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VOL. 11 NO. 17 September 17, 2010 - September 30, 2010

USNS Soderman loads up aboard NWS Charleston Story and photos by MC1(SW/AW) Jennifer Hudson

Photo by MC1(SW/AW) Jennifer Hudson

Commander Gary Martin speaks to the crowd at his change-ofcommand ceremony, Sept 9, in front of Bldg. 84 onboard Naval Weapons Station Charleston. Commander Martin was relieved by Captain Ralph C. Ward who will also assume the duties as Joint Base Charleston Deputy Commander, Oct 1.

Army resupply vehicles prepare to roll onto Prepositioning ship USNS Soderman (T-AKR 317) while the ship was inport Naval Weapons Station Charleston. The ship received more than 2,000 pieces of equipment including humvees, armored vehicles, generators and ambulances during the two-week onload. The prepositioning ship USNS Soderman (T- ty of equipment during times of crisis. AKR 317) received more than 2,000 pieces of equip“We all have been preparing for this mission for ment over a ten-day period aboard Naval Weapons about two months,” said Deputy Commander, 841st Station (NWS) Charleston Sept. 7 through Sept. 17. Army Transportation Battalion, Lt. Cmdr. Brian The on-load included ammunition, humvees, Mowery. “Loading the Army Prepositioning Stock armored vehicles, generators and ambulances that equipment on to the Large Medium Speed Rollwill be available for military uses. Prepositioning on/Roll-off vessel, USNS Soderman, is one of the ships support all military branches as well as the largest operations that we deal with here at the Defense Logistics Agency to ensure rapid availabili- weapons station.”

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Navy Charleston Shoreline

September 17, 2010 - September 30, 2010

Naval Weapons Station Charleston

Mission To enable warfighter readiness by providing Installation management and Infrastructure support to all Low Country Warriors and their families. Commanding Officer CAPT Ralph C. Ward Executive Officer CDR Charles M. Phillip Command Master Chief CMDCM (SW/SS) Billy Cady

About the Shoreline The Navy Charleston Shoreline is an authorized publication for members of the military services and their families. Its contents do not necessarily reflect the official views of the U.S. government, the Department of Defense, the U.S. Navy and do not imply endorsement thereof. The editorial content and any supplement is prepared, edited and provided by the Public Affairs Office of NWS Charleston. The appearance of advertising in this newspaper, including inserts or supplements, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense, the U.S. Navy, NWS Charleston or Diggle Publishing Company, of the products and services advertised. Everything advertised in the Navy Charleston Shoreline shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap, political affiliation or any other nonmerit factor of the purchaser, user or patron.

Deadlines Deadline for all routine copy is close of business the Friday before publication. The Shoreline reserves the right to edit all copy submitted.

Editorial Content Questions and comments can be directed to the editor. The Navy Charleston Shoreline can be reached at (843) 764-4094 or by fax at (843) 7647307 or write the Navy Charleston Shoreline, 2316 Red Bank Road, Bldg. 84, Goose Creek, SC 29445 or email: All news releases should be sent to this address.

Public Affairs Officer Scott Bassett Assistant Public Affairs Officer MC1(SW/AW) Jennifer Hudson Shoreline Editor Eric Sesit

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Keeping Low Country Warriors On Course This is the final edition of the Shoreline base newspaper. There have been many different base papers here at Naval Weapons Station Charleston throughout the years, and the Shoreline is just the latest and sadly, last version of them. To the average reader it is just another base paper, but for those of us that work in the realm of military public affairs, this has been a special newspaper. As the last editor of this paper, I would like to take a few moments to share my thoughts about this publication, and why I think it has been so important for so many people over the years. My first duty station in 1988 was onboard USS Bunker Hill (CG 52) which was the first Aegis cruiser equipped with the Vertical Launch System and the first ship of its kind to be forward deployed. Our homeport was Yokosuka, Japan. At that time, the Navy was taking their enlisted Journalists off of smaller ships. So, I was sent to the Public Affairs office at Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka, where I worked on their base paper, the Seahawk. After a few other duty stations, to include a tour in D.C., and a year on Diego Garcia, I found myself in Naples, Italy, working on their base paper, the Panorama. Fast forward to 2010, and here I am, retired from active duty and working as the editor for the Shoreline. For those of you that have been stationed overseas, you know what its like to be part of a small community that works together for the common good. The overseas base newspaper is the hometown newspaper. It’s where you find out about people’s achievements, what the kids are doing in school, what movie is playing at the theater. You learn about the different commands, the festivals, the day trips, local customs and the good places to eat. It’s a touch of home in a foreign land. Now take a look at the papers around the major bases here in the states. They are filled almost entirely of command information and Navy wire service stories. You rarely see pictures of the children playing soccer or ombudsmen getting together for luncheons. You don’t see the stories about day care activities and swimming pools and ski trips. The larger papers are all Navy all the time. And that my friends is the difference. Naval Weapons Station Charleston has been a special place for hundreds of

thousands of people over the years. It’s that Lowcountry Southern hospitality that welcomes us with open arms and makes us reluctant to leave when our tours are over. It’s our little hometown away for our true hometowns. Of all the places I’ve been stationed through the years, this base, more than any other, gives me the sense of community that until coming here, I had only found overseas. Perhaps I’m just being sentimental because we are ending an era. But in the short time that I have been the editor of this newspaper, I have had the pleasure to meet and work with the people that contribute to this publication. Whether it’s the folks at Housing or MWR, Public Works or Safety, the Fleet and Family Support Center or Security, they all had one thing in common: they truly cared about every single Sailor and family member that walked through our gates. Through the years, these folks have selflessly given of themselves and their organizations to make sure that our Sailors were taken care of. They have been the life blood of Naval Weapons Station Charleston and they are some of the best people you could ever hope to meet. We have tried to reflect this attitude within the pages of the Shoreline. As the ink dries on this final edition of the Shoreline and Naval Weapons Station Charleston arises anew as Naval Support Activity Charleston, Joint Base Charleston, rest assured that these great folks will still be here, everyday, tirelessly giving of themselves to take care of our most precious assets, our people. As for the staff of the Shoreline, well, we’re heading over to the Air Force side of Joint Base Charleston where we will continue to provide you with as much military news and family fare as we can possibly cram into the new paper, The Patriot. It will be different. The Patriot will be published weekly and will contain Air Force as well as Navy news and news from our other services, but, we will strive to continue to provide as much of that hometown feeling as we can. Now, its time to turn off the computers, shut down the printers and turn out the lights. We have to pack our cameras and head over to the Air Force base. Eric Sesit, Editor, NWS Charleston Shoreline

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Photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Jennifer Hudson

Riders from various Lowcountry commands took to their bikes Sept 11, to commemorate 9/11 and to raise money for the Military Ball, scheduled Oct 23.

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

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More focus needed to end suicides

Rear Adm. Tim Alexander, Commander, Navy Region Southeast, signs a proclamation on Sept 8, to proclaim September as Suicide Prevention Month, during a ceremony in the commander’s office. The proclamation focused on first responders applying ACT - Ask, Care, Treat, as a proactive approach to suicide prevention.

By Elaine Wilson, American Forces Press Service A silent killer is rapidly infiltrating the military, claiming lives at an alarming rate each year. Military suicides have more than doubled in the Army, exceeding the national average over the past five years, and leaders are redoubling efforts to figure out why. “It’s an area that can’t get enough focus right now,” Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said. “When we’re losing as many lives as we are, it is a crisis we have to continue to address.” “It’s a very difficult, vexing, complex problem and one that leadership has to spend an awful lot of time on to try to figure out,” Mullen said. While top leaders are struggling to find answers, military suicides have reached a critical point, the chairman said. Last year, suicide claimed 309 troops, and in 2008, 267 servicemembers committed suicide, according to a Defense Department task force. From 2005 to 2009, more than 1,100 servicemembers took their own lives, an average of one suicide every 36 hours, the task force said. Some reports attribute the spike to multiple deployments and long family separations. The majority of suicides do take place among servicemembers who have deployed, Mullen said. A considerable number occur among those who haven’t deployed, he added. Complicating the issue is a delay in symptoms for those who have served in combat, Mullen said. In many cases, post-traumatic stress symptoms don’t reveal themselves until

months or years later, and a servicemember may be discharged by that time and back in a civilian community without the same level of support. The military needs to find ways to track those servicemembers so they receive the support they need, he said. The military also must work to end the stigma that’s preventing people from seeking help early on, Mullen said, including family members afraid to raise a red flag. Spouses often are the first to notice a problem, but are fearful of the career repercussions for their servicemember if they speak up, Mrs. Mullen said. “We know that servicemembers tell their spouses not to mention any symptoms the servicemember might be experiencing for fear that, as one spouse said, ‘That will mean the end of their career,’” she said. “That stigma is so ingrained and embedded in not just the military, but in our country, and breaking through that is going to be key .... to solving this problem.” Fortunately, families have more avenues of help now than ever before, including ones that offer anonymity, she said. People who are uncomfortable speaking with someone at a military clinic can instead receive 12 free counseling appointments through Military OneSource or contact Tricare for online counseling at home. Other resources include the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors at 1800-959-TAPS (8277) or a military family life consultant.

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Sailor receives Navy and Marine Corps Medal By NWS Charleston Public Affairs

Electricans Mate First Class (SS) Nathan W. Lewis received the Navy and Marine Corps Medal in a ceremony at the Red Bank Club, Sept 13. The Honorable Robert O. Work, Under Secretary of the Navy, presented the medal to Lewis. Admiral Kirkland H. Donald, Director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion was also in attendance. Lewis, an instructor at Nuclear Power Training Unit, received the medal for heroism. On May 12, 2008, Lewis placed himself in harm’s way in order to rescue a gravely injured motorist on Interstate 26. A passenger vehicle had collided with a cement truck, killing the passenger vehicle’s driver, front passenger and gravely injuring another passenger. The collision caused the cement truck to spill its load of concrete, filling the passenger vehicle and trapping the injured passenger. EM1 Lewis, used his own utility shirt to shield the injured passenger’s face,

and repeatedly dug through enough of the concrete with his bare hands to prevent it from pooling around the trapped victim’s face long enough for emergency responders to arrive and render aid. Even after emergency personnel responded to the scene, Lewis continued to assist and even covered the bodies of the deceased in the front seat with his own shirt, preventing the injured passenger from seeing them. The Navy and Marine Corps Medal is the second highest non-combatant medal awarded by the United States Department of the Navy to members of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. It is awarded to service members who, while serving in any capacity with the Navy or Marine Corps, distinguish themselves by heroism not involving actual conflict with an enemy. Typically, it is awarded for actions involving the risk of one’s own life.

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The Honorable Robert O. Work, Under Secretary of the Navy, presents the Navy and Marine Corps Medal to EM1(SS) Nathan Lewis in a ceremony held at the Red Bank Club, Sept 13. Lewis is joined by his wife, Renee.

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Two - person Ryder Cup golf tournament The annual Ryder Cup Golf Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, Sept 25 at Redbank Plantation Golf Course. The Ryder Cup format consists of six holes alternate shot, six holes best ball, and six holes captain’s choice. Players must tee off before 9:00 a.m. Prizes will be awarded and food will be served following the tournament. The cost is $15 per person, plus cart and greens fees. Ryder Cup is one of the most unique tournament formats, so don’t miss it! To register, call the pro shop at 764-7802.

College admission workshop There will be a College Admissions Workshop on Wednesday, Sept 22, at the NWS Youth Center Bldg. (788B) beginning at 5:00 p.m. The presenter will be Debbie Counts, Associate Director of Admissions, at the College of Charleston. The College Admissions Workshop clarifies the college admissions process by helping high school students become more knowledgeable, organized, effective, and confident in their college selections and applications. What will you learn? Know what schools offer and what they are really like. Get answers to questions such as, what majors/programs are offered? What is the admission criteria, like SAT, ACT, and high school GPA? How much does it really cost? What are the application deadlines for admission and financial aid and much more. Who should attend? Parents, high school students, and middle school students interested in pursuing higher education. Topics covered include: School visits and school selection; interviews; applications (including the common application); testing; essays; organization of college materials; financial aid and scholarships. Reserve your space today. Contact Cicely McCray, School Liaison Officer at (843)764-7869 to attend the workshop! New swimming pool hours The following hours of operation will apply at New Wave Aquatic Center, Sept 7 - 23: Open swim will be Monday - Friday from 4:30 - 8:00 p.m. Morning lap swim will be available Monday-Friday from 5:30 8:00 a.m. Lunchtime lap swim is available MondayFriday from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The pool will close for the season on Sept 24. The pool is available to active duty military, retired military, Reservists, DoD personnel, DoD contractors and immediate family members. All active duty military are admitted free. For all others, the daily fee is $2.00.

Football combine fitness challenge Have you ever said, “I could’ve gone pro” when discussing your athletic ability? Well, here’s your chance to find out how you measure up to the physical challenges of professional football-style tryouts as MWR presents the Football Combine Fitness Challenge on Friday, Sept 24 at the Menriv Soccer Field. You’ll be tested “just like the pros” in athletic challenges like the 40-yard dash, vertical jump, broad jump, cone drill and lots more! Stop by or call Sam’s Gym by Sept 23 to pre-register for one of the following participation time periods: 6:00 - 8:00 a.m, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., and 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. The competition will offer male and female categories and is open to all military, dependants and DoD civilians. Registration is free. For more information, stop by Sam’s Gym or call 764-4173. Stroller rollers fitness program Attention new mothers! Now there is a way to get fit while spending quality time with your baby! With the Stroller Rollers program, you’ll shape up with a power walk and body sculpting while strolling with your baby. It’s a great chance to interact with other new moms! Classes meet at the WPNSTA Gymnasium on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:15 10:15 a.m. Classes are free. Materials are provided. For more information, call MWR fitness director, Nancy Haynsworth at 764-4067.

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Photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Jennifer Hudson

FN Nicholas Cage assigned to NNPTC, lends a helping hand by doing some landscaping at the Malcom C. Hursey Elementary School. More than 2,500 Sailors and Airmen throughout the Charleston area participated in the Day of Caring event.

Sailors from NNPTC pile gravel on a tarp to stop weed growth at a local non-profit organization, Habitat for Humanity Restore in Goose Creek, as part of the Day of Caring community service event.

A Day of Caring in the Lowcountry Servicemembers from Lowcountry commands spent Sept 10 in service to their community. Sailors were painting, raking, pressure washing and performing hundreds of other tasks in conjunction with the Trident United Way Day of Caring community service event. While the manual labor made for a long day, the Sailors appreciated the break in their everyday routine. As one young Sailor put it, “It’s not everyday we can get away from the school house and do something good for the community. It puts a different perspective on how important the Navy is to this community, and also, how much the community really does appreciate the military.” Photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Jennifer Hudson

RPC (SW/AW) Stephen Walz and ITC (Sel)(SW/SS) Justin Sweat from NWS Charleston, disassemble a picnic table at the Habitat for Humanity Restore in Mount Pleasant during the annual Day of Caring community event.

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Photo by Eric Sesit

MM3 John Styskal, assigned to NNPTC, tapes off a mirror before painting at the Summerville Family YMCA in downtown Summerville.

Photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Jennifer Hudson

FN Matt Cook and FN Cody Millsap, assigned to NNPTC, lend a helping hand to Malcolm C. Hursey Elementary School during the annual Day of Caring event.

Photo by Eric Sesit

Photo by Eric Sesit

NNPTC students (left to right) EM3 Stephen Ryker, EM3 Michael Albert and EM3 James Hertig hoist a bag of old mulch onto a wheelbarrow. The Sailors were at the Summerville Family YMCA landscaping the grounds during the Day of Caring.

NNPTC student MM3 Doug Braithwaite, puts it into overdrive during a wheelchair race at Wassamassaw Park in Summerville. Bratithwaite and other students spent their Day of Caring with Special Needs adults from the Dorchester County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs.

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MWR offers RV/boat storage MWR operates the RV/boat storage area located on Fletcher Street (across from the Housing Office). There are currently 54 sites available at a cost of $35 per month (paid quarterly). Reservations are handled at our Auto Skills Center located on Fletcher Street.

Outdoor Adventure Center has everything you’ll need to “Take it Outside” Fall is here and the temperature is right to enjoy the great outdoors. Your Outdoor Adventure Center has everything you need for that weekend outdoor get-away. Tents that will accommodate from one to seven people, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, lanterns, twoburner stoves and coolers are all available for rent at a nominal fee. Back packs, kayaks, canoes, mountain bikes, canopy tents, grills are also available to make your outdoor adventure complete. The Outdoor Adventure Center is located in the Building 1700 on Fletcher Street. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and closed Sundays and holidays. Stop by the OAC for all of your outdoor recreational needs or call 764-2120 for more information.

Judo & Jujitsu classes – free to active duty military Get in shape, build self confidence, and learn self defense with MWR Judo & Jujitsu classes! Classes are held in the group exercise room (Bldg 725) and are free to active duty military ($2 per class for all others). Judo classes are offered Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Jujitsu classes are offered on the first Friday of each month from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Contact Nancy Haynsworth at 764-4067.

Co-Ed Golf Lessons Former PGA Tour Professional, Randy Glover will be teaching golf lessons for men and women at both advanced and beginner levels. The five-lesson session will be offered from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. on Sept 20-24. The cost will be $50. Rental clubs will be available at no additional cost. Lessons will include an introduction to irons, woods, chipping, putting, and sand play. Classes are limited to the first eight to register. Call 764-7802 for more information.

New CPR & First Aid class dates announced Learn to save a life by taking an American Red Cross CPR course. All classes will be instructed by certified American Red Cross instructors and are held at the MWR Athletics Office (Bldg 725) on the following dates: Saturday, Sept 18 (register by September 15) Saturday, Nov 13, 2010 (register by November 10) Saturday, Jan 8, 2010 (register by January 5) Classes are from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The cost is $35 per person. Pre-registration is required and is accepted at Sam’s Gym (764-4173). Call for more details.

Child & Youth dance program The fall session of dance classes offered by Naval Weapons Station Youth Programs began Sept 1 and run through Nov 17. Dance programs offered include: Creative Movement (for ages three and up) and Pre- Ballet (for ages six and up). The program is taught by Larisa Dahabi, former owner of Mt. Pleasant School of Performing Arts and now merged with Academy of Dance Arts. More can be found regarding Ms. Dahabi’s experience by visiting All classes will be offered on Wednesdays in Bldg. 777. Creative Movement will be held from 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. and Pre-Ballet will be held 6:15 - 7:00 p.m. Proper dance attire is required and available through the Youth Center. Ongoing registrations are accepted at the Youth Center (Bldg 788). Call (843) 764-2125 for more information.

Winter bowling leagues now forming Winter bowling leagues are now being formed at Marrington Lanes. We offer men’s, women’s, seniors’ (ages 50 & up), mixed and youth leagues. Below is a list of available leagues and times that will start soon at Marrington Lanes: Turbo (Mixed) — Mon, 7:00 p.m. Just For Fun (Seniors) —Tue, 10:00 a.m. Menriv Originals (Women Only) — Wed, 9:30 a.m. Fleet Reserve Assn. (Mixed) — Wed, 7:00 p.m. 21 Point Peterson (Mixed) — Thur, 6:30 p.m. Marrington Seniors (Mixed) — Fri, 10:00 a.m. Friday Nite (Mixed) — Fri, 6:30 p.m. Youth Leagues — Sat, 10 a.m. Call the Bowling Center at 764-7235 and sign up today!

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Safest summer on record

By April Phillips, Naval Safety Center Public Affairs Labor Day marked the traditional end of reports indicate that both deaths may be relatsummer for Sailors and Marines and also the ed to alcohol. “There have been a lot fewer cases of DUI end of the Naval Safety Center’s (NSC) annual summer safety campaign, “Live to Play, (drinking under the influence),” said NSC Command Master Chief (AW/SW) Dominick Play to Live.” According to Rick Dangerfield, NWS, Torchia. “However, there may be some comSafety, “Naval Weapons Station Charleston placency about the dangers of over-consumphad zero mishaps during the summer season. tion in general. We’re seeing cases of Sailors This marks the third consecutive year that and Marines basically drinking themselves to NWS Charleston has had no mishaps during death.” While most people seem to be getting the the critical days of summer.” Although mishap reports for the Labor Day message about designated drivers and safe ride weekend are not complete, it appears that both programs, leaders need to continue educating the Navy and Marine Corps enjoyed the safest their Sailors and Marines about the health risks summer since NSC started keeping these sta- of alcohol, including alcohol poisoning and reduced inhibitions that may lead to risky tistics. However, that still means that 14 Sailors behavior, said Torchia. NWS Charleston appreciates your dedicaand 14 Marines lost their lives between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. tion to safety. Continued education of hazard Nonetheless, this is a considerable improve- awareness and mitigation is a major factor in ment from 2009, when 39 Sailors and Marines our success. Management at all levels must continue educating their personnel about safelost their lives during the same period. While that is an achievement to be proud ty. Watch out for each other’s safety. If you see of, NSC is not declaring victory, especially in something that doesn’t looik right, say somelight of the fact that one Sailor and one Marine thing. Speaking up could prevent a mishap. died during Labor Day weekend. Mishap

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Recycle and re-use

Provided by NWS Charleston Public Works Disposable bottles consume three times You can make a difference. When each of us makes our own contribution, no matter how the energy as reusable, returnable bottles. Each ton of glass produced from raw matelittle it may appear to be, the cumulative effect can become enormous. Recycling and Re-use rials generates about 385 pounds of mining can be one of the most economical and sim- waste; using 50 percent recycled glass reduces this by almost 80 percent. plest ways of conserving energy. Recycling and reusing tin cans reduces Each person creates about 4.7 pounds of waste every day. Approximately 60% of our related energy use by 74 percent, air pollution rubbish thrown away today can be recycled. by 85 percent, solid waste by 95 percent and Nine out of 10 people surveyed said they water pollution by 76 percent. There is no limit to the amount of times an aluminum can would recycle more if it was easier. Many people do not realize that plastic bot- be recycled. Producing aluminum from recycled alutles are made out of oil.  This is the same oil that is used to make gasoline. It’s the same oil minum consumes 90 percent less energy than that is in such high demand and is not an producing it from raw materials and generates 95 percent less air pollution. unlimited resource. We use over 80,000,000,000 aluminum Manufacturing glass from recycled cullet (broken or waste glass returned for recycling) soda cans every year. Around 45% of the paper Americans use uses up to 32 percent less energy than produceach year (over 53 million tons) is recovered ing glass from raw materials. Producing glass from recycled glass cullet for recycling. This is made into a wide variety rather than from raw materials reduces related of goods such as new newsprint, boxes and air pollution by 20 percent and water pollution office paper, paper towels, tissue products, insulation, cereal boxes, molded packaging, by 50 percent. The energy saved from recycling one glass hydro-mulch, gypsum wallboard - even combottle will light a 100 watt bulb for four hours. post and kitty litter!

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Soderman...continued from Page 1

Photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Jennifer Hudson

Humvees roll up to USNS Soderman while she was inport NWS Charleston. Prepositioning ships support all military branches as well as the Defense Logistics Agency to ensure rapid availability of military equipment during times of crisis. The ships provide transportation of the gear to areas of operation without having to rely on other nation’s modes of transportation.

NWS Charleston crew members worked tirelessly alongside the 841st Army Transportation Battalion, Army Strategic Logistics Activity Charleston (ASLAC), Maritime Sealift Command and various contracting partners. “Teamwork is essential for this type of operation. We understand that the mission is important and we have to get the ship loaded and out on time. Everyone really came together to make this happen,� said Commander, 841st Army Transportation Battalion, Lt. Colonel Ines White. “Without one piece of the puzzle we could not complete the whole picture.� The ships allow the military the capability to receive needed equipment in a timely manner in order to respond quickly to any emergency. They provide quick movement of military gear between operating areas without relying on other nation’s modes of transportation. “It is critical that we do not have to rely on the infrastructure support of other nations to deliver the equipment to our troops,� said Mowery. After the on-load USNS Soderman will

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set sail and anchor in the Western Pacific, where the ship will stay for more than two years, switching out the crew every four months. “So far everything has gone according to plan—we are right on track and moving along quite smoothly,� said the Master of USNS Soderman, Chris Spain. Once the ship’s overseas tour is completed, it will return to port where the equipment onboard will receive maintenance and/or upgrades, or replaced with completely different gear before returning to sea. The equipment, like everything, has a life-cycle that may need to be repaired from rust or any damage before it can be used. There are currently more than 25 prepositioning ships distributed among the branches of the military, strategically placed around the world. “We are right on schedule and I am really pleased with all that hard work that is going into this operation,� said General Manager of ASLAC Bob O’Brien. “I don’t think we could have been as successful as we are right now if it wasn’t for all the teamwork we have.�






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Schedule of Workshops Sept 18 Sept 21 Sept 22 Sept 23 Sept 28 Sept 28

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Your Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) will hold an Anger Management workshop in Building 786. We all know what anger is, and we’ve all felt it: whether as a fleeting annoyance or as full-fledged rage. Anger is a completely normal, healthy emotion unless the emotion controls your life. Come join us Sept 28 at 1:00 4:00 p.m. Understand and control your anger. Learn tips and techniques to help control rage and increase your quality of life. Managing anger is up to you! For more information or to sign up, please call 843764-7421.

Transitioning from the military? Is your spouse seeking employment? Or, are you just looking to change your career? Check out the Job Search Strategies Workshop held the first and third Tuesday each month at Fleet and Family Support Center, from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. For more information or to learn about additional career workshops, call 843-764-7480.

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*Save up to $20,000 off the sales price. Offers, incentives and seller contributions are subject to certain terms conditions and restrictions, which may include the use of designated lenders and closing agents. Offer available on select homes in communities as determined by Lennar for purchase agreements written after 8/29/10 and must purchase by 9/19/10 and close by 9/30/10. Truth in Lending must be signed by 9/22/10. Offer available through Universal American Mortgage Company. Lennar reserves the right to change or withdraw any offer at any time. Contact a Lennar New Home Loan Consultant for complete details, qualifying amount and qualifying models. Incentives can impact the loan amount on a home. Mortgage Lender’s license #L-108346 and Mortgage Loan Broker #MB-0508401 and Supervised Lender License #S-5, 665,688,689,690, S-6 529, 572. Prices subject to change without notice. Prices shown reflect all discounts and subject to change without notice. Copyright © 2010 Lennar Corporation and Universal American Mortgage Company, LLC. All rights reserved. Lennar, the Lennar logo, Universal American Mortgage Company and the UAMC logo are registered service marks or service marks of Lennar Corporation and/or its subsidiaries. 8/10

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Distinguished Visitor (DV) / Visitor Quarters (VQ) NWS Charleston has two units available to provide temporary quality accommodations to military and civilian personnel on official government travel orders. Retired personnel are housed on a space available basis. Reservations through the month of September may be made at (843)7647218 or 7228 or 1-800-362-2399. Reservations beginning October 1, 2010 may be made by contacting the Inns of Charleston at (843)963-8000, x8110.

Bachelor Housing Resident Advisor meetings are held quarterly and all residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. Our latest Resident Advisors meeting was held August 19. Some of the items discussed were: - Resident Advisors (RA) duties, responsibilities and policy enforcement. - Possible realignment of current RA’s Area of Responsibilities (AOR) to help address areas that were not currently assigned, as well as having the duty RA’s participate in room inspections monthly. - Currently seeking more RA’s. Requesting assistance in getting the positions filled. RA’s may be an E-5, and must be approved by their respective commanding officer, and then receive final approval from the Commanding Officer Naval Weapons Station Charleston. Bachelor Housing residents are assigned a numbered carport correlating to their assigned unit. Since there is only one carport for every two occupants, parking under these carports are first come, first serve. Personnel owning two or more vehicles shall park only one vehicle, the one that is driven on a daily basis, under the carport. All residents must have their vehicle registration and base decal current at all times. There are additional parking spaces available adjacent to units in designated areas. Do not park on the grass; all offenders will have their vehicle ticketed. Multiple offenses could lead to

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vehicle being towed at resident’s expense. Parking in Bachelor Housing employees’ parking spaces is authorized after 4:00 p.m., but should be moved prior to 7:00 a.m. Energy Conservation is very important. During recent exterior inspections, the BH staff has noticed some windows that were left open while the A/C was running. All residents are reminded again that energy conservation is an all hands effort. Please do your part. Your cooperation is necessary to reduce energy usage and subsequent cost. You can help by: a. Turning off all electrical items (i.e., lights, radios, TV’s, stereos, irons, etc.) when not in use or prior to leaving the quarters. b. Keeping doors and windows closed in air conditioned spaces. If there are circumstances preventing proper closure, report findings immediately to BH Front Desk. c. Setting thermostat on 78 degrees for cooling and on 68 degrees for heating and not changing the settings. Units are equipped with programmable thermostats. Tampering with thermostat program is not authorized. d. Immediately reporting water leaks to the Building Manager or Front Desk. e. Reporting any energy conservation violation as soon as possible. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Bachelor Housing Director Robert Ladue or Bachelor Housing Manager SHC (SW/AW) Anderson, or SH1 Jones at 764-7646/4144. Thank you and have a Great Navy Day!

Balfour Beatty Communities A huge thank-you to all residents for taking time to fill out our resident satisfaction surveys. Our resident survey was a huge success due to your participation. With your help, our community will continue to improve. Your opinions mean so much to us but even more to our community. We would like to express our appreciation for your opinions. Thank you from all of us. Reminder - Use of small wading pools, not exceeding

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(24) inches in height, is authorized under the following guidelines: - The water must not exceed 24 inches in depth, and will be emptied on a daily basis. - Wading pools are to be constantly monitored by an adult during use, and must not be left unattended while holding water. - Pools are to be emptied and turned over when not in use and properly stored. - Grounds damaged by the pools must be restored. - Wading pools must be kept in backyard areas. - Residents are responsible for supervision of any person using the pool and liable for all injuries resulting from the pool, whether the resident is present or not at the time of injury. - Installed or portable hot tubs are not permitted.

Upcoming Balfour Beatty events: - Craft for all ages! This month we are going to make pine cone bird feeders to celebrate the beginning of autumn! Plus we will enjoy some lunch and beverages! Join us at the community center on Sept 20 at 11:00 a.m. - Carrabba’s Italian Grill is coming to teach Balfour Beatty Residents how to cook! Here is the exciting is free! It will be held at the community center Sept 22 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.! Please register for this class. Space is limited. - We are holding our community meet and greet at the community center on September 28th from 9:00 - 11 a.m. Come join Balfour Beatty and the Military Spouses Network at the community center to socialize with new and experienced spouses while enjoying some light breakfast snacks! - Dinner and a movie will be held at the community center Sept 29 starting at 6:00 p.m. Please bring your favorite blanket, pillow, or bean bag. We will be watching Avatar a Sci-Fi and Fantasy movie rated PG-13. We will be ordering pizza!

Navy Region Southeast shines in energy conservation By Stephen Strickland, Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs The commitment of Navy Region Southeast to reduce energy usage was recognized recently by the Secretary of the Navy with awards for all 16 of its non-BRAC installations. “These awards reflect our significant progress in making energy and water conservation a high priority in our everyday mission of supporting the fleet, family and warfighter,” Commander Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Tim Alexander said. “This marks the first time all non-BRAC installations in Navy Region Southeast received recognition. Leading the way was Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, one of only seven Navy or Marine Corps shore commands worldwide to be recognized as a platinum level award winner, signifying an outstanding energy program and an excep-

tional year of energy project execution. “Kings Bay is doing some innovative things to reduce energy and water consumption,” Alexander said. “From a new wastewater treatment plant with water savings of $60,000 a year, to the innovative use of solar technology to augment that plant with energy savings of $116,000 a year, the installation is realizing significant energy use reduction.” Other award winners in the Southeast Region included Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla.; Naval Air Station Key West, Fla.; Naval Air Station Kingsville, Texas; Naval Air Station Meridian, Miss.; and Naval Support Activity Panama City, Fla. These installations were all gold level award winners, indicating a very good to outstanding energy program.

The awards program also has a blue level award for commands with a well-rounded energy program. Navy Region Southeast commands winning awards in this category included Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport, Miss.; Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas; Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas; Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans; Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla.; Naval Air Station Whiting Field in Milton, Fla.; Navy Supply Corps School Athens, Ga.; Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Naval Weapons Station Charleston, S.C.; Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division at Naval Support Activity Orlando, Fla.; and Naval Station Mayport, Fla.

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Moncks Crnr-203 California Ave, 4 BD 4 BA. Spacious-Kit, LR, DR, Den, Fam Rm, laund. $1,400 mth, sec dep reqd, 843-819-1302 Beautiful 4Br/2Ba renovated house - West Ash. Granite, Wood Flrs, SS appl., FP,fenced yard, Miltary Discount! Only $1195/mo,Call 278-5454 4Br/2Ba/2Car Garage $1100/mo. in Summerville, Carriage Lane Community; Easy access to I26. Avail Oct. 15; No pets; Nathan 8434370051 Brick-3br-1ba-large fenced yard-pet nego, 15minutes to CAFB/NWS, fresh paint, fridge and stove. $775 mo mil discounts 843 442 5767

GEM LAWN CARE, CAFB/local area 367-5473 In-Home Child Care DSS Reg. 6:30 - 6:00 Meals & Snacks Drop-In's $4.00 hr. First hr. free during July. 5 mins from AFB call 843-552-5360 Charleston Auto Storage 843 767-0112 Short/Long Term Parking. Cars, boats, bikes, RVs and ATVs. Special Military Rates. Near AFB and Navy Base

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PETS 1 yr old Yorkie poo just had annual shots, kennel and misc assesories included. Reduced to $400 obo. Call 843-870-9363 1 year old Border Collie/Mix Female UTD shots crate trained,house trained,basic commands, great w/other dogs. call 843 819-9648 5 Siberian Husky Puppies, CKC, UTD Shots, Parents on location, $500, ready to go, Call 843-327-2025 or 327-1896 for more info ACA Reg Bichon male; shots; will be small; 10 wks; non-shedding; great family pet! 843-4780664 AKC reg American Bulldog 1yr old male, house & crate trained $275 obo crate included, call Brian @ 843-298-2933

2006 Mazda MAZDA5 Touring, 34,000 miles. Tinted windows, sunroof, Excellent condition. Grey. Asking 10,900 Call 406-250-7513. Retrax bed cover for 2007 Tundra or newer. In good condition, rolls smoothly. $500. Can bring to Air Force Base

BOATS/RECREATION 2006 Sea-Pro SV2100CC. 140 Johnson, 4stroke. Trailer,bimini,gps,fish-finder,cover,cushions.$18,900 OBO. 850-543-3048 Immaculate!!!

MOTORCYClES 2006 Sportster 1200 Custom, blue/silver paint, lots of chrome and upgrades, a must see! Only 1,500 mi, $6800 obo, 843-991-4966 FOR SALE - Red Yamaha YZF-R6 05 Sport Bike. Apprx 7K miles. 1 owner. Yoshimura exhaust. $6,000 OBO. Call 442-5090


Archdale - 4BR/2BA Home. 5 minutes to AF Base, move-in ready. $163,000. Call Henry Cerceo - 843-860-5530

Oak firewood about 1.5 cords $65; shower bench for handicap $30; bissel whole house steamer, used one time; $60. 843 276-3162

Beautiful 4bd/2.5ba 2 story in Whitehall Sub. 2441 SQ FT. ADT security, 2 car garage, fence. $249,900 OBO. 850-543-3048 or 850-549-8447

Leather Chair $300/ Pr of Leather Recliners. $600/Set of 5 Area Rugs $250/Tuscan Painting $75/Much More Call 760-0529 after 5

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46’ Sony Bravia LCD Digital Color TV. Excellent condition, like new $750. Call 843-478-3620.

two acres of land, three bedroom mobile home cabin, List Price: 50,000. CPT Sam Gethers, (843) 214-6750,Email:



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Queen P-top Matt. and Box Set NEW in Plastic. $125…Full also available. 696-5712 Can deliver

99 Chevy Caviler, 4 door, gold, 95K miles. No AC/FM radio, great heater, runs good. $700 OBO. Call Ben, 843-743-3130.

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Lincoln Pro Core 125 Welder With Cart, Gloves And Auto Darkening Helmet; Bought New At Lowes $600+, Asking $390 Firm; Call 324-0079 Pet safe invisable dog wireless fence with 2 collars. Asking $250. OBO. Please call 607-3277. HaulMark enclosed trailer 6x10 ft. Great Cond has rear cargo ramp and 1 side door. Call for more info 843-714-0198 1900.00 OBO Living rooms set of furniture for $300 obo. Good condition. Call 843-552-0989 or 327-7051. Take a look • • fax 856-0358 Diggle Publishing - PO Box 2016, Mt. Pleasant SC 29465 • 843-412-5861 Diggle Publishing Company, the private contract publisher of the Airlift Dispatch (weekly) and the Navy Shoreline (twice monthly), accepts free personal classified ads from active duty, reserve and retired military personnel and their dependents. Ads which do not adhere to submission guidelines may be rejected without notice.




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