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Mountaineers
Assumption of Command for
USS West Virginia
Pages 4, 5


Up Periscope
NBA, NCAA hOOp
predictions and more
Page 9


Relief
USS George Washington
aids the Philippines
Page 12


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Vol. 48 Issue 45


www.cnic.navy.mil/kingsbay kingsbayperiscope.jacksonville.com Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013



in schools for military families


Counselors now at 6
Camden Co. schools,
offering services
From Naval Submarine Base, King's
Bay Child and Youth Education
Services School Liaison Office
Life as a military child can be
filled with challenges. Some-
times military children just need
to talk to someone who can lis-
ten and understand their prob-
lems.
Now, Military Family Life
Counselors or MFLC pro-


ounces "em-flecks"- are avail-
able to do just that, counsel with
military school-aged children
and their parents.
The Office of the Secretary of
Defense, in response to the on-
going wars on terror and subse-
quent increases in deployments,
has initiated a new program to
provide counselors in schools
with large populations of mili-
tary children.
Contracted through Magellan
Health Services, these MFLCs
are available to support active
duty members and their fami-
lies by providing casual, non-


medical, short-term counseling
to address issues resulting from
deployments, frequent fam-
ily relocations, family reunions,
loss and more.
Through a Memorandum of
Understanding between Magel-
lan Health Services and Cam-
den County Schools, six Mili-
tary Family Life Counselors are
now available to work with and
support military families in this
school district.
With a focus on prevention,
education and counseling sup-
port, MFLCs provide confiden-
tial services to students and


their parents.
There are no records kept by
MFLCs and no reports made
to school officials or installa-
tion leadership. However, as
licensed social workers, fam-
ily and marriage therapists and
professional counselors, they do
maintain a "duty to warn" when
the health or welfare of a child is
at stake.
Although MFLCs are Masters-
or PhD-level, licensed clinical
counselors, they do not assess,
diagnose or offer treatment to
military students or their family
members. Rather, they work to


i vannan wver gives


Confederate ironclad armour
plate salvaged prior to
channel dredging project
By Billy Birdwell
Army Corps of Engineers
Archeologists working for the Army
Corps of Engineers, Savannah District,
aided by divers and salvage opera-
tions teams from the Navy, retrieved a
64-square-foot section of a Civil War iron-
clad warship from the bottom of the Sa-
vannah River, the evening of Nov. 12.
The divers worked in strong currents
with near-zero visibility during a week
to assess the possibility of lifting a small
piece of the Confederate ship's casemate
for archeological testing.
A crane lifted it onto a barge anchored
near historic Old Fort Jackson on the east-
ern edge of Savannah. Experts estimate
the piece weighs more than 5,000 pounds.
The Confederate navy scuttled the CSS
Georgia in 1864, as Union troops ap-


Photo by Jason Okane, USACE
Julie Morgan, a staff archeologist with the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah
District, stands next to a 5,000-pound
piece of the CSS Georgia, a Civil War
ironclad scuttled in the Savannah River.
proached Savannah. The iron-covered ship
remained on the river bottom until 1969,
when a dredge removing sediment from
the shipping channel struck a portion of
the ship, said Julie Morgan, staff archeolo-
gist for the Corps' Savannah District.
A brief recovery effort in the late 1980s


removed two cannons, various types of
munitions and other artifacts.
"This retrieval will play a major role in
creating a research design to effectively
remove the CSS Georgia before expanding
the shipping channel along this stretch of
the Savannah River,";' Morgan said. "It took
a dedicated team working in some very
tough conditions to bring this piece to the
surface."
Over time, the ship's casemate, the iron-
covered upper portion of the warship,
came apart. The small portion removed
Nov. 12 will give archeologists the ability
to assess the condition of the remainder
of the ship, Morgan said, and ensure the
team follows protocols from the National
Historic Preservation Act of 1966.
The Savannah Harbor Expansion Proj-
ect, or SHEP, includes removal and pres-
ervation of CSS Georgia, which sits imme-
diately adjacent to the shipping channel.
The SHEP will deepen Savannah's har-
bor from its current 42-foot depth to 47
feet, greatly expanding its capability to
handle larger cargo vessels.


coordinate the delivery of ser-
vices through partnerships with
school, installation and com-
munity service providers.
In addition to their work with
military families, MFLCs also
work with school guidance
counselors to provide life skills
presentations on topics such
as anger management, conflict
resolution and communication
skills. You can find the Camden
County MFLCs at these schools:
* Crooked River Elementary
School Trina Hammonds,

See Counselor, Page 6


Hagel


meets


Stratcom


officers

Boss, junior officers
discuss U.S.'s nuclear
enterprise mission

From American Forces Press Service
Following the U.S. Strategic
Command change of command
ceremony at Offutt Air Force
Base in Omaha, Neb., Nov. 15,
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel
met with junior officers respon-
sible for carrying out the na-
tion's nuclear
enterprise
mission.
"Secretary
Hagel values
meeting with
junior mili-
tary person-
nel to hear
directly about Hagel
the challeng-
es facing the future of the force,'
Carl Woog, assistant Pentagon
press secretary, said in a state-
ment summarizing the day's
meeting.
"The officers discussed with
Secretary Hagel many of the
unique requirements and stan-
dards they meet in managing
personnel and equipment in-
volved with their nuclear mis-
sion;' Woog added.
The group of officers repre-
sented all three legs of the nu-
clear triad and several Strategic
Command facilities, including
six domestic Air Force bases
and a number of Trident bal-
listic missile submarines, Woog
said.


Sub Group 10

CoC Friday
From Submarine Group Ten Public
Affairs
Rear Adm. Joseph E. Tofalo
will be relieved as Commander,
Submarine Group Ten by Rear
Adm. Charles A. "Chas" Richard
in a change of command cere-
mony at the MWR Fitness Com-
plex, Naval Submarine Base
Kings Bay at 10 a.m., Nov. 22.
Rear Adm. Tofalo will be as-
signed as a special assistant to
the deputy Chief of Naval Oper-
ations for Warfare Systems, N9,
Washington, D.C.
Rear Adm. Richard is report-
ing from his most recent duty as
the deputy commander of Joint
Functional Component Com-
mand for Global Strike, U.S. Stra-
tegic Command, Omaha, Neb.


Pacific subs honor lost


Navy photo by MC2 Steven Khor
Capt. James Childs, commander of Submarine
Squadron 1, speaks to veterans, active duty service
members, and family and friends at the USS Parche
Submarine Park and Memorial on Veterans Day.


Veterans Day service
held at Pearl Harbor
By MC2 Steven Khor
Navy News Service
Submarine veterans, active duty
military and family and friends of the
Pacific Submarine Force honored
Americans who have served in the mili-
tary on Veterans Day at the USS Parche
Submarine Park and Memorial on Joint
Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Nov. 11.
With an emphasis on submarine
veterans and the veterans of World
War II, the ceremony's guest speaker,
Rear Adm. Phillip Sawyer, command-
er Submarine Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet,
spoke of honoring the fallen.
"Submarine veterans of World War
II, we thankyou for your courage, your
honor, your commitment, your dedi-


cation, your victory. For as long as we
Americans value our freedom, our lib-
erty and our way-of-life, you will be re-
membered with honor and our deep-
est gratitude," Sawyer said. "For whale
you sacrificed and what you achieved
- ordinary men who triumphed in an
extraordinary struggle you are in-
deed the stuff of legends"
The ceremony included a posting ol
the 50 state flags by the Radford High
School Naval Junior Reserve Officers
Training Corps, postings of the colors
by the National Sojourners, tolling ol
the bells for submarines and submari-
ners that have been
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2 THE PERISCOPE, NSB KINGS BAY, Thursday, November 21,2013


Naval Academy seeking instructors


Navy League collects for VA visit
The Camden-Kings Bay Council of the Navy
League of the United States annual collection
of personal care and other items for the annual
visit to the Veterans Hospital in Lake City, Fla.
began Nov. 14. Items requested for donation
include large print crossword, word search,
Sudoku, etc. books; shampoo and condition-
er; body wash; 3-pound canned coffee; decks
of cards; new board games; HE laundry deter-
gent; and sugar-free candy. Donations, includ-
ing cash which will be used to purchase addi-
tional items, can be dropped off at the Nov. 14
and Dec. 1 Council meetings. Donations are
tax deductible. Navy League and community
members who wish to donate items or cash,
or who wish to participate in the Dec. 3 visit
to the VA Hospital (transportation can be pro-
vided) should contact council president Dave
Burch at (912) 674-4252. Additional informa-
tion can be found on the council Web site at
http://kingsbaynavyleague.org/.

Comissary closed Nov. 28, 29
Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay's Comis-
sary will be open normal hours Monday, Nov.
25 and closed Thanksgiving, Nov. 28, and Fri-
day, Nov. 29.

Kingsland tree lighting Dec. 5
Kingsland's Christmas Tree Lighting will be
5 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 5 at the Kingsland
Depot. Pictures with Santa and Mr. Claus,
Christmas caroling, hot coco and cookies, plus
snow will be featured.

Base library sets holiday hours
During the holidays and due to on-base part-
ner schools being between terms, the base li-
brary will have adjusted hours as provided:
Open: 3 to 9 p.m. Nov. 18 to 21 and Nov. 25, 26;
noon to 6p.m. Nov. 22; 10 a.m. to 6p.m. Dec. 2 to
5,9 to 12, 16 to 19; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 6,10, 20.

NSB Teen Driver class Dec. 27
Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay Safety and
Cape Fox will be conducting a Teen Driver
Improvement class Dec. 27. Class, from 8
a.m. to approximately 1 p.m. at Fluckey Hall,
Bldg. 1063, Room 127, is limited to 30; is open
to dependents of active duty/reserve/retir-
ees, as well as DOD civilians. Due to the high
demand for this class if your signed-up teen
driver cannot attend, call to cancel so another
future driver can be signed up. Teen drivers/
future drivers need to have either their license
or permit and something to write with. This
class does not fulfill any of the State of Geor-
gia requirements for teen drivers but may help
with insurance depending on your insurance
provider. To sign up, call Dean Merrill or Russ
Prothero at (912) 573-2525 or (912) 573-0414.

Flu shots at Kings Bay clinic
Naval Branch Health Clinic Kings Bay is now
providing annual influenza vaccine to service
members, retirees and families, patients can
walk-in for flu vaccine 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Mon-
day through Friday. Flu vaccine walk-ins will
be conducted from 7 to 11 a.m. only, on the last
Friday of each month, to facilitate command
training. For more information, visit www.cdc.
gov. To find out more about NBHC Kings Bay,
visit the command Web site at www.med.navy.
mil/sites/NavalHospitalJax.

Base lost & found has found items
There is lost and abandoned property, such
as watches, rings and cell phones, at Naval
Submarine Base Kings Bay Navy Security. If
you have any information reference to any
items, contact Detective Michael Palmer,
Monday through Friday, at (912) 573-9343 or
by e-mail, Michael.j.Palmer@Navy.mil.

Red Cross seeking volunteers
The American Red Cross has reopened its
office onboard Naval Submarine Base Kings
Bay, on the first floor of the Flucky Hall at 1063
USS Tennessee Ave. Office hours are 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Anyone
interested in volunteering or learning more
about Red Cross services can call Susan Van
Dyke at (912) 573-3939 or Kathie Perkins at
(912) 265-1695.

Security issues sticker reminder
It is the policy of Naval Submarine Base
Kings Bay that no motor vehicle with any stick-
er, decal, emblem or other device containing
profane or lewd words or pictures, describing
sexual acts or excretory functions on parts of
the human body, be allowed on base.


By Lt. Teng K. Ooi, PhD and
Capt. Linda J. Beltra, MD
Naval Academy and Medical Corps, Naval
Hospital Jacksonville

Attention Navy Reserve officers.
Are you interested in an opportu-
nity to teach, inspire, and empower
the next generation of American
leaders to serve our nation?
The Naval Academy needs quali-
fied Navy Reserve officers, espe-
cially at the ranks of lieutenant and
lieutenant commander, with at least
a master's degree in an appropriate
academic discipline to instruct in
designated academic departments
for fall 2014 and to serve as out-
standing military role models and
mentors for midshipmen.
Recall opportunities will be con-
sidered for the following disciplines:
cyber security, information sys-
tems, and information technology;
electrical engineering, computer
engineering, general engineering,
nuclear engineering, mechanical
engineering, naval architecture,
ocean engineering, aerospace en-


gineering, and control systems en-
gineering; mathematics, chemis-
try, physics, computer science, and
oceanography; political science,
economics, English, history and for-
eign languages, including Spanish,
French, German, Russian, Arabic,
Chinese, or Japanese.
Interested Navy Reservists should
email the following:
* A cover letter that states which
disciplines) you are applying for
and your qualifications for the posi-
tion.
* A resume of experience (aca-
demic, professional, and naval
experience, including any recent
mobilizations, recalls, or extended
active duty periods).
* A full-length khaki photo.
Email: reserve.recall@usna.edu
Reserve Recall Liaison Officer,
CDR John Schedel
United States Naval Academy,
Code IC


121 Blake Road
Annapolis, MD 21402-1300
Telephone: (410) 293-6513
DSN: 281-6513
Fax: (410) 293-2591
To receive full consideration, in-
terested officers for Academic Year
2014-2015 should apply no later
than Dec. 15.
Officers selected will be recalled
to active duty and assigned orders
for an officer-instructor tour, not to
exceed three years, commencing
July 2014.
Recalled officers will remain on
the reserve active status list and will
remain eligible for promotion con-
sideration before reserve selection
boards.
Selections will be made only after
USNA placement officers are con-
fident that USNA billets will not be
filled from the active duty pool of
potential officer instructors.
Applicants will be made aware of
their selection status by mid-April
2014. Final arrangements are con-
tingent upon PCS funding being
available through the Navy.


Military Officers joins 'Nam salute


From the Military Officers Association of
America

Military Officers Association of
America announced its partnership
in the Vietnam War Commemora-
tive Partners Program, organized
to help a grateful nation thank and
honor America's Vietnam veterans
and their families for service, valor
and sacrifice as part of the Vietnam
War 50th Anniversary.
MOAA kicked off the partnership
at its 2013 Annual Meeting in Colo-
rado Springs, Colo., Nov 14 to 16.
Members and guests learned about
the program and were encouraged
to ask their Chapters to join.
MOAA became a Commemora-


tive Partner in May 2013 and had
an exhibit at it spring Career Fair in
Washington, D.C. as well as social
media activities about the Com-
memoration.
"I am proud that MOAA has joined
this 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam
War Commemoration to honor veter-
ans and their families who have sac-
rificed so much for this nation. Many
have given their lives," said MOAA
president, Vice Adm. Norb Ryan Jr.,
USN (Ret.). "I have to give our Viet-
nam Veterans tremendous credit for
their leadership in getting the Ameri-


can public to understand that no
matter what the war or how popular
or unpopular it is, the troops are fol-
lowing the orders of the Commander
in Chief, and our Vietnam Veterans
again have passed a legacy onto this
nation that we will never again disre-
spect our troops like we did when they
came home from Vietnam.
"MOAA's mission is to make sure
we keep a strong national defense.
We must balance support for our
weapons systems, training and logis-
tics, with the one weapon system that
has never let this country down, our
men and women in uniform. Wheth-
er servicemembers, veterans, fami-
lies or survivors, we need to keep our
sacred commitment to our military.


Navy Lodge offers holiday values


By Kristine M. Sturkie
Navy Exchange Service Command Public
Affairs Specialist

Book a room at a Navy Lodge for
extra holiday guests this year. Guests
of the Navy Lodge save 45 percent
compared to other hotels and there
are no extra person charges.
"Navy Lodges are the perfect
place for guests of military members
to stay during the holidays," said
Navy Lodge Kings Bay General Man-
ager, Linda Bird. "Navy Lodges of-
fer a great value considering all the
space, kitchen and other amenities
we offer our guests. Guests will also
enjoy a free breakfast in the morn-


ing along with free Internet access,
in-room coffee and newspaper."
Every Navy Lodge guest room is
oversized with queen-sized beds,
cable TV with premium channels,
a DVD/CD player, direct-dial tele-
phone service, Internet access and
a kitchenette complete with micro-
wave, refrigerator and utensils.
Navy Lodges also offer house-
keeping service, vending machines,
convenient on-base parking, video
rental service and guest laundry
facilities as well as handicapped ac-


cessible and all non-smoking rooms.
Navy Lodges are conveniently lo-
cated near other on base amenities,
such as the gym, pool, restaurants
and Navy Exchange.
As an added convenience, select
Navy Lodges allow dogs and cats up
to 50 pounds in weight to stay when
traveling with their owners. Check
with the Navy Lodge for more de-
tails.
To make a reservation at any one
of the 41 Navy Lodges around the
world, call toll free at (800) 628-
9466 or you can log onto www.navy-
lodge.com.
For other military lodging options,
go to www.dodlodging.com.


Caps for Kids program underway


By MC2 Jesse Dick
Navy Office of Community Outreach

Navy commands worldwide will
soon receive a letter requesting do-
nations of Navy ball caps to support
the Navy's Caps for Kids program.
Administered by the Navy Office
of Community Outreach in Mem-
phis, Tenn., the Caps for Kids pro-
gram is entering its 16th year as one
of the Navy's most consequential
outreach programs.
Since 1999, Navy commands have
donated thousands of unit ball caps,
which are then presented by Sailors
to children who are fighting seri-
ous illnesses in hospitals across the
country.
The program is made possible ex-
clusively through donations from
wardrooms, Chiefs' messes, first
class associations, spouse clubs and
similar organizations throughout
the Navy.


A typical Caps for Kids visit in-
volves a small group of Sailors visit-
ing up to 50 children who are inpa-
tients in a children's hospital. Sailors
present the caps to the children and
spend time talking with and encour-
aging them.
NAVCO also supports units wish-
ing to use their own ball caps, rather
than sending them to NAVCO, to
conduct a visit independently at a
children's hospital near their unit's
homeport.
For all visits, NAVCO provides ad-
vice and guidance to ensure the pro-
gram is carried out in accordance
with all applicable instructions and
guidelines, particularly those relat-
ed to patient privacy.
"Caps for Kids is not only one of
our most successful outreach pro-


grams, it is also one of the most per-
sonally rewarding programs;" said
Cmdr. Kim Marks, NAVCO director.
"Nothing beats the feeling you get
from the kids' smiles when you give
them a command ball cap."
According to Gary Ross, the NAV-
CO Caps for Kids program manager,
approximately 1,000 ball caps are
needed to sustain the program for an
entire year. However, he added that
no donation is too small, and even
the gift of a single ball cap can make
a difference in the life of a sick child.
Commands interested in making
a donation to the Caps for Kids pro-
gram can send them by mail to:
Navy Office of Community Out-
reach
Attn: Caps for Kids Program
5722 Integrity Dr., BLDG 456-3
Millington, TN 38054
For more information on the Caps
for Kids Program, contact NAVCO at
(901) 874-5800 or navco@navy.mil.


NSB Kings Bay Commanding Officer
Capt. Harvey L. Guffey, Jr.
NSB Kings Bay Executive Officer
Cmdr. Ed Callahan
NSB Kings Bay Command Master Chief
CMDCM Randy Huckaba
NSB Kings Bay Public Affairs Officer
Scott Bassett
NSB Kings Bay Public Affairs Office staff
MC2 Cory Rose, MC3 Ashley Hedrick
Editor
Bill Wesselhoff 573-4719, periscopekb@comcast.net


The Kings Bay Periscope is an authorized newspaper published weekly on Thursday for forces afloat, tenant commands, base military
personnel and civilian employees of the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Ga.
The editorial content of this newspaper is prepared, edited and provided by the public affairs office. News items and photos must be
submitted by noon Thursday, seven days prior to publication. Event "briefs" must be submitted by noon Friday, six days prior to publica-
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or 573-4719, or fax materials to 573-4717. All materials are subject to editing.
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Dolphin Store's Santa visit Dec.


From The Dolphin Store Kings
Bay

The Dolphin Store Kings
Bay is celebrating the sea-
son by hosting its annual
Cookies with Santa open
house 10 a.m. to noon,
Saturday, Dec. 7.
While adults shop an
array of submarine- and
Navy-themed items, chil-
dren can visit with Santa
at the store.
Along with the great
submarine-themed gifts
and souvenirs The Dol-
phin Store sells, you can
find volunteers to help you
find just what you need to
get most of your gift shop-
ping list done while enjoy-
ing cookies.
Store staff also is look-
ing for groups and indi-
viduals to set up, decorate
tables and give out cook-
ies to make this a larger
event for children to en-
joy. If you are interested


call (912) 573-6102 during
store hours.
The Dolphin Store is at
the base library, 918 James
Madison Road, Bldg. 1066,
next to the Magnolias
Conference center. It's
open 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Monday through Fridays.
Additionally, the store
is open the first and third
Saturday of each month.
The store will be closed
Dec. 22 to Jan. 5.
The Dolphin Store is a
non-profit store and 100
percent of the proceeds are
donated to The Dolphin
Scholarship Foundation.
The Dolphin Store is
open year-round and
managed and staffed by
volunteers.
The Dolphin Store of-
fers gift and souvenir
items that can be hard to
find elsewhere. The store's
merchandise includes
Navy and submarine-re-
lated items, clothing, jew-


elry, home decor, house-
hold items, giftware, baby
items, toys and more.
Most items have subma-
rine or Navy insignias, and
some of the items can be
personalized and/or cus-
tom designed.
A large portion of the
inventory is handcrafted
by vendors both local and
around the country.
The store manager is
always looking for new
items and consignors that
fit the store's theme.
The store is available for
Family Readiness Group
meetings, meet and greets,
and other functions. The


Dolphin Store asks that
groups give a minimum of
two weeks' notice to coor-
dinate volunteers and ac-
commodate the request.
Anyone interested in
volunteering can con-
tact the store and request
more information. Assis-
tant managers, trunk show
helpers, marketing help-
ers, technical support and
store sales staff are sought.
Volunteers can work in
the store, at special events
and or donate their tal-
ents. Talk to Jhem Zuck-
schwerdt or e-mail kbdol-
phinstore@hotmail.com,
if you are interested.


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for big Mayport crowd


By MC1 Michael Wiss
Navy Public Affairs Support
Element, East, Detachment
Southeast

More than 20,000 coun-
try music fanatics helped
country music superstar
Tim McGraw honor veter-
ans during the Chase Pres-
ents Live from the Home-
Front concert at Naval
Station Mayport, Nov. 10.
So far, the series has pro-
vided more than 70 homes
to veterans. McGraw said
it is a small price to pay to
honor those who sacrifice
so much.
"It's easy for me to show
up and play music to hon-
or the men and women
who have the tough jobs,"
he said. "To me, it's just
one small thing I can do to
help show how much we
appreciate what they put
on the line and what fami-
lies sacrifice every single
day. I have had the privi-
lege of meeting many ser-
vice members and their


Navy photo by MC2 Marcus L.
Stanley
Tim McGraw performs at
Naval Station Mayport.

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many inspiring stories. It's
something I'm proud to
do and want to take it as
far as we can!"
McGraw got the crowd
into a frenzy performing
his latest single Highway
Don't Care from his 2013
album and many others in-
cluding one of his biggest
hits Live Like You Were Dy-
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Green-now-Blue crew boss Palmer gives Chief of the Boat Pete
Riley a dictionary with the word "shipyard" removed.


Lt. Cmdr
James
Kepper
and boat's
officers
during a
prayer.


A strong wind bends the Stars and Stripes' pole
as the Color Guard presents the colors.


Well wish-
ers, family
and boats
company
attended
the cer-
emony
pierside
at Naval
Submarine
Base Kings
Bay.






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Capt. John P. Carter congratulates Cmdr. Ben
Schupp, new Gold crew commanding officer.


Schupp, left, and Palmer, right, talk to Carter following the
Assumption of Command ceremony.


The wind gets a rise out
of MM2 Benjamin Waters
daughter's hair.


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From left, Rosemary Reed, Dr. Arthur Rachwald, Anna Rachwald, Patty Ebbs
Capt. Will Ebbs USN (Ret.), Shawn Pavey, Naomi Shupp, Bridget Shupp and Brendan
Shupp watch the proceedings.


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A future commanding offi-
cer is looking sharp with
some cool sunglasses.


Bridget Shupp, mother of Cmdr. Shupp, is served snacks by
Culinary Specialists following the ceremony.


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Submarine Squadron 20
Commodore Chris Harkins
talks to Submarine Group
Ten Commander Rear Adm.
Joseph Tofalo.


Above, MM2 Steven Wiggin, left,
Harms pose by West Virginia.


and MM2 Casey


Left, from left, Ensign Phillip McGinnis, Lt. Cmdr.
Donovan Ayer, Executive Officer Lt. Cmdr. Jason
Anderson, Commanding Officer Cmdr. Ben Shupp,
Lt. Cmdr. James Kepper and Lt. Vance Scott in front
of the sail.


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6 THE PERISCOPE, NSB KINGS BAY, Thursday, November 21,2013


Fleet and Family offers
classes on site
FFSC will take most of its reg-
ular workshops on the road if a
unit can furnish a conference
room or classroom and guaran-
tee a minimum of five partici-
pants. Additionally, person-
nel will tailor presentations to
cover a unit's General Military
Training requirements when
those requirements deal with
human resources and social is-
sues. Counselors also can create
a presentation in response to a
unit's area of special concerns.
Personnel are available to par-
ticipate within areas of expertise
in the indoctrination of newly
assigned personnel and fam-
ily members of active duty per-
sonnel. All classes listed here
are held at the Fleet and Family
Support Center, unless other-
wise noted. Hours are 8 a.m.to
4:30 p.m., Mondays, Tuesdays,
Wednesday and Fridays and 9
a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Thursdays.

Parenting classes
offered on Mondays
Are you frustrated with your
children? Would you like sug-
gestions on how to stop temper
tantrums or how to get your teen
to complete chores without ask-
ing them 14 times? We believe
parents are the experts on their
children. But, children don't
come with a manual! So, some-
times you need help to figure
out what to do with them. Meet
with the parenting class from
9 to 11:30 a.m. on Mondays,



Counselor

From Page 1

MFLC
* Sugarmill Elementary School
- Tracy Howard, MFLC
* Mary Lee Clark Elementary
School -Ranesha Harmond,
MFLC
* Matilda Harris Elementary
School- Leith Anania, MFLC
* St. Mary's Middle School -
Najja Cannon, MFLC
* Camden County High School


Nov. 18 and 25. Enrollment in
this six-week class is ongoing.
Attendees must complete all six
weeks in order to receive a cer-
tificate. A minimum of six par-
ticipants is needed in order for
a new class to start. Registration
required at 573-4512.
Smooth Move Workshop
CONUS/OCONUS soon
Smooth Move Workshops
are designed to help person-
nel with military relocations
and transfers. Areas covered
include transportation, travel
pay, allowances, and important
forms and documents, housing


- Tequilla Pittman, MFLC
MFLCs work to provide military
students and parents informal,
non-threatening counseling in a
supportive environment. By cir-
culating throughout the school,
MFLCs build friendly relation-
ships with students at the pick-up/
drop-off areas outside the school,
in the cafeteria, around the media
center, and on the playground.
The goal of the MFLC is to be
present wherever and whenever
military students and their par-
ents may need them.
By taking simple steps, MFLCs
are becoming an integral part of


referral office and relocation
services. All service members
and their spouses are encour-
aged to attend six months before
their transfer date. Due to lim-
ited seating, please do not bring
children. The workshop will be
for OCONUS moves 2 to 4 p.m.,
Nov. 26. For more information,
call 573-4513.

New Moms and Dads
Support Group to meet
A New Mom's and Dad's
Support Group meets every
Tuesday at the Fleet and Family
Support Center. These work-
shops are scheduled for 10 a.m.


the school, an invaluable resource
for military families and a profes-
sional support for school faculty,
staff and administration.
Military parents will be given
a consent form on which they
may authorize or deny the school
MFLC the opportunity to work
with their children.
Have questions?
Interested in learning more?
For detailed information about
MFLC services, contact the local
schools listed above or call the
Kings Bay School Liaison Officer
at (912) 573-8986 or e-mail kings-
bayslo@navy.mil.


to noon, Nov. 26. This workshop
is an opportunity to share expe-
riences, meet and gain support
from others, and exchange new
ideas. To register, call 573-4512.

Veterans Affairs rep
visits Kings Bay
A Department of Veterans
Affairs representative for Kings
Bay is in the office from 8:30
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Thursdays.
Appointments are required.
Service members wishing to par-
ticipate in the Benefits Delivery
at Discharge program should be
within 60 to 180 days of discharge


Subs


From Page 1
a special lei presentation in
honor of Hawaii's submarine,
USS Growler (SSN 215), and a
three-gun volley by the Joint
Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
Ceremonial Guard, plus the
Pacific Fleet Submarine Me-
morial Assoc., U.S. Submarine
League, Aloha Chapter and
the Pearl Harbor Submarine
Officers' Spouses Assoc.


or retirement and be available
for an exam by the VA. To set up
an appointment, call Katherine
Femrnandez at 573-4506.

Anger management
seminar Nov. 27
Anger is not an effective
method for getting what you
want and is often a smoke
screen for other emotions. This
workshop is slated for 8:30 a.m.
to noon, Nov. 27. It can help you
focus on identifying the feel-
ings anger hides and explore
behaviors helpful in resolving
primary issues. Pre-registration
is required. Call 573-4512 for
details.

Spouse Indoctrination
class meets Nov. 27
The goal of Spouse
Indoctrination is to educate the
participant on the numerous
resources that are available to
them while stationed at Naval
Submarine Base Kings Bay. This
class hosts 20-plus speakers
who provide information and
answer any questions. This class
will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Nov. 27.
To register, call 573-4513.

Ombudsman Assembly
Meeting Nov. 25
The Ombudsman Assembly
Meetingwillbe held for all 0MB,
COs, XOs, CMCs and COB's
at the Kings Bay Community
Center at 6 p.m., Nov. 25. For
more information, contact at
573-4513.


Sawyer said after World War
II, the nation's vets fought
around the world where free-
dom was not yet known.
"More than 1.3 million
Americans have made the ul-
timate sacrifice on the field of
battle in an effort to defend
the freedoms that we hold
so dear and while we recog-
nize the sacrifices of our sub-
marine force brethren here
today, let us remember all
Americans who have fallen on
the field of battle or that made
contributions to our collective
security,";' Sawyer said.


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Santa Claus will be at Under the Pines Park Dec. 7 and host breakfast Dec. 14.



Santa's here Dec. 7 and 14


'Tis the Season! Yes, you
guessed it, it's that time of year
and Morale, Welfare and Recre-
ation has the jolly ole elf lined
up to show himself on Satur-
day, Dec. 7 at 6 p.m. sharp at the
Under the Pines Park. An inflat-
able race track with giant trikes,
a train, crafts, a photo booth,
foam machine, monkey motion
bungee, glitter tattoos, a snow-
man, Rudolph, a Christmas tree,
penguins, Buddy the Elf and a
Stocking Walk with music, cook-
ies and cocoa for all. Fun is from
4 to 8 p.m. with an outdoor mov-
ie starting at 7 p.m. We will be
showing Arthur
Christmas. For
more informa-
tion, call (912)
573-4564.
* Breakfast with Santa -
It's Saturday, Dec. 14 at the
Kings Bay Conference Center.
Breakfast will be served 8 to
10 a.m. and Santa will be there
from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Photo ops
with your camera will be avail-
able. Advanced tickets may
be purchased at Information,
Tickets and Travel and the Navy
Exchange Customer Service
Counter. Tickets are $5 for
over 12 years old, $3 per child
3 to 12 years old. Children 2
and under are free with paying
adult. Tickets will not be sold
at the door. Breakfast includes
pancakes, eggs, sausage, bis-
cuits with gravy, assorted fruit,
milk, orange juice, coffee and
water. A holiday movie, holiday
characters and story times with
Mrs. Claus are 8:30 to 10 a.m.
For more information call (912)
573-4564.
* Fall Camp Registration
at the Youth Center Camp
runs from Nov. 25 to 29, but is
closed Thanksgiving. Camp is
for kindergartener to 12-year-
olds. SAC patrons, single/dual
military, wounded/fallen war-
riors, and IA's registration began
Nov. 4. Active duty with work-
ing or student spouse and DoD


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employees, registration began
Nov. 12 and DoD Contractors
and all others started Nov. 18.
Register 8 a.m. to noon, Monday
to Friday. Cost is based on total
family income. Most recent LES/
pay stub for sponsor and spouse
or student letter of enrollment
must be provided. Birth certifi-
cate must be available for confir-
mation of age. IA's must provide
orders. Single/Dual Military
must provide dependent care
form at time of registration. No
outside food allowed. Breakfast,
lunch and snack will be pro-
vided. For more information,
call (912) 573-
2380. Navy
Child & Youth
programs wel-
come children
of all abilities.
* Free Movies for the Kids
Weekend Movies at 1 p.m. for
November are Despicable Me 2
Nov. 23 and 24 and Turbo Nov.
30 and Dec. 1. Movie schedule
is listed in Facebook under the
events tab on mwrkings-
bay page. All youth under
18 years of age must be
accompanied by a parent
or adult. Snacks foods
and beverages are avail-
able for purchase. If 15
minutes after the sched-
uled start time no one
comes in, the movie area
will be available for open
viewing. For the latest
information, call (912)
573-4548.
* Winter Break 2013
at the Youth Center
- Camp runs Dec. 23
to Jan. 10, but is closed
Christmas Day and New
Years Day, for kinder-
garteners to 12 years
old. SAC patrons, single/
dual military, wounded/
fallen warriors, and IAs
registration begins Dec.
2. Active duty with work-
ing or student spouse and
DoD employees, registra-


p


tion begins Dec. 9 and DoD con-
tractors and all others will start
on Dec. 16. Register 8 a.m. to
noon and 1 to 5:30 p.m. Monday
to Friday, except holidays. Cost
is based on total family income.
Most recent LES/pay stub for
sponsor and spouse or student
letter of enrollment must be
provided. Birth certificate must
be available for confirmation of
age. IAs must provide orders.
Single/Dual Military must pro-
vide dependent care form at time
of registration. Breakfast, lunch
and snacks will be provided. No
outside food allowed. For more
information, call (912) 573-2380.
Navy Child & Youth programs
welcome children of all abilities.
The Combined Federal
Campaign season has started
- Kings Bay's Child and Youth
Program team are two of the
organizations you can support
with your giving. The num-
bers are Youth Center School
Age Care #37328 and Child
Development Center #47018.


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Intramural Sports Dodge-
ball and 3-versus-3 Basket-
ball Tournaments are com-
ing your way. Registration is
now through Dec. 5 for both.
Team fee for Dodgeball is $30
with a format of 5v5, double
elimination. Team fee for
Basketball is $50 with cham-
pions receiving team trophy
and $150 cash. Format is a
four-game guarantee. For
more information, call IM
Sports at (912)409-1611.
Ten Dollar Tuesday at
Rack-N-Roll Lanes It's 5
to 9 p.m., Tuesday nights. $10
will get you shoes and all the
bowling you can handle.
* Golf is ready for the
holidays Trident Lakes
Golf Club is offering some
great stocking stuffers for the
holidays. During November
Punch Card Blow-Out offers
military 12 rounds of 18 holes
for $100. All others pay $125.
Green fees only. Add $100 to
your purchase and you get
your cart too. Also during
November, buy any month-
ly or annual membership


and receive a free Range
Membership to match.
* Magnolia's of Kings Bay
- Beautiful and spacious
rooms are available to make
your next event perfect. It's
never too early to plan your
event, wedding or holiday
party. Stop by and check it
out. Someone always is ready
to assist you with your special
occasion. Contact Magnolia's
at (912) 573-4559.
* Tae Kwon Do It's at the
Fitness Complex Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 5:15 to 6:15
p.m. for 7 year olds and
under, 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. for 8
to 12 and 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. 13
to adult. For more informa-
tion, call (912) 573-3990.
* Domino's Like Kings
Bay Domino's on Facebook to
receive "code phrases;'" daily
specials, upcoming events and
corporate promos. (912) 510-
5400. www.facebook.com/
kingsbaydominos.


Intramural Sports


7 vs. 7 Flag Football League
Team W L T
1,TRF 8 0 0
2t, Team Chive 6 1 0
2t, Subsat Reapers 6 1 0
4, Nighmares 5 1 0
5, Charlie 5 2 0
6, NSSC 4 2 1
7, Medical 5 3 0
8t, MFPU Titans 4 4 0
8t, Wyoming 3 3 1
lOt, The Franchise 3 4 0
lOt, Rhodey 3 4 0
lOt, Team Growth 3 4 0
13, Black Panthers 3 5 0
14t, Balls Deep 2 4 0
14t, USS Florida 2 4 0
16, Subase 2 5 0
17, Port Ops 2 6 0
18t,TTF 1 3 0
18t,RTT 1 3 0
20, TeamElite 1 5 0
21, Security 0 5 0


Ave. Joe's Wallyball League
Team W L T
1, Bomb Nukes 2 1 0
2t, So Good 3 3 0
2t, Port Ops 2 2 2 0
2t, Port Ops 1 1 0
5, Bulldogs 1 2 0
6t, Bump It! 0 2 0
6t, WorldDominationO 3 0
Ave. Joe's Raquetball League
Player W L T
lt,Cory 4 0 0
It, Freddie 3 0 0
3, Robert 2 1 0
4t, Rod 2 2 0
4t, Pat 2 2 0
6t, Matt 0 2 0
6t,Chip 0 2 0
6t, Roy 0 4 0
Upcoming
Dodgeball Tournament Dec. 6
3 vs. 3 Hoops Tournament Dec. 13


Concert


From Page 3

time his father, Tug McGraw,
passed away.
Even though the theme
of the concert was remem-
bering the veterans, it was a
great show enjoyed by many.
"I'm so excited about Tim


McGraw. It means so much
that he took time out to play
this concert for us;'" said Op-
erations Specialist 2nd Class
Stacie Neely.
"We don't get to experi-
ence these types of festivities
all the time because we are
deployed for eight to nine
months at a time. I'm thank-
ful that he has put this show
on for us service members
and veterans."


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Pfc. Chrisopher LaForte Lance Cpl. Ryan Beste Lance Cpl. Jonathan Bolton
Marine Corps Marine Corps Marine Corps
Security Force Battalion Security Force Battalion Security Force Battalion
Queens, N.Y. St. Joseph, Minn. Gadsen, Ala.
"The Knicks. North "The T'wolves. Michigan "The Heat will 3-peat.
Carolina. LeBron James. State. Easily LeBron. I'm going with Duke.
Michael Jordan." Jordan." You can't go away from
LeBron. Michael Jordan."


Remembering Vets Day


YN3 Darrian Murray
USS Georgia Gold
Jacksonville, Fla.
"The Heat. The U. LeBron.
Michael Jordan."


MASN Robert Jones
Marine Corps
Security Force Battalion
Patterson, La.
"The Clippers. Duke.
Chris Paul. Bill Russell:'


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Avilataveras
USS Florida Blue
Carolina, Puerto Rico
"The Indiana Pacers.
Michigan State. LeBron,
but I'm not a fan. Michael
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By Master Chief Petty Officer Eric
ieimburger
From Coast Guard Compass
In November 1919, President Woodrow
Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the
first commemoration of Armistice Day.
That day, Army Gen. John Pershing led
a parade of 25,000 U.S. heroes of World
War I down Fifth Avenue in New York City
before thousands of cheering citizens.
Pershing's legacy continues to this day
as America's Parade, the largest Veterans
Day parade in the country.
My shipmates and I had the privilege to
march in this parade allowing me to re-
flect on Veterans Days past.
Over the last 26 years of my Coast
Guard career, Veterans Day observances
have come in many forms. As a petty of-
ficer 3rd class, there was the parade in
which I pulled our station's 22-foot boat,
full of crewman holding on for dear life.
There were cemetery services, honor


guard details, rifle teams, 21-gun salutes,
the placement of flags on graves and
sometimes even a free dinner at a local
restaurant.
The most memorable ceremony was at
Union Street Elementary School in South
Weymouth, Mass., when military parents
were invited to an assembly in their ser-
vice's uniform. The students honored us
with patriotic songs, plays and cupcakes.
It was a very touching tribute and prob-
ably the first time I felt as though I was
being honored as a veteran.
When it comes down to it, honoring
veterans is all about remembrance. Peo-
ple need to understand that the worst
thing in the world is to feel as though
you have been forgotten by the people
and country for which you've served.
Something as simple as stopping to talk
to a veteran in the park would mean the
world to them.
I was walking with my father-in-law, a
Vietnam-era Marine, over the weekend


Coast Guard photo by P02 LaNola Stone
Coast Guardsmen from Coast Guard Sector New York march in the Veterans Day
Parade, also known as America's Parade, Nov. 11.


and a young man stopped him, noticing
his Marine Corps hat. He told him, "Hap-
py birthday, sir;'," referring to the Marine
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was serving in the Corps once again.
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and I were approached by an elderly man
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Breakfast
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Grilled Bacon
Asst. Instant Oatmeal / Grits
Rolled Oats
Sausage Patties
Cottage Fried Potatoes
French Toast/ Asst. Syrups
Pastry Bar
Asst. Yogurt
Lunch
Italian Wedding Soup
Chicken Parmesan
Meat Sauce
Boiled Spaghetti
Roasted Potatoes
Steamed Broccoli
Italian Kidney Beans
Healthy Choice Salad
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Chicken Pattie Sandwich
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Grilled Pepper and Onions
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Sandwich Bar
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Dinner
Cream of Broccoli Soup
Fried Catfish w. Tartar Sauce
Braised Pork Chops
Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Tossed Green Rice
Fried Okra
Simmered Carrots
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
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Breakfast
Breakfast Juice Bar
Ready-to-eat Cereal
Eggs & Omelets to Order
Waffles w/Asst. Syrups
Grilled Bacon
Soft/Hard Cooked Eggs
Asst. Instant Oatmeal / Grits
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Sausage Gravy
Biscuits
Hash Brown Potatoes
Pastry Bar
Asst. Yogurt
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Chicken Noodle Soup
BBQ Chicken
Tempura Battered Shrimp
Sweet Potato Fries
Baked Mac & Cheese
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BBQ Chicken
Pulled Pork
BBQ Ribs
Bratwurst
Cole Slaw
Baked Beans
Macaroni Salad
Potato Salad
Burger Bar
Dinner
Asian Stir Fry
Sweet and Sour Pork
Oriental Pepper Steak
Fried Rice
Steamed Rice
Chinese Mixed Vegetables
Egg Rolls
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
Assorted Salad Dressings
Hot Rolls
Assorted Desserts
Asst. Fruit Bar
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Saturday
Brunch
Logging Soup
Fried Chicken Tenders
Corn Dogs
Potatoes O'Brien
Breakfast Juice Bar
Ready-to-eat Cereal
Oven Fried Bacon
Waffles w/ Asst. Syrup
Eggs & Omelets to Order
Mixed Vegetables
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
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Fruit Flavored Gelatin
Assorted Breads & Spreads
Asst. Fruit Bar
Assorted Beverage Bar
Pastry Bar
Dinner
Minestrone Soup
Asst. Pizza
Asst. Wings
French Fries
Baked Beans
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
Assorted Salad Dressings
Assorted Desserts
Assorted Fruit Bar
Assorted Breads & Spreads
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Sunday
Brunch
Chicken Noodle Soup
Cannonball Sandwich
Grilled Polish Sausage
French Fries
Grilled Peppers and Onions


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Fried Shrimp
Cocktail sauce
Rosemary Potatoes
Rice Pilaf
Corn on the Cob
Simmered Carrots
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
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Breakfast
Breakfast Juice Bar
Ready-to-eat Cereal
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Grits
Soft/Hard Cooked Eggs
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Omelets to Order
French Toast w/Asst. Syrups
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Hash Brown Potatoes
Pastry Bar
Asst. Breads & Spreads
Asst. Fruit Salad
Asst. Yogurt
Lunch
Corn Chowder
Country Fried Steak
Cream Gravy
Baked Fish
Tartar Sauce
Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Rice Pilaf


Steamed Peas and Carrots
Louisiana Squash
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
Asst. Salad Dressings
Assorted Fruit Bar
Assorted Condiments
Hot Rolls
Assorted Desserts
Assorted Breads & Spreads
Assorted Beverage Bar
Lunch speed line
Chicken Wings
Pizza
Potato Bar
Dinner
Vegetable Soup
Baked Ham w/Honey Glaze
Roast Turkey
Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Candied Sweet Potatoes
Cajun Style Black-Eye Peas
Southern Style Greens
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
Assorted Salad Dressings
Corn Bread
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Asst. Fruit Bar
Assorted Breads & Spreads
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Tuesday
Breakfast
Breakfast Juice Bar
Ready-to-eat Cereals
Asst. Instant Oatmeal / Grits
Waffles w/asst. syrups
Cream of Wheat
Eggs/Omelets to Order
Grilled Bacon
Soft/Hard Cooked Eggs
Buttermilk Biscuits
Cottage Fried Potatoes
Sausage Gravy
Asst. Yogurt
Pastry Bar
Lunch
Cheese Potato Soup
Pot Roast
Chicken Cordon Blue
Brown Gravy
Wild Rice
Au Gratin Potatoes
Mixed Vegetables
Simmered Cauliflower
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
Assorted Salad Dressings
Biscuits
Assorted Desserts
Asst. Fruit Bar
Assorted Breads & Spreads
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Lunch speed line
BeefEnchiladas
Chicken Quesadias
Spanish Rice
Refried Beans
Taco Bar
Dinner
Minestrone Soup
Baked Italian Sausage
Meat, Marinara & Clam
Sauces
Boiled Pasta
Calico Corn
Steamed Broccoli
Healthy Choice Salad Bar


Assorted Salad Dressings
Toasted Garlic Bread
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Asst. Fruit Bar
Assorted Breads & Spreads
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Breakfast
Breakfast Juice Bar
Ready-to-eat Cereal
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Pancakes w/Asst. Syrups
Corned Beef Hash
Grilled Bacon
Asst. Instant Oatmeal & Grits
Soft/Hard Cooked Eggs
Hash Browned Potatoes
Asst. Yogurt
Pastry Bar
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Chicken Gumbo
Fried Fish
Grilled Chicken Breast
Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Wild Rice
Chicken Gravy
Pinto Beans
Mixed Vegetables
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
Assorted Salad Dressings
Corn Bread
Assorted Desserts
Asst. Fruit Bar
Assorted Breads & Spreads
Assorted Beverage Bar
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Corn Dogs
Grilled Hamburgers
Grilled Cheeseburgers
French Fries
Baked Beans
Burger Bar
Dinner
Beef Rice Soup
Steamed Rice
Hot & Spicy Chicken
Roast Pork
Simmered Egg Noodles
Yellow Squash
Steamed Green Beans
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
Assorted Salad Dressings
Biscuits


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Breakfast
Breakfast Juice Bar
Ready-to-eat Cereal
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Grilled Bacon
Asst. Instant Oatmeal & Grits
Rolled Oats
French Toast w/Asst. Syrups
Sausage Patties
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Asst. Yogurt
Pastry Bar
Lunch
Chicken Noodle Soup
Fried Shrimp
Hot Rolls
Creole Macaroni
Franconia Potatoes
Rice Pilaf
Simmered Carrots
Steamed Peas
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
Assorted Salad Dressings
Assorted Condiments
Cocktail Sauce
Assorted Desserts
Asst. Fruit Bar
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Assorted Beverage Bar
Lunch speed line
Chicken Pattie Sandwich
Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich
Grilled Peppers & Onions
Baked Beans
Chili
Cheese Sauce
Sandwich Bar
Cold Cut Sandwich
Dinner
Cheddar Cheese Soup
Beef Stroganoff
Fried Catfish w/Tartar Sauce
Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Buttered Egg Noodles
Seasoned Corn
Herbed Broccoli
Toasted Parmesan Bread
Healthy Choice Salad Bar
Assorted Salad Dressings
Cocktail Sauce
Hot Rolls
Buttermilk Biscuits
Assorted Desserts
Asst. Fruit Bar
Assorted Breads & Spreads
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Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Timothy Childers
Brigadier Gen. Vincent A. Coglianese presents a gift to
Tommy Lasorda, member of the Baseball Hall of Fame,
during the 1st MLG Officer's Ball in San Diego.


Lasorda a big hit


at Marines b-day

By Cpl. Timothy Childers
1st Marine Logistics Group

Baseball Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda served as the
guest of honor for the 1st Marine Logistics Group Of-
ficer's Ball in San Diego, Nov. 8,, in celebration of the
238th Marine Corps Birthday.
During the event, Marine officers watched the official
Marine Corps Birthday Message, conducted a cake-
cutting ceremony, listened to remarks by Brigadier Gen.
Vincent A. Coglianese, commanding general, 1st MLG,
and a speech by Tommy Lasorda.
"If I would ask someone who [Tommy Lasorda] was,
theywould say he's a Dodger, that he's a ballplayer," said
Brig. Gen. Coglianese, a native of New Jersey. "I would
tell you he's a patriot, a veteran of World War II. [He is] a
real American hero, idol and someone I look up to."
Lasorda is a supporter of the military, who served in
the Army during World War II. He regularly visits troops
around the world. Brig. Gen. Coglianese invited him to
attend the ball, and he gladly accepted.
"Last year, every home [game] with the Dodgers, I've
invited [servicemembers] to have dinner with me. Be-
cause it's something that I want to do," Lasorda said. "To
make you know that we're proud of you. While you have
that uniform on, you represent the greatest county in the
world. I believe in each and every one of you who wear
the uniform of the greatest country in the world."
Tommy Lasorda began his in 1945 and is best known
for his time managing the Los Angeles Dodgers from
1976 to 1996.
During that time, the team won 1,599 games, four Na-
tional League pennants and two World Series.
He was elected into baseball's Hall of Fame in 1997,
according to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and
Museum Web site.


107-year-old WW II vet honored


By Lisa Ferdinando
Army News Service

On Veterans Day,
President Barack Obama
and the Army honored
107-year-old Army vet-
eran Richard Overton,
hailed as the oldest living
World War II veteran.
Overton volunteered
for service in 1942, and



Vets


From Page 9

who silently appeared to
be conducting his own
uniform inspection. Af-
ter a few minutes his eyes
welled up, he nodded to
the two of us and walked
away.
Boron and I looked
at each other wonder-
ing what just happened
when the man's wife ap-
proached.
Sensing our confusion,
she told us her husband
served in the Coast Guard



Ick B~y ioT


was a member of the Ar-
my's 188th Aviation En-
gineer Battalion, an all-
black unit that served on
various Pacific islands.
Overton arrived in
Washington, D.C., Nov. 10,
from Austin, Texas and was
escorted by a Marine, and
greeted at the airport by
members of the military,
including a group of Coast


during World War II on
the Greenland Patrols and
lost good friends during
the war. She went on to
explain that he becomes
very emotional every time
he sees the Coast Guard.
Taking the time to meet
a veteran, laying a wreath
on a veteran's grave and,
most of all, learning about
what these veterans have
gone through, are ways to
keep their memories alive
and preserve our nation's
history.
Now as I settle in to my
"twilight tour" as com-
mand master chief of
Coast Guard Sector New
York, I note with excite-


Guardsmen, and cheer-
ing, flag-waving members
of the public who hugged
him and thanked him for
his service.
He was a special guest at
the White House for a Vet-
erans Day breakfast, and
also attended the Veterans
Day ceremonies at Arling-
ton National Cemetery in
Virginia.


ment my participation in
this year's Veterans Day.
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Because New Yorkers love
Veterans as much as they
love a good parade.
Iconic images of ticker-
tape parades down the
"Canyon of Heroes" are
some of the most recog-
nizable images in our his-
tory and this year's parade
was nothing less than
spectacular.
I'm proud to have been
one of roughly 350 men,
women and children from
the greater NewYork Coast
Guard community who
participated in this year's
Veterans Day parade.


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Richard
Overton stands
as President
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World War II
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Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Codey Underwood
Marines Staff Sgt. Jacques Mason, from High Springs, Fla., and Cpl. Zachery Stapf,
from Atlanta, help offload an injured Filipino civilian out of a Marine Corps C-130
Hercules aircraft at Villamor Air Base.


Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Codey Underwood
Marine Lance Cpl. Christopher E. Pring, from Tacoma, Wash., coordinates the load-
ing of palletized water with the Philippine Air Force for transportation at Villamor
Air Base.


U.S. begins aid to storm-battered Philippines


From U.S. Pacific Command
U.S. military assets
have as of early Nov. 17
delivered approximately
655,000 pounds of relief
supplies provided by the
U.S. Agency for Interna-
tional Development since
the start of Operation
Damayan, the relief effort
in support of the govern-
ment of the Philippines in
the wake of Typhoon Hai-
yan/Yolanda.
The duration and extent
of U.S. military support
will depend on the request
from the government of
the Philippines.
American forces will be
present as long as they
are needed, but no longer
than required.
In addition to the de-
livery of relief supplies,
U.S. military aircraft have
to date logged nearly 650
flight hours, moved nearly
1,200 relief workers into
Tacloban and have airlifted
nearly 4,900 survivors from
typhoon-impacted areas.
Over the last 24 hours,
more than 66,000 pounds
of food, water and shelter
items have been delivered
to Tacloban, Borongan
and Guiuan some of the
hardest-hit regions.
At the request of the
government of the Philip-
pines, international mili-
tary forces in the region
are also ramping up their
support.
Australia, India, Ja-
pan, Malaysia, Singapore,
South Korea and Taiwan
are currently providing
aircraft and/or medical
personnel to assist in the
relief operations.
Similar military sup-
port from Brunei, Great
Britain, New Zealand and
Thailand also is expected.
Marine Corps Forces,
Pacific is coordinating ef-
forts by Marine forces in
the U.S. Pacific Command
area of responsibility and
working with the Philip-
pine government to rap-
idly deliver assistance and
disaster relief to the areas
the Philippine govern-
ment deems most in need.
The U.S.-Philippines
visiting forces agreement
helped facilitate the speed
of this response.
Marine Corps Forces,
Pacific's ability to coor-
dinate with all available
Defense Department re-
sources in Pacom's area of
responsibility to respond
rapidly to the Philippine
government's request re-
affirms the value of the
close cooperation the two
nations share.
The people of the Phil-
ippines are responding to
the typhoon's impact with
characteristic resilience,
aided by the effective
measures their govern-
ment took to help prepare
them for the storm.
In the immediate after-
math of the typhoon, the
3rd Marine Expedition-
ary Brigade deployed a
humanitarian assistance
survey team to conduct
assessments of impacted
areas.
MV-22B Osprey tilt-ro-
tor aircraft deployed Nov.
12, from Marine Corps Air
Station Futenma, Okina-
wa, Japan, are helping to
support U.S. government
humanitarian assistance
and disaster relief opera-


Carrier


provides


relief

By MCSN Liam
Kennedy
Navy News Service
In the small village of
Guiuan, located in East-
ern Samar province, vil-
lagers lined up outside
the gate of a runway
awaiting food, water and
medical supplies to be
delivered by helicopters
from the George Wash-
ington Strike Group in
support of Operation
Damayan.
Guiuan was heavily af-
fected by Super Typhoon
Haiyan, which clocked
winds up to 195 miles per
hour with gusts up to 235
mph. Houses that were
once big and colorful, are
now gray and battered.


tions in the Philippines,
officially named Opera-
tion Damayan.
A total of 14 Ospreys
are operating around the
clock to provide much
needed supplies like food
and water to the most iso-
lated areas affected by the
typhoon.
Aid such as clothing,
food, water and medicine
is arriving at remote areas
stricken by the typhoon. At
the request of the govern-
ment of the Philippines
the U.S. Pacific Command
continues to send more
support to the humanitar-
ian assistance and disas-
ter relief operations.
A total of six more VM-
22B Ospreys with Marine
Medium Tiltrotor Squad-
ron 265 arrived in the Phil-
ippines at Clark Air Field,
Nov. 15-16.
Fourteen Ospreys are
now delivering food and
water to the most isolated
areas affected by the ty-
phoon.
"The aircraft will re-


Navy photo by MCSN Liam Kennedy
A Guiuan resident sits in a rickshaw outside of his ruined home in the aftermath
of Super Typhoon Haiyan.


Uprooted palm trees are
now makeshift shelters,
and water faucets are
now showers. But due to
support from the GWSG,
3d Marine Expeditionary
Brigade and other organi-
zations in close coordina-
tion with the Philippine


ally display how it is made
for this part of the world
when we fly south deliver-
ing the supplies out to the
people and reaching those
remote areas where peo-
ple have not been able to
receive supplies," said Ma-
rine Corps Capt. Robert
S. Swartz, an Osprey pilot
with VMM-265 which is
currently assigned to 3rd
Marine Expeditionary
Brigade's aviation combat
element, III Marine Expe-
ditionary Force.
"We don't need an air-
port to land, especially
since all the damage the
airports took down there;'
Swartz said.
The Osprey is an ideal
aircraft for this operation
due to the capabilities it
provides, according to
Swartz. With more Os-
preys in the air, more help
will be arriving at those
isolated locations.
Marine Corps Lance
Cpl. Jose Lujano of III Ma-
rine Expeditionary Force
contributed to this report.


govt. and military, the vil-
lager's morale and condi-
tions are improving.
"Strong winds and
waves hit our town early
in the morning," said
Haiyam Salisa, a Guiuan
resident. "We had noth-
ing within the matter of


an hour. We were afraid
and couldn't stop crying
till the storm was over."
The "Golden Falcons"
of Helicopter Sea Combat
Squadron 12 and the "Sa-
berhawks" of Helicopter
Maritime Strike Squad-
ron 77, embarked aboard


the Navy's forward-de-
ployed aircraft carrier
USS George Washington
(CVN 73), have airlifted
3,255 gallons of water,
24,900 pounds of food
and 2,630 pounds of gen-
eral supplies, and have
conducted 221 personnel
transfers.
"The Americans have
brought food and water to
us,;' said Sheen Gonzales,
mayor of Guiuan. "But
more importantly, they
have brought us trans-
portation to and from the
island. We were isolated
for many days and with-
out the American's help,
my people would not be
eating their regular meals
three times a day."'
As boxes of supplies
were off-loaded from
trucks and organized into
neat stacks for distribu-
tion, weary villagers ate
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W Georgia Real Estate

*As-ls*Good Condition*Buy Owner
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Murray Hill- Florida Christian Apts.
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Equal housing opportunity.
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year,.'heir time was given to community

organizations, church groups, youth

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A Division of Fowler Maxwell Financial Services

Specializing in VA Purchasing & Refinancing
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912-729-5626

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1W Dental

CLINICAL CHAIR SIDE ASST.
needed for fast paced Orthodontic
Office. Dental exp. is preferred but
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Fax Resumes (912)265-6799

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V Engineering

SHIFT ENGINEER
Needed to oversee the plant
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gal chillers & associated equip.,
emergency generators, medium
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system, & frequency drives.
Candidate will be resp. for the
work assignments of the building
engineers from the automated
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req. to have solid mechanical &
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learn buildings systems.
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MF Appliances


Appliances, buy, sell, trade & repair
W/Ds, Refrigs., stove, $85-up wrnty.
Man- Sun. 9-7. Delivery 904-695-1412


1W Estate Sales


Alderman Park Area
985 Park Forest Ln. Fri/Sat. 9-5. Sun
11-2. www.yesterdayschildlnc.com

SEstate Sale Final Closeout
Last days, Friday, 11/22,
tLnoon-4PM and Saturday, 11/23,
9AM-2PM. Closeout pricing!
Tables, chairs, artwork, chande-
liers, crystal lamps, patio furni-
ture, wheel chair, recliner, house-
hold items. I111 Margaret Street,
downtown St Marys


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Absolute Bargain. Queen PILLOW-
TOP Mattress Set $100. 644-0498
Bed- Beautiful New Bedroom Set
Must Sell $275-Call 484-6177 for info
4 DESK CORNER UNIT 3pc set,
medium burgundy, black
leather, laptop holder, printer
holder, I KEA. 904-206-0941,
$150 Obo.
KING SIZE P-S Sleep Number
bed w/dual wireless remote
< control, 2+yrs old $1200obo.
442-8028

1W Garage Sale

4 Jewelry, cameras, home
decor, paintings, prints for
sale. 6687 Blanding Blvd.
'Wanda 716-6437

q V Garden / Lawn

4 350 Long Tractor 41 horse $3K.
5 foot bush hog $350. 6 foot box
...blade $350. 912-729-6230

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S1/2 Carat Diamond Solitaire
SRing 14K yellow gold $800 .
1Back Pack Jansport carries
Small tent, sipg bag $75.
904-384-7809
4 20" GIRLS BIKE 7-teens $45.
Ceiling fan 52" $75, 4 lights, 5
|blades, white wicker boarder
mirror 19"xl1" $50. 904-384-7809
S BACK ISSUES Model
RailRoader for sale 50 cents
Each or $5.00 per Year o.b.o.
-904-771-0457
BIKE CARGO CASE polyeth-
4Iylene, inner foam divider &
tubing, sec. strapping, pull
strap 8& wheels 904-771-0699
SCABINET-metal 67" high 30"
wide, 18" deep, shelves, lock-
tLable drs, gd cond. $20. 502-1748
SRefrig. $70. Recliner Chr $60.
Headbd $30. Xmas lights &
4 boxes for Xmas gifts. Collins
Ridge Subd. 904-714-5753
SManual Mower $25. Wood
Lathe 495. 23"x63" Shower drs
c(2) $15. Drawtite Hitch $35.
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U Wall Curio, rosewood $150.
Oriental pictures $15. 100 chil-
dren silk sleeve $25. Brass but-
terflies, swan bell. 904-269-4312

9W Portable Buildings
Modular Buildings 24X36 $15,000.
HUNTCAMP, OFC, CLASSROOM.
24x36 Updte 2006. Hard panel
ext./int. 30' alum. ramp/steps. Sh.
roof. Del./setup. 904-629-2779.

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Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted
W Adopt A Pet/
Lost and Found
Lost Dog 0 St. Johns Town Ctr,
Male, B&W, 53 Ibs, neutered,
10 yrs. Vicinity of 1st Place Sports,
Nov 11. 904-868-7774

Pets and Supplies

CHIHUAHUA PUPS, 904-540-0716
Joyshomegrownchlhuahuas.com
LAB PUPS AKC Champ lines, OFA,
health guaranteed call 904-753-1155
POODLES AKC Toy Poodles $700,
taking Deposits now. 2-M, 2-F
Ready 12-31-13. 334-4058 call or text.


2014 BMW

320i Sedan


Per Month
36-Month Lease


MSRP $36,875
Premium Package, iPod/USB
Adapter, Hands-free Bluetooth


Tom Bush
BMW Jacksonville
9850 Atlantic Blvd. (866) 958-3780
tombushbmw.com


Aviation
Boats
Sailboats
Boat Dockage & Rentals
Marine Equipment
& Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's & Suppliers
Motorcycles & Mini Bikes
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
Antiques/Classics
Automobiles
Trucks/Trailers/SUVs
Vans/Buses
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Trucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease

S RVs and Supplies
S2011 Forest River Rockwood
Signature Ultra Lite 8316SS,
l34", Vineyard color, cherry
wood cabinets, 13.500BTU,
ducted roof a/c, power awning,
spare tire, & more. 1000mi's, looks
brand new $21,000. 509-637-6022
SVRI Travel Trailer tow eg. 2
TV's, front bath, new tires, qn
t lbed, sips 6, Irg slide out, $10K.
H :904-642-0881/c:716-1968
'VMotorcycles/Mini Bikes

2003 GOLDWING 1800. Exc
cond., 12,204mi's, gar. kept.
oCall 9a-6p. 904-707-7749. $10,500
., 2003 YAMAHA V-STAR 1100,
only 13kmi's, exc. cond., gar.
lzkept, only $3500. Call 757-6383
S2009 H.D. Heritage Screaming
Eagle Intake, exhaust system,
S stage one tuning, lots of extras


iMotorcycleslMini Bikes
S1996 TRIUMPH DAYTONA
1200, 9641mi's, garaged,
tL 751-3420 Iv msg. $4,000.

"FTrucks I Trailers I SUVs
S'93 GMC Suburban 5.7L A/T,
A/C, AM/FM/ CD, PW/PD, New
j'tires. $1850. 945-7218 before 8p

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1998 DODGE QUAD CAB 1500
Short bed, green high mileage,
highway miles, no air, motor
runs good $2000. 912-729-6230
S2007 JEEP WRANGLER,
32k mr's, red, soft top, mud
tires, flood lights, rock guards,
~-great shape! Extras! $16,200.
817-374-0041
S2010 Hyundai Veracruz. Lded.
Lthr. Very Clean. New Tires.
L Followed Maint. Schedule.
69,700mi. 80% Of these miles
are hwy miles. A Must See $ 18,500.
S'side/Bchs area 904-338-6152
4 2011 FORD RANGER LXT
S 16K+ mi's, 100 K Bumper to
1Bumper warr., exc. cond.
w/topper. $15,900. 904-445-0233
4 2011 RAM 2500 SLT, bik, Hemi,
4x4, 37,513mi's, 6" lift, 37x13.5
t tires, 20" wheels, tuner, cus-
tom exhaust & more. $9000 In
after market parts. $31,500obo.
509-637-6022


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their families, and your business, can spell SUCCESS.

Not only will your business benefit while the families are stationed here,
many military families retire to the area, with NSB Kings Bay being one
of the most sought-after assignments in the U.S. Navy.

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KINGS BAY, GEORGIA


Tom Bush BMW


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The Ultimate
Driving Machine


2014 BMW

Xl sDrive28i


Per Month
36-Month Lease


MSRP $36,775
Premium Package, Heated Front
Seats, iPod/USB Adapter


Tom Bush
BMW Orange Park
6914 Blanding Blvd. (888) 528-4962
opbmw.com


*Lease financing available on 2014 BMW 320i Sedan vehicles, only at participating BMW centers on leases assigned to BMW Financial Services NA, LLCI
Financial Services Vehicle Trust through December 02, 2013. $500 Option Allowance are credits against the MSRP of the final purchase, loan or lease on a
320i Sedan through December 02, 2013. $500 Loyalty Cash is a credit against the MSRP of the loan or lease on a 320i Sedan through December 02, 2013.
$500 Loyalty Cash available for returning BMWcustomers only. Monthly Lease payments of $279.00 for36 months based on MSRP of $36,875.00 and down
payment of $2,750. Vehicle may need to be ordered. Total Lease payments are $10,044.00. Purchase option at lease end for $24,338.00 excludes taxes.
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Purchase option at lease end for $22,801.00 excludes taxes. Both offers excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. Program available to qualified
customers and not everyone will qualify. Subject to credit approval. See participating dealer for details. Dealer contribution may affect terms. Lessee must cover
insurance and all items not covered underthe BMW Maintenance Program. At lease end, lessee will be liable for disposition fee ($350.00), any excess wear and
use as set forth in the lease agreement and excess mileage charges of $0.20 per mile for miles driven in excess of 30,000 miles. Lessee acquires no ownership
interest unless purchase option is exercised. See participating BMW centers for details and vehicle availability. 2013 BMW of North America, LLC. The BMW
name, model names and logo are registered trademarks.


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