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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: 5/28/2010
Frequency: weekly
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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: 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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May 28, 2010 Vol. 74 No. 21 INSIDE THIS ISSUE GUANTANAMO BAY, CubaIn response to the U.S. State Departments travel advisory for Americans traveling to or who are already in Jamaica, Naval Station (NS) Guantanamo Bay, Cubas commanding Guantanamo to Kingston May 25. NS Guantanamo Bay, Navy Capt. Steven Blaisdell suspended travel to Kings ton and revoked all visitor requests from Jamaica until further notice. This was in response to the U.S. State Departments travel advisory released May 21, stating that Americans living in or visiting the Kingston area be aware of the develop ing security concerns and the possibility of civil unrest, se vere disruptions of movement and mobilization of Jamaican defense forces. For more information, monitor the U.S. Embassy Kingston web site at http:// kingston.usembassy.gov/.GTMO suspends travel to KingstonFrom Naval Station Guanta namo Bay, Cuba Public AffairsNavy releases advancement results Six advance at Naval StationBy Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Leona Mynes GUANTANAMO BAY, CubaSix Naval Station Sail ors were selected to advance to the next highest pay grade, according to the advancement exam results for the March Community leaders encourage residents to play it safe this summercycle released May 27. The Naval Station advanced 22 percent of test-passers. Approxi mately 15,000 Sailors advance from the March cycle Navy-wide. People staying Navy puts more strain on the advancement opportunities for all Sailors in all pay grades, said Navy Ca reer Counselor 1st Class Wayne for the Naval Station Com For those that didnt advance this cycle, keep your heads up. The best advice I can give is to study for Septembers exam now. For Septembers bibliogra percentages for advancement, visit http://www.navyadvance ment.com/ or https://www.nko. navy.mil/. Culinary Specialist 2nd Class (SW/AW) Cora Udell walks with beer goggles on as Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Stephen Caezza ensures her safety. By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Leona Mynes GUANTANAMO BAY, CubaIn an effort to save lives and prevent injuries, the residents to attend the Summer Safety Stand down May 27 at the Windjammer Ballroom. Critical Days of Summer campaign which runs from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend each year. The Safety Standdown is a requirement for the Navy, said Joe Perfetto, a Naval Station safety specialist. Were doing the Summer Safety Standdown in conjunction with the beginning of the 101 Critical Days of Summer. Summer is statistically when most mis haps occur involving military personnel. People are going on vacation, kids are getting out of school and when people go to the States, theyre traveling at faster speeds See SAFETY, page 2Photo by MCC(SW) Bill Mesta 2 3 4 5Ask the Chief: BMC(SW) Nathaniel Evans Library to celebrate TV Turnoff Week Safety Reference Sheet Kabayan Night, WIC-Overseas has new hours, Security Spotlight 6GTMOs Seismic Equipment

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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 2 The Guantanamo Bay Gazette is an authorized publication for members of the military services and their families stationed at U.S. Naval Sta tion Guantanamo Bay. The contents do not necessarily 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 Guantanamo Bay. The Guantanamo Bay Gazette is printed by the Document Automa tion & Production Service (DAPS) with a circulation of 1,000. GAZETTE GUANTANAMO BAYVol. 74 No. 21 U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba calling 4520/4623 or by e-mailing PAO@usnbgtmo.navy.mil.NAVSTA COMMANDING OFFICERCapt. Steven H. BlaisdellNAVSTA EXECUTIVE OFFICERCmdr. William RabcheniaNAVSTA COMMAND MASTER CHIEFCMDCM(SW/AW/EXW) J.D. McKinneyNAVSTA PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICERMr. Terence PeckLEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICER PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICEMCC(SW) Bill MestaGAZETTE EDITORMC3 Leona Mynes Ask the Chief Sailor of the WeekBU3 Anthony MartinezChicago, Ill. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 25The American, by nature, is optimistic. He is experimental, an inventor and a builder who builds best when called upon to build greatly. President John F. Kennedy, Jr. on the road, said Perfetto. We have a very good safety record at Guantanamo, and we want to maintain that. Several departments and divisions from Guantanamo attended the standdown to push their safety information to the community, including the dive locker, the veterinary self help workshop, the Naval Hospital, security, the Navy Exchange/Commissary and the American Red Cross. The sheets with general safety information in various areas. This was a great training tool, said Yeoman 2nd Class Candice Smith of the Naval Station administrative department. Its important to learn about summer safety at Guantanamo because here, its summer year-round. For more information, or for safety resources, call the BMC (SW) Nathaniel EvansNaval Station Port Operations SAFETY, from page 1Utilitiesman 2nd Class German Garcia from Public Works Departments Self Help Workshop briefs a Summer Safety Standdown par ticipant on hazards with power tools May 27.Photo by MC3 Leona MynesWhen I do personnel inspections, I do them in a two stage process. quick inspection of the Sailor to ensure that there are not any obvious discrepancies that stand out. In the second stage of the inspection, I look from head to toe checking for haircut, uniform neatness and accuracy of all items required for the uniform being inspected. I ensure that the uniform items are pressed and properly worn. I also ensure that the boots or shoes the Sailor is wearing are at least blackened if not shined. What do you look for during a personnel inspection?

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May 28, 2010 3NAVSTA OmbudsmanConnie Schiltz Call 84792 or 78519. U.S. Naval Hospital OmbudsmanJennifer Mangum Call 5048. Base Chapel CATHOLI C Daily Catholic Mass Mon.Fri. 5:30 p.m. (Main Chapel) Vigil Mass Sat. 5 p.m. (Main Chapel) Mass Sunday 9 a.m. (Main Chapel) PROTESTANT Seventh Day Adventist Service S at. 11 a.m. ( R oom B ) Iglesia Ni Christo Sun. 5:30 a.m. (R oom A) Pentecostal Gospel Temple S un. 8 a.m. ( R oom D ) LDS Service Sun. 10 a.m. (R oom A) Liturgical Service Sun. 10 a.m. (R oom B) General Protestant Service Sun. 11 a.m. (Main Chapel) United Jamaican Fellowship Sun. 11 a.m. (B ldg. 1036) Gospel Service Sun. 1 p.m. (Main Chapel) LORIMI Gospel Service Sun. 1 p.m. (R oom D) GTMO Bay Christian Fellowship Sun. 6 p.m. (Main Chapel) GTMO Christian Fellowship Sun. 8 p.m. (Main Chapel) FRIDAY SERVI C ES Islamic Service 1:15 p.m. (R oom C) Jewish Service 7 p.m. (FMI call 2628)JTF Troopers Chapel CATHOLIC SERVICES Spanish Mass Wed. 11 a.m. Vigil Mass Sat. 6:30 p.m. (PPI Chapel) Sunday Mass Sun. 7:30 a.m. GTMO OmbudsmenReligious Services Chaplains Corner Lt. Douglas Holmes Deputy Command Chaplain Library turns on possibilities during TV turnoff weekBy Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Leona Mynes Guantanamo will celebrate TV Turnoff Week with three interactive events at the Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Library June 1-3 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. each day. The events are intended for all ages, and include board games, creating bookmarks and posters and Were encouraging people to do things other than watch TV, said Amy Webster, the MWR library director. Were providing a place to get together and do that. Webster said the event is intended for all-ages and can promote family togetherness and welfare, while introducing the librarys collection to participants. The library serves 350-400 personnel daily and has approximately 20,000 media resources, includ shows, documentaries and has the only public computer center on base. For more information on TV turnoff week at the library, call 4700. Distancing the Relationship It is a proven fact that very few intimate relationships thrive when members of said relationships go into long periods of separation. While many people can pick up the pieces when the separation is over, it seems that the relationship always holds scars for a long time. God has made families and spouses for closeness and everyone is looking for love by other people. Many people the missing components of being lonely or that it will be the answer for everything that is wrong in their life. It is a shock when their love goes off kilter. When it does, so many people drop the relationship rather than try to work through it. In Here and Now, a book by Henry Nouwen, it states: greater the pain is when we are confronted with the limitations of human relationships. It is important that we go the distance to the highest degree possible and work through our limitations with those we love. God made men and women with imperfections. A solid relation ship takes work and unconditional love by both partners, where each looks out for the other. Boat BuildingMelissa Courson, the overseas com mittee chair for the Girl Scouts, helps Landon Rosenthal, a Girl Scout par ent, and Command Criminal Investi gation Department (CCID) Inv. James Courson build a boat May 22 for the Great Cardboard Boat Race. The race is scheduled for 9 a.m. at Ferry Land ing May 29.

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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 4 DRIVING SAFE LYAlways maintain a safe speed: Slow down and enjoy the ride. Cool it down on the road: Keep a positive attitude and your mind on the drive. Avoid distractions: Keep your eyes on the road and hands on the wheel. Be a responsible driver: Emphasize use of seat belt and protective gear. Recognize the signs of fatigue: Get enough sleep and adequate rest when driving. Dont be a moving target: Know your motorcycle and get the right training. Know your vehicles limits: Simple maintenance steps keep you safe on the road. Share the road: Be cautious and courteous when crossing intersections. Respect Mother Nature: Use common sense when driving in bad weather. SUN SAFETYApply sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 or greater 30 minutes before sun exposure and then every few hours thereafter Select cosmetic products and contact lenses that offer UV protection Wear sunglasses with total UV protection Wear wide-brimmed hats, long sleeved shirts and pants Avoid direct sun exposure as much as possible during peak UV radiation hours between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. BOATING SAFELY alcohol. Check your boat for all required safety equipment. Consider the size of your boat, the number of passengers and the amount of extra equipment that will be on-board. Do not overload the boat. If you will be in a power boat, check your electrical system and fuel system for gas fumes. Follow manufacturers suggested procedures BEFORE starting up the engine. Wear your life jacket dont just carry one on board. Check the weather forecast; do not boat in bad weather. returning. SWIMMING SAFELYNever swim alone. Dont overestimate yours or your childs swimming skills. Swim only in designated swimming areas. DIVING SAFETY NAVSTA GTMO Port Operations before diving in Guantanamo Bay. Dive plans must be submitted to NAVSTA Port Operations prior to commencing any SCUBA diving evolution. Do not skip breaths or interrupt breathing at any time while diving. Maintain a controlled ascent to the surface. U.S. Navy Divers ascend 30 feet-per-minute. Civilian divers ascend 60 feet-per-minute. When in doubt, slower is better. Never dive if suffering from a respiratory con dition such as a cold or any other condition that causes respiratory congestion. If you are being treated for any medical condi tion consult your physician and make sure you are cleared to dive. If you are taking any prescribed medication consult your physician prior to diving, as some medication and diving dont mix. Do not consume alcohol 12 hours prior to a dive. If you have not completed a dive in an extended period of time, enroll in a refresher course or conduct a familiarization dive at the pool and review normal and emergency diving procedures. Maintain good physical readiness. Ensure your equipment is in good condition, operating properly and periodic maintenance is being completed in accordance with the owners manual. Strictly adhere to the No Decompression tables. Contact Port Operations via VHF radio chan nel 73 or by calling 4188 prior to and upon completion of each dive. Plan your dive and dive your plan. DRINKING RESPONSIBLYKnow your limit. Eat food while you drink. Accept a drink only when you really want one. Never drink and drive. Skip a drink now and then. Beware of unfamiliar drinks. Appoint a designated driver. Use alcohol carefully in connection with over the counter medications. Follow warning labels. Respect the rights of those who do not wish to drink. Avoid drinking mixed drinks on an empty stomach on a hot day. S u m m e r S a f e

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May 28, 2010 5 Kabayan Night raises money for Philippine Independence Day CelebrationBy Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Leona Mynes The Philippine Indepen dence Day Celebration (PIDC) Committee raised money for the PIDC May 22 at the Mabuhay Garden. The event included perfor mances from Retread, a local Guantanamo band, karaoke, a guitar hero competition and authentic Filipino food. Personally, Im proud of being a Filipino, and Im proud of what we have, said Cristina Roque, a Philippine Indepen dence Day Celebration commit tee member. I want to show people our culture because Im proud. The Philippine Independence Day Celebration is scheduled for June 12 at the Downtown Lyceum. For more information or for tickets, call Roque at 2404. WIC Overseas Program From Women, Infant and Children Overseas Program The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Overseas Program is a nutrition education and supplemental food program offered to members of the Armed Forces, civilian employees, contractors of the Department of Defense living overseas and their family members. Pregnant and breast feeding women, infants up to one year and income and nutritional risk. Women who are not breast feeding may be eligible for WIC up to six months after the baby is born. Other factors, such as family size and previous participation in a stateside WIC program, are also considered when determining eligibility. The WIC Overseas program is designed to supplement the food you regularly buy with additional food items. Once you are your familys needs and lifestyle. types and brands of food you can obtain that contributes to a healthy diet for you and your family. WIC Overseas also provides nutritional screening and testing from WIC in the U.S. eat more nutritious food and have reduced help children become better students. If you have a question about WIC or think that you might be eligible for the program, please call Marty Bledsoe, a Registered Wednesday, 4-6 p.m.Retread performs at Kabayan Nights at the Mabuhay Garden May 22. The event helped raise money for the Philippine Independence Day Celebration scheduled for June 12. Keeping sharp skillsMaster-at-Arms Seaman Recruit Hec tor Ramirez and Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Gerald Provost seek shelter dur ing an active shooter scenario at the security training building May 25. The Naval Security Forces training depart ment trains 20-40 personnel weekly in an effort to keep their skills sharpened The training department also requali oleoresin capsicum (OC) spray as needed. To carry OC spray, patrolmen Photo by MC3 Leona Mynes Photo by MC3 Leona Mynes

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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 6 Seismic equipment measures whats shakin in GTMOBy Chief Mass Communications Specialist (SW) Bill Mesta Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (GTMO) is home to a Unit ed States Geological Survey (USGS) broadband seismograph station. The unmanned, satellite seismograph station is part of the Carib bean Early Warning Tsunami System for the Caribbean Basin and the Atlantic Region. The seismic equipment was installed at Guanta namo in 2007. On Dec. 26, 2004 a 9.0-magnitude earthquake happened near the Sumatra-Andaman Islands in western Indonesia. This earthquake increased awareness of the destructive hazard posed by earthquakes and tsunamis. The United States government, working with interna improved global earthquake and tsunami monitoring along a major portion of the United States coastal regions, the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. The seismograph station located at Guantanamo measures the activity in the Caribbean region. The equipment is maintained solely by Electronics Technician 1st Class Michael Schiltz, who is assigned to the bases calibration lab. In the Caribbean, there are nine different locations that maintain seismograph stations, said Schiltz. Because the base is located near a fault line in the Caribbean, the USGS decided to install one of the seismic stations here. The equipment measures seismic activity near or at the base, which includes unnoticeable tremors to larger earthquakes, like the three earthquakes Guantanamo experienced March 20. The largest earthquake measured 5.6 on the Richter Magnitude Scale. The seismic equipment transmitted that information to Boulder, Col., where the USGS analyzed the information. because of the remote, isolated location in Guantanamo. If the USGS is having problems receiving the seismic data from Guantanamo, they contact Schiltz and request assistance. Schiltz performs scheduled maintenance, repairs the equipment, adjusts the satellite antenna and replaces and calibrates the equipments modem when needed. Schiltz. I troubleshoot the equipment based on the USGS recom mendations and use the parts provided to make necessary repairs. Schiltz has been responsible for keeping the USGS seismograph station operating since it was installed in 2007. For more information on earthquakes at Guantanamo and around the world, visit http://www.usgs.gov and click on the world map on the right side of the screen. ET1 Michael Schiltz checks seismographic equipment at the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) site at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The equipment measures all plate movement in the Caribbean region, from small, unnoticed tremors to heavy earthquakes.Photo by MCC(SW) Bill Mesta

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May 28, 2010 7 If the ad is sent to any other e-mail address, it may not be included in the Gazette. For GTMO Shopper BOATS V EHICLESNEW POSITIONS Announcement # LH10-037 Management Analyst NAVSTA (GS-0343-12) Open: May 11 First Cut Off: May 25 Announcement # LH10-036 Secretary NAVSTA ISD (GS-0318-05) Open: May 11 First Cut Off: May 25 Announcement # LH10-035 Family Life Specialist NAVSTA FFSC (GS-0101-09) Open: May 11 First Cut Off: May 25 Announcement # LH10-034 Administrative Services Assistant USNH (GS-0303-07) Open: May 11 First Cut Off: May 25 Announcement # LH10-032 Medical Support Assistant USNH (GS-0679-06) Open: May 11 First Cut Off: May 25 Announcement # LH10-031 Housing Management Specialist NAVSTA (GS-2005-07) Open: May 10 First Cut Off: May 24 OPEN UNTIL FILLED Announcement # LH10-030 Transportation Assistant PSD (GS-2102-05) Open: April 29 Announcement # LH10-029 Supply Technician FISC (GS-2005-05) Open: April 29 Announcement # LH10-028 Emergency Management Specialist NAVSTA (GS-2102-05) Open: April 29 Announcement # LH10-026 Housing Management Specialist NAVSTA (GS-1173-09) Open: April 13 Announcement # LH10-025 Materials Handler FISC (GS-6907-05) Open: April 20 Announcement # LH10-024 Supply Technician NAVSTA (GS-2005-07) Open: April 14 Announcement # LH10-023 Supply Technician NAVSTA (GS-1173-05/07) Open: April 16 Announcement # LH10-022 Fuels Department FISC (GS-1101-11) Open: April 16 Announcement # LH10-021 Training & Curriculum Specialist NAVSTA (GS-1701-09) Open: April 12 Announcement # LH10-020 Supervisory Cuban Community Assistance Program Manager (GS-0301-11) Open: April 12 Announcement # LH10-018 Secretary (OA) NAVSTA FFSC (GS-0318-06) Open: April 12 Announcement # LH10-016 Performance Assessment Representative NAVFAC (YA-1102-02) Open: March 10 Announcement # LH10-014 Supervisory Supply Specialist USNH (YA-2001-02) Open: Feb. 23 Announcement # LH10-013 Computer Technician USNH (YB-2204-01/02) Open: Feb. 25 Announcement # LH10-004 Occupational Health Technician USNH (YB-0640-02) Open: Feb. 25 ELECTRONICS HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE JOBSPontoon boat/115 Evinradio/Stereo/Live well/ used every weekend (Kim-Chee Boat) Call Dave 77769 $5,000. YARD SALES FURNITURE Boston Whaler, 13 ft., restored, w/ full set diving gear, $4000 obo. Call 75649 or email aman Caravella Point (CP) 1410D from 0800-1100 on Saturday May 29. Center Bargo 1185, 7:30am TO 11:00am Saturday May 29. COMPAQ Laptop 2 GB memory, 80 GB H.D, very clean, AVG paid for one year. $300 OBO, call Fred 78461. SCSI modem, $20 OBO. Call 77381. 6ft Satellite Dish with Direct TV DVR and remote. $500. Please call 77082 or 4079. Brand New Cyber Acoustic PC Headset w/ noise cancelling Mic for $10. Call 75200 FMI. Spare Tire Air Kit, Never used. $150. Call H 77046, C 84119. Race steering wheel. $75 call 3311 day/77889 evening/weekends. FOR SALE HELP DESK COORDINA TOR FOR SAIC Local Candidates Preferred. US Citizens only. Visit http://www.saic.com/careers search Req ID # 170902. FMI call/email Chris @ x4054, e-mail christopher.swan.ctr@usnbgtmo.navy.mil. P ASSENGER SERVICE AGENT Full-time Passenger Service Agent for the Leeward Air Terminal/Windward Annex. Excellent pay and pleasant working environment. Send resume to mveditz@yahoo.com or call 6305. IO M A D M I N/ FI NANCE C O NSU LT AN T maintain meeting minutes, and bank reconciliations. Knowledge in SAP Front End Financial System is a plus. FMI, please call Doraima Alvarez @ 74788 or doalvarez@iom.int. P A RT TI ME MS R A T NA V Y F E D E R A L Part time MSR. If interested, please apply online at our website: www.navyfederal.org/. Click on Careers, CAM P US DIR EC TOR FOR C OL UMB I A C OLL E G E Minimum requirements: Masters degree, experience in higher education, computer literacy. Please send letter of application, vitae/resume to: Human Resources, Columbia College, 1001 Rogers Street, Columbia, MO 65216. Apply online via www.ccis.edu. C O MMUN IT Y BAN K CUS TO ME R SE RVI CE R E P / T E LL E R To start immediately. Visit dodcommunitybank.com, click on careers. FMI call 75116.Two maroon couches w/ recliners IN couch and cup holders. $150 each OBO Paul 74233. Metal utility shelves: 1 Large-$10, 1 medium-$5, 1 small-free. Paul 74233. Sealy tan leather sofa. $150. Call 77057. TV Entertainment Cabinet (BLACK) $30. Call 77057. Dresser $30. Call 77057. Small comfortable arm chair. $20. Call 77057. Kitchen Table/chairs. Make offer. Call 77057. 88 Chevy Van 2 hitch, speargun & pole holders, lots of storage room and 2.5 ton jack & 2 jack stands. $1100 OBO Paul 74233 Chevrolet Avalanche for sale. In great shape and low mileage for age. Automatic, PW/PL/PS. Cold A/C, aftermarket CD player. $10,000 OBO. Contact 84240 or 77204 12-9PM. Red Jeep Wrangler. Soft and bikini tops. 54,000 mi. $5000 OBO. Call 75870 or 2029. 99 MAZDA PROTG. Runs like new. Clean. $3200 OBO. Call 72273 OR 77991. Honda CBR 929 Er ion Racing Ed., 14,100 mi., chrome rims, custom exhaust, solo seat, heal guards, custom grips with helmet and 2 jackets. All for $4,500 call 77344 after 6pm or leave a msg. 14.5 V-hull Bayliner Ca pri w/ Johnson 70. Radio, cd-player, trolling holders, 2 batteries, 2 gas tanks. Inspection through 2011. $1600 OBO Paul 74233. 19 deck boat w/trailer, Evinrude 155 HP, folding vinyl top. $3,000 OBO. or 75829. 94 Acura Integra only 113k power everything, CD player, cool AC, new front tires, runs and looks great $4,000 OBO call 3311 days or 77665 evenings and wknds. 1991 Ford Aerostar Van $1300 OBO. Call Esta 2457/2744 work. Home 75824. 1994 Ford Probe/White 2 door. Strd. Transmission. A/C,CD,Tinted Windows, $1800 OBO.Call NIKI 77782H or 72565W. 4D Dodge Neon Sports Ed. A/C, Newly changed alternator, struts, headliner & lights assembly, $2900 OBO FMI Call 00 Gold Toyota Corolla, 4 Door, Manual Trans, Cold AC, Runs Great, Very Reliable, 3,000 OBO. Call Large Scuba Glide Pro BCD with Air 2, Micron Flow regulator, Cobra 2 computer $1200. For an other $200 ($1700 total), get: Titanium knife, dive bag, XL 1mm Wet Suit, XL Twin Jet Max Fins, Size 12 boots, Mask, Dry Snorkel, dive gloves. Call 2 blue scuba tanks, 2 years old, just VIPed. $75 each. Call 75870 or 2029. Louis Vuitton handbag, $800. Clothes (jeans, skirts, swimsuit coverup), sneakers (9 1/2), and decorative bathroom tow els and matching rugs. Please call x9830 (work) or x77792 (home) between 10 am and 8 pm or email gtmo.southcom.mil. RCA TV/VHS combo $20. Sharp Microwave $20. Hoover heavy duty vacuum cleaner, $35. MR COFFEE Coffee maker $15. MR COFFEE Steam Espresso & Cappuccino maker never used $20 FMI call 78448. APPLIANCESHP-Pavilion, Intel core dou processor T6600 (2.2 GHz), 17.3 LED HD Bright View Wide-screen Display, Webcam, Windows 7. $650 Firm, call LCD HD TV. 2 years old. $300 OBO. Call 78448. monitor $100 call AJ 78233. New Unlocked LG touch screen phone quad band cell phone: $150, Unlocked Blackberry Curve: $150, New JVC CD/MP3 Car stereo w/remote $125, New Alpine CD Car Stereo $125, 17 PC monitor $50, Long range internet Wi-Fi antennas, various sizes w/ USB adapters (call for prices) X.2420.

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