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Title: Guantánamo Bay gazette
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Language: English
Publisher: U.S. Naval Base
Place of Publication: Guantánamo Bay Cuba
Guantánamo Bay, Cuba
Publication Date: 5/16/2008
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Friday, May 16, 2008 Vol. 65 No. 20 Story by MC2 Kimberly Williams NAVSTA PAO NAVSTA earns 2nd retention award Naval Station (NAVSTA) Guantanamo Bay (GTMO) won the Retention Excellence Award for fiscal year 2007. This is the second consecutive year that the command has received this honor. The annual award recognizes commands that meet or exceed CNIC retention goals for the year. For 2007, the goals were: 50 percent for personnel with less than six years of active service, 60 percent for personnel between six and 10 years active service, and 80 percent for personnel with more than 10 years of active service. "We [NAVSTA] had a 100 percent retention rate for first, third and fourth term Sailors," said Chief Navy Career counselor (SW) Jon Monteleone, NAVSTA GTMO command career counselor. Monteleone stated that the command’s retention success is a direct result of excellent command leadership and command career development boards. "Through the use of an intrusive Career Development Program, we make sure NAVSTA Sailors understand their career paths and what programs are available to them," said Monteleone. "What we advise them if they want to put in an officer commissioning program application, take the chief's exam early or learn how to earn an early promote evaluation,” said Monteleone. Through the effortsSee AWARD, page 3Chief Boatswain's Mate (SW) John Burks signs his reenlistment papers to "stay Navy" Burks' reenlistment contributed to NAVSTA's 100 percent retention of first, third and fourth term Sailors. GRILLIN' OUT— Marine veteran Seamus Garrahy prepares steaks for Marines and their families stationed in Guantanamo Bay May 8 at the Steaks and Beer picnic. Garrahy travels around the world to put on this event annually. Photo by Martie Nunez Due to off-station training, the Gazette will not be published June 27. The Gazette will resume normal operation July 4. Editor's Editor's Editor's Editor's Editor's Note: Note: Note: Note: Note: Photo by MC2 Kimberly Williams

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Friday, May 16, 20082 Commanding Officer.....................................................................................Capt. Mark M. Leary Executive Officer..........................................................................................Cmdr. Sylvester Moor e Command Master Chief...............................................................CMDCM(SW/AW) Keith Carlson Public Affairs Officer......................................................................................................Bru ce Lloyd Public Affairs Office LPO........................................................................................MC1 Robert Lam b Gazette Editor.........................................................................................MC2 Kimberly WilliamsThe 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 pao@usnbgtmo.navy.mil Get the Gazette online at www.cnic.navy.mil/ guantanamo G G G G G aze aze aze aze aze t t t t t te te te te te Guantanamo BayVol. 65 No. 20Navy News Photo by MC2 Kim WilliamsRADIOTHON— Cmdr. Jeff Johnston announces the bottom of the hour repeater song to the “103.1 The Blitz” listening audience during the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society’s 2008 Radiothon. The organization has exceeded its goal of $7000 in pledges for this year and is anticipating even more pledges. Donors can contact Chief Construction Electrician (SCW) Craig Thomas to pay off their pledges at 4325 or 84175 between now and May 30. Payments are accepted in the form of cash, check or money order only. All proceeds collected during the Radiothon will go toward the NMCRS operating budget which helps Sailors, Marines and their families in times of need. GR GR GR GR GR E E E E E AT CAR AT CAR AT CAR AT CAR AT CAR DBOAR DBOAR DBOAR DBOAR DBOAR D D D D D BOAT R BOAT R BOAT R BOAT R BOAT R EGATT EGATT EGATT EGATT EGATT A A A A AMay 31 at 10 a.m. At the MWR Marina Deadline for entry is 9 May 31 Register, pick up rules and building tips at the Marina For More Information Call 2345

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Friday, May 16, 20083many Sailors have become aware of their options to stay Navy including benefits that guarantee them a choice of their next duty station or type of duty. The Guaranteed Assignment Retention Detailing (GUARD 2000) Program offers two guaranteed assignments within a 20year career time frame for active duty USN, USNR-R (FTS), and USNR members in return for a four, five or six-year reenlistment. People have spoken of the GUARD program like it is a mermaid many have heard of, but few have seen. I saved my option to GUARD for orders for my final tour," said Electronics Technician (SW) 1st Class Jerry Ramm. "You must be about one year out from a PCS and EAOS and both must occur within the year, so a little thought needs to be put into your future reenlistments and the tour lengths you accept in order to plan the use of GUARD well. I’ve been planning for this occurrence since I decided to reenlist at my ten year mark and everything has been falling into place as I hoped." NAVSTA Commanding Officer Capt. Mark Leary echoed Ramm's statement that it is important for Sailors to prepare early so that they are aware of all options open to them. "NAVSTA GTMO's leadership continues to rely on the commitment of Sailors as the cornerstone of readiness to achieve GTMO's and Navy’s mission," said Leary. "The award-winning contributions of the NAVSTA Command Career Counselor, our retention team and command leaders not only strengthens this command, but provides quality Sailors back to the Fleet at their rotation dates," said Leary. "Team GTMO is made up of some of the finest people from around the globe and their work ethic and professionalism makes NAVSTA GTMO one of the best locations for assignment in the world."AWARD from page 1 First Guarantee. The first guaranteed assignment must be used during member’s first reenlistment. Tour length waivers of up to 18 months of a prescribed sea tour (PST) will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Subsequent Guarantees. Members who are in their second or subsequent term are entitled to one additional guaranteed assignment under this program. The GUARD 2000 assignment is the result of negotiations between the member and the detailer (the detailer has greater latitude in assigning members to lower priority billets for a longer reenlistment period) for a mutually agreeable assignment. All assignments must be to valid billets. FMI about GUARD 2000 visit http:// buperscd.technology.navy.mil/ bup_updt/508/milpers/13061002.htm GUARD 2000 at a glance Registration for the Youth Center Summer Camp begins May 26, 2008 Monday Friday 9:30 a.m. 6 p.m. at the Youth Center In the early 60’s there was a catchy little tune “buckle up for safety buckle up.” It was designed to draw attention to a new safety device in cars, the seatbelt. The Department of Defense has required the use of seatbelts while driving or as a passenger since the 1980’s. OPNAVINST 5100.12H states “Individuals must be aware of their personal responsibility in the Navy’s Traffic Safety Program.” The national average for seatbelt use is 82 percent according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The Guantanamo Bay average seatbelt use in is about 58 percent, this is 24 percent below the national average. I hear people stating that “we’re only in GTMO” or “the speed limit is only 25 MPH.” There are statistics and research papers that shows up to 74 percent of traffic fatalities occur at less than 25 MPH and less than 45 miles from home. You’re living in a statistic, complacency can be disastrous. At 24 percent below the national average where is the “personal responsibility?”Safety Corner: Seatbelt use in GTMO By Joseph Perfetto

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Friday, May 16, 20084News PIDC hosts talent night raises funds for annual event Story by MC1 Robert Lamb NAVSTA Public Affairs GTMO residents took part in the Kabayan Night Talent Night May 10 at the Sunken Garden area adjacent to Cooper Field. The event was a fundraiser for the upcoming annual Philippine Independence day Celebration in June. “Kabayan Nights, formerly GTMO Idol, is a vide-oke singing contest that’s held every other Saturday night at the Sunken Garden behind Gold Hill Towers Barracks,” said Cecille “Pencille” Peaflorida, Philippine Independence Committee (PIDC), Ways and Means committee chairperson. “Tickets are sold to purchase drinks or appetizers and a variety of Filipino food is also offered for donations. The turn out has been very good and we’ve raised a decent amount of money so far.” The PDIC event commemorates the sovereignty and independence of the Philippine Islands from the colonial rule of Spain that took place June 12, 1898, prior to the formal conclusion of the Spanish-American War. Denise Clark, American Red Cross station manager talked about the exceptional talent and traditional cuisine served during the show. “It is nice to know we have such great singers in our community. We [attendees] were warmly welcomed and treated like family. I would recommend that everyone attend,” said Clark. The theme for this year's PIDC is “Pistang Pinoy”, which means Filipino Fiesta. “This years Filipino Fiesta will show our foreign national friends how fiestas are really suppose to be celebrated the Filipino way,” said Burns and Roe Leaders League President, Ped Aungon. “Mr. Craig Basel, Morale, Welfare and Recreation director, is trying to get a live band here to play some original Filipino music," said Jhoanne Santiago, Burns and Roe Leaders League Vice President. "We’ll also have Filipino versions of parlor games and of course Filipino food will be served before the start of the program,” said Santiago. Julieta Paraiso sings as she welcomes guests to Kabayan Night May 10 at the Sunken Garden. Residents will have another chance to enjoy Kabayan Night and taste traditional Filipino food, May 24 at 9 p.m. for the final Kabayan Night prior to PIDC in June.The final Kabayan Talent Night will take place May 24 at 9 p.m. FCPOA FORBES HOUSE FUND-RAISER RUNMay 17 at 8 a.m. 6 mile run from USNH to Cable Beach to help the Lake County Domestic Violence Shelter recover from water damage. A shuttle will be available from Cable Beach at 7 a.m. FMI call ND1 Dean Paraskeva at 84536, ET1 Jerry Ramm at 4721 Photo by MC1 Robert Lamb

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5Friday, May 16, 2008Catholic 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. (JTFTroopers 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 (Room A) 8 a.m. Pentecostal Gospel Temple (Room D) 9 a.m. LDS Service (Room A) 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) 7 p.m. GTMO Bay Christian 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 ChapelCatholic Services Wed. 11 a.m. Spanish Mass (New) Sat. 6:30 p.m. Vigil Mass (PPI Chapel) Sun. 7:30 a.m. Sunday Mass (New) Religious Services/ Base Chapel Steve Doherty (Retired Steve) NAVSTA Ombudsman 84882/77239 gtmoombudsman@aol.com Connie Schiltz NAVSTA Ombudsman 84792/78519 Konikat@hotmail.com Michael Ammenson US Naval Hospital Ombudsman Pager 72090 #493 Ombudsman CornerGTMO School of Dance holds recital The Guantanamo Bay (GTMO) School of Dance held its Spring recital May 9 at the Windjammer. Students, instructors and a group of fathers and their daughters performed ballet, tap, jazz, hiphop and Irish Step choreography which was taught by an all-volunteer staff. The school is under the direction of departing director Utilitiesman 2nd Class Rachel Thompson, who has worked as a professional dancer in the past. "I turned pro at age 18 in the chorus of '42nd Street' in Houston’s 'Theater Under the Stars,'” said Thompson. "I performed with music theater companies and cruise ships and taught dance until age 31 before joining the Navy," said Thompson. She also explained how it is only natural for her to teach dance to those willing to learn.Cmdr. Jeff Johnston performs with his youngest daughter Jackie during the father/daughter dance at the 2008 GTMO School of Dance Spring Recital, May 9. Story by MC2 Kimberly Williams NAVSTA PAO "Dance has been a part of my life since I was six," said Thompson. It’s such a great way to learn how to learn. I couldn’t sit by and not share dance with the children of GTMO. When God gives you a talent, to not use it is to be ungrateful and that would be unacceptable." Parents of students in the program are sad to see Thompson go, but are excited about the upcoming dance year. "I enjoyed seeing the passion for dancing from the instructors, which reflected in their students," said Lt. Gloria Pierce whose daughter Jasmine was in the advanced jazz and hip-hop classes. "The most memorable time was the recital, of course. All the kids had their 'game faces' on. They were ready to show the audience everything they had learned, and they did. Those kids were great!" "For me, the most memorable part of the entire program was watching Rachel Thompson work with the children," said Lt. Robert Trujillo, who has two daughters enrolled in ballet and tap classes. "She provided the kids with a good understanding of dance. After the recital ended Saturday night, my two year old daughter C.J. came up to me and said, 'Daddy, I’m a baby ballerina.' How can I ask for anything better or more memorable than that." GTMO School of Dance, open to children ages two to 18 years, operates from September to May with the May recital serving as the school's finale performance. The program is looking for volunteer dance instructors, regardless of background, for the 2008-2009 dance year. Registration for students will begin later this year. For more information about the program contact Rachael Thompson at 75551. Photo by Lt. Cmdr Eileen D'Andrea

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Friday, May 16, 20086Feature You can’t blame it on the warm sunny weather. You can’t blame it on road construction either. You can’t even blame it on the amount of traffic that’s here! So why are traffic violations on the rise in Guantanamo Bay (GTMO)? Master at Arms 1st Class(SW) Terry Bunche, Naval Station Security Pass & I.D. Office said, “We’ve [Security] noticed an extreme increase in the amount of traffic tickets being issued in the last month or so.” The traffic laws in GTMO are comparable to the laws back in the states, with one major exception, the speed limit. The speed limit here is 25 miles per hour (MPH) in most designated areas and major roadways. The speed limit in parking lots is only 10 mph, 15 MPH in any residential, barracks or billeting area, and five MPH during physical training or during troop movement. It doesn’t take much for a driver to be distracted or to lose concentration and before he or she knows it they are up to 30 MPH. The GTMO Motor Vehicle Code (NAVSTAGTMO 11200.1) prescribes administrative penalties (on a point system) for various violations. Driving with an expired registration is worth three points, failure to yield to emergency vehicles will get you four points, following to close to another vehicle can be four points, and failure to report an accident is six points. Points assessed shall remain on the driver’s record for 12 months. The Code requires the Security Officer to revoke a driver’s base privileges for one year when a driver accumulates 12 points within 12 consecutive months or 18 points within 24 months. Upon receipt of a citation, the violator has a right to an administrative hearing at the GTMO Traffic Review Board. Traffic Review Board appearances are mandatory for some violations. At the Traffic Review Board, the Traffic Magistrate hears evidence from both sides in order to make a finding as to whether the driver committed the violation. The traffic review board chief magistrate is the public works officer. The Guantanamo Bay traffic review board takes place once a month. The chief magistrate takes final action on all appeals from suspension or revocations of driving privileges. “The traffic board is an administrative forum, not a legal one,” said Chief Magistrate Cmdr. Jeff Johnston. “There is no connection between GTMO driving record and their on-base privileges elsewhere. The Consolidated Law Enforcement Operations Center (CLEO) system tracks everyone’s driving throughout the military services, on all installation. So if you pick up a six-month suspension the day before you leave GTMO, you’ll spend the first six months of your next tour bumming a ride from the main gate.” In addition to the military-wide suspension tracking system that Johnston mentioned, the joint-service Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision instruction (OPNAVINST 11200.5D) requires the installation to notify a driver’s state licensing agency of any suspension of one year or longer based on a drunk driving or refusal to submit to blood, breath, or urine testing for drug or alcohol content. One of the most serious offenses in the Code is driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or other controlled substances. No person may operate a vehicle while intoxicated or impaired by alcohol beverages, drugs, or chemical substances. If the drivers blood or breathe alcohol content (BAC) is 0.08 percent or greater, the Traffic Review Board may presume that the driver was intoxicated, and the driver will be subject to a mandatory oneyear suspension. If the BAC is at 0.05 percent but less than 0.08, the Board may presume that the driver is impaired, and he or she will face a six-month suspension. All GTMO drivers should understand the naval Station’s “Impaired Consent” policy regarding breath and blood testing for alcohol or drug content. Driving a motor vehicle on NAVSTA GTMO is a privilege, not a right, and by exercising this privilege, all drivers’ consent, in advance to the chemical testing of his breath, blood, or urine, for the purpose of determining alcohol or drug content. Failure to submit to testing will result in the immediate revocation of driving privileges for one year, in addition to any period of revocation or suspension that may be imposed for any other moving violation. Failure to submit to such testing will also result in the driver being considered for removal and permanent debarment from the installation. For more information about the GTMO Motor Vehicle Code or Traffic Review Board, call 4410 or 4411. Traffic violations increase in GTMO Story by MC1 Robert Lamb NAVSTA Public Affairs Office Information about traffic violations can be found in the Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Instruction 11200.1.Photo by MC1 Robert Lamb

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Friday, May 16, 20087 Fair Winds and Following Seas— Departing Marine Corps Security Forces (MCSF) Commanding Officer Maj. George Nunez, 1st Sgt. Christopher Cornell and their families would like to say farewell and thank you to the GTMO community. The MCSF leadership officially changed command today during a ceremony at Marine Hill. The two families would like to extend their gratitude to NAVSTA, USNH, JTF and all other commands on island for their continued support of the Marine mission in GTMO. SEMPER-FI! The Nunez family: George, Martie, Garrett, Makenna, and Margaret-Peyton. The Cornell family: Christopher, Tauyna, and Janea. Marine CO, 1st Sgt. bids GTMO farewell The Naval Station has initiated a Lean6-Sigma project to identify common air transportation destinations and problematic arrangements, and perhaps recommend changes to improve services. Any recommendation developed will be based on solid data and intended to serve the most common need. This survey will only be available from now until close of business May 30. Our goal is to capture as much relevant data as possible in this fixed amount of time. It is possible that our survey creates a requirement for additional information. Therefore, don’t be surprised if you are asked to complete another down the road. We intend on also soliciting for survey responses using the Gazette and Roller, and plan to invite JTF to participate. Only one submission per GTMO community member. https://intranet2.gtmo.navy .mil/customer-survey/gtmo-travel-questionaire/ GTMO air travel survey now available online Story provided by Dave Newman, NAVSTA Manpower Office To include a farewell announcement in the Gazette, email PAO@usnbgtmo.navy.mil.

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8Friday, May 16, 2008 What started out to be a great day at the beach could have ended in absolute disaster. A family with kids went to the beach for some fun in the water which included some sea shell collecting. As the children were scouring the beach for sea shells they came across what appeared to be a wonderful souvenir: the shell casing from a 40mm anti-aircraft round. In most cases such a shell casing would make a great souvenir. The only problem with this casing was that the primer was still intact therefore classifying the shell casing as unexploded ordnance (UXO). The primer in a 40mm anti-aircraft round is not small. The primer alone carries enough explosives to remove a hand or cause other serious injury, maybe even death. The children removed the shell casing from the sand and placed it in the bag with the rest of the shells. Mom had no clue about the special cargo until the shell casing with intact primer had made it all the way home. Fortunately nothing happened. Once mom found the shell casing she contacted security and the UXO was safely removed. Onboard Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, unexploded ordnance is unfortunately something that we have to deal with. However, by paying careful attention to your surroundings, teaching your children about UXO, and following planned procedures we can all enjoy our time on this island in a safe environment. What to do if you find a UXO: Remember the 3 R’s. Recognize—Pay attention to your surroundings. Anything that looks like it might have at anytime been part of ordnance, whether it looks like a projectile, bomb, submunition, rocket, or grenade it could be a UXO and could be deadly. Retreat—Once you have recognized a potential UXO do not move any closer. Do not touch it, or remove anything from it. Do not use a radio or cellular phone. Many UXO are electronically triggered and could be set off by any transmission. As you leave, make sure you leave the way you came. If you have something to mark the location, do so by marking the spot where you are standing without moving any closer to the UXO. Report—Immediately after you have safely left the area report the UXO to security at 4105 and the weapons duty officer at 4847 or 84015. For more information on unexploded ordnance you may contact the Weapons Department at 4847. NAVSTA cautions residents about unexploded ordinance Story, photo provided by GM2(SW) James Richardson NAVSTA Weapons Dept. TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME— Ana Hernandez attempts to prevent Tanner Price from sliding into second base during the Rockies versus Yankees baseball game. Photo by Lt. Cmdr Eileen D'Andrea The primer alone in this UXO carries enough explosives to remove a hand or cause other serious injury, even death. If you see one, do not remove it and immediately contact 4847.

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Friday, May 16, 20089W.T. Sampson news W .T Sampson High SchoolUPDATE: The Advanced Placement (AP) exam schedule is as follows:Wednesday, May 21 8 a.m. noon AP Calculus AB– Library/Counselor Conference Room Thursday, May 22 8 a.m. noon AP PsychologyLibrary/Counselor Conference Room Thursday, May 22 8 a.m. noon United States History –Office Conference Room Friday, May 23 8 a.m noon AP English Literature – Library/Counselor Conf. Room Friday, May 23 noon 4 p.m. AP Biology – Library/ Counselor Conference Room See Ms. Steele for more details. GTMO OPEN 2008 GTMO OPEN 2008 GTMO OPEN 2008 GTMO OPEN 2008 GTMO OPEN 2008 GOLF GOLF GOLF GOLF GOLF TOURN TOURN TOURN TOURN TOURN AMENT AMENT AMENT AMENT AMENTMay 24 & 25 Your pick the day you wish to play Start time 8 a.m. Entry Fee: $30 per person for 1 day $40 per person to play both days Registration open May 1 17 Tournament based on Peoria Format Victory BBQ May 25 at 5 p.m. FMI call John at 74123

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Friday, May 16, 200810 MWR HappeningsDo 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 ceum Friday May 16 Speed Racer 8 p.m., PG, 129 min. Iron Man 10 p.m., PG-13, 126 min. Saturday May 17 Meet the Browns 8 p.m., PG-13, 100 min. Drillbit Taylor 10 p.m., PG-13, 102 min. Sunday May 18 Never Back Down 8 p.m., PG-13, 114 min. Monday May 19 Iron Man 8 p.m., PG-13, 126 min. T uesday May 20 Speed Racer 8 p.m., PG, 129 min. W ednesday May 21 Meet the Browns 8 p.m., PG-13, 100 min. Thursday May 22 Drillbit Taylor 8 p.m., PG-13, 102 min.. LIBERTY MAY EVENTS May 17 Day Fishing 0800 Marina May 17 Ping Pong Tournament 1400 Camp America May 17 Midnight Movie 2400 Bulkeley Lyceum May 18 Dinner & A Movie 1930 Tiki Bar May 21 Liberty at the Lanes 1800 Bowling Center FMI Call 2010 ARMED FORCES DAY SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT May 17 & 18 3 Females on the Field, Double Elimination, Coaches Meeting may 16 at 1830 FMI call Karissa at 77262 or sandstromka@usnbgtmo.navy.mil RACQUET BALL TOURNAMENT May 23 & 24 Singles and Doubles, Start Time 1800 Sign up by May 22 FMI Call 75576 MEMORIAL DAY FISHING TOURNAMENT May 23 26 $10 Registration Fee Start 1700, Friday May 23 Sign UP NLT May 16 Register at the Marina or FMI Call Jaron at 2345/90117 Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns is 2008 comedydrama from Lionsgate based on the play Meet the Browns by Tyler Perry. Iron Man is a 2008 film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name.

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11Friday, May 16, 2008 For Sale (2) Brand new, never used Camcorders. JVC GR-D200US $175, JVC DX95 $250, Canon ZR70 $200, Canon Elura 50 $250. These are all small palm size Digital Camcorders. Philips portable DVD player $100. Cordless head set $15. FMI call 78470. (2) GE washer and dryer $75, Kensington flash drive $15, microwave, dvd/vhs movies, music cds, iron, toaster. FMI email forsale414@yahoo.com (2) 1.6 ghz toshiba laptop for sale 15.4 brightview, abg wireless, dvd/ cd burner, external webcam, cables $625, desktop hard drive, memory, dvd burner, new diabetes monitor FMI Call 77116. (2) Nintendo Wii game system with cables, documentation, sports game, box $250, kitchen dishes/glasses/ utensils, Oriental lamp no lamp shade FMI contact gtmo345@yahoo.com. (2) 6HP Nissan 4-stroke outboard in mint condition, less than 20 hours $1250. Dive tanks, $90ea or $300 for four. Wooden futon w/linen and magazine storage $150. Wooden dresser $50. FMI call 77729. (2) Computer desk $50.00 FMI 72626. (2) HP PSC 2200 Series All-in-one Printer (Printer, Fax, Copier, Scanner) $50. FMI call 78416. (2) 7300 TREX Road Bike $200 OBO. FMI call 77218. (2) Psychology an Introduction eighth edition, barely used needed for Psychology 101 @ Columbia College. $75.00 FMI call 77685. (2) Outdoor Bar & 1 Cocktail Table w/2 High Chairs & 2 Bar Stools $250, 1 small mosaic table with 2 chairs $100, 1 futon $80, 1 small dining room table with 4 chairs $100, king size water bed $150.00, 1 night stand w/lamp $25, Misc. Plants. FMI call 8188/ 84233. (1) Small TV stand, $50.00; Two 8x6 carpets-one blue, one brown, $25.00 each; Rocking chair w/ ottoman, $150.00. FMI call 75779/ 2276. (1) Refrigerator/Freezer, very roomy side-by-side, 25.4 cuft refrigerator, 15.4 cuft freezer, ice maker, filtered cold water dispenser, a steal at $375. Nice long dresser with mirror, $150. Three kayaks, two for $150 each and one for $50, with paddles. Big Weber gas grill with two bottles, $75. About 100 PartyLite Tea and Votives Candles, and candle holders, make an offer. Freezer chest 10 cuft, $150. Five book shelves, $30 to $50. Fine China, English Garden, 12 serving set, $150. Punch bowl set $10; Furniture grade wood for sale. Poplar 39 bdft, $150, Hickory 7.6 bdft, $37; Birch 18 bdft, $93. Fir boards for sale, 10” and 12” wide, 138 bdft, $125. Butcher Block Maple Table top, 26”x 48”x2” for $100. Each wood sold only by the whole unit. FMI call 75815. (1) Coffee & 2 end tables $75, Beige rug $50, 27’ Sony Tv $75 FMI call 77988 or 9798 (1) Computer desk $50.00 FMI call 77001. (1) Glass dining set w/4 chairs and matching open hutch for sale. Asking price $300, fairly new and in good condition. Also, some electronics for sale. FMI call 77957. (1) Dell Inspiron E1505 2gb RAM, 100gb Hard Drive, DVD Burner, etc. Must sell $850 OBO; Zune 80gb MP3 player must sell $200 OBO. FMI call 90498. (1) Apt. size washer/dryer, $50; dining table, $20; desk, $20. FMI call 772494124. Vehicles & Boats (2) 20ft center console Fishing / Dive boat with 90hp Johnson OB. VHF radio, depth sounder w/fish finder, dive ladder, am/fm/cd radio w/2 speakers, dual batteries, dual anchors, and forward seat cushions. All gauges, helm/cables and radio are just over 1yr old. Trailer included $5000. FMI call 2234/75860. (2) 1985 Bronco 4X4, great beach vehicle, GTMO special $500 OBO, Parafoil 272 Rigged for parasailing, ready to fly $500. FMI call 9741/77349. (2) 1992 Ford Ranger, Good Condition, $2800 OBO FMI call 77249. (2) 1989 Jeep Cherokee 2 door 4 cylinder many new parts( master cylinder clutch and brakes, brake pads, wheel cylinder, etc) runs excellent with no difficulties $3,000 OBO. FMI call 77685. (2) 2001 Volkswagen Carbrio GL Convertible, excellent shape under 49k miles 5-spd MPG 24 city/31 Highway, immediately available. $8,899 OBO. FMI call 75775. (2) 2005 Harley Davidson 1200 Roadster $7,000 OBO. FMI call 77218. (2) 1990 Dodge 3/4 Ton,4x4,318 V8, Standard cab long box. Runs great never any problems. $3000 OBO. FMI call 78284/9982. (2) 1992 Ford Ranger, new stereo and speakers. Runs well. $2500 OBO. FMI call 77249/4124. (2) 1998 Mercury Sable LS, automatic, Cold AC, Leather, low miles(78000), Power seats/windows, Tinted windows, Dual exhaust, Excellent condition $5700 OBO. FMI call 72196/ 77838. (2) 1992 FORD Bronco 4X4, 2002 factory 302 (less than 10K) new paint (2003), 8000# bpr/winch, tow hitch, 2" lift. $6000, Final Pre-barge Price! FMI call 77198. (2) 14ft Fiberglass boat w/2005 Mercury outboard engine. Great bay boat for inshore fishing and diving. Well maintained. $2800.00 OBO. FMI call 8186/ 84230. 1 Fiberglass center console boat custom built for fishing. Fully loaded turnkey w/2006 Yamaha 40 hp OB. $6,500.00 OBO. 1 Yamaha Wave Runner III Jet Ski with Shorelandr Trailer. Runs great and in very good condition $3,100.00. 1 Yamaha XT 225cc 4 Stroke Dual Purpose Motorcycle $3500.00. FMI call 8180 or 84233. (1) Chevy C-1500, 88, 1,400 OBO; '92 Ford Taurus $2,600 OBO. FMI call 78742 (1)2007 BMS Moped only 190 miles, $1500. FMI call 77265. (1) 1994 Honda Accord, dependable, cold A/C, good condition, $2,900 OBO, FMI call 79560. (1) 24ft Tracker Pontoon, 60hp Merc BigFoot 4 stroke (super quiet). Medium density polyethylene pontoons, dual gel cell batteries, lifejackets, AM-FM-CD Radio, new steering cable, all you need is a float plan. total package $9000. Having a boat so you can go diving or fishing any time you want to, priceless. FMI call 74097. (1) 2005, Piaggio Typhoon. 2512mls. w/Small helmet, glasses, gloves $1700; 1998 White Honda Accord V6 3.0 Liter VTEC $6000 OBO FMI call 79567 or 9819. (1) 1991 Ford Explorer $1800. FMI call 77362. (1) 1995 Chrysler Concorde, Needs new ECU, A/C, CD $700 OBO. FMI call 77940. (1) 1988 Ford F250 XLT Lariat, excellent condition, was $7000 now $5000 OBO. Available June 7, FMI call 75820/ 84244. (1) 2002 Scooter …249 CC never used, matching helmet…asking $1400 or OBO. FMI call 77541. (1) Two Mountain Bike w/ 26 in. rims. $50.00 ea. or $80.00 for both. FMI call 77024/84040. (1) 92 Ford Ranger, CD player w/ AUX port. Good cond. FMI call 77249/4127. (2) Agency Program Coordinator (Installations), YB-1108-02; Housing Specialist, YA-1173-01 / 02; Work and Family Life Specialist, YA-0101-02; Secretary (O/A), YB0318-02; Transportation Equipment Specialist, YA-2150-02; Health System Specialist, YA-0671-02; Financial Management Analyst, YA-050101/02; Supply Systems Analyst, YA-2003-02; Supply Technician, YB-2005-02. FMI contact CNRSE forward Deployed Detachment Office at 4441 to 4822. (1) Part time baby sitter wanted for only 1 child $130 per week and lunch is included. For 3-4 hours per day.FMI call 77259. (1) Part-time babysitter, some nights and weekends. $7/hour. FMI call 75826. (1) (1) Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Overseas is looking for a registered nurse or registered dietitian to provide nutrition education and counseling to our participants. This is a part time position with flexibility. FMI call or email Karen Meneley, ext. 2186. (1) Performance Assessment Representative, YA-1101-02; Medical Support Assistant, YB0679-01; Supply Technician, YB2005-01; Materials Handler, WG6907-05. FMI call for more information ,please contact CNRSE forward Deployed Detachment Office at 4441 to 4822. (2) For a good home: Kittens awaiting adoption at the vet clinic. Please come by or FMI call 2212. (1) Free to a good home: 3 Yr old female tabby cat. Spayed & declawed, litter box trained. Raised around a dog and good with children. PCSing and can not take with us. FMI 75820. (1) Looking for a in running condition 90-115hp outboard motor for a boat. FMI call 84040. May 17: Nob Hill 22A, 7:30 11 a.m. Employment Misc. Ads Yard Sale

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NUMBER ONE—The Captain’s Cup Basketball League men's champion "Goon Squad" poses for a photo after defeating Illmatic (bottom right) 54 to 50 in the championship game.SILVER—Men's tournament second place winner "Illmatic" poses after the championship game.WOMEN'S CHAMP—Women's tournament champ "Soulja Girls" pose after taking the title.Photos provided by MWR