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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2010


Family readiness key to Navy success

Vice CNO

briefed on family

programs at NAS

Jacksonville
By Kaylee LaRocque
Deputy Public Affairs Officer


Vice Chief of Naval
Operations Adm.
Jonathan Greenert
visited NAS Jacksonville
Feb. 8 to learn more about
the Fleet and Family
Support Center's (FFSC)
programs offered to mili-
tary members and their
families and to visit the
Youth Activities Center and
Naval Hospital Jax.
Upon arriving at the
FFSC, Greenert received
a brief of the four main
areas the center focuses on,
including deployment readi-
ness, crisis response, career
support retention and pro-
gram management, from
FFSC Director Carolyn
McCorvey.
McCorvey explained
how her staff interacts
with tenant commands
and partners with resourc-
es in the community to
benefit military mem-
bers and their families.
Greenert also received a
brief about the Individual
Augmentee (IA) Program,
Ombudsman Program
and New Parent Support
Program aboard the base.
"We were the first com-
mand to realize the need
to recognize IAs returning
from deployment and part-
ner with the Navy League
to hold special luncheons


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert meets with counselors and staff members at the NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support Center for
a roundtable session during his Feb. 8 fact-finding visit.


for these personnel. Now,
this idea has gone Navy-
wide," explained McCorvey.
"We also have an out-
standing and very active
Ombudsman Program here
which is so important to the
individual commands. And
our New Parent Support
Program is especially busy
with Naval Hospital Jax
being here and more than
100 births each month."
After the brief, Greenert
met with an FFSC focus
group to learn more about
their programs and con-
cerns they are having when


dealing with military mem-
bers and their families.
"One of these things
I look after is the overall
readiness of our Navy. I
ensure we are headed in the
right direction and try to
stay on top of issues. Every
individual who joins the
military understands unit
readiness. You have to be
trained and you have to be
proficient at what you do to
ensure your unit is ready,"
said Greenert.
"But when you talk readi-
ness, what does that mean
regarding individual readi-


ness? Can our Sailors be
called upon to deploy and
support another unit or
service individually? This
came about when we first
started using IAs. We had
people who weren't ready
- not physically fit, medi-
cally ready, finances were
a mess, etc. So we worked
hard to understand person-
al readiness," he added.
Greenert continued,
T. I..y our deployments are
more difficult with chang-
es to shore and sea duty
times and IA assignments.
It's stressful on our young


Sailors. And that stress
manifests itself right to
the families. It's a different
kind of era we are in and
this relates to family readi-
ness."
"I think we need to
ensure our families are
informed, prepared to be a
Navy family, and we have
to make them more resil-
ient to what is happening in
our Navy. So I'm here today
to get a sense from you on
what you are seeing with
our Sailors and families,"
he said to the focus group.
The admiral's next stop


was the NAS Jax Youth
Activities Center where
he was given a tour of the
facilities and learned about
the different after school
programs available and the
Voluntary Pre-K program.
He also toured the fam-
ily fitness center where
parents can work out and
bring their young chil-
dren with them to play
in a secure, safe area.
Greenert was thrilled
with the concept, stating he


See VICE CNO, Page 9


Photos by AM3 (AW) Nicole Bieneman
HS-11 brought back 97 of its Sailors to NAS Jax in shifts from USS Carl Vinson. HS-11 was was
working around the clock supporting Operation Unified Response in Haiti.



'Dragonslayers'




return from Haiti


By AM3(AW) Nicole Bieneman
Staff Writer


Nearly 100 members of the HS-11
"Dragonslayers" returned to NAS
Jacksonville Feb. 3 after spending
the past three weeks embarked on board
USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) participating
in Operation Unified Response.
"I'm extremely proud of all our HS-11
Dragonslayers. We got a phone call direct-
ing us to support humanitarian assistance
and disaster relief operations in Haiti
following the earthquake," said HS-11
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Max Clark.
"Within six hours, our squadron members
packed their bags, said goodbye to their
families and friends, and were on board
USS Carl Vinson heading south. We pro-


vided first response to help ease human
suffering and did anything we could for
them. It was a total team effort, we had
the Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Army,
Coast Guard and other government and
non-government agencies of the United
States all working together to accomplish
our mission," Clark concluded.
The HS-11 team worked around the clock
transporting passengers and cargo to the
island.
"Once we got down there and got near
the coastline, we immediately started the
operations," said AWRC Troy Rankin. "It
was a humbling experience seeing the mass
devastation. As we started flying the mis-
sions and delivering the food and water


See HS-11, Page 8


Fallen hero

comes home

Photos by Kaylee LaRocque

(Above) A Marine Corps Honor Guard from
Blount Island Command carries the remains
of Lance Cpl. Timothy Poole past family
members and friends to an awaiting hearse
at NAS Jacksonville Feb. 2. Poole, 22, was
killed while supporting Operation Enduring
Freedom Jan. 24 during combat operations
in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. He was
assigned to the 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine
Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine
Expeditionary Force, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.
(Right) A hearse carrying the remains of
Lance Cpl. Timothy Poole, 22, is escorted by
security officials down the flightline at NAS
Jacksonville as hundreds of military mem-
bers and civilians honor the fallen hero.


Ensign i.L. Brown
Remembering Navy's First Black Aviator
Page 4


I P1% S I " E

e Heiping Haiti
Fleet And Industrial Supply Center
SM Pages 6-7


HS-7
On Patrol For USS Truman Exercise
Page 11


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2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 11, 2010


Looking back to August, 1943...


U.S. Navy photo
U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen were assigned to NAS Jacksonville for special training in aerial warfare. They studied
the operation of a Vought OS2U Kingfisher on a catapult next to the St. Johns River. This single-engine float plane oper-
ated primarily from battleship and cruiser catapults for reconnaissance and downed-aviator rescue missions.


Children's commercials set bar too high


By Sarah Smiley
Special contributor


My youngest son, Lindell,
(my youngest of three boys)
watches too much television.
Granted, he's not in front of it all day,
but he watches more TV than I ever
allowed my oldest son, Ford, when he
was three years old.
Lindell's TV habits weigh on my
conscience, even as I realize that
it's sometimes necessary to occupy
him while I do the 582 other things
expected of me daily.
Happily, those commercial-free, pre-
school channels are Lindell's favor-
ite. This makes me feel better. After
all, Yo Gabba Gabba does tell him
not to bite his brothers ("Don't! Don't!
Don't bite your friends!"). And with-
out Wonder Pets, how would he know
what a Pangaroo is?
Lindell was recently watching his
favorite channel while I folded laun-
dry. At the point in the show where
there would have been a tradition-
al advertisement, there was a public
service announcement disguised as
a Martha Stewart-like homemaking
segment for kids.
A mother and two children were
standing in a clean kitchen with sun-
light beaming through the windows.
I was only half listening, but I knew
that the mother was about to make
me look like a bad parent. I might
have dived for the controller to inter-
cept, the way I sometimes do before an
imminent profanity on my older boys'
shows. But the controller has been lost
for days.
The TV mom announced they would


frost cupcakes to look like Dora the
Explorer. Everything from the plaid
valances in the background to the
way the mother said "template" with
a crisp accent emphasizing the "p"
annoyed me.
According to the instructions, chil-
dren and their parents should melt
chocolate, place it in a Ziploc bag, and
snip (there was that crisp "p" again)
one of the corners to form a makeshift
pastry bag. Next, the mother made an
outline of Dora's hair with the melted
chocolate. Her Ziploc-pastry bag never
busted open. Nor did any chocolate
spill out the other end and down her
shirt sleeve.
Lindell watched with interest - and
that bothered me. He didn't even move
his eyes from the screen as he reached
into his bowl for a Goldfish cracker
and stuck it in his mouth.
Sure, the craft looked easy enough
- if you had someone buy the ingre-
dients and set them on the kitchen
counter for you in an orderly way.
Oh, and also if your children calmly
wait for instructions instead of suck-
ing the melted chocolate out of the bag
first. In the ad, the children didn't
grab, whine, bicker or knock the bottle
of food coloring onto the floor.
The segment took less than two
minutes, but in that brief period, the
producers had managed to change my
son's perspective.
Moms are supposed to spend their
whole day doing crafts with their chil-


dren, not studying for grad school,
going to work, folding laundry, cook-
ing dinner - or maybe, just maybe,
having some free time for themselves.
They set the bar too high. Surely
creators of segments like this know
that first-born children aren't watch-
ing.
No, first-borns are actually doing
crafts with their mother. It is second-
and third-born children - like Lindell,
whose moms who are spread too thin
to consider crafts, who are the captive
audience.
After the segment was over, Lindell
looked at me expectantly. His eyes
made his thoughts clear. "Shouldn't
you spend the rest of your day doing
that craft with me? Clearly other
moms are doing it. I bet every other
mother in this city is doing that craft
right now."
I talked back with my own expres-
sive eyes: "Look, Kid, I'll call every
mom I know. Not one of them is doing
that craft."
At the next commercial break,
another "ad" announced, "We're not
perfect, we're parents."
"Did you hear that, Lindell," I want-
ed to say. "Didn't I already take you to
the library and a walk? Didn't we just
do 12 puzzles together? Don't I sing
you to sleep at night?"
Thanks, children's programming,
for pitting my son and me against
each other. As if raising human
beings wasn't hard enough.


HEY, MONEYCHIBC

Hey, MoneyChic: I've got 7% of my pay going into my
TSP. The rest of my pay goes to a couple bills and then I
have fun with the rest. A shipmate told me I should have
a savings account, I told him about my TSP, but he said
that really wasn't savings and I needed to diversify. What
is he talking about?
MoneyChic says: First, let me praise you for contribut-
ing to your TSP, you will be pleased with yourself in your
retirement years when you have that additional income.
Your friend is correct though, the TSP (Thrift Savings
Plan) isn't supposed to be thought of as a "savings"
account. Yes, you can dip into it in case of emergency, but
there are penalties to be paid for early withdraws from
your account and you also have a set amount of time in
which it needs to be repaid. It's smarter to have a savings
account through a local bank or credit union that is ear-
marked for emergencies. Everyone has emergencies, it's
pretty much a fact of life...car repairs, illnesses, vet bills,
you name it. Savings accounts are established for times
like this. Once you have a savings account established,
which should be 3 months of basic living expenses, then
you can move on to other forms of savings. TSP would be
my next advice, which you are already doing. After that I
would look into savings for children's higher education, if
you have kids. Beyond that, you may want to start consid-
ering CD's (certificates of deposit) through your bank or
even branch out to mutual funds. Spreading your types of
"savings" over a variety of different sources is what would
be considered diversifying. Hope this helps.
That's my two cents ...
Please feel free to send your questions to: MoneyChic,
P.O. Box 48 Naval Air Station, Jacksonville FL 32212.


GMSA KEVIN OSSA

Job title/command:
Navy Munitions Command


Hometown: Queens, N.Y.


Favorite duty station/
Why? NAS Jax, because it
is very laid back.

Last book read: Helter Skelter by Vincent
Bugliosi

Favorite pastime: Playing Nintendo.

Most interesting experience: Going
skydiving.

Who is your hero? My dad.




ANGELA "RENAY" BOWSER

Job title/command:
Management Technician

Hometown: Pensacola

Favorite duty station?
Mannheim, Germany.

Last book read: Don't Sweat the Small
Stuff

Favorite pastime: Listening to music.

Most Interesting Experience: Climbing
the Eiffel Tower.


FROM THE HOMEFRONT


Chapel Center Calendar
Sunday Services
8:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
9:45 Protestant Sunday School
10:45 a.m. Catholic CCD
11 a.m. Protestant Worship
St. Edward's Friday Holy Mass
6 p.m., followed by confession at 6:30 p.m.
Feb. 14 - St. Valentine's "Renewal of Vows"
5 p.m. in historic All Saints Chapel,
followed by dinner/dance at the "0" Club. Complimentary
childcare provided, call 542-3051/3052 for tickets.
Feb. 17 - Ash Wednesday services
St. Edward's Mass at 11:35 a.m. and All Saints Chapel Holy
Communion at noon.
The Jacksonville Ladies
at Jacksonville National Cemetery seek volunteers to honor
veterans and fallen service members. Contact Cathy Cayton at
272-9489 or kcayton@hotmail.com.
Weekly Bible Study
Building 749, every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.
Women of Faith
First Saturday of the month at 10:30 a.m. for fellowship, study
and support. Bring a potluck dish to share.
Officer Christian Fellowship and Bible study
with Chaplain Williams every Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Monthly men's prayer breakfast
every second Saturday at 9 a.m. at the chapel.
Barracks Bible Study
with Chaplain Calhoun every Wednesday at 6 p.m.
in the main conference room.
Set your course in Navy life at COMPASS NAS Jax
A "spouses mentoring spouses" program by Naval Services
Family Line. Contact compassjacksonville@nsfamilyline.org

NAS Jacksonville Chapel Center
542-3051
Corner of Birmingham Avenue and Mustin Road


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NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer......................... Capt. Jeffrey Maclay
Command Master Chief.............................CMDCM(SW/SS) Jeff Hudson
Public Affairs Officer .................................................... Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Public Affairs Officer.......................................Kaylee LaRocque
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor ................................................................................... Clark Pierce
Design/Layout.................................................................. George Atchley
Staff Writer...................................................AM3(AW) Nicole Bieneman
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 11, 2010 3


From


five


to


one


Lee named CNRSE Sailor of the


Year


By MC3 Juan Pinalez
Region Southeast Public Affairs
The tension in the
small waiting room
was palpable as the
top five 2009 Sailors of the
Year, from installations
within Commander, Navy
Region Southeast (CNRSE),
anxiously waited for their
turn to stand before the
regional SOY selection
board composed of com-
mand master chiefs.
The board selected
MA1(SW/EXW) Jeffrey Lee
of Naval Station Ingleside,
Texas. He returned from
his second tour with Task
Force 134 in Iraq at the
beginning of 2009, having
earned his Expeditionary
Warfare Qualification. He
served as Ingleside's instal-
lation training officer, secu-
rity department training
officer, and security depart-
ment leading petty officer.
Lee also earned two associ-
ate's degrees.
"These Sailors represent
the best our installations
have to offer, so this week
is all about them and their
families," said CMDCM
Joseph Curtin, CNRSE
regional command master
chief. "Last year it was just
the top five who were invit-
ed to Jacksonville, but this
year CNRSE Commanding
Officer Rear Adm. Tim
Alexander invited all 18 of
the region's SOYs to par-
ticipate in activities at NAS


The top five candidates for 2009 Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Sailor of the Year pose with a jaguar statue outside
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. (From left) MA1(SW/EXW)
Jeffrey Lee, AWO1 (NAC/AW) James Davis, MC1 (AW) Monica
Nelson, ATC1(AW) Dwayne Hinson Jr. and MA1(SW/AW)


Photos by MC3 Juan Pinalez
MA1(SW/EXW) Jeffrey Lee, winner of the 2009 Commander, Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE)
Sailor of the Year award, receives his "guiding compass" from CNRSE CMDCM Joseph Curtin.


Jacksonville from Feb. 2 to
Feb. 5."
Curtin announced who
among the 18 outstand-
ing Sailors were chosen for
the top five. In addition to
Lee, the other four Sailors
included AWO1(NAC/AW)
James Davis of NAS Key
West, MC1(AW) Monica
Nelson of Commander,
Navy Region Southeast,
MA1(SW/AW) Dary Sampy
of NAS Pensacola, and
ATC1(AW) Dwayne Hinson
Jr. of NAS Meridian.
Last year's winner,
now MAC(SW/AW) Larry
Thomas from NAS Key
West, said the gathering


of these future leaders is
an excellent networking
opportunity. "As these first
class petty officers transi-
tion to Chiefs, the shared
experiences with other rat-
ings will help them under-
stand the big picture," said
Thomas.
"EN1 Carol Winkler and
I had some good conversa-
tions on 'don't ask, don't
tell,"' said Nelson. "We
have differing views on
it, but I appreciated hear-
ing her thoughts. She also
shared what it was like to
be the first and only female
engineman aboard her first
ship, and how important


strong female leadership
would be to the integration
soon to take place on sub-
marines."
Nelson added, "GM1
Gilbert Arizaga talked
about his experiences at
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
and recounted some of the
base's history. It was these
kinds of conversations that
made the week so much
more than first class petty


Dary Sampy.
officers hanging out. This
was leadership developing
stronger leadership in the
same way iron sharpens
iron."
The winner was an-
nounced at a formal ban-
quet held at the prestigious
Tournament Players Club
Sawgrass, the PGA Tour
headquarters. Eighteen
Sailors with outstanding
military bearing matched
that of senior personnel
present. During the week,


these men and women
exemplified the Navy's core
values of honor, courage,
and commitment.
"What we've done here
is prepare our future,
our replacements,
said CMDCM(SW/SS)
Jeff Hudson of NAS
Jacksonville during clos-
ing remarks at the ban-
quet. "The Navy will most
definitely benefit from the
shaping of these future
leaders."
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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 11, 2010

Courage, airmanship and devotion to duty


Remembering Navy's
first black aviator

From staff

Jesse LeRoy Brown was
born in Hattiesburg,
Miss. on Oct. 13,
1926. Educated in the pub-
lic schools of Hattiesburg,
he attended Ohio State
University College of
Engineering, prior to
enlisting in the U.S. Naval
Reserve on July 8, 1946.
Brown reported for active
duty the following year at
Glenview, Ill. His enlist-
ment was terminated to
accept appointment as
Midshipman, U.S. Navy,
and on Apr. 9, 1947, he
reported to the Navy Pre-
Flight School, Ottumwa,
Iowa, for flight training.
Ensign Brown received
further flight training at
NAS Pensacola, Fla. He
was detached June 22,
1948 to NAS Jacksonville,
Fla. for duty with Fighter
Advanced Training Unit
(VF-ATU) 2 flying the
Grumman F6F Hellcat.
While aboard NAS
Jacksonville, Brown was
designated a Naval Aviator
(heavier-than-air) Oct. 21,
1948 - becoming the U.S.
Navy's first Black aviator.
Wearing his new "wings
of gold," Brown reported to
Fighter Squadron (VF) 32
on Jan. 4, 1949, where he
flew the F4U-4 Corsair and
subsequently deployed with
his squadron on USS Leyte
(CV-32). He took the oath
of his commissioning at sea,
administered by Capt. W.
I. Erdmann, commanding
officer of the Leyte.
Ensign Brown flew 20
missions while assigned to
VF-32, with the Leyte hav-
ing joined the 7th Fleet by
then, in the combat operat-
ing area off the northeast
coast of Korea.
For this service, Brown


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U.S. Navy photo
Ensign Jesse Leroy Brown (third from left), becomes the
first African-American to receive his aviator wings through
the Naval Aviation Cadet Program during a graduation cer-
emony at NAS Jacksonville Oct. 23, 1948. During the Korean
Conflict, his squadron (VF-32) operated from USS Leyte
(CV-32), flying F4U-4 Corsair fighters in support of United
Nations forces. On Dec. 4, 1950, while on a close air support
mission near the Chosin Reservoir, Brown's plane was hit by
enemy anti-aircraft fire and crashed. Despite heroic efforts
by other aviators, he could not be rescued and died in his
aircraft. Brown was posthumously awarded the Distinguished
Flying Cross for his combat service in the Korean Conflict.


earned the U.S. Navy and
Marine Corps Air Medal.
The citation reads:
"For meritorious achieve-
ment in aerial flight as
pilot of a fighter plane in
Fighter Squadron 32,
attached to the USS Leyte,
in action against enemy
aggressor forces in Korea
from Oct. 12. to Nov. 7,
1950. Completing 10 mis-
sions during this period,
Ensign Brown partici-
pated in close-air support
flights and carried out dar-
ing bombing and strafing
attacks against enemy lines
of communication, trans-
portation facilities, military
instillations and troop con-
centrations at Wonsan and
Sinanju.
Leading his section in the
face of hostile antiaircraft
fire, he vigorously pressed
home his attacks, thereby
contributing materially to
the success of his division
in inflicting serious losses


upon the enemy and in pro-
viding effective support for
friendly ground forces. His
courage, skilled airmanship
and unswerving devotion to
duty were in keeping with
the highest traditions of the
U.S. Naval Service."
Brown was also the first
African-American Naval
officer to loose his life in
combat. On Dec. 4, 1950,
while flying close-air sup-
port with Lt. j.g. Thomas
Hudner Jr. for Marines
fighting near the Chosin
Reservoir, Brown's plane
was hit by enemy gunfire
and crash-landed.
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his own plane to help the
injured flier, risking his
own life to save Brown, who
was trapped in the burning
wreckage, by packing snow
bare handedly around the
fuselage while continuing
enemy attack, but in vain.
Ensign Brown was enti-
tled to the Korean Service


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Medal. He was posthu-
mously awarded the Purple
Heart Medal and the
Distinguished Flying Cross.
His citation for the DFC
reads:
"For heroism and extraor-
dinary achievement in
aerial flight as a fighter
pilot and section leader in
VF-32, attached to the USS
Leyte, in action against
enemy aggressor forces
in the Korean Area from
Oct. 12 to Dec. 4, 1950.
Participating in 20 air
strikes during this period,
Ensign Brown led his sec-
tion in daring attacks on
enemy military instilla-
tions, lines of communica-
tions, transportation facili-
ties and troop concentra-
tions at Chosin Reservoir,
Ta-ku-shan, Manp'ojin,
Lin-chiang, Sinuiju, Kesan,
Wonsan, Ch'ongjin, Songjin,
Kilchu and Sinanju.
Flying in support of units
of the 1st Marine Division
surrounded by enemy in
the vicinity of the Chosin
Reservoir, he pressed home
numerous attacks on hos-
tile troops moving to attack
our forces, continuing his
aggressive behavior runs
despite heavy opposition
until his plane was fatally
struck by enemy anti-air-
craft fire.
His exceptional courage,
airmanship and devotion
to duty in the face of great
danger reflect this highest
credit upon Ensign Brown
and the United States
Naval Service. He gallantly
gave his life for his coun-
try."
The first U.S. Navy ship
to be named in honor of a
black Navy officer was
named in honor of Brown.
USS Jesse L. Brown (DE
1089), a Knox-class ocean
escort ship, was launched
March 18, 1972 at Avondale
Shipyards in Westwego, La.


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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
From left, Public Works Officer Cmdr. Bill Siemer, NAS
Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr., NAS Jax
CDC Director Mary Grenier and Jim Klepzig, senior proj-
ect manager for Sauer, Inc. break ground for the new Child
Development Center Feb. 2.

NAS Jax breaks ground on

new Child Development Center

By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Jack
Scorby Jr. along with several other base officials,
broke ground Feb. 2 to begin building a new Child
Development Center (CDC) aboard the station. The $7-mil-
lion project is contracted to Sauer Inc. and is scheduled to
open in March 2011.
"This is really a big day for us. We've been waiting for
this project to begin for a long, long time and I am so
happy to be part of this groundbreaking ceremony. It's
going to be a beautiful facility. Unfortunately, I won't be
around to see the completion of the new center but I will
definitely be back to visit," said Scorby before grabbing a
shovel and tossing some dirt to kick off the building pro-
cess.
Joining him was NAS Jacksonville Public Works Officer
Cmdr. Bill Siemer, Child Development Center Director
Mary Grenier and Sauer Inc. Senior Project Manager Jim
Klepzig.
"We are pleased to begin the construction process of the
new Child Development Center. The additional capacity
will increase the number of infants, pre-toddlers and tod-
dlers that we can provide care for and will significantly
reduce the wait time for parents," said Grenier.
The new 30,954-sq.-ft. CDC will house 56 infants, 60
pre-toddlers, 72 toddlers, 116 pre-schoolers and 64 staff
members.
"Providing quality care has always been at the top of our
list. Now we'll be able to provide quality care in a state-of-
the-art facility that meets the needs of children, parents,
and staff. We look forward to moving into our new facility
and serving the military community," added Grenier.
Other features include outside storage space, shade
structures, playground and equipment, fencing and a new
parking lot. The center will be located on the corner of
Mustin Road and Adams Avenue.















New detailing business rules


improving fleet manning


From Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs
February marks the fifth month since
the Navy implemented new rules
for detailing Sailors using Career
Management System Interactive Detailing
(CEMS/ID), the Web-based program Sailors
use to review and apply for permanent
change of station orders (PCS).
"We have been through four complete
cycles of the new CMS/ID process and we like
what we are seeing," said Rear Adm. Mike
Shoemaker, assistant commander of Navy
Personnel Command (NPC), which issued
more than 88,000 sets of PCS orders last year.
NAVADMIN 249/09, announced enhance-
ments to the CMS/ID system including
increasing Sailor choice, adjusting the orders
negotiation window and a requirement to fill
all red zone requisitions each cycle. C'MS/ID
uses color coding to identify jobs. The major-
ity are displayed in the green zone and are
considered open requisitions. Global support
assignments are displayed in the purple zone.
Immediate requisitions -- the most critical
fills that could directly degrade mission capa-
bility if unfilled - are displayed in the red
zone. Under the new detailing rules there
are fewer of these red zone billets displayed,
but all will be filled each cycle. All Sailors
in the negotiating window are considered eli-
gible for assignment to a red zone requisition.
"We are seeing our most critical billets
filled," said Vicky Fabian, assigned to United
States Fleet Forces Command, Manning
Control Authority Fleet, which controls more


than 200,000 billets including all sea duty
billets in the Navy and some shore assign-
ments.
Under the new detailing rules, MCAF can
place two billets in the red zone for each rat-
ing at each pay grade.
"Our goal is to make C'MS/ID more agile,
and responsive to new and changing fleet
requirements," said Shoemaker. "These ini-
tiatives bring advantages to both our Sailors
and to the commands they serve, improving
odds for success in naval operations world-
wide."
Another change was the modification of
the orders negotiation window. The detailing
window is now seven-to-nine months before
a Sailor's projected rotation date. This allows
for a three-month window to negotiate for
orders before a Sailor is considered to be eli-
gible for an involuntary "needs of the Navy"
assignment.
"This change encourages more aggressive
participation by Sailors in negotiating orders.
It also allows NPC better responsiveness
to fleet demands and current global war on
terror support assignment deadlines," said
Shoemaker.
One benefit is that Sailors placed into
"needs of the Navy" assignments will know
at the seven-month window where they are
going instead of the five-month window.
Assuming a stable PCS budget, another
advantage is earlier issuance of orders, giving
Navy families more time for PCS moves.
For more information read NAVADMIN
249/09.


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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 11, 2010 5


Mentoring preschoolers


Reece Martin of the
Youth Activities Center
(YAC) mentors a group
of 4-year-old pre-
schoolers at the NAS
Jax Child Development
Center during a recent
no-school day. Eight
YAC children spent the
morning playing games
and reading stories
with Voluntary Pre-K
children and acting as
positive role models.


BROWN: First black aviator recognized


From Page 4


She was designed to
operate as an anti-subma-
rine ship, a screening unit,
or as a patrol or convoy
ship. Upon commission-
ing early in 1973, she was
homeported at Newport,
R.I., as a unit of Cruiser-
Destroyer Flotilla Two.
Ensign Brown's widow
served as sponsor of the
ship, and the principle
address was given by Capt.
Thomas Hudner Jr.
In July 1975, she was
reclassified as a frigate and


Ensign Jesse L. Brown
designated FF-1089. Her
career was spent with the
Atlantic Fleet, and includ-
ed several deployments to


CNATTU Jax to host LDO/CWO detailer


From CNATTU ]ax Public
Affairs
The Center for Naval
Aviation Technical
Training Unit
(CNATTU) Jacksonville
will host the Aviation
Limited Duty Officer/Chief
Warrant Officer (LDO/
CWO) Detailer site visit to
NAS Jacksonville Jan. 17
and 19.
Cmdr. Len Friddle, head
aviation LDO/CWO detailer
and detailer for 6330, 6390,
7341, 7381 designators
and Lt. Cmdr. Jeff Sandin,


Detailer for 6310, 6320,
6310, 7311, 7321, 7361 des-
ignators will be on board.
During their visit, they
will conduct community
and application briefs, as
well as be available for indi-
vidual detailing.
All briefs will be conduct-
ed at NAS Jacksonville at
CNATTU Building 858,
Room 135 (Blue Room).

Feb. 17:
0800-1000 Aviation LDO/
CWO Community Brief
1000-1100 One-on-one
detailing (CNATTU by


appointment only)
1100-1230 Lunch
1300-1430 Aviation LDO/
CWO Applicants Brief
1430-1700 One-on-one
detailing (CNATTU by
appointment only)
Feb. 19:
0800-1100 One-on-
one detailing wrap-up
(CNATTU by appointment
only)
For information and
appointment scheduling
at NAS Jacksonville con-
tact CWO3 Lee Eureste at
904-542-5361 x108 or lee.
eureste@navy.mil.


The detailers will also
stop at NS Mayport:
Feb. 18:
0800-0930 Aviation LDO/
CWO Community Brief
0930-1100 One-on-one
detailing (by appointment
only)
1200-1230 Lunch


1230-1630 One-on-one
detailing (by appointment
only)
For information and
appointment scheduling
at NS Mayport contact
Lt. Cmdr. Franklin Hunt
at 904-270-6100 x102 or
franklin.hunt@navy.mil.


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the Mediterranean Sea, the
Persian Gulf and northern
European waters.
Jesse L. Brown was
transferred to the Naval
Reserve in January 1992,
and was redesignated FFT-
1089. Jesse L. Brown was
decommissioned in July
1994 and transferred to the
Egyptian Navy, in which
she serves as Damietta
(F-961).















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LSC Will Harvey of Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville (FISCJ) Det. Southeast Regional Maintenance Center
(SERMC) conducts inventory of supplies on the flight line at NS Guantanamo Bay in support of Operation Unified Response.


Photo by Daphne Cassani
The commanding officer's suite is the Fleet Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville (FISCJ) nerve center for Operation Unified
Response. (Clockwise from top center) FISCJ Commanding Officer Capt. Joyce Robinson, FISCJ Executive Officer James Peltier,
Defense Distribution Depot Jacksonville Commanding Officer Cmdr. Sue Talwar, Industrial Support Director Lawton Johnson,
and Contract Department Director Richard Paquette gather to discuss operations several times daily to participate in confer-
ence calls and discuss newtaskers or to plan FISCJ's next move.


Photo byAM3(AW) Nicole Bieneman
Dmitriy Kokhanevich (left) and Mark Lane of URS Corporation, a Defense Depot Jacksonville Florida (DDJF) contractor, build
pallets of water in NAS Jax Hangar 117 for transport to NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as part of Operation Unified Response for
Haiti disaster relief.


FISC Jax




directs



supplies for



Haiti relief

By Daphne Cassani
FISC Jacksonville Corporate Communications Director

Since the 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti
Jan. 12, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center
Jacksonville (FISCJ) has been a leader in the logis-
tics response. Because Haiti lies inside the command's
area of responsibility, Jacksonville is the supporting
FISC responsible for all logistics relating to the Haiti
humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
Operation Unified Response quickly became the central
focus of FISCJ Sailors and civilians. "Unlike a hurricane,
an earthquake provides no warning - yet it still demands
immediate response," said FISCJ Commanding Officer
Capt. Joyce Robinson. "Thanks to our FISCJ leadership,
including Executive Director Margareta Moczynski and
my Executive Officer Cmdr. James Peltier, plus, our links
throughout the NAVSUP enterprise and beyond, FISCJ
was ready to support relief efforts through full mobiliza-
tion of command assets and capabilities."
Rear Adm. Mark Heinrich, Fleet and Industrial Supply
Centers (COMFISCS) commander, noted the absence of
Robinson in his keynote address to members of the San
Diego Military Advisory Council Jan. 20. "Predictably,
Capt. Joyce Robinson, the commander of our team in the
Southeast, headquartered in Jacksonville, is not here. She
is working in lockstep with Rear Adm. Vic Guillory, in the
4th Fleet, to sustain that growing force off the coast of
Haiti that is providing humanitarian assistance and disas-
ter relief support to that country," said Heinrich.
According to Robinson, Peltier is allocating the people
and resources for mission fulfillment, all while leading the
daily operations of the command and its 20 detachments.
He priorities, assigns and monitors the operational task-
ers requested by multiple organizations, primarily 4th
Fleet via Commander, Task Force (CTF 43), U.S. Fleet
Forces Command (USFF), and FISCJ's logistics part-


ners, Military
S ealift
Command
(M S C),
Defense
Logistics
Agency (DLA),
and Naval
Operational
Logistics
Support Center
(NOLSC).
FISCJ Det.
Guantanamo
Bay (GTMO)
plays an exten-
sive and criti-
cal role in


One carton - among thousands - of meals-
ready-to-eat (MRE) that Fleet and Industrial
Supply Center (FISC) Jacksonville coor-
dinated for shipment to NS Guantanamo
Bay, Cuba in support of Operation Unified
Response.


Operation Unified Response. In essence, it's the pivot point
for all supplies flowing from Jacksonville to Haiti.
"Site Director Cmdr. Jeff Narwold was key to the
successful stand-up of the GTMO logistics hub," said
Robinson. "The earthquake hit the afternoon of Jan. 12,
and Jeff immediately went to work assessing on-base lev-
els of provisions and food, replenishment cycles, manning,
shift hours and accommodations. By Jan. 14, we had a
preliminary plan that, after two weeks, has proven to be
right on target," she added.
There are four major players in the Operation Unified
Response supply chain to Haiti: GTMO (the hub), the
NAS Jacksonville airfield, the Blount Island Command
Marine Corps terminal in Jacksonville for incoming and
outgoing barges, and Naval Station Mayport which sup-
ports the pier-side replenishment of combat logistics forces
(CLF) ships. "NAS Jacksonville, Blount Island and NS
Mayport are the three nodes that feed material to GTMO,
the afloat forces and directly to Haiti," said Robinson.
As of Jan. 26, supplies delivered to GTMO via NAS
Jacksonville include more than 450,000 Humanitarian
Daily Rations (HDR), more than 1,000 five-gallon collaps-
ible water jugs, 282 tents and poles, 34 pallets of medical
supplies and equipment, nearly 46,000 cases of bottled
water (24 per case), and 200 UHF handheld radios. A typ-
ical HDR contains enough food for one person for one day.
"Cmdr. Terry Surdyke, our air logistics officer, has been
running the show at the airfield. He plans the sequence
and loading of all the material flying out of NAS Jax," said
Peltier, "He's been here seven days a week since the flights
commenced. There's still more supplies to get out of here,
and I know he'll be here until the job's done," he added.
Barges from Blount Island are also carrying supplies to
GTMO. Lt. Cmdr. Lawton Johnson, FISCJ's industrial
support director, said, "FISCJ's partnership with contrac-
tors TransAtlantic Lines and Coastal Marine is what
makes this whole thing work. Both of these companies
have been extremely flexible in supporting FISCJ with
this relief mission - we simply couldn't make it happen
without them."
Johnson added, "I also need to mention Janet Bell,
FISCJ's lone employee at Blount Island, who is our liaison
with the shipping and loading contractors. She is a one-
woman show and doing an outstanding job. I just can't say
enough about her level of commitment to this mission,"
said Johnson.
Australian Exchange Officer Lt. Sherrin Whiteman
heads the Logistics Support Center (LSC) Mayport team
that receives Mayport's incoming cargo, stages it on the
piers, and loads it onto CLF ships. The latest ship to
receive cargo was USNS Bighorn (T-AO-198). Defense
Distribution Center Jacksonville, Florida (DDJF) and LSC

See FISC, Page 7














JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 11, 2010 7

Trucks from Operation Blessing drop their cargo as the
Guantanamo Bay Express prepares to depart the Fleet and
Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville Blount Island Marine Terminal
and make the four-daN \o\age to Natal Station Guanlanamo
Ba\ iGlTMOiCuba. This bi-\\eekl\sustainmenl barge carries
Humanitarian Dail\ Rations (HDR) in support ofOperation Unified
Response and other material that keeps GTMO operating.


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support equipment [CESE] and camp set-up
items for Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
(NMCB) 7," he added.
"Our Regional Fuel Director Lt. Cmdr. Mike
Wilson helps me keep an eye on what is prob-
ably the most important commodity in our
delivery of supplies - fuel," said Robinson.
"The supply chain simply can't move without
it. Ships don't sail, and helos and planes don't
fly without fuel," she added.
"I'm really impressed by this workforce's
commitment. I know my team, COMFISCS,


Janel Bell, Fleel and
Industrial Suppl\ Cenler
Jacksonville's liai-
son with contractors
TransAtlantic Lines and
Coastal Marine, enters
data into the computer
regarding material load-
ed onto the Guantanamo
Bay Express. This data
provides a detailed log
of every iteminside each
container on the barge.

and the U.S. Navy will


continue to support this operation and bring relief to the Haitian people
until Operation Unified Response is complete," said Robinson.


LS1 Laurie Benton from Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Norfolk Headquarters Det. unloads bottled water
from an Operation Blessing truck at the Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville Blount Island Marine
Terminal.


Photos courtesy of
FISC Jacksonville Corporate Communications


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NS Mayport forklift drivers transport pallets of ships' provisions to the rigging area for crane-
lift onto Fleet Oiler USNS Bighorn (T-AO-198).


Australian Exchange Officer Lt. Sherrin Whiteman (center), head of FISCJ Det. Logistics
Supply Center Mayport, discusses the onload of more than 500 pallets of provisions to USS
Bighorn (T-AO-198) with LSCS Kirk Lacombe (left) and LSC Randy Debolt.


As of Jan. 28, the FISCJ Det. NAS Jacksonville coordinated 45 cargo flights of Priority 1 and
2 material, aboard both commercial and military aircraft, to NS Guantanamo Bay for Haiti
humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations - totaling 2.6 million pounds.


Riggers from Fleet Oiler USNS Bighorn (T-AO-198) load pallets of food and bottled water. The
vessel provides at-sea replenishment to Navy ships supporting Operation Unified Response.













8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 11, 2010


COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Trail of Tails: Pet Walk & Festival Feb. 27, to benefit Jacksonville
Humane Society. Registration begins 8:30 a.m. at Friendship
Fountain Park.
Scholarship Golf Tournament March 19 at Queen's Harbour Yacht
& Country Club. Sponsored by National Naval Officers Association.
Contact Brian Martin at 542-7200 ext. 8139 or brian.k.martin@med.
navy.mil.
USO Fleet Fun Run motorcycle event March 20 at 11 a.m. at Fleet
Reserve Branch No. 91, 5391 Collins Rd., Orange Park.
Navy Wives Clubs of America Jax No. 86 meets the first
Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. in Building 857 (at NAS Jax
main gate behind Navy Marine Corps Relief Society). Not So New
Shop open Tuesday and Thursday (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.). Call 542-1582
for info.
Navy Wives Clubs of America No. 300 meets the second Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. Call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
Fleet Reserve Association Branch 290 monthly meeting is the first
Thursday at 8 p.m., 390 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach. Call 246-6855.
Military Officers Association of America N.E. Florida Chapter
meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club. RSVP to retired Capt. Larry Sharpe at 262-3728 or
e-mail Isharpel@comcast.net.
National Naval Officers Association meets the fourth Thursday
of each month at 5 p.m. at the Urban League, 903 W. Union Street.
Contact Lt. Cmdr. Paul Nix at 422-8480 or email Paul24navy@aol.
com.
COMPASS Spouse-to-Spouse Military Mentoring Program by
Naval Services Family Line. Help others help themselves. Call
Melanie Cullum at 904-200-7751 or email: COMPASSMayport@
NSFamilyLine.org
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38 meets the second
Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Dr., Orange Park.
Service officers available Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m - 4
p.m. to help with VA claims, call 269-2945 for appointment. Bingo
every Thursday from 6:30-9:30 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. - 3
p.m. The public is welcome.
Association of Aviation Ordnancemen meets the third Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road. Call AOC Robert Price at 542-2849 or Jim Bohac at 542-
2939, or visit www.aao9.com.
Retired Activities Office (RAO) at NAS Jax Fleet and Family
Support Center (FFSC) needs volunteers to assist military retirees
and dependents. Work three hours a day, one day per week. Call
542-2766 ext. 126 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays to volunteer.
Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club meets the first Wednesday of every
month at 7:30 p.m. at the clubhouse (Building 1956) adjacent to
Mulberry Cove Marina. Open to active duty, reserve and retired
military, plus, active or retired DoD civilians. Call 778-0805 or email
commodore@njyc.org.


How to be the best possible parent
From Fleet and Family Support Center
Learn effective ways to deal with common parenting
challenges and problems, so that you raise happy and healthy
kids. FFSC workshops are free to service members and their
families. Pre-registration is required at 542-2766.
* Parenting with Love and Logic is for parents of children ages
1-10. Hours are 1-3 p.m.
April 6, 13, 20, 27 June 1, 8, 15, 22
Sept. 7, 14, 21,28 Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23
* Active Parenting of Teens is for parents of children ages 11-18.
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March 2, 9, 16, 23 May 4, 11, 18, 25
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Rear Adm. David Buss, commander, Carrier Strike Group 12, greets AM3 Adrien Vertil, PS3 Chrislet Nau
and PRAN Duvenson Maneau of HS-11 upon their return to NAS Jacksonville from a detachment to USS
Carl Vinson (CVN 70) helping with Haiti relief efforts. The three Sailors, originally from Haiti, acted as
translators during the mission.

HS-11: Home from humanitarian mission to Haiti


From Page 1


and supplies, it was obvious that these
people needed a lot of help. Everyone
stayed focused and engaged and we got
the job done."
As the carrier arrived off the coast
of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, flight opera-
tions began Jan. 15 to survey the area
and drop food and water to the devas-
tated region. They also made numerous
trips transporting the injured to USNS
Comfort and other hospitals.
"I've never seen the devastation that
I did in Haiti. There was a lot of con-
struction damage and a lot of homeless
people who needed food and water. It
was a shock to see how many build-
ings were destroyed and collapsed. The
first couple of days were hectic because
they didn't have any security forces on
the ground so we had a lot of people
fighting for food and water. After a
few days and more troops were on the
ground, things were better," stated Lt.
j.g. Joshua Overn. "We had 19 pilots
on board and flew approximately 260


hours for three weeks, so everyone got
a lot of flying time. On average per
flight, we were taking 5,000 pounds of
cargo and maybe conducted four or five
medevacs each flight."
Several squadron members are from
Haiti and jumped at the chance to go
there and assist with the relief efforts.
They played a huge role as they acted
as translators for the doctors and
injured Haitians.
"I'm from Haiti. I was born and
raised there and went to high school
there. My mom and my three-year-
old daughter live there. I was scared
because there was no communication
and I couldn't get through to anyone. I
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going down there," said PS3 Chrislet
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touch with my family. They put me on
a flight and we flew by my house and
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relieved."
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Navy Metro firefighters learn


about capabilities outside the gates

By Clark Pierce -
Editor - -


Firefighters from
Jacksonville Navy
Metro Fire and
Emergency Services hosted
their counterparts from the
City of Jacksonville Fire
Rescue Department (JFRD)
Feb. 1 to learn about vehi-
cles, equipment and proce-
dures they have in common
- as well as those that are
unique to each organiza-
tion.
Navy Metro Fire Chief
Don Martin explained, "If
we are ever in a 'mutu-
al aid' situation - where
one department can aug-
ment the other in an emer-
gency - familiarization
events like this one today
increase our knowledge of
each organization's capabili-
ties. Dispatching the right
equipment and personnel
at the right time is critical
to mitigating a natural or
man-made disaster."
JFRD parked six fire
engines and specialized
vehicles near NAS Jax
Fire Station 1 on Yorktown
Avenue. Lt. Allen Mallard
leads the city's Station 4
Urban Search and Rescue
(USAR) team in concert
with the Station 13 Special
Operations team.
"When something out of


Photos by Clark Pierce
NAS Jax Fire & Rescue Capt. Thomas Fullford and Firefighter
Jeremy Lee from Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department
(JFRD) Station Four discuss a breathing apparatus during the
training session.


the ordinary occurs - like a
trench rescue, tornado dam-
age or a building collapse
- we have the specialized
personnel and equipment to
deal with it," said Mallard.
Navy Metro Fire Capt.
Thomas Fullford stat-
ed, "It's always beneficial
to meet with our fire and
rescue counterparts out-
side the gates of NAS
Jacksonville. This allows us
to put faces with names and
build our firefighter cama-
raderie.
Martin agreed, add-
ing, "It's just good policy
to meet periodically with
our firefighting brethren


from surrounding counties.
Any significant incident
that occurs on our instal-
lation is managed through
the base emergency opera-
tions center. This is where
the decision would be made
to engage outside assis-
tance from agencies such as
JFRD."
Mallard continued, "In
light of the recent Haitian
disaster relief efforts, our
USAR team stands ready
to assist a variety of disas-
ter recovery operations in
Northeast Florida - includ-
ing hurricanes, techno-
logical accidents and ter-
rorist activities. After the


NAS Jax Metro Fire Chief
Don Martin talks shop Feb.
2 with Lt. Allen Mallard of
Jacksonville Fire and Rescue
Department during a tour of
NAS Jax Fire Station 1.

scene is stabilized, search
and rescue activities can
begin. Our USAR unit also
includes five certified han-
dlers of 'live-find' search
dogs trained to seek and
report the location of vic-
tims trapped beneath the
rubble of collapsed build-
ings."
Martin, in turn,
described the special skills
and equipment required for
Navy Metro Firefighters
assigned to crash crew -
the 24/7 aircraft emergen-
cy responders housed near
the main NAS Jacksonville
runway.
"The next time they visit,
we may break out one of
the fire-resistant proximity
suits that our crash crew
wear when answering avia-
tion emergencies."


JFRD Lt. Allen Mallard leads the Station 4 Urban Search and
Rescue (USAR) team. He is also one of five certified JFRD
disaster search dog handlers, shown here with his Golden
Retriever "Rusty."


(From left) NAS Jax Firefighters Russell Russ and Eliot Watkins
check out the Urban Search and Rescue support truck with
JFRD Station 4 Firefighter James Stone.


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A tanker from NAS Jacksonville Air Operations Fuel Division refuels a replicated adversary aircraft from VFC-12 based at
NAS Oceana, Va. that was participating in training exercises with squadrons from Carrier Air Wing Three on board USS
Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Jan. 28. The training exercise included a three-day demonstration of adversary aircraft maneu-
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Flotilla 14-8, the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary unit locat-
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on Feb. 15 and continuing through November on every
Monday except Memorial and Labor days.
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merican spirit on display


By Douglas Chaney
NAS Jacksonville Airfield
Facilities Manager


As you know, on Jan.
12, an earthquake
that rendered most
of its population helpless
and hungry devastated
the country of Haiti on the
island of Hispaniola.
President Obama did
what every president before
him has done - he issued
an executive order to assist
Haiti - knowing that our
country's resources and
sense of compassion would
respond and prevail. I wit-
nessed that great American
spirit first hand right here
at NAS Jacksonville.
On Jan. 15, our region-
al commanders mobilized
immediate support for the
Haiti humanitarian assis-
tance/disaster relief (HA/
DR) effort. The swift move-
ment of food and water
was paramount and NAS
Jacksonville became a vital
hub to accept truckloads of
food, water, medical sup-
plies and other necessities
- and palletize it for move-
ment by air.
Another mission was
to provide the Federal
Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA), with park-
ing space and the infra-
structure to establish a
controllable staging area
for truckloads of food and
water bound for southern
Florida.
Every department of NAS
Jacksonville, along with
tenant commands, worked
hand-in-hand to accom-
plish every detail of our
assigned mission. Aircraft
pallets were being built
with food rations, water and
other items at an unpar-
alleled pace. Everyone
pitched in to wrap them in
the required netting for air


Photos by Miriam S. Called
(From left) NAS Jacksonville Public Works Officer Cmdr.
Bill Siemer, FEMA Logistics Specialist Incident Staging Base
Lead Mike Hills, NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt.
Jeffrey Maclay and Airfield Facilities Manager Doug Chaney
discuss the staging of the hundreds of FEMA trucks that were
inbound to NAS Jacksonville with relief supplies for Haiti.


transport. Trust me - it's
not as easy as it sounds. It
was not uncommon to see
senior and junior officers,
enlisted personnel and
civilians building these pal-
lets together. There was no
rank among any of them,
only the task at hand.
As Saturday dawned,
trucks were unloaded
continuously as forklifts
buzzed like bees to a hive.
The idea for building air
shipment pallets in one of
the hangars was swiftly put
into action and an assembly
line of pallet building and
weighing was in full swing.
Then, pallets were staged
in another hangar for the
next flight to Haiti.
This extraordinary
HA/DR effort continued
through the Martin Luther
King Jr. holiday and well
into the following week.
The accomplishments of
this team created a moun-
tain of ready air cargo
(2,604,145 pounds.) that
would take almost two full
weeks to ship out.
The cargo contract per-
sonnel, whose sole purpose
is to palletize and load
aircraft cargo was over-


whelmed during this time.
They met every challenge
of the relief effort and still
had to conduct their every-
day operational schedule.
Without question, they
worked countless hours and
their get-it-done attitude
carried each day and night.
They should be truly proud
of their success in this
endeavor.
The NAS Jacksonville
Public Works Department
(including 1st LT. Division
personnel and Seabees)
ensured that FEMA and
other organizations need-
ing assistance were cov-
ered. Just knowing they are
there for us means more
than I can express in words.
Tracking and account-
ing of all this material was
a Herculean task. Every
logistics challenge was
sorted out by our people at
Fleet and Industrial Supply
Center (FISC) Jacksonville.
They continuously
answered the questions
posed by higher authorities
in the HA/DR undertaking.
Their accounting expertise
and reporting procedures
were unmatched.
Our NAS Jacksonville


A Navy C-130 assigned to Fleet Logistics Support Squadron
(VR) 53 is loaded with meals-ready-to-eat (MRE) and medical
supplies on the NAS Jacksonville tarmac Jan. 16. The aircraft
is headed to NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


Public Affairs maintained a
constant presence to ensure
that our Haitian Relief
efforts were communicated
to outside media. They did
a superb job keeping local
television stations informed
and acting as liaison with
all the media traveling to
Haiti and Guantanamo
Bay, Cuba via NAS
Jacksonville.
The folks at Defense
Distribution Depot,
Jacksonville sent their fork-
lift drivers to assist and
also volunteered to solve
other challenges. They truly
made new friends on our
end of the base.
Keeping our base safe
and secure, despite the
increase in truck traf-
fic and other visitors, was
NAS Jacksonville Police
Department. They kept a
vigilant eye on the FEMA
operation which allowed our
chain of command to focus
their efforts elsewhere.
Air Operations
Department spearheaded
the entire relief effort. They
kept in constant communi-
cations with Sailors on the
ground at Guantanamo
Bay. Their teamwork with
our airfield management
staff avoided any logistical
nightmare regarding air-


craft parking and material
staging areas.
Our NAS Jacksonville
CO was seen several times
each day encouraging
and thanking those who
answered the call. Our XO
maintained a vigilant eye
while manning the NAS
Jacksonville Emergency
Operations Center. Their
presence and leadership
was truly inspirational.
Our leaders banded
together and created a
force of men, women and
machines to conduct a task
that we were neither staffed
nor ready for. However,
they knew that most
Americans are ingrained
with compassion for their
fellow man. They also knew
that our compassion paral-
lels our patriotism for this


great nation. They knew
they could count on us.
What a great feeling each
of you must share, know-
ing that you accomplished
something of this magni-
tude. To each of you, I give
my heartfelt "Bravo Zulu."
We did it safely, efficiently
and without question.
The following organiza-
tions participated in the
HA/DR operations. If I
missed anyone, it was unin-
tentional.
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Navy stands up Fleet Cyber Command,



and re-establishes U.S. 10th Fleet


From Fleet Cyber Command/
10th Fleet Public Affairs

The chief of naval operations

(CNO) officially established
U.S. Fleet Cyber Command
(FCC) and recommissioned U.S.
10th Fleet during a ceremony at
Fort George G. Meade, Md., Jan.
29.
At the ceremony, CNO Adm.
Gary Roughead also named Vice
Adm. Bernard McCullough III the
commander of both FCC and 10th
Fleet.
The new FCC and 10th Fleet
are headquartered at Fort George
G. Meade, taking advantage of
existing Naval Network Warfare
Command infrastructure, commu-
nications support and personnel
already in place.
FCC and 10th Fleet have been
created as part of the CNO's
vision to achieve the integra-
tion and innovation necessary for
warfighting superiority across the
full spectrum of military opera-
tions in the maritime, cyberspace
and information domains. This
initiative will help raise informa-
tion to the forefront of the Navy's
21st century arsenal.
U.S. 10th Fleet was first estab-
lished in 1941 as the lead for anti-
submarine warfare and protecting


T he last week of
January was very
eventful for the
Navy's largest P-3 squad-
ron. Not only was the "Pro's
Nest" preparing hundreds
of pilots, naval flight offi-
cers and aircrew for the
fleet - they were also sup-
porting relief efforts in
Haiti - and hosting several
tour groups as well.
Cross Creek High School
Navy JROTC of Augusta,
Ga., arrived Jan. 28. They
were led by Naval Science
Instructors, retired Navy
Chief Scott and retired
USMC Gunnery Sgt. Jones.
Lassiter High School
Navy JROTC, of Marietta,
Ga., arrived at VP-30
Jan. 29. They were led by
retired Navy Capt. William
Wilkerson.
Both NJROTC squads
were in Jacksonville for the
Fleming Island Sanctioned
Drill Meet held at Fleming
Island High School, Jan. 30.


Photo by MC1 Tiffini Jones Vanderwyst
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead (right) salutes Vice Adm. Barry McCullough, commander, U.S.
Fleet Cyber Command and U.S. 10th Fleet at the Jan. 29 commissioning ceremony at Ft. George G. Meade, Md.


Allied merchant vessels and mili-
tary convoys and against German
U-Boats in World War II. It was
disestablished in 1945.
Roughead said, "Today, we
recommission this fleet to con-
front a new challenge to our
nation's security in cyberspace.
It is a mission for which victory


will be predicated on intelligence
and information rather than fire
power."
Roughead emphasized that the
information we use and protect is
markedly different from what we
protected in the past. "The cyber
domain is one of great opportu-
nity, new discoveries and vexing


challenges. It is one that Fleet
Cyber Command must forge boldly
ahead."
FCC is responsible for glob-
al Navy cyberspace operations
designed to deter and defeat
aggression and to ensure freedom
of action to achieve military objec-
tives in cyberspace. McCullough is


NAVY E


also tasked with organizing and
directing Navy cryptologic opera-
tions worldwide. As 10th Fleet
commander, he maintains opera-
tional control of Navy cyber forc-
es to execute the full spectrum
of computer network operations,
cyber warfare, electronic warfare,
information operations and signal
intelligence capabilities and mis-
sions across the cyber, electromag-
netic and space domains.
U.S. 10th Fleet will partner
with other fleet commanders to
provide guidance and direction to
ensure coordinated, synchronized
and effective preventative and
response capability in cyberspace.
"To execute our defined mission
we must be able to exercise com-
mand and control over our net-
works with dynamic, real time
defense and information assur-
ance enabled by intelligence col-
lection." McCullough said.
"To do this, and do it well, we
must work with our sister servic-
es, academia, agencies, industry,
allies and partners, for the chal-
lenge is so large, to go it alone is
not possible. This world travels
at the speed of light and requires
real time command and control.
We must ensure seamless align-
ment and integration with fleet
operations," added McCullough.


Cadets from
Cross Creek
High School Navy
JROTC of Augusta,
Ga., arrived Jan. 28
for a tour of
the "Pro's Nest"
hangar and
a P-3C Orion.


Photos courtesy of VP 30
VP-30 Commanding Officer Capt. Perry Yaw (right) greeted
cadets from Lassiter High School Navy JROTC of Marietta,
Ga., after they toured a P-3C Orion.


The final tour group of
the week was Boy Scout
Troop 513 from Vero Beach.
Each group was treated
to a maritime patrol and
reconnaissance brief which
explained the P-3C Orion's
evolution, mission and cur-
rent global operations. After


a Q&A session, the groups
were taken to the hangar
and given a tour of a P-3
static display.
All three groups departed
VP-30 motivated and excit-
ed about the possibility of
service to their country in
the near future.


MCPON emphasizes path to success


From Navy Personnel
Command Public Affairs
The master chief petty
officer of the Navy
(MCPON) stressed
the importance of the
Brilliant on the Basics pro-
gram during a visit to Navy
Personnel Command (NPC)
Jan. 27.
Brilliant on the Basics
addresses six personnel
programs every command
should use; sponsorship,
indoctrination, career devel-
opment boards, mentorship,
individual recognition and
a rigorous ombudsman/fam-
ily outreach program.
"We have got to execute
Brilliant on the Basics.
Those are the basic pro-
grams that if a command
does, it is going to be a bet-
ter command and a more
informed Sailor and fam-
ily," said MCPON(SS/SW)
Rick West, during an all
hands call.
Sponsorship and indoc-
trination provide a solid
foundation for newly
reporting Sailors and
their families. The Navy's
Command Sponsorship and
Indoctrination Instruction
OPNAVINST 1740.3C
details command require-
ments.
Career development
boards, mentoring and
individual recognition can
build on the sponsorship
and indoctrination foun-
ooo


dation. They are designed
to improve the ability of
Sailors to achieve their pro-
fessional goals.
"Career develop-
ment boards have never
been more important for
our Sailors than today.
Conducting and document-
ing career development
boards sets a course for
an individual Sailor's suc-
cess and can be tailored
throughout their career for
continued growth," said
West.
Guidance is avail-
able in the Navy Enlisted
Retention and Career

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our Sailors are the most
important asset we have,"
said West.
For more information,
including a Brilliant on the
Basics guide, visit NPC's
Web site http://www.npc.
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Photo by YN 1 Anthony Watson
NOSC Jax Junior Sailor of the Year PS2 Terrell Culler is con-
gratulated Feb. 4 by NOSC Jax Commanding Officer Capt.
Robert McKenna.


Awards presented at


NOSC Jacksonville

By Lt. Cmdr. Alphonso Doss,
NOSC Jax Administrative/Supply Officer
Navy Operational Support Center Jacksonville
(NOSCJ) Commanding Officer Capt. Robert
McKenna recognized the following personnel Feb. 4
at an awards ceremony.
* Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal to trans-
ferring Sailors AM1(AW) Jason Persad (gold star in lieu of
fifth award) and HM2(SW) Shellaree Bradford (gold star
in lieu of fourth award).
* The Navy and Marine Corps Achievement medal was
also awarded to PS2 Terrell Culler (gold star in lieu of sec-
ond award) for being selected as NOSC Jacksonville Junior
Sailor of the Year and to PSSN Pedro Diaz for being
selected as Blue Jacket of the Year.
* PS1 Denise Smith-Thomas was selected Sailor of the
Quarter, HM2 Jesse Dudding was selected Junior Sailor of
the Quarter and YN3 Thomas Ambrosia was selected Blue
Jacket of the Quarter, all for fourth quarter 2009.
* Additional awards presented were for outstanding
and excellent scores for the fall 2009 PRT and includ-
ed McKenna, Cmdr. Todd Hastie, Lt. Cmdr. Michael
Saling, Lt. Cmdr. Willie Brisbane, Lt. Cmdr. Alphonso
Doss, CMDCM Robert Donnellon, HM1 Rachel Smith,
HM1 Robert Kenney, AM1 Jason Persad, NC1 Wendy
Drinkwater and AD1 Maria Moore.
At an awards ceremony the following day, McKenna
awarded YNC(SCW/AW) Denise Houltzhouser the Navy
and Marine Corps Commendation medal (gold star in
lieu of fifth award) for expertly performing her duties as
the administrative department's leading chief petty offi-
cer, while simultaneously acting as the command's senior
enlisted adviser when the command master chief billet
was gapped for five months.


Navy phases out enlisted


field service records

From Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs
The enlisted field service record (FSR) will soon
become a thing of the past as the Navy eliminates
the paper record in 2010. NAVADMIN 040/10, out-
lines the Navy's plan to close-out the FSR by Sept. 30.
Service record information will now be generated and
maintained electronically through a secure Internet
connection to the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel
System (NSIPS) Electronic Service Record (ESR).
Officer field service records have already been eliminat-
ed. The Navy first implemented ESRs in 2006. Accessible
through a secure Internet connection, the ESR provides
access to personnel, training and awards data for individ-
ual Sailors, Personnel Support Detachments (PSDs), per-
sonnel offices holding service records, Navy Operational
Support Centers and customer commands of PSDs.
A shipboard version is available through NSIPS Afloat
for Sailors at sea with limited bandwidth. PSD Memphis
began closing out records for Sailors at Navy Personnel
Command (NPC) last year as part of a field test.
"It went pretty well. There are a lot of tools online that
can help you locate things you need from your electronic
service record," said PS2 Kelvin Turner, assigned to PSD
Memphis. "We have not noticed so much as a hiccup."
All active duty and drilling Reserve Sailors can access
their ESR by signing up for a self-service ESR account on
the NSIPS Web page at https://nsips.nmci.navy.mil/ using
a Common Access Card (CAC)-enabled computer. Sailors
can view their own records, as well as make minor chang-
es, including emergency contact information, home and
mailing address, official email address and other personal
information. Navy Reserve Sailors can also input their
civilian employment information.
According to the NAVADMIN, ESR allows for global
transactions for medals and awards, training and educa-
tion, personnel qualification standards and routine admin-
istrative remarks, as well as creates electronic forms that
can be printed and signed when a hard copy is required.
Commanding officers, executive officers and command
master chiefs can obtain command-level, view-only access
by completing the NSIPS/ESR system authorization
request and contacting their local NSIPS area manager.
A much smaller version of personnel documents, such as
Record of Emergency Data, Service member's Group Life
Insurance, Security Clearance Eligibility Certification and
Family Care Plans are still required to be maintained by
the command to support associated programs. NPC is con-
ducting training at PSDs throughout the fleet to make the
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HM1 Randi Acheson, Great Lakes Hospital Corps School and Navy Medicine Manpower, Training and Education's Sailor of the
Year, is congratulated Jan. 5 by NMSC Command Master Chief HMCM(SW) Tia Johns upon Acheson's selection as the NMSC
Region SOY at a ceremony held at the Jacksonville-based headquarters.



NMSC Region names Sailor of year


By MCI(SW) Arthur De La Cruz

A Hospital Corps School Sailor
/ was recently selected as Navy
A. medicine Support Command
Region's top Sailor for 2009.
HM1 Randi Acheson, assigned to
the security department at Hospital
Corps School, Great Lakes, Ill., is
the 2009 NMSC Region Sailor of the
Year.
"I was both humbled and extremely
thankful, initially to my command,
and subsequently to Navy Medicine
Manpower, Personnel, Training
and Education (NAVMED MPT&E)
Command for having the confidence
to select me as their representative at
the Echelon-3 level," Acheson said.
She was first selected as the SOY at
her parent command before compet-
ing and winning at the next level -
Echelon-4 - as the NAVMED MPT&E
SOY. That qualified her to compete
for NMSC Region SOY against four
other Sailors from Naval Medical
Logistics Command, Naval Medical
Research Center, Navy and Marine
Corps Public Health Center and
NMSC headquarters.
The 15-year Sailor attributed her


success to her mentors.
"I am extremely grateful to my men-
tors and leaders for assisting me in
my personal growth," Acheson said. "I
wouldn't be in my current position if I
didn't have their support and the sup-
port of my shipmates. I have had the
distinct pleasure of working for some
of the finest chiefs, senior chiefs and
master chiefs in the Navy. Their men-
torship enabled growth and possibili-
ties that I would have never dreamed


of attaining under other circumstanc-
es. I will always be grateful for their
leadership and will never forget to pay
it forward."
Acheson is vying for advancement to
chief and is also pursuing a bachelor's
degree in nursing. She is also obtain-
ing training and degrees necessary
to become a neo-natal nurse practi-
tioner. She said she ultimately hopes
to attain her Doctorate of Nursing
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February is American heart month


By Capt. Joseph McQuade,
M.D.
Naval Hospital Jax
Public Health Director
Between the mater-
nity care and the
well-woman care we
provide at the hospital, I
treat many female patients.
Frequently, I get looks of
surprise during exams
when I ask questions about
their heart health. Many
do not know that heart dis-
ease is the leading killer of
women. That's why women
should take the time to
evaluate their risks and
take action to stay heart
healthy.
What is Red Dress
Day?
National Red Dress Day
(Feb. 5) highlights the fact
that heart disease is the
number one killer of women
- and seeks to change
the perception that heart
disease is a "men's dis-
ease." Through events like
National Red Dress Day -
and the education that these
events provide - we are
seeing more women taking
charge of their heart health


ASK DR. JOE


and openly
talking with
their doctors
about heart
disease.
Why does
my doctor
keep harp-
ing on me
about tri-
glycerides
and choles-
terol levels?
The crystal
ball of medi-


Capt. Joseph McQuade, M.D.


cine may be cholesterol lev-
els that help doctors predict
your risk of coronary artery
disease. Maintaining your
triglycerides and choles-
terol at optimal levels helps
reduce your risk of future
heart disease. You need to
know your numbers and
take action to help lower
these numbers through
a combination of exercise,
diet and medication. Take
charge of your heart health
- talk to your doctor, ask
questions and work with


your provid-
er to reach
your heart-
healthy tri-
glyceride and
cholesterol
goals. Don't
wait until
you have a
problem to
check your
cholesterol
levels.
How do I
eat right to


help my heart?
Most Americans know
that eating too much fat can
raise cholesterol and lead
to cardiovascular disease,
but they do not know that
there are good fats in the
diet that can improve heart
health. Here are some basic
tips on fats that I received
from our NH Jax Wellness
Center Dietitian Cheryl
Masters that can help keep
your heart in tip-top shape.
* Make sure the fat you
add to your food is mono-


unsaturated. This helps
lower your bad cholesterol.
Monounsaturated fats are
found in olive and canola
oils. Other sources are nuts
and nut oils.
* Avoid hydrogenated fat
in your diet because they
are the worst kind of fats
you can eat. Many pro-
cessed baked goods use
them to extend shelf life.
High intake of trans fats,
by-products of hydrogena-
tion, can raise your bad
(LDL) cholesterol and lower
your good (HDL) cholester-
ol.
* Read the ingredients on
your food labels. Good fats
are liquid (not "hydrogenat-
ed") oils - preferably cano-
la, olive or "high-oleic" saf-
flower oil. Ingredients are
listed in order of descend-
ing weight, so the sooner an
ingredient appears on the
list, the more of that ingre-
dient the product contains.
Include sources of omega-
3 fatty acids in your diet.
Although fatty fish (salmon,
tuna, herring, mackerel and
sardines) are more concen-
trated sources, omega-3s


are also found in flaxseed,
flaxseed oil, canola oil, wal-
nuts and leafy green veg-
etables. Omega-3s make
the blood less sticky and
less likely to build up on
the sides of the artery wall.
Also, if your triglyceride lev-
els are high, omega-3s can
lower those as well.
And remember to exer-
cise regularly. Even parking
your car at the outer edge of


the commissary parking lot
and walking in briskly is a
great step forward to help
keep your heart healthy.
Celebrate your heart, see
about screening for cho-
lesterol levels and fasting
blood sugar next time you
see your provider. Be your
own advocate. Remember
that your heart only goes
around once. Take charge
today.


- In Memoriam


From VP-30


A memorial service
was held Feb. 4 at
11 Saints Chapel
for AEC(AW) Bromine
McMorris. In attendance
was NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Jack Scorby,
VP-30 Commanding Officer
Capt. Perry Yaw, family
members, friends and fellow
service members.
McMorris was born in
Natchez, Miss. Sept. 9,
1970. He graduated from
Wilkinson County High
School in Woodville, Miss.
and enlisted in the United
States Navy Sept. 23, 1988.
Upon graduating boot
camp at Recruit Training
Center Great Lakes, Ill. in
November 1988, he trans-
ferred to NTTC Millington,
Tenn. for specialized train-
ing as an aviation electri-
cian's mate. In June 1989,
McMorris learned how to
perform maintenance on
the S-3B Vikings at NAS
North Island, Calif.
In November 1989,
McMorris checked into his
first squadron, the VS-31
"Topcats" at NAS Cecil
Field where he advanced to
petty officer third class. In
March 1990, VS-31 became
the first squadron to deploy
with the S-3B. During this
deployment on board USS
Dwight D. Eisenhower, the
Topcats participated in


AEC(AW) Bromine McMorris

Operation Desert Shield
arriving on station in the
Red Sea within days of
the invasion of Kuwait to
help prevent further Iraqi
aggression.
In October 1991,
McMorris reported to
VS-32 "Maulers" where he
qualified as a final checker
and deployed on board USS
America to the Persian
Gulf, Mediterranean and
Red Seas. In October
1993, McMorris reported to
VS-27 "Sea Wolves" at NAS
Cecil Field where he quali-
fied as a collateral duty
inspector.
In November 1994,
McMorris reported to the
VP-30 "Pro's Nest" at NAS
Jacksonville where he
learned to work on the P-3C
"Orion." During his tour
at VP-30, he advanced to
petty officer second class in
December 1995.
In June 1996, McMorris
returned to VS-31 for a


second tour. During this
assignment, he qualified
as S-3B plane captain and
enlisted aviation warfare
specialist. In February
1998, the Topcats once
again deployed, this time on
board USS John C. Stennis
(CVN-74). VS-31 accom-
panied the Stennis on its
historic "around the world"
maiden voyage, during
which the Topcats spent 131
days in the Arabian Gulf
in support of Operation
Southern Watch. The car-
rier also visited Australia
and Hawaii before pulling
in to her new homeport of
San Diego.
In October 2000,
McMorris reported to
Naval Aviation Technical
Training Center (NATTC)
Pensacola, Fla. where he
trained new Sailors to be
aviation electrician mates.
During his tour at NATTC,
McMorris advanced to petty
officer first class.
In October 2003, he
returned to VS-31 where
he was selected as "Topcat
of the Year" in 2005 and
qualified to release S-3B
aircraft "Safe for Flight."
He deployed on board USS
George Washington to the
Persian Gulf again to sup-
port Operation Enduring


Freedom.
After an outstanding
third tour with VS-31,
McMorris returned to
VP-30 where he qualified
as a quality assurance rep-
resentative and advanced to
chief petty officer Sept. 16,
2007.
During his 20 years of
service, he trained and
inspired more than 3,000
Sailors throughout the
Navy.
His loving family includes
two children, Kanecia
and Brandon McMorris
of Jacksonville; his moth-
er, Gloria McMorris of
Natchez, Miss. and his
aunt, Gearldine Knight of
Woodville, Miss.


Join us at the Olustee Battlefield State Park for the 34th
Annual Olustee Battle Reenactment. Go early to the
battlefield Friday, Saturday or Sunday and take a step
back in time by walking through the authentic camp
sites, browse and buy at Sutlers Row. Food and drink is
available at the park.





Battles on Saturday & Sunday 2,000 Reenactors
Infantry and Cavalry Drills Medical Demonstrations
Full Scale Artillery Civilian Activities
School Day on Friday Ladies' Tea
Period Music Period Church Services
Authentic Encampments Sutlers Row/Vendors |
The Role of African Americans during the Civil War


Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park
U.S. 90, 15 miles east of Lake City, 50 miles west of Jacksonville, 1-10 Exit # 324
For more information: 386-397-43311 battleofolustee.org I www.FloridaStateParks.org/olustee


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SPOUSE'S PERSPECTIVE


From loss to a new life

By Beth Wilson,
Special Contributor

Do you know what my greatest fear is? Losing my
service member. There, I said it. Nine years into
this conflict I have finally admitted my greatest
fear; that my husband would be killed in action. In the
many years of authoring this column and hosting my show
this is the one topic I just could not cover until today. I
spent the last 90 minutes with two amazing women; Army
widows.
Deb Petty and LaNita Herlm opened their lives to me
and my listeners, the week before Valentine's Day, to
talk about their experience as the proud widows of two
American Soldiers. Deb is the proud widow of Army Capt.
Christopher Petty killed in action Jan. 5, 2006 in Najaf,
Iraq by an improvised explosive device. She is the mom to
two boys, Oliver (now 7) and Owen who was 10 weeks old
when his father died. LaNita is former active duty Army
and the proud widow of Army Sgt. First Class Bryant
Herlm killed in action April 28, 2006 in Baghdad, Iraq.
LaNita and Herlm were in the midst of fertility treatment
to start their family. They had no children at the time of
his death.
These women gave the account of the day two uniformed
officers knocked on their door and changed their lives
forever. "We regret to inform you..." How do I tell my chil-
dren? How do I go on? The flurry of activity, the surreal
emotions, the questions, the emotions....
These two widsters, as they call themselves are very

See SPOUSE, Page 18


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18 JAX AIR NEWS, NASJACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 11, 2010


Valentines Day 5K Feb. 12 at 11:30 a.m.
Free to authorized gym patrons. Sign up at the Base
Gym or the Fitness Source prior to race day and
you may receive a T-shirt for registering early. The
race begins and ends on Perimeter Road at the
end of Mustin Rd. near the Antenna Farm. On-site
registration from 10 -11 am. Awards to the top three
male and top three female runners for age groups:
29 & under; 30-37; 38-44; 45-49; and 50+.
Captain's Cup Athletic
League Meetings
Open to NAS Jax active duty, selective reservists,
command DoD and DoD contractor personnel.
Commands whose athletic officer or designated
representative attend the meeting will receive
five Captain's Cup points. Interested personnel
should attend to discuss rules and obtain required
paperwork.
* Captain's Cup Soccer League
Feb. 10 at 11:30 a.m. at Base Gym
Spring Softball Leagues Meetings
Feb. 17 at Base Gym
* Greybeard Softball League at 11:30 a.m.
Open to active duty, selective reservists and
command DoD age 30 and up. Games play Tuesday
and Thursday at 11:30 a.m.
* Intramural Softball League at noon
Open to active duty, selective reservists, and
command DoD personnel. Games play in the
evenings.
* Women's Softball League at 12:30 p.m.
Open to active duty, selective reservists, military
dependents over 18 and command DoD personnel.
Games play in the evenings.
Captain's Cup Singles Badminton
League forming
Open to NAS Jax active duty, command DoD
personnel, selective reservists and DoD contractor
personnel. Games play on Monday and Wednesday
at 11:15 a.m. and noon. Stop by the base gym for
required paperwork, rosters due Feb. 5.


NAS JAK SPORTS

Sports officials & scorekeepers
needed
North Florida Military Officials Association seeks
individuals to officiate soccer, softball, football,
volleyball, and wrestling at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
also needed for basketball. Experience not required,
contact Base Gym at 542-2930/3239.
For more information, call Bill Bonser at
542-3239 or email: bill.bonser@navy.mil.



STANDINGS


4-on-4 Flag Football Final Standings


Team
VR-58
VP-30
Coast Guard
HSM-70
HITRON
CBMU202
VP-62
NRSE RCC
Supply
FRCSE
NAVFAC


Intramural

Team
Hot Fire
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Fightin' Tigers
Naval Hospital
VPU-1
HSM-70


As of Feb. 5
Wins
4
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Fall Basketball
As Feb. 5
Wins
7
3
5
5
5
3


Losses
0
0
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1
1
2
2
2
2
3
3


Standings

Losses
0
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Supply
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NCTS
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Air Ops
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Asc
Team
FISC
FRCSE
NOSC
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VPU-1
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VP-16

Intramural Winter
As of Feb. 5
Team
CNATTU Blue
Navy Band
VP-30
ASD Jax
CV-TSC
HSM-70
CBMU202
Naval Hospital
VP-16
VP-62
Air Ops
CNATTU Gold
FRCSE
VP-45
VPU-1


Basketball Standings
)f Feb. 5
Wins Losses
4 0
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Golf Standings


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SPOUSE: Dealing

with greatest loss

From Page 17

different. One has two children the
other none. One an officer's wife,
the other enlisted. One chose to stay
near their base, the other chose to
move far away. They are connected
by a shared tragedy, a shared jour-
ney. They shared the hard parts,
and their transition to their 'new
life.' The first year was a fog. The
second year the fog begins to lift
and you start to look to building
your 'new life.' They talked about
resources (CAO/CACO, Army TAPS,
American Widow Project, Gold Star
Wives and more), experiences, tran-
sition, and support.
Deb attributes her two 'angels'
with giving her a reason for getting
out of bed through that first year.
Since then she has written one chil-
dren's book, A Soldier's Star, and
two more are in the works. LaNita
turned her sights to a goal both she
and Bryant had for her; to finish
her degree. She completed not only
a Bachelor's but a Master's in his-
tory.
Both found meaning and con-
nection when they discovered the
American Widow Project (www.
americanwidowproject.org). This
organization helped them con-
nect with others experiencing the
same loss. They found what they
call 'wise owls', those widows a step
ahead in facing their loss, in build-
ing their new life.
Both Deb and LaNita say you
never 'move on' as moving on some-
how infers 'forgetting.' They say
they 'move forward.' They remember
and honor their soldier, keeping him
alive in their hearts as they build
new lives without them.
My co-host Sara said, "I don't
want to think about losing my hus-
band, but now I know if I do I will
not be alone and I have others to
look up to." Deb captured it all, "I
am a military spouse, and as such
much is asked of us. It makes us
strong, strong enough to face our
fear and our loss."
Contact Beth at beth@homefront-
infocus.com.


Captain s


Cup


winners


Employees from the Defense
Distribution Center Jacksonville
proudly display the Intramural
Bowling Captain's Cup tro-
phies after winning both the
champion and runner-up cat-
egories. (Front from left) Walt
Maldonado and Sue Fonteno.
(Back from left) Bobby Bryant,
Brian Dacy and Dave Lamont.







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AUTO SKILLS CENTER
Call 542-3227 for information.
Complete auto shop with 22 work bays
ASE-certified master mechanic available
for assistance
Open Monday, Thursday & Frid.iy 12 - 8
p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

FREEDOM LANES

BOWLING CENTER
Call 542-3493 for information.

Wednesday
Free bowling for active duty
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Color Pin Bowling
5 - 10 p.m. $2 games

Saturday Night Extreme Bowling
7-9 p.m. & 9:30 p.m. - midnight
$11 per person, includes shoe rental

Sunday
Family Day Special
11 a.m. - 8 p.m. $1.50 games

After-Work Bowling League
Feb. 17 -April 21
Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.
$7 per person per week

THE ZONE COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for information.

Lunch Bingo
Monday - F,-id.iy
11:15 a.m. - 1 p.m.,
Enjoy lunch while you play.

New and improved evening Bingo pro-
gram!
$30,000 jackpot returns
Two $5,000 jackpots
Evening sessions will be played Sunday,
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

Free Fat Tuesday Party
Feb. 16 at the Bud Brew House
Begins at 5:30 p.m.
Free red beans & rice, Cajun boil, corn
bread and king cake!
Give-a-ways, party favors and a DJ!

Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Monday & Thursday at 7 p.m.
Zone gift certificates awarded

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

Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Wednesday & F-id.i
7:30 p.m. - until closing

FITNESS & AQUATICS
Call 542-2930 for information.

Valentine's Day 5K
Feb. 12, 11:30 a.m. on perimeter Rd. /
antenna farm
Same day registration 10:30 - 11:15 a.m.

Family Fitness Center
Located above the Youth Center
Monday- F,-id.iy, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday, 4 -7 p.m.
Work out while your children enjoy the
play area.

TRX Suspension Training Class is now at
the Base Gym
Class is offered Monday through Thursday
at 11:15 a.m. and on F,-id.iy at 4:15 p.m.

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

Just in time for Valentine's Day
Free drawing today at 2 p.m.
Win a one-night stay in St. Augustine at
the Hampton Inn Historic or a one-night
stay in Vilano Beach at the Hampton Inn
& Suites.
Two separate drawings and open to all
MWR eligible patrons.
Do not have to be present to win!

Breaking Benjamin
w/special guest Three Days Grace
Feb. 24, $56 per person
Veteran's Memorial Arena

FCCJ Artist Series Broadway
* The Wizard of Oz
Feb. 27, 2 p.m. ($57.75), 8p.m. ($59.50)
Feb. 28, 1:30 p.m. ($57.75)
* Mamma Mia
March 27, 2 p.m. & 8 p.m. ($62.50)
* Grease
May 1, 2 p.m. ($61), 8 p.m. ($74.50)
* Chicago
May 22, 8 p.m. ($62.50)

Camping World 300
Feb.13


$59

NASCAR Daytona 500
Feb. 14
Keech Box & DePalma - $152
Sprint Fan Zone - $75
Superstretch - $59
Turns tower - $165
Petty Tower - $350


Monster Truck Jam
Feb. 27, 7:30 p.m.
$32 per person, club seating, includes pit
pass

Walt Disney World Promotion
Four-day one park per day - $97
Four-day hopper option - $122
Four-day water park fun & more - $122
Four-day combo - $147

Wet-N-Wild Free Military Voucher
Extension until March - Active duty or
retirees only
Adult - $31.25, Child - $26.50

Universal Orlando Free Military Ticket
Seven-day two-park ticket free for active
duty or retirees extension until March 26
$92 for family and friends

Celtic Woman Concert
April 17, 8 p.m., $70

Gator Nationals (Gainesville, Florida)
Reserved seating (Includes pit pass)
Frd.i.Li March 12 - $39
Saturday March 13 - $49
Sunday March 14 - $49
General Admission (Includes pit pass)
Frd.ily March 12 - $32
Saturday March 13 - $37
Sunday March 14 - $37

Harlem Globetrotters
Feb. 26
Veterans Memorial Arena
$48

Funk Fest
May 7 & 8
Metropolitan Park
Gates open at 3 p.m. / show starts at 5 p.m.
Two-day pass - $52
One-day Frd.i.iy pass - $36
One-day Saturday pass - $36

Tim McGraw Concert
May 6 at 7 p.m., $78
Veterans Memorial Arena

Monster Energy-AMA Supercross
March 27 at 7 p.m., $31
Veterans Memorial Arena

LIBERTY COVE RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted
to El-E6 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call 542-3491 for informa-
tion.

Free Crunch Lunch
Today
11 a.m. at Liberty Cove

Dave & Busters Trip
Feb. 13 at 5 p.m.
Free transportation

Free Mall & Movie Trip
Orange Park Mall
Feb. 20

NAS JAX GOLF CLUB
Golf course info: 542-3249
Mulligan's info: 542-2936

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
Golf Club
$17 per person, includes cart & green fees
Feb. 23 for active duty.
Feb. 11 & 25 for retirees & DoD personnel.

Play 18-holes for $20
Monday and Tuesday
Cart and green fees included
Not applicable on holidays

Sunday Brunch now at Mulligan's, 10 a.m.
- 2 p.m.

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

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday - Fid.iy, 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 per-
son
Class #1 - March 12, 13, 14, 20, and 21
Class #2 - April 9, 10, 11, 17, and 18
Class #3 - April 30, May 1, 2, 8, and 9
Class #4 - June 4, 5, 6, 12, and 13
Class #5 - July 9, 10, 11, 17, and 18
Class #6- Aug. 6, 7, 8, 14, and 15
Class #7 - Sept.10, 11, 12, 18, and 19
Class #8- Oct. 1, 2, 3, 9, and 10


YOUTH CENTER
Call 778-9772.


Free open recreation for children in kin-
dergarten through age 17
Tuesday - Fi-id.iy, 6:15-8 p.m.
Saturday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Register at the Youth Center.

Spring Break Camp
Ages 5 - 12
April 5-9
Register beginning March 1

NAS JAX FLYING CLUB
Call 777-8549/6035.

Private Pilot Ground School
$450 includes instruction and books
Feb. 22 -March 31


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Freedom arrives

at Mayport

By Lt. Ed Early
USS Freedom Public Affairs
USS Freedom (LCS 1), the Navy's
first littoral combat ship (LCS),
arrived at NS Mayport Jan. 26 to
begin final preparations for her maiden
deployment. While at Mayport, Freedom
will undergo final counter drug traffick-
ing and airborne use of force training for
certification in preparation for missions in
the U.S. Southern Command/Commander,
U.S. 4th Fleet Area of Responsibility.
Readying for this deployment was
a unique process for Freedom's Sailors.
Starting in November 2009, Freedom
engaged in independent training and cer-
tification exercises off the Virginia and
Florida coasts, including maritime security
surge training for both the Blue and Gold
Crews.
Freedom also verified the integration of
the surface warfare mission package and
aviation detachment with the core crew.
Upon completion of a successful set of
trials and onload of deployment ammuni-
tion, Freedom sailed south to Mayport to
complete the final certification process and
prepare for the mid-February deployment.
"This deployment comes a full two years
ahead of schedule," said Cmdr. Randy
Garner, commanding officer of Freedom's
Gold Crew. "We are ready and eager to get
to sea, head south and show what Freedom
and her crew are capable of doing."
Freedom's deployment will be the first
for the revolutionary LCS program, whose
ships are designed to handle mission sets
that do not require the full breadth and
depth of capabilities of a traditional sur-
face combatant.
Instead, an LCS will embark tailored
mission packages (surface warfare, mine
countermeasure, anti-submarine war-
fare or maritime security) along with an
MH-60R/S aviation detachment. These tai-
lored packages allow the LCS to fulfill sev-
eral niche missions with a much smaller
crew and at less cost than larger surface
combatants.
Additionally, the shallower draft of the
LCS allows it to operate in many areas
where larger, deeper-draft combatants
cannot venture. Freedom's deployment will
conclude later this spring when she arrives
in her new homeport of San Diego.


JAX AIR NEWS, NASJACKSONVILLE, Thursday, February 11, 2010 21

New waterjet at FRCSE


Photo by MC2 Nathan Laird
The littoral combat ship USS Freedom (LCS
1) conducts flight deck certification in Sept.
2009 with an MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter
assigned to the "Sea Knights" of HSC-22.


A03 Jeffrey Ryback, assigned to HSC-22,
cleans an MH-60S Seahawk helicopter Jan.
29 on board the littoral combat ship USS
Freedom (LCS 1) during pre-deployment
workups off the Florida coast. Freedom is
scheduled to deploy to the U.S. Southern
Command area of responsibility.


Free income tax filing service


From the VITA Tax Center
The NAS Jacksonville VITA Tax
Center in Building 13 at the main
gate is open for business through
April. This free tax preparation service
is run by military and civilian volun-
teers through the Voluntary Income Tax
Assistance (VITA) program. The center
also offers free electronic tax filing.
The tax center has a full-time reception-
ist to greet customers and set up appoint-
ments and eight full-time and several part-
time volunteers who have been specially
trained by the Internal Revenue Service
to handle most tax situations. There is
also a special area set up for children to
watch movies while their parents are hav-
ing their taxes prepared.
Those eligible for the free tax prepara-
tion include:
* All active duty service members and
their dependents
* All retirees and their dependents
* Reservists on active duty for more than
30 days
* Reservists within 30 days of demobili-
zation
* Reservists involved in pre-mobilization
Before making an appointment, custom-
ers should have:
* All 2009 W-2's and 1099's


* Copies of social security cards for tax-
payers and dependents
* Taxpayer(s) military ID cards
* Bank account numbers and routing
numbers
* Any other tax records including copies
of 2008 tax returns if available
If you do not bring either a copy of your
social security card or a previous year's tax
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preferred.

Maintenance
Mechanic II - PRN
Three years of commer-
cial or industrial experi-
ence in maintenance and
repair of machinery and
equipment and one year
of experience in a hospi-
tal facility required.

HVAC Tech II
Strong experience with
HVAC, electrical,
air-cooled and centrifu-
gal chillers, and indus-
trial kitchen equipment
required. HVAC license
and previous experience
in a hospital facility pre-
ferred.
Please apply online at
www.pcmcfl.com
EOE/AA

To advertise
in the military
publications dis-
tributed at the
local bases in the
area,
Please call
904-359-4336,
Fax 366 6230.


Putnam Community
Medical Center has been
providing quality patient
care to our community
for over 30 years. Come
be a part of our team and
help make a difference.

Pharmacy
Director
Qualified candidate must
have a current FL Phar-
macy license; 5 years of
experience as a Supervi-
sor or Director of Phar-
m a c y ; strong
leadership/communica-
tion skills; and the abil-
ity to demonstrate a high
success rate in all aspects
of managing the perfor-
mance improvement pro-
cess.

Quality
Director
Qualified candidate must
have 2-3 years of experi-
ence in quality reporting
and improvement imple-
mentation; strong leader-
ship/communication
skills; and the ability to
demonstrate a high suc-
cess rate in all aspects of
managing the perfor-
mance improvement pro-
cess. A Master's degree
is preferred.
Please apply online at
www.pcmcfl.com
EOE/AA


Thank you!
Besides protecting our
country, military
personnel stationed in
our communities
donated M50,620
hours of volunteer
service in Northeast
Flonrida and Southeast
Georga last year.Their
time was given to
community
organizations, church
groups, youth activities,
scouting and more.









work with an area
leader in long term
care. We are also
accepting applica-
tions for the following
PRN positions:
Occupational
Therapist
Therapy Technician
Charge Nurse
CNA
Excellent salary
and benefits.

Contact Kelli Walker
at kwalker@
rivergarden.org
or apply in person at
11401 Old St. Augustine Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32258
or fax your resume to
(904)886-7768

TRiverapisGt

A Caring Community
www.rivergarden.org


He


Sales
BUSINESS IS
GREAT!!!
WHY WAIT
TO MAKE A CHANGE
*Paid Training
*Ask about our
Signing Bonus
*$300 to $900 per Sale
*Preset, Confirmed Appts
*$45,000+ if you are
new in sales
*$75,000+ if you are
experienced
*GREAT BENEFITS
*No Overnight travel
For more information
call 268-5163
ask for Harold
or email your resume
hrdept@abmrktg.com
or fax your resume
to 904-268-3170


CDL A DRIVERS-
TEAMS & SOLOS
1 year OTR Experience
& Clean MVR Required.
Make 2010 the Best
Year Yet at GTS!
Call 1-800-326-8889
www.gtstransportation.com



LICENSE
IN-HOME Before &
after School Care.
Call 779-7718
A MOSBY FAMILY
DAYCARE HOME
INC. Offers FREE
Pre-K (VPK) M-F.
Meals & Snack incl.
904-573-0271/868-6518
F04DU1049


I Healthcare I


SR. SW DEVELOPER
COMPUTER-LPS Man-
agement, LLC, a pro-
vider of integrated tech-
nology and services to the
mortgage industry, is
seeking a Sr. SW Devel-
oper at our Jacksonville,
Florida facility. Reqs: a
Bachelor's degree in
Computer Science, Com-
puter Engineering, or
related field of study and
2 yrs of experience in iob
offered or as a Pro-
grammer Analyst/Devel-
oper. Experience must
include project develop-
ment using .Net frame-
work, C#, and Visual Stu-
dio IDE. Interested
applicants should mail
resumes to Jeni Keop-
ithoune, HR, at Lender
Processing Services, Inc.
601 Riverside Ave Jack-
sonville, FL 32204.
Include Job Reference
Code: 11514JJ.




Maintenance

JOB FAIR
Maintenance Professionals
See our ad under
"Real Estate" category.
Equity Residential




Sales
JOB FAIR
Equity Residential:
Seeking talented leasing
& maintenance profession-
als for apt communities.
ROYAL OAKS
10023 Belle Rive Blvd
Jacksonville, 32256
Wed, Feb 10th, 2 pm-6pm
(Apply in person) See
www.equityapartments.comr
to learn more about us.
B/G, drug screen req'd.

Sales


AC, Heating, Fuel
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/Office Equipment
Clothes
Collectibles
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
Fruits/Vegetables
Furniture/Household
Garage Sales
Garden/Lawn
Hot Tubs/Spas
Jewelry/Watches
Kid's Stuff
Machinery & Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting Goods
Tickets
Trailers
Wanted to Buy or Trade



GE Electric Range
w/wo 2-s p d
Fan/Vent w/LT
works well, creme
color $100obo. 904-781-2760



L KORG M5061 Music
workstation w/case
$1200. Ki m
850-559-5141 for info

Philips 52" Big Scrn
TV, great cond.
Dave 904-446-7448.
Pictures are avail.


Disc/DVD Home
TTheatre System
MOD#BDV-E300
New in box. MFG sugg.
retail $590. Quick sell
$400. Call 904-220-9276






i Beautiful i
S5 pc Cherry
Bedroom Set
I $300 i
S904-644-0498



QUEEN SETS $135
KINGS $195 365-0957

2" Foam mattress
topper $65; 5 full sz
flat sheets, 5 fitted,
3 pillow cases
$Seach; stainless steel
sink & faucet $50.
771-2917
SFull headboard and
frame $40. Dresser
S$w/m irror $150.
904-277-8205
SKING Mattress
w/foundation & 6 leg
steel frame. $200.
508-801-1897
KING SIZE PILLOW TOP
MATTRESS SET $200
New 904-644-0498 0
Nursery Furniture
set-white; convert-
ible crib, mattress,
changer- dresser,
armoire, glider, otto
man, toy box, access.
$400. Call 912-576-3580
4 Oak Ent. Ctr, glass
drs holds large TV
lots, storage mov-
ies $80. D: 542-3526
x237 ask for Chief Wood.
Queen EuroTop Mattress
Set Still in Plastic $130
(904) 644-0498


with
Orange Park Beauty Academy

Unemployed & Concerned?

hat are you doing about your future?

Orange Park Beauty Academy is
an approved school for the DOD
= military spouse career advancement



$6,000 available from the DOD
for tuition in the following courses:

* Cosmetology

* Skin Care Specialist

* Nail Technician

S* Full Specialist (Skin & Nails)


Are you eligible?

Visit our website @ orangeparkbeautyacademy.com
and click on the tab "Military Spouse Grant"
or call 904-264-5201 1 912-313-3035 1 904-334-8125
For all the details!


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& immons Baby
BeautyRest mat-
itress for crib. Exc.
cond. $50obo. Was
$100. Call 904-781-2760
, 47" Sony Grand
Wega HDTV & 6pc.
SEnt. Ctr $400 for TV
$600 Center or $850
both. 912-729-6494
, TODDLER Racing
Car bed "Blue" No
mattress incl. Good
cond., moving must
sell. $50. 912-576-2340
(2) Twin trundle
beds . Exc cond.
You pick up.
904-608-6437. $230.00
4 White twin bedset
incl. headbrd, box-
St spring, mattress,
frame, armoire &
white dresser. $250.
904-277-8205



BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



SBeautiful Engage-
ment Ring lct.
Marquise center
stone + .21cts.
Addt'l Diamonds. Appr.
$7200 Quick sell $2800.
904-220-9276



A INCA 10" Bandsaw.
New tires. 2 never
Opened blades. $225.
912_576-5538





arms $20ea. or 3 for
$50. 269-4312


UNDERCOVER
GO FITS 04-08 F50
-- 642-0881




.T GO-CART '04 -
(custom) $700obo.
Cash only. 6.0hp
Tecamshe engine. Exc.
cond. Helmet incl. Kyle
904-556-6385



Daytona500, Orlando Magic
Monster Jam, MLB Baseball
www.sstickets.com
904-725-5045



C, Looking for large
dog kennel prefer
metal, must have
bottom tray. Any-
one with a cover appre-
ciated. Call 469-441-4247




Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted

-m

CAIRN TERRIER
PUPPIES AKC
www mccartysterriers.con
Chihuahua Pups M/F HC,
CaKCt reg. Ready for
Valentines! 757- 3189
SDog house, Irg Pre-
cision Pet Outback
$500 pl cabin. (New)
45.5"LX33"WX33"H
Retail $140; asking $130.
912-552-7311
English Bulldog Pups AKC
Adorable 1M & 4F
Taking Dep. now Cash
or CC accpt'd. Asking
$2500 pic avi 229-387-4858
English Bulldog Pups AKC
Champion lines, all colors
avi now. $1400 904-607-4488
English Mastiff AKC
Puppies Apricot with
full black mask Male &
Female available $850
Stephanie 229-269-9367
FISH TANK 120gal
Salt-water reef,
chiller, i n c l .
live-rock, crabs,
sand, coral. $1500obo.
703-2765/542-3526 X237
Chief Wood
German Rottweiler AKC
PUPS. Born 12/29/09.
1INV3F. Shots & HC.
Avail 2/27/10. $650.00
each. Deposit req.
(904) 693-2356 or
(228) 239-6972.
Goldendoodle, Bichon,
Morkie, King Charles,
Poodle, Shihtzu, Yorkie, etc
** BIG PUPPY SALE **
Starting @ $399. 997-9909
www.pamperedpawsonline.com
Golden Retriever Pup-
pies Registered pure
bred in Jesup, Ga. $300/
puppy. Call Ken
(912)256-8176
JACK RUSSELL PUPS
CKC regist. $250.
Call Ray 904-779-2590
LABRADOODLE PUP.
Australian muItigen
med, male choco, neu-
tered 14 weeks, $1500
Jax 904-349-2530
MALTESE, Yorkie, Poo
Mixes & others Cash only
904-721-5253 / 904-923-7535
MALTESE CKC x-small
male puppies VALEN-
TINES DAY SPECIAL.
S&W, POP Guaranteed
to make that special
someone smile! Price
reduced to $399.00
YORKIES AKC x-small
female puppies S&W,
POP will win your spe-
cial Valentines heart!
St. Augustine FL.
904-534-4947
MALTIPOO, PEEKAPOO
and SHIFFON , M/F,
S/W, $300. 912-807-0007


www.mScartysratterriers.com
POODLES TOY AKC
Taking deposits.
RFeady 31, 2 maVERY s $600,
2 fem $700 334- 4058
www.poriumprettypoodes.com
Rat Terrier Pups UKCI,
many colors $3004$400.
www.mccartysratterriersxcom
YORKIESAKC. MALE/
Female VERY SMALL
H/C $700. 10 weeks
904-445-8476 http://
yorkies.havensmith.com




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



Consignment Boat Sales
Jaxboating.com
904-249-6225




Terry 5th Wheel 28' 1997
Fully equip., Jekyll Island
$5,600. Ford F250 truck
also avail. 912-228-8617




HARLEY DAVID-
SON V-Rod 2003 -
100th Anniversary
edt. Only 3000mi's.
Like new. Extras. $9500.
904-264-1001/904-349-5573
, SUZUKI Intruder
'03- 800cc Chopper
11,400mi, $4200.
912-882-1274
4 YAMAHA WAR-
RIOR '87- YFM350
$1000obo. Many new
?parts included.
Addit'l parts & tires.
757-748 -8405/8403.
speedo 22@yahoo.com


To list your dealership,


please call


904-359-4193


Before you buy, shop these dealerships first!


TOM BUSH BMW
JACKSONVILLE
9850 Atlantic Blvd.
725-0911

TOM BUSH BMW
ORANGE PARK
6914 Blanding Blvd
777-2500




GARER BUICK
Green Cove Sprngs
264-4502
www.garberautomall.com

KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


JACK WILSON BUICK
2250 US1 South
797-4577



CADILLA SAAB OF
ORANGE PARK
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
www.cadillacoforangepak.com

CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
www.claudenolan.com




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

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


JACK WILSON CHEVROLET
2255 US1 South 797-4567


JERRY HAMM CHEVY
3494 Philips Hwy. 398-3036







ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
www.atlantcjeep.com
2330 US1 South 354-4421



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


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


RCK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 373, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454
www.rickkeffer.com







ATLANTIC DODGE
www.atlanticjeep.com
2330 US1 South 354-4421


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


ECK KiFFER
1-95 Exi 373, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454
www.rickkeffer.com


PAUL CU FORD4ERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee)
225-3673


GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
www.gaiberautomall.com


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 PONIAC-GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826


.GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs
264-4502
www.garbemutomall.com

JACK WILSON PONTIAC
BUICK GMC
2250 US1 South
797-4577


DUVAL HONDA
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900


LOU SOIB HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300






KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060






ATLANTIlC INFINm
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200





ATLANTIC JEEP
www.atlanticjeep.com
2330 US 1 South 354-4421


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


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


RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 373, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454
www.rickkeffer.com



KIA OF ORANGE PARK
6373 Blanding Blvd.
771-6078


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


LEXUS OF ORANGE PARK
7040 Blanding Blvd. 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


MERCDESBEN


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.
389-3621


MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
7447 Blanding Blvd. 269-9400





JACK WILSON PONTIAC
BUICK GMC
2250 US1 South
797-4577





BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155




SUBARU OF ORANGE PARK
6999 Blanding Blvd. 777-1800





KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle.
771-9100


ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 CassatAve. 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


GT LEASING
Commerdal Leaslng Sihoe 19
2810 St. Augusine Rd.
398-5000
www.gUeasing.com

PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Bvd. 722-1694










AUTO LINE
A Family owned Business
autolinepreowned.com
2126 MayportRd., Atlantic Beach
904-242-8000


AUTOS
BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
Family Owned Since 1967
beachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd.
7243511


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


O'STEEN VW CERTIFIED
PRE-OWNED CENTER

11401 Philips Hwy.

322-5100


WORLD IMPORTS CERTIFIED
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
www.woddimportsusa.com
11650 BEACH BLVD.
998-9992


PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080




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




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


FRE ILI

SPUS GAN


BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. RUMOS MDIOR CARS
Bc itnaltA1 3201 W 724-1080


1967 Ford Fairlane 390
needs a little work,
1 owne $2,6000 Firm
Cal 904-768 -5296



, ACURA 3.2TL '01
V6, gold, 4dr, fully
/ded, Ithr, sunroof,
alloy whis, 11Omi's,
$8000. 912-467-3376
, BMW 3351 '07- blue
w/31kmi's. Call Kim
for info 850-559-5141
4 Chevy Cavalier '03
2dr coupe, 76kmi's,
blk, AC, CC, PW,
PD, runs good.
C : 904-881 -2717.
Kingsland $2250.
CHEVY LUMINA EURO
3.1 - 1991 model,runs
great, tires good for
another 50k miles. $1,000
firm. Reliable transpor-
tation. Call 386-2006.
SCHEVY Silverado
'04- Crewcab Z71,
4x4, owner, exc.
cond, all power,
prem. sound, sprayed
bedliner, alum. tool box,
new tires, towing pkg,
1 0 0 km i , $ 1 4 K.
904-704-9898
, FORD MUSTANG
'06- Pony pkg, V6,
light blue, tan top
int., AT, spoiler.
904-415-3933
9 FORD TAURUS '98
SE, 4dr, dual
exhaust, about 125k
mi's, runs great,
a s k i n g $ 2 5 0 0.
349-4132/992-4172
JAGUAR XJ8 '98 British
green, gar kept, must
see, 95k mi, perfect
cond, $6600. 904-803-6739

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4, LEXUS LS400 '91-
white, 4dr, blue
llthr, chrome wh s,
$3900. 912-467-3376



4 MERCURY COU-
GAR '00- blk, sport,
2d r, V 6, Ith r,
100OOkmi's, new tires,
$3800. Norman
757-748-8405/8403
, Rare Find 2004
Mach I Ann. Edt.
7400mi SVT-V8
manual. Show win-
ner red/blk shaker hood
$24,500. 904-806-3970
Toyota Avalon '01-
V6, green, 4dr, fully
Ided, Ithr, sunrf,
alloys, 64kmi's,
$8500obo. 912-467-3376




Ford Econoline 350 Cargo
Van '98- 98k mi, new
tires, a/c, runs great
$3500 firm. 386-328-4437
t FORD EXPLORER
'97- good cond. 216k
mi's on Mayport
Auto Lot. Asking
$2500. Dave 904-446-7448
4, GMC SIERRA 1500
2WD, crew cab,
SLE2, 5.3L sport
red, metallic, new
tire's, lean35, XXXwell.
$21,900obo. 904-403-1745






Maint. $6K. 904-768-4310
GMC Vandura Conversion
Van 95 Wheel chair lifthr


raised roof, 50k mi, exc








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