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Air Show
See the 2006 NAS Jax
Air Show Program
Inside This Issue


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NAS Jax celebrates Navy birthday

By MCI(AW) Toiete Jackson
Special Contributor
Sailors and civilians cele-
brated the 231st anniver-
sary of the Navy at the
annual Navy Birthday Ball held
at Hangar 116 Saturday. With an
inspiring speaker, music, a gour-
met meal and a replica of the
Statue of Liberty as you walked
into the dining area, it was truly
an evening to remember.
"This is a great celebration,"
exclaimed NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson. "NAS Jax is a huge
diverse military community. It is
a great opportunity for all of the
commands, active duty military,
reservists, retirees and civilians
to get together and celebrate our
common ties with the U.S. Navy."
Master of Ceremony NAS
Jacksonville CMDCM(AW) Chris
Green started the evening off wel-
coming all branches of the armed
forces and reading a message
from the Secretary of the Navy
Dr. Donald Winter, which set the
tone for the night.
"Tonight, we honor those who
have served so proudly in the
past, those who proudly stand the
watch today and those among us
who are the future of the Navy,"
stated Green.
After the parading of colors by
NAS Jax Honor Support Team
and the invocation by Chaplain
(Cmdr.) Michael Mikstay, Green
conducted the two-bell ceremony

Hispanic heritage

celebrated at

NAS Jacksonville
By MCI(SW/A W) Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor
he NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural
Awareness Committee brought the
festive sounds and tastes to life dur-
ing the Hispanic Heritage Luncheon at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club Oct. 12.
The national anthem was delicately per-
formed by Tiffany Richardson, a 12-year
old flutist, who is the granddaughter of
NAS Jax Security Manager Noemi
The event began with opening remarks
from NAS Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson. "For more than
35 years, the United States has annually
celebrated the rich history and cultural
traditions of our nation's Hispanic commu-
nity. We do this not only to express our
deep appreciation to Hispanic Americans
for their countless contributions to our
society, but also to allow those of us from
other backgrounds to gain a better under-
standing of our nation's distinct diversity."
"Since our nation's founding, Hispanic
Americans have played an integral role in
our country's exceptional story of success
and today, the Hispanic culture continues
to shape the American experience. Their
contributions reach into every walk of con-
temporary life and like all Americans,
their customs, traditions and history in
this country are indelible parts of the
American story," he continued. "More than
42 million Americans are of Hispanic ori-
gin. Of these, more than 43,000 are Sailors
and civilians serving honorably with the
United States Navy."
The guest speaker was Martha Valdes-
Pellino, chairwoman of Jacksonville's
Hispanic American Advisory Board. "It is
an honor and a privilege to be here today. I
am grateful and thankful that the commit-
tee has asked me to represent the Hispanic
community today."
During Valdes-Pellino's remarks, she
focused on the great strides that the

Shave fought for for decades,"
remarked Best. "I don't under-
---- stand all of the hyphens we as
Americans use to separate our-
Photos by MC1 (AW) Toiete Jackson selves."
AG3 Horace Mai of Naval Aviation Facility Command, and retired CMDCM Bo Peters cut the Navy birthday cake His speech ended with a stand-
at the NAS Jacksonville Navy Birthday Ball Saturday. As part of past tradition, the oldest and youngest Sailor ing ovation. Guest Joanne Parra,
attending the Navy Ball are given the honor of cutting the cake. wife of Lt. Cmdr Frank Parra of
to honor missing and fallen com- the podium to introduce guest son on United States presidency Wing-11, stated, "I've been to five
rades. "We are here to celebrate speaker retired Rear Adm. James and the establishment of the Navy balls and he was the best
sea and air power through the Best. His message touched on a Constitution and ended with his speaker of them all. He was a
people of the United States Navy series of topics that captivated views on the hyphenated down-to-earth, Southern guy with
- our Navy," said Green. his audience's attention. His American. "Being an American is
After dinner, Dobson took to speech began with a history les- a way of life and pride that we See NAVY BALL, Page 12

'Tinstix of Dynamite'

to perform at air show

Photo by MCI (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Guest speaker Martha Valdes-Pellino noted in
her speech that more than 125,000 Hispanic
Americans have proudly answered the call to
serve in the Armed Forces and the nationality
represents 10 percent of the military today
which are the largest numbers in U.S. history.

Hispanic community has made through
the years. "It was estimated in 2005 that
there were approximately 42.7 million
Hispanic-Americans in the United States.
In 2002, there were 1.6 million Hispanic
owned businesses that generated 222 bil-
lion dollars in revenue," she said.
"The United States has a rich history
that goes back more than 220 years.
Hispanics have always played major roles
in building this country and making it a
better place. From the Revolutionary War
that freed the United States from England,
to the Persian Gulf War, Hispanics have
proudly served this country in the Armed
Forces. Throughout history, Hispanics

See HISPANIC, Page 12

By Staff
TMhis year's air show
will be an explosive
experience when Jim
LeRoy and Jurgis Kairys
perform their volatile
"Tinstix of Dynamite" aeri-
al demonstration. LeRoy
from Missoula, Mont., and
Kairys from Krasnojarsk,
Siberia, turn pyrotechnic
fun into aerial excitement
in a full-bore air battle.
LeRoy flies the Pitts
Bulldog while Kairys takes
to the skies in the SU31
"Kaibutsu." Both will per-
form individually in addi-
tion to the Tinstix of
Dynamite aerial demon-
To learn more about Jim
LeRoy and his Pitts Bull-
dog, visit his Web site at
For photos, movies and
other interesting facts
about Jurgis Kairys, visit
his Web site at www. For more
about Tinstix of Dynamite,
go to
Other performers appear-
ing with Patty at this year's
Air Show include:
U.S. Army Special
Operations Command Black
Daggers Parachute Team
Manfred Radius Salto
Sail Plane
"Sizzlin Liz" in the P-51
U.S. Navy F/A-18
Super Hornets
Kent Shockley Super
Shockwave Jet Truck
Gene Saucy and Teresa

Stokes Wing Walking
U.S. Air Force F-16
Demo Team
U.S. Air Force Heritage
U.S. Air Force F-15
Demo Team
U.S. Air Force A-10
Demo Team
Jim LeRoy & Jurgis
Kairy Tinstix of Dynamite
Patty Wagstaff in the
Extra 300

Capt. Dale "Snort"
Snodgrass F-86 Sabrejet
P-3 Orion and S-3
Viking flight demonstra-
GEICO SkyTypers
Frank Ryder Oreck XL
Fat Albert (Jet Assisted
Takeoff (JATO) launch -
Saturday Only)

See AIR SHOW, Page 12

TOUCHING Haunted Woods challenge coming up

AThe th annual Haunted Woods event will be held tomorrow and
B A S E Saturdau from 7-10:50 p.m. in the woods off Yorktown Avenue. It

is a safe alternative for children on Halloween.
A walk through the woods of NAS Jax can conjure up many scary
scenes for a child and it attracts children of all ages.
iVj The cost is $2 per person and all profits benefit the Youth
Activities Center. For more information, call 778-9772.





2 ax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006

Looking back in time.


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Hey, MoneyMan!
I recently saw a huge
article in the newspaper
that said one of the payday
lenders was no longer
making the loans available
to military personnel.
They said it was because of
Department of Defense
restrictions and if we
thought this was wrong we
should contact our Senator
or congressional represen-
I have not ever taken out
a payday loan, but I have
some friends who have and
they got into big financial
trouble. What I don't
understand is if these
loans are bad for the mili-
tary, why aren't they bad
for everyone else?
MoneyMan Sez:
They are bad for every-
one. What you saw was
not an article, but a paid
advertisement from the
president of the largest
payday lender, Advance
He stated that they were
"respectfully and voluntar-
ily refraining" from mak-'

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ing loans to active duty
What he did not say is
that the U.S. Congress
recently passed a restric-
tion of 36 percent APR to
all loans to military per-
sonnel and military fami-
Even though 36 percent
is very high, it is. still
much better than the 390
percent rate or higher they
currently charge for their
loans. I think the ad was
damage control, pure and
simple, and that they are
hoping the law is not
extended to include every-
I hope they are wrong.
No one who is in need of
financial assistance should
ever pay triple-digit inter-
est rates. There will
always be better, less
expensive solutions.

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

We're looking for runners
The Jax Air News staff! will be covering the January
2007 Walt Disney Marathon and 1/2 Marathon Jan.
6-7. If you are a Sailor, Marine, Reservist,
Department of Defense civilian or family member partici-
pating in these events, contact the Jax Air News at 542-
4877 or 542-3531 or via email at

National Disability Employment
Awareness seminar slated

C commander, Navy 'Region Southeast Human
Resources Office is sponsoring the following train-
.ing: Leveling the Playing Field Through
-easonable Accommodation: A Guide for Supervisors,
vianagers and HR/EEO Practitioners.
This training will be held Oct. 25 from 8 10 a.m. and
ioon to 2 p.m. at the VP-30 auditorium.
For more information and registration, call Yvonne
3urleson at 542-2284 or Louise Webb at 542-2407.


You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass

Sunday -

S:15 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass


Job title/command:
NAS Jacksonville Weapons

Hometown: Saco, Maine.

Family Life: I'm married and have three kids
and am adopting another little girl.

Past Duty Stations: HS-11, USS John F.
Kennedy, AIMD Mayport, HSL-40

Career Plans: I plan to complete my college
degree while on shore duty, stay in the Navy 20
or more years and get my helicopter's license.

Most Interesting Experience: Scuba div-
ing and hang gliding in the Philippines.

Words of Wisdom: Stand up for what you
believe in and for your faith, even if you stand

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Job title/command:
Assistant Hazardous Waste
Manager, NAS Jax
_7j Environmental Department

Hometown: Lore City, Ohio

Family Life: I have five children and a won-
derful girlfriend.

Past Duty Stations: Retire Navy. Favorite
place was VP-4 in Barbours Point, Hawaii.

Career Plans: To continue to grow and
learn in my career field.

Most Interesting Experience: Being a
pit man on a friend's drag racing motorcycle

Words of Wisdom: Love your family. In
the end, they are all that you've got.

11 a.m. Protestant
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m.. and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor MC1 (SW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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'Nightdippers' at sea again

Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006



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We will double deposits
up to $1 0,000"
and pay all closing
costs* on any Drees

Home purchased
October 31, 2006.

Photos by MC2 Miguel Contreras
Above: A HH-60H Seahawk assigned to HS-5 conducts plane guard for the Nimitz-class
aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) during flight operations Oct. 5.
Below: ADAN Damian Gomez and AN Robert Aidrete of the HS-5 "Nightdippers", con-
duct an anticorrosion wash down on a SH-60F Seahawk helicopter aboard Nimitz-class
aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) Oct. 7. Eisenhower is currently
deployed in support of maritime security operations and the global war on terrorism.





A great family event featuring
top civilian and military
Gates open at 9 a.m.
Show begins at 10 a.m.
Free parking and admission.
Open to the public.
For more information, please visit








4 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006

Jacksonville USO to host

65th Anniversary Gala
From the NAS Jax USO
The Jacksonville USO will celebrate the 65th
anniversary of its founding with "Thanks for the
Memories," a variety show and gala Nov. 4 at 7:30
p.m. at the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts
Moran Theatre.
Ed McMahon will serve as the honorary chair of the
event joining Event Chairs Kitty Crenshaw, Kitty
Martinez and Grace Nelson.
"Thanks for the Memories" will be an action-packed
Bob Hope-style variety show combined with video
vignettes of USO history. Song, dance and a little bit of
_ comedy will evoke the
style of the various
decades covered by the
USO's years of service
in Jacksonville.
Currently planned to
join in the fun are humorist Jim Villers and a number of
locally renowned performers including a cappella trib-
ute by the nationally award-winning Metropolitans, the
Motown sounds of Natural Truth, the dance talents of A
Social Affair and the Americana music of Patriot Sound.
The gala will cap a daylong series of activities to
honor armed forces members including a motorcycle
ride starting at Alltel Stadium and ending at The
Jacksonville Landing with food and musical entertain-
"The USO has been quietly serving the needs of the
military community for 65 years in Jacksonville," said
K.C. McCarthy, executive director of the Greater
Jacksonville Area USO. "This show gives us a chance to
celebrate those years, honor our armed forces and raise
funds for the continued expansion of our work in the
Sponsorships for the event which include tickets to
the VIP reception are still available. Tickets can be pur-
chases by logging on to For
more information about sponsorships, call the USO
Jacksonville office at 778-2821.

HS-75 holds change of command

From HS-75
mdr. William Pevey
relieved Cmdr. Paul
Reinhart as com-
manding officer of HS-75 in
a traditional change of com-
mand held at NAS Jack-
sonville Sept 23.
Pevey is a native of
Rockville, Md., enlisted in
the Navy in 1985 and was
trained as a nuclear quali-
fied machinist's mate. Three
years later, he was accepted
into the Naval Aviation
Cadet Commissioning pro-
gram and Aviation Officer
Candidate School. He was
designated a naval aviator
and received his commission
on July 10, 1989.
Pevey's first operational
aviation tour was flying the
SH-2F with the HSL-32
"Invaders" in Norfolk, Va.
While at HSL-32, he de-
ployed during Operation
Desert Storm on USS
Pharris (FF 1094) and in
support of Counter Drug
Operations in the Carib-
bean and Eastern Pacific
oceans on USS Capodanno
(FF 1093), as well as
numerous short deploy-
ments on Atlantic Fleet

Cmdr. William Pevey Cmdr. Paul Reinhart
warships. gram manager for Com-
In 1993, he was accepted mander, Helicopter Wing
into the Navy's college Reserve from 1999 to 2001
degree program at Old in San Diego.
Dominion University, and During this tour, he
received a bachelor of earned a graduate degree
mechanical engineering in global leadership from
degree. In July 1995, Pevey the University of San
accepted redesignation as a Diego. In August 2001, he
Training and Administra- reported to the HS-75
tion of the Reserve officer "Emerald Knights" at NAS

Jacksonville for another
aviation department head
tour and as squadron offi-
cer-in-charge (OIC).
His next assignment was
as.helicopter program man-
ager for Commander, Naval
Air Force Reserve in New
Orleans, La. from June
2004 to September 2005.
During his tour in New
Orleans he performed a six-
month tour as OIC of
Commander, U.S. Navy
Central Command detach-
ment Baghdad, Iraq in sup-
port of Operation Iraqi
Freedom. In September
2005, he reported back to
HS-75 as executive officer.
Reinhart's next assign-
ment is to Naval Reserve
Chief of Naval Operations
CAPS Assessment, Wash-
ington, DC.

NAS Jax establishes

hotline for evacuations
From Staff
AS Jacksonville has established a hotline for serv-
ice members, Department of Defense employees,
contractors and their families to call during an
emergency that warrants evacuation such as a hurricane.
Evacuees can call (800) 849-6024 to check in with the
base upon arriving at an evacuation destination and to
verify if the order to return to the
Jacksonville area has been given.
They can also e-mail the NAS
Jacksonville Emergency Oper-
ations Center at nasjax.eoc. to relay their sta-
tus and ask for assistance.
Please keep in mind that the
hotline will not be staffed by cus-
tomer service personnel and only pro-
vides recorded information. It cannot be
used to check on weather conditions or locate friends or
family. The hotline number and email address are for use
during times of emergency only.
. Emergency information will also be broadcast on Cable
Channel 118, which is run by NAVAIR Depot Jax. This
channel will run continuous information regarding the
hurricane conditions and evacuation guidelines.
For more information, contact the disaster preparedness
office at 542-5595.

Resident satisfaction

survey being distributed
From the NAS Jax Housing Office
A resident satisfaction survey will soon be distributed
to all NAS Jax base housing residents and resi-
dents of the Yellow Water Housing Area. The sur-
vey package will include a letter of introduction, the sur-
vey, a pre-addressed/pre-paid return envelope and a com-
ment card.
This survey is part of the housing office's performance
assessment program and participation is crucial.
Cooperation and candid responses of residents will help
improve the housing office's service to its customers.
For more information, call the NAS Jax Housing Office
at 542-2996.

Keep eyes on road, hands on wheel
From Staff
rivers, don't forget to use your hands-free device if
talking on a cell phone while driving. Those
caught using a cell phone without such a device
will have three points put on their base driving record and
must attend a driver improvement course.
Point accumulation can cause your base driving privi-
leges to be suspended.
Three points during a one-month period driver
improvement course.
Six points during six-month period suspension for 30
12 points during one year or 18 points during two
years suspension for at least six months.


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6 lax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006

Hospital Red Cross

volunteers honored

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
More than 90 Naval
Hospital Jacksonville
American Red Cross vol-
unteers were honored for their
invaluable service at the annual
Red Cross Volunteer Apprecia-
tion Luncheon at the NAS Jack-
sonville Officers' Club Oct. 12.
Guest speaker was Naval
Hospital Jacksonville Command-
ing Officer Capt. Raquel Bono.
She was joined in thanking the
volunteers by NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson and Northeast Florida
American Red Cross Chief
Executive Officer Jack Morgan.
The Red Cross' theme is
"Prepare Today, Ready
Tomorrow," a perfect compliment
to the Naval Hospital's goal of
being "First in Service" and Navy

Photos by HN LeeAnn Lowman
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Chair-
person Helen Donahoe accepts a
Red Cross Letter of Appreciation
from Capt. Raquel Bono, hospital
commanding officer. Donahoe has
been a Red Cross volunteer for 33
medicine's goal of providing
"World Class Care . Anytime,
Anywhere." The hospital's volun-
teers have contributed more than
13,000 hours of service so far in
2006. The volunteer's cheery
smiles and familiar Red Cross

smocks can be found throughout
the hospital. They bring their
enthusiasm to clinics, laborato-
ries and the pharmacy as well as
driving the parking lot shuttle
cart and even delivering reading
materials and cookies to patients
on the wards.
Each volunteer was presented a
Red Cross Letter of Appreciation
during the ceremony in order of
the number of years they have
served. The longest, serving Red
Cross volunteer at the hospital is
Josephine Dombroski who works
in the pharmacy: The Red Cross
also presented Bono with 'a
plaque recognizing the hospital's
partnership with the Red Cross.
The hospital public affairs office
also received a plaque from the
volunteers thanking them for
their support.
Bono told the volunteers how
grateful she is for the time, effort

Capt. Raquel Bono, hospital commanding officer, Capt. Chip Dobson, NAS
Jacksonville commanding officer (back left), and Northeast Florida CEO
Jack Morgan present a Red Cross Letter of Appreciation to Thelma Trutna.
A 24-year Red Cross volunteer, Trutna is a familiar face in the hospital

and compassion they provide the
hospital's beneficiaries, her staff
and she personally.
Bono said she not only knows
she can count on them to provide
friendly service to customers but
also to keep her up on what they
hear from patients about the care
and service they receive. She
said that although she's learned
some things from them that need

her 'attention, most of what
they've told her has been very
positive and it gives a lift to her
Helen Donahoe said volunteer-
ing at the hospital is "a privilege
and an honor." "All our volun-
teers are diligent and faithful in
doing their work. We are 'a fami-
ly.' I thank God I'm a volunteer,"
she added.

Pleasure really does matter

By Chaplain
t.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel

H er husband was a-
golfing extremist...
"fanatic" better
described him. She was a
weekend golf widow. One
-morning at the breakfast
table, she just let out her
feelings: "I'm sick and tired
of being left alone every
weekend! If you think you're
going to play golf today
you've got another thing
coming. And, if you play
today you'll find your bags
packed and waiting for you."
"Oh nonsense," replied the
husband, as he reached for
the toast. "Golf is the far-
thest thing from my mind.
Now, would you pass me the
nine iron I mean the but-
What is it about pleasure
that can drive us to
extremes? Some of us can
become immersed in the
pleasures of personal hob-
bies. Our hobbies can
become addictive to the
exclusion of other very
important things. In fact,
anyone of us can become
totally absorbed in pleas-
ures to the negation of any
sense of responsibility.
Such is the influence that
personal pleasures can
sway over us.
Epicurus was a Greek
philosopher who lived 300
B.C. He taught that noth-

ing exists but
atoms and space.
These atoms are
always in the
process of form-
ing new combina- i
tions or new mat-
ter. Epicurus
maintained that ,
when a person
dies his personal-
ity reverts back
to atoms and goes'
on to form new Cha|
combinations. (Lt.) Joe
Therefore, he believed, that
matter is all that exists and'
that this life is all that
: Consequently, man needs
to make pleasure and hap-
piness his chief aim in life.
Humanity's chief aim
should be to avoid pain and
indulge in as many pleas-
ures as possible. "Drink
and be merry, for tomorrow
we die." If death ended it
all, why not indulge the
flesh. Indeed, Epicures can
be identified as the first
true hedonist.
Hey, what do you take
personal pleasure-in? Does
pleasure matter. to you? It
should. Should a responsi-
ble person indulge in pleas-
ure? Certainly. .
The preamble to our
Declaration of Indepen-
dence, framed by responsi-


ble, God-fearing
states that we
have been
endowed by the
creator with life,
liberty and the
pursuit of happi-
ness. How we
interpret "happi-
ness" or the pur-
suit of pleasure
will greatly
determine the

extent to which priorities
are made.
It doesn't take much of
an astute observer to notice
the effects of over-indul-
gence in our society. In
many instances what con-
stitutes a proper definition
and application of pursuing
happiness seems to' have
run-amok. Is there a bal-
ance? Yes! Can one be
responsible and experience
pleasure in life? Absolute-
ly! To be sure, experienc-
ing happiness and the
pleasures of this life are
totally compatible with the
good life that the creator
has given to us.
Our freedom in experi-
encing the pleasures of life
must be seen in the light of
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8 JaX Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006

Pluggie, the fire hydrant, a big hug at the Nav.
Exchange Courltard Oct. 10. Pluggie was on
hand to help education people about fire pre- ........-
vention. NAS Jax Child Development Center Education Technician Sandi Nissen

leads a group of toddlers to check out one of the base's fire depart-

ment trucks.

Keeping people educated on fire safety

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer

g AS Jacksonville Fire Prevention Division personnel assisted by the base fire-
fighters were out spreading the word about fire safety in the home during this
year's Fire Prevention Week activities. Fire Prevention Week was established to
commemorate the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 that killed more than 250 people, left
100,000 homeless, destroyed more than 17,400 structures and burned more than 2,000 r
ao th lre gThe theme for this year's Fire
Prevention Week focused on cooking
fires which is the leading cause of home
.fires and injuries.
,.. The Fire Prevention Division person-
nel and firefighters spent many hours
last week educating the public through
static displays, lectures, and demon- w
stations such as how to use fire extin- u
guishers and smoke detectors. They
also held numerous unannounced fire
evacuation drills at various buildings
on the base in an effort to increase fire
prevention and safety awareness.
"We are visiting different areas
Fire Inspector Robert Winchester provides some aboard the base because we want peo-
information and a fire hat to Jessica Keef and her ple to think about fire safety this week Fire Inspector Doug Williams gives a short brief to employees in Building 919 after a fire drill
daughter, Lauren at a booth set up in the Navy and throughout the year. We really Oct. 11.
Exchange Courtyard Oct. 10 to promote Fire want to emphasize that kitchens are.. Pluggie, the fire hydrant, a unique remote-cuntrolled device that talks, spins, blinks it's
Prevention Week. the No. 1 place that home fires start. eye and sprays water. t
And, most cooking fires occur because "We are out here this week because it's Fire Prevent ion Week. Fire Prevention Week
of unattended cooking. People should never leave food cooking on the stove unattended," should be all year, but we set aside this week each year to coincide with the anniversary
explained NAS Jax Assistant Fire Chief of Prevention Charles McCoy. of the Great Chicago Fire. We provide information about fire safety and the importance
Last week's events began with an open house at each fire station that ran throughout of preventing fires," said Fire Inspector Robert Winchester. "The theme this year is
the week and a static display at the Navy Exchange Courtyard where Fire Prevention 'Prevent Cooking Fires, Watch What You Heat!" Cooking fires are" the No. 1 cauge of
Division and firefighters passed out information on fire safety and answered questions house fires in the country and by promoting this theme, maybe next year the number of
about the fire fighting vehicle on display. They also promoted fire safety awareness with these fire will be reduced if we can educate people."
v- ---. .. The Fire Prevention Division and firefighters also visited the NAS Jax Morale,
_________ Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Department Youth Activities Center where ,they gave
S ".-. the children a close-up look at one of their fire trucks while they explained each part of
M IX' 7-.1the truck and what it does. The children excitedly asked questions as they learned about
'A.%..5 all the gadgets and tools a firefighter uses. Firefighter Mike Brewer also put on his full
.., fire fighting gear to show the children what he and the other firefighters wear during a
, ~ ~ ': fire. Brewer explained to the children that if they should see someone dressed like him
.. during a fire and they are still in their house, to call out to him for help.
t, '. ""i'' I learned that you dial 911 when you see a fire and if there is a lot of smoke in the
.'" :.- house, you should crawl out. And, if your clothes ever catch on fire you should cover your
i ...... k:"" face and stop, drop and roll to put them out. The firemen are teaching us to know what
. to do if there is a fire," said 8-year-old Raven Jackson.
They also visited the Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Children's Ward to promote fire
safety and to pass out information and red fire hats.
At the NAS Jax MWR Department Child Development Center last Thursday, firefight-
ers,taught the children that they should never play with matches or lighters and
stop, drop and roll during a fire and to call 9-1-1 should a fire occur. Firefighter Alan
:Sarge demonstrated the gear firefighters have to wear to stay safe and allowed several
I. 'children to try on his suit.
During the week, Fire Prevention Division personnel and firefighters conducted
. ", numerous unannounced fire drills at different buildings around the base. After each drill
a brief critique was given on the results. "When the alarm sounds, don't worry about


Fire Inspector Doug Williams talks to a group of toddlers at the NAS Jax Child Development
Center Oct. 12 about how important a smoke detector is as Pluggie, the fire hydrant, assists.

(Left) Randy and Joan Halley learn some fire prevention tips from Pluggie, the fire hydrant.

Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006

Fire Inspector Doug Williams teaches children at the NAS Jax Youth Activities how
to stop, drop and roll, to demonstrate how to extinguish a fire on their clothing.

NAS Jax Firefighter Mike Brewer shows a group df children from the NAS Jax
> Youth Activities Center what a firefighter looks like when fully suited up.

FIRE PREVENTION: Receptive people

make for successful week of education

From Page 8

your things, just calmly get out of the building. If you are in an office building,
never use the elevator because you will be trapped in an elevator if there is a
fire. Also, if you work in a sensitive area, it is your responsibility to secure
everything witfhiri 30 seconds and exit the building. Once outside, muster in a
designated area to ensure everyone made it out safely," said Fire Inspector
Doug Williams to a group of employees after a fire drill at Building 919.
"Overall, the week was a great success and we had outstanding support
from numerous firefighters in our department. The people here were very
receptive to our displays and fire evacuation drills," said McCoy.
Each year, thousands of lives are lost and property is damaged due to fires.
Learning some fire prevention facts will help put you on the same team as the
fire department. It may also save you or your families lives or prevent your
home from being destroyed in a fire. For more information on fire safety, call

NAS Jax Firefighter Alan Sarge helps preschooler Christopher
Beasley put on some firefighter's gear during a presentation on
fire prevention at the NAS Jax Child Development Center
Oct. 12.

Fire Inspector Paul Miller gives some fire prevention week
information to Zeny Broas at the Navy Exchange Courtyard
Oct. 10.

NAS Jax Firefighter Shawn Wardlaw helps Malik Bryantt/Sapp off the fire truck after the children at the Youth Activities Center
toured the truck.


10 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006

What has Navy

College done for you?

From the Navyf '"f
College Office

If you ask the staff at
NAS Jacksonville's
Navy College Office
what he or she loves most
about their job, you'll hear
only one response, "I love
seeing the academic success
of service member sand
knowing that my job here
has touched the lives of
others in a positive way."
Academic achievement is
an experience that defines
a lifetime. Whether the
goal is obtaining a high
school diploma or profes-
sional certification, or com-
pleting and undergraduate
or graduate degree, aca-
demic achievement can
open the doors for
enhanced employment and
economic security.
Military students are
unique. Unlike their civil-
ian peers, military students
experience additional road-
blocks that often delay or
,hinder academic success.
However, helpful resources
'available through the Navy
'College Office offer "one-
stop-shopping-solut ions" in
'a myriad of services.
1 Although there are
numerous success stories,
Navy College would like to
spotlight a few who have,
-demonstrated perseverance
,and excellence.
* "I just want to thank
Navy College for the sup-
port and encouragement
they provided. I began tak-
ing classes while on sea
duty, and it's easy to get.
discouraged or find excuses
not to continue with course
work. The Navy College
staff always provided ways
to succeed, and their posi-
tive outlook inspired me to
continue," said.AEC(AW)
Frank. Ragin, an instructor:
with the Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Train-
ing Unit, Jax.
. "I completed my associate
degree in January 2006,
and I feel my degree was
instrumental in my selec-
tion and promotion to chief
petty officer, I have since
enrolled 'With Southern
Illinois University and will
graduate with my bache-
lor's degree in a couple
weeks. When I told the
Navy College staff about

my graduation date, they
immediately referred me to
Webster University to dis-
cuss a master's degree." he
"After graduation, I'll take
a short break from class and
then I'll begin classes with'
Webster in the spring," said
. For AW2(AW/NAC) Step-
heni Ditamore of HS-5; the
varying flight schedule,
multiple detachments and
extended deployments made
it difficult to participate in
traditional classroom cours-
es. When he arrived at Navy
College in July 2004, he was
encouraged to participate in
credit-by-exam as an option-
al way to earn college credit.'
This method proved suc-
cessful, and between July
2004 and November 2005,
Ditamore successfully
passed 15 exams earning a-
total of 54 semester hours of
college credit. That accom-
plishment in itself is amaz-
ing, but Ditamore's success
doesn't stop here.
In January 2006, the
Navy announced a pilot pro-
gram to select 30 chief war-
rant officers to become

,Webster University offers master's degrees

From the Navy College Office
Plan for your graduation from
Webster University. Become a grad-
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The Fall II term begins Oct. 14 and ends
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FCCJ spring term registration begins

From Navy Course N
,College Office ENC1 101
registration ENC1102
for Florida
:College at Jackson- HUM2450
2:ville's. (FCCJ) 2007
-,Spring Term which MAC1105
',uns Jan. 8 through MAT0024
jVI^ay 4, is ongoing MAT1033
.through Jan. 6. If
.you have not been BSC1005
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",we highly recom- CGS1060
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tration to reserve EC02013
\'you Ieat.
A placement test
is required for math ENC1101
and English.' Allow
48 hours for Navy ENC1102
College to process
your tuition assis- EUH1001
tance form. The
following list of
classes will be held HUM2230
at NAS
Jacksonville for the MAN2300
fall term.
For assistance, MAT0024
please call the
FCCJ base campus
at 771-3979. The PSY1012
following classes
are available: All classes

o. Day

English Composition I

W English Composition II

W Humanities in America


College Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Life in its Biological Envir.

W Juvenile Delinquency

M/W Intro to Computers

M/W Principles of Economics

M/W English Composition I

T English Composition II

, M Western Civilization 1589-Present

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To qualify, personnel
must be in paygrades E5
through E7, between the
age of 27-29 and be sta-
tioned in the targeted
patrol, electronic attack or
helicopter community. In
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When the results were
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You'll also find housekeep-
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facilities as well as handi-
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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
James Lamb, a contractor with the NAS Jax Facilities Department, demolishes the old
Search and Rescue School (Building 582) Oct. 12. Numerous old buildings here are
being torn down to make way for new facilities.





for ID cards

From Personnel
Support Detachment
Appointments for ID
cards may be made
on the Web site to
avoid the wait associated
with walk in customers.
Appointments can be made
by civilians, retirees and
active duty members in
advance for all types of ID
Appointments are taken
from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. daily.
Walk in customers will con-
tinue to be served on a first
come, first served basis;
however, customers with
appointments have priority.
-Appointments can be
made online at www.
Appointments can be can-
celled or rescheduled by the
customer on the Web site
and the site also shows
when scheduled outages
will occur.
All dependent children
are required to have an ID
card when they turn 10
years old. All dependent
children transferring over-
seas must have an ID card.
If ID cards are required for
more than one dependent,
make individual appoint-
ments for each dependent.
ID cards can be reissued
30-45 days prior to current
expiration date and can be
requested by mail for any-
one who is not physically
able to travel to the
-Personnel Support Detach-
ment (PSD). The request
must include a picture
(5x7), a letter from a doctor
stating that the person can-
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copy of the current ID card.
Avoid the wait, make
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12 JaxAIr News, NAS Jacksonvile, Thursday, October 19, 2006

AIR SHOW: 60th anniversary of Blue Angels
From Page 1

Disabled American Veterans
(DAV) B-25 Bomber
Featured Performer: U.S. Navy
Flight Demonstration Squadron, Blue
Note: Performers list is subject to
change without notice.
Gates to NAS Jacksonville open for
the air show at 9 a.m. The fantastic
flying feats begin at 10 a.m., with the
Blue Angels performing at 3:15 p.m.
The parking area on the flight line
will close promptly at 3 p.m. To
ensure you are able to view the Blues
performance, make plans to be on the
base and parked prior to that time.
Security restrictions used during
the 2004 Air Show will be in place
again this year.
Unauthorized items: Items you
can not bring to the air show include:
Cooking Grills
Large Umbrellas
Carryall bags
Large handbags'
Contraband (illegal substances
and weapons of any types such as
knives, pepper spray, stun guns or
fireworks) -
Authorized Items: Items you can
bring to the air show include (subject
to search):
Small purses/fanny packs
Clear bags for medical items (i.e.,
medication) or child infant care
Portable/lawn chairs (not in their
bag carriers)
Cameras (still and video, not in
camera bags).
Baby strollers and baby carriers
Walk-through metal detectors

Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
AM2(AW) Corey Ruppert of Fleet Readiness Southeast Detachment Jacksonville,
carefully paints one of the emblems on the Blue Angels static display F/A-18 Hornet
aircraft at the the NAS Jax Main Gate in preparation of the upcoming air show.

and scanner checkpoints: Every-
one entering the air show will do so at
the pedestrian gate east of the flight
line, parking lots (follow directions
from signs and parking/security per-
sonnel). Vendors will enter through
the vendor's gate between Hangars
115 and 116.
Vehicle inspections: All vehicles
will be inspected upon entry to NAS
Jax (all three gates). Plan to arrive
early to the air show to avoid long
Spectator drop-offs: Vehicles who
plan to drop people off and depart
should do so at the Ajax and
Albemarle gate, Building 135 parking
area. This will provide spectators

easy access to pedestrian gates.
Security personnel will direct you to
this parking area.
Follow directions: As you enter
or leave the air show, please pay
attention to security personnel and
follow their directions. This will aid
you in locating parking and reduce
your time in traffic.
As you drive to NAS Jacksonville
for the air show, tune into 107.9 FM
and listen for important information
and well as live coverage of the air
For more information about the
NAS Jacksonville Air Show, visit or www. (click on "Air Show").

HISPANIC: Luncheon held to honor heritage

From PaEe 1

have prominently participated in
building the west by adding their con-
tributions to numerous areas in medi-
cine and science, entertainment, busi-
ness, education, civil rights and poli-
tics and even the great American pas-
time, baseball."
The guests were then treated to a
Latin-style buffet that included a
variety of traditional dishes from var-
ious featured Hispanic nationalities.
"The food was great and I really
enjoyed getting the chance to try

something new," stated IT1 Corey
Mcoy from the NAS Jax Security
Manager's office.
Following lunch, guest performers
from The Universal Ballroom
Company lit up the dance floor with
time-honored dances that expressed
the vitality and passion of the
Hispanic culture. The dancers, Robert
Gonzales and his partner. Melissa
Armacoste, fervently danced the
merenge, a ballroom dance of
Haitian and Dominican Republic ori-
gin and the salsa, a passionate dance
that incorporates popular music of

Latin American origin and has
absorbed characteristics of rhythm
and blues, jazz and rock.
In 1968, Congress authorized
President Lyndon B. Johnson to
declare a week in September for
Hispanic observance.
In 1988, President Ronald Reagan
extended the observance to be held
Sept. 15 through Oct. 15. Each year,
the Navy takes the month to specifi-
cally celebrate the contributions that
thousands of Hispanic military ser-
vicemen and women have unselfishly
given to our nation.

Photo by MC 1 (AW) Toiete Jackson
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel
(left) and NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
greet guest speaker retired Rear Adm. James Best.

NAVY BALL: Celebrating 231

years of the United States Navy

From Page 1

an attitude. He kept my attention throughout the entire
Following Best's remarks, the traditional cutting of the
Navy Birthday Cake with oldest and youngest Sailor
attending the ball took place. Retired CMDCM Bo Peters,
the oldest Sailor present, and AG3 Horace Mai, the -
youngest Sailor present, cut the birthday cake..Mai of
Naval Aviation Facility Command, won the honor of being
the youngest Sailor in the room with a 40-year difference
between him and the master chief.
The evening was concluded with a variety of songs pro-
vided by the Navy Region Southeast Band "Pride."




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Quitting smoking

10 things you must avoid

From the
Naval Hospital
Wellness Center
he withdrawal from
nicotine is a tempo-
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looking for a permanent
solution for cigarette addic-
tion you must take a posi-
tive approach so the quit-
ting effort proves to be
fruitful. Here are some sit-
uations that should be
avoided during the quit
smoking program.
Do not be impatient dur-
ing the quit smoking pro-
gram. Remember, leaving
an old habit is not that
easy. Accept the reality; the
cessation process will take
some time.
"I will never be able to
smoke again" these types of
thoughts are really enough
to increase your craving for
a smoke. Do not imagine a
long time without smoke
and do away with the
words like 'forever' and
'never'. Live for today and
just feel good that you are
able to restrict yourself
from the evil temptation.
It is said that two-thirds
of our thoughts per day are
negative. Negative
thoughts are built in to
human beings; do not let
yourself captivated by
these thoughts. You have
good reasons to quit smok-
ing and this approach will
bring about a positive
change in your life.
Do not overlook your
needs. Under your quit
smoking program, you will
have to take extra care of
yourself. You will have to
eat a well-balanced diet
and drink water as much
as you can. Water and food
are necessary to flush out
the toxins in your body.
Also, water reduces your
craving for a cigarette to a
great extent. You need
proper rest and must incor-
porate physical exercise to
your daily life. Do not for-
get to take a multivitamin
before going to bed.
Avoid alcohol and the
gatherings where you know
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will definitely follow.
Do not allow yourself to
be over-stressed during the
quit smoking program. The
craving for tobacco will
increase as you become
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Do not take your mood
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Our mind sometimes turns
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16 Jax Air MOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006

The making of an air show

Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor
Three spectacular days of
high-flying entertainment
for hundreds of thousands of
spectators does not occur on its
own. Nor, does the planning of
such an event occur in just a
week's time. Someone, somewhere
is responsible for the extraordinary
flight demonstrations that are tak-
ing place at NAS Jacksonville this
month. An entire year of blood,
sweat and tears goes into this
three-day air show.
From the spot you parked in, to
the aircraft soaring above, some-
one had to arrange all of those
things. "The process began in
August 2005 when NAS Jackson-
ville submitted its first official
documentation requesting to host
the 2006 air show season. There
are more than 14 committees con-
sisting of nearly 50 specific areas
for execution to safely and suc-
cessfully put on the air show.
Monthly planning meetings
began in February 2006.
Throughout the months leading
up to the 2006 NAS Jax Air
Show, the dedicated planning
team, comprised of Sailors and
civilians who represent nearly
every department at the base,
spent many hours planning and
coordinating," said Air Show
Director Cmdr. Ted Carter.
In October 2005, decisions were
being made by the air show com-
mittee on what aircraft and acts
to book for the show. In
November, the 210 rooms needed
for performers to reside in for the
duration of the show were
blocked off and the departmental
responsibility list was overviewed
and set into action.
This past December, key mem-
bers from Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department (MWR)
and Air Operations Department
(Air Ops), who represented NAS
Jacksonville, attended the
International Council of Air
Shows (ICAS). The four-day con-
vention is where the schedules for
all of the elite jet acts that will be
performing at air shows nation-
wide, including the Blue Angels,
are presented. It is also at ICAS
that MWR books the civilian acts
for the air show and the Air Ops
planning team puts in requests
for the static displays and mili-
tary acts. "ICAS is a way for per-

sonnel planning the air show to
solicit acts, find creative ways to
advertise for our sponsors and to
look for a variety. We didn't want
all the planes and acts to be the
same. Catering to every type of
person out there is essential to
ensure that it is an amazing
experience for everyone who
comes," said MWR Operations
Director Mike McCool.
MWR Marketing Manager
Shannon Leonard then began the
process of preparing sponsorship
packages to present to prospec-
tive sponsors. "Another big role
that MWR plays in for the air
show is corporate sponsorship.
Shannon goes out and talks to
the radio stations, as well as
other possible sponsors and pres-
ents to them why it's a great idea
to be a part of the air show. This
year, we booked the 'Skytypers'
and they are able to actually type
out smoke messages 6,000 feet
above the actual air show.
Everyone there will be able to see
those advertisements," stated
"Our sponsors made all of this
happen. They are the reason we
were able to plan such a great
show. This year we have received
some new sponsors and we wel-
come back our previous sponsors.
Their support is truly appreciat-
ed," commented Leonard.
At the monthly air show meet-
ings, each department's responsi-
bilities were looked at thoroughly
and tracked. Everything from
budget preparations and where
the Seabees will be erecting new
fences, to contacting the "Make a
Wish Foundation" and rounding
up more than 160 volunteers to
aid during the air show were dis-
cussed at these meetings. No
stone was left unturned. "The
weeks leading up to the air show
get busier and busier, culminat-
ing with the week prior to the air
show when the physical layout of
the air show takes place. Aircraft
flying in to be static displays
begin arriving several days before
the show and are put into posi-
tion. Crowd line fencing and con-
cession booths are erected. The
Blue Angels arrived on Thursday
and conducted an area orienta-
tion flight. All other performers,
both civilian and military, arrive
a day or two prior to Friday's
practice show," added Carter.
The NAS Jacksonville Security
Department takes on the role of

Photos by MC 1(SW) Heather Ewtdn
Key players from departments at NAS Jacksonville who have crucial roles in the execution of the bi-annual air
show, gathered together Oct. 4 to go over preparations. Numerous meetings are held to ensure everything runs
smoothly during the event.

safety and security of the guests
and performers. "Our biggest role
is coordinating with all of the local
law enforcement agencies to pro-
vide all the force protection meas-
ures that we have to establish in
order to meet the requirements for
the air show. More than 15 out-
side agencies team up with our
security department to provide
support to our mission," explained
Lt. Randy Gommer, Base Security
Department event coordinator.
"We started planning for this
12 months ago. Our department
is broken down into many differ-
ent groups that include, main
event security which will monitor
the airfield and the spectator
area, parking, traffic control
enforcement group to accommo-
date the huge number of guests
and the outlying security group.
This includes all boat operations
on the St. Johns River because
normally there are anywhere
between 700-1400 boats at the
end of the runway for each day of
the event filled with spectators
that are observing the show from
the river. So we coordinate that
with our boat operations team
and the U.S. Coast Guard."
There are also other teams of
.personnel from the base who offer
to help. "NAS Jacksonville Com-
mand Master Chief Chris Greene
worked with other aviation tenant
commands and assembled a group
of more than 160 volunteer Sailors
and civilians to support the setup,
execution and cleanup of the air
show," said Carter.
"Without these fine people dedi-
cating their time and talent, there



Morale, Welfare and Recreation Marketing Director Shannon Leonard
hangs an NAS Jax Air Show poster outside one of the buildings at NAS Jax
to promote the bi-annual Blue Angel Air Show which will be held Oct. 27-

simply would not be an air show.
Our volunteers will work into the
evening each day to clean, check
security fencing and make many
preparations for the next day.
Sunday evening after the air show
is complete, our folks will work
into the night cleaning up and
tearing down the security barriers
and crowd fencing."
"Their hard work and labor will
continue on into Monday morning
to ensure that the airfield is com-
pletely checked for foreign debris
and safe to resume normal mili-
tary operations at NAS Jackson-
ville," he continued.
Although it takes literally thou-

sands of people to pull the show
together, you won't find anyone
who is not looking forward to
opening day and seeing all their
efforts come together.
"The NAS Jacksonville Air
Show is a total team effort, all
NAS departments play a key role
and most tenants are very
involved in making this event
special. We look forward to open-
ing the gates to the public and
exposing our friends and neigh-
bors in the Jacksonville area to
their Navy and this wonderful
installation," stated NAS
Jacksonville Executive Officer
Capt. Chuck Tamblyn.

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TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy attracts more users

Photos by MC 7 (AW) Toiete Jackson
NAS Jax and Naval Air Depot Jax Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) committee mem-
bers wash cars to raise money for the annual fundraiser. All donations are being divided
among the undesignated CFC charities. There are approximately 2,000 CFC charities,
;of which nearly 119 are within the local area. If you have not contributed and would,
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Federal employees should call Sharon Griffin at 542-2225.

went up
These be
66 perce

Recent survey of TRICARE mail macies o:
order pharmacy users shows that 97 as diabel
percent indicated overall satisfac- ma. Be
tion with the service. Officials believe this
is one reason that the number of benefici- /
aries using the TRICARE Mail Order /
Pharmacy is growing at a strong pace. /
Between February and
August of this year, the
number of unique users
increased by more than
36,000 beneficiaries.
"We expect the number
of unique users to contin-
ue increasing, thanks in
part to support from ben-
eficiary organizations
that recognize its
value," said Army
Maj. Gen. Elder ,
Granger, deputy
director, TRICARE
Management Activity. "Our beneficiaries or local r
save money and help TRICARE reduce Benefi
expenses when they take advantage of this order pr
important benefit." more inf
The popularity of TRICARE's home visit w
delivery option for maintenance medica- tmop.cfm
tions is growing so quickly that in the Benefic
month of August alone, the overall number at the N
of unique users of the mail order pharmacy Benefits

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neficiaries may save as much as
nt of the cost of using retail phar-
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tes, high blood pressure or asth-
neficiaries receive up to a 90-day
supply of most medications
for the same amount they
S would pay for a 30-day
supply at a retail pharma-
cy. Plus, they don't have to
leave home or wait in line,
and pharmacists check mail
order prescriptions against the
beneficiary's medication history
to guard against harmful drug
Mail-order service is useful
for drugs a beneficiary will
use for long periods.
Beneficiaries may still fill
prescriptions for medica-
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18 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006

JASS makes mandated procedure changes, adds services

By MCC Teresa Frith
Navy Personnel Command Communications
Sailors using the Job Adver-
tising and Selection System
(JASS) Career Management
System or JCMS will notice sev-
eral changes requiring Sailors to
log on using their Common
Access Card (CAC).
The Web site is also shortening
its name to Career Management
System/Interactive Detailing
(CMS/ID) and is adding a new
"gates and flags" system that will
give Sailors a fast, easy way to
check to see if they are eligible for
jobs listed in CMS.
"Protecting the integrity of our
computer networks and the per-
sonal information of our Sailors is
critical to our operations and our
people," said Chief of Naval
Personnel Vice Adm. John
Harvey Jr.
"We made this change to ensure
we have the strongest possible

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Commander, Navy Installations
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he Navy Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) is giving away
two trips to Australia and a host of
other prizes, as part of a joint services
partnership between MWR's Information,
Tickets and Travel (I.T.T.) office, Qantas
Airlines and Military Tours.
Two winners and one guest each will win
an 11-day/eight-night trip to Australia.
The grand prizes, which are valued at
more than $8,750 each, include airfare
from the contestants' chosen I.T.T. office to
Australia, accommodations and two land
"A special user-friendly Web site has
been set up at,
which allows authorized MWR customers
to enter the contest, learn about the differ-
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plan their own trip," said Dawn Smith,
Navy MWR's I.T.T. program manager.
"The contest is also being offered at partic-
ipating Marine Corps I.T.T. offices and
Army Information, Tickets and
Reservation (I.T.R.) offices."
To enter, MWR customers should visit now through Dec. 1
and complete the online entry form, which
will be electronically forwarded to their
chosen I.T.T. office for entry into the local
contest. Each local I.T.T. office's first place
winner will then be entered in the grand
prize drawing.
All entries must be received by close of
business, local time on Dec. 1 to be eligible

protection of our Sailors' privacy
Previously, Sailors could login
to CMS/ID using only a user
name and password, making it
possible to view the system from
any computer with an Internet
access. Department of Defense
regulations state that all govern-
ment systems such as CMS must
be protected through login using
Public Key Infrastructure certifi-
cates, which are loaded on a
Sailor's CAC ID card. Sailors will
be able to access CMS only from
computers that offer these protec-
tion certificates.
Sailors who don't have access to
a CAC-enabled system will still
be able to contact their career
counselor or detailer by phone or
With the name change and new
logon requirement comes four
new career tools: gates and flags,
career intentions, physical readi-
ness information management

(PRIMS) access, and an improved
personal data page.
"Gates and flags" is a system of
checks and balances that immedi-
ately notifies a Sailor if they are
ineligible for a job. These are
shown on the screen by a series of
pop-up screens explaining the
reason for the flag or gate, as well
as the Military Personnel Manuel
reference for easy reference when
the career counselor attempts to
make the application. These
gates and flags indicate elements
of a Sailor's record or profile that
could prevent them from being
selected for a job.
For example, it might show
that a perform-to-serve applica-
tion is needed, or some similar
item. Flags won't prevent a Sailor
from applying for a job, but may
keep the detailer from approving
the choice due to excessive cost of
the transfer, whether or not the
Sailor's skills match the position,
or if it is located in the Sailor's



for the contest. Customers without
Internet access should visit their local
I.T.T. office to enter online. Each partici-
pating I.T.T. office will conduct their local
contest Dec. 1-8. A list of participating
I.T.T./I.T.R. offices may be viewed at The drawing for the
grand prize will take place the week of
Jan. 15 and the grand prize winners will
be notified by Jan. 24.
For more information on the local con-
tests, visit your I.T.T. office. For complete
rules and entry into the grand prize draw-
ing, visit


Help needed for
Special Olympics
Volunteers are needed for
Special Olympics. Events are
ongoing. For more information,
call 874-4232.

USO Welcome
Volunteers are needed to
man the USO Welcome Center
at Jacksonville International
Airport. A variety of shift times
are available. Call Lynne at 305-
4467 or email lynne@usojax.
com for more details.

Greeters needed
The Jacksonville and the
Beaches Convention and
Visitor's Bureau is looking for
volunteers to meet and greet
visitors to the Jacksonville area.
For more information, call Patti
O'Neal at 421-9158.

Docent volunteers
The Cummer Museum of Art

& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides
an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors.
From monthly training lectures
to the finished tour, docents use
a combination of important his-
torical information and good
humor to bring works of art to
life. If you are interested in vol-
unteering, please contact Susan
Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or
by e-mail at sgallo@cummer.

HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
Home Store also needs help
coordinating donated materials
and furniture. Call 722-0737.

Habitat for
Clay County
Clay County Habitat for
Humanity, Inc., serves Green
Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg, Keystone Heights
and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through
Saturday throughout the year to
help out. For more information,
call Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at

listed geographic area of prefer-
The career intentions tool will
require Sailors to identify their
career intention once a year. This
will provide detailers, career
counselors and commands with a
more accurate rating-strength
The PRIMS access tool will give
Sailors a way to see their physi-
cal readiness data on the Sailor
history page of CMS. The last five
years worth of physical readiness
test scores will be shown, which
could be a factor in some Sailors
being selected for certain jobs.
The improved personal data
page will instantly show Sailors
information on themselves,
including clearances, exceptional
family member status, marital
status, number of family mem-
bers, perform-to-serve status,
etc., just like the detailers now
view on their screens in
Millington, Tenn.

Commands will also benefit
from the new CMS system, as it
will allow them to view job appli-
cations and service records of all
Sailors applying for jobs in the
Commands will be unable to
view a Sailor's name, Social
Security number or gender. This
allows candidates to be picked
based on their resume, instead of
any other factors.
Commands will rate the appli-
cants and let the detailers know
their choices for positions. While
the detailer will make the final
decision on who gets the job, this
gives commands a voice for input
into that choice.
For more information, see
NavAdmin 278/06 or contact the
command career counselor,
respective detailer or visit the
enlisted assignments page at

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when patients meet criteria

From the TRICARE
Management Authority

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you or a family member
may need skilled nursing
care, long-term care or
both. You should under-
stand what each term
means and how they affect
Skilled nursing facilities
Under TRICARE, a
skilled nursing facility is a
facility with the staff and
equipment to provide
skilled nursing, skilled
rehabilitation or other med-
ically necessary healthcare
services, including prescrip-
tion medications. Skilled
nursing care isn't typically
provided in a nursing home
or a patient's home.
Skilled nursing facility
admission criteria
For TRICARE to cover
your skilled nursing facility
admission you must meet
the following criteria:
You must be treated in a
hospital for at least three
consecutive days, not
including the day of dis-
You must be admitted
within 30 days of your hos-
pital discharge (with some
exceptions) to a skilled
nursing facility;
Your doctor's treatment
plan must demonstrate
your need for medically-
necessary rehabilitation
and skilled services; and
The facility must be
Medicare-certified and a
participating provider.
Skilled nursing coverage
Under skilled nursing
care, TRICARE typically
covers the following:
skilled nursing care;
Rehabilitative (physi-
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MWR Planner

Mission First, Sailors Alwa vs

For more information call 777-8549/6035.

Ground School
Oct. 30 Dec. 6

For more information call 542-3493.

Free Bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included)

Call 542-3521 for more information.

Lunch Bingo Monday Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Evening Bingo Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
6:30 p.m.
Tuesday night is paper only night!
Win cash!

Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!

Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday
7:30 p.m. until close

For more information on fitness and athletics call 542-

Monster Dash ~ 5K
Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road / Antenna Farm

Storm Racers 2006
Oct. 23- Dec. 1
Log the number of hours you travel while spinning!
Prizes awarded to all participants!

For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.

Halloween Horror Nights Universal Studios
Tickets on sale now!
Sunday Thursday tickets $31.30.
Friday tickets $36
Saturday tickets $52.50

Photo by Shannon Leonard
Stop by the "new" Mulligans on Wednesdays and Fridays for
happy hour from 4-6 p.m. and enjoy half price appetizers!
Call 542-2936 for more information.
Toby Keith Hookin' Up and Hangin' Out Tour
Nov. 3, 8 p.m.
Jacksonville Arena
$69.75 per person

Yalaha Bakery & Holiday Open House at Lakeridge
Winery Trip
Nov. 11
$20 per person includes entrance fees and transportation.

New Jack Reunion Tour
Including Guy, Blackstreet, Tony!Toni!Tone! and After 7
Nov. 11, 7 p.m.
$61 per person

Alan Jackson
Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m.
$76 for Club Seats
Jacksonville Veteran Arena

Trips, activities,and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.

Free Mall & Movie Trip
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater
Departs Liberty Cove at 1 p.m.

8-Ball Tournament
Oct. 25, 7 p.m.
Liberty Cove

Birthday Bash
Oct. 26
All October babies come to Liberty for a free surprise!

Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Devil Wears Parada (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Garfield: Tail of two Kitties (PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Little Man (PG-13)
Oct. 27, 7 p.m. The Break-Up (PG-13)

For more information on the golf course please call. 542-3249
or Mulligan's please call 542-2936.

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Oct. 24 for active duty.
Oct. 26 for retirees and Department of Defense personnel.

2006 Air Show Golf Tournament
Oct. 25, 9 a.m. Shotgun Start
$65 per person
Includes range balls, golf, souvenir tee gift, one compli-
mentary round of golf, prize purse, on course prizes and
lunch following play.

For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3 7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3 7 p.m.

Call 542-3227/3682 for more information.

Command Holiday Card Contest
Plywood now available at the Auto Skills Center
All cards turned in

by Nov. 10
Winners announced
Dec.1 at the
Christmas Tree Lighting
Win money
for your MWR funds!

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Storage organization

supports the USO

From the USO

1800-Packrat Portable
Mini Storage has put
their support behind
the USO and our military
families. During the
recent renovation project
which took place at the
Mayport USO, 1800-
Packrat generously donat-
ed three of their mini stor-
age units to the USO free of
charge for the temporary
storage of furnishing and
They have also agreed to
supply the USO with stor-
age units in support of the
upcoming food drive, toy
drive and the renovation of
the USO welcome center at
Jacksonville International
Airport later this year.
1800-Packrat Portable Mini
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180Q-Packrat's regional
manager,. Mike Heard is a
retired Federal Bureau of
Investigations agent who,
while assigned to
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,
arranged morale visits to
the base with several PGA
Tour professional golfers
and the rock band Hootie
and the Blowfish.
1800-Packrat has now
taken its support a step
further by developing a pro-
gram which gives financial-
ly to the USO. Military
families in need of tempo-
rary storage for any reason
will receive a military dis-
count when using the pro-
motional code JAUSO
when placing the order.
Additionally, for every
order placed with the
JAUSO promotional code,
1800-Packrat Portable Mini
Storage will make a $20
donation to the USO.

Photo courtesy of the USO
From left, 1800-Packrat Regional Manager Mike Heard,
Greater Jacksonville Area USO Executive Director K.C.
McCarthy, 1800-Packrat employees James Green and Randall
Smith get together to promote their joint venture.
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Navy to offer new initiatives to personnel serving as IAs

From Chief of Naval
Personnel Public
T he Navy recently
announced approval
of several initiatives
aimed at rewarding Sailors
who serve in designated
combat zones.
Sailors who serve in
Individual Augmentee (IA)
billets are now eligible for
several new benefits, such
as points towards advance-
ment and preferred duty
location following release
of NavAdmin 273/06.
There are approximately
11,000 Sailors serving on
the ground in the Central
Command area of respon-
sibility. More than 4,000 of
those are serving on the
ground in Iraq.
"We need to do every-
thing we can to take care
of our Sailors and their
families while they are
doing this very important

mission," said Vice Adm.
John Harvey Jr., chief of
naval personnel. "Every
opportunity needs to bq
taken to make this assign-
ment a positive one for'
their careers, and not a
Specific initiatives vary
depending on location ahnd
length of tour but can
include awarding points
towards advancement for
enlisted personnel, advan-
cement exam flexibility for
Sailors in designated com-
bat areas, duty preference
for next shore assignment,
and continuation or sus-
pension of assigned sea or
shore duty clock during IA
In addition, IA tour
lengths will continue to be
addressed. For instance,
some assignments to
Djibouti as part of Joint
Task Force Horn of Africa
(JTF-HOA) will be short-
ened to six months from a

year for augmentee per-
Notification timelines for
IAs are continuing to
increase. All IAs in the last
two months were given
greater than 30 days
notice, with 68 percent
being given greater than,
45 days notice. The new
target goal for-notification
is 60 days to fill recurring
"IA requirements are not
going to go away," said
Harvey. "We need to
,embrace this mission,
make use of our volun-
teers, and provide them
and their families with the
support they deserve while
they are deployed away
from home."
The new initiatives will
award two points towards
advancement for an IA
serving in a designated
combat zone (Iraq,
Afghanistan, HOA) for a
period greater than 179

days. Advancement exam
flexibility is also available
for IAs.
Personnel deploying to
one of these billets may
take their exam up to two
months early or one month
late to'fit around their
However, no Sailor will
be required to take an
exam while they are serv-
ing in a designated combat
zone. Specifics on these
and the rest of the IA ini-
tiatives can be found in
NavAdmin 273/06.
For more information on
how to volunteer for an IA
billet, contact your commu-
nity manager or visit


Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006 21

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
All FFSC workshops and classes are free and avail-
able to service members and their families and
Department of Defense civilian personnel aboard the
Pre-registration is required. If special accommoda-
tions or handicapped access is required, please notify
FFSC upon registration.
The following workshops are available in October:
Oct. 23-26, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (Retiring)
Oct. 24, 9 a.m. to noon Anger Management Class
For further information or to register, call 542-
2766, Ext. 127.

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Local park offers free nature classes
The following are upcoming classes at Westside Regional Park Nature Center located across from
the NAS Jax Main Gate at 7000 Roosevelt Boulevard. All classes require advance reservations by call-.
ing 573-2498.
Hooray for Homeschoolers: Tree Identification
Oct. 23, 10:30 a.m. noon
Learn to use a simple key that will help you identify the tree species found at Westside Regional
Park. Participants will make a leaf memory sheet to keep. This program is suitable for students func-
tioning at fourth grade or above.
Basket Making
Oct: 26, 10 a.m. noon
Learn to create a seasonal basket using natural materials, for ages 10 years and older.
Map and Compass Instruction
Oct. 28, 10 a.m. noon
Participants will learn how to find various compass directions, set up a course of travel on a map, find
compass bearings on a map, and maintain a correct compass course. Teams of two people will put
these new skills to use by finding eight compass points in the park woods. Each participant should
bring a flat plastic/acrylic standard compass, mosquito repellant, and wear clothing suitable for walking
in the woods. Registration required by e-mailing John Trow at

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Open tennis tourney is Oct. 23
A men and women's open tennis tourna-
ment will be held Oct. 23 at 5 p.m. The tour-
nament is free and open to all NAS Jax
authorized men and women gym patrons.
There will be a separate men and women's
divisions. Matches will be played at the
Guy Ballou Tennis Complex. Awards will be
given for each division. Call NAS Jax
Athletics to sign up by Oct. 20.
Racquetball tourney coming
up in November
A Turkey Shoot Men and Women's
Racquetball Tourney will be held Nov. 13-
17. The tournament is free and open to all
authorized gym patrons over 18. There will
be a recreational division and a competitive
division for men and an open division for
women. Matches played in evening starting
at 5 p.m. Winners receive turkeys. Call
NAS Jax Gymnasium to sign up by Nov. 7.
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials

Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are also needed
for basketball. Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent
U.S. Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or
triathlons? The U.S. 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
a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs
of America) race and your time must be one
of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in a sanctioned race and your time
meets the regional qualifying time, contact
your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00

Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K
run, 40K bike
For more information about any of the
sports articles, call Bill Bonser, sports
coordinator, at 542-2930/3239, email or visit

Intramural Volleyball

VP-45 Gold
VP-45 Blue

As of Oct. 13
Wins Losses
6 1

3 4
2 6
1 6


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #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
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, 'call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
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. The chapter also has serv-
ice officers available Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 1-4
p.m. to help with claims. To
make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945.
The chapter also offers bingo
every Saturday at 10 a.m. The
public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired
employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at the Orange Park Library
on Plainfield Avenue in Orange
Park. 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 Navy Jax Yacht
Club is a members only club
open to all active duty,
reservists, retired military and
active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more
information, call 778-0805 or
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7'
p.m. at The Country Cabin
restaurant located on Blanding
Boulevard. This organization is
open to any single, divorced,
separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For
more information, please check
out our Web site at www.pwpn- or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting 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. Moms and
children are welcome at all
activities. For information con-
tact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016
or go to momsclubopw@yahoo.
. The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association, Inc. 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
Archive and Retired Federal
Employees Association
extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired
federal employees to our regu-
lar meeting 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 contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
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

A U.S. Postage Stamp Club
is forming and will meet the third
Wednesday of each month at
the USO on Mayport Road from
7-8 p.m'. There is no cost of join.
For more information, call Jeff
Marquardt at 246-9932.
The Jacksonville Genea-
logical Society will hold their
regular monthly meeting
Saturday at 1:30 p.m., at the
Webb-Wesconnett Library, 6887
103rd Street, Jacksonville. For
more information, call Mary
Chauncey at 781-9300.
The Jacksonville Master-
works Chorale and the Clay
County Community Band will
hold a joint concert Oct. 24 at 7
p.m. in the Family Life Center of
the Orange Park United
Methodist Church, 2051 Park
Ave. All are invited and admis-
sion is free. For more informa-
tion, call 269-9819 or go to
A meeting will be held provid-
ing information about the HR-25
Fair Tax Bill Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.
at the Middleburg Library. For
more information, call Jim at
A golf tournament spon-
sored by the NAS Jax Chief
Petty Officers Association, will
be held Nov. 2 at 8 a.m. at the
NAS Jax Golf Course. For more
information, email or
.All military members and their
families are invited to a free
Veterans Day Appreciation
Dinner Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. at 8313
Baycenter Road, Jacksonville.
The event is sponsored by
CJAX Military Family. For reser-
vations, call 739-6900.
The 4th annual Walk for
Epilepsy will be held Nov. 4 at
8:30 a.m. at Memorial Park in
Jacksonville. For more informa-
tion go to or call
A Florida Fall Heroes
Banquet will be held Nov. 10 at
7 p.m. at the Ramada Inn in
Mandarin. For more information
call 535-0747 or visit
The Visayas-Mindanao
Association is hosting a
Veteran's Ball Nov. 11 at 6 p.m.
at the Radisson River Walk
Jacksonville. For more informa-
tion, contact John Wilde at 779-
6149 or email johnwilde@com-
A Military Appreciation
Luncheon is being hosted by
the Jacksonville Chamber of

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Jacksonville Riverfront. For
more information on tickets and
to register, call 366-6600, Ext.
7610. Attendees must register
by Nov. 6.
The St. Augustine Fall Art
and Craft Festival will be held
Nov. 25-26 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the Special Events Field
on Castillo Drive. More than 140
artists will display their work.
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makes it il legal to S. Hercules 716-7766
advertise "any prefer-
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sex, handicap, familial 2 lift boathouse w/dock
states ihoisional ori- & jetskin Hift,s &ac $850K H ,ler Associat
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includes children under No Commission.
parents or legal custo-
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Les CHANCE TO OWN AT MLS# 325113 $215,000
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nhse, not remodeled, $204,900 Open Mon-Sun 1to 5 or Apt Suthside Sutton Lakes
but all new. Owner MLS:310286 Watson, 904-241-2270 246-9268 1951 Watford Ct. 3/2/2.
in/no qualifying/lease RealtyCorp. cu ldesac, f ncd yd,
opt. $189,900. 377-2261 268-3300 $ 1 3 99m o R TO0
Jacksonville Beach 591-3915 904-635-6260
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. poioudiorpla alh upgrade SF $279,000 ea. or $1,119,600 3wstigarage, tile
md l, ega pod for4or Leasefor $1750ea. iand wood floors,
rA aiidrSpoie Maria Raymer 463* 1942 lots of extras, close
lih uriio0sA lar pgi'al. bdak j RE/MAX SPECIALISTS to NAS. Call quintanaat
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dj, for nrive in MANDARIN Bartram 904-568-0950.
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,._ $329,900. 6503 Ginnie
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Mandarin, Bartram Spgs 771-9055 or 962-1086
L. L. 3/3; 2460sf, Lake View Ask for Emma.
L $342K or $17SOmo..
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MANDARIN 3 2 beautiful Westside-3, I. gar, tile.
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705-9200 S HOUSES CASH schls & stores, totally SOUTHSIDE, WESTSIDE- location. Gated, all 1 Car Gar, Large Yd, Fenced (904) 725 -5093
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MANDARIN RIVERFRONT Homes for Sale Open House CHARLTON CO., GA NO DEAL IG or S1150mo. 276-6446" Lrt cleon Obr dep MANDARIN 2/2 patio hm, E. Arl/Intercoastal home Oe Nmma
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Condo w/reat sunsets. Oceanfront Homes for Sale 598 AC $1,995/AC Quick closings or ORANGE PARK/ FLEMING 744-1570 fpd sec sys, scrn porch, in Ashley Woods just I ncluestes
$749K.FS 6149421 Oceanside Intracoastal Front Excellent lake ste, 904- 626- 1636 ISLAND Rent to own, Northside Newly Renov 733-38 6 or 169471 yd loc inCul-de-sac, furnished if
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SWaterfront Oceanfront potential. Sell As Is 2day 904.291.3097 $650+dep 619.316.4644 inc dishwasher, w/d $1650 mo/dep $1000. A (904)779-4660
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separate din, tile & Apartments able storage unit. Huge
study, 2ba. 1392sf, 20th Homes Income Property hdwd pictures via Be" ORANGE PARK -Brand Apartmnts ool w/Webergasgrill INTERCOSTALWEST4/2
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SOUTHSIDE IL VILLAGIO w/cabin, lake $2695/ac; Apartments $15i0m+dpr. 264-4161 CALL 398 -9492 10/21 123p Sn 22nd INTRACASTALe WEST Apartments
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31 or'Ci y(.a ...----. 4...'4:91 Gated top flrFcloseto REFREQ $1050/Mo.8607219 newl&yReady. ed renov, great amenities.
--110.000 334-051-'- -d wk $500 dep 904-695-1412 ever9h6ng. 9(535.0437 Lease-to-buy. $950m 273-3999 51
JA..BCH OCEANFRONT ARGYLE 4/2, $1S0Lm0. 1800sf-3000sf $1500-
$o.C04Si a Brand new end unitACln BrowVILty1/1 000m 516-660-2709
"" Gve0mw. N3/s HISS&HE 2525sfIT5ESL Orange park near Argyle

$5revers $4250m.904-962-6161 43 /m +h1a maoed de. aego$9
wk 0 94651 412 gr aga ol ARLING N $ o E1m. w 4/2.6 -

LR'SDE-lbr/lbaCH&A, granite, S/Senppls, poal driveway. Call Robert Near shys-ano ge .5,14978F, avail
ARUNGTON -3/2.5-TH ORTEGA -lease Ortega Cell 904-591-8347
car gar fplc, clean, re
1734 Shore View Dr. W #9786 4/2 1525/1525 ARLINGTON
917550UMontessaTerd.#9786g3/2.5l00/1500 3/2. remod, great ofc2000sf., courtyrdpool
"874TPoydrasLn. WI 4/2 1425/425 location, spacious lawn /pool svc n1d. petsok.
AODL-/.BA3845 Anderson Woods 4/2 1350/350 ,corner lot, $1100 per $1900. 04- 703-0242 5 PONTE VEDRA
--- 0 11510 Otters Den Dr. 3/2 1200/,200 month ist/lat, sec SAWGORASS
S 11866 Lake Bend Cir. 3/2.51195/119C dep. 352-422-5685 WertNide FOR SALE OR 3LOADED LUXURY
T. 11868 Lake Bend Cir.* 3/2.5 1197/1195 .1 Arlington Home- your h Bad/good cReditok $160ma. 463.3074
1463 Biscayne Bay Dr. 3/2.5 1000/1000 A Renovated 3/2/1. All areas evile a Cell KD
------ao1527 Biscayne Bay Dr. 1st mth free 2/2.5e975/975 2,Cypress Cove sub.Prope
3133_- .Rd.4 -d v -4/25975/195 Cul-de-sac. 1300SF,_________509_230_ouse
17 3010ShoreyViewNr.W#42B ue W1 3/ 1 M tile floors, carpet in bedl SAN OSE 3/2, Sunroom,
6 3/1room, very nice, garagefenced bkyd
2439 Wilmont Ave. #9786 3/1 875/875 $1025/mo.+ deposit. Wv/deck, $lcoum. Quat
80716 Leora Dr. 3/1.5 850/850 386-4358. area. 904 i.249 0318
3514 Bessen4t Rd. House & Apt 3/1 350/0 ARUNGTON Newhome SEBOARD AVE. 3/2VED
6C19 910539 E Galwood #9786tte rs vDe13/1p 2-/F for le--e w/optS to buy. 1awm00lSF,1aLcLaLakes
1n3/2.5* gar, new appis. Kit E5quip$ Fenced Back Yd. Beautiful, neeiay new,

113820 Grand Central PI. W 3/2 1200/1200 1780sf, 2car fenced exc 5/2, 2 gaoag custom care ncL Sm pets o
1463Bsayer.93/2 1200/1200 cond, rm far boat, comm. home, ate ga iCt to buy v
13364BscayeBaylD.$50o1stmthfre 32/2.51975/195 CypreWon't last long!
4259 Highwaod Dr. 3/2.5 1195/1195 ARLINGTON 3/1.5r, 13e0SF. SOUTHSIDE A beautfu, Owner 904-234-665
2439 286 Lantana Lakes.Dr E 3/2 1185/81750+ bath & deck $1s570m. Qu Ut, NTE EDRA

1Southside Blvd. 3/1 900/900 CH&AR $880294-3223 blvd. $ A300m. 642$9460.5-
August9E ineRd. 1/1 525/525 -New 4/3.5,t2 car, 2900st 3411 Stanley St. 2br/lbarcawled aces.
326 .Augustine Rd. 1/1 525/525 FP, E1ev Pool, Priv. Of K 950st, fenced $800a cathmealyinew u ga
WESTSIDE/ARGYLYE/RIVERSIDE $3500/ma 228-0088 $2400m.0893/81NCLV
8678 Bishopswood a r 3/2 975/975 ATRLANTICBEACHTH E. of SOUTHSIDE -2/1 elec 90.8ll 9alets og.93 m
---. 8725 HuntIngton WoodsdCr. N LB 3/2 975/975 Mayport 3/1.5 $850 incd $600 dep, $850mkee0l rogs.
te1200 Tampico Rd. 3/1 #90 Cdo0$200.$750 d rive2by $109l3 2494 VILANO,1Bease.
22295B1d364Bea ghreat location. Call f55,3r8 TArAngfi WDst/2 $
425 Dr3/.5119/19 ARLINGTONfo 90/14-8-3785 2Ch ar sor, Poo42SF, Dent er;$0m32 655

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80-1iToull-odn Jo0 3. pocol, wat fronT. W Otd 3/15no 5m.
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1007unityPCEDdirectlyontheright./(90A4)R-3/12$825 ai1ailN
11AVANAND.T RE 389-3540 2BR/BA/SHALL C35AG5Of32cevSpacemFor40
2REFREaC.$ES/l.77-297 ST.AUGmales
$150r0SF,52/6Kit2525cary29carport, nofficeSp

500-$595 new interior are uiT yExc
MARKET Rank/Grade: _ Work Phone # Organization: Date Submitted: ___VANSAT 30 ar Quality Executive
| *I office, 195sf, $345m.
SADVERTISING Name (please print): Signature: unf 9048743385

RULES 1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above Arlington Room
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| qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as 8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an 904-234-36s2.
black or blue ink. sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage original form. BAYMEADOWS/9A, Fern Businesses for Sale
share TH w/Fem gated, Commercial/
sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Select the number of weeks ad is to run: L 1 wk U 2 wks Q 3 wks U 4 wks pool gym $450m 229-7399 Industrial for Sale
EAFREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News. miles fom. 53/2 Sale
BE LIMITED TO ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED NOTE: (1) This form must be clipped (not torn) along the outside border. (2) No more than i ncludesall. Call Retail Space for Sale
JAX AIR INDIVIDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR "OFFICIALLY one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two-free ads per family, per 571-5215. Great',eal. Rent
REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE- week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index. $ outhsidea2/2 Priv 5r/Ba Commercial/
SMENTS IN THE BODYOF HEAD OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED. $1,50 dep. 904-885-9 7,9 industrial for Rent
N IE.WVS.M 3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written Category: WESTSIDE HOME RetailforlRent
to share 3BR/2BA. Storage/Mini
Independent of other information contained on this form. I 5 min. to NAS Jax, Lockers
No Pets. $525.00.
4. Ads received after the above time will run In the following week's issue. 5i 91-532Pew s5 2l00
Noon 5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Code 'll i New Dv Cut C W ta
00G, Box 2, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News,
Monday One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202
One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202 ARLINGTON
w/Microwave & Refrig! house w/office, 2000SF
Low Daily/Wkly Rates! 2 rest rms, best for svc
10%9Off for WklyRoom! .type bus. $750 + dep.
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343 352-745-1056 /473-3067

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SReal Estatend Mortgae Title, DA04N 2 Full Time/Part for Day U mder 4 DningroomTa sle- .Sectional. soa- HAWTHOm RAnti eL Above Gro hit eacmi
o Homennspectonc urses. Bartender, Waitstaff by Day Calanders at 13,000 BTU. Like T Almostnew. Oak 1 tan, good condl- SALE for the late Allequip. included, T $100.51ug B1
the Pret paandb S.- cton. Wt12, In. 2 2 / glass top, tlon. $300. Call Auctioneer Col. Robert mnuthe liner. whiterims set of
ethef Prime Outlet In St. new.a $125.2r69-2z2ro fol parsonston RickorMalika: Baker. 7520 S. HwyO301. Askingw$360. c 3"0 4, $100.42 0R16
SnseeSSO ourhedulesat DaNight Available Augustine. Call for four l e h w as ,t3 2.8 05
SOUTHSIDE alllancf anbuo Interview 3c86. 379066; COFFEE MAKER Bchairs. 375, originally 7770842 OnIT 301/mElDBre S. of 20. 92 G, 3d
L 0v0 Worf OndiC O towhse orsCnl us r:a7 $9Black and Decker $1,200. all 610 4288. ok fot 17, ges18 1Mat 2Ts.369820 24 l 6 or0,
wni.4631Sf. offIce. Zoned AT THE BEACHES! o hr 3 u86. 258 -.5791; Blsack e ker 1 ,2 Leave msFngroateedd Co 9wor n 2e a 15
CCG-2. Ample parking. CROSSROADS 904.94174 p m r 2am-5pmContent of I J eDISHES -8 pc Corelle,
Fnceard. cup, white. Seton Sleeper sofa greater 9am-pm..Content o
East ron(904) 247-4322 counter or mount under Diningroom et- Home, Antique Shop &white w/each. Miss
1E90sfton1, 2Msow PT b ient c i mapleND ovaltableS Tn condition 500Waths
Co. 356-2228 Realtor rhc Designosixchairs, chi na 3 6s G lasswar & 8 lasses."i 25
SRESTAURDRYER & WASHER with hutch, $350. China. Sterlingt si ver- LO1 Carat 729-7218 Iv msg
/ Aviationf Heavy Duty. 0 $200 both. 282-2272 late, rm tbtI es9 Prina
339-4222 bottles books, early 512 Value 6500 DOWN ALTERA
SANDininMooARta c er a r $40 c table clotheshats Sell$300 TVE COMF.OR TER
FACILITATORS REFRIGERATOR NO frost T chalrs$Hw/hutch,. SLEEPER SOFA furnses Bras, Lamps 887.4624 fI/. ueen ECOM TER,
AVTECH Pacific Institute for Kelvinatorw/freezeron x solid wood $250 Queen sleeper in Iron bed MORE! Over use twice, 300
ELOWNDES CO., GA FT A Ierson at oResearch and Evalua- top. White In great L 262 6794 ec cond$10 Call 5,00 pcs. Jewelry! No thread count, machine
All In Cnssouton for yourRS. t Ion is accepting running order. $145 cash. n757-4903-205. c arlyv Brds! Cash 90wash. $30. Call 428205.
VaidostaSateillteoff Customer S iceU g DCIOs resumes for FacilMa- Remodeling 246 2373 4 eR Table, Solid Good In State ChecksILL
*DtaREH1819NKDn Ave tors for the Nov1 i A0 TigernStripe Oak, 2 Over $20.00 w/DLS EiectricTreadmill
all c229-247-0877Ser398v8179E WP trsonl Reony EFRIGERATOR extensions 6 Securityon premises. CRI Luv Convertible UGC $100.
Sity and Valuescourse. i Whirlpool121CF, ice cushionchairs. SLEEPON ITBEDDING Bring Help Boxes & Crib(lghtoak)w/Sealy Assorted golf
SAN MARCO LOFTS -I, s7Some topics pertaining e I maker. ex cond. Good cond,$400. Call Save 50-70% Truckscall 3 514-1460 Baby Sot Ultra Crib bialls $3.50do t.

Live/Work Zoned CROo pertan h s p n x K t 6 $95.d269-2152.o 29 b n SAN 55L7U TSE0n
to personal values are: 95. 269-2152 213745 for more info. 352-373-4060 Mattress. $200.( Like Cigar Humidor,
1450 Flager 396-9601 Job Fairs nicaton skills, stress SET Kenmore, 2 yrs European framed Garage Sale Boxwoods it.) Also 11 blue &1
AResumetServll Vceawras is Ping Optionsal Healt lold $400 Call Scott tapestries D curio .S Lane reclin- of Baymeadows Con- low crib sheets, a in M I
Insurance ECTRCIS e HPE roams haot include h b A 2 coces, 2 c in very nice dos clubhouse, 4915B ne the Pooh bumper
Np entOperatorsin as peer/domestic mo eriusi s eathergood con- Baymeadows Rd.Sat.pad ad c
Bookkeeping theGolf CourseMain r p aes Washer and Dryer only, call Kathy at dtion$499, 10/21, 7am-lpm. w/sheet & a v3ter tall

$25Kobo. Financing avi. Maintenance/ ROLLER OPERATORS & f R 4 Ln. Fri & Sat 84 CIths, C 91-76-4996 new $150.771-0249
EWd O FCEnIT 3r0e iRnotU50. changing fble( o904er call 3 3- w e r6378
Advertising/Mediaa& tane Dpt rear rn 24 wk tp G frontloading, o 9-207-7361. AcngRswIvl rcker proofmattressl ser Stanles Usteel Best
NEW OFFICE DSUITES experience is not callP y Tus e Ay stackable excel- recliner $250cal MANDARIN Moving Sale w/$5010c14. u 9 0
1,920sfto11,520sf -Architecture/ required. Mustbeat Thursday. Must be tsrao elx o o.n, 4 END TABLES and 912-882.5865 Fri/SatAM. porc Ch/pool w/ p502-
aar Great location n tror sn/ least rs ol r flexible to work PT as manuainclud coffee table. Hoey fuh LADSCA G TRA R a
ro mar F s ore 334-3552 boneeded 1 3 classes a M1300l6-5 $4500 c Oval. 100 5l/set. nh

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SHARES O HE month to mvene W r ad OBO. 729-7218 v msg SOFA Sectional Sleeper nt. ySet-Mod]!el-e OBSE. 3me. mas etal 1
RESTAURANTOROTHER AutomotiveSalentih head rest, in
mea/Bal/lIfeand Aplands m t be foaerseexcellent Entertainment inclined; Kit. tbl w/leaf; MOVNG Entire old.3909042929572 shaped

sale. Call 904-422-8986 *Sales A w b Ionllnnewcom
Service much more. DFW/EOE able to travel to all area condition asking i Center- Lrg Ent. Ctr holds 35" TV; household for sale Call-: $5,4997grweight
VENDING -300 machine ScienceResearchn aval bases n N FL S. $35044259 or Solid oak excel- Comp. desk w/printer 907049200 light weight $300
/103RD 28500 Aviation KGA ara. Pay rate up to 434-233 $200 if lent condition tbl; Bar; Lr Octao obo.Call272-7493

CumbalroueJaxarea Services/ KENLASSiSTaNT 16 434-23 $0 of go
SAN MARCO Service/ Needed for Busy Animal N / hr. Email sold separate $400. Price negotiableM table; Cal9"742-.5613 MOVING SALE-,GENERATOR B-NP,

78$39kexc0sf for Sale/$ 727-409-8880 Counseling Need Full Time Armed b 0 6tAsherT d de C oM

Telemarketing 40 7 908 48s03 moe ttsrsteat 45 OVER 150
1444 Home St. off Hen- / en tal Applyto 4448 hr@) AA/EEO 213-9ored45fovering, electricc start, 4900
e S offrPublic Administration Henricks Ave Sute 1 nt loading for more info. Craftsman Table att new in sealed
VI OR-0403hou/exeentory exceTwin bed with dini ng, bedroom saw V aw b. List $780. FiN
ri $750,000 or $3000o. om Hoar re/a EntertainmentS h, two furniture kitchen bd saw anr, $5. Call 2 78. Fi
S&or S E IE Yp Son. arh se sorat manuals includeditin Centers (2), Oak dresser i or appliances, patio fu
Sao ral 6 nbucalotems/p router more tools calla w c r
SConstructionCONDITION REPORTS. Wirll Wser Dine w 904 49 plates certified in
SCustome r Aervic IRe eS HIGH ScHL orna Company T nd ter S M d boxes.
CClsGRAUATE, GOOD DRV xenco SELL- 90 874 2755. MURRAY HILL Moving Collector mugs
Dental RECORD, GOOD HAND- riversmodel,250Can Entertainment cen UBA TUA RAN Sale, 863 Murray and ote tems
*S O vl eM U LT IFU N C T IO N A LB$d e$ 1500S ig n on te r $ w20 0 R n bte r I _p I9 0
-oDomestic Services/ WRITING SKILLS. o fun $15005ign on deyer 786 1767.o ter $200. Rocker ITE, 1 inch black Sa 7
reclinerferwornbuted. Cometitve pay and 60 $350.CaCRUTC

k sOILRINE 0 0sp enty of use left,4id72e1for31it or bat NORTHSIDE3EO Wooden, adj
WILL TRAIN. Owner $50 Mo vi ng, must sell. already polished, 249-9122 Forest Chstian Church able. One ar fo Powerwheels bt
Busrid ess 2000Sign osn I onus* Call 2210 Annual Yard Sale Fun tal per p o &e2 tery-powered
opportunities ucaionm eaing CONTACT DIANE o3Food &BTreasures 9-4 pair for shorter. L ke Gator. $90
Training 04-772-0R PaidFirst 2 Weeks Hgh Quality blackOct 21. 13773 N. Main St new h pa originally .Almost
Distributorships/ new. Call 610.4288.
is WANTEDI DrIvers w/2 I leather recliner 6pTecewhite 268- 2482. Lv
Spersonnelstanewithdin foot stoo- os NonialE bedom ORANGE PARK Oakwood Leave m
our communities donated ient hiringserviD exp. C I l D av id at i isui Chest, Plantation Comm SAN TA CAUSE SUITS
FictitiousNames epazmat 757 -395 -7026 dresser w/mirror. Garage Sale end of Pine 4, Call for in
Finanal Services Executive/ preferred. xcpay Home most wknds ngsandGA. nghtstand twin bed Ave. Sat 10/21. a 2p -5590
S e t e r aaemet eefits for perfect NEW PAY PACKAGE with boxspr s and No Early B irs Please. 7715590i
Cbal person at 26 P e C 3 Q eKing Waterbed, mattress.00.l m s $ Ss
Borrting and more tgFinance/nvestment 389-3235Vea Lak/OP ay$.90/mleBlvd) Computer BED 299 Brand namute dresser w/ 8874624 San Jose Episcopal Dadrumbemss

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.900156o DANmCERac2 Waitsltaff, Cook Rousehold BED $115 Full seto Bo \ cde rand like3 t

Fax 0436 30. B g G al Emrploym Barntenders, Doorsta+f gfue Su aSECA OLY MPC 2 F sa
n Sd WaHotel/os3pitality/ Cal.02 Service Bonus 15m .S.of veus 3 room set desk enter SALE 10,000 + books mens travel bag new, $5, t
TR C-Ka ADRedbek tal nment unIt. Cheapl IMOVIN SALE: paperbacks S hard 30.- wcar t $ ,
-Medical Dental 401k miSRedDbiecrBunk beds, head acks$1 Sat 21s9a3 tchaver$2S. Smith (904)64619075.

Sb piMachoneryand 7 BUNK BED w/fuS J Bv
ril rade Paid Vac & holidays 32 cars, trucksvas. boats ur 7423an Jose vd 3221 Crona electric type-
EERCN--Optional Health Care mrgmotorcycles,Soid to LIVING & DINING, ture, computers, Thewriter $50 Call 771-2917 WASHING MACNINE,
InsuranceSghes2couches, 2 chrs, kit. tb eak couch stp chest.stand
STU NRM RSMEtrog s that includeS innng b rs r 7441806 Prces n. t cond Bieget front loer. Kenmore
.REAKFAST & LUNCH Landscaping/Grounds ApprentlceshlpTraining a 100% Company Pd rewulres dtobmIta w/crs ton.28-rt od Best Garae Salek
SMaintena NOW V A APPROe Pu les 90 76 er102 R5ver tableelectronc .$1200 plus. Will sell for
rOptional Per Diem ay Luman EBear Almo ey, CAI p set, new w/wr

oer a [904)7783-3333 Gre ms h deo MN 2a 6c as
k MaxB8001 BENEFITS. EEO/DFWP Off Park Ave In Orange83300 STER.CO
k -Program@ $52.00 /day AB 1441 A1775 $130 Can del 391-0015 Park. a WORD PROCESSOR
B aSecurity/Safety For auction Info callP Rarely used paid o zBrother 500.
eGRADER, DOZER, II Call Larry Millerat 904-808-9922 Mat Set Queen Pillow Top WESTSIDE 5985 TImber ng$350obO. Nordic Track, like
EST. MASSAGE CLINIC Legal TRACKHO, Gregrhertance higher education, makes college degree50. $45.acces-

sible to working adults with highly flexible and afford-
$2Kobo Financng av Maintenance/ ROLLER OPERORS tll las Ln Fri & Sat 84 clths
w/dwn payment 3032108 vices OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS, 800-723-3424 for info Ca e r()SA hsewares, books, B Q ST O V E/
anitri cs Exp'd, for N. St. Johns MEMORY FOAM Matt & ARGYLE -YARD SALEen holiday decor SMOKER charcoalmore.
LADIES GYM -Oppty of a Manufacturing Co. Proct. DFWP Appy at Box new w/warr. $350. Heaven CathlcChurch onew B raun Fel
lifetime /Nat'I Fran- 5 B JAX. BoxHHeaven CatholeMicl hrc 3Sl new/Braun. List DuSes10
chise / est'd client base Marketing Driver A Heck of a Price50. Can Deliver 9401 Staples MI Dr. 3familiesSEri-Sat -2 very good condi
on verge of exploding Medical/Health Care PAINTER Residential Be A Team Player. Conference table $199 MEMORY FOAM Matt Set items furn clothes too Gar kept. $75ras. Calist241-139875. DrewSp&ets h r$3493
$35K. (904 9108021 Marine/Trade Custom re paints. Tools Drivers Wanted Workstations $299 each. New Queen $370 many tems to list.G1
rse rAde I& transportation Busy season 600.800wk GatorOfficeFurniture 10oyrWarr. (904)674-0405 ARLINGTON Yard Sale I BunnAipmotRack Guitars$49Up37-6527
LARRY'S GIANT SUBS, Nurses/Nurses Aides ureed. Drug & Alco TaxLParaTranslt. Bchs (904)724-6400 Multi family in cul-de BARGAIN HUNTERSOALORE wth for PIANo/LowEPRICEUSA
M rtGreatpt'y Office/Cerical/ holfreeonly. 242.0100 Taxi/Para-Transit493-5246 PORCELAIN Cast -sac Whistler S spring This Sat & Sun Have YAMAHAFREE coffee brewer PRICE ST
Tim Collins iron sinks (2). Court in Hickory reek YourGarageSaleatH obo. Cal A/FREEPRICE7101 ST41
Administration PLASTERERS & Beach Taxi 249 0360. e Tdouble basins $40 Sat. Oct 21st. 8am, wide The Market Place! 904-213-6536 WOLESAL714141
LIQUOR LICENSE LABORERS WANTED Brian ea Student school assortment.7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
Clay 4 COP, best price & dek $25 Ca BunnTwin7Airpot Sp ri
terms 386-677.3785 Personal Services/ Top wages for Qualified PEACOA4, 821-7670 B Ti r
E Beauty individuals. Benefits DRIVERS PEACOAT 904-821-7670S coffee brewer,2
NATIONAL BRAND ICE pkg2aval249-3049 Professional class A 420 . Rockerrecner Garagee12 5
CREAM / SANDWICH Real Estate/Property drivers OTR tractor445830 exceleKristn'sr Call 904-213-536
III__________ iii t Bowflex Extreme
SHOP. No franchise or Management WELDER/FITTER- week trailer, good pay. Great-n y conditCon from wMary's 8-?Teenaofe rm
royalty fees, turnkey, end work only. Pearl hometime heath ins. smokefreehome. clothin,furnlture, Cabnetwtfor- Only yearod.
low overhead w/high Recreaion/port/ Wedin Ernie Nettles 401K. paid vacation. yearsold$7call household iems deco- LANDSCAPING TRAILER Pmicatopft. Paid$1700, will
rofit margins -2 great Fitness 350-0309or334-3552 bonus pkg, & top home912-576-5540 rations. NO early birds. -and equipment, $4500 length $150 obo. take $500 cash.
locations $49K & $89K equipment alein a small STAMP COLLECTIONS 912-674-443 cell Raindate 11/4. obo. Call 3-9284 Call 904-213-GS36 call282-4095. AWH
Call 904-226-3098 Restaurant/Bar/Club/ company atmosphere STAMP COLLECTIONS 912-674-445e Raindate 11/4 obo Cll Ca l
SAEOFHG-N Food/Beverages but backed up with Postcards & Covers Needed*.* 0
SA SFIl arge company benefits. As I rebuild my collection. 0e]
SHARESnOF8HIGH-EN90 No Dealers Please. 716- 5255
Jax Beach Rest./Bar for Retail I lY Call[Rand877-440o7890 NoDa5Pes7152
sale. Call 904-422-8986 SalesEn/ Ask aboutI our new payC
VENDING -300 machine Science/Research package. C,
$39k exc $ 727-409-8880 Counseling Need Full Time Armed 4 LAPTOP COM
Officer in the Jackson- / IPUTER, Toshiba
Technicalule area $10/h j12595 XDVD, carry
Telemarketing 407-908-4803 tI ng case cordless OVER 150
S iTransportation Security bus, new battery, $250
AVOID FORCLOSURE Warehouse/Inventory $300.00 Hiring Bonus' Warehouse O08. 882-1052 EVE CLES ONLI E
Refi. NOW or SELL Work at Home First Coast Security Associate mm Pentium II- 300
ServicesArmed and L C I n d u s t r i e s T MHZ computer
immediate full-time & diate opening for a 64meg memory $100.
part-time positions. Warehouse Associate. Call 2491666 CDRW,
; Startingwagesup to Responsibilities DRZUE.
$10.0O0Hr. AIat6817 include, processing
Southpoint kw. /receiving incoming
#10018a-7pMon-nri. purchase.orders,
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Refi. NOW or SELL TAX ACCOUNTANT license required, receding fordmaterial
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great opportunities withpurer skills. Contact
Audit Manager, Audititore Manager to apply 4 SURROUND SOUND
Senior and Tax Accoun-dirices at (904) 542-0009. / New 5.1 AM/FM
tant positions available. \lwith subwoofer.
Excellent compensation JANITORIAL Office Still in box.
andbenefits. Send cleaners, P/T Mandarin[$300firm. 1000 watts
to:Dan, lPA, 4887enn 636"7515 WORKING OR NEED A 912-552-3873. *
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facilitate a variety of RESTAURANT r CR 6 0
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independently chartered Institution. Astaffof 300+
serves over 27,000 enrolled students worldwide, who
are enrolled in the Schools of Nursing. Health Sciences,C
Liberal Arts, Business, and Technology. The college is
currently seeking candidates for a part-time consult-
ant position (12 days per month) for the Jacksonville, FL *
and Kings Bay, GA areas to include NAS Jacksonville,
9 H Naval Station Mayport, and Submarine Base Kings Bay.
The primary function of this position Is to serve as a
Besides protecting our country, military olson between the military community and Excelsior
Besides protecting our coun y, ilary College to promote an Increased awareness of educa-
S. tiona opportunities. The responsibilities are to meet
personnel stationed in our communities with prospective students via personal interview;
review and conduct unofficial pre-enrollment evalua-
donated 505,907 hours of volunteer service tons of all transfer credit options; conduct general pre-
sentations to students on opportunities available 10i
in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia through Excelsior College; and represent Excelsior Col-
in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia lege at education fairs. The representative must have
the ability to provide quality service by assimilating a
last year. Their time was given to community large booy of factual Information and relating it to stu-
dents and military counselors in a caring, efficient
organizations, church groups, youth manner. This representative would also be requiredto
provide travel support to the geographic region.
activities, scouting and more. Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree Is required. Previous
experience in military education or higher education is
Thank you! preferred. Excellent oral and written communication
skills; effective organizational and decision-making
skills; ability to manage multiple priorities, evaluate
detailed documents and meet deadlines; ability to work
For advertising information, please call independently and effectively Interact with
home-campus team members; prof ciency using com-
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Interested Individuals should submit a letter of applica-
as ~ _.- tion, resume to either; or mail to:
% 1Wi..W ... IViM IOFf rOiSCOPl ExcelsiorCollege -
I .Military Representative/Consultant Search
Office of Human Resources
7 Columbia Circle
Albany, NY 12203

26 lax Air N

Golf Balls-
Various brands.
b $4.00/dozen, 3
dozen/$10. Call
786-4406. Ask nor Bruce
or Michelle.
EZ-GO, 36V. 2N1
|Flp-N-Fold seat
headlights, tall
lights, wheelcovers,
windshield. $2850 OBO.
Call 912-510-0716 or
SCUBAPRO. 0.5mm/
12.5mm. TPF6, size
S, worn twice. $30.
Call 542-8205.
4 POOL TABLE 8 ft,
black & chrome
< w/red felt. Slate
top. Many extras.
2yrs old.Rarely used.
$1800 obo. 912-576-4996
$495. 375-2873, BOBBIE.
Guaranteed WILD BOAR
S kill! Guided DEER hunts,
478-278-2339 located
in Wrightsville, GA.

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Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted

Puppy Sale $299-up
Chihuuahuas, Cockers,
Doxies, Schipperkes
Morkle, Yorkles
Pet World 262-4646
Top of the line.
Pet World 262-4646

American Bulldog
(full-blooded) White
w, Brindal Spots
6 weeks old 1006 06
322 8036

(Not Reef Ready) I
S 520 OBO
For Information or
S Please Call
904-272-5200 or
S904-699-1724 |

S Bird cage-18
cubic feet. Opens
lon top and front.
le thran 1 ,ear
rii .nclluoed $120 :c80
'12 673 &J04
R&W 3/M, s/w, 8wks
old. $150. 904-879-1359
Swk AKC Reg., Shots,
$450 cash. 757-7596
AKC males, $500 cash
AKC, tails docked.
$550. (904)994-1696
and brindle, 8wks. on
10/14/06, $625, (904)
BOXERS AKC fawn, $650.
Norman's perf. straight
pups 778-4622, 993.1272
White & cream, Toy, CKC,
HC, $350. Reba 633-9839
M's/Female, 1st shots,
HC, $250. 904-223-0247
PARROT-2.Syr/M. Talks
a lot. $1000. 881-7800
HC, CKC, blk/tan, $375.
champion parents,
F/11mo. 352-473- 0302
German Shep. Pups AKC
beautiful blk tan, silver
child friendly 880-6736
Fem/10wks, bik/tan
AKC/OFA, HC. 703-7264
AKC HC, Ready Now !
Call 904-773-3128
LAB PUPS, AKC, avail.
10/21. Choc/Blacks, S/W,
HC $350. 386- 362- 3032
LABS -AKC, fully trained
at duck hunting,
4, LABS, Block HD, 1
Yellow, 3 black, par
tt ents of AKC champion
bloodline, 5 wks old,
$100 deposit for reserve.
Ask $350. 887-9042 Iv msg.
LAB-Yellow pup, all
shots, born Aug 16th,
$150 768-2829
MALTESE-Champ sired,
Show qual. AKC
$850-$1000. 305-0126
$600. 615-394-0000 or
Choc, BIk/Tan, $400 -
$500. Cash. 289-9048
POP, 7 wks tiny, cute,
, $400. 338-4550
Pitt Bull Puppies
T For Sale- ADBA
S| reg. 400-$500. 4
%.l' girls, 6 boys.
Contact 904-532- 0223 or
email: rawdowgken-
PITT BULL -Femrn, tri col-
ored, CKC reg, 6mos
old, $300. 333-1139
9wks, CKC, HC, S/W,
--Sable $550 904-651-6452
PUG -Pups. 2 black
rem5i-. 2 r.-.,r.. CKC
-uO0 9W4 2-. 6276
$250 5E 3.5655.
AKC, Champion
Bloodlines. Contact or
AKC, ears cropped
$1050. 904-786-2115
Shiba Inu Pups. Very
nice AKC, red. Ready to
go $600. 904- 284-4130
AKC, 2M/2F HC. Ready
to go! 904-213-9407
to loving home.
a 1 Syr. old tan/white

~ neutered male.
Microchipped. Not good
with children. please
call 241-5245
12wks, 1 black & ..ite
male, house oroken
Umbrella Cockatoo T rne
lovable, talksI, il c ,a
$1500 Ph 879-09t8 71 r,
Males, AKC. $60':, ecr,
904-75i-0044, e26 '-2u

'06 Nov 18-19 .:.cala
Hilton. Call Peters,:-n 3
Smith 352-237 .6151
Horse & Kennel Warehouse
S1096 E. 18th Street 354-7634

IWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 19, 2006

Boat Dockage &
Marine Equipment
and Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's and Supplies
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Trucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease



Look for these
in the
section of the

new and clean, w/d,
$1400mo + sec, tie
down avail. 307-0421

a Consignments Needed
Sailer Marine 904-284-0155
PWC For Sale '04
Honda Aquatrax-
Bought new '05,
24 hrs, $5,900 OB0.
C al 714-0649/534-2701.

152 EX KEYWEST '95,
75hp Yamaha, trlr, new
trolling mtr, depth
finder. $3900. 631-6658
., 18 ft John Boat
I w/traller & access, as
L is, needs work, $500.
Cell 887-9042 Iv nmsg.
SMacGregor 26 '02
saIlboat- 0 HP
| .*ercur, 4 stroke
'.... 200' tandem
[raler-. $22.900' v,'
-i.nagle al- trailer.
S1"-.900 247 9032

200hr run [rn.-ec."n trlr.
like ne ,. For erius c' .T-Tn ng. 22e 6574
Nilro Boat '97
20)rt0 -:.,r'
120ELP .A N,trc,
Tra.ier. retiaii
16080 hrm 214.78i0

SP W C Honda
r Aquatrax '04
I |brought ne., 2005
L' ,24 nrs. 6'.,Ln Lrailer
$6200 obo. Call
714-0649 or 534-2701


Sales- Service- Parts
Advance Marine 730-3332
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"

Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039

(904) 642-1600

Catalina 28' '00 FW
Seat starter unit, was
2 now 9550.
FLEETWOOD Deerbox 26'
'04, 4- bike hauler, extras
generator/AC, Like new
$19,500. 631-6658
Hurricane, '06 3 slides,
Triton V-10. NOW 79,900.
Call 386-758-86641
Lapalma 34' '06 Diesel 2
slides Onan Gen
Loaded 143K 386-758-8661
Clean, All Works, $5750
Monaco Monarch 37', '06
2 slides, Loaded Now
10,000 386-758-8661
4, MONTANA, 2000,
5th Wheel, 30 ft,
Excellent condition.
$24K OBO. 270-0967.
Very low miles, new
Y I -/tIres, very clean
S $4000. C a ll
912-882-5646. Ask for Erick.
PILGRIM TT 30'2007
Used Twice, $14,000
(904) 714-9939
Travel Trailer '06, 31' T,
great for weekend
trips, MSRP 15,976 NOW,
13,999 386-756-8661
S|1987, motor home.
< 127K miles. Good
cond. Sleeps 6.
Must sell. $7000 obo.
912-882-4168 Iv msg

1300 C '04


running or not
will pick up 352-441-0442
Custom Chopper
chrome 2300
PT912-576-3437. 10k8MO EXTENDED

TO Must seION.
771-2442 oGSXR-6000 '03
i l.1K ml poliihedc
CL'nditnr gar Kept
ASKFOR. 0N,$r. i

F i T C l L I r not
ipick up 352 .441 pr.,-0442

.:: 2 *J . i-r rir.4
New r. 0. Cpaintand i
chrome 10,000

9'12 2576.343710k
HD 883R '02 Flat ir-.:r.:r
rer.'iic Or ana,? &o oiu
LO.*r rriles r, jr r cDr

Riding 9e-1r r- 1l668
HD Fatboy '99, 4Kmi, bik
Lots of chrome+extras.
,:.n;4er L 30.n. 45 u 1 11:

inrMust sel $14,8005o. CrboIS

,904-l 992-9554/234-3921E.

904-992- 9554/234-3921

Best buy! Low miles,
1 owner, $8500 285-4914
HD XR1200 'e86 Flat
Tracker Street legal.
Classic one of a kind.
$7900. 904-631-6658
HONDA 929RR Erion edt.
'01, 8Kml, good shape,
extras, $6S00.382-0131
HONDA CBR600 '96
SClean bike; low
t mIles, good condl
tion, extra parts.
For more details, call
4 Honda CBR '95
1600 miles, SHOkEI,
RF900 Helmet, Joe
Rocket Jacket,
$3,000 OBO.
904 262-8155.
Honda CRF- 150
S03 4.stroke dirt
m EbiCke red, good
condition, $1800
OBO.Call 7727031
or 553-0056.

SHonda Goldwing
S'83 Interstate
1100. Low miles.
L Excellent shape,
must seel PCS, must
sell: $3200 010.

4 Hondo RCS1 '01
Mint condition.
Garage kept. 5,200
2 miles. All stock.
Extras, $6,700 firm.
Call Jamie 864.6699.
Mustang Seat-
Fits Road King.
n 0Like new, $100
or 249-1611.
SuzukI Volusa
Intruder '01
54 000. I1Ot of
l e-tra,605':c.
.904,666 6130 61E6 6961
TR, '03. New bat
TI tery. Runs strong &
fast. $3000 OBO.
Call 912-510 .0716 or
SYAMAHA Blaster, 4
wheeler, 200 cc,
2-stroke, new
Q-chain, rear tires,
engine runs good,gear
shift stuck, 675 OB0.

4 CHROME 18 In rims
wIth 245/40 tires
kltand lugs w/Lexus
center plate. $800
obo. Matthew 755-7155.
4V, Mustang Parts
t '96. '98M agna-
I flow 15474, xpipe,
new, $150. '05. '07
rear window, louver
new $100. 908-5058

Tire 1-new
215/75/R1S, also
Chevy Astro alumni
4 rim 49. Must sell
call 904-278-6251;
also 1-205/75/RS15 tire.
STIRES, new on Ford
SF150 rims Toyo Proxes
ktlI)S/T, 275/70R16. Must
a II T450 D,3n3

T:,,C. Proxe c ,'T.
2.5' 701116. fUSt

Exc ,::,nd garage kept
$l1l.50. 9,4 739271J
4 Mercedes 450SL
Roadster '74 2
| oc-r c-n n r3rd-
4 t':c. red a ,cn
irte-r,,:.r A. C. PW.
AT-Iull cover, manuals,
new tires, and brakes.
Call 904-278-6251 or

4 Acura TL '04
Silver, black Inte-
rior, 38,000 miles.
Excellent condi-
tion. $24,998. Call
Oliver at 374-2951 or
390-3610, 5219.
White/tan leather,
fully equip, only
33,000 mi. $22,980
AUDI A4 '03 sunrf, leather,
awesome car! $17,488
2005S Fully equip
$27,640 998-0012

BMW 325ic Conv
'02. Prem/sport
pklg, 36K miles
$28,980 998-0012
y BMW 3301 '06
Silver, premium
package, like new
$37,980 998-0012
4 BMW 5301A '03, Sports
I pkg, Premum pkg,
S l43Kmi, new tires, tint
custom paint, limited
edition leather and much
more. Must see. $29,900.
BMW 5451 '04, Silver &
gray. 29kml. Loaded,
lmmac. $43,900. 880-7078
Extra low miles,
fully equip. $17,990
Only 70K Miles! All
Optlonsll Will SAcriflce
for $5495 564-7822

) Navigation, Ithr,
SCD, sunroof. Only
10,000 mi. $36,980
Fullyequip, only
9 50,000 miles. $9995
'04. Diamond
pearl/white, SR,
chrome wheels. $19,890
o n iOnly 23k miles.
sunrf, low miles $11,488
CHEVY CAPRIS '95. runs
great, AC, CD, 12" Spkrs,
2800obo. 861-7401
.COUPE '06, 5 spd,
\l 'ready to ride or
customize, 5900 min.
$12,200. 912-882-4137.
4, Chevy Impala '04
38K inles, 6 cyl,
auto, tint, new
tires great cond.
CHEVY MALIBU '01 Loaded,
low miles, like new $7988
Chrysler Mini Cooper '04
bright yellow, 17,500.
ml. $18,500. Exc cond. 1
owner 904-260-0177

My loss, your Gain
Fully loaded, leather
seats, heated.
Power windows,
auto slide doors and
tailgate. 6 disc CD
changer, AC front &
rear, sep. controls,
& to much to men-
tion. Call for
details. Take over
53-3249 or


3k miles, like new!!! $17,988
Leather, CD, save
SRT8 '06 Only 600
Navigation, sun-
roof. $37,980
V8, loaded, Just slightly
used!! $14,988
3rd row seats, V6,
extra clean!!!l $12,988
XLT, V8, Awesome
truck!! $16,288
blue, as is, $450 OBO.
Cell 887-9042 lv msg
One Owner! Superclean!
$5995 564-7822
'05. Only 2600
Miles. $25,660
T '02 V6, Pony
I Package, red.
tt $8,999. Call
(912)576- 2756 or
(912)573.4009. Great
loaded, very sharply $11,988
3.8 LT V6. Fully loaded,
,70K ml, excellent con
ditlon. $7900 OBO.
auto, gotta see
this onel! $4988
o Ford Mustang
4 Cobra '98 SVT
I convertible, 37,000
9- miles, bonus extra
set of four tires and
rims $14,990. 314.3061
tan, 125kmi, extra clean
Must see $3650. 607-3289
sunroof, extra clean,
$3550. Rick 607-3289
Honda Accord EX
'94 5 spd, leather,
PW, sunroof, CD.
S eng.good. Needs
clutch.$1500, OBO.
4dr, Love at first sight!! $6788
Hyundia Sonata LX '06
16kmi. v.6, sunroof, Ithr.
all opt. $16,900. MUST
f INFINITE G35 Coupe
.d2 '04 Pearl white/
tan, extra low mi.
$26,880 998-0012
KIA AMANTI OS5 V6, leather,
sunroof, like new!! $16,788
Only 15,000 miles,
fully equip. $9890
leather, PW, like new 43K
mi. 646-4880/571-6261
(7 MAZDA RX8 '04
Extra low miles.
beautiful. $17,480
SMercedes Benz
450 SL '74
Conv/hardtop, red
no rust, runs good
x203 or 278-6251
Mercedes C230 Sport 06
6000 miles, V6, auto 1
owner. Must sell.
$27,900. 407-552-7780
Super Clean! Must See!
Call John or Hank $4995
SMustang V6 '02,
Pony Package,
t Red. $19,500. Call
912-576-2756 or
912-573-4009. Nothing
wrong, getting new car.
SMustang V6 '02
Pony Package
Red, $8,999. Call
(912). 576-2756.
Great condition.

Styxx would like to
invite all friends
and customers to
stop by or call

Bring in this ad for
extra savings!
Military and First
Time Buyers
Want to be treated
like family, come to

4, NISSAN 350Z '03,
/ loaded, silver,
<|I black leather.
49,300 ml. 6 CD
Bose Sound System. 6
spd, 29 mpg. $21,300
OBO. 904-742-6952 or
NISSAN 300ZX '98- 60K
miles, auto, $7200. Very
Good Cond. 904-781-8930
(7\NISSAN 350Z Cony.
'..y.'04 Touring. Only
17,000 mi. $29,990
Blue auto, low miles,
like new!! $25,988
'05. Nav, CD Ithr,
10K mi. $30,990
loaded, extra nicellI $19,788

4, NISSAN Titan '06,
/ 7K miles, LE crew
<| cab 4x4, tin lift, 35
SIn, A/T tires,
$45,000. 252-6677.

Hall Damage Special
Must Sell! $3495
Hclid 3 Coupe.
1 970. 3 . ong
bl:.,e- Mur.ce 4
speed % '-Hurnt .hlher
2 DR, w25 ram air hood
& factory rear spoiler.
Runs well. Great proJect
car. $1500 OBO. Contact
T.I r ,6" '214 ''1,-
92 Runs Well! Call HAnk
or John $895 564-7822
PONTIAC VIBE '03auto, low
miles, extra nice!! $12,988
4dr, auto, very sharply $5988
PRIX '02. Only 50K
miles. $8980
'05. Only 800
miles leather, CD,
fully equip. $26,890

.--it--J n-- n m .----I IE

AT, Navigation
Sunroof, Leather,

Auto, sunroof

Quadcab ,SRD, AT, V6

Turbo, leather, CD

6 Speed
SLT, 3rd seat
'02 BMW 745i
Premium Package,
CD, Leather Sunroof
Low miles, 4x4
TOURING Navigation
Sunroof Leather
Cab, black, only 26K


Sunroof, Leather

m R e n rct

CHEVY Tahoe LT 4x4,
'01, Champ/tan
,leather dual, A/C,
loaded, 69K miles.
$14,900 OBO 962-4801.
9 Champ/tan, equip,
only 49k ml $18.980
on a scale of 1-101!! $27,988
low miles, auto,
very, sharply $9988
SLT '02. Lthr, CD,
fully equip $11,980
'05. Only 14,000
miles $15,980
DODGE RAM 1500 '01,
4WD w/off road tires, V8,
ext. cab, $5900. 449.6931
Fords & All Makes/Model
Will pay you p to 15%
more than dealer. 31457901
loaded, very sharply $13,588
2dr, spd, extra nice!! $8988

'03. Leather, CD,
beautiful $14,980

Like new, only
38,000 miles. $15,890
'03 Eddie Bauer,
fully equip $20,680
Eddie Bauer '05
Lthr, CD. $20,980

Ford Explorer '91
81,700 miles V6,
* | runs great 4
4 when drive,
needs paint. Good
tires. Call David:

FORD F150 '95, 96K
Smiles, 5 speed, 6 cyl
mlgreat shape, original
owner Very defend
ij4lv,' "8 ui- 0," "Il"

V6, auto, very sharp!! $9688

'05. Only 20,000
miles, fully
equipped $18,980
0m4.Only 30,000
ml, Ithr, CD $23,980
sunrf, like newli $16,788
Extra Low Miles,
white/tan $27,380

"RODEO '99
;; : BAGS,' !:11
$6300 obO.



Besides protecting our country, military

personnel stationed in our communities

donated 505,907 hours of volunteer

service in Northeast Florida and Southeast

Georgia last year. Their time was given to

community organizations, church groups,

youth activities, scouting and more.

Thank you!

For advertising information,

please call 904-359-4336,

Fax 904-366-6230.

7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600

4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000


Only 10Kmi $24,380

4x4, V8, fully equip
sunroof. $19,890

JEEP LIBERTY '05 V6, Auto.
loaded, extra nice!!l $15,788

Mud Bogger tires. Hard/
soft top. $5500. 982-7638

'03, 53kmi great cond,
$17,500ob0o. 403- 5845

SNissan Frontier
'03 xe-v6,
crewcab, excel-
lent condition,
remote start, premium
sound system, 38k mi.
Tonneau Cover.
$12,500 neg.
904 779- 0579/993 8106.

S Nissan Pathfinder
'95 140k miles,
fully loaded,
-t" $3,000. Call Brenda

Super-Clean! Call John
or Hank 904-564-7822

auto, V6, like new!! $12,988

'03 Only 35,000 mi
$14,890 998-0012

SCION XB 'OS auto, low
miles, extra nicely $14,288

S LTD' 03 champ/tan
$21,480. 998-0012

CRUISER '07 4x4.
Only 8,000 miles

'02. White/tan,
like new. $19,990

eP VOLVO XC90 '04
Leather, CD, sunrf,
ex low mi. $28,990



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in the
section of the

Cleanl Low Miles! $1895
low miles, auto,
very, sharp!! $9988
FORD E150 Conver
|sion Van, runs
ll great, cold AC, new
fires, $1500 firm.
Call 233-7782.
Nice! Cold Air! Call John
or Hank $4995 564-7822
Kia Sedona LX d06 15K mi
white, new design, rear
AC, V6, all opt, must sell
$16,200. 321-697.8101

FORD BRONCO -'85, 4x4,
5.7 V8, runs good, as Is,
$900. 708.3657
5spd, runs great, cold
AC, $1650. 568 5518
QUIS '95, Dependable,
$1800. 880-0360
$2950. 6855S18
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4 Mustang Alloy
Rims & Tires. New
mounted and balanced,
$175. 264.3777
4 Original 20" Rims
for Dodge Ram.
Chrome Good-
year tires incl.
$1200 5OBO. Call Evan at

11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500

10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000
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10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911

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2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486

10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200

10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111

11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



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