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Vol. 64 No. 22 Friday, June 8, 2007 Commandant's Own Sgt. Jonathan Alexander, with the U.S. Marine Drum and Bugle Corps, performs for Guantanamo Bay residents, May 1, at the Marine Hill parade grounds. See story and photos on pages 4 and 5. Capt. Stephen Mehling, commanding officer USCG Air Station Miami, addresses members the Port Security Unit GTMO during a recent award ceremony. Awardees included members of the GTMO Coast Guard Aviation Detachment and one NAVSTA Sailor.Coast Guard awards local security unitStory, photo by MC1 Igo Wordu, Public Affairs OfficeMembers of the Security Unit 301 and U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Aviation Detachment Guantanamo Bay were part of a Joint Boarding Team awarded the Coast Guard Meritorious Team Commendation Medal. Capt. Stephen Mehling, commanding officer, USCG Air Station Miami, presented the medals on behalf of the Commandant of the Coast Guard at the Port Security Unit Headquarters, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (GTMO) June 4. The medal recipients were recently involved in a 14-day logistical operation where they assisted in unloading 3 million pounds of rice and 300 gallons of portable water aboard Motor Vessel Genovesa without damaging the vessel and its cargo. They also provided security watches and food for the This month, the New England Journal of Medicine released an article concerning the relationship between patients taking Avandia (rosig-litazone) and the occurrence of heart-attacks and heart-related deaths. This was reported on several news stations and caused some concern in our Guantanamo Bay community. Avandia is a medication used for the treatment of patients withRosiglitazone's possible health implicationsFrom Lt. Philip Siebigteroth US Naval Hospital, Guantanamo Baynon-insulin dependant diabetes. Avandia increases the bodys ability to use insulin, which allows for better blood sugar control. Good blood sugar control is essential for diabetics. While the New England Journal article establishes an association between the risk of heart attacks and Avandia, the likelihood of patients having a heartattack while taking Avandia is very low. Patients currently taking Avandia should continue to take the medication as directed, unless otherwise instructed by their physician. If patients discontinue the medication without physician supervision, blood sugar may rise to dangerous levels and cause medical complications. Patients with questions or concerns about Avandia should make an appointment with their primary care provider. The number for U. S. Naval Hospital Guan-tanamos appointment line is 7-2210. Local residents can also find more information on actions being taken by appropriate authorities by going to http:// www.tricare.mil/LetterAvandiaWarning-070525.pdf See AWARD, page 5
Commanding Officer.....................................................................................Capt. Mark M. Leary Executive Officer..........................................................................................Cmdr. Sylvester Moor e Acting Command Master Chief..............................................MACM(SW/AW) Nancy Brewton Acting PAO/LPO.............................................................................................MC1 Robert Lamb Journalist/ Asst. PAO..........................................................................................MC1 Igo Wordu Journalist.......................................................................................................MC2(AW) Honey NixonThe 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 or comments can be directed to the PAO. The Gazette staff can be reached by phone at ext. 4502; fax 4819; by email at email@example.com Get the Gazette online at www. nsgtmo.navy.mil .G G G G G aze aze aze aze aze t t t t t te te te te teGuantanamo BayVol. 64 No. 22Friday, June 8, 2007 2 Journalist..................................................................................................MC2 Kimberly Willia ms The Task Force Individual Augmentation update announced in NAVADMIN 136/07, released May 29, contains the Navys latest improvements to incentives for Sailors who serve as IAs. NAVADMIN 136/07 modifies incentives previously listed in NAVADMIN 273/06 and NAVADMIN 280/06. These initiatives will help to better recognize our Sailors serving in assignments that support GWOT (global war on terrorism), said Lt. Cmdr. Juliet Cook, head enlisted advancement planner, OPN132C in Washington. It gives them credit for their willingness to take the hard road and complete a job that not everyone is able to do. The Navy currently has more than 10,000 Sailors in IA duty assignments all over the world. As the need for additional Sailors to serve in the GWOT increases, the Navy will continue to improve IA incentives. The modifications include: Tours over 270 (vice 365) days will be considered equivalent to forward-deployed naval forces tours. These Sailors will be given the same benefits, including coast selection preference and priority choice of follow-on duty assignments and locations. Sailors who have completed an IA tour greater than 90 consecutive days of service in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Horn ff Africa, Kuwait, Cuba, Joint Task Force 515 or the Joint Force-Philippines and have parent command endorsement, are now authorized two award points towards advancement. Additional flexibility will also be given to operational commanders to administer advancement exams in those locations. IA detailing: Within the next several months, the Navy will begin assigning Sailors to Joint Manning Document (JMD)-validated missions through normal detailing channels (using PCS orders). Streamline the awards process for GWOT Sailors to make sure they are properly recognized for their service. For more information, go to http://www.npc.navy.mil.Incentives for IAs improveStory by MCSN Ken Ingram, Navy Personnel Command Communications Office IA training at Fort Jackson, S.C.U.S. Navy PhotoLocal college begins new sessionColumbia College will begin its eight-week June session June 4 and registration is now open. We offer on-campus and online associate, bachelor's and masters degrees in a variety of areas, including business administration and criminal justice administration, plus an online MBA. Students may attend all five sessions a year or just one. On-campus classes meet two nights a week. Columbia College, founded in Missouri in 1851 as Christian Female College, was the first womens college west of the Mississippi River to be chartered by a state legislature. The college changed its name to Columbia College in 1970 when it became coeducational. The Naval Station Guantanamo Bay campus of Columbia College was founded in 2004. Today, it continues to serve adult learners in the area. Columbia College provides accredited, affordable degrees for working adults and military students, serving nearly 25,000 students through its nationwide campuses, online campus, evening campus, day campus and graduate studies program. For more information about Columbia Colleges degree programs call (011) 5399-75555 or visit www.ccis.edu/guantanamo. Mark your calendars. The 2007 GTMO Firefighters Ball will be held July 14 at 5:30 p.m. in the Windjammer ballroom. Tickets are on sale at the NEX Atrium now.From Columbia College
Friday, June 8, 2007Red Cross Alert: Scam targets military spousesThe American Red Cross has learned about a new scam targeting military families. This scam takes the form of false information being told to military families as described below: The caller (young-sounding, American accent) calls a military spouse and identifies herself as a representative from the Red Cross. The caller states that the spouses husband (not identified by name) was hurt while on duty in Iraq and was med-evacuated to a hospital in Germany. The caller states they couldnt start treatment until paperwork was accomplished, and that in order to start the paperwork they needed the spouse to verify her husbands social security number and date of birth. In this case, the spouse was quick to catch on and she did not provide any information to the caller. American Red Cross representatives typically do not contact military members/dependents directly and almost always go through a commander or first sergeant channels. Military family members are urged not to give out any personal information over the phone if contacted by unknown/unverified individuals, to include confirmation that your spouse is deployed. In addition, American Red Cross representatives will contact military members/dependents directly only in response to an emergency message initiated by your family. The Red Cross does not report any type of casualty information to family members. The Department of Defense will contact families directly if their military member has been injured. Should any military family member receive such a call, they are urged to report it to their local Family Readiness Group or Military Personnel Flight. The American Red Cross ensures that the American people are in touch with their family members serving in the United States military by operating a communications network that is open 24hours, 7 days a week, 365 days-a-year.From the American Red CrossIt is not uncommon for people to spend a reasonable portion of their time thinking about how to have a successful career. There are several tools and competencies that play an integral role in the career development process. Ambition, motivation and self-awareness are imperative to effectively managing a military career. With the implementation of higher education standards for advancement and new criteria for Staying Navy, Sailors face the task of not only performing their assigned duties, but also being better than average. First-term Sailors face an additional test; they must be entered into the Navys Perform to Serve Program (PTS), which is a quality screening process of a Sailor within 12 months of his EAOS. A board of evaluators uses this program to determine if the Sailor is retainable. The number one thing that the PTS board looks at are evaluations and the second thing is your paygrade. If you have two 'EP' evals and youre an E-5 on your first term, you will probably get in there [be retained by your rate], said Chief Navy Career Counselor (SW) Jon Monteleone, NAVSTA command career counselor, If youre an E-3 and have a 'P' or 'MP' eval, you will probably be looked over. Sailors can go to their leading petty officer, chief, division officer, and of course their career counselor, to obtain help with developing their careers, added the veteran career counselor of ten years. Monteleone is also quick to point out that Sailors should pick up additional responsibilities, or collateral duties, to supplement their everyday assigned tasks. The key thing that Sailors should focus on is sailorization the rounding of Sailors. You must get on board with command and community service, volunteer work, education and investing moneyThe ingredients for career successexperts weigh in about becoming a better Sailorwisely, this way if you do stay in or get out, you will advance and be successful, Monteleone added. Local Sailors are currently using the tools available to enhance their careers and personal lives. The NAVSTA 2006 Junior Sailor of the Year offers a few tips and insight into what jumpstarted his Navy career. Anything I do, I do it the very best I can. Its important to build yourself with general education and to learn your job! Throughout my Navy career, I have had several collateral duties including SAVI representative, evidence custodian, command investigator, and many others, said Master at Arms 2nd Class James Isabella, NAVSTA training petty officer, Education is very important. I took advantage of tuition assistance and have taken a class at Columbia College every session since 2005. I also earned my instructor NEC , said Isabella. The Fleet and Family Support Center has programs to help Sailors determine their strengths and weaknesses and what skillsets they posses. Experienced employees can help servicemembers make good decisions regarding their careers and personal lives. Its all about marketability. Servicemembers must take a close look at themselves. Dont just stick in your rating. Take some of the professional development courses that the Navy offers and seek outside education, said Ron Lancaster, transition assistance/family life specialist. Dont just be a solid eight when you can be a 10. Expand upon your current skillset with additional training, he added. To find out more about the career development programs the Navy offers, contact your command career counselor or visit www.nko.navy.mil.By MC2 Kimberly Williams, Public Affairs Office 3
Friday, June 8, 2007The circle of Department of Defense educators include a dedicated group of teachers who are stationed across the globe, educating the children of military families and government employees. Ms. Lydia LaBouliere was educated from eigth through 12th grades in DoDs schools while her mother, Mrs. Sonjalee Pollino, taught on remote bases such as those in the Philippines. Lydia learned to treasure her mothers Cajun cultural background having been raised in New Orleans, La. as well as to appreciate the many distinct customs and people whom they met around the world. Ms. LaBoulieres new childrens book, Gumbo in the Land of Cultural Fusion is a celebration of Cajun culture and encourages blending people into your own friendship stew. The various characters appreciate each others differences and lovingly savor their circle of friends. The whimsically and colorfully illustrated 32-page book is coauthored by Manuel Ivan Cordero who is also a set designer and gallery artist. Both authors have collaborated with entertainment companies including Walt Disney, Universal Studios, and Nickelodeon. The main character is Cheramie whose name translates from French to dear friend. He is a pint-sized jazz prodigy whose musical discovery opens the eyes and hearts of all who encounter him. Another character Ah-LeeOn, or alien, is pronounced with a French accent by the author who writes, no one knew where he came from, but that theyd be friends till the end. Other friends include Shrimp Ay-2fay, a pink crustaceous sidekick and Totsie a character named for LaBoulieres petite mother. They are all mentored by a musical Professor or Prof with a trumpet who was inspired by Ellis Marsalis, with whom Ms. LaBouliere took jazz history as a college student. The rhythm of the verse and the Cajun speech (Patois) will delight readers young and old with lines such as: Cheramie practiced jazz piano every day and it made his heart sing in every way. Parents may need to explain the liberties taken with English when Cheramie states, make me some groceries and If we miss mammas supper, shell boil me for sho! Ms. LaBouliere recently read her book aloud to the students at Sampson elementary school, at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to gain feedback from children, parents and teachers. Many students on base have lived in several countries in their short lives. In addition there is a rich diversity of ethnic backgrounds with residents from various parts of the USA as well as from Caribbean and many other countries. Ms. LaBouliere thinks this is a valuable asset in writing and assessing the book. She considered the interaction a valuable focus group from which to do market research and develop new projects. She and Mr. Cordero have already started their second childrens book. Depending on the response to this book, Ms. LaBouliere said, the characters may grow into an animated series. Currently a major entertainment media company is looking at it for show development" Whatever future the characters have, the author is considered a guest artist and celebrity in the eyes of many of the students in this community.Cajon author has ties to GuantanamoStory by Marianne Mabbitt, Special to the Gazette Senora (Sunni) Malone NAVSTA Ombudsman Phone 77957 Pager 4084-2390 firstname.lastname@example.org Machele Friend Navy Expeditionary Guard Battalion Ombudsman State-side Liaison email@example.com Kathy Diaz USNH Ombudsman Phone 7379 Pager 72090, #018 kathiuska.m.diaz@ gtmo.med.navy.mil Jennifer Amaio USNH Ombudsman Phone 7379 Pager 72090, #493 jennifer.k.amaio@ gtmo.med.navy.milOmbudsman Corner Photo by MC1 Igo WorduY Y Y Y Y ar ar ar ar ar d of t d of t d of t d of t d of t he he he he he Quar Quar Quar Quar Quar t t t t t er er er er erNAVSTA Commanding Officer, Capt. Mark Leary, accompanied by Guantanamo Bay Housing Manager, Diane Blackman, congratulates 'Yard of the Quarter' winner for Villimar Housing Area, the Ackerman family.4
5 Friday, June 8, 2007Make/Model: Color, VIN NumberSailor of the WeekYNSN Clifford Nobles, NAVSTA Admin Clerkvessels crew. The USCGC Tampa boarding team, homeported in Portsmouth, Va., intercepted the vessel suspected of smuggling illegal drugs during a counter-drug operation off the southern coast of Haiti. With the need for 100 percent space accountability, the vessel was escorted to GTMO for docking and boarding. The team along with local personnel proceeded with the daunting task of unloading the ships contents by hand. They coordinated their activities with investigators from Homeland Security, the State and Justice Departments with help from USCG District Seven while meticulously searching every inch of the ship. After a thorough search of the vessel, no contraband was discovered. While presenting the award, Mehling commended the recipients on a job well done and their continued professionalism and dedication to their duties. The entire boarding team, and personnel here are commended for their extraordinary efforts and their aggressive pursuit of Coast Guard law enforcement and border security missions, said Mehling, the dedication, pride and professionalism displayed by the crewmembers of the boarding team in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Coast Guard.Award from page 1...Worship ServicesCatholic Catholic Mass Mon. thru Fri. 6 p.m. (Main Chapel) Confession, Mon. thru Fri. 5:15 p.m. (Main Chapel) Sat. 4:15 p.m., Sun. 8:15 a.m. Vigil Mass, 5 p.m. (Main Chapel) Sunday Mass, 9 a.m. ( Main Chapel) Eucharistic Adoration, daily 24 hrs. Protestant Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Sunday Services, Main Chapel, 11 a.m. Childrens Sunday School, 11:30 a.m. Gospel Worship Service, 1 p.m. Monday Prayer Group, 6 p.m. (Fellowship Hall) Wednesday Mens Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. (Fellowship Hall) Gospel Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. (Sanctuary A) Thursday PWOC 6:30 p.m. (Fellowship Hall) Sunday, Protestant Liturgical Service, 10 a.m. (Sanctuary B) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Sanctuary A) Monday, Family Home Evening, 7 p.m. (rm. 8) Sunday Sacrament, 9 a.m. Filipino Christian Fellowship (Sanctuary A) Sunday Worship, 7 p.m. Iglesia Ni Cristo (Sanctuary B) Bible Study, Thursday, 7 p.m. Sunday Worship, 5:30 a.m. Pentecostal Gospel Temple (Sanctuary D) Sunday Worship, 8 a.m. & 5 p.m. Seventh Day Adventist (Sanctuary B) Prayer Meeting, Tuesday 7 p.m. Vesper Meeting, Friday, 7 p.m. Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Divine Service, Saturday, 11 a.m. Bible Study, Saturday, 4:30 p.m. I slamic Service (Sanctuary C) Friday Worship, 1:15 p.m. United Jamaican Fellowship (Bldg. 1036, next to Phoenix Cable) Sunday Service, 11 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. Shabbat Service Second Friday of the month, Rm. 11, 7:30p.m. Unclaimed VehiclesChevy Blazer: Blue/White, C-0638 Pick-up: Red, C-7178 Ford Wagon: White, C-2568 Oldsmobile: Blue, C-3897 Chevy Pick-up: Red, C-5314 Dodge Ram: White, UNK Datsun: Red/White, C-0921 Ford Sedan: White,C8706 Honda Motorcycle: Red, 0476 Hyundai Excel: White/Black, C-0489 Chevy Custom Dix: Red, C-4123 Dodge Ram: Black, UNK GMC Stake Truck: White, UNK Dodge van: Blue, C-4510 Dodge van: Muliti color, C-3352 Chevy Van: Red/Yellow, C-1242 Ford F150: White, C-0325 Dodge Colt: Camo, UNK Chevy Blazer: Blue, C-1036 Subaru Wagon: Grey, C-4177 Ford Ranger: Red, C-1319 Chevy Wagon: Black/White, C-0965 Toyota Tercel: Grey, C-1163 Ford Sedan:Yellow, C1539 Buick Lesabre: Red, C-2614 Dodge Ram: White, UNK Motorcycle: Green, 0537 Chevy Pick-up: Brown, C-0624 Jeep Wagoneer: Black, C-1009 Dodge Van: White, C-1009Make/Model: Color, VIN NumberFord Escort: White, UNK Datson: Yellow, C-6944 Ford Ranger: White, UNK Dodge Ram 6 Pak: Grey, UNK Chevy Coupe: Tan, C-1193 Mazda B2000 truck: Black, C0198 AMC Sedan: White/Blue, C-4137 Honda Accord: Brown, C-4117 AMC Concord: Blue, C-0803 Oldsmoble Cutless: Red, UNK Subaru: Grey, UNK Chevy 4x4 LUV: Black, C-4174 Chrysler 5th Avenue: Blue, C-1094 Dodge Ram: Camo, C-2951 Dodge Ram 6 Pak: White, C-0880 Van: Black, C-2377 Chevy Blazer: Blue, C-0963 Ford Crown Victoria: Blue, C-1081 Chevy K30 P/U: Green, UNK Ford Pick-up: Red, C-2583 Boat Trailer: White, UNK Boat Trailer: Grey, UNK Chevy Chevelle: Grey, C-1439 Ford F150: White, C-3813 Honda Accord: Red, C-4392 Yamaha Jet Ski: White/Purple, UNK Mazda Coupe: White, C-0932 Dodge Ram P/U: White, C-9801 Pontiac Grand Am: Red, UNK Toyota Tercel: Tan, C-3639 "It's a great feeling because I work diligently."
6 Friday, June 8, 2007 Do Do Do Do Do wnto wnto wnto wnto wnto wn L wn L wn L wn L wn L y y y y y ceum ceum ceum ceum ceumMWR Happenings Summer Co-ed V olleyball and Softball Leagues Begins June 8, 7 p.m. There will be a mandatory coaches meeting, June 11, in the sports coordi-nator's office. FMI 2113. Summer Camp 2007 Summer camp registration continues through June 15. Camp will begin June 18. FMI 74658. Friday June 8 The Last Mimzy 8 p.m., PG, 98 min. Perfect Stranger 10 p.m., R, 110 min. Saturday June 9 Shrek The Third 8 p.m., PG, 93 min. Disturbia 10 p.m., PG-13,104 min. Sunday June 10 In the Land of Women 8 p.m., PG-13, 100 min. Monday June 1 1 The Shooter 8 p.m., R, 126 min. T uesday June 12 Perfect Stranger 8 p.m., R, 110 min. W ednesday June 13 Disturbia 8 p.m., PG-13,104 min. Thursday June 14 In the Land of Women 8 p.m., PG-13, 100 min.Genre: Drama, thriller and crime/ gangster Cast: Halle Berry, Bruce Willis, Giovanni Ribisi, Gary Dourdan, Nicki Lynn Storyline: When investigative reporter Rowena Price learns that her friends murder might be connected to powerful ad executive Harrison Hill, she goes undercover with the help of her associate, Miles Hailey. Posing as Kathrine, a temp at Hills ad agency and Veronica, a girl Hill flirts with on-line, Rowena surrounds her prey from all sides, only to discover that she isnt the only one changing identities.Perfect StrangerGenre: Comedy, Drama and Romance PG13 100 min Cast: Adam Brody, Meg Ryan, Kristen Stewart, Olympia Dukakis, Elena AnayaStoryline: For a long time to remember, Carter Webb had been falling in love with women.. And for a long time as he could remember, hed been searching for the right one. He found everything he was looking for in Sophia and for a little while he was happy. Unfortunately, it wasnt meant to be.In the Land of Women Summer League Baseball June 8 at Zaiser Field. summer league ball rosters are due COB June 8. There will be a mandatory coaches meeting June 12 in the sports coordinators office. FMI 2113 or firstname.lastname@example.org Spring Bowling Leagues Now forming! Thursday nights. Mixed money league. League runs for 12 weeks. FMI 2118. W ater Safety Instructors Classes will be offered on the following dates June 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24 at Windjammer Pool. Must be 16 years or older. The ability to demonstrate skill that meet at least four performances to include: Front Crawl, Breast Stroke Butterfly, Back Crawl, Elementary Backstroke. Cost of class $110 including books. Sign up at the Base Gym. FMI 2205. Adult/youth Summer Bowling League June 23-July 28 every Saturday at 3 p.m. Cost $14 per team sixweek league. FMI 2118/77147.
Center or call 75336. (2) Registration for Columbia College continues through June 8. Summer session will be, June 4 July 28. Columbia College is also hosting its first visiting professor for this session, Dr. Nate Means, who will teach Biology 110 Principles of Biology and Environmental Science. To consolidate military training into credits, please schedule an appointment with an academic advisor. FMI call 75555. (2) The CYP will be closed, July 20 for training. All parents to seek alternate care through the Child Development Homes for that day by contacting Edith Diaz at 3665. FMI call 3664 or 2005. (2) The NEX is missing shopping carts that need to be returned. No questions asked. Will pick up. Please call 2464. Reptile Show, June 9, 2-3:30 p.m. at Windmill Beach. FMI 4662/ 4496/4380. Commissary Case Lot Sale/ Summer Value Pack, June 8-9, 9 am-6pm and June 10, 10 am-3pm. Vet Clinic has 2 kittens for adoption. FMI 2212. Male kitten for loving home. FMI call Mika at 77832. June 9 Evans Point #803B 7 a.m. noon. June 9 Caribbean Circle 40A 8 a.m. noon. June 16 Evans Point 803B 7 a.m. noon.7 Friday, June 8, 2007 GTMO Shopper GTMO Shopper GTMO Shopper GTMO Shopper GTMO Shopper For Sale(2) DVD collection, 125 total, $400; Sony television, $150. FMI call Dennis at 8075 DWH or 77806 AWH. (2) Fishing and snorkeling equipment, yard items, pontoon and trailer, rebuilt 50HP Evinrude motor, truck, van, and sedan, too many to list, call for prices. FMI call 4874 DWH 77823 AWH or 84003. (2) Dining room table, 4 chairs, $150 OBO. FMI call 3284 or 75685. (2) Ashley brown sofa, 2-yearsold, $800 OBO. FMI 75549.. (2) Queen sleigh bed, like new, $100; Toshiba TV, $30; Microwave, $10; Gila limo tint, 1 roll, $20. FMI call 77196 AWH or 4430 DWH. (1) 20' girl's bike, $15; 2 fold-away captain's chairs, $25; regent surround sound w/sub & 5 speakers, $20; infant carrier & stroller, $100; 2YO washing mach., $200. FMI 77308. (1)UWATEC dive computer, aladin air 2 w/remote tank pressure transmitter, brand new, $400. FMI 72097/84297. (1) Autococker w/e-blade, tank, hopper, mask, etc., includes paintballs and tubs, $250 OBO. FMI 77405/4511. (1) Game/pool table, rugs, plants, dresser, ent. cen, stepping stones & garden border stones. FMI 75397. (1) Queen bed frame, like new, $75; gila limo black window tint 95%, $20; breakfast table, brand new, $200. FMI 77196/4430. (1) 4 piece wall unit microwave; 2 microwave wooden stands w/ drawers; porch furn; exercise airglider; olive green sofa; bluegreen Lazy Boy. FMI 77133. (1) Total gym exercise equip, new, $100 OBO. FMI 77981. (1) SCSI DSL modem, $100 OBO. FMI 78037. (1) Many inside and outside home furnitures and furnishings including electronics, yard & garden items (ground bricks, plants, tools, etc). FMI call: 2016, 2686, 4874 (DWH); 84003 or 77823 or 2420 (AWH). (2) 2004 Honda Accord EX, 6 speed manual, fully loaded, leather interior, sun roof, all available options, $19,800 OBO. FMI call 75753. (2) 21-ft. boat w/trailer and misc. boat parts, 175 HP and 15 HP motors, 15 ft. outriggers; fish finder, marine radio, hand-held radio, GPS, heavy duty dive ladder; two live wells, tackle box certified and fishing gear. $9,500 OBO. FMI call 77768 or 3529. (2) 1994 Toyota Sprinter, 4-door, auto, power windows and locks, $2,700. FMI call 77196 AWH or 4430 DWH. (2) 1968 Mustang convertible, new carpet and stereo, $6,500. FMI call 74813. (2) 1990 Acura Integra, 2-door, $3,500 OBO. FMI call 3360 DWH. (2) 1986 Jeep Cherokee, black, $1,500. FMI call 77621. (1) 1986 Chevrolet Cavalier, black, 2-door, runs great, $1,500. FMI call Jon at 79265. (2) 1993 Dodge Caravan, seats 7, good condition, AC, $3,750. FMI call 77597. (2) 1993 Toyota Camry, V6, leather interior, fully powered, AC, moon roof. FMI call 75520. (2) 1996 Ford Taurus, station wagon, rebuilt transmission, pwr windows, locks, AC, needs minor maintenance, $3,600 OBO. FMI call 77390 AWH. (2) 17-ft. center console boat and trailer, includes all fishing gear, $4,200 OBO. FMI call 75736. (1) 17-ft. center console boat and trailer, includes all fishing gear, $4,200 OBO. FMI call 75736. (1) 1986 Dodge Pick-up 4dr, needs brake work, $300 OBO. FMI 79680. (1) 2006 18ft Bayliner boat, 115 HP, fourstroke Mercury, completely restored inside, $20K OBO. FMI 77981. (1) 1995 Honda XR100 Enduro motorcycle, $2000 OBO. FMI 77981. (1) 1990 Honda XR250 Enduro Motorcycle, 4stroke, $2000 OBO. FMI 77981. (1) 1988 Delta Oldsmobile, runs great, no AC, $1900 OBO. FMI 78037 (1) 1992 Chevy Cavalier, AC, $1950 OBO. FMI 78448. (1) 1995 Ford Aspire, AC, good cond, $3500. FMI 75397. (1) 24-ft Pontoon boat w/trailer, new everything: deck w/nonskid, HDPE pontoons (rated for 20 years salt water use), 60hp Evinrude E-TEC motor, electronics/gages and fish finder, for $12,000; 1995 Grand Caravan, $3,500; 1987 F150 Pickup $2,000; 1986 Chevy Hatchback $1,000; Rebuilt 50 hp Evinrude boat motor $1,800. FMI call 2016, 2686, 4874 or 84003 (DWH), 77823 or 2420 (AWH). (2) Lockheed Martin is seeking a part-time mail clerk, 2-hours per day, business hours only, Monday Friday, $10.80 hour, no experience nec-cessary, must be at least 18-years-old, able to lift 25-lbs., climb 2 flights of stairs, and be a U.S. citizen. FMI call 4592. (2) W.T. Sampson is seeking volunteers for School Field Day, June 13, 8 a.m. noon. FMI call 2207. (1)The CDH director is looking for 2 people to provide childcare in their home. Contact Edith Diaz, June 14 at 3665 if interested. (1) Columbia College is seeking a part-time academic advisor to assist students with degree planning. Open to US citizens only, min of a bachelor's degree required and prev academic advising exp. preferred. Work hours will be M-F 2-6 p.m. with a salary of $12/hr. Apply online at http://www.ccis.edu. FMI 75555. (1) Ocean enterprises is now taking applications for full-time positions. Snokelers/scuba divers encouraged to apply. Applications at Ocean Ent. Dive Congatulations to the W Congatulations to the W Congatulations to the W Congatulations to the W Congatulations to the W .T .T .T .T .T .. .. Sampson graduating Sampson graduating Sampson graduating Sampson graduating Sampson graduating class of 2007! class of 2007! class of 2007! class of 2007! class of 2007! Announcements Vehicles/Boats Yard Sales Employment
Friday June 8, 2007Promotions: Newly Frocked Guantanamo Bay Sailors pose for a group photo following command quarters May 31 at Bulkeley Hall. Congratulations shipmates on a job well done! Award-winning NEX T-shirt contest design by OS1 Robert Hickok.Professional pool player, Jeanette'Black Widow' Lee, demonstrates Billard techniques at the Oasis Teen Center June 4 during her recent visit to GTMO.Photo by MC1 Igo Wordu Photo by MC2 Kim Williams'Sailors' get underway during the anual GTMO Boat Regatta.Thirty-two boats participated in this year's event. Photo by MC1 Robert Lamb 8