Navy Team Ready For DoD Warrior Games Pages 4-5 Mayport Celebrates African-American Month Page 11 MWR Color Run This Weekend Page 7 NAVSTA Mayport Hosts Canadian Artifact Ceremony NEX AOK Awards Good Grades From NEXCOM The Navy Exchange Service Commands (NEXCOM) A-OK Student Reward Program offers all qualified students to participate in a quarterly draw ing for monetary awards of $2,500, $1,500, $1,000 or $500 for a total of $5,500 per quarter. The next drawing will be at the end of March 2018. Any eligible full-time student that has a B-grade point average equivalent or better, as determined by their school system, may enter the draw ing. Homeschooled students can also qualify with acknowledgement that the student has a B average or equivalent record of accomplishment. Eligible students include dependent children of active duty members, reservists and military retir ees as well as U.S. civilian Department of Defense employees stationed outside the continental United States and U.S. civilian employees of firms under contract to the Department of Defense outside the continental United States. Students must be enrolled in 1st through 12th grade. Dependent children with out an individual Dependent Identification Card 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 or progress report and have a NEX associate verify the eligibility. Then fill out an entry card and obtain an A-OK ID which entitles the student to discount coupons for NEX products and services. NEXCOM has been offering students a chance to help pay for college through its A-OK Student Reward Program since 1997. Since the programs inception, NEXCOM has awarded $722,000 in sav ings bonds and monetary awards to students with the help of its generous vendor partners. Increased Incentives, Assignments Changes For Some Overseas Sailors From Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs Navy announced Feb. 21, that Sailors serving on sea duty in Japan, Guam and Spain now have an increased set of incen tives available to them, in NAVADMIN 042/18. According to the NAVADMIN, Sailors who voluntarily extend their sea duty at the listed loca tions to a minimum of 48 months, will have any remaining sea time left on their prescribed sea tour waived and be allowed to rotate to shore duty for their next assigned tour. Those who extend their tours by 12 months or more will be given preferential consideration for announced billets in Career Management System/Interactive Detailing (CMS/ID). Eligible Sailors who extend their sea tours for at least 12 months still have the option of Sea Duty Incentive Pay. The Overseas Tour Extension Incentive Program also remains an option for eligible Sailors. Additionally, with the release of this NAVADMIN, first-term Sailors in grades E-3 and below are now authorized accompa nied orders to overseas locations where dependents are authorized. Our goal is to reward those Sailors who volunteer to extend to meet the demands from the fleet, said Rear Adm. John Meier, director, Career Management Department, Navy Personnel Command (NPC). In addition to the incentives already in place, which remain options for Sailors who meet extension criteria, these additional incen tives should make it easier for Sailors who make the decision to extend. Sailors interested in taking advantage of these incentives must request an extension by submitting an Enlisted Personnel Action Request (NAVPERS 1070/7 Rev. 1/03) 18-14 months prior to their Projected Rotation Date. For assistance, Sailors should contact their command career counselor. By USS Little Rock Public Affairs A group of Sailors from the lit toral combat ship USS Little Rock (LCS 9) participated in a commu nity outreach event in Montreal, Quebec, Feb. 23. Sailors volunteered at the Welcome Hall Mission where they assisted with daily opera tions by bagging groceries, build ing chairs and packaging food for the homeless, single parents and at-risk youth. One of the volunteers, Operations Specialist First Class Petty Officer Aaron Huckabaa said, It was nice to give back to the community. Especially since the people of Montreal have been so welcoming and kind, as a visit ing American it was nice to give back to the community. Throughout the day, Sailors were able to interact with local citizens both on the side of people receiving the food and those who manage and operate the program. All of the people running this program were so passionate about serving the community and helping as many people as pos sible, said Operations Specialist Senior Chief Petty Officer Tarius Williams. It was shocking to see how many people they feed and support here every week. According to managers, Welcome Hall Mission was estab lished in 1892 and offers support for the homeless, young single mothers, and at-risk youth in the Montreal urban community. The free grocery store provides basic food and living supplies for those in need. USS Little Rock is visiting Montreal following its commis sioning in Buffalo last December. Sailors continue to focus on training, readiness, and certifica tions, while also giving back to the local community through vol unteer service. USS Little Rock Helps Homeless in Montreal By MC2 Megan Anuci NS Mayport Public Affairs Naval Station (NAVSTA) Mayport hosted a ceremony to transfer artifacts uncov ered from a 1958 jet crash to the Canadian armed forces, Feb. 26. On Feb. 25, 1958, Royal Canadian Navy Lt. William Thomas Barry Troy was flying an F2H-3 Banshee dur ing a joint exercise with the U.S. Navy when he vanished into dense fog off the coast of NAVSTA Mayport. In the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, a few of Troys items washed ashore on the beach of neigh boring Hannah Park. Among the items uncov ered were a stenciled float coat, a life vest with USN printed on it and a parachute harness with LT (P) TROY stenciled on. Along with represen tatives from the park service, who recov ered the items, and the Jacksonville Sherriffs Office, who maintained them, Troys younger brother William Richard Troy and his wife were present for the ceremo ny. The younger Troy was grateful to be in the pres ence of the gear used by his late brother, particu larly the parachute har ness. Knowing that my brother [wore it], he said. Theres a connec tion there. The Troy family had not previously received much closure. Sixty years ago yester day, the navy had called -Photo by Paige Gnann William Richard Troy and his wife, Pauline, look over a parachute and harness gear belonging to his brother, Canadian navy pilot Lt. William Thomas Barry Troy, who was lost at sea while flying off the coast of Mayport in 1958. Naval Station Mayport hosted a trans fer of artifacts ceremony to honor Troys sacrifice. See Canada, Page 3
2 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, March 1, 2018 Command Chaplain Chap. Steven Souders Roman Catholic Mass Sunday 9 a.m. Monday-Thursday 11:30 a.m. Holy Day of Obligation (call chapel for schedule) Confessions: before & after mass or upon request CCD, RCIA & Adult Ed: Sunday 10:30 a.m. Baptisms 3 rd Sunday of month 10:30 a.m. Protestant Worship Sunday 10:30 a.m. Sunday school 9:15 a.m. Choir: Wednesday 7 p.m. Baptism: For information, contact your chaplain Womens Bible Study Wednesday 9:30 a.m. 2nd & 4th Friday at Chapel 5-8:30 p.m. PWOC 2nd Saturday 9:30 a.m. PMOC 3rd Saturday Prayer Breakfast 9 a.m. For more information, call 270-5212. Naval Station Mayport Capt. David Yoder ........................................................................................... Commanding Officer Cmdr. Patricia Tyler .................................................................................................. Executive Officer CMDCM Bill Houlihan .................................................................................. Command Master Chief Naval Station Mayport Editorial Staff Bill Austin ........................................................................................................... Public Affairs Officer MCC Robert Northnagle ......................................................................... Deputy Public Affairs Officer MC2 Megan Anuci ................................................................... Assistant Deputy Public Affairs Officer AO3 Rebecca Ibarra ............................................................................. Assistant Public Affairs Officer Paige Gnann ............................................................................................................................... Editor The Mirror is distributed without charge throughout Mayports Navy community, including the Naval Station, onand off-base Navy housing areas, and ships, squadrons and staffs homeported at NS Mayport. Copies are also available at the Naval Stations Public Affairs Office, Building 1, and The Florida Times-Union, 1 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202. The deadline for all submissions is Thursday at 4 p.m., one week prior to publication. News and articles should be submitted to the Public Affairs Office, or mailed to: The Mirror P.O. Box 280032 Naval Station Mayport, FL 32228-0032 Commercial: (904) 270-7817 Ext. 1012 DSN: 270-7817 Ext. 1012 Commercial FAX (904) 270-5329 DSN FAX: 270-5329 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org CO Actionline: 270-5589 or 1-800-270-6307 This DoD newspaper is an authorized publication for members of the Department of Defense. 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Advertisements are solicited by the publisher. Inquiries regarding advertising should be directed to: Ellen S.Rykert Publisher 1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202 (904) 359-4168 Advertising Sales (904) 359-4168 (800) 472-6397, Ext. 4168 FAX (904) 366-6230 Free (Or Pretty Cheap) Spring Break Ideas For Families Spring Break for Duval County is almost here. No school for students from 19-23 of March. St. Johns is 26-30 of March. What are your plans to make family memories? Here are some FREE or low cost ideas. Ideas for Spring Break: The Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens is a 120-acre urban woodland full of trails for you to explore and enjoy. From the trailhead next to the parking lot, a stabi lized walkway encircles a beautiful two-acre lake. This trail gently descends about 25 feet from to the foot of the lake and then returns up a gentle slope on the opposite side to the trail head. Interpretive signs and over 100 labeled plants enhance the loop. In addition, over three miles of rustic hik ing trails wind quietly through a series of dis tinct ecological habi tats. Along the trails, benches invite you either to pause and enjoy the view or to get in a good stretch during a vigorous walk. Open to the pub lic 7 days a week from 8 AM to 5 PM. Extended hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays 8 AM to 7 PM. 1445 Millcoe Road, Jacksonville, FL 32225 http://www.jacksonvil learboretum.org Dutton Island Preserve The Dutton Island Park and Preserve is located just east of the Intracoastal Waterway, in the Atlantic Beach area of Jacksonville. Formerly known as Pine Island, it was renamed for a former owner, Walter Dutton. The City of Atlantic Beach pur chased the island from Duttons estate in 1998, and developed the prop erty in three phases between early 2000 and the summer of 2003. There are walking trails throughout the islands 42 acres. There are rest rooms, picnic areas, a fishing pier, a canoe/ kayak launch and a view ing platform that looks out onto the Intracoastal and its surrounding creeks and marshes. 793 Dutton Island Road West, Jacksonville, 32233 http://jackson ville.com/community/ shorelines/2011-07-27/ story/great-jacksonvilleparks-dutton-island-pre serve# Have a Picnic at Hanna Park Hanna Park is locat ed right next to NS Mayport. Extending over one and a half miles of beach and including a public park area, Hanna Park offers visitors sev eral forms of entertain ment, including camp ing, biking, hiking, and their oceanfront Dolphin Plaza. The park is opened year round, from 8 AM to 8 PM between the months of April and October, and 8 AM to 6 PM November through March. Entrance to the park portions one dollar and camping starts at twenty dollars. If you want to learn more about Hanna Park and their services, call (904) 249-4700 or visit http://www.coj. net/departments/parksand-recreation/recre ation-and-communityprogramming/kathrynabbey-hanna-park.aspx University of North Florida Hiking Trails For the outdoorsy, fitness-lover in all of us, the UNFs Robert W. Loftin Nature Trails are a must. Located on the outskirts of UNFs cam pus, the trails extend over five-hundred acres of natural and protected habitats. There are five different designated paths, each varying in length and landscape. The trails also include the Sawmill Slough Preserve, a threehundred acre wetland habitat. Not only can you walk, workout, fish, and sight-see, but UNF also has equip ment rental services where you can checkout paddle boards and kayaks, and they also have a zip-lining course. UNFs nature trails are free and accessible to anyone. For more infor mation call (904) 6202998, or visit http:// www.unf.edu/recre ation/ecoadventure/ Trails.aspx Visit Kingsley Plantation If you are a histo ry buff, you definitely want to check out the tours available at the Kinglsey Plantation. The Kingsley family occupied Jacksonville during the plantation period, and their residency is still preserved today. A tour of the grounds includes exploring the slave quar ters, barn, garden, and kitchen home. The plan tation house itself may also be viewed, but is not included in the reg ular weekly tour, due to structural maintenance. The Kingsley Plantation grounds are is opened year-round, with the exception of major holidays, operat ing Monday through Sunday, 9 AM to 5 PM. Tours are available for the Plantation House on a limited basis Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 AM to 3 PM. If you have any questions, or wish to make a reser vation, call (904) 2513537. Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier Take in a breathtak ing view of the Atlantic Ocean and Jacksonvilles expansive shoreline from the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier, rocketing nearly a quar ter mile into the ocean. Pedestrians, $1; chil dren six and under, free; fishermen, $4. For more information visit, http://www.jacksonvil lebeachpier.com/ If your exploring takes you somewhere spectac ular, please drop me an email so I can share with other families. Sharon Kasica is the School Liaison Officer for NS Mayport. If you have questions or feed back about this article, she can be reached via email at sharon.kasica@ navy.mil or by phone at (904) 270-6289 X1305 [office] or (904) 2193894 [cell]. Or you can use this contact informa tion to schedule a meet ing with her in Building One. KNOWING THE ROPES Sharon Kasica School Liaison Officer For Gods Sake, Open Your Eyes Vietnam Wall Facts... A friend forwarded to me some interesting facts about the Vietnam Memorial Wall the other day. Reading over these Wall facts helped me to remember the myriad of sacrifices made by so many during that War. As the saying goes: as long as there is one to remember and call out your name, then you are not forgotten. I think that is why so many visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall every year in order to touch it and then call out the name or names of a loved one or friend. So that they will not be for gotten. Vietnam is also per sonal for me as I carried a draft card for that war my Senior year in High School. In addition, my parents lost a couple of their friends during that war. So as you read over these facts, resolve to thank a Vietnam veteran for their service and sac rifice the next time you have opportunity. Lets honor these heroes who served. There are 58,267 names now listed on that polished black wall, including those added in 2010. The first known casu alty was Richard B. Fitzgibbon, of North Weymouth, Mass. Listed by the U.S. Department of Defense as having been killed on June 8, 1956. His name is listed on the Wall with that of his son, Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Richard B. Fitzgibbon III, who was killed on Sept. 7, 1965. There are 3 sets of fathers and sons on the Wall. 39,996 on the Wall were just 22 or younger. 8,283 were just 19 years old. THE LARGEST AGE GROUP, 33,103 WERE 18 YEARS OLD. 12 soldiers on the Wall were 17 years old. 5 soldiers on the Wall were 16 years old. One soldier, PFC Dan Bullock was 15 years old. 997 soldiers were killed on their first day in Vietnam ... 1,448 soldiers were killed on their last day in Vietnam ... 31 sets of brothers are on the Wall. 31 sets of parents lost two sons. 54 soldiers attended Thomas Edison High School in Philadelphia. 8 Women are on the Wall. 244 soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor during the Vietnam War; 153 of them are on the Wall. Beallsville, Ohio with a population of 475 lost 6 of her sons. West Virginia had the highest casualty rate per capita in the nation. There are 711 West Virginians on the Wall. The most casualty deaths for a single day was on January 31, 1968 245 deaths. The most casualty deaths for a single month was May 1968 2,415 casualties were incurred. There was a post-script at the end of the Wall facts by an unknown author who wrote: To those of us who lived through and sur vived the war, and to the families of those who did not, we see not the numbers of the dead, but their faces. They were our friends, fathers, hus bands, wives, sons and daughters. There are no noble wars, just noble warriors. CHAPLAINS CORNER Chaplain Steven Souders NS Mayport Naval Station Mayport Chapel has released the Lenten and Easter schedule for Roman Catholics and Protestants, including the annual Easter Egg Hunt. The Chapel will host its Easter celebration, including pictures with the Easter Bunny, on March 17 from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. An Easter egg hunt will start at 10:30 a.m. on the Chapel grounds. Protestant Holy Week Palm Sunday service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on March 25. The annual Easter Sunrise Service will be held April 1 at 7:15 a.m. behind Ocean Breeze Conference Center. Easter morning service and Easter Cantata will be held in the main Chapel at 10:30 a.m. Roman Catholic services begin with Stations of the Cross on All Fridays of Lent in the small chapel at 6 p.m. Its followed by a pot luck in the Fellowship Hall each Friday. On March 16, Stations will be held at Eucharist Congress. Stations before Mass will be held at 8:40 a.m. on March 18. Holy Week schedule begins on Passion (Palm) Sunday Mass starting outside the Chapel on March 25 at 8:45 a.m. Holy Thursday Mass will be held on March 29 at 6 p.m. Good Friday Divine Mercy Chaplet and Confessions will be held at 2:30 p.m. on March 30 with a service at 3 p.m. and a fish fry. Holy Saturday Easter Vigil Mass will be held on March 31 at 7:30 p.m. Blessing of Easter food baskets will happen before Mass. Easter Sunday Resurrection of the Lord Mass will be held at the Sea Otter Pavilion on April 1 at 7 a.m. Easter Mass will be held at 9 a.m. at the Main Chapel. Divine Mercy Chaplet will be held at 8:45 a.m. on April 8. Mass will be held at 9 a.m. Chapel Services For Lenten, Easter Hours of Operation: Monday Friday 0730 -1530 appointments are strongly encouraged, walking in may result in an extended waiting time. Saturday: 0730-1100 (walk ins only) I.D. 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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, March 1, 2018 3 Mayport Sailor Of The Week Name (rate/rank, first and last name): IS2 Nicholas Dakes Job: Maritime Analyst Age: 23 Hometown: Rock Hill, SC Favorite Hobby: Gym Hero: My Pop Best Piece of Advice Received: No matter how successful you are in your military career, theres going to be a day where the navy tells you to go home. Make sure you have a home to go to when that day comes. Family comes first. Goal for the Navy: Im undecided right now, but whatever it is Ill strive to be the best. Currently I have the ambition to commission and fly. How has the Navy Improved Your Life? The navy completely turned my life right side up and headed in the right direc tion. Its matured me to the point where Im actively contributing to society in a positive way. IS2 Nicholas Dakes Life-Saving Skills Honored -Photo by Paige Gnann NAS Jacksonville Exective Officer, Capt. Michael Connor and NS Mayport Commanding Officer, Capt. Dave Yoder present Mayport emergency person nel with a Certificate of Life Saving after the team provided life saving care during multiple instances in 2017. The certificate was one of several pre sented to the Mayport department during a luncheon held at the firehouse on NS Mayport. my father and told him my brother was miss ing, said Troy. A few days later they told us he had passed, and it was a big shock. He was my hero and thats never changed. In a way, this is a good thing. It settles in our mind what hap pened. Rear Adm. Sean Buck, commander, U.S. Fourth Fleet/ U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command, was present to offer remarks, speaking about the opportunity to celebrate. We celebrate the humanity of individuals as well as nations, said Buck. We celebrate sac rifice of individuals as well as nations. We give thanks to an unbreakable bond, partnership and alliance that have served the world so well in times of peace and war. From Page 1 Canada
4 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, March 1, 2018 Navy Ready For Warrior Games By MC3 Kristopher S. Haley Navy Public Affairs Support Element East, Detachment Southeast The top 40 athletes have earned their spot in Team Navy and will now make their way to this years DoD Warrior Games, an adaptive sports competition for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans. The 2018 Team Navy trials, which were hosted by Commander, Navy Installations Commands Navy Wounded Warrior Safe Harbor pro gram, came to a close Feb. 24 at Naval Station Mayport. The Navys adaptive sports program provides a critical pathway to recovery for these resil ient warriors, said Vice Adm. Mary Jackson, commander of Navy Installations Command, who oversees the 11 regions and 71 installa tions worldwide that are foundational to fleet and warfighter readiness. Watching these athletes compete provides many with a renewed apprecia tion for life. The team work and the camarade rie that exist within and between these athletes are indescribably power ful and inspirational. Approximately 70 ath letes competed in vari ous paralympic-style events, including track and field, swimming, shooting, archery, sit ting volleyball, cycling and wheelchair basket ball. Those who made the Navy roster will face off with athletes from the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and U.S. Special Operations Command as well as the Australian Defence Force and the United Kingdom Armed Forces June 2-9 at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. Its more than just a sport, said Kile Putman, one of the Team Navys adaptive field coach es. Its about coming together with a com mon thread of our body is just not what it once was. Sports allow ser vice members to set specific goals to obtain. That technique can be applied to daily lives in the recovery process. It gives a chance to set a standard for their lives that they wish to obtain. Along with the physical recovery and rehabilita tion benefits, the Team Navy trials and the DoD Warrior Games help build new relationships with other competitors who have like-minded drives and experiences while supporting strong social networks and a sense of community they can rely on during their path to recovery. Were all here to com pete, every one wants to make the team and go to the Warrior Games, said Cryptologic Technician 1st Class Tyson Schmidt, 2018 Team Navy Trials participant. Our com petitiveness is equally matched by support. Whether youre the first person to finish a race or the last one to fin ish a swim, the volume of cheers and support doesnt change. Navy Wounded Warrior Safe Harbor provides Sailors and Coast Guardsmen as well as their families with non-medical care while they are recovering from serious illness or injury. There are approximately 4,000 Sailors and Coast Guardsmen currently enrolled in the program. To learn more, log onto www.navywounded warrior.com. -Photo by MC2 Amanda Battles Active duty service members and veterans compete in wheelchair basketball at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Mayports Fitness Center during the 2018 Team Navy trials. Navy Wounded Warrior-Safe Harbor and NAVSTA Mayport are hosting the trials, in which athletes will qualify in eight adaptive sports: archery, track and field, cycling, wheelchair basketball, shooting, sitting volleyball, and swimming. The top perform ing athletes will fill 40 competitive spots and five alternative spots for Team Navy at the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games. -Photo by MC2 Michael Lopez Vice Adm. Mary Jackson, commander of Navy Installations Command, poses for a photo with members of the Australian Defence Force during a Team Navy Trials swimming meet at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Mayport's fitness center in preparation for the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games. -Photo by MC2 Michael Lopez Vice Adm. Mary Jackson, commander of Navy Installations Command, high-fives Air Traffic Controller 2nd Class Esther Stevenson during a Team Navy Trials swimming meet at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Mayport's fitness center in preparation for the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games. -Photo by MC2 Amanda Battles Vice Adm. Mary Jackson, commander of Navy Installations Command, presents the baton to Team Navy participant Aviation Structural Mechanic 1st Class John Dusseau, prior to the 2018 Team Navy trials. -Photo by MC2 Michael Lopez Active duty Sailors and veterans compete in the swimming portion of the Team Navy Trials at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Mayport's fitness center in preparation for the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games. Navy Wounded Warrior-Safe Harbor and NAVSTA Mayport are hosting the trials, where athletes will qualify in eight adaptive sports including archery, track and field, cycling, wheelchair basketball, shooting, sitting volleyball and swimming. The top performing athletes will fill 40 competitive spots and five alternative spots for Team Navy at the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games.
THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, March 1, 2018 5 -Photo by MC3 Kristopher S. Haley Participants of the 2018 Navy Team Trials prepare to fire arrows at targets in Naval Station (NAVSTA) Mayports Fitness Center. Navy Wounded Warrior-Safe Harbor and NAVSTA Mayport are hosting the trials, in which athletes will qualify in eight adaptive sports: archery, track and field, cycling, wheelchair basket ball, shooting, sitting volleyball, and swimming. The top performing athletes will fill 40 competitive spots and five alternative spots for Team Navy at the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games. -Photo by MC3 Kristopher S. Haley Cryptologic Technician 1st Class Tyson Schmidt pre pares to fire an arrow during the 2018 Navy Team at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Mayports Fitness Center. -Photo by MC2 Michael Lopez Active duty Sailors and Veterans compete in the shooting portion of the Team Navy Trials at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Mayport's fitness center in preparation for the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games. -Photo by MC2 Michael Lopez Intelligence Specialist 2nd Class Cassidy Busch, middle, competes in the shooting portion of the Team Navy Trials at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Mayport's fitness center in preparation for the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games. -Photo by MC3 Kristopher S. Haley Retired Sonar Technician 3rd Class Douglas Hill gains his composure during the 2018 Navy Team Trials discus throw at Fletcher High School in Jacksonville, Fla. -Photo by MC2 Michael Lopez Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman Joseph Paterniti prepares to compete in the swimming portion of the Team Navy trials at NS Mayport's fitness center in preparation for the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games. -Photo by MC3 Kristopher S. Haley Chief Engineman Matthew Parker competes in the cycling portion of the Team Navy Trials at Hanna Park in preparation for the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior games.
6 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, March 1, 2018 Community Recreation March 2: Mayport Movies: Finding Dory (PG). 6 p.m. at the Mayport Beacon in the Tortuga Room. FREE. Bring the whole family to watch a great movie on our 20 ft. screen. March 3: UFC 222. Fight starts at 10 p.m. at the Mayport Beacon in Loggerheads. Come and watch the fight Live at Loggerheads with the Liberty Center. March 8: Intermediate Crochet & Pattern Reading. 6 8 p.m. Cost is $25 and all supplies are provided. Register my March 6. Learn the ins and outs of crochet pattern reading and be on your way to creating a beautiful cro cheted hat. Some crochet experience required. March 9: Mayport Movies: Coco (PG). 6 p.m. at the Mayport Beacon in the Tortuga Room. FREE. Saturdays: Auto Skills Center Safety Classes 10:30 a.m. This class is required for all DIY Auto Skills Patrons. Tuesdays Fridays: Auto Skills Center Safety Classes 3 p.m. This class is required for all DIY Auto Skills Patrons. March 17: Auto Skills Brake Class. 1:30 p.m. 3 p.m. Join the Auto Skills Center for this informative brake class taught by an ASE certified mechanic. The class is open to 8 active duty and their spouses. Register by calling the Auto Skill Center at 2705392. Outdoor Adventures Bouncy House Rental: $80 per day. Reactor Dive Watches: 50% off. Equipment Rental: Youll find everything you need to host the perfect party canopies, tables, chairs, inflatables, grills, coolers and more. Rent all of your outdoor needs including camp ers, boats, bikes, paddle boards, tents and more! We even have rentals for a day at the beach. Call us today (904) 270-5221! Beachside Bingo Lunchtime Bingo Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m. at Beachside Bingo. $13.00 per pack. Buy two, get one free. Two $500 payouts every week! Bingo Night Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 4 p.m. Test your luck at Beachside Bingo. We have 36 games with a $10,000 progres sive jackpot and two $5,000 jackpots. Play by computer or paper. *Thursday is paper only night. Play one or all twelve games and win up to a $1,000 progressive jackpot. March 16: Luck o the Irish Bingo. Join Beachside Bingo for Luck o the Irish Bingo! Doors open at 4 p.m. Specials include double payouts on all warm ups and hard cards, a Pot o Gold coin game and priz es for wearing the best St. Patricks gear! Mayport Bowling Center Childrens Bowling Birthdays : Looking for a fun and unique birthday party experi ence? Host your childs next birthday at the Mayport Bowling Center! Available for kids ages 13 and under. Food and Bowling Package: Includes 2 hours of bowling with shoe rent al and kids meal for $11.75 per child. Bowling Package: Includes 2 hours of bowling with shoe rental for $9.75 per child. Lunchtime Bowling Special: Mondays 10:30 a.m. 1 p.m. Tuesdays Thursdays and Fridays 10:30 a.m. 5 p.m. $6 for 2 games (includes shoes). Military Appreciate Day : Wednesdays Open to Close. $1 Games, $1 Shoes, and $1 Hot Dogs and $1 Soft Drinks (till 5pm). Friday and Saturday Nights: Xtreme Red Pin Bowling. 8-11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays at Mayport Bowling Center. $3.50 per game. $3 shoe rental. Strike when the head pin is red and win a free game of bowling for your next visit. Sunday Nights: Xtreme Family Fun Night. 4 7 p.m. at Mayport Bowling Center. Cost is $13 per person (includes shoes and kids hot dog or hamburger meal). Bring the kids out for 3 hours of X-treme bowling. March 1: Thursday Bowling League Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Cost is $15 per week for 15 weeks. Shoes not included. Bowl every week and receive a free sports team bowling ball of your choice. Open to all MWR patrons and guests. March 10: Saturday Bowling League Every other Saturday from 6 p.m. 8 p.m. Cost is $15 per week for 15 nonconsecutive weeks. Shoes not included. Bowl every other week and receive a free sports team bowling ball of your choice. Open to all MWR patrons and guests. Recycling Mondays Fridays. Open Hours 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Dont know where to throw away all those moving boxes? What about your old car bat tery? Bring your recy clable materials to The Recycling Center at building 412. Windy Harbor Golf Club Mondays and Tuesdays: All play. 18 Holes and a Cart Only $25. Wednesdays: Military Appreciation Day. Wednesdays at Windy Harbor Golf Club.18 Holes and a Cart Only $20. Offer open to DOD, active duty, retired, and military dependents (Must pro vide proper ID). Thursdays: Fill the Void. 10:28 11:53 a.m. 18 Holes and a Cart Only $22. March 11: Family Golf. Sundays after 3 p.m. Families play 9 holes of golf on a short ened course, no more than 125 yds per hole. $8 for adults, $4 per child (must be accompanied by an adult). $2 for pull cart rental, no charge for kids golf club rental (if available). March 16: Navy Marine Corps Open. 12:30 p.m. at Windy Harbor Golf Club. Join PGA Tour Player Jim Furyk in a golf tourna ment to benefit the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society. Teams will be organized as a 4-person killer scramble and mul ligans will be for sale for $5 (up to 4 per person). Cost is $75 per player and includes cart, greens fees, range balls, box lunch, prizes, gift certifi cate for return round of golf and a banquet. Sign up by March 12. Focsle Lounge CPO Club Monday Friday: All Hands Lunches. The CPO Club is open to all hands for lunch Monday Friday. Tuesdays: Wings and Trivia Night. Enjoy wings and trivia. Wednesdays: Fried Chicken Special. Enjoy three pieces of specialty fried chicken and two sides for $8 at lunch. Thursdays: Blue Plate Special. Enjoy the chefs special of the day at lunch. Lose 2 Win With MWR -Photo courtesy of MWR Pictured is NC1 Dave Ferguson of LCSRON 2, lost 11.6 percent of his body weight. Dave is three months post-surgery after rupturing his patella tendon playing bas ketball. Military spouse Eileen Hanley lost 9.14 percent of her body weight. They both worked with Fitness Specialist Nicole Knight, also pictured, and they both received a $150 Visa gift card. Approximately 110 people participated in the Lose 2 Win program and collectively lost 755 pounds over the 4-week period. That is a Lose to Win record since the annual program began three years ago! The container with stones is a visual representation of all the weight the participants lost (755lbs). Child and Youth Programs Become a Child Development Home Provider. The Child Development Home (CDH) Program is an extension of the Child Development Center Program. CDHs are inde pendent business enter prises operated by Navy certified military fam ily members in their own homes. For informa tion on how to become a CDH Provider please call the Child Development Center at 904-270-7740. March 19 23: Spring Camp 5:30 a.m. 7 p.m. at the Youth Activities Center. Are you ready for Spring Break? Parents can request care at military childcare.com. Parents already enrolled in the program do not need to register. Meals and snacks are provided. A non-school Day Care option will be offered on March 16 and March 30 (daily rate). Hourly Care will be offered based on availability at $4 per hour. Open to children Kindergarten through age 12. Fun For Kids
THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, March 1, 2018 7 Mayport Liberty Center ***The following activities target single or unac companied Sailors. For more information, call 904270-7788 or stop by the Mayport Liberty Center and pick up the monthly activity calendar with a complete listing of all upcoming Liberty events.*** Mondays: Billiards Tournaments. 6 p.m. at the Liberty Center. Prize for 1 st place. March 1: REI Presents FL Hiking Basics 6:30 p.m. 8 p.m. FREE. Learn about the hiking basics for Florida-trip planning, essential items, equipment, safety precautions, along with local resources and places to go. Open to all hands 18+. Join us there or take the van at 5:30 p.m. Sign up by Feb. 27. March 2: Town Center Trip Need a ride? Join us for a trip to the Town Center. Van departs the Liberty Center at 5 p.m. Transportation only. March 4: Paintball. Join the Liberty Center and GTF Paintball for a day of epic battles. Trip includes transportation. Van departs the Liberty Center at 9am. No gear, no problem! GTF offers all of your paintball equipment, safety gear, field fees and 500 markers for only $15 (pay at GTF). Sign up dead line is March 1. (All hands welcome, 18+) March 7: Bowling Clinic 5 p.m. at Mayport Bowling Center. Do you need a little help on your game? Are you a little rusty? Join the Liberty Center for 3 FREE games of bowling at Mayport Bowling Center. This trip includes games and shoe rental. Sign up dead line is March 6. (Liberty Patrons only) March 8: Surf Fishing Fishing will start at 2 p.m. behind the Liberty Center. Have you ever wanted to learn to fish, or are you already a pro? Join Liberty & Outdoor Adventures for a day of fish ing behind the Liberty Center. All equipment will be provided but you must have a valid FL Shore Fishing license, available at http://myfwc.com/license. Please sign up by March 6. (Liberty Patrons only) March 9: Movie Trip. Van departs at 6 p.m. to head to your favorite movie or entertainment venue in town. March 11: St. Augustine Celtic Music and Heritage Festival. Van departs at 9 a.m. Join Liberty for Celtic music and fun in St. Augustine. Dont forget to wear your green! Sign up by March 8. March 13: Ice Skating. 7:30 p.m. Transportation only. All hands welcome 18+. Sign up by March 12. March 15: REI Presents Backpacking Basics. 6:30 p.m. 8 p.m. FREE. Open to all hands 18+. Join us there or take the van at 5:30 p.m. Spend Your Liberty With MWR Aquatics Family Swim. Saturdays 10 a.m. 12 p.m. FREE. Family Swim is a great way for children and their families to spend a morning in our indoor pool. Mayport Swim Club. Open hours at the Natatorium. FREE. Build up your cardio strength and endurance while earning great incentives. Swimmers can track their mileage in our binder on the pool deck. Awards will be given at 50 miles, 100 miles, 200 miles, 300 miles, 400 miles and 500 miles intervals. Masters Swim. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 5:30 7 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays 4 p.m. 5:30 p.m. FREE. Masters Swimming is an Adult Swimming Fitness program that meets the needs of all swim mers from beginners to former Olympians. Our workouts are designed to help each swim mer met their individual goals ranging from improving their swimming skills, learning new strokes, prepping for the Navy PFA, qualifying for special war fare programs, getting ready for swimming competitions and Triathlons or just to add variety to their workout regimen. March 5 19: American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor Course Mondays 10 a.m. 4 p.m. and Thursdays 4:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Cost is $200 for military, dependents and DoD, and $250 for civilians. Participants in the Lifeguard Instructor Course must be at least 17 years old and must be American Red Cross Lifeguard, First Aid/CPR/AED certified and successfully complete an online session. Fitness Zumba. Mondays at 11:15 a.m. and 5 p.m., Tuesdays at 9:15 a.m., Thursdays at 5 p.m., Fridays at 9:15 a.m. and Saturdays at 10:15 a.m. Join the ultimate dance party! March 3: Mayport Color Run 5K. 9:00 a.m. at the Fitness Center. Preregister at the Fitness Center for $5 or register the day of the race for $10 (cash only). March 20: Pre-Summer Meltdown. 11:00 a.m. 1 p.m. at the Fitness Center. Get ready to strut your stuff this summer and get a jump start on that beach body! Join MWR Fitness for a 2 hour, calorie-destroying fitness session featuring a wide sampling of classes offered at the Fitness Center, from cardio and strength to CORE and recovery. Intramural Sports March 9 11: March Maddness Basketball Tournament. Registration deadline March 1. Entry fee $250 per team. April 4: Captains Cup Flag Football Organizational Meeting. 11 a.m. at the Fitness Center. Open to active duty, retirees, family members and DoD ages 18+. April 10: Captains Cup Celebrity Awards Banquet Luncheon 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m. at Ocean Breeze Catering and Conference Center. Get Fit With MWR Programs
8 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, March 1, 2018 HST Strike Group Goes Live By MC2 Anthony Flynn USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Public Affairs The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group (HSTCSG) executed an integrated live-fire exer cise while underway con ducting their composite training unit exercise (COMPTUEX), Feb. 21-22. This was an opportu nity for us to train with the tactics and actual live ordnance we would utilize if a fast mov ing boat was to attack the strike group, said Capt. Kevin Kennedy, commodore, Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 28. We brought everything together in a live-fire sit uation where we had to layer the defense of our forces. The exercise tested the communication and exe cution of individual units as they worked togeth er to defend the strike group, including USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51), USS Forrest Sherman (DDG 98), USS Bulkeley (DDG 84) and aircraft from Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 1. It was impressive to see the execution of the integrated fire from sur face ships, fixed wing and rotary assets from the [strike group], said Cmdr. William Harkin, commanding officer of USS Bulkeley. Our abil ity to find, fix and tar get multiple threats and effectively deploy a sig nificant amount of ord nance should concern any adversary we face. Individual units have been training for the exercise over the last couple months, while the planning for the event itself has been in prog ress for almost a year. It has been about a year long process estab lishing the criteria, train ing objectives and safe ties that needed to be in place, added Kennedy. The last three to four months, the ships and aircraft that were going to be participating used synthetic trainers going through the scenarios, so we could see it syntheti cally before we did it live and safe. While the exercise was completed in a matter of hours, the results of it will have a lasting impact on future tactics and similar evolutions. There are few and far-between exercises, like this one, we get to do that we are able to get a lot of great lessons out of, added Kennedy. These lessons are going to go right back into developing future tactics for the fleet. COMPTUEX is the final stage of pre-deploy ment workups for the strike group. For USS Harry S. Truman, the evolution caps off more than seven months of training to ensure the ship and crew are ready to deploy. Farragut Supports HST During COMPTUEX -Photo by MC1 Stephen Oleksiak Sailors participate in an engineering training exercise aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Farragut (DDG 99). Farragut is underway as part of the Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group (HSTCSG) composite training unit exercise (COMPTUEX), which evaluates the strike groups ability as a whole to carry out sustained combat operations from the seaultimately certifying the HSTCSG for deployment. New App Aids Aviation Corrosion Training From Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Public Affairs The Aviation Corrosion Challenge app, offering Sailors and Marines an interac tive, score-based gam ing scenario for identi fying corrosion, became available in app stores in February. Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training (CNATT) and the U.S. Navy Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) partnered to launch the app through the Navy AppLocker; Google Play for Android users; and iTunes for iOS users. CNATT and PMW 240 have been efforting this for six months, and to see this come to frui tion represents a move toward the technologybased learning were embracing, said Mark Tinetti, CNATT instruc tional systems special ist. Students today have information at their fin gertips and putting out material in a format to which theyre accus tomed is keeping in line with CNATTs modern ized learning model. The app will not replace or substitute existing corrosion train ing, according to Tinetti, but is designed to aug ment it through visual identification of corro sion; methods for remov ing and treating corro sion; and materials used in corrosion prevention. Using photographs and text, the game randomly generates elements asso ciated with corrosion control, including types, effects on alloys, aircraft cleaning, preventative compounds and seal ants. Game users answer questions within a set amount of time while earning points. The game format of this app is something we felt could be more appealing to users, said Tinetti. Individuals spend a lot of time on their phones and having a resource such as this immediately accessible is something we felt could effectively complement required training. Tinetti added that the game allows a review of questions at the end of each challenge and includes an achievement section, which unlocks trophies for points and levels earned. Senior Chief Aviation Structural Mechanic Roger Nelson, a subject matter expert at CNATT, oversaw the content por tion of the apps devel opment and said the game-based training aid is something supervi sors can employ as part of regularly scheduled training. Corrosion is one of the biggest challeng es service members at squadrons, fleet readi ness centers and other facilities face on a daily basis, said Nelson. Incorporating this visual aid as something to augment training is something were hop ing division officers and chiefs can stress to Sailors and Marines who deal with corrosion. The app offers pub lic content and does not require authentication or authorization to access. The app is available through the iTunes App Store at https:// itunes.apple.com/ us/app/aviation-cor rosion-challenge/ id1337279306?mt=8; the Google Play Store at https://play.google. com/store/apps/ details?id=mil.navy.cor rosion; and the Navy AppLocker at https://www.applock er.navy.mil/#!/apps/ F94B24A4-2D18-49E0AF47-89764E4EE248 CNATT is the tech nical training agent for the Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE), an organization designed to advance and sustain naval aviation warfight ing capabilities at an affordable cost under Naval Education and Training Command.
THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, March 1, 2018 9 Iwo Jima ARG -Photo by MCSN Dary M. Patten Sailors and Marines look for foreign objects debris on the flight deck of the Wasp-class amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7) Feb. 24, 2018. Iwo Jima, homeported in Mayport, Florida, is con ducting naval operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations. -Photo by MC2 Lyle Wilkie -Photo by MC1 David Holmes Above, Quartermaster Seaman Vannessa Baltodano raises the foxtrot flag for flight quarters aboard USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7) Feb. 24, 2018. Left, Ensign Eryn Stockdale, from Talladega, Alabama, executes baton strikes during security reaction force basic training on the focsle of USS New York (LPD 21) Feb. 23, 2018.
10 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, March 1, 2018 MWR Teens Feed Jax Homeless By Terra Downey MWR Marketing Technician Teens affiliated with the Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Teen Center handed out sandwiches, waters and care packages to over 200 people in down town Jacksonville on Saturday, February 10, 2018. The event was organized by the MWR Teen Centers Keystone Teen Leadership partici pants as part of a month ly teen night event night called #WeOwnFriday. The #WeOwnFriday nights are organized by teens, for teens with the goal of attracting and engaging new, non-Club teens through events, meetups and programs. Februarys #WeOwnFriday project featured Peanut Butter Jelly Time where teens encouraged other teens and parents to donate needed items to make 200 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the homeless. Along with the items needed for the sandwiches they also asked for bottled water, personal care items and clothing. The teens prepared the items on Friday and set out on Saturday to donate. First they donat ed the womens, mens and childrens cloth ing to Trinity Rescue Mission. Next, they gave out sack lunches and care packages with hygiene items at the Shell gas station across from the rescue mis sion. The hygiene items were so popular that the group purchased more soap and shampoo at the Dollar Store to hand out immediately. The final stop was near Hemming Plaza where the teens handed out the remain ing sack lunches and waters. This experience was truly one to remem ber, commented Brandy Wolfe, Teen Coordinator. We some times take for granted the things we use every day, such as soap and shampoo, when there are people right in our town who dont have access to these necessities. The event was so suc cessful that the MWR Teen Center is planning to do similar community service projects in the future. The MWR Teen Center offers an array of special events, field trips and clubs on a month ly basis which provides a sense of community and a social outlet for the teens involved. For more information about the MWR Teen Center, please visit www.navym wr.mayport.com. -Photos courtesy of MWR Above, teens prepare sandwiches to hand out to needy at Trinity Rescue Mission as part of a community relations project organized by MWR Teen Centers Keystone Teen Leadership. Below, the teens hand out sandwiches, water and care packages at Trinity Rescue Mission. Teens stand outside of Trinity Rescue Mission after volunteering for a commu nity relations project on Feb. 10.
THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, March 1, 2018 11 NS Mayport Celebrates African-American History Month NMCRS Golf Tournament Helps Shipmates By Terra Downey MWR Marketing Technician The fourth annual Navy Marine Corps Open will be held March 16 at 12:30 p.m. at Windy Harbor Golf Club. The tournament will benefit the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society and fea ture a special appearance by PGA Tour Player Jim Furyk. Furyk is most known for winning the 2003 U.S. Open and as being Mr. 58 because he holds the record for low est score in the PGA Tour history. Furyk lives in Jacksonville and has always been supportive of the military. My favorite thing is having Jim partici pate with the sailors, said Jon Fine, PGA Golf Professional and Food and Beverage and Entertainment Director for Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR). The tournament is organized as a 4-per son killer scramble. Mulligans are for sale for $5 per person, up to 4 per person. The cost is $75 per player and includes a cart, greens fees, range balls, a box lunch, priz es, a gift certificate for a return round of golf and a Banquet. The deadline to register for the tour nament is March 12. -Photo by MC2 Megan Anuci Naval Station Mayport celebrated African American Heritage Month with a ceremony in the chapel. Capt. David Yoder, commanding officer, Naval Station Mayport, gave the opening remarks, followed by Culinary Specialist 1st Class Jakelia Owens performance of the "Negro National Anthem." The guest speaker was Mr. Lloyd Washington, president of the Durkeeville Historical Society. -Photo by MC2 Megan Anuci Naval Station Mayport Sailors bow their heads in prayer during the African American Heritage Month celebration held at the base chapel Feb. 22. -Photo by MC2 Megan Anuci Naval Station Mayport's Oasis Galley celebrates African American Heritage Month with a special meal and a cake cutting ceremony. Commanding Officer, Capt. David Yoder cuts the cake with CS1 Jakeila Owens and CS1 Curtis Pacheco. Pictured below, a Sailor transfers chicken onto a serving platter, one of several dishes specially prepared for African American Heritage Month. CS1 Curtis Pacheco slices a roast, part of a special meal served by the Oasis Galley in honor of African American Heritage Month.
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