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2nd Marine Aircraft Wing squadrons return from Red Flag LANCE CPL. JOSHUA R. HEINS MCAS CHERRY POINT

Over 160 Marines with 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion and Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 4 returned to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Feb. 18 after supporting Red Flag at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Red Flag is a competitive exercise for U.S. and NATO pilots to practice their abilities in aerial combat against air and ground targets, according to 1st Lt. Justin T. Gaines, the executive officer for Battery B, 2nd LAAD. 2nd LAAD provided ground defense and aerial fire during the exercise, engaging mock enemy forces with notional surface-to-air missiles, said Gaines. “The great thing about Red Flag is it gives the Marines a real life situation,” said Gaines. “The pilots are conducting defensive and tactical maneuvers they would use in a combat environment.” The exercise provided great opportunities for both 2nd LAAD on the ground and the pilots and crew in the air, according to Gaines. Pilots were able to practice aerial combat maneuvers while also defending against threats from the ground. “Red Flag helps with keeping the Marines from becoming complacent,” See REDFLAG page A9

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Gunnery Sgt. Kyle Smith marshals an EA-6B Prowler during Red Flag 14-1 Jan. 30 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The Prowler is a fully integrated electronic warfare system combining long-range, all-weather capabilities with advanced electronic countermeasures. Smith is a crew chief with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 4.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day VMAQ-2, MALS-14 Marines, Sailors reunite with loved ones after returning from UDP in Japan LANCE CPL. VICTOR A. ARRIAGA MCAS CHERRY POINT

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Sgt. Tino Garcia embraces his children Feb. 13 after returning from a six-month deployment to Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, as part of a Unit Deployment Program rotation with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 2.

More than 200 Marines and Sailors with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 2 and Marine Air Logistics Squadron 14 returned home Feb. 13 after participating in the squadron’s first Unit Deployment Program rotation to Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, since 2002. While deployed for six months, the squadron provided electronic warfare support to Pacific Command in the event of major conflict or contingency operations. EA-6B Prowlers play a critical role in the suppression of enemy air defenses during combat operations, said Maj. Geoffrey Z.

Gosik, the executive officer of VMAQ-2. “As always, the Marines of VMAQ-2 performed exceptionally well, displaying the ‘Can Do Easy’ spirit of the squadron while exceeding all expectations,” said Gosik, citing the squadron’s motto. “The squadron overcame a heavy maintenance workload that enabled squadron aircrews to participate in valuable training opportunities that are not available at Cherry Point.” A highlight of the deployment was integrating with PACOM after more than a decade of deploying in support of contingency See UDP page A9

Harrier training squadron prepares pilots for air-to-surface combat LANCE CPL. UNIQUE B. ROBERTS MCAS CHERRY POINT

More than 100 members of Marine Attack Training Squadron 203 recently traveled to Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., conducting AV-8B Harrier pilot training as a part of the annual Broken Resolution exercise over the deserts of southern Arizona. Broken Resolution exposes student pi-

lots within the squadron to air-to-surface tactics, according to Capt. Kevin T. Smalley, an instructor pilot with the squadron. “The training consists of dive bombing, strafing, target area mechanics and close air support,” said Smalley. During the training, VMAT-203 pilots and crew conduct aircraft maintenance, mission planning and execution, according to Smalley. Patrolling the skies over

the Barry Gold M. Goldwater and Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery Ranges, the student pilots practice bombing runs at angles ranging from 10-45 degrees, said Smalley. For the student pilots, Broken Resolution offers an opportunity to experience the Harrier’s full potential. The Marines are training to use the Harrier’s weapons systems with precision

2nd MAW support squadron participates in direct air support center drill at Cherry Point LANCE CPL. JOSHUA R. HEINS MCAS CHERRY POINT

Members of Marine Air Support Squadron 1 conducted a direct air support center, or DASC, drill at Cherry Point Feb. 10-13. The Marines trained to prepare MASS-1 for deployments and possible contingency operations, according to Cpl. David Moss, the white cell crew chief for the drill. “Procedural control means we trust what information the pilots relay to us,” said Moss.”We cannot see the aircraft at all; we don’t use radar, we plot points and navigate them using the information they provide to us.” Mission proficiency requires Marines to cross train and learn several roles within the DASC, according

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to Moss. Understanding each role helps unit cohesion and makes MASS-1 more mission capable. “Knowing the abilities of the different aircraft is also important,” said Moss. “You wouldn’t want to send a UH-1N Huey to pick up a squad of Marines in need of an emergency [evacuation]. MASS-1 trains continuously, according to 1st Lt. Trevor Anderson, the officer in charge for the DASC drill with MASS-1. Training, including DASC drills, helps the MASS-1 Marines prepare for a variety of situations. “Performing the DASC drills works great for preparing the Marines,” said Anderson. “We can control the tempo of the drill so Marines who are new to the system can learn while the experienced ones can receive the tempo they would while deployed.”

while maintaining accuracy and safety for possible future engagements, according to Smalley. “The training offers an opportunity for Marines to drop pretty much every weapon that the Harrier can carry in Southern California and Southwest Arizona,” said Smalley. See RESOLUTION page A9

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The City of Havelock will temporarily stop adding ammonia during the city’s drinking water disinfection process beginning March 3. This annual change is required by federal and state regulations governing the operation of water treatment systems. The City of Havelock will resume adding ammonia during disinfection March 31. The city plans to flush fire hydrants in conjunction with the temporary disinfection change. During the temporary switch to chlorine, customers may notice an increase in chlorine taste and smell. The city plans to test system chlorine levels daily to ensure the water is safe for all purposes. System flushing may result in some minor discoloration of the water provided to customers. If water appears discolored, customers should flush faucets for several minutes. If discoloration persists, contact Public Services Lines Division at (252) 444-6409 or (252) 670-0663. Specific questions regarding chlorination and chloramination should be directed to Water Treatment staff at (252) 444-6420. City of Havelock customers should call Public Services or the Water Department at (252) 444-6404. For information about the flushing program, please visit the city’s website at http://www.havelocknc.us.

Nugent Cove road closures Cherry Point Atlantic Marine Corps Communities plans a new inventory improvement for the Nugent Cove Community. The plan includes construction of 102 new homes, demolition of 326 Nugent Cove legacy homes and inventory improvement to the 168 remaining homes. To facilitate the new improvements, certain roads and sidewalks will be closed. There is a planned closure at the intersection of Hertford and Catawba Roads beginning this week until Feb. 28. Hyde and Hertford Roads will also be closed as new sewer and water lines are prepared. The sidewalk is also closed along Alexander Road. The road closure on Alexander Road will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Visit http://bit.ly/1eMv8Xh for more information.

Valentine’s Day is a time for romance. People give cards, letters, flowers and gifts to their spouses, children, family members and friends to show love and appreciation. Cpl. Chorelle Ramirez, an aircraft electrical systems technician with Marine Attack Training Squadron 203, celebrated Valentine’s Day Feb. 14 by visiting local senior citizens, showing them care and love during a time when it’s needed the most. Ramirez spent time dancing, talking and giving to seniors during her visit to the Riverpoint Crest Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and the UniHealth Post-acute Care Trent Nursing Home, both in New Bern. “There are many people out there who are hurting and who need help, and if giving my time can make even the smallest of difference then I am going to do it,” said Ramirez. “Give someone your time and it will mean more than words can ever say or gifts that you could ever buy.” Ramirez has volunteered since high school, dedicating her time to people who needed it in some way or another. After joining the Marine Corps in 2009, she began volunteering while off duty. “Volunteering is important to me because I believe that there is more to life than just what I can do for myself,” said Ramirez. “This is my opportunity to give a little something of myself; to give my time to those exact people and let them know that there is home for them, that they still matter and that others do care about them.” Ramirez talked with some of the residents, recalling Valentine’s Days past. “It was just awesome,” said Ramirez. “Some say that in giving to others you get something in return. I’m here to say that it’s true and that’s better than gold if you will just recognize it.” This is a part of life in and out of uniform for Ramirez who has a habit of looking for ways to contribute wherever she goes. “Relationships are hard to come by and hard to have while serving in the military, but being a Marine is a part of who I am,” said Ramirez. “The job that I do in the Marine Corps can be demanding at times, but those that I love and care about, and those who love and care about me, understand this.” Ramirez, a Single Marine Program volunteer, looks for volunteer opportunities routinely. “[The Single Marine Program] makes it easier to know what is out there. They make it really convenient for volunteers to find opportunities to give back to the community and its people,” said Ramirez. For more information about SMP volunteer opportunities visit http://mccscherrypoint.com/programs/singlemarines-program/ or call (252) 466-3027.

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Cpl. Chorelle Ramirez, a volunteer with the Single Marine Program, spends time with Bernadine Harkley, a resident of Riverpoint Crest Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, on Valentine’s Day. Ramirez, an aircraft electrical systems technician with Marine Attack Training Squadron 203, celebrated Valentine’s Day by visiting nursing homes in the community.

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As an administrative clerk, Lance Cpl. Kathy Vang, with Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2, is responsible for ensuring all paperwork and packages are complete and properly filled out before being handed to the commanding general. Vang said she loves her job because she gets a great feeling from helping Marines. The 20-year-old earned a meritorious promotion to lance corporal in December 2013, and was then selected to work in the headquarters building as the administrative clerk for the commanding general. As part of her duties, Vang prepares various administrative packages for Marines of the Quarter, meritorious promotions and travel. “It is my job to put together packages that have to be signed by the [commanding general],” said Vang. “I do all the administrative work so that his job is easier.” Marines across the air station rely on administrative clerks to process administrative requests properly and promptly, Vang said. Assisting Marines makes her happy to come to work every day. Vang likes to play tennis and women’s football off duty. She spends her free time volunteering at animal shelters, soup kitchens and at her church. Vang also enjoys keeping in touch with her three brothers who are spread across the Marine Corps in Japan, Georgia and California. “I love expanding my knowledge in and out of the Marine Corps,” said Vang. “I want to take everything I can and learn something from it.” Vang strives to excel, going above and beyond her peers. A key to her success is her desire to learn from the Marine Corps and everyone around her, she said .

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For the second time in less than a month, Cherry Point and most of the Crystal Coast experienced blistery, blizzard-like conditions that swept much of the country last week. The aftermath of the freezing rain and ice delayed, and in some instances halted, normal operations aboard the air station, limiting access on and off base for all but essential personnel. Although operations were limited, the critical personnel the air station relies on were still on the job, ensuring essential services would not halt completely. The irregular operations Tuesday and Wednesday gave Cherry Point residents another opportunity to enjoy the rare wintery weather. Many members of the community took advantage of the extra free time to partake in their favorite snow day activities including snowball fights, building snowmen and sledding.

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Sgt. Michael Black runs through the snow and ice poured during a storm at Cherry Point Feb. 11. Black is an air support operations operator with Marine Air Support Squadron 1.

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One-year-old Jalaya H. experiences snow for the first time during a winter storm at Cherry Point Feb. 11.

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Camouflage netting catches several inches of snow and freezing rain during a Marine Air Support Squadron 1 direct support air center drill at Cherry Point Feb. 11. Cherry Point scaled back operations temporarily for all but essential personnel during the ice and snowstorm Feb. 11-13, 2014. While the air station is operational during all weather conditions year around, 24-hours a day, hazardous road conditions across the surrounding area delayed or halted normal flight operations and station services.

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The railroad tracks running across Cherry Point collect snow and ice during a storm Feb. 11. Although operations aboard the installation were limited, the critical personnel the air station relies on were still on the job, ensuring essential services would not halt completely.

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Sgt. Matthew R. and his 1-year-old daughter Abby build a snowman during a snow and ice storm at Cherry Point Feb. 11.


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Republic of Korea and U.S. Marines stand in formation after conducting an amphibious demonstration at Hat Yao Beach, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 14 during exercise Cobra Gold 2014. Cobra Gold, in its 33rd iteration, advances security in the Asia-Pacific region. The U.S. Marines are with 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, currently assigned to 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force under the unit deployment program.

Marines secure a beach during an amphibious demonstration at Hat Yao Beach, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 14 during exercise Cobra Gold 2014.

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Royal Thai and Republic of Korea assault amphibious vehicles lay a smoke screen during an amphibious demonstration at Hat Yao Beach, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 14 during exercise Cobra Gold 2014.

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HAT YAO, Thailand - Royal Thai, Republic of Korea and U.S. Marines demonstrated a combined amphibious assault Feb. 14 at Hat Yao Beach, Kingdom of Thailand, during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014. “We have three different countries and their forces, both Marines and Sailors, participating in today’s exercise,” said Maj. Gen. H. Stacy Clardy III, the commanding general for 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force. “It highlights the commitment by those countries to have this capability within their countries, within their militaries, and it’s a unique capability in the world.” Land, air and sea assets from all three nations operated during the multinational training event, beginning with small unit reconnaissance teams infiltrating the beach to secure the shore for the main force to follow. While amphibious assault vehicles approached the shore, two U.S. Marine

FA-18 Hornets and two Royal Thai Air Force F-16 Falcons made multiple passes over the beach as ordnance exploded in the water. With the beachhead secured by the reconnaissance Marines and aircraft, the combined landing force stormed out of the AAVs from the surf. “The training today went very well,” said Clardy. “They hit the beach when they were supposed to. You can see the combined capabilities and how they were all working together to achieve their objectives.” Training with partner nations provides a venue where all forces can learn from one another and exercise their interoperability. “It’s definitely a good experience for the Marines to get out here and train with the other nations,” said 1st Lt. John Sheehan, a platoon commander with 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, currently assigned to 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, III MEF under the unit deployment program. “This gives the Marines an idea

Royal Thai, Republic of Korea and U.S. Marines coordinate forces during an amphibious demonstration at Hat Yao Beach, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 14 during exercise Cobra Gold 2014. Cobra Gold, in its 33rd iteration, is designed to advance regional security in the Asia Pacific region.

of how everyone operates and shows that other forces on the battlefield can share the same perspective.” Not only did the training enhance and increase the capabilities of participating forces, it also provided the Marines with a sense of inspiration. “It feels great to conduct this exercise,” said Cpl. Brain Engeldrum, an assistant squad leader with 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines. “I have a real sense of pride knowing we can work together with other units and other nations like Thailand and Korea.” Following the demonstration, the Thai, Korean and U.S. distinguished visitors of Cobra Gold 2014 commended the multinational force and thanked them for a job well done. “It provided an opportunity to increase our interoperability between the nations,” said Clardy. “They all worked really well together and did it in a professional manner.” Even though the language barrier in a

large-scale exercise like Cobra Gold can pose a challenge, the amphibious landing went as planned, showing that interoperability between nations is a tangible goal even with cultural barriers. “What I hope we got from this exercise the most is friendship,” said Adm. Pithan Viankhunthod, the Secretary of the Royal Thai Navy. “Not just a friendship, but a long-lasting one that we can hold on to even after this exercise. I believe (friendship) is the most important part of working with other nations and keeping strong ties.” Viankhunthod is also looking forward to new long-lasting relationships in future exercises. “Hopefully with other nations seeing these three countries working together today and becoming closer, other nations will want to participate next year in the exercise,” said Viankhunthod. “I encourage other countries to come out and be a part of this great thing.”

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U.S. Marines and Royal Thai Marines load onto an MV-22B Osprey as part of fast-execution training during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014 in Utapao, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 12. Cobra Gold 14 is a multinational exercise developed to strengthen the relationship, mission readiness and interoperability between the Kingdom of Thailand and the U.S. The Marines are with 2nd platoon, Company L, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division.

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Marines and Sailors with various Cherry Point units pose for a group photo before a scrimmage at the Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point soccer field Feb. 14. The service members volunteer for soccer programs throughout the Eastern North Carolina region. The volunteers coach and mentor children about the fundamentals of soccer and promoting positive relationships with others.

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Marines and Sailors at Cherry Point have joined together to assist the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association in coaching soccer. With the 2014 All Marine Soccer Team on hold, due to budgetary constraints, Capt. Bradley A. Poulin, one of the coaches for the All Marine Soccer team, now coaches youth soccer players in Swansboro, N.C., to maintain his soccer experience. Despite the cut, Poulin encourages other service members to volunteer with the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association to teach children ages 5 to 18 the ins-and-outs of the game. Collectively, between Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point, Marine Attack Squadron 231 and Marine Transport Squadron 1, a

dozen Marines and Sailors participate in the volunteer program offered through the association all year. Volunteers coach and mentor youths three or four days a week in counties around Eastern North Carolina. “Being a volunteer soccer coach is a difficult job. Not only is your sole responsibility to train and mentor the kids but also coach the games,” said Poulin. With the numbers of soccer players steadily increasing, the volunteers have to be resourceful when trying to gather equipment needed to practice and aid their teams in a successful season. More often than not, the coaches pay out of pocket to fund their teams, according to Poulin. “Some equipment is provided, however, many coaches purchase their own due to lack of team funding. I personally spend about $1,000 a year on the kids,” said Poulin. Spending personal money to help fund the soccer program comes as second nature to many coaches because

Cherry Point soccer coaches and players enjoy a friendly scrimmage at the Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point soccer field Feb. 14. The Marines and Sailors are volunteers for soccer programs within the local community.

the love for the sport surpasses all obstacles presented. “It’s total selfless sacrifice, no pay, no big coach celebrations, just a Marine and the youth of tomorrow, dayafter-day,” said Poulin. Gunnery Sgt. Carlos A. Candido, a volunteer with the soccer program, believes that helping youth is a great way for volunteers to become experts in soccer. Many of the soccer players have played all of their lives, and when preparing for the season, it provides the volunteers with a great motivating factor to continue working hard, according to Candido. “I do not want the sport to die and fade away and that also motivates me,” said Candidio. For more information on getting involved with the soccer program, visit the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association’s website at http://www.ncsoccer.org/.

Gunnery Sgt. Carlos A. Candido, a Cherry Point soccer player, chases the ball during a scrimmage at the Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point soccer field Feb. 14. The Volunteers are assigned to various units at Cherry Point.

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Capt. Brian Jordan, a UH-1Y Venom pilot, received the British Distinguished Flying Cross, Feb.12, at the British Embassy in Washington. He earned the award for helping save the lives of two British Grenadier Guards while deployed in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, in 2012.

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WASHINGTON - A UH-1Y Venom pilot received the British Distinguished Flying Cross at the British Embassy in Washington, Feb. 12. Capt. Brian Jordan, the second Marine aviator to earn the medal since World War II, earned the award for his actions in June 2012, while deployed in Afghanistan. “This has been a very amazing and humbling experience for me,” Jordan said. “I really am accepting this on behalf of my flight crew and all of the maintainers who work tirelessly on keeping these aircraft operating.

“Without them none of these actions would have been possible.” Jordan said he could not have accomplished this award without the direct efforts of his aircrew consisting of Capt. Joshua Miller, Gunnery Sgt. Andrew Bond, Staff Sgt. Steven Seay and Cpl. Joshua Martinez. The captain also attributes the support of Lt. Col. Stephen Lightfoot and Capt. Frank Jublonski, the pilots of the AH-1Z Viper Super Cobra accompanying them on the mission. “I am happy for him and anyone else who could accomplish something like this,” said Gunnery Sgt. Andrew Bond, the crew chief during the mission. “I am very

The United Kingdom’s Distinguished Flying Cross is a military award presented for acts of valor, courage and devotion to duty while flying in combat operations. Capt. Brian Jordan, a UH-1Y Venom pilot, is the second Marine aviator to earn the medal since World War II. He earned the award for actions on June 21, 2012, while deployed to Afghanistan.

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“I talked to the crew, and we made the assessment that we were all comfortable with going down to pick up the wounded soldier,” Jordan said. “We then heard over the radio, that there was no time and he won’t make it “We all agreed this is what we need to do, we talked to our section leader and told him our intention and he said they would provide cover fire as we went down for the pick.” Jordan landed between the enemy and soldiers. “Both Staff Sgt. Seay and I are search and rescue qualified, so we began to rearrange and prepare the inside of the aircraft the best we could,” Bond said. The aircrew landed between enemy fighters and the British troops to pick up the wounded soldiers. “The situation made it feel like we were on the ground for an eternity,” Jordan said. “Even though we could not have been on the ground for more than 10 seconds. “Both aircraft were in a very low fuel state. We pulled full torque and got the soldier back to Bastion for medical attention.” Both wounded British soldiers survived. “I feel like we were just doing our duty,” Jordan said. “We took the actions we needed to make sure we saved a soldier’s life. Do I think I went above and beyond? No, absolutely not. We are just doing our job to support all the ground forces in any way possible.” “You go through a lot of training to make sure you can make the hard decision when things do not go the way you anticipate,” Jordan said. “It is not just pilots. It is all Marines — Marines always do what is right.”

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said Gaines. “It provides a different situation than daily practice we conduct back in the rear.” The multinational, multiservice exercise, which began in 1975, gives both ground and air forces a chance to operate in a near real-world environment. With designated friendly and enemy forces, Red Flag builds capabilities and simulates scenarios not available in garrison, according to Sgt. Cory M. Gero, a low altitude air defense section leader with Battery B, 2nd LAAD. A constantly evolving battle space during the exercise added realism to the training. “For our [military occupational specialty] this training was great,” said Gero. “It provided a combat environment that was excellent in preparing the Marines.”

Before departing for Broken Resolution at the end of January, the squadron conducted ground and air preparation for the training in Yuma. Several months of planning helped prepare the Marines for the month-long exercise. Training outside Cherry Point offers a unique advantage for the squadron. Building on unit cohesion and teamwork, the squadron continues to focus on overall improvement. When the squadron returns to Cherry Point, they will begin planning for future training exercises, according to Smalley.

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Lance Cpl. Brianna Charpi, a power line mechanic for Marine Attack Training Squadron 203, brings a ladder over to assist Capt. Nate Thayer and Capt. Aaron Hamblin, out of an AV-8B Harrier.

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Sgt. Eric Swenson inspects underneath the wing of an EA-6B Prowler during Red Flag 14-1, Jan. 30, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Swenson is a Prowler airframe mechanic with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 4.

UDP from page A1 operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to Gosik. “Having the opportunity to work with our allies in the region, like the South Koreans, was a unique experience, which benefited the squadron and helped it gain valuable knowledge,” Gosik said. “Also, we participated in Exercise Forager Fury II at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam for six weeks which allowed the squadron to integrate with a Marine Aircraft Group in an expeditionary environment.” Accomplishing their mission, the VMAQ-2 Marines and Sailors returned home to their loved ones after six months apart. For some, the return marks the end of a familiar journey, according to Maria Garcia, Marine wife of Sgt. Tino Garcia, who returned from his fifth deployment. After so long apart, the couple’s children were eager to welcome home their father. “The ones who are really excited for him to get back are the children,” said Maria. “Since it doesn’t really get to me until he steps off that bus, I’ll let them hug him first.” When the buses rolled up to the hangar a little past midnight, Garcia spotted his children and went straight for a hug. “I am so glad to be back because it’s been too long,” said Sgt. Garcia, a power line mechanic with the squadron. “I was worried because we almost got stuck on the way here so I was afraid I wasn’t going to be here in time for Valentine’s Day, but we made it and it’s great to be back.”

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Cpl. Josh Gollnick (left) and Sgt. Eric Swenson (right) communicate with fellow Marines using hand signals during Red Flag 14-1, Jan. 30, 2014, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Gollnick is an aircraft maintenance support equipment mechanic and Swenson is an Prowler airframe mechanic, both with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 4.

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Housed in an original building from the WWII era, The Montford Point Marine Museum, located on Marine Corps Base Camp Gilbert H. Johnson in Jacksonville, N.C., preserves the history of the first African American Marines.

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With African American History Month in full swing, it is important, especially for service members, to remember the people who paved the way for African American troops today. The Montford Point Marines were the first African Americans to enlist in the Marine Corps, earning the name after completing training at Recruit Depot Montford Point, N.C., a separate training facility made for blacks due to segregation in the armed forces during the 1940s. “These men wanted to prove something to the nation and felt the only way to do so was to join the Corps,” said Louise Greggs, the assistant director for the Montford Point Marine Museum, located at Camp Gilbert H. Johnson. More than 20,000 recruits trained at Montford Point between 1942-1949. After a decade, the Marine Corps integrated fully in 1960, said Greggs. “These men started a legacy and opened up the doors for those that came after them,” she said. “The more I learned about them the more I wanted to preserve their history.” Montford Point Marines served in support units in the Pacific during WWII, seeing action on Saipan, Iwo Jima and Okinawa. Some Montford Point Marines served beyond WWII, with deployments to Korea in the 1950s and Vietnam a decade later. The Nation finally recognized the Montford Point Marines in 2011 for their personal sacrifice and service to the country, awarding them the Congressional Gold Medal. “I was present for the ceremony and I remember seeing these men, getting up to go see the black generals,” said Greggs. “Now remember, these Marines had never seen a black general when they served, so these men were standing up despite their age to salute these officers. I was in tears.” The Montford Point Marine Museum opened in 2001 to preserve the history of the first African American Marines with photos, exhibits and articles. Greggs has been a volunteer since then and is now the assistant director for the museum alongside her husband, Finney Greggs, who was appointed director of the museum in 2003. A chance encounter with one of the original Montford Point Marines led to her interest in the Montford Point Marines and their history, she said. Edgar R. Huff was the first African American Marine to earn the rank of sergeant major and was one of the original Montford Point Marines. He was admitted into the hospital while Gregg’s husband, who served in the Navy, was stationed in Philadelphia in 1987. “Everyone in the area at the time was talking about this man and the legacy that he had and I got to talk to him; it was unreal,” said Greggs. “The thing that I remember the most about our meeting is him saying ‘If I could go back and do it again, I would,’ and that was what led me to want to do something to share their history.” The museum is located in the original messhall on the hallowed grounds of what used to be Montford Point Camp. The history of the Marines runs through the building and everything inside it, said Greggs. “These Marines did everything with perseverance and courage while opening up many doors for the men that followed them,” she said. “This isn’t just black history; this is United States Marine Corps History.”

The Montford Point Marine Museum, located on the hallowed grounds of Camp Gilbert H. Johnson, houses artifacts and memorabilia of legendary Marines like Sgt. Maj. Edgar R. Huff.

At the Montford Point Marine Museum, patrons can view original artifacts dating back as far as the 1940s.

The Montford Point Marine Museum, located at Camp Gilbert H. Johnson in Jacksonville, N.C., houses artifacts and memorabilia telling the story of the first African American Marines.


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Announcements ► Indicates new announcement Snow Up the Park Snow Up the Park is a winter wonderland at the Swansboro Municipal Park, Friday from 6–10 p.m. The event is sponsored by 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. Family Fun Day The city of New Bern will host its third annual Family Fun Day Saturday at the New Bern Riverfront Convention Center. The event is sponsored by A Dog’s Dream Dreamer’s Foundation and will go from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. The center will be turned into a fun-filled family carnival with games, prizes, local vendors, clowns, bounce houses, dog demonstrations and more. Tickets are $5 with only 3,000 available seats. For more information, contact A Dog’s Dream Dreamer’s Foundation at (252) 514-2502 or email contact at dreamersfoundation.org. ► Spring Craft Fair The History Place will host a Spring Craft Fair March 1 from 9 a.m.– 4 p.m. The fair will feature crafters of ceramics, alpaca products, shell ornaments, jewelry and gemstones, etched glass and a variety of artworks. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call (252) 247-7533 or visit www. thehistoryplace.org. 19th Annual Train Show The Sudan Temple in historic downtown New Bern will host the Carolina Coastal Railroader’s 19th Annual Train Show, March 1 from 10 a.m.– 5 p.m. and March 2 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The show will feature ten operating layouts and more than 25 vendors for buying, selling and swapping model trains. Door prizes and food concessions will also be available for the duration of the event. Admission for ages 12 and older are $6 per person and children under the age of 12 are free with adult admission. Tickets can be used for admission to the event both days. For more information please contact Joseph Hofmann with Carolina Coastal Railroaders at (252) 638-8872.

► 23rd Annual Emerald Isle St. Patrick’s Festival The Emerald Plantation Shopping Center will host Emerald Isle’s 23rd annual St. Patrick’s Festival Saturday, March 15 from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Admission and parking for the festival are free. The event will feature more than 75 arts and crafts vendors, food vendors, clowns and static displays along with amusement rides, a climbing wall, face painters and other familyoriented activities. Traditional foods will be sold and a beer garden will be open for patrons to enjoy. The Little Ms. & Mr. Leprechaun Contest will take place at 9 a.m. for boys and girls ages 2–3 and 4–5. Pre-registration for the contest is required by 12 p.m. on March 13 with a $15 entry fee. For additional information, visit www.emeraldisle-nc.org or call (252) 354-6350. ► Cherry Point Montford Point Marines Celebration The Cherry Point Chapter of the Montford Point Marine Association will host its 6th Annual Anniversary Celebration March 15 at Miller’s Landing. This year’s event features a keynote address from Dr. James Averhart, the Montford Point Marine Association’s national president. The evening will begin with a reception at 6 p.m., followed by the keynote address at 7 p.m., and will conclude with dancing and hors d’oeuvres at 8 p.m. For more information, call (252) 229-1657 or (252) 2419417. New Bern Civic Theatre Presentation The New Bern Civic Theatre will present Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella beginning March 21. Performances scheduled for March 21, 22, 28, and 29 at 7:30 and March 23 and 30 at 2 p.m. at the New Bern Civic Theatre. The show is based on the Tony Award winning Broadway musical and is a contemporary take on the well-known fairy tale. Tickets are $14 in advance, $16 at the door, and students and active duty military with photo ID are $10. For additional information or to purchase tickets, visit http://newberncivictheatre.org/online_tickets.html. Cherry Point Tax Assistance Office The Cherry Point Tax Assistance Office will remain open to all base personnel through April 15. Tax representatives are trained to assist with state and federal forms. The tax center is offered as a free service to all service members and their families.

Monthly and Weekly Events 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 466-3651. Stop Smoking and Dipping The Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point hosts Stop Smoking and Dipping classes every Wednesday and

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 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 environmental factors leading to sleeping

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problems. Students will understand their sleep patterns and know how to improve them. To register, call the clinic at 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 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 466-5743.

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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

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

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People and supplies getting into position to commit the act. This is a person’s last chance to alert authorities before the terrorist act occurs. Look for people loading up vehicles with weaponry/explosives and parking that vehicle somewhere, people in military uniforms who don’t look right approaching an installation, getting into a vehicle, or people who seem out of place standing by a certain location waiting for something to happen. If you observe suspicious activities, call Cherry Point Emergency Dispatch at 466-3616 or report it online at USMCEagleEyes.org.

Hotlines 2nd MAW Command Inspector General 466-5038 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.

The office will be open for walk-ins from Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.– 4:30 p.m. and by appointments on Tuesday and Wednesday from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Visit www.cherrypoint.marines.mil/Resources/TaxCenter or call 466-2001, for more information. Military Housing Office The Military Housing Office on Cherry Point is focused on meeting the housing needs of all active duty families, bachelors and DOD civilians, both on and off base. For more information, call 466-3602.

Marine and Family Programs Marine, Family Programs Office Numbers Building 298 • Library – 466-3552. • Retired Activities – 466-5548. Building 232 • Exceptional Family Member Program – 466-7533. • 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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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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NEW BERN SUN JOURNAL

888-328-4802 Heavy Equipment Help Wanted Homes for Rent Homes for Sale Instruction & Training Jobs Wanted Lawn & Garden Equip Legal Notices Livestock Lost & Found Lots & Acreage Manufactured Home Sites Manufactured Homes / Rent Manufactured Homes / Sale Miscellaneous Motorcycles Musical Instruments Open House Personals Personal - Business Pets & Supplies

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

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

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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

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

Handyman QUICKSERVICE Can fix or repair anything! Remodeling, painting, flooring, roofing, etc,. Foundation and structural specialist. Warranty on all work. Licensed member of BBB. (252)633-6675

Fabric Store Looking for PART TIME HELP.

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CDL CLASS A DRIVERS

Hazmat required & warehouse duties. Clean driving record and experience required. Ability to perform physically demanding work. Salary will be based on experience.

CALL (252)634-1683 MONDAY-FRIDAY, 8AM-5PM

Apply in person at Cherry Point Bay Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 110 McCotter Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 or call Samantha Cook,RN (252)444-4631

Restaurant

LINE COOK Must be neat & clean with the ability to work hard! 2 years recent work history required. Apply in person before 11am or after 2pm The Chelsea Restaurant 335 Middle Street

Cleaning/Hauling

WILL HAUL TRASH, junk, yard debris, construction debris, lawn care, house maintenance etc. Free esimates. Manny (252)646-9497

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

Medical

CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT OR LPN NEEDED TO PROVIDE

Restaurant

THERAPIST NEEDED!!! Physical Therapist and

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Skilled Nursing Facility New Bern, NC If you are interested in joining a great team

Call Jamie today! (910)814-1560 or email your resume to recruit@carolina therapy.net

LEADERSHIP IN OUR HAVELOCK OB/GYN OFFICE Position requires previous medical office experience, strong phlebotomy skills, computer skills, attention to detail, and ability to work as a team player. Full time position with benefits.

SEND RESUME TO: B. Hurley 801 McCarthy Blvd. New Bern, NC 28562

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DONALD PHILLIPS HOME IMPROVEMENTS Structural, floor & foundation specialist! Metal roofs 10% off! Professional remodeling, repairs, painting, roofing, flooring, tile, kitchen, bath, etc,. Quality work with warranty. Member of BBB. A+ ratings. (252)633-6675

To earn cash in the early morning between 2am-6am, call Dan Collins (252)635-5625

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Pleasant atmosphere. If interested, please call 252-633-5675

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RANDY’S BED MAINTENANCE & LANDSCAPING Planting, mulch, pruning, weeding, sodding, and pine straw. Spring is coming! (910)743-2951 or (252)474-4491

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ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR: Handyman

CARRIER WANTED

Spunky McDoogle’s NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR:

EXPERIENCED WAIT STAFF APPLY IN PERSON Between 2pm-4pm 1908 H South Glenburnie Road

$24.85 AN HOUR

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

The New Bern Sun Journal is looking for a dynamic advertising sales professional to be part of their award winning advertising team. We are looking for an individual who is a self-starter, energetic and innovative to handle our Havelock/ Morehead City territory. The ideal candidate for this career position will have the ability to build relationships with local businesses and serve as a consultant for their marketing and advertising needs. We offer a base salary plus commission, full benefits package, paid vacation and paid holidays in a fast paced, exciting work environment.

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PLEASE SEND A CURRENT RESUME AND SALARY REQUIREMENTS TO:

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

Linda Lawson, HR Manager, New Bern Sun Journal

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

or 3200 Wellons Blvd., New Bern, NC 28562 No phone calls please.

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THE SUN JOURNAL IS A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE/EEOC EMPLOYER

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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!

116 Quarterdeck ~ $79,900 3 Rock Creek Road ~ $79,500 Beautiful 1.5 acre lot on a canal that 3BR/2.1 Bath Townhouse on the golf course & leads to the Trent River. Corner lot pond. Brand new heat pump. Great Investment! Call the Tyson Team on dead end street. Wooded. Ready www.tysonandhooksrealty.com for your dream house!

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

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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170 Quarterdeck ~ $95,000 2211 Woodland Ave. ~ $95,000 Great Waterfront end unit with large Caro- 3 Bedroom/1 Bath. Renovated, older family home in lina Room. New carpet in bedrooms, new great location. Great starter home for young couple vinyl in kitchen and bathrooms, new coun- of family. Near downtown and mall. New wiring, tertops in kitchen, new laminate floors in heating, plumbing, carpet & paint. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com great room and dining room.

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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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105 Scammozzi Drive ~ $129,900 Arcadia Village. Nice & comfortable 3 BR, 2 BA home with granite countertops, marble mantle, gutters plus more.

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205 Stadiem Drive ~ $110,000

2606 Pinewood Home Rd. (Pink Hill) ~ $110,000

Brick veneer with all new vinyl easy clean LOADED WITH CHARM is what you'll windows, inside completely painted. Roof about find in this 3 B/R 2 bath home. Lovely 6 years old. New Heat & Air about 5 years ago. kitchen w/appliances. Separate D/R. Nice outbuilding. One car garage on just over Spacious L/R. Fenced in backyard. This 1/2 acre. House looks great. home is just like new!! Home Warranty for Buyer. MLS#89095 Angela Mills 252-559-1933 MLS#92197 Barry Evans 252-259-5076

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Great investment minutes from the base! Use as a great rental and live in yourself. Modern home with wood floors, 3 brs, eat-in kitchen, laundry area, & large family room. Renovated kitchen with newer counter tops, newer metal roof, fenced back yard, shared drive to property behind. MLS#82365 Kelly Latimer 252-649-4620

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152 Corinth Drive ~ $139,900

116 Wildwood Drive ~ $134,000

125/127 Mourning Dove Trail ~ $135,000

330 Lakemere Drive ~ $139,000

Unusually Nice Ranch on golf course. Master bedroom has plenty of space, private entrance to the fenced patio, walk in closet and bathroom with oversize vanity. Living room has fireplace with gas logs. Plus storage building. NEW roof and New Heat Pump. Selling As Is. MLS#90131 Linda Wahnsiedler 252-670-2734

Duplex in Trapper's Creek. One side is leased. Great investment property.

Enjoy the Extra Large Carolina Room this home Offers! Open floor plan with living room and dining room combination. Kitchen has wood floors, cathedral ceiling in LR and DR area, spacious bedrooms, back deck, 2 car garage and lovely setting.

Lovely ranch style home on corner lot. Living room features vaulted ceiling and gas log fireplace with marble surround. Granite countertops and breakfast bar in kitchen. Carolina Room. Fenced rear yard with patio.

MLS#92613Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766

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Accepting applications for Cherry Point and Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Bases.

EXPERIENCED SUPERINTENDENTS need apply only. Must be QC qualified, 30 hour OSHA card, First Aid/CPR trained.

Fax complete resume or call and leave brief message and return number. (252)504-3163

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Trades

HVAC SHEET METAL MECHANIC/FOREMAN Experienced in Commercial/ Industrial HVAC construction. Applicant must pass drug screen and criminal background check.

APPLY IN PERSON AT:

Turnage Corp 5039 Mattie St., Morehead City between 8am-4:30pm, M-F OR SEND QUALIFICATIONS TO:

with 2+ years commercial or industrial experience needed for work in the Jacksonville area. Military work experience preferred but not required. Competitive benefits package. DRUG TESTING. EOE M/F/D/V

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3201 Buttercup Court ~ $171,950 Seagrove - Great open floor plan with nice size rooms. Kitchen island w/pantry closet, dining area off kitchen, mudroom/laundry room, 9' ceilings, covered rear porch, rear fence. Very nice new home located on a quiet cul-d-sac, close to Creekside Elementary School. Ask about seller incentives.

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3000 Brices Creek Road ~ $185,000

104 Country Club Circle ~ $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

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.

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1236 Pine Valley ~ $199,000

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Outstanding brick home in Historic New Bern, NC. Come take a look at this move in ready home in Greenbrier. Nicely landscaped with large screened porch and deck.

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

Rare opportunity to own business & residence property in Jones County! Home is 2BR/1BA, nicely appointed kitchen, laminate/tile flooring, screened porch with stamped concrete patio that adjoins 2400 sq ft heated/cooled garage! Sale includes 6 acres suitable for large trucks, hot tub & compressor!

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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

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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!!

MLS#91097 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315

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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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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.

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MLS#92680 Jack Morton 252-259-4736

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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202 Dobbs Spaight Road ~ $329,000

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.

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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220 Mellen Road ~ $349,000

Charming cottage style home w/Rotunda foyer. Open floor plan. Beautiful wood trim detail throughout. Well designed kitchen w/granite island. Built-in desk/ hutch off kitchen. Gladiator garage system (except tools/hooks). Invisible fence. 3-season porches enclosed.

ONE OF THE BEST VIEWS IN TABERNA! Beautiful qualitybuilt Zaytoun home has been meticulously cared for. Semiopen plan perfect for entertaining. You will enjoy relaxing in your Carolina Room overlooking Taberna golf course and lake. Hardwood floors, tile bathrooms, huge bonus room with 3rd bath.

MLS#93150 Joyce Costello 252-229-4980

MLS#91572 Connie Sithens 252-474-4054

208 Columbine Crossing ~ $349,900

411 Johnson Street ~ $349,900

This house is a designer's delight! Think of your house with: Palladian windows, plantations shutters, crown and chair rail, tray ceiling, cathedral ceiling, paddle fans, large walk-in closet, dentil molding, ceramic tile floors, hardwood floors, pocket door. Gen. Traw with 7 stations. Green House MLS#92131 Barry Evans 252-259-5076

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!

102 Barkside Lane ~ $374,900

3107 Coriander Drive ~ $380,000

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4405 Cobblestone Alley ~ $369,900

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

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.

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3602 Cranberry Lane ~ $439,000 Custom built home w/sweeping views of golf course. Kitchen is well designed w/granite island, gas cooking, keeping room w/built-in desk/hutch. 3-car garage. FROG is a suite with BR/BA. Spacious 3-season porch is enclosed.Lovely stone paver patio.

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4503 Carteret Drive ~ $719,000 661 Hanes Farm Road ~ $1,250,000 Incredible 4 BR, 3.3 Bath brick home on LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION - 3.5+/- acres of the "Hanes Farm" is now available. Located on the beautithe 5th hole of NBG&CC. Unbelievable ful Trent River across from NBGCC & EC Yacht Club. "ensuite". Features are too numerous to This large waterfront will serve as your little bit of heaven. THIS PROPERTY SPEAKS list. Call for showing. FOR ITSELF! All measurements are approx.

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EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED DOG CLASSES with DONA BAKER Proven methods = great results! In-home, group, and CGC classes. (252)672-K9ED (5933)

DOG CLASSES with DONA BAKER Proven methods = great results! In-home, group, and CGC classes. (252)672-K9ED (5933)

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

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

4 BEDROOM COLONIAL 1.5 baths, 409 Brown Drive, New Bern. Fenced in yard, dead end street. No pets. $825/month + deposit. Available December 1st! Call Stan Church Real Estate (252)6336476 or (252)638-1788

EXTRA CLEAN 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH Brinson school district and Cherrybranch! $900 month No inside pets. (252)670-1229

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

CRAVEN MAXI STORAGE S. Jimmies Creek Rd. 1,000-2,000sq.ft. $250/month and up. Tyson Mgmt 252-514-0188

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 HAVELOCK - 3/1.5 Hardwood floors, workshop. Pets negotiable. $850 + deposit. (252)269-6181

LARGE 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH . 3200 Sq.Ft. home in Trentwoods. No inside pets. $1350/mo. (252)670-1229 SPECIAL BUY! 1200 Thread Count 4PC Sheet Sets Any Size Asst Colors $39.95 Plaza Superstore, Havelock (252)447- 0314

FARM ACREAGE FOR SALE! 100 plus acres. Hwy. 55 West at William Pearce Rd. (252)726-6511

202 For Sale By Owner 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

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WATER FRONT, 5109 Morton Rd, New Bern, NC 4 BR. 2 BA. Water front, dock, 40’screen porch Lake Morton, www.5109morton.bradsuz.com $298,000 (252)675 8891

NEW BERN - RENOVATED Historic House. 4 bedroom, 2 bath. $900. (252)671-4564

WATERFRONT 5109 Morton Road, 4 bedroom, 2 bath. Lake Morton. www.forrent5109morton.bradsuz. com. $1,500 (252)675 8891

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!

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

220 Apartments for Rent 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENTS Waterfront setting, weekly, monthly. (910)578-5777

EMERALD ISLE! Furnished 1 bedroom, living room, full kitchen, washer/dryer, a/c. Near beach & Emerald Plantation shopping center! No pets! Lease. Background check. (252)725-4842

NEW BERN - Fairfield Harbour Furnished studio apartment. Includes utilites. $650/mo. (252)671-4564

NICE 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment, wood floors, carport, minutes to town! No pets, no smoking. $575. (252) 247-4063

TIME FOR A NEW BEGINNING!!! Large offices for rent on US Hwy 70. One office also has garage for storage $800/mo. Larger of two offices suitable for a starter church with Sunday school room and auditorium. $1500/neg. Water and sewer included in lease. (252)244-2464

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

Save BIG on a mod or manufactured home visit: www.downeasthomesnc.co m/ 910-298-6111 1822 S.GLENBURNIE RD. Across from Post Office beside UPS store. Retail or office. $1400. Chuck Tyson (252)670-5230.

OFFICE SPACE, 1315 S. Glenburnie Rd, Thomas Square, unit 19. 1000 sq ft, downstairs unit. $1100/mth. (252) 638-4405

NICE 2/2 BATH 1/2 acre lot $495 ALSO 2/1 Washington/Vanceboro $395 No pets. (252)249-3999

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


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

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312 South Front Street New Bern, NC 28560

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

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MERCURY 2004 MOUNTAINEER SUV, V-6, One Owner, Great CARFAX was $3900 Sale $3400 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252447-0314

CADILLAC 2002 SEVILLE SL Gold, Smooth Ride, Low Miles was $4770 Sale $3980 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

DODGE 2000 RAM B3500 Work Van, Tool Bins, Ladder Racks Ready to Work was $3497 Sale $2497 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314

CHEVY 2005 EQUINOX LT SUV, Gray, Good Transporter was $4900 Sale $3900 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

DODGE 2007 CARAVAN SE, Blue, 3rd Row Seats, Low Miles, Great CARFAX was $4997 Sale $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 CHEVY 2005 MALIBU MAX LS. V6 142k, power locks/windows, AC/Heat, Auto, large family car! AM/FM, great condition, very clean. $4500/best. 715-828-7672

BUICK 2000 PARK AVENUE Very Low Mileage, Super CARFAX, Dependable Ride was $3900 Sale $3400 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

FORD 2002 TAURUS White, Looks & Runs Great, Come Test Drive was $3486 Sale $2997 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

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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

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B10 February 20, 2014

SPRINT CUP

NATIONWIDE SERIES

CAMPING WORLD TRUCKS

Race: Daytona 500 Where: Daytona International Speedway When: Sunday, 1 p.m. (ET) TV: FOX 2013 Winner: Jimmie Johnson (right)

Race: DRIVE4COPD 300 Where: Daytona International Speedway When: Saturday, 1:15 p.m. (ET) TV: ESPN 2013 Winner: Tony Stewart

Race: NextEra Energy Resources 250 Where: Daytona International Speedway When: Friday, 7:30 p.m. (ET) TV: FOX Sports 1 2013 Winner: Johnny Sauter

Denny Hamlin kicks off the 2014 season with a victory in the Sprint Unlimited. Eight years after he opened his rookie Sprint Cup season with a surprising win in the Sprint Unlimited, Denny Hamlin began a comeback season with a dominant performance in winning the Unlimited for the second time in his career. Hamlin actually got his comeback in high gear after a back injury at Auto Club Speedway with a victory in the 2013 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, but his start to the 2014 season was even more impressive. He started from the pole of Saturday’s non-points event at Daytona International Speedway and won all three segments. His Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch finished third in the wreck-plagued race that saw only eight of the 18 starters running at the finish. Busch had high praise for Hamlin, who struggled last season, missing four races and part of another with his back injury, and who never really got back to form until the Homestead victory. “[Hamlin] won the last race of the year at Homestead, was the quickest in practice [at Daytona] by doing what he needed to do to get a quick lap in practice for sitting on the pole for this race tonight, then he wins [Saturday],” Busch said. “He’s on fire right now. He’s good. He’s fast. He’s ready.”

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Danica Patrick not worried about her critics

A multi-car wreck takes Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon and others out of the Sprint Unlimited on Feb. 15 at Daytona.

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Austin Dillon’s Daytona 500 pole proves that RCR team is back to full strength The return of the No. 3 Chevrolet of Richard Childress Racing to Sprint Cup Series competition at Daytona International Speedway got off to a fast start during Speedweeks as Austin Dillon won the pole for Sunday’s Daytona 500. It was the first time the No. 3 had run an official lap in Cup competition since Dale Earnhardt died driving it on the last lap of the 2001 Daytona 500. Veteran engine builder Danny Lawrence, who is now the trackside manager for Childress’ engine shop, was there for both occasions, and said after Dillon’s polewinning run that it’s a sign that the entire Childress team is back to full strength after some tough times following Earnhardt’s death. “It’s no secret when we lost Dale we rode on adrenaline for a little while there,” Lawrence said, adding that Kevin Harvick, who was Earnhardt’s first replacement until leaving the team at the end of the 2013 season, did a commendable job with the impossible task of filling the shoes of an icon like Earnhardt and helping the Childress organization continue on. Now, Lawrence said, the team is re-energized with the Dillon brothers, Ty and Aus-

Daytona’s Media Day offered Danica Patrick a chance to respond to Richard Petty’s comments the week before, in which Petty Danica Patrick said Patrick could win a Cup race only if she was driving the only car on the track. “People have said things in the past, and they’re going to say things in the future,” she said. “I still say the same thing: that everyone’s entitled to their own opinion. People are going to judge what he said, whether they judge it well or not, and I’m just not going to.” She said she tries not to worry about what her critics say about her. “The people that matter the most to me are my team, my sponsors, … those little 3-year-old kids that run up to you and want a great big hug and say they want to grow up to be like you,” Patrick said. “That’s the stuff that I really focus on.” Afterward, Petty stood by his remarks in an interview with reporters and said his remarks had nothing to do with gender. “It was definitely not sexist, OK?” he said. “Hey look, I’ve been married 55 years to the same woman. So I am not a sexist by any ways. I love women.” Getty Images for NASCAR

on the door to the dominance of the 48,” he said. “You keep knocking, you’ll have things go your way. Give me that opportunity I had in 2010 back at Homestead — I can promise a different outcome.” In 2010, Hamlin was in position to win the title at Homestead, having entered the race with a 15-point lead over Johnson. But he stumbled, and Johnson won the title by 39 points. Among the cars unable to finish the Unlimited on Saturday was the Chevrolet pace car driven by former Cup driver Brett Bodine. During a caution period, smoke began trailing from the car and flames eventually erupted from the trunk area. Hamlin, who drives a Toyota, couldn’t resist adding some fun “fuel” to the fire. “Should have been driving a Camry,” he said with a smile. Officials have determined that a malfunction in the system that operates the pace car lights caused the fire, and that system is not a standard part of the car.

Hamlin said in his winner’s interview that he’s not particularly out to prove to others that he’s back in winning form. “More so, I’d like to prove it to myself,” he said. “Homestead kind of came out of the blue, especially how our year went. “We started feeling better. I realized after the win in Homestead — how I was feeling — that we run as good as I feel. When I feel comfortable in the car, especially in long runs and everything, you know, I can do just about anything I need to do to be a race winner. “So it’s more proving it to myself than proving it to other people. You don’t like to talk about what you’re going to do; I’d like to just show what we can do.” Hamlin also said that the entire Gibbs team — including teammates Matt Kenseth and Busch — is poised to challenge Jimmie Johnson and his No. 48 team when it comes down to the other end of the schedule in the deciding race of the season-ending Chase. “The JGR cars, whether it be the 18, 20 or 11, are constantly the ones knocking

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Denny Hamlin sweeps Sprint Unlimited

where I think everybody is healed and we’ve got a little satisfaction of some of our other stuff, and we’ve been able to execute and we’ve got that feeling again. “I think that our company is ready to go to contend, and I don’t think it’s just about Daytona; I think we’re going to be good everywhere we go.” And Dillon made it clear that his polewinning run came because of his team’s efforts, not some publicity stunt as some have speculated on social media. He cited the performance of his teammates as proof. Besides Truex’s run, Ryan Newman was fifth fastest, and Paul Menard was 10th.

Austin Dillon takes the checkered flag to win the pole for the 2014 Daytona 500. tin, driving for their grandfather Childress, and with the addition of veteran Ryan Newman to the team and Martin Truex Jr. to the closely associated Furniture Row Racing. Truex qualified second to Dillon on Sunday. “It’s a breath of fresh air to be able to see Austin and Ty and Ryan Newman and Martin Truex and these guys that are great race car drivers be able to sit in our stuff,” he said. “It took us to while to recover [from Earnhardt’s death]. It’s been long enough

Gordon wants Sprint Cup for trophy room Jeff Gordon has 88 Sprint Cup victories and four championships — but no championship since 2001. He said during his Media Day Jeff Gordon appearance that he likes the idea of a walk-off championship. “If I win the championship this year, I’ve put in 20-plus great years,” he said. “I do this now because I love it, because I like being competitive, and because I want another championship. I want to get a Sprint Cup championship. “I go home, and I look at my trophy room. I see four trophies — championship trophies. But they say Winston Cup on them. You can name me a four-time Sprint Cup champion for technical reasons all you want, but to me I’m still not. I want that before my career’s over. “If that happened, that would be all the reasons I need to say, ‘This is it, I’m done.’”

Father-son Nemechek team to revive No. 8 in 2014 Camping World Truck Series Sometimes in the NASCAR world, car numbers come available at just the right times and for the right reasons. When Tony Stewart ventured off from Joe Gibbs Racing to be a part owner of StewartHaas Racing, he was able to get the No. 14 made famous by his hero and mentor, A.J. Foyt. Richard Childress has not used the No. 3 that was once his own car number since Dale Earnhardt died in the No. 3 at Daytona in 2001. But this year he’s bringing it back with his oldest grandson, Austin Dillon, behind the wheel. When Chase Elliott moved to the Nationwide Series this year, he was able to secure the No. 9 that long has been associated with his father, Bill Elliott. But few numbers mean as much to a team and family as the No. 8 does to the Nemechek family, which will see that number on the track this season as John Hunter Nemechek and his father, Joe Nemechek, team up to run the full Camping World Truck Series schedule. The younger Nemechek, at 16, is only eligible to race in 10 events — those at oval tracks up to a little over a mile in length, and road courses of any length. His father, who has four Sprint Cup wins and 16 Nationwide Series victories but is winless so far in the Truck Series, will run the rest of the schedule.

And they’ll do it under the same number that the late John Nemechek — Joe’s brother — used, and was driving when he died in a crash during a Truck Series event at Homestead-Miami Speedway in 1997. “That number means a lot to our family,” John Hunter said. “It was my uncle’s number that he ran before I was born, and I was named for him. “That number is something we want to try and keep in the family, but one of the hardest things we had to do was go to my grandparents and talk to them about it. It was an emotional deal, but they liked the idea. Hopefully, we can go out and get a win and keep that number going.” Even though he’d like to be the one to get that win, the youngster has more realistic expectations for the upcoming season. “My main goal is to finish in the top 15 or top 10 each race,” he said. “I know that’s a tall order, but you have to set your standards high.” John Hunter ran two Truck races last year, at Martinsville and Phoenix, where he finished 16th and 21st, respectively, and he knows this year will see him continue the learning phase of his career. Unlike the racer’s adage “In it to win it,” he said he’s more likely “In it to spin it” this year. But in his favor is the advice he can get

from his father, who was known as “Front Row Joe” for his qualifying exploits during the heyday of his Sprint Cup career. “He teaches me a bunch, but he also lets me do my thing,” John Hunter said. “If he sees something I’m doing wrong or something I can improve, he’ll come up and say something to me, but mostly I’m independent.” The younger Nemechek started off his 2014 season in strong fashion with a victory in the Pro Late Model portion of Speedfest at Watermelon Capital Speedway in Cordele, Ga., on Jan. 26. It was his firstever victory in any kind of Late Model car, and it was in one numbered 8. “It was a good race,” he said. “We had a fast car all weekend.” But the win didn’t come without its share of drama for the high school junior at Davidson Day School in North Carolina, where he’s an A student. “We had a late caution, right after I took the white flag,” he said. “Then we had, like, seven more green-white-checkered runs. “It was a little frustrating, but I kept my cool.” His victory celebration was a little subdued, though. “There wasn’t much to it,” he said. “We were trying to get home for school the next day.”

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NUMERICALLY

SPEAKING 72 Drivers who attempted to qualify for the 1984 Daytona 500.

49

Drivers who attempted to qualify for the 2014 Daytona 500.

5

Rookies who have won the pole for the Daytona 500: Austin Dillon, Danica Patrick, Jimmie Johnson, Mike Skinner and Loy Allen.

4

Drivers who won the Daytona 500 pole driving a car numbered 3: Austin Dillon, Buddy Baker, Ricky Rudd and Dale Earnhardt.


The Windsock February 20, 2014