections
and certifications required to
make Farragut, as her motto
states, "Prepared for Battle."
Dugan will now resume the leg-
acy and prepare for and direct
the ship in its first upcoming
deployment.
Dugan is a native of Flushing,
N.Y. A 1988 graduate of the
University of Rochester,
he earned a Bachelor of Arts
Degree in Economics. He
received his officer commis-
sion through the Naval Reserve
Officers Training Corps
Program.
At sea, Dugan served his
division officer tour as Combat
Information Center officer and
Damage Control assistant in
USS Leahy (CG 16). He served
his department head tours
as Operations officer in USS
Rentz (FFG 46), Operations
officer in Destroyer Squadron
7 (CDS 7), and First Lieutenant
in USS Constellation (CV 64).
He served as executive officer
in USS Sides (FFG 14), deploy-
ing to the Western Pacific and
Indian Ocean in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom.
Ashore, Dugan served as a
cruise missile instructor dur-
ing the standup of the Afloat
Training Group Pacific. A


1995 graduate of the Naval
Postgraduate School, he earned
a Master of Science Degree in
Business Management. After
completing his executive offi-
cer tour, he attended the U.S.
Naval War College and earned
a Master of Arts Degree in
National Security and Strategic
Studies with distinction in 2004.
Additionally, he is a graduate of
the Joint Forces Staff College.
Dugan recently completed a
tour as Operational Concepts
Branch Chief on the Joint
Staff/J-8/Joint Theater Air and
Missile Defense Organization
(JTAMDO).
Dugan's decorations include
the Defense Meritorious Service
Medal, the Navy Commendation
Medal (5), the Joint Service
Achievement Medal, the Navy
Achievement Medal and vari-
ous unit and service awards.
McLay is from Boulder City,
Nev. She was commissioned
via the Naval Reserve Officer
Training Corps (NROTC) pro-
gram in 1986. McLay gradu-
ated from the University of
Colorado, Boulder in 1986
with a B.S. degree in Civil
Engineering. She was award-
ed a Master of Science in
Operations Research from the
Naval Postgraduate School at
Monterey, Calif., in 1992 and
a Masters Degree in National
Security Affairs from the Naval
War College, Newport, R.I., in
1999.
McLay's most recent oper-
ational assignment was as
Chief Staff officer, Destroyer
Squadron 31, where she
deployed as a part of the
See Farragut, Page 6


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2 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, June 28, 2007


Captain's Column


Congratulations to Mayport's
Pelican's Roost RV Park for
winning the Special Military
Active Retired Travel Club
(SMART) best RV Park in the
Navy award. It's a great reflec-
tion of the outstanding perfor-
mance from the team at the RV
Park, BZ to Bob and the MWR
Team.
Thanks to USS Mclnerney,
USS Halyburton, Harbor Ops,
HSL-60, HSL-46 and the Base's
PAO department for the out-
standing support hosting Fox
News Channel's FOX & Friends
show host Brian Kilmeade last
week. Naval Station Mayport
was featured in over 80 mil-
lion homes last week as the
best Naval Station in the Navy.
The SECNAV and CNO were
watching and they said you all
did the Navy proud. BZ Folks!
Time is running out to sched-
ule your birth month Physical
Health Assessments for June.
Those of you with a June birth-
day are required to schedule a
PHA by the end of the month.
Beginning in August,


Capt. Charles King
Individual Augmentee Billets
will be included during the PCS
orders negotiation process. This
is an effort to increase stability
and deliver more notification
before a GWOT tour. In addi-
tion, more and better incentives
are being added to increase the
Sailor initiative in taking IA
billets. Sailors who choose to
serve in an IA billet over 270
days will get the same bene-
fits as forward-deployed naval


forces tours and can get coast
selection preference and priority
choice of follow-on orders.
In addition, depending on
the length of the billet, two
award points towards advance-
ment will be authorized and the
awards process streamlined for
better recognition of Sailors'
service in IA billets. So before
you make a decision concerning
your orders, consider taking an
IA billet. The benefits are sub-
stantial and it provides a great
service to your country.
Our nation's birthday is com-
ing is coming up next week,
and Mayport is celebrating in
style. All hands are invited to
the Mayport Fourth of July
Spectacular on Wednesday.
Swimming pool events start at
10 a.m. with organized games
throughout the day. All other
activities begin at 4 p.m. at the
Sea Otter Pavilion. Food and
drinks will be available for rea-
sonable prices and a DJ and live
band will entertain. The fire-
works show starts at 9:30 p.m.
Come and join the celebration


of our great nation's freedom!
Despite the heavy rains the
past couple weeks, Florida is
under a heavy restriction of
water usage. The restrictions
apply on and off base. Watering
your lawn only two days a week
isn't the only restriction. For
more information about con-
serving Florida's water, visit
www.sjrwmd.com.
It's come to my attention that
people are disposing of hazard-
ous waste in Mayport dump-
sters. I want everyone to know
this is absolutely unacceptable
and illegal. Hazardous waste
must be disposed of in the
proper containers with proper
precautions taken. It is not dif-
ficult to ask someone if you
are unsure how to dispose of
something that may be hazard-
ous waste. In any case, dispos-
ing of hazardous waste must be
done properly for the health of
everyone on this base, as well
as the local environment. The
fines we receive from the EPA
will be paid and it takes away
money we would rather spend


on fixing roads, plumbing, etc.
Please do not spend the tax-
payer's funds on cleaning up a
"mess" because you were not
aware of the consequences of
your actions.
Also, illegal parking is get-
ting out of hand. Those of you
who park on the grass or other
undesignated parking areas
beware; security will be crack-
ing down by issuing parking
tickets. Accumulate too many
tickets and you will be suspend-
ed from driving on base. Park
in designated areas and walk. I
have been here for more than 20
years and I know the pain the
parking can cause. Here are the
two big issues with parking in
undesignated places:
1. Parking spots are designed
to provide a safe distance for
other cars and especially emer-
gency vehicles access to the
base. Block those accesses and
your shipmates might be further
injured or vehicles will be dam-
aged. We will not pay for vehi-
cle damage to a car that is not
properly parked. 2. We spend


a fortune on keep the grass cut
on the base, and illegally parked
vehicles on the grass prohibit
the contractor from mowing
those areas. The grass gets too
tall and now becomes a fire
hazard under your vehicle not
to mention the hazardous flu-
ids that are dripping out of your
vehicles into the soil. Come on
folks, I really have better things
to do with my time; security has
better things to do with their
time than to worry about cars
parking on the grass. We are
making a great deal of effort to
increase the parking near the
piers. We tore down a Building
38 last week and buildings one
and two are coming down this
summer. The parking lot that
used to be for DESRON 14 is
now open parking. I have little
sympathy for parking.
Thank you to everyone who
works hard and shares respon-
sibility in the upkeep and main-
tenance of this base. Mayport
would not be the great place it
is without you.


A Real Opportu
Editor Note: This is the last
part of a three-part internal
information campaign to inform
the Region of Lean Six Sigma.
Rear Adm. Mark S. Boensel
shares his personal ;h h,
and opinions on how we as a
Region can work ;.,. r. to
enable Lean Six Sigma.
What can EVERY CNRSE
employee do to ensure the suc-
cess of LSS?
Rear Adm. Boensel:
"Lean Six Sigma is a real
opportunity to make a real dif-
ference all across Navy Region Adm. Mark Boensel
Southeast. Make the effort to "Most of all, it is important to
understand LSS conceptually. remain open to new ideas and


nity To

go thru the process in good
faith. My message: keep an
open mind and embrace it.
"LSS gives everyone in the
organization the opportunity to
contribute in a really big way.
We need that! We all have
thought, 'I wish I had the oppor-
tunity to tell someone, "I know
a better way to do it!" Here is
just that opportunity!
"Leadership is looking for those
ideas -YOUR ideas! And so
feel free to give them to us.
We will put them through the
rigors of the process -and I'm
sure we'll find a lot of them are
EXACTLY on target. But even


Make A Real Difference


if we find that they aren't, that's
ok too, because we had the
opportunity to explore that ave-
nue and determine its value."
What gets you the most excited
about LSS?
Rear Adm. Boensel:
"I think the most exciting thing
operates on a couple of different
levels.
"First, for mission accomplish-
ment on the organizational
level, it is tremendously excit-
ing to have the opportunity to
make quantum leaps in how we
do business.
"Secondly, it is an opportu-
nity for each individual to get


involved in making an institu-
tional level of change. From
the individual perspective, it's
an open invitation to REALLY
get involved in the way we do
business and make changes in
the way we do business.
"In both cases if I had to sum
up LSS in one word it would
be 'opportunity.' There's a tre-
mendous opportunity to make
significant org change through
individual contribution."
In summation...
"Keep an open mind. In addi-
tion to keeping an open mind,
go beyond embracing LSS to
lean forward and push the pro-


cess along. Be AGGRESSIVE
about implementing LSS.
Become a part of it. Defeat the
temptation to just sit back and
just watch -you could miss a
really enjoyable experience,
because we're looking for peo-
ple to step out. Take some risk
--be forward thinking --be for-
ward leaning. In my mind there
are no penalty points for being
forward leaning -if we don't
get it \ right the first time, OK,
we'll tweak it and we'll press
on."
"And we'll keep pressing on till
we get it!"


By Beth Wiruth crown. George Washington took
Military Spouse Support Contributor command of the Continental
Next week we celebrate Army and began fighting the
Independence Day. I must British in Massachusetts. For
admit as a child this holiday the next eight years colo-
was the day of parades, picnics nists fought fervently in our
and fireworks. Little time was Revolutionary War.
spent reflecting on the history, While the military battle
the courage and the cost of our was fought on the ground, the
great nation's independence, war of words was continuing
However, now as an adult, and in communities throughout
a military wife, my perspective the colonies and especially in
is a different. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
We are all familiar with the In July 1774 the Second
1773 Boston Tea Party, sparked Continental Congress, John
by growing unrest among the Hancock presiding, debated the
colonists, that started the revolt final wording of their list of
against the rule of England's grievances. That document, our
King George III. The First Declaration of Independence,
Continental Congress met in was an act of treason against the
1774 where delegates drafted crown and the fifty-six signers
a list of grievances against the were in danger of execution by


Spouse Reading Li

By Beth Wiruth families provides great insight
Military Spouse Support Contributor into the deployment, readiness,
I love the sun! In my young- benefits, resources and more.
er (more foolish days) I had It is a treasure trove of insight.
a bumper sticker which read, Active duty families will find it
"She who dies with the best worthwhile as well.
tan Wins!" Ok, so not exactly a In the 'self-help' category
healthy statement but the point check out Help! I'm a Military
is I love being in the sun. Each Spouse...I Get A Life Too!, co-
summer I caught up on reading authored by Kathie Hightower
at the pool or beach. So, now I and Holly Scherer is a must-
pack the beach bag with SPF45 read. Their sub-title says it all,
and this year's books. And, if "How to Craft a Life for You as
you are looking for some great You Move With The Military.
reading material for your tan- As military spouses we can feel
ning hours here are a few I rec- our career or pursuits take a
ommend for military spouses. back seat to the DoD's demands
Military Life: Let me rec- on our service member. This
ommend several books in this book offers insight and prac-
category. The first is one is my tical, proven ideas to build
favorite; The Homefront Club, the best life ever as a military
The Hardheaded Woman's spouse.
Guide to Raising A Military Marriage: The two best books
Family by Jacey Eckhart is a I ever read on marriage are Men
great read. Married twen- Are Like Waffles Women Are
ty years to her Sailor, Jacey Like Spagetti and The Marriage
combines her honest insight Book: How to Build a Lasting
in heartfelt honesty. You will Relationship. Okay, before you
laugh and, at times, cry at her think the first one is a variation
wisdom. Second on my list is on that Mars and Venus book
Heroes at Home, Help & Hope let me assure you it is not. Men
for America's Military Families Are Like Waffles Women are
by Ellie Kay. Using both humor Like Spaghetti by Bill and Pam
and inspiration Ellie offers Farrel penned an insightful,
insight, encouragement and applicable, fun and humorous
information for military spouse. book packed with ideas to help
Other books in this genre are, us bridge the gap between the
Navy Spouse's Guide by Laura genders and add intimacy and
Hall Stavridis; Today's Military understanding to every mar-
Wife, Meeting the Challenges riage.
of Service Life by Lydia The Marriage Book by Nicky
Sloan Cline and Surviving and Sila Lee is not just a book,
Deployement: A Guide for but a workbook to prepare, build
Military Families by Karen and mend marriages. Full of
Pavilicin. For National Guard practical advice with 'real life'
and Reserve families may I rec- application it is an easy read
ommend When Duty Calls by that can transform a bad mar-
Carol Vandesteeg. This guide- riage to a good one and a good
Pook, specifically for Guard marriage to an excellent. The
and Reserve personnel and their authors have included insight


H omefront in Focus
their actions. But now freedom is pers
The final draft of the and so is Independence I
Declaration of Independence My husband, Scott was bor
was signed July 4, 1776. The July 4th. This year is the
following year the city of time in our marriage that we
Philadelphia marked the anni- celebrating his birthday tog
versary with bells ringing, ships er. All previous birthday
firing their guns, and firecrack- Independence Day) celebrate
ers were lighted. The War of Scott was deployed, on dut
Independence, our war for on TAD orders. By the way
Independence continued till just celebrated our anniver
1783, just under nine years. on June 14 and this was the
The freedom fought, and won, anniversary we spent toge
231 years ago continues to be as well- for the same reason
protected and defended today. I don't know if our foun
To be honest, prior to marrying fathers knew that their thin
my service member I blissfully colonies and this experin
enjoyed my freedom without tal government would one
regard for the continued cost of grow into a superpower. Per
freedom. I went to the mall, the John Adams suspected the d
parade, the picnic and oo'd and ny of our nation when he w
ah'd at the fireworks. "I am well aware of the toil


st Great Way To S


and advice for military fami-
lies written by military couples.
Both books are worth the read!
In the fiction category Army
wife Kristen Tsetsi just released
Homefront, A Novel. This
fictional account of an Army
wife's experience through the
challenges of deployment will


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.


keep you reading to the last
page.
Finally I want to recom-
mend two books by author and
columnist Kristin Henderson.
Kristin's first book, Driving by
Moonlight is the memoir of her
journey through love, war, and
infertility in the wake of 9/11...


onal blood and treasure it will cost
Day. us to maintain this declaration,
n on and support and defend these
first states. Yet through all the gloom
e are I see the rays of ravishing light
geth- and glory. I can see that the end
(and is worth all the means. This is
ions our day of deliverance."
y or The Bible says, "To whom
, we much is given, much is
*sary required." John Adams wrote,
first "I always consider the settle-
ether ment of America with reverence
ns. and wonder, as the opening of a
ding grand scene and design in prov-
rteen idence, for the illumination of
aen- the ignorant and the emancipa-
day tion of the slavish part of man-
haps kind all over the earth." So we
esti- continue as a nation to defend
rote, the freedom and independence
and won on these shores as well as


pend Time


and yes, they are all connect-
ed. While They're at War is the
true story of American families
on the homefront. Kristin, wife
of a Navy chaplain who has
deployed to both Afghanistan
and Iraq with Marine units,
chronicles the experiences and
challenges of military families


in support of those on foreign
shores.
Freedom is anything but free.
While the nation enjoys this
Independence Day with its won-
derful celebrations our beloved
service members will continue
to guard this precious gift. Take
pride this Independence Day
for your part in supporting your
service member and contribu-
tion to our freedom. May you
celebrate this day with rever-
ence, joy and pride.
Questions or comments for
Beth? Contact her at beth.
wiruth@homefrontinfocus.com.


At Beach

of those deployed. You must
read this book!
Well, this list should keep you
busy while inspiring you. Enjoy
the beach, et me know what you
think and, don't forget the SPF
protection.


NS MAYPORT.F LORIDA

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Naval Station Mayport
Capt. C harles King .................................................................. Com m and ing O officer
C apt. A aron Bow m an .............................................................................................. 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 officer
M C 1 Sonja Cham bers ............................................................................ Deputy Public Affairs O officer
M C3 Bonnie W illiam s.............. .................................................... Assistant Public Affairs Officer
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Calendar


On Base
Thursday, June 28
The USS Philippine Sea fam-
ily readiness group will hold its
monthly potluck meeting at 6:30
p.m. at the USO on Mayport
Road. Free babysitting will be
provided.
Wednesday, July 11
The USS DeWert family read-
iness group monthly meeting
will be at 7 p.m. at the Mayport
USO. Childcare is available
during meeting.
Thursday, July 12
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.
Monday, July 16
The USS Taylor family readi-
ness group will hold a Moe's
fundraiser night from 5-8
p.m. at the Moe's on Atlantic
Boulevard in front of Lowe's.
Remember to say you are with
the USS Taylor group at the
register or we won't get credit.
If you'd like to volunteer a shift
please contact Dawn at fsg.tay-
lor@gmail.com.
Thursday, July 26
The USS Philippine Sea fam-
ily readiness group will hold its
monthly potluck meeting at 6:30
p.m. at the USO on Mayport
Road. Free babysitting will be
provided.

Out in Town
Friday, June 29
The Ladies Auxillary Fleet
Reserve Association Branch
290 will sponsor a shrimp din-
ner from 5-8 o,n, at the branch
home, 390 Mayport Road.
An $8 donation per dinner is
requested and take out is wel-
come. The public is invited.
Saturday, June 30
The Jacksonville Public
Library is offering free pro-
grams at the Main Library
branch. Art-Rageous will be
held at 4 p.m. for kids 6-12


years old. Kids are invited to
explore t heir creative talents.
For more information, go to
www.jaxpubliclibrary.org.
The Jacksonville Public
Library is offering free pro-
grams at the Main Library
branch. Hot Issues for Teens
will be held at 4 p.m. for kids
6-12 years old. There will be
discussion groups sharing ideas,
websites and booklists. For
more information, go to www.
jaxpubliclibrary.org.
The Jacksonville Public
Library is offering free pro-
grams at the Pablo Creek
Regional Branch Library, 13295
Beach Blvd. Cinema featuring
Harry Potter at 3 p.m. Enjoy
the first three films of the Harry
Potter series. All ages welcome.
For more information, go to
www.jaxpubliclibrary.org.
Terry Parker High School,
Class of 1977, 30 year reunion
will be held at FOP Lodge, 171
Sawgrass Road, Marsh Landing
Park, Jacksonville Beach.
Check-in begins at 6 p.m. -
Bar-B-Q Buffet begins at 7 p.m.
- live band and DJ for entertain-
ment. Cost is $30 per person.
Deadline May 30 to mail checks
(payable to "Terry Parker Class
of '77") to: Anita Kelly; 195
South Roscoe Blvd.; Ponte
Vedra Beach, Fla. 32082 For
details contact Anita DuPont
Kelly at (904) 273-2933 or
Cindy Poland Pittman at (904)
821-0887or email pittmanjc@
comcast.net.
The Fleet Reserve Association
and Ladies Auxillary will hold a
fundraiser starting at 1 p.m. at
the branch home, 390 Mayport
Road. Dinner will be served
between 2-6 p.m. with a $6
donation. There will be a live
band, door prizes and silent auc-
tion. For more information, call
246-6855.
Sunday, July 1
The Talbot Islands State
Parks will hold a presentation
of Florida Sea Turtle at Little
Talbot pavilion 6 at 1 p.m. No


reservations are necessary and
the program is free. Non-camp-
ers will pay a $4 per vehicle
entrance fee.
Wednesday, July 3
NE Florida/SE Georgia
Songwriters Group meets the
second Wednesday of each
month at 6:30 p.m. sharp
at the Florida House Inn -
Conference Room, 22 S. 3rd
Street, Fernandina Beach.
Songwriters of all genres are
welcome to this future chapter
of NSAI (Nashville Songwriters
Association International) This
is your opportunity to grow in
the art and craft of songwriting,
and to learn about the business
side too. Song critiques are
done in every meeting, so bring
a song and lyric sheets if you'd
like an evaluation. Beginning
songwriters, or those just curi-
ous about songwriting are very
welcome. Contact Chris Platel
at cplatel@bellsouth.net for
more information.
Saturday, July 7
Palm Valley Ranch, along
with the Cowboy Church, will
host its second annual Old West
Show and Cookout at the Palm
Valley Ranch, 7120 Old State
Road 207 in Elkton. The event
includes a cookout open to the
public and a family friendly Old
West Show. Admission is free.
Hot dogs and burgers will be
served from 5:30-6:30 p.m. The
show will start at 7 p.m. sharp.
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Auxiliary 14-04 as a public
service is offering an Americas
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Captains Club. The Captains
Club is at 13363 Beach Blvd.
located between Hodges
and Kernan Blvd. The pro-
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eligible for the extra pay.
The Navy originally intro-
duced SDIP in March, which
pays up to $750 per month
extra, to give Sailors an incen-
tive to extend their sea duty or
shorten their shore tours and
return to sea early.
"SDIP is a pilot program
that incentives extensions and
early return to sea, targeting
certain grades and rates. We
have received good results thus
far," said Capt. Jim Romano,
director of Enlisted Distribution
Division, Navy Personnel
Command. "In the process to
improve this incentive, an
SDIP NAVADMIN update will
include additional rates and
grades. Bottom line, we see it as
a great tool."
The program originally
included only six rates, among


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Navy Enlisted Classifications
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Ross (DDG 71). "When I saw
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was at sea, I thought it would be
a good chance for me to do my
part for the Navy and help ease
the burden for my fellow ship-
mates who were in need."
As the first SDIP recipient,
Chambers' shipmates bring their
SDIP questions to him.
"Most of them are amazed.
It's like getting another enlist-
ment bonus for a very short
amount of time," he said. "Jump
on it. It's a great incentive pro-
gram."
For more information on
SDIP, visit www.npc.navy.mil
and read NAVADMIN 162/07.


-Photo by MC2 Leah Stiles


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Officer, Cmdr. John
Kropcho, receives a plaque
celebrating their visit to
the city of Jacksonville.
from members of the U.S.
Submarine Veterans, Inc.
Holland Club just after
the submarine moored
pier side at Naval Station
Mayport. Home-ported in
Norfolk, Va., this subma-
rine's namesake invokes a
special connection to the
people of Jacksonville. USS
Jacksonville is on routine
port calls. USS Jacksonville
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HSL-60 Jaguars Underway For BALTOPS 2007


By Lt. Cmdr.
Dom Pastorin and
Lt. Aaron Arpi
HSL-60
HSL-60 Jaguars recently
embarked on board USS De
Wert (FFG-45) to participate in
BALTOPS 2007.
Baltic Operations (BALTOPS)
is a Commander, U.S.
European Command-directed,
COMUSNAVEUR-sponsored,
and COMSIXTHFLT-executed
exercise conducted in the spirit
of partnership for peace to pro-
mote mutual understanding and
interoperability among forces
and personnel of participating
nations.
The Jaguars have participat-
ed in a myriad of flight events
aimed at maximizing com-
bat readiness since leaving
in May. Led by detachment
OIC Lt. Cmdr. Mike "Swede"
Hanson, the Jaguars flew more
than 30 hours in a span of two
weeks. They performed initial
and recurrency RAST Landing
Qualifications (RLQ); hunted
the "Wiley" Mk-39 EMATT
for ASW training prior to
BALTOPS 2007; and launched
two Mk-46 REXTORP's for
USS De Wert and USS Doyle
(FFG-39).
The operational highlight of
the two-week TRANSLANT
was the medical evacuation
of an injured shipmate. The
Jaguar/De Wert team came
together and put a flight plan
with all the necessary country
clearances together in a short
time span. Led by the aircraft
commander, Lt. Cmdr. Jason
"Banjo" McCoy, the crew of
Jaguar 602 rushed the petty offi-
cer off De Wert into the Azores,
where an ambulance was wait-
ing.
Another milestone of this
underway period was the
frocking of Jaguar detach-
ment personnel. Aviation
Warfare Systems Operator 2nd
Class William "BJ" O'Connor,
Aviation Electronics Technician
3rd Class Austin J. "Triple
A" Triboulet, and Aviation
Electronics Technician 3rd Class
Brandon J. "Monty" Montavon
were frocked after the release
of the results of the March 2007
Advancement Exam.


-Photo courtesy of HSL-60


HSL-60 Jaguars Detachment One "Dirty Birds" are currently underway on board USS DeWert (FFG-45) to participate in BALTOPS 2007.
After two weeks under- same time, De Wert steamed helicopter's radar and the air- cations, including Aviation
way, the Jaguar/De Wert team North to rejoin BALTOPS. crew continued to track the sub- Machinist's Mate 2nd Class
enjoyed a few days of rest and Only 18 hours after receiv- marine for almost two-hours. Carlos Franco and Aviation
relaxation in Aarhus, Denmark. ing the order to detach from When not involved in tactical Electronics Technician 3rd
The Jaguar/De Wert team the Presidential security opera- operations, Jaguar 602 was the Class Brandon Montavon, who
enjoyed the Danish hospital- tion, Jaguar 602 and De Wert most reliable passenger transfer both achieved qualification as
ity for three days before setting participated in the ship's first platform throughout BALTOPS, a Landing Signalman Enlisted,
sail to participate in BALTOPS BALTOPS combined opera- providing flights on several and Aviation Maintenance
2007. tion, a simulated Maritime occasions for flag officers Administrationman 2nd
Upon departing Denmark, Interdiction Operation onboard and members of the European Class Eric Myers, Aviation
however, the De Wert team the USNS Patuxent (T-AO 201). media. Machinist's Mate 1st Class
was temporarily assigned That same afternoon, Jaguar During the limited time that Bruce Grimes, and Aviation
to participate in the security 602 participated in an exercise wasn't spent flying, the Air Structural Mechnanic 2nd Class
effort surrounding President that included vertical replen- Detachment's senior pilots Cheyenne Couret, who all qual-
Bush's attendance at the G8 ishment and practice landings worked hard to provide training
Summit in Germany. As part on board British, Dutch and for the three junior pilots, Lt.
of this role, the ship suspend- Russian ships. Aaron "Linus" Arpi, Lt. Chris

remained on station near the BALTOPS, each Jaguar pilot "IKE" Pinney, each of whom
German Coast for three days. flew in multiple anti-submarine are pursuing qualification as a & Drain C
After De Wert detached from warfare exercises and gained Helicopter Aircraft Commander.
the presidential assignment, the valuable exposure to diverse Several of the Air NO Job Tf
Jaguar Air Department dem- operations that involved the Department's maintenance per-
onstrated flexibility by flying coordination of foreign naval sonnel found time to study for
to Copenhagen International ships, submarines and aircraft, the Enlisted Surface Warfare
Airport on short notice to trans- During one early-morn- Specialist (ESWS) pin.
port critical maintenance equip- ing flight, O'Connor detected Others worked to gain a Keep a Retired Navy GL
ment for USS Mahan. At the a snorkeling submarine on the variety of flight deck qualifi-


ified as Flight Deck Directors.
When BALTOPS concluded
on June 13, the Jaguars had
flown more than 40 sorties and
accumulated 73.8 flight-hours
with a 100 percent sortie com-
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USNS Comfort, CDS 24 Arrive In Belize


By MC2
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USNS Comfort Public.
The Military Sealift
Command hospital ship USNS
Comfort (T-AH 20) arrived
in Belize on June 20, its first
scheduled stop as part of the
Partnership for the Americas
mission to conduct training and
humanitarian assistance opera-
tions.
Comfort's joint forces crew
- which includes personnel from
Military Sealift Command,
U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force,
U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Army,
Canadian Forces and Project
Hope will work at various
sites in Belize and provide med-
ical treatment to Belizean citi-
zens, as well as repair medical
equipment and restore existing
medical facilities. U.S. Navy
Seabee Construction Battalion
Maintenance Unit 202, based in
Norfolk, will also perform con-
struction work on two schools
while in Belize.
"We're looking forward to
serving the people of Belize. It's
such a beautiful country, and
we really want to show the citi-
zens that we care our about our
Southern neighbors," said Capt.
Bob Kapcio, Comfort mission
commander and Mayport-based
COMDESRON 24. "We're
going to do what we can to help
those who need our medical
care and skill sets."
Civilian and military medi-
cal personnel will work from
onshore sites provided by the
government of Belize to pro-
vide medical care such as adult
medicine, pediatrics, optome-
try, dermatology, preventative
medicine and dental care to
Belizeans.
"Not only are we able to pro-

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Requirements Officer on the
Director of Surface Warfare
(OPNAV N76) staff from 2003-
2004, and as a Department
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Surface Warfare Officers
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USNS Comfort (T-AH-20)
left Norfolk on June 15 enroute
to Central America, South
America and the Caribbean and
USS Peleliu (LHA 5) currently
steams toward the Philippines.
The ships are proving critical
to fighting the global war on
terrorism. Fighting it, that is,
with a helping hand.
In his third podcast to the
fleet now accessible at www.
navy.mil Chief of Naval
Operations Adm. Mike Mullen
made it clear that humanitar-
ian missions such as these help
foster and sustain relationships,
while building the sort of trust
that can help prevent the spread
of terrorism.
"I believe if you have these
kinds of relationships they
would go a long way to ensur-
ing that we don't get into a war
or get into a fight with people
that we're engaged with like
this," Mullen said.
According to Mullen, the
Navy learned valuable lessons
after it contributed to disaster
relief efforts in Indonesia after
a tsunami devastated the region
in December 2004. He worked
closely with then-Commander
U.S. Pacific Fleet Adm. Gary
Roughead to send the hospital
ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19)
back to Indonesia last summer.
Mercy completed a five-
month humanitarian and civic
assistance deployment in August
2006, treating nearly 200,000
patients in the Philippines,
Bangladesh, Indonesia and East


Timor.
The current deployments of
Peleliu and Comfort both four
months in length are aimed at
conducting humanitarian assis-
tance, training and community
relations activities.
Comfort is expected to visit
12 nations where its embarked
500 medical professionals will
provide treatment to an estimat-
ed 85,000 patients from com-
munities with limited health
care access. Peleliu's deploy-
ment -- which began in May
- falls under the auspices of
Pacific Partnership 2007 and
will include stops in Vietnam,
the Philippines, Papua New
Guinea, the Solomon Islands
and the Marshall Islands.
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agencies.
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about which I am very excit-
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world, they're making such a
difference in people's lives, and
I think that's, in the long run,
how we'll impact the global war
on terror[ism]."
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He said he didn't think America
was familiar enough with why
it needed a Navy.
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to do is reshape and reorganize
our priorities. So we've taken
a lot of time to 'red cell,' [or]
look at it from a different per-
spective, on what we should
be doing and how we should
be doing it and also what we
should not be doing," Mullen
said.
What does that mean for the
Sailor aboard Comfort, Peleliu
or fulfilling an individual aug-
mentee billet?
"They should know that
they're a key part of our mari-
time strategy," Mullen said.
"They're building relationships.
They're making a difference in
people's lives. They're doing
what navies can do because we
are out and about and around
the world. And it's the strength
of the fabric of those relation-
ships which, I think, will be
remembered for many, many
years by the young children
that they are engaged with who
grow up."
More than 2,000 Sailors have
downloaded CNO's first two
podcasts, helping him continue
his ongoing conversation with
Sailors, their families and the
American public.


Be Ready For Weather


Before It

By Emily Luce caul
LIFELines.navy.mil prep
LIFELines.usmc.mzl
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how to prepare for weather bers
emergencies before they occur. genc
If you are looking for infor- spec
mation about what to do dur- part
ing or after an emergency has hur
occurred, your best bet on the Esto
net is the American Red Cross. place
Go there, and don't forget, cont
we're all behind you. time
If you are reading this to get inst
your family and your home beco
storm safe, with lots of time to K
plan and prepare, you're in the track
right place, track
Let's reminisce: It was In
1986, and my family was liv- cy p
ing in military housing. Rain Tc
was coming down so hard that dre
we couldn't see out the win- gen
dows. Obviously, we couldn't help
play outside, so all of the kids as w
from the neighborhood were K
at our house watching videos, kit
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or radio news alerts or warn- radio
ing sirens, nobody in the house first
was aware that a tornado had
touched down just a half-mile ope
away. Luckily for us, a franticbott
mother ran across the courtyard and
through wind and pouring rain doc
to let us know that we all should
recc
probably take cover. o
Had we done everything of i
right, this would be the part ofBec
of the story where we grabbed fec
the family emergency kit, ran for
to the nearest basement and undc
start drinking bottled water. et o
Unfortunately, that is not the the
way it happened in real life. an e
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dow to see if we could see the aris
tornado. My mother herded us lor
to the hallway with numerous fami
doorframes and support beams, you
and told us to sit there together wea
and be quiet. She gave us some shoi
blankets. Fortunately, the torna- eme
do passed without any damage I
to our neighborhood. eme
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of that afternoon could have awa
turned out differently. This proc
article will cover the basics of ular
storm preparedness. drive
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is presence of mind during an sibl
emergency doing what you K
must to stay calm and take logi- hon
cal action. One recommended wha
approach is two-fold. First, cre- in t
ate the mental exercise of going obje
through a disaster and anticipat- and
ing any potential problems and limb
their solutions. Second, rein- the
force the mental practice with in gi
physical preparations that you K
can keep on hand and ready for ply
any emergency. With these pre- at it


Happens

tions taken, you will be as is and how to use it. Know how
pared as possible. to turn your water off and on.
In General If you have gas lines into your
[ake sure all family mem- house, know where those are,
know what to do in emer- too, and how to tell if there a
cies. Go over procedures for leak (smell of gas or a hissing
cific emergencies that are l ( o g o
cific emergencies that are sound) and what to do (open
icular to your area, such as sound) nd d what to do (open
ricanes, earthquakes, etc. window immediately). If you
ablish a family meeting don't think you'll remember,
e and an out-of-town phone write it all down, fold it up, and
tact just in case. Have a day- stick it in a waterproof sand-
e plan and meeting place for which baggie in your emergency
ances when families may kit, along with the phone num-
ome separated. ber of your power company.
now your neighbors. Keep You should also be prepared
k of them. Let them keep for secondary disasters that
k of you. could occur after the storm,
clude pets in your emergen- such as foundation instability

each and reinforce to chil- due to home damage, chance of
n the importance of emer- fire, flood, etc.
cy preparedness. This will Loss of Power
you remember what to do, If you know a storm is com-
yell. ing and there is a chance you'll
eep a general emergency lose power for a while, there
stocked with flashlights, are several things you can do
a batteries, battery-powered to prepare. Think energy con-
o, candles and/or lantern, servation: Don't open the
aid kit, kife, blankets, can refrigerator, keep outside doors
ner, a three-day supply of ,
ner, a three-day supply of closed if it's excessively cold
led water and canned food,
lications, suitable clothes or hot. Block heating vents and
sturdy shoes, and important make sure your home is well
uments, including medical insulated. Have a plan: keep a
)rds, insurance, and proof no-cook meal on hand, know
identity. Don't forget a list how to manually override your
important phone numbers, garage door, and think about
cause your emergency kit is activities you can do without
emergencies, don't bury it lights, television, or a computer.
er a bunch of stuff in a clos- Don't forget about preplanning
r put it in a dark comer of for temperature or power-reliant
attic or basement. Keep it in issues for kids and elderly, as
easily accessible area where
can grab it should tareahe need well as for pets, fish, birds, etc.
can grab it should the need Financial
e. Obviously, you should tai- Financial
your emergency kit for your In the case of damage to your
ily's needs. For instance, if home, inventory and insurance
live in an area where winter coverage are the resounding
their exists, your automobile "dos" for storm preparedness.
uld be outfitted for winter Take inventory of your mate-
rgencies as well. rial belongings and record them
you live in an area where using videotape, photographs, or
rgency evacuations are pos- written records. If there is dam-
e, make sure that you are age to your home or belongings,
re of the local evacuation take an after-the-fact inventory
cedures. Know your partic-
evacuation route and test to document the damage. Secure
e it. Make arrangements in your valuables while you're at it.
ance to stay with a relative Make sure you have ade-
friend, or if that's not fea- quate insurance coverage. Most
e, identify a suitable hotel, homes, for instance, do not have
eep the outside of your flood insurance. Check your
ie "storm safe." Notice insurance policy. If it does not
it's around your house cover disasters that are typical
erms of wiring and large for the area in which you live,
:cts such as telephone poles you may want to consider the
trees. Keep dead trees and you a a
bs cut back and away from additional coverage.
house. Make sure wiring is For further, storm-specific
ood order. information, visit the tried-and-
now where your power sup- true Red Cross web site.
originates, and while you're Additional information can be
, where your circuit breaker found at the FEMA website.






8 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, June 28, 2007



Play It Again, Doyle



USS Doyle Supports 6th Fleet Mission


By Ensign
Jonathan Hughes
USS Doyle
USS Doyle (FFG 39) visited
Casablanca, Morocco as part
of Surface Strike Group 07-2
deployment in support if U.S.
Sixth Fleet operation in Western
Africa on June 2.
Doyle was the first ship to
pull into Casablanca, Morocco
in more than four years and for
most Sailors on board Doyle
this was their first opportunity
to experience Islamic and North
African culture.
Morocco has a total area
of 2,019.9 square kilometers
making it slightly larger than
California. It is located between
the North Atlantic Ocean and
Mediterranean, more specifical-
ly between Algeria and Western
Sahara.
The land varies from rich
coastal plains to dry mountain-
ous interiors; areas that have
been affected as Morocco devel-
ops economically.
Some of their current envi-
ronmental issues range from
land degradation and soil ero-
sion caused by over farming
and overgrazing. Moroccans
are also struggling to deal with
contaminated water supplies
and coastal water oil pollution.
The United States and
Morocco have maintained
diplomatic relations since
1787 when the two countries
signed the Treaty of Peace and
Friendship. This is the longest
agreement of any in American
history. The United States has
offered Morocco more than $1
billion in military and economic
assistance.
Currently, the U.S. works to
achieve the three goals of stabil-
ity, prosperity, and democracy.
The Navy's current goal is to
improving Maritime Security
and Safety in West and Central
Africa, enhancing the stability
and prosperity in Africa while
protecting America.
The long-term commitment to
improve maritime security and
safety in Western African is part
of a global interagency effort to
enhance worldwide stability.
The regional engagements
that Doyle is participating,
along with improvements in
maritime security and safety,
create an inhospitable environ-
ment for maritime criminals,
extremists and terrorists.
In addition to providing train-
ing for West Africa, community


USS Doyle and Royal Moroccan Navy basketball teams relax after two high spirited games.


outreach programs and joint
training are great learning expe-
riences for Doyle Sailors.
Doyle Sailors were able
to experience liberty in
Casablanca, getting the chance
to see what local life was like in
Northern Africa.
MWR and the Royal
Moroccan Navy sponsored
tours to the Hassan II Mosque
while trips through Casablanca
and Marrakech allowed Doyle's
crewmembers to see all that was
offered by their host nation's
society.
The tour to the Hassan II
Mosque was a rarity, as non
Moslem people are usually
not allowed to venture inside.
Those on the tour were guided
throughout the mosque to learn
about its history. The mosque is
the second largest in the world,
with its prayer hall covering
20,000 square meters accom-


modating up to 25,000 worship-
pers.
In addition Doyle was also
able to go to two areas of
Casablanca to enjoy liberty; the
United Seamen's center and the
old Medina Market area.
The first area was the United
Seamen's' center, more com-
monly know as the Seamen's
Club. Doyle's Sailors were
able to relax with moderate-
ly priced drinks, music, pool
tables, indoor and outdoor seat-
ing and a mix of both local and
American cuisine.
The second liberty area was
located rear the walled medina
market. Crewmembers could
explore the traditional market-
place a few blocks away. At the
marketplace crewmembers were
able to walk around and bar-
ter for any local goods. Doyle
Sailors bought such items as
jewelry boxes, wood carvings,


statues and mirrors.
In addition enjoying liberty
the crew worked closely with
the Royal Moroccan Naval
forces.
During the first day the
Wardroom enjoyed lunch with
various naval and Moroccan
officials. On the second day
in port Doyle provided train-
ing opportunities with the
Moroccans. Doyle offered
training in search and rescue
techniques for 25 Moroccan
Sailors.
Next, training in fire fight-
ing and basic damage control
techniques was provided for 11
Moroccan Sailors and VBSS
training was offered for 11
Moroccan Sailors.
Members of Doyle's repair
division provided training for
the host nation, a task that they
had not done before.
"Everything went very well,"


said Lt.j.g. Metcalf, Doyle's
Damage Control Assistant. All
11 Moroccans, including, Major
Benboubker, had a very interac-
tive time with Repair division.
"We discussed everything
from basic naval firefighting
techniques, to general damage
control evolutions," Metcalf
added. "The two country repre-
sentatives were very enthusias-
tic despite the language barrier.
Both countries discussed their
various approaches. We were
able to discuss what was similar
and different."
Members of Doyle's Force
Protection Training team
worked hand in hand with the
Royal Moroccan Navy going
over the latest close quarter tac-
tical movements.
"The Moroccans were very
eager to learn and were very
enthusiastic. They were very
impressed with our tactics, and


-Photos courtesy of USS Doyle

weapons including our new MK
18 assault rifles," said Lt.j.g.
Jose Munoz, Doyle's VBSS
officer.
Upon departing Casablanca,
Doyle worked with the
Mohammed V in at sea training.
During the PASSEX, Doyle
and the Royal Moroccan Ship
Mohammed V completed RAS
approaches, MIO queries and
boardings, and DIVTACs.
Doyle's VBSS team was
ready for what they expected
to be a routine boarding but
unknown to them the Moroccans
had other plans. Once on board
the Moroccan's invited the team
to join them for a lunch in their
wardroom.
"It was a fantastic experi-
ence," said Munoz. "The board-
ing went well, they were able to
see our tactics up close, and it


See Morocco, Page 9


Members of the Moroccan Navy posingfor a picture iilh Doyle's R-Division.


Elliott is welcomed to Casablanca by the Wahid (Mayor) of Casablanca, the Honorable Mohamed
Faouzi.


Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class Joseph Hardin climbs the pilor's ladder during VBSS training wiith the
Royal Moroccan Navy.


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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, June 28, 2007 9


Royal Moroccan Navy VBSS team approaches USS Doyle.


USS Doyle Commanding Officer, Cmdr. Mike Elliott, reviews the Royal Moroccan Navy Honor Guard in Casablanca, Morocco.


Morocco
was very gracious of the captain
to invite the team to lunch."
Of course once the Moroccan
team boarded, they were able to
sweep the ship, conduct search-
es and interviews and they were
then treated to lunch with the
captain.
"It was an amazing experi-
ence," said Gunner's Mate
1st Class Kristin Saglime,
Doyle's leading Gunnersmate.
"Actually boarding their ship,
conducting a search and then
being treated to a three course
meal was unlike any other expe-


From Page 8
rience. I was very lucky to be a
part of the training."
It was a very busy day filled
with training, but upon com-
pletion both crews felt that
they had completed something
unique.
Upon detachment, the crews
of the Doyle and Mohammed
V manned the rails and waived
goodbye. Working together
with the Royal Moroccan Navy
enabled both Americans and
Moroccans to learn a great deal
from each other.


Doyle
By Ensign Gina Cro'
USS Doyle PAO
During a port visit to Min
Cape Verde, Doyle Sailors
ticipated in a community
tions project at the La N(
School in support of their o
ing mission to enhance
tions, promote security and
tivate stability off the coa
West and Central Africa
June 13-15.
Children played, swun
swings on a nearby tree,
curiously watched as Sa
painted the two classro
of La Neirao School for
through fourth grades.
While working at the sc
Sailors shared their lu
played, and practiced
Portuguese and French wit
children.
The children received c
from Doyle's Candy for A
Drive, took pictures with
Sailors, and exchanged "ab
dos" (thank you in Portug
and farewells as the day
to an end.
The Sailors enjoyed their
helping out and spending
with the local children.
"The experience was
humbling. These children d
have much but at the same


Sailors Lend Helping Hand In Cape Verde
w they don't seem to know it. Our
presence, more so than what we
delo, did, is what really made a dif-
par- ference for the children. They
rela- .got a kick out of watching us
eirao.
)ngo- ,paint their school and were very
ngo- ...
rela- ,interested in the type of food we
[cul- .. ate. Seeing those children really
.st of made me appreciate what I have
from at home and am able to pro-
NAIvide for my own children," said
g on Hospitalman 2nd Class Petty
and Officer Paul Brown.
ilors "Engineman 2nd Class Petty
oms I Officer Joshua Shepanski
first G hpnk
first reflected afterwards, "Overall
hool, ". this was a very rewarding expe-
nch, ., I _,_. rience and a good program. It
their .' is nice to be able to provide a
h the service like this to the commu-
th,-, nity and to bring smiles to the
andy -"" children's faces. It is really cool
frica to know they will go to school
h the -- I ..on Monday with a whole new
riga- classroom. I would be happy to
uese) do more community outreach
came projects."
timeThe La Neirao School proj-
time ect was the first community
relations project of many to
very -'..come during Doyle's six month
o not -Photos courtesy of USS Doyle deployment to West and Central
time Doyle crewmembers at the COMRIEL project. Africa.


Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Marcus Garcia and Engineman 2nd Class
Joshua Shepanski finish painting the top of a wall in the La Neirao School
in Mindelo, Cape Verde.


Volunteers from USS Doyle stand outside of La Neirao School in Mindelo, Cape Verde. The Sailors volunteered their time during a port
visit to the city.


Operation Specialist 1st Class Patrick Acosta, Hospital Corpsman 2nd
Class Paul Brown, and Operation Specialist 1st Class Angel Medrano
paint the windows in the La Neirao School in Mindelo, Cape Verde.


I


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10 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, June 28, 2007


Navy


Navy Revises


Special Duty Pay


News


Vicksburg VBSS Team Spirit


By MC2 Trevor Andersen
Navy Personnel Command Communications
Office
Some Sailors may see more
money in their pockets according to
NAVADMIN 140/07 released May
31, which revised pay levels for spe-
cial duty assignment pay (SDAP).
Sailors recieve SDAP for filling
special assignments that are hard to
fill with quality volunteers; it applies
specifically to individual billets that
require an extra degree of effort to
perform.
"Approximately 28,000 SDAP bil-
lets are available to eligible Sailors.
Approximately 1,600 billets will
see increased pay levels," said Navy
Personnel Command's Senior Chief
Electronics Technician (SS) Scott
Rossiter, the SDAP coordinator.
The list of billets includes advanced
underwater construction divers,
nuclear propulsion plant operators,
recruiters, recruit division command-
ers and air traffic controllers to name
a few. The complete listing can be
found in NAVADMIN 140/07.
"I didn't know that I would get
SDAP when becoming a diver and


filling that NEC," said Construction
Electrician 1st Class (SCW/DV)
Lynn Rodriguez, a Seabee attached
to Underwater Construction Team 2,
homeported in Port Hueneme, Calif.
"It started soon after I checked in to
the command. I think SDAP is great
and well-deserved for the motivated
individuals who have worked and
studied hard to get the NECs."
The SDAP program is designed
to enhance the Navy's ability to
size, shape and stabilize the force,
encouraging Sailors with important
skills to apply their knowledge and
experience to difficult or challenging
assignments.
"It's an opportunity to entice peo-
ple into the harder jobs. It's meant to
attract people into hard-to-fill assign-
ments and allows people to make
extra money while they perform those
assignments," said Rossiter.
New levels became effective
June 1 following the release of the
NAVADMIN.
For more information on SDAP
and other incentive pay programs,
visit www.npc.navy.mil.


-Photo by MC2 Oscar Espinoza
Members assigned to the visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) team on board guided-missile cruiser USS Vicksburg
(CG 69) take part in a boarding scenario training exercise. Vicksburg is underway in preparation for an upcoming
deployment.


NKO Users Advised Beware 'Phishing' E-Mails


From Naval Education and Training Command
Public.;-
The Naval Education and Training
Command (NETC) at Naval Air Station
(NAS) Pensacola, is warning users of
the Navy Knowledge Online (NKO)
Web portal to be alert for an Internet
phishing scam.
Network Warfare Command
(NETWARCOM) issued an alert June
21 to inform network managers and
NKO users of their potential vulner-
ability to this scheme.
The current phishing scheme claims
to be from the NKO administration
department and advises users of a non-
existent server outage. The phony e-
mail directs NKO users to a false mir-
ror site in order to obtain users' legiti-
mate log-on information. NKO users
should not reply to the phishing e-mail
or click on any associated links or but-


tons in the e-mail/false NAVADMIN.
"Phishing is a scheme usually gener-
ated through e-mails or pop-up ads that
attempts to deceive users into divulg-
ing personally identifiable information
(PII), passwords or allow access to
password-protected Web portals," said
Peg David, NKO program manager.
"These scam artists target individ-
uals through their e-mail address or
using online pop-up ads and forward e-
mails that appear to be from legitimate
businesses or sites such as NKO," said
David. "Company logos and letter-
heads may appear to be genuine at first
glance, and this is how unsuspecting
users are usually lured into helping the
phishers accomplish their goals."
NKO e-mail scams were first iden-
tified in early December 2005, in an
attempt to exploit vulnerabilities in
Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web


browser.
According to David, phishing scams
are different than benign spam schemes
that try to sell the user something or
get them to open a link to an undesir-
able site.
"Phishing e-mails don't normally
contain virus payloads, but spyware
such as keystroke loggers and pass-
word traps may be downloaded when
e-mail attachments from the phishing
perpetrators are opened."
David said phishing schemes use a
number of techniques to get the user
to "bite." Two of the most common are
spoofing, where e-mail addresses and
page content appear to be from a valid
source, and social engineering, when
e-mails play upon human curiosity and
trick the user into revealing personal
data by convincing or scaring them
into the desired action.


"Occasionally," David added, "the
spammers will get lucky and send the
user an e-mail that appears to be from
an organization that they actually do
business with. That's when users are
most vulnerable to their schemes."
"Military and civilian computer
users should know that NKO, the Navy
and most reputable businesses do not
contact their customers and request
them to divulge personal information


or passwords in this manner," said
David. "Users should react cautiously
to all e-mails that attempt to get them
to reveal this information and report
any suspicious correspondence to the
command information assurance offi-
cer immediately."
Further guidance and assistance is
available from the NKO home page at
https://www.nko.navy.mil.


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Navy Leadership Works Together To


Address Life/Work


By Lt. Cmdr. Kim Dixon
( of Naval Personnel Diversity
Directorate Public. -
The Navy announced on June
19 the development of Task
Force Life/Work (TFLW) to
address the emerging challenges
faced in recruiting and retaining
the next generation of 21st cen-
tury Navy leaders.
The announcement of TFLW
in NAVADMIN 159/07 was
based on ideas exchanged at an
Executive Life/Work Integration
Summit that was hosted by
Chief of Naval Personnel (CNP)
Vice Adm. John Harvey Jr. at
the Naval Postgraduate School
in Monterey, Calif., May 31 to
June 1.
More than 20 Navy flag offi-
cers, senior enlisted leader-
ship and senior civilians from
nearly all Navy Enterprises
attended the education and dis-
cussion forum. The participants
addressed the challenges in
developing strategies to expand
and to strengthen current life/
work integration measures that
will meet the needs of the Navy
work force.
"Retention statistics and sur-
vey feedback tell us that meet-
ing the professional and per-
sonal development needs of our
Sailors, particularly women,
plays an increasing role in their
ability to continue to serve,"
said Harvey. "While we expect
dedication to duty and coun-
try to prevail when it comes


to staying Navy, I believe that
the challenges our newest work
force generation face are more
pronounced and call for mea-
sures to change course directly
to address how best to attract
and retain talent."
Harvey opened the two-day
summit by clearly outlining
to the Navy leaders his three-
phased plan for establishing and
integrating life/work balance
measures in the fleet. The first
phase is to send a signal to the
men and women of the fleet,
including new recruits, that
Navy leadership is committed
to this issue.
"This (summit) is a very big
signal," said Harvey. "I want it
to be a signal to our Navy, our
women, the 'Millenials' [mem-
bers of the millennial genera-
tion] that will come in ... this is
the starting point on how we
will organize our thinking."
The second phase will be to
start a pattern of activity that
demonstrates Navy leadership's
level of commitment in influ-
encing positive cultural change.
"How do we keep this
going?" asked Harvey. "We're
going to take this message on
the road. What we do here; what
we learn here; we're going to
tell everyone who's got a stake
in this. I want to send this sig-
nal and have it received by the
fleet."
The third phase will be to sus-
tain the effort that was begun at


the summit.
"I want to maintain a drum-
beat, not just episodic get-
togethers," said Harvey. "I'm
looking for your help there.
There's so much focus on why
it's (life/work balance) difficult.
My goal in bringing your wis-
dom here was to change that
focus."
While the topic of the summit
was the creation and integration
of life/work balance measures
throughout the Navy, the par-
ticipants never lost sight of the
operational mission and com-
mitments of the Navy.
"I'm not trying to change 231
years of what makes our Navy
eour' Navy," said Harvey. "We
can't change the Navy's deploy-
ment schedule with an easy'
button, but we can improve
your quality of life by making
our own abetter' button."
The Navy leaders at the sum-
mit were educated on the chal-
lenges faced in recruiting the
Millennial generation, often
noted for valuing life/work bal-
ance more than financial suc-
cess.
Arthur Mitchell, director of
strategic planning for Campbell-
Ewald, the advertising agency
that holds the Navy's recruiting
account, provided the results
of research into the Millenials,
affirming that "their life isn't
defined by work; they will
demand flexibility."
Many public and private


New Instruction Shows Navy's

Commitment To Family Issues


From ( -of Naval Personnel
Diversity Directorate
The Navy announced the
release of OPNAVINST
6000.1C, Navy Guidelines
Concerning Pregnancy and
Parenthood, on June 14, updat-
ing the Navy's pregnancy
instruction for the first time
since 2003.
The revision incorporates
legislative and Department of
Defense changes to the current
policy regarding both preg-
nancy and parenthood, follow-
ing an 18-month comprehen-
sive review coordinated by the
Office of Women's Policy.
"The Navy continues to
evolve in the size and shape of
our force and our instructions
and policies need to reflect
that changing demographic
and emphasis on family," said
Vice Adm. John C. Harvey
Jr., Chief of Naval Personnel.
"How we handle family issues
will continue to be a major fac-
tor in whether many individu-
als decide to stay in the Navy.
We need to make sure we are


doing what is in the best inter-
est of the individual, the family,
and the Navy, and the updated
instruction continues us in that
direction."
The Bureau of Medicine and
the Office of Women's Policy
reviewed the most recent medi-
cal literature and determined
that the current instruction no
longer met the needs of Navy
women.
Specifically, the new instruc-
tion extends the operational
deferment for new mothers
from four months to twelve fol-
lowing delivery. This change
was intended to properly
address medical concerns that
may arise following pregnancy
that may not show up until six
months post partum. Increased
post partum depression testing
is also provided for, as is great-
er support for military members
undergoing adoptions and in-
vitro fertilization.
"The release of this updated
instruction is very exciting,
but it is by no means an end-
state for us," said Lt. Stephanie


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From from the United States
Department of Defense
Secretary of the Navy Donald
Winter announced on May 29
his decision to name the Navy's
newest underway replenishment
vessel, USNS Amelia Earhart
(T-AKE 6).
The name honors Amelia
Mary Earhart for her courage,
vision, and groundbreaking
achievements, both in aviation
and for women.
Amelia Earhart's name
became a household word in
1932 when she became the first
woman and second person -
to fly solo across the Atlantic,
on the fifth anniversary of
Charles Lindbergh's feat, fly-
ing a Lockheed Vega from
Harbor Grace, Newfoundland to
Londonderry, Ireland.
That year, she received the
Distinguished Flying Cross
from the Congress, the Cross of
Knight of the Legion of Honor
from the French government,
and the Gold Medal of the
National Geographic Society


from President Herbert Hoover.
In January 1935 Earhart
became the first person to fly
solo across the Pacific Ocean
from Honolulu to Oakland,
Calif. Later that year she soloed
from Los Angeles to Mexico
City and back to Newark, N.J.
In July 1936 she took delivery
of a Lockheed 10E "Electra,"
financed by Purdue University,
and started planning her round-
the-world flight.
The primary goal of the T-
AKE program is to provide
effective fleet underway replen-
ishment capability at the lowest
life cycle cost.To meet that goal,
the ship will be designed and
constructed to commercial spec-
ifications and standards and cer-
tified/classed by the American
Bureau of Shipping, U.S.
Coast Guard, and other regu-
latory bodies. All of the new
ships will be operated by the
Military Sealift Command.They
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organizations have already
incorporated flexibility into
managing their workforce.
Barbara Adachi, from Deloitte,
described the process of chang-
ing the culture of Deloitte to
one that encouraged flexibil-
ity in the workforce. She dis-
cussed their pilot program of
Mass Career Customization,
which makes career building a
shared responsibility between
the enterprise and the individual
employee.
After hearing additional briefs
on the retention of women in
the Navy, particularly in the
unrestricted line officer com-
munities, and on the status of
life/work integration efforts
currently being explored by


ation Issues


the Chief of Naval Personnel
Military Personnel Plans and
Policy Division, the summit
participants had the opportunity
to hear from a panel of enlisted
and officer members.
"My experience with the
panel was very rewarding,"
said Lt. Josh Rupert, an EA-6B
Naval aviator who is presently
attending a master's degree pro-
gram at NPS. "It is apparent the
leadership of the Navy is tak-
ing work/life issues very seri-
ously, and I expect that some of
our recommendations may be
implemented in the future.
"I felt I couldn't let the oppor-
tunity to speak on this panel
pass. I realized I was speaking
not only for myself, but for all


of my peers and Sailors I have
had the pleasure to work with
in my time in the Navy," said
Rupert. "I feel we got all of our
goals accomplished, and hope-
fully provided some useful sug-
gestions."
With CNP having sent this
initial signal to the men and
women of the fleet that he is
dedicated to creating and imple-
menting life/work balance mea-
sures that will enhance their
personal and professional lives,
TFLW will actively seek input
from them through a series of
waterfront summits in the next
few months.
For more information on
TFLW, refer to NAVADMIN
159/07.


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12 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, June 28, 2007


Final Battle Problem for UNITAS Pacific Begins


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-Photo by MC2 Lenny M. Francioni
In the foreground and rotating counter-clockwise: guided missile destroyer USS Mitscher (DDG 57),
Chilean frigate CS Almirante Latorre (FFG 14), Peruvian frigate Palacios (FM-56), Chilean Oiler
Araucano (AO-53), dock landing ship USS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52), Colombian frigate Independiente
(FL-54), U.S.Coast Guard cutter Mohawk (WMEC 913) and in the center Peruvian submarine Arica
(SS-36) sail together while a Photo Exercise (PHOTOEX) is being conducted during UNITAS Pacific
48-07 in support of the Partnership of the Americas POA 2007.


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-Photo by MC3 Damien Horvath
Chilean ship Almirante Latorre (FFG 14) sails in the distance while Coastguardsmen from USCGC
Mohawk (WMEC 913) approach the stern gate of USS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52) to pick up passengers
after opening conferences of UNITAS 48-07 Pacific. POA is focusing on enhancing relationships
with partner nations through a variety of exercises and events at sea and on shore throughout South
America, Latin America, and the Caribbean.


-Photo by MC2(SW) Alexia M. Riveracorrea
A member of crash and salvage team overlooks jhglh ,el k operations while a Peruvian Agusta AB212
helicopter from the Peruvian ship BAP Palacios (FM 56) awaits take-off from USS Pearl Harbor
(LSD 52) during UNITAS 48-07 Pacific phase of Partnership of the Americas (POA) 2007. UNITAS
is an annual exercise that incorporates forces from several participating nations and enables the
assembled forces to organize and conduct combined naval operations in a multi-national task force
and test its responsiveness to a variety of maritime scenarios.


By MC2(SW) Alexia M.
Riveracorrea
Destroyer Squadron 40 Public, ;
The final battle problem of
UNITAS 48-07 Pacific phase
began June 23, after the comple-
tion of exercises along the coast
of South America in support
of Partnership of the Americas
(POA) 2007.
In preparation for the final
battle problem ships from Chile,
Colombia, Peru and the United
States completed various com-
bined exercises and evolutions
at sea this past week.
"The UNITAS Pacific work-
up phase has proved to be chal-
lenging and robust. Exercises
tested the watch teams on tacti-
cal procedures and techniques,"
said Lt. Cmdr. Richard Evans,
UNITAS planning officer.
"UNITAS provides a multitude
of training opportunities for all
participating nations."
Flight operations, refueling at
sea and live fire exercises were
some of the events coordinated
with partner nations to maintain
a high degree of unit readiness.
"I think the exercises went
extremely well. Any time we
have the opportunity to display
and share our capabilities to


other nations is a good day,"
said Cryptologic Technician
Technical 2nd Class (SW)
Benjamin Patten, live fire safety
observer aboard the USS Pearl
Harbor (LSD 52). "It was also a
good opportunity for the Sailors
to learn more about the weap-
ons on board the ship."
Practical evolutions such as
the submarine familiarization
and tracking, search and rescue,
maritime interdiction operations
and the exchange of partner
nation representatives between
various platforms for liaison
and planning provided excellent
opportunities for engagement
and interaction.
"The interface between dif-
ferent nations proved to be a
win-win for all, considering the
time constraints placed on plan-
ning for the execution phase,"
said Evans. "The training envi-
ronments exercised proficiency
in command and control and
plotting techniques."


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During the final battle prob-
lem, the multinational force will
operate under a simulated U.N.
Security Council Resolution
training scenario.
"These scenarios are the prac-
tical application of the tactics
and procedures we have been
working on," said Cmdr. John
Wilshusen, Destroyer Squadron
40 chief staff officer. "The free
play environment gives us a
very good idea of the effective-
ness of our training, and shows
us areas where we need to focus


future efforts. Events like these
are key to achieving the Chief
of Naval Operations' vision of a
1,000-ship maritime force."
UNITAS participants
are Chilean oiler Araucano
(AO-53), Colombian frig-
ate Independiente (FL-54),
Peruvian frigate Palacios (FM-
56), Peruvian submarine Arica
(SS-36), U.S. Coast Guard cut-
ter Mohawk (WMEC 913) and
elements of Task Group 40.0,
which consists of Chilean frig-
ate CS Almirante Latorre (FFG


14), dock landing ship Pearl
Harbo, guided-missile destroyer
USS Mitscher (DDG 57) and
guided-missile frigate USS
Samuel B. Roberts (FFG 58).
Task Group 40.0 is cur-
rently deployed in support of
Partnership of the Americas
(POA) 2007 under the leader-


ship of Capt. Randy Snyder,
Commander Destroyer
Squadron 40. POA focuses
on enhancing relationships
with regional partner nations
through a variety of exercises
and events at sea and ashore
throughout South America and
the Caribbean.


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For Phil Sea Sailors


Story/photos by MCI(AW) Toiete Jackson
Fleet Public, Center, Det. Southeast
Sailors aboard USS Philippine Sea (CG 58)
enjoyed a day of fun, good food and relaxation
with their families last Friday. The command had
been working long hours as part of ESRA, repair-
ing and upgrading the ship since returning home
in December from a six-month deployment.
Commanding Officer, Capt. Kim Parker, is


proud of his Sailors and is pleased with the out-
come of the picnic.
"This is a nice break from the schedule we've
been keeping," remarked CSSN Danny Chaput.
"It's a good opportunity for my family to meet
my shipmates and vice versa."
USS Philippine Sea is scheduled to complete
their yard period July 16.


Culinary Specialist 1st Class Terry Jackson helps his 6-year old son, Cameron, out of the dunk tank
during his command's family picnic.


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14 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, June 28, 2007


SERMC Mayport Celebrates Summer


Story/photos by
Lt. Sandra Rechis
SERMIC PAO
The Southeast Regional
Maintenance Center's Morale,
Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Committee recently sponsored
the commands finest family
summer picnic ever!
Under the direction and
watchful eye of Command
MWR Coordinator, Chief
Cryptologic Technician
Technical (SW) Jason Hunt, the
committee strategically planned
and successfully executed the
summer picnic in record time.
For the second consecutive
year, SERMC chief petty offi-
cers traded in their khaki uni-
forms for cooking utensils as
"Team Inferno" took charge of
preparing all the traditional pic-
nic foods.
Military and civilian employ-
ee family members joined
together to partake in the after-
noon festivities at the Sea Otter


Members of SERMC's "Team Inferno" stayed busy throughout the
entire picnic ensuring everyone was served a classic Bar-B-Q meal.


Pavilion.
The kids had an array of
activities to participate in rang-
ing from the inflatable bounce
houses and waterslide to the


base swimming pool and the
beach. Other activities included
the Limbo, pony rides, pifiatas
and for those who were not shy,
a singing contest.


SERMC kids lined up to take on the Blue Wave waterslide.


SERMC children participated in the Limbo contest. Age group winners received plaques and gift
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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, June 28, 2007 15


USS Gettysburg Holds Mid-POM Picnic


By Lt.j.g.
Andrew Bonderud
USS Gettysburg PAO
Sailors on board USS
Gettysburg (CG 64) are in the
midst of a pre-overseas move-
ment (POM) leave and stand-
down period.
Since the beginning of June,
half the ship has had the oppor-
tunity to take leave in prepa-
ration for the ship's upcoming
deployment, which will begin
next month. Last Monday,
when Gettysburg Sailors
reached the halfway point in
the POM period, the ship held
a "turnover day picnic" for all
Gettysburg families.
Held at Kavanaugh Park on
Naval Station Mayport, the
picnic provided catered food
from Sticky Fingers Restaurant,
games for the kids including a
dunking tank and an inflatable
moonwalk, a live disc jockey,
and lots of fellowship among
the ranks.
The picnic, which began at
11 a.m. and lasted until 3 p.m.,
gave Sailors an opportunity
to come together for a rea-
son, other than work, to enjoy
each other's company and to
meet their shipmates' families.
Whether it was fathers and
mothers, sons and daughters,
wives and husbands, or brothers
and sisters, Gettysburg families
turned out in droves.
During the picnic, the crew
also celebrated two major
career milestones for some of
their shipmates. After 12 1/2
years in the Navy, Internal
Communications Electrician 1st
Class (Surface Warfare) Ronald
P. White reenlisted, committing
to at least four more years in the


Chief Gunner's Mate Cornelius Forrest and family, Tony, Jr., Michel'le, Courtney, and Cornelia enjoy
food from Sticky Fingers.


-Photos courtesy of USS Gettysburg
Cryptologic Technician (Technical) 1st Class Bill Davies, wife
Amy and children, Johnathon, Zachary and Kris join other USS
Gettysburg families atKavanaugh Park.


Naval Service. Additionally,
Gettysburg's Commanding
Officer rewarded the superior
performance of Engineman 3rd
Class (Surface Warfare) Iyounna
Y. Harbor by advancing her to
second class petty officer on the
spot.
The picnic could not have
been a better way for Sailors to
either begin their pre-deploy-


ment leave period (after two
weeks of three section duty)
or to complete their two weeks
of rest and relaxation, before
returning to work the following
day. The next time Gettysburg
families come together, it will
more than likely be to bid fare-
well to their family members in
uniform as the ship sets sail for
its deployment.


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M WR Happenings


June 28: Bubblemaker. 5:30-
7 p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
June 30: Family Pool Party
Hosted by MWR Youth
Activities. 7-9 p.m. at the base
pool. Cost is $3 per child; fam-
ily cost TBD. Ages 10 and
older must be signed in by a
parent. Ages 9 and under must
be accompanied at all times by
their parent or legal guardian.
270-5680/5421
July 2: Youth (Open Rec)
Watermelon Eating/Seed
Spitting Contest. 4:30 p.m. at
the Youth Activities Center.
270-5680/5421
July 3: Youth (Open Rec)
Watermelon Eating/Seed
Spitting Contest. 4 p.m. at
Ribault Bay Community Center.
270-5680/7276
July 3: Bubblemaker. 5:30-7
p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
July 4: Mayport 4th of July
Spectacular. Pool opens at 10
a.m. All other activities start at 4
p.m. at Sea Otter Pavilion. Have
fun with the entire family with
games for all ages, inflatables,
food for purchase, live enter-
tainment and more. Fireworks
start at 9:30 p.m. 270-6015
July 5: Youth Skate Station
Field Trip. 9 a.m.-i p.m.
for ages 10 and older. Trip
fee is $10. Sign up at the
Youth Activities Center. 270-
5680/5421


July 5: Bubblemaker. 5:30-7
p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
July 6 & 7: Register for
Session 3 of Children's Swim
Lessons. Register for Session
3 only from 8-10 a.m. at the
base pool. Cost is $40 per child
or $35 for children currently
enrolled in summer camp on
base. Pay by check or cash
only. Session 3 meets Monday
through Thursday, July 9-19 at
the base pool. Lessons will be
offered in the morning and eve-
ning. 270-5425
July 6-8: Open Water Scuba
Certification Course. Cost
is $290 or $310 for guests.
Course includes certification,
dive book, dive log book, dive
tables, professional instruction,
and admission to the springs,
two nights lodging, round-trip
transportation and use of all
necessary scuba equipment.
Don't be confused by outside
advertisements. We provide all
the scuba gear you need for this
class. No equipment purchase
required! 270-5541
July 6-8: Motorcycle Safety
Course. Cost is $165 per person
and includes use of motorcycle,
helmet and gloves. Pre-registra-
tion is required. 270-5392
July 6: Summer Outdoor
Movie Night, "Firehouse Dog"
Rated PG. Free outdoor movie
starts at approximately 8:45
p.m. at Sea Otter Pavilion.
Bring lawn chairs, blankets and
bug spray. 270-6015
July 9-12: Seal Team. Seal
Team is a 4-day mini scuba
camp for ages 8-12. This mini
camp meets daily from 9:30-


11 a.m. at the base pool. Cost
is $129 and includes all scuba
equipment, activity book,
log book, certificate and Seal
Team card. Pre-registration is
required. 270-5541
July 9: Youth (Open Rec)
Food Project. 4:30 p.m. at the
Youth Activities Center. 270-
5680/5421
July 10: Youth (Open Rec)
Food Project. 4 p.m. at Ribault
Bay Community Center. 270-
5680/7276
July 10: Stars and Stripes 5K
Run. 8 a.m. start in front of the
Gym. Free. 270-5451/5452
July 10, 12, 17 & 19: Junior
Golf Clinic. This 4-day clinic is
9-11 a.m. at Windy Harbor Golf
Club. Clinic is open to ages 8
and older. Cost is $100 per child
and pre-registration is required.
270-5380
July 10: Bubblemaker. 5:30-7
p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
July 11: Racquetball
Tournament. Deadline to sign
up is July 6. 270-5451/5452
July 12: Bubblemaker. 5:30-7
p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
July 12: Family Steak Night.
5-8 p.m. at Foc'sle CPO Club.
Steak dinners are $9 per per-
son and children's specials are
available. All hands welcome.
270-5431/5432
July 13: Summer Outdoor
Movie Night, "The Last


Mimzy" Rated PG. Free outdoor
movie starts at approximately
8:45 p.m. at Sea Otter Pavilion.
Bring lawn chairs, blankets and
bug spray. 270-6015
July 14: Teen Regal Cinemas
Field Trip. Movie and time
TBA. Ages 12 and older only.
270-5680/5421
July 16-19: FASE Challenge.
Test your fitness, athletics,
speed and endurance at this
annual challenge for active duty.
7-9:30 a.m. behind the CPO
Club. 270-5451/5452
July 16-19: Seal Team. Seal
Team is a 4-day mini scuba
camp for ages 8-12. This mini
camp meets daily from 9:30-
11 a.m. at the base pool. Cost
is $129 and includes all scuba
equipment, activity book,
log book, certificate and Seal
Team card. Pre-registration is
required. 270-5541
July 16: Youth (Open Rec)
Water Relays. 4:30 p.m. at the
Youth Activities Center. 270-
5680/5421
July 17: Youth (Open Rec)
Water Relays. 4 p.m. at Ribault
Bay Community Center. 270-
5680/7276
July 17: Bubblemaker. 5:30-7
p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
July 19: Youth (Open Rec)
Adventure Landing Field Trip.
Trip fee is $19 and includes
lunch and water park admission.
Sign up at the Youth Activities
Center. 270-5680
July 19: Bubblemaker. 5:30-7
p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and


includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
July 20 & 21: Register for
Session 4 of Children's Swim
Lessons. Register for Session
4 only from 8-10 a.m. at the
base pool. Cost is $40 per
child or $35 for children cur-
rently enrolled in summer
camp on base. Pay by check
or cash only. Session 4 meets
Monday through Thursday, July
23-August 2 at the base pool.
Lessons will be offered in the
morning and evening. 270-5425
July 20-22: Open Water
Scuba Certification Course.
Cost is $290 or $310 for guests.
Course includes certification,
dive book, dive log book, dive
tables, professional instruction,
and admission to the springs,
two nights lodging, round-trip
transportation and use of all
necessary scuba equipment.
Don't be confused by outside
advertisements. We provide all
the scuba gear you need for this
class. No equipment purchase
required! 270-5541
July 20: Youth Freedom
Friday, Combo. 7-11 p.m. at the
Youth Activities Center. Open
to ages 6-12 and age 5 if in kin-
dergarten. Cost is $7 in advance
or $9 the day of. Space is lim-
ited so early sign-up is strongly
encouraged. 270-5680/5421
July 20: Summer Outdoor
Movie Night, "Teenage Mutant
Ninja Turtles" Rated PG. Free
outdoor movie starts at approxi-
mately 8:45 p.m. at Sea Otter
Pavilion. Bring lawn chairs,
blankets and bug spray. 270-
6015
July 23-26: Seal Team. Seal
Team is a 4-day mini scuba
camp for ages 8-12. This mini
camp meets daily from 9:30-
11 a.m. at the base pool. Cost


is $129 and includes all scuba
equipment, activity book,
log book, certificate and Seal
Team card. Pre-registration is
required. 270-5541
July 23: Youth (Open Rec)
Popcorn and Movie. 4 p.m. at
the Youth Activities Center.
270-5680/5421
July 24, 26, 31 & Aug. 2:
Junior Golf Clinic. This 4-day
clinic is 9-11 a.m. at Windy
Harbor Golf Club. Clinic is
open to ages 8 and older. Cost is
$100 per child and pre-registra-
tion is required. 270-5380
July 24: Youth (Open Rec)
Popcorn and Movie. 4 p.m. at
Ribault Bay Community Center.
270-5680/7276
July 24: Bubblemaker. 5:30-7
p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
July 25: Intramural Bowling
Begins. 11:30 a.m. at Fast Lanes
Bowling Center. League ends
Oct. 10. This is a Captain's Cup
event. 270-5451/5377
July 26: Bubblemaker. 5:30-7
p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
July 27: Summer Outdoor
Movie Night, "Meet the
Robinsons" Rated G. Free out-
door movie starts at approxi-
mately 8:45 p.m. at Sea Otter
Pavilion. Bring lawn chairs,
blankets and bug spray. 270-
6015


Liberty Call


The Liberty Program, also
known as the Single Sailor pro-
gram, is geared towards enlisted
bachelor and geo-bachelor per-
sonnel, E-1 through E-6. Special
events, workshops, tournaments,
inexpensive trips and more are
scheduled ON & OFF base each
month, offering a wide variety
of exciting programs and activ-
ities. The Liberty Program is
based out of Planet Mayport,
located in Bldg. 46 near Bravo
Pier. Planet Mayport is an alco-
hol and smoke-free environ-
ment and is open seven days a
week, 365 days a year, week-
days from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. and
weekends from 10 a.m.-11 p.m.
This contemporary facility fea-
tures a movie theater, a free
Internet computer room, wi-fi
throughout, laundromat, ATM,
pool tables, video game sta-
tions, arcade games, ping-pong
tables and a snack area. Call
270-7788 for information.
29: Freebie Friday. Today we
celebrate the freedom of speech.
Stop by Planet Mayport and
voice your opinions and sugges-
tions on what you want to see
happen at Planet Mayport and
the Liberty Program. Free give-
aways to all the vocal patrons.
July 1-6: Free Popsicles all
week. Stop by Planet Mayport
and get yourself a free red,
white and blue popsicles. Good


while supplies last.
July 10: Water Balloon Fight.
Get soaked and chill out tonight
at Planet Mayport in an old
fashioned water balloon fight.
Free food and giveaways to all
participants.
July 11: Eight Ball
Tournament. Join the Liberty
Program in a free, single elimi-
nation tournament starting
at 6:15 p.m. sharp at Planet
Mayport. Prizes will be awarded
to first and second places.
July 12: 311 Concert. Join
the Liberty Program as we head
out to Jacksonville Veteran's
Memorial Arena and rock out
to 311 and other opening bands.
Cost is only $30 and includes
Club Seats and transportation.
Trip will depart at 6 p.m.
July 13: Birthday Bash.
Happy Birthday to all the July
Birthdays. Stop by Planet
Mayport for your birthday
bonus, starting at 6 p.m.
July 16: Fear Factor Week,
Qualifying Event #1. Is fear a
factor for you? If not, sign up
at Planet Mayport in tonight's
challenge. All winners will auto-
matically advance to the finale
and win awesome prizes. Event
will start promptly at 5:30 p.m.
July 17: Fear Factor Week,
Qualifying Event #2. Is fear a
factor for you? If not, sign up
at Planet Mayport in tonight's


challenge. All winners will auto-
matically advance to the finale
and win awesome prizes. Event
will start promptly at 5:30 p.m.
July 18: Fear Factor Week,
Qualifying Event #3. Is fear a
factor for you? If not, sign up
at Planet Mayport in tonight's
challenge. All winners will auto-
matically advance to the finale
and win awesome prizes. Event
will start promptly at 5:30 p.m.
July 19: Fear Factor Week,
Qualifying Event #4. Is fear a
factor for you? If not, sign up
at Planet Mayport in tonight's
challenge. Event will start
promptly at 5:30 p.m.
July 20: Fear Factor Week,
The Finale. Watch all the fear-
less participants battle it out for
awesome prizes and the Fear
Factor Champion. Event will
start promptly at 5:30 p.m.
July 21: Wild Adventures
Trip. Get wild with the Liberty
Program as we head up to
Valdosta, Georgia to let loose
and ride some awesome coast-
ers. If you like theme parks,
don't miss out on this trip. Cost
is $20 which includes trans-
portation and admission to
the park. Van will depart from
Planet Mayport at 9 a.m.
July 23: Dinner and a Movie
Trip. Join the Liberty Program
as we head to Regal Cinemas
to catch some of the newest


box office hits. Pizza will be nation tournament starting quickly. Van will depart at 6:15
served at Planet Mayport prior at 6:15 p.m. sharp at Planet p.m.
to departing for the movie the- Mayport. July 29: Deep Sea Fishing
ater. Cost of this trip is only $2 July 26: Jacksonville Suns Trip. Get hooked on this trip as
which includes food, admission Trip. Join us as we head out to the Liberty Program heads out
and transportation. the baseball grounds to watch to sea to catch some big ones.
July 25: Nine Ball Jacksonville's own Suns take For more information, please
Tournament. Join the Liberty on the Huntsville Stars. Sign up call Planet Mayport at 270-
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Surfside Fitness Schedule
Monday: 7 a.m. Victory PRT
with Sally; 9:30 a.m. Lo Impact
with Sally; 11:15 a.m. 3 B Bumrn
Bosu/Balls/Bar with Ruthie;
11:30 a.m. Fitness Equipment
Training (sign up) with Sally;
1 p.m. Moms in Motion with
Sally; 4 p.m. Advanced Pilates
with Apparatus with Emily
Tuesday: 7 a.m. Step &
Kick with Heather; 9:30 a.m.
Resistance with Heather; 11:15
a.m. Kickboxing with LaPlace;
11:30 a.m. Fitness Equipment
Training (sign up) with Heather;
2 p.m. Fitness Equipment
Training (sign up) with Sally;
3:30 p.m. FEP Training with
Sally; 5 p.m. Kids Clinic (sign
up) with Sally; 6:30 p.m.
Cardio, Combat and CORE
with Sally
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m.
Fitness for Mature Audiences
Only with Sally; 9:30 a.m. Intro
to Resistance with Sally; 11:30
a.m. Intro to Pilates with Sally;
11:30 a.m. Fitness Equipment
Training (sign up) with Heather;
4 p.m. Fitness Equipment
Training (sign up) with
LaPlace; 5 p.m. BOSU & Kick
with LaPlace; 6 p.m. Mommy,
Daddy & Me with LaPlace


Auto Skills Center
Services at Auto Skills include
service repair work (weekdays
only), monthly specials and self
help. Hours of operation are 9
a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday,
and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday. 270-5392
Beachside
Community Center
The Community Center fea-
tures Computer Cove (free
Internet access), a video game
room and Castaways Lounge. At
Castaway's, enjoy karaoke
every Tuesday starting at 9
p.m. and movies and munch-
ies on Wednesdays at 5 p.m.
Castaway's welcome live bands
every month and DJ enter-
tainment is provided starting
at 8 p.m. Wednesday through
Monday. Bingo is offered
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
from 6:30-10 p.m., Wednesday
from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
and Sunday from 12:30-4:30
p.m. Pizza Hut and Bo Hogs
BBQ are located inside the
Community Center. The facility
is available for private functions
at competitive prices. 270-7198
(Community Center), 270-7205
(Castaway's Lounge), 270-7204
(Bingo), 249-9766 (Pizza Hut),
247-8720 (Bo Hogs BBQ)
Child Development
Programs
The Child Development
Centers offer full-time care and
drop-in care (if space is avail-
able) for children infant to five
years old. 247-7740 (Bldg.
1960, off base), 270-5339
(Bldg. 373, on base)
Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten
program hours are 8:30-11:30
a.m. Monday-Friday at the on
base and off base centers. Wrap-
around care is available from
6 a.m.-6 p.m. at bldg. 1960,
off-base. Parents pay for wrap-
around care, at a reduced rate
from the normal full-time care
fees, and the state of Florida
pays for the VPK hours. An
afternoon session is 12:30-3:30
p.m. at the on base center only.
247-7740
Child Development Homes
(CDH) are independent business
enterprises operated by Navy
certified military family mem-
bers in their own homes. CDH
Providers are needed. 270-6961

Fast Lanes Bowling Center
& Fast Lanes Grille
Fast Lanes features 24 lanes,
weekly specials, pool tables, a
video arcade and Fast Action
Bingo. This is a terrific place
to host your child's birthday
party, Command Party, reen-
listment or any other gathering.
Catering services are available.
Fast Lanes Grille serves lunch
Monday-Saturday, and dinner
all week. Breakfast is served 9
a.m.-10:30 a.m. Saturday. 270-
5377
Foc'sle CPO Club/Lounge
The CPO Club is open to all
hands for lunch 11 a.m.-1:30
p.m. Monday-Friday. The Club
is also open until 8 p.m. daily
for active duty, reservists and
retired chief petty officers and
their guests. The facility is
available for special functions
such as re-enlistments, retire-
ment ceremonies and recep-
tions, command socials and
picnics, luncheons and hail and
farewells. 270-5431/5432
Gymnasium
The gym is open 365 days
per year and includes full-size


witness Schedule


Thursday: 7 a.m. Step and
Kick with Heather; 9:30 a.m.
Pump & Grind with Emily;
11:30 a.m. Sculpt, Step and
Stretch with Heather; 4 p.m.
Fitness Equipment Training
(sign up) with Sally; 5 p.m.
Kid's Clinic (sign up) with
Sally; 6:30 p.m. Yogalates with
Sally
Friday: 7:30 a.m. Fitness
Equipment Training (sign up)
with Sally; 9:30 a.m. Yoga with
Ruthie
Saturday: 8 a.m. Intro to
Yoga/Kids Yoga with Sally;
9:30 a.m. Aqua with Sally;
11:30 a.m. Extreme Circuit
Training for Kids with Sally

Gymnasium Fitness
Schedule
Monday: 6:30 a.m.
Conditioning for Running with
LaPlace; 8:30 a.m. Strength
Solutions & Flexibility Fix-Ups
for Injuries with LaPlace; 9 a.m.
Stoller Strut with Ruthie (Meets
start of PRT course); 11:30 a.m.
Indoor Cycling with Heather;
12 p.m. Fitness Equipment
Training (sign up) with LaPlace;
3:30 p.m. Fitness Equipment
Training (sign up) with Heather;
5 p.m. Hot Yoga with Heather


basketball and volleyball courts,
indoor racquetball courts, lock-
er rooms with saunas, univer-
sal and free weights, a Nautilus
strength training circuit, and a
variety of cardio-vascular equip-
ment including treadmills, step
mills, stationary bicycles, and
cross-trainers. A staff of certi-
fied personnel trainers is avail-
able for individual, command,
and group appointments. Gym
hours are Monday-Thursday 5
a.m.-11 p.m., Friday 5 a.m.-10
p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
and Sunday 10 a.m.-9 p.m. 270-
5451/5452.
Information, Tickets and
Travel (ITT)
ITT offers hotel reservations,
cruise bookings and discount
tickets for most major Florida
attractions, as well as a few
attractions in Georgia and North
Carolina. ITT also has Western
Union services. Discount sou-
venirs from Disney World are
on sale daily. ITT hours are
Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Our mobile Recreation Ticket
Vehicle (RTV) also offers ter-
rific ticket prices in convenient
locations. 270-5145
Ocean Breeze Conference
and Catering Center
Ocean Breeze is one of
Northeast Florida's premier
catering facilities and the per-
fect place for your re-enlist-
ment, commissioning, retire-
ment ceremony and reception,
wedding, reception, gourmet
dinner, party, etc. Ocean Breeze
can comfortably host parties of
up to 500 people. Office hours
are Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4
p.m. and closed on holidays.
270-5313
Outdoor Adventures &
Southeast Dive Adventures
More than 2,000 items are
available for rental including
Jon boats, boogie boards, canoes
and kayaks, yard equipment,
canopies and tents, fishing gear,
campers, sleeping bags, tables
and chairs, BBQ grills, moon-
walk, coolers, bait and more.
Southeast Dive Adventures is
Outdoor Adventures/Southeast
Dive Adventures hours are 7
a.m.-4 p.m. Monday, 8 a.m.-
5 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday, and 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Wednesday and Saturday. 270-
5221/5541
Pelican Roost & Osprey
Cove RV Parks
The "Roost" features 49 sites
with electric, sewer, water and
cable TV service. Roost lodge
amenities include kitchen, laun-
dry, TV's, book/video swap
library, high speed and wireless
Internet, restrooms and shower
facilities. Tent campers are also
welcome. Fifty additional full
service sites are available at
Osprey Cove. 270-7808/7809
Pool
The 50-meter Olympic size
swimming pool is open for rec-
reation swimming, swim les-
sons and water aerobics May-
September. Lap swim is 6
a.m.-8 a.m. and 11 a.m.-i p.m.
Monday-Friday during summer
and 10:30 a.m.-i p.m. Monday-
Thursday during winter. 270-
5425
Recycling Complex
MWR can recycle: paper
products, aluminum and steel
cans, cardboard, metal, wooden
pallets and waste cooking oil.
Recyclable materials can be
dropped off at various drop-off


Fun In The Sun


(Raquetball Court 1)
Tuesday: 7 a.m. Command
Cardio Pump with LaPlace;
11:30 a.m. Lunch Crunch
CORE Training with Ruthie
(Raquetball Court 3); 3 p.m.
Fitness Equipment Training
with Ruthie (sign up); 4:30 p.m.
Indoor Cycling with Ruthie
Wednesday: 7 a.m. Beach
Bootcamp with Heather (meets
Field 6); 11:30 a.m. Fitness
Equipment Training (sign-up)
with LaPlace; 11:30 a.m. Indoor
Cycling with Ruthie; 2 p.m.
Strength Solutions & Flexibility
Fix-Ups for Injuries with
LaPlace; 3 p.m. FEP Training
with Ruthie
Thursday: 6 a.m. Weight
Training for Warfighters with
LaPlace (meets weightroom); 7
a.m. Command Jump and Jab
with Ruthie; 11:30 a.m. Indoor
Cycling Interval Training with
LaPlace
Friday: 6:30 a.m. Indoor
Cycling with Ruthie; 7 a.m.
Beach Bootcamp with LaPlace
(meets Field 6); 9 a.m. Strength
Training Basics for Women
(sign up) with Heather; 9
a.m. Strength Solutions and
Flexibility Fix-Ups for Injuries
with LaPlace (meets at pool)



M WR
boxes throughout the base and
housing. Recyclables are also
accepted at building 1624 (the
Recycling Center) and build-
ing 412 (the Scrap Metal Yard
and Vehicle Scale). For DITY
moves, a vehicle scale is avail-
able at the Scrap Metal Yard
office, Bldg. 412. Cost is $5
(cash or check only) per weight.
Facility hours are Monday-
Friday 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 270-
5095
Surfside Fitness Center
The Fitness Center features
cardiovascular equipment, com-
plete Nautilus Nitro strength
training circuit, a full slate of
fitness classes and personal
trainers. There is no charge for
active duty, retirees, reservists,
and their family members and
DoD and NAF civilians. Guests
are welcome with a sponsor for
$3 per day. Surfside hours are
5 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday,
8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, and
closed on Sunday and holidays.
270-7718/7719
Vehicle Storage Facility
Vehicle Storage provides a


-Photo courtesy of MWR
Sailors work out on the new outdoor circuit training apparatus, located outside the gymnasium,
i'ith MWR Fitness Director Emily Savoca. It is a total body workout, including back extension,
pull-up, knee raise, push-up, abdominal curl and tricep dip. A similar station is soon to be placed
at the deep end of the NS pool to assist the SAR swimmers in their training.



Facilities


secure area to store vehicles,
boats, trailers and recreation-
al vehicles. Parking is free for
deployed sailors for their pri-
mary automobile. Recreational
vehicles are stored at a sepa-
rate secure location for $38 per
month or $456 per year. 270-
7022.
Veterinary Clinic
The Veterinary Clinic offers
affordable quality pet care for all
Active Duty, Retiree, Reservists
and their families. The facil-



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FRCSE
By CWO3 Dale Waldrop
FRCSE Mayport PAO
Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast Mayport recently
held two frocking ceremonies
and advanced twenty-five out-
standing personnel to the next
paygrade. This 35.8 percent
advancement rate has been the
largest for FRCSE Mayport in
more than a year.
In the first frocking ceremony
held May 30, Lt. Cmdr. Michael
Barriere presented four First
Class Petty Officer frocking let-
ters and five Second Class Petty
Officer frocking letters.
After completing a two-day
Petty Officer Indoctrination
course at FRCSE Mayport,
Barriere presented 16 newly
Third Class Petty Officers with
their frocking letters on June 1.
"Rising to the rank of Third
Class Petty Officer is a signifi-
cant event in a military career
because it is the first step as a
non-commissioned officer and
carries with it a large responsi-
bility as a future leader of per-
sonnel," Barriere said during
the ceremony.
The last frocking letter
waiting to be presented is to
AEAN Jason Williams who
is currently serving IA duty


On July 14, the Mayport USO
is hosting another Yard Sale.
Inside tables are $10 and out-
side tables are $5. Please call
or come by now to reserve your
space.
Tickets to Adventure Landing,
on Beach Boulevard, are now
available at the USO! Tickets
to the Waterpark are $19 and
tickets to the Waterpark PLUS
five "dry" attractions are $31.
The Jacksonville Axemen
are partnering with two local
charities, including the Greater
Jacksonville USO and will
allow those charities to keep
50 percent of all the ticket
sale revenue that they gener-
ate. Visit www.jaxaxe.com for
full schedule details. Season
Tickets are $20 and will get you
entry into all five home games
and the 2007 AMNRL Grand
Final (National Championship
namer) that will hbe nlnved nt


Sailors Frocked


-Photo courtesy of FRCSE Mayport
FRCSE personnel hold frocking letters to First Class and Second
Class Petty Officers, which they received during a May 30 frocking


ceremony.
in Iraq. Williams who is from
Texas, reported to FRCSE
Mayport in December 2005,
where he was assigned to the
Avionics Division working on
Electronic Sub-Assembly Test
Set (ESATS). He left FRCSE
Mayport on February 2007
whereby he completed training
and reported for duty in Iraq on
April 2007.
FRCSE Mayport continues to
lead the way by providing qual-

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the Hodges Stadium at UNF on
Saturday Aug. 25. Single Game
Tickets will always be available
at the gate on game day for $5.
The USO is selling Pepsi 400
tickets for the race on July 7
at the Daytona International
Speedway. Tickets range in
price from $45 to $126. For
more information regarding
ticket pricing and seats avail-
able, please visit www.usojax.
org.
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
dcetail


ity time to command personnel
for professional in-rate training
and basic military requirements
as well as, mandated general
military training.
The senior enlisted personnel
led by CMDCM Brad Shepherd
is the driving force behind the
commands successful advance-
ment rate and selection for
COMFLTFORCOM Retention
Excellence Award for 2005 and
2006.




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.
There is a computer resource
center available to all service
members with email, Internet
and word processing. Fax, copy
and free notary service is also
available.
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
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ple of volunteer opportunities
available through NS Mayport
and Volunteer Jacksonville. For
more information, call Dianne
Parker at 542-5380 or you can
immediately sign-up online for
opportunities using www.volun-
teer gateway acksonville.org.
July 5 Beaches Cleanup
The City of Jacksonville's
Clean It Up, Green It Up
Division and the Beaches Sea
Turtle Patrol will coordinate
the annual Beaches Cleanup on
July 5. Volunteers will remove
litter and debris along the
shoreline, enhancing the beau-
ty and safety of Jacksonville's
beaches. Advance registration
is NOT required for the event.
Litter bags and gloves will be
distributed to volunteers from
7-9 a.m. at the following loca-
tions: Atlantic Boulevard at the
ocean; Beach Boulevard at the
ocean; 16th Avenue South in
Jacksonville Beach at the ocean.
Participants must be at least 18
or accompanied by an adult and
should bring water and wear
sturdy footwear and sun protec-
tion. For more information, con-
tact Clean It Up, Green It Up at
630-3420 or visit www.coj.net,
keyword search "beaches clean-
up." The cleanup will only be
cancelled in the event of severe
weather warnings.
St. Johns County Housing
Partnership
The St. Johns County Housing
Partnership is in need of vol-
unteers to help build a wheel
chair ramp in Hastings. Please
Contact Wendy at wlayton @
usojax.com if you can help.
Lea's Place
Lea's Place is a volunteer
program, on-call 24 hours a
day, 7 days a week to help the
Department of Children and
Families take care of children
who have been removed from
abusive or neglectful situa-
tions or who have been aban-
doned. Volunteers assist Child
Protective Investigators with
feeding, bathing and playing
with the children. They may
also assist in the clothes clos-
et, providing the children with
clean clothing. 360-7091.
Dogtoberfest
First Coast No More
Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) is


asking for volunteers, sponsors,
and vendors for Dogtoberfest,
its annual fundraising dog walk
and dog costume contest. The
event is scheduled for Oct. 3 at
Dog Wood Park. Nearly 1,000
animal companions partici-
pated last year and many more
are expected in 2007. Proceeds
from the event will further the
mission of the 501 (c)(3) chari-
table organization to help fami-
lies spay and neuter their pets
with free and low-cost spay/
neuter programs. Since 2003
FCNMHP has assisted with over
20,000 spay and neuter surger-
ies. For more information about
participation in Dogtoberfest,
contact Janet Wesley, 904-338-
9039, janetwesley @fcnmhp.
org.
NS Mayport Retired
Activities Office
Naval Station Mayport is cur-
rently searching for committed
volunteers to serve the local
retiree community in the Retired
Activities Office (RAO) located
in the Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC). RAO volunteers
maintain the vital link between
the retiree, local military com-
munities and other government
and non-government agencies.
Call the FFSC at (904) 270-
6600 Ext. 110
I.M. Sulzbacher Center for
the Homeless
Volunteering at the I.M.
Sulzbacher Center for the
Homeless The I.M. Sulzbacher
Center for the Homeless serves
more than 1,000 well-balanced,
nutritious and delicious meals
per day, every day of the year.
These meals are prepared and
served with the help of more
than 100 civic, religious and
business organizations from
the Jacksonville community.
Annually, these Volunteer Meal
Groups provide over one hun-
dred thousand dollars in support
and more than 13,000 hours of
volunteer time. Serving meals at
the Center is a fun and feel-good
way to give back to the commu-
nity. For information about vol-
unteering at the I.M. Sulzbacher
Center for the Homeless call
904.394.1356. Also, see www.
imshomelesscenter.org/volun-
teers.html
Dignity U Wear
Volunteers are needed to help


process clothing in order to
fulfill the needs of our clients.
Volunteers are needed Monday
thru Friday 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. and
9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday. They
also can help raise awareness
of our mission, introducing us
and our cause to their friends.
Contact a Michelle Charron at
(904) 636-9455 for information
on volunteering.
Children's Home Society
Children's Home Society
(CHS) has been providing
services to children and their
families since 1902. Started in
Jacksonville, CHS is a state-
wide non-profit agency pro-
viding services such as foster
care, adoption, child abuse
prevention, group shelters, and
mentoring. CHS's MODEL
(Mentors Opening Doors
Enriching Lives) Program
matches volunteers with chil-
dren ages 4-18 who have a par-
ent incarcerated in prison. We
are seeking volunteers that will
commit to a minimum of one
hour per week for one year with
a child. Volunteers need to be at
least 21 years old and complete
an interview and background
screening. For anyone inter-
ested in additional information
or becoming a mentor, please
contact Christine Small at 904-
493-7747 or by email at
Cultural Center
At Ponte Vedra Beach
Cultural Center At Ponte
Vedra Beach is looking for
volunteers to help mentor chil-
dren in an after school arts pro-
gram at Mayport Elementary
school. If you are interested in
this opportunity, please contact
Mary Marx, Executive Director
of the Cultural Center of Ponte
Vedra Beach at 904-280-0117.
USO Welcome Center
Volunteers are needed to
welcome service members and
their families, coordinate trans-
portation to local bases, and
other assistance as required
at the USO Welcome Center
~ Jacksonville International
Airport. Volunteers receive
free parking during their shift.
Contact Lynne, Volunteer
Coordinator at 904-305-4467
or lynne @usojax.com for more
details.


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Turning Up The Heat


CS Become Accredited Sous Chefs


-Photos by MCSN Patrick J. Cook
Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Corey Glenn takes the core out of an
artichoke as part of his practical exam to become a certified Sous


Chef.
By MCSN Patrick J. Cook
Fleet Public. Center,
Det Southeast
Culinary Specialists (CS)
from the Oasis Galley, aboard
Naval Station Mayport, tested
their cooking skills as they were
examined by the American
Culinary Federation in order to
become certified Sous Chefs.
Eight CS's ranging from E-4
to E-6 became accredited Sous
Chefs Friday after they finished
participating in a two-week
program aboard Naval Station
Mayport, Fla. The class, which
taught the Sailors additional
skills to those achieved through
their "A" school, required six
to eight hours of practice a day
leading up to a practical exam
followed by a written exam.
"Participating in the pro-
gram really allows the Sailors
to reflect on their rate," said
Guenther Reetz, a culinary
instructor at 1st Coast Technical
Institute. "It will help them to


accomplish more in the Navy
and give them the technical
knowledge they need to pursue
a career once they get out."
The practical portion of the
exam focused on food safety
and sanitation, organization,
work habits, utilization of
ingredients, use of allotted time,
craftsmanship and portion size.
The Sailors were scored using
these guidelines as well as the
flavor, texture, presentation and
nutritional balance. Each par-
ticipant prepared a meal from
scratch consisting of a salad
with a vinaigrette dressing,
steamed artichokes, rice pilaf,
a poached fish, which they fil-
leted themselves, and a strip
steak cooked medium rare.
"The course was as demand-
ing as it was beneficial," said
Culinary Specialist 2nd Class
Corey Glenn. "Focusing on
a restaurant environment and
encompassing those skills in the
Navy will really enhance our


Culinary Specialists from Oasis Galley, aboard Naval Station Mayport, prepared food as part of an exam to become certified Sous
Chefs. The Sailors prepared for the test for two weeks and then had two hours to utilize their skills to earn their certification from the
American Culinary Federation.


customer service."
Between December and June
the Navy Region Southeast has
conducted this training three
times, initiating it at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville, Fla., Naval
Submarine Base Kings Bay,
Ga., and now Naval Station
Mayport, Fla., with future bases
expected to be pursued every
three months.
"Even though the class was
aimed at the individual, I'm
glad I got to participate in it
here at Mayport with my ship-
mates," said Culinary Specialist
2nd Class Natasha Brice. "It
was a difficult course, but the
support we showed each other
was what helped us get through
it".
"This was an intense two-
week course," said Chief
Culinary Specialist Felix Soto.
"I'm proud to see our Sailors
will walk out of here as certi-
fied professional chefs!"


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Culinary Specialists 2nd Class Natasha Brice drizzles butter over a flounder while Senior Chief
Culinary Specialist Edgardo Pabon looks on. Brice is participating in a practical exam, in which she
had to prepare several dishes using her skills, and take a written exam to become a certified Sous
Chef from the American Culinary Federation. Brice is one of eight Sailors from Oasis Galley, aboard
Naval Station Mayport, who prepared for the two-hour exam after an intense two-week training ses-
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JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Great loc., 1 block to
ocean, pool, laundry rm,
no pets. Studios $515; 1br
$615; 2br $715. 904-249-5368

WESTSIDE $149Sec dep
Special. 1BR, $440.
Call 388-7317
WESTSIDE 1 br effi-
ciency, fen yd, $500/mo
+ util's. 908-5729
HUD VOUCHERS WELCOME!
NEWLY REMODELED!
LARGE 1, 2, & 3 BR APTS
(904) 751 -1510



BEACH JACKSON-
VILLE AAAH Beauty!
Luxury 2/2 $1675mo.
Avail now. 1-800-758-7658
MAYPORT -Courtyards
of. 2/2, Ig br and Ig ba,
fncd patio, storage rm,
new appl, $895 235-9304
MIDDLEBURG
2BR,2.5BA,water view in
culdesac. $1200 Lease/Purch.
opt Avail. 861-8693
ORANGE PARK EAGLE
HARBORBrand new in
The Enclave, 2/2, gar &
storage rm, 1517sf
w/addtl scrn patio,
granite counters, SS
apple, wd blinds & more,
pool & tenn member-
ship incid, $1400 272-0133
San Marco Place New
2/2 spacious corner, w/d,
pool, tennis, gym $1500.
$200. off 1st 2 months
rent. Call 954-802-9449
SOUTHSIDE SONOMA
New 3/2, gated, pool view,
granite. Lease $1150mo
or sale $149K; 631-3663
, SOUTHSIDE- Belle
Rive luxury new
3/2.5, garage, SS
appls, TV, pool.
$1275 mo; lease or own.
904-716-6696
SOUTHSIDE St. John's
Town Center -1 /1 condo
w/attached garage.
Screened balcony, W/D
in unit, Appliances
under warranty. Gated
community w/pool and
fitness center. Avail-
able 8/1 $950. 410-533-5119



ATLANTIC BCH Rent To
Own or Sell. 4/2.5, 2 story
1800sf. 904-635-6861
908 Majestic Cypress Dr N.
SARGYLE- Beauti-
ful 4/3BR 2 Bath,
built May 04, Fire-
place, lakeview,
clubhouse w/pools, ten-
nis court, near NAS For
Rent: 1,100 Rent to Buy
Reduced. 803-6617 or
772-7795
* Arlington, Suthside *
Westside, Northside
* Stop Paying Rent!
*New Homes in the $100's
No Money?
* No Credit? *
No Problem! *
* Possible Rent To Own
*Call Dave 904-881-6653 *

4, ARLINGTON-
4/2 Brick Ranch on
3/4 acre fenced lot.
C complete remodel
2000sf. & 2 car attached
garage. $1850+ $900
deposit. Call 864-354-9101
Arlington
FREE MONTH RENT
pro-rated over a 12mnth
period, a security
deposit of $300 W.A.C.
1, 2 & 3BR's.
Grande Oaks Townhomes.
For details 904-744-4244
ATLANTIC BEACH- 3/2,
Totally remodeled,
large kit $1300/mo 8 biks
to the ocean 904-304-4813
ATLANTIC BCH Newly
remodeled 1300sf home,
3/2. $1200m. 1183 Violet
St., 904-616-9503.
4 BEAUTIFUL
HOUSE 3yr old, 3
or 4 bedroom, 2
bath, fireplace,
Lakeview, watersoft-
ener, luxury Master
Bedroom, luxury Bath,
Club house w/pools, ten-
nis court, and more!
$206,900. Or rent $1,100.
Rent to own! 772-7795 or
803-6617
CLAY CO. Rent to own
new spacious 3/2, brick
home near pool & A+
schls. $1395. 904-759-4181
SFleming Island,
Eagle Harbor-
ON WATER-
5BR/3BA, 2700sf, FL
room w/heat & AC, free
heated pool, tennis &
golf in community.
REDUCED from
$2,000/mto $1,825/m.
542-7908
SFleming Island-
.|Eagle Harbor Lake-
front, 4bed/2 bath, 2
car garage with
Florida Room, ceramic
and laminated floor,
central air and ceiling
fans, backyard fence,
fishing deck, 4 ft side-
walk, "A" rated schools,
one block from boat
ramp. $1,450 mo. Please
call 904-803-4287
SIntracoastal West-
Gately Oaks, 1602
Sarah Towers. 4/2,
10 miles from May-
port, $1450 mo, large
deck, wooded lot,
891-5843
INTRACOASTAL WEST
-immac 3/2, corner lot,
top rated Chet's Creek
Elem. Tiled/ scrnd
porch, w/d. Must see,
approved pets accept-
able $1500mo. 813-0304
Intracoastal West 3/2 w/
garage for rent.
$1200mo. +dep. No
smoking, pets. Clean
904-241-8173
4 Julington Creek-
Pine Chase. 2668
sqft. surrounded by
Wetlands. $2000 a
month. Call 230-4106.
4 Kensington-
4BR/2BA, 2041 sf,
cooled 12x30 Florida
Room w/sink, 10x12
shed, $1500/month, no
dogs allowed; available
August 1st. Call Kurt at
307-8023 or Helen at
699-5102 for details.
Kensington Pool Comm.
culdesac, wood & Tile
floors fenced yard
small pet okay 1350.00
month will do a 6 month
lease or lease opt to
buy) 742-6230
Kensington Pool comm
3/2 culdesac wood & tile
flooring, fenced yard.
Below market at 217,900
will pay 4,000 towards
closing cost 742-6230.
KINGSLAND. 5 bedroom,
3 bath home for rent in
The Lakes. $1200 per
month. PCS transfer.
912-882-7188 or
904-891 -8056
a Mandarin
2 Story 4/2.5 Home
V| 3,000sf, semi-fur-
nished, $1600/m,
Call 338-1264


Mandarin-3/2, Best
schools, near NAS
Jax. 295/95, appli-
ances furnished,
W/D included, huge
backyard, deposit,
bkrnd/credit required.
$1190/m. 904-349-8664
4 MANDARIN, New 2
BR/2 BA Town-
home for rent due
to pcs. Garage,
Lanai, Gated. Inter-
ested call: 410-726-7138
MAYPORT- cute 2/1.5
$695/mo redone inside &
out. all appl's new cpt
Accent of Jax 394-0694


MOVING ???
Contact: Doris
Jakes @ Bear
Realty Inc. Bus #:
(904)234-5753.
Email: lakes-
doris@yahoo.com
"We Care About
our Customers"
Tour to Tour

OAKLEAF PEBBLE
CREEK 3/2, 1300sf $1150,
4/2 1500sf $1200. CAN
NONS PT- 4/2, 1 750sf
$1300 & 4/2, 2400SF $1400
Avail August. Mayport 10
min. to base, 2/2.5 condo
w/free cable/ internet
$1045 No pets. Call
249-7676 press 2, Realty
Executives, Ponte Vedra
ORANGE PARK RTO
new 4/3 in Eagle Landing,
$1850mo. Call
352-201-0658
4, ORTEGA- 4 miles
to NAS. 3 br/1.5 ba.
1600 sqft. Very safe
neighborhood. Pets
allowed. $1095/mo.
Call Theresa 355-8883
ORTEGA FARMS
Cottages, w/d 2BR $550.
1BR $475mo0.
No pets/smkng 3881335
Riverside For Sale By Owner
Rent to own
Stockton School Dist.
1200sf, 3 and 1 + office,
hrdwd firs. $1100mo +
down payment. For more
details Call 904-838-5800
SOUTHSIDE T/H, 3/2.5,
den, 1 car gar, gated,
6mi to gate, $1200mo.
Call 813-767-3921
4, WESTSIDE- Nice 4
BR/2 BA,
w/garage. PCS
orders. Sell or Rent,
$1450 OBO. Adams Lake,
Call 904-654-2366
WESTSIDE, 4/2 fenced,
screened patio, CH/A,
$850 mo, $850 dep., cony
to NAS. Please call
Susan 328-0980 PCS.




WESTSIDE 2/1 on pvt lot,
CH/A, scrn por, bk par,
W/D, no pets, $650+dep.
incl wtr & garbage,
635-2400 or 695-9638



SOUTHSIDE/Beach Blvd.
Share clean 2br house,
$500mo. w/free uitls Own
transport. 904-219-9634
Southside 4 miles to UNF
cable & utilities
included $485. 722-3124




, ORANGE PARK-
Share Large 2-story
home with pool.
$400( includes utili-
ties) + deposit. 612-6646
SAN MARCO $100wk, all
bills incl. Last chance to
earn extra cash running
e-bay bus. w/me. 403-9324
LUXURY ROOMS
w/AAicrowave & Refrig!
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 7253343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211





F LARGE
1 BDRM
Excellent Location
2 Blocks 2 Ocean
Ocean View from
Balcony
Ver y Clean at i0
NoaPets \U3

h 642-1214
S241-1219 mA


NASSAU CO Commercial
property zone Cl, Yulee
1500SF, store space can
be added on easily for
additional stores. Great
for insurance business,
real estate, doctors
office or any business.
120FT. on US 17 S. road
frontage, 300 FT. deep
paved corner lot, $569K.
Call 904-225-0922 or
904-225-2076





DOWNTOWN-FREE
RENT!!!
Perfect Location. Please
call 904-355-8311 ext 235






ADORABLE
CUSTOMERS Low
cost Low Overhead
Jacksonville Area
Franchise. Visit us at
www.kinderdance.com
or call 800-554-2334


Dry Cleaners Drop Off
Location for sale. Great
location. (904) 525-3888





REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class July 9
8 Week Eve Class Aug 20
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 2692555
Florida Real Estate Institute














* Job Fairs
* Resume Service
* Accounting/
Bookkeeping
* Advertising/Media
* Architecture/
Interior Design/
Graphics Design
* Automotive Sales/
Service
* Aviation
* Civil Service/
Government/
Public Administration
* Computer Hardware/
Software/
Programming
* Construction
* Customer Service
* Dental
* Domestic Services/

* Delivery Driver
* Education/Teaching/
Training

* Entertainment
* Executive/
Management
* Finance/Investment
* General Employment
* Hotel/Hospitality/
Tourism
* Industrial Trades
* Insurance
* Landscaping/Grounds
Maintenance
* Law Enforcement/
Security/Safety
* Legal
* Maintenance/
Janitorial Services
* Manufacturing
* Marketing
* Medical/Health Care
* Marine/Trade
* Nurses/Nurses Aides
* Office/Clerical/
Administration
* Part-Time
* Personal Services/
Beauty
* Real Estate/Property
Management
* Recreation/Sports/
Fitness
* Restaurant/Bar/Club/
Food/Beverages
* Retail
* Sales
* Science/Research
* Social Services/

* Technical Support
* Telemarketing
* Transportation
* Warehousel/Inventory
* Work at Home
* Positions Wanted




SWidow needs lady
on social security
live-in, lite house-
rkeeping exchange
room, board, salary
background check, ref-
erences. Call 388-9001


COURIER/DRIVER
FT & PT independent
contractors. Knowledge
of Jax roadways. Reli-
able van, pick-up, SUV
or box truck req. 3 yr
clean MVR. Bckgrnd &
Drug screen. Proof of
Ins. 904-674-2295 EOE


w/ warehouse duties.
Entry level, $8hr.
Apply in person at
The Parts House 10321
Fortune Parkway, Bldg
400. Drug Free wkplc
FLAT BED REEFER
TANKER Class A CDL,
reg & OTR $700 / $1200up.
lyr min OTR exp. HIth
ins. Call 813-267-1811




HANDY PERSON
Regal Entertainment
Group seeks Handy Per-
son at Regal Avenues
Stadium 20 location.
Exp. preferred, trans-
portation necessary, and
work will be @ more
than one location.
Please apply in person
at Regal Avenues Sta-
dium 20, Phillips High-
way, Jacksonville FL.






SECURITY
OFFICERS
ST. MARYS, GA
$8.75/hr
Guardsmark is inter
viewing for officers
at premier account in
St. Marys. All shifts
available. Free health
insurance, life insur-
ance, 401(k),
uniforms provided.
Call 888/915-3456 or
904/731-2060.
FL Lic. #BB9700027
www.
guardsmark.com

SECURITY OFFICERS
Immediate Openings
class D. lic. req'd
PT Available
CALL NOW
744-1900 X 1





Maintenance:
Building Maintenance
Position- Excellent
Benefits! Experience
Pays! Inside/Outside
Jobs! Day Shift!
5 yrs. exp.
5912 New Kings
Road, Jacksonville





PROGRAM MANAGER-
for growing Maritime
company needed with
BS in management or
engineering & USCG
Chief Engineer limited.
Both with minimum 10
years experience to
support government
contract on Kings Bay.
fax resume to
850-452-2325




OPHTHALMIC TECHNICIANS
to work in support of the
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Certification with 2
years of experience
required. PRK and
LASIK knowledge a
plus. For immediate
consideration contact
Veronica at 866-912-5500
or fax/ email resume to
757-436-6843
vvannlowe@chesapeakectr.com

Part Time


Arlington Area

We are looking for
reliable men and
women for paper
route independent
contractors.

*Must be Bondable
*Have dependable
transportation
(preferably a van)
*And home phone.
If this interest you,
please call and
eave a message
with your name,
address and phone
number. Call

904- 359-4137
or
904-483-6537

Beacon
Center
10909 Atlantic Blvd.
Suite 10


APT. ASST. MGR. F/T
with leasing skills for
Ft. Caroline Apt. Comm.
Backgrd & drug test req.
Competitive salary w/full
benefits, inclg 401 K.
Fax resume to: The
Dunes Apts. 904-641-7135




DANCERS NEEDED
$$1 00$$
PAID DAILY
Passion 641-5033
DANCERS DANCERS
$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
DANCE RS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370
DANCERS NEEDED
PARADISE ISLAND
Call 998-3111
DJ, DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
6415033
Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110



Driver-Jacksonville Terminal
A GUARANTEED A


Dedicated Shorthaul
Avg. $683 $907/week
NO TOUCH FREIGHT
85% preloaded/
pretarped CDL-A req'd
877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
DRIVER WANTED
NEED MONEY FAST???
Drive Yellow Cab.
Make as much as you
need! Must have good
background.493-5250 dfw



TRANSPORTATION, INC.
Looking for Professional
Flatbed Drivers.
Minimum two years OTR
experience. Clean MVR,
CDL "A" License, stable
work history, home
most weekends. Our
drivers earn up to
.47cpm. Good benefits
package. Ph:888-809-1476



FIVE STAR
S* HEATING&AIR,
S Retired AAilitiary
F Family Owned;
change out sepcialist,
Lic & Ins CAC#1815374 Free
Est. on new equip, sales.
Vil. & Sen. Citizens discount
C H R I S 755-7760



I Child Care
Opening ages 2-4,
S for more info call
779-9548 or visit
www/litt lebizzybeezday-
care.com. License
#F04Du0412, Mrs. Branda
4 KIDS FIRST
24 hr State Certi-
fied Family Day-
care located in the
Westside. Call Irene at
(904)619-4539 or
(904)424-8584



BEST MASSAGE in JAX
Westside. McManus Rd.
446-5504 Appt only
#MM14752



All Professional Painting &
Waterproofing Services Int
& ext, resid & comm, lic &
ins, 28 yrs exp, refs, FREE
estimates Quality work
10% off all lobs 904-786-9827



SAir Conditioner
SSamsung, 5000
BTU, 18"x13"x13".
Excellent condition.
$50 OBO.
4 FEDDERS AC, 7500
BTU, 15' X 20',
Excellent condition.
$60.00 OBO.


Appliances-


SAir Conditioner 110
Volt, 13,500 BTU.
Nearly New. Win-
dow Unit. $125.
269-2152
Dryer / Washer,
Big Cap, Exc. condition,
$195.00 735-9170
SGE Microwave
(White) $50. Win-
dow A/C Unit $50.
Guardian Genera-
tor Automatic transfer
switch 16 circuits. $200.
269-7224
SRefrigerator, GE
Arctica, black,
side-by-side,
ice/water dispenser,
like new, must sell!
Mayport Housing, $550
OBO. 904-521-7424, uss-
blanch@yahoo.com
Washer & Dryer For Sale
Full size, Kenmore, only
used 6 months. $400 for
both! 863-412-8085


Commercial/Industrial
For Sale
Commercial/Industrial
For Rent
Businesses for Sale
Office Space For Sale
Office Space For Rent
Retail For Sale
Retail For Rent
St. Johns Commercial/
Industrial For Sale
St. Johns Commercial/
Industrial For Rent
St. Johns Businesses for Sale
St. Johns Office Space For Sale
St. Johns Office Space For
Rent
St. Johns Retail For Sale
St. Johns Retail For Rent





Motivated Owner
Relocating 4BR/2BA
House, 1745sf, new
roof, tiles, zoned
OCG-2, $325,000 434-1187


SGreat Shape, $280,
Can Deliver Call
994-0100


WASHER&DRYER-Ken-
more, excellent cond,
$180. Call 904-838-5411.


, Washer and Dryer;
Kenmore washer
large capacity;
magic chef dryer
heavy duty; both work
well; both $250. 272-4227


4 Washer and dryer.
Amana, 2-speed,
stainless steel tubs.
Good Condition.
$100 each. Call
912-576-2044- home
912-674-0161-cell


White Gas Range
Never used, $350.
Leave msg at
292-2239


Check out
the deals in

Ed's Warehouse
ad in this
weeks paper.
(904) 765-9677



S271 Panasonic TV,
$100. 912-322-9426

BOSE 904 Speakers
$100.00; Uniden
BC3000 XLT Scan-
ner. $100.00
4 Sony and Apex 27"
Color TV's $75 each.

TV, 2 color 27" TVs
$75 each.
Call 249-1666


B. Langston Presents
6000 San Jose Blvd.
Fine antiques, decorator
furn., pottery, silver,
china, iron, jewelry.
Thur 2:30-4:30,
Fri. 9-4. #1205 at end
of University Blvd. S.
www.blangston.com

ORTEGA
Estate/Garage Sale:
GIANT:
Items: furniture, accesso-
ries, marine, kitchen, gar-
den, crafts, pet items,
Christmas, electronics;
Sat. June 30 & Sun. July 1;
8am-4pm ABSOLUTELY
NO EARLY BIRDS!
5112 Pebble Isle Dr.
Directions 573-2451

ORTEGA
Garage Sale: GIANT:
Items: furniture, acces-
sories, marine, kitchen,
garden, crafts, pet
items, Christmas, elec-
tronics; Sat. June 30 &
Sun. July 1; 8am-4pm
ABSOLUTELY
NO EARLY BIRDS!
5112 Pebble Isle Dr.
Directions 573-2451


BED- A Back Problem?
Memory Foam Sets from
$399 Call 904-674-0405
BED A Bang Up Price!
Pillowtop Sets Brand New
Queen $135 King $275
Can Deliver. 904-674-0405
t. Couch $250. Washer
& Dryer, $75 each.
'/Spring Queen $150.
Microwave $35. T.V. $50.
End/Table w/ lamps $15.
Bakers Rack. 264-6814
SDESK- dark roll top
desk. $250.
Call 912-729-2928
Dining set for 6;
excellent condition;
solid cherry,
rectangle with
extra leaf. $500.
Call 912-510-0261
Drexel China Hutch
and buffet (antique)
$150. Antique RCA
radio/record player
cabinet w/ records. $150.
Call 269-7224


Entertainment
Center-
Solid Wood, Cherry
Stain. 2 Surge
strips, holds 37" TV, 5
shelves, 2 drawers, 2
disk storage drawers,
$750. 904-378-9222

4 Florida Room Set:
sofa, swivel rocker
and ottoman, end
tables and coffee
table, great condition
$900. Green oversized
Recliner w/massager
$75.00, wicker rocker
with ottoman. $50.00.
Call 904-992-6893

Ford F-350 XLT '99
5spd, V-10, 4wd,
Pwr everything,
Custom bed, 102k
mi, $11,000 Call
352-235-6143

, Free 1927 white
rotary electric sew-
ing machine
including direc-
tions. Book #12 needs
repair. call 781-8083


I AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK BOARD FORD LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO SATURN OF AVENUES
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600 St, Augustine 353-6797 895 N. Ronald Reagan Bhid. 10863 Philips Hwy. 262.7145
l Florida's Super Duty Headquarters Longwood/Orlando Fl 407-339-3443 SATURN OF ORANGE PARK

AUDI JACKSONVILLE PAUL CLARK 8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000 FORD-MERCURY MATHENY LAND ROVER SATURN OF REGENCY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200
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BENTLEY ORLANDO Green Cove Springs 264-4502
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. MIKE SHAD FORD LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
Longwood/Orlando F 407-339-3443 At The Avenues 10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000 10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325 F IMIt] ll,1 ;ll,;t * *NI

TOM BUSH BMW MIKE DAVIDSON FORD NORTH FLORIDA LINCOLN MERCURY
9850 Atlantic Blvd, 725-0911 AT REGENCY 4620 Southside Bivd. 642-4100 KEN CHANCEY SUZUKI
6914 Blanding Blvd 777-2500 9650 Atlantic Blvd 725-3060 GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY 1285 CassatAve. 389-7700
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000 CITY SUZUKI
IMIKE SHAD FORD 10585 Atlantic Blvd, 998-7111

GARBER BUICK OF ORANGE PARK cityautonotive.co
Green Cove Springs 264-4502 7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673 LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE l

KEY BUICK ll wwwlotusofjacksonville.com
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992 ARLINGTON TOYOTA

e ,l gy :Tr NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC 1112_1_3 T 10939 Atlantic Blvd 302-6762
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826 COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC COGGIN GMC TRUCKS TOM BUSH MAZDA 10564 Philips Hwy 262-0338
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA

NIMNICHT CADILLAC GARBER GMC TRUCKS MAZDA CITY 6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700 GARBER GMC TRUCKS 6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600 LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA

PARKER CADILLAC Green Cove Springs 264-4502 2995 US 1 South St. Aug
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E 7.7 7r; r "]. COGGIN HONDA ON ATLANTIC BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. 3 CERNIE PALMER TO T Ave 39456
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COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES COGGIN HONDA 1,tti c B lv 4
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CREST CHEVROLET 2898 U.S. Hwy1 S. 1-800-456-1689 TOM BUSH MINI 1481 Wells Road 269-2603
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880 DUVAL HONDA 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 O'STEEN VW

GARBER CHEVY 1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900 11401 Philips Hwy 322-5100
Green Cove Springs 264-4502 LOU SOBH HONDA TOM BUSH VW

GORDON CHEV LOU 9850 Atlantic Blvd 725-0911
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200 OF THE AVENUES CITY MITSUBISHI tt

JERRY HAMM CHEV 11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300 10585AtlanticBlvd. 565-2489 O
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PINEVIEW CHEVROLET 7801 Blanding Blvd, 269-2277 Yof ORANGE PARK 2525 Phlips Hwy. 396-5486
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GEORGE MOORE CHEV wwwcityautomotivecom PROFESSIONAL
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FRANK GRIFFIN l 2755 US 1 SouthSt BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
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1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111 1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400 PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER

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S Futon Bed-
Full size mattress
and wood frame.
$250 Negotiable,
510-7104, leave message.
A Garage Sale June
29th and 30th,
Fleming Island. 474
Springbrook Dr.
8:00-? Cash & Carry!
4 Garage Sale Satur-
day, June 30th,
7am-? 146 Lakeside
Drive, Kingsland
HEADBOARD, Sold Oak
Suite King Headboard,
night stands, top stor-
age cabinets triple
dresser; excellent condi-
tion. $550.00 OBO.
Ca ll 276-3736
t 4 in 1 Bed w/Chang-
ing Table Dresser
$100. Chest Freezer,
$75. Table saw w/6
blades $150 OBO.
King Size Mattress
& Box Springs
Simmons
Beautyrest Firm, 20
months old. Perfect
condition. $100 OBO.
Call Brad 729-1225
A Lamp $10; Wall
/ unit, $50; wood
Computer desk $50;
Backers Rack $15.
Washer & Dryer $75
each. grill $50 264-6814
Livingroom Set-
Ethan Allen Sleeper
couch, country
style, including two
chairs, $275. 885-2911
Mahogany antique beauti-
ful sideboard w/spindle
legs $650, Queen Iron
bed w/bedding $350,
black triple dresser$200,
black leather reclining
sofa $400, black leather
recliner $275, antique
kitchen cupboard $200,
old cedar chest (refin-
ished) on queen anne
legs $400, foyer cabinet
$375. Call 904 386-4210
Master Bedroom
set includes double
bed, mattress, box-
spring, chest of
drawers, triple dresser
with mirror; Only $300.
272-4227
MATTRESS King Size
New, Still in Plastic, $185
Must sell 904-674-0405
MATTRESS Queen Set.
Brand New in plastic $125
Must sell 904-674-0405
Media Cabinet. Shelves,
locking doors,
woodgrain, stores lots of
tapes, dics, and more.
Like New. $40.
Call 268-2482
4 Patio table
with four chairs
with four pads,
green back and
seat pads sturdy.
Call 221-6688. $65.00
5 PC Glass Nook
Set with 2 match-
ing barchairs and 4
votive cup chande-
lier. Exc. condition. Ask-
ing $450. Call Mrs.JoAnn
at 710-3298 LV MSG.
4 Recently
Reupholstered 9 ft
couch & 6 ft couch,
both in Great
Cond, John 904-612-9998
Shaker Bedroom
Set King Thomas-
ville Dovetail Const.
Include Dresser,
Armoire, $4,000 new,
$750. 885-2911
Sofa and Loveseat
with four built in
recliners. Brand
new and tan
leather. Cost- $1350, Sac-
rifice $850. Call 249-1666
S Sofa-Great
Condition, $175, Call
264-6364. Color
Mauve by Century
Sofa, queen size
sleeper and
matching loveseat,
$95 OBO. Both in
good condition.
Call 904-276-8243
tL SOFA- very nice
pillow, eight foot
sofa, paid $700,
selling $250. Call
292-9130


TV STAND, two door,
white, solid wood, new
at Target. $100, asking
$40, like new.
904-521-7424,
ussblanch@yahoo.com
Video/Music Cabinet-
Keep your DVDs, CDs,
VHS Tapes in this Cabi-
net. Woodgrain doors.
Like New, $40. 268-2482
Westside-3/2, 1400sf,
1 yr old, like new,
Military transfer,
Call Courtney Pru-
dential 334-6422 $182,000



T Arlington Area-
TVs, DVDs, cloth-
ing, & more. 8057
Charmont Dr. South
Raymur Villas Complex.
904-651-3299
Intracoastal Indoor
moving sale! Every-
thing must go! Lots of
furn. Call for appt 297-3301
Y MULTI FAMILY
YARD SALE, July
7th 7:30 AM til 3:00
PM, Argyle Forest
and Staples Mill, Look
for signs.
Saturday 6/30,
8am-2pm, 1108 Bris-
tol Hammock Cr,
Kingsland Off Lau-
rel Island Pkwy, Tools,
Antiques, Appils, Furn
Southside Garage Sale
Sat. 6/30; 8am-6pm
6418 Salis Dr.
WESTSIDE- Sat.
June 30th. 8 AM-1
PM, 4339 Timu-
quana Road, baby
household items; drum,
collectibles.
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



SCraftsman Lawn
Tractor 20 HPIC
Electric Start, 6spd,
Needs ignition
switch, new in 1992, has
extras. $500 OBO
910-0250
4, MURRAY Tape
Mower, 30" cut. 12.5
HP, good condition.
$450. OBO. Call
542-1350
& PHAZER by
EXMARK like new,
only 20 hours used,
34"" mulching deck
with a 19 hp Kawasaki
engine. Warranty will
transfer to new owner.
$5,000 If interested con-
tact Joe Carr after 4:00
PM. Cell # is 742-7373



Tissot Gold Watch
in Box- All Paper-
work, 1 time ask-
ing $100. Call John
904-612-9998



h w Blue Huko Walker
Seat Storage hand
brakes, large tires,
like new call
786-4591 or 534-7734.
Only $85.s



4, 27" Sharp TV
Excellent Condition,
$200; Hitachi TV
Excellent condition
$200; 27" Qauzer TV
excellent condition $200;
Big Screen TV $500;
Pier One Iron Dinner
Table w/ four chairs,
$250. Call 334-7651
4 Above Ground Pool
steps/ladder.
Adjustable for 48"
to 56" deep pools.
Vinyl with a stainless
hardware. Ladder out-
side, child safety steps
inside. Perfect condi-
tion. Over $300 New.
Asking $185. 912-882-3875


Aquarium-40 gal
hexagon w/wood
Stand, Pump, filter
extras, $275 for all,
call for details 534-2571
Bowflex Ultimate
Home G ym-90+
exercises, includes
lat tower, leg
attachment 310 Ibs of
resistance. Excellent
condition, $550. 880-7008

4B Brick pavers
heavy duty
antiques pavers
with various
markings. 100 years
old. Ideal for patios
sidewalks $1 ea.
268-8656

, Electric Scooter Jet
3 Ultra excellent
condition, new bat-
tery charger and
batteries. Call 786-4591
or 534-7734. Only $450.00
A Flagbox, doghouse
style, 17" H X 26W,
beautiful oak,
like new, $40.
904-781-7076
Folding ping-pong
table. $100. Ever-
last punching bag.
(100#) $35.
Call 269-7224
Left behind series
books, set of thir-
teen hardbound,
excellent condition.
$40. 904-781-7076
^ Patio Table-Chairs,
Umbrella, Com-
puter/TV Cabinet, 2
table lamps, more
items. Spring Cleaning.
Make offer. 904-269-2258
or 269-2258
Riding Mower+
.| Trailer $1100
tL Treadmill-$100 Rod
and Reels-$50
Honda Riding Lawn-
mower-$500. 6'x12' dual
axle trailer $1000.
904-272-7352
F Silverware Set
Formal, By Oneida.
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4, Wetsuit for Diving
3x, Henderson
Hyper Stretch,
Used 2 times. Pur-
chased new-$100. Call
Dan 221-5912 or cell
568-4813




Pepsi 400 Daytona Race
Tickets Nextel Cup,
Busch Series, and Rolex
Sports Cars. Call Mike
269-0459









Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted



2 Free Female
Tabby Cats To
Good Home-Vacci-
nated, Both 3 yrs
old, will separate, call
(912)674-8438

BEAGLES AKCO10wks
Chmp bloodlines $300ea.
259-5342/904-364-8027

FISH TANK 125 Gallon,
Cherrywood with over
$500 worth of accesso-
ries. Call Kim
904-778-2464 for more
information.

GERMAN SHEPHERD
Puppies AKC 912-617-2604
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17' Searay 1998 Su li
Bowrider, 100
Horsepower, mer- AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
cury outboard runs MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
Aviation great, new upholstery. ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Boats All accessories. $3600 Sales, Service, Parts
Bot OBO. 912- 576- 9698. Glenn J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Sailboats Alachua (386) 4623039
Boat Dockage & 1-800-541-6439
Rentals
Marine Equipment Bass Boat, 1977-8S5HP Q Fleetwood Prowler
and Supplies motorith trolling 92, 24ftVery Good
RV Rentals Includes depth/fish Caditing,d Hunting,
RV's and Supplies finder and more. $1,000. Asking $5000. 289-4307,
lAnntonrIles/IAini (912)510-9001 571-0459


* f65SX- RI000 2006
Sblk/silver, show
S room condition, 2700
miles, must see,
offer includes 2 helmets,
2 jackets, pair of
aI tiST S" Win M s goes and 1 bike cover.
For only $9,000

R-1000 106 Show-
room Condition,
offer 4ncudes all
riding gear, $9,000 OBO
0It Are ~ (21 0)412-7815

Jet 3 U ltra, very
good condition, new
7 batteries, works
and runs great. Call


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L HARLEY DAVID-
SON 1971 900 Iron
Head Sportster
$5300.00 OBO
Looks real good too...
Wide Glide Front end,
Dual Disc Breaks, Cus-
tom Handle Bars, Some
Chrome, Electric & Kick
Start, Mini Windshield,
Mustang Seat, 16" Rear
Wheel, Lowered 4", New
Clutch, Newer Saddle
Bags & Tool bag and a
Fat Bob Gas Tank...Lots
of custom work (a lot of
money) done to this
bike. The bike runs
great. I can't ride any
longer...Consider trade
for boat (good for fish-
ing and family)
904-276-7786 or
cell 904-401-1927
SPassenger Seat for
a Fatboy HD Call
with offer, Jon
904-612-9998
4 Santee Softtail 2000
Custom. 100 cuin
revtech, 6 speed
revtech. 180 rear
tire, 1400 miles, asking
$8500. OBO. 576-7686
SUZUKI '05
Blvd Cruiser, black, cus-
tom, bags, 6600 mi, mint
cond. $5400 904-823-2116
4 Yamaha V-Star '03
Lots of Extras, Cus-
torm Paint Fairing,
One of a Kind, Only
4700 Miles 904-612-9998


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personnel stationed in our communities

donated 505,907 hours of volunteer

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904-779-8100 904-565-2489
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1995 to 2001 Soft
Leather Black
Seats-Exc Cond,
asking $120 OBO.
Call 291-2388, 994-4687,
994-4682
4. Engine Stand-
Heavy Duty Engine
Build, 360 degree
rotation, $55. Call
264-6364
Jeep Hardtop with
upper doors.$350
OBO. Call
912-882-4724
SSet of four Motegi
Racing Alloy Rims
16" x 7", four lug,
great condition.
$120.00 Call Paul 620-9387
4, Volvo 240 Items:
New Alternator,
tool kit, unused
donut space, car
cover, server/repair
manuals. Call 268-2482




Porsche 911 Targa '74
White, black leather,
100%, restored, 25k
invested. Best offer
(912)882-7174 or
(912)573-3250



ACURA RSX '06
Leather, sunroof,
CD. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
r ACURA TSX '04
Navigation, CD,
sunroof, only 37,000
miles. $20,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA TSX'04
More fun than You
Deserve! 6spd, 192 HP,
sunroof, 6 disc CD, Ithr,
29 mpg, $13,900. Call
904-305-3224
, Blue Pontiac Grand
Prix '02 Mint Cond,
Runs Excellent,
Fully Loaded,
$11,000 OBO
(210)412-7815
4 B BMW 325Ci 2002,
Blue, premium
package, CD,
Moon roof, Garaged,
Excellent Condition.
Very clean, mainten
records. Asking $17K.
850-776-0912
BMW 325i '06
SNav, CD, leather,
like new. $31,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 330ci '04 Only
14,000 miles. $30,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 BMW 528i '98
White, Ithr interior,
sport pkg, moon
roof, CD, Cassette,
$7,500 904-505-7078
BMW 7451i '04.
Fully equip, only
41K miles. $40,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BUICK ULTRA '04 Ready
for the street. Priced to
sell at $13,995. 389-7700
/7 CADILLAC DEV-
ILLE '05. Only 17K
miles, pearl white.
$20,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE





SStyxx would like to
invite all friends
I and customers to |
stop by or call I
him...
Bring in this ad for
extra savings!

Military and First
Time Buyers
Welcome!

Want to be treated
like family, come to
NIMNICHT
CHEVROLET
1550 CASSAT AVE
891-3898
387-4041
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SChevrolet Lumina
1992, runs great,
new tires, front
brakes and battery.
$1850. OBO. Home
282-3468, WK 370-0043
CHEVY CAVALIER '03
Perfect fit for any bud-
get or first time buyer.
Only $6,495!! 389-7700
f CHEVY
CORVETTE '01
Silver/gray, 6spd,
Like New, Head Up
Display. $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Chevy Suburban
1990, 472 BBC 700R4
8" lift 3" body life,
39.5" Boggers, 35"
procomps. 1 ton drive
train. Asking $6500/OBO.
576-7686
4, Chrysler T&C 96,
V6, leather, new
tires, AC, fully
equipped, 127K
miles. $3,900.
Call 272-9423
CHRYSLER 300 '06 The
Working Man's Bentley!!
Only $369/mo. 389-7700
N CHRYSLER 300C
'06. Leather, CD,
sunroof, navigation.
AWD. Only $25,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER *

CROSSFIRE
2004 I
"Blazing Red"
Limited Edition

SELLER!!
I Loaded, 36,000 mi. |
7/70 Warranty, 1
exc. cond.
*REDUCED*
$18,500 OBO
S612-8015

CHYSLER PT CRUISER
'06 28K mi, warr! Take
over $279 pymts 389-7700
Corvette
SConvertible '89
Black, w/hardtop.
o 383 engine, too fast
for us! $13,500. A Must
See, (912)552-2825 or
(912)576-9257
1D Dodge Caravan
1995, loaded plus
hand controls. Call
912- 729-2928
DODGE CALIBER '07.
Low miles, like new,
$199/mo WAC. 899-5853
2, Fish Tank octagon
20 Gal; all included.
Currently running.
$75. utility trailer
4x8 feet holds 42' cut
ridding lawn tractor.
$300. OBO. 887-9042 or


777-8120
4 S Ford Explorer
Sport XLT. 2003;
one owner.
43,000 miles.
Looks/runs great.
Keyless entry. $10K.
Call Jamie 376-5357
FORD
EXPLORER, good
condition, sunroof, 4
door combo lock
security system, towing
package. Must see!!
Call 226-1033. $6500
, FORD F-150 Super-
cab STX, 4X4 05',
Dark stone pre-
mium sound, $20,000
904-718-1644
FORD FOCUS XZ3 0 3
Low miles, excellent
condition. $7850. 899-5853
FORD FOCUS '06
8270 miles, best value
around $99 down gets you
driving! Call 389-7700
FORD MUSTANG GT '06
Slick and quick... Won't
last! Only $20,499 389-7700
HONDA CIVIC '05
Coupe. 34,000 miles.
White/tan. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


HONDA F2000- '05, 1
OWNER, 7700 mi, mfg
warrty until 3/09 perfect
$24,450 located Palm
Coast Fl 617-827-1198
HYUNDAI XG350'04
Chrome rims, sunroof
loaded!! Only $199/mo.
Call 389-7700
INFINITI Q45- '95, BIk
tan int, runs great needs
paint & some int work
168K $2400 859-1342
SJaguar XJ6 1994,
157K, AT Power
everything, sun
roof, new paint,
runs great. Van Plow
edition. $3500. Call
904-294-8186. Must See! !
JAGUAR X-TYPE
S '05. Only 17K miles
$19,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LEXUS ES330 '04 Ride in
Style!! Priced to move at
$20,995. Call 389-7700
g Lexus GS300 2002,
gold with rims, dvd
player and 4 new
tires. Call Kim at
904-778-2464
SLEXUS LX450 1997.
151,000 miles, runs
excellent, loaded
$9000 OBO.
Phone-912-729-4830 after
5:00 PM.
(7 MAZDA 6 '04
Silver/gray, CD,
AT, leather $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
3, Mazda Millenia S
S01 Loaded, Low
mileage, great con-
dition, $12,000 OBO.
Call Travis (904)378-9964
4, Monte Carlo "SS"
1985. 305 ENS Runs
$2,000 OBO. Call
908-6024 for more
details.
4, Nissan 240SX 1989,
fastback, charcoal
gray, 5 speed with
sun roof, runs good.
$1200
Call 276-0383
SNISSAN 350Z Con-
vertible Touring
'04. 28K mi. $25,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NI SSAN 300ZX -'86, 99k
mi, V6, $4100 obo. Good
Cond 217-0385
NISSAN ALTIMA'05 28K
miles! Bank Repo! Take
over pmts $289mo.389-7700
NISSAN MAXIMA SE '04
Leather, sunroof.
$349/mo WAC. 899-5853

NISSAN
SENTRA
2005
1.8S Great
on Gas!
4 door
Sedan Sport
Edition 30K
By Owner
$10,995 OBO
282-7610

NISSAN SENTRA'07
11K miles, full factory
warranty $269mo. 389-7700
3, Nissan Xterra SE
2001, 4x4 fully
loaded, 83K, extras,
0lo-iack, six CD
changer, free lifetime
alignment, balance and
tire rotation. $11,200.
Call 542-1000 Ext. 172
, Pontiac Grand Prix
GT 2002, blue, 45.5K
miles, mint condi-
tion, runs excellent!
Two tone leather inte-
rior, pwr window, locks,
seats, sunroof, Bosf
speaker system, key-
less entry. $11,000 OBO.
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
'05 Need more room?
Big car, small payment
only $289/mo. 389-7700
PONTIAC VIBE '03
34,282 mi, gas saver w/all
the space $289mo.389-7700
SUZUKI AERIO '03 Great
Student Car, 51K miles
Only $369/mo. 389-7700
SUZUKI VERONA '04
Garage kept/excellent
condition, must see! Only
$6,995. Call 389-7700
TOYOTA AVALON
'06 Limited, Fully
Equipped. $29,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA COROLLA '05
49K miles, gas saver, cold
A/C. $11,995/mo. 389-7700








2004 FORD
THUNDERBIRD
Covertible with h/top,
low miles
$25,900
2006 CHRYSLER
300 Touring
White
$22,500
2003 AUDI TT
Coupe, AT. 26,000 mi
$22,900
2002 AUDI TT
Cabrio. Red
$22,900
2004 BMW 330Ci
Cabrio. Sport pack,
AT, low miles
$34,900
2005 BMW 325i
Auto, white, SR
$27,900
2004 BMW 740i
Black, fact warr
$45,900
2003 BMW 540ia
Low miles
$29,900
2006 INFINITI
QX56
Loaded, fact warr.
$39,900
2006 CHEVY
CORVETTE
Coupe, Burgundy
$43,900
2005 BMW 530i
fact. warranty
$37,900
2006 MINI
COOPER
Loaded, only 10,000 mi
$24,900
2004 JEEP
WRANGLER
SAHARA. Black
$17,900
2001 TOYOTA
COROLLA S
S/R, auto, fact.
warranty
$13,900
2005 ACURA TL


White, fact warr.
$27,900
2004 JEEP
LIBERTY
Low Miles, 4x4 Lim
$19,900
2005 MINI
COOPER
Convertible, Red
$23,900
2006 INFINITI
G35 Black, SR, auto
$26,900
2007 TOYOTA
FJ CRUISER
$27,900
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Toyota Corolla '05-
AC/Auto, power
windows, power
doors, spoiler, sport
pkg, 6 CD, beautiful car,
perfect condition, 4 yr
extended warr. $12,000,
Will not last long
772-7795 or 803-6617
STOYOTA CAMRY
HYBRID '07. Like
new, equip $24,990
998-0012
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(y TOYOTA
COROLLA '05. Only
30K miles. $11,980
998-0012
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TOYOTA YARIS '07. 6K
miles, auto, 4dr.
$199/mo. Call 899-5853
VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
Convertible GLS '03.
Low miles, loaded
$12,995. Call 899-5853
Vo VOLVO S80 '07
Only 1,000 miles.
$33,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
, VOLVO V40 2004,
silver, sunroof,
leather, all power
$ $12,000 OBO
904-434-6498
4 Volvo V70 T5 2001,
loaded, sunroof, cd
changer, leather,
72,000 miles, $10,500
OBO. 904-434-6498
4, VW BEATLE GLS,
silver with black
| convertible top,
leather interior;
new tires, good condi-
tion. 904-264-0582
A VW BEETLE '03
Convertible, GLS.
Still under
Warranty! $17,900
OBO. Only 30k miles.
Monsoon 6-CD changer,
fuel economic!! Navy
Blue color, automatic.
254-5345
4, VW Beetle 2003
Convertible, gray
with black top,
leather seats, new
tires. $14,000. 264-0582
VW JETTA '07 4500 miles,
take over pymts of only
$199 a month! 389-7700

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$28,680 998-0012
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4L Chevy Colorado
Pickup '054 dr, AT,
AC, 4 cylinder,
15,000 miles, one
owner, like new, $16,000.
Ornge Park 904-272-7352
Chevy Pickup '95
V8 engine, needs
restoration, lots of
brand new parts.
$5,500. Call 904-338-8529
Chevy Silverado '04
Ext Cab, Black, 28k
S miles, 5.3 liter V8.
LOADED!
Smoke-free, bed cover,
Bose Premium, cloth,
tow pkg, IMMACU-
LATE, $18,000,
Negotiable. 912-674-3792
C, heavy Tahoe '02
56k miles, Fully
Loaded, 4 in Ran-
cho 33 in tires,
DVD/CD/TV, flip down
speakers, only asking
$21 k. 773-3890
DODGE DAKOTA
SLT '06. V8, 4dr,
only 4000 miles.
$18,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f7 DODGE RAM SLT
c 1500 Hemi Crew
Cab '05. $18,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE RAM QUAD
CAB SLT '03. Chrome
wheels. $9995. 899-5853
FORD ESCAPE XLT '04.
Low miles, auto. $9995.
Call 899-5853
y FORD EXPEDI-
TION '03. Fully
equipped. $16,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD EXPLORER XLT
'04. Loaded, low miles.
$9995. Call 899-5853
4, ord Expedition '98
Excellent Condition,
new tires, 20" rims,
in-dash TV/DVD,
flip down TV, $9,000
OBO. James
(904)608-4070
3 Ford Explorer XLT
o97 97k miles, Ithr
\J interior, new Mich-
elins, towing pkg,
fog lights, white ext,
gray i nt. $5,200.
904-338-4780
FORD F150 1995
4X4, 130K miles,
new tires, good
condition $7800
904 386-4210
FORD F150 4X4 '06
28,000 miles, bank repo!
Take over pymts at
$349/mo. Call 389-7700
f FORD F250 Super
Duty Turbo Diesel
4x4 '06 Lariat
$36,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SFord Ranger 1992.
V6, 5 spd., air, ps,
pb, aluminum top-
per. New clutch.
Bed mats. Exceptional
condition. $2225. 268-2482
( GMC DENALI '05
Leather, CD, DVD,
sunroof. Only 23,000
miles. $29,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 GMC ENVOY XL
Denali '05. Fully
equipped. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GMC ENVOY '04 58K mi,
loaded! priced to move at
only $15,699! Call 389-7700
HONDA ELEMENT '05
31,000 miles. $99 down
gets you an SUV built to
last!!! Call 389-7700
E HONDA PILOT
EXL '05. Naviga-
tion, CD, sunroof,
only 27K miles. $25,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( INFINITI FX45 '03
Only 35,000 miles.
Tech pkg $29,480
998-0012
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( LAND ROVER
RANGE ROVER
HSE '06. Like new,


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$49,880 998-0012
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NISSAN FRONTIER '02
Supercharged!!! Hard to
find! $99 down and it's
yours!! Call 389-7700
SNISSAN MURANO
'04. Leather, CD,
sunroof, only 36,000
mi. $23,980 998-0012
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SATURN OUT-
LOOK XR '07. Only
1,000 miles. Fully
equipped. $31,440
998-0012
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SCION xB '05. Loaded,
low miles. $159 per mo.
WAC. Call 899-5853
t SCION xB '06. Only
15,000 mi. Like new.
$15,760 998-0012
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VITARA EX '05
Only 18,000 miles
$14,980 998-0012
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TOYOTA 4 RUNNER '04
50k mi, silver, exc cond,
AM/FAA/CD. $18,800.
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