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Zero Tolerance
Inside The Navy Drug Screening Lab
Pages 4-5


Helping Out
VP-62 Builds Home In Clay County
Pages 8-9


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2008


www.jaxairnews.com


Tax


center now


open for business

B Kaylee LaRocque


Trhe NAS Jacksonville Tax Cen-
ter in Building 13 at the main
gate officially opened for busi-
ness Jan. 22 with a short ribbon cut-
ting ceremony. The tax center is run
by military and civilian volunteers
who provide free basic tax prepara-
tion services through the Voluntary
Income Tax Assistance program
(VITA).
"We look forward to providing as
much service to the military and
retiree community as we can during
tax season. We want to save them
as much money as possible so they
can use that money in our economy,
use for personal gains or their New
Year's resolutions," said YNC(SW/
AW) Chris Crawford of the NAS Jax
Waterfront Brig who volunteered to
help out at the tax center. "We have
a well-trained staff who will take the
time out to make sure tax paperwork
is prepared accurately. Qur staff is
extremely flexible. We take appoint-
ments, but will also see walk-ins as
well."
The tax center has a full-time
receptionist to greet customers and
set up appointments and 21 full-time
and part-time volunteers who have
been specially trained by the Internal
Revenue Service to handle most tax.
situations. There is also a special area
set up to children to watch movies
while their parents are having their
taxes prepared.
"When we first moved into these
spaces, there was nothing here. We
had to procure all the furniture,
computers, copy machine, basically
everything in here. It's been chal-
lenging, but we are up and running,"
said AOC(AW/SW) Keith Purcell of
the NAS Jax Weapons Department,
who also volunteered to help out at
the center. "We had no idea what it
entailed to get this center up and
running. We really appreciate all the
commands who helped us out."


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
(From left) Bob Johnson, civilian site coordinator, YNC(SW/AW) Chris Crawford
of the NAS jax Waterfront Brig and AOC(AW/SW) Keith Purcell of the NAS Jax
Weapons Department cut the ribbon to officially open the NAS Jax Tax Center as
other volunteers look on Jan. 22. The tax center is located in Building 13 at the
main gate.


The tax center is open Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 a.m.
to 4 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
It is the only free tax preparation
service on base. Private tax preparers
charge $50-$100 or more per return
and often pressure Sailors to pay high
rates to get their refunds more quick-
ly. Volunteers will e-file almost all
returns, ensuring fast refunds.
Those eligible for the free tax prepa-
ration include:
All active duty service members
and their dependents
All retirees and their dependents
Reservists on active duty for more
than 30 days
Reservists within 30 days of
demobilization


See TAX CENTER, Page 15


NCCS Terri Green, a volunteer at
the NAS Jax Tax Center, asks Lt. Tom
Pickering of VP-30 and his wife, Amber
some questions before working on their
taxes. "We use the tax center here
because it's free and they do a great
job. We've been using it for about four
years now and they've always done well.
We have never had any issues come up
about our taxes," said Pickering.


Program helps Sailors learn


-dangers of drunk driving
A of .,pnra esEitorBaylee LaRocque


Photo by QM2 Nicole Beatty
Safe-a-Life Instructer Brian Beldyga explains to QM3 Danny Herrea how his blood
alcohol level affected his ability to drive after Herrea crashed into a police vehicle
while in the simulator.


The "Save a Life Tour" made a
stop at NAS Jacksonville Jan.
25-26. The program travels
across the nation to educate young
adults about the dangers of drunk
driving.,Sailors were able to partici-
pate in a non-traditional opportu-
nity to experience a state-of-the-art,
interactive driving experience that
simulates driving under the influ-
ence of alcohol:
"We are here, today to show people
from a sober perspective how alco-
hol can affect certain things. There
is a big problem with alcohol abuse
nationwide and Navy-wide. By actu-
ally applying these skills in a simu-
lated situation, we demonstrate what


See SAVE A LIFE, Page 15


CMDCM(SW) Chris Green

Green says

farewell to NAS Jax

after rewarding tour
By Kaylee LaRocque
Edito

A fter three years as the NAS Jax command
master chief, CMDCM(SW) Chris Green is say-
ing his goodbyes this week as he prepares for a
one-year individual augmentee tour in Afghanistan. ,
"This is really a hard place to let go of. It's been a
wonderful tour and one of the best jobs in the Navy.
The people here are outstanding, the mission gives
everyone a sense of pride and fulfillment and the base
is really starting to expand. It's a really exciting time
in the base's history. I'm going to miss the chiefs mess
and the professionalism of everyone here," said Green,
sadly.
"But it's time for me to go and I'm excited about my
upcoming IA tour. I volunteered for it and look for-'
ward to heading to Afghanistan and working with the
all the other services."
As the senior enlisted Navy member there, Green
will be responsible for the well-being of about 1,000
Sailors and will ensure Navy policies are enforced in
a non-Navy environment. "I'm looking forward to the
challenge," Green said. "After this tour, I'm not sure
what will happen, I'll just have to wait and see."
Green came to NAS Jacksonville in February 2005
after a tour as command master chief on board USS
Philippine Sea (CG 58) at NS Mayport. "I wanted to
stay on sea duty but there weren't any jobs available
so the detailer told me he was going to put me in for
NAS Jax job. I didn't even know it was available or
that I was qualified for it. After an interview with
the former commanding officer, Capt. Chip Dobson, I
received a call and told I was selected for the job. It
was pretty overwhelming especially when I. saw how
big this base is," explained Green.
During his tour here, Green says some of his biggest
challenges were to figure out how to interact with all
the tenant commands here. "I needed to determine
where my swim lane was so to speak. I had to learn
what I was responsible for and not responsible for and
what I could influence. By working directly with the
skipper and executive officer in formulating policies, it
can be challenging because if you don't socialize those
policies correctly and put them in' front of the tenant
commands in the right light, it can have a lot of reper-
cussions. I had to understand where the boundaries
were and balance that between the tenant commands
and our NAS Jax team," he stated.
"You have to figure out how to keep everyone mov-
ing forward, even with the unpopular decisions.
Fortunately, it has gone extremely well because we
have such a great team, both within the command and
all the tenants here and everyone has the base's best
interests at heart," continued Green.
"The military/civilian team here works great togeth-
er. It truly is one team, one fight. All you have to do
is sit at a department head meeting to see that. The
corporate knowledge of the civilian employees here is
incredible," he added.
"Military members come and go on our normal
'rotations, but the civilians have been working in
and running their respective areas for a long time.
They do a phenomenal job and have nothing but
success for the command at the forefront of their
thoughts. Everyone works together for the betterment

See GREEN, Page 15


TOUCHING African-American Heritage Luncheon slated Spoken Words artist Katrina Brockman. Come enjoy food, enter-
tainment and learn about African-American Heritage.
A S E The annual African-American Heritage Luncheon is Feb. Tickets are on sale for $12. For additional information, con-
21from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. tact your command's Multicultural Awareness Committee
B A S E The guest speaker will be Judge Angela Cox along with Representative or HM1 Postell at 542-2486, Ext. 157.


Wi
Johns







:2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 31, 2008


Looking back in time...


will


agaia

..B Sarah Smiley
'Soecial Contributor


ON THE HOMEFRONT


the Smileys ever move


. Apparently


had never been before. A few weeks
after that, Dustin came home and
said, "I got my orders. We're mov-
in'g to Pensacola." My next natu-
ral question, after the obvious one
("Why, why, why do they even ask for
our opinion?"), was, "So when do we
move?" This, by the way, reminds me
of another game Owen likes to play
called "'Guess How Many?"
Owen: Mom, guess how many
straws I'm holding behind my back.
Me: Four.
Owen: [Quickly dropping a straw to
the ground] Nope, three. [Dropping
another straw] Now guess how many,
Mom.
Me: One.
Owen: [Picking up straws from the
floor] Nope, five.
I admit that I was at first bitter
about moving to Pensacola. I felt
like we were going in reverse while
our friends -- friends with orders to
Nebraska, California and Germany
-- were moving on to new experiences.
Dustin reminded me that the Navy
isn't in the business of giving me,
Sarah, traveling opportunities. Uncle
Sam isn't my life coach or real estate
agent. Something about "needs of the
Navy" was mentioned. Whatever.
But then something unexpected
happened. Well, two things, actual-
ly. First, I began to love Pensacola
and didn't want to leave. Second, we
did not in fact leave when our initial
orders were up a couple of years later.
Dustin received back-to-back orders
to the same duty station, changing
only the squadron to which he was
assigned. We have been in Pensacola
for going on five years now.
In the past, I was afraid to men-
tion this fact because I didn't want
to draw needless attention to it ("The


, yes
Smileys are still in Pensacola? They
haven't moved? Well that's not very
Navy! Let's send them to Alaska for
six months and then to Guam. That
will teach them to stay in one place
longer than two years!")
But the cat is out of the bag now
because just the other day, Dustin
came home and said, "Would you be
willing to move absolutely anywhere
next year?" Actually, he came home
first, watched football, surfed the net,
ate a sandwich and then asked me
that question while he was brushing
his teeth and I was getting into bed. It
had the effect of a bird pooping on my
head. "Why are you asking me this
right now?" I begged. "Why not five
hours ago when you got home from
work? Now I'll never sleep!"
Yes, it's true, the Smileys will final-
ly leave Pensacola, and I am filled
with unanticipated sadness about say-
ing goodbye to the city that I initially
didn't want to select (and I use the
word "select" loosely).
It is a dangerous thing when a mili-
tary family becomes settled in any
given place, when they finally have
somewhere to call "home." The deeper
the roots go, the harder it becomes to
transplant the tree.
But to where and when, you might
be wondering. We will leave next
spring, give or take a few straws.
"Where" is anyone guess, as I will
explain in next week's column when
I cover, "How your husband's detailer
really makes.his/her decision." Stay
tuned.

Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.
com.


1


' ive years ago, Dustin came
home from work and said,
Fl "What do you think about mov-
ilng to Pensacola, Fla., again?" We
'had lived in Pensacola once before,
when we were first married and
Dustin was finishing flight school.
"But we've already been to
Pensacola," I said. "I'd rather go some-
where new."
Of course, when Uncle Sam decides
where military families should move,
ideas that begin with "I'd rather" or
"I want" rarely enter into the conver-
sation. Wait, I take that back; they
never enter into the conversation,
unless, of course, it is to make the
service member's spouse feel like he/
she has some control over the situa-
tion. Expressing opinions, in this way,
bears a striking resemblance to play-
ing "What's My Favorite?" with my
5-year-old son, Owen.
Owen: Mom, guess which is my
favorite type of ice cream, chocolate
or vanilla?
Me: I already know that it is chdco-
late.
Owen: Not today. Today it is straw-
berry.
No matter how many times you play
"where would you like to move" with
your husband and your husband's
detailer (via your husband), Uncle
Sam's response is usually an unex-
pected, previously unmentioned choice
with either really cold winters or bugs
the size of small dinosaurs.
"Yes, we should definitely try some-
thing new while the kids are still
young," I told Dustin five years ago
and promptly began daydreaming
about someplace any place that I


BM3 MATTHEW MILLER

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Boat House

Hometown: Midland,
Texas


| Favorite duty station/
Why? Bremerton, Wash.

Last book read: The Bible

Favorite pastime: Football

Most interesting experience: When our
team won a state championship.

Who are your heroes? My mother.


Hey MoneyMan!
I am a chief petty officer
on active duty at NAS Jax
and I just heard that the
Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS) is hand-
ing out payday loans!
What's up with that? I
thought payday loans had
been banned for military
personnel because they
were ripping off our Sailors.
Why would NMCRS get
involved with something
like this?
MoneyMan Sez:
NMCRS is not offering
payday loans! What they
are. offering is called a
Quick Assist Loan or QAL
which is totally different.
First of all the interest
rate, just like every other
NMCRS loan, is zero!
Secondly, it is intended
for emergency use for
items such as basic living
expenses, car repair, medi-
cal or family emergencies.
Finally, it recognizes that
many of our Sailors and
Marines sometimes need
a little extra cash to carry
Navy Tri-base job


them until the next payday.
The QAL is limited to
$300 with a maximum
repay of 10 months. Only
active duty members are
eligible and they are lim-
ited to two loans per year.
There are a few other
restrictions as wdll. During
the test phase at the end
of last year, NMCRS made
more than 3,800 loans val-
ued at $1.8 million. Over
70 percent of those assisted
had never been to NMCRS
before.
Another benefit is that
the OAL is quick! The aver-
age time it takes to process
one of these loans is less
than 15 minutes.
Encourage your troops
who have a need foria small
short-term loan to check
out this new program. It
offers all the advantages of
a payday loan with none of
the disadvantages and no
strings attached!
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.
fair is coming up


From the FFSC
A Navy Tri-base Job Fair will be held March 12 from
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Morocco Shrine Center,
3800 St. Johns Bluff Road South, Jacksonville. The
event will be sponsored by the NAS Jax, NS Mayport and
NSB Kings Bay, Ga. Fleet and Family Support Centers.
It is open to all separating, retiring or retired military
members and their families, separated service members
up to 90 days after separation date and members invol-
untarily separated with transition assistance cards.
Those attending should take copies of resumes and be
dressed for success. For more information, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.

'Topcats' to disestablish in March
The VS-31 "Topcats" are flying into the sunset after
66 years of faithful service.
Ceremonies will begin March 27 at Hangar 116,
NAS Jacksonville
For information, go to: http://www.vs31.navy.mil.


SUNDAY SE RVICIES

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

Sunday 8:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist
Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is
at 9:45-10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is
10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.







NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer................... Capt. Jack Scorby Jr.
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer........................Capt. Steve Holmes
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....................................MC2(AW/NAC) Kaitlyn Patterson
Staff W riter............................................................. QM2 Nicole Beatty
Design/Layout................................................................George Atchley
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HEY MONEYMANI


. ,File photo
"Aerial gunners and fighter pilots hone their skills while skeet shooting at NAS Jacksonville Sept. 10, 1942. Cadets prac-
ticed on the range before being put in an aircraft with a machine gun. The cadet firing scored a perfect hit as seen by the
"'black puff of smoke.


THOMAs GAMBLE

Job title/command:
Firefighter/NAS Jax Fire
Department


Hometown: Miami

Favorite duty station/
Why? NAS Jax

Last book read: None

Favorite pastime: Football

Most Interesting Experience: Getting
hired at NAS Jax.


Who are your heroes? My dad.


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CSCWL announces 2007


Sea Sailor of the Year
By YNCS(AW/SW) J. D.
CSCWL Public Affairs Officer 3


Commander, Sea
Control Wing, U.S.
Atlantic Fleet is
proud to recognize its 2007
Sea Sailor of the Year,
AE1(AW) James Johns.
Johns was selected from a
highly competitive group
of peers and has distin-
guished himself as a leader
and a true Navy profes-
sional.
Johns was born in
Gainesville, Fla. After
graduating from Columbia
High School in 1992, he
enlisted into the Navy in
March 1993 and reported
to Orlando, Fla. for recruit
training. Upon comple-
tion of recruit training he
stayed in Orlando to attend
apprenticeship training
before reporting to his first
duty station.
In July 1993, he
reported to Navy Flight
Demonstration Squadron,
the "Blue Angels." Initially
assigned to the administra-
tive division, he was later
designated an aviation elect
trician's-mate. After fulfill-
ing his initial enlistment,
he elected to separate from
the service only to return
four months later.


Photo courtesy of CSCWL
From left, Commander, Sea Control Wing U.S. Atlantic
Fleet Capt. Evan Piritz, AE1 (AW) James Johns and VS-32
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Doug Walker gather together
after Johns was selected CSCWL 2007 Sea Sailor of the Year.


In March 1996, he report-
ed to the "Topcats" of VS-31
and made two deployments,
one on board USS George
Washington in support of
Operation Southern Watch
and the second on board
USS John C. Stennis to the
Persian Gulf.
In 1999, he reported to
NAS Oceana, Va. Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance
Department and was select-
ed for advancement to sec-
ond class petty officer.
In April 2003, he reported
to the "Maulers" of VS-32
making two deployments
on board USS Enterprise in
support of Operations Iraqi
. and Enduring Freedom.
In 2004, he qualified as an
enlisted aviation warfare


specialist and was advanced
to first class petty officer.
Redeploying in 2007, he
was recently hand-selected
to assume the duties as the
maintenance control flight
deck coordinator.
Johns is a valuable asset
to the sea control commu-
nity. He is a recognized
expert in the Viking com-
munity. His exceptional
leadership, mentoring and
counseling clearly distin-
guished him as a leader
among his peers.
Johns will represent
Commander, Sea Control
Wing, U. S. Atlantic Fleet
at the Commander, Naval
Air Forces, U.S. Atlantic
Fleet "Sea" Sailor of the
Year board.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 31, 2008 3


Assuming command


Photo by Lt. Rebecca Rebarich
Cmdr. Curtis Stubbs (right) assumes command of Fleet Area Control and Surveillance
Facility Jacksonville from Capt. Robert Buehn after his retirement Jan. 4.


Annual vow renewal event coming upi


From Staff -

The 10th annual \St. Valentine
Marriage Vow Renewal, sponsored
by the NAS Jacksonville Religious
Ministries Program, is planned for Feb.
16 at 6 p.m. The vow renewal will be held
at the All Saint's Chapel followed by din-
ner and dancing at the at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club.


All hands are invited to attend. The cost
is $3 per person E4 and below, $7 per per2
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.
For tickets and more information, con-
tact the chapel at 542-3051/52.


NEX's A-OK Student Reward Program makes paying for college easier


From the Navy Exchange Service
Command
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can be a daunting task. Let
your Navy Exchange make
it easier for you through its A-OK
Student Reward Program. Four
times per school year, four students
will win a drawing for a $5,000,
$3,000 $2,000 or $1,000 U.S. Savings
Bond, denominations at maturity.
The next drawing will be held at the


end of February 2008.
Any eligible full-time student that
has a B-grade point average equiva-
lent or better, as determined by their
school system, may enter the drawing.
Eligible students include dependent
children of active duty military mem-
bers, reservists and military retirees
enrolled in first through 12th grade.
Dependent children without an indi-
vidual dependent identification card
must be accompanied by their spon-
sor to submit their entry. Each stu-


dent may enter only once each grad-
ing period and must re-enter with
each qualifying report card.
To enter the drawings, stop by
your Navy Exchange with your cur-
rent report card and have a Navy
Exchange associate verify your mini-
mum grade average. Then fill out
your entry card and obtain your A-
OK ID, which entitles you to discount
coupons for Navy Exchange products
and services.


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Navy Drug Screening Lab Jacksonville's record room holds all positive records for the past
three years.


Navy Drug Screening Lab Jacksonville Lt. Cmdr. Darryl Arfsten explains how the Amino Analyzer detects drugs in the urine
samples.


Thousands of samples, in batches of 100, wait to be entered
into the Amino Analyzer to be screened for drugs.


From Navy Drug Screen Lab Jacksonville


N AS Jacksonville is the hoine of one of three Navy
Drug Screening Laboratories (NDSL). The oth-
ers are located in Great Lakes, Ill. and San
Diego. These labs support the Navy's "Zero Tolerance"
endeavor by providing legally defensible and scientifical-
ly accurate testing of service member urine specimens for
the presence of controlled substances and illegal drugs.
Each specimen is collected and processed using stan-
dardized procedures ensuring uniform testing principles
regardless of which laboratory performs the analysis.
Standardization of testing procedures also allows the effi-
cient processing of specimens an important consequence
of the Navy's Drug Testing Program when considering
that the NAS Jax drug-screening lab processes approxi-
mately one million urine specimens annually.
Despite the large numbers and necessity for reasonably
quick turn-around time for reporting results back to com-
mands, laboratory officials are uncompromising regarding
the forensic integrity of the testing process.
When the laboratory reports a specimen has tested posi-
tive, the lab is confident the results will withstand both
legal and scientific challenge.
This confidence stems from the constant examination
and review of the testing process. For example, each
laboratory's processes and performance are inspected
and reviewed three times a year by civilian and military
experts in the fields of toxicology and forensic drug test-
ing.
Additionally, each laboratory must undergo a rigor-


ous annual certification process conducted by the Armed
Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP). The AFIP, a world-
renowned scientific institute and home of the Armed
Forces Medical Examiner, provides quality assurance and
quality control support to all DoD certified drug-testing
laboratories.
This support is evidenced in many unique ways. First,
the AFIP monitors the testing performance of each of the
laboratories by sending monthly "urine challenge sets."
These control specimens are meant to test the labs abil-
ity to properly identify a drug or drug metabolite in addi-
tion to accurately measuring the compounds concentra-


tion.
The AFIP also, sends the labs test specimens disguised
as service member samples (blind) complete with appro-
priate packaging and chain of custody documentation. The
laboratories report the test results of these fake member
specimens and AFIP monitors the results. Since the
inception of this program in the 1990s, the laboratories
have never reported an AFIP negative specimen as "posi-
tive."
The testing process at the laboratories begins when
service member urine specimens arrive at the labora-
tory. The specimens are collected via direct observation
by trained urinalysis observers in the commands and are
delivered to the laboratory by all practical means.
"We accept samples from the U.S. Postal Service,
FEDEX, UPS, DHL and all other mail courier services,"
said Lt. Cmdr. Darryl Arfsten, executive officer of NDSL
Jacksonville, "We will even accept walk-in deliveries as
long as the specimen is properly packaged and sealed."
Specimens arriving at the lab are inspected for contain-
er damage or evidence of tampering. "The packages are
inspected with particular attention to the condition of the
box seals," Arfsten explained.
"The seals should be intact with the command's
Urinalysis Program Coordinator's (UPC) signature print-
ed across the taped box seams," he stated. "If the seals
have been broken or the UPC signature is missing, the
lab reports those discrepancies back to the originating

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 31, 2008 5


DRUG LAB: 'One of


the best in the world"

From Page 4


command and depending on the severity of the discrepancy, decides whether or not to test the
sample. The lab makes every effort to test all specimen arriving at the lab even those with dis-
crepancies."
After the package has passed this inspection, the lab technicians unpack the urine specimens
and carefully check that all bottles in the box correspond to the sample entries written on the
accompanying chain of custody form (DD 2624). The bottles are then removed and inspected
with the technicians noting any specimen container issues, such as broken bottle tamper evi-
dence seals, missing, incorrect or incomplete social security numbers on the bottle labels or DD
2624s, leakage of urine, etc. "Basically this means any error or irregularity that deviates from
what is expected," noted Arfsten.
Important to this process is the careful recording on chain of custody paperwork, by the
laboratory technicians, of all inconsistencies observed. "Everyone who touches the specimen and
everything that is done to the urine is recorded on chain of custody forms, all the way from the
means of shipment and date the specimen arrived at the lab, tests performed, disposition of the
specimen after testing, etc," stated Arfsten.
After the specimens are unpacked and inspected, the lab technicians assign a laboratory
accessioning number (LAN) to the member's urine specimen. The LAN is a unique identifier,
in bar code form, that corresponds to the members' social security number, local batch number
assigned by the UPC and the date the urine was collected at the command. Identical LAN
labels are affixed to a test tube and the chain of custody form. The technician then pours a
small portion of the member's urine into the test tube.
"The technician opens and pours only one service member's specimen at a time," said Dr. Jim
Evans, technical director of NDSL Jacksonville.
After pouring the urine specimen, the technician caps the member's specimen bottle before
pouring the next urine specimen into its corresponding test tube.
Urine specimens are then screened, on a high-speed clinical analyzer, for evidence of spe-
cific types of drugs. All service member specimens are screened for the presence of marijuana,
amphetamines and methamphetamines, cocaine and heroin. A portion of all specimens submit-
ted for testing are also screened for the presence of PCP, codeine and morphine, oxycodone and
oxymorphone.
For a specimen to screen positive, the drug amount has to be present at a concentration that
is equal to or higher than the cut-off value established by the Department of Defense (DoD).
-Urine controls, prepared by the laboratory with known concentrations of drug, are tested before
-and after the member samples and must give the expected results to accept the screening run.
-Specimens that do not contain evidence of drug at concentrations at or above the DoD cut-off are
discarded and a negative result reported back to the command. "About 99 percent of all speci-
mens submitted to NDSL Jacksonville screen negative in the initial screen and are reported as
such back to the command," continued Evans.
If a specimen screens positive in the initial test, technicians go back to the service member's
'bottle and pour another portion of the specimen into a new test tube labeled with the same
'LAN. The specimen is then tested again, using the same technology as the initial test, with the
exception that test tubes containing water are placed between specimens to detect possible drug
"carry over contamination." "Carry over is theoretically possible when a specimen containing
a high concentration of illicit drug or metabolite becomes coated with some residual drug and
passes some of the drug from the high concentration sample to the next in line on the screen
analyzer," said Arfsten. "This is very rare and is easily detected if the drug is present in the
tubes of water. In those cases, we will retest the member's specimen that follows the contami-
nated water blank by going back to the member's specimen bottle, re-pouring a new portion of
urine and incorporate the new tube into a test not containing the specimen with the high drug
concentration."
At the completion of the screen and rescreen, the analytical results undergo extensive review
by drug testing experts. If the specimen is negative in the rescreen as with the initial screen,
the specimen is reported as a negative back to the originating command. If the specimen is posi-
tive, technicians go. back to the service member's bottle and pour another portion of the original
specimen into a new test tube labeled with the same LAN.
The specimen is then analyzed for the specific drug in a third confirmatory test by chemical
extraction and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC/MS). "GC/MS is the gold standard
in forensic urine drug testing," explained Evans. "GC/MS identifies a drug by its chemical and
molecular properties that are unique to that drug. The concentration of drug is also determined
in the confirmatory process."
Interestingly, detecting the mere presence of the drug in urine by GC/MS does not satisfy the
DoD criteria for calling a drug specimen positive. "The amount of drug in urine has to equal or
exceed the DoD cut-off concentration for the specimen to be considered positive," added Arfsten.
"Even then, the specimen must have tested positive in all three tests (screen, rescreen and con-
firmatory) and passed scrutiny in numerous reviews by drug testing experts prior to being certi-
fied as a positive result and reported to the originating command." This certification, which is
made by a senior chemist, is the final seal of approval necessary prior to reporting the specimen
as a positive. If the final certifying official has any doubt as to the accuracy, scientific validity or
legaldefensibility of the test results, the specimen is reported as negative in favor of the service
member.
Despite ongoing outreach by Jhe drug labs to inform service members about the drug test-
ing jpocess in the DoD, it appears that not everyone is getting the correct information. "There
are many drug testing myths that persist," stated Lt. Cmdr. Tom Bosy, commanding officer of
NDSL Jacksonville. "Two such myths are that the service member specimens are only screened
for a single drug or that member samples are pooled with the analysis conducted on this pooled
urine."
Another misconception is that over-the-counter' (OTC) cold medicines can cause someone to
test positive for amphetamines or other drugs screened for by DoD. "In some cases taking large
amounts of OTC cold medicine may cause a specimen to be presumptively positive in initial
screen tests because the screening tests, while very sensitive, are somewhat less selective with
chemicals found in cold medications as they have chemical structures similar to amphetamines
or methamphetamine," explained Evans. "However, these specimens are negative in follow-on
confirmation analysis by GC/MS because GC/MS is able to discern the structural difference
between the OTC chemicals and illicit drugs tested for by the DoD."
Another common misconception is that someone will test positive for marijuana, simply by
being next to someone who is smoking marijuana. "Passive inhalation of marijuana smoke
which results in a positive urinalysis is highly unlikely, but possible," confirmed Arfsten.
"Experiments with humans have shown that under extreme exposure conditions produced in a
laboratory setting, it is possible to have a level in urine that exceeds the DoD cut-off concentra-
tion. However, marijuana smoke concentrations necessary to produce these results were very
difficult to achieve."
One myth that has some truth to it is that the ingestion of poppy seeds can lead to a person
testing positive for morphine. "Is it possible? Yes," admits Arfsten. "But it's highly unlikely
because you'd have to ingest a very large amount of poppy seeds to cause a positive result."
But, as noted by Bosy, it is not up to the drug testing lab to determine if a positive drug test
result is due to intentional illicit drug use or environmental or unknowing exposure. "When the
lab reports a positive result to a command, the lab is confident that the results are scientifically
accurate and legally defensible. Having said that, it is ultimately up to the commanding officer
to determine how.the member came in contact with the drug and how the drugs got into their
urine specimen," he said. "The experts at the lab can assist as consultants when presented with
scenarios whether feasible or not that the service member was exposed unintentionally to cer-


tain drugs."
There are times when drugs in a service member's urine specimen are due to ingesting pre-
scription medications for treatment of a medical condition. A review of the member's current pre-
scriptions by laboratory experts can assist the command in making a determination of whether
the member's use of the drug could be excused.
The downward trend in the number of positive drug test results reported by the NDSLs per
year seems to suggest that the Navy's Drug Testing Program is having its intended effect of
deterring illicit drug use. The positive drug rate has decreased from 7-10 percent in the early
1980's to less than 1 percent today. Whether the decrease is a result of less drug use by service
members or better tactics used by drug abusers to reduce their chances of testing positive, is not
known.
Navy biochemists at NDSL Jacksonville have total confidence in the ability of the drug labo-
ratories to produce accurate testing results. "People forget that Navy biochemists are Medical
Service Corps officers and have to submit to random drug testing just like everyone else in the
Navy. The biochemists here are required to send their urinalysis samples to NDSL San Diego.
We have full confidence that our specimens will be tested with the utmost care, forensic integrity
and scientific accuracy," said Lt. Arman Ghodousi, director of operations of NDSL Jacksonville.
"We work with the process every day, and believe me, the system is one of the best in the world."


Roslyn Quiles enters all the names and social security numbers of every sample that enters the
lab into the computer. "No one ever realizes it, but half of the screening process is entering
all the information into the computer," said Navy Drug Screening Lab Jacksonville Executive
Officer Lt. Cmdr. Darryl Arfsten.


Stedra Stillman squirts methanol into the positive urine sampes to separate the drugs from the
urine.


Lynne Freeman checks the labels and puts them in numerical order.


Sonny Cole uses the GC/MS to determine which drugs and how much of those drugs are in
the positive urine samples.


Phil Murray examines and stamps the DD 2624, the paperwork that accompanies the urine
samples at the Navy Drug Screen Lab Jacksonville.






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NMSC selects





instructor as


2007
By MC1 (SW) Nick De La Cruz
Navy Medicine Support Command Public Affairs


SOY


avy Medicine Support Command (NMSC) select-
ed a Naval Hospital Corps School instructor at
Great Lakes as the NMSC Regional Sailor of the
:Year (SOY) for 2007.
HM1(SW) Ashley Lee Thomason was selected to repre-
sent the more than 4,000 personnel assigned to 27 activi-
ties in nine countries, 12 states and Washington, DC.
NMSC is one of four echelon-3 regional commands in
Navy medicine, each commanded by a flag officer. NMSC
manages all of Navy medicine's environmental, population
and public health; research and development; information
technology; supply, logis-
,tics, purchasing and con-
-tracting; and manpower,
personnel, training and
education.
"I felt very fortunate
to be selected, because it
was such a squared away
group of Sailors that I
was competing with," said
Thomason. "I knew that
my selection was a cul-
mination of my efforts as Commander, Navy Medicine
well as all those people Support Command Rear Adm.
who have mentored me Richard Vinci congratulates
all those subordi- HM1(SW) Ashley Thomason
peand aon his selection as the NMSC
hnates who have worked so Region Sailor of the Year (SOY.
hard forme." Thomason was also Navy
Thomason said his Medicine Manpower, Personnel,
'near-future plans are to Training and Education
'continue to prepare for Command and Great Lakes
"chief petty officer as well Naval Hospital Corpsman
:is the next level of com- School SOY before vying for
"'petition at the Bureau of NMSC Region SOY.
MVIedicine and Surgery. "My goal from day one in the Navy
'has been to make master chief and to retire after 30 years
of naval service," Thomason said
A veteran of only six and a half years, his aspirations


L A


Photos by MCI(SW) Nick De La Cruz.
Rear Adm. Richard Vinci, commander, Navy Medicine Support
Command with four of the five NMSC Region Sailor of the
Year (SOY) candidates. From left, Naval Medical Logistics
Command SOY HM2 Carol Buffington; Navy and Marine
Corps Public Health Center SOY HM1(SW) Angela Bergum;
Vinci; Navy Medicine Manpower Personnel, Training and
Education Command and NMSC Region SOY HM1 (SW)
Ashley Thomason and Naval Medical Research Center
SOY HMI(SW/AW) Igor Krayman. Not pictured is NMSC
Headquarters SOY YN1 Miller Shield, currently deployed to
the Middle East.
were given major support by his first command master
chief. "I was inspired by my first command master chief,
CMDCM Charles Ratliff," Thomason said. "He pushed me
to reach my highest potential from the first day I checked
on board Naval Hospital Cherry Point. He had been on
ships, and he made master chief in only 17 years. I think
those were the two most important things that made me
look up to him."
Before vying for the NMSC Region SOY, Thomason first
earned SOY at Naval Hospital Corps School, an echelon-5
command where he's been stationed for 13 months. He then
competed at the echelon-4 level and was selected to repre-
sent the Navy Medicine Manpower, Personnel, Training
and Education Command.


Before meeting with board members, NMSC Region Sailor
of the Year selectees, from left, HM1 (SW) Angela Bergum,
HM1 (SW/AW) Igor Krayman, HM1 (SW) Ashely Thomason
*and HM2 Carol Buffington took in some local attractions,
including St. Augustine's Alligator Farm.
Thomason traveled to Jacksonville earlier this month to
compete against SOYs from three other NMSC echelon-4
commands Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
in Portsmouth Va.; Naval Medical Research Center in
Silver Spring, Md.; and Naval Medical Logistics Command
at Fort Detrick, Md. as well as the NMSC headquarters
SOY here.
Naval Hospital Corps School is Thomason's third duty
station. His previous tours include Naval Hospital Cherry
Point, N.C., and USS Carney (DDG 64), home-ported at
Naval Station Mayport.
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NMSC SOY: Instructor chosen

From Page 6

As an instructor, Thomason is responsible for training,
molding and mentoring 430 students through the basic
hospital corps school curriculum. "I instruct classes of 65
students quarterly on basic hospital corpsman fundamen-
tals, emergency care and nursing procedures," Thomason
explained.
He also serves as the school's command color guard coor-
dinator. "As Corps .School's command color guard coordi-
nator, I am responsible for training and leading 120 color
guardsmen in performing various military ceremonies
throughout Navy Region Midwest," Thomason added.
Aside from making master chief, Thomason also intends
to pursue higher education and earn his bachelor's degree.


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 31, 2008 11

'Military Saves' Week runs through March 2


Photo courtesy of FISC lax
Fleet and Industrial Supply Center jax Commanding
Officer NAS Jax Commanding Officer Karl Rau (right) pres-
ents Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command Director of
Ordnance and Supply/Fleet Supply Officer Rear Adm. Andy
Brown with a special plaque during his recent visit here.

Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces

Command director of ordnance

and supply/fleet supply officer

visits local naval activities

By John Emmert
FISC PAO


Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFF)
Director of Ordnance and Supply/Fleet Supply
Officer Rear Adm. Andy Brown recently visited
activities along Florida's First Coast. During his trip
to Florida, Brown visited Fleet and Industrial Supply
Center Jacksonville (FISC Jax) where he met with key
headquarters staff and site directors from across the
FISC Jax enterprise. FISC Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Karl Rau gave Brown a command overview high-
lighting FISC Jax's successes in supporting the fleet,
fighter and family across the southeast region.
"FISC Jax is the logistics leader in the southeast region.
We support the fleet in a myriad of ways including avia-
tion and ship industrial support, acquisition support,
contracting services, fuel services and household goods
services. These are just a fraction of the things we do to
support the fleet and warfighter," said Rau.
Throughout the presentation, Rau engaged Brown in
dialogue detailing FISC Jax's ongoing dedication to pro-
vide top quality logistics support to its customers. Rau
assured Brown that FISC Jax's workforce of nearly 1,300
stands ready to meet the fleet's needs now and into the
future.
Brown's two-day visit also included visits to Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast, NAS Jacksonyille,
Commander, Navy Region Southeast, NS Mayport,
COMUSNAVSO, CTF-43, Destroyer Squadron 14 and
Destroyer Squadron 24. Additionally, he toured USS
Farragut (DD-99) and USS McInerney (FFG-8).
Brown also addressed the Jacksonville Area Supply
Corps. Association, at a professional development function
held at the NS Mayport Galley.


Employee

recognized


Photo by John Emmert.
Members of Fleet and Industrial Supply Center
Jacksonville gather together on the Fleet and Industrial
Supply Center Jax Quarterdeck as Bob Morgan is pre-
sented with a 35-year service pin by Cmdr. John Zollo.
(From left) Gary Bright, Cmdr. Kyle Luksovsky, Nancy
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Command Public Affairs

''M ilitary Saves"
Week is being
observed
throughout the fleet now
through March 2.
The campaign is a week
of intense focus on taking
financial action and mak-
ing a commitment to save
money. In 2008, the Navy
will focus specifically on
saving for emergencies,
reducing debt to improve
personal financial readiness
and promoting youth finan-
cial responsibility.
This initiative is part
of the Military Saves
Campaign, a year-round
social marketing campaign
to persuade, motivate and
encourage Department of
Defense employees to save
money and reduce consum-
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The campaign reaches
out to service members,
spouses, youth and civilian
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fitness by providing addi-
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at our Fleet and Family
Support Centers and by
working directly with com-
mand financial specialists
to provide information and
personalized assistance
in addressing unit finan-
cial readiness," said David
DuBois, deputy manager for
Fleet and Family Support
Programs, Commander,
Navy Installation Com-
mand.
"We have increased
the number of accredited
financial counselors in the
Fleet and Family Support
Centers available to provide
one-on-one help in develop-
ing realistic and achievable
financial plans," DuBois
said.
"We're increasing the
involvement of our partner
agencies, on-base finan-
cial institutions, consum-
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nationwide industry leaders
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regarding their current
financial readiness. Sailor
and family members can
also contact their local Fleet
and Family Support Center
for financial counseling,
referrals and a description
of financial classes offered
such as savings and invest-
ing, debt reduction, car buy-
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Nobody starts with the
intention of becoming
deeply in debt. Everyone
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additional ways to more
effectively manage money.
Emergencies can happen
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real focus is preparing for
the unexpected by having.
funds to meet those unex-
pected requirements. By
establishing goals, maxi-
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sonal income and reducing
debt, our Sailors and fami-
lies can enjoy the freedoms
of financial independence.
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Military Saves and to enroll
as a Saver, visit www.mili-
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12 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 31, 2008


IA tour


Photo courtesy of MA 1 Quincy Williams
"'MA1 Quincy Williams of the NAS jax Security Department, who is currently on an indi-
vidual augmentee tour in Iraq, sits in former Iraq President Saddam Hussein's throne
"during a tour of his palace. Williams is serving on independent duty as a military investi-
-:gator and will return home in June.



Special visit


FFSC offers educational and support program


From FFSC


The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive mea-
sure for avoidance of personal and family
problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
to service members and their families as
well as Department of Defense civilian per-
sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
tration.
The following workshops are available in
January:
Today, 12:30-3:30 p.m. Money, Debt and Credit
Management Workshop
Jan. 28-31, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Transition
Assistance Workshop (retiring)
Jan. 28, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Parenting Workshop
Feb. 4-7, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Executive Transition
Seminar


Feb. 4,1:30-3:30 p.m. Parenting Workshop
Feb. 5, 8 a.m. to noon Anger Management
Workshop
Feb. 11-14, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Workshop (separating)
Feb. 11, 9-11 a.m. What About the Kids
Workshop
Feb. 11, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Parenting Workshop
Feb. 12, 9 a.m. to noon Stress Management
Workshop
Feb. 12, 1:30-3 p.m. Sponsor Training
Feb. 19, 9-11 a.m. Budgeting for Vacation
Feb. 19, 1-2:30 p.m. Strategies for Best Deals in
Car Buying
Feb. 19-21, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Basic
Ombudsman Training
Feb. 20, 10-11:30 a.m. Job Search and
Interviewing Techniques
Feb. 20, 12:30-2 p.m. Resumes and Cover
Letters
Feb. 25-28, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Workshop (retiring)
Feb. 25, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Parenting Workshop
For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, ext. 127.


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From the Fleet and Family Support Center
An individual augmentee (IA) sup-
port group is offered to help fam-
ilies after loved ones deploy and
allow them to get together with others
who are in the same situation to discuss
various issues, challenges and learn about
services and programs the Fleet and
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Perform to Serve: Vital to ]
By FORCM(AW) Frederick Pharr
Force Master Chief, Naval Air Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
Our Sailors today need to be aware
of the advancement opportunities
available to them both in and out-
side their current ratings and undesig-
nated Sailors need to know what oppor-
tunities the Navy has to offer them across
all communities. The Navy's Perform to
Serve (PTS) program is designed to moni-
tor the number of Sailors in each rating,
especially first-term Sailors, and serves
as a solution to over-manning and under-
manning within certain ratings, which in
the past has led to the separation of good
Sailors before their time.
It is a management tool designed to help
undermanned rates get the people they
need and to keep the overmanned rates
trimmed down so the Sailors who want to
*"Stay Navy" are able to "Stay Navy."
The first phase of the PTS program
began in 2003 and was initially only con-
cerned with CREO Group 3 Sailors. This
was followed by a program expansion in
February 2004 to include first term Sailors
in CREO Group 2 and a conversion only
option. In February 2006, the program
expanded to all first-term Sailors recom-
mended for retention regardless of their
reenlistment intentions. It provides autho-
rization for in-rate reenlistments or con-
version options for those approved.
There are specific guidelines and steps
which must be adhered to by Navy chains
of command to ensure our first-term
Sailors are able to reap every advantage
of the PTS program. The optimum time to
submit PTS request is 15 months prior to
the Sailor's EAOS/PRD. This timeframe
affords the Sailors the maximum num-
ber of looks (six) within their peer group.
Additionally, any application submitted
with less than 12 months from EAOS or
PRD will be reviewed monthly until six
nonths prior to EAOS/PRD.
Early engagement begins with the first
'Career Development Board (CDB), con-
ducted by the command master chief or
'department leading chief petty officer.
Chains of command are responsible for
ensuring each first-term Sailor is given
this opportunity to evaluate where their
rating community is headed in regards to
manning in the future. If the community
expects to become overmanned in the next
five years the Sailor may wish to convert
to a rating with more available advance-
iment opportunities. This process will assist
the Sailor with the decision for conversion


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 31, 2008 13


Filing VA disability claim


By Byron Hodges
NAS Jax VA Representative


FORCM(AW) Frederick Pharr
choices.
When a Sailor requests a rate conver-
sion, eligibility must be verified. If the
Sailor does not qualify for the conversion
rate, they may retake the ASVAB exam to
to qualify for desired rating.
Sailors also need to be aware that
once selected for a conversion to a rate
through PTS the decision is final. Too often
requests are submitted from commands
for Sailors that have received permission
to convert to a rating and then the Sailor
changes their mind, that's why the CDBs
are critical and must be completed.
The PTS application submission deadline
is the last Friday of each month. Correct
information is imperative to timely approv-
als; there are simply too many Sailor's PTS
packages that are not reviewed because of
missed or incorrect information. The final
retention decision is based first on that
Sailor's performance, and secondly; on the
manning within that Sailor's rating.
Often, commands are under the impres-
sion that the commanding officer has
blanket authority to approve a 12-month
extension for first term Sailors; this is not
the case. Regardless of a Sailor's intent to
separate at EAOS, all first term Sailors
are required submit a PTS application. All
too often Sailors who have made the deci-
sion to separate will change their minds at
the last instance and discover they are now
behind in the PTS process. This can be a
devastating mistake and can result'in the
Navy losing a Sailor who wishes to stay in
the Navy.
Let's help the Sailors who want to stay
in the Navy by providing them with every
opportunity to do so. Conduct the CDBs
and let them know what their options are.
Submit those PTS requests at the first
opportunity and follow up. Keep these
Sailors on a path full of advancement
opportunities for their future careers.


If you are separating or
retiring from active ser-
vice, the .Department of
Veterans Affairs (VA) pro-
vides an opportunity for
you to initiate a VA claim
for disability compensa-
tion while you are still on
active duty. Active service
members can submit a pre-
discharge claim at NAS
Jax, NS Mayport and NSB
Kings Bay, Ga.
Under an agreement
between the VA and the
Department of Defense
(DoD), service members
transitioning from the Army,
Navy, Air Force, Marine
Corps and Coast Guard are
encouraged to initiate a pre-
discharge claim for service-
connected disability com-
pensation between 60 and
180 days of their discharge
or retirement.
When the claim is
received, you will receive a
VA medical exam prior to
your leaving active duty.
Although this exam will
satisfy DoD protocol for a
separation/retirement phys-
ical, you should be aware
that this exam in only given
in conjunction with a valid
disability claim and is not
given solely to satisfy the
DoD requirement for a sep-
aration/retirement exam.
Unless you are submit-
ting a disability claim .for
documented and verifiable
medical conditions, you
should contact the branch
medical clinic or appropri-
ate agency to request a sep-
aration/retirement exam.
. Service members with
less than 60 days can also
submit a claim, but will not
receive the local "in-service"
VA medical exam.
These claims are forward-
ed to the regional office for
processing.


The key to ensuring your
claim is adjudicated in a
timely manner is to submit
your complete application
package during the time
allotted.
Representatives from
three service organizations
are located at NAS Jax to
assist you with the process.
These representatives,
though not a part of the VA,
are accredited by the VA
to act as a power of attor-
ney on your behalf, if you so
choose.
In addition to assist-
ing you in submitting your
package, they can also
assist you in the appeals
process should you decide
to appeal the VA decision.
To initiate a claim, it pays
to be informed.
Therefore the following
Steps are recommended:
1. Attend a TAP/TAMP
briefing at your base at
least one year in advance.
2. Contact a service rep-
resentative when you are


within 180 days of dis-
charge. At NAS Jax, your
service representatives are::
Tabitha Lyles, Disabled
American Veterans, 3i79
1312.
John Michel, Florida
Department of Veterang
Affairs, 542-2144.
Dave Sanders,
AMVETS, email David-
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542-2834.
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exam appointments.
4. Submit a certified copy
of your final DD 214 to VA.
If this process doesn't
work for you, call 573-6312.
For information and
assistance not related 'to
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1-800-827-1000 or see their
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BOWLING CENTER
For more information call 542-3493.

Wednesday
Active duty free bowling
11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Dollar Night
6-10 p.m.

Saturday
Extreme Bowling
9 p.m. midnight
$10 per person, includes shoe rental
Reservations are accepted!

Sunday
Family Day Special
$1 Games
11 a.m. 5 p.m.

THE ZONE COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for more information.

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

Trivia Night
Budweiser Brew House
Every Tuesday
7:30 p.m.

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

Super Bowl Party
Feb. 3 at the CPO Club and Brew House
Pre-game party starts at 4 p.m.
Buffet opens at 6 p.m.
$8 per person includes buffet and door
prizes.

FITNESS & AQUATICS
For more information on aquatics call 542-
2930.

Aqua Aerobics
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
11 a.m. noon

Command Super Bowl Challenge
Flag Football Tournament
Feb. 9-10
$225 per team

Valentines Day 5K
Feb. 14
11:30 a.m. at Perimeter Road.

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

2008 Entertainment Books
Now on sale at I.T.T.

Monster Truck Jam
Feb. 23
7:30 p.m. at-the Jacksonville Stadium
Tickets are only $27 per person, includes


admission and pit pass!

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$79.25
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Lord of the Dance
March 8 at 8 p.m.
$62
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Gator Nationals in Gainesville, Fla.
March 13-15
$31 for general admission on March 13
$39 for reserve admission on March 13
$56 for reserve admission on March 14-15

Liza Minnelli
March 16 at 7 p.m.
$83.75
Times Union Moran

LIBERTY COVE

RECREATION
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.


Comedy Zone Trip
Tonight
Free admission and appetizers!

St. Augustine Greek Festival-
Feb. 2
Free transportation!

Mall & Movie Trip
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater
Feb. 9

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

Tomorrow, 7 p .m. Good Luck Chuck (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. The Comebacks (PG-13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. To Yuma (R)
February 8, 7 p.m. War (R)
February 9, 5 p.m. Cool Runnings (PG)
February 9, 7 p.m. We Own The Night
(R)
Feb. 15, 7 p.m. Slap Shot (R)
Feb. 16, 5 p.m. Mr. Woodcock (PG-13)
Feb. 16, 7 p.m. The Heartbreak Kid (R)
Feb. 22, 7 p.m. 30 Days Of Night (R)
Feb. 23, 5 p.m. The Mummy Returns
(PG-13)
Feb. 23, 7 p.m. The Brave One (R)
Feb. 29, 7 p.m. Mars Attacks (PG-13)

NAS JAX

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

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
Golf Club
New rates! $15 per person, includes cart
and 18-holes green fee
Feb. 5 and 19 for active duty.
Feb. 7 and 21 for retirees and Department
of Defense personnel.

O'CLUB & T-BAR
For information on booking command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,


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

AUTO SKILLS

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Call 542-3227.

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April.
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at 542-2766, ext. 127.


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Photo by QM2 Nicole Beatty
Safe-a-Life Instructor Brian Beldyga takes the wheel from CS3
Jeremy Gordon to stop him from swerving all over the road in
the DUI simulator at The Zone Jan. 25.


the Since people metabolize drinks and drives needs
-eal alcohol at a different rate, to come to this so they can
ga, the simulator has 57 indi- see it from a sober person's
e a vidual sensors in the seat- eyes. And, they can relive
ing area that determine the the pain of families who
res user's height and weight to have lost children because
ing provide accurate effects. of drunk drivers."
lco- The interactive environ- "It's a good program. I
.es, ment gives a 485-degree think it will keep a lot of
you field of vision and is pro- people from driving drunk.
on. grammed to maneuver like They'll definitely think
len a driver under the influ- twice about it now," added
ink ence would, with increas- CS3 Jeremy Gordon.
to ing levels of impairment as As a grim reminder of the
ct," the experience goes on. The potential fate of not only
ing user experiences unique drunk drivers, but those
ar, challenges such as ran- who have been victims,
all dom traffic patterns, vary- there was an open casket
in't ing weather conditions and on display as well as som-
ing changes in route. ber posters next to the sim-
After participating in the ulator.
ity simulation, AZ2 Kandace "No matter what, be a
t it Howard remarked, "This friend and take the keys
ont program was very educa- before a tragedy occurs,"
ng. tional. I think anyone who stated Beldyga.

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of the command. It's not Shangri-La but it's
pretty darn close here."
Green is also quick to praise the chiefs
mess. 'The chiefs mess here is outstanding.
When I arrived, I told them that we are all
in this together and asked what I could do to
help them and let them know how they could
help me so we could push this base forward.
Everyone here is very professional," he said.
Thanks to the close-knit chiefs mess here,
several new programs have been created
to benefit the Sailors including special lun-
cheons to recognize base and tenant com-
mand Sailors of the Quarter, changes to the
chief petty officer induction season, base traf-
fic safety issues and the positive changes
we have made in the CBQ and management
thereof, not to mention the improvements we
have made within the command that range
from a greatly improved physical fitness pro-
gram to our IA program and many more.
"These are just some of the changes we've
come up with as a team here. I firmly believe
in empowering our people and in keeping an
open mind. If you trust other people's judg-
ment, they'll trust yours and the command
works," said Green, enthusiastically. "It also
helps to have great leaders. Capt. Scorby and
Capt. Holmes are incredible leaders as were
the past CO and XO. They believe in the
chiefs mess and know what we can do and
let us do it. I know that when I come to work
each day, I have all the support in the world
from two great officers and that they trust
my judgment."


"This is truly unlike any duty station I've
ever been at. There is a lot of flexibility.
There is work to be done and when we get
it done, it's ok to have a little fun. We have
great quality of life here," continued Green.
So what will he miss most? "Definitely the
people. It's been a great tour. They don't real-
ize how easy they've made my job. I really
don't know how to thank everyone. I mean,
how do you thank those people who make a
command work so well and who do so much
for the people here?"
As for his advice for the junior Sailors here,
Green simply looks back on his experiences
of serving the past 27 years on active duty.
"I've fixed submarines for a large part of my
career, been in the amphib, destroyer, frigate
and cruiser parts of the Navy, was command
master chief at Naval Hospital Charleston
and oversaw the enlisted force at NAS Jax. I
like to think, I'm pretty well rounded which
is what I recommend to my junior Sailors.
Get as much diversity in your career as pos-
sible." stated Green. "I live by the philosophy
that you have to stay fit physically which will
help you stay fit mentally, stay current with-
in your rate when on shore duty, study hard
for advancement, work on personal develop-
ment and when it's time to roll, find chal-
lenging assignments. Whether you are in for
four, eight or 20 years, take those hard jobs,
do them well and strive for success."
With only a couple days left here, Green
is currently visiting base departments and
tenant commands and introducing his relief,
CMDCM Jeff Hudson who comes to NAS Jax
from USS The Sullivans (DDG 681.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, January 31, 2008 15

TAX CENTER: Now open


From Page 1

Reservists involved in pre-mobilization
Before making an appointment, custom-
ers should have:
* All 2007 W-2's and 1099's
* Copies of social security cards for taxpayers and
dependents
* Taxpayer(s) military ID cards
* Bank account numbers and routing numbers
* Any other tax records including copies of 2006 tax
returns if available
* **If you do not bring either a copy of your social
security card or a previous year's tax return, we will


not be able to prepare your return. You must also
have this documentation for all dependents.
Couples wishing to file joint returns
should come to the tax center together.
If a spouse is unavailable, the spouse
preparing the return will need to bring
a power of attorney that specifically cov-
ers tax filing purposes or an IRS Power of
Attorney Form 2848 (available at www.irs.
gov)
If you have a complex return please call
ahead and make an appointment.
For more information or to make an
appointment, call 542-8039.


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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of America Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings
are held in Building 13 (at the NAS Jax Main Gate)
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 542-1582
or Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The local chapter of the Retired Enlisted Associa-
tion meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at
1 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Hall at 7673 Blanding
Blvd, Jacksonville. For more information, call 772-
8622 or 771-8696. All active duty, retirees and
Reserve enlisted personnel are invited to attend.
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
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 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
:t 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library. For more
Information, call 276-9415.
-The Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet Reserve Unit 126
.meets the second Thursday of each month at 10
Za.m. at the Fleet Reserve Building, 7673 Blanding
Boulevard. For more information, call 771-6850.
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@njyc.org.
Dollhouse and miniatures enthusiasts hold
monthly meetings the first Tuesday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Hart Haven Baptist Church, 47 Jim
Wright Road. Club members share know-how and
help each other with room-boxes, dollhouses and
other miniature projects. Call Grace Tobey for more
information at 783-0354.
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@
yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's
meeting is held the third Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit 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 563-
4645.
The local chapter of the Military Officers Associa-
tion of America meets for a dinner program the
third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club. All active, retired and
reserve officers of all services are encouraged to
attend. For reservations or more information, call
772-0237.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984, Na-
tional 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, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email 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 Four Chaplains Interfaith Memorial Service
will be held Feb. 3 at 2 p.m. at the American Legion
Post 129, 1151 South Fourth Street, Jacksonville
Beach. For more information, visit: www.
fourchaplains.org.
The Friends of BASCA annual BASCA Golf
Classic will be held March 28 at the Eagle Harbor
Golf Club. The event will tee-off with a 12:30
shotgun start and a captain's choice format. For
more information, call Marj Holliday at 338-5443 or
Ron Dill at 614-5301.
The VP-8 Alumni Association will hold their next
reunion May 12-17 in Portland, Maine. For more
information, call Don Rickel at (207) 725-8494 or
email Carolyn Magee at cprh38@bellsouth.net.


JAX SPORTS & STANDINGS


Racquetball tourney slated
A men and women's racquetball tournament will
-be held Feb. 4-8. The tournament is 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 or third
place. There will be a separate men and women's
division. Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign up by Jan.
,30.
Intramural soccer league meeting set
An intramural soccer league meeting will be held
,Feb. 13 at 11:30 a.m. at the base gym. The league
is open to all NAS Jax active duty, command
"Department of Defense personnel and selective
reservists. 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
league.
Softball meetings coming up
The following men and women's softball league
meetings will be held Feb. 20 at the base gym:
Greybeard League 11:30 a.m. Open to all NAS
Jax active duty, selective reservists, command
Department of Defense (DoD) personnel age 30
and up.
Intramural League Noon This league is open
to all active duty, selective reservists and DoD
personnel.
Women's League -12:30 p.m. Open to all active
duty, selective reservists, military dependents over
and 18 and DoD.
Commands having their athletic officer or
designated representative attend the meeting will
,receive five captain's cup points.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathion Team
Are you a competition runner? If so, you can
represent the Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and
triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional race. 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 RFoadrunners Clubs of America)
,race and your time must be one of top 10 regional
,qualifying times. For more information, call 270-
,5451..
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








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Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
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 the NAS Jax Gym.
For more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email bill.bonser@navy.mil.


Greybeard Basketball Standings
As of Jan. 25


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Losses
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Intramural Basketball Standings
As of Jan. 25
am Wins Losse,
y 30 6 1
-15 6 2
val Hospital 6 3
Ops 5 3
CSE 400 5 3
-3 5 3
MU202 2 5
d Foxes 2 6
-32 1 0
CSE 600 1 7
CSE900 1 7


4-on-4 Flag Football Standings
As of Jan. 25
Im Wins Losse
ID 2 0
;G 2 0
58 2 0
31 1 0
NTTU 1 1
11 1 1
RON 0 1
30 0 1
22 0 1
)ps 0 2
'FAC 0 2


Navy conducting pregnancy


and parenthood survey


By Lt. Cmdr. Kim Dixon
Chief of Naval Personnel Diversity Directorate
The Navy is looking for input from
more than 50,000 Navy men and
women to help understand the
impact of pregnancy and parenthood on
Navy readiness by asking them to par-
ticipate in the biennial Pregnancy and
Parenthood Survey.
In a Navy first, nearly every woman in
the Navy, more than 41,000, along with
9,000 men, will receive a letter inviting
them to participate in the survey. This
2008 survey is particularly important as
it includes questions to gauge reaction to
the June 2007 revision of OPNAVINST
6000.1C, Pregnancy and Parenthood
instruction.
"Participating in the survey is one of
the ways to truly have an impact on Navy
policy," said Lt. Stephanie Miller, head of
the Navy's Women's Policy office. "Many of
the changes we made in the recent revision
to the Pregnancy and Parenthood instruc-
tion were the result of the data we received
from the 2003 and 2005 surveys."
The Pregnancy and Parenthood survey
has been held since 1988, covering topics
such as family care'plans, the impact of
individual augmentee assignments, single
parenthood, sexual health training, family
planning, birth control, and pregnancy.
"Changes such as the operational defer-
ment, adoption leave, and mandated
command support for breastfeeding ser-
vice women (as outlined in OPNAVINST
6000.1C) all came from survey feedback,"
she said. "We're hoping to use this year's
survey as a way to gauge reaction to those
changes in our effort to improve quality of
life for military families."
The survey will be open for approximate-
ly eight weeks, until the end of March. As


in previous versions, men and women will
receive the same questions, except where
minor gender-appropriate wording changes
were required. Men will not receive preg-
* nancy-specific questions.
While usernames are required to log into
the Web survey, all identifying information
will be deleted from the data set during
analysis to maintain the anonymity of the
respondents. Results will be statistically
weighted by pay grade and gender to be
representative of the Navy population.
The survey results will be used to review
related pregnancy and parenthood policies
for potential revision and to update the
Navy's sexual health training GMT pro-
grams.
The Navy Personnel Command's
Navy Personnel Research, Studies and
Technology office is conducting the survey.
Questions on the survey may be sent to the
project director, Zannette Uriell at DSN
882-4641 or (901) 874-4641 or by email at
zannette.uriell@navy.mil.


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ARLINGTON 1&2br
SOUTHSIDE 2br
WESTSIDE 2br
Attractive & Quiet
$545 $695 721-1767
www.mylaxrentals.com
ARLINGTON LOW WKLY
ONE BED 7 DAY STAY
$139 ECONO SINGLE
$159 FULL SIZE ECONO
$175 FULL SIZE R & M
REGENCY INN 725-5093

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480 Onega Ftgan*m*J.m eIs F 32210


MANDARINt
$99 MOVES YqU IN
904-260-9712
SOUTHSIDE
$99 MOVES YOU IN
904-725-0276
SPRINGFIELD
2nd street 3 car garage
w/Apt over, 4 room
2br/lba private clean
$680/mo. 904-940-0972

WESTSIDE 2/1 Duplex
fenced yard, credit chk
req. No pets $700m
$700dp. 695-0933 / 993-7122
Westside


Planters WalApt.
VALENTINE'S SPECIAL
2BR's $245 1st mo
345 2nd mo $445 3rd mo
3BR's $310 1st mo.
$510 2nd mo $610 3rd mo
For Qualified Applicants.
Call for details-
(904) 778-1791
WESTSIDE 2/1, CH&A
Clean, quiet In country
setting, water included.
$595MO. 904-783-0288


Fleming Island Plan. new
3/2.5 TH lake front, golf
crse. Sell $169,500 or lease
purchase or $975mo w/lst
3mo disc. or Mil. disc.
904-955-4904 / 904-3865805
For Sale / Rent 2/2.5
condo In St Augustine
W/D lakefront $150,000
or $ 900 mo. 904 613-4297
OCEANFRONT 2br/2ba
Furn. pool Consider lease
option Call 463-7343
Orange Park Oakleaf 3/2,
1525sf, no pets / smok-
ersswim/ fitness ctr,
shops, $1090 mo. 772-1522
ORANGE PK nr NAS-295
3/1.5 TH, compi kit., fncd,
cov. porch, $900m+dp.
Crdt check 9Q4-838-7849
SOUTHSIDE-Waterfront
Luxury Condo, James
Isi., 2BR/2BA, pool, gym,
$1025/mo. 505-259-8618



ARGYLE 3/2 $895
ch&a, WD Hookup, Kit
Eqp, Vaulted Ceilings.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
ARGYLE 3/2, GREAT
ROOM, FPLC, SCREENED
PATIO, FENCED YARD.
REF REQ $99S/MO. 778-2897
ARLINGTON 2/1.5, TH,
$575mo. No Deposit If
Qualify. CH&A. 693-6092

Arlington, Rent or Buy,
3/2 home, 11711
Ft. Caroline Lakes Dr.
own/fin avail. 703-5066
& ARLINGTON- Mainte-
nance free towwn-
home 2br, 2.5 b.. Per-
fect loci Screened in
patio, gazebo, appliances.
25yr warranty outside. Call
Dan 234-2053
AVONDALE '3br/2ba,
ch&a w/d hu, fpl, nice
neighborhood, $1000mo
+ dep. 553-4552
BlackHammocklsland.com
3 Homes: 2 acres fenced,
marsh front, canal. RTO
$1000-$1350/mo 233-8077
CEDAR HILLS 4/2 $995
1800sf, All Appi Inci, New Pt,
ch&a, Den, Plyrm, Fen Yard.


JULIINGTNIUREEN
PLANTATION 1800sf,
4/2, $1350 + Imo dep.
ulNewer Julington reek Home In 904-210-5322
at Location With Great Schools And A LAKESHORE 3/1 $775
eat Place To Raise A Family. Priced To 1100sqft ch&a, w&dhu
cfans, storage, fenced Yd
SelAt Thousands Less Than Other VANSANDT RE 389-3540
I Homes In The Area. Mandarin Resort com-
EATURES INCLUDE munity,w/pool, 2/2, ic
en Floor Plan on Large Lot gaor. 1 month rent free I
$10o25mo. 904-262-0238
S3 Bedrooms/2 Full Baths MURRAY HILL 2/I
aminate Flooring/Tile $695, ch&a, WD Hookup,
Fplc, Icar gr, Kit Equip
1 acious Great Room VANSANDT RE 389-3540
-1 ulted Ceilings
uIa Tep Appliances
ass u Bar to Great Room
"xt rge Closet in Master Excel Property Mgmt.
th iDNewly Remodeled
*2 IncWooden Blinds Call Steve @ Titus
C red Patio w/Extention solutions 904-687-4962
FX ed Side and Back Yard NORTHSIDE
,K 9017 7th Ave. 3/2 $845
ached to House 5429 Alta St. 1 $695
^5929 Droad St. 3/1 $775
ced $17,500 1010 erarcllff Rd E S2
Mc ~ $27,Z 5923 Carnation Rd 2/2 $725
m nore info go to I 1348 Crestwood St 3/1 $77S
minfo go to 9 as Ave2n $650
ilw.co H m/meD ils. 8049 Paul Jones Dr $775
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onalhotos, school info 33962 College 16thSt 2/1 $75
ntly sold homes in the 2962WESTSIDE $795
1d 5639 Marathon Parkway
S3 MURRAY HILL
4833 Headley Ter 3/1 $745
eB : e l! I0yS
191 Randolph St 2/1 $700.








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AFFORDABLE LARGE

1,2,3 BEDROOM

HOMES


NORTHSIDE 3/2, living
rm, din rm, kitch, ch&a,
carpet, tile, $950mo7
305-388-7477 / 904-207-3284
ORANGE PARK Easy
1ml 295, river, Wells
access, 3/2, fpIc 2 cg,
culdesac, 436 Newport
Dr. $900mo. 304-7870
ORANGE PARK-
3/2.5, 2 car ear, end
unit-$999 *3/2.5, 1 car gar
on lake-$1099 *3/2.5, 1
car gar on preserve-
$1099 3/2.5, 1 car gar,
end unit- $1099. All less
than 2 yrs old, near new
Oakleaf Town Center.
Bo Bridgeport 904-504-7008
ORANGE PARK
3/2 cottage, 10 min from
NAS main gate,
$1250mo, lyr lease w/
military cancellation, no
pets, no tobacco, single
car garage as storage
only. Call Kathy 773-3547
ORANGE PARK- Flem-
ing Plantation, new
home, 4BR/2BA, 2 car
gar, close to schools,
amenities. $1200/mo.
lease op. avi. Call
904-476-7308
ORANGE PARK 4/2 $995
1750sf,.large back deck
ch&a, WD Hkp, Fam Rm
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
Orange Park 7 mile
from NAS Jax $795
2 rooms and 1 1/2
Bath Condo Washer
and Dryer Included Luis
233-3366
ORTEGA 3/1 $995
Con-Blk Const, ch&a, WD Hu
Kit Eqp, Close to NAS Jax.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
PACE ISLAND 4/2 brick
In gate guarded commu-
nity. Swimming pools,
tennis courts. Close to
NAS. $1400. 904 710-3135.
WESTSIDE- 2/1, kitchen
equipped, w/d hookup,
fenced yard, $550mo +
$500dep. 904-343-9575
A WESTSIDE
Relocating, 3/2, pool
2 car grg, avail
now. $1150mo.
Community Is about
3yrs old.Call 904-962-9987
WESTSIDE
2BR LARGE FENCED
YARD. NO WD HKP.
REF.REQ. $695 778-2897
S WESTSIDE
3/2 MH, $750mo, very
clean, must see, prefer
non-smokers. 771-2400
NEW HOMES for lease
World Golf Village, 210,
Fruit Cove, Green Cove,
Beauclerc.Call Emory
Hagler at 904.386.6592


WESTSIDE $475 Move-in!
Sunny Acres MH Park
$125 a week rent. 2&3br's
Pets Welcome 771-5878
WESTSIDE -TIMUQUANA
MOVE IN SPECIAL. $50 off
2 & 3br's $375 $500
+ dep. 904-771-3811
WESTSIDE 5353 110th St
2/1 sgl wide, $180wk
$300 dep. utils incld.
318-3826
WHY RENT?
First time home buyers.
Great Specials.
Call Emma 771-9055 962-1086
TAX TIME
Owner will finance
New, used or repo
5% down moves you in.
Call Emma
771-9055 962-1086
WOW!! 99$ MOVES
YOU IN !!
3/2's & 2/2's
Call Emma 771-9055
962-1086


Blanding/1-295 In newer
home, pvt bath, prkg,
kit, laundry $400 535-2999
Kings Bay Share
nice quite 3/2 home
S single male
S non-smoker total
$400 MO. 912-882-1676
A Kings Bay Share
Nice quiet 3/2 home
single male
non-smoker
$400mo.totao
Dog,Pool,Park Cable,
Internet. 912-882-1676

ARoLINGTONm
for-Rentj


ARLINGTON LOW WKLY
ONE BED 7 DAY STAY
$139 ECONO SINGLE
$159 FULL SIZE ECONO
$175 FULL SIZE R & M
REGENCY INN 725-5093
B Orange Park save
money rent nicely
1 furnished room all
utilities included
$480 month call
904-375-1814
& Roommate wanted
3/2 Westside Call
after 3:30 p.m. for
information 322-7210



For Rent 23/2 House
. T mins from the
Beach $900 Secu-
rity $1000 a month
call 541-0827 or 553-8313


SIGNATURE REALTY & Mgmt
RENTALS
AVAILABLE FROM $700-$3000/MO.
Beach 241- 5221, Mand 268- 00385
W'slde 482-1099
www.slanaturerealestatelacksonville.com


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FROM CONDO'S TO
LARGE HOMES...
SOME BRAND NEW
CALL FOR INFO
lOME FINDER REALTY
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Or Visit, se hablo espanol
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B. Langston Presents Lawn Tractor 1997 BUICK CENTURY CHRYSLER PT
Child care Pro- FACILITATORS Sofas, tables, mirrors, Craftsman 19.5 HP ,__._]_l Honda Shadow new, all options, Ithr, cd, Turbo $99m WAC
vider in my CDC Geor-Pf PacificInAti for D HEAVEN h9L M TED Lw ml Ike CRUISER '05 Convert,
derIn my CDC Georgia-Pacific ,t e for chests, material, Jew- 42 inch Cut w/bag- Spirit 750 03 Cobra moo of aoys $440099
and State Certified N Research and Evaluo- elrynick nacks, '97 er50 and spread aviation We Do Aonll Types of ssbar ieOBO 912-3221155
homeages New- tLETRICIAN4&8ti N o n i s a c c e p ti n g Grand Am, 5872 Sand- $4508595034 Boats Hitches. Any Type tuned recently, $3800 2000 Ford Explorer CHRYSLER PT
born and up 904- 647-6482 INSTRUMENTATION resumes for part time stone Way, In Bartram SaUtsV G use Cn oray,
JOURNEYMAN Facilitators of the Park off 95 & St. Aug Rd Sailboats Vehicle. Fully Insured. 476-7694 looks, miles, clean In and CRUISER GT105 Cony,
For challenging career Navy's PREVENT pro- Wes 5-7p, ThurFri 104 Boat Dockage& Unbelievable Prices! .Dout new tires brakes dram cruise ato 23k
Child Care Pro- o0 an Electrician & gram. Topics to be www.blangston.comRentals Call for Free Quote.HONDA $4999 904-655-0486 miles $15,988 3714739
t viderin myhome Instrumentation facilitated Include: (904)7149939 2006 Sthadowael (R eL
vL CDC and State Journeyman. Company communication skills, SAN JOSE 1315 Jean Ct. BOS D d Marine Equipment (904) 714-9939 VLX-600 '97 red, 2006 Shadow all CHRYSLERING '03
certified home ages offeringan excellent stress mgt fitnessand Fr/St 95 Sun 112; LR, amo and Supplies We'll Even low ml, cobra es, H ionum Two r SEBRING ,000
newborn and up Man- array of benefits; health personal values about 2BR, den, kit, WD, refig, Jewelry Set new CometoYOU ndshied sissy$bar. 2 Horse bumper pull Convert Only 26,000
drian 64-s6402 Insurance, RX plan, Den- alcohol, finance, and stove, Limoge china, 249.99-- asking 5000 RVRenltals ex c ond, $2,000.room-low8us aO
al Plan, 401k, flex spend- relationships. Classes tools, yard tools, sewing, John 904-612-9998 RV's and Sup plies m3owa4e neg S OF JACKSONVILLE
Ing accounts, and more, are 24 hours and run vintage hats & smalls. oR s /MnnI'Motorcycle Items 31R704
Free Chldcare2 rreume to sWe urs 7:30- www.yesterdayschldnc.cm She wants diamonds yde red Jackets 59 ACURATL04 BlackHRYSLER 300
free Chicre 20hrs 386-329-3709 attention 4:30 w/1 hr lunch. Must for Valentine's Day! uggath items cover w7,an leathersunroof,
LPNheldDevelop rmen have 4 rs. exp. As an month. The number of four Orig $1499. Sell for $950.s/Buss P ays LowACU11RAT$277mo. Call 389-7700

disabled dauomter In our sheoudmIncludee m and I7nmapay $1651/ oudr see asklb 3225contact $SVi Open 7 Days a Week B0 eamohO LSteet SileCUN-aA-TCLD5 un- D ODGL RAM
Homust be l to lnd ft 801bs shooting and installationt classes vary monthly. A LSO 1-carat for $475. ays miles never LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Over Pts $199/mo.
or use Hoer lift technician in an indus- Applicants must be able Beautiful thick 464-2817 or 63-399 Automobiles SpecialInterest Rates dropped YAMAHA FZ6 '05 Nav, CD, Sunroof DODGE NEON '05820



per hr. Call 904-294-5288 Ion; and troubleshooting Brand New 904-674-0405 above-ground 904-333-9421 Auto Rent/Lasi, Bike $2100 call ACURA TSX'07'
trial and/r military eni- to travel to a reFinancing on the S L Miles $4,991 $4,990 998-0012 excellent ondition, st
troPmen and a high school nvab as i a a Recta ngle glass Tr r C L uca74/SU 772442Trailervens Ar omTNer Starting 0 $9, 99ndBam -
Sneeded to care for dplom or GE. Ex. FL/SE GA areaStartnomo 2 Van Halen Tick- a No Dow 1-800-709-618 $3,2005 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE sell, take over ayments,
NAT'L CSR 220 or 440 Licens Etrypsylernddae O n 7FEB316heSec OBuoua y e owns B$1o ACURA TL '05 $277m0. Call 389-77001
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fn Own Business 505-4127 Dining Room Set less than 300hrs, a r 998-0012 M.P.G. Brought New
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care & eeding tub skills nnce repairs; trouble- Earn upto50% forst 2 M try e Rnd Table condition 2 control- fish, $7,000 Call Jim 200c with 5x10 $5 Tool kit $5; $3800904-287-8433
must be able to lift 80bs and hootingand installation to hr@pire.org.AA/EEOall E a e6 s st 904-505-7455 BED04 tr0 e well L OB rKSN 00 A rga Ov m erD PintSTAN 1
or use Hyer lft. $19.00/ In s advanced Instrumenta- 50Queen Pillow Tp .Used, Alignment & all trs les never LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Over Pnts $199/moa.
per hr. Call 90429-528 lon; and troubleshoot Insg Brand New 904-674-0405 above-ground 904-33-9421 AUtoS/g Wne goo st4 arte r AC 0
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Legal Sec Ass.Typing DANCERSDOORSTAFF tand-up Dresser, Rails beautiful bab crib 5 erson Hot Tub charm Yamaha Tour LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Sell Nw, Need Cash,






Deree atechnic fielatdon & BARTENDERS e Muss Excll ent Con- Asking $75 obo. 781-2760 olikenew $12000 I ntegra PS PW lywindow/bcks/seats 904-899-560020
referred. Location: Mechancs Positions Asing $700 miles MX118 1200 542244ust Sell onBargain new 2 dr $2975 Call 389-7700
ary:va$26.64/r ine FL. for certified7370 491-0554So Boat Couch Dining 8 FT PRAM SAI wheels sunroof 120K con. $5200. call FORD THUNDER-
Apply atbWorkSource DANCERS NEEDED Furnut-ituandre blew/6 0 nd OR ROW PLUS or antik -lock ABlazer w3rd rw seat.
MYSTERY SHOPPERS 400 N. State Road 19, Suite board mechanics each; Coffee table Ten t ScoP LA N S C A L L batt. ch 705-2220 7712442 evenings Frontside rbs TV LEXUS OF JACKSONVILatLE















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-Earn up to $150/day. 33Paatka, FL. 32177 Natonal companyHome Gym with alltable avail. Call Jeff 278-0106 m les, uye llow, Auttrder.comAT-E22 tery/aint records
EXP not req. Under- (386) 329-3724 excellent pay, benefits, ____HCalIJ__._ylconl__o,____mhaVs ar650 E3-m__15,500
cover shoppers needed EOEVET PREF/DFWP and aodvan ement. 505-4067 20 Inchrims andL 0 condition YamahalVstar60 E381-28,000 ml 15,500 9-5-0112
to Eletricians Expi Hel- I No Mando TiOus mod ta 245 3R $ 10,000, Matching white silver great 912-22-2376Chenn Eended New AC $3500 316851
to ugesrtabls dnt re m t 9x 2 couches 1- 8 foot o- 95YYW mus to largehemet tank bag, condition 11,700 FORD P.350 '89
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S4ut-O9 77-2464 eBUILDING FORM / 607-5304 Saddlebags side bars 9 Prem Pkg Like New truck, dually 1 -ton
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whutch and buffet 8590-5034 Seats 9&10 $ 300. 6 9 20' SEASPORT "R07 excellent cond. 200 i Id Lthr, CD, Sunroo L lent running conxd-04
NOW HIRING Gerry Noon 6422400 AVON $10.00 Kit To Start call 303-9042 w/trai ier, Suzuki 140 Call 321-1386 29K Miles $23,890 tion Clean 33
Ful-ti Own Business 505-4127 Dining Room Set less than 300hrs, 998-0012 M.P.G. Brought New
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l < I fschedu ling and gen. & BARTENEDERS Mattress Excellent Con- Asking $75 obo. 781-2760 Ike new $12000 4 Integra PS PW window/lbcks/seats 904-899-5820
officexduties. Litigation NEEDED dition Asking $700 X-1181200542-2445 DUCATI 749 03 PDL17"lnfuson and much more ex
vail.,benefits pkg, pay CALL 757-7370 491-0554 Boat Couch Dining 795m FORDMERCURY ROVER JACKSONVILLE SA FORD THUNDER-
ITA Y Room Stove Ster E 5 Person Hot Tub ow, mint cond, m 11211Danisc 904-635-3830 BIRD 'psHw 02. 25K ml,
SALECTRICS ASSISTANT- Ma chairs light oak andoDeer Stands Huntlike new $12000 $10000 Matchn us CDChanger SkunkSARNOFearl white, hrd
TELEPHONESALES $$100$$ cngcamping ep X1181200422445 arge helmet, tank bag Sh25fter $3,800 B Chevy 2002 Blazernding vd. 779071
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LargecomIprlects.Imildlyusedbestoffer4Yamaha2003CD, alarm great
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you would area. 880-5588 ATWITH MARBLE 12.116 pieces Cro- Cll 904-349-6090$75.00 contact CHEVY CORVETTE '0
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tChina cabinet As-Is $15 3 DayJET SKI TRAILER 476-3667 8,500 BSouths 217-891-0360 73 Tony CHRYLR 3d. 8100 AUTO 8 12
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S54Smallchilddresser$7 PACE 0 ARROW35'1999 S OR TSTER 883 1994Acur A Integra Deeplova/red "
SAml cd d d T mEfRsA l Low mileage, exc cond, '04 Custom $6800 Stealth Gray GSR 4 peNISSAN-A t 40k mlei JAGUAR XJ'C07
Full-time positions available. High l Water cooler $40. Victorian 742-6001 Rh $5k, under book vaue,gr36K Miles $25,980
style lamps, nego. Port AC Asking $32k. less than lO00ml. Call 183k ml $3,200 no. new tires, $23k 998-0012
schoou ade reuired.W85Dt6o00 BTU $40. Fart floor AC ,h Laptop Persario Call for details 904-874-5677 566-2248 or 716-6853 904-216-6150 Ob e Call 287-4159 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
d 500 BTU $100. 27' Hitach 3000 neUSO CHRYSLER 10980eds battery6424200 600 Atantic B. 6427900 BACH B AUOOTIVE
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Toolsfee Table $100 Sony 32" TV $130
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and Sound 4 yrs old message 318-8384 904-378-9464/904-534-649, 10-2287454 AA C JEEP 9201 Atlantic Blvd 724-2310
Thank you for understanding that due to dwi deliver NORTHsDEd The Cape' 1-AR8ER PO454 ATNIJE 0NTIAC 9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381
the large volume of resumes received it is $450B Call Alan. Multi Family 15126 Cape CHIHUAHUAS CKC, 2F US1South 354-4421
not possible to acknowledge receipt of each 757-2013993 Dr. Thur-Sun 7-3 Baby brwn/ bk, / 1M, choc 2330 US1 South 3544421 Green Cove Springs 2644502 Tom Bush A plex
resumeTs two 29 50 Items. crafts, furs, more 8wks, $300. 262-3783 284-4502
resume. J.each call 322-8555 BARGAIN HUNTERS COCKAPOO Male, l4wks, 15 CRS JE NIMNICUT PUNTIRC 7MC 9875A cBd 371-77
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37scert. $500. 386-682- 4043.
Su-s.raceU iity sgnn SMpi Water Dragon 201"Ter-
rarium w/ali access paid
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7 JAGUAR XJR S/C '05
Convertible, KBB
$49,000 Sole Priced at
$35,890 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

LEXUS LS430 '02 Excel-
lent condition, 57,000
miles, leather, all elec-
tric, $29,995.904-642-1982

LexusofJax.com
visit us for all makes &
models BMW, Honda,
Chevy, Ford, Etc 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

MAZDA 3, '06
Excellent Condition,
Priced To Sell Very
Quickly, 14795
Call 389-7700

MAZDA 3 '05
Low Miles, Must Sell
Take Over Pmts $199/mth
WAC 904-899-5820







Mercedes-Benz



1.9%
on Select Certified
Mercedes Benz with
approved credit

1999 C230
Your Choice
Just Serviced!
$159/mo. or
$9,959

2001 C230
$10,959

2001 E430
w/Navgation
Loaded, Low
Miles $14,959

2002-2007
C-Class
12 to Choose
From Staring @
$14,959

2003-2006
E-Class
From $19,959

2002-2007
S-Class
All Local Trades
Starting @
$24,959

2003-2007 CLK
Cabriolets 5 to
Choose From
Starting @
$24,959


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4, Mercedes 1984 380
SL Very good condi-
tion, blue .both
Tops, Exc Engine
new tire 2asking $12,900
will negotiate, Kathy
731-9500
MERCURY MARQUIS
-'04 2 tone green, 48k
ml, $10,495 904-910-6462
MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS '05 Like New
Take Pints $119/mth
WAC 904-899-5820
(y MITUBISHI
ECLIPSE '06 Fully
Equpped $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f7 NISSAN 350Z '03
Touring Fully
Equipped Save$
$17,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN 350Z '04
Convert Touring Black
Beauty $299 pint WAC
904-899-5853
NISSAN 350Z GRAND
TOURING ROADSTER
'06 5000 miles, lust
traded, $33,988 371-4739
NISSAN ALTIMA '06
Full Warranty $15,991
1-800-709-6185
4 NISSAN FRON-
TIER '06
Fully loaded,
leather, sunroof,
bed extender, premium
satellite radio, power,
$20,500. 375-9733
PONTIAC SOLSTICE '06
5spd, leather, 15,000
miles $21,988 371-4739
PONTIAC G6 '06
Ex Low Miles V6
S$13,890 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( PONTIAC TRANS
AM '02 WS6 PKG
32K Miles $17,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
PORSCHE BOXTER '03
Excellent Condition
Very Low Miles $27,991
1-800-709-6185
4, Saturn ION 03" 4 dr
auto security sys.
lbgarage kept, war-
ranty $6,500 miles
$8,950 608-5134
A Saturn SL-2 A/T A/C
P/B P/S owner will
finance Eng Com-
pletely Rebuilt
$4,500 OBO 904-772-8428
& SATURN SL-2 99
4dr sedan, hunter
green, exc cond,
owner will finance,
asking $4,500 obo.
904-772-8428
SCION TC '06
Like New Must Sell Take
Over Pints $199/mth
WAC 904-899-5820
SCION XB '06
Take Over Pints Must
Sell 904-899-5853
Toyota 4 Runner
S 2007 V6
S NAVI/DVD/Leather
7,900 miles $28,352
or take
over payments
757-319-3665
TOYOTA CAMRY '03
Must Sell Take Over
Pints $119/mth WAC
904-899-5820
4 Toyota Camry LE
2005 4-cyl, auto,
S Silver Sunroof
43,100 mil 14,600
clean title premium
wheels 904 476-3639
Toyota Camry LE
2005 43 k mil excel-
S lent condition 4cyl
auto Sun roof
$14,600 904-476-3639
Volkswagen Beetle
4 cyl S speed Coupe
k112 DGL yellow
leather black seats
AC/Heat Am/fm/CD's
exe cond warranty pri-
vate 491-7996
4 Volkswagen Beetle
4 cylinder 5 speed,
S coupe 2 DGL, will
Leather black seats
ac/heat am/fm/cd's exc
cond.warrant $10,500
904-491-7996
VW CABRIO GLS '02
auto, low mileage, extra


c7 VW JETTA GLS '01
Like New, Ex Low
Miles $8,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

(f) VW PASSAT GLS
'04 Lthr, Sunroof,
CD, Ex Low Miles
$16,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

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CADILLAC SRX '06
Full Factory Warranty
$24,991 1-800-709-6185

CHEVY C7500
CHEYENNE
SSOL V8, 4 Speed,
tool box, runs great
$3400. 904-449-3291,
904-284-7491

Chevy Silverado '03, V8,
Auto, Power, AC, new 26"
black chrome rims/tires.
$9500. Call 403-4097

(y CHEVY
SILVERADO '04
SLT, Only 30K
Miles 4x4, Tonneau
Cover $20,480 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

CHEVY SILVERADO
2500 LT 4x4 '07
Crew Cab, diesel, lust traded
$36,988 371-4739

CHEVY SUBURBAN LT
'06 3rd Row Leather
$399/mth WAC
904-899-5853


CHEVY TAHOE LT'03
Excellent Condition
$14,991 1-800-709-6185
DODGE 2500- 98, 4X4, AT,
A/C,dlesel extended cab
$ 12,000obo 591-0319
DODGE RAM 1500, '05
Crew Cab, Fully Loaded,
Excellent Cond, $17,975
Call 389-7700
DODGE RAM 1500 '04
Quad Cab Laramie 4x4
$15,991 1-800-709-6185
DODGE RAM 2500 '03,
Hemi ext. cab, 8' bed,
sprayed bedliner, quad
cvr, loaded, new tires,
80mi, $15K. 904-210-5136
FORD E150 Cargo '07
13K Miles, Worker
Perfect $199pmt WAC
904-899-5853
FORD ESCAPE '05
Excellent Condition
$11,991 1-800-709-6185
S FORD
EXPEDITION '05
Lthr, CD, champ/
Tan $17,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4, FORD EXPLORER
'02 One owner, Ithr
tb w/ 3rd row seating,
practically new
tires & battery, has all
maint. records, $10,800
firm! Call 904-576-0112
FORD
EXPEDITION '03
Eddie Bauer, Lthr,
CD, Fully Equpt $17,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD F150 '01
Great Work Truck $5,991
1-800-709-6185
FORD F150 '01
X Cab, Great Work Truck
$6,991 1-800-709-6185
FORD F250 '01
Crew Cab, Lariat, Great
Work Truck $14,991
1-800-709-6185


FORD F250 '05
4X4 Turbo Diesel, Like
New, Must Sell Take
Over Pints 904-899-5820
FORD F250 '08 Crew cab
Lariat, 4x4, diesel, low
ml, $39,988 371-4739
FORD RANGER '01
Low Miles, Like New
Must Sell. 904-899-5820
4 FORD F-350 '89
14' diesel Uhaul box
truck, dually 1-ton,
great mechanical
cond, $3,500 361-355-4113
FORD F350 LARIAT '06
Crew Cab, dually 4x4,
diesel, moonroof, Just
traded $36,988 371-4739
f GMC YUKON '05
wht/tan $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(7 GMC YUKON
DANALI '07. Black
& tan, Navigation,
2 DVD's upgraded
chrome wheels. $42,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA RIDGELINE '06
AWD, Immaculate Corndi-
tion, Must Sell, $19,995
Call 389-7700
HONDA RIDGELINE '06
4X4, It's A Beauty $18,999
904-899-5853
ISUZU RODEO, '03
Very Low Miles, Ex
Cond, Must Sell Very
Fast, $8995 Call 389-7700
JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE '03
Excellent Condition
$12,991 1-800-709-6185
(y JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LTD '05
V0, 4X4, Navi,
Only 39K miles $21,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JEEP LIBERTY LTD '04
Leather, moonroof, lust
traded $12,988 371-4739


JEEP PATRIOT '07
Only 17,000 miles
$15,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f JEEP WRANGLER
'04 13K Miles $15,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JEEP WRANGLER '04
Excellent Condition,
Loaded, Must Sell This
Week, $14,795
Call 389-7700
JEEP WRANGLER '04
Renagade 4x4, Sharp/AC
$15,499 904-899-5853
LEXUS LX470 '00
4x4, leather, moonroof,
low miles $22,988 371-4739
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LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '06
Designer, fully, equip,
lust traded$27,988 371-4739
(T LINCOLN
NAVIGATOR '03
Ex low Miles, Fully
Equpt $19,480 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MITSU ENDEVOR '04
Nice Ride $99mth WAC
904-899-5853
NISSAN FRONTIER
CREW CAB XE '01 V6,
auto, fully equipped, lust
traded $9988 371-4739
NISSAN XTERRA,'05
Outstanding Shape, Fully
Loaded, Priced Right,
15975 Call 389-7700
'(T SUBARU
OUTBACK '05
leather, sunroof,
CD $18,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER
LTD '98 Moonroof, Ithr,
lust traded $9988 371-4739
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER
LTD V8 '05 Moonrf, Ithr,
like new $20,988 371-4739


TOYOTA 4RUNNER
LTD V8, 4X4, Only
30,000 ml 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA FJ CRUISER
4x4 '07 auto, fully equip,
xtra sharp $24,488 371-4739
TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
LTD HYBRID '06
Ithr, moonrf, traded
$29,988 371-4739
TOYOTA SEQUOIA '04
Very Clean, Take Over
Pmts $249 WAC
904-899-5820
TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR5
'04 V8, 3rd seat, Ithr, lust
traded $19,988 371-4739
TOYOTA SEQUOIA LTD
'04 third seat, Ithr, lust
traded $23,988 371-4739
TOYOTA TUNDRA'03
Limited Leather $15,991
1-800-709-6185
STruck C-10 85 8"
S RED new paint
| good tires cold AC
$2,000/OBO/377-0774

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CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY, '04 Immacu-
late, Priced To Sell Now,
8975Call 389-7700
DODGE AVENGER '08
Customer 22" Wheel
$149/mth WAC
904-899-5853
DODGE GRAND CARA-
VAN SE '07 V6, stow n-go,
14k ml $15,988 371-4739
DODGE VAN '94 Run
good, 68K mi (handicap
acc) Call 2-9pm 828-5523
FORD E150 '07
Cargo Van Certified
$15,991 1-800-709-6185
FORD WINDSTAR '99
Good cond. 160k Mi.
$3200 OBO. 904-879-2899
GMC SAVANNAH '02
Cargo van, 148k ml, well
maintained, $4800 obo.
Call 800-476-8979, ext 204


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