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TOUCHING Gov. Bush signs milita
DI3 E Q From the Governor's Office

Museum Military
The Cummer Museum
of Art & Gardens is dedi-
cating its July Cafd Night
to the U.S. Armed Forces
tonight from 6 to 9 p.m.
Join museum members
tonight as they honor and
celebrate you, the men
and women that make the
U.S. military the best in the
Active military with valid
ID are admitted free. There
will be a patriotic theme to
accompany the event's
already festive atmos-
phere of food, drinks, art
and live music. Retirees,
families and friends are
invited to join in the festivi-
ties throughout the muse-
Guests are invited to
explore the beautiful his-
toric Cummer Gardens
and world-class galleries,
which will be open during
the event, including the
latest exhibition, Picturing
Jacksonville: 150 Years of
Photography, which cap-
tures the history and art of
photography on the First
Admission for retirees
and family members is
$6. For more information,
call 899-6025. The
Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens is located at 829
Riverside Ave.
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G ov. Jeb Bush continued his
commitment to Florida's
military personnel and vet-
erans recently by signing six bills
into law aimed at enhancing servic-
es for those who serve our country.
The governor was joined by Lt.
Gov. Toni Jennings, Senators Char-
lie Clary and Paula Dockery, Rep-
resentatives Will Kendrick, Joe
Negron and Stan Jordan, Maj. Gen.
Douglas Burnett, Adjutant Gen.,
Florida National Guard and Col.
Rocky McPherson, executive direc-
tor of the Department of Veterans
"Florida's military men and
women deserve our full support as
they courageously defend our free-
dom both at home and abroad,"
said Bush. "As these Floridians
honorably serve our nation in the
fight for democracy, the state's pri-
ority remains to support their
efforts and ensure their families
have the resources they need to
meet challenges while their loved
ones are away."
Bush was also joined at Tues-
day's event by Sen. Charles Clary,
Rep. Will Kendrick, Lt. Gen. John
Bradley, U.S. Air Force Reserve,
Maj. Gen. Jack Stultz Jr., U.S.
Army Reserve, Maj. Gen. Robert
Young, National Guard Bureau,
Brig. Gen. David Papak, U.S.
Marine Corps, Rear Adm. Wendy
Carpenter, U.S. Navy Reserve, and
members of the military as well as
veterans representing the major
military service organizations in

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Gov. Jeb Bush
"Florida's ongoing support for our
men and women in uniform and its
veterans is deeply appreciated.
Well before Sept. 11th, Bush and
our legislature undertook a broad
range of actions and legislative ini-
tiatives designed to support our
military members," said Burnett.
"Today's bills continue and broaden
Florida's commitment to its service
members and their families."
The governor signed the follow-
ing bills into law:
HB 0691 An act relating to the
Citizen Soldier Matching Grant
Program This measure, sponsored
by Rep. John Seiler of Pompano

iry support

Beach, creates the $1.8 million
Citizen Soldier Matching Grant
Program. The grant will serve
some 1,200 active duty soldiers,
reservists and Florida National
Guardsmen who have been activat-
ed, who have taken a leave of
absence from their private sector
jobs to serve their country. The
measure will help bridge the gap
between their private sector wages
and their military pay.
Private employers will be eligible
to apply for these grants through
the Agency for Workforce
Innovation. Currently the state
supplements pay for reservists and
Florida National Guardsmen who
have been activated and are
employed by state or local govern-
SB 0450 An act relating to
Unfair Insurance Practices This
legislation, sponsored by Sen.
Steven Geller of Hallandale Beach,
provides military personnel and
their families' protection from
motor vehicle insurance premium
increases or reinstatement fees for
new policies. Military families are
eligible for this protection if they
transfer out of the state as part of
their military service obligation
and were required to cancel their
policy due to the transfer. Active
military personnel are to be consid-
ered maintaining continuous cover-
age for purposes of determining
premium rates.
SB 0550 An act relating to
Property Tax Exemptions The pri-
mary effect of the bill is to extend
the current $5,000 homestead
property tax exemption for partial-

ly disabled veterans to their sur-
viving spouses. This is similar to
the full exemption currently avail-
able to the surviving spouses of
totally and permanently disabled
HB 0395 An act relating to
Recreational Licenses and Permits
- The measure, sponsored by Rep.
Will Kendrick of Carrabelle, cre-
ates a new annual military gold
sportsman's license for fishing and
hunting. Any Florida resident who
is either an active or retired mem-
ber of the United States Armed
Forces, the United States Armed
Forces Reserve, the National
Guard, the United States Coast
Guard or the United States Coast
Guard Reserve, with proper identi-
fication, is eligible to purchase this
annual license. The license will cost
$18.50 and includes hunting, fresh-
water and saltwater fishing per-
HB 0623 An act relating to
Former Military Vehicles This
measure, sponsored by Rep.
Kenneth Littlefield of Zephyrhills,
provides changes related to former
military vehicle requirements and
exemptions. The bill exempts vehi-
cles in this category from having to
be equipped with windshields, if
the Department of Highway Safety
and Motor Vehicles finds it neces-
sary for the vehicle to maintain its
accurate military design and mark-
ings. The bill also exempts vehicles
that are 30 years or older and are
being used only in exhibitions,
parades, or for public display, from


Vacation Bible
School coming
Registration for Vacation
Bible School (VBS) at the
NAS Jax Chapel is cur-
rently ongoing for all chil-
dren ages 5-12. VBS runs
July 25-29 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. in the Religious Edu-
cation Building 749. This
year's theme is "Kingdom
of the Son, A Prayer
There are 100 seats
available for the weeklong
class. For more informa-
tion on sign-ups or to vol-
unteer, call 542-3051.

Cycle to the Shore
St. Augustine to
Daytona Beach
Team Navy Jax is form-
ing and additional cyclists
are needed to participate
in the 19th annual MS 150
Bike Tour Sept. 17-18. This
is a non-profit fund-raising
event sponsored by the
PGA Tour for the National
Multiple Sclerosis Society.
This year's ride will take
cyclists from St. Augustine
to Daytona Beach, around
scenic areas along the
beautiful east coast of
North Florida. For further
information, call Miriam
Gallet at 635-1654.

Photo by JO1 Mike England
A handful of participants, including Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Annette E.
Brown (center) and Connie Sponsler, the training/audit coordinator of Battered Women's Justice
Project virtually looking down on the conference from the wall screen from her office in
Minnesota, regional commanding officers, command judge advocates and legal advisor, Navy
Fleet and Family Service Center directors, Family Advocacy Program officials, representatives of
the City of Jacksonville Military Affairs and Victims Services, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office,
Salvation Army and Hubbard House, are all smiles at the conclusion of the video teleconference
on Military/Civilian Coordinated Community Response on June 30.

Teleconference enables military, municipal

officials to meet with expert in Minnesota

By Corey Schultz
NAS Jacksonville Public Affairs

Domestic violence is such a grave is-
sue that no one person or agency -
should have to handle it alone.
That's why 25 members of military and
civilian agencies convened at NAS Jax June
30 to discuss a pending Memorandum of
Understanding (MOU) that will enable
them to launch a coordinated and effective
In attendance were the top leadership of
Navy Region Southeast, Rear Adm. Annette
Brown, NAS Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson and NS Mayport Commanding
Officer Capt. Charles King. Command judge
advocates and legal advisors, Fleet and
Family Service Center directors, Family
Advocacy Program officials and victim advo-
cates also represented the Navy. On the
civilian side, representatives of the City of
Jacksonville Military Affairs and Victims
Services, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (JSO),

Salvation Army and Hubbard House offered
their professional expertise.
The latest in video-teleconference technol-
ogy enabled Connie Sponsler, the training/
audit coordinator of Battered Women's Jus-
tice Project, to attend virtually, looking down
on the conference table from the wall screen
without leaving her office in Minnesota.
The Battered Women's Justice Project
works on the local, state, national, and
international levels to improve response and
accountability of community organizations
and governmental agencies engaged in the
response to domestic violence.
Domestic violence is a problem on all lev-
els of society, but it can be especially heart-
breaking to a military family, because,
according to the Lautenberg Amendment to
the Gun Control Law of 1968, anyone con-
victed of domestic assault is prohibited from
having or using firearms. This can be a
career-ender for a military member.


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Hy blI2(W) Hill Larned
Special Contributor
t's common knowledge many people enjoy a
variety of outdoor activities during the sum-
mertime. The extreme heat and moisture of
the summer and fall months can produce danger-
ous weather patterns that can be disruptive to
outdoor plans.
In 2004, 13 people in Florida lost their lives to
lightning strikes. Florida tops all other states for
lightning incidents. According to John Jensenius
at the National Weather Service, humans are not
always killed by lightning. Approximately 300
annual lightning-related injuries result in neuro-
logical, emotional and mental disorders. What is
surprising, Jensenius said, is that many people
become victims just before a storm ends. Experts
believe that the complacent feelings generated by
a partly cloudy sky betray cautious actions.
Jensenius emphasizes on the National Weather
Service Web site that summertime thunderstorms
should be respected by everyone until they com-
pletely leave a geographical area. However, light-
ning is fickle and can injure or kill people who
sprint outside for only a few seconds.
"Lightning," Jensenius insists, "can spread out
for 60 feet after making contact with the ground.
Factors such as soil conductivity and rainfall con-

See LIGHTNING, Rige 16

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Make education a top priority early in your career

Rick West
i U.S. Pacific Fleet Command
Master Chief
n the past it wasn't an
easy task to see where
you stand in obtaining a
higher education degree.
Hopefully, after you read
this article you will see just
how easy the Navy has
made it for you to map out
where you are and where
you need to go to complete a
Historically, when asking
a group at an "all hands
call" if they have advanced
education, you would see
very few hands being raised.
As of late when you ask the
same question to the same
group, you will have at least
half and maybe more that
will raise their hands.
A college education should
be the goal of every enlisted
Sailor whether you're
doing a one-enlistment com-
mitment or you're planning
on retiring, you will still
need a job after your time in
the Navy.
Though we are constantly
pushing to increase the
.standard and quality of life
for our Sailors, the standard
of living at the minimum-
wage level is tough.
For instance, an El right

FLTCM(SS/SW) Rick West
out of high school makes
$13,712.40 in annual base
pay. Their civilian counter-
part, a high-school graduate
working a full-time, mini-
mum-wage job makes
roughly $10,712 a year, and
the civilian has to pay rent,
medical and dental bills,
and doesn't get compensat-
ed for food costs or cost of
So, to continue life at the
level the Navy provides or
better, higher education
should be at the forefront of
your planning for the
I have heard so many
Sailors state that money for
college was a defining factor
in their decision to join the

military. Yet many of these
same Sailors often do not
complete a single class
while in the military and
simply waste time and
money after they get out of
the service completing a
Why not take advantage
of the money that the gov-
ernment has set aside for
you to take a college course?
What benefit is there in
using your GI Bill or Navy
College Fund for the courses
you could have completed
through Tuition Assistance
or credit by exam when you
can save that money for a
higher goal?
Perhaps you are thinking
you joined the military
because college wasn't for
you. But sometimes you
need to make concessions
for your family and lifestyle.
College takes time and
effort, but the rewards
greatly outweigh the costs.
People have said to me,
"Master chief, I'm in Hawaii
- I don't want to sit in a
classroom when I could be
at the beach. I'll work on it
later." And, predictably, later
never comes. More than
ever, today's colleges are
willing to work with the
working adult.
From the boom in dis-

tance learning programs
and classes to schools that
accept work experience for
credit and require no classes
to be taken with the school,
colleges are more accessible
than ever.
I know you have all heard
of the many ways to work on
your degree attending
courses at schools or on
base, via distance learning,
NCPACE, credit by exam,
credit for experience, etc.
So, I am not going to
review the programs the
military has for you to work
on an education. Instead,
I'm going to present you a
challenge. I want each and
every one of you to take one
step in working on your
You could do something as
simple as having your
Sailor/Marine American
Registry Transcript) tran-
script evaluated by a school
to see exactly what you need
to complete your degree -
you could be very surprised
with how many credits you
already have. Or you could
take the plunge and get
your tuition assistance form
filled out and start your first
class. Or you could sign up



Home decorating is easier when spouses are deployed

By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
F amous last words of a
man whose wife is
rearranging furniture:
"I'm only moving this heavy
dresser once.", '
In a perfect world wives
wouldn't include their hus-
bands in the home decorat-
ing process at all. We'd do
-the rearranging, painting
and nailing 32 holes in the
wall while our better halves
are on deployment, at work,
or enjoying a football game
at the local bar.
But this isn't a perfect
world. There are 350-pound
'dressers that need to be
'moved from this wall to
that... and then back
again...before we are satis-
fied. And who can move that
much weight by them-
The heavy furniture
Dustin swore last Friday
night he would only "move
once" was our sons' solid
wood, eight-drawer dresser.
For the last two and a half
years it's been sitting
against the north wall of
Ford and Owen's room.
' But when the UPS man
delivered Owen's new tod-
dler bed at 7 p.m., I decided
it needed to be put together
and the room rearranged

"right now!" and that
involved moving the mas-
sive dresser from the north
to the east.
Dustin stood on the
driveway, with the assem-
bly-required toddler bed in
pieces at his feet, and asked,
"Can't this wait until tomor-
And I said, "No, but it
won't take long. Really, this
is going to be easy."
So the sun went down
and the mosquitoes began
their ambush while Owen's
new bed was constructed on
the driveway. In all honesty,
it did seem easy to start, but
perhaps I was disillusioned
by the fact that previously I
had only assembled chil-
dren's furniture while
Dustin was deployed. I did-
n't account for how the diffi-
culty rating increases based
on whether or not your
spouse is helping you.
One hour later, after the
dog had buried a screw and
Owen played "find the miss-
ing instruction book" with
us, a pint-sized bed was
erected on our driveway.
Except, don't go congratu-
lating Dustin.
Before we had completed
step number one, I shooed
him away with typical mili-
tary-wife spunk, saying
something like, "Oh, just let

me do it; I did all this when
you were gone anyway." And
then I got my neighbor
Betty to help.
But I did still need
Dustin to move the bed into
the boys' room.
"Don't worry," I said. "I
know exactly where this is
"We don't need to move
any furniture," he asked.
How could I have fore-
seen that Owen's new bed
was larger than I thought,
and first we'd have to take
down the crib, turn Ford's
bed and move the dresser
before it could fit?
"It's easy; all we have to
do is move the dresser over
there, and Ford's bed here," I
Dustin was skeptical.
"OK, but I'm only doing this
once," he said.
So, we rearranged all the
furniture and toys, until the
boys didn't recognize their
room. And I read them a
bedtime story while Dustin
put the crib in the attic.
All was good. My endeav-
or was a success.
And then Ford said from
beneath his covers, "I think
I liked my room the way it
was before."
Ford is my sleeper. He's
the one who voluntarily

goes to bed and sleeps until
morning. I wasn't going to
mess with perfection. So as
soon as he started to cry
and said he couldn't sleep
the way the room was now, I
began moving furniture
It took Dustin a moment
to notice when he came back
down from the attic and into
the boys' room, but after a
minute's hesitation, he real-
ized everything was exactly
the way it used to
be....except for the 350-
pound dresser, which I
couldn't move by myself.
"I told you I was only
moving that once," he said, a
hint of defeat in his voice.
"I know, honey," I said.
"But how could I have
known? And Ford started to
cry...and he's such a good
sleeper...and I'd really
appreciate it... and you're so
strong...and I need your
So we moved the dresser.
And Ford went to sleep
happy. And Owen likes his
new bed. And Dustin felt
Now, how do I tell him I'd
like to move our 500-pound
baby grand piano next?

Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarahsmi-

MEET Q I 5 O. .

Job title/command:
Air Operations

Hometown: Greensboro,

Family Life: Married with two kids.

Past Duty Stations: USS Roosevelt (CVN
71), NATTC Pensacola

Career Plans: To complete my education.

Most Interesting Experience: Watching
the world from the top of the mast of a carrier
at sea.

Words of Wisdom: Always keep trying!

A& r E" .


Job title/command:
ff-Computer Specialist

Hometown: Jacksonville

Family Life: I have two daughters
and seven grandchildren.

Past Duty Stations: Moved many times as
a Navy wife Millington, Tenn.; Lemoore, Calif.;
Barking Sands, Kauai, Hawaii.

Career Plans: I have enough time in to
retire and travel and will have to set a date one
of these days.

Most Interesting Experience: Living in
Hawaii for three years on the beach.

Words of Wisdom: Live life to the fullest.

Vacation at a Navy Lodge
till thinking about your summer vacation plans?
Don't forget the Navy Lodge has locations atmany
vacation destinations.
"Staying at the Navy Lodge also offers the convenience of
being near all the base amenities," said Donato Nosce, NAS
Jax Navy Lodge manager. "You can visit the Navy
Exchange for summer items. The Information, Ticket and
Tour office also has discounted tickets for area attractions.
At NAS Jax we have an indoor and outdoor pool, fitness
center, marina with water sports and golf."
Navy Lodges are on average 40 percent less expensive
than comparable civilian accommodations, but still have all
the same amenities. Every guest room is oversized with air
conditioning, cable TV, VCR, direct dial telephone service
and a kitchenette with a microwave and utensils. You'll also
have housekeeping service, video rental service, laundry
facilities, non-smoking rooms and handicapped accessibility.
To make reservations or to receive a Navy Lodge directo-
ry, call 1-800-NAVY-INN, 24 hours a day, seven days a week
or go online to Once you make a
reservation, you cannot be bumped from your room.
Reservation and room assignments are accepted on an as-
received basis without regard to rank.


Hey, MoneyMan:
A few months ago an
investment planner came to
my home and convinced me
to purchase afong-term
plan where I put in $200
per month for 15 years.
This plan charges very high
first year fees.
SI have looked around and
found other plans that I
feel better fit my needs. I
'would like to get out of this
contract, but I am afraid I
will lose all of the money I
have invested so far. Do
ypu have any suggestions?
MoneyMan Sez:
Investing money each
n:month is a great way to
:build a nest egg! However,
not all plans are the same
and some are very, very
expensive. Most mutual
fund companies will allow
you to make monthly
investments and many of
Them charge no front-end
Most of the time these
funds perform as well, if
*not better, than those who
charge creation and sales
'charges up-front. If you
decide to cancel your plan, should get most of your

money back.
Within 60 days after your
first payment, you should
have received a notice of
your cancellation rights.
You can cancel the plan
within 45 days of the mail-
ing of that notice and you
will receive a refund equal
to the current value of your
investment plus 100 per-
cent of the sales and cre-
ation charges you paid. If
you have been in the plan
for more than 45 days, you
still have "18 month cancel-
lation rights."
If you choose to cancel
the plan after the 45 days,
but prior to 18 months, you
will receive a cash refund
equal to the current value
of your investment and the
amount of sales and cre-
ation charge you paid that
exceeds 15 percent of the
total investments you have
If you cancel the plan
after 18 months, you will
not be entitled to a refund
of the creation or sales
charges, but you still
should get the full current
value of your investment.
If you want to cancel

your plan, contact your
investment planner imme-
diately and ask him to
explain the cancellation
procedures. If you are not
satisfied with his answers,
contact the Navy Legal
Service Office or ask your

command legal officer to
help. Still have questions?
Call "Hey, MoneyMan" at

More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.


You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-10:45
a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

i, i, ; '

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
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Jax Irf NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 14, 2005

VP-45 leaves

Jax for world


By Lt. j.g. Dennis Smith

A after a busy 18-
month homecycle,
the "Pelicans" of VP-
45 have packed their bags
and deployed operational-
On May 26, squadron
members began departing
NAS Jacksonville for a
scheduled six-month
deployment to multiple
sites in support of the glob-
al war on terrorism.
The Pelicans primary
deployment location is the
Fifth Fleet area of respon-
sibility (AOR) in Bahrain,
a small island emirate off
the coast of Saudi Arabia
in the Persian Gulf. VP-45
also maintains a substan-
tial presence in the
Seventh Fleet AOR, at
Misawa and Kadena Air
Bases in Japan.
As loved ones waved
good-bye with tears in
their eyes, one might
assume this deployment
was no different than pre-
vious ones. In fact, this

deployment is different in
many ways than any other
in the squadron's rich his-
Unlike their 2003-2004
deployment where person-
nel were located at a cen-
tral hub in Sigonella, Italy,
the squadron is now dis-
persed across seven time
zones, including sites in
Africa and Afghanistan.
It will not be uncommon
for squadron members to
go the entire six months
without seeing many of
their shipmates.
VP-45 is the first
Jacksonville based P-3
squadron to deploy to the
Fifth Fleet AOR in the
post-Vietnam era.
Traditionally, only west
coast squadrons deployed
to this operational area,
but due to the increased
demand for the P-3's capa-
bilities, deployment struc-
turing has changed and VP
squadrons on both coasts
are now required to be-
available for deployment
anywhere in the world.

Photo courtesy of VP-45
VP-45 crewmembers gather in front of the last P-3 to depart Jacksonville June 6 for a six-month worldwide deployment.

This change in direction
has given the "Pelicans" an
opportunity to directly
support the Operations
Iraqi and Enduring
Freedom as well as the
global war on terrorism in
the Fifth Fleet AOR.
The squadron's 12 com-
bat aircrews will be per-
forming a vast array of
missions, ranging from
intelligence, surveillance
and reconnaissance (ISR)
to the more traditional
anti-submarine warfare.
The squadron, led by
Commanding Officer
Cmdr. Bill Zirzow, didn't

miss a beat upon arrival
into the deployment the-
aters, and immediately
stepped into a heavy
schedule of real world and
multi-national exercise
events. Using the P-3's
significant ISR capability,
VP-45's primary mission in
Fifth Fleet is to support
Operations Iraqi and
Enduring Freedom.
Aircrews have flown
multiple counter-insur-
gency missions paving the
way for a more stable Iraq.
Other crews are aggres-
sively engaged in monitor-
ing known smuggling lanes

and surface vessel activity
in the Indian Ocean and
Horn of Africa region.
Many time zones away,
another "Pelican" aircrew
participates in Australia's
Talisman Saber multi-
national exercise. Zirzow
stated, "This is a critical
time in our nation's history
and in the global war on
terrorism. I couldn't be
more proud of the way the
Pelicans prepared for this
deployment and quickly
stepped up and answered
the call."
With a dynamic and
demanding schedule for

the next six months, this
deployment will likely go
by quickly.
As family, friends and
loved ones eagerly await
their return in December,
the Pelicans will take
advantage of available
technology such as email,
Web cams and instant
messaging to keep in
In the meantime,
squadron personnel will
continue doing their part
to support national objec-
tives and make the world a
safer place.

Cochran retires after more than two decades of service

By Miriam S. Gallet
Kathy Cochran, a
native of Tampa, will
retire tomorrow after more
than two decades of non-tra-
ditional, barrier-breaking
service. She leaves behind a
legacy of all that is possible
for a woman to achieve in
today's Navy.
Enlisting in the Navy in
November 1979, Cochran
completed basic training at
Recruit Training Command
in Orlando and immediately
reported to NS Mayport
where she was assigned to
Port Services as non-desig-
nated seaman recruit on
board tugs.
Today, as she reflects
back, she recalls her first
assignment and NS
Mayport's piers, the home of
many ships and said, "Being
stationed on an aircraft car-
rier had been my dream
Since my first duty station
at NS Mayport in 1980. I
remember seeing USS
Forrestal (CVA 59) for the
first time and thinking
someday I want to drive an
aircraft carrier and I did."
Determined to fulfill her
dreams, she worked hard
and memorized every
square inch of the tugs like
if they were the palms of
her hands. In 1981, she
attended Quartermaster
(QM) "A" school, where she
was advanced to third class
petty officer.
She quickly learned the
art of negotiation when she
convinced the QM detailer
to issue her a set of orders
to USS Yosemite (AD-19).
Reporting on board
Yosemite as a second class
petty officer gave her an
edge that launched her dis-

Kathy Cochran
tinguished career at sea.
In 1983, Cochran wanted
to try something new and
joined a Naval Reserve Unit
at NAS Jax.
However, she missed the
camaraderie and thrill of
being out at sea and
returned to active duty in
1987 embarking on a series
of back-to-back sea tours
aboard USS Yosemite (AD
19), USS Shenandoah (AD
44) and USS Canopus (AS
34), where she qualified as
an enlisted surface warfare
Taking a break from the
sea that she loved, in 1994,
Cochran,reported to the
Bureau of Naval Personnel
in Washington, D.C., as the
QM detailer and was pro-
moted to chief petty officer.
In 1997, she returned to
sea aboard USS Enterprise
(CVN 65), where she was
advanced to senior chief
petty officer. For this seafar-
ing woman, this assignment
was her most memorable
experience of her Navy
"Getting orders to
Enterprise was the icing on

the cake," Cochran said. "I
will never forget it. It was
my dreams come true.
Everything I had worked for
was manifesting right
before my eyes."
Her sea tours continued
as she embarked onboard
USS Harry S. Truman (CVN
75) as the leading chief
petty officer for the naviga-
tion division and advanced
to master chief petty officer
and earned her enlisted air
warfare specialist qualifica-
Reaching the rank of E9
was a big milestone for
Cochran who credits her
moba and son for her suc-
cess. "I credit my success to
my mom. She supported my
dad for 30 years as an Air
Force wife and has support-
ed me for 26 years, as a
Navy mom," she continued.
While at sea, Cochran
realized the need to continu-
ously expand and reexam-
ine the Navy's equal oppor-
tunity policies and volun-
teered to attend the Defense
Equal Opportunity
Management Institute,
Patrick AFB, Fla. in May
After graduation, she
reported to the NAS
Jacksonville-based head-
quarters of Commander,
Navy Region Southeast
(CNRSE) as the equal
opportunity advisor, where
she has served until now.
"It has been a pleasure
having Mapter Chief
Cochran be part of the
CNRSE Executive
Department. Her vast
knowledge of naval equal
opportunity programs and
policies coupled with her
vision and diversity, has
proved invaluable in assist-
ing the region in fulfilling
and going beyond the estab-

lished Navy's EEO vision,"
said Commander, Navy
Region Southeast Annette
E. Brown.
"Master Chief Cochran
served our country in a
manner that has been in
keeping with the highest
standards and traditions of
the Navy. My only regret is
that I will not be able to
participate in the ceremony.
However, the entire CNRSE
family wishes her 'fair
winds and following seas,'"
she continued.
Since reporting to the
Southeast Region, Cochran
has faced many challenges
and seen many changes.
"The Region is challenged
daily with high impact
issues that can in no way be
summed up by a few words,"
she remarked. "I had never
worked on staff duty before
and I've been fortunate to
work with some of the most

intelligent fleet officers and
program directors in the
Navy. As a team, CNRSE is
working towards maximiz-
ing efficiency while main-
taining warfighter readiness
"Equally important to the
region are the young
Sailors. As the regional
equal opportunity advisor,
master chief and quarter-
master, I would like to tell
all Sailors, from the shores
of Key West to the hill coun-
try in Texas, that no one can
take your will to succeed
away from you," Cochran
"If you can dream it, you
can do it. Today's Navy pro-
vides everyone the tools nec-
essary to be successful and
it doesn't matter if you stay
for four or go for 30. If you
want it bad enough, you will
succeed against any odds or
personal issues," she said.

"The Navy is changing for
the better," Cochran said.
"In 1979, I was told I might
not ever serve on board a
ship because there were so
few that could accommodate
women. However, I was
determined and my deter-
mination and love for the
Navy allowed me to serve on
five different ships, one of
them twice, and let's not for-
get, I drove a carrier," she
added, with pride and a big
Cochran will be relocating
to Orlando, Fla. to be closer
to her 84-year-old mother.
"It is my turn to help her
in her later years. Also, I
want to be there, totally
present, for my 16-year-old
son, Frankie, who will be a
junior at Olympia High
School this year and then to
college. The rest is in the
Lord's hands," she conclud-

EDUCATION: The key to success in the Navy

From Page 2

for a CLEP exam and see exactly how easy
it is to acquire credits all it takes is some
study time and a couple hours for an exam.
Can you read and interpret a poem or a
literature passage? Try Analyzing and
Interpreting Literature for six credits. Do
you come from a Spanish-speaking home?
Try the Spanish language exam for up to 12
credits. Have you worked as a DAPA? Give
the 'Drug and Alcohol DSST a go.
I know individuals whose life experience
was so great and varied, they only needed to
review the topics to pass and get credit from
many of the exams available.
I really want you to take on my challenge
- take that first step toward your degree -
regardless of what your plans are for after
the Navy. There is no reason you, too, can-
not get your degree like so many of your
shipmates have, without hassle, to help
secure your place in an increasingly compet-
itive job market.
You might be surprised how easy it is, and
how much you enjoy it, once you begin.
Now with the above said Fm going to tell

you just how easy it is to evaluate where
you're at on the education road map. First
log onto Navy Knowledge Online (NKO)
and under the Learning tab click on
SMART transcript.
This will take you to the SMART tran-
script page and should show you the cours-
es you have attended. That is a great start
but the Navy has taken this capability a lit-
tle further by adding a link called
Sailor/Marine On-Line Academic Advisor or
(SMOLAA) this link will allow you to see
the colleges that have partnered with the
Once your to this area it's a click away
from knowing how those Navy and Civilian
courses you've previously taken counts
towards a higher degree. You will be sur-
prised at how easy this is and how close you
are to earning a degree.
I was able to log on and find the map in
under two minutes only two minutes of
your day.
Hope this helps ... I know you're working
hard and have PQS, maintenance and qual-
ifications to complete, but I also know if you
want this bad enough, it will happen.

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Photo by James Brooks
NAS Key West control tower and airfield personnel board a U.S. Navy C-40A Clipper,
assigned to the "Sunseekers" of VR-58, during evacuation of the air station Friday. The C-
40A aircraft was the last aircraft to depart NAS Key West prior to Hurricane Dennis'
arrival. Dennis, a Category 4 hurricane, passed through Key West Saturday morning.

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of charge
Enrique Cruz
HSO Acting PAO
Capt. David Miller re-
lieved Capt. Law-
rence Walters as the
officer in charge, Naval
Healthcare Support Office,
Jacksonville at a change of
charge ceremony, July 1 at
the NAS Jax pavilion.
Upon completion of the
change of charge ceremony,
Walters subsequently re-
tired after 37 years of serv-
Miller was born in
Marshall, Minn. and enlist-
ed in the Navy in April
1975. After attending
Hospital Corps "A" School
in San Diego and Field
Medical Service School at
Marine Corps Base, Camp
Pendleton, he was assigned
to duty with the Fleet
Marine Force in Okinawa,
Japan and Marine Corps
Air Station, El Toro, Calif.
He was honorably dis-
charged as a second class
petty officer in 1979.
Returning to his home state
of Minnesota, he earned a
I Bachelor of Science in
Healthcare Administration
in 1982 from Southwest
Minnesota State Univer-
sity. Commissioned an
ensign, Medical Service
Corps in April 1982, he
completed a MBA in
Healthcare Administration
at:National University, San
Diego in January 1985.
Miller served at the
Naval Regional Medical
Center, San Diego as ad-
ministrative officer for the
Director of Medical Servi-
ces and assistant head,

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Capt. David Miller
Materiel Management De-
partment. During this tour,
he attended the Financial
and Materiel Management
Training Course, Bethesda,
Md. His next assignment
was as head, Materiel Man-
agement Department, Na-
val Hospital, Guam, from
1984 through 1986. In
1986, he was assigned to
the Naval Medical Com-
mand Northeast Region,
Great Lakes, Ill. as head,
Materiel Management
Department. Upon comple-
tion of this assignment, he
was selected for the Navy's
Personnel Exchange Pro-
gram becoming the first
Medical Service Corps offi-
cer assigned to exchange
duty with the Royal
Australian Navy. He then
served as head, Health
Plans and Materiel for the
Royal Australian Navy in
Canberra, Australia from
1990 through 1992.
In 1992, he was as-
signed to the Naval Medical
Center, Portsmouth, Va. as
contracting officer and
materials division officer,
until June 1993. He was
then appointed head, Pa-
tient Relations Department
upon initiation of the TRI-
CARE demonstration proj-
ect in the Tidewater area.
In August 1994, he was
assigned as the director for
administration, Fleet Hos-
pital five, which then de-
ployed to Zagreb, Croatia as
a component of the United
Nations Protection Force
and Joint Task Force Pro-
vide Promise (Forward).
Following this deploy-
ment, he completed a one-
year Managed Care Fel-
lowship while assigned to

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Capt. Lawrence Walters
TRICARE Mid-Atlantic
Region two. In 1996, upon
completion of this training,
he was assigned to the
National Naval Medical
Center, Bethesda, Md.
where he served as head,
TRICARE Plans and
Operations Department
and Associate Director for
Managed Care.
In July 1998, Miller
joined the staff of the
Assistant Secretary of
Defense (Health Affairs) as
deputy program manager,
Defense Medical Logistics
Standard Support Program.
In May 2000, he was
assigned additional duties
as director, Joint Medical
Logistics Functional Devel-
opment Center, Fort De-
trick, Md. In June 2001, he
was assigned as the direc-
tor for administration,
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville and executive officer,
Fleet Hospital Jacksonville,
Jacksonville. Since May
62003, Miller has been as-
signed to the Navy Person-
nel Command, Millington,
Tenn. as the senior health
care administration assign-
ment officer. He is board
certified in healthcare
administration and a Fel-
low of the American College
of Healthcare Executives.
Miller is also a graduate of
the Defense Systems Man-
agement College, Fort Bel-
voir, Va.
Miller and his wife,
Connie have two sons, Ja-
son, a 2005 Graduate of
Southwest Minnesota State
University and Gregory, a
sophomore at Southwest
Minnesota State Univer-

Photo by PH2(AW) Susan Cornell
Members of Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit Two Zero Two, formally
Construction Battalion Unit Four One Zero, remove the unit's old name and logo to
replace it with the commands new name June 21. The old logo will be displayed in the
Seabee museum located at Port Hueneme, Calif.

Naval Hospital Jax to hold town

meeting July 20

Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Quarterly Town Hall Meeting will be
held July 20 at 2 p.m. in the hospital's Second Floor Conference
Room. The Town Hall Meeting is an opportunity for hospital staff to
update patients on military health care and to receive comments
and suggestions. Anyone eligible for military health care is invited
to attend. For information, call Naval Hospital Jacksonville
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By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Special Contributor
C Sl (SW/AW/SCW) Patrick Campbell has served in
the Navy for 17 years and has worked in numerous
Navy dining facilities, but the new variety of menu
choices available at the NAS Jax Galleon Galley are a
first for him.
"You're just not going to find another command with the
same savory selections we've added," he said, with a smile.
Campbell, the galley's captain, was referring to the recent
changes and additions the galley made. Sailors are no
longer limited to a main line and a hamburger and hot
dog line. Now they have such choices as a sub station, piz-
zas made-to-order and "wings-and-things."
In the sub line, adjacent to the salad bar, culinary spe-
cialists assemble generously sized subs-to-order with sev-
eral choices of delicatessen fresh meats. Culinary special-
ists (CS) can top them off with multiple vegetable top-
pings, includ-
ing lettuce,
onions, toma-
toes and pep-
pers. Tangy
sauces com-
plete a 12-
inch sandwich
that won't
leave anyone
Si hungry and
A Sailors are
giving it two
.thumbs up.
The "Wings
and Things"
CS3 Dominic Galloway (left) and CS2(SW) station is a
Linda Ostler prepare oatmeal cookies and new selection
cinnamon rolls in the bake shop. for the cus-
tomer craving fiery food. Choosing Buffalo wings for lunch
won't be easy due to the sheer number of choices. Several
flavors of wings, covered with a choice of smoking hot,
chipotle, hot mustard, or Cajun ranch sauce, are devoured
Monday,through Friday.
The new and improved burger and hot dog fast-lines
continue to be popular choices. The burgers are made to
orderand they are a far cry from the typical frozen beef
patties thrown on a grill. Galley personnel prepare juicy
quarter-pound burgers with toppings that include bacon
or cheese. Mile-long hot dogs are also available.
Traditional hot meals are still served, including fish,
beef, pork, pasta and chicken dishes. Hot vegetables or
selections from the well-stocked salad bar add robust fla-
vor and nutrition to a meal.
Sailors are no longer limited to the commercial pizza
delivery business. The NAS Jax Galleon Galley has
become a new player in this fast-food arena.
The galley produces fresh-baked pizzas that are avail-
able with a variety of toppings. Calling three hours in
advance ensures a hot pizza will be ready on time for pick-
-- Another unique galley offering is the specially prepared
birthday meal. It's comforting for Sailors hundreds of
miles from home to experience a special treat when their
birthdays arrive. Every last Wednesday of the month, any-
one with a birthday falling within the month can enjoy
special VIP treatment, including a T-bone steak cooked to
order, lobster or shrimp, a generous serving of birthday
cake and plenty of camaraderie.
Birthday cakes are just one of the many items industri-
ous Navy master bakers arrive at 4 a.m. each day to pre-
pare. Retirement and change of command cakes are also
popular. Master bakers CS2(SW) Linda Ostler and CS3
Dominic Galloway hustle each morning creating works of
culinary art that include dinner and cinnamon rolls and
oatmeal raisin cookies. Commands requiring official cakes
need to call a week in advance to reserve them.
Dessert ranges from fresh fruit, to pie and cake. New
self-serve soft ice cream machines dispense frosty treats
available in strawberry and vanilla. "I enjoy the chunks of

Fresh fruits are offered daily to the hungry Sailors who eat at The Galleon.

AMAN Hung Fong from the Center for Naval Aviation Techni-
cal Training Unit, pays cashier CS3 Ben Armbruster for his
lunch at The Galleon.
strawberries in the ice cream. It tastes and looks home-
made" said AMAN Brandon Violette of the Center for
Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Jax (CNATTU).
AMAN Julie Burney, also from CNATTU, agreed. "The ice
cream seems more natural and isn't as fattening as most
desserts are" she said.
According to CSC(SW) Ken Howard, one of the leading
chief petty officers (LCPOs) assigned to the galley, the
changes were the result of feedback. Sailors posted their
opinions in the suggestion box and he listened. "That's
what we're here for, to give Sailors what they want. Lunch

For some Sailors, the diverse variety at the salad bar is reason
enough to come for lunch.
is $3.50and you get a sub made to order, or a hot meal, in
addition to soup, a full salad bar and ice cream for des-



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CSSN Anthony Cartwright from VP-16 receives a sub sandwich at the deli bar from CS2(SW) Linda Ostler.


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laxAir NeW, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 14, 2005 7

CS2(SW) Kyle Ross (left) instructs CS3(SW) Cornelius Ruth in
vegetable preparation.

(Above) CS3(SW) Cor- ,
nelius Ruth prepares a O M,.
quarter-pound bacon
cheeseburger. "Unlike
McDonald's, you can
come back for seconds
at our galley," he said.

(At right) On the night
of June 28, CSSN Josh
Statten (left) and CS3 .
Matthew Broderick ".f'
hoist half of a 162- 4 \
pound pig on a grill to
be charcoal roasted for
hungry Sailors.

THE GALLEON: Lunch traffic nearly doubled with new menu

CS1(SW/AW) Norman Cedric removes flour from a storage
room for use in the bake shop.

From Page 6

sert," explained Howard. "You're just
not going to find that kind of value at
a fast food place on base. They're not
going to let you just walk up and ask
for second helpings, either," he said,
Even after all the daily traffic has
come and gone, the tables and floors
swept and washed, the galley still
roars with activity. Boxed meals need
to be prepared nightly for the
squadrons on the base.

Every week, 300 meals are made for
squadron personnel and watch-
standers. People requiring boxed
meals need to place an order three
hours before pick-up.
Campbell said that after the new
meal choices became known, the
number of lunch customers soared
from 150 to 260 people. According to
the NAS Jax Galley Leading Chief
Petty Officer CSCS(SW) Allen
Johnson, total daily traffic through
the facility is more than 800 cus-
tomers. Howard and Johnson are

always looking and finding ways how
to make an already great galley even
better. "I believe today's Sailor wants
his or her meal on the go, and that's
another reason we've added galley
meal choices," explained Howard.
"Ordering a pizza, a boxed lunch or a
sub sandwich allows the customer to
drop by, pick up what they need and
carry on with business," he concluded.
Breakfast at the galley is 6-7:30 a.m.;
lunch is 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and supper
is 4:30 to 6 p.m. For a galley menu or
to place an order, call 542-3854.

8 JaAIr lNeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 14, 2005

Fire chief helps Hawaiian fire department gain reaccreditation

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer

As a team leader of the
Commis-sion on Fire
International (CFAI) Peer
Assessment Team, NAS Jax
Station Fire Chief David
Lainer has offered his assis-
tance to numerous fire
departments across the
country to help them meet
the standard of excellence to
become accredited though
this prestigious organiza-
He recently spent a week
in Honolulu, Hawaii on a
team that analyzed all oper-
ational aspects of the
Honolulu Fire Department
to determine whether or not
they would be recommended
for reaccreditation.
"This was my eighth trip
as a member of a CFAI
team. Once your depart-
ment becomes an accredited
agency, members of the sta-
tion are asked to support
the program by becoming
peer assessors. We are
specifically trained for this.
Currently, there are three of
us from NAS Jax, Fire Chief
Randy Hall, Station Fire
Chief James Gray and
myself," said Lanier. "The
trip to Hawaii was great,
although we worked 12 to
18 hours a day. It usually
takes a fire department a
little more than two years to

collect their data and write
their documents for accredi-
tation. We go in and spend
five days doing what they've
done for the past couple
years. It's a lot of work."
Lanier, a member of the
NAS Jax Fire Department
for the past 16 years volun-
teered to be part of this
team after the base fire
department earned their
accreditation in 1999. Last
year, the station became the
only Navy fire department
to earn this endorsement a
second time.
"The CFAI teams are
made up of volunteers com-
prised of fire officers, city
managers, college profes-
sors, etc. After training,
team members volunteer to
visit different fire stations
working on their accredita-
tion," continued Lanier.
"Each team has a team
leader who oversees the
visit and will continue to
guide the station for the
next five years. I currently
have three fire stations that
I am overseeing. They are
required to send me an
annual compliance report to
ensure they are maintaining
their standards."
Fire departments are
reaccredited every five
years. Accreditation is based
on a variety of categories
such as assessment plan-
ning, goals and objectives,
financial resources, emer-

Photo courtesy of the Honolulu Fire Department
NAS Jax Station Fire Station David Lanier (front) and Commissioner of the Commission on
Fire Accreditation International Tom Wieczorek are transported to one of the Hawaiian fire
stations during their recent site visit to reaccredit the Honolulu Fire Department.

agency management disaster
planning, human resources,
communications and train-
ing programs.
"The Honolulu Fire
Department is considered a
metro station and is the
24th largest in the country.
They have 42 fire stations
within their department
and about 1,200 members.
Our job as peer assessors
was to go in and evaluate
whether or not their assess-

ment of themselves was
accurate and verify all their
data and make a recommen-
dation," explained Lanier.
According to Lanier, there
are three recommendations
the team can make. The
first is to recommend
accreditation or reaccredita-
tion. The second is to defer
the accreditation until the
department fixes some prob-
lems and the last is to deny
accreditation because their

standards do not meet the
requirements. "After a week
in Hawaii, we decided to
recommend the department
for reaccreditation," Lanier
said enthusiastically.
The CFAI teams visit both
civilian and Department of
Defense (DoD) fire depart-
ments. "There are some sig-
nificant differences between
the DoD and civilian fire
departments. On a DoD
installation, the fire depart-

ment has a lot more author-
ity to dictate what happens
in housing areas. For
instance, any maintenance
done that could involve a
fire hazard has to be
approved by the fire depart-
ment. That doesn't happen
in the civilian sector. They
also don't have the authori-
ty to go in and inspect
homes like we do," Lanier
"On the other hand, civil-
ian fire departments can get
grants for funding opera-
tions that the federal side
can't. Another big difference
is their regulations aren't as
regiment as ours. We are
governed by a higher
authority and have to follow
certain rules. In a civilian
department, they create
their own rules which are
approved by their munici-
palities," he continued.
Although the task may be
difficult and the hours are
long, Lanier is thrilled to be
part of the team. "Being on
the assessment team is a
great opportunity. It's good
for us to be able to travel to
different departments and
see how other stations func-
tion. I think all of us on the
different teams go back and
apply the ideas to our own
departments. There are
always better ways of doing
things. It enhances the fire
services worldwide," con-
cluded Lanier.

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benefits that "cost wise
readiness" can produce,
Aircraft Intermediate
Mainten-ance Detachment
(AIMD) Jacksonville along
with Aircraft Support
Detachment (ASD)
Jacksonville has willingly
accepted the challenges of
implementing enterprise
airspeed's objective. This
joint venture is aimed at
improving the process
flows between the two
Several value stream
analyses were performed
on every division through-
out AIMD and ASD dur-
ing the month of May, to
capture the possibilities
for process improvement.
Value stream ana-lysis
is a structured improve-
ment ap-proach to identify
opportunities for change
to the affected department
and also paves the way for
future and ideal state
plans. AIMD and ASD
have just recently gone

through the groundbreak-
ing phase of continuous
improvement by physical-
ly doing ra-pid improve-
ment events in their
respective departments.
Rapid improvement
events are incremental
improvements to a partic-
ular process. For AIMD,
power plants division was
first in line to receive the
full attention of a rapid
improvement event. Their
goal was to realign several
work centers in order to
improve process flow of
the T-56 engine. Power
plants would also like to
reduce travel, teardown
and buildup time by 25
percent. To achieve these
goals, walls literally had
to come down.
"This process will defi-
nitely improve component
flow through the shops
and build a team orientat-
ed atmosphere," said AD2
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unit (JASU). JASU will
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time, which will help
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Pakistani aviators promoted

at VP-30

Photo by Lt. Kimo Silcox
July 7 marked a unique occasion as two Pakistani aviators were promoted while attached
to VP-30. The two foreign military sales pilots, Lt. Cmdr. Ahmad Shujah and Lt. Chaudry
Ghafoor were promoted to the ranks of commander and lieutenant commander respec-
tively in a brief ceremony held in the office of Capt. Richard Heimerle, VP-30 command-
ing officer. While commenting about the event, Heimerle remarked that, "It was a great
opportunity to share the occasion with our Pakistani allies."As with other allies such as
Norway, Thailand, Germany, and Argentina, Pakistan benefits from the intense training
that VP-30 provides. Pakistan is currently standing up a P-3 squadron through the pur-
chase of several P-3's from the U.S. Navy to join the two aircraft they already own.
Along with the purchase of aircraft, Pakistan has also sent four pilots and three flight
engineers to VP-30 learn from members of the squadron. VP-30's executive officer
Cmdr. Mark Creasey mentioned that, "VP-30 has always been heavily involved with for-
eign military sales. Pakistan is an important ally, and it has been an honor to train their
aircrew." From left, Heimerle presents Shujah his new shoulder boards, while Ghafoor
receives his from Cmdr. Wasim Kureishy while Lt. Cmdr. Sharjeel Iftikhar looks on.


Don't quit when the cost is too great

By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon
NAS Jax Chapel
We have just cele-
brated the 226th
birthday of our
Declaration of
Independence. It is a won-
derful holiday filled with
cookouts, fireworks and lots
of other activities. There is
no more fitting day to cele-
brate, but sometimes I
think in the midst of all the
fun and frolic, we tend to
lose sight of what the day
really means.
Each man who signed
that document did it know-
ing he was in essence lay-
ing his life down on the
altar of freedom, and each
of them paid a huge cost to
declare their freedom from
Britain. Take a moment
and do a search on the
Internet for men like John
Hancock or Button
Gwinett, and read about
who they were, and read
about the price they paid
for our freedom.
. In fact, on this day, we
should remember people
who have given their lives

Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
so that we can be free. I
must admit I am occasion-
ally disturbed by the news-
papers and the way they
report statistics. I read last
week that we had lost 1,740
military members in Iraq.
Then I thought about each
of those lives and whom
they touched. Their wives,
kids, parents, friends,
neighbors for each one
of those "statistics", there is
a broken hearted family for
whom the cost of freedom is
greater than we can imag-
In March 2003, a friend of
mine was killed while in
action in Iraq. His name
was Kevin Nave. He was
the executive officer for 3rd

Battalion, Fifth Marines.
He left behind a beautiful
family, and countless
friends. He enjoyed riding
his Harley Davidson, drink-
ing coffee, and just about
anything that is Irish, or
from Michigan. He wasn't
just a statistic, he was my
friend and now when I cele-
brate July 4 or Memorial
Day, it has a completely dif-
ferent meaning for me.
The price of freedom is
more clear to me now than
ever before. Isn't it amazing
that when something
affects you personally, your
perspective is completely
different? I love my country,
my Navy, and the freedoms
we enjoy, and now I have a
greater appreciation of just
what they cost. Never for-
get that the things that are
the most worthwhile
always cost the most.
Thank God for people
who do not quit when the
cost seems too great! God
Bless the USA, and God
bless every family who this
day is feeling the loss of a
loved one who gave their
life so we can be free.

'Maulers' have new

Viking tactics instructor
By LTHelen Watson
VS- 32 PAO

VS-32 Lt. Karl Fos-
sum recently gradu-
ated as the newest
Viking tactics instructor
(VTI). He completed the
intensive six-week training
course, which is designed to
produce tactical expert S-
3B aviators. The Sea
Control Weapons School
aboard NAS Jacksonville
runs VTI training.
Approximately 12 air-
crew, pilots and naval flight
officers, comprise a class,
with an average of one to
two classes graduating per
year. These handpicked avi-
ators are challenged with a
myriad of scenarios involv-
ing missions in a tactical
flying environment. The
course includes classes on
briefing skills, community
briefing, flight and mission
planning, and weaponeer-
ing. These are followed by a
simulator phase and then
live flights, with both inert
and live weapons. The

Photo by by Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Blake/VS-32
Lt. Karl Fossum receives his graduation certificate from Cmdr.
Ken McKown.
flights cover missions like the "Maulers" as the new
strike support, electronic air combat training curricu-
warfare, torpedo launching, lum program manager. He
war-at-sea exercises, and has already been able to
traditional bombing. apply his knowledge and
Fossum, after completing newly honed tactical skills
his temporary duty at VTI on recent VS-32 bombing
training, has returned to training flights.

'Nightdipper' promoted

AWCS(AW) Rusty Kane of
HS-5 was recently promot-
ed to senior chief petty
officer in front of the
squadron while on detach-
ment aboard USS
Eisenhower (CVN-69). He
received the congratula-
tions of the squadron's
commanding officer and
squadron personnel and
said, "I'm very excited
about the promotion. My
promotion is a reflection
of HS-5's success and the
hard work of our Sailors."
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DVECC honors sacrifices of

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
he Navy Disease Vec-
tor Ecology and Con-
trol Center (DVECC)
Jacksonville celebrated the
Navy Hospital Corps 107th
Birthday on June 17. The
Center also dedicated a
new Medal of Honor Wall.
The wall includes citations
and photographs of all of
Navy Medicine's Medal of
Honor recipients.
DVECC Jacksonville
Officer in Charge (OIC)
Cmdr. Steve Rankin said, "I
think it is just good for us
to remember, to be able to
see a standard to emulate
from what others have done
before us." He added that it
is a good reminder of our
solid Navy traditions; Navy
Medicine's high standards
in providing care and of our
comrades in arms who con-
tinue even today to make
the ultimate sacrifice.
Dr. Andrew Beck, the cen-
ter's head of training,
painted the artwork
involved in the Medal of
Honor Wall. His work
included a rendering of the
medal itself with ribbons
running behind the framed


Photo by HN
HM2(SW/AW/FMF) Michael Conner (left), Retired Hospital Corpsman David Wol
right) and Dr. Andrew Beck (foreground right) cut a ribbon opening the display ar
Navy Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center's Medal of Honor Wall.

Photographs and citations.
He said working with the
assistance of HMC Senee
Johnson the actual paint-
ing only took two days but
it required months of
preparation and planning.

Beck who has been with
DVECC Jacksonville 20
years has come to be the
Center's "resident artist."
"It was challenging to
make it reflect the appro-
priate mood," Beck said of

the project. "I wai
be more somber, E
muted colors and
many highlights
many great deta
almost impress
wanted to generate

hospital co
rather than have it be an
exact rendition of the
medal. It's like doing some-
thing in a mino ikey."
Beck still has a few
details, including a
caduceus, to complete on
the wall opposite the medal
, and he looks forward to
helping with a POW-MIA
display to be dedicated on
September 17.
JQhnson, the center's sen-
ior enlisted advisor, and
HMI Trina Drummond
were the primary coordina-
tors for the ceremony.
Johnson said, "We wanted
to keep our history, knowl-
edge and heritage alive for
our hospital corpsmen.
We're proud of our Corps,
proud of our heritage and
there are a lot of
S.i people out there sacrific-
.--. ing their lives," she said.
Personally involving each
4 Dulce Perez corpsman in their heritage
Ifert (back was why the ceremony
rea for the planners gave all of them a
role in the event, from
reading letters from Navy
nted it to leadership to presenting
so I used details on the history of the
didn't put Hospital Corps and reciting
in it or the Hospital Corps Oath.
iils. It is The Hospital Corps
ionist. I Birthday Cake was cut by
;e a mood HM2 Michael Conner, the

youngest corpsman present
and retired Hospital
Corpsman David Wolfert.
Johnson"rsaid the staff
took time during the cere-
mony to reflect on the
courage and dedication of
Hospital Corpsmen who
have made the ultimate
sacrifice during the War on
Lt. Joritta Dotson who
was the acting OIC at the
time of the ceremony said,
"What really struck a cord
with everyone was looking
at the sacrifices that are
being made today, including
hospital corpsmen who
have died in Iraq and
Afghanistan, and tying
them into the sacrifices
made in conflicts past."
This was particularly
poignant she said as most
of DVECC's 11 active duty
enlisted and eight officers
have been deployed to Iraq
or Afghanistan at least
once and some as many as
four times.
During the ceremony,
four Iraq Campaign Medals
and one Afghanistan
Campaign Medal were
awarded to staff members.
And one Corpsman, HM1
Tamara Marks, was frocked
to her present rate.

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this exercise is
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It's good for flexibility. It's
good for increasing your
life span.
It's good for making the
quality of your life better
as you age. And exercise
can be as social as it is
beneficial, which many
people discover when they
find a walking partner or
join an exercise class they
As you age, your level of
activity directly affects
your body. Less than 25
percent of Americans get
adequate regular exercise.
Inactive people can expect
to lose about 30 percent of
their strength and 40 per-
cent of their muscle mass
between the ages of 20 and
But this loss is not
inevitable. Moderate car-
diovascular exercise, com-
bined with minimal weight
training, fights the loss of
muscle mass. And you
don't need to pump iron or
bench press 200 pounds to
reap the benefits. Just add
a small amount of weight
to your normal routine.
Using your muscles helps
to keep them healthy.
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The benefits of a balanced
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Your physician will help
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Look for activities that
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If you're currently not
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Get some good walking
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amount of soreness. If it
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your physician.
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As always, it is recom-
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Make sure to ask if cer-
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An S-3B Viking assigned
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DoD working to increase Tricare access for Reserve and Guard

By Donna Miles
American Forces Press Service
he Defense Department
(DoD) has made "tremen-
dous efforts and strides" to
meet the needs of Reserve and
Guard service members who now
qualify for health-care coverage
under the Tricare program, the
program manager said today dur-
ing an interview on Fox News.
Dr. David Tornberg, acting
deputy director of the Tricare
Management Activity and deputy
assistant secretary .of defense for
clinical and program policy, said
the recent introduction of new
patients into the Tricare system
presents "a challenge," but that
DoD is being "very attentive" to the
needs of new Tricare participants.
Thousands of Reserve and

Guard service members and their
families became eligible to pur-
chase health care insurance
through Tricare in late April.
Congress authorized the new
benefit, called Tricare Reserve
Select, for reserve component
members under the fiscal 2005
National Defense Authorization
Act. The plan is designed to serve
as a bridge for reserve-component
troops leaving active duty who
aren't covered by civilian employ-
er or other health insurance
plans, according to defense offi-
Tricare Reserve Select is avail-
able to all reserve component
troops who have been activated
since Sept. 11, 2001, served in
support of a contingency opera-
tion and agree to continued serv-

ice in the Selected Reserve.
To help ensure that licensed
physicians across the nation
accept these and other Tricare
patients, Assistant Secretary of
Defense for Health Affairs Dr.
William Winkenwerder Jr. sent
letters to national and state med-
ical associations last August,
seeking their support. The letter
urged the associations to contact
their members and encourage
them to become Tricare providers
and to treat "America's heroes -
the people making sacrifices to
keep our country safe and
In addition, the Tricare
Management Activity is survey-
ing 20 U.S. metropolitan areas to
determine what Tricare resources
are available and whether they're


There is a one-year deadline to file any TRICARE claims

TRICARE beneficiaries who
file their own claims should
remember that, with few
exceptions, claims must be filed
within one year of the date of
medical service or from the date
of discharge from an inpatient
facility. Beneficiaries also have
one year from the date they
receive medication to file for
reimbursement of pharmacy
claims. Additionally, the one-year
filing deadline applies to those
who file on behalf of individuals
with other health insurance
The deadline applies to TRI-
CARE Standard beneficiaries as
well as to TRICARE Prime
enrollees who obtain emergency
or urgent care outside of the TRI-

CARE region in which they are
enrolled. TRICARE Prime and
Extra providers are required to
file claims on a beneficiary's
behalf, and must also meet the
one year requirement.
TRICARE beneficiaries who use
non-network pharmacies to
obtain their prescription drugs
pay full price at the pharmacy
and then must file a claim to
obtain reimbursement.
Beneficiaries have many options
for obtaining a claim form (DD
2642): from a TRICARE Service
Center, Beneficiary Counseling
and Assistance Coordinator or
Health Benefits Advisor at their
military treatment facility; by
mail from the TRICARE
Management Activity, 16401 E.
Centretech Parkway, Aurora, CO
80011-9043; or online at www.tri-

By law, other health insurance
(OHI) held by TRICARE benefici-
aries must be the first payer for
covered benefits, including cov-
ered pharmacy services. TRI-
CARE pays first, however, when
prescriptions not covered by OHI
are covered by TRICARE or when
OHI coverage is exhausted. In
either case, beneficiaries must
obtain an Explanation of Benefits
(EOB) from the OHI indicating
their OHI does not cover the med-
ication or that the benefit limits
of the OHI have been reached.
Beneficiaries must submit a DD
2642 form with the EOB, a copy
of the itemized bill and, if a drug
claim, a copy of the prescription
to the appropriate TRICARE con-
tractor for reimbursement.
Exceptions to the one-year
timely claims filing deadline
apply if one or more of the follow-

ing situations occur:
The beneficiary was TRICARE-
eligible at the time of service, but
eligibility was not reflected on the
Defense Enrollment and. Eligibil-
ity Reporting System until after
the timely filing limit;
Retroactive preauthorization
was received after the timely fil-
ing limit expired;
TRICARE Management Acti-
vity or the regional contractor
made an administrative error;
A legal guardian responsible for
managing the affairs of a mental-
ly incompetent patient or a
patient who is unable to commu-
nicate, was appointed after the
timely filing date was reached;
The provider submits the claim
as a TRICARE-participating
provider after changing from a
non-participating provider;
The patient submitted a claim

to their OHI in a timely fashion
and the insurance plan was
responsible for a delay beyond the
one-year filing date; or Medicare
accepts TRICARE for Life claims
as timely.
For more information on excep-
tions to the one-year timely
claims filing dAadline and for
claims requirements, beneficiar-
ies may visit http://www.tricare.
For additional information on
where to file claims, beneficiaries
should go to http://www.tricare., click on their specific
TRICARE region, and obtain
information regarding the TRI-
CARE Retail Pharmacy or the
TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy,
as appropriate.

TRICARE Reserve Select

Health Plan updates

How much could a

night of underage

drinking cost?

By Derek Nelson
Naval Safety Center Public Affairs
A Marine lance corpo-
ral found out the
hard way recently.
Part of his learning experi-
ence was to make a presen-
tation about what hap-
pened to him.
His non-judicial punish-
ment included reduction to
private first class, 60 days
of restriction, and loss of
half of his monthly pay for
two months. He was a
month away from being eli-
gible for corporal. After his
incident, he was 17 months
away. He estimated that he
lost $5,288.70 compared to

if he had been promoted.
The total costs of his poor
decision were more than
The Naval Safety Center
website has posted this
presentation at http://safe-
Data about underage
drinking in the Navy is dif-
ficult to obtain, in part due
to a reluctance by com-
mands to report incidents.
However, enough data
exists to make it clear there
is a problem, particularly in
the barracks. A current
CNO initiative targets alco-
hol abuse by 18-to-26-year-

old personnel.
To learn more about the
Navy's Alcohol and Drug
Abuse Prevention Program,
visit http://navdweb. and click
"Right Spirit" in the left
navigation bar. This is the
Navy's official source of
information and assistance
for commands and people
who are working to prevent
alcohol abuse. The "Right
Spirit" pages contain links

to the program's magazine,
a presentation entitled
Ever Wonder Why DWI is
Illegal?, and a useful list of
program "best practices."
Another link takes you to
"Skills For Life," a comput-
er-based training program
that includes topics such as
Blood Alcohol Concentra-
tion (BAC); the immediate,
short-term and long-term
risks of alcohol; and alcohol
versus fitness.

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By LIFELines.
serve Select (TRS)
health plan materi-
als have been added to the
TRICARE Web site!
Beneficiary education
and staff training materials
are being added weekly, so
be sure to check the site
often for the most current
TRS information. New
materials added this week
include: a TRS Brochure,
updated Frequently Asked
Questions, and a TRS

Briefing with Speaker's
Guide and Suggested Uses.
It is important for National
Guard and Reserve families
to know about this new
TRICARE benefit in order
to make an informed health
care choice!
'The TRS Web site is
located at:
Once there, you can sub-
scribe to any or all of the
services, including the TRI-
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sufficient to meet the current
need, Air Force Maj. Michael
Shavers, a Pentagon spokesman,
told the American Forces Press
The survey results will help
DoD identify areas where benefi-
ciaries may run into difficulties
getting access to Tricare services
and to help resolve those prob-
lems, Shavers said.
A similar survey was conducted
last year, as required by the 2004
National Defense Authorization
Act legislation.
As DoD works to increase the
number of Tricare providers and
improve access to the network,
Tornberg noted that 80 percent of
Guard and Reserve members
called to active duty already are
covered by another form of health

After 30 days on active duty,
they qualify for full benefits
under the Tricare system a sys-
tem Tornberg said "has one of the
most generous and robust bene-
fits available in the health insur-
ance market."
Legislation introduced in the
Senate would further expand
healthcare benefits for the Guard
and Reserve by allowing them to
enroll in the program for a
monthly premium, regardless of
their duty status. Defense
Department officials are studying
the legislation, Tornberg said.
More information about
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BRAC: Transitioning for a better military health system

According to William
Winkenwerder, Jr.
MD, Assistant Sec-
retary of Defense for
Health Affairs, "The 2005
Base Realignment and
Closure (BRAC) initiative
offered the Military Health
System (MHS) an opportu-
nity to consider the entire
scope of our mission
responsibilities." In addi-
tion, he said, MHS had a
chance to "evaluate the pro-
vision of healthcare, exam-
ine our infrastructure, and
analyze how we might

improve to better serve the
Armed Forces into the 21st

The Assistant Secretary
said, the 2005 BRAC
process gave the system an

opportunity to reorganize
assets to capitalize on the
joint Service environment
and to invest in and mod-
ernize facilities supporting
these efforts. He said, "By
pursuing these recommen-
dations, we will further
enhance the reputation of
our flagship facilities in
clinical, research, education
and training excellence
rivaling that found at
Johns Hopkins, Mayo Clinic
and other top-rated medical
centers. Most importantly,
we will be positioned to bet-
ter serve our 9.1 million
beneficiaries in state-of-
the-art health facilities."

Winkenwerder believes
the Military Health System
working group recommen-
dations were excellent and
address numerous health
challenges. The group eval-
uated facilities and func-
tions for their military
value, with a focus on
prime mission force
readiness, and multi-mar-
ket areas and service func-
tions for possible consolida-
tion and joint solutions.
Additionally, the group
reviewed smaller facilities,
giving consideration to the
quality and availability of
care from the surrounding
community through TRI-

TELECONFERENCE : Video call makes meeting between NAS Jax and Minnesota possible

From Page 1

"Navy and Sailor readi-
ness starts at home," said
Brown. "If our families are
in trouble, so too is the
Sailor and our effectiveness
as a fighting force. Our mis-
sion at Navy Region
Southeast is to enable
warfighter readiness, and
one of the many ways we do
this is to confront the issue
of domestic violence."
So due in great part to
Brown's efforts, Jackson-
ville's Navy personnel and
families will soon be able to
reap the benefits of domes-
tic violence programs lever-
aging both military and
civilian Duval County pro-
grams and agencies. Once
signed, the MOU will
enable military and civil-
ians to share resources and
information in the fight
against domestic violence.
Interagency communica-
tion is the key to winning
the fight against domestic
violence. The project will
operate in a similar fashion
as the Domestic Violence
Intervention Project

From Page 1

tribute to long travel dis-
tances for electricity out of
human control. Many peo-
ple do not even realize that
victims' bodies aren't
always the first objects to
be contacted by plunging
forks of lightning. Other
nearby electrified objects
are just as dangerous."
According to NAS Jax
Safety Manager Ron
Williamson, base victims
have been struck while
simply walking to their
vehicles. Four years ago,
three contractors suffered
lightning burn injuries in
the same parking lot.
In 2003, a Sailor was
struck near the, NAS Jax
golf course. Lightning
struck a tree, and the roots
became current paths for
electricity that electrocuted
him. Fortunately, he sur-
vived, even though he sus-
tained injuries.
Whether victims are

(DVIP), a group that has
met monthly since 1997 to
address issues and suggest
solutions to decision-mak-
ers. DVIP also reviews
domestic violence homicide
reports to determine if any-
thing could have been done
to prevent the homicide,
and the project has com-
piled records of their find-
ings both annually and
cumulatively over the past
eight years, said Ellen Siler
of Hubbard House.
"DVIP is a fixer of prob-
lems that come to the fore-
front," said Loretta Brien-
za, of the Salvation Army
Batterers Intervention
For example, there was
previously a lag time of
three weeks between when
an offender violated misde-
meanor probation and when
JSO officers received notifi-
cation. By reorganizing the
way paperwork is transmit-
ted from to JSO, this time
lag was eliminated.
The CCR addresses simi-
lar issues in the way
domestic violence involving
military members is han-

: How to keep
swinging a nine-iron on a
golf course, walking in a
parking lot or running on a
baseball field during an
electrical storm, they are
very often the tallest
In a sudden, tragic inci-
dent last year, while walk-
ing through the parking lot
adjacent to the Vystar
Credit Union, a Sailor died
after being hit by a cloud-
to-ground flash. He was
outside at the height of a
storm en route to the tran-
sient personnel barracks.
When lightning and
thunder are less than 30
seconds apart, shelter is
extremely important.
Unprotected open buildings
or vehicles such as picnic
pavilions, golf carts, or bus
stops invite strikes. Staying
away from tall objects such
as trees or lampposts are
smart precautions. But
taking shelter indoors does
not always eliminate risks.
Whether living in an

dled. For instance, NAS
Jacksonville and JSO are
coordinating concurrent
jurisdiction for on base
domestic violence incidents.
The road ahead
The CCR will address
responsibilities and discuss
how to conduct roles, said
Hector Sepulveda, director
of the Fleet and Family
Service Center, NS May-
port. "We will all partici-
pate actively in refining our
roles," said Brown.
The members will delin-
eate the details of the coop-
eration, such as determin-
ing points of contact for the
sharing of arrest or police
reports, said Sepulveda.
Cooperation and communi-
cation doesn't necessarily
require a huge budget as
much as it takes closer
interaction between mili-
tary and civilian agencies
and thoughtful, intelligent
dialogue on how existing
resources can combine syn-
Training for the involved
agencies is an important
part of the process. The

City of Jacksonville is in
the process of writing a
$175,000/year grant, which
will include money for
"It's important that every
victim gets timely access to
all the resources in the
community, both civilian
and military," said
Sponsler. "Ensuring that
civilian advisors are
trained about the military
will enable them to provide
better services."
Also vital to future suc-
cess is documenting the
process of cooperation at
every step of the way.
Sponsler stressed that doc-
umenting lessons learned is
vital for being able to con-
tinue and reproduce the
Once the MOU is signed,
there will be a marked
improvement in coordina-
tion between the agencies.
The civilian probation
department will work more
closely with the Navy, inter-
acting with domestic vio-
lence offenders' chain of
command to ensure
improved offender account-

ability. This interaction
may prevent offenders vio-
lating their probation and
being issued a warrant, a
process that incurs addi-
tional expenses of money
and time.
Navy Victims Advocates
will review all the reports
of spouse/partner abuse on
a daily basis to ensure that
services are offered proac-
A brochure put together
by Fleet and Family Service
Center will inform victims
about the services offered
by both civilian and mili-
tary. The Battered Women's
Justice Project is funding
the brochure.

A Draft MOU will be for-
warded to the agencies by
mid-July, and a follow up
meeting will take place
during the first week of
August. The MOU will be
signed Sept. 23. "This will
be one of the most impor-
tant legacies of my tenure
at Navy Region Southeast,"
remarked Brown.
What does the civilian
side think about it? "The
best thing to come out of
this is to have an active
duty person, in uniform,
present -and I'd like to see
that continue," concluded
Meria Williams of Hubbart
House, Inc.

safe during electrical storms

apartment or a house, avoid
contact with plumbing with
during a thunderstorm.
Taking a shower or bath, or
washing hands, dishes or
laundry are not safe ideas
during a thunderstorm.
Indoor plumbing can carry
electrical currents just as
well as electrical wiring.
Computers and all types
of telephones are current
paths for lightning and
should not be used during
electrical storms. What
should not be forgotten is
that the electricity from a
lightning strike can follow
multiple 'paths.
With the number of inci-
dents in recent years
involving lightning at NAS
Jax, thunderstorms here
should never be taken for
The National Weather
Service Web site, found at, supplies
many useful tips to avoid
dangerous summer thun-
derstorms, including how to

choose shelter and avoid
lightning once inside.

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LEGISLATION: Governor signs new laws supporting military

From Page 1

having to display a license
plate or registration
SB 0868 An act relating
to the E.R. Pipping, Jr.,
Memorial Act The meas-
ure, sponsored by Sen.
Paula Dockery of Lakeland,
authorizes the Florida
Department of Transporta-
tion to enter into contracts
with non-profit organiza-
tions, in operation for at
least two years, that wish
to install monuments and
memorials honoring
Florida's military veterans
at highway rest areas
throughout the state. This
includes monuments,
niemorials, plaques, mark-
ers or various retired mili-
tary equipment.
"The active participation
of the veteran service
organizations in the legisla-
tive process is commend-
able and vital," McPherson
said. "Their efforts to iden-
tify and prioritize issues for
legislative action in a coop-
erative and positive man-
ner aid the process and pro-
vide improved benefits for
Florida's veterans and their
spouses and families."

Additionally, Bush
intends to sign the follow-
ing bills into law:
HB 1069 An act relating
to Family Readiness
Program/ Military This
measure, sponsored by Rep.
Joe Negron of Stuart, and
Sen. Mike Haridopolos of
Melbourne creates the
Family Readiness Program
,under the Department of
Military Affairs. The pro-
gram provides $5 million in
need-based assistance to
families of service members
of the Florida National
Guard and United States
Reserve Forces for emer-
gency housing, living
expenses and vehicle
repairs. This includes Coast
Guard Reservists, who are
on active duty serving in
the global war on terrorism

and who are federally
deployed or participating in
state operations for home-
land defense.
HB 1189 An act relating
to the children of deceased
or disabled veterans This
measure, sponsored by Rep.
Stan Jordan of
Jacksonville, expands the
current program that pro-
vides college scholarships
to children of military
heroes who lost their lives
as a result of battle and
veterans who were left dis-
abled to the dependents of
soldiers who died or became
disabled while serving in
Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Additionally, the bill
reduces the residency
requirement for qualifying
veterans from five years to
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Navy civilian


make WAVES

to keep military

history alive
ByJOC(SW) Michael Marsh
U.S. Fleet Forces Command Public Affairs Office
As a civilian budget analyst
overseeing multi-billion dollar
accounts for U.S. Fleet Forces
Command, Dassa Carvey is a num-
bers specialist. Having spent over 25
years tracking figures for the U.S.
government, she's developed a keen
sense for recognizing when accounts
are askew.
Away from her job overseeing dol-
lars and cents, she's busy tracking
numbers of a different sort the
declining presence of females who
served the nation as WAVES (Women
Accepted for Volunteer Emergency
Service), a special military unit creat-
ed during WWII. As the aging female
veteran population continues to
decline, Carvey is concerned their his-
tory is not adequately documented
and, as the numbers continue to
decline, the opportunity to gain their
stories is dwindling fast.
Taking matters into her own hands,
Carvey's currently involved in a
nationwide movement to locate and
identify those women who served as
WAVES in hopes of documenting
their experiences.
"Talking to those women, meeting
them in person, hearing their stories,
I've found the missing link in my life,"
Carvey said. For her, that link was
forged when she entered the Navy
during the 1960's. A WAVES herself,
today she's one of the top leaders of
the national volunteer organization
giving voice to those female veterans.
As the 2nd Vice President of WAVES
National, Carvey leads an ongoing
mission to keep its membership
informed of Veterans Administration
policies and programs.
The National organization now rep-
resents veterans from all the sea
services: Navy, Marine Corps, Coast
Guard, Navy Nurse Corps, and
Maritime Service. The organization
also provides a WAVES scholarship
fund for their families.
In 2002, Carvey established a local
WAVES unit in the Hampton Roads
region. Apitly named the Tidewater
Tidal WAVES, its membership spans
the generations.- Among its 50 mem-
bers are veterans from every major
war or conflict since WWII, and
includes several women still serving
on active duty and in the Navy
Women have always played a major
role in the U.S. military. Although
their initial service was primarily as
nurses on the battlefield, women in
WWII opened the doors of opportuni-

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ty for generations to follow.
WAVES was created on June 30,
1942, when the first unit was formed
in the Navy Reserve. WAVES was
officially established as a means of
freeing up male naval personnel for
sea duty. Mildred McAfee, who
served as the President of Wellesley
College, was appointed to guide the
newly-formed organization. Upon
entering the Navy Reserve, she was
given the rank of Lieutenant
Commander, becoming the Navy's
first female commissioned officer.
Under McAfee's leadership, WAVES
recruitment swelled to 27,000 just
one year after its inception.
The war effort offered numerous
opportunities for women to work in
jobs traditionally open only
to men. Although the majority per-
formed secretarial and clerical work,
at least a third were assigned to
naval aviation duties. Thousands of
educated women with backgrounds in
mathematics, physical science and
engineering filled the ranks perform-
ing complex and precise operations
like calculating bomb trajectories.
Some took positions as legal assis-
tants in the Judge Advocate General
Corps. Others were given work
assignments in the medical, commu-
nications, and intelligence communi-
Toward the end of WWII in 1945,
WAVES membership peaked with
8,000 officers and 76,000 enlisted; a
little over two-and-a-half percent of
the Navy's total strength.
When recruitment for the organiza-
tion ceased at the end of the war,
those in naval leadership took notice.
They recognized the valuable contri-
butions women had made, and
allowed them remain on active duty
to continue their jobs. An increasing
demand for women in the service
prompted the Pentagon to appeal to
Congress for help. In 1948, with the
passage of the Women's -Armed
Services Integration Act, females
were granted permanent status in the
regular and reserve components for
all military branches.
Although the "emergency" that
sparked the creation of the WAVES
was over, the name and existence of
the organization continued, although
the number of fields they could serve


an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors. From
monthly training lectures to the
finished tour, docents use a
combination of important histori-
cal information and good humor
to bring works of art to life.
If you are interested in volun-
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U.S. Navy photo
in remained limited.
Tidal WAVES member Kathy
Montgomery is a retired Navy master
chief who also works at Fleet Forces
Command. She remembers what the
sea service was like when joined in
"In those days we were restricted in
the types of jobs we could do," she
said. Back then, the administrative
and medical fields were the only rat-
ings open to women.
Then in the mid-70's, Montgomery
recalled when the Navy embarked on
a cultural revolution. It allowed
women to apply for rigorous job spe-
cialties doing the type of work the
civilian world had traditionally con-
sidered male-only jobs.
Sometime between late 1972 to
early 1973 the WAVES officially dis-
banded. In 1978, the separate
women's units of the armed forces
integrated with their male counter-
parts. That same year, women were
allowed to serve on U.S. Navy ships
for the first time.
"I remember there were quite a
number of women Yeoman who
became boatswain's mates and
coxswains," Montgomery said.
Today women serve in almost every
career field and specialty in the sea
services and their contributions to the
military continue to mount.
Montgomery credits that achievement
to the pioneering females in uniform
who blazed the trail for others to fol-
"I know my generation benefited by
the advancements they (women in the
service) made," she said. "It's a whole
new world now."
As this year marks the 63rd
anniversary of the WAVES, Carvey is
hopeful women will come forward to
tell their stories.
As a lasting tribute to their remark-
able service, a series of stained glass
windows depicting women of the sea
services was created and distributed
to various locations throughout the
nation. One of the windows is on dis-
play in Virginia at the Naval Medical
Center Portsmouth cafeteria.
If you were a member of the
WAVES and desire to contact Carvey,
you may email her at
or phone (757) 460-1021.

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and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through
Saturday throughout the year to
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Naval Safety Center stresses seatbelt use

By Dan Steber
Naval Safety Center Traffic Safety Division
he Navy recently had two
(PMV) mishaps that shine
a light on preventable mishaps. A
local Norfolk Sailor was killed in
one mishap and a different
mishap injured three other East
Coast Sailors, one seriously. In
both incidents, the victims were
not wearing seatbelts. RADM
Dick Brooks, Commander, Naval
Safety Center has seen enough
and announced direct action to

combat the problem of unbuckled
"It is ludicrous in this day and
age for our people not to wear
seatbelts, said RADM Brooks.
"We have more than enough evi-
dence that seatbelts work, and,
more importantly, it is DoD policy
for all Sailors and Marines to
wear them on or off-duty ... peri-
Last fiscal year, 73 Sailors died
in PMV mishaps and 10 of them
did not wear seatbelts. The num-
ber injured and not wearing seat-
belts was much higher. RADM

Brooks directed his staff to take
action, and he said the Naval
Safety Center will fight aggres-
sively for 100-percent seatbelt
"We have participated in the
National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration's Click It or
Ticket campaign," said Brooks.
"It's a great program but isn't
enough. The metrics and meas-
urements clearly show every base
should implement a Click It or
Ticket program. However, we also
need to make sure every Sailor
knows DoD policy, and we will

help get out that message
through stories, magazines, our
website, posters, videos, and other
media avenues."
The Naval Safety Center has
been taping video testimonials of
mishap success stories and fail-
ures involving seatbelt use or
lack there of. It hopes to spread
the message about PMV mishaps,
specifically seatbelt use, through
the words of Sailors who have
survived mishaps. The Safety
Center website also has a wide
collection of stories that show
how a simple click of a seatbelt

can save a life.
Capt. Bill Glenn, head of the
Center's Shore Safety Programs,
said, "We owe it to our people and
their families to take every step
to keep our Sailors safe. The DoD
policy is clear: Our people must
wear seatbelts (helmets for
motorcycles) on duty and off,
whether a state law requires
them or not. Leaders need to,
make their people aware of the
rules, and get seatbelt use up to
100 percent."

Commissary shopping: make the most of it

By Deb Trzcinski
ilk, bread, eggs, and cheese.
Such a short list only
worth a quick trip to the
grocer up the street. You'll breeze
through in a flash. "What's an extra
couple of bucks?" you say, knowing
these items would've cost less if you
had planned better and bought them
at the commissary. But an extra cou-
ple of bucks multiplied by several
quick trips up the street equals a lot
of lost savings.
The commissary isn't just another
grocery store. Its purpose is to serve
as an additional benefit to military
members and their families by offer-
ing lower prices on grocery items.
Take advantage of this perk by plan-
ning your trips and making the most
of your commissary shopping.
Commissary Characteristics
Knowing what to expect is the
beginning of your preparation.
You'll find most commissaries are
similar in set up and floor plan. The
line of products is fairly standard,
depending on the size of the store.
Other features:
No sales tax.

A five percent surcharge is used
to build and maintain stores.
Baggers work for tips only. Their
services are optional and the amount
of a tip is at your discretion.
ID checks. Depending on the cur-
rent security status in a your area,
most commissaries now have ID
checks at the register only. Guests
are allowed in the facility when
accompanied by an authorized
Checkout lines are designated
with "Head of Line" privileges for
those in uniform during lunchtime.
Check-writing policies. You'll
need to write the member's duty tele-
phone number and rank on the
check. You no longer have to include
a Social Security number.
Great savings. You might spend
less on an item or two elsewhere, but
your overall grocery bill will be much
lower when you shop at the commis-
Defense Commissary Agency
Website Tools
The DeCA Web site at makes
planning a snap. Their helpful tools
run the gamut from meal planning
to product location.


Writing a list with the help of your
store floor plan will make your trip
easier. It'll increase your chances of
sticking to your list, which will add
to your savings.
Store Hours
Make it a priority to find and
record the hours of the nearest com-
missary and coordinate shopping
days accordingly. Operating hours
may change from time to time, par-
ticularly during the holidays. Keep
in mind that some commissaries are
closed on Sunday or Monday. Larger
stores are usually open seven days a
week with extended shopping hours.
Best Shopping Times
The best time for shopping is early
morning, particularly if you'll have
little shoppers with you. Many com-
missaries now provide carts with
special carriers to safely hold two
Numerous service members,
dependents, and retirees shop at the
commissary on military payday. If
you plan to pick up groceries on the
1st or the 15th of the month get
there early to avoid the crowds.






Even a split-second distraction
can lead to a disaster on today's
often-crowded roadways.

Distracted driving ranks
as the fourth most serious
driving safety issue.
It's believed to be a factor
in up to 50 percent of crashes.

I So, no multi-tasking.
Use common sense and courtesy
whenever you're behind the wheel.

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A program of the Kansas Department
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SIU to offer
From Navy College
Southern Illinois Uni-
versity's (SIU) Col-
lege of Applied
Sciences and Arts offers
Bachelor of Science
degrees in Health Care
Management and Elec-
tronic Systems Techno-
logies at NAS Jacksonville.
The programs are benefi-
cial for those in medical or
technology career fields
because they maximize
award of academic credit
for professional training as
well as work experience.
The programs consist of
120 semester hours- of
credit. The 48 semester
hours of major coursework
is taught in residence by
SIU faculty. The classes
are held on weekends from
8 a.m. to 4:50 p.m.
Students, who are able to
attend full-time, complete
the 48-semester hour
major in 16 months.
Transfer work from other
colleges and universities,
CLEP/DANTES testing,
military training, and work
experience fulfill the 41
semester hours of core cur-
riculum and 31 semester
hours of career electives.
Eligible students may
apply for military tuition
assistance, VA education
benefits, Pell Grants, stu-
dent loans, and the Illinois
Veterans' Grant. Tuition is
$180 per credit hour.
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Dec. 4)
HCM 364: Health Care
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HCM 375: Analysis &
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Health Care Management
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EST 341: Digital Circuit
EST 342: Microcom-
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EST 343: Microcomputer
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The SIU office is located
in the Navy College Office.
Office hours are 8:30 a.m.
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Currently under renovation.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pinset-
ters and scoring system.

Outdoor pool
Open through Aug. 15
Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. 6 p.m. recre-
ational swim
Sunday 1-5 p.m. recreational swim
Call 542-2930 for more information.

Indoor pool
Lap swim from 5:30-8 a.m. and 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
Water aerobics
11 a.m. noon
Military $1 daily, DoD $2 daily, Guests
- $3 daily

For more information about I.T T. trips or
ticket prices please call 542-3318.
Orlando Shopping Trip
July 30
Includes a trip to Millenia Mall and the
Premium Outlet Mall.

Sterling Casino Cruise
Set sail out of Port Canaveral for a five
hour cruise.
$13.50/person -
Must be 21.
Sign up by Aug. 3.

St. Simons Island, Ga.
Aug. 20
Enjoy a historical bus tour of the Island,
including Christ Church, and the light-
house and Museum. Includes transporta-

tion, tour and lighthouse visit.
Sign-up by Aug. 5.

Trips, activities and costs may be restrict-
ed to El-E5 single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
Dive-in movie
Tonight at the outdoor pool
8:30 p.m.
Free food!

Deep Sea Fishing
July 17
$55 per person
Please call 542-1335 for details.

Texas Hold'em Tournament
At The Zone
July 18, 7 p.m.

Free lesson and nine holes of golf
NAS Jacksonville Golf Course
July 19, MWR shuttle leaves Liberty
Cove at 4:30 p.m.

Scuba Certification Trip
July 22-24
Includes transportation, lodging, rental
and certification card.

For information on booking command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
please call the Officers' Club main office,
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.

Photo by Shannon Leonard
From left, Ayanna Donaldson, 2, Robert Rivera, 2, Adajah Fitzgerald, 8 months, and Gabriel
Vital, 6, read books as NAS jax Child Development Center (CDC) Home Provider Noelia
Colon supervises them in her home. The CDC is always looking for more home providers. For
more information, call Lisa Williams at 542-5381.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m.- The Pacifier (PG)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Son of the Mask (PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Robots (PG)
July 8, 7 p.m. Constantine (R)
July 15, 7 p.m. Fever Pitch (PG 13)
July 16, 5 p.m. Guess Who (PG 13)
July 16, 7 p.m. La Femme Nikita (R)
July 22, 7 p.m. Million Dollar Baby (PG
July 29, 7 p.m. Beauty Shop (PG 13)
July 30, 5 p.m. Diary of a Mad Black
Women (PG 13)
July 30, 7 p.m. Be Cool (PG 13)

For more information about the marina,
please call 542-3260.
Zephyrus Races

Every Friday evening through Sept. 9
6:30 p.m.
One-Design Sailboat Races
Entry fee is $5 per race.
Sailboats raced from the marina are free.
Call 542-3260 for more details.

Every Thursday free kayak/canoe
rental for active duty.
Brand name fishing tackle, sunglasses,
knives, and other gear at low prices.
For more details, e-mail

Friday night events are for ages K-17.
For more information on the Youth Center
please call 778-9772.
Pizza and fun
Tomorrow, 6-8 p.m.
$3 per person.

Customer service: a worldwide

initiative continues at NAS Jax

From MWR
The Marina Customer Oriented
Service Improvement Team
(COSIT) met for the first time
to discuss and analyze. The team will
track their progress on a service
improvement plan outlining short
and long-term goals for actions.
You as the customer ,can expect to
see postings in the marina letting you
know the progress on the great feed-
back you provided. The team consists
of both Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) employees and
customers and has met twice to work
on enhancing services and products
at the Marina. Marina top three for
this month:
The Mulberry Cove Marina is capa-
ble of special ordering any fishing
tackle or boating supplies that you
need. Almost all prices lower than in
towh. Requests should be directed to

the cashier on duty.
Mulberry Cove Marina now has
nine charcoal cookers available for
The marina has expanded its fish-
ing lure selection! They will now offer
frozen mullet, squid and sand fleas.
These will be added to the existing
stock of live worms and frozen
Updates will be given through the
Jax Air News in addition to the post-
ings in the facility, so keep reading.
Check out improvements made at the
following facilities thanks to your
Golf Course Port-O-Let at the
Starter Shack until completion of per-
manent facility.
Golf Course Vystar agreed to
place ATM in new clubhouse.
The Zone New menus with
healthy listed items and a la cart

FFSC offers educational and support programs

The NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills
Education and Support
Program is the foremost
preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
The following workshops
are;available in July and
July 19, 1-4 p.m. Stress
Management Workshop
July 25-28, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (retir-
July 26, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Control Workshop
Aug 2, 1-2:30 p.m. -
Nurturing Parenting Skills
(10-week program)
Aug. 8, 1-3 p.m. Home
Buying Workshop
Aug. 9, 9 a.m. noon -
Stress Management
Aug. 9-12, 7:30 a.m. 4

p.m. Transition a.m. 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (sepa- Assistance Program (retir-
rating) ing)
Aug. 9, 12:30-3 p.m. Aug. 30, 9 a.m. noon -
Basic Budgeting Workshop Anger Control Workshop
Aug. 10, 9-10:30 a.m. Anger Control Workshop
Sponsor Training For further information
Workshop or to register, call 542-
Aug. 29 Sept. 1, 7:30 2766, Ext. 127.

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Other facilities have completed the
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Volleyball meeting
A Captain's Cup fall indoor volleyball meeting
will be held July 20 at 11:30 a.m. in Building 850,
located at the intersection of Yorktown and Mustin
Road. The league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty commands and personnel. The season is
scheduled to begin in September with games
being played at lunchtime. Commands having an
athletic officer or designated representative attend
the meeting will receive five Captain's Cup points.
Officials and scorekeepers
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football, and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers also needed for basketball.
_Experience not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons,
and/or triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite
active duty men and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well as transportation,
entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested runners
must compete in sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) races and your time must be
one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in sanctioned race and your time meets
regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport
Sports Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5k swim, 10k run, 40k

Intramural Golf Freedom
League Standings
As of July 8

a Wins
1S-l 2


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
,.p,m. The Thrift Shop is open
-Tuesdays and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 7.72-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives ClUb's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Board of Governors
meeting is held the second and
fourth Thursday of each month.
The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a
members only club open to all
active duty, reserves, retired
military and active and retired
DoD civilians. For more infor-
mation, call 778-0805 or email
commodore @
A free Yoga Class for all
ages and abilities is held the
first Sunday of each month at
Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda
Star Walker at 398-8429.
The Cummer Museum of
Art & Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from
4-9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view
the museum's Masterworks col-
lection and special exhibitions


FASO 2 1
Navy Band 2 1
NCTS 1 1
VS-30 1 1
VS-32 Gold 1 1
HS-15 10 2
AIMD 610 10 3
Intramural Golf Liberty
League Standings
As of July 8
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 2 0
VR-58 2 0
VP-5 Officers 1 0
AIMD Gold 2 1
VP-16 2 1
AIMD Red 1 1
Blount Island 1 1
VP-5 Enlisted 1 2
AIMD Blue 1 2
VS-32 Blue 0 2
VP-62 0 3
Sand Volleyball Standings
As of July 8
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 7 1
CV-TSC 7 1
NAR 5 2
HS-15 Sand Fleas 4 4
CNATTU (2) 4 4
CNATTU (1) 2 5
AIMD 610 0 1
Summer Basketball
As of July 8
Team Wiins Losses

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and experience Art
Connections, the museum's
hands-on education center. For
more information, contact
Maria Haynes at 899-6025.
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road.
Line dance lessons are avail-
able from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday.
For more information, call 779-
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Members
meet for playgroups, field trips,
MOMS Nite Out and family out-
ings. For information, contact
DeLynn at 317-9717 or visit
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7
p.m. of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information,
call AO1 Michael Steckly at
542-5508 or Jim Bottac at 542-
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands Hospital
Blue room. For more informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends
an open invitation to all current-
ly employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers

Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League,
903 West Union Street.
Interested personnel are
encouraged to attend or con-
tact Lt. Cmdr. Herlena
Washington at 542-7715, Ext.
102 or email
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.
For more information, go to
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at
the Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fl
The Jacksonville Genea-
logical Society meeting will be
held Saturday at the Webb-
Wesconnett Library, 6887
103rd Street at 1:30 p.m. For
more information, contact Mary
Chauncey at 781-9300.
A Youth Fishing Derby will be
held Aug. 20 at Oceanway Park
from 9 a.m. to noon. A Youth
Fishing Tournament will be held
Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at Hanna Park. For more infor-
mation, call 573-4918.
Dunkirk Lighthouse will
host a military reunion at the
Days Inn Dunkirk in Fredonia,
N.Y. Sept. 15-18. Call Jules
Nagy at 1-888-333-2831 or 1-
888-333-2838 or email him at

Upcoming activities at Westside Regional Park

A Treasure Hunt will be held July.22 from 10-
11:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m. at Westside Regional
Park Nature Center. Participants will learn how to
use a compass to locate hidden treasure.
A Snake Savy class is planned for July 25
from 1:30-2:30 p.m. at the park. Learn more
about the common snakes in Florida and if they
are venomous or non-venomous.

Learn Grapevine Basketweaving July 28
from 10 a.m. to noon. Participants will learn how
to make a basket using natural fibers such as
grapevine. This program is limited to adults and
children 12 and older.
Registration is required for all activities by call-
ing 573-2498.

Jax Air NeW, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 14, 2005 21

AIMD leads 2005 Captain's Cup race

By Bill Bonser
Sports Coordinator
The 2005 Captain's
Cup season is
halfway over with
10 events completed and
11 events remaining.
Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment
(AIMD) Jax is currently
in the lead with 227
In second place is the
Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit
(CNATTU) Jax with 145
points and third place is
HS-15 with 105 points.
The Captain's Cup is
awarded annually in
January to the command
that has demonstrated
the highest level of par-
ticipation and achieve-
ment in the NAS
Jacksonville Captain's
Cup Athletics Program.
The Captain's Cup pro-
gram is for active duty
military individuals and
teams representing activ-
ities attached to NAS
Jacksonville. The pro-

gram has an entry point
divisor assigned to each
activity/unit based on
allowances to level the
playing field for smaller
There are two types of
events: team and individ-
ual sports. Commands
may enter as many teams
or individuals in the
events. Commands
receive 30 entry points
for each team completing
the respective sport sea-
Command entry points
are then divided by the
command divisor to get
the total entry points for
the respective sport.
Commands lose 10 points
for every no show forfei-
Additional points for
team sports are awarded
for league champion 25
points; league runner-up
- 15; playoff champion -
35; playoff runner-up -
25; and playoff third
place 15.
Commands receive five

entry points ,for each
command participant
entered in an individual
event. Commands can
earn up to a maximum of
30 points for an individ-
ual sport and then the
entry points are divided
by the command divisor
to get total entry points
for the respective individ-
ual sport.
Additional points for
individual sports are
awarded for first place -
20, second place 15 and
third place 10.
Captain's Cup events
run through the calendar
year and the Captain's
Cup trophy is awarded to
the command with the
most points accumulated
when all the events have
been completed.
The previous Captain's
Cup winners are VP-45 in
1998, VP-30 1999-2003
and AIMD 2004. For more
information on the
Captain's Cup program,
stop by the NAS Jax
Gymnasium or email

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I35TNveV/Rides LumanE.1Beasle,1 C71B garage, $239,900, JAGUA oingY t Ja5cNonte PVB2-OE HU 272-4408 WHISPER RIDGE FSBO views.$509k. 477-4640 Owner/Broker

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4 ati7nglServicesl Br i n ner O2 880-5886 BSa0at--Sun, 1-Sp, 704 SWEETBRIAR 4/2. 2,250 2ba den, (opt 4th brm) HODGES/JTs-2/2. nR MON D B EAC.H
1ci0d8e8 2ig 32/lInvestorSpecial$30k Marsh Cove Ln. 3/2 sf, alarm, spr sys lakeview, g rt invest Gatm -Desirable Halafx
Services 94 Fernandina/ A,3BD 1 BH Arlington Dent Miss This9 O N$3 N M5 FSa uar7-27 Or9Kk Jose 904 810- 5729a 1st reen. Comm pod
Se Hills pool, fenced 904-797-5979 ora501-i6951 Ive sge o Luxury WGV Brand 1soing rtn ce 0m N od
Amelia Island I, k yard 3,000 sqciaral near r ner 2 be d 2 bath clubhouse. Enjoy the
Sm anotal, l ar a,0 beau-0 6 1TH AVE.- i3/1.5, i Orange Pard 338 Baker County 2lu $1350 includes ambience of goi f
tifulhouseE1,200.00dClayd$1tanc nrea mu d26 SpTV ES g INSE Rlay Es0euWat edfr ontecabe watr t c el g D
NORTH HNAMPTON/ tful house 1,200.00 crnr It $89 9k. Moti- tfocable watertrash course livin In n thsn
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1 .29ac1 OPEN HOUSE Sa (raised counters); Rd E. 99,900. 3288 OPEN HouseAT/SUN i-88
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mlnochls ,every 3/2.5-1480sf. newly 3/2 Renovated Brick Orange Park. AsIs. Pay Coty NrPaatk3/2 DWon R view of Dwnt. Boat es
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3PM central tim V vertical Milling Machinee. HVAC 3 car garage 2390sf cov. boatdock S'SIDE- IL VILLAGIO is price. 9
o s 300A ndiaeSc eaBUILTr .1963sf/4/2,A297 AC. $429K. pool, hottub, total 2/2.5 1384 sf AN: LANDOWNERS,
SRiverside 2 Riverside c a UL sM IN OP3/2 brick 964-269-6000 make-over. Price 749k applgranitelake Good or bad credit, your
305Southside carpet, seller pay clos- cul-de-sac up rades asy access to base. FruitCoveFSBO-2200,gated.$199,900 land will qua
Bankru= y Law Flim of 36lntracoastal west Ing costs $85K. 504-5624 gas community, 15min to custom, like new, 3/2, 100' St. Johns River 3/2 904-755-6818 a new home 783-4 19
Lansing J. Roy P.A. 307San Marco A FORECLOSURE Town/RePency. $232k. Call 463-1558 by appt. CBS, 1/2ac conservation lac w/dock 2 1/2 rs
391-0030 310 Manari REA $ 0 I-FL2 4/2 on 7 Acres!
3910030 4BR, Only $40,000! BUY YOUR HOME 904509-9 NoRealtors Argyle3BR2. A A+school.$289k504-119 old.$499K38&326-590 Outofea/ EAL FULCOUNTRY
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B unnel, FL, seeking 325North Jacksongtville 288-4431 fr 333-rate shed $139.00 W- C a vlr d e I A I $ 0 0 e |I$
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and utility installation gVDownown BUY YOUR HOME BUY YOUR HOME WITH BUY YOUR HOME WITH BOATING,.SKIING, FISHING Skilng,world class golf. CLAYTON 98on lake 98.
for new church. THROUGH US get $500 ORiLSS NO DN PMT Jaguar CDRNC USN(WD Amenities for your Nocredlt.,Appl, screen
i 332Middlebu cash back at closing Jaguar Realty880-5886 Realty 80-5886* DR'S LAKE *family and friends. F1e orch, carport.Fla.Rm
acres, of small under l Jaguar Realty 880-585 dining, full health Firepl,$350OOo $298/mb
brush and pines to be 33ef leystonereigMarietta2/1 i N'slde3BR w/ large *BEAUTY!* Direct Line (904) 274176 clubswimming pools, 730ece
cleareld.Contact0Roge ranMePrk/sbonusErCgrEE n/.-tudki. 1/3acre1002.5 B kitchen w/island 5/3.5. 3 car gar, 400 steam rooms, jacuzzi,
Dutfield. 3B6-688-2045 3lsOrangePark bonus rm, granite kit, appU $108k463-0665 sfhuge master suite, deiu5ecurgar, tennis courts, fishing CLAYTON O0 No credit'
Clay County tie. ext 3 car gare rsi deluxecustomPrvard club house, unique 16x80,3/2,appl.,dis
338 Baker County w/wrkshp. preserve,.Will MURRY HILL3/lcomp uOpgaes aalol w/boatrampc&cwater 1Ifyou're buying, parcels from $169k washer, washer/dryer,
NEW BAkeAWYERy Co-Broker $750k 538-9909 renov. 1482SF. Must see 904.537-6835 appt. PCS.... Call uler -6 selling, membership. Dan atoCAr
3 uLAWYER? Pt nam County ownerp6ys a "''sing LnPerlogporrelocating, LandPro eeraties. 7380.
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AAA Attorney Referral Svc 340 St John's County GRANT MONEY cost 3337 Dellwood
800-733-534224 hrs. ~ St. AugustineB Up to $25,000 19K 2344755219-1234 OWN YOUR OWN $500 OR LESS GATEWAY MOUNTAIN NC DESIN 98. No DtN
344Sta Augustine Beacn t wwwaxgm anne Paxon Compelely TODAYl-3br, We help .JaguarRealty 880-588 3.77 acre homsite ith32x6 3/2,den. app, D
3bNassallCountyt Jagu-Remodeled531 y e llred5Watson Realty ful privacy andpetty fpl,patio, biglo .$3540
350 Waterfronty0 downch&a, welcome, 287-9255 BUY YOUR HOME WITH 9 Raty CorpSf sunset views.v$ad K. eq,$394mo. 730-8606,
State HOME Remodeled 4/2 Central.owrev8i-s385t0 $980adomes$Packages!
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365"Manufactured Homes call80u5D777 1 4/2.53 2.5 car gar, attach Call Mr. Lewis 783- 838F
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20Autins30InvestmentcreeWO SRldgeview schools: Professional Representation.
3R0 Auctions R30Investmento. RENTTOOWN-4/1 $234,900 904-813-6307
210 Estate Sales 36 Retiment Comm. 36 Intracoastal 3BR/2BA 1649 SF. .sRTOOSFOBAO CREDIT Do'tgtoEZaFunancNnp We w
210 Public Sales For Sale From the $150's. OK.407-736-8954 BY OWNER -3/2, 2 car Don't go-to that Builder or HelI 9alI Emma
Ask about Special gall brick home. Call For Sale By Owner a/one. 9o4-771-08 d
390 Real Estate Wanted 2228, hwd flrs, slit fpl, Finance Programs. HoIs 269-7761 0-n2You needysOm ner lo n g0 1 03/
fen yd culdesac $386,90W. 789135 326 Springfiel. House Sat- Sun 10- You need someone looking FLEETWOOD 19946,
904-223-5720, 703-2054 or DR'S INLET RESERVES -.6xir, f/2,aconvet,
NEWTIONSTRUCTIONo27t6005 New house on, pond. out for your best interestP i f, convent..
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5BR/3BA,$310K. Ker- HOMES BY TONEY $27,900.Forlistin study. leal_9d rt n carpet, vinyl 15k.
Ina Forest. 705-5797 CRC-057161 800-749-8124 x5437 Realty 699,5395 9 12-673-7950
FCCJ -DOWNTOWN CAMPUS 307 SanMarco Active Duty I Retired FuFLrW U o 0. 3,
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Precision Lathe, Lathe Enqine, Screw Cutting 310 Mn-334-1L9I Gd-washer,-washer,
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Hydrolic Copying Lathe Engine, Screw Cutting A 4/2 HOME When You B r X ond $6,800. 730.8606
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Lathe Engine Gear Head, Screw Cutting Lathe 8 1
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Heavy.Duty Brand Saw, SHP. Radical Drill w/Tilt w/FP=2 car gar.Many
Table, (2) Hand Speed Grinders w/Attachments, upgrades fenced back
Rotary Table w/Accessoyd 4 G Dividing Double Head rde$ tto: The Broxson Team
Swivel, Milling Machinew/Cross & Long~itudinal 288-4431 or 333-1061 .1
Power Feed, Dgital Readout & Right Angle Miling
Attachments Vertical Milling Machine Mill BEAUTIFUL lacre, all c/ '
w/Power Feed Accurite Milmate & 6" Vise, brick. 3/3.5, ingrnd pool.o 'Vo a Gimmick/ .impaj' a Gesture
LL den MUT B REOVE YJULw/hotbtub,,99,900. to showI our continuing support
TERMS. Cash or Approved Check. B
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plewlde, 3/2, apple. DW,
c.air deck, FP pvt lot.
$28K Exc deal .730 8606
FLEETWOOD 99.No credit
V. 3/2. appls,vinyl
shingle, roof. $2500eqg
$286mo. Call 730- 8606
Call 904-259 8028

have no credit, but
need a home? We can
pre-qualify over the
phone. I'm a poet and
dldnt know It. Call
Emma 904 771-9055 or
as 4.7%. Won't last
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new home. 904-.259-8028
Available For
First Time Buyers!
Taking All Applications!
CALL (904)225-1046
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Mlddleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $595 Mo.
Save Thousands!
Call 291-2735
3BR 2BA Doubiewide On
1.5 Acres In Jacksonville
$980 Down $580 Month
Call Mr. Lewis 783-8385
3/2. 1525sf+ over 2 acres
of land. Won't last!
$650 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley 8741862
or 291-3100
4/2, only $49,900. Free
move & set up 783-4619

Your fob is your credit
call now and get pre
-approved over the
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NEW 5/3, 2100 SQ.FT.
On 1 Acre. Buy for only,
$500 down, $750mo.
Call 477-4225 or Email at
OAKWOOD credit /
32x60 3/2,den, appl. DW
fpl, patio, big lot. $3500
eq,$394mo. 730-8606
Land Home Package!
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acres in Jacksonville.
$900 Down. $595 Mo.
CALL 291-3100
4/2 In Country!
Financing Avail!
CALL (904) 225-0222

Buy a new home now all
credit accepted and In-
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With Stainless Steel
Apple. and Berber Carpet.
Call Now For More Info!
on .25 ac $89K fin.
avail. 219-2919 or
W'SIDE Take over pymts.
4/2, fpl, beautiful. Lots of
amen. $675m. 535-5853
2005 1400SF house on 1/2
Acre lot with Big Trees
Wont last long $105,700
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Sumter Co., GA
96 AC $1,950/AC
Gorgeous tract
adjourning hunting
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SLt. Regis Paper Company, ULLC

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need work
Ea. Commercial Zoned
Lots $99,000 Ea. OBO
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$1100mo 904-294-2325
N'side Duplex 2/1's
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425 Manufactured
427 Mobile Home Lots
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ARL/S'SIDE-1 person Eff. F
Utils. incl. sec, cbl, AC,
no pets $465m+dp. Refs
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incid 642-3803

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Newly Remodeled Large
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newly redone, upstrs,
$695mo + dep 349-1111
N'SIDE Near 23rd & Main,
clean 2/1, $475mo +
$300 dep. 744-1570

Hr Northside $399
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Northside Sizzling
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Pelican Point Apts.
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Located $1050mo.Ca wl
Tracy at 904-334-8704
OP Natures Hideaway 3/2
1200sf new. w/d. pool
gated $900mo. 317-0821
quiet community, off
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sewer, laundry
included. $700 mo. w th
$700 dep Call 389-3559.
n Regency Area
1 Month Free
upstairs, $550mo + dep.
2223 Ernest St 716-7766
hwd fir, h/a gadr prk,
quiet & clean $725m+ %p
904- 962- 0441/268-0441
incredible living spaces
Call for appt
1100sf, fully equip kit,
newly renovated, conv
to busline, downtown
and mall, no pets,
$950m o. Call W.E.
Broker 727-7794

DR combo, carport, no
pets, $550 731-3518



LAKEDeerwood Montreux OD 1/1
garage, gated, W/D,
pets. Call 561-876-1008
3/2 on Lake! Granite kit
W/D, NO FEE. $1350/mo.
1st mo. + $1000 sec.
THE FIRM. 887-5778
Upgrd. $1350mo. 910-7036
lbr/lba, $1275mo + dep.

3/2 1 tory, townhome
$1150. mo. 904-635-7720
JAX BCH 3/2, pSt.N.
No dogs, ocean views,
$1600grv m. 477-4640
large LR/DR, Very nice,
$550mo. 904-219-1289
O.PK 2br 2.5ba pool,
close to orange park
mall, $800mo 269-0103

front, 3/2, gated, boat
slip avail, Summer
special $1350 534-1327
Venetian, APPR2/2+loft.
Gated amenities.
$1000m. 904-226-1700
Ortega Riverfront Condo
New 2/2, loft. $1095, incl.
full amenities, 8135010oorbas-
PVB/Belleza New 2/2,
ated w/acoen., apple ,
12904710- 338-92945692

PVB-Rent or buy, Grand
Cay 3/2+gar, 1360sq ft,
grf view. $1375/mo.
Nick 904-254-2672
RiversidontLakewood 3/2
grt view. $2000mo. 349-4144
AN JOSE 1/1 furnished
new pnt/cpt w/d on site.
$650+dp 904-923-9964

$650 & UP A MONTH
(904) 730-8060

SOUTHSIDE condo like
new, 1/1, Montreux-
WD, scrn lanai, pool,
fitness, indoor bas-
ketball court Ameni-
ties Galore. $925mo.
Avail 7/15 or 8/1
904 710-9294
S'SIDE 3/25h, Brand

S600dp+$1095m. 588331

SIDE -2/2 Waterront,
water, sewer, pest
cntrl, garbage. 757.289S

-hI Mayport, family

Call 912-577-1304

ut(ls, $2950m 626-1080

(004) 730-806

CoMns Ridge Subdivision
8411 Andes Drive North
3/2 1457SF $930
Fenced Yard/Avail July 15
(904) 730-8060

Lakeview @ Water mill
8252 Steling Drive
3/2 1422sf $1000
Available July 15th
(904) 730-8060

936eview @ Watermlll
9367 Prosperity Court
3/2 1741 $1150
arsh Glen Subdivision
9150 Camshire Drive
3/2 1600SF $1075
Screened Porch
Available Early July'
(904) 730-8060
eLantation Village
466 Sherwood Oaks
3/2 1449SF $1025
(904) 730-8060
kr immaculate 3 or 4br,
gar, den, ch&a, 1700sf.
pool. $1085mo. 465 3 30

420 Houses

1247 Brookwood Fores
3/2 $920
option to buy. 3/2, huge
bkyd, pool deck, prlv
fn=, sand bkprwcqulet
N'hood, pets ok w/dep-
$1295mo w/purch
towards dn pint, owner
holds mtg for Syrs,
$143.9k. Diane 214-9483
ARL -Neat I 3/2/2, fncd
yd, 1300sf, No Pets,
$980mo. 745-3366
ATL BEACH -3/2, 2 car
gar,awesome area, nr
beach, 1607 Unkslde Dr.
W. $1495mo. 219-6817
BAYMEADOWS -lbr, ba.
kit, den & porch,
$550mo Inclds utils,
CF & HAS BatdheIor Cottage
2BR $W Quiet. Pet OKI
Rots Req 778-2W
w/brk fplc, 2 car gar,
comm pool & rec area.
min. to mals & NAS Jax,
$1095 301-904-4221
4 Chrysler 5th Ave
1985 runs good
l.1cold a/c window
problems asking
900.00 or best offer call
E. ARL 3br/2ba, Washer
Dryer lawn service
$1200mo+ dep. 334-1992
New Rentalll 3/2,1531
sf, $1145/mo. 334-3845
a Fleming Island 3/2
S2 car gar, guard tub
J :lanle, 2200sf
$1350/mo. disc. for
long term lease. Call
Flem Isl RTO New twnhm
1643sf. garage, rent crd
avail. $1225mo. 233-3070
For rent 3/2 two
car garage corner
-llot fenced yard
close to town and
schools $1050.00 Marth
GREEN COVE -3/1, newly
remod 1131sf, heat/air.
$760mo. 272-3692
Green Cove Springs
ARAVA 3083 Seth Drive
4/2 1465F $950
(904) 730-8060
Green Cove Springs
Silver Creek
Three bedroom Models
to choose from $975 & up
(904) 730-8060
Green Cove Springs
Asbury Downs
3332 Citation Drive
3/2 1676SF $1025
(904) 730-8060
ICW/Windsor Park 4/2,
222Ssf, hwd firs, split fpl,
fen yd culdesac $1800m.
lawn serv 904-223-5720,
ICW -Ashley Woods, 4/2,
A School culdesac Ig
yd, $1295mro. 860-8050
ICW brand new, 4/2,
ready now $1495mo.
Call 537-6835
ICW -Kensington, 3/2,
1400sf, $1050mo. + dep
Jax. Bch 3/2 2 car
Sugar seabreeze
vl.,woods area. large
exec. home,
shaded lot, w/d $1350
mo annual call
JAX BCH 3/2, 2 car gar,
Irg, fenc'd yd, 1710
Azalea Dr 904-472-3767.
Irg immaculate 3/2 &
3/2.5, WD, Irg fen yd,
lawn serv. $1500 + dep
249-2428 or 285- 6283
JCP 4/2, 2cg culdesac,
fpl, ss apple, $1280m. 1104
Ajuga Ct. 858-405-1441
JCP 4br/2ba/2, $1350mo.
,FP Pet s, 2yrs new
avail Jul. 408-243-8552

8234 Rocky Creek
3/2 1841SF $900

7717 Westport Bay
4/2 1450sf $950

8153 Leafcrest
3/2 1800SF $1095
Available July 5th

9502 Staples Mill
4/2 1745SF $1125

11631 Tananger Drive
3/2.5 1440SF $795

4555 Misty Dawn
3/2 1530SF $1095

7980 Cherry Blossom
4/2 1600SF $925

4031 Arbor Lake
3/2 1783SF $1050

935 Collinswood
3/2 1691SF $1245
$999 1st month rent
MI 7/1

3408 Cullendon Lane
3/2 1227SF $975

2318 Townsquare
3/2 1114 $900

2998 Piedmont Manor
3/2 1612SF $1150

3694 Silver Buff
4/2 $1150

420 Houses

JuL Crk. Plant New 4/2,
Great schl's, must see.
$1275m. 904-742-6686
1car, 1463sf, all appl,
$1025m. 151 Southern
Bay. 904-333-1379
MAND 3/1, no pets, w/d.
1st & last mths, $9SOmth
util not Incl. Call 288-8422
10070 Hawks Hollow
3/2 1645SF $1015
(904) 730-8060
MANDARIN -2/2.5, TH,
LR DR combo, CH&A,
fplc eat In kit, on
pond, $850731-3518
1951 Calusa Trail
3/2 1475sf $950
(904) 730-8060
N.E. SIDE -upscale Vic-
toria Lakes, new home
2,000sf, 3/2 + ofc, A
Rated Elem Schl,
$1395mo $1395 dep. NS/
No pets, 502-5519
w/LR. DR, Den, eat- n. kit,
dbl gar near ocean
school s & Mayport Nice
area. $1300m+$l000dp.
1833 Leeward Lane.
904- 24- 2823/241-2020
avail 8/1. 3br/2ba, 2 car
gar,. $1325mo 751-3112
Laura St. 3/1, CH&A,
$799 759-5785
thorn St. 2/1, WD hkup
$725mo; 275 W. 62nd

9977 Lancashire
4/2 1745sf $1050
(904) 730-8060

2870 Centerwood Dr N
3/2 1540SF $985
$300 OFF
(904) 730-8060

Sheffield Oaks
3440 Brahma Bull Circle N
4/2 1745SF $1075
(904) 730-8060
Sheffield Oaks
3460 Brahma Bull Circle N
4/2 1745SF $1075
(904) 730-8060
NS/PEARL ST. 2/1, no
pets, hdWd/cpt, $750m
+dp. 683-9335/228-9590
N'SIDE -3/1.5, Patio, w/d
hkp new cpt, no deposit
704-516-4126 HUD ok
N'SIDE 3/2, 2car. ch/a,
2000sf, Irg bckyd, FLR &
DR. $115m. 924-8850
N'Slde-5/3,river view,
spacious, $1200mo ready
Immed. 904-766-3331
N'SIDE 6590 Sunset Dr.,
3/1. ch/a, newly remod,
$750m+$500d. 424-8520
NSIDE RTO 2/1, ch/a,
newly renov,
$550- 750m. 904-535-7461
NS-Large 3/1,Fenced
Yrd.CH/A. $710mo
call 334-4881
O.P./ OCS Wow! Grand
New & 3/4br on lake
$1150 Tara 954-227-0550
O.P. 2 story Colonial
In Old O.P. 2700sf, 4/2.5,
wood firs, fplc, heated
pool. $1750m0 269-7999
O.P. -3/2,1284sf, 2 car
gar, $950mo. O.P. South
Plantana Realty
904.591-1391/264- 2224
O.P. -4/2.5, Dr's Lake
access. 2498 Sylvan
Chase, $1250 268-7853
new,2400sf 4/3, lanai,
$1495mo. 505-3648

1353 Grove Park Rd. -1/2 off it mo
12003 Saverio Lane -1/2 off 1st mo
9W ML Arlington Ct
7800 Point Meadows Dr. #1338
7800 Point Meadows Dr. #1337
1922 N. Pearl St.
7701 Timberlin Park #537
1977 Riverbliff Court
3706 Oaks Plantation Dr.
2022 Camden Ave.
1050 Bela Vlsta Blvd. #132
6005 Bermuda Dr. 1/2 off rent
8723 Tristan Dr.
4535 Plymouth St. Just Reduced
4747 Plymouth St. Just Reduced
2874 Green St. 1/2 off 1st mo. rent
805 Cone St.
2217 Ernest St.
8114 Naramla Dr 1/2 off 1st me
4020 London Road
11152 Clovehill Cir. W.
308 Edwards St.
1734 Shore View Dr.
874 Poydras
13648 Canoe Ct.-1/2 off 1st mo
1463 BIscayn Ba New
1287 Bightom Rge Ct
331 East ChurchSt
1429 Biscayne Bay -New
1443 Biscayne Bay New
3104 N. Myrtle Ave. commercial
2224 Leomardo Lane N.
2368Wilmont Ave.
5630 Calvin Ave.
10217 Briarcflf Rd.
10728 Meadowlea Cir W
920 Saratoga
1362 W. 14th St.

3/2 $1200
3/2 $1200
3/2 $1200
3/2 $1100
2/2 $1100
2/2 1000
4/2 o1000
2/2 $1000
3/215 $

2/2 $1000

3/2 $1200

3/2 $1100

3/2 $
3/2 W
2/1 $250

3/2 .$1150
4/2 $1400
3/2 $1200

4/2 $1225

4/2 $1600
4/2 1550
4/2 1295
3/2.5 1175

3/1 $910

3/1 800
3/1 50

5046 Knights Bridge
2/2 912SF $675

523 Kevin Drive
3/2 1800SF $1050

5029 Fulham
3/2 $675-Fenced

5204 Rainey
3/2 1625SF $925

1585 B Vineland
3/2.5 1500SF $845

- 2753 Secret Harbor
4/2 1745SF $1050

11248 Spurline
2/2 1159SF $850

10848 Crosstie Rd West
4/2 1900SF $1050

6051 Maggie
Circle #101
3/2 1157SF $875

12377 Fisherman's WharfI
4/2 $1070

8992 Derrickson
3/2 1186SF $895

3904 Hideaway Ln.
3/2 12685F $875

1798 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350SF $875

1827 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350SF $800

3723 Alcove
r 3/2 1268SF $895

861824 Worthington
3/2 1383SF $1025


420 Houses 430 Roommates 550 Business
SUnfurnished _430 Rommate Opportunitie
O.P-StohnsRver ICW-$450mo 2/2, lux bNUa
O iP-St. Joens River. condo, JTB/ Hodges, FIRST COASTCLEANUP Lay
panoramic views, pool, Ym tenn, pool business, Includes va
1 acre, 2600sf, $1700mo. No trlrs, equip, for a 2 cre
264-1425.Realtor smk/petS, 234-5664 $10k/mo income. $29k. Ca
for details. 403-6895
4/2 1800sf, $240k or $425 -dp w/utils furn pri v FRANHCHISE SANDWIC
$1350mo. Will consider ba,w/d no pets. 262.1428 SHOPdrGas & con. co
lease/option or sale, d no laundry. All R.E. P
Open Hs Sun 571- 5234 MURRAY HILL Resp. 733-0880
Brand new 4/2 share my house.
1275MO.92 2936 $110wk incutil. 208 1726 Earn up to $50K P/T
1275M. 904291-2936 Call 904- 858-3310
OP Fleming Island, rageark-share Liquoricense, 4OP Duv
brand new condo 3/2.5 large 2s housesCountye, MC,0uv
single carpar'golit near blandngand C
cngre, par.lknight boxx, cable, all(9436917
uen i s 1200 mo, phone included. $325 + LOCAL SAILOR with
amenities$1200outilities. Also cozy home-base business
90 home near O.P. mall & opportunity that work
OP-FlemIng Island- expressway same rent Putyourbonustowor
Pace Island Exec home no smokers 612-6646 for you. $1995 one tim
4/3/2, on 1/2 acre & .0, orange Park- Share start-up fee.
lagoon. Gated comm. u lare 2-story home 877-791-7486 TP2263
oo tennisbasketball witpoo-$325 +until NEW CONVENIENT STOR
boat dock on Dr's Lake, Depep612-6646 FOR SALE-Save $$$.
(non-smoking). Also share Call 710-3184
561-339-178.1 or 4-acre horse ranch '-.
561-630-7792 Middelburg (same price) PIZZERIA FOR SALE
ORANGE PARK 4/2 hrd Roommates New Pinning area.
wd firs, credit chk, wanted 3bdrm, 2 904234435ng Roman
$950/mo. Call 673-4660 bth $400m + dep 4351 Romn
Arlington, 15 mmn
from Mayport close to
I U s 9 234-1652 Robert
-- M e g g s
"-1 I roommate, Dep $200,
$S00mo, 904-424-4454
ORANGE PARi SOUTHSIDE -NS, to share Education and
Brand New 3Bed/2.5 util nc, nr 9A, UNF, Training
Bath + Loft. 160lsqft.+- $125wk 571-2419
single car garage 1250p 600 Private Instruction
mo. + 1 mo. dep. Ready s Rooms 605SSchools
Oct. 1st Call Angie. @ 435 to Rent 610Specialty Training/
386-383-3891 _Events
Pablo Bay 4/3 lake, Argyle/Watermill. New
comm pool/ tennis home. Prefer Femrn. to rnt
$1995mo. 273-0125 w/same.$100wkly. 605 Schools
Pace Island 4/2- 2500sf 772.-8047 6pm-9p only
fen back yard. $1600mo. ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
+ Dep. Call 424-0300 w/Micro,. Refrig A TATI
PAL mco /A LO 2/2 7/ low daily/wkly rates EAL ESTAT
PALM COAST/AIA, Lg 2/2 10% off for wkdy ratm
/2 w/Den, tennis, pool, 10% off for wkly room
bch/ICW $1200m KINGS INN 725-3343 1 Week Day Class July 2
94655962 8 Week Eve Class Aug
904- 654- 5976/262-5584 Superior Instruction
Paxon, Newly remod N'side/E'side www.myfreLcom
3/1 Potomac Ave. $75.-$110/wk, Free wk (904)269-2555
$700mo + dep. 879-9702 avail. Tony 616-5736 Florida Real Estate Insti
PONTE VEDRA BEAC H 4' Room For Rent, 700 Domestic
CounItry IlvIngIntie Ti Quiet country 700 Domestic
Cty28 Rsoe Blvd v usettlng. all utilities
j 13 laer ,Ssee Pl: Include furnished
www.102325.rennclcikcom unfurnished $375.00 Housekeeper/Caregive
O199Smo 285-1403 monthly Chip and Tina Baymeadows area.
$19912-.882- 3506 Honest, Dependable.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH G Room for r ood Refs. 642-9003
SAWGRASS PC gated 4 Room for rent Gd e
3/2tile WDsc orch, month 2 month A NANNY needed f
fp fencedyard pets 30 0 all utilities military family
ok. lawn care incl'd near NAS JAX call A u tcusb
$1300/mo. 904-273-6269 Sandy 908-4016 mid-ecenabe
678488459 Live-in (preferred) (
678-488-4595 Sofa Sleeper and live out. Two children
PVB/Fiddlers Marsh3/ / Ioveseat, cream age five months an
yPVB2/.romm ape/ten, V with gray, black two years. Som
$1375m. 352-514-1848 and rustprint, weekends and over
$250. OBO 779-7327 night required. Cand
PVB -3/2.5. 1800sf+. scr WESTSIDE -Norm date must have vail
pch comma pool/tennisW -Normandy driver's license; infar
$1295mo Cal 887-6288 Village, fully furn CPR and first aid cer
C $120wk. Call 65-7256 tification; personal an
PVB 3/2.32 Capecod. work references- expi
E. ofA1A, 3blksfrom Beach/ rience in childcare
bch, fncd yd, hdwd firs Vacatini Salary and benefit
$1900m 904.940.7258 4 0 Vacation/ negotiable. Contact

SANJOSE/Bolles -3/2 #14366 A
den, wood firsogar Account Specialist
14o0sf no pets, $950 OCEAN FRONT CONDO, Leading Software Co.
3639 Coronado 731 1599 St.Auustne$9wk. ingtow ace
SAN MARCO 3/2 + bonus Team. Must have Car
1650 sf, Ig kitchen, Dealership knowledgC
Indoor w/d. Call 683-6967 Beach Home including accounting,
San Marco Beautiful 2/1 Rentals Fax Resume 354-6332
Remod. 1760 Davidson PRINTING
St. $900mo. 662-0943 NEPTUNE/Ocean Front CUSTOMER SERVICE
San Pablo-Near inter- 4/2.5,2 c. gar, balcony, Knowledge of printing
coastal,San Pablo Fp, $2500mo 386-0303 business required mu;
Rd.3/2,all appl,1400sf, be multi-tasked an
lyr lease, $1275. 477-3193 ea self-motivated fax c
a a email resume to Der
SANS SOUCI nr Memorial ise 904- 262- 7340 (FAX
Hos 3/2, 1 car gar, denise@gregallens.cor
1650sf, totally reno- m ___ _
vated, $975. 710-1666 705 Financial

3910 Grand Central Place Commercial
3/2 1441 SF $1025 Real Estate 100% FINANCING;
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP ( 7aInteret rates as low a
(904) 730-8060 500 Commercial/ 3.99%: For your free
Southsde Industrial for Sale consultation please call
7801 Pt Meadows Dr#3307 SCommercial/ Cindy Chiodini,Foremos
2/2 1200SF $1095 Industrial for Rent Inc. We specialize in
Pool included In leasel!l 507Commercial/ Residential, Commercia
904FEDERATED MGMT GROUP Businesses for Sale or construction
(904)730-8060 510 Retail/Office Space properies. Call Toll
SOUTHSIDE CONDO forSale ree: 1-866-370-5261
3/2.5. great views, S1SRetaiVlfflceSpace
scrnd lanal, gar, nr forRent 706 Accounting
Tinseltown, Rent ____ Bookkeepin
Source 981-9191 Commerciale
S'SIDE- 2br/lba, all new, C mIndustrcial/ W Mteel..f.r ..lire
ch&a, lrgyard,$600+ 5U5 Industrial
$SOOdep. 904-398-4132 For Rent Entry level for acctg
consulting firm. Degree
S'SIDE New 2/2.5 Twnhs preferred. TABS3 exp
garae, no pets, off 210 BEACH/ UNIV -2600 bldg, plus. Must be profess
975mo. 904540702 5 offices, 700sf ware- and able to multi task
house, prkg 10 cars, Fax resume 287-0592
ST. AUG. Johns Creek $1800mo. 710-1666 FC BOOKKEPER -fo
new brick 4/2 /2 Exc. FC DUUKER -fo
schwsb comm 4// gm REGENCYAREA- samill office. Quick
ctr. $1495c9042303gym New Ofc/Wrhse, 1500SF- books & Excel exp nec
ctr. $1495. 904-230-3414 Call 813-6242 Fax resume 260-1375
St Augustine Florentine
beautiful 3/2 brand Businesses Driver
new, $1350mo. Call 507 707 Driver
434-8424; 904-887- 9691: For Sale
4/2/2,mLuxurious 2100d s OWNER OPERATORS
Comm amenLitioe2500s Area $45k obo Serious Needed immediately fc
pool 2/2 Lakefront and inquiries 904-626-9470 a 0-400 mile out & bac
doc. SAWGRASS, open PRESSURE WASHING work from D an
andlarge.RAntSourcSuttles Jacksonville I
large. RentSource BUSINESSFORSALL- &/or Terminal. Most
981-9191 equipment. Trailer oranmuice, long terr
ST. NICH -3/1, new cpt, re/many X-trasTa5-mo stea yworkt pSa
tile, kit cab. appi, Acct. Tranrsferable preat equipment See
$850mo. 463-4912 $7800obo 904246-5797 n CaurWanbew at
WESTSIDE & NORTHSIDE 800-l733-n3262
2 3 or 4br, $600-$1400. Office Space
FRtEE LIST 19 Homes. i515 For Rent
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WESTSIDE -3/2, Ig den & ARL Office/retail space DRIVERS NEEDED
kit, no pets, $950mo + prime loc. Ideal for smp Local work, home
dep. 772-1781 church. Andy 477-2288 nights & wknds
new carpet, good cond. Multi. User Office Space Positions, call
$875 mo+dep 783-8666 Waterfront Property. 443-7377 for instant
Westslde CALL (904) 384-6151 interviews!
8234 Rocky Creek W'SIDE OFC SUITES from
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Available Late June!l svc. Util A Jan. incl.
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP Scott or Tom 384-3666 Are you a Class B
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westslde Retail Do you need full
8425 Windy Pine 525 Rent time work?
2/2 960SF $640 SMeFohaRent5e furk?
TownHome 1/2 month free We have 5 full
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP SPRINGFIELD 750SF, retail time positions to
(904) 730-8060 /office, remod, 347 E. fill. Hazmata
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Westside parking 234-4852 PLUS/not a
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ch&a, 20 mln. to NAS.10 565Money to Lend needed NOW!
Mins to Dwntwn. Nice or Borrow r
neighborhood & yard 570 Mortgages Bought Cal-l GPC Driving
$875mo. 724-316-6311 and Sold 443 7377 bor an
W'SIde -4/1, $875mno Instant Interview
pets,nice neighbors. Hazmat a PLUS
338-2416 550s Business SIGN ON BONUS!
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wall carpet.WS-3/1,957 machines. 352-213 910 7265
Huron St $825
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707 Driver

Needed immed. 2 yrs
exp reqd. Benf inci:
health dental, dis-
ability, fife, 401K & pd
vacation Apply at JB
Coxwell Contracting inc
6741 Lloyd Rd West
786-1120 EOE DFWP

drivers, concrete mixer
exp preferred, FT, Must
have CDL & safe driver
history. Great benefits
with a growing CO.
Starting pay rate var-
ies with exp. & is
reviewed in 90 days. We
are a drug free work-
place & EOE. Apply in
person East Coast
Concrete 100 Truss
Plant Rd. Kingsland Ga
Join Aaron's Jacksonville
deliver/install furniture
Paid traid training, benefits
bonus stop pay Clean
MVR & criminal bkgrd
NO Sunday
Apply in Person
7038 Beach Blvd
9493 Lem Turner Rd

Cash paid nightly.
$10-$15 per hour.
Apply : 12200 San Jose
Blvd (260-0030), Calla-
han (879-5211), 11565 N.
Main St. (757-0303),
7020 Beach Blvd
(724.8046). Fernandina
(277-2200) Flex hrs

Beat the heat?
Looking to make
$500-$800 this summer
Put away that pic and
shovel. Come drive for
Jacksonville's finest
transportation com-
pany! Relax in our
air-conditioned, late
model fleet.
Be your own boss, make
your own schedule!
Para transit and shuttle
drivers also available!
If Interested call
TIm Collins 355-8294

3irbra e proDare
deliver, ApI a 312711
Dunn Ave

DRIVER- CDL reginril.
nome, nighl.
FIa[oed .-r Van. Si.' nr
- depends or. evp
A pI. in person at Pallet 3722
6r.gnr Ate. J3i or call
735 6561
CRETE approx $40K+ yr.
800-656-8018 DFWP

CDL B, clean MVR, min 2
rs exp req'd. RO exp &
knowledge of city pref.
Great work environ-
ment, pay & bnfts.
Apply at 6507 W. Bea-
ver St. btwn 8am-4pm

For Roll Off truck. Drug
Test required. Starting
pay $11/hr Call 696-7843
or 696-9708
license. DFWP
Apply at Gulfside Supply,
2649 Rosselle St, W'side.

Class A/B w/tanker local
781.8903 10a-2pm M-F

CDL-A, 2 yrs exp.SE
region, home nights &
wknds. 904- 358-1322.

Drivers CLASS B
Apply at 2240 Dennis St
2 yrs food deliver exp.
helpful, $9.25/hr. review
after 3mo's bring MVR if

Minivans Professional
Transportation, Inc.
is seeking full and
part-time drivers for 7
passenger mini-vans
for on-call work. Drug
screen, clean driving
record and 7 yrs. driv-
ing exp. req. Please call
1-800-471-2440. Ref-
erence Loc. #108 Equal
Opportunity Employer


If you are an experi-
enced driver or school
graduate we can get
you home almost
every day. Call to find
out about the oppor-
tunities. $1000 sign on
bonus for drivers with
one year experience.
Recruiting bonus, new
pay package & full
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, I. 32209
(904) 764,4516

Westside-CDL Class C
Must Have Experience,
Salary Range $10-$12
drug test required,
some weekends,
needed immediately.
Good driving record
required. Apply @ 8300
Beaver St. 781-4818 or
Fax Resume 783-3197

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Night Tractor Trailer
Must have X endorse-
ment w/ 3 years exp.
Friendly Staff Many
loads, lots of work
Full Benefits, Money to
be made Let's Go!
Call 904/757/5001

707 Driver

CLASS B CDL. Exc Pay &
Benefits. Great Work-
ing Environment, Come
Join The Seaboard
Team!! Apply at 445
IGP. 904 825.0991
For young & growing co.
Dependable, energetic
& trustworthy. Must
have 2 yrs exp. with
vans & flatbeds. Less
than 6 points on MVR.
Start $12/hr+ DOE. Fax
resumes (904)353.0712
or complete an appli-
cation at any Work
Source location.
OTR Regional, Must
have CDL Class A,
2 yrs T/T exp.
Home every night. For
trips over 100 mi,
.90/loaded, .72
unloaded Call
904-598-2683 safety
Westside-CDL Class B
License -Dependable,
Previous experience
SHelpful. Salary Range
$10-$12 some week-
ends. needed immedi-
ately, Valid driver's
license & drug testing
required, AA Septic
Pumping. Apply @8442
W. Beaver St., 781-9156
or fax resume to
*;- =l ram'I I] -: JL ,m
Top pay. Full time Ben-
efits. Call S&W Materi-
als 714-7070

Route Driver
Amasonsseeks hard-
working dependable
drivers with Class A or
B CDL Our trucks have
AC, AT, stereo, & air
ride seats. $30K+ per
yr w/OT pay, med, den.
ret. plan, pd vac, uni-
forms. Apply: 130 Col-
lege Dr. .P. or fax res
to: 904 272-0775
Class B alrbrakes apply
2815 Powers Ave
Equip Operators, Exp
prefd Top pay 751-1587

BoaEsso America Corr,
tar inrermoaal
equipment ae-pot
heaoquart-r,-d -n
Lroui,-anaP i 3e-king a
Tank Mtecnhnc for it.,
Jacksorville Terminal.
Candidates should
have a high school
diploma and welding,
sheet metal and tank
repair experience.
Chassis experience a
plus. Apply in person,
1827 E. 30th Street
South, Jacksonville, FL
Exp Preferred Heavy
Hauling & Flatbed.
Good Pay 384-7670
class D, B & A no felonies
benefits. ASAP Towing.


Work When &
Where You Want
Only Gator City offers
state of the art tech-
nology for the safety
of our drivers:
GPS Trackidng
On-board Camera
Computerized Dis-
Come work in the
high- tech world of
taxi service where
safety is priority.
Must be at least 23
with a valid Drivers
493-5200 (Jax)
249-6289 (Bch)

709 Aviation

Responsible for super-
vising the daily
operation of a 121 A- 300
and B- 727 air carrier.
Must possess a 4 year
degree in aviation or S
years equivalent work
experience, with
management experi-
ence/exposure. Must
possess FAA Part 121
dispatch license. Must
be able to work holi-
days and weekends. All
candidates will be
subject to a 10-year
background check and
all phases -of the
DOT/FAA drug pro-
gram. Resumes maybe
e m a i I e d t o:
30 hour position, could
possibly lead to a full
time position. Primary
function is executing
processes associated
with operational con-
trol of company air-
craft. Must possess a 2
year degree in aviation
or 4 years equivalent
work experience. Must
possess FAA Part 121
dispatch license. Must
be able to work holi-
days and weekends. All
candidates will be
subject to a 10-year
background check and
all phases of the
DOT/FAA drug pro-
gram. Resumes may be
e m a i I e d to:
Equal Opportunity

709 Aviation

Immediate opening for
licensed QC Inspector
in Jacksonville, FL in
support of USCG
HITRON Program at
Cecil Field. Minimum
Qualifications: FAA A&P
and IA license, 5 yrs.
Exp. as helicopter
inspector plus 5 years
exp. in turbine heli-
copter maintenance.
Must be able to work
2nd & 3rd shift. We
offer excellent paid
benefits, pension &
401k. Email resume to or
fax to 215-281-136 EOE

710 Industrial/
i'i A Trades

Min years experience.
Call 260-0464

installers & residential
change out installers,
Must have clean MVR.
Great pay, excel bnfts.
Call Amy 378-1499
Busy shop. SS. Good
benefits. 725-2649

Auto Glass Installers
Lee & Cates Glass is
looking for exp install-
ers who wish to work
for the leader in our
industry. Low turnover
exc benefits. Send
resume to HR Ra
904-355-0131 or cal
Bob @ 904-354,4643.
for Swimming pools
Exp'd. Must have vaid
CDL, benefits avail.
Fax resume 272-6633
Min 5yrs exp in Euro
cabs. Top pay. Needed
Immediately 434- 0860.
Ability -to quote cus-
tomers, general home
repairs. Tools, truck &
ex req. Ready to make
PT/FT. 268-1133
W'5ide. Arg,le. OP area
Tools & [ran5 a must
MEN. for Custom
Homes Easy going Co.
DL, Trans. toos req.
Paid vacation &Hol
days. 707 4648
FRAMERS. Benefits -
Lots of work. M-F,
7-3:30 262-3181

Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
CARPENTERS- high end
remodeler seeking
detail oriented trim
carpenter. Exp in resid
remodeling a must.
Must have own tools &
transpt. Background &
drug check req'd .
Steady work & ben-
efits. 387-0770
area, w/tools & transp.
Call Karen 904-777-5775
References, & Honest!
(904) 642-9003

Earn $1000/wk.
Call 904-298-3301
Clay County Utility
Authority has an
opening for a Certified
Wastewater Treatment
Plant Operator. High
school diploma or GED
required. Starting pay
14.64 hr. with excellent
benefits. EOE and drug
free workplace. Send
resume to Clay County
Utility Authority, 3176
Old Jennings Rd.,
Middleburg, FL 32068
Attn: Human
Resources or e-mail to
train. Great pay+bnfts.
Must have valid DL.
757-7217, 800-396-1217
Pools, spas, electrical,
A/C, plumbing, drywall.
F/T 40 hrs wk. P/T
20-25. F/T, benefits.
Only experienced need
apply. Background
check required. Please
fax resume to the
SGrand Reserve Condo
at 904-992-4645.
Hanger/Framers & Fin-
ishers for Interior Con-
tractor. Journeymen &
Helpers 904-591.8898
Finishers, Helpers w/
exp. & transp. 708-4947
Comm/ resid Exp req.
Exc benefit pkq incl.
retirement, paid holi-
days & vacations
all 721-4044
American Electric
8751 Atlantic Blvd.
FOREMAN to handle
everyday work load for
underground cable co.
Experience a plus call
Kevin 904-237-0942
Must be certified
operator. Prefer bkgrd
with moving boats in
marina, Stable person
with gd refs. Exc pay FT
job w/benefits. Fax
resume to:
904-388-4534 or Call
Ben 388-1129

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who wish to work for ETTE AT 724-4001 OR Commerc
the leader in our We are currently FAX YOUR RESUME TO 5310Ne
industry. Much work to increasing our work- 724-6690 Jacksor
do Send resume to HR force and seek Phone4
@ 904 3550131 or call qualified personnel Fax (9
Bob@ 904 354-4643 forimmediate hiring. FAMILY PRACTICE -
HEAVY EQUIP. OPR.- Medical Asst. Front OFFICE H
SUPERI NTENDENT SHIP Desk PT 731-7650 office c
w/exp for recreational SUPERINTENDENTS typinl
field parks & sitework SHIPYARD FRONT OFFICE MEDICAL skll9l
construction co. Call SUBCONTRACT STAFF for Busy E&T Call 9
813-6926 &/or fax COORDINATOR office in Org Parkwith OFFICE
resume to 399-1579 PLANNERS, at least 1 yr experience compute
JR.ENGINEERS in medical environ- Gen o01
PENTER & HELPERS 904-269-6505 books isn
864-6684/864-6685 We offer excellent person
pay and benefits FULL TIME PHYSICIAN anet,3
LAWN TECHNICIAN- with including health F ASSISTANT Jax. orc3
exp only. Good pay& dental life, cancer & Experience a plus
benefits DFWP vali L disabity insurance Experience a plus, PERSON
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reimbursement benefits. Fax resume to Must bi
(904)730-7029. efficient
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Tampa, (800 F3365 ARNP/PA PRN for ER
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712 Mechanic to 904-7
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Evening Shift DIESEL MECHANIC FAX (386)496-1611 & Jr
with Industrial Mainte- Massage
Come see what we re nance and Electrical LPN with experience formoti
all about and expe- skills. Must have own in home health care. & outgo
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in our beautiful hr. Benefits Available tram P.
facility. Experience in EOE/DFWP MASSAGE THERAPIST- &/Or Par
floor care preferred. 904-765-8110 x207 or 0. Mandarin busy able. I
Chiropractic office, plan.-
Stop in or fax a FIELD TECHNICIANS Must have prior exp e-mail
reSume: 413 Lenor Qualified, for an Call 262-9444 fax (904)
sume: 4813 enr expanded & growing resume 262-3750 cli
Avenue, Jacksonville, construction co. Great massa
FL 32216, FAX benefits. Please fax OPERATING ROOM SECRET
(904)332-4548. EOE. resume 904-268-7479 NURSES P/T Or
or call 904-268-4400 seeking RN's for plastic Office Fa
surgery center, only
For Property MECHANICS NEED. Exp resumes to 285-3931 or F
Maintenance Company. heavy truck mechanics, call 285-7202 730
Honest, Good References Competitive pay &
(904) 642-9003 benefits opportunity OPHTHALMIC ASST Exp.
for advancement. Refraction skills pref.
OFFICE MGR Will man- FirstLease Inc. Dr. Jones. Fax 355 7840 BARBEI
age office for Ige floor- 4371 Sportsman Club Rd. email resume MgmtC
ing contractor. Must 9046959915orfax wages, t
have strong org & comp 904-695-9649 Client
skills and prior flooring PATIENT SUP
to multi-task. Email MECHANIC FT openings in S'side & I
bcrwder@hamwayfloor'ing.con, for local plant in Starke, Family Practice/Peds San Pablo
FL. Qualified & exp'd in office. Day and evening W'side 98
PAINTERS, LABORERS, Loaders, Dozers, hours available Fax St. Johns &
Excellent pay, musthave Excavators & Con- resume to 722-4271
transportation. struction Equipment.
Call 726.5661 or249-8147 Large company, good
bayb benefits. Call RBHS, MHRC and 732
PAINTERS & HELPERS Melvin or Clint collect MHCJ havethe fol-
Transp. & tools nec. 337-474-6650 M- F 7a- 4p low p unie
call 626-3878 737- 7715 MECHANIC HELPERS available immedi- Cutl
Military veh. exp nec. ately to people who Techno
PAINTERS 3 yrs com- $9.50/hr 732-9300 want to make a dif- oportPu
mercial exp. req'd. FT, ference in the lives of T e CI
PT & weekends posi- MECHANI others: Sheriff
tions available Veri- MECHANI. accept
fable refs. DFWP. Navy Exchange/Naval Chare RNS tions for
S. David & Co. 6367788. Station Mayp ort is 10r System
seeking a Full Time and Great Diferential trator. C
PAINTERS w/exp experienced (ASE FTDays, Evenings, and/or
FT/New construction. Certified) Mechanic. Nights, No Weekends exrerier
9048382767; 259-7931 Clean Driving record & recitred isrering
License a must required server (
PARTS PERSON -Needed Competitive compen- Charge RNs 2003) ai
for AC & Appliance co. station & excellent Baylor Certific
Computer exp pref. but benefit package (Med experier
will train. Call Ed or /Dental, Life, Disability Weekends only. FT Exchang
Crystal 737-0750 insurance, 401k w/ benefits tas BE, (
_______ __ company match McAfee
r Retirement, paid Mental Health Techs produce
ir.poelayer vacation, sick leave, FT, PT, all shifts, migratii
PTlLyE holidays & much more. direct care Director
Hillman. Tatlamn, Fax resume w/salary Experien
Laborers, Good history (904) 242-3255 Security Officer R AID
benefits, health baup
dental. od iolida' 5p.S5a,7 days on, backup
Vac, 401K BODE FW S MECHANICS 7 days off temsiare
FLORIDA ROADS Corporation, due to
10439 Alta Drive enlarging our fleet, we please call 743-1883. Benefit
e i eFree
714-0041 x106 have immediate open- FT portions offer ben. Startii
ings in the mainte- efit PRN RNs and LPNs, $29,000'
nance department for
PLANT MAINT Diesel Mechanics and MiTs always welcome, catPio an
APPRENTICE-entry Trailer Mechanics. Full Apply in person orca (9
level position main- benefits and competi- 4 ,Fy) Deadline
taking airport facility tive pay. 3 shifts 0M 30 2005
buildings. 32 HRS/wk available. o al res to
$7.50/R + Benef to Commercial Carrier Corp RBHS, Human Resources,
start 641-8555 5310 New Kings Rd 900 University Blvd.h North,
Mr.Johnson Jacksonville, FL 32209 Suite 700 (Ith ior),
PLASTERERS- Exp'd 888476649 Jacksonville, FLs351,
must pass drug test & EOE. Drug Free Work axreslt743-5109.
bkgrd checc., own Place EiE., DoRut. FREE Bartender
trans p. Call Bill Sanford WOEKpOLYCto and
Needed. At least 3 yrs
PLUMBER experience in maint. RESPIRATORY THERA Breakfast
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for Navy Exchange, Trailer & body repair exc pay. Jacksonville apply 83-
NAS Jacksonville. experience Jax and area Pleasefaxresume O.P
Two years commercial- Palatka openings. Top 904739-8949
type experience, dollar for right persons. CASHIER P
F/T Days & hours vary Call Kurt at 334-2859. RN FTir & PT Orange Park M-F,
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with experience.. No wknds no shifts 7933 Bayn
Excellent benefit ok. 714 Insurance Faxresume Call
Fax resume to -77.7183 904-276-4462
NexConm Personnel Attn: Clinical Director CSC
Bldg 554, NAS JAX EOE C
SETT is looking for three, Day/Nigh
warranty) Needed. GOOD PHONE SKILLS front office medical GOLD CL
Excellent benefits BE DEPENDABLE receptionists. We have
nackae. Abnfly at CALL JEAN OR TRACY three office locations,
C.W.WOOD PLAMBING (904)332-0715 Westside, Mandarin
1328 Romney St and Beach Blvd.
12ont____~_______ Minimum of 1 year
Prdu in 715 Management/ Fax resume to
Production Professional (904)260-5724 oremail
Laborers hnedrc:rascan rp. l
Manufacturing plant IW`;7'I .hI'kl7FF. r4l'R.t4Ui dc
has permanent full National Firnn seeks Mgr
-time positions for tor 100 Unit w. tax 724 Educalion
production laborers, credit on the Westside. __724 _____
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the industrial/manu-
facturing type envi-
ronment required.
Starting rate of
$10.30/hour with
opportunities for
Excellent benefits
including 401K and
paid health, dental
and vision. Apply @C
Worksource or fax
resume to (386)
325-0584. Drug Free
Workplace EOE

Manufacturing plant
has permanent
full-time positions
for production weld-
ers. Welding test
required. Pay rates
range from $12.57/
hour to $15.16/hour.
Excellent benefits
including 401K,
health, dental and
vision. Apply at
Worksource or fax
resume to : (386)
325-0584. Drug Free
Wo lace EOE

For Pittman & Sons
Concrete pay based
oni exp. Transp
allowance & good
benefits. 731-8178
ext 25 fax 737-4078

exp. Call 786 6279.

Trans & hand tools nec.
2 vrs exp rea Top pay
Call D3s.d 3869647
FInTER with experience
Great team, good pay,
Fax resume to EJCON
Corp 904 766 0625
for Interior Contractor
Long Term. bnfts Ph.
477 9437 Fax: 268&8995
TILE SETTER Exp'd, for
warranty/ repair work.
Call 904-810-7065
Apply in person
between 9am -2pm
Must have reliable
transit Day & night
shift DFWP Manning
Building Supplies,
11155 Philips Parkway
Dr East
With exp. Some electri-
cal & pump exp. req'd.
Must be willing to learn
all phases. Fl Lic. w/
Class D endorse. req'd or
must be obtained. OT &
on-call req'd. Full ben-
efits pkg. Pay based on
exp. Call Tom at

711 Marine
S Trade
ERS Call Sea Tow, St.
Augustine 904 824-9969
CERT. TECH Mercury &
Volvo. Suzuki 0/B exp.
bnfts;Blanding 777-1383
Mayport. Fl. Req's 2 mo's
to 5 yrs exp. in pwr tool
surface preparation, &
coating applications via
spray/brush. Com-
petitive pay & benefits.
Send resumes to:
BAE Systems Maritime
Engineering & Services,
P.O. Box 330629,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
Tel: 241-9377;
Fax to 241-7750 oremail

Tax Credit req'd w min
2yrs manager exp.
Exc. compensation pkg
including major
medical & dental, etc.
Fax 61488M0711. EOE

Director seeks indi
vidual to help run and
oversee area office, il
not earning $600/wk
call 733-9421
well established ano
fast growing business
Excellent benefits
Please fax resume to
openings in Mayporn
area. 2-4 yrs exp
ROLMS, computer sys
bkgd req. Ordnance
inventory exp desired
Send resume to GStel.
Inc 1100 Madison PIz
Chesaleake VA 23320
fax 757-436-6842 or EOE

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421-7610

I RBHS has the follow-
ing openings:
Masters Level
Elementary school
w/children prel.
Case Manager.
BA/BS in Human
Services Entry Level
Emergency Ser-
vices Evaluators.
BA/BS t 1 yr experi-
ence ;n diagnosis
Apply in person
(9ain.m4 p.m., M- F only)
or mail resume to
RUNS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. Nrth
Suite 700 <7/1i Floor), |
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743-5109. |

respected Fleming
Island portfolio man-
ager seeks sales sup-
port/client service rep
with extensive trust
dept or warehouse
experience serving the
affluent. Soft-sales/
asset gathering skills
and iron commitment
to ethics, timeliness,
accuracy, and compli-
ance required; top
benefits & comp.,
uplifting environment
and unlimited career
Potential for right
ard-working candi-
datelooking for a
long-term fit. E-mail
r e s u m e s to
GATOR for investiga-
tion firm. Local work.
Collage Grad with
criminal justice and/or
military background.
$30K-$35K Travel req'd.
Fax res. 847-683-7418

720 Medical
avail FT hours. Must
have medical exp.,
strong computer &
telephone skills,
friendly & energetic.
Fax resume to 757-0107
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Call 399.1110

737 Real Estate

Progressive RE co. looking
for energetic commercial
transaction broker. Entry
to mid-level exp. req'd.
Comp. sal. & ben.
Send res. and ref. to
or fax to 904-224-0022. No
calls please. DFWP

740 Retail
SALES No exp nec,
Great attitude a must!
FT & PT, Jax & St. Aug.
areas. Great pay,
health bnfts. pd vacs.
Call 904-814-3004 or
fax resume 386-986-4278

745 Sales
$80-$150k. Email
resume/ sal req.
Needed for AC &
Appliance co. Exp'd and
hardworking. Call for
more info. Ed or Crys-
tal 737-0750

We are looking for
* Sales
* Auto Technicians
* Lot Managers
Apply at either location:
1120 Cassat Ave.
904 695-9595 or
3552W. Beaver St.

Work Phone #

Name (please print):

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745 sales

Compensation consists
of salary and incentive.
At least 3 years sales
experience essential.
Prefer experience in
service type business
or military recruiting.
Positive attitude &
spirit. High energy level
necessary. Great ben-
efits. Background &
drug cks. Immediate
opening available!
Company has been in
business for over 50
years. If you meet the
experience minimums
be good to yourself and
FAX your resume with
compensation needs
to: Tulsa Welding School
Jacksonville, FL
FAX#(904) 646,9467

CLOSERS. Vacation
Club. Call 904,472-5653

Growth career for indi-
vidual to enroll Florida
& Georgia high school
seniors in welding
training at the largest
accredited welding
school group in the U.S.
Individual provides
high school presenta-
tions describing the
benefits of higher
education and career
opportunities in weld-
ing and conducts
evening and weekend
presentations in pro-
spective student
Compensation &
Base Salary
I incentive Compensation
SMedical, Dental, Vision
S401K Retirement Plan
SVacation & Sick Pay,
SSection 125 Plan
SPaid Training
STravel Expense Reim-
Ideal candidate must be
high energy, results
driven, strong commu-
nication skills and have
ample sales experi-
ence. Background
check and drug test
mandatory. FAX
resume & compensa-
tion requirements to:
Tulsa Welding School
Jacksonville, FL
FAX# (904)646 9467

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We are looking for 8-10
people to fill positions
in our promotions depot
No experience neces-
sary. Paid training.
Benefits available.
Call Monday 10 am 4
pMr. Jac Ask for
Mr, Jackson 904- 730 3100

Nat'[ mfr of plastic
drainage & water
mgmt products is
recruiting for a Sales
Rep for the Jackson-
vile mrkt. This
position is respon-
sible for the growth &
cont'd development
of this sales territory.
A min of 3-yrs direct
sales exp is required,
along w/ strong
computer & time
mgmt skills. A BS
degree in Marketing
or Business Mgmt, or
equivalent exp is
essential. Experi-
ence w/ concrete,
metal pipe, PVC, or
HDPE products &
construction indus-
try knowledge would
be extremely helpful.
We offer a competi-
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benefits package. If
you are a strong
communicator w/ a
desire to excel,
please send your
resume, w/ siry
requirements, in
confidence to:
Hancor, Inc.
P.O. BOX 3737
Sarasota, FL 34230

747 Telemarketing

CLOSERS. Vacation
Club. Call 904,472-5653
comm, start today,
earn $75k/ yr. 272-7825

75ch Technical/
7 Engineering

Asst. Supt. for
Gen. Const.
Need exp. Asst. Supt. for
air terminal renov. proj.
at USN Base,
GTMO, Cuba, thru 10/05.
Salary neg.
Call: 904-317-5605 Fax

Component Level
Bench Tech w/ Video
RF & Digital; CATV a +;
Fax Resume to

Scientific Research
Corporation has elec-
tronic technician
positions available in
Charleston, SC!
Technical Skills
Demonstrated skills
within the mainte-
nance, repair, and
troubleshooting of
communication equip-
Preferred Skills: U. S.
Navy rating of Elec-
tronics Technician (ET)
or Cryptologic Techni-
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Assists in design, fabri-
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testing of electronic
on-site installation,
troubleshooting and
testing of company
products and equip-
If you meet these
qualifications, please
apply on-line at or
email resumes to, Job
Code ISS 579.
Scientific Research
3860 Faber Place Drive,
Ste 100
North Charleston, SC
Fax: (843) 740-3337
Equal Opportunity

Drug free, good driving
record, salary depends
on exp..will train,
Florida Pump 269-0202

752 Warehouse
is seeking energetic,
detail oriented indi-
vidual for fast paced
warehouse. $8-$10/hr +
bonus program & ben-
efits. Requires some
heavy lifting. Exp a plus
but will train. Mon-Fri
9:30-6 or 7:304. DFWP
call Pam Wright
904-584 0108

for Pallet shop. Start-
ing @ $7.50/hr piece
work avail. Apply in
person at Sunshine
Pallet, 3722 Bright Ave,
Jax. or call 735-8581
for Distribution Center.
Will work with shift
supervisors to assist in
training, work on
projects to improve
operations. Exp with
Lean Six Sigma a plus.
Send Replies to: BP
6981966 C/O The Florida
Times -Union, One
Riverside Ave., Jack-
sonville, FL 32202
with exp. Apply 600
Whittaker Rd. 696-9775
Apply Marons Furniture
11173 Beach Blvd.
Call 641-0822

753 Security
Must work any shift &
weekends. Pay rate up
to $10/hr if qualified
Apply at 7999 Philips
Hwy, Ste 305, Jackson-
ville, FL 904-737-4949
Drug screening req'd.

Security Service
$13.00/ hr
8am-.4pm M- F
National Security Com-
pany has an immediate
open for a Security Ser-
vice Representative in
the Jacksonville, FL. area.
We offer competitive
wages, opportunities for
advancement and excel-
lent working conditions
in a professional busi-
ness environment.
Weekly Pay/ Medical/
Dental/401(K) Avail. Free
Life Insurance
H/S Diploma /GED and
valid driver's license are
required. Must possess
current Florida State
Security License and be
able to pass drug
screening and back-
grounds check. Cus-
tomer Service Oriented,
good work history.
Please Fax Resume to
(770) 449-7032

Full and Part Time
Immediate Interviews
$8.50/ hr for training
$10.00/hr after training
National Security Com-
pany has immediate
opens for Security Officer
and Security Supervisors
in the Fernandina Beach
We offer competitive
wages, opportunities for
advancement and excel-
lent working conditions
in a professional busi-
ness environment.
Weekly Pay/ Medical/
Dental/401(K) Avail. Free
Life Insurance
H/S Diploma/GED, valid
driver's license and
security license are
required. Must be able to
pass drug screening and
backgrounds check.
Customer Service Ori-
ented, good work history
and willing to work
various hours a must.
Please Apply:
M-F am- 3pm

753 Security

$795/wk. Paid travel.
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALL 1.888398 8903

755 Miscellaneous
Self starter who takes
pride in work & goal
oriented. Team player,
EPA certified. Manda-
rin Apt. complex. Call
737-4881 or Fax resume
to 730-3339
Cable TV Installers
needed in Jacksonville
Fernandina &
St. Mary's GA.
Truck or Van Reqd
No Exp. Necessary
Call Virtek at 739-7690
Ext 105 or 125 EOE
KEEPER- FT, benefits.
Apply in person:
6920 Lonestar Rd, Jay
Victoria Park Apts Fa
resume to 731-3475 or
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4083 Sunbeam Rd
CLIMBER with exp &
Near for Big Ben's Tree
service. Call 641-1131
$10-$14/hr delivering
the local telephone
directory in the
Jax/Mandarin area.
Call 888-285-5861
VEYOR repair & instal-
lation .welding &
fabircation FDL,bgrd,
checked, drug test, Fax
resume to: 356-6728

Date Submitted:


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755 Miscellaneous

Cash paid nightly.
$10$15 per hour.
Apply : 12200 San Jose
Blvd (260 0030), Calla-
han (879.5211), 11565 N.
Main St. (757-0303),
7020 Beach Blvd
(724-8046). Fernandina
(277-2200) Flex hrs
Cash paid nightly.
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Monday 421-2097 xl
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Irrigation 759-0422.
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Own transp. No main-
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Thursday, July 14th
Registration @ 6:00 p.m.
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4670 Salisbury Road
Jacksonville, Florida

We will also be at this location on on Friday, July 15th from 9:00 4:00 and on Saturday, July 16th.

Gulfstream is currently seeking:

Structural Mechanics
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A & P Mechanics
* Electrical

Airworthiness Inspectors
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2 r condition $25 904R228era0240id e large dres sersmal GUITArofe S Taylor 712,$300 a 904-317-959 300 9 o 4 1220 Eq
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area mother of 2 cands after 5 P 64 x7770 ToSee Cal 1te 904-465-286 BUT NO CASHo & at e control sys. 179 42 u e rabbits W97eeks Marine 387-14402 fulyself
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$600Ca wL oas 291 CARsuv olO1.25R 2" 52 x4S"Hx7scD $50. inefo contact Jackie 616 o 20 352-572-0428 904-226-1700
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1230. S'upps 1300 Motorcycles 1325 Automotive 1335$2000 or Less 1340 Tr s
1989 Gulfstream t 2000 Many upgrades, '98, ST. only 68k forSpecialOlympicsFL GMC Yukon XL
Sunsport 28' great 1 garagee kept, better t Iw/new tires, V6. July 18@ 10am. See ad G20C Yukon XLod
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condtonisleeps deal must see $5000.00 call fully loaded, $4500 OBO condition 40K miles
five pricednbelow 241-1398 285-7041 CHEVYCORSICA'94Cold third row power
market value 7500.00 AC, runs great, must sell, everything aksing
OBO 904.509-6686 KAWASAKI NINJA Ford Escort LX needcash$975.389-7700 $26,500 call 693-3596
ETUZXOR 04 1000CC Wagon '7 88 m
4B27 ADVENTURE Black, extras W n$2,800 06B DAEWOOILANOS'00. Grt GMCYUKONXLSLT'03
RIVERSIDE TRAILER no (904)318-33 transportation, must sell TV/DVD, loaded mmac
4 ,'05- ueen walk damage 3200mil es, d us need cash$1275. 389.7700 low miles, must sell
oun.Udbleep arage kept9000 odFcusDODGE 150PU84 $24,845.Call3897700
room, sofa, excellent 904-536-4295 very cleannew AT72K mi bod 4,
condition. $513,500. rimsrotorspads. $500. 276-5095945 6
213-9590 4. Kymco scooter 52k miles.Call Paul HONDA CRV
2002, driven less 620-9357 FORD MUSTANG -'84, V6, '97. $5995. 771-9100
'u .than 200 miles. AC AT, new tires/
er cuean helmet FORMus M94con brakes, runs and drives HONDA ELEMENT LX '04,
included, call 994 7506 120K mi. ATV6. V.AC. like new, cony. $750 1 owner low milage.
cudu c 0 09 loaded topneedsowrk obo. Call 374-6949 $15,900. Call 476-383
Suzuki GSF1200'05 $2700 obo 386-752-0572
y-/ very low miles, 352-476-6090 FORD TAURUS'86 Must
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tHO A Josh 912729-7350 FORD MUSTANG 98 need cash $435. 3897700 St#1298A $11,988
HOUSANDS Must Sell Moving from good d. 112k mi TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
area$4800. 904- 6456839 JAGUAR XJ12'91 Convt.TOM BUSH UTO 3714877
NEW =-SuzukI-Hayabusa FORD MUSTANG-'02 Blue, 45Kmil, needs TLC
S20023200miles St#F409A&alternator.$1,25Call JEEP CHEROKEE 96. 4x4,
ON NE t -1 exhaust, TRE, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 904.288-6426 low mi. must sellfast 771-9100
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