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2 JAX AIR NEWS, NASJACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 10, 2008


Looking back in time...


File photos


A Southerner makes her way north


By Sarah Smiley


People often refer to Pensacola,
Florida, as the "the mother-
in-law of the military." This is
because Pensacola is all but swarm-
ing with young military officers with
job security and money to spare, who
are looking for a bride. There are lots
of mothers and fathers in the Florida
panhandle who have waved good-
bye to their young daughters driving
away with a military man.
I drove away from Pensacola last
week after having lived there for five
years, a relatively long period of time
for a military family. There weren't
any in-laws in my rearview mirror
wiping away tears.
Instead, it was my husband, Dustin,
who I have left behind to finish out
his tour there and then meet us in
November at his new duty station in
Bangor, Maine. As far as I could tell,
Dustin wasn't wiping away tears.
All of which means Dustin and I
have entered a new phase much
like marriage of our military career.
We are now to the point where we
will voluntarily live apart for several
months just to get the kids settled
into their new school at the new duty
station that Uncle Sam has chosen for
us.
You see, Uncle Sam doesn't pay
attention to things like school years,
the housing market, and whether
or not your son was in the middle of
potty training when he issues new
orders.
If Uncle Sam wanted these men to
have wives and families, he would
have manufactured some with less
issues and inconveniences like opin-


FROM THE HOMEFRONT


ions, wishes and desires.
Leaving Dustin behind, I drove
our three boys and my mother up to
Bangor to look for a home. Previously,
I had never been north of New York
City. In fact, not many people in my
family have been north of New York.
Doris, my grandmother who lives in
Alabama, explained it like this: when
Dustin and I were newly married, I
grew concerned that his family seem-
ingly has more heritage than mine.
They are part German and part Irish.
I didn't know from where my family
had come. So I asked Doris, and she
said, "Well, we're Southern, Honey."
"But where did we come from first?"
I asked.
"Why does it matter?" she said.
"We're Southern."
The only things I know about the
North come from listening to Doris
and watching "Northern Exposure,"
which I think even took place on the
opposite side of the continent.
When I told our Realtor in Bangor
all of this, he said, "Well, welcome to
Maine, the 'cul-de-sac' of the United
States."
We shared a laugh, although I sus-
pect that he was laughing harder
than I was. I didn't really understand
what our Realtor meant until I was
zipping down a dark highway at the
top of our country, and my mom spot-
ted a "Moose Warning."
"Keep your eyes out for moose,"
Mom said.
The road in front of us was com-
pletely dark. The stars were as bright


Motorcycle 'Ride to

Work Day' is July 16

From the NAS lax Safety Office

Join riders July 16 for the annual "Ride To Work
Day" motorcycle blessing ceremony at 11:30
a.m. in the NAS Jax Chapel parking lot.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau and the
Department of Transportation more than 80 million
cars and trucks
are used for daily
commuting and
about 200,000
motorcycle and
scooters are part of
this mix. With gas
Siprices on the rise,
so are motorcycle
Sand scooter sales.
If you ride a

scooter, and have
completed the base
requirements for obtaining base decals, we encour-
age you to ride on this day. "Sometimes all the risk
management, PPE and training is not enough," said
Chaplain (Lt.) Thomas Bingol. "We are blessing you
as riders because your safety is on the forefront of our
minds. We understand that the one thing you cannot
control as you ride are the actions of other drivers
around you."
For more information, call 542-3332/3082. Visit
www.ridetowork.org for more information about Ride
To Work Day.


and as clear as I have ever seen them.
And even though it was summer, the
air was considerably chillier than
Florida.
"Do you think the moose would
come right out onto the street?" I
asked Mom.
"I don't know. Maybe they are like
deer," she said.
You see a lot of deer in Alabama.
"But that sure is a big warning
sign," Mom said further down the
road.
We talked to my Realtor just to be
sure we understood everything we
need to know about moose warnings.
Turns out, moose aren't like deer.
They don't leap out of the way of
oncoming cars. And if your car hits a
moose, the moose will probably walk
away.
Next, we started seeing signs that
read, "Next Exit 30 Miles," along with
warnings in French. I was beginning
to feel a long way from home.
When we arrived in Bangor, there
wasn't much left of 1-95 before enter-
ing Canada. I wondered if this is what
my Realtor meant when he called it a
"cul-de-sac."
Then I began meeting the local peo-
ple or Mainers, as they call them-
selves and a new definition of cul-
de-sac took form.
Turns out, the "Yankees" aren't
exactly the way Doris and the televi-
sion had sometimes made them seem.
Tune in next week when I discuss
the difference between the North and
the South.


HEY,MONEYMAN!

Hey, MoneyMan!: I am in the Navy and my sister lives
in an apartment in Miami. She just lost her job and is
struggling to meet her daily expenses. She also has sev-
eral credit cards which are maxed out.
She got a credit card application in the mail and she
wants to apply, but they are ,-
requiring a co-signer because -, --.
of her bad credit rating. I '
think the extra card would -
help her make ends meet until .
she finds a job, but I am reluc-
tant to be a co-signer. What do
you think?
Money Man Sez: Your
instincts are right. Don't do it.
As a co-signer, you are promis-
ing to repay your sister's credit
card charges if she cannot.
Are you willing to make
these payments? Since she
already has several cards at
their limit, no regular source
of income, and is already struggling to make ends meet,
the probability of your paying the charges on this new
card is high.
Falling behind on these payments will also affect your
credit score. Even if your sister ends up filing for bank-
ruptcy, you will still be fully liable for any debts incurred
on that card. My advice is for you to think twice before
agreeing to co-sign. Perhaps you could loan your sister
a fixed amount of money rather than opening up a new
high-interest credit card with your name and credit rating
attached.
If not, let her explore other options. I do not believe that
adding another credit card to a stack of already maxed out
credit cards is a viable solution to financial problems.


air T wa ...
EN1 Luis A. SANCHEZ-TORRES

/Job title/command:
Air Ops Boathouse


Hometown: San Juan,
Puerto Rico


Favorite duty station/
Why? NS Mayport because it
is close to my house.

Last book read: The Da Vinci Code

Favorite pastime: Work out and ride my
motorcycle.

Most interesting experience: My last
duty station Bahrain.





ESTON BOWEN

SJob title/command:
S< Housing Referral Assistant

SHometown: Bainbridge,
Ga.

Favorite duty station/
Why? New Orleans/ Different
cultures and outstanding food.

Last book read: The Richard Pryor Story

Favorite pastime: Golfing.

Most Interesting Experience: Meet-
ing new people while serving with the U.S.
Navy.

Who is your hero? My mother.


SUNDAY SERVICES

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.





IjhiAir News

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr.
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Cmdr. Ellis Bowler
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW/SS) Jeff Hudson
Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Kaylee LaRocque
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Clark Pierce
Assistant Editor QM2 Nicole Beatty
Staff Writer YNSN Aly Mahler
Design/Layout George Atchley
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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, July 10, 2008

Summer safety stand down promotes recreational awareness


By Kaylee LaRocque
Deputy PAO


NAS Jax conducted
its annual summer
safety stand down
July 2 at the base theater.
Coordinated by the base
safety office, the event
promoted recreational
safety awareness targeted
towards motorcyclists and
boaters.
NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Jack Scorby
Jr. kicked off the event.
"As members of the mili-
tary, we put our lives on
the line every day. What we
don't need to do however,
is take unnecessary risks.
We are now in the criti-
cal days of summer which
run from Memorial Day
through Labor Day. Last
year we lost 47 Sailors and
Marines during this time,"
said Scorby. "Eleven per-
cent of all fatalities in the
U.S. involve motorcycles. So
far this year, the Navy and
Marines Corps have lost 33
members due to motorcy-
cle accidents 30 of which
occurred on sport bikes.
I'm sad to say that three
of those deaths were NAS
Jacksonville Sailors," he
continued. "At NS Mayport,
in just the past six weeks,
they've had six motorcycle
accidents and two were
fatalities, two were brain
injuries and they will be
comatose for life and two
others have serious inju-
ries and lost work time.
Obviously, this is a seri-
ous issue and we need to
address it."
"And, with gas prices
going up, more people will
be riding motorcycles. I'm
looking at all the motorcy-
cle policies right now and
am making sure everyone
follows proper procedures. I
will take driving privileges
away from those who don't
follow the rules," stated
Scorby.
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Officer Capt. Rich Fite.
"One of the three motor-
cycle incidents was one
of our Sailors. As a CO,
you don't want to receive
that phone call early on a
Sunday morning especially
for something that was pre-
ventable. I really appreci-
ate the attendance today
and the focus on preventive
mishaps we can do it," he
said.
NAS Jax Safety Officer
Ron Williamson also provid-
ed the audience with some
statistics regarding Navy
fatalities. "This year, we've
had 44 personal motor vehi-
cle accidents Navy-wide.
We've also had 18 motor-
cycle fatalities including
seven within Commander,
Navy Region Southeast.
There have also been 16
recreational fatalities Navy-
wide," he said comparing it
to previous years. "As you
can see we are not doing too
well this year compared to
previous years."
Also speaking was Lt.
Bill Leeper of the Florida
Highway Patrol. "Driving
is one of the most danger-
ous things we do. Forty-
three thousand people die


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Photos by Kaylee LaRoc
each year in the U.S. due
to vehicle accidents. There
are several important fac-
tors that we as drivers can
control to help prevent
accidents. They are speed,
drinking and driving, using
seatbelts, not driving while
fatigued and pay attention,"
stated Leaper. "Our depart-
ment writes about 300,000
speeding tickets each year.
Speed limits are there for a
reason. We deal with a lot
of motor vehicle accidents
and one of the hardest
things to do is notify a fam-
ily that their loved one has
died in a car accident."
Base motorcycle instruc-
tor Connie Policastro began
her segment with a show
of hands as to how many
motorcyclists were in
the audience. More than
half raised their hands.
She discussed new regu-
lations both on and off
base for motorcycle riders
- including Florida's new-
est law that permits will
no longer be issued for
new motorcyclists. "As of
July 1, all new riders must
take a basic riding course
before they can obtain
their motorcycle license in
the State of Florida. This


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NAS Jax
Commanding
Officer Capt. Jack
Scorby Jr. reminds
NAS Jax Sailors
and Department
of Defense civil-
ians to stay safe
over the Fourth
of July and there-
after during the
NAS Jax Summer
Safety Stand
Down at the base
theater July 2.




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course is also mandatory
for a base sticker and every
three years, all riders must
go through a recertifica-
tion course. There is also a
new sport bike class that
all sport bike riders must
attend before obtaining
their base sticker," she said.
Policastro also discussed
personal protection equip-
ment (PPE), motorcycle
safety issues and ATV safe-
ty.
Closing out the safety
stand down was Mulberry
Cove Marina Manager Phil
Collins who discussed boat-
ing safety. "Remember cars
don't sink, boats do. Cars
have brakes, boats don't.
Cars have seatbelts, where-
as in a boat, a body becomes
airborne," said Collins.
He also offered several
boating safety tips. "Always
prepare and watch for bad
weather, practice driving
the boat, designate a sober
driver, understand the
rules of the road and take
a boater safety course," he
said.
As a reminder, Scorby
told the audience to follow
proper procedures when
out on the roads, wear seat-


belts and PPE because the
security department will be
cracking down on violators.
He also mentioned that he
is working with the city to
form an agreement that the


command will be notified
when military members vio-
late the laws out in town.
"We have to do something
to stop all these fatalities,"
he said.


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Fuller relieves Monday at VP-62
By Cmdr. George Naumovski
VP-62 Oft A


Cmdr. Scott Fuller relieved
Cmdr. Jack Monday as com-
manding officer of the VP-62
"Broadarrows" at the change of com-
mand ceremony June 28 in Hangar
117. Capt. T. D. Smyers, command-
ing officer of NAS Joint Reserve
Base Fort Worth, Texas, a former
Broadarrow skipper, was the guest
speaker.
With the charge, "I relieve you, sir,"
Fuller became the 27th commanding
officer of the Broadarrows.
Fuller, a native of Lockport, N.Y.,
graduated from the University of
Rochester and was commissioned an
ensign in 1991. Following flight train-
ing, he was designated a naval flight
officer (NFO) in 1993.
After fleet replacement training at
VP-30, Fuller reported for his first
operational tour with the VP-16 "War
Eagles" at NAS Jacksonville. Serving
as anti-submarine tactical coordinator
(TACCO) and NFO training officer, he
deployed to Iceland and Sicily.
He was also designated a patrol
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NATOPS instructor TACCO.
In 1997, Fuller returned to the
"Pro's Nest" of VP-30 to serve as a
fleet replacement squadron instruc-
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introduction team, he led the fleet
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In 1999, Fuller was accepted into
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to the Reserve ASW Training Center
at NAS Joint Reserve Base Willow
Grove, Pa., where he served as the
training officer, block modification


Cmdr. Scott Fuller
upgrade program transition officer,
and director of training.
Fuller reported back to NAS Jax
where he served as the training offi-
cer and maintenance officer for the
VP-62 "Broadarrows." He detached to
Kadena, Japan and Sigonella, Sicily
in support of the global war on terror-
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Maine from 2005 to 2006, he fully
integrated his combat aircrews into
CPRW-5. During his tenure, VP-92
received the CNO Safety "S" Award.
As the executive officer of VP-62,
Fuller performed active duty assign-
ments in Italy, Iceland, Panama, El
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and Norway.
Monday led the Broadarrows to
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battle efficiency "E" award while
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Monday led VP-62 to surpass 28
years and more than 93,672 hours of
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IN MEMORIAL
By Staff

Former NAS Jax Director of Information
Technology John Howle died suddenly July
1. Howle retired from NAS Jax in Jan. 2007
after working in the computer field for
20 years.
Howle's first job as a civil service
employee was at the NAS Jax Data '
Processing Department in 1974, which
was later renamed the Naval Regional ,
Data Automation Center (NARDAC). He
was then hired as a trainee programmer John
at NAS Cecil Field and worked there sev- Howle
eral years until returning to NAS Jax to work at the
Naval Supply Center. A year and a half later, he went
back to NARDAC as a telecommunication specialist.
Howle then took a job as the data processing direc-
tor at NAS Cecil Field. When Cecil Field closed, Howle
returned to NAS Jax Public Works Department, where
he became director of information technology in 1999.
He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Mary
Jeanette; daughters and sons-in law, Virginia and
Dell Cook, Katherine and Eric Farmer; grandchildren,
Katherine, Lauren and Andrew Cook and brothers
and sisters-in-law, David and Carol Howle, William
and Rendy Howle.


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By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
Special Contributor
We have all seen those
"not responsible for"
signs in restaurants. We
may also have seen the disclaim-
ers at some high-priced park-
ing lots. Perhaps we've read the
small print on our airline tick-
ets by which the airline assumes
no responsibility for delays or
missed connections.
If luggage is lost, the airline
may agree to pay an amount that
substantially limits their liability
and undervalues our lost prop-
erty.
These disclaimers have become
symbols of a culture of irrespon-
sibility. In short, people generally
don't want to assume responsi-
bility even for their own actions
and decisions. We like to blame
others so much that there is an
entire legal industry built around
victimization.
People cash-in on blaming oth-
ers to the extent that some have
been known to sue municipali-
ties for something as ridiculous as
falling over their own shoelaces.
Don't get me wrong, I'm all
for legal remedies for obvious
acts of negligence and malicious


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


intent. What I take exception to
is this culture of denying personal
responsibility.
The late-great comedian Flip
Wilson used a comical expression
when trying to place responsibil-
ity on someone else "The devil
made me do it!" Indeed, some
may go to the extreme of plac-
ing responsibility on God for their
own indiscretions and faulty self-
centered decisions, also known as
"sin."
Yes, I am going to take a big
risk here and address a topic
that may at best bore some and
at worst offend others. You see,
sin is one of the most bothersome
topics to address these days not
just because the depth of the sub-
ject is difficult but simply because
people do not want to take respon-
sibility and would much rather
blame others.
Related to this is the equally
compelling challenge as to what
to do with sin once it is recog-
nized for what it is. My personal
experience has been that when we
decide to take personal responsi-


Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
ability, God can start working in
our lives.
By the way, just a side note as
I attempt a simple definition. I
would like to propose that sin can
be simply defined as a sense of
separation from God.
This sense of separation from
God is an inherent state that all
human beings experience from


time to time. If this is the case,
then sin is not only related to
particular actions but is rather a
condition in people. This state of
affairs can lead to thoughts and
actions that are inconsistent with
God's good wishes.
Let me illustrate: a mother of
eight children had been visiting
the neighbor next door and left
her children alone.
Upon returning from her visit
she realized, to her horror, that
the kids were huddled in the cen-
ter of the living room around a
family of skunks.
The mother screamed, "Run,
children, run!" Each child grabbed
a skunk and ran. You get the pic-
ture?
Now, we're all running around
with this "skunk" neatly nestled
under our arm. The skunk is this
sinful nature we all possess.
Every once in a while the skunk
wants to stink up the place. That
is, something or someone may
entice us to either say or do the
wrong thing and we will find our-
selves ensnarled by a bad deci-


sion.
However, there is no need to
despair. There is practical wis-
dom that can be applied in pre-
venting those moments of weak-
ness. It starts with a very simple
advice expressed by no other than
Socrates when he articulated the
following: "Know yourself."
To be sure, if we know ourselves
then it should be easy to identify
those things that beguile us to do
what is wrong. We should be able
to identify those temptations that
move us to entertain unhealthy
thoughts.
This is important because as an
unhealthy desire is conceived in
the mind it can easily turn into
action.
As we come to know ourselves
we can then practice the disci-
pline of being transformed by the
renewing of our minds.
Be assured that God wants to
give us every good gift that comes
from "above."
We can't live perfect lives but
we can come to clearly see those
things that entice us and seek to
destroy the joy of living in proper
relationship with God and with
others.
Let's talk about that some time!


New safe house a refuge from domestic violence


Special from NAS Jax Fleet and
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cutting for the "Sailor's Home," a
new refuge for service members with
children who are victims of domestic
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"This house will be used by NAS
Jacksonville and its tenant commands
to shelter, comfort and counsel vic-
tims. The Sailor's Home is in a con-
fidential location that is controlled
by the station's Fleet and Family
Support Center," said Scorby.
The new Sailor's Home is specially
designed for service members with
children.
The Greater Jacksonville Area USO
and Ashley Furniture Industries
Inc. collaborated to provide furnish-
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shelves of the bathrooms and kitchen.
For information, call 542-2766.


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Schoeler relieves Szumlas at Navy Entomology Center of Excellence


By Lt. lan Sutherland
NECE


C mdr. George
Schoeler relieved
Cmdr. Daniel
Szumlas as officer in
charge (OIC) of the Navy
Entomology Center of
Excellence (NECE) June
27 at the NAS Jacksonville
Officers' Club.
Szumlas has served as the
OIC since September 2007.
He has follow on orders as
senior Navy liaison officer to
the U.S. Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention in
Atlanta, Ga.
Schoeler, a native of
Seattle, Wash., received
his bachelor's degree from
Boise State University, a


Cmdr. George Schoeler


Master of Science degree
from the University of
California, Berkeley, and
Doctor of Philosophy degree
from Oklahoma State


Cmdr. Daniel Szumlas


University.
In 1992, Schoeler was
assigned to the Navy
Disease Vector Ecology and
Control Center (DVECC),


NAS Alameda, Calif. He
deployed to Joint Task
Force Guantanamo Bay
and supported of flood relief
efforts in Missouri.
In 1994, he reported to
the Third Medical Battalion,
Third Force Service Support
Group, Marine Forces
Pacific, where he served as
commanding officer, Bravo
Company; battalion intel-
ligence and assistant opera-
tions officer; entomologist;
and head of the preventive
medicine department, Naval
Hospital Okinawa. Schoeler
deployed on exercises Cobra
Gold (Thailand), Freedom
Banner (Korea), Tandem
Thrust (Australia), and
served as preventive medi-


cine planner for Operation
Pacific Haven (Guam).
In 2000, Schoeler
reported to the Naval
Medical Research Center
Detachment, Lima, Peru
as head of the entomol-
ogy department. In 2003,
he was the assistant OIC,
DVECC Bangor, Wash.
Schoeler deployed as the
OIC, Forward Deployable
Preventive Medicine West
during Operation Iraqi
Freedom.
In 2005, he was select-
ed to serve at the Navy
Personnel Command,
Millington, Tenn. as the
medical service corps
healthcare sciences assign-
ment officer.


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technicians to Operations
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ing novel and experimental
products, participating in
humanitarian assistance
projects, or driving the
president's malaria initia-
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VP-5 Sailor honored for 'Bigs in Schools'


By MC3(AW)
Harry Rucker III
VP-5


N C1 Tanarsha
Fabian of the VP-
5 "Mad Foxes" was
honored recently by Big
Brothers Big Sisters of
Northeast Florida for being
actively involved in their
"Bigs in Schools" (BIS) pro-
gram.
Since January, Fabian
has given one hour per
week to mentor her "lit-
tle sister" at Hyde Grove
Elementary School.
During this time, Fabian
tutored her little sister in
math and helped her to pass
the Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test.


Her Big Brothers Big
Sisters commendation read,
"NC1 Fabian's participa-
tion in the BIS program is
just one indication of her
commitment and dedication
to helping others. She has
shown our organization that
she is a very responsible,
well-mannered individual.
NC1 Fabian has completed
20 community service hours
with our organization. Big
Brothers Big Sisters truly
appreciates the encourage-
ment and support she has
provided to her little sis-
ter."
The Big Brothers Big
Sisters of Northeast Florida
matches caring, adult men-
tors with children ages 6
through 18 who come pri-


By MU1 Paul Roberts
Navy Band Southeast
The Navy Band Southeast Woodwind Quintet,
directed by MU1 Paul Roberts, recently unveiled
a new concept for their school concert series. MU2
Christina Shelhamer and her son, Charlie, co-authored
an original children's story that was orchestrated and
narrated by the members of the quintet.
Since the March premier of "The Great Adventures of
Charlie Crow," they have performed the show 24 times
at primary schools throughout Jacksonville and the
Southeast region.
In the story, Charlie Crow
travels around the world to
explore music and internation-
al traditions from the United
States to France, Kenya, China,
S and Peru. Many familiar pieces
i of music were used in the pro-
gram, chosen specifically to
reflect each country and to serve
Sl as interludes while Charlie trav-
eled between countries. When
the Shelhamers finished the
Photo courtesy NBSE
Navy Band Southeast story in 2007, members of the
Woodwind Quintet quintet researched and arranged
member MU2 Christina music that reflected the spirit
Shelhamer narrates of the story. In addition to per-
"The Great Adventures forming the music, quintet mem-
of Charlie Crow," an bers used a host of unique sound
orchestrated story she effects to enhance the dramatic
co-authored with her effect for the audience.
son. "The incredible success of
this show, cannot be wholly summed up", said Assistant
Director MUCM(SW) James Malmgren, "Not only has
it had significant impact on the young, impressionable
minds of children whose exposure to music and arts is
already limited it has also invigorated the reputa-
tion of our community outreach program. I already have
requests for performances during the 2008-2009 school
year. Further, it opened a niche for our quintet personnel
that gave them an inspiring new sense of focus."
Navy Band Southeast Woodwind Quintet includes
Shelhamer, MU1 Paul Roberts, MU2 Dexter Jones, MU3
Robert Knapp and MU3 Amanda Richmond.






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NAVFAC secretary surprised by award

By Sue Brink
NAVFAC Southeast Public Affairs
Officer


Naval Facilities
Engineering
Command Southeast
Command Secretary Judy
Doggett was presented
the Meritorious Civilian
Service Award by NAVFAC
Southeast Commanding
Officer Capt. Michael
Blount June 25 as friends,
family and co-workers
applauded.
As NAVFAC Southeast
employees and military
lined up outside of the head-
quarters entrance for what
appeared to be a normal
award ceremony Doggett
noticed things were a lit-
tle different. There were a
couple of former command-
ing officers in the crowd,
military friends from out of
town, and finally, she saw
her own family was pres-
ent. "Today we recognize an
employee who has done out-
standing work not only dur-
ing our transformation, but
for the past 17 years," said
Blount. "Judy Doggett, come
on up here!"
Doggett was so surprised
she was speechless. Her job
is to coordinate all of the
military and civilian awards
through the front office and
she had no idea who was


Photo by Sue Brink, NAVFAC Southeast PAO
NAVFAC Southeast Commanding Officer Capt. Michael Blount presents Command Secretary
Judy Doggett with her Meritorious Civilian Service Award.


being recognized.
Capt. Mark Jackson,
incoming executive officer,
told the crowd that during
a period of massive change,
Doggett expertly created,
organized and ran the com-
mand suite as it exploded
from 400 to 1,700 people in
2006.
"Doggett's superior knowl-
edge of personnel and admin-
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encounters has gained her
the utmost respect and
admiration."
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the command secretary for
over 17 years. NAVFAC
Southeast is holding is
change of command ceremo-
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that he could not leave with-
out recognizing Doggett for
her support, dedication to the
command, and the accom-
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Navy Region Southeast


welcomes CMC Curtin I


By MCI Monica Nelson
Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs
Transitioning from
the cool climate of
Bremerton, Wash.
and a tour on USS John C.
Stennis (CVN 74), CMDCM
Joseph Curtin temporarily
left behind his senior chief
wife and six children for
the much warmer climate
of Commander Navy Region
Southeast.
"I'm drinking from the
fire hose now," Curtin said,
in reference to his need to
learn as much as possible as
fast as possible in his new
position as Navy Region
Southeast command master
chief (CMC).
Curtin's leadership as
command master chief
requires not only that he
learn fast, but also includes
frequent air travel to work
with many of his team
members at their respective
commands throughout the
region.
"The admiral is the think-
ing man. He has the vision
for next year and for the
future," said Curtin. "The
chief of staff, the executive
director, myself, others we
handle the day-to-day busi-
ness operations that imple-
ment his policies."
Before becoming a CMC
five years ago, Curtin
served 20 years as a damage
controlman. "All my Navy
tours have been memorable,
but probably the most fun
was on board the hydro-
foils in Key West. We used
to race them against the

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course meets at 1:30 p.m. every
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Photo by MC1 Monica Nelson
CNRSE Command Master Chief CMDCM Joseph Curtin.


LCACs (Landing Craft, Air
Cushioned)," said Curtin.
"The hydrofoils had eight
Harpoon missiles on the
stern and a gun on the bow.
They are really cool ves-
sels."
Professionally, Curtin's
favorite tour was on USS
George Washington (CVN
73) where he served five
years and did two deploy-
ments. "It was my first sea
tour as a chief petty officer.
We were supposed to have
three chiefs, but I was the
only one." He spent his final
year on board serving as the
ship's fire marshal.
"I still keep in touch with
many of my firemen there,"
Curtin said. "They send me
emails. It's great because a
lot of them are making chief
now.
Arriving at CNRSE less
than a month ago, Curtin
stays busy meeting the


demands of his new position
and house hunting in his
time off. His wife arrives in
August, and they hope to be
well established by the time
school begins.
"I can't tell you how my
mom would describe my per-
sonality because moms are
biased," said Curtin. "But
dads tell it like it is. My dad
would say I'm hard headed,
motivated and personable."
Curtin intends on using
those traits to lead by exam-
ple. "I won't ask someone
else to do something I won't
do. I plan to keep this the
Navy's best region, includ-
ing more career advance-
ments with the personnel
here."
Aside from inspiring peo-
ple to succeed, Curtin looks
forward to spending time
with his family and explor-
ing Northeast Florida on his
Harley Davidson.


Ladies Night


Photo courtesy of HS-5
HS-5 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Roy Undersander, his three children, and Lt. Todd Dupree
admire his new ride in Hangar 116.

HS-5 exceeds NMCRS goal, CO gets new paint
By Lt. Allen Langston
HS 5 PAO


Like all commands
stationed aboard
NAS Jacksonville,
the HS-5 "Nightdippers"
worked together to raise
significant funds for the
Navy and Marine Corps
Relief Society (NMCRS)
during this year's annual
fund drive.
In addition, Commanding
Officer (CO) Cmdr. Roy
Undersander "upped the
ante" by pledging to apply
flames and NASCAR-like
designs on his personal
vehicle when the squadron
reached its goal. His other
choice was a CO dunking
booth.
The base goal for HS-5
was $5,016, but the squad-
ron set a higher total of
$6,000. When it was all
totaled up, the Nightdippers
raised $6,123 for the annual
NMCRS fund drive.
So when you see a white
Ford Contour with flames
and a NASCAR-like paint
theme, it is a symbol of HS-
5 Sailors' generosity. The
paint scheme is similar to
the Navy-sponsored car
that races in NASCAR.


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Photo by AEC Raymond Derrick
Cmdr. Allen Crisp (right), executive officer of CNATTU Jacksonville, congratulates AD1(AW/
SW) Jude Ezedike for his selection to Officer Candidate School.

CNATTU instructor selected


to officer candidate school


By AEC Raymond Derrick
CNATTU Jacksonville PAO


Instructor AD1(AW/SW) Jude Ezedike,
of the Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit (CNATTU)
Jacksonville H-60 Maintenance Training
Unit, was recently selected to attend
Officer Candidate School (OCS) this
September in Newport, R.I., where he will
pursue a commission as a naval surface
warfare officer.
Ezedike came to the U.S. in 1996
from Nigeria after winning a U.S. State
Department visa in a lottery drawing. He
lived with his uncle in Baltimore, Md. but
with a driving desire to further his educa-
tion, Ezedike joined the Navy in 1997.
He attended Recruit Training Command
in Great Lakes, Ill., followed by Aviation
Machinist Mate "A" school at Naval Air
Technical Training Center in Pensacola,
Fla. Since then, Ezedike completed tours
at VS-32, AIMD Mayport and HS-15.
He also found time to earn an Associate
of Arts Degree, Associate of Science
Degree, Bachelor of Science Degree, and a
Master of Science Degree in Aeronautics/
Space Study and Management.
"After completing my masters degree,
General Electric tried really hard to get me


to leave the Navy to work as an engineer
at their aircraft engine plant in Evandale,
Ohio, but I declined," said Ezedike. "I felt
the Navy had given me so much that it was
time for me to give back. Getting selected
for the OCS program allows me greater
opportunity to do that."
Ezedike credits his command career
counselor and mentors at HS-15 "Red
Lions" for lending their support and guid-
ance during the commissioning application
process.
"Petty Officer Ezedike is a very squared-
away Sailor," said ATCS(AW/SW) Andy
Andrews. "I expect that he will do very
well at OCS and become an efficient lead-
er, as he leads by example."
Upon completion of OCS, Ezedike will
receive his commission as a naval offi-
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Worldwide conference trains EFMP reps


By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jax Marketing


M1 Nathan Blosser,
the Exceptional
Family Member
Program (EFMP) coordi-
nator at the Naval Branch
Health Clinic in Gulfport,
Miss., remembers the
rewarding feeling he got
helping a Seabee deployed
to Kuwait in February
2008.
The Sailor's wife was hos-
pitalized at National Naval
Medical Center Bethesda
undergoing extensive treat-
ment for a blood clot to the
brain. Blosser served as a
liaison between the sponsor,
the patient and the health
care team to exchange
information and ensure
timely enrollment in the
EFMP. The Sailor returned
home on emergency leave
to be with his wife. Blosser
said, "He was very grateful
and I had the satisfaction of
knowing they were getting
the proper care."
Blosser and more than 75
EFMP command represen-


tatives attended the world-
wide EFMP Conference
from June 24-26 at NAS
Jacksonville to gain a bet-
ter understanding of the
program and their role. The
EFMP provides coordinated
medical, educational, com-
munity and personnel sup-
port to active duty military
families with long-term spe-
cial needs.
The Chief of Naval
Personnel's Personal
and Family Readiness
Policy Analyst and EFMP
Manager Marcia Hagood
coordinated the conference.
She chose Jacksonville
because of its Category Five
status one of five state-
side duty stations where
EFMP families may be
given a long-term assign-
ment.
She said, "The EFM
program ensures family
members are in a location
where their needs are well
met and allows the service
members to focus on their
career."
Patients in this category
require highly specialized,


Photo by MC1(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Capt. Raquel Bono, commanding officer of Naval Hospital
Jacksonville, gives opening remarks to personnel attending
the Navy Exeptional Family Member Conference June 26.
Bono expressed thanks to all those who support this program
and the families who rely on it.


complex medical, mental or
education services most of
which are provided in the
civilian community.
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville EFMP
Coordinator Galya Taborn
assisted with site logis-
tics. "It is important that
EFMP reps overseas and
in CONUS network with
each other. They need a
good understanding of the
program and the resourc-
es available to them. The
EFMP coordinators match
duty stations with needs of
the family members," she
explained.
Work and Family Life
Specialist Diane Brown
traveled from Millington,
Tenn. to learn more about
her collateral duties as an
EFMP representative. "It is
very eye opening, challeng-
ing and a lot of very good
information," she said.
On the final day of the
conference, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Raquel Bono
spoke of the challenges
military families with spe-


cial needs face in Key West,
Fla. Bono has oversight for
Naval Branch Health Clinic
Key West and ensures
they are well served. She
explained how important it
is for these families to be
identified before they are
sent to locations that are
medically underserved like
Key West.
Bono said, "We have to do
the work up front. I can't
tell you how important
your jobs are to get these
families identified early -
before they receive orders
- to ensure the services
they need are available.
What you do is extremely
important."
Enrollment in the EFMP
identifies family members
with long-term needs for
special medical and edu-
cation services. It ensures
these families are located
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Rebecca Kruck
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The Navy's first phys-
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uniform a gold
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blue shorts, with "NAVY"
in reflective lettering on
both is now available at
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enlisted Sailors will be
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their operational support
centers.
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annual physical fitness
tests, the gold shirt is mois-
ture-wicking and odor-resis-


tant polyester with reflec-
tive lettering on back and
front. The navy blue shorts
are also nylon moisture
wicking and odor resistant,
and come in six- and eight-
inch lengths.
They also have reflective
Navy lettering, with side
pockets and a hidden iden-
tification card pocket inside
the waistband.
A windbreaker is also
being considered to comple-
ment the new PT uniforms.
To learn more about the
Navy's new uniforms, visit:
www.npc.navy.mil/com-
mandsupport/usnavyuni-
forms.


Eco-reminder...
From Staff
All NAS Jax personnel are reminded that any type of used battery is recyclable
and is considered hazardous waste.
Batteries should not be thrown into a trash can.
All batteries can be taken to the Self-Help Department in Building 27 to be recycled.


Photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
HM3 Joseph Deering, from Naval Hospital Jacksonville
shops for a new physical training (PT) uniform at the NAS
Jacksonvlle Navy Exchange. The uniform consists of a gold
short sleeved shirt and Navy blue shorts and is now required
when participating in group command physical training, as
well as the semi-annual physical readiness test (PRT).


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Special tour


Photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
John McCoy (right), NAS Jax Public Works construction manager, shows off what he says is the "biggest hangar in the
Navy" to two of Congressman Ander Crenshaw's (R-Fla.) representatives as Public Works Officer Cmdr. Chuck Lewis
looks on. Jackie Smith (far left), district director, and Erica Striebel, legislative director/military affairs aide, came to
NAS Jacksonville July 3 to check on the progress of this and several other projects on base.



Individual Augmentee family fun day


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for new parents

From FFSC
The Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC)
announced a parenting program to help assure the
healthy growth, development and early literacy of
young children, from newborns to 5-year-olds.
Developed in conjunction with United Way of Northeast
Florida, Born Learning will meet on Tuesday (July 22 and
29; Aug. 5, 12 and 19), from 4 to 6 p.m. at the NAS Jax
Child Development Center.
FFSC Education and Training Coordinator Wilhelmina
Nash explained, "Throughout the early years, your child
will grow and change tremendously. Whether you are a
mom, a dad, a grandparent or a childcare professional,
you are facing one of life's most rewarding and challenging
experiences raising or caring for a child. Born Learning
is very interactive. There will be refreshments, door prizes
and a free Born Learning Tool Kit for all participants."
Parents and caregivers will investigate the following
topics: Playing the Games; Learning on the Go; Dads are
Different (I:'\ \-.i\-l.i Activities for Dads); Ages and Stages;
and Effective Discipline.
To register, call 542-2766 ext. 127.


By Mike Brazier
FFSC


More than 15 spous-
es and 20 children
of deployed Sailors
gathered at the NAS Jax
outdoor pool June 21 for
a day of fellowship, shar-
ing information and just
having some old-fashioned
summer fun.
Hosted by NAS
Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center
(FFSC) and Morale, Welfare
and Recreation (MWR), this
was the first in a series of
planned events designed to
give spouses of individual
augmentees (IA) a venue to
discuss challenges, joys and
success strategies.
MWR provided pizza, bev-
erages and pool activities.
The FFSC provided infor-
mation and referrals, plus,
information handouts and
DVDs.
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Scheduled IA family
events include:
*July 15, 6-7 p.m. FFSC-
IA Family Support Group;
overview and services
Aug. 13, 6-7 p.m. FFSC-
IA Family Support Group;
financial management
Sept. 11 a.m.- 2 p.m.
MOSH and lunch
Sept. (TBD) IA
Appreciation Luncheon
Oct. 16, 6-7 p.m. FFSC-
IA Support Group; deploy-
ment psychologist/FFSC
child mental health coun-
selor
Nov. 8, 6-8 p.m.
Bowling Night & Heavy
Snacks
Dec. 11, 6-7 p.m. FFSC-
IA Support Group; sharing
experiences
Times and dates are
subject to change.


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summer fun at the FFSC /MWR-sponsored event at the NAS
Jacksonville outdoor pool.


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HOUSING: Tearing down the old to build the new

From Page 1 ..


manages the houses. All
Department of Defense installa-
tions in the continental United
States are moving to PPV.
Senior Vice President Robert
Shepko said, "This marks the
beginning of a dynamic public-
private venture and a new way of
providing not just housing but
world-class neighborhoods that
include community centers with
swimming pools, playgrounds and
planned social events for our mili-
tary families."
Shepko added that the PPV
partnership owes much to the
valuable input and oversight pro-
vided by CNRSE, Commander
Naval Installations Command,
Naval Facilities Engineering
Command Southeast, plus, base
commanders and housing direc-
tors.
NAS Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. John Scorby Jr. has high
expectations for the partnership.
"This is not your father's military
housing. The people of Balfour
Beatty Communities respect
America's military and the role
we play in protecting our nation's
freedom. Improving life on the
home front shows our Sailors and
Marines that we care about them
and their families. I also believe
PPV housing will be an effective
retention tool."
"Many people on our Balfour
Beatty team have served in the
military, so they fully understand
the military lifestyle. In addition
to providing top-notch architec-
ture and amenities, they pledge
to 'think green' with energy effi-
cient construction and landscap-
ing techniques," Scorby added.
Much to the crowd's delight,
Vitale, and then Scorby, maneu-
vered an excavator toward an old
duplex and began demolishing the


Photo by Clark Pierce
U.S. Navy officials, Balfour Beatty executives and other dignitaries break ground for new family housing at NAS Jacksonville.


structure.
The groundbreaking/demolition
ceremony included an enthusiastic
invocation by NAS Jax Command
Chaplain (Cmdr.) Gerald Felder
and a heart-felt a cappella rendi-
tion of the national anthem by
MU2 Mallory McKendry of Navy
Band Southeast. Representing
Navy families who will benefit
from the new housing were HM3
Ebony Wilson, her husband, Allen
Morris and their son, Mehki.
According to Shepko, the NAS
Jacksonville PPV will demolish
300 obsolete homes, construct
494 new homes and renovate 26
others in the Patriots Point fam-
ily housing area. "We anticipate
a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the
first phase of new homes in about
12 months."


The groundbreaking and demoli-
tion ceremony commemorated the
PPV approach to housing at the
following bases in Navy Region
Southeast: NWS Charleston,
S.C.; NSB Kings Bay, Ga.; NAS
Jacksonville; NS Mayport; NAS
Key West, Fla.; NSA Panama
City, Fla.; NAS Pensacola, Fla.;
NAS Whiting Field, Fla.; NCBC
Gulfport, Miss.; NAS Meridian,
Miss.; and NAS-JRB Fort Worth,
Texas. When construction and
renovations are complete, Balfour
Beatty Communities will lease
and maintain more than 5,000
homes in the southeast region.
Watching the demolition of
old housing were (from right)
ABH2(AW/ASW) Michael Waldrop,
his twin sons Sean and Avery, and
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Cyclists from northeast Florida and southeast Georgia pedal to the site of the accident that
claimed the life of Lt. Cmdr. James Warmowski on U.S. 17 south of Green Cove Springs.

MEMORIAL RIDE: Honors Lt.Cmdr.Warmowski


From Page 1

follow the rules of the road.
We, like motorists, must
obey all traffic laws."
One of the most moving
moments of the memorial
ride occurred when par-
ticipants sang God Bless
America, followed by the
laying of the wreath by
NAS Jax Sailors Capt. Mike
Vernere, Lt. Juan Gonzalez
and AW1(AW) Shawn
Winn.
The service concluded
with MU2 Jamie Kauffman
of Navy Band Southeast
playing Taps.
Ride organizer, Team
Navy Jax Captain Miriam
S. Gallet, said the annu-
al event is made possible
by the sponsorship of the
North Florida Bicycle Club
and the generosity of the
NAS Jax Commissary.
She reminded every-
one that the ride served
two purposes. "First is to
remember our fallen cyclist


and second, is for us to
learn to share the road
safely," she said.
Bikers Against Child
Abuse, a local motorcycle
organization, escorted the


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BOWLING CENTER
For more information call 542-3493.

Wednesday
Active duty bowl for free
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.

80 Days of Summer
Now through Sept. 1
Youth bowlers 17 and younger receive one
free game daily until 5 p.m.
Free give-a-ways throughout the summer!
THE ZONE COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for more information.

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

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

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

Outdoor Pool Open
Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 6
p.m.
Sunday 1-5 p.m.
Free for all active duty, dependents,
Department of Defense employees, retirees
& reservists.
$3 for all civilian contractors & guests.

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

Summer Slim Down
12-week exercise program
Now through Aug. 31
Prizes awarded!
Call 542-3518 for more details.

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

Jacksonville Suns Baseball
Tickets on sale now at I.T.T.
$4.50- $10.50

Bryan Adams & Foreigner
July 22 at 7:30 p.m.
Reduced to $65 per person

Jaguar Tickets on sale July 16 at 9 a.m.
Only 4 tickets per person, per game on


opening sales day
Pre-season Atlanta Falcons on August 9
-section 147 $58.25
Pre-season Miami Dolphins on August 16
-section 147 $58.25
Regular season tickets $42 $59 for 400-
level, 200-level & section 147

ITT SunCruz Casino Trip
July 20
$5 per person, receive $5 back in casino
money
Sign-up by July 14 at ITT

LIBERTY COVE RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restrict-
ed to E1-E6 single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call the Liberty
Cove Recreation Center for more details,
542-3491.

Jacksonville Suns Baseball Game
July 10
Free admission and transportation

Dave Matthews Band Concert in West
Palm Beach
July 12 13 at the Cruzan Amphitheater
$90 per person; includes one-night lodging
and transportation
MOVIES
Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details call 542-
3491.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Bank Job (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. College Road Trip (G)
Saturday, 7 p.m. 10,000 B.C. (PG-13)
July 18, 7 p.m. Shutter (PG-13)
July 19, 5 p.m. Penelope (PG)
July 19, 7 p.m. Step Loss (R)
July 25, 7 p.m. Drillbit Taylor (PG-13)
July 25, 5 p.m. Welcome Home Roscoe
Jenkins (PG-13)
July 25, 7 p.m. Semi Pro (PG-13)
NAS JAX GOLF CLUB
Golf course info: 542-3249
Mulligan's info: 542-2936.

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
Golf Club
New rates! $15 per person, includes cart
and 18-holes green fee.
July 15 for active duty.
July 17 for retirees and Department of
Defense personnel.

Junior Summer Clinic
1st session age group (11-17), July 7-11
2nd session age group (6-10), July 21-25
3rd session age group (11-17), Aug. 4-8
8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Monday F,-i.l.iy
$95 per week-long session

Ladies Golf Clinic
Every Thursday through July 31
$10 per session
Includes one hour with professional staff,
range balls and equipment.

O'CLUB & T-BAR
For information on booking command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
call the Officers' Club main office, 542-
3041.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Fi'i.i.y, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.

MULBERRY COVE MARINA
Call 542-3260.


Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 per person
July 11-13 and 19-20
August 8-10 and 16-17
September 5-7 and 13-14


Photos courtesy of MWR
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October 17-19 and 25-26

YOUTH ACTIVITIES
For more information, call 778-9772.

Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) regis-
tration going on now!
Open to children 4 years of age.
VPK classes start Aug. 18.
For more information please call 778-9772.

Ladies Night
Every Monday through August 4
6:45-8 p.m.
Dinner, manicures, games and prizes!

Nikes & Pumps Teen Dance
July 12, 7 -11 p.m.
Food, music, dancing, contests and more!


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Nina recieved the
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swimmer award for
her class.


Before and After
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July 21, 9 a.m. 6
p.m.
Registration packets
now available for pick-
up
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Range, and great
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Large family room
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dows overlooking
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garage.
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Beautiful turn of the century 2/1.5 cottage in the
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" Fully renovated
a New plumbing
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a New paint (exterior and interior)
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SCrown molding
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a Granite countertops
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a Well manicured and landscaped front and back
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* New architecturally correct storage shed.
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" Spacious 3 & 4 bedroom townhomes with garages

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Directions: From 1-295, exit 103rd Street West- travel 7 miles. Turn right at dead end. Turn
Left onto Normandy Blvd. Community is 1.5 miles on right.

Now Renting to: Active Duty & Retired Military Members, Coast Guard,
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S Eagles Hammock
Northside 9-A & Alta to
SYellow Bluff Rd 4 br 2
ba 2,114 SF 2 car
Garage Lakefront Built 2006
$249,900.00-- Call 904 613 3474
SFLEMING ISLAND
3/2, living, dining,
at office rooms, Irg
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$1,600m Call 904-710-4343
4 FLEMING ISLAND
Beautiful 5/3 hm + den
in Eagle Harbor.
$1750mo. Avail 07/01.
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FLEMING ISLAND
Stonecreek- Eagle
Harbor. Immaculate
3/2.5, 2029sf, great
location & amenities, 2 car
garage, large bedrooms,
acuzzi, upgraded cabinets
$1350mo. 904-269-7615
MANDARIN 3/2.5 TH
end sunrm, micro, fridg
w/d, no gar, fncd, grt loc
$1100m+dp. 904-613-0883
MANDARIN 3/2 patio
home, gar, fenced, new
tile, 1359 square feet,
sec sys, $1050 mo+ sec
343-3841
S MIDDLEBURG
Hwy 220 3/2/2 Fire-
; /place, scrnd patio,
Ig fenced backyard,
clean, great neighbor-
hood, avail 8/1. $1100/mo
904-806-1188.
MURRAY HILL Ador-
able bungalow 2/1 on dbl
lot, new kit/ba, $850 mo.
pets ok. 912-674-5387


NORTHSIDE Near Edge-
wood/ 1-95 4/2, 1156 SF,
$865/mo, 904-387-9399
Open House 7/10 5pm.
Oakleaf- Exec 4/3, 2426sf
quiet, Culdesac, lanai, Ig
FR & MBR, w/d, upgrds.
gr loc. $1450mo 505-3648
OAKLEAF Rent/RTO
Newer 4/2 & 4/3, upgrades
galore $1295-$1395m. Nr.
amenities. 904-236-9889
ORANGE PARK
Pool home, 4/2, 1850sf,
Florida room, deck,
large yard. Aval July 1
$1250mo. + Dep. 891-4906
ORANGE PARK
Nr shopping and NAS
3/1 clean & upgraded,
920sf, carport, 1st mo.
& security, small animal.
$780mo. 9047-234-7778
Orange Park 4/2, 2600sf
cathedral ceilings In Irg
rooms, pool. $1495/mo.
Heritage Hills. 544 Lewis
Morris. 716-7766
Ortega-Historic 3/2.5
w/pool. Walk to river-
front parks and Ortega
Village $1500/mo 707-5847
Ortega Hills 7409 Pinev-
ille Dr. 5 minutes from
base, 3/2 all brick,
hardwd firs, $925mo.
$800dep. Call 563-5211
San Jose Estates 3/2, LR,
DR, sunroom, wd firs,
no smokers or pets
$1250. Call 904-386-1009
SST. MARY'S SUGAR
MILL PLANTATION
Beautiful 4 br 2213 sq
ft Heated, Cul-de-sac 5
Min to Base and shopping
Large lot view to lake ,
Handicapped equipped
Offered at $265,000
912-322 4827 / 912-399-1682


WESTSIDE Off 103rd
1BR & 2BR, $595 & $695,
Fenced yard, No W/D hook
up, Reference Required
778-2897
WESTSIDE NAS Jax.
3/2.5 TH 1400sf gar, pool,
basic cbl, gorgeously
remod, $1000m 631-2351
WESTSIDE nr NAS Jax.
2 master suites, 1200 SF,
gar, pool, basic cbl.
Rent Disc $750m 631-2351
S WESTSIDE
3/2, 1800sf, cul-de-sac,
Irg fncd yrd, 15 min to
NAS Jax, pets nego-
tiable. $1150mo + $1150dep.
Call Ginny 504-0648 PCS
Westside 3br/2ba, 1940sf,
2 car garage, fenced in
yard, sprinkler system,
community inground
pool, 5.5 miles to NAS
base, 3 miles to mall
and shopping.
6282 Ironside Dr S.
$1195mo. + dep.
Please call Chuck Dubois,
904-268-0035
WESTSIDE NAS Jax.
3/2.5 TH 1400sf goar, pool,
basic cbl, gorgeously
remod, $1000m 631-2351
WESTSIDE nr NAS Jax.
TH, 2 master suites, 1200
SF, gar, pool, basic cbl.
$750m. 904-631-2351



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SW 2/2, $625. DW 3/2,
$875 + dep on priv lots,
new crpt, point. 982-2762
WESTSIDE $500 Move-in!
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$480mo. Call for appt
904-375-1814


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Broker Cooperation Welcome.2008 KB Home (KBH). Provided the following conditions are met, at closing Buyer shall receive a contribution from Seller toward closing costs equal to either: (a) 1.5% of the base price for homes on which construction has not yet started (not including location premiums or options or upgrades); or (b) 1.5% of the purchase price for homes on which construction has started, including location
premiums and the price of options or upgrades, if any, already incorporated into the home (but not including additional options and upgrades selected by the Buyer). The following conditions apply: 1. Buyer (or, if there is more than one Buyer, at least one Buyer) must be an active-duty or retired military personnel member in the U.S. Armed Forces and provide a valid BLUE or GREEN U.S. Armed Forces Identification Card
(Form 1173). 2. Seller may call Buyer's employer at any time to very Buyer's employment status. 3. Buyer must (i) finance the purchase of the Property using Sellers affiliated lender, Countrywide KB Home Loans, LLC' ("CKBH), and (ii) use Associated Land Title, 9440 Philips Highway, Suite 7, Jacksonville, Florida 32256, or other preferred title company of Seller, as the title company for this transaction for closing
and title insurance purposes (the Preferred Title Company). Not all buyers will qualify. All incentives provided Seller to Buyer are subject to loan underwriting guidelines which may limit 3rd party contributions. If (a) the total amount of the incentives described above, and any other incentives offered to Buyer by Seller, exceed the 3rd party contributions permitted under Buyers selected loan program, or (b) Buyer's
selected loan program does not permit any particular Seller incentive, or (c) the actual cost of the items to which Sellers contribution is to be applied is less than the full amount of the applicable incentive, then, in any such case, unless otherwise specifically indicated, Buyer shall not receive the full incentive or the particular incentive and will not be entitled to receive the shortfall by way of any other substitute incentive or
compensaton. Incentives are not substiutable, transferable or redeemable for cash. BUYER IS NOT REQUIRED TO USE CKBHL AS BUYER'S LENDER OR THE PREFERRED TITLE COMPANY FOR CLOSING OR TITLE SERVICES ON THIS TRANSACTION. BUYER IS FREE TO USE ANY LENDER AND TITLE COMPANY OF BUYER'S CHOICE BUT SHALL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR THESE INCENTIVES IF BUYER
CHOOSES ANOTHER LENDER OR TITLE COMPANY Seller, CKBHL and the Preferred title Company are independently responsible for the products and services each company offers. Buyer is responsible for all residual dosing costs and pro-paid items. T o qualify for these offers, buyer must sign a purchase contract between 7/1/08 and 7/31/08 and close in the time required in the contract. All active-duty or retired
military personnel who are designated employees in their conflict of interest code should consult their agency attorney. Closing costs refers only to nonrecurring closing costs such as loan points and foees for escrow, insurance and appraisal. Payment of Broker Co-op requires Broker to accompany and register buyer on first visit and comply with Broker Co-op Agreement. See Built to Order" options and upgrades offered
at KB Home Studio. All optionspgrades require additional charges, may require ordering at predetermined stages of construct and are subject to changediscontinuaton anyme y KB Home. KB Home is not a custom homebuilder and Built to Order only applies to appicesoptions available at KB Home Studio. Plans, pricing, financing, terms, availability and specifications subject to change/prior sale without notice
and may ry by neighborhood, lot location and home series. Additionalcharges apply lot premiums, o n rades. Ber responsible fo all taxes, insurance and other fees. S. footage is approximate. Continued scope/preservation of pond/preserveaterfrontooded areas subject to change and is not guaranteed. Photos show upgraded landscaping/options and may not represent communities lowest-priced
homes. Map not to scale. KB Home reserves the right o extend, modify or discontinue any offers at anytime tt prir note. Other restctons and limitations may apply. See sales ounslor for details. CRC057509. JAX-74861
1-3] Advertised monthly payments assume a sales price of 1) $140,990; 2) $186,990; 3) $139,990 and includes principal and interest and estimated private mortgage insurance only; taxes, insurance and any other fes such as HOA not included. Monthly mortgage insurance premium i required until loan-to-value reaches 78%. Senarios assume borrower qualifies for an FHA 30-year fixed rate mortgage loan of 1)
r $138,812;2)$184,101; 3) $137,827 i a rate of 6.00% %(16616 .587%; 3)661% Als asmes buyer pays down payment of .00% of es pri d pays all applicable closing costs. Scenaios assume the buyer has g credit, sets up a tax & insurance escrow account, and provides ll documentation. Rates effective 7/2 and subject to change
NwHome without note. This ofer is only available through Countrywide KB Home Loans, LLC, howeverfinancingmaybe obtinedthroughanyther lender. CounrywideKB Home Loans,LLCand KB Home are independentlyresponsiblefortheproducts and serviceseachcompany offers. 1 AR
e Countrywide KB Home Loans, LLC and Counrywide Bank, FSB are Equal Housing Lenders. 2008 Countywide KB Home Loans, LLC, 27001 Agoura Road, Suite 200, Calabasas Hills, California 91301. Countrywide KB Home Loans, LLC is a subsidiary of Countrywide Bank, FSB. Trade/service marks are the respective property of Countrywide KB Home Loans, LLC,
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Bin $400. 724-4410 Drop- Leaf table and Boy's Cargo Brand Green Cove Sat. 7/12 7-11 Mandarin 11068 River 349 Baisden Rd. Thur, 6.0 HOP Self Pro- Yamaha Royal Star
CNA's \ 4 chairs w/white Bedroom Bunk Bed Located off Sandridge Creek Dr. E. Fri, Sat 8-4 Fri, Sat, Sun. 8am-til pulled Rear Bagger '06 Midnight Ven-
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tion $450 234-4410 ciths, Powerwheels, bike By Amber Lane yrs of good iunk must go! 904-692-3763 Come See
Center Hot Wheels for Sale __-__________Styxx Jenkins.
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of Wells 5:oopm. Sat 7/12, Bam 7091 Wiley 1600cc Custom Paint Military, Bad Credit
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RACING TIRE from set; $10 Barbie chrome, mangy seat,lots of NO PROBLEM!
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Ph: (904) 264-1950 tainment center, $700. 4.5 HP Murray $55. MB MOTORWarranty
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or 477024 Call 5343422 Navi, CD, Lhtr, Over 4Cyl, Gas Saver
S"M AY /MOVING SALE LOTS $100,000 New, Now $15,990 998-0012
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voted need to apply. Must sell 674-0405 l 04 Auto, 6cyl. new
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for pair.Pic El.W CARUSOIget this fisherman w/Low Miles extras.. $11K. 904-287-2479
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