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This year’s Cherry Point Area Combined Federal Campaign kicked off Friday and it was settled by nothing less than war – a tug of war. The tug of war tournament, officially known as the CFC Cup, launched the 2013 Cherry Point Area Combined Federal Campaign at the Roadhouse. Last year’s champions, Marine Transport Squadron 1, remained victorious after taking on 10 teams in the double-elimination tournament. Prior to the event, VMR-1 leadership challenged all units aboard the air station to meet in the sand pit to test their mettle against his defending champs. “While most are dreaming of success, VMR-1 wakes up and continues to achieve it,” said Sgt. Maj. Larry J. Harrington. “Keep dreaming while we continue achieving, as we will for this year’s repeat. Joe Namath said, ‘If you’re not gonna go all the way, why go at all?’ VMR-1 will go all the way, again, continuing to take it all. We recommend you stay at home.” Now that the dust is settled, the real challenge begins for military and government employees

to ask themselves if there is a CFC charity they would like to support. The annual CFC fund drive gives federal employees, including military members, an easy opportunity to make donations to eligible non-profit organizations. The drive includes more than 2,400 national and international federation charities and some 25,000 local charities. Listed charities cover a wide range of needs ranging from those seeking to cure a host of different medical conditions to those benefiting wounded warriors. “This campaign is the only authorized solicitation, other than the annual Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society fund drive, that helps raise money for charity,” said Bobbie Whitbeck, a CFC coordinator and human resource specialist with the air station’s Civilian Manpower Office. Over the next three months, personnel aboard the air station will have the opportunity to donate to charities of their choice. While participation is not mandatory, the goal is to make sure everyone has an opportunity to donate. Each unit has a representative that will inform See CFC page A3

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Sgt. Maj. Larry J. Harrington raises the Combined Federal Campaign Cup trophy overhead in celebration of his Marines’ hard-fought sweep of the CFC Cup tug of war competition Friday. Harrington’s Marine Transport Squadron 1 “Roadrunners” went undefeated during the double-elimination tournament, successfully defending their title as the air station’s CFC Cup champions.

2nd LAAD patrols, hones techniques, procedures LANCE CPL. JOSHUA R. HEINS MCAS CHERRY POINT

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Marines from Battery B, 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion conducted field air defense and military operations on urban terrain training Sept. 19 aboard Marine Corps Outlying Field Atlantic. Marines are known for being prepared for the worst. That’s especially true for a ground-based unit charged with protecting Marine aviation assets and personnel from attacks by enemy aircraft. “We’re training to become more combat efficient,” said Capt. Stephen C. Hand, Battery B commander, 2nd LAAD. “Our primary mission is to increase combat effectives and readiness, along with unit cohesion so the unit will be ready when engaged in an operation.” The Marines’ primary objective’s during training over was to conduct foot patrols, stationary air defense and convoy patrols with moving air defense. “Having 2nd LAAD conduct these training missions is going to directly relate to how combat ready and effective we are when we’re placed in an assessment,” said Hand. The Marines said they enjoyed the time they spent out in the field brushing up on their skills. While in garrison, the gunners

Cpl. Tony J. Tart (left) and Lance Cpl. James T. Peacock secure a road during training at Marine Corps Outlying Field Atlantic Sept 19. Both are gunners with Battery B, 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion.

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MACS-2 sets stage for future encounters LANCE CPL. UNIQUE B. ROBERTS MCAS CHERRY POINT

More than 90 Marines with Marine Air Control Squadron 2 prepared to combat future air-sea battle threats as within a joint force during fleet synthetic training Sept. 9-20 at the squadron’s compound. The joint, combined exercise included personnel and assets from the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force, and the German navy. The squadron conducted the training with two objectives in mind. The first was to prepare a carrier strike group and other joint forces for forward-deployed operations by carrying out realistic, complex and highlydynamic threat scenarios said 1st Lt. Daniel S. Behne, air defense control officer with MACS-2. Fleet synthetic training also enables all the participants involved to practice the execution of joint and combined intelligence evolvement and sharing, fires, air and missile defense, and command and control. “In a sense it’s like a video,” said Cpl. Aaron J. Oquinn, a mobile tactical air operation module technician with MACS-2. Oquinn received information “pictures” from higher and pushed the information through operating consoles for classification and further distribution to the units and agencies that needed it. During the training, both German and American naval units practiced See JOINT page A3

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Marine Attack Squadron 542 pilots refreshed their skills in executing safe vertical landings and short takeoffs aboard amphibious assault ships Sept. 16-23 at Marine Corps Auxiliary Landing Field Bogue and aboard the USS Bataan. Landing Helicopter Dock qualifications are crucial to AV-8B Harrier pilots who often provide aircraft and personnel in support of Marine Expeditionary Units around the globe. “Everytime a boat gets ready to deploy, they have to get the crew up-to-date because this is a perishable skill,” said Capt. David Campbell, a pilot with VMA-542. “It’s good training for us and gives us an opportunity to get back out to the ship and brush up our skills.” The mock LHD flight deck at Bogue

replicates an amphibious assault ship landing deck, which provides pilots with a safe training environment before executing follow-on training aboard a real ship. The deck has markings and structures that contribute to the realism of the training. Pilots fly the same pattern on the mock flight deck as they would on a real amphibious assault ship. “The Marines did great,” said Lingley. “We had to knock some rust off, but they got back into the routine very quickly.” The pilots put their training to the test at sea Sunday and Monday aboard the USS Bataan, successfully completing the qualifications. “For us it was fantastic training because the boat is always a challenge,” said Campbell. “There are only so many times we get to go out there, so we take advantage of it to stay sharp.”

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News Briefs Marriage administrative absence The Department of Defense implemented a policy allowing military personnel administrative absence of travel to a jurisdiction to obtain a legal marriage if the marriage is not legal in the state or jurisdiction where they are permanently stationed or within 100 miles of their permanent duty station. Effective immediately, Marines stationed within the continental U.S. may request up to seven days of administrative absence to travel to and from a location to obtain a legal marriage. Service members assigned OCONUS may be granted up to ten days administrative absence, including up to five days for travel. If the marriage involves two military members, both may be entitled to administrative absence. The member must marry in a state/jurisdiction that legally permits such a marriage. For more information, refer to MARADMIN 483/13.

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Nation celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month PFC. CAYCE NEVERS MCAS CHERRY POINT

Americans’ vast diversity has inspired the many official celebrations of individual cultural and historical contributions to society that are observed each year. One such celebration, Hispanic Heritage Month, is observed throughout the country each year from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. “We dedicate this monthly observance to all Hispanic Americans,” said Gunnery Sgt. Kelly A. Hetrick, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing equal opportunity advisor. “I believe our heritage is important because it is part of who we are and where we came from.” In 1968, President Lyndon Johnson honored the Hispanic community with a week-long observance, which was later extended to a full month by President Ronald Reagan in 1988. Throughout military history, Hispanics have proven to be key contributors to the U.S. armed forces long before the official observation came to fruition. Pvt. France Silva was the first Marine of Hispanic descent to earn the Medal of Honor. His citation, dated July 19, 1901, is simple and to the point. “In the presence of the enemy during the action at Peking, China, June 28 to August 17, 1900. Throughout this period, Silva distinguished himself by meritorious conduct.” Hetrick said the Corps’ diversity is a source of strength and point of pride among its Marines. “One great way to provide recognition of our Marines is the celebration of their heritage and contributions they make to our nation,” said Hetrick. “We are proud to be United States Marines and we should be proud to share our culture with our fellow Marines.” For more information on Hispanic Heritage Month, read Marine Administrative Message 410/13 at http://bit. ly/Hispanic13.

Contract awarded for AH-1 system The Marine Corps has awarded Elbit Systems of America, LLC, a $44.8 million contract for ongoing depot-level service and support of the A-1W Super Cobra’s Night Targeting System. The contract covers service and support over the next five years to satisfy annual delivery requirements for the nine weapons replaceable systems that make up the NTS.

Fy 14 E-8 to E-9 selection board Marine Administrative Message 479/13 announces changes to the allocations and zone cutoffs for the convening of the fiscal year 14 sergeant major through master sergeant selection board. The changes are reflective of the current requirements of the Marine Corps. Zones and allocations are subject to change prior to or during boards. All Marines are reminded of their responsibility for the completeness and accuracy of their records. For more information refer to MARADMIN 479/13

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New chaplain brings change NAVY CMDR. PHIL PELICAN MCAS CHERRY POINT COMMAND CHAPLAIN

Hello and greetings from your new station chaplain. One of the most challenging evolutions in religious program management is changing anything. Things get set into motion at one time or another, and then it becomes an institution. But life is full of constant changes, especially life in the military. Here are some of the changes that will be taking place as I assume responsibilities as the new station command chaplain. In the present atmosphere of low funding and reduced manpower, we have to seek ways to streamline everything we do. One of those functional areas is how to access the duty chaplain in emergencies. Effective Oct. 1, the Provost Marshal’s Office will no longer be the point of contact if you wish to speak to the duty chaplain. If an emergent situation arises after working hours that requires the assistance of a chaplain, please contact the command duty officer’s desk at (252) 466-5236. Both the wing and station CDOs sit at the same post and will contact a chaplain to assist with your situation. It is my hope that this will simplify the contact process and allow the PMO to do their police work instead of struggling to contact the duty chaplain and notify the CDO of situations that don’t necessarily require police assistance. Now, let’s talk about the rest of the changes. Since I’m the only chaplain at the station, we have to rely on other organizations to pitch-in and help in a number of areas. One of those areas is the duty watch-bill for chaplains, and 2nd MAW has graciously lent a hand to provide in this area. But they also have helped immensely in our community by offering assistance in conducting worship services in our chapel, particularly because we do not have a Protestant chaplain on staff at the moment.

Chaplains serve in the military at the behest of their respective faith group endorsers, and some of those faith groups have restrictions on whom they can provide for in a worship context. For instance, Roman Catholic priest chaplains may only serve the Mass and sacraments to Roman Catholics, Muslim chaplains cannot conduct Christian or Jewish worship services, and likewise Jewish chaplains cannot provide for Muslim or Christian services. Other faith groups have similar restrictions. Such is the case with me. I am an Eastern Orthodox priest and may only provide worship and sacraments to Orthodox Christians (Greek Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, etc.). This has advantages and disadvantages. On the one hand, it may sound restrictive, but on the other hand, if everyone pitches in to fill in the gaps (like the wing has) it actually makes for more options. Starting on Oct. 13, I will conduct the Divine Liturgy of the Orthodox Church in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel on base on Sundays at 11 a.m. This is open to all Orthodox Christians, regardless of their ethnically-based Archdiocese, and of course everyone else is welcome to attend as well. Lastly, it should also be noted, that Navy religious program managers do not make proposals to support worship opportunities solely based on the size of a given faith group. Yes, it is a consideration for space and efficiency, but the right to worship in a military setting and in a designated, set-aside space is equally extended to any faith group that requests it, regardless of the numbers involved. All of this is governed by the provisions of the First Amendment to the Constitution and Title 10 of the U.S. Code. We hope these changes are beneficial to our community, and serve to enhance the services provided by the Chapel, and the station and wing commands.

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CPL. EUCLIDES L. BARAHONA Job Title: Airframe mechanic Unit: Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467 Age: 24 Hometown: Boston Date Joined: March 9, 2009

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The only things Cpl. Euclides L. Barahona keeps up with more than his favorite hometown sports teams... are the Marines and aircraft in his unit. “I love that I get to train Marines and pass on the knowledge I have,” said the airframe mechanic with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467. Barahona’s job as an airframe mechanic is to inspect and supervise the maintenance of airframes and hydraulic systems of the UH-1Y Venom and AH-1W Super Cobra. “At times it can be very difficult keeping supervision of multiple jobs at once,” said Barahona. “But we take on the challenge because it is important that aircraft be ready at a moment’s notice.” Barahona said he enlisted in the Marine Corps with hopes of funding college. The fact that he gets to turn wrenches and get his hands dirty everyday is an added bonus. Barahona is in charge of training new airframe mechanics as well as inspecting tools, jobs and aircraft. “The key to being successful in my job is keeping a clear mind,” said Barahona. “You can’t let anything outside of your job affect your mindset on the job.”

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practice visually identifying aircraft, refreshing technical skills and emphasizing cover and concealment of equipment from the enemy, said Lance Cpl. Howzie Herring, a gunner with Battery B. “Coming out here to the field lets us hone in on our techniques and make everything smoother for the real thing,” he said. The battery conducted security and stabilization patrols throughout the exercise, with probing mock attacks coming from an opposing force trying to break into their perimeter. “Every time we come out here, our ability to provide protection for the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing and Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point’s mission increases,” said Herring.

Marines and Sailors about the CFC, how it works and what charities they are able to contribute to, said Whitbeck. “Each year our goal is to reach out to 100 percent of the personnel on Cherry Point and inform them of the CFC.” But first, there is the CFC Cup says Wayne Snell, a CFC coordinator and human resource specialist with the Civilian Manpower Office. “This event is designed to raise awareness that the CFC is upon us,” he said. Volunteers were on hand during the tournament to explain the CFC fund drive and to collect donations from anyone who wished to donate immediately. For more information about the CFC, visit http://www.cfctoday.org.

JOINT from page A1 anti-surface, anti- air and strike warfare command and control. “The control squadron and the Air Force were able to practice joint and combined combat identification, active air defense, positive and procedural air direction, control the dynamic re-tasking of close air support deep air support, and interdiction and suppression of enemy air defense missions,” said Behne. The operators and maintainers of MACS-2 were the backbone for the training, said Oquinn. Seasoned MACS-2 Marines stepped aside to allow those with less inexperience an opportunity to take advantage of the opportunity to get-realistic, hands-on training and increase their proficiency during the system set-up and execution. Working with the other branches of service and partner nations gave the squadron the opportunity to learn not just from our own lessons learned but from the point of view from others involved,” said Oquinn. The exercise was also conducted with responsible use taxpayer dollars in mind according to Behne. “The great thing was that it was all simulated,” said Behne. “There were no actual aircraft flying and no actual ships out at sea. It saves a lot of money for everyone versus executing a large-scale operation.” “Were able to extend our picture farther so that more people can have a better oversight of what’s going on at all times,” said Oquinn.

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Sgt. Caleb S. Stevens and Cpl. Tony J. Tart communicate a plan of defense during training at Marine Corps Outlying Field Atlantic Sept 19. Stevens and Tart are gunners with Battery B, 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion.

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Landing support specialists conduct training

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Marines with Landing Support Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 17, 1st Marine Logistics Group, attach cargo to the bottom of a CH-46 Sea Knight during a helicopter support team training aboard Camp Pendleton Sept. 17. The seven-man team was responsible for the safe and timely external lift of cargo under two CH-46 Sea Knights.

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Marines with Landing Support Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 17, 1st Marine Logistics Group, attach cargo to the bottom of a CH-46 Sea Knight during a helicopter support team training operation aboard Camp Pendleton, Sept. 17. The seven-man team was responsible for the safe and timely external lift of cargo under two CH-46 Sea Knights.

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – The blades of a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter hum in the background as the Marines strain to hear one another. A Marine helicopter pilot and landing support specialist are communicating plans over the roar. Although they have different tasks ahead, both will benefit from the training. Marines and Sailors with Landing Support Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 17, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conducted helicopter support team training aboard Camp Pendleton, Sept. 17. The seven-man team was responsible for the safe and timely external lift of cargo under two CH-46 Sea Knights. The landing support specialists were there to facilitate the qualifications of helicopter pilots from Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 364. Both units used the time to prepare themselves for future operations by repeatedly conducting aerial lifts of cargo into the night. “The purpose of today’s training is not so much for us, we know what we do and we do it well, but it’s for the [helicopter] squadrons to get their annual training completed,” said Sgt. Christopher Jones, a landing support specialist with LS Company, CLR-17. “That’s normally what we do most the time when we do HSTs stateside.” During the training, the Marines attached a cargo net of oversized tires under the helicopters to simulate the equivalent load of a common aerial resupply. The team consists of an HST commander, safety noncommissioned officer in charge, inside and outside directors, a hookup, static man

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and corpsman. Each has a specific role that ensures the safety and completion of the operation. Though the training was geared towards the pilots, the LS Marines were able to gain some valuable experience under the belly of the helicopter. “This is my first time doing an HST in the fleet,” said Pfc. John Schvab, a landing support specialist with LS Company. “I’m really excited to do it. I’m expecting our team to get in there as quick as possible and get it executed as safely as possible,” he added. The more experienced Marines have recently gained a higher level of responsibility as the structure of an HST within their company has changed. The operation was a chance to test their ability. “It used to be that a staff NCO or officer would come out as the HST supervisor and you would still have a sergeant like myself as the HST commander,” said Jones. “We took a class at LS Company, HST Commanders Course, to help eliminate [the need for a supervisor]. Once you pass the course, you are able to take HSTs out as a sergeant.” It may have been getting dark and late into the evening, but the Marines were still smiling. It was a thrill for them to be out doing what they love, no matter what time of day it was. “I love doing HSTs; it’s my favorite part of the job,” said Jones. “In a nutshell we are the moving company of the Marine Corps – ships, trains, planes, the whole nine yards. [When] you’re underneath the bird, it’s just kind of a rush and it is probably one of the things that keeps me loving the job.”


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Service members enjoy tour of Outer Banks

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Military Fun Day participants receive information at the Cape Lookout Lighthouse during last year’s annual Military Fun Day. The Carteret County Military Affairs committee sponsored event gives Cherry Point military members and their spouses a chance to experience some of the area’s most scenic views.

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Carteret County’s Military Affairs Committee treated more than 120 service members and their spouses to a day of fun along North Carolina’s Outer Banks Friday. Service members boarded ferries bound for Cape Lookout, the site of one of the last few operational lighthouses on the Atlantic coast that operate during the day. For the past four years, the committee’s military fun days have been held on Harkers Island where they honor service members by giving them a tour of the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center and Cape Lookout National Seashore. Diane Warrender said she looks forward to the event every year. “It’s wonderful to get all this support from everyone,” said Warrender, the program director the Military Affairs Committee. “We always get a lot of praise for the things we do for our service members and we are proud of that.” Before the tour, participants gathered around the flagpole outside of the heritage center for a flag raising and opening remarks to mark the beginning of the day before going on to see

what the island had to offer. “I think it’s great to come out here and visit the area for a day of fun,” said Lance Cpl. Derek L. Picklesimer, a reproduction specialist with Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2. “It’s always nice to have people show their appreciation for the military by giving us a chance to enjoy ourselves.” Service members climbed to the top of the Cape Lookout Lighthouse, explored the beach where they were able to view wild horses, watched an educational film titled “Ribbon of Sand” and enjoyed lunch provided by local food establishments. “The point of this day is to introduce our military members to this area of Carteret County which is normally out of the way for service members,” said David M. Heath, the chairman with MAC. “This is a great opportunity to express our appreciation for our military members by giving them a day of fun.” Heath says it is important that the military understands what they do for the community. “The people of Carteret County are truly thankful for what the military does for us,” said Heath.

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Service members board a ferry bound for Cape Lookout, home to one of North Carolina’s only lighthouses that operate during the day Friday. Military members and spouses who participated in Carteret County’s Military Fun Day were treated to a tour of the lighthouse, a movie and lunch.

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Services members receive chicken during Carteret County Military Affairs Committee’s Military Fun Day Friday. The food for the event was provided by local businesses to thank military members for all that they do for the community.


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An MV-22B Osprey conducts a site-survey mission over Pampanga, Republic of the Philippines, Sept. 17 as part of Amphibious Landing Exercise 2014. The recurrence of PHIBLEX, now in its 30th year, demonstrates the U.S. and Republic of the Philippines’ commitment to mutual security and their long-time partnership. The mission helped the Marines develop a better understanding of the area as well as provided them with training they cannot conduct in other parts of the Pacific. The Osprey is with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 166, part of the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s aviation combat element.

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Suicide Prevention Month aims to heighten awareness PFC. VICTOR A. ARRIAGA MCAS CHERRY POINT

Suicide deaths among armed forces personnel exceeded the number of lives lost in combat during 2012, according to Department of Defense statistics. It was not bullets and roadside bombs but suicide that left 349 families of American service members grieving in 2012. Among them were 48 families of active duty Marines left with a few military mementos and many questions. During National Suicide Prevention Month many organizations highlight these tragic facts, seeking to re-focus attention on awareness of the signs of distress, available resources and most importantly, on prevention of such needless loss of life among the nation’s warrior class. Victor Foster said suicide prevention must be on Marines’ minds year-round, not just during Suicide Prevention Month or around major holidays when the subject is one at the forefront of conversation throughout the Department of Defense. “Just because it is Suicide Prevention Month, doesn’t mean we can’t heighten awareness all year,” he said. “If we could do that and save at least one life, then we’ve been successful.” Foster, a prevention and intervention specialist with Marine and Family Programs, says it is up to Marines to

recognize when a brother or sister needs help. “We need to recognize, ask and care for individuals showing any red flags,” said Foster. “We try to help Marines look for any behavioral differences in their fellow Marines with training and awareness.” Marines suffering from stress, financial trouble, workrelated problems, substance abuse, personal setbacks, or a loss of a loved one may be at higher risk for depression and suicidal ideation. Threatening to hurt or kill oneself, talking or writing about death, increasing alcohol or drug use and withdrawing from friends, family and society are all warning signs to which all Marines should pay particular attention. If fellow service members express intent to harm themselves in any way, immediately escorting them to get the help they need is not just an available option but a duty. “We have counselors here who can help any Marine who is struggling,” said Foster. “We offer programs that need to be taken advantage of so we can set Marines up for success and not allow them to hit a wall in their lives.” Cherry Point resources such as chaplains and the Naval Health Clinic’s mental health professionals are available on a walk-in basis for those seeking immediate help. Additionally, Marine and Family Programs offers anger management classes, family advocacy programs and clinical

counseling to help service members learn how to better handle stress in their lives. Cherry Point’s senior enlisted advisor, Sgt. Maj. Benjamin L. Pangborn, says that when a Marine commits suicide, it affects everyone. “When this kind of thing happens, everyone starts questioning themselves asking ‘Did I miss something?’ or ‘Did I do something wrong?’” said Pangborn. “The whole unit is affected, and it’s very hard for us to move on even if we did everything we could have done.” Pangborn urges Marines to step up if they see a Marine having a bad day. Ask how they are doing, and if they need help point them in the right direction. The important thing is to never leave their side and show them what help there is, he said. “Spend that extra time with the Marine and ask the hard questions,” said Pangborn. “If we lose one Marine to suicide, then that is one too many.” The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is free 24 hours a day and can be reached at 1-800-273-8255. The DSTRESS line, exclusively for Marines, Sailors and families to receive anonymous counseling from veteran Marines, former corpsmen and licensed behavioral health counselors, can be reached at 1-877-476-7734.

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The nation observes September as suicide prevention month. For those in the armed forces, it’s a time to raise awareness and remember the service members lost to suicide. There have been 30 suicides in the Marine Corps so far this year according to Department of Defense statistics. Last year’s 48 suicides was the highest number since the Pentagon started filing suicide reports in 2008.

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Marines arrive in Philippines to support exercise

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Philippine Air Force Tech. Sgt. Seno Nellas waits as a KC-130 Hercules aircraft arrives Sept. 14 carrying Marines for Amphibious Landing Exercise 2014 at Clark Air Base, Pampanga, Republic of the Philippines. Nellas is the noncommissioned officer in charge of base operations with the 600th Air Base Wing, part of the Philippine Air Force. The arriving Marines are with the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, the 3d Marine Expeditionary Brigade and III Marine Expeditionary Force.

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CLARK AIR BASE, PAMPANGA, Republic of the Philippines – U.S. Marines arrived at Clark Air Base, Pampanga, Republic of the Philippines, Sept. 14 to prepare for the U.S.-Philippines bilateral Amphibious Landing Exercise 2014. The Marines, from the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 3d Marine Expeditionary Brigade and III Marine Expeditionary Force, are part of the PHIBLEX 14 advanced party and will be providing vital support throughout the training areas during the exercise. “Today, we received Marines with the 13th MEU and 3rd MEB,” said Sgt. Maximilian Leigh, an embarkation specialist with Marine Tactical Air Command

Squadron 18, Marine Air Control Group 18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force. “We have been coordinating incoming flights with the Armed Forces of the Philippines ensuring everything goes smoothly when the Marines arrive.” In order for PHIBLEX 14 to run smoothly from the start, it is critical for a solid logistics and movement plan to be in place at the beginning, according to Leigh. The main focus of the day was to ensure proper accountability of the incoming Marines and then to move them to their respective locations to prepare for bilateral training. “What we do here is very comprehensive and involves many moving parts,” said Leigh. “As soon as the plane touches

down, we are ready with a manifest and joint reception center worksheets in order to maintain accountability.” The incoming flights provide an opportunity for the support personnel involved to do their respective jobs in a real-world, bilateral setting, helping to promote better understanding and increase interoperability. “This whole exercise greatly benefits the relationship between the U.S. and Republic of the Philippines,” said Cpl. Trevor Felten, a joint reception center clerk with 3rd MEB. “Any time we go out on these exercises, both parties can learn from each other and understand different ways of doing things.” PHIBLEX 14 is an annual, bilateral training exercise that enhances security

and stability within the region while also helping to prepare for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief missions. Improving interoperability and working cooperatively with the Armed Forces of the Philippines is critical, according to Chief Warrant Officer Chad Mader, officer in charge, deployment distribution center, 3rd MEB. “We have been operating well with the Philippine forces,” said Mader. “The interaction between us has been very smooth. Whenever we have needed support at the air field, they have been there on spot assisting us with bringing our forces on deck. The reason we are here is to better our forces and to work together to achieve interoperability.”

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Marines conduct expeditionary aerial delivery during exercise

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Staff Sgt. Travis Borkowski pushes a pallet of meals-ready-to eat strapped to parachutes out of an MV-22B Osprey over Crow Valley, Capas, Tarlac, Republic of the Philippines, Sept. 19 during Amphibious Landing Exercise 2014. Bilateral Philippine-U.S. Marine Corps training sustains and reinforces the foundation and framework for a bilateral force to respond rapidly and effectively to regional humanitarian crises. Borkowski is a crew chief with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 166, part of the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s aviation combat element.

III MARINE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE/ MARINE CORPS INSTALLATIONS PACIFIC

CLARK AIR BASE, PAMPANGA, Republic of the Philippines - Marines with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 166, part of the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s aviation combat element, conducted an expeditionary aerial delivery mission Sept. 19 utilizing an MV-22B Osprey above Crow Valley, Capas, Tarlac, Republic of the Philippines, during Amphibious Landing Exercise 2014. The mission entailed dropping three pallets of mealsready-to-eat at various locations throughout Crow Valley using an MC1 low-altitude parachute. “Say a truck carrying supplies to a unit or to a humanitarian relief effort breaks down,” said Cpl. Justine Meza, a parachute rigger with Combat Logistics Battalion 13, the 13th MEU’s logistics combat element. “With these parachutes, we can deliver anything from water to MREs to ammunition to any unit that needs to be resupplied. Often we cannot use vehicles as a means of transportation to get supplies to a certain area. With this system, we can drop whatever they need right to them.” The MV-22B Osprey conducted two flights starting from Clark Air Base. The mission took less than 60 minutes, allowing for an efficient resupply. “Any time we do one of these exercises, air operations are very important, especially here in the Pacific where we may be called upon to help out with humanitarian aid ef-

forts,” said 1st Lt. Adam E. Barkelow, air liaison officer to 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade. 3rd MEB’s aviation combat element during PHIBLEX 14 is Marine Aircraft Group 36, which is part of 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force. “One of the main purposes of this exercise is to increase our ability to deliver equipment and supplies to remote areas where we operate,” said Barkelow. Conducting expeditionary missions, such as aerial deliveries, require attention to detail by everyone involved. “It is very important that the chutes used during these missions are packed and rigged correctly,” said to Lance Cpl. Nathan Corrons, an airborne air delivery specialist with CLB-13. PHIBLEX 14 is an annual, bilateral training exercise that enhances stability and security within the region while also preparing both forces for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief missions, according to Barkelow. The training was critical to maintain readiness to conduct these vital missions. “Being out here and training makes it so we are prepared for any situation that may arise,” said Barkelow. During PHIBLEX 14, U.S. Marines from the 13th MEU, 3rd MEB and III MEF, are partnering with Philippine Marines to conduct a staff planning exercise, field training exercises and humanitarian and civic assistance projects. Bilateral training during PHIBLEX 14 ensures Philippine and U.S. forces are capable of integrating effectively to conduct

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Marines prepare pallets of meals-ready-to-eat to be loaded into an MV-22B Osprey at Clark Air Base for a supply drop mission over Crow Valley Sept. 19 during Amphibious Landing Exercise 2014. Bilateral PhilippineU.S. Marine Corps training sustains and reinforces the foundation and framework for a bilateral force to respond rapidly and effectively to regional humanitarian crises. The Marines are with Combat Logistics Battalion 13, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s logistics combat element.

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Rob Robeson helps his 1-year-old granddaughter feed a goose during the 11th annual Riverwalk Festival in Jacksonville Saturday. This year’s festival featured music, dancing, food, games and a petting zoo.

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Community members and out-of-town visitors shared umbrellas, food and good times Friday and Saturday at the 11th Annual Riverwalk Festival and New River Palooza on the streets of downtown Jacksonville. The festival brings families and friends from Jacksonville and the surrounding areas together for two days of music, shopping, food and fun family activities. The 2nd Marine Division Band was on hand, along with dancers and local bands keeping festival-goers’ entertained while they enjoyed food and walked around the tents. Dozens of vendors lined the streets of downtown Jacksonville during the festival to display their goods and services. “This event is a great way for small businesses to get their name out to the townspeople and be recognized,” said Marianne Conway, a first-time festival-goer from Greenville. The festival featured a petting zoo and pony rides for children as well as carnival and train rides, bouncy houses

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A young boy swings a hammer in hopes of winning a prize Saturday at the Riverwalk Festival in Jacksonville.

Steak and chicken sizzle on a grill at the 11th annual Riverwalk Festival. The festival had a wide variety of food as well as many craft vendors and rides.

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Monday - Pasta primavera, lasagna, chicken rotini casserole, baked ziti with four cheeses, meatballs, baked Italian sausage, boiled rigatoni, boiled spaghetti, simmered ziti, simmered linguine, simmered fettucini, simmered penne rigate, simmered rotini, Italian meat sauce, alfredo sauce, caesar salad, toasted garlic bread and breadsticks Wednesday - Chicken enchiladas, tacobeef filling, burritos, Mexican rice, refried beans with cheese, Mexican corn, shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, chopped onions, sliced jalapeĂąo peppers, taco shells, flour tortillas, taco sauce, salsa, sour cream Friday - Wings of fire, honey-barbecue wings, teriyaki wings, French fried chicken wings, French fried garlic fries, corn on the cob, baked beans, carrot sticks, celery sticks, blue cheese dressing, ranch dressing

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Thursday September 26 Lunch - Cream of broccoli soup, Jamaican jerk chicken, Creole macaroni, cilantro rice succotash, balsamic roasted potatoes Dinner - Chicken and orzo soup, pork scallopini with tomato sauce, baked stuffed shells, rice pilaf, marinara sauce, stewed chick peas with zuchini, mixed vegetables Friday September 27 Lunch - New England clam chowder, maple glazed salmon, turkey pot pie with baking powder biscuits, long grain and wild rice, green beans, cauliflower polonaise Dinner - Turkey, vegetable soup, mambo pork roast, lasagna, candied sweet potatoes, marinara sauce, steamed broccoli, Mexican corn Saturday September 28 Lunch - Beef barley and onion soup, vegetable and black bean enchiladas, chicken and broccoli casserole, confetti rice, Spanish-style beans, steamed vegetable medley Dinner - Cream of chicken soup, java molasses pork loin, Swiss steak with mushroom gravy, Lyonnaise potatoes, buttered egg noodles, stewed tomatoes, peas Sunday September 29 Lunch - Vegetable beef supreme soup, baked citrus herb-crusted fish, fried chicken, brown rice pilaf, red bliss mashed potatoes, cream gravy, green bean casserole, corn Dinner - Turkey noodle soup, creamy Cajun shrimp penne, meat loaf, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, brown gravy, Louisiana-style smothered squash, okra melange Monday September 30 Lunch - Minestrone soup, beef short ribs, chicken and Italian vegetable pasta, steamed rice, roasted zucchini, steamed baby carrots Dinner - Bayou jerk pork loin, turkey meatloaf, buttered egg noodles, islander’s rice, Lyonnaise wax beans, broccoli polonaise, brown gravy, chicken gumbo soup Tuesday October 1 Lunch - Salmon with tomato cucumber relish, chicken fried chicken, rice pilaf, mashed potatoes, sausage gravy, southernstyle greens, cream of potato soup Dinner - Roast beef, baked ziti with Italian sausage, parsley buttered potatoes, peas, vegetable stir fry, toasted garlic bread, navy bean soup, horseradish sauce Wednesday October 2 Lunch - Santa fe glazed chicken, baked smoked chicken, Southwest orzo pasta, potatoes, corn on the cob, mustard greens, raison sauce, chunky beef noodle soup Dinner - Swedish meatballs, spicy shrimp with cheesy grits, rice pilaf, French fried cauliflower, French cut green beans, brown gravy, chicken noodle soup

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With hunting seasons under way, hikers should take a few extra precautions before venturing out. The key is to know where and when hunters will be active both aboard the air station and off and to avoid any scenario where the hiker may become the unintentional victim of a hunting accident. Following are a few key points to consider before strapping on a backpack and stepping off into the wild. â&#x20AC;˘ Familiarize yourself with hunting season dates and hunting areas. A number of seasons have already opened, and October and November will be some of the busiest months. Check season dates at http://www.ncwildlife.

org. Air Station Order P1710.1M contains maps of hunting areas aboard Cherry Point, Marine Corps Auxiliary Landing Field Bogue and Marine Corps Outlying Field Atlantic. â&#x20AC;˘ Wear bright clothing to make yourself more visible. Choose colors that stand out, such as red, orange or pink, and avoid blacks, browns and greens. â&#x20AC;˘ If you hike with a dog, keep it on a leash and consider having it wear its own brightly-colored pack. â&#x20AC;˘ Make noise as you move. If you do hear shooting, raise your voice and let hunters know that you are there. â&#x20AC;˘ Know your own comfort level. If hunting makes you uneasy, choose to hike in a location where hunting is not allowed, such as a national or state park.


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Octoberfest The New Bern Farmers Market will host Octoberfest Friday featuring Wilmington’s authentic Blaskaspelle Band and the Harbor Towne Fest Band. The event costs $15 for adults and $5 for children 7–12; children 6 and under are free. Beer, wine, soft drinks, pretzels and dessert will be available for purchase. Tickets will be available through Thursday at Beer Army located at 4412 Highway 70 East, Mitchell Hardware located at 215 Craven Street and River Bend Country Club located at 94 Shoreline Drive. For more information or to purchase tickets online visit, http://www.NewBernRotary.org.

► Surf Fishing Workshop The North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores will host a Surf Fishing Workshop Oct. 18–20. Participants will learn about rods, reels, tackle, bait, species identification, catch and release, how to find fish, cast netting and more. The cost is $150 per person, which includes transportation. For more information, call 247-4003 or visit www.ncaquariums.com/pine-knoll-shores.

2013 North Carolina Shell Show The Cape Fear Museum of History and Science in Wilmington, N.C., will host the annual North Carolina Shell Show Saturday from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Spectacular seashell exhibits prepared by members of the North Carolina Shell Club will be on display. Free shells will be given to children. The event is an opportunity to learn more about seashells, both local and worldwide. For more information, call (910) 798-4370. Outdoor Exploration Marine Corps Family Team Building will host Deployed Spouses Outdoor Exploration Day Oct. 11 from 10 a.m.– noon at Ordnance Point. Kayaks, canoes and stand-up paddle boards will be provided along with a yoga class presented by Semper Fit. The free event is intended to help reduce the stress of deployment in a positive way and provide spouses with a necessary break from their normal routines. For more information, call 466-4908. ► The Soundtrack of Freedom The 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Band will host The Soundtrack of Freedom Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. at the station theater. It will perform several selections including Les Miserables, The Incredibles and Star Trek. The event is free and open to the public. MUMFEST The 33rd annual MUMFEST will be held Oct. 12–13 in downtown New Bern. The festival combines family fun, entertainment, attractions, exhibitors and savory foods and is enjoyed by more than 90,000 festival-goers every fall. For more information, visit http://www.mumfest.com or

Disabled Veterans Meetings Chapter 26 of the Disabled American Veterans meets the third Wednesday of the month at the Senior Center in Havelock at 7 p.m. For information, call Ancil Jones at 349-0006. Cadet program A cadet program for children ages 12–18 will be hosted by the Civil Air Patrol on Tuesday nights from 6:30–9 p.m. Meetings will be held at building 4101. For more information, call 2693309. Baby Boot Camp New Parent Support Program hosts a free Baby Boot Camp monthly at the Training and Education Building. The next Baby Boot Camp is Wednesday from 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Parents with children 1-year-old or younger will receive a hands-on experience learning to adjust to parent-

Havelock Chili Festival The Havelock Chili Festival will take place Oct. 18–19 beginning at 5 p.m. on Oct. 18 and 10 a.m. on Oct. 19. The event will feature live entertainment, chicken wing competition, chili verde cook-off competition, chili verde for people’s choice awards, a red chili cook-off, booth competition and a salsa recipe competition. For more information, visit http://www.chilifestival.org. Carolina BalloonFest The Carolina BalloonFest will be held Oct 18–20 in Statesville, N.C. Colorful balloons and their crews compete for prizes culminating in an illuminated balloon glow in the evening. The festival will feature craft beer, regional wine tastings, live entertainment and more. Oct. 18–20 For more information, visit http://www.carolinaballoonfest. com. ► 10th Annual Emerald Isle Triathlon The Emerald Isle Business Association and Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation will host the 10th annual Emerald Isle Triathlon Oct. 19 beginning at 8 a.m. The race includes a 750 meter swim in the ocean, 19.3k bike ride and a 5k run. To register or for more information, call 354-6350 or visit http://bit.ly/1othannual. ► Household hazardous waste collection The Coastal Environmental Partnership will conduct a household hazardous waste collection event Oct. 12 at Craven Community College in New Bern from 8 a.m.–1 p.m. and the Pamlico County Courthouse in Bayboro from 9 a.m.–noon. Morehead Manor A haunted house will be held at the Crystal Coast Civic Center Oct. 25–26 from 7:30 p.m.–midnight. Tickets are $10 each and will be available for purchase at Merve’s Joke Shop, Jack’s Waterfront Bar, the Crystal Coast Civic Center and the Carteret Chamber of Commerce. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/mhm2013.

hood. Reservations are required. To register, call 466-3651. Domestic Violence Support Support groups for victims of domestic violence are provided by the Carteret County Domestic Violence Program. Meetings take place Wednesdays at 6 p.m. For more information, call 7283788. L.I.N.K.S. for Marines Marine Corps Family Team Building hosts a Lifestyles, Insights, Networking, Knowledge and Skills course, for Marines class at the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training every month. The next class is Oct. 16 from 7 a.m.– noon. Marines will get a chance to test their knowledge of Marine Corps history, culture and traditions while discovering resources, services and benefits avail-

able on base. They will also gain insight on separation and deployments. For more information, call 466-4637. Ready for Anything Marine Corps Family Team Building hosts a Ready for Anything workshop each month at building 232. The next workshop is Oct. 23 from 9:30 a.m.–noon. The workshop guides Marines, their spouses and family members through the logistical, financial and emotional aspects of deployment. Welcome Aboard Expo Cherry Point hosts a Welcome Aboard Expo each month at Miller’s Landing. The expo is open to all new Marines, Sailors, civilian employees and spouses. The next expo is Oct. 16 at 9 a.m. For questions or to register, contact Sandy Langlo is at 466-5743.

Sundays 9 a.m. – Liturgical Protestant Service, Fellowship Chapel 9 a.m. – Roman Catholic Mass, Memorial Chapel 11 a.m. – Contemporary Worship Service, Memorial Chapel

11:45 a.m. – Roman Catholic Mass, St. Michael’s Chapel

Hotlines Station Inspector 466-3449 Fraud, Waste and Abuse If you know of or suspect any fraud, waste or abuse aboard MCAS Cherry Point, call 4662016. Suicide/Stress To talk to someone at the National Suicide

Hotline, call 1-800-273-8255. To seek confidential counseling with personal battles, call the DSTRESS line at 1-877-476-7734. Sexual Assault This procedure is not meant to replace calling 911 if you are in immediate danger. Immediately call 665-4713, which is monitored 24/7. Severe Weather and Force Protection Cherry Point personnel call 466-3093. FRC East personnel call 464-8333. DLA personnel call 466-4083.

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Whistle Stop Thrift Shop The Whistle Stop offers a wide variety of inexpensive, previously-owned clothing, uniforms and merchandise to Navy and Marine Corps members and their families. All proceeds go toward the Officer Spouses Club and financial assistance program. The Whistle Stop is located in building 1691 and is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. For more information, http://visitwww.cherrypointosc.org.

Marine and Family Programs Marine, Family Programs Office Numbers Building 298 • Library – 466-3552. • Retired Activities – 466-5548. Building 232 • Exceptional Family Member Program – 466-3305. • Child Development Resource and Referral – 466-3595. Building 232 • Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program – 466-5490. • Substance Abuse Counseling – 466-7568. • New Parent Support Program – 466-3651. • Family Advocacy Program – 466-3264. • Military Family Life Consultant – 339-6084. • Families Overcoming Under Stress Representative – 466-7137. Building 4335 • Education – 466-3500. • The Family Member Employment Program, Transition Assistance Management Program, Relocation Assistance Program and accredited financial counselors can be reached at 466-4201. Budget for Baby The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society offers Budget for Baby classes. To register, call 466-2031. Breastfeeding Class The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society offers free breastfeeding classes to expectant mothers. The purpose of the class is to help prepare the mother to be ready and confident to breastfeed once the baby arrives. To register, call 466-2031. Veterans’ Assistance A representative from the Veterans Affairs Office visits Cherry Point each Thursday in building 4335. Call 466-4201 for assistance. Marine Corps Family Team Building Educational resources and services to foster personal growth and enhance the readiness of Marine Corps families. Marine Corps Family Team Building is located in Building 232. For more information, email family.readiness@ usmc.mil.

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98 CENT ONLY STORE (BIG DADDY) WESLEY’S GROCERY COASTAL SMOKE SHOP EXPRESSIONS FLYERS (AKA FLYERS 101, BIKERS, BEERS AND BABES (NORTH SHORE) FRIDAY’S NIGHT CLUB (AKA CLUB INSOMNIA, CLUB CLASSICS, INFINITY LOUNGE) H&D EXPRESS (AKA CITGO) NADINE’S FOOD MART SUPER EXPRESSWAY TOBACCO OUTLET (HAVELOCK AND NEW BERN) TOBACCO SHOP TOBACCO SHOP & GIFTS (BEAUFORT AND NEW BERN) TOBACCO TOWN TWIN RIVERS (NOT THE MALL) WHITE SANDS CONVENIENCE STORE

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ATHEAS ATTIC BELL AUTO SALVAGE II C&K AUTO/ C&A AUTO REPAIR DASH-IN DISCOUNT TOBACCO D’S DRIVE THRU D’S QUICK MART EXPRESSIONS EXPRESS WAY KING’S DRIVE THRU LAIRD’S AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR (U-HAUL RENTAL) MOE’S MART MP SUPER DISCOUNT NEW YORK TOBACCO CENTER (AKA TOBACCO FOR LESS) NORTHERN LIGHTS SMOKE SHOP ONE STOP SHOP PRICE IS RIGHT LAWN DESIGN SMART BUY SMITTY’S R&R TOBACCO TOBACCO CLUB TOBACCO HOUSE CIGARETTE CENTER TOBACCO LEAF VETERANS AFFAIRS SERVICE (A PRIVATE ORGINIZATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS OR THE VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC


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CRAVEN AG SERVICES, INC.

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Roofing

CHRIS & SON ROOFING 25 years experience. All work guaranteed. Free estimates. (252)521-7308

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Appliances WANT TO BUY washers, dryers, ranges & refrigerators. Working or need repair. Home Service Calls. Call (910)389-9822.

Bath Remodeling FREE DESIGN FREE PEACE OF MIND REPUTATION PRICELESS Gallo Tile (252)671-1500 40 years plus! Builder A AAA+ Professional Remodeling & Repairs. Will beat any reasonable written estimate. Quality work with 3 year warranty. Kitchens, baths, flooring, roofing, tile, painting etc. Floor, foundation & structural specialist! Member of BBB. P & R (252)633-6675

Compost/Topsoil

CERTIFIED CLASS A Compost $25/ton, mulch and topsoil, $25/ ton. Will deliver. No order too large or too small. (252)633-5334

GARDEN TOOLS, SCISSORS, KNIVES, Carbide blades and more. (252)626-2908

TEMPORARY QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL IN CRAVEN COUNTY Responsible for providing person centered clinical support for people with intellectual/ developmental disabilities and the supervision of staff. Some evening and weekend hours may be required. 4 year degree in a human service field and at least 2 years post-baccalaureate supervised habilitative experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities. Should be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel programs.

APPLY ONLINE: www.MonarchNC.org

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Drivers FLUTE LESSONS. 9 years experience, will teach 7th through 12th grade who’d like to learn basic skills and techniques. Lessons in the comfort of your home. Call 252-269-7045, ask for Rose.

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Dodson Pest Control, Jacksonville & Wilmington areas. HS Diploma or GED and valid DL required. FAX RESUMES TO: (919)661-6049 OR EMAIL: region084@dodsonbros.com

DRIVER NEEDED

TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

CLASS A CDL LOCAL SPREADER TRUCK & TRACTOR OPERATOR & CDL VACUUM TRUCK OPERATOR Drug testing, clean driving record and background check required. PICK UP APPLICATION MONDAY-FRIDAY AT: 2115 Hwy. 55 West. New Bern

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SATURDAY 28TH 7AM-1PM. 100 Crystal Lake Dr. Havelock. Miscellaneous, decroative and household items.

ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPPIES AKC, POS, shots UTD, Vet checked. Fawn & white, 5 females, born-8/9/13. $1800 910-389-3838 DOG CLASSES with DONA BAKER Proven methods = great results! In-home, group, and CGC classes. (252)672-K9ED (5933)

DOG SCHOOL Basic/Advanced training for all breeds! wellerkennels.com New Bern, NC (252)636-5225

(252)633-5334

Experienced Roofers

Must pass base background check, NCDL a plus. Apply at: R E Bengel Sheet Metal,1311 N Craven St. or download & email application at: www.rebengel.com

St Christopher’s Church

in Havelock is in need of an organist/pianist for Sunday morning 10:00AM service to play Traditional/Contemporary Music. Compensation is negotiable call 252-726-8553 for information.

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ECONOMY HOME IMPROVEMENT Small business big value. Craven & surrounding. Room additions, garages, decks, vinyl siding, painting, remodeling, fencing. Lifetime metal and shingle roofs. Credit cards accepted. (252)514-7856

FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE! At J.L Kirkman’s Antique Mall we always have quality furniture for every room in the house. We purchase “whole estates “and that’s a lot of nice stuff! Whatever your needs, check with us first! Our mall is always loaded with very nice things for your gift giving. Very reasonable! *See facebook* “A short trip across the bridge to Bridgeton”! M-F 9-6, Sat. 10-6 No Sun. (252)634-2745

SPECIAL MARKET SAMPLER Sofa & Chair or Sofa & Love Seat Asst Color REG $899 1/2 Price $449.50 Plaza Superstore Havelock 252-447-0314

to tow 1,000 gallon nurse tank with pick up truck. Experience needed.

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Delivering phone books in Craven Jones and Pamlico Counties. $7-$9/hour. Up to $15/hour possible. Must have license & own transportation. Call 410-289-2145

Meridian SeniorLiving New Bern House

Now Hiring FACILITIES MANAGER Apply in Person 2915 Brunswick Ave No phone calls please.

Flooring HARDWOOD FLOORS Sanding, refinishing, staining, repairs & install. Old floors made new. Call (252)286-1017 for estimates.

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Coastal Enterprises of Jacksonville, Inc. is seeking a full time

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DAD & THE BOYS LLC

Residential construction, remodeling, vinyl siding, lawn care, seamless gutters, flooring, all types of roofing, painting, drywall and decks. Fully Insured. (252)633-1800 3217 Hwy 70 E. New Bern, NC Located next to Craven Motorsports www.dadandtheboys.com

Handyman A-1 HANDYMAN SERVICE No job too small. Reasonable rates! (252)229-7016

Handyman

EASTERN SERVICES Electrical, plumbing, painting, pressure washing, tree removal, landscapng & more. FREE estimates! (252) 229-5647

Handyman QUICK SERVICE Can remodel, repair, build, paint, fix or install anything! Foundation and structural specialist. Warranty on all work, licensed. Member of BBB. (252)633-6675

to develop employment opportunities and instruction at worksites for adults with disabilities. This position requires occasional evening/night work. Duties include acting as a liaison and advocate for the employee, designing and implementing workplace accommodations. Previous experience working with adults with disabilities required. Individual must be dependable, detail oriented and a self starter. Must have own transportation and be able to obtain/maintain a Base contractor’s ID. Wages/benefit commensurate with experience. CEI is an equal opportunity employer. Send Resumes to: 224 White St. Jacksonville NC 28546

Hauling

TOPSOIL, SAND, ROCK, grading, drainage, culvert pipe. Ditching, rock/dirt road building, asphalt, concrete removal, demo, pool fill-ins, clean-ups, seeding. Reid Avery (252)638-2801 or 229-3713

Lawn Care

1 ECU Lawn Care LLC. General lawn care and irrigation services. (252)229-8129 or (252)288-4986

We are a senior living community looking to hire

•Certified CNAs & Med Techs •Bus Driver with CDL & passenger endorsements •Security for 11pm-7am shift.

Apply in person at The Courtyards of New Bern. 2701 Amhurst Blvd New Bern NC, 28562. NO PHONE CALLS! Previous applicants need not apply.

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PART-TIME CASHIER STORE CLERK

New Bern Salvation Army Family Stores Apply in person to Manager at 310 Queen Street New Bern September 23-25 between 9am-4pm No phone calls please.

Hauling

Amerson Spreader Co., LLC Rock, sand, topsoil, tractor mowing. Free estimates! 252-670-1878

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PHOTOGRAPHER SEEKING Amateur models ages 18-40. I will provide portfolio/ID at interview. You must show photo ID. Send your name, email (no home addresses/phone numbers please), and town/city of residence to: JustForLadies2013@yahoo.com, write Model/Last name in subject line, and attach recent photo. I will respond to all sincere applicants.

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BEST of the BEST UP-SELLERS WANTED! REPEAT PROMOTIONS B2B TELESALES Realistic wages $10 - $30 hour plus bonuses! Clean, no drama, New Bern office (252)639-9937

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Find it in the Classifieds! Or if you don’t find it in the “Lost & Found” section, you can place your own ad there and let the finder... find you! The Classifieds are your best connection to meet up with buyers, sellers, prospective employers or employees. Call today to place your Classified Ad. 1-888-328-4802 Windsock

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1878 Cottage that has been updated over the years. The County gives it an effective age of 1950. Home has vinyl siding, new insulated windows and a lot of work has been done to make it ready to sell. Some new kitchen cabinets and sink. Newer Paint inside

Lot 1 Cypress Ridge Rd~ $50,000 Beautiful Lot in Cypress Landing for your custom home within walking distance to golf course, community pool, Bay Club, tennis courts and deep water marina.

MLS#85545 Linda Rawls 252-444-3333

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MLS#89302 Richard Burrows 252-349-4560

471 Old Kinston Trenton Rd ~ $78,900 Looking for room and affordable price? This is it! 3 B/R 2 Bath home situated on 1.37 acres. Large kitchen that opens to the family room w/ fireplace. Formal D/R and L/R. Roomy Master suite w/bath. Separate laundry room and computer room/office. Nice rural location. Call today!

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68 Quarterdeck ~ $84,900

2406 Educational Drive ~ $84,900

Make an Offer! House completely redone with new roof, heat pump, vinyl windows, flooring, fixtures and more. This house is in turn-key condition includes a fenced in back yard and storage shed. Ample closet space, large living areas and 2 tile bathrooms make this home a great deal. MLS#86177 Rowland Bowen 252-259-6904

New sink, faucet, Disposal and all new Laminate flooring down/up stairs. on the 17th fairway at River Bend Country Club.

Nice Duplex w/ large Living Room and Bedrooms. Fenced Backyard. Close to schools, shopping and medical facilities.

MLS#90337Barry Evans 252-259-5076

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3702 Colony Drive ~$89,900

3BR/2.1 Bath Townhouse on the golf course & Perfect starter home or rental property. 3 pond. Brand new heat pump. Great Investment! BR 2 Baths. All new flooring & interior paint. Fireplace, fenced backyard, storage Call the Tyson Team shed & deck. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#87233 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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MLS#88814 Patty Douglas 252-670-6100

711 CC Road ~ $91,900 UPDATED HOME!. $2500 BCC, Spacious kitchen with tons of counter space. Extra office area in FamRm w/wdburning stove. Large workshop 25x30 w/garage door, electricity, Property convenient to New Bern, Greenville and Washington - perfect for ECU commute. Surrounded by active farming community. MLS#85741 Linda Rawls 252-444-3333

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4 possibly 5 B/R home across from National WOW-WOW-WOW EVERYTHING INSIDE IS NEW NEW . HARDWOOD FLOORS, WALLS, Cemetery. Priced well below tax value. X-lg NEW WIRING, PLUMBING, KITCHEN CABS, GRANITE TOPS, STAINLESS APPLIANCES, SINKS, TUBS, laundry room. Great buy at $50/sq. ft. Ideal TOILETS ALL NEW. for a large family. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com www.tysonandhooksrealty.com

MLS#87043 Linda Rawls 252-444-3333

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2705 Trent Road ~ $109,900 Reduced!!! Not new, but a very nice basic home. Would be a great first time home, with potential to be worth much more some day. Additional 300+ Sq. ft not heated with central heat. Also enclosed front and back porch not included in sq. ft. Zoned buisness/ commercial.

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1720 Racetrack Road ~ $115,000 Wonderful 3 bedroom 1.5 bath home with several outbuildings (some w/elec). Newer hardwood floors, appliances and fresh paint. HUGE backyard, this one is a must see!

MLS#86818 The Bartram Team 252-636-7313 & 252-670-2440

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1813 Tryon Road ~ $115,000 DEGRAFFENRIED 4 B/R 2 BATHS. NEEDS TLC. CALL “THE TYSON TEAM”

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Large Older Home in the Bridgeton Area. Heat pump approx. 2 years old. Large Yard. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#89370 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

108 Manchester ~ $124,900 Immaculate 3BR/2BA home. Great opportunity for a charming home close to everything. Cathedral ceiling in LR w/ beautiful brick F/P. Eat-in Kit. w/ Appl. Deck overlooks Lg. fenced backyard. Sgl. Car garage. Convenient to schools & Cherry Point. Termite Contract. Home Warranty. Alarm Sys. Prog. Energy.

800 Park Drive ~ $125,000 Great price on this 3 Bed, 2 Bath home. Corner Lot on almost half acre! New carpet & paint. Bangert School. Call for More Info. MLS#89401 Angela Javanovich 252-474-5627

3416 Richard Court ~ $129,900 Brand new construction and still time to pick your own colors! Beautiful 3BR/2BA with open floor plan. Upgrades include stainless front appliances and wood laminate flooring in living room, dining and kitchen! Kitchen features raised counter seating, range/ microwave/dishwasher. Private back yard!

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129 Buckskin Drive ~ $116,500 Nice 3B/R 2 Bath home in Surrey Downs ready to move in. Fenced backyard & large master bedroom.

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107 Charles Street ~ $123,710 Owner-built solid masonry home in an established neighborhood with mature landscaping and spring flowers. Renovations include new kitchen, paint inside and out, insulated windows, storm doors, recent roof and HVAC. Sep.newly-tiled shower in large Laundry Room. MLS#88754 Linda Rawls 252-444-3333

313 Miller Blvd. ~ $104,900 Pristine, recently restored and you'll appreciate the extra large parking pad.Laminate flooring, ceiling fans, crown molding, vinyl windows, FR. porch, large rear deck and storage shed. Five minutes to front gate Cherry Point. Yard is also as immaculate. MLS#84179 Barry Evans 252-259-5076

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1052 Orange Street ~ $99,000 Charming 3 BR/ 1 Bath home close to downtown Newport. Nice yard with tree line for privacy. New paint and back deck with swing for relaxing.

5301 Morton Road ~ $129,900 Wonderful home with good space to entertain inside or outside. A large fenced in yard, private patio and storage barn are some extras outside. Inside, the bright home has flexible living space, a roomy kitchen and separate laundry room.

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This 3 Bed, 2 Bath is over 2000 square feet! Huge Carolina Room with separate heat pump. Roof, Stove, Water Heater,Fridge,Roof less than 2 Years Old! Home Warranty Included! No Flood Insurance.

Nice brick home, cozy living room with wood burning fireplace. Kitchen is very spacious with nice dining area. Home also has a large backyard for entertaining with a privacy fence. Extra parking area also. Seller negotiable! Make an appointment today!

Established brick home on Spencer Avenue with lots of potential but in need of fixing up and TLC. Double lot. Priced to sell.

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216 Bandon ~ $138,000 1,600 sqft in this great 3 BR/2 BA Open floor plan home. Kitchen has granite countertops & all appliance. Gas Pack Heat & Air. Rennai Hot Water System. Fenced back yard. Six years left on Builders Warranty. Convenient location off Hwy 17/Martin Luther King Blvd. Great location - close to schools.

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5304 Hatcher Road ~ $148,750

If looking for a DOLL HOUSE in Trent Wood, this is it! Floor plan opened up & kitchen updated with stainless steel appliances and granite. Hardwood floors throughout with tile floors in the bathroom. Adorable window treatments. Fabulous landscaping and privacy lot backs to wooded area. PROGRESS ENERGY!

Charm and Character! Lovely shaded setting with roomy brick veneer home. Spacious inside and out, fenced back yard, driveway lined with trees, covered front porch! Living room offers fireplace w/built-ins, new carpet in bedrooms, new roof, garage w/storage area & separate laundry room, back deck!

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Location, location, location! This home offers 4 BR/ 3 BA with a fully appointed eat-in kitchen, formal DR, formal LR, family room with fireplace & separate laundry. In-law suite has private bath! Large corner lot, well maintained and Duke/Progress Energy. HVAC replaced 2009. Priced to sell~call today!

MLS#91016 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315

4204 Yarmouth Road ~ $155,000

208 Country Club Drive ~ $159,900

4 b/r 2.1 bath home in Trent Woods. Fenced-in back yard. Family room w/fireplace w/gas logs. Great neighborhood.

5207 Moye Road ~ $150,000

Spacious 4 bed, 2 bth Kings Row home. Has open, splt flr plan, lrg mstr suite w/dbl seat, walk-in shwr. Big eat-in ktchn, open to lrge lvg rm w/vaulted ceiling, brkfst bar & gas fireplace. Screened porch w/fenced back yard. Easy access to shops, rstrnts, drs, schs, Cherry Pt MCAS & Camp Lejeune.

Nice 3 b/r 2 bath brick home in Trent Woods on .85 ac. Near NBG&CC & EC Yacht Club. Walking distance to Bangert School. New roof. Mature yard.

MLS#86341 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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Located on a cul-de-sac in Fox Hollow, this brick home features a LR/Dining room with a fireplace. Fenced backyard. Nice storage building. Wooded lot and patio. This well kept home has plenty of space for kids and is close to schools.

3303 Tack House Road ~ $169,900

4403 Haywood Farm Road ~ $172,900

Beautifully maintained and upgraded 1700 sqft 3 bedroom 2 bath in Bangert School District. Vaulted ceilings, oak hardwood, crown and panel mouldings and gas fireplace. Separate laundry room, shed and wood deck out back.

3 BR, 2.5 bath, private backyard with big deck for entertaining. Well built home with nice size rooms, close to everything!

MLS#90930 Jack Morton 252-259-4736

MLS#91052 The Bartram Team 252-636-7313 & 252-670-2440

Would you like your own mini-farm in Grantsboro 20 minutes from New Bern? Scenic pecan trees, grape arbor, crepe myrtles & dogwoods, vegetable gardens, solid brick home, with large rooms. New windows in 2007. Well Pump newer. Price includes over six acres. Beautiful high land. Can be subdivided.

MLS#90641 Carlene Burke 252-626-5086

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2105 Fox Horn ~ $165,000

1361 Old Bay River Road ~ $175,000

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111 Barden Drive ~ $175,000 Lovely 4 bdrm, 2.5 bath home in Sherwood Forest at the end of Barden Drive. Home looks good, is well maintained. The home is Brick and Board in a city neighborhood minutes to MCAS Cherry Point. Rooms are spacious. New carpet. Large yard. Garage was made into Family room and it could easily be convented if desired. MLS#89042 Linda Rawls 252-670-8787

785 Askin Brick Road ~ $179,900 3000 Brices Creek Road ~ $185,000 Spacious 7 BR / 4 Bath home currently being used as a group home facility. Fenced in large lot w/ 1.15 ac. Close to Croatan National Forest. MLS# 90948 www.tysonhooksrealty.com

3 BR 3 Bath townhome in River Bend. Immaculate. Glassed-In Room. Includes boat slip.

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Inside is warmth and welcome, from the front door large foyer looks into a natural faced fireplace. On the right is a 13x10 formal dining room. The Kitchen 20x14 with lots of cabinets, large eat-in area and over looks a stunning deck and yard. A marvelous 12x20 workshop. Home Warranty for buyer.

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5922 Santo Domingo Ct ~ $195,000 4911 Creekside Drive ~ $199,900 Ready to move in. Low maintenance, located on cul-de-sac overlooking former golf course. Upon entering, the vaulted living room features a gas fireplace, laminate flooring and a great view. Large bonus room could be 4th bedroom. Workshop, screened porch and a great price.

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23 Pier Point ~ $189,500

Country living in this 4 B/R 2.5 bath brick home. Beautiful location. Large trees & mature landscape. Chicken Coop. Workshop. In-Ground Pool.

424 Innisbrook Lane ~ $199,900 3 bedroom 2 bath on the 8th Fairway of the Emerald golf course. Close knit community and great location. Free Golf Membership MLS#88295 The Bartram Team 252-636-7313 & 252-670-2440

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605 Pinetree Drive ~ $200,000 5 B/R 3 Bath Home Close to Hospital & Shopping. Presently Under Lease. Great Investment. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#89309 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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102 Magnolia Lane ~ $215,000

Very nice 3 BR, 2 BA house with 1.8 acres of beautifully landscaped yard. Features a double attached garage and a separate detached garage and workshop with electricity. Another feature is the 16 x 30 Sunroom.

Updated brick 3 B/R 2 Bath home in Taberna. Top-notch condition. Well-manicured lawn. Cathedral & Tray ceilings. Screened porch & patio with fenced backyard. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com

American Colonial New England "salt Box" home. Sits on a large, beautiful private lot with dogtrot style porch where you can enjoy all views. Garages accessed in back keeping with the clean lines of the home. Geothermal Heat/Air. Large rooms impeccable details with custom builtins. COUNTY TAX ONLY!

4 BR/2 ½ bath home: Older but better than new with the following updates: Granite Countertops, New paint inside and outside, New Mannington Hardwood Floors downstairs, new carpet upstairs, bathrooms remods, workshop, and the list goes on. A great house priced at $238700. Work is ongoing at this time but will be completed by mid-July. Take a look at this great house.

MLS#91552 Jack Morton 252-259-4736

MLS#89737 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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MLS#90237 Linda Rawls 252-670-8787

540 Washington Post Road ~ $204,900

502 Neuchatel ~ $209,900

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FOR SALE BY OWNER - 3 bedroom, 2 bath, den, detached wired workshop, a whole house generator, separate well for landscaping and new siding. Show by appointment only! (252)223-6115

SPECIAL BUY! Contour chairs, assorted Colors REG $349 1/2 Price $174.50 Plaza Superstore Havelock 252-447-0314

AFFORDABLE BARNS! 12X16 $1,995; 12x20 $2,595; 16x16 $2,795. Other sizes available. Built on your lot. Call (252)531-0664 or 800-218-BARN, Ayden

CLEAN LONG LEAF PINE STRAW $4.50 per bale! Delivered! (252)244-1738

CENTIPEDE SOD Delivery or pick up. Installation available! (252) 229-2557

403 FAIRWAY DRIVE, TRENT WOODS 3BR/2BA overlooking golf course, 2 car carport, quiet neighborhood. Low utilities! $1,000/ month! No pets. (252)671-7247 411 LEFITTE DR. Scenic Neuse Harbor, 2 story, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, den, fireplace, garage, great neighborhood. $1400. WM Ent. 252-635-5059 3/2 2,000sq.ft. Historic Spacious Picket fences, nice kitchen, lots of storage, $985/mo. 252-349-1913

2 BEDROOM 1.5 BATH DUPLEX Riverbend. $750/month. (252) 675-9200 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH 8275 Hwy. 304, Messic, Pamlico County. $525 per month plus deposit. Call (252)322-9983 or (336)228-8029 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH Water view & access, garage. Wildlife Road. No pets. $750 (252)675-9200 4 + BED, 3 BATH Waterfront, docks, decks, 2 pools, golf, gym. Fairfield Harbour, New Bern. $1,100 a month. 1(336)358-6184 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom. 1558 Antioch Rd. $750/month + deposit. No pets! (252) 349-1823

2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Trent Rd, Glenburnie Rd, Tyson Mgmt 252-514-0188

4 BEDROOMS Large storage, deck, outside fireplace, new a/c, no pets, 2 miles from base, direct deposit. 129 Bryan Blvd. $800 (252)2233258

$50 PER MONTH! 8’x20’, 160 sq.ft., We deliver to your site. On-Site Storage (910) 389-3659

335 MCCOTTER BLVD. Havelock. 3 Bedroom 1½ bath home. $850/mo. Call (843)252-6595

BRICES CROSSING 3 BED 2-1/2 BATH Like new home in Creekside school district. Huge master suite, hardwood floors & more! $1,200/ month. Sithens Realty Group (252)814-6448

CLEAN-FURNISHED-NO SMOKING Near Tryon Palace. $125 week & up. (252)249-2200 HAVELOCK NC Great location, move in, everything furnished, no deposits, extended stay less than $24 day, next to Food Lion. Hostess House Motel 252-447-3689 LARGE BEDROOM WITH private bath. Shared laundry room & kitchen. Large living & dining room with patio. No pets. 2 miles from New Bern. $500/month + deposit. Utilities included. (252)229-9844

WATERFRONT CONDO in River Bend. Very nice! Room for rent, share expenses. Unfurnished: $400 & furnished: $450. Deposit & references. (434)470-1348

220 Apartments for Rent 1 & 2 Bedroom October Special. 1/2 off first full months rent. Bear Foot Landing Appartments. Trent Rd. (252)288-6879

VT Hackney, Washington NC Location has an immediate opening for a:

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Candidates must be able to program various CNC metal fabricating machinery using ProCAM and ProNest software. They must also have the ability to operate fabrication equipment, accurately diagnose machine problems and fix them accordingly. Candidates are required to have experience in AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, knowledge of blue prints and a 2 year degree or appropriate experience. VT Hackney offers an excellent 4-10 hour/week schedule. First shift work only.

Interested applicants can apply by mailing a resume to: 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENTS Waterfront setting, weekly, monthly. (910)578-5777

FIRST MONTH FREE! Tryon Park Townhomes, Havelock. 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, $650/month. utilities, water, sewer, trash, approx $200 month, for estimated total of $850 per month. Pet friendly with some restrictions. Call (252) 637-3115 for more details on our move-in specials and to see any available unit!

FURISHED APARTMENTS 1 or 2 bedroom, everything included: electric, water, cable, phone, internet, even housekeeping! No deposit! $495 total move in cost, semi monthly. Hostess House, Newport NC, 252-223-6020, toll free, 800-501-5770.

HUGE 2 BEDROOM - TOTALLY MODERN! Eat-in kitchen, all appliances, ceramic tile floors in all common areas, wrap around deck. Located just outside of Bridgeton on 11 acres with easy access to all major roads and shopping. Privacy assured! $650 per month. Security & lease required. Small pet considered. (252)637-9732

HR Manager, P. O. Box 880, Washington, NC 27889, or apply in person between the hours of 9am and 3pm Tuesday-Friday at 400 Hackney Avenue, Washington, NC. VT Hackney is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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4505 Wentworth Court ~ $225,000

Older home completely remodeled on 1.68 acre lot with apprx 1700 sf as well as a 2800 SF workshop w/ 20 ft roll up doors on each end & add 'l 2.3 acres for sale next to home, 3 BR 2 BA, bamboo floors, granite in kitchen, marble/tile/stone baths & stainless appliances & 6 burner gas stove. MLS#108011 Peggy Bryan 252-320-3832

Solid built brick ranch ready for immediate occupancy! Home features 2 master suites/in-law qtrs in addition to 2 addt'l BR's! Spacious living areas, wet-bar & formal dining. Huge deck for entertaining in your private back yard. Nearly an acre on cul-de-sac! Priced and ready to sell!

1310 Benfield Avenue ~ $229,900 Immaculate brick home with well-manicured yard. Brick edging and walkway. 2 Car garage plus a Carolina Room. Well established neighborhood.

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3611 Wedgewood Drive ~ $230,000 118 Neuse Harbour Blvd. ~ $234,000

1236 Pine Valley Drive~ $234,900 316 Channel Run Drive ~ $235,000

Spacious home in Trent Woods near Bangert School. Beautiful established yard. Vaulted ceilings. Skylights. Detached 24 x 32 workshop.

Outstanding brick 3 B/R 2 Bath home in Greenbrier. Nicely Landscaped. Large Screened Porch & Deck. Call the “The Tyson Team”

Waterfront 4 BR 2.5 Baths home in River Bend. Large living room with hardwood floors & fireplace. Deck overlooks the canal & boat dock.

MLS#87694 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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Gorgeous, well maintained home ready for you to buy! Hardwood floors, beautiful spacious kitchen with stainless steel and granite. This home has a huge mater suite with whirlpool bath, with dual vanities. New roof and newer HVAC. Floored attic for storage. A must see! Priced to sell! MLS#90422 Deborah Shirk 252-665-0605

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1115 Coral Reef Drive ~ $239,000 Awesome home in FFH “2013 Community of the Year”. Home in great condition. Hardwood. Granite in kitchen & baths. Stainless appliances. Wet bar w/wine cooler. New Deck. Outdoor fire pit. Irrigation. Come look! MLS#89094 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

6312 Cardinal Dr. ~ $245,000

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812 Pollock Street ~ $275,000

Unique opportunity to own a historic home converted to 4 apts. Each unit has a large living room, DR, fully appointed kitchen, 2BR's and 1 BA. Bottom units have covered back porch and uppers have open deck. Xtra large lot; sale price determines amount of land to convey. Zoned commercial & multi-res.

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101 Barkside Lane ~ $299,000

Beautiful 3 BR/ 2.5 bath waterfront home in Fairfield Harbour. New floors, paint. Stainless appliances. Beautiful pool w/ large deck. Dock w/ electric & water. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com Call the “Tyson Team”. MLS#91215 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

Upscale 4 B/R 3.5 Bath home in Hunters Ridge. Desirable location. Above-ground swimming pool. Updated country french kitchen. Bonus room plus more. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com Call the “Tyson Team”. MLS#89958 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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A 4 Bdrm and 3 Bath home on a cul-de-sac in Reedy Creek Located in Cove City, this home has an Subdivision. On over 1/2 acre lot with fenced backyard. open living, dining, & kitchen area. 3 Gas heat, gas stove, Corian countertops, wood floors and large Master Bedroom on the ground floor. Master Bath sided porch overlooks 24 acres. 3BR/ 3.5 Baths Approx. 2300 SF Room on ground has His/Her sinks,a jetted tub, tiled floor and separate shower. Home Warranty. level could be office. MLS#90817 Barry Evans 252-259-5076 MLS#90154 Tina Mills 252-617-5564

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Water views will WOW you. Lovely, large deck off Living Room to view sunsets. Newly painted & floors refinished end of April. Ground floor is garage, 2nd floor is spacious living areas. 3rd floor is Master Bedroom, guest bedroom, 2 full baths & laundry closet. Boat slips are included, but not deeded. MLS#89702 Mary Beth Simmelink 252-229-1115.

Parade of Homes - Best in Show. Beautiful new construction in New Bern on a golf course & pond front lot. American Cherry Hardwood floors and cupboards. Study is 3rd Bedroom. Bonus Room could be 4th Bedroom. 2,206 heated sq.ft plus 184 sq.ft. All Season Room.

306 Camelia Road ~ $350,000 Premiere double lots on 2 holes of NBG & CC. Older home or incredible location for custom-built. Established yard with beautiful azaleas. Call “The Tyson Team”.

MLS#90657 Mary Beth Simmelink 252-229-1115.

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116 Covey Court ~ $369,000

5210 Bucco Reef Drive ~ $389,900 3107 Coriander Drive ~ $395,000

Magnificent sunsets from this Coastal living home nestled in the trees along the waters edge with full 180 degree views of Northwest Creek in all it's natural beauty. Deepwater boat dock is steps away with power. Large ground floor workshop and 1/2 bath, parking for 4 vehicles.

Beautiful custom 3 BR/ 3 Bath home overlooking lake in Quail Woods. In-ground pool. Carolina Room. FROG. Quiet cul-de-sac. Built-ins. S/D has underground utilities & brick entrance. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com

Terrific views with this 3 B/R 2.5 Bath home located on NW Creek in Fairfield Harbour. Dock w/2 slips and 50 AMP power. Priced to sell.

MLS#91217 Linda Holland 252-259-0756

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1903 Home w/a view of the Neuse. 4 B/R 3 Bath home w/beautiful front porch w/mosaic tile encased w/stately bannister . Beautiful woodwork, 7 fireplaces, pocket doors, extensive woodworking. Needs TLC.

Awarded Blue Ribbon from 2013 Builders Association. Beautiful home in desirable neighborhood. Open concept with great room and gas fireplace with stone surround and pre-wired for audio TV. Large kitchen with granite countertops and island with JennAir range. If closes by Sept. 30, 2013, seller to pay $1000 toward closing cost.

Spectacular setting overlooking 3rd Green of the Carolina Colours Golf Course. Energy Star Certification, superb trim work, unique double FROG, Rennai hot water system. Too many features to list - A MUST SEE!

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Extraordinary home. Well designed floor plan with 2-story Foyer. Breakfast area, 2 fireplace, MBR features Sitting area and Bath w/jetted tub and oversized shower. Butler’s bar area between MBR and Study. Kitchen boasts custom Electrolux full size freezer and refrigerator, large island.

147 Dylan Lane ~ $515,000 Incredible 3 Story Trent River Waterfront townhome. 2 balconies with view of Tryon Palace, History Museum & Downtown. 3 B/R 3 Baths w/ elevator plus numerous upgrades.

Beautiful Trent River Waterfront Property on 1+ ac. of land. Home has 4 B/R 2 Baths sitting across from NBG&CC & E C Yacht Club on 1+ ac. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com

A rare opportunity to own a Trent River waterfront home with deep-water dock. Amazing water views & expansive lawn. Upstairs has office & 2 large guest rooms. Guest quarters over the detached 2-car garage includes full kitchen. Close & convenient to downtown restaurants, art galleries & boutiques.

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4001 Trent Pines Drive ~ $715,000

661 Hanes Farm Road ~ $1,250,000

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4414 HWY 17 S/RIVER BEND/GREAT INVESTMENT/ $36,000 UNDER TAX VALUE-REDUCED Listed by:Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 ............................................................................................ $49,900

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2409 Grace Avenue~$220,000 Medical/Dental Building. Ample Parking. Terrific Location. Close to Everything Tyson & Hooks Realty~(252) 633-5766

3540 MLKING BLVD./.99 AC. NEXT TO BOWLING ALLEY HIGH VOLUME TRAFFIC HIGHWAY Listed by:Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 .......................................................................................... $295,000

Lots & Land Lots of wide open space for sale 925 Sea Holly/Water Access/ Fairfield Harbour ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 ...................................$7,500 1607 Caracara/Fairfield Harbour ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 ....................................................... $11,900 906 Port Royal Court/Bulk Sale/6 lots ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766................................................ $15,900 1023 Barkentine Drive/FFH Lot w/Pond ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 ...........................................$24,900 5919 Santo Domingo Court/Fairfield Harbour ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..................................$39,900 112 Covey Court/Lakefront!/Underground utilities ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 ...........................$45,000 3 Old Airport Road ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766............................................................................$54,900 2 Old Airport Road ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766............................................................................$56,900 124 Pinhurst Dr ~ Greenbrier/Backs to putting green & clubhouse MAKE AN OFFER ~ Listed by: Bob Bartram Century 21 Zaytoun Raines • (252) 636-7313 ........ $70,000 105 Knotline Rd. ~ River Bend/ Waterfront, 128 ft. on canal. Nice views of main canal ~ Listed by: Bob Bartram Century 21 Zaytoun Raines • (252) 636-7313 ......... $82,500 Taberna S/D Lot 396, 122 Friburg Road, .5 acre ~ Listed by: Yvonne Scott Fonville Morisey Realty • (919) 229-2039 .........$84,800 Oak Creek S/D Lot 17: 208 Mickelson Drive, 1.33 acres ~ Listed by: Yvonne Scott Fonville Morisey Realty • (919) 229-2039 ....$84,800 Oak Creek S/D Lot 23: 213 Mickelson Drive, 2.08 acres ~ Listed by: Yvonne Scott Fonville Morisey Realty • (919) 229-2039 .....$84,800 SR 1124 Greentown Road/49+ Acres/Trenton ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 ................................. $122,500 1221 Pine Valley Dr 1/2+ acre on 18th lake of the Emerald/Already bulkheaded ~ Listed by: Bob Bartram Century 21 Zaytoun Raines • (252) 636-7313 .... $135,000 1698 Simmons Street/Acreage ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 .......................................................... $150,000 6102 Cassowary/FairField Harbour Waterfront ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766............................... $175,000 Waterfront Lot/A Street/Bridgeton #2-REDUCED ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 .........................$229,900 Waterfront Lot/A Street/Bridgeton #3-REDUCED ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 .........................$249,900 128 Johnson Point Road/Neuse River ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..............................................$299,000 611-613 Becton Road/Adams Creek ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766.................................................$299,900 661-2 Hanes Farm Road/1.85Acres, 160’ on the Trent River ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766....................... $599,000 4001 Trent Pines Drive/Waterfront Lot Near NBG&C/Yacht Club ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766....................$715,000 661 Hanes Farm Road/3.5 +/- ac. Trent River ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766............................... $1,250,000 EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED


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