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HSL-42 detachment pursues pirates

By Lt. j.g. Tim Grant
and t. j.g. Hector Ferrell
HSL 42 :


After three-and-a-half
months at sea, the
"Misfits" of HSL-42
Detachment Five remain under-
way and fighting the good fight.
In this short time, the detach-
ment has performed some
remarkable and ground-breaking
achievements.
The Misfits conducted seven
multi-national maritime interdic-
tion operations, disrupting pirate
operations in the Gulf of Aden
and Somali Basin. These opera-
tions have brought stability to the
region and developed a rapport
with the local mariners. In addi-
tion to disrupting pirate opera-
tions, detachment strengthened
the joint ties with many allied
nations.
When the Misfits aren't using
their guns, they're collecting
intelligence. The detachment
spent many flight hours along the
coast of Somalia conducting valu-
able reconnaissance of pirated
vessels and campsites. If the say-
ing is true, that "one picture is
worth a thousand words," then
the Misfits are writing an ency-
clopedia on piracy.
The ground-breaking achieve-
ments would not be possible with-
out the superior performance of
the detachment's maintenance
team. Behind every flight hour,
there are five maintenance hours.
Led by AMC Mark Benino and
AD1 Shawn Palyo, maintainers
successfully accomplished four
phases on the aircraft and more


An SH-60B Seahawk helicopter from
the background.
than 2,500 hours of labor so far.
The fruit of their labor has been
the availability of the aircraft to
perform its mission safely and
with great success.


Photo by Lt. Matt Woods
the HSL-42 Detachment Five "Misfits" rests on the flight deck of USS Farragut (DDG 99) as a pirate skiff burns in


The Misfits reached several
personal milestones while at sea.
Lt. Cmdr. Stephen Baugh, the
detachment's air boss, attained
3,000 hours total flight time.


Detachment Maintenance Officer
Lt. Jeff Pinney and Operations
Officer Lt. Matt Woods achieved
1,000 hours of flight time in
model aircraft.


Halfway through deployment,
the detachment continues its mis-
sion success and looks forward to
reuniting with friends and family
at NAS Jacksonville.


Photos by Clark Pierce
MSRON-10 Reservists from throughout the Southeast and
Midwest are training at NS Mayport and Port Canaveral.


Security squadron


launches summer


exercise on St. Johns

By Clark Pierce
Editor




Navy Reservists
assigned to
Maritime
Expeditionary
Security Squad- ,
ron (MSRON)
10, headquar- -
tered at NAS
Jacksonville,
launched seven BM1 Christopher Ortiz carries a box of
high speed ammo to his patrol boat docked at NAS
patrol boats at Jacksonville.
Mulberry Cove Marina on the St. Johns River June 7 and
set course for NS Mayport to practice anti-terrorism and
force protection (AT/FP) skills.
BMC Ed Hagan explained, "We'll be training up to certify

See MSRON, Page 5


Environmental team



briefs civilian counterparts

From the NAS lax
Environmental Office -


NAS Jax Environmental De-
partment personnel briefed
more than 100 Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection (FDEP) Northeast District
leadership and staff on the station's
many environmental, energy and
encroachment-protection initiatives
- including NAS Jax's environmental
compliance partnership with FDEP,
City of Jacksonville and NS Mayport
over the last nine years.
NAS Jax Environmental Director
Kevin Gartland, stated, "the part-
nership has significantly improved
Navy compliance as Navy/FDEP/City
of Jacksonville working relationships."
Greg Strong, FDEP Northeast
District director, added "The Navy
partnership has helped deliver
solid results by improving commu-
nications and clarifying the depart-
ment's expectations which enables us
to accomplish more and ultimately
achieve a higher level of compliance."
The partnership worked closely on
a project to reuse the station's treated
wastewater to irrigate the base golf
course.
Design of the reuse line has been
completed and construction will begin
this fall. Gartland also discussed the
recent "Clean Marina" recertification
by FDEP and the station's many recy-
cling and energy saving projects.
NAS Jax Pollution Prevention
Manager Bill Raspet also brought one
of the station's solar-powered electric
vehicles for demonstration drives by
FDEP staff.


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Photos courtesy of the NAS Jax Environmental Department
NAS Jax Pollution Prevention Manager Bill Raspet (left) shows the station's pro-
totype solar-powered GEM vehicle to Florida Department of Environmental
Protection personnel Missy Palcic, Linda Bratton, Toni Lomen, Lynal DeFalco and
Kristen Bell (in car).


NAS Jax
Environmental
Department
Director Kevin
Gartland
briefs Florida
Department of
Environmental
Protection per-
sonnel on NAS
Jax environmen-
tal initiatives
May 20.


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2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 10, 2010


Looking back to March 1943...


'Eyes of the fleet'


U.S. Navy photos
A Vought OS2U Kingfisher observation aircraft launches from the NAS Jacksonville seawall and taxis out on the St.
Johns River for training flights. (Inset) A Vought OS2U Kingfisher observation aircraft is prepared for hoisting ashore
from the St. Johns River at NAS Jacksonville. Considered the eyes of the fleet, the OS2U floatplanes assigned to battle-
ships and cruisers were used during World War II bombardments to radio range and bearing data back to their ships.
Kingfishers were also effective as rescue aircraft for downed pilots. The first of 1,519 Kingfishers joined the fleet on
March 1, 1938. The aircraft had a range of more than one thousand miles and a top speed of 185 mph.


A military wife's perspective of Memorial Day


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor


Civilian readers' reactions to
last week's column ("I don't
know how military spouses do
it. It's hard enough when my hus-
band is gone for a week!") got me
thinking about Dustin's past deploy-
ments. On our most recent Memorial
Day weekend, I felt compelled to
shed light on what it means to have
a loved one serving in the military.
On Fi-i.iiy night, the boys asked to
look at the scrapbooks I had made
of their first year of life. Dustin is
absent from most of the pictures
because he deployed when Ford was
five months old, and then again a year
and a half later, when Owen was six
weeks old.
Under a photograph of Ford crawl-
ing into a toy basket is the caption,
"You learned to crawl while we were
in Virginia." I remember writing
those words and pasting the picture
onto the page.
I also remember trying to explain
to Dustin via e-mail what his first
son looked like as he crawled. When
Dustin left, Ford couldn't even sit up.
By the time he got home, Ford was
walking and talking.
In Owen's scrapbook, there is a pic-
ture of me, Ford and baby Owen at
a neighborhood family picnic. I was
the only one there without a spouse.
While other mothers passed off their
babies to grab a bite to eat, or asked
their husband to push a child on the


FROM THE HOMEFRONT


swing, I carried Owen on my hip, fed
Ford with one hand, and probably
wiped my brow with the other (I don't
remember eating much during that
deployment). As a military family of
three, the absence of our fourth was
ever present.
Feelings from that period in my life
came rushing back to me as I looked
at the pictures. I always felt slightly
cheated when I was alone in my liv-
ing room, marveling at my first baby
crawling, and had no one to lean over
to and say, "Did you see that? Isn't
he cute? Look at that face! Can you
believe he's crawling?"
I remember being so tired dur-
ing those years that sometimes I fell
asleep at the kitchen table. When I
spoke of "Daddy," my young children
didn't understand who that was.
My own parents were in Virginia
when we were in Florida. There was
no one (except other military spouses)
to help. I carried Ford and Owen with
me everywhere. I was never "off duty."
For every time I got frustrated
being a "single" parent, I knew that
my husband was several time zones
away, wishing more than anything
that he could play with the boys in
the backyard or take them for a walk
while I went to the grocery store. I
was experiencing kid overload.
Except for pictures and stories



HEY, MONEYCHIC!


Hey, MoneyChic:
My buddy keeps trying to talk me into buying a used car
instead of a brand new one. I'm on the fence because the
new cars have that brand new smell and shiny paint job. I
know it will run without any problems. Any input before I
make my final decision?
MoneyChic says: I'm leaning towards your bud-
dy's opinion on this one and these are the reasons
why. First of all, in today's car world, it's not unheard
of to expect 200,000 miles before a car needs to be
replaced. Most people tire of their car before their car
is actually to the point of being completely worn out.
The key is periodically maintaining that vehicle to keep
it running well for a long period of time. So let's say you
go on deployment and save your money. You come back
and pay cash for a reliable, used car instead of financing a
brand new one.
According to CNW market research, the average new
car purchase is for $30,266 and financed for 58 months.
The monthly payment is $411. If you put that monthly


relayed over e-mail, Dustin didn't
really know our kids yet.
As selfish as it sounds, I was fre-
quently bitter. Civilian friends just
didn't get it. I cringed every time one
complained about her husband going
on a weekend business trip.
People were nice enough to include
me in special occasions but on most
days, intact families retreated to
their living rooms at dusk while I sat
alone on the couch hoping my husband
would call.
Plenty of military friends have left
the military. Why not us? Why con-
tinue to live this less than desirable
life of separations, missed birthdays
and holidays?
Ford flipped the page in his scrap-
book to a picture of my friend Laura
from when she visited me in Florida.
It was Sept. 10, 2001. Ford flipped the
page again and there was a postcard
from Dustin that read:
"Ford, You don't understand what
happened the other day, but it was a
horrible event unlike anything your
mom and I have seen in our lifetime.
The reason I'm away from home is
to protect our country from bad peo-
ple. I miss you and your mom very
much, but right now I've got a job to
do before I come home. You make your
mom and me very happy. I love you
both. Love, Dad.


payment amount into a typical savings account, you could
wind up with over $26,000 in savings at the end of the
five years. You could then use that money to pay cash for
another vehicle, or if you were on a savings roll, you could
continue to drive your older car and save. Do this for 15
years and you'd have over $93,000! In 30 years you'd have
almost $240,000!
All from saving that car payment and earning inter-
est on those accounts. Other reasons why I'm leaning
towards the "pre-owned" car are for cheaper insurance on
older vehicles, savings on paying sales tax and car reg-
istration (both based on purchase price) and what about
less worry. If a rock flies up and hits your car and makes
a scratch on a new car, will you be stressed? Probably.
Will you mind as much on a car that has a couple
dings here or there? I doubt you would care as much.
I'm in agreement with your friend and think you should
research good used cars in the $5,000 price range. Don't
forget to consider taking a look at the lemon lot on base,


Child-raising solutions from FFSC


From Fleet and Family
Support Center


Learn effective ways to
deal with common par-
enting challenges and
problems, so that you raise
happy and healthy kids.
FFSC workshops are free
to service members and their
families.


Pre-registration is
required at 542-2766.
Parenting with Love
and Logic is for parents of
children ages 1-10. Hours are
1-3 p.m.
June 15, 22
Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28
Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23
Active Parenting of
Teens is for parents of chil-
dren ages 11-18. Hours are
1-4 p.m.
Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24
Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26


GSA Expo
June 17
U.S. General
Services Admini-
stration (GSA)
Expo will be held at
the NAS Jax Officers'
Club June 17 from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
More than 100 GSA
vendors will be avail-
able to discuss pro-
grams, products and
services.
For more informa-
tion, call Linda Hosey
at 542-1278.


ADAR NORMAN SARONA

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Quarterdeck


Hometown: Las Vegas


Favorite duty station/
Why? Norfolk, Va., because
that's where I'll be stationed soon.

Last read: American Scientist Magazine

Favorite pastime: Playing video games.

Most interesting experience: Joining
the Navy.

Who is your hero? Superman




CYNTHIA STEWART

Job title/command:
MWR Child & Program
Assistant

Hometown: Colon,
Republic of Panama

Favorite duty station/Why?
Hawaii. It was paradise.

Last book read: Michelle Obama

Favorite pastime: Cooking and baking.

Most Interesting Experience: The birth
of my grandchild, Diajah.

Who is your hero? My brothers, Eloy
and Ken.




CHAPEL CENTER CALENDAR

Sunday Services
8:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
9:45 Protestant Sunday School
10:45 a.m. Catholic CCD
11 a.m. Protestant Worship
Vacation Bible School
Register now. VBS will be held July 12-16. Lunch is pro-
vided. For more information, call 542-3051.
Weekly Bible Study
Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in Building 749.
Officer Christian Fellowship and Bible Study
Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Barracks Bible Study
Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the main conference room.
Teen Night
June 13, 6 p.m. Free
Prevention Relationship Enhancement Program
July 13-14. For couples getting married or already mar-
ried. Course qualifies for pre-marital discounts for mar-
riage licenses in Duval County.
NAS Jacksonville Chapel Center
542-3051
Corner of Birmingham Avenue and Mustin Road






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 ....................................................... M iriam S. Gallet
Assistant Public Affairs Officer....................... ..............Kaylee LaRocque
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor ......................................................................................C lark Pierce
Design/Layout............................ .... .........................George Atchley
Staff W riter..................................................................CS2 Sylvia M orris
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HandsOn Jacksonville, Obama


honor Red Cross chairperson
From NH lax Public Affairs, [ I
Information from HandsOn Jacksonville


Naval Hospital Jacksonville's
American Red Cross Volunteer
Program Chairperson Helen
Donahoe was one of hundreds of
Jacksonville volunteers honored at an
annual HandsOn Jacksonville gala at the
Times Union Center for the Performing
Arts Moran Theater April 22.
The event celebrates the good deeds peo-
ple are doing every day to make the com-
munity a better place.
Donahoe was presented the HandsOn
Jacksonville "Young at Heart" award. She
also received a presidential pin and cer-
tificate signed by President Barack Obama,
honoring her many years of volunteerism.
The theme of the event this year was -
"Celebrate! Good Times, Deeds, People."
HandsOn Jacksonville inspires, equips and
mobilizes people to take action that chang-
es the world.
The organization's vision is that one day
every person will discover their power to
make a difference, creating healthy com-
munities in vibrant democracies around
the world.
The purpose of the awards event accord-
ing to a letter to guests from Board Chair
Robert Spohrer, Esq. and president and
CEO of HandsOn Jacksonville was to
"treat guests to some extraordinary stories
about extraordinary people and groups of
people who represent the good that is being
done on the First Coast."
Donahoe is truly one of those extraordi-
nary people. She is described on HandsOn
Jacksonville's Webpage as "a dedicated
American Red Cross volunteer for the past
36 years since she established the Red
Cross volunteer program at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville.
She supervises and coordinates the place-
ment and training of all volunteers within
the hospital. And in 2003, she expanded
her realm of influence to also establish the
volunteer program at the Branch Health
Clinic at NS Mayport.
Because of her hard work and dedication,
the Red Cross now has about 100 military
hospital volunteers who collectively dedi-
cate more than 15,000 hours of service to
military members and their families at the
hospital.


Helen Donahoe
During the past 36 years, Donahoe
has served more than 20,000 hours. At
84 years old, she spends many hours
actively volunteering at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville to ensure the wellbeing of mil-
itary members and their families.
Her dependability and reliability has
stood the test of time for volunteer reten-
tion. She is a true role model for fellow vol-
unteers and is an excellent example of the
ideal volunteer.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Executive
Officer Capt. Jennifer Vedral-Baron
attended the event and said this of
Donahoe, "We are proud to be members of
the Jacksonville community and witness-
ing Mrs. Donahoe's award among other
Jacksonville civic leaders was exceptionally
inspiring. She is our stalwart and this rec-
ognition was well-deserved."
Military volunteers serving as escorts
at the evening festivities were also from
Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
They included: HM2 Joanna
Curbeloyero, HM1 Aubrey Jakes, HM2
Jose Alonso, HM2 Derrick Charles, HM2
Mark Niederhaus, HM3 Sara Byer, HM3
Joseph Isaac, HN Brian Felgere, HN
Zachary Dietrich and HN Jules Shabazz.


New Web site for personally procured moves


From Commander, Fleet and Industrial
Supply Centers Public Affairs

Navy service members and eli-
gible civilians must now arrange
personally procured moves
using the Defense Personal Property
System (DPPS) that may be accessed at
www.move.mil.
iM I\lNTWebMove, the Navy's legacy
system for arranging household goods
moves online, is being phased out.
DPS is a centralized, integrated sys-
tem a "one-stop" source for manag-
ing a household goods move. The system
provides convenient access to household
goods shipment information 24 hours a
day, seven days a week.
Service members are to use www.
move.mil for all household goods move
arrangements except for the following
categories: joint moves where both adults
in a household are service members/
Department of Defense (DoD) civilians,
local moves other than personally pro-
cured moves, and shipments that include
boats or mobile homes.
Contact your local Personal Property
Shipping Office if a household goods
move falls into any of the above exception
categories.
DPPS also serves as a conduit for a
direct relationship between DoD custom-
ers and transportation service providers
throughout the entire moving process.
Customers can use DPPS to settle
claims directly with their transporta-


tion service provider. Claims protection
includes full replacement of lost items or
items damaged beyond repair.
Navy service members are required to
complete customer satisfaction surveys
related to household goods shipments.
The CSS is a critical component of
DPPS. Your opinion counts; the survey
results help determine which carriers
provide best value, and give program
administrators the information neces-
sary to provide the outstanding reloca-
tion service DoD service members and
civilians deserve.
A link is provided in the e-mail
sent after a household goods ship-
ment is delivered, or visit www.move.
mil and click on the survey link.
E-mail questions or requests for more
information to householdgoods@navy.mil.
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more than 22,500 military and civilian
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FISCJ BOD achieves ISO 9001 certification


By Kari Hansen
FISCJ Site Training Logistics
Coordinator


Demonstrating its
commitment to
excellence, the
Fleet and Industrial
Supply Center Jacksonville
(FISCJ) Business
Operations Department
(BOD) became the first
FISC BOD to achieve ISO
9001:2008 certification.
"This eight-month process
involved every employee,
product and service in the
department. Today's Navy
challenges us to continu-
ally standardize, innovate
and strive for continuous
process improvement (CPI).
I'm proud of our staff for
embracing the challenges
that resulted in this note-


worthy achievement," said
FISCJ BOD Cmdr. John
Zollo at the May 13 cere-
mony.
ISO 9000 is a fam-
ily of standards for qual-
ity management sys-
tems maintained by the
International Organization
for Standardization (ISO).
"ISO is a proven founda-
tion for using productivity
tools such as Lean (reduc-
ing waste) and Six Sigma
(reducing variation) in sup-
port of the Navy's CPI ini-
tiatives. A secondary ben-
efit was achievement of ISO
certification," said Michael
Dyer, command ISO man-
agement representative.
"The first step in our
journey to ISO certification
began with each division


Photo courtesy of FISC lax
After eight months of hard work and preparation, the Fleet
Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville Business Operations
Department crew proudly display their ISO:2008 certificate.


capturing all processes on a
process evaluation matrix,"
said Zollo.
"Within the preventive
and corrective action pro-
gram, we identified poten-
tial pitfalls. This required
periodic reviews forcing us
to look at the improvements


we've made and ensure
gains are not lost. It's very
easy to slip back into old
habits, and that is why this
process is so beneficial. It
keeps new-found efficiencies
in place," said Zollo.
"Having fresh eyes exam-
ine your business process-


es is a great benefit of the
certification process," said
Dyer. "Maintaining the ISO
9001 certification requires
surveillance audits and
recertification every three
years. In between exter-
nal audits, internal audi-
tors (trained FISCJ BOD
employees) are key to sus-
taining and improving busi-
ness processes."
Since the endeavor
began, over 100 opportuni-
ties for improvement have
been generated from inter-
nal audits and more than
60 were implemented. One
finding resulted in a CPI/
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
project.
"From day one, all hands
were involved in identifying
barriers to progress," said


Zollo.
"Our certification was
achieved by proactive-
ly identifying customer
needs, adopting best busi-
ness practices, eliminat-
ing redundancy, lowering
costs and optimizing sup-
port. Our continued suc-
cess demands an enduring
customer focus," he added.
"Without top manage-
ment commitment to the
ISO quality system prin-
ciples, pursuing ISO certi-
fication would be pointless.
I'm happy to say, as we
developed the system and
identified process improve-
ments, our leadership's
enthusiasm grew exponen-
tially. Top management is
now totally on board," said
Dyer.


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Photos by Clark Pierce
One of seven high-speed patrol boats that were launched
June 7 by MSRON-10 at NAS Jax Mulberry Cove Marina.

MSRON: Drills at NAS Jax

From Page 1

personnel in communications, sensors and surveillance
modules. We also provide high-value asset security,
embarked security protection for vessels unable to provide
their own security, and perimeter security and force pro-
tection."
Besides patrolling for waterborne threat scenarios in a
ship basin, such as NS Mayport, MSRON 10 boat detach-
ments will practice their navigation and general boat-han-
dling skills in a coastal water environment as they tran-
sit via Intracoastal
Waterway and ocean to
Port Canaveral
Lt. Shane Bosse,
officer in charge of
MSRON-10 Boat
Detachment Bravo,
said each of the
squadron's three boat
detachments consists
of two 34-ft. and two
(From left) AM1 Michael Holder 25-ft. patrolcraft.
and GM1 Mike Emory attach the "We're focusing on
barrel to a 50-cal. machine gun re on
prior to launching their 34-ft. getting more personnel
patrol boat June 7 at NAS Jax certified as coxswains.
Mulberry Cove Marina. The missions we'll
be running include
escorting high-value assets, pier security, buffer zone pro-
tection as well as mission sets where 'opposing forces' try
to breach our security perimeter."
The 34-ft. patrol boats are armed with Mark-19 grenade
launchers, Mark-2 50-cal. machine guns and M-240B
machine guns.
MSRON 10 operates as one of five MSRON squad-
rons under Maritime Expeditionary Security Group
2, headquartered in Portsmouth, Va. within the Navy
Expeditionary Combat Command.
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Yanks top Brits in Reed Cupregatta

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In a long-standing, inter-
service sailing rivalry,
Royal Navy yachtsmen
from HMS Ark Royal chal-
lenged Navy Jacksonville
Sailors to a Reed Cup sail-
ing regatta June 2 on the
St. Johns River at NAS
Jacksonville. At the end
of the day, the USN team
sailed to victory.
NAS Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer Capt.
Jeffrey Maclay welcomed
HMS Ark Royal Executive
Officer Cmdr. Rob Bellfield
and his Sailors to Mulberry
Cove Marina.
"Sailors from commands
throughout our tri-base
area have taken up today's
challenge. I expect nothing
less than a spirited contest
between two highly com-
petitive teams. We look for-
ward to a great day of sail-
ing and another victory
by Navy Jacksonville," said
Maclay.
The Navy Jacksonville
crews included person-
nel from CPRW-11, VP-30,
HSL-42, VP-45 and USS
Rhode Island (SSBN 740) at
NSB Kings Bay.
The Reed Cup was estab-
lished in 1954 by a Royal
Navy captain and yachts-
man. It's a perennial tro-
phy that may be contested
wherever Royal Navy and
U.S. Navy forces meet in
ports around the world. The
aircraft carrier Ark Royal


Navy Jax Yacht Club Commodore Brian Paul keeps possession of the Reed Cup as NAS
Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay (left) and HMS Ark Royal Executive
Officer Cmdr. Rob Bellfield wish all competitors "good sailing."


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Sailors check their mainsail booms and halyards.


and its strike group recent-
ly visited NS Mayport as
part of a joint task force
exercise. Since 1975, Navy
Jacksonville has won 14
Reed Cup challenges.
Bellfield had the helm of
the first boat to finish race
one. "The course and condi-
tions really tested our sail-
ing skills. The wind was


consistent but light, so com-
petitors had to concentrate
on tactics and handling the
sheets. To keep the compe-
tition fair and square, the
teams swapped boats after
the first race. Boat han-
dling was superb for both
teams, including some tac-
tics that I've not seen in
quite a while," he said.
Lt. Cmdr.
Rene Balletta,
force warfare
officer for the
Ark Royal,
agreed that the
first race was
closely contest-
ed.
"The crews
of all six boats
showed great
seamanship,
yet the Royal
Navy finished
strong. As for
the second race,
our team tactics
didn't pay off
quite as well as
we envisioned.
Today's chal-
lenge was very
well played by
the U.S. Navy."
Bellfield
added, "For
each calendar
year, the num-
ber of Reed Cup
matches are
tallied and the
navy with the
most wins takes
the cup except
that the Royal
Navy maintains
physical cus-
tody of the cup.
There's a sil-


USN and RN Sailors choose their Reed Cup vessels from six 19-ft. Flying Scots provided by
MWR Mulberry Cove Marina.


ver band around the base
of the cup that is engraved
with the year of each con-
test, the winning team and
the annual points winner
for that year. This after-
noon, the victorious Navy
Jax team will drink a cel-
ebratory beverage from
the Reed Cup and then
it returns to the Ark Royal
trophy case."
Commodore Brian Paul
and volunteers from Navy
Jax Yacht Club provided
organizational authority as
members of the First Coast
Sailing Association, which
governs sailboat racing on
the St. Johns River.
Paul explained, "Condi-
tions were good, yet change-
able. The wind shifted from
the north this morning to
the southeast in the after-
noon. We set up a standard
triangular course with a


windward leg, a downwind
leg and the start line in the
middle."
Scorekeeper Steve Duve
said, "It was a competi-
tive course that challenged
everybody's seamanship.
After two races, Navy Jax
was victorious. The Royal
Navy boats finished first,
fifth and sixth while
Navy Jacksonville boats
crossed the line second,
third and fourth to win the
challenge with a low score
of nine versus 12 for the
British. Scoring for sailing
is just like golf the lower,
the better."
Phil Collins, MWR man-
ager of Mulberry Cove
Marina said, "The chal-
lenge consists of each team
sailing three same-class
boats in this case, 19-ft.
Flying Scot sailboats in
a series of races. The high-


est-finishing, three-person
crew wins a drink from the
cup.
To set up the challenge
in less than a week, Collins
contacted his MWR sail-
ing instructors to quickly
put an "active duty" sail-
ing team together. He also
worked with the Navy Jax
Yacht Club to form a race
committee. MWR provided
the sailboats and committee
boats.
Maclay added that this
sporting event highlights
Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Gary Roughead's
commitment to global
maritime partnerships.
"Relationships that devel-
op among Sailors from all
navies whether at work,
or at play, or both provide
the foundation for life-long
bonds and common under-
standing," said Maclay.


A Navy Jacksonville
boat approaches
the starl-finish line.






JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 10, 2010 7


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay congratulates Navy Jacksonville Sailors on their Reed Cup victory June 2. (From left) AWFC Shawn Swartz (CPRW-11); MM3 Jeff
Stautner (USS Rhode Island); AWF1 Scott Cigno (VP-30); MMC James Quails (USS Rhode Island); AWRC Spencer Wait (HSL-42); ET2 Robert Soto (USS Rhode Island); Skipper Maclay; EM2
John Walton (USS Rhode Island); AWFC Tom Gepfrich (CPRW-11); Lt. j.g. Ryan Fields (VP-30); and Navy Jax Yacht Club Commodore Brian Paul.

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Yanks and Brits hoist sail at Mulberry Cove Marina on a
HMS Ark Royal Executive Officer Cmdr. Rob Bellfield (right) breezy, partly cloudy day.
presents Navy Jax Yacht Club Commodore Brian Paul with
a commemorative British ensign signed by each Royal Navy
competitor.

Photos by Clark Pierce


(From left) EM2 John Walton stretches the jib sail to catch
more wind during the Reed Cup challenge June 2 on the
St. Johns River near NAS Jacksonville. The crew included
Walton's USS Rhode Island shipmate MM3 Jeff Stautner and
helmsman AWRC Spencer Wait of HSL-42.


A Navy Jacksonville boat (right) opens a small lead over the Leaders in the first race come about at buoy No. 1 in the St.
Flyin Scot with HMS Ark Royal Executive Officer Cmdr. Rob Johns River.
Bellfield at the helm.


Ahhh . the refreshing taste of victory. Navy Jacksonville
team captain AWRC(NAC/AW/SW) Spencer Wait prepares to
take his ceremonial drink from the Reed Cup.
ooo


A Royal Navy crew heels over as they catch fresh wind on the
St. Johns River.


MMC James Quails looks on as his USS Rhode Island ship-
mate EM2 John Walton clips a halyard to their boat's jib as
they prepare to cast off.


Reed Cup
competitors begin
to cast off and check
out the handling of their
Flying Scot sailboats.






8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, June 10, 2010


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the flag of the United
States of America and to
the Republic for which it
stands, one nation under
God, indivisible, with lib-
erty and justice for all.
The first national
observance of Flag
Day took place in
1877 on the centennial of
June 14, 1777 when the
"Stars and Stripes" was
officially recognized as the
symbol of a new nation and
authorized by the Second
Continental Congress.
According to the National
Flag Day Foundation, Flag
Day was officially estab-
lished by proclamation of
President Woodrow Wilson
on May 30, 1916. While
Flag Day was celebrated
in various communities
for years after Wilson's
proclamation, it was not
until August 3, 1949 that
President Truman signed
an Act of Congress desig-
nating June 14 as National
Flag Day.
Respect for our flag
According to United
States Code, Title 36,
Chapter 10:
No disrespect should be
shown to the flag of the
United States of America;
the flag should not be
dipped to any person or
thing. Regimental colors,
state flags, and organiza-
tion or institutional flags
are to be dipped as a mark
of honor.
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be displayed with the union
down, except as a signal of
dire distress in instances
of extreme danger to life or
property.
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should never be festooned,
drawn back, nor up, in
folds, but always allowed to
fall free. Bunting of blue,
white, and red, always
arranged with the blue
above, the white in the
middle, and the red below,
should be used for covering
a speaker's desk, draping
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and for decoration in gen-
eral.
(e) The flag should never
be fastened, displayed, used
or stored in such a manner
as to permit it to be easily
torn, soiled, or damaged in
any way.
(f) The flag should never
be used as a covering for a
ceiling.
(g) The flag should never
have placed upon it, nor on
any part of it, nor attached
to it any mark, insignia,
letter, word, figure, design,
picture, or drawing of any
nature.
(h) The flag should never
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be embroidered on
such articles as cush-
ions or handkerchiefs
and the like, printed
or otherwise impressed
on paper napkins or
boxes or anything that
is designed for tem-
porary use and discard.
Advertising signs should
not be fastened to a staff or
halyard from which the flag
is flown.
(j) No part of the flag
should ever be used as a
costume or athletic uni-
form. However, a flag patch
may be affixed to the uni-
form of military personnel,
firemen, policemen and
members of patriotic orga-
nizations. The flag repre-
sents a living country and
is itself considered a living
thing. Therefore, the lapel
flag pin being a replica,
should be worn on the left
lapel near the heart.
(k) The flag, when it is in
such condition that it is no
longer a fitting emblem for
display, should be destroyed
in a dignified way, prefer-
ably by burning.
Did you know?
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more nations are displayed,
they are to be flown from
separate staffs of the same
height. The flags should be
of approximately equal size.
International usage forbids
the display of the flag of one
nation above that of another
nation in time of peace.
The composition by
John Philip Sousa entitled,
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Photo courtesy of FISC Jax
Jacob Nguyen is sworn in to the Navy Bachelor Degree Completion Program by his father, Lt.
Cmdr. Thanh Nguyen, at Navy Recruiting District Jax May 3.

AIO team attends first enlistment ceremony


By Daphne Cassani
FISC Jacksonville Corporate
Communications Director
Jacob Nguyen, a jun-
ior at University
of North Florida,
was sworn into the Navy
Bachelor Degree Comple-
tion Program (BDCP) by
his father Lt. Cmdr. Thanh
Nguyen May 3, at the
Navy Recruiting District
(NRD) Jacksonville
Office. Fleet and
Industrial Supply Center
Jacksonville (FISCJ)
Commanding Officer
Capt. Joyce Robinson,
Executive Officer Cmdr.
James Peltier, and the
Accessions, Inclusion,
and Outreach (AIO) Team
attended the ceremony.
Nguyen was one of only
five accessions selected
for a Supply Corps com-
mission in the Southeast
Region during the March
Officer Candidate School
board.


Lt. Scott Milliet, who is
the FISCJ director of met-
rics/regional support offi-
cer, AIO team member,
and Nguyen's Pre-Officer
Candidate School mentor,
explains FISCJ's role in
Nguyen's enlistment and
how the command will play
a supporting role through
the completion of this
degree program.
"The Southeast Region
was identified to be the
prototype for the AIO pro-
gram, and FISCJ is leading
the Supply Corps. At this
point, we are the hub of the
effort," Milliet said.
"FISCJ is there for
Nguyen in a supporting
capacity. If he has any ques-
tions along the way, we will
be there for him to answer
the critical questions and
provide guidance," he
added.
Since Nguyen's father is
an active duty Lt. Cmdr.,
he was no stranger to the


Navy before committing
to BDCP. "I pretty much
always knew that I wanted
to join the Navy. My dad
told me about the program,
and Master Chief Raymond
Charest at NRD recruited
me. It was not a difficult
decision," said Nguyen.
Nguyen is a market-
ing major, which is a very
good fit for a future Supply
Corps officer. "I have two
years to go, and I'm on
track to graduate on time,"
said Nguyen. The BDCP
provides excellent short-
term benefits and opportu-
nities. Immediately upon
Nguyen's enlistment, he
began receiving the pay and
benefits of a seaman. When
he receives his bachelor's
degree, he will proceed to
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Memorial Day Riverfest held in Green Cove Springs

By MC2 Sunday Williams
Navy Public Affairs Support Element
East Detachment Southeast


Hundreds of military
veterans and com-
munity supporters
observed Memorial Day by
gathering at Spring Park
in Green Cove Springs
May 31 for the 22nd
Memorial Day Riverfest.
The ceremony was
established to honor ser-
vice members who died
defending America's free-
dom and the Clay County
Community Band set
the tone by performing
American ballads such as
"America the Beautiful"
and "I'm a Yankee Doodle
Dandy."
Green Cove Springs
Mayor Robert Page wel-
comed honored guests and
attendees.
"It is so important to
honor our service men and
women and understand that
this day is not just about a
three-day weekend."
The mayor, along with
Vice Mayor Debbie Ricks
and several members of
the City Council read let-
ters from Sen. Bill Nelson,
Congressmen Ander
Crenshaw and Cliff Stearns
and Congresswoman
Corrine Brown thanking
those who serve and asking
people to never forget what
Memorial Day is all about.
Guest speaker Rear Adm.
Tim Alexander, command-
er, Navy Region Southeast,
said he was very pleased to


Photo by MC2 Sunday Williams
(From left) Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm Tim Alexander; Cmdr. David
Barata, U.S. Coast Guard; NAS Jax Acting Executive Officer Cmdr. Mark Scott; Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast Production Officer Cmdr. Tim Pfannenstein; and NS Mayport
Command Master Chief (CMDCM) David Anderson render honors during the playing of the
national anthem.


see so many people come
out to show support for
those who made the ulti-
mate sacrifice.
"President Ronald
Reagan said, 'freedom is
never more than one gen-
eration from extinction. We
don't pass it to our children
through the bloodstream.
It must be fought for, pro-
tected, and handed on to
them to do the same," said
Alexander. T,'I.iy is dedi-
cated to all Americans who
have fought, and died for
our freedom."
People attending the cere-
mony said they were moved
by Alexander's passion and


thankful for what he and
all military people do for
the United States.
"He brought me to tears,"
said Sandra Harting.
"These men and women
do something that I would
never have the courage to
do. Day in and day out they
sacrifice their time with
family, and most important-
ly, their lives so that all of
us can have our freedom."
During the day, there
were many booths and
activities for people to enjoy,
including a Civil War reen-
actment, a fly over by the
Coast Guard, fireworks,
and many other opportuni-


ties for food and fun.
Jacksonville native
Robert King summed up
the day as he left the festi-
val. "One day of remember-
ing is not enough, we must
remember what these men
and women do everyday,


Photo by MCC Anthony Casullo
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Tim
Alexander delivers remarks during the 22nd annual Memorial
Day Riverfest at Spring Park in Green Cove Springs.
every hour and every sec- without them we can not
ond of our lives because live free."


Maritime operations


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(CVN 69) and the guided-missile destroyer USS Farragut
(DDG 99) pull along both sides of the Military Sealift
Command fast combat support ship USNS Supply (T-AOE 6)
for a replenishment at sea. Eisenhower and Farragut are part
of the ongoing rotation of forward-deployed forces to sup-
port maritime security operations in the U.S. 5th Fleet area
of responsibility. Farragut is homeported at NS Mayport and
is supported by an SH-60B Seahawk detachment from the
HSL-42 "Proud Warriers" homeported at NAS Jacksonville.
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Veterans honored


at Memorial Day


ceremonies
By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO


Downtown Jacksonville
NAS Jacksonville Sailors
participated in several
Memorial Day events in
the Jacksonville area May
31. At the Duval County
Veterans Memorial Wall,
NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Jeffrey
Maclay, along with many
other military represen-
tatives, participated in a
wreath laying ceremony to
honor veterans.
The ceremony was kicked
off with welcoming remarks
from City of Jacksonville
Chief of Military Affairs
Veterans and Disabled
Services Division Bob
Buehn, followed by the
invocation by NAS Jax
Command Chaplain (Cmdr.)
Gerald Felder. Other speak-
ers included Congressman
Ander Crenshaw,
Jacksonville Mayor John
Peyton, retired Rear Adm.
Leroy Collins Jr. and rep-
resentatives from the fami-
lies of fallen heroes whose
names were added to the
wall.
Navy Band Southeast
performed numerous patri-
otic songs as the crowd
sang along and waved flags,
many with tears running
down their faces.
Wreaths were placed in
front of the wall represent-
ing each service branch,
the City of Jacksonville,
and one for each of the 10
new names etched on the
black granite wall. Those
names included: Army
Staff Sgt. Jason Dahlke;
Army Sgt. Reginald Grant;
Marine Corps Lance Cpl.
Timothy Poole Jr.; Army
Warrant Officer Earl Scott
III; Marine Corps Lance
Cpl. Jonathan Taylor; Army
Sgt. Stephen Vaughn; Guy
Houston, a Sailor who died
in Vietnam; Jack Ross, a
Sailor who died in World
War II; James Wright,
a Sailor who died in the
Korean War and James
Harman, a Soldier who also
died during the Korean
War.
NAS Jacksonville
Several military and
civilian spectators attend-
ed NAS Jacksonville's
Memorial Day 21-minute
Gun Salute held May 31 at
Building 1. The NAS Jax


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Command Chaplain
(Cmdr.) Gerald Felder
gives the invocation dur-
ing the City of Jacksonville's
Memorial Day Observance at
the Veterans Wall.


Dignitaries and special guests render honors as the Blount
Island Command Marine Color Guard presents the colors
during the playing of the national anthem.


Photo by Nathan Riska
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay gives his
remarks during the Memorial Day Observance at Jacksonville
National Cemetery, as U.S. Congressman Ander Crenshaw
(left) looks on.


Photo courtesy of Christ's Church
NAS Jax Command Master
Chief (CMDCM)(SW/SS)
Jeffrey Hudson talks about
the importance of remem-
bering our nation's fallen
heroes and those who serve
during a service at Christ's
Church in Jacksonville.
Saluting Battery team
brought two 40 mm can-
nons to perform the 21-min-
ute salute.
NAS Jax Honor Support
Team Coordinator
GM1(SW) Sean Packer
explained, "This is the
second time we have held
a Memorial Day ceremony
here. According to United
States Navy regulations,
every shore station with a
40 mm cannon is required
to hold a 21-minute salute
on Memorial Day. We also
will hold these events on
the Fourth of July and
Presidents Day."
Jacksonville National
Cemetery
A short ceremony was
held at Jacksonville
National Cemetery, locat-
ed north of the city, to pay
tribute to veterans who


served our nation. Military
officials and Congressman
Ander Crenshaw recog-
nized veterans for their
service and spoke of how
deserving Jacksonville's
military families are of a
national cemetery for their
loved ones to be laid to rest
with honor.
Tl.I.iy, we take time as
individuals and as a nation
to honor the servicemen
and women who paid the
ultimate sacrifice for our
freedom, while pausing to
remember that American
troops continue to fight
for our liberty, at locations
around the globe," said
Crenshaw.
"All of these valiant sol-
diers past and present
- stand at the forefront of
our thoughts on this som-
ber day as we thank them
for their selfless devo-
tion to our country. Each
deserves remembrance in
our thoughts and at the cer-
emonies being held in their
honor," Crenshaw contin-
ued. "We owe them a great
of gratitude so that we may
continue to live in a free
country. I thank them all
and pay tribute to their val-
iant service on this and all


days."
Maclay also offered his
remarks. "It is an honor
to speak on this hallowed
ground this Memorial Day.
The commitment these
heroes demonstrated the
willingness to lay down
their lives so the rest of us
might inherit the blessings
of this nation has helped
make America the most
prosperous, most power-
ful nation on Earth," said
Maclay. "Today, we have
warriors fighting for our
country against those who
wish to do us irreparable
harm. Our men and women


(From left) Congressman Ander Crenshaw, NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay, Blount Island
Command Col. Steve Peters, Jacksonville University NROTC
Commanding Officer Capt. Lee Steele, U.S. Coast Guard
Sector Jax Commander Capt. Andy Blomme and Jacksonville
Mayor John Peyton render honors during the playing of Taps
at the conclusion of the ceremony.


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NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay, left, and
a group of Army Rangers pay respect to fallen Soldier Staff
Sgt. Jason Dahlke during the Memorial Day Observance at
Jacksonville's Veterans Wall. Dahlke's name, along with nine
others, was added to the wall in remembrance of their dedi-
cation to their country.
Midway and
Khafji. Names
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*- Bora, Baghdad,
Fallujah and
.3' Marjah. I refer-
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S place in remem-
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MU3 Gene Register and members most recent fall-
of Navy Band Southeast perform Lee en hero, Lance
Greenwood's "God Bless the USA" during Cp 1. C 1 ark,
the Memorial Day Observance in down- whose remains
town Jacksonville. returned May
carry on the legacy of ser- 27."
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Marines, Sailors, Soldiers Taps and family members
and Airmen at places like visiting the gravesites of
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Photos by Clark Pierce
A03 Daisa Stanley and ATAN Scott Beauvais prepare to fold
the flag covering a training casket.


Step 1: Hold the flag waist-to-chest high with its surface par- Step 2: Fold the lower half of the stripe section lengthwise,
allel to the ground. placing the bottom edge one inch below the blue field, hold-
F holding *the f g ing the bottom and top edges securely.

By Clark Pierce
Editor


Step 3: Fold the flag lengthwise again with the blue field on
the outside. Hold flag parallel to ground in preparation for
triangular folds.


Step 5: Form the second triangle by turning the outer end
point inward, parallel to the open edge.


Since Sept. 11, 2001, more Americans have chosen
to display the "Stars and Stripes" to show their
support of servicemen and women fighting the
Global War on Terror or as the Obama administration
prefers Overseas Contingency Operations.
The week before Flag Day is the perfect time to inspect
the American flag(s) you display. If you see that "Old
Glory" is tattered, soiled or faded, it should be disposed of
in a dignified manner, preferably by burning.
After properly folding the flag, you can contact your
local Veterans of Foreign Wars or American Legion post,
as these organizations frequently offer flag retirement cer-
emonies.
The NAS Jacksonville Honor Support Team (HST)
recently invited Jax Air News to view its monthly flag-
folding drill.
"Our HST participates in veterans' funerals at
Jacksonville National Cemetery, as well as other cemeter-
ies in northeast Florida and southeast Georgia," said AT2
Michael Haber. "The folding process is the same whether
the flag covers a casket or flies from a flagstaff in your
front yard."





Step 6:
Continue
triangular
folding until
the entire -
length is
completed.


Step 4: Execute the first triangular fold by bringing the left
corner (folded edge) to meet the top (open edge) of the flag.



Step 7:
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Sesame Street Live entertains NAS Jax


Free admission to museums


From Staff


(From left) Grover, Cookie
Monster (in back), Elmo and
Rosita perform for the crowd
during the Sesame Street
Live show at NAS Jax June 6.
Hundreds of families came
out to see the characters sing
and dance.

Photos by

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Leonard


Cookie Monster entertains the audience during the event.


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The Sesame Street characters greet the excited crowd during
the show at NAS Jax in Hangar 117.


Analiza and Michael Gasque,
along with their 3-year-old
daughter, Stephanie, happily
watch their favorite char-
acters on stage during the
Sesame Street Live perfor-
mance. "The show was very
enjoyable and exciting for
my daughter. She watches
Sesame Street every day
and to get to see a live show
and meet the characters is
a dream come true for her,"
said Michael Gasque.


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junction with the National Endowment for the
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Real Widows...


This past Memorial Day was the
time for our nation to pause
and remember those who paid
the cost for our freedom. In the mili-
tary community, we know that for
each grave marker of a brave Sailor,
Soldier, Airman or Marine there is a
family left behind. Where are these
families and how do they move for-
ward from such a loss?
Surviving the loss of a service mem-
ber thrusts families into a new world.
There is much to do, decisions to be
made and emotions to deal with not
to mention weeding through the maze
of survivor benefits. How do you even
start? How do you heal? How do you
regroup and build a new life?
Several weeks ago I wrote about two
Army widows, LaNita Herlem and Deb
Petty. Both women lost their husbands,
killed in action in Iraq. In the months
since I met these ladies I have learned
so much about their journey through
grief, anger, rebuilding, honoring their
service member and even joy.


I am thrilled to reintroduce you
to Deb and LaNita and to announce
their new initiative. These two ladies
are bound together by not only their
husbands' commands, but their loss
and their journey to building their
new life.
Now, together they are launching an
internet talk show, "Real Widows" a
show by and about their fellow mili-
tary widows and widowers.
Real Widows launched June 9 on
Blog Talk Radio. Their show is a place
to connect with other widows and wid-
owers, learn from each other and gain
valuable support and information for
your journey as you honor your lost
service member.
Now if you think this show is going
to be a "sad" show as subject matter
experts drone on about survivor bene-
fits well, you couldn't be more off the
mark. Deb and LaNita are "spitfires"
who are honest about their lives. They


are quick to laugh, very candid and
at times downright ornery. And, they
are compassionate...you will find a
friend who cares in these women and
a commitment to honor their service
members by "living."
Widows and widowers are dispersed
across the country. Many move back
to hometowns -- and that can leave
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Naval Hospital
Jax will host
their second
annual Patient Safety
Symposium July 16
from 8 a.m. to 3:35 p.m.
at the Hyatt Regency
Jacksonville Riverfront,
225 East Coastline
Drive in downtown
Jacksonville.
The conference is for
health professionals who
are creating high reli-
ability health systems
and practices.
National speakers
include: Peter Pronovost,
MD, PhD (Johns
Hopkins University;
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grant" recipient; co-
author of Safe Patients,
Smart Hospitals) and
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Healthcare Performance
Improvement; designer of
human performance reli-
ability programs for com-
plex systems). Local speak-
JW ers include leaders from
Northeast Florida health
care organizations.
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includes breakfast and
lunch. To register go to:
http://capricorn.anf.unf.
edu/unftbo9/shopdisplay-
categories.asp.
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Asian-Pacific culture



celebrated at NavHosp Jax

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jax Public Affairs


Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville's Multi-
Cultural Aware-
ness Committee hosted
its annual observance of
Asian-Pacific Awareness
Month on May 27. The
theme this year was
"Diverse leadership for a
diverse work force."
NH Jax Executive Officer
Capt. Jennifer Vedral-
Baron said in opening
remarks, "It is astound-
ing to see the wide vari-
ety of differences we have
here. We need everyone's
thoughts, ideas and differ-
ences. This enlightens us
on what the Asian-Pacific
heritage brings to our coun-
try and how it enriches our
culture."
Cmdr. Gabriel Lee, pedi-
atrics associate director,
was the featured speaker.
He shared some of his expe-
riences coping with ste-
reotypes; some humorous,
others challenging; that he
went through in his youth.
Lee was born in Seoul,
Korea but from his earliest
memories grew up in New
York. He said, "I'm proud
to wear the uniform of the
U.S. Navy and I'm proud
to look out and see all the
American Asians who are
part of this big team."


From Naval Facilities
Engineering Command
Southeast Public Affairs

Bennie Boren, an
employee from
Naval Facilities
Engineering Command
(NAVFAC) Southeast,
was presented the 2010
Frances Perkins Vanguard
Award during the National
Small Business Week in
Washington D.C. May 25.
"We're thrilled that
Bennie has received this
well-deserved recognition,
said NAVFAC Southeast
Deputy for Small Business
Nelson Smith.
"His hard work and
dedication to providing
maximum opportunities
for Women-Owned Small
Businesses exemplifies
NAVFAC's commitment to
the Small Business pro-
gram."
Boren is the acquisi-
tion supervisor and small
business specialist with
Public Works Department
Gulfport on board Naval
Construction Battalion
Center Gulfport, Miss.
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tional song in Korean
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Ashley Wade and HM2
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Americans and award-
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responses.
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strated judo skills. HM1
Jay Goronal spoke about
the history of Asian-Pacific
Americans in this country.
The Multi-Cultural
Awareness Committee,
under the leadership of Lt.
Constance Robinson-Bell
pulled together a great
event with wonderful tradi-
tional foods from the Asian-
Pacific Islander community.


standing business leaders,
government officials and
small businesses whose
inspiring work in the feder-
al contracting arena are cre-
ating jobs and helping lead
economic recovery," said
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Mills during the award pre-
sentation.
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Vanguard Award honors
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for excellence in the use of
women-owned small busi-
nesses as prime contractors
and subcontractors.
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businesses is a win-win for
both the government and
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most innovative companies
and small businesses get the
oxygen they need to grow
and take their businesses to
the next level," said Mills.
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Social Media, designed to
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rent, real-world issues that
impact their businesses.
Every year since 1963,
the President of the United
States has proclaimed
National Small Business
Week to recognize the con-
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nesses to the economic well-
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Center are co-sponsoring four days of con-
solidated Navy health promotion training.
The training is scheduled at the Wellness
Center and will include:
July 19: Navy Health Promotion
Basics Course, Level II. This "hands-on"
course is for individuals who have com-
pleted the prerequisite online Navy Health
Promotion Basics Course, Level I available
on NKO.
Completing both the Level I and Level
II Navy Health Promotion Basics Courses
prepares the students to coordinate the
process of planning, implementing and
evaluating an effective Health Promotion
Program at their command. Learn more
about this training at: http://www-nehc.
med.navy.mil/Healthy_Living/Training/
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July 20: Tobacco Cessation
Facilitator Training. Prepares attendees


to facilitate Tobacco Cessation Programs
at their commands. Participant must be
tobacco free.
July 21: ShipShape Facilitator
Training. This BUMED-approved weight
management program facilitator training
is for those who are assigned as ShipShape
Program facilitators/coordinator and who
can commit to offering the program at least
twice per year for their command.
July 22: Patient-centered Prevention
Counseling. This half-day course pre-
pares the attendees to deliver effective pre-
vention counseling for patients or clients. It
focuses on the specific needs and interests
of the patient or client, to effectively assist
them in making healthy lifestyle changes.
The morning session will be for a general
audience, such as health promotion coor-
dinators. The afternoon session will be for
health care providers only.
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Call 542-3227.
Complete auto shop with 22 work bays
ASE-certified master mechanic available
for assistance
Open Monday, Thu'-1.i. & Friday 12 8
p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
FREEDOM LANES
BOWLING CENTER
Call 542-3493.
Wednesday
Free bowling for active duty
11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Color Pin Bowling
5 10 p.m. $2 games

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

Weekend Night Specials
Friday night 3 games and shoes
5 p.m. midnight, $10 per person

Extreme Bowling
Saturday night
7 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. midnight
$11 per person (includes shoes)

Color Pin Bowling
Wednesday 5 10 p.m., $2 games

Thin,'--i.i night all you can bowl
$3 games or $12 hourly lane rental
FITNESS & AQUATICS
Call 542-2930.


Outdoor Pool
Open weekends through Sunday, June 13
Saturday 11 a.m. 6 p.m., Sunday 1 5
p.m.
Summer hours begin June 15
Tuesday Saturday 11 a.m. 6 p.m.,
Sunday 1 5 p.m.
Free for military and DOD civilians. $3 for
guests.
Learn to swim program begins June 22.
Sign-up at the outdoor pool, June 12 at 9
a.m.
I.T.T. EVENTS
Call 542-3318.

Jacksonville Suns
(Tickets can't be purchased at ITT for July
4 game)
Home plate
Adult $11.50
Child $10.50
Reserved
Adult $8.50
Child $7.50
General Admission
Adult $5.50
Child $4.75

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

NASCAR Coke Zero 400 July 3
From The Turns Box $60 (Oldfield/
Lockhart)
From The Towers $80 (Keech/DePalma
Tower Seat)
All American offer $115
Sprint Fan Zone $25
(pre-race fan zone pass)
Salute To Military $92 (Keech/DePalma
Tower seat, Hat)
(Donation to the WWP-For each Salute to
Military package, $5 will be donated to the
Wounded Warrior Project)
NASCAR Subway Jalapeno 250 July 2
$25 (General Admission)


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

Yalaha Country Bakery and Lakeridge
Winery Bus Trip
Oct. 2, $20 per person

Carnival of Madness Tour featuring
Shinedown
Also appearing Chevelle, Puddle of Mudd,
Sevendust and 10 Years.
http://carnivalofmadness.com/
July 16 at the Veterans Memorial Arena
$58 per person, club seating

FCCJ Artist Series
Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring
the Rockettes
December 4 at 5 p.m.
December 11 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
$72 per person

Adventure Landing Dry pass $12, wet
pass $20, combo pass $32
Summer Waves in Jekyll Island, Ga $15
per person
Jacksonville Zoo $11 adult, $6.50 child
Stone Mountain in Atlanta, Ga $20.75 per
person
LIBERTY COVE RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted
to El-E6 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call 542-3491 for informa-
tion.

Free Comedy Zone trip
June 11 at 7 p.m.
Includes admission and appetizers!

Learn to fly at the Jax Navy Flying Club
June 27
Free introductory lesson
NAS JAX GOLF CLUB
Golf course info: 542-3249
Mulligan's info: 542-2936

Military Appreciation Days


$17 per person, includes cart & green fees
June 22 for active duty.
June 10 & 24 for retirees & DoD personnel.
0-CLUB & T-BAR
For information on booking command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
call the Officers' Club main office, 542-
3041.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3:30-7:30 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3:30-7:30 p.m.
MULBERRY COVE MARINA
Call 542-3260.

Free Kayak & Canoe Rental
Every T1huI'--1. for active duty

Skipper B Sailing Classes $150 per per-
son
Class #5 July 9, 10, 11, 17, and 18
Class #6 -Aug. 6, 7, 8, 14, and 15
Class #7 Sept. 10, 11, 12, 18, and 19
Class #8 Oct. 1, 2, 3, 9, and 10
YOUTH CENTER
Call 778-9772.

2010 Summer Camp Adventure Summer
Registration going on now for all eligible
MWR patrons!

Martial Arts Class Tang Soo Do
Open to CYP patrons
Monday and T1huiM'-d., 5:15 6 p.m.
$40 one time registration fee / uniform fee
per child
$50 per month for the first child
$40 per month for each additional child
NAS JAX FLYING CLUB
Call 777-8549/6035.

Private Pilot Ground School
$500 includes instruction and books
July 12 Aug. 18


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a child (or more than one) who lives
with you at any time during the year and
who is eligible to participate in Navy chil-
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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
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Captain's Cup Men/Women's Racquetball
Doubles Tourney June 21-25
The tournament is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists, and command DoD men and
women. Participants will earn participation points
for their command toward the captain's cup and
can earn additional points for finishing first, second
or third place. There will be a separate men and
women's division. Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign
up by June 16.
Captain's Cup Kickball League forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists, command DoD and DoD
contractor personnel. The league will be played
at lunchtime on Mondays and Wednesdays. All
interested personnel should stop by the base
gymnasium to get the rules and the required
paperwork to join the league.
Captain's Cub 3-on-3 Sand
Volleyball League starting
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD DoDDoD contractors and selective
reservists. The games will be played at 11:15 a.m.
and noon on Mondays and Wednesdays. Contact
the base gym if you are interested in joining the
league.
Greybeard Basketball League forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors and selective
reservists age 30 and up. The games are played
on Tuesday and Thursdays at 11:15 a.m. and
12:15 p.m. All interested personnel should contact
the base gymnasium to get the rules and the
required paperwork to join the league.
Intramural Basketball League to begin
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors and selective
reservists. Games are played in the evenings
starting at 5:15 p.m. All interested personnel should
contact the base gymnasium to get the rules and
the required paperwork to join the league.
Captain's Cup Wiffle Ball League forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors and selective
reservists. Games will be played at 11:15 a.m. and
noon on Mondays and Wednesdays. All interested
personnel should contact the base gymnasium to
get the rules and the required paperwork to join
the league.


7-on-7 Flag Football League starting
This is a captain's cup league and is open to
all NAS Jax active duty, command DoD, DoD
contractors and selective reservists. Roster and
entry form is due by June 25. Contact the base
gym if you are interested in joining the league.
Sports officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball,
football, volleyball, and wrestling at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
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Athlete of the Year


SERCC/Air Ops takes hard-fought


Greybeard softball championship


By Ryan Currie
MWR Intern


The bracket and the standings said it
all until the finals. CNATTU Red
was poised for an easy run to the
championship after receiving a first-round
bye as the number one seed. SERCC/Air
Ops, the number two seed would write a
different story.
CNATTU Red moved on to the champion-
ship game from the second-round by knock-
ing SERCC/Air Ops out of the winners
bracket. This meant the winner of the los-
ers bracket between SERCC/Air Ops and
CNATTU Blue, the number three seed,
would play for the championship and the
loser would take third place.
SERCC/Air Ops won a nail biting,


5-4 ball game to set up a rematch with
CNATTU Red for the title, as well as the
bragging rights for the summer. Having to
beat CNATTU Red twice, SERCC/Air Ops
won a hard-fought game 9-7 that forced
a second, winner-take-all-championship
game. With the home and away team being
decided by a coin toss, CNATTU Red would
be on the bottom of the scoreboard again
as the home team. SERCC/Air Ops jumped
out to a 3-0 lead in the top of the first and
CNATTU Red quickly answered with three
runs of their own in the bottom half of the
inning. Seven innings, 42 recorded outs
later, and a final score of 14-9, SERCC/
Air Ops came through the losers bracket to
win both games and the title of Greybeard
Spring Softball Champions.


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VR-58 with his award June 3. Perry was selected for participating in 4-on-4 flag foot-
ball, 7-on-7 flag football (VR-58 won both base championships), fall softball, fall volley-
ball, four events in the base command spring sports challenge, doubles fall badminton
(VR-58 took championship) and the base flag football team which competed in the
Swamp Bowl at the University of Florida. Perry also volunteers as a baseball coach for
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From Naval History & Heritage Command
June 10
1854 U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis,
Md. holds first formal graduation exercises.
Previous classes graduated without cer-
emony.
1896 Authorization of first experimen-
tal ship model tank.
June 11
1853 Five Navy ships leave Norfolk, Va.
on three-year exploration expedition to sur-
vey the far Pacific.
1927 After his non-stop, solo flight
across the Atlantic, Charles Lindbergh and
his plane, the Spirit of St. Louis, arrive at
Washington, D.C. on board Omaha-class
cruiser USS Memphis (CL-13).
1944 U.S. battleships off Normandy
provide gunfire support for Operation
Overlord.
1953 Navy ships evacuate 20,000
Koreans from West Coast Islands to safety
south of 17th parallel.
June 12
1944 Four carrier groups (15 carriers)
begin attack on Japanese positions in the
Marianas.
1948 The Women's Armed Forces
Integration Act provides for enlistment
and appointment of women in the Naval
Reserve.
1970 After earthquake in Peru, USS
Guam begins 11 days of relief flights to
transport medical teams and supplies, as
well as rescued victims.
June 13
1881 USS Jeannette is crushed in
Arctic ice pack.
1967 Operation Great Bend in Rung Sat
Zone, Vietnam.
June 14
1777 John Paul Jones takes command


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U.S. Navy photo
Aviator Charles Lindbergh returned to America from France aboard USS Memphis. Here,
Lindbergh prepares to disembark at the Washington Navy Yard on June 11, 1927.
of the Continental Navy sloop USS Ranger. Mexico.
1777 The Second Continental Congress 1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt signs
adopts "stars and stripes" design of present Naval Expansion Act to construct ships to
U.S. Flag. increase Navy's tonnage by 11 percent.
1847 Commodore Matthew Perry June 15
launches amphibious river operations by 1944 Fifth Fleet lands Marines on
Sailors and Marines on Tabasco River, Saipan, under the cover of naval gunfire,


John Paul Jones Achieves
British Naval Surrender
As commander of Ranger (an 18-gun
Continental Navy sloop) in 1777 and
1778, John Paul Jones operated in British
home waters and made audacious raids
on England's shore.
In recognition of his exploits, he was
placed in command of five French and
American vessels. Aboard his flagship,
the 42-gun frigate Bonhomme Richard,
Jones led his small squadron in the cap-
ture of seven merchantmen off the coast
of Scotland.
On September 23, 1779, Jones fought
one of the bloodiest engagements in
naval history against the 44-gun Royal
Navy frigate Serapis. Although his own
vessel was burning and sinking, Jones
would not accept the British demand
for surrender replying, "I have not yet
begun to fight." More than three hours
later, after lashing the two ships togeth-
er, Serapis surrendered to Jones and his
Sailors.

in conquest of Marianas.
1963 Launching of combat store ship,
Mars (AFS-1), first of a new class of under-
way replenishment ships.
1991 Two battle groups and amphibious
ships evacuate dependents and Air Force
personnel from Clark Air Force Base in
Philippines after Mount Pinatubo erupts.
June 16
1898 U.S. squadron bombards Santiago,
Cuba.
1965 Navy Department reactivates hos-
pital ship Repose (AH-16), first hospital
ship activated for Vietnam Conflict.


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Station, Jacksonville.
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sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
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MOSBY Family
Day Care Home,
Inc. Now enrolling:
Summer care,
respite care, meals
included. Middieburg.
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AC, Heating, Fuel
Appliances

Arts & Crafts
Auctions
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Business/Office Equipment
Clothes
Collectibles
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
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Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
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Public Sales
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Tickets
Trailers
Wanted to Buy or Trade



, 28' JENAIR Side by
side Refrigerator
stainless, ice wtr in
dr, great cond.,
$400obo. 912-882-5902



ABSOLUTE NO
RESERVE AUCTION
100 TRAVEL TRAIL-
ERS, 2005'S-2006'S
SELLING TO THE
HIGHEST BIDDERS !.
Sat June 12, at 10 am.
Preview Fri June 11
( Auction will be con-
ducted indoors with
seating and air cooling)
7725 78th St N Pinellas
Park, FI 727-388-7900 If
you cannot attend bid
live @ www.Jmarauc-
tioncompany.com
AB2740 DO NOT MISS
THIS OPPORTUNITY!!




HUGE ON-SITE
LIQUIDATION SALE
OF STORE FIXTURES,
GONDOLA/RETAIL
SHELVING, COMMER-
CIAL REFRIGERA-
TION, EQUIPMENT &
MORE IN JACKSON-
VILLE!
Call (254) 749-7354 or
www.GBLiquidations.com



A HP Photosmart 7760
Printer Barely used
$30. 904-707-6628

A C E R N B
COMPUTER Win-
dows XP, Office
2003. All kinds of
extras, wireless
mouse/external DVD/CD
Burner incl. $250. Call
349-7063



B. Langston's Presents
Arlington Waterfront
Furn, BR/DR sets, Lladro,
Waterford, bks, jewelry,
sq dance cost, HOUSE
FULL! 6117 Kellow Dr off
University S of Atlantic.
Wed 5-7 Thur/Fri 9-5 Sat 9-2
www.blangston.com


*Julington Creek Plantation *
House full antique Spode
China, glassware, furn,
books from 1700 &1 800's,
1830 Sampler, too much to
list. Fri/Sat 9-4, Sun 11-2
257 Crooked Court
By: KAS, Inc.
See estatesales.net






I Mattress Set I
I Still In The Factory
Sealed Plastic I

I $100.00 1
L(904)644 0498

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

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

BED: New Pillowtop
$90
Call 904-554-9018

China Cab- $200, Dinning
Set- $350 Dishwshr- $150,
Pool TbI- $350, Cmpt
Desk $75. 904-304-3365
H CHINA Cab. lighted
American of Mar-
tinsville, dark wd
gorgeous Fillegree
over glass drs. $225.
904-220-7886
c COUCH 67"X36"
deep, white like
new 264-6814
A DINING SET: nat.
bamboo 48" glass
top, 4 arm chrs,
4-24" bar stools
matching. Awesome.
$475. 264-6814
MATTRESS QUEEN
Pillowtop Set $130
(904) 644-0498
, Beautiful 2 cushion
sofa, solid oak cof.
tbl, 2 end tbis, 2
lamps. All in exc.
cond. 912-576-2137
A Tan/beige leather
sectional in great
cond., matching
access, tbis, lamps,
rug. Avail for sale. Ask-
ing $500. 904-757-2837
Entertainment Ctr
dark wd, $1200.
912-673-6965 after 5p

A Leather Loveseat's,
glass tbi, foot rest,
punching bag+
Gloves, bookshelf,
side tbi, etc. Good cond.
904-891-5189



Julington Creek Multi
Family Garage Sale!
Sat 6/12. 7am-2pm. 812
Golf Manor Ct. Christ-
mas decor, electronics,
furn., media, ciths, etc.
Mandarin- Furn, books,
movies, kit appis & a
variety of good stuff!
8976 Blaine Meadows Dr
Sat/Sun June 12 & 13, 9a-6p
ORANGE PARK Mov-
ing Sale! 3486 Worthing-
ton Oaks Drive, Satur-
day, June 12, 8am-2pm
Orange Park Yard Sale
Supporting the Order of
the Eastern Star. Sat.
6/12, 7a-2p, 511 Kingsley
Ave. Lrg & Small items.
Westside Thrift Store The
Best of New & Gently
used merchandise on the
Westside. Something for
Everyone. Every Thurs.
& Fri. 8am-til? 750
McCargo St. S. Jax 32221
Call for Dir. 904-781-0655



. DRAIN PIPE 6"
diameter, 25' flex-
ible corrugated pipe
$35. 264-6814
FILL DIRT
CHEAP!!!
Call David at: 382-2658



4 Craftsman 10"
Radial arm saw.
Does everything.
Must sell. $275obo.
Bob 612-0566 after 1pm.


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Employer M/F/D/V.


Callaway Steelhead
X-14 Irons. 3-sand
wedge, Big Bertha
3-wood, 5-wood
Taylor Maid utility $150.
John 307-5841
FILL DIRT
CHEAP!!!
Call David at: 382-2658
, Granite 1" thick
black UBATUBA
for average kitch.,
bath counters. Orig.
cost $7k. Will sell all for
$300. 904-249-9122
Guardian Generator
20k W with Xfer Switch.
NEVER HOOKED UP
904-778-6589
B 14' Whirlpool Refrig
frost free less than
S2yrs olda Ra125.
SBryan 215-5922












$Cash$ for lunk cars
200+. Free towing, lost
titles. Jim 904-781-3813
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3-Paid! Priv. cW 3-5-Drivecr





tor seeking WWI/II

meDunlop irons $1meda5. Ra
904-316-8513



BOXER PUPS w/ health
certns $30. S tarter sets.e,








$500. Call 904356860223




English Bulldog Pups AKC
Champion lines, all colors
20En0+lish Free towing, lost











tiontles Jcom 904-781-3824913

German Rottweilers AKC
5F, 4M, 10 wks, $700
serious inq. 9047036536C

German Shepherd Pups AKC
6F2MPaid! Priv. collec-n,











vet ck $1500 904-563-6271
German Sheparde
on Northside.
5M AND 5F. 904-766-0690.

GREAT DANE PUPPIES



Health CertP. $w550/
352-546- 345
Italian Greyhound Pups
taking deposits 4/F, 1I/M
born 5/5/10 ready to
leave mother 7/5/10. Call
727239904-654-9112 If Interested.













LAB Puppies AKC
Yellow, Block Heads ll col$700
2846606 avi now. $1400 904-607-4488













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microchip Health Cert
microchip Health Cert


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Maltese For Sale CKC
first shots and dew-
ormed call 912-674-1022
MALTESE Pups- CKC,
females 912-422-3982
www.walkerkennel.com
MINI DACHSHUNDS,
AKC 6 MALES, ALL
S/H. CALL 904-374-3091
GO TO WWW.ROBINS-
DACHSHUNDNEST.COM
Pekingese Puppies CKC
Beautiful coat $500
Call for pics 352-591-2271
PERSIAN KITTEN, CFA
shots, many colors, ador-
able. $250-$300. 724-9620
PUG PUPPIES. AKC,
fawn, all shots, papers
$400ea. 904-259-6276
PUPPIES CKC Reg 4 Min
-Pins $350. 3 Jack Rus-
sells $200. 2 Pin/Chihua-
hua Mix $99. 912-275-5820
Rat Terrier Pups UKCI,
many colors $350-$450.
wwwmccartysratterriers.co
Schnauzer pups Salt/Pep-
per & White POP Raised
indoors $350 386-288-5414
Sereve Macaw for Sale.
2 years old, hand raised,
talking, excellent health
includes cage, play-
stand, food $900
904-477-5777
Shih Tzu, Shih-Poo, Pug &
Chihuahua Pups. Cute,
small. Cash only
904-721-5253, 904-502-5013
Soft Coated Wheaten
Terrier puppies ACA
No shed 8 wks on June 3
$700.00 (904)568-7543
t FREE to good
home 3yr old
Golden Retriever,
Small shots, neutered.
Great family pet.
904-707-6628
WOLF HYBRID PUPS
well tempered, great w/
kids. 904-305-1122, 305-1115
YORKIES- Small, AKC,
Male $650 Female $750
Call 386-776-2865




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1984 SKYLANE AIR-
CRAFT & HANGER
Nice cond., as is, located
in St. Simons Island Ga.
Call for detai ls.
770-438-8728, 678-464-4410




48hp Evinrude gal-
v i n i z e d t r I r.
$2000obo. 729-2490
1978 GALAXY 19"
Runabout, 165hp
Mercruiser, Deep V
Hull exc. cond.,
interior good cond., out-
drive needs work.
Galvanized trir. 472-6291
33' 2008 Grady White
336 Canyon, center
console, twin Yamaha,
350 outboards, Furuno
electronics, outriggers,
bow thruster, double live
well, Sirus radio,
electric reel outlets (6)
exc cond, located
Carabelle, Fl. $178,000
229-436-8407 / 229-344-7081
Two Yamaha FX HO
Jetskis with trailer. 2007
with <35 hours! $14K.
Cal 1904-945-0300.





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$49,995 Call Today 1 -866 -414 -6945
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PRICED TO SELL,
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(\CONTESSA '98 LUXURY
DIESEL NOW REDUCED
TO ONLY $64,999 WONT
LAST! Call Today 1-866 -414 -6945
FLAGSTAFF TT '03,
LOOKS AND CAMPS
GREAT AFFORDABLE AT
ONLY $7995. Call Today
1-866 414 -6945
SFLEETWOOD '07AMERI-
CANNA POP UP SUPERB
CONDITION READY TO GO
CAMPING WONT LAST ONLY
$99 PM Call Today 1-866 -414 -6945
MONTANNA FW '01
LOADED WITH SLIDE
Ready to CAMP, NOW
ONLY $13,999. WONT LAST
AT THIS PRICE
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WONT LAST AT $8499.
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SSUPER NOVA '08 SUPER
C DIESEL COACH
IMMACULATE 1 OWNER,
LOADED AND ON SALE $11,999
Call Today 1-866 -414 -6945

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LOW MILES LIKE NEW
CALL TODAY $42,999. Call
Today 1-866-414-6945

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LUTELY IMMACULATE $97,999
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WILDCAT FW'02,
LOADED AND PRICED
TO SELL $12,999
Call Today 1-866-414 -6945





Harley Davidson 1988
FXR Runs & sounds
good Garage kept in Jax
Beach $6000 813-598-5621

S2 0 0 7 HONDA
Shadow Aero 750c
black, low mi's,
exc. cond. $5000obo.
912-573-4718

Yamaha 650cc V-Star
2006 Custom Shaft drive
14k miles well main-
tained garage kept
many extras $3975 obo
904-294-2801





1955 Chevy 3100 Pick Up
Truck. Fully restored
original truck, red/
creme, 4 speed manual,
six cylinder, oak with
stainless steel strips in
bed, pristine condition
$18,000. 904-707-7014

1980 450SL Mer-
cedes hardtop con-
vertible 86kmi, orig.
paint. 904-573-9872




1980 450SL Mer-
cedes hardtop con-
vertible 86kmi, orig.
paint. 904-573-9872

1996 DODGE
Avenger 4cy, auto,
trans, new tires,
t new ignition mod-
ule needs trans work.
$800. 912-322-2633

4 2002 Ford Thunder-
bird cony. w/hard
top, Ltd Edt. torch
red, loaded, 22kmi,
614-4080. $25K. Nego.

FORD MUSTANG GT "08
Premium, 9300mi, 5spd,
Ithr, all pwr, garaged,
asking $21,500. 904-662-6663

HYUNDAI SONATA 2010
379mi, silver, 4dr, loaded,
wrty, $22K. 904-772-5321

A MAZDA RX8 '04-
red, 64k, 6spd,
navig. sys., Ithr, 18"
wheels. Zoom Zoom
$10,500 firm. 904-556-6107































Nissan Altima Coupe
2009 2.5S 16,500 miles,
Used retail: $21,600.
Asking: $19,900. South-
side. Call 706-461-0405.

SAAB '07 9.5 Turbo Sedan
w/Moonroof. Fully
equipped, auto, Xenon,
rain sensing wipers, 6
disc CD, cruise, OnStar,
Phone 36k miles Silver
Metallic $17,500
1-904-278-7123

Volkswagon "05 Convert-
ible Bug, Lt Blue- 57,500
$10,500. 904-430-0170
eileenboyle36@yahoo.com





S1998 CHEVY
BLAZER LS 4x4,
2dr, 134kmi's, sun-
S roof, auto, V6/4.3,
new tires. Tom 891-2659

S2002 Acura MDX
S Touring edt. Low
mi's. 210-7445. $14K

2003 Acura RSX
auto, Io mis', orig.
P owner $10,300.
-210-7445

S2004 ISUZU 14" Box
truck 51kmi, 4cyl,
12turbo diesel, good
cond. $12,000.
912-673-7995

FORD RANGER2006 W/
BED LINER GOOD
CONDITION 49K MILES
$9,500. 904-669-4808

Nissan Xterra '06 4WD,
gray w/gray cloth int,
low mi, great cond
$16,500 obo 904-501-7693

TOYOTA TACOMA 07
FOR SALE $9,500 FOR
MORE INFORMATION


CALL 904-669-4808




CHEVY 2500 EXP






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






200+. Free towing, lost
titles. Jim 904- 781-3813

CASH FOR JUNK CARS
Alive or Dead
Free Pickup 237-1657


$7.8 Billion






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KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


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

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








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

JERRY HAMM CHEV
3494 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
www.jerryhamm.com


ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
www.atlanticjeep.com
2330 US1 South 3544421

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


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


ATLANTIC DODGE
www.atlanticjeep.com
2330 US1 South 3544421

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

ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500


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


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PAUL CLRKFOID4ERCMUY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee)
225-3673

MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy.
904-292-3325

MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060


MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673



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NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826


DUVAL HONDA
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900


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


KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


ATLANTIC INFINITE
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200








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

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


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


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KIA OF ORANGE PARK
6373 Blanding Blvd.
771-6078


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LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000

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







NORTH FLORIDA
LINCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100

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







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


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








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




SUZUKI


BENNETT SUZUKI
230 Kenneth Gay Dr.
Kingsland GA
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