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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: 8/06/2010
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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August 6, 2010 Vol. 67 No. 30 Page 2Ask The Chief Page 5BUPERS uses new message system Page 4Researchers study animals on GTMO see Iwo Jima, pg 3By Terence R. Peck After a 10-day stop in Haiti, the multi-purpose amphibious assault ship, USS Iwo Jima (LHD7) made a port visit to Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba on Aug. 4 The ship made the port call to resupply and provide their Sailors and Marines a few days of rest and relaxation. Over the two days at GTMO, the ship will receive 11,520 Meals-Ready-to-Eat, 140 pallets of food, including 35,000 lbs. of fresh fruit and vegetables; 30,240 bottles of water; 115,000 gallons of J-5 jet fuel and 800,000 gallons of F-76 diesel. Once the resupply is complete, the USS Iwo Jima will resume its participation in Operation Continue Promise, providing humanitarian civic assistance throughout the Caribbean and Latin American regions. During the four-month annual humanitarian civic assistance operation, the crew of approximately 1,600 USS Iwo Jima makes GTMO port call Naval Station GTMOs Tugboat, the Dekanawida, prepares to assist the amphibious assault ship, USS Iwo Jima to port. The ship made a port call to the Naval Station to take on supplies and provide their Sailors and Marines some relaxation and recreation before continuing their participation in Operation Continue Promise. Photo by Terence R. Peck Page 6Residents sup port National Night Out Sailors and Marines will provide assistance to Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Nicaragua, Panama and Suriname. Continuing Promise is part of the Navys Maritime Strategy, which seeks to build on relationships during times of calm and mitigating human suffering though interagency and multinational efforts. The operation is supported by U.S. and international military medical personnel, U.S. government agencies, regional health ministries, non-governmental organizations and U.S. academic institutions. since 2007. After departing their homeport of Norfolk, Va., on July stop in the country of Haiti. While in Haiti, they provided medical support, conducting approximately 25 surgeries. The surgeries included removing Naval Station GTMO buses stand by for the Sailors and Marines aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima. The buses transported the ships crew to the downtown area of the Naval Station so that they may shop at the Navy Exchange, eat at the local dining facilities and enjoy Morale, Welfare and Recreation activities. Photo by Terence R. Peck

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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 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 (DAPS) with a circulation of 1,000. GAZETTE GUANTANAMO BAYVol. 67 No. 30 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 As leaders, we conduct room inspections on our Sailors living quarters to ensure they are abiding by the rules and regulations of the barracks. In addition, we want to make sure there are no safety issues. Ensuring our Sailors have a good quality of life is one of our responsibilities. Room inspections allow us to ensure that all discrepancies or complaints that our personnel may have submitted for action are completed and that they are maintaining excellent living standards. CE2 Joseph UlepNAVSTA GTMO SECURITY LOGISTICSEwa Beach, HawaiiTeamwork, Can Do attitude to get the job well done.Photo by Terence R. Peck Lieutenant Christoper Rupp, Naval Station reenlists Master-AtRicky Carter, Security Operations LCPO for four more years in the Navy on Aug. 3. The reenlistment ceremony took place at Phillips Dive park. Photo by Terence Peck Photo by Terence R. Peck

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3NAVSTA Ombudsman Connie Schiltz Call 84792 or 78519. Naval Hospital Ombudsman Jennifer Mangum Call 5048. Daily Catholic Mass Tues.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 F el 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) 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 Iwo Jima, page 1hernias, cataracts and cysts. Medical doctors provided the Haitians classes on properly disposing of waste to help reduce the mosquito population and disease. Military veterinarians provided care for the animals, while engineers helped rebuild a roof on a hospital and install bathrooms in other buildings. I feel proud that I did something for Class (AW) Sherry Killough. Im hoping that they gain the knowledge that someone else does care and that we are doing what we can.After ensuring that the amphibious assault ship, USS Iwo Jima was safely in port, Michael Spiker, Tugboat Captain, prepares to return the tugboat Wanamassa to the dock. Photo by Terence R. Peck Jamaica Celebrates 48th Birthday IT HAS BEEN 48 YEARS OF TRIALS AND ERRORS SINCE WE PROUDLY TOOK OUR PLACE AMONG THE NATIONS OF THE WORLD. WE ARE A SMALL NATION WHEN COMPARED TO THE REST OF THE WORLD BUT, IN SO MANY WAYS, IN SO MANY AREAS OF ENDEAVOR, WE HAVE CAUSED THE WORLD TO SIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE OF USOUR CULTURE, MUSIC, SCHOLARS, SPORTSMEN, SPORTSWOMEN, AND SKILLED WORK FORCE HAVE EARNED US INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION AND ADMIRATION. CREATIVITY IS WHAT INSPIRED THE DREAM AND HOPE OF INDEPENDENCE THAT OUR NATION WOULD FLOURISH, THAT OUT OF MANY WE LIVE AS ONE PEOPLE WITH EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL. WE ARE EVER MINDFUL OF THE CHALLENGES WE FACED OVER THE YEARS. HARDSHIPS THERE ARE INDEED, BUT THE LAND IS GREEN AND THE SUN IS SHINING IN JAMAICA THE LAND OF OUR BIRTH. WHEN WE EMBARKED ON INDEPENDENCE IN 1962, WE DID SO WITH CONFIDENCE IN OURSELVES THAT WE COULD MANAGE OUR OWN AFFAIRS AND GUIDE OUR OWN DESTINY. WE LAUNCHED OUT ON OUR OWN BUT WE NEVER FELT WE WERE ALONE, FOR WE LOOKED TO THE WORLD TO HELP US GROW AND BECOME STRONGER. WE ARE NO LONGER AN INFANT NATION; WE ARE 48 YEARS ON AND WE MUST ACCEPT FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR OURSELVES AND OUR ACTIONS. SO, AS WE CELEBRATE OUR INDEPENDENCE, LET US RECOMMIT OURSELVES TO THE FULFILLMENT OF THAT DREAM. AS STARTED YEARS AGO BY OUR FOREFATHERS, OUR NATIONAL HEROES AND HEROINE. THEY POINTED THE WAY, THEY SET US ON OUR JOURNEY. WE HAVE MUCH FARTHER TO GO BUT WE HAVE BEEN WELL PREPARED AND WE KNOW THE WAY. A HAPPY 48TH INDEPENDENCE TO ALL JAMAICANS IN GTMO EVERTON HYLTON PRESIDENT JAMAICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY COMMITTEE

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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 4 By Terence R. PeckAn internationally recognized expert on Caribbean reptiles conducted research on the Cuban Rock iguana and the Cuban boa snake population at Naval Station GTMO from July 20 to Aug. 3. Dr. Peter Tolson, the director of conservation at the Toledo Zoo, arrived at GTMO to study the iguanas along with the various snakes located here. Tolson and his assistant, Candee Ellsworth, the Conservation Coordinator at the Toledo Zoo, implanted radio transmitters in approximately 50 snakes to study them. We are able to follow the movements of the snakes so we can get really valuable data on the home range, how far they move and where they go, Tolson said. The transmitters will help the researchers study the type of habitat the snakes prefer and track their reproductive data. We can see when they court, when they have their babies and how many babies, he said. We were lucky to have a lot of pregnant females last year and we collected all kinds of data on the newborn snakes. In their study on the iguanas, Tolson said the population has grown since 2001. We have some numbers of iguanas that were counted pre JTF, Tolson said. So far this survey than we did on the original in 2000 and 2001. The Naval Stations remoteness provides an almost untouched environment for wildlife studies. The thing that is special about GTMO is that the 45 square miles of the base is an incredible wildlife refuge, said Tolson. We have more boas and iguanas here than almost any single locality in Cuba. Tolson said that in Cuba, the numbers of boas and iguanas are greatly reduced. Outside the fence line, the iguanas and boas are used for food, Tolson said. People eat them all the time, including the Hutias. Tolson, who has been studying the animals on GTMO since 2000, developed his interest in the animals during his tour in the Marine Corps. I have a special love for GTMO because I spent two years in the Marine Corps here, he said. Thats how I developed my strong interest in reptiles, so when the opportunity came to study boas here, I took it. Once the information on the animals has been collected, Tolson delivers his data and recommendations to the Navy. The recommendations are used in the preparation and updates of the Naval Stations Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan. The plan is used by GTMOs Public Works Departments Environment section. to manage the natural resources on the base using an ecosystem-based approach, said Michael McCord, Naval Facility Commands Environmental Director for Naval Station GTMO. During Tolsons reptile shows that he gives on his visits to base residents, he stresses how important it is to care for the animals. We have a moral responsibility to take care of the animals that are entrusted to our care, Tolson said. The Navy stepped up to this and so have all the other DoD facilities.Researchers study animals on GTMO to help Navy preserve wildlifeDr. Peter Tolson, the director of conservation at the Toledo Zoo, takes GPS coordinates to locate an iguana he is studying. During his visit to Naval Station GTMO, he studied various reptiles located on the base and held a reptile show to help educate residents about the animals. Photo by Jose B. Montalvo

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August 6, 2010 5By Terence R. Peck Residents aboard the Naval Station got an opportunity to get close to some of the animals that call the base home during a reptile show on July 31 at Windmill Beach. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Cuba is home to many endangered and rare species of animals and plants. Peter Tolson, the director of conservation at the Toledo Zoo, gave those who attended the chance to touch the reptiles. Tolson was on GTMO to study reptiles that inhabit the naval station. During the show, Tolson presented a Cuban boa. The Cuban boa is listed as Near Threatened by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. A species is given the status when it can be determined that there is a threat of extinction in the near future. The Cuban Rock iguana, Cuban racer and Cuban giant anole were some of the other animals presented during the show. According to Candee Ellsworth, Conservation Coordinator for the Toledo Zoo, presenting reptile shows are important because when people become familiar with the animals, they will begin to have some ownership when GTMO residents see local wildlife during reptile show they see them. A lot of these families are military families, she said. They might be going to some other countries after this and if you can instill that attitude to respect the wildlife wherever you go, that would be great. For many of the families that attended the show, it was an educational experience. I thought the show was great, said Karen Simon, GTMOs Child Development Center Director. It was interesting to see the local wildlife close up and to see how beautiful some of the lizards are. I was surprised to learn that iguanas can live up to 40 years.Peter Tolson, the director of conservation at the Toledo Zoo, shows Karen Simon and her daughter, 7-year-old Katie, a Cuban tarantula during the reptile show. Photo by Terence R. Peck By Wm. Cullen James, Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -The Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS) and Navy Personnel Command (NPC) announced they will transition to a new message system beginning in August. permanent change of station orders, will be sent via command e-mail. This change is a result of the Navy ending support for the Defense Messaging System (DMS). This process should be transparent for the Sailors in the for Business Operations and Comptroller. The important thing is for commands to set up their command e-mail in the GOES system, as outlined in the NAVADMIN. To create as transparent a change as possible, BUPERS BUPERS Uses New System for Message Delivery Information Exchange System (GOES). The GOES information destined for command email or other web based applications. All commands that have set information from BUPERS via command email. Our intent was to develop a solution that would have the least impact on the business rules for both those generating messages and the commands receiving them, said Wenger. GOES also supports Sailors stationed in nonNavy billets such as those in Individual Augmentee assignments. become more prevalent within the Navy, and commands See BUPERS, pg 6

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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 6 Hours ListingAuto Hobby Shop 77941Wed., Sat., Sun. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.Autoport 75215Mon. through Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.Bayview 75604Thurs. 5:30 to 9 p.m. Fri. 6-9 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.Car Rental/Dry Cleaner 74316Mon. through Sat. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.Ceramic Shop 74795Daily 5 to 9 p.m. Columbia College 75555Mon. to Thurs. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fri. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Community Bank 75116Mon., Wed., Fri. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tues., Thurs. 8 to 11 a.m. (New accounts)Cuban Club 75962Mon. through Sat. 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.Denich Gym 77262Mon. 5 a.m. to midnight Tues. through Sat. 24/7 Sun. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Gas Station 74670Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (cash) 24/7 (credit/debit card)Jamaican Jerk House 2325Sun. through Thurs. 5 to 9 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 5 to 10 p.m.Library 4700Mon. through Sat. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun. Noon to 9 p.m.McDonalds 3797Mon. through Thurs. 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 5 a.m. to 2 a.m.Marina 2345Mon. to Thurs. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fri. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun. 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.Navy College 2227Mon. through Fri. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Navy Exchange 74116Mon. through Thurs. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. NEX Mini Mart 2508Sun. through Thurs. 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 7 a.m. to midnightPaperclips 74603Mon. through Fri. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.Phoenix Cable 2510 Mon. through Fri. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.RadioGTMO 2300Mon. through Thurs. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fri. 10 a.m. to noonSCSI 77362Mon. through Fri. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Subway 2416Mon. through Sat. 6 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.Treasures & Trivia 74860Mon. and Wed. 4 to 6 p.m. Tues., Thurs., Fri. 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sun. 1 to 3 p.m.Vet Clinic 2212Mon. through Fri. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wed. 1:15 to 3:30 p.m. (Walk-ins) GTMO residents support National Night OutBy Terence R. Peck More than 800 GTMO residents attended the annual National Night Out on Aug. 3. The event provided the community an children were provided with playground attractions while the adults enjoyed music by the local band Retread. Last year, more than 36 million people in over 15,000 communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities and military bases worldwide participated in the event. Five-year-old Trenton Clark climbs the rock wall during the GTMOs National Night Out on Aug 3. Photo by Terence R. Peck Military Working Dog Handler, Master-At-Arms 3rd Class Erick Ortiz demonstrates the ability of MWD Atos to take down a criminal suspect during GTMOs National Night on Aug. 3. Photo by LSC Richard Vargas Fire Inspector John DiGiovanni, GTMO Fire Department, gives a hands-on demonstration to on Aug. 3. Photo by Terence R. PeckBUPERS, page 5 commence transition to GOES, assistance will be available to minimize impact to NPC and BUPERS. If for any reason a command cannot access command email, we can set them up on GOES and they can retrieve their orders and messages that way, said William Davis Jr., BUPERS/NPC Messaging program manager. GOES will continue to deliver information to BUPERS On-Line so users will still be able to access messages posted there. For more information about OIX or to set up a command e-mail, visit https://www. portal.navy.mil/oix/default.aspx. For more information about GOES or to activate command accounts, visit https:// goes.persnet.navy.mil. For more news from Navy Personnel Command, visit www.navy.mil/local/npc/.BUPERS, page 5

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August 6, 2010 7 GTMO Shopper ments. For that reason, we ask that your ad be no more than 20 to 25 words. FURNITURE IOM OPERATIONS ASSIS TANT CONSULTANT experience in military/refugee mi gration assistance is a plus. Must have communication/negotiation skills; ability to work under pres sure; strong strategic/creative ment style; demonstrated ability in leading multicultural teams and in mentoring and coaching individuals. Must speak/write English and Spanish. FMI, please call 74788. O ASIS T EEN C ENTER POSI TIONS F OR MWR Full & part time positions available. NACI background check required. on Admin Hill and pick up an application. PASSENGER SERVICE AGENT BRSC Air Operations is looking for a full-time Passenger Service Agent for the Leeward Air Terminal. We working environment and excellent pay, $12 $18 per hour. Please send resume to mveditz@yahoo. com or call Mr. Mark Veditz @ 6305. Help Wanted F lorida Coastal Airlines looking for a Station Manager. Please leave name For more information, call HRO at 4441. VEHICLE As per NAVSTAGTMO 11200.1 Security Department can hold vehicles for only 120 days. Vehicles are turned over to Bremcor as per NAVBASEGT MO 4500.3F Abandoned Property Board instruction. Only the registered owner or his agent may claim the vehicle; do not call asking to purchase. For more information, contact CE2 Ulep 4325, Monday Thursday 07301600 or email Joseph.Ulep@usnbgtmo.navy.milFor Sale, Sure-Fit Love Seat Chocolate suede stretch cover$50.00 Recliner Chocolate Brown suede stretch cover$35.00 Weber Large Charcoal Grill$40 Call 77088. (2) Twin-size bed made of solid wood with mattress for $45.00 Interested persons call 75665 between 0900 and 1400. (2) For sale. (2) end tables, solid wood contemp. design, excellent condition. $25 each or two for $40, also desk chair, black cloth on wheels w/ sidearms. Good cond. $25. Call Mick @75749 after 4 p.m. For Sale: King Size Water Bed Frame and Headboard (Glass Doors and Backlit Inserts) Matching Dresser, Rocker Recliner (Blue) Contact Tim at 77806 or leave message. Sectional Couch, Love Seat, and Couch. Table w\ 4 chairs. Call 77178. Household full of furniture Everything must go!!! Call 84112. Wanted: Wicker Living Room Furniture. Contact Tim at 77806 or leave message. Michelin XML tires 53 tall never used brand new. 1 Set of 20 Stazworks bead lock two piece rims, half inch cold rolled ring with a 7 inward offset 2.5 ton Rockwell bolt pattern never used or put on tire. I would like 500 for the tires, 2100 for the rims or 2500 for both. Serious inquires only Shawn H-79554 Borrow toys for your children while awaiting arrival of HHGs. FMI: Contact Kristin at 79546 or email: gtmogoods@ gmail.com. Boy scout camping tent sleeps two with pillow and boy scout logo camping bag both $200 FMI Call Ivette 9767 (7 am to 4 pm) or 75811 4:30 to 9:30 pm and weekends. College books for sale: Environmental Science ENVS 115; American History HIST 121 &122; and Introduction to Computer CISS170. Call 77074. (2) Large BCD with regulater/octo/console, tank, weights, and lots small BCDs with extras. 77338. Scuba Gear, Mtn. bikes, golf clubs, furniture, queen bed, couch, bar stools, 6 chair dining room set; hammock, power tools, oak chest of drawers and 2 night stands, tent and camping gear. Call 77361. Wanted Record Albums: LPs and 45s. Stereo power amp, bass guitar amp, other musical equip. Call 79404. (2) Crate and Barrel Marimekko baths towels, washcloths, and matching rugs in three designs. Prices from $5 to $35. FMI please call Nicole x9830 (work) or x77792 (home) between 10 AM and 8 PM. (2) Womens Golf Club set with Cart in excellent condition (used 5 times) and 12 pcs new golf balls, all for sale at $50. Call 90704. (2) Selling: 1 Motorola cell phone with out SIMS card includes recharger plug $25.00 or best offer. Call Noreen at 78827. (2) 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 please contact me @ 77338. (2) Race steering wheel $75 call 3311 days or 77665 evenings & weekends. (2)#LH10-045 REGISTERED NURSE, GS-0610-11 (USNH) #LH10-044 PROCUREMENT TECH (NAVFAC), GS-1106-07 #LH10-041 SECRETARY (FISC), GS-0318-05 #LH10-040 MEDICAL SUPPORT AS SISTANT (USNH), GS-0679-04 #LH10-050 MGMT & PROGRAM (NAVFAC), GS-0344-07 #LH10-036 SECRETARY (NAVSTAISD), GS-0318-05 Reg. Number Year Make Model Color VINUnknown 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 JN6MDD1YX BW007481 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 now opened.94 Ford Escort Good Running Condition Cold A/C W/CD Player $1800 OBO FMI Call Neil @75208/75210. (2) 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 weekends. (2) Car for sale: 2007 Suzuki 6 For more information, call 3500. #10-CUB-166 EDUCATION & TRAIN ING TECHNICIAN GS-1702-04 Open: 28 Jul 10 Close: 31 Dec 10 #10-CUB-167 SECRETARY (OA), GS-0318-06 Open: 28 Jul 10 Close: 9 Aug 10 #10-CUB-168 SCHOOL SUPPORT ASSISTANT, GS-0303-06 Open: 28 Jul 10 Close: 12 Aug 10 ACTIVITY Yard Sale: Sat, August 7th West Iguana 2720 C. Garage Sale: CC-27B, 07001100, Sat. 7 August. POC: 77352. cyl 21,100 miles, $12,000, 77795. (2) 1993 Isuzu Rock Star Pick-Up $1,000 OBO. Awesome GTMO Special that runs great overall. Great sound system with subwoofer and amp. Call Anastasia at 79686. 05 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited, 60k, Leather, DVD, 22in Chrome rims, Integrated Phone Clean, Excellent Condition, $16K (Negotiable) Call Nina 77747. 2000 Dodge Neon DX with power windows, manual, 59,200 miles, Great running condition, working A/C, CD player, new headliner, brand new tires $3,000 FMI Call Ivette 9767 (7 am to 4 pm) or 75811 4:30 to 9:30 pm and weekends. Lily EnriquezBorn: May 4, 2010 Weight: 7lbs, 7 oz. Length: 19 inches Parents: William and Rona McQuillan

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Happenings Happenings All MWR facilities give free soft drinks to designated drivers. Stay safe, and never drive drunk. Designate a driver.