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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: 10/01/2010
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October 1, 2010 V ol. 67 No. 38 Storm highlights importance of emergency training, readinessShore Operations Training Group trains base personnel in emergency operations Tropical Storm Nicole moved northeast at approximately nine miles per hour over Cuba Sept. 27-29 after forming in the south Caribbean Sea. The storm left up to 10 inches of rain on areas up to 345 miles from its center. Nicole formed north of South America and was upgraded to a tropical storm in about 48 hours, said Kevin Robarge, the installation from the storm. representatives from many departments on the base pro-actively observe and assess the base conditions. The main focus and our number one objective is to save and protect the people, said Robarge. Currently, Robarge is helping the base align its operations with By MC3 Leona MynesTropical Storm Nicole moves over central Cuba Sept. 29. Nicole formed north of South America and caused up to 10 inches of rain for areas 345 miles from its center. Had the storm passed over Guantanamo Bay, the Emergency Operations Center may have been stood up and maintained by the personnel trained in emergency management by the Shore Op erations Training Group (SOTG) Sept. 27-30. See READINESS, page 4Guapo Mirabel, owner of GodSpeed Tattoos in Breckenridge, Col., tattoos lettering on a servicemembers left side Sept. 25 at Bldg. 1111. Photo and story by MC3 Leona MynesSeven tattoo artists visited Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to design new tattoos and repair or cover old tattoos for service members and civilians Sept. 25-Oct. 1. the tattoo artists to the island in an effort to improve morale and bring residents a service they do not normally have access to at Guantanamos isolated location. Ink tattoo, said Kevin Bleifuss, a professional tattoo artist from Port of cant really leave a place like this [frequently], so we bring the tattoo to you. Bleifuss said he and the other tattoo artists have visited Guantanamo several times. This is the seventh year to the base. something like this, said Bleifuss. Im one of the only guys who has professionally tattooed in GTMO. The tattoo artists completed more than 50 tattoos each during their 10-day stay in GTMO. watch Command Channel 4 or call the Tattoo artists bring fresh ink, morale boost to GTMO Photo by MC3 Leona Mynes Photo from the National Hurricane Center, Sept. 29, 2010

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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 BAY Vol. 67 No. 38 Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Commanding Ofcer Capt. Kirk Hibbert Executive Ofcer Cmdr William Rabchenia Command Master Chief CMDCM (SW/AW/EXW) J .D. McKinney, III Public Affairs Ofcer T erence Peck Leading Chief Petty Ofcer MCC(SW) Bill Mest a Gazette Editor MC3 Leona Mynes OF THE Why hes Sailor of the Week: He completed pre-recorded radio shows, updated the command channel, created commercials and produced news stories by himself for Date he arrived in GTMO: July 10, 2010. Date he joined the Navy: June 5, 2006. What he likes most about his job: Having the opportunity to bring joy to peoples work day. How the Navy has improved his life: The Navy has provided me with a lot of unique opportunities to travel, meet an array of people and experience new cuisine. Favorite sports team: Miami Dolphin-Heat. Favorite musician: Bob Marley. Favorite music genre: R&B, Reggae, HipHop, Jazz & Blues. Favorite video game console: XBox. Quote: If there is a will, there is a way. MC3(SW/AW) Jaq RenardDJ Earthquake Broadcast JournalistDefense Media Activity detachment Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Why is the 2010 Fire Prevention Week theme about smoke alarms this year? The National Fire Protection Agency establishes the theme each year. This year's campaign is designed to educate people about the importance of smoke alarms and encourages everyone to take the steps necessary to update and maintain their home smoke alarm protection. Never take the battery out of your smoke alarmfor the Naval Station community contact housing trouble desk to replace you smoke alarm battery if it is battery power is low) Test the detector monthly by depressing the test button (if you can do so without standing on furniture) When vacuuming, place the hand held vacuum extension wand up to the detector which help remove dust buildup from the smoke sensor. For Guantanamo Bay and our unique situation here, it is imperative workers and extinguishers. Unlike other communities, if a we are not calling in second and third alarms and that is it. Quick action by workers and What events are being held this year in honor of Fire Prevention Week? Monday, Oct. 4 and Tuesday, Oct. 5: will be at the NEX handing out items with training. Dont be shy and walk by without stopping and taking a turn practicing using Thursday, Oct. 7: 5:30 to 9 p.m.: The Guantanamo Bay Fire Department is inviting all base residents to come out and join us for this years main event which is being held in the parking lot area adjacent to the base library. Many free handouts, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. followed by the Friday Oct. 8: safety and what children need to do in the H unattended cooking. It is important to note that improperly discarded cigarettes Faulty extension cords which have been damaged in one way or another and with the lack of an over abundance of outlets, especially in older buildings, the overuse of power strips and multi plug outlets taxes the electrical circuits. Smoke Alarms: A sound you can live with From John DiGiovanni, Fire Prevention Chief

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3 October 1, 2010 CATHOLIC Daily Mass Tues. Fri. 5:30 p.m.(Main Chapel) Saturday Vigil Mass 5 p.m. (Main Chapel); 6:30 (PPI Chapel) 7:30 p.m. (JTF Troopers Chapel) Sunday Mass Sun. 7:30 a.m. (JTF Troopers Chapel); 9 a.m. (Main Chapel) Adoration Tuesdays 6:00 p.m. (Main Chapel) Confessions Saturdays 4:30 p.m. (Main Chapel) Bible Study Thursdays 7:00 p.m. (Room 16) OTHER SERVICES General Protestant Service Sun. 11 a.m. (Main Chapel) Gospel Service Sun. 1 p.m. (Main Chapel) GTMO Bay Christian Fellowship Sun. 6 p.m. (Main Chapel) Iglesia Ni Christo Sun. 5:30 a.m. (Room A) Islamic Service Fri. 1:15 p.m. (Room C) Jewish Service Fri. 7 p.m. (FMI call 2628) LDS Service Sun. 10 a.m. (Room A) LORIMI Gospel Service Sun. 1 p.m. (Room D) Pentecostal Gospel Temple Sun. 8 a.m. (Room D) Seventh Day Adventist Service Sat. 11 a.m. (Room B) United Jamaican Fellowship Sun. 11 a.m. (Bldg. 1036)Religious ServicesNavy civilians conduct skimming operations in southeast Louisiana. Southeast Oil Spill Response Detachment conducted skimming operations to aid in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill clean up effort. Photo by MC2 Jordan Miller By Stephen Strickland, Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs JACKSONVILLE, FlaIn Gulfport, Miss., Navy Region Southeast personnel are preparing the last skimmers and utility boats for return to their home installation following their use in cleanup of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Rear Adm. Tim Alexander, on the support the region received from Navy commands around the country. San Diego to Rhode Island, installations and Navy regions stepped up to help us in our efforts to clean up oil in the Gulf region, Alexander said. The professional response we had from so many commands nationwide ensured the success of the Southeast Oil Spill Response Detachment. The Southeast Oil Spill Response Detachment (SE OSR DET) was created under the cognizance of Navy Region Southeast in June when the Coast Guard asked the Navy for assistance in the cleanup efforts. The Navys response was to bring 27 skimmers, 35 utility boats, and four Harbour Buster skimmers into the Gulf region from installations around the country. Navy Region Southeast brought these boats and nearly 200 crew members and support personnel to the Gulfport, Miss., laydown area. Moving all these assets took a lot of cooperation and hard work by so many organizations and people, Alexander said. Environmental departments had to coordinate with state agencies to ensure that we werent leaving other areas vulnerable. Alexander said the Fleet Industrial Supply Center coordinated transportation and a myriad of other things to stand up the detachment. Our Port Operations folks were the experts on the ground, said Alexander. And SUPSALV gave us great support in the Gulf region, from helping with maintenance contracts to giving us the lay of the land in oil spill response. Crews quickly started operating in Pensacola, Fla., Perdido Pass, Ala., Myrtle Grove, La., and Bay St. Louis, Miss. After initially recovering oil and tar balls, the crews found that oil was becoming harder I think we all feel very fortunate that the amount of oil to be recovered was less than expected, Alexander said. Though we were prepared for a worst-cast scenario, thankfully it didnt come to pass. I hope we brought some measure of assurance to the people of the region with our presence, but the Coast Guard has released us from our mission, and its time to get our people and assets home. In addition, Naval Air Station Pensacola and Naval Support Activity Panama City are serving as incident support bases, providing support to the Coast Guard and BP. As the last of the skimmers is prepped for transportation back home, the nowdemobilized Southeast Oil Response Detachment will serve as an example of Navy teamwork, professionalism, and rapid deployment.Southeast regions gulf oil spill response det demobilizes Did You Know...Column Catholic Charities USA1-800-919-9338www.CatholicCharitiesUSA.orgHope needs your helpA CFC participant. Provided as a public service

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4 e-leave the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Securitys National Incident Management System. NIMS is used by the Department of Defense as uniform way to handle all military base, Robarge said. NIMS brings a team in where there assess the situation and think of what to do next. Another storm is forming in the eastern Atlantic. That storm is about 800 miles east of us, said Robarge. It has a 30 percent chance of becoming a tropical storm or hurricane. Robarge said residents should prepare their disaster supply kits for sudden, inclement weather. For more information on hurricanes or hurricane preparedness, talk with your chain of command or visit www.nhc. noaa.gov/. Disaster Supply Kit ChecklistOne-week supply of nonperishable foods and drinking water per person. Fill plastic jugs with drinking water upon receiving warning of imminent danger. Maintain a supply of disposable eating and drinking utensils. Bottle and can openers. Special diet and baby foods. Supply of plastic bags. Prescription and nonprescription. Warning: Many medications have short shelflives. Do not place them in the emergency kit until the time of the emergency. Copy of all prescriptions. Prosthetic devices (eyeglasses, hearing aids, etc.) First aid kit Pocket knife Hand saw, pliers, tape, compass Battery-operated radio Batteries Flashlight and batteries Battery operated lantern Candles and matches Whistle READINESS, from page 1beginsBy MC3 Leona MynesStarting Oct. 1, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba will implement electronic leave requests through the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) online. E-leave is a program where were switching over to from paper, said Chief Administrator (CLA) and leading chief petty department. department will be testing issues with the program and ensuring it works properly. Immediately following these tests, Admin will begin processing leave requests through individual electronic service record (ESR) self-service accounts via NSIPS. According to NAVADMIN 103/10, once prepared, the leave request will electronically route through the chain of command for approval. This process streamlines the leave request process and automates the commands leave control log, ensuring the proper number of days is taken. easier to check out on leave and check in from leave. Normally, youd have to come in to me and Id have to write a letter to [the Personnel Support Detachment] requesting them to adjust the number of days in your leave and all automatically done by you logging into NSIPS. For more information about e-leave, contact your chain of command or call the Naval Station administrative department at ext. 4413 or 4412. Swift visits GuantanamoHigh Speed Vessel (HSV) 2 Swift leaves Guantanamo Bay Sept. 26 after an overnight stay to on load supplies and provide its Sailors with a liberty call. The Swift is currently deployed in Support of Southern Partnership Station (SPS) 2010, an annual deployment of various specialty platforms to the U.S. Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) area of responsibility (AOR) in the Caribbean and Latin America. The missions primary goal is information sharing with navies, coast guards, and civilian services throughout the region. Photo by MC3 Leona Mynes

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Katie DeGroff, Destiny Dietz, Emily Kuhl, Katarina Courson, and Julia Lay-Perry helped distribute cookies to the Puerto Rican National Guard unit currently deployed to Guantanamo in support of Joint Task Force Guantanamo. The Girl Scouts still have more than 700 cases of cookies. For more information, e-mail GTMO.GirlScouts@gmail.com.eIf youre wondering when you should turn off your personal computer for energy savings, here are some general guidelines to help you make that decision: Turn off the monitor if you arent going to use your PC for more than 20 minutes. Turn off both the CPU and monitor if youre not going to use your PC for more than two hours. the equipment is not in use for extended periods of time, such as the weekend, turn off the switch on the power strip to prevent the equipment from drawing power, even when shut off. If you dont use a power strip, unplug extra equipment when its not in use. Screen savers are not energy savers. Using a screen saver may, in fact, use more energy than not using one, and the power-down feature may not work if you have a screen saver activated. Modern LCD color monitors do not need screen savers at all. For more tips, visit the Department of Energy website at www.energysavers.gov/your_home/appliances/index.cfm/mytopic=10070. For more information on how you can conserve energy, visit www.energy.gov or Did you know? Call 800-822-6344 or visit www.stjude.org to learn more.A CFC Participant provided as a public service. Defense Department Launches Absentee Voting WeekBy Karen Parrish, American Forces Press Service The Department of Defense today announced Absentee Voting serving outside their home states make their votes count. seats at stake during the mid-term elections Nov. 2, the departments Federal Voting Assistance Program has launched a new set of tools to connect voters with their state election processes. Bob Carey, FVAP director, said the programs online electronic voting support program and federal write-in absentee ballot are designed to ensure voters get the appropriate ballot and can submit it before deadline. FVAPs voting support program, launched ballots and submission instructions for the 19 states so far participating: Virginia, Utah, Montana, New Jersey, Nevada, Kansas, Colorado and Tennessee. Through the online program, located at ballot delivery system, Carey said. Or if your state doesnt happen to have that, then we have an online ballot that has all your federal will give you a pre-addressed envelope and complete instructions about how to get the ballot back home. Some states allow ballots to be returned by fax or online, Carey said, but the military postal service will express-mail any ballots military members or their spouses submit from overseas. So Bexar County, Texas, has already gotten back two ballots from Korea that were sent back by the express mail, he said. E-mailed out on Friday, and the voter got it, put it right in the mail, it got expressmailed back, was back in San Antonios hands on that Tuesday. Fourday turnaround. worldwide to help troops and civilians get their ballots back on time. Carey said. Theyre doing a good job; they got the military registered though, is that while 91 percent of the absentee ballots in the general population are returned, only 63 percent of the military ballots were returned [during the last election cycle]. In the past, ballots were sent by mail, which slowed the voting process and meant some absentee ballots werent received before voting deadlines, Carey said. taken a 30-day transmission process and reduced it to 30 milliseconds, he said. Hopefully thats going to be one of the biggest things we can get out there let people know they dont have to wait. For troops deployed to remote locations where computers and printers arent generally available, Carey said, units may need to make special arrangements. set up one day where they have a computer available that has a printer available, he said, so anyone can come on in and at least get their ballot printed out if its being delivered by e-mail or online delivery. Carey said FVAP also is using social networking tools to reach potential voters. FVAP is on Facebook, and we have a tool, an invitation for people to send to all their your ballot now. And if they go to the Federal as well, he said. Defense Department absentee voters need, he said. be able to go to any state, any system, and it will be seamless and intuitive for the voter, Carey said. The experience of a California has, because of the technology used. But hopefully, the experience in terms of the ease of voting is the same.5 Ombudsman Appreciation Hospital Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, presents Jennifer Magnum, the Naval Hospital Ombudsman, a letter of appreciation during an Ombudsman Appreciation Luncheon at the Gold Hill Galley Sept. 20. According to OPNAVINST 1750.1F, the Navy Family Ombudsman Program is a Navy-wide program that was established by former Chief of Naval Operations, Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, on Sept. 14, 1970. Its purpose is to improve mission readiness through improved family readiness and to help families meet the unique challenges of the military lifestyle. Photo donatedWeve taken a 30day transmission process and reduced it to 30 milliseconds.Bob CareyFederal Voting Assistance Program Director

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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 6Hurricane Season all emergencies is crucial to your survival. Please go to www. cnic.navy.mil/cnic_hq_site/OpPrepare/index.htm for valuable information. CLEP/DANTES Exams offerings and register for an exam session, visit the Columbia College website, www.ccis.edu/guantanamo. The registration deadline is 4 p.m. the day prior to the exam date. Study manuals and books are available at the base library. Study guides can be downloaded on Navy Knowledge Online and Army Knowledge located in the Chapel Annex. Testing is FREE for active-duty military. For more information or to learn about additional testing fee information, call Columbia College at 75555. Navy Family Database for all personnelPlease ensure your personnel log on to https://navyfamily.navy. mil and update all their personal and family information. This system can be utilized by and AD/Civilian, or Contract personnel by using your CAC. If personnel you have listed are in an area questions regarding their safety, needs and other emergency information. If you have questions or need assistance please Representative @ ext 4413.GTMO Wildlife RegulationsNAVSTAGTMOINST 1710.1A Outdoor Recreation and waters in and around Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is a privilege that carries an inherent responsibility to preserve the fragile ecological balance of these areas. Therefore, the taking of (Take means to intentionally harm, kill, harass or remove from the natural habitat.) Beaches, parks and facilities are available for the enjoyment of all personnel. Be courteous and respectful of the rights of othersincluding the wild life. Its Conch Season!Remember the take requirements for Queen (pink) Conchs: Immature open Queen Conchs, or rollers, are subject to NAVSTAGTMOINST 1710.1A regulations. Only one live shell per person per day. The shell must be over 9 inches in length or the thinnest part of the lip must be at least one-eighth of an inch thick. AMC Flight AdvisoriesDue to runway closures at NAS Jacksonville, Fla., the Saturday, Oct. 23 rotator will operate in and out of NAS Mayport, Fla. Passenger showtimes and departure times will remain the same. Dec. 23, and the AMC rotator for Jan. 1, 2011 has been moved to Monday, Jan. 3.Vehicle Registration Ofce has moved to the NEX Atrium. All service members must be in uniform. The VRO is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to noon. For more information, call the VRO at 2249. Revised ISD Customer Service HoursIn order to provide better customer service, ISD will be closed from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Thursdays for departmental training. or by calling 4616. Parent/Teacher Organization MeetingThe next PTO meeting will be held Oct. 5 in the Elementary School PTO room at 6 p.m. All are welcome to attend. There will be free babysitting in the gym during this time. For more information contact Shannon Fern by e-mailing smsavarese@ yahoo.com or call 77496.2010 Wage Surveys for Jamaican Residents wage survey. The questionnaire can be picked up at the Human or Navy Gateway Inns and Suites. Please return the survey to Red Cross Needs VolunteersThe American Red Cross GTMO needs volunteers for the 5K run/walk held on Oct. 30. For more information, call the site manager at 5060 or e-mail CoganowS@usa.redcross.org. Toy Lending LibraryGTMOs toy lending library PCSing families coming to or gtmogoods@gmail.com for more information. Post Ofce Closure Please arrange accordingly. Bayview ClosureParent Night Out5:30 p.m. to midnight on Oct. 16CDC for children 6 months Center ar 75658. NEWS BRIEFS 3 September 24, 2010 Sun. 10 a.m. (Room 17) Tues.Fri. 5:30 p.m. (Main Chapel) Sun. 11 a.m. (Main Chapel) Sun. 1 p.m. (Main Chapel) Sun. 6 p.m. (Main Chapel) Sun. 5:30 a.m. (Room A) Fri. 1:15 p.m. (Room C) Fri. 7 p.m. (FMI call 2628) Sun. 10 a.m. (Room A) Sun. 1 p.m. (Room D) Sun. 8 a.m. (Room D) Sat. 11 a.m. (Room B) Sun. 7:30 a.m. (JTF Troopers Chapel) or Sunday 9 a.m. (Main Chapel) Sun. 11 a.m. (Bldg. 1036) Sat. 5 p.m. (Main Chapel) or Sat. 7:30 p.m. (JTF Troopers Chapel)Religious ServicesBy Lt. Douglas Holmes, Chaplain While last Saturday the country mourned and remembered what happened on Sept. 11, 2001, its memory still lingers on as through our minds. May you take a little time even now to pray for those who have lost so much in the tragic events. Below is a poem that marks this special occasion: We Will Never Forget September 11, 2001 Carol Ann Smith The day was calm, the sky was blue, The sun was high up in the sky, Without a warning, without a clue, America now would start to cry. The shock and horror of that day, Will never leave our minds, We cling together as we pray, To leave all this behind. As Americans, we all know, That we can never forget, This terrible time of grief and woe, But still we have respect. Respect for our country, respect for our life, Will be so important today, We must remember through this strife, To bow our heads and pray. To pray for unity, to pray alone, To light our candles along the way GOD BLESS THE USA!HolmesRemembering 9/11 235TH NAVY BIRTHDAY ball Tickets on Sale Ticket Prices Menu Alternate Menu Attire For ticket information, contact: U.S. Navy Sailor: 235 Years of TraditionOct. 16, 20105:30-6:30 p.m. (Social Hour) 6:45 p.m. (Ceremony) 72990 Hours Listing Auto Hobby Shop 77941 Wed., Sat., Sun. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Auto port 75215 Mon. through Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bayview 75604 Thurs. 5:30 to 9 p.m. Fri. 6-9 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Car Rental/Dry Cleaner 74316 Mon. through Sat. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Ceramic Shop 74795 Daily 5 to 9 p.m. Columbia College 75555 Mon. to Thurs. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fri. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Community Bank 751 16 Mon., Wed., Fri. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tues., Thurs. 8 to 1 1 a.m. (New accounts) Cuban Club 75962 Mon. through Sat. 1 1 a.m. to 9 p.m. Denich Gym 77262 Mon. 5 a.m. to midnight Tues. through Sat. 24/7 Sun. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Gas Station 74670 Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (cash) 24/7 (credit/debit card) Jamaican Jerk House 2325 Sun. through Thurs. 5 to 9 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 5 to 10 p.m. Library 4700 Mon. through Sat. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun. Noon to 9 p.m. McDonalds 3797 Mon. through Thurs. 5 a.m. to 1 1 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 5 a.m. to 2 a.m. Marina 2345 Mon. 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 2227 Tues. through Fri. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon. 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 2508 Sun. through Thurs. 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 7 a.m. to midnight Paperclips 74603 Mon. through Fri. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon. through Fri. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. RadioGTMO 2300 Mon. through Thurs. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fri. 10 a.m. to noon SCSI 77362 Mon. through Fri. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Subway 2416 Mon. through Sat. 6 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Treasures & Trivia 74860 Mon. 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 2212 Mon. through Fri. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wed. 1:15 to 3:30 p.m. (W alk-ins) Get your tickets this weekend from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the NEX Atrium!

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October 1, 2010 7 GTMO Shopper For more information, call HRO at 4441. For more information, call 74788. For more information, call 3500. FURNITURE GARAGE SALES the Migrant Operations Cen ter. Eligible applicants must have 1 year security experi ence. Call Yolanda Lacaba at 76500 or e-mail a resume to ylacaba@geogroup.com Adjunct Teaching Faculty at Columbia College. Multiple subjects needed. E-mail your resume to Mike Matheny at mpmatheny@ccis.edu. Enrollment Assistant at Columbia College. E-mail your resume to Mike Matheny at mpmatheny@ccis.edu. Full time cashier/admin at Paperclips. Immediate Job Opening, must be a U.S. citizen. For more information call Andrew or Mona at x74603 or x90721. GTMO JOB OPPORTUNITIES #LH10-053 : Business Manager at NAVSTA. (GS0301-13) #LH10-055 : Supervisory General Engineer at USNH (GS-0801-13) #LH10-056 : Materials Han dler at FISC (WG-6907-05) #LH10-057 : Facilities Man agement Specialist at USNH (GS-1640-11) #LH10-061 : Family Life Spe cialist at FFSC (GS-0101-09) #LH10-062 : Security Special ist at NCTAMS (GS-0080-09) #LH10-063 : Supervisory Tele communications Specialist at NCTAMS (GS-0391-12)HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE JOBS #10-CUB-166 Education & Training Technician. GS1702-04. Closes Dec. 31.DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE EDUCATION ACTIVITY VEHICLES ABANDONED VEHICLE LISTINGAs 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 e-mail Joseph.Ulep@usnbgtmo.navy.mil Reg. Number Make Model Color VINUnknown 1989 Dodge Caravan Unknown Unknown 1973 Ford Unknown Blue UNREADABLE C-3674 1983 Chevrolet Covelt Blue Unknown Unknown Unknown Arctic Cat Daytona/ Tigershark RAJ05520C494 C-3954 1986 Buick Regal Black Unknown 1985 Dodge Colt Teal JB3BA24K0GV62404 Unknown 1980 Ford Mustang Matte black C-5217 Unknown Chevy Corisca C-4716 Unknown Dodge 1500 Truck Blue 1GNEV16K2KF126678 C-3594 Unknown Toyota Corolla JT2EL31D8J0289168 C-6247 1993 Dodge Shadow Green 1B3XP6839PN12060 C-4987 1986 Ford Escort Gray Unknown Unknown Chevrolet Chevy Van 20 1GCEG25Z5M7122693 Unknown Unknown Chevrolet Chevy Van 10 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 Unknown Unknown Unknown Chevrolet Pick-up Black 2GCDC14H4D1160567 Unknown 1985 Nissan Sentra Blue 1N4PB1258GC755909 C-5420 1986 Ford F-150 Blue/Gray 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 Unknown 1991 Cheverolet Corisca Biege 1GLT5SG4ME149846 Unknown 1985 Cheverolet Cheve Van30 1GCG35M8F7203273 C-8899 Unknown Ford Mustang Gray C-0699 1988 Dodge RAM 350 K341250K 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 C-5618 1985 Chevrolet Costum Delux 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 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 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 Unknown Unknown Ford LTD Victoria 2FABPFXFX136180 C-1117 1984 Ford Econoline 441520 1995 Ford 1FBJS31H9SHC03305 Unknown Unknown Dodge Ram Black 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 JB7FL29E2HP028820 C-6047 1993 Pontiac Grand Am Black 1GNNE1434PM599803 C-3617 1982 Cheverolet Chevette Blue 1G1A3B38CXUnknown Unknown Chevrolet Corisca Blue C-0499 Unknown Toyota Hilux Blue Unknown C-6265 1990 Dodge Ram 150 1B7GE16X9LS719220 Unknown Unknown Oldsmobile Deluxe88 1G3HN54COJ1830234 C-2257 1979 Ford Mustang Blue C-8654 Unknown Ford Unknown Gray/black F15ECHJ4834 Unknown 1989 Chevy S-10 1gccs142618136757 C-5420 1995 Ford F-350 Unknown 1989 Ford Ranger 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 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 Unknown Administration and Finance Consultant Duties include: accounts receivable/payable, budget maintenance, preparation of reports, maintain meeting min utes, and bank reconciliations. Knowledge in SAP Front End Financial System is a plus. For more information, please call Kelli Owens @ 74788.IOM POSITIONS MISCELLANEOUS WANTED ELECTRONICS DIVE GEAR Bed, Dresser, Night Table, Box Spring & Mattress $100. Five 4x6Area Rugs, brown in various patterns $8 each or all for $25. Two solid wood end tables $20. Small Chest/TV stand $20. Call 77523. Small 3 drawer chest, $20. Call 77806. Corner computer desk $40. Call 90588. Retread needs a vocalist and substitute guitarist. Serious inquiries only. Own gear preferred but not necessary. Call 79404 or email mamacoco78@gmail.com. Call 77004 or e-mail madcyko@yahoo.com. SCSI modem. $45. Available immediately. Call 3368 or 79080. Nikon D60 Digital SLR w/ Nikkor 18-55 mm AF-S/ VR Lens; Nikkor 55200 mm AF-S/VR Zoom Batteries & Charger; Battery Grip for Camera; Semi Soft Case for Camera & Lens Bag for Zoom Lens; 4gb memory card; Nikon Software; Computer Connecting Cable. $800 for all. Email preilly181@aol.com or call 8712(day), 3956(after 6 p.m.). Color TV. $45. Call 75749. SCSI modem. $45. Call 75749. condition. $1,100 OBO. FMI 72610/77001. great $750 OBO. FMI 72610/77001. pick-up truck/2DR, excellent, automatic, AC. No maintenance needed. CD player, 109,000 K. $4,200. Call Nash at 78468. tires/front brakes, computer. $3500. Call 77427 / 4333. Mares Raptor Dive Fins. Small-Green. Barley used. $50. Call 3368 or 79080. (3 sets) $20+. Mens and womens sizes. Call 75749. $260. w/ Amp, Gig bag, Picks,Strap & Strings & CD. Guitar Effects Vox Tonelab ST, Tube. $230. $150. w/ Gig bag, CD, Strings & strap. Seymour Duncan Acoustic pick-up $60. Guitar Cliff $25. Call Bert @ 79128 / 74933. PETSCat, free to a good home. Very sweet and playful. Call 78854 after 4 p.m. or 4520 during the day. King size bed frame w/ head board. Call 79480. play at Ricks Lounge 75517 for more info. TUTORINGMath or language arts Montana state secondary tutor in your home or mine. Please call 78817 to set up a time and location. Fat PSP + Many Extras. $125 OBO. Call 77207 or e-mail wadelowery@ gmail.com. PS3 160 GB Drakes Fortune Bundle includes game, controller, all cords, extra Hi Def cords. $250. Ask for Tom after 4 p.m., x78224. gun. $215. Mint Condition with Original Packaging. E-mail wadelowery@ gmail.com. Excellent Condition, AC. $5,800 OBO. Call 90667. Scooter, 250 cc 4-cyl engine, red/silver with 401 miles on engine. Needs to have electrical problem Comes w/ 2 helmets. $350. Call 77201. Saturday, Oct. 2. Villamar 20C, 9 a.m. to noon. Saturday, Oct 2. VL 14C. 7-11 a.m. Childrens/ womens clothes. 14K yellow gold vintage pocket watch, 15jewel, Roman numeral markers. Mint condition. Fully functional. $200 Firm. Call 77201. Rebuilt 1946 Hamilton wristwatch, Brandon swing lugs, 10K gold w/ new brown Speidel leather band, $150 Firm. Call 77201. Two new Gucci leather watchbands, black or brown, $15 ea. or $10 for both Firm. Call 77201. JEWELRYMarks adult open heel $50 Firm. Call 77201. VEHICLES BB Value $3765 asking $3200 OBO, New Battery and Oil Change, all original documentation and Owners Manual Included. FMI 77703. excellent condition, CD. 17 Rims, tinted windows, Low millage, sunroofs, $15,500 OBO. Call Alex 79536 or 9981. Email mustafagiryan@yahoo.com. Vulcan custom classic. Kuryakyn hypercharger grip set w/ throttle boss, 2:1 exhaust, new mustang seat/backrest, wind shield, ignition, chrome paint, saddle bags, gloves, helmet and vest. Low miles. Never laid down. $5,000. Call 74355 or 84132. One brand new 3x5 green fringed rug with sunflower print pattern $12. Call 77201. Large solid wood desk w/ 32x68x29 w/ Rolling Chair. $200 OBO. Call 75817, leave message. TEXTBOOKSEcon293. $35. Call 77720. LOST & FOUNDLost: Zippo Lighter. Left it on the bus. Large coin on the back and US ship on front. Cash reward, name a price, no questions. Call 77338.

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