The wire
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Title: The wire
Uniform Title: Wire (Guantánamo Bay, Cuba)
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Publication Date: 05-04-2012
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Just another Day at the Bay TSP: Roth an option Volume 13, Issue 26 Friday, May 4, 2012 Trooper Focus: Airman loses weight to fulfill life goals


Capt. W. Andrew DochertyChief of Staff, JTF Guantanamo I like the fact that we have signs on post announcing the Value of the Week. This is a great way to help us refresh our thinking on the foundational values of the Profession of Arms and help us use that perspective to help us better perform our mission and live our lives as military professionals. I expect that leaders throughout the JTF use these weekly values to start discussions about what sets us apart from those who have never known service and about the many reasons we should be exceptionally proud how professionally we perform our mission every day. We use the core values of our respective services as the foundation upon which our professional conduct is built. They serve as the moral compass to provide clear direction for our actions when the fog and friction of the moment may make the appropriate course less apparent. For the Army, these core values are Loyalty, Duty, and Personal Courage. For the Air Force, they are Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence In All We Do. The Coast To Duty. For the Navy and Marine Corps, Commitment. For generations, these core values have helped illuminate the path for service members as we perform our missions and live our lives. Our adherence to these values is what makes us so well respected by the American public and the rest of the world. Again, I like the fact that we have these signs displaying the weekly values on post. Its important to remember, though, that these values are equally important off-post as they are on-post. Its absolutely critical that we continue to emphasize the importance of these values as an integral part of our non-mission actions, behaviors, and activities with as much diligence as we have used to make them part of the way we accomplish the mission. These core values must be a way of life both on and off duty, and it is only through the consistent application of these moral and ethical values that we can obtain the most basic component and fundamental foundation of the Profession of Arms Trust. As a profession, we have already earned the trust of the citizens we serve, and as the eyes of the world turn to GTMO for the upcoming military commissions arraignment for the alleged 9/11 co-conspirators, I am certain that our actions will continue to earn us the trust we deserve. But by far the most important trust we need to maintain is from our own population of Troopers. All JTF personnel must redouble our efforts to live our core values on both sides of the fence line in order to preserve the vital foundation of trust which enables us to serve our fellow Troopers and our nation so effectively. Doing the right thing and taking care of each other is a 24/7 responsibility from which there is no relief. Each of us must continue to live the Value of the Week in every action, every day.Ccommand orner Joint Task Force Guantanamo Safe Humane Legal Transparent Cover: Children enjoy kayaking and pedal boats, just two of many attractions that were available at Day at the Bay at Ferry Landing beach April 28. The event celebrated The Month of the Military Child. photo by Army Pvt. Loren Cook JTF GuantanamoCommander Rear Adm. David Woods Deputy Commander Brig. Gen. James Lettko Command Master Chief Cmd. Master Chief Reynaldo Tiong Office of Public Affairs Director Navy Capt. Robert Durand: 9928 Deputy Director Air Force Lt. Col. Laurel Tingley: 9927 Operations Officer Army Maj. Jon Powers: 3649 Senior Enlisted Leader Sgt. 1st Class Jerome Grant: 8141The WireCommand Information Officer Army 1st. Lt. Amelia Thatcher Editorial Staff Army Sgt. Saul Rosa Spc. Ryan Hallock Spc. Vanessa Davila Pvt. Loren Cook Photojournalists Sgt. 1st Class Kryn Westhoven Mass Communication Spc. 1st Class Ty Bjornson Army Staff Sgt. Lewis Hilburn Mass Communication Spc. 2nd Class Kilho Park Webmaster Mass Communication Spc. 1st Class Keith SimmonsContact usEditors Desk: 3499 Commercial: 011-5399-3499 DSN: 660-3499 E-mail: thewire@jtfgtmo.southcom.mil Online: www.jtfgtmo.southcom.mil/wire/wire.html COMMAND CORNER THE WIRE | PAGE 2 We use the core values of our respective services as the foundation upon which our professional conduct is built. NEWS FROM THE BAY THE WIRE | PAGE 3 INDEXThe Wire MAY 4, 2012 Command Corner TSP: Roth started up Day at the Bay Trooper Focus Notice Windward Loop MBS: Leadership Movie Review: The VowThe WIRE is the official news magazine of Joint Task Force Guantanamo. It is produced by the JTF Public Affairs Office to inform and educate the Troopers of JTF Guantanamo through news, features, command guidance, sports and entertainment. This DoD news magazine is an authorized publication for the members of the Department of Defense. Contents of The WIRE are not necessarily the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense, or Joint Task Force Guantanamo. It is printed by Defense Logistics Agency Document Services with a circulation of 1,300.2 5 6 8 9 9 10 Moonlight RunThe Marine Corps Security Forces Company is hosting a Moonlight Run May 11. and the route will be from the Northeast Gate to Kittery Beach. p.m. Registration costs $25. rine Corps Birthday Ball. For more informaNorth East Gate TourCubans used to shine a spotlight at the Marine barracks at the North East Gate until a large eagle, globe, and anchor was built. Learn more about the history and lineage of the North East Gate and the United States Marines at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. third Friday of the month at 11 a.m. Acoustic FridayCome out to enjoy easy listening music by Marty Castillo at the Bayview beginning May For reservations and more information Anger ManagementDont let anger manage you! Learn ways to stay in control at the anger management course at The Fleet and Family Support Center May 8 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Night Golf day? Well the Yatera Golf Association is sponsoring a night of glow-in-the-dark golf May 19. Sign up at the NEX Breezeway May 5 and Cart and glow-in-the-dark golf balls included. Clubs are free to rent. College Courses Intermediate Algebra for their summer ses sion beginning May 28. Registration is open through May 27. Classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays There are hundreds of courses available online. Call 7-5555 for more information. Reef RaidersThere is a club meeting May 8 at the club house. There will be burgers and dogs for dinner. Bring your own liquid refreshments. Become a member at the meeting! Trail Blazers ful and clean. The Trail Blazers are looking for volunteers to help cut grass, trim tree limbs, remove trash and anything else it takes to keep your hikes, trail runs and bike rides fun and easy. For more information, Martin.E.Sullivan@jtfgtmo.southcom.mil. Philippine Cuisine On your way out of the NEX, stop at the fund-raising event for the 114th Philippine Independence Day Celebration. Traditional Philippine dishes will be served including lumpia, pancit and adobo. Filipino cookbooks are also available for $15. BINGO! is moving from inside the Windjammer to outside on OKellys Patio and will only be Please bring some type of paper weight for your tickets to offset any wind challenges. For more information call the WindjamLeather Craft ClassEvery Tuesday at the Ceramic Shop from Register at the Ceramic shop. Attention DiversThe re-compression chamber will be down for maintenance May 7 11. Civilian and recreational diving will be se cured at NAVSTA GTMO during this period. For more information, contact the Com4444. Moonlight Run May 11


As members of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, we take pride in serving our country. We interact with each other as supervisors and subordinates to accomplish the mission. During these daily interactions, we give and receive instructions and advice and we ask questions. This is called communication. information conveyed or transmitted by one person to another or to a group of persons. Communication occurs when there is a message (conveyed infor mation), sender (person giving message) and receiver (person obtaining message). Effective communication requires more than just an exchange of information. For communication to be effective the sender must present the message in a manner understood by the receiver. In communicat ing with a subordinate, a leader needs to convey his or her mes sage in a manner suitable for the subordinate to comprehend. The subordinate receives and interprets the message. If there is any confusion in the communication, the subordinate asks questions for clarity. As a continuance of effective Smile when you speak to your colleagues; smiling requires use of 14 facial muscles while frowning requires 72. Be friendly, helpful and cor dial in your communication Show genuine interest in the receiver of your message Be considerate of his or her feelings as they will affect communication Do not be afraid to display patience and humility, and a dash of humor when appropriate These things will reduce stress among Troopers and allow them to fully comprehend what you are trying to convey. Your effectiveness will increase substantially. The advantages of effective Troopers adopt your ideas Stronger relationships are established Productivity increases Learn to communicate effec tively. As a leader you will earn the trust and respect of your subordinates. As a subordinate, possessing the ability to communicate effectively will increase your ability to move up in the ranks and become the leader of tomorrow! Whether you are a leader or a subordinate, always strive to improve your communication skills. Trooper to Trooper strive to communicate effectivelyMaster Sgt. Gary ChambersFirst Sergeant, Base Emergency Engineering Force TROOPER T O TROOPER THE WIRE | PAGE 4 PSEC ALERT PROTECT YOUR INFO! Complacency 1. Self-satisfaction especially when accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies. 2. A feeling of being satisfied with how things are and not wanting to try to make them better. Keep your eyes wide open and your head on a swivel, fight complacency! Protect sensitive information. Use OPSEC! By Sgt. 1st Class Kryn P. Westhoven TSP: Roth start up Before or after, that is the question COMMAND INFORMA TION THE WIRE | PAGE 5 MONEY MATTERS Super Troopers Congratulations to the Joint Task Force Guantanamo Troopers who recently received commanders coins! SPC Ladrillero SSgt Thacker TSgt Dixon-Scott P02 Torio Starting next week Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) participants Roth contributions to the popular savings plan. The contributions provide tax-free withdrawals once you are of retirement age. Unlike current TSP contributions, which are made with pre-tax dollars, Roth contributions come from money that has already been taxed. The Roth TSP is an important new feature that will give you great your employee contributions, said TSP Executive Director Greg T. Long in a letter to participants on the www.tsp.gov website. Although contributions made to the new plan are taxed, any inter traditional TSP, certain IRS require ments have to be met in order for withdrawals to be tax free, like being at least 59 and a half years old before making any withdrawals. If you are in a lower tax bracket now and expect to be in a higher tax bracket when you retire, then the Roth plan could be a viable option. You need to determine if you will be paying less in taxes now than your potential tax rate when you retire. Another positive scenario would involve Troopers who go on to serve in a combat zone. If they qualify for tax-exempt pay, then in addition to being a tax-free withdrawal, Roth contributions wouldnt be taxed going in either. Traditional TSP contributions are deducted from your pay be fore taxes, and the principal and earnings are taxed as you withdraw funds in retirement. I urge you to carefully consider whether Roth TSP would be to your advantage, added Long. The TSP website noted that, as with all tax matters, you should seek the adadvisor for information pertaining With the start of the Roth contributions option on May 7, you will potentially have two types of balances in your TSP account; the traditional TSP balance of pre-tax contributions and a Roth TSP balance. You will have to designate how much you will continue to place in the regular TSP and how much you will contribute to the Roth TSP. choose from. What you will have is duplicate funds that with show either before tax or after tax contributions. If you opt for a Roth TSP, money already in your TSP account will remain part of your traditional balance and cannot be converted to Roth contributions. You can transRoth 457 (b) monies to your TSP Roth, but not funds from a Roth IRA. For either the traditional TSP or the Roth TSP, Troopers can receive a tax deduction equal to their contributions. This means mum contributions for Troopers For more information visit www.tsp.gov or sit down with specialist with the Fleet and Family Services Support Center at U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay. Barrett is available every Thursday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Fleet and Family Support Center satel4141 to set up an appointment. fense Department announced today its assignment policy changes will be implemented tional positions to women. The two changes to the 1994 tion and Assignment Rule, announced Feb. 9 in a report to Congress, could not be implemented without a Congresperiod, which has now expired. When implemented, occu pations will no longer be closed to women solely because the positions are required to be co-located with ground combat units. Additionally, a sizable number of positions will be opened to women at the battalion level in select direct occupations. The services will continuously assess their experience with these exceptions to policy to help determine fu ture changes to the assignment rules. The secretary of defense has said this is the beginning, not the end, of a process, said Acting Under Secretary of De fense for Personnel and Readiness Jo Ann Rooney. The de partment intends to continue to remove barriers that prevent service members from serving in any capacity in which they qualify. Defense Secretary Panetta has directed the services to update him in six months on assignment implementation, to include efforts to pursue gender-neutral physical standards, an assessment of the newly cation of any further positions that can be opened. Women have contributed immeasurably to our efforts, here and abroad, Rooney said. We simply could not do the mission without them. New assignments opening to women Department of Defense press release


FEA TURE THE WIRE | PAGE 6 THE WIRE | PAGE 7 FEA TURE Children slid down water slides, swam in the gently-rolling waves of the banana boats, paddled around in kayaks or pedal boats, played water balloon volleyball, played impromptu games of tag or engaged while. Meanwhile, parents shopped for arts and crafts, ate hamburgers and bratwurst, and watched their children. Such was the scene at Ferry Landing Beach April 28, at the Day at the Bay, which celebrated The Month of the Military Child with a splash! Day at the Bay is a fun, visible way Navy Child and Youth Programs, a branch of MWR. The Coast Guard Maritime Security Detachment and the Marine Corps Security Forces Company both turned out to show their support. The MSST sent a rescue helicopter and mounted a swimmer rescue drill while the MCSFCO set up a static We can plan a lot of cool events, but without volunteers helping out, theyre just plans. We appreciate the help we get from volunteers contributing their time and energy to put this on for the kids and community, said Dickson. Community organizations such as the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts sold souvenirs and collected donations. Other attractions included free T-shirts, free kites, and a pirate You have a lot to get ready, for a lot of people, so a lot is involved, said Dickson. Its a multi-activity event with many moving parts for the entire community, so it takes extensive, lucid planning and organization. It was more like a three-ring circus! The highlight of the day was a performance by the The Dirty Sock Funtime Band, a New York City-based childrens music band. Kids laughed at the friendly rock. The band was engaging and fun. They They were very good, both for and to the kids, said Dickson. Although MWR faced a multitude of challenges planning and organizing the event, it was a success. Families showed up in force, and nary a sad face was to be seen. When all was said and done, it was worth it when I saw my daughter Amelia strolling around in a yellow shirt, all wet from enjoying her Day at the Bay, said Dickson. Just another Day at the Bay By Pvt. Loren CookBackground: A scurvy swashbuckler gives Opposite Top: The four water slides at Day at the Bay proved to be a popular Opposite Bottom: Children engage in an


years ago. The Airman 1st Class from Missouri is now at Guantanamo Bay, and he is I just woke up one day and I was like I need to change my life; I want a future, says The Airman has kept the weight off and continues to lose weight, always through discipline and determination. Those traits have carried over to his military career and made him one of the hardest working members of the Base Emergency Engineering Force (BEEF). The BEEF is responsible for maintaining Camp Justice, which houses various personnel involved with commissions, as well as the Expeditionary Legal is a utilities craftsman in the plumbing work throughout Camp Justice and the ELC but least not when hes back home in Missouri. goal to work in law enforcement, and he lost make that happen. When he is not deployed as part of the Missouri Air National Guards at the Platte County Sheriffs department. I didnt want to go to the same kind of job every day, choice in the Air Force. I was never handy with tools, so I joined civil engineering to better myself as a man and learn something different. I already know how to be a cop so why not learn how to be handy in something else? Now I can go home and help build my house if I want to. status, he has only been home for about four months in the last two years. As soon as he returned home from tech school, he was informed of the Wings deployment to Guantanamo so off he went two months later. Before was moved to the jail when his deployment orders came in July, and Platte County patrolling their neighborhoods again. TROOPER FOCUS THE WIRE | PAGE 8 Whats your technique to beat the heat? Drink lots of water and take breaks. Sergeant Nickolaos Simpson Boots on the Ground By Spc. Vanessa DavilaI like to go snorkeling in the bay. Staff Sergeant Nathan Richard Stay inside! Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Leotis Dixon I like to sit under a nice, shady banyan tree. Yeoman 2nd Class Janol Wright Time in service: 2 years Hobbies: Playing sports, going to the gym, listening to music T he boss says: good attitude in everything that is asked teer for anything. Advice to junior T roopers: Get in volved while youre here. It makes your time go by faster. MIND, BODY & SPIRIT THE WIRE | PAGE 9 Concerning LeadershipIt remains fairly surprising the number understanding the psychology behind military improves with age. The more experience we have interacting with those who serve beneath our guidance, the more we discover different methods that cultivate the most desirable attitudes and working relationships. the drives and motivations of subordinates is where many servicemembers have the greatest War, unfortunately, is one of the oldest and most easily recognizable features of human existence. In his book War before Civilization, archeology professor Lawrence percent of known societies have engaged in warfare. In fact, some of the oldest archeological sites known today are mass graves believed to be locations of early Raymond Kelly, a cemetery in Sudan dating of organized human violence. The crucial moment in history where humans faced each military leadership was born. Organized in small bands of raiding parties, the discipline needed to defeat the opponent was instilled by the chieftain. Mindful of both their surroundings and the disposition of those standing by their side, military leadership. Although militaries around the world have evolved considerably from their prehistoric beginnings, the fundamentals of leadership remain the same. acknowledgement of your subordinates worth. Leaders too must acknowledge that, much like a sophisticated machine, each individual under their command provides a vital function necessary for the unit to work as a whole. In addition, possessing a level of professional comfort that allows subordinates room to put forth opinions on certain matters, as well as respecting such views, is crucial to establishing a good working relationship. No matter what your rank is, everyone wants balance discipline and liberties in a military environment, taking the extra step in assessing the wants and needs of your subordinates can make the process easier. Most of us have developed the tools necessary to assess what works best for additional step to examine their character and be uncomfortable for some. Learn as much as you can about your subordinates. Offer Windward Loop Drivers NOTICE FOR Residents of Windward Loop have probably noticed the No Right Turn sign where the street joins Sherman Avenue. You may have also wondered why base police are enforcing this new restriction so aggressively The reason for the sign is to prevent Windward Loop residents from driving east on Sherman Ave and cutting through the Villamar and Nob Hill neighborhoods to Skyline Drive on the way to the JTF. Residents have complained about JTF personnel driving too fast through their neighborhood (where the speed limit is 15) and the related construction area (where the speed limit is 5), and we need to immediately take steps to avoid cutting through in the morning and ensure we slow down when driving in any residential neighborhood. JTF personnel shall avoid transiting this neighborhood in the morning and anyone caught violating the No Right Turn sign or the posted speed limit will risk losing their vehicle privileges. Capt. W. Andrew Docherty Chief of Staff, JTF Guantanamo see MBS page 11 Mind Body & Spirit


MOVIE REVIEW THE WIRE | PAGE 10 What if the person you loved more than anyone else in the entire world one day did not know you anymore? Can you imagine? I cannot begin to fathom the sorrow I would go through. Unfortunately, this is a reality for people dealing with loved ones suffering from Alzheimers disease or from a traumatic brain injury. As I watched The Vow, I imagined myself in the character of the husbands shoes. What startled me was how much of the movie actually reminded me of myself and of similar situations Ive been in. Ill be honest; this movie definitely struck a chord with me. The movie opens with young Chicagoans Leo (Channing Tatum, Jump Street) and Paige Collins (Rachel McAdams, The Time Travelers Wife) leaving a movie theater late one winter night. They are madly in love and its obvious from the get-go they are best friends. While they are driving home on slick roads, fate intervenes. Thats when we learn of moments of impact and ripple effects where some particles are brought closer and some are spun off into great adventures that happen in life. This is when a dump truck rear-ends the young couples vehicle which sends Paige sailing through the windshield. During her hospital stay, she is put in a medically induced coma to help her recover. When Paige is revived, her motor functions are good and her personality is sound. Leo is elated to see his wife on the mend, it appears she will not have any lasting injuries has no memory of Leo. She is unable to recall the last five years of her life. This includes changing her college major, her works as an artist and sculptor, her estrangement from her parents, and how and why she met and married Leo. From Paiges perspective, Leo is a stranger. There is no passion for him as there once was. Without the last five years of memory, she still has feelings for her former fianc, the handsome and somewhat snaky Jeremy (Scott never wanted his engagement to Paige to end. For him, this might be a chance to pick up where they left off. Leos life is made even more complicated by Paiges meddlesome parents Bill (Sam Neill, Legend of the Lange, Big Fish). With Paiges memory of their estrangement gone, her parents now have a chance to implement a life course correction for her. Bill and Rita never wanted Paige to assume the career she did, and they certainly do not approve of Leo. Channing Tatum is good as Leo. In spite of the many challenges that come from Paige trying to put the pieces of her life back together, he always tries to remain calm and even keeled. This is no small task for a man who, for the most part, lost his true love to a moment of impact. Though hurt, he is determined to play straight with Paige and let her make her own decisions, including what she now wants to do with her life. Truly, if you love someone enough you will let them go. The Vow is aptly named. It is the very premise of the Collins wedding vows the movie is framed upon. Whats interesting to note, is our couple wrote their wedding vows on their copies of the menu from the caf prominent during their initial Caf. Nice touch with the name. The Vow was inspired by the real-life couple Kim and Kickitt Carpenter. They were married for only ten weeks when an auto accident robbed Kickitt of knowing her husband at all. When asked Whos your husband? Kickitt responded with Im not married. Tests revealed she had only maintained her long-term memories. She no longer had any feelings for her husband, Kim. I dont have a visual memory in my head, and I have no memory in my heart. The Carpenters faced bills for Kickitts care. Kim did not think their marriage could survive. This isnt my wife; my wife is in this body, trapped and trying to get out. Kim valued their marriage and was determined to make it work. I made a vow before God. Until death do you since the accident. Today, they are happily married and have two children. Kickitt never did regain the memories she lost. The Vow took creative liberties with the actual events on which it is based. A movie like this could have easily gone in so many directions. As it is, it is a bittersweet love story that deals with loss and resolves itself feels reasonably honest and noble. I dont know if I would have had the stamina, will-power or heart that idealist character with great personality traits and few or no flaws. Many couples probably wouldnt have handled this situation as well as the Collins. But the Carpenters did and that is a testament to their faith and determination. The Vow works best as a date movie. If I had to complain, some events take place feel a little too convenient. An example is the scene where Paige meets a former acquaintance in the floral store. That chance encounter is there to provide a plot twist, but it felt a bit much and a little too late. Oh, well. I can forgive that and some of the other clichs. After all, this movie has heart. Thats what brings this story home. For this kind of movie, isnt that what really matters? PG-13 104 min. Movie Review The Vow By Mass Communication Spc. 1st Class Ty Bjornson BULLETIN BOARD THE WIRE | PAGE 11 them advice when they ask for it. Addressing problems outside work, such family life can be a great way to establish your command. Successful leadership is not always obtained by emulating those who led you in the past or by working outside of the norm. It is by establishing a respectful bond with your peers, subordinates and superiors to collectively accomplish the mission that good leaders become great. Outside of the individualized mental health services provided to service members stationed throughout Joint Task Force Guantanamo, we here at the Joint Stress Mitigation and Restoration Team work hand in hand with leadership to help ensure that both personal and commandwide stressors are addressed. If you have any questions or just want to sit back, relax and enjoy one of our massage chairs, the JSMART clinic is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m to 5 p.m and closed on the weekends and federal holidays. Call us Downtown Lyceum Camp Bulkeley FRI SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU 5 4 6 7 8 10 9 T he Lucky O ne Silent House (NEW) A T housand Words (NEW) Act of Valor A T housand Words (NEW) Silent House (NEW) (R) 8 p.m. Wonderlust (last showing) (R) 8 p.m. T yler Perrys Good Deeds (last showing) T yler Perrys Good Deeds (last showing) Wonderlust (last showing) (R) 8 p.m. Gone T he Lucky O ne T he Lorax (PG) 8 p.m. T he Vow T he Vow Act of Valor (R) 8 p.m.Downtown Lyceum Camp BulkeleyMBS continued BULLETIN BOARD THE WIRE | PAGE 11 GTMO Religious ServicesNAVSTA Main ChapelDaily Catholic Mass Tues.-Fri. 5:30 p.m. Vigil Mass Saturday 5 p.m. Mass Sunday 9 a.m. General Protestant Sunday 11 a.m. Gospel Service Sunday 1 p.m. Christian Fellowship Sunday 6 p.m. Pentecostal Gospel Sunday 8 a.m. & 5 p.m. Room D Protestant Communion Sunday 10 a.m. Room B LDS Service Sunday 10 a.m. Room A Islamic Service Friday 1 p.m. Room C Protestant Worship Sunday 9 a.m. Bible Study Wednesday 6 p.m.JTF Trooper ChapelFor other services, contact the For more information, contact the JTF Chap SAFE RIDE 84781