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Vol. 76, No. 24

VT-86 change of command ceremony today (June 15) From VT-86

NAS Pensacola’s VT86 will host a change of command ceremony today (June 15) at 11 a.m. in Hangar One, at the National Naval Aviation Museum.

Lt. Col. Glen B.C. Cauley

Marine Lt. Col. Glen B.C. Cauley will take over command of the squadron from Cmdr. Brian S. Horstman. Horstman will be reporting to the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) as the ship’s operations officer. Cauley is a 1993 graduate of Jacksonville University (NROTC), Jacksonville, with a bachelor’s degree in political science and a 2005 graduate of the USMC Command

Cmdr. Brian S. Horstman

and Staff College with a master’s in military studies. Upon completion of the Basic School, Cauley reported to the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twenty-nine Palms, Calif., and assumed the duties as supply officer for Aviation Ground Support Element, Marine Wing Support Group 37 (MWSG-37), Third Marine Air Wing (MAW). Cauley was selected to

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June 15, 2012

NASP cleans up following record rainfall From staff reports

Torrential rains over the weekend of June 9-10 dumped an unprecedented amount of water on NAS Pensacola and surrounding areas. Some housing areas and Naval H o s p i t a l Pensacola (NHP) offices have been affected by the deluge, and base and hospital officials are working to minimize the storm’s damage. NASP Emergency Manager Burt Fenters put the rainfall totals in perspective. “We just experienced something that happens on average every 100 years,” Fenters said. “On and off installation drainage ponds are built to handle average rainfall amounts; but nothing like

we saw last weekend. “The base measured 14.6 inches of rain from early Saturday through Sunday evening. West Pensacola reported 23.58 inches. Our off-installation housing known as Mariner Village was affected. We had to evacuate approximately 29 families S a t u r d a y evening and house them temporarily in Navy Gateway Inns and Suites. By Sunday some residents returned. Others are currently weighing their options for return or relocation,” Fenters said. At NHP, direct patient care was unaffected by the flooding, according to hospital spokesman Rod Duren.

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Frocking ceremony has NAS Pensacola Sailors wearing new ranks ... In a time-honored tradition, a frocking ceremony held May 30 outside Bldg. 1500 has entitled 20 NASP Sailors to wear collar devices of the next-higher rank. Four first-class, five third-class and 11 second-class Sailors were frocked. (Above) NASP Commanding Officer Capt. Chris Plummer congratulates the group as Command Master Chief Michael Dollen passes out citations. Photo by Mike O’Connor

NORU supply team winners of base ‘biggest recycler’ contest By Joelle O’Daniel-Lopez NavFac SE

Naval Air Station Pensacola Complex’s Recycle Center hosted a successful recyclingdrive and competition May 1017 to determine “who was the biggest base recycler?” in observance of Earth Day. LSC Annette Durham and Ignacio Cruz of NORU (Navy Recruiting Orientation Unit) Supply were the winners, bringing in 2,659 pounds of recycling. A staggering 9,459 pounds was collected by all of the teams competing. This is the first year the installation has had such a competition with volunteers from the Fire and Emergency Services Gulf Coast, Naval Air Technical Training Center (NATTC), NASP Port Operations, Naval Education and Training Professional Development and Technology Center (NETPDTC, N613),

LSC Annette Durham and Ignacio Cruz of NORU Supply stand in front of stacks of cardboard at the Recycling Center at Naval Air Station Pensacola. Durham and Cruz collected 2,659 pounds of recyclables during the contest. Photo by Janet Thomas

NATTC (Ops), NASP IT Department, NETPDTC (N616), NORU Supply, NATTC/ (ATC/MT), and NAS Pensacola Public Works all contributing to the project. A rematch is being considered, since NATTC at the

“Mega Building” was a close second with 2,582 pounds. The competition was part of ongoing efforts to reduce solid waste and increase recycling at NASP. Recycling benefits everyone by creating demand for new industries and jobs,

preserving landfill space, reducing pollution and conserving resources by reducing demand. Recycling and reducing solid waste directly helps our installation save money by reducing fees associated with disposal while returning money to Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) and sustaining the recycling program. Every contribution to recycling program helps the installation work toward meeting Executive Order 13514, which established diversion rates of 50 percent for federal agencies by Fiscal Year 2015. Since NAS Pensacola as the Cradle of Naval Aviation is a starting point for many personnel, it’s hoped that recycling habits here will continue on to other commands further aiding the Navy to meet agency and federal recycling goals. The Recycle Center can be contacted at 452-2028 for further information.

NHPʼs new gate set to open ... The front entrance at Naval Hospital Pensacola is about ready for prime time. NHP’s main entrance at U.S. Highway 98 will tentatively reopen to traffic beginning Monday morning, June 18. The upgrade project, which began May 7, was to more effectively handle the traffic flow and add security measures. Navy medicine mandated the new security measures and those entry-point changes were the first since the opening of the outpatient building in 2001. Since the entry-point closure of the main gate, the parking area in front of the main hospital building for customers has opened and has spaces available most of the business day. The area had been set aside for staff and volunteers; but now is for hospital customers only in the area adjacent to the main hospital building entrance and the outpatient clinic. Photo by Rod Duren

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Escambia County Supervisor of Elections: Make your mailbox your ballot box With a little more than 60 days to go before the August primary election, now is the time for (Escambia County, Fla.) voters to prepare. One way to get ready is to request a mail ballot, which allows voters to avoid the lines on Election Day and vote from the convenience of their home. Escambia County voters will be receiving a post card from Supervisor of

Elections David H. Stafford with instructions on how to request to vote by mail for the August primary and November general elections. Voters have several ways to make their request: 1. Visit EscambiaVotes.com and click “Absentee Voting” in the upper right hand corner. Follow the instructions for completing the online request form.

DoD, Special Olympics to team up: meeting to be held at FFSC June 19 From Paul Maxwell Education Services Facilitator, FFSC

The DoD is embarking on a new adventure with Special Olympics Florida in Escambia County. Fleet and Family Support Center invites you to join in this unique opportunity to share the power of sports with Military Exceptional Family Members (EFM) and their families at NAS Pensacola. The first sport to be offered is golf, with an anticipated season kick-off during the first week of July. Eligible athletes are needed, as well as volunteers to act as coaches, assistant coaches and unified partners. Coaches and unified partners will play golf alongside athletes, teaching and guiding them in their efforts to improve their skills. The training season will consist of oneto two-hour sessions (days and times to be determined by volunteer availability), once a week for 10 weeks, culminating at the State Golf Championship in early September. All EFM personnel in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties are eligible to par-

ticipate. Special Olympics Sports Guidelines will be followed for all training and competition. This sports venture is free of charge for athletes, volunteer coaches and unified partners. All active-duty, reserve, retired personnel and dependents are invited to join in. To learn more about this new program, its benefits to all participants and how you can be involved, attend an informational meeting June 19 at 6 p.m. in the Fleet and Family Support Center, NAS Pensacola Bldg. 625, 151 Ellyson Avenue NAS Pensacola, Florida 32508. POC: Jorge De Montalvo at 452-3618 or jorge.demontalvo@navy. mil. Special Olympics Florida provides yearround sports training and competition to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, at no cost to the athlete or their caregiver, as a means to achieve physical fitness, self-esteem, socialization skills, and the life skills necessary to be a productive, respected and contributing members of their communities.

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attend naval flight officer training through the 1996 Fleet Accession Board and reported to NAS Pensacola for training in 1997. Upon completion of Fleet Replacement training for the EA-6B Prowler, Cauley reported for duty with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron Three (VMAQ-3 Moondogs) at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, where he served from 2000 to 2004. With VMAQ-3, he deployed to Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, and to Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, to participate in combat operations in support of Operation Southern Watch and Operation Northern Watch. He also completed a Western Pacific deploy-

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tion cycles. As Florida does not allow for a permanent absentee voter designation, voters must periodically renew their absentee request, so be sure to verify your absentee ballot status. For further information on absentee ballots, early voting, or precincts and polling locations, call 595-3900, e-mail soe@escambiavotes.com or visit EscambiaVotes.com.

NETC commander addresses graduating Embry-Riddle class ... Rear Adm. Don Quinn, commander, Naval Education and Training Command, addresses an audience of more than 300 graduating students, as well as their family members and faculty from EmbryRiddle Aeronautical University, during a commencement ceremony held recently at the National Naval Aviation Museum onboard NASP. During his address, Quinn urged the graduates to use their education to improve their lives and the nation. “The rate of change in our world today, makes the education you have invested in even more valuable than ever before. Education improves your ability to adapt and think critically, enabiling you to survive and even thrive in uncertain and unknown environments.” Photo by Joy Samsel

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“Naval Hospital Pensacola sustained moderate damage to administrative offices and equipment, supplies and furniture, as a result of this past weekend’s nearly historical rainfall,” Duren said. “Direct patient care areas were not affected whatsoever, and the hospital remains fully staffed and continues to provide excellent patient-care services.” At NHP, the damage was caused by a ruptured four-inch drain pipe on the third floor that was overcome by the rain on June 9. The damaged areas were primarily on the first three floors of the main hospital building’s northside that primarily houses administrative offices, the hospi-

ment to Iwakuni, Japan, in 2003. While assigned to VMAQ-3, Cauley served as the aircraft division officer, S-1 officer, assistant aviation maintenance officer, and S-4 officer. In July 2004, Cauley checked out of VMAQ-3 in order to report to USMC Command and Staff College, Quantico, Va. After graduation from Command and Staff College in 2005, he reported to MAG-14 and deployed with Second MAW in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. While assigned with Second MAW he worked in the tactical air command center, G-3 future operations

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Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla.: A Bicentennial Defense Community Commanding Officer — Capt. Christopher W. Plummer Public Affairs Officer — Harry C. White The Gosport nameplate pays homage to the 100th anniversary of naval aviation in 2011: the Centennial of Naval Aviation, or CONA. The image on the left side of the nameplate depicts Eugene Ely taking off in a Curtiss pusher bi-plane from the USS Pennsylvania Jan. 18, 1911. While Ely had taken off from the USS Birmingham two months earlier after his plane had been loaded on the ship, the USS Pennsylvania event was the first time a plane landed on and then took off from a U.S. warship.

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The image on the right side is the Navy’s most modern fighter aircraft, the F-18 Super Hornet. Established in 1921 as the Air Station News, the name Gosport was adopted in 1936. A gosport was a voice tube used by flight instructors in the early days of naval aviation to give instructions and directions to their students. The name “Gosport” was derived from Gosport, England (originally God’s Port), where the voice tube was invented. Gosport is an authorized newspaper published every Friday by Ballinger Publishing,

tal theater and the central supply room (CSR). The CSR was down from afternoon June 9 but was fully operational by 6 p.m. June 10. All spaces affected are being repaired and monitored by the hospital’s industrial hygiene department. Damages likely will reach into the tens of thousands of dollars, Duren noted. Fenters pointed out that the rainstorm was a reminder of what can happen during tropical storm flooding. Hurricane season began June 1. “This is a critical time of year to be hurricane ready,” Fenters said. “Part of that process is to be knowledgeable on your insurance procedures. A tropical system could produce a similar situation. Many residents are figur-

and developed air plans for numerous operations including the Oct. 15, 2005 Iraqi Constitutional Referendum and the Dec. 15, 2005 Iraqi parliamentary elections. In April 2006, Cauley reported to Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron One (VMAQ-1 Banshees) and held the billets of director of safety and standardization, aviation maintenance officer and executive officer. During his tour with VMAQ-1, Cauley deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Cauley reported to U.S. Marine Forces Command, Norfolk, Va., in July The Rhodes Building, 41 North Jefferson Street, Suite 402, Pensacola, FL 32504, in the interest of military and civilian personnel and their families aboard the Naval Air Station Pensacola, Saufley Field and Corry Station. Editorial and news material is compiled by the Public Affairs Office, 150 Hase Road, Ste.A, NAS Pensacola, FL 32508-1051. All news releases and related materials should be mailed to that address, e-mailed to scott.hallford@navy.mil. National news sources are American Forces Press Service (AFPS), Navy News Service (NNS), Air Force News Service (AFNS), News USA and North American Precis Syndicate (NAPS). Opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of the Department of Defense, United States Navy, officials of the Naval Air Station Pensacola, or Ballinger Publishing. All advertising, including classified ads, is arranged through Ballinger Publishing. Minimum weekly circulation is 25,000. Everything advertised in this publication must be made available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to rank, rate, race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user or patron. A confirmed rejection of this policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal of future advertising from that source.

ing out the hard way that rentals don’t pay for renter’s furniture and goods if there is damage; that’s what renter’s insurance is for. Questions you need to answer are: Do I live in a flood prone area (even though not necessarily close to the coast)? How much is flood insurance for my dwelling? Do I have rental insurance?” FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) provides tips on what to do before, during and after a flood. The tips include how to avoid future floods and how to safely re-enter flooded areas as waters recede. There also is guidance on filing flood insurance claims for those with coverage through the NFIP. Visit www.floodsmart. gov. for more information.

2009. He was the G-3/5/7 air operations lead for the activation of VMFAT501, the Marine Corps first Joint Strike Fighter Training Squadron. He was also assigned as the fixed wing global sourcing officer and to the Electronic Warfare Doctrine Working Group. During his tour at Marine Forces Command, Cauley was selected to command VT-86 and in September 2010, Cauley reported to NAS Pensacola. He served as executive officer of VT-86 from March 2011 to June 2012, prior to taking command of VT86 in June 2012. His personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal (18th Strike/Flight Award), and the Navy Commendation Medal, (two awards).

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June 15, 2012





If you have to move, you might as well enjoy the ride By Janet Thomas Gosport Staff Writer

As the school year ends, some families look forward to having fun on a summer vacation. But for military families, summer means it is time to get moving. The period of May 15 to Aug. 31 is the annual peak move season, according to officials at NAVSUP Global Logistics Support (GLS) Household Goods (HHG) as hundreds of thousands of servicemen and women receive orders to new assignments. As a Navy brat, I have some experience with moving. My family made 18 moves in 28 years. When I get together with my siblings – two sisters and one brother – there is always a competition to see who can remember all of the houses where we lived. We were experts at moving, mainly because my mother was extremely organized. She always had a checklist to follow and everyone had to help. Getting rid of excess items was the first thing on the list. Mom would put everything we owned on our beds and say, “You can take half of what’s there.” I am always jealous of friends who have collections of dolls or other toys from their childhood. I only have one small box of mementos that I managed to keep. But moving was always a great adventure. We always took one last run through the old house before departing and then we raced through the empty halls of the new house when we arrived. The sounds that echo through any empty house still make me smile. Our drives across the country were like extended camping trips involving a variety of station wagons, tents and trail-

This hand-made canoe, which also served as a “planter,” made several moves with the Thomas family before it was donated to a group of Boy Scouts.

ers. We visited many national parks and famous landmarks and got to spend time with family members in many parts of the country. We logged a lot of miles and had to entertain ourselves by reading or with activities such as the “License Plate Game,” a contest to see who could spot the most plates from different states. Songs like “The Ants Go Marching” also were a good distraction. This was before iPads and DVD players came along. My favorite road trip story is from before I was born. My parents had to move from Kodiak, Alaska, to San Diego, Calif., with six-week-old twin babies and an 18-month-old toddler. They drove at night when it was cooler and made beds for the children by installing portable cribs in the back seat of my father’s prized 1951 Hudson Hornet. When the sun came up, they would stop, wash diapers, feed the babies and try to get some sleep before they would have to load

back up for the next leg of the journey. I’m kind of glad I missed that trip. Then there’s the canoe story. My father spent 200 hours building a canoe by hand, but moving recreational equipment was not allowed. So we told the movers that it was a flower pot. There was no problem after that. Our pets did not fare as well. Once, we had a beagle named Princess. A few days before we were scheduled to move, my parents told us that Princess had “run away.” We searched everywhere, but we had to leave without her. Years later, the truth came out. My sister and I overheard my mother telling a group of Navy wives that they gave Princess to a farmer because they thought it would better for everyone involved. My sister and I both chimed in: “You mean Princess didn’t run away?” I also remember Panther, the nervous black cat that clung to the seat behind

my father on a road trip from California to Virginia. Poor Panther really did run away after that trip. Most of my memories related to my family’s military moves are good, but I do have one lingering aftereffect. Every two years or so, I get a feeling that I need to pack up and move somewhere. Let’s hope, the military families that have to move this summer will all have positive experiences. The NavSup Global Logistics Support (GLS) Household Goods (HHG) services has initiated a social media campaign – using YouTube and Facebook – to help families deal with moving, shipping and storing household goods. You can subscribe to the HHG YouTube Channel at http://www. youtube.com/user/NavyHHG and for tips, updates and additional information. Make sure to like the Facebook Fan Page at http://www.facebook.com /pages/NAVY-Household-Goods /294799990565426. The Navy Household Goods webpage also provides customers with information. Go to h t t p s : / / w w w. n a v s u p . n a v y. m i l / navsup/ourteam/navsupgls/prod_serv/h ousehold.

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‘Summer Salute V’ co untry concert


Diamond Rio

Free NAS Pensacola MWR show with special guests Jason Sturgeon, Brooke Woods rocks crowd estimated at 13,000 Photos by Billy Enfinger From NASP MWR

Country super-group Diamond Rio kicked off NAS Pensacola MWR’s “Summer Salute V” concert series June 1 on the Portside lawn at NAS Pensacola. This is the fifth year for the concert series presented by NAS Pensacola Morale, Welfare and Recreation office. Officials with Morale, Welfare and Recreation at NASP said about 13,000 people turned out for the show. Diamond Rio has had 32 hit singles with four number ones including “Meet in the Middle,” “Beautiful Mess” and “One More Day.” Opening for Diamond Rio was Jason Sturgeon and Brooke Woods. Sturgeon has made waves with the singles “Simple Life” and “The Cover” from his debut album “Real Life,” but his biggest splash has been the country metal tune “Time Bomb,” which was picked to be the theme song for 2012 Monster Truck Nationals Competition. Sponsors for the event included Cat Country 98.7, Pensacola’s KIA Autosport, Pen Air Federal Credit Union, Lewis Bear/Bud Light, Mediacom, NewsRadio1620, Northwest Florida Blood Services, International Paper, Domino,s Pizza, Wing Zone, BMW and Harley Davidson Motorcycles of Pensacola, Plexus Slim, Buffalo Rock Pepsi, Mobile Attic and Hertz Equipment.

Dana Williams on bass and baritone vocals.

(Left-right) Diamond Rio’s Marty Roe (vocals and guitar) and lead guitarist Jimmy Olander take the stage.

Special guest Jason Sturgeon sings “Simple Life.”

Concertgoers on the lawn outside NAS Pensacola’s Portside complex settle in for the show.

Diamond Rio drummer Brian Prout plays during the show.

Fans of Diamond Rio get into one of the band’s hits.



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International students learn advanced human resource skills Story, photo by Steve Vanderwerff NETC PAO

A class including one civilian and military members from Turkey, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia and Latvia graduated from the international Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPTE) course May 31. The five-week course taught at Naval Education and Training Command Security Assistance Field Activity (NETSAFA) International Training Center (NITC) aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola is offered to international partners interested in how the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps manage their complex system of MPTE. The course, in its 10th year, has had 88 students from 23 countries graduate. “The course is offered to officer or senior enlisted and civilian personnel assigned to positions of responsibility in their respective nation MPTE domain,” said Cmdr. Chris Heaney, NITC’s officer in charge. “It’s designed to equip them with the knowledge, skills, and abilities they’ll need to develop, implement, execute and manage innovative solutions for the future.” Experts in military and civilian corporate fields were handpicked to teach the students via lectures, discussions, guest speakers, student presentations and small-group exercises.

Guy Abbate, a civilian instructor at Naval Education and Training Command Security Assistance Field Activity (NETSAFA) International Training Center (NITC), discusses Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPTE) course highlights with international students from Turkey, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia and Latvia.

Field trips were carefully selected to provide a maximum learning experience, as well as expose students to U.S. cultural, governmental and historical venues. Student presentations provided opportunities to discuss best practices from their respective organizations, while group exercises allowed them to apply theory and develop problem-solving skills in an interoperative environment that included a final three-day “capstone” exercise. The curriculum included manpower systems and processes, training pipelines, officer and enlisted detailing, force shaping, recruiting, corporate human

resource practices, pay and compensation systems, integrated learning environments, resource allocation, advancement and career paths, supply chain management, measures of success, training for specific deployments, legal concerns for MPTE, personal and professional development, professional military education, MPTE in the acquisition process, selection and promotion and inter-deployment training cycles. “The number one challenge facing a military force in today’s constrained fiscal climate is preserving and enhancing the capability of its most critical asset, its people. To ensure our forces

meet future demands, we must manage our people through agile and flexible human resource programs, services, and solutions,” said Heaney. “This requires innovative approaches to identify the competencies possessed by our people, align those capabilities to the mission, and shape our talent with the right mix of skills, experience, and seniority to deliver required competence at the best value.” The completely revised course provided students with a comprehensive introduction to strategic and operational techniques for the development, management, and improvement of human capital strategies, poli-

cies, and programs in an integrated environment. “The students learned to address the latest challenges through an academically advanced professional military education level course covering complex and interrelated areas of knowledge and practice within the field,” said AMCS John Harris, NITC’s senior enlisted adviser. “However, it wasn’t all classroom driven. The students (also) gained a vast amount of knowledge and information during field trips away from Pensacola.” For armed forces of Ukraine’s Lt. Col. Viktor Drzhuk, the course equipped him with the tools necessary to advance his career and benefit his country. “The course was very helpful for my personal and professional development. There was so much information to attain that I would have liked another week. Armed with the information I’ll bring back to my country, it will help further develop our own programs,” said Drzhuk. “Much of our MPTE systems are different, but the course gave me the opportunity to learn U.S. models and the other countries systems as well. I enjoyed working together with my classmates to solve classroom problems; globalization has given us that opportunity. Someday we could possibly work together.” For more information about NETSAFA, visit https://www. netsafa.navy.mil/.

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Firehouse dedicates new extension for ladder truck From NASWF PAO

With a quick twist and uncoupling of a fire hose, Capt. Matthew Coughlin and Fire Chief Frank Barrow dedicated the new extension for the Navy Fire and Emergency Services Gulf Coast firehouse recently. The short observance also included a “Push In” ceremony for the ladder truck purchased last year for the department. “We were operating on a 17year-old truck and its life span was ending. We received the new truck last year in the hope of getting this extension,” said Assistant Fire Chief Steve Volturo. “Now, we can finally push in and house our new truck and better serve Naval Air Station Whiting Field and the surrounding communities.” The previous truck had been in use since 1994 and responded to thousands of emergency calls. The ladder truck had served a valuable purpose for the unit, but couldn’t compare

with the capabilities of more modern equipment that was available. The new apparatus provides an additional 25 feet of vertical length to reach the uppermost floors of any building at NAS Whiting Field. It also has an increased load rating for emergency rescues and can pump 770 gallons per minute more than the old Pierce Arrow vehicle. The enhanced capacities of the truck will enable a greater range of emergency response and improved fire fighting capabilities. However, with the greater length, the truck didn’t fit in any of the existing truck bays within the firehouse. The contract to build the extension was awarded shortly before the fire department was able to take delivery of the apparatus. The contract called for a portion of an existing truck bay to be extended by roughly 27 feet. Cost of the construction was approximately $160,000. Before opening the bay for

Naval Air Station Whiting Field Commanding Officer Capt. Matthew Coughlin leads the push to back the ladder truck into the newly extended bay for the apparatus. The “Push In” ceremony relates back to the early history of fire engines when the machines were drawn by horses and after the horses were unhitched, the firefighters had to push the cart back into the bay. Photo by Jay Cope.

the first time, Coughlin addressed the audience and thanked the participants for their hard work and dedication to the project.

“There is obviously a lot of teamwork involved whenever an event like this comes together,” Coughlin stated. “It is awesome to see it in action. I appre-

ciate everyone’s efforts in making today happen.” The event served as both a grand opening for the new bay, and as a chance to finally execute an old tradition with the receipt of a new truck. The “Push In” tradition dates back to the days of horse drawn fire fighting vehicles. Representing the seamless transition of readiness from one vehicle to the next, the tradition calls for the transfer of water from the old vehicle to the newer one, a wash-down of the wheels which would have prevented the old wooden wheels from cracking and pushing the vehicle into its bay. Much of the tradition had previously been executed, but the “Push In” couldn’t be completed until the bay was ready. So just like the old horse-drawn firefighting vehicles would have been pushed into the station once the horses were unhitched; all attending guests joined the fire fighters in pushing the truck into its new home.

Whiting Sailors wear new ranks after frocking ceremony From NASWF PAO

Naval Air Station (NAS) Whiting Field recognized the accomplishments of soon-to-beadvanced Sailors during a frocking ceremony held recently. Seventeen Sailors were all smiles as they were able to wear the new collar devices for the first time. The frocking ceremony is a Navy tradition that provides the selected Sailors an opportunity to wear the uniform and take on the responsibilities of their new rank before they are formally advanced. Second class petty officers were frocked to first class, third class petty officers will be frocked to second class and airmen will be frocked to third class. Each Sailor received a frocking letter from Capt. Matthew Coughlin, NAS Whiting Field commanding officer, which reads in part, “Your appointment carries with it the obligation that you exercise increased authority

and willingly accept greater responsibility. Occupying now a position of greater authority, you must strive with a renewed dedication toward the valued ideal of service with honor.” Sailors from NAS Whiting Field selected for advancement including: ACAN James Scott, ACAN Austin Suppes, ACAN Erin Muir, ACAN Keesha Hunt, ACAN Vernon Dantzler, MASN Ian Wieserman, AT3 James Blake, AT3 Gabriel Poncevega, AT3 Kyle Richardson, AB3 Adam Oliver, AB3 Christopher Lipscomb, AB3 John Greenwood, AB3 Robert Parker, AB3 Jeffery Pierson, AB3 Christopher Bullock, AT2 Steve Gonzalez, RP2 Yolanda Jordan and AB2 Oscar Ruelas. “This day marks a lot of hard work and dedication, and I want to congratulate you all,” Coughlin stated. “This is always one of my favorite days, and the recognition is well deserved,” he said. “Great job.”

ACAN Erin Muir receives her frocking letter from NASWF Commanding Officer Capt. Matthew Coughlin during the frocking ceremony at Naval Air Station Whiting Field recently. The ceremony marks the selection of the Sailors for advancement and is the first time they are permitted to wear the insignia of their new rank. Photo by Jay Cope

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June 15, 2012





Florida-Japan Summit taking place

The ninth annual Florida-Japan Summit is scheduled for today, June 15, at the Hilton Pensacola Beach Gulf Front Hotel, 12 Via de Luna Drive, Pensacola Beach. The half-day program will feature keynote remarks by the Honorable Eiichi Kawahara, the consul general of Japan in Miami, along with remarks by University of West Florida President Dr. Judith Bense and National Association of JapanAmerica Societies (NAJAS) President Peter Kelley. Admission to the summit is complimentary, but registration is required. Special room rates are available at the hotel for summit participants. For more information, contact: UWF Japan Center at 474-3363 or e-mail japan@uwf.edu.

Flag retirement ceremony planned

The Independence Division of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps (USNSCC) will conduct a flag retirement ceremony at 10 a.m. tomorrow, June 16, at Wall South at Veterans Memorial Park on Bayfront Parkway. NAS Pensacola Command Master Chief (SW/AW) Michael Dollen will be the guest speaker. The collection of flags to be retired began during May’s military appreciation Gallery Night. Several local businesses collected flags including Beggs & Lane, PenAir, Zaxby’s, Seville Quarter and Five Star Academy. The final flags were collected at the Blue Wahoos game June 14, which was Flag Day. The Independence Division also provided color guard at the opening of the game. Donations for the Sea Cadets go toward the purchase of a unit guidon and color guard uniform requirements. The unit also is in the process of switching all cadets into the Navy working uniform from their current uniforms, which are no longer worn by the U.S. Navy. USNSCC and Navy League Cadet Corps are youth organizations for boys and girls ages 10 to 17. The Independence Division drills out of NAS Pensacola. There is no requirement for military commitment. For more information, contact Jennifer O’Brien at 473-8119 or go to www.seacadets.org.

Juneteenth festival being held at park

The SANKOFA Juneteenth Heritage Festival is scheduled for noon to 5 p.m. tomorrow, June 16, at the Vince J. Whibbs Sr. Community Maritime Park, 449 West Main St. The “Re-Gathering of a Nation” event will feature the Israelite Heritage Organization Singers, Belmont Youth Band, Ayinde Hurrey & Bafoulabe, the African Dance Company and Austin Paul Jr. There will be food vendors, arts and crafts, face painting and a children’s area. Admission is free. For more information, call 316-0376 or e-mail talindas1@aol.com.

Pensacola Sound plans ‘Diva Day’

Pensacola Sound is looking for high school age girls to participate in a “Diva Day” of learning barbershop music with a performance on the same night. The rehearsal will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow, June 16, at Heights Baptist Church with an evening performance at the Theodore B.D. Bennett Auditorium at Washington High School. Lunch will be provided. Music and learning CDs will also be provided. To register, e-mail ywih@pensacolasound chorus.com.

Golf tournament benefits school

The 23nd Annual Bonnie and Cliff Jernigan Memorial Golf Tournament has been rescheduled for June 23 at Tiger Point Golf Club. Proceeds support Escambia Christian School. Cost is $65 per player (includes green fees, cart, range balls). There will be $10,000 cash and other major prizes. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. with tee time at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start. For reservations, call 449-3034.

‘The Dixie Swim Club’ returns

The Pensacola Little Theatre, Curtain Call Production and the Oar House are presenting “The Dixie Swim Club.” With sold-out performances last summer, the comedy directed by Jerry Ahillen, is about five Southern women whose friendships began on their college swim team. Every August, they set aside a long weekend to recharge those relationships. “The Dixie Swim Club” focuses on four of those weekends and spans a period of 33 years. Portraying these five women are Jill Walters, Sheryl Vandenberg, Valerie Russenberger, Candi Bramlett and Carol Kahn Parker. Performances are 7:30 p.m. today, June 15, and tomorrow, June 16, and 2:30 p.m. June 17 at Pensacola Little Theatre, 400 South Jefferson St. Tickets are $17 for café seating and $10 for general admission. Tickets are available at the Little Theatre box office from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. today or by phone at 432-2042. For information, visit www.PensacolaLittle Theatre.com or call 434-0257.

Jazz Gumbo salutes Count Basie

The Jazz Society will presents Jazz Gumbo at 6:30 p.m. June 18 at Phineas Phoggs in Seville

Submission guide You can submit information for possible publication in Partyline by sending an e-mail to Janet.Thomas.ctr@navy.mil. Submissions must include the organization’s name and details about events including times, dates, locations and any costs involved. Contact information also is required. All submissions are subject to editing to comply with established standards. Items should be submitted at least one week in advance. The deadline is noon Friday for the next week’s publication. Quarter, 130 E. Government St. The evening will feature a Count Basie Tribute, with a band led by Joe Occhipinti performing charts from the Count Basie book. For information, go to www.jazzpensacola.com, call 433-8382 or email info@jazzpensacola.com.

Budget for Baby classes available

The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) will be offering day and evening Budget for Baby classes in June. The day class will be June 14 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the evening class will be June 28 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Both classes will be in the NMCRS facility, Bldg. 191, 91 Radford Blvd., aboard NAS Pensacola. For more information, call 452-2300.

Relief society has position openings

The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) has openings for client service assistants (CSAs) and financial caseworkers at its office on NAS Pensacola. Volunteers for these positions should be computer literate. NMCRS also has openings for cashiers and other retail store positions at its thrift shop on Corry Station. NMCRS will provide training, mileage reimbursement and child care for volunteers. For more information, call 452-2300.

Feds Feed Families drive in progress

The NAS Pensacola Chaplain’s Office has kicked off the annual DoD Feds Feed Families campaign onboard NAS Pensacola, NASP Corry Station and NASP Saufley Field. Hunger remains a problem particularly in the summer months, when there are shortages at food banks and an increased need among children who are not benefitting from school lunch programs. The campaign officially began June 1 and ends Aug. 31. Main drop off locations for non-perishable food items are at the NAS Pensacola Quarterdeck, Bldg. 1500; Naval Aviation Memorial Chapel, Bldg. 1982; J.B. McKamey Center, Bldg. 634; Corry Station Chapel; and the Commissary at Corry Station. The tentative collection dates are June 27, July 25 and Aug. 29. If your command does not have a food collection box, call 452-2341, ext. 3115. To learn more about the campaign, visit www.fedsfeedfamilies.org.

Exchange students need host families

Ayusa, a non-profit organization that promotes global learning and leadership through foreign exchange, is looking for families in the Pensacola area interested in sharing their homes with international high school students for the 2012-2013 school year. Ayusa foreign exchange students come from more than 60 countries, are fully insured, bring their own spending money and are proficient in English. “Pensacola families have been hosting Ayusa exchange students for the last eight years, and the experience has been transformative for the students, who blossom in the local community through support from the families and schools,” said Stephanie Burleson, regional director for Ayusa, and the local contact for Pensacola. Host families provide three meals a day and a bedroom (either private or shared). Each student is supported by a professionally trained community representative from Ayusa. All host families must pass a criminal background check and a home visit by an Ayusa representative. For more information, visit www.ayusa.org or call Burleson at 287-4500.

Performance features ‘Titanic’ songs

The Pensacola Little Theatre and Coastal Cabaret Ensemble are presenting “Titanic, The Musical In Concert.” Singers from the Coastal Cabaret Ensemble will will showcase songs from the award-winning Broadway show, “Titanic, A New Musical.” Performances are 7:30 p.m. June 29 and 30 and 2:30 p.m. July 1 at Pensacola Little Theatre, 400 South Jefferson St. Tickets are $30, $24, $20 and $14. Tickets are available at the Little Theatre box office from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or by phone at 432-2042. For information, visit www.PensacolaLittle Theatre.com or call 434-0257.

Nursing scholarships honor volunteer

Emerald Coast Hospice has created two nursing scholarships in the name of hospice volunteer Stan Coston, who has logged 15 year service to the community. “Stan exemplifies what Emerald Coast Hospice is widely known for – compassion, clinical excellence and uncompromising service,” said Branch Director Cathy LaPaugh. “He understands what people are going through in this special time of need and is able to provide companionship and caring that helps make every precious moment more meaningful for the patient and family. It is only appropriate that we have named these scholarships in his name.” With its unique team approach, hospice care can comfort both the patient and the family. Services include home medical equipment and related medications, pain and symptom management, emotional and spiritual support, and a comprehensive bereavement program. Most services are covered by Medicare, Medicaid and many private health insurance companies. Emerald Coast Hospice staff can assist patients, families and physicians in determining eligibility and researching available resources. For more information, call 438-2201.

Program to focus on rape prevention

The Community Drug and Alcohol Council Inc. (CDAC) is presenting a rape and sexual violence prevention program from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. June 22 at The Center, 3804 N. Ninth Ave. in Pensacola. Participants will learn about the intricacies of sexual violence including how to conceptualize true prevention and how to differentiate prevention from risk reduction. The program will be an interactive presentation that will encourage open discussion. The cost is $30 in advance or $35 at the door. The course includes three continuing education units. CDAC is a continuing education provider for the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, Alabama State Board of Social Work Examiners and the Florida Certification Board. For details, contact Linda York at 434-2724 or email lyork@cdac.info.

Enroll now for STARBASE-Atlantis

STARBASE-Atlantis aboard NAS Pensacola is accepting open enrollment applications for the summer program. Level I applicants must have been enrolled in the fourth-grade or the fifth-grade during the 2011-2012 school year. For more information or to request an application, e-mail STARBASEAtlantis@mchsi.com or call 452-8287.

Program offers training for veterans

The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) and the Department of Labor (DoL) are working together to roll out the new Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP) July 1. The VRAP offers 12 months of training assistance to veterans who: • Are between he ages of 35 and 60. • Are unemployed. • Received an other than dishonorable discharge. • Are not eligible for any other VA education benefit program. Participants will receive a monthly payment equal to the full-time payment rate under the Montgomery GI Bill-Active Duty program (currently $1,473 per month). Participants must be enrolled in a VA approved program of education offered by a community college or technical school. For more information, visit http://benefits. va.gov/vow/education.htm.

Advisory team helps hospital staff

As a member of the Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) you could play an active role in shaping the services at the Naval Hospital Pensacola (NHP). The PFAC works with the hospital’s staff to provide valuable feedback and personal insights on the patient care experience. The council’s role is to promote and support family centered values. The PFAC meets the fourth Thursday of each month, from noon to 1 p.m. at either the NHP or NAS Pensacola Branch Clinic. To apply, e-mail the hospital at: pcolapfac@med.navy.mil or call 452-5250.

Artists focus on summer at gallery

A new featured artists show, “Summerfest,” runs through July 21 at the Blue Morning Gallery, 21 Palafox Place. A reception is scheduled from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. June 22 for the show. The show features works by Valerie Aune, oil; Joy Emmanuel, mixed media; Mark Schmitt, tile art; and James Sweida, photography. The gallery also is featuring a “Blue Dot Sale” through June 23. Participating member artists are offering a discount from the original price of their art. For more information, call 429-9100.

USO looking for volunteers

The USO onboard NAS Pensacola is looking for volunteers to help staff the facility, especially during nights and weekends. The NASP USO facility serves more than 250 military personnel per day and is staffed by 99 percent volunteers. Anyone who is interested should visit www.usovolunteer.org.



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“Thanks to you, Dad.” From U.S. Census Bureau


he idea of Father’s Day was conceived slightly more than a century ago by Sonora Dodd of Spokane, Wash., while she listened to a Mother’s Day sermon in 1909. Dodd wanted a special day to honor her father, William Smart, a widowed Civil War veteran who was left to raise his six children on a farm. How many fathers? • 70.1 million: Estimated number of fathers across the nation. • 24.7 million: Number of fathers who were part of married-couple families with children younger than 18 in 2011. Of these, 21 percent were raising three or more children younger than 18 (among married-couple family households only). About 3 percent lived in someone else’s home. • 1.7 million: Number of single fathers in 2011; 15 percent of single parents were men; 10 percent were raising three or more children younger than 18. About 45 percent were divorced, 31 percent were never married, 19 percent were separated and 5 percent were widowed. A total of 38 percent had an annual family income of $50,000 or more. Thinking of you, Dad • 7,708: The number of men’s clothing stores around the country (as of 2009) – a good place to buy dad a tie or shirt. • 15,734: The number of hardware stores (as of 2009) – a place to buy hammers, wrenches, screwdrivers and other items high on the list of Father’s Day gifts. Additionally, there were 6,897 home centers across the country in 2009. • 21,628: Number of sporting goods stores in 2009. These stores are good places to purchase traditional

gifts for dad, such as fishing rods and golf clubs. • 79.1 million: The number of Americans who participated in a barbecue in 2010. It’s probably safe to assume many of these barbecues took place on Father’s Day. Stay-at-home dads • 176,000: Estimated number of stay-at-home dads in

their mother’s working hours. Child-support payments • $1.9 billion: Amount of child support received by custodial fathers in 2009; they were due $3.5 billion. In contrast, custodial mothers received $19.5 billion of the $31.7 billion in support that was due. • 34 percent: Percentage of custodial fathers who

“My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.” – Clarence B. Kelland 2011. These married fathers with children younger than 15 have remained out of the labor force for at least one year primarily so they can care for the family while their wives work outside the home. These fathers cared for upward of 332,000 children. • 17 percent: In spring 2010, the percentage of preschoolers regularly cared for by their father during

received all child support that was due in 2009, not significantly different from the corresponding percentage for custodial mothers, 42 percent. • 70 percent: Percentage of custodial fathers receiving noncash support, such as gifts or coverage of expenses, on behalf of their children. The corresponding proportion for mothers was 58 percent.

Some Father’s Day inspiration and perspective “It doesn’t matter who my father was; it matters who I remember he was.” – Anne Sexton. “When a father gives to his son, both laugh; when a son gives to his father, both cry.” – Jewish proverb. “One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.” – George Herbert. “It is much easier to become a father than to be one.” – Kent Nerburn.

“Any man can be a father but it takes someone special to be a dad.” – Anne Geddes. “When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in seven years.” – Mark Twain. “A father is a banker provided by nature.” – French proverb.

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“If the new American father feels bewildered and even defeated, let him take comfort from the fact that whatever he does in any fathering situation he has a 50 percent chance of being right.” – Bill Cosby.

“My father taught me to work; he did not teach me to love it.”– Abraham Lincoln. “A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty.” – Unknown.

“A man never stands as tall as when he kneels to help a child.” – Knights of Pythagoras. “Children have more need of models than critics.” – Joseph Joubert.

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Jokes & Groaners Father’s Day zingers Father: “I hear you skipped school to play football.” Son: “No, I didn’t – and I have the fish to prove it.” Dad figured out why people call our language the “Mother Tongue.” Fathers never get a chance to use much of it. “Father’s Day always worries me,” one dad said to another. “I’m afraid I’ll get a gift I can’t afford.” The other replied, “You’re lucky. I always get aftershave. Last year I got raspberry. My daughter made it – out of corn oil and Kool Aid.” Father’s Day was near when I brought my three-yearold son, Tyler, to the card store. Inside, I showed him the cards for dads and told him to pick one. When I looked back, Tyler was picking up one card after another, opening them up and quickly shoving them back into slots, every which way. “Tyler, haven’t you found a nice card for Daddy yet?” “No,” he replied. “I’m looking for one with money in it.”






Naval Hospital Pensacola, March 16-April 18, 2012 Kainsley Grace Clonan, was born to ABH2 Justin and Sara Clonan, March 16. Serenity Isabella Wiland, was born to ITSC Jason and Amy Wiland, March 19. Seren Elizabeth Langston, was born to ATAN Donald Langston Jr. and ATAN Dakota Doyle, March 19. Alexandra Ortega Robinson, was born to Maj. Shawn and Christie Robinson, March 20. Lyric Gabriella Feinour, was born to Shayna Feinour Phillips, March 22. Leah Eleanor Neff, was born to MK1 Matthew and Alicia Neff, March 23. Taylor Linn Halverstadt, was born to 2nd Lt. Chad and Cara Halverstadt, March 23. Avery Nicole Moore, was born to Lt. Kyle and Lt. Laurie Moore, March 25. Theo Johannes Frommer, was born to 1st Lt. Felix and Carolyn Frommer, March 26. Jaslynn Teree Colon, was born to Kalin Colin and Vanessa Smith, March 26. Nicholas Kale Davis, was born to Sgt. Steven and Leah Davis, March 28. Colt Austin Marroquin, was born to Lt. Yngwie and Inna Marroquin, March 29. Kairo Prince Stevens, was born to Pfc. Steven Stevens III and Monique Jones-Stevens, March 29. Klayton Patrick Weekley, was born to CTT3 Devon and Jewel Weekley, March 29. Abigail Lyn Schweitzer, was born to LS2 Andrew and Erin Schweitzer, March 29. Addison Marie Owens, was born to AW02 Kyle and Rachel Owens, March 29. Bailey Jane Brackett, was born to AEC Jeffrey and Chelsea Brackett, April 3. Olivia Rose Bothel, was born to Ens. Shane and Jennifer Bothel, April 5. Abraham Robert St. Cyr, was born to 1st Lt. Devon and Rebecca St. Cyr, April 8.

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Clark, Warnock earn Navy awards at NHP By Rod Duren NHP PAO

Naval Hospital Pensacola (NHP) held a recent awards ceremony to congratulate staff members on their superb contributions, including a pair of Navy Commendation Medals. Lt. Cmdr. Edmund Clark, staff psychiatrist of the behavioral health department, and Lt. Alicia Warnock, assistant director of internal medicine, were each awarded a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal. Clark, as department head, revitalized the role of the Healthcare Ethics Committee for informed consent and advanced directives standards, resulting in a successful 2011 survey by the Joint Commission accrediting agency. His outstanding leadership ability resulted in improved access to care by expanding services to Naval Air Station Pensacola and family medicine clinics. Warnock was awarded the medal for her meritorious service in leading 64 internal medicine team members that serve 5,600 patients and who champion marketing education tools promoting Medical Home Port. Her efforts culminated in recognition

Lt. Alicia Warnock

with achievement of the highest level of certification through the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA). In other awards presented, HM2(SW) Lon Chaney was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his superior performance of duties as leading petty officer of the inpatient pharmacy. Chaney’s expert supervision of 19 technicians resulted in the preparation of 73,995 IV medications and the input

of 514,825 medication orders with a less than 1 percent error rate. HM2 (FMF) Matthew Kologi was awarded the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal for his dedication and selfless contribution of leadership, time and labor in volunteered service with Operation Home Front, Florida Backpack Brigades, tornado relief and toy drives. Also, civilian Debra Shell was selected as the 2012 second quarter “Patient Safety Award” winner, and presented a letter of appreciation from former commanding officer, Capt. Jennifer Vedral-Baron. She provided “exceptional performance of duty, by coordinating efforts to ensure timely and safe delivery of care when our patients are most vulnera-

Military appreciation breakfast ... Edna Moore, a personnel specialist in Naval Education and Training Command’s (NETC) Civilian Programs Department, helps NETC’s Force Master Chief (AW/SW) April Beldo make a selection during the command’s Military Appreciation breakfast. The annual event hosted by the Civilian Programs staff is their salute to the military staffers at the training headquarters. Photo by Joy Samsel

HN2(SW) Lon Chaney

ble,” Capt. Vedral-Baron said. Lt. Michael Howard was also presented with a letter of appreciation for his efforts while assigned to the hospital’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) response team during semi-annual Medical First Receiver Operations Training. The team’s efforts resulted in the recognition as one of the top 10 Navy-wide response teams.



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Fast facts about summer activities for high school students From Carissa Bergosh NASP School Liason Officer

With school over for the 20112012 school year, it is important for high school students to be aware of some important tasks they must complete during the summer months. Even graduating seniors have several tasks they must complete before starting college in the fall. Check out these important reminders ... Graduating seniors: • Make sure you have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application and received a response from colleges. Bright Futures (BF) funds will not be released in the fall without this.

This is a new BF eligibility rule. Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov to apply. • Amend your Bright Futures application at www.floridastudent financialaid.org to indicate the college you actually plan to attend. • If you plan to play sports in college, make sure your high school sends to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) clearinghouse this summer your final transcript, which confirms your high school graduation. Rising ninth-12th-grade students: • Research colleges during the summer. Which one offers a degree program you are interested in? What are the application

deadlines? What does the college’s freshman profile look like (GPA, test scores)? At www.ACT.org check out their college planning checklist for freshman, sophomore, junior and senior years. Other great college planning resources include www.facts.org, www.campustours.com, and www.collegeboard.com . • Still need higher ACT or SAT scores for college admissions, graduation, post-secondary readiness or Bright Futures? Try these free websites for test prep: w w w. m a j o r t e s t s . c o m , www.SoarAtHome.org and www.March2Success.com • Research Bright Futures eligibility requirements at

Support Our Troops Too much stuff? Here’s the best and cheapest way to clear out the garage. List your stuff in a Gosport Classified. Rates are $9 for the first ten words and fifty cents for each additional word. Over 25,000 people see the Gosport every week. Go online to www.gosportpensacola.com or call 433-1166 ext. 24 to place your ad today.

http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/ssfad/bf/ • Start doing community service work. Bright Futures now requires community service for all three levels of their scholarships. Students promoted to ninth grade can start earning community service hours. Check out the district guidelines online at http://www.duvalschools.org/static/aboutdcps/departments/acadprog/guidance_services/downloads/Community%20Service%2 012-11.pdf. The verification form for completed hours is available at http://www.duvalschools.org/static/aboutdcps/departments/acadprog/guidance_services/downloads/serviceverif.pdf. • Need ideas for community

service? Try HandsOn Jacksonville at www.handson jacksonville.org • Create a portfolio of all the different activities you have participated in, including clubs, sports, community service and work activities. Also include schools attended, courses taken, grades received. For mobile military students check out DODEA’s site at http://www. dodea. edu/ students/ dodea.cfm? cType= hsi&cId=portfolio. If you have questions about this article or concerns about an educational issue impacting your child, e-mail NASP School Liason Officer Carissa Bergosh at carissa.bergosh@navy.mil or call her at 293-0322.

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WORSHIP NAS Pensacola Protestant Sunday • 8 a.m., communion service** • 10:15 a.m., worship service* • 6 p.m., contemporary service** Tuesday • 9 a.m., women’s Bible study*** Wednesday • 5:30 p.m., fellowship dinner • 6 p.m., Bible study*** Roman Catholic Saturday • 3:45 p.m., Sacrament of Penance**** • 4:30 p.m., Mass* Sunday • 8:30 a.m., Mass* Monday and Thursday • Noon, Mass**** Corry Station Protestant Sunday • 9 a.m., adult Bible study (chapel conference room) • 9 a.m., chapel choir (sanctuary) • 10 a.m., worship service • 11:30 a.m., fellowship • 7:30 p.m., praise and worship Thursday • 5:30 p.m., Bible study and dinner (fellowship hall) Roman Catholic Sunday • Noon, Mass Tuesday • 11 a.m., Mass (small chapel) Latter Day Saints Sunday • 10:30 a.m.** Whiting Field Chapel Roman Catholic Friday • 11-11:30 a.m., Mass Protestant Tuesday • 11:30 a.m., Bible study Thursday • 11:30 a.m., weekly chapel service *Naval Aviation Memorial Chapel **All Faiths Chapel ***J.B. McKamey Center ****Lady of Loreto Chapel

Dancing for a cause TV, local stars take turns on stage to help Covenant Hospice From Covenant Hospice

Local celebrities and cast members of ABC’s hit series “Dancing with the Stars” will be on stage at 7 p.m. today, June 15, at the Pensacola Saenger Theatre. This marks the fourth year for “Life’s A Dance,” a benefit for Covenant Hospice. The show is being presented by Victor Luna and Dawn Westberry, owners of Pensacola’s Fred Astaire Dance Studio. WEAR TV-3 anchor Sue Straughn will be the emcee. Featuring a variety of dances from the tango to the two-step, the show will include performances by TV stars Tony Dovolani, Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Tristan MacManus, Karina Smirnoff, Kym Johnson and Peta Murgatroyd. Fred Astaire studio instructors will partner with local celebrities. Studio instructors will partner with local celebrities including: • Josh Sitton, a Catholic High School graduate who is an offensive guard with the Green Bay Packers. Sitton helped lead the Packers to the 2010 Super Bowl Championship. He returns to Pensacola often to give back in many ways. • Chad Stacy, a financial adviser with Rodney Rich & Company who specializes in retirement planning

and trust management. • Christian Garman, the morning meteorologist on WEAR TV-3. • Dr. Donald Dewey, an orthopedic surgeon at Medical Center Clinic. • Dr. Elise Gordon, a primary care sports medicine physician at Andrews Institute. • Jackie Linn, an on-air personality and promotions director for Soft Rock 94.1FM. • Jay Bradshaw, the owner of Coastal Moving & Storage and a local philanthropist. • Mary Riesberg, a certified Christian life coach and founding partner with John C. Maxwell Coach, Speaker and Trainer Certification Program. Riesberg also has more than 22 years experience as a speech-language pathologist specializing in voice disorders. Following the show, VIP ticket holders will get to eat, drink and mingle with the stars at an exclusive casting party in the ballroom and mezzanine at the historic theater. A highlight of the after party will be a drawing for some specially donated items: A signed football and Green Bay Packers hat from Sitton and Armenta Jewelry from Bere’ Jewelers. For details, go to https://donate. covenanthospice.org/LAD drawing or call 438-9714.

Josh Sitton, offensive guard with the Green Bay Packers, and Dawn Westberry rehearse for the “Life’s A Dance” show that will on stage today, June 15, at the Pensacola Saenger Theatre. Photo by Victor Luna

ʻLifeʼs A Danceʼ WHEN: 7 p.m. today, June 15. WHERE: Pensacola Saenger Theatre, 118 South Palafox Place. COST: $35, $50 and $75, plus service charge. All seats are reserved and tickets priced according to location. A limited number of $150 VIP tickets include admission to the party after the show. Tickets available through Ticketmaster or the Saenger Box Office. DETAILS: www.covenanthospice.org; 595-3880 or 1(800) 541-3072.

MOVIES “Pirates Band of Misfits,” PG, 4:45 p.m.; “Marvel’s The Avengers,” PG-13, (3D) 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m; “Dark Shadows,” PG-13, 6:45 p.m., 9:15 p.m.


“The Three Stooges,” PG, noon; “Pirates Band of Misfits,” PG, 12:30 p.m.; “Think Like a Man,” PG-13, 2 p.m.; “Marvel’s The Avengers,” PG-13, (3D) 2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m; “Dark Shadows,” PG13, 4:30 p.m.; “The Lucky One,” PG-13, 7 p.m.; “Marvel’s The Avengers,” PG-13, (2D) 8:30 p.m.; “The Raven,” R, 9 p.m.


“Pirates Band of Misfits,” PG, noon; “Marvel’s The Avengers,” PG-13, (2D) 12:30 p.m.; “Dark Shadows,” PG-13, 2 p.m.; “Marvel’s The Avengers,” PG-13, (3D) 3:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m.; “The Raven,” R, 4:30 p.m.; “The Five Year Engagement, R, 7 p.m.




“The Raven,” R, 5 p.m.; “Marvel’s The Avengers,” PG-13, (3D) 6 p.m.; “Dark Shadows,” PG-13, 7:15 p.m.

WEDNESDAY “The Three Stooges,” PG, noon (free); “Pirates Band of Misfits,” PG, 12:30 p.m., 3 p.m. (free), “The Lucky One,” PG-13, 2:30 p.m. (free); “Think Like a Man,” PG-13, 5 p.m.; “Marvel’s The Avengers,” PG-13, (2D) 6 p.m.; “The Five Year Engagement, R, 7:30 p.m.

“Dark Shadows,” PG-13, 5 p.m.; “Marvel’s The Avengers,” PG-13, (3D) 6 p.m.; “The Raven,” R, 7:15 p.m.

COST Regular: $3 adults, $1.50 children ages 6-11, free for 5 and younger 3D shows: $5 adults, $3 children ages 6-11, free for 5 and younger

Liberty activities Liberty Program events target young, unaccompanied active-duty military. Events are at the main Liberty Center in the Portside Entertainment Complex at NASP unless specifically stated to be at Corry Station. Off-base trips leave from the NASP Liberty Center, but you must sign up in advance. For more information, call 452-2372 or visit www.naspensacolamwr.com/sing sail/liberty.htm.

June 15 Go-kart outing. $20 for two hours. Unlimited rides and mini golf. Depart at 6 p.m. June 16 Pensacola Blue Wahoos baseball. Free. Depart at 4:30 p.m. June 17 Zipline and tubing. $55. Depart at 8 a.m. June 18 Paddleboards and kayak. $10. Depart at 5:15 p.m. June 19 Movie premiere for “Act of Valor,” 7 p.m. Free.



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June 20 Volunteer trip to Ronald McDonald House. Depart at 5 p.m. June 21 Free shuttle to the mall. Depart at 5:30 p.m. June 22 Operation Magic. Free show and shuttle. Depart at 7:30 p.m.

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Community Outreach NASP Community Outreach is seeking volunteers for a large number of opportunities. These include: • New volunteer website – The “United We Serve” website is now working. It is a web resource that participants can use to identify volunteer opportunities in their local areas. To look for volunteer opportunities, visit www.serve.gov. • Restoring the USS Alabama – Volunteers are needed to help in the restoration of the USS Alabama. For

information, call Owen Miller at (251) 767-1507. • Northwest Florida Blood Services – The Northwest Florida Blood Services is seeking volunteers to help in general drive preparation. For information, call Christen Glover at 473-3853, ext. 132. • Big Brothers Big Sisters – Volunteers are needed for BBBS in Northwest Florida. For information, visit www.bbbsnwfl.org. • Learn to Read – Learn to Read of Northwest Florida

is an adult literacy program. For information, call 4324347. • Council on Aging of West Florida – Meals on Wheels delivery volunteers are needed to take meals to homebound elderly citizens of Escambia County. Volunteers may be selected to deliver meals on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. The average time spent delivering the meals is one hour and 15 minutes. For information call Brenda Turner at 432-1475, ext. 410.

Morale, Welfare and Recreation The NASP Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) department has a number of upcoming events and activities that the whole family can participate in. For more information, call 452-8285. • An evening of comedy and illusion – Enjoy a night of entertainment and laughs on June 22 at the Mustin Beach Club. Comedian David Beck will be joined by the Bornstein Experiment, staring Jeff and Kimberly Bornstein. The pre-show is from 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.; dinner (a $15 ticket required) is from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; and the free show starts at 8 p.m. active duty military, retirees and dependents, DoD civilians, contractors and guests. Purchase your dinner ticket at the

MWR, Bldg. 4143. Note: Dinner tickets must be purchased by today, June 15. For more information, call 452-8285. • Movie on the lawn: “Madagascar II” will be on the screen at dusk tomorrow, June 16, at the NASP Portside lawn. Bring your chair and/or blanket and enjoy free popcorn. In case of bad weather, call 452-4223 for cancellations. Any cancellations will be posted on the MWR Facebook page as well: www.facebook.com/mwrpensacola. • Summer reading – The NASP Library Summer Reading Program continues through Aug. 18 from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the MWR Library, Bldg. 634. Each Wednesday is for third through eighth graders, each Thursday is for toddlers through second graders.

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This is a free program for all the children of NASP. There will be crafts, refreshments, stories and prizes. For information, call 452-4632. • Summer camp programs – The MWR Aquatics program offerings include Puddle Jumpers Camp, Water Safety Camp, Kayak Camp, Sailing Camp, Marine Science Camp, Beach Volleyball Camp, Junior Lifeguard Camp and Water Babies Camp. Call 452-9429 or visit the MWR website for a schedule www.naspensacolamwr.com. Barrancas Beach, Mustin Beach Pool, Turner Street Pool and Corry Pool are all open for the summer. Hours of operation are on the MWR website. The MWR marinas are offering boating camp from June 25 to 29.

Register through the NASP Youth Center or call 452-2417. The Corry Bowling Center is offering bowling camps June 27 to 29 and July 18 to 20 for children ages 5 to 19. Cost is $60 and includes lunch. Call 452-6380 to register. • ITT military group cruise – Nov. 24 to 29 aboard Carnival Cruise Lines ship Fascination departing from Jacksonville. This will be a five-day cruise that will visit Key West and Nassau, Bahamas. Prices start from $240 per person. Book early as space will fill quickly. A $25 deposit is due at time of booking. Friends and family are welcome. For more information, visit ITT on NASP Corry Station or call 452-6362.



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Honda Civic 2000 Exc Cond Low Miles! 87k Silver 4dr All serv records Cold Drum set, Toyota AC, $5400 firm Pacific 5-piece, 2005 Corolla. Very 525-4631 black satin finish, Good Cond. chrome, birchHonda type shells. OCONUS PCS. 93 Must Sell. Prelude TURBO Sabian cymbals h a r d w a r e $ 7 0 0 0 / O B O . $4500/OBO 221included. Contact Call John at 776- 4716 Great, Fast, Car, all new parts Larry, 453-4721. 7561


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