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M-Cycle Safety Big, Big Bass Spartans Grow
Rear Adm. Johnson Hosts Roundtable MWR BassTourney Hooks Lunkers HSM-70 Now Counts Four MH-60Rs
Page 3 Pages 4-5 Page 11


THURSDAY. APRIL 16. 2009 www.jaxalrnews.com


S


MPRF Reunion and Symposium


at NAS Jax was a global attraction
By It. Bill Schmermund r
VP-10 Pblihc Affairs OffierI


With a record-setting atten-
dance of more than 500
active duty, reserve and
retired VP/VQ officers from around the
world, the 2009 Maritime Patrol and
Reconnaissance Force (MPRF) Reunion
and Symposium, hosted by VP-30 and
CPRW-11 at NAS Jacksonville April
1-3, was an unqualified success Every
MPRF squadron was represented,
along with detachments from Canada
and the United Kingdom
"This important annual event, previ-
ously held in Washington D C , was
brought to Jacksonville to make it more
accessible to the junior officers," said
Capt Rich Fite, commanding officer of
VP-30 "I could not be more proud of
VP-30 and Team Jacksonville for the
tremendous support of this profession-
ally enriching event We had record-
breaking attendance and built a lot of
excitement about the future of our com-
munity"
Fite added, "We are at a critical junc-
ture in our community as we begin our
transition to the P-8A Poseidon and
transformation to a combination of
manned and unmanned aircraft with
the addition of Broad Area Maritime
Surveillance (BAMS) The future is
extremely bright and tlis week under-
scored the importance of fellowship and
understanding of who we are and what
we are about in the MPRF community "
The reunion's focus on junior offi-
cers helped enlighten them on career


Individual


augmentees


honored

By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO
NAS Jacksonville and the North-
east Florida Navy League
Council hosted the bi-annual
Individual Augmentee (IA) Appre-cia-
tion Luncheon April 7 at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club The event, honoring 104
IAs and 40 spouses from the base and
tenant commands, kicked off with a
welcome from NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt Jack Scorby Jr
"According to central command, there
are 14,400 boots on the ground in the-
ater and there are 5,000 more that
are on ships at sea in the area of
responsibility So, you all have certainly
done your part and I could not be more
proud of you But while you were off
doing a great service to our nation, you
had to leave your family behind, so we
also honor the sacrifices that your fami-
lies made while you were deployed,"
said Scorby
"This is our third IA Appreciation
Luncheon and prior to today, we've hon-
ored 253 IAs and 90 spouses This event
does not happen without the support of
the Navy League About 18 months ago,
Bill Dudley came to me and asked what
they could do to help our Sailors and
that's when we decided to start hold-
ing these special IA luncheons Since
the first in April 2008, not only has
this idea gone to the tri-base area, but
nationwide," said Scorby
Also attending the luncheon was U S


The 2009 MPRF Reunion and Symposium attracted U.S. Navy P-3 Orion aircraft from
around the world, as well as from Canada and the United Kingdom.


I x - .


Swordsmen" from Kaneohe Marine Corps
Base, Hawaii, proudly display their 2009
MPRF ASW Rodeo Championship Belt at
the April 3 flight suit reception at NAS
Jacksonville Officers' Club.
options, the future of the MPRF com-
munity and provided them a forum to
speak with senior leadership about both
their personal and community wide
issues


Both the Global Hawk Maritime
Demonstration Model (background) and
the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance
Model were on display at the MPRF
Reunion and Symposium April 1-3 at NAS
Jacksonville.
The event kicked off with the MPRF
Junior Officer Social on Wednesday
night, where shipmates reunited
in a relaxed atmosphere at the NAS
Jacksonville Officers' Club

See MPRF, Page 8


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
AEL (AW) Justin Taylorcole of Fleet Readiness Center Southeast is congratulated for
his individual augmentee (IA) service by U.S. Rep. Ander Crenshaw (R-Fla.) as Rear
Adm. Bill Moran, commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Group (right center) and Bill
Dudley, president of the Northeast Florida Navy League (left) look on during the bi-
annual NAS Jacksonville IA Luncheon April 7.


Rear Adm. Bill Moran, commander, Patrol .
and Reconnaissance Group, discusses the .......
important role individual augmentees (IA) .,
play during the war on terror at the bi-
annual NAS Jax IA Luncheon April 7.
Rep Ander Crenshaw (R-Fla), who ATC(AW) William Sears of VR-58 talks
expressed his gratitude to the Sailors about how successful his individual aug-
mentee tour was thanks to the support of
See IA LUNCH, Page 8 his family.


NAS Jax



wins third


SECNAV


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" - Shoreline Cleanup

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safety



award

By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS ax Deputy PAO

AS Jacksonville has earned the presti-
gious Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV)
Award for Achievement in Safety
Ashore in the large non-industrial category
Tlis award is presented each year to recognize
Navy and Marine Corps shore activities and
ashore fleet operational support units for their
quality occupational safety and health pro-
grams
"To be recognized for our work and safety ii-
tiatives by the Chief of Naval Operations four
years in a row is a monumental accomplish-
ment It demonstrates the hard work and com-
mitment that our Sailors, civilians and contrac-
tors aboard the station maintain 24/7," said NAS
Jax Commanding Officer Capt Jack Scorby Jr
"Accomplishling our mission in a safe man-
ner is our top priority at NAS Jacksonville We
pride ourselves in keeping safety at the forefront
while supporting our warfighters and the Navy's
enduring mission of forward presence in order to
win the war on terror," added Scorby
"This is a significant honor and I couldn't
be prouder of our NAS Jax team This award
speaks loudly about our capabilities to safe-
guard our people and resources while maintain-
ing an aggressive and effective safety program"
NAS Jax continues to ensure safety is priority in
the way the base does business each and every
day
"Receiving the SECNAV Safety Award is
another validation that we are on the right track
with our station safety program and that safety
remains a critical element to all personnel of
the NAS Jax team It also shows that we have
a top-notch team of dedicated safety profession-
als in the safety department working hard to
ensure employees and supervisors have all the
tools they need so that our station personnel
go home safely each and every day," said NAS
Jacksonville Safety Officer Ron Williamson
"This is actually the third time in the past four
years, the station has received the SECNAV
Safety Award No other station has received
this award three times in four years We are
now in competition for the SECNAV Safety
Excellence Award, in which we will compete
with top Marine Corps bases," continued
Williamson
The Secretary of the Navy presents this award
annually at a ceremony in Washington, DC The
final award competition for safety recognizes the
best of the best The Department of the Navy
Safety Excellence Awards were established in
2002 by the Honorable Gordon R England to
personally recognize Navy and Marine Corps
commands that demonstrate extraordinary
excellence by sustained mission success with
simultaneous exemplary safety performance
NAS Jaxhas already received that awardtwice
In addition to winning this award, the station
recently won the 2008 Chief of Naval Operations
Occupational Health Ashore Safety Award in
the large installation category proving that NAS
Jacksonville is truly dedicated to safety







2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, Apnl 16, 2009


Looking back (hic!d) to 1948...


U.S. Navy Photo
Investigators check out a moonshine still in the woods near Naval Auxiliary Air Station (NAAS) Cecil Field. Today, you
could say that moonshiners were pioneering "green distillers" because their ethanol (190 proof grain alcohol), ferment-
ed from crops such as corn or sugar cane, is now used to power hybrid vehicles.



Baseball season is emotional for mom


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor


The snow in Maine is melting.
(Note to Florida snowbirds: It's
safe to come back now.) Only
one small mound of packed snow
remains behind the garage, plus,
another next to the front sidewalk,
where, for the previous three months,
there was a four-foot wall of snow. We
.11. i... I. I dubbed this the "Wall-
O-Snow."
In December, with a snow blower
and shovel, Dustin and I cleared a
path through the wall from the drive-
way to the front door. Now, the wall is
melted and as the snow recedes from
our backyard, I'm discovering a vir-
tual time capsule of lost toys, shovels
and gloves. One by one, the forgot-
ten items are unearthed as the snow
melts away. Like counting the rings
or a tree to determine its age, the lay-
ers of snow represent the preceding
months and weeks. The top layer,
which fell in I .... .. reveals lost
winter equipment such as blocks used
to make snow forts. The bottom layer
of snow contains even longer forgotten
summer items like toy trucks, a sand
shovel, and Ford's baseball glove. It
was the discovery of the baseball glove
that was most poignant for me.
With the departure of winter comes
the arrival of one of my favorite times
of the year - Little League season.
Maybe this is why God gave me only
boys. If I didn't love the smell of red
baseball dirt and the way it tints a new


honey, Mommy is very
in, proud .1 ....' This sort of behavior, of
fun course, has been strongly discouraged
ead by my husband, Dustin, who intuitive-
ly knows that babies become boys and
isn't boys become men on the baseball dia-
. , mond. Doting mothers have no place
unt in the process.
d - Yesterday, I picked up Ford's lost
d of baseball glove, the one that the Wall-
and O-Snow spit out in its purge. The glove
- as was right beside a toy airplane that
ap- had made him cry because it didn't
n of work. I smiled, even as my heart
tim slightly ached, to think about another
ing upcoming season sitting in the stands,
helplessly watching the slow unravel-
see ing of my boys' childhood, and, like
om- the snow falling away to reveal hidden
out treasures, seeing glimpses of who they
are to become.



HEY, MONEYCHIC!

Hey, MoneyChic!
I know our economy, along with the rest
of the world, is in trouble.
How did we get to this point?
MoneyChic says: The unfathomable
financial situation we're in today did not
happen overnight. Nor is it possible to
answer to this question in a nutshell, but
here are some explanations that may help
begin to explain how we got here.
* Not only average Americans, but even
our businesses seem to be hooked on cred-
it.
* Borrowing money, or leveraging, is
very attractive when prices are rising.
Think of folks you know who took out large
mortgages, with anticipation that they
would sell in a few years for E ..- i...1 1
* Housing prices nearly doubled between
1995 and 2005. For folks with just the
right timing for buying and selling homes,
they made some easy money. No one,
including large institutions that backed
these loans, l..... i. that housing prices
would have such a deep, steep decline as
the economy slowed.
* As home values fell, credit availability
decreased, which led to consumers tighten-

* As consumers spent less, the econo-
my slowed. Fewer purchases equals lower
profits, forcing businesses to cut hours and
let go of employees.
It's a vicious cycle. There are many
factors that brought us to where we are
today, but this is your Cliff Notes version.
In short, we would all be better off to be
wise with the credit we do take on and be
wary of greed clouding our judgment.


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pair of white sneak-
ers, and if I didn't love
the sound of a baseball
when it hits the bat or
the feel of splintered
bleachers - I'd be in a
very sorry state as the
mother of three boys.
As it turns out,
watching my boys play
baseball seems the per-
feet way to spend an
afternoon. When I saw
that the baseball park Sa
several streets over
from our house is :,, ,l ,-. , aga
I knew that although we had our
in the snow, we have more fun ahe
of us on the diamonds.
Being a mom in the bleachers is
always easy. In fact, it's ... 11 11 I
sweet. It takes a tremendous amoi
.i . II.... it go" to watch your chile
.i .. .11 the one who is still afraid
the dark or likes his waffles cut up a
with syrup on the side for dipping -
he steps onto the field or worse, disL
pears into the dugout - with a team
peers who may or may not taunt h
for getting the first out or not mak
it to thirdbase.
It's from bleachers that mothers
the first glimmer of their boys beco
ing men, as they rush from the dug'
throwing their fists into the air.


I suppose the emo-
tional torture of bleach-
er moms comes from
baseball being a team
sport, yet each child
is alone, with all eyes
upon him, when he
stands in the batter's
box. Sometimes I can
. ...II watch. Many
times, I'm tempted to
scale the chain-link
fence, grab my child
and tell him, "It's okay,


MASA HUMBERTO LAGUNA

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Security Department


Hometown: Miami


Favorite duty station/
Why? NAS Jacksonville.
It's my first duty.

Last book read: James and the Giant Peach

Favorite pastime: Baseball

Most interesting experience: Going
through "A" School.

Who is your hero? Superman



. .A...
DANIEL GOMES

Job title/command:
Framer for Canham
Construction

Hometown: Jacksonville

Favorite duty station?
NAS Jax, I love the weather.

Last book read: Coii.-.' the Big Red Dog

Favorite pastime: Swimming in my pool.

Most Interesting Experience: Building
the housing areas for America's Sailors.

Who is your hero? My parents.



N Jacksonville


2009 Shoreline Clean Up
In conjunction with
City Of Jacksonville Earth Day Celebration

Thursday April 23

Meet at MWR Marina at 8:30 a.m.
Lunch at 11:30 a.m.


MWR Marina to provide boats, life vests, food and drinks after
clean up and a prize for "The Most Unusual Piece of Trash"
RSVP by April 16 to 542-2798 or angea.gilass@navy.mil


Visit you MWR MAI A for fishing tackle, free range bat,
snacks, cold bewmages, Tenla boats, camping supplies and much more.
Contact the Marin at 542-3260, end ofRanger Road, Bldg. 1072






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 .................................................... M iriam S. Gallet
Assistant Public Affairs Officer...................................... Kaylee LaRocque
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor...................................................................................... C lark Pierce
Staff W riter .............................................................. ATAA Adam Thomas
Staff W riter............................................................. AW VAN David Beach
Design/Layout................................................................. George Atchley

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FROM THE HOMEFRONT


The Players/NMCRS



prime time ticket deal

By Staff

Trurge all active duty and retired military who plan to attend
The Players May 7 1i......1. 10 to purchase their daily 'prime
time' tickets 1i....i.... our local Website (www.nmcrsmayport.
org), because the PGA Tour will donate the $25 ticket price to our
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society," said NAS Jax MWR Operations
Manager Mike McCool.
"No other ticket outlet offers this great benefit for NMCRS. So encour-
age your civilian friends and golf enthusiasts to visit our Website to buy
their prime time tickets - and everybody wins," said McCool.
Practice Rounds, May 4-6 - All active duty and retired military
personnel with appropri-
ate identification will be
admitted free of charge.
Accompanying family THE P LAYERS
members will be also be
admitted free of charge.
Competition Rounds, May 7-10 - All active duty and retired mili-
tary personnel with appropriate identification will be admitted free of
charge from 3 p.m. until the conclusion of play. Accompanying fam-
ily members must have a 'prime time' ticket - ' for admittance. Visit
www.nmcrsmayport.org to purchase tickets for your family and civilian
friend - and all proceeds benefit our Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society.
Full Day Ticket, May 7-10 - All active duty or retired military
personnel and family members who wish to attend an all-day competi-
tion round may purchase a daily grounds ticket that will upgrade to a
Daily Island Club ticket. The Island Club is a hospitality tent located on
Fairway #10.
Youth Policy - Children ages 16 and younger are admitted free all
week when accompanied with a properly ticketed or credentialed adult.
McCool also announced the NAS Jacksonville Golf Course will host a
PGA Tour Golf Clinic with Fred Funk April 21 at noon. Bleacher seat-
ing will be available at 1.. 1i .......range.






JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 16, 2009 3


Commander, Naval Safety Center visits NAS Jax


By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO

Commander, Naval Safety
Center Rear Adm. Arthur
Johnson made several
stops in the Jacksonville area
during his visit here April 2-
3. After spending time at NS
Mayport April 2, the admiral
arrived at NAS Jacksonville to
attend the Maritime Patrol and
Reconnaissance Force (MPRF)
Symposium and host a motor-
cycle safety roundtable session
with NAS Jax Sailors.
"I'm here for multiple reasons.
I came here to attend the MPRF
symposium, but since I'm the safe-
ty chief for the Navy, I'm always
doing safety business wherever I
go," said Johnson. "This gives me
great insight as to what's hap-
pening down on the decks so we
can go back and retool, refine and
make changes. These are always
great opportunities for us to get
some real-time feedback."
Johnson also met with NAS


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Rear Adm. Arthur Johnson, commander, Naval Safety Center, conducts a
round table meeting April 3 with NAS Jax personnel on motorcycle safety
classes offered through the Navy.


Jax Commanding Officer Capt.
Jack Scorby Jr. and a group of
motorcycle instructors and safety
officers where Scorby discussed
the NAS Jax Motorcycle Safety
Program.
"I feel we are moving in the
right direction with our program


at NAS Jax. We just can't be com-
placent about motorcycle safety
issues. I read all our critiques
from the students in our safety
classes and they are all very posi-
tive," said Scorby. "The only criti-
cism we get is regarding the con-
dition of our range. It's in rough


shape, however on the bright side,
it's currently being resurfaced
and will be within standards very
soon."
During the roundtable session,
Johnson met with a large group
of motorcycle riders to discuss the
Navy's motorcycle safety issues
and to gain perspective on their
views of the courses offered.
"Motorcycle performance has
been pretty bad within the Navy.
Many people ask me why we
spend so much time, attention
and money on motorcycle training
because it's a pretty small por-
tion of our Navy. The reason is
because that very small portion of
the Navy generates huge negative
effects in the injury and fatality
category.
"We had 33 motorcycle fatali-
ties in the Navy last year... with
25 more on the Marine side of the
house. That's why we went back
and took a look to figure out what
we could do better. So changes
were made within our traffic safe-


ty program.
"If you ride a motorcycle, you
must go through training. If you
ride a sport bike, you must go
through the Military Sport Bike
Course. Whether you are riding
on base or off base, those are the
requirements. Another nuance
that came out is that we created
a training continuum. We decided
it was more useful for an indi-
vidual to get recurring training.
When I first started riding motor-
cycles in 1981, I went through
the Motorcycle Safety Foundation
Course and that was the last
time I went through any formal
training. Theoretically, before
this change came out, that was
good enough to get a registra-
tion on a base and go riding. If
anyone thinks that training way
back then is doing me any good
today you're mistaken. So this
means about every three years
you should go back and refresh,

See SAFETY, Page 6


What to do in case of a tornado


From NAS Jacksonville
Emergency Operations Center
When a tornado warning is
issued for Duval County,
NAS Jacksonville will acti-
vate the mass notification system
(the same system we use for colors
twice each day) to alert personnel to
seek shelter immediately.
The alert is a three-minute weather
warning wail that sounds like the old
civil defense alert sirens. When you
hear this system activate, remember
the following safety rules:
If at home:
* If you have a tornado safe room or
engineered shelter, go there immedi-
ately.
* Go at once to a windowless inte-
rior room; a storm cellar, basement or
lowest level of the building.
* If there is no basement, go to an
inner hallway or a smaller inner room
without windows, such as a bathroom
or closet.
* Get away from the windows.


* Get under a piece of sturdy fur-
niture such as a workbench or heavy
table or desk and hold on to it.
* Use your arms to protect your
head and neck.
If in a mobile home:
* Get out and find shelter else-
where.
If at work or school:
* Go to the area designated in your
tornado plan. The most interior room


on the lowest floor without windows.
* Avoid places with wide-span roofs
such as auditoriums, cafeterias, large
hallways or shopping malls.
* Get under a piece of sturdy fur-
niture such as a workbench or heavy
table or desk and hold on to it.
* Get down low with your head
against the wall and use your arms to
protect head and neck.
If outdoors:
* Get inside a building.
* If shelter is not available or there
is no time to get indoors, lie in a ditch
or low-lying area or crouch near a
strong building. Be aware of the
potential for flooding.
Use arms to protect head and neck.
If in a car:
* Never try to out-drive a tornado
in a car or truck.
* Get out of the car immediately
and take shelter in a nearby building.
SIf there is no time to get indoors,
get out of the car and lie in a ditch or
low-lying area away from the vehicle.
Be aware of the potential for flooding.


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A group of fishermen head back to the Mulberry Cove Marina
with their day's catch.







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By Shannon Leonard
MWR Marketing Manager.....


t the crack of dawn, Saturday, 78 anglers headed out from (From left) Billy and Eric Roberts return after a long, but exciting day of bass fishing on the St. Johns River.
Mulberry Cove Marina to participate in the 27th NAS Jax
U Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Bass Tournament.
Famous for its motto, *Relocating confused bass since 1982, the I
April 11 event attracted active duty members, reservists, retir-
ees and Department of Defense civilians. Teams consisted of two
anglers per boat and they fished from first light until late into
the afternoon.
The St. Johns Bass Anglers Club provided officials for the event.
Competitors began arriving at the Mulberry Cove Marina around - :.
3 p.m. to weigh in their catch. The day proved to be very breezy AEC Derrick Raymond - - - -
and anglers looked exhausted, ready for rest and relaxation after of the Center for Naval. -
a rough day on the St. Johns River. Their first priority was to get Aviation Technical Training
their fish weighed, followed by enjoying complimentary hamburg- Unit ax and his wife, Lisa,
ers and hotdogs with all the trimmings as teams swapped fish sort their fish to be weighed
sr es, during the 27th annual Bassa
We had a good day on the water, said Jason Stake, who placed Tournament April 11.
first in the event with this teammate, Mike Blackburn. "It was a
really windy day and we had a well-thought-out plan of fishing
spots - however we ended up going to our third spot first because
it was out of the wind and we never left. We caught a double
hook-up, two at the same time, then caught six bass and our sev-
enth one was over 7lbs. Things just worked out for us today, said
Stake. He and Blackburn also won the Biggest Bass category.
I have been fishing this tournament sin ce I was 10 years old.
It is a good event, multiple fish are caught and we always have a"
great time, said Eric Roberts.
This event would not be possible without the many great MWR
sponsors and volunteers. They really pull together to make this
tournament a success, said Phil Collins, MWR marina manager.
Participants received a free tournament shirt and sponsor bag Hnr anl
with promotional items. Thanks to the very generous support help themselves
from area businesses, the anglers received more than $2,o500 in to hamburgers,
door prizes and gift certificates. . ea hot doesd ulus


See BASS TOURNEY, Page 5


Eric Roberts proudly displays the fish that he and his father,
Billy, caught during the tournament.


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(From left) Mke Blackburn and his teammate, Jason Stake,
placed first in the tournament and in the Big Bass category.

(At left, from left) Mike Blackburn and Jason Stake display the
Biggest Bass award plaque. The team also finished first overall
in the tournament.





JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, Apnl 16, 2009 5


Al Davis throws back one of the bass he caught during the tournament.


2009 NAS Jax MWR Bass Tournament Results


FireM Place Third Place
Mike Blackburn & Jason Stake Todd Mowery & Loren Murwin
19.67 lbs. 16.93 lbs.
$1,500 $750


Fifth Place
Ed Mullins & Joan Dolan
16.05 Ibs.
$250


Seventh Place
Mike McGee & Justin Jewell
13.66 Ibs.
$75


Second Place
Bobby Watkins
&Terry Wambles
18.33 lbs.
$ 1.000


Fourth Place
Charles Nelson
& Garry Nichols
16.52 Ibs.
$500


Sixth Place Die asee
Don Lamb &Tim Perkins Mike Blackburn & Jason Stake
16.04 Ibs. 7.1 3 lbs.
$100 $390


BASS TOURNEY: With help from friends
From Page 4
NAS Jacksonville MWR thanks the many volunteers and spon-
sors that made this event a success: Penn, Abu Garcia for Life, 3
Layers, Best Western, Busch Beer (North Florida Sales), Anomaly
Five Points, NAS Jax Commissary, Subway and VyStar Credit
Union.
Disclaimer: Neither NAS Jax, MWR, or the Jax Air News nor any
part of the federal government officially endorses any company,
sponsor or their products or services.





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AWVC Scott Bowins and AWVC josh Darden of VP-30 show
off the bass that they reeled in.


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Billy Roberts (right) looks on as members of the St. Johns Bass Dagney Thorsen takes a photo of her grandfather, Pryce
Anglers Club weigh his catch. Thorsen's bass as her sister, Anya, looks on.


Buzz Broughton and Lee Kitchens arrive back at the NAS Jax Mulberry Cove Marina.


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'Maytagged'


By Chaplain (Lt.j.g) Justin Top

Many years ago I
was being trained
as a whitewater
raft guide in the Rocky
Mountains. As part of the
training we had to swim
through a series of rapids
with just a life jacket.
We had been trained to
avoid "holes" which were
created by big rocks under
the water causing the cur-
rent to spin around (verti-
cally, like a hamster wheel)
against the main current.
If you run into one of these
in a raft, it could fold or flip
the raft. If you try to swim
through it you will likely
get "Maytagged," or spun
around like you are in a
washing machine.
As we floated through the
rapids, one of the members
of our group got pulled into
one of these holes. We could
see him being tossed around
and around in the vicious
cycle created by the current.
He spun around a bit, then
his head popped up a little
downstream. It seemed like
he was out of it, but then he
got sucked back upstream
into the hole by the cur-
rent, where the vicious cycle
started over again.
Each time he tried the
same method to get out
- just swim downstream


through
the current
with all his
strength. And
each time
he ended up
being over-
powered and
sucked back
in.
So it is _
that many
people get
sucked into
the addictive
and destruc- Chaplain (Lt
tive cycles by
bad choices in their lives.
After being tossed about
for a while by their habits,
many exert some willpower
and get their heads above
water for a while. Some
may even think the addic-
tion is behind them. But
all too often they get pulled
back in to the same cycle.
For true addictions, it is
rare that a person is able
to break free by sheer will-
power. For some reason,
though, many keep trying
the same thing to escape,
expecting different results.
After getting pulled back
into the hole two or three
times, my fellow trainee
came to his senses and


remembered
his train-
ing. We were
taught that
when we get
caught in the
cycling cur-
rents we must
simply "reach
out." All
'\ around the
hole are cur-
rents that are
going in the
right direc-
.g) Justin Top tion and can
help pull us
out. We just have to reach
for them.
For those who are caught
in the destructive cycle of
addiction, the need to reach
out for help is essential for
escape. The initial reac-
tion of most is to keep the
problem a secret and to try
to push through it alone.
But addiction thrives in
secrecy. The only way out is
by reaching for something
beyond ourselves.
There are many different
ways we can reach out for
help. We may reach out to
a loved one, or perhaps for
professional help. But the
most important way that
we must reach out is echoed


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in the first three steps of
the 12-step addiction recov-
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"Step 1 - We admitted we
were powerless over our
addiction - that our lives
had become unmanageable.
"Step 2 - Came to believe
that a power greater than
ourselves could restore us
to sanity.
"Step 3 - Made a decision
to turn our will and our
lives over to the care of God
as we understood God."
We all have our own
addictions in life, though we
may not recognize them as
such. Addictions to drugs,
alcohol, gambling, pornog-
raphy and other sexual
addictions will limit free-
dom and destroy happiness.
But there are other subtle
addictions as well, such
as video games, chatting/
texting, eating disorders,
involvement in codependent
and other destructive rela-
tionships - and even anger,
criticism and the need to
control.
Whatever our addiction
is, the destructive cycle is
much the same, as is the
way out. We must "reach
out." If we reach out to
friends, family, profession-
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ly - to God - we will find
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Carl Bennett, a motorcycle safety instructor with Cape Fox
Professional Services, stands by as Rear Adm. Arthur Johnson,
commander, Naval Safety Center, tries out one of the new
Hyosung Comet loaner bikes available to active-duty per-
sonnel interested in taking the Basic Rider Course at NAS
Jacksonville.

SAFETY: Free training available

From Page 3

relearn and improve your skill set. It's a requirement every
three years," explained Johnson.
The admiral also highlighted some statistics on the Navy's
Motorcycle Safety Program. "We currently have about 48,000
motorcycle riders within the Department of the Navy. Last
year, we trained more than 14,000 riders through our cours-
es including 4,200 sport bike riders. But that's not enough,
we need to get everyone who rides a motorcycle trained,"
stressed Johnson. "Motorcycle training has been declared
important by the Navy. It's company business . . . done on
company time and the company is paying for it."
Several questions were asked by the Sailors during the
two-hour session regarding Navy issuance of personal protec-
tion equipment (PPE) and incorporating track days into the
courses. "We are looking into both these topics. The Army is
now issuing PPE to their members and we are now looking
at the investment of offering it to our Sailors," Johnson said.
"As for track days, the Marine Corps has opened up their
program to include track days. I support track days for the
Navy somewhere in our future, but right now my goal is to
get everyone through the Military Sport Bike Course. I don't
want to divert attention, money or time going on the track
just yet. The track days are another step along the training
continuum but unless you finish first grade, you can't jump
to third grade. We're not ready for that yet. In the mean-
time, we'll get all the lessons learned from the Marine Corps'
experiences on the track before we roll it out so we can roll
down the road toward success. We're watching what they are
doing very closely. They are doing very well with their pro-
gram and it's been well received by the participants."
After the session, Johnson headed to the motorcycle range
to take a look at the new Hyosung Comet loaner bikes now
available for active duty member interested in taking the
Basic Rider Course here. An avid motorcyclist, Johnson was
thrilled to take one of the new bikes for a spin around the
range. "You all are running a great program at NAS Jax.
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Holocaust Remembrance Day to be observed


From NAS Jacksonville
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The United States Congress estab-
lished the Days of Remembrance as
our nation's annual commemoration
of the Holocaust and created the United
States Holocaust Memorial Museum as a
permanent living memorial to the victims.
This year Holocaust Remem-brance Day
is Tuesday, April 21. The Museum has des-
ignated Never Again: What You Do Matters
as the theme for the 2009 observance.
The Holocaust was the systematic per-
secution and elimination of European


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Jews by Nazi Germany and its allies. The
Holocaust began with Adolf Hitler's rise to
power in January 1933 and ended on VE
Day (Victory in Europe Day) May 8, 1945.
In 1933, the number of Jews who lived in
21 countries that Germany would occupy
during WWII was approximately 9 million.
Statistics show that two out of every three


European Jews died during the Holocaust.
Approximately 6 million Jews and 5 mil-
lion non-Jewish people were killed in the
Holocaust. The number of children killed
during the Holocaust was 1.5 million. It
is hard to believe that 11 million deaths
were ethnically and hate motivated and
took place in 11 years. There were two


main phases to the Holocaust, the period
between 1933 and 1939 - the rise of the
Nazi dictatorship - and the period between
1939 and 1945 - World War II.
Before beginning his assault on Europe,
Hitler assured his followers that Germany's
Third Reich would rule for 1,000 years.
Twelve years later, in the closing weeks of
the Allied liberation, Hitler and his wife,
Eva Braun, committed suicide in their
Berlin bunker. Red Amy soldiers found
charred remains believed to be their bodies
in a bomb crater on April 30, 1945.
However, a German court didn't officially
declare Hitler dead until 1956.


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Photo by Betsy Groner
(From right) Rear Adm. Bill Moran, commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Group, presents
the 2009 MPRF Symposium guest speaker, Vice Adm. Thomas Kline, commander, Naval Air
Forces, with a plaque commemorating the event.


MPRF: Community gathers to share ideas


Capt Kyle Cozad, com-
modore, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing
Eleven, remarked, "It was
incredible to renew so
many friendships at the
social That's what it is all
about, getting our commu-
mnty together to share ideas
and vision The whole event
could not have gone any
better"
Available throughout the
symposium were the Boeing
P-8A Mobile Demonstration
Trailer, the Global Hawk
Maritime Demonstration
Model, and a BAMS model
The P-8A exhibit gave visi-
tors a first-hand look at the
future of the MPRF com-
munity It featured a fully
functional cockpit stmula-
tor and partial mock-up of
the aircraft, including three
operator stations
The Global Hawk and
BAMS models gave visi-
tors an up-close view of
the unmanned aenal sur-
veillance vehicles that will
work in coordination with
the P-8A in the future
The reunion included
ju,_or officer and 0-4 detail-
er briefs, which gave per-
sonnel the ability to talk
face-to-face with the people
who would be working their
future orders The dealers
spoke about career options,
the effects of choosing cer-
tain jobs on future career
plans, and gave invaluable
insight mto how the detail-
ing process works The
detailers also made themn-
selves available the next
day for follow-up meetings
Friday's MPRF Profes-
sional Symposium began
with a "Way Ahead" brief
that looked at the future
of the P-3C and the transi-
tion to the P-8A Attendees
learned about the Navy's
P-8A integration sched-


ule - from its first flight in
2009, to mntial operational
capability in 2013, to the
entire P-3C fleet replaced
by 2020 - every facet of the
evolution was covered The
brief discussed the P-8A's
capabilities, including its
advanced open-arcblutecture
mission system, next-gener-
ation radar, sensors, weap-
ons systems and engines
The Military Officers
Association of America
recognized Capt T K
Hohl with the 2009 MPRF
Lifetime Leaderslup Award
for his career pursuit of
advancing the MPRF com-
munity during ins 40-year
career
In turn, Hohl presented
the 2009 MPRF ASW Rodeo
Championship Belt to the
VP-47 crew led by Lt j g
Trevor Morey Thirteen
teams competed in the VP-
30 Tactical Operational
Readminess Trainer (TORT)
"TORT is our computer-
controlled, real-time train-
ing device that accurately
simulates all airborne
equipment installed on the
P-3C Orion aircraft The
simulator includes crew sta-
tions for the tactical coordi-
nator, navigation/commu-
mcations officer, acoustic
and non-acoustic operators,
as well as a fully fumction-
ing flight deck for the two
pilots," explained Fite
The MPRF Symposium
concluded with guest
speaker Vice Admn Thomas
Kilcline, commander, Naval
Air Forces, who focused
on the future of the MPRF
community and how the P-
8A wvill transform maritime
surveillance in the 21st cen-
tury
He reassured his audi-
ence that, even with the
current economic recession,
the funding of the P-8A is
not in question Kilclne
reiterated that, along with


the joint stnke fighter, the
P-8A is the most essential
Navy aircraft moving for-
ward
"Without Poseidon, the
Umted States has no sea
base and cannot continue
its 'persistent projection of
sea power it so desperate-
ly needs in today's global
climate," said Kilclne "I
challenge the jumnor officers
here today to take owner-
slup of the incoming P-8A
and lead the MPRF into the
future "
Wrapping up the sym-
posium was an "admiral's
call" for MPRF junior offi-
cers who asked active and
reserve flag officers ques-
tions in an open forum
Numerous topics were
discussed, ranging from
career paths to the JO role
m development and imple-
mentation of BAMS
The reunion wrapped up
with an MPRF Flight Suint
Reception at the Officers'
Club, where guests were
already talking about next
years event
Rear Adm William
Moran, commander, Patrol
and Reconnaissance Group,
concluded, "The reunion
meant so much more tlus
year since we are at an
inflection pomt m the com-
mumnty and are about to
transform the way we do
business With the P-8A
coming on board, our junior
officers will be critical to
successfully integrating it
Being at all of the events
throughout the reuon and
seeing the jmoor officers'
inputs and enthusiasm
makes me really excited
about the MPRF future"


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IA LUNCH:

Appreciation

for dedication

IFrom age 1

and their famihes "Thank
you for your commitment,
thank you for your love of
country I travel a great deal
and get to meet a lot of nih-
tary members and I can tell
you I'm never more proud
to be a congressman and
never more proud to be an
Amencan than when I'm in
the company of heroes like
you all today," remarked
Crenshaw
"Individual augmentees, I
want you to know that you
are appreciated I under-
stand the commitment and
the dedication You get
pulled out of your normal
routine, go off with little
fanfare, you come home
alone, not with little fanfare
and it's a difficult deploy-
ment Your family is alone
as well They don't get to
share their loneliness with
other members of a unit I
thmk we all really need to
remember that the great-
ness of America is drawn
from the blood and the sac-
rifice of those who have gone
before us and those of you
sitting here today"
ATC(AW) William Sears
of VR-58, who returned in
December from an IA tour in
Afghamstan, also gave somine
remarks "Without question,
the most important thing
dumng my IA tour was my
wife, Faith, supporting me
every step of the way Two
days after Christmas 2007,
I received a phone call from
my command saying we
had a requirement to fill an
IA billet After conferring
with my wife, we decided
I would go," stated Sears
"I was gone almost a year
My 5-year-old son said, 'dad
the only thing I want for
Chnstmas is for you to come
home' What we're doing
over there is important but
more importantly, it's the
family support that keeps
us going"
Guest speaker Rear Adm
Bill Moran, commander,
Patrol and Reconnaissance
Group, said, "We have more
Sailors in the Middle East


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
SK2(AW/SW) Augustina Medina of Fleet Industrial Supply
Center Jax (center) is congratulated by (from left) NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr.; Bill Dudley,
president of the Northeast Florida Navy League; Congressman
Ander Crenshaw (R-Fla.); and Rear Adm. Bill Moran, com-
mander, Patroll and Reconnaissance Group, for her service as
an individual augmentee.
servTg on land than we do "Tours like this can be
at sea The vast majonty are hfe-changing Your stories
IAs, wluch says an awful lot evoke great pride and per-
about the Navy's commit- sonal and professional sat-
ment to the joint fight and isfaction and almost without
the joint nature of our ser- exception, your experiences
vices today But m my oand have tested your character"
it also speaks to the charac- Moran continued, "This
ter and culture of naval ser- tour was also very differ-
vice I like to think about it ent for your spouses It was
in the terms of attitude and hard because it was unfa-
teamwork," said Moran mihar and potentially more
"I recently heard from a dangerous for the deployed
commander in Afghanistan member, therefore you wor-
and asked him what's ried more But just like
it like for him and the your loved ones who were
Airmen, Soldiers, Marines deployed and had to over-
and Sailors who are work- come anxiety and fear, you
ing for lum He responded, too deserve a lot of credit for
'we look for no recognition, overcoming You also rehed
we shy away from the head- on attitude and teamwork
lines and our job is simply So today, you and your
to make ourselves obsolete family members have our
while making a difference in gratitude and deep admira-
the lives of thousands less tion for what you've accom-
fortunate citizens of this phshed and sacrificed "
country' That to me is atti- AT3 ( AW) Jordan
tude The Sailors we salute Lawrence of Fleet Readmess
here today are just like Center Southeast said, "I
those he serves with- those think this is really mce and
who are m the desert sands I appreciate the recogni-
of Iraq and mountaintops tion"
of Afghamnistan to the Horn Each IA was presented
of Africa, Kuwait, Kosovo with a special plaque and
and the Philippines in an coin from the Northeast
IA capacity Their presence Florida Navy League
in all of these counties has Council and thank-you let-
truly made a difference " ters from Crenshaw, Sen
"The attitude and team- Mel Martinez (R-Fla) and
work that the naval service Sen Bill Nelson (D-Fla)
brlgs to the fight is valued Each spouse was also pre-
by every commander any- sented with a letter of
where around the world It's appreciation and a rose
truly extraordinary and it's As the IAs gathered for
what will make you success- the luncheon, a special shde
ful wherever you go And, if show displayed photos of
you brolg that attitude and them on their IA assign-
teamwork back to your umts ments, stirrg many mem-
and I know you have, you'll ories as they reminisced
make that unit that much about their time in the war
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Grace retires with honors at VP-30


By Lt. Bill Schmermund
VP 30 Public Affairs Officer
D ozens of shipmates
gathered in the
VP-30 auditoriumI
March 27 to honor the 26-
year career of AFCM(AW/
NAC) Richard Grace. The
presiding officer for the
ceremony was Lt. Cmdr.
Mark Bunn, VP-30 training
officer. The guest speaker
was retired Capt. Andy
Anderson, former com-
manding officer of VP-30
and VP- 16.
Master Chief Grace, who
hails from McKeesport,
Pa., enhsted in the Navy in
1982 after earning his FAA
Airframe and Powerplant
license from the Pittsburgh
Institute of Aeronautics. In
1983, he reported to VP-30
at NAS Jacksonville for P-3
maintenance training and
duty in the corrosion control
and airframes shops.
After completing naval


Mavity
By Lt. Bill Schmermund
VP 30 Public Affairs Officer
AVCM(AW) Mark Ma
celebrated the end
thirty year career i
March 20 ceremony in the
30 auditorium. Capt. Ricd
Fite, VP-30 commanding
cer, presided at the ret
ment event. Guest speaker
Cmdr. Richard Prest, Joint i
J-3 Operations Director
Washington D.C.
Mavity hails from Otte
Ill. and enlisted in the Navy
1979. Upon graduating from
"A" school at Naval Avia
Technical Training Cen
Milhngton, Tenn., Mavity re}
ed to VQ-2, where he comply


aircrew candidate school and He deployed to the Persian 30 as the training depart-
P-3 flight engineer school, Gulf, Diego Garcia and ment leading chief, Task
he reported to the VP-56 Japan. He flew numerous Group Naval Aircrew-FRS
"Dragons" in 1987 where combat missions in the Working Group Leader,
he served as P-3 flight engi- 5th and 7th Fleet areas and executive member of
neer, instructor flight engi- for Operation Enduring the Navy Senior Enlisted
neer, and airframes qual- Freedom in Afghanistan Aircrew Advisory Board.
ity assurance inspector. He and the Philippines. He oversaw the training of
completed deployments to In 2004, he reported to over 200 enlisted aircrew-
NAS Sigonella, Sicily and VP-30 Executive Transport man for the P-3C Orion and
Keflavik, Iceland flying Detachment as the lead- over 300 enlisted aircrew-
numerous anti-submarine ing chief and flew trans- man for both fixed-wing and
warfare missions "on-top" port missions for the Navy's helicopters across the Naval
Soviet Union submarines, senior flag officers includ- Aviation Enterprise.
In 1991, he reported to ing the Chief of Naval "Richard Grace is a com-
VP-30 as a fleet replace- Operations, Commander munity icon and his legacy
ment squadron (frs) instruc- U.S. Fleet Forces Command, will have a lasting impact
tor flight engineer and was and foreign dignitaries, on the sailors and officers
promoted to chief petty offi- In 2005, Grace report- of the Maritime Patrol and
cer. ed to Naval Air Systems Reconnaissance Force that
From 1998 to 2001, he Command Aviation Depot, he has trained and moti-
rejoined VP-30 as an FRS Jacksonville where he vated over the years," said
instructor flight engineer served as the command mas- VP-30 Commanding Officer
and was promoted to both ter chief in the transition Captain Richard Fite.
senior chief and master to Fleet Readiness Center Grace thanked the men
chief petty officer. Southeast and the addition and women he worked with
In 2001, Grace reported of over 1,000 sailors to the through the years for the
to VP-4 "Skinny Dragons" 3,500 civilian workforce. opportunity to lead and
at Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Grace returned to VP- serve with them.


finishes 30-year Navy


f .


Photo by VP30 Public Affairs
VP-30 Commanding Officer Capt.
Richard Fite awards AVCM Mark
Mavity his third Meritorious Service
Medal in concluding his 30-year
career.
cruises on USS Independence,
USS Eisenhower, USS Nimitz
and USS America.


At NAMTRADET JAX, he
directed all instructional devel-
opment courseware for the P-3C
Aircraft Improvement Program
(AIP) and Computer Based
Training (CBT), that are still in
effect today.
In 1997, he was assigned to VP-
16 and completed a tri-site deploy-
ment to Puerto Rico, Keflavik and
Panama - as well as two deploy-
ments to Sigonella, Italy. In 1998
he advanced to master chief petty
officer and assumed the duty as
the VP-16 Maintenance Master
Chief.
In 2002, Mavity transferred
to Commander Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing Eleven
(CPRW-11), where he oversaw


Photo by VP30 Public Affairs
AFCM(AW/NAC) Richard Grace (right) receives the national
ensign at his March 27 retirement ceremony at VP-30.


"I'm honored to have
served the nation and Navy
for 26 years. I was blessed
with so many great friends,
the opportunity to do a
job that I loved, and abil-
ity to travel to many places
around the world. I look
forward to my next career,
whatever that may be, but
will never forget my time
and experience in the Navy.


I want to thank everyone
who had a part in my career
and in my retirement cer-
emony. I appreciate all
the awards, gifts, and rec-
ognition that I received;
however, I think that the
retirement ceremony is
also a time to acknowledge
my family and friends who
made sacrifices so that I
could serve."


career at VP-30


maintenance of four patrol squad-
rons.
He reported to VP-45 and
assumed duties as maintenance
master chief petty officer. In
2005, VP-45 became the first East
Coast P-3C squadron to deploy to
NAS Bahrain, Kandahar, Djibouti
,Tali Air Base Iraq and Japan
simultaneously for combat sup-
port in Operation Iraqi Freedom
and the Global War on Terrorism.
In 2007, Mavity came aboard as
maintenance master chief of VP-
30. In 2008, after completing a
bi-annual Aviation Maintenance
Inspection (AMI), the "Pro's Nest'
received unprecedented marks for
a major aviation command. This
was a direct reflection of the lead-


lk rci DITI I


ership, experience and mentor-
ship Mavity achieved during his
30-year career. Rear Adm. Mark
Guadagnini, commander, Naval
Air Training, remarked, "That is
huge! The best AMMT results I've
ever seen in 24 years with avia-
tion maintenance." Rear Adm.
Brian Prindle summed it up best,
"Sincere congratulations to the
'Pro's Nest Maintenance Team' for
a truly outstanding effort. They
demonstrated tremendous com-
mitment to 'do the right things'
that resulted in fantastic results.
The Pro's Nest has come a long
way in a short period of time. I
know that the team is committed
to continuing to lead the way for
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 16, 2009 11


Photos by HSM-70 Public Affairs
Spartan 701 was one of two MH-60R helicopters in the flyover of the
Jacksonville Golf and Country Club in support of the "Warriors 4
Freedom" Golf Tournament to benefit the Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society.



HSM-70 adds


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aircraft, sLu o ts -AWRC Tim Lemmerman drops from an HSM-70 helicopter into the choppy waters of the St. Johns River during a
recent rescue swimmer certification deployment.

community
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By Lt.j.g. Brian Crosby

Fresh off their recent
establishment ceremony,
the HSM-70 "Spartans"
increased their pace of operations
as they accepted delivery of three
more MH-60R helicopters, for a
total of four aircraft.
This new Seahawk variant,
known as the "Romeo," is built
at the Lockheed Martin plant in
Owego, N.Y. When ferry crews
land at NAS Jacksonville, the
Spartans maintenance team com-
pletes an acceptance inspection
that certifies the aircraft is safe
to begin operations.
Working around the clock, the
maintenance team completed all
their inspections and ensured the
aircrews were able to train. In
the first quarter of operations,
the squadron flew over 250 flight
hours as they honed their crews'
proficiency in their new aircraft.
The MH-60R will ultimately
replace the SH-60B in its primary
missions of anti-submarine war-


fare, anti-surface warfare, and
command and control warfare.
The squadron finished off the
month of March by qualifying air-
crewmen through search-and-res-
cue (SAR) jumps in the St. Johns
River. More than 13 aircrew
completed the required day and
night jumps, making the squad-
ron SAR-capable and achieving
another milestone in the short
history of the Spartans.
The squadron also took time to
support its local community. Two
aircraft from the squadron com-
pleted a formation flyover of the
Jacksonville Golf and Country
Club March 23 in support of
the "Warriors 4 Freedom" Golf
Tournament that raised funds
for the Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS).
Supporters and players mar-
veled at the fly-over that kicked
off the tournament. The event
raised in excess of $35,000
for NMCRS - all of which goes
directly to aid Sailors of the
Jacksonville area.


As part of the Navy Personal Excellence Partnership (PEP) program, HSM-70 hosted a field trip to NAS
Jacksonville for students from Dinsmore Elementary School. PEP helps youths improve their scholastic achieve-
ment and life skills through tutoring, mentoring and vocational guidance.


Additionally, students, par-
ents and faculty of Dinsmore
Elementary School enjoyed their
March 24 field trip with the
Spartans.
After a picnic lunch and a quick
game of kickball, everyone piled
into buses and drove to the HSM-
70 flight line. Each person got to
sit in a helicopter and Lt. Gabe
Kelly made them honorary pilots


for the day.
Once the students finished an
abbreviated flight school, they
were ushered to the rear of the
aircraft where they were taught
how to use many of the aircrew's
tools of the trade. Some of the
students even got to try out the
gear first hand. There may even
be some future naval aviators in
the class.


When asked what he thought
about the field trip, first-grader
Hunter said to his friend, Chase,
"I can't wait to finish school so I
can come to work here."
HSM-70 consists of 22 officers,
22 chief petty officers and 159
Sailors.
When fully operational, the
Spartans will be assigned 11 MH-
60R helicopters.


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12 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 16,2009


Youth symposium builds strong futures


y clark Piere I r- V -


More than 55 young

ages 11 to 18, gath-
ered at NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) April 4
for the first FFSC Youth
Symposium "Opening Doors
for Future Leaders "
NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt
Jack Scorby Jr welcomed
participants and presenters
"I'm here because family
readiness is one of my high-
es priorities I'm pleased
to see so many teenagers so
early on a Saturday morn-
ing As a parent, I under-
stand that some of you are
not here voluntarily - but
I believe that if you join
in these session with an
mqmitive attitude, you will
all take home some knowl-
edge that will benefit you in
your future," said Scorby
He added, "Think of today
as a series of steps to a
brighter future And at the
end of today, give us your
feedback and let us know
how we can make the next
symposium even better"
According to FFSC Direc-
tor Carolyn McCorvey, the
symposium attendance
exceeded expectations "To


Pho- by Clark Pbice
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby
Jr. welcomes participants to the "Opening Doors for Future
Leaders"Youth Symposium April 4 at Fleet and Family Support
Center. z


see so many young people, as
well as some parents, shows
me that famihes are looking
for resources that will help
smooth their road to a suc-
cessful future"
FFSC Work and Family
Life Specialist Tanya Boyd
said, "Military people are
always measuring their
combat readiness Today,
everybody will learn howto
increase their family educa-
tion and employment readi-
ness Well also discuss pnn-
ciples that help young people
cope with coming of age in a
military household, mclud-
ing PCS relocations "
Dwight Hester, an FFSC
employment guidance coun-


selor, added, "Todays event
was more than three months
in the making We've invited
a knowledgeable team of
finance, education and career
experts to help shape these
youths into more confident
and responsible adults "
Hester was scheduled to
present a breakout session
on how body language affects
a job interview
"The cliche 'dress for suc-
cess' is still important today
and when combined with
positive body language
interviewers will remem-
ber you m a more favorable
light," said Hester
Anita McKinney, of the
Duval County Extension


NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support Center Director Carolyn McCorvey (right) reminds youths
and parent that, "FFSC financial educator can assess your finances and help you set priori-
ties to make your money work as hard as you do."


Service, said, "Understand-
ing your financial pnontles
and goals is critical to build-
ing a solid foundation for suc-
cess in life Today, we divide
our participants into three
levels of age and income -
high school graduates, com-
mumty college students and
umversity students I'll give
them their take-home pay min
Monopoly money, along with
budget cards listing their


expenses Then they'll learn
to priontize financial obli-
gations so they will make it
through the month without
over-spending"
The symposium included a
book sigmnng by Jacksonville
author Beverly Roman, who
wrote 'Footsteps Around
the World,' a guide to help
military families meet the
challenges of relocation As


a Navy wife with three chil-
dren and 19 moves under her
belt, Roman urges readers to
get proactive and make PCS
a hfe-ennclung experience
"In addition to relocation,
the book covers issues such
as money tips, babysitting
advice, job interview tips,
choosing a college, dating
tips, driving privileges and
volunteensm" said Roman


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, ,li.. I .1 16, 2009 13


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


Technology Exposition April 20 enlisted and officers welcome. Church Education Building a
at NAS Jax Officers' Club from Register online at rvahnavy.com. 5900 Ricker Road. Call 387-433;
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More than 25 Military Officers Association of or 272-9489.
exhibitors, free refreshments America N.E. Florida Chapter Retired Activities Office (RAO
and drawings. Contact Lacey meets the third Wednesday of at NAS Jax Fleet and Famil'
Livingston at 301-596-8899 each month at 6 p.m. at the Support Center (FFSC) needs
ext. 237 or go to: , visit www. NAS Jax Officers' Club. RSVP volunteers to assist military
FederalEvents.com, click on to retired Capt. Larry Sharpe at retirees and dependents. World
"NAS Jacksonville" and choose 262-3728 or e-mail Isharpel@ three hours a day, one day pe
Government/Military link. comcast.net. week. Call 542-2766 ext. 12(
Navy College Office Education National Naval Officers from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekday:
Fair April 22 at CNATTU (Bldg. Association meets the fourth to volunteer.
858) from 10 a.m. to2 p.m. Reps Thursday of each month at 5 Navy Jacksonville Yacht Clul
available from 26 partnercolleges p.m. at the Urban League, 903 W. meets the first Wednesday c
and universities. Call 542-2477 Union Street. Contact Lt. Cmdr. every month at 7:30 p.m. a
for info. Paul Nix at 422-8480 or email the clubhouse (Building 1956
Gourmet Night to benefit the (Paul.Nix@navy.mil. adjacenttoMulberryCoveMarina
Lighthouse Learnng Center will Navy Wives Clubs of America Open to active duty, reserve an(
be held April 28 from 7-9 p.m. at Jax No. 86 meets the first retired military, plus, active o
the Country Club of Orange Park. Wednesday of each month at 7 retired DoD civilians. Call 778
For more information, call 264- p.m. in Building 857 (at NAS Jax 0805 or email commodore@njyc
7392. main gate behind Navy Marine org.
VP-16 Reunion April 30 - May 2 Corps Relief Society). Not So National Active and Retired
in Orange Park. Former enlisted New Shop open Tuesday and Federal Employees Westside
and officer Eagles should contact Thursday (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.). Call Jacksonville Chapter 1984
Jud or Ann Lord at judann@ 542-1582 for info. meets at 1 p.m. on the fourth
bellsouth.net or (904) 771-5446. Navy Wives Clubs of America Thursday of each month at the
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Energy Tips: Water Efficiency

By Cliff Plante, CEM ,REM


* Repair leaky faucets promptly. One
faucet leaking one drop per second can
waste 2,400 gallon of water a year. That's
13 years worth of drinking water for one
per person.
* Repair "silent leaks" in the toilet. If
food coloring put in the tank ends up in the
bowl without flushing, it leaks. Repairing
the leak will save up to 200 gallons of
water a day.
* The average person use 80-100 gal-
lons of water per day in the home. The top
three uses for water in the home are toi-
lets, bathing and washing clothes.
* Use cold water rather than hot to oper-


ate your food disposer. This save the ener-
gy needed to heat the water, is recom-
mended for the appliances, and aide in get-
ting rid of grease. Grease solidifies in cold
water and can be ground up and washed
away.
* Don't use the "rinse hold" on your dish-
washer for just a few soiled dishes. It uses
3 to 7 gallons of hot water each time you
use it.
* If your shower fills a ... 11 bucket
in less than 20 seconds, replace the show-
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* Shorten your shower by a minute or
two and you'll save up to 150 gallons per
month.


College Education Fair coming April 22


From staff

he NAS Jacksonville

Navy (' II - Office
is sponsoring an edu-
cation fair April 22 from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. at CNATTU
(Bldg. 858, Rm. 105).
Representatives from 26
II -. and universities
will be on hand to answer
questions from service
members and their families
about education opportuni-
ties and degree programs
tailored to the fast-paced
military lifestyle.
Here are some of the ways
the Navy (' II .- Office can
help you reach your educa-


technical training school * Thomas Edison State
through classes ashore, (' II -


afloat or by distance learn-
ing
* Obtain financial aid
* Analyze Navy training
and experience to obtain
II -. credit
Partner schools include:
* American Military
University
* Central Texas ( II
* Charter Oak State
( ' II .
* City University of
Seattle
* Coastline Community
( ' II .
* Columbia (' 11 ,
* Embry-Riddle


* Trident Technical
(' 11 .
* TUI University
* University of Maryland
University ( II _ .
* University of Oklahoma
* Upper Iowa University
* Florida Community
(' II - at Jacksonville
* San Diego City(' II
* Fort Hays State
University
The following organiza-
tions will also be at the fair:
* Navy C' II . Learning
Center
* United Services
Military Apprenticeship


7083.
National Active and Retired
Federal EmployeesClayCounty
Chapter 1414 meets at 12:30
p.m. on the second Tuesday of
each month at the Orange Park
Library, 2054 Plainfield Avenue.
Call 276-9415.
Disabled American Veterans
Chapter 38 meets the second
Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.
at 470 Madeira Dr., Orange Park.
Service officersavailableTuesday
and Wednesday from 9 a.m - 4
p.m. to help with VA claims, call
269-2945 for appointment. Bingo
every Saturday from 10 a.m. - 3
p.m.. public welcome, breakfast


Branch 290 monthly meeting is
the first Thursday at 8 p.m., 390
Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach. Call
246-6855.
Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet
Reserve Unit 126 meets the
second Thursday of each month
at 10 a.m. at the Fleet Reserve
Building, 7673 Blanding Blvd.
Call 771-6850.
Retired Enlisted Association
meets the fourth Wednesday of
each month at 1 n m at the Fleet


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14 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, Apnl 16, 2009

Symposium focuses on mental health care for military and families


By Marsha Childs
NH Jax Marketing and Public Affairs

ormer Navy Lt.

Cmdr. Heidi Kraft, a
clinical psychologist,
served for seven months at
a remote air base in west-
ern Iraq with the Alpha
Surgical Company, 1st
Medical Battalion in 2004.
She shared her heart-
wrenching experiences car-
ing for M marines .ill......
from war zone operational
stress with more than 200
community-based clini-
cians during a two-day
Serving Those Who Have
Served deployment mental
health symposium at the
University of North Florida
(UNF), March 30-31.
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville (NH Jax) and the UNF
co-sponsored the event to
help raise awareness and
provide clinical tools and
resources to mental health
practitioners who treat
military members who have
deployed to a combat zone
- and their families - as
they try to cope with the
aftermath.
Kraft recalled one par-
ticularly disturbing inter-
vention when her mental
health team was dispatched
in May 2004 to Mortuary
Affairs in Fallujah. The 25-
member mortuary unit was
comprised of Marines from
various units. The unit
had just processed the bod-
ies of four American civil-
ians killed in their vehicles
during a grenade attack by
suspected insurgents.
When she first met the
men of Mortuary Affairs,
they quickly pointed they
were not morticians. Their
job was to prepare bod-
ies and inventory per-
sonal effects. One Marine
described a recurring night-
mare of having his unit pro-
cess his own dead body.


Photo by Marsha Childs
Retired Navy captain and clinical psychologist, Dr. Glen Goldberg (left), discusses mental
health issues and post-deployment transitioning with Dr. Heidi Kraft (right) at a recent two-
day symposium designed to raise awareness of combat-related injury and to provide clinical
tools for community-based clinicians.


When Kraft returned in
August to Mortuary Affairs,
the men were angry. The
group was being split up
and the members were
being sent back to their
units. They were a special
group exposed to unrelent-
ing trauma and their only
solace was being with one
another.
"Combat units under-
stand each other like a
band of brothers," said
Kraft. One young Marine
told her it was as if they
were all alone out there on
a base with thousands.
Kraft said this type
of trauma is not so much
about specific stories, but
rather the feelings combat-
weary troops share.
"It's a sense of being
alone, a sense that it will
never be OK," she said.
"They feel isolated in their
struggles and are afraid to
admit they can't do it with-
out help." Kraft under-
stands this firsthand.
When she returned to
NHJAX in September 2004,


she felt jumpy, nervous
and alone. While working
in her office, she heard a
loud noise from somewhere
above and instinctively dove
under her desk to wait for
the fallout. When there was
none, she peeked into the
hallway. A junior hospital
corpsman quickly assessed
the situation, backed Kraft
in the office, and asked if
she was okay. Kraft began
to sob uncontrollably.
When her sobs subsided,
the corpsman said, "It's
okay not to be okay."
That is what she now tells
her patients. The armed
forces are working hard to
de-stigmatize combat stress
injury, according to Kraft.
"These are normal people
in extraordinary circum-
stances," said Kraft, who
specializes in combat trau-
ma. "These are people who
are coming to your care.
- l .11-/ of our roles, we


all have an opportunity to
influence * , , 1, hi , ,. . "
The deployment mental
health symposium brought
together national, regional
and local experts, many of
whom had served in com-
bat zones, who shared their
special insights relating
to military mental health,
operational stress and post-
deployment transition.
Treatment is improving
to better address the needs
of service members and
their families. The mili-
tary has come a long way in
working to understand and
treat mental health issues
associated with combat and
operational stressors, and
timely and proper interven-
tion is critical, according to.
"Combat stress injuries
are more complex than we
used to believe," said Dr.
Quinn Bastian, NH Jax
Mental Health department
head. "It's not just Post


Traumatic Stress Disorder,
there can be mild traumat-
ic brain injury, substance
abuse, depression, and
other problems. And these
injuries have a ripple effect,
often impacting family
members as profoundly as
the service members they
welcome home."
"Operational stress inju-
ries may be complicated,
but they're treatable,"
said Bastian. "As we learn
more about these injuries
we're also learning more
about how to help. We
now understand that a
well-coordinated, multi-
disciplinary team is often
critical to treatment, that
separating a stress-injured
service member from the
support of his military unit
is often counterproductive,
and that the primary con-
text for healing from stress
injuries is the family."
"We are committed to
ensuring that adequate and
appropriate mental health
resources are available to
our heroes and their fami-
lies," said Navy Capt. Bruce
Gillingham, NH Jax com-
manding officer. "Whether
it is before, during, or after
deployments, we want
them to know we care and
that it is alright to ask for
guidance, support or treat-
ment."
In the past, many peo-
ple were reluctant to seek
mental health counseling
or care, so it is impera-
tive to squelch any associ-
ated stigma, according to
Gillingham.
"We continuously advo-
cate a culture that ensures
our service members or
their families who seek
mental health care will
not be ostracized or denied


opportunities for advance-
ment or future service," he
said. I- .. ....... our forc-
es and their families have
available to them high-
quality medical care to
help them be physically fit,
healthy and mentally sound
is key to their . 11 I .1 .
and our imperative to our
operational success."
NH Jax Program Manager
for the Deployment
Health Center, Dr. Tracy
Hejmanowski, was instru-
mental in organizing the
symposium. Her goal was
to ensure that post-deployed
service members, whether
on active duty or as veter-
ans, who found their way
to a civilian or DoD mental
health provider, would be
well served.
"Because there are many
civilian providers who are
interested in working with
military members, we are
invested in educating them
about the subtle nuances
associated with deploy-
ment," Hejmanowski said.
UNF Vice President
Thomas Serwatka said the
faculty was privileged to
be a part of these critical
deployment mental health
conversations.
"I can't think of anything
more honorable to do than
to honor these heroic men
and women," he said. "We
all have a responsibility
to help them rebuild their
lives when they are return-
ing home and to the civilian
ranks."
For more informa-
tion about combat-related
stress, contact the NH Jax
Deployment Health Center
at 542-3500, option 6, or
call Military One Source
at (800) 342-9647 or visit
MilitaryOneSource.com.


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JAXAIRNEWS, NAJACSO ILLE, Thursday 16,2009 15
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(FRCSE) Pollution Brad Youngers, Zak Ross and RyanWestover.


Prevention (P2) Team
recently received two envi-
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Chief of Naval Operations
(CNO) and the Secretary
of the Navy (SECNAV)
for FY07 and FY08 The
FRCSE P2 Team was rec-
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production capacity motes environmental
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sition chrome plated avia partnering As a charter
tion components to non member of the Northeast
chrome processes, to reduce Florida Environmental
the amount of abrasive Compliance Partnering
media used for paint and Team, FRCSE supports
corrosionremovalprocesses, the City of Jacksonville
and to reduce the amount of and the local community
liquid paint waste on Earth Day by promoting
These changes resulted in public awareness of Navy
reduced hazardous waste Environmental Programs
production and associated Within the command,
cost savings The FRCSE there are environmental
energy manager continues coordinators for each stra-
to identify and eliminate tegic busmess team, as well
unnecessary electrical use as Web-based environmen-
by promoting energy con- tal training and an awards
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all facility, equipment and nor contributions to envi-
industrial process improve- ronmental issues
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By Erin Hawkins
Armed Services Blood Program


Supporting our deployed troops with
care packages and emails is impor-
tant- but there's an even more vital
way the NAS Jacksonville community can
care for our troops downrange. By giv-
ing blood to the Armed Services Blood
Program (ASBP) on April 30, you can
ensure our service men and women return
home safely.
The ASBP is a joint program made up
of Army, Navy, and Air Force elements
working together to collect and ship blood
worldwide to take care of the military fam-
ily. The nearest military blood collection
site is at Ft. Gordon, Ga., one of 22 ASBP
donor centers responsible for providing
blood to military hospitals overseas and
at home. Ft. Gordon's team is traveling
to NAS Jacksonville for a blood drive at
the Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit April 30 from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m.
The team is looking forward to what will
be their third trip to the base since August,
said Army Sgt. John Stewart. "It's great
that we get to travel and work with the
other services. When the blood gets over
there, it doesn't matter if you're a Soldier
or a Marine or a Sailor, it's all going to
somebody that needs it," he said.
Stewart has seen firsthand the need; he
was attached to a Combat Support Hospital
(CSH) in Iraq when a Marine was brought
in after a roadside bomb nearly killed him.
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Call 542-2930
for information.


Freedom Lanes
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The Zone Complex
Call 542-3521 for
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Texas Hold'em
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Mon. & Thurs., 7 p.m.
Zone gift certificates
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Trivia Night
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Karaoke
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Wed. & Fri.
7:30 p.m. - until close

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Session 1, April 20 - 30
Session 2, May 4- 14
$30 military / $35 DoD

Aquatics Swim Madness
Program
May 1- August 1
Win great prizes!

Lifeguard Class
May 4- 8, 5-9 p.m.
$100 military, $105 DoD,
$140 guest
Base Gym

Outdoor Pool opens May 16
with games and prizes.
Pool hours: May 16 (11
a.m. - 6 p.m.); May 17 (1
- 5 p.m.); May 23 (11 a.m. -
6 p.m.); May 24 (1 - 5 p.m.);
May 25 (11 a.m. - 6 p.m.);
Memorial Day, May 30 (11
a.m. - 6 p.m.); May 31 (1
- 5 p.m.)

New TRX suspension
training class
Now at the Fitness Center
Tuesday & Thursday at
11:15 a.m. and F,'il.iy at
4:15 p.m.

Family Fitness Center
Located above the Youth
Center Gym
Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tues. & Thurs. 4- 7 p.m.
Work out while your
children enjoy the play
area.

I.T.T. Events
Call 542-3318
for information.

Scenic St. Augustine Cruise
Onboard the Victory III
April 25, $15 per person

Jacksonville Suns Baseball
Home Plate Box - $11
adult, $10.50 child/senior
Reserved - $8 adult, $7.50
child/senior
General Admission - $5
adult, $4.50 child/senior

Funk Fest
May 9 at Metropolitan Park
Gates open at 3 p.m.,
showtime at 5 p.m.
$22 per person


Cirque De Soleil
Saltimbanco,
May 23, $75 per person
Jacksonville Veterans
Memorial Arena

Bama Jam Music and Arts
Festival in Enterprise,
Alabama
Featuring Kid Rock,
Taylor Swift, Gary Allen,
Blake Shelton, Heidi
Newfield, John Anderson,
Brooks & Dunn, Alan
Jackson and more! www.
bamajammusicfestival.com
June 4 - 6
$129.50 per person

Coke Zero 400
July 4, Daytona Speedway
$86 for Keech Box Seats
Ride the ITT shuttle for $15

St. Augustine Fishing
Charters
* Jetties 5 hrs - $325
*Near shore 4 hrs - $375
*Near shore 6 hrs - $475
*Near shore 8 hrs - $575
* Offshore/bottom 10 hrs
- $700
* Offshore/trolling/bottom
- $750
Accommodates four
anglers; equipped with
electronics, tackle & fishing
licenses.
Bring your food, drinks, hat
& sun block.

Paintball Adventures
$21 per person, includes
everything but paintballs
Paintball with military ID
$12, without $14

AMC Gold Experience
Movie Theater tickets now
on sale.
No restrictions - use for any
show, any time! Only $8.

Liberty Cove Recreation
Trips, activities and costs
may be restricted to E1-E6
single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call
542-3491 for information.

Jacksonville Suns Baseball
Game
Tonight
Free admission and
transportation

Comedy Zone Trip
April 23
Free admission and


talk's entire supply, to stabilize the 19-year-
old Marine so that he could return home.
Willing donors lined up around the CSH
to help keep the young man alive and to
replenish the blood supplies on hand.
For the medics, corpsmen, and surgeons
downrange, blood is key. "They are amaz-
ing," said Army Capt. Warren Brown, the
blood team's officer in charge. "But they
can't do their thing unless we have blood."
Ft. Gordon is currently the second high-
est collecting center DoD-wide, and the
majority of the blood they collect is sent
into theater within five days after dona-
tion. Weekly shipments are made into Iraq
and Afghanistan to supply the hospitals
that care for our injured service members.
Anyone eligible to donate can help with
this mission by giving blood on April 30.
Donors should bring a picture ID, and
can expect refreshments and a thank-you
gift after donating. Donors must be at least
17 years old, free of cold and flu symptoms,
and meet the criteria for recent tattoos.
Tattoos received in the state of Florida
must be at least 12 months old, although
some other states are okay. For a complete
list, please check out our Web site. Certain
travel restrictions apply also; donors must
wait 12 months after deployment to Iraq
or Afghanistan, and donors who were sta-
tioned in Europe for more than six months
between 1980 and 1996 are not eligible to
give. Appointments, though not required,
can now be made online with just a few
clicks. For more info, please see www.mili-
taryblood.dod.mil or call (706) 787-3234.


Hospital Red Cross recruiting junior volunteers
From NH lax Public Affairs
The Red Cross Junior Summer Volunteer Program at Naval Hospital Jacksonville
is accepting applications for the summer session.
If your teenager is dependable, willing to accept responsibility and has a desire
to help within the community and meets the requirements, then the Junior Volunteer
Summer Program may be right for them. Interested high school students between the
ages of 15 and 18 are encouraged to apply by May 1.
Enrollment is limited, so applicants should apply without delay. The Red Cross volun-
teer chairman will interview each junior applicant.
Junior volunteers will be assigned to designated areas of the hospital under supervi-
sion of staff members. The Red Cross Junior Volunteer Program requires a minimum of
four hours per week. Volunteers can work up to 24 hours a week.
Applications must include a copy of the volunteer's current PPD. Program orienta-
tion is June 8-9, Room 205 in Bldg. 2004 on the hospital campus. Call 542-7525 for more
information and an application.


appetizers!
Skydiving Trip
April 25
$150 per person

Movie in the Yard featuring
Yes Man
April 29 at 8 p.m.
Barracks Courtyard

Movies at Base Theater
Open to all hands - call
542-3491
Navy Gateway Inn &
Suites Conference Room
(Located on Mustin Rd.
in Bldg. 11.) Vending
machines available.
F,'id.Li, April 17, 7 p.m.
- Valkyrie (PG- 13)
Saturday, April 18, 5 p.m. -
Four Christmases (PG-13)
Saturday, April 18, 7 p.m.
- Cadillac Records (R)
Frd.i.Ly, April 24, 7 p.m.
- Doubt (PG-13)
Saturday, April 25, 5 p.m.
- Seven Pounds (PG-13)
Saturday, April 25, 7 p.m.
- Sex Drive (R)

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 & green fees
April 21 for active duty.
April 23 for retirees and
DoD personnel.

Rain in the savings at the
NAS Jax Golf Course
Play 18-holes with cart for
$20!
Monday and Tuesday
(holidays excluded)

Sunday Brunch now at


Mulligan's, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
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.

GSA Expo
Today 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Free lunch! Hundreds of
vendors!
Call 542-1278

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday - Fi. y, 3:30-7:30
p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends,
3:30-7:30 p.m.

Mulberry Cove Marina
Call 542-3260.

Free Kayak & Canoe
Rental
Every Thursday for active
duty

Skipper "B" Sailing Classes
$150 per person
May 1, 2, 3, 9 & 10
June 5, 6, 7, 13 & 14
July 31, Aug. 1, 2, 8 & 9
Sept. 4, 5, 6, 12 & 13

Intramural Sailing Class
for Active Duty
April 20 - 23, 8 a.m. - 4
p.m.
Free use of sailboats and
instructional materials
This program results in
Skipper "B" certification
and opportunity to
compete in intramural
sailboat races in 2009.

Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club Intramural Sailboat
Races
First Wed. of May, June,


July & August
5 -8:30 p.m.
Free use of your MWR
Mulberry Cove Marina
Flying Scot sailboats

Youth Center
Call 778-9772.

Summer Camp packets now
ready for pick-up
Register at the youth center
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
April 20 - Reservists

Month of the Military Child
Carnival
Saturday, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
NEX Courtyard

Cheerleaders Program
For girls 12 - 17 years of
age
$35 per month with a $50
registration fee
Fee includes practice
uniform and cheer package

NAS Jax Flying Club
For more information, call
777-8549/6035.

Private Pilot Ground School
June 1 - July 8
$450 per person
Includes instruction and
books

Child Development
Homes
For more information, call
542-5381.

Be your own boss!
Provide quality childcare in
your home.
Become a Navy Child
Development Home Care
Provider.


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THE Daily Commuter Puzzle by Jacqueline E. Mathews


ACROSS
1 Sonata or
Prelude
4 Cell afloat
8 Sufficient
13 Valley
14 Ceremony
15 Bashes
16 Role on "The
Waltons"
17 Anything _;
something
more
18 Muscular organ
19 Special dessert
22 Ref.'s decision
23 Guides
24 Follow
26 Tiny unit
29 Capital city
32 Man of the
cloth
36 Family tree
member
38 Part of every
wk.
39 Passage
40 City on the
Rhone
41 Architect
Saarinen
42 Riyadh resident
43 Employs
44 Star of "Our
Miss Brooks"
45 Doling
47 Octagon word
49 Mount
51 One involved in
a public
disturbance
56 Do a tailor's job
58 Court
procedure
61 Interweave
63 City in India
64 Bet
65 Continue
66 Manner
67 d'oeuvres
68 Fine residence
69 Conjunctions
70 Suffix for
station or vision


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Tiny weight
Similar


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4 Piece of
chicken
5 Brook
6 " girl!"
7 Waterfowl
8 Shocked
9 West
10 Leveled off
11 Songbird
12 This: Sp.
13 Ball attendees,
for short
20 "Rats!"
21 Entanglements
25 Say
27 Boatman's
items
28 Stubborn ones
30 Common verb
31 "You shall
conceive and
bear ..."
(Luke 1:31)
32 1st of many
33 Tiresome
companion
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Choir member
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Unwanted mail
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Open Singles Tennis
Tournament April 27 at 5 p.m.
The tournament is free and open to all NAS
Jax authorized men and women ages 18 and
older Matches will play at the Guy Ballou
Tennis Complex Awards will be given for
each division Call NAS Jax Athletics at 542-
2930 to sign up
Captain's Cup 3-on-3 Sand Volleyball
League Meeting May6 at 11:30 a.m.
Open to NAS Jax active duty selective
reservists, command DoDand DoD contractor
personnel Meet at the base gym to obtain
required paperwork, Commands with their
athletic officer or designated representative
attending receive 5 captain's cup points
Summer Golf League
Meeting May 13 at 11:30 a.m.
Open to NAS Jax active duty selective
reservists, command DoDand DoD contractor
personnel Meet at the base gym to obtain
required paperwork, Commands with their
athletic officer or designated representative
attending receive 5 captain's cup points
Captain's Cup Badminton
League Forming
Two-person teams play Mondays at
lunchtime Open to all NAS Jax active
duty selective reservists, command DoD
personnel and DoD contractors
Sports Officials & Scorekeepers Needed
North Florida Military Officials Association
needs individuals to officiate basketball,
soccer, softball, football, volleyball and
wrestling at NAS Jax Experience not
required Contact NAS Jax Gym at 542-
2930/3239


Dy ,/ , ./ ,,..V .. p / . .k .. g-1 Q.
Navy Judge Advocate General Corps
Let's talk about the "cooling-off' rule.
Here's the situation: you're home
watching the ballgame on Saturday
afternoon, when you get a knock on your
door. It's a salesperson who convinces you
to buy a lifetime supply of haze-gray paint.
Sounds like a good idea at the time, and
you would rather get back to the ball game
than try to convince him to leave you alone,
so you agree. The next day you realize you
don't need any more haze-gray paint in
your life - and you want to back out of the
deal. Can you?
Yes. Under the cooling-off rule, if you buy
something at your home or at a location
that is not the seller's permanent place of
business, you may be able to back out of
the deal and get a full refund. But you only
have three days to back out, and this only
works for purchases of $25 or more.
The rule does not apply if you make a
purchase at the seller's primary place of
business (for instance, if you went to the
hardware store to buy the paint). There
are also other exceptions.


NAS JAX SPORTS

2009 Hole-in-One Watch
NAS Jax Golf Course
* Scott Chalmers, Feb 7- Hole No 5, White
Course, 156 yards, 5 wood
* Fred Major, Feb 15 - Hole No 9, Blue
Course, 127 yards, pitching wedge
* Mike Brogan, March 12 - Hole No 3, Red
Course, 156 yards, 3 hybrid
For more information, call Sports Coordinator
Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239 or e-mail bill
bonser@navy mil Visit the MWR Website at
www nasjax navy mil



STANDINGS

Intramural Winter Golf
As of April 10
Team Wins Losses Ties
VP-16 7 0 0
Up & Down 6 0 0
CNATTU Gold 5 2 0
Air Ops 4 3 0
Spartans 4 3 0
CBMU202 3 3 0
FRCSE 3 4 0
HS-11 2 3 1
Naval Hospital 2 4 1
CNATTU Blue 2 5 0
VR-58 2 5 0


Team
VP-16


For example, you cannot back out if: the
sale was for less than $25; the buyer initi-
ates contact with the seller to make per-
sonal property repairs; or if the sale was
made over the phone or by mail. You also
can't use the cooling-off rule to back out of
sales that involve real estate, insurance,
securities - or vehicles sold at temporary
locations if the seller has at least one per-
manent place of business (e.g. that car you
bought at the tent sale from a dealer who
has his own permanent dealership).
There are other exceptions and some
specific rules you have to follow, and every
case is unique. But if you wake up one
morning with "buyer's remorse," and you
think the cooling-off rule may be your way
out, stop by your Legal Assistance Office
for some help.
Legal assistance attorneys are available
to help at: NAS Jacksonville (904) 542-
2565 ext. 3006; NS Mayport (904) 270-5445
ext. 3017; NSB Kings Bay (912) 573-3959.
This article is not intended to substitute
for the personal advice of a licensed attor-


Civilian dentist referrals change July 31


From NH Jax Dental
The Military Medical Support Office
(MMSO) is being replaced by
the Active Duty Dental Program
(ADDP) effective Aug. 1. MMSO currently
administers dental care provided in civil-
ian dental offices for active duty service
members. This program supports the den-
tal readiness and health of our warfight-
ers and service members referred to civil-
ian dental providers for treatment. The
new ADDP is administered by United
Concordia Companies, Inc. (UCCI), the
same company that manages the current
military family member dental plan.
How does this affect you?
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Dentist
Capt. Margaret Alexander said, "It is
important to know that if you are currently
receiving dental treatment at a civilian
dental office under MMSO your treat-
ment must be completed by July 31. After
this date, dental care must be coordinated
through United Concordia ADDP. You, the


service member, may become liable for any
care received after Aug. 1 that has not been
coordinated through United Concordia."
She provided the following important
points:
* Most routine care referrals will cease
after June 30, in order to complete treat-
ment under the old MMSO plan. Some
exceptions will be considered for urgent/
emergency care needed in July 2009.
* The effective contract date for the new
ADDP is Aug. 1.
* Beginning July 1, when your local mili-
tary Dental Treatment Facility refers you
to a civilian dentist under the new ADDP,
one of UCCI's Health Care Finders will
help find and schedule your appointments
with an appropriate provider in their net-
work. These appointment dates will be
after the Aug. 1, 2009 ADDP start date.
* In June, education materials, with the
website and phone numbers for the ADDP,
will be sent to all service members living in
remote areas.


VP-30 O's
CNATTU
FRCSE
Naval Hospital
VP-30 E's
HITRON
VP-45
NAVFAC


Intramural Spring Softball
As of April 10
Team Wins Losses
HITRON 5 1
HSM-70 4 0
Air Ops 4 1
Fire Dept 4 1
NOSC/NCTS 4 1
CNRSE/NRD 4 2
FRCSE 900 3 1
Dirty Birdz 3 1
VP-16 3 3
HS-11 2 2
FRCSE Red 1 5
FRCSE Blue 0 3
VP-30 0 4
Rabid Possums 0 4
SERCC 0 6

Greybeard Softball
As of April 10
Team Wins Losses
CNATTU Gold 4 0
CNATTU Blue 2 1


SERCC
VP-16
Air Ops
FISC


2 2
1 2
0 2
0 2


12 alternatives to lashing out at your child


By Sandra Jones
Fleet and Family Support Center
he next time every-
day pressures build
up to the point where
you feel like lashing out at
your child - stop - and use
any of these simple alter-
natives. You'll feel better
and so will your child.
1) Take a deep breath . . .
and another. Then remem-
ber you are the adult.
2) Close your eyes and
imagine you're hearing
what your child is about to
hear.
3) Press your lips togeth-
er and count to 10 . . . or
better yet, to 20.
4) Put your child in a
time-out chair (Remember
this rule: one time-out min-
ute for each year of age.)
5) Put yourself in a time-
out chair. Think about why
you are angry. Is it your


child or is your child simply
a convenient target for your
anger?
6) Phone a friend.
7) If someone can watch
the children, go outside and
take a walk.
8) Take a hot bath or
splash cold water on your
face.
9) Hug a pillow.
10) Turn on some music.
Maybe even sing along.
11) Write down as many
helpful words as you can
think of and save the list.
12) Call for preven-
tion information: 1-800-
CHILDREN
Research shows that
five factors are present in
healthy families.
* Nurturing and attach-
ment
* Knowledge of parent-
ing and of child and youth
development
* Parental resilience


* Social connections
* Resources and support
for parents
The Fleet and Family
Support Center (FFSC) at
NAS Jacksonville offers
general military train-
ing to all commands on
child abuse awareness.
FFSC also offers activities
throughout April to promote
child abuse prevention and
provide educational oppor-
tunities for service mem-
bers and their families.
* April 18, 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. - MWR "Month of the
Military Child Carnival" at
Navy Exchange courtyard
* April 21 - I .. I . ...
to be Normal," an enlight-
ening play written by Victor
Antonio, will be performed
at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the
Gateway Inn Conference
Center
* April 20 & 27, May 4 &
11, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. - FFSC


I ... .... with Love and
Logic" workshop at FFSC
Bldg. 554
For more information, call
542-2766.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 16, 2009 17

Working out at the

Fitness Center


Photos by Clark Pierce
(From left) Command Chaplain (Cmdr.) Gerald Felder spots
for Chaplain (Lt.) Rory Calhoun as Chaplain (Lt.) Buster
Williams awaits his time on the bench. Along with Chaplain
(Lt.) Thomas Bingol (not pictured) they are the self-pro-
claimed "Chanlains Wrecking Crew."


"Lord, give me strength," says NAS Jacksonville Command
Chaplain (Cmdr.) Gerald Felder recently at the NAS Jax
Fitness Center. His leadership guides the "Chaplains
Wrecking Crew" in their weekly fitness program.


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JAx AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVIILE, Thursday, April 16, 2009 19


WESTSIDE New 3 BR/2
BA/2 car garage, built
in 2004, big lot with vinyl
fence, lakefront,
extended driveway,
close to NAS. Nice quiet
subdvn, $1075/monthly,
military discount. Call
for special 904-260-3701
or 904-386-6368
WESTSIDE off Nor-
mandy & Chaffee 5/3,
like new 3000+sf, gran-
ite/marble, fpl, lots of
upgrades, great loc.,
$1350m-lawn mint incl.
Call John 904-514-1824
0 Westside,
house rental,
five minutes
from base.
il TThree bed-
room, one
bath, pool, office, $1,100
per mo. Call Danielle
904-803-9866.
WESTSIDE- 3/2+ off 295
& 103rd Newly rehab
ch&a, ceramic tile,
plenty of room, fncd yrd
$850mo Hud OK 998-8414
4r Westside 2/2,
1400 sq. ft.,
close to NAS,
ownhouse, big
Jijr bedrooms, very
nice 5647 Great
Pine Lane North $725.00
Call 318-9501 summergri-
iax@yaho.com.
4 d Westside,
large 4/2, FL,
F D, eat-in
kitchen, large
FR w/fireplace,
$8m 2800sq. ft. 2
carports, easy
qualifying $1100/mo
$50/D. 781-5993.
Westside-Loc. off Normandy
Blvd. 3/2 home in safe &
well kept Adams Lake Subd
$995mo. Call 904-612-4912



Ft. Caroline 3/2, LG
mbr/gar tub 1125SF, 1/2
acre, private at, strg
shed $800/mo 904-234-4280
Ft. Caroline 3/2 1036sf,
split bdrm, 1/2 acre, pri-
vate lot, 14x32 gar,
$800/mo 904-234-4280
4 Mayport Rd., 2
BR mobile
home on pri-
G vate property,
very clean,
nice, no pets
$625.00/mos0 $600.00/sec
246-4461.

Nice 3/2 mobile home.
Just $99.00 1st months
rent. Call 695-2255
FREE - FREE - FREE
First Month Free, No lot
Deposit and only a $25 app
Fee this month only. Rent to
own or Buy with only $600
down for a 1994 3br/2ba
14x76. So much to offer
onsite. In house financing
With great rates. Call us
today! 866-796-3461



Po Arlington
civilian, needs
a D-F/ N-S
roommate.
till Serious inquiry
744-0577, Iv
message/phone number.
Great for carpool to
NASJAX.
4 , Female over
age 25, unfur-
nished room
S| $400.00 mo,
"V plus electric,
cable, secu
rity deposit $400.00.
Nice home. Call Donna
at 904-728-4443.
Fleming Island- Share 3/2 hm
Mstr suite/ pool $600mo.
+util. 1st & last 657-9991
Orange Park Rm in pvt
hm, kit&w/d use, TV/cbl
$500mo/$125wk 375-1487
Southside/San Marco Prof
/student/military. Male,
non-smoker, private
entrance, furnished
$575mo. 904-400-3210.
SWestside,
Responsible
S adult, previ-
S ous military. 1
k l bath, 2 bed-
room, mobile
home. Nice park, pool,
basic cable TV $50 Sec
deposit, $195.00 month.
Phone 278-9208.


SWestside,
Roommate
wanted, large
rooms, utili-
ti ties included.
$350.00 month,
singles only. Jerrie
772-7010.




4, ROOM
FOR RENT in
my house $400mo
Cail tz
l .1894-8122




Master Carpenter Seek-
ing House/Room to Rent
Canrexchange repairs
for rent 904-674-5328




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Email: recruiter@
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or fax to (866) 339-8713
EOE/DFWP


RN - Nurse Mgr
Must have minimum
of 2 years management
experience and MDS
experience.
RN Supervisor
11p - 7a
We offer a competitive
compensation package
including industryleading
benefits. Apply in person
11401 Old St. Augustine
Rd., Jacksonville, FL
or fax resumes to
(904) 886-7768. EOE/DFW



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of Health Care:
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Lead Case Mgr
Registered
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Please visit
our website at
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North FloridnL


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Putnam Community
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for over 30 years. Come
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$5,000 SIGN-ON
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* OB - 7p-7a
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OB RNs
Speech/Language
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BONUS w/o AGENCY
Will do modified barium
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Master's degree in SLP
and a FL license are
required.

Medical Records
Coder - FT
Extensive inpatient hospi-
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required.
Clinical
Dietitian - PRN
Bachelor's degree in
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Physical
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FL license is required.
Previous hospital experi-
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Previous hospital experi-
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Please send your resume
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EXP. Class A CDL Driver
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customer oriented email
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904-783-0500


TEACHER
Beauty Academy. F/T.
Must have 2 yrs exp. as
vocational hair & cosme-
tology trainer. Send
resume or apply in per-
son to: CHI OPBA, INC.
d/b/a "Orange Park
Beauty Academy" 2170
Park Ave. Orange Park,
FL 32073






COUNSELING
CASE MANAGERS
Network community
support services for
families with severely
emotionally disturbed
children. BA-degree in
the human services field
plus at least one year
experience with this
population required. ASL
a plus. To learn about
our non-profit agency and
applyon-line, visit www.
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or fax your resume to
904-448-4717. We are an
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*20-30 hour work week
-$10 per hour plus
bonuses
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Positions start
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224-1085





Area Sales
COME ON PEOPLE
This is ridiculous! Week
after week I run ads for
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my organization & get
limited response. There
are no gimmicks, no
surprises & and no hid-
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everything anybody else
can offer, in other
words, not lust a great
income, but all the good-
ies tool Commissions &
Incentives, vacations,
trips, rewards, health,
dental, life & vision
insurance and a 401(k).
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$45K-$75K per year. You
can even qualify for a
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doesn't it? That's why I
can't understand why in
the world you wouldn't
investigate this opportu-
nity. This week I'm hir-
ing for sales in our
Jacksonville office: No
Experience necessary,
we will train you.
Call Harold, 680-0577


B to B
Sales Manager
Recruit, train & motivate
a sales force. Base +
Commission + Override.
Full benefits pkg. No
overnight travel, e-mail
resumes to imtoblin@
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resume to 904-268-3097
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Meals included, refer-
ences available.
Affordable rates. More
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(904)365-1566.
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National
accreditation,
CPR, first aid,
certified
O.P.H.S. area, state
license F04CL0014.
904-955-1965.
Licenced Home
Day Care has
Immediate
openings M-F
63 0 am-6 pm.
CPR certified,
20 yrs experience. Ref-
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777-5046.
4 , Mosby Family
Daycare
Home, Inc.
Offers FREE
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Navy excep-
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category IvorV
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F04DU1049.
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Day Care
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is now a Navy
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provider Lic#
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or 573-0271



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Uninsured or Under Insured
Plans Start at $14.95
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Earth Matters
Landscaping & Lawn Care
Prepare For Summer.
40yrs + exp. Free Est.
Lic. & Ins. 904-403-1610



Parks Brothers Self Storage
New Customers that are
military personnel will
receive a Permanent 50%
Discount off our monthly
storage rental rate.
10874 Lem Turner Rd.
Jax. Fl. 32218 904-766-9000



AC Compressors for heat
pump 21/2 & 3ton. From
$300. 759-7938/579-3114


4 , Men's cloth-
ing "formal"
Tuxedo, blue
medium 1 tux
ti shirt $40.00,
sports coat
blue $18.00. Call 278-9208
days.



WANTED TO BUY- WWII
SOUVENIRS, old USMC
uniforms, Navy & Air
als., Patches , 477-6412



OVERHEAD
PROJECTOR-
Sharp, XR10X
Multimedia
brand new,
never used
paid $860 best
offer Lorren 904-542-2475



BED A Bargain
Queen PillowTop Set$150
Brand New 904-644-0498
BED King Size Set $225
New in plastic, $22
Must sell 904-644-0498
Bowflex ulti-
mate XTLU.
All attach-
ments. Gen-
t il t I y used.
Bought for
$1501.00. Asking $900.00.
Call 912-467-2036 for
details call Joshua.
f Large TV and
electronics
stands, brand
tj | new roll thick
. carpet padding,
Snew motor-
cycle riding
chaps h uch more...mov-
ing 553-6015
4 Living room
set, blue
$300.00, cherry
wood chair
lamp $25.00.
dinette set pin-
ewood country table 4
chairs $400.00. Micro-
wave $30.00 M.C.S. FL
904-529-8263.
MATTRESS FULL Size
NEW Must Sell 140
Call Carter 644-0498 $140
QUEEN MATTRESS SET
Brand New in plastic
$150 904-644-0498
, Sony 53 inch
projector TV
$250.00 firm.
tJLlcab le satellite
ready.
904-781-7904.
i4 Toyota Corolla
1997 122,000
miles. N ew
tires 5 speed
t^imanual trans-
mission, great
shape, cold A/C $3500.
Call 287-1905.



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Ridge Community Yard
Sale Sat. 4/18, 8am-3pm.
_ Mandarin, May
T 1/2, Fri./Sat. -
8-5. Tools,
housewares.
San Jose south
to Marbon
Road. Follow signs to
Blackfoot Court.
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



D Chrome rims
S 17x8 bolt size
6x5.5 $150.00.
SICall anytime
904-304-3167.
Coleman Cargo
$60.00. Call
904-304-3167,
anytime.
. "Cruise
Box"-interior
! lined, mea-
xures 34" wide
x17x 13" deep
S$15.00 264-3486.


Going Out Of Business Sole
30% off. Garner Hardware
3008 N. Edgewood Ave.
353-8245. 30yrs serving Jax.
4 , Rims 22",
275/45 r22 6 lugs
fits SUV Coo-
per Tires, less
than 3000 miles
$1200.00 call
anytime 904-304-3167.
SWeslo Cadence
78E treadmill
20 HP motor.
Basic walking
use fold-u
styIle. Exc
condition $175.00 (904)
505-3315 leave message.



SOcean Kayak
Scupper
Classic". Sit
on top, 2 each
dry areas
S paddle, seat.
Great condi-
tion, red $499 OBO
338-6508 anytime.


4B


Buying Comic
Books. Call
904-651-9439.


21 pitch propel-
ler ec. quick
Silver ss. ec
$225.00. Call
Breck Loveall
(home)
904-261-0134.




Harley David-
Sson 2003 V-Rod
S100th anniver-
s sary edition,
,.r3200 miles, like
S new extra's
$11,000 OBO. Call
904-264-1001 or
904-349-5573.
HARLEY
DAVIDSON
S SOFTAIL 2007
S Custom over
til $2,500 in genuine
H-D accessories
under 6,000 miles only
asking $13,500. 904-771-6406
Honda
VTO1100T1 2001
S tourer, cus-
tomized, beau-
NJt | tifu I custom
paint, Vance &
Hines exhaust, extra
chrome 11,000 miles,
reduced
toy4548@netzero.net.
904-571 -1288 or
904-289-4307.


Antiqufl


Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted



CHOCOLATE LAB
to good home. Free!
904-485-0227



CAIRN TERRIER PUPS
AKC $500-700
www.mccurtysterriers.com
PEKINGESE PUPS- CKC
Cream $450 mail for pics
mccartysrats@yahoo.com
PIT BULL - Gotti Line
Blue Pups, $1000-$1500.
904-759-5563
Rat Terrier Pups
U KC I, $250-$400
www.mccartysralterriers.com


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Aviation
Boats
Sailboats
Boat Dockage & Rentals
Marine Equipment
& Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's & Suppliers
Motorcycles & Mini Bikes
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
Antiques/Classics
Automobiles
Trucks/Trailers/SUVs
Vans/Buses
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Trucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease


2004 BOSTON WHALER
SPORT 150
Mercury-60H P, 4-Stroke,
Stainless prop - Recently
serviced - Bimini-top -
Humminbird Fish
Finder - GPS (NEW)
New 2007 Karavan Drive
on Trailer, 12 Gallon
Gas Tank (NEW)
Very Clean Boat.
$10,900.
Call 349-0037


Rare Classics '28 Packard
Sedan 526 original. '60
Thunderbird low mile HT.
'64 Pontiac Conv. perfect
cruiser. 904.718.6724



ACURA INTEGRA '96-
97Kmi. Exc. cond. Only
$7987. Call 626-2828
� AUDI A4 2.0 '07
Lthr, CD, Sunroof
$21,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
�BMW 330i 06
Premium Sport
Pkg, Like New
$24,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� BMW Z4 '06
Roadster Only
20K Miles Convert
$22,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
�CADILLAC CTS '09
Save Thousands!
$32,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


Come See
Styxx Jenkins.
Military, Bad Credit
No Credit
NO PROBLEM!
Want to be treated
like family, come to
Frank Griffin
Motors
1515 Wells Rd
Orange Park
269-1033 or 891-3898






SHONDA ACCORD
Hybrid '05 1-Owner
Like New $13,390
998-0012 LEXUS OF
JACKSONVILLE

HONDA S2000 conv. '02 -
70Kmi, Exc. cond. Only
$13,987. Call 626-2828
INFINITI G35'05
Coupe, Only 6K
Miles, $23,890
998-0012 LEXUS OF
JACKSONVILLE
INFINITI M35'06
Black/Tan, Fulity
Eqpt, $26,680
998-0012 LEXUS OF
JACKSONVILLE


�JAGUAR S-TYPE
03 Ex Low Miles
Lthr CD $11,990
998-0012 LEXUS OF
JACKSONVILLE
LEXUS ES330 '04-53kmi.
Exc cond. Only $16,987.
Call 626-2828
LINCOLN TOWN
CAR '06 Signature
Series LTD Pearl
White $17,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MAZDA MIATA SE
'02 Lthr, CD, Like
New $14,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSANALTIMA
SL '05 Leather
Sunroof CD $13,988
998-0012 LEXUS OF
JACKSONVILLE
SMART CAR '08
Auto, Only 10K
Miles, $13,990
998-0012 LEXUS OF
JACKSONVILLE

� VOLVO S60 '06
Lthr, CD, Sunroof,
15K miles $18,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
�VW GTi '07
Custom In & Out
$18,860 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE




� CADILLAC
ESCALADE '07
Like New, One
Owner, Fully Eqpt.
$35,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
..RD EXPLORER '05
(fr\ Eddie Bauer Ex
Low Miles $13,690
998-0012 LEXUS OF
JACKSONVILLE
FORD EXPEDITION '06
� Limited, DVD,
Fully Equipped
$21,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
� MERCURY
MARINER Hybrid
'06, Only 22K mi
$17,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MITSUBISHI RAIDER
'07 - 24Kmi. Exc. cond.
Only $12,987. 626-2828
SNISSAN XTERRA
SE 4X4'03 $11,990
998-0012 LEXUS OF
JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
HYBRID' 06- 21Kml,
Only $21,987. Call 626-2828
� TOYOTA TUN-
DRA SR5 06 Dble
24K miles $20,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE




CASH FOR JUNK CARS
Alive or Dead 237-1657


$7.8 Billion
Is the economic
impact of the mili-
tary in Northeast
Florida and
Southeast Georgia.
Advertise in
the military
publications
distributed at
the local bases
in the area.
To advertise
Please call
904-359-4336,
Fax 904-366 6230.


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To list your dealership,


please call



904-359-4321


Before you buy, shop these local dealerships first!


TOM BUSH BMW
JACKSONVILLE
9850 Atlantic Blvd.
725-0911


TOM BUSH BMW
ORANGE PARK
6914 Blending Blvd
777-2500



GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs
2644502
ww.garberautomall.com


KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111


PARKER CADILLAC
375 Belz Outlet Blvd
(904)824-9181




NIMNICHT CHEVY
1550 Cassat Ave.
425-6312
www.nimnichtchevy.com


GARER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
www.garberautomall.com


GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200


JACK WILSON CHEVROLET
2255 US1 South 797-4567


JERRY HAMM CHEV
3494 Philips Hwy. 398-3036


ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421

CARUISO CHRSLER JEEP
DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 904-642-0000

www.carusocjd.com

GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
www.garberautomall.com


JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000

MIKE SHAD CHRYSLER JEEP

1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454




ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421


CARUSO CHRYSLER JEEP
DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 904-642-0000
www.carusocjd.com


JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000


GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
www.garberautomall.com


ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500


RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454


WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561




PAULCLARK PO ERCURY

1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee)

225-3673



GARBER FORD-MERCURY

Green Cove Springs 264-4502

www.garberautomall.comrn




MIKE SHAD FORD

At The Avenues

10720 Philips Hwy.

904-292-3325


MIKE DAVIDSON FORD

AT REGENCY

9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060


MIKE SHAD FORD

OF ORANGE PARK

7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673




NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC

11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826


GARBER GMC TRUCKS

Green Cove Springs

264-4502

www.garberautomall.com


DUVAL HONDA

1325 CassatAve. 899-1900
LOU SOBH HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300






KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060






ATLANTIC INFNITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200




ATLANTIC JEEP

2330 US 1 South 354-4421


CARUSO CHRYSLER JEEP

DODGE

10979 Atlanic Blvd. 904-642-0000

www.carusocjd.com


GARBER JEEP

Green Cove Springs

264-2416

www.garberautomall.com


JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER

JEEP DODGE

9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000


MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP

ON CASSAT

1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792


RICK KEFFER

1-95 Exit 129, Fem Bch.

1-800-228-7454


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


LEXUS OF ORANGE PARK
7040 Blanding Bvd. 777-5100
www.lexusoforangepark.com




NORTH FLORIDA
LINCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100


MIKE SHAD FORD
UNCOLN MERCURY
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673




TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


MAZDA CITY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600




BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080


MERCEDES BENZ
of ORANGE PARK
7018 Blanding Blvd.
777-5900




TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX

1810 Cassat Ave.
38-3621


MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP

1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTI1C
10600 Atlantic Blvd.

888-519-0618


COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy.

888-542-4858




GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs
264-4502
ww.garberautomall.com


JACK WILSON PONTIAC
BUICK GMC

2250 US1 South
797-4577


NIMNICHT PONTIAC - GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy.
8544826




BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.

10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155




SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145


SATURN OF ORANGE PARK

8105 Blending Blvd.

779-0071

SATURN OF REGENCY

8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200

8600 Atlantic Blvd.

725-8200





SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE

10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455





KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA

6501 Youngerman Circle.

771-9100

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA

1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561





TOM BUSH VW

9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911

O'STEEN VOLKSWAGEN

11401 Philips Hwy. 322-5100





O'STEEN VOLVO

2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486





PROFESSIONAL

AUTO LEASING

10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694


BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
www.beachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Bvd.
724-3511


BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd.
724-1080


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
PRE-OWNED CENTER
10384 Atlantic Blvd.
998-0012


TOM BUSH BMW
CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED
9910 Atlantic Blvd.
371-4381


TOM BUSH MINI
USED CAR
SUPER CENTER
9875 Atlantic Blvd.
371-4877


WORLD IMPORTS CERTIFIED
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
www.woddimportsusa.com
11650 BEACH BLVD.

998-9992


O'STEEN VW CERTIFIED
PRE-OWNED CENTER

11401 Philips Hwy.

322-5100


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(Between I -10 & San Juan Ave) * 1672 CASSAT AVENUE * 384-6561


01 DODGE STRATUS Fully Equipped - 859014B.................... $2988 06 JEEP LIBERTY Fully Equipped - P10528 ............................ $9988
98 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER Fully Equipped - 857011A ............. $2988 05 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS Loaded - 859059A.................... $10988
98 VOLKSWAGEN GOLF Fully Equipped - PR10558A ............ $2988 07 PONTIAC G6 Fully Equipped, Clean - PR10348A............ $10988
02 FORD FOCUS Fully Equipped - PR10362A ...................... $3988 04 BUICK RENDEZVOUS Leather, Loaded - P10182 .............. $10988
02 DODGE NEON Clean, Fully Equipped - 952502A .............. $3988 05 NISSAN ALTIMA S MODEL Loaded - P10069..................... $11900
03 FORD WINDSTAR Fully Equipped - PR10557A................. $3988 06 CHEVY EQUINOX Fully Equipped - P10643...................... $11988
01 FORD MUSTANG COUPE Fully Equipped, Low Miles - 753006A.. $4988 06 HONDA CIVIC 4DR LX Loaded - PR 10492A...................... $12988
04 CHEVY MONTE CARLO Fully Equipped - PR10613A............. $5988 06 JEEP WRANGLER SOFT TOP Automatic, Air - 859139A1........... $12988
04 JEEP LIBERTY Fully Equipped - 855089B....................... $7488 07 FORD MUSTANG GT Fully Equipped, Automatic - 951030A ... $17988
01 FORD EXPEDITION XLT Leather, Loaded - P10584A ............. $7988 03 NISSAN 350Z TOURING Leather, Automatic - 755069B.......... $19999
03 DODGE STRATUS COUPE R/T Loaded, Leather, S/R - P10067. $8988 06 DODGE RAM 1500 MEGA CAB 5,000 Original Miles, Loaded - 959002A $19999
06 CHRYSLER TOWN AND COUNTRY Fully Equipped - 951031A.. $8988 07 NISSAN QUEST Loaded, DVD, Nav, S/R - 857060A ............. $20988
03 CHEVY TAHOE Leather, Clean - 755047 ..................... $9988 06 FORD F250 DIESEL - 859032B......................................... $20999
07 CHEVY AVEO Fully Equipped -PR10563.......................... $9988 06 ACURA TL Leather, Nav, S/R - PL10355......................... $21988

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