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The Southernmost flyer /
Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
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Key West Citizen
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 5 (Mar. 9, 1990); title from caption.
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EYE ON THE FLEE TSOUTH CHINA SEA inside:SLO W DO WN He whispers ...............2 SEABEES SAIL Birthday ball at sea .......5 F OOD, FUN FAIR Military Saves .............6 SPRING F ORWARD!! Daylight Saving T ime begins at 2 a.m. Sunday! Move clocks forward an hour! TOP OF PAGE ONE: An F/A-18E Super Hornet assigned to the Stingers of Strike Fighter Attack Squadron (VFA) 113 prepares for launch aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). VOL. 18 NO. 10 WWW .CNIC.N AVY.MIL/KEYWES T N AVAL AIR S T A TION KEY WES T FLORIDAFRIDA Y MARCH 9, 2018 (March 2, 2018) Marines assigned to the 3rd Marine Division, fire M4 carbines during a live-fire exercise on the starboard aircraft elevator of the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6). Bonhomme Richard is operating in the Indo-Pacific region as part of a regularly scheduled patrol, providing a rapid-response capability .U.S. Navy photo by MC2 William Sykes U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Arnesia McIntyreSailors with the Bear Aces of Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 124 prepare an E-2C Hawkeye for flight T uesday at Boca Chica Field. The squadron is here with Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 8, from N AS Oceana, Virginia, for mission sustainment exercises. Navy offers new incentives for forward-deployed SailorsFR OM NAVY PERSONNEL COMMAND PUBLIC AFFAIRSThe Navy has announced that Sailors serving on sea duty in Japan, Guam and Spain now have an increased set of incen tives available to them, in NAVADMIN 042/18. According to the NAVADMIN, Sailors who voluntarily extend their sea duty at the listed locations to a minimum of 48 months, will have any remaining sea time left on their prescribed sea tour waived and be allowed to rotate to shore duty for their next assigned tour. Those who extend their tours by 12 months or more will be given preferential consideration for Combat birds flock to NAS for trainingFR OM N AS KEY WES T PUBLIC AFFAIRSA different variety of seasonal birds are landing at Naval Air Station Key Wests Boca Chica Field for the next as five squadrons with Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 8 are here for training. The squadrons and air wing are attached to aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77). They are here for mission sustainment exercises, basically a lot of training, Commanding Officer Capt. Bobby Baker told radio listeners Tuesday during his weekly interview with U.S. 1 Radios Bill Becker. CVW 8 is based out of NAS Oceana, Virginia. The air wing brings dozens of aviators and hundreds of air and maintenance crews to support the training, which will continue for several weeks. NAS Oceana-based Strike Fighter Squadrons (VFA) training here: Strike see CVW page 2 see INCENTIVES page 5Persistence proved pivotal in womens military successesBY MC3 ARNESIA M CINTYRESouthernmost FlyerEvery year, the month of March is observed as National Womens History Month to celebrate their contributions to nations history, culture, and society. March was designated as Womens History Month in 1987 by Congress when it passed Pub. L. 100-9 after being petitioned by the National Womens History Project. This years theme is Nevertheless S he Persisted: Honoring Women Who Fight All Forms of Discrimination Against Women. Naval Air Station Key West Security Manager Lisa Patrocky understands persistence. I was five months pregnant when I was told I couldnt go on the flight line because I was pregnant, said Patrocky, who is a retired chief aviation electronic technician. I told them to show me the instructions. Patrocky represents many women in the military who persisted in opening doors for women serving their country. Congress established the see WOMEN page 3


Fighter Squadron (VFA) 31, the Tomcatters, flying the F/A-18 Super Hornet; VFA37, the Raging Bulls, flying the F/A-18 Hornet; and VFA213, the Fighting Blacklions, flying the F/A -18 Super Hornet. Also here for training is Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 124, the Bear Aces, flying the E-2C Hawkeye out of NAS Norfolk, Virginia, and Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron (VAQ) 131, the Lancers, flying the EA-18G Growler, out of Whidbey IslandG Washington.Incline your ear Have you noticed there is never enough time? Wonder why everything is falling apart? Why we are stressed? Why we can work all day and the pile of to-dos just add up? Why no matter what, we cannot hear God speaking? During this Lenten season I am reading Mark Battersons book Whisper. This has been incredibly eye opening and convicting. I find myself busy racing from event to event, and slowly noticing I can easily slip into a rut. Battersons main point is how to hear the voice of God. God speaks to us today, sometimes audibly, sometimes through other people (my wife), and sometimes through events or the prompting of the Holy Spirit. I have started to love thinking of hearing God as it is described in Isaiah 55:3 Incline your ear, and come to me; hear, that your soul may live; and I will make with you an everlasting covenant, my steadfast, sure love for David. Incline your ear! I think a great solution for the constant race we see in society is to slow down. Lean in close to God and seek His will and leading in your life. God likely will not yell to get our attention. He will not compete for our affection. He will simply whisper to you so you will hear what is being said, but we must make the effort to lean in and hear. Batterson said, When someone speaks in a whisper, you have to get very close to hear. In fact, you have to put your ear near the persons mouth. We lean toward a whisper, and thats what God wants. The goal of hearing the heavenly Fathers voice isnt just hearing His voice; its intimacy with Him. Thats why He speaks in a whisper. He wants to be as close to us as is divinely possible! He loves us, likes us, that much. In our busy society it is expected we do not have time to relax, we work long days to come home, sleep and start over the next day. I think it is paramount to break that cycle. Take time to relax, to rejuvenate, and refresh. Not only will you be more productive, but also you will feel better about it and have much less collateral damage along the way. In Mark 2:27 it says, The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath. So the Son of Man is Lord even of the Sabbath. S cripture is adamant about rest, but not for God; for us. I want to encourage you to find time to slow down and take care of you. When we trust God with our time, God blesses that commitment. God will allow you to do more in six days with Him than you can in seven days without him. If you are in need of chaplain care, call your chaplains at 305293-2318, Naval Air Station Key West, or 305-292-8788, Coast Guard Sector Key West. COMMANDING OFFICER Capt. Bobby J. Baker EXECUTIVE OFFICER Cmdr. Greg Brotherton PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER Trice Denny EDITOR Jolene Scholl S T AFF MC2 Cody Babin MC3 Arnesia McIntyreThis newspaper is an authorized publication for members of the military service and their families. Its contents do not necessarily reflect the official views of the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense, or the U.S. Navy and do not imply endorsement thereof. The editorial content of this newspaper is prepared, edited and provided by the Public Affairs Office of Naval Air Station Key West, Florida. Additional copy and photographs provided by the readers of the Southernmost Flyer should be addressed to: Editor, Southernmost Flyer, Public Affairs Office, Naval Air Station, Box 9001, Key West, FL 33040-9001. Copy can also be e-mailed to jolene.scholl@ Telephone (305) 293-2425/2434. DSN 4832425/2434. Deadline for all editorial copy is 4 p.m. the Friday preceding publication. All articles must be submitted on disk in text format, written in upper/lower case style. March 101945 The Navy and civilian nurses interned at Los Banos, Philippines as prisoners of war are flown home.March 111941 President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Lend-Lease Act, which permits delivery of war materials to Allied Powers on credit or lease.March 121956 The first missile-firing aircraft squadron is deployed aboard USS Intrepid (CVA 11).March 131 982 USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) is commissioned at Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, Virginia.March 141929 During the Elba, Alabama, flooding, Navy planes from NAS Pensacola, Florida, fly relief supplies and conduct rescues to flooded towns.March 151943 U.S. 7th Fleet is established in Brisbane, Australia during WWII.March 161966 Gemini 8 launches with former naval aviator Neil Armstrong.March 171959 USS Skate (SSN 578) becomes the first submarine to surface at the North Pole. CG Sector Key West Command ChaplainLt.Derek Henson CHAPLAIN'S CORNER U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Cody BabinAir crews prepare Super Hornets for flight Thursday at Boca Chica Field. Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 8 is at N aval Air Station Key West for training. CVWcontinued from page 1


3 Navy Nurse Corps in 1908 and the first nurses (the Sacred Twenty) broke the barrier that eventually paved the way for all women to officially enter naval service. On July 20, 1942, Congress passed a public law allowing women to enlist in the Navy Reserve, To expedite the war effort by releasing officers and men for duty at sea and their replacement by women in the shore establishment of the Navy, and for other purposes. Soon after, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the law establishing Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVES). The WAVES performed jobs in fields such as aviation, secretarial, medical, communication, legal, intelligence, science and technology. The first female commissioned officer began with the WAVES. On June 12, 1948, Pres. Harry Truman signed Public Law 625, the Womens Armed Services Integration Act, which disbanded the WAVES and introduced regular and Reserve component status for women in the military. Capt. Alene Duerk was spot-promoted to flag rank, becoming the first female flag officer in 1972. Today, female Sailors and civilians play a vital role in the success of the Navy. Women serve in every rank from seaman to admiral and hold nearly every job from naval aviator to deep-sea diver. Job T itle: Air Frames/OMD Hometown: Dallas Prior Duty Stations: CNATTU North Island, California Hobbies: Swimming, working out, watching movies. Most Interesting Experience: C School. Future plans: Make chief or higher.AMAN Diana MartinezBriefly SEABEES CELEBRA TE B-DA YSeabees stationed at Naval Air Station Key West gathered for a sea-going outing March 2 to celebrate the 76th birthday of the Navys establishment of construction battalions. NAS Key West Chaplain Lt. Cmdr. Scott Mason, left photo, takes it away after his introduction from Lt. John Nurthren. UT2 Benjamin Fee, inset at right, presents a unique plaque to the guest speaker, Lt. Cmdr. John Stormy Fairweather.U.S. Navy photo by Arnesia McIntyreTemporary office closureThe Personal Property Office on Sigsbee Park will be closed Monday and Tuesday. The office will return to regular hours of operation on Wednesday. Lab services interruptedBecause of the semi-annual Navy medical first receiver operations training at Naval Branch Health Clinic, laboratory services arent available March 21 and 22. Laboratory services will be back up March 23. For more information, call (305) 293-4839.Volunteers neededThe Special Olympics needs volunteers to assist with an event March 24 at the White Street Bocce Courts. Monroe County is hosting over 100 athletes from Miami Dade and Monroe Counties and volunteers are needed to help set up, clean up, serve lunches, run scores to awards areas, and prepare and distribute awards. Volunteer check-in opens at 7 a.m., with a volunteer meeting at 7:30 a.m. Please view the volunteer orientation before arriving and bring the Class B volunteer form and ID to check-in. The form is available at http:// go/10c0544afa722a3fb6-area4. SAPR training startsFleet and Family Support Center begins the initial sexual assault prevention and response victim advocate training 8 a.m. 4 p.m. from March 12 16 at the FFSC officer on Sigsbee Park. The SAPR VA fills a vital role in the delivery of services to sexual assault/rape victims. The advocate is a primary source of information such as victim rights, military and community resources, as well as restricted and unrestricted reporting options. For additional information and/or registration please contact NASKW SARC Danielle Martin at 305-2932408, or email danielle.c.martin@ navy.milMS group meetsThe Multiple Sclerosis Support Group will meet at 10:30 a.m. March 17 in the Lower Keys Medical Center board room. The meeting is open to those with MS and their caregivers. For more information, please call Sandi at 305-396-7553.Bible study continuesNaval Air S tation Key West Religious Ministries Department is hosts mens and womens Bible study on a weekly basis. The Mens Ministry (studying Series) meets at 7 a.m. Wednesdays at Fleet and Family Support Center. The Woman of the Chapel program (studying Uninvited) meets from 9:30 11:30 a.m. Tuesdays at the Sigsbee Community Center and from 6 8 p.m. Tuesdays at the Fleet and Family Support Center. For more information, call the chaplains office at 305-293-2318.see BRIEFLY page 7Womencontinued from page 1 Spring forward one hour at 2 a.m. Sunday!


Gym closureThe Boca Chica Fitness Center will be closed through Sunday while contractors complete work on the gymnasium basketball court flooring. The center will re-open Monday, at which time the gym should be fully operational.Vet ClinicNAS Key West hosts a two-day Veterinary Clinic from 9 a.m. 4 p.m., March 27 29. The clinic returns to Bldg.-1509A, Spadefish Court, Sigsbee Park. To schedule an appointment, or for questions, email KeyWestVetS erv@gmail. com; allow 48 hours for a response. A ppointments are scheduled every 30 minutes and open to active duty, retirees and their dependents with valid military ID. Visit www. events for more details on what services are provided.Softball tourneyGames start March 19 and are Mondays and Wednesdays at 5 & 6 p.m. Rosters are due Monday and can be submitted to The league is capped at eight teams because of limited game time availability. For additional details, call 305-797-7791.Frisbee gameUltimate Frisbee games start April 17 and play T uesdays and T hursdays at 5 and 6 p.m. Rosters are due April 10 and can be submitted to The league is capped at eight teams because of limited game time availability. For more details, call 305-797-7791.Craft nightMWR Community Recreation offers a number of crafting opportunities each month at the Sigsbee Community Center. All supplies are provided and patrons are welcome to bring their favorite beverages. Most activities are open to children unless stated otherwise. Pre-registration is required. To register, make full payment at the Tickets & Travel Office on Sigsbee Park. Upcoming events: Wednesday: Personalized T-shirt painting March 20: Water bottle art March 28: Wood burningRecreation eventsMWR Community Recreation offers events each month that offer the opportunity to explore Key West and other sites. All transportation departs from the Sigsbee Community Center across from the dog park. To reserve your seat, make payment at the Ticket & Travel Office on Sigsbee Park. For pricing and more event details call 305-563-0364 or visit www. N avyMWRKeyWest. com/events. Saturday: Calle Ocho Festival Trip March 24: Miami Shopping Trip March 24 : Miami-Dade County Fair TripMovie NightMWR will be screening Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (PG-13) Saturday at 7 p.m. at Sunset Lounge on Sigsbee. The movie is free and open to all MWR authorized patrons. Bring a chair to enjoy front row lawn seating. Enjoy the Sunset Lounge kids menu and dinner specials. No outside food or beverages. There will also be popcorn, candy and light-up toys for sale. For additional information call or text 305563-0364.Navigators musicNavigators Bar at the Boca Chica Marina has live entertainment during the season from 6 9 p.m. For additional details, call 305-293-2468 or visit www.NavyMWRKeyWest. com/events. Upcoming performers: Friday: B-Man & Mi-Shell March 24: Island Time March 30: Tom Taylor April 14: Island TimeSunset LoungeLive entertainment and free events are at the Sunset Lounge in Sigsbee Park overlooking the water. All events are from 6 9 p.m., unless noted otherwise. March 16: Karaoke with DJ Gunz March 16: St. Patricks Day Party, 4 10 p.m. March 18: Sunday Brunch, 10 a.m. 1 p.m. March 22: Karaoke with DJ Gunz March 30: Karaoke with DJ GunzPickleball Open pickleball is from 9:30 10:30 a.m. Mondays on the Sigsbee Tennis Courts. Pickleball is a racquet sports that combines the elements of badminton, tennis and ping-pong. For more information call 305-293-2480 or email SailorThe Liberty Program offers events and activities for single or unaccompanied E-6 and below. Follow on Facebook at MWRLibertyKeyWest or register for text updates by texting request to 305-7974468. Contact Maria for upcoming events at 305-797-4468. This months activities: Saturday: Eco Discovery Center and US Coast Guard Cutter Ingham tour Sunday: Key West Lighthouse tour Thursday: Game Night at the barracks March 17: St. Patricks Day lunch March 22: Art and craft night March 24: Paintball at Extreme Rage Paintball Park in Miami March 25: All-hands disk golf March 28: Art and craft night March 29: Cooking class March 30: Bowling at AirlanesMWR Update see MWR page 5


5 This week at FFSC Mutwiri joins FFSCS ocial Worker Kristal Mutwiri has joined Naval Air Station Key Wests Fleet and Family Support Center staff. She brings with her 17 years of experience in a variety of settings community, state government and military. For more information, call 305-293-3770.Suicide AwarenessFriday, 10 11 a.m., FFSC This workshop will help you identify signs and symptoms of suicide to watch for and address steps to take if a peer is showing these signs. Register with Amanda Slater at 305-293-2766 or email VA TrainingMonday Friday, 8 a.m. 4 p.m. FFSC This 40-hour training is designed to provide SAPR VAs with the education, skills and resources needed to deliver high-standard services directly to victims of sexual assault. Contact Danielle Martin at 305-293-2408.Resume Writing WorkshopThursday, 1 2:30 p.m., FFSC The properly constructed resume will help you stand out in todays highly competitive job market. Topics include the basics of resumes, key words and formatting. Register with Dave Patrocky at 305-293-3770 or email FFSC offers many services, including deployment support, relocation assistance, family employment readiness, life skills education, personal financial management, crisis incident response and training, sexual assault prevention and response, ombudsman support, transition assistance management, family advocacy and professional counseling. For more information or to request services, call 305-293-4408 or visit the center at 804 Sigsbee Rd., Sigsbee Park. National Nutrition Month: Make healthier food choicesFR OM NAVAL HOSPIT AL JACKSONVILLEEach March, the Academy of N utrition and Dietetics celebrates National Nutrition Month. The theme for 2018 is Go Further with Food, a reminder that each one of us holds the tool to make healthier food choices. Making small changes during National Nutrition Month, and over time, will help improve your health now and into the future. Going further with food is important for many reasons. Whether its starting the day off with a healthy breakfast or eating right for an athletic event, the foods you choose can make a big difference. Preparing foods at home, rather than eating out, can be healthier and save you money in the long run. Some ways in which we can make better choices are: Include a variety of healthful foods, from all of the food groups, on a regular basis; consider the foods you have on hand before buying more; buy only the amount that can be eaten or frozen within a few days and plan ways to use leftovers later in the week; be mindful of portion sizes and eat and drink the amount thats right for you, as ChooseMyPlate. gov encourages us to do; continue to use good food safety practices; find activities that you enjoy, and be physically active most days of the week; and realize the benefits of healthy eating, by consulting with a health care professional. Find out more, includ ing your personal daily calorie limit, at www. or stop by N aval Branch Health C linic Key Wests Health Promotions, or call the program at 305-293-3857. M UT WIRI Exercise classesThe fitness center on Boca Chica has returned to regular hours: 5 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Monday Friday and 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. All fitness classes are free to authorized patrons and are designed for all fitness levels, from beginner to advanced. The fitness schedule is subject to change without notice. Call 305-293-2480 for more information. Monday Yoga 6:30 7:45 p.m., Sigsbee Community Center Wednesday Cycling Power Hour 5:30 6:30 p.m., Boca Chica Cycling Studio Thursday Gentle Yoga 10:30 11:30 a.m., Sigsbee Community CenterYouth FestIn recognition of the Month of the Military Child in April, MWR is hosting the annual Youth Fest from 2 5 p.m. April 14 at Sigsbee Field. Families can enjoy the afternoon with such activities as face painting, paintball shooting gallery, animal farm, inflatables, Waynes Auto car smash and a performance by motivational rapper Absoloot. Food will be available for purchase as a fundraiser for the NAS Key West Holiday Committee. This event is sponsored by Absoloot, USAA, Waynes Auto, Fury Water Adventures Key West, Waste Management, Key West, Sparkling Ice, Key West Military Affairs Committee, Navy League Key West Council, Southernmost VFW Post 3911 and the NAS Key West Chief Petty O fficers Association. [Sponsorship does not imply Federal endorsement of product or service.] For more information or questions call 305-2932783.Job opportunities There are currently a number of open positions within MWR and NGIS. Child & Youth Programs (C YP) seeks a Training & Curriculum Specialist. NOTE: to apply for this specific position you must create an account on USAJOBS.GOV and apply through that website. There are also open positions for bartenders, child care workers, maintenance workers and more. For a full list of jobs, visit www. N avyMWRKeyWest. com/jobs.MWRcontinued from page 4 announced billets in career management system/interactive detailing. Eligible Sailors who extend their sea tours for at least 12 months still have the option of sea duty incentive pay. The overseas tour extension incentive program also remains an option for eligible Sailors. A dditionally, with the release of this NAVADMIN, first-term Sailors in grades E-3 and below are now authorized accompanied orders to overseas locations where dependents are authorized. Our goal is to reward those Sailors who volunteer to extend to meet the demands from the fleet, said Rear Adm. John Meier, director, Career Management Department, Navy Personnel Command. Sailors interested in taking advantage of these incentives must request an extension by submitting an enlisted personnel action request (NAVPERS 1070/7 Rev. 1/03) 18 14 months before their projected rotation date. Sailors should contact the command career counselor.Incentivescontinued from page 1


U.S. Navy photos by MC3 Arnesia McIntyreMilitary Saves Week ends with cookout, information fairFR OM N AS KEY WES T PUBLIC AFFAIRSNaval Air Station Key Wests Sailors capped off Military Saves Week with a cookout and information fair March 2 at the Chief Petty Officers Mess parking lot on Boca Chica Field. In addition to the free barbecue, Morale, Welfare and Recreation provided activity stations and sponsors had materials available on savings tips and practices. Sailors who signed the savers pledge also had an opportunity to vie for $500 in the Blizzard of Dollar$, sponsored by Keys Federal Credit Union. The winner of $500 was YNC Derrick Cunningham, who grabbed $3,600 in pretend cash while in the booth.OS1 Kendall Saughter and ABE1 Kristoffer Parel flip burgers for Sailors and DOD civilians attending the Military Saves Cookout and Fair March 2. MA2 Angelica Olivencia, at right, grabs pretend cash in the Blizzard of Dollar$ booth. ABHC Manuel Mallada tosses a bean bag during a game of corn hole, one of the actvities at the Military Saves Cookout and Fair at the Chief Petty Officers Mess parking lot.


7 FOR RENT Cottage 1 BR/1 BA, New Town, 450 sq. ft. Nonsmoking, A/C, one parking space provided. Furnished (arrangements can be made for unfurnished). $2,000/month; active duty with ID pay $1,800 per month. Water included. Minimum one year lease w/ F/L/S due at signing. Occupancy limited to two people. Call Cynthia at 305-304-0439. House 2BR/2BA. Oceanfront Cudjoe. Available April 15. Wraparound deck with sunset view. Fully furnished. Off-street parking. F/L/S $3,300/month plus utilities. Long-term/military preferred. Call Lorenzo at 305-998-8327. House 3BR/2BA, excellent condition. Recently remodeled. Central A/C, large covered patio. Offstreet parking. F/L/S. $3,000/month. Please call 305-304-1758. HELP WANTED Hyatt Windward Pointe seeks a full-time front desk associate. No overnight shifts. Benefits include hotel discounts, vacation, sick pay, 401K plan, dental, vision, and medical insurance. Apply at jobs. Bartender Navigator Bar at Boca Chica Marina seeks a part-time bar tender. Pick up an application at The Navigator or download a copy at www. jobs. Follow directions on the website to turn in applications to MWR/HR. Call 305-293-2402 if you have questions. Sloppy Joes Bar seeks security staff. Candidates must possess customer service skills, sound judgment and good decision making. Prior security, martial arts or military experience is a plus. Sign-on bonus after 90 days. Contact Jodi Novosel at 305-296-2388, ext. 123 or email jodi@sloppyjoes. com. NAS KEY WEST CLASSIFIEDS are free for activeduty and retired personnel, their families and civilian base employees only. Deadline for submissions is noon the Tuesday before Fridays issue. Make submissions by email, jolene.; mail or for more information, call 305-293-2425. FSA tax help at FFSCFacilitated Self A ssistance for tax preparation provides taxpayers with the resources to file taxes electronically, with guidance from an IRS-certified volunteer. FSA volunteers will be available at Fleet and Family Support Center through April 17, from 9 a.m. 3 p.m., Monday Friday. For additional information, or to volunteer, call ACC Kathleen Arcan at 305-2932840 or email kathleen.arcan@navy. mil.CSADD seeks membersThe C oalition of Sailors A gainst Destructive Decisions is currently looking for new members. Meetings are every Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Air Ops Conference Room. CSADD a peer-to-peer mentorship program focusing on volunteerism and educating our young Sailors. For more information, email AZCS (AW) Amy-Shirelle Santos at continued from page 3 U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Arnesia McIntyreNaval Air Station Key West Fire and Emergency Services Firefighter and EMT Bob Guien Jr. helps a youngster use a stethoscope to listen to his heart during a tour Thursday of the Fire Station 1 on Boca Chica Field. The tour was for the NAS Religious Services Women of the Chapel program and their children.T ODDLER T OUR