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Service members and civilians start Halloween on GTMO with the MWR 5K run at Cooper Field. Reef Raiders dive club hosts their 5th annual Underwater Pumpkin Carving Contest. ZOMBIES KICK OFF HALLOWEEN RAIDERS CARVE THE BAY

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01 THE WIRE | www.jtfgtmo.southcom.mil/xWEBSITE/index.html haplains olumn In the last week I have been asked the same be leaving GTMO? The truth is, no. I have been here for two years and have enjoyed my time in GTMO. My life straddles two worlds: my JTF work life and my NAVSTA family life. My wife says it is like living with a deployed person. I work long hours with amazing Troopers all week long and then early Saturday morning I am cheering on my kids at their soccer game. GTMO is a place where many worlds collide. Besides the world of the deployed Trooper and the NAVSTA family, there is the world of the foreign national and the detainee. There is actually a whole other world and very few of us even think about it. It is the spiritual realm. As people of faith, we are in a sense trying to live in two worlds. We are thinking in light of our eternal life and yet planning for our earthly existence. In between is a collision between the Kingdom of God and this world. My daily goal is to somehow capture Gods vision and bring a piece of it into this realm. Now before you think I belong in the truth with humility, or love your neighbor as yourself, you bring a piece of the Divine with you. When you display moral courage and do the right thing as opposed to the easy thing, you are standing in the gap between the Kingdom of God and this world. That is a good place to be. It has been my honor to serve you GTMOnians. May Gods face shine upon you as you bring a piece of His world to this little corner of Cuba. Article by CPT. BRADY FREDERICK JTF CHAPLAIN 1ST SGT. WILLIAM SCHULTZ 342ND MP CO Troop to TROOPER Joint Task Force Safe Humane Legal TransparentGuantanamo WHERE WORLDS COLLIDE LOYALTY Through serving in the Armed Forces, we learn our actions with our commitment to each other, our units, our country and our Constitution. It also describes our commitment to our families and to ourselves. Loyalty develops mutual trust and allows us to thrive as a team. Loyalty is one of the U.S. Armys seven values. Loyalty is the key to maintaining unity and stability throughout the armed forces. Loyalty is capable of strengthening the level of teamwork needed by Service members to get the job done quickly and effectively. When Troopers are loyal to their superiors, peers and subordinates, they are able to maintain morale and a sense of camaraderie. Loyalty to ones own unit and to each other also allows comrades to build and maintain lifelong relationships. Loyalty is a value that has to be nurtured; commanders cannot demand their troops be loyal to both them and to each other. It has to Both superiors and subordinates who show they are looking out for each others best interests will undoubtedly gain loyalty from each other. The cautionary statement that follows the blind loyalty. By identifying yourself with a group and accepting its values as your own, you risk avoiding taking responsibility for our own thoughts and actions. Society values loyalty as noble in a world of debatable morals. Be careful where you place your loyalty. Do not march lockstep and unquestioningly behind corrupt or dishonorable leadership. History is full of disloyal people who went against the grain and created positive change. Our country has whistleblower laws in place to protect people who refuse to be loyal to wrong doers. The bottom line is that it isnt right, fair or just to expect any of us to give blind loyalty to someone or something that is wrong or discriminatory. skilled leaders who build teamwork and future leaders. They deserve our loyalty and the success of our military depends on it. Remember to be true to yourself, your values and the principles our republic was built on, but do not be blind. Loyalty is arguably the strongest of military values; it must be nurtured with honor and truth. Article by 1ST SGT. WILLIAM SCHULTZ 342ND MP CO

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STAFF SGT. JOSHUA DAVIS PFC. RICARDO GARDUNO 670TH MP CO Table of CONTENTS Commander / 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. 1ST CLASS ROBERT FREESE STAFF SGT. DARYL MADRID SGT. RICK HOPPE SGT. ADRIAN BORUNDA SGT. CHRIS MOORE SGT. REBA BENALLY SPC. MONIQUE QUINONES PFC. LIZ SMITH SGT. CHRIS MOORE COMMAND STAFF STAFF COVER PHOTO / joint task force guantanamo @ jtf gtmo / photos / jtf gtmo / jtf gtmo MOTIVATOR WEEK 01 COMMAND & CHAPLAIN Loyalty isnt just one of the Armys Core Values, but arguably the strongest military value that must be nutured with honor and truth. Also, Capt. Brady Fredrick, JTF chaplain, bids farewell after a succesful tour providing spiritual guidance. 03 GTMO NEWS / COVER PHOTO Volunteer Zombies give chase to runners during the MWRs Zombie 5k run held Halloween night at Cooper Field, providing an extra incentive to run faster. 05 PHOTO STORY Contestants compete in the 5th Annual Reef Raider Underwater Pumpkin Carving contest at Windmill Beach Saturday, adding a bit of GTMO style to a holdiay classic. 07 SPORTS The NFL Weekly column provides the latest up-to-date scores and highlights from your favorite teams after each weekend of action. 08 ENTERTAINMENT & REVIEWS Three new movies played at your local theaters this weekend. Find out what our 09 LIFE & FITNESS Why is protein important for overall health? Spc. Monique Quinones has the rundown on how protein helps you gain and maintain that beach worthy body. READERSHIP SURVEY product to JTF Troopers. We greatly appreciate your time and feedback. Take the survey @ https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CD2LFKP

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03 THE WIRE | www.jtfgtmo.southcom.mil/xWEBSITE/index.html News FEATURE Service members and civilians started Halloween on GTMO last Friday in a healthy and scary way with the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Zombie 5K run at Cooper Field. Volunteers showed up early and were painted to resemble the walking dead. With blood dripping, fake wounds exposed and their best impression of a limping lifeless creature, they took to the course prepared to provide the kind of motivation only a zombie could provide. We got to dress up like zombies, and walked on the track to try to encourage the runners and maybe scare them a little bit. It was a lot of fun, and it was a The runners encountered different kinds of zombies, ranging from fast chasing to slow and crawling to more unique ones. It was fun! The zombies out there were pretty good, there was one zombie on a tricycle that I thought was pretty funny, said Courtney Cole, one of the runners participating in evading the zombies. Some zombies crawled on the ground while course for a chance to scare runners together. I think its outstanding to have these organized runs, not only to have a good time but to help build a community and build camaraderie among all the services who were zombies together, Tesch said. Near the end of the run, the zombies had the cover of darkness to help frighten the unsuspecting runners. They leaped from behind cover scaring runners and the occasional onlooker. By the end, the collective undead volunteers had a costume to use for the rest of the night, and the participants, well they walked home feeling prepared for the zombie apocalypse. Story and photos by SGT. ADRIAN BORUNDA ZOMBIES KICK OFF HALLOWEEN Zombie volunteers gather to feast on a simulated victim on the side of the course during the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Zombie 5k Friday at Cooper Field. Are you aware the JTF has a 100 percent shred policy? This means all paper materials including computer printouts, sticky notes, handwritten notes, photo-copies, trooper notebooks, unwanted mail, mailing labels and customs forms from boxes or packages, leave papers, bank statements, bills and anything work related or that has personal information should be shredded! Dont throw information in the trash, If you are interested in helping people, join the SAPR team and become a Victim Advocate! The training will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Dec. 1 through 5 at Fleet & Family Support Center, Bldg 2135. The position is open to USN, USMC, USA and USAF personnel (Army must be Nov. 21. For more information or to sign up, 100% SHRED IT OR REGRET IT. SAPR VICTIM ADVOCATE TRAINING

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Volume 17 Issue 02 | November 7, 2014 | THE WIRE 04 News FEATURE Runners woke up early Saturday for the 2014 to support the fundraiser and their health. past the Windjammer Club and pool and east to the golf course where runners turned around and returned to the starting point. The CFC was formed in 1964 to consolidate the various yearly donation campaigns into one campaign season for all Department of Defense employees. Fifty years later Service members and civilians continue that commitment to philanthropy and the CFC. The turnout was great but we are always looking for more people to come out and support, said Cynthia Rivera, the CFC 5k organizer. There are always American Forces Network Television commercials to help garner support, but the 5k allows for an interactive participation for a good cause. but events like these help promote the campaign, and all the funds from events like this go toward the CFC, Rivera said. The run accomplished its goal of promoting the campaign. Luzdelis Roman, a participant in the 5k, learned about the campaign through the event, which she ran because she heard about it from a friend. about the CFC. I didnt know anything about it until I heard about this run, Roman said. Its also a great way to fund it and get people motivated about the CFC. The CFCs organizing committee started out with 22 original charities, but today DoD employees organizations. For a list of charities or to learn more about donating contact your command CFC representative. Story and photos by SGT. ADRIAN BORUNDA 5K RUN TO PROMOTE CFC Runners, in the Combined Federal Campaign 5k run, take off from the start point next to Cooper Field Saturday. The run was held to raise awareness of the CFC program that was established to encourage philanthropy by federal civilians and military personnel. EVENTS LIKE THESE HELP PROMOTE THE CAMPAIGN, AND ALL THE FUNDS FROM EVENTS LIKE THIS GO TOWARD THE CFC.

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05 THE WIRE | www.jtfgtmo.southcom.mil/xWEBSITE/index.html Photo STORY

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Volume 17 Issue 02 | November 7, 2014 | THE WIRE 06 Photo STORY C arving pumpkins into the iconic symbol of Halloween, the jack-o-lantern, is a tradition nearly as old as the holiday itself. It has become a hallmark of bonding time for family and friends alike. With contests of creativity and showmanship over, the only down side is the clean up. If clean up is the only thing standing between you and a beautiful work of pumpkin-lantern art, fear not, the local Reef Raiders dive club has your answer, the 5th annual Underwater Pumpkin Carving Contest. This years contest was held Saturday at Windmill Beach. to maintain position, said Navy Lt. A. J. Corcoran, a Navy supply took a little while to get used to doing stuff under water, but the it. The categories for this years event were scariest, funniest, most unique, most detailed and best overall with the participants judging the carvings. The two best overall prize winners received an underwater camera and a dive bag. This was the 5th annual event as we know it. Some of the people who have been on the island for a while say they used to do it 15 20 years ago, so I guess we brought it back, said Don Dewitt part of the Reef Raiders club planning committee. We offer the event to snorkelers and divers. The only criteria is just to carve the pumpkin under water. A few seasoned pumpkin carving vets brought back a bag of tricks from last years competition. We did the event last year. Its hard to do, but its fun. I a GTMO resident who participated. It took about a half hour to carve my pumpkin underwater. I had to put rocks in a bag, and then I wrapped my legs around it. Once I got some water in the pumpkin then it wasnt so bad. Imhofs husband, John Imhof, a resident DOD employee, used a slightly different technique. Last year we learned a lot. We could not stay on the bottom. This year I got a big bag of rocks, and then when I got out the guts I put rocks inside the pumpkin, so it would stay down, John said. I think the fun part is just trying to position yourself to stay the people. Whether you prefer the solace of the sea, the company of classic traditions, underwater pumpkin carving has you covered. My favorite part of the event is the people, I think every one should come out to do it next year. Its just fun, a lot of fun with good people, Tina said. Hopefully we will be here to do it again next year. Story by SGT. CHRIS MOORE Two participants in the 5th Annual Reef Raiders Underwater Pumpkin Beach Saturday. Photo by Sgt. Rick Hoppe. Army 1st Sgt. Mike Major, a participant in the 5th Annual Reef Raiders A young scuba diving participant in the 5th Annual Reef Raider

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07 THE WIRE | www.jtfgtmo.southcom.mil/xWEBSITE/index.html SPORTS FLAG FOOTBALL WEST 01 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 Park No. Score TEAM NAME FLAG FOOTBALL EAST 01 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 MCSFCO AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST 01 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-Romaniacs NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST 01 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 Justice It was another week of interesting football around the league and oh how the mighty have fallen while some have risen to their former glory. In one of the more anticipated games of the week over Payton Manning and the Denver Broncos 43-21. Glimmers of Super Bowl winning Brady home in Foxboro. Tampa Bay defeated Cleveland 17-22; Philadelphia outgunned Houston 31-21; Kansas City beat the Jets 24-10; Cincinnati beat Jacksonville 33-23; Miami destroyed San Diego 37-0; Minnesota squeaked by Washington 2926; St. Louis upset San Francisco 13-10; Seattle was victorious over Oakland 30-24; Pittsburg commandingly beat Baltimore 43-23; New Orleans beat North Carolina 28-10, and on Monday Night Giants 40-24. GAME SPOTLIGHT Week nine was another opportunity for the Arizona Cardinals to prove that their record is more in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. At least it would have been had Tony Romo not been injured a 7-1 record. And yes the last two teams they have faced had respectable records. But no win that I have seen has proved to me that if the Cardinals go on to the Super Bowl will they beat the likes of the Patriots or the Steelers or the team they have already lost to, the Broncos. The Cards walked away victorious 28-17 but, really, the lack luster Cowboys werent a true test. And, given the Cardinals remaining schedule, its and the Kansas City are the only quality competition remaining eight games left against the NFC West, 13-3 with losses to the Lions and Chiefs. Auburn leapfrogged No. 4 Alabama and moved up to No. 3 in the Associated Press college football poll after the Tigers beat Ole Miss after recovering to No. 12 in the poll, appeared to win the game, but a replay showed receiver Laquon Treadwell fumble the ball at the goal line, whipping away the touchdown and subsequently fumbling away any chance Ole Miss had of making it into the inaugural college football playoff. Mississippi State remained No. 1 after barely defeating unranked Arkansas, and Florida State stayed at No. 2 after defeating Louisville. Alabama fell back a spot to No. 4 despite a bye week. Oregon comes in at No. 5 this week after smashing Stanford. TCU moved up to No. 6 in the poll, needing a last who led for most of the game. The Michigan State Wolverines, Norte Dame and Baylor rounded out the Top 10 in this weeks poll. overtime to defeat Utah, who fell to No. 20 from 17, in an ugly, ugly game. UCLA moved up seven spots to No. 18 after defeating No. 21 Arizona. The Wildcats fell seven spots in the poll. There are big match ups in Week 11. No. 4 Alabama heads into Death Valley to take on No. 14 LSU, a team that handed then No. 1 Ole Miss its No. 20 Utah, and No. 6 TCU hosts No. 9 Kansas State. No. 7 Michigan State will take on No. 13 Ohio State in a Big Ten showdown. Tenth ranked TCU heads to No. 19 Oklahoma. Also, No. 8 Notre Dame, a team that needed an extraordinary day from its quarterback to beat Navy in Week 10, will head into Sun Devil Stadium to take on No. 11 Arizona State. My crystal ball shows the Sun Devils in the Top 10 next week. Fear the Fork! Article by 1ST LT. MACARIO MORA Article by SGT. ADRIAN BORUNDA MWR SPORTS STANDINGS TOP 25 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 1,484 1,452 1,345 1,281 1,275 1,148 1,120 1,096 1,049 961 831 828 780 717 680 574 465 464 341 327 325 288 238 159 83 Mississippi State Florida State Auburn Alabama Oregon TCU Michigan State Notre Dame Kansas State Baylor Arizona State Mississippi Ohio State LSU Nebraska Oklahoma Georgia UCLA Clemson Utah Arizona Duke Marshall West Virginia Wisconson No. Points TEAM NAME

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Volume 17 Issue 02 | November 7, 2014 | THE WIRE 08 DOWNTOWN BULKELEY IN THEATERS THIS WEEK FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAYStay classy, GTMO! No alcohol or tobacco at the Lyceums. Call the Movie Hotline @ 4880 or visit the MWR Facebook for more info. Concessions closed until further notice DOWNTOWN BULKELEY Interstellar (New) PG13, 7 p.m. The Maze Runner PG13, 10 p.m. Big Hero 6 (New) PG, 8 p.m. Annabelle R, 10 p.m. Annabelle R, 7 p.m. The Good Lie PG13, 9 p.m. Interstellar (New) PG13, 8 p.m. The Maze Runner PG13, 11 p.m. Big Hero 6 (New) PG, 6:30 p.m. This is Where I Leave You (LS) R, 8:30 p.m. A Walk Among the Tombstones (LS) R, 8 p.m. A Walk Among the Tombstones (LS) R, 7 p.m. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day PG, 7 p.m. This is Where I leave You (LS) R, 8 p.m. The Equalizer R, 7 p.m. Fury R, 7 p.m. The Good Lie PG13, 8 p.m. / THE MAZE RUNNER / ANNABELLE / THE GOOD LIE oddly enough, adventure. of a utopia with a totalitarian government involving some sort of dehumanization. The Maze Runner, follows young Thomas community of boys after his memory has been erased. The community, located in a large glade surrounded by a massively mysterious and primitive maze that screeches with danger past the twilight hours, survives only by banding together of the community roles is that of a maze runner; those who hastily scour the maze during the day, searching for a way out. The group struggles with many obstacles that threaten to tear the community apart or kill its frightened members (including the introduction of an attractive girl into an already fragile male reason behind the groups situation rather than their freedom. Avoiding one of my peeves as a movie fan, greenie director Wes Ball achieves a good amount of early character development, even with the lack of available background on a group of amnesia victims in a mysterious place in an unexplainable situation. Like many pre and post-teen movies, there is a gross amount of drama displayed in a few scenes, but it seems to be less distinct than normal, allowing you to somewhat appreciate the groups chaos in youth without distracting you from the story altogether. lack Avatar quality, but they are used sparingly and in carefully placed scenes up until the end -which Ill avoid going into detail on to avoid possible spoilers. The greatest mysteries of the maze are undisclosed in the end, leaving it wide open for So, while it couldnt escape all the bad clichs, if footsteps, I would be more tempted to include myself in their theater audience. Seats were full in the Downtown Lyceum for the premier of Annabelle, a prequel to the 2013 movie did its part in explaining the origin of the creepiest doll Ive ever seen, it seemed to lack creativity. requires every horror movie to have an old, creaky rocking chair. I was pleased the demon actually had a face, rather than an implied presence, but it was a bit PG-13 for my taste. I will say, however, that I spent the majority of the movie with chills, so I give Annabelle three stars. The Good Lie, is a touching refugees. Spending years in a told they will be relocated to America. The refugees have a life changing experience with an employment agency representative, changes their lives when one of their group is separated from them, and they have to deal with culture shock. Although adjusting to a new life can some of the opportunities we take for granted are grasped by these see, even if you dont make it to the theatre, look for it when it comes out later on dvd. Movie review by SGT. RICK HOPPE If youre not a big fan of the ever-so-popular and probably been holding off on seeing the newest you live on an island with limited access to a movie Movie review by PFC. ELIZABETH SMITH Movie review by SPC. MONIQUE QUINONES

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09 THE WIRE | www.jtfgtmo.southcom.mil/xWEBSITE/index.html Life & FITNESS Protein is essential. No matter what program youve chosen, you need protein in your life. Luckily, diet. The tricky part is making sure youre getting the right protein. Thankfully, its not a matter of good or bad protein. Some foods contain what is considered complete protein. Which simply means the protein all the essential amino acids your body needs. Other foods, like rice, beans or corn, are incomplete and must be paired together to ensure you are getting a complete protein. Protein plays a huge role in a strength training regimen. It helps repair your muscles after working is focusing on weight loss needs to take care of their muscle. Losing weight is obtained by producing calorie intake can cause the body to turn to not only fat, but also muscle for fuel. JTF dietitian, Cmdr. Donna M. Hunter, said taking more than the recommended allowance of protein will not help you build muscles faster. It could actually result in too much caloric intake. Complete proteins are most commonly found in animal products, so if you are a vegetarian or vegan not impossible though. Getting your protein through can get protein from low fat protein sources such as beans, lentils, and rice. Other examples include: soy-based sausage patties, veggie burgers or marinated tofu. Its better to get your protein from food, but supplements are another option. They can be perfectly safe as long as you do your research before hand. Always use well-known brands, take no more than the recommended serving size, and look for evidence of third party testing on the label. how much protein you need based on your age, gender, activity level and other factors. For any nutrition consultation, contact your base dietitian, Cmdr. Hunter ext. 7-2270. THE IMPORTANCE OF PROTIEN NOVEMBER 30, 1985 Balance is key! ARTICLE BY SPC. MONIQUE QUINONES To determine how much protein you need, try this: Divide your weight in pounds by 2.2 to get kilograms (kg). For example, a 150 lb. male would equal 68 kg. Endurance athletes need approximately 1.2 grams per kilograms (g/kg) per day. 68kg x 1.2g = about 82g protein Recommended Daily Allowance of protein plan: Less Active: 0.8 g/kg Endurance Athletes: 1.2-1.4 g/kg Strength Training: 1.2-1.7 g/kg INVISIBLE WOUNDS Veterans Day is a time to thank those who serve their country in the U.S. Military, both past and present. While its important to give thanks to these individuals, we also want to recognize Troopers who are still struggling with the mental tolls that may come from serving. After stressful military experiences, some individuals may develop symptoms such as nightmares, increased anger, feeling disconnected from others and painful memories. Many fear they will be considered weak, or abilities if they seek help. However, these symptoms are common human reactions to traumatic situations and often go away with time and support. If the symptoms do not go away, the individual may have Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD can be thought of as failure to heal; or something just got stuck in the recovery process. Seeking help not only demonstrates strength, but individual, the family, the unit and the intervention often leads to the best outcomes! Happy Veterans Day from your JSMART family. JSMART Monday Friday, 6 a.m. 5 p.m. Article by PETTY OFFICER 2ND CLASS ROBERT MCQUEEN phenomenon that happens only once every 76 years. Dr. Donald Hanna, director of the Pretlow Planetarium for Old Dominion University, was here to authenticate the sighting, and said that the base was one of the best places in North America from which to view the comet. More than 500 people gathered at Windmill Beach to watch the comet. Courtesy of STACEY BYINGTON JSMART SPOT JSMART HELPER: TITAN

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Volume 17 Issue 02 | November 7, 2014 | THE WIRE 10 BUS SCHEDULE CAMP 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 LYCEUM NEX EXP. BUS CAMP 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/:25 BEACH BUS WINDWARD LOOP / E. CARAVELLA SBOQ / MARINA NEX PHILLIPS PARK CABLE BEACH 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 SCHEDULE MONDAY 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 1600/1800/1900/2030/2300 TRANSPORTATION SCHEDULES *These services are conducted by Army or Navy chaplains ROMAN CATHOLIC PROTESTANT SERVICES PROTESTANT SERVICES Traditional* Contemporary* Gospel OTHER SERVICES Islamic Prayers 7th Day Adventist Latter Day Saints Pentacostal JTF Bible Study* New Christians Inquiry* (NAVSTA CHAPEL) Saturday* 1700 Sunday* 0900 Mon-Thurs* 1730 (JTF TROOPERS CHAPEL) Sunday* 0640 0900 1900 (NAVSTA CHAPEL) Sunday 0930 Sunday 1100 Sunday 1300 Friday 1315 Saturday 0900 Saturday 1100 Sunday 0900 Sunday 0800 Sunday 1700 Monday 2000 Wednesday 1900 Saturday 1900 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 RELIGIOUS SERVICES

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SUNSET LIGHTHOUSE, PHOTO SUBMITTED BY U.S. ARMY MAJ. LUIS R. LOPEZ JTF-GTMO / IG. FOR A CHANCE TO HAVE YOUR PHOTOS FEATURED IN THE PARTING SHOT, PLEASE SEND SUBMISSIONS TO: THEWIRE@JTFGTMO.SOUTHCOM.MILPhoto by Luis R. Lopez