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Publication Date: January 25, 2007
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Fallen pilots remembered '

By MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Staff Writer

during a stormy day in Sep-
tember 2005, two VS-32
pilots lost their lives after
their plane crashed across the street
from NAS Jacksonville's airfield.
Lt. Cmdr. Scott Bracher and Lt.
Cmdr. Thomas Blake were recog-
nized Jan. 19 during a tree dedica-
tion ceremony in Heritage Park.
"This tree will provide the com-
fort and shade those two guys pro-
vided us long after the squadron
and air wing are gone," said Cmdr.
John Breast, commanding officer
of VS-32.
The tree, a seven-foot-tall
Magnolia, was donated by Pat's
Nursery in Green Cove Springs.
Underneath the tree is a granite
marker that reads "Lt. Cmdr. Scott
T. Bracher, Lt. Cmdr. Thomas E.
Blake Jr., In memory of our fall-
en heroes, Sept. 21, 2005." The
marker was donated by Beaches
Memorial in Jacksonville.
The dedication of a tree and
marker as a living memorial to
fallen Sailors is an old tradition
at NAS Jacksonville. Patriot's
Grove located just past the NAS
Jax Main Gate is dedicated spe-

Photos by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
(From left) The parents of Lt. Cmdr. Scott Bracher, Greg and Lorraine, his
brother Todd, Lt. Cmdr. Robert Resales, Cmdr. Kevin Quarder, Lt. Cmdr.
Thomas Blake's daughter Lily, Jessica Blake and Tommy Jr. look on during the
tree dedication ceremony Jan. 19.

cifically for this purpose. However
this tree and marker were placed
in Heritage Park which is home to
several static displays of decom-
missioned aircraft as well as a dis-
play of the S-3B Viking.
"We wanted to put the marker
here so it could face the S-3," said

After Breast addressed the
crowd, he gave family members
and friends the opportunity to
speak about their memories of
Bracher and Blake. The granite marker in memory of Lt. Cmdr. Scott Bracher and Lt. Cmdr.
Thomas Blake sits underneath a Magnolia tree planted in their honor in
See REMEMBER, Page 11 Heritage Park.

Photo by MCI(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
(From left) Fleet Readiness Center Southeast Capt. John Scanlan, NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson and Naval Hospital Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono
proudly display their Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) awards during the annual CFC cel-


CFC drive

comes to

an end

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer

Grand celebration
held Jan. 17 at the
A NAS Jacksonville
Officers' club officially ended
the 2006 Northeast Florida/
Southeast Georgia Combined
federal Campaign (CFC).
This year's campaign gen-
erated $2,184,026 in contri-
butions that will be distrib-
uted among the non-profit
organization approved by a
special committee to become

Photo by James Smith
Vice Chair of the Combined Federal Campaign Executive
Cabinet J. Nicholas Shelley gives some remarks at the annual
2006 Campaign Celebration at the NAS Jax Officers' Club
Jan. 17 as Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm.
Mark Boensel looks on. The event was held to recognize those
involved in this year's CFC, which raised more than $2 million
during the annual fundraising event.
recipients. This is the sev- We give."
enth consecutive year the Although the campaign
drive has topped 2 million, proved to be a huge success,
The year's theme was
"United We Stand, United See CFC, Page 11

TOUCHIN Construction to begin on Mathews Bridge To make the needed improvements, the bridge will only be open one-way
Westbound (toward downtown) for approximately 90 days. Eastbound traffic
S From the Florida Department of Transportation will be detoured via the Hart Bridge and Atlantic Boulevard.
The Florida Department of Transportation has awarded a contract to PCL Construction on the bridge will include a complete deck replacement and
Civil Constructors, Inc. to replace the open steel grating on the Mathews strengthening the supports beneath and above the driving surface. The proj-
A S E Bridge beginning in early February. ect is expected to be completed by mid-summer.


Foreign dignitary visits

* V~

Photos by MC2(AW/SW) Leah Stiles
Adm. Mohamman Afzal Tahir, chief of the naval staff in the Pakistan Navy, shakes
hands with Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel as he steps
off the plane onto NAS Jacksonville's air strip Jan. 19. Tahir visited the base because
VP-30 is currently training several Pakistani pilots and he wanted see the squadron's

AD2 Adnan
I, Abbasi of VP-
30 (center),
i escorts Adm.
Afzal Tahir,
chief of the
naval staff in
the Pakistan
Navy, around
VP-30 hangar
during a tour
Jan. 19.

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2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS J ACSON\'ILLE, Thursday, January 25, 2007

Looking back in time...

File photo
The 1960s Acey-Ducey Club was a popular place located at Black Point at NAS Jacksonville. Unfortunately, this landmark
4. was destroyed by a fire in 1969.


A new baby, new appreciation



did a WESTPAC back then,"
S the man said. "I flew with
those helo guys. They're great.
,.Do you know [so-and-so]?"
"' My husband, Dustin, moved into
proper sea-story posture (hands out in
'front, ready to simulate aircraft, just
in case), and said, "Yeah, those guys
went through flight school with me. I
haven'tt talked to them in years."
5Jus.t another typical exchange
Between two military guys. Given
'~ore time, they would have segued
irnto stories about landing on carriers,
Something similar to fishermen com-
Varing the size of their catch. I rolled
Psmy eyes, and though I knew a good
oiilitary wife should feign interest, I
Mepuldn't. You see, I was in labor, and
W was my husband and the doctor
TSv3apping stories over the foot of my
labor and delivery bed. Yes, of all the
things Dustin has done-taking the
boys to the wrong Chik-fil-A for their
birthday party, for example-this will
rank right up there as one of the most
When the doctor left the room,
Dustin turned to me and said, "Isn't it
cool he was on that cruise?"
Now remember, I was in active
labor, anxiously awaiting my epidu-
ral. "Not when I'm trying to have a
baby," I said.
Dustin, realizing his mistake, quick-
ly said, "OK, it's all about you now."
I can only imagine that it's hard for

ry medicine
a military man like my husband in a
military hospital with his pregnant
wife to keep the two separate. When
the doctor came back in to deliver
our baby, he never mentioned that
WESTPAC again. Neither did Dustin.
No one, not even pilots bursting at the
seams with sea stories, messes with a
woman about to have a baby.
But, alas, this is where the jokes
I couldn't wait to write and tell
you about the birth of our third son,
Lindell Grant Smiley, Jan. 9. I knew
the experience would provide plenty
of good writing material. In fact, dur-
ing the above scenario, despite my
pain and anxiety, I remember think-
ing, "Oh, this will be a column."
Yet now, as I sit here plucking
away at the keyboard, I have no more
snarky comments, no complaints, no
stories. Instead I am filled with grati-
tude and appreciation for the care I
received at the military hospital.
Wow, did I just write that?
I've made my share of jokes about
long lines at the pharmacy and the
condition of some military hospi-
tals. But two weeks ago, when the
Navy hospital became my temporary
home for the birth of our son, I was
reminded of something very impor-
tant. Mainly, it isn't the buildings
or waiting-room comforts that shape
our experiences. It is the people.
When you have good people, the ceil-
ing could fall apart in pieces to the
floor (which it did when I was getting

lab work done

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Job title/command:
Air Traffic Controller. NAS Jax
Air Operations

Hometown: Hunts\ille. Ala.

Family Life: Married

Past Duty Stations: NATTC Pensacola

Career Plans: To spend 20 \ears in the Na\N\.
retire as a limited duty officer and then \ ork for a
contract facility .

Most Interesting Experience: Na%\ life as
a \\ hole.

Words of Wisdom: Kno\ ledge is po, er. The
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walk away feeling grateful.
Two weeks ago, I had good people.
I had the nurse who held my hand
and smoothed my hair; the off-duty
doctor who came in the middle of the
night to deliver my baby, just because
he promised he would; and the pedia-
trician who patiently and personally
offered reassurance when our baby
was sick. And this is just to name a
My experience reminds me of a trip
to the hospital vending machine. First
it ate my dollar and offered no caf-
feine in return.
I stared at the glowing red light
and cried. Then I shuffled back to
my room, searched for more change,.
and returned to the lobby for a sec-
ond try. On the way, I caught myself
thinking, "This is so typical! I should
have known that this machine in this
hospital would be broken!" I depos-
ited my change anyway, hopelessly
pressed a button, and bam, not one,
not two, but four diet godas fell out of
the machine. Jackpot!
As I walked back to my room with
the cold, wet load of sodas in my
arm, it occurred to me that I often
approach military-life situations in
the same way. At first I am skeptical
and pessimistic. But once you get past
the endless sea stories, tiresome cli-
ch6s, and broken machines, you find
a priceless treasure, which is, namely,
the military's people.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


Hey. MonevMan!
I just filed my taxes and
found 'out that I could get
my refund right away. I
was stationed overseas for
part of the year, so I am
getting around $2,000 back.
The tax service told me
that if I needed my money
right away, I could get it
within one day. The charge
for the immediate refund
was $210. My wife thinks
this is a rip-off, but it
sounds reasonable to me.
What do you think?
MonevMan Sez:
Your wife is right! It is
a huge rip-off, and I think
it should be illegal. Think
about it. You file your taxes
and you will get a refund in
one to two weeks.
If you want the refund
now, you must pay more
than 200 bucks. What are
you paying for? You are
paying in order to save a
few days in getting a refund
of your own money. The
cost is astronomical.
If you need that money
now, I recommend that you
take out a short-term loan

at your credit union or bank
and save tons. Even at a
bank credit union charging
a very high rate-say, 18
percent-a two-week loan
of $2,000 would only cost
you around $15.
Also consider this: why
are you getting a refund
anyway? This means
that you are giving Uncle
Sam way too much of your
money every month. You
should adjust your federal
tax withholding so that
you're not receiving a huge
That way, you will
have the money available
throughout the year instead
of waiting to get your own
money back from the fed-
eral government. Getting a
huge refund at the end of
the year is bad enough, but
paying someone a huge fee
to get your own money back
is just nuts!
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.

Teachers seminar offered
From the Navy College Office

Teaching as a Second Career Seminar will be held
Feb. 14 from 9 a.m. to noon at the NAS Jax Chapel
religious Education Hall. The seminar will cover
the Troops to Teacher Program, Spouses to Teachers
Program, considerations prior to a career transition,
Florida certification options, Florida teacher certification
requirements. For more information and to register, call

Calling all first class petty officers
All first class petty officers from NAS Jacksonville
and tenant commands are invited to join the
Combined Command First Class Petty Officer
Association. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 10
a.m. in the Building 822 conference room.
For more information, call AZ1 Daniel Rodriguez at 542-

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You are invited to the following Base
Chapel Worship Services this Sunday:

8:15 a.m. - Holy Eucharist
9:30 a.m. - Catholic \Iass
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/AW Heather Ewton
Staff Writer .....................................MC1 (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer ............................. .......MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Design/Layout....................................................George Atchley
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By Sarah Smi,
jSiecial Contributo

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Job title/command:
Police Officer. NAS Ja\
Ql s Securit. Department

Hometown: Pinckne\. Mich.

Family Life: I'm married and have a 16-\ear-
old son

Past Duty Stations: Currentl\ a resert 15[
with Naval Securit\ Force Blount Island Command.
NAS Ja\ 0274. USS John L. Hall. LISS John Rodg-
ers. USS Edwarid NMcDonnell

Career Plans: To protect and serxe.

Most Interesting Experience: Being pro-
moted to chief petty officer.

Words of Wisdom: '1our action rtoda\ \\ill
affect \O1 n11 the future

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday; January 25, 2007 3

Deputy director of

security to retire tomorrow

By Kaylee LaRocque

NAS Jax Deputy Director of
Security Gary Newman will
retire for the second time from
the NAS Jax Security Department
during a ceremony at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club tomorrow at 10 a.m.
Many of his co-workers, friends
and associates will help celebrate
the completion of his illustrious 24-
year career with the security depart-
ment. Rear Adm. Donald Bullard,
commander, Navy Expeditionary
Combat Command, will be the
guest speaker. Also speaking will be
Commander, Navy Region Southeast
Rear Adm. Mark Boensel and NAS
Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Newman, who was raised in a mili-
tary family, joined the Navy in March
1959 In Kodiak, Alaska and complet-
ed basic training at NTC, San Diego.
Newman has served in a variety of
commands. His tours of duty included:
USS Ammen (DD 527), USS Shelton
(DD 790), USS Orleck (DD 886),
USS Maddox (DD 731), U.S. Naval
Magazine, Subic Bay, Philippines,
Armed Forces Police Department,
Olongapo, Philippines, USS Henry
W. Tucker (DD 875), Task Force 117,
River Assault Division 11 2 in Mekong
Delta, Vietnam, Armed Forces Police
Department, Brooklyn Navy Yard,
USS Zellars (DD 777), USS John
R. Pierce (DD 753), USS Howard
W. Gilmore (AS 20), Shore Patrol
Headquarters, La Maddalena, Italy
and NAS Jax Security Department.
Newman retired from the Navy at
NAS Jax in 1978 as a master-at-arms
chief petty officer. He then joined the
Clay County Sheriffs Office in Green
Cove Springs, and served as a deputy
In August 1983, Newman returned
to the NAS Jax Security Department
to serve as the station's chief of police.
He was promoted to deputy director
of security in 2003 and has served in

Gary Newman
that capacity until now.
"My most memorable experiences
during my Navy career were going
through basic training and completing
a six-month Western Pacific cruise
before my 18th birthday, having been
in both Alaska and Hawaii before
they became states, being on board
USS Maddox during the Tonkin Gulf
Incident in August 1964, reenlisting
in full battle gear while on a combat
mission inside the Rung Sat Special
Zone in Vietnam by Lt. Cmdr. Dusty
Rhodes and being a plankowner in
the master-at-arms (MAA) rating
after cross-rating from torpedoman's
mate in 1973," said Newman.
During his career here, Newman
has seen numerous changes on the
base and within his department. "I've
served under 13 different command-
ing officers with each having goals
they wanted to fulfill during their
term. Helping them reach their goals
has been a rewarding experience. I've
seen some wonderful changes espe-
cially the area of demolishing old and
obsolete buildings to make room for
building new and modern working
and living spaces," stated Newman.
"Some of the biggest changes have

occurred in the area of enhanced secu-
rity projects that, although largely
transparent, have significantly helped
to protect the station's assets and per-
sonnel. When stationed here in 1975,
there were only 18 civilian police offi-
cers. I was the first rated MAA to
serve in the department as a patrol
officer. The security practices and
equipment in use today were non-
existent then."
"With the terrorist attacks of 9/11,
the department grew to 350 civilian
and military security officers. With
the personnel growth, new monies
because available to fight the war on
terrorism. The department is now
back to around 165 security officers.
I am truly amazed at how all the mili-
tary and civilian workers throughout
the station tackle problems togeth-
er, always as one unified team," he
So what will he miss the most after
being part of the base security team
for that past couple decades? "I'm
going to miss my co-workers and the
many daily challenges that come with
managing a multi-faceted depart-
ment. Most importantly, I will miss
my many friends I've known for so
many years. I am customer-service
oriented and I truly enjoyed working
with everyone and doing my part in
providing a safe working and living
environment," he continued.
Newman has other high aspirations
for the near future. "I have other
interests that I want to pursue and
I feel that the opportunity is right
for me to follow my dreams and still
provide a service to the military and
civilian community," he said. "I have
filed my paperwork with the Clay
County Supervisor of Elections and
am now a candidate for the Office
of Sheriff, Clay County. My three
decades of experience in law enforce-
ment and anti-terrorism procedures,
linked with the ability to work with
a diversified community as a proven
team manager will prove to be benefi-
cial to everyone."

Photo by MCSN Harry Rucker IIl
Lt. Jason Mays of VP-5 explains the mission of a P-3C Orion
aircraft to the Association of Elders from the town Tremestier,
Sicily, Italy Jan. 13. VP-5 provided the association with 'a
static display of a P-3C Orion aircraft while on their tour 6f
NAS Sigonella. VP-5, homeported in Jacksonville, is forward-
deployed in support of maritime security operations and the
global war on terrorism.


elders visit VP-5

By MCSN Harry Rucker III
VP-5 Public Affairs

The "Mad Foxes" of VP-5, forward deployed to
Sigonella, Italy in support of maritime security
operations and the global war on terrorism, hosted
the Association of Elders from the town of Tremestier,
Sicily Jan. 13.
The elders were on a scheduled tour of both the Italian
and American sides of NAS Sigonella when they paid a
visit to the VP-5 hangar spaces.
The group of 127 was able to view a static display of a P-
3C Orion aircraft as well as pose for photographs in front
of a giant American flag and the VP-5 insignia.
The highlight of the visit was when Lt. Jason Mays
spoke to the elders about the mission the P-3C Orion per-
forms for the Navy. Mays was assisted by NAS Sigonella
Community Relations Officer Alberto Lunetta with trans-
"Meeting all the elders was really cool. They were exct-
ed and inquisitive about our jobs as aircrew. However, it
would have been nice if I knew Italian," explained Mays.,
The elders were introduced to the flight crew and were
shown a sonobuoy, a common tool used to detect subma-
Upon completion of the VP-5 static display, the group
applauded with gratitude for the Mad Fox hospitality. "It
was a very pleasant experience. The elders were really
'interested in our mission and it was a great opportunity
to share the P-3C Orion with our host nation," said VP-5
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Brent Klavon.
VP-5 looks forward to many more opportunities to dis-
play its aircraft and personnel to our Italian allies.

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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 25, 2007

Reminder: Cell phone

use while driving on

base is prohibited

By MCI(AW) Melissa
Staff Writer
All drivers should be aware that
cellular phone usage is prohib-
ited while operating a motor
vehicle at NAS Jacksonville.
Commander, Navy Installations
Command (CNIC) issued CNICNOTE
5100 dated May 5, 2006 which states
all motor vehicle operators on a Navy
installation and operators of govern-
ment-owned vehicles (except for fire,
emergency, or law enforcement/secu-
rity personnel using official commu-
nication device) will comply with the
* Driver use of a hand-held cellular
phone in a moving vehicle is hereby
* The prohibition against using
hand-held cellular phones does not
include hands-free cellular phone
devices. Hands-free devices include
console/dash-mounted or otherwise
secured cellular phones with integrat-
ed features such as voice-activation,
speed dial, speakerphone or other
similar technology for sending and
receiving calls.
* Driver use of any portable, per-
sonal listening device worn inside
the ear canal, around or covering the

driver's ear while operating a motor
vehicle, except for fire and emergency
response or law enforcement/securi-
ty purposes is prohibited. Listening
devices include wired or wireless
earphones and headphones (includ-
ing Bluetooth or similar technology).
This does not include hearing aides
or devices designed and required for
hearing protections.
"This is a requirement for all
Department of Defense military
installations. It's patterned after what
some states and municipalities have
already done - banning drivers from
talking on a hand-held cell phones
while the vehicle is moving," accord-
ing to NAS Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson. "It's a step in the
right direction for safety".
Most military bases around the
nation and overseas are making the
transition putting this policy into
Last May, base security patrolman
started issuing tickets for non-compli-
ance with the policy. This policy does
not apply to passengers in the vehi-
cle. Signs are posted at all NAS Jax
entrances noting the policy. The signs
are posted on the right hand side of
the road immediately inside the gates.
Bluetooth and ear buds will also be
added to the signs as a reminder that

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these devices are also prohibited.
Those ticketed for using any of these
devices while driving will receive.
three points on their driving record.
The driver will then be required to
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attend a driver improvement course

thin 90ese devices after receiving theed.
Those ticketed for usiving privi-any of these
devices whilsuspended until proof of atten-ceive

dance is provided. The points will not
three points on their driving recordafter
compThe driver will then be required to

Course but will continue to accumu-
attend a driver improvement course
within 90 days after receiving the NAS Jax
Safety Office at no cost driving privi-ough
leges suspended until proof of atten-
dance is provided. The points will not
be removed from your record after
completing the Driver Improvement

Course but will conquestinue to act thcumu-
base safety office at 542-3082.
The Driver Improvement Course
can be taken through the NAS Jax
Safety Office at no cost or through
any National Safety Council certified
agency. For any questions contact the
base safety office at 542-3082.

February is National African-American History Month

From the Chief of Naval Operations
February marks the 81st annual
observance of African-American
History Month. The national
theme for this year's observance is
"From Slavery to Freedom: The Story
of Africans in Americas."
African-American History Month is
a.great opportunity for all commands
to educate their personnel on the
history and achievements of African
Americans in our nation's history and
in their service to our Navy.
African-Americans have served
with distinction in every major con-
flict from the American Revolution to
Operation Iraqi Freedom and among
them there have been 87 Medal of
Honor recipients. Today 68,471 active
duty, 10,183 Reserve and 22,915 civil

MCAC spoi


The NAS Jacksonville
Multicultural Aware-
ness Committee
is celebrating diversity
by sponsoring a African
American History Month
Essay Contest. The con-
test is open to all military
members, civilians and con-,
tractors. African American
History Month is recognized
nationally in February as a
time to reflect on the his-
torical and cultural achieve-
ments by people of African
The essay theme is: What

From Staff
leet Public Affairs
Center Detachment
S o u t h e a s t
former base photo lab, will
be open Tuesdays from 8
a.m' to 3 p.m. at NAS Jax.
This change went into
effect Jan. 23.
The detachment is only
authorized to print com-

service African-American personnel
proudly serve in our ranks.
On Sept. 12, 2006, the Department
of the Navy announced that the
Navy's newest Arleigh Burke Class
guided missile cruiser will be named
USS Gravely in honor of Vice. Adm.
Samuel L. Gravely. Commissioned in
1944, Gravely was the first African
American to command a warship, the
first African-American admiral and
the first African-American to com-
mand a U.S. fleet.
2006 also marked the passing of the
last surviving member of the Golden
Thirteen. The experiences of these
first 13 African-American Navy offi-
cers were documented in the book,
"The Golden Thirteen."
In the forward to that book' Gen.
Colin Powell commented, "from the
very beginning, they understood,

isoring essay

African-American has
inspired you the most and
1. The essay must be
between 750 and 1,000
words and must be typed
in a Word Document and
double-spaced in on 8%" by
11" paper.
2. Contestants should
submit the typed original
by mail or by email.
3. The author's name,
daytime phone number
must be submitted on a
cover page, accompanying
the essay.
4. All essays will be

judged on the a
knowledge of the ind
originality of ideas
opment of point c
insight into essay
clarity of express
The winner wi.
their essay publiE
the Jax Air News
receive a trophy
African American
Month Luncheon Fe
All essays must I
marked by Feb.
mailed to:

almost intuitively, that history had
dealt them a stern obligation. They
realized that in their hands rested the
chance to help open the blind moral
eye that America had turned on the
question on race."
Command are strongly encouraged
to celebrate African-American History
Month through educational programs,
exhibits, publications and partici-
pation in military and community
events that recognize the diversity of
our American culture.
For more information, visit the
Navy diversity Web page at http:/

r contest
uthor's Navy Reserve Readiness
lividual, Command Southeast
, devel- Attn: LT Smith
)f view, Box 90, Naval Air Station
theme, Jacksonville, FL
ion and
on and32212-0090
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11 have to: Kennetta.Smith@navy.
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and will Essays postmarked after
at the that date will not be consid-
History ered, nor returned.
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Notification of winners
be post- The winner will be
16 and announced at the African
American History Luncheon
Feb. 22.

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By Hugh Cox
Navy Environmental Health Center Public Affairs
The Navy Environmental Health Center (NEHC)
unveiled its "newest" field activity recently in
NEHC, in cooperation with the Office of the Secretary
of Defense for Installations and the Environment, transi-
tioned the previous Disease Vector Ecology and Control
Center in Jacksonville to become the Navy Entomology
Center of Excellence (NECE)..1
for the development of new""
chemistries and application
technology tools to better
protect deployed forces from
insects that carry diseases.
NEHC is a subordinate com-

based Navy Medicine
Support Command.
A brand new insectary
located in Ga'inesville, pro-
vided the backdrop for the
unveiling and will serve as
the nerve-center for the vast
majority of NECE's research Photo by Roberto Pereira
into control of disease-carry- Dr. Gale Buchanan,
ing insects. the Undersecretary of
Congressman Cliff Agriculture (Research,
Stearns (R-FL) and Education & Economics)
Dr. Gale Buchanan, examines a mosquito
the Undersecretary of attraction test during a
Agriculture (Research, tour of the insectary.
Education & Economics) were among many dignitar-
ies on hand for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Keynote
remarks were given by Program Manager of Medical
Entomology, Dr. Gary Breeden.
"The opening of this building is a lasting symbol for
the reinvigoration of the past successful cooperative
research between these two departments," Breeden
said. "All current break-through discoveries for control
of disease-carrying insects, used worldwide, were devel-
oped at this USDA laboratory in cooperation with Navy
entomologists. Now we can begin producing the next
generation of discoveries, enabled by this building, the
largest of its kind in America."
Insect-borne diseases, such as malaria and leishmani-
asis, are on the increase worldwide and more of a threat
to deployed forces today than they were 20 years ago.
Current products and application methods are decades
old and not suited for the high-heat desert environments
and insects encountered in the Middle East. New prod-
ucts are sorely needed to ensure military readiness and
global public health.
Through NECE, the Navy has been working collabora-
tively with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to better
understand the threat and subsequently develop new
and improved products to combat insect-borne diseases.
For more information on the Navy Environmental
Health Center and the Navy Entomology Center of
Excellence, visit their Web site at http://www-nehc.med.

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now open for service

T he new year is upon us! Even if
you have already broken your reso-
lutions, you can still knock out an
important item on your "to do" list by com-
ing to the NAS Jacksonville Tax Center to
have your taxes done.
NAS Jacksonville will once again operate
a tax center to provide free tax prepara-
tion services through a program called
Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA).
This program saves Sailors hundreds
of thousands of dollars they might oth-
erwise pay to get their taxes done, and
obtains millions of dollars in tax refunds
for Sailors.
VITA is the only free tax preparation
service on base. If it does not say VITA it is
not free. Private tax preparers charge $50-
$100 or more per return and often pres-
sure Sailors to pay high additional rates
to get their refunds more quickly. VITA is
run entirely by volunteers. These volun-
teers are certified by the Internal Revenue
Service (IRS) and the center will E-file
returns, ensuring fast refunds.
Who is eligible for free tax
preparation through VITA?
*active-duty service members and their
* retirees and their dependents.
* reservists on active duty for more than
30 days.
* reservists within 30 days of demobili-

* reservists involved in pre-mobilization.
What to bring to the tax center
* 2006 W-2's and 1099's
* copies of social security cards
* taxpayers) military ID cards
* and any other tax records that might
be relevant, including copies of 2005 tax
returns if available
Deploying spouses
Couples wishing to file joint returns
should come to the tax center together. If
a spouse is unavailable, the spouse prepar-
ing the return will need to bring an IRS
Power of Attorney (Form 2848 available at
www.irs.gov) A general power of attorney
from the base legal office will not suffice.
Where and when
The center will be located at building 13.
at the main gate, next to the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society office.
The VITA Tax Center will open its doors
Jan. 22 (the same day that W-2s will be
available online for active duty personnel.)
The hours of operation will be
- Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5
- Saturday - by appointment only
Volunteers are still needed to man the
tax center. To volunteer, contact LNC(SW)
Princess Russell at 542-2941, Ext. 13.
The tax center phone number is 542-

Flu vaccine arrives at Naval Hospital Jacksonville

From Naval Hospital lax
Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville has received
about 10,000 doses
of the flu vaccine.
The immunization will

be given to all TRICARE- through Friday except
eligible patients enrolled on federal holidays. The
at Naval Hospital Family Medicine Clinic is
Jacksonville. offering the vaccine from
The Internal Medicine 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday
Clinic is offering the vac- through Friday. They are
cine from 8 a.m. - noon also closed on federal holi-
and 1-3:30 p.m. Monday days.

JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 25, 2007

HS-3 heads for deployment

Photo by MCSR Matthew Williams
A SH-60 Seahawk assigned to the "Tridents" of HS-3, makes a hard left bank while
flying plane guard as the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75)
gets underway from NS Norfolk, Va. Jan. 12. Truman is currently underway conduct-
ing flight deck certifications in the Atlantic Ocean.

FFSC offers leadership training on preventing domestic violence

From Staff

The Fleet Family Sup-
port Center at NAS
Jacksonville is offer-
ing training on domestic
violence and child abuse
prevention for all command
leaders Jan. 30 from 8 a.m.
to noon at The Zone.
All commanding officers,

executive officers, command
master chiefs and leading
petty officers are invited to
The training will cover
the dynamics of domestic
violence and child abuse,
new reporting procedures,
victim advocacy, Navy legal
aspects of domestic vio-
lence, prevention strategies

and responsibilities of com-
mand leaders.
Since 2001, the Depart-
ment of Defense has made
domestic violence preven-
tion a priority.
To reserve a seat, call
Sandy Jones at 542-2766,
Ext. 115 or e-mail sandra.

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6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 25, 2007

NAS jax firefighters, security and medical personnel work together to help victims during a mass casualty drill Friday.

Lt. Cmdr. Steve Maier, a flight surgeon with VP-30, and Lt.
Hunter Stolldorf, a flight surgeon with VP-16, take a victim's
vital signs to determine his condition during the drill.

Firefighter Capt. John Dales and Firefighter Shawn Wardlaw
carry a victim to the triage area after removing him from a
destroyed vehicle.

Firefighters load a victim on a stretcher so they can transport
him to the triage area.

HN Tasha Nathan of Branch Health Clinic Jax relays informa-
tion about a victim being transported to the hospital.

A victim with head injuries waits to be treated at the scene.

Disaster drill

helps emergency

crews stay prepared

By Kaylee LaRocque
(T here's fire everywhere! People are dying! Send
|help quick! I've never seen anything like this
Before! It was a big green plane and just crashed
near the hospital!" yelled a witness as he called 9-1-1.
Luckily, it was just a drill held last Friday at NAS Jax to
keep emergency crews prepared for the worst.
As first responders arrived on the scene they found
numerous victims with life-threatening injuries scattered
among the trees and in burned out vehicles. The drill
brought out members of the NAS Jax Fire Department,
Security and Naval Hospital Jax including Branch Health
Clinic Jax's entire medical, dental and administrative
staff, who spent several hours extricating and triaging 43
But this was no ordinary drill for Naval Hospital Jax,
it was an emergency multiple casualty event involving
See DRILL, Page 7

Lt. Paul Hillesheim of Branch Health Clinic Jax, (left) and Lt.
Mike McDonald, a flight surgeon with VP-45, check a victim
for injuries at the triage area.

Firefighter Johanna Barry assesses a victim to determine her
condition during at the drill site.

A firefighter determines what injuries a victim has to deter-
mine how to triage him.

JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 25, 2007 7

Photo by HN LeeAnn Lowman
HM3 Earl Payne, Chaplain (Lt.) Ruben Ortiz, HM3 Luis Santiago, Capt. Mary Jackson and Lt. j.g. Greg Blazina care for ATAA
Michael Tekac in the emergency room.

DRILL: Multi-scene drill

helps crews stay sharp ,

From Page 6 , '

all seven of their branch clinics. "We are actually holding
drills at each of our different clinics including NAS Jax,
NS Mayport, NAS Key West, NAS Atlanta, NSB Kings
Bay, Ga., Athens, Ga., and Albany, Ga. Each one has
a different scenario - a bomb blew up one clinic, radia-
tion exposure, pandemics, a plane crash, steam leak and
a tornado," explained Naval Hospital Jax Emergency
Preparedness Coordinator Dana Shropshire.
"Since Naval Hospital Jax is the parent command, we
are monitoring each situation. The purpose of doing a
multiple scale type event is to determine what our capa-
bilities are and how will we better support our clinics
in the field if the request came through. We are testing
our emergency preparedness plan in a multiple casualty
event. We have different fire departments, security and
all our branch clinics participating in these events."
As victims of the plane crash were located, 'they were
taken to a triage area where their injuries were assessed
and immediate care was provided by medical personnel.
They were then loaded into awaiting ambulances and
transported to the hospital emergency room (ER). To make
the drill even more challenging, the power was knocked
out to the hospital.
"The hospital is taking the victims all way through the
ER to the wards and admitting them during this event.
It should be pretty challenging without electricity," said
Steve Parrish, Naval Hospital Jax medical incident com-
"These drills are essential to keep our providers pre-
pared. We train to come out here as a medical group to
provide medical care on scene understanding that if we
actually do have a mass casualty event or act of terror-
ism, our base is going to close down and we will be on our
own handling the situation without any outside help. We
would manage our patients here as best as we can," he
added. "It takes lots of training and dedication by all the
medical providers to work in concert with the police and
fire department and other people on base to provide medi-
cal services to those wounded or those otherwise made ill
by an event such as this."
As the victims were transported to the hospital for the

Photo by HM I(SW) Michael Morgan
HA Leigh Kershaw writes an assessment of ATAA Michal
Tekac's condition as he is admitted to the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Intensive Care Unit.
second portion of the drill, the on-scene responders care-
fully packed up their equipment, breathing a sigh of relief.
"It went pretty good today, but we still have some work to
do. I actually had more people in my command post today
than I have ever had at one of these drills. We worked
better together this time," said Assistant Fire Chief of
Training Fred Lanier.
By working together as a team, emergency responders
here seem well prepared for any emergency that might
"It went very well! We identified some things that we
could improve upon. But overall, it was a great drill. All
the comments I'm receiving from observers and partici-
pants are saying it was a very well executed drill," said
"I really appreciate the involvement of a group of stu-
dents from Jacksonville University who worked with the
moulage team and the folks from the Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Training Unit Jax who served as vic-
tims in the scenario.
"We had great participation from the base disaster pre-
paredness office, police and fire departments. Their efforts
were well organized and we got a well-coordinated effort
from all the departments on the base. We also worked our
branch health clinics from
Key West to Atlanta into this evolution and they also
worked with us very well," she continued. "The lessons
learned from this drill will be addressed in the next one
scheduled for June. That drill will also provide an oppor-
tunity to use some new equipment we've received."

Firefighter Shawn Wardlaw helps a victim walk to the triage

HM2 Brandon Hiddemen prepares
CT Scan.
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Photo by HN LeeAnn Lowman
ATAA Micheal Tekak for a

HM1 Richard Browne of the Naval Hospital Jax Dental
Department and HM2 Christopher Potocki of Naval Hospital
Jax Medical Records Department put a C-Collar on a victim
after assessing his injuries.

Photo by HM2 Misty Morris
Capt. Paul Dainer, Celestia Thomason and Bonnie Hayton triage
SN Jared Higgins as he arrives in the emergency room. Higgins
portrayed a victim in the drill who was brought by ambulance
from a plane crash site with bruising to the stomach.

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Naval Hospital jacksonville personnel staff the Emergency Operation's Center during mass-casualty drills involving all the hospital's Branch Medical Clinics throughout the Southeast Region

Photos by Kaylee LaRocque

8 JAX AIK NI.AS , NASJA(CKS()NVILII ,Thursday, January 25, 2007

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By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
NAS Jdx Chapl _
This is my last article for the Jax Air
News. I have thought long and hard
about what I want to say.
Lots of ideas have come
to mind, but I think the one
thing I want to do is say
It is not something that
comes easy to most of us, /
and yet it is something we
have to do all too often.
Every time I have say .
"goodbye" to someone I love,
it seems that the word just
sticks in my throat and I
have to force it out.
One thing we need to L "
remember is that there are
different levels of "goodbye". Chaplain (Lt
When I say goodbye to my
wife in the morning, it is only until I see
her later in the day. When I.say goodbye
to my parents in Georgia, it is for a few
weeks or months until we are able to see
each other again.
But sometimes we say goodbye to people
knowing fully that we will probably never
see them again. Those to me are the tough
And yet here I am having to do it again.
I have had the privilege of serving here for
more than three years and I have gotten to
know some of you very well.
Today, as I say goodbye, I want to thank
you for allowing me to be a part of your
life while I have been here. I have learned
many lessons during my time at NAS
Jacksonville and I will always have fond
memories of people and events that have

The NAS Jax Chapel is offering
their Marriage Prevention and
Relationship Enhancement Program
(PREP) Jan. 29-30. Classes will be held
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday and from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday at the Chapel
Center's Fellowship Hall.
PREP is designed to address the follow-
ing topics:
* How to communicate better and solve
* How to handle disagreements and con-

happened since 2003.
I plan on living in the area and I will
still come back with some regularity. But
things will not be quite the same, since I
will be in the reserves and no longer on
active duty.
,. Life is about change, and
our ability to succeed in life
depends on our being able to
adapt to any new challenge
' that comes our way.
I would like to remind you
of one thing as I say good-
Sbye. It is important to appre-
ciate the people who are in
your life each and every day.
Never take things for
granted, and never forget
that everyone who you care
for is a gift from God.
I will leave the Navy a
Mylon Pope better person than I was
when I came in. My time in
service has allowed me to have a broader
perspective into the world. I now see things
more clearly than I did before, and have a
deeper understanding of ministry than I
have ever had.
The Navy gives us the opportunity to
grow and to see and experience things
other people can only dream about. There
are so many good things *about the Navy,
that today I only want to think about them.
I can say with certainty, "the Navy has
been good for me."
There are only two things left for me to
do in this article.
First, I want to thank you for reading my
meanderings here over'the last few years.
Second, I want to say goodbye. Even now,
the word is stuck in my throat, but I will
get it out somehow. Don't we always?

Wellness Camp coming up

From Staff
The Naval Hospital Wellness Center
is holding their bi-annual Wellness
Camp Jan. 30-31 from 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the Wellness Center. The following
is the schedule of events:
Jan. 30
7 a.m, - Health Fitness Assessment
9:15 a.m. - Introduction to Wellness
9:30 am.- E.i my for Health
11 am. - Chef ntro and Lunch
12-'0 p.m - How to Choose the Right
Athletic Shoe
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3:15 p.m. - Powerflex Class - Fitness
Jan. 31
8 a.m. - Shop for Health - Commissary
S10 a.m. - Change: Why Is It So Hard?
11:30 a.m. - Lunch
1 p.m. - Health Fitness Assessment
2 p.m. - Back Injury Prevention
2:30 p.m. - Intro to Gym Equipment
3 p.m. - Yogalates or Walk/Run
3:30 p.m. - Q & As, Take Home Points,
For more information and to sign up,
o'all 11 49-F9Q9

a team.
* How to keep friendship, fun and inti-
macy alive in your marriage.
* How to strengthen your commitment to
each other.
Attendees must have permission from
your command via a special request chit or
no cost permissive TAD orders for service
memberss. Chit or orders need to be at the
chapel by today. Attendees should wear
civilian attire.
Civilian employees are also welcome.
Space is limited so call the chapel today at
542-3051 to make your reservation.

CREDO retreats offered at retreat center

From Staff
The Spiritual Fitness 'Division
Southeast offers a variety of spiri-
tual retreats for anyone holding a
Department of Defense ID card who is over
the age of 18.
All transportation, programming, lodg-
ing and meals are free. Retreats are held
at the Sea Retreat Center in St. Simons
Island, Ga.
Registration is on a first come, first serve
basis by calling 270-6958. The following

retreats are coming up:
Marriage Enrichment - March 23-25,
May 4-6
Married couples desiring to take their
marriage to the next level or simply enjoy
being with one another may participate in
a 48-hour retreat. Participants must be
married. Couples must provide their own
Personal Growth Retreat - March 8-11
Come and experience the Navy's best-
kept secret! Do you need to defrag? Then
come to this 72-hour retreat.

Annual vow renewal event coming up

From Staff
The ninth annual St. Valentine
Marriage Vow Renewal, sponsored
by the NAS Jacksonville Religious
Ministries Program, is planned for Feb. 10
at 6 p.m.
The vow renewal will be held at the All
Saints Chapel followed by a fellowship buf-
fet dinner and dance at the at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club.
Music will be provided by the Navy Band

All hands are invited to attend. The cost
is $3 per person E4 and below, $7 per per-
son E5 and E6, $10 per person for E7-E9,
$12 for 01-03, $13 for 04-05 and $15
for 06, retirees and civilians. The dress
is semi-formal. Complimentary child-
care will be provided by NAS Jax Child
Development Center staff members.
Call the chapel at 542-3051/52 for more

s Navy Region Southeast Human
Resources civilians transition to the
National Security Personnel System
(NSPS), the Department of Defense (DoD)
has provided a Web site to ensure that
affected employees have ready access to
information about NSPS. A compendium
of information may be found at: http://
"The NSPS Web site has a lot of valuable
information for the HR employees who
are transitioning to NSPS," said Juanita
Holley, operation program manager for
Navy Region Southeast Human Resources
Department. "DoD civilian employees who
want to know the latest information on
NSPS are encouraged to review the site." ,
The main article on the NSPS home page
(http://www.cpms.osd.mil/nsps) discuss-
es the release of 2007 NSPS pay infor-
mation. Also updated are the frequently
asked questions at: http://www.cpms.osd.
mil/nsps/faqs.html. A variety of brochures,
training and briefing materials are avail-
able, and the contact tab allows users to
email a question or comment directly to
NSPS personnel.

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The NSPS Website may also be accessed
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From the Public Works
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YAC ma ing strides
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By MC1(SW/AW) Heather
Assistant Editor
She NAS Jacksonville's
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Depart-
ment Youth Activities
Center (YAC) has broken
ground by beginning the
construction of a new facil-
ity which will be located
adjacent to the current
building. Harry Pepper and
Associates Design-Build
Team is the contractor
responsible for the project
and it is expected that the
new center will be open and
ready to use for the next
school year.
"The new facility will have
six classrooms, a state of
the art computer lab, huge
game room and an amazing
new playground. We will be
able to hold twice as many
kids as we do now," stated
YAC Director Megan Elliot.
The grand opening of the
new facility will coincide
with the youth center earn-
ing their accreditation. Last
year, Commander Navy
Installations Command
directed that all Navy After
School programs, become
accredited. The youth cen-
ter is moving forward with
their plans to make that
The two-year process of
becoming a National After
School Association (NAA)-
accredited facility has the
youth center staff focusing
on every aspect of the pro-
gram and seeking out ways
to continuously improve the
service that they provide to
military families.
Human relationships,
indoor/outdoor environ-
ments, activities, health,
safety and nutrition, as
well as all administra-
tive areas of the program
center, will be looked over
very closely. A designated
panel of supervisors, staff,
parents and children will
observe specific areas of the
program and "grade" them.
The panel is designed to
find and fix flaws. After
improvements are made,
the panel will continue to
grade the same specific

is in an environment that
promotes safety and well-
The youth center's fees
are based on the annu-
al household income. For
more information on the
array of activities that will
entice your child, contact
the Youth Activities Center
at 778-9772.

Photos by MC (AW/SW) Heather Ewton
Leon Payge holds up wire mesh while Wayne James (right)
and Troy Turner make final preparations for the concrete to
be poured over it as part of the construction of the new NAS
Jax Youth Activities Center. All three men are employees of
Harry Pepper and Associates Design-Build Team.

area until it is categorized
as flawless. There are a
total of 36 areas that are
being looked at and they
each have very detailed cri-
teria that must be met.
"We are currently in the
heart of the process of the
accreditation and things
are moving along well.
We should have the NAA
accreditation complete by
the beginning of the new
school year. I am excited
at the fact that we will be
walking into a new facil-
ity with our accreditation,"
added Elliot.
"It's good for children to
come to a place that pro-
vides children a place to
interact socially, physical-
ly. Instead of going home
after school to watch televi-
sion, we offer fitness pro-
grams, homework help and
many other activities to
keep young people mentally
stimulated," she continued.
Military after-school pro-
grams are unique from civil-
ian counterparts for many
reasons. But, one reason in
particular stands out. "This
is a facility where other
children know what the
others are going through if
parents are deployed and
they are having personal
struggles in dealing with

it. They can empathize with
each other and they are not
alone. Our staff is trained
to encourage the children to
talk about it and give chil-
dren ways to cope with sep-
aration or loss. If progress
isn't being made, our part-
nership with the Fleet and
Family Support Center will
ensure that they receive the
attention needed to get both
feet back on the ground,"
said Elliot.
Once the new facility is
open, school age children
can drop in any time and
even sign themselves in.
They can include them-
selves in all kinds of activi-
ties that are offered at the
center from pizza night,
open recreation, karaoke
and karate classes. The only
requirement is that they
are registered through the
youth center, which is free.
Special events and group
trips are also available and
are priced very attractively
or free.'
All staff members go
through a rigorous hiring
process that includes five
background checks so par-
ents can be assured their
children will be taken care
of by a fully qualified staff
who's complete focus is
ensuring the military child

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Navy names new aircraft

zrwp carrier USS Gerald R. Ford

From the Department
of Defense

Photo by MCC(AW) Shawn Eklund
Susan Ford Bales, daughter of President Gerald R. Ford,
speaks to an audience of 300 during the official naming
ceremony of the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) the first
aircraft carrier in the "Gerald R. Ford" class of carriers,
jan. 16.

Secretary of the Navy
Donald Winter
announced Jan. 16,
the selection of Gerald R.
Ford as the name of the first
aircraft carrier in what will
be the Gerald R. Ford class
of carriers.
The selection honors the
38th President of the United
States and pays tribute to
his lifetime of service in the
Navy, in the U.S. govern-
ment and to the nation.
"President Gerald R. Ford
provided the United States
great leadership at a time
of constitutional crisis,"

said Winter. "I am honored
to have the opportunity to
name the first ship in the
new class of aircraft carri-
ers after this great Sailor,
this great leader, this great
Born in Omaha, Neb., in
1913, Ford grew up in Grand
Rapids, Mich. He starred on
the University of Michigan
football team where he was
a center and team most valu-
able player in 1934. After
graduation he attended Yale
Law School, where he served
as assistant football coach
while earning his law degree.
During World War II he
attained the rank of lieuten-
ant commander in the Navy,

and served on the light car-
rier, the USS Monterey.
After the war he returned
to Grand Rapids, where he
began the practice of law,
and entered political life.
Ford was the first vice pres-
ident chosen under the terms
of the 25th Amendment
and in the aftermath of the
Watergate scandal, succeed-
ed the first president ever to
resign; serving as the 37th
vice president (1973-1974)
and the 38th president of the
United States (1974-77).
Prior to becoming vice
president, he served for
more than eight years as the
Republican minority leader of
the House of Representatives

as a representative from
Michigan's 5th congressional
USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN
78) will be the premier for-
ward asset for crisis response
and early decisive striking
power in a major combat
operation. The carrier and
the carrier strike group will
provide forward presence,
rapid response, endurance
on station, and multi-mission
Gerald R. Ford and subse-
quent Ford class carriers will
provide improved war fight-
ing capability, quality of life
improvements for sailors and
reduced acquisition and life
cycle costs.

TRICARE, DMDC offer help with Medicare prescription plan

Management Activity
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prescription plan have been
surprised to learn that they
are enrolled in a Medicare
Part D prescription drug
plan. Now, the Department
of Defense has established
a place for beneficiaries in
this position to get their
questions answered.
In 2006, the Centers for
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Services (CMS) started
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prescription drug plan.
According to federal law,
the TRICARE pharmacy
benefit is considered a sec-
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Part D prescription drug
Therefore, TRICARE has
established payment rules
with their claims processor

to ensure compliance with
federal law.
The TRICARE Man-age-
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Defense Manpower Data
Center (DMDC), and CMS
understand the frustrations
some beneficiaries encoun-
ter with Medicare Part D
enrollment and the use of
their TRICARE benefit.
These agencies have
jointly developed a custom-
er-focused process for bene-
ficiaries to resolve Medicare
Part D and TRICARE cov-
erage issues, and obtain
their prescriptions quickly.
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ciary is denied prescription
coverage due to Medicare
Part D enrollment, and
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from Medicare Part D, the
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The American Dietetic
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body will store excess calo-
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body fat is equal to 3.500
calories," their Web site
stated. '"o keep calories in
check, be mindful about the
amount of food you eat on
each occasion."
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:ognizant of the fact that
not all calories are created
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sugar is basically an empty
calorie: it doesn't do much
for your body. but only

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CFC: Annual fundraiser comes to end

From Page 1

Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
VS-32 Commanding Officer Cmdr. John Breast says a few
words to open the tree dedication ceremony. In front of
him is the tail hook which was recovered from the crash, cut
in half and mounted on these boards along with a plaque
engraved with each pilot's name and call-sign. VS-32 gave
these pieces of memorabilia to the Blake and Bracher families.

REMEMBER: A way to

recognize our fallen pilots

From Page 1

"Scott and I used to talk about who we thought would
come to our funerals," said Jessica Blake, the widow of the
fallen pilot who came all the way from Nebraska for the
ceremony. "He thought only his close family would come
so he would be blown away by all of this."
Jessica also thanked everyone for coming and expressed
her continued support of the naval aviation mission.
Bracher's mother, Lorraine Bracher also thanked every-
one for continuing to remember her son.
Lt. Cmdr. Robert Rosales also remembered Blake and
Bracher as some of the best department heads one could
hope for.
Each of the families received a half of the lower portion
of the tailhook from the plane Blake and Bracher were
flying. Each half was mounted on a wooden frame with a
brass plaque, which is engraved with the name, call-signs
and plane number of each pilot.
"They really bridged the gap between junior officers and
department heads," Rosales said. "Every member of the
squadron was blessed to have had them with us."

WEIGHT: Make fitness a goal
From Page 10

nutrition messages, and links to nutrient and physical
:activity information," the site states.
Keeping fit, though, is basically a two-prong approach:
nutrition and physical activity.
SWhen determining your level of fitness, you need to
determine if you are the "average American" athlete or
Sthe "super jock" athlete.
The latter type are those who work out at least five days
a week and are usually pretty set in their schedule and
routine. "They could walk, run, bike, swim or jump rope,"
physical fitness expert Diane Loughren said about getting
their heart rate up. To keep their strength up, she sug-
gested lifting weights, resistance band.training, and fit
ball. Also change your weight training workout to include
more of a circuit workout. This will increase your strength
while giving you a cardiovascular work-out.
The average American athlete works out two days a
week and is either looking for something quick with the
most benefits or has a set routine or schedule from which
they don't like to veer.
"They could do the same type of exercises as the super
jock such as running, walking and weight lifting," said
Loughren. She also suggested plyometrics, abdominal
work and push-ups.
"If you are motivated enough to make yourself healthier
and fit, then you will stay motivated to put in the required
effort," Loughren said. Exercise your excess holiday foods
away. Eat what you like, but remember to use portion con-
trol and stay active.

TRICARE: Help available for

Medicare prescription plan

From Page 10

tative from DMDC will contact the beneficiary to confirm
the record correction.
If Express Scripts discovers that CMS shows the benefi-
ciary having Medicare Part D coverage, they will advise
the beneficiary how to obtain confirmation of disenroll-
ment or cancellation from Medicare Part D, and how to
forward the disenrollment or cancellation information to
DMDC to update the beneficiary's DEERS record. Once
DMDC receives this documentation, a customer service
representative will update the DEERS records and tele-
phone the beneficiary to confirm the correction.
To view current Medicare Part D enrollment status
on the Medicare Web site, beneficiaries may go to www.
medicare.gov, select the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
Finder option, "Check Current Enrollment" option, then
select View Your Current Plan" and follow the instruc-
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some wondered how the lingering
effects of Katrina, BRAC and the
downsizing of commands would affect
this year's campaign.
"In 2005, the country had a clear cut
reason to give, other than from the
heart. With Katrina in the shadows,
downsizing was in the forefront, it
was anyone's guess as to how the sea-
son would end," said NAS Jax CFC
Chairperson CWO3 Ray Peterson of
the NAS Jax Supply Department.
"This year's campaign started off
slow, with a few pledges coming in
during September. In November, the
campaign picked up to only slow dur-
ing the holiday stand down. After the
holidays, the numbers were totaled
and the commands at NAS Jax had
achieved more than 97 percent of
their overall goal of $655,000," added
"This year proved that there are a
lot of people who really care and have
a genuine concern for others. This
year produced 90 Double Eagles and
194 Eagle givers. The total pledged
was $638,591 leading all military
installations within the Southeast
Region," he continued.
According to Peterson, the cam-
paign wouldn't have been possible
without the dedicated support of
numerous volunteers including: Loan
Executives Angela Roberson, Fleet
Readiness Center (FRC) Southeast;
Karol Higginbotham, .Commander,
Navy Region Southeast; Lt. Justin
Dowe, Naval Hospital Jax; CS1
Bobby St. George, NAS Jax Supply
Department; Sharon Griffin, FRC
Southeast, Coordinators Doneese
Kemp; Lindawan Wilson; Aurora
Reyes; Michael DeJeunes; Patty
Freeman; Brenda Leino; Keith Bass;,
Lt. Kevin Solem; Curtis Wilson;
Lashunda Spencer; Jane Beason;
Lt. Michael Haney; Lt. Matthew
Powers; SK2 Liva Moore; SH2 Tiffany
Yarbough and Lt. j.g. Robert Ralston.
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Navy on right track for traffic safety

By April Phillips
Naval Safety Center Public Affairs
Motor-vehicle safety
is one aspect of mis-
sion readiness that
often goes unnoticed, but in
a complete turnaround from
fiscal year 2006, the Navy
is off to its best year ever
as Sailors use risk manage-
ment strategies to stay safe
on the roads.
During fiscal year 2006,
78 Sailors lost their lives as
a result of incidents involv-
ing motor vehicles, accord-
ing to Cmdr. Ed Hobbs,
who leads the Naval Safety
Center's data management
and analysis team. He said
that as of Jan. 3, 2007, 13
Sailors had been killed, a
55 percent reduction com-
pared to the same time
period last year.
While mission-readiness
goals often focus on training
and manning levels, Capt.
William Glenn, head of the
Shore Safety Directorate at
the Naval Safety Center,
believes it is important to
include traffic safety in the
"It affects the smaller
units more, but all of the
units are affected," he said.
Glenn pointed to four
Sailors stationed in the
same department aboard
USS Abraham Lincoln
(CVN 72) who were killed in
a traffic accident last year.
"It was one single event
that was devastating to the
ship," said Glenn. "From
a morale standpoint, the
effect it has on the crew
and the people they worked
with cannot be overstated."
Lincoln was about to com-
plete a scheduled shipyard-
maintenance period and
was in a crucial part of its
training cycle, making the
blow to mission readiness

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ring in a healthy

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By Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Do you have high blood
pressure or choles-
terol? Is your blood
pressure consistently over
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville is offering free high
blood pressure and high
cholesterol group education
classes for patients enrolled
at the military treatment
facility. The classes will
give you useful information
on how to manage your con-
dition and lower your risks
for heart problems and
other complications.
Did you know that for
every 10-20 points your
blood pressure is elevated,
your risk for heart prob-
lems doubles. Further, 70
percent of all patients do
not have their blood pres-
sures controlled sufficiently
to prevent complications.
Uncontrolled blood pres-
sure is the second leading
cause for kidney failure.
Patients enrolled at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
or one of its branch health
clinics may call 542-7961 to
register for a class.

Navy Drug Lab
changes specimen
drop-off procedures
From the Navy Drug Lab
Due to renovations, the
Navy Drug Screening
Laboratory is no lon-
ger accepting drop-off speci-
mens through its drive-up
window. Specimens can be
dropped off inside the lobby
entrance to the laboratory,
Building H-2033 on Adams

'Receipts for drop-offs
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However, a record of the
dropped off packages can
be made in a logbook at the
drop-off location. If con-
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especially heavy.
"All of these incidents have
some effect on readiness.
It's a hole that is not easily
filled, especially when you're
talking about someone who's
been through their whole
training track," Glenn said.
Chuck Roberts, head of
the Safety Center's Traffic
Safety Division, agreed
with Glenn.
"A chain is only as strong
as its weakest link, and if
that link breaks, the whole
chain breaks. That's what
happens when you lose

someone as a result of a traf-
fic accident," said Roberts.
Fiscal year 2006 was the
worst in 12 years in terms
of private motor-vehicle
mishaps, so Navy lead-
ers took action. A commit-
tee of flag officers formed
the Navy Executive Safety
Board, which meets period-
ically to discuss new safety
initiatives. According to
Hobbs, these leaders have
focused a lot of their atten-
tion on motor vehicle-safe-
ty, since it is the leading
cause of death for Sailors.

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access cards Establishing those

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"transitional" or "next generation" CAC.
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work station.
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Paying for college

ion a military salary

�tBy Beth Wiruth
~Special Contributor

gm he benefit of a college education has
long been established. However, pay-
. L ing for that education continues to be
,a very real challenge for parents and stu-.
Adents. There are many options for funding
,a college education including grants, loans,
.scholarships, and work-study programs.
SFor those new to this world I'll define a
.few of these options. Work-study programs
.are programs often administered by the
ZJocal institution. The institution will pro-
itde a job to the student with a guaran-
teed number of hours, thus a guaranteed
income that can be used to defray the cost
of education or living expenses.
Loans are available to finance your edu-
cation. Educational loans differ from con-.
ventional loans in that you do not start
repaying the loan till you graduate or
withdraw from college. Many loan pro-
grams require that you maintain a mini-
mum number of credits per semester to be
exempt from repayment. While loans are
relatively easy to acquire the big drawback
is you graduate with sometimes a huge
debt to begin to repay. Eight years after
completing my master's I am still paying
off my loans. It is the gift that keeps on
Grants and scholarships are the best
case scenario for financing your educa-
tion. These two methods do not have to be
repaid. Grants are generally based upon
the financial picture of the family/stu-
dent and based on need. Scholarships are
awarded by various foundations or organi-
zations i '.;,',leIt. . of financial need.
I would like to focus on scholarships in
this article. It is well worth the time to
do extensive research on scholarship pro-
pr: .mi and apply for all that you are cli-
giblh.. And, time is of the essence! This is
the scholarship season. Most -.rli,;lr1Jip
applications are generally due between
January and mid-March. Each scholar-
ship will have its own deadline so carefully
research each one.
Scholarships are often based on a stu-
dent's status (child of employee, etc.) or
awarded on citizenship or other criteria.
Most scholarships require. an application
Iprtce~'s including an essay.
The essay is an important part of the
award procedure so give yourself plenty of

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time to compose your essay. Sleep on it and
have others critique it for content, gram-
mar and structure.
Finding scholarships can be appear to
be a daunting challenge but here are a few
places to get started. Military dependents
can look to the various military organiza-
tions and even commands for scholarship
programs. Look at the commands where
your service member has served. Many
commands have a related organization that
offers scholarship programs. Also check out
organizations such as the Navy League,
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, commis-
sary, VFW and American Legion to start in
the military affiliated organizations.
Next look into the major you or your
student will be studying. Many disciplines
have organizations that offer scholarships.
MENC, the music fraternity for music
majors, offers eight scholarships each
year. IEEE, the engineering association,
offers various scholarships for promising
students in various areas of engineering.
These are just two examples of where to
start looking.
Another resource for scholarships is the
institution you wish to attend. Many col-
leges and universities have scholarships
available through benefactors including
the alumni association. Be sure to check
with the school's financial aid office for
information on these programs.
The business community also offers
scholarships to students. Many require
that the student be the child/grandchild
of an employee or retiree but there are
also those that hold no such requirement.
Also check out other affiliations such as
churches, religious organizations, ethnic
organizations and much more.
Talk to your guidance counselor and
don't forget the Navy College Learning
Center and Military OneSource as a valu-
able resource tool for your college prepara-
tions, including scholarship information
and referral.
One final note, if you have always want-
ed to complete your own degree - it is
never too late to begin! There are many
scholarship and tuition assistance pro-
grams out there to assist spouses - not just
our college bound children.
Questions or comments for Beth? Contact
Beth at beth.wiruth@homefrontinfocus.


new year's goals

By FORCM(SW/AW) Hakim Diaz
Naval Surface Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet

N ew year's resolutions date back
as far as new years celebrations,
which were first celebrated around

2000 B.C. The ancient
Romans are credited with
the first recorded resolutions
around 180 B.C., unfortu-
nately the first recorded bro-
ken resolution came around
179 B.C., and it was all
downhill (particularly for the
Roman Empire) from there.
With the calendar turning
to a new year it is very tempt-
ing to write out a laundry
list of things you wish to do
better in the new year: lose
weight, exercise more, work
on a degree, spend more time
with family and friends, save
money, qualify ESWS, etc.





These are all laudable
goals, and more importantly they are
achievable goals if you go about them real-
For Sailors, there are resources on ships
and bases that make any new year's reso-
lution achievable. From gyms, to finan-
cial counselors to the Navy College Office,
there are most of the tools you need to
achieve any goal you might set for yourself.
.My best advice to anyone would be to
make plans to improve your life a year-
round effort. The beginning of a new year
is the great time to look down the road
and see what improvements in your life
you would like to make. However, I would
challenge you to make this more than a
2007 thing, but rather to assess where you
think you would like to be in several years

and set the wheels into motion to make
that happen.
Does this require the setting of long-term
and short-term goals? Most certainly, but
what it may require is a change in your
attitudes to ensure that you reach your
goals. A short-term goal of
- losing 10 pounds can get you
towards a long-term goal of
being healthier, but you will
S need the discipline and desire
S to make that happen. If you
1 don't lose that 10 pounds as
quickly or as easily as you
Should like, do you have the
discipline to see it through, or
is it back to your old habits?
Once you have set a goal,
the next step is drafting a
roadmap or plan to get there.
I have found this is where a
strong mentor has been most
SW/AW) valuable. When I have suc-
Diaz ceeded in sticking to a plan, it
was usually because my men-
tor had helped me draft a realistic, flexible,
achievable plan. To paraphrase an old
quote, "it is definitely foolhardy to do the
same things and expect new results." So
if what you have done in the past has not
produced the desired results, what are you
willing to do to achieve success this time?
I would encourage you to stick with
whatever path you have just started, real-
izing that the new year's resolution is
nothing but a starting point. The path to
success is actually hundreds of tiny steps
that you will take to throughout the year.
Hopefully by this time next year you won't
need any new year's resolution, because
you will have embarked on a lifelong plan
to improve and maintain success in all
areas of your life.

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Military Night at the circus

Photos by MC1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Left: The VP-30 Color Guard proudly displays colors as Ringmaster Ty McFarlan sings the
national anthem to kick off the evening festivities at the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and
Bailey Circus at the Veterans Memorial Arena Friday night. The show was military night,
which allowed military members and their families to see the show at discounted prices.
Top: Circus performers delight the mostly military crowd as patrons where given the oppor-
tunity to view the acts up close before the show.

Quincy Williams of
the NAS Jax Security
Department was the
guest ringmaster at
military night at the
Ringling Bros. Barnum
and Bailey Circus
Friday. He opened up
the evening's events by
addressing the audi-
ence. "It is a distinct
honor and privilege to
be here this evening
to represent all the
service members in
the Jacksonville area,"
stated Williams.

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Feb. 2
S5 per person

Superbowl Party at The Zone
Feb. 4
$2 if purchased in advance at Liberty
S7 at the door

Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all

i'rv IlHowlingt, 11 Wrdnl sldays for active duty

from I I inA. -1 p.m. I " hands. For details call 542-3491.
tho 1 rental not included)' ' Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - School For Scoundrels (PG-13)
... . .Feb. 2, 7 p.m. - Fly Boys (PG-13)
Xlrc'me Iowling " ' , : Feb. 3, 5 p.m. - Open Season (PG)
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Sin]. - Fle photo Feb. 9, 7 p.m. - The Departed (R)
9 ,, - idnig ht A Swim to the Keys Program will begin next week and run
$10 per peror in (iMudct tunimilted howling Iihough May. Log the number of miles you swim and win a N'AS JAX G O LF CLU B
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Cuill 542-'1521 fi r imiore inforinalion.

Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brow House
Every Monday and i'hn -,l.iy 7 p.m.
Op(en to all authlorize/d patrons and guests.
Zone ,-.I11 certificates awarded!

Trivia Nirli
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I'veory Wedlnesday and IFriday
7:30 p.m. until close

Superhowl Party
Ileb, .I
CPO Club & Budweiser I' ewhouse
$7 per person
Includes hiufflet and door prizes!
Tickets are on sale now at the CPO Club and Brewhouse!

For more i'n, mi'iii on aquatics call I-,l''.i10.

"Swim to the Keys" Program
Feh. 1 - May 1
Log the number of miles you swim.
Everyone wins a prize!

Winter Learn to Swim Program
Indoor Pool
Register at the base'gym
Session 1 - Jan.29 through Feb.16
$30 Military/$35 Department of Defense

For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices,


Photos b3y MC y t (SWIw'"/AW) Heitherw vton
The NAS Jacksonville Security Department Military
Working Dog (MWD) Unit welcomes the latest member
of their elite team, Caricia, a 2-year-old, female German
Shepherd arrived here recently from Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas, and is a highly trained in both
patrol and detection. MA2 Robert Calabro was assigned
as Caricia's handler and had to immediately learn Dutch
training commands because that is the language she has
been trained in. "Caricia is a wonderful animal with
unlimited pol ii'ii.il and is going to be a great addition to
NlS lacksonville." stated Calabro.

please call 542-3318.

The Players Championship
May 7-13
Monday - Wednesday tickets - $30.25
Thursday - Sunday tickets - $60
Weekly Badge - $165

Monster Truck Jam
Alltel Stadium
Feb.24, 7:30 p.m.
$26 each - Section 208 and Pit Pass

Ultimate Warrior Challenge
Feb. 2
Prime Osborn Center at 8 p.m.
$19.50 for bleacher seats
$28.50 for floor
$50 for VIP

Rivership Romance & Historic Sanford Trip
Feb. 3
Three-hour lunch cruise along the St. Johns River!
$65 per person.
Includes cruise, four-course meal, gratuity,
and transportation.

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

Last Buck BBQ
Jan. 30, 5-7 p.m.
Free hamburgers and hotdogs

8-Ball Tournament
Jan. 31, 7 p.m.
Ice Skating Trip

Military Working Dog (MWD) Caricia shows her youth and agility
as she easily makes her way up the obstacle course located at the
MWD kennel.

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SFeb. 6 and 20 for active duty.
Today, Feb. 8 and 22 for retirees and Department of
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Saturday Golf Blitz
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 25, 2007 17

NMCRS offers education programs

By LIFELines Research Staff
The Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society's (NMCRS)
Education Programs help
eligible Navy and Marine Corps
families pursue their academic
goals by providing a source of
education financing. Assistance
may be in the form of a grant
and/or interest-free loan, depend-
ing on the applicant's individual
circumstances and on the specific
program under which assistance
is sought.
The following are eligible for
educational assistance:
* dependent children of
- active duty service members
- retired service members
- service members who died while
on active duty or in a retired sta-
* spouses of active duty service
* active duty service members
enrolled in commissioning or col-
lege degree programs
* children and spouses of
reservists when on extended
active duty
Generally, an applicant must be
enrolled or accepted as a full-time
undergraduate student at a post-
secondary institution approved by
the U.S. Department of Education
and have a minimum cumulative

Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0.
Financial assistance is provided
solely on the basis of the appli-
cant's financial need in accor-
dance with policies established by
the Society's Board of Managers.
Vice Adm. E. P. Travers
Scholarship and Loan
Named after the society's
11th president, the Travers
Scholarship and Loan Program
provides grants and interest-free
loans for dependent children of
active duty and retired service
members, as well as spouses of
active duty service members.
The scholarship provides a
qualified student with a grant of
up to $2,000 per academic year
while the loan provides the ser-
vice member (the parent or
spouse of the student) with an
interest-free loan of up to $3,000.
Receipt of an award in one year
does not guarantee an award in
subsequent years.
Loan terms.: Service members
who qualify for and desire to exe-
cute a loan to assist with the edu-
cation of their dependent child,
or spouse, must agree to repay
the loan in full within 24 months
by allotment of pay - minimum
monthly payment is $50.
The minimum loan amount is
$500 and the maximum is $3,000.
Application deadlines:

Applications for the Vice Adm.
Travers Scholarship must be
postmarked no later than March
1. A single application is for both
the scholarship and the loan.
Any applications received after
that date will only be processed
for the Vice Adm. Travers loan.
Applications for the Vice Adm.
Travers Loan will be accepted
through Oct. 15.
Spouse Tuition Aid Program
Open only to spouses resid-
ing with the active duty service
member stationed at overseas
locations, the program provides
a grant of up to 50 percent of
tuition for on base education pro-
grams, up to a maximum of $300
per undergraduate term or $350
per graduate term, and $1,500
per academic year. Administered
locally by an NMCRS Auxiliary,
an applicant need not be a full-
time student.
Note: Spouses of active duty
service members residing over-
seas are eligible for assistance
under either the Vice Adm.
Travers Program (as a full-time
student) or the Spouse Tuition
Aid Program (as a full- or part-
time student) but not both pro-
grams at the same time.
Children of Deceased Ser-
vice members Service mem-
bers's who have died on active

duty: The society provides assis-
tance in the form of a grant,
the amount of which is deter-
mined on. a case-by-case basis.
Service members's who have died
in retired status: The society pro-
vides a grant of up to $2,000 per
academic year to the children
of service members who died in
retired status.
USS Stark Memorial
Scholarship Fund: Limited to
children and widows of deceased
crewmembers of USS Stark who
perished as a result of the Persian
Gulf missile attack May 17, 1987.
Special Program USS
Tennessee Scholarship Fund:
Limited to dependent children of
active duty personnel assigned
to or previously assigned to duty
aboard USS Tennessee. Eligible
applicants may receive a grant
of $1,000 per academic year.
Applicants for this program are
also eligible for assistance under
the Vice Adm. Travers Program.
Adm. Mike Boorda Seaman-
to-Admira'l Ed'ucational
Assistance Program
The Boorda Program offers grants
and/or interest-free loans of up to
$2,000 a year to eligible active
duty service members accepted to
the following programs:
* College Degree Program
* Enlisted Commissioning Pro-

* Enlisted Education Advance-
ment Program
* Marine Enlisted Commis-
sioning Education Program
* Medical Enlisted Commis-
sioning Program
The program is also open
to midshipmen who have been
released from active duty for
immediate assignment to the
Naval Reserve Officer Training
Corps (NROTC) program.
Application is made through the
commanding officer of the NROTC
Unit program. Application is
made through the commanding
officer of the NROTC Unit or by
contacting NMCRS headquarters.
Tuition Assistance Program/GI
The society offers loans to cover
all or a portion of the service
member's share of the cost under
the Navy Department's Tuition
Assistance Program. Loans
are also offered to allow enroll-
ment under the GI Bill if educa-
tion benefits from the Veterans
Administration are not received
in time to permit enrollment.
Application should be made at
one of the society's field offices.
For additional information on
the programs listed above, contact
the NMCRS Education Division at
(703) 696-4960.

Caveat Emptor: Buyer beware, know your benefits!

should check with a local
college to see what text is
being used to teach in the
course you hope to take a
test for. More often than
not, appropriate study
materials are available to
service members for free!
According to the
Educational Testing
Service, unauthorized
agents have used the CLEP
name to market study aids
and other materials for high
profit. These materials are
inadequate for preparation,
and the claims made by
these agents are patently
false. Candidates are mis-
led into signing contracts
and then pressured to reim-
burse or threatened with
destruction of their credit
Companies may give
the false impression that
DANTES, the Navy College,
ETS or the College Board
sanction their companies'
activities. Service mem-
bers should be aware, that
the Navy College does not
charge for any of the pro-
grams or services that are
provided. We do not sell any
materials for profit or by
contract. For more infor-
mation log on to the ETS
Web site - http://www.col-
If you feel you have been
scammed call Jeff Hiller
at 212-713-8064 or email
. You may want to file a
complaint with the Federal

From the Navy
College Office

Recently, the Navy
College has received
several complaints
from sailors regarding com-
panies that advertise "edu-
cational services" and sell
CLEP study guides, ency-
clopedias and other mate-
rials to unsuspecting ser-
vice members. They often
appeal to the service mem-
ber's sense of responsibil-
ity to their children - offer-
ing additional materials
to improve school perfor-
These companies have
set up kiosks in malls,
worked military housing
areas selling door-to-door,
and some have set up in
front of Navy Exchanges.
Some of the salesmen are
retired senior enlisted who
understand the military
system and take advantage
of their affiliation with the
military to gain the trust of
their customers. Some have
claimed affiliation with mil-
itary education programs.
Service members do not
have to sign a contract and
pay $2,000 or more to a
company to purchase CLEP
study materials and ency-
clopedias. There are CLEP
test preparatory materials
available through the Navy
College, public libraries and
college bookstores. CLEP
exams reflect introductory
college courses. Examinees







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Consultative Medicine
Department, raised $4,835
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Register now for Little League, girls softball

The Navy Ortega
Lakeshore Little League
Baseball, Girls Softball
League and Challenger
Division which plays aboard
NAS Jacksonville, is now
registering for the 2007 sea-
son. Registration is being
eld at Thrifty Outdoors

(across from Target on
U.S. 17) from 10 a.m. - 2
p.m. The cost is $95 per
child and $65 for additional
family members. Military
families have been a part of
the league since inception
and are highly encouraged
to contline thie partnership.

The season will begin
March 3 and run through
Registration may also be
accomplished by logging
on to www.noljax.org. For
additional information,
contact the league office at

Trade Commission at: www.
ftc.gov or 877-FTC-HELP.
Why do these scams per-
sist? Often the individu-
als who purchase these
materials have a desire to
earn a quick and easy col-
lege degree. The persuasive
salespeople prey on that
desire and may use mis-
leading ads or claims to
gain the individual's trust.
The individuals often lack a
level of consumer financial
sophistication that would
set off alarms when dealing
with these types of compa-
And finally, these individ-
uals often have no knowl-
edge on college accredita-
tion or the programs and
benefits available to them
through the Navy College,
therefore they lack vital
information they need to
make good educational
choices. Service members
are encouraged to see their
Navy College counselor or
command financial advisor
before signing any contract
for these types of materials.
Additionally, these com-
panies may have no author-
ity to sell on base or a
license to operate in the
state. Any time you sign a
contract to purchase goods
or services, be especially
wary if a salesman fails to
tell you how to cancel the
contract or about the cool-
ing-off period within which
you can cancel the contract.
Always get a copy of
the contract you sign and

document in writing ver-
bal promises of salesper-
son. Make certain there is
contact information for the
salesman, the company and
that the cancellation pol-
icy and process is clearly
spelled out. If you choose
to cancel a contract - you
must do so in writing and
get a written verification
that the cancellation has
been accepted. Verbal can-
cellations may not hold up.
If you think you have been
misled, induced by fraud or
unscrupulous practices to
enter into a contract, seek
legal advice. The consum-
er may have the contract
set aside. If you're in the
military, contact your base
legal officer as well as your
Navy College Office.

While selling these mate-
rials is not illegal, service
members should under-
stand that these products
are not necessary to be suc-
cessful with the CLEP pro-
gram and they are incurring
a debt that for services and

materials that are readily
available for free. Before
purchasing any materials
to help you prepare for the
various testing programs
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18 JAX AIR NEWS, N\ASJAC.KS(NVII.1 E, Thursday, January 25, 2007

Stress, the good, bad and how to deal with it

By Tracy Pillow and Doug Hayes
Lifelinl ,s
tress is an unavoidable con-
sequence of life in the mil-
itary because of hi' ig-plr,'
sure evOntsl itmi lm lini' t I 'l'liq ntu l
relocations, forveiign a tigi!!!ut'!l ,
deployments, inld (aiauily stoclpai'
What ha ppenn wthe! n I p'r
son has stresl'ful t'eelings like
fear, worry, or is th it( C'olned?
Adrenalinl is roleantid propar-
ing Ihe ll erso to� run away or
fighi. It. is theovlid that these
sitntlio(ns, hi torically, were
short-lived, amid the revving up of
the body sorve\d at useful purpose.
Today, however, the increased
blood pressure and heart rate
are typically not beneficial, and
chronic stress may damage a per-
son's health,

The Good: Motivation and
It is possible to benefit from
stress by using the adrenaline
rituh for better focus and concen-
rantion. Under stress, the brain
i-i emotionally and bio-chemically
stimulated to intensify its perfor-
mance. People who work better
under pressure often take advan-
tage of this stress response. For
example, setting deadlines for
projects can serve to set up this
kind of situation.
The Bad: Stress Can Make
You Sick
Some consider stress to be
America's number one health
problem. Specific signs of stress
can include: feeling anxious,
depressed or irritable; diarrhea,
stomach upset, appetite chang-
es, muscular tension, headaches,
mental or physical fatigue, apa-

thy, sleep disturbances and fre-
quent minor illnesses.
Deal With It: Avoid, Relax,
and Reach Out
While it is unlikely anyone
could eliminate stress entirely, it
is possible to avoid some causes
of stress. Effective time man-
agement and organization can
minimize stress at home and
work. Be flexible; there is more
than one solution to a problem.
Set realistic goals. Do not take
on more than can be handled.
Prioritize tasks and delegate as
Relaxation is essential for main-
taining optimal health and can
help offset the negative effects
of stress. While it comes natu-
rally to some, others need to learn
relaxation techniques, such as
meditating, listening to soothing
music, deep breathing exercises,

and physical exercise.
It is even possible to relax
online with a five-minute tropical
vacation or with helpful tips.
Everyone deals with stress in
varied ways. Even day-to-day
stress can become too much. Ser-
vice and family members feel-
ing overwhelmed by life or suf-
fering emotional distress may
seek counseling services from
their command.
Some family or service mem-
bers may turn to tobacco or alco-
hol for comfort - poor choices for
managing stress - and the results
can be devastating. Carol Allen,
patient educator, Naval Health
Care New England said, "If people
could do just one thing for well-
ness and management of stress,
it'd be to stop using tobacco. The
nicotine in cigarettes is a stim-
ulant and causes your heart to

beat faster and blood pressure to
go up. This habit is bad for your
physical health and mental well
Alcohol is another well-known
stumbling block for those deal-
ing with stress. One must realize
when the line is crossed between
social drinking and dependency.
Anyone worried about alcohol use
should seek help from a health
care provider. All Navy and
Marine Corps bases offer tobacco
cessation classes and substance
abuse programs.
A Little Goes a Long Way
A moderate amount of stress is
necessary and unavoidable, but
don't let it get the upper hand.
Instead of giving in, use it as an
impetus to succeed.

New program reimbursing fees for national testing

From the Navy College Office

he U.S. Department of Veterans
Affairs (VA) is now reimbursing
required test fees. Section 106
of PL 108-154 allows VA to reimburse
claimants ' or the fee charged for nation-
al tests for admission to institutions of
hil.;lh'r learning and national tests pro-
viding an opportunity for course credit
at institutions of liidlir learning. VA
has no authority to reimburse a person
for any o,( itti.il costs related to the test-
ing process.
Test fees that VA will reimburse
include registration fees, fees for spe-
cialized tests and administrative fees.
VA will not reimburse for fees to take
protests (such as Kaplan tests), fees to
receive scores quickly, fees for optional
items that are not required to take an
approved test or other costs.
Every applicant for reimbursement for
a national test must have filed an origi-
nal application for chapter 30, 32 (or sec.
903) or 35 at some point and have been
found eligible.
The best way to claim the benefit is to
submit a copy of your test results and a
signed note or a signed VA form 21-4138,
Statement in Support of Claim, stating
that you are requesting reimbursement
for the cost of a national test.
The following information is required:
- Name of the test
- Name of the organization offering the

Date the person took the test
Cost of taking the test
General rule regarding receipts:
You do not normally have to submit a
receipt or proof of payment for the cost.
However, it is necessary to submit this
evidence for Defense Activity for Non-
Traditional Educational Support and
certain situations regarding the CLEP,
MAT and PCAT tests. If you cannot pro-
vide a copy of the test results, request
duplicate test results from the testing
Currently the only approved tests are:
- SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test)
- LSAT (Law School Admission Test)
- GRE (Graduate Record Exam)
-GMAT (Graduate Management
Admission Test)
- AP (Advanced Placement Exam)
- CLEP (College-Level Examination
- ACT (American College Testing
- DAT (Dental Admissions Test)
- MAT (Miller Analogies Test)
- MCAT (Medical College Admissions
- OAT (Optometry Admissions
- PCAT (Pharmacy College Admissions
- TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign
Visit www.va.gov. for more informa-

From the Navy Wives
Clubs of America
T he Navy Wives t'llis
of America -i\, up
to 30 scholarships
in amounts from $1,000
to $1,500, The grants are
prPsented with the knowl-
edge that no repayment is
et:l ,h.'dl from the - 'cipitil
Tlti,,n, eligible for the
grants are natural born,
legally Y htmllt.l or stoeponl
or daughter of an enlist-
ed member of the Navy,
MNl ,'ine t 'n! p, or 0 ',(
u iar on aetlve duty or
retired with pay or a $1on
or daughter of a deceased
mnembnoar e t heae ,..t: 'it '
ITh! individual must be in
need f financial assistance
to r, lht,, hi orM her educa
titon Hle or abl mnust bhe a
graduate of azn aGredited
high school or ita equivalent
or who wil qut:ilift for .ri-,l
at-ion prior to beginning
lit o .itili( i,, assistance.
-'i., student'ss sChalastie
.i.lluiltn: n1ust be at least
a 2,5 ,")}'.\ and shkld be

plcetingO the eour�"se under-
::aIken and should be nof gwcod

moral character. The grants
are for tuition, room and
board, fees and books.
SThe deadline for scholar-
ship applications is May 30.
I'lei:as. send a self-addressed
stamped envelop along with
your request for an appli-
cation. Schliirdtip appli-P
cations can be obtained
I',m the frllow\viitg address:

Sheila Olson, Director, 1408
Needham Court, Virginia
Beach. VA 23456-4819.
Applications may also be
downloaded from the Navy
Wives Clubs of America
Inc. Web site at www.navy-
NAS Jax personnel can also
obtain an application at the
Not New Shop on base.

Try the LIFELines Stress Test

By LIFELines
Research Staff
How ready are you
to deal with stress?
One of the most
effective ways to minimize
stress is to take care of
yourself. Mark the follow-
ing statements if they rep-
resent your lifestyle.
* I eat at least one hot,
balanced meal a day.
* I get seven to eight
hours of sleep at least four
nights a week.
* I give and receive affec-
tion regularly.
* I have at least one rel-
ative within 50 miles on
whom I can rely.
* I exercise to the point of
perspiration at least twice
a week.
SI do not smoke.
I drink fewer than five
alcoholic beverages a week.
SI am the appropriate
weight for my height.
* I have an income ade-
quate to meet basic expens-
* I get strength from my
religious beliefs.
* I regularly attend club
or social activities.
* I have a network of
friends and acquaintances.
* I have one or more

friends to confide in about
personal matters.
* I am able to speak open-
ly about my feelings when
angry or worried.
* I have regular conversa-
tions with the people I live
with about domestic prob-
lems, chores, money and
daily living issues.
* I do something for fun
at least once a week.
* I am able to organize
my time effectively.
- I drink fewer than three
cups of coffee, tea, or cola
drinks, per day.
* I take quiet time for
myself during the day.

How many checks do you
You should have more
than 50 percent of the
choices marked when you
have completed the form.
Otherwise, your lifestyle
is not fully equipping you
to effectively deal with dis-
Web Links
Based on your quiz
results, you may want to
visit the following sites:
* www.stressfree.com
* www.stress-less.com
* www.mindtools.com
* www.stress.org

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Greater Jacksonville Area USO I:\t ulive Director K.C. McCarthy and Blount Island
Command Commanding Officer Col, jim Hooks cut the ribbon to officially open
the Blount Island ier.reallon Center Jan. 5. The USO helped outfit the new center
by donating a flat-screen television and pool table.

NWCA offers scholarships for military children

JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 25, 2007 19


Sports officials
and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball,
football and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball. Experience is not
required. If interested, contact Jesse Beach at
Flag football league forming
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists and command Department of
Defense personnel. Entry forms and rosters are
due tomorrow. The season will start this month
with games played in the evenings. All interested
personnel should contact the base gym to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
Golf league forming
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists. The league will be played
on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. All interested
personnel should contact the base gym to pick up
the rules and to get the required paperwork to join
the league.
Racquetball tourney coming up
A Captain's Cup Men and Women's Racquetball
Tournament will be held Feb. 5-9. The tournament
is free and open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists and command Department of
Defense men and women. Participants will earn
participation points for their command toward the
captain's cup and can earn additional points for
finishing first, second and third place. There will be
a separate men and women's division. Call NAS
Jax Athletics to sign up by Jan. 31.
Soccer meeting is Feb. 7
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists. The meeting will be held
at 11:30 a.m. in the Building 850 conference
room. Commands having their athletic officer or
designated representative attend the meeting will
receive five captain's cup points. All interested
personnel should attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required paperwork to join the

Softball meetings coming up
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense (DoD) personnel
and selective reservists only. Meeting will be held
Feb. 14 in the Conference Room in Building 850
for team sign-ups. The following are the times:
11:30 a.m. - Greybeard (active duty, selective
reservists and DoD age 30 and up)
Noon - Intramural (NAS Jax active duty, selective
reservists, and DoD only)
12:30 p.m. - Women (active duty, dependents over
18, retirees, NAS Jax civilian employees)
Commands having their athletic officer or
designated representative attend the meeting will
receive five captain's cup points. All interested
personnel should attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required paperwork to join the
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 bill.
bonser@navy.mil or visit www.nasjax.navy.


Greybeard Basketball Standings
As of Jan. 19
Team Wins Losses
Naval Hospital 4 2
VP-45 4 2
NRD 3 3
NCTS 3 4
FRC 2 5
CPRW-11 1 5

Intramural Basketball Standings
As of Jan. 19
Team Wins Losses
VS-22 9 0
Naval Hospital 7 1
VS-32 4 1
VP-30 6 2
HS-3 3 2
AIMD 5 4
FRCSE 600 5 4
HS-11 2 3
VS-24 3 4
HS-15 2 5
VP-45 2 6
FRCSE 900 1 6
CBMU202 1 7


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at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop
is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first
Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For
more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl Aran at
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
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 service 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. Formore information, call
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership 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 email commodore@rjyc.org.
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.pwpnflorida.com or call
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 contact
Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go to momsclubopw@
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 A01 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.com.
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 information, call Janneice Moore at 244-
7950 or Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Active and Retired Federal Employees
Association extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired federal employees
to our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (ellowship 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 Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
The annual Four Chaplain Memorial Service will
be held Feb. 4 at 2 p.m. at the Oceans/Beaches
Post 129 in Jacksonville Beach. This service is held
to remember four chaplains who sacrificed their
lives after the sinking of USAT Dorchester Feb. 3,
1943. For more information, call 318-0363.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will hold
a seminar Feb. 24 at St. Paul's Catholic Church
in Riverside. The guest speaker will be J. Mitchell
Brown, MA, who specializes in professional
genealogical research in Alabama, Georgia and
Florida. For more information contact, Mary
Chauncey at 781-9300.
The second annual Friends of BASCA Golf
Classic is March 30 at 12:30 p.m. at the Eagle
Harbor Golf Club. BASCA is a Clay County non-
profit organization that helps disabled men,
women and children in Northern Florida. For more
information, call Marj at 338-5443 or Ron at 614-

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ORANGE PARK 3/2, Fernandina Beach FI Jacksonville Beach 3rd St
1400sf, w/d, fenced, lots of Home For Rent/Sale. 3/2 RTHSIDE1600sf, highway signage
storage, nr river, $1075m. on Amelia Isi, Walk to NORTHSIDE Newly built internet/phone Ready.
904- 264- 240/90- 34- 7608 Beach, Downtown, Boot 3B/2.5B, new appls, ar. Furn. avail. 864- 6569
Launch. Rent $975 or Buy $1300m+tmo. dep.
$215,000 Mary Caserta Call 904.744.8657/314- 0240 MANDARIN Ofc space
Century 21904- 753-R 1048 o Rar for lease. Previously a
NORTHSIDE 2br/lba, law ofc. Approx 3500sf.
904- 261- 5571. Leon Street central heat, near bus Call for deAails673- 0744
4, . Custom Brick line. For more informa-
Home-4/3 Bdrm, tlon Call 904- 768- 0035 Mandarin Office
ARGYLE , LR, DR AM- 2BA, 2160sf. Ortega-Close to Furnished. 12 Telephones and M6 r k t
ILY ROOM, BONUS RM, FP, Open- split frpln, NAS 2/2 townhouse Workstations, Ready to Go. b Fa
SPA, FENCED YD tile/berber flooring, 2 for rent, $700 288-8500 Job Fairs
REF REQ$1195/MO. 778.2897 car garage, FL rm, deposit, $875 a - Resume Service
shed, fenced month. Available Feb SOUTHSIDE Lease for
ARGYLE 3/2, SPLIT BDRMS, (904)491- 7996 $410,000 1 Call 541- 0827 office space suitable for * Accounting/
VAULTED CEILINGS, FPL medical practice, look Bookkeeping
FENCED YARD, NO PETS. .at it at Bartram Paork
REF REO 1050/MO. 860 7219 Office, 4664sf designed * Advertising/Media
E Sto be divided into 4 *Architecture/
Arlington - upscaleneigh- H Independent units of
borhood, 3/2, 2000sf, w/d, i e approx 11665f. Bldg Is a Interior Design/
dw, fplc, fncd, 2 car gar, shell, interior build out Graphics Design
$1495mo. 9e 887- 4440 CR210 4/3 South Hamp- to be completed by ten-
ARLINGTON Brakwood i ton Golf & CC house on ant. Landlord will pro- * Automotive Sales
Brookwood golf course, amenities vide buildout allowance, Service
Forest Sub, 2/2, 1112 SF, $1995mo. 904- 635- 6861 for more into please
garage. $S115mo.�dep $1995. contact Sunil Sarkar *Aviation
Coal 904- 535- 2802 CR210/SOUTH LAKE 4/2, 904- 808- 9902 Civil Service/
ARLINGTON 3/1.5, fully 2car oar, 1700sf, fpl, alrm *Baker Government/
renovated. near preserve lot on culdosac.
Terry Parker H.S. $1400m. 904- 742- 9891 lay Public Administratio
$1050m.904- 465- 3350 CR 210 TOWNHOUSE Duval Computer Hardware/
, Arlington Brand New 3/2.5 Will do Nassau Software/
l3/2, bk fenced short term. $1000 MO. Putnam
oo3/2 kd, fend Call endy 8132796 St Johns Programming
porch, dog house, 1 JULINGTON CREEK * Georgia Construction
car ar, w/carport, 4car - 3/2 2 car gar, lawn care Customer Service
driveway. 1700s, ncd $1375mo. culdesac, Dental
$1100/mo. Please Call 904- 233- 3112 BakerDntal
Robert: (904)234- 3652, Baker Domestic Services/
and leave msg/email PONTE VEDRA BEACH * D Clay Caregiving
r.meggs@gmall.com TPC, Lakefront, Irg yd, Duvaleiv i
INTRACOASTAL WEST 4/4, 3000sf, 2car gar, ORANGE PARK South * Delivery Driver
Kernan 3/2 2car, ex oc, appls, fpl,[ lawn care incl 3/2 furn'd. Mature, clean. * Nassau Education/Teaching/
w/d, community pool, $3000m. 904- 705- 5990 Pref. fem. $300/mo Incl.
$1100m.904.- 607- 2688 PONTE VEDRA BCH utils. Ph. 652- 4711 * Putnam Training
PONTE VEDRA BCH St. Johns Engineering
INTRACOASTAL WEST Odoms Mill 4/3,.3 car Duva lt oC * Engineering
4/2 /2, $1600 and 2/2 TH garage, yd care incl, - Georgia *Entertainment
$1100mo. both off ' $2300mo. Call 273- 4590 * Executive/
Kernan 51- 8114 PONTE VEDRA/Azalea Management
INTRACOASTAL WEST Pt/Reserve, beautiful 4/3 ARLINGTON - Avail now meant
3- 4BR/2.5BA, on resid'l gated, w/d, sunroom, Irg $350m+1/3 utll. Finance/Investment
lake, 2300sf LR, FR, DR backyd, culdesac, lawn 904- 315- 9213/904- 997- 9559 General Employment
$1275m. 207- 841- 5114 svc Incl. $2300m. 285- 8888 E.ARLINGTON- SWF, no * Hotel/Hospitality/
4/2. DR, LR. FMR, fplc near Neese High School, pets. Share house, free MIDDLEBURG - 2000sf Tourism
master suite, kit. nook, 3/2, 2car garage new, rent.& until. Appt219- 2929 comm space for rent. Industrial Trades
cpt/tile$1400m. 262- 5401 WD$1250mo904- 803- 8579 INTRACOASTAL WEST Located at 2751 Bland- insurance
LAKE SHORE - 2/1, 2nd VILANO BEACH. ATL/ SAN PABLO - prl B C Landscaping/Grounds
fir of I home. priv ent, 2/1 Oceanfront Cottage br/ba, furn/ unfurn rmDauLandscaping/Grounds
Oak fir, dog k? kit porches, W/D. $1150' avail. Great pool home. Maintenance
furn, $725mo. 874- 4164 mo+dep. 513-236-3342 $500. Ive msg 220- 3104 i * Law Enforcement/
Village/H2 - JACKSONVILLE BEACH I tSecurity/Safety
MANDARIN 4BR/2BA, 2 World Golf Village/Heri- Prlv Bath, ro Pets, ref's
car, pool, remod inside tage Landing- New50 $550mo call 904- 588- 4544 o R* Legal
& out, 1650SF, $1400mo. 2300sf, 2 story, lakefront - .Mantenance/
rgway58@gmail.com $1475m+$1475dp. 1/2 off SOUTHSIDE Wanting to SOUTHSIDE JanitorialServices
1imo. rent. 904- 827- 0961 share new home, catv, 7200sf 9600 Ja000storial Services
MANDARIN -o4/2, quiet -$485 incl. until. 722- 3124 7200 9600sf 19000f, Manufacturing
neighborhood, large Geoi or 33,000sf. warehouse. Manufacturing
yard, Call Jessica at WESTSIDE 295/103rd. Nice Grade level. Common Marketing
779- 6900or 716- 6271 Furn home, non smoker, dock available. Unlv 0
-M--NDRo-N-341 Ride F$455m+1/2utll. 7775955 Powers. $/sf. * MedicallHealth Care
MANDARIN 3741 N. Ride Unf55 -1/n- i5 Easton, Sanderson, & Co. * Marine/Trade
Master downstairs, g St. Mary's- 2/2, gar, * Nurses/Nurses Aides
$1200m.759- 9314/955- 3830 fncd yd, private * Office/Clerical/
pool access, 2.2
MURRAY HILL- duplex, miles KB/NSB, Administration
2/1, upstairs unit, Avail 2/15/07,$580/month. Part-Time
$675mo, No HUD 809 Call882- 64271
McDuff.Av S.904 887- 4440 � Personal Services/
NORTHSIDE -3 and 4 br R tBeauty
homes, H UD ok. For n * Real Estate/Property
Call 744-8118 Management
CBaker BRecreation/Sports/
NORTHSIDE -491 Mitch- er * Baker * Recreation/Sports/
ell St. $750MO, 3/1, new Duval a Clay Fitness
kit/pnt/ cpt 904-755-5381 * Nassau * Duval * RestaurantlBar/Club/
NORT HSIDE Quiet, t Putnam * Nassau Food/Beverages
Attractive 3 New St.Johns * Putnam Retail
Spacious ydar, privacy Baker Georgia * St. Johnsales
fence, carport, $800mo * Clay * Science/Research
+sec. dep. 407- 456- 3334 * Duval * Georgia Social Services/
OCEANWAY -3brwith Nassau Counseling
office or nursery, 1.Sba, - PutnamICounseling
remod, indoor land, orntrnr y, le-R f Putnam * Technical Support
first mo/ dep. / closing .JohnsArgyle-Room for Telemarketng
costs towards purchase 0 Georgia Rent, $700/month.
after yr. Call 509-5812 tl Incl, 4BR/2.5BA, MANDARIN Retail space *Transportation
w Home i for lease. Prior Beauty . Warehouse/Inventory
I , Oceanway Argyle Forest. Call Salon. Approx 1100sf.
d 3BR/2BA-CH&A, (904)652- 5551 Call for details 673- 0744 " Work at Home
- deck, Ig fenced % � Positions Wanted
Syard, 1 parking, ORANGE PARK room NEW OFFICE SUITES noted
w/d hookup, screened FLEMING ISLAND for rent utilities & cable 1,920 sf to 11,520sf
porch, curd pch, $900/m, - Open HouseSat 1- 4, inch, extra clean. Call Eastpark Great location!
$900 dep. 707- 1298 $155k + buyer bonus, Colleen 904- 505- 9553 (904) 998-9339
2/2.5 Dana Peterman
Ortega 1/1 Cottage $550 w/ Vanguard GMAC Orange Park Effic, turn, Southside/Westside 'u t
W&D Hkp, Storage, Cozy 90 294-4937 m refrig, microwave. All New Retail Centers
Near Shops and Grocery. cable, off street parking, Tenant Financing Available a
VANSANDT RE 389-3540 ORANGE PARK-BRAND $100 dep. + $350 m 288-8500
NEW CONDO with LAKE Avail now Call 215- 9416
ORTEGA Cottage 2/1, view in Oakleaf Plantation
ch&a, hdwd firs, reno- $11002 bdrm/2bth flat with
voted kitchen, garage, attached garage I r
$925mo. 904- 861- 5247 Call 260- 4488 ext. 366 $CARWASHERS
Need 3 Carwashers
ORTEGA FARMS ORANGE PARK 3/2, new Arlington Southside location
Cottages, 2br, Ibo, w/d, condo in The Preserves REGENCY INN 904- 493 5245 Irene
$575 mlle $ ,nboeo noonThePraeA oNN en or le cesn
$575mo. & 11 $475. no at Oak leaf Plant. REGE CY lnA e F/ & Benefits
pets/smkng 388.1335 $1100$no 386- 527- 8664 $139 * 7 DAY STAY 725-593 Business
ORTEGA FARMS 3nO s795 93* $9DAY STAY_*725hom93 * Business
chORTEGA FARMS ORANGE PARK -newly Arlington-Nice 3/2 Opportunities x- W
Kit Equip, Fenced Bkyd. airport, re d2/2uxury rivehome 8 miles from * Distributorships/
VANSANDT RE 3893540 front om st fr, w/d, Maport for sanchses TITLE CLERK MOTOR-
VANANDT RE 39-3540 $1300mo. Call 998- 8672hare TITLE CLERK - MOTOR-
ClhE39-83n$ o$525 Includes all. CYCLE DEALERSHIP
ORTEGA HILLS 3/2, den, Orange Park-BRAND NEW Call hm (904)223- 1843 * icttious Names
garage, move In condB- COND MEADO _W 9 Auu hdrd__msi ______2Ca roc5 _ n__ oo x4 8
garage, move in condit m or cell (904)571- 5215 i Rnandal Services Responsible for oll phases of
tlon, walking distance to CONDO in Gated Comma-
NAS. Great neighbor- nity, pool, W/D, goroge Arlington-Navy * Money to Lend or title work processing, sales
hood. $900m. 294- 6244 Call 260-4488 ext. 366 Family looking for Borrow records processing, supply
female roommate inventory control & order-
PAXON 3/1 $795 CH&A B * to share 4/2 home. Mortgages Bought ing. filing, telephones,
Hkp, FR, 1300sf, Must C. TiTa * I Point. Alto area. Call pa plus, errands. Must have
VANSANDT RE 389-3540 652- 3811,Avail. now own reliable transportation
available daily. Fast-paced.
PAXON 3/2 & (2) 2/1.5 ARGYLE/Oakleaf . Middleburg-Share 4 * ,high volume.
ch/a, remodeled, fenced Plantation across from . acre horse FuT Tue - Sat E-mail resume
yd. NO PETS. $600m+ Publix. Please call 1 ranch- well- kept & salary expectation to
$600dp.354- 7396/766- 7572 Nancy904- 415- 2005 cozy home, nicely ALL CASH BUSINESS nprice@hondaofiacksonville.
furnished room, $325 - Local candy vending cone or fan 904-721-2480.
Ponte Vedra 5/4, gated BAYMEADOWS/ 9A utilities +depsit Call route. $50k/'-r potential x 9 0.
waterfront comm. 3400sf. - 3/2.5, TH, 1655sf, end 612- 6646 30 machinE:+L- i-ana :
bit 2004 granite. 19x19 unit, gated, pool, w/d, $59 95 , a l Ir, ...
bonus rm $2950m. 881- 0895 $1250mo. Call 629- 0157 Room for Rent 800- 704- 541 254. M
. .Near NAS Jax,.
4 RIVERSIDE/Avon- BAYMEADOWS 2/2 fpc . $400/mo. Includes BUY COMM'L SUITES
dale Studio/Eff on lake 1st fir, scrn prch utilities & cable. Resell for pr;.lh Ic.. :r
nice, greot location, Irg rms, pvt ent. sec sys, Very nice home, call investment. -
$525mo+$500dep NP, NS975+904- 200- 6446 (904)779- 4660. CAFE/ WINE BAR -
e util included. No BEACH -Jacksonville LUXURY ROOMS Fully equp lurr. . e
Pets90434- 4 342l563- 5865 Costa Verano 3/2, 1730sf, w/Microwave & Refrig! $98k, pass. f n 2004 T;g
RIVERSIDE 3/1 $725 pool, 3 decks, $2500mo Low Doily/Wkly Rates!
ch&a, 1200sf, W&D Hkp, utils incl 904-669-1169 10% Off for Wkly Room! CANDY MAKING PKG
FRc, Feced Bck Must C KINGS INN (904) 725-3343 All supplies a6 Ol
VANSANDT RE 389.3540 Beach Jacksonville QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211 ASteal- $7500. c -W. 5/M'.
Ocean Front 1/1 remod., International Co Inden
ROLLING HILLS 3/2 $925 granite, garage & water Ju team - rt-o .
1500sf, Lg Fam Rm, ch&a IncI. $1375mo. 881- 0895 members ao ,lI pure
1 Car Gar, Storage, Fncd. e, be
VANSANDT RE 389.3540 Downtown Luxury lbr + safe, beneficial.bol.r. :oi --- -
den, many amenities & products. 90J 1 k:a.jr
SOUTHSIDE St. Nicholas, upgrades. Parking, LAWN MAINT. BUS Es 1 1-
nice area, comp remod. $1300mo+ 904- 294- 8412 9yrs Enclosed IrOiMAr To
3/2, eat d n kit, garaged9yrs. Enclosed I
$120mo 904- 571- 9535 Intercostal West 2/2 w/eqpt. & a-... ur- u t
Avanti Condos on Ker- Asking $50k, OJ. .-, i4Jl Ful rf is
SOUTHSIDE nan /Bch all new, WD, Vending Machn es - Co
Springpark area, 3928 gated, pool $1100434- 8118 F t Food, 1- Soaa i- r,.:c
Adirolf 3/1, $650mo, - 31 4,- ATM ;rc cs r..r,, !y
$650dep 731-7232 INTRACOASTAL WEST Baker $1500 OBC- 3J. A c~ l GIU F' A�
1/1 Lux Condo (New) . ..t... Clayd r ]ri,. u,
SPRINGFIELD private lanai. $850mo y irr.:.d - a.'h . ir:p,:,n Tile
Open House, Sun 1-5, Call Tammy 887- 1187 Duval C11. Dn brang rvur .:l ir nl'
324 E. 6th St. o Nassau r, I ".'.c in .' e o rr,,-, r:-lu, rc
CallLinda 904-633-9414 INTRACOASTAL new a
WESTSIDE 3/2, luxury 103rd, 1750sf Putnam AVOID FOREC LOSUR E F:r..r,,i."h: tIh ,'ir t'e:r,
WESTSIDE 3/2 r 103rd, waterfront, pool, gym, St. Johns Refi. NOW or .E LL tour ,:r e, r,.J nl.-. F'P m
Irg kit., huge den, no gar, San Pab/ JTB .Georgia Call MOrk 90J. en. L,
dogs. 950m+700dp. $200mnc lutils 904- 669- 1169
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WESTSIDE Nice 19 3/2, Gated, new 3/3, 210SF MONEY - CarO jac rk.. .so fi
ch/a, fenced, new renovs, granite garage. pool & structured iilll.-&enl.
carport. Nosmk, ets or fitness. $1895. 881- 0895 s owner fin, mln r,-, , ARMED D.R1ER
hud. $900m. 777- 5955 J904- 8,4. is
WESTSIDE 3JACKSONVILE BEACH ayMaort-2 BR on $10.2o/hour
WESTSIDE 3.5 ec.Condo,3/2.with Privatefenced Lot,
2420 Firestone Rd. garage $1650mo. off Mayport Rd, Not
RENT TO OWN Co1l904- 424- 7577 in Park, $600/mo. OrBr, ordroiw m- i b ., i.lf
904-838-7021 :d/ie _rnu ... b j .
WESTSIDE -4br/2ba 2 SAN MARCO New luxury Dep, No pets, 246- 4461. :.D
extra rooms, fncd yd, S/Sapls 20th fIr river WESTSIDE - Rentals AVOID FORECLOSURE r., ,,rlih CThf,,l,
$1099mo. fully renoa view, 1545sf. lots of extras from 541 to 650, r dy -
voted, in quiet clean S1950m.904- 363- 2720 for imm$4 moveina CallMark901 2J 4231 0
n'hood, CH&A, laund for 9mmed movein, Call Marki904 ,,u3 4:31 i.: n" ,. : .-: r,,i,-m-r,t l:
Call 885-6917 SOUTHSIDE 3/2, 1200 sq. rfCollins Rd. 771-40532 - call- (94)3:98-2o9
Westside Lakeshore 3/3 ft. washer& dryer, full_ _Rd._7_-405
t995,1300sf,Po HotTub kit, garage gated, Call WESTSIDE 3/2 DW, priv o Please appI
Fpic. Recently Renov., Fncd T904- 00- 1143 lot, fenced backed, w/d,
Fplc, R .... tly RE ...... 0 Fndch&a. shed. 5750m. Incl WhW.L OO ISF
VANSANDT RE 389.3540 Waterfront Gated Comm. water, garbage No pets.
Westside Jax Heights 3/2 2 bedroom 2 barth, $750 + Doep or'9 93 - | , >
$995 Newly Renovated, Mc Aoom dalS RN- I3 IIll boil 390-20Co
1450sf, Garage, Fplc, LR. 1-800-678-8365 _
VANSANDT RE 389-3540 Lease to awn 2 & 3 Bedrm..
WESTSIDE/1O3RD Brand Low Down Po. 695- 2255. r
new townhm 3/2.5, w/di. Intrc j.', r e .liver.=
fridge, catv included. PnvateIstructton I , mr.1,:dl j~ri.1l ,,5srn. dl: ll
Outside maint. free. Beach Ponte Vedra 3/2.5, Schools htFf'/Lo Drua Fi, ,':..ripli
$1250m. Coil 904- 282- 8041 1800sf, new tile, total Specialty fraining-
12min to NAS base renovated. Hr Saworass
Westside Paxon Area 904-285-6452/904-412.2455 - Events
newly remined, 2br PALENCIA gated condo I
$750rno--dep 904- 318- 0191 ing fans, all window
WHITEHOUSE New3/2, treatments, $1250m. incl.
2car gar. 2400sf, fplc elect., water, Hi. spd int. Baker REAL ESTATE
comm. pool, w/d, $1400m & membership amenities.
Ca11561- 707- 70088 Sec. dep. req'd. "Clay 1 Week Day Claus Feo: MANAGING CA
---__�__' _____ 904- 307- 1957,904-. 645- 9714 * Duval 8 Week Eve Clo's tar.r, 1, -- - - __
$500 Down U OWN or90 237- 3684 * Nassau Superior Ir'lrucaior
All Areas 1st MO. FREE PONTE VEDRA BEACH Putnam (904) 269 i255
EZ QUALIFY 1/1 condo, gated cam- Florida Real Estate Institute
Call the Hotline 388-1208 munity, w/d incl, $950mo * St. Johns
pets ok. Call 904- 607- 8336
tso.CPONTE VEDRA BEACH Georgia Part Time Customer Service
Gated, l/den, fPnlc, view, and Computer Technical S
reav.. , son smoker $950
w/lease opt. 614- 7777
PONTE VEDRA BCH For Czee CyberZone Inter
]r * * _ A Luxury 2/2 condo, only < Jacksonville
j 18 mO SE of Jax. Beach-Atlantic at Jacksonville Naval Ai
E A L E 5TLocated at an exclusive Restaurant ForX
REAL ESTATE gated comm, complete Sale-Breakfast/r Requirements: Basic computer technical & trc
Dan Jones center, indoor pool, and Military Owner being Network/software knowledge/PC saming a-I

& Associates, Inc shutte srvc to beach. Deployed, Must Sell transportation and access to NAS, Jacksonvil
(onin 757 call American Dream ASAP. $35k. 514- 5756
(904) 757-3466 Realty352- 338 7505 weekends. Willingness and ability to respo
www.ERADANJONES.com Headquarters within set tim
Townhomes, and Responsibilities include: Record keeping and
Condominiums Facility cleanliness. Assisting customers w/
1 450- 1800 4 Bedrooms gaming, promotions and public rel

Followin Areas: Start Immediately. No Telephone
Northsiden A Email interest and/or resume
Oceanway * Baker contact@resolutepartners.col
Downtown * Clay
Arlington * Baker . Duval
Southside Clay * Nassau I
Argyle Duval U DRI
Westside Nassau * Putnam -RUCK DRI
Hilliard I ' . I
San Marco Put St Johns EE H D
Callahan St. Johns - Georgia H [-Di HANJ
St. Augustine "Georgia FOR IN-DEMANDI
CALL 757 -3466 .OCOMPAN'-S
Rd & Hwy 17, brand new 14OW VA AF
\ 3BR/2BA House- INRACOASTAL W. Febclst.904- 759- 3869 IR
1 car garage & car- Twns, 2/2.5 Wolf Creek,
port, easy access to Ha ges & Sh, gated, D u l
NAS, $950 plus ame sites, ed unit, wded
deposit, (904)291- 4316 t. $1100l. 810- 2322 d O ce
w/garage, reno- wonderful 3/2 for rent.
. voted kitchen & Gr at ancenitles and BAYMEADOWS/9A 800) 8311300 WH
bathroom, new r at school/ n'hood,. Small to large office) 8311300 WW-
carpet & tile floor, big Cseto everything, space available now.
* yard, call 387- 6022 47 8572Call 235- 2040 Ref: 82

0uble shooting skills. 904 .693 -1070. V si Antiques Diningroom Table Cee Te-End
. Muwww.iaxsheetmetal.org Appliances & 4 chirs- Brand tables w/dolphins,
--. Must have own Applianc new, Ceramic tile ceramic. Golf
le. Some nights and Arts & Crafts nla i'n white ine, Clubs, balls, boos ladies'
nd to Corporate i Auctions $450 new, $200. 268- 8656 Ithr coat, small 778- 9167
e. Building Supplies DR TBL - Ethan Alien oak
LEGAL SECRETARY Business/Office pedestal, 2 leaves, 6chrs,
revenue iniury litigation firm. l
revenue reporting. inow wiatrslnam. Equipment exc cond $5000bo 710- 7356 The economic
Internet access & FT position. Great ben- Cloes Entertainment Cn- i t f the
nations. efits, free parking. Collectables ter-Solid pine,
Salary commensurate Computer honey color, holds military in
with ep. Fa resume to 32" TV, and stereo
calls. 3wi 2425 Craft/Thrift Stores stack, orinally $800. Northeast
e: Electronics Exc. shape. $100teas
m IEstate Sales Florida and
Farm/Plantin LIVING RM SET 5pc., 2 Southeast
* He h Cruitas/Vegetables sofa's, 1 matching chr, 2 Southeast
ottoman's w/storage eas
Rr itu/ousehold base, 5 side pillows.lyrs Georgia is
R TRAININ Medical Receptionist GaageSales old.904- 23 123
R TRAININ Min iyr exp. req'd for Garden/Lawn LOVEEAT- .
Complete Family care HOtTlbS/SpaS Recliner hunter Rocking billion.
-ON iRAjiNNG on Westside. F axes ume Recln huntr
DRIViNG JOIB3 Attn: Robin 786-7646. Jewelry/Watches $125; 2 end tbls & coffee
PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT/ KsStuf $75; call 693- 4860 Advertise in
forbusy, friendly Orange Tools Foster CA Kinbox one or all of
IRSIETS Park spring. lyr new. $16500bo. L
URSEMEs Pak amly Pactice Medical Cao try out 307- 1178 the military
Bilinsguuo Spanish Miscellaneous
"IPFlROVE Fax CV 269.1140 Miscellaneouse MNewEStilinPlsic,
PROVED 2694 rchandis MATTRESS IN IZ publications
TER Musical Merchandise so0-674-0405 distributed at
Pte dngs MATTRESS Queen Plush the local bases
Set. Brand New in plastic
BOAT DETAILER Public Sales $95 Must sell 904-674-0405 in the area.
and:] 3333IIM1MOVING, ALL GOES. P a ca
3-3333 related e a MUSTg White R, BRs, 2 outdease ca
ai & xmn d ailers bar sets, etc. 904-359-4336,
CAD El Gary Longmlre Wanted to Buy or ORIENTAL F
904-651-4279 Trade Statues, BR, designer art, Fax 366-6230.
- - - - Ilamps. 722- 0902


JAx AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 25, 2007 21

I -- '"'i"" " 1CHIEF ENGINEER and China Set-Castleton
Carpenters-Now Hiring Environmental Tech CAPTAIN for Ex-Army Mayfair Yellow Patio Furniture-
Entry level. Perform Tugboat in Jacksonville Rose Pattern from Rattan, Haywood
Si Asbestos/Lead paint Fairbanks- Morse single 1940s, includes serv- Wakefield style,
survey's. Ground screw engine, work in Ing pieces. $280 OBO. couch, chairs,
N eedd!water/soil sampling. Caribbean. 561- 753- 2797 (904)309- 3031 atooman, tables, fir
AppyM80EIlis Rdr S102 environ/constr. field. ORGAN -Victorian East- stery $800. Call
0-693 4e44 Cert. for NIOSH lake, large, pd $3000, sell (904)269- 2258
582/Bldg insp. a plus. i$1500 268-8727
Prof./Drug free a 1 7 Rare Antique Haiti Queen Bedroom Set
mi d$8000 Diningroom
must. Send resume to: Taverneau j s t, $700. DLivingroom
laxadmin@ohcnet.com ENTRY LEVEL ACCTG , Barbequese 7 ii r
CustomerService_ FT/Class A office Bldg. . Set-Plates- is. set, $600. Wicker
AR, Data entry, record Small/Large Salad 'chest, $50. Lthr couch,
keeping. Email resume Bwls, Pia Shaped $300. (904)771- 0470
INSIDE SALES w/salary req's. to ltter,$125. 771- 0249 Rattan
idustrial distributar sgranteparmco.com Furniture-Sofa,
looking for self moti- srantparmco.com SANLANDO DEPRESSION rioverseat hair
voted sales oriented DANCERS DANCERS ATTORNEY'S OFFICE GLASS SHOW.esenter w/oton, cass
person. Prefer commer- No nudity, no exp nec. Downtownc Clerical work, i . n t o $5 c ash. Call
clal/industrial exp. Good Will trainAM/PM, Dwnown. cSanford, FL. Fri. night top fee enablel,
co unication, data No Mandatory Tip Outs ph work, preparing legal 1/26 6pm- 9pm. Admis- $350 cash.1C2l7
entrcmmucasiondatt No Manda &a ys o P Ou documents, PT sion $6.00 good 3 days. (904)384- 1278.
entryable uob st. svc sks Wackos 3991110 flex AM or PM hrs AT 1/27 9am- 5pm.. 1/28 SECTIONAL SOFA, 2pc
stable jab history. Res bilingual Spanish a Plus. 1m- 4m Admsson $40 corner, brand new light
for incoming calls, Fax resumeto Janeene w/amd. Admission $4$40050 corner, brand new light
counter sales, order Ge ne ral904 B35-, 1126 wa. 4t brown/beige. Must sell
Benefits. Non- smk ofc. 94 2- 7
DFWP. Fax resume & EmpIo tiT' Sectional
s a I a ry r e q 'Is tIo PeSofa-Cloth, dark
904- 356- 8856 or email: CARPET/WATER DAM- SIgreen-$300, oaktend
rdevers@bellsouth.net AGE TECHNICIANS -Il' Coffee Maker- table $50, oak sofa
must have clean FL DL. Rcup, digital display,
S904- 7S777.1 BRAIDERS, STYLISTS New, $32. 268- 2482
_________ _ _____ AND BARBER wanted ew Sleeper Sofa &
-DOpen In Middelburg. . Loveseat-With free
- Drivers Booth rental only. Call sipcovers, asking
DENTAL ASSISTANT * MoSnonrS DorthyWk 542 4500x30 W/D-GE exc cond. $250; $200. 2 swivel 29"
for Org. Pk. Gen DDS $500 sign-on bonus! rc- 874 9827 Side by side white fridge bar stools, $300 for both.
growing team. M- Th. Brinks, Inc is the premier HAIR STYLISTS $100; 771- 5557/850- 529- 7497 Call 422- 7428
Min 2 yrs chairside Exp. provider of armored car Immediate Openings W/D Whirlpool, large
dutp skills. Front of24fice transportation. We Old Baymeadows Rd & capacity, runs well, $300 Sfa-Great cond,
duties . Call 272 243 offer: Southside Blvd. area. Call 762- 8317 $175 264- 6364
*Full Medical/Dental Pkg Booth Rental Positions C $175.264- 6364
DENTAL TREATMENT/ *Company Matching 401k Please call 591- 3638 Washer/dryer set
FINANCIAL *Tuition Reimbursement or Email resume to $200 for both, good
COORDINATOR * Paid Vacation pckheavenside@aol.com working condition. Solid Oak 7 Piece
Exceptional practice. * Time & half for 40+ hrs Tara: 301- 247- 7493 Dining Table-6
Great staff. 8 yrs dental * Avg Annual Salary $29K - - --W--h- &n chairs, exc cond,
& computer exp manda- (includes OT) , Washer & new, $750. Must Sell
tory. Call 350- 1685 candidates will . Dryer-GE Profile, 2 $350 (904)629- 0045
Qualified candidates will years old, white,
complete a: Bee e exc cond, asking .Q Toddler Bed-
-Successful Polygraph $450 OBO (904)803. 4287 J Good Condition, $50.
D � examination CASHIERS & COOKS w/ Call 573- 2863
-Successful background exp, 4pm-llpm, w/ Washer-Frigldaire
investigation transportation. . Gallery Front
DRIVER * Drug test/D.O.T. physical Northside location. Loader, Exc Cond,
Allstate Steel For directions or more Call 904.626.0930 extra large capac Twin Beds-NEW-
needs olatbed drivers. 3yrs information please call bty,white,$14Call Mattress, box-
exp. Home nightly. Hourly (904) 353- 4331. Brink's is DANCERS,DOORSTAFF, (904)874- 5542ring, rails, never
+-OT + benefits. an equal Opportunity & BARTENDERS been used. Call
Cio4- 81o- 6040 em p loy er m/f/h/v. NEEDED _n Amelia Is0, Call while
License #BB8700010. CALL 757-7370 Whirlpool Washer & they last!
Must have CDL exp required Apply at +DANCERS DANCERS+ j yrs old, excellent
Reliable, dependable, Orange Park Florist. Hiring dancers, shape, will deliver,
Available now 1940 Park Ave. bartenders waitresses, $340.994- 0100
Call 904.266- 1007 Call 264-5120 security.
TRUCK DRIVERS DRIVERS Needed for Westside's newest club ARLINGTON Moving sale
immediate openings in Valentine's Day. 2/13,& Call 389-8273 all2week! Appliances,
the Jacksonville area. 2/14 All areas of Jax. AUCTION car, truck, exercise
Earnings in excess of $6 Per delivery . We0 1/07
$40,000.00 possible research every delivery DJ,DOORMAN, blrm nSia/BlS M equipment, books and
$40,00.0 posibleT for you. Dinsmore BARTENDERS, 12br, 6bo, 2 kit, I oc land
and Hazmat. Home Florist.SUV or Minivan WAITSTAFF Good area Bacon Co. Go CR220/Orange Park South
anvd Ha at. m H o Hme pref'd. 768- 7444 Call Passion hansfordrealauction.com Drs Inlet-Sat only
full benefit lob with a 30 RETAIL HIRING 9801 Beach Blvd. PH- 1- a80- 962- 5715/GAL2S4 8:30a- ?, 2084 Tickford.
year old company. You Cashiers, Laborers, Sales 6415033 MANDARIN Moving Sale
may apply in person Clerk, Cart AttendantsMJan 26/27/26 8AM- 2pm
between the hours of (Temporary, Part Time) New Mediterranean Grill an itce
8:00 am and 12:00pm at All shifts, weekends & hiring all positions for Rain OR Shine.Kitchen
343 Denard Ave. Jax, FL holidays. Atlantic Blvd/San Pablo it e m s, f u r n i t u r e,
32254. Yu may cm-n FOOD SERVICE WORKERS Contact Rich 88i- 5s55 or Navy Chief Uni- bikes,etc . 4973 Green-
plete an application & LEADERS mary@zaitoongrill.com forms-36- 38 pants, land Hideaway Dr N
online: 'tv1,risx2- 44 Jackets, press
lMust have previous exp. blues, whites/khaki MANDARIN Multi-fam.
everytruckiob.com under Please indicateposition Waitstaff, excellent cond, work sale Mostly turn.
companies, then select applying for on applica- Bartenders, Doorstaff whites, belts, Call Sat 1/27 & Sun 1/2 8a- 2pm
Hewco. You may tax a lion. Fax resume to (904)771- 4539 11695 Sparkleberry Ln.
resume to 727i- 323- 2249 Nexcom Personnel Call 399.1110 -Nhd Syu f
or e-mail Bldg oAB 554, NAS JAX EDE C 9Northside- Sell your stuff
gbarnes@howcousa.com Bldg 554NA JA w/s. $8. Pecan Park
TRUCK & AUTO Flea Mkt. 904- 751- 6770
I DETAILER - Needed.N H mt
Some exp nec. exp a PAINTINGS- T. Kinkade, NORTHWEST - multi fam
plus. Need own trans & CASe-aA.SKions d, es ar geisale, Sat e
valid DL. Starts at ABINET SALE bsome are editions, exc 12740 US Hwy 301,
$8 flat rate, net and granite looking below mkt prices. Bryceville.
Call 31-9859 Iv msg. for Experienced sales 215- 9105or360- 7070x286
Tutor Wanted person. Hi Commissions - ORANGE PARK- moving
Tutor Wansted hPaid. 234- 2618 Sports Card Collection sale, collectables,
SResponsible high T 250,000, approx 85% household goods and
l school studen t to COMMERCIAL baseball, 15% football, more. Fri Jan 26th 9- 5,
t wor h SALES - Local security, basketball, hockey & Sat Jan 27th9- 12.
graders in Math & fire, access and met racing. Moving mst sell 2287 Birdwood Dr.

Reading. Call 241573- 87552339re o e d dtr iding imowr.705- 5990
contractor has mmedi $15,000 OBO. For more
bRecent Re ired or sea-nd AUTO BODY TECH ate openings for expd infoco904- 616- 5063 PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Commercial higdd eburg are the commercial & inus OB (9068756 St. Johns Co. Movin Sale
mechanic operator WeekendsweIA trialmarkeGHT & HEAVY ororn34 Ate metal frame, glass2p
needed for shift position Kineland, GA opening its pkg and utomo-din.908 Churchhill Ln 568be 58. edge,
n a downtown hi57- 8755 bi le p G provided. al ail wooden co. tb w/mnserts
resume to P.ersonnel Computer-Dell riding mower. 705- 5990
BUILDING ENGINEER Dept, PO Box 16596, Dimension 2350
een elI2NErsJacksonville, FL 32245c Se desktop, monitor, SAN MARCO Antiques &
Recent Retirav ed or sepa- AUTOMOTIVE TECH keyboard , mouse, Unique's. Sat 8- pm.
rated Navy Engineers RAY CARTER PARTS SALES FOR speakers, GEforce 1405 River Oaks Rd.
Commercial high rise CARS AS WELL AS graphics card, $250 StJhso
mechanic operator KIA LIGHT & HEAVY OBO. Call (904)687- 0561 St. Johns Co. Moving Sale
n eeded fo r shift position Kingsland, GA DUTY TRUCKS or 545- 31 on34 All must go! Fri/Sat - 2p
oin buil downtown high rise we Are Looking for pa.ay any me C mputer
office building. F sull ExperiencedAutom- Pentium l300MHZ Ba i hTE
benefits incl medical 1xerene Atoo Comput d 15" GALORE
dental, 2 wks vaca tion, fe Technicians, ASEn Mon ioCdRWh, id I n HeA
Monitor CDRW This Sat & Sun Have
sick leave, 401k, & paid Certified tooin Our tion Drive 40GIG, Harddrive, Your Garage Sale at
holidays, eeo, pre Growing Team. lnthe 64 meg Memory $80. The Market Place!
employment back- Top 10 Dealers Call 249- 1666 7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
ground check & drug Nationally, for Cus- DRIVERSB Li2

tes req. Apply at Profe ssional class A driver - Laptore
c h e ng b stnco n line n to l asse t.c , er s O T R ot ra c tr tr a i e r Po .nte ry - - o n n-P Po2 0
or in person at 301W You Must be Able to r, OTR tr actor railer t i -

St Grow 2us begs Bod pp dR ay. Great home nHP( F2200,2 FF2210,
Bay St 210 or fax Keep the Highest time, health ins., 401K, Batter Model
(9Ot - 2534 Level of Customer paid vacation, bonus HSTNN- B02, Never
Satisfaction. pkg, & top equipment all Used, New: $95.00, ask- Hedge
SDealership Experi- in a small company ing lust $60. 771- 0457 TrmmerCofls-
BUILDING ence Helpful but not atmosphere but backed -L man e lect.
up with large company 4 Panasonic Proiec- "Bushwhacker', 20
ErN EER, Required. benefits t tion TV-56". 1 yr in, both bades move for
ENGINI Ca.ll Randy . 877-440-7890 o ld, asking $600. less vibration. Scabbard,
Part time Experienced We Offer: www.PTSI- nline.com Also 52 " Proction never used. $40 268- 2482
in HVAC plumbing, & Excellent Working Ask about or new pay TV, 1.5 yr old, asking
other building systems. Atmosphere, Super package! $400. Mchele 874 nd8877
. plus. Must be Busy Shop DRIVER WANTEDI Pentium 30nMHZ s
self- motivated: and G Our Automotive Ue NEED MONEY d A ST?? m ter ad, w n k eth 15
task oriented. Fax Technicians Compen- APPLY NOW!!t! mr and 6eak- WEDDINGf wBAND

resumeito205- 4 - DR40 FINISHERS 1840 levers406HD, 64megt Beaut1 I4kt wh te gold
S- nduslr rurns ri rme I , $70. 15" monitor, $20 Sell for $1500. 904- 744-26
Full Medical & Den T Nr RS *0.0'-' -$0 COD;.249- 666

171 Aile TI'S.-rNv hild SeatsRecle t a'
lfa C Available UTRS Come drive lo :r uHs Playstation-Orig-
4- 01k Plan YELLOW CAB 493.5222 n aol one control, oneK d'sS
RO VacOi Olln''ina. n game inc l,$25.
Do You Know Class A CDL drivers . - Step 2 Lifestyle
fme Kingsland s Only 20 Fr lucal n ir Mini. Prner-E Bpson Ink- Exc. cond, w/di she's
ol 0 hoIoI mm 2�4 7O4 CDL r.a a let for computer. co
sMin North ofL Mer.' MlNo~rl oc Ih Jox 5739-863Compatible w/$7 ink b& food items, $50
Intl Airport, Come tall i90-i .66 203" v or Com --be-------000 Mast See. Call
Mu -rore lnlmaiicor, Pa, cartridges. $35.00..Anew34-547
.r . rand Grow with Us! ! I I i day ben (904)277- 8905. Angea 334 7547
S Call 912-5108000 or --ll,-s . iser f -Ne dpoo, (912)573- 2654 '"N
James- Nelherlond r TV- 14 in RCA. a in
_ _ _ _ _ _Tube type, flat
CONCRETE FINISHERS screen, great color

CON*TE TE FINISHE M a Heen o w ront ,f.,o no more
n< ,indre r, r a area hookups, $40. Cra ftsman- 1HP,
YO* r, w .I, RLscr,,.ii eup REGISTERED 268- 2432 $50 Go d Cond

. oPE _ T i irNT4. L �,o0 ProblNUSE Nd 63o64 9998 Cr tesI,$5.oomknE Cic

I. . * .For ac re ,r,,ng --- 3 osea er Touch&Loveseater anywe re Gea5
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*:,8 398i3e 8c ap Area rugs-eta
Lof,, .r aOre..r l hd.'- 2 o0r 39 12 1, colors, varous s izes
c r.pl..l ;c. F .s.- ., i - h . p 3 c1s contac
. irr, . L .j.n-,i .I SEASHORE CRITTER Tara 30 247- 7493 E Wech ri
i dIhEs fL"u uIh m cd Conslruction SITTERS for 0g Han e Torgue Seai Pwr
,r.: C,.h ,:h I lel. Management BESTglk, MaInage &r Facaln - .tilt, T.e shape,
INSLAOR . : M omoha al~ina.u___ ___ _ex t oncelleat shape,
r�P ;r,,. :or. ,.K Jrne n-,.r llmn h m - R:-u10.3 3 - . .r. B ,o . 2 lists over $5000, sell $850.
e jul ,r hnEl,,hir, , enta lamll r. ou:rs BED Absolute All Brand Call 786- 4591
cs PuE rotarT s.l6~nrI cPnrocl or New Pillow Top Sets
4Pkir OPE caTR rjai-,K Ang $ 250___ K 58 $258 Queen $110
,or i h . e iO ,i c - M emory Foam from $300 n o
has openingsfor: Estimator K T __ 904-674-045 Me a
ProIjcl Manager HO E DA Y CARE BED- Queen Size Pillow Topa
Sup Erintendent Applicaa Of a r -L C T MatresStfin St LeftNBehind" Book
Gu DS Super inl ndeels r. ir sa 1 r a a Mu St, New ine P st C Series-Set of 13
GuR ' | JcComrpelliVe so dr I aa L r r - I a Mst ll $10 904 -674- 0405 l"har dbound, excel
On Cen I IS package 0 0Penng I iuel iia BRed- Red Corvette lent cond tion,$40.
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22 JAx AIR NEWS, NAS JAC\(KSONV\I.I., Thursday, January 25, 2007

Fiesta BBQ Gas JANSON Console GREAT DANES-AKC, Yorkles Pups AKC male
Grill-Exc cond, piano and bench, 9wks, 5F/$600. S/W, HC, $BOO;F $900, 2st shots, AIRSTREAM & TRAIL Harley Davidson HD883 XLC '01- Honda CR125'98 Suzuki DR650SE
35,000 BTU, w/side excellent condition. POP. Down payments 521-2273 health cert MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS 883 XLC '01 13,320 miles, VGC, $1800. Like new, Dual Sport, '06-
burner, incl cover, e accepted Appt904-692-1411 ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES 13,320 miles, VGC, many extras, fwd Runs Great, Low 1800mi, Paid $5900,
$60 OBO. Call Bob, Professionallye Sales, Service, Parts Many extras, Fwd controls, wind- hrs, New Fenders, sell $5400, Great
221-9139 refinished and tuned. GREAT DANES -AKC, y PUPPY SALE V J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales controls, Windshield, shield, backrest, lug- sidecovers, handlebars, Troll/l-95 bike, Fast.
fa$500 1-wn, harlequin, born Alochua (386) 4623039 backrest, luggage rack, gage rock, hwy bars, grips, 608-0388 912-322-1953
$500751-3958 Adopt a Pet 102 & 10/27 all shots and $499-P 1-800-541-6439 Highway bars, Saddle- saddlebags, $5,900 OBO.
----------------- Adoptworming, $500 $650. Labs, Huskies, bags, $5,900 OBO. (904)548-1161
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA Pets & Supplies Call 803-943-2206 Labrodoodles, Schnouzers, Allr r (904)548-1161 H Honda Shadow . SukiDRZ8 '01 5
Flagbox-Doghouse YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST Livestock & Supplies Maltese, Pekingnese Home '98-21ft, GMC'00-k mles, $3000, od, n to.
style, 17"H, 26"W, WHOLESALE. 7140141 ter '01 Drag Pipes, 1 Call (360)649-50561 runs Sood, 2 stroke,
Beautiful Oak, � Animals Wanted GREAT DANE Pups AKC www.petworldpets.com V6, Motor APX, 35k Lowered front & 50. (904)553-4508
9Like n 6$50 TPIANO Yamaha CCKC, UKC. Ready 1/16 Pet World 262-4646 miles, Loaded, Lowered r04
se9Like n p 50 PIANO Ym$1200,o h HrlquiTns BI Merle,Y Bks, $5000, (904)378-1780 for Harley Davidson beck, wndshield,

------5246 41t24Pe-t6herr2ch org 0 23797 aon ooo n esl. r-us beolet ak s c d Bl 2h undownerseat ao k ct0 Su e0as
H246.V1124 P PIfulI bike, all new chrome, factory purple, 1500cc, 6.Skmi, / '05 Red, Block,
HAVANESE PUPPIE d Fletwod WilderE sheet metal, 10k reduced to $6800.ot stored for overseas exc second lowered
Technics Digitol AKC,' females . health ess '05-25' loade miles, runs A+! Cus- (912)576-5540 tour. New tires, 4" track swing arm,
Piano-Model tom parts, h7000 age runs great, l10,000 aBe. full Hindle eXhaust,
Golf Cart-4/6 p-s- sx-PR305. Like new 10M Gallon Acrylic certificates $1000 $1200. Equipment ike new 6 slet, Idek int n, rage nd
Old Milker, new tires, condiio p all booker s Aquarium- Slw 407 973-8816 / 352750-2130 Onan Gen. 4000904619-0 kw d984etachable sssHonda750R Nighy bar. t- 904-225-0509301379-8ellow w/mtch- kep. 5200m 3 200 miles, $10,500 BO.
riTn, charger, incl. Priced to se ll $2500 thr setup, every- must go, TOP. Call Needs work, Call bm. 477-2153 or mphil
seats. Lift kit. 11 hp beO . Phone; 210 6062 tling ncl, Moving, ITALIAN GREYHOUND Kh (912)673-6303 Harley Davidson Tyrel, (904)505-9230 Kawasaki Vulcan liPs@grlmeslo.com

PORCH SW ING .70" c ongl,I v$2500ig 9 26 R dy n 2 80 7 k rcyclusp M ini s904e315-5765 everyi ^-,U , __ ______ ___
motor, delivery avail- Must Sell, $500 abie 10 wks, Blue w/Vhite ISportster '98-1200cc, 900D'060
able $1500. 813 9774 9126739630 crate trained $45090006-950 m,
m.r. Washer& M Waod F125 Gallon Ciry al Boats ~ 00-25ft, 5th wheel, ing $7500 O80. 866-7431 out-chrome rims, lights, riding pocket, pair of $4200. 993-5102

Klrenm4 freezWa er d rands 50per BCHON FiSE M/5mo, Jack Russ& ell r chipped S/ eS Before ou Buy n RV
Exc Cond, Can 9-532 mm Cannon Must see to believe, 352-595-4072 Sailboats milyownes, all for $7,000.

$10. 7864406 anytime broken, $400. 225-0048ext.MALTI-POOS, YORKIESswing arms, new gloves, for $7,000.
Razor - s-te Model- tese. 91c352-9-42lide out, tires, 2km, mint cond Call John 904)710-6184

Three wheelers $20 Home Gym BICHON PUPS, M/F, reg www.wlkerkennel.com MISc.AtO 6141 Pecan Park
deliver, $225 Camera-Pocket call (904)778-2464 ww.butterbllfrm.om Boat Dokage AC, am/fm/CD, war- HD 883 Sportster '03 $4700firm. 904-434-2466, Yamaha R6 '06 50th
786-1767 size, sure shot 130U. Rentals ranty, $8500. Paul 8200 mi, Lots of I - anniversary Edi-
STon Bosel fellow, yr, s 278-8903/599-5743 chrome, touringorBU PUPS Seriou o, yellw, mitg y,
Used sparingly, Affen-pinscher pups LAB -AKC yellow, myr, hs erume, Ltouring Honda CBR600F4im iC-1 '01nt
kes rea photos, M/F Ready now$450 trd, vaccines current, Marine Equipment -8seat, windshieldnnel'02-1k miles, black Min cond, Gammunrage it condition, All

thtakes gre htosmr nU t , u n donated 505,907 hours of volunteer
Old Milk Can w/Top w/box, papers, 50. ll 633816 Prie e 3776414 and Supplies anGen4000kwkep. 5200m, ext $10,5 OBO.

$80 5mr e P n, BO R- sw^nC C^ /Fw5s0 57 2or sale B O wner service in Northeast Florida and Southeast
2ft toll, ex cod 262482 LABS KC PUPS RV Rentals micro lite RV-Less exc cond, $5700 OO 2ing helmet & jacket extras. $7-00firm. 477-2153 or:
$75. 268-2482l ALEXANDRINE blonde,U white, block s and S than 100 hrs, 750 673-8733 $3500 OO. (912)222-2060 Call Jamie 864-6699 mphis rmeso gcm

- blonde, wiebak MradSchwinn TandemlPOP, 1 Male, 1 Female.L 'i .one ? I Garage Kept, '
PARAKEETClubs, 15" Tires 2ydition $175 OBO. separate liter, no paprs old, eadyutiful black ilk ycles/Mini (904)315-5765B
PORCH SWING x 0pr ngl$ vocabulary, standing 912.632-7959 / 912- 28840. S ing for . 0479
capy option, w R7- st sh reeder ps cage ncld. $550.nclus 2 h Bikes
$100 abe 886-3360 Peggy 904-298-3542 LABS AKC reg, blk, S&W, Auto Brokers RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
CROSSBOW By Wedder - beautiful and healthy, Lo ars ow Overhead, Low Prices
POWER LIFT CHAR -64 exercises, barley used Bichon Frise Puppies $300. 912-816 608a

Car eLux e3rha (904)S6n63183 fV s Ti Cha. Cbl a276-4522 only, pase. ca .rIo.. I r & P 904-219-7659 & P s 5
Aeto, $ ; Mak $250abo. 904-742-0885 Gorgeous white babiesN ntiqPue/ClUii DO Us Both a Favor-
navutol, $500; whe NeM - chasing toils, $650 LABS- AKC, OFA cert, Automobiles Come Check Out Our
Shopsmith $500; Inva V Golf Balls 727-726-4249 Clearwoter raised w/children, Field Iveto &Prices
Care Wheelchair $250 . Various name Trial Chmp bldln. fox Tler/S s I
Lre upright f.eeze6 brands, $3.50 per BICHON FRISE //5mo., reds S yellow 229-561-0616 Vans/BUses BeforeYou BuRan RV
125; 9042685265 dozen, 3 dozen for U KC, micro-chip, house F$200 or LhFamily Owned.er
$10. 786-4406 anytime broken, $400. 225-0048 MALTI-POOS, YORKIES. 2 e Commde 0 NO PRESSURE a
Razor- & Maltese. 912 422-3982 Commercial Vehic$es (904) 714- 9939
Mower, $4b5s'x-uber Pa $1200, askin $80 &p. 904501 4891 $200sho AutoARet Gaspe Pecan pa rk1 Fle Mke3t H o u r s
Three wheelers $20 Home Gym BICHON PUPS, M/F, reg www.walkerkenel.com Misc. Auto 614-1 Pecan Park
, boys Hard SUPER BO1 bkeWL KPS-850 fnxc. HC, hyper allergenic, nonto cover, shop manual,
$30. Murray Lawn e workout, like new, shed, white K, Yores Pups AK AnutE Po ndit garage kept, excellent
$Mower, 45. Paid $1200, asking $800 & up. 904.501.4891 $300, shots & wormed AutO Rent/Leaseo Pecan"Park Flea Market
(904)874-3023 $400. GreatChristmas 912-276-4809 WTERRYcIESOoT44099-37 7
gift! Call 220-4472 BOSTON TERRIER- TERRY RESORT 25' -07,
Tony Boselli full Pool Table For AKC, reg, parents under PITBULL PUPS Serious A itoTT, 250fq, used one
size cardboard Sale-7ft comes with 10 pounds, 5600 buyers only, good homes time, reduced, call
Sstand-up.'Owno 4 1-allt ........ries, Call ... w kuddlebugbudog...... .a must. 994-9393 www. 904-759-8165
piece of Jaguar l(904)652-3811 accessories, all 229-561-1009 your-it-res.urce.com/puppiesl GREEN COVE SPRINGS personneur
history'. $95 268-248240x50 Hanger w/eftic., pt. stationed in our communities
RIFLE-Custom made by BOSTON TERRIER Pups PIT BULL -Pups, ADBA, on0 acre+land in flying
Tredmll-S0 Rifles Inc.; Caliber AKC, greatlmorkings, 3 POP, HC, 3F, 2M, comm.. . A ccoma ateshours of volunteer
Roplo desk, $300. 6mm/284 scope, 6x18xS0 M vet checked/shots, $500 382-1992 planes $600m. 904-282-4289
Sleeper/sofa $100. Swarovski paralax adjust. price neg 386-397-1331 -Pp-AK,_
King Sleigh Bed, 100 precision ammo. Pomeranian I
$800. Chest of Drawers $4500; Pistol Custom BOXER-pups, AKC, HC, ,BIk/F $575 2 white/Ms
$25. Mirrors, $25. made by HS Precision, brindle/ fawn, $600 $525; 8wks. 904-537-7272 ForSaleBY.. .' service in Northeast Florida and Southeast
(904)272-7352 caliber 7mm/O08, scope, 235-2483 *Suzuki GSXR 600*
3x9x42 Kohles multi-plex SCHNAUZERS-Mn, kBlue & White color,Georgia last year Their time given to
$2500; 904-838-4941 CHIHUAHUA PUPs-CKC AKC, HC, 8 weeks, $400
Reg, 10 weeks, S&W, Call 655-0754 "Wavrunner o 00 Low Miles (5,100)
Schwinn Tandem POP, 1 Male, 1 Female, -r.jl ra Go ..
Trimline Phone, Bicycle-All accesso- very small, 5350. 1 Male.,- I o arage Kept.
$10, Men's Golf ries, excellent con- 4 months, S&W, POP, Small Female Cat ,2', : ownerMusSell.
Clubs, 15" Tires dition, $175 OBO. separate litter, no papers, beautiful . '"'': Blue Book Valueu
Like New,(2), $95, 2708-2926 $300. 845-7951 / 866-7352. cat, ecsI Ik5400. Selling orn
BOX Springs, single. coat, white chest, $S400. Selling for
317-6618 . Tailormade Quad COCKATIEL Proven with white boots. 136 Rinker Cuddy payoff, ONLYS3800m
R7-400cc stiff shaft, breeder pairs w/cage & Greos green AUCTION 1,28.07 Price Includes 2 hel- youth activities, scouting and more.
Washer/Dryer-Whirl hardcover, exc nesting box. $75ea. Buy slarl rpm. 3 SISK mets + riding lockel.
,,pool, Large capac- cond. $150. 4 or more pairs, will sell eyes. Indoor cat ... .1oI &, ..I .r.. rT hnk1
iLty, deluxe, 3 yr old, (904)616-3183 for $60ea. Caloil 276-4522 only, please. A -. . l '' 904-219-7659 h a n k y o u !
little use-375. WANTED: authentic little bashful at spd65mph New 9/01 mint
piece wheeled luggage, WANTED DOBERMAN PUPS s 6mh New 9/01 mInt
navy color, $2500. white Nike Mark Brun-itter first, but very cond. 262hrs. 904-233-1159. BMW F650
781-6222 nel Jersey 513-678-2475 crtexc bloodline F$400 lovin once she '97-Under 3k miles,
Weight bench- M$600. 904-235-6738 gets to know you. condition, hard
Wheelstires,24xlO0. w/atta.chment for Will be a loyal '86, for full spec & pics bags, $4250 neg. Call
extra clean, $2500. reg workout. $25 Free 1 Year Old i
k ,Bowflex ultimate OBO. 372-9113 Cat- Beautiful, Long companion. oussirich@oaol.com $40K (904)77945-6881 ors call 90 3 4 6
w/everything extra, hair, Spayed & Please call (904)771-2175
100lbsbowflex rubber Shots, (912)673-9630AGa
mat, $750 OBO. 272-3482 Fret d349-8833 . Gped Sport-Gasdel
re1Oto Goodbowf....bberGapeHarddDonghy-#S34109,p$1o00ea, Fax 904-366-6230.
nHome-Cocker Polyehyiane con- two for $150 ea.
Spaniel, 7 yrs old WEIMARANER Puppies struction, 2 Rod New tires, run exc.
female, spayed, AKC, health certificates, holders, oars incl, spa- 386-8154
AIRFARE to Honolulu (4) registered, has all shots, silver, 2 male 2 female cilaus, $400. 616-0581 .
Gibson 12 String Must sell due to health. 9042705126, Ext 3092 $450.00 (St Augustine Harley Dyna
Acoustic Guitar $200 each. 904-346-1194 area) 904-824-2459 or kD Wideglide '98-23,200
970 Vintalge-Good 904-669-5603 WANTED! miles, Red, extras, ... M irro r
Condition, Hard- SUPER BOWL -NFL fan Boats, Motors, & Trailers cover, shop manual,
shell case Incl. $150 needs Super Bowl tick- GREAT DANE - AKC, Yorkies Pups AKC 1M Any Condition! garage kept, excellent
904-6163183 ets. Please call s/w, $650 845-2781. Ready $800; 2F $900, 1st shots, "The Used Parts People" shape, $11,500 OBO
.727-647-2468 for Valentine's Day ready to go! 521-2273 WEEKS MARINE 387-1440 993-3767


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850 Allani Blvd 725-0911
.914 Blandinl Blvd 777-2500

Green Cove Srings 264-4502
46iJ Sotulhsdle Blvl 642-6060

4,i00 SouiSioe Ptvd 642-5111
7999 Blanding Blvd 778-7700
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10880 Philips Hw 260-7777
8281 Memlil aR 721-1880
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
1166 Blanding Blvd 272-2200
2600 Philips Hww 398-3036
Macclenny 259-6117
711 Beach Blvd 249-8282
iJ0 Cas's Ake 387-4041

2330 US1 Sul 354-4421
17.50 Southide Bld 725-7300
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd 269-1033
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
1 ;16 iCaalAve 389-7792
195 Ei 1"- Fm Bch.

2;.juUS Sicuri 354-4421
10l':9 AoanB,: Bi , 642-5600
Green Cove Snrngs 264-2416
7;.13 Blnadrig Blvd 777-5500
I ., Exn 129, Fem Bch. 1-800228-7454
1672 CassatAve. 384-6561

St. Augustine 353-6797
Flodda's Super Duty Headquarters
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy 904-292-3325
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673

11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
Green Cove Springs 2644502

11003AtlanticBlvd. 565-8800
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800-4561689
11333 Pips H. 37M300
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277

7600 Blandipg Blvd. 899-0900
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060

10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200

10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111

11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500

2330 US 1 South 354-4421.
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Jeep of Orange Park
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1736CassatAve. 389-7792
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www.lotusofacksonville.com www.cityautomotive.com
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Atlantic Blvd. 7250911 ARLINGTON TOYOTA
MAZDA CiTY 10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762
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10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
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JAx AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 25, 2007

SYamaha RT100
'99-Dirt bike, exc
cond. Great begin-
ner bike, S800.
4, Yamaha V-Star
Silverado 1100 '05
Low mileage, exc.
cond., saddlebags,
windscreen, S8,000. Ask
for-Ed: (904)786-6843

4 Tires & Rims
p 205/75/R15, 15k, 6
lug, fits Colorado /
Japanese pickup.
$125 Call (904)879-2992
4 4 Tires Size 235, 65,
R17 Less than 5k
mi, $350 OBO.
542-2445 x-118
Dodge Ram-Stock
T 17"-Tires & wheels
v )(4), less than 10k

New IV ' Tire ,F
E . 1" :.l , L ?

1967 Ponliaoc GTO hard
top ,er, clean 6. ru;lI
free !28.00, ) 1,t. 3289'3;
TOYOTA FJl0 "J I-..-..i
Crdiser Jeep. $10,000
Great cond ab o 230-8458


" -:!, ACURA 3.2TL '02
- Champagne/tan
weather, extra low
S miles. $15,995
- 1,,.Lf '04. Only 26,000
- miles, like new.
S 998-0012
4, Acura Legend
'92-4dr, Loaded,
Dark Grey, Runs
great, $2900. Call
RJ (912)510-7215/
- � Extra low miles.
Beautiful. $12,990
- - ACURARL'02
~ Fully equipped,
only 50,000 miles.
S 998-0012
Leather, sunroof,
CD, beautiful.
Fully equipped,
leather, CD,
sunroof. $24,990
White/tan leather,
Z fully equip, only
3,000 miles. $21,990
� N AUDI A4 Quattro
'04. Leather, CD,
sunroof. $21,980
BMW 330 Cony. '03, blue
w/tan leather inter.
Loaded, 48kmi,
$25,900obo. 904-945-5003
(f BMW 525i '06
*; White/tan, like
new. $40,980.
1 BMW Z4 '03 2.5i
" Extra low mi, fully
equipped. $22,480

K BMW 5251
I 1994 1
I 230,000 mi fully I
serviced, Good
Condition $30000
(904). 813-9018

'02. Leather, Loaded, 79K
miles. $9975. 699-9669
, Buick Park Avenue
'95-170k miles,
S2.000 OBO 4176-3394

ILLE '04. FUll.
S..-au'DOoa ; i. O.960
Sl . ,.- L oIr.r :

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

gLS. Only 23k miles,
fully eqpt. $10,990
4 Chevy Camaro '01-
SS, convertible,
Red/black, 20"
chrome, DVD,
sound system, chip k&n
charger, 6spd, 34k mi,
$25,000. 908-3950
Chevy Camaro '01-
SS, cony, red/blk,
- 20" chrome, DVD,
sound system, chip
k&n Charger, 6spd, 34k
miles, $25,000. 908-3950

VETTE '05. Blk/
Z bik, Nay, 2nd glass
top, like new. $40,980
Chevy Corvette
'76-with 383 turbo
SI1350, 3.73 rear end,
Tall recently rebuilt,
block on black, t-tops.
$9,000 OBO.
(912)674-2236, Nick
SChevy Corvette '85
STaorgp Top, Runs
great, asking $7500
0630. Call 866-7431.
Must Sell

SChevy Malibu '98
Auto, 4 cyl, 2.4L,
4dr, New tires &
battery, runs great,
$3400 OBO. (904)708-5530.

Leather, CD, White/
tan leather. $19,995
Chryslor Sebring
Colnvortible '97-47k
miles, super clean,

Chrysler 300C '05
Deep lava/red pearl
coot, 27k mi,
Garage kept, exc.
cond, all options except
nov. S29,700 firm.
4 Chrysler Fifth Ave
Mark Cross Edition,
'90-AT, Loaded, V6,
Only 98k mi, New
Paint, Tune up, new CD,
Amp & Spkrs. $4000

"Blazing Red"
Loaded, 30,000 mi
7/70 Worrantyv, exc.
cond asking
poayoff� $23,500

i CHRYSLER 300 '05
Fully equipped
Black/ black,
Navigation, sunroof, CD,
custom wheels $34,980
4 Chrysler PT
Cruiser '04-Maroon,
4 cyl, 5spd, 23k
miles, fin, $12,000.
Chrysler PT
Cruiser '04-Maroon,
4cyl, 5spd, 23k
miles, $12,000. Call
Erin 908-3450

'02 LXI Convert. Loaded
Lthr, 52k. $9975. 699-9669
Chrome 22" rims. 3 to
choose from, starting at
$17,995. (904) 571-8134
Daytona Edition,
Navigation, CD, sunroof.
5000 miles. $29,420
Low miles, loaded
$110/mo WAC. 571-8134
4 i Dodge Neon '98-
Red, good interior,
transmission, needs
Repairs, $500 OBO.
272-4528, after 5pm
FORD FOCUS '07, 2dr,
sport coupe, loaded,
3kmi, $13,500. 502-7343
Full power. $8995
Call (904) 571-8134
SFord Mustang GT
'00-5spd, 97k mi,
Good cond, new
heater core, $8500
OBO. (912)322-7801

SFord Mustang '02
V6, pony pkg, Red,
tt $7,999. Great Condi-
tion, One owner.
Call 912-576-2756/573-4009
GT '05. Only 2650
miles, speed, like
new. $22,990
CONV '03. Fully
( equipped, only
38,000 miles. $16,980

V8, 5spd, leather, loaded.
S8400 custom stereo syst,
low miles, exc cond.
$12,975. Call 699 9669
White, AT, loaded, low
miles, $7975. 674-.1-144
Loaded, low miles.
$199/mo WAC. 571-8134

FORD T-BIRD -'05, 50th
Annlv, loaded, $30,200
2 door Coupe, loaded.
$150/mo WAC. 571-8134
, Honda Accord LX
'96-Sedan, 4 cyl,
auto, all pwr, exc
gas mileage, great
student vehicle, $5000
SHonda Accord
'03-EX, V6, Loaded,
J DVD, 6CD player,
sunroof, new tires,

JK mel-s 4cdr Ihk _
Snet.n '; a60

8-4 1280

Hy ONDA S200 ,]2
Only 28K miles,
Like new. $20,980
White/tan, Beau-
tiful. $26,890
COUPE '03 Extra
low miles. $22,990
4 Infiniti 130 '97-Gold,
4 dr, Loaded, New
r I tires, $4900 OBO
l (9121510-7215/
4.0 '02. Only 40Kmi
Beautiful. $17,990
S Jaguar X1J6
'94-155k, loaded,
S runs, exc cond, New
Tires, $4500. Call

LEXUS ES300 '02
Silve w/Gray Leather,
Loaded, 58K miles.
$17,975. Call 777-9119
Lexus SC 430 new 2005
Rare amethyst, 1800mi,
all options. $50K. 810-7653
Carter, Pearl, 102k mil,
cd, clean $5k. 268-8727
Leather, sunroof,
CD, fully eq $15,980
Blue/gray leather. 39,400
miles. $10,975. 674-4444
Signature. White. 29,800
miles. Perfect cond!
$14,975. Call 674-4444
MAZDA 6 '04. Auto, low
miles. $219/mo. WAC
Call (904)571-8134
MAZDA 626 LX '00
70kmi, auto, AC, all pwr,
new CV points & belts.
$4950. 778-1839
SMazda Miatoa MX-5
'01-Exc condition,
green w/black int,
$8700. Call Mike:
(912)882-2412 or 277-8414

MAZDA RX8 '06. Auto,
lOW miles, must sell.
$389/mo WAC. 571-8134
Kompressor. Black,

SMercedes Benz C240
'03 Silver Beauty,
S Sunroof, disc
changer, deluxe
package. Great Ride.
$19,500 OBO. 505-4780

MERCEDES C240 '02 4dr,
White/beige leather,
moonroof, loaded. 47,100
miles. $18,975. 674-4444
Wagon. Champagne/
leather, loaded, moon-
roof, CD, Extra Clean.
S12,975. Call 674-4444
MERCEDS C-220 -'96,
green, w/tan int. $4000.
Call 284-1489
'Z00. Fully equipped,
only 60K mi. $7980
MARQUIS '03 Xtra
low miles $13,980
( MARQUIS '03 Only
27,000 mi. $14,990
MARQUIS '03. White, at
ac, loaded, extra clean,
low miles. $9975. 777-9119
, Mitsubishi Eclipse
'01-Spyder, 83k
t miles, red, runs
great, brand new
top, $7500 OBO 270-7068
-'99, loaded, call 264-4716
or see at carsoup.com
2.SS '06
SNissan Altima '97-
$6800, 4dr, blue,
S runs great, cold AC,
' Call RJ.
(912)510-7215 or 467-3348
Must Sell.
SNissan Sentra '90
39k on completely
|1 rebuilt car, new
point, tires &
brakes, $2400 268-7262

SNissan Sentra '89
New front end,
4 on new engine.
$1850 268-7262

Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $16,990
4, Pontiac Bonneville
Brougham '76- 46k,
original miles, looks
& runs great, all
pwr options work, Clas-
sic, $7000. (904)803-6283
GTP '03 Red, leather,
moonroof, loaded, 69K
miles. $11,975. 674-4444
Coupe '02, 2door, silver
grey, auto Iran, great
air, pwr sunroof, 24,400
mi, like new, $7000 obo.
904-695-0405 or 338-1800
y SATURN L300 '03
Gas Saver! Fully
equipped. $10,980
SATURN SE2- '99 , fully
loaded, at, 126K mi
$2,800 obo. 764-7052
SATURN SL2 Wagon '97,
fully loaded, 97kmi, auto
CC, new tires, clean, Ithr,
$3800 obo. 742-0536
SToyota Camry LE
'05-White/gray inte-
S rior, tinted win-
dows, CD, Am/FM,
Loaded, private owner, 4
cyl, 14k miles, Call

mi, great buy, moving
out of town$9995 571-8134
4dr, AT/AC, loaded. 66K
miles. $9975. 425-4320

COROLLA S '04 C . Chevy Tahoe '02
4dr, auto, gas LOw miles. Pewter
saver. $9880 rower, Ithr, TVs,
998-0012 Spkrs, lifted New
S23,500. OBO 272-3482
I LE '05. Leather, BLAZER '02 4x4.
sunroof, CD $17,980 Fully equip $13,990
998-0012 998-0012
4 Toyota Camry '99- DODGE 1500 SLT'02 Crew
AT, alarm, 96k, exc Cob. Red, tv/dvd, loaded,
1 cond, great car, 61K ml. $14,975. 674-4444
$5600, 273-6278-
DODGE C-3500 2001
Diesel, 130K mi, exc
~~~_____~________ shape $14,500; 654-4926
TOYOTA SOLAR '00 M Dodge Magnum
Leather, original owner, SXT '05-Upgraded
low mileage. $7800 TL 5V6 Black, Grey
Call (904)637-9058 Lthr, 6 CD, Like
or (904)626-6616 New, Factory Warranty,
Must Sell! $17,500.
i TOYOTA SOLARA (843)-408-6897
CONV. SLE V6 '04
White/tan, BBS l F Dodge Ram
V VX'05-1500, Off Rd
wheels. S24,990 i ke Loaded, Like
998-0012 New, Many extras,
Keith (912)673-6303
'04. Diesel, moving sale Ford Expeditioner
must go $13,995. 571-8134 02-Eddie C auer,6
VOLSWGE tw miles, 6 disc CD,
(y VOLKSWAGEN tow pkg, Call 334-1328,
L PASSAT GLX '03 $15k OBO.
V6. $15,980
998-0012 .. Ford Explorer '97
I Fully loaded, exc-
Volvo 960 '94 A/C, AT, '.r ;' 1 ,''
LEA, PW, PS, 120K
miles, memory seats,: FORD EXPLORER 5PT
sunroof,V6 engine,' ',* .3r ",E , d IC-O3e3 :E-
cr ui s e co n t rol, Ph. '5.lE d r l.
driver/passenger air -,- ,,1- i,
bag, tilt wheel, alloy
w hee ls . $2, 700. .0 Ford F 5IO 'uu
904-338-5861. Ie .r 'C..: usi.,m
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SVOLVO X70'03 ' ,6..- r'
Wagon. Leather, .,
CD, sunroof, extra
low miles. $16,995 Ford F.15O Lor al
9 9 8 - 0 0 1 2 ,TJ ,' J rc J ' 3 1. '
� VW BEETLE '05 c.a-..-,' c-a :. -'
Conv. Leahter, r ;0i.: ,nir, .i .
CD, auto. $23,980 3_j.''"
998-0012 ." Ford FI0 i'00' ..,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE . . cab, custom paint,
- wheels, pioneer +
VW SUPER BEETLE '74 m CD stereo, flow-
Antique, purple. Less than master, ex. system. Call
20K mi. Tinted windows, Patrick: (904)742-2763
new stereo, runs great, Ford F-.150 '95
$5K OBO Ph. 285-5566 Eddie Beauer, 4x4,
cam manifold chip
| cs, , SU I ^ heads. Hard top on
TrucksVans, SUVs 00-05 bed, $6500 OBO. Call Bill
A AI I I 315-5765


1$0 DOWN
Chris 662-0726

Champagne w/Beige
Leather, Loaded, Mint.
S$15,975. Call 777-9119

S Chevy Blazer
'99-V6, 4dr, Ithr, 90k
Yl mi, silver, $5k OBO.
Must Sell
Chevy Silverado '94-
Step side, Good
work truck, daily
driver, recent
tune-up, 200k mi, $2900.

Chevy Silverado '06
Crewcab, 4x4, 16k
S miles, 9 in lifts,
fully loaded, $27,999
Call Adam, 568-8090

, Chevy Silverado '94
Ext cab, 221k ml,
< PW, PDL, cruise,
cold AC, New fuel
pump, front suspension
components. $3200 OBO.
729-4625, leave msg.
Chevy Suburban
LTX '06-Black
. leather, DVD, nav,
sunroof, must sell,
40k OBO, any questions
cal l (904)234-2337

KEE LTD '98 Good cond
loaded, $5700 904-268-5268

4, Jeep Liberty Sport
'04-Full pwr,
leather, off road,
lights, 6 disc
changer, luggage rack,
291-0873, $14,000 OBO.

S4 Jeep Wrangler
'93-4x4, 180k mi, CD
S player, AC, has zip-
per & glass win-
dows, extra attach-
ments, $3000 OBO.

LE '05. Fully
equipped. $27,980

SNissan Titan '04
Crewcob, Loaded,
Leather, heated
seats, DVD, GPS,
rear sonar, Beautiful
truck. 20" wheels.
$23,900. (505)228-7749

Block/ton int. 85K miles,
$33,500. obo. 912-882-0659

1:1.1 '*:*'lT. r. .e Ii iK r .'.
1.:,9', '9| 998.0012

L 3700 OBO
(904) 962-2029

TOYOTA RAV4 s .00 D,

S Tovola Tundra
"'00 E * : : :,.-.d." i:,.'.
nance rewards.
$12,500 OBO. Call

Chevy Full-Size
Conversion Van '02
Leather, Dual AC,
dual CD, TV, VCR.
Great Family Vehicle!
20k. (407)949-8192

2 to choose from.
Fully equipped. $17,980
1500. White AT, V8, AT, AC,
Only $5975. 674-4444

fully equip. $16,495
a Dodge Ram Van '99
S1500, Clean, 5.9L,
81k mi, quad seats,
custom fold-down
bed, runs great, 372-0543.
$6500 OBO.

new brakes, tires,
exhaust, battery, CD plyr,
new paint. $2900. 860-7158
SFord Windstar '98
109k mi, runs great.
S $2700 (904)268-1988

Van loaded,
including power
slide doors.
One owner
Motivated Seller
Coil tfor details

L 318-5478
White, leather, Quad

Mercury Villager
'99 (Estate), mini
van, V6, auto, seats
7; Ithr, 6 CD
changer, rear AC +
audio controls, new
tires. $4500. 783-6235

Mitsubishi Eclipse
Spyder GT '01-
S Maroon, fair condii-
Ston, 83kmi, auto,
$7500 firm. (904)476-3639
4 Nissan Sentra '05 4
cyl, Sedan, 4dr,
1.8s, tinted win-
dows, CD, theft
recovery, moving must
sell call 491-7996. $12,500
Loaded, low miles. $8995.
Call (904) 571-8134
AT, dual AC, loaded
7 pass. $9975. 777-9119

runs good, $800.
ORKER -'93, exc cond,

S.r CC, r u .s r0-o
priv owner 10yrs, $1800

SSaturn SC 2 .95 .-.r
, ,no,:,.'. ; -L -,:
S .orr.. -g ;'"
,:,DO . . -, 2,5" >0

Ford F-150 '00-XLT,
silver/grey, 145k mi,
cold air, premium,
sound w/pioneer
tuner, new tires. Blue
boko $6500, $6200.
FORD F150 XCAB '02
Red Sport, V8, AC,
Loaded, moonroof, 75Kmi
very nice. $14,975. 777-9119
Turbo Diesel, only
36k mi., $24,880 998-0012
4, Ford F350
'06-Crewcab, DRW,
L* 14k miles, tow Pkg,
$30,000. Beautiful truck,
(904)270-5126, Ext. 3092
Ford F350 '05 FX4
Lariat, blk, CC, diesel,
loaded, very nice, warr,
17Kmi. $35K 904-783-4588
Stepside Quad Cab
V6, AT, AC, loaded,
TV/DVD, Nov., X clean.
$10,975. Call 674-4444
TRAC 'S05. Only
20,000 miles, fully
equipped. $17,980
'05. Fully equipped
Isuzu Rodeo '01 4x4,
. LS, tow pkg, key-
tj less entry, 143k,
runs very good,
Must Sell, $4300 OB
V6, Auto, AC, Loaded,
78K mi. $7975. 777-9119







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