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Pakistan Navy accepts two



'like-new' P-3C aircraft
By Clark Pierce \11
Editor


In a ceremony full of
pomp and circum-
stance that was attend-
ed by the ambassador of
Pakistan to the U.S., the
U.S. deputy assistant sec-
retary of state and other
dignitaries, the U.S. Navy
transferred two updat-
ed P-3C Orion maritime
patrol aircraft to Pakistan
Navy 28 Squadron April 30
at NAS Jacksonville.
As part of the U.S.
Department of Defense
Foreign Military Sales
program, these are the
first two of seven surplus
P-3C aircraft being refur-
bished by Lockheed Martin
and equipped with the lat-
est export version mission
suite.
Ambassador Husain
Haqqani of the Islamic
Republic of Pakistan, said,
"It is indeed a pleasure for
me to take part in this ele-
gant ceremony to receive
the first upgraded P-3C air-
craft for the Pakistan Navy.
This represents the expand-
ing strategic partnership
between Pakistan and the
United States and will fill
an important gap in our
country's maritime security
by helping us more effec-
tively monitor sea lanes and
provide protection for mari-
time traffic in the Arabian
Sea and Gulf."
"The induction of the lat-
est P-3C aircraft into the
Pakistan Navy will help
ensure that terrorists,


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Members of Pakistan Navy 28 Squadron gather with Director, Navy International Programs
Office Rear Adm. Stephen Voetsch (fifth from right); Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of
Pakistan to the U.S., Husain Haqqani, Pakistan Navy Chief of Staff Vice Adm. Shahid Iqbal
and Pakistan Navy Capt. Abdul Basit near one of the Pakistan P-3C Orion aircraft.


The official party renders honors during the playing of
the Pakistan National Anthem during the U.S. Navy and
Pakistan Navy P-3C Orion Transfer Ceremony April 30 at
NAS Jacksonville. (From left) Pakistan Chief of Staff Vice
Adm. Shahid Iqbal, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of
Pakistan Husain Haqqani, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State
Brig. Gen. Thomas Masiello, Pakistan Navy Capt. Abdul Basit
and Lt. Cmdr. Abuhena Saifulislam.


pirates and drug traffickers
are unable to use our mari-
time borders for infiltration
and other illegal activities.


There is now a realization
-in both Washington and
Islamabad that we have
laid the foundation for a


renewed, long-term partner-
ship based on our shared
values and our commitment
to democracy and freedom
that will last for genera-
tions," said Haqqani.
"Today's ceremony at
NAS Jacksonville is sym-
bolic of our growing rela-
tionship that is crucial
for peace, security and
the defeat of terrorism
in South Asia. Long live
USA-Pakistan friendship,"
Haqqani concluded.
Deputy Assistant Secre-
tary of State Brig. Gen.
Thomas Masiello told the
audience of military, indus-
try and civic leaders, "Like
the rich history of the P-3C
program which goes back

See PAKISTAN, Page 11


Recreational Safety Rodeo is May 6
By Carl Bennett
Special Contributor


NAS Jacksonville is hosting
the fifth annual Recreational
Safety Rodeo today from
11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the NAS
Jax Commissary parking lot. This
year's rodeo will include an escorted
group motorcycle ride down the NAS
Jacksonville runways and more.
The rodeo is an opportunity to kick
off summer and recreational sports
as well as re-emphasizing all around
off-duty safety. There will be infor-
mation related to motorcycling, ATVs,
dirt bikes, boating, watercraft, bicy-
cling, hunting, home safety and more
recreational venues. This event was
perfectly timed for the Memorial Day
weekend and 101 Days of Summer
Safety briefs. Commands are encour-
aged to use this to meet their sum-
mer safety brief requirements for the
summer; an event passport card will
be used for each member. They will
retain part of the card as proof of
attendance and participation for com-
mand records.
Those wanting to participate in the
escorted runway and around the base
ride must arrive at Hangar 511 north-
west vehicle gate between 10:00 and
10:20 a.m. You must have base access
to participate in the ride and wear all
CNRSE-required personal protection
equipment (PPE). It is also critical
to ensure your motorcycle is of sound
mechanical/physical condition; all
motorcycles will be visually screened
for possible concerns. Motorcycles
identified with possible concerns may


not be allowed to participate in the
runway ride portion. Consult your
command motorcycle coordinator for
clarification on the CNRSE PPE poli-
cy.
Motorcycle enthusiasts will be able
see riding demonstrations from the
award winning Jacksonville Sheriffs
Office Motorcycle Drill Team and par-
ticipate in a two-lane slow race. This
year, we have added a few opportuni-
ties to have your motorcycles blessed
by the base chapel with bike blessing
ceremony.
Motor vehicle safety will also be
a focused on during the rodeo. The
Florida Department of Transportation


will be showcasing their No-Zone
Truck, which demonstrates the actual
visibility restrictions truckers experi-
ence around their vehicles. Florida
Division of Drivers Licensing mobile
unit will be present for licensing
needs, but make sure you have all
required documentation (www.gath-
ergoget.com). Georgia Department of
Transportation will showcase their
Roll-Over Vehicle that clearly shows
just how important seat belts. Also
the Florida Fish and Wildlife will also
be available to provide information on
obtaining hunting and fishing licenses.


See RODEO, Page 10


INSIDE


Red Lancers
Award-winning Performance at VP-10
Pages 6 & 7


VP-5 CoC
Jorgensen Relieves Naylor
Page 5


Photo by Clark Pierce
As Bonnie Bishop, Dolores Marshall, Lt. Alicia Salerno
and Pamela Ottesen look on, Lt. Jimmy Nolen demos the
features of a logistics program April 28 at the NAS Jax
Emergency Operations Center.

Mobile training team

teaches EOC incident

management team

By Clark Pierce
Editor

ommander, Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE)
hosted a mobile training team from
Commander, Navy Installations Command
(CNIC) to teach the Emergency Operations Center
Incident Management Team (EOC IMT) course at
NAS Jacksonville April 26-30.
The class was comprised of base fire, security, safe-
ty, air operations, emergency services, logistics, public
works and various other military and civilian spe-
cialists assigned to the emergency operations center.
Each student learned how to serve as a member of an
installation's EOC IMT during an emergency.
"We expose the class to a number of simulated
crisis scenarios at fictitious installations," said
Tim McKenzie, assistant shore operations training
group (SOTG) training chief. "The 3-1/2-day course
is designed to make EOC personnel more effective
and efficient in performing their jobs during any
type of crisis. The lessons cover team member roles
and responsibilities, as well as the use of the C4I
(Command, Control, Communications, Computing
and Intelligence) Suite, the Navy's common-operating-
picture online application."
He added that the class offers a first-ever exercise
using C4I to work in conjunction with the CNRSE
Region Operations Center (ROC) at NAS Jacksonville.
It allows ROC to track the status of various incidents

See EOC, Page 10


Photo by Clark Pierce
At the 2009 MWR Recreational Safety Rodeo, three Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
motormen riding "side saddle" maintain precise balance in a follow-the-leader
demonstration all without knocking over any traffic pylons. Today's Recreational
Safety Rodeo is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the NAS Jax Commissary parking lot.


FACSFAC CoC
Abrahamson Relieves Stubbs
Page 4


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Looking back to 1941...


U.S. Navy photo
In 1941 at NAS Jacksonville, U.S. Navy and Marine Corps student pilots prepare for primary flight training in Ryan
NR-1 "Recruit" aircraft. The two-seat, open-cockpit monoplane was powered by a 160-hp Kinner five-cylinder, air-
cooled radial engine with a top speed of 131 mph.



Baseball: Holding close, letting go


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor


Four years ago, I wrote about
my son, Ford (then 5), play-
ing tee-ball. Lest you think
age 5 is too young to play anything
that even resembles baseball, by
local standards in what was then
our hometown of Pensacola, Fla.,
Ford was late getting into the
game. Neighboring Bagdad, Fla.,
(calls home to say, "Hi Mom, I'm in
Bagdad" were always fun), is where
tee-ball originated in the 1960s.
They don't take this lightly, and any
child who begins tee-ball later than
age 3 is considered to be somewhat of
a hobbiest, not a serious player.
When Ford joined the "Bears" as a
novice, he was promptly sent to the out-
field. He practiced daily with his dad in
the front yard. When he felt proficient
enough, Ford told his coach, "I think if
you give me a shot at the infield, I can
do it." The coach smiled and put Ford
at first base the next game.
I titled my column about this experi-
ence "Lessons from the Dugout," and
it has been published more than any
of my other columns. (Last year it
was featured in Chicken Soup for the
Father and Son's Soul). My alternat-
ing feelings of torment and anxiety,
mixed with sudden urges to run on
the field and protect my son from any
embarrassment, resonated with read-


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Are there are even more ways to try
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MoneyChic says: With the ease of
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Let's start with Smishing. Smish-
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sonal information. Some of these texts


ers. So did my husband's advice when
I was tempted to shield Ford from
laughing peers in the dugout after he
got the first out: "Sarah, do not go in
the dugout," Dustin said.
I wrote, "Sometimes, I guess, being
a mother means allowing you to have
experiences that will break my heart
while they build your character."
In the column, I described a short,
knobby-kneed Ford nearly swallowed
by the large batter's helmet that made
him look like a bobble head. I ended
with, "Two batters later, you were
safe again on third. You looked to see
if I was watching. Someday, I thought,
you'll look for another girl in the
stands. But for now it's me. The next
batter hit the ball and you ran home.
Then you circled back to the dugout,
leaving me there, behind the fence,
at home base, where I will always be
cheering for you."
A year later, still in Florida, I fol-
lowed up with "Not an Easy Out," the
story of me getting into a fight with
a coach who humiliated Ford on the
field. I remember yelling, "I don't care
who won or lost, don't ever tease my
son like that again." And I remember
not crying not even a single tear -
until the coach threw his bat at the



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a monthly fee unless you respond.
Once you get involved in this dialogue
via text, you are then asked to give
your credit card number used on bill-
ing, so they may cancel this fake order
that never existed.
Vishing tries to convince folks to
give up personal information over the
phone by claiming they are your bank
and asking you to verify a recent
transaction or charge. From here,
they ask more personal account infor-
mation for "verification."
There are two other forms of elec-
tronic spying to be aware of:
Malware is dangerous software
that is harmful to the normal func-
tion of your computer. It may send


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
Blessing of motorcycles and riders
May 6 at NAS Jax Safety Rodeo
Vacation Bible School registration
begins the third week of May. Call 542-3051/3052.
PREP (Prevention Relationship Enhancement
Program)
July 13 & 14 for couples getting married or already
married. This course qualifies for pre-marital discount
for marriage licenses in Duval County.
Weekly Bible Study
in Building 749, every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.


Officer Christian Fellowship and Bible study
with Chaplain Williams every Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Barracks Bible Study with Chaplain Norton
every Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the main conference room.
The Jacksonville Ladies
at Jacksonville National Cemetery
seek volunteers to honor veterans and fallen service mem-
bers. Contact Cathy Cayton at 272-9489
or kcayton@hotmail.com.
Set your course in Navy life at
COMPASS NAS Jax
a "spouses mentoring spouses" program by Naval Services
Family Line. Register at www.gocompass.org.
Babysitting provided.

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


chain link fence and stormed off, mut-
tering something that rhymes with
"brazy citch."
As it turned out, however, your
mother screaming at a coach is much
more humiliating than just about any-
thing else.
Last year, in Bangor, Maine, I
thought I was past all the emotions of
baseball. At least, I wasn't crying in
the stands anymore. I wrote a tongue-
in-cheek column about children eating
dinner as they waited for their turn
up at bat. I laughed spontaneously -
the kind of laugh that bursts forth at
the most inopportune times, such as
the middle of a sermon at church -
about the kids holding half-eaten ham
sandwiches in the outfield. I don't
remember feeling sad.
About a month ago, Ford said he
wanted to play Little League. We
weren't sure he'd make it, yet two
days after the tryouts, Ford called me
on my cell phone. "Mom, I made Little
League," he said. "I really made it!"
I immediately thought of that little
boy with the wobbly batting helmet
and started to cry, which only got
worse on the night of his first practice.
To be continued next week in "First
Day of Little League."


the personal info stored on your com-
puter to crooks via the Internet. Make
sure you only download software and
updates from sites you know and
trust.
Skimming is when a secret stor-
age device attached to a machine that
is processing your card steals your
credit or debit card number. Thieves
then use your card number to make
online purchases.
Scary stuff out there in this day and
age, so make sure you are diligent
with good security software on your
computer, skeptical about sharing per-
sonal information with strangers via
text, phone or computer, and monitor
your accounts on a regular basis.
That's my two cents' worth.


#a" a s. ..
GM1(SS) JOHN PAYNE

Job title/command:
1st Lieutenant Division


Hometown: Fernandina
Beach


Favorite duty station/
Why? USS Maryland (SSBN-738)
because it was a very professional command.

Last book read: The Constitutional Writings
of Thomas Jefferson

Favorite pastime: Playing the guitar.

Most interesting experience: Seeing
Washington, D.C., for the first time.

Who is your hero? Mother Teresa. She had
excellent values and put her convictions to action
to make an enormous difference.




JEFFREY FUQUA

Job title/command:
Firefighter

Hometown: Nashville

Favorite duty station/
Why? Virginia and Atlanta
because of the year-round activities.

Last book read: No books but a lot of Web
reading, articles and magazines.

Favorite pastime: Bowling and Web surfing.

Most Interesting Experience: Being an
overseas contractor.

Who is your hero? No one. But everyone
who fights for change.



Pastoral meeting


Photo by CS2 Sylvia Morris
Pastoral care professionals meet at NAS Jacksonville Chapel
Center. (From left) NAS Jacksonville Command Chaplain
(Cmdr.) Gerald Felder, Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.) Abuhena
Saifulislam of Navy District Washington, Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.)
Atticus Taylor of CPRW-11, and Chaplain (Lt.) Buster Williams
of NAS Jacksonville discussed religious and social issues dur-
ing their April 30 meeting.



^xAir News

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer...................... Capt. Jack Scorby Jr.
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 W riter.......................................... ............. CS2 Sylvia Morris
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FACSFAC Jax to hold change



of command tomorrow


From FACSFAC]ax


Cmdr. Todd Abrahamson
assumes command of Fleet
Area Control and Surveillance
Facility Jax (FACSFAC Jax) dur-
ing a change of command ceremo-
ny tomorrow at Hangar 117, NAS
Jacksonville. Abrahamson relieves
Cmdr. Curtis Stubbs, who has led
FACSFAC Jax since January 2008.
Rear Adm. Richard O'Hanlon, com-
mander, Naval Air Forces Atlantic,
will be the guest speaker.
Abrahamson is a native of Santa
Monica, Calif. He attended the
University of California at Los
Angeles and graduated in 1992 with
a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political
Science. He attended flight school in
March 1993 and was designated a
naval aviator in October 1995 at NAS
Meridian, Miss.
Following flight school,
Abrahamson reported to Marine
Fighter Attack Squadron (VMFAT)
101 "Sharpshooters" at Marine
Corps Air Station El Toro, Calif.
for initial F/A-18C training.
In March 1997, he joined VFA-25 and
deployed on board the aircraft carrier
USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72).
While attached to the VFA-25,
Abrahamson completed a six-month
Western Pacific deployment to the
Persian Gulf flying missions in sup-
port of Operation Southern Watch.
During his tour with VFA-25, he
served as NATOPS officer, aircraft
division officer, air-to-air weapons
training officer, quality assurance offi-
cer and head landing signal officer.
Following his tour with VFA-
25, Abrahamson reported back
to VMFAT 101, this time at MCAS
Miramar, Calif. as an instructor pilot.
During Abrahamson's tour at VMFAT
101, he was selected to the Navy
Flight Demonstration Squadron,
the Blue Angels, in 2001. He flew



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Cmdr. Todd Abrahamson Cmdr. Curtis Stubbs


the right wing position (No. 2) dur-
ing the 2002 and 2003 show seasons.
Following his tour with the Blue
Angels, he reported to Atsugi, Japan
and joined VFA-27, "The Royal
Maces" as a department head in
February 2004 where he served as
the administration, maintenance
and operations officer. He helped the
squadron transition to the F/A-18E
"Super Hornet" and completed mul-
tiple Western Pacific deployments
on board USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63).
VFA 27 was awarded the 2005 Battle
"E" and Safety "S" awards, as well
as the Commander, Strike Fighter
Wing Pacific Fleet Bruce Carrier
Maintenance Excellence Award.
After departing VFA 27 in October
2005, Abrahamson was assigned to
the Naval War College in Newport,
R.I., where he earned a Master of
Arts Degree in National Security
and Strategic Studies. He was then
assigned to the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO) J3 Division at
Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers
Europe (SHAPE) in Casteau, Belgium


where he worked on Afghanistan oper-
ations.
During his joint tour, Abrahamson
deployed to Kabul, Afghanistan as an
Individual Augmentee with the NATO
International Security Assistance
Force. While at SHAPE, he screened
for command and received orders to
FACSFAC Jax as the commanding
officer.
Stubbs reported to FACSFAC Jax
Nov. 29, 2005 as executive officer and
assumed command Jan. 4, 2008. He
will report to Commander, U.S. Naval
Forces Central Command in Bahrain,
Manama, in June after attending the
Naval War College in Newport, R.I.
FACSFAC Jax is the coordinating
and controlling agency for military
airspace, special use airspace, and off-
shore naval training areas from South
Carolina to Texas.
It also manages the only active
bombing range on the East Coast.
FACSFAC Jax works closely with
local, state and other federal agencies
on a myriad of issues from law enforce-
ment to marine mammal protection.


New VP-26
"Tridents"
Commanding
Officer
Cmdr. Jeffrey
Draeger
squadron's
change of
command
ceremony.

Photo courtesy of VP 26
VP-26 holds change of command

By Lt. j.g. Matt Hepfinger
VP 26 PAO

mdr. Jeffrey Draeger assumed command
of VP-26 from Cmdr. Michael Parker dur-
ing an April 27 ceremony conducted at NAS
Sigonella, Italy. Vice Adm. Harry Harris, command-
er, U.S. 6th Fleet, was the guest speaker. Also par-
ticipating in the ceremony was Capt. Mark Turner,
commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 11,
based at NAS Jacksonville. The 6th Fleet Band per-
formed at the ceremony.
Draeger, an Ohio native and 1993 graduate of the
United States Naval Academy, takes the helm as the
squadron prepares to redeploy to NAS Jacksonville,
Florida from three separate deployed sites, complet-
ing a homeport change from Brunswick, Maine in the
process. The Tridents are the last P-3 squadron to
complete the move that resulted from the 2005 Base
Realignment and Closure Act. Having deployed for
the final time from NAS Brunswick last November,
they will arrive at their new home aboard NAS
Jacksonville in early June.
Parker's next assignment will take him to Naples,
Italy where he will serve on the staff of Commander,
Naval Forces Europe Commander U.S. 6th Fleet.
Cmdr. Noel Dahlke reported to VP-26 as the squad-
ron's new executive officer.
The turnover comes as the "Tridents" enter their
final month of an extremely dynamic tri-site deploy-
ment spanning Europe, Africa and Central America.
They continue to fly missions in support of Operation
Enduring Freedom, Horn of Africa stabilization initia-
tives, counter-piracy operations and counter narco-ter-
rorism efforts, as well as Fleet Support and numerous
NATO exercises.
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relief effort. Besides supporting these operations,
VP-26 maintenance personnel continue to perform
phase maintenance for the squadron deployed to the
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By Cliff Plante
Special Contributor


This year's Earth Day
was a huge success
at NAS Jacksonville.
The river clean-up went
extremely well "yielding"
unique items of trash.
The prize winner was
Ground Electronics for a
complete set of office fur-
niture! A fun day was
had by all of the 186 vol-
unteers who participated
and removed over 5,000
pounds of trash from the
river front. The day also
provided a time to reflect
on our planet's health and
stewardship. The NAS Jax
Energy Team participat-
ed in the event by setting
up a display at the Navy
Exchange Food Court. We
answered questions on
what the base was doing
to help in energy reduction
as well as what consumers
could do to save money or
energy. Pamphlets were
handed out to provideing
information on ways to not
only save energy dollars
but also reduce our "carbon
footprint".
Just because Earth Day
is officially behind us does
not mean that we can drop
our guard in our efforts to
reduce consumption. This
Energy conservation and
the effect we're having on
the earth's future should
be considered as an every-
day requirement that we


all need to be mindful
of.conscious of and what
effect we're having on the
earth's future.
NAS Jacksonville is
starting to show reductions
in both energy and water
consumption. The energy
team appreciates the effort
that all base personnel
are taking in helping us to
achieve our goal of a 30 per-
cent reduction in electrical
intensity and a 20 percent
reduction in water con-
sumption by 2015.
In addition to the person-
nel "efforts" achieved, we
are moving along with the
next phase of our energy
conservation project that
will ultimately provide over
$3M in annual energy sav-
ings. We've installed new
lighting at numerous facili-
ties at NAS Jacksonville
that not only reduce ener-
gy consumption but also
improve lighting levels.
If you have the opportu-
nity, look at the lighting
in the base gym and pool
(Building 614) as examples.
For those of you working
at Hangar 1000 or Hangar
30, you also have seen the
difference in your improved
lighting levels since the
installation of new high-bay
fixtures. In the Bachelor
Enlisted Quarters, we've
reduced water consumption
by installing low-flow toi-
lets, urinals, sink aerators'
and low-flow shower heads.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 6, 2010 5

Jorgensen to take command of VP-5


From VP-5 Public Affairs


Projects that are not so
"visible" includes the instal-
lation of high-efficiency
electric motors, the instal-
lation of boilers which will
allow for the removal of
buildings from the over-
head steam distribution
system,s and the installa-
tion ofing new technology
air conditioning equipment
and controls. Still to come
are the solar-thermal water
heating systems that will
reduce the amount of ener-
gy required to heat water.
You may have already
noticed the installation of
the panels on Building 928
(Aviation Survival Training
Center) which will be used
to pre-heat the pool water.
The In closing, the NAS
Jacksonville Energy Teams
thanks each and every one
of you for your efforts in
reducing our utility con-
sumption. Take a moment
to thank your building
energy monitor (BEM) for
his or her vigilance in mak-
ing energy reduction one
of their top priorities. And
remember energy con-
servation is an all hands
effort. If you see something
that would further improve
ourthis energy conserva-
tion effortsreduction, by all
means let them your BEM
know and they will engage
the energy team for review.


mdr. Jason Jorgensen will relieve
Cmdr. Wes Naylor as the com-
manding officer of VP-5 during a
change of command cere-
mony tomorrow in Hangar
511 at NAS Jacksonville.
Retired Navy Capt. Keith
Weaver II will be the
guest speaker.
Jorgensen was born
in Denver, Colo. and was
raised in Nebraska. In
May 1991, Jorgensen grad-
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Academy and was des-
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earning his wings of gold
in 1993. His tours include
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for Commander, Standing
Naval Force Atlantic,
U.S. Army Command and
General Staff College,
department head in
VP-45, VP-30 as the Fleet
Replacement Squadron's
training officer, and the
U.S. Strategic Command
in Omaha, Neb. Jorgensen
holds a Bachelor of Science
degree in Mathematics
from the U.S. Naval
Academy and a Master of Cmd. We
Cmdr. We
Military Arts and Sciences
degree from the U.S. Army Command and
General Staff College.
During Naylor's tenure at VP-5, the
squadron was awarded the Maritime
Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing Eleven's
Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Rodeo


Championship Belt, the 2009 Captain
Arnold Jay Isbell Award for ASW excel-
lence and the CFFC Retention Excellence
award for 2009. Additionally, VP-5 was
a major contributor to the humanitarian
assistance in Haiti, as well
as an integral asset to the
search and rescue opera-
tions in response to the Air
France flight that crashed
a- in June 2009.
Naylor will report for his
next tour of duty at Naval
Air Systems Command in
Patuxent River, Md.
Cmdr. John Fox joins
the Mad Foxes as the new
executive officer from U.S.
Joint Forces Command/
Allied Commander
Jorgensen Transformation (JFCOM/
ACT) in Norfolk, Va.,
where he served as the
executive assistant to the
JFCOM/ACT political
advisor. Fox is a native of
Chicago, Ill. and a gradu-
ate of Western Illinois
University, where he began
his military career by
enlisting in the Navy in
1989.
Fox was first assigned
to VP-40 prior to receiv-
ing his commission from
Aviation Officer Candidate
School in 1993. He was
designated a naval flight
officer in 1995 and reported to VP-11 and
then VP-10.
His tours included CPRW-5, a shoot-
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Roosevelt (CVN-71), department head at
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A plane captain assigned to VP-10 works with the aircrew to conduct engine starts prior to take-off.


A VP-10 aircrew conducts a planeside brief prior to a routine training flight.




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By Lt. j.g. Sean Kearney
VP-10 PAO

I P-10, which completed its home-
port change from NAS Brunswick,
Maine to NAS Jacksonville in
December 2009, is working hard to bring
its winning attitude to its new but long-
established wing CPRW-11.
"It's great to be in Jacksonville. As a
squadron of distinction, we will continue
our tradition of hard work, dedication and
excellence in order to be the best in Wing
11. I couldn't be more proud of the way our
Sailors operate day after day," said VP-10
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Rob Patrick,
who took the squadron's helm April 1.
The "Red Lancers," with more than 60
officers and 250 enlisted personnel, is one
of five Brunswick squadrons to make the
move to Jacksonville. In just four months,
squadron members have become fully inte-
grated members of the base.
Since 1951, the Red Lancers have won
numerous awards and accolades, including
nine CNO Aviation Safety Awards. Most
recently, the squadron brought home the
Naval Air Forces Atlantic VP Battle "E"
Award and the 2009 AVCM Donald M.
Neal Aircraft Maintenance Award, known
as the "Golden Wrench."
On March 29, VP-10 surpassed 37 years
and 223,800 hours of Class A mishap-free
flight hours. In his congratulatory mes-
sage, Rear Adm. Bill Moran, commander,
Patrol and Reconnaissance Group, said,
"Your professional commitment to excel-
lence during a highly successful deploy-
ment to six detachment sites in the 5th,
6th, and 7th Fleet areas of responsibility
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was the cornerstone of this impressive avi-
ation milestone. Upon return from deploy-
ment and a demanding homeport change,
you safely and effectively executed multiple
missions in support of Operation Unified
Response over Haiti, further displaying
the excellence that earned VP-10 the Battle
Efficiency and Golden Wrench awards."
As the recently designated hosting squad-
ron for the NAS Jacksonville VP commu-
nity, spring has been a busy time for the
Red Lancers. In mid-March, the squad-
ron hosted the Canadian Forces 405th
Long Range Patrol Squadron based out of
CFB Greenwood, Canada. VP-10 and the
405th were involved in SEASWITI, the
Southeastern ASW Integrated Training
Initiative. The exercise was designed to
improve ASW proficiency and readiness,
test and evaluate emerging technologies,
and conduct both unit-level and task-group-
level training in multiple warfare areas.
The exercise included multiple surface
ships from Destroyer Squadron 24, a U.S.
attack submarine, U.S. and Canadian P-3s,
as well as multiple shore- and sea-based
helicopters. The exercise fostered valuable
training, as well as international coopera-
tion.
In April, the Red Lancers hosted dis-
tinguished visitors, as well as visit-
ing P-3 squadron aircrews from around
the globe for the 3-day Maritime Patrol
and Reconnaissance Force Reunion and
Symposium sponsored by CPRW-11 and
VP-30 at NAS Jacksonville.
The annual event featured technol-
ogy displays and roundtable discussions
regarding the VP community's future.
Included were detailer briefs, "State


VP-10 power plant maintainers service a propeller on one of the squadron's aircraft while
deployed overseas.


VP-10 maintainers raise a P-3C Orion propeller assembly for installation during deployment at
the expeditionary operating base they set up in the Seychelles, an island chain in the Indian
Ocean.


of Naval Aviation" briefs and informa-
tion regarding the P-3/P-8 transition.
VP-10 is currently engaged in the inter-
deployment readiness cycle, working to
build and qualify 12 new combat aircrews


for its next deployment. The Red Lancers
and their families are enjoying the pleas-
ant weather, sandy beaches and other
attractions of their new Northeast Florida
home.





JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 6, 2010 7


A Canadian Forces P-3 sits on the VP-10 line outside Hangar 1000 at NAS Jacksonville as a U.S. Navy P-3C Orion conducts field operations.
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Lt. j.g. Meagan Fawcett of VP-10 reviews flight procedures on a P-3C Orion training flight at
NAS Jacksonville.


AWF1 Steve Weiland of VP-10 monitors flight station instruments in the cockpit of the P-3
Orion.


AWF1 Steve Weiland conducts fueling operations on one VP-10's P-3 Orion aircraft.


AWF1 Stephanie Biernacki checks the oil levels on one of the squadron's aircraft after a rou-
tine training flight.


AWO2 Katelyn Anderson conducts preflight checks on one of VP-10's aircraft on the NAS Jax
flight line.


VP-10 pilots Lt. Brian Conlan (right) and Lt. j.g. Grant Smith discuss their flight plan prior to
take-off on a training flight at NAS Jacksonville.


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AOAN Shawn Kelly of VP-10 runs
toward the P-3C Orion of Combat
Aircrew 8 during training in the
de-arming of a Captive Air Training
Armament 65 Maverick missile during
the squadron's recent deployment
in Southwest Asia.





8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 6, 2010


Photo by PS3 Hazel Alsol
Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Jax Commanding Office Capt. Robert McKenna and HM3 Theodore Duque partici-
pate in a special Holocaust event presented by the NOSC Multi-Cultural Awareness Committee April 29.

NOSC Jacksonville recognizes Holocaust


By Lt. Cmdr Alphonso Doss
NOSC Jacksonville's Administrative/Supply Officer
Navy Operational Support
Center (NOSC) Jackson-
ville's Multi-Cultural
Awareness Committee held its annu-
al Holocaust Remembrance ceremo-
ny April 29.
Stories and biographies of brave men
and women who were victims of the
Holocaust were read and presented by
various NOSC Jax staff members.
HM3 Theodore Duque played acous-


tic guitar during the ceremony.
Additionally, NOSC Jacksonville
conducted two awards ceremonies.
During the first ceremony, NOSC
Jax commanding officer Capt. Robert
McKenna presented YNl(SW)
Anthony Watson with the Navy and
Marine Corps Achievement medal
(gold star in lieu of fifth award) for
his duties as the leading petty offi-
cer of the NOSC Jax Administrative
Department and assistant security
manager from November 2008 to


April 2010.
In a subsequent ceremony, HM1
Reginald Davis was awarded Sailor of
the Quarter; HM2 Jesse Dudding was
awarded Junior Sailor of the Quarter;
HN Sabrina Wilson was awarded
Bluejacket of the Quarter, and HN
Aaron McGowan was awarded a let-
ter of appreciation signed by NAS
Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack
Scorby Jr. for McGowan's performance
while working for NAS Jax Auxiliary
Force on Oct. 26, 2009.


NMCRS Golf Benefit May 27
From VP-30 Public Affairs Office
The 2010 Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society
Golf Benefit is hosted by VP-30 and the Bent
Creek Golf Course. Registration begins at 0745
with a shotgun start at 0830.
The awards dinner will be hosted at the Bent Creek
Clubhouse. Cost per player is $55 and includes range balls,
cart and greens fees, as well as drinks and lunch.
Contact Lt. Greg Jenkins at greg.jenkins@navy.mil, Lt.
Adam Pace at adam.pace@navy.mil, or Lt. Rodney Erler
at rodney.erler@navy.mil for registration or more informa-
tion.
For directions, Google: Bent Creek Golf Course, 10440
Tournament Lane, Jacksonville, FL 32222.

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A one-month pilot pro-
gram is now underway
to determine the feasibil-
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Bicycle traffic is now authorized to use the commer-
cial gate. At the end of May, if safety is not an issue and
commercial/vehicle traffic is not negatively impacted the
change will become permanent. All bicycle riders should
ensure they are familiar with the road conditions. There
is little-to-no shoulder on the west side of the road, which
could be hazardous.


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From staff


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March 18 the results of
the recent FHP Click It or
Ticket campaign.
From March 1 through
15, the Patrol participated
in the statewide Click It or
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drivers who did not fasten
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Boy Scout completes



project for nature center

By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO


B oy Scout Kyle Home
from Troop 101,
Riverbend District,
North Florida Council,
made one little box tur-
tle named "Star" very
happy last Friday when
he and his father, Mark
Home delivered her new
home to the Black Point
Interpretive Center. Home
built the wooden turtle
habitat and an aquari-
um stand as part of his
required project to become
an Eagle Scout.
Home, 17, chose the proj-
ect from a list of ideas from
various non-profit agencies.
"This just sounded like a
fun project but it turned
out to be surprisingly dif-
ficult. I had to make the
blueprints from scratch and
I learned a lot about wood-
working," said Home. "My
father is really into wood-
working so he has all the
tools, but I had to learn how
to use them. Some of the
other scouts helped me with
the framework and then
I spent about 30 hours to
complete the turtle habitat
and aquarium stand."
The idea to help out the
nature center, came from
Home's scoutmaster, Roger
O'Connor, an electrician
with IAP Hill. "I was here
installing some fans about
a year ago and was talking
with Christine Bauer about
the center. I told her I was
a scoutmaster and asked
if she had any projects our
scouts could do because we
had a couple boys working
on their Eagle Scout proj-
ects," explained O'Connor.
"The projects have to be for
a non-profit organization
and help the community. So


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Environmental Natural Resource Manager Christine
Bauer and Boy Scout Kyle Home of Troop 107 show "Star"
the box turtle her new home that Home built at part of his
Eagle Scout project at the Black Point Intrepretive Center
April 28.


Boy Scout Kyle Home puts
"Star" the box turtle in her
new home.

we took some ideas back to
the troop and Kyle decided
he wanted to do this proj-
ect."
"It's been a big challenge
for him because he has
never done anything like
this," continued O'Connor.
"Kyle has worked really
hard to get this project
done. He had to manage the
project from start to finish
including the conception
of the idea, going through
the approval process, man-
age the project and get the
donations needed to com-
plete it. Then he had to
build it."


After delivering the new
habitat to the center, Home
happily placed Star in her
new digs.
"What we had before was
just an old wooden box on
the floor and every time
the little kids came in to
the center, they would race
over and pick her up. What
Kyle built is great because
it's custom made, is high-
er and has storage space
underneath," said Christine
Bauer, NAS Jax Natural
Resources manager. "We
want the children to see
the turtle but more on her
terms, than on their terms.
Plus, he created a lower
area so she can burrow a
little deeper. We really
appreciate all his hard work
on this project."
According to Bauer, help-
ing hands are always wel-
come at the nature center.
"We always have something
that needs to be done here.
The butterfly garden would
be a great project for a
scout troop. We need some
new signs to identify plants,
the fence needs to be redone
and the garden needs some
upkeep."
For more information or
to volunteer for a project,
call 542-5278.


Photo by MC3 Nicholas Hall


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Frocking


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AVCM Randy Osborn of
VR-58 is pinned by his wife,
Lisa during his frocking
ceremony April 15. Also
assisting with the pinning was
CMDCM Robert Donnellon
of Navy Operational Support
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ramy upor Lnrr Separation Workshop -May Management Workshop -July 7, Oct.


he NAS Jacksonville Fleet
and Family Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills Education
and Support Program is the fore-
most preventive measure for avoid-
ance of personal and family prob-
lems.
All FFSC workshops and class-
es are free to service members and
their families. Pre-registration is
required.
If special accommodations or
handicapped access is required,
please notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.
Anger Management Workshop -


at multiple installations
through specialized chat
rooms.
The course also includes
practical application exer-
cises utilizing student work
groups to apply the knowl-
edge gained during lec-
tures.
For operations center
exercises, students are
broken into common EOC
functional groupings (opera-
tions, logistics and plans)
and given a scenario for an
on-base emergency where
they are forced to realisti-
cally plan, lead, brief and
coordinate.
Each day, classroom
instruction is followed by an
EOC exercise that gets pro-
gressively more complex.
Since its inception, CNIC
has been involved with
innovative anti-terrorism
and emergency prepared-
ness training, an initiative
driven in response to the
lessons learned from previ-
ous natural and man-made
disasters.
The idea for the mobile
course was conceived after
installation command-


10-13 (7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.)
Military Spouse 101 Workshop -
May 15 (10 a.m.-noon), July 21 (1-3
p.m.)
Retirement Workshop -May
24-27 Khaki Only (7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.)
Stress Management Workshop -
June 1 (9 a.m.-Noon)
Basic Ombudsman Training -
Aug. 9-11 (8 a.m.-4 p.m.)
PCS Smooth Move Workshop -
May 11, July 13 (1:30-4 p.m.)
Federal Employment Workshop -
May 28, June 25 (9:30-11:30 a.m.)
Strategies for Best Deals in Car
Buying -July 6, Sept. 7 (9-10:30
a.m.)


6, (12:30-3:30 p.m.)
Job Search & Interview
Techniques Workshop May 25,
July 8, Sept. 8, Nov. 9 (10-11:30 a.m.)
Resumes & Cover Letters
Workshop May 25, July 8, Sept. 8,
Nov. 9 (12:30-2 p.m.)
PCS Sponsor Training -June 1,
Aug. 3, Oct. 5, Dec. 7 (1:30-3 p.m.)
What About the Kids -May 12,
June 9, July 14, Aug. 4, Sept. 8 (9-11
a.m.)
Million Dollar Sailor Workshop -
June 2-3, Sept. 21-22, Dec. 7-8 (7:30
a.m.-4 p.m.)
For more information or to regis-
ter, call 542-2766.


Photos by Clark Pierce
CNIC Shore Operations Training Group taught the Emergency Operations Center Incident
Management Team (EOC IMT) course April 27-30 at NAS Jax. Participants included: (Front
row, left) Tim McKenzie, CNIC assist. SOTG training chief; Willie Green, NS Mayport instal-
lation training officer; Delores Marshall, NAS Jax business manager; Bonnie Bishop, NAS Jax
financial manager; Jim Butters, NAS Jax installation training officer; ABHC Omar Lee NAS
Jax; Ted Halpin, CNIC SFTC instructor; and Lt. Alicia Salerno, NS Mayport administrative offi-
cer. (Back row, left) Frank Sigona, NAS JAx oil spill manager; Cdmr. Bill Seimer, NAS Jax pub-
lic works officer; Duane Martorano, Jax Navy Metro assist. fire chief; Cmdr. Rob Surgeoner,
NAS Jax operations officer, Glenn Williams, NAS Jax director of security; PXO Capt. Dave
Culler, NS Norfolk; Ray Edmond, NAS Jax emergency management officer; Lt. Jimmy Nolen,
NS Mayport GEMO officer; Darryl Melton, CNIC N73 SOTG instructor; and Pamela Ottesen,
NS Mayport Fleet & Family Support Center. Not pictured: Ron Williamson, NAS Jax safety
officer.
ing officers and regional
staffs submitted requests Jacksonville Navy Metro
Assistant Fire Chief James
for a mobile delivery of the Assistant Fire Chief James
feGray (left) explains response
popular CNIC Shore Force protocols available in the
Training Center (SFTC) incident commander's
San Diego course. vehicle.


Various dealers and vendors will present safety related
products as well as display various motorcycles, ATVs,
Off-Road specialties, personal watercraft and boats for visi-
tors to check out. Many of the vendors have provided Gift
Certificates as prizes for drawings. No purchase is neces-
sary to enter and you do not have to be present to win. The
NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreational Department
will have food and drinks available for purchase for those
who work up an appetite. Sailors need to have all four cor-
ners to meet GMT requirements and six additional signa-
tures to be eligible for door prizes.
The sponsors are; A&M Motorcycle Safety, Patriot
Motorcycle Training, Adamec Harley-Davidson, Cycle
Gear, Chad Turner Motorcycle Racing, Honda of Jax,
North Jax Motorsports, Orange Park Power Sports,
Purcell's Motorcycle & Marine, Jax Biker Gear, St. Johns
Powersports, Home Depot of Orange Park, Hedgehog
Motorsports, USAA, Open Road Bicycles, Red Cross,
This event will have something to offer for almost every-
one who attends, so come on out, bring your families and
enjoy a day of fun with a strong emphasis on safety.
For more information, call 542-2584/3082.
Neither the U.S. Navy, nor any other part of the federal
government officially endorses any company, sponsor or
its products or services.




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Spacious 3 & 4 bedroom townhomes
with garages
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Parks, playgrounds, youth activities
center and NEX on site
0 Leasing office on site
0 Resident referral program
Life works events
0 Health and fitness club
0 Planned activities
0 Yard of the Month


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

For more information call 888-318-8077 or visit
nasjacksonvillehomes.com


Balfour Beatty Communities Foundation


Extends deadline


for scholarship applications
By Balfour Beatty Communities


Balfour Beatty Communities Foundation has extended
the deadline for its academic scholarship applications to
May 15, 2010.


"With recent spring breaks and income taxes returns
due, we thought we'd give families a break and extend
the deadline for scholarship applications," said a smiling
Diana Heintz Community Manager for Balfour Beatty
Communities.


Family housing residents with high school and
undergraduate students are encouraged to applyforthese
scholarships for the 2010-2011 academic year; valued
up to $2,500. The application, details and requirements
can be found at www.bbcommunitiesfoundation.org.


In 2009, Balfour Beatty


Communities formed Balfour


Beatty Communities Foundation, a non-profit
organization committed to honoring military personnel
- active, disabled and fallen and their families. One
of the primary goals of the Foundation is to promote the
pursuit of education and a commitment to community
leadership through educational scholarships to the
children of active duty military members that reside in
family housing.


"We encourage our high school and undergraduate
residents to apply," said Diana Heintz. "With the cost of
tuition and books, any little bit helps."


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PAKISTAN: Training complete, refurbished

P-3C Orion transferred to Pakistan Navy
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50 years the U.S. and Pakistan have a
long history of friendship," said. "Thank
you, Ambassador Haqqani, for your
fine service representing Pakistan to
the United States and for embodying in
thoughts, words and deeds the strong
friendship to which our two countries
aspire.
Masiello continued, "Let us remember
that this friendship is not an unbalanced
one. Pakistan is a major non-NATO ally
that has strongly supported the United
States after the attack by Al Qaeda on
Sept. 11, 2001. Now, nearly nine years
later, Pakistan commands the multina-
tional coalition of Joint Task Force 150 in
its maritime security operations to inter-
dict extremists and support Operation
Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring
Freedom. Pakistan also supports a major
transport route through its territory, pro-
viding most of the supplies for the war in
Afghanistan. And let us never forget that
Pakistan is in the midst of its own war on
extremism, where militants have shed the
blood of Pakistani citizens on their own
soil."
He concluded, "We are pleased to com-
memorate the transfer of these upgraded
P-3C Orion aircraft, which will provide
Pakistan with enhanced maritime patrol
capabilities. These aircraft are visible sym-
bols of the robust and growing partnership
between Pakistan and the United States.
We look forward to continuing to work
closely with the Pakistan Navy."
Capt. Abdul Basit, who heads the
Pakistan Navy P-3 mission at Lockheed
Martin in Greenville, S.C., said, "This spe-
cial occasion marks the first transfer of
P-3C Upgrade Program (PUP) aircraft to
the Pakistan Navy. The program began in
2005 with the requisition and reactivation
of eight surplus P-3s from the Aerospace
Maintenance and Regeneration Center in
Arizona."
Basit explained that while the aircraft
were being modernized in Greenville,
NAVAIR PMA-290 contracted with
Jacksonville-based Logistic Services
International (LSI) Inc. to develop train-
ing courseware and conduct fleet-replace-
ment-squadron-type training. In 2006, LSI
instructors spent seven months at Pakistan
Navy Station Mehran in Karachi, Pakistan
training pilots, flight engineers and main-
tainers.
Following PUP modifications by
Lockheed Martin, the first pair of PN air-
craft was repositioned to NAS Jacksonville
in October 2009 where PN 28 Squadron
leadership and LSI "trained the trainers"
for proficiency in mission system opera-
tions. At the same time, contractor L-3
Communications provided instruction to


His Excellency Husain Haqqani, ambassador
of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the
U.S., is piped aboard NAS Jacksonville April
30 at the P-3C Orion Transfer Ceremony
between the U.S. and Pakistan navies.









Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Brig.
Gen. Thomas Masiello gives his remarks dur-
ing the ceremony.
PN maintainers for squadron-level mainte-
nance and repair procedures.
He added, "Operator training for state-of-
the-art mission systems just concluded yes-
terday here at NAS Jacksonville. Thanks
to our partnership with the United States,
we now have a core of three highly pro-
ficient aircrews that will train the next
group of PUP aviators and maintainers for
the Pakistan Navy.
"In addition to support from DoD Foreign
Military Sales, NAVAIR PMA-290,
LSI and others, I must thank the Navy
International Programs Office for its coop-
eration with security and development pro-
grams," concluded Basit.
U.S. Navy Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.) Abuhena
Saifulislam emphasized the common
human heritage of those gathered for the
ceremony when he read from the Quran,
"We honored the children of Adam; pro-
vided them with transport on land and sea;
given them for sustenance things good and
pure; and conferred on them special favors,
above a great part of our creation."
"We are honored to be selected as the
site for important international event,"
remarked NAS Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. "The cere-
mony tangibly reinforced Chief of Naval
Operations Adm. Gary Roughead's Global
Maritime Strategy, as well as his state-
ment during the Pakistan chief of staff's
recent visit to Washington that reinforced
how the U.S. and Pakistan have a strate-
gic relationship one that is based upon
a common interest in peace, security and
prosperity."


Photos by Clark Pierce
Navy Band Southeast provided pomp and circumstance to the P-3C Orion Transfer Ceremony
April 30 at NAS Jacksonville Hangar 511.

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Ambassador Haqqani greets the aircrew
of Pakistan Navy 28 Squadron during the
U.S. Navy and Pakistan Navy P-3C Orion
Transfer Ceremony at NAS Jacksonville
April 30. The aircrew has been training at
NAS Jax with Jacksonville-based Logistics
Services International Inc. as part of the P-3C
Upgrade Program that began in 2004.


Maria Ruess and James Jamerson of
Lockheed Martin present Ambassador
Haqqani with a P-3C Orion model after the
ceremony.

























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Boy Scouts enjoy mystery



weekend at NAS Jax


By Lt. Cmdr. (retired)
"Sandy" Ingle
Special Contributor


Although the activ-
ity was planned
for more than two
years, the high-level secre-
cy surrounding the mis-
sion meant that only two
adult leaders knew all
the details of the mystery
weekend.
Members of Boy Scout
Troop 128 embark on an
annual weekend camp-out
where the destination and
activities are designed to be
a surprise.
On April 23, the Scouts
left their sponsor's parking
lot (Kirkwood Presbyterian
Church) for parts unknown,
and wound up at a for-
mer drive-in theater
owned by Christ Church -
Jacksonville.
They set up camp and set-
tled in to watch a movie on
the big screen. That night's
feature just happened to be
The Guardian, which tells
the story of a legendary
Coast Guard senior chief
rescue swimmer (Kevin
Costner) and his young
pupil (Ashton Kutcher). The
movie was exciting, but the
boys still had no clue why
they had been instructed to
bring their swimsuits when
the drive-in obviously didn't
have a pool or lake?
The next morning, their
adult leaders appeared at
flag ceremony in Navy uni-
forms. Their senior patrol
leader sported a mask, fins,
snorkel and bright orange
Mae West over his Scout
uniform. He told them that
the troop had been enrolled
in the U.S. Navy Rescue
Swimmer School at NAS
Jacksonville. The boys were


AW1 Juan Toole of HSM-70 explains what the squadron does
to a group of Boy Scouts from Troop 128 during their visit to
NAS lacksonville.


Photos by Lt. Cmdr. "Sandy" Ingle
The scouts participate in the inflatable raft race at the base pool.


treated to tasty MREs for
breakfast before they piled
into the troop van and pro-
ceeded to NAS Jax for a day
of fun.
The first stop was at
Building 614 for PT, host-
ed by AW2 Mike Reilly
and the staff of the Rescue
Swimmer School. After
working up a good sweat,
they toured the indoor pool
and learned the 11 steps a
rescue swimmer performs
in rescuing a downed pilot.
They had races in inflatable
rafts and simulated a water
entry from a helicopter
by jumping from a 10-foot
tower.
After a quick change,
the group was off to the
HSM-70 Spartans han-
gar where they were wel-
comed by AW1 Juan Toole
and squadron personnel.
At the squadron, the scouts
learned all about helicop-


ters, ordnance, piloting
and rescue swimmer gear.
They sat in the co-pilot's
seat, climbed on board a
tow tractor, tried on a flight
helmet, sampled air from a
pilot's emergency air tank,
were carried on a stretcher,
and sat in a rescue basket.
Next stop was the Navy
Exchange food court for
lunch. The afternoon
brought open-water train-
ing at Mulberry Cove
Marina. Scouts received
instruction in kayaking and
were towed on tubes behind
ski boats by adult volun-
teers.
Then they returned to the
indoor pool for lifesaving
competition, including an
underwater distance swim,
a wet-T-shirt relay, diving
brick recovery and a free
swim.
Following another quick
change, the boys returned


to camp to cook din-
ner on gas stoves, learn
about radio-direction-find-
ing (RDF) and practice
grid-search techniques.
Surprisingly, there were no
complaints when lights-out
was ordered by Senior
Patrol Leader Kurtis Spaid.
On Sunday morning, the
Scouts converged on Tillie
K. Fowler Regional Park to
conduct a search drill for a
"lost" camper.
It took the boys less than
15 minutes using RDF and
grid-search techniques to
find missing "11-year-old
Little Timmy" (played by a
Scout from another troop).
Timmy's "broken ankle"
was splinted, and he was
transported out of the
woods with a makeshift
stretcher.
The mystery campout
concluded with a feast and
fair.


A group of Boy Scouts from Troop 128 participate in a
morning PT session during their visit to the NAS Jax Rescue
Swimmer Swimmer School April 23.


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14 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 6, 2010


The 'Secrets of Happiness'



in five easy parts
By Chaplain (Lt.) Justin Top
Naval Hospital Jacksonville .___ .. .


I believe that the main
purpose of life is to
find lasting happiness
and joy. I don't think that
I have just revealed one of
life's mysteries with that
statement. Most people
seem to understand and
agree with it.
The mystery that many
people are confused about is
how to be truly happy. For
something so important to
our existence, it is amazing
how easy it is to misunder-
stand the nature of joy and
how to make it a part of our
lifestyle.
It is my goal this over the
next five weeks to help you
examine your own life in
an attempt to improve your
level of happiness and life
satisfaction. Each week, I'll
discuss a different principle
that I believe to be impor-
tant in increasing joy.
So, are you happy? Before
you answer, we need to
make sure you understand
the question. One of the
reasons people have a hard
time finding happiness
is because they have the
wrong idea about what it is.
So let me try to help.
What Happiness Isn't
Happiness-at least the
kind I am referring to-
is not an emotion. It's not
just "feeling good." I sup-
pose you feel like you are
"happy" when you are hav-
ing fun, when you find
out the girl/guy you like
feels the same about you,
when you open presents on
Christmas, or when you
win the lottery.
You probably feel good
when you are high or drunk
or when you are doing


with which you view the
world. It is about how you
see life, with all its ups and
downs. Because true happi-
ness is not an emotion, it is
not controlled by events, cir-
cumstances, and even hor-
mones the way our emotions
are. It is possible to be in a
state of sorrow and mourn-
ing (because of the death
of a loved one, for example)
but still be happy.
A person who has ele-
vated their attitude to one
of joy will lift the level of
all their emotions. The
emotional lows will not be
quite so bad because they
are seen through the glass-
es of this positive perspec-
tive. The emotional highs,
though they may not be
as wild or out of control,
are much more enjoy-
able, peaceful, and last-
ing. Happiness is a state of
being that influences how
you think, how you act,
and how you feel on a daily
basis. It is a contentment,
satisfaction, and determina-
tion that can exist within
you, uninfluenced by your
daily changing emotions.
This week, reflect on your
own life. Are you happy?
When, if ever, have you felt
happy and content with
your life? What caused it?
How can you get more of it?
Next week I'll share what
I think are the most impor-
tant 'secrets to happiness.'

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100mph on your sport bike.
But that doesn't make you a
happy person.
Many people try to find
happiness by filling their
life with as many of these
exciting, fun, and enjoy-
able feelings as possible.
They are constantly seek-
ing a rush to distract them
from pain or boredom.
They begin to live their
lives for the next weekend,
or the next vacation, or
the next rush, while they
become increasingly miser-
able when they don't have a
diversion.
While diversions can be
good at times, they won't
necessarily make you
happy. Though they may
make you feel better for
the moment, they can even
sometimes make things


much worse later on.
Happiness is not con-
trolled by your environ-
ment. "If only I had ..." or
"When ______ happens,
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by their environment may
drive themselves crazy by
trying to control everything
around them, and will often
blame their unhappiness on
the things they can't con-
trol.
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The kind of happiness I
am encouraging you to seek
is not about how you feel
right now, but about the
attitude and perspective


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Summer is PCS time!


Summer is 'move season' for mili-
tary PCS (Permanent Change of
Station). Orders can mean a new
home, a new installation and for some, a
new country. Moving can be an adventure
or an albatross. I am facing my ninth
move in seven years. Trust me when I say
you want to do your research!
So, where do we start? Start with your
orders. Those orders tell you when you are
moving, if there are any stops (classes) on
your way and a paragraph that is often
overlooked, "Member Advised: For on base
and community housing needs contact
housing office at .. ."
Your orders then provide the contact
information for your new housing office.
Take the time to contact them!
Last week, I sat down with Jesse
Stackhouse of the NAS Lemoore Housing
Office for an education on the support and
resource your local housing office is for
your move. You may be like me and think
that the housing office is only for those
wanting base housing. In reality they are
for the entire fleet. Think of your housing


SPOUSE'S PERSPECTIVE


office as your expert real estate representa-
tive for the area. Whether a single Sailor,
young family or seasoned Sailor your hous-
ing office can offer insight into:
Military friendly apartment complexes,
rental fees, services, amenities
Distance, commuting expectations (time,
public transport, etc)
Average rent for locations surrounding
the base, including amenities and services
such as lawn service and utilities.
Mean housing prices and community
information
Utilities, Services, Schools, and other
reliable community information
And much more ....
Perhaps the most important thing I
learned was a service we all need to utilize
as renters lease review.
Your housing office will review your
lease, looking for things we may not rec-
ognize as potential issues, evaluate the
lease, terms, services, responsibilities of
both parties and more.


While you may already know that Navy
Legal Services Office will review your
lease for legalities, the housing office will
review with an eye for real estate/rental
issues. They truly are the expert on local
housing.
By the way, they are also available dur-
ing your time at your base to assist with
landlord/tenant/lease issues.
"Moving" is at least a two-part series and
we'll talk more next week on the mechan-
ics of moving. But I want to talk about
research it is important to know your new
community.
There are many resources to help. You
will want to know what regulations may
affect you (licensing, home business regula-
tions, pet regulations, etc.) as well as crime
rates, schools, employment and more.
Where do you turn when you are moving
long distance? Glad you asked!
The following resources are at your fin-
gertips: www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil I
visit this site regularly but for moving it is


amazing.
Click on 'militaryHomefront Toolbox'
from the menu on the left. Then click on
'Plan My Move.' Enter your new installa-
tion and wow the information at your
fingertips! Utilizing the full 'Plan My
Move' feature will arm you for a smooth,
successful move.
Other sites include:
Automated Housing Referral Network
(www.ahrn.com) DoD sponsored site to
connect military with available housing in
the community.
www.housing.navy.mil n
www.move.mil (more on this next week)
DoD site to coordinate your entire move.
Military One Source (www.militaryo-
nesource.com) Contact this free employee
assistance program for their 'Move Packet'.
They will customize and research at your
direction for schools, medical centers,
crime rates, rent/real estate, employment
and much, much more.
This is step one, next week we'll talk
about planning and executing your move.
Contact Beth at beth@homefrontinfocus.
com. Check out Enlisted Spouse Radio at
www.blogtalkradio.com/nht.


The never-ending




war against IEDs


By lan Graham
Special to American Forces Press Service


mprovised explosive devices (IEDs)
are one of the most deadly threats
to service members deployed to Iraq
and Afghanistan. Though they're often
as unsophisticated as a homemade pipe
bomb, they have forced the U.S. military
to dedicate entire units to finding and
destroying them.
Army Lt. Gen. Michael Oates, director
of the Joint IED Defeat Organization, dis-
cussed the effort to provide comprehen-
sive counter-IED support to warfighters,
as well as the organization's direct sup-
port of the surge in Afghanistan, during
a "DODLive" bloggers roundtable March
12. "Although the organization is only four


years old, a lot of great things have been
done," he said. "But we have a ways to go
yet in ensuring that we can provide the
equipment and training that's necessary
for our soldiers as the enemy adapts its
techniques and procedures."
Oates said he has seen a number of dif-
ferences between Iraq and Afghanistan
concerning the IED threat. Two to three
years ago in Iraq, the issue was military-
grade weaponry being sold and used in
IEDs, with fairly sophisticated detona-
tion equipment that Oates said he believes
came from Iranian sources. Since then, the
threat has dwindled.
In Afghanistan, the volume of IEDs has
about doubled, he said, and the casualty
numbers reflect that growth. The quality
of explosives is much lower they're largely


Photo by MC2 ]hi Scott
In this 2009 photo, Warren Tibbs, a robot operator for Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal
(EOD) Technical Division, Indian Head, Md., shows some of the different robots that are used
by EOD technicians in Afghanistan and Iraq.
homemade explosives, centered on potas- support coming from Pakistan, so we're work-
sium chlorate and ammonium nitrate fer- ing with the Pakistani government to shut
tilizers with "very rudimentary" detonation out these shipping routes to keep the fertiliz-
mechanisms such as trip-wires, pressure ers away from bomb makers," Oates said.
plates or remote control.
"In Afghanistan, we've seen evidence of See IEDs, Page 16


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Keeping our children safe

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Naval Hospital Jax Public Health Director l -


Q What are the most impor-
tant preventive care topics
I discuss with parents?
Children of military parents are
a special breed that often grow up
uniquely different from their peers.
They can tell stories of climbing Mt.
Vesuvius or running across the sands
of Waikiki unlike their friends who
have never lived in such exotic plac-
es. They do however face many of the
same risks that their friends out in
town face.
Immunizations may be the most
important medical intervention that
every child should get on time.
Preventing them from ever trying
to smoke cigarettes may be the most
important long-term measure that a
doctor can help to instill in a child.
But car accidents may end up hurt-
ing our children the most. Every hour,
150 children between ages 0 and 19
are treated in emergency departments
for injuries sustained in motor vehicle
crashes. More children ages 5 to 19
die from crash-related injuries than
from any other type of injury. In the
United States during 2008, 968 chil-
dren ages 14 years and younger died
as occupants in motor vehicle crash-
es, and approximately 168,000 were
injured.
What are the risk factors?
Fifteen percent of occupant deaths
among children ages 0 to 14 years
involved a drinking driver.
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injured children were killed while rid-
ing with a drinking driver.
Children see, then they imitate.
Seatbelt use among young children
often depends upon the driver's seat
belt use. Almost 40 percent of chil-
dren riding with unbelted drivers
were themselves unrestrained.
Child restraint systems are often
used incorrectly. One study found that
72 percent of nearly 3,500 observed
car and booster seats were misused
in a way that could increase a child's
risk of injury during a crash.
Q: How can injuries to children in
motor vehicles be prevented?


Child safety seats do work. They
reduce the risk of death in passenger
cars by 71 percent for infants, and by
54 percent for toddlers.
The National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration recommends
booster seats for children until they
are at least 8 years of age or 4'9" tall.
According to researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia,
for children 4 to 7 years, booster seats
reduce injury risk by 59 percent com-
pared to seat belts alone.
Children ages 12 and younger
should ride in the back seat. Adults
should avoid placing children in front
of airbags. Overall, for children less
than 16 years, riding in the back seat
is associated with a 40 percent reduc-
tion in the risk of serious injury.
Overall data collected by the CDC
has shown many doctors fail to dis-
cuss vehicle safety rules with par-
ents when they come in with their
children. The findings suggest that,
although the prevalence of pediatric
injury prevention counseling remains
low, such counseling was associated
with safer behaviors among children,
including use of bicycle helmets while
biking and use of car seats and seat
belts while riding in motor vehicles.
If you're a parent of a teen who
is learning to drive, sign an agree-
ment with them to limit risky driving
situations, such as having multiple
teen passengers and driving at night.
Children should wear motorcycle or
bike helmets any time they are on a
motorcycle or bicycle.


Mammograms matter! Schedule yours today


By Kim Kinser
Humana Military Healthcare Services
Early detection can
save lives. Among
women, breast cancer
is the second most-common
cancer in the United States.
According to the American
Cancer Society, the chance
of a woman having inva-
sive breast cancer is one in
eight. Breast cancer death
rates are declining and the
American Cancer Society
states this is probably due


to finding cancer early and
better treatment.
To help raise awareness
of the importance of can-
cer screenings, Humana
Military Healthcare Servi-
ces is launching a campaign
to encourage women to get
their preventive breast can-
cer screening tests.
TRICARE covers annual
mammograms for women
over age 39. Although an
order may be needed from
a doctor, no referral is


required for clinical preven-
tive services administered
by a network provider or
Military Treatment Facility
(MTF). Additionally, there
are no co-payments for clini-
cal preventive services as
long as care is obtained from
a network provider or MTF.
Please note that active duty
service members require a
network referral.
Humana Military is noti-
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IEDs: Response a matter of life/death
From Page 15

But whether the explosive is a military-grade bomb
or something made in a garage with household prod-
ucts, both have still proven a very dangerous threat to
troops on the ground.
"The effectiveness is still good in both [Iraqi and
Afghan IEDs]," Oates said. The fertilizer bombs are
still effective because they provide a unique challenge
for detection, he added. Because of the nature of fertil-
izer bombs in Afghanistan, the government there has
banned ammonium nitrate-based products. No such
fertilizer is produced in Afghanistan, so in theory, the
ban will help to weed out bomb-makers from people
who use ammonium nitrate products legitimately.
"But the enemy, as you know, adapts, and we have
to stay ahead of the game," Oates said. "As ammonium
nitrate becomes more difficult to employ against us,
they'll shift to some other forms. We're already antici-
pating and preparing for those contingencies."
The Pakistani government has discussed placing
restrictions on ammonium nitrate and potassium
chlorate, since their country has been the primary
source for the chemicals. But the same chemicals used
in IEDs in Afghanistan are used for mining, farming,
road construction and in products like safety matches.
"This is a very complex challenge, because a flat-out
ban on these chemicals will affect commercial indus-
try," Oates said. "A lot of these homemade explosive
chemicals are used for very benign purposes."
Oates said getting the resources needed to
Afghanistan has been a problem of physics a lack of
enough room on transport vehicles to carry all of the
equipment requested. It hasn't been a critical problem,
he said, but it is a limiter. Congress has allowed the
Joint IED Defeat flexibility for spending, Oates said,
a benefit the services as a whole don't enjoy. As the
warfighters see a new threat, the organization can
respond as rapidly as possible to get troops more suit-
able equipment and training.
"There is a tyranny of time to acquire, produce and
transport those resources, so nothing happens over-
night," Oates said.
"But I can assure you we are in the 'urgent response'
mode, as often as we can push industry and training
to make quick response happen. Our business is very
serious; it's a matter of life and death."





JAX AIR NEWS, NASJACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 6, 2010 17


THIS WEEK IN NAVY HISTORY


From Naval Historical Center

May 6
1909 Great White Fleet anchors in San
Francisco Bay.
1916 First ship-to-shore radio telephone
voice conversation from USS New
Hampshire off Virginia Capes to
SECNAV Josephus Daniels in
Washington, D.C.
1942 Capt. Milton Miles arrives
in Chungking, China to build an
intelligence and guerilla training
organization, Naval Group China.
1945 Naval landing force
evacuates 500 residents from
Jaluit Atoll, Marshall Islands.

May 7
1779 Continental Navy sloop Providence
captures British brig Diligent off Cape Charles.
1934 USS Constitution completes tour of
principal U.S. ports.
1940 FDR orders Pacific Fleet to remain in
Hawaiian waters indefinitely.
1942 Carrier aircraft sink Japanese carrier
Shoho during Battle of Coral Sea.

May 8
1911 Navy ordered its first airplane, Curtiss
A-1, "Birthday of Naval Aviation"
1942 Battle of the Coral Sea ends with
Japanese retiring from area.
1945 VE Day, Germany surrenders
unconditionally to the Allies.
1972 Navy and Marine Corps aircraft mine
Haiphong Harbor in North Vietnam.

May 9
1926 Lt. Cmdr. Richard Byrd and Chief
Machinist Mate Floyd Bennett make first flight over
North Pole; both receive Congressional Medal of


Honor.
1942 USS Wasp in Mediterranean launches 47
British Spitfire aircraft to help defend Malta.

May 10
1775 Force under Ethan Allan and Benedict
Arnold cross Lake Champlain and
capture British fort at Ticonderoga,
New York.
1800 USS Constitution captures
I Letter of Marque Sandwich.
1862 Confederates destroy
Norfolk and Pensacola Navy Yards.
1949 First shipboard launching
of LARK guided missile by USS
Norton Sound.
S 1960 USS Triton (SSRN-
586) cruises 46,000 miles and
completes submerged circumnavigation of world
in 84 days, following many of the routes taken by
Magellan.

May 11
1862 CSS Virginia blown up by Confederates
to prevent capture.
1898- Sailorsand Marinesfrom USS Marblehead
cut trans-oceanic cable near Cienfuegos, Cuba,
isolating Cuba from Spain.
1965 U.S. destroyers deliver first shore
bombardment of Vietnam War.

May 12
1780 Fall of Charleston, S.C. includes three
Continental Navy frigates (Boston, Providence
and Ranger) captured; and one American frigate
(Queen of France) sunk to prevent capture.
1846 U.S. declares war against Mexico.
1975 SS Mayaguez seized by Khmer Rouge
and escorted to Koh Tang Island.
1986 Destroyer USS David R. Ray deters an
Iranian Navy attempt to board a U.S. merchant
ship.


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If you are active duty, your license may be valid after
it expires but this is not automatic and varies from
state to state.
The link below will take you to your state's DMV
where most questions can be answered. License exten-
sions, if offered, are for active duty members only and
do not pertain to spouses or other licensed members of
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Call 542-3493.

80 Days of Summer
May 30 August 29
Free give-a-ways throughout the summer!
Youth bowlers 17 and younger will receive one free game
everyday until 5 p.m.


FITNESS & AQUATICS
Call 542-2930.

America's Kids Run
May 15 at the McCaffrey Softball Complex
Register online at www.americakidsrun.org under NAS
Jax or forms can be filled out at the Base Gym or Youth
Activities Center.
Same day registration will begin at 8 a.m.
For more information call 778-9772/2278.

Outdoor Pool Grand Opening
May 22, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
Open weekends through Sunday, June 13
Summer hours begin June 15
Free for military and DOD civilians. $3 for guests.
Learn to swim program begins June 22.
Sign-up at the outdoor pool, June 12 at 9 a.m.

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

Jax Sharks Indoor Football
May 14, 22, June 26, July 3 and July 30
$22 per person at the Veterans Memorial Arena

Webster Flea Market / National Veterans Cemetery Bus
Trip June 5, $15 per person

Soul Food Festival June 19 Metropolitan Park
$30 general admission
$40 preferred admission
$60 VIP admission

Carrie Underwood Concert Oct. 26
Veterans Memorial Arena
$64 for club seating

LIBERTY COVE RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E6 sin-


gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call 542-3491
for information.

Barracks Bash May 13, 4 8 p.m.
Barracks Courtyard
Free food, beverages, games, entertainment and prizes!

Comedy Zone Trip featuring Henry Cho May 21
Free admission and appetizers!

Free Jacksonville Suns Baseball May 28
Departs Liberty Cove at 6 p.m.


MULBERRY COVE MARINA
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Class #7 Sept. 10, 11, 12, 18, and 19
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2010 Summer Camp -Adventure Summer
Registration going on now for all eligible MWR patrons!

Martial Arts Class Tang Soo Do
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Monday and Thursday, 5:15- 6 p.m.

Sesame Street Experience free show
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Tickets will be available on May 10 at the Youth Center,
CDC, ITT and USO.
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Summer Intramural Golf League
meeting May 12
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors and selective
reservists. The meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m.
at the golf course. Commands having their athletic
officer or designated representative attend the
meeting will receive five captain's cup points. All
interested personnel should attend the meeting to
discuss rules and to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Memorial Day 5K May 14
The race is free and open to all authorized gym
patrons. Runners can sign up at the NAS Jax
Gymnasium or the Fitness Source prior to race
day and may receive a T-shirt for registering early.
The race will be held on Perimeter Road near the
antenna farm at 11:30 a.m.
Greybeard Basketball League
meeting May 19
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors and selective
reservists age 30 & up. The meeting will be held
at 11:30 a.m. at the base gym. Commands having
their athletic officer or designated representative
attend the meeting will receive five captain's cup
points. All interested personnel should attend the
meeting to discuss rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Intramural Basketball League
meeting May 19
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors and selective
reservists. The meeting will be held at noon at the
base gym. Commands having their athletic officer
or designated representative attend the meeting
will receive five captain's cup points. All interested
personnel should attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required paperwork to join the
league.
Captain's Cup Wiffle Ball League
meeting May 26
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors and selective
reservists. The meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m.
at the base gym. Commands having their athletic
officer or designated representative attend the
meeting will receive five captain's cup points. All
interested personnel should attend the meeting to
discuss rules and to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Captain's Cub Kickball League
forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists, command DoD and DoD
contractor personnel. The league will be played
at lunchtime on Mondays and Wednesdays. All
interested personnel should stop by the base
gymnasium to get the rules and the required
paperwork to join the league.
For more information, call Bill Bonser
at 542-2930/3239 or e-mail at bill.bonser@
navy.mil.


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Greybeard Spring Softball
As of April 30
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Photo by Liz Goettee
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supersonic test flight. The aircraft is fueled with a 50/50 blend of biofuel and conven-
tional fuel. The test, conducted April 22 at NAS Patuxent River, Md., drew hundreds
of onlookers, including Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, who has made research,
development and increased use of alternative fuels a priority for the Department of the
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ian employees and retired veterans May
6. The Florida Licensing On Wheels
(FLOWmobile) will participate in the NAS
Jax Recreational Rodeo from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. in the commissary parking lot.
FLOWmobiles are equipped with the
technology and ability to bring valuable
motorist services directly to custom-
ers. They provide a convenient method to
renew a driver license, change a name or
address on a driver license, get an identi-
fication card, and renew vehicle registra-
tions.
The FLOWmobile also offers the
Department's newest safety initiatives
through emergency contact information
registration, identification cards for chil-
dren (ages five and older) and safety edu-


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Patrol.
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ing safety initiatives and safe habits on the
road. May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness
Month, and a representative from the
Department's Florida Rider Training
Program will be at the event to educate
attendees on Florida's requirements for
motorcycle riders and on what riders and
other motorists can do to keep riders safe
on road.
Customers wishing to obtain a driver
license or ID card must bring documents
to show proof of: 1) identification, 2) Social
Security number and 3) residential address
(two items). Customers who have legally
changed their names must bring additional
documentation. To find out exactly what
you need, visit www.GatherGoGet.com.
FLOWmobile staff will assist customers
who do not have the required documents on
hand by explaining what documents they
need and how to obtain them.


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Naval Hospital Jax honors civilian's 50 years of service


From Naval Hospital ]ax Public Affairs
ealth Benefits Advisor (HBA)
Frann Quinn was honored at
Naval Hospital (NH) Jacksonville
April 29 to mark her more than 50 years
of federal service. Quinn spent more
than 32 of those years working at Naval
Branch Health Clinic (NBHC) Albany,
Ga., first as a desk clerk and later as an
HBA.
This was Quinn's first visit to NH Jax,
which has cognizance over NBHC Albany,
and rolled out the red carpet for her at
the weekly quarters formation. NH Jax
Executive Officer Capt. Jennifer Vedral-
Baron presented the Civil Service 50-year
pin along with a letter from the Secretary
of the Navy lauding her half-century of
loyal and devoted service to her nation.
Quinn, who turns 79 in July, shows no
signs of stopping. "I will work until death
do us part," she quipped. "It's been a long
journey but it's been a fun journey."
She first worked at Marine Corps
Logistics Base (MCLB) Albany, Ga. in
1953. She and her Marine husband then
moved to Camp Lejeune in 1958, where she
eventually went to work at Lejeune's Naval
Hospital as a desk clerk. She returned to
Albany 1961 and has been at the branch
clinic ever since. One thing that has kept
her going throughout her career is a good
sense of humor.
"Humor is the best medicine next to
Navy Medicine you can write that,"
Quinn said with a bit of a chuckle. "You
can't do 50 years in civil service without a
sense of humor or by taking your less stel-


Photo by CS3 Christopher Glory
Frann Quinn displays a certificate from
the Secretary of the Navy that accompa-
nied her 50-year civil service pin presented
at the Naval Hospital Jacksonville Quarters
Ceremony April. 23. With her is close friend
and co-worker Audiologist Paul Dover.
lar moments too seriously."
She recalled that shortly after starting
out as a clerk she also sometimes helped
assist doctors with minor surgical pro-
cedures when needed. During one such
procedure she recalled an "I Love Lucy"
moment. She had helped drape a patient
for an exam in the X-ray room. The patient,
who happened to be the chaplain's wife,
had done a barium enema in preparation
for her exam. Quinn recalled how proud


she was to actually be helping out with a
procedure.
"They put this lead apron on me. And I
never felt so professional in all my life," she
said. After the exam, the doctor instructed
me to take the insertion out and let the
patient expel the rest of the barium in the
lady's room. Then things began to go awry.
"I walked over to the table she was lying
on and looked over and see the insertion,"
she said. "I reached over and I pulled and
it doesn't come out. And I pull again and it
still won't come out. So I put my foot up on
the side and I took both hands and I pulled
as hard as I could. When I did I flew across
the room barium all over the ceiling and
she's lying there looking at me. The rest
of the team, hearing the commotion, came
running. They said, 'Frann what did you
do?' I said, 'Well it wouldn't come out!' And
they said, 'Frann come here. Didn't any-
one tell you there is this little knob down
there and you undo it to let the air out of
this ball and it makes it easier to remove
the plug?' "No! You put me in here and
you don't tell me anything but 'stand by.'"
Quinn said laughing. "From then on every
time I'd see the chaplain's wife coming I'd
run and hide."
Being a health benefits advisor isn't a
piece of cake either Quinn said. "Handling
people's cases is often a lot more compli-
cated than simply filling out a form. And
dealing with patients who are under stress
can be challenging.
"What has kept me doing this for 50
years is the satisfaction I receive by being
able to help each and every one that passes


through my door." She is proud that when
someone comes to her upset and frustrat-
ed she can usually help them understand
things a lot better. She said that is a key
element in doing this kind of work, "taking
a bad situation and turning it around and
making it a good situation."
Her co-workers rely on her as a steadying
force in the storm. Cmdr. Chidi Ekenna-
Kalu, who accompanied Quinn to NH Jax
for the pinning ceremony, said, "Frann's co-
workers hold a special place in their hearts
for her. She is old school that person who
knows they have a duty to do and they just
do it."
Junior personnel look to Quinn as a men-
tor. "My advice is always stop and listen to
what your patient is saying to you and in
turn you'll be wiser in being able to help
them with what they need, even if they are
upset," she said.
Over the years Quinn has also seen the
painful side of military medicine, especial-
ly working with wounded service members.
"So many wounded warriors coming back,"
she said. "It absolutely breaks your heart.
You try to hide that to the public a lot.
They don't really see the depth of the effect
on all these people who lose arms or legs.
By the grace of God that could be you or I
or one of our sons," she said.
Quinn is a mother, grandmother and
great grandmother. She has three daugh-
ters, ages 60, 59 and 51. She also has two
grandsons and two great grandchildren.
For the foreseeable future, Quinn will
continue to share her cheer and knowledge
at NBHC Albany.


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Dr. David Litts and
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meet with Sailors
from various NAS
Jacksonville tenant
commands to get
feedback on the pro-
grams, challenges and
opportunities regard-
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355-9700 close to schls/shopping.
$1099mo+dep. 710-9707
WESTSIDE Off 103rd
2BR DUPLEX, FENCED ARLINGTON Townhs. 3/2.5
YARD, NO W/D CONN. 6154 Tuscony Cir. 1400sf,
REF. REQ. $595 778-2897 $825/mo, $825dep 636-0269



Orange Park

Like new 2bd I 112 ba $650.00,2 bd 2 ba $700.00.
wld hkup, near OP Mall & 1-295, sec dep, no pets

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GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Lovely 3/2, 2 car gar,
split BR plan, privacy
fenced bkyrd, W/D, lots
of room to play, land-
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make this your home!
Great for small family
or single person. $975mo
+ $975dep Pets negot.
w/ 1 time non-refund-
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Maxville/M'burg 2/1.5
country home, LR, DR,
comp rm, kit equip,
stone frplc, lac lot, very
quiet $750mo + $500dep
Ref. 904-289-9927
MIDDLEBURG- 2100sf
home 4br/2ba, on 1 acre
fenced lot, ch&a, no pets.
904-282-1617
Middleburg-2 homes avail
3/2 on 1 acre $995mo
Lakefront 4/2 on acree
$1350mo. 904-545-5832
NEAR FCCJ Westside
3BR/2BA CH/CA
Remodeled, fresh
paint, Irg deck, new
windows, 5mi's to NAS
$875M. 828-712-8858


near West Jax Center
Very nice 3/1.5, newly
renov, scrnd patio, fncd
in yrd, ch&a, sec system
$775mo. 904-444-1954
Orange Park Like 2/2 in
Heritage Hills, frpic,
2 car gar, fncd yrd,
$1000mo. 904-264-4779
SPCS- NORTHSIDE
4/2.5, 2800sf, Ig bkyd
lw/patio, 2cg, apple's
inc semi furn'd
$1500m. 904-881-2767
SLike new Sealy Pos-
turepedic crown
jewel twin mat-
tress set, frame, &
hdbrd. $175. 215-1894


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Remodeled 3BR/1BA,
over 1300sf, carport,
fireplace, large
screened room & shed,
huge fenced yard, all
appliances. $900mo
+dep. 407-474-2878
WESTSIDE TH, 3/2.5
indoor laundry, moderr
clean, fncd bk yd, extr
storage $800mo. 781-5773


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WESTSIDE for rent
5638 Marathon Parkway,
Jacksonville 32244
This newly refur-
bished 2 bedroom, 2
bath, 2 two story
townhome is in a
great neighborhood
near NAS Jax. The
master bedroom is
upstairs, with a large
walk in bonus room
storage downstairs
along with the other
bedrooms. The
kitchen is equipped
with all appliances.
$300 Non Refundable
Pet Fee w/ Approval
** 1st App $50, Each
Additional App $20, 1
App per Adult.
Call 904-418-9209

WESTSIDE Off 103rd
1BR & 2BR, $595 & $695,
Fenced yard, No W/D hook
up, Ref Required, 778-2897
WESTSIDE- 3/1 on Irg
priv fncd lot, ch&a,
tile floors, 2 bonus rms,
$1050mo+$850dp 777-9372
WESTSIDE 3BR,
fenced, no pets, $650 +
$650dp. 3111 Hartridge St
904-783-0793



NORTHSIDE
0 DEPOSIT FROM $395
1 & 2 BR weekly/monthly
904-766-6986
WESTSIDE Dbl Wide,
priv lot,CH/A, fenced,
car port, $750. Sgl
Wide,$550. 777-5209
WESTSIDE Private SW
3/2, ch&a, no pets
$625mo + dep. 813-8713




Arlington 1 Month FREE
Rent. 2 rooms avail-
able in a 3/2 home in
Arlington. First room is
$425 per month 2nd is
$400 per month. FREE
high speed wireless
internet. 904-514-5657

ORANGE PARK private
bedroom with shared
bath. Cell 954-579-0588





ARLINGTON /W'side
N'side Furn, ph, TV w/d,
ch&a $100-$130wk 838-4587

AVONDALE- Small
furnished room, utils
incl, cable TV and
internet access, $300/mo.
904-655-0619


ORANGE PARK
Furnished room for
rent. No Lease includes
utilities $480mo. Call
904-704-4319 for appt.






BRADFORD Hampton
Lk Sleeps 6. Dock, scrn
porch, great fishing, vol-
leyball. $500wk Sat-Fri.
Time in/out 11am.
352-339-2054





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Healthcare Opportunities

gPUTNAM


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.

Registered Nurses
$5,000 Sign-on
Bonus Available
For Experienced
RNs
* OB: 7a-7p & 7p-7a
* Med Surg I & II: 7a-7p
& 7p-7a
* OR: FT Circulating &
PRN PACU
* ICU: 7p-7a
* ED: 7a-7p & 7p-7a

House Supervisor
FT 7a-3p
Weekend Only -
7p-7a
A Bachelor's degree in
Nursing; FL RN license;
2 years of experience as a
House Supervisor; and
BLS & ACLS certifica-
tions required.

Physical Therapist
or PTA FT
A FL license is required.
Previous experience pre-
ferred, but will consider a
new graduate.

Patient Advocate -
FT
Director level position to
oversee the delivery of
quality patient care by
functioning as a patient
liaison, educator, facilita-
tor, crisis resolution spe-
cialist and customer ser-
vice specialist for the
hospital. Must have 3-5
years of previous experi-
ence in a healthcare set-
ting. Clinical experience a
plus. Bachelor's degree
preferred.

HVAC Tech FT
HVAC license and previ-
ous experience in a hospi-
tal facility preferred.
Please apply online at
www.pcmcfl.com
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Med/Surg
Director
A Northeast Florida hos-
pital is currently seeking
a Med/Surg Director.
Qualified candidate must
have a Bachelor's degree
in Nursing; FL RN
license; 2-3 years of pre-
vious acute care
Med/Surg management
experience; and strong
leadership, communica-
tion and budgetary pro-
cesses skills. Master's
degree is preferred.


River Garden Hebrew

physician's assistant
to ioin its busy medi-
cal program. The
candidate will have
primary care experi-
ence and prior geriat-
ric care experience is
preferred. This is a
part time position at
0.6 FTE with benefits.
The medical extender
will be working with
two physicians and a
fully staffed medical
clinic.
Interested applicants
are invited to contact
Kelli Walker at
13351034@FTUJobs.com
or (904) 886-8436.
Applicants can also
apply in person at
11401 Old St.
Augustine Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32258
or fax your resume to
(904) 886-7768.


River medi .e Garden

A Caring Community
www.rivergarden.org


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to work with an
area leader in
long term care.
Excellent salary
and benefits.
Reply to this Job at
13350991@FTUJobs.com
or apply in person at
11401 Old St. Augustine Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32258
or fax your resume to
(904)886-7768



A Caring Community
www.rivergarden.org






PHARMAC ISTS
for our stores in Orange
Park & other Iocs in FL.
Dispense prescriptions by
following standard oper-
ating procedures; follow
Medica tion Guidelines
for receiving, filling, dis-
pensing, logging, & main-
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controls; ensure
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lations in all prescription-
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followed. Bachelor's
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to obtain. PIs send
resume to fx40977@
wal-mart.com. PIs ref.
code: "Orange Park,
FL". WalI-Mart is an


CABINETMAKER
(Jacksonville, FL), expe-
rienced, wanted by gen-
eral construction contrac-
tor to build and install
custom cabinetry for
residential and commer-
cial pro iects. Send
resume to Leslie Gunn at
The FaverGray Com-
pany, 11555 Central
Parkway, Ste 301, Jack-
sonville, FL 32224 or
13308210@FTUJobs.com






RNs
Baptist Medical Center
Downtown currently has
the following positions
available:

RN Adult OR
(Full-time, Days Vary)
Ideal candidates must
have a FL RN license or
eligible and 3 5 years
Operating Room experi-
ence. Must be able to cir-
culate a variety of spe-
cialties; ortho & neuro
experience strongly pre-
ferred. Job #6802.

RN Adult ED
(Full-time, 7p-7a)
Qualified candidates must
have a FL RN license or
eligible. ACLS and BLS
are required with one
year of ER experience
strongly preferred. Job
#7361.
Please apply online
(referencing Job # above) at:
e-baptisthealth.com/careers
EOE


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Area Sales

WANTED
REWARD OFFERED
$45,000 TO $65,000+
ANNUALLY
We are looking for a few
good people! Only those
who are money moti-
vated need to apply.
Great benefits package,
medical, dental, 401k, &
AFLAC. Must have reli-
able transportation and
be able to start immedi-
ately. To get your
reward you must call
Harold at 268-5163





APPTSETTERS
Full Time Part Time
Flexible Hours
Great Money
Work in a Maior Home
Improvement Store.
Call 224-1085
send a resume to A & B
Marketing, Inc. by fax
268-9663 or email your
resume to
hrdept@abmrktg.com





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Operations Supervisor
MCA LOGISTICS
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Driver

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TRANSPORTATION
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IMMEDIATE HIRE
OTR COMPANY
DRIVERS & OWNER
OPERATORS
Daily or Weekly Pay
Time to go Back to Work
CDL A, min 6mos recent
or lyr in past 3yr OTR
Apply online or in person
1314 George Jenkins Blvd
Lakeland, FL
Call Ruth 800-734-8169
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Weekly, and Monthly
Service Available. Call
For Free Estimate.
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AIR CLEANER
Hunter floor model,
w/ionizer & precipi-
tator, 3 speed,
timer, filter, indicator.
Works great. $45.
268-2482



Laptop $170 MS Office, dvd
1.1 GHz CPU, 256 MB RAM
30GB HD,XP 904-338-1042





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SStill In The Factory
Sealed Plastic I

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1(904) 644-04981


Bdrm SET 5-PC CHERRY
MUST SELL. $250
(904) 644-0498

BED A BARGAIN
New Queen Pillowtop
L Sets $95 365-0957J

SBuying Comic
Books for personal
collection. Cash
t paid on spot.
904-631 -1459
Leather Sectional
great cond. w/2
glass-top encl. tbis
& cocktai I tbi &
lamps to match. 757-2837
a Leather Sofa's
|cream color, exc.
cond. $350 for both.
Mike H: 230-0555.
W: 542-8110
A Like New tw in
Sealy Posturepedic
crown royal mat-
tress set, bed frame
and hdbrd. Asking $175.
904-215-1894
Ai MASSAGE CHAIR
black $100. Call
Mike H:230-0555
W: 542-8110
MATTRESS QUEEN
Pillowtop Set $130
(904) 644-0498
SQn size bdrm set
w/2 nitestands, long
S dresser, mirror &
,,shelves, armoire,
dark oak. $800. 269-2413
Red 92" Microfiber
Sofa w/pillows.
Great cond. Only
2y/o, asking $375.
904-215-1894
Southside Tues-Sat. 9-5;
3813 Emerson St. Free
Fabrics w/ Upholstery.
a Cargo Bunk Bed set
w/storage units,
ladder & newer
mattresses. $200.
Call 223-5935
4 Entertainment Ctr
maple 65.5W x 19.5D
x51"T. $250obo. Ent.
Ctr 50"x59"x19"
storate for CDs/DVDs on
si d es. $1 00o bo .
904-725-8653



MANDARIN Rams Gate
Moving. 11618 Edge-
mere Dr. Sat 5/8 8a-2p.
Orange Park Fri & Sat 8-1
2853 Hollybay Rd. mugs,
Hess trucks, NASCAR,
household and tools.
Southside Tues-Sat. 9-5;
3813 Emerson St. Free
Fabrics w/ Upholstery.
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



CHIPPER
SHREDDER $200 or
best offer. Used less
than 5hrs. 859-5567
Earlie's Lawn Cuts LLC
Owned & Operated by
retired military. Mili-
tary discounts offered.
Call Ben at 904-233-4190
Phone # was corrected.
FILL DIRT
CHEAP!!!
Call David at: 382-2658
Riding Mower, Toro
Timecutter 2005.
Model 16-hp Briggs
moStratton, 42" cut,
moving sale, exc. cond.
$1500 Firm. 904-772-6293



t 15" ThinEdge Moni-
tor New never used
$100 cash. Sewing
-I tbi $50. Floor Mir
ror walnut. Ruth 221-6794
4 Bed-spread double
S$25. Mauve sheets
twin double $5each.
Stainless sink &
faucet $45. Fabaware
Mixmaster $30. 771-2917
FILL DIRT


Gray Hi-Definition
Sbox style TV ,
g lass-top computer
desk w/matching
chr w/arms. Assembly
needed. 757-2837
A70D15 4-Lug spare
Stire, good cond.,
I$20; Ziliian 20 swing
cymbal, stand, twin
Ludwig mallets, $100.
904-264-6054
TANNING BED 24
bulb, 220VAC, Sun
Quest RS24 $1500.
S904-277-8988
PAVERS. 534,
multi-color: grey,
reds, b l u es
8"X4"X1". $125
Firm. 268-2482
Exec. very hi-back
office swivel chr
w/arms. Like new.
Cream color stain
fabric $175. 904-803-9942
4,SHED. "Rubber-
maid" 2drs, lock-
able. 6' 5"H, 4'8"W,
2'8"D. Recently
assembled. Pd $260.
Sacrifice $150. 268-2482
,STEP LADDER 10'
aluminum. Heavy
duty. Exc. cond.
$60.00. 268-2482



$Cash$ for iunk cars
250+. Free towing, lost
titles Jim 904-781-3813
4 PGE RANGE match-
ing large micro-
wave, white $125
each. Whirlpool
side by side refrig $450.
270-1776
Going to Europe
Vacation need Euro
will pay $1.25 per
Euro paper cur
rency $1.20 for Euro
coins. 904-564-1945



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BLUE PITBULL PUPS
UKC reg, Champ lines.
$600. CALL (904)472-3789
BOXER PUPS 4M/2F
AKC READY 5/3, $550
904-653-1839
Brittany Spaniel AKC Male,
12wks, shots, $500 obo
904-375-2391
Bullmastiff AKC Pups.
2 left! Female. Brindles.
Vaccines, wormed &
health certs. $1000.00
Call CJ at 904-612-9246
CATS- Young Adults,
spayed, neut., declawed,
white & orange/white
Free!! 904-442-1714
DOBERMAN PUPS
Red & Rust. All shots,
hith cert., both parents
on site $400. 240-401-3498
English Bulldog Puppies.
AKC Born March 23,
2010 They will be ready
to go to new homes on
May 19th. 904-813-3566
www.southernstyleen-
g lishbu l ldogs.com
English Bulldog Pups AKC
Champion lines, all colors
avi now. $1400 904-607-4488
Golden Retriever Pup-
pies AKC M/F, $475. Call
912-422-7861, 912-389-6187
HAVANESE AKC, Best
small breed, no shed.
$700+ 904-739-3450
LAB PUPPIES AKC -
Now ready. Their suit
cases are packed! $300.
Waycross Ga. 1-912-
449-4827, 1-912- 816-7316
LAB PUPS AKC
2 black females, 3.5 mths
$150 ea 845-3491 Hilliard
Mini Daschunds- Males
2 short, 1 long haired,
$300-$400. 904-484-4293
POODLES TOY CKC
3 Males 2 Females Black
sable And Chocolate.
Shots up to date. Health


Puppies For Sale. English
Mastiffs, Yorkies, &
Papillons. AKC reg.
shots UTD, will be in
Jacksonville for 1 week.
434-420-2777, 434-665-9284
Rat Terrier Pups UKCI,
many colors $350-$450.
www.mccartysratterriers.com
ROTTWEILER PUPS AKC
Ready now! 2F, POP, H/C
shots/wormed 904 629-7160
Rottweiler German AKC
Pups 2/M, 1/F 904-449-4944
www.vommiddleburg.com
Schnauzers Mini. Raised
in house. AKC. POP.
Salt/ Pepper and White.
$400-500. 386-288-5412
SHIH TZU AKC Puppies,
1M/1F, shots, hith cert,
$450/$650. 904-540-7831
Sphynx Kittens CFA/ TICA
1 M & 2F. Raised inside
w/ children. 386-364-8345
YORKIE PUPS AKC
FL cert, 1st shots,
8 wks, very sm. M/$750,
F/$900. 386-776-2865
YORKIE PUPS: CKC, 8
weeks, Male & Female,
$600 obo. 904-708-5362 or
220-9928
Yorkie Pups AKC 2 males
shots, hith cert. 12wks
hm raised $900. 945-4489




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Misc. Auto
Autos/Trucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease



15' Sea-Doo Challenger Jet
Boat, new eng, exc cond
bimini top, $4200.
904-471-5003/ 904-806-3821
1800 Regal Boat "04, 203
hours and a 4.3 V6 Volvo
Penta engine. Asking
$12,000. 904-803-3823
2007 FX Yamaha Wave
Runners w/Dual Trailer.
18 Hours Both Serviced
and water ready. $16K.
Call: 904-321-6447
27ft 9in '99 BAYLINER
2655 Ciera sunbridge,
cabin cruiser, 350 mercy
mag, loaded, clean, low
hrs, $21,500. 904-783-0858
, 2003 YAMAHA
Waverunner XLT
w/trlr. 40hrs. Great
cond. 43500obo.
904-451 8615




BMW K1200LT 2006.
11900 mi. ABS, heated
seats and grips, GPS,
CB, reverse gear.
$14,500. 904-386-6886.
Harley Davidson Ultra
Classic '06 Brandywine
sunglow, lots of xtras,
12k mi, $15k obo 904-349-4403
Harley Davidson '03
Heritage Softtail
Classic Black, too many
extras to list, exc buy at
$12,500 obo 912-449-8668
Honda VTX1300 "06 Estate
Sale. Runs great, 10K
mil es. $1.500 extras.


At 2007 HD 883 Spor-
ster 2800mi's, exc.
cond. $4900. Call
S904-214-9766
4 2001 883 Harley
Davidson Sportster
with extra's, lower-
ing kit, cust. paint,
lowa mileage, garage
kept. Call 912-674-3236
S1996 Harley David-
son DYNA low rider
custom paint job
l garage kept leather
saddle bags $4500. Call
912-674-3236
2 2002 Kawasaki
Nomad. Vance &
Hines duel pipes.
Hard bags. Red &
bik. Loaded. Exc. cond.
$5800. 904-259-8767
S2007 Tour Deluxe
1294cc 12,000mi's,
exc cond., Mustang
Seat, Bob exhaust
many extras, Ron
553-3249. $11,399
l Drive on Motor-
cycle trailer-single
exc. cond., new fir,
tires, rims, lights,
stand, wheel boring. Ron
553-3249. $575.00




1934 American Austin.
5 window business coupe,
great foundation for a
restoration. Car was
running a year ago,
needs carb. $3500.00 ph
904-241-7559
Chevy Camaro Z28 '81
great project to finish, new
red paint, lots of new & xtra
parts $6k. 912-882-2361
S1966 VOLVO 1225
Stationwagon has
significant rust &
t some eng. troubles.
Many extra parts. $1500.
B il I260-6545



Chevy Corvette '03 50th
Anniv. Edition, as new
cony., auto, 16,600 low
mi, loaded $29,900 Call
912-634-8161 for details
Chevy Corvette Convert-
ible 2006 14,000 Miles,
Power Top, Premium
Navigation System, XM,
Bose Sound System,
Heads-up Display. This
beautiful car has it all.
Make this special edi-
tion Monterey Red
Chevy Corvette yours by
calling 904- 435-8414.
Asking $31,000.
4. DODGE 2008 Cara-
van 4spd AT, gray,
3.3LTR, V60HV eng.
Call James Scott
W:790-4065 H: 778-4637
$13,000.
FORD RANGER 2006 W/
BED LINER GOOD
CONDITION 49K MILES


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v JEEP'OO-Cherokee
S classic 6cyl, 4dr,
white, blk-int., good
g cond., good cruiser
130, 712, new tires, bar-
gain $3550. Call 772-0489
A 325i BMW '06, 39k
$1 9,500. Manuel
0transm. 904-525-0063

4 a2002 SEBRING con-
vertible LXI
1 14,700Pmi's, good
cond., asking $2500.


4 TOYOTA Corolla
'97, new tires, 2nd
owner, 141,300mi's,
well cared for
$3000. 904-287-1905

C-6 CORVETTE '05
1 3 K mi le s,
DSSO/blk, 6spd, HT,
E/C. Adult owned.
$32,500. 904-563-3537

TOYOTA AVALON XLS '00
1 owner, non-smkr, 105k
mi, comp. maint records
mint cond, $6500 571-8348

TOYOTA TACOMA "07
FOR SALE $9,900 FOR
MORE INFORMATION
CALL 904-824-9954





FORD F250 1999 Lariat
Super Duty $7500 gas
mileage 116,500 good
condition. 912-424-8297

,TOYOTA TACOMA
'07 SR-5 PreRunner
V6 only 7K AT,
Lthr, bed-liner back
up sensors, like new
$20,999. Call 904-731-8533

Toyota Tundra 2005 Crew
Cab. Silver/Gray Cloth
int. V8, Auto, Tow Pkg.
Bed Liner. 75k miles.
$15,000. 904-735-7254.






CASH FOR JUNK CARS
Alive or Dead
Free Pickup 237-1657
$Cash$ for iunk cars
250+. Free towing, lost
titles. Jim 904-781-3813

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Is the economic
impact of the mili-
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Florida and
Southeast Georgia.
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the military
publications
distributed at
the local bases
in the area.
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Please call
904-3594336,

Fax 904-366 6230.


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KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


CADILLAC-SAAB OF
ORANGE PARK
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
www.cadillacoforangepark.com


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


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


JERRY HAMM CHEV
3494 Philips Hwy. 398-3036


ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
www.atlanticjeep.com
2330 US1 South 3544421


JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 4934000




RICK 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. 493-000



ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500




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








PAULCLARK FIORMERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee)
225-3673




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



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DUVAL HONDA
1325 CassatAve. 899-1900



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









KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Bvd. 642-6060








ATLANTIC INHNITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200





ATLANTIC JEEP
ww.atlanticeep.com

2330 US 1 South 354-4421


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




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


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlanic 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
LINCOLN MERCURY
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673

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


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


MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave.
389-3621


BENNET SUZUKI
230 Kenneth Gay Dr.
Kingsland GA
912-882-7818
www.bennettsuzuki.com


SUBARU OF ORANGE PARK
6999 Blanding Blvd. 777-1800


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NAM A CITY KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA

6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600 6501 Youngerman Circle.
771-9100


ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 CassatAve. 389-4561


O'STEEN VOLKSWAGEN
11401 Philips Hwy. 322-5100


GT LEASING
CmIm l Lasing Since 1955
2810 St. Augustine Rd.
398-5000
www.gtleasing.com


PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694


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


AUTOS
BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
Family Owned Since 1967
beachblvdauomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd.
724-3511






BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

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


10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012


O'STEEN VW CERTIFIED
PRE-OWNED CENTER
11401 Philips Hwy.
322-5100




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


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11503 Phillips Hwy 8544826 6373 Blanding BW.
771-6078


EO'STEN VOLVO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
PRE-OWNED CENTER




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'04 Kia Spectra 01464A, Automatic, Only 41K............................................ $6,995
'03 Toyota Corolla LE 01214A, Automatic, A/C, Great MPG! .................$6,995
'00 Buick LeSabre 0296A Custom, Only 1 Owner ..................................... $6,995
'01 Chrysler Town & Country LTD 0635A, Leather, DVD ...... 6,995
'03 Honda ACcord EX 01066A, Local trade-in ................................. 8$,995
'04 Honda Element ER 00941A, Certified ............. ......... $9,995
'03 Toyota Colica T 01086A, 1 Owner, Auto, Spoiler, Only 34k....... $11,495
'05 Saturn Relay 01050A, 7 Passenger, DVD, Only 36K......................... $11,995
'08 SMART For Two 01539Z Auto, A/C, 2 Door Coupe .......................... $11,995
'08 Ford Focus SE Sedan P2991, Automatic, A/C, CD $...........11,995
'09 Chevy Cobalt LT Coupe P3006, Full Power, CD, More! .......... 11,995
'01 SUzuki SX4 01243A, 5 Door, Automatic.............................. $12,995
'07 Honda CMC LX Sedan 01558B, CERTIFIED, Auto, Full Power..$13,495


'09 Saturn Aura XE P2979, Full Power, Like New! ................................. 13,995
'09 Hyundai Sonata 8S P2978, Full Power ..................... ... $13,995
'08 Honda Civic LI Coupe P2922 Automatic, Full Power ..............$14,495
'06 BuiCk Lucerne CXS 0624A, Leather, Chrome Wheels-Loaded!$14,995
'06 Chevy Euinox LT 00535A, Loaded LT........................................... $14,995
'06 Subaru Bala P2917A, AWD, 4 Doors w/Rear Storage Bed.............. $14,995
'08 VW Beetle 01452A, Black Tie Edition, Leather, Moonroof................ $15,995
'07 Honda Accord V6 I.-E Coupe 01088C, Auto ........................ $16,995
'06 Nissan Murano SL 01356A, Sunroof, Full Power........................... $17,995
'08 Honda Element SC P2965, CERTIFIED, Automatic........... $18,495
'08 Honda CR-V LX 00149A, 1 Owner, Only 26K Miles .......................... $18,995
'07 Toyota Camry Hybrid 00071A, One Owner, Great MPG! $18,995
'08 Toyota Sienna LE P300&, Fully Equipped Family Van .................. 18,995


'08 JeeP liberty LTD 0019A, Leather-Loaded!, Only 27K.................... $19,995
'07 Ford F-150 Super Cab 4x4 XLT 0707A ............ ............... $19,995
'07 Ford Expedition XLT 4x4 01436B................... $19,995
'07 Toyota Sequoia SR5 01441A, Full Size SUV-Loaded! ............... $20,995
'07 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited P2925, Sahara, Hard Top, Auto $21,995
'07 Saturn Outlook XR 10030A, Loaded!........................................ $21,995
'07 Acura TL 01211A, Navigation, Loaded-Only 31K Miles........................ $21,995
'07 LexUS ES350 01028B, Pearl Metallic, 1 Owner, Immaculate! ........... $22,995
'09 Honda Element El 01103A, 2WD, Only 6300 Miles! ................... $22,495
'08 Honda S2000 P2944, Only 23K, Graphite Metallic ......................... $25,995
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