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2008 CHINFO Award Winner

HSL-60 Wins 2010 SecNav Safety

From Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of
the Navy for Safety
Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV)
Ray Mabus has announced his Safety
Excellence Awards recipients for
2010 including HSL-60 based at NS
The other winners include:
Ashore, Industrial, Category A:
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach
Ashore, Industrial, Category B:
Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow
and Southwest Regional Maintenance
Center (Tie)
Ashore, Industrial, Category
C: Naval Facilities Engineering
Command, Mid-Atlantic
Ashore, Non-Industrial, Category A:

Naval Base Coronado
Ashore, Non-Industrial, Category B:
Naval Base San Diego
Ashore, Non-Industrial, Category
C: Naval Station Norfolk Fleet
Operational/Fleet Support: 2D Marine
Aircraft Wing
Afloat, Large Deck Combatant: USS
Nassau (LHA 4)
Afloat, Surface Combatant: USS
Preble (DDG 88) Afloat, Amphibious:
USS Dubuque (LPD 8)
Afloat, Littoral Warfare: MCM Crew
Afloat, Submarine: USS Nevada
(SSBN 733)
Afloat, Auxiliary: USS Frank Cable
(AS 40)

Aviation, Navy Active Duty: Strike
Fighter Squadron 14 (VFA-14)
Aviation, Marine Corps Active Duty:
Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
362 (HMH-362)
Aviation, Marine Corps Reserve:
Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
772 (HMH-772)
Aviation, Training: Training
Squadron SEVEN (VT-7) Emerging
Center of Excellence: Weapon System
Explosives Safety Review Board,
Naval Sea Systems Command
Safety Integration in Acquisition:
Ship To Shore Connector, Amphibious
Warfare Program (PMS377)/Naval Sea
Systems Command
Mabus congratulated the recipients

in his ALNAV released DTG 081427Z
SEP 10.
"What you have accomplished in
the last year is proof-positive of your
'mission first, safety always' command
culture and your commitment to each
other, safety excellence, the nation,
and the advent of the Department of
the Navy as a world class safety orga-
nization," Mabus said.
The recipients will receive a plaque,
citation and the SECNAV's Safety
Excellence flag at a ceremony that will
be held Oct. 4 at 10 a.m. at the Navy
Memorial and Naval Heritage Center,
Washington, D.C. The chief of naval
operations and commandant, Marine
Corps have been invited to personally

thank the winners for their part in mak-
ing safety integral to the Department of
the Navy's culture. Navy and Marine
Corps members and their families are
invited to attend.
Recipients have the right to fly the
SECNAV Safety Excellence flag for
one year.
The Safety Excellence Awards
were established in 2002 by Gordon
R. England, who twice served as
SECNAV. It is the Department of the
Navy's premier tribute to commands
and programs that promote the safe-
ty of our Sailors, Marines and civil-
ians, and protect our aircraft, ships and
facilities from mishap.

-Photo by MCI Heather Ewton
i'.ci'n-), ii -Iold, Melany Karcher pins anchors on the collar of her father, Chief Yoeman Jason Karcher, during the official Chief Petty Officer Pinning Ceremony held
at the Base Chapel at Naval Station Mayport on Sept. 16. The ceremony represents the end of the selectee period and the beginning of the Sailors career as deckplate

CPPD Expands Operational Stress

Control Training On eLearning Site

From Center for Personal and Professional Development Public

The Center for Personal and Professional
Development (CPPD) has expanded its operational
stress control (OSC) training with eight new eLearning
courses designed for Navy leaders.
The interactive courses are now available on Navy
eLearning to petty officers, division officers, depart-
ment heads and senior enlisted personnel.
"These web-based offerings are part of the Navy's
effort to embed OSC concepts across all education
and training programs," said Cmdr. George Michaels,
CPPD's director of training. "This latest curriculum
builds on the foundational courses already taught to
more than 142,000 Sailors, family members and health
care providers. While these first courses provided all

Sailors with the insight and guidance they need to
navigate stress from day-to-days operations, the latest
content is aimed at leaders at all levels and can be used
to support commands' specific learning needs."
The OSC course delivery is intended to reach Sailors
and commands through a variety of platforms. Mixing
delivery methods, such as instructor-led and online
courses, helps address differing learning styles. In addi-
tion, regular reviews of existing courses keep the most
up-to-date information available to the fleet, while
development of additional lessons, such as those in the
Leadership Core Continuum (LCC), build on the latest
research and information available.
The newly developed enlisted OSC courses include:
Petty Officer 3rd Class, CPPD-OSC-PO3-1.0; Petty
Officer 2nd Class, CPPD-OSC-PO2-1.0; Petty Officer

1st Class, CPPD-OSC-P01-1.0 g; and Chief Petty
Officer, CPPD-OSC-CPO-1.0. The OSC officer cours-
es are all online courses and include: Division Officer,
CPPD-OSC-DO-1.0; Department Head, CPPD-OSC-
DH-1.0; Senior Enlisted, CPPD-OSC-SE-1.0; and
Command Leadership, CPPD-OSC-CL-1.0.
To access these courses, visit Navy Knowledge
Online at www.nko.navy.mil, click on "Navy eLearn-
ing" and conduct an advanced search for the appropri-
ate catalog code or course title. You can also choose
Bios'\ c Categories," then select "All Catalog Items,"
then "Department of the Navy (DON) Training" fol-
lowed by "Environmental and Safety."
The training can be located in the "What's New" box
at the bottom of the Navy eLearning homepage.






From ( .. of Naval Personnel Public

The Secretary of the Navy
has approved a revised phas-
ing plan for active duty officer
promotions beginning in fiscal
year 2011, as part of the Navy's
multiple efforts to achieve fiscal
Effective Oct. 1, active duty
officers selected for promotion
to the grades of captain, com-
mander and lieutenant com-
mander will be promoted at a
three percent per month rate
for 11 months, with the remain-
ing officers to be promoted in
September 2011. All officers
selected for promotion during
fiscal year 2011 will be promot-
ed in that fiscal year. This phas-
ing plan does not affect future
selection board promotion rates.
Unrestricted line and human
resources officers of the full-
time support community will
continue to promote at the same
rate as their active duty coun-
Under previous plans, five
percent of officers selected for
captain, commander and lieu-
tenant commander were pro-
moted in each of the first eight
months of the year, with 15
percent per month during the
remaining four months.
Vice Adm. Mark Ferguson,
chief of naval personnel, said
the plan contributes to keeping
the Navy's manpower account
in fiscal balance.
"We will continue to fulfill
mission requirements for 2011
while controlling growth in
manpower costs," Ferguson
said. "We will revisit this plan
each fiscal year."
For more information on
line and staff officer promo-
tion phasing plans, visit http://

Welcome Back! USS Hue City Prescription For Relationships
USS The Sullivans Returns Ship Remembers Namesake Battle Doctor Talks About Domestic Violence

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2 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, September 23, 2010

Personal Security

- It's That Important!

By Beth Wilson
Military Spouse Contributor
Over the last two weeks I
repeatedly sat shocked and sad-
dened by multiple news reports
of crimes committed as a result
of posts on Facebook, Twitter,
Foursquare, My Space or per-
sonal blogs. A jealous boyfriend
in Fresno brutally attacked his
girlfriend over what he believed
to be 'flirting' with a former
high school classmate. Homes
are targeted after posts on
Foursquare announce the home
is empty. A Facebook post, "I'm
heading out to the movies"
told unsavory friends that the
house would be empty plenty
of time to rob the house. Yes, I
said 'friends.' A security cam-
era revealed it was Facebook
Friends that committed the rob-

Per a recent Army briefing
I learned that 80% of what
our enemies learn about US
Homeland Security and our
deployed units is learned thru
unclassified information posted
in 'open sources' such as the
media, internet, chat rooms,
email, even unit support group
newsletters and your garbage.
As a military wife, like you,
I am conscious of the need to
keep my Sailor's schedule and
location close to home; OPSEC.
But what about PERSEC? What

about Personal Security?
In an age of new media we
need to expand our thinking
to include PERSEC. What do
your posts reveal about you? I
reviewed my history of posts
over the last few months and
discovered that inadvertently I
gave a lot of clues to my loca-
tion, size of family, deploy-
ment status, and schedule.
What I thought was sharing
'good news' announced things
like my husband isn't here,
I'm home alone. Sharing 'good
news' revealed my home would

be empty several times.
Across several conversations
I revealed whether I have chil-
dren, if I live on or off base,
my regular pattern of shopping,
my daily 'walking' routine, my
favorite coffee shop and when
I visit it...and would you
believe, in an effort to encour-
age 'disaster preparedness,' I
told where I keep my important
papers and a large amount of
cash. Holy COW! So someone
following me could figure out
that I am gone at a particular
time for certain amount of time,
that my husband was not there
and exactly where to find my
emergency preparedness stack
of cash. LOVELY...
I recently read a military
spouse blog that gave her hus-
band's full name, home town,

unit and even the dates of
deployment. She had a picture
of herself and her soldier. She
announced they were expect-
ing their first child (Nov 18th)
and the Baby Shower is sched-
uled for October 3rd with loca-
tion and time posted. I have a
friend who is a security expert
who told me how much we can
find out from her blog. With
the husband's full name, a
Google search revealed his date
of birth, year of marriage, full
name of the author and the cou-
ple's home address. And that is
more than enough to open them
to identity theft and criminal
What clues have you given?
Have you inadvertently, by
sharing exciting news (We're
going to Cancun! He'll be home

in TEN DAYS! I got a new
Mini!), informed others that
your home will be empty, you
are alone, desirable possessions
are available or other informa-
Next week we will look at the
top ten things we need to know
to keep ourselves and our fami-
lies safe. PERSEC it's not an
option and it's not complicated.
Connect with Beth on
Twitter (@Beth_Wilson),
Facebook (www.facebook.com/
EnlistedSpouseCommunity) or
email her at beth@homefrontin-
focus.com. Beth's on broadcast-
ing from the road don't miss
this month's internet broadcasts
at www.blogtalkradio.com/nht.

Navigate The College-Selection Process

Judy Cromartie
School Liaison Officer
It is that time in the senior
year when students need to
make some final decisions
about what they are going to
do after high school. To achieve
postsecondary training success,
the student will need to
1. investigate his interests,
abilities, and preferences to
help choose a career,
2. determine if that career
goal can be achieved at a uni-
versity, community college,
technical school, or through the
military either military ser-
vice or a military academy,
3. begin researching which

one of those choices will help
him to achieve his career goal,
4. create a plan which leads
to postsecondary training suc-
But why continue an educa-
tion after high school? With
today's economy, it is almost
impossible to support oneself
with just a high school diploma.
Further education means more
money! Here are a few reasons

to go to college from the web-
site www.ACT.org:
Every bit of education you
get after high school increases
the chances you'll earn good
pay. Most college graduates
earn more money during their
working years than people who
stop their education at high
school earn.
The more education you get
the more likely it is you will
always have a job. According to

one estimate, by the year 2028
there will be 19 million more
jobs for educated workers than
there are qualified people to fill
Continuing education after
high school is much more
important for your generation
than it was for your parents'
generation. Today most good
jobs require more than a high
school diploma. Businesses
want to hire people who know
how to think and solve prob-
Education beyond high
school gives you a lot of other
benefits, including meeting
new people, taking part in new
opportunities to explore your
interests, and experiencing suc-
The next question you may
ask yourself is, No%% that my
child has decided he wants
to attend college, how do we
decide which college he will
attend?" Researching and then
finding an answer to that ques-
tion forms the foundation of a
college search. An integral part

of this search will be to deter-
mine the following:
*What programs are offered
at that institution? If your child
is interested in marine biology,
and that is not offered at that
institution, you need to look
*What are the college's/
university's GPA admis-
sion requirements? Are they
the same for every program?
While most schools calculate
the admission GPA on the 18
core academic credits with
additional weight given to
grades of "C" or higher, they
carefully examine those 18 core
academic credits to make sure
they are in the most rigorous
courses offered at your child's
high school.
*What are the college's/
university's SAT/ACT score
requirements? Florida's college
advising website www.FACTS.
org will provide not only an
SAT/ACT score for college
admission, but other eligibility
requirements as well. You need
to look at the university your

child is interested in to deter-
mine last year's average SAT
and ACT scores for incoming
*How many freshman applied
and how many were actually
admitted? All of this informa-
tion can be found on www.
FACTS.org for Florida pub-
lic and private schools and on
the individual school's web-
site. These websites will also
list the average incoming GPA,
average class size, student-to-
faculty ratio, and many other
facts which may help your child
select the very best school for
Judy Cromartie is the
School Liaison Officer for NS
Mayport. If you have ques-
tions about this article or con-
cerns about an educational issue
impacting your child, she can
be reached via email at Judith.
cromartie@navy.mil or by
phone at (904) 270-6289 ext.
1305 [office] or ("114) 219-3894
[cell]. Or you can schedule a
meeting with her in her office in
Building One.

God Will Send Right Help When You Need It

Chaplain Eddy Logan

My young bride and I found
ourselves atop a coastal moun-

The Navy Exchange wants
to help its customers pay for
their children's college educa-
tion through its A-OK Student
Reward Program. Four times
per school year, four stu-
dents will be the recipients
of a $5,000, $3,000 $2,000
or $1,000 U.S. savings bond,
denominations at maturity. The
next drawing will be held at the
end of August 2010.
Any eligible full-time student
that has a B-grade point average
equivalent or better, as deter-
mined by their school system,
may enter the drawing. Eligible
students include dependent
children of active duty military
members, reservists and mili-
tary retirees enrolled in first
through 12th grade. Dependent
children without an individual
Dependent Identification Card

tain overlooking the Caribbean
Ocean. Being a male in a jeep
with beautiful woman at my
side, I cut the wheel hard to the
right and descended down a
winding dirt road. A half hour
later, we broke through the
dense tropical forest and caught
our first glimpse of paradise.
I had noticed several sets of
tire tracks along the water's
edge and decided to follow
them. We had crossed no more
than 30 feet of sand when
it happened: we were stuck.
After about 20 minutes of wast-

must be accompanied by their
sponsor to submit their entry.
Each student may enter only
once each grading period and
must re-enter with each qualify-
ing report card.
To enter the drawing, stop by
any NEX with a current report
card and have a NEX associate
verify the minimum grade aver-
age. Then fill out an entry card
and obtain an A-OK ID, which
entitles the student to discount
coupons for NEX products and
The Navy Exchange Service
Command (NEXCOM) has
been offering students a chance
to win a savings bond through
its A-OK Student Reward
Program since 1997. Since the
program began, NEXCOM has
awarded $504,000 in savings
bonds with the help of its gener-
ous vendor partners.

ing gas and digging trenches, I
paused to consider our options.
Climbing back up the mountain
was out of the question because
I doubted that my wife could
carry me that far. I thought
about using the wench on the
front of the jeep but remem-
bered that I had declined that
$15 "added feature."
As I returned to trench dig-
ging, I heard a voice break-
ing through the roar of the
engine. "Let off, let off; take
it easy." Looking up, I saw

a tall, slender man standing
slightly to the right of our jeep
holding a 3-gallon pale and a
3-foot machete. I could almost
see the headline, "Mutilated
Newlyweds Found After Four
Month Search."
In a fleeting moment of
weakness, I realized that I
didn't necessarily have to out
run this stranger, but really only
needed to outrun my wife (just
kidding). However, the panic
passed as I realized this guy
was simply offering his help.
We worked together for
another hour or so without
much success. Spotting two
4'x8' sheets of tin roofing, we
discovered them to be too long
to maneuver under the tires.

Undaunted, the islander used
his machete to reduce the sheets
to more manageable sizes.
With the help of this stranger,
we finally made it back to solid
The islander told us this was
the first time he had been on
this stretch of beach. After
a morning of fishing, he was
returning home to his wife and
eight children. His act of kind-
ness made a lasting impression
upon me. While the passing of
24 years may have erased his
name from my memory, I will
never forget his parting words
as he turned to go, "Just think
of me as a Godsend."
God's promise to be with us
is demonstrated in Isaiah 41:10;

"So do not fear, for I am with
you; do not be dismayed, for I
am your God. I will strengthen
you and help you; I will uphold
you with my righteous right
We have all experienced such
moments when the right person
seems to show up at the right
time. I sincerely believe these
encounters are just one of the
many ways that God reaches
out to us in our time of need.
My hope is that we do not see
such encounters as pure luck
or a mere coincidence, but that
we will see them for what they
truly are which is nothing less
than a "Godsend."

Additional Parent Programs at the Youth Center. All begin
at 6:30 pm.
Tuesday, Oct. 27 ESE and 504 Plans
Tuesday, Nov. 17 Gifted program
Tuesday, Jan. 26 The Financial Aid Process
Tuesday, Feb. 23 -Accelerated Courses
Tuesday, March 30 Duke's TIP Program
Tuesday, April 27 Selecting a Major

NEX Rewards

Students With

A-OK Program

Roman Catholic Mass
Sunday 9 a.m.
Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m.
Confessions: before & after mass
or upon request
CCD: Sunday 10:30 a.m.
Baptisms: class 3rd Sunday of
Protestant Worship
Sunday 10:30 a.m.
Sunday school 9:15 a.m.
Baptism: For information contact
your chaplain

Women's Bible Study
Wednesday 9:30 a.m.
Protestant choir
Wednesday 7 p.m.

MOPS (Mothers of
1t & 3rd Tuesdays each month
9:15 a.m.
For more information,
contact MOPS coordinator at

Contact Chaplain 6 months prior.
PREP is required

For more information,
call 270-5212.

Naval Station Mayport
Capt. A aron Bow m an .................................................................. ....................... Com m ending O officer
Cmdr. Patrick Pickard ................. ..... ...................... Executive Officer
CM D CM David Anderson .............................................................................. Com m and M aster Chief
Naval Station Mayport Editorial Staff
B ill A u stin ................ ......... ...... ......................................................... P u b lic A ffa irs O office r
M C 1 H weather Ew ton............................................................................... D deputy Public Affairs O officer
OS2 Shantae Salmon ....... ..... .......................... Assistant Public Affairs Officer
Pa ig e G n a n n ............................................................................................................................... E d ito r
A EA N M ichae l R oggio ................................................................................................................. Staff
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should be submitted to the Public Affairs Office, or mailed to:
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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, September 23, 2010 3

Gettysburg Wins Battle E For 2009

Survey Out

For Barrack

During the months of
September through November
the Bachelor Housing Staff
would like all Residents to par-
ticipate in the Annual Resident
Satisfaction Survey.
Building managers will be
distributing surveys it only
takes 10 minutes to complete.
It's confidential and please
know that your opinion matters!
This is your opportunity to
tell us how well we are doing or
what we need to improve on.


Needed For



Volunteers are needed in sup-
port of The 2010 International
Coastal Cleanup, to collect
litter and debris on the beach
and along the Jetties at Naval
Station Mayport. Participants
should plan to meet at 8 a.m.
on Sept. 25 at Jetties Pavilion
#3 (the eastern-most covered
pavilion) near Pelican Roost RV
Park on Bon Homme Richard
Street. This event will run until
approximately 10 a.m. Gloves
and garbage bags will be pro-
To learn more about the
International Coastal Cleanup,
go to: www.coastalcleanup.
org, or contact Naval Station
Mayport Water Quality
Program Manager, Scott
Dombrosky at 270-3188. Pre-
registration is not required.

From USS Gettysburg
USS Gettysburg is one of
only 27 ships to receive the
Battle E for 2009.
The calendar year-long
competition involves evalu-
ation by Surface Forces of a
ship's abilities in logistics,
material, engineering, dam-
age control, navigation, com-
mand and control, and air, sur-
face, and subsurface warfare.
Even if a ship meets these chal-
lenges, it still has to demon-
strate to the immediate superior
in command sustained superior
performance, operational effec-
tiveness, and continuous readi-
ness to be a contender for the
Battle "E."
During the months of July
and August, Gettysburg tack-

-Photo courtesy of USS Gettysburg
USS Gettysburg Combat Systems Officer, Lt. Cmdr. Lenard
Mitchell, CDMCM David Rudd, and FCC Russell Keith hold the
Battle E plaque awarded to USS Gettysburg for 2009.

led a series of Unit Level
Training Assessments (ULTA).
These assessments are to test
the ship's training proficiency
levels in warfare areas such as
engineering, damage control,
combat systems, and medical.
Afloat Training Group Mayport,
as the assessors, also cov-
ered combat systems defense
capabilities, seamanship, navi-
gation and deck operations.
Fire drills and simulated mis-
sile, small-boat attacks, preci-
sion anchoring, low-visibility
navigation, mass casualty, and
general quarters scenarios test-
ed every aspect of the ship's
warfare capabilities.
Gettysburg Sailors devoted
a lot of time, sweat, and lack

of sleep in order to ensure
Gettysburg's success. All
departments were required to
work together, more than ever,
to demonstrate that the crew is
capable of minimizing major
casualties and defend the ship
against enemy forces.
All areas met and/or exceed-
ed ULTRA requirements.
Specific examples include:
Damage Control, 80 percent;
Cryptologic Warfare, 96.81 per-
cent; Combat Systems, 96.49
percent; Intelligence, 94.55 per-
cent; Navigation, 91.56 percent;
Mobility Engineering, 80 per-

Veterans Invited To Take Part In Special

Recognition Ceremony At NS Mayport

From the Office OfCongressmanAnder
Fourth-Congressional District
veterans who served in the mil-
itary between 1941 and 1979
and have not already been rec-
ognized are invited to apply to
receive certificates of Special
Recognition from Congressman
Ander Crenshaw in a ceremo-
ny slated for this fall at Naval
Station Mayport. The appli-
cation deadline to receive the
honor is Oct. 8.
"It is my desire to honor all
who served in our armed forc-
es," said Crenshaw. "These men
and women answered the call of
duty. Some served during war
time; some kept the peace. All
were willing to put their lives at

risk to protect our freedom and
democracy. This ceremony will
help show our appreciation."
Over the past eight years,
Crenshaw has recognized hun-
dreds of veterans who served
during the periods of World War
II, Korean War and Vietnam.
This year's ceremony will rec-

ognize the contributions of all
who served in the U.S. Armed
Forces, including the Coast
Guard, Merchant Marines, and
National Guard during the dates
of 1941 and 1979. If you were
not recognized by Congressman
Crenshaw in past years for your
service during WW II, Korea or

Vietnam, or if you served dur-
ing periods when the United
States was not at war, then you
are eligible for recognition.
If you are a veteran who was
honorably discharged, live in
the 4th Congressional District,
and would like to participate,
please contact Congressman
Crenshaw's district offices in
Jacksonville (904-598-0481)
or Lake City (386-365-3316)
or call toll free 888.755-5607
if you live in the 850 area
code. You may also go to the
Congressman's web site at
www.Crenshaw.house.gov to
obtain an application. Click
on Constituent Services, then
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4 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, September 23, 2010

The Sullivans Returns From Deployment

Information Systems Technician 2nd Class (SW) Jasmmine Hudson holds her 3-year-old son
Fox after reuniting with him during USS The Sullivans homecoming on Sunday at Naval Station


By Ensign Alexander Brush
USS The Sullivans (DDG 68) Public
USS The Sullivans (DDG
68) returned from a challenging
and rewarding seven and a half
month independent Ballistic
Missile Defense deploy-
ment to the Arabian Gulf and
Mediterranean regions on Sept.
The 280 Sailors aboard The
Sullivans completed a wide
range of missions from partner-
ship-building exercises and for-
ward presence operations with
coalition navies to participation
in ongoing maritime security
operations and integration into
theater air and ballistic missile
defense organizations.
For a period of two months
The Sullivans was part of the
coalition maritime task group

responsible for security of
the of Al Basra Oil Terminal
in the Northern Arabian Gulf
and acted as the Maritime
Interception Operations (MIO)
Commander. The Sullivans
was responsible for providing
air surveillance and defense and
for directing the coalition forces
positioned around the termi-
nal to maintain security of the
critical offshore infrastructure.
With their flight deck and crew
capable of landing and refuel-
ing most of the military service
helicopters in the region and
the mobility of the ship's boats,
The Sullivans made an impor-
tant contribution to the overall
operation by providing for the
movement of people, material,
and supplies.
Elsewhere in the Arabian
Gulf, The Sullivans partici-

pated in operations with the
coalition forces of Combined
Task Force 152 designed to
enhance the safety and security
of the gulf maritime environ-
ment. Working with the coali-
tion command and other par-
ticipating navies, The Sullivans'
boarding teams made direct
contacts with waterman in the
region to learn about patterns
of life, hazards, and reports of
unlawful activities in an effort
to improve the awareness and
effectiveness of coalition forces.
Participation in joint multina-
tional exercises is another way
that The Sullivans enhanced
relations and contributed to
improved cooperation in the
During Exercises Nautical

See The Sullivans, Page 5

-Photos by Paige Gnann
Betzayra Guerceran, the goddaughter of Chaplain Andre Trofort, holds a sign to welcome the lieuten-
ant home from deployment with USS The Sullivans.

Damage Controlman 3rd Class Chris Polite reunites with his wife, Olivia, and 2-year-old son,
Daivon, after meeting his new 5-month-old baby, Trinity.

Cryptologic Technician Technical 2nd Class (SW) Chance Walker is introduced to his new 8-week-old
son, Chance Jr., by his wife, Chamee.

Engineman 2nd Class Alan Terry stands with his family after reuniting with them on the pier

Friends and families wave and yell at their Sailors as the ship pulls in to port.

Savannah, 9, and Mia Benedict, 4, wave to their father, Information Systems Technican 1st Class
Kevin Benedict, as USS The Sullivans pulls pierside after a seven month deployment.

THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, September 23, 2010 5

Gas Turbine System Technician Electricial 3rd Class Victor Doroy Interior Communications Electrician 1st Class Roy Snyder enjoys Lt. Cmdr. Doug Thompson, the Supply officer aboard USS The
reconnects with his wife Erin at the ship's homecoming. the 'first kiss"from wife Meagan. Sullivans, gets a welcome-home kiss from wife Brandy.

Sailor man the rails and search for their friends and family as USS The Sullivans pulls pierside at Naval Station Mayport after being
deployed for more than seven months.

Sonar Technician Surface 2nd Class (SW) Thomas Morris gets a
big welcome home from girlfriend Lyndsay Cole.

Engineman 2nd Class (SW) Roldan Hamilton poses with his wife Christi, son Gavyn, 6, and daugh-
terAlexis, 9.

The Sullivans From Page 4

Union and Stakenet, The
Sullivans operated with mari-
time forces from Saudi Arabia
and Kuwait in coalition-
enhancing events that included
Search and Rescue exercises,
several Maritime Infrastructure
Protection Exercise scenarios,
and various tactical formation
shiphandling, communications,
and command and control drills.
During their brief periods
in port, several crewmembers
volunteered for projects that
showed the good will of the
American people and enhanced
the Navy and American image
in the region. In Bahrain,
Sailors repaired equipment and
cleared a field for use as a play-
ground at a special-needs day
care center. Working through
the American Embassy in
Spain, a group from the ship led
by the Chief Petty Officers gave
their time to a cancer hospice
center during the ship's final
port visit in Malaga, where they
painted and repaired parts of the
facility and shared a morning

with patients.
"This seven month plus
deployment is a testament not
only to the dedication of our
Sailors, but also to the support
of our families," said Command
Master Chief Rafael Rosado.
"For many, it was their hard-
est deployment. Several Sailors
faced difficult challenges at
home, such as the loss of a
loved one. Our Ombudsmen,
Apryl Woods and Sarah Otto,
and our family support network
made it possible to execute the
mission at hand."
"The Sailors on this ship
have an Esprit de Corps to be
there for each other in times of
crisis at home and aboard the
ship," he added. "The Sullivans
Motto, 'We Stick Together,' is
not just words but a way of life
aboard this ship that is carried
back home. I should also men-
tion that the ship experienced a
60 percent turn over in person-
nel since the last deployment,
but responded to demanding
missions like a veteran crew in

every respect. The Sullivans
has exceeded every deployment
goal they set and will continue
to set the standard for the fleet.
What the crew accomplished
was incredible: 79 newly quali-
fied and re-qualified Enlisted
Surface Warfare Specialist
Sailors perfecting their craft
and hundreds of newly quali-
fied personnel in key positions
throughout the ship. I would
like to thank the families and
friends again because without
their support none of this could
have happened. We endured and
persevered because the families
and friends did. Well done!"
In all, The Sullivans visited
seven ports and countries, trav-
eled more than 35,000 nauti-
cal miles, transited the Suez
Canal twice, conducted 26
Replenishments at sea, along
with numerous small boat evo-
lutions and supported more than
100 helicopter flight hours dur-
ing its seven and a half month

Engineman 1st Class (SW) Wilberto Dejesus holds his family tightly after finding them pierside dur
ing the ship's homecoming celebration.

Quartermaster 1st Class Myesha Randle rushes into the arms of her husband, Senior Chief
Quartermaster Baron Randle, after being one of the first to disembark the ship as part of the "first
kiss' raffle.

6 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, September 23, 2010

New Fitness Schedule Pumps Up Zumba Fun

Surfside Fitness schedule is
as follows:
7 a.m., TRX
(weather permitting) Build
functional strength and muscu-
lar endurance with this suspen-
sion training system developed
by the Navy Seals. Now used
on military installations all
over the world, the TRX is a
space saving, portable tool used
to attain peak operational fit-
ness. Mayport's TRX training
area can be found behind the
Surfside Fitness Center.
9:30 a.m., Intro TRX
(weather permitting) Build
functional strength and muscu-
lar endurance with this suspen-
sion training system developed
by the Navy Seals. Now used
on military installations all
over the world, the TRX is a
space saving, portable tool used
to attain peak operational fit-
ness. Mayport's TRX training
area can be found behind the
Surfside Fitness Center.
10 a.m., Broken Hearts
A fitness program for those
who require cardiac rehabili-
tation. Program incorporates
a wide variety of fitness tools.
Blood pressure and heart rate
are monitored while progress is
11;30 a.m., Kickboxing
1 p.m., Moms in Motion
A monitored exercise pro-
gram designed for pregnant
women and new moms. This
class helps improve muscle
tone, ease stress, relieve back
pain, and increase energy. All
participants are required to sub-
mit a doctor's release to partici-
pate. Moms can bring babies in
carriers to this class. Held at
Surfside Fitness Center.
6:45 p.m., Yoga
A dynamic blend of breath-
ing, yoga postures, and relax-
ation techniques. This class
increases vitality, energy, calm,
agility, flexibility, mental and
physical strength in the body,
both internally and externally.

7:30 a.m., 20/20/20
A fusion of our Low Impact,
Resistance and Intro Mind
Body classes. Twenty minutes
will be devoted to cardio train-
ing, twenty minutes to strength
training and twenty minutes to
flexibility training.
11:30 a.m., Zumba
A fusion of hot, sexy and
explosive Latin American and
International dance music.
Caloric output, fat burning and
total body toning are maxi-
mized through fun and easy to
follow dance steps. Come expe-
rience the ultimate dance party
in this high energy, motivating
class that is great for both the
body and the mind.
1 p.m., Strength Solutions &
Flexibility Fix-Ups
This class assists in pre-
venting and overcoming inju-
ries. Ride the road to recov-
ery! Meets at Surfside Fitness
Center lobby.
2 p.m., NOFFS Nutrition &
Fitness Series
NOFFS (Navy Operational
Fitness and Fueling Series) is a
program designed to improve
the operational performance
of Navy personnel through fit-
ness and nutrition. Emphasis is
placed on injury prevention via
tissue management and refuel-
2:30 p.m. FEP Bootcamp
Bootcamp-style workout
regimens designed to improve
PFA scores, help you meet body
composition standards, and heal
and deter injuries. Get off the
FEP program quick when you
join this PT program. Meets
behind Surfside Fitness Center.
5:30 p.m., Kids' Clinic
5:30 p.m., Zumba Basics
Learn the basic dance steps
in four Latin dances; salsa,

cumbia, samba and merengue.
This is a 30- minute instruc-
tional program which will pre-
pare you for the regular Zumba
class. It is recommended you
master the basics before joining
the regular Zumba program.
7 a.m., Spartan
Unconventional training
for the unconventional war-
rior which centers on the art of
developing the body through
refined functional tactics.
Spartan Training employs a
combination of kettlebells, cal-
isthenics, sprint and distance
running, tire flips, sledge ham-
mers, sled drags, TRX, and
many other advanced train-
ing techniques. Meets behind
Surfside Fitness Center.
10 a.m., Broken Hearts
11:30 a.m., Step
1 p.m., Moms in Motion
5 p.m., TRX
(weather permitting) Build
functional strength and muscu-
lar endurance with this suspen-
sion training system developed
by the Navy Seals. Now used
on military installations all
over the world, the TRX is a
space saving, portable tool used
to attain peak operational fit-
ness. Mayport's TRX training
area can be found behind the
Surfside Fitness Center.
5:30 a.m., Zumba
6 a.m., Functional
This class consists of highly
effective flexibility regimen
that will strengthen, stretch and
relax the body. Say good-bye to
tense, tight aching muscles.
7 a.m., NOFFS Nutrition &
Fitness Series
NOFFS (Navy Operational
Fitness and Fueling Series) is a
program designed to improve
the operational performance

of Navy personnel through fit-
ness and nutrition. Emphasis is
placed on injury prevention via
tissue management and refuel-
9:30 a.m., 20/20/20
A fusion of our Low Impact,
Resistance and Intro Mind
Body classes. Twenty minutes
will be devoted to cardio train-
ing, twenty minutes to strength
training and twenty minutes to
flexibility training.
11:30 a.m., Zumba Basics &
Rhythmic strength train-
ing set to Latin music. Build
muscles and bum fat. Mueve la
11:30 a.m., TRX
(weather permitting) Build
functional strength and muscu-
lar endurance with this suspen-
sion training system developed
by the Navy Seals. Now used
on military installations all
over the world, the TRX is a
space saving, portable tool used
to attain peak operational fit-
ness. Mayport's TRX training
area can be found behind the
Surfside Fitness Center.
1 p.m., Strength Solutions &
Flexibility Fix-Ups
This class assists in pre-
venting and overcoming inju-
ries. Ride the road to recov-
ery! Meets at Surfside Fitness
Center lobby.
7 a.m., Beach Bootcamp
(weather permitting) This
Commando PT utilizes various
training techniques to achieve
the highest fitness levels pos-
sible. Meets behind Surfside
Fitness Center. Can accommo-
date 200+ personnel.
7:30 a.m., Zumba

The Gym Schedule is as fol-
6:30 a.m., Command Jump
and Jab
This class incorporates
jumpin, jabbin and jiven! A
prize-fighting workout that will
roll back time and fight fat for-

ever! Meets at Gym Basketball
Court 1A. Can accommodate
200+ personnel.
11:30 a.m., Weight Training
for War Fighters
An adrenaline producing
1-hour class devoted to build-
ing strength and stamina in
active duty personnel. Emphasis
is placed on sound, proven
weight training techniques.
Topics include squatology, sup-
plements and muscle growth.
Meets at Gym weight room.
2:30 p.m., FEP Spin & Row
5: 30 p.m., Spinning
7 a.m., Cardio, Combat &
In this heart-pounding full
body workout we break a seri-
ous sizzlin' sweat. This fusion
of cardio and resistance train-
ing will max out your exercise
afterburn. Meets at Gym bas-
ketball court 1A.
11:30 a.m., Spinning

7 a.m., Command Cardio
11:30 a.m., Weight Training
for War Fighters
An adrenaline producing
1-hour class devoted to build-
ing strength and stamina in
active duty personnel. Emphasis
is placed on sound, proven
weight training techniques.
Topics include squatology, sup-
plements and muscle growth.
Meets at Gym weight room.
11:30 a.m., Row-bics
6:30 a.m., Spinning
9:30 a.m., Intro to Spinning
11:30 a.m., Strength
Training Basics for Women
This introductory weight
training class is designed espe-
cially for women and includes
educational material and pro-
gram design. Meets at Gym
weight room.

Sports Challenge
S4-Day Command Competition
OCT. 5-8, 2010
Tuesday, Oct. 5
0830 **CO Challenge Canoe Race (Lake Wonderwood)
0900 Experienced Canoe Race (Lake Wonderwood)
0930* 3 on 3 Basketball (Gym)
1100 Bowling (Mayport Bowling Center)
1700* One Pitch Softball (Softball Complex)
Wednesday, Oct. 6
0800* Mini-Biathlon (Gym & Pool)
S0830* Strongman Competition (Surfside Fitness Center)
0930* Kickball (Softball Fields 1 & 2, Behind Medical)
Thursday. Oct. 7
0830* Golf (Windy Harbor Golf Club)
0900* Cricket Darts (Mayport Bowling Center)
Friy 1100* 8-Ball Pool (Mayport Bowling Center)
UiFriday. Oct. 8
0900* Volleyball (Behind Beachside Community Ctr.)
0900* Horseshoes (Behind Beachside Community Ctr.)
1130 Simon Says (Sea Otter Pavilion)
1200* **Tug-o-War (Beach Behind Sea Otter Pavilion)
1230 Awards Presentation (Sea Otter Pavilion)
S1230 Cookout (Sea Otter Pavilion)
*Sign-ups for these events must be turned in by 12 noon Wed Sept 29 so brackets can be made
"Bonus point event
In the event of an overall tie, a tie-breaker event will determine the wnner

Call 904270.5451 for info
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Naval Station Mayport Wins Dusk

Till Dawn Softball Tournament

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-Photo courtesy of MWR
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Friday night at 5 p.m., 12
men's softball teams gathered in
the gym lobby to draw for their
position in the 8th Annual Dusk
Till Dawn Softball Tournament.
Five teams from NAS JAX
ventured to the base to partici-
pate along with five Mayport
teams, a U.S. Coast Guard
team and the Mayport Fire
Department team.
Games began at 6 p.m. on the
misty Friday night and contin-
ued until the sun came up on
the horizon Saturday morning.
Based out of NAS JAX open-
ing the tournament with Game
1 was VPU1 (ODB'S) from
(Glow Worms).
Game 2 had USS Simpson
(Falcon Slayers) up against
the Mayport Fire Department
(AXEMEN) and in Game 3
NAVSTA took on the Coast
Guard. The Glow Worms in
their bright green uniforms
jumped to an early 9-1 win
along with the Axemen at 9-3
and NAVSTA at 32-2.
Game 4 had HSL-42 (Proud
Warriors) returning to the base
since their move to NAS JAX
in March up against the USS
Gettysburg (Rebels) with the
Proud Warriors winning a close
6-3 game.
In Game 5 put the Glow
Worms up against USS
Halyburton with Glow Worms
brightening up the field with
a 13-3 win. The Axemen did
not show any mercy to the now
NAS JAX HSL-44 (magnums)
as they went for their 11-0 win
in Game 6.
During Game 7 NAVSTA
moved ahead of NAS JAX
(ATC) team with a final
14-3 victory. Game 8 had
Grandmasters squeaking by
USS Boone with a 14-11 vic-
Game 9 sent Magnum out
of the competition when the
Gettysburg took control for
a 4-3 win. In Game 10 the
US Coast Guard sent USS
Halyburton to bed early with a
20-5 story.
During Game 11 the Falcon
Slayers were sent home by USS
Boone with their 20-4 win.
Game 12 ATC sent ODB's back
to JAX with their 26-0 victory.
Game 13 led the Axemen to
a clean 14-4 victory over the

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Glow Worms putting their fire
out and sending them to the
losers bracket while in Game
14 NAVSTA put the Proud
Warriors down for a 14-7 vic-
Game 15 began at midnight
with Boone sliding past ATC
in the 7th inning sending them
back to JAX with a 15-12 vic-
tory. Game 16 had the Coast
Guard back on track as they put
the Rebels out of commission
with a 25-3 win.
Game 17 was a very close
game as the Boone barely
squeezed past Glow Worms
with a 15-14 win.
Game 18 was just as close
with Proud Warriors slipping

past Coast Guard 22-21 sending
them home for the evening.
In Game 19 the Axemen
came short as NAVSTA moved
ahead 21-12. In Game 20 began
the trophy round as the Proud
Warriors put the fire out beating
the Axemen and leaving them
in 3rd place with a 12-0 victory.
At 5:15 a.m., NAVSTA and
Proud Warriors went head to
head for the final Championship
The game lasted more than
an hour and as the sun began to
rise NAVSTA began to cheer as
the official called the last play-
er for the Proud Warriors out
and then called the game with a
final score of 15-11.

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As tired as it may seem this
8th Annual Dusk Till Dawn all
night softball tournament had
been by far one of the best tour-
naments we have had at Naval
Station Mayport.
We are looking forward to
next year hosting the 96t Annual
Dusk till Dawn Tournament.
Until then we are in the begin-
ning of the 2010 Fall Softball
If your team is interested in
joining the league you can reg-
ister now at the gym. For more
information call 904-270-5451.

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Sept. 23: Thursday CPO
Social Hour. 3-7 p.m. at
Foc'sle CPO Club with thirty-
five cent wings, drink specials
and all-you-can-drink soft
drinks for only $1. Thursday
night is reserved for active and
retired Chief Petty Officers and
their guests. 270-5431
Sept. 24: Deadline for Fall
Sports Challenge. The Fall
Sports Challenge is Oct. 5-8.
Commands may pick up reg-
istration packets at the Base
Gym. 270-5451
Sept. 24: Free Summer
Outdoor Movie The Last
Airbender (PG). Start time is
at sunset (approximately 9 p.m.)
at Sea Otter Pavilion. Bring

The following activities tar-
get single or unaccompanied
Sailors. For more information,
call 270-7788/89 or stop by
Planet Mayport Single Sailor
Center and pick up the monthly
activity calendar with a com-
plete listing of all upcoming
Liberty events.
Sept. 23: Fall Barracks
Bash. 4-7 p.m. behind Barracks

your lawn chairs and/or blan-
kets and bug spray, just in case.
Snacks and beverages available
for purchase. 270-7205
Sept. 25: Military Flag
Football Tournament. Cost is
$125 per team. Pre-registration
required. Sign up at the Gym.
Sept. 25: UFC 119, Mir
vs. Nogueira. 10 p.m. only on
Pay-Per-View at Castaway's
Lounge. (Free) 270-7205
Sept. 26: Jaguars vs. Eagles.
Limited tickets are available

1586 and 1587 with free steak
dinners, DJ entertainment, and
prizes. (Free)
Sept. 24: Glow in the Dark
Putt-Putt Golf. 10 p.m. at the

E1-E6 Single Sailors & /-- Geo-Bachelors

(while supplies last) at ITT.
Sept. 26: Jaguars Golf
Special, "Bring A Buddy".
Buy one round of 18 holes
with a cart after 12 p.m. on
any Jaguars game day and get
one free. Individuals without a
buddy receive $5 off the regular
rate. 270-5380
Sept. 26: Bowling Family
Fun Night. 4-7 p.m. every
Sunday at Mayport Bowling
Center. Cost is $9 per person
and includes spaghetti dinner,

Planet Theatre. (Free)
Sept. 25: Heart Walk. Call
Planet Mayport at 270-7788 for
Sept. 25: UFC 119, Mir
vs. Nogueira. 10 p.m. only on
Pay-Per-View at Castaway's
Lounge. (Free) 270-7205
Sept. 26: Jaguars vs. Eagles
Trip. Van departs from Planet
Mayport at 2:30 p.m. Cost is
$5. Pre-registration is required.
Sept. 27: Starlight Cinemas.
BYOS "Build Your Own
Sundae" and an outdoor movie
starting at 6 p.m. outside Planet
Mayport. (Free)
Sept. 28: Passport Dining,
TacoLu Baja Mexicana. Van
departs from Planet Mayport at
Sept. 29: Tailgate Games.
Games and snacks starting at 4
p.m. at Planet Mayport. (Free)
Sept. 30: Liberty
Committee Meeting. 5-6

All-You-Can Bowl with shoes,
music videos, light show and
colored headpin bowling for
prizes. 270-5377
Sept. 27: Monday Night
Football at CPO Club. Foc'sle
CPO Club will open at 6 p.m.
for Monday Night Football. All
Khaki welcome. 270-5431
Sept. 28: All Khaki Wings
and Trivia Night. 3-7 p.m. at
Foc'sle CPO Club with 35-cent
wings, drink specials and all-
you-can-drink soft drinks for
$1. Trivia begins at 5:30 p.m.
All Khakis welcome (Chief
Petty Officers, Officers and
their guests). 270-5431.
Oct. 5-8: Fall Sports
Challenge. Sign up your com-

p.m. at Planet Mayport. Come
share your ideas for the Liberty
(Single Sailor) Program. (Free)
Oct. 1: Command Break-
In. See you at the Galley dur-
ing lunch. We'll be passing out
treats and the October Liberty
calendar. (Free)
Oct. 2: Paintball Trip. Van
departs from Planet Mayport at
9 a.m. Cost is $5 and includes
transportation, equipment,
paint, and field rental. Pre-
registration is required.
Oct. 3: Jaguars vs. Colts
Trip. Van departs from Planet
Mayport at 2:30 p.m. Cost is
$5. Pre-registration is required.
Oct. 4: Warhammer 40K
Game Night. 4-10:30 p.m. at
Planet Mayport. (Free)
Oct. 8-11: Key West Trip.
Join the Liberty Program on a
trip to the beautiful Key West
on Columbus Day Weekend.
Cost is only $80. Pre-register
no later than Oct. 4 at Planet
Oct. 16-17: Universal
Orlando Halloween Horror
Nights Trip. Pre-registration is

mand at the Gym for this bi-
annual, four-day, multi-event
challenge. (Free) 270-5451
Oct. 6: All Hands Family
Seafood Boil. 4-7 p.m. at
Foc'sle CPO Club. Cost is $10
per person. Purchase tickets in
advance; limited tickets avail-
able at the door. For tickets, call
ATCS Barry Wheeler at 270-
6100 ext. 122.
Oct. 7: Halloween Horror
Nights Day at ITT. The mili-
tary sales rep from Universal
Orlando will be at Mayport's
ITT office from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
to answer your questions about
HHN at Universal. Enter to win
tickets and hotel accommoda-
tions. No purchase necessary to

win. 270-5145 ext. 5
Oct. 16: Fall Fest 2010. 2-6
p.m. at Sea Otter Pavilion. Free
activities include games, rides,
bounce houses, face painting,
caricature artists, entertainment,
and take your own pictures in
the pumpkin patch. Food and
beverages will be available for
purchase. A variety of vendors
will be on-hand selling arts
and crafts, baked goodies, and
more. Purchase your seasonal
pumpkin from the pumpkin
patch. 270-5228

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and we invite you to join us! We are taking on the fight against hunger by col-
lecting canned and packaged foods for the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Statistics regarding poverty in the Second Harvest Food Bank's 18-county
service area:
More than 250,000 people live in poverty
More than 80,000 of those living in poverty are children
More than 100,000 people live in poverty in Duval County

Hunger is not isolated to one event, one day or one season. Hunger does not
discriminate by race, faith, ethnicity age or sex; it exists throughout our com-
munity and can affect anyone. In America today, one in eight people is "food
insecure" defined as someone who is hungry or is living in fear of hunger.
Let's MAKE A DIFFERENCE and give back to those in need!
The Second Harvest Food Bank needs non-perishable grocery items. The fol-
lowing is a list of our most frequently requested items by our member agencies
and clients:
Meals in a Can Boxes of Pasta/Macaroni Peanut Butter
Canned Meat/Poultry Rice Canned Veggies
Canned Tuna Nonfat Dry Milk Canned Fruit
Dry Beans Macaroni and Cheese Diapers
Oatmeal Canned Soup
Baby Food Evaporated Milk
* Please note that Second Harvest Food can only accept unopened, unexpired items.
We also cannot accept "homemade" canned jellies, jams or vegetables.

Please bring all donations to a Balfour Beatty Communities office or Naval Station
Mayport Chapel. There will be a barrel provided for you to drop off your donation.
Office Location: Bldg 289 Moale Ave or Bldg 350 Massey Ave; you
may also drop off at 1201 Assisi Lane (Off Base Community Center).
Office Hours: Monday Friday, 0800 1700

The food drive will begin on 13 September 10 and run until 22 October 10.

Balfour Beatty Communities and Naval Station Mayport Chapel
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Sept. 24: World Wide Day
of Play. 4-5:30 p.m. at the
Youth Activities Center. Event
features outdoor fun with
races, relays, kickball, and fit-
ness challenges. Free water,
Gatorade and fruit will be avail-
able. Grade K-12 welcome.
(Free) 270-5680 or 5421
Sept. 24: Free Summer
Outdoor Movie The Last
Airbender (PG). Start time is
at sunset (approximately 9 p.m.)
at Sea Otter Pavilion. Bring
your lawn chairs and/or blan-
kets and bug spray, just in case.
Snacks and beverages available
for purchase. 270-7205
Sept. 25: Day for Kids. 1-4
p.m. at the Youth Activities
Center. This carnival event will
also include free hotdogs, chips
and punch. (Free)
Sept. 26: Bowling Family
Fun Night. 4-7 p.m. every

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Diversity Directorate Public, "

The Navy is looking for
input from Sailors in the bien-
nial Pregnancy and Parenthood
Survey, according to a Chief
of Naval Personnel Diversity
Directorate announcement.
Invitations to the survey,
which is being conducted by
the Navy Personnel Research,
Studies and Technology
(NPRST) Division, were mailed
the week of Sept. 6 to approxi-
mately 15,000 female and
10,000 male service members.
Navy leadership has con-
ducted the Pregnancy and
Parenthood Survey continu-
ously since 1988 to monitor the
impact of pregnancy and par-
enthood issues on both men and
women in the Navy, as well as
on the overall readiness of the
Navy. The survey covers such
topics as family care plans, the
impact of individual augmentee
assignments, single parenthood,
sexual health training, fam-
ily planning, birth control and
Currently, the survey is the
primary source by which the
Navy tracks data and attitudes
relating to these topics. Survey
results will be used to review
existing pregnancy and parent-
hood policies for potential revi-
sion, and to update the Navy's
sexual health general military
training programs.
"While the goal of the survey
is to gather data related to preg-
nancy and parenthood topics,
respondents also play a large
role in updating Navy policy,"
said Stephanie Miller, director
of the Navy's Women's Policy
Survey responses are also
used to monitor viewpoints
about existing programs. For
example, feedback from
the 2008 survey showed that
programs like the Career
Intermission Pilot Program
(CIPP) and the policy allow-
ing a 12-month deferment from
operational duty for new moth-
ers does impact Sailors' reten-
tion decisions. Thirty-eight per-
cent of enlisted members and
54 percent of officers respond-
ed in the 2008 survey that the
availability of the CIPP pro-
gram motivated them to stay in
the Navy.
The survey is voluntary, and
will be available to respon-
dents online for approximately
three months. As in previous
versions, men and women will
receive the same questions,
except where minor gender-
appropriate wording changes
were required. Men will not
receive pregnancy-specific
While user names are

required to log into the web sur-
vey, all identifying information
will be deleted from the data set
during analysis to maintain the
anonymity of the respondents.
Results will be statistically
weighted by pay grade and gen-
der to be representative of the
Navy population.
Survey results are expected
to be released in spring 2011.
A summary of results from
the 2008 survey are avail-
able at http://www.nprst.
navy. mil/SurveyResults/
Pregnancy Survey Summary.pdf.

Sunday at Mayport Bowling
Center. Cost is $9 per person
and includes spaghetti dinner,
All-You-Can Bowl with shoes,
music videos, light show and
colored headpin bowling for
prizes. 270-5377
Oct. 6: All Hands Family
Seafood Boil. 4-7 p.m. at
Foc'sle CPO Club. Cost is $8
per person. Purchase tickets in
advance. Limited tickets will
be available at the door. For
tickets, contact ATCS Barry
Wheeler at 270-6100 ext. 122.
Oct. 9: Teen Lock-In. 7 p.m.
Saturday until 7 a.m. Sunday
at Club Teen. Ages 12-17 are
welcome; age 18 is welcome, if
currently in high school.

Oct. 15: Freedom Friday -
Scary Movie Night. 7-11 p.m.
at the Youth Activities Center.
Ages 6-12 are welcome; age 5
is welcome, if currently in kin-
dergarten. Cost is $7 in advance
or $9 the day of, if space. Early
registration is recommended.
270-5680 or 5421
Oct. 16: Fall Fest 2010. 2-6
p.m. at Sea Otter Pavilion. Free
activities include games, rides,
bounce houses, face painting,
caricature artists, entertainment,
and take your own pictures in
the pumpkin patch. Food and
beverages will be available for
purchase. A variety of vendors
will be on-hand selling arts
and crafts, baked goodies, and

more. Purchase your seasonal
pumpkin from the pumpkin
patch. 270-5228
Oct. 29: Freedom Friday -
Costume Contest and Dance
Party. 7-11 p.m. at the Youth
Activities Center. Ages 6-12 are
welcome; age 5 is welcome, if
currently in kindergarten. Cost
is $7 in advance or $9 the day
of, if space. Early registration
is recommended. 270-5680 or
Oct. 29: Teen Costume
Contest and Dance Party.
7 p.m. at Club Teen. Ages
12-17 are welcome; age 18 is
welcome, if currently in high
school. Cost is $2 per person.
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Thursday, Sept. 23
Fleet Reserve Association,
Branch 290, will host Dinner
from 5-8 p.m. The menu this
week will be Linguini with
Clam Sauce, Garlic Bread,
Salad and Dessert. A donation
of $8.00 is requested for each
dinner. Carry-out orders are
accepted. The bar will be open
for drinks. As always, the pub-
lic is invited to attend. Please
call 246-6855 for more infor-
mation or to place an order.
Friday, Sept. 24
Fleet Reserve Association
Branch 290 is hosting "Pizza/
Calzone" dinners, from 5 to 8
p.m., at the Branch Home at
390 Mayport Rd. We'll do the
cooking for you. A donation of
$5 to $8 is requested for each
dinner, and depends on what is
ordered. Carry out orders are
accepted. The public is always
invited to dinner. Happy hour
precedes the dinner from 4 to
6 p.m., all drinks are 500 off.
After dinner, enjoy the music of
MART LANDON from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m.
Saturday, Sept. 25
JaxParks, Jacksonville
Jaguars, The American Heart
Association, Jacksonville
Children's Commission, Winn-
Dixie Stores, Dairy Council
of Florida and Nutrition
Expert Trisha Howell,
RD,LD/N CHHC are partner-
ing to celebrate Nickelodeon's
Worldwide Day of Play here
in Jacksonville. Nickelodeon
will stop programming for
three hours and suggest that
children go outside and play.
Free activities, nutritional guid-
ance, snacks, special guests and
sporting challenges will give
the children of the First Coast
a unique opportunity. As com-
munity leaders, each partner-
ing agency encourages physi-
cal activity and better nutri-
tion to ensure a healthier gen-
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the current generation could
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zone will also be provided. For
a complete event description,
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Join the Springfield
Animal Care & Rescue Club
(SACARC) for Dog Days in
the Park 2010, celebrating fun
for the whole family -includ-
ing the four-legged members.
Bring the kids and the dogs to
Confederate Park in Springfield
(956 Hubbard Street) from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. for live popular
music by the Sweet Low Down,
food, beer, wine and the world-
famous Disc-Connected K9
Frisbee Team. Event features
vendors, adoptable animals and
more. Admission is free, and all
proceeds benefit SACARC, a
non-profit animal rescue orga-
nization in historic Springfield.
More information at www.
The Talbot Islands have a
rich cultural history that dates
back over 5,000 years. Join a
Park Ranger at 2 p.m. for a look
into these past cultures and the
artifacts they left behind. This
program will take place at the
Ribault Club on Fort George
Island Cultural State Park. No
reservations are necessary and
the program is free.
National Public Lands Day
is the nation's largest hands-
on volunteer effort to improve
and enhance the public lands
Americans enjoy. Help us keep
the park clean by coming out
and volunteering your time
starting at 9 a.m.. Registration
for the clean-up will be at pavil-
ion one on Little Talbot Island.
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for non-celebrity shows and special discounts for
celebrity shows!

The International Coastal
Cleanup (ICC) is the world's
largest, one-day volunteer effort
to clean up the marine environ-
ment. Do your part and help
the park clean-up these pris-
tine beaches starting at 9 a.m.
Registration for the clean-up
will be at the first parking lot on
Amelia Island. No reservations
are necessary.
Fleet Reserve Association,
Branch 290, hosts Breakfast
from 8 a.m.-noon at the Branch
Home, 390 Mayport Rd. Menu
includes eggs, bacon or sau-
sage, grits or hash-browns,
biscuits & gravy, pancakes or
toast. Omelets are also avail-
able. Coffee is included with
all meals. A donation of $5
for a full breakfast, or $3 for a
breakfast sandwich, is request-
ed. As always, the public is
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Fleet Reserve Association,
Branch 290, will pres-
SEPTEMBER" at the Branch
Home, 390 Mayport Road, from
2-6 p.m. Get your Christmas
Shopping done early and treat
yourself! Some of the items
available for sale will be: Miche
bags handmade quilts & hand
bags, lingerie, blown glass jew-
elry, haircuts and more. There
will be refreshments, a raffle
and gift wrapping. For more
information, or to participate,
contact Marie Lightfoot at 904-
923-8598 or marie.lightfoot@t
ymail.com. This special event is
open to the public.
Monday, Sept. 27
Fleet Reserve Association,
Branch 290, invites you to play
Bingo at the Branch Home, 390
Mayport Rd. Games start at 6
p.m. and are usually finished by
8 p.m. Snacks will be available
for a small donation.
Sunday, Oct. 3
Isle of Faith United
Methodist Church, 1821 San
Pablo Rd., will hold its pump-
kin patch daily from 9 a.m.-

8:30 p.m. There will be hay tun-
nels, Children,A6s play area,
scarecrow maze, concessions,
photo opportunities, prizes for
Special Pumpkin Patch
Oct. 9-Fall Festival, 11 a.m.-
1 p.m. SpaceWalks, sno cones,
food, games, prizes
Oct. 16-Craft Fair and Multi-
Family Yard Sale, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Oct. 23- "Hoe Down" featur-
ing Big Jeff Band, 6-9 p.m.
Oct. 30- Contest Day:
Pumpkin Carving Contest, Pie
Baking Contest and more.
Oct. 31- Trunk or Treat
Halloween Alternative, 6-8:30
Friday, Oct. 22
The City of Jacksonville
presents the campy cult classic,
Rocky Horror Picture /i. ',, at
the Times-Union Center for the
Performing Arts at midnight.
Rocky Horror enthusiasts will
come alive when the street fes-
tival kicks off at 8 p.m. on the
Northbank Riverwalk directly
behind the Times-Union Center
for the Performing Arts. The
Rocky Horror Tribute Band, a
costume contest, food, bever-
ages, activities and fun will all
be part of this "strange jour-
ney." Theater doors open at 11
p.m. Tickets and prop pack-
ages are on sale now and can
be purchased online at www.
or at the City of Jacksonville
Office of Special Events, 117
W. Duval Street Suite 280,
Monday through Friday 8:30
a.m.-5 p.m. Tickets will also be
on sale the day of the show at
the Times-Union Center for the
Performing Arts beginning at 7
p.m. Space is limited and is first
come, first seated. All patrons
16 years and under must be
accompanied by an adult. The
City of Jacksonville encour-
ages all enthusiast to "Say it!"
with props. Movie fans can
purchase or bring their own
props to participate. Accepted
props include rice, newspapers,
water pistols, flashlights, glow
sticks, rubber gloves, noisemak-
ers, confetti, toilet paper, toast,
party hats, bells and/or keys and
cards. Prohibited items include

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Experience true Italian
hospitality and cuisine at
Italian American Club of
Jacksonville at its clubhouse,
2838 Westberry Road in the
Mandarin area of Jacksonville
Oct. 22-24. Times are Oct. 22,
6-9 p.m.; Oct. 23, 10 a.m.-
9 p.m.; Oct. 24, noon-6 p.m.
This fun-filled family event is
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Saturday, Oct. 23
Registration Opens for AB
Campout Under the Stars
The City of Atlantic Beach
Family Fun Day and Campout
under the Stars returns to Jack

Russell Park from 2-10 p.m.
This event is one of the City of
Atlantic Beach's most popular
events so reserve your campsite
early! Campers can reserve a
12 x 12 campsite for a $10 fee
with fire ring and wood. Russell
Park field is located on Plaza
St., north of Atlantic Beach City
Hall on Seminole Rd. This year
features fun activities for all
ages Kid Zone with bounce
houses, obstacle course, train
ride, and ferris wheel. The after-
noon includes a magic show,
Working Warrior demonstra-
tion, and Prince Pele Polynesian
show. The day concludes at
twilight with a movie, "How
to Train your Dragon." All
afternoon and evening events
are free and open to the pub-
lic. Bring your blankets, chairs,
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FFSC Offers Parenting, Conflict Resolution Classes

The following classes and
activities are offered by the
Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) and are free
of charge. Pre-registration is
required and childcare is not
available. For more information
about the classes or to register
call 270-6600, ext. 1701. FFSC
is located in Building One on
Sept. 23, 1:30-3 p.m.,
Conflict Resolution for
Women, FFSC, Room 702
Sept. 23, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review, FFSC Room
Sept. 23, 9-11:30 a.m.,
Smooth Move, FFSC, Room
This workshop is designed
for inexperienced, as well as
experienced military members
on permanent change of station
(PCS) orders. The Personal
Property Shipping Office will
provide information on how to
deal with movers and personal
property entitlements. The trav-
el section of Personnel Support

Detachment (PSD) will pres-
ent a section on travel pay and
allowances. FFSC staff will
discuss the emotional cycles of

relocation, budgeting for a PCS
move and provide some strate-
gies for families.
Sept. 27-30, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.,

Relationship Doc

Speaks At Mayport

Fleet and Family Support Center will host Dr. David Wesler
on Sept. 30 from 8 a.m.-noon at Beachside Community
Wexler has been featured on the Dr. Phil Show, the TODAY
show, in the Washington Post, "0" magazine, Cosmopolitan,
Redbook, Men's Health and on dozens of radio and TV pro-
grams throughout America to help educate the public about
relationships in conflict and how to resolve them.
Wexler will speak on the topic of "The Big Five Myth-
Shattering Trends In Domestic Violence That Everyone Needs
To Know" with a book signing immediately following the
event. Wexler has authored four books including When Good
Men Behave Badly: (h /.;..- Your Behavior, (C ,;.. Your
Relationship and The Adolescent Self: Strategies for Self-
management, If- .... lii. and Self-esteem in Adolescents.
To register for the event, call 270-6600 ext. 1700. Seats are

cern such as nutrition, toilet
training, etc. We even take
field trips several times a year
to local parks, museums and
playgrounds. This group is
designed for moms new to the
area or moms who want their
child to interact with other
children their child's age. All
children age four and below are
invited to attend.
Sept. 30, 1:30-3 p.m.,
Conflict Resolution for
Women, FFSC, Room 702
Sept. 30, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review, FFSC Room
Oct. 5, 9-11 a.m., Parenting
Class, FFSC Room 702
The program is based on
Dr. Michael Popkin, PH.D
6 classes. This program is
designed to assist you and your
family put into practice the
skills learned in the class. Each
week a different topic is thor-
oughly covered via discussion,
video vignettes, and handbook
information. Participation in all

6 sessions is required.
Oct. 12, 9-11 a.m., Parenting
Class, FFSC Room 702
The program is based on
Dr. Michael Popkin, PH.D
6 classes. This program is
designed to assist you and your
family put into practice the
skills learned in the class. Each
week a different topic is thor-
oughly covered via discussion,
video vignettes, and handbook
information. Participation in all
6 sessions is required.
Oct. 19, 9-11 a.m., Parenting
Class, FFSC Room 702
The program is based on
Dr. Michael Popkin, PH.D
6 classes. This program is
designed to assist you and your
family put into practice the
skills learned in the class. Each
week a different topic is thor-
oughly covered via discussion,
video vignettes, and handbook
information. Participation in all
6 sessions is required.

Officials Extend Spouse Career Program Deadline

By Elaine Wilson
American Forces Press Service
Officials have extended a spouse
employment program enrollment
deadline in the hopes that more military
spouses will be able to take spring
semester classes.
Effective Sept. 13, spouses currently
enrolled in the Military Spouse Career
Advancement Accounts program,
commonly known as MyCAA, will
be able to request financial assistance
for classes with a start date that is on
or before Jan. 31. Previously, the start-
date cutoff was Jan. 15.
However, spouses still must submit
their financial assistance request by
Oct. 21, officials emphasized.
The change was based on feedback
from spouses and schools. Many
schools offer a later start date for the
spring semester, and extending the
enrollment deadline will give more

spouses the opportunity to attend
courses, said Robert L. Gordon III,
deputy undersecretary of defense for
military community and family policy.
"We appreciate the feedback from
military spouses currently participating
in the MyCAA career advancement
program," Gordon said.
MyCAA is active at this time only for
currently enrolled spouses, who can
participate in the program through Oct.
21. At that time, the program will ramp
down in preparation for the Oct. 25
launch of a revamped program.
Earlier this year, officials reviewed the
popular spouse employment program
and decided to make changes to bring
it back to its original intent: equipping
spouses of junior servicemembers with
portable careers, such as real estate and
home health care, that can convey from
duty station to duty station.
Previously, MyCAA offered a lifetime

benefit of $6,000 to all spouses of
servicemembers. But starting Oct. 25,
financial assistance will be limited to
spouses of active duty servicemembers
in pay grades E-1 to E-5, W-1 to W-2
and 0-1 to 0-2. Spouses of Guard and
Reserve members within those ranks
can participate as long as they can start
and complete their courses while their
sponsor is on Title 10 orders.
Eligible spouses will be able to receive
a maximum financial benefit of $4,000
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degrees. The annual cap can be waived
if a license or certification's cost
exceeds $2,000.
Currently enrolled spouses who meet
the new criteria will be able to continue
with the program after Oct. 25, but
under the new parameters.
Spouses who no longer will be eligible
to receive financial assistance after Oct.

25 still will be able to access career
and education counseling services. The
new MyCAA program will include
assistance in identifying and securing
information on additional financial
resources, employment readiness, and
career exploration and counseling for all
spouses of active duty servicemembers.
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TAP Separatee Workshop,
Building One, Room 1616
Sept. 27, 6-8 p.m.,
Ombudsman Assembly,
Building One, Room 104
Sept. 28, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review, FFSC Room
Sept. 28, 9-11 a.m.,
Parenting Class, FFSC Room
The program is based on
Dr. Michael Popkin, PH.D
6 classes. This program is
designed to assist you and your
family put into practice the
skills learned in the class. Each
week a different topic is thor-
oughly covered via discussion,
video vignettes, and handbook
information. Participation in all
6 sessions is required.
Sept. 29, 9 a.m-12 p.m.
Tottletyme Playgroup, USO
Parents and children together
meet to share parenting con-
cerns, ideas, and fun! The
group invites professionals to
address specific areas of con-

14 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, September 23, 2010

ONR Hosts Technology

Forums On Facebook

From Office ofNaval Research Corpo-
rate Strategic Communications Public

The Office of Naval Research
(ONR) has begun hosting a
weekly series of open, interac-
tive question-and-answer ses-
sions on Facebook.
The online events will high-
light research areas being fund-
ed as part of the 2010 Chief of
Naval Research Challenge this
During 30-minute sessions,
hosted weekly on Wednesdays,
ONR subject matter experts will
answer questions submitted by
general audiences on Facebook
ceofnavalresearch) and Twitter
Sessions will focus on six
ONR science and technol-
ogy program areas expected
to award $100,000 in research
grants this winter.
Times, dates and subject mat-
ter experts are listed below:
11 a.m., EST, Wednesday,
Sept. 28 Topic: Flow Noise

Mitigation by Fish Expert: Dr.
Michael Traweek, program offi-
cer, Maritime Sensing Team,
11 a.m., EST, Wednesday,
Oct. 6 Topic: Chlorine-
Resistant Seawater Reverse
Osmosis Membranes Expert:
Dr. Paul Armistead, program
officer, Functional Polymeric
and Organic Materials, ONR
11 a.m., EST, Wednesday,
Oct. 13 Topic: Compressive
Sensing in Urban
Defense Experts: Dr. Michael
Pollock, program officer, and
Dr. Rabinder Madan, program
officer, Networked Sensing and
Signal Processing Program,
11 a.m., EST, Wednesday,
Oct. 20 Topic: Stem2Stern:
Building a Future Force of
Scientists and Engineers
Through Education Expert: To

be announced
11 a.m., EST, Wednesday,
Oct. 27 Topic: FAQs about
ONR's Small Business
Innovation Research Program
Contracts Expert: Tracy Frost,
program manager, Small
Business Innovation Research
Program, ONR
11 a.m., EST, Wednesday,
Nov. 3 Topic: Directed
Energy in Maritime
Environments Expert: Quentin
Saulter, program manager,
Directed Energy Program, ONR
Where: Nearest Internet-
enabled computer or mobile
handheld device.
Contact: Peter Vietti,
ONR Corporate Strategic
Communications; (703) 696-
5031; onrcsc@onr.navy.mil.
For more news from Office
of Naval Research, visit www.

Navy Memorial Hosts

23rd Annual Lone Sailor

Awards Dinner

By MC3(SW)
Mikelle Smith
Defense Media Activity Anacostia
The Navy Memorial hon-
ored three former sea service
veterans during the 2010 Lone
Sailor awards dinner held at the
National Building Museum in
Washington, D.C., Sept. 15.
The distinguished veterans
included Dr. William H. Cosby
Jr., Eddie LeBaron and Lanier
Phillips, who were presented
with the Lone Sailor award in
front of military members and
distinguished guests at the din-
Cosby, an actor, producer
and entertainer, was recognized
for his accomplishments as a
civilian after serving in the U.S.
LeBaron was recognized for
excelling as an entrepreneur
and as a famed Washington
Redskins and Dallas Cowboys
quarterback after serving in the
U.S. Marine Corps during the
Korean War. Phillips, the first
African-American sonar techni-
cian in the U.S. Navy during
World War II, was one of the
survivors of the USS Truxton
(DD 209) shipwreck.
The Lone Sailor award is
presented to sea service vet-
erans who have excelled with
distinction in their respective
civilian careers while continu-
ing to exemplify the Navy core
values of honor, courage and
commitment. Retired Rear
Adm. Edward K. Walker Jr.,
who served in the U.S. Navy's
Supply Corps, said these core
values represent qualities ser-
vice members continue exhibit-
ing today.
"Our honorees are living
examples of how service to
country changes lives and helps
develop leaders whether it is
in the world of sports, politics,
government, the private sector
or the arts. The common theme
they all express is that their
public service has given them
a solid foundation for their
careers and instilled in them
the enduring values that propels
them to continue to serve their
communities," said Walker.
Cosby, who joined the U.S
Navy 40 years ago served as
a hospital corpsman at three
naval installations to include
Bethesda Naval Hospital in
Bethesda, Md. Cosby said his
four-year enlistment in the
Navy provided him with a start-
ing point to develop personally
and professionally.
"My wake up call about
responsibility came when I
entered the Navy," said Cosby.
"Receiving the Lone Sailor
award was wonderful for
me. To be a recipient of this

-Photo by MC2 Kevin O'Brien
Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus -
delivers the opening remarks at the Lone Sailor Awards dinner in
Washington, D.C.

award along with gentlemen
like Lanier Phillips and Eddie
LaBaron shows us just how far
we have come and how moral
value is being brought to all
Cosby, an internationally
recognized comedian, has
been an active figure in com-
munity outreach and continues
involvement in show busi-
ness. LeBaron, a graduate
of the former College of the
Pacific where he was named an
All-American in 1949, served
in the Marine Corps during the
Korean War. Wounded twice,
LeBaron received the Purple
Heart, and, for heroic actions on
the front lines, was also award-
ed the Bronze Star.
LeBaron said being rec-
ognized by the U.S. Navy
Memorial was something he
"I am honored to receive
the Lone Sailor award," said
LeBaron. "Looking through the
list of past recipients leaves me
feeling very grateful and know-
ing that my part in the military
and society has impacted a life
makes me proud. I will never
forget this recognition."
LeBaron added that his mili-
tary experience contributed
greatly to his later successes.
"The discipline I learned in
the Marine Corps as a lieuten-
ant was always very impor-
tant to me," said LeBaron. "I
learned how to make concise
decisions from my experiences,
and I applied all of that knowl-
edge to structuring my ventures
in life."
LeBaron played with the
Redskins for seven seasons
after being drafted in the 10th
round of the 1950 National
Football League draft, starting
55 of a possible 72 games. He
additionally played three sea-
sons with the Dallas Cowboys
and was selected to the Pro
Bowl four times (1955, 1957,
1958 and 1962). LeBaron is the
shortest quarterback to ever be
selected to the Pro Bowl.
Phillips, one of the few

African-American Sailors
aboard Truxtun when the
ship ran aground during a
vicious storm off the coast of
Newfoundland in 1942, was
saved by individuals from the
village of St. Lawrence.
Initially terrified to venture
ashore because of racial ten-
sions he had experienced,
Phillips found himself wel-
comed by St. Lawrence village
members, a marked cry from
his southern United States
"I am filled with gratitude
to the people who chose me as
a recipient," said Phillips. "I
never thought the little part I
played in the fight for equal-
ity during my time in the Navy
would get me honored today. I
was doing what any man would
do to better his life."
Phillips added that in the
nearly 70 years since the inci-
dent which changed his life, the
strides made in ensuring equal-
ity in the Navy are something
he said serves to further not
only the individual ideal, but
the betterment of the country he
served as a Sailor.
"When I see today's Navy
with such a diverse background
of Sailors serving and joining
together for the greater good of
this nation, I become proud of
the obstacles I faced because it
paid off in the end, and today
I will forever be a U.S Navy
Sailor," said Phillips.
Prior to the awards ceremo-
ny dinner, Cosby, LeBaron and
Phillips received a tour of the
U.S. Navy Memorial, which
houses the Lone Sailor stat-
ue. The Lone Sailor statue is
a composite of the U.S. Navy
bluejacket, past, present and
future, and was designed in
The Lone Sailor award has
been given to 67 Navy and
Marine Corps veterans, and the
U.S. Navy Memorial contin-
ues to provide Navy veterans
and personnel currently serving
with a place to celebrate their

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Officials Unveil Pentagon POW/MIA Exhibit

By Army Sgt. 1st Class
Michael J. Carden
American Forces Press Service

Defense Department officials
Sept. 15 dedicated a portion of
the Pentagon to military prison-
ers of war and troops missing
in action, honoring one of the
military's guiding principles:
Never leave a comrade behind.
Michele Flournoy, the
Pentagon's policy chief, hosted
the ceremony on the building's
third floor, in Ring A between
corridors 6 and 7.
The hallway is lined with
information, artifacts and pho-
tographs underscoring the
service and sacrifice of more
than 80,000 MIAs and POWs
from the present conflict in
Afghanistan and dating back to
World War II.
"No matter how far away
or how long ago, we will do
everything humanly possible to
bring all those missing service-
members home," Flournoy said.
"We do this for the sake of their
family members, and we also
do this for all who serve today."
The display exhibit was
designed in the corridor,
because thousands of people
-- servicemembers, defense

-DoD photo by Army Sgt. 1st Class Michael J. Carden
Michele Flo nii y, the Defense Department's policy chief talks about the importance of the military's
mission to recover all prisoners of war and those missing in action during a Pentagon ceremony Sept.
15, 2010, in Washington, D.C. Flournoy helped dedicate a Pentagon corridor to American military
prisoners of war and those missing in action.

civilians and tourists -- walk
through it each year, Flournoy
said. The exhibit's location, she
added, underscores the impor-
tance the Defense Department
places on recovering prison-

ers of war and those missing in
"As we stand here today,"
she said, "many thousands of
servicemen and women are
deployed around the world in

harm's way. And in the days
and years to come, some of
them will give their lives to
their country. Some of them
may fall into enemy hands.
"Part of what enables our

men and women to focus on
accomplishing their mission in
harsh and dangerous environ-
ments is the knowledge that
we will do whatever it takes to
bring them home," she contin-
World War II Army Air Corps
pilot Jerry Wolf was one such
servicemember. His reconnais-
sance plane was shot down in
1946 over Germany. Although
he survived the crash, he spent
11 months in a German prison,
he said.
Wolf noted that World
War II veterans soon will be
extinct, and displays such as
the Pentagon corridor will help
their legacy and service live on
"I think the exhibit is a won-
derful beginning, and the rec-
ognition is great," Wolf said,
adding that he donated several
letters he wrote while in the
prison camp and other artifacts
to the display. "It's wonderful
to be noted for your service and
being an ex-prisoner of war.
Retired Navy Rear Adm.
Robert Shumaker is another
former POW who attended the
dedication ceremony. His fight-
er plane was shot down over

North Vietnam in 1965. He
spent eight years and one day
in a prison camp, three of which
were spent in solitary confine-
"Sometimes you don't have a
choice," Shumaker said. "When
an airplane crashes, it crash-
es. It's a terrible feeling, [but]
I always knew that I'd never
be forgotten by the American
In the past year, the Joint
Prisoners of War and Missing in
Action Accounting Command
has accounted for 98 service-
members missing from the
Korean War, the Vietnam War
and World War II. More than
80,000 servicemembers from
the three wars remain unac-
counted-for. Nearly 2,000
from the same wars have been
accounted for and returned to
their families.
The nation will cele-
brate National POW/ MIA
Recognition Day Sept. 17.
Created by Congress in
1998 as part of the Defense
Authorization Act, the obser-
vance is recognized on the third
Friday of September each year.

Obama To Award Medal Of Honor To Afghan War Vet

By Army Sgt. 1st Class Michael J.
American Forces Press Service
The Medal of Honor will be award-
ed for the first time to a living vet-
eran of the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan,
White House officials announced Sept.
10 in a written statement.
Army Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta
received a phone call from President
Barack Obama Sept. 9, thanking him
for his service. Obama informed the
infantryman that he would receive the
nation's highest award for his service
and extraordinary bravery in battle, the
statement said.
The event occurred Oct. 25, 2007,
in eastern Afghanistan's Korengal

Valley. Giunta was a specialist at the
time and rifle team leader. He served
in Company B, 2nd Battalion, 503rd
Airborne Infantry Regiment, 173rd
Airborne Brigade Combat Team, based
out of Vicenza, Italy.
Giunta overcame being separated
from his unit, evaded potential enemy
captors and risked his life to rescue
two fellow soldiers. His unit was
divided during the gun battle. One fel-
low soldier was exposed to enemy fire
when Giunta left his cover to pull the
soldier to safety.
The enemy continued to engage
Giunta and the soldier as they worked
to link up with their squad. During the

movement, Giunta noticed two insur-
gents carrying the second soldier, try-
ing to take him captive.
Giunta immediately engaged the
combatants, killing one and wounding
another. He provided medical aid to
the soldier while others provided secu-

rity. The soldier eventually died of his
wounds, but Giunta's actions prevent-
ed him from staying in enemy hands.
The White House statement did
not say when Giunta will receive his
Giunta, 25, is a native of Iowa, and

enlisted in the Army in November
2003. He deployed twice to
Afghanistan, and currently is stationed
in Vicenza. He will become the eighth
Medal of Honor recipient for actions in
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The following are just a sam-
ple of volunteer opportunities
available through NS Mayport
and Volunteer Jacksonville.
For more information, call NS
Mayport volunteer coordinator
CS1 Terry Jackson at 270-5373
and AC1 Chandra Chaney at
270-6130 or Dianne Parker at
542-5380 or you can immedi-
ately sign-up online for oppor-
tunities using www.volunteer
gateway acksonville.org.
Meals On Wheels For Pets
The Council on Aging of
Nassau continues its partnership
with Meals On Wheels for Pets,
in promoting their second annu-
al Rollin 'on the River Cruise on
Sept. 12. Proceeds from their
event will help fund our one
year old partnership with them,
which currently serves 49 eligi-
ble Council on Aging Meals On
Wheels clients. Our Council
on Aging clients own 55 cats,
66 dogs, and one cockatiel,
and have been the recipient
of over 9,000 lbs. of donated
pet food that have been deliv-
ered through our volunteers
as they conduct their regular
"people food" meals deliver-
ies. These pet meals contrib-
ute to our Council on Aging of
Nassau clients' wellbeing and
prevents the need of the cli-
ent to feel obligated to share
the meal intended for them
with their pet, insuring better
nutrition for both people and
pets. The Council on Aging of
Nassau has pet food collection
boxes in the lobby of both facil-
ities: 1367 South 18th Street,
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034;
37002 Ingham Road, Hilliard,
FL 32046 We welcome the pub-
lic to drop off of sealed contain-
ers of pet food during business
hours. Plans are currently in
development for Nassau County
Animal Services to bring adopt-
able cats and dogs on the 2nd
Friday of every month to our
Fernandina location and the
3rd Friday to our Hillard loca-
tion for "pet therapy" benefit-
ing both pets and people. This
pet interaction enhancement to
our existing program will kick
off on Sept. 10 The Council
on Aging of Nassau is a 501c3

non-profit agency that deliv-
ers critical services to Nassau
County seniors in five catego-
ries including Meals on Wheels,
COA Transportation, In-Home
Care, and Adult Day Health
Care, while operating two
senior recreation centers. More
information about our servic-
es is available on our website
National Multiple Sclerosis
Society of North Florida
The National Multiple
Sclerosis Society of North
Florida needs volunteers for the
"Bike MS PGA Tour Cycle to
the Shore 2010" on Oct. 2-3.
This is a great opportunity to
get community service hours
and help out for a great cause.
The society is looking for indi-
viduals, groups and organiza-
tions to help with pre-event
preparations/set up; general
help; registration; customer ser-
vice; clean up crew; food prepa-
ration/service; medical; safety;
luggage handling/transporta-
tion; and bike handling. If you
are interested, contact Jason
Henika at Jason.henika @fln.
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Be the voice for children
abused, neglected, or aban-
doned. These children have no
ability to participate in deci-
sions affecting their lives. When
children are removed from their
homes, the courts can appoint
a special advocate to make
sure that the best interests of
the child is given appropriate
consideration. This advocate is
known as a Guardian ad Litem.
In the 4th Judicial Circuit,
which includes Clay, Duval
and Nassau Counties, there are
more than 2,000 children who
need an advocate to help them
navigate the Dependency sys-
tem. As we build our volunteer
base we are asking members
of our community to consid-
er being a Guardian as Litem.
These guardians do not provide

direct care for the children;
the guardians ad litem visit the
child at least once per month,
interview family members,
gather information from medi-
cal, mental health, and educa-
tion professionals, and attend
court hearings to ensure the
best interests of the children are
maintained. The work is com-
pelling. To become a Guardian
ad Litem, candidates need a
compassionate heart, be at least
19 years old, complete 30 hours
of initial training and undergo
a background check. The pro-
cess begins with a screen-
ing interview so you can learn
more about this opportunity to
make a difference in the life
of a child. If this kind of vol-
unteer opportunity sounds like
something you would like to
participate in, please visit the
Guardian ad Litem website,
www.guardianadlitem.org, or
call 904-630-1200 to schedule a
screening interview.
First Coast "No More
Homeless Pets"
First Coast No More
Homeless Pets brand new high
capacity Spay /Neuter Clinic
opens this month. The new
facility will be able to help
thousands of pets and owners
as well as stray and feral cats
-each year, with free or low
cost spay/neuter and low cost
vaccinations. We still need lots
of volunteers for the clinic at
the new location on Norwood
Avenue. No medical experi-
ence needed. For more infor-
mation, email Debbie Fields at
Mayport Lions Club
The Mayport Lions Club is
looking for Volunteers to help
with various projects. If you
are interested (military & civil-
ian), please contact either Bob
Krepps, Senior Chief Petty
Officer, USN(Ret) 509-4945
or Chuck Carroll, Commander,
USN(Ret) 463-2884.

Jacksonville International
Airport Volunteer
Ambassador Program
We are looking for vol-
unteer to assist travelers with
locating arrival and departure
gates, telephones, baggage
claim and ticketing areas. The
Ambassadors provide vital
customer assistance and a lot
of smiles to ensure a pleas-
ant and memorable experience
while traveling through our air-
port. Benefits of being in the
Ambassador program include
gratitude of the passengers
served each day, invitations, to
volunteer appreciation events,
free parking at the airport, meal
voucher for every four-hour
period worked, service recog-
nition and the opportunity to
meet people from all over the
world. Contact Yvonne Pooler
at 904-741-2006 or email
Jacksonville Zoo
The Jacksonville Zoo is ask-
ing for volunteers. Volunteers
are needed to educate varied
audiences about the natural
world, teach conservation mes-
sages, beautify the grounds,
assist guests in various areas
of the park, input data, lend
a hand in animal care areas,
answer questions, drive trains
and enhance guests' experienc-
es. You provide the interest and
enthusiasm, and the zoo will
provide the training. Scheduling
is flexible. Volunteers receive
special discounts, free admis-
sion, newsletters and special
programs only available to
employees and volunteers. Take
this opportunity to meet oth-
ers who share your interests in
the animal kingdom. New Adult
Volunteer Orientations are
held at the Pepsico Foundation
Education Campus. All inter-
ested personnel please CS1
Hopkins or call 270-5373 for
more information.
YMCA of Jacksonville
YMCA of Jacksonville is
looking for volunteers for their
outreach programs geared
towards males. For more
information, contact Terra
Herzberger at 265-1820.
Children's Home Society of

Children's Home Society of
Florida is getting ready to per-
manently place seven or eight
children in loving homes within
the next couple weeks. Seeking
children's furniture. Contact
Nick Geinosky at 904-493-
Homeless Pet Shelter
Jacksonville Homeless Pet
Shelter seeks volunteers. The
new Homeless Pet Shelter is
seeking help at a Temporary
Clinic on surgery days. Days
and hours vary. Contact
dlfields @bellsouth.net.
St Augustine Amphitheatre
Seeks Volunteers
St. Augustine Amphitheatre
seeks volunteers to be used as
ushers, checking tickets, and
pointing out seats. As a volun-
teer, you get to see the entire
show. For more information,
contact Lisa Tomkins at 209-
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters is
providing an in-school men-
toring program at Mayport
Elementary School. Little
Brothers and Sisters are needed
just as much as Big Brothers
and Sisters! If you are interest-
ed in this opportunity, please
visit our website for more infor-
mation: www.usojax.com
Navy-Marine Corp Relief
Society Needs You
The Navy Marine Corp Relief
Society is in need of Volunteers
to give a couple of hours of
their time each week to help
others in need. The mission of
the Navy-Marine Corp Relief
Society is to provide emergency
financial help and educational
assistance to members of the
Naval Services active, retired,
and family members when
in need: to assist them achieve
financial self-sufficiency and
to find solutions to emergent
requirements. Navy-Marine
Corp Relief Society firmly
believes in personal financial
responsibility. By helping the
service member and family
through difficult times and by
assisting them to develop their
own problem solving capabili-

ties, they will achieve financial
stability, increase self-worth
and reduce the need for future
financial assistance. Without
their volunteers, the Society
could not meet the needs of so
many. If you are interested in
volunteering and would like
more information, contact Bill
Kennedy at 270-5418, 9 a.m.-
3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.
St. Johns County Habitat
For Humanity Needs
Habitat for Humanity is
in need for volunteers every
Friday and Saturday to help
build homes in St. Augustine.
No skill is necessary. Must be
16 or older. They are starting
a new home every month and
need help on the construction
site. Please call 826-3252 ext.
2006 to sign up.
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.
NS Mayport Retired
Activities Office
Naval Station Mayport is
currently searching for com-
mitted 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 communities and other
government and non-govern-
ment agencies. Anyone inter-
ested should contact the FFSC
for an application or to get more
information about the duties
and responsibilities of the RAO
volunteers. Call the FFSC at
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partnered with Coastal Cab to
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and from the Airport, Mayport,
Cecil Field and areas in
between. Coastal Cab is happy
to give a 15 percent discount
from the meter to all address-
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all passengers that show their
Military ID cards. To set up a
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please call 904-779-9999 (NAS
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The Marine Corps
Marathon/Freedom 5K is set
for Saturday, Oct. 2, which
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next to Everbank Field. For
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you considering your Greater
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donation. Our CFC number
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helps us keep the doors open
and continue to provide out-
standing programs and services
for all branches of the military
and their families.
Your Greater Jacksonville
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you can also share the like with
friends and family.
The 2010 Southern Women's
Show tickets are on sale at the
Mayport and NAS Jax USO
The 23rd Annual Southern
Women's Show in Jacksonville
will take place Oct. 21-24 at
the Prime Osborn Convention
Center. Tickets are $5 from
the USO. There will be three
special guests for this year's
show: -Sandra Lee, the Semi-
Homemade cooking and enter-
taining star, will be appearing
at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Oct.
22, to show you simple solu-
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home entertaining.

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nominated and ten time Dove
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an acoustic performance on the
Fashion & Entertainment Stage
on Friday, 22 October, and will
be cooking a recipe from their
new cookbook on the Cooking
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-Tanya Sensney, "The
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provide no cost services to chil-
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Children between the ages of
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and your child could be enjoy-
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The Jacksonville Air show is
set for Oct. 23-24 onboard NAS
Jacksonville. This is a great
family event featuring top mil-
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including the US Navy Blue
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Show begins at 10 a.m., free
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Honorably discharged vet-
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reserve members will receive
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purchase of a Florida State
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provides a savings of $15 on
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$30 on a family annual pass,
which allows up to eight peo-
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of Florida's 160 state parks. In
addition, honorably discharged
veterans who have service con-
nected disabilities, and surviv-
ing spouses of military veterans
who have fallen in combat, will
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For information on qualifica-
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have partnered to deliver a
heart-warming opportunity
for the men and women of the
armed forces and their fami-
lies. The Personal Photo Book
program enables troops serv-
ing abroad and their families
to create 20-page personal
photo books and ship them
to any APO/FPO address for
free. These full-color, custom-
ized photo books are small
enough to fit in a soldier's
cargo pockets yet can hold more
than 60 photos of loved ones.
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gram makes it possible to share
in the enjoyment of reading to
the children in your life, even
while thousands of miles apart.
The Mayport Center and NAS
Center can record you reading
a book to your children and
send it to them after you have
gone on deployment. It is a
great way to make them smile
on their special day even when
you can not be there with them.
Please contact your local USO
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vice is also available.
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house. Owner financing $200 OFF 1st Month Rent Education/Teaching/
Call Mike 904-759-0121 Training
RIVERSIDE AVE -1 bik Engineering
to St. V, CH/A Irg quiet
MIDDLEBURG- 10 acres, 1BR/1BA, hdwd, laun- Entertainment
24aowner financing, low dry $550mo 343-6218 Executive/Management
easy equal. 512-663-0065 St Johns Cnty 3/2.5 Twnhm
lization__ ______1 car garage, all ameni- General Employment
ties, gated. $1010mo. Hotel/Hospitality/Tourism
LXn Call 904-386-6785 Industrial Trades
Thank you! Westside FORECLOSURE? Insurance
Besides protecting our MUST MOVE NOW? Landscaping/Grounds
Rent 1500sf 3/2 home Maintenance
Additiona reaerhi Fn otcountry, military $97 8/mo Adults on ly Law Enforcement/
ONLn $0 Ar personnelstationed in pet friendly Call771-8839 Security/Safety
our communities Legal
er donated 6l10,l60 _M.P. _I__ Maintenance/Janitorial
hou q.o.-volunteerhServices
hourss of vounteer ATLANTIC BEACH 2/2 Management/Professional
service i n Northeast 1 story, near Navel base aeti
& schools. Appliances, Marketing
Florida and Southeast wash/dryer hkup, pool, Mechanics
Ge a astyea l quiet area, privP0atio, no Medical/Health Care
G ( Teorgiala t year Trr smkrs/ ets. $730me/dep
time was gven to + utils. 904-483- 0659 Marine/Trade
Nurses/Nurses Aides
A A,-community Atlantic Beach- Choice Office/Clerical/
oiranizations, church garage, heated pool Administration
Must close by 9/30/10. Dunson Real Estate, Part-Time
Copyright 010 Lennr ups,you activities, Inc., Realtor 904-247-5153 Personal Services/Beauty
Corporation. 8/10 1i-- scouting and more Real Estate/Property
Unfrnihed Recreation/Sports/Fitness
ArgyleForest-C himney Food/Beverages
Lakes Very nice 3/2,
2000sf, frplc, fnCd yrd, Retail
S desirable subdiv $1050mo Sales
incids assoc fees 352-367-0372 Science/Research
ARLINGTON 3/2.5 Twnhse Social Services/Counseling
One Riverside_ Aeu6154 Tuscany Cir. Technical Support
Remodeled 1400 sf
$795 Rent +Dep (904) 636 0269 Telemarketing
Arlington-Ft. Caroline Rd Warehouse/Inventory
3/2 newer 1,500sf house Work at Home
2 car gar & all appis. ns Wanted
$985mo+$985dp. 233-6628 Positions anted
Nice 3/2, frpl, 1 car gar,
$975 mo. / $900 dep. Helthcare
11120 Caroline Crest Dr.
inization Call 5450-445
Intracoastal W.-Kensington NURSING AND REHAB
nature: Date Submitted: 4/2, 2cg,. 2000sf, Ig fnc yd
new paint/crpt, comm Looking for a few good
pool, etc. $1300mo-dep. people:
. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the 904 -716- 7164 3-11 and 11-7 RN's, LPN's,
above requirements will be billed. The publisher reserves the right to omit any or LAKESHORE- Lovely 3BR PCNAN shiftsT, aPaabnd
all ads. brick home, Comp
redecorated in perfect
Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by cond, no pets $850mo+ Housekeepers Day shift
calling 366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number. dep 904-786-6043/771-8880 available some week-
Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed Neptune Beach private 1 ends. Previous Exp in
br cot tage. 2blks to the LTC desired.
on an original form. beach, CH&A, water incl
$795/mo. + dep 982-4143 Please apply in person:
elect the number of weeks ad is to run: 1 wk J 2 wks J 3 wks J 4 wks Orange Park/Holly Grove 4134 Dunn Ave.,
3br/2ba, 1550sf, living Jacksonville, FI 32218 or
o renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News. room, separate dining Fax resume 766-3157
0TE: (1) This form must be clipped (not torn) along the outside border. (2) No more room, de n, eat- in
kitchen, large yard, 6mi
1an one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two free ads per fam- from NAS Jax $1050mo.
y, per week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index. 904-655-9432/ 386-649-5566
KINGsLAND 3/2 ADT Dealer
category: Home, wood firs, Alert Security Services
quiet neighborhood 20 positions to fill
Call Linda Grooms at train. $500-$700 to start.
Westside/Crystal Springs Baymeadows 904-674-2464
Nice 3/2 on large priv
One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202 $875mo+dp 904-923-8799 $500-$700/wk to start.
HUGE 1700sqft 3brm/2ba enthusiastic individuals
S pymnts as low as $6S0" for fast paced training
we finance call or email program. Call Mr.
Rebecca@904-781-0441 Johns 904-829-5359


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High energy, friendly,
money motivated per-
son required. Must have
reliable transportation,
have a clean criminal
record & be able to start
immediately. Call
224-1085 or send a
resume by fax 268-9663
or email your resume to

Flooring company seek-
ing EXP., reliable Car-
pet and Ceramic Crews
for year-round work!
Must have own van and
tools, General liab, Corp
or LLC, Valid SS Num-
ber and DL
Call (877) 577-1277 x 1180
OR http://contractor.

Installing all varieties
of ceramic, porcelain,
marble and stone,
serving Jax since
"1987". Living rooms,
kitchens, bathrooms,
backsplashes, foyers,
patios & grout repairs.
Free estimates. Top
Quality, refs., pics.
Design & custom work
as well... best prices
in town...mention this
ad and receive 15%
off!! Call Daryl @
904-412-8963 All work
guaranteed ...licensed,
insured and bonded

, New Dimension
Christian Early
Edu. Pre-Sch, 5505
Normandy Blvd.
32205(Behind NAPA
Auto) is now offering a
September Special for
Day/Night Care @
$100.00 p/w for ages 6
wks/5 yrs. Plus FREE
VPK. Contact our
Alt.(904)868-6518 LIC#

4 Bizzy Bodies Pre-
school. LICENSED.
(F04DU1163); Ages
S n3yrs & up. FREE
V.P.K (Age 4). Located
off Kernan. 904-343-1324

Thank you!
Besides protecting our
country, military
personnel stationed in
our communities
donated 159,120
hours of volunteer
service in Northeast
Flodda and Southeast
Georga last year. Their
time was given to
organizations, church
groups, youth activities,
scouting and more.

AC, Heating, Fuel
Arts & Crafts
Building Supplies
Business/Office Equipment
Craft/Thrift Stores
Estate Sales
Garage Sales
Hot Tubs/Spas
Kid's Stuff
Machinery & Tools
Miscellaneous Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting Goods
Wanted to Buy or Trade

Maytag 21cu. ft.,
top freezer, ice
mkr, white, many
nice features. Great
cond. through out. $185.

Selling to the highest
bidders Sat Sept 25,
located 7725 785t N.
Pinellas Park, Fl 33781
(auction conducted
indoors rain or shine)
bid in person or online @
pany.com 727-388-7900
AB2740 AU3810 DO NOT

souvenirs, meda ls,
patches etc., Old USMC
uniforms 477-6412

.146" Projection Con-
Ssole Hatachi TV,
exc. cond., $250obo.
30 day guarantee
912 882-2272 / 912-674-1204
Must see to appreciate

* Prestigiousr
Colony Cove in Arlington
Modern & antq furnt,
art, Disney. fireman.
signed sports rnem, jwlry,
quilters supp. & material.
Thur 8-6 & Frioat 9-4
3839 Arrow Point TrI W.
N off Ft. Caroline E of
Townsend 642-1002

Furiturle e

New Sets Queen $135
SKing $195 365-0957

, Ceiling Fans.
Hunter 52", Brass, 3
spd. Never used.
Still in orig. box.
$25 each. Both $45.
lighted 2pc Ameri-
can of Martinsville,
gorgeous, filagree
over glass doors, genu-
ine wood, exc. cond.
$295. 904-220-7886

ACHINA. 98pc ser-
vice for 12 people.
pattern. 1940's. Out-
standing cond. $240.
Sectional- Beautiful Ashley
Braxton Leather 6pc
Sectional 2 wks new 20-
wall recliners, push
back chaise, console.
Paid $2953. ask $2300.

The Villages of Pablo
Community Yard Sale
Sept 25, 8am-? Huge
Sale on San Pablo Rd.
Between Bch & Atll Blvd.
Jax Beach- Moving Sale
Sat., 9/25, 9a-3p. 2608
Madrid St., near 2nd St.
& 25th Ave S. 300yr old
brass bed w/ nearly new
matt./boxspring, nearly
new coastal stripe
sleeper sofa, queen bed,
assort, antq wicker furn,
4 auto. tires #225/60R17
Michelin w/ 1500 mi, and
lots more!!!
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

pants, 36x32. Din-
1ner dress white
jacket 46R with epi-
lets. Worn once or twice.
Make offer. 904-215-0252
Orthomatic Adi. XL
Stwin beds with
lhead/foot massage
placed together
equals King sz bed $550
for both. 904-305-7455
S $40. 269-7224

4. 7ft. Jon Boat
w/trolling mtr &
battery $375. James
Jones 912-674-0918
Hunting Guns-Weatherby
Mark V, 300 mag,
Weatherby scope case &
strap, never fired $1,500;
Charles Daly 12 gauge
auto, 26" barrel, $300;
Weatherby Orion over &
under, 12 gauge, 24"
barrel $700; Weatherby
Eighty Two 12 gauge
auto, 26" barrel $400.
Call 904-707-8649
, BOWF LEX $400.
Treadmill $75.

JAG TICKETS 3 terrace
suite tickets for 1/2 sea-
son or by game includes
parking all food & bev-
erages. Ph 407-951-2825.

$Cash$ for iunk cars
200+. Free towing, ost
titles. Jim 904-781-3813
Mr. BASEBALL, buying

cairnTrier PupliesAKc
aii sport cards, memou

Health Certificate, POP,
tails and dew claws
removed,S. $500
Callb 9352-226-4871 4 or
Cairn Terrier Puppies AKC
"'Excellent Quality",
www mccartysterriers.con
Dachshund Pups 2 FEM
B/T/S DAPPLES. $300.00
Rob 904-438-5164 or
English Bulldog Pups AKC
Champion lines, all colors
avi now. $1400 386-663-5356


FREE small Pitt Mix
Dog less than 1 year
friendly (904)910-8048
, Free to good home.
Male and female
boxers. Male is 10
years old and neu-
tered. Fawn/white,
female is 9 years old
spayed fawn/white. Both
in good health .
German Shepherd Pups AKC
1 F/1M, German bldin,
vet ck For info 904-563-6271
1M/1F, S&W, HC, $200.
Lab Puppies, AKC, Fox
reds, Chocs & Creams.
$300 & up. 352-687-1406
shots, colors, ADORABLE,
$275. call 724-9620
Reduction Pups and
Adults $100-$400
home raised w/TLC,
health cert, vet checked
$575/ea. Call 352-288-0781
Rat Terrier Pups UKCI,
many colors, exc quality
Shih-tzu, Yorkie, Chihuahua,
Border Collie, Mini
Schnauzer, Boston Terrier,
Maltese & Maltipoo
Call 912-422-3982. Quality
Puppies since 1966

2F, 1M, avail 10/16
$800ea Call 904-553-0054
YORKIES AKC- 2 small
Fema les $ 550
904-781-4710 or 445-8476

Boat Dockage & Rentals
Marine Equipment
& Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's & Suppliers
Motorcycles & Mini Bikes
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Trucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease

14' Jon Boat & Trailer
15hp Yam. 4 stroke short
shaft, many xtras 288-0561
a, 2006 Sea Ray 185
Sport 19.5ft, 3.0L
eng., low hours,
stereo, bimini top,
custom cover. $12,500.

Chevy Lazy Daze 24' 1984
very good running cond,
AC, CD/casette must see to
appreciate $2000. 551-7976
9 TT 31ft Holiday
Rambler, Live-in or
travel, incl. mem-
bership in RV Park
near Orlando. $3995.

VN800 garaged,
33kmi, bags, pipes,
windsh ielId new
battery, chain, must sell
$2500obo. Extras.

dea er direct or

Harley Davidson 2008
Sportster 1200 Custom,
low m iles. Cali
904-631 3085

1974 TR6 Sports Car
runs great, new parts,
british green, new paint
$8900 Call 904-221-8620
1988 Mercedes Benz 560 SL
Coupe Roadster. Classic
2 seat sports car with 5.6
litre, fuel injected gas w/
118K miles, Deep, shiny
black body in mint cond.
2 tops new tires, $12,750,
call Charlie 509-3130
Excellent condition.
Cai ,904-635-0956

S1999 Mazda Milen-
nia-has lots of new
work/parts, needs a
little work, runs
great, leather interior,
power windows, seats,
sun roof. Body/paint in
good condition. $2,000.00
OBO. Call 904-291-1656.
., 2000 Infinity G20 4dr
sedan. Extra clean.
115K miles. Fully
loaded. $3400 OBO.
952002 Mazda Mille-
nia Premium, Io
mi's, 90k, ex-clean,
loaded, must sell
ASAP, A SteaI at
$4500obo. 904-536-5386
'86 FORD T-Bird
93Kmi's, 302/5.0
Seng., good inter.,

For Straight Talk &
No Games Come


Cell: 904-470-9224
Bus: 904-387-4041
Bring In The Is Ad
For Extra Savings

Silver, gas saver, power
pkg, sunroof, cruise,
XM, $11,750. 904-221-5569
2.5 ton floor jack,
set of jack stands,
36" creeper, all
stainless steel $40.
BY OWNER gray, 4DR,
24/34 mpg 75k $10,250

H 1994 Ford Ranger
XLT Supercab 6cyl,
190k mi's, great
work, truck or stu
dent truck $3000.
904-505-7455 Jim
Supercab Like New
No Flaws!! $8500 obo
Hemi, Quad cab,
long bed, exc. cond.
40kmi's, $17,500
negot. 219-928-0678

$Cash$ for iunk cars
200+. Free towing, lost
titles. Jim 904-781-3813
Alive or Dead
Free Pickup 237-1657

7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700

4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111

1550 Cassat Ave.

3494 Philips Hwy. 398-3036

C i-4aDv s L.0Ire

2330 US1 South 354-4421
9A& BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000

1-95 Exit 373, Fern Bch.
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500

2330 US1 South 3544421

9A & Baymeadows 493-0000


4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060

7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500

1-95 Exit 373, Fern Bch.

1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee)
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy.
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673

5CS m C.
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826

1325 CassatAve. 899-1900
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300

4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060

7600 Blanding Blvd. 677-8808

10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200

10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
7018 Blanding Blvd. 777-5900

1810CassatAve. 389-3621

6999 Blanding Blvd. 777-1800

2330 US 1 South 354-4421
9A& BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000
1-95 Exit 373, Fern Bch.

7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500

6373 Blanding Blvd.

10259 Atlantic Blvd.

7040 Blanding Blvd. 777-5100

4620 Southside Blvd.


9850 Atlantic Blvd.

7220 Blanding Blvd.


Commercial Leasing Sincel 155
2810 St. Augustine Rd.

A Family owned
2126 MayportRd., Atlantic Beach
Family Owned Since 1967
6833 Beach Blvd.
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
1672 Cassat Ave.
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012



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