EYE ON THE FLE E T MILWAUKEE inside: CHAPLAINS CORNER You are not alone ......... 2 DENTAL CORPS Celebrates 106th ......... 3 MWR Yoga classes .............. 4 CLASSIFIEDS Womankind job opening .. 6 TOP OF PAGE ONE: VOL. 18 NO. 33 WWW .CNIC.NAVY .MIL/KEYWEST NAVAL AIR STATION KEY WEST, FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 2018 (Aug. 7, 2018) ND2 David Purkey, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group (EODGRU) 2, gives a thumbs-up during a photograph with children at Discovery World Science and Technology Center dur ing Milwaukee Navy Week U.S. Navy photo by MC1 Ryan Batchelder U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Arnesia McIntyre Work progresses on the former fenceline at Naval Air Station Key Wests Truman Annex. A joint effort between the Navy, the city of Key West and the state of Florida resulted in the entrance to Fort Zachary Taylor being relocated, allowing for the Navy to reestablish security standoffs and the bridge connecting the two parts of Truman Annex. FROM CHIEF OF NAVAL PERSONNEL PUBLIC AFFAIRS T he N avy released an update on the Sailor 2025 Rating Modernizations four lines of effort (LOE): Career Fields, Marketplace Force Management, Advancement, and Credentialing in NAVADMIN 196/18 Monday. The updates listed below provide a summary on the current status and way ahead of the four LOEs, but all personnel are strongly encouraged to read the NAVADMIN for greater detail on each topic. Career Fields The alignment of Navy ratings into 23 career fields and 12 broad communities has provided a foundation for future development of more flexible and sustain able career paths for Sailors. In October 2017, and March and June of this year, three groups of over 850 Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) codes were success fully converted to a new construct. More informa tion about the revised NEC construct and communities and career fields can be found at www.public.navy. mil/bupers-npc/reference/ nec/Pages/default.aspx. Marketplace Force Management Driven by the urgent requirement to update and modernize personnel systems, the Navy began to expand career fields, in order to transform enlisted force community and career management in the future. A new Navy Detailing Marketplace is currently under development, through which the foundational ele ments of an automated per sonnel management system will tie Sailor enlistment directly to negotiations for a billet, which will then allow Sailors to reenlist or extend for that billet assignment. The marketplace will be a single system that uses the new NEC construct to bet ter represent Sailors quali fications, experience, and performance in the form of a resume. The Sailor Resume function will be available in the future under My Record on MyNavy Portal (MNP). Starting in Fiscal Year 2019, Sailors will be able to view all advertised billets for which they are qualified and to then sub mit a resume that includes: ASVAB scores, security clearance status, world wide deployability, qualifi cations, evaluations, NECs Navy updates progress of modernization of ratings see RATING page 6 BY JIM GARAMONE Defense Media Activity Public Affairs P resident Donald J. Trump signed the $717 billion Fiscal 2019 National Defense Authorization Act at a cer emony at Fort Drum, New York Monday. The act named for Arizona Sen. John S. McCain authorizes a 2.6 percent military pay raise and increases the active duty forces by 15,600 ser vice members. With this new autho rization, we will increase the size and strength of our military by adding thou sands of new recruits to active duty, Reserve and National Guard units, including 4,000 new active duty Soldiers, Trump told members of the Armys 10th Mountain Division and their families. And we will replace aging tanks, aging planes and ships with the most advanced and lethal technology ever developed. And hopefully, well be so strong, well never have to use it, but if we ever did, nobody has a chance. Services End Strength Set The act sets active duty President signs 2019 Defense Authorization Act see AUTHORIZATION page 2 A T-45C Goshawk, attached to Training Air Wing 1, lands on the aircraft car rier USS George H.W Bush (CVN 77). BRIDGE TO SOMEWHERE
2 August 17, 2018 end strength for the Army at 487,500 in fiscal 2019, which begins Oct. 1, 2018. The Navys end strength is set at 335,400, the Marine Corps at 186,100 and the Air Forces at 329,100. On the acquisition side, the act funds 77 F-35 joint strike fighters at $7.6 billion. It also funds F-35 spares, modifications and depot repair capability. The budget also fully funds develop ment of the B-21 bomber. The act authorizes $24.1 bil lion for shipbuilding to fully fund 13 new battle force ships and accelerate funding for several future ships. This includes three Arleigh Burke-class destroyers and two Virginia-class subma rines. There is also $1.6 billion for three littoral combat ships. In addition, the act authorizes 24 F/A-18 Super Hornets, 10 P-8A Poseidons, two KC-130J Hercules, 25 AH-1Z Cobras, seven MV-22/CMV-22B Ospreys and three MQ-4 Tritons. Afghanistan, Iraq There is $5.2 billion in the bud get for the Afghanistan Security Forces Fund, and another $850 million to train and equip Iraqi security forces to counter Islamic State of Iraq and Syria terror ists. The budget accelerates research on hyperspace technol ogy and defense against hyper space missiles. It also funds development of artificial intel ligence capabilities. In order to maintain Americas military supremacy, we must always be on the cut ting edge, the president said. That is why we are also proudly reasserting Americas legacy of leadership in space. Our foreign competitors and adversaries have already begun weaponizing space. The president said adversar ies seek to negate Americas advantage in space, and they have made progress. Well be catching them very shortly, he added. They want to jam transmissions, which threaten our battlefield operations and so many other things. We will be so far ahead of them in a very short period of time, your head will spin. He said the Chinese military has launched a new military division to oversee its warfight ing programs in space. Just like the air, the land, the sea, space has become a warfight ing domain, Trump said. It is not enough to merely have an American presence in space; we must have American dominance in space, and that is why just a few days ago, the vice president outlined my administrations plan to create a sixth branch of the United States military called the United States Space Force. The 2019 Authorization Act does not fund the military. Rather, it authorizes the poli cies under which funding will be set by the appropriations com mittees and then voted on by Congress. That bill is still under consideration. COMMANDING OFFICER Capt. Bobby J. Baker EXECUTIVE OFFICER Cmdr. Greg Brotherton PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER Trice Denny EDITOR MC3 Arnesia McIntyre This 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. Aug. 17 1812 The frigate USS President cap tures British schooner HMS LAdeline in the North Atlantic. Aug. 18 1908 The first Navy Nurse Corps superintendent, Esther Voorhees Hasson, is appointed. Under her leader ship, 19 additional nurses are recruited and trained for naval service. Aug. 19 1818 Capt. James Biddle, as com manding officer of USS Ontario, takes possession of Oregon Territory for the U.S. Aug. 20 1929 A UO-1 airplane piloted by Lt. Adolphus W. Gorton makes a success ful hook-up landing aboard USS Los Angeles (ZR 3) over Lakehurst, N.J. Aug. 21 1858 The brig USS Dolphin captures the slave ship Echo with 300 Africans on board off the north coast of Cuba. She is taken to Charleston, S.C., and those saved from slavery are later sent back to Africa. Aug. 22 1912 The Dental Corps is established by an Act of Congress. Aug. 23 1862 A boat crew from USS Essex, commanded by Capt. William D. Porter, is fired on by Confederate guerillas at Bayou Sara, La. In return, USS Essex shells the town. You are not alone W hen you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you (Isaiah 43:2). This past week in my devotion I read this particular scripture and the story behind it and how it reminded me of my own expe rience and challenges in life. A river can be a dangerous thing to cross or travel down in a boat if you are not prop erly prepared for or equipped to do. When I experienced my first rafting trip as a teenager down the Nantahala River in Western North Carolina I had no idea what it was going to be like. The question that came to my mind was, Will I be by myself and have to navigate the river solo? To my relief, when I arrived at the rafting company I was educated that we were going to have a guide. That guide was experienced in knowledge of the river and knowl edge of how to rescue me if I were to end up in the water. This gave me great comfort just as the passage of scripture says in Isaiah 43:2. We may have difficulties or chal lenges in life that will seem to sweep over us but we need to have the assurance that God will be there and help us in those times. You may have fallen in the rough waters but know that God is there to help. Please come and join us on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. this Sunday we will be at the Community Center on Sigsbee Annex for worship service with our Praise Band and Childrens Church. Please visit our Facebook page (NAS Key West Chapel) for upcoming events. If you are in need of Chaplain Care, please call your Chaplains at 305-2932318, Naval Air Station Key West, or 305-292-8788, Coast Guard Sector Key West. NAS Key West Command Chaplain Lt. Cmdr. Scott Mason CHAPLAIN'S CORNER Authorization continued from page 1
August 17, 2018 3 Job Title: Machinery repairman Prior Duty Norfolk, Virginia Hobbies : Surfing. Most Interesting Experience: Going to London. Future Plans: Masters degree in finance. MR2 Cassandra Schry Briefly Gift cards Navy Exchange Service Command and the Defense Commissary Agency have teamed up to sell commis sary 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 renewal All DOD ID cards can be renewed up to 90 days in advance, CAC and depen dent ID cards included. Two forms of ID are required; sponsors must sign/digital ly sign Form 1172 for all dependent children. For more information or questions, call 305-2933778. MCHC members The Multicultural Heritage Committee is looking for more people Sailors and DOD civilians to join the organization. The Multicultural Heritage Committee meets every Thursday at noon in Bldg. A-324 conference room, Boca Chica Field. For more information or questions, email PRC Michael Dees at firstname.lastname@example.org or email ABH2 Daniel Suggs at email@example.com. CSADD members The 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 volun teerism and educating our young Sailors on the impor tance of good decision mak ing. For more information or questions, email AZCS (AW) Amy-Shirelle Santos at amy-shirelle.santos@ navy.mil. Car club All automotive enthusi asts, military, non-military, and DOD, are invited to join the Southern Keys Car Club. The SKCC meets up every Saturday at the Miami Subs on N. Roosevelt Blvd 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 organiza tions. Events are posted on Facebook page at Southern Keys Car Club. For ques tions or more information contact OS2 Woolbright at 305-293-5758. U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel Cmdr Nicole Ward, an exodontist at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, conducts oral surgery in the operating room. Ward, a native of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, says I really enjoy being a part of the Navy Dental Corps because I have the opportunity to meet and treat people from different parts of the world. Im honored to be a part of something much bigger than myself . From World War I to Afghanistan, the Dental Corps is vital to ensuring operational readiness of all who deploy Dental Corps personnel serve with Marine Expeditionary Units and aboard ships, assuming roles in triage and surgical support at Marine Battalion aid stations. Taking care of military teeth for 106 years BY YAN KENNON Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs T he Dental Corps was established on Aug. 22, 1912, by an act of the 62nd Congress, signed by President William Howard Taft. The Secretary of the Navy was authorized to appoint no more than 30 acting assistant dental surgeons to the Medical Department. Six years after the Dental Corps was founded, the U.S. entered World War I, and the Dental Corps expanded from 35 to more than 500 personnel, includ ing 124 dentists commis sioned in the regular Navy. The Dental Corps was the first Navy Corps to strongly emphasize dis ease prevention, and one of the first to deploy selfcontained mobile treatment units. Dental Corps officers also play a dual role, by aiding in triage and sur gical support at Marine Battalion aid stations and battle dressing stations. Navy dentists today serve around the world with Marine expedition ary forces, on ships, on humanitarian missions, at research labs, and hospi tals and clinics. The Dental Corps is vital in ensuring the highest operational readiness for all who deploy and mobile dental units can provide dental care on any platform.
4 August 17, 2018 MWR Update Character Meet & Greet Join us for the Southernmost Character Meet & Greet on Sept. 8 at Trumbo Palms. There will be two sessions: 10 11:30 a.m. and noon 1:30 p.m. Tickets will go on sale start ing Monday at the Tickets and Travel Office on Sigsbee Park. $7 per person and children 2 and under are free. Limited tickets avail able and no tickets will be sold at the door. Princesses and Super Heroes include: Elsa and Anna, Cinderella, Belle, Batman, Superman, Spider-man and Iron Man. A special thank you to our sponsors for their contin ued support: Fury Water Adventures, Southernmost VFW Post 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 night MWR 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 beverag es. 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: Craft & Cocktails Wine Glass Painting Aug. 29: Essential Oils Sugar Scrubs Free bowling The Airlanes Bowling Center on Boca Chica is open 3 10:30 p.m. Mon., Tue., Thur. and 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 and dinner and noon 6 p.m. on Sat. Active duty mili tary can bowl for free every Wednesday from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. Community rec MWR 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 305-5630364 or visit www.navym wrkeywest.com /events Liberty Programs This program is for single or unaccompanied active duty military E-6 & below. To find out more about these events call 305-7974468 or email naskwlib firstname.lastname@example.org Summer 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 issues over the weekend please call the Trumbo Pool at 305-2934324. Stay with us MWR 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 instal lations for an amazing expe rience and great rates. Navy Getaways Campground and Navy Getaways Vacation Rentals can be booked by calling 877-NAVY-BED or online at www.dodlodg ing.net Active duty can see MWR page 5
August 17, 2018 5 reserve up to one year in advance and retired mili tary and DoD civilians can book up to six months in advance. To contact the Campground Office locally call 305-293-4432 and to contact Vacation Rentals locally call 305-293-5000. Dining with MWR Looking to change up your lunch routine or try out a new happy hour loca tion? 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. and Sun. from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Check out their daily spe cials and wide selection of coffee options. Catering is 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/din ner 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 and daily dinner specials. Catering is 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. MWR Fitness The 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 fit ness levels, from begin ner to advanced. The fit ness schedule is subject to change without notice. Call 305-293-2480 for more information. BCCS: Boca Chica Cycling Studio BCES: 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., BCES Job 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 posi tions for bartenders, child care workers, maintenance workers and more. For a full list of jobs, visit www. navymwrkeywest.com/ jobs MWR website MWR has a website and APP that provides our patrons with a full list of facilities, programs, ser vices and current employ ment opportunities. Visit the website www.navym wrkeywest.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, mari nas, 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 email@example.com This week at FFSC Welcome to Key West brief Wednesday, 2 3 p.m. Participants will be able to locate community and base resources to adjust to their new area with minimal stress and maximum success. Sign up with Amanda Slater at 305-293-2766 or firstname.lastname@example.org. FFSC offers many services including deployment sup port, relocation assistance, family employment readi ness, life skills education, personal financial manage ment, 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. MWR continued from page 4
6 August 17, 2018 earned, education degrees and training certifications. Ultimately, the resume function will provide the ability to better match Sailors to billets. Advancement Process Late in 2017, Navy senior enlisted leaders completed the first phase of the Advancement Exam Readiness Review (AERR) testing bank improvement plan by drafting advance ment exam questions that match current and rele vant rating-specific techni cal requirements with the hands-on, real-world knowl edge and experience needed in the Fleet. The establishment of the Professional Military Knowledge Eligibility Exam (PMK-EE) focuses the Navy Wide Advancement Exam (NWAE) on occupational knowledge and will serve as an eligibility require ment for advancement to paygrades E4/5/6/7. PMKEE will be delivered elec tronically, and will be avail able via the MyNavyPortal (MNP) website beginning in October 2018. The online Enlisted Advancement Worksheet (EAW), will automate the manual advancement pro cesses and enable Sailors to review their worksheets before the exam and take charge of their advance ment records. An EAW pilot, available through the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS), will be implemented with the Active Duty and Reserve spring 2019 advancement cycles. The Senior Enlisted Advancement to Vacancy (A2V) pilot was announced in June and will fill senior chief petty officer and master chief petty officer priority billets using a spot advancement incen tive, and will lead enlisted advancement moderniza tion for exceptional Sailors in all paygrades with criti cal NECs in the future. Credentialing Navy Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL) currently funds over 2,700 certificates/ licenses with opportunities for Sailors in every rat ing. Navy COOL recently reduced the minimum ser vice remaining on a Sailors enlistment contract to earn credentials from 12 to six months, and expanded opportunity for Sailors to earn credentials mapped to an academic degree or tech nical education certificate. Additionally, there are more opportunities for Sailors to maximize their Navy training and qualifi cations toward attainment of U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) licenses, to include funding the Transportation Worker Identification Card. These opportunities are highlight ed in a dedicated USCG National Maritime Center (NMC) Credentialing tab for ratings with applicable USCG license alignment on the Navy COOL website. Sailors will be able to con vert their military training records, billet assignment history and other creden tialing data to a compatible civilian resume by the end of fiscal year 2019. Using those standardized data, Sailors can easily research information on civilian and federal occupations mapped to their ratings at https:// www.cool.navy.mil/usn or via the Navy COOL app available on the Google Play store or iTunes. The goals for Rating Modernization are to pro vide greater choice and flexibility for our Sailors with respect to detailing and training, to provide greater flexibility for the Navy in assigning highly trained personnel, and to increase professional align ment with civilian employ ers. Rating Modernization supports Sailor 2025 ini tiatives through the goals of redefining career fields, improving talent manage ment and the detailing pro cess, offering more career choices, and expanding professional development opportunities. These ini tiatives are intended to increase Fleet readiness, sustainability, and fit. Rating continued from page 1 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. 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 hard wood floors throughout, Florida sun room and many more features. Lots of storage, move-in-ready, furniture negotiable. Call Laurie at 407-3347910 or email at marian.ringle@ yahoo.com FOR RENT Big Pine Key House for rent, 2BR/1.5BA, furnished, W/D avail able. Basic cable included. Quiet area. No smoking, no pets. Yearly lease. $1,850 per month plus utili ties. F/L/S. Call Deb at 305-3044855. Big Pine Key 2BR/2BA Stilt Custom home with covered screen porch and patio. Fenced pearock yard. Wood dock & davits, beau tiful canal and boating access to Pine Channel. No pets, no-smokers. Utilities NOT included. Available Aug 1. Unfurnished. 1st month rent, Security/damage deposit and last month rent to move in. Annual Rental $2,600 monthly. Call Laurie at Rose Dell & Associates 706-6991442 Key Haven 3BR/1BA, storage and laundry room, W/D, full kitchen fam ily room. Exclusive use of one drive way. 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 reg ular boat dock use; occasional boat dock use by agreement. Call Ron at 305-923-0550. 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. $1800 per month, plus water and electric. Call or text Didier at 305304-1758. 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 fur nished studio, W/D on site, no kitchen but microwave and refriga tor. 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 pre ferred. Text Bob at 305-744-3350 or email at email@example.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 Key 2BR/2BA 1554 sq.ft unfurnished on ocean side ofUS-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. First month rent and Security/ dam age deposit to move in. Call Laurie at Rose Dell & Associates 706-6991442. HELP WANTED JIATF Joint Interagency Task Force (JIATF) South is accepting applica tions in the local recruiting area only for a It Specialist (Projmgt), GG-2210-12 Term position located in Key West. Incumbent will serve as Primary DISA Circuit Officer per forming duties as described in appli cable DISA instructions and com mand 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. If interested please reference JIATFS-020 for more information at southcom.key-west.jiatfs-j1.list. firstname.lastname@example.org. Womankind Womankind, Key Wests non-profit provider of fam ily planning, gynecological, and pri mary care, is looking an ARNP or PA to provide direct services to our patients. Practitioners will provide gynecologic and primary health care services to women, men, and teens at our Key West clinic. Womankind practitioners effectively interact with persons from diverse backgrounds and enjoy educating and counseling teens. The position can be part or full time. Resumes should be sent to Executive Director, Cali Roberts, email@example.com 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 price less treasures of the deep and make them available to the general public. We are a family owned business and have instilled a caring and sup portive family atmosphere in our workplace. Mel Fisher Expeditions is looking for an ambitious, outgo ing, self-driven individual to support our sales department. This is a full time position. No experience neces sary for the right individual. Training provided. Full time & benefits. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org 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, email@example.com; mail, P.O. Box 9001, Key West, FL 330409001; or fax submissions to 305293-2627. Unless otherwise direct ed, 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.
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