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2nd MAW Fwd stands down ‘until next time’ CPL. S. T. STEWART MCAS CHERRY POINT

2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward) formally deactivated during a ceremony at Cherry Point, Feb. 19. The unit activated Nov. 30, 2012, beginning deployments to Afghanistan January 2013. For more than a year, 2nd MAW (Fwd.) had aerial responsibility of southwestern Afghanistan. During that time they supported NATO’s International Security Assistance Force operations in partnership with Afghan National Security Forces. For more than a year, the wing provided all manner of aviation support to troops on the ground. They provided close-air-support, troop transport, assault transport and medical evacuations. 2nd MAW (Fwd.) was at the forefront of a transitional period to Afghan control, the beginning of See DEACTIVATION page A7

Sun’s out, guns out CMC sends letter to NCOs, ‘Corps is going sleeves up’ CPL. S. T. STEWART MCAS CHERRY POINT

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Col. Scott S. Jensen, commanding officer of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward), and Sgt. Maj. Thomas W. Foster, 2nd MAW (Fwd.), case the unit’s colors during a deactivation ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Feb. 19.

Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos announced Tuesday, the Corps is going sleeves up March 9. Amos released a letter to Marine noncommissioned officers stating his intent. Marine Administrative Message 078/14 regarding the uniform policy change was released Wednesday morning. The decision was made by the Corps’ top leaders after their tour around the Corps to speak to the NCOs. See SLEEVES page A7

Cherry Point essential personnel maintain station readiness year round LANCE CPL. GRACE L. WALADKEWICS MCAS CHERRY POINT

Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point essential personnel are Marines, Sailors and civilian workers who report to work during all weather conditions. Essential personnel report for duty during inclement weather to ensure station necessities like utilities, emergency services and food services `remain available for air station personnel and residents. Designated workers from the Mission Assurance branch stand watch in the station’s Emergency Operations Center, maintaining contact with the essential personnel on duty and local agencies moni-

toring on and off base conditions. “The Emergency Operations Center is the coordination hub during an emergency situation,” said Grant DeHaven, program manager for Mission Assurance. “The EOC provides support to all departments that remain operational during an emergency.” Security and Emergency Services work alongside facilities maintenance to ensure all utilities are functioning, roads, parking lots and runways are cleared, and emergency personnel can be contacted and easily navigate the station when needed. From the EOC, the Crisis Action Team maintains contact with installation ser-

vices and talks to outside agencies, like the National Weather Service and county emergency services, to plan an appropriate course of action, said DeHaven. Cherry Point has a memorandum of agreement with community agencies, like police and emergency services, to assist and support each other during emergencies. The Meteorology and Oceanography Center remains open 24-hours a day to update station employees of current and upcoming weather conditions and to respond to further weather developments. “It is important to ensure base operations are functioning even when some

missions temporarily stop operating,” said DeHaven. “Our mission is to restore operations as quickly as possible and, in the mean time, maintain crucial things like utilities and emergency services.” While Marine Corps Community Service employees remain at work on a caseby-case basis to operate restaurants and other station facilities, like convenience stores and gyms, Marine supply staff members are vital because they must maintain dining facilities. “It is important that designated emergency service personnel step up and conSee PERSONNEL page A7

NMCRS fund drive kicks off LANCE CPL. VICTOR A. ARRIAGA MCAS CHERRY POINT

The Navy Marine Corps Relief Society’s annual active duty fund drive kicks off Saturday and runs through the end of March aboard Cherry Point. The purpose of the fund drive is to educate Marines and Sailors about the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society and to gain essential working capital for its operations through donations. The NMCRS is a nonprofit organization established to help active duty service members, retirees and family members by offering financial assistance. In an emergency, the society can provide assistance for funeral expenses, disaster relief assistance or medical co-pays. Additionally, the society offers budget counseling, financial management and loans.

“We all realize we have needs and fall into bad times,” said Cmdr. Alejandro Alvarado, the fund drive manager for 2014. “These kinds of things happen so we do this drive to help the Marines and Sailors.” Last year, 65,358 Marines, Sailors and families throughout the Department of the Navy received more than $49 million in financial assistance. Nearly 2,000 Marines, Sailors and families throughout Cherry Point received more than $700 thousand in financial assistance. Donations supported various needs including airfare and travel expenses during emergency leave and essential vehicle repairs. “Our main goal is to help all those under financial stress,” said See NMCRS page A7

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Lt. Col. Troy M. Pehrson signs an allotment form for the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society’s annual active duty fund drive at Cherry Point Tuesday. The fund drive kicks off Saturday and runs through the end of March. Pehrson is the executive officer of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point.

Marines, Sailors show support at family fun day LANCE CPL. JOSHUA R. HEINS MCAS CHERRY POINT

More than 100 Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Marines and Sailors volunteered their time to assist in A Dog’s Dream Dreamer’s Foundation’s third annual family fun day at the New Bern Convention Center, Saturday. “We are doing this event to raise awareness about animal rescue,” said Dan Spangler, promoter of the event. “The Dreamer’s Foundation is non-profit organization with two goals: foster and taking care of animals, and helping out other rescues with donations and support.” The amount of volunteers from Cherry Point was awesome, according to Spangler. Volunteers supported the event last year and came through again See FUN page A7

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Service members dress up as Mario and Luigi characters to take turns in the dunk tank during A Dog’s Dream Dreamer’s Foundation’s third annual family fun day at the New Bern Convention Center Saturday.

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News Briefs #AskCMC The Marine Corps launched a new social media development, #AskCMC. The project will allow Marines to personally engage with the commandant of the Marine Corps and have their questions about the reawakening answered. Marines, the Commandant of the Marine Corps wants to hear your questions. Ask him anything on the subject. He’s going to answer the top questions in a follow-up video. Leave your questions on the official Marines facebook page, tweet @usmc, or shoot a video response on YouTube.

Marines to conduct cold weather training Approximately 440 North Carolina based Marines are scheduled to depart for Norway to conduct an 11-day training exercise beginning March 10. The Marines of Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marines will join Marines with Ragnarok Company, 2nd Supply Battalion and 15,000 troops from 16 nations for Exercise Cold Response 2014. The Marines will move more than 3,000 pieces of equipment from six climate controlled caves which have stored vehicles, ammunition, generators and electric equipment for several decades. The Marines will train troops from Norway, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, The Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden and countries of the United Kingdom using the equipment and at the conclusion of the exercise all equipment will be returned to the caves until it is needed again.

Uniform changeover March 8 Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point personnel will transition to the summer season uniforms March 9. Summer uniforms include the dress D, service C and desert utilities.

Chaplain explains what is Lent LT. CMDR. CHARLES W. JOHNSON MARINE AIRCRAFT GROUP 14, CHAPLAIN

I am asked frequently, especially at this time of year, about Lent. Almost everybody in the U.S. notices when Lent begins, even if they don’t know that’s what they’re noticing. Sounds strange, right? But it’s true, especially when it’s practically announced on television — at least for those who are looking for it. Of course what I’m talking about is the “smudge” that you might have noticed on someone’s forehead, more or less in the form of a cross. You may even have mentioned to them that they have a smudge on their forehead only to be told that it’s Ash Wednesday. Sometimes people show up on the news with the ashes on their forehead. I remember several years ago that the former director of the FBI testified before Congress with the cross-shaped ashes on his forehead. So, what’s that all about? Basically, the 40 days of Lent, which begin every year on Ash Wednesday, which falls on March 5 this year, are an imitation of the 40 days that Christ spent fasting in the desert after his Baptism in the Jordan River and before the beginning of His public life. If you have a Bible handy, it’s all mentioned in the book of Matthew, 4 - 1-11. Christ, perfect though He was, still prepared for His great work among us and permitted the Evil One to try and tempt Him (and of course the tempter failed miserably). And so we Catholics, along with the Orthodox and even some Protestant churches, do our best to imitate Christ in His fast of 40 days. But of course we are preparing for the “great days” to come, namely the week from Palm Sunday, April 13th, to Easter Sunday, April 20th, and beyond. Nowadays, Catholics are required strictly by Church law to fast and abstain from “flesh meat” only on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday, the day of the Crucifixion and death of Christ. On all the Fridays during Lent, Catholics are not required to fast, but to abstain from meats. For Catholics, to fast means only one full meal on that day, although there can be two smaller snack-type meals to get you through if you need them. To abstain from meat means not eating any beef, pork, poultry or game. Fish and seafood are permitted. What’s the point of all that, you might ask? It’s to do a little something to try to make up for some of the wrong we’ve done through our sins. Or to put it another way: it’s a concrete, down-to-earth way to show that we truly regret the bad things we may have done.

We know that God forgives all those who sincerely ask for forgiveness (and for Catholics and the Orthodox, that is sometimes accomplished only through confession to a priest). There’s also another kind of abstaining Catholics traditionally perform during Lent. It’s famously known as “giving something up for Lent.” Children often give up candy. Some grown-ups give up coffee, which, personally, I am in awe of or tobacco or desserts. Well, you get the idea. But Catholic or not, in preparing for Easter, we shouldn’t give something up just for the sake of proving to ourselves we can do without it—that would probably be just a disguised form of pride. We should give up some legitimate pleasure in order to remind ourselves that all good things come from God, and that it’s only by His grace that we continue to enjoy the countless benefits of creation, and finally that if He who was sinless suffered so undeservingly for our sake, we can surely show our love for Him by suffering, along with Him. For those who want to follow the discipline of Lent but don’t really have anything they can easily give up for 40 days, I would suggest adding something during Lent. It could be setting aside a little time every day to read the Scriptures. It could be setting aside money to give to the poor or some other worthy cause. Anything that keeps us mindful of God or the things of God is always a good idea to add to our daily schedule. Who knows? At the end of Lent, you might just decide that it’s something you’d like to add permanently to your routine. If you would like to find out more about Lent, and actually put it into practice, you have a great opportunity to do so at Cherry Point You won’t even have to step foot off base. The station chapel will have Roman Catholic Ash Wednesday Masses March 5, and there will also be a Divine Liturgy for Orthodox March 3 (the beginning of Great Lent as it’s called in the Orthodox Churches). And yes, you will probably see a few Marines and others walking around that Wednesday with a “smudge” on their forehead. Only now, you’ll know why it’s there! God bless you all! —Fr. Charles W. Johnson, LCDR, CHC, USN MAG-14, Group Chaplain

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Whether Cpl. Jonathan D. Patterson is troubleshooting during a flight or leading junior Marines on the ground, the avionics technician with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 366 is always prepared for the next possible challenge. Patterson, a Danville, Va. native, is responsible for troubleshooting, repairing and replacing faulty equipment on the CH-53E Super Stallion. “My main job is troubleshooting. Any electronics the aircraft uses, I fix,” said Patterson. “It is my responsibility to ensure the pilots can navigate and fly safely. If we don’t work, the birds don’t work.” Having a willingness to work hard and remaining observant are keys to success as an avionics technician, according to Patterson. Patterson displayed his keen observance skills as well as attention to detail when he noticed a rapidly increasing oil leak while in flight and confirmed the leak before giving the order to ground the flight. His quick decision making saved the number one engine from failing in flight and potentially saved the lives of everyone on board. The 21-year-old former volunteer firefighter said he enjoys learning and passing on his knowledge. He is a mentor for two junior Marines and sets the example for all Marines in his work section. “I oversee all the lance corporals in my shop and share knowledge and teach them as much as I can,” said Patterson. Patterson said he looks forward to advancing his skills as an avionics technician and plans to advance his career as a Marine.

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Cpl. Brett R. Jacoby performs CPR on an infant mannequin during a CPR and Automated External Defibrillator class at the Jerry Marvel Training and Education Building at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, Feb. 19. Jacoby is a refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic with Marine Tactical Air Command Squadron 28.

MTACS-28 Marines learn lifesaving techniques LANCE CPL. UNIQUE B. ROBERTS MCAS CHERRY POINT

Members of Marine Tactical Air Command Squadron 28 learned basic lifesaving skills during a CPR and Automated External Defibrillator certification class Feb. 19 at the Jerry Marvel Training and Education building here. The class trains participants to properly conduct CPR and AED procedures on adults, children and infants. The class incorporates both visual and hands-on aids to assist all learning types during the fourhour session. The immediate use of CPR while a person is experiencing life-threatening conditions gives the victim the best chance of survival, according to Petty Officer 2nd Class Carter Laur, a hospital corpsman with MTACS-28. “We can only do our best to try and prolong a person’s life until he or she reaches a higher level of medical care,” said Laur, the CPR and AED class instructor. Emergency actions can help save victims from heart failure, according to Laur. For this reason, the Marines learned to recognize signs that someone is in cardiac distress or is in need of CPR. The Marines also learned how to perform the Heimlich maneuver to assist choking victims. CPR and AED certification is important both in the Marine Corps and personally. In any given situation, a Marine may be the only person on the scene when someone is experiencing cardiac arrest or is need of CPR, according to Laur. If no other medical personnel are around, a certified Marine can help anyone in need and will know how to perform CPR until higher levels of medical care arrive. Staff Sgt. Kristopher M. Boice, the training chief with MTACS-28, attended the class with hopes of becoming an instructor to teach other Marines in the squadron. “A lot of the Marines we have taking the class are mechanics and electricians,” said Boice. “If we have 15 people doing electrical work and no one knows CPR, then we have to go find somebody, and that’s wasting valuable lifesaving time.” The class better equipped the Marines, expanding their personal and professional development, according to Boice. Laur recommends CPR and AED certification for anyone who has the willingness and desire to possibly help save a life. Training officers and coordinators can contact the training support department at 466-2347 for more information.

Staff Sgt. Kristopher M. Boice performs chest compressions during a CPR and Automated External Defibrillator certification course at Cherry Point Feb. 19.

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HMH-461 assists Dutch Marines during training LANCE CPL. ANDY OROZCO MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEW RIVER

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Approximately 120 Marines from the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps, stationed on the Island of Aruba in the Caribbean, visited Camp Lejeune to conduct fast-rope and military operation in urban terrain (MOUT) training Feb. 14. Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 461 at New River provided helicopter support for the training.

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEW RIVER, N.C. - Training foreign militaries is not uncommon for Marines. Though U.S. Marines usually train foreign counterparts while deployed overseas, occasionally, the foreign Marines come to the U.S. Approximately 120 Marines from the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps, known in Dutch as Korps Mariniers, stationed on the Island of Aruba in the Caribbean, came to Camp Lejeune, Feb. 14, to conduct military operations in urban terrain training and fast-rope exercises with CH-53E Super Stallions from Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 461 at New River. Traveling to Camp Lejeune was a great opportunity for the Dutch because of the resources available to them to conduct training, according to Royal Netherlands Marine Maj. Clemens Buter, 32 Korps Mariniers Company operations planner. “The men were conducting MOUT and fast-rope training,” said Buter. “Although the facilities in Aruba are terrific, we don’t have things like this on the Caribbean islands. For example, the helicopter support and the possibilities to conduct fast-rope operations.” Given where they are stationed, Buter explained that doing operations such as these are not very common. “It’s very rare for us to be able to do training like this,” said Buter. “So, we are trying to plan a big exercise every year in Camp Lejeune to train our Marine company on MOUT training and fast-roping.” U.S. Marine Capt. David Jach, an HMH-461 CH53E Super Stallion pilot, helped transport the Royal Netherland Marines to the MOUT town. During the exercise, HMH-461 helped 32 Company of the Korps Mariniers with helicopter-borne raid and fast-rope training into an urban environment, said Jach. The raid insert was the culminating field exercise for the company’s bi-annual, two-week training exercise aboard Camp Lejeune. Buter said he hopes this won’t be the last time his company is able to train aboard Camp Lejeune, and in exchange for this training opportunity, he hopes to give the Marines who helped an opportunity as well. “Our host unit has always been (2nd Force Reconnaissance Battalion),” said Buter. “While we are training here we are trying to get a unit from Force Recon over to Aruba. Then we hope to provide them with opportunities which they don’t have and we hope to come back every year.”

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Marines en route to Cherry Point and Camp Lejeune from Afghanistan, were delayed at Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) overnight recently, due to the severe weather conditions that grounded all major modes of transportation in North Carolina. More than 300 Marines were provided hotel rooms near RDU while Army Staff Sgt, Richard Lopez and Cpl. Nathan Campbell watched the weapons at the North Carolina National Guard’s 449th Theater Aviation Brigade Armory in Morrisville, N.C.

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RALEIGH, N.C. - More than 300 Marines from the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward) were stranded at Raleigh-Durham International Airport over night recently, due to severe weather conditions that grounded all major modes of transportation. The Marines were returning from a recent deployment to Afghanistan. Some came from the 2nd MAW (Fwd.) out of Cherry Point and others from the Combat Logistics Battalion 6 out of Camp Lejeune. These combat veterans received help from an unlikely source, the North Carolina National Guard. The original mission was to return these combat veterans safely back to Cherry Point and Camp Lejeune in order to reunite with their families. However, the snowstorm that hit the East Coast had different plans for these troops. “The weather that day was a little hairy because the snow had frozen over, making side roads difficult and

time had been a factor,” said Army Staff Sgt. Richard Lopez, a unit supply sergeant of the North Carolina Guard’s 449th Theater Aviation Brigade. After being forced by the weather to bed down in the RDU area, the Marine leadership had to figure out where they would properly store their weapons. The Joint Operations Center at Joint Forces Headquarters in Raleigh was contacted and asked, “How can the Guard help?” Lt. Col. Mark Pickett, 449th Brigade aviation officer, spoke with Master Sgt. Aundrelle Robinson, 449th Brigade senior supply sergeant, who opened up their armory and volunteered to help his fellow brothers and sisters-inarms who needed assistance. “I immediately called my unit supply sergeant, Staff Sgt. Lopez, who was readily available to help out with the mission,” said Robinson. “We prepared the vault for storage, and made arrangements to have the firehouse available for the storage of all baggage as well.” Among this sea of Marines was Sgt. Alejandra Lopez, a member of the 2nd MAW (Fwd.), who had just completed

her 12-month deployment, and Cpl. Nathan Campbell, a member of CLB-6, who completed a 7-month tour. They were assigned as “weapons guards” for the 300-plus Marine’s gear. These two Marines spent the night at the armory in Morrisville, watching the weapons for their fellow Marines who stayed in hotels made available to them nearby. Everyone returned to the armory at lunchtime the following day to load their gear and weapons onto a truck. “This was a great opportunity taken advantage of by the soldiers in attendance to ensure we took care of troop’s needs, which a supply person does,” said Robinson. After getting a good night’s rest, and returning to load their gear, these combat veterans loaded buses and continued their journey back to their families at Cherry Point and Camp Lejeune. “I hope these members of the Marine Corps found their way home safely, and appreciate their service,” said Lopez.

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General James F. Amos, commandant of the Marine Corps, and Sgt. Maj. Micheal P. Barrett, sergeant major of the Marine Corps, leave a town hall meeting after speaking with Marines and sailors aboard Camp Leatherneck, Helmand province, Afghanistan, Feb. 18, 2014. General Amos and Sgt. Maj. Barrett held the meeting to speak about the peacetime Marine Corps Force, the “reawakening” of the Corps and to address concerns of the Marines and sailors in Regional Command (Southwest).

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CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan — Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. James F. Amos and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Sgt. Maj. Micheal P. Barrett, held a town hall meeting for Marines and Sailors aboard Camp Leatherneck, Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Feb. 18. During the town hall, Amos and Barrett awarded a corpsman from 1st Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment; spoke with the Marines and sailors about the “reawakening,” officers and future of the Marine Corps; and addressed questions from service members. Amos started the town hall meeting by asking Seaman Jacob Schlauder, a corpsman with 3rd Platoon, Company C, 1st Bn., 9th Marines, to stand next to him as

he told the gathered Marines and Sailors why Schlauder was about to be awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with a combat distinguishing device. “I want to thank you on behalf of Lance Cpl. Gregory Juedes,” said Amos. “He attributes you to having saved his life. Even despite the fact that you yourself were knocked silly, you had the presence of mind to grab him, pull him out of that vehicle and pinch off that femoral artery.” While on a mounted patrol Jan. 25, 2014, Schlauder’s Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected vehicle was hit by an armor-piercing, rocket-propelled grenade, critically wounding the turret gunner and patrol leader. Though Schlauder suffered a traumatic brain injury during the attack, which caused

him to repeatedly lose consciousness, he still rendered life-saving medical aid to his turret gunner and others with shrapnel wounds. After Amos pinned the medal to Schlauder’s chest, he and Barrett shook his hand and thanked him for his heroic efforts. Following the award ceremony, Amos addressed the audience to remind them of and commend them for the progress made in Afghanistan throughout the past six-years and reassured them it has not been in vain. “The Afghan National Army was nonexistent out here,” said Amos. “When we had 22,000 Marines on the ground, we started training them. Now the Afghan National Army in Helmand has 16,000 soldiers. They’re out there doing independent operations; they’re doing their own casualty

evacuations and their own call for fire.” Amos went on to tell the service members about the future of the Corps, citing current active-duty force levels of approximately 194,000 Marines that are likely to slim down to 175,000. Though some have been apprehensive about this number, Amos explained that it is still a larger force than the Marine Corps had when the United States was attacked Sept. 11. After Amos gave his last remarks on the drawdown, he handed the floor over to Barrett who took time to thank the Marines for all their hard work. “I have the honor of sitting before Congress to tell our story,” said Barrett. “The chairman will ask who you are, and I will tell them you are the men and women who intuitively know the joy and sense of purpose that, when it comes to great challenges, the cause is great in itself. I’m going to tell them that you are Marines who know what it means to keep company with the finest men and women. You are people who could have gone and done anything with your lives, but you didn’t choose easy lives, you chose to be tough people and that’s who is wearing the cloth. So I get to tell our story. I get to tell Congress about you, and I’m honored that I get to do that.” Amos and Barrett then moved on to the topic of strengthening the Marine Corps’ quality as the force draws down. Amos explained the reawakening of the Corps means keeping the battlefield mindset of focusing on fellow Marines’ lives when they return home. “It doesn’t mean we were asleep,” said Amos. “It means we’ve got to have some leadership back home like we do in combat. Out here we pay very close attention to the Marines we work with. That’s what we’re talking about; don’t let anyone steal the direction we’re going.” He also explained the role of the Marine Corps and where Marines will be serving as coalition forces transition security responsibilities to Afghan Forces and the Marines reset into peacetime as a crisis response force. “We don’t know what the hell is going to happen in the world,” explained Amos. “When it does happen, we know one thing for sure; America’s leadership is going to say, ‘Where are the Marines? Send them in.’ And we’re going to be ready.”

NCO averts possible incident LANCE CPL. SAMUEL ELLIS MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO

MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. - It was just another routine shift for Cpl. Robert Smith, an air traffic controller at the Marine Corps Air Facility, as he started his shift. Little did the three-year ATC specialist know that during that shift he would have to make a decision that could ultimately save lives and millions of dollars’ worth of government equipment. Acting in a supervisory role that day, Smith stood in the MCAF control tower and watched a Boeing C-17, one of the military’s largest aircraft, and according to a Congressional Research Service Report for Congress costs more than $200 million each, touchdown at the air field. It was what happened after landing that caught his attention. “It looked like a normal landing,” said Smith. “And then, [one of my crew] noticed smoke coming from the back two tires.” The situation was a condition commonly known by those who work in the wing as, “hot brakes,” and according to ATC and Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Marines, while it is a common occurrence, it could have turned into an extremely serious problem if not handled correctly. “Smoke coming from a brake assembly is normal when the aircraft is landing but after taxiing, that’s not common,”

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said Sgt. Shawn Litchfield, ARFF incident commander during the emergency. “He made the right call by notifying us because, if the parts overheated and were introduced to an accelerant, then that would have caused a fire.” According to responders, the brakes of the aircraft had reached a temperature of more than 450 degrees, which was accelerated by a de-icing liquid that was applied to prevent icing to the plane before the aircraft’s flight to Quantico. “It turned out to be a very important,” said Chief Warrant Officer Joseph Szewczyk, the ARFF officer-in-charge. “There was de-icing fluid on the brakes. There could have been some chemical reaction between the heat and the deicing fluid that could have caused [the brakes] to continue to heat up or maybe even cause some type of fire.” Without hesitation, Smith, a young noncommissioned officer, ordered an emergency call to the Marines of the ARFF team, who responded within minutes and cooled the brakes down before the incident could turn into a larger problem. Smith was praised for immediately implementing his training without hesitation or apathy. “It was his [Smith’s] judgment that averted a potential hazard,” said Capt. Jarrod Robinson, ATC officer-incharge. “He made it safe.”

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Cpl. Robert Smith looks through a pair of binoculars atop the Marine Corps Air Facility control tower on Feb. 11. Because of Smith’s vigilance, he made a call that possibly saved lives and millions of dollars worth of equipment.

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“I can’t tell you how many times we have been asked the persistent question, ‘Commandant, are we ever going to return to sleeves up,’” Amos wrote in the letter. The Corps’ top leadership answered the NCOs plead. Rolled sleeves will be authorized while wearing desert cammies in non-combat areas, when the Marine Corps transitions to the summer warmer weather uniforms. Marines wear the desert utility uniform during daylight saving time. “As we have travelled throughout our Corps, many of you have let us know how important your identity as a Marine is to you and the Marines you lead,” said Amos in the letter. “I’ve thought a lot about this over the past 2.5 years; I realize that it’s important to you. Sleeves up clearly and visually sets us apart.” In the letter to the NCOs, Amos also speaks to the Marines about the effort to reawaken the soul of our Corps. “Each time that we have talked with you, we come away with a strong belief that you get it,” said Amos. “You understand that our renewed focus on the four enduring principles of: discipline; adherence to standards; engaged and concerned leadership 24/7; and faithful obedience to orders, is key to resetting the Corps and getting ready for tomorrow’s fight.” To read the full letter, visit http://bit.ly/CMCsleeves. The MARADMIN can be found at http://bit.ly/MARADMINsleeves.

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Jimmy Tootle completes a front raise with a 15-pound bar during a circuit training session with Marine Corps Community Services Semper Fit personal trainer Jason B. Garris at the Devil Dog Gym Feb. 19.

MCCS Cherry Point Semper Fit offers personal trainers LANCE CPL. UNIQUE B. ROBERTS MCAS CHERRY POINT

The motivation to remain physically fit can diminish when you have no one rooting for you in your corner, but the need to keep up a healthy lifestyle remains. Personal trainers empower their clients to motivate and cheer themselves on when struggling to keep their health and wellness a main priority. Physical trainer Jason B. Garris, with Cherry Point’s Marine Corps Community Services Semper Fit program, is a skilled professional who motivates and guides clients by helping them set goals, and provides feedback according to their fitness needs. Garris educates his clients in different aspects of health and wellness including nutrition guidelines and physical fitness. Garris explained that he was always smaller growing up; so when he got to college he decided to lift weights to add some muscle. Amazed by the progress he made and the way he felt about himself, Garris decided to help others achieve similar results. “Once I saw how motivating it was to help myself, I wanted to help others achieve their (fitness goals) as well,” said Garris. Garris assists Marines, dependents, spouses and retired service members improve their fitness. Garris provides services two times a week for four weeks, helping students build strength and maintain weight standards. “By getting a personal trainer it really helps (Marines) lose weight and get back in standard,” said Garris. “A lot of (Marines) need help with specific goals, like push-ups, pull-ups and getting their run time down. It’s not just about losing weight, it’s about helping (Marines) reach their specific goals.” Semper Fit offers personal trainers for all residents of Cherry Point. Personal training programs are comprised of eight training sessions, with an initial physical evaluation before starting the program and another evaluation after to show the progress students made throughout the training. Retired Army Sgt. 1st Class Jimmy Tootle began looking for a personal trainer when he started noticing a rise in blood pressure, cholesterol and weight gain. Tootle wanted someone who could assist him in creating a fitness routine that he would be confident and motivated enough to do on his own. “The sessions were kind of hard at first, but now I feel good about the sessions and the exercises that I do, and I know it’s going to get better,” said Tootle. As Tootle began working on his physical health, he noticed that individual exercise is more difficult than what he experienced in the Army. “In the army you ran as a group and you conducted (physical training) in a group setting,” said Tootle. “Everybody did push-ups, pull-ups and everyone ran together. It was a lot easier than doing it by yourself. So I thought, with a trainer, I could get started.” Although Tootle is now competing against himself to stay active, he said that it is completely worth the effort. “I feel a lot better just by coming to the gym,” said Tootle. “I feel a sense of accomplishment. I feel great.” Tootle now works out individually, constantly walking and staying active. Tootle informs Garris on his progress outside of their scheduled training sessions and when he has questions about physical fitness. For more information on personal training and scheduling your initial evaluation, visit the Marine Dome to pick up an application or contact the personal training office at 466-1147.

Jimmy Tootle performs 20-pound kettle bell raises at Cherry Point’s Devil Dog Gym Feb. 19. Tootle is a student of Marine Corps Community Services Semper Fit personal trainer Jason B. Garris.

Jimmy Tootle performs a set of shoulder presses supervised by Marine Corps Community Services Semper Fit personal trainer Jason B. Garris at the Devil Dog Gym, Feb. 19. Personal trainers offer specialized training for an individual’s personal fitness goals.


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Education center advises Marines on TA HOURS OF OPERATION Monday-Friday Breakfast 6-8 a.m., Lunch 10:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m., Dinner 4-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday/ Holiday Hours Breakfast/Lunch 8:30-11 a.m., Dinner 3-5 p.m.

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Monday-Friday Breakfast 6-8 a.m., Lunch 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Dinner 4-6 p.m.

Breakfast Menu Assorted fresh fruit, assorted hot and cold cereals, fried eggs and omelets to order, scrambled eggs and hard-cooked eggs, grill special, pancakes, French toast or waffles, breakfast potatoes, breakfast meats, creamed beef or sausage gravy, assorted muffins, breads and breakfast pastries

Specialty Bar Menu & Blendz Tuesday and Thursday Lunch (Blendz) - Banana-strawberry yogurt, banana-blackberry yogurt, banana-peach yogurt, bananapineapple yogurt, banana-mango yogurt, banana-blueberry yogurt, Asian chicken chopped salad, Asian beef chopped salad, Savannah fried chicken salad, Southwest chicken strip salad, chef salad bowl, buffalo chicken salad, turkey club salad, beef fajita salad, BLT club salad, southwest flank steak salad, chicken caesar salad, Chinese chicken salad, antipasto salad

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

Weekly Menu Thursday February 20 Lunch - Cream of broccoli soup, Jamaican jerk chicken, Creole macaroni, cilantro rice, succotash, balsamic roasted potatoes Dinner - Chicken and orzo soup, pork scallopini with herbed tomato sauce, baked stuffed shells, rice pilaf, marinara sauce, stewed chickpeas with zucchini, mixed vegetables Friday February 21 Lunch - New England clam chowder, maple glazed salmon, turkey pot pie with baking powder biscuits, long grain and wild rice, green beans, cauliflower polonaise Dinner - Turkey vegetable soup, mambo pork roast, lasagna, candied sweet potatoes, marinara sauce, fresh steamed broccoli, Mexican corn Saturday February 22 Lunch - Beef barley and onion soup, vegetable and black bean enchiladas, chicken and broccoli casserole, confetti rice, Spanish style beans, steamed vegetable medley Dinner - Cream of chicken soup, java molasses pork loin, swiss steak with mushroom gravy, lyonnaise potatoes, buttered egg noodles, stewed tomatoes, peas Sunday February 23 Lunch - Vegetable beef supreme soup, baked citrus herb crusted fish, fried chicken, brown rice pilaf, red bliss smashed potatoes, cream gravy, green bean casserole, corn Dinner - Turkey noodle soup, creamy Cajun shrimp penne, meat loaf, roasted garlic-mashed potatoes, brown gravy, Louisiana style smothered squash, okra mĂŠlange Monday February 24 Lunch - Minestrone soup, beef short ribs, chicken and Italian vegetable pasta, steamed rice, roasted zucchini, steamed baby carrots Dinner - Bayou jerk pork loin, turkey meatloaf, buttered egg noodle, islanderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rice, Lyonnaise wax beans, broccoli polonaise, brown gravy, chicken gumbo soup Tuesday February 25 Lunch - Salmon with tomato cucumber relish, chicken fried chicken, rice pilaf, mashed potatoes, sausage gravy, succotash, Southern style greens, cream of potato soup Dinner - Roast beef, baked ziti with Italian sausage, parsley buttered potatoes, peas, vegetable stir-fry, toasted garlic bread, navy bean soup, horseradish sauce Wednesday February 26 Lunch - Santa Fe glazed chicken, baked smoked chicken, southwest orzo pasta, whipped sweet potatoes, corn on the cob, simmered mustard greens, raison sauce, chunky beef noodle soup Dinner - Swedish meatballs, spicy shrimp with cheesy grits, rice pilaf, French fried cauliflower, French cut green beans, brown gravy, chicken noodle soup

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Vampire Academy - Rose Hathaway is a Dhampir, half human/ vampire, guardians of the Moroi, peaceful, mortal vampires living discretely within our world. Her legacy is to protect the Moroi from bloodthirsty, immortal Vampires, the Strigoi. This is her story. Labor Day - Depressed single mom Adele and her son Henry offer a wounded, fearsome man a ride. As police search town for the escaped convict, the mother and son gradually learn his true story as their options become increasingly limited. The Nut Job $QLQFRUULJLEO\VHOIVHUYLQJH[LOHGVTXLUUHOÂżQGVKLPself helping his former park brethren raid a nut store to survive, that is also the front for a human gangâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bank robbery. That Awkward Moment 7KUHHEHVWIULHQGVÂżQGWKHPVHOYHVZKHUH weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve all been - at that confusing moment in every dating relationship when you have to decide â&#x20AC;&#x153;So...where is this going?â&#x20AC;? MOVIES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

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The Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Education Center continues to equip Marines with the tools for success, despite cutbacks due to budgetary constraints. The Marine Corps Tuition Assistance program continues to receive and process applications for Tuition Assistance. Eligible students can receive Tuition Assistance quarterly for online and in-class courses, covering a variety of degrees and certifications. Tuition assistance for Marines is not guaranteed, according to Teresa H. Allen, the education officer with Cherry Pointâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Marine Corps Community Services. Each Marine applying for Tuition Assistance must meet specific criteria to qualify. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Marine has to be on duty for two years, they have to be in good standing, (and meet) everything thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

in (MARADMIN 611/13),â&#x20AC;? said Allen, referring to the most recent Tuition Assistance guidelines. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They have to make sure they havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t gotten in trouble, their command supports them, they have completed [the College 101 course] and that their classes do not overlap.â&#x20AC;? The Education Center can currently approve Tuition Assistance for up to two courses at a time based on the studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s academic standing, according to Allen. However, the Education Centerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s main goal is to assist Marines in making decisions that will help them maintain the highest grade point average. Allen advises Marines to remain an advocate of their own education and to remain aware of additional funding besides tuition assistance. For more information, review MARADMIN 611/13, Marine Corps Order 1560.25 or contact the Education Center at 466-3500.

Taking advantage of Commissary? PHYLLIS BLACK CHERRY POINT COMMISSARY STORE DIRECTOR

Are you shopping in the commissary? Most people say yes, but whether itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s true or they just want to stop me from going on with my spiel is uncertain. Every once in a while, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll get someone who says no. So I always ask why not? Here are some of the reasons I have received in response. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just as cheap to shop downtown.â&#x20AC;? This is a common misperception. Shopping in the commissary can save a customer an average of 30 percent or more on their groceries, according to recent surveys. This percentage even includes club stores as part of the survey. There will always be a few items that are cheaper downtown, but those are the exception, not the rule. I challenge the people who say the items are just as cheap downtown to bring in their receipt from their last shopping trip and check out the commissary prices on the same item for themselves. I bet theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be surprised at the results. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more convenient to shop downtown.â&#x20AC;? I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t argue with convenience, but what is convenience worth to the customer? Usually itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a young person who gives me this answer. I rarely hear this from a retiree. The commissary is open 6 days a week, usually until 7 p.m. There should be a time during the week when the customer can get to the commissary to purchase their groceries. If the customer is spending $200 a trip on groceries at the store downtown, they would have only spent $140 at the commissary on average. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s $60 the customer would have left in his or her pocket to do something else with. Maybe you would be able to pay a little more on a credit card so that bill can be paid off sooner? Or maybe that $60 could have been spent on the new shoes one of the

kids needs for gym class? If you spend more than that on average, the savings just increases. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like having to tip the bagger.â&#x20AC;? Customers donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to use the services of a bagger if they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to. The baggers are all self-employed and work for tips only. That doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t mean the customer must utilize their services. If the customer wants to bag their own groceries, just inform the cashier and the bagger will walk away. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I can get a better variety downtown.â&#x20AC;? This is probably true. But how much of that â&#x20AC;&#x153;varietyâ&#x20AC;? are you actually purchasing? Is getting that special flavor of coffee worth spending 30 percent more on everything else you buy? Maybe you could just get those few items the commissary doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t carry in the store downtown and do the rest of your shopping in the commissary and save money. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I had a bad experience once and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll never go back.â&#x20AC;? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unfortunate that a person would let one bad experience affect their pocket book for the rest of their lives. This is one Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll never understand. If a customer has a bad experience, talking to the manager will normally get the issue resolved. The management wants the customers to shop in the commissary. We donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t intentionally drive the customers away as that goes against everything we stand for. We truly want our customers happy so they will come back. The fact is, the commissary is the militaryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s number one benefit. We are here for you and your familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs. We will do everything in our power to make sure you have a pleasant and enjoyable shopping experience. So I will ask you again, if you arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t already shopping in the commissary, why not?


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Announcements ► Indicates new announcement 39th Marine Corps Marathon Registration for the 39th Marine Corps Marathon is currently open for all active duty and reserve personnel, as well as the general public. Registration will remain open through March 15. For more information, visit marinemarathon.com. Spring Craft Fair The History Place will host a Spring Craft Fair Saturday, 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 artwork. 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 New Bern will host the Carolina Coastal Railroader’s 19th Annual Train Show, Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday 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, call (252) 638-8872. ► The Living History Series The Beaufort Historical Site will begin the 2014 Living History Program, March 8 at 2 p.m. The program will feature the signs, symbols and music that helped enslaved African Americans escape north at the time of the Underground Railroad. The event is free and open to the public. Reservations are suggested because seating is limited. For more information or to register, call (252) 728-5225. ► CFC, Armed Services Blood Program Blood Drive The Combined Federal Campaign and the Armed Services Blood program are co-sponsoring a blood drive March 11, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the parking lot of the Marine Corps Exchange. All blood types are needed. For more information or to schedule an appointment to donate, visit www.militaryblood.dod.mil/Donors/default.aspx.

23rd Annual Emerald Isle St. Patrick’s Festival The Emerald Plantation Shopping Center will host the 23rd annual St. Patrick’s Festival Saturday, March 15, 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 more. 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, 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. ► The Raid on the Lighthouse, April 1854 The North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort will host a reenactment of the raid at the Cape Lookout Lighthouse April 3 at 7 p.m. National Park Service historians from Cape Lookout National Seashore will lead the presentation and be on hand following the reenactment for a question and answer session. The event is free and open to the public, but advanced registration is requested. For more information, call (252) 728-7317.

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

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.

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

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

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

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 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.

OFF Limits MCAS CHERRY POINT AREA

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

MCB CAMP LEJEUNE AREA

Tuesdays – Thursdays

2nd MAW Command Inspector General 466-5038

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. 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. For more information, call 466-2001.

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.

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


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Builder

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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

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

Handyman 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

Landscaping

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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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

General

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GENERAL KITCHEN HELP and SHIFT SUPERVISORS at Camps Sea Gull and Seafarer. Openings are for the spring season beginning in March and the summer season also. Please come by the Camp Seafarer mess hall office between 9am and noon for an application. Please call (252)249-3947 Ext 222 for additional details.

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Medical

CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT OR LPN NEEDED TO PROVIDE

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.

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Please leave a message including your name and a phone number if you get a recording.

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General

ADOPTION: Warm, Loving Secure College Educated Professional Home awaits the Arrival of 1st Child. Expenses paid, Sharon 1-800-844-1670 (Homestudy conducted by Homestudies & Adoption Placement Services, 668 American Legion Dr, Teaneck NJ 07666 201-836-5554)

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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

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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.

CHURCH PIANIST needed for Emerald Isle Baptist Church. Paid position. Wed night choir practice and 10:00 Sunday worship service. Please call 252-342-3788 General

Fabric Store Looking for PART TIME HELP. Pleasant atmosphere. If interested, please call 252-633-5675

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Services is looking for independent contractors to perform exterior residential property insurance inspections in a local territory. Earnings based on number of inspections you complete. Ideally, should be currently in business performing like work. You will need the following items to begin: Dependable vehicle, digital camera, measuring wheel, fold-up 17 foot ladder & PC with high- speed Internet access. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MILLENNIUM AND TO REGISTER ONLINE, PLEASE VISIT US AT:

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Flexible Schedule. Computer skills a plus. Excellent compensation package. Contact Vacation Resorts International. (252) 633-1151

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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!

134 Quarterdeck ~ $91,500 2705 Trent Road ~ $94,900 Great basic or starter home for couple. Lots of potential This one story townhome on the golf course Reduced! to be worth much more in future. Zoned for business/commercial. features 2 BRs & 2 baths, an open living, Additional 300 sq. ft. not heated with central heat. Also enclosed front and back porch not included in sq. ft. dining area, lots of windows & a cozy firewww.tysonandhooksrealty.com place.

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200 Holly Street ~ $99,900 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.

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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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152 Corinth Drive ~ $139,900

324 Lakemere Drive ~ $140,000

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.

Sits Pretty with Lots of Curb Appeal in River Bend. Back deck facing the woods for privacy, almost new roof, newer HVAC system, newer under house protection, new interior paint, water softener, & new gutter guards. Carolina Room, covered front porch, fireplace, nice landscaping, Cul de sac location

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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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207 Forest Oaks Drive ~ $149,900 Deerfield. Large lot w/no city taxes. Quiet neighborhood. Carolina Room w/Patio. Vinyl siding and easy maintenance.

504 Plantation Drive ~ $150,000

225 Lakemere Drive ~ $157,000

108 Education Lane ~ $158,500

Great Price! Quiet Neighborhood! Move In Ready! Well Maintained 3 bedroom/2 bath brick home in River Bend. Improvements include replacement windows, roof, heat pump, laminate in DR and entry and flooring in the kitchen.

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

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MLS#93241 Linda Wahnsiedler 252-670-2734

Pond-front brick home that features beautiful hardwood floors, solid surface countertops & a completely new master suite. Relaxing sun porch is not included in heated sq.ft and the deck is brand new. Great neighborhood less than a mile from marina, golf course & racquet club. Duke Energy utilities. MLS#92762 Rowland Bowen 252-259-6904

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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.

TUCKER CREEK! Great family home. 3BR/2BA split bedroom open floor plan. 2 sky lights & fireplace in Living Room. Eat-in Kitchen w/appliances. Large Master B/R & BA w/dbl sinks, sep shower & jetted tub. Large dbl garage. Sit in your screened-in porch & enjoy your .86 Acre private backyard!

MLS#90930 Jack Morton 252-259-4736

MLS#91909 Johnnie Bunting 252-671-0414

127 Quail Woods Drive ~ $165,000

107 Boatswain Drive ~ $169,000

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Need Space to Grow In To? Wow - this Home Has It! 3 bedrooms plus a family room plus 2 bonus rooms. Breakfast Area in Kitchen leading to the deck with views of water nearby, Built-in bookshelves in family room, attached shed, landscaped back yard, new interior paint and large rooms for all!

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3 SPECIAL BUY! 1200 Thread Count 4PC Sheet Sets Any Size Asst Colors $39.95 Plaza Superstore, Havelock (252)447- 0314

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CLEAN LONG LEAF PINE STRAW “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

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

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$4.50 per bale! Delivered! (252)244-1738

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

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BEDROOM Oakley Dr $850/month. Creekside District No pets. Lease/deposit 252-633-0885

3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH on corner lot in Vanceboro. 1300 sq ft, total remodel! Central heat/air, dishwasher, washer/dryer hookup, with detached 400 sq ft building & shed. $750, will consider rent to own (252)633-6968 or 670-6956 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 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 NICE 4/2 BATH DOUBLE WIDE Unfurnished, corner lot, Trent Creek area. Close to Ben Quinn Elementary school & shopping. All electric, open floor plan, dishwasher & refrigerator. Excellent condition! $850/month + deposit. (252)2231637 Tuesday-Friday 8am-4pm.


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3201 Buttercup Court ~ $171,950

The "Tyler", NEW CONSTRUCTION, Elevation B with covered 12x10 rear porch. Great floor plan with 3 Bedrooms and loft on second floor. Lot backs up to a pond. $6,000 incentives from Seller to use towards costs and/or upgrades using Bldr's atty.

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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3115 Drew Ave ~ $175,000

511 New Street ~ $175,000

128 Jordan Drive ~ $180,000

Nice home in immaculate condition ready to move in. Glassed-in rear porch. Quiet area. Convenient. No yard work. Includes boat slip. 6 Paddle fans. Old fashioned attic fan.

Spacious floor plan w/ FROG. Fenced back yard. 15 x 11 Sunroom. 3 patio areas. Convenient to Cherry Point.

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

4BR/2BA Luxury Waterfront duplex on a natural pond. Upscale kitchen appliances. Gas Log F/P, Vaulted Ceiling in Living Room. Beautiful water views, screened porch, Deck, 2 car garage/pull down stairs. Beautiful Upgrades and so much more!

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Location, Location, Location! Close The "St. Andrews" plan. Large open floor plan 3 bedroom 3 bath home w/ Carolina to NBG&CC & EC Yacht Club. with 9' ceilings downstairs. Formal dining with Room & rear deck looking over the 8th Wainscotting, engineered hardwood in foyer and Comfortable brick home on a quiet dining, large kitchen with island and pantry. Loft Fairway of the Emerald Golf Course. cul-de-sac on large wooded lot. area could be 4th bedroom. Laundry room with Slate walk & brick patio. drip dry area. MLS#88295 MLS#88678 Lawrence Land Company® 252-447-1529 MLS#93087 Tyson & Hooks Realty (252) 633-5766 The Bartram Team 252-636-7313 & 252-670-2440 -4 23 2 B E G F IN UN, S D E N OUS PE NH OPE

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2127 Neuse Cliffs Circle ~ $197,000

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.

Open and spacious. Living room, dining & kitchen. Cathedral ceiling, Master bath w/whirlpool tub and separate shower. Huge basement w/wet bar that can be den, office, in-law suite, bedroom or media.

1236 Pine Valley ~ $199,000

502 Neuchatel ~ $199,900

Outstanding 3 B/R 2 Beth brick home in Greenbrier subdivision. First floor master suite. Unfinished FROG. Nicely landscaped with large screened porch and deck. Priced to sell!

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

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Enjoy relaxing on low-country style front porch after a long day at work or play. Large corner lot features side entry garage entrance and separate parking area off side street. Spacious kitchen with center island and breakfast area overlooking deck and fenced back yard. Quiet convenient community.

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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1250 Pine Valley Drive ~ $215,000

Immaculate brick ranch on quiet corner lot near Marina and Golf.Bright open floor plan, spacious living room has vaulted ceiling.Master BR has huge walk in closet. Roomy efficient kitchen with granite countertops.Sunny Carolina Room looks through to screened porch.Skylights add soft natural light.

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.

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

MLS#92578 Kathleen Fleming 252-671-0456

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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.

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!!

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

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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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220 Apartments for Rent RIVER BEND FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath townhome in River Bend. New carpet, new appliances, new paint, washer & dryer, gas log fireplace, on golf course. No pets. No smoking. 1 year lease. Lawn care is 3rd party. $700/ month + $350 deposit. $25 application/ background check fee. Available immediately. (252)658-2027 RIVER BEND FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath townhome in River Bend. New paint, all kitchen appliances, washer/dryer, screen room to golf course. No pets. No smoking. 1 year lease. Lawn care is 3rd party. $800/month + $400 deposit. $25 application/background check fee. (252)658-2027

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

220 Apartments for Rent 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENTS Waterfront setting, weekly, monthly. (910)578-5777 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, 14-A Mulberry Ln, Riverbend. $550. Available April 1st. (252)224-0475 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH Convienient location. Laundry room, new carpet/paint. (252)633-4853 1ST FLOOR 1 BEDROOM Central AC, washer/dryer, hardwood floors, off street parking, secure location. $525 Allen 252-514-0639

EMERALD ISLE! Furnished 1 bedroom, living room, full kitchen, washer/dryer, a/c. Near beach & Emerald Plantation shopping center! No pets! Lease. Available March 1st! (252)725-4842 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! NEW BERN - Fairfield Harbour Furnished studio apartment. Includes utilites. $650/mo. (252)876-3588 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 NICE 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment, wood floors, carport, minutes to town! No pets, no smoking. $575. (252) 247-4063

1822 S.GLENBURNIE RD. Across from Post Office beside UPS store. Retail or office. $1400. Chuck Tyson (252)670-5230. 1822 S.GLENBURNIE RD. Across from Post Office beside UPS store. Retail or office. $1400. Chuck Tyson (252)670-5230. METAL BUILDING, 25x50. 3 8x10 overhead doors, + office $425/month. (252)637-2340

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

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

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.

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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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3107 Coriander Drive ~ $380,000 -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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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.

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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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102 Barkside Lane ~ $374,900 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

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.

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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.

202 Dobbs Spaight Road ~ $329,000

212 New Street ~ $319,000 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.

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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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101 Fern Court ~ $274,900 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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125 Geneva Road ~ $264,500

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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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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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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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 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 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 EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED


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MERCURY 2005 GRAND MARQUIS Burgundy, Clean, Sharp, Smooth Ride was $4995 Sale $3800 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

VW 2000 BEETLE Blue, Super Gas Miser, Only 64K Miles was $4400 Sale $3800 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

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CHEVY 1998 C/K 3500 Cheyenne Silverado, Crew Cab, 4 Dr, Super Worker was $4485 SALE $3985 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314

JETSON ECO Friendly Electric Bike New, Red, removable lithium Ion battery, charger, rear wheel motor and disc brakes, multiple locking points, safety signals, no license, no registration and no DMV required. 40 mph max speed. $1,200 252-259-7227

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


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Stk #R9820A

7,950

$

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2010 2011 2009 Dodge Chevrolet Honda Charger Cruze Accord SXT EX-L

9,450

2010 Ford Edge AWD

2009 2005 Dodge Nissan Grand 350Z Caravan Convertible

11,900 $13,800 $13,900 $14,900 $13,900 $13,990

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Stk #R10092C

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Stk #P4289A

2010 Nissan

2011 2003 2013 2011 2011 2012 Buick Mercedes Ford Jeep Jeep Grand Acura Benz Maxima LaCrosse Escape Wrangler Cherokee ZDX AWD SL500 CXL Limited Sport SV

14,880 $14,900 $15,880 $20,900 $21,600 $21,900 $22,900 $26,900 $28,900 $33,800

$

Stk #P4349

Stk #P4442

Stk #P4349

Stk #R9462N

Stk #P4443

Stk #P4389

Stk #P4441

Stk #P4381

Stk #P4333

Stk #P4546

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The Windsock February 27, 2014