EYE ON THE FLE E T NORFOLK, VIRGINIA inside: CHAPLAINS CORNER Guarding your heart ....... 2 WOMENS EQUALITY DAY Celebration ............... 3 MWR Labor Day hours .......... 5 CLASSIFIEDS Womankind job opening .. 6 TOP OF PAGE ONE: VOL. 18 NO. 35 WWW .CNIC.NAVY .MIL/KEYWEST NAVAL AIR STATION KEY WEST, FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 2018 An F/A-18E Super Hornet from the Pukin Dogs of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 143 on the flight deck of the Nimitz-class air craft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72). (Aug. 21, 2018) Chief petty officer selectees recite the Navys fight song, Anchors Aweigh, during CPO Heritage Days at the Hampton Roads Naval Museum. U.S. Navy Photo by MC3 Caledon Rabbipal AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL CHIEF TO ENSIGN BY MC3 ARNESIA MCINTYRE NAS Key West Public Affairs H iring Our Heroes is a program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation that launched in March 2011 as a nationwide initiative to help veterans, transition ing service members, and military spouses find mean ingful employment oppor tunities.Working with the Chamber of Commerces vast network of state and local chambers and stra tegic partners from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors, the goal is to create a movement across America in hundreds of communities where veter ans and military families return every day. Hiring Our Heroes boosts your chances of landing a career that fits your educa tion, experience, and salary expectations. The Hiring Our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program (CFP) is an inno vative program that pro vides transitioning service members with profession al training and hands-on Hiring Our Heroes Fellowship Program see FELLOWSHIP page 6 FROM NAVFAC SOUTHEAST PUBLIC AFFAIRS N aval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southeast awarded a task order, totaling over $22 million, Aug. 23 to Environmental Chemical Corporation of Burlingame, California to repair Navy and Marine Corps facilities that were damaged in Key West when Hurricane Irma made landfall in September 2017. The work to be per formed provides for design and construction for Hurricane Irma repairs to 28 facilities located at three sites at Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West (Boca Chica Key, Truman Annex, and Trumbo Point Annex). Its been almost one year since Hurricane Irma hit the Keys and we have come a long way in getting the air station back to nor mal operations, thanks to NAVFAC, said NAS Key West Commanding Officer Capt. Bobby Baker. The speed at which our facili ties have been restored and the plans for future restoration are both amaz ing and a testament to the hard work our facili ties managers put in every day. Hurricane Irma hit the Florida Keys in September 2017 as a Category 4 hur ricane, causing damage to the base, and repair and restoration efforts are still underway. The first phase of repairs began late September 2017. Phase one involved removal of drywall, car pet, ceiling tiles and other items damaged by water intrusion caused by roof damage during Hurricane Irma. Dehumidifiers and other techniques were used to dry out water dam aged areas and repairs were performed to prevent additional leaks and dam ages. Work being conducted during this second phase of repairs includes any and all ancillary and incidental mechanical and electrical support services needed to accomplish required work including, but not limited to, disconnects, tempo rary reconnects, removals, extensions, modifications, alterations, reinstalls, new components, and perma nent reconnects necessary for functional operation. One of NAS Key Wests base tenants operational capabilities was affected because of water dam Second phase of Hurricane Irma repair contracts see CONTRACTS page 6 U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Arnesia McIntyre E nsign Joseph Blocker II passes down his chief petty officer anchors to AC1 Brittany Darnell, left and AC1 Xavier Wynter, right who he believes meet the standards to be his next successor during his commissioning ceremony at Naval Air Station Key Wests air traffic control radar room Thursday.
2 August 31, 2018 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. 31 1862 The daily rum issued to U.S. Navy sailors on board vessels is abol ished. On July 14, by an Act of Congress, the spirit ration ceases Sept. 1. Sept. 1 1942 The first Seabee unit to serve in a combat area, the Sixth Naval Construction Battalion, arrives on Guadalcanal. Sept. 2 1945 More than two weeks after accepting the Allies terms, Japan for mally surrenders, marking the end of World War II. Sept. 3 1783 The Treaty of Paris was signed, ending the American Revolution. The U.S. is acknowledged as a sovereign and independent nation. Sept. 4 1960 USS Bushnell (AS 15) and USS Penguin (ASR 12) begin relief opera tions in Marathon, Fla., after Hurricane Donna. Sept. 5 1990 During Operation Desert Shield, USS Acadia (AD 42) departs San Diego for the first war-time deployment of a male-female crew. Sept. 6 1940 First destroyers transferred to Great Britain at Halifax, Nova Scotia, under Destroyers-for-Bases agree ment. Guarding your heart J ohn MacArthur once said that True righteousness begins with a right rela tionship with God. MacArthur went on to give the example of a Roman soldier that was engaging his enemy in a handto-hand battle. The weapon of choice would be a short sword, that would penetrate his oppo nents vital organs. For the Roman soldiers own protection h would wear a molded metal breastplate that extended from the base of his neck to the top of his thighs. This breast plate would deflect any attacks aimed at his heart or abdo men. In Pauls scripture writ ing in Ephesians 6:14 he tells us to stand firm and put on the breastplate of righteousness. In order for us to be righteous we must have a right relation ship with God and put on the breastplate of protection from the enemy. Keeping unrigh teousness from penetrating our hearts. How do we do this is by applying Gods word in your own life each and every day. Psalm 119:11 says Your word I have hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against You. Helps us to understand the importance of staying in shape with Gods words. I hope you would not try to run a mara thon without training your body to endure that race, and I hope that you would not try to protect your heart by learn ing Gods word every once and awhile. So maybe today you can start focusing on strengthening your relationship with God. It is never too late. 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 305-293-2318, Naval Air Station Key West, or 305-2928788, Coast Guard Sector Key West. NAS Key West Command Chaplain Lt. Cmdr. Scott Mason CHAPLAIN'S CORNER September is Suicide Awareness Month BY MC1 BRIAN G. REYNOLDS Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs S ome decisions cant be reversed, can loom over loved ones like a dark thundercloud, and can have a devastating effect on the deci sion-makers, their families and the Navys culture. Last year, 75 Sailors made the irreversible decision to take their own lives. In the Southeast Region alone, there were 393 sui cide related behaviors, 58 suicide attempts and 18 suicide deaths. As a means to recognize the impact these decisions have made, Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Bette Bolivar signed a proclamation observing Suicide Awareness Month and continuing CNRSEs commitment to suicide preven tion. Naval Air Station Key West Commanding Officer Capt. Bobby Baker will sign a local proclamation Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. Every year, the Navy sets aside each September to empha size suicide prevention, but its a year-round effort. In our proclamation, we note that suicide prevention is not just a once a year or one-month thing, Southeast Regional Chaplain Capt. Daniel Stallard said. Its every Sailor, every day. That really is the important thing about prevention of any kind of destructive behavior. All Navy personnel are trained to intervene in the case of a ship mate displaying suicide related behavior. The Navy uses the acronym ACT (act, care, treat) to encourage Sailors to help save a life. The prevalence of suicide is a call to action, Stallard said. ACT is a nice device to help us think about asking the question, Are you thinking about suicide? We need to be direct. We need to be able to have the discussion, but we have to know the symp toms and signs of suicide. Then we care and, because we care, we ask. When we find out a ship mate or family member needs help, we take action. The proclamation encour ages loved ones, leaders, peers, friends and shipmates to exer cise ACT when a Sailor shows signs of distress. Each September, Navy Suicide Prevention Branch releases new resources to encourage Sailors to have the conversation regard ing suicide prevention, recognize the warning signs and motivate Sailors to make small ACTs to prevent suicide. This year, the branchs Every Sailor Everyday campaign will be introducing new educational material, as well as new tools and resources for gatekeepers, leaders, com mand resilience team members and families. see PREVENTION page 3
August 31, 2018 3 There is a stigma in the military that asking for help regarding suicide related behavior is a sign of weak ness. However, Stallard believes the contrary. The stigma of getting help for mental health prob lems is real, Stallard said. It looks like a sign of weak ness, but actually getting help is a sign of strength. Its a sign inside of you that you have the fortitude and attitude to ask for help. Not asking for help is really a weakness. This negative stigma sug gests that if a service mem ber reaches out for help, it could result in a loss of security clearance and/or have an adverse effect on their career goals. It will not affect your career as long as long as youre able to work, Stallard said. Your clear ance will not be in jeopardy. Your job will not be in jeop ardy as long as you didnt violate the uniform code of military justice. If someone reaches out and gets help, recovers and bounces back, there should be no effect on his or her career. Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. John Richardson has launched an initiative called A Culture of Excellence. This initiative is an effort to pre vent the onset of destruc tive behaviors by mobilizing a multi-pronged approach to reinforce the Navys Warrior Ethos and objec tives of a: (1) Safe Navy, (2) Partner of Choice, and (3) a Most Lethal Force to any adversary. At the installation level, Commander, Naval Installation Command, Vice Adm. Mary Jackson has initiated a program called Strategizing and Collaborating on Prevention Efforts (SCOPE). This pro gram falls in line with the CNOs initiative in that it focuses on strengthening individuals -whether it be psychologically or physi cally -in order to prevent negative outcomes. Destructive behaviors continue to impact the Navys mission and have a devastating effect. Asking for help is not a career kill er. It is a sign of strength and resilience. I want to encourage people to look beyond the stigma and say, Hey, I need help, Stallard said. The Military Crisis Line offers confidential support for active duty and reserve service members and their families 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 800-273-8255 and press 1, chat online at www.mili tarycrisisline.net, or send a text message to 838255. Job Title: Aviation Boatswains Mate (Handling) Prior Duty: Jacksonville, Florida Hobbies : Working out, video games. Most Interesting Experience: Visiting other countries. Future Plans: Earn degree, become a officer. ABH3 Gernell Burt 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, call 305-293-3778. MCHC members The Multicultural Heritage Committee is looking for more people Sailors and DOD civilians to join the organization. The MCHC meets every Thursday at noon in Bldg. A-324 conference room, Boca Chica Field. For more information or questions, email PRC Michael Dees at email@example.com or ABH2 Daniel Suggs at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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, email AZCS (AW) AmyShirelle Santos at email@example.com. 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 here in Key West at 7 p.m. The club puts together trips up the Keys, and to Miami. Members attend big car events up north and support local businesses or organizations. Events are posted on Facebook page at Southern Keys Car Club. For questions or more information contact OS2 Woolbright at 305-2935758. U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Arnesia McIntyre N aval Air Station Key Wests Executive Officer Cmdr. Gregory Brotherton, left and ABH2 Roidy Amparo cut a cake during the Multicultural Heritage Committee Womens Equality day celebration at the Chiefs mess Wednesday. CELEBRATING WOMENS EQUALITY DAY Prevention continued from page 2
4 August 31, 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 are on sale at the Tickets & Travel Office on Sigsbee Park. $7 per person and children 2 and under are free. Limited tickets available and no tickets will be sold at the door. Princesses and Super Heroes include: Wonder Woman, Elsa and Anna, Cinderella, Jasmine, Belle, Captain America, Batman, Superman, Spider-man and Iron Man. A special thank you to our sponsors for their continued 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 informa tion or questions, call 305293-2783. Movie campout MWR is hosting an out door movie night on Sept. 28 starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Sunset Lounge on Sigsbee Park. The feature film has not yet been decid ed The movie is free and open to all MWR autho rized patrons. Enjoy the Sunset Lounge kids menu and amazing new dinner specials. No outside food or beverages but please bring a chair for front row lawn seating. Popcorn and candy: $1 and light-up toys: $2 (cash only). This event is sponsored by K12 Inc an online school program for grades K-12. They have sponsored over 50 Navy Campout programs world wide enhancing our events to benefit military families. K12 Military Families is tuition free in most states. [no federal endorsement implied]. For more details, call 305-563-0364. Air Show 2019 NAS Key West will host the NAS Key West Southernmost Air Spectacular March 30 and 31, 2019, at Boca Chica Field. In addition to the Blue Angels there will be a number of military and civilian performers, static displays and entertainment. General admission to the event is free and reserved seating will be available at www.airshowkeywest. com at a later date. MWR is looking for sponsorship support to civilian perform ers attending the show. If you are interested in learn ing more about the spon sorship opportunities email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305-293-2503. www. facebook.com/southern mostairspectacular 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: Sept. 12: Craft & Cocktail Nautical Wreath Sept. 19: DIY Pumpkin Dcor Sept. 26: Silhouette Light Jar Craft 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 see MWR page 5
August 31, 2018 5 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. NavyMWRKeyWest. com/events Sept. 22: Everglades Alligator Farm Vet clinic NAS Key West is host ing a quarterly vet clinic on Sept. 11 and 12 from 9 a.m. 4 p.m. in Bldg. 1509 Spadefish Court on Sigsbee Park. To sched ule an appointment or for questions email KeyWestVetServ@gmail. com and allow 48 hours for a reply. Appointments scheduled every 30 min utes. Open to active duty, retirees and families. Must provide valid ID. Liberty Programs This program is for single or unaccompanied active duty military E-6 and below. To find out more about these events call 305797-4468 or email naskw email@example.com Summer pool hours Due to staffing restric tions the Trumbo Pool hours are Fri. and 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 us MWR at NAS Key West offers a number of lodg ing opportunities locally as well as at other bases across the country. If you are going on vacation, con sider 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 six months in advance. To con tact the Campground Office locally call 305-293-4432 and to contact Vacation Rentals locally call 305-2935000. Dining with MWR Looking for 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. & 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 & 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. 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 & 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. Fitness Center 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 mul tiple MWR facilities. There are also open positions for bartenders, child care work ers, maintenance workers and more. For a full list of jobs, visit the website 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 or concerns to mwrnaskw@ gmail.com This week at FFSC MWR continued from page 4 Suicide Prevention Month Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. Suicide Prevention Month (September) is an oppor tunity to reenergize the conversation, kicking off yearround engagement that enables us to talk openly and honestly about psychological health and empowers us to seek help when we need it. Use this month to start a good habit of finding everyday ways to make a difference in the lives of others. Civilians are encouraged to wear yellow this day and throughout September. Welcome to Key West Brief Thursday, 2 3 p.m. Participants will be able to locate community and base resources to adjust to their new area with mini mal stress and maximum success. Open to all AD Dependents. Sign up with Amanda Slater at 305-2932766 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 Labor Day hours: Fly Away Caf at Navigators: 10 a.m. 5 p.m. NGIS Front Desk: 24 hrs. Sigsbee Marina: 7:45 a.m. 5 p.m. Trumbo Pool: noon 5 p.m. Vacation Rentals: 8 a.m. 5 p.m. *The Auto Skills Center is closed Saturday
6 August 31, 2018 age caused by Hurricane Irma. In order to prevent future operational disrup tions from storm damage, a pre-engineered roof struc ture will be installed on top of the buildings origi nal roof. This double roof will increase the integrity of the roof while allowing access to a walkable service area in order to maintain equipment and provide the ability to conduct future inspections. Work is projected to be completed by February 2020. Naval Facilities Engineering Command: The Facilities & Expeditionary Combat Systems Command is the command that delivers and maintains quality, sustain able facilities, acquires and manages capabilities for the Navys expedition ary combat forces, provides contingency engineer ing response, and enables energy security and environmental steward ship. Additional updates and information about NAVFAC can be found on social media sites Facebook and Flickr. Become a fan at www. facebook.com/navfac, or view our photostream on Flickr at http://www.flickr. com/photos/navfac experience in the civilian workforce. The profes sional development offered through the program pre pares candidates for a smooth transition into meaningful civilian career. I recommend every one that is separating or retiring to do Hiring Our Heroes CFP, said ET2 Derrick Luzolo. It gives you the exposure you need to network and get on-thejob training as a civilian. Luzolo has been in the program for six months, and has been working at UPS Inc. While at UPS, he delivered packages,worked in sales, and as a man ager. He plans to work for UPS as a manager in Atlanta when he separates in September. The fellowship features a 12-week syllabus, held three times a year at select military installa tions and in host cities around the country. Each cohort consists of 15 to 30 active duty service members, including veterans and mil itary spouses where avail able. Fellowship candidates are carefully matched with participating companies based on the specific skills of the candidate and the preferences of both parties. Candidates then undergo exclusive on-the-job train ing at their host company, gaining firsthand experi ence in the private sector. This knowledge is ampli fied with weekly education al sessions held as a cohort in a classroom setting. Im thankful for having the opportunity to do the program, noted Luzolo. The fellowship allowed me the opportunity to get a job and it helped me with the day to day living as a civilian. For more information or to apply, go to https://www. uschamberfoundation.org/ corporate-fellowship-pro gram-0. 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. 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Call Laurie at Rose Dell & Associates 706-699-1442 Summerland Key 2BR/2BA 1554 sq. ft. unfurnished on ocean side of US1. 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 for more information. HELP WANTED Womankind Womankind, Key Wests non-profit provider of family planning, gynecological, and prima ry care, is looking an administra tive 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 scan ning, 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@womankind keywest.org Mel Fisher Expeditions Mel Fisher Expeditions are the World Leaders in Historic Shipwreck Recovery. Our Mission is to locate, recover and conserve these his toric 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 atmo sphere in our workplace. Mel Fisher Expeditions is looking for an ambi tious, outgoing, self-driven individual to support our sales department. This is a full time position. No expe rience necessary for the right indi vidual. Training provided. Full time & benefits. Send resume to hr@ melfisher.com NAS KEY WEST CLASSIFIEDS 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, firstname.lastname@example.org; 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. Fellowship continued from page 1 Contracts continued from page 1