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 Material Information
Title: The Kings Bay periscope
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 40 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Naval Submarine Base (Kings Bay, Ga.)
Publisher: Ultra Type Inc.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Jacksonville, Fla
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Navy-yards and naval stations -- Periodicals -- Georgia -- Kings Bay   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Camden -- Kings Bay
United States of America -- Florida -- Jacksonville
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with v. 1, no. 1 (June 15, 1979).
Issuing Body: Published for the Naval Submarine Support Base, Kings Bay, Ga.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 14, 1997; title from caption.
General Note: Earlier issues published: Kings Bay, Ga. : Naval Submarine Support Base. Jacksonville, Fla. : Ultra Type Inc. <1997->
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Jan. 30, 1998.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 57252699
lccn - 2004233881
Classification: lcc - VA70.G4 K56
System ID: UF00098617:00136


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1 Kings Bay Dialing Plan Quick Reference DIAL PLAN On Base: 7 Digit Commercial or DSN Telephone Number JAX NAS: 96+7 Digit Telephone Number JAX Area: 96+7 Digit Telephone Number Mayport: 96+7 Digit Telephone Number Local Area: 99+7 Digit Telephone Number FTS Long Distance: 98+1+10 Digit Commercial Telephone Number DSN CONUS: 7 Digit DSN Telephone Number or <94>+7 Digit DSN Number DSN OCONUS: 10 Digit Telephone Number or <94>+10 Digit Telephone Number Toll Free: 99+1+10 Digit Toll Free Number International: 98+011+CAC+CC+ Number Emergency: 911 Operator: 0 Private Facilities Access o #62+Number, Northrup Grumman MGR o 77+ Number, Lockheed o 78+ Number, General Dynamics o 79+Number, Northrup Grumman o 713+1800 Number, Lockheed 800 1 Digit Speed Calling #1 thru #7 2 Digit Speed Calling #20 thru #49 Call Forward All Calls *72 Activate, *73 Deactivate DIALING EXAMPLES On Base: 573 1234 JAX NAS: 96 542 5555 Mayport: 96 270 5555 Local: 99 227 1234 FTS Long Distance: 98 1 252 555 1212 DSN CONUS: 555 1234 or 94 555 1234 DSN OCONUS: 315 555 1234 or 94 315 555 1234 Toll Free: 99 1 800 555 1234 Emergence: 911 By Commander, Submarine Group Ten Public Affairs Commander, Submarine Group 10, is the first submarine group to launch an official command blog. A blog is a type of Web site regular ly maintained by an individual with entries of commentary, personal views and opinions. The Submarine Group 10 blog dif fers from its Facebook page by pro viding a forum for bloggers to share information, special events, mile stones and concerns with fellow sub mariners, families, the local commu nity, and to reach a larger audience. The Facebook page is a central ized outlet for sharing published arti cles and photo graphs with other Facebook mem bers, whereas, the blog is open to the general public with no require ment to join. The Submarine Group Ten Blog discusses com mand expectations, interesting aspects of life aboard ballistic missile submarines, guided missile subma rines and what it is like to serve in Kings Bay. The most frequent blogger is Rear Adm. Barry Bruner, commander, Submarine Group Ten, with other bloggers from around Kings Bay. Two recent contributors are the Omaha Trophy winner, USS Maryland (SSBN 738) (Gold) com manding officer Cmdr. Jeff Grimes writing about Thinking Outside the Box and CSG-10 Chief of Staff, Capt. Bill Traubs post Are Your Standards High Enough. With more than 2,000 views to date, the blog is a diverse and interesting use of social media to invite followers to interact with senior leadership and other blog contributors. Readers are invited to pose questions and com ments onto the blog. Visit the blog at www.subgroup10.com. THE kings bay, georgia Kickoff time Page 10 Up Periscope Page 9 Pepper sprayed Pages 4, 5 Submarine Group Ten to have blog NSB Pass and ID open new hours Photos by MC3 Eric Tretter Hands Across The Boarder Top, law enforcement personnel from several agencies in Georgia and Florida gathered at the annual Hands Across the Border with the common goal of encouraging safe driving and to help save lives Friday, Sept. 4 at the Georgia Welcome Center off Interstate 95. Above, left, representatives of both Georgia and Florida Highway Patrols shake hands to seal the cooperation of the two departments. Above, right, police officer David Schiandras Beat the Heat 1979 Chevrolet Malibu was on hand. shares information, Bruner From Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay N6 Information Systems The Department of Defense standard Telephone System dialing plan and replace ment voice mail system will be implemented at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 10. Defense Switched Network standardization of dial ing plans in DOD switches ensures end-to-end interoper ability across the global DSN. The DSN standardized dial ing plan includes a significant change in the day-to-day use of on-base telephone services. Four-digit dialing will now be seven-digit dialing on base. Old AUDIX will remain avail able at 573-2714 for access Photo by MC1 (SW) Joe Sabo Change of charge From left, CWO3 David Joyner, Lt. j.g. Russell Becker and CM1 (Ret.) Dexter Daughtry salute the departure of Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 202 Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Gerald McNally at change of charge ceremony, Aug. 28. Becker relieved Joyner as officer in charge of the Kings Bay detachment. Becker comes from Navy Mobile Construction Battalion Seven where he was the Bravo Co. Commander. Joiner spent three years as officer in charge of the detachment here. He is moving on to become the Training Officer at NMCB 24 in Huntsville, Ala. New phone system installed Emergency: 911 Four-digit base dialing will need seven digits now See Phone, Page 2 From Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay Security Detachment Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay Security Detachment announced new operating hours for Franklin and Stimson Pass and ID gate offices. The new hours for the Pass And ID offices at both gates will change starting at 6 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 1. Franklin Gates Pass and ID office will be open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday. It will be closed Saturday and Sunday. Stimson Gates Pass and ID office will be open 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Kings Bay Deputy Security Officer H.R. Bud Lett said the change is due to the contract with Securiguard expiring and a new one being awarded to Lockheed Martin. It will be a total of 12 fewer hours over a seven-day period, for both gates, Lett said. This change in operating hours only effect Pass and ID offices. No change in entry control point access will be effected. Franklin Gate closes at 6 p.m., Fridays, and opens at 5 a.m., Mondays. Stimson clos es at 6 p.m., Mondays through Thursdays, and remains open on weekends.



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1 KingsBay Dialing Plan Quick Reference DIAL PLAN On Base: 7 Digit Commercial or DSN Telephone Number JAXNAS: 96+7 Digit Telephone Number JAXArea: 96+7 Digit Telephone Number Mayport: 96+7 Digit Telephone Number Local Area: 99+7 Digit Telephone Number FTS Long Distance: 98+1+10 Digit Commercial Telephone Number DSN CONUS: 7 Digit DSN Telephone Number or <94>+7 Digit DSN Number DSN OCONUS: 10 Digit Telephone Number or <94>+10 Digit Telephone Number Toll Free: 99+1+10 Digit Toll Free Number International: 98+011+CAC+CC+ Number Emergency: 911 Operator: 0 Private Facilities Access o #62+Number, Northrup Grumman MGR o 77+ Number, Lockheed o 78+ Number, General Dynamics o 79+Number, Northrup Grumman o 713+1800 Number, Lockheed 800 1 Digit Speed Calling #1 thru #7 2 Digit Speed Calling #20 thru #49 Call Forward All Calls *72 Activate, *73 Deactivate DIALING EXAMPLES On Base: 573 1234 JAXNAS: 96 542 5555 Mayport: 96 270 5555 Local: 99 227 1234 FTS Long Distance: 98 1 252 555 1212 DSN CONUS: 555 1234 or 94 555 1234 DSN OCONUS: 315 555 1234 or 94 315 555 1234 Toll Free: 99 1 800 555 1234 Emergence: 911 By Commander, Submarine Group Ten Public Affairs Commander, Submarine Group 10, is the first submarine group to launch an official command blog. A blog is a type of Web site regular ly maintained by an individual with entries of commentary, personal views and opinions. The Submarine Group 10 blog dif fers from its Facebook page by providing a forum for bloggers to share information, special events, mile stones and concerns with fellow sub mariners, families, the local commu nity, and to reach a larger audience. The Facebook page is a central ized outlet for sharing published arti cles and photo graphs with other Facebook mem bers, whereas, the blog is open to the general public with no require ment to join. The Submarine Group Ten Blog discusses com mand expectations, interesting aspects of life aboard ballistic missile submarines, guided missile subma rines and what it is like to serve in Kings Bay. The most frequent blogger is Rear Adm. Barry Bruner, commander, Submarine Group Ten, with other bloggers from around Kings Bay. Two recent contributors are the Omaha Trophy winner, USS Maryland (SSBN 738) (Gold) commanding officer Cmdr. Jeff Grimes writing about Thinking Outside the Box and CSG-10 Chief of Staff, Capt. Bill Traubs post Are Your Standards High Enough. With more than 2,000 views to date, the blog is a diverse and interesting use of social media to invite followers to interact with senior leadership and other blog contributors. Readers are invited to pose questions and com ments onto the blog. Visit the blog at www.subgroup10.com. THE kings bay, georgia Kickoff time Page 10 Up Periscope Page 9 Pepper sprayed Pages 4, 5 Submarine Group Ten to have blogNSB Pass and ID open new hours Photos by MC3 Eric TretterHands Across The BoarderTop, law enforcement personnel from several agencies in Georgia and Florida gathered at the annual Hands Across the Border with the common goal of encouraging safe driving and to help save lives Friday, Sept. 4 at the Georgia Welcome Center off Interstate 95. Above, left, representatives of both Georgia and Florida Highway Patrols shake hands to seal the cooperation of the two departments. Above, right, police officer David Schiandras Beat the Heat 1979 Chevrolet Malibu was on hand. shares information, Bruner From Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay N6 Information SystemsThe Department of Defense standard Telephone System dialing plan and replace ment voice mail system will be implemented at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 10. Defense Switched Network standardization of dial ing plans in DOD switches ensures end-to-end interoper ability across the global DSN. The DSN standardized dial ing plan includes a significant change in the day-to-day use of on-base telephone services. Four-digit dialing will now be seven-digit dialing on base. Old AUDIX will remain avail able at 573-2714 for access -Photo by MC1 (SW) Joe SaboChange of chargeFrom left, CWO3 David Joyner, Lt. j.g. Russell Becker and CM1 (Ret.) Dexter Daughtry salute the departure of Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 202 Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Gerald McNally at change of charge ceremony, Aug. 28. Becker relieved Joyner as officer in charge of the Kings Bay detachment. Becker comes from Navy Mobile Construction Battalion Seven where he was the Bravo Co. Commander. Joiner spent three years as officer in charge of the detachment here. He is moving on to become the Training Officer at NMCB 24 in Huntsville, Ala.New phone system installed Emergency: 911Four-digit base dialing will need seven digits nowSee Phone, Page 2 From Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay Security DetachmentNaval Submarine Base Kings Bay Security Detachment announced new operating hours for Franklin and Stimson Pass and ID gate offices. The new hours for the Pass And ID offices at both gates will change starting at 6 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 1. Franklin Gates Pass and ID office will be open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday. It will be closed Saturday and Sunday. Stimson Gates Pass and ID office will be open 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Kings Bay Deputy Security Officer H.R. Bud Lett said the change is due to the contract with Securiguard expiring and a new one being awarded to Lockheed Martin. It will be a total of 12 fewer hours over a seven-day period, for both gates, Lett said. This change in operating hours only effect Pass and ID offices. No change in entry control point access will be effected. Franklin Gate closes at 6 p.m., Fridays, and opens at 5 a.m., Mondays. Stimson clos es at 6 p.m., Mondays through Thursdays, and remains open on weekends.