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VMGR-252 returns from Afghanistan

2nd MAW Fwd returns after year long deployment LANCE CPL. ANDREA CLEOPATRA DICKERSON MCAS CHERRY POINT

“I’m so excited, nervous and happy to finally be with him again and so he can see his daughter,” said Angela Canaan, wife of Petty Officer 2nd Class Clayton Canaan, a corpsman with VMGR-252. “Even though this is his third deployment, I still get the same emotions when he’s back. It will also be nice to have an extra set of hands around the house.” For some family and friends, VMGR252’s return was no surprise and comes as a fitting end to seven months apart.

More than 30 Marines and Sailors with 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward) returned to Cherry Point Jan. 30, marking an end to aerial support operations across southwestern Afghanistan. 2nd MAW (Fwd.) took the reins as the lead aviation combat element in southwestern Afghanistan, providing responsive air support to 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward) and Regional Command Southwest while assisting Afghan National Security Forces as they assumed security responsibility in their country. Consisting of 11 squadrons and a variety of aircraft, 2nd MAW (Fwd.) controlled the skies over southwestern Afghanistan during the continuing troop reduction in the country. Units across the board have adapted 2nd MAW’s command structure as the Corps continues to withdraw troops, allowing Afghan security forces to take the lead. During the deployment, 2nd MAW (Fwd.) and 2nd MEF (Fwd.) shifted their focus to their role as advisors, providing support the Afghans needed to assume a broadened leadership role. The Marines also continued to assist with the orderly withdrawal of U.S. personnel and equipment. 2nd MAW (Fwd.) played an integral role in helping Afghan forces slowly but surely regain control of their government while simultaneously providing additional capabilities, said Lt. Col. Thomas P. Bajus II, the 2nd MAW (Fwd.) executive officer. “We are able to assist them by providing the six functions of Marine aviation,” he said. “Our intent was to set the Afghans up for success.” Bajus said the Afghans were grateful for the support and they are ready to assume full responsibility for security.

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Lance Cpl. Cody Ryan shares a moment with his fiancé, Mary Kate Sheehan, after returning from a seven-month deployment to Afghanistan Sunday. Ryan greeted Sheehan by getting on one knee and proposing. Sheehan accepted. Ryan is a safety and survival mechanic with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 252.

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logistics officer-in-charge for VMGR252. “They were very professional and gave out every second of the deployment.” “There really is no highlight of a deployment when the Marines and Sailors all did a great job,” he said. “If I were to pick a highlight it would have to be how they carried themselves throughout the whole thing.” Family and friends of the returning Marines and Sailors gathered at the squadron’s hangar, anxious to reunite with their loved ones.

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More than 200 Marines and Sailors with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 252 returned from a sevenmonth deployment to Afghanistan Feb. 2 and 5. While deployed, VMGR-252’s mission was to provide close-air support, aerial refueling and transport of cargo and troops. “The Marines and Sailors of VMGR252 did excellent during this deployment,” said Capt. Orlando Samudio, the

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Sabers welcome Kennedy, bid Metzger farewell

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Headquarters Marine Corps’ Semper Fit announced the Marine Corps’ 2013 Female Athlete of the Year Jan. 29, from within the ranks of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing. Capt. Christine M. Taranto, a logistics officer currently serving as the operations officer and Headquarters and Service Company commander for Marine Corps Air Station New River’s Marine Wing Support Squadron 272, received the honor at the Commandant of the Marine Corps’ Combined Awards Ceremony at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. Monday. “I am pretty excited and thankful for the opportunity to be honored in this way,” said Taranto. “I am fortunate to have been able to represent the Marine Corps and allowed to compete. It was just great to be honored.” The award is part of an annual Semper Fit program to recognize the top female and male Marine athletes from across the Corps, according to Capt. Justine L. Whipple, the sports operations officer at the

Marine Corps’ Semper Fit and Exchange Division. Awarded as the top male Marine athlete was Staff Sgt. Davis S. Arendt Jr., an infantry unit leader currently assigned to the U.S. Olympic wrestling team training for the 2016 games. See ATHLETE page A5

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Members of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467 stand in formation during a relief and appointment ceremony at Miller’s Landing Tuesday. Sgt. Maj. Charles A. Metzger relinquished his post to Sgt. Maj. John M. Kennedy after two years as the senior enlisted Marine at HMLA-467.

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Capt. Christine M. Taranto is the 2013 Marine Corps Female Athlete of the Year and member of the All Marine Running Team. Taranto is the operations officer and Headquarters and Support Company commander with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272

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Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467 welcomed a new sergeant major at Miller’s Landing Tuesday as Sgt. Maj. Charles A. Metzger relinquished his post to Sgt. Maj. John M. Kennedy. “Any time you leave a unit it is always bitter sweet,” said Metzger, who is leaving HMLA467 after more than two years with the squadron. “You lay down roots wherever you go,” he said. “The down side of leaving is you have to uproot

some of those relationships between Marines you have grown to know and respect, but it opens doors for you to continue with a career and to build.” Metzger received a Meritorious Service Medal for his service with the Sabers. Metzger will assume duties as sergeant major of Marine Helicopter Squadron 1, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. but wants the Marines to remember a phrase he strongly believes in, “Impact one today, and influence 100 tomorrow.”

Kennedy comes to the squadron from 8th Communication Battalion, Camp Lejeune, where he served as the company first sergeant for Headquarters Company and General Support Company. Taking over as sergeant major for HMLA-467 is a great opportunity to lead, guide, and mentor new Marines, said Kennedy. This is Kennedy’s first assignment at an air station, which he sought out to be able to see all the See HMLA467 page A5

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The FBI has verified a fast spreading telephone scam for jury duty summons. The caller claims to be a jury duty coordinator, tells the victim they were sent a summons in the mail and when the victim denies the claim, the scammer asks for their social security number and date of birth so he or she can verify the information and cancel the arrest warrant. The fraud has been reported in 11 states. A nationwide alert has been put out by the FBI and federal court system, warning consumers about the fraud. Visit www.fbi.gov/page2/june06/jury_scams060206.htm for more information on this scam.

Vet clinic temporarly closed The Cherry Point Veterinary Treatment Facility will be closed for business Feb. 24-28 for personnel training. The training will educate clinic workers on a new computerized health record management database, which will replace the current system starting in March. In order to ensure a seamless transition, the VTF will offer limited appointments and over-the-counter sales beginning March 3, continuing through the first week of implementation. For more information on closures, hours or services, call the Cherry Point VTF at 466-2166.

USMC First Lady reading list Beginning in Spring of 2012, Mrs. Bonnie Amos, the First Lady of the Marine Corps, established “The First Lady of the Marine Corps Recommended Reading List.” The reading list was designed to provide spouses with reading material to help them better understand and adapt to military life. The list contains a large selection of books for spouses and children. Copies of the books can be purchased at MCX locations worldwide and some titles are available at Marine Corps libraries. Visit http://1.usa.gov/1eRb7zA for the complete list.

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Liars figure and figures lie, as the old adage goes. One can often make statistics fit one’s argument regardless of the statistic … or the argument. But it’s pretty clear that compared to their comrades in the United States Air Force, Army, and Navy, Marines are very young. Occasionally you’ll hear a senior staff non-commissioned officer or an older commissioned officer refer to them as “kids.” When my wife and I pass through one of the local USMC main gates, she often exclaims when a particularly young Marine motions us through the gate, “He’s just a baby!” Well, they’re neither babies nor kids. They’ve got to be pretty tough young men and women to successfully earn the title of U.S. Marine. According to Department of Defense manpower statistics compiled by several websites (including Statisticbrain.com), the average age of a Marine is 25, compared to 29 for the Army, and 30 for the Air Force and Navy. In the Marine Corp, 45.7 percent are E-3 and below (low enlisted ranks) compared to 26 percent, 25.6 percent, and 28.9 percent for the Air Force, Army and Navy, respectively. The officer to enlisted ratio is 1-to-8.4 for the Marines but 1to-4, 1-to-5, and 1-to-5.3 for the Air Force, Army and Navy, respectively. When figured as a percentage, nearly twice as many Marines are 18 to 21-years old compared to their older Airmen, Soldiers and Sailors. All-in-all, Marines are younger and of lower rank and experience (some not even 18 when enlisted), and this youth forms a much larger percentage of Marine Corps fighting power than that of the Corps’ sister services. “So what?” you may ask. Well, those statistics — the overall youth and inexperience of enlisted Marines and the low ratio of Marine officers to enlisted — along with the reputation of Marines for toughness might give you the impression that the relationship between officer and enlisted Marine would be strained, even difficult. That there’s an officer-enlisted “schism” caused by age, experience, education, and skill, even class. “Those high and mighty officers with their fancy college educations in the rear with the gear … nothing but rear echelon types flying desks while the real work gets done in the lower ranks.” Or, “These knucklehead enlisted kids are more trouble than they’re worth.” While there’s a lot of truth in the above con-

trived statement about most of the work getting done in the lower ranks, the fact is, if you believe the youth and inexperience of enlisted Marines and penchant for toughness in the Corps means strained relationships between officer and enlisted, you’d be greatly mistaken. This was clearly displayed at the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing-MCAS Cherry Point headquarters building on New Year’s Eve. I was leaving at noon to grab lunch. The duty officer and the duty clerk were already on watch, a captain and a private first class stuck together on holiday duty. I always feel a little sorry for Marines on duty during holidays, their families far away and lonely without them. If the duty standers get a couple hours of sleep, they’re lucky. TV or computer use is forbidden. The watch standers need to keep their eyes “on the ball” — on security — not on the “ball dropping” at Times Square. But their eyes were, at least partially, on the chess board this past New Year’s Eve at the Cherry Point command duty hut. They had picked up a “friendly” game. The private admitted he had never played chess. The captain was teaching him a lesson by “crushing him” (a chess term for a decisive win) as it were — over and over. When I left that evening, they were still playing. The private had not yet won a game. But he was learning. I hope no trouble will come to that duty officer by my writing this column. Chess is a 500-year old military game of strategy and tactical moves originating in ancient Afghanistan, a country where strategy and tactical moves are still being practiced by Marines today. Chess should be allowed — even encouraged — in the command duty hut, if not computers and TV. So here’s my point. The duty officer was teaching his young enlisted duty clerk a lesson even more important than the game of chess itself. There are no strained relations between officer and enlisted personnel in the Marine Corps regardless of the differences in age, rank, education, experience and skills. That captain duty officer on New Year’s Eve was carrying on the legacy of Fleet Marine Force Manual (FMFM) 1-0, the iconic Marine Corps directive that orders the officer-enlisted relationship to be “… in no sense one of superior and inferior nor that of master and servant, but rather that of teacher and scholar.” The Cherry Point Command Duty Officer this past New Year’s Eve was doing his job as a watch See MARINES page A5

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Army Sgt. Heather Aguas, an animal care noncommissioned officer at the Cherry Point Veterinary Treatment Facility, is responsible for ensuring all military working dogs and household pets are medically sound and physically fit. “It is my job to take care of a total of 18 military working dogs between Cherry Point and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base,” said Aguas. “I get them ready for deployments, special tasking and secret service missions.” The Priest River, Idaho, native enlisted after attending college for pre-veterinary medicine at North Idaho College and the University of Maryland. Her passion for animal care and her great uncle, a dog handler in the Air Force, inspired and paved her path toward becoming the animal caregiver she is today. The VTF provides x-rays, dental examinations and special procedures for military working dogs, said Aguas. The facility also provides services to pets within the military community like vaccinations, sick-call and minor surgeries. “My job is important because military working dogs provide safety to our bases, down range to our troops, family members and children,” said Aguas. “Pets are part of our family.”

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The polar vortex that gripped much of the country last week swept across the Crystal Coast, covering the community in a white blanket. Ice, freezing rain and a layer of fresh powder halted normal operations at the air station, limiting access on and off base for all but essential personnel. Irregular operations Tuesday until Friday at noon gave Cherry Point residents an unexpected three day break, with plenty of opportunity to enjoy a rare weather occurrence. The community took advantage of the extra free time to get outside and enjoy some winter activities in the snow. Those willing to brave the cold winter temperatures bundled up to have snowball fights, build snowmen, go sledding or make snow angels.

Adysen S., daughter of a corpsman with the Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point, makes a snow angel after the snowstorm Jan. 28.

Jacob C., son of a Marine with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 252, stands beside a snowman outside of his family’s home on Cherry Point after a snowstorm Jan. 30.

Cpl. Coleman B. Harrelson, an aviation ordnance systems technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 14, stands with his dog Chloe behind a snowman he built in Binder Oaks during a snow storm Jan. 29.

Gavin U., left, pulls his two sisters Autumn, center, and Zoey, right, in a wagon Jan. 28. Gavin and his sisters are the children of a Marine with Marine Air Communication Squadron 2 stationed at Cherry Point.


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Pressure Forging Diamonds - VMA-211 Tackles Pre-Deployment Training

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Marines with Marine Attack Squadron 211, based out of Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., load ordnance onto an AV-8B Harrier at the VMA-211 flightline aboard Camp Wilson, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Jan. 14. VMA-211 arrived at Camp Wilson Jan. 12 to take part in an Integrated Training Exercise.

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MARINE CORPS AIR GROUND COMBAT CENTER TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. - The Marine Corps has earned global prominence during its 238 years of existence through continuous demonstration of immediate expeditionary readiness. Through use of the four-headed beast that is the Marine Air-Ground Task Force, Marines have swiftly responded to the cries of help in every clime and place during every major war since the institution’s birth. As an organization built upon the foundations of teamwork and unity, the Corps forges strength through the collaboration

and communication between its various units and sections; each with its own purpose, all with a common goal in sight. These various units must train cohesively outside of garrison in order to realize the true strength of the MAGTF in a combat zone. That is where field training comes into play. In preparation for an upcoming deployment, Marine Attack Squadron 211, based out of Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., departed from the comforts of garrison life to take part in the Integrated Training Exercise 2-14 aboard Camp Wilson at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Jan. 13. Serving as the MAGTF’s air combat ele-

Marines with Marine Attack Squadron 211, based out of Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., load ordnance on an AV-8B Harrier at the VMA-211 flightline aboard Camp Wilson, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Jan. 14. Maintenance men with VMA-211 worked a 12 hour on-and-off schedule, ensuring that their aircraft were safe and properly equipped.

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ment in the austere environment of Twentynine Palms, the Wake Island Avengers were tested in their abilities at every level to provide constant support to their ground bound counterparts. “The ground fighter, the individual Marine, is ultimately our number one resource,” said Gunnery Sgt. Manuel Vizcarrando, an airframes division chief with VMA-211. “We get a chance to integrate and train like we would in combat and we get to simulate a combat environment in our living conditions. We work together to train our pilots and our forward air controllers, along with our jointer terminal attack controllers and infantry units, on how to call in air support in order to execute the mission that we are capable of.” A majority of the VMA-211 Marines operated on a 12 hour on-and-off working schedule as maintenance crew, putting in long days of work to ensure that the squadron aircraft are ready for upcoming training. “It’s important for us to understand that it’s our responsibility as maintenance to provide operable aircraft to the pilots so that they can provide air support to the ground,” added Vizcarrando. In addition to maintenance, enlisted Marines are tasked with properly equipping necessary ordnance and munitions to their jets. Add in the fact that impromptu exercises can pop up with a 72-hour window, and these Marines are pacing the flight line, loading and unloading 500-pound ordnance in an effort to support the ground troops without any discrepancies. “The ordnance Marines have been working diligently in making sure these aircraft are safe to fly with these bombs strapped to them,” said Sgt. Joshua J. Hammer, an avionics technician with VMA-211. “We’ve been dropping a lot of bombs in support of training, so we only get a small window to load the birds up in between missions. We haven’t missed a deadline.” Though these long days of work and preparation do not vastly differ from what

the Marines are accustomed to in garrison, Sgt. Brian Post, a power line mechanic with VMA-211, discussed how disastrous dust in the wind could be to their training schedule and overall workload. “This ITX hasn’t been that crazy so far, but last year we had a sandstorm come in that damaged all of our engines,” said Post. “That resulted in a huge increase in our workload so that we could get the aircraft to fly again.” Post commented that the sandy catastrophe allowed for a valuable learning experience. “It kind of opened our eyes; in five minutes all 11 of our aircraft were out,” said Post. “The biggest thing I took away from last year was the importance of our red gear. It only takes a few minutes to cover up the aircraft and it completely protects their interior from sand in case something like this was to happen again.” Tough living conditions were employed during this ITX, in coordination with an amped up training schedule, in order to prepare Marines for possible future deployments. Gone are their heated and airconditioned barracks, comfortable beds and personal vehicles. Marines took refuge in aluminum roofed squad bays and battled the nipping cold nights in issued sleeping bags and warming layers. Boredom was defeated through conversation and bonding between the Marines. “It gave junior Marines, who are at their first duty station and have never been in the field, a chance to constantly work together in a deployment simulation where they’re not going to their barracks or wives after work,” said Hammer. ITX puts stress on Marines by taking them away from their comfort zones, giving them a snapshot of capabilities as a combat unit, according to Hammer. As Marine Corps officers, the pilots of VMA-211 shoulder the responsibilities of fully maximizing the capabilities of their aircraft and the ACE in support of ground fire and maneuver. Capt. Mike Lipper, the weapons and tactics instructor for VMA-211, explained the “crawl, walk, run” philosophy behind the operating training schedule and how it is vital for a pilot’s integration and communication within the ground element. “For aviators, [the ITX] is important because we get to train in coordination with the ground combat element to operate as part of a complex and combined fire plan with a detailed plan to employ for that company and their maneuvers,” said Lippert. “Toward the end, we take it to an even higher level and work with a battalion. That’s huge. The central fire support tasks are met by us in order to enable them to maneuver and finally seize the objective and meet the intent.” With the various MAGTF elements pumping on all cylinders, Lippert believes that this ITX aboard Camp Wilson coordinated some of the most detailed military training available in the world. “It’s an opportunity for the Marine Corps to train at a degree that very few organizations can train to worldwide,” said Lippert. “We have the aviation, ground, and logistical elements of the MAGTF all working together to meet a common goal. Very few nations train at this level or capability.”

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“The Marine must not only demonstrate an elite athletic ability, but also posses all of the qualities of a top tear Marine and that is exactly what [Capt.] Taranto did,” she said. Taranto competed as part of the All Marine Running team for the first time in 2013, according to Whipple. As a member of the team, Taranto placed sixth overall at the Armed Forces Triathlon Championship with a time of 2:12:49 and finished with a time of 3:05:09 at the Marine Corps Marathon, placing first overall for active duty female Marines. “I didn’t even know that this was a thing my command allowed me to be nominated for,” said Taranto. “I was very surprised and just honored to be selected. It was a phenomenal feeling.” Taranto said that prior to competing in the events she followed a simple training routine to stay in shape. “I did some research online and just kind of wrote my own plans,” she said. “As of last October though, I now have a personal trainer to help me out.” Taranto, a Pittsburgh native, has been an athlete since she can remember, swimming and running competitively through her high school years. Taranto earned the Pennsylvania high school state championship cross-country title in 2002 and the indoor 3,000meter run at the state meet that year. “I was looking for an athletic scholarship to college and I had to choose between swimming and running,” she said. “Ultimately, I chose running and have kind of stuck with it ever since.”

For others, the return marks the beginning of a life of commitment. Lance Cpl. Cody Ryan, a safety and survival mechanic returning with VMGR-252, greeted his loved one in a unique way. Dropping to one knee, in a crowd of reuniting Marines, Sailors and loved ones, Ryan asked for Mary Kate Sheehan’s hand in marriage. Sheehan accepted. “This worked out exactly how I planned,” said Ryan. “I love her, so this was one of the best ways to show her how I feel.” The entirety of the situation took Sheehan by surprise and left her almost speechless, she said. “I had a feeling it was coming but I didn’t know he was going to propose in front of all these people,” said Sheehan. “Either way, it’s just great to have him back.”

2NDMAW from page A1 “We were very successful,” he said. “We were able to see the Afghan National Army take the lead in many roles.” The deployment was a success due to the teamwork and esprit de corps, Bajus said. “The Marines performed exceptionally. They took on a mission that is different from what they are used to doing, but the Marines were very flexible and they adapted to the new mission of security force assistance. They displayed a level of maturity that showed the discipline of our Marines.”

HMLA467 from page A1 facets of a Marine Air-Ground Task Force. “What the Marines can expect from me is a senior leader that can guide them in what a Marine is, and to hopefully inspire them to be that Marine, 24/7, 365 days a year,” he said.

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Lance Cpl. Cody Ryan drops to a knee and pulls out a ring to propose to his girlfriend, Mary Kate Sheehan, on Sunday, at Cherry Point. Ryan had just arrived back at Cherry Point after a nearly seven-month deployment to Afghanistan with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 252, and used the occasion to propose to the girl he has known since they were both 10 years old

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Lt. Col. Matt R. Sale presents Sgt. Maj. Charles A. Metzger with a Meritorious Service Medal Tuesday at Miller’s Landing for his service as the sergeant major of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467. Metzger served as the squadron’s sergeant major for more than two years. Sale is the commanding officer of HMLA-467.

MARINES from page A2 stander but more importantly as a Marine officer. As I left 2013 for 2014, these “friendly” chess games between captain and private were a fine reminder of the time-tested officer-enlisted/teacher-scholar relationships that have served the Marine Corps so well. Barry Fetzer is a columnist for the Havelock News. He can be reached at fetzerab@ ec.rr.com.

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Alexander Messmer, a Young Marine, is promoted to Master Gunnery Sgt. and appointed the Cherry Point Young Marines sergeant major Sept. 22, 2012, by retired Sgt. Maj. Ernest Flowers III, regimental commander. After receiving the 3rd Division Young Marine of the Year Award, Messmer was meritoriously promoted to sergeant major Jan. 1, 2014. Messmer will contend for the title of National Young Marine of the Year later this year and plans to attend college at North Carolina State after high school.

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A starched and pressed service uniform is what he wears, ribbons beginning slightly atop of the seam of his left breast pocket and extending to the brim of his collar, with shoes shining like polished brass, used to tread with confidence. Motivated, educated, faithful and mature, some of the words used to describe a Young Marine. Specifically, a Division Young Marine of the Year. Young Marine Sgt. Maj. Alexander Messmer, an 18year-old junior at Havelock’s Early College East High School, recently earned the 3rd Division Young Marine of the Year Award, with a promotion to unit sergeant major of the Cherry Point chapter of Young Marines. “The feeling was unreal at first,” said Alexander. “Then I was really excited and extremely grateful for the opportunity to become the Division Young Marine of the Year.”

Inspired by his brothers Edgar Huff III and Michael Messmer, both Young Marines of the Year, Alexander decided to follow his lead and surpass his brothers’ accomplishments. “Young Marine Sgt. Maj. Messmer is detail oriented and takes pride in teaching his subordinates the duties and responsibilities they are required to know to reach the next rank,” said Wendy Erdly, the executive officer of the Cherry Point Young Marines. He is an excellent leader and teaches leadership to all of the Young Marines regardless of age or rank. While leading his Young Marines, Messmer was unknowingly earning his seat with the other division winners by doing what was expected of him and more, said Erdly. Young Marines of the Year from across the country possess maturity, poise, confidence, and a sense of service and self-sacrifice, according to Erdly. The Young Marine must prove leadership skills and possess the ability to

speak publicly about the Young Marine Program. Alexander displays all the attributes of a leader in the making and the distinction of Division Young Marine of the Year fits well, according to Erdly. As the Division Young Marine of the Year, Alexander will travel to Guam and Iwo Jima with the five other Division Young Marines of the Year during the annual Young Marines Reunion of Honor trip. Alexander plans to parlay his 10 years as a Young Marine into a successful college career and, possibly, the Marine Corps. “I plan on finishing college and obtaining a four year bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from North Carolina State,” said Messmer. After college, Messmer hopes to earn a commission as a naval aviator. “The Young Marines instill the teamwork and leadership and discipline we need to be successful. And when we get out of the program we can use those skills and go off into the world as strong leaders,” said Alexander.

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‘Fighting Bengals’ provide support for Exercise Lava Viper

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An F/A-18D Hornet with Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 224 prepares to enter the runway on the flight line at Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, Jan. 29, 2014. The unit is stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, S.C. and is currently on a six-month deployment through the Western Pacific. VMFA(AW)-224 arrived in Hawaii Jan. 10 to participate in exercise Lava Viper at Pohakuloa Training Area, in support of 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment.

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MARINE CORPS AIR STATION KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii - Marines with Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 224 wrapped up their support of 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment’s Exercise Lava Viper at Puhukuloa Training Area, Hawaii, Jan. 29, 2014. VMFA(AW)-224, or the “Fighting Bengals” based out of Marine Corps Air

Station Beaufort, S.C., are known for their fighter jets. The Bengals flew 12 F/ A-18D Hornets to Kaneohe Bay, Jan. 10, 2014, to conduct aerial operations and provide support during the Lava Dogs’ training. “We’re currently on a six-month rotation through the Western Pacific area of responsibility as part of our deployment,” said Capt. Sean Roberts, assistant administrative officer with VMFA(AW)-224,

An F/A-18D Hornet takes off from the runway at Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Jan 29, 2014. The hornet belongs to Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 224, which is stationed at MCAS Beaufort. The unit is currently on a six-month deployment through the Western Pacific and stopped in Hawaii for three weeks to participate in exercise Lava Viper at Pohakuloa Training Area. The unit arrived at Marine Corps Base Hawaii Jan. 10.

“We stopped here to support the Marines as part of our deployment. Being in Hawaii for three weeks isn’t a bad deal.” At Beaufort, the Bengals have less opportunity to train to their full potential due to the densely-populated area along the east coast, according to Roberts. The air station is also limited to using a single range, the Townsend Bombing Range, located in Georgia. “Being able to work with [1st Bn., 3rd Marines] on the ‘Big Island’ was great because we were able to drop live ordnance,” Roberts explained. “The ordnance Marines (were able to load) live ammunition and high explosives and handle jets (while) working out of the loading area. That is something we always look forward to, because as an east coast squadron, we don’t get to do that as often as we’d like to.” Classified as an all-weather unit, the Bengals’ Hornets are equipped to fly day or night in heavy rain and wind in order to destroy surface targets. The Marines also practiced counter measure techniques and dropping laser guided bombs. “During our support with [1st Bn., 3rd Marines], we dropped ordnance anywhere between 500 pounds to 1,000 pounds of high explosive rockets,” said Sgt. Derrick O’Neill, day crew ordnance supervisor, “We don’t get to do a lot of high explo-

sives training, so this exercise has been a big deal for us.” Through the exercise, the Bengals operated for 13 continuous days with two separate crews working around the clock. “Our day crew put in 14 hours a day while our night crew put 11 hours, so it’s been rough on everyone,” O’Neill explained. “That’s expected on a deployment, though. When we leave for Iwakuni, we won’t have the same assets available as we do here, so we have to get in as much training as we can.” Roberts also added, “The Marines did a phenomenal job with the continuous training we had going on, and that’s not a tempo we usually entertain back home. I know it put a lot of stress on some people, but they pulled it off nicely.” As 1st Bn., 3rd Marines concludes Exercise Lava Viper, the Bengals will join several units in Iwakuni, Japan, and continue their deployment before returning to Kaneohe Bay, and eventually, home to Beaufort. “Being around other aircraft always presents a unique set of challenges when operating in a new airfield,” Roberts said. “But it’s something we enjoy because this is what we signed up to do.”

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Gerald D. Mann speaks during the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Newport Barracks at Civil War Memorial Park on Sunday. Mann was the chief architect for the memorial project.

Community members commemorate Newport battle LANCE CPL. JOSHUA R. HEINS MCAS CHERRY POINT

NEWPORT, NC. — More than 100 Union and Confederate soldiers died in a battle that stretched across Craven County ending in Newport Feb. 2, 1864. The Confederate forces advanced stealthily under the command of Brig. Gen. James G. Martin who, with no warning, attacked the Union forces in and around the small eastern North Carolina town then called Shepardsville located in Carteret County. To make it worse for the Union forces, their colonel, Edward Ripley, was away on court-martial duty, leaving his post to Lt. Col. Valentine Barney. The 9th Vermont Regiment, garrisoned at Newport Barracks, had just a few days earlier welcomed 400 fresh recruits who, for the most part, had never drilled or fired a rifle. The Rebel’s first advanced on two outposts west of New-

port Barracks at Gales Creek, breaking through with superior troop strength. Barney managed to put up a brief defense at Bogue before withdrawing toward Morehead City to gather his regiment. Regaining control of his troops, Barney strategically placed the regiment on the edge of the forest, a mix of experienced and inexperienced men. Once Martin released his forces, the battle began again. Barney attempted to hold his position but fell back repeatedly, overwhelmed by Martin’s larger, more experienced force. As a final effort, Barney planned to occupy the fort at Newport Barracks. Finding the remaining defense collapsed, Barney had no other choice but to retreat with his inexperienced regiment across the Newport River to safety to live and fight another day. The battle was the bloodiest the town had ever seen, and

Civil War soldier re-enactors man a 3-inch cannon at the opening of a re-enactment of the Battle of Newport Barracks at Civil War Memorial Park Sunday. The soldier belonged to Company A, 3rd Regiment, North Carolina Artillery, Light.

more men died during the fight than lived in Newport at the time, according to Eric Lindblade, a Battle of Newport Barracks Civil War Memorial Park historian. The battle included three Medals of Honor recipients, the highest military honor, awarded for personal acts of valor above and beyond the call of duty, according to Linblade. 150 years later, the town and community paused to remember and commemorate a park in its name, during a ceremony Sunday. A century and a half later, the memory of the Battle of Newport Barracks lives on with the new memorial park, though most residents are unfamiliar with the historical significance of the battle, according to Gerald D. Mann, chief architect of the project. “We want to tell the story of the Civil War, and particularly, the story of Newport Barracks,” said Mann.

Gerald D. Mann donated an 1841 “six pounder” cannon to the Battle of Newport Barracks Civil War Memorial Park Sunday. The six-pounder fired 6 lb cannon balls. Mann was the chief architect for the memorial project.

Pauline Stroud reviews the history of the Civil War at the Battle of Newport Barracks Civil War Memorial Park during a 150th anniversary ceremony Sunday. Stroud came from Swansboro with her family to enjoy the opening of the park and remember Carteret County’s largest Civil War battle.


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Support squadron improves game check facility LANCE CPL. UNIQUE B. ROBERTS MCAS CHERRY POINT

Deer hunting season is an exciting time for outdoorsmen stationed at Cherry Point. From September to the beginning of January, hunters scout designated game lands at the air station, hoping for a trophy buck. After a successful outing, hunters notify the station game warden and proceed to the stations game check facility to clean and prepare their game. Now, thanks to the station Natural Resources Office and Marine Wing Support Squadron 271, hunters have a refurbished facility to prep their meat, according to Carmen A. Lombardo, the natural resources manager for Cherry Point. “The project is a cooperative venture between the environmental affairs department and Marine Wing Support Squadron 271,” said Lombardo “The actual structure that they are working on is called a game check facility. It’s a small structure that’s used to help support the recreational hunting program here at Cherry Point.” Before improvements, the structure left hunter’s game open and unprotected, according to Lombardo. “It had just a really basic shed leaning roof on it, it was sturdy but it needed to be improved,” said Lombardo. The open facility left hunters and their game open to the elements, including leaves and unwanted pests. The project required the assistance of MWSS-271.

The Marines helped refurbish the building, extending the roof lining to cover the meat cooler and reinforcing the roof to protect the cleaning area from the elements, according to Lombardo. “It’s a really good social point for the recreational hunting program,” said Lombardo. The MWSS-271 Marines used the opportunity to help improve the station facility and practice their engineering skills. The unique project gave the Marines a chance to build on abilities outside the normal routine, according to Sgt. Adam Good, the supervising noncommissioned officer for the project. Concluding the project, both natural resources and the Marines with MWSS- 271 were impressed with the new improvements. Not only do hunters and essential game handling personnel have a facility out of the elements, but they also have equipment that decreases the possibility of injury when handling the game. “I think people are going to say that it looks nice, they like it and that people are going to appreciate it,” said Good. For more information regarding hunting opportunities at Cherry Point visit Cherry Points Game Warden home page at www.cherrypoint.marines.mil/Resources/ GameWarden.aspx or call the Conservation Law Enforcement Office at 466-3242.


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Disabled Veterans Meeting 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 (252) 349-0006. 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 Jan. 15 from 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Parents with children 1-year-old or younger will receive hands-on experience learning to adjust to parenthood. Reservations are required. To register, call (252) 466-3651. Stop Smoking and Dipping The Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point hosts Stop Smoking and Dipping classes every Wednesday and

► New Bern Historical Society’s Lunch & Learn The New Bern Historical Society will hold the February Lunch and Learn event featuring African American inventors at the Chelsea Restaurant, Feb. 12, at 11:30 a.m. Guest speakers will educate attendees on various African American inventors and their contributions to society. Tickets are $16 each for New Bern Historical Society members and $18 for non-members. Tickets must be purchased in advance and include the lecture and a choice from a select lunch menu. For more information, call the New Bern Historical Society at (252) 638-8558. ► Seduction in the Seas Seduction in the Sea at the North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores is a romantic Valentine’s event Feb. 14, from 7-11 p.m. Guests will receive a tour of the aquarium and learn the romance rituals of sea creatures while enjoying a sit-down dinner, wine for sale by the glass, as well as several animal games and activities. Guests must be 18 or older and advanced registration is required. Tickets are available for $110 and $150 per couple. For more information or to make reservations, (252) 2474003 or visit www.ncaquariums.com/pine-knoll-shores. ► Gloucester Mardi Gras The 22nd annual Gloucester Mardi Gras celebration will be held at 476 Pigott Rd. in Gloucester, Feb. 15 from 11 a.m.– 6 p.m. The free festival is open to everyone and the day will include live music, crafts, dancing and a traditional feast. Call Barbara or Bryan at (252) 729-8021 for more information. ► Snow Up the Park Snow Up the Park is a winter wonderland at the Swansboro Municipal Park, Feb. 21 from 6–10 p.m. The event is sponsored by the Swansboro Parks and Recreation and will cover the Municipal Park with two tons of snow. Children’s activities, arts and crafts will be available as well as food vendors, a live DJ and a free snow play area. Come prepared with gloves, hats, sleds and toboggans because unlimited sledding will be available for $5 per person. For more information, contact Swansboro Parks and Recreation at (910) 326-2600. ► 19th Annual Train Show The Sudan Temple in historic downtown New Bern will host the Carolina Coastal Railroader’s 19th Annual Train

Friday. The Wednesday classes are from 4:30–5:30 p.m. and the Friday classes are from 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. For information, call (252) 466-0277. 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 information, call (252) 728-3788. Sleep Hygiene Class The Mental Health Clinic hosts a sleep hygiene class four Fridays of each month, beginning at 8 a.m. The class is open to service members who have insomnia or trouble falling asleep. The class focuses on the different types of insomnia, stages of sleep, and lifestyles and envi-

ronmental factors that lead to sleeping problems. Students will understand their sleep patterns and know how to improve them. To register, call the clinic at (252) 466-0107 or 466-0500. Active Duty Weight Management Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point hosts an Active Duty Weight Management class every Thursday. Classes are from 10–11:30 a.m. For information, call (252) 466-0277. Welcome Aboard Expo Cherry Point hosts a Welcome Aboard Expo each month at Miller’s Landing. The expo is open to new Marines, Sailors, employees and spouses. The next expo is Feb. 19 from 9– 11:30 a.m. For questions or to register, call Sandy Langlois at (252) 466-5743.

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Marine, Family Programs Office Numbers Building 298 • Library – 466-3552. • Retired Activities – 466-5548. Building 232 • Exceptional Family Member Program – 466-7533. • 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 Over coming 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 for expectant mothers. The purpose of the class is to help prepare mothers and help them feel confident to breastfeed once their 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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Proffessional Services Directory Real Estate Wanted Resort Property Rent Roommates / Shared Living Rooms for Rent RV Sales / Rentals Self Employment Sport Utility Vehicles Sporting Goods Statewides Storage Rentals –‘”‡•Ȁˆϐ‹…‡•ˆ‘”‡–ȀƒŽ‡ Trucks for Sale Vans for Sale Wanted to Buy / Rent

Flooring HARDWOOD FLOORS Sanding, refinishing, staining, repairs & install. Old floors made new. Call (252)634-7000 for estimates.

Structural Repairs

Eastern Structural Renovations. We replace damaged sills, joists & girders, condition crawlspaces. (252) 752-0434

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

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Handyman .

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

EARLY MORNING ADULT CARRIERS WANTED

PART TIME CHIEF ABC OFFICER Salary based on qualifications. Cutoff date is February 28th. SEND RESUME TO: Craven County ABC Board 3493 Martin Drive New Bern, NC 28562

General

VETERINARY TECHNICIAN/ RECEPTIONIST FULL TIME

General

CAE USA has an immediate need for a

C-130J PILOT INSTRUCTOR in Pisa, Italy. This is a part-time position, usually with a 90-day rotation schedule. Airfare, Hotel, Rental Car, and Per diem provided. Interested candidates can apply by sending their resume to: employment.fla@ caemilusa.com Reference “Pisa”

Must be able to handle both positions. Experience preferred but not required. Applicant must possess good office & people skills, be able to multi-task in a busy environment, able to lift 50lbs. & be proficient with Windows operating system.

PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON!

70 West Veterinary Hospital 310 W. Main St., Havelock NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!

Sales

$1,044.65 THAT’S WHAT MY TOP REP MADE LAST WEEK AND HE ONLY WORKED 30 HOURS!

Local, legit and hiring now! Tele-Sales/ Fundraising for Shriners Org. Bring your “A” game!

Concrete

SOUTHERN MASONRY & CONCRETE Renovations, additions & foundations. Your fireplace & driveway specialist. 30 years experience. (252)269-5786

Professional

ADOPTION: Adoring Financially Secure Teacher Lovingly Dreams of Adopting 1st Baby. Expenses paid, Jane. 1-800-989-6766 (Homestudy conducted by Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children 410 East 92nd Street New York NY 10128 (212) 369-0300)

(252)639-9937

Administrative Professional/Inside Sales Cox Industries, Inc., a leader in the treated wood products industry, has an immediate opening for an Administrative Professional/Inside Sales Representative at Cove City Wood Preserving in Cove City, NC. Job Requirements: Responsible for maintaining records of purchase orders, work orders, inventory usage, operational costs, etc. Ability to create and maintain spreadsheets for internal reporting. Responsible for fielding incoming calls from existing customers, accurately quoting prices,scheduling deliveries, interacting with production, and providing quality customer service. Position serves as central point of contact to suppliers and customers. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Must be highly proficient in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, mathematics and general computer usage. Experience and/or knowledge of building products a plus. Excellent communication skills are essential. Email resume to jobs@coxwood.com or fax to (803) 531-1959 by Friday, February 14, 2014.

Medical/Health

CMA POSITION available in a very busy family practice. Full time with benefits. Send resume to: NFP P.O. Box 969 Newport, N.C, 28570

Arapahoe Charter School seeks:

2nd grade ELA/SS Teacher Applications available online at www.arapahoecharter.org Or by calling (252) 249-2599 Mail completed application to: Tom McCarthy 9005 NC Hwy 306 S Arapahoe, NC 28510 Or email tom.mccarthy@arapahoecharter.org ACS is an equal opportunity employer.

I became a newspaper carrier to help pay for my house. What will be your reason? To earn cash in the early morning between 2am-6am, Call Dan Collins. 252-635-5625 Havelock area available.


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68 Quarterdeck ~ $84,900

2406 Educational Drive ~ $84,900

116 Quarterdeck ~ $84,900

Golf Course home with 3 BD & 2.5 BA, 1440 Sqft.. All new Laminate flooring. Split bdrm design. Small deck upstairs overlooking the golf course. Fireplace in great room. Good size dining area. Kitchen has new faucet, sink and disposal. This home is on the 17th fairway. New paint in living room and dining area. Home Warranty for 12 months for Buyer. Great location. A must see at this low Price!

Nice Duplex w/ large Living Room 3BR/2.1 Bath Townhouse on the golf course & and Bedrooms. Fenced Backyard. pond. Brand new heat pump. Great Investment! Close to schools, shopping and Call the Tyson Team medical facilities.

MLS#90337Barry Evans 252-259-5076

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142 Quarterdeck ~ $87,500 Very well maintained 2BR/2BA end unit town home that over looks golf course! Move-in ready and is being sold fully furnished! Community amenities (fees req'd) include 18 hole golf course, clubhouse, pool, tennis, marina and boat launch area. Hurry, this one won't last long!

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200 Holly Street ~ $99,900

313 Miller Blvd. ~ $104,900

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.

You'll love this house, in-ground pool with deck, and 33x28 work area garage with 11 foot doors. All this on 3 Lots. Spectacular Living Rm and Kitchen with Hardwood floors. The inside of this home is lovely and impressive. Two large decks and covered porch. Home has sound system. Home Warranty.

MLS#89199 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

MLS#90772 Linda Wahnsiedler 252-670-2734

MLS#90929 Barry Evans 252-259-5076

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

2705 Trent Road ~ $94,900

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421 Bradford Drive ~ $119,900

103 Lancewood Court ~$124,900 This home is in immaculate condition and ready to occupy. Kitchen with plenty of cabinets and breakfast bar. Large bedrooms. Enjoy your open and airy sunroom. Privacy fence.

Updated home in country setting 15 miles from New Bern. Relax on your beautiful granite patio or in your new workshop/2car garage out back. Newer kitchen appliances, laminate floors, carpet, electrical fixtures. New roof in 2011. New chain link fence all around your 2/3 acre and new detached garage.

MLS#92406 Barry Evans 252-259-5076

MLS#92693 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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105 Scammozzi Drive ~ $139,900 Arcadia Village. Nice & comfortable 3 BR, 2 BA home with granite countertops, marble mantle, gutters plus more.

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213 Esquire Court ~ $132,000 Wonderful 3 Bed 2 Bath home in River Bend. On cul-de-sac with long driveway for plenty of parking. New stainless dishwasher just installed, heat pump & water heater less than 3 yrs old! Great Price, Don't Miss This One! MLS#93097 Angela Jovanovich 252-474-5627

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A 3 Bedroom & 2 Bath home with Laminate floors. A beautiful Kitchen with Granite Counter tops,Center Island, Bosch Dishwasher,and new ceiling Fans.Two Garages on .88 Acre. All Vinyl easy clean windows. Back yard is fenced. HOUSE SHOWS LIKE NEW. One year Warranty for the buyer. Between New Bern and MCAS Cherry Point.

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2102 Foxhorn ~ $149,900

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

Well maintained 3br/ 3 bath brick ranch in Fox Hollow in Trent Woods. Large lot on cul-de-sac. New roof & heat pump in 2011.

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225 Lakemere Drive ~ $157,000

108 Education Lane ~ $158,500

5106 Springwood Drive ~ $159,900

Pond-front home that features beautiful hardwood floors, solid surface countertops & a completely new master suite. Relaxing sun porch and the deck is brand new. Less than a mile from marina, golf course & racquet club. Duke Energy utilities.

Renovated 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home recently updated. Features new granite countertops, new tile floors, designer Mento front door.

MLS#92418 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

MLS#92762 Rowland Bowen 252-259-6904

MLS#92811 Phyllis Mento 252-447-4477

Looking For Space! 4 Bedrooms plus a Family Room in Trent Woods! Offers vinyl replacement windows, lovely landscaped front yard, circular drive, deck in back, some wood flooring, lots of interior storage. Large front yard adding privacy, covered front porch, irrigation in flower beds & much more!

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3 BR 2 BA $995 Huge Bonus Room & 2 Car Garages

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3 Convenient Locations

Trent Self Storages Glenburnie Mini Storage Craven Maxi Storage Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc.

3 BR 2 BA

Appliances, Fireplace - gas logs, Whirlpool bath.

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3 BR 2 BA

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2500 Trent Road Affordable office/ retail units. Call for availability

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Spacious Garage. Home on beautiful wooded lot outside of town

2 Bedroom ~ 1 Bath Duplex

1991 Acorn Drive

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Office Spaces on 1st & 2nd floors Lonnie Pridgen Real Estate 252.637.3115

MCCARTHY SQUARE 3010 Trent Road

$2650 mo. Professional office

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$4750 mo. 5,000+ sq. ft. bldg w/ Reception Area

kitchen/breakroom plus storage.

10 Offices & 2 Bathrooms

800 Cardinal Dr.

17 Offices & 5 Bathrooms Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766

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Home Buyer Support: Before & After

ATTENTION REALTORS: NEED TO RAPIDLY SELL A HOME?

Advertise it on the Real Estate Rapid Seller Page Simply Call Celia Rolison at (252) 635-5640 for Details STRATEGIC PRICING SPECIALIST

DEDICATED. PROVEN. TRUSTED.

Angela Jovanovich 252-474-5627 Thinking of Selling?

Darlene Boyd

REALTOR®/Broker, ABR®, CRS®, GRI®,SFR

With My Easy Moving Plan, You Can Relax About Your Home Sale!

Full-Time/Full Service

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“Whether Buying or Selling, I Put YOU First!”

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Broker/Realtor

252-634-7838

2129 S. Glenburnie Rd. Suite 18 New Bern stervelt@allstate.com

www.homesinnewbern.com Email : kathiejones@live.com

Insurance and coverages subject to terms, qualifications and availability. Allstate Property and Casualty Insurance Company, Allstate Indemnity Company: Northbrook, Illinois © 2010 Allstate Insurance Company.

If you don’t call me You don’t know Jack! 312 South Front Street New Bern, NC 28560

ZAYTOUN-RAINES Jack Morton, Jr. Broker, E-Pro

Cell: 252-259-4736 Office: 252-633-3069 Fax: 252-633-5515

www.C21ZR.com

Teresa Arthur

Lola Thomas

Mortgage Banker NMLS# 118536 M: (252) 617-0300

Mortgage Banker NMLS# 118533 M: (252) 670-2213

www.AlphaMortgage.com • 134 Craven Street • New Bern, NC 28562

Each Office is Independently Owned & Operated

Your Guide to the Latest

LOCAL PROPERTIES EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED “WOW...THIS PLACE IS NEW BERN’S BEST KEPT SECRET” so said one of our customers. JL Kirkman’s Antique Mall is always loaded with beautiful things! Things like granny & great granny had years ago! If you have not visited our mall, you don’t know what you’ve missed! “A short trip across the bridge to Bridgeton”! M-F 9-6, Sat. 10-6 (252)634-2745

1994 CHAPARRAL 225 SLC Motorboat with cabin and extras . 2007 dual axle trailer with brakes. Runs great. $8,700/OBO. Call Joe (252)649-0604

TRUMPET. YANMAR. Like new. $150 or best offer. (252)269-8662

2 BED, 2 BA, available now. Garage, fenced. Forrest Park. $825 References No pets 252-646-3356

3 BEDROOM, 1.5 bath, fenced backyard, shop in back, $850 + deposit-pets neg 252-269-6181

ABSOLUTE DISPOSAL Used Motel Furniture Desks, End Tables, Headboards, $10.00 Each Plaza Superstore, Havelock (252)4470314

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 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

$4.50 per bale! Delivered! (252)244-1738 THANK YOU THANK you St Jude for favors granted. BL Pray St Jude novena

2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Trent Rd, Glenburnie Rd, Tyson Mgmt 252-514-0188 $50 PER MONTH! 8’x20’, 160 sq.ft., We deliver to your site. On-Site Storage (910) 389-3659

SINGLE-WIDE MOBILE FOR SALE By owner. 20x40 shed, 18x20 addition. 5.76 acres. 513 Hardesty Loop Rd. Newport $122,000. (252)269-8662

EXTRA CLEAN 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH Brinson school district and Cherrybranch! $900 month No inside pets. (252)670-1229 FAIRFIELD HARBOR, 3/2.5 bath. Rent to own. Owner Financing. $990. (252)671-4564

ALLIANCE MANOR APARTMENTS 1 & 2 bedroom units in Alliance with central heating and air, stove, refrigerator, carpet and mini-blinds. Designed for senior citizens (62 & over) and disabled persons. Rents based on income with rental assistance and units for persons with disabilities. Visit our office at 207 Cowell Road in Alliance between 9a-2p Tuesday & Thursday. TDD#1-800-735-2962.

LARGE 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH . 3200 Sq.Ft. home in Trentwoods. No inside pets. $1350/mo. (252)670-1229 NEW BERN - RENOVATED Historic House. 4 bedroom, 2 bath. $900. (252)671-4564

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 PRIVATE FURNISHED ROOM with central heat and air. $120/week and up. New Bern (252)637-2040

220 Apartments for Rent

1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENTS Waterfront setting, weekly, monthly. (910)578-5777 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENTS Waterfront setting, weekly, monthly. (910)578-5777 FIRST FLOOR 1 BEDROOM, central AC, hardwood floors, off street parking, secure location. $495/mo Call Allen (252) 514-0639

NEWPORT, NC Quiet, clean, 1 or 2 bedroom apartments. Completely furnished including housekeeping. No deposits, $495 total move-in cost. Pay Semi-monthly. Hostess House 252-223-6020

1822 S.GLENBURNIE RD. Across from Post Office beside UPS store. Retail or office. $1400. Chuck Tyson (252)670-5230.

VARIOUS SIZE OFFICES. Ranging from $450-$750/Month Chuck Tyson, Tyson Management. (252) 633-5766

Save BIG on a mod or manufactured home visit: www.downeastnewbern.co m/ 252-649-1799

TYLER PLACE APARTMENTS • High efficiency heat pumps • Water, sewer, trash pickup included • Large, open floor plans Call or come by today for more information Email for Application: tylerplace@embarqmail.com

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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.

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511 New Street ~ $175,000

3000 Brices Creek Road ~ $185,000

Classic southern 4 bedroom 2 bath home built in 1947. Lots of architectural features including ballast rock fireplace with knotty pine. Historic District.

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

MLS#92806 Tina Mills 252-617-5564

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105 Portside Lane ~ $187,500

23 Pier Point ~ $189,500

Location, Location, Location! Close to NBG&CC & EC Yacht Club. Comfortable brick home on a quiet cul-de-sac on large wooded lot. Slate walk & brick patio.

Great home in a great neighborhood in need of a loving owner to bring back the luster! 3BR/3BA, Formal LR, DR, eat-in kitchen, Sun Room & large BONUS. Showings require 24 advance notice. Third party approval required to close. Short sale process has been initiated and issued approved list price. .

Great price on a 3 BRs / 2 bath WATERFRONT home in River Bend! Panoramic water views from Carolina Room & deck. Boat dock too. Come see!

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

MLS#93087 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

MLS#92778 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315

MLS#87262 Patty Douglas 252-670-6100

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Wow-priced almost $100K below tax value on this 3BR/2BA, masonry stucco waterfront home! Spacious, open living areas with tiled flooring, fully appointed kitchen, screened porch, deck and dock for you boat! 54' of waterfront and over a third acre lot. Motivated seller~Bring all offers!

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3205 Coley Lane ~ $194,900 Parker II. Popular plan with finished room on third floor. Separate dining room, laundry on 2nd floor, bonus room, sitting area in master bedroom, country kitchen. Creekside Elementary School. $8000 seller incentives.

MLS#88678 Lawrence Land Company® 252-447-1529

MLS#89408 Lawrence Land Company® 252-447-1529

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502 Neuchatel ~ $199,900 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 MLS#89785 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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

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1110 Basil Drive ~ $212,000 Great brick home with new carpet, paint & shingles with 1 yr new stove, microwave, washer & dryer, 3rd bedroom makes a charming Carolina Room. Screen porch perfect for summer nights & a deck perfect for summer days & cook outs.

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1310 Benfield Avenue ~ $225,000 2315 Brices Creek Road ~ $228,000 Located in Oakview S/D, this one story home w/ FROG features 3 BRs & 2 baths, hardwood floors, built-in bookshelves & desks. Beautiful 1/2 acre lot.

This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths & a beautiful yard, new Heat Pump in 2011, new shingles in 2010. Great deck w/pergola & fan. Sealed crawlspace.

FREE Riding Lawnmower w/Beautifully maintained house with fresh paint, dark wood floors in the open living areas & lots of privacy in fenced back yard. Master Suite has jetted tub, dual vanity his & hers walk-in closets in Master suite. Stainless steel appliance, granite countertops & screen porch

Beautiful brick home in immaculate condition with gorgeous yard. Inside completely updated. Remodeled kitchen. Fencedin backyard. Detached garage. Long list of improvements.

MLS#92266 The Bartram Team 252-636-7313

MLS#92555 Rowland Bowen 252-259-6904

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NISSAN 2008 XTERRA 4x4, good tires, tow package, 104,000 miles, serviced every 5,000 miles $9,800.00 252-514-5225

2, 3, & 4 Bedroom Singlewides at Sandy Ridge MHP Bridgeton. No pets allowed. Rental lots available. (252)474-5058

3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Vanceboro in quiet park. Nice & clean, large lot! No pets. $515 month + deposit. (252) 671-1946

FORD 2006 TAURUS SEL White, V6, Clean Dependable was $3490 Sale $2997 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252)447-0314

LINCOLN 1999 TOWNCAR Excutive Series, Silver, Leather, Luxury Ride was $3990 SALE $2990 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314

VERY SMALL 2 BEDROOM Private lot, $375 + deposit, references. 2315 Georgia Ave. (910)545-2802

FORD 2007 EXPLORER SPORT TRAC Gold, Limited Edition, V-8, Leather interior, 32,000 miles, Automatic, 4-door,Tow Package, Step rails, EXCELLENT CONDITION, maintenance log available. 252-633-9962 or 252-670-8169

NISSAN 2004 MAXIMA Blue, Solid, Sharp, Sporty was $4900 Special Price At $4400 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

CHEVY 1998 C/K 3500 Cheyenne Silverado, Crew Cab, 4 Dr, Super Worker was $4485 SALE $3985 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314 MERCURY 2005 GRAND MARQUIS Maroon, Clean, Luxury Ride, Looks & Runs Great was $4800 Sale $3800 Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

CLEAN YOUR ROOM and sell your unwanted items JEEP 2002 LIBERTY SPORT White, Good Ride was $3975 BLOWOUT SALE $2800 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252447-0314

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CHEVROLET 2002 SILVERADO and other C/K1500 Immaculate condition. One owner. 72,250 miles. V-8, 4.8 liter automatic transmission, power steering, air conditioning, power locks, single CD AM-FM stereo, dual air bags, steel wheels, bed liner, matching cap, blue body. Please leave a message and we will get back to you. $9,500 (252)249-0522

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2409 Grace Avenue~$220,000

800 Cardinal Drive~$450,000

Medical/Dental Building. Ample Parking. Terrific Location. Close to Everything Tyson & Hooks Realty~(252) 633-5766

Ideal location for medical or other business. 17 Offices/5 Bathrooms/Reception Tyson & Hooks Realty~(252) 633-5766

1425 #7 Glenburnie Rd. ~$65,000 Nice brick office complex w/ multiple offices, reception area, admin office, bathroom. Owner financing available. Can be leased for $750/ month w/option to buy. MLS#92352

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Looking for a way to fill your apartments, rental homes, & commercial buildings? Advertise them here in our Weekly Section!!!

Call Celia Rolison 252-635-5640

4414 HWY 17 S/RIVER BEND/GREAT INVESTMENT/ $40,000 UNDER TAX VALUE-REDUCED Listed by:Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 .................................................................................................................................$45,900 3709 TRENT ROAD/FORMERLY THE “ICE HOUSE” HIGH TRAFFIC LOCATION/GREAT OPPORTUNITY Listed by:Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 ............................................................................................................................... $194,900 3940 MLKING BLVD./1 AC. CLEARED CORNER LOT ZONED C-3/ CITY WATER & SEWER AVAILABLE/231 FT. OF FRONTAGE HWY 17 S Listed by:Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 ............................................................................................................................... $275,000 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

100 Hawthorne Court, Havelock $19,700 MLS#92804

BEST BUY AROUND! Invest or build your new home! Lovely corner lot in pocket neighborhood of Westbrooke. Duke Energy. Nancy Hollows Real Estate (252) 636-3177

125 Hawks Pond $49,000 MLS#82990

325 Dixon Road $59,000 MLS#85420

Land & Waterfront Properties, LLC. Call Leverett Owens (252) 229-8444

Land & Waterfront Properties, LLC. Call Leverett Owens (252) 229-8444

925 Sea Holly/Water Access/ Fairfield Harbour ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 .................................. $5,000 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..................................$39,900 903 Hampton Way/Lakefront/Trent Woods ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 .......................................$40,000 112 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............................................................................$56,900 105 Knotline Rd. Lot 177/Wooded River Bend lot with 128ft of canal front ~ Listed by: Bob Bartram Century 21 Zaytoun-Raines • (262) 636-7313...$82,500 1221 Pine Valley Dr. Greenbrier Waterfront on 18th hole of the Emerald ~ Listed by: Bob Bartram Century 21 Zaytoun-Raines • (262) 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............................... $175,000 111 Brugg Court Waterfront Taberna lot with over 120ft of deep water on Brices Creek ~ Listed by: Bob Bartram Century 21 Zaytoun-Raines • (262) 636-7313 ..... $187,000 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 .........................$249,900 811 B Street/Bridgeton/Perfect Riverfront Setting ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766............................ $275,000 128 Johnson Point Road/Neuse River REDUCED ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766 .......................... $279,000 661-2 Hanes Farm Road/1.85Acres, 160’ on the Trent River ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766....................... $599,000 661 Hanes Farm Road/3.5 +/- ac. Trent River ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hook Realty • (252) 633-5766............................... $1,250,000

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1011 Yacht Court ~ $247,500 4 BR 3 BATH w/ FROG in Fairfield Harbour. Carolina Room. Split bedroom floor plan. Rinnai hot water heater. Circular drive plus more bells & whistles. Water view & water access. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#90725 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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2003 Royal Pines ~ $249,900

413 E. Grantham Road ~ $250,000

Brick home in like new condition. Great open floor plan features great room with fireplace, dining room, breakfast area, all with hardwood floors, gorgeous molding, custom kitchen. Screened porch and deck overlook golf course and pond. Ready to move in.

Loads of space in this 5 Bed home with 3 Baths, plus 2 half baths! Large 2 story Living room with laminate wood floors throughout. Screened Porch, Fully Fenced Yard, Workshop plus more! Call to see!

Beautifully landscaped yard with sprinkler system front & back. All brick home has 3BR, 2BA & large finished FROG. Features a Rinnai unlimited hot water system, vaulted ceiling in family room & tray ceiling in Master BR. Also has a large screened porch. HVAC Natural Gas & kitchen appliances are new.

MLS#88686 Linda Wahnsiedler 252-670-2734

MLS#93072 Angela Jovanovich 252-474-5627

MLS#92680 Jack Morton 252-259-4736

101 Fern Court ~ $279,900

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101 Barkside Lane ~ $299,000 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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Governor's Mill. Immaculate custom built 3 B/R, 2.1 BA brick home in quiet area on cul-de-sac. Features are too numerous to list here. Open floor plan. Master downstairs. Bonus room.

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306 Camelia Road ~ $319,950 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”.

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6117 Castleton Court ~ $279,000 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

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A 4 Bdrm and 3 Bath home on a cul-de-sac in Reedy Creek Subdivision. On over 1/2 acre lot with fenced backyard. Gas heat, gas stove, Corian countertops, wood floors and large Master Bedroom on the ground floor. Master Bath has His/Her sinks,a jetted tub, tiled floor and separate shower. Home Warranty. MLS#90817 Barry Evans 252-259-5076

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202 Dobbs Spaight Road ~ $329,000

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212 New Street ~ $339,000

105 Captains Cove ~ $339,900

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.

Newly renovated waterfront home. 2600+ SF. 4 Bedrooms, 3 baths. Huge master suite & garage addition in 2009. Garages hold 6 cars, boat, or fun space. Deep water dock. Gorgeous kitchen.

Built for JOHN R. GREEN in 1820, as a Federal side hall residence, the 2-1/2 story house was purchased by First Presbyterian Church in 1842 for a home for its clergy. Enlarged circa 1900. Fine original staircase, mantels and architectural features throughout. A must see!

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

MLS#90695 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

MLS#84023 Patty Douglas 252-670-6100

MLS#91988 Nancy Hollows Real Estate® 252-636-3177

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102 Barkside Lane ~ $374,900

3107 Coriander Drive ~ $380,000

This is a lovely impressive unique home with unusual height and detailing. A 4 BdRm & 3 bath home with tray ceiling, crown molding and hardwood floors. All Formal areas. A stunning Kitchen with work Island, recessed lighting, plenty of cabinets and breakfast bar & generous family eat-in space. MLS#92131 Barry Evans 252-259-5076

-CONVENIENCE- PRIVACY-SPACEA 3 or 4 BdRM, 3 Bath Home with Apx 3490 Sqft. A 3 Zone Florida Heat Pump System. 3.5 Acres with a 45’x 60’ bulk-headed Pond. 3 Car garage. A lovely, impressive, and a very livable family home. All Formal areas. Split Bdrm design. Home Warranty. MLS#90035 Barry Evans 252-259-5076

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4405 Cobblestone Alley ~ $399,000 This warm and inviting "2013 Parade of Homes Winner" opens to a dramatic high ceiling rotunda leading into a spacious open floor plan with hardwood floors and a stacked stone fireplace. With 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, there is room for everyone. Entertain year round in your 3 season porch surrounded by nature. Lot width increased by 15' road frontage.

1804 River Drive ~ $399,000 River life at its best. 4 B/R 3 Baths. Granite, stainless, hardwood, plus more. Awesome views. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#92604 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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3704 Cerise Circle ~ $477,500

Exceptional Colonial home in Trent Woods w/ 4 fireplaces, 3 BR's and 2.5 Baths situated on quiet neighborhood on corner lot. Williamsburg designed w/ private and beautiful yard.

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!

MLS#92542 Larry Beck (252) 229-8980

MLS#92473 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

MLS#90469 Bruce Birnbaum 252-229-9160

HOME AND/OR SUBDIVISION OF LAND.

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2359 Chinquapin Road ~ $550,000

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 MLS#88492 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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Stunning home situated on cul-de-sac w/sweeping views of the 7th fairway from rear living areas. This home includes large gathering room, kitchen & dining area. Spacious Master w/trey ceiling w/access to rear deck. Kitchen features beautiful cabinetry, granite countertops, Moen stone sink.

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Beautiful contemporary brick home situated on the Trent River. Large, open floor plan with fully appointed kitchen. SS appliances, 6 burner gas cook top and sep breakfast area. Newly refinished H/W floors, 4 fireplaces, includes dbl sided for LR & Kitchen. 16x32 in-ground pool, dock & boat lift.

4503 Carteret Drive ~ $719,000 Incredible 4 BR, 3.3 Bath brick home on the 5th hole of NBG&CC. Unbelievable "ensuite". Features are too numerous to list. Call for showing.

MLS#87282 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315

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661 Hanes Farm Road ~ $1,250,000

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION - 3.5+/- acres of the "Hanes Farm" is now available. Located on the beautiful Trent River across from NBGCC & EC Yacht Club. This large waterfront will serve as your little bit of heaven. THIS PROPERTY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF! All measurements are approx.

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