Guantánamo Bay gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00098616/00187
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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: 7/23/2010
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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July 23, 2010 Vol. 67 No. 28 Page 2Ask The Chief Page 4GTMOs Dive Locker Page 4Foreign Object Debris Page 3Get Ready For National Night Out GTMO Conducts Suicide Awareness TrainingBy Chief Mass Communication Specialist(SW) Bill Mesta GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba held base-wide suicide awareness and prevention training on July 21 and 22. The training provided the GTMO community information on what they can do should they encounter someone who could be at risk for committing suicide. The Commander, Navy Region Southeast requested that all installations in the Southeast and their tenant commands conduct the suicide awareness training. The Naval Stations Command Chaplain, Lt. Thomas OFlanagan, in coordination with Fleet and Family Services gave the presentations over two day gave the presentations. It is good for us to identify prominent risk factors and warning signs that can contribute to a general sense of despair or hopelessness that might result in someone causing themselves harm, said OFlanagan, key to prevention is a well informed populous. knowledge of available resources and genuine concern for the well-being anxieties and a general sense that the individual is isolated and alone. by virtue of the fact that they may have noticed that someone is exhibiting warning signs or that they have been approached for help. For the best possible approach, said OFlanagan, it is essential that we remember the acronym, ACT, which means ask, care, and treat. OFlanagan asked the audience to renew their dedication to being aware of the people in the community and to be engaged with those around them. Care for them by letting them know that you only want what is best for them and that you will that they need, said OFlanagan, but, whether you are bringing them to the attention of their chain of command, the right people who can provide the best help. OFlanagan encouraged the audience to pay close attention to the people in their work centers if they seem to display any obvious signs of despair. During the training, OFLanagan advised the audience to take personal responsibility for the situation when one encounters a person who is at risk for committing suicide. He also cautioned that one should not place themselves at risk of physical harm by trying to take a weapon away from the person who is threatening suicide, but to alert trained personnel. Our Fleet and Family Services provide for all people on the base without exception, OFlanagan said, no matter what the issue there is someone who is willing and able to assist. OFlanagan provided insight to how a person who is at risk to commit suicide might view the world around them. Imagine you are having a beautiful day, then you receive some bad news such as being told that your spouse wants a divorce, an illness of a child or receive a letter stating that you have fallen behind in paying your bills. said OFlanagan, every single thing for the rest of your day, every order that you take, every decision and may cause you to have a tremendous amount of anxiety. Combined with other dangerous risk factors, that individuals whole day can become almost a tunnel vision focused on that anxiety that has been created. These increasing anxieties can build to a point that see Suicide, pg 5


The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 2 The Guantanamo Bay Gazette is an authorized publication for members of the military services and their families stationed at Naval Station 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 Automation & Production Service GAZETTE GUANTANAMO BAYVol. 67 No. 25 Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, CubaContact us:Commercial: 011-5399-4520 DSN: 660-4520 PAO@usnbgtmo.navy.mil Bulkeley Hall, room 227Capt. Steven H. BlaisdellCmdr. William RabcheniaCMDCM (SW/AW/EXW) J.D. McKinney, IIITerence Peck MCC(SW) Bill MestaMC3 Leona Mynes It is crucial that Sailors plan for deployments with their spouses and loved ones. A few of areas that must be addressed with family members prior to deployment and medical requirements. responsibilities that will require attention while on deployment. Additionally the spouse should have access to the funds required to pay bills. Failure to do so can headaches. Make sure that your spouse knows where important while the Sailor is deployed. Form a plan for staying in touch with your family members while you are away. Try to keep a regular schedule while explaining to your loved ones that electronic communication such as e-mail can be irregular while deployed. Post cards are an easy and inexpensive way to stay in touch with loved ones. Make sure your spouse understand where they need to go for medical and dental needs while you are gone. Insure that they understand the procedures for making appointments and what they should do in case of emergence. MA1 JonesNAVSTA GTMO SECURITYSan Antonio, TXConstant pressure, relentlessly applied yields reults.Photo by Mr. Terence Peck The North East Gate at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba is the only entry and exit point to mainland Cuba from the naval station. It has been closed to base personnel since the United States broke off diplomatic relations with the Cuban government on January 3, 1961.Photo by MCC(SW) Bill Mesta


July 23, 2010 3NAVSTA Ombudsman Connie Schiltz Call 84792 or 78519. Naval Hospital Ombudsman Jennifer Mangum Call 5048. 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) Seventh Day Adventist Ser vice Sat. 11 a.m. (Room B) Iglesia Ni Christo Sun. 5:30 a.m. (Room A) Pentecostal Gospel Temple Sun. 8 a.m. (Room D) LDS Service Sun. 10 a.m. (Room A) Liturgical Service Sun. 10 a.m. (Room B) General Protestant Service Sun. 11 a.m. (Main Chapel) United Jamaican Fellowship Sun. 11 a.m. (Bldg. 1036) Gospel Service Sun. 1 p.m. (Main Chapel) LORIMI Gospel Service Sun. 1 p.m. (Room D) GTMO Bay Christian Fel lowship Sun. 6 p.m. (Main Chapel) Islamic Service Fri. 1:15 p.m. (Room C) Jewish Service Fri. 7 p.m. (FMI call 2628) Spanish Mass Wed. 11 a.m. (JTF Troopers Chapel) Vigil Mass Sat. 6:30 p.m. (PPI Chapel) Sunday Mass Sun. 7:30 a.m. (JTF Troopers Chapel)GTMO Ombudsmen Religious Services Your weekly Captains call Live each Tuesday at noon on FM 103.1 The Blitz, FM 102.1 The Mix, and 1340 AM Talk Radio. E-mail questions to Openline@usnbgtmo. navy.mil or call 2300, 2351 during the show.Openline Lt. Douglas Holmes Deputy Command Chaplain Fragility At the beginning of the motion picture, Gladiator, there is a scene where Maximus played by Russell Crow is sense of serenity that is being played out as he surveys his fragile bird sitting on a twig. The following scene shows us about to vanquish the enemy. Throughout the battle, we He is truly mighty in this battle. However, just several scenes later he is completely found destitute, humbled, and seen losing all that he has. Now the moment of fragility for me in this picture is that this powerful man goes from the greatest general one moment, to a slave the next. Humanity is fragile. Some people hold to the idea that they are invincible, but lets not get swept up in this idea. Everyone truly has a vulnerability, it is woven into humanity for our joints will give in and our hearts may fail. Let us see ourselves as who we really are, and may we learn to take better care of ourselves. May we take proper precautions. end with no solutions. Many of our current troubles are because we did not reach out and get help before it became so unmanageable that we have no alternatives. Guantanamo Bay Gears Up For National Night OutBy Chief Mass Communications Specialist (SW) Bill Mesta A community outreach program held each year by law enforcement authorities in cities across the United States is set for 3 Aug at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. special events and cookouts. National Night Out, sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, is a year-long community building campaign. The event helps bring the community together for a common purpose. community unity, said Master at Arms 1st Class Henry Alderete attached to the NAVSTA GTMO Security Department. NNO is an important event because it creates an opportunity for all personnel in our community to stand up as one against any illegal activity, said Alderete. When you come to our National Night Out celebration you will see many faces from various branches of military and civilian service, but all with a common goal and united voice speaking out against crime, stating to the bad guy Not in our neighborhood. During the event, community members will be provided with information on crime prevention and staying safe. They will also have the opportunity to interact with the bases Here in GTMO we are blessed with numerous entities that play a very important role in the management of our installation, said Alderete, This event creates an opportunity for all entities in our community to educate each other on the various services they provide. see NNO, pg 6


The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 4 Preventing Foreign Object Debris saves livesGTMOs Dive Locker(left to right) ND1 Lutz, HM2 Guernsey, ND1 Roberts, ND1 Davis and ND2 McBride By Terence R. Peck On July 25, 2000, an Air France Concorde jet bound for New York crashed within minutes of taking off from the Charles de Gaulle airport near Paris, claiming the lives of 113 passengers. An investigative report on the accident concluded that a 16inch piece of metal fell off a plane that had taken off earlier. The metal lying on the runway punctured the Concordes subsequent crash. In an effort to keep personnel and equipment safe aboard Foreign Object Debris. It is also known as Foreign Object Damage once an aircraft has been disabled from debris. FOD is not just hazardous when on the runway, but also on the ramp where airplanes park and really even outside taxiways and runways, said LCDR Michael Edwards, the Air causing loss of life. In addition to checking for debris on the runway, the pilots check the aircraft to ensure there are no objects that may cause damage. looking for loose screws or other things that might have worked their way into the engine, Edwards said. When I was in a P-3 squadron, we had FOD walk downs every day. All the squadron personnel get in a line and walk the ramp looking for FOD. Along with Air Operations department personnel retrieving FOD, it is equally important that personnel who are on the runway regularly be equally watchful. It is important that all personnel who work on and around the Another method Air Operations uses to reduce FOD on the runway is to require personnel to inspect their vehicles before shaker, Edwards said. The FOD shaker is similar to rumble strips on the roadway. When a vehicle rolls over it, debris is shaken from the tires and dropped into metal openings. When personnel have passed the FOD shaker, they are required to get out of their vehicles and check all tires for FOD. FOD shakers will not remove all FOD from tires, said Lasseter. In many cases, it removes FOD, but in just as many cases it loosens it up enough that it becomes likely that the substitute for human interaction. Along with Air Operations personnel, passengers can also help are zipped closed so that objects cannot fall out and another is Passengers can assist by making sure they are not wearing are walking out to the airplane and they see FOD lying on the ramp, they should pick it up. Normally, they might just pass it by and not worry about it, but if they know it has a possibility to save lives, maybe they will pick it up. GTMOs Navy DiversBy Chief Mass Communications Specialist (SW) Bill Mesta Five Sailors aboard Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Cuba are part of a worldwide brotherhood of Navy divers who live by the motto "we dive the world over. variety of tasks in support of the Naval Station's mission. The types of diving services rendered include sonar dome and hull inspections, ships husbandry repairs and cleanings, light salvage operations, pier and security inspections, reef surveys, said Navy Diver 1st Class Brent Roberts the GTMO Dive Locker LPO. We conduct various other diving oriented tasks that require professional divers, said Roberts, our primary see Divers, pg 6


July 23, 2010 5 Preventing Foreign Object Debris saves lives causes a person to despair and could lead to a feeling of total hopelessness, according to OFlanagan. Such an individual could feel as though they dont have any purpose in life, said OFlanagan. Our goal is to reassure them that it is good that they exist and that we can According to OFlanagan, roughly 1 million people take their own lives each year worldwide. In the United States, suicide is the 11th leading cause of death. In 2006 approximately 33,300 Americans committed suicide. Statistics indicate that 75 percent of all people who commit suicide give us some sign, said OFlanagan. They are looking for someone to assist them in some way. placing someone at risk for suicide include substance contributed to the increased pressure on our society in general,said OFlanagan. In some cases family members demands on those who do have jobs. In 2009 the rate of suicide in the armed services was 48 suicides in the Navy, 52 suicides in the Marine Corps, 160 suicides in the Army, and 41 suicides in the Air Force, according to OFlanagan. Current Navy statistics indicate that we have a critical window to properly assist those returning from the warzone who require these resources and our diligent attention, said OFlanagan. Data from Jan. 2002 through Sept. 2007 shows that Navy service members who complete suicide after returning home from Operation Iraqi Freedom/ Operation Enduring Freedom are most likely to do it within One myth about suicide is that they are more prevalent around the Christmas holidays. This is not true, said OFlanagan, there is no month. While the subject of suicide in our community is very troubling, there is hope according to OFlanagan. The common solution for the issues facing those at risk for suicide is unit cohesion, said OFlanagan. To be able to look at a balanced life and say that physically, spiritually and emotionally we are trying take care of one another is important. According to OFlanagan, It is vital that a person who is at risk be made aware that they are good and of their existence is worthwhile. It is good that you exist, and I will do everything necessary let you see how good you are and that we can help you with this, said OFlanagan. If you have a problem provide you the proper counseling and the proper guidance If you or someone you know is at risk of committing suicide, inform your chain of command, the base Chaplin, base medical or the Fleet and Family Service Center.Suicide from, pg 1Navy Readies New Performance Evaluation SoftwareBy Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (AW) LaTunya Howard new version of NAVFIT98A software Aug. 1, changing the evaluation. We released a new version of NAVFIT98A to accommodate the recent policy changes and at the same application, explained Jim Price, director, Navy Personnel NAVFIT98A Version 28 supports new performance problems, as well as other technical issues associated with older versions of the software. Because of these changes, all forms will have new version numbers. Electronic versions can be found at http://www.npc.navy.mil/careerinfo/ performanceevaluation/softwareforms. Commands that still have an older version installed but that need to submit performance reports with ending dates of Aug. 1 or later can submit performance reports generated by older software versions until Navy/Marine Corps Intranet the new policy guidance. Evaluation form NAVPERS 1616/27 8-10 can be found at the above link beginning Aug. 1. This Web site also answers frequently asked questions concerning Version 28 deployment and provides a reference guide on using the application. Its important for us to recognize the performance and contributions of our Sailors who are serving IAs, said Price. This revised policy sets a Navy-wide standard to ensure all our Sailors receive the same opportunities to excel. For more information on NAVFIT98A Version 28, read NAVADMIN 233/10. For technical assistance with NAVFIT98A software, call NPC Customer Service Center software deployment issues, contact the NMCI Helpdesk at GALLEY BIRTHDAY OF THE MONTH MEALATTENTION ALL MILITARY and DOD Does your birthday fall in the month of JULY Let the galley honor you with a special birthday meal on JULY 29, 2010 from 1630 1830hrs Sign up sheets are available at Gold Hill and Seaside Galley cashiers desk. Last day for signing up will be on 28 JULY 2010 FMI call 2235/7692


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Call 79404 Crate and Barrel Marimekko baths towels, washcloths, and matching rugs in three designs. Prices from $5 to $35. FMI please call Nicole Womens Golf Club set with Cart in excellent and 12 pcs new golf balls, all for sale at $50. Call 90704. Selling: 1 Motorola cell phone with out SIMS card includes recharger plug $25.00 or best offer. Call Noreen at 78827 Small BCD with mask, wet suite, weights, and regulator and octo & console. All for $400 Also have another small BCD with everything except the regulator/Octo/console. For $250 If interested 77338 If you consider yourself or know someone who is skilled in writing and have a passion for novels or scripts...etc. Call or leave a message for John at 77123 If you consider yourself or know someone who is skilled in writing and have a passion for novels or scripts...etc. Call or leave a message for John at 77123 For Sale: 10ft X 12 ft Screened Gazebo, good to fair condition, $100.00, set SCSI computer modem SCSI computer modem. $60 or best offer. 79675 or #LH10-046 EMERGENCY/ATFP PROGRAM MGR, GS-0301-12 (USNH) #LH10-045 REGISTERED NURSE, GS-0610-11 (USNH) #LH10-044 PROCUREMENT TECH (NAVFAC), GS-1106-07 #LH10-043 TRANSPORTATION TECH (FISC), GS-2102-05 #LH10-042 TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST (NAVFAC), GS-2150-11 #LH10-041 SECRETARY (FISC), GS-0318-05 #LH10-040 MEDICAL SUPPORT ASSISTANT (USNH), GS-0679-04 #LH10-037 MANAGEMENT ANALYST (NAVSTA), GS-0343-12 #LH10-030 TRANSPORTATION ASST (PDS), GS-2102-05 Reg. Number Year Make Model Color VIN Unknown 1989 Doge Caravan White Unknown Unknown 1973 Ford Unknown Blue UNREADABLE C-3674 1983 Chevrolet Covelt Blue Unknown Unknown Unknown Artic Cat Daytona/ Tigershark White RAJ05520C494 C-3954 1986 Buick Regal Black 1G4GJ47YXGP445762 Unknown 1985 Dodge Colt Teal JB3BA24K0GV62404 Unknown 1980 Ford Mustang Matte black 8F02Y2538773 C-5217 Unknown Chevy Corisca White 1G1LT5345PY218018 C-4716 Unknown Dodge 1500 Truck Blue 1GNEV16K2KF126678 C-3594 Unknown Toyota Corolla White JT2EL31D8J0289168 C-6247 1993 Dodge Shadow Green 1B3XP6839PN12060 C-4987 1986 Ford Escort Gray 3598FW312756 Unknown Unknown Chevrolet Chevy Van 20 White 1GCEG25Z5M7122693 Unknown Unknown Chevrolet Chevy Van 10 White 1GCDG15 D3E7180149 C-3926 1985 Chevrolet SUV Blazer Green 1G8LD1BJ3FF155705 Unknown 1996 Ford Van Black 1FTEE1424VHA54838 Unknown 1985 Dodge RAM Blue 2B4HB214FK25936 C-6018 Unknown Chevrolet Chevette Purple 151HH08C7E4131107 C-3645 Unknown Toyota Corolla Brown TE38082708 C-0768 1976 Ford Ranger Yellow Unknown Unknown Unknown Chevrolet Pick-up Black 2GCDC14H4D1160567 Unknown 1985 Nissan Sentra Blue 1N4PB1258GC755909 C-5420 1986 Ford F-150 Blue/Gray 1FTJW35H4SEA43152 C-2831 1980 Datsun 510 Tan FHLA10007551 Unknown 1987 Ford Tempo G-L Maroon 2AFAPP36X2JB107640 Unknown 1979 Honda Civic Blue/Gray SEC70872198 Unknown Unknown Ford Ranger Black JN6MDD1YXBW007481 Unknown 1991 Cheverolet Corisca Biege 1GLT5SG4ME149846 Unknown 1985 Cheverolet Cheve Van30 White 1GCG35M8F7203273 C-8899 Unknown Ford Mustang Gray F6F04Y175155F C-0699 1988 Dodge RAM 350 White K2B5WB35Y4KK341250K Unknown 1979 Cheverolet Costume Deluxe Beige CT24A1127740 Unknown Unknown Ford Mustang Blue Unknown C-4087 1995 GMC Sierra Red Unreadable C-9797 Unknown Volvo 740 GLE Darkblue YV1FX884XJ2246484 C-5618 1985 Chevrolet Costum Delux White 16CGK24M8F0J134348 C-5410 1985 Chevrolet Pick-up Multi 1GECK24M8FJ183927 Unknown Unknown Ford Mustang Blue 7790212888 C-6496 1990 Chevrolet Suburban Black 16NER1CK0LF173953 C-5883 Unknown Chevrolet S-10 White Unknown C-8286 1984 Pontiac 6000 Brown 2GLAF19X1E126107 C-5809 1982 Ford LTD Brown Victoria Gray 2FABP35F3C8191750 C-6988 1977 Chevrolet Pick-up Truck Brown CC144FA27083 Unknown 1985 Toyota Pick-up Green JT4RN56D0F0108451 Unknown 1986 Ford F-150 White LFTDF15Y6GNB11816 C-6426 1994 Chevrolet G-20 Van Red 26BE625K3P4140181 C-3623 1989 Ford F-150 Black 1FTEF515N4KA25540 C-3911 1997 Cheverolet Cavalier Green 1G1JC1244VM133502 C-4170 1985 Chrysler Diplomat Brown 1B3BG56POFX525678 C-3617 1989 Ford Aerostar Black 1FTCA14U7LZA55235 C-0055 1983 Ford F-150 Red/black F2FTD15Y5DCA71844 Unknown Unknown Ford LTD Victoria White/Gray 2FABPFXFX136180 C-1117 1984 Ford Econoline White 1FTDE14YXFHA6114 441520 1995 Ford Club Wagon White 1FBJS31H9SHC03305 Unknown Unknown Dodge Ram White /Black 1B7KD36W2F5636992 C-3736 Unknown Chevy Oldsmobile Blue Unreadable C-5673 1989 Pontiac Grand AM Light Blue 1G2NE14U8KC790714 Unknown 1980 Toyota Corolla Black/Blue TE720479654 C-6521 1978 Chevy Blazer CKL18AF108493 Unknown 1986 Dodge Ram White JB7FL29E2HP028820 C-6047 1993 Pontiac Grand Am Black 1GNNE1434PM599803 C-3617 1982 Cheverolet Chevette Blue 1G1A3B38CXCY116336 Unknown Unknown Chevrolet Corisca Blue 1G1LT53G3MY176051 C-0499 Unknown Toyota Hilux Blue Unknown C-6265 1990 Dodge Ram 150 White 1B7GE16X9LS719220 Unknown Unknown Oldsmobile Deluxe88 White/Blue 1G3HN54COJ1830234 C-2257 1979 Ford Mustang Blue 9F02Y322682 C-8654 Unknown Ford Unknown Gray/black F15ECHJ4834 Unknown 1989 Chevy S-10 White 1gccs142618136757 C-5420 1995 Ford F-350 White/Black 1FJW35H4SGA43152 Unknown 1989 Ford Ranger White/Blue 1FTCR10A8KUC44783 Unknown Unknown Chevy Unknown Gray 1B680AA106688 C-0495 Unknown Unknown Unknown Black Unknown Unknown 1981 Toyota Celica Black/Red Unknown Unknown 1986 Chevy Cavalier Black 1G1JE27POG7226067 Unknown 1994 Buick Century White 1GH4AG55M0P6494617 C-3106 1989 Chevrolet Cavalier Blue 1G1JC1117KJ210934 C-0249 1986 Chrysler Plymouth Grey 102NE2708GC551355 Unknown Unknown Pontiac Unknown Green 1B3CA44K1JG309192 2210 Unknown Johnson Unknown Yellow Unknown CABLE BEACH and THE SLOT are CLOSED until further notice. ABSOLUTELY NO FOOT OR VEHICLE TRAFFIC PAST THE BARRICADES


Happenings Happenings All MWR facilities give free soft drinks to designated drivers. Stay safe, and never drive drunk. Designate a driver. Florida Coastal's landing permit in GTMO expires on the 31st of July and they will not be allowed into GTMO until further notice. Coordination is in process for reinstatement of landing permit.