EYE ON THE FLEE TARABIAN GULF inside:FLO VISIT Airfield tour ...............2 SAPR VAs train ..................3 TBI Requires quick response ..5 IN THE EYE ASF training ...............6 TOP OF PAGE ONE: A C-2A Greyhound assigned to the Providers of Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VRC) 30 approaches the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). VOL. 18 NO. 12 WWW .CNIC.N AVY.MIL/KEYWES T N AVAL AIR S T A TION KEY WES T FLORIDAFRIDA Y MARCH 23, 2018 (March 19, 2018) ABE3 Matthew Dowdell signals to an E/A-18G Growler assigned to the Cougars of Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 139 on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). Theodore Roosevelt and its carrier strike group are deployed to the U .S. 5th Fleet area of operations in support of maritime security operations.U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Alex Perlman U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Arnesia McIntyreN aval Air Station Key Wests N atural Resources Manager Matt Martin, left, and Environmental Division Director Ed Barham, examines the hutch created by a Lower Keys Marsh Rabbit in an area that was populated with mangroves until the Boca Chica Field Clear Zones and Drainage System Restoration Project restored the area to wetlands. The N AS division was selected 2018 Secretary of the N avy Environmental N atural Resources Conservation Small Installation Award Winner BY MC3 ARNESIA M CINTYRESouthernmost FlyerThe Secretary of the Navy recognized Naval Air Station Key Wests Environmental Division Thursday, announcing it had been selected as 2018 Secretary of the Navy Environmental Natural Resources Conservation Small Installation Award Winner. The annual environmental awards program recognizes Navy and Marine Corps ships, installations and people for outstanding performance in promoting environmental stewardship. Please join me in congratulating the following outstanding best of the best environmental stewards for receiving the 2018 SECNAV Environmental Awards, wrote RDML Bette Bolivar, Commander, Navy Region Southeast in a Bravo Zulu email. In addition to NAS Key West, the Navy Vieques Environmental Restoration Team, Puerto Rico, was recognized. Awards are presented for accomplishments in natural resources conservation, cultural resources management, environmental quality, sustainability, environmental restoration, environmental excellence in weapon system acquisition, and environmental planning. By presenting the awards, SECNAV recognizes organizations and people who have made significant contributions in environ mental areas. NAS Key West is the Navys premier East Coast pilot training facility for tactical aviation squadrons and also has a mission to support operational and readiness requirements for the DOD, Department of Homeland Security, National Guard units, federal agencies and Allied forces. NAS Key West is unique see AWARD page 7 Focus groups hone climate survey resultsBY MC3 ARNESIA M CINTYRESouthernmost FlyerSailors and DOD employees assigned to NAS Key West recently completed a Defense Equal Opportunity Climate Survey. The survey paints a very clear picture to where our command climate is right at this moment. said HMCS Ocheltree, command climate specialist. The Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute provides annual Organizational Climate Surveys that allow all Sailors and civilians to provide feedback on command issues. The survey focuses mainly on three areas: Military equal opportunity, civilian equal employment opportunity and organizational effectiveness, Ocheltree said. Participants are able to characterize the com mands readiness, formal and informal policies, practices and procedures that occur or are likely see F OCUS page 5NAS wins SECNAV environmental award
Obey your conscience The time has changed; the sun is now shining more. Well, we live in Key West, so it never really stopped shin ing. But you get the drift spring has arrived. We are deep into the season of Lent and I hope each and every one of you is growing in your faith as we approach the Easter holiday. I have been thinking a lot lately about doing the right thing. There have been many times in my life that doing the wrong thing, or doing what someone else wanted, would have been much easier. It seems that this is a never ending process for me, and I assume it is with you as well. I want to encourage you to listen to your instinct. When something does not seem right, it likely is not. Often this is going to be taking a stand that may not be popular. If you do not take a stand it shows others your values. The Coast Guards core values are Honor, Respect and Devotion to Duty. The Navys core values are Honor, Courage and Commitment. These values are both similar and they have themes in them, clearly honor is a theme. In my last job I had a medical helicopter pilot tell me, as we were doing a check on something that had become redundant, Chaps, right is right 100 percent of the time. I know this stemmed from the fact that one mistake could cause a mishap that could easily cause loss of life, including mine. What he said stuck with me and almost daily I think about it. Right is right. We know what we need to do, when we need to do it and how to properly execute what needs to be done. When your integrity is challenged what are you doing? Are you doing what is right even when it hurts, even when you have to face a giant? When it may make you less popular? You may lose friends who want you to stretch the truth, to look the other way, to go with the flow. But what are you sacrificing? Are lives in danger? Are you living up to the core values of the service in which you are serving? If your faith is important to you, there are scriptures that offer guidance. When I think about what to do in a situation I compare and contrast to scripture. For me when I have to take a stand I think of James 4:17 says, So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin. Right is right. If you are facing a mountain that seems huge, no matter what it is, chaplains are here to help. We listen and can provide a confidential sounding board. If you are in need of chaplain care, please call your chaplains at 305-293-2318, Naval Air Station Key West, or 305-7971211, Coast Guard Sector Key West. Visit our Facebook page Truman Chapel NAS Key West for upcoming events. I want to encourage you to join us for Easter sunrise service at 7 a.m. on Truman Beach. A second Easter service is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. at the Sigsbee Park Community Center; it will be followed by a potluck and egg hunt for the children. 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@ navy.mil. 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 231898 USS Oregon departs San Francisco to join ships off Cuba during the Spanish-American War.March 241977 The initial service acceptance trials for the CH-53E Super Stallion are completed at Naval Air Test Center, Naval Air Station Patuxent River.March 251957 The first F8U-1 Crusader is delivered to a fleet unit, VF-32, in the record time of two years after the first flight of the experimental model.March 261942 During World War II, Adm. Ernest J. King becomes Chief of Naval Operations and also Commander, U.S. Fleet, holding both positions through the rest of the war.March 271975 The evacuation by sea of Da Nang, Vietnam, begins with Military Sea Command ships carrying more than 30,000 refugees until North Vietnamese troops overrun the city on March 30.March 281991 The first Navy carrier battle groups return to the United States following action during Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.March 291960 The first fully integrated Fleet Ballistic Missile system test, an A1X test vehicle, is launched. Foreign liaison officers assigned to Joint Interagency Task Force South pose in front of an F5-N Tiger, flown by adversarial training squadron Fighter Squadron Composite (VFC) 111. The officers were given an informational tour of Naval Air Station Key Wests Boca Chica Field Wednesday, U.S. Navy photo by Trice DennyFLIGHT LINE FAVORITE CG Sector Key West Command ChaplainLt.Derek Henson CHAPLAIN'S CORNER
3 Job T itle: Air Traffic Control Hometown: Valencia, California Prior Duty Stations: Pensacola, Florida Hobbies: Softball, football and SCUBA diving. Most Interesting Experience: Stepping off the bus at RTC. Future plans: Continue Naval career in ATC.ACAA Jacob WheelerBriefly U.S. Navy photo by Amanda SlaterIncoming victim advocates recently completed training with Sexual Assault Response Coordinator Danielle Martin. They are, from left, GM1 Arturo Gonzales, A T1 Justin Kelly, LS2 Joshua Thomas, OS1 Veronica Martinez, AM2 Colin Kelly, AM2 Austin Zang, GM1 Roderick Johnson, PS2 Dillon Thayer, T imothy Faucette, ABHC T errone Wolliston, OS2 Courtney Dehart, Ismail Y oung, YN2 Aeryl Graham, OS2 Jalisha Choateseden, A T2 Cledith Barnesrayford, DC2 Albert Alberto and OS2 Kimberly Carmichael.Incoming victim advocates complete SAPR TrainingBY D ANIELLE M AR TIN, SARCFleet & Family Support CenterFifteen military members and two DOD civilians recently completed the 40 hour Sexual Assault Prevention and Response training class for victim advocates. The training covered a wide range of SAPR related topics and input from several guest speakers, including Naval Air Station Key West Detective Lee Anderson and Judge Advocate General Lt. Sara Wooten. The SAPR VA fills a vital role in the delivery of services to victims of sexual assault. The advocate is a primary source of information such as victim rights, military and community resources, as well as restricted and unrestricted reporting options. SAPR VAs also support sexual assault prevention and intervention strategies at their commands. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a SAPR VA, please call Danielle Martin at 305-293-2408, email danielle.c.martin@navy. mil or stop by the FFSC at 804 Sigsbee Road, Building V-4058. The next SAPRVA training class is scheduled for June 18 -22 at the FFSC. The training comes as the DOD prepares for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month in April. This years SAAPM theme is Protecting Our People Protects Our Mission. Eliminating sexual assault requires every service member to be a steadfast participant in creating an appropriate and respectful culture and upholding Navy core values. Check with your installation Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, located at the Fleet and Family Support Center, if you would like to volunteer or participate in SAAPM activities. If you are a victim of sexual assault 24/7 assistance is available. Call the DOD Safe Helpline at 877-995-5247, NAS Key West SAPR VA 305-797-1408, or NAS Key West SARC 786-383-7873. In case of emergency, please dial 911. CPO events mark birthdayNaval Air Station Key Wests Chief Petty Officers Mess, Boca Chica Field, will play host to a number of events Monday Thursday celebrating CPO Heritage Week. The grade of chief petty officer was established on April 1, 1893. The first event, the 2018 Goat Locker Challenge, is from 8 a.m. noon Monday. On Tuesday, the CPO 5K takes off at 7:30 a.m. from the mess, and then on Thursday, from 11 a.m. 1 p.m., the mess will provide free lunch to all hands.Easter bunny at NEXThe NEX on Sigsbee Park will celebrate its 72nd birthday from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. Saturday with cake, prizes and a special visit from the Easter Bunny. Youngsters can have their photo taken with the Easter Bunny and enter a coloring contest.Easter services setNaval Air Station Key Wests Religious Ministries Department has set the Easter Sunrise Service for 7 a.m. April 1 at Truman Beach, beyond the Beach Patio Recreation Center. A second service is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. at the Sigsbee Park Community Center. A potluck lunch and Easter egg hunt will follow. For more information, call 305-293-2318.
Gym closureThe Boca Chica Fitness Center is open for regular hours. Unfortunately, work continues on the gym floors; it remains closed until further notice. All fitness classes will continue as scheduled.Vet ClinicThe NAS Key West Veterinary Clinic scheduled for Tuesday Thursday, is completely booked.Youth bowlingChild and Youth Programs hosts a youth bowling league at the Airlanes Bowling Center & Grill on the first Saturday of each month. The clinic is for children 5 18 years old; the group size is limited to 18 per sessionegister, drop off and pick up at the Youth Center on Sigsbee Park. Transportation departs at noon and returns by 3 p.m. For more information call 305-293-4437.Disc golfAll levels are wel come Sunday from 4 6 p.m. for disc golf at Beach Patio Recreation Center on Truman Annex. Registration is not required and it is open to all-hands. For more details, call 305797-7791 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgCraft 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: Wood burningRecreationMWR 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 305563-0364 or visit www. NavyMWRKeyWest. com/events. Saturday: Miami Shopping Trip Saturday: Miami-Dade County Fair Trip April 7: Disney on Ice: Reach for the StarsNavigators 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 Saturday: 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. Saturday: Closed for a private event M arch 29: Karaoke with DJ Gunz March 30: Karaoke with DJ Gunz March 31: Island TimeSingle SailorThe Liberty Program offers events and activities for single or unaccompanied E-6 and below. Follow on Facebook at www.Facebook. com/MWRLibertyKeyWest or register for text updates by texting request to 305797-4468. Contact Maria for upcoming events at 305-797-4468. This months activities: Saturday: Paintball at Extreme Rage Paintball Park in Miami Sunday: All-hands disk golf March 28: Art and crafts night March 29: Cooking class March 30: Bowling at AirlanesFrisbeeUltimate Frisbee games start April 17 and play Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5 and 6 p.m. Rosters are due April 10 and can be submitted to email@example.com. The league is capped at eight teams because of limited game time availability. For more details, call 305-797-7791.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 class es 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 Studi o Thursday Gentle Yoga 10:30 11:30 a.m., Sigsbee Community CenterYouth FestIn celebration of April being the Month of the Military Child, MWRs annual Youth Fest will be held on April 14 from 2 5 p.m. at Sigsbee Field. Enjoy an afternoon with the families of NAS Key West, featuring 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, FL, Sparkling Ice, Key West Military Affairs Committee, Navy League Key West Council, Southernmost VFW Post 3911 and the NAS Key West Chief Petty Officers Association. For more information or questions call 305-293-2783.MWR Update
5 to occur, such as co-worker relationships, awards and recognition, sexual harassment and sex discrimination, differential command behavior toward minorities, positive equal opportunity behaviors, racist behaviors, and religious, age and disability discrimination. DEOMI tabulates the information for a report that shows statistical data for each of the topics and demographics, he added. Once the report comes back, the commanding officer, command climate specialist and the command resilience team analyze the reports and come up with questions to ask focus groups made up of the installations Sailors and civilians. The team then attempts to determine, Is this something valid or one or two people just complaining? said Ocheltree This year, the command had ten focus groups that discussed their concerns and made recommendations for improvements. There are suggested topics for the groups to cover, but no issue is off limits for discussion, Ocheltree noted. During the focus group, command resilience team representative writes down anonymous statements and creates lists of what issues are troubling Sailors, as well as possible solutions. The list is then provided to CO for review. The surveys are administered in different ways to appeal to survey participants. Last year, Ocheltree said NAS Key West was the first command in the DOD that offered multiple language surveys; they were in Spanish, Creole and English. In addition to last years languages, surveys in French were introduced this year. The Defense Equal Opportunity Climate Survey is designed to provide the CO with an anonymous way for Sailors and civilians to give input on various issues throughout the command. That input allows the command team to know what issues need addressing. Areas needing improvement are targeted with detailed recommendations.This week at FFSC IA Spouse & Family GroupMonday, 8 9 a.m., FFSC Meet and catch up with other IA families in the area, and explore some of the unique challenges faced by IA families. The time together helps make connections with other families facing similar issues. Register with Amanda Slater at 305-293-2766 or email amanda. firstname.lastname@example.org.Parenting Enrichment Tuesday, 8 9 a.m., FFSC Use education as a tool to enhance your experience as a parent. This workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to explore practical methods of positive discipline, amongst other topics, as a means to build positive family interactions and the parenting process. Register with Amanda Slater at 305-293-2766 or email email@example.com. FFSC offers many services including life skills education, personal financial management, crisis incident response and training, sexual assault prevention and response, ombudsman support, transition assistance management,and professional counseling. Call 305-2934408 or visit 804 Sigsbee Rd., Sigsbee Park.Traumatic brain injury: Recognize the signsFR OM NAVAL HOSPIT AL JACKSONVILLENational Brain Injury Awareness Month is a time to recognize the millions of Americans living with traumatic brain injuryrelated disabilities. TBI is caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head, or penetrating head injury that disrupts the normal function of the brain. However not all blows or jolts to the head result in a TBI. Its a major cause of death and disability in the U.S., contributing to about 30 percent of all injury deaths each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Everyone is at risk for a TBI, especially children and older adults, said Cmdr. Duneley Rochino, Naval Branch Health Clinic Key West officer in charge. Know the signs and symptoms of TBI and seek proper care. Physical signs and symptoms of TBI include headache, fuzzy or blurry vision, nausea or vomiting (early on), dizziness, sensitivity to noise or light, balance problems, or feeling tired or having no energy. Some symptoms might appear right away, while others might not be noticed for days or months after injury. Children with a brain injury can have the same symptoms as adults, but its often harder for them to let others know. According to the CDC, about 75 percent of TBIs that occur each year are concussions or other forms of mild TBI. Repeated mild TBIs occurring over an extended period of time can result in cumulative neurological and cognitive deficits. Repeated mild TBIs occurring within short periods of time (hours, days, or weeks) can be catastrophic or fatal. Leading causes of TBI include falls, being hit by an object, and motor vehicle crashes. According to the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, active duty and reservists are at increased risk of sustaining a TBI compared to their civilian peers, as a result of several factors demographics (age), operational and training activities and deployment to areas that put service members at risk for experiencing blast exposures, such as improvised explosive devices, suicide bombers, and grenades. TBI is a serious condition. Individuals with suspected brain injuries should seek medical care immediately by contacting their Medical Home Port team to schedule an urgent care appointment, or for emergencies going to the emergency room or calling 911. NBHC Key West patients can be evaluated by Naval Hospital Jacksonvilles TBI screening program after receiving a consultation or referral from their Medical Home Port team. For more information, visit the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov.Focuscontinued from page 1
ACAA Wendy Alvarez, left photo, uses a baton to fend off MA2 Samuel Junker during training March 16. In the photo above, ABH2 James Frary, center, demonstrates proper striking techniques. Alvarez and Frary were among a group of six Sailors who completed training to join the installations Auxiliary Security Force. ABE3 Joshua Jeffers, center, demonstrates proper striking techniques after being sprayed in the eyes with Oleoresin Capsicum spray during a Security Reaction Force-Basic course at Boca Chica baseball field.U.S. Navy photos by MC3 Arnesia McIntyreSailors take on OC spray as part of ASF trainingBY MC3 ARNESIA M CINTRYRESouthernmost FlyerA group of Sailors participated in the Security Departments infamous oleoresin capsicum (OC) spray training course March 16. The six are working toward becoming members of Naval Air Station Key Wests Auxiliary Security Forces. The three-week long Security Reaction Force Basic course begins with familiarizing Sailors with the effects of OC, and what to do if they are exposed to it during an encounter. The first week is made up of mechanical advantage control holds restraining techniques, the use of deadly force, proper use of the baton and the operation of OC spray. At the end of the week Sailors are sprayed and they complete obstacles, demonstrating verbal commands, take downs, baton strikes and defensive blocks. The second week consists of training on the 9mm pistol and the M16 rifle. The last week is a combination of tactical communication, team movement and closequarters combat.
7 in that it is enclaved within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and is located within two of the four regions of the state designated as an Area of Critical State Concern Key West and Monroe County. The Navy owns more than 12 distinct properties in the Florida Keys, occupying 6,400 acres, with over 20 miles of shoreline, according to NAS Key West Environmental Division Director Edward Barham. The largest property, Boca Chica Field, is more than 60 percent undeveloped wetlands, which supports a wide variety of native flora and fauna. NAS Key West is unique because we have requirements most other bases dont because we are in the middle of a marine sanctuary, Barham said. Our whole airfield is an endangered species habi tat, he added. The NAS Key West Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan has identified 23 federally listed protected or endangered species on NAS Key West property, including 21 animals and two plants. The critically endangered Lower Keys marsh rabbit, for example, is endemic to the Lower Florida Keys. NAS Key West is home to 15 percent population of the total marsh rabbit habitat, but hosts more than 60 percent of the total population. Weve been applying for years. What made this package stand out was the airfield restoration project, said Barham. The Boca Chica Field Clear Zones and Drainage System Restoration, which cost more than $50 million, was completed after nearly a decade of planning and construction, The project opened up natural waterways that had been blocked decades earlier when runways were laid in preparation for WWII. The lagoons that formed supported the growth of mangroves. The project included removing several hundred acres of mangroves. To offset that loss, about 100,000 plants were planted to mitigate the mangroves that were removed. This is the biggest wetland project the Florida Keys will ever see, Barham noted at the time of projects completion in 2014. Today, we are seeing the results of mitigation, which takes a couple of years for vegetation to grow and survive, he said Thursday. NAS Key Wests Environmental Division consists of eight personnel who work to educate the public and base personnel on the installations, mission to protect, preserve and conserve our nature environment through proper stewardship of natural resources. FOR RENT Cudjoe Key 2BR/1BA apartment by the water. Nice kitchen area with new appliances, large dining/living room plus studio area. Central A/C. Utilities included. $1,875 per month. Available April 15. Maximum of two people/ no pets. Call 305-394-7464 or email bwpsg45@icloud. com. Please call after 5:30 p.m., or any time over weekend. Sigsbee Park 2BR/1BA townhome. DOD-employed female seeks other DOD employed female to share base housing. Must be clean, respectful; prefer no pets. For more information, call or text to 813260-0506. New Town 1 BR/1 BA cottage, 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 for inquiries. Photos texted upon request. Cudjoe 2BR/2BA oceanfront house. Available April 15. Wrap-around 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. Stock Island 3BR/2BA house, excellent condi tion. Recently remodeled. Central A/C, Large back covered patio. Off-street parking. F/L/S. $3,000/ month. Available March 5. Please call Didier at 305304-1758. HELP WANTED Atlantic Pacific Insurance is seeking a receptionist/ processor for a full-time position in Key West. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 www.hyatt. jobs. 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 prior to that Fridays issue. Make submissions to the NAS Key West Public Affairs Office by email, jolene. email@example.com; mail, P.O. Box 9001, Key West, FL 33040-9001; or fax submissions to 305-293-2627. Unless otherwise directed, ads will run for four issues. For more information, call 305-293-2425.Awardcontinued from page 1