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Title: Guantánamo Bay gazette
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The USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG 58) refuels during aport stop in GTMO April 2. Roberts is nearing the
end of a six month deployment, which consisted of community relations and Counter-Narcotics Terrorism
operations.


USS Samuel B. Roberts visits GTMO

MC3 Ace Rheaume


DMA GTMO PAO


USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG 58), nick-
named "Sammy B", made a brief port visit to
Naval Station (NAVSTA) Guantanamo Bay
(GTMO) April 2 to refuel and replenish
stores.
Roberts is nearing the end of a six month
deployment, which consisted of community
relations and Counter-Narcotics Terrorism
(CNT) operations.
"The first half of deployment we went


through the Panama Canal," saidEnsignMolly
Harris, the ordinance officer aboard Roberts.
"We were operating in the Eastern Pacific,
which was really exciting. We made portvisits
in Panama City, and after that we came back
throughthe canal. Since Decemberwe'vebeen
operating off of the Honduran Rise and also
a little bit further south than that doing CNT
missions," she said.
"We made port visits in Roatan Hondu


ras," said Harris. "We did a lot of community
relations there, helped paint a school, played a
soccer game against the HonduranNavy and we
hosted the Honduran Navy aboard," she said.
One Sailor expressed how he felt after
completing humanitarian missions while in
Honduras.
"It's an awesome feeling," said Quartermas-
ter 3rd Class Bryan Small, one
See SHIP, page 4


Vol. 66 No. 13






Friday, April 3, 2009
GUANTANAMO BAY

Gazette
Vol. 66 No. 13





Naval Station
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Commanding
Officer
Capt. Steven H.
Blaisdell

Executive Officer
Cmdr. Paul Mitchell

Command Master
Chief
CMDCM(SW/AW) Keith
Carlson

PAO/LCPO
MCC Bill Mesta

Gazette Editor
MC2 Kimberly
Williams
The Guantanamo Bay Gazette is an
authorized publication for members
of the military services and their
families stationed at U.S. Naval
Station Guantanamo Bay.
The contents do not necessarily
reflect the official views of the U.S.
Government, the Department of
Defense, or the U.S. Navy, and do
not imply endorsement thereof.
The editorial content is prepared,
edited and provided by the Public
Affairs Office of U.S. Naval Station
Guantanamo Bay. Questions orcom-
ments can be directed to the PAO.
The Gazette staff can be reached by
phoneatext. 4502;fax4819;by email
at pao@usnbgtmo.navy.mil.
Get the Gazette online at www.cnic.
navy.mil/guantanamo
For classified ad submissions: please
limit wordcountto 20 words orless
Ads mustbesubmittedviaemail ONL
no later than noon every Tuesday to
pao@usnbgtmo.navy.mi.


Sailor of the Week




MC3 Jesse Sharpe
Pekin, 111.


Defense Media Activity
Detachment GTMO



"I'm happy I won
Sailor of the Week
this time, especially
because a lot of hard
work was put in to get
this one.







Friday, April 3, 2009 3


April is Sexual Assault


Awareness Month


The month of April has been desig-
nated Sexual Assault Awareness Month
(SAAM).
The goal of SAA is to ris ublic
awareness about sexu using
on sexual assault d to ecte
communities and ini s o to
prevent sexual violc e
SAAM Day ofction \ees p
8, 2009.
Theme: Proe ent Sexual eVilC Ioo
Workplace Slo1oan: s
Sexual Assalt Victim n enio
(SAVI) Program
What is SAVI?
The Sexual Assault V lf on
program is a comprehesiv, ctii i-
tive program that pilI the pieces a oet cer
- victim advocacy, awareness. pe sentio
education, and data collection- to respond
to sexual assault Navy-wide. SAVI services
are available to all sailors and their families,
regardless of whether the sexual assault took
place on or off base.
The primary focus of the SAVI program
is to promote aggressive, proactive aware-
ness and prevention education, including
information on the prevention of sexual
assault; actions that can help minimize risk;
procedures for command response; and
measures that bases and command can take
to ensure a safe environment for sailors and
their families.
The SAVI program includes a volunteer
system of committed victim advocates, who
are trained to be "crisis respondents" and
coordinate with local and civilian organiza-
tions to make sure that sexual assault victims
receive appropriate medical, legal and emo-
tional care. Advocates are male and female,
civilian and military personnel. Advocates
provide a variety of support services-from
bringing a victim a change of clothes at the
hospital to providing emotional support dur-
ing legal proceedings.
The final component of SAVI is a system
of data collection used to establish an accu-
rate report of sexual assault in the Navy.
Restricted Vs Unrestricted Reporting of
a Sexual Assault
Confidentiality represents the most signif-


icant single change in sexual assault policy
and it addresses a major barrier to reporting.
Many victims are not emotionally prepared
for criminal investigation due to fear, embar-
rassment, shame and a sense of violation
that may follow an assault. Previous policy
of automatic and immediate initiation of
law enforcement action often deterred the
victims from stepping forward.
Confidentiality takes direct aim at this
barrier by providing victims two reporting
ons: Restricted and Unrestricted report-
ireporting allows the victims
to rec medical treatment and support
withoutt automatically triggering a criminal
in e sti tion.
To iake a restricted report:
1. Call or talk with a Victim Advocate,
Health care provider, chaplain, mental health
provider or Sexual Assault Response Coor-
dinator (SARC).
2. If the assault has just occurred, go di-
rectly to the Emergency Room for treatment
and the providers will assist you.
3. With a Victim Advocate, complete the
Victim's Preference Statement. This gives
you the opportunity to obtain counseling
and on-going medical care, and have up to
a year to change your reporting preference
to unrestricted.
4. Do not inform any military member
or your command if you desire restricted
reporting.
Victims who desire treatment and/or sup-
port, as well as an investigation can select
unrestricted reporting. This option ensures
that in addition to providing medical treat-
ment, advocacy, and counseling for victims
of sexual assault, command authorities
are notified and a criminal investigation is
initiated.
24-HR Victim Advocate Assistance: 84578.
Emergency Room: 72690
Chaplains: ext.3202 (JTF) or 2323 -
NAVSTA.
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
(SARC): 4047. Behavior Health: 4048
JSMART: 3566. (Information obtained
from the Fleet and Family Support Center,
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Pamphlets).


relieicus Services/
Uase Chapel

Catholic
Daily Catholic Mass Mon. Fri. 5:30
p.m. (Main Chapel) Vigil Mass, Sat.
5 p.m. (Main Chapel) Sun. Mass,
7:30 a.m. (JTF-Troopers Chapel)
Sun. 9 a.m. Mass (Main Chapel)
Protestant (GTMO Chapel)
Sat. 11 a.m. Seventh Day Adventist
Service (Room B) Sun. 5:30 a.m.
Iglesia Ni Christo (RoomA) 8 a.m.
Pentecostal Gospel Temple (Room
D) 9 a.m. LDS Service (RoomA) 10
a.m. Liturgical Service (Room B) 11
a.m. General Prot. Service 11 a.m.
United Jamaican Fellowship (Bldg
1036) 1 p.m. Gospel Service 1 p.m.
LORIMI Gospel Service
(Room D) 6 p.m. GTMO Bay Chris-
tian Fellowship (Fellowship Hall)
Friday Religious Services
1:15 p.m. Islamic Service (Room C)
7 p.m. Jewish Service (FMI call 2628)
Religious Services/

JTF Troopers Chapel
Catholic Services
Wed. 11 a.m. Spanish Mass (New)
Sat. 6:30 p.m. Vigil Mass (PPI Cha-
pel) Sun. 7:30 a.m. Sunday Mass
(New)







4 Friday, April 3, 2009

SHIP, from page 1

of the navigators aboard Roberts. "You tend
to overlook stuff like that coming from where
we're from. You would never think wouldbe as
bad as it is in some countries until you actually
get there, so you get a good sense of accomplish-
ment once your done," he said.
Harris expressed that when Roberts is in
it's homeport of NAVSTA Mayport, Fla., they
operate under the 2nd Fleet. But while they are
conducting CNT missions in the Caribbean,
they operate under the 4th Fleet.
"Part of our mission with 4th Fleet is what
we call community relations," said Harris. "[We
conduct] theater security operations, so we
work with other navies. We [have conducted]
Vessel Boarding Search and Seizure (VBSS)
exercises with them, and we let them stay
aboard overnight to kind of see how we oper-
ate," she said. Sailors onboard the USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG 58) tend mooring
"When I was in Honduras, I was on duty lines after arriving at NAVSTA Guantanamo Bay, Cuba April 2.
one of the days and we had the military Navy
from Honduras come aboard the ship," said
Ship Serviceman 3rd Class Jesus Gomez, the Chief Petty Officer
Roberts' Bluejacket of the Quarter.
Gomez expressed that during this time he Leadership Heritage- Tradition
served as their translator and since most of the
port visits made in the SouthAmericanRegion
and Caribbean required a Spanish translator he
was proud to help out.
"We did a lot of presentations, and the
presentations were in English, so I gave the
presentations in Spanish," said Gomez. "[The Mission
Foreign Navies] got to tour the ship, stay the Provide leadership to the Enlisted Force and advice to
Navy leadership to create combat-ready Naval Forces.
night and get the chance to experience the Navy
life in the American Navy. Vision
Roberts is also capable of conducting CNT A senior enlisted force that serves first and foremost
CNT as Deckplate Leaders committed to developing
operations with the help onboard equipment. Sailors and enforcing standards; remains responsive,
aligned and well-connected to both Leadership and
"We also have 2 SH-60B helicopters," said Sailors; and conducts itself in a consistently
professional, ethical and traditional manner.
Harris. "We have an air detachment embarked
onboard to provide support for surface search Guiding Principles
and be able to visually identify contacts that are Deckplate Leadership Chiefs are visible leaders who set the tone. We will know the mission, know
our Sailors, and develop them beyond their expectations as a team and as individuals.
out there. They help support the (CNT) missions
Institutional and Technical Expertise Chiefs are the experts in their field. We will use experience
that we do out here too. We've been really suc- and technical knowledge to produce a well trained enlisted and officer team.
cessful and really lucky, we came back the first Professionalism Chiefs will actively teach, uphold, and enforce standards. We will measure
ourselves by the success of our Sailors. We will remain invested in the Navy through self-motivated
half of deployment with 498 bails of cocaine," military and academic education and training and will provide proactive solutions that are well
she said. founded, thoroughly considered, and linked to mission accomplishment.
Shortly after leaving GTMO, Roberts will Character Chiefs abide by an uncompromising code of integrity, take full responsibility for their
Sections and keep their word. This will set a positive tone for the command, unify the Mess, and
return to NAVSTA Mayport, Fla create esprit de corps.
"I'm really glad to be going back home," Loyalty Chiefs remember that loyalty must be demonstrated to seniors, peers and subordinates
alike, and that it must never be blind. Few things are more important than people who have the
said Gomez. moral courage to question the appropriate direction in which an organization is headed and then
the strength to support whatever final decisions are made.
He expressed that this is his second deploy-
Active Communication Chiefs encourage open and frnk dialog, listen to Sail and energize the
ment and it was very enjoyable. "I got to visit communication flow up and down the chain of command. This will increase unit efficiency, mission
readiness, and mutual respect.
foreigncountries, and countries I never thought
Sense of Heritage Defines our past and guides our future. Chiefs will use heritage to connect Sail-
I would visit. I got to know more about ors to their past, teach values and enhance pride in service to our country
[each country's] history, visit museums and
historical places."





Friday, April 3, 2009 5


W.T. Sampson Photography Club

This week's featured artist:
Marquis William, 6th grade
The W.T. Sampson Photography Club has been designed
to promote student's creativity through the eyes of a
young artist. 4th 6th grade students learn about different
strategies to be able to take the best pictures in different
environments.
Photo categories will include school activities, objects in
motion, & nature
Marquis captured the USS Ocracoke during a 4th-6th
grak field f to thepiers This was afun uandleduicaional
experience for all children. The purpose ofthe 4ip was to learn
about the responsibilities and duties ofthe US Coast Guard


Enjoy!
Maria Figueroa
Photography Club Sponsor
WT Sampson Elementary School


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6 Friday, April 3, 2009


Icwntown Lyceum


REII;U r.I. R4C.


Friday. April 3
Monsters v.s. Aliens
8 p.m., PG, 94 min.
He's Just Not That Into You
10 p.m., PG13, 127 min.
MIDNIGHT MOVIE
Madea Goes to Jail
PG13, 103 min.


Saturday. April 4
Pink Panther 2


8 p.m., PG, 92 min.
The Uninvited
10 p.m., PG13, 87 min.

Sunday. April 5
Taken
8 p.m., PG13, 91 min.


After a high-speed freeway chase
(as shown at the end of Perry's
previous film Meet the Browns)
puts Madea (Tyler Perry) in front
of the judge (Mablean Ephriam),
her reprieve is short-lived when
she goes to the store and destroys a
woman's car after she cuts in front
of her. Judge Mathis (as himself)
gives her a sentence of five years.
A gleeful Joe (Perry) couldn't be
happier at Madea's misfortune. But
Madea's eccentric friend Mr. Brown
and their illegitimate daughter
Cora (David and Tamela Mann)
rally behind her with the help of
Joe's lawyer son Brian (Perry) who
is tired ofMadea and Joe getting
into trouble, lending their special
"country" brand ofsupport.


Monday. April 6
My Bloody Valentine
8 p.m., R, 101 min.


Tuesday. April 7
Madea Goes To Jail
8 p.m., PG13, 103 min.


Wednesday. April 8
Pink Panther 2
8 p.m., PG, 92 min.


Thursday. April 9
Paul Blart: Mall Cop
8 p.m., PG, 91 min.


MWR

Happenings

MWR COMEDY SHOW
April 1 @ 2000 at the
Goat Locker
April 2 @ 2000 at the Tiki Bar
April 3 @ 2000 at the
Windjammer

STEPHENIE'S MAHATTAN
Beauty Treatments at the Bay-
view
April 8-17, 2009 Opening at
9 a.m.
Special treatments include!!!
Micro-Dermabrasion, Photo-
Facials, Pumpkin Peel, Brow
Tints, Lash Tints, Waxing, Full
Body Waxing, Painless Perma-
nent Make up.
FMI 75604

MWR SWIMMING LESSONS
March 30 -April 9.
Class price is $30 per person.
Class is on Monday-Thursday
for two weeks. If you miss a
class due to weather condi-
tions, the dates will be made
Fridays.
Sign up at the Base Gym.
FMI Anthony Roberts
2205/77262/77919

MWR GREAT EASTER
EGG HUNT
April 11 @ 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the Golf Course
Age Groups: 0-2, 3-5, 6-9, 10-
12, 13+ & Adult
Popcorn, Cotton Candy, Sno
Cones, Bouncers & Face
Painting.
FMI 75225







Friday, April 3, 2009 7

S Cas

FrSal


(2) BowFlex Selectech Dumbells
w/stand included, excellent
condition,$500. Nintendo Wii w/Wii
Fit board, additional Wiimote, $300.
RockBand2 gamewithwireless drum
kit(xbox360)$80. GuitarHero 3 with
Wireless guitar (xbox360) $40. Will
sell games together, $100. FMI call
77259 or 8344.
(2) Apple iworks 09 install for $50,
Dive fins bought at dive shopfor$150
will sell for $50, Dive boots for $25,
Dive gloves for $5 PS3 Rockband
Drum set and Mic make any offer.
FMI call 6024.
(2) A 60inch Box Projection Screen
TV for sale good condition for this
tv. $600. FMI call 79491.
(2) 2 SCSI DSL Modems for sale
$40.00 each. FMI call 79468.
(2) 6ft Satellite with all weather wires
(available in May) 800
Wood and leather dining room table
with extension and 6 chairs 300,
Ball gown sz 8, full length, black and
white- 100, Gown sz 8/10, cocktail
dress, red 75, Childrens table w/ 2
chairs (Dora the explorer) 40. FMI
Call 78707.
(2) Dive Gear: SM Scuba BCD, 1st
Stage and 2nd stage with OCTO, 2
Tanks, Fins, Boots, $500 OBO. FMI
call 77923.
(2) Woman's small and man's large
dive gear includes for each:
BCD, reg set, weights, fins,
mask&snorkel, lights: $500 per set
OBO
Also, four 80cf tanks. FMI call
77117
(2) 32" JVC Energy Star television
- $100, Entertainment center $150,
Micro suede chair, ottoman, and full-
size pull-out couch with cleaning
kit- $400, 24" Diamondback Octane
women's bicycle $75. All prices
negotiable. FMI call 77237 or
9816.
(1) Woman's small and man's large
dive gear includes for each: BCD,
reg set, weights, fins, mask&snorkel,
lights: $500 per set OBO. Also, four


80cftanks. FMI call 77117.
(1) Every thing must go by April
14 like new, patio glass table with
6 chairs and Umburla for $ 150,
microwave $25 out door chairs $5
each TV stand for $30, 3 carpets
for $45 each or all three of them
for $100. FMI call 90562 or
77151.
(1) Large chest freezer, 2years old,
$125; Ice maker smaller restaurant
size fills extra large cooler and
quickly makes more $300; Scuba
tanks aluminum 80's good hydro
and VIP, 4 available at $90 each.
FMI call 77796 or 72160.
(1) SCSI DSL Modem for sale,
$40.00. Call 77667.
(1) ) Sony 50-inch HDTV KDS-
50A2000 for $750 OBO FMI
90498 / 4325.
(1) ISPfor $69.99 p/mo. Requires
1.8m SATELLITE Dish, 3 Watt
BUC, LNB, modem, and VOIP
adapter. Purchase all for $2,000-
commercial grade equipment;
1.2m SATELLITE Dish $500;
BIRDOG Satellite Finder $500;
Kenmore DRYER & WASHER -
top loading. $800 for both. FMI
84049.
(1) Double bed, $25. FMI 77113.
(1) Toshiba Satelite 15.4" Laptop
with computer bag, 3G memory,
DVD Burner, $500. FMI call
90554.
(1) Assorted Palm trees, Coconut
trees and indoor/outdoor potted
plants; $5 to $40 each. FMI call
77828.
VEHICLES & BOATS
(2) 1995 Cobia model 198E
powerboat. 19 feet, 230hp inboard;
includes VHF radio, XM ready, CD
player with subwoofer, tow rope,
kneeboard and trailer Perfect for
wakesports or fishing, $6000. FMI
call 77259 or 8344.
(2) 1998 Ford Escort, runs great,
working AC, $2600. Available 2nd
week in April. Call 77667 FMI.
(2) 2004 Chevy Suburban tow


package, fold down seats, A/C
$17,000, kayak one seater $2,000.
FMI call 75694.
(2) Volkswagen GTI Great condition
Manual Transmission $1800,
Ford Ranger XLT Great condition
Manual Transmission $1700, Ford
Stratus Great condition Automatic
Transmission $3000. FMI call 90409
or 74891
(2) 1994 JeepCherokee2D Sport, cold
AC, great tires, new engine with less
than 20K miles. $2800 OBO. FMI
call 78853/72118.
(2) Grady-White 20' boat and trailer,
great out-of-bounds boat with
outriggers and multiple in-deck fish
boxes. Very strong hull. New fish
finder. Needs engine. $3,500. FMI
call 74806.
(1) 2005 Ducati Monster Dark 620.
Good condition, <5K miles. $4700
OBO. Contact Kyle at 75744.
(1) 16 foot Boston Whaler. 2004
Mercury Outboard, 30 mph top
speed, 3 Life vests, Fog Horn,
Fire Extinguisher, Bilge Pump,
Underwater neon light kit, Extra
Anchor, New Marine Grade
Battery, Just tuned up and oil
changed. Seats 4 people. Brand
New Live Well Included! Located
at the NEX Parking Lot. $2800.
FMI call 77151 or 8235.
(1) 2006 Maycraft 2300 Pilothouse
diving/fishing/family boat, Suzuki
225 outboard, swim platform, nice
trailer. Newmarine grade CD/FM
radio, stereo system, cuddy cabin
with cushions, 2 new electric Penn
downriggers, Lowrance GPS,
depth sounder/fish finder, marine
radio, 3 big fish coolers, bait well
hookup (separate), 2 anchors, large
open back deck perfect for diving,
fishing. Out of Bounds certified!
$28,500 OBO. FMI call 77796
or 72160.
(1) Motorcycle 1989 Harley
Davidson Sportster 883 with 1200
upgrade. Newtank, mirrors, lights,
sissy bar, and new mustang seat!


Runs great! $2500 OBO. FMI
call 77796.
(1) 1991 Black Mazda Miata /
MX-5 w/removable hardtop or use
the regular fold down top when
desired. Very cool, 2 seater ride
with 5 spd. manual transmission.
Excellentongas. Newwindshield
and new brakes recently installed.
Needs nothing else except an A/C
recharge. $3500 OBO. FMI call
75676 anytime or 2288


(1) Business ManagementAnalyst.
Must possess strong computer and
office management skills and be
a U.S. Citizen. Salary $20 to $22
dollars an hour. Temp Contractor
Position, only funded through
30 Sept 09. Deliver resumes to
Dave Newman in Rm 210 or 222
of Bulkeley Hall before COB
April 6.
(1) Community Bank is looking
for a motivated, energetic person
to join our winning team here in
GTMO.
TellerPosition available. Toapply
visit www.DODcommunitybank.
com/careers or contact the local
office at 75116.
(1) Supervisor Cuban Community
Assistant Program Manager,
YA-0301-02; Agency Program
Coordinator, YB-1108-02. FMI
call CNRSE Forward Deployed
Detachment Office at 4441 or
4822.


(1) Wanted: Refrigerator-
79576,4059.


April 4: Villamar 2225B ,
7 nm --


Kitchen Fire Safety
On March 29, the GTMO Fire Department responded to a grease fire in the kitchen of a home.
Luckily, no one was injured and the fire was extinguished rapidly. However, the secondary smoke
and water damage was extensive throughout the home creating a high dollar property loss.
Please remember to practice good fire safety habits. The life you save may be your own! If
you have any questions, please feel free to contact Fire Prevention at 4178 or 4179.








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