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234 Years: Navy Has Changed, Sailor Remains Same


By Mass Communication Specialist
3rd Class Leona Mynes, Naval Station
Guantanamo Bay Public Affairs

Guantanamo Bay residents at-
tended a celebration Oct. 10 in the
Windjammer Ballroom honoring 234
years of the U.S. Navy.
The 2009 Navy Ball featured Rear
Adm. Tom Copeman, Commander,
Joint Task Force, who spoke about
the evolution of the modern Sailor.
"We've changed almost every-
thing in the past 234 years except for
the one thing, and that is the name
of the people who man up our ships:


the Sailor," Copeman said.
He went on to describe Sailors
as "squids," defined by Copeman
as a "filthy, sweaty, loyal and paint
encrusted, slovely, foul-mouthed,
sleepy, beautiful' individual, who,
like all U.S. servicemembers, has
kept the nation out of harms way
for the centuries since the nation's
inception.
"From the days of celestial navi-
gation and cannon balls to the Aegis
radars and nuclear powered carriers
we have now, the navy has relied on
its Sailors."
Technological advances in the


Navy helped Sailors become more
well-rounded, Copeman said.
"Look what happened in the
short 40 or 50 years from the turn
of the 20th century," Copeman
said. "Radios, aircraft, sonars, guns
that fired 3,000-pound projectiles
26 miles, submarines with one
missile that could put a ship on
the bottom ... what they have in
common is that a Sailor maintains
nad operates these magnificent
machines of war."
Copeman backed his emphasis

SEE NAVY, PAGE 4





The Guantanamo Bay Gazette


GUANTANAMO BAY
GAZETTE
VOL. 66 No. 41

NAVAL STATION
GUANTANAMO BAY,
CUBA





Commanding Officer
CAPT. STEVEN H.
BLAISDELL

Executive Officer
CMDR. PAUL
MITCHELL

Command Master Chief
CMDCM(SW/AW)
KEITH CARLSON

Public Affairs Officer
MR. TERENCE PECK

Leading Chief
Petty Officer
MCC(SW) BILL MESTA

Gazette Editor
MC3 LEONA MYNES

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authorized publication for members
of the military services and their
families stationed at U.S. Naval
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Government, the Department of
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not imply endorsement thereof.
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BASE CHAPEL
CATHOLIC
Daily Catholic Mass
Mon.- Fri. 5:30 p.m. (Main Chapel)
Vigil Mass
Sat. 5 p.m. (Main Chapel)
Mass
Sunday 9 a.m. (Main Chapel)

PROTESTANT
Seventh Day Adventist Service
Sat. 11 a.m. (Room B)
Iglesia Ni Christo
Sun. 5:30 a.m. (Room A)
Pentecostal Gospel Temple
Sun. 8 a.m. (Room D)
LDS Service
Sun. 9 a.m. (Room A)
Liturgical Service
Sun. 10 a.m. (Room B)
General Protestant Service
Sun. 11 a.m. (Main Chapel)
United Jamaican Fellowship
Sun. 11 a.m. (Bldg. 1036)
Gospel Service
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LORIMI Gospel Service
Sun. 1 p.m. (Room D)
GTMO Bay Christian Fellowship
Sun. 6 p.m. (Main Chapel)
GTMO Christian Fellowship
Sun. 8 p.m. (Main Chapel)

FRIDAY SERVICES
Islamic Service
1:15 p.m. (Room C)
Jewish Service
7 p.m. (FMI call 2628)
JTF TROOPERS CHAPEL

CATHOLIC SERVICES
Spanish Mass
Wed. 11 a.m.
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Sat. 6:30 p.m. (PPI Chapel)
Sunday Mass
Sun. 7:30 a.m.







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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette


NAVY
on the Sailor by noting the honorable work of the Naval
Station, the Joint Task Force he commands, and the Sail-
ors he has worked with in his near-30-year career.
"We're not perfect by any means, but the U.S. military
is still, to this day, the most respected institution in this
country, and it's something to be very proud of," Cope-
man said. "We and our forefathers have earned it by hard
work and loyalty and honor shown decade after decade."
The speech was followed by toasts to each military ser-
vice and the ceremonial cake-cutting with the eldest and
youngest Sailors in attendance, Senior Chief Boatswain's
Mate Victor Gonzales and Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class
Ashton Bennet.

Rear Adm. Tom Copeman arrives at the Navy Ball Oct. 10
in the Windjammer Ballroom. Photo by MC3 Leona Mynes.





October 16, 2009


Co-ed Softball Championship Game:

GTMO Crush vs. GTMO Latinos
Photos & story by Terence Peck, Public Affairs Officer, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Public Affairs






Back row: Hollywood, Cheri Gildea, Kenny Buonviri,
SStephen Dix, Ben Hults, Karissa Sandstorm, Zenaida
Desidero, Kevin Robarge, Mark Halsey. Front row:
Matt Harris - Coach, Mark Messa, Russel Hunt,
Phillip Clark, Michelle Robarge. Not pictured: Rob
Neuman & DeeBo.


residents~ can no cll! the GTMO/


Crushsoftbll tea ']m "chamions



Latinos, l 116Oc. 7 ,.- l


Back row: Gilbert Arizaga, Cheryl Dumas, Lydia Alvarez, Lucart
Thomas, Jerry Provost, Miguel Figueroa, Danny Reed, Eric
Bey, Jacob Pinsonneault, Carlos Galarza, Ronald Gardner &
daughter. Front Row: Jennifer Drake, Charles Savinon, Nathan
Collins, Luis Alvarez, Alex Galarza - Batboy, Jesus Diaz. Not
pictured: Drew Torre.





The Guantanamo Bay Gazette

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CAPTAIN'S CuP SCHEDULE
OCT. 19


CAPTAIN'S CUP


Team


STANDINGS
I Wins I Losses


1. P.I. Ballaz1 6 1
2. Hospital Hitters 6 1
3. Latinos I 5 I 3
4. Assassins 3 3
5. Hawgs I 2 1 5
6. Pirates 1 4
7. Iguanas 0 6
1. Sparkle Monkeys 6 0
2. 525th MP BN 2 4
3. Lady Pirates 1 1 5

1. Security 9 0
2. Wolfpack 8 1
3. Coast Guard I 7 2
4. 525 Enforcers 5 3
5. Pirates I 5 5
6. USNH 3 6
7. MCSFCo. I 3 6
8. NAVSTA 1 9
9. CSG 0 9
1. Naval Hospital 7 2
2. Pirates 5 4
3. Island Flavor 1 1 7


JA'Ns Heroes w. V1 1ns aoween ber
7 p.m. Oct. 30 at the Windjammer Pool
Tickets are $5 at the door or $3 in advance. For advance
tickets, go to the NEX Atrium from 1-3 p.m. Saturday or
call Army Sgt. Carmen Gibson at 8141.


Volleyba
6 p.m.
7 p.m.
7:50 p.m.

Flag Foo
8 p.m.
9 p.m.



Flag Foo
7 p.m.
8 p.m.
9 p.m.

Volleyba
7 p.m.
7:50 p.m.



Flag Foo
8 p.m.
9 p.m.

Volleyba
6 p.m.
7 p.m.
7:50 p.m.
8:40 p.m.


IIl
525 MP BN
vs. Sparkle Monkeys
GTMO Assassins
vs. P.I. Ballaz
JTF Iguanas
vs. GTMO Hawgs
tball
MCSFCo.
vs. Naval Hospital
525 Enforcers
vs. NEGB Wolfpack
OCT. 20
tball
Pirates
vs. U.S. Naval Hospital
CSG
vs. MCSFCo.
Security
vs. NAVSTA
Ill
JTF Iguanas
vs. GTMO Assassins
Hospital Hitters
vs. P. I. Ballaz
OCT. 21
tball
Pirates
vs. CSG
NEGB Wolfpack
vs. U.S. Coast Guard
III
W.T. Sampson Lady Pirates
vs. Sparkle Monkeys
W.T. Sampson Pirates
vs. P.I. Ballaz
Hospital Hitters
vs. JTF Iguanas
GTMO Hawgs
vs. GTMO Assassins
OCT. 23


Security
vs. 525 Enforcers
NAVSTA
vs. U.S. Coast Guard


Flag Football
8 p.m.
9 p.m.


MOVIE PREVIEW
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Tom believes, even in this cynical modern world, in the notion of a transforming,
cosmically destined, lightning-strikes-once kind of love. Summer doesn't. Not at
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Don Quixote, with all his might and courage. Suddenly, Tom is in love not just
with a lovely, witty, intelligent woman-but with the very idea of Summer, the
very idea of a love that still has the power to shock the heart and stop the world.






October 16, 2009


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publication. Only electronic submissions will be accepted and only those
e-mailed to pao-ClassifiedAds@usnbgtmo.navy.mil. Classified ads sent to
any other e-mail address may not be published. FMI, call 4520.


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Lost: Straight out froi
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'03 Kawa Ninja 500r,
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'06 Harley Davison 883R
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Nissan Frontier, 136K,
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'07 Ford Focus 2 door
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Contest. Oct. 30 at 4 p.m.
in the Atrium. Prizes for
top three costumes in cat-
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Scariest, Funniest. Ages 18
& below.


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By Chief Mass Communication Specialist (SW) Maria
Yager, Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs

MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -- A Navy message
released Oct. 13 outlines how the Navy will notify
Senior Enlisted Continuation Board candidates of
their status.
According to NAVADMIN 298/09, Sailors con-
sidered by the board will be classified in one of
three categories:
A. Selected for continuation
B. Not selected for continuation
C. Not selected for continuation and in a legal Fiscal year 2010 chief petty officers stand newly pinned at the
hold status pinning ceremony held in the Windjammer Ballroom Sept. 16.
Once the board results are approved by the chief Photo by MC3 Ace Rheaume.
of naval personnel, Navy Personnel Command (NPC)
will notify commanding officers of category B and C Sailors so commanders may personally and confidentially counsel
affected Sailors.
Once notifications are complete, all results will be posted on Bupers Online at https://www.bol.navy.mil where
individuals may check their results personally.


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from GTMO to BALTI-
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and $15.10 from BALTI-
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October 16, 2009 Vol. 66 No. 41 By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Leona Mynes, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Public Affairs Guantanamo Bay residents at tended a celebration Oct. 10 in the Windjammer Ballroom honoring 234 years of the U.S. Navy. The 2009 Navy Ball featured Rear Adm. Tom Copeman, Commander, Joint Task Force, who spoke about the evolution of the modern Sailor. “We’ve changed almost every thing in the past 234 years except for the one thing, and that is the name of the people who man up our ships: 234 Years: Navy Has Changed, Sailor Remains Same Guantanamo Bay Sea Cadets bow their heads as Chaplain Gabriel Mensah delivers the invocation prayer at the Navy Ball Oct. 10 in the Windjammer Ballroom. Photo by MC3 Leona Mynes. the Sailor,” Copeman said. He went on to describe Sailors encrusted, slovely, foul-mouthed, sleepy, beautiful” individual, who, like all U.S. servicemembers, has kept the nation out of harms way for the centuries since the nation’s inception. “From the days of celestial navi gation and cannon balls to the Aegis radars and nuclear powered carriers we have now, the navy has relied on its Sailors.” Technological advances in the Navy helped Sailors become more well-rounded, Copeman said. “Look what happened in the short 40 or 50 years from the turn of the 20th century,” Copeman said. “Radios, aircraft, sonars, guns 26 miles, submarines with one missile that could put a ship on the bottom ... what they have in common is that a Sailor maintains machines of war.” Copeman backed his emphasis SEE NAVY, PAGE 4

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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 2 CAPT. STEVEN H. BLAISDELL CMDR. PAUL MIT CHELL Command Master Chief C MD C M (SW/ A W) KEIT H CARL S ON MR. TERENCE PECK Leading Chief MCC(SW) BILL MESTA Gazette Editor MC3 LEONA MYNES The Guantanamo Bay Gazette is an authorized publication for members of the military services and their families stationed at U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. The contents do not necessarily Government, the Department of Defense, or the U.S. Navy, and do not imply endorsement thereof. The editorial content is prepared, edited and provided by the Public Guantanamo Bay. Questions or comments can be directed to the PAO. The Gazette staff can be reached by phone at ext. 4623, fax at ext. 4819 or by emailing pao@usnb gtmo.navy.mil. Get the Gazette online at ted, via email ONLY , no later than noon every Tuesday to navy.mil. GAZETTE GUANTANAMO BAY VOL. 66 NO. 41 NAVAL STATION GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA SAILOR OF T HE WEEK Trick or Treat! Guantanamo Bay children can trick or treat in all housing areas Oct. 31 from 6-9 p.m. MA3 Kasey Blackmon KING CITY, CALIF. NAVAL STATION SECURITY “I feel honored to have been selected. A man never climbs to great heights without commitment.”

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October 16, 2009 3 BASE CHAPEL NAVSTA OMBUDSMAN Connie Schiltz Call 84792 or 78519. NEGB OMBUDSMAN Marjorie True NEGBombudsman@yahoo.com U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL OMBUDSMAN Jennifer Mangum CAT H OLI C Daily Catholic Mass Vigil Mass Sat. 5 p.m. (Main Chapel) Mass Sunday 9 a.m. (Main Chapel) PROTE S TANT Seventh Day Adventist Service Sat. 11 a.m. (Room B) Iglesia Ni Christo Pentecostal Gospel Temple Sun. 8 a.m. (Room D) LDS Service Sun. 9 a.m. (Room A) Liturgical Service General Protestant Service Sun. 11 a.m. (Main Chapel) United Jamaican Fellowship Gospel Service Sun. 1 p.m. (Main Chapel) LORIMI Gospel Service Sun. 1 p.m. (Room D) GTMO Bay Christian Fellowship Sun. 6 p.m. (Main Chapel) GTMO Christian Fellowship Sun. 8 p.m. (Main Chapel) FRIDAY SERVI C E S Islamic Service Jewish Service 7 p.m. (FMI call 2628) JTF TROOPERS CHAPEL CAT HOLIC SERVICES Spanish Mass Wed. 11 a.m. Vigil Mass Sunday Mass FINANCIAL CORNER BROKERS AND FINANCIAL ADVISORS RELIGIOUS SERVICES GUANTANAMO BAY OMBUDSMEN TIPS FOR CHECKING OUT BROKERS AND INVESTMENT ADVISORS Federal and represent to be lisenced or registered, and to make important information public dollars. The good news is that this information is easy to get, and one phone call or web search may save you from sending your money to a con artist, a bad Before you invest or pay for any investment advice, make sure your brokers, investment advisors and investment advisor representatives have not had run-ins with regulators or other investors. You also need to check whether they are regis tered or licensed. This is very important; if you do business with an unregistered you to recover your money — even if an arbitrator or court rules in your favor. BROKERS AND BROKERAGE FIRMS The Central Registration Depository (or CRD) is a computerized database that contains information about most brokers, out if brokers are properly licensed in your state and if they have had run-ins information about the brokers’ educational backgrounds and where they’ve worked before their current jobs. You can ask either your state securities regulator or the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) to provide you with information from the CRD. Your state securities regulator may provide more information from the CRD than FINRA, especially when it comes to investor complaints, so you may want regulator on the website of the North American Securities Administrators As sociation. To contact FINRA, either visit FINRA’s BrokerCheck website or call FINRA’s toll-free BrokerCheck hotline at (800) 289-9999. INVESTMENT ADVISORS investing in securities usually register with either the SEC or the state securities agency where they have their principal place of business. Investment advisors who manage $25 million or more in client assets generally must register with the SEC. If they manage less, they register with the state securities agency in the state where they have their principal place of business. Some investment advisors employ investment advisor representatives. In most cases, these people must be licensed or registered with your state securities regu lator to do business with you. tered, read their registration forms, called the Form ADV. The Form ADV has two parts. Part 1 has information about the adviser’s business and whether they’ve had problems with regulators or clients. Part 2 outlines the adviser’s services, fees and investment strategies. Before you hire an investment adviser, always ask for and carefully read both parts of the ADV. You can view an adviser’s most recent Form ADV online by visiting the Invest ment Adviser Public Disclosure (IAPD) website. You can also get copies of Form contact information for your state securities regulator on the website of the North American Securities Administrators Association. If the investment adviser is registered with the SEC, you can get a copy of Form ADV (Part 1 only) by accessing information on “How to Request Public Documents” at http://www.sec.gov/answers/publicdocs.htm. For more information, visit www.sec.gov .

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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 4 By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Leona Mynes, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Public Affairs T he commander of Naval Station Guantanamo Bay signed a proclamation Oct. 13 naming October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in GTMO. The proclamation, signed by Navy Capt. Steven H. Blaisdell, calls for the community to participate in the efforts of the Fleet and Family Support Center to show what domestic violence is and how it can be prevented. ily Support Center, is a “pattern of behavior used to establisth power and control over a spouse or intimate partner through fear and intimidation.” This power and control can show itself in many forms, including physical, psychological and sexual abuse. Statistically, the abuse is carried out by men, with 95 percent of reported domestic violence cases being male on female. For more information on Domestic Violence Aware ness Month, call the Fleet and Family Support Center at 4141. Domestic Violence Facts 960,000 to 3 million women are physically abused by a husband or boyfriend each year. More than 3 women are murdered by their boyfriend or husband in the United States every day. 50% of men who assault their wives also assault their children. October Named Domestic Violence Awareness Month in GTMO H. Blaisdell, signs the Domestic Violence Awareness Williams, the Director of the Fleet and Family Support Center, Richard Ponder, the head of the Family Advocacy Program, and Carol Leapheart, a Victim Advocate. Photo by MC3 Leona Mynes. Rear Adm. Tom Copeman arrives at the Navy Ball Oct. 10 in the Windjammer Ballroom. Photo by MC3 Leona Mynes. on the Sailor by noting the honorable work of the Naval Station, the Joint Task Force he commands, and the Sail ors he has worked with in his near-30-year career. “We’re not perfect by any means, but the U.S. military is still, to this day, the most respected institution in this country, and it’s something to be very proud of,” Cope man said. “We and our forefathers have earned it by hard work and loyalty and honor shown decade after decade.” The speech was followed by toasts to each military ser vice and the ceremonial cake-cutting with the eldest and youngest Sailors in attendance, Senior Chief Boatswain’s Mate Victor Gonzales and Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Ashton Bennet. NAVY

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October 16, 2009 5 Thomas, Jerry Provost, Miguel Figueroa, Danny Reed, Eric Bey, Jacob Pinsonneault, Carlos Galarza, Ronald Gardner & “Our team has really worked hard all year long. Everyone on our team came together to get the job done when in counted the most. Coming in teammates for their dedication. GO CRUSH!!!” -Matt Harris, Coach goal too. We want to thank MWR for the wonderful job they are doing with all these organized tournaments and Luis Alvarez, coach Neuman & DeeBo. GTMO Latinos GTMO CRUSH Co-ed Softball Championship Game: GTMO Crush vs. GTMO Latinos #1 #2 Naval Station Guantanamo Bay residents can now call the GTMO Crush softball team “champions” after their win against the GTMO Latinos, 19-16, Oct. 7. The win caps a six-week league where six teams vied for the num ber one spot. “The season was a success and it provided the opportunity for indi thing they enjoy,” said Robert Neu man, MWR Recreation Specialist and Sports Coordinator. “Players showed outstanding sportsmanship throughout the season, even when calls didn’t go their way.” The next softball tournament will be an “All Nighter” scheduled for Nov. 27 according to Neuman. “That will be good for those people that would like to burn off all the Tur key they ate on Thanksgiving,” he said.

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The Guantanamo Bay Gazette 6 MWR Happenings CAPTAIN’S CUP SCH EDULE OCT. 19 Volleyball 6 p.m. 525 MP BN vs. Sparkle Monkeys 7 p.m. GTMO Assassins vs. P.I. Ballaz Flag Football 8 p.m. MCSFCo. 9 p.m. 525 Enforcers vs. NEGB Wolfpack Flag Football 7 p.m. Pirates 8 p.m. CSG vs. MCSFCo. 9 p.m. Security vs. NAVSTA Volleyball 7 p.m. JTF Iguanas vs. GTMO Assassins vs. P. I. Ballaz OCT. 21 Flag Football 8 p.m. Pirates vs. CSG 9 p.m. NEGB Wolfpack vs. U.S. Coast Guard Volleyball vs. Sparkle Monkeys 7 p.m. W.T. Sampson Pirates vs. P.I. Ballaz vs. JTF Iguanas vs. GTMO Assassins OCT. 23 Flag Football 8 p.m. Security vs. 525 Enforcers 9 p.m. NAVSTA vs. U.S. Coast Guard WHAT’S HAPPENING IN GTMO? Moviesare canceled indefinitely dueto maintenance tothe sound system. Sunday-2000 500DaysofSummer PG1395minOct.18SaturdayOct.17-2200 TheFinalDestination R81minFriday-2000 Fame PG107min Oct.16SaturdayOct.17-2000Shorts PG89minWednesdayOct.21-2000 TheGoods R89minFridayOct.16-2200 Halloween2 R105minTuesdayOct.20-2000 Surrogates PG1389minMonday-2000 District9 112minOct.19RFriday07-8pm PG96min AugustMyLifeintheRuinsFriday07-10pm R95min AugustTheTakenofPelham123Saturday08-8pm P13108min August TheProposal GSaturday08-10pm R102min August LandoftheLostWednesday12-8pm PG53min AugustHarryPotterandthe HalfBloodPrinceTuesday11-8pm Hangover PG92min AugustMonday10-8pm ImagineThat PG107min AugustSunday09-8pm YearOne PG97min August ThursdayOct.22-2000 TheTimeTravelersWife PG13108min Moviesare canceled indefinitely dueto maintenance tothe soundsystem. MEN’S VOLLEYBALL 1. P.I. Ballaz 6 1 2. Hospital Hitters 6 1 3. Latinos 5 3 4. Assassins 3 3 5. Hawgs 2 5 6. Pirates 1 4 7. Iguanas 0 6 WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL 1. Sparkle Monkeys 6 0 2. 525th MP BN 2 4 3. Lady Pirates 1 5 MEN’S FLAG FOOTBALL 1. Security 9 0 2. Wolfpack 8 1 3. Coast Guard 7 2 4. 525 Enforcers 5 3 5. Pirates 5 5 6. USNH 3 6 7. MCSFCo. 3 6 8. NAVSTA 1 9 9. CSG 0 9 WOMEN’S FLAG FOOTBALL 1. Naval Hospital 7 2 2. Pirates 5 4 3. Island Flavor 1 7 CAPTAIN’S CUP STANDINGS KARAOKE @ RICK’S LOUNGE every Wednesday and Saturday Night starting at 8 p.m. Come out and be the star COLLEGE GAME DAY games on 4 big screen TVs every Saturday throughout the LIBERTY OCTOBER EVENTS Oct.17-23 500 Days of Summer Romantic Comedy PG-13, 95 min. cosmically destined, lightning-strikes-once kind of love. Summer doesn’t. Not at all. But that doesn’t stop Tom from going after her, again and again, like a modern MOVIE PREVIEW JSA’s Heroes vs. Villians Halloween Mixer 7 p.m. Oct. 30 at the Windjammer Pool Tickets are $5 at the door or $3 in advance. For advance tickets, go to the NEX Atrium from 1-3 p.m. Saturdays or call Army Sgt. Carmen Gibson at 8141.

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October 16, 2009 7 ‘08 ETEK EGO with TADAO Board, DYE UL TRALITE Barrel, Cross $550. Call 77596. 1999 300M, 94K miles, runs great, new tires, re cent oil change, $6500 Call 77192 or 4772. Hose reel wagon $10. Call 77344. Two piece girls dresser set by Kathy Ireland $200. Call 77344. 14 foot trampoline $100 OBO. Call 77344. Dorothy and Wizard of Oz costume w/shoes $10. Call 77344. Glenda Wizard of Oz cos tume New (M) $10. Call 77344. Witch costume (10-12) $3. Call 77344. Size 7 mens Nike running shoes $7. Call 77344. 20 Junnie B. Jones Books $5. Call 77344. 6 Dear Dumb Diary Books $2. Call 77344. Dog Lobster Costume (M 16”) $7. Call 77344. Ripstick skateboard $15. Call 77344. 1 meter+ round DirecTV satellite dish w/3 receiv ers. $500 OBO. FMI: 77873/77553 after 5pm. Apple iMac, G4 1.25GHz, 1.5 GB, new 80GB hard drive; Lexmark x4530 $500. Call 77289. Large Weber BBQ Grill $40 call 9794 / 77003. FOR SALE VE H I C LE S/BOAT S ‘02 Hyundai Sonata. 78K mi. $3000 OBO. Call 73934. ‘97 Jeep TJ Wrangler, 43K miles. $10,000. Call 77289. ‘07 Ford Focus 2 door hatchback. $7,500. Call 73948/84910. CLASSIFIEDS FOUND: iPod at Cooper Field. FMI 75208. ANNOUN C EMENT S two wonderful young fe male adult cats who need a loving home. One is a beautiful black and grey striped female who needs a quiet home with adults due to her blindness. She has adjusted very well and has sight impairment. Her sister is a pretty beige and brown striped female who is super intelligent and very inquisitive. She leads and supports her sister when faced with a new environ ment and experiences. Both are declawed, healthy and happy loving cats who love to be petted and cuddled. They are comical and will bring a lot of joy into your household. Would be nice for both to go to the same home, they have never been separated. However, two homes may be neces sary. Call their Foster Mom at 2623. Lost: Straight out from the old dock at Phillips Dive Park. Mask and snorkel, clear color, snorkel still had sticker on it! If found please call 2882. COOLERS! Up to 60qt wheeled cube. $15-$29. Most used once. Call 2882. Young Jamaican guava tree $100. Sweetsop seedlings $20. Call 2882. 80 cu. ft. steel scuba tank. < 15 dives. w/VIP. $150/obo. FMI call 90918. Ipod Nano Green 16GB, earphones. $145 Firm. FMI: 77201. PIANO Kawai w/stool. $1500 OBO. FMI 74233. Badcock Sage King Sofa w/fabric protection 2 y/o. $200 OBO. Call Crystal at 4135. SCSI modem $50. FMI 8017/79532. ‘99: 300M, 94K miles, runs great, new tires, $6500 Call 77192 or 4772. ‘03 Kawa Ninja 500r, $3000 obo. FMI -77158. ‘06 Harley Davison 883R $7000. FMI: 78432. Nissan Frontier, 136K, 2WD, A/C, CD. $6000. FMI 75675. ‘07 Chrysler Sebring, 6800 mi. PW/PL, Sun Roof. $17,000. FMI 79347/8258. Cobia 19’ Speedboat. $7,000 OBO. FMI 74466 / 8345. ‘02 Pontiac Grand Am 44K mi. w/hitch / remote starter/ tinting/ $6,000 OBO. FMI 8235/77828. 18’ Center Console Great Depth Finder. FMI call8366/79456. Oct. 17: West Bargo 46B, 10 a.m. Oct. 17: West Bargo 42A, 9 a.m.-noon. Oct. 18: Villamar 35C, 6-9 a.m. NEX Halloween Costume Contest. Oct. 30 at 4 p.m. in the Atrium. Prizes for top three costumes in cat egories: Most Original, Scariest, Funniest. Ages 18 & below. Medium Weber BBQ Grill $35. Call 9794/77003. G.E. Microwave – $35. Call 9794/77003. MI SC ELLANEOU S YARD SALE S

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By Chief Mass Communication Specialist (SW) Maria Yager, Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -A Navy message released Oct. 13 outlines how the Navy will notify Senior Enlisted Continuation Board candidates of their status. According to NAVADMIN 298/09, Sailors con three categories: A. Selected for continuation B. Not selected for continuation C. Not selected for continuation and in a legal hold status Once the board results are approved by the chief of naval personnel, Navy Personnel Command (NPC) affected Sailors. individuals may check their results personally. Proper Use of Government Vehicles DO DON’T use the GOV for transportation between residences and place of employment. use the GOV for transportation to stores or fast food eateries. EXCEPTIONS (TAD/TDY). TAD/TDY personnel may use GOVs for travel pertaining to the traveler’s subsistence, health or comfort. KNOW cer or employee who willfully uses or authorizes the use of a passenger motor vehicle or aircraft owned or leased by the United States Government or otherwise violates employee shall be suspended for at least one month and when circumstances warrant, pinning ceremony held in the Windjammer Ballroom Sept. 16. Photo by MC3 Ace Rheaume. Excess Pet To/From DoD Non-DoD Non-Fed Baggage Charges Fiscal Year 2010 AMC Flight Rates Revised Oct. 15 All fares are for one-way travel only. Space ‘A’ fee is $27.40 from GTMO to BALTI MORE/NORFOLK/JAX and $15.10 from BALTI MORE/NORFOLK/JAX to GTMO.


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