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The Southernmost flyer /

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Title:
The Southernmost flyer /
Creator:
Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Key West FL
Publisher:
Key West Citizen
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2010
Frequency:
Biweekly
regular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.

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Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida -- Key West ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West -- Naval Air Station Key West
Coordinates:
24.575833 x -81.688889
Target Audience:
Members of the military service and their families.

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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 5 (Mar. 9, 1990); title from caption.
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Latest issue consulted: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Mar. 23, 1990).
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Naval Air Station, Key West, Florida.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Southernmost flyer, Key West Citizen, publisher. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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EYE ON THE FLEE TPACIFIC OCEAN inside:CREDO SOUTH EAS T Singles retreat ............2 TRAINING COURSE Personnel administrators .3 MWR Liberty programs ..........4 CLASSIFIEDS Womankind job opening ..6 TOP OF PAGE ONE: VOL. 18 NO.31 WWW .CNIC.N AVY.MIL/KEYWES T N AVAL AIR S T A TION KEY WES T FLORIDAFRIDA Y AUGUS T 3, 2018 (July 30, 2018) An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter assigned to the Black Knights of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 4 transfers cargo from the dry cargo and ammunition ship USNS Carl Brashear (T -AKE 7) to the Nimitz-class air craft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). U.S. Navy photo by MCSA Ellen Sharkey An F/A-18F Super Hornet assigned to the Fist of the Fleet of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 25 performs an arrested landing on the flight deck of the Nimitzclass aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72). BY CMDR. V ALERIE LITTLEFIELDNaval Branch Health Clinic Key WestPreventive services and immunizations are your best defense against serious illness and preventable disease. Your care team at Naval Branch Health Clinic Key West stands ready to provide those services. Each year, potentially preventable chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes are responsible for millions of premature deaths among Americans. Men and Women: Colorectal cancer: Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancerrelated deaths in the U.S., among cancers affecting both men and women. If youre age 50 or over, get Give yourself the gift of healthsee HEALTH page 5 U.S. Navy photo by Jacob SippelEnsign Reiner Cubelo determines a patients blood type at Naval Hospital Jacksonvilles laboratory. Cubelo, a native of Las Vegas, Nevada, says,Everything we do in the laboratory has to be 100% efficient. We might not see the patient in person, but our work greatly affects patient outcome. The Medical Service Corps is recognized as Navy Medicines most diverse corps. It encompasses scientists, research ers, medical providers and administrators. On Aug. 4, the Navy Medical Service Corps celebrates 71 years of exceptional service.MEDICAL SERVICE CORPSFR OM DEOMI The womens suffrage movement began in 1848 at the Seneca Falls Convention in Seneca Falls, New York Convened by suffragist leaders Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott, the committee published a Declaration of Sentiments. The declaration outlined key social, civil and political demands for women, helping the cause of womens suffrage gain national prominence. Nearly 72 years later, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was passed Aug. 26, 1920, granting women throughout the United States the right to vote. In 1971, at the request of Representative Bella Abzug, the U.S. Congress designated August 26 as Womens Equality Day to commemorate the 1920 passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. Women first entered Naval service in 1908 with the establishment of the Navy Nurse Corps, 12 years before women were granted the right to vote. Women continued to serve in the Navy in varying capacities throughout World War I and World War II, but it was not until June 12, 1948, with the passage of the Womens Armed Services Integration Act that women gained per manent status in the U.S. armed services. The first six enlisted women were sworn into regular U.S. Navy service July 7, 1948. Four months later the first eight female Naval officers were commissioned Oct. 15, 1948. Women were first assigned to selected noncombatant ships in 1978, and opportunities were later broadened to include service on warships in 1994 following the repeal of the combat exclusion law. I n April 2010, the Navy announced a policy change allowing female officers to serve on submarines. Today, 95 percent of Navy billets are open to the assignment of women. This years poster represents the many obstacles women have overcome throughout the years in the struggle for equality. The 1910 ladies lace-up style boot with Susan B. Anthonys quote Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less, coupled with a military combat boot and quote from the first female four star general, Army Gen. WOMENS EQUALITY DAYsee WOMEN page 5

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3 Job T itle: Master-at-arms Hometown: San Diego Prior Duty Stations: Naval Technical Training Center, Texas Hobbies: Soccer, running. Most Interesting Experience: Boot camp. Future Plans: Buy a house, and make petty officer.MASN Baruch GallegosCOMMANDING OFFICER Capt. Bobby J. Baker EXECUTIVE OFFICER Cmdr. Greg Brotherton PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER Trice Denny EDITOR MC3 Arnesia McIntyre S T AFF 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 arnesia.r.mcintyre@ 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. Briefly Aug. 31861 Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles calls for designers to submit plans for ironclad warships to the Navy Department. Aug. 41898 During the Spanish-American War, USS Monterey (BM 6) becomes the first monitor to cross the Pacific.Aug. 51864 Rear Adm. David Farragut successfully navigates through a deadly torpedo field Confederates lay in order to block the channel into Mobile Bay. Aug. 61944 PV-1 (VB 130), PBMs (VP 204 and 205), along with USAAF B-18 aircraft sink German submarine U 615 off Venezuela.Aug. 71972 Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Elmo Zumwalt Jr. issues Z-Gram 116, which enables Equal Rights and Opportunities for Women in the U.S. Navy.Aug. 81860 Screw frigate USS San Jacinto, commanded by Capt. William Armstrong, captures the American slaver Storm King with 619 slaves on board, off the Congo River. Aug. 91842 The Webster-Ashburton Treaty is signed. In the treaty, the United States and Great Britain agree to cooperate in suppressing the slave trade.Gift cardsNavy Exchange Service Command and the Defense Commissary Agency have teamed up to sell commissary gift cards at more than 40 NEX locations, including the Naval Air Station NEX on Sigsbee Park. The DeCA gift card can be loaded with an amount range of $5 $300. The gift cards will be located at NEX registers at the front of the stores.ID renewalAll DOD ID cards can be renewed up to 90 days in advance, CAC and dependent ID cards included. Two forms of ID are required; sponsors must sign/digitally sign Form 1172 for all dependent children. For more information, call 305293-3778.MCHC membersThe Multicultural Heritage Committee is looking for more people Sailors and DOD civilians to join the organization. The M CHC meets every Thursday at noon in Bldg. A-324 conference room, Boca Chica Field. For more information, email PRC Michael Dees at michael. dees@navy.mil.CSADD membersThe Coalition of Sailors Against 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 on the importance of good decision making. For more information, email AZCS (AW) AmyShirelle Santos at amyshirelle.santos@navy.mil or daniel.a.suggs@navy.mil.Car ClubAll automotive enthu siasts military, nonmilitary, and DOD are invited to join the Southern Keys Car Club. The SKCC meets every Saturday at the local Miami Subs on Roosevelt Boulevard here in Key West at 7 p.m. The club puts together trips up the Keys, and to Miami. They attend big car events up north and support local businesses or organizations. Events are posted on their F acebook page at Southern Keys Car Club. For questions or more information contact OS2 Woolbright at 305-2935758. Service members take a break for a singles retreat AIR OPERA TIONS BY LT. CMDR. SCOTT M ASONThis past weekend CREDO South East conducted a Single Leadership Retreat for E-6 and below service members throughout the region. Twenty-three of our finest service members from Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard all participated in what was the first annual Single Leadership Retreat in Key West. The weekend consisted of team building character building and self-assessment of each individual. F rom activities such as Shocker-ball on the beach to ball field challenges, these young leaders were able to develop comradery as well as gain confidence in their own personal leadership styles. The following comment on the CREDO Southeast facebook page was from one of the participants that should encourage us all: For the first time in a long time I can honestly say Im excited to be back in my workplace with a new mindset and set of skills for leader ship. Thank you so much CREDO! This weekend was amazing and I learned so much about myself and LEADERSHIP. Not to mention made some amazing new friends. Couldnt have asked for anything more. Thank you CREDO SE for leading this great event. I hope that our single military personnel will look out for the next SLR coming to Key West. Please visit our Facebook page (NA S Key West Chapel) for upcoming events.FR OM NAVY PERSONNEL COMMAND PUBLIC AFFAIRSIn an effort to improve pay and personnel transactions across the N avy, a new twoweek course for Command Pay and Personnel Administrators ( CPPA) launched July 30. Announced in NAVDMIN 188/18, the two-week CPPA course is designed to train Sailors in the following ratings: personnel specialist (PS); yeoman (YN); yeoman (submarines) (YNS); Navy counselor (NC); designated Sailors in commands without a PS, YN, YNS or NC; and designated civilian personnel. Successful completion of the course results in Sailors being awarded the A 16 A Navy E nlisted Classification (NEC). The classroom course gives CPPA s a cohesive learning experience, letting them ask questions and have discussions, said Ann Stewart, assistant commander, Navy Personnel Command for Pay and Personnel Management. This is an alternative to the existing computerbased training available through Navy eLearning. While both learning tracks will result in Sailors obtaining the A16A NEC, the preferred path is through this newly developed C-school. The first new courses first class convened July 30 in Dam Neck, Virginia. Future courses will be taught at both Dam Neck and San Diego. Classes will have approximately 24 seats with 21 reserved for active duty and Full Time Support Sailors and three seats for civilians. Future class dates and locations can be viewed in the Catalog of Navy Training Courses at http:// app.prod.cetars.training. navy.mil/cantrac/vol2.html. For more information and CPPA resources visit http://www.public.navy.mil/ bupers-npc/support/paypers/cpcresources/ P ages/ default2.aspx. For more information, visit www.navy.mil, www. facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy. For more news from Navy Personnel Command, visit www.navy.mil/local/npc/.New in-person training course for personnel administrators U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Arnesia McIntyreAn F-5N Tiger II assigned to the Sun Downers of Fighter Squadron Composite 111 (VFC) 111 launches from Boca Chica Field for air-to-air training. VFC-111 is a Navy Reserve adversary squadron based at Naval Air Station Key West.

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5 Ann Dunwoody, I decided to make believers out of the unbelievers, exhibits the progress women have made. Todays military represents the best talent regardless of gender or race. The Department of Defense continues to ensure the integration of diverse attributes, experiences, and backgrounds to strengthen the U.S. Armed Forces. screened now for colorectal cancer. Screening can find growths so they can be removed before turning into cancer. Screening can also find cancer at an early stage, when treatment often leads to a cure. If you have risk factors, you might need to be tested earlier or more often. Talk to your primary care manager. PREVENTIVE HEALTH/2-2-2 Diabetes: If you have diabetes, see your health care team every three to six months for an AIC test. This checks your long-term control of blood sugar. Make an appointment with your PCM today. You can discuss strategies to manage diabetes at home, work, school, and while traveling.Men: Talk to your PCM about testicular and prostate cancer screen ings, or other tests you might need. Women:Cervical cancer: Prevent cervical cancer with the right test at the right time. Starting at age 21, get a Pap test every three years. After turning 30, you have a choice. Get a Pap test every three years, or get a Pap and human papillomavirus (HPV) test every five years. Talk with your PCM about options. Chlamydia: Most people who have chlamydia dont know it, since theres often no symptoms. Its the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. Women under age 25 (and older women with risk factors) need chlamydia testing every year. Call or email your PCM to schedule a urine sample in our lab. Breast cancer: Mammograms are the best way to find breast cancer early, when its easier to treat and before its big enough to feel. Starting at age 40, talk with your PCM about when to start and how often to get a mammogram. You have the choice to get an annual mammogram at age 40 and up. Talk to your PCM. Children:Well-child check-up: Bring your child in for a check-up in the first month of life, and at 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, and 18 months of age; and at ages 2, 2, 3, 4, and 5 years. Check-ups track growth and development, prevent illness with immunizations, and answer your questions. Talk to your PCM about check-ups during the schoolage years. PREVENTIVE HEALTH/3-3-3 Your Medical Home Port team (at the hospital or branch health clinic) is here to meet your preventive, routine, and urgent health needs. Make an appointment with your PCM by phone (305-293-4834), or at the TRICARE O nline Patient Portal at www. TRICAREonline.com. For immunizations, stop by or call 305-293-3929. To take a free class on tobacco cessation or healthy weight, contact our Health Promotions at 305-2933857. For 24/7 clinical advice, call the Nurse Advice Line at 800-TRICARE (800874-2273) or chat at www. mhsNurseAdviceLine.com. To securely email your care team (for nonurgent issues), sign up for free at www. TOLSecureMessaging.com. Some follow-up services are available virtu ally. Navy Care enables you to have a virtual visit with your clinician on your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Visit https://Navy. Care.Character Meet & GreetJoin us for the Southernmost Character Meet & Greet on Sept. 8 at Trumbo Palms. There will be two sessions: 10 11:30 a.m. & noon 1:30 p.m. Tickets will go on sale starting Aug. 13 at the Tickets & Travel Office on Sigsbee Park. $7 per person & children 2 & under are free. Limited tickets available and no tickets will be sold at the door. Princesses and Super Heroes include: Elsa & Anna, Cinderella, Belle, Batman, Superman, Spider-man and Iron Man. A special thank you to our sponsors for their continued support: Fury Water Adventures, Southernmost VF W P ost 3911, Military Affairs Committee, Navy League Key West Council, NAS Key West CPOA, Sparkling Ice [no Federal endorsement implied]. For more information, call 305293-2783. 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: Weathered Paint Stick Beach Sign Aug. 15: Craft & Cocktails Wine Glass Painting Aug. 29: Essential Oils Sugar ScrubsCommunity recMWR 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: Miami Shopping Trip CANCELEDLiberty ProgramsThis program is for single or unaccompanied Active Duty Military E-6 & below. To find out more about these events or questions call 305-797-4468 or email naskwliberty@gmail. com. Pool Hours The Trumbo Pool summer hours are Thur. Sat. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. and Sun. noon 5 p.m. The Splash Park on Sigsbee is unmanned, but if there are any issues over the weekend please call the Trumbo Pool at 305-2934324.Stay with usMWR at NAS Key West offers a number of lodging opportunities locally as well as at other bases across the country. If you are going on vacation, consider staying with MWR on other installations for an amazing experience and great rates. Navy Getaways Campground and Navy Getaways Vacation Rentals can be booked by calling 877-NAVY-BED or online at www.dodlodging.net. Active Duty can reserve up to 1 year in advance and retired military and DoD civilians can book up to 6 months in advance. To contact the Campground Office locally call 305-293-4432 and to contact Vacation Rentals locally call 305-2935000.Dining with MWRLooking for change up your lunch routine or try out a new happy hour location? MWR has a number of great dining options for you to try. Fly Away Caf at Navigators is located at the Boca Chica Marina and is open Mon. Fri. from 10 a.m. 7 p.m. and Sat. & Sun. from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Check out their daily specials and wide selection of coffee options. Catering available. Airlanes Grill is located inside the bowling center on Boca Chica and is open for breakfast from 6:30 a.m. 11 a.m. and for lunch/dinner from 11 a.m. 9 p.m. Mon. Fri. and on Saturday from noon 6 p.m. Sunset Lounge is located overlooking the water on Sigsbee Park next to the Sigsbee Marina and offers a full service bar from Wed. Sun. from 4 10 p.m. with the kitchen closing at 9 p.m. New menu & daily dinner specials. Catering available. Beachside Grill is located at Beach Patio Recreation Center on Truman Annex and is open from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. with daily lunch specials.Free BowlingThe Airlanes Bowling C enter on Boca C hica is open 3 10:30 p.m. Mon., Tue., Thur. & Friday, 11 a.m. 10:30 p.m. Wed. and noon 6 p.m. Sat. The Airlanes Grill is open 6:30 11 a.m. for breakfast, 11 a.m. 9 p.m. for lunch & dinner and noon 6 p.m. on Sat. Active Duty military MWR Update This week at FFSC Transition Assistance ManagementMonday-Friday, 0730-1600 Held @ Boca Chica A-515 This five-day workshop provides the most current information and referral services to exiting military members and their spouses. Topics offered include individual skills assessment, career research, understanding the civilian workplace, the job search, interviewing techniques and veteran benefits. Contact your career counselor to sign up.Ombudsman AssemblyWednesday, 1730-1900 A local assembly provides an excellent forum for Ombudsman to share community matters affecting the well-being of the command family members. 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.see MWR page 6Healthcontinued from page 1 A N avy Medicine obstetrics/ gynecology nurse discusses cervical cancer screenings with a patient. Starting at age 21, women should get a Pap test every three years. After turning 30, women have a choice: Get a Pap test every three years, or get a Pap and human papillomavirus (HPV) test every five years. HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. Some types of HPV can cause illnesses such as genital warts or cervical cancer The primary causes of cervical cancer are HPV types 16 and 18. If you have HPV, you may have an increased risk for developing cervical cancer Women should talk with their doctor about options or for more information.U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel Womencontinued from page 1

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can bowl for FREE every Wednesday from 11 a.m. 1 p.m.Fitness centerThe fitness center on Boca Chica is open from 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. BCC S: Boca Chica Cycling Studio BCE S: Boca Chica Exercise Studio BCG: Boca Chica Gym SCC: Sigsbee Community Center *Active Duty Only Monday Yoga 6:30 7:45 p.m., SCC Tuesday Cycling 5:30 6:15 p.m., BCCS Wednesday HIIT 4:30 5:15 p.m., BCG Thursday Command PT 6:45 7:45 a.m. BCG Yoga Strength 5:30 6:30 p.m. BCESJob opportunities There are currently a number of open positions within MWR and NGIS. This weeks highlighted jobs are: Bartenders and Recreation Assistant at multiple MWR facilities. There are also open positions for bartenders, child care workers, maintenance workers and more. For a full list of jobs, visit the website www. NavyMWRKeyWest. com/jobs.MWR WebsiteMWR has a new website and APP that provides our patrons with a full list of facilities, programs, services and current employment opportunities. Visit www.navymwrkeywest.com to find out what MWR has to offer: Restaurants and bars, sports and fitness, child care, leisure recreation, pool and splash parks, special events, gear rentals, marinas, lodging, discounted attraction tickets and more. Visit the Apple or Android APP store and search for NavyMWR Key West. Other sources of information are Facebook and Twitter NAS Key West MWR and the Weekly Activities Sheet. Email your questions to mwrnaskw@gmail.com.MWRcontinued from page 4 FOR SALE 2004 Champion 198 Bass Boat with 2014 Mercury 225 Pro Max Gen 2 engine with 280 hours with a 2004 Champion Tandem wheel trailer with stainless steel fenders and custom wheels. Electronics package with Lowerance GPS, 8-foot and 10-foot HD fish finders. Boat comes with bow mount electric trolling motor, jack plate and numerous extras. For more information call 561-602-3461. Key West House for sale, 3BR/2BA, 1610 SQ FT, fenced double lot with crystal clear 15x35 lap pool, hot tub, concert patios, tropical landscape, large bedrooms, remodeled master bath w/ walk in shower and bench, Brazilian hardwood floors throughout, Florida sunroom and many more features. Lots of storage, move-in ready, furniture negotiable. Call Laurie at 407-334-7910 or email at marian.ringle@yahoo.com. FOR RENT Big Pine Key House for rent, 2BR/1.5BA, furnished, W/D available. Basic cable included. Quiet area. No smoking, no pets. Yearly lease. $1,850 per month plus utilities. F/L/S. For more information call Deb at 305-304-4855. Key Haven 3BR/1BA, storage and laundry room, W/D, full kitchen family room. Exclusive use of one driveway. Shared use of back yard deck and firepit. Pet friendly with a fenced yard. Open water/no canal. $2,700, includes electric, water, sewer. F/L and $1,000 security deposit. No regular boat dock use; occasional boat dock use by agreement. For more information call Ron at 305923-0550. Key West 1BR/1BA, apartment on the 7th floor. No pets, central A/C, basic cable, security, parking, pool. All tiled floor, laundry on each floor. $1,800 per month, plus water and electric. For more information, or questions call or text Didier at 305304-1758. Key West 2BR/2BA Stilt custom house for rent, covered screen porch and patio, fenced pearock yard, wood dock and davits, beautiful canal and boating access to Pine Channel. No pets, non-smokers. Utilities not included, available Aug. 1, unfurnished. Rent x3 to move in, $2,600 monthly. Call Laurie at Rosie Dell & Associates 706-699-1442. Key West 1BR/1BA, kitchen dining area, living room. No pets. Private. $1,575. Deposit $1,400. No last. Must see to appreciate. Call Mrs. Sellers at 305-434-2047. Old Town 1BR/1BA, small furnished studio, W/D on site, no kitchen but microwave and refrigator. F/L and $1,000 security deposit. Separate entrance, family setting, offstreet parking, one person only. $1,000 per month, utilities/ high speed internet included. Minimum six month least; one year lease preferred. Text Bob at 305-744-3350 or email at henkel100@gmail.com Stock Island 1BR/1BA, apartment for rent.$1,850 per month, utilities included. Central A/C, non-smoking, no pets, totally private, separate entry and yard. Available August 1st. Call or text Didier at 305-304-1758. Summerland Key 2 BR/2BA 1300 sqft long term annual rental. Airport house, flow thru wide boating canal with concrete seawall davits. Screened porch 400sqft and huge garage airport hanger downstairs 1300sqft enough to park all your toys. Open floor plan and spacious master bedroom. central a/c. nice neighborhood. $3,400 Monthly. Call Laurie at Rose Dell & Associates 706-699-1442 Summerland Key2BR/2BA 1554 sq.ft unfurnished on ocean side of US-1. Wide flow through canal good boating access, open spacious floor plan.W/D hook up, stove fridge, microwave, dishwasher, central ac & heat. Tile and carpet, each bedroom has all tile bath. $3,400 Monthly. Call Laurie at Rose Dell & Associates 706-699-1442. HELP WANTED JIATF Joint Interagency Task Force (JIATF) South is accepting applications in the local recruiting area only for a It Specialist (Projmgt), GG-2210-12 Termposition located in Key West, FL. Incumbent will serve as Primary DISA Circuit Officer performing duties as described in applicable DISA instructions and command policy, including ordering new circuits, maintaining circuit records and diagrams, tracking and resolving circuit outages within the Command for the Joint Interagency Task Force (JIATF) South, Truman annex, Key West, FL. If interested please reference JIATFS-020 for more information at southcom.keywest.jiatfs-j1.list.jobs@mail.mil Womankind Womankind Key Wests non-profit provider of family planning, gynecological, and primary care, is looking an administrative assistant. Applicants with top customer service skills and strong computer proficiency are sought to join our happy office. Tasks include assisting with grants; fundraisers; outreach; and the administrative side of the office including scanning, faxing, and filing, etc. Flexible hours are available. So, if youd like to work only while your kids are in school, this could be that perfect opportunity. Email resumes to Cali Roberts at croberts@womankindkeywest.org Mel Fisher Expeditions Mel Fisher Expeditions are the World Leaders in Historic Shipwreck Recovery. Our Mission is to locate, recover and conserve these historic and priceless treasures of the deep and make them available to the general public. We are a family owned business and have instilled a caring and supportive family atmosphere in our workplace. Mel Fisher Expeditions is looking for an ambitious, outgoing, self-driven individual to support our sales department. This is a full time position. No experience necessary for the right individual. Training provided. Full time & benefits. Send resume to hr@melfisher.com. NAS KEY WEST CLASS-IFIEDS are free for active-duty 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, arnesia.r.mcintyre@navy.mil; mail, P.O. Box 9001, Key West, FL 330409001; or fax submissions to 305-2932627. Unless otherwise directed, ads will run for four issues. Name and phone number must accompany all requests in order for them to be considered for publication. For more information, call 305-293-2434.