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Title: Guantánamo Bay gazette
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Publisher: U.S. Naval Base
Place of Publication: Guantánamo Bay Cuba
Guantánamo Bay, Cuba
Publication Date: 1/28/2011
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The amphibious dock landing ship USS Gunston Hall (LSD 44) departed Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Jan. 26. Two of four emergency diesel generators on board Gunston Hall experienced mechanical malfunctions, causing the ship to extend its port visit to approx imately one week. Gunston Hall was originally scheduled to be in port for less than eight hours. During Gunson Halls visit, the Port Operations department Boatswains Mate 1st Class (SW/ AW) Lisa Alkire, Port Operations To repair the generators, Gun ston Hall and the Fleet Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville detach ment on Guantanamo Bay coordinat functioned generator parts, said Alkire. During the week-long visit, personnel aboard Gunston Hall remained busy by conducting training curity Cooperation Task Force. We still have a mission, so Gunston Hall back on track Guantanamo facilitated repairs after two of four generators fail on ship we still have something to do. This keeps the ball rolling, Gunston Hall is deployed to Caribbean and Latin Amer ican nations to provide humanitarian aid as part of Am phibious-Southern Partnership Station (A-SPS) 2011.MC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs The amphibious dock landing ship USS Gunston Hall (LSD 44) personnel prepare to shift colors before departing Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Jan. 26. The amphibious dock landing ship USS Gunston Hall (LSD 44) departs Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Jan. 26. PHOTO B Y MCC(SW) BILL MES T A PHOTO B Y MCC(SW) BILL MES T A

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PAGE 3 S AIL OR WEEKPosition: Currently working on: How the Navy improved his life: Greatest accomplishment: Greatest passion: Id give anything to meet: Favorite quote: Advice to others: Favorite sports team: Favorite hobby: S ailor of the W eek because: MA2 L OUIS TR UPPIOFTHEChinara LucasSecretary of the Navy Public AffairsWASHINGTON, D.C. (NNS)The secretary of the navy reached out to prominent industry leaders during a Washington, D.C., summit Jan. 25, in an ef fort to have them incorporate the use of alter native fuels in their push for a clean economy. During the Clean Energy Summit, Secretary Ray Mabus began his review of the Navy (DoN) from fossil fuels to alternative fuels will have on the economy on a basic level. A clean energy economy supports American workers and creates new Mabus continued by trying to increase understanding of the implications of fossil-fuel by discussing our countrys dependence on it. History has taught us the competition for resources has been one of the fundamental causes of war for centuMabus said the dependence on fossil fuel continued to produce bad results during the time of war by endangering Sailors and Marines charged with guarding convoys bringing energy to bases and machinery. He urged that the solution to this reliance and resulting war and loss of lives is the utilization of alter native fuels. He relayed information about DoN biofuel and a MH-60 Seahawk helicopter on an algae-based biofuel. Mabus said substitutions such as this would reduce the need for altercation caused by limited availability. Neither feedstock impacts the food planted in rotation, and algae well, its yond the abundance of ingredients necessary for their creation. Mabus said that implementing alternative fuels will save the American people money. I am very pleased that the cost of Mabus. As more is produced and as Mabus provided a hybrid-electric an example of alternative fuels resulting in continued savings. During the course of the ships life, Mabus said it will save up to $250 million at todays fuel prices, and if fuel prices increase, the savings will become greater. Sangi, Afghanistan, was also presented by Mabus as an example of alternative energy at its best. Through this pilot program, Mabus said Marines have reduced the amount of fossil fuel they use by 20 percent. As a consequence, Marines utilize fuel convoys less. If this program can be expanded, it has the potential to achieve monetary tant than saving money, fuel economy will improve both the security and comHe said that increasing the amount of will respectively create more capable units and extend the range of strike missions. Its about ensuring the safety and the Navy Secretary pushes for alternative energy sources ROAD RAGE GTMOMarines are known for their hard work and self-discipline, especially when it comes to marching Every time I watch them complete even the methodical tasks, I see precision with each movement. In order to accomplish this, it takes practice and self control. Why might it be important to be self-Practicing Self ControlWhen I pulled into a parking spot at Bulkely Hall yesterday morning I had smoke pouring from my ears and my face was contorted into a furious expression that my mother warned would be permanent if I didnt cut it out. commute, one of GTMOs residents turn onto Sherman Avenue. I screeched to a halt and noticed they did not even look around to see if anyone was comface with a delicious breakfast sandwich. My trip to work was from Nob Hill to ten minutes, 30 seconds. In addition to the McDriver, I encountered roughly 40 automobiles, 14 pedestrians, seven joggers and three cyclists. Each of them were traveling down Sherman Avenue safely and following all of GTMOs trafalong the way could have had something to do with thatkeep up the good work, folks.) My commute was a stark reminder that there are many hazards on the bases roadways and that we all need to use caution as we use them. The roadways at GTMO were originally used as horse trails. With a speed limit of 25 miles-per-hour, there was never a need to engineer a super-highway. When you look at the map of GTMOs roads today, it is almost identical of yester-year when horses were used to commute to work. To add to the charm of GTMOs road system, our streets are used for a wide variety of reasons and by various forms of transportations. Fitness and energy conservation are two hot topics in todays military. Runnitely doing their part to stay in shape, save gasoline, and cut down on pollution. Unfortunately, some residents who frequently engage in these modes of transportation have a total disregard for safety and common sense. On a recent journey down Sherman Avenue, I drove up a hill with the blinding, early evening sunlight in my eyes. As I crested the hill, I was confronted with He casually waved to me as my bumper came within inches of wiping him out. The icing on the cake was that there was a sidewalk a mere two feet away from the athlete. I know what all of the runners are saying right now: Running ly as much pain as a steel bumper. Most of GTMOs cyclists are very cau tious and follow the rules of the road. My good friend has been using his bike to commute around base for years and al clists, however, have total disregard for A couple of months ago, I encountered one such cyclist on Sherman, in front of EDITORIALS McDonalds. This McCyclist was having a the roadway from Gold Hill Towers to ward the main road. While he saw me barreling down the road at a smoking 24 mph, he still blew past the stop sign, and cut right in front of the grill of my truck. All vehicles on base, including bikes, including stop sings and the direction in which you are traveling. To not folGTMOs roads in danger. GTMOs runners and cyclists, let me admiles per hour seems like an incredibly slow speed to many of us. But our roads are old horse trails. Certain times of the day present drivers with sun that is totally blinding. There are many stretches of roadway that have very poor lighting at night, making it impossible to see anything not directly in our headlights. Aside from all that common sense cated to people who died while driving on base, that are a testament to just how dangerous GTMOs roads can be. We must exercise caution when we are driving around base and remember that base residents have just as much right to use the roads in a non-motorized fashion as those in an automobile. The roadways at GTMO are one the most critical parts of the bases infrastructure. Please keep this thought in mind as you pull into the street with a delicious McSandwich. We all use the naval stations roads to get us where we need to go, and it is each of our responsibility to make sure that they are used properly and safely. disciplined in more than just your career? Think of money; if you do not keep a record of how you spend it, then it is possible that you will over spend. Cer leave you in debt and it can mess with your military career. Spiritually, God calls us to be self-disciplined so as to not to falter during our walk with Him. David and rightful heir to his fathers throne. In 2 Samuel 13, Amnons lack of lusts, caused great disgrace on his family and ultimately cost him the crown. He was killed at the hands of his vengeful brother. If he had contained himself and had been self-disciplined he could have vast domain. his subordinates and keep him or her in good standing with his superiors, his peers, and with God. Self-control in leadership as in life, like that of Marines performing drills, shows a higher standard of morality. May you all practice self-control in every decision you make. Lt. Douglas HolmesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Deputy Command Chaplain MCC(SW) Bill MestaNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs

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PAGE 3 S AIL OR WEEKPosition: Currently working on: How the Navy improved his life: Greatest accomplishment: Greatest passion: Id give anything to meet: Favorite quote: Advice to others: Favorite sports team: Favorite hobby: S ailor of the W eek because: MA2 L OUIS TR UPPIOFTHEChinara LucasSecretary of the Navy Public AffairsWASHINGTON, D.C. (NNS)The secretary of the navy reached out to prominent industry leaders during a Washington, D.C., summit Jan. 25, in an ef fort to have them incorporate the use of alter native fuels in their push for a clean economy. During the Clean Energy Summit, Secretary Ray Mabus began his review of the Navy (DoN) from fossil fuels to alternative fuels will have on the economy on a basic level. A clean energy economy supports American workers and creates new Mabus continued by trying to increase understanding of the implications of fossil-fuel by discussing our countrys dependence on it. History has taught us the competition for resources has been one of the fundamental causes of war for centuMabus said the dependence on fossil fuel continued to produce bad results during the time of war by endangering Sailors and Marines charged with guarding convoys bringing energy to bases and machinery. He urged that the solution to this reliance and resulting war and loss of lives is the utilization of alter native fuels. He relayed information about DoN biofuel and a MH-60 Seahawk helicopter on an algae-based biofuel. Mabus said substitutions such as this would reduce the need for altercation caused by limited availability. Neither feedstock impacts the food planted in rotation, and algae well, its yond the abundance of ingredients necessary for their creation. Mabus said that implementing alternative fuels will save the American people money. I am very pleased that the cost of Mabus. As more is produced and as Mabus provided a hybrid-electric an example of alternative fuels resulting in continued savings. During the course of the ships life, Mabus said it will save up to $250 million at todays fuel prices, and if fuel prices increase, the savings will become greater. Sangi, Afghanistan, was also presented by Mabus as an example of alternative energy at its best. Through this pilot program, Mabus said Marines have reduced the amount of fossil fuel they use by 20 percent. As a consequence, Marines utilize fuel convoys less. If this program can be expanded, it has the potential to achieve monetary tant than saving money, fuel economy will improve both the security and comHe said that increasing the amount of will respectively create more capable units and extend the range of strike missions. Its about ensuring the safety and the Navy Secretary pushes for alternative energy sources ROAD RAGE GTMOMarines are known for their hard work and self-discipline, especially when it comes to marching Every time I watch them complete even the methodical tasks, I see precision with each movement. In order to accomplish this, it takes practice and self control. Why might it be important to be self-Practicing Self ControlWhen I pulled into a parking spot at Bulkely Hall yesterday morning I had smoke pouring from my ears and my face was contorted into a furious expression that my mother warned would be permanent if I didnt cut it out. commute, one of GTMOs residents turn onto Sherman Avenue. I screeched to a halt and noticed they did not even look around to see if anyone was comface with a delicious breakfast sandwich. My trip to work was from Nob Hill to ten minutes, 30 seconds. In addition to the McDriver, I encountered roughly 40 automobiles, 14 pedestrians, seven joggers and three cyclists. Each of them were traveling down Sherman Avenue safely and following all of GTMOs trafalong the way could have had something to do with thatkeep up the good work, folks.) My commute was a stark reminder that there are many hazards on the bases roadways and that we all need to use caution as we use them. The roadways at GTMO were originally used as horse trails. With a speed limit of 25 miles-per-hour, there was never a need to engineer a super-highway. When you look at the map of GTMOs roads today, it is almost identical of yester-year when horses were used to commute to work. To add to the charm of GTMOs road system, our streets are used for a wide variety of reasons and by various forms of transportations. Fitness and energy conservation are two hot topics in todays military. Runnitely doing their part to stay in shape, save gasoline, and cut down on pollution. Unfortunately, some residents who frequently engage in these modes of transportation have a total disregard for safety and common sense. On a recent journey down Sherman Avenue, I drove up a hill with the blinding, early evening sunlight in my eyes. As I crested the hill, I was confronted with He casually waved to me as my bumper came within inches of wiping him out. The icing on the cake was that there was a sidewalk a mere two feet away from the athlete. I know what all of the runners are saying right now: Running ly as much pain as a steel bumper. Most of GTMOs cyclists are very cau tious and follow the rules of the road. My good friend has been using his bike to commute around base for years and al clists, however, have total disregard for A couple of months ago, I encountered one such cyclist on Sherman, in front of EDITORIALS McDonalds. This McCyclist was having a the roadway from Gold Hill Towers to ward the main road. While he saw me barreling down the road at a smoking 24 mph, he still blew past the stop sign, and cut right in front of the grill of my truck. All vehicles on base, including bikes, including stop sings and the direction in which you are traveling. To not folGTMOs roads in danger. GTMOs runners and cyclists, let me admiles per hour seems like an incredibly slow speed to many of us. But our roads are old horse trails. Certain times of the day present drivers with sun that is totally blinding. There are many stretches of roadway that have very poor lighting at night, making it impossible to see anything not directly in our headlights. Aside from all that common sense cated to people who died while driving on base, that are a testament to just how dangerous GTMOs roads can be. We must exercise caution when we are driving around base and remember that base residents have just as much right to use the roads in a non-motorized fashion as those in an automobile. The roadways at GTMO are one the most critical parts of the bases infrastructure. Please keep this thought in mind as you pull into the street with a delicious McSandwich. We all use the naval stations roads to get us where we need to go, and it is each of our responsibility to make sure that they are used properly and safely. disciplined in more than just your career? Think of money; if you do not keep a record of how you spend it, then it is possible that you will over spend. Cer leave you in debt and it can mess with your military career. Spiritually, God calls us to be self-disciplined so as to not to falter during our walk with Him. David and rightful heir to his fathers throne. In 2 Samuel 13, Amnons lack of lusts, caused great disgrace on his family and ultimately cost him the crown. He was killed at the hands of his vengeful brother. If he had contained himself and had been self-disciplined he could have vast domain. his subordinates and keep him or her in good standing with his superiors, his peers, and with God. Self-control in leadership as in life, like that of Marines performing drills, shows a higher standard of morality. May you all practice self-control in every decision you make. Lt. Douglas HolmesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Deputy Command Chaplain MCC(SW) Bill MestaNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs

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PAGE 5 R&R Captains LicenseTHE S TUD Y GUIDE, LESSONS, AND LICENSE ARE 100 PER CENT FREE.STEP ONE STEP TWO STEP THREE STEP FOUR STEP FIVE by the number FISHING B O A T S PONTOON BO A TS. TEN ARE $10/HOUR, TEN ARE NEWER AND COS T $14/HOUR CAMPING TENT S. R OLLING COOLERS NEW LIFE VESTS. MEDIUM, LAR GE, AND EXTRA LAR GE SIZE ADULT LIFE VES T S SOON-TOARRIVE INFANT AND CHILD LIFE VESTS. THE CHILD AND INF ANT LIFE VES T S WERE ORDERED IN NOVEMBER, AND SHOULD ARRIVE SOON. Photos and story by MC3 Leona Mynes DIVING, SWIMMING, SNORKELING, FISHING, BOATING, WATER SKIING... THERE IS A SEEMINGL Y ENDLESS NUMBER OF RECREATIONAL A CTIVITIES TO DO ON GUANTANAMO BAY. THE MORALE, WELFARE, AND RECREATION (MWR) MARINA, THE BASES OUT D OOR RE C REATION HUB, MA KES IT ALL POSSIBLE. The MWR marina makes the bay acces Cory Geiger, Guantanamos Outdoor The marinas prices for recreational boating range from $3 for paddle boats to $14 for a newer pontoon boat. All-day or all-night boat rental prices are among the most competitive in the world when it comes to MWR, said Geiger. When I hear people say, there is nothing to do here, or GTMO is so bor ing, it makes me wonder what island ful place that people need to get out and see. You cant experience a location if you choose to stay inside, and not get out and Enjoying the bay is made possible by the marinas captains license program, members. We work with people all the time who have never driven a boat in their Aside from boat rentals and captains licenses, the marina is an outdoor recbikes, road bikes, kayaks, coolers and two-person to three-bedroom tents for camping. They are activities that are good for said Geiger. Included in the list of things to do outdoors on GTMO: Hike the ridgeline Bike to Cable Beach Go kayaking Go snorkeling Take an evening boat cruise The marina is a one-stop shop for ev

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PAGE 5 R&R Captains LicenseTHE S TUD Y GUIDE, LESSONS, AND LICENSE ARE 100 PER CENT FREE.STEP ONE STEP TWO STEP THREE STEP FOUR STEP FIVE by the number FISHING B O A T S PONTOON BO A TS. TEN ARE $10/HOUR, TEN ARE NEWER AND COS T $14/HOUR CAMPING TENT S. R OLLING COOLERS NEW LIFE VESTS. MEDIUM, LAR GE, AND EXTRA LAR GE SIZE ADULT LIFE VES T S SOON-TOARRIVE INFANT AND CHILD LIFE VESTS. THE CHILD AND INF ANT LIFE VES T S WERE ORDERED IN NOVEMBER, AND SHOULD ARRIVE SOON. Photos and story by MC3 Leona Mynes DIVING, SWIMMING, SNORKELING, FISHING, BOATING, WATER SKIING... THERE IS A SEEMINGL Y ENDLESS NUMBER OF RECREATIONAL A CTIVITIES TO DO ON GUANTANAMO BAY. THE MORALE, WELFARE, AND RECREATION (MWR) MARINA, THE BASES OUT D OOR RE C REATION HUB, MA KES IT ALL POSSIBLE. The MWR marina makes the bay acces Cory Geiger, Guantanamos Outdoor The marinas prices for recreational boating range from $3 for paddle boats to $14 for a newer pontoon boat. All-day or all-night boat rental prices are among the most competitive in the world when it comes to MWR, said Geiger. When I hear people say, there is nothing to do here, or GTMO is so bor ing, it makes me wonder what island ful place that people need to get out and see. You cant experience a location if you choose to stay inside, and not get out and Enjoying the bay is made possible by the marinas captains license program, members. We work with people all the time who have never driven a boat in their Aside from boat rentals and captains licenses, the marina is an outdoor recbikes, road bikes, kayaks, coolers and two-person to three-bedroom tents for camping. They are activities that are good for said Geiger. Included in the list of things to do outdoors on GTMO: Hike the ridgeline Bike to Cable Beach Go kayaking Go snorkeling Take an evening boat cruise The marina is a one-stop shop for ev

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PAGE 7 aval Station Guantanamo (GTMO) Bay, Cuba, Command Fitness Leaders (CFL) are scheduled to announce the 10-week warning for the spring 2011 Physical Readiness Test (PRT) Feb. 1. Sailors without a sustained level of physical readiness recorded in their record can face hampered or haulted military career intentions, said Navy Counselor tanamo Bay, Cuba. If you cant pass your PRT, pacts transferring to other duty stations, makes overseas and sea duty screenings more complicatPRT failures can end a Sailors By having a PRT failure, it lessens the probability of being approved for Perform-to-Serve, and if youre separated for PRT reasons, you may not get involuntary separation In addition to being involuntarily separated from the Navy, PRT failures will make entering another branch of service or the Navy Reserves very improbable, said Sailors can prepare for the PRT using several ing (PT), paired with Navy Fitness Program readiation (MWR.) MWRs Navy Fitness Program promotes physical and mental readiness, develops positive self concepts, and tor with MWR on GTMO. We do this by providing PRT-compatible equipment that meets Navy stan Group classes include kickboxing, circuit training, indoor cycling, Yoga, Pilates, abdominal workout classes, track workout classes, and other team-building activities, said Henigman. held at least twice per week. In addition to individual workout plans and training programs, MWRs of any branch of service on the base. maintain and improve readiness before the PRT, said Navy Diver 1st Class Brent MONDA Y6 a.m. Group Cycling 5 p.m. Yoga 7 p.m. GTMO MovesTUESDA Y6 a.m. Total Body Conditioning Training Noon 30 Minute Power Abs* 5 p.m. Step n Sculpt 6 p.m. Pilates, CyclingWEDNESDA Y6 a.m. Group Cycling 6 p.m. GTMO Moves 7 p.m. YogaTHURSDA Y6 a.m. Total Body Conditioning Noon 30 Minute Power Abs* 5 p.m. Circuit Training 6 p.m. Step n Sculpt, Cycling 7 p.m. PilatesFRIDA Y6 a.m. Group Cycling 5 p.m. Yoga SA TURDA Y SUNDA Y4 p.m. Belly Dancing All classes are held at the Marine Hill Fitness Center. *Class held at Denich Gym. PH y SiCAL ReADiNeSSR emaining within (and hopefully above) the Navys could keep you from more than just failing the physical readiness test. I t could keep you in the Navy. !MC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs BCA and PF A happen at Denich GymORiley Stephens L OST AND F OUND L OCAL JOBS MOVIESDOWNTOWN L Y CEUMFRIDA Y 7P M : C HRO N I C LE S OF NA R N I A : VOY AG E OF 9PM: BURLE S QUE ( PG 13) 119 MI NS A TURDA Y 7PM: T ANG LE D (PG) 100 MI N9PM: L OVE & OTHER D RU GS ( R ) 113 MI NSUNDA Y 7P M : G REE N HOR N ET (PG13) 119 MI NMONDA Y 7PM: TUESDA Y 7PM: S KYLI N E* (PG13) 94 MI NWEDNESDA Y 7P M : THURSDA Y 7PM: H A RRY P OTTER AND THE D E A THLY *LAS T SHOWING HAPPENINGSHealthy Heart 5 K R un, Free Biggest Loser Competition Movie Hotline O pen R ec Basketball S eason Coffee House S eries CYP Parents Night O ut CYP T een Center S pecial V alentine Cruise, Dinner and Dance. OBITUAR Y R esident Gloria Smith passed away of natural causes at Na val Hospital Guantnamo Bay, Cuba, at the age of 77. Ms. Smith was born in the city of Santiago de Cuba and became a resident of Guanta at the hospital as a nurses aide with the newborns and at the maternity ward. She had been separated from her own children when she decided to remain for her fellow Cuban residents during their medical appointments. She is survived by her two sons R og rently residing in the city of Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. ELECTRONICS FURNITURE YARD S ALES O U T D OOR R EC R EA TIO N M IS CELLANE O U S V EH I CLE S RETIREMENT IGUANA JOE

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PAGE 7 aval Station Guantanamo (GTMO) Bay, Cuba, Command Fitness Leaders (CFL) are scheduled to announce the 10-week warning for the spring 2011 Physical Readiness Test (PRT) Feb. 1. Sailors without a sustained level of physical readiness recorded in their record can face hampered or haulted military career intentions, said Navy Counselor tanamo Bay, Cuba. If you cant pass your PRT, pacts transferring to other duty stations, makes overseas and sea duty screenings more complicatPRT failures can end a Sailors By having a PRT failure, it lessens the probability of being approved for Perform-to-Serve, and if youre separated for PRT reasons, you may not get involuntary separation In addition to being involuntarily separated from the Navy, PRT failures will make entering another branch of service or the Navy Reserves very improbable, said Sailors can prepare for the PRT using several ing (PT), paired with Navy Fitness Program readiation (MWR.) MWRs Navy Fitness Program promotes physical and mental readiness, develops positive self concepts, and tor with MWR on GTMO. We do this by providing PRT-compatible equipment that meets Navy stan Group classes include kickboxing, circuit training, indoor cycling, Yoga, Pilates, abdominal workout classes, track workout classes, and other team-building activities, said Henigman. held at least twice per week. In addition to individual workout plans and training programs, MWRs of any branch of service on the base. maintain and improve readiness before the PRT, said Navy Diver 1st Class Brent MONDA Y6 a.m. Group Cycling 5 p.m. Yoga 7 p.m. GTMO MovesTUESDA Y6 a.m. Total Body Conditioning Training Noon 30 Minute Power Abs* 5 p.m. Step n Sculpt 6 p.m. Pilates, CyclingWEDNESDA Y6 a.m. Group Cycling 6 p.m. GTMO Moves 7 p.m. YogaTHURSDA Y6 a.m. Total Body Conditioning Noon 30 Minute Power Abs* 5 p.m. Circuit Training 6 p.m. Step n Sculpt, Cycling 7 p.m. PilatesFRIDA Y6 a.m. Group Cycling 5 p.m. Yoga SA TURDA Y SUNDA Y4 p.m. Belly Dancing All classes are held at the Marine Hill Fitness Center. *Class held at Denich Gym. PH y SiCAL ReADiNeSSR emaining within (and hopefully above) the Navys could keep you from more than just failing the physical readiness test. I t could keep you in the Navy. !MC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs BCA and PF A happen at Denich GymORiley Stephens L OST AND F OUND L OCAL JOBS MOVIESDOWNTOWN L Y CEUMFRIDA Y 7P M : C HRO N I C LE S OF NA R N I A : VOY AG E OF 9PM: BURLE S QUE ( PG 13) 119 MI NS A TURDA Y 7PM: T ANG LE D (PG) 100 MI N9PM: L OVE & OTHER D RU GS ( R ) 113 MI NSUNDA Y 7P M : G REE N HOR N ET (PG13) 119 MI NMONDA Y 7PM: TUESDA Y 7PM: S KYLI N E* (PG13) 94 MI NWEDNESDA Y 7P M : THURSDA Y 7PM: H A RRY P OTTER AND THE D E A THLY *LAS T SHOWING HAPPENINGSHealthy Heart 5 K R un, Free Biggest Loser Competition Movie Hotline O pen R ec Basketball S eason Coffee House S eries CYP Parents Night O ut CYP T een Center S pecial V alentine Cruise, Dinner and Dance. OBITUAR Y R esident Gloria Smith passed away of natural causes at Na val Hospital Guantnamo Bay, Cuba, at the age of 77. Ms. Smith was born in the city of Santiago de Cuba and became a resident of Guanta at the hospital as a nurses aide with the newborns and at the maternity ward. She had been separated from her own children when she decided to remain for her fellow Cuban residents during their medical appointments. She is survived by her two sons R og rently residing in the city of Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. ELECTRONICS FURNITURE YARD S ALES O U T D OOR R EC R EA TIO N M IS CELLANE O U S V EH I CLE S RETIREMENT IGUANA JOE

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NOTEWORTHY CHANGES LEFT Owen practice intermediate bayonet techniques during training for ABOVE Marines attached to Marine Corps Security Force Company Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, practice forward falling techniques during PHOTO B Y MC3 LEONA MYNES Any day in G TMO PHOTO B Y MC3 LEONA MYNESNavy announces approved uniform changes CNO-approved Uniform Changes CHIEF PETTY OFFICER CUTLASS Aug. 1. A description of the CPO cutlass design can be found in NAVADMIN 025/11. COMMUNICATION DEVICES ries, pagers, etc.) Are authorized for use and wear while in uniform (to include walking). Important information about this change can be found in NAVADMIN 025/11. KHAKI OVERBLOUSE FOR FEMALE OFFICERS AND CPOS CPOs are authorized to wear the poly/wool khaki overblouse as an optional service khaki uniform component. Manner of wear can be found in NAVADMIN 025/11. FLIGHT SUIT MANNER OF WEAR worn with brown undershirts. More information, such as stowing of garrison cover, in NAVADMIN 025/11. CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY OF NAVAL AVIATION. mander, Naval Air Forces.