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Fans brave wet weather to hear
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Naval Station Maywport on Frilday.
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Photo by Sarah Barthelemy




HSL-48 Shifts To HSM Fair Winds,


Changes SFollowing sSkippers Seas To

By Lt.j.g. Patrick Sullivan0MW h t
HSL-48Pv. CIVC White


Cmdr. Edward O'Grady
assumed command of
Helicopter Maritime Strike
Squadron (HSM) 48 from
Cmdr. Eric Bower on May
2.
The change of command marked the transition from HSL (Helicopter
Anti-Submarine Light)
into HSM. Under the new
HSM-48 standard, the
squadron will operate the
MH-6oR and move from
the SH-6oB "Seahawk" -Photo by MCC William Townsend
helicopter that has been V, CMDCM Bob White, wife, Lesley, and
in service with the Vipers f children are piped ashore as White
since the squadron's incep- officially retires after 30 years of naval
tion in 1989. service during his retirement ceremony
"As we christen HSM- May 2.
48, we move forward with -Photo by Paige Gnann
new aircraft, new equip- Incoming HSM-48 Commanding Officer, Cmdr. Edward O'Grady and outgoing CO From Staff
ment, new skills and Cmdr. Eric Bower report to Capt. Clay Conley, Commander, Helicopter Maritime Naval Station Mayport said fair winds
expanded missions," said Strike Wing, Atlantic, after reading their orders during the squadron's change of com- and following seas to CMDCM Bob O'Grady. "We also move mand and transition ceremony on May 2. Also pictured is guest speaker retired Capt. White during his retirement ceremony forward with a clean slate. Charles Litchfield. May 2 at Mayport Chapel.
This new squadron has yet White's last tour was as command
no history, that's for all of unique in military aviation guidance of Skipper Bower, tion maintenance inspec- master chief of Naval Station Mayport, us to write. It does how- in that our missions can we've shown that we are tion and we set the stan- reporting to the command in March ever, have a proud legacy, run the gamut from comn- more than equal to all of dard during our search 2012. Guest speaker at the ceremony and most recently a legacy bat to humanitarian and those tasks," he added. and rescue evaluation. We was former NS Mayport Commanding of excellence. Helicopter everything in between." "This past year, we Officer and current Chief of Staff, Navy
squadrons like this are "Recently, under the had an outstanding avia- see HSM-48, Page 13 Installation Command, Capt. Douglas
Cochrane.
U S h F IH P SWhite entered the Navy in Jne 1984.
A4l Feet Sss season Following boot camp in San Diego,
California, he completed AV(Ai)
H iS r i Cnfaviation Fire Control "a"School in
Hurricane Sorte I..onerence Millington, Tennesse and was designated an AQAN. He laterally converted to
Fire Control Technician (Missiles) and
By MCC
Erica R. Gardner occur May 5 15 for the opened the conference with very important to Naval reported to USS Brewton (FF 1086).
U.S. Naval Forces Southern Corn- entire gulf coast and U.S. facts and figures about past Station Mayport and the In July 1988, he reported to TRARON mand/U.S. 4th Fleet Public Affairs East Coast region. The destructive tropical weath- surrounding community," 21, Training Air Wing 2, Naval Air coordination conference er in the area. said Ballance. Station Kingsvile, Kingsville, Texas.
In preparation of was established for afloat By memorandum of The last time the naval In October 1990, he reported to USS
the tropical destruc- commanders, along with understanding between station had to sortie ships Belknap (CG 26), command ship for tive weather season, U. key leadership and har- U.S. Fleet Forces and 4th was in 2008 when Tropical Commander Sixth Fleet/NATO Striking 5. 4th Fleet Meteorology bor operations to discuss, Fleet, Ballance serves as Storm Fay produced record and Support Forces Southern Europe. a nd Oc ea nog ra p hy review and coordinate pro- the senior officer present rainfall and winds of up to In January 1994, he attended MK86 (METOC) hosted a Pre- cedures to sortie Mayport float (SOPA) Mayport. He 78 mph, he said. GFCS School in Dam Neck, Virginia, and
Season Hurricane Sortie ships and aircraft to avoid is also designated as the Fay was the first Atlantic subsequently reported to USS Merrill Coordination Conference destructive tropical weath- Mayport as the sortie com- tropical cyclone in the (DD 976), homeported in San Diego, on April 29. er. mander, historical record to make California.
The conference is held Rear Adm. George "The education and prep- four landfalls in the same In May 1996, he attended Physical
every year in April prior Ballance, commander, U.S. aration of all afloat com- state. Fay was also the first Security and Law Enforcement School in to the Hurricane Exercise Naval Forces Southern manders and leadership tropical cyclone on record Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, (HURREX), which will Command/U.S. 4th Fleet, for destructive weather is See Hurricane, Page 14 See White, Page 13

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Chaplain -Sailor Confidentiality Is Real


munication with a Navy others are at risk," Tidd or if they're concerned C -l D A N NJ~Q chaplain; Chaplains added. about command involve~ N flN ~ fl I~~U have the obligation and Chaplains serve as
CORNER responsibility to pro- advocates to help indi- mhentir an, ipation
tect and guard the con- viduals get the supportthicaer"sdTd.
always good to remind mand. fidential communica- needed to overcome in addition to a Message
Sailors and family mem- In light of these tions disclosed to them; the challenges they face to the Fleet on confibers of this important results and other anec- and commanders honor before matters escalate. dentiality, the Chaplain aspect of Chaplain min- dotal evidence, Chief of and support the unique, "This unique relation-Cophaesblhda istry from time to time. Chaplains Rear Adm. confidential relationship ship between an indi- Ceor ha e estaliseda Chaplain Christianne Whitten, Mark L. Tidd saw an between an individual vidual and a chaplain canreocepgdvtd
Steven Souders Public Affairs, Chief of opportunity to roll out and a chaplain, serve as a valuable safety to confidentiality on
CNSL Ministry Center Chaplains office, wrote an official campaign Chaplains cannot be valve to the commander its website: www.chapan illuminating article on to help educate service compelled by the com- to facilitate increased lain.navy.mil. This page I have lost count of this last June. in order members, leadership mand, medical pro- morale and mission includes frequently
the number of times a to highlight Chaplain- and families across the fessionals or others to readiness," said Tidd. Sailor has come to talk Sailor confidentiality, Navy and Marine Corps disclose what a service Given the continuing asked questions, a fact to me, either on the her article follows, on SECNAV Instruction member or family mem- stigma service mem- sheet, a flyer, as well as a deckplates of a ship or "In a recent poll 1730.9: Confidential ber shares in confidence. bers associate with seek- link to the policy. in my office, and asked on Navy Personnel Communications to "What you say to us ing help, chaplains offer "The Chaplain Corps is
the question of whether Command's website, 63 Chaplains, stays between us, unless Sailors, Marines and committed to caring for
or not what he/she says percent Of 5,049 respon- This policy was estab- you decide differently- their families a safe place to me will remain con- dents did not believe lished on Feb. 7, 2008 You hold the key," said to talk, without fear or all with dignity, respect fidential. What most that what they say to a to protect the sacred Tidd. "That being said, judgment. and compassion, regardSailors and family mem- chaplain is confidential, trust between an indi- chaplains will always "Confidentiality can less of an individual's bers fail to realize is and 65 percent of 2,895 vidual and a chaplain, assist in guiding an indi- be particularly impor- beliefs, if any. One of that they hold the key to respondents believe Per Navy policy, service vidual to the appropriate tant when a Sailor or tewy ed hsi confidentiality with the that Navy chaplains are members and families resources and will not Marine may feel they tewy ed hsi Chaplain and not the required to report cer- have the right and privi- leave an individual alone have nowhere to turn through confidentiality,"

other way around. It is tamn matters to the com- lege to confidential com- when the individual or during a personal crisis, Tidd said.


Gift Ideas For The High School Graduate

you, but it is usually the toaster oven, or George it the first time my dad most appreciated gift Foreman grill; a book- gave it to me, but it was hi___of graduates whether case; a bulletin board; or so valuable, everyone in
K N OIN Gthey are going away to even a comfy chair may the dorm borrowed it.
THKE RO0P ES college,staying home for be just the ticket for thatThtiwytreyas
college or work, or join- new place. You could ltrh a ocet
favorite, allow students to take ing the military, even add sheets, a com77A new computer. notes, keep a calendar, Gift cards. if you forter, or rug. But check replacement one.
This is a great gift for a check the weather, and know that your graduate first with the graduate I o hn fay
college-going graduate. take fabulous photos. will be going to a trade who may have his/her thing else that would be The iPad offers great Camera. Cameras are school for a certain pro- own decorating ideas. beneficial for a graduate convenience, allowing used now for so much fession, check into what Gift basket. Since to have, don't be afraid Judy Cromartie the student to take it to more than remember- they may need to bring most graduates are on to buy it. The graduate
School Liaison Officer lectures to type notes, to ing all the good times at with them. You can gift a tight budget whether will appreciate anything group meetings around college or starting a new them by helping them leaving home to set up that you give him. Need gift ideas for campus, or to work on job or joining the mili- purchase it. When some- an apartment or a dorm Judy Cromartie is the a graduating senior? papers or projects if he tary. Learning to use a one is studying to be a room, put together a bas- Sho iio fie Concerned that you has a little downtime camera on a new job welder or auto-mechan- ket of small items that Sol Liaisont Officer
might not get the gift to between classes. But or in college adds skills ic, for instance, the can help get through frN apr.I o the graduate on or before trust me, if the iPad is which can lead to a pro- trade or tech school they that first costly month have questions about graduation? Help is on out of your budget, the motion or additional attend will require they laundry detergent, dryer this article or concerns the way. graduate will not turn skills on a resume. See purchase certain tools sheets, 409, Lysol wipes, about an educational
Duval County Schools' down a notebook com- Smartphone above, of the trade, sometimes shampoo/ conditioner, issue impacting your
graduations begin May puter. Money. The most through the school. Ask body wash, toothpaste, child, she can be reached
16, St. Johns May 28, Smartphone. These popular high school your teen grad if this is disposable razors, lotion, via email at judith. and Clay May 30. The phones vary quite a bit graduation gift is money. the case and contact the etc. cromartie@navy.mil or
following list of ideas in size, weight, and fea- As long as you don't care school for a gift card. Tool box with basic by phone at (904) 270should be in time to help tures. But students are how it gets spent, feel Housing deco ra- tools. Believe it or not, 68 10 ofc]o those who need to get a rarely seen without one. free to write a check or tions. Leaving home to I got one of these when 68 1o ofc]o gift in the mail or to just They are now pretty purchase a money card move into a dorm room I left home the first (904) 993-5860 [cell]. decide what to buy for a standard for keeping up and include it in a grad- or an apartment can be time for college and Or you can schedule a son or daughter, a neph- with life. The multitude uation card. It may not costly. Small applianc- again when renting my meeting With her in her ew or niece, or a family of apps now available seem very heartfelt to es like a mini refrig, first apartment. I hated office in Building One.


the hallway to sigh at the P
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The M ea t&Pota toes in the kitchen sink.
OF LIFE No little book of mush all
will make them underto place, I had the mov- [pray for me] outward stand what I know. I er ak up the books displays of such corny have learned over the along with other bath- sentimentality are not years that appreciation 0 room accessories -a well received, unless for motherhood is best wicker tissue box cover, a that is, I want to see my felt, not described in Lis Sit Moinri decorative soap dispens- kids' eyes rolling, which words on a Mother's Day
Military Spouse er, fingertip towels, a lit- I most certainly do not. card or in a book Onl a4




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Navy And Marine Volunteer Service
Corps Achievement Medal Medal GSM3 M i c a h
QM1 D a n i e l Lewis, NSMayport Daughtery, NS Mayport L e t t e r O f
BM2 David Foley, NS Appreciation Mayport BMSN D u s t y
AC2 Terrance Baugman, NS Mayport
Williams, NS Mayport BMSN Michael
MA3 G e r a r d o GarciaNS Mayport Gonzalez, NS Mayport SOQ Plaques Good Conduct MA1 Luis Pacheco,
Award NS Mayport
MA3 G e r a r d o C82 Mandrieka
Gonzalez, NS Mayport Wilson, NS Mayport M i 1 i t a r y MA3 Aaron Alford, NS
Outstanding Mayport

ayport ears -Photo by GSM3 Hillary Hicks
NS Mayport Commanding Officer, Capt. Wes McCall, and CMDCM Ross Cramer present plaques to the Sailors of the Quarterfor NS Mayport. Picturedfrom left, Cramer, Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Aaron Alford, Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Mandrieka Wilson and Master-at-Arms 1st Class Luis Pacheco and McCall.

Memorial Service

From Staff Order of the United
NS Mayport will host States, North Florida a USS Stark memorial Commandery, assumed ceremony on May 16 sponsorship for the
at Mayport's Memorial memorial service. Park. The ceremony will Several members of be at lo a.m. and guest the 1987 crew of Stark speaker for this year's will attend the service. event is NS Mayport The service will feature Commanding Officer, accounts of some of the Capt. Wes McCall. events that occurred folOn May 17, 1987, while lowing the attack, both on patrol in the Arabian
Gulf, 37 Sailors died aboard ship and here in when two Iraqi mis- Mayport, from crew and siles struck USS Stark. volunteers who worked Despite the severe dam- to provide information age inflicted, the heroic and support services efforts of Stark's crew to the families of crew saved the ship. Stark members. was decommissioned Mayport's Memorial
at Mayport in 1999. In Park was established order to preserve the Aug. 1, 1987, with the tradition once the ship dedication of the Stark was retired, the Naval monument.



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This Memorial Day, the proper folding of our May 26, the Beaches National Standard. Veterans will salute their At 2:30 p.m. the profallen Comrades with gram will begin with wreaths presented by a submarine klaxon various veterans organi- sounding the emerzations in their memory. gency "DIVE DIVE They will also recog- DIVE," followed by nize the Terry Parker; Honors to our Flag and Forrest; Ed White; and Honrsco ou Flag and
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Members of Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders enjoy a ship tour aboard amphibious transport dock ship USS New York (LPD 21) as part of Fleet Week Port Everglades.

This is the 24th annual Fleet Week in Port Everglades, South Florida's annual celebration of the maritime services.



Community Welcomes USS New York


To Fleet Week PortEverglades

By MC3 history this town has ball game.
Stephane Belcher opened up to the mili- I'mli just happy to
Flet Wek~rt verlads Pbli -tary and said 'thank you.' be here," said Ensign
FfairskPotEvrlaePbi You guys protect us. You Brandi Sanders from

Local community lead- preserve our quality of the USS New York (LPD
ers officially welcomed AW1,life. We can live this way 21). "The baseball game
participants of Fleet because of what you do." seems cool, like it would
Week Port Everglades 3,_Following the ship be fun to do. I know
2014 during the ship greeting, service mem- there are some comgreeting and all hands on bers gathered moved to munity relation events,
deck party at Seminole the courtyard, stood in maybe I can get in on
Hard Rock Hotel and formation and "sounded those."
Casino in Hollywood, off' during a "Roll Call" The festivities were the
Fla., April 28. During as part of the All Hands first community events
the event, hosted by On Deck party. for the members of the
Broward Navy Days, "It's a great honor to Sea Services in the Fort
community members be down here for Fleet Lauderdale for Fleet
welcomed members Week," Rear Adm. Kevin Week Port Everglades,
of the Navy, Marine Kovacich, commander, which runs through May
Corps and Coast Guard Carrier Strike Group 12, 5. During Fleet Week,
to South Florida and told the crowd prior to Sailors, Marines and
thanked them for their the Roll Call. "Broward Coast Guardsmen will
service. County has really been participate in friendly
"I think this town gracious. (Citizens) have interservice competition,
has always been a Navy -Photo by MC3 Stephane Belcher opened their homes, including Galley Wars
town. It is a military Albert Hickey (left), retired New York City Police Department (NYPD), Captain community and hearts to and Damage Control town. We support the Christopher Brunett, Commanding Officer of USS New York (LPD 21), Brian all of us." Olympics, volunteer with
Navy, the Coast Guard Kenny, retired NYPD and Frank Sisto (right), retired NYPD pose for a photo Both events were a local community outand the Marines," Fort onboard USS New York (LPD 21). Hickey, Kenny and Sisto were all NYPD first prelude to additional reach organizations and Lauderdale Mayor Jack responders during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack. This is the 24th annual activities during Fleet experience the sights, Seiler told the invited Fleet Week in Port Everglades, South Florida's annual celebration of the mani- Week, such as a Marlins sounds and hospitality of guests. "Throughout time services. Appreciation Night base- South Florida.




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USS New York Sailors


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-Photo by MC3 Angus Beckles
Machinery repairman fireman Benito Gueche assists engineman fireman A>Cathleen Lissfarrow from amphibious transport dock ship USS New York
-Photo by MC3 Angus Beckles (LPD 21) during the dress out relay in the Resovie Maritime Academy Damage Sailors from amphibious transport dock ship USS New York (LPD 21) receive Control Olympics as part of Fleet Week Port Everglades. This is the 24th annual the first place award and champions pennant in the Resovle Maritime Academy Fleet Week in Port Everglades, South Florida's annual celebration of the maniDamage Control Olympics as part of Fleet Week Port Everglades. time services.


By MC3 Stephane Belcher 17 points. the Navy and machinery tech- DC Olympics. "This is great Guard, so we get to go back
Fleet Week Port Everglades Pu blic Affairs The event was hosted by the nicians from the Coast Guard training. We all enjoy it and to our roots. it's fun to have Sailors from USS New Resolve Marine Group is in spent the day competing in always learn something new." all these guys around and do
York (LPD 21) and Coast Fort Lauderdale, Fla., as part dressing out in firefighting The Resolve Marine Group what we use to do."
Guardsmen from USCGC of Fleet Week Port Everglades. equipment, fighting simulated provided breakfast, lunch, During Fleet Week, Sailors,
Margaret Norvell (WPC-11o5) This is the 13th year the fires, patching pipes, search energy drinks, smooth- Marines and Coast Guardsmen participated in the Resolve Resolve Marine Group has and rescue and P-too fire- ies and live entertainment will participate in friendly Marine Damage Control sponsored this event. fighting. for the attendees. The train- inter-service competition,
Olympics as part of Fleet Week "Our company does this as Damage Controlman 3rd ers with the Resolve MarineinldgGaeyWrad Port Everglades April 29. their gratitude to the armed Class Zackery Crider looked Group were hands-on with the inDinag GatrlOlymWarsn The Sailors from USS New forces and the sacrifices the forward to the pipe patching service members during the Dmg oto lmis
York's second team won first service members give," said event, and he felt confident event, volunteer with local communiplace after a tie-breaker with Thomas Jones, training man- because, he said, he has done "This is one of the best ty outreach organizations and the Coastguardsmen. The win- ager for the fire school. "It's it a lot and its fun. things we do every year," said experience the sights, sounds ning team had 22 points, fol- our way of saying thank you." "This builds companionship Jones. "The majority of us and hospitality of South lowed by the Guardsman with Damage controlmen from and moral," said Crider of the use to be in the Navy or Coast Florida.





Sailors, Marines


Visit Children's


Hospital During


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By MC3 Stephane Belcher
Fleet Week Port Everglades Publi A//air
Sailors from Carrier Strike Group 12 and the
amphibious transport dock ship USS New York
(LPD 21), as well as, Marines from the 2nd Battalion,
6th Marine Regiment visited the Joe DiMaggio
Children's Hospital on April 30 as part of the 24th
Anniversary Fleet Week Port Everglades.
The Sailors and Marines spent the day visiting sev-Photo by MC3 Stephane Belcher eral of pediatric wards to wish the children well and Sailors and distiguished visitors fill their plates during the Celebrity Chef Luncheon onboard USS New York pass out gifts. (LPD 21) as part of Fleet Week Port Everglades. "This is something I can give back to the community while I'm at Fleet Week. I wanted to come,

Cele rity Chefs Se ve L nch 1st Class Chiquita Oscar, from Carrier Strike Group
J 12. "We come in and see the smiles on their faces.I
would do it again, if I could. I had a great time."
The servicemembers walked throughout the pediFTra in i ng To S e rvii ce M\1emrib er s atric ward and visited children in there room. They
B MC3answered questions from the youngsters about the By M3station's Mess Hall are military, and Lt. Justin Bernard, the command chapStephane Belcher used to serve lunch. lain aboard USS New York said prayers with the
Fleet Week Port Everglades Public
Affairs Culinary special- families.




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The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) -Photo by MCSN Edward Guttierrez II!
transits the Black Sea ahead of the guided-missile frigate USS Taylor (FFG 50), Sailors assigned to the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer US center, and the Romanian navy ships ROS Regina Maria (F 222), left, and ROS Donald Cook (DDG 75) remove chocks and chains from an SH-60B Sea Marasesti (F 111). Donald Cook, the first of four Arleigh Burke-class destroyers Hawk helicopter assigned to Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light 48 to be forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, is serving on a scheduled patrol in the (HSL-48). Donald Cook, the first of four Arleigh Burke-class destroyers to U.S. 6th Fleet area of responsibility as part of the president's European phased be forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, is serving on a scheduled patrol in the adaptive approach to ballistic missile defense in Europe. U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations as part of the president's European phased
adaptive approach to ballistic missile defense in Europe.



USS Taylor


Departs Romania DC Training On Roosevelt

From U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet
PublicAffairs Regina Maria (F 222), and sailors from
The Oliver Hazard Perry-class frig- both countries participated in antiate USS Taylor (FFG 50), homeported submarine warfare workshops aboard in Mayport, Fla., departed Constanta, Taylor and at Tuzla Air Base. Romania, following a scheduled port The U.S. Navy, on a normal and rouvisit, May 1. fine basis, operates ships in the Black
Taylor's presence in Romania reaf- Sea consistent with the Montreux firms to NATO allies that the U.S. Navy Convention and International Law. shares a commitment to strengthen Taylor is deployed in a multi-mission
ties while working toward mutual goals role in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operaof promoting peace and stability in the tions to contribute to regional mariBlack Sea region. time security, conduct bilateral and
Taylor's port visit in Romania gave multilateral training missions, and to her crew the opportunity to engage support NATO operations and deploywith their Romanian counterparts ments throughout the region. and explore Constanta, including the U.S. 6th Fleet, headquartered in -Photo by MC2 Justin Wolpert
Romanian Maritime Museum and Naples, Italy, conducts a full range Damage Controlman 1st Class Lenard Legare, from Charleston, S.C.,
Bran Castle. of maritime security operations and instructs sailors during a damage control training exercise aboard the
The visit also served to build theater security cooperation missions Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Roosevelt (DDG 80). understanding and strengthen the in concert with coalition, joint, inter- Roosevelt is on a scheduled deployment in support of maritime secubonds between U.S. and Romanian agency, and other partners in order rity operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 5th fleet
Servicemembers. The Romanian navy to advance security and stability in area of responsibility. hosted a luncheon aboard the ROS Europe and Africa.















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Puli~faisChief Engineman Paul In total the Philippine "Between a strait transit,
Publc~ffirsNichols, an assessor for Sea completed more replenishment- at-sea,
The guided-misl ATG Mayport. than loo spot checks in
cruiser USS Philippine "We were very two days with more than vertical replenishment
Sea (CG 58) success- impressed with how 90 percent accuracy. and a multitude of other
fully completed its the Phil Sea's crew was It's very unusual to do daily shipboard and air
Maintenance and able to engage with the an assessment like this operations it took flexMaterial Management assessment while still while a ship is deployed,
(3M) mid-cycle assess- handling all the extra said Nichols. Both the ibility from everyone to
ment, May 1. \responsibilities of being crew and the training complete an inspection
A team of six asses- on deployment," Nichols team had to overcome of that magnitude."
sors from Afloat Training added. unfamiliar challenges for PhlpieSa s
Group (ATG) Mayport __A During the assessment what turned out to be a dPhlydpp ortSeaig
embarked with the ship crew members from all very successful event. delydspotn
for five days to conduct -Photo by MC3 Abe McNatt of the ship's departments "I was very pleased maritime security operathe assessment. CTT2 Stephen Collier performs a main- performed maintenance with the ability of the tions and theater secu"The mid-cycle assess- tenance check on a water tight hatch for spot checks, which are ship, and the ATG rity cooperation efforts
ment is a way for us to ENC Paul Nichols, an evaluator for Afloat supervised maintenance team," said Master in the U.S. 5th and 6th check the pulse to see Training Group Mayport, during a mid checks used to evaluate Chief Machinist's Mate
how healthy the ship's cycle maintenance inspection aboard USS the effectiveness of the Timothy Dozier, the Fleet area of responsi3M program is," said Philippine Sea (CG 58). maintenance person. ship's 3M coordinator. bilifies.


2 Phil Sea Sailors Become Master Chiefs

Ffa SPirs pn eaPbi some of the Navy's most and give personal con- it has been and privilege
professional and dedicat- gratulations to the new to serve with the past Two Sailors were pro- ed Sailors." master chiefs. four years. I'd also like to
moted to master chief All available crew "I was very honored thank my wife Fran for
petty officer during a attended the ceremony to see my name on the supporting me these past
frocking ceremony, May on the ship and lingered list," said Dozier. "I'd 11 years that we have
2, on the flight deck of > afterward in the Arabian like to thank the crew of been married, which
the guided-missile cruis- Sea heat to shake hands the Philippine Sea, who have mainly been at sea."
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N Melanie Hayes, a nurse practitioner and civil service employee at NBHC Mayport's Occupational Health, conducts a medical surveillance physical exam on Aviation Structural Mechanic
7 2nd Class Joshua Herring of FRCSE Detachment Mayport.
-Photos by Paige Gnann
Antonio Washington, a dental X-ray technician at Naval Branch Health Clinic Mayport's Dental department, takes an intraoral radiograph of a patient to identify any deficiencies or tooth decay. Washington is one of about 650 men and women who serve as civilian staff throughout Naval Hospital Jacksonville's hospital and five branch health clinics located across Florida andGeorgia.

By Keats Reynolds
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affai rs Jacksonville civil service team recalled of her time as NH Assistant demonstrates this daily by Jacksonville commandO n M ay 1, N aval1 the attentiveness they show ing officer and expressed her Hospital (NH) Jacksonville to the approximately 67,000 gratitude for the public service Commanding Officer Capt. enrolled patients across the workers who continue to put Gayle Shaffer proclaimed command. Even through the service above self. May 4-10 as Public Service furlough period Of 2013, the "It has been an honor and a 7
Recognition Week (PSRW) federal workforce put service privilege to be your command-A,
throughout its six facilities above self to ensure that med- ing officer these past two years in Florida and Georgia. It is ical care at the hospital and and as I will soon pass on an opportunity to thank the branch health clinics did not the command to another, I'll Registered nurse and civil service employee Cecilia Cardona, almost 650 civilian men and waiver, take comfort in knowing that from Naval Branch Health Clinic Mayport's Family Medicine,
women who serve as physi- When someone becomes you-our civil service employ- discusses the many advantages of Medical Home Port's
cians, nurses and support part of the U.S. Civil Service, ees-play critical roles in the RelayHealth service with a patient. staff. they not only accept a job but continuity of great care across
"Now more than ever, our an oath to support and defend Naval Hospital Jacksonville side warfighters and caring Jacksonville's six health care federal employees are being the Constitution of the United and our nation," said Shaffer. for the nation's heroes. Each facilities located across Florida asked to do more with less," States. Federal workers, like "Your hard work does not go and every day, public service and Georgia. About 163,000 Shaffer stated. "Yet, they con- our military members, come unnoticed, and I want you to workers protect and defend active and retired Sailors, tinue to press forward and from many different walks of know that I am proud to serve the Constitution of the United soldiers, Marines, airmen, support readiness and quality, life and fulfill many different with you." States, ensuring that the U.S. guardsmen and their famipatient-centered care-from missions. Together, they unite Today, almost 3 mil- government is the best in the lies-more than 67,000 are
healing patients to ensuring to uphold the pledge to serve lion strong, federal employ- world. enrolled with a primary care
we have the supplies needed to and protect the U.S. govern- ees are researching cures for For more information on manager (PCM) at one of its do so." ment. cancer, developing solutions ways to celebrate PSRW, visit facilities. Visit the command
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A fan gets jeans signed by members of Blue October during an autograph session held at Beachside Community Center prior to the May 2 Mayport 71
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Above, The Cab hits the stage as the opening act of this year's Mayport Music Fest on May 2.

Blue October, The Cab In Concert
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Mayport Music Fest brings nationally known their biggest tunes.
returned to Naval acts to the base for this Past shows have Station Mayport on May free concert event, featured bands like 2 with Blue October and Hundreds of fans Switchfoot, Anberlin, The Cab in concert at Sea braved the threat of and Red Jumpsuit Otter Pavilion. rainy weather to hear Apparatus.







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Crowds sing a long to the songs of Blue October during the free Mayport Music Fest held May 2 at Sea Otter Pavilion.
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Blue October lead singer Justin Furstenfeld sere- Furstenfeld breaks out his guitar and the smoke nades the crowd during the Mayport Music Fest effects during one of the several songs the band perconcert. formed at the Mayport Music Fest.

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Texas. He reported to reported to the Senior 2007, he was selected Additi $ 35 per-hour charge NAS Sigonella, Sicily Enlisted Academy, to serve simultaneously
frice etoer2 people Security Department. He Newport, R.I., and as Carrier Air Wing 14
was selected and initiat- reported to SERMC Command Master Chief. For more information please call 4 ed as a chief petty officer Mayport. In March In February 2009,
(904) 270-3275 or (904) 270-5425 in September 1996. In 2007, he graduated from he reported as CNO
August 1999, he reported CMC/COB course and directed Command to Afloat Training Group reported to the "Fighting Master Chief Navy SAT Mayport and in October Redcocks" of Strike Region Europe, Africa,
2001, USS La Salle (AGF Fighter Squadron 22 as Southwest Asia. He 3). the Command Master served there until reportIn January 2005, he Chief. In September ingtoNSMayport. HSM-48 From Page 1

won awards for aviation ed with the Helicopter and the President of the safety and the retention Maritime Strike Wing United States. of our Sailors, and most Atlantic Battle "E" and O'Grady is a native importantly, we've put the Arleigh Burke Fleet of Highland Mills, NY combat ready detach- Trophy. and commissioned
ments to sea .... And as Bower's next assign- from the United States the sun sets on our time ment will be to OPNAV Naval Academy in 1997. as HSL and we prepare command. Previous His career has included
to move into the future, assignments include the two deployments with we embrace the dual- Joint Staff, as Director HSL-44, assignment ity of our mission and for Operations (J-3). to the staff of Director we reaffirm to the world He served as Assistant Navy International that in Viper Nation you Deputy Director for Pams Offic nP)
will find no better friend, Operations and Strike inoWashice DN a and no worse;enemy." Advisor on Nationali Bower assumed com- Joint Operations and deployment with HSL-42
mand of the Vipers in Intelligence Center Team as Detachment Officer in February 2013. Under Four in the National Charge, and assignment his tenure as command- Military Command to United States Special
ing officer, the squad- Center. He provided Operations Command ron deployed seven worldwide politico-mil- as a planner on the
fully mission capable itary monitoring, stra- Commander's Global LAMPS detachments tegic and emergency Special Operations
in support of Operation action functions and Forces Operational SEnduring Freedom crisis response in sup- Planning Team.
*and the Global War on port of the Chairman of Cmdr. Jeffrey Hill
4Terror. The squadron's the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will take over as Viper hard work was reward- Secretary of Defense, Executive Officer.















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FFSC Workshops Available For Sailors, Families

From FFSC
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The following class- D o ~ u Y ~ A ~ D Q~ ( 7 against consumer fraud Open discussions
es and activities are D o Y o u K no w O-V -'I~PS E d in the marketplace. where spouses and fainoffered by the Fleet and May 15, 2014 9 a.m.- ily members can ask
Family Support Center NS Mayport and Navy Information common misconceptions and mis- noon, SAPR Victim questions and connect
(FFSC) and are free of Operations Command, Norfolk will steps that should be avoided in the Advocate Refresher with other family memcharge. Pre-registration present, "Emerging Social Media interest of Operations Security. Training, Bldg. 1, RMV bers of deployed IA is required and child- Trends and Operations Security: The May 12 briefs will be held from 104 service members. This
care is not available. For #DON'TDOTHAT" on May 12-13 in 9-10 a.m. and 1-2 p.m. The May 13 Credentialed Victim group meets once a more information about Bldg. 1, Room 104. brief will be held from 6-7 P.m. Advocates must com- month and child care is
the classes or to regis- There will be three one-hour pre- Registration is required for May plete 32 hours of provided for free! ter call 270-6600, ext. sentations available to ombudsmen, 13 evening session. Contact Kris refresher training every May 21, 2014 9 a.m.1701. FFSC is located in Family Readiness Group members Edmondson at 270-6600 ext. 1700 two years to main- 1 p.m., Organizing
Building One on Massey and family members. The presenta- or email krischele.edmondson.ctr@ tain credentials and Your Job Search and Avenue. tion is a brief overview of the more navy.mil. receive the latest SAPR Networking, Bldg. 1,
May 8, 2014 10-11 Program updates. RM 702
a.m., Healthy YOU, May 15, 2014 10-11 Participants will gain
Health Family!, Bldg. the prevention and business ownership May 14, 2014 9 a.m.- a.m., Healthy YOU, the tools and strategies
1, RiV 702 response to SA and might align with per- 1 p.m., Organizing Health Family!, Bldg. necessary to map their
This program focus- increasing awareness of sonal strengths & life Your Job Search 1, RV 702 career paths, organize
es on the woman her- available SAPR resourc- goals, and introduces and Networking, This program focuses and perform an effective
self and her power to es. fundamental tools & Bldg. 1, RV 702 on the woman herself independent job search,
change the course of May 12, 2014 1:30-3 strategies associated Participants will gain and her power to change and how to build their her life. Participants p.m., Targeting Your with executing plans for the tools and strategies the course of her life, own network of peers for are encouraged to set Resume, Bldg. 1, RM launching & growing a necessary to map their Participants are encour- continued support. individual goals, com- 702 small business, career paths, organize aged to set individual May 21, 2014 9 a.m.plete a Myers Briggs Participants will learn May 13, 2014 9-11 and perform an effec- goals, complete a Myers noon, Capstone Event Inventory, and to iden- how to highlight their a.m., Relationship tive independent job Briggs Inventory, and to (All Pay Grades), tify family roles. skills and experiences Communication, search, and how to identify family roles. Bldg. 1, RM 1616
May 8, 2014 10 as they directly relate Bldg. 1, RV 702 build their own network May 19, 2014 1:30-3 The final component of
a.m.-2 p.m., SAPR to the each job they are Participants learn of peers for continued p.m., Targeting Your Transition Goals, Plans,
Resident Advisor applying for. how to master the support. Resume, Bldg. 1, RM Success (TGPS). During
Training, Bldg. 1, RV May 12-13, 2014 8 skills of understanding M ay 14, 2 014 702 Capstone, Individual
719 a.m.-4 p.m., Boots to non-verbal cues, con- 1 1: 3 0 a m. 12 :3 0 Participants will learn Transition Plans (ITP)
A CNIC mandated Business, Bldg. 1, RV structive criticism, and p. m., Consumer how to highlight their are reviewed and the
brief that is required 702 active listening. They Awareness, Bldg. 1, skills and experiences as completion of CRS is
for all resident advi- We will assist partici- also learn to explore the RMV 719 they directly relate to the verified and recorded on
sors. The brief pants in understand- differences that affect Fraud is on the rise each job they are apply- the ITP checklist focuses on explain- ing the steps related to communication as a and you could become ing for. May 22, 2014 10-11
ing the role of the business ownership as couple, as well as how the next victim of con- May 19, 2014 6-7 p.m., a.m., Healthy YOU, RA/Unaccompanied a post-military career, they can deepen their sumer fraud or identity IA Family Connection Health Family!, Bldg.
Housing Staff in understanding how relationship. theft. Learn to deter, Group, USO, Mayport 1, RM 702


Resident of the Week






1' V4__4W Helping Out

-Photos by Paige Gnann
SMayport Area Chief Petty Officer
Phot cortes ofBBCAssociation members join Hands Balfour Beatty Communities would like to congrat- -O a o ec la pi
ulate Terni Fuller who is the Resident of the Week!JakovleBchCPsfm We appreciate the Fuller Family and all of our resi- SERMC MyotHS-60 and NS
dents who live with Balfour Beatty Communities! MyotgtoteryArl2 opc
Will you be the next Resident of the Week? For more up trash along the beach and sidewalk.
details about the program, please call 904-270-8870.1




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Building Supplies M$450. 904-616-6008 Motorcycles/Mini Bikes
Business/Office Equipment Ceiling Fan 52" quality brass
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