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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: 8/13/2010
Frequency: weekly
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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 13, 2010 Vol. 67 No. 31 By Terence PeckNaval Station Guantanamo Bay Cubas Navy Exchange received their 2009 Bingham Award during a ceremony in the atrium Aug. 9. The award was presented by Gary King, the Senior Vice President of Exchange Op erations for the continental United States. The Bingham Award is named after the late reservist Navy Capt. W. H. Bingham, Supply Corps. Bingham was the Chief pany and was appointed by the Secretary of the Navy in 1946 to lead an advisory board for the establishment of the Navy Exchange System. The award was presented to NEXs that showed superior performance over the past year in service to Sailors and their families, according to the Navy Exchange Service Commands news release announcing the winners. The award is presented to Navy Exchanges in nine and customer service. The Guantanamo NEX won the award in the category for Overseas Sales Over $20 Navy Exchange Guantanamo Bay associates take to heart the mission of our command. Gary KingSenior Vice President, Navy Exchange Command (Continental U.S.) million dollars, along with Naval Station During his remarks to guests at the cer emony, King said that winning the award represents a tremen dous achievement on the part of all store associates, manage ment, and the base community. Celebrations like this one today exemplify the true spirit, dedication and professionalism of our associates, King said. Navy Exchange Guantanamo Bay associates take to heart the mission of our commandto provide quality goods and Award presented for superior performance services at a savings and to support Navy quality of life programs. The NEX made approximately $40 million dollars in sales last year. Of this amount, the NEX took in $4 million dollars manager of Guantanamos NEX. See NEX, page 3 Capt. Steven Blaisdell, commanding ofcer of Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, and Gary King, senior vice president of the continental U.S. Navy Exchange Command, present the 2009 Bingham Award to Don Mohlman, general manager of the Navy Exchange, for exceeding target sales in its category. STORY HIGHLIGHTSNavy Exchange receives 2009 Bingham Award for superior performance last year 25 percent of last years prot was donated to Guantanamos MWR and MWR headquarters Gary King, senior vice president of the continental U.S. Navy Exchange Command, attributed the NEXs success to hard working employeesNEXt to nothingPhoto by MC3 Leona Mynes

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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 reect the ofcial 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 Ofce of U.S. Naval Station 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. 31 Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, CubaCommanding Ofcer Capt. Steven H. Blaisdell Executive Ofcer Cmdr. William Rabchenia Command Master Chief CMDCM (SW/AW/EXW) J.D. McKinney, III Public Affairs Ofcer Terence Peck Leading Chief Petty Ofcer MCC(SW) Bill Mesta Gazette Editor MC3 Leona Mynes Received Sailor of the Week because: Davis planned and supervised a dive team for the qualication dives for the Command Master Chief (EWS/EXW/SW/AW) Farris Foresman and Adm. Tillotson. Job Title: Diving Supervisor at the Dive Locker. Date he arrived in GTMO: Sept. 1, 2009. Date he joined the Navy: Jan. 23, 2002. What he likes most about his job: Its very rewarding. Favorite sports team: Georgia Bulldogs. Favorite gaming console: The Nintendo Wii. Favorite TV show: National Geographic. Favorite movie: Gone in 60 Seconds. Whats most important: My family. How the Navy has improved his life: Made me the man I needed to be, helped me nish college. Quote: Sow an act, and you reap a habit; sow a habit, and you reap a character; sow a character, and you reap a destiny. -George Dana Boardman. ND1 William DavisBy Joshua King, W.T. Sampson Alumni It was once the case that when young people left Guantanamo Bay, the only way for them to keep in touch with their friends was to write letters. Often, students lost touch with each other due to distance. These days, W.T. Sampson alumni tell their friends that they will email them the next day or they say, Skype me tomorrow. An all-class reunion was organized by another all-class reunion was held at the Imperial Palace Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev. The weekend of July 16, former students Planning for this reunion began in January students from the late 1980s/early 1990s, decided that the time was right to have another all-class reunion. former students were polled as to what part of the country the reunion should be held, what time of year, and what activities should take place. After different internet surveys, the time and place was decided on. Another task that had to be done was getting the word out. That job fell to Josh King gathered more than 1,000 names to determine who had active email addresses that they almost banned me because they thought I was a spammer, said King. Alumni came from as far away as Seattle, Wash., to attend the event, and the consensus was that every penny spent on travel was well worth it. It was a great night with old friends and The turnout was amazing, and the event itself was more than I hoped for. Ive been thanked by countless people who said it was a fantastic time By the time the night was over, people were starting to look forward to the next allSampson Schools, sign up at www.wtsampsonalumni.com.All-class reunion held by W.T Sampson alumniYour 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.

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3 August 13, 2010 Faith in the little things Command Chaplainor the most part, our little tasks that go unnoticed and are often considered less important than the larger, sometimes more dramatic, events. However, it is precisely in those seem ingly little tasks that our true character is revealed. Our commitment to eternal core values provides the bar to which we all strive. All too many times, we see individuals who wish to lower their expectations because they either dont want to put forth the required effort to win in the struggle for personal excellence, or dont share in our convictions: That truth is not subjective. The ends do not justify the means. Poor behavior should not be rewarded. It all goes back to our character and how we treat the little things. How we conduct ourselves in public and in private with the knowledge that everything matters. The person of good virtuous character sees all events, small and large as opportunities for growth. Our free will and Gods grace can bring of struggle to which we all are presented. Daily, our question becomes, Do we strive to reach the bar or choose not to achieve excellence? The ultimate tragedy is when we see a life that has talent and potential, but in the end, regrets what could have been but for lack of faithfulness in little things. Pray for the wisdom to know what to do call. In every life the great is reached through the little. Fulton J. Sheen In winning the Bingham Award, King said that the employees were important to the NEXs success. Its all about the customer service we give, King said. I think the friendliness at the door and the friendliness to help somebody and what they know about the product that they are selling is essential. NEX, winning the award is the outcome of hard work and dedication by the employees to ensure customer satisfaction. It is a great privilege for us to get it and I think we do deserve it, said Ashpole. If we dont have a happy customer, we probably wouldnt win this award so we have to always make sure that they are happy so they can come back.NEX, from page 1 By Chief Mass Communication Specialist WASHINGTON (NNS) -I now mandatory for all Sailors per the of OPNAVINST 1414.9, Navy Enlisted which issues the basic overarching designation of all enlisted warfare programs. The arduous environment Sailors operate in dictates the need for all personnel to have a basic understanding and operating knowledge of the platform or command to which they are assigned. Warfare programs are essential in ensuring Sailors understand and are able to effectively engage a casualty, operate equipment or platforms safely, and ensure about ship, shipmate and self, and ensure the safety and safe operation of each command and platform on a daily basis. Its a standard every Sailor must Sailor at or working toward that level will that command and the Navy. mandatory for all enlisted Sailors assigned to designated warfare qualifying commands. however, the maximum allowable time for assigned to designated warfare qualifying commands will not exceed 30 months. future platforms such as LCS as examples of the need to ensuring our Sailors have a good, basic understanding of the systems which they are assigned, said West. 268-10.New NAVADMIN: Enlisted warfare qualications now mandatoryDaily 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 Service Sat. 11 a.m. (Room B) Iglesia Ni Christo Sun. 5:30 a.m. (Room A) Pentecostal Gospel T emple 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) G T M O Bay Christian Fellowship 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. 7:30 p.m. (JTF Troopers Chapel) Sunday Mass Sun. 7:30 a.m. (JTF Troopers Chapel) Religious Services

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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 4 New Fee Schedule I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX $29,400 or less $29,401 to $35,700 $35,701 to $46,200 $46,201 to $57,750 $57,751 to $73,500 $73,501 to $85,000 $85,501 to $100,000 $100,001 to $125,000 $125,000 or more $44 to $59 $60 to $74 $75 to $90 $91 to $105 $106 to $121 $122 to $130 $131 to $133 $134 to $136 $137 to $139 Cat. Income Payment per weekBy Lisa Daniel American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON The Defense Department is adjusting its child care fees, adding categories for its highest income earners, to compensate for six years without fee range today. added three categories to the top of its fee schedule to go into effect by September family policy, children and youth, said. fee guidelines, including exceptions to the fee schedule, and adopt fees within the The adjustment brings the number of fee categories to nine, causing some people to move into different categories, Thompson said. for the nation, and funding is evenly split by fees and federal subsidies, Thompson said. The increased fees are necessary to DoD adjusts child care ratesmaintain high quality of care, she said. The changes come after two years of study that found the fees were not keeping Thompson said. We understand that these are tough economic times for families, but we did this very deliberately after careful study, she said. When you look at what youre getting for your child care fees, its a wonderful opportunity in a high-quality care environment.Bangfor thebuckBy Terence PeckHundreds of dollars can be saved by degreeseeking residents of Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Columbia College allows servicemembers, spouses and civilians gain college credit in several different ways. A free way to gain college credit is by taking College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) exams. The exams are accepted as college credit hours by and universities, including Columbia College, which is located in the Chapel Annex. Active-duty servicemembers can take the exams for free. Students may in certain areas, whether it is foreign language, math or English, Director for Columbia College, Guantanamo Bay Campus. The exams are designed to test an individuals college level knowledge, which can be gained through course work, independent study, cultural pursuits, travel, special interests, military schools, and professional development, according to the DANTES website. If they pass, they actually gain three or more credits for a course equivalent in Columbia Colleges course catalogue, said members, there are also ways to save money on college tuition. Another program that saves money for military spouses is the Spouses Opportunities Scholarship through Columbia College. class with us, its free, said Annie Stuart, Enrollment Assistant at Columbia Colleges Guantanamo Bay campus. Then, for any in-seat class they take after that, the course fee is discounted 20 percent. CLEP and DANTES exams, Spouses Opportunities Scholarship, classes or to schedule advising appointments, call Columbia guantanamo@ccis.edu.Saving your lunch moneyDegree-seekers can earn college credits for free through Columbia College programs

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August 13, 2010 One ofhardworkLeah Williams, a soon-to-be 11thgrader at W.T. Sampson High School, is responsible for replacing and restocking products, cleaning the facility and helping Triple Cs permanent staff with inventory. Williams is one of 30 high school Teen Hire Program at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Its a great working experience, said Williams. I worked hard last year and they gave me more responsibilities this year. Staying busy keeps Williams mind off of missing her dad and two siblings, all three of whom left the island this summer. Williams dad left for Individual Augmentee training in July and both of her siblings moved back to the United States permanently. birthday and hell get back on mine, said Williams. I miss him. Hes my role model. Throughout her life, her dad taught she and her siblings the way they should carry themselves in a working environment, Williams said. He taught us to be patient with others, said Williams. Thats a big one for working here. He teaches me theres a difference between just doing your job and doing the best you can at your job. Doing the best she could helped Williams earn a spot on the Triple C staff two summers in a row. At 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. every day, a 17 year-old girl is manning the cash register, espresso machine and the ice cream scoopers at MWRs Triple C Cafe on Deerpoint Road. Triple C to come back, said Christopher Coordinator, who headed the Teen Hire Program. This program gives youth the opportunity to gain real world experience, The program helps youth build coping It does provide youth an opportunity to deal with life-stressers, both work-related Williams will earn approximately $1,200 by the end of the summer. This job made me realize you have to work hard, said Williams. When you work hard, youre going to get more responsibility. c p Leah Williams, 17, works at T riple C Cafe as part of the MWR Summer T een Hire Program. Photo and Story by MC3 Leona Mynes $48,000 $1,200 $7.25 200 30students were hired by MWR this summer. working hours were scheduled for each hire. in each students pocket after taxes. per hour. Each student earned federal minimum wage. was granted by Commander, Navy Installations Command to make this program possible for Guantanamo teens. BY THE NUMBERSPhoto by MC3 Leona Mynes

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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) N to offset utility demands as the Navy moves into the electric vehicle market. The Navy, through executive orders and SECNAV instructions, is to reduce petroleum usage 2009 baseline, said Jesse transportation specialist. This is a tall order based on our customers mission requirements so we must venture away from fossil fuel vehicles and move into a greener state. Electric vehicles provide that capability; however, with the focus to reduce energy consumption reaching out to new technologies and is hoping that solar technology will help offset utility demand to its customers. The new vehicles are electric powered with solar integration which is designed to increase the range capability and provide charging which will increase the life of the battery and reduce the electrical demand, claims Evans. substitute for a fossil fuel vehicle. It is designed to meet the mission minimum requirements at a reduced rental cost. The fact that they are green is a bonus. and safe alternative to big engine gas vehicles. They produce zero-emissions and can be driven indoors (i.e. warehouses, hangars). fuels and Green House Gases that are obtained In addition, the solar integration reduces the demand on the already overburdened electric grid with minimal impacts to the mission. customers would realize a savings of $100,000 annually, said Evans. Based on a typical half-ton pickup driving of over $1,200 in fuel costs each year. The solar integration increases the life of the battery and in turn increases the life of the vehicle. These drivers will ensure rate changes will be minimal in the future. equipment such as windshields, exterior mirrors mounted on driver and passenger side of the vehicles, head lamps, tail lamps, brake lamps, parking brake, safety belts, vehicle ID numbers and horn or other warning device. They meet side Sunny A slow moving vehicle (SMV) can run at 20 to 25 miles per hour and can be powered by solar panels atop the vehicle. ...we must venture away from fossil fuel vehicles and move into a greener state. Jesse Evans Naval Facilities Engineering Command Transportation Specialist Photo illustration by MC3 Leona Mynes

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August 13, 2010 7 GTMO Shopper FURNITURE MISCELLANEOUSI 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. Full & part time positions available. NACI background check required. on Admin Hill and pick up an application. 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. For more information, call HRO at 4441. GTMO JOB OPPORTUNITIESKing size water bed frame, headboard w/ glass doors, dresser. Call 77806. Blue rocker recliner. Call 77806. Sectional couch, love seat, couch. Table w/ 4 chairs. Call 77178. House full of furniture. Everything must go! Call 84112. Set of 20 Stazworks bead rolled ring w/ 7 inward Borrow toys for your children while awaiting gtmogoods@gmail.com. Boy scout camping tent. Sleeps 2 w/ pillow & boy scout logo camping bag both $200. Call 9767 (W) Large BCD with regulator, octo, console, tank, have small BCDs with extras. Call 77338. 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.#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-0318-05HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE JOBS 93 Isuzu Pick-up. $1,000 OBO. Sound system w/ subwoofer & amp. Call 79686. Limited, 60K, Leather, DVD, 22 Chrome rims, clean, excellent condition, $16K OBO. Call 77747. 00 Dodge Neon DX, A/C, CD, new headliner, new tires. $3,000 Call 9767 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 10DEP ARTMENT OF DEFENSE EDUCA TION ACTIVITY GARAGE SALES VEHICLES TV armoire. $800 for Two twin mattress/box Twin bed platform w/ drawers, nightstand & secretary. $100. Call No Early Birds please. manual,Excellent condition, AC. $6300 OBO. Call 90667. 88 Cadillac El Dorado. Excellent condition, AC New front brakes, new fuel pump, new CD/radio & 77069 or e-mail cwburks@ msn.com. WANTEDWicker living room furniture. Call 77806. Slalom waterski and accessories. Call 77872. substitute guitarist and drummer. Come and be a band. 79404. Asus Laptop i3 16 DVD writer, Windows 7 SCSI starband satellite system w/ modem, dish, new 2 watt receiver & Belkin N wireless over monthly service. Call 77069 or e-mail cwburks@msn.com. SCSI modem w/ cables ABANDONED VEHICLE LISTING for only 120 days. Vehicles are turned over to Bremcor as per NAVBASEGT Only the registered owner or his agent may claim the vehicle; do not call asking to purchase. 1600 or email Joseph.Ulep@usnbgtmo.navy.mil Color VINUnknown 1989 Doge Caravan White Unknown Unknown 1973 Unknown Blue C-3674 1983 Chevrolet Covelt Blue Unknown Unknown Unknown Artic Cat Daytona/ Tigershark White 1986 Buick Black Unknown Dodge Colt Teal JB3BA24K0GV62404 Unknown 1980 Unknown Chevy Corisca White C-4716 Unknown Dodge Blue Unknown Toyota Corolla White JT2EL31D8J0289168 C-6247 1993 Dodge Shadow Green 1B3XP6839PN12060 C-4987 1986 Escort Gray Unknown Unknown Chevrolet Chevy Van 20 White Unknown Unknown Chevrolet Chevy Van 10 White C-3926 Chevrolet SUV Blazer Green Unknown 1996 Van Black Unknown Dodge Blue C-6018 Unknown Chevrolet Chevette Purple Unknown Toyota Corolla Brown TE38082708 C-0768 1976 Unknown Unknown Unknown Chevrolet Pick-up Black Unknown Nissan Sentra Blue 1986 Blue/Gray C-2831 1980 Datsun Tan Unknown 1987 Tempo G-L Unknown 1979 Honda Civic Blue/Gray SEC70872198 Unknown Unknown Black BW007481 Unknown 1991 Cheverolet Corisca Biege Unknown Cheverolet Cheve Van30 White C-8899 Unknown Gray C-0699 1988 Dodge White Unknown 1979 Cheverolet Costume Deluxe Beige CT24A1127740 Unknown Unknown Blue Unknown C-4087 Sierra Unreadable C-9797 Unknown Volvo 740 GLE Darkblue Chevrolet Costum Delux White Chevrolet Pick-up Unknown Unknown Blue 7790212888 C-6496 1990 Chevrolet Suburban Black Unknown Chevrolet S-10 White Unknown C-8286 1984 Pontiac 6000 Brown 1982 LTD Brown Victoria Gray C-6988 1977 Chevrolet Pick-up Truck Brown Unknown Toyota Pick-up Green Unknown 1986 White C-6426 1994 Chevrolet G-20 Van C-3623 1989 Black C-3911 1997 Cheverolet Cavalier Green C-4170 Chrysler Diplomat Brown C-3617 1989 Aerostar Black 1983 Unknown Unknown LTD Victoria White/Gray C-1117 1984 Econoline White Club Wagon White Unknown Unknown Dodge White / Black C-3736 Unknown Chevy Oldsmobile Blue Unreadable 1989 Pontiac Light Blue 1G2NE14U8KC790714 Unknown 1980 Toyota Corolla Black/Blue 1978 Chevy Blazer Unknown 1986 Dodge White C-6047 1993 Pontiac Grand Am Black C-3617 1982 Cheverolet Chevette Blue 1G1A3B38CXUnknown Unknown Chevrolet Corisca Blue C-0499 Unknown Toyota Hilux Blue Unknown 1990 Dodge White 1B7GE16X9LS719220 Unknown Unknown Oldsmobile Deluxe88 White/Blue 1979 Blue Unknown Unknown Gray/black Unknown 1989 Chevy S-10 White White/Black Unknown 1989 White/Blue Unknown Unknown Chevy Unknown Gray 1B680AA106688 Unknown Unknown Unknown Black Unknown Unknown 1981 Toyota Celica Unknown Unknown 1986 Chevy Cavalier Black 1G1JE27POG7226067 Unknown 1994 Buick Century White 1GHC-3106 1989 Chevrolet Cavalier Blue 1G1JC1117KJ210934 C-0249 1986 Chrysler Plymouth Grey Unknown Unknown Pontiac Unknown Green 1B3CA44K1JG309192 2210 Unknown Johnson Unknown Unknown Short surfboard. $30. Call Scuba tanks, 63 Cu. $80. old, 20 dives. $600. Call Dive weights $2/pound. Slip-on dive boots, size 6 Speeds Girls Bicycle ELECTRONICS LOST AND FOUND skin and headphones left on Kittery Beach Bus. Please return, no questions asked. 79404. For more information, call 74788. Need 3 years experience managing a carpentry shop/overseeing and training novices with equipment. Must write/speak English and demonstrate carpentry ability with tools, equip ment, woodwork shop management, organization and maintenance. Ability to show three pieces of completed work an advantage. Spanish speaking capability an advantage. FMI: Kelli Owens (74788). Ability to plan for, schedule and teach classes in ESL, Basic Computer skills, Basic Money Management skills, Small Business Management, resume preparation/writing, and other subject communication and negotiation skills; ability to mentor and coach individuals. Thorough knowledge of English and Spanish both written and spoken is required. FMI: Kelli Owens (74788). Operate and support all IOM sea-going and bay crossing activities. Includes operating and overseeing maintenance of IOM vessel, liaising with Port Opera tions and other Naval counterparts. Minimum of 2 years experience with sea-going vessel operations and maintenance. Ready to provide general assistance to the IOM Migrant Support Program. Bi-lingual English/ Spanish capability an advantage. FMI: Kelli Owens (74788).IOM POSITIONSSpecial Event PlanningAny event that will have a gathering of more than will need a signature approval from security. contact Security at will need 14-day advance notice.The Naval Hospital is now open Wednesday afternoons and closed Wednesday mornings.

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