Maclay takes helm from Scor
By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO
Capt. Jeffrey Maclay re-
lieved Capt. Jack Scorby
Jr. as NAS Jax com-
manding officer during a change
of command ceremony Aug.
13. Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Rear Adm. Tim Alex-
ander was the guest speaker.
"Ladies and gentlemen, this
morning we will mark the formal
passing of command from one
commanding officer to another.
Navy regulations and tradition
are very clear about this event
and its importance, and it is a
cornerstone of our Navy, pro-
viding a chance to celebrate the
past accomplishments and look
towards the future," remarked
"Today, Capt. Scorby will read
his orders and acknowledge that
it is time for him to be relieved.
Capt. Maclay will then read
his orders and accept the great
responsibility of command. This
is always done in the same man-
ner so there is never any question
about who is in charge," continued
"And for the last two and a half
years here, there has been no
doubt that Jack Scorby has been
in charge. He has maintained an
unrelenting focus on the things
that matter . our Navy, our
Sailors and their families and our
Alexander went on to men-
tion some of the highlights of
Scorby's career and presented
him with the Legion of Merit
Award for an exceptional job
well done. During the ceremony,
Scorby was also made an "honor-
ary" chief petty officer (CPO) by
NAS Jax Command Master Chief
(CMDCM)(SW/SS) Jeff Hudson
for his tremendous support of the
NAS Jax CPO community.
Scorby was also recognized by
Congressman Ander Crenshaw
(R-Fla.) in a letter read by his
representative Jackie Smith.
He was also presented the key
to the City of Jacksonville by
Military Affairs, Veterans and
Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
The NAS Jacksonville Color Guard proudly presents the colors during the NAS Jax Change of Command Ceremony May 13. Capt. Jeffrey Maclay
relieved Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. as commanding officer during the event.
Disabled Services Division Chief
Bob Buehn, who represented
Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton.
As Scorby took the podium one
last time he thanked his wife,
Chris, and his family for their
support and the NAS Jax team.
"I have loved every minute of
this extraordinarily diverse job
and I am so grateful to the men
See CHANGE OF COMMAND, Page 6 A
(From left) Commander, Navy
Region Southeast Rear Adm.
Tim Alexander, NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack
Scorby Jr. and NAS Jax Prospective
Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey
Maclay salute during the playing
of the national anthem during the
NAS Jax Change of Command
Ceremony. Maclay assumed duties
as the NAS Jax commanding officer
during the event.
By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO
Sailors from Navy Munitions
Command Conus East Division
Detachment Jacksonville (NMC
CED Det Jax) spent the first two
weeks of May training with technicians
from Naval Undersea Warfare Center
(NUWC), Division Keyport, Wash. to
learn how to preserve the lifespan of the
"We are training the crews on the life
extension of these torpedoes which basi-
cally includes exchanging the sea water
battery and corrosion repair. This will
allow us to leave them in theater lon-
ger providing quite a bit of cost savings
to the Navy," said Torpedo Technician
Steven Jordan of NUWC Division
Keyport, Wash. "By training the Sailors
here, they will be able to fix the tor-
pedoes in house and we won't have to
transport them to Keyport, Wash. to con-
duct turnaround maintenance."
"The corrosion repair is extremely
important because when these torpedoes
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
(From left) GM3 Christa Toby and SN
Arielle Roman of Navy Munitions Com-
mand Conus East Division Detachment
Jacksonville clean corrosion spots on an
MK-46 torpedo to prolong the life of the
sit on ships for extended periods of time,
they get corroded from the salt water.
We are able to perform extensive repair
procedures and enhanced maintenance
to keep them serviceable," continued
Jordan. "We've had a great experience
here and the Sailors are very receptive.
It's a totally new process and we're doing
this for all the lightweight torpedoes.
When we leave, the Sailors will be fully
qualified to conduct the maintenance in
"In the future, the Navy will convert
to the new MK-54 torpedoes. These are
a combination of the MK-50 and MK-46
torpedoes. They will eventually replace
See TORPEDO, Page 6
Photo by Matt Simons
During natural disasters or other events, Naval Facilities Engineering Command may deploy
a Contingency Engineering Response Team (CERT) in a Mobile Command Vehicle (MCV) that
is equipped with a communications suite, video conferencing, workspaces, weather gauges
and other equipment. In the event of a disaster, the MCV would provide critical cupport to
the CERT through maintaining effective communications and data collection and processing.
CERT drills in hurricane exercise
By Sue Brink
Public Affairs Officer
(CERT) of Naval Facilities
(NAVFAC) Southeast par-
ticipated in HURREX
Citadel Gale 2010 on board
Naval Air Station (NAS)
Jacksonville as part of a
May 11 disaster prepared-
NAVFAC CERTs are part
of the key tools in recovery,
consisting of one or more
Disaster Assessment Teams
(DATs) made up of person-
nel who enable installation
recovery efforts, including
other agency representa-
tives. The teams consist of
active duty civil engineer
corps officers, civilian engi-
neers, architects, public
affairs officers, project man-
agers, facilities managers
and contract specialists.
"As we enter the 2010 hur-
ricane season, it is impera-
tive to exercise our ability to
respond to natural disasters
See CERT, Page 10
Sailor Saves Life
Infant Rescued In House Fire
Sailors Enjoy A Fun Afternoon
Obstacle Course Gets An Upgrade
2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 20, 2010
Looking back to 1954...
A Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune assigned to VP-7 flies over the Atlantic. This was the last U.S.-built model of the Neptune,
with yet another up-rated Wright Cyclone radial engine (the R-3350-32W Turbo Compound) with water-methanol
injection generating 4,000 HP for take-off. The Lockheed P2V-7 was the first Neptune to have J34 turbojet engines fit-
ted on the production line, as opposed to retrofitted in the field.
'That s not your team'
By Sarah Smiley
There are certain images held
in my memory like snapshots.
When my mind wanders over
these pictures, I might spontaneous-
ly cry. So I keep them tucked away,
and someday when my children
are grown I know they (the images)
will torture me.
Most of the pictures are of Ford, my
oldest son. He and I have experienced
and learned everything about parent-
hood together. I have failed him more
than any of my other children simply
because it was all new to both of us.
The first and most painful snap-
shot is of Ford's face peering out the
window of the bus on his first day of
kindergarten. He was crying. I didn't
know what to do, but something told
me that running onto the bus in my
bathrobe to save him wouldn't make
things better. And so I just stood
there and waved until the bus drove
away and I couldn't see his face any-
The second image is of Ford stand-
ing on the baseball diamond for his
first night of tee-ball practice. His
new team jersey was too big and hung
almost to his knees. This was a good
thing because the pants hidden under-
neath were also too big and I had
rolled the waistband over once to keep
them in place.
Ford's face was red from crying. I
had forgotten to pack a thermos of
water and we brought the wrong base-
ball glove. His father, Dustin, then
a Navy flight instructor, was doing
a night flight with a student, so I
I think I'm ready to get a new car
and the dealer has worked it so that
my payment is only $200 per pay
check. I live in the barracks, so I don't
have any other bills besides my cell
phone. I should be able to afford this,
MoneyChic says: Only considering
the monthly payment is like taking a
small snapshot rather than looking at
the big picture. What is the total bal-
ance of the loan you are considering?
Are you going to be making a $400
payment for three years or six years?
Knowing the length of your loan
is very important. What about your
interest rate? Are you being charged
20 percent or 6 percent? Also, there is
thought I was doing good just to get
all three kids in the car with their
shoes on. Ford's whining wore on me,
and I yelled, "Stop acting like a baby."
I immediately regretted it. Especially
later, when I looked at him standing
there on the field, and I realized that
he really was a baby -my first baby.
The third image is from two weeks
ago, on the night of Ford's first Little
League practice. He hopped out of
the van and ran across the parking
lot. "See ya, Mom," he called over his
shoulder. So different, I thought, from
the days when I held his hand and
told him to watch for cars.
I struggled to get Ford's brothers,
Owen and Lindell, out of the van, as
well as the bag of supplies (thermos,
check; snacks for Lindell, check; ball
for Owen, check). Then the three of
us followed behind Ford. He was run-
ning ahead, his bat and glove held
at his side. In front of him was the
Little League field. The kids looked
big. Definitely older, I thought. Must
be the wrong field.
Suddenly Ford stopped running and
turned around. "Mom, those kids look
really big," he said.
"That's because it's not your field," I
replied, slightly annoyed. "Now hurry
or you'll be late."
Ford jogged away from us again, the
gravel crunching beneath his cleats.
Then he stopped and turned around.
His face was red. "They're very tall,"
he said, more frustrated now at my
lack of understanding.
a big difference between the amount
of interest you will pay over the life of
your loan with those numbers as well.
Remember that owning a vehicle
comes the expense of fuel, insurance
and upkeep. This means to budget for
upcoming oil changes, brakes, tires
and other repairs that come with vehi-
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the time to research beforehand.
Don't forget the added expense
of vehicle insurance. If you have a
loan on a vehicle, you must purchase
full-coverage insurance. Call several
insurance companies to find out how
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
Men's Prayer Breakfast
June 13 at 9 a.m.
June 13 at 6 p.m.
Vacation Bible School
July 12-16. Call 542-3051 to register.
July 13 & 14 PREP (Prevention Relationship
for couples getting married or already married. This
course qualifies for pre-marital discount for marriage
licenses in Duval County.
Weekly Bible Study
Building 749, every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.
"Because that's not your team," I
snapped. "Those kids are much older.
Now, seriously, keep running or you'll
Ford breathed in and grunted. I had
seen that look on his face before, like
the time I packed the wrong glove and
no thermos. He turned around and
started running again, then he disap-
peared behind the concession stand,
and for all I knew, he had found the
team of younger, shorter kids. When
Owen, Lindell and I rounded the con-
cession stand, I saw what Ford had
already seen. There were no other
baseball teams. Those tall, older-look-
ing kids were Ford's teammates.
Ford was already on the field. It was
easy to spot him: he was the only one
wearing white baseball pants and he
was several inches shorter than the
rest. I sat down on the metal bleach-
ers and felt the lump in my throat
growing. Yet I wasn't sure which
made me sadder: the fact that Ford
looked so much like a baby again, or
the awareness that in another two
years, he will be a "tall, older-looking
I added this mental snapshot to my
growing collection of images, the ones
that I'll revisit when I'm older and ask
myself, "Did I do enough? Was I good
enough? Do they know how much I've
But mostly: When exactly did Ford,
my first baby, the kindergartner cry-
ing on the bus, the Little Leaguer in
baggy pants grow up?
much it will cost to carry insurance
on this vehicle. How does this also fit
into your budget? What about add-
ing in the cost of gas? These added
expenses are on top of the car pay-
ment you were considering.
What about thinking beyond the
"now" of living in the barracks? If you
are going to be financing this vehicle
for a long time, say five years, how do
you see your lifestyle changing in the
next five years? Do you have hopes
to be in an apartment by then? If so,
will a large car payment prevent you
from goals you have in the future?
There are many big questions to con-
sider before committing to a large
loan for a vehicle.
That's my two cents...
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 ser-
vice members. Contact Cathy Cayton at 272-9489 or kcay-
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.
NAS Jacksonville Chapel Center
Corner of Birmingham Avenue and Mustin Road
STG2 JOHN OYLER
Hometown: Panama City,
Favorite duty station/
Why? NAS Jax because there's
a lot of entertainment.
Favorite pastime: Motorcycling.
Most interesting experience: Joint mar-
itime operations in the Baltic Sea.
Who is your hero? President John F.
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MWR Child & Youth
Hometown: Munroe Falls,
Favorite duty station? Augs-
burg, Germany (U.S. Army).
Last book read: Madame Bovary
Favorite pastime: Traveling.
Most Interesting Experience: Being a
Who is your hero? My husband.
Due to an error, sponsors of the May 6 NAS Jacksonville
Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Department
Recreational Safety Rodeo were incorrectly listed.
The following is the corrected sponsor list: Adamec
Harley-Davidson, Patriot Motorcycle Training, Purcell's
Motorcycle and Marine World, Honda of Jacksonville,
A&M Motorcycle Safety Course, North Jax Motorsports,
Orange Park Power Sports, Hedgehog Motorsports,
Home Depot of Orange Park, Jax Biker Gear, St. Johns
Powersports, Atlantic Moto Sports and USAA. Neither
MWR, nor the U.S. Navy, or any other part of the federal
government officially endorses any company, sponsor or
its products or services.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer.......................Capt. Jeffrey Maclay
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer ........................... Cmdr. Mark Scott
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 M orris
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4 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 20, 2010
Fordham assumes command of VR-58
By Lt. Chris Ferreira
C mdr. Christopher
Fordham will relieve
Cmdr. Kenneth Johansen
as commanding officer of the
VR-58 "Sunseekers" during a
change of command ceremony
May 22 at NAS Jacksonville.
Capt. Robert Powers, com-
manding officer, Fleet Logistics
Support Wing Augment Unit,
will be the guest speaker.
Originally born in Miami,
Fordham later grew up in
Worthing, England. He is a
graduate of the Kings College,
University of London, earning
dual Bachelor of Science degrees
in Physics and Chemistry in 1988.
He then enlisted in the United
States Navy in 1989, completed
aircrew school, rescue swimmer
school, and aviation anti-subma-
Cmdr. Christopher Fordham
rine warfare systems operator
training, and ultimately earned
his naval aircrewman wings at
HS-1 in 1990.
Fordham was then accepted to
Aviation Officer Candidate School
and was commissioned an ensign
Cmdr. Kenneth Johansen
in November 1991. After com-
pleting flight training in May of
1993, he was designated a naval
aviator and reported to HSL-41
at NAS North Island, Calif. for
LAMPS MK III flight training in
the SH-60B Seahawk.
His operational tours include
assignments with the "Warlords"
of HSL-51, the "Sunseekers"
of VR-58 and, the "Lone Star
Express" of VR-59. Fordham
served in a variety of positions,
including detachment operations
officer, detachment maintenance
officer, squadron NATOPS officer,
administration officer, training
officer, operations officer, main-
tenance officer and officer in
He has also completed shore
assignments with the staff's
of Commander, Naval Air
Reserve Force, Commander,
Fleet Logistics Support Wing
(CFLSW), Commander, Naval
Reserve Forces Command and
Commander, Naval Air Forces
(CNAFR). During these tours he
served as a flag aide, operations
officer, NAVRIIP lead, program
manager and assistant deputy
chief of staff for air operations.
In August 2008, he reported as
the prospective executive officer
of VR-58. Fordham has accumu-
lated more than 3,500 mishap
free flight hours in Navy aircraft,
primarily in the SH-60, C-9B and
During Johansen's tenure
as VR-58's commanding officer
the "Sunseekers" have deployed
worldwide supporting Operation's
Ensuring and Iraqi Freedom, and
the recent Haitian earthquake
relief effort. He led the squadron
to numerous awards including the
2007 Chief of Naval Operations
Safety Award, 2009 CFLSW Wing
Retention Excellence Award,
and the 2009 CNAFR Medical
Readiness Award. His leadership
and guidance has been instru-
mental in the squadron's success
providing logistics support to com-
batant commanders worldwide.
'God works in mysterious ways'
Special to Jax Air News
Editor's Note: This is
the first-hand account of
Chief Petty Officer Bryain
Personnel Unit Jax, who
rescued an infant May
11 from a burning home
in the Arlington area of
M y family and
I I arrived at
the home of
Melinda Joseph to look
at a Mastiff-mix dog that
she was giving away. After
about 10 minutes, my wife
and son agreed that we
liked the dog and put it in
our car for the drive home
As we backed out of her
driveway, Melinda franti-
cally ran up to our car and
said her house was filled
with smoke and that her
baby was in the back room.
Not knowing the house
layout, I entered with
Melinda through the front
door. Despite staying as
low as possible to be able to
breath, the smoke was over-
whelming. Before losing all
sight, I glimpsed at what I
thought looked to be a baby
crib in the first room to the
When I felt inside the
crib, I touched warm skin
and knew it was the baby.
I tried to push the crib out
but it accidentally closed
the door, leaving us in
I picked up the baby, left
the room, and was fortu-
nate to find our way to the
As I stood in the front
yard with my wife and tried
to catch my breath we
heard cries for help from
the backyard. I handed the
baby to my wife and had
her move away from the
house as I ran to the back of
the house to assist Melinda.
In the confusion, I didn't
tell her we had her infant
out front so she thought
her baby was still in the
burning home. And I
assumed she was yelling
about her young toddler
being in the back of the
So I kicked in the back
door at the kitchen but
the flames were too intense
to enter. My 15-year-old son
directed me to a window.
But after busting it out (and
cutting my arm in the pro-
cess) we discovered it was
to small to climb through.
As we approached the slid-
ing glass door to try kicking
it in we heard screams
from the front of the house
saying they had the baby -
and that Melinda's toddler
was not in the house.
In a few minutes, the fire
department arrived and
extinguished the blaze that
had started in the kitch-
en. Everybody was safely
accounted for, thanks in
part to my Navy training
on how to deal with smoke
and fire situations.
See HERO, Page 5
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
GSEC(SW) Bryain Williams of Transient Personnel Unit Jax
is interviewed by First Coast News reporter Erin Hawley on
May 14. Williams is being featured as the news station's Hero
of the Week for his actions in saving the life of an infant dur-
ing a house fire.
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HSL-42 Det. 3 makes its mark in North Atlantic
By Lt. i.g. IC Maniscalco
HSL-42 "Proud Warriors" Detach-
ment 3, embarked aboard guid-
ed-missile cruiser USS Vicksburg
(CG-69), is participating in the multina-
tional exercise Joint Warrior. The exer-
cise encompasses a multitude of scenarios
involving every aspect of maritime war-
In addition to the U.S. military, par-
ticipating countries include the United
Kingdom, France, The Netherlands, Brazil,
New Zealand and Denmark.
"The Proud Warriors proved to be an
invaluable asset in maintaining a consis-
tent maritime surface picture, combating
an unrelenting subsurface threat, as well
as defending against small boat attacks,"
said USS Vicksburg Commanding Officer
Capt. Tim Mahan.
Prior to Joint Warrior, Vicksburg partici-
pated in the Norwegian PASSEX (Passing
Exercise), which included joint opera-
tions with the U.S. Marine Corps and the
Norwegian Navy and Air Force. PASSEX,
consists of a short duration exercise of
opportunity between two or more ships.
The exercise concluded with a port visit to
Vicksburg also participated in the Royal
Navy's Flag Officer Sea Training (FOST),
a two-week series of exercises involving
assets from NATO navies -in this case,
the allied nations of France, Germany and
Canada. Over 100 ships and submarines
benefit from FOST expertise each year.
"I'm thoroughly impressed with the ship's
flexibility and capability to support almost
continuous air operations while executing
a demanding schedule of exercises. This
can be credited to excellent training and
communications," stated Lt. Cmdr. Mike
Ramsey, HSL-42 Det. 3 officer in charge.
Between exercises, the Vicksburg crew
has enjoyed port visits at Portsmouth and
Plymouth, England; Faslane, Scotland; and
Brest, France. While in Brest, the ship's
crew traveled to Normandy for a memora-
ble reenlistment ceremony at the American
cemetery near Omaha Beach.
Vicksburg is the U.S. Navy's 23rd
Ticonderoga class, guided-missile cruiser
and is homeported at NS Mayport. The
ship can carry two SH-60B Seahawk heli-
copters, that operate as integral fight-
ing units. HSL-42 is homeported at NAS
Photos courtesy of HSL 42 Det 3
HSL-42 "Proud Warrior" 434 conducts operations from USS Vicksburg (CG-69) in preparation
for Flag Oficer Sea Training near Plymouth, England.
Navy designs new IA program
From Naval Personnel
Command Public Affairs
Anew program to preserve career
choice, volunteerism and predict-
ability of Individual Augmentee
(IA) assignments while solidifying Sailor
and family support is being developed
by U. S. Fleet Forces (USFF) and Navy
Personnel Command (NPC).
The Overseas Contingency Operations
Support Assignments (OSA) program
will be implemented this fall through the
Career Management System/Interactive
Detailing (CMS/ID) system, utilizing
Sailor duty preference inputs.
"There are some inequities between the
IAMM (IA Manpower Management) and
GSA (Global War on Terrorism Support
Assignment) processes," said Ron Dodge,
deputy director for enlisted distribution.
"When a Sailor goes on an IAMM assign-
ment, they are put on temporary additional
See IA PROGRAM, Page 10
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CHANGE OF COMMAND:
Capt. Maclay pledges fullest
energies to mission success
From Page 1
and women of this installation, military
and civilian alike who make this a special
place to live and work and I would like to
thank them all," said Scorby.
"It has been an absolute privilege and an
honor to have served as the commanding
officer of NAS Jacksonville."
Scorby then read his orders directing him
to report to the Pentagon as executive assis-
tant for the Assistant Secretary of the Navy
(Installation, Energy and Environment)
and relinquish command to Maclay.
After assuming command, Maclay offered
his remarks. "Adm. Alexander following
your guiding principles and your staff's
steadfast support, I've witnessed NAS Jax
and many of the other stations within Navy
Region Southeast do remarkable things,"
"I look forward to leading NAS Jax's con-
tinuing efforts focused on executing CNIC's
and your vision of enabling warfighter
readiness by supporting the fleet, fighter
Maclay continued, "Capt. Jack Scorby -
Commander, Fleet Forces Command guid-
ance highlights how our main charge as
leaders is to set the conditions for success.
I've seen no one do this better than you.
The many successes the NAS Jax team
enjoys are a testament of your leadership.
You and Chris have been great role mod-
els and teachers on how to navigate the
complexities and challenges of leading
the Navy's finest air station. Leslie and I
thank you for the mentoring and friendship
you've provided these past 10 months. We
will miss you and wish you all the best in
your next tour."
He also commended the NAS Jax team.
"To the men and women of NAS Jax, you
are living proof of the extraordinary accom-
plishments that can be achieved when we
unite for a common purpose, greater than
ourselves. As I assume command, I am
Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Former NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr. (second from left) and NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay cut the cake during the change of command recep-
tion as their families, Chris Scorby (left), and Leslie and Spencer Maclay look on.
In his comments, new Commanding Officer
Capt. Jeffrey Maclay told the men and women
of NAS Jacksonville, "I am both honored and
humbled by the depth and breadth of all that
you do to keep this fine naval air station run-
ning and achieving mission success."
both honored and humbled by the depth and
breadth of all that you do to keep this fine
air station running," Maclay stated.
"I pledge to you my fullest energies to set
the conditions for NAS Jax's mission suc-
cess as well as each and every one of your
professional and personal success."
Maclay also thanked his family for their
support including his mother, Bettie, par-
ents-in-law Dr. J. Thomas and Betty Bones
and numerous other family members in
the audience including his wife, Leslie
and sons, Peyton (who was in school) and
"To my beautiful wife, Leslie, you are my
way better half. Your words of encourage-
ment and tenderness always helped keep
me focused. You also uncanningly know the
right words to say and actions to take when
Commander, Navy Region Southeast
Rear Adm. Tim Alexander (left) pres-
ents the Legion of Merit Medal to NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Jack Scorby Jr.
during the change of command ceremony.
you find that I'm taking myself or my situa-
tion too seriously. I love you now more than
ever and look forward to continuing our life
long journey together," said Maclay.
"To my sons, Peyton and Spencer, the
time I spend with you I cherish most and
often wish I could make more time in the
day for us all. But you are wise beyond your
Leslie Maclay pins the command pin on her
husband, Capt. Jeffrey Maclay while their
son, Spencer, looks on.
years," Maclay continued.
"You understood early on that the often
long work hours and extended separations
during work ups and deployments were not
because Dad liked work better than home.
Rather, you knew what I and the many oth-
ers in uniform do is so that you and your
cousins, and friends and friends of friends
can hopefully grow up in a more stable and
Following the ceremony, a reception was
held at the NAS Jax Officers' Club.
TORPEDO: NMC CED Jax
mission to keep MK-46 serviceable
From Page 1
the MK-46 but until they come on line,
we need to keep these as serviceable as
long as possible," Jordan said.
According to NMC CED Det Jax
Officer in Charge Lt. David Fowler the
training is extremely beneficial to his
"This is another win-win for Big
Navy and Det Jax. In March, we
expanded our underwater mine capa-
bilities from handling and storage to
include quick strike mine assembly.
With this initiative, NMC in partner-
ship with NUWC Division Keyport
have identified an emerging operation-
al requirement, enhanced ordnance
asset management and improved fleet
ordnance support. The cost savings
will be significant and the benefits of
the training invaluable," said Fowler.
The mission of the detachment is to
operate and maintain explosive ord-
nance outloading/transshipment to sup-
port Atlantic Fleet and Department
of Defense conventional ammunition
The detachment's main focus is to
provide NAS Jacksonville tenant com-
mands and fleet warfighters with qual-
ity ordnance by following the simple
motto: "SPOT safely, professionally
Torpedo Technician Steven Jordan of
Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division
in Keyport, Wash. instructs GM3 Christa
Toby and GMSA Chris Barclay of Navy
Munitions Command Conus East Division
Detachment Jacksonville on how to
remove the retaining ring for the sea
water battery in the MK-46 torpedo.
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ATAN Brandon Coburn of VP-30 battles it out with ADAA Johnny Ritchie of VP-62 in the pugil stick jousting competition at the MWR Barracks Bash.
Annual MWR Barracks
Bash always a blast
By MCC Suzanne Speight
Voluntary Training Unit, Navy Operational Support Center Jacksonville
he Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Liberty
Program showed its appreciation
for Sailors who live on base at NAS
Jacksonville by throwing a free barracks
bash May 13 featuring games, refreshments
and giveaways in the courtyard of the bach-
elor enlisted quarters.
Sailors enjoyed grilled hot dogs and ham-
burgers, along with dee-jay music and games
ranging from paintball and boxing-punch
challenge to the emerging sport of "human
"It's a good chance to give back to the junior
enlisted, whether they're students in a techni-
cal school or just coming back from a deploy-
ment, it's all for them," said Assistant Liberty
Program Coordinator Momoyo Harris, who
planned and coordinated the event. ATAN
T. J. Clements, from Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast, ran The Boxer, a "power punch"
game designed to measure the impact of a hit.
Clements was intermittently busy throughout
the afternoon and into the evening, as groups iI
of potential challengers would gather and
offer some good-natured trash talk, waiting
for someone to throw the winning punch.
AWFAN Seantae Holland's score of 569
was one of the most impressive hits of the
day. Holland, of VP-30, said it was good to
see friends out at the Barracks Bash. "I'm
having a great time," said Holland, who hails
from Chicago. "It's good to see people get out
of their rooms and have some fun on a beauti-
ful day like this."
AEAN Ly Nguyen of Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
receives his free T-shirt from Assistant Liberty Coordinator
(Left) A03 Daisa Stanley of Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
prepares to take on the boxing challenge.
For some participants, the event not only introduced
them to their shipmates, it also introduced them to the
MWR Liberty Program for single Sailors.
"The Barracks Bash is designed to provide some spring-
time fun and relaxation in preparation for the summer
months," said MWR Installation Program Manager John
Bushick. "It's held inside the barracks complex, so it has
the feel of a backyard party. It's also a great opportunity
to bring awareness of all that the Liberty Program has to
AMAN Aubrey Cady and her friends perused the Florida
State College and USAA sponsored booths, signing up for
prize drawings and learning about each organization's
offerings. Cady is married to a deployed service member
and said, although this is her second Barracks Bash, her
husband has yet to be able to attend one. "I know a lot
of Sailors are on deployment and don't get the chance to
come to one of these," she said. "It's a great atmosphere, I
appreciate MWR putting this on for us," she said.
The weather cooperated as temperatures lingered in the
eighties, cooling off as the sun set. AC3 John Bosio,
See BARRACKS BASH, Page 7
ADAN Lucas Martin of VP-62 speeds through the keg racing course.
AWFAN Seantae Holland of VP-30 strikes a blow in the box-
ing challenge May 13 at the MWR Barracks Bash. His score of
569 was one of the highest of the day.
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 20, 2010 9
MCC Suzanne Speight
and Shannon Leonard
Sailors go at it in the "human
foosball" competition, a new
event at the MWR Barracks Bash.
Sailors line up for free hamburgers, hot dogs and all the fixin's.
Good food and good friends make for another great MWR Barracks Bash.
Sailors fill out contest entries at the USAA booth during the MWR Barracks Bash May 13 at NAS Jacksonville.
AWOAN Sean Wawrzyniec of VP-30 proudly displays
the Jacksonville Suns prize pack he won.
MWR hosts annual
fun day for sailors
From Page 6
of Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility, summed
up the day, saying he thought everyone had a great time.
"Good food, good friends, great prizes," he said. "Oh, and
yea, I can kick some butt in jousting!"
Barracks Bash sponsors were Jacksonville Suns
Baseball Club, USAA, GEICO of Orange Park, METRO
PCS, Florida State University and Embry-Riddle
Neither MWR, nor the U.. (From left) AWFAN Brandon
NeitherWatts of VP-30 goes up
Navy or any other part of Watts of VP-30 goes up
Nayte feral goerpn t off- against PRAA Jamal Edwards
the federal government offi- of VP-10 in the pugil stick
cially endorses any compa- jousting competition.
ny, sponsor or its products
10 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 20, 2010
From Page 1
throughout the NAVFAC
Southeast area of responsi-
bility," said Lt. Cmdr. Jose
Deliz, staff officer, NAVFAC
This was the first year the
Mobile Command Vehicle
(MCV) was used in this
exercise. The MCV, a large
recreational vehicle, is spe-
cifically equipped with a
communications suite, video
weather gauges and other
equipment. In the event of
a disaster, the MCV would
provide critical support to
the CERT through main-
taining effective communi-
cations and data collection
During the HURREX,
NAVFAC Southeast flexed
its CERT capabilities by
simulating a personnel
deployment as would be
done in a real-word scenario.
As part of the simulation,
the base requested damage
assessment support from
the Region and the CERT
team was put in to action.
The basic concept was to
run through the motion as
it if were real. This involved
recall of CERT personnel,
processing orders, immu-
nization checks, issuance
of gear, deployment of the
MCV and other rental vehi-
cles, onsite arrival/staging.
Once the team arrives on
site, damage assessments
are conducted with subse-
quent reporting and cost
For this exercise, several
facilities were identified for
assessment. DATs proceed-
Photos courtesy of NAVFAC
Architect Bill Brainard (seated) monitors the communications
desk in the Mobile Command Vehicle during the HURREX
Citadel Gale 2010 exercise May 11 at NAS Jacksonville.
NAVFAC Southeast deployed a Contingency Engineering
Response Team as part of this exercise.
ed to each facility, assessed
structural damage and
recorded their findings.
Placards were placed at
each facility indicating sta-
tus for occupancy. Props
were installed to depict
notional damage to be dis-
covered via inspection.
Appropriate site information
was obtained through the
use of GPS and digital pho-
tography. Once all buildings
were assessed, the team
reconvened at the MCV for a
debrief, gear retrograde and
Several means of com-
munications were employed
during this evolution,
including satellite phones,
cellular phones, NMCI com-
puter access, and Enterprise
Land Mobile Radios
The CERT maintained
the NAVFAC Southeast
Center (EOC), established
communications with base
personnel, and communicat-
ed as needed with NAVFAC
NAVFAC Southeast engineer
Rob Schroeder logs data into
a hand-held computer to
record findings after assess-
ing damages to a facility as
part of the HURREX Citadel
Gale 2010 exercise at NAS
Jacksonville May 11.
personnel for reach back
"As we implement im-
provements to our equip-
ment or processes, it is pru-
dent to test them in a simu-
lated environment so that
any problems are identified
and corrected before a real-
life event," said Deliz.
IA PROGRAM: Process modified to
implement improvements for Sailors
From Page 5
duty (TAD) and receive per diem and
entitlements, but Sailors going on a GSA
are actually on permanent change of sta-
tion (PCS) orders and don't receive those
He added, "When delays have occurred
during processing in Norfolk and San
Diego, Sailors on GSA orders were
responsible for out of pocket expenses for
lodging and meals. This program fixes
that disparity. Sailors on OSA orders will
also be in a TAD status."
According to NAVADMIN 171/10, OSA
will be used by enlisted Sailors while
officers will continue to fill IA taskings
through the GSA process.
"Officers have well-defined career
paths and milestones and the GSA pro-
gram allows them to incorporate GSA
tasking into their careers," Dodge said.
"Requests for enlisted forces often came
with much shorter notification times,
which inhibited our ability to assign
enlisted Sailors via GSA orders as part of
the normal PCS process."
OSA will allow Sailors to apply for an
IA assignment 10 to 12 months prior
to their projected rotation date (PRD).
A dedicated OSA team at NPC will be
available to discuss OSA opportuni-
ties and details regarding specific OSA
assignments that match a Sailor's
desires, timing and skill sets.
OSA orders will be executed at the end
Made to order
of the Sailor's normal PCS tour, however,
these assignments will be in a TAD sta-
tus from the current command to ensure
Sailors and their families maintain the
traditional support of a parent command
"The family gets to stay where they
are, where they know the ombudsman
and the commanding officer, and where
they have all the things in place to get
the support they need while their Sailor
is on an IA assignment," Dodge said.
If a Sailor is accepted for OSA, they
will be administratively extended at their
current duty station for the duration of
the IA assignment plus an additional 60
days to facilitate reintegration and prep-
aration for their next PCS move.
Although Sailors will remain assigned
to the parent command, procedures will
be established to account for Sailors fill-
ing IA assignments rather than record-
ing them on board and filling a billet.
Doing so will generate a requisition for
that Sailor at their original PRD, miti-
gating impacts to Fleet readiness.
"The Sailor will remain attached to the
command, but during the OSA tour won't
be counted against the command's man-
power numbers," Dodge said.
Comprehensive business rules will be
provided in a NAVADMIN in July. The
program will rollout by October. Those
Sailors currently in the GSA pipeline will
see no changes to their orders as a result
of modifications to the process.
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By Tami Begasse .
Naval Hospital Jax Public Affairs I
To earn his Eagle
Scout rank, 15-year-
old Dakota Young
- the son of two retired
Navy chief petty officers
- honored a fallen hero
in a very special way. He
and his fellow Boy Scouts
refurbished Naval Hospital
Combat Casualty Care
(TCCC) Course which
was dedicated in memory
of HM3 Julian Woods in
2008. The Jacksonville
native and a former stu-
dent of Edward H. White
High School, was killed in
Fallujah, Iraq in November
Dakota and his fel-
low scouts installed a new
memorial sign with a hinged
protective cover, built four
six-foot benches mounted on
15-foot concrete pads, and
planted four live oak trees
for shade. The project not
only honors Woods, but also
facilitates the training of
military personnel as they
prepare for the challenges
they will face when deployed
to support combat units. The
project was accomplished
with contributions from
the scouts of Troop 837, the
U.S. Navy Sea Cadets from
Gainesville, and local busi-
"I noticed the sign and I
was talking to one of the
corpsman out here and he
said it's been weathered
and I decided that would be
my Eagle Scout card," said
Young. He also said he was
moved to honor the sacri-
fice that Woods made for his
To complete this project,
Photo by CS3 Christopher Glory
Eagle Scout Dakota Young explains his site refurbishment
project to guests at the May 8 re-dedication ceremony for
HM3 Julian Woods' memorial plaque.
Photo by HMI (SW) Michael Morgan
Carolyn and Julius Woods unveil a new plaque on the refur-
bished memorial area dedicated to their son, HM3 Julian
Woods at the Tactical Combat Casualty Care course aboard
NAS Jacksonville. The course is operated by Naval Hospital
Jax to train hospital corpsman by simulating combat condi-
tions they might face on the battlefield.
Dakota designed a project Naval Hospital Jacksonville
plan, met with civilian and Commanding Officer Capt.
military personnel, as well Bruce Gillingham. He also
as pitch the project idea to negotiated for materials and
volunteer labor to see the
project through to comple-
"He was driven to com-
plete this not only for
achieving his Eagle Scout
rank, but also to honor
Julian," said Dakota's mom,
"Julian's picture was on
the front cover of Dakota's
project portfolio as well as
being in the forefront of his
mind during the whole pro-
Woods' mother, Carolyn,
attended the ceremony and
said she was very grateful
for Dakota for taking on this
project. "For a young man
to take such an interest in
this obstacle course, to rede-
sign it, plant the trees that
would someday give shade,
and the new plaque was just
amazing. It was heartfelt
and I'll never forget him for
doing such a great thing,"
After watching a group of
NH Jax hospital corpsmen
train on the course following
the ceremony, Woods said,
"It made me proud to see
what my son went through
in preparing for his service
in Iraq. Knowing that he
carried all that equipment
and he had to be fast with
his hands and just think
fast, I'm very proud of him.
I'd like to thank everyone
who took part in this and
the people who have gone
through the course and
those who will go through
the course in the future I
just want to say thank you."
She also extended her
thanks to everyone at NAS
Jacksonville and the hos-
pital personnel who helped
honor her son's sacrifice.
AX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 20, 2010 13
Photo by Karen Young
New benches were constructed and installed by Boy Scouts
at the Naval Hospital Jax Tactical Combat Casualty Care
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Navy updates PRT
By CS2 Sylvia Morris
In the past couple of years, the Navy
has made significant strides in help-
ing Sailors stay fit. Not only are com-
mand fitness leaders (CFLs) completely
involved in the day-to-day fitness regimen
of their Sailors, but the General Military
Training program on Navy Knowledge
Online offers Sailors greater insight for
physical training and preparing for the bi-
The Navy has made numerous chang-
es in support of physical fitness including
using the elliptical and stationary bike for
testing and ensuring Sailors are exercising
"We seem to be doing more warm-ups
and strength training than in the past
which is a much better way to work out.
Our CFLs are better trained in prevent-
ing injuries and what they are teaching
us is much more beneficial to our health,"
said MUCS Joseph Rundall of Navy Band
Southeast. "The PRT (Personal Readiness
Test) has come a long way and is so much
better to help us stay fit and meet the
Navy personnel are tested semi-annually
and can easily meet or exceed the mini-
mum physical fitness standards, however
for those who can't meet the requirements
there are some consequences. Sailors who
have failed two PRTs in the past three
years will not be assigned to overseas, pre-
commissioning, instructor duty, special
programs billets or Individual Augmentee
ADCS(AW/SW) James Babb, the NAS
Jacksonville CFL, explained some of the
changes to the PRT program. "Anyone hav-
ing three PRT failures within four years,
could automatically receive an administra-
tive discharge. Also, military commands
can no longer waive a PRT or physical fit-
ness assessment (PFA) minimum, due to
deployments. Everyone is required to have
a body composition assessment (BCA)."
"There is a 10-week acclimation period
in effect which means if you are stationed
in a different climate, you have 10 weeks to
acclimate to the new area. Another change
that will take effect this July, states that
commanding officers (COs) will no longer
be allowed to waive a BCA. In the past,
COs were allowed to waive BCAs for those
achieving excellent scores or higher provid-
ed they did not exceed the DoD standard
Photos by CS2 Sylvia Morris
MUSN Nathan Helvey of Navy Band
Southeast counts sit-ups for MUCS Joseph
Rundall during the PRT May 4.
of 26 percent to 36 percent for males and
females respectively. This will no longer be
the case on the next cycle," he continued.
"For PFA Cycle II 2010, if you are not
within 22 to 23 percent for males or 33 to
34 percent for females, you will not pass.
Physical fitness has become much strict-
er for Navy personnel. We are training
warfighters. Our personnel are going on
Individual Augmentee tours and need to
be in shape to keep up with our Army and
Marine counterparts," added Babb.
"If you work out three days a week, you
will maintain the level of fitness where
you're at. We offer a five-day-a-week train-
ing program for those needing some extra
help maintaining the weight and physical
fitness guidelines. Our CFLs run a really
great physical fitness program and we are
here to help our fellow Sailors. The NAS
Jacksonville CFL team are making a dif-
ference. Personnel need to make a lifestyle
change if their ultimate goal is to maintain
the Navy as their career," concluded Babb.
MU3 Jason Frost (foreground right) com-
pletes the push-up portion of Navy Band
Southeast's PRT while MU3 Maxwell Garcia- VP-5 Sailors participate in their command
Gonzales counts his progress. bike PRT at the Fitness Source May 5.
IC2(SW/AW) Jewett (right), a recruiter at the
103rd West Jacksonville Recruiting Station,
assists future Sailors, (from right) Tanyesha
Campbell, Sylvia Lowery, Misty Foster, Anna
Walker, Tatyana Sakara, William Tucker Jr.,
Mike Harris in a mock PRT. Campbell stated
that, "June 16, 2010 will be her entry date
into the Navy and she believes she could do
the run every six months."
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Midway: Before the battle
From Naval History &
After the first record-
ed landing on
the atoll in 1859,
Midway became a United
States possession in 1867.
A trans-Pacific cable sta-
tion was established
in 1903. In 1935, Pan
American Airways used
Sand Island as a stopover
on its new seaplane route
between the U.S. and Asia.
In 1939, a study of U.S.
defense needs recom-
mended Midway as a base
for Navy patrol planes and
submarines. Soon thereaf-
ter, construction began on a
seaplane hangar and other
facilities on Sand Island and
an airfield on the smaller
an important place in
Japanese military planning.
According to plans made
before Pearl Harbor, the
Japanese fleet would attack
and occupy Midway and the
Aleutian Islands in Alaska
as soon as their position in
South Asia was stabilized.
Two Japanese destroyers
bombarded the Navy base
on Midway on December 7,
1941, damaging buildings
and destroying one patrol
plane. In the spring of 1942,
flush with victory after vic-
tory in the Pacific, Japan
prepared to establish a toe-
hold in the Aleutians; to
occupy Midway and convert
it into an air base and jump-
I p 7M
Pilots of the four PBY-5A Cata
the torpedo attack mission
Midway Occupation Force d
1942.(From left) Lt. j.g. Dougl;
Rothenberg (VP-51), Lt. Williar
flew in a VP-24 aircraft on this
ing off point for an invasion
of Hawaii and to lure what
was left of the U.S. Pacific
Fleet into the Midway area
for a decisive battle that
would finish it off.
The Americans had their
own plans for the atoll.
With the fall of Wake Island
to the Japanese in late
December 1941, Midway
became the westernmost
U.S. outpost in the central
Pacific. Defenses on the
atoll were strengthened
between December and
April. Land-based bombers
and fighters were stationed
on Eastern Island. U.S.
Marines provided defen-
sive artillery and infantry.
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reports, Nimitz believed
the Japanese were plan-
ning an attack on Midway.
Top Naval officers in
Washington were not so
sure. They could not believe
that the Japanese would
send a huge fleet to take a
small atoll. It would be like
fishing for minnows with a
Nimitz asked Simard
and Shannon what they
Sr needed to hold the islands.
They reeled off a long list.
He asked Shannon: "If I get
you all these things you say
you need, then can you hold
.s. Navy photo Midway against a major
lina patrol bombers that flew amphibious assault?"
against the Japanese fleet's The reply was a simple
luring the night of June 3, "Yes, sir."
as Davis (VP-24), Ensign Allan Within a week, anti-
m Richards XO of VP-44, who aircraft guns, rifles, and
s mission, and Ensign Gaylord other war materiel arrived
at Midway. Eastern Island
Operating from the atoll's was crowded with Marine
lagoon, seaplanes patrolled Corps, Navy, and Army Air
toward the Japanese-held Force planes fighters, dive
Marshall Islands and Wake, bombers and larger B-17
checking on enemy activi- and B-26 bombers. Every
ties and guarding against piece of land bristled with
further attacks on Hawaii. barbed wire entanglements
There were occasional and guns, the beaches and
clashes when planes from waters were studded with
Midway and those from the mines. Eleven torpedo
Japanese islands met over boats were ready to circle
the Pacific. the reefs, patrol the lagoon,
Adm. Chester Nimitz, pick up ditched airmen, and
Commander of the U.S. assist ground forces with
Pacific Fleet, inspected anti-aircraft fire. Nineteen
Midway in early May 1942, submarines guarded the
conferring with the local approaches from 100 to 200
commanders, Navy Capt. miles northwest and north.
Cyril Simard and Marine By June 4, 1942, Midway
Col. Harold Shannon. was ready to face the
Based on U.S. intelligence approaching Japanese.
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Children's liquid medicines recalled
From Naval Hospital Jax Public Affairs
McNeill pharmaceuticals has recalled certain
brand-name liquid infant's and children's
Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec and Benadryl" prod-
ucts due to manufacturing deficiencies that may affect
quality and purity.
While they stated that the "potential for serious medi-
cal events is remote," the company and the U.S. Food and
Drug Administration are advising consumers who have
purchased these recalled products to discontinue use.
Consumers are encouraged to check their medicine cabi-
nets to determine if they have any of these brand-name
Naval Hospital Jacksonville and its branch clinics stock
generic diphenhydramine, ibuprofen, and cetirizine that
are not affected by this recall.
A complete list of the recalled products can be found on
McNeill's Website: www.mcneilproductrecall.com or call
1-888-222-6036 (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. ET,
and Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET). You can also
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'Click It or Ticket' campaign begins May 24
By Nick Jourdain
NAS Jax Security Department
The National "Click
It or Ticket" cam-
paign runs May 24
- June 6, during which
law enforcement agencies
across the country mobi-
lize to promote safety belt
usage. It's a fact that vehi-
cle safety belts reduce the
risk of serious bodily injury
or death in motor vehicle
crashes by 50 percent.
Even though the NAS Jax
Police Dept. periodically
conducts safety belt inspec-
tions on base, an average
of five to six percent of base
personnel fail to wear seat-
belts while operating their
vehicles on station. Failure
to buckle up by drivers
and passengers allows law
enforcement officers to con-
duct a primary traffic stop
and issue a traffic citation
for the infraction.
"The purpose of this cam-
paign is to educate and
to heighten awareness of
the importance of wear-
ing seatbelts. Remember
that 'Seatbelts Save Lives'
and hopefully, we can save
someone by reminding them
to buckle up," said NAS Jax
Police Dept. Safety Officer
Capt. James Oswald. "As of
April 1, we had 141 motor
vehicle accidents on base,
with seven of them result-
ing in injuries. When some-
one is injured in traffic acci-
dents on base, it impacts
more than just the individu-
als involved there is also
a loss of work production,
monetary impact to the gov-
ernment and the individual,
installation support capa-
bility and Navy readiness.
Buckling up makes sense,
because if you are issued a
ticket on base, it will cost
you four points against your
base driving record. You
are also required to attend
a driver improvement
course. Failure to comply
may result in a suspension
of your base driving privi-
leges." Additionally, the
Florida Highway Patrol and
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office
state that tickets received
off -base for not wearing a
seatbelt are costly. Violators
in Duval County pay $99.
In Clay County, a ticket
costs $114 and both will
impact your insurance rate.
Oswald urges motorists to,
"Be smart and buckle up."
Florida law requires that
all front seat occupants uti-
NAS Jax Traffic Collision Facts for first quarter 2010
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Reason for Collision: 98% driver error; 1.5% mechanical
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Vehicle Activity: 52% backing; 8.5% straight; 12% left
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NEX launches new online store
By Kristine Sturkie
Authorized patrons of the Navy
Exchange (NEX) now have the
added convenience of shopping
online with the launch of its new Web-
based store at www.myNavyExchange.
The new Website features select mer-
chandise such as tactical gear, Navy uni-
forms, Navy Pride items, fitness apparel
and shoes, motorcycle safety gear, watches
"We want our NEX customers to be able
to purchase great merchandise geared
towards our Navy Sailors online," said
Karen Connery, Navy Exchange Service
Command's (NEXCOM) Director of
"This online store will be especially help-
ful for those customers who don't live near
a NEX, like many of our Reservists, retir-
ees and deployed active duty. We want all
our customers to have access to the prod-
ucts they need at the great savings the
NEXCOM oversees NEX operations
worldwide. According to NEXCOM offi-
cials, the new venture is the first phase in
a major leap to satisfy the growing interest
of online shopping in an extremely competi-
tive retail industry.
In conforming with Navy regulations and
privacy concerns, NEXCOM developed a
secure system that validates authorized
customers from those that aren't eligible
before accessing the online store. Once a
customer is confirmed as an authorized
patron, access is granted into the online
store where they can shop and purchase
merchandise. When a transaction is com-
pleted, the site allows customers to track
their purchases and the delivery process.
Customers can also purchase NEX
Gift Cards on the new website. This fea-
ture continues to be available outside
the customer validation firewall for both
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belts). Children between the
ages of 4 and 17 years of
age must be secured in a
safety restraint. Children
from birth to age 3 must
be secured in an approved
child restraint seat.
According to the National
Center for Health Statistics
and the AAA Foundation
for Traffic Safety, motor
vehicle crashes are the sin-
gle largest cause of unin-
tentional injury for ages one
through 65, accounting for
approximately 42,643 inju-
ries annually. The National
Highway Traffic Safety
reported seatbelt use in
2009 stood at 83 percent, a
slight gain from 81 percent
NAS Jax statistics show
traffic accidents on board
the station have reduced
accidents with injuries.
New CO for Navy
Photo by Rebecca Perron
Rear Adm. Alton Stocks, arrives aboard Naval Medical
Center Portsmouth, Va. May 7 to assume command of
Navy Medicine East, Naval Hospital Jacksonville's par-
ent command. Stocks' most recently served as the fleet
surgeon for U.S. Fleet Forces Command in Norfolk and
the Joint Task Force surgeon in Haiti during Operation
Unified Response. He relieves Rear Adm. William Kiser.
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AUTO Sign-up at the outdoor pool,
June 12 at 9 a.m.
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mechanic available for
Open Monday, Thursday &
Friday 12 8 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m.
Free bowling for active duty
11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Color Pin Bowling
5 10 p.m. $2 games
Register now for Summer
After-work Week on
Intramurals on Friday
Youth Adult League on
80 Days of Summer
May 30 Aug. 29
Free give-a-ways through-
out the summer!
Youth bowlers 17 and
younger will receive one
free game everyday until 5
Outdoor Pool Grand
May 22, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
Open weekends through
Sunday, June 13
Summer hours begin June
Free for military and DOD
civilians. $3 for guests.
Learn to swim program
begins June 22.
Spring Sports Challenge
May 20 21
1500 meter relay, auto race,
dodgeball, basketball, kick-
ball, swim relay, volleyball,
badminton, washers, tug-
a-war, CO canoe race and
(Tickets can't be purchased
at ITT for July 4 game)
Jax Sharks Indoor Football
May 22, June 26, July 3
and July 30
$22 per person at the
Veterans Memorial Arena
Coke Zero 400 July 3
From The Turns Box $60
From The Towers $80
All American offer $115
Sprint Fan Zone $25
(pre-race fan zone pass)
Salute To Military $92
(Donation to the WWP-For
each Salute to Military
package, $5 will be donated
to the Wounded Warrior
Subway Jalapeno 250 $25
Webster Flea Market
/ National Veterans
Cemetery Bus Trip June 5
$15 per person
Soul Food Festival June
$30 general admission
$40 preferred admission
$60 VIP admission
Yalaha Country Bakery
and Lakeridge Winery Bus
$20 per person
Carnival of Madness Tour
Also appearing Chevelle,
Puddle of Mudd, Sevendust
July 16 at the Veterans
$58 per person, club seating
FCCJ Artist Series
Radio City Christmas
Spectacular starring the
Dec. 4 at 5 p.m.
Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
$72 per person
Trips, activities and costs
may be restricted to El-E6
single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call
542-3491 for information.
Comedy Zone Trip featur-
ing Henry Cho May 21
Free admission and appe-
Free Jacksonville Suns
Baseball May 28
Departs Liberty Cove at 6
Golf course info: 542-3249
Mulligan's info: 542-2936
Military Appreciation Days
$17 per person, includes
cart & green fees
May 25, June 8 & 22 for
May 27, June 10 & 24 for
retirees & DoD personnel.
0-CLUB & T-BAR
For information on book-
ing command or private
functions at the O'Club or
T-Bar, call the Officers'
Club main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3:30-7:30
Reserve Drill Weekends,
Free Kayak & Canoe
Every Thursday for active
Skipper B Sailing Classes -
$150 per person
Class #4 June 4, 5, 6, 12,
Class #5 July 9, 10, 11, 17,
Class #6- Aug. 6, 7, 8, 14,
Class #7- Sept. 10, 11, 12,
18, and 19
Class #8- Oct. 1, 2, 3, 9,
1548 Park Ave.
2010 Summer Camp -
Registration going on
now for all eligible MWR
Martial Arts Class Tang
Open to CYP patrons
Monday and Thursday, 5:15
$40 one time registration
fee / uniform fee per child
$50 per month for the first
$40 per month for each
Sesame Street Experience -
1067 Atlantic Blvd
June 6, doors open at 1:30
p.m., show begins at 2 p.m.
Tickets will be available
now at the Youth Center,
CDC, ITT and USO.
Limit 4 tickets per family,
exceptions will be made for
Private Pilot Ground School
$500 includes instruction
May 24 June 30
July 12 Aug. 18
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In order to save on paper
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may also sign up to receive
the new digitally enhanced
NEX sales flyer, rather
than have one mailed to
The NEX also offers
e-mail and text messaging
services to inform custom-
ers of events at their local
store, such as special sales
events or guest appearances
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find information regarding
weekly sales, locate NEX
stores and access customer
service features on the new
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what is happening at the
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specific information has
been relocated to a new
website domain under
Naval Supply Systems
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including the programs it
oversees, such as Ship's
Stores; Navy Clothing,
Textile and Research
Facility (NCTRF); Uniform
Office; Navy Lodges and
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navy.mil. The NEXCOM
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hand side of the page under
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20 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 20, 2010
The 'Secrets of Happiness' (Part 3)
By Chaplain (Lt.) Justin Top
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
When I was in high
school there was
a popular saying
that many people used to
help them make choices.
"Live with no regrets!"
I had a quite different
understanding of what I
would and wouldn't regret
back then, but I think the
saying has great value to it.
If you talk to somebody
on their death bed, they
may tell you what kind of
things cause true regret.
There are choices that we
make that can heap guilt
and regret on our backs and
inhibit our happiness. One
of the secrets to true hap-
piness is learning to dump
the burdens of guilt in our
life and really seek to live
our lives with no regrets.
cheat on their
spouse may get
away with it,
and may even
have fun in the
process, but they
will think less of
themselves for it.
steals money will
spending it, but
they will lose self-
(Lt.) Justin Top
respect. A father
may come up with hundreds
of dollars each month to
spend on himself by avoid-
ing child support payments,
but there will always be
something in the back of his
mind that knows he is not
ably. Others may
rumors to get
in their heart
they will feel
their own faults
We may be able
to distract our
minds in order
suppress the feel-
ings of guilt, but as long as
there is a gap between the
way we act and the way
we know we should act -
we will never be completely
happy with ourselves. That
is why it is so important
to do the right thing even
when nobody is looking.
One theory about happiness
looks like this.
Each of us has some
idea of what our ideal self
should be like. We have a
value system that defines
good behavior and points us
toward the life that we feel
we ought to live. The reality
of life, however, is that our
behavior is not ideal. The
way we actually live is often
somewhat below the stan-
dard we set for ourselves.
This theory states that the
farther apart our ideals and
behavior levels (represented
by two lines on this chart)
are, the greater the inter-
You can make yourself
miserable by having too
high of ideals, or too low of
You might be saying, "So
all I have to do is lower
my ideals. If I don't expect
much from myself, then I
can't be disappointed, so
I can be happy." It is not
that simple. Ideals are pro-
grammed into your brain
by yourself and society
around you. The key is to
find a way to be satisfied
with the progression of your
life and the direction you
are heading. So if you are
feeling regret or guilt at
your behavior and want to
try to get your lines closer
together, here are some sug-
Change Your Behavior
(Duh!) You already know
you should change unac-
ceptable behavior. If that is
the case, ask somebody for
help. Decide to change your
life so you no longer have to
carry the burden of conflict.
Set realistic goals and
ideals People usually set
upon themselves. It can be
a huge burden to be a per-
fectionist. Though we all
want to be better, we have
to realize our limitations.
Remember the direction you
are facing is more impor-
tant that the speed you are
going. Be patient with your-
real self worth
Don't let the wrong sourc-
es define the "ideal you"
or influence your behav-
ior. Magazine covers and
Hollywood are not the best
references for what your life
should be like. You need to
understand why you are
important and what makes
you great as a person.
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One day at Arlington
By Beth Wilson
R egular readers may recall
that I lived many years in the
Washington, DC area. While the
beltway may be the center of power for
the nation, it is also a major repository of
There are two holidays celebrated in
DC that cannot be rivaled anywhere else;
Memorial Day and Independence Day.
While I visited Arlington National
Cemetery as a senior in high school, I lived
in DC six years before making a second
journey to 'Arlington.' That trip took place
on Memorial Day. My father, a World War
II and Korean War Navy Veteran was
in town and wanted to visit this sacred
As we rounded the Jefferson-Davis
Highway the sight of the American Flags
on each white grave marker took my breath
away. Out of the corner of my eye I saw my
father wipe away a tear that escaped down
Each year, just prior to Memorial Day
weekend, a tradition called "Flags In" is
Soldiers of the 3rd U.S. Infantry, also
known as The Old Guard, honors fallen
heroes by placing American flags before
the gravestones of service members bur-
ied at Arlington National Cemetery and
the U.S. Soldier's and Airmen's National
Taking approximately three hours,
every available soldier serves to place the
American flag one foot in front and cen-
tered before each grave marker. More than
260,000 gravestones, 7,300 niches (at the
cemetery's columbarium) and another 13,
500 flags are placed at the Soldier's and
Airmen's Cemetery (located nearby).
As part of the Memorial Day weekend
activity Old Guard soldiers (the Army's
official ceremonial unit) remain in the cem-
etery ensuring that a flag remains at each
The trip to Arlington with my father
transcends words. I watched my father
read gravestones of fellow WWII and
Korean War veterans, lingering lon-
ger at a few. We stood at the Tomb of the
Unknowns during the changing of the
My father, a man of Puritan heritage and
British descent, was a man of few words.
Though he is a Purple Heart recipient, he
shared little about his time in the Navy till
nearer his death. As we left Arlington that
day, my father quietly said, "They were
good men, Beth, they were good men."
If you have never visited a national cem-
etery on Memorial Day let me suggest that
you take the opportunity this year.
Many locations offer special ceremonies
to commemorate the day so call ahead or
check the website.
May I invite you to tune into my show
on May 27 when my guest will be Thomas
Sherlock, historian of Arlington National
Beth and Homefront in Focus are cel-
ebrating the Year of the Enlisted Spouse.
Logon to www.enlistedspousecommunity.
com to learn more and nominate the amaz-
ing enlisted spouse in your life. Contact
Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to be the best possible parent
From Fleet and Family Support Center Parenting with Love and Logic is for
parents of children ages 1-10. Hours are 1-3
L earn effective ways to deal with p.m.
common parenting challenges and June 1, 8, 15, 22 Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28
problems, so that you raise happy Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23
and healthy kids. FFSC workshops are Active Parenting of Teens is for parents
free to service members and their fami- of children ages 11-18. Hours are 1-4 p.m.
lies. Pre-registration is required at 542- May 18, 25 Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24
2766. Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 20, 2010 21
Photo by Vic Pitts
Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers Rear Adm. Tim Matthews (left) presents a com-
mander's coin to Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE) artisans during a site visit
April 30. Two teams of planner/estimators, sheet metal mechanics and aircraft mechan-
ics led by Joe Fash traveled to NAS Whiting Field, Fla. and NAS Corpus Christi, Texas to
repair cracks in the rudder assemblies on numerous T-34 Beechcraft training aircraft.
The repairs were completed in less than 60 days to ensure new military pilots could con-
tinue their vital training.
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22 JAX AIR NEWS, NASJACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 20, 2010
/ m Southeast Military Invitational Golf Tournament held
I From Staff I .. g iM I I
Photos by Cheryl Ledoux
The ladies battle it out during Waves Regatta sponsored by
the Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club May 8.
rocks the river
From the Navy Jax Yacht Club
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club sponsored the
Waves Regatta May 8. This regatta is the first of
the year for the North Florida Women's Sailing
Network. Most yacht racing is conducted by mixed crews,
but the Wave Regatta rules require that no males may
touch the helm once the boat crosses the starting line.
Following a breakfast reception at the club, Commodore
Brian Paul welcomed the racers to the skippers' meeting
and safety brief. "Safety of your boats and crews is your
first priority," said Paul.
Principal Race Officer Steve Duve then described the
race course and distributed the sailing instructions to each
crew. The crews then headed to the docks to prepare their
boats and get underway.
Dockmasters Bob Quick, Lou Heinricher and Phil
Pellowski ensured the fleet cleared the docks safely and
without incident. The committee boat, "Barco Sin Vela,"
skippered by Darryl and Lynn Currie took up station at
the western end of the start line. At the east end of the
start line was a large yellow cylinder set by skipper Lee
Ledoux's safety boat "Scooter."
The race began promptly at noon and the boats took
advantage of the southwest wind as they stormed up the
river to the first mark. The safety/photo boat "Scooter"
escorted the racers. This windward leg was a battle with
each of the four boats having the lead at some point. As
they rounded the mark, the downwind leg began to spread
out the fleet. Each boat rounded Marker "E" in front of the
Rudder Club and headed for the finish line with sails full
and rails close to the water. One by one, they returned to
"When these ladies take charge, they really take
charge," Paul said at the awards ceremony. Taking first
place in the non-spinnaker class was "Salsa Verde," a J-30
sailboat skippered by Magalie Laniel with a corrected time
of 1:50:10. In second place was "Kaos," a Hobie 33 sailboat
skippered by Kim Brew with a corrected time of 1:55:14.
Third place went to "Liberty Call," a C&C 30 sailboat
skippered by Rosanne Vernon with a corrected time of
1:58:55. First place in the Cruiser Class was "Bernoulli,"
a Pierson 36 sailboat skippered by Marianne Davis with
a corrected time of 2:11:40 finishing fourth overall for the
9.6 nautical mile course.
This race is just one of the regattas sponsored by the
yacht club. This race would not have been possible with-
out the volunteer members of the Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club. Our thanks to the following members: Jeannie
Bailey, Lynn Quick, Bob Quick, Steve Duve, Cheryl and
Lee Ledoux, George Johnston, Myke Isenberg, Annette
Paul, PJ and Lou Heinricher, Dave Bailey, Phil Pellowski,
Ryan Field and Darryl and Lynn Currie.
To learn more about sailing, contact the Navy
Jacksonville Yacht Club at 778-0805 or visit navyjack-
sonvilleyachtclub.org. For sailing classes and information,
contact the Mulberry Cove Marina at 542-3260.
More than 60 active
duty and retired
every military branch com-
peted in the Southeast
Military Invitational Golf
Tournament May 5 7 at
The winning team hailed
from Camp LeJeune, N.C.
and the top individual golf-
er was from Ft. Meade, Md.
Under blue sky and
mild temperatures, golf-
ers had to contend with
gusty winds. The top-30
golfers (low rounds) from
Wednesday and Thursday
played Friday for the indi-
Established in 1943, NAS
Jacksonville Golf Course
offers 27 holes of champi-
onship golf for people of all
ages and skill levels. The
Red and White nines are
par 36, while the Blue nine
is par 35. The Red/White
course is a demanding
6,890 yards, par 72. The
course consists of beauti-
ful tree-lined fairways
and complemented with
lakes. It's one of the finest
golf courses in Northeast
Florida. A full practice
facility is available, as well
as PGA professional staff.
HMC Chris Dotson of Naval
Hospital Jacksonville was
proud that his son, Kyle,
S/ served as his caddy during
U Zthe final round.
Photos courtesy of MWR
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay (cen-
ter) congratulates the winning Southeast Military Invitational
Tournament team from Camp LeJeune, N.C. (From left) Cpl.
Eric Jordan, Capt. Tony Apperson, Master Sgt. Chris Martinez
and Lt. Col. Mike Brown.
I U I
NAS Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer Jack
Scorby Jr. congratulates
retired CPO Rod Frank, of
Ft. Meade, Md., who was
the best of 30 golfers vying
for the Southeast Military
Invitational Tournament indi-
Retired CPO Rod Frank tees
off from the par-5 White
Course No. 8, during the
final round of the Southeast
Military Invitational Golf
Tournament May 7 at NAS
Please take short CYP survey!
The Child and Youth
needs to hear from
you if you have a child (or
more than one) who lives
with you at any time dur-
ing the year and who is eli-
gible to participate in Navy
Please enter this link into
your web browser to take
a short survey: https://
The survey covers such
areas as child care needs,
hours of care you might
need, school transportation,
youth programs, and youth
sports options. It will only
take about 10 minutes and
will help to determine the
needs of all eligible patrons
aboard the base.
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written survey instead of
the on-live survey, you may
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NAS JAX SPORTS
Photos by CS2 Sylvia Morris
A group of runners take off from the starting line during the annual Memorial Day 5K Run on
Runners participate in Memorial Day 5K
Captain's Cup Wiffle Ball League Meeting May
Open to all NAS Jax active duty, command DOD,
DOD Contractors and selective reservists. Meet
at 11:30 a.m. at the base gym to discuss rules and
obtain required paperwork. Commands whose
athletic officer or designated representative attend
the meeting receive five Captain's Cup points.
Captain's Cup Kickball League Forming
Open to all NAS Jax active duty, selective
reservists, command DoD and DoD contractor
personnel. The league plays at lunchtime on
Monday and Wednesday. Stop by the base gym to
get rules and required paperwork.
Captain's Cup 3-on-3 Sand Volleyball League
Open to all NAS Jax active duty, command DoD,
DoD contractors and selective reservists. The
games play at lunchtime. Stop by the base gym to
get rules and required paperwork.
Summer Intramural Golf League Forming
Open to all NAS Jax active duty, command DoD,
DoD contractors and selective reservists. Stop by
the base gym to get rules and required paperwork.
Sports Officials And Scorekeepers Needed
North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer,
softball, football, volleyball and wrestling at NAS
Jax. Scorekeepers also needed for basketball.
Experience not required. Contact NAS Jax Gym
For more information, call Bill Bonser,
at 542-2930 or e-mail: email@example.com.
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By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO
participated in this
Day 5K Run May 14. The
event was sponsored by the
NAS Jacksonville Morale
Welfare and Recreation
Taking first overall and
first in the men's 45-49
category was Encarnacion
Nunez of the Branch Health
Clinic with a time of 18:08.
Coming in first over-
all and first in the wom-
en's 38-44 category was
Barbara Gowdy of the U.S.
Coast Guard with a time of
Other winners were:
29 & Under
1. Alexi Pokrischkin, Branch
Medical Clinic Jax, 18:19
2. Mark Sanchez, VP-30, 18:38
3. Richard Brown, Regional
Component Command, 19:43
1. Chris Maurer, VP-30, 22:23
2. Yasir Archibold, Reservist,
3. John Zezulka, Navy
Operational Support Command,
1. Shane Waterman, VP-30,
2. Rob Patrick, VP-10,
3. James Rorer, Fleet
Southeast (FRCSE), 22:34
Encarnacion Nunez of
Branch Health Clinic comes
in first overall and in the
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time of 18:10.
2. Robert Guy, Fleet Industrial
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50 & Over
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After the run, partici-
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ARGYLE, 3/2, LR, DR,
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overed patio, fenced yard.
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kit equip $500mo+dep.
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yard, 1700sf. $1250/mo
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plygrnd, eat-n-kit., brk-
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SPCS 3/2 $1250. Vic-
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community pool, play-
ground, 20min's to May-
port. Scott 904-424-0280
WESTSIDE TH, 3/2.5,
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Westside- Lovely block 4/2
w/gar, 1900sf, fncd yrd,
5741 Tempest $1195mo
Call Angelo 626-4200
Westside 4br/2ba, fully
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+ dep. 5617 Tempest St.
1.5bath, fenced yard,
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lease. 772-1136, 635-0028.
WESTSIDE Off 103rd
1BR & 2BR, $595 & $695,
Fenced yard, No W/D hook
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Middleburg, Clay Hill
4/2 DW on 5 very priv,
high & dry acres. Loc.
close to schools & Fire
Station 13, off Nolan Rd.
& Big Branch. New
metal roof, new inside
plumbing, frplc, gas stove,
W/D, water softener,
walk in pantry & closets.
Cable & phone ready.
Adults. No Smoking, No
Pets. $1,000mo + utils
$500 sec. dep. Ref. req'd
By appt only, call
904-718-6747 Must see to
appreciate. lyr lease req'd
Owner will consider selling
0 DEPOSIT FROM $395
1 & 2 BR weekly/monthly
WESTSIDE Private SW
3/2, ch&a, no pets
$600mo + dep. 813-8713
porches, wood firs, gar, A -LL (YV4) JUJ-ZZIZ.
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an Marco 2BR +offc, ch&a
brkfst rm, end rear prch
w/ w/d hkup, carport, no
pet/smkr $785mo 725-3933
N'side Furn, ph, TV w/d,
ch&a $100-$130wk 838-4587
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and to set a personal
interview call 268-5163,
or email your resume to
CDL CLASS B required.
Must maintain, repair &
upgrade our equipment.
Diesel Hydraulic exp. a
plus. Good driving his-
tory a must. Comp. wage
& bnfts. Apply @ 1100
Blasius Rd call
904-425-6741 for dir. fax
resume to : 904-425-6744
besides protecting our country, military
personnel stationed in our communities
donated 650,620 hours of volunteer
service in Northeast Florida and
outheast Georgia last year. Their time
'as given to community organizations,
urch groups, youth activities, scouting
owflirNeMws iViirrnr P.oriaSPCO
Tower Techs & Foremen
Betacom Inc. is hiring
Techs & Foremen in our
Jacksonville, FL loca-
tion. Candidate must
either live local or be
available for relocation.
Qual. cand. need to have
telecom or electronics
exp. The ability to climb
& not be afraid of
heights is required.
Must be experienced in
all aspects of line and
antenna system installa-
tion, replacement and
climber cert preferred.
are a plus. Cand. must
be able to pass a drug
test, background &
driving check. We are
We offer exc. benefit
packages & competitive
salaries. Job reference:
Jax. To apply: email:
inc.com or fax to
CDL A, 1 yr OTR &
Good MVR Required.
Join a growing
company with benefits
& miles = $$$$$$$
Solid Waste Industry
Advanced Disposal Services
,a growing leader in the
Waste Industry is looking
for drivers in its 3 Metro
Applicants must have at
least a Class B CDL, 3
years prior driving expe-
rience, a CLEAN MVR
for the past 3 years with
no maior violations in the
past 5 years. If you are
looking for steady work
and a chance to grow
with a strong company in
a weak economy, please
apply at any one of the 3
ADS locations: 7580 Phil-
ips Highway, Jackson-
ville, 1336 Kavie Court,
Green Cove Springs, and
3515 Agriculture Center
Drive, St. Augustine. All
applicants must bring a
recent copy of their MVR
when filling out an appli-
cation. EOE M/F/D/V
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Hospitality Softnet seeks retired military to serve as an independent contractor part-time for hotel and
food and beverage facility Service Standard Assessment projects. Potential candidates must be retired
with base privileges with an E-7 or higher ranking with the ability to travel overseas.
In 1990, Hospitality Softnet started as a firm that assisted hotel companies and ownership groups with
marketing support services that increased revenues and profits. Today, we offer both operational and
marketing support to independent owners as well as large corporations within the hospitality industry.
Our business philosophy remains the same as when we started our company To deliver outstanding
services with speed, accuracy, and integrity that will aid ownership with critical decisions made within
Therefore, Service Standard Assessors must be strong communicators with excellent report writing skills,
detail-oriented and able to represent themselves as real business or leisure travelers. Assessors must be
available to accept assignments and able to meet reasonable deadlines.
REQUIREMENTS: EXPENSES PAID FOR BY
Laptop with MS Word 2000 or higher, Air fare to and from the location
Excel and Outlook Car rental
Ability to email compressed files Lodging when required
internationally (international modem) Food per diem
Digital camera Parking
Valid passport Reasonable preapproved travel expenses
CURRENT COMPENSATION STRUCTURE:
$300.00 per assignment
$500.00 per assignment
$ 75.00 per assignment
NO CREDIT CHECKS
CRST Van Expedited
3.0 Ton HP Installed $2495
All Prices Listed Online
Get Instant AC Quote now
linc. Now enrolling:
respite care, meals
Need A Good Plumber??
Free Est. Repair, repipe
sewers, water heaters
small jobs ok, kit/ba remod
904-520-9305 Lic# CFC024544
Looking for a few men
and women that are
serious about losing
weight! Call for an appt.
AC, Heating, Fuel
Arts & Crafts
Machinery & Tools
Wanted to Buy or Trade
S AIR CLEANER
Hunter floor modei,
|w/ionizer & precipi-
tator, 3 speed,
timer, filter, indicator.
Works great. $45.
WANTED TO BUY Wa
patches etc Old L SMC
A -HP Photosmart 7760
Printer Barely used
Antique & Vintage
Christofle Silver &
Crystal. Obiets, Framed
Art & Collectibles from
the simple to the sub-
lime. 8am to 4pm daily,
May 20, 21, 22 only.
1142 Peachtree St., 32207
Estate/ Moving Sale
Sat. & Sun., 9a-6p
112 Glenmawr Ct.,
Ponte Vedra. BR & DR
sets, antiques, maiolica,
furniture, dishes, TV's &
*ITEMS FROM 3 ESTATES*
China, Glass, Royal
Comnn em., Books,
Oriental Tables &
Lamps, Old Bamboo,
Old Quilts, Dolls & much
much more. Fri. & Sat.,
9a-4p & Sun., 10a-2p.
5334 Della Robbia Way
By: KAS, Inc.
SOUTHSIDE 3207 Prather
Drive, Thursday, Fri-
day 9-4, Saturday 9-2.
I Mattress Set I
I Still In The Factory n
Sealed Plastic I
I $100.00 I
Bdrm SET 5-PC CHERRY
MUST SELL. $250
BED A BARGAIN
New Queen Pillowtop
Sets $95 365-0957
BED: QUEEN PILLOW-
TOP. Brand new still in
plastic... Mattress and
box. $100. 554-9018
, DINING SET-China
Hutch table, 6 chrs
solid wood, good
cond., 1 Chair dam-
age. Asking $290.
Huge Furniture Tent Sale
Friday 5/21 -Sunday 5/23.
Scratch and dent, discon-
tinued models, 2009
models. Must clear out
for new inventory! 6024
103rd St. 904-777-1444
& Leather Sofa's
cream color, exc.
Lcond. $350 for both.
W Mike H: 230-0555.
Like New twin
crown royal mat-
tress set, bed frame
and hdbrd. Asking $175.
LIVING RM SET-
Couch, chair color
off white, good
cond. Asking $180.
904-291 -2388/: 305-4054
JA MASSAGE CHAIR
black $100. Cal I
Pillowtop Set $130
I Red 92" Microfiber
Sofa w/pi I lows.
Great cond. Only
2y/o, asking $375.
4 Cargo Bunk Bed set
ladder & newer
4 Leather Loveseat's,
glass tbl, foot rest,
side tbl, etc. Good cond.
Argyle 7923 Amandas
Crossing W. Sat. 7-2 misc
items, patio furn exc cond
Ashford Comm. Yard Sale
on Crystal Springs Rd.
Sat, 5/22 Starting @7:30a
Lake Asbury- Sat., 7a-3p
Audrianne Ln. Hwy 218,
1 mile West of CR739
Middleburg- Huge Sale!
Sat., 5/22, 8am-? 2135
Compound Ln. *Look for
signs* Furn, beds &
other household items!!
Sc R P o R A T I 0 N
Full-time position. Responsible for the NFO cur-
riculum revision and maintenance (R&M) effort
for the Training Media and Materials System for
the P-3 Aircraft Fleet Replacement Squadron
(FRS). Specifically, the NFO SME will be
responsible for changes to the P-3 FRS NFO cur-
ricula resulting from changes to aircraft, weapon
systems, and tactics that impact training and the
expansion to include FRS, Reserve, and FMS
training support. Changes include areas such as
aircraft engineering change proposals, changes in
tactics, local course rules, Flight Information
Publications (FLIP), NATOPS manuals, software,
maintenance manuals, and other documentation.
Education & Experience:
Must have recent P-3 NFO (Naval Flight Officer)
experience. Must have been designated as a P-3
Tactical Coordinator. (TACCO). Prior FRS expe-
rience is desired. Work location will be VP-30 at
NAS Jacksonville, FL.
Reply to this Job at 13365235@FTUJobs.com
$ 65.00 per assignment
$200.00 each way
KaenKjrgar, iretr fTriig n Rcuimn
Ponte Vedra-Huge 2 Family
sale, Sat., 9a-2p. 189
Summerfield Dr. Turn
W at Corona light on
A1A. Bargains Galore!
Furn, silver, art, etc.
Sandalwood H.S., May 22
Carnival, crafts, jewelry,
San Jose- 3859 Via De La
Reina Fri & Sat, 8a-2p
Westside Bent Creek Golf
Course Community Yard
Sale Fri. 5/21 & Sat. 5/22,
8am-until. 1-295 west to
103rd left on Piper Glenn
across from Bishop
Snyder H.S. Rain or
Shine. Public Welcome!
WESTSIDE Comm. Sale
Settlers Landing &
Pilgrims Trace @ Collins
Rd. & Argyle 8am, 5/22.
Westside- Sat., 8A-12N
1221 Orton St. HH, some
collectible items, more!
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
SHREDDER $200 or
best offer. Used less
than 5hrs. 859-5567
Call David at: 382-2658
twin double $5each.
Stainless sink &
faucet $45. Fabaware
Mixmaster $30. 771-2917
mountable, (1 )
18" wide, 20"H, 13" deep.
, COMIC BOOKS. All
kinds Marvel, DC,
Hulk, Spawn, Wol-
verine, etc. Great
prices. Bob 631-9755
Call David at: 382-2658
70D15 4-Lug spare
tire, good cond.,
$20; Ziliian 20 swing
i cymbal, stand, twin
Ludwig mallets, $100.
4 14' Whirlpool Refrig
frost free less than
2 yrs old. $125.
S TOOL BOX. Hard,
Plastic, (2) ift out
trays, 24"L, 11" H.
-G rrt cond. $10.
ATTN United Hunters
Meeting- To all hunters,
let us help you find a
place to hunt at a rea-
sonable price. Clubs
invited, let us help you
find members. Land
owners welcome, let us
help you to find clubs.
Nassau Cty Fairground,
Sat May 15 at 12pm.
Please come, lets talk.
SB buying Comic
Books for personal
paid on spot.
$Cash$ for junk cars
200+. Free towing, lost
titles. Jim 904-781-3813
L WANTED: War
Paid! Priv. collec-
tor seeking WWI/11
US, German, Japanese
daggers, swords, hel-
m et s, m edal s.
Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
BOXER PUPPIES AKC,
Brindle and Flashy
Brindle. Florida Health
Bullmastiff AKC Pup
Female. Brindle. Vac-
cines, wormed & health
certs. $1000. 904-612-9246
Chihuahua Purebred Pups
CKC reg., s/w, M/F
$250 cash 904-755-8815
Chihuahua female 12 wks
gray w/white paws, lov-
able, playful, shots up to
date $275 cash 764-6436
C OC KATOO, sweet,
friendly loves attn.
Comes w/ Ig cage. Ask
8 weeks $250.
English Bulldog Puppies.
AKC. Born March 23,
2010 They will be ready
to go to new homes on
May 19th. 904-813-3566
English Bulldog Pups AKC
Champion lines, all colors
avl now. $1400 904-607-4488
PUPPIES Male and
female, $500 each AKC
reg, all shots up to date
Contact for info
605-368-6247 or email
FREE 2 male Bassett
Hounds need a good
home for. If you are
interested, please call
FREE CATS Young
Adults spayed, neut.,
declawed white &
German Shepherd Pups
AKC, H/C Ready Now!
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS
Lab Puppies AKC Sale
Black, yellow, choc.
$400. shots. 706-595-3786
LAB PUPPIES AKC
Wow! Only $350ea Yellow
3-M & 1-F. Waycross Ga.
1 -912-449-4827 1 -912-816-7316
Labs AKC Yellow $700
Ready 5/8 Call 284-6606
Pekingese Puppies CKC
Beautiful coat $600
Call for pics 352-591-2271
POODLE- Standard Male
AKC Parti lyr, $700.
Rat Terrier Pups UKCI,
many colors $350-$450.
SHIH TZU PUPS 9 wks
1 F & 2M toys, 1M reg sz,
tricolor, parents on site.
$650 & up. Call from 2p
-7p. 904-716-0211, 708-9186
Soft Coated Wheaten Ter-
rier puppies ACA No
shed 8 wks on June 3
t FREE to good
home 3yr old
all shots, neutered.
Great family pet.
Yorkiepoo, Shih-Poo &
Chihuahua Pups. Cute,
small. Cash only
Appaloosas, QH, & 1
Paint. Registered &
graded. New foals to
4 Horse SL trailer & 2004
F350 Dually. 912-729-4087
Boat Dockage & Rentals
RV's & Suppliers
Motorcycles & Mini Bikes
$2000 or Less
1800 Regal Boat "04, 203
Puppies Bumastiff hours and a 4.3 V6 Volvo
Crossed /w American Penta engine. Asking
Bulldog 2 males left. $12,000 904-803-3823
1978 GALAXY 19"
Mercruiser, Deep V
Hull exc. cond.,
interior good cond., out-
drive needs work.
Galvanized trir. 472-6291
w/trlr. 40hrs. Great
Two Yamaha FX HO
Jetskis with trailer. 2007
with <35 hours! $14K.
BMW K1200LT 2006.
11900 mi. ABS, heated
seats and grips, GPS,
CB, reverse gear.
Harley Davidson Road
King FLHR 2008
Original owner. Garage
kept. Color black. 6300
mi. $14,500. 904-794-0418
Harley Davidson Ultra
Classic 2004. 12,250 mi;
two-tone blue; $12,000
Honda VTX1300 06 Estate
Sale. Runs great, 10K
miles. $1,500 extras.
$5,250 firm. 616-3474.
t 2007 HD 883 Spor-
ster 2800mi's, exc.
cond. $4900. Call
t 2001 883 Harley
with extra's, lower-
ing kit, cust. paint,
low mileage, garage
kept. Call 912-674-3236
S1996 Harley David-
son DYNA low rider
custom paint job
garage kept leather
saddle bags $4500. Call
C Heavy Duty Hitch
fit any truck or
Windstar Van. Ask-
i n g $ 5 0.
1987 Mercedes Benz 300E
red paint,lotsof new & extra
Mercedes Benz '87 Cony,
only 31k mi, 1 owner,
$25,000. Call 904-874-3772
1 9 8 7 B U IC K
itrcar, orig. owner,
ICE cold A/C, must sell
$1500obo. Call 386-8154
19 1996 DODGE
Avenger 4cy, auto,
trans, new tires,
A new ignition mod-
ule needs trans work.
Audi A-62008 4.2 Quatro,
S-Li ne 24,300 miles,
Loaded, $38,500. Excel-
lent condition 19" pre-
mium alloy wheels, sun-
roof, black ext & leather
interior, power seats,
tiptronic AWD trans-
mission, Bose Premium
sound, etc. Call Earl
9 0 4 9 1 0 4 3 1 5 /
Chevy Corvette '03 50th
Anniv. Edition, as new
cony., auto, 16,600 low
mi, Ioaded $29,900 CallI
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.
JEEP RUBICON '07, 4
dr, white, soft top, 43,000
mi, $20500. 904-.556-1372
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Restaurant and Lounge: $ 75.00 per assignment
Overseas travel from US:
L-3 Communications, A Fortune Top 10 Aerospace and Defense company,
is hiring Direct positions for our Platform Integration Division at our Waco,
We are looking for C-130 and P-3 (Multiple Platforms) Subject Matter
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Systems Engineers Airborne ISR-ELINT/COMINT
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CNS/ATM Integration/Test Support Engineers
Please visit us online for basic qualifications and to apply:
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer, M/F/D/V. Ability to obtain a security clearance required.
SMAZDA RX8 '04-
$10,500 firm. 904-556-6107
i Al"l III e
classic, 6cyl, 4dr,
white, bk-i nt., good
cond., good cruiser
130, 712, new tires, bar-
gain $3550. Call 772-0489
S3251 BMW '06, 39k
T $19,500. Manuel
transom. 904 525 0063
A 2002 SEBRING con
cond., asking $2500.
A HONDA VTX 1800cc
Garage kept. Low
miles, new tires,
looks brand new
chrome custom LED's
backrest fairing. $5900.
TOYOTA CAMRY LE
2000 white, 118K mile,
leather seats, great
shape. $5500. 904-737-6346
4 1998 CHEVY
BLAZER LS 4x4,
2dr, 134kmi's, sun
roof, auto, V6/4.3,
new tires. Tom 891-2659
FORD F250 1999 Lariat
Super Duty $7500 gas
mileage 116,500 good
'07 SR-5 PreRunner
V6 only 7K AT,
Lthr, bed-liner back
up sensors, like new
$20,999. Call 904-731-8533
Ford Ranchero 1979
for parts 302 motor C6
trans good body parts
(grill, tires, hood, fend-
ers, tailgate, wind-
shield) Make offer on
whole or pieces! Call
JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 20, 2010 27
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
CADILLAC-SAAB OF ORANGE
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
1550 Cassat Ave.
JERRY HAMM CHEV
3494 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
2330 US1 South 3544421
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000
1-95 Ext 373, Fer Bch.
2330 US1 South 354-4421
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 77-5500
1-95 Exit 373, Fem Bch.
1-95 N. Exdt 129 (Yulee)
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy.
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
9650 Atlantic Bld. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900
LOU SOBH HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333Phillips Hwy. 370-1300
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000
1-95 Exit 373, Fer Bch.
KIA OF ORANGE PARK
6373 Blanding Blvd.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000
LEXUS OF ORANGE PARK
7040 Blanding Blvd. 777-5100
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
MIKE SHAD FORD
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673
6916 BlandingBlvd. 779-0600
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 AtlanticBlvd. 724-1080
of ORANGE PARK
7018 Blanding Blvd. 777-5900
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave.
230 Kenneth Gay Dr.
SUBARU OF ORANGE PARK
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle.
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 CassatAve. 3894561
11401 Philips Hwy. 322-5100
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
Conrclal Leasing SInce 1955
2810 St. Augustine Rd.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694
A Family owned Business
2126 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach
BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
Family Owned Since 1967
6833 Beach Blvd.
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
O'STEEN VW CERTIFIED
11401 Philips Hwy.
WORLD IMPORTS CERTIFIED
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
11650 BEACH BLVD.
28 JAx AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, May 20, 2010
#9D200348 MSRP: $19,040
ONLY 2 NEW 2009 DODGE
LOADED WITH LEATHER!
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On US HWY 17 between Orange
Park and Green Cove Springs.
Convenient from the North or South.
All prices plus tax, title, license and $398.50 dealer adm/service fee. See dealer for details. In stock vehicles only. All prices reflect some eligibility requirements. Not all customers will qualify. AWhen financed through Chrysler Financial. *To qualified buyers with approved credit
$16.67 per $1000 financed with $0 down. **To qualified buyers with approved credit on select models. 1.9% for 60 months: $17.48 per $1000 financed; 3.9% for 72 months: $15.59 per $1000 financed; with $0 down payment.
+Cash back with 1.9% x 72months in lieu of 0% APR x 60months on select vehicles through Chrysler Financial. #Must qualify. Dealer not liable for misprints in this advertisement. All vehicles subject to prior sale. All offers end 5/31/10.
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