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p07 p09The GTMO MWR hosted the inaugural Paddle, Pedal, Paintball 9-miler Oct. 25 bringing an inventive new form of competition to the island. This relatively new class started earlier this year, focuses on CrossFit type workouts, and is held between the childs baseball diamond and the two adult diamonds next to the gym.PADDLE, PEDAL, PAINTBALL A NEW CLASS OF FITNESS OCTOBER 31, 2014


01 THE WIRE | haplains olumn Today many people will be dressed up in different costumes saying, Trick or Treat. Some people celebrate Halloween merely by donning a costume with the intention of having a good time. Other people think Halloween is a day created to worship Satan and encourages darkness and evil. So, who is right? Are believers able to celebrate Halloween without conceding our faith? The Halloween custom originated in a pagan belief and was observed on Oct. 31. It is said the dead would revisit their homes on this day, and supernatural powers would control the ghosts, goblins, and witches that were wandering about. It was believed this was the only day of the year that the devil was summoned for evil purposes. Many Christians do different things for Halloween; some have a Hallelujah Night. Others avoid the scary and evil costumes and wear innocent costumes. Some elect not to do anything at all, choosing to stay home. We can choose what to do on Halloween. The Bible does not mention Halloween; however it gives us insight. In the Old Testament, witchcraft was an offense punishable by death. There are scriptures in the New Testament which teach that occultism and being a believer do not go together. Should a Believer celebrate Halloween? There is nothing inherently evil about a person wearing a costume and asking for candy. However, there is something about the pagan beliefs of Halloween that is anti-God and should be avoided! If we Believers are going to take part in Halloween, our costume and our conduct should still imitate a transformed life. The choice is ours to make. As with everything, we Believers are to incorporate Biblical values and beliefs, even on Halloween.ARTICLE BY 1ST LT. FRANK L. HOUGHTALING JTF STAFF CHAPLAIN ARTICLE BY COMMAND SGT. MAJ. EDWIN L. GARRIS JOINT DETENTION GROUP CSMSGT. RACHEL KERN 342ND MP CO SGT. ROBERT DREXLER 391ST MP COCOMMAND SGT. MAJ. EDWIN L. GARRIS JOINT DETENTION GROUP CSM Table of CONTENTS Command CORNER Joint Task Force Safe Humane Legal TransparentGuantanamo CELEBRATING HALLOWEEN MY GREATEST FEARCommander / Sergeant Major / Oce of Public Aairs Director / Deputy Director / Command Information Ocer / Senior Editor / Copy Editor / Graphics Editor / Photo Editor / Social Media / Sta Writer / Sta Writer / Sta Writer / NAVY REAR ADM. KYLE COZAD MARINE SGT. MAJ. JUAN HIDALGO, JR. NAVY CAPT. TOM GRESBACK AIR FORCE MAJ. WAYNE CAPPS ARMY 1ST LT. MACARIO MORA SGT. FIRST CLASS ROBERT FREESE STAFF SGT. DARYL MADRID SGT. RICHARD HOPPE SGT. ADRIAN BORUNDA SGT. CHRISTOPHER MOORE SGT. REBA BENALLY SPC. MONIQUE QUINONES PFC. ELIZABETH SMITHCOMMAND STAFF STAFF / jointtaskforceguantanamo @ jtfgtmo / photos / jtfgtmo / jtfgtmo Who am I? Why am I here? What is my I dont matter. I need to know that I made a difference, that I had an impact on others, and that my life left a lasting impression upon this world and the people I came into contact with. My goal in life is to be great; it doesnt matter if I succeed by someone elses standard. Its knowing in my own heart and mind that I did my best. Daring to be great comes with a fear of failing, or not being good enough. My greatest fear is that I have not done enough; I have not reached high enough, and that I failed to seize the moment when it was afforded to me. My greatest fear is not that I will die poor, lonely or even young. I fear that I would have lived without purpose, and life had no substantial meaning. There will be no proof or evidence I had actually ever existed. That all these years I have lived, and the things I have done and accomplished will only be explained in a small inscription that can be found on my tombstone. I fear that for those who have crossed my path that I didnt treat them right or offer them a kind word or greeting. If I missed an opportunity to have ignited a spark of hope in someone and they went on to live to better themselves and others. So I say to you today, I will live each day trying to reach greatness that lives in every one of us. I will no longer settle for ordinary, but strive for extraordinary. I will lead the pack and never run with the pack; I will stand out in everything I do. Mediocrity will never tell of my deeds, only greatness will do. In time we all disappear and die. The goal isnt to live forever but to create something that will. Never forget to leave a lasting impression no matter how big or how small. Its about what youre remembered for, so make your own footprint. My greatest fear is that I wont give everything that Ive got every time; I wont push beyond my mental constraints; I wont push myself physically past my limitations; I wont be the very best that man has to offer. My greatest fear is that I will fail. Dare to be great. MOTIVATOR OF THE WEEK 01COMMAND & CHAPLAIN If we Believers are going to take part in Halloween, our costume and our conduct should still imitate a transformed life. 03GTMO NEWS search for the perfect pumpkin during the 3rd Annual Pumpkin Patch Oct. 23 through 25. 07PHOTO STORY new competition had competitors run, row and shoot their way to victory. 09SPORTS FEATURE / COVER PHOTOCrossFit has already swept the nation and this little part of the globe recently caught on now that classes are offered next to the G.J. Denich Gym. 10ENTERTAINMENT & REVIEW be suprised to know it originates from a novel by one the 21st Centurys greatest authors. 11SPORTS the Windjammer Ballroom. 13LIFE & FITNESS column.


03 THE WIRE | Volume 17 Issue 01 | October 31, 2014 | THE WIRE 04 News FEATURE News FEATUREChildren led their parents in a bit of PT Thursday, through an orange-spotted playground, looking for potential jack-olanterns during this years Pumpkin Patch at This event and others like it are meaningful to Service members and their families during the holiday season. morale, said Lt. j.g. Jeremy Lightner, a participant who was enjoying some down time with his daughter and wife at the event. There were roughly 100 pumpkins in the Pumpkin Patch this year for families to enjoy. The event also featured many other activities. A hayride circling the playground, pumpkin carving stations, story time and a photo booth were a few of the many activities offered during this annual MWR event. We always offer different activities, said employee who helped plan this years event. Theres a lot of forward planning that goes into the Pumpkin Patch. The pumpkins are ordered approximately three months in advance to make sure all the parents and children have a chance to create their favorite spooky faces in time for Halloween. We love the Pumpkin Patch. Its a really fun time for our kids and a nice way to celebrate the season, said Heidi Frederick, a GTMO resident helping her children carve Two-hundred parents and children were expected to show up to this years Pumpkin Patch, which has been held annually for The Pumpkin Patch ran Oct. 23 25, Saturday night, the Trunk or Treat. Were thankful to all the families who again, Adothor said. The parking lot of the Lyceum came alive Oct. 25 with the undead. The third annual Trunk-R-Treat on GTMO helped close out the month of October in ghoulish fashion. Ashley Clark, the group leader for the 525th Military Police Battalions Family Readiness Group, was the driving force behind this years family oriented event. The things that really make me happy is to see everyone come together and do an event, Clark said. Many families and Service members from throughout the base participated and enjoyed patrons, including family pets, a craft fair and good food. Lt. Col. Darcy L. Overbey, the previous commander of the 525th MP Bn., organized ago. Overbey recognized a need, that it was very important to her to bring everyone together, Clark said. venders from the community to participate with a craft fair for local venders to display their crafts. Were keeping the tradition alive, Clark said. And its just getting better and better. Rear Admiral Kyle J. Cozad, Joint Task Force Guantanamo commander, was on hand as one of the judges this year. He had his work cut out for him with so many entries. I think that an event like this helps people feel like theyre back home, Clark said. Judging by the volume of those in attendance, this years Trunk-R-Treat was a huge success. This will be Clarks last year as she will be moving on with her career Individual winners who dressed up for the costume contest were given a $25 prize based on their age groups. AGES 0-2: Carlisle Coffey as a Pirate AGES 3-5: Bella Zgarba as Anna from Frozen AGES 6-9: Elizabeth Frederick as Elsa from Frozen AGES 10-12: Rebecca Vargas as Wednesday from the Addams Family AGES 13-17: Jacob Salvatore as the Dancing Skeleton AGES 18+: Sgt. Maj. William Ramsey as Dr. Giggles based off the 1992 horror movie. The Cadettes and Ambassadors, a local Girl Scout troop, better known as the Cadassadors, won the group prize of $50. Those who chose to enter a vehicle $100 prize for each winner. Military/Contractor Entry: SoBran, who graciously gave their prize money to The Chiefs who in turn gave the money to Boy Scout Troop 435. Family Entry: The Bobick Family Fan Favorite: SoBran (The Fan Favorite is a fun gift )STORY BY SGT. RICHARD HOPPE STORY AND PHOTOS BY STAFF SGT. DARYL MADRID PHOTOS BY SGT. REBA BENALLY GTMO PUMPKINS AT THE PUMPKIN PATCH GTMO OUT WITH TRUNK OR TREAT Families gather to pick out pumpkins at this years Pumpkin Patch event at the Childrens Youth Center on Oct. 23. Airmen from the 474th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron (BEEF), Master Sgt. Mark Obrien, Staff Sgt. Anthony Blazer, Staff Sgt. Matthew Beers, Airman 1st Class Devonte Harrison, Army Sgt. Karen Le and Staff Sgt. Joshua Davis enjoy dressing up for the 3rd annual GTMO Trunk-R-Treat Heidi Fredrick, a GTMO resident, helps her children carve pumpkins at the Pumpkin Patch event on Oct. 23 at the Youth Center here. A child decorates a Halloween pumpkin at this years Pumpkin Patch held at the Youth Center on Oct. 23.


05 THE WIRE | Volume 17 Issue 01 | October 31, 2014 | THE WIRE 06 News FEATURE News FEATUREIn the darkness of one of Guantanamo and psychotic-zombie clowns. Circus music plays, agonizing screams and unbearable banging is heard throughout this trail of darkness. Just when you think youre out, an evil clown with a chainsaw chases you down the street. That clown is senior class president, Cameron Sode, of GTMO high school. This years senior class hosted the annual haunted house. Theyre raising money for the senior class. They do a haunted house every year, and its built inside this bunker. So, every year they look for people who can help out and volunteer to be a part of the props, said Army 1st Sgt. William Dufault from the 747th Military Police Company who was covered in fake blood and volunteered for this event. Volunteers work the majority of these senior class events. Most of the volunteers are from the Joint Task Force. The Coast Guard provided all the manpower for the building of the haunted house last year and stayed throughout the event as costume actors. They were a big help, said Richard Sode, a contract program manager and Camerons father. The haunted house opened on Oct. 22 and continued through Halloween night. Each year, the senior class of GTMO starts their fundraising events with a haunted house. This is a lengthy process to get started with paperwork, reliance on the prior senior class and the community. Weve done all this out of pocket; everything weve done we havent used any of the funds. We havent asked anyone for money, and people donated things to us, Cameron said. It does show our dedication to get this done and being here for the people too. Camerons older brother, Derek V. Sode, was the prior senior class president and orchestrated the fundraising events, which helped Cameron prepare for this years graduating class. Last year my brother was senior class here next year Ill be able to use the same volunteers and come up with something bigger and better, said Cameron. My goal has always been to raise more money than last years fund raising of the senior class. Hopefully well make it stronger this year. The senior class will host more events in the future. Most will be car washes, bake sales and bagging at the Navy Exchange to name a few. Volunteers can help with baking, washing cars and borrowing supplies, like shop vacuums and tarps. Cameron explained the success of the senior class doesnt only come from students, but from everybody else contributing their talents and skills. parents; you need teachers; you need the whole community, GTMO community, to support you. Without them we wouldnt be here, Cameron said. Were not here just to raise money for ourselves; were here for Guantanamo Bay, the military and the people who are here. Thats our goal. Its hot and uncomfortable. So, understandably, all anyone here wants is to relax after a long day after work. But keep in mind, safety should always be on top of the priority list. To ensure your safety, the JTF created a list of what you can and cannot do on a Mule or Gator. Some of the biggest concerns from the footwear, Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services of the vehicles, speeding, driving in the rain and driving with the windshield up. Martinez, the licensing agent and dispatcher for the the road all the time. The Mules and Gators dont come with windshield wipers. Though at times it may not seem like it, it rains here and driving in the rain without wipers is makes it a point when dispatching to let all drivers know to stay off the roads when it rains its for your safety. Operating a Gator while its raining is a no-go. said Army Sgt. Olujimi Burgess, dispatching NCO Another safety hazard to keep in mind with the windshields is that some of them are made of glass. Glass windows are particularly dangerous in the up position; therefore they shouldnt be driven with them in that position. If the windshield is up and its one made of glass it can fall and shatter if you hit a bump, Martinez said. PMCS is a weekly responsibility for those the vehicles are dispatched to. This type of preventative maintenance keeps these vehicles running and in better, safer condition for longer. Any damage needs to be reported, if it comes back as a safety issue, the vehicle will not be returned until pictures are taken and the problem has been addressed, Martinez said. For more information on Gator/Mule safety STORY AND PHOTOS BY SGT. REBA BENALLY STORY BY PFC. ELIZABETH SMITH PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY SGT. RICHARD HOPPEHAUNTED HOUSE DRIVING MULE SAFELY?Creepy decorations are found throughout the haunted house of GTMO. The event began on Oct. 22 and will continue through Halloween night. A clown waits for more people to walk through the haunted house on Friday night. Other students, blurred by slow shutter speeds, dance around him.


07 THE WIRE | Volume 17 Issue 01 | October 31, 2014 | THE WIRE 08 Photo STORY Photo STORYThe GTMO MWR hosted the inaugural Paddle, Pedal, Paintball 9-miler Oct. 25 bringing an inventive new form of competition to the island. The event consisted of a 1.5-mile kayak loop and 7.5mile bicycle ride with two stops at the Ground Zero paintball range for target shooting. First up is a kayak trip, 1.5-miles to the battleship moorings at buoy 10, down to the marina fuel pier and back to the sailing center, said Tim Baugh, the outdoor recreation director for the GTMO MWR program. From there they will bicycle down Sherman toward the library and head over the hill to John Paul Jones coming out on to Kittery Beach Road. From there they will take Tarawa to Ground Zero paintball center, where they will rack their bicycles and take 10 shots at paintball targets. Each hit is worth 10 seconds off their total time. They will then do that loop again, back to the paintball range and take 10 more shots their race. MWR coordinators went above and beyond to make arrangements for all participants to ensure anyone who wanted to participate could have fun, including participants without marina captains license. life guards in the water on paddle boards and had a port patrol, and we have marina staff on standby just to keep an eye on everybody today, Baugh said. The GTMO MWR prides its self on bringing new and interesting events to the community and this event was no exception. I think the MWR did a good job, they are very good with giving the Service members things to do and this was a new event for them. It was great; Id do it again, said participant Staff Sgt. Kasey Hicks. It was fun. Im not much of a kayaker or a biker. Im more of a runner, so it was good to do something new!STORY AND PHOTOS BY SGT. CHRISTOPHER MOORE Kayaks are staged at the marina in the early hours of the morning for the kayaking portion of the MWR GTMOs Pedal, Paddle, Paintball 9-miler, U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. 9-miler returns to the marina sailing pier just after sunrise, Saturday at U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. the best time when the time bonuses for the paintball portion of the event are subtracted, Saturday.


09 THE WIRE | Volume 17 Issue 01 | October 31, 2014 | THE WIRE 10 Stay classy, GTMO! No ALCOHOL or TOBACCO at the Lyceums!Call the Movie Hotline at ext. 4880 or visit the MWR Facebook page for more information Concessions closed until further notice DOWNTOWN CAMP BULKELEY DOWNTOWN CAMP BULKELEY Annabelle (New) R, 7 p.m.Fury R, 9 p.m.The Maze Runner(New) PG13, 8 p.m.The EqualizerR, 10 p.m.The Maze Runner(New) PG13, 7 p.m.The EqualizerR, 9 p.m.Annabelle (New) R, 8 p.m.The Good Lie(New) PG13, 10 p.m.Dolphin Tale 2 (LS) PG, 6:30 p.m.The Good Lie(New) PG13, 8:45 p.m.No Good Deed (LS) PG13, 8 p.m.No Good Deed (LS) PG13, 7 p.m.The JudgeR, 7 p.m.Dracula Untold PG13, 8 p.m.Dracula Untold PG13, 8 p.m.The Book of LifePG, 8 p.m.The JudgeR, 7 p.m.BOOK REVIEW / LOLITA I was raised differently than many of my privileged friends. When I was grounded for partaking in mischievous childhood adventures, I wasnt denied certain paltry rights like TV or video games; I was denied my freedom. Instead of a slap on the wrist for punching a cat or terrorizing my little brother, I was sent to my room for weeks sometimes months and allowed only to read or do homework. So, naturally, I became fascinated with literature. It was during one of these long hiatuses from reality that I discovered Russian literature, and the genius of Vladimir Nabokov. Born in 1899 in St. Petersburg, Russia, Nabokov is most famous for Lolita, which is about Professor Humbert Humbert who, after coming from Paris to New century, becomes involved with Charlotte Haze. She takes him in after his room burns down in a small New England town. It is in the Haze home that he meets and becomes fascinated with Hazes pre-teen daughter Dolores Lolita. The novel was Nabokovs instant claim to fame in America masterpiece. Lolita also became one of the most controversial pieces of 20th Century literature. Due to the nature of the novel, Lolita has become a noun described in several dictionaries as a seductive adolescent girl or a sexually precocious young girl. Lolitas context may overwhelm a few readers with its detail of pedophilia as Nabokov takes the reader more closely inside the psyche of a monster than most of us would ever feel comfortable. But, thats really what makes this, in my opinion, one the best of many great novels from the last century. Nabokovs ability to reach inside your mind and paint impulses and nightmarish desires on a mental canvas is on par with Vincent van Goghs Starry Night or Chopins Nocturne. Its an intellectual stimulus thats too content, to not cherish. His description of Humbert Humbert and Lolitas crosscountry journeys and malevolent escapades is breathtaking. Nabokov and the novel are so much more than a Sunday read. Literary geeks are seldom privy to such mastery of their craft. Its truly a once in generation experience. Lolita was the authors creative peak and perhaps sole masterpiece. But, the hundreds of his other novels, novellas, poems, short stories, dramas and works a gander. At the time of Nabokovs death in 1977, he had few peers on par intellectually or creatively. Truly, its a shame this master of literature isnt on a pedestal amongst the likes of Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway or John Steinbeck. As the sun sets on another day here at GTMO, a group of 20 or so Service members and civilians gather around the instructor of the Max Performance class offered by MWR through the GJ Denich Gym. This relatively new class started earlier this year, focuses on CrossFit type workouts, and is held between the childs baseball diamond and the two adult diamonds next to the gym. The onehour class starts promptly at 6:30 p.m. and being on time is one of the main components of this class. Its open to anybody and a big part of the class is being here on time, listen to my instructions, and last is check your pride at the door, said 1st Lt. Jon Lopez, the class instructor. When Lopez joined was a small gathering of like-minded physical us, now theres nights like tonight were there are 27. Its growing, he said. The class is open to all and Lopez welcomes anyone willing to listen, learn and be a healthy active individual. I like to build up with people who have never done this kind of work out. Whenever I get a new person I just start with the basics, and I try to design a work out thats good for them, but that they will start to grow with everyone else, Lopez said. With the basics down and consistently coming to the class Lopez has seen Service members improve not only physically but mentally as well. I get people who havent passed a came to me and in a little over a month they passed it. Thats the type of success I like to see coming out of here, Lopez said. I see, he said, but the way they walk and talk they start to get a natural swag, a Spc. Richard Kirsh, a preventative medicine specialist with the 391st Military Police Battalion, has seen what positive impact these kinds of workouts have on units who use them correctly. Ive known guys in my unit (who) came from another unit where they had these kinds Id love to see it with us, Kirsh said Kirsh hopes attending this class will help him reach a goal he set way back on Memorial Day of this year. Theres a particular CrossFit work out called the Murph Challenge, and it destroys you. I tried it, and I didnt even get going, he said. By the time we are done here, its a goal of mine to be able to do that entire workout. Kirsh gave one piece of advice as he gingerly sat on a bench after the work out. see the people who are good at these kinds of work outs, its because they show up regularly, he said. If you put time and invest REVIEW BY 1ST LT. MACARIO MORA STORY AND PHOTOS BY SGT. ADRIAN BORUNDA Sports FEATUREI GET PEOPLE WHO HAVENT PASSED A PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST IN TWO MONTHS. THEY CAME TO ME AND IN A LITTLE OVER A MONTH THEY PASSED IT. A NEW CLASS OF FITNESSMax Performance class students begin their hour-long work out with stretches and light calisthenics on the childs baseball diamond next to G.J. Denich Gym on Tuesday.


11 THE WIRE | Volume 17 Issue 01 | October 31, 2014 | THE WIRE 12 SPORTS SPORTS COLLEGE TOP 2501 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 1,486 1,453 1,290 1,267 1,199 1,161 1,095 1,086 1,074 1,030 930 839 676 669 667 574 535 524 430 379 366 265 184 121 106 Mississippi State Florida State Alabama Auburn Oregon Notre Dame Mississippi Michigan State Georgia TCU Kansas State Baylor Ohio State Arizona Arizona State LSU Nebraska Utah Oklahoma West Virginia East Carolina Clemson Marshall Duke UCLANo. Points TEAM NAME FLAG FOOTBALL WEST01 02 03 04 05 06 7 0 5 2 4 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 Here Come The Runs 391st Paladins Grizzlies Thunder Goin Deep The Abusement ParkNo. Score TEAM NAME FLAG FOOTBALL EAST01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 7 1 6 1 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 2 5 0 6 SH Money Team BEEF Boston BDs Crazyhorse The Pirates! Confusion Gerbils MCSFCONo. Score TEAM NAME AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 9 0 8 1 6 2 6 3 5 3 3 6 3 6 3 6 1 8 0 9 Husker Doos GMO Latinos Plus The Black Sheep The Leftovers MissFits Nailed It! Poker Jokers Red Apple Non-Jerks PT-RomaniacsNo. Score TEAM NAME NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 9 0 8 1 7 2 6 3 4 5 3 5 3 5 3 6 1 7 0 9 Outcasts Here Come the Runs Boondoggles GTMO Goonies WMPA Jerks Puddle Pirates 391st Paladins React to Extract Swift JusticeNo. Score TEAM NAME It was a week of tests for some of the higher ranked teams in the league. The Arizona Cardinals improved to 6-1 against a tough opponent in the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots continue their gradual rise to the top of the standings after a convincing 51-23 win over the Chicago Bears which improved them to 6-2. All the while the Denver Broncos continue to steam roll the rest of the league with a 6-1 record after a 35-21 victory over the San Diego Chargers. The Broncos remain undefeated at home this season.GAME SPOTLIGHTMonday Night Football has come to be the best part about Monday if you ask this writer. If you wanted to laugh, cry, hold your breath in anticipation or simply enjoy a little drama on your Monday night, the Redskins against the Cowboys did not disappoint. This contest had it all, terrible defense by through to the half. On the offensive side, struggled to string together two plays without serious confusion at the scrimmage line. If life is about rhythm, McCoy didnt show any to speak of. Tony Romo, the Dallas Quarterback, often relied too heavily on the passing game and never really established a running threat to challenge the Redskins defensive line. Romo left the game after the sack while reaching for his lower back. And the drama continued. Romo came back to try and win the game but was unsuccessful and the game entered overtime. The Redskins won the Romos shoulders, he took over but couldnt get a fresh set of downs and the game ended with an incomplete pass near the sideline. McCoy and the Redskins left victorious in a huge upset 20-17. The Ole Miss Rebels headed into Death Valley and lost a stinker 10-7 to the LSU season, and dropping them 4 spots to No. 7 in the latest Associated Press college football poll. The Tigers moved up eight spots to No. 16. No. 1 Mississippi State and No. 2 Florida State are the only undefeated teams left from the Big Five Conferences. Mississippi State defeated Kentucky in a 45-31 shootout. Florida State had a bye week after eking by Notre Dame in Week 8. In other Top 25 games, Alabama jumped up a spot to No. 3 after cruising past Tennessee, as did No. 4 Auburn, No. 5 Oregon and No. 6 Notre Dame after defeating their opponents. No. 14 Arizona defeated Washington State in an exciting 59-37 game typical of the Pac12 Conference. Quarterback Taylor Kelly returned from an injury after three games to lead the No. 15 Arizona State Sun Devils to a 24-10 win over Washington. This weekends games have little to offer in terms of the new College Football Playoff with the top three teams having relatively easy games. But, the No. 4 Auburn versus No. 7 Ole Miss game has the potential for a shake-up in the playoff bracket. And, the Pac12 has two games with ranked opponents 25 UCLA and No. 15 Arizona State Takes on No. 18 Utah. My Magic 8 Ball tells me Auburn, UCLA and Arizona State win Fear the Fork! competition in the Windjammer Ballroom here. activities MWR hosted Saturday. But, it didnt stop a full house with crowds of people standing along the walls to see the contestants. competition in May, won overall female and 1st place in age group 40-49. She was very excited and shocked that she won overall but very happy with the end result. This time I signed up at the last minute; I didnt really prepare. But overall, Im typically the Command Fitness Leader coordinator for the Joint Task Force, so for the Navy folks I run the Physical Training program, Wesaw said. Many of the contestants have physically demanding occupations, like Master Sgt. Clarence Ross an Army reservist with the 361st Military Police Company, who won 1st place in the 50 and over age group. kind of shape. Since Im always working out all the coaches and trainers were saying, you should do a show. Once you get a taste of this, said. While the contestants prepped for the were putting in long hours to make sure the competition ran smoothly for everyone. Every time we have this competition, we always improve something. We look at our after-action-report and we see what else we can do to improve to make it easier instructor for MWR and one of the judges for this event. We really appreciate the supports this event. Bumpus teaches a variety of classes at the G.J. Denich Gym. Her dedication to of GTMO showed greatly throughout this competition. We want to put something out there for the guys, because they work so hard at the gym. At least they can see their reward. Theyre an inspiration for others out there. Many of them have inspired others to try to how things went, Bumpus said.Overall male and 1st place of age group 18-29 winner, Dion Ebrey, accepts his two awards on Saturday at the Fitness & Figure Competition at the Windjammer Ballroom.STORY AND PHOTOS BY SGT. REBA BENALLY ARTICLE BY 1ST LT. MACARIO MORA ARTICLE BY SGT. ADRIAN BORUNDABODYBUILDERS OF GTMOMWR SPORTS STANDINGS AGE 18-29: AGE 30-39: AGE 40-49: AGE 50+: 1st & Overall: Dion Ebrey 2nd Raymond Leroy 3rd Terrell Pretlow 1st Steven Shook 1st Michael Ellis 2nd Dexter Allen 1st Clarence RossMALE STANDINGS AGE 18-29: AGE 30-39: AGE 40-49: 1st Jessica Warnerglynn 2nd Micaela Atkins 1st Cynthia Rivera 1st & Overall Diane WesawFEMALE STANDINGS 9 BODYBUILDERS


13 THE WIRE | Volume 17 Issue 01 | October 31, 2014 | THE WIRE 14 BUS SCHEDULECAMP AMERICA GAZEBO CAMP AMERICA NEX CAMP DELTA CAMP 6 HQ BUILDING TK 1 TK 2 TK 3 TK 4 CC JAS WINDJAMMER / GYM GOLD HILL GALLEY NEX NEX LAUNDRY C POOL DOWNTOWN LYCEUMNEX EXP. BUSCAMP AMERICA TK 1 WINDJAMMER / GYM GOLD HILL GALLEY NEX DOWNTOWN LYCEUM :00/:20/:40 :01/:18/:21/:38/:41/:58 :02/:17/:22/:37/:42/:57 :04/:13/:24/:33/:44/:53 :07/10/:27/:30/:47/:50 :55/:15/:35 :01/:17/:21/:37/:41/:57 :02/:16/:22/:36/:42/:56 :03/:15/:23/:35/:43/:55 :04/:13/:24/:33/:44/:53 :00/:19/:20/:39/:40/:59 :14/:34/: 54 :02/:17/:22/:37/:42/:57 :04/:15/:24/:35/:44/:55 :06/:13/:26/:33/:46/:53 :07/:27:47 :10/:30/:50 :11/:31/:51 09:55 19:55 hourly :48/:55 :05/:36 :11/:31 :14/:29 :16/:27 : 17/:25BEACH BUS WINDWARD LOOP / EAST CARAVELLA SBOQ / MARINA NEX PHILLIPS PARK CABLE BEACH / TURN AROUND RETURN TO OFFICE SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY 0900/0930/1200/1230/1500/1530/1800/1830 0905/0935/1205/1235/1505/1535/1805/1835 0908/0925/1208/1225/1508/1525/1808/1825 0914/ 1214/1514/1814 0917/1217/1517/1817 0940/1240/1540/1840 FERRY SCHEDULEMONDAY THRU SATURDAY FERRY WINDWARD LEEWARD UTILITY BOAT WINDWARD LEEWARD SUNDAY & HOLIDAYS FERRY WINDWARD LEEWARD UTILITY BOAT WINDWARD LEEWARD 0630/0730/0930/1030/1130/1330/1530/1630 0700/0800/1000/1100/1200/1300/1400/1600 /1700 1730/1830/1930/2030/2130/2230 1800/1900/2000/2100/2200/2300 0730/0930/1130/1330 0800/1000/1200/1400 1530/1730/1830/2000/2230 1600/1800/1900/2030/2300TRANSPORTATION SCHEDULES*These services are conducted by Army or Navy chaplains ROMAN CATHOLIC Saturday* Sunday* PROTESTANT SERVICES Sunday* PROTESTANT Traditional* Contemporary* Gospel OTHER SERVICES Islamic Prayers 7th Day Adventist Latter Day Saints Pentacostal JTF Bible Study* New Christians Inquiry JTF Bible Study* ALL AT NAVSTA CHAPEL 1700 0900 JTF TROOPERS CHAPEL 0640, 0900, 1900 Sunday 0930 Sunday 1100 Sunday 1300 SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Friday 1315 Saturday 0900 Saturday 1100 Sunday 0900 Sunday 0800 Sunday 1700 Monday 2000 Wednesday 1900 Saturday 1900 Monday-Thursday* 1730 Annex Room 1 (Liturgical Service) Main Chapel Main Chapel Annex Room 2 Annex Room 1 Sabbath School Annex Room 1 Sabbath Service Annex Room 2 Annex Room D Annex Room D Cuzco Block H JTF Troopers Chapel Troopers Chapel Services SCHEDULE Life & FITNESSWorking out and dieting can easily become confusing. Its important to do your research before you start a program and make sure to max your PT test, become a long distance runner, or just look better at the beach. Whatever your goal may be, it will likely fall under one of two categories: muscle gain or fat loss. at: beginner, intermediate, or advanced. Most but you need to have an idea of your limits to avoid burning out too fast. Its important working out three times a week if thats the level youre at. Eventually, you will be able to expect to see changes right away. Dont let time. If you are just beginning, you should focus on your diet this week. Nutrition plays a bigger can learn what foods will help fuel your body. Those who are interested in gaining muscle will need more protein in their diet. Anyone who wants to lose fat should focus more on good carbs. Being on JTF GTMO is one of the best times to get in shape. There arent many places in the world where you can get access to a free, 24-hour gym. Over the next few advice from the experts right here on base. now all you need is drive. The only bad workout is the one you didnt do.CHOOSING A PLANGETTING SCARED?This months choices are next months body.ARTICLE BY SPC. MONIQUE QUINONESBREAKFAST: 5 egg whites unlimited vegetables 1 serving cream of wheatLUNCH: 1 serving of whole wheat pasta unlimited salad and vegetableDINNER: 6-8 oz. of lean chicken 1 serving of pinto beans unlimited salad and vegetablesBREAKFAST: Protein pancakes 1 Banana LUNCH: Shrimp salad Quinoa VegetablesDINNER: No bean turkey / veggie chili For those who are looking to build muscle, here is an idea of what your daily meals should look like: If you are starting a program to lose fat, this is an example of your daily meal plan: Halloween is here and frightening images, movies, and costumes are taking center stage. But why do we get scared? Fear is a protective mechanism that has served our ancestors well for thousands of years and led to our survival. Fear is also a learned emotion. For example, if one falls into a well and struggles to get out, a fear of tight spaces or heights may develop. But then why do some of us like to get scared? There is a chemical component that is associated with both fear and enjoyment called an adrenalin rush. Dopamine is a chemical that is released in this process. It controls the brains pleasure center and gives us that feel good but scared emotion. Many people love that rush. They partake in activities such as bungee jumping, riding roller coasters, and yes, even going to haunted houses, just to get that sensation. So, there is no need to be afraid of being afraid. Happy Halloween from your JSMART team. Email any suggestions/ comments about the JSMART Spot or Radio content to: JSMART 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. M-FARTICLE BY PETTY OFFICER 2ND CLASS ROBERT MCQUEEN Spot TheJSMART Scott, commander of the Union forces, was forced to retire on Oct. 31, 1861 due to failing health. Scott, the hero of the Mexican-American War, became a general in the U.S. Army toward the end of the War of 1812 four years after receiving his military commission from William and Mary College. Scott was credited with developing the tactics that would ultimately prove superior to Mexican forces during the U.S. campaign in Mexico in 1946 and 47. The general, who was born in 1786, is also credited with developing the strategy to block ports to the South and isolate them economically. Initially he took criticism for his strategy dubbed the Anaconda Plan at the time, but it was his strategy that eventually led to victory. retired to West Point where he wrote his memoirs and died in 1866. Information from the website This Day in Military History was used for this article.ARTICLE BY 1ST LT. MACARIO MORA RELIGIOUS SERVICES