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CPO Selectees Take Eco Challenge Pages 4-5 Mud Cup ELITE Relay Winners HSM-40 Page 9 USS Farragut Entertains Crew Page 7 Navy Accepts Delivery of Future USS Sioux City And USS Wichita From Naval Sea Systems Command Public Affairs The U.S. Navy accepted delivery of two Littoral Combat Ships (LCSs), the future USS Sioux City (LCS 11) and USS Wichita (LCS 13), during a ceremony at the Fincantieri Marinette Marine shipyard on August 22. Sioux City and Wichita, respectively, are the 14th and 15th Littoral Combat Ships (LCSs) to be delivered to the Navy and the sixth and seventh of the Freedom variant to join the fleet. These deliveries mark the official transfer of the ships from the shipbuilder, part of a Lockheed Martin-led team, to the U.S. Navy. It is the final milestone prior to commissioning. Both ships will be commissioned later this year, Sioux City in Annapolis, Maryland, and Wichita in Jacksonville, Florida. Regarding the LCS deliveries, Captain Mike Taylor, LCS program manager, said, The future USS Sioux City is a remarkable ship which will bring tremendous capability to the Fleet. I am excited to join with her crew and celebrate her upcoming commissioning at the home of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis. Today also marks a significant milestone in the life of the future USS Wichita, an exceptional ship which will conduct operations around the globe, he said. I look forward to seeing Wichita join her sister ships this winter. Capt. Shawn Johnston, commander, LCS Squadron Two, welcomed the ships to the fleet, saying, The future USS Sioux City is a welcome addition to the East Coast Surface Warfare Division. Both her Blue and Gold crews are ready to put this ship though her paces and prepare the ship to deploy. The future USS Wichita is the first East Coast Mine Warfare Division ship, he said. She will have a chance to test some of the latest and greatest mine warfare systems after she completes her remaining combat systems trials. Several additional Freedom variant ships are under construction at Fincantieri Marinette Marine. The future USS Billings (LCS 15) is preparing for trials in spring 2019. The future USS Indianapolis (LCS 17) was christened/ launched in April. The future USS St. Louis (LCS 19) is scheduled for christening and launch in the fall. The future USS MinneapolisSaint Paul (LCS 21) is -Photo courtesy of PCU Wichita The Navy accepted delivery of the future USS Wichita (LCS 13) during a ceremony at the Marinette Marine Corporation shipyard. Delivery marks the official transfer of LCS 13 from the shipbuilder. It was a special ceremony as the crew got to witness this major milestone prior to commissioning the ship scheduled for later this year. See LCS, Page 3 -Photo by MC3 Chris Roys Sailors bring in the lines aboard the amphibious dock landing ship USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43) before getting underway to participate in an amphibious ready group Marine expeditionary unit exercise (ARGMEUEX) Aug. 21, 2018. ARGMEUEX enhances joint integration, lethality and collective capabilities of the Navy-Marine Corps team through joint planning and execution of challenging and realistic training scenarios. USS Fort McHenry Underway For Pre-deployment Exercise By MC3 Kaitlyn E. Eads USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) Public Affairs The units of Kearsarge Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) departed their respective homeports for an ARG, Marine Expeditionary Unit exercise (ARGMEUEX), Aug. 21 22. ARGMEUEX enhances joint integration, lethality and collective capabilities of the NavyMarine Corps team through joint planning and execution of challenging and realistic training scenarios. The Sailors and Marines on this team have been working hard to get to this point. Were excited to test ourselves as a unit in the upcoming exercises, said Navy Capt. Daniel Blackburn, commodore, PHIBRON 6. I am confident in this ARGs capabilities and anticipate a successful at sea period. The Kearsarge ARG consists of Amphibious Squadron (PHIBRON) 6, the Wasp-class amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD 3), the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship USS Arlington (LPD 24), the Whidbey Island-class dock landing ship USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43), and Marines from the 22nd MEU. The group is preparing for an upcoming deployment. Mayport To Host Saratoga Classic By Terra Downey MWR Marketing Technician This week MWR announced it will host the inaugural Saratoga Classic Half Marathon on Feb 3, 2019. The event is open to the public and provides a venue for the Jacksonville and military communities to come together. Naval Station Mayport has been a staple in the community for over 75 years, and the run is named in honor of USS Saratoga (CV-60), Naval Station Mayports first aircraft carrier. The route for the Saratoga Classic will provide a truly original experience. The run will begin on-board Naval Station Mayport and continue out the Main Gate towards HWY 116. Continuing onto HWY 116, the run will go across the Wonderwood Bridge and loop back to the base, where runners will finish next to some of the Navys finest ships. We want to create something unique, that will become part of the cultural fabric year after year, stated MWR Director, Lee Bell. USS Saratoga was the first carrier home-ported at Naval Station Mayport, spending her entire career here (1957-1994). She operated through the Vietnam War, Operation Gulf Storm, and many other conflicts. In honor on USS Saratogas fighting spirit, MWR Mayport has given its inaugural half marathon her name. We have a wonderful opportunity to showcase MWR and Mayports rich history, Bell said. Participants, from first-time half marathoners to elite distance runners, will have the chance to start early registration on Sept. 1, 2018 for only $40. Prices will increase incrementally until the final See Saratoga, Page 3

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2 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 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: mayportmirror@comcast.net CO Actionline: 270-5589 or 1-800-270-6307 This DoD newspaper is an authorized publication for members of the Department of Defense. Contents of The Mirror are not necessarily the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense or the Department of the Navy. Published by The Florida Times-Union, a private firm in no way connected with the U.S. Navy, under exclusive written contract with Naval Station Mayport, Fla. The appear ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supplements, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense, U.S. Navy or The Florida Times-Union, of the products or services advertised. Everything advertised in this publication shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap, political affiliation, or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user or patron. The editorial content of this publication is the responsibility of the Naval Station Mayport, Fla., Public Affairs Office. 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 Command Chaplain Chap. Kevin Stanley 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. Bus Transportation Is Safe Transportation Did you know that the familiar yellow school bus is the safest way to and from school? Each year approximately 500 school-age children are killed in the US during school transportation hours while using OTHER modes of transportation. Only about two percent of the total deaths occur in or around school buses. Young drivers, ages 15-to-20 years old, are especially vulnerable to death and injury on the roads. Traffic accidents are the leading cause of death for teens in America. Mile for mile, teenagers are involved in three times as many fatal crashes as all other drivers. Most of these fatalities are the responsibility of the young drivers and their passengers. So encourage your teens to take the bus to and from school! Schools are really careful especially during the first two weeks of a new school year to make sure students get on the correct bus. For that reason buses frequently run late during this time. But note: if a driver leaves without being dismissed by the schools bus coordinator, he is responsible for coming back for any missed students. However, if the bus coordinator dismisses a bus and students are later found, the parents must be notified to come get their children as the bus will not return. The schools principal is responsible for designating a bus coordinator who serves as the liaison between the school and the bus company serving that school. The district also appoints a transportation-based coordinator. Their role is to serve as the link between the school and the bus companies. Problems associated with the buses (not arriving on time, crowded conditions on the bus, request for a bus video) should be directed to your transportationbased bus coordinator. Check with your schools bus coordinator or an administrator for the name, phone number, and email of your schools assigned transportation-based coordinator. Every school day the Duval County transportation office is manned until 6:30 pm (4:30 pm for early dismissal days). The office stays in contact with the bus companies until each bus run has been made. But what should you do if your child does not arrive home long after the school has closed? You call the Duval County Public Schools Transportation Office at (904) 8586200 for immediate assistance. Here is the site for bus route information: http:// www.duvalschools. org//site/Default. aspx?PageID=9229 To avoid leaving a child at school, some drivers use seating charts. Seating charts also help in reducing behavioral issues. Frequently drivers ask the schools administrators or bus coordinator for advice on student placement on the bus. Youll note that kindergarten students as well as teen parents traveling with their children will always occupy the front of the bus. Encourage your children to follow these rules when riding the bus: Always follow the drivers directions. Never distract the driver from driving unless there is immediate danger to you or others. Remain seated and keep the aisles clear. Eating, drinking, and chewing gun while riding the bus are prohibited. Never bring unsafe or unauthorized item onto the bus. Always wear your seat belt if available. Always keep your arms, legs, and head inside the bus. Do not throw item off of the bus. Always show respect for your fellow students. Keep conversation at a reasonable level and remain quiet at railroad crossings. Remember that Duval County Public Schools KNOWING THE ROPES Sharon Kasica School Liaison Officer Satan Has More Faith Than You If you just read the title youre probably asking what in the world this is about, or who in the world would say something like that. No I have not high-jacked the news station. I do not have the editor bound up while I writing my heretical manifesto. I simply believe that Satan not only has greater faith than you, but greater faith than myself, or any person that has ever walked this earth, except Christ himself. So, if you have read so far as to make it to the second paragraph below, allow me the remaining 300 words to convince you of the proposed thought above. Lucifer was there when God spoke our world into existence, Let there be light was an occurrence that astounded the angels and left them speechless for they had never seen something as this. He was there when the mountains rose, and when oceans broke on the first shores. He was there when the fate of the nation of Israel rested in the hands of a prostitute. He saw Moses, the deliverer of the enslaved nation of Israel in the basket, saw him part the waters, and saw the promises of God fulfilled. He saw the birth of his rival and destruction in the form of a baby, and he presently sees the dimensions that exist beyond ours. You see his understanding of the things of God, his trust that God will do what he says, his faith that all things work together for those who follow God, is so much stronger than you will ever have in your strongest moments and mountain top experiences. You will never have as much faith as he does, for he has seen the Father and was even there when you reached out to God for forgiveness for your own sin. What does separate you from him however, is not faith. It is WORSHIP. It is the worship of God that strikes the difference between you and him. Our denial of your our, needs, flesh, desires, wants, (seldom as we seem to do it) is what detaches us from the mind of Satan. Therefore, do no despair if you fit into the multitude that Christ declared to have so little faith. For it is your worship that divorces us from those who have faith, and yet worship themselves as the great Lucifer still does. Chaplain Anthony Hodge CNSS 14 Ministry Center CHAPLAINS CORNER The Last Time... A New Chapter In Parenting dance with the brothers to base-heavy hip-hop music blasting from enormous speakers on game day, or cringe at the idea of her lounging on the ratty couch sitting on the fraternitys front porch, or scoff at the notion that she might enthusiastically engage in a game of beer pong on the red-Solo-cupstrewn fraternity house lawn. The last time I will be duped into using a freshman orientation coupon to get a measly 5% off of a fortunes worth of sweatshirts, refrigerator magnets, fleece vests, car stickers, water bottles, hats, lanyards and mousepads at the college book store. The last time I will be surprised when the college staff informs me that, despite the fact that we are expected to pay all the bills for our childs tuition, room, board, books, wifi, parking, health services, printing, laundry, and other undefined fees, we will never have access to her college grades, health status, or disciplinary history. The last time I will pray that my daughter wont have to shower in a stall beside a football linebacker brushing his teeth in one of her dorms gender-neutral bathrooms, or notice all the potential make-out spots along the sylvan campus paths, or witness her lock eyes with cute but full-grown lacrosse players, or sigh with reluctant acceptance at the bowls of complimentary condoms scattered about the dorm common areas, health center, and student union. The last time I will meet my daughter in the dorm parking lot beside our minivan after freshman orientation to say farewell. The last time I will make her promise to call home every Sunday. The last time she will admit that shes a little scared. The last time I will assure her that the next four years will be some of the best years of her life. And hopefully, the first time my daughter is the last one to let go when we hug good-bye. For more wit and witticism from Lisa, go to www.themeatandpotatoesoflife.com A few days ago, while dropping our youngest child, Lilly, off to start her freshman year of college, I realized that a certain phase of my life as a mother was coming to an end. Over the past 23 years, I have become accustomed to putting the needs of our three children before all else. I nurtured them as babies, guided them through their school years and multiple military moves, and saw each one of them off to college. As I helped Lilly hang a poster in her dorm room a few days ago, it occurred to me that this would be the last time. The last time for all the things that have characterized an era of raising children. In an instant, my mind was flooded with an overwhelming rush of melancholy as I comprehended the end of this purpose-driven period of my existence. This is it I thought, the last time The last time I will hang a poster in a freshman dorm room, or fill a shower caddy with soaps and shampoos, or meet my daughters fresh-faced resident advisor. The last time I will forget to bring a set of tools to put together the shelf unit we bought at Walmart, or drop the bedrail on my foot while lofting our daughters bed, or watch my husband standing, arms crossed, in the dorms coed hallway shielding his baby girl from the boys prying eyes. The last time I will argue with my daughter over whether or not a smoothie maker is a dorm room necessity, or lecture her about boys intentions after midnight, or realize that she doesnt understand why she needs to separate the darks from the lights when doing her laundry. The last time I will attend a first-year parent orientation session, otherwise known as the Free Pen Grab, or embarrass my daughter by asking the campus tour guide if students are required to wear helmets when riding bikes, or wonder at the glutenfree, halal, allergyfriendly, non-genetically modified choices at the newfangled college dining hall. The last time I will struggle with the thought of my innocent child being lured into one of many fraternities that line the campus, or deny that she might MEAT & POTATOES OF LIFE Lisa Smith Molinari Military Spouse Columnist See School, Page 3

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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 3 Student Code of Conduct applies in the bus as well as in the classroom. In addition of going over the rules for bus riding, also share these tips with your children. Discuss and practice the safest way to get to and from the assigned school bus stop. Show them a safe place at the stop to wait on the bus. Discourage running and playing while waiting for the bus to arrive. Never sit on the curb or the roadway while waiting on the bus. Never run into the street to catch your bus or exit your bus. And most importantly, DO NOT speak to strangers at the bus stop and never get into a car with the stranger. Determine with your children a code word that must always be used by an individual other than yourself who is picking up your children. If this individual does not know the code word, your child should immediately find help. For additional information on school bus safety, you can go to Florida School Bus Safety at https:// www.flhsmv.gov/ safety-center/vehicleand-child-safety/childsafety/school-bus-safety/ Sharon Kasica is the School Liaison Officer for NS Mayport. If you have questions or feedback 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) 219-3894 [cell]. Or you can use this contact information to schedule a meeting with her in Building One From Page 2 School BZs To SERMC Mayport Civilians By Scott Curtis SERMC Mayport PAO Heather McGraw was selected into the NAVSEA Commanders Executive Fellows Program, or CEFP! NAVSEA created the CEFP to develop capable leaders for NAVSEA now and in the future. The program seeks the top performers from the enterprise and provides them with a one of a kind opportunity to experience what it takes to lead at NAVSEA. Graduating the CEFP is a formal recognition of membership in the ranks of the NAVSEA League of Leaders. Bravo Zulu to the 2018 3rd Quarter Civilian Supervisor of the Quarter, Corey Shore from Engineering, and the Civilian of the Quarter, Scott Pageau from Production! Welldeserved accolades for their performance during the quarter. Jason Fowler from Engineering received a BZ from FDRMCs Combat Systems Division Head in Rota. While working on USS ROSS (DDG 71) Jason simultaneously cleared 3 Harpoon CAREPS, completed a Total Ship Readiness Assessment (TSRA) and Ballistic Missile Defense Readiness Assessment (BMDRA). Mr. Charlie Cockrell, also from Engineering, completed a highvisibility, late-notice tasker to support USS Carney (DDG 64) in Rota to perform a Calibration Capability audit. The audit included training 7 shipboard personnel in Field Calibration management, and he provided training to an additional 6 Sailors from the ROSS, ensuring they maintain their Field Calibration Activity certification. USS Gunston Hall (LSD-44) had an issue with her #4 SSDG circuit breaker so Keith Swalls from the Engineering Department, met the ship in GTMO and walked the ship through troubleshooting and repairs. Not only did Keith provide detailed training to Gunston Hall Sailors, after the completion of his primary tasking he selflessly took the time to help with NR2 & NR3 SSDGs as well (all after hours and on his own time). Ed LaFond, Ken Hallatt, and Mark Lefebvre of Supply identified configuration problems associate with a NAVSEA bulk load related to the Water Jet Propulsion system on board USS Milwaukee (LCS5). They conducted an Equipment Validation, identified multiple configuration data elements in error and coordinated corrective action directly with the Configuration Data Manager. Their actions will ensure proper maintenance documentation for all future maintenance actions. Our Dive Locker just completed two, first-time ever in-water repairs on USS Milwaukee (LCS 5). The first was a replacement steerable waterjet hose and ram replacement cofferdam install. This was a fit test for their 10x20 cofferdam, requiring some complex underwater rigging. Completing the repair in water avoids costly drydocking, a great win for SERMC as the increase in repair capability will pay future dividends as more Freedom Class LCSs are commissioned. C970 also replaced the interceptor hose/ feedback cable/ram on both port and starboard sides. The repair encompassed rigging 200-pound hydraulic ram replacements and running the electrical feedback cable and hydraulic hose hookups underwater. The Diving Supervisor was HM1 Stuart and ND3 Leyba was the Lead Diver, logging more than 39 hours of bottom time. These repairs encompassed approximately 1,000 man-hours for C970, plus many more by C300, NAVSEA OOC, and OEM workers. Other Divers involved: James Peck, ND2 Law, ND2 Braddock, ND3 Guzman, ND3 Turnwall, ND3 Robbie, ND3 Mahn and ND3 Noblit. Heather McGraw Corey Shore Scott Pageau TRICARE Access During Evac Or Natural Disaster From TRICARE With wildfire and hurricane season underway, have a disaster preparedness plan for you and your family. Access to your TRICARE benefit, prescriptions, and medical resources may change during a disaster. Be informed and learn the best way to keep you and your family safe. Prepare for an emergency Follow these easy steps to make sure your family can access your TRICARE benefit during an emergency. Sign up for disaster alerts Find out if emergency TRICARE policies apply to your enrollment area by signing up for email or text alerts. Keep key medical information accessible This includes copies of medical records, your uniformed services ID card, and a list of current illnesses and prescription bottles for all family members. Schedule time to update your information a few times a year. The Federal Emergency Management Agency Ready campaign has tips to help you create an emergency plan. Your plan should take into account the area where you live. For example, do you live in an area prone to wildfires or hurricanes? And what are each family members specific needs, including medication? Update your plan every time you move. Access care during an emergency TRICARE will announce any emergency procedures in the disaster alert. This will include the counties affected and the date range for the procedures. If you live in the counties listed by TRICARE, you may be able to access emergency prescription refills at any TRICARE retail network pharmacy. Call ahead or bring in your empty prescription bottle. To find a network pharmacy, call Express Scripts, Inc. at 1-877-363-1303 or search online for a pharmacy near you. If youre displaced during a disaster, you may be unable to get care from your regular doctor. TRICARE may also authorize referral waivers during a state of emergency. If seeking non-network care during an emergency, keep your receipts. File any claims with TRICARE as soon as possible. Know how your familys access to care may change during a weather-related emergency. Receive text alerts about your health benefit and get realtime weather updates. Follow these tips to get the care you need, no matter what the forecast. preparing for launch and christening in spring of 2019, while the future USS Cooperstown (LCS 23)s keel was laid earlier this month and is undergoing construction in the shipyards erection bays. The future USS Marinette (LCS 25) started fabrication in February, while the future USS Nantucket (LCS 27) is scheduled to begin fabrication in the fall. LCS is a modular, reconfigurable ship designed to meet validated fleet requirements for surface warfare, antisubmarine warfare and mine countermeasures missions in the littoral region. An interchangeable mission package is embarked on each LCS and provides the primary mission systems in one of these warfare areas. Using an open architecture design, modular weapons, sensor systems and a variety of manned and unmanned vehicles to gain, sustain and exploit littoral maritime supremacy, LCS provides U.S. joint force access to critical theaters. The LCS class consists of the Freedom variant and Independence variant, designed and built by two industry teams. The Freedom variant team is led by Lockheed Martin (for the odd-numbered hulls, e.g., LCS 1). The Independence variant team is led by Austal USA (for LCS 6 and follow-on evennumbered hulls). Twenty-nine LCSs have been awarded to date, with 15 delivered to the Navy, 11 in various stages of construction and three in pre-production states. Program Executive Office for Unmanned and Small Combatants is responsible for delivering and sustaining littoral mission capabilities to the fleet. Delivering high-quality warfighting assets while balancing affordability and capability is key to supporting the nations maritime strategy. From Page 1 LCS registration date of January 31, 2019. The Saratoga Classic is just another example of how MWR provides programs and activities that increase the quality of life for the Sailor and their families. For more information about fitness programs like the Saratoga Classic Half Marathon, or MWR Mayport, visit www.navymwrmayport.com, follow us on Facebook, and download our mobile app. From Page 1 Saratoga Mayport Chapel Registering For Religious Ed Classes From Mayport Chapel Naval Station Mayport Chapel is registering now for its 2018/19 Religious Education programs. Both the Protestant Sunday School and Catholic Religious Education will have their first classes on Sunday, Sept. 9. Protestant Sunday School has classes for Elementary age through adult. Classes are held each Sunday at 9:15 am. Protestant worship follows at 10:30 am with Childrens Church the 2 nd 3 rd and 4 th Sundays of the month. Catholic Religious Education has classes for children K through Confirmation, and adult RCIA classes for inquirers. All classes are held each Sunday from 10:15 am to 11:15 a.m. starting Sept. 9. You may register by contacting the Coordinator of Religious Education, Alline Zwarycz, before or after Sunday worship services or by contacting the Chapel during regular working hours Monday thru Friday at 270-5212. a CFC participant provided as a public service Bringing hope and healing... rfntb n bn

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4 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 CPO Selectees Learn Teamwork At Eco Challenge -Photo by MCC Robert Townsend Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast undergo guidance and training in between obstacle courses during the Eco Challenge.CPO messes throughout CNRSE participate in the Eco Challenge annually as a way to impart camaraderie and team-building skills upon CPO selectees undergoing initiation. Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast help each other cross an over and under obstacle course during the Eco Challenge. Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast attempt to reach the top of the pyramid obstacle courses at the Eco Challenge. Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast perform push-ups in between obstacle courses at the Eco Challenge. Above, Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast sing cadence in between obstacle courses during the Eco Challenge. Right, Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast receive instructions before a passing food obstacle course challenge during the Eco Challenge. Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast undergo guidance and training in between obstacle courses during the Eco Challenge.

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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 5 Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast attempt to reach the top of the pyramid obstacle courses at the Eco Challenge. Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast attempt to reach the top of the pyramid obstacle courses at the Eco Challenge. Chief petty officers look on as chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast attempt to reach the top of the pyramid obstacle courses at the Eco Challenge. Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast attempt to reach the top of the pyramid obstacle course at the Eco Challenge. Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast help each other over hurdles during an obstacle course at the Eco Challenge. Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast attempt to maintain balance and transition across an obstacle course during the Eco Challenge. Chief petty officer and chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast travel to the next obstacle course during the Eco Challenge. Chief petty officer selectees from various commands throughout Commander, Navy Region Southeast receive instructions before a passing food obstacle course challenge during the Eco Challenge.

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6 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 Navy Establishes U.S. 2nd Fleet, VAdm Lewis Assumes Command From U.S. Fleet Forces Public Affairs Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson presided over a ceremony establishing U.S. 2nd Fleet and naming Vice Adm. Andrew Woody Lewis as the commander during a ceremony aboard the nuclear aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77), Aug. 24, at Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia. Although deeply consequential, the meaning of this establishment can be summarized simply as a dynamic response to a dynamic security environment a security environment clearly articulated in the National Defense Strategy, said Richardson. We first need to understand this competitive security environment and why it demands every ounce of our tenacity, ingenuity and fighting spirit. Then we can focus on the mission and how best to accomplish it; 2nd Fleet will enhance our capacity to maneuver and fight in the Atlantic, and as a result, help to maintain Americas maritime superiority that will lead to security, influence and prosperity for our nation. Lewis assumed command as the first commander of the re-established C2F, after his confirmation by the Senate June 28. U.S. 2nd Fleet will be headquartered in Norfolk. All of Lewiss operational command tours have been on the East Coast making him intimately familiar with operations in the Atlantic. Most recently, he commanded Carrier Strike Group 12 and deployed with USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) to the U.S. 6th and 5th Fleet areas of operation. I am truly honored to lead this fleet. U.S. 2nd Fleet has a storied history, and we will honor that legacy, said Lewis. However, we will not simply pick up where we left off. We are going to aggressively and quickly build this command into an organization with operational capability. We will challenge our assumptions, recognize biases, learn and adapt from failures so as to innovate in order to build a fleet that is ready to fight. Ready to fight so we dont have to. U.S. 2nd Fleet will exercise operational and administrative authorities over assigned ships, aircraft and landing forces on the East Coast and the North Atlantic. Additionally, it will plan and conduct maritime, joint and combined operations as well as train and recommend certification of combat ready naval forces for maritime employment and operations around the globe. U.S. 2nd Fleet will fall under operational control of U.S. Fleet Forces Command. -Photo by MC1 Gary Prill Vice Adm. Andrew Woody Lewis departs through the Navy ceremonial red carpet bullets and sideboys after assuming command of U.S. 2nd Fleet aboard the nuclear aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77). U.S. 2nd Fleet will exercise operational and administrative authorities over assigned ships, aircraft and landing forces on the East Coast and North Atlantic. HSM-40 Graduates RAN Pilots -Photo courtesy of HSM-40 Royal Australian Navy (RAN) students completed their MH-60R training at HSM-40 Airwolves on Aug. 10. From left, Capt. Richard Whitfield, commanding officer of HSM-40, Lt. Aaron Cochrane, SBLt. Brent Stephens, Lt. Christopher Hoban, Lt. Grant Rushford, Cmdr. Colin Brightling, Lt. Dan Kutz. Help Clean Mayport Beach From Mayport Environmental Volunteers are needed in support of the 2018 CInternational oastal Cleanup, to collect litter and debris on the beach and along the Jetties at Naval Station Mayport. Participants should plan to meet at 8 a.m. Sept. 15 at Jetties Pavilion #3 (the easternmost covered pavilion) across from the Damage Control Wet Trainer Facility on Bon Homme Richard Street. This event will run until approximately 11 a.m. Volunteers are welcome to participate for part or all of that time frame. Community Service hours may be earned from participation in this event. Pre-registration is not required. Gloves and garbage bags will be provided. Sturdy footwear is recommended. To learn more, call Keep Jacksonville Beautiful at (904) 630-3420 or visit www.coj. net/KJB or contact Naval Station Mayport Water Quality Program Manager, Barron Feit at 270-6781.

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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 7 Farragut Performs Hamilton For Crew By FCA1(SW) Samantha DesJardins USS Farragut Americans celebrate Independence Day in many ways, from parades and barbeques to games and fireworks. Its a day when people come together to honor the bravery and sacrifices of our Founding Fathers and a revolution that was 18 years in the making. Many names are associated with the creation of our country: Washington, Henry, Revere, and Jefferson, to name a few. The stories of these men will forever be a part of the fabric that is the United States of America. There is one man, however, who had appeared to slip into the folds of time. We remember him in the mere seconds it takes to pull out a $10 bill; then he fades from thought as we go about our day. He was an immigrant who came to the colonies to pursue an education. That man was Alexander Hamilton. In recent years Hamilton has become a household name, thanks to the hard work and genius of Lin-Manuel Miranda, a playwright and actor who created and starred in Hamilton: An American Musical. The musical, which incorporates R&B, pop, and hip-hop, was an unconventional smash hit on Broadway. It earned many awards and gathered fans from around the world. One of those fans was Farraguts own IS1 Julianna Stevenson. Her love of the revolutionary tale inspired her to take on the challenge of bringing Hamiltons story to her shipmates. In three weeks. How does one take a Broadway show that spans two acts and lasts for hours and adapt it for a comparably short 45-minute performance? I first limited the songs to the first act cutting the time in half, says Stevenson, who directed the show. Then broke down to the songs that focused on the battles themselves in order to keep the focus on the fight for independence, which then made it to 30 min. Following the re-enlistment of AD2 Williams and an Ice Cream Social hosted by the First Class Petty Officers Association, Farraguts cast of Hamilton took to the make shift stage. The performance started off strong and the first half ended with an energetic rendition of My Shot, a popular song from the original musical. The surprise of the night came when Lt. Miller strolled to center stage wearing a make-shift wig and paper crown. King George arrived and had a message for his loyal, royal subjects. Having been cast under a blanket of secrecy, the Chief Engineer was well received by both the performers and audience and did not disappoint. His performance of Youll Be Back had everyone laughing and rushing to capture the moment with pictures and video. Wrapping up the event was the telling of Hamiltons decision to join Washington as his aide de camp, followed by the Battle of Long Island, and ending with the rebels victory and subsequent surrender of the British in Yorktown. Amidst the historical references was a stellar performance by RP2 Melinda Greene as Marquis de Lafayette punctuated by the dance moves of GSM3 Beal and GSMFN Hunter. This was actually one of the hardest rapping parts in the whole show and she blew it away. IS1 recounts of Greene, also mentioning that it was one of the male parts given to a female. When asked how the performance went, Stevenson had this to say, I was so proud of their performance that it literally brought a tear to my eye. Though I have been a part of many performances throughout my life, I had never ventured to direct before. The dedication and talent this group put in to make this performance possible was astounding. This is a memory that will always be cherished. After months of being away from home, Hamilton proved to be just what everyone needed to propel them forward and garner a second wind. The singers and dancers were rewarded with a standing ovation and the audience a memory that is sure to last. After all, Farragut and her crew are a testament to Hamiltons tenacity and the overwhelming success of The American Experiment. Performers: GSE3 Jhomari Anderson as Alexander Hamilton LS3 Dax Gallimore as Aaron Burr FC2 Jonathan Green as John Laurens RP2 Melinda Greene as Marquis de Lafayette AD2 Robert Williams as General George Washington LT Raymond Miller as King George OS3 Dandre Braxton as Hercules Mulligan GM2 Ciara Dixson as General Lee Ensemble: CTR2 Imani Bradley FCA1 Samantha DesJardins AZ1 Nichole Davis -Photos courtesy of USS Farragut Cast members of USS Farraguts production of Hamilton gather for a photo. The cast put together a version of the play about Alexander Hamilton in three weeks to entertain the ships crew. Cast members sing songs from Hamilton: An American Musical during an Icean Cream Social hosted by USS Farraguts First Class Petty Officers Association. The ship is currently deployed to the 6th Fleet area of operation.

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8 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 -Photo by MC3 Jacob Smith Two MH-60R Sea Hawk helicopters from the Grandmasters of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 46 take off from the flight deck of the Nimitzclass aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) on Aug 22. HSM-46 Takes Flight Off Lincoln ID? Call Before You Go By Al Iannacone Sr. PSD Mayport Director At one time or another everyone affiliated with Naval Station Mayport needs to get an I.D. Card, in order to get access to the base, receive authorized benefits or for access to their computer. Here are some tips so that when you come to PSD Mayport to get an I.D. Card/CAC, or enter a family member in DEERS, etc., you will know everything you need to know have everything you need to reduce your waiting time. PSD Hours, Call First PSD is located in BLDG 298, next to BLDG 1 on Baltimore Street. Our hours are Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m.3:30 p.m. and most Saturdays from 7:30-11 a.m. If there is a Federal Holiday that week, then we will be closed the preceding Saturday. Additionally, we are open some Saturdays from 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. for drill weekends. Keep in mind our services in the afternoon on a Drill Weekend are limited as we only have one contractor working past 11 a.m. There are no appointments on Saturdays. Walk-ins only. Please call and ask which days we are open. Make Appointment, Avoid Delays You can make an appointment for Mondays through Fridays, and avoid most delays. Appointments can be made via the appointment website; https://rapidsappointment.dmdc. osd.mil.Please check out the appointment website, even if dont need to make one now. Not only can you make an appointment, you can also locate any I.D. Cards/DEERS offices near you. All the military services have them. There are more out there than you may realize. I know a lot of people want to come in on Saturdays, because it is hard to get off work or the spouse is working, or the kids are in school, etc. Please remember that PSD Mayport is one of only a few PSDs inside the continental US (CONUS) that is open on Saturdays. This means Mayport is usually very busy on Saturdays. Although we are busy, PSD contract only authorizes two contractors for Saturday mornings so their workload is very high. Please come in early if you intend on coming in on a Saturday. Once maximum capacity has been met, we will need to ask you to back come another day. Basic Documents The Telephone number for I.D. Cards/ DEERS is (904) 2707614 x 300/301/131/132. The basics as far as what documents to bring are: two forms of I.D., both valid (not expired), one of which has a photo, such as a Drivers License, Passport or a valid I.D./CAC. If you are just getting married or divorced, or adding a family member than you need to bring an original (with seal) marriage license, divorce decree or birth certificate as necessary. For students, there September Highlights Emergency Planning; Commissary Patrons Can Save On Supplies By Kevin L. Robinson DeCA public affairs specialist Last year was a record-setting year for bad weather in North America with 10 hurricanes six of which were category 3 or higher wreaking havoc on the millions of people caught in their path. With grocery stores overrun by panicstricken customers caught in the storms melee, many people struggled to get muchneeded supplies. National Preparedness Month in September is a reminder of how important it is to plan for emergencies natural or manmade before they occur. A crisis can occur at any time, and National Preparedness Month reminds us to plan for an emergency before it happens, said Tracie Russ, DeCAs director of sales said. We want to reinforce to the military community that their commissaries and exchanges are benefits that save them money as they prepare their survival kits. From April through Oct. 31, DeCAs severe weather preparedness promotional package is offering various items for those survival kits at reduced prices. This package includes: beef jerky and other assorted meat snacks, soup and chili mixes, canned goods, powdered milk, cereals, batteries, airtight bags, weatherready flashlights, tape (all-weather, heavyduty shipping and duct), first-aid kits, lighters, matches, lanterns, candles, hand sanitizer and anti-bacterial wipes. Specific promotional items may vary from store to store. The theme for this years National Preparedness Month is Disasters Happen. Prepare Now. Learn How. The month is separated into four activities: Sept. 1-8 make and practice your plan; Sept. 9-15 learn life-saving skills; Sept. 16-22 check your insurance coverage; and Sept. 23-29 save for an emergency. Generally, emergency preparedness officials suggest having a disaster supply kit that includes the following items: Water at least one gallon daily, per person (three-day supply for evacuation, two-week supply for home) Nonperishable foods canned meats, fruits, vegetables, dried fruits, nuts, raisins, cereal, crackers, cookies, energy bars, granola, peanut butter, and foods for infants and the elderly (three-day supply for evacuation, two-week supply for home) Paper goods writing paper, paper plates, paper towels and toilet paper Cooking items pots, pans, baking sheets, cooking utensils, charcoal, a grill and a manual can opener First-aid kit including bandages, medicines and prescription medications Cleaning materials bleach, sanitizing spray, and hand and laundry soap Specialty foods diet and low-calorie foods and drinks Toiletries personal hygiene items and moisture wipes Pet care items food, water, muzzle, leash, carrier, medications, medical records, and identification and immunization tags Lighting accessories flashlight, batteries, candles and matches Battery-powered or hand-crank radio (NOAA weather radio, if possible) Duct tape, scissors Multipurpose tool Copies of personal documents (medication list and pertinent medical information, proof of address, deed/ lease to home, passports, birth certificates and insurance policies) Cell phone with chargers Family and emergency contact information Extra cash Emergency blanket Maps of the area Blankets or sleeping bags Commissary patrons can go to commissaries. com for web links to a variety of disaster preparedness resources. For more information about National Preparedness Month, go to Ready.gov where there are also links to more resources such as the Hurricane Seasonal Preparedness Digital Toolkit. Military families can also find information on emergency procedures specific to their service. Support Your Print And Digital Advertisers! They Support You! www.mayportmirror.com 24/7 Contact Center for Sailors Launches In Month From Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs A group of military, civilian and contract employees met Aug. 20 and 21 to nail down final details for the Sept. 24 roll out of the 24/7 MyNavy Career Center (MNCC) contact center. The group covered roles and responsibilities, service levels, reporting, continuity of operations in emergent situations and the anticipated operational demands once the center is fully operational. We are on a great vector in establishing this contact center, which is a critical component of our personnel system modernization effort, Rear Adm. Jeffrey Hughes, commander, Navy Personnel Command. We have laid the keel, and the connectivity and team are in place. We are now focused on bringing this center to life through implementation of our concept of operations to deliver superior customer service to our teammates in the Fleet. This contact center is designed to support a multi-tiered customer service delivery model focused on the Sailor experience. Tier Zero is the service members self-service through MyNavy Portal (my.navy.mil). Tier One is communication with one of our contact center agents by phone, email or chat. Finally, if a Sailors inquiry or transaction request cannot be handled by a customer service agent, they will be escalated to Tier Two, provided a service ticket number, and a subject matter expert will reach out to them. The MNCC contact center will begin providing round-the-clock support beginning Sept. 24. For more on the MyNavy Career Center, go to https:// go.usa.gov/xUJCC

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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 9 Mayport Elite Get Muddy From MWR The 2018 Mud Cup has come back to Mayport! Twenty-two Teams represented their commands from NS Mayport, NAS Jacksonville and Blount Island competed in the dirtiest and most physically demanding challenge in town. The Mud Run ELITE is a 2-mile relay obstacle race featuring 16 obstacles like the Crawl of Duty Mud Pit, Ice Bath, Cargo Net Climb, Hercules Hoist, Horizontal Walls, Atlas Stones, Net Crawl and more. The reigning champs of the Blount Island Command were knocked off by this years winner: HSM-40 XOs Choice team with a blazing fast time of 18:55. The second place team was MWR Ocean Rescue, followed by the Blount Island Command Marines. HSM 40 team members, AM2 Robert Smith, AM2 Andrew Dalton, AN Chris Wilson, Marsh McClure, win the 2018 Mud Cup ELITE challenge. -Photo by LS1 Michael Mason Intelligence Specialist 2nd Class Nicholas Dakes, assigned to U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet, completes the mud pit while participating in the Naval Station Mayport Captains Cup mud run. -Photo courtesy of MWR Above, Teams vault over an obstacle during the Mud Run ELITE. Below, competitors try to race through one of 16 obstacles during the Mud Run ELITE 2-mile relay obstacle race held last week at NS Mayport. -Photo courtesy of MWR Team members make their way along the mud pit obstacle during the 2018 Mud Run ELITE relay race. -Photo courtesy of MWR Teams carry weights down the beach during the Mud Run ELITE.

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10 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 Events Aug. 30: Intro to Crochet. 6 8 p.m. Crochet your own infinity scarf! Its the perfect accessory. Join MWR on Thursday, August 30 from 6 8 p.m. at the Beacon. The cost is only $25 and all supplies are provided. Register at Tickets and Travel by August 28. Aug. 30: Summer Game Night. Every Thursday night starting at 6 p.m. at the Beacon! Grab a beverage at Loggerheads Pub and join us in the Tortuga Room for backyard games like corn hole, giant Jenga, Connect 4 and more! Aug. 31: Volunteer Opportunity: Feeding Northeast Florida. Help Feeding Northeast Florida and do something good for the community. Van departs at 11:30 a.m. Sign up by Aug. 27. Aug. 31: Mayport Movies: Trolls (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. Sept. 1: Movies at Mayport: Solo: A Star Wars Story (PG-13). 8 p.m. at the Mayport Beacon in the Tortuga Room. FREE for all hands ages 18+. Enjoy a thrilling movie on our 20 ft. screen. Sept. 2: Paintball. Have fun playing paintball with GTF and the Liberty Center. No gear? No problem! Rent all your equipment for $15 and make sure to bring extra cash for Paintballs. The van departs the Liberty Center at 9:00 a.m. Transportation is free. Stop by or call the Liberty Center to reserve your spot by the Wednesday before the trip. Open to all hands, 18 years and older. Sept. 5: Kids Arts and Crafts. 3 4 p.m. at Pelican Roost. Join MWR for Kids Arts and Crafts this summer! Each class will focus on a different art or craft and will be held every other Wednesday from 3-4pm at the Pelican Roost. Classes are open to children ages 5 and older and all children need to bring their parents. Sign up by the Tuesday before each class at the Pelican Roost (904) 270-7808. Sept. 6: Intermediate Crochet: Granny Squares. 9 11 a.m. and 6 8 p.m. Get hooked on crocheting! Learn to make fundamental Granny Squares and turn them into your favorite scarve, bag or even afghan. Some crochet experience is required. Tickets are only $20 and all supplies are provided. Sign up at Tickets and Travel by Sept. 4. Sept. 8: UFC 228: Woodley vs. Till. 8 p.m. at Loggerheads Pub. Enjoy a beverage and watch this pay-perview event for FREE at Loggerheads Pub. Undercard starts at 8 p.m. and the main event starts at 10 p.m. Open to all authorized MWR patrons. Sept. 9: Jason Couch Pro-Am Tournament. Youth Tournament from 12 3 p.m. and Adult Doubles Tournament from 3 7 p.m. Play with PBA tour Player and USBC Hall of Fame Bowler Jason Couch in this unique tournament. Each bowler plays 3 games with Jason Couch as their partner. The Youth Pro-Am Tournament is only $15 per bowler and has two divisions; the pee-wee division is for children ages 3 5, and the senior division is for children ages 8 18. The Pro-Am Doubles Tournament is for adults and only costs $30 per person. Registration is required at NavyMWRMayport. com/JasonCouch. For more information, please call the Bowling Center at 904-270-5377. Sept. 9: Topgolf 5 8 p.m. Enjoy 3 hours of Topgolf, a Fajita Fiesta buffet, and transportation from the Beacon (if needed) for only $50. Open to all authorized patrons 18+. Sign up at the Liberty Center by Sept. 5. Sept. 10: How to use the MWR Digital Library 24/7/365! 4 p.m. at the Mayport Beacon. FREE. All hands welcome. Sign up at the Liberty Center the day prior. We will assist you with logging on to the Digital Library for the first time and will help you navigate the program. Digital customers enjoy e-books and audiobooks, foreign language learning, test prep, and research resources that support lifelong learning, and professional and recreational reading. (All hands welcome, 18+) Sept. 14: Volunteer Opportunity: Feeding Northeast Florida. 11:30 a.m. Volunteers represent an integral part of Feeding Northeast Floridas ability to help provide food to people in need in our community. Volunteers will help ensure high-quality, safe food is being distributed to clients by working with teams to inspect, categorize and package food items. For more information visit www. feedingnefl.org. Van departs at 11:30 a.m. Sign up by the Monday prior to the event date. Sept. 15-16: Great Navy Campout. Were heading to Camp Blanding in Starke, FL for a fun-filled camping trip! Join us for hiking, swimming, stargazing, childrens learning activities, smores around the campfire, and more! We supply the equipment and you have all the fun! The Basic Camp Package is only $8 per adult and $2 per child (ages 3-11) and the Full Camp Package, includes food, for only $22 per adult and $10 per child (ages 3-11). Check-in is Sept. 15 from 11am 1pm, and check-out on Sept. 16 is at 1pm. Participants need to provide their own transportation. Please, no pets or alcohol. Stop by Outdoor Adventures or call 904270-5221/5541 for more information. Sign up by Aug. 28 to join the fun! Sept. 15: Movies at Mayport: Tag (R). 8 p.m. at the Mayport Beacon in the Tortuga Room. FREE for all hands ages 18+. Enjoy a thrilling movie on our 20 ft. screen. Sept. 17: Kids Arts and Crafts. 3 4 p.m. at Pelican Roost. Join MWR for Kids Arts and Crafts this summer! Classes are open to children ages 5 and older and all children need to bring their parents. Sign up by the Tuesday before each class at the Pelican Roost (904) 270-7808. Sept. 20: Intro to Beading: Beaded Bracelet. 9 11 a.m. and 6 8 p.m. Personalize your own beaded bracelet. You provide the design and well provide the supplies for only $20. Sign up at Tickets and Travel by Sept. 18. Sept. 22: Gem and Mineral Show Transportation. 12 p.m. Enjoy FREE transportation to the 30 th Annual Jacksonville Gem and Mineral Society Show at the Morocco Shrine Auditorium. Artists in jewelry making, silversmiths and goldsmiths, will be displaying their trade. The cost at the door is $5 for the day ($1 off admission fee for retired and active duty). To join the Liberty Center for this all hands event, simply sign up at the Liberty Center by Sept. 20. Sept. 22: Movies at Mayport: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (PG13). 8 p.m. at the Mayport Beacon in the Tortuga Room. FREE for all hands ages 18+. Enjoy a thrilling movie on our 20 ft. screen. Sept. 23: Hit a Few, BBQ, & Mama Blue. 12 3 p.m. at Windy Harbor Golf Club. Enjoy a day of food, music, and golf at Windy Harbor! Join us for Hit a Few, BBQ, & Mama Blue Saturday, Sept. 23 from 12-3pm. Reservations are only $10 at Windy Harbor Golf Club. Swing by and save your seat now! PROGRAMS Auto Skills Center The Auto Skills Center can perform routine maintenance on your vehicle and we offer equipment and space for the do-it-yourself (DIY) customer. Our Safety Class is a one-time class required for our DIY customers, and are held on Tuesdays Fridays at 3 p.m. and Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. Outdoor Adventures Whether youre an avid outdoors lover, complete novice, or somewhere in between, Outdoor Adventures has what you need to enjoy the great outdoors. We offer outdoor and party gear rental, clinics and classes to help you enjoy the area. Get outside with our rental camping gear, including Jon boats, boogie boards, canoes, kayaks, tents, fishing gear, campers, sleeping bags and more! We also supply party rentals including tables, chairs, BBQ grills, bouncy houses, coolers, canopies and more; available for your next party whether it be a retirement, reenlistment, hail and farewell or childs birthday. Tickets and Travel The Tickets and Travel Office offers discounted tickets to many attractions in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Tennessee. We also feature discounted hotel reservations, cruise bookings and affordable Disney merchandise. Tickets and Travel has two locations. Our main office is on Naval Station Mayport and the Annex is in the Commissary parking lot. Currently, we are selling Monster Jam, Jaguars, and Halloween Horror Night tickets. Beachside Bingo Test your luck at Beachside Bingo! We offer Bingo Nights, Lunchtime Bingo, monthly Bingo Specials and Summer Family Bingo. Lunchtime Bingo is on Wednesday at 11:30am and packs only cost $15. Night Bingo runs Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 6:30pm. Our Bingo Specials feature double payouts. Summer Family Bingo is Saturday Aug. 4 at 1pm and tickets cost $5. No matter who you are, we have a program for you! Bowling Center There is always something fun going on at the Bowling Center. Wednesday is $1 Military Appreciation where games, shoes are $1 all day and hot dogs and sodas are $1 until 5pm. Friday and Saturday night is Xtreme Red Pin Bowling from 8 11 p.m. where every game is just $3.50 and if you strike when the head pin is red you win a free game of bowling for your next visit. Sunday Funday is every Sunday with $2 games, $2 shoes and $1 soft drinks all day long. We have fall leagues starting in August! Visit our website navymwrmayport.com to learn more! Recycling Dont know where to throw away all those moving boxes? What about your old car battery? Bring your recyclable materials to The Recycling Center at building 412 from 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Monday Friday. Windy Harbor Golf Club The Windy Harbor Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 72 golf course located on Naval Station Mayport, which includes a driving range and practice green. Our weekly specials include Avoid the Crawl on weekdays starting at 3pm which includes 9-holes of golf and a cart for only $11. Monday and Tuesday enjoy All Play where 18-holes and a cart is only $25. Wednesday is Military Appreciation Day where the military community can enjoy 18-holes and a cart for only $20. Thursday between 10:28am and 11:53am you can Fill the Void and play 18-holes and get a cart for only $22. Spend Your Liberty With MWR The following activities target single or unaccompanied Sailors. For more information, call 904-270-7788 or stop by the Mayport Liberty Center and pick up the monthly activity calendar with a complete listing of all upcoming Liberty events. Tuesdays: Billiards Tournaments. 6 p.m. at the Liberty Center. Prize for 1 st place. Sept. 6: Surf Fishing. 2 p.m. behind the Liberty Center. Learn how to surf fish! All equipment is provided but you must have valid FL Fishing License. The class is only $5, and is for Liberty Patrons only. Sign up dead line is the Tuesday before at the Liberty Center inside the Mayport Beacon. Sept. 7: Movie Trip. 6:15 p.m. Van departs at 6:15 p.m. to head to your favorite movie or entertainment venue in town. Sept. 12: 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 the Monday before. (Liberty Patrons only) Sept. 14: Town Center or Walmart Trip. 6:15 p.m. Need a ride? Join us for a trip to the Town Center or Walmart. Van departs the Liberty Center at 6:15 p.m. Transportation only. Sept. 16: Jaguars vs. Patriots Game Join the Liberty Center all football season with trips to see some of your favorite NFL football teams and players! It is only $20 and includes a ride to the game, ticket, and a meal voucher. Liberty Center patrons only. Space is limited, so sign up today! Sept. 20: Surf Fishing. 2 p.m. behind the Liberty Center. Learn how to surf fish! All equipment is provided but you must have valid FL Fishing License. The class is only $5, and is for Liberty Patrons only. Sign up dead line is the Tuesday before at the Liberty Center inside the Mayport Beacon. Sept. 21: Movie Trip. 6:15 p.m. Van departs at 6:15 p.m. to head to your favorite movie or entertainment venue in town.

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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 11 Focsle Lounge at the CPO Club Find great food and fun in the Focsle Lounge at the CPO Club which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. The CPO Club is open Tuesday Friday for active duty, reservists and retired chief petty officers and their families. We are open to all hands Tuesday Friday for lunch from 11:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Every Wednesday from 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. enjoy 3 pieces of fried chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, a roll, and a water or iced tea for only $8.50. Bring your trivia team and test your knowledge at our weekly All-Khaki Trivia Night, every Tuesday at 6 p.m. Bogeys Restaurant at Windy Harbor Golf Club Bogeys Restaurant is dually named for a bogey, the term for one over par, and for Humphry Bogart. Our menu offers American classics themed around Bogarts career. We are open for breakfast and lunch, seven days a week. We offer a fullservice restaurant, a full-service bar, and can cater any function at the Grove Conference Center. Fast Lanes Grille at the Bowling Center Fast Lanes Grille serves all of your classic American favorites in a diner-style restaurant. Join us for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Our Military Appreciation $1 hot dogs and sodas are served on Wednesday until 5 p.m. Grab a quick bite to eat or sit down with the whole family! Loggerheads Pub This Irish-style pub, located in the Mayport Beacon is open to all-hands and features a full-service bar, monthly Pay-Per-View UFC fights, ESPN College GameDay Football and the NFL Sunday Ticket. Open seven days a week at 5 p.m. for patrons 21 and up. MWR Offers Food Options Aquatics Now Oct. 27: Outdoor Pool Weekend Hours. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. Saturday Sunday. Join us at the Outdoor Pool on the weekends Fitness Sept. 12: Yoga for Life 7 a.m. at beach walkover #2. Start your day with Namaste. Enjoy a FREE yoga class on the beach at sunrise. All experience levels welcome and there is no need to register. Just bring a towel or yoga mat, park at the CPO Club, and meet a beach walkover #2. Intramural Sports Sept. 19: Mens Captains Cup Flag Football Organizational Meeting. 11 a.m. at the Fitness Center. Season begins Oct. 1 and ends Nov. 5. Open to all military, dependents, retirees, and DoD, 18+. Oct. 9-11: Fall Sports Challenge. Join us for the 2018 Fall Sports Challenge, Oct. 9 11. Tennant commands from Naval Station Mayport will participate to see whos best! Competition includes canoe races, basketball, tennis, bowling, sloshball, golf, swimming, dodgeball, boat wars, and tugo-war. Download our flyer for exact dates and times. Registration must be turned in by 2 p.m. on Sept. 21. Oct. 24: Mens Captains Cup Basketball Organizational Meeting. 11 a.m. at the Fitness Center. Season begins Nov. 5 and ends Feb. 25. Open to all military, dependents, retirees, and DoD, 18+. MWR Sports, Fitness Program For Sailors And Their Families Captains Cup Soccer Results -Photo courtesy of MWR Congratulations to the South East Regional Maintenance Center (SERMC) Lions on becoming both 2018 soccer league champion and playoff champion! The championship was a classic battle between SERMC and Naval Branch Health Clinic (NBHC). The Lions scored two early goals in the first half. Early in the second half NBHC scored a goal making it a game again. Lions played great defense and didnt allow NBHC to score anymore points in that half. Lions was awarded playoff champions for the 2018 Captains Cup soccer season! Soccer League League ChampionSERMC League Runner upCoast Guard Naval Station Soccer Playoff Playoff ChampionSERMC Playoff Runner upNBHC

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