Guantánamo Bay gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00098616/00161
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Title: Guantánamo Bay gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: U.S. Naval Base
Place of Publication: Guantánamo Bay Cuba
Guantánamo Bay, Cuba
Publication Date: 5/23/2008
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Navy-yards and naval stations, American -- Newspapers -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Guantánamo Bay Naval Base (Cuba)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Cuba -- Guantánamo Bay Naval Base
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General Note: Current issue plus archived issues covering the most recent 12 months.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 60, no. 40 (Oct. 3, 2003); title from title screen (viewed Dec. 10, 2004).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 64, no. 33 (Aug. 31, 2007).
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Friday, May 23, 2008 Vol. 65 No. 21 Story by MC2 Kimberly Williams NAVSTA PAO MCSFCO GTMO changes commandPhoto by Lt. Cmdr. Eileen D'Andrea Marine Corps Security Force Company (MCSFCO) Guantanamo Bay (GTMO) held a change of command ceremony at the MCSFCO parade Field May 16. Maj. Jerry Willingham relieved Maj. George Nunez as the commanding officer of the GTMO detachment. Prior to turning over command to Willingham, Nunez expressed his honor to the audience of having served as MCSFCO commander for the past three years. He assumed command of MCSFCO in July 2005. Nunez’s next assignment will be at Fort Benning, Ga. Before reporting to GTMO, Willingham was assigned to G-3 plans for the Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command. he spoke about how he looks forward to taking over the reigns at MCSFCO GTMO. "The thing I am most excited about is the chance to command and serve along side of these focused Marines guarding the fence line. These young Marines undergo arduous training in order to become Security Forces Marines, continuing to push them and hone their lethal skills for future deployments is what excites me most about this tour,” said Willingham A Marine of 19 years, Willingham graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree and was commissioned in 1996. Willingham’s tours include 4th Recon Battalion, Detachment Company H&S, 4th Tank Battalion; 3d Battalion 4th Marines at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Technical Advisory Field Team to Royal Saudi Marine Corps., 1st Battalion, 23d Marines in Harlingen, Texas, 2d battalion, 7th Marines and Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command. His decorations include the MSM, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement medal with two gold stars and a Combat Action Ribbon. Incoming MCSFCO Commanding Officer Maj. Jerry Willingham receives the organizational colors from outgoing Commanding Officer Maj. George Nunez during a change of command ceremony May 16. Photo by Lt. Cmdr. Eileen D'Andrea


Yard Sale Friday, May 23, 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 Lamb 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. 21Local News Photo by MC2 Kim Williams 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: This year’s rainfall along with high temperatures and humidity has Guantanamo Bay residents seeing black. For the last few months, residents have noticed that a black residue is accumulating on their doors and windows. No it’s not the "Plague," a virus or even mold. It’s just plain, old mildew. According to the GTMO Housing Director Rudy Sammons, the mildew buildup is due to high levels of rain and humidity, but also could be attributed to residents’ lifestyles. “Most of what you see on the exterior surfaces is actually mildew, not mold,” said Sammons. “Areas that do not receive direct sunlight may experience some mildew, but there are a lot of people who really like to crank down their thermostats and then open a door or window. When there are drastic changes in temperature, mold and mildew may occur.” Mold is most likely to grow where there is water source or dampness, such as Mildew matters in GTMO Story by MC1 Robert Lamb NAVSTA PAO in bathrooms and basements. Removing the source of moisture is critical to preventing more mold growth. “We work closely with the Industrial Hygienist at the Naval Hospital. If we have persistent mold/mildew problems, we contact them for assistance/recommendations," said Sammons. Most of mold typically found is not hazardous to healthy individuals. However, too much exposure to mold may cause or worsen conditions such as asthma, hay fever, or other allergies. The most common symptoms of overexposure are cough, congestion, runny nose, eye irritation, and aggravation of asthma. “We have not had any cases of the 'black' mold that is a health concern," said Sammons. If you believe that you or your familiy have symptoms caused by exposure to mold, see a physician immediately.


Friday, May 23, 20083 NAVSTA GTMO participates in training exercise Story by MC2 Kim Williams NAVSTA PAO Feature Here in GTMO, we have no choice but to rely on each other across the base. One team, one fight— we will get the job done ." Lt. Robert Trujillo, Installation Training Team CoordinatorNaval Station (NAVSTA) Guantanamo Bay (GTMO) and some of its tenant commands conducted an installation training team (ITT) assessment May 15 at the NAVSTA Brig. “The training gives you an idea on how to respond in the first few steps of an emergency situation, but more importantly, it prepares the watch team to initiate a chain reactions that lead them to regain control of the situation and engage others response teams in the efforts,” said Warrant Officer Mario Batiz, Installation Training Team Advisor. The ITT is made up of personnel from NAVSTA and tenant commands and conducts intergrated training for the purpose of assessing the training of first responders and other watchstanders during a variety of drills and exercises. There are four intergrated training events installations are required toPhoto by MC2 Kim Williamsparticipate in each year. "ITT assess how well the exercise participants work together collectively as a team to combat an emergency," said ITT Coordinator Lt. Robert Trujillo. "The ITT is designed to enhance any areas we have that may be deficient like response time to the scene of an accident," said Trujillo, "we collect training lessons learned and use that information for upcoming drills and exercises." The goal of the ITT is to ensure that its installation has a capable workforce that can effectively and collectively combat any emergency on island. The GTMO ITT team was tasked with responding to a simulated riot at the NAVSTA Brig by prisoners and migrants being held at the location. The rioters brutally attacked a prison guard, started a small fire and continuously defied orders to stand down. NAVSTA Personnel had to respond quickly and effectively in conjunction with tenant commands to remedy the situation. Participants in the ITT expressed the importance of teamwork and how every department plays an important role in getting the mission accomplished. “It is amazing how we may each have only a small slice, but bring us together in an coordinated effort and those small pieces make up a giant pie,” said Master Chief Information Systems Technician(SW/ AW) Amanda Alston, ITTDC1 Raymond Halstead and ET1(AW/SW) Joseph Cabornida apprehend prisioners during a simulated riot at the NAVSTA Brig.*CORRECTION— From the May 16 issue, page 6 "Traffic violations increase in GTMO article. The quote in column two, paragraph two should read, "The traffic board is an administrative forum, not a legal one,” said Chief Magistrate Cmdr. Jeff Johnston. “There is a connection between someone’s GTMO driving record and their on-base privileges elsewhere. The Consolidated Law Enforcement Operation Center (CLEOC) system tracks everyone’s driving throughout the military services, on all installations. 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.” assistant coordinator. “Here in GTMO, we have no choice but to rely on each other across the base," said Trujillo. "One team, one fight— we will get the job done.” Photo by MC2 Kim Williams


Friday, May 23, 20084News NMCB 74 helps repair Sea Cadet headquarters Story by SWC Donald Farwell NMCB 74 DET GTMO Photo by MC1 Robert Lamb Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 74 Detachment Guantanamo Bay (GTMO) members donated their off-hours to lend a helping hand to the local Sea Cadet unit by repairing their new headquarters building. Since 1958, the Sea Cadets have provided an exceptional learning environment for young men and women between ages 13 and 17. As with any organization, they were looking for a place to call their own. The base agreed to sign over a small building that had long since been abandoned. “We are taking this one step at a time”, said Lt. Mark Christensen. “We will start with this awning and then move to the next task on this project as we get materials from around the base.” The brush was over grown and the local rodent and insects had invaded the building. “The first time we looked at it, the floors were covered with rotting vegetation and termite damaged wood”, said Equipment Operator 1st Class Dale Worley, NMCB 74. The Seabees obtained most of the materials from old projects around the base and did the work in their off time. The Seabee’s have completed the awning and are now working to replace the grill that will be used for group cook outs and Sea Cadet command functions. Once the building has been cleared of the termites, the Seabees will replace two of the rafters and put a new roof on the building. NMCB 74 is midway through a six month deployment to GTMO in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Photo provided by Lt. M. Jason Christensen CM1(SCW) Victor Hinds hammers a few more nails into a joist hanger in preparation to lay the sheet metal roof. NMCB 74 Detachment GTMO has been participating in the renovation of the new Sea Cadets headquarters giving the Sea Cadets a permanent place to call home. Photo provided by Lt. M. Jason ChristensenSailor of the Week MA3 Richard DeBoer NAVSTA Security "I'm happy about being Sailor of the Week, but I'm just doing the job that the Navy pays me to do" Photo by MC2 Kim Williams


5 Friday, May 23, 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 Corner W W W W W ea ea ea ea ea thers thers thers thers thers famil famil famil famil famil y y y y y sa sa sa sa sa ys ys ys ys ys '' '' farew farew farew farew farew ell ell ell ell ell '' '' 'To include a farewell announcement in the Gazette, email PAO@usnbgtmo.navy.mil. The six years we spent here in Guantanamo Bay have been an incredible experience. We have enjoyed the beaches, shelling, fishing, snorkeling, all of the “bring a dish events" and much more, but the thing we will always cherish the most are the wonderful friends we have made here. You are more than friends. We consider you family and will truly miss our GTMO family. We leave May 24 from the Dock of the Bay at 10 a.m. If you are ever in Pensacola, please look us up. You are always welcome and will always have a place to stay. We also want to thank everyone for the help and support we received with our recent medical emergency. It meant more than you can ever know! This is not goodbye, just see you later. Please keep in touch, Mike & Pat Weathers. Navy College Offices worldwide have resumed administering the paper-based DSST Principles of Public Speaking, Excelsior, General Educational Development (GED), SAT, ACT, PRAXIS and LSAT. Between NAVADMIN 119/08 & NAVADMIN 137/08 (see attachments), all paper-based exams are now restored at shore Navy testing sites. The GTMO Navy College Office has reestablished testing for the GED, SAT and ACT. Please contact the NCO for further information and schedules for Excelsior, DSST Principles of Public Speaking, and other DANTES sponsored exams. With regard to FY-09 STA-21 applications, servicemembers impacted by the DANTES testing suspension, may submit a partial application package, less only their ACT or SAT scores, no later than July 1, 2008. Those partial applications must include an endorsement by their commanding officer, certifying that the DANTES Test Suspension has prohibited the applicant from receiving their ACT or SAT results prior to July 1. Those applying with partial application packages must submit ACT or SAT scores before Sept. 1, 2008. No additional documents can be added after this date. For more information, go to the STA-21 website https://www.sta-21.navy.mil/app.html Columbia College administers the CLEP and DSST tests. To register for CLEP and DSSTs, visit Columbia’s website http://www.ccis.edu/guantanamo, call 75555 or stop by in person. Study material for the above tests can be retrieved from https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil; the base library; and online. To access the official study guides for the CLEP and DSST tests, go to https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil click on the Learning tab > scroll down to the study guides. To access online practice tests, register with the Navy Education Resource Center. Navy College resumes DANTES testing


8Friday, May 23, 2008The Guantanamo Bay First Class Petty Officers Association (FCPOA) conducted a run May 17 to raise funds for the Lake County, Ohio, Committee on Family Violence, Inc. also known as "Forbes House". Forbes House, the only safe shelter for battered women and their children in the Lake County, Ohio area, sustained water damage from a flood in December 2007. According to Ohio reporter John Horton, “a failed sump pump flooded the bottom floor of Forbes House, effectively shutting down Lake County’s refuge for victims of domestic violence. The damaged shelter has turned away 13 families, and repair costs may reach $25,000 before the doors open again,” said Horton. Because the domestic shelter’s insurance policy didn’t cover sump pump failure, the cost would have to come out of the shelters own funds. Board member Frank Hanus said the shelter “needs a lot of help” to overcome this setback. All proceeds from the FCPOA will go toward the purchase of desks, conference tables, chairs, and other items that were ruined in the flood. “First I would like to say thank you! It is very kind and generous of the association members to think of Forbes House, especially the women and children we serve," said Mary Barnes, Forbes House interim director. "We appreciate any and all fundraising efforts by the Navy petty officers. Your generosity with your time and effort while you are away from your home and loved ones speaks to your dedication and thoughtfulness for those in need.” The FCPOA raised more than $1,000 in donations from the run/walk. “The Association wants to assist organizations, anywhere, that are in need. We don’t think we can fix all problems or wipe out any one thing in particular, but we have decided we will always try, "said Electronics Technician (SW) 1st Class Jerry Ramm. FCPOA raises funds for battered women's shelter Story by MC1 Robert Lamb NAVSTA PAO Registration for the Youth Center Summer Camp begins May 26, 2008 Monday Friday 9:30 a.m. 6 p.m. at the Youth Center NMCRS Radiothon NewsThank you for making pledges during last week's radiothon. The total amount pledged was $11,000. All pledges are due now. Stop by the NMCRS office in building 2167, room 118 next to Bulkeley Hall to make payments. Call 4394 or 84175 if you need to know the total amount you owe. Thank you GTMO for your support!


Friday, May 23, 20089 The Defense Department and U.S. military are better prepared than ever to aid disaster-relief efforts, and have improved measures for tracking military families affected by catastrophe, a top Pentagon official said yesterday. Among other services, department entities are poised to assist with evacuations, emergency transportation and search-and-rescue missions as the nation braces for the hurricane season that starts June 1, Paul McHale, assistant secretary of defense for homeland defense and Americas’ securityBy John J. Kruzel American Forces Press Service Military better prepared than ever for disaster relief, official says affairs, said. “Today, the Department of Defense — active, reserve and National Guard — is better prepared to assist civil authorities than at any other time in our nation’s history,” McHale said at a Hurricane Awareness Day news conference at the Federal Emergency Management Agency here. McHale said the department understands its role in catastrophic relief and has worked with FEMA to put in place a wide range of missions to support a national response. In the event of disaster, the Pentagon is prepared to coordinate FEMA logistics on military bases, to deploy emergency communications rapidly, and to deliver ready-made meals, water and power generators. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff praised the increased role the Defense Department has assumed over recent years. “[The people of the Defense Department] have been phenomenal partners over the last couple of years and have become really fully integrated with our planning system and our approach in a way that was not the case previously,” he said. The Pentagon has more closely integrated its planning with the National Guard Bureau, U.S. Northern Command, and state adjutants general, McHale said. Guardsmen are ready to deploy to Gulf Coast and East Coast states — where hurricanes are most likely to hit — and military forces are prepared to protect constitutional rights and provide law enforcement if either system breaks down in the wake of a disaster.


Friday, May 23, 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 23 Horton Hears a Who! 8 p.m., G, 86 min. Superhero Movie 10 p.m., PG-13, 85 min. Saturday May 24 The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian 8 p.m., PG, 140min. Shutter 10 p.m., PG-13, 85 min. Sunday May 25 Stop Loss 8 p.m., R, 113 min. Monday May 26 Speed Racer 8 p.m., PG, 129 min. T uesday May 27 Drillbit Taylor 8 p.m., PG-13, 102 min. W ednesday May 28 Iron Man 8 p.m., PG-13, 126 min. Thursday May 29 Meet the Browns 8 p.m., PG-13, 100 min.. In the Jungle of Nool, a caring, imaginative elephant named Horton (Jim Carrey) takes a dip in the pool. A dust speck floats past him in the air, and he hears a tiny yelp coming from it. Believing that an entire family of microscopic creatures are living on that speck, he places it on top of a clover that he holds in his trunk. After serving his tour of duty in Iraq, a young American soldier who is ordered to return to the front lines as part of the military’s stop-loss policy opts instead to go AWOL. LIBERTY MAY EVENTS May 23 Night Fishing 7 p.m.Marina May 24 Kayak GTMO River 8 a.m.Marina May 24 Midnight Movie midnightBulkeley Lyceum Movie premiering “SUPERHERO MOVIE” May 28 Liberty at the Lanes 6 p.m.Bowling Center FMI Call 2010 MEMORIAL DAY SUN, SAND AND SOUNDS FESTIVAL May 26th at Ferry Landing Beach Venue opens at 3 p.m. MWR BEGINNERS POTTERY CLASS June 3 part 1 June 17 part 2 5:30 8 p.m. Cost is $50 Sign up at the ceramic shop


For Sale (2) 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. (2) 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. Many other items for sale. FMI call 75815. (2) Computer desk $50.00 FMI call 77001. (2) 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. (2) 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. (2) Apt. size washer/dryer, $50; dining table, $20; desk, $20. FMI call 77249-4124. (1) 50 DVDs for $150. FMI call 75885. (1) Large Beige Living Room Rug $50. FMI call 77988 or 9798. (1) Sharp 37 inch LCD HDTV must sell $800 OBO. FMI call 90498. (1) ASUS EeePC with 8gb SDHC card $350 firm. 80gb with USB External Hard Drive with 10,000+ songs pre loaded $100 firm. Guitar Pedal Board w/Metal Plating $40. Computer case with mother board sold as is with broken power supply, $30 bucks. FMI call 78096/84907. (1) Crash Bandicot Crash of the Titans (Wii) $40. FMI email gtmo345@yahoo.com (1) Gently used Wii system with two complete controls, and three games, Wii Sports, Harry Potter, and Command and Conquer. $300. FMI call 79494. (1) Sony 20" TV w/remote, $100; Original XBOX, internal hard drive with games, several controllers and extra games, $200 OBO; SCUBAPRO GlidePlus Weight Integrated XL Buoyancy Compensator w/Air2 Alternate Air Source, MK2Plus Regulator system w/ Analog Gauge, and 80cu ft. tanks (BONUS SCUBAPRO Pilot XS Buoyancy Compensator w/ 63 cu ft. tank) $1000 OBO. FMI call 77086/3333. (1) Ipod Classic 4 GB, Silver, $50; Clothes (size 6) and shoes (size 10) for sale. All are designer brands, and most are brand new. FMI call 9822/ 77136. (1) Computer parts, laptop, microwave, TV. FMI call 77116. (1) DVD/VHS movies, music cds, iron, toaster, kitchen items FMI email forsale414@yahoo.com. Vehicles & Boats (2) 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/ 84233. (2) Chevy C-1500, 88, 1,400 OBO; '92 Ford Taurus $2,600 OBO. FMI call 78742 (2)2007 BMS Moped only 190 miles, $1500. FMI call 77265. (2) 1994 Honda Accord, dependable, cold A/C, good condition, $2,900 OBO, FMI call 79560. (2) 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. FMI call 74097. (2) 2005, Piaggio Typhoon. 2512mls. w/Small helmet, glasses, gloves $1700; 1998 White Honda Accord V6 3.0 Liter VTEC $6000 OBO FMI call 79567/9819. (2) 1991 Ford Explorer $1800. FMI call 77362. (2) 1995 Chrysler Concorde, Needs new ECU, A/C, CD $700 OBO. FMI call 77940. (2) 1988 Ford F250 XLT Lariat, excellent condition, was $7000 now $5000 OBO. Available June 7, FMI call 75820/84244. (2) 2002 Scooter …249 CC never used, matching helmet. $1400 OBO. FMI call 77541. (2) Two Mountain Bike w/ 26 in. rims. $50.00 ea. or $80.00 for both. FMI call 77024/84040. (2) 92 Ford Ranger, CD player w/ AUX port. Good cond. FMI call 77249/4127. (1) 1978 Ford F150. Truck is in great running condition and has had a recent tune up and new tires. Truck can be seen at the NEX parking lot. $2,500. FMI call 79781. (1) 1985 Dodge rusty but runs great $600 four speed manual transmission, near new tires. FMI call 77165. (1) 1998 White Honda Accord V6 3.0 Liter VTEC $6000 OBO; 2005, Piaggio Typhoon. w/helmet, glasses, gloves $1700. FMI call 79567/9819. (1) 2008 Radio GTMO Sticker $6000. Contact me now and I’ll throw in the 2000 Isuzu Rodeo it’s affixed to for free! Not a "GTMO Special." Bought it new. Only 83k well-taken care of miles. Great A/C. Clean inside/out. Excellent mechanical condition. FMI call 3049/79667. (1) 2004 Bajaj Cheetak Scooter, 150 CC, manual transmission. Excellent running condition, comes with helmet, goggles, spare tire and tool kit. $1500, OBO. FMI call 77911/ 5195. (1) Honda Civic, 4 door, A/C, Excellent Gas Millage, Clean, Strong Engine. $1,000. FMI call 75517. (1) 1988 Dodge Ram, 350 truck, custom, dependable, good condition,CD player. $2200 OBO. FMI call 79599. (1) 1997 Honda Civic DX Coupe,Single Owner, Californiabased, 120,000+ miles, All scheduled maintenance at Honda, excellent condition, Powerful AC. Asking $4000 OBO. FMI call 78416. (1) 1998 Mercury Sable LS, Cold AC, Leather,78K miles, Power seats/ windows, Tinted windows, Excellent condition $ 5300 OBO. FMI call 72196/77838. (1) 1994 Honda Accord, dependable, cold A/C, good condition, $2,900 OBO, FMI: call 79560. (1) 1998 Ford Escort SE, 4dr. automatic transmission, Power Doors, Power Windows, Good A/ C. Cruise Control, Power Steering, Rear Window Defroster, AM//FM Cassette Stereo Radio, 4 cylinder, Dark Blue, Great GTMO Transportation available end of June $4000 OBO. FMI call 2080/77977. (1) ADLY Her Chee 50cc scooter w/ DOT rated helmets and spare Tire, $1250 OBO. FMI call 77086/3333. (1)“Kabayan Night Talent Competition” Grand Finals! May 24 8 p.m. at Sunken Garden (behind GHT). FMI call 74479/90413. (1)110th Philippine Independence Day Celebration will be June 14, 2008 at the Downtown Lyceum. Tickets are now for sale at $12.00 each. Dinner line will open at 6 p.m., show begins at 8 p.m. FMI call 74479/ 3126. (1) Could the person who mistakenly borrowed my thumb drive from the circulation desk at the Library please return it? No questions asked. It has important information that I need. FMI call 4700. (2) 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. (2)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 2186. (2) Performance Assessment Representative, YA-1101-02; Medical Support Assistant, YB0679-01; Supply Technician, YB2005-01; Materials Handler, WG6907-05; Budget Technician (O/A), YB-0561-02. FMI call for more information call 4441 or 4822. (1) The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is seeking an Administration Finance and Procurement Consultant (full-time) – thorough knowledge of accounting procedures and MS Office (especially Excel). FMI call 74788. (2) Free to a good home: 3 Yr old female tabby cat. Spayed & declawed, litter box trained. Raised around a dog and good with children. FMI 75820. (2) Wanted: Running condition 90115hp outboard motor for a boat. FMI call 84040. (1) Found: Woman's Anne Klein watch with ring affixed to the band. Found midway between cabanas and shoreline near a palm tree May 18 at Windmill Beach. To claim, call 8158/84072. (1) Wanted: Six-foot satellite dish. If you have one you are interested in selling please call 77351. May 24: Marina Point N305, 7 a.m. May 24: Granadillo Point 9A, 7 10 a.m. May 24: Caribbean Circle 26B and 40A 8 a.m. noon. May 25: Villamar 9A, 7 11 a.m. GTMO Shopper Employment Announcements Misc. Ads Yard Sales


PROMW.T. Sampson students danced the night away during the 2008 Senior Prom at the Bayview May 17. CONFIRMATIONBishop Armando Ochoa performs a "Sacrament of Confirmation" for young Catholic parishioners Felicia Motes, Kelsey Garland and Mimico Ocampo at the base Chapel May 16. FAIR WINDS & FOLLOWING SEAS— Religious Programs Specialist 2nd Class Thomas Dickerson accepts a flag flown in GTMO at his retirement ceremony May 16. THUMBS UPThe Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Manpower and Reserve Affairs gives a thumbs up to audience members during a briefing at the Windjammer May 19. Photo by MC1 Robert Lamb Photo by MC2 Kim Williams Photo by MC1 Robert Lamb Photo by MC2 Kim Williams