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‘Ace in the hole,’ VMR-1 supports contingency operations NMCRS fund drive going strong

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bility to include non-combatant evacuation, humanitarian assistance, disaster relief, and support to U.S. embassies, and other operations as directed by national and command leadership. “Most people do not realize that one of the station’s aircraft has gone forward in

The Navy Marine Corps Relief Society’s 2014 active duty fund drive runs throughout the months of March and April across the naval services, educating Marines and Sailors about the society, and raising essential working capital for its operations through donations. Since the fund drive started, it has raised more than $3.5 million society wide and more than $30,000 on Cherry Point, according to Vicki Wilson, the director of Cherry Point’s NMCRS. “The fund drive is going great society wide and on base,” said Wilson. “The key personnel are doing a super job getting the word out and letting Marines and Sailors on base know that we are here.” 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. Volunteers also play a key role in the society’s mission by donating their time to help Marines, Sailors and their families by offering lactation consultants and financial classes. “This week is volunteer appreciation week and I can’t even convey just how much the volunteers contribute to our society,” said Wilson. “Without our volunteers or donations, the society would not be able to exist.”

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A C-9B Skytrain launches down a Cherry Point runway April 8. The C-9 is a Marine Transport Squadron 1 asset and is used for the transportation of essential personnel.

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Marines with Marine Transport Squadron 1 departed Cherry Point Tuesday in one of the squadron’s C-9B Skytrains in support of II Marine Expeditionary Force. The unit has committed a UC-35D Citation in support of Special-Purpose

Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response, said Lt. Col. Brain D. Bernth, VMR-1 commanding officer. SP-MAGTF Crisis Response is a rotational force of Marines and Sailors temporarily stationed at Moron Air Base, Spain. The unit was stood up to a provide a broad range of military capabilities to respond to crises in its area of responsi-

Facilities Maintenance plans smooth transition to Public Works Department LANCE CPL. ANDREA CLEOPATRA DICKERSON MCAS CHERRY POINT

Cherry Point service members and station residents who count on Facilities Maintenance will see a change in how their services are provided over the next few months due to a restructuring of the Facilities Department. The changes, which will appear small to the customer, are designed to improve the processing and handling of maintenance requests, allowing the process to run more efficiently and effectively, said Cmdr. Paul Flood, the officer-in-charge of facilities maintenance. During the next few months, facilities maintenance, engineering, support contractors and the resident officerin-charge of construction, are planning a seamless grouping of efforts and transition to form a new Public Works Department. The new PWD will be divided into four divisions but will still provide the same services that facilities maintenance did, but in a more comprehensive manner, according to Flood. The change comes on the heels of a recent reorganization of Navy and Marine Corps facilities and installation maintenance structures. The changes will streamline maintenance processes and standardize repair protocols across the naval service’s installations. On May 23, in conjunction with American Public Works Week, Cherry Point will unveil the revamped PWD for service members and residents of the air station. Service members and station residents should expect to receive the same critical maintenance and utility services, said Flood. Anyone who needs to put in a maintenance request should route requests through the correct depart-

ment. Those with military housing related issues: Contact Atlantic Marine Corps Communities directly at 466-4794 (E-6 – E9 and officers) or 466-3602 (E-1 – E-5). Visit http://www.atlanticmcc.com/ for more information. For those with emergency requests related to imminent mission failure, immediate danger to life or hazards to the

SGT. JUSTIN M. BOLING Marine Corps leadership issued Corpswide guidance for personal firearm storage aboard installations April 4. The release of Marine Administrative Message 176/14 (MARADMIN) creates standard policy and enforcement measures Corpswide. “We decided to reemphasize, across the Marine Corps, regulations we have on the books at several installations and make sure our Marines understand them,” Maj. Gen. Juan G. Ayala,

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Employees with the Public Works Department at Cherry Point refurbish part of 5th Avenue here March 11.

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environment: Contact the help desk at 466–4362. Service members with barracks related requests should contact the barracks duty who will enter the information into an electronic work order system. For general installation maintenance issues: Report

Commander Marine Corps Installations Command, said. “We also wanted to make certain our installations remain safe for our Marines, Sailors and their dependents – I like to use the term safe havens.” Marine Corps Installation Command (MCICOM) serves as a higher headquarters for 24 Marine Corps installations nationwide. MCICOM provides leadership and direction to equip, train and provide all necessary support for operating See FIREARMS page A7

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Sexual Assault Prevention, three questions How does sexual assault affect an individual Marine and their unit?

Tax deadline approaching The deadline for state and federal taxes is Tuesday. The Cherry Point Tax Assistance office will remain open during normal working hours for base personnel through Tuesday.

Sexual assault can dramatically affect a Marine emotionally and physically. A Marine who has been assaulted might not be able to complete their mission and that impacts the unit as a whole.

General Carl E. Mundy Jr. dies at 78

What can a Marine do if he or she is sexually assaulted?

The 30th Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. Carl E. Mundy Jr., died April 2 at his home in Alexandria, Va. General James F. Amos, the current commandant, called Mundy a “valiant warrior (and) a dedicated public servant,” in a statement following Mundy’s passing. After retiring from active duty in 1995, Mundy served as the president and chief executive officer of the USO. Mundy was preceded in death by his wife, Linda, and is survived by three children, Elizabeth Gunter of Fredericksburg, Va; Brig. Gen. Carl E. Mundy III, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif.; and Col. Timothy S. Mundy, MCB Quantico, Va.

If a Marine is sexually assaulted they should seek medical treatment and then report the incident through a Uniformed Victim Advocate, military medical provider, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator or chaplain. Also, if a Marine knows of an unreported instance of sexual assault or harrasment, they are required to report the allegations to look out for their fellow Marine. There are several reporting options for victims, which a SARC or UVA can explain.

TSA Opens Pre Check to DoD Civilians TSA will open its expedited airport security screening program, Pre Check, Tuesday to DoD civilians. TSA Pre Check allows participants to keep on their shoes, belt, and light jacket, and leave laptops and 3-1-1 compliant liquids in their carry-on bags when going through airport security. To participate, DoD civilians must opt-in to the program through the MilConnect website (www.dmdc.osd.mil/ milconnect) and save their DoD ID number (10 digit number found on the back of their CAC) as the “Known Traveler Number” in their DTS profile. The program is already open to service members to include Guard and Reservists. For more information, visit http://www.defensetravel.dod. mil.

Why is sexual assault prevention so important to the Marine Corps? Pfc. Sonia I. Loyola is an 18-year-old supply clerk with Marine Aircraft Group 14. She enlisted in Jacksonville, Texas in June 2013. These are her thoughts about sexual assault, its effects and why it needs to stop.

Sexual assault prevention is very important to the Marine Corps because assaults happen too often and it affects the mission. Sexual assault is a big deal because it takes Marines out of the fight.

Tobacco use prohibited in naval facilities The use of tobacco products to include the use of smoking and smokeless tobacco is only permitted during approved break periods designated by supervisors based on staffing and per federal law, personnel policy and union contracts while on duty. Tobacco use is prohibited in all Department of the Navy facilities. The use of smoking and smokeless tobacco is only permitted in designated tobacco use areas. In designated areas where tobacco use is permitted, tobacco spit shall be help in containers with sealing lids, cigarette butts, matches and other forms of residue are to be disposed of properly designated containers. For more information, see SECNAV Instruction 5100.13E.

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Lance Cpl. Mitchell A. Taylor received a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for actions that saved a fellow Marine’s life at Cherry Point March 4. Taylor, who was working with the Distribution Management Office at the time, saved a fellow Marine who was choking on prescribed medications. “I was inside where I worked when one of our noncommissioned officers came in asking if anyone knew the Heimlich maneuver,” said Taylor. “At first I thought he was just messing with us,” said the Houston native. “I realized there was no joke. We ran out of the office where I saw a Marine choking, his lips turning purple and his eyes were watering.” “I tried the Heimlich maneuver first, and it did not work,” said Taylor. “So I posted him against the railing so I could use it to pushed on his back, I did this a few times until he coughed up what he was choking on. I did not think anything of it at the time – trying to help someone was just a natural reaction.” According to Taylor, receiving the medal was a complete surprise. “They did not tell me I was getting submitted for the medal,” said Taylor. “I was at the base theater doing training when the squadron’s commanding officer and sergeant major called attention to orders.” Taylor had no idea why he was called to report to the commanding officer. “I thought I might have been in trouble or something,” he said. “I was very surprised and didn’t know what to say when they asked for a speech.” Taylor has since joined the Fleet Assistance Program and has started work with the visiting aircraft line, where he refuels aircraft that come aboard the air station. “I like this new change of pace,” said Taylor. “I get to work on my feet, which suits me a lot better than behind a desk.”

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VMA-542 Marines learn shipboard firefighting

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Marines with Marine Attack Squadron 542 fight an aircraft fire during training at the Cherry Point flight line April 3. The Marines learned the basics of shipboard firefighting in preparation for their upcoming deployment with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit.

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With flames, smoke and gallons of water dancing over a fire rescue training aircraft, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Marines learned the basics of shipboard firefighting April 3. Members of Marine Attack Squadron 542 hosted six Sailors with the Center for Naval Aviation and Technical Training, Lemoore, Calif., in preparation for an upcoming deployment with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit. VMA-542 Marines learned about personal protective equipment, flight and hangar deck equipment and systems, and procedures and techniques for combating fires, according to Chief Petty Officer Daniel Guevara. “The class is required for all flight air personnel aboard a ship,” said Guevara, an aviation boatswain’s mate aircraft handler with CNATT. The Marines spent a full day training, and learning the foundations and tactics of shipboard firefighting because, aboard ship, each crewmember is a first responder. During emergencies, there is no calling 911, everyone has a responsibility to act, according to Guevara. “This course teaches Marines the basics of what to do in case of an emergency aboard a ship,” said Guevara. “Once they are sailing, they will be able to integrate with other personnel and have a greater understanding of what to do in different situations. For many of the Marines in the class, fighting aircraft fires is not part of their day-to-day duties. Training and learning from the CNATT Sailors helped the squadron’s Marines further prepare for their assigned roles while underway. “You get very excited while waiting for your turn to be in charge of the hose,” said Cpl. Joseph Hicks, an airframe mechanic with VMA-542. During training, each Marine had several opportunities to practice different roles as part of a hose-crew. Each Marine had the opportunity to control the hose nozzle during dry-run practice and then with flames. This allowed the Marines to experience each position of the hose, ensuring that they will be ready to jump into any position if needed. “Once you get over the little bit of nervousness and remember to apply all the fundamentals you learned in class, it can be very fun,” said Hicks.

Marines with VMA-542 fight an aircraft fire during training at Cherry Point April 3.

The hose of a P-19R fire rescue vehicle sits on the Cherry Point flight line before shipboard firefighting training April 3. Marines with VMA542 learned the basics of shipboard firefighting in preparation for an upcoming deployment with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit.

Lance Cpl. John Rainey directs a hose during shipboard firefighting training at Cherry Point April 3. Rainey is an airframe mechanic with VMA-542.

Cpl. Joseph Hicks operates the hose during shipboard firefighting training at Cherry Point April 3. Each flight line personnel aboard a naval vessel has the responsibility to act in case of an emergency such as a fire. Hicks is an airframe mechanic with VMA-542.

Sailors from the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Lemoore Calf., in red, train Marines with VMA-542 on shipboard firefighting at Cherry Point April 3. The Marines were learning the basics of shipboard firefighting in preparation for their upcoming deployment with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit.


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Bring forth the tanks, Ssang Yong 14

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U.S. Marine M1A1 Abrams tank offloads from a U.S. Navy Landing Craft Air Cushion ship for exercise Ssang Yong 2014 in Dogue, Republic of Korea April 3. Ssang Yong, meaning twin dragons, is intended to strengthen ROK-U.S. combat readiness and combined interoperability and advance the ROK Marine Corps Marine Task Force and command and control capabilities through the conduct of combined amphibious operations. The LCAC belongs to Naval Beach Unit 7, and the tank belongs to Company C, 4th Tank Battalion, 4th Marine Division, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve.

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DOGUE, South Korea – The final large, steel pieces of the puzzle are coming into place. A massive mattress-like ship hauls those pieces ashore. U.S. Marines with Company C, 4th Tank Battalion, 4th Marine Division, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve, and Sailors from Naval Beach Unit 7, deliver tanks for exercise Ssang Yong 2014 at White Beach April 3. “With its capabilities, tanks are a valuable asset to have on the battlefield and in this exercise,” said U.S. Marine Cpl. Nathaniel S. York, an M1A1 tank crewman with 4th Tank Battalion. “For some, be-

ing able to participate in this exercise is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.” Ssang Yong, meaning twin dragons, exercises the interoperability and combined capability of ROK and U.S. Navy and Marine Corps forces. The exercise provides valuable military training based on realistic requirements and missions expected of ROK and U.S. forces on the Korean Peninsula. The M1A1 Abrams tank is a large logistical piece for Ssang Yong. A variety of training events in Ssang Yong will test the tank’s short-long range fire support as well as the U.S. and foreign allies’ ability to maneuver under the support. Three U.S. Navy Landing Craft Air Cushion ships transported more than five

tanks from the USS Ashland to shore. It takes approximately 30 minutes to complete a round trip with the LCAC because it can only hold one tank at a time, “Transporting these tanks keeps the mission going and improves interoperability between U.S. and ROK forces, which helps the stability of the region,” said U.S. Navy Senior Chief Eric S. Crafton, the craft master of Naval Beach Unit 7, who takes the helm when delivering equipment via landing craft. Three U.S. Navy LCACs transported six tanks from the USS Ashland to shore during the entire evolution. It only takes a matter of minutes to deliver the 67 ton tanks from ship to shore, according to

Crafton. The ability to stage and deliver large military equipment ashore from the sea provides the U.S. and its allies with a crucial crisis response option, without the need for access to seaport or an airport infrastructure. For years, NBU 7 has been assisting with the logistical aspect of Ssang Yong but is proud to be part of the exercise this year because of the scale, according to U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Louis K. Deforest, an LCAC engineer with the unit. Transporting the tanks from ship to shore helps demonstrate the Navy/Marine Corps’ responsive amphibious and expeditionary capabilities from the sea.

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Marines and Sailors from various units at Cherry Point participate in the annual volunteer appreciation dinner at the Roadhouse April 8. The dinner was held to recognize the Marines and Sailors who volunteered through the single Marine program last year. The Single Marine Program offers volunteer opportunities to Marines and Sailors aboard the base.

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The Single Marine Program at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., hosted a volunteer appreciation dinner April 8, 2014, to show their gratitude for all the time the service members give to the local community. Each year, during the month of April, the station celebrates National Volunteer Appreciation Week. Partnering with station assets, the Single Marine Program offers events all week, like the dinner. Marines and Sailors at Cherry Point will be honored with another dinner April 11. “It’s really important to me that I recognize them officially during National Volunteer Appreciation Week,” said Jen Krivohlavy, the event coordinator with the Single Marine Program. “National Volunteer Appreciation Week is all week long. It is an annual event.” During the dinner, Maj. Gen. Robert F. Hedelund, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing commanding general, and Sgt. Maj. Christopher Robinson, 2nd MAW sergeant major, thanked the Marines for their hard work and encouraged them to continue to strive for greatness. “We benefit as a Corps from all the work you do,” said Hedelund. While the Marines are thanked for their participation after each event, they cannot

be thanked enough for the time that they constantly put in to help the community, said Krivohlavy. Since 2011 the SMP’s number of volunteers and the amount of hours conducted have nearly tripled because of participation by the service members, according to Krivohlavy. “We have a quarter of the volunteer hours for the entire Marine Corps,” said Krivohlavy.” For our Cherry Point volunteers to really be that active in the community it really says something about their character.” Although the SMP is proud of its current numbers, Jen stresses that it not about how many people they can get to volunteer or the number of hours they can claim, but it is about the families that call explaining how grateful they are that the Marines and Sailors have helped them. “Some Marines and Sailors go out to volunteer and that say oh it was not a big deal I just did it for this reason or for that reason but I want them to realize how big of a deal it is,” said Krivohlavy. “I wish I could really just show the Marines and Sailors how much they have impacted our community, they are helping our community thrive.”

Marines and Sailors enjoy a pizza buffet at the Roadhouse during a volunteer dinner and party hosted by the Single Marine Program April 8.

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Soldiers with 4th Brigade, 215th Corps, Afghan National Army practice plotting grid coordinates on a map during an explosive ordnance disposal course at Forward Operating Base Delaram II March 15, 2014. The course is designed to instill basic tactics, techniques and procedures for locating, avoiding and disposing of improvised explosive devices.

FORWARD OPERATING BASE DELARAM II, Afghanistan – Marines and civilian contractors from the Security Force Assistance Advisor Team for 4th Brigade, 215th Corps, Afghan National Army, gave a map skills class at Forward Operating Base Delaram II March 15. The class was part of a ten-week explosive ordnance disposal course offered by the SFAAT for ANA soldiers in leadership roles. “They’re a good group of guys,” said Master Sgt. Richard Oldham, an explosive ordnance disposal instructor with the 4-215 SFAAT. “They’re very serious about their jobs and still willing to learn and improve upon what they have, so it’s a real pleasure to work with those guys.” During the class, soldiers were instructed by civilian contractors, who were all former military, on how to read scale maps, plot grid coordinates and plan routes according to terrain features on the maps. “If we can make the ANA better, they can secure their area of operations,” said Oldham. “The impact on the general public is

that the environment will then be safer for them to live in.” The course is designed to help the ANA learn basic tactics, techniques and procedures for locating, avoiding and disposing of improvised explosive devices. Many of the soldiers taking the course will pass the knowledge on to members of their units throughout Afghanistan. “Because I am a staff sergeant, it’s my job to lead my junior soldiers,” said Staff Sgt. Sher Mirza, an Afghan soldier with the 4th Brigade. “When I learn something new here, I’m going to teach the same thing to my soldiers because it’s very important for them as well.” The 4-215 SFAAT’s main purpose is to advise and provide assistance to 4-215 when needed. The EOD course is one of many courses offered at FOB Delaram II to help formally educate and train ANA soldiers so that they will be able to sustain their current level of training after U.S. and coalition forces leave Afghanistan. “I’m confident they will be able to maintain their current level of proficiency after we leave,” said Oldham. “They already have it. We are just helping them to finetune their abilities.”

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support of that,” said Bernth. “We have never pushed an air station asset forward in support of crisis response. We provide high-speed movement to critical personnel and cargo throughout the theater. That theater is Europe and Africa, so it’s a pretty big field. We have been doing it successfully since August. ” This squadron is unlike any other squadron in the Marine Corps. The most visible mission Marines and Sailors perform is critical medical evacuations and search and rescue support with their HH-46E Sea Knight helicopters. A less visible but important mission is providing movement for high priority passengers and cargo in support of wartime operations, said Bernth. But the squadron is new to providing operational support to crisis response forces. “We are breaking new ground here,” he said. “It has been an interesting challenge, particularly dealing with being an air station with limited manpower and funding. We have had to carefully manipulate the chess board to do it, as well as use some of our other assets that are supporting other things.” Bernth also said that the use of their Skytrain helps the MAGTF greatly because the squadron has the ability to ferry essential personnel and gear fast and on short notice. Unlike the KC-130J Hercules or MV-22B Osprey, they get to key locations in just under a day. That critical element is what allows VMR-1 and their Skytrains to be an “ace in the hole,” he said. VMR-1 is able to come together as a whole and shuffle their aircraft around, allowing them to rely heavily on their Skytrain and Citation to support various contingency forces and transport personnel and cargo when needed, while their Sea Knights perform search and rescue missions. Despite its hectic operational schedule, the squadron plans to support contingency operations as long as required, Bernth said. When the Skytrain returns later this week, it will begin support of the Black Sea Rotational Force. “When I took over, I knew the squadron was busy, but I had no idea how busy,” Bernth said. “When you look at VMR-1, nowhere else could you get up in the morning and have a plane in Guam and Ghana, and get a Pedro mission call, all within the same six-hour period. No other squadron in the Marine Corps has that span of command and control or the ability to support those missions [simultaneously].”

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 $700,000 in financial assistance. Donations supported various needs including airfare and travel expenses during emergency leave and essential vehicle repairs. “We do not focus on how much money we make during the fund drive because what we really worry about is that there is 100 percent contact with all Marines and Sailors so that they know we are here to help them in their time of need,” said Wilson. There are several options available to those who want to donate. The preferred, most convenient and most error-free way to donate is through an allotment. Marines with an end of active service date greater than three months from when the drive starts can log onto Marine Online at www.mol.usmc.mil and set an allotment to support the NMCRS. Paper form allotments are also available and can be obtained through unit representatives. Additionally, anyone interested in making a donation can log onto www.nmcrsfunddrive.org and set up an allotment or set up a one-time donation via credit card. Cash and check donations are also accepted. Contribution forms should be filled out in every case to keep track of command participation. To support the NMCRS with a donation, contact your unit representative or go to www.nmcrsfunddrive.org. Those interested in volunteering or learning more about NMCRS programs can call the NMCRS office at 466-2031 or email philly.pridgen@ nmcrs.org.

them online using the facilities management link on the Interactive Customer Evaluation System website at http://bit.ly/FACILITIES. As winter weather improves, PWD will start repairing damages caused by winter weather, said Flood. “We want everyone to know that there are people out there that care about this base,” he said.

forces and tenant activities. The command has only been fully operational for a little over a year. According to Ayala, 99.9 percent of his 24 installations and the personnel who serve on them are safe and doing the right things. The recent Washington Navy Yard shooting tragedy prompted the Secretary of the Navy, The Honorable Ray Mabus, to direct the Department of the Navy to take a look at the personal firearm policies already in place. Measures standardized across the Marine Corps by MARADMIN 176/14 include: Prohibit privately owned firearms in all federal workspaces, to include leased building and vehicles, a standard practice for all federal facilities. Privately owned firearms cannot be carried as concealed weapons aboard installations. All privately owned firearms will be stored in approved installation facilities, registered and on file with installation law enforcement. Prohibit the storage of firearms in bachelor enlisted quarters. At the installation commanders’ discretion, residents of bachelor officers’ quarters and staff non-commissioned officer BEQs will be allowed to retain secured privately owned firearms in their rooms. Transportation of privately owned firearms is authorized in POVs to and from an authorized storage area or to an off-base location consistent with federal, state, and local laws. They may also be transported to and from on-base areas where firearms use is authorized, such as hunting areas or recreational shooting ranges. All personally owned firearms will be placed in secure fully encased containers. “There is no change; we are simply reemphasizing the importance of Marines being familiar with the base orders and regulations on personally owned firearms,” Ayala said. “As we do with a wide array of issues, we want the commanders and enlisted leaders to talk to their Marines about these issues at every level.” Ayala emphasized his confidence in being close to his desired end state – keeping people and property safe and ready to support training to ensure the operating forces are sufficiently equipped and trained to fight. “The Marine Corps has been handling weapons for 238 years,” Ayala said. “We still have a duty to emphasize these rules, maintain security and readiness, and reduce instances of irresponsible weapons handling. “The MARADMIN is not taking anyone’s rights away. We just want our folks to be safe – period.”

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Bright colors, cheerful students and dedicated teachers filled the halls of Oaks Road Elementary School. The day had just begun and you could still smell the scent of breakfast lingering from the nearby cafeteria. As the tall men arrived wearing khaki shirts and freshly pressed green pants, the school safety patrols opened the door to welcome them. The Marines, volunteers with Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point’s Single Marine Program, shared information about their jobs in the Marine Corps with students during career day at Oaks Road Elementary School April 4. The Marines visited four classrooms during the visit. They spoke to more than five groups of students and explained the life of an active duty Marine and the many military occupational specialties offered by the Corps. The Marines taught the children how to wear a gas mask as well as hand and arm signals for directing aircraft. The Marines did well with the children, explaining different aspects of life in the Marine Corps in a way the students could relate to, according to Mindy Apple, the visual arts teacher for kindergarten through fifth grade at the school. “They did a great job,” said Apple. “They are very inspirational and they have a presence that stands out.” The Marines goal during the career day was to provide a positive example for the children of Oaks Road. More importantly, the Marines encouraged the children to stay in school and continue learning, according to Lance Cpl. Andrew Lyons, an EA-6B Prowler mechanic with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Training Squadron 1. “At this age a lot of kids look for someone to look up to – I know because that is what I did,” said Lyons. “If we show them positive examples to follow, then we have done our job.”

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Marines with Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point’s Single Marine Program talk with students at Oaks Road Elementary School during a career day April 4, 2014. The Marines shared information about the Marine Corps, and the air station while encouraging the students to do well in school.

Students from Oaks Grove Elementary School participate in a question and answer session during career day April 4. Marines with Cherry Point’s Single Marine Program volunteered to share information about the Marine Corps and the air station while encouraging the students to do well in school.

A student from Oaks Road Elementary School participates in the school’s career day April 4.

Students learn how to tell a pilot to close an aircraft’s wings at Oaks Road Elementary School in New Bern N.C. April 4, 2014. Marines volunteered through Cherry Point’s Single Marine Program to participate in the school’s career day. Career day is intended to encourage students to think about different career choices available to them.


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Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Pointâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s group communications hosted the 14th annual Technology Exposition at the Two Rivers Theater here April 3. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have been doing this for 14 years and have held 15 shows,â&#x20AC;? said Kate Ratcliffe, the event manager with National Conference Services Incorporated. During the expo, Marines and Sailors viewed products offered by technology companies that provide equipment to the military such as information back-up, information destruction and photo control solutions, according to Ratcliffe. â&#x20AC;&#x153;All of the companies here are a part of the technology industry,â&#x20AC;? said Ratcliffe. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They all offer the Marine Corps something different, yet essential.â&#x20AC;? More than 10 companies exhibited technology useful to the Marine Corps, both in garrison and in deployed environments. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Because technology evolves fast, it is important for Marines to learn about and explore technical and tactical technology,â&#x20AC;? according to Ratcliffe. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is important to offer equipment that can not only be used to complete missions, but enable the Marine Corps to become more technologically advanced, that is the goal,â&#x20AC;? said Ratcliffe. The Marine Corps supports a range of missions that require the use of technology and science. As technology advances, the Marine Corps has to preserve its strong expeditionary roots by remaining

familiar with the latest technology and remaining up-todate with current events, according to former Gunnery Sgt. Herb McGrail, an account executive with Whitlock, an audio visual integration company. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are here to help the Marine Corps accomplish their mission,â&#x20AC;? said McGrail, who formerly served with 2nd Radio Battalion. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They need technology in the forward areas as well as the rear areas to be able to provide information required for troops in the field.â&#x20AC;? The expo gave Marines at Cherry Point a opportunity to preview some new technology and gear. Junior Marines from various units at Cherry Point attended the exhibit to become familiar with the latest technology and equipment that they might see in the future, according to Cpl. Micheal R. Lopez, a tactical air defense controller with Marine Air Control Squadron 2. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We got to view the different radios that are coming out and that is going to help a lot because we use radios all the time for aircraft,â&#x20AC;? said Lopez. Although the main goal of the exhibit was to inform Marines on recent technology updates in communication technology, some Marines came to learn about new equipment offered to the squadrons and to stay up-todate with the current equipment that they have. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My junior Marines do not really know about some of the technology that we receive so we came to this. They found out a lot about how basic equipment works and what is coming out next,â&#x20AC;? said Lopez. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I learned a few things that I did not really know and I have been doing this job for almost three years.â&#x20AC;?

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► Indicates new announcement Cherry Point Tax Assistance Office The Cherry Point Tax Assistance Office will remain open to all base personnel through Tuesday. 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 a.m. – 4 p.m. and by appointment on Tuesday and Wednesday from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. For more information, call 466-2001. ► Garden Lovers Weekend Garden Lovers Weekend will be hosted by Tryon Palace April 11 – 13 beginning at 9 a.m. The palace’s 14 acres of gardens will be open for patrons to enjoy, free of charge. A valid military identification card is required for ferry tickets. For more information, contact the park office at (910) 3264881. ► Easter Service Schedule Roman Catholic Services will be held in the Main Chapel April 17 and 18 for a Holy Thursday mass at 6:30 p.m. Good Friday service will be held at 2 and 3 p.m. Holy Saturday mass will be held at 6:30 p.m. Protestant Services will be held April 18 and 20. A Liturgical Protestant Service will be held April 18 at 12:30 p.m. the Station Chapel, a sunrise service will be held April 20 at 6:30 a.m. at the O Club and a Liturgical Protestant Service will be held the same day at 9 a.m. at the Station Chapel. ► Easter Eggcitement The Easter Eggcitement event at the Cherry Tree House is scheduled for April 19 from 10 a.m. – noon. The free event will feature crafts, bounce houses and a jelly bean contest. Free hot dogs, chips and drinks will available. An Easter egg hunt will be held at 10:30 a.m. for children ages 0 – 3; 11 a.m. for children 4 – 7; and 11:30 for children 8 – 12 years old. The Easter Bunny will be at the Cherry Tree House for free photos during the event. For more information, call 466-3861. 10th Annual Beaufort Wine and Food Festival The 10th Annual Beaufort Wine and Food Festival will be held April 23 ¬ 27. The festival will showcase several wines and patrons will

learn how to pair them with food from local, regional and visiting chefs. Events will include wine dinners, cooking demonstrations, seminars, wine tastings and challenges. Patrons must be 21 or older to participate in any of the festival events. To purchase tickets for any of the events, visit www.beaufortwineandfood.com or call (252) 515-0708. 8th Annual White Oak Shores Bluegrass Festival The 8th Annual White Oak Shores Bluegrass Festival will be held April 25 and 26 at White Oak Shores Campground and RC Resort. The festival will feature 20 bluegrass artists performing shows over the two-day festival. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Patrons are encouraged to bring blankets or lounge chairs. Admission is $30 per person at the gate, $25 in advance or $50 for the two days. For more information or to purchase advanced tickets, call (252) 393-3244. ► The Sesame Street USO Experience The Sesame Street USO Experience is coming to The Two Rivers Theater April 26 and 27. Show times for April 26 are 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. and April 27 at 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. The show will feature Katie, a military child on Sesame Street who is moving to a new place. Admission to the show is free for military families. An Easter egg hunt will be held at 10:30 a.m. for children. Prizes will be given away during the mini-show. For more information, call 466-4401. Discover Columbus’ Ships Replicas of Christopher Columbus’ ships, the Niña and Pinta, will be docked in the waterfront at Morehead City April 25 – May 4. The ships will be open for tours from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily. General admission for adults is $8, $7 for seniors ages 60 and up, children between 5 and 16 are $6 and children 4 and younger are free. For more information, call (787) 672-2152. Crystal Coast Earth Day Celebration The third annual Crystal Coast Earth Day Celebration will be held April 27 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Fort Macon State Park. The event will feature hands-on activities, live music, an art contest and more. All activities for the Earth Day event are free. For details, contact Sarah Phillips at sarahp@nccoast.org.

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 Builing. The next Baby Boot Camp is May 7 and 8 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) 7283788. Sleep Hygiene Class The Mental Health Clinic hosts a sleep hygiene class beginning May 2 and running each Friday throughout the 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, lifestyles and environmental factors. Students will understand sleep patterns and 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 April 17 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 466-2016. 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 6654713, 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. Domestic Violence Response Line If you suspect that you or a loved one are a victim of domestic violence, call the Domestic Violence Response Line at (252) 671-0377.

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40th Annual Wooden Boat Show The North Carolina Maritime Museum will host the 40th annual Wooden Boat Show May 3 from 9 a.m – 4 p.m. The free event will feature a variety of small wooden boats, historic vessels, nautical crafts, boat models, traditional skills demonstrations and displays. For more information, call (252) 728-7317 or visit www.ncmaritimemuseums.com.

Marine and Family Programs Marine, Family Programs Office Numbers Building 298 • Library – 466-3552. • Retired Services Office – 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.

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Announcements Antiques Apartments for Rent Appliances Auction Automobile Parts / Sub Autos for Sale Boats & Marine Supplies Building Materials Business Opportunities Business Property Carpool Child Care Computers Condominiums for Sale Farm Equipment Farmers Market Financial Services Freebies Furniture & Household Garage / Yard Sales

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DONALD PHILLIPS HOME IMPROVEMENTS Professional remodeling, repair, Structural, floor & foundation specialist! Metal roofs, kitchens, baths, flooring, painting, tile, water heaters etc. Quality work, warranty. Member BBB. A+ . (252)633-6675

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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

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

Must be a team player and enjoy working with others. Be multi-task proficient and possess good communication skills. Medical knowledge helpful but not required Honest, positive, energetic only need apply. Excellent starting pay plus competitive benefits.

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

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

Bring references and apply in person at 1202 South Glenburnie Road New Bern, NC 28562

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

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

FOREMAN Foreman must have previous experience in managing heavy commercial and industrial electrical projects. Capable of managing crews of 5-30 craftsman. Clean driving record. D.O.D experience preferred. Must pass background check.

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

Must have a minimum of 4 years experience with commercial and industrial applications. Must pass background check. Must have own transportation. Must be willing to work on military reservations.

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

WAREHOUSE JOBS!

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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 handymanquickservice.com

Landscaping

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

Lawn Care

1 - ECU LAWN SERVICES LLC. Specializing in complete lawn care. Install new and maintain flower beds, aeration of lawns, leaf clean-up and pruning. We also install and main sprinkler systems. (252)229-8129 or (252)288-4986

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

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

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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Must be flexible and able to work weekends. APPLY IN PERSON BETWEEN 1PM & 6PM! Holiday Inn Express, New Bern.

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Minimum 2 years experience required in the electrical trade. High School diploma or GED required. Must pass background check. Must have own transportation.

Benefits: Medical insurance, paid vacations and holidays. Pay: DOE

PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON AT: 2131 Wallace Family Rd., Kinston, NC 28501 or Contact Warren Hudson (252)520-7592


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Local Auction Co has Immediate opening for Weekend:

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Cashier Must have cash handling experience, bank teller experience preferred. For both positions, good computer skills required. Must be available on Saturdays. People skills a must! Pay dependent on skills. Call (252) 627-9065 General

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NOW HIRING Part Time & Seasonal Store clerks, Security and Maintenance APPLY IN PERSON AT: 1618 Memory Lane Chocowinity,NC 27817

HOUSEKEEPER McCarthy Court, an independent senior living community, is looking for a full-time housekeeper to join our team. Responsible for cleaning resident apartments and common areas. Experience a plus.

Industrial maintenance mechanic/ supervisor needed. Minimum 5 years verifiable experience. Strong electrical background preferred.

PLEASE MAIL TO: Human Resource, Attn: ASG Department PO Box 15409, New Bern, NC 28561

COME IN & APPLY! 965 East Main Street, Suite 103, Havelock

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for general dental practice. Full Time, xray certified, coronal polishing, computer skills a must. Experience and references required. Reply to: Blindbox 2589 c/o The Sun Journal PO Box 13948 New Bern NC 28562

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Maintenance Coordinator Responsiblity for general maintenance and upkeep of all buildings, grounds and equipment at Don Lee Center. Will work in complete cooperation with the members of the leadership team and demonstrate servant leadership skills to lead staff member and volunteers. Ability to manage the facility needs, personnel coordination, and operation of the maintenance and housekeeping area of this Christian ministry. Year around salaried with benefits. Contact John at 252-249-1106 ext 23 or john@donleecenter.org

APPLY IN PERSON: 1321 McCarthy Blvd.

LOST: MEN’S DIAMOND Ring, Miller’s Landing or El Cerro, West Havelock, on 3/5/14. $150 Reward! (910) 340-6264

“WE’VE GOT COLLECTIONS of Hummels, whole sets of fine china, miniatures, Wades, rod & “reels, pottery, glassware galore, figurines, statues, plates, clocks, cedar chests, bedroom sets, dining room sets, Rattan, Wicker, outdoor sets, bells, chicken & roosters, rockers, insulators, shot glasses, coffee cups, English biscuit jars, punch bowls & cups, pictures galore, Goebel plates & birds, sheet music, movies & music, baseball card collection, frames, doilies & linen & so so much more”! JL Kirkman’s Antique Mall “A short trip across the bridge to Bridgeton”! We purchase “whole estates”! 9 to 6 except Sat. 10-6 No Sundays (252)634-2745 Check Facebook!!

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

1’x12’ FT Fiber Cement lap siding. Reg $13.98, 1/2 price! $6.99!. Discount City Havelock 252-447-1880

4’x7’ FT Fiber Cement Siding. Textured and grooved. Many uses! Lasts & lasts! $12.97 Discount City, 252-447-1880

idX Impression is seeking two energetic individuals who will have a positive impact on the Project Management team at our Washington, NC facility-one in an entry-level position and the other in a mid-to Senior-level position. idX Impressions is part of idX Corporation, the preeminent manufacturer of retail store fixtures.

PROJECT MANAGER The Project Manager has overall responsibility for the successful execution of assigned projects. (The mid-to Senior-level Project Manager will typically be assigned larger, more complex customer accounts and will be assigned multiple accounts with entry-level project assistants in support of the successful execution.) PM responsibilities include customer coordination of design definition, value engineering, prototype, manufacturing, delivery, installation, and on-going customer service. The Sr. PM will provide the leadership/coordination of all activities related to assigned projects while exercising every viable opportunity to procure additional business from assigned accounts.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES INCLUDE: • Procure complete definition for each project and clearly define the customer’s expectations. • Ensure products are engineered to customer specification. • Develop a project timeline for every project, monitor progress and develop corrective actions where needed. • Coordinate with Purchasing Department to ensure on-time/on-budget material procurement. • Participate in prototype development and review process. • Monitor and manage customer inventory, reducing risk of obsolescence. • Provide technical back-up to Sales and Estimating as required. • Visit manufacturing locations to review to new products before primary manufacturing begins.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or business (or equivalent experience) required. • For mid-to Senior-level PM position, minimum of five years experience in a senior project or account manager role in the store fixture industry or related wood products manufacturing industry. • Extensive experience supporting customer initiatives with a proven track record of attaining a high-level of customer satisfaction. • For mid-to Senior-level position, high-level of technical expertise, including the ability to support and enhance new design and value engineering efforts. • For mid-to Senior-level position, a demonstrated understanding of store fixture manufacturing processes is required. • The ability to create and maintain computer spreadsheets is required with an understanding of MRP fundamentals preferred. • Must be able to multi-task and take independent action; must be a problem solver and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills; must be highly organized and have a strong attention to detail.

MAIL RESUME TO: ATTN: Human Resources 234 Springs Road Washington, NC 27889 OR EMAIL: richie.shreves@idximpressions.com idX IMPRESSIONS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER WITH AN EXCELLENT BENEFITS PACKAGE, INCLUDING MEDICAL, DENTAL AND LIFE INSURANCE, 401(K) AND BONUS PROGRAM, AND PAID HOLIDAYS AND VACATION.

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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!

3BR/2.1 Bath Townhouse on the golf course & pond. Brand new heat pump. Great Investment!

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

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3BR/2BA "Move-in Ready" open floor plan home located in Forest Park. New carpet and all kitchen appliances. Ceiling Fans in all rooms. Single car garage has pull down stairs for storage. Convenient location. Home Warranty and MORE!

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

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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.

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"Deerfield. Nice 3 bedroom house near Riverbend area w/no city taxes & easy to maintain. Quiet neighborhood. Carolina Room w/Patio. Vinyl siding and easy maintenance.

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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.

LARGE living spaces in this house located in a wonderful school district makes it a wonderful buy. Spacious kitchen features ample cabinet space, a breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances. Home is beside common area to allow room to play. Bonus room, close to park and well maintained. MLS#93075 Rowland Bowen 252-259-6904

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126 Neuse Harbour Blvd ~ $182,000

305 Rockledge Road ~ $184,900

3000 Brices Creek Road ~ $185,000

Spacious floor plain w/FROG. Fenced backyard. 15 X 11 Sunroom. 3 patio areas. Convenient to Cherry Point.

Great floor plan with family room right off the kitchen to visit with guests while cooking. Bright living area with loads of windows, front and back porches, French Doors in FR and MBR. Landscaped yard w/fruit trees, skylight in bath, storage galore, & well maintained and waiting for a new owner.

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, on 5th fairway of River Bend Golf Club. Just right for you!

Spacious 7 BR / 4 Bath home currently being used as a group home facility. Fenced in large lot w/ 1.15 ac. Close to Croatan National Forest. MLS# 90948 www.tysonhooksrealty.com

MLS#89333 Tina Mills 252-617-5564

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Parker II, new construction. Has finished room on 3rd floor. Dining rm, laundry on 2nd floor, large bonus rm, sitting area in m/bedroom, open country kitchen, sodded yards, on cul-d-sac, backs up to woods. Creekside Elementary School. Seller offering $4,000 incentive using preferred lender and atty.

The "St. Andrews" plan. Large open floor plan with 9' ceilings downstairs. Formal dining with Wainscotting, engineered hardwood in foyer and dining, large kitchen with island and pantry. Loft area could be 4th bedroom. Laundry room with drip dry area, rear fence.

Great home in a great neighborhood minutes from Cherry Point MCAS. Never used gas fireplace accents the large living room. Dining/Kitchen combo with upgraded wood flooring, granite & ss appliances. Private back yard with 6' wood fence and playset! Separate laundry room on 2nd floor. No city taxes!

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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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107 Culpeper Road ~ $205,500

228 Pinewood Drive ~ $209,900

Stately home tucked in the trees on large lot with mature landscaping. Covered front porch and back deck for relaxing outside. Formal entry with pocket doors to living room. Formal dining room with chair rail leads to the kitchen with island work station. Cozy breakfast nook for morning coffee.

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.

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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2315 Brices Creek Road ~ $228,000 3247 Austin Avenue ~ $235,500 "Grand". Large open floor plan. Close Located in Oakview S/D, this one story The to Creekside Elem School, shopping, MCAS home w/FROG features 3 BRs & 2 baths, Cherry Point, and the beach. Master bath hardwood floors, built-in bookshelves & w/garden tub, 5' shower, luxury vinyl tile flooring. 2 gas furnaces split system 13 SEER desks. Beautiful 1/2 acre lot. with two 2.5 ton a/c units. Opt 5th bedroom. MLS#92060 Tina Mills 252-617-5564

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Beautiful 4BR/2.5BA, 2,600hsf. Desirable family friendly waterfront community close to MCAS & New Bern. .47A, Excellent schools, County Taxes only, Hm. Warr.

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

SMALL COMPACT HEATING & COOLING UNITS (Heatpumps). Fits anywhere. 12,000BTU $549. 18,000BTU $699. Discount City Havelock 252-447-1880

4 BEDROOM COLONIAL 1.5 baths, 409 Brown Drive, New Bern. Fenced in yard, dead end street. No pets. $825/month + deposit. Call Stan, Church Real Estate (252)633-6476 or (252)638-1788

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

SMALL COMPACT HEATING & COOLING UNITS (Heatpumps). Fits anywhere. 12,000BTU $549. 18,000BTU $699. Discount City Havelock 252-447-1880

2/2 TOWNHOME Riverbend, backs to golf course. Recently renovated! $795 Vince (315)383-5195

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

SHOWROOM SELL-OFF! ACES HOME STORE

252 U.S. Hwy. 70 West Havelock, NC. All furniture, mattresses & accessories must go! Thursday-Saturday, 9-7. FOR DIRECTIONS, CALL (252)447-7019 WOW BEAUTIFUL PLUSH 1200 THREAD COUNT 4-PIECE SHEET SETS Fitted, flat and 2 pillow cases. Assorted colors. Twin, full, queen, king. One price $39.95. Plaza Superstore Havelock 252-447-0314

BUY A RIDING LAWN MOWER for just $39 per month plus free weedeater. Call (252)447-7019

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

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

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

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH Detached gagrage 512 National Court Dr. New Bern. $49,995. Glenda (252)671-5423

CLEAN LONG LEAF PINE STRAW

HISTORIC 3BR HOME Convenient location in Grantsboro, NC. 1,850 sq. ft. on attractive 2 acre lot. Nice carport. Recent renovations. $109,000 Call (252)745-3996

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

3/1 LARGE GARAGE/WORKSHOP. Central heat/air. $700/mo. 113 Kenneth Blvd., Havelock. (252)637-2040 EXTRA CLEAN 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH Convenient location! $650 month No pets. (252)670-1229

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

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

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

LARGE 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH . 3200 Sq.Ft. home in Trentwoods. No inside pets. $1350/mo. (252)670-1229

Save BIG on a mod or manufactured home visit: www.downeasthomesnc.co m/ 910-298-6111

CLEAN-FURNISHED-NO SMOKING Near Tryon Palace. $125 week & up. (252)249-2200

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

HAVELOCK NC Great location, move in, everything furnished, no deposits, extended stay less than $24 day, next to Food Lion. Hostess House Motel 252-447-3689 PRIVATE FURNISHED ROOM with central heat and air. $120/week and up. New Bern (252)637-2040

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

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

MOBILE HOME LOTS FOR RENT. First 3 months FREE. Also 2/2 available, 55+ Senior discount. Southern Sun IV Mobile Home Park. (252)639-1211

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1804 River Drive ~ $400,000 River life at its best. 4 B/R 3 Baths. Granite, stainless, hardwood, plus more. Awesome views. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#92604 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766

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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

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-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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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.

This house is a designer's delight! Think of your house This warm and inviting "2013 Parade of Homes Winner" opens a dramatic high ceiling rotunda leading into a spacious open with: Palladian windows, plantations shutters, crown to floor plan with hardwood floors and a stacked stone fireplace. and chair rail, tray ceiling, cathedral ceiling, paddle fans, With 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, there is room large walk-in closet, dentil molding, ceramic tile floors, for everyone. Entertain year round in your 3 hardwood floors, pocket door. Gen. Traw season porch surrounded by nature. Lot width with 7 stations. Green House increased by 15' road frontage. MLS#92131 Barry Evans 252-259-5076 MLS#86024 Joyce Costello 252-229-4980

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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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A 4 Bdrm and 3 Bath home on a cul-de-sac in Reedy Creek Investment opportunity in historic New Bern. 4 unit Fabulous House! Large rooms, beautiful natural light Subdivision. On over 1/2 acre lot with fenced backyard. apartment building in walking distance to Tryon Palace. throughout. Huge Frog with full bath. Tray ceilings, apt is 2 BR/1 BA with large living room and comGas heat, gas stove, Corian countertops, wood floors and Each fortable dining room. Nice back deck on each unit and stainless apppliances, beautiful mouldings,electric in large Master Bedroom on the ground floor. Master Bath offstreet parking. Live in one and rent work shop, spacious laundry room and pantry. No City has His/Her sinks,a jetted tub, tiled floor Taxes! Priced below appraisal. other 3 units out with FHA financing. and separate shower. Home Warranty. MLS#90817 Barry Evans 252-259-5076 MLS#91212 Kathleen Fleming 252-671-0456 MLS#92486 Connie Sithens 252-474-4054

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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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1001 Coopers Court ~ $429,500 Exceptional Colonial home in Trent Woods w/ 4 fireplaces, 3 BR's and 2.5 Baths situated on quiet neighborhood on corner lot. Williamsburg designed w/ private and beautiful yard.

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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TOYOTA 1995 4-RUNNER. SUV, loaded, V6, Black, Was $3997 Sale $3497 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

FORD 2001 ZX2 Black, 2 Door, Sport Model, Clean, Low Miles was $3997 Sale $3400 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252447-0314

FORD 2002 TAURUS SES White, Really Dependable, Was $3800, Sale $3400 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

FORD 1994 F150 XLT Extended cab, white, clean, was $3900 Sale $3400 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314

FORD 2003 F-250SD Extended Cab, Great CARFAX, Tow Package was $4997 Sale $3997 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252447-0314

HARLEY-DAVIDSON 2004 FLSTF Softail Fat Boy Garage kept. Too many extras to list. Over 21K invested. 10K miles $11K/best offer! (252)229-4656

FORD 1996 EXPLORER White, Very clean. Looks and Runs Great, Was $2990, Sale $2490 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

2 Bedrooms • $605 3 Bedrooms

CHRYSLER 2006 PT CRUISER Burgundy, Clean, Sharp, Gas Saver was $4995 Sale $3997 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

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

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Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766 Spacious Garage. Home on beautiful wooded lot outside of town

3 BR 2 BA $1100

Mento Real Estate Services, Inc. 252.447.4477

3 BR 2 BA

Recent upgrades inside. Also has an in-law cottage on property.

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$925

TRENT WOODS

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Hardwood floors, appliances & Duke energy

Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766 L TIA EN D I S

107 Jacqueline Drive

3 BR 1 BA

$950

Mento Real Estate Services, Inc. 252.447.4477

Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766

3 BR 2 BA

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4329 Elizabeth Ave.

SURREY DOWNS

$675

202 Nottingham Blvd.

Mento Real Estate Services, Inc. 252.447.4477

$875

Condo

RIVER BEND

Lonnie Pridgen Real Estate 252.637.3115

Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766 IA L NT E D SI RE

2 BR 1 BA

per month

2 Bedroom ~ 1.5 Baths

$750

FAIRLAWN

12 Pillory Cir.

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In Havelock

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

Trent Rd.

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3010 Trent Road

$2650

mo. Professional office kitchen/breakroom plus storage.

McCarthy Square 800 Cardinal Dr.

$4750

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

17 Offices & 5 Bathrooms

10 Offices & 2 Bathrooms

Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766

Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766

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

800 Cardinal Drive~$450,000 Ideal location for medical or other business. 17 Offices/5 Bathrooms/Reception Tyson & Hooks Realty~(252) 633-5766

1425 #7 Glenburnie Rd. ~$65,000

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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

Tyson & Hooks Realty~(252) 633-5766

Call Celia Rolison 252-635-5640

3709 TRENT ROAD/FORMERLY THE “ICE HOUSE” HIGH TRAFFIC LOCATION/GREAT OPPORTUNITY Listed by:Tyson & Hooks 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 & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 .............................................................................................................................. $275,000 3540 ML KING BLVD./.99 AC. NEXT TO BOWLING ALLEY HIGH VOLUME TRAFFIC HIGHWAY Listed by:Tyson & Hooks 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 & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766................................. $5,000 1607 Caracara/Fairfield Harbour ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..................................................... $11,900 1023 Barkentine Drive/FFH Lot w/Pond ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766..........................................$24,900 5919 Santo Domingo Court/Fairfield Harbour ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ................................$39,900 903 Hampton Way/Lakefront/Trent Woods ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766......................................$40,000 3 Old Airport Road ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..........................................................................$54,900 2 Old Airport Road ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..........................................................................$56,900 6102 Cassowary/FairField Harbour Waterfront ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ............................. $175,000 Waterfront Lot/A Street/Bridgeton #2-REDUCED ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 .......................$229,900 Waterfront Lot/A Street/Bridgeton #3-REDUCED ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 .......................$249,900 811 B Street/Bridgeton/Perfect Riverfront Setting ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 .......................... $275,000 128 Johnson Point Road/Neuse River REDUCED ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ......................... $279,000 661-2 Hanes Farm Road/1.85Acres, 160’ on the Trent River ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..................... $599,000 661 Hanes Farm Road/3.5 +/- ac. Trent River ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ............................. $1,250,000 EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

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