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-\ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
5 I I


Photo by Clark Pierce
Backed by CPO selectees, NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay and Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW/SS)
Jeffery Hudson salute the colors as "Taps" is played at the end of the 9/11 remembrance service.


Where were you nine years ago?


By Clark Pierce
Editor
More than 150 Sailors and
civilians gathered Sept.
10 at NAS Jacksonville's
All Saints Chapel to mark the
ninth anniversary of the 9/11 ter-
ror attacks on the United States in
which nearly 3,000 people died.
NAS Jacksonville Command
Chaplain (Cmdr.) Gerald Felder per-
sonally greeted many of the guests
before the ceremony, including a large
group of the air station's chief petty
officer selectees. He told them, "We
commemorate the tragic events of
Sept. 11, 2001, not only for the loss of
innocent lives, but because we must
never forget this act of cowardice that
was visited upon our own soil. As
Americans, we will continue to fight
terrorism around the world. We main-
tain freedom, we fight to protect our
homeland, we even fight to protect the
freedom of others who may sometimes
criticize our actions."


In his remarks, guest speaker
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt.
Jeffrey Maclay said that 9/11 was a
turning point in American history.
"It's one of those days that we all
remember what we were doing when
we heard the news. So it's important
that we remember those who died
that day, along with those who have
perished in the nine years since. In
our ever-changing, ever-challenging
world, we must remain vigilant in
order to stay one step ahead of those
who intend to do harm to America,"
said Maclay
The event was led by Chaplain (Lt.)
Buster Williams. Delivering the invo-
cation was Chaplain (Lt.) Hyoanie
Chan-Williams. Natalie Reed sang
the national anthem and Chaplain
Felder delivered a rousing benedic-
tion.
On the day after the NAS Jax 9/11
Remembrance Service, President
Barack Obama stood at the Pentagon
with Defense Secretary Robert Gates


and Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Obama called the Sept. 11 anniver-
sary a reflection, unity and renewal.
"We gather to remember, at this
sacred hour, on hallowed ground - at
places where we feel such grief and
where our healing goes on," he said.
While it's natural to dwell on the
images of carnage from the attacks
and the final moments of the victims'
lives, Obama told the families, "these
memorials and your presence today
remind us to remember the fullness of
their time on Earth.
Chief of Naval Operations Admiral
Gary Roughead also attended the 9/11
Memorial Service at the Pentagon.
"Having been in the Pentagon on 9/11,
for me, it will be a time of reflection
and rededication. For all, a time to
remember, to not forget and to focus
on making the future better for all,"
said Roughhead.

See REMEMBERING, Page 9


Photo by HMI(SW) Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Lynn
Welling receives his influenza vaccination in preparation
for the 2010-11 flu season.




NH Jax



readies for



flu season


So should you!

By Loren Barnes
NH Jax Public Affairs

N aval Hospital Jacksonville (NH Jax)
Commanding Officer, Capt. Lynn Welling,
was first in line to receive his annual influ-
enza vaccination on Sept. 7 as the hospital's "Flu
Clinic" opened for business. CMDCM(AW/SW)
Cameron Bracewell, NH Jax command master chief,
received the inhalant version of the vaccine, as NH
Jax Executive Officer Capt. Michael Vernere and the
entire Executive Steering Council were queuing up
to be inoculated.

See FLU, Page 10


POWs/MIAs

remembered

at NAS Jax

By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO
N AS Jacksonville
held its annual
POW/MIA Recogni-
tion Observance Sept. 10
at All Saints Chapel to pay
tribute to former POWs
and to recognize families
of those who are still unac-
counted for.
The ceremony began
with the national anthem
followed by the invocation
from Command Chaplain
(Cmdr.) Gerald Felder
and the POW Pledge of
Allegiance by Herman
Lodinger, a former World
War II POW.
NAS Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer Capt.
Jeffrey Maclay recognized
the POWs for their service.
"Our hearts and thoughts
will always be with those
who cherished liberty, then
guarded and defended it
under the most adverse
situations. It is our duty
as Americans to remem-
ber our nation's heroes who


Members of the NAS Jax Honor Support Team conduct a 21-gun
POWs and MIAs following the observance at the All Saints Chapel.


never failed to answer the
call to defend their coun-
try or to secure freedom for
oppressed people in other
lands," he said.
"To the former POWs
with us today, to their fami-
lies and to the families of
our MIAs, I say thank you
from a grateful nation."
Maclay also recognized
Mary Hoff, an MIA wife
and member of the National
League of American
Prisoners and Missing in
Southeast Asia, who cre-
ated the POW/MIA flag
which was officially recog-
nized by the 101st Congress
on Aug. 10, 1990.
Maclay then introduced
Michelle Barth, who read


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
salute in recognition of


During the observance, for- m m-
mer German POW Andy
Ramotnik talks about his
experiences as a prisoner in Former WWII POW Henry
Nazi Germany in WWII. Lodinger reads the POW
a statement from Sen. Pledge of Allegiance during
Bill Nelson, D-Fla.; Adele the annual NAS Jax POW/
__MIA Observance at All Saints
See POW CEREMONY, Page 9 Chapel on Sept. 10.


Photo by Clark Pierce

Performing at the NAS Jax

Air Show Oct. 23-24 ...

Navy E-2/C-2 Hawkeye Team

The E-2C Hawkeye, powered by twin Allison T56-
A-425 turboprop engines, is a carrier-based aircraft
designed for air defense
and strike control. As the
first fixed-wing aircraft
launched off of an aircraft
carrier during flight opera-
tions, the E-2C is the fleet's
"eye in the sky." The E-2C's
technology fills a variety 20 0
of roles, including surface
surveillance, search-and- NAS JA
rescue, air traffic control, AIR SHOW
and communications relay. BIRTHPLACE OF THE BLUE ANGELS
The C-2A Greyhound, a
derivative of the Hawkeye, provides critical logistics
support to carrier strike groups. Its primary mis-
sion is the transport of high-priority cargo, mail and
passengers between carriers and shore bases. The
large aft cargo ramp/door and a powered winch allow
straight-in rear cargo loading and unloading for fast
turnaround. The C-2As in-flight, ramp-open capability
allows the airdrop of supplies and personnel.


1 1%1sIS "h U.


Signing Party
Rear Adm. Alexander Issues Proclamations
Page 3


CPO Season
Great White Fleet Competition
Pages 6 & 7


Saving Sailors
Million Dollar Sailor Program
Page 4













2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 16, 2010


Looking back to August 2007


0 0 0


Photo by MCSN Brandon Morris
An S-3B Viking of the VS-32 "Maulers" waits for an F/A-18F Super Hornet to vacate the catapult on board the aircraft
carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65) in the Persian Gulf. Sea Control Squadron 32 was established in 1950 at NAS Norfolk,
Va. In 1973, the Maulers moved to NAS Cecil Field. When Cecil Field closed in 1999, the squadron moved to NAS
Jacksonville. VS-32 was disestablished in September 2008.



MyCaa gatekeeper for old school military
By Sarah Smiley


In March, the Department of
Defense (DoD) took away a ben-
efit many military spouses didn't
know they had: $6,000 of financial
assistance toward an education
"leading to employment in Portable
Career Fields."
Military spouses everywhere cried
"foul." The familiar refrain was, "after
all we've sacrificed for the military,
they're going to take away our assis-
tance for an education?"
The good news is that on October
25th, the DoD will reinstate the pro-
gram. The bad news is that it will
have these new restrictions: par-
ticipants must be the spouse of an
activity duty (or Reservists on active
orders) service member in pay grades
E-1-E-5, W-W2, or 01-02; funding is
limited to $4,000, with a $2,000 fiscal
year maximum; the program of study
must be finished in three years; and,
according to the DoD, "funding is lim-
ited to only Associate's degrees, certi-
fications and licensure programs."
Read that last part again: "funding
is limited to only Associate's degrees,
certifications and licensure pro-
grams." We'll come back to this later.
I'm pursuing my masters degree
in mass communication, thanks to
MyCaa. I should tell you, however,
that I probably needed a PhD to fig-
ure out the program's bureaucracy
and paperwork.
I saw the folder that the Bursar's
Office at the University of Maine kept
on my financial aid, and it was as
thick as a metropolitan phone book.
Luckily, I had the personal, patient
and meticulous support of Mr. Dennis
Casey, without whom I'd still be try-
ing to log on to MyCaa's website.
Yet, it's hard to complain, because
going back to school would not have


been financially possible for me with-
out MyCaa, despite the fact that my
husband is in a pay grade higher than
those eligible under the new restric-
tions. Once I complete my masters,
I'll work on my PhD, a degree that
will not be covered after October.
(Remember, "funding is limited to
only Associate's degrees, certifications
and licensure programs.")
To be fair, my PhD would not be
covered anyway because I've already
hit the $6,000 cap under the old pro-
gram rules.
However, this new restriction really
bothers me. Is the DoD threatened
by wives with anything more than
an Associate's degree, certification or
licensure? I believe so.
First of all, pursuing a 4-year
degree usually requires staying in one
location for longer than the military's
standard 2-3 years. One of the DoD's
greatest assets is spouses who smile
and happily follow along. If these
women set their sights on advanced
degrees, their kind will be in short
supply. Don't think that the military
isn't aware.
Second, military wives with higher
degrees might be in the market for a
better paying job than their service
member husband.
When faced with reenlistment,
couples often consider whose job can
offer them a better standard of living.
The military knows it cannot compete
with the civilian salaries of employees
with advanced degrees. Therefore, it's
in their interest to prevent spouse's
from attaining one.
Likewise, military families are
usually sent to parts of the country


with notoriously depressed economies.
A spouse with her masters or PhD
might be able to offer her family a bet-
ter standard of living elsewhere.
This role reversal that isn't as far-
fetched as you might believe. In the
July/August 2010 issue of Atlantic
Magazine, Hanna Rosin's article "The
End of Men" stated this: "Earlier this
year, for the first time in American
history, the balance of the workforce
tipped toward women, who now hold
a majority of the nation's jobs ....
Women dominate today's colleges and
professional schools . . . . The postin-
dustrial economy is indifferent to
men's size and strength. The attri-
butes that are most valuable today
- social intelligence, open communica-
tion, the ability to sit still and focus -
are, at a minimum, not predominantly
male."
If "The End of Men" is correct, if
women are destined to dominate the
postindustrial workforce, the DoD has
a heck of a problem on its hands. And
they know it.
Wives who don't want to move.
Families that can make a better liv-
ing elsewhere. Women with degrees
that lead to jobs (|ihy.-ii.in- lawyers,
professors, etc) that aren't necessar-
ily or easily "portable." These are vex-
ing concerns for the DoD, ones that
potentially could topple the traditional
model of a military family.
Programs like MyCaa, with its new
restrictions, seem to be addressing
this growing modern day dilemma
by placing what amounts to a glass
ceiling on the aspirations of military
spouses.
Shatter it, shall we?


VA disability


assistance available

From AMVETS
f you are retiring or separating from
active duty and need assistance with
submitting your claim for disabil-
ity and compensation to the Veteran's
Administration (VA), you can start up to one
year prior to retiring/separating with getting
our medical information in order.
AMVETS is the Veterans Service
Organization advocate for separating or retir-
ing service members and their families pro-
viding assistance with submission of claims to
the VA for benefits, disabilities and compensa-
tion. AMVETS is a national Veterans Service
Organization authorized to submit claims to
the VA and advocate for veterans and their
families with the VA nationwide.
All assistance is free of charge and you
are not required to become a member of
AMVETS to use their services. For more
information and to make an appointment,
call David Sanders at 542-2834 or email
david.d.sanders@navy.mil.


NAS Jax drivers, be prepared to

Watch for
base youth
boarding
- &
- exiting
: school buses


OS2 GLOVER

Job title/command:
- Brig Staff, NAS Jax TPU


Hometown: Lewisville,



Favorite duty station/
Why? USS O' Bannon, my first
duty station in the Navy.

Last book read: Ecology 101


Favorite pastime: Spending time with
my family.


Most interesting experience: Visiting
in-laws for the first time in Honduras.


Who is your hero? My mother, Juanita
Smith





GARY PENNINGTON
/ (Job title/command:
SI i.- \ FRCSE Sheet Metal
I . , Mechanic

Hometown: Athens, W.Va.

Favorite duty station/
Why? NAS Jacksonville,
because of the weather, beach and it's close
to attractions.

Last book read: Readers Digest

Favorite pastime: Attending my son's
ballgames.


Most Interesting Experience: Spending
two years in Saudi Arabia working for Bell
Helicopter during the first Gulf War.


Who is your hero? All service members in
Iraq and Afghanistan.


CIThe
ICenter


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NAS Jacksonville, NSB Kings Bay, NS Mayport


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NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer....................Capt. Jeffrey Maclay
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer.........................Capt. Robert Sanders
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
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FROM THE HOMEFRONT


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of my friends said I better plan on figuring in the insurance cost
before I get too serious. If one car is much more expensive on insur-
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an idea for these costs, do I have to call my insurance company and
go through all of the questions for each car I'm considering? That
seems like a hassle. Right now there are about eight cars I'm con-
sidering.
MoneyChic says: I can't help myself from reminding you that
if you purchase a vehicle that is slightly used, say one or two years
old, you will immediately be saving money. Large amounts of depre-
ciation occur on a vehicle within the first two years; however if you
have made up your mind that this car must be brand new, then
here are some tips.
Your friends are correct in that different makes and models of
vehicles all have different prices for coverage. For instance, a sports
car is typically going to be more costly to insure than a sedan.
Check out http://moneycentral.msn.com. This will take you to
the personal finance section, from there, click on the Insurance tab.
Next, you can click on auto insurance and from there you will find
a set of tools. One of them shows the average insurance rates for
all 2010 car models. It's simple to scroll through to see any car you
are interested in purchasing and the cost to insure. You can also
specify the state in which you reside, for a more detailed estimate.
Keep in mind that these are estimates only. Once you call your
insurance agent, there will be other factors to figure in, such as
your age and driving history. The agent will be the only one that
can give you exact figures for your scenario, and yes, that can take
some time on the phone. Utilize the online tool to help you narrow
down your choices and then as you get serious about purchasing
and have the options narrowed down to about three, you can call
and get actual quotes. Good luck!











JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 16, 2010 3


Proclamation honors

ombudsmen
Rear Adm. Tim Alexander, commander, Navy Region Southeast, signs
a proclamation honoring Sept. 14, 2010, as the 40th anniversary of the
Navy Ombudsman Program. Looking on from left are: Southeast Regional
Chaplain (Capt.) Timothy Lantz, Region Southeast Educational Services/
Deployment Support Coordinator Diane Parker, Region Southeast Fleet and
Family Readiness Director Hector Spulveda, NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center Trainer Wanda Archer, NAS Jacksonville Ombudsman
Coordinator Wilhelmina Nash, Region Southeast Executive Director Bruce
Cwalina, Region Southeast Command Master Chief CDCMC Joseph Curtain,
and Submarine Base Kings Bay Fleet and Family Support Center Director
Debbie Lucas.


Photo by NRSE Public Affairs


Suicide Prevention

Month


Photo by NRSE Public Affairs
Rear Adm. Tim Alexander, commander, Navy Region
Southeast, signs a proclamation Sept. 8 to designate
September as Suicide Prevention Month, during a ceremony
in his office. Looking on are members of the Navy Region
Southeast and installation staffs. The proclamation focused
on first responders applying ACT - Act, Care, Treat - as a pro-
active approach to suicide prevention.


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violence training by Oct. 6
From Staff
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NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
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Seminar Oct. 14, from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., at the NAS
Jacksonville Officers' Club.
CEUs will be offered. Topics include: When Women Kill,
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Million Dollar





Sailors save big


FRCSE Sailors learn

how to build wealth

for the future

By Marsha Childs
FRCSE Public Affairs


Sailors can now join the
Navy and retire wealthy
-just by applying the
simple techniques taught dur-
ing the two-day Million Dollar
Sailor (MDS) seminar held quar-
terly at the Fleet and Family
Support Center (FFSC) at NAS
Jacksonville.
Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast (FRCSE) Sailors
and their families are taking
advantage of the MDS program
designed to help them make bet-
ter financial choices and become
more savvy consumers and inves-
tors.
FFSC Accredited Financial
Counselor Rufus Bundrige teach-
es the program, which is based on
sound money management prin-
ciples. The program is open to all
service members and their fami-
lies, but it targets young adults
ages 17 to 25.
"It helps Sailors understand the
significance of finances by learn-
ing at a young age the discipline
to manage their money," said
Bundrige.
AD3 Kristi Rhodes, 24, works at
the Power Plants (400) Division.
Before the MDS course, she had
no budget and no idea where her
money was going each month.
Following the training, she set up
a spreadsheet to track her month-
ly spending.
"I was amazed at how much
money I was simply throwing
away," she said. "If I stick to my


Photos by Marsha Childs
ATAN Tory Rooks (left), PRAN James Moran (center left) and AD3(AW)
Kristi Rhodes (right) discuss the money management strategies they have
implemented since taking the Million Dollar Sailor seminar taught by
Rufus Bundrige at the Fleet and Family Support Center.


budget, I can save over $1,000 a
month."
Rhodes is saving money to buy a
house in South Carolina some day.
She shares the financial tools she
has learned with junior Sailors so
they too can save for the future.
"If you spend like you're rich,
you will always be poor," she said,
"and if you spend like you're poor,
you will always be rich."
Another FRCSE Sailor who
adopted the financial lessons
learned at the MDS seminar is
PRAN James Moran, 20, a recov-
ering impulse spender. He said he
uses only one credit card for emer-
gencies, and he does not need an
expensive car to feel good about
himself.
"My stepfather always told me it
doesn't matter what other people
think of you, it is what you think
of yourself that matters," he said.
Moran and his fiance are get-
ting married in October. They are
saving to buy land on which they


ATAN Tory Rooks troubleshoots a
circuit card installed in avionics
equipment on a P-3 Orion aircraft.
He is one of many FRCSE Sailors
who has attended a two-day finan-
cial management program offered
quarterly by the Fleet and Family
Support Center. He has opened
a savings account and is working
hard to establish good credit.

will eventually build a home after
Navy life.
ATAN Tory Rooks, 20, another
MDS graduate, said he has one
credit card that he uses for a good
reason.
"I use my credit card - but I
pay it off at the end of the month,"


At FRCSE 800 Division, PRAN James Moran prepares to fill an anti-expo-
sure suit with water to check for leaks. The suit keeps aviators dry while
flying. Moran is saving his Navy pay and applying the lessons learned in
the Million Dollar Sailor program to build wealth for the future.


said Rooks. "I want to build up
my credit rating."
Rooks is building good financial
habits. He now budgets and pri-
oritizes his spending on what is
important to him.
"Before, I couldn't tell you at the
end of the month where my money
went," he said. "I now have a sav-
ings account and deposit $250
each payday."
Bundrige, who has been teach-
ing the class for about a year,
credits FRCSE's command finan-
cial specialists and the training
department for supporting the
program. He said more than 80
percent of his seminar students
are FRCSE Sailors.


AMC Scott Keffer, leading chief
of the training and maintenance
administration department, said
he sees young Sailors making
the same financial mistakes. He
warns them that financial indebt-
edness can turn into an admin-
istrative problem that can lead to
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Some lears, such as Bomber 19" cruised into Sea King Park with dreams of glory - only to
be dashed upon the rocks of the Raging Main.


Despite a sunny afternoon in the mid-90s, chief petty officer selectees at NAS Jacksonville
enthusiastically parade their renditions of Navy battleships from the Great White Fleet of
1908.


Team VB-20 recreated the battleship USS Alabama and armed it with multiple water guns.
Davy Jones said he was proud and invited them to visit his locker at the bottom of the ocean.


After answering questions from the Amphitrite, Queen of the Sea, and other nautical charac-
ters positioned around the race course, chief petty officer selectee teams pushed "full speed
ahead" to cross the finish line with the fastest time.


Team VC-4 danced the one-legged polywog hop until King Neptune's trusty crew grew tired x:... ,.; . , . . .,. ' 'i -.t
of the performance and ordered them on their way.
The "Jokers" team smiled and laughed they approached the heritage course at Sea King Park.
Little did they know what King Neptune had in store for them.













JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 16, 2010 7


CHIEF SELECTEES


RECREATE


HISTORICAL EVENT

By Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Deputy PAO

Newly selected chief petty officers from NAS
Jacksonville and tenant commands brought a bit
of history alive as they participated in the Great
White Fleet Boat Race at Sea King Park Sept. 9.
Hundreds of family members, friends and co-workers came
out to cheer the seven teams as they raced their "battleships"
across the field, stopping to answer historical questions along
the way. If answered correctly, the teams were allowed to
move on to the next stop. If not, they were sent to the center
of the field to do laps for each question they missed.
Each of the vessels replicated one of the battleships of the
Great White Fleet of 1908. "This is the premier deckplate
leadership train-
ing program in the
world. This training
not only promotes
spirit de corps' but
gives the selectees a
very detailed team-
building challenge t
using the leader-
ship skills they've t
been taught up to
this point," said
NAS Jax Command
Master Chief
CMDCM(SW/SS)
Jeffrey Hudson.
"The Navy has a
very rich and deep
heritage and we
need to lock onto
that history and
heritage to stay
focused on the
importance of our
overall mission
which is to sup- ADCS(AW/SW) James Babb, calls for
port and defend the the Great White Fleet Sailors to fall in
Constitution of the and sound off.
United States," he
continued.
"In the U.S. Navy, there is a distinct separation of respon-
sibility and accountability from the first class petty officer
to chief petty officer. This training is designed to teach them
just how significant that separation is," Hudson added. "Most
first class petty officers know what they are responsible for
but they don't really understand the difference until they put
the anchors on for the first time. This training is designed to
set them up for success the first time they put anchors on."
According to ADCS Jim Babb, the NAS Jax command fit-
ness leader who has been overseeing the training, base and
tenant command CPOs began planning in March to deter-
mine the mission of how to prepare the new chiefs.
"Every event is wrapped around heritage, guiding prin-
ciples, the Navy Creed, and Navy Core Values. The most
important thing they learn is to take care of the troops and
be the person to step up when something is wrong or unsafe,"
said Babb. "We created a challenging schedule that continues
to task and over-task them. We want them to understand
that multitasking is something a chief has to deal with
daily."
I think many of our selectees here are starting to under-
stand that - we make things happen," he explained. "We can
work with the wardroom to make things happen. They learn
that it's not about individuals -it's about the whole command.
They learn to step up to the plate and take charge."
"The Great White Fleet was created by President Roosevelt
in 1908. He sent the fleet around the world to show that the
U.S. was a great sea power. This is a fun event - they get
to dress in costume and create their own battleships," Babb
added. "We used units from the Battle of Leyte Gulf and
have seven squadrons represented here today."
"This is an excellent exercise in team building. It builds
unity and adds some fun to a hard week of vigorous training.
It took a lot of man hours, supplies and late nights to put this
all together," said AWO1 Jerry Fullerton of VP-30.
"I think this is a great event because it promotes team
building and it's really brought us closer together and
allowed us to have some fun," added AWO1 Michelle Lloyd of
VP-8.
When races concluded, an awards ceremony recognized
the winners. Placing first for being the fastest was USS
Wisconsin and taking best of show was USS Virginia.


A "genuine chief" of King Neptune's trusty crew blindfolds chief petty officer selectee LTR1 Michael Curtis, who must walk
the plank for incorrectly answering a question about Navy heritage.


King Neptune I ADCS Jeff \Valers) and a pair of trust\
crewmales ,l'\\\CS Jason Reimer and A~\VFCS Penn\
Gorlon) lell the pol\\\og-like CPO selec tees that losers
\\ill sink to Da\\ Jones' locker.


Neptune's wife, Amphitrite AW\'OC Deena MickelsonI,
is guarded Ib\ rust\ cre wman lAEC Shawn Diggsl from
Da\\ Jones' locker. Each NAS Jackson\ille chief pell\
officer selectee earn had to answer her question before
the\ could more forward in the Great While Fleet etent
Sept. 9.


Davy Jones, portrayed by AFCM Joe Tierney, was the expert
color commentator during the battleship races.


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8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 16, 2010

Judge Advocate General's Corps tours VP-30
By Lt. j.g. Dave Mundell .Im
VP 30 PAO -


More than a dozen of NAS
Jacksonville's own JAG
Corps officers visited
VP-30 Sept. 7 to learn about the
fleet replacement squadron for
the maritime patrol and recon-
naissance force community.
The Judge Advocate General's
Corps also known as the "JAG
Corps" or "JAG" is the legal arm
of the U.S. Navy. The JAG Corps
provides counsel, from a military
perspective, to legal issues involv-
ing military operations, organi-
zation and personnel, wherever
and whenever such solutions are
required. Its primary focus is on
accountability, operations, Navy
legal readiness and Sailor legal


Photos courtesy of VP-30
AWO2 Jake Brown (left) describes the duties of a P-3C acoustic aircrew to
interested members of the JAG Corps.
readiness. Reconnaissance Wing 11. Many
The officers were treated to a were given the unique opportu-
static display tour of a P-3C Orion nity to fly the P-3 Operational
in the "Pro's Nest" hangar. They Flight Trainer.
were also given a special look at The headquarters of the Judge
the flight simulators of Patrol and Advocate Generals Corps is locat-


AWV1 Corey Stevenson briefs JAG Corps personnel on life-saving equip-
ment on board a P-3C Orion.


ed at the Washington Navy Yard
in Washington, D.C. The Navy
Legal Service Offices (NLSO)
Southeast is located at NS


Mayport with a detachment office
at NAS Jacksonville. The Region
Legal Service Offices Southeast
are located at NAS Jacksonville.


Thomas retires from VP-45 i


From VP-45


CW04 Gerald Thomas of VP-45 retired Aug. 27
after serving 26 years of active duty service dur-
ing a ceremony at the VP-30 auditorium.
Thomas is from Easton, Md. He began his Navy career
with Recruit Training in 1984. After finishing train-
ing, he reported to NAS Memphis, Tenn. for Aviation
Ordnance "A"' School. In April 1985, Thomas reported to
his first fleet command, the VA-34 "Blue Blasters" where
he made his first deployment on board USS America (CV
66). During this deployment, USS America operated in
the Mediterranean Sea, crossed the Line of Death and also
launched air strikes on Libya.
He was advanced to the rank of aviation ordnanceman
third class in September 1987. Thomas transferred to
Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department at NAS
Oceana, Va., where he was assigned to Sea Operations
Detachment. He immediately deployed on board USS
Eisenhower (CVN 69) to the Mediterranean Sea. During
this tour he was advanced to aviation ordnanceman second
class.
In the fall of 1989, Thomas reported back to VA-42. He
was assigned to the Fleet Readiness Aviation Maintenance
Personnel Department as an A-6E/KA-6D Armament
System and Weapons Loading instructor. In April 1991,
Thomas was advanced to aviation ordnanceman first class
and leading petty officer for his division.
After his instructor tour, Thomas reported to VA-75,
deploying with USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67), USS
Eisenhower (CVN 69) and USS Enterprise (CVN 65)
from 1992-96. During this tour, Thomas was selected as


VA-75 "Sailor of the Year", U.S. Atlantic Fleet Attack Wing
"Sailor of the Year" and was selected to the rank of chief
petty officer.
In February 1997, Thomas reported to Naval Technical
Training Center Detachment, Lackland Air Force
Base, Texas where he attended the Navy's Correctional
Specialists Course. After completing the course, he
reported to the Naval Station Norfolk Brig, in Norfolk, Va.
After working at the command for four months, Thomas
was selected for the Chief Warrant Officer program
and was commissioned as a CWO2. Following Officer
Indoctrination at Pensacola, Fla., he reported to VFA-86
at NAS Cecil Field. During his time with VFA-86, they
deployed on board USS Kennedy (CV 67), supporting
Operation Southern Watch in the Arabian Gulf. VFA-86
was credited as the first F-18 squadrons to launch the
AGM-84H SLAM ER missile on a hostile target.
After deployment, VFA-86 returned to its new homeport
of Beaufort, S.C. He then reported to Atlantic Ordnance
Command Detachment at NAS Oceana, Va. as the assis-
tant officer in charge.
He was awarded a Navy Commendation Medal for his
coordination of the largest breakout, handling and deliv-
ery of live ordnance to support 12 squadrons in the wake
of the 9-11terrorists' attacks. He was also promoted from
CWO2 to CWO3.
Thomas returned to the fleet and was assigned to
VFA-105 and deployed on board USS Truman (CVN 75).
During the deployment VFA-105 dropped bombs on hos-
tile targets in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. After
deployment, Thomas' leadership was key to VFA-105's
successful transition to the Navy's newest strike fighter


Photo courtesy of VP 45
VP-45 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Mike Doherty presents
CWO4 Gerald Thomas a certificate of appreciation during
his recent retirement ceremony.

aircraft, the F/A-18E Super Hornet. His ordnance branch
received a perfect score during their CWTPI that year. He
was promoted to the rank of CWO4 in October 2005.
After a highly successful sea tour, Thomas returned
to shore duty as the assistant officer in charge at Navy
Munitions Command Detachment Oceana. He then
reported to CMO-11 and then to the "Pelicans" of VP-45.
He deployed with the Pelicans to Okinawa, Japan from
May to December 2009.
Thomas is married to the former Yolanda Handy of
Parsley, Va. They have two children ShaQuinta and
ShaneQua.


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Former POWs and fam-
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Officer Capt. Jeffrey Maclay
following the annual NAS Jax
POW/MIA Observance. From
left, Billy Williams, Eldon
Hepler, Andy Ramotnik, NAS
Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Jeffrey Maclay, Henry -
Lodinger, Henry Lesesne,
Mary Hoff and John Rosa..


POW CEREMONY: WWII vet recalls captivity


From Page 1


Griffin, who read a statement by Sen. George
Lemieux, R-Fla.; Jackie Smith, who read a
statement by Congressman Ander Crenshaw,
R-Fla. and Director of Military Affairs for
the City of Jacksonville Bob Buehn, who rep-
resented Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton.
He also introduced the guest speaker, for-
mer WWII POW Andy Ramotnik, 87, who
was captured in Italy by German forces in
1943.
Ramotnik kept the audience on the edge
of their seats as he recounted his time as a
POW and how he escaped from the enemy
not once, but twice during his 19 months
of captivity. "I was enlisted in the Army
Air Corps in 1941. In early 1943, I was
assigned to a B-25 Bombing Squadron in
North Africa. After the invasion of Sicily,
our squadron moved to what is now NAS
Sigonella," remarked Ramotnik.
"While on my 43rd mission over Italy, our
aircraft was hit and the pilot told us to
bail out. The gunner couldn't get the rear
hatch open so I jumped on it and nearly
fell through, catching myself on the sides
of the hatch. I hadn't had time to put on my
parachute yet. After arguing who would
jump first, the gunner bailed out and I
went behind him. He was lucky and made
it back to Sigonella -- but I was captured,"
Ramotnik continued.
"I was taken to the interrogation cen-
ter in Frankfurt, Germany and then to
Stalag 17B in Austria where I spent many
months. Then one day, we were put on a
forced march and had no idea where we
were or where we were going," he said.
"When we stopped for the night, I went to
get water in a nearby town and didn't see
any guards so I went back and asked my
friend John if he wanted to escape, so we
did."
The two eventually found a cave and


stayed there for several days before being
captured again by German soldiers. The
two were again sent on a forced march with
French POWs and again they escaped. As
they were making their way through the
forest, they encountered a young Polish boy
who took them to a farmhouse where they
were taken in by a German woman and
her grandmother. While eating dinner one
night a German officer came to the house
asking for directions. After he left, the
two American POWs were asked to leave
because it was too dangerous. As they were
walking down the road, the young Polish
boy came running after them telling them
the war was over.
"We stayed a little while longer and then
started walking when we came upon an
American Army major. He helped us get a
flight to Camp Lucky Strike in Paris and
then made it back to the United States. I
was so happy to be back on American soil
and truly realized what it meant to be free
again," said Ramotnik.
After the event, Ramotnik was praised
by members of the audience and thanked
for his service. "I just wish that I had
known then what I know now about guy
like myself who did what I did. I realize
now that I was one lucky guy," he said.
The ceremony concluded with a reception
and cake-cutting ceremony where former
POWs and their families enjoyed reminisc-
ing about their experiences and vowed to
return again next year.
"This event gets better every year. It's
great coming to NAS Jacksonville, espe-
cially seeing that VP-5 is still here because
I commissioned that squadron in 1943 and
was shot down while serving in that squad-
ron," said John Rosa, 88, who was captured
by the Russians and spent 18 months as a
POW in Siberia during WWII. "I look for-
ward to coming to next year's ceremony."


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 16, 2010 9

REMEMBERING: Several recall what


they were doing during attacks
From Page 1 # MI


Where were you nine
years ago?
* NAS Jacksonville
Command Master Chief
CMDCM(SW/SS) Jeff
Hudson was in flight with
his commanding officer
from the ballistic missile
submarine USS Wyoming
((SSBN-742). "We were trav-
eling on a public relations
trip to Cheyenne, Wyoming,
when the pilot announced
that the FAA had directed
him to land immediately at
the closest airport because
terrorists had comman-
deered several flights that
morning. We landed in
Tulsa, Oklahoma, and after
waiting two days, we rented
a car and returned to our
boat."
* Work & Family Life
Consultant Mike Brazier of
NAS Jax Fleet and Family
Support Services said,
"This is a special day in
America and throughout
the world. When I watched
the twin towers come down
on live TV nine years ago,
it seemed like the world
might be coming to an end.
But thanks to our country's
leadership and our profes-
sional military men and
women, there's light at the
end of the tunnel in our
struggle against Islamic ter-


DoD photo by R. D. Ward
President Barack Obama, speaking at the Pentagon on Sept.
11, 2010, recalled "that awful morning" nine years ago when
a group of terrorists from Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda
organization hijacked an airliner bound for Los Angeles and
crashed it into the side of the Pentagon. He was joined
on the podium by Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen.


rorism."
* Felder recalled, "I was
assigned to the Second
Marine Logistics Group at
Camp Lejeune when the
twin towers were struck. I
heard news reports of the
attack that morning on my
car radio as I drove to the
base - where security was
already being tightened.
Needless to say, it was one
of many prayer-filled days
that has now stretched into
nine years."
* Firefighter Shawn
Wardlaw has worked at
Jacksonville Navy Metro
Fire & Emergency Services
for 10 years.
"I was home on a sched-
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uled day off, and like most
Americans, I was glued to
my television set. As a first-
responder, it was tough to
watch such a tragedy and
not be able to render help."
* Maclay was attending
his squadron's PXO (pro-
spective executive officer)
course and flight refresher
training at Coronado, Calif.
when the terrorists struck.
"Those four hijacked air-
craft took away our sense
of national security. It was
a helpless feeling to just
watch your TV and wonder
if other airborne terror-
ists were poised to attack
America's west coast."


Photo by Clark Pierce
Sailors and civilians gathered in All Saints Chapel at NAS Jacksonville Sept. 10 to honor
the memory of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City, the Pentagon and
Pennsylvania.













10 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 16, 2010



MWR Fitness Center helps



Sailors get in PFA shape

By Patrick Battle
Contributor m- =--"


Sailors at NAS Jacksonville are
not the only ones gearing up
for the Navy's fall Physical
Fitness Assessment (PFA). The
MWR Fitness Center continues to
play a large role in helping Sailors
get in shape for the upcoming PFA.
According to MWR Fitness
Center Coordinator Melissa Burns,
"Our staff has never been busier
helping Sailors get in shape. The
PFA includes Body Composition
Assessment (BCA) and Physical
Readiness Test (PRT). BCA is the
maximum weight for height screen-
ing and body fat percentage estima-
tion based on circumference measure-
ments.
For the PRT, Sailors must do a
set number of sit-ups and push-ups,
according to their age and gender,"
she said.
Sailors then have the option of com-
pleting a 1.5-mile run, a 500-yard
swim, or a 12-minute fixed-time test
on the elliptical trainer or stationary
bike. But those who opt to take the
bike test might discover they do not
have that option.
"The 1.5-mile run is the gold stan-
dard for the Navy. The swim and the
12-minute bike and the elliptical are
optional and up to the discretion of
the commanding officer," said Burns.
However, things will change, effec-
tive Jan. 1, according to NAVADMIN
256/10 (announced Aug. 10). The bike
test must use a more vigorous calorie
conversion -equating the bike activity
to a 1.5-mile run.
"You must do a body composition
assessment 24 hours prior that takes
your body weight into consideration.
Then we take how many calories you
burn and input them into an Internet
calculator that converts it into a 1.5-
mile run time - and that's how you
determine your score on the bike,"
explained Burns.
If you want more help preparing
for the PFA, consider working with


Photos by Patrick Battle
Stationary bikes and treadmills are getting a lot of use at the MWR Fitness Center
as Sailors gear up for the fall Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) at NAS Jacksonville
commands.
an MWR fitness assistant to .
develop a personal training
program.
"After our fitness assistants
complete your initial physi- o .
cal assessment, they help you
to develop a personalized fit-
ness program. They monitor
your progress and reevaluate -
your needs within six to eight
weeks. We also offer numerous
group fitness classes that are
lots of fun," she continued. (From right) AT3 Mark Cameron holds the feet
" We also teach the of AT1 Kim Pilletere as she counts off her sit-
Command Fitness Leader ups. AW2 Marion Jordan is the timekeeper. The
(CFL) certification course three Sailors are assigned to VP-5.
here that instructs command CFLs also to help them stay in year-round
how to properly administer the PFA. shape for the PFA.
They also learn how to lead a Fitness Burns cautions, "It's up to the Sailor
Enhancement Program - which is to take advantage. My big advice for
mandatory for those who failed the people doing the PFA is that you need
BCA or PRT," said Burns. to eat healthy, stay physically active
The MWR Fitness center at NAS and drive yourself to score well on
Jacksonville offers many programs to your PRT so you're always within the
help Sailors not only to stay fit, but standards."


FLU: Get vaccinated

From Page 1


Naval Hospital
Jax Command
Master Chief
CMDCM(AW/
SW) Cameron
Bracewell, takes
flu mist, the
inhalant version
of the influenza
vaccine.


More than 540 hospital staff were
immunized in the two days after
the Flu Clinic opened. After receiv-
ing her shot, Capt. Angela Nimmo,
director for Medical Services, said
that flu vaccinations are essen-
tial from a healthcare aspect and
mandatory for all healthcare work-
ers. After seeing the Flu Clinic set
up on the fifth floor of the main
hospital, she expects things to go
well. "It's going to be smooth. They
have a nice big area, they have a
lot of help and it looks like it is very
organized, so I think it will be even
smoother than last year," she said.
To access the Flu Clinic, take the
main tower lobby elevator to floor


five and go to the welcome desk for the Flu Clinic.
There are specific medical guidelines as to who can
receive influenza vaccines. Patients ages 2-49 can
receive the flu mist, which is administered much like
a nasal spray. Anyone over 49 must receive injectable
vaccine.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) and American Academy of Pediatrics,
everybody six months and older should get a flu vac-
cine as soon as vaccine is available this fall. While flu
is unpredictable, it's likely that 2009 H1N1 viruses and
regular seasonal viruses will cause illness in the U.S.
this flu season. The 2010-2011 flu vaccine will protect
against three different types of flu: an H3N2 virus, an
influenza B virus and the H1N1 virus that caused so
much illness last season. The best way to stay healthy
through the flu season is to get vaccinated early!
With the NH Jax staff vaccinations completed, vacci-
nations of high-risk patients began Sept. 13 specifically
targeting pregnant women, diabetic patients and others
with immune-suppressed conditions.
Open vaccinations for all beneficiaries starts Sept.
20.
After Oct. 1, all vaccines will be administered in the
hospital's immunizations clinic and diabetic clinic. NH
Jax Central Appointments has updated information as
to vaccine availability and specific hours of operation
for the mass vaccination site. Call 542-4677.
The hospital's Preventive Medicine department also
began vaccinating active duty service members on Sept.
13.
When heading into the flu season, it's important to
double-up on preventive measures to safeguard against
person-to-person spread of infection. Washing your
hands, sneezing into your elbow, getting plenty of rest,
exercise and good nutrition can make all the difference.
Go to http://www.cdc.gov/flu/ other helpful information
about fighting the flu this season.












JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, September 16, 2010 11


American Red Cross volunteer , :
Barbara Schlegel provides a
ticket to HN Robert Tucker in
the pharmacy's waiting area.m







NH Jax American Red Cross a great way to serve
From NH Jax Public Affairs
Barbara Schlegel has been an American Red Cross (ARC) volunteer at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville since 2004. She says she enjoys helping in the pharmacy,
where you'll find her behind the ticket counter queuing customers to have their
prescriptions filled.
Born in Virginia, Schlegel has lived in many places but settled in Jacksonville. She
enjoys doing embroidery, caring for her dogs and playing with her seven grandchildren.
Serving as an American Red Cross volunteer is an interesting and enjoyable way to
spend one's time," she said. "I meet a lot of different people."
The NH Jax ARC program is always looking for volunteers to be involved in many
areas of the hospital. Volunteers may qualify to augment the hospital staff in areas as
diverse as nursing, administration and computer technology.
If you just want to share a smile and a helping hand to patients the Red Cross has
plenty of opportunities available as well. You can help out by greeting patients and pro-
viding information. Drivers with valid Florida driver's licenses are always wanted for the
hospital parking shuttle which transports patients and visitors to the hospital's entrance.
Volunteers must be able to work four hours per week and be friendly and caring, just
like Barbara Schlegel. To volunteer with the Naval Hospital American Red Cross contact
ARC Chairperson Helen Donahoe at 542-7525.


Happy Birthday, Sir


Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Director
Carolyn McCorvey
(left) and FFSC Sexual
Assault Prevention and
Response Coordinator
Jan Logan present NAS
Jax Executive Officer
Capt. Bob Sanders with
a "Happy 40-Something"
birthday cake at the Sept.
9 appreciation cookout
for victim advocates.


MDS: Financial planning

classes help Sailors save money


From Page 4

Keffer selects Sailors who fall into the
targeted age group from a database, but
adds anybody can attend - and all those
who do have great things to say about the
program.
Sailors receive a total of 15 hours of
training during the two-day MDS seminar.
They use financial planning worksheets to
record their monthly income, savings, liv-
ing expenses and other debt and assets.
Bundrige said he teaches the 70/20/10
rule. No more than 70 percent of their
income pays for living expenses, such as
rent or mortgage payments, food, utilities
and insurance. No more than 20 percent
pays for debt, such as car, personal or stu-


dent loans and credit card debt. Finally, no
less than 10 percent goes to savings and
retirement.
They learn about topics such as million-
aire money management, car and home
buying, wealth building, and buying insur-
ance to protect wealth.
To learn more about the MDS program or
to reserve a seat, call FFSC at 542-5745 or
Rufus Bundrige at 542-4976 or e-mail him
at Rufus.Bundrige.CTR@Navy.mil.
FFSC also offers the following finan-
cial workshops: Strategies for First Time
Home Buyers, Oct. 5; Money, Debt and
Credit Management Workshop, Oct 6; and
Command Financial Specialist Training,
Nov. 1-5 for E6 and above.


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NAS Jax aims to eliminate


sexual assault from its ranks
By Clark Pierce
Editor


The Fleet and Family
Support Center host-
ed an appreciation
cookout Sept. 9 for NAS
Jacksonville Sexual Assault
Prevention and Response
advocates at the Allegheny
Recreation Complex picnic
pavilion.
Jan Logan is the FFSC
sexual assault response
coordinator for NAS
Jacksonville, a position she's
held since the Navy created
the Sexual Assault Victim
Intervention (SAVI) pro-
gram in 1994. One of her
most important responsi-
bilities is training the more
than 200 'victim advocates'
at various commands who
respond to sexual assault
victims.
"We have qualified
advocates at every NAS
Jacksonville command.
Some work directly with vic-
tims while others conduct
awareness and response
training, said Logan.
She explained that advo-
cates must complete an ini-
tial 30-hour training course
that is followed up with an
annual 10-hour training ses-
sion.
"Even though experts
agree that sexual assault
is one of the most under-
reported crimes, our data for
NAS Jacksonville indicates
the sexual assault rate is
on the decline. We want to
attribute that to our preven-
tion education that includes
'bystander intervention'
- where Sailors are shown
how to intervene if they wit-
ness a friend trying to coerce
an intoxicated person to
engage in sex," said Logan.
NAS Jacksonville
Executive Officer Capt. Bob
Sanders expressed gratitude


Photos by Clark Pierce
(From left) CTT1 James Mitchell, ET1 Aaron Coleman, ET1
James Brown and CTR1 Michael Curry of the Combined
Command First Class Petty Officer Association provided
set-up and cooking services for the Sept. 9 Sexual Assault
Prevention and Response Cookout.


Jan Logan (center) welcomes
PS1 Keleen Lynch and A02
Leah Robinson to the Fleet
and Family Services Center
SAPR Appreciation Cookout
Sept. 9. Both Lynch and
Robinson are volunteer vic-
tim advocates assigned to
HSL-42.
for the program.
"Thank you for being part
of this volunteer apprecia-
tion event. The work that
you do is invaluable to
NAS Jacksonville. Sexual
assault prevention is one
of the CNO's top priorities.
Skipper Maclay and I are
also pleased that your focus
is going from response to
prevention. The key to pre-
vention is awareness and
education -and your dedica-
tion to the SAPR mission is
getting the job done. Thank
you again for stepping for-


ward and making a differ-
ence," said Sanders.
In 2005, the Department
of Defense mandated that
all military branches estab-
lish sexual assault program
offices at major installations.
The Navy SAVI program is
now called Sexual Assault
Prevention and Response
(SAPR). The name change
better aligns the SAPR pro-
gram's three key elements -
prevention, victim care and
system accountability.
"Another feature of SAPR
is unrestricted and restrict-
ed reporting options that
give a victim more control
over the release of their
personal information. This
allows a victim to contact
an advocate and say, 'I don't
want this case to be investi-
gated or my command to be
notified - but I need certain
resources,'" Logan conclud-
ed.
Those resources may
include a forensic exam and
medical care or counsel-
ing. Victims also have the
option of requesting a male
or female advocate.


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Granger celebrates 20 years of service


From staff
After 20 years of honorable service,
OS1(SW) Frederick Granger retired
I. ug. 19 in a ceremony at the NAS
Jacksonville Chapel. Guest speaker was
retired NCC(SW/AW/SCWS) David Ysaguirre.
Granger attended school in Columbia,
Alabama. In his junior year of high school,
he joined the Alabama National Guard in
Ashford, Alabama as an M60 tank crewman.
He attended Army Basic Training and
Advanced Initial Training at Fort Knox, Ky.
Upon graduating from High School, he joined
the U.S. Navy and reported to Great Lakes
Recruit Training Command in December of
1990.
Upon completion of basic training, Granger
attended Operations Specialist "A" school in


Dam Neck, Va., and then reported to the frig-
ate USS Ford (FFG 54) out of Long Beach,
Calif. While aboard Ford, he participated in
two Southeast Pacific Ocean Counter-Narcotic
Operations and one Western Pacific deploy-
ment.
After the closure of Naval Station Long
Beach, Granger and his shipmates sailed Ford
to its new homeport of Everett, Wash.
Granger next reported to the Pre-
commissioning Unit Benfold (DDG 65) in
Pascagoula, Miss., as a Tomahawk database
manager.
After Benfold, Granger attended Navy
Recruiter School in Pensacola, and then report-
ed to Navy Recruiting Station, Moreno Valley,
Calif., where he met his wife. During his three-
year tour as a recruiter, Granger was respon-


sible for signing up more 100 young Naval
enlistees.
Granger then served as primary air intercept
controller on board frigate USS Rentz (FFG
46), out of San Diego. During his tenure, he
completed one South Pacific Deployment in
support of drug interdictions.
After a two-year tour on the Rentz, he
reported to the destroyer USS Decatur (DDG
73), also based in San Diego.
After his tour on Decatur, Granger reported
to Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility
Jacksonville, where he finished his illustrious
naval career.
Granger will continue to reside in
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retirement ceremony at
the NAS Jacksonville BOQ
Pavilion. Guest speaker
was Afloat Training Group
(ATG), Mayport, Command
Master Chief, CMDCM
Brian Porter.
Tola stepped down as
senior enlisted leader at
Fleet Area Control and
Surveillance Facility,
Jacksonville in August.
Born and raised in
Bronx, N.Y., Tola enlisted
in the Navy in September
1986 and reported to San
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By Beth Wilson
Special Contributor


Are you ready for anything? I
know, you expected me to say
"are you ready for some foot-
ball." Sorry to disappoint - but this
topic is important. I was recently
invited by Navy Region Southwest
Public Affairs Officer Cmdr. Dora
Lockwood, to observe the region's
disaster preparedness exercise
Citadel Rumble.
Citadel Rumble simulated a 7.0
earthquake striking California and
impacting two Navy bases. The simu-
lation tried to anticipate the devasta-
tion, the aftershocks, the challenges
of first responders and much more.
As I observed the event and listened
to the civilian partners such as SPCA
(what do we do with our animals?),
public works, Red Cross, emergency
management office, fire & rescue and
so many more partners I was keenly
aware that a "real assessment' is tak-
ing place as the east coast is prepar-
ing for Hurricane Earl.
I was impressed and comforted that
our base and regional leadership is
'all over it' in terms of disaster pre-
paredness, response and recovery. But
I was equally impacted by a 'reality
check.' We, you and me, individually,
must take emergency preparedness
seriously.
The east coast, facing a hurricane,
has several days of warning. However,


. . .


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SPOUSE'S PERSPECTIVE


I heard from many spouses who
report that the cupboards were bare
when they went shopping for items for
their emergency kit.
Other disasters, terrorist attacks,
tornados or earthquakes come with-
out warning. The time to prepare is
today. So what do you need? Rather
than give you the list here I am going
to send you to the experts. The Red
Cross (www.redcross.org) and the
Federal Emergency Management
Agency (www.fema.gov/areyouready)
have excellent resources to help you
build the three parts to your disas-
ter plan: (1) communication plan, (2)
evacuation plan, (3) survival kit. By
the way, your plan needs to include
your workplace, school and students
as well as your home.
The Navy launched a program
called 'Operation Prepare' (http://
www.cnic.navy.mil/CNIC_HQ_Site/
WhatWeDo/EmergencyManagement/
OperationPreparedness/index.htm)
with a great plan for Navy families
as well as information specific to your
region.
May I have a moment? Hey Big
Navy - may I suggest a new web
address? https://operationprepare.
navy.mil? The current one is, well,
ridiculous .. . I'm just sayin'.


The most important thing I heard
at the disaster drill - and it was reit-
erated time and again, we as families
need to be prepared to survive for
three to five days on our own. That
means food, clothing, water and copies
of important family documents. The
commissary and Navy Exchange are
your partners in disaster prepared-
ness. Look for the 'Disaster Kit' dis-
play and shopping list at your local
commissary.
Finally, Navy families must
check your information on NFAAS
(Navy Family Accountability and
Assessment System). This site enables
the Navy to track families in affect-
ed areas and channel support to you.
Logon to https://navyfamily.navy.mil
and check your information today to
verify accurate information. In a time
of crisis you are encouraged to use
this site to 'muster' and let the Navy
know your status and location. The
local Emergency Operation Center
will utilize this info to channel sup-
port to you.
Stay safe, be prepared, be ready
Connect with Beth on twitter
(www.twitter., com/Beth_Wilson),
Facebook (www.facebook.com/
EnlistedSpouseCommunity) or email
her at beth@homefrontinfocus.com.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


Sea Service Leadership Association
Jacksonville Chapter will hold their next meeting
Sept. 29 at noon and the NAS Jax Chapel
Fellowship Hall. Contact Lt. Janine Curcio at
542-3015 or email: Janine.Curcio@navy.mil.
Pink Ribbon Breast Care Symposium Oct. 2
from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Thrasher-Horne Center for
the Arts at St. Johns River Community College in
Orange Park. Special guests are Donna and Tim
Deegan. Go to www.PinkRibbonSymposium.
org or call 904-538-4484.
Bike MS PGA Tour Cycle to the Shore, Oct.
2-3 needs volunteers. Contact National Multiple
Sclerosis Society of North Florida - contact
jason.henika@fln.nmss.org.
Military Officers Association of America N.E.
Florida Chapter meets the third Wednesday of
each month at 6 p.m. at the NAS Jax Officers'


Club. Open to active duty and retired officers of
all services. RSVP to Rear Adm. Dan Lestage at
264-6542 or daniel.lestage@comcast.net
National Naval Officers Association meets
the fourth Thursday of each month at 5 p.m.
at the Urban League, 903 W. Union Street.
Contact Lt. Cmdr. Paul Nix at 422-8480 or email
Paul24navy@aol.com.
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7
p.m. at 470 Madeira Dr., Orange Park. Service
officers available Monday thru Friday 9 a.m - 2
p.m. to help with VA claims, call 269-2945 for an
appointment. Bingo every Thursday from 6:30-
9:30 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
The public is welcome.
Navy Wives Clubs of America Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of each month at


7 p.m. in Building 857 (at NAS Jax main gate
behind Navy Marine Corps Relief Society). Not
So New Shop open Tuesday and Thursday (9
a.m. to 1 p.m.). Call 542-1582 for info.
Navy Wives Clubs of America DID No. 300
meets the second Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. Call
387-4332 or 272-9489.
Fleet Reserve Association Branch 290
monthly meeting is the first Thursday at 8 p.m.,
390 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach. Call 246-
6855.
COMPASS Spouse-to-Spouse Military
Mentoring Program by Naval Services Family
Line. Help others help themselves. Call Melanie
at 904-200-7751 or email: COMPASSMayport@
NSFamilyLine.org


NWU mandatory


wear date approaches

By Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs

With the mandatory wear date of Dec. 31
approaching, the chief of naval personnel
(CNP) reminded commanding officers and
Sailors in NAVADMIN 299/10 of the importance for
all hands to maintain a full complement of Navy
Working Uniforms (NWU) in their sea bags.
"The NWU facilitates Navy leadership's intent to
standardize the professional appearance of Sailors
when wearing a working uniform ashore," said CNP
Vice Adm. Mark Ferguson. Pointing to current NWU
inventory levels showing Sailors own an average of 1.3
sets, Ferguson went on to explain that the fleet has
not purchased enough uniforms to meet this goal.
Whether through initial gear issue at recruit train-
ing or the uniform allowances provided during the
past two fiscal years, the vast majority of the fleet has
received allowances to purchase and maintain four
sets of the NWU by Dec. 31.
Sailors who started recruit training between Oct.
1, 2007, and April 26, 2009, did not receive their full
issue of uniforms or the allotted clothing replacement
allowances, which means they will not be expected to
meet the four uniform standard until June 30, 2013.
CNP is stressing the importance for leadership to
re-engage with Sailors now to ensure they comply
with uniform requirements by the mandatory wear
date.
With the majority of Sailors having already received
the required allowances or uniform issue, command-
ing officers should verify their personnel have all
required uniform components in their sea bag.
For commands with Sailors who fall within the pre-
viously mentioned timeframe, leadership will need to
allow for a reduced number of uniforms.
A complete sea bag will include the following items:
* Four NWU blouses and trousers
* One pair of NWU boots
* Two eight-point utility caps
* Five pairs of blue, 100 percent cotton T-shirts
* Five pairs of boot socks
* One mock turtleneck sweater
* One fleece liner
* One Gore-Tex parka
Navy Exchanges have sales associates available to
help with proper sizing and fit, as well as ample sup-
plies of the NWU to meet demand.
If a local exchange does not have a particular item,
or if a Sailor is not stationed near an exchange, uni-
form items can be ordered by calling the Uniform
Support Center's toll-free number, 1-800-368-4088,
or by going to https://www.navy-nex.com/command/
about us/p -uniformsupport.html.


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AUTO SKILLS

CENTER
Call 542-3227.
Complete auto shop with 22
work bays
ASE -certified master
mechanic available for
assistance
Open Monday, Thu1'--d.1 &
Friday 12 - 8 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m.
- 5 p.m.

MWR Vehicle / Boat
Auction
Oct. 4-5
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Call 542-5898 for additional
information

FREEDOM LANES

BOWLING CENTER
Call 542-3493.

Wednesday
Free bowling for active duty
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

THE ZONE

COMPLEX
Call 542-3521.

Back to School Children's
Bingo
Sept. 18
Doors open at 4 p.m., games
begin at 5 p.m.
$10 per child, includes 12


games, dauber, prizes, soft
drink, hot dog and chips.

FITNESS

& AQUATICS
Call 542-2930.

Outdoor Pool
Now open on weekends
Saturday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.,
Sunday 1 - 5 p.m.
Free for military and DoD
civilians. $3 for guests.

Tuesday- Saturday 11 a.m.
- 6 p.m., Sunday 1 - 5 p.m.
Free for military and DoD
civilians. $3 for guests.

Back to School 5k
Sept. 17 on Perimeter Road
10:30-11:15 a.m. same day
registration

NAS Jax Fall Classic
Softball Tournament
Sept. 18 at 8:30 a.m.
McCaffrey Softball Complex

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

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

Orlando Millenia Mall/
Premium Outlets Bus Trip
Dec. 4, $20 per person


Jaguar Tickets now on sale!
Section 147 - $58.25
200 Level - $59
400 Level - $47

Jacksonville Suns Baseball
Club
(Tickets cannot be pur-
chased at ITT for Saturday
games and July 4)
Home plate
Adult - $11.50
Child - $10.50
Reserved
Adult - $8.50
Child - $7.50
General Admission
Adult - $5.50
Child - $4.75

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

Legally Blonde
Jan. 15, 2011 at 8 p.m.
$65

Cirque Dreams
Feb. 19, 2011
2 p.m. - $56
8 p.m. - $59.50

Shrek Musical
May 14, 2011
2 p.m. - $65
8 p.m. - $62.50

Cats
June 18, 2011 at 8 p.m.
$58

Adventure Landing
Dry pass - $12
Wet pass - $20
Combo pass -$32

Monster Truck Jam


Feb. 26
Jacksonville Municipal
Stadium
$36 per person

Daytona 500
Feb. 20
$150 for Keech and
Depalma Box seats

2011 Entertainment Books
only $25

Universal Studios
Halloween Horror Nights
Friday - $49, Saturday -
$68.50
Sunday - T1m-,.iy $39.25

Florida Classic (Bethune -
Cookman Vs. Florida A&M)
Nov. 20 at 2:30 p.m., $27
Florida Citrus Bowl
Stadium

LIBERTY COVE

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

Free Jacksonville Jaguar
Game
Sept. 26

Barracks Bash
Sept. 23, 4-8 p.m.
Free food, entertainment
and prizes!!

NAS JAX

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

Military Appreciation Days
$17 per person, includes
cart & green fees


Sept. 28 for active duty.
Sept. 16 & 30 for retirees &
DoD personnel.

September Golf Special
Monday and Tuesday play
18 holes for $20!
Includes cart & green fees,
not applicable on holidays

2010 Golf Club
Championship
Oct. 2-3
$85 per person

CFC Golf Tournament
Oct. 7 at 12:30 p.m.
$60 per person

NAS Jax Air Show Golf
Tournament
Oct. 20 at 9 a.m.
$75 per person

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
p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends,
3:30-7:30 p.m.

MULBERRY COVE

MARINA
Call 542-3260.

Free Kayak & Canoe
Rental
Every T1m,'-,.iy for active
duty

Skipper B Sailing Classes -
$150 per person
Class #8 - Oct. 1, 2, 3, 9,
and 10


Tri-base Intramural Sailing
Series now forming!
Open to active duty mili-
tary, Skipper "B" license
required.
For more information con-
tact AFCM Steve Duve at
steve.duve@navy.mil

YOUTH CENTER
Call 778-9772.

Martial Arts Class Tang
Soo Do
Open to CYP patrons
Monday and Tm-d.1.%y, 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

Before & After School
Registration
Going on now! Fees based
on income
Call the Youth Center for
more information.

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Plan, prepare: The recipe for hurricane survival


By Mary Anne Tubman
Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs
sailors, civilians and families are closely watching
the development of tropical weather systems that
may become threats to America's East Coast. Earl,
was the third Atlantic hurricane in 2010. Hurricane sea-
son runs from June 1 through Nov. 30.
The 2010 hurricane season is projected to be an active
storm season. In this decade alone, virtually every instal-
lation in the Southeast region has been impacted by
tropical systems. The 2008 season produced Hurricanes
Gustav, Hanna and Ike, and called for the evacuations of
Naval Air Station Key West and Joint Reserve Base New
Orleans. Communities in Louisiana and Mississippi are
still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina
in 2005.
The time to plan is now. There are many keys to surviv-
al before, during and after a storm. The following provides
information and resources to guide you and your family on
how to weather the storm:
* Operation Prepare: http://cnic.navy.mil/
CNIC_HQ_Site/WhatWeDo/EmergencyManagement/
OperationPreparedness/index.htm
This comprehensive Website developed by Commander,
Naval Installations Command (CNIC), covers every aspect
of hurricane preparation, including creation of a personal
emergency plan, assembling a supply kit, caring for fam-
ily members with special needs, mustering and recovery.
Operation Prepare also offers simple, ready-to-use fact
sheets, checklists and forms for other natural and man-
made disasters and how to prepare for them.
* Enroll in the Defense Travel System (DTS)
Website: See your command/department DTS representa-
tive to enroll today at www.defensetravel.osd.mil.
* Navy Family Accountability and Assessment
System (NFAAS): This is used to account for all DoN
personnel and their family members during and after a


natural disaster. NFAAS was used for Hurricane Ike in
September 2008 following the evacuation of NAS Key West
personnel and families to the Orlando safe haven. Be sure
your NFAAS data is current before an emergency arrives.
All family members should be familiar with NFAAS in the
event you are separated. To review and update NFAAS,
visit https://navyfamily.navy.mil.
* Total Workforce Management System (TWMS):
All DoN and civilian personnel must regularly update
their TWMS information. This is where family informa-
tion is pulled from to draft evacuation orders for Navy
and civilian personnel and their family members. Login
to https://twms.nmci.navy.mil/selfservice/. In the left-hand
column, click on "Personal/Recall Information."
* Emergency Phone Numbers: Develop a list of emer-
gency phone numbers that include command, quarterdeck
and hurricane hotline information.
* Emergency Checklist: Utilize local hurricane pre-


paredness information. Learn community evacuation
routes. Become familiar with workplace, school and day-
care center emergency plans.
* Hurricane Kits: Gather the supplies you'll need if
your family is confined at home. There are specific items
you should stock: water, food, first aid supplies, cloth-
ing, bedding, tools, emergency supplies and special items.
Keep the items that you would most likely need during an
evacuation in an easy-to-carry container such as a large
covered trash can, a camping backpack or a duffle bag.
For more information on hurricane kits, go to https://www.
cnic.navy.mil/cnrse/AboutCNIC/HurricaneSeason2010/
HurricaneKit/index.htm.
* Visit your installation for important hurricane infor-
mation. Obtain a copy of the hurricane editions or inserts
from your installation newspaper. Stay tuned to local news
and weather stations for the latest information. Maintain
close contact with your chain of command and be pre-
pared to execute evacuation orders if called to do so. The
best advice is to stay alert, be prepared and have a plan.
Early preparation will ensure you and your family make it
through the storm.


Back to School 5K - Sept. 17
Sign up at the NAS Jax Gym or
the Fitness Source prior to race
day and receive a T-shirt. Race
starts on Perimeter Road at the
end of Mustin Road at 11:30
a.m. Late registration at the race
site from 10-11 a.m. on race day.
Badminton Doubles League
meeting - Sept. 22
Open to NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists, command
DoD personnel and DoD
contractor personnel. Meet at
11:30 a.m. at NAS Jax Gym.
Matches play on Tuesday
and Thursday at 11 a.m. and
noon. Commands having their
athletic officer or designated
representative attend receive
five captain's cup points.
Doubles Tennis Tourney -
Oct. 4
Open to all NAS Jax active
duty, selective reservists, and
command DoD personnel.
Participants earn participation
points for their command toward
the captain's cup and earn
additional points for finishing
first, second or third. Separate
men and women's divisions.
Matches play at Guy Ballou
Tennis Complex. Call NAS Jax


Gym to sign up by Oct. 1.
Greybeard Basketball League
meeting - Oct. 6
Open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors
and selective reservists age
30 & up. Meet at 11:30 a.m. at
the NAS Jax Gym. Commands
having their athletic officer
or designated representative
attend receive five captain's cup
points.
Intramural Basketball League
meeting - Oct. 6
Open to NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors
and selective reservists.
Meet at noon at the base
gym. Commands having their
athletic officer or designated
representative attend the
meeting receive five captain's
cup points.
Ultimate Frisbee League
starting
Open to NAS Jax active duty,
command DoD, DoD contractors
and selective reservists. Play at
11:15 a.m. and noon on Monday
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Fall Bowling League forming
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selective reservists, command
DoD personnel and DoD
contractor personnel. Matches
play on Friday at 11:45 a.m. Stop
by NAS Freedom Lanes to for
rules and required paperwork.
For more information,
call Bill Bonser at 542-
2930/3239 or e-mail bill.bon-
ser@navy.


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7-on-7 Flag Football
As of Sept. 10
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 E's 11 1
VP-8 7 1
ASD Chargers 9 2
VP-10 Lancers 9 2
HSL-44 8 2
VP-30 0's 6 2
VR-58 4 2
VP-30 Students 8 3
BHC Spartans 6 4
Air Ops 5 4


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FRCSE 5 4
VP-45 Pelicans 6 5
Hospital Bombers 2 5
Proud Warriors 3 6
900 GSE 4 7
VP-5 1 7
VP-10 Irvs 1 7
HSM-70 2 8
NAS Supply 2 9
CBMU202 1 9
NMC 0 9
Intramural Fall Volleyball
As of Sept. 10
Team Wins
Losses
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MWR 1 0
Naval Hospital 0 0
TPU/PCF 0 0
VP-5 0 0
NOSC 0 1
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Treadmill $75.
269-7224



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VN800 garaged,
33kmi, bags, pipes,
w ind sh i eI'd , new
battery, chain, must sell
$2500obo. Extras.
904-652-6568/904-879- 0964




1974 TR6 Sports Car
runs great, new parts,
british green, new paint
$8900 Call 904-221-8620


S1999 Mazda Milen-
nia-has lots of new
work/parts, needs a
little work, runs
great, leather interior,
power windows, seats,
sun roof. Body/paint in
good condition. $2,000.00
OBO. Call 904-291-1656.

&, 2000 Infinity G20 4dr
sedan. Extra clean.
115K miles. Fully
loaded. $3400 OBO.
365-3233

. 2002 Mazda Mille-
nia Premium, lo
mi's, 90k, ex-clean,
loaded, must sell
ASAP, A Steal at
$4500obo. 904-536-5386

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1550 CASSAT AVE
Cell: 904-470-9224
Bus: 904-387-4041
Bring In The Is Ad
For Extra Savings

FORD FOCUS SES 2006
WAGON, 19,500 MILES,
MINT, FULL POWER,
$8900. OBO. 904-864-1919

HYUNDAI SONATA GLS '08
Silver, gas saver, power
pkg, sunroof, cruise,
XM, $11,750. 904-221-5569





























2.5 ton floor jack,
3 6"" creeper, all
- stainless steel $40.
904-899-3570




S1994 Ford Ranger
XLT Supercab 6cyl,
190k mi's, great
work, truck or stu-
dent truck $3000.
904-505-7455 Jim




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BUICK


KEYBUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


CADILLAC-AAB OF
ORANGE PARK
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
www.cadillacofbangepark.com

CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700SouhideBlvd. 642-5111
www.claudenolan.com


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

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

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ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
www.atanticjeep.com
2330 US1 South 3544421
JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
9A& BAYMEADOWS. 493-000

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 373, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454
www.rickkeffer.com
ORANGE PARK
CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
www.orangeparkdodge.com









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


JWEEPDODGE
9A & Baymeadows 493-0000


ORANGE PARK
CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
www.orangeparkdodge.com

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





PAULCLARKFORD&SCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee)
225-3673

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

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

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





NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826








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






KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060

HYUNDAI OF ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 677-8808
www.hyundaioforangepark.com







ATLANflC INFINI
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

ORANGE PARK
CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
www.orangeparkdodge.com








KIA OF ORANGE PARK
6373 Blanding Blvd.
771-6078






LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd.
721-5000

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






NORTH FLORIDA
UNCOLN 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
1810CassatAve. 389-3621







SUBARU OF ORANGE PARK
6999 Blanding Blvd. 777-1800
www.sojax.com


KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle.
771-9100

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561






TOM BUSH VOLKSWAGEN
9850 Atlanic Blvd.
725-0911
O'STEEN VOLKSWAGEN
VISIT OSTEENVWCOM
TODAY!
904-322-5100

VOLKSWAGEN OF
ORANGE PARK
7220 Blanding Blvd.
888-231-8766
www.volkswagenoforangepark.com






O'STEEN VOLVO
www.osteenvolvo.com
396-5486




OT LEASING
Commercial Leasing Since 155
2810 St. Augustine Rd.
398-5000
www.gieasing.com

PROFESSIONAL.
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694


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

AUTOS
BEACH BLVD.
AUTOMOTIVE
Family Owned Since 1967
beachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd.
724-3511
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO
CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
DARCARS WESTSIDE
PRE.-OWNED SUPERSTORE
1672 Cassat Ave.
904-384-6561
www.westsidedodge.net
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
PRE-OWNED CENTER
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

O'STEEN VW CERTIFIED
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VISIT OSTEENVW.COM
TODAY!
904-322-5100

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PRE-OWNED AUTO
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www.worldimportsusa.com
11650 BEACH BLVD.
998-9992

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*Financing provided by BMW Financial Services NA, LLC/Financial Services Vehicle Trust on Special Select Programs through September 30, 2010, W.A.C. 2011 BMW 128i Convertible monthly purchase payment $399 at 1.9% for 60 months based on MSRP $39,550. 2011 BMW 328i Sedan
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Comfortable seating, flat screen TV and wireless Internet connection available!


Why Us?

* Free Courtesy Cars!
* Our Guarantee - 12 Months, 12,000 Miles
* Extended Hours For Your Convenience
* Express Service
* Shuttle Service
* Factory Trained Technicians
* Courtesy Hand Car Wash And Vacuum With Every Visit


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Hours
Monday: 7:00AM to 7:00PM
Tuesday: 7:00AM to 7:00PM
Wednesday: 7:00AM to 7:00PM
Thursday: 7:00AM to 7:00PM
Friday: 7:00AM to 7:00PM
Saturday: 8:00AM to 5:00PM
Sunday: Closed


Contact
Volkswagen of Orange Park
7220 Blanding Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32244
Sales: (888) 231-8766
Service: (904) 269-2603
Parts: (904) 269-2603


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