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Vol. 72, No. 20

May 15, 2014

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MCAS Cherry Point 2014 Air Show this weekend! See special insert inside for information about this year’s performers, schedule of events and more!

HMH-366 practices vertical lift capabilities LANCE CPL. JOSHUA R. HEINS MCAS CHERRY POINT

Members of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 366 practiced their vertical lift capabilities near Marine Corps Air Station New River March 13. The squadron uses the CH-53E Super Stallion to transport heavy quantities of gear quickly and efficiently. To simulate cargo, the Marines lifted a steel Ibeam. This allowed the pilots to practice maneuvering the aircraft while cargo is attached, dropping off equipment and sustaining the aircraft in a hover in order to attach gear for lifting. “Just like anything with flying, this is a perishable skill,” said Capt. Kyle Kanode, a pilot with the squadron. “It takes hours of practice to effectively handle an aircraft, especially when you are placed in a situation where you need to sustain a hover in less than favorable conditions.” When the pilots face tough conditions, they rely on the communication between the crew chiefs in the back of the aircraft and the helicopter support team on the ground to guide them. “If it wasn’t for our crew chiefs popping their head out and guiding us, it would be nearly impossible to complete the mission quickly and effectively,” said

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Pilots maneuver a CH-53 Super Stallion to practice its vertical lift capabilities near Marine Corps Air Station New River March 13. The Super Stallion belongs to Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 366, which coordinated with Combat Logistic Battalion 24 to conduct practice lifts through the day and night.

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MWSS-271 hones communication abilities DeLorenzo to assume command

of MWHS-2 from Solter LANCE CPL. ANDREA CLEOPATRA DICKERSON MCAS CHERRY POINT

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Staff Sgt. Taylor Austin gives a group of Marines a class on generators and their use in a field environment at Marine Corps Auxiliary Landing Field Bogue May 8. Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 271 were conducting their annual Communication Exercise May 5 – 9.

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Members of Marine Wing Support Squadron 271 conducted their annual Communication Exercise, May 5 – 9 at Marine Corps Auxiliary Landing Field Bogue, N.C. While there, the squadron trained to become efficient in supporting the squadron’s mission of providing aviation ground support assets to 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing and all supporting elements of the Marine Air Control Group. 2nd Marine Aircraft wing is home to more than five different aircraft platforms ranging from fixed-wing to rotary-wing. MWSS-271 ensures ground personnel have the proper equipment to speak with commanders who in turn provide the pilots with information to provide defense capabilities to the ground troops. Communication Marines supported the exercise by creating, maintaining and distributing communica-

tion assets to necessary channels within the chain of command. “The big thing that we are trying to do right now is mesh the data side with my radio side and push their stuff out wirelessly instead of running cables everywhere,” said Sgt. Jacob L. Bennett, a field radio operator with the squadron. Field radio operators, cyber network operators, field wireman and ground communications organizational repairers combined efforts work toward negating the use of wires while operating in close proximity to the flight line, according to Bennett. “Our (communication exercise) is a field exercise designed to get our platoon back to the basics,” said Bennett. “We are out here training Marines in their job since there are no operations for us to support right now besides ourselves.” See MWSS271 page A3

Lt. Col. William R. DeLorenzo is scheduled to assume command of Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2 from Lt. Col. Alan Solter during a ceremony here today. The change of command is a traditional event. The key to the ceremony is the passing of the unit colors. The colors are the commander’s symbol of authority, representing his responsibilities to the organization. The passing of the colors symbolizes the transfer of command responsibility and authority from the old commander to the new. During his tenure, Solter said he did his best to take care of the Marines and Sailors under his charge. He said the unit did a great job of including family members and building unit cohesion by hosting various events ranging from mess nights and family days to field operations. Solter attributed his success as a commanding officer to the hard-charging service members of MWHS-2. “The thing I’m most proud of is the command climate,” he said. “We’ve got great leaders at all levels, from officers and staff noncommissioned officers to noncommissioned officers and junior Marines. They are doing the basic leadership stuff that keeps this place running.” Solter said he enjoyed working with such great Marines and it has been amazing to see how much they accomplished. The former commanding officer plans to retire in September. “It is a bittersweet feeling to leave after two years,” said Solter. “The only advice I could give the new commanding officer is to enjoy every day. It will be finished before you know it.” DeLorenzo comes to the air station from the Pentagon where he served as the desk officer of Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand with Headquarters Marine Corps. He said he is excited to assume command of MWHS-2. “I’m looking forward to becoming a part of the unit,” said DeLorenzo. “I just want to do a good job for the Marines Lt. Col. William R. DeLorenzo and Sailors.” DeLorenzo’s awards include Air Medal with numeral six, the Navy Commendation Medal, and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.

MACG-28 welcomes Sgt. Maj. Grade, bids King farewell LANCE CPL. VICTOR A. ARRIAGA MCAS CHERRY POINT

Marine Air Control Group 28 welcomed a new sergeant major during a relief and appointment ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C. May 9, 2014. Sgt. Maj. Timothy King relinquished his post as MACG-28’s sergeant major to Sgt. Maj. Scott D. Grade. King was assigned as the squadron’s senior enlisted advisor in October, 2012, and has been with the squadron ever since. After 30 years of faithful service to the Corps, King will retire Sept. 1, 2014. “After 30 years of pounding the pavement, it’s time for me to retire,”

said King. During the ceremony, Col. Jeff S. Kojac took the stand to say a few words about King. “There is only one word to describe Sgt. Maj. King and that word is ‘genuine,’” he said. “He has been a great leader and has always been interested and concerned for his Marines.” Grade was previously the sergeant major for Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2 and was selected by Maj. Gen. Robert F. Hedelund, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing’s commanding general and Sgt. Maj. Christopher Robinson, 2nd MAW’s sergeant major, to fill the See MACG28 page A3

Sgt. Maj. Scott D. Grade

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News Briefs Devil Dogs of Comedy Video Contest Marine Corps Community Services will host the 2014 Devil Dogs of Comedy Video Contest presented by www.Leatherneck. com and AXE for all active duty Marines and Sailors, Marine Corps-wide from May 19 – Aug. 22. The contest is intended to foster unit cohesion through a competition that builds teamwork, camaraderie and unit pride. The contest is designed to be an opportunity for Marines and Sailors to take a break from the operational stress of their daily schedules and strengthen units through a comedic video contest that will be judged by their peers and the general public. Videos may include no more than six participants including one official entrant within the group who will complete the official submission. Video submissions must be between 10 and 30 seconds long. All material must be original, appropriate and conform to all standards based on the Marine Corps values and morals. Entries may not identify or reference any other branch of service and may not contain commercial or corporate advertising. Entry may not feature alcohol, tobacco, contraceptives, feminine hygiene products, fireworks, prescription drugs, illegal drugs, paraphernalia, or nutritional supplements. Any video that contains nudity, pornographic or sexual content, hateful, liolent, harmful, obscene or inappropriate content, threats, harassment and intimidation will be disqualified. Participants must abide by all federal, local, state, provincial, national and international laws. All video content must comply with all permits or regulations set forth by local authorities and property owners and required permissions must be obtained for filming. Participants must have no pending adverse legal action or violations under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice. Video submissions will be graded on a criteria of comedic value, originality, creativity and use of teamwork, unit pride and camaraderie. The contest will be administered by the Headquarters Marine Corps, Single Marine Program whose representatives will review all video content before selecting up to 25 entries for public voting. Submissions must be entered no later than June 24, by noon (EST); 9 a.m. (PST); 7 a.m. (HST); 9:30 p.m. (AFT); June 28 at 2:30 a.m. (JST). The winners of the first and second place video submissions will be announced at the “For the Leathernecks III” event at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Aug. 22. The grand prize winners will receive $5,000 towards their unit funds to be used for single Marine events as well as each participant in the winning video receiving a 14” Dell Alienware Laptop Computer. The second place participants will each receive a $100 MCX Gift Card. For contest information or to enter, visit www.leatherneck. com.

The seasons of life LT. CMDR. DAVID SLATER MARINE AIIR CONTROL GROUP 28 COMMAND CHAPLAIN

Spring has finally sprung and it’s about time! I tire quickly of winter and look forward to spring with its promise of warmer weather, life giving rains, and the green sprouts of new life that follow. Spring also reminds me of the old rhymes we use about the seasonal changes of weather. We refer to March as, “In like a lion, out like a lamb” because it’s a month that typically begins with still, chilly winter winds and transitions to more Spring-like temperatures toward the end. Then we say, “April showers bring May flowers” and so it tends to be. The spring rains and warmer temperatures bring the brown grass out of its winter slumber into beautiful shades of green, and the trees bud and blossom to spread out a canopy of shade against the coming summer heat. These weather rhymes intrigue me because, not only are they generally true, but I think also teach us a very important principle for life. Perhaps God, through the very weather patterns He has established, wants us to understand that life is seasonal too and that very often adversity must precede blessing. Think about it, how many falls and failures did we have to endure before we

finally learned to walk? How many skinned hands and knees did we suffer before we mastered riding a bike without training wheels? How often has pain warned us of a health problem and motivated us to go to the doctor for healing? The challenges and trials we overcome are what motivate us to be better and teach us some of the most important lessons of life. If it were not for the difficulties we face, we would never develop the fortitude, backbone, and patient endurance required to achieve meaningful success in our lives, careers, and relationships. Perhaps this is most true in the area of our faith in God. Prosperity and ease make us spiritually lazy and neglectful of our relationship with the Lord. When are we most likely to turn to God, pray more fervently, and search the Scriptures for help? Is it when things are going great or when we’re suffering through a trial of some kind? Sometimes it is only through pain that we are open to receive the grace and help God longs to give us. I love the words of a song written by Laura Story, entitled, “Blessings,” which express this truth about God’s blessings through trials better than I ever could.

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LANCE CPL. JURANDO EMILIANO Job Title: Field Wireman Unit: Marine Wing Support Squadron 271 Age: 20 Hometown: Stafford, Ariz. Date Joined: Aug. 21, 2011 Marine Wing Support Squadron 271 provides a variety of assets to 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing like motor transportation, engineering and communication capabilities. Lance Cpl. Jurado Emiliano, a field wireman with the squadron, provides both the Marines in his parent command’s squadron, and all Marines within his combatant command when deployed, with communication assets. “As a field wireman, I provide and maintain telepathy networks in the field,” said Emiliano. “Telepathy networks are used for all telephones – any calls made in the local area, during field operations and even calls going from base-to-base and even overseas.” While providing communications to a wide variety of people, Emiliano enjoys being able to show people the distance a call can travel and how important it is to have communication assets. “My favorite aspect is showing people the communication capabilities that we have,” said Emiliano. “We have the capabilities of calling home, contacting people’s family and allowing them to keep in touch and make morale calls.” While overseas, morale calls are important to the squadron because they are one of the many ways the squadron pushes through rough deployments. While training or deployed, field wiremen provide the detachment with phones, make numbers and provide all means of communication, according to Emiliano. As Emiliano continues to move forward in his Marine Corps career, he aspires to learn as much as he can pertaining to his military occupational specialty so he can inform his fellow Marines and ensure they have the means to be the best that they can be.

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shoes left by King. “It is a true demonstration to their commitment to this group that they would pick such a leader,” said Kojac. Grade looks forward to working with the Marines of MACG-28. “I am humbled and honored to have been selected as the sergeant major of MACG-28,” said Grade. “Not many people get the opportunity to do this, and at the end of the day, it’s all about working for the Marines.”

Kanode. Before every lift, the pilots land their aircraft to inspect the load, checking the chain links to ensure they are even on both sides so the load flies correctly. While on the ground, the pilots coordinate with the support team to hook up the load during the aircraft’s hover. The Marines on the ground also guide the pilots with hand signals, giving them direction when they are trying to hold a hover just overhead. “Our job as the HST is to support Marines in need through transportation of essential gear,” said Sgt. Quinton O. Hooper, the landing support specialist noncommissioned officer in charge with Combat Logistics Battalion 24. External lifts are important because not all cargo, such as large vehicles or artillery weapons, can fit safely inside an aircraft, according to Hooper. The ability to quickly insert large cargo makes the Marine Corps more effective. “The most dangerous part of the lift is making sure that the 200,000 volts of static electricity generated by the helicopter is grounded,” said Hooper. “Once the rod is in the ground it’s just simple communication between us and the aircrew that gets the gear off the ground.” The vertical lift capability that HMH-366 provides is one of the many roles they can use to support the Corps, according to Kanode. Being able to lift up anything and drop it anywhere increases the expeditionary force of the Marine Corps, which can shape the outcome on the battlefield.

MWSS271 from page A1 While integrating the different military occupational specialties, this also was a time for new Marines to get a sneak-peak of what operations would be like when supporting a mission for 2nd MAW. “The Marines are pushing emails and chat rooms, internal and external telephone use as well as voice communications via radio networks,” said Bennett. “We have long hall communications out here that we are using to talk to Cherry Point right now and we also have our internal stuff, like our tactical nets for the inside.” The training the Marines received prepares them for operations in combat. “When we deployed last year, we didn’t provide all the services. We made sure the services were available,” said Bennett. “Here we control everything. We get the information from higher and then we make our own infrastructure.” While learning the ins-and-outs of their jobs, Marines with the squadron are also enjoying the camaraderie of learning from those senior to them and advancing in their career field. “I think the training is going really well,” said Lance Cpl. Fredrick Glass, a cyber-network operator with the squadron. “With our MOS, it’s about what you have and what you can make it do. Knowing how to manipulate the equipment will make you a better data Marine and more valuable to the mission.”

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MAG-24 max launch provides training for ground, air units

PHOTOS BY: LANCE CPL. MATTHEW BRAGG

Marines with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 367 begin prepping a UH-1Y Huey helicopter for takeoff as two others prepare to land aboard Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Marine Aircraft Group 24 conducted a max launch of 11 total UH-1Y Huey and AH-1W Super Cobra helicopters assigned to HMLA-367 and CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters assigned to Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463 in an effort to increase unit cohesion and camaraderie within the MAG. While HMLA-367 and HMH-463 conducted operations in the air, Marine Wing Support Detachment 24 and Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 were on the ground to provide forward arming and refueling points, giving MAG-24 a chance to work as a whole. After conducting flight operations, the aircraft returned to MCAS Kaneohe Bay and completed their max launch with a flyby over Marine Corps Base Hawaii before landing.

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KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii - Marines and sailors with Marine Aircraft Group 24 conducted a maximum

launch, May 6, flying to the island of Molokai and around Oahu. The MAG launched a total of 11 AH-1W Super Cobra and UH-1Y Huey helicopters assigned to Marine

Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 367 and CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters assigned to Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463. “We created our own enemy sce-

Sgt. Wilton Garcia, an air crew chief with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 367, speaks to the pilots as they circle around Marine Corps Base Hawaii during a max launch. Marine Aircraft Group 24 conducted a max launch of 11 total UH-1Y Huey and AH-1W Super Cobra helicopters assigned to HMLA367 and CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters assigned to Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463 in an effort to increase unit cohesion and camaraderie within the MAG. While HMLA-367 and HMH-463 conducted operations in the air, Marine Wing Support Detachment 24 and Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 were on the ground to provide forward arming and refueling points, giving MAG-24 a chance to work as a whole. After conducting flight operations, the aircraft returned to MCAS Kaneohe Bay and completed their max launch with a flyby over Marine Corps Base Hawaii before landing.

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nario this time around,” said Maj. Jeff Marantette, a future operations officer with MAG-24. “It was created to give the units a bit of a challenge, but to ultimately give them a chance to work as a group and demonstrate their capabilities.” The units were notified of an emergency beacon going off on the island of Molokai, simulating a downed aircraft and pilot, and began prepping their aircraft for takeoff immediately. A Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel team was dispersed with the aircraft to assess the situation and rescue the pilot. The helos dropped off the team and returned to Oahu to continue flight operations during the max launch. “Basically, the scenario was set up to give our TRAP team a chance to simulate an in-theater group,” Marantette explained. “We always have a crew on call, so they have to be prepared to go at any time.” After conducting several flight operations, the aircraft refueled at several forward arming and refueling points manned by Marine Wing Support Detachment 24 and Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24. “We did a FARP rodeo in the past with the Army and were planning to do another one with them at (Marine Corps Training Area Bellows),” said Chief Warrant Officer Adam Miller,

officer in charge of MWSD-24. “The MAG thought it was a great idea and decided to incorporate it into their max launch.” On the ground, Marines worked alongside soldiers with 25th Cavalry, 209th Aviation Support Battalion, to teach them proper procedures to guide incoming aircraft into the fueling stations as well as identifying the appropriate fuel for each type of aircraft. Miller explained how important it is to work together to see how the other operates, because the interservice training and camaraderie is what brings a greater capability to the Pacific. “The mission on the ground is all about training our capability to extend our fuel range,” Miller said. “MAG-24 was pretty used to not having ground support up until two years ago. Since MWSD-24 became part of the MAG, we’ve been really tied into their plan to implement better techniques in training and operations.” After refueling at different FARPs on Oahu, HMLA-367 and HMH-463 flew in a final formation over the runway at MCAS Kaneohe Bay. Every quarter, MAG-24 conducts a max launch utilizing their aircraft to enhance training, unit cohesion and camaraderie between HMLA367, HMH-463, MWSD-24 and MALS-24.


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Cherry Point Marines, Sailors volunteer at Special Olympics

PHOTOS BY L ANCE CPL. GRACE L. WALADKEWICS

Special Olympic athletes and volunteers from Brinson Memorial Elementary School march around the track during the Parade of Athletes at the opening ceremony of the Craven County Special Olympics Spring Games at Grover C. Fields Middle School May 8. The Craven County Special Olympics are in their 32nd year. The purpose of the Special Olympics is to allow people with intellectual disabilities to discover new strengths and abilities, skills and success through the power of sports.

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Marines and Sailors from Cherry Point volunteered to encourage the nearly 250 enthusiastic athletes at the track and field behind Grover C. Middle School as they competed for a chance to race, jump or throw their way to gold at the 32nd annual Craven County Special Olympics Spring Games May 8. Skip Waters, master of ceremonies, greeted athletes, volunteers and Special Olympics supporters for the 32nd year in a row. The Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus presented the colors, the torch was lit and the parade of athletes recited the Special Olympics oath. “Let me win; if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt,” could be heard throughout the crowd as the day’s events began and volunteers escorted athletes to their respective events. “The Special Olympics here is always such a fun day filled with so much enthusiasm and encouragement,” said Waters. “The best part of the day for me is seeing the interaction between the volunteers and the athletes. It is so awesome to have so many people wanting to help bring special needs and the Special Olympics into the spotlight. We want to show that having special needs doesn’t mean restrictions, it means opportunity.” The purpose of the Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-style sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. “Nothing the Special Olympics does would be possible without volunteers,” said Matthew L. Brown, coordinator for the Craven County Special Olympics Spring Games. More than 600 volunteers from across Craven County assisted with escorting each athlete to their various events. Volunteers also assisted with running the events, handing out medals, setting up, breaking down and, most importantly, encouraging and cheering for every athlete, explained Brown. “The fact that this many people are willing to take a day of their own time to encouage these athletes shows the depth of the commitment the community has for this amazing group of people,” said Waters. Brown said the Craven County Special Olympics has always had a Marine and Sailor presence. “The athletes have a fascination with Marines and Sailors,” said Brown. “They know that they fight for them every day, but this is an oportunity for them to get up close and personal with the people they may look up to but don’t always get to see.” The athletes would choose a Marine or Sailor volunteer over ten other volunteers any day, so it is an honor to have them involved in the event, said Brown. “It is important to get involved in the community through events like the Special Olympics, because it allows you to get a different perspective on things,” said Lance Cpl. Matthew Schmucker, an intermediate level avionics maintenance technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 14. “It raises my self-awareness and gives me another reason to want to do well and be a good role model.” All the individual talent and personalities that the participants bring to the event creates an atmosphere of enthusiasm, love and encouragement, said Schmucker. “It brightens up my day to see the participants so excited and eager to push each other,” said Schmucker. “The fact that the athletes show their emotions so openly and encourage each other even when they are competing, is really inspiring. We can learn a lot from them.”

Brianna Pruitt leaps into the sand pit while performing the running long jump at the Craven County Special Olympics Spring Games at Grover C. Fields Middle School May 8. Pruitt is a member of the Vanceboro Farm Life Elementary School Special Olympics team where she performs the running long jump and 50-meter dash.

An athlete receives her medal from a volunteer at the Craven County Special Olympics Spring Games at Grover C. Fields Middle School May 8.

Special Olympics athletes and their volunteers go head-to-head in a wheelchair race at the Craven County Special Olympics Spring Games at Grover C. Fields Middle School May 8.


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New Bern Chamber of Commerce hosts annual Chicken Picking LANCE CPL. UNIQUE B. ROBERTS MARINE CORPS AIR STATION CHERRY POINT

The smell of vinegar and spices saturated the air as cooks from the surrounding community seasoned more than 450 chicken halves and two full pigs weighing in at 110 pounds each. The New Bern Military Alliance, a program with the New Bern Chamber of Commerce, hosted the 2014 Spring Chicken Picking at Cherry Point, May 7. The New Bern Military Alliance’s mission is to create and maintain a relationship between New Bern businesses and Cherry Point through events such as the Chicken Picking. Since March of 2005, the committee has been hosting the Spring Chicken Picking. The event occurs twice a year in May and October and is conducted to thank service members for their dedication and commitment toward protecting the United States and its freedom. “The purpose of the Chicken Picking is to come down and do something nice for the young, single Marines who live on base in the barracks,” said Kevin Roberts, the executive director of the New Bern Chamber of Commerce. Aside from the Chicken Picking, the alliance host events for all demographics of the base, including single Marines, Marines and their families, and deployed spouses from all of the squadrons. The Marines participated in games, listened to music and socialized with one another and the volunteers. “We try to have these business people who are down here cooking and volunteering to mix and mingle with the Marines to find out a little bit about their world and what they do and let them know that we appreciate what they are doing for us,” said Roberts. Just as the volunteers displayed their appreciation for the Marines, the Marines enjoyed the time and effort the alliance contributed to giving them a day of fun in the sun. “I had a fantastic time and really appreciate all the time and effort put into hosting such a wonderful event for us,” said Cpl. Matthew D. Hertzog, an administrative specialist with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron at Cherry Point. “Being able to walk right out of work and step into a fun event with free food is such a blessing – to go from stressed out and exhausted to happy and relaxed is an amazing feeling.” Although it was Hertzog’s first time attending the event he recommended that the attendance of all Marines should be highly encouraged because it provides the Marines with an opportunity to build camaraderie with their unit and units all over the base. “In my opinion, these (events) should never be mandatory because ‘mandatory fun’ takes all the fun out of it ,” said Hertzog. “As young single Marines, it is a great way to enjoy yourself while not spending money as well as a great way to get to know your chain of command.” Aside from the Spring Chicken Picking, the alliance has events every month for military members and their families such as the Military Family of the Quarter, the Commanding Officer’s Christmas Reception and a deployed spouse’s event. For more information on the upcoming events, contact the Community Plans and Liaison Office at (252) 466-4196 or contact the New Bern Military Alliance Committee.

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Lt. Col. Alan Solter, commanding officer of Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2, enjoys a piece of chicken behind the barracks here during an even hosted by the New Bern Military Alliance May 7. The 2014 Spring Chicken Picking is one of the many events sponsored by the organization aimed at fostering camaraderie between service members and their families.

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Marines play Corn Hole during the 2014 Spring Chicken Picking here May 7. During the event, Marines enjoyed music, played games and ate a variety of different seasoned chicken prepared by members of the New Bern Military Alliance and volunteers. This is one of two chicken pickings held annually to show appreciation for the Marine’s service to their country.

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Ms. Nancy Alexander glazes a piece of chicken as she serves it to a Marine during the 2014 Spring Chicken Picking here May 7. Members of the New Bern Military Alliance and volunteers prepared more than 400 chicken halves and two pigs for Marines during the feast. The alliance is an organization with the New Bern Chamber of Commerce who prides themselves in creating and maintaining relationships with service members and New Bern business owners.

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Race: Sprint All-Star Race Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway When: Saturday, 9 p.m. (ET) TV: FOX Sports 1 2013 Winner: Jimmie Johnson (right)

Race: Get to Know Newton 250 Where: Iowa Speedway When: Sunday, 2 p.m. (ET) TV: ESPN 2013 Winner: Trevor Bayne

Race: NC Education Lottery 200 Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway When: Friday, 8:30 p.m. (ET) TV: FOX Sports 1 2013 Winner: Kyle Busch

Jeff Gordon claims his first victory of 2014 at Kansas Speedway, is now third on all-time win list

5-hour Energy 400 slowed eight times for cautions and wrecks

SPRINT CUP STANDINGS Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images for NASCAR

1. Jeff Gordon, 394

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The 5-Hour Energy 400 was slowed eight times for caution flags brought out by spins or crashes. Most were relatively minor incidents, but a Lap 187 multicar crash saw David Gilliland’s Ford bounce off Justin Allgaier’s Chevrolet and slam hard into the outside David Gilliland’s car was destroyed at Kansas in a crash wall. on lap 187. Gilliland’s car was destroyed, but he was able to walk away. “Just a little sore, obviously,” he said as he walked from the track’s infield care center. “That is one of the hardest hits I have had in a while. Hopefully, it will be the hardest one for a while to come, too. I am fine though; just ready to get on with it.” Justin Allgaier spun out at Kansas, collecting other cars.

2. Matt Kenseth, 379 3. Kyle Busch, 373 4. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 368 5. Carl Edwards, 367 6. Joey Logano, 346 7. Jimmie Johnson, 340 8. Ryan Newman, 332 9. Greg Biffle, 328 10. Brian Vickers, 327

Harold Hinson for Chevrolet

“I think we can get to 89, because we did it [Saturday], and the next one on the list is 90,” he said. “All I can tell you is the kind of race cars and race team that I have this year tells me that we can get more wins. And if we can keep running like this, I want to keep driving and keep winning.” But, as he pointed out, winning Cup races is extremely difficult in today’s competitive environment. “As good as we’ve been this year, they’ve also not come easy,” he said. “We’ve had some slip through our fingers, and [Saturday] went our way, and we got 89. To me, I’ve never thought [105] was attainable, Jeff Gordon went to Victory Lane for the first and until we get within a couple, I still am just focused on getting time in 2014 at Kansas Speedway. as many as I can.” On the short-term side, the Kansas win essentially assures Gordon — the current points leader — a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. And he’s maintained for years that he’d like a Chase-era championship on his resume to go along with the four he won when the series was known as Winston Cup and the title was based on a season-long points formula. And he said his latest win gives him encouragement that it could happen this Gordon gives the crowd at Kansas year. Speedway a celebratory burnout. “Nothing makes me more proud than when it’s all on the line and you get the of the weekend at Kansas, winning the lead and you’ve got to hold off somepole and leading a race-high 119 laps. body like Harvick, and you get it done,” But Gordon beat him out of the pits on he said. “It might have been by inches, the final stop and held him at bay when but we got it done because that’s what it counted. builds momentum; that’s what builds a “[Harvick] was strong, and he was great race team and turns you not only coming,” Gordon said. “He was so strong into a winning team, but — hopefully — on the top side of [Turns] 3 and 4, I’m a championship team.” not sure I could have held him off much Harvick had the dominant car for most longer.”

Kansas Speedway has yet to see a local winner

Harold Hinson for Chevrolet

At this point in Jeff Gordon’s career, with retirement somewhere in the nottoo-distant future, it’s hard to tell whether the bigger story of a race victory is its short-term implication, or its place in the history books. Gordon got his first win of 2014 — his third at Kansas Speedway and the 89th of his Sprint Cup career — by holding off a fast-closing Kevin Harvick at the finish of Saturday’s 5-Hour Energy 400 at Kansas Speedway. Gordon, 42, said in Victory Lane that he felt “25 again,” and judging by his level of excitement, he wasn’t exaggerating, as he explained in his post-race winner’s interview. “I say that because the race cars that I’ve been driving are just making it a lot of fun,” he said. “I just feel so competitive out there, and that makes me feel young again. “I just see how hard these [crew] guys are working. It’s making me work harder. I’ve been really working harder on my fitness, which I think is helping me mentally and physically be more prepared out there.” He didn’t give any specifics, but he didn’t indicate that his retirement was imminent. “The whole retirement thing, I think, is thrown out there too much, and I’m probably somewhat to blame,” he said. “But there’s no secret — I’m going to be 43 this year. But, man, if 43 is like this, I can’t wait for 50. This is all right. I’m having a good time. That’s why I feel young — because I’m just having a great time.” Gordon is third on NASCAR’s all-time win list, behind Richard Petty, who has 200 wins, and David Pearson, with 105. He has no chance to catch Petty, but he could catch Pearson. Gordon said he’s not sure he can win that many more races, but he thinks he can get closer.

NOTEBOOK Since the track opened in 2001, Kansas Speedway has yet to have a local winner. Of the two locals in the field, Carl Edwards, from Columbia, Mo., came the closest on Saturday night, finishing sixth in the 5-Hour Energy 400. “That wasn’t what we were looking for,” he said in his post-race comments. “We needed one more restart. I found a little of the line up top. [Crew chief Jimmy Fennig] did a great job with our Aflac Fusion. He made some big adjustments. Our strategy didn’t work the first half. The second half, it was good, though.” The other local driver — Clint Bowyer, from Emporia, Kan. — finished a disappointing 23rd after spinning early in the race. “Well, that was disappointing, and certainly not how I wanted to finish the race at my home track,” he said. “We just couldn’t seem to get the handling right tonight on our No. 15 Cherry 5-hour Energy Toyota. Just a disappointing end to a great week.”

Joe Gibbs stars don’t sparkle at Kansas It wasn’t much of a surprise that Kyle Busch finished 15th at his worst track — Kansas Speedway — but his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin didn’t exactly sparkle, either. Kenseth finished 10th, and Denny Hamlin — the winner a week ago at Talladega Superspeedway — was 18th. It was another disappointing outing on a 1.5mile track for the Gibbs trio. “We’ve got to get better, just as an organization,” Hamlin said. “We’re just miles off. We’re half a second off — in practice, qualifying and then the race. It’s frustrating.” Even though he’s never had a top-5 finish at Kansas in Sprint Cup, Kyle Busch has had success in other series. He has one Nationwide win in nine Kansas starts, and on Friday night, in his third Camping World Truck Series start at Kansas, he won the pole and the race. He did it in dominant fashion — leading 104 of 167 laps of the SFP 250 — including the final 22. The win also made Busch’s crew chief, Eric Phillips, the all-time Truck Series winner, with 29 race victories.

Wilbur Rakestraw dead at 85 In the early years of stock car racing, Wilbur Rakestraw of Dallas, Ga., was one of the stars of the Atlanta-area tracks like Lakewood Speedway and the Dallas Speed Bowl. He also was wellknown on the NASCAR circuit now known as Sprint Cup and on NASCAR’s old Convertible Series. Rakestraw, who died May 7 at age 85, was among the drivers who made the transition from the old beach course at Daytona to the 2.5-mile Daytona International Speedway. He ran the first three Daytona 500s as well as the first race at the track now known at Atlanta Motor Speedway, finishing 11th. Rakestraw ran 30 points-paying races in the Cup Series and 11 in Convertibles. But his best performance came in a non-points event at Daytona International Speedway in 1961, in which he finished second to Junior Johnson and just ahead of Fred Lorenzen. Unlike drivers of today, who travel to races by jet, Rakestraw drove himself back and forth to the tracks. Johnny Clark, the dean of Atlanta-area racing announcers, likes to tell the story of riding the school bus driven by Rakestraw on the morning after a Daytona 500. “I’ll never forget his hands,” Clark said. “They were blistered and bloodied from wrestling that big old car for 500 miles.” NASCAR Hall of Fame member Glen Wood counted Rakestraw among his friends. Both are known for their loyalty to Ford Motor Co., and Rakestraw’s early race cars were numbered 999, the same as a 1903 Ford car driven by Barney Oldfield that topped 60 miles per hour at the Indiana Fairgrounds. “He was a great guy and a good driver. He just didn’t run that much,” Wood said. Rakestraw’s driving career was cut short by a lack of sufficient funding, as he explained in a 2008 interview. “I was considered a very good race driver,” he said. “A lot of my friends hated to see me get out of it. “If not for financial problems, I’d have been there until I got too old. I enjoyed it as much as anybody could.”

NUMERICALLY SPEAKING

Danica Patrick has career-best run at Kansas Speedway; finishes seventh in 5-hour Energy 400

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Danica Patrick had what many consider her career-best run in NASCAR at Kansas Speedway, from her ninth-place performance in knockout qualifying on Friday to her career-best seventh-place finish on Saturday night. On Saturday, she ran with the leader for most of the race, and was as high as third place at one point. She got there — not through pit strategy, but by passing some of the sport’s best drivers. And she did it at a track that is much tougher to drive than Daytona International Speedway, where she won the pole and finished eighth last year. Among those who noticed were race winner Jeff Gordon and runner-up Kevin Harvick, who have been coaching Patrick on the finer points of Sprint Cup racing. “She was very impressive,” Gordon said. “One time I started on the outside of her, and I drove down into [Turn] 1, and she left me, and then she about passed the two cars ahead of us going into 3. “It was pretty obvious she was feeling comfortable, had a fast race car. She started behind me on another restart, and I had to, like, hold her off. I mean, she was aggressive — real aggressive.” Harvick said he’s been trying to share with Patrick, his teammate at Stewart-Haas Racing, some of the things he’s learned over the years. “There are a lot of hurdles to overcome for her to make up that [lack of] experience,” he said. “I feel like we can help her speed that process up by just telling her some of the things that she should expect and do. “As she went through the weekend, she kept her track position on the restarts. That’s probably the biggest thing. But I guess the one thing I did tell her was just to quit thinking about it and smash the gas. Sometimes your car is never going to be perfect, and you just have to take what it’ll give you and expect that every time you pit, it’s going to be better, and if it’s not, you adjust and move on.” Patrick was understandably proud of her performance.

Danica Patrick, in the No. 10 GoDaddy Chevrolet, ran with the leaders for most of the race, and was as high as third place at one point. “Honestly, the most rewarding part of my night was probably when I drove around the outside of the No. 48 on a restart,” she said. “That was probably my most rewarding thing of the night. I say that with all the respect in the world. It’s a big deal, because he is Jimmie Johnson. Aside from that, I was really just overall proud that we stayed up front all day. That was the biggest thing.” Patrick’s crew chief, Tony Gibson, also had praise for his driver. “That was one heck of a run by her,” he said. “She drove a really smart, solid race. I know that we got pretty excited with some of the moves she was making when she was passing guys on the outside. “It was just fun to watch.”

Laps led by Kyle Busch in the past nine Sprint All-Star races at Charlotte, the most of any driver. And he’s only run eight of them.

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Fastest laps run by Jimmie Johnson in the past nine All-Star races, tops among all drivers.

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Laps led this season by Kevin Harvick — tops among all drivers.

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Green-flag passes this season by Ricky Stenhouse Jr., the most of any Sprint Cup driver.


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Marines train to land Osprey in rough terrain

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Lance Cpl. Branden I. Mangus, sits on the ramp of an MV-22B Osprey tiltrotor aircraft May 6 during routine flight operations. The Osprey flew from Marine Corps Air Station Futenma to Kadena Air Base while conducting confined aerial landings and flight instrument training. Mangus is a tiltrotor crew chief with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265, Marine Aircraft Group 36, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force.

Capt. Ivan C. Morin, pilots an MV-22B Osprey tiltrotor aircraft May 6 from Marine Corps Air Station Futenma to Kadena Air Base during routine training. Morin executed confined aerial landings and flight instrument training, which facilitates safety during low visibility flying. Morin is a pilot with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265, Marine Aircraft Group 36, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force.

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Marines with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265, Marine Aircraft Group 36, executed confined aerial landings and flight instrument train-

ing May 6 on Kadena Air Base and Marine Corps Air Station Futenma. The squadron is with MAG-36, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force. Confined aerial landings and flight

instrument training are some of the most important skills that an MV22B Osprey tiltrotor aircraft crew must master, according to Lance Cpl. Branden I. Mangus, a tiltrotor crew chief with the squadron. Confined

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Lance Cpl. Steven E. Martinez, far right, runs to board an MV-22B Osprey tiltrotor aircraft May 6 at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma. The Osprey’s crew executed confined aerial landings and flight instrument training throughout the day. Martinez is a tiltrotor crew chief with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265, Marine Aircraft Group 36, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force.

aerial landings give the crew experience with landing in unfamiliar or limited-space landing zones. During flight instrument training, pilots fly using only their instruments and directions given by air traffic control towers. The training ensures the crew’s takeoff and landing procedures remain efficient even during inclement weather, when visibility may be limited. After arriving at KAB, the crew executed five confined aerial landings and one instrument pattern, and then flew back to MCAS Futenma to perform two more landings on the runway. “Confined aerial landings helped us when we went to Australia last year because we practiced over and over,” said Mangus. “That helped us land in zones that we weren’t used to.” This training is conducted frequently to give the crew the skills needed to operate in any environment, according to Mangus. VMM265 flies four to five days a week and

conducts various training exercises, and confined aerial landings are highly prioritized. “Whenever we have an opportunity to do some of our own training, we’re doing confined aerial landings,” said Capt. Ivan C. Morin, an Osprey pilot with the squadron. The crew recently put this training to use when VMM-265 was attached to the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit. “We happened to be in the vicinity of the ferry that sunk (near the Republic of Korea), so we did some search and rescue,” said Morin. The training enhanced the crew’s ability to react quickly, giving them the confidence to handle difficult situations efficiently, according to Morin. “Landing is the most critical phase of flight,” said Morin. “When we need to land, whether it’s to drop off troops or cargo, we want to get it right the first time.”

26th MEU Gamecocks strut their stuff LANCE CPL. JOSHUA BROWN 26TH MARINE EXPEDITIONARY UNIT

MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - It isn’t major league sports. It isn’t semiprofessional. It isn’t baseball, but as the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) Gamecocks softball coach, Staff Sgt. Tyler M. Duffey, put it “It’s the next best thing.” The Marine Corps offers a variety of intramural sports at different installations across the country. Some Marines assigned to the 26th MEU are actively involved in the intramural softball league aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune which helps exercise a number of Marine Corps traits and allows them to capitalize on the benefits of playing sports during off-duty hours. “It’s fun for me and the Marines,” said Duffey. “It takes your mind away from work and is definitely a stress reliever.” Playing for the team is voluntary, but it is encouraged that Marines and sailors assigned to the MEU participate to take advantage of the off-duty opportunity, get involved in an athletic program, and compliment unit camaraderie. “Winning is the goal, but teamwork comes

first,” said Duffey. “On the field we’re on equal ground and working as a team takes priority over rank.” The team is comprised of Marines and Sailors of varying ranks and occupational specialties. The positions and hierarchy of the team is not determined by rank, rather it is determined by the skills and proficiencies of the players and their experience in the sport. “You see Marines outside the office and their competitive personalities come out,” said Duffey. “It shows them in a different light when you see them striving for success in a non-work environment.” The team’s current goal is to make the league playoffs and recover from their current record of 1-6. Cpl. Seth D. Lowery, a 26th MEU Gamecock, said, “We’re relying on each other to get better and pull through.” Lowery said Duffey takes a professional approach to coaching and reminds him of the coaches he had during his time in little league. “One time staff sergeant told me ‘out here I’m not your staff sergeant, I’m your coach,’” said Lowery. “We’re encouraged to help each other and we give advice with tact and respect

PHOTO BY LANCE CPL. JOSHUA BROWN

Marines on the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) softball team, the “Gamecocks,” and 2nd Marine Special Operations Battalion softball team, the “Raiders,” congratulate each other after the game to demonstrate sportsmansip aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., May 1, 2014. Marines assigned to the 26th MEU play softball during non-working hours to exercise their ability to work as a team, demonstrate unit pride, and relax.

no matter the rank.” With their current record, the Gamecocks have to win all of their remaining games to have a chance at making the league playoffs. After their game last Thursday, Duffey said that it isn’t impossible, but they need to work on the fundamentals and continue to improve on

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Local families attend the 2014 Duffyfield Unity Family Festival May 10 at the George Street and Kafer Street Park in New Bern. Duffest is a festival hosted by the Duffyfield Residents’ Council every year to encourage unity and partnership with local businesses.

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The scent of festival foods, smiling faces and laughter filled the streets of the greater Duffyfield community. The time had come again for the locals to gather and celebrate their heritage and progress within the African–American community. The Greater Duffyfield Residents Council hosted the 13th Annual Greater Duffyfield Unity Family Festival, also known as DUFFEST, May 10 at George Street Park and Kafer Parks in New Bern. The residents’ council is an organization of local citizens, faithbased institutions, youth, businesses and public agencies that strive to improve, maintain and promote the Duffyfield community. The purpose of the festival is to bring families and the community together to celebrate what makes the Duffyfield area a place that honors and cherishes its heritage.

This year’s festival included more than 12 performers from the local community like Mandee “Starchild” Melendez, Kingdom King and special performer Alonzo “Turf” Jones from the popular television show America’s Got Talent. The performers welcomed the participants to sing, dance and celebrate with them during another year of DUFFEST. In addition to the performers, vendors and exhibitors from the surrounding community came to participate and offer the residents tools to leading a successful life. Exhibitors included, Craven Community College representatives, the New Bern Historical Society and the New Bern Police Department. As if the performer and vendors weren’t enough, participants were given an opportunity to ride horses, get their faces painted and socialize with each other. Food from local organizations and businesses within the community was available for festival attendees to enjoy. Some of the

foods the attendees ate ranged from the tradition funnel cake to pizza created by Little Caesars’. This is a time for everyone to mingle and learn something different about themselves and the duffyfield community, according to Sue Steinhauser, the community development coordinator for the city of New Bern. Steinhauser has attended multiple DUFFESTs in the past. She said the number of attendee’s increases and the festival is better year after year. Just like Steinhauser, many residents within the community attend the festival almost regularly, and enjoy attending each time they come. “I really enjoyed myself this year,” said Diamond Nicodemus, a local resident of the Duffyfield community. “The kids loved the horse ride, they ate all kinds of food and not once did they complain about being bored, which is seldom.”

Members of the Duffyfield community dance and sing with local musical artist at George Street Park in New Bern May 10, during the 13th Annual Duffyfield Unity Family Festival.

A local Duffyfield community member rides a horse during the 2014 Duffyfield Unity Family Festival May 10 at the George Street Park in New Bern. The Residents’ Council of Duffyfield hosted DUFFEST in hopes of fostering community pride and remembering the heritage of the Duffyfield community.

A local volunteer from New Bern paints a bird on a Duffyfield community member’s hand during the Duffyfield Unity Family Festival May 10 at the George Street and Kafer Street Park. During the festival, more than 25 vendors and exhibitors sold food, games and merchandise.


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Spouses with the Officersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Spousesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Club assisted in hosting the local Craft Show and Yard Sale at the Two Rivers Theater May 10 at Cherry Point. More than 10 craft vendors displayed their creations, which ranged from flags and jewelry to food and baby clothes. This event marked the second year the craft show has been at MCAS Cherry Point. All proceeds for the event will be used as funding support for local businesses and scholarships for military dependents.

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Hot days, long nights and a lot of fun is usually associated with the summer, and in the Marine Corps you can expect an influx of motorcycle riders putting rubber to the roads. With the fun level steadily rising as each month passes, motorcycle riders have to take extra precautions to ensure their safety during this prime time. May is National Motorcycle Awareness Month and the Marine Corps urges motorcycle riders to be defensive and take necessary steps to avoid mishaps on the road. To ensure the safety of the rider and the general public, Marines are required to take a Basic Riders Course which is targeted to teach the fundamentals of motorcycle riding like breaking and low speed maneuvering. BRC is a class new riders should take before they purchase a bike, according to Master Sgt. Daniel A. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connell, the Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron motorcycle representative. Marines also have to take the Experienced Riders Course or the Military Sport Bike Riders Course within 120 days of completing the BRC. ERC and MSRC are courses designed to allow Marines to understand their capabilities and build their confidence as riders. The courses are controlled environments that allow riders to experience real world scenarios and become familiar with their limits. The courses are mandatory because operating a motorcycle and applying the knowledge learned from these courses are essential to riding safely.

Self-awareness is key when driving defensively, according to Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connell. Maturity and experience being on the road can decrease the number of mishaps. Motorcycle riders also have to remain aware of the weather and the clothes that they wear. While the weather is hot and humid, motorcycle riders are urged to dress lightly to reduce the rate of heat casualties. According to Marine Corps Order P1020.34G, chapt. 1-4, while on a motorcycle, the proper personal protective equipment must be worn at all times. The equipment includes a properly fastened protective helmet that meets the standards of the Department of Transportation, impact or shatter resistant goggles or a face shield attached to the helmet, hard-soled shoes with heels, a properly worn log sleeve shirt, long legged trousers and five-fingered gloves. MARADMINS provide Marines with the valuable knowledge regarding a specific subject. Marines also have resources within the Marine Corps such as their local unit motorcycle representatives and motorcycle clubs to gain knowledge and experience. Motorcycle clubs are organized to identify and mentor young or inexperienced riders, improve riding skills and foster respectful riding through club rides and club sponsored â&#x20AC;&#x153;track daysâ&#x20AC;? or other events, according to MARADMIN 455/08. Although the summer is prime time for excitement, Marines should ensure their safety is their number one priority. For more information on motorcycle safety, riding guidelines and requirements visit http://www.mcieast.amrines.mil/staffoffices/safety/traffic/ motorcycle.aspx or contact your local base safety office.


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The event will have food, games and local educational exhibits for patrons to enjoy. Crystal Coast Boat Show Vendors will be on site to exhibit their services that are available The 7th annual Crystal Coast Boat Show will be held on the wa- to military members. terfront at Morehead City from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. May 17, and from For more information, call (800) 767-1560. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. May 18. The show is free and open to the public. ► 2nd MAW Band in concert The event will feature both new and used boats, as well as The 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Band will perform live in concert showcase a variety of marine products, services and outdoor gear. at the Two Rivers Theater at 7 p.m. June 10. A vintage car show and art event will also take place at the show. Doors to the free concert will open at 6 p.m. and base access will Vendors will be at the event selling food and beverages. open at the Roosevelt Blvd. gate for community members planning Entertainment will be provided at Jaycee Park throughout the to attend. two-day show. The event will feature the band performing the music of Percy For more information, call (252) 808-0440 or visit www.crys- Grainger, Ron Nelson, John Philip Sousa and Eric Whitacre. talcoastboatshow.com. Concessions will be available inside the theater. For more information, call Sgt. Corbin Gonzalez at (252) 466Swansboro Rotary King Mackerel Bluewater Tournament 2330. The town of Swansboro will host the 34th annual Swansboro Rotary Club’s Bluewater Tournament May 24 – 26. Swansboro Arts by the Sea Festival The event has a 50-boat participation maximum. Winners will The town of Swansboro will host the annual Swansboro Arts receive cash and prizes for a variety of categories. by the Sea Festival beginning at 9 a.m. June 14 downtown on the For more information or to register, call (910) 326-3474. waterfront. The free festival will feature arts, crafts, food, wine tastings, Take the Troops Fishing entertainment and activities suitable for all ages. The Take the Troops Fishing military appreciation event will Vendors will display and sell original pottery, jewelry, paintings, be held at Morehead City from noon – 10 p.m. May 30, and from carvings, sculptures, stained glass and more. 4:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. May 31 at Jaycee Park and the Morehead City For more information, call (910) 326-7370 or visit www.swansTrain Depot. borofestivals.com. The event is open to all active duty, guard and reservists. The event is being held to show appreciation for service members ► Fly-In and promote Morehead City waters as a boating and fishing The Eastern Carolina Aviation Heritage Foundation will present destination. the Fourth Annual Fly-In Movie and Family Night from 5 – 8:30 Fishing trips, various family oriented activities and food are p.m. June 13 at the Havelock Tourist and Event Center. scheduled for the appreciation event. The free event will feature an interactive booth with demonstraFor more information, vitit http://bit.ly/1fN4zZw. tions. Participants will learn about weather, aerodynamics and engiJunior Ranger Day neering. Junior Ranger Day will be held at Fort Macon State Park at 1 A showing of Disney’s “Planes” will be begin at 7 p.m. p.m. June 5. Photos with pilots and crew gear will be taken throughout the Participants will complete a Junior Rangers booklet by partici- event. Food concessions will be available. pating in a variety of nature and historic programs Lawn chairs and blankets are permitted. Children must be between ages 6 – 12 to attend and must be For more information, call the Havelock Tourist & Event Center accompanied by a parent for the duration of the event. (252) 444-4348. At the completion of the event, participants will see a live firing of a cannon and those who successfully complete the Junior Ranger ► Maritime Day booklet will be awarded an embroidered patch. The North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort will host Registration is required. Maritime Day from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. June 14 in the museum’s anFor more information or to register, call (252) 726-3775. nex. A fleet of traditional wooden boats will be on display. Fishing, Military Appreciation Day games entertainment and a family oriented picnic will be held Hammocks Beach State Park will host a Military Appreciation along the Gallants Channel. Day June 7 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The free event is open to the public. A free ferry ride to Bear Island will be offered for all military For more information call the Friends of the North Carolina Marfamilies. itime Museum at (252) 728-1638 or visit http://bit.ly/SUxctV.

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.

Wednesday and Friday. Wednesday classes are from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. and Friday classes are from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Individual classes are available upon request for your convenience. For more information call (252)4660277.

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 466-0107 or 4660500.

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 June 4 and 5 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.

Domestic Violence Support Active Duty Weight Management Support groups for victims of domesNaval Health Clinic Cherry Point tic violence are provided by the Carteret hosts an Active Duty Weight Management class every Thursday. County Domestic Violence Program. Classes are from 10 – 11:30 a.m. Meetings take place Wednesdays at 6 For information, call 466-0277. p.m. For information, call (252) 728-3788. Welcome Aboard Expo Cherry Point hosts a Welcome Aboard Sleep Class The Mental Health Clinic hosts a sleep Expo each month at Miller’s Landing. The expo is open to new Marines, Sailhygiene class beginning Friday and runStop Smoking and Dipping ning each Friday throughout the month, ors, employees and spouses. The next Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point hosts beginning at 8 a.m. expo is May 21 from 9 – 11:30 a.m. Stop Smoking and Dipping classes every The class is open to service members

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Individuals or organizations Someone recording or monitoring planning activities. terrorism will attempt to measure This may include the use of cameras (either capabilities of note security apparatus. This can still or video), taking, drawing diagrams, include measuring times to security annotating on maps reaction or using binoculars or other breaches, attempts to penetrate security or vision-enhancing devices. monitoring procedures to assess strengths and weaknesses of security.

If you observe suspicious activities, call Cherry If you observe suspicious activities, call Cherry Point Emergency Dispatch at 466-3616 or report it online Point Emergency Dispatch at 466-3616 or report it at USMCEagleEyes.org. online at USMCEagleEyes.org.

Hotlines 2nd MAW Command Inspector General 466-5038 Station Inspector 466-3449

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. Fraud, Waste and Abuse If you know of or suspect any fraud, waste or abuse aboard FRC East personnel call 464-8333. DLA personnel call 466-4083. MCAS Cherry Point, call 466-2016. Suicide/Stress To talk to someone at the National Suicide Hotline, call 1800-273-8255. To seek confidential counseling with personal battles, call the DSTRESS line at 1-877-476-7734.

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.

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. School Liaison Officer – 466-7648 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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We will find good quality people who are interested in: 1. FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT 2. BENEFITS FOR YOUR FAMILY 3. WORKING FOR A SOLID, REPUTABLE COMPANY 4. ABOVE AVERAGE PAY We are accepting applications for an “inside sales” person with the ability to advance, as well as an CDL Driver whom has experience with boom trucks and piggy back operation. If you do drugs, do not waste your time or ours. You will be drug tested. Please come by Guy C. Lee Building Materials, located on Hwy 17 by River Bend during business hours. M-T 7-4 F 7-2, or call Donald or Cory @ 252-634-0001

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Management Analyst Sierra Management and TechnologiesLocation: Havelock, NCPosition: Management Analyst ESSENTIAL DUTIES

AND RESPONSIBILITIES Performs development and updates to user documentation. Develops course curriculum/training aids. Assists in requirements analysis, feasibility studies, systems design, and systems evaluation. Applies general knowledge of the management functions, processes, and analytical methods or techniques to gather, analyze, and evaluate information required by Senior Management Analyst or project managers and customers. Experience includes assisting in drawing conclusions and devising solutions to problems relating to improvement of management effectiveness, organizational structure, work methods and procedures efficiency, and resource management, utilization or control. Experience in assisting in the development and maintenance of program or project milestones, progress monitoring, acquisition, quality control, maintenance, or training documentation. Other duties may be assigned. **ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE VIA WWW.SIERRAMGT.COM**

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Resort Property Rent Roommates / Shared Living Rooms for Rent RV Sales / Rentals Self Employment Sport Utility Vehicles Sporting Goods Statewides Storage Rentals Stores / Offices for Rent / Sale

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FURNITURE SALES/DESIGNER Professional, self-motivated, experienced only. APPLY IN PERSON AT: Wells Wayside Furniture Hwy. 70W. Havelock, NC

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Route Sales Delivery Driver. Deliver various types of industrial gas and welding supplies to surrounding area. Must be able to roll cylinders off truck into customer locations. M-F work week. Good pay and benefits. Must have good work and driving record. Also must have clean criminal record. Class B CDL required, Haz Mat endorsement preferred.

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

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

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RN or LPN to work Full-time on our 3-11 shift. Part Time on our 11-7 shift only. Excellent benefits for full time employees and an excellent shift differential for our 11-7 shifts.

APPLY IN PERSON AT: 290 Keel Rd. Grantsboro, NC AAE/EOE

HOSTESS HOUSE HOTEL New Manager, New Attitude! Even lower rates! Call 252-447-3689 for reservations!

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MEDICAL ASSISTANTCLINICAL TRIALS Eastern Nephrology Associates, LLP is the area’s largest, private medical practice specializing in diseases and disorders of the kidney. Our New Bern location is currently looking for a Medical assistant to be trained in conducting Clinical Trials. Medical Assistant certification preferred with at least 1 year of experience. Will be required to assist physicians with physical exams, make appointments, perform lab draws, process labs, arrange referrals, and must have computer experience. Must be able to pass required trainings and perform all duties as required per clinical trial.

High volume, multi-specialty clinic looking for part time Physician’s Assistants to support busy surgeon staff. Salary based on experience along with competitive benefits package.

Experience is preferred however; we are willing to train the right candidates for this highly specialized field. We offer excellent benefits which include excellent salary, profit sharing, 401k, health and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long-term disability.

Please forward resumes to: rwatson@cc4surgery.com

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LIQUIDATION SALE 2233 US Hwy. 258 S. Kinston May 14th, 15th, & 16th 8am to 3pm.

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Interior and Exterior Doors, Tools, Chain, Lockers, Office chairs, Desks, Storage Cabinets, Work Benches, Shelves, School Desk, Printers, Filling Cabinets, Chalk Boards, Marker Boards, Bulletin Boards, Rolling Platforms, Door Hardware, Shelf Brackets, Table saws, Shaper/Router, Band Saw, Large Drill Press, Large Sander, Gang Rip saw, Concrete Cutter, Fans, large Planner, 2x3 Studs, 2x4 Studs, Cement Subflooring, Trusses, etc.

REPRESENTATIVE One of the Nation’s major suppliers of in-home oxygen & respiratory therapy seeks an Entry level Sales Representative in the New Bern and surrounding areas. Responsibilities include establishing and maintaining relationships with referral sources in the medical community and conducting in-services educating them in the use and application of medical equipment.

USED RAILROAD CROSSTIES. Many uses! Landscaping, borders, erosion, control! $7.99 Discount City Havelock 252-447-1880

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

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

WE BUY washers, dryers, lawnmowers, working or not. (910)388-8450

ALL ITEMS WILL BE SOLD. Call Ken Brown at 252-560-3033 if you have any questions.

MOBILE HOME LOTS FOR RENT. First 3 months FREE. Southern Sun IV Mobile Home Park. (252)639-1211

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 ROOMMATE WANTED: Large bedroom with private bath. Shared laundry room & kitchen. Large living & dining room with patio. No pets. 2 miles from New Bern. $450+deposit. Utilities included. (252)229-9844

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CHEVY 2003 Monte Carlo 2 door, black, 3800 engine, was $5800, disposal sale $3900 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314

BUICK 2002 RENDEZVOUS SUV, gas saver engine, 2 tone beige & gray, was $3900, sale $2900 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENTS Waterfront setting, weekly, monthly. (910)578-5777

1707 ASHVILLE ST, NEW BERN 2 bedroom, 2 bath single family. 1300 sqft. fixer upper. Lease or cash. $1000 down, $542/mth.

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

Previous experience selling in the home health care field preferred. Knowledge of basic selling skills, Medicare, insurance reimbursement and accounting practices a plus. Must have excellent human relations skills, and be computer literate. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

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2 BEDROOM CONDO with river view in Fairfield Harbor. $825/m + deposit, yr lease. 252-288-4482 DOG CLASSES with DONA BAKER Proven methods = great results! In-home, group, and CGC classes. (252)672-K9ED (5933)

SEND RESUME TO: agabriel@lincare.com

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

Drug-free Workplace. EOE

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!! TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD IN PRINT AND ONLINE IS JUST A...

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BUY A RIDING MOWER for just $39 a month, receive FREE weedeater! Buy a washer & dryer for just $39 a month, receive FREE delivery! 252-725-0078

2/1 BATH 114 McCoy St., Cove City. $550 + $550 deposit. (252)6352651 or (252)876-5188 3/2 146 LITTLE LAKE CIRCLE in Gracie Farms. $750 month plus deposit. (252)637-3406

DIVE GEAR: All purchased new 2011; wetsuit (size 10); BC (ladies med); Reg w/computer; gloves w/bag (3.5m); slate; light; mesh dive bag; asking $850. Serious inquiries only. Seabreeze3300@yahoo.com or call/text (336)971-5600.

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

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

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LEVEL “E” 2 CRYPTS TANDEM (MAUSOLEUM) Greenleaf Memorial Park. $8,500! Valued at over $11,000 (252)447-3047

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3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH Trent Road. No pets, $650/mth + deposit. (252) 725-4068

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 2/2 DUPLEXES. Quiet area in Newport. $650/mth. Lawn maintance included. (252) 342-5777

3803 ELIZABETH AVENUE 2 bedroom, 2 bath, fenced yard. Mint condition! $750 (252)259-6992

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1ST FLOOR 1 BEDROOM Central AC, hardwood floors, off street parking, secure location. $495 Allen (252) 514-0639

COZY 1 BEDROOM HOME. 800 Sq.Ft. Located on Club Foot Creek. Private Dock and Marina usage. 15 minutes to Cherry Point Base. Very clean and quiet, Recently renovated with new floors, new appliances, new central heat and air, Sunroom, carport, and a detached storage building. Military personnel receive $25 discount monthly. $780/mo.+ security & 1st month rent. No pets. Matthews Point Marina. (252) 444-1805 EXTRA CLEAN 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH Convenient location! $650 month No pets. (252)670-1229 LARGE 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH. 3200 Sq.Ft. home in Trentwoods. No inside pets. $1350/mo. (252)6701229 NICE! FULLY REMODELED, 3 Bedroom, 1 bathroom. 509 King Neck Rd, Bridgeton $750/month + deposit. No pets! (252)349-1823 TRENT VILLAGE 2 BR/2BA Sunroom, garage, washer/dryer hookup. $800/month. (252)633-2387

FORD 2002 EXPLORER Eddie Bauer, red, was $3980, sale $2900 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252447-0314 FORD 2000 MUSTANG Convertible. White top, automatic, power steering, power windows, AC. $4500/best offer. (252) 288-0210

MAZDA 2007 CX-7 Grand Touring, Silver, looks & runs great, sporty, was $8300 blowout sale $6800 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314

SAVE $200 NOW!! Woodland Crossing Apartments is convenient to Cherry Point, Craven Community College, and Carolina East Medical Center. We offer 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes. Visit us online at www.WoodlandCrossingApts.com. Call us today at (252)633-5151

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

CHEVY 2003 S-10 White, clean, dependable, was $3997, sale $3400 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314 MITSUBISHI 2000 MONTERO SPORT. Looks and runs good, was $3800, sale $2900 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314

OFFICE SPACE FOR rent. Suitable for real estate or building contractor. Located on Hwy 70 East. Lighted parking lot. $800/month Includes water. (252)244-2464 after 6pm. VARIOUS SIZE OFFICES. Ranging from $450-$750/Month Chuck Tyson, Tyson Management. (252) 633-5766

TOYOTA 1995 4-RUNNER. SUV, loaded, V6, Black, Was $3997 Sale $3497 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

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. Southern Sun IV Mobile Home Park. (252)639-1211

FORD 1997 MUSTANG, Red, runs good, Sporty, was $3400, sale $2800 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314

Hungry for a Great Job? Guardian Foodservices, LLC of Rocky Mount, NC owns the Zaxby’s® on Glenburnie Rd. in New Bern, NC and on Western Blvd. in Jacksonville, NC.

Ready to hire and train - Assistant Managers The position is local with training in our New Bern location required. Good pay, flexible work schedule and opportunities to advance. .

Education: High school diploma or equivalent Experience: Minimum 1 yr. experience managing people in a restaurant environment. Reports directly to General Manager. Assists in the direct supervision of 2-4 shift managers and 15-50 employees.

NEW BERN SUN JOURNAL

CARRIER WANTED ADAMS CREEK AREA

• Increase sales by providing outstanding product and service. • Work lunch, dinner and weekends, monitoring quality of food and service. • Assist in providing Team Members & Shift Managers with the appropriate training. • Purchase food, beverages and supplies as needed. • Supervise and motivate Team Members and Shift Managers. • Communicate openly and honestly about plans, progress and problems. • Maintain an attitude of flexibility. Zaxby’s serves fresh, prepared-at-order chicken fingers, Buffalo wings, sandwiches, salads and more in a fun, relaxing atmosphere. A pioneer of the quick-casual format, Zaxby’s provides services and amenities that fall somewhere between fast food and a sit-down restaurant. Zaxby’s currently operates more than 390 locations in 10 states throughout the Southeast - Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. For more information, visit www.zaxbys.com.

If you are honest, hard-working and want a GREAT company to work for, Please send resume to JxvilleAM@gmail.com

FORD 2008 F150 XLT 4-door, white, ext. cab, clean, a must see, was $7900, sale $6900 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314

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

GMC 2002 SIERRA 150, 4x4, red, short bed, sharp, sporty, was $4800, sale $3800 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314


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2211 Woodland Ave. ~ $89,900 3 Bedroom/1 Bath. Renovated, older home in great location. Near downtown and mall. New wiring, heating, plumbing, carpet & paint.

MLS#93187 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766

MLS#94135 Barry Evans 252-259-5076

521 Watson Avenue ~ $94,900

170 Quarterdeck ~ $95,000 Great Waterfront end unit with large Carolina Room. New carpet in bedrooms, new vinyl in kitchen and bathrooms, new countertops in kitchen, new laminate floors in great room and dining room.

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Updated & ready for new owner! Cute 3BR/2BA home w/fully appointed kitchen, separate dining, spacious living rm and tiled office/study! Stack washer & dryer included. Finished attic and basement workshop provide tons of storage. New roof shingles, HVAC, plumbing & electrical in 2012. Priced to sell.

3585 River Road ~ $99,900

313 Miller Blvd. ~ $99,900

3807 Clearview Drive ~ $100,000

205 Stadiem Drive ~ $104,900

Brick with all new vinyl easy clean windows, Inside completely painted. Roof about 6 years old. New Heat & Air about 5 years ago. Nice outbuilding. One car garage on just over 1/2 acre. House looks great. Home Warranty for Buyer. MLS#92197 Barry Evans 252-259-5076

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

Newer roof & windows on this lovely brick home with new Frigidaire Gallery S/S appliances, Duke Energy, Creekside Elementary School district & a large fenced back yard. Fresh paint, new tile, laminate & carpeted floors plus totally renovated bathrooms, this GREAT buy is in turn key condition! Hurry!

3BR/2BA home with large fenced yard, county taxes only, Brinson School District! You can own this home for less than rent with the special loans available that include down payment assistance to qualified Buyers. Old Cherry Pt. Rd, Gibbs Rd, Rawley, to Stadiem. MLS#91853 Johnnie Bunting 252-671-0414

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3509 Elizabeth Avenue ~ $112,000 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!

1605 St. Delights Church Road ~ $115,000

6113 Gondolier Drive ~ $119,500

Comfortable 3 bedroom/1 bathroom home located in the county. New roof, fresh paint, new HV/AC, pine floors, new light fixtures, dimensional shingles & new windows. Tideland electric.

Incredible deal on this brick ranch offering 3BR/2BA with updated flooring & roof shingles! Spacious LR with gas f/p open to Dining. Fully appointed kitchen & sep laundry. Tiled Carolina Rm accesses wood deck & overlooks private back yd. Excellent curb appeal. Move-in ready! This one won't last long.

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Completely redone 3 BR 2 full bath. Renovated by professional builder. 2 baths redone w/new vanities. New roof, floors etc. Looks like a brand new house. Big back yard, privacy fence.For offer of less than asking, seller offering $2000 in closing costs. Full price offer up to $5000 closing costs

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.

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106 Luke Lane ~ $145,000

207 Forest Oaks Drive ~ $149,900

504 Plantation Drive ~ $150,000

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

Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath custom home close to New Bern and MCAS Cherry Point. Open floor plan and gas appliances. Storage shed in back for your convenience. Mento

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

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.

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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.

Room to Grow! 4 Brs plus a Family Room in Trent Woods! Offers vinyl replacement windows, lovely landscaped yard, circular drive, attached garage, deck in back, some wood flooring, large front yard adding privacy, covered front porch, irrigation in flower beds & much more! Lots of value!

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322 Lochbridge Drive ~ $159,900

103 Pecan Ridge Drive ~ $164,500

127 Quail Woods Drive ~ $165,000

3 Bedroom 2 bath home. New floors, new lighting, new granite countertops. New entrance door and many extras. Desirable Westbrook Subdivision. Close to MCAS

Well maintained brick, one story home in River Bend. Split bedroom plan. Spacious living room w/ fireplace. Carolina Room overlooks backyard & woods behind.

Smart in Style and In Price! Inviting home with open floor plan, cathedral ceilings, separate laundry room and lots of windows! Bonus room has added windows, minutes to town, large back yard, Brinson School! Spacious kitchen with lots of cabinets and counter space, breakfast area, 2 car garage!

Lakefront 3 bed/1 bath brick home on one acre of land. Fireplace in Family Room. Has new roof, paint, carpet & wood deck.

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3 bedroom 2 bath home with 2 car garage in Kings Row. Property features an inground pool and large outdoor area to lounge around the pool. Fresh Paint and much more.

23 Pier Pointe ~ $174,500

3115 Drew Ave ~ $175,000

21 Pier Pointe ~ $178,000

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 backyard. 15 x 11 Sunroom. 3 patio areas. Convenient to Cherry Point.

3 BR, 3 bath, end unit townhome. Brick exterior. Sunroom & loft. Master suite on main level. Boat slip/dock.

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305 Rockledge Road ~ $184,900

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

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4146 Cinnamon Run ~ $197,000

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!

Under Construction - Affordable living in the popular Bayberry Park neighborhood with all of the Carolina Colours amenities to enjoy!

MLS#93417 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315

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Excellent 2 BR/2BA Trent Woods townhome. Piedmont gas & duke/progress energy. No yard work!! Has vaulted ceilings, nice size living room, private back patio, large master bedroom & spacious garage with custom cabinets!

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!

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4142 Cinnamon Run ~ $199,900 Under Construction - Affordable living in the popular Bayberry Park neighborhood with all the Carolina Colours amenities to enjoy.

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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.

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.

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920 Dorset Way ~ $249,999

125 Geneva Road ~ $264,500

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

Comfortable Zaytoun built 3 BR/2BA home inTrent Woods. Has bookshelves, tray ceilings, screened porch and deck, FROG that can be used as a bedroom, hardwood floors & more! Natural gas available. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#94013 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766

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.

Investment opportunity in historic New Bern. 4 unit apartment building in walking distance to Tryon Palace. Each apt is 2 BR/1 BA with large living room and comfortable dining room. Nice back deck on each unit and offstreet parking. Live in one and rent other 3 units out with FHA financing.

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Open, airy, overlooks 13th Fairway of Emerald. Kitchen flows into Family Rm w/natural gas firepl & wall of windows. Master BR w/tray ceiling has ample room for king bed & opens onto screen porch. 2nd BR w/private sitting area will charm any guest. Rinnai,Kit appl. 2013, HVAC 2010,Hdwd kit,FR,DR,LR.

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6117 Castleton Court ~ $279,000 Beautiful 3 BR/ 2.5 bath waterfront home in Fairfield Harbour. New floors, paint. Stainless appliances. Beautiful pool w/ large deck. Dock w/ electric & water. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com Call the “Tyson Team”. MLS#91215 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766

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4414 Cobblestone Alley ~ $330,000

212 New Street ~ $309,000

202 Dobbs Spaight Road ~ $329,000

105 Captains Cove ~ $329,900

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

Governor's Mills Area. Immaculate custom built 3 B/R, 2.5 BA brick home in quiet area on cul-de-sac. Downstairs master, open floor plan & bonus room. Features are too numerous to list here.

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

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.

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

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102 Barkside Lane ~ $374,900

3107 Coriander Drive ~ $380,000

116 Covey Court ~ $388,000

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

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

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

4BR/3BA Home on Lake w/in-ground pool. Brick, custom built home overlooking beautiful Lake, fishing is good, on a cul-de-sac. Carolina room overlooking pool and lake w/ tile floor. Split Floor Plan. Well designed, lots of privacy. With breathtaking view of lake. A home for relaxation and friends. Kitchen is sleek and well organized. Home Warranty for the Buyer.

1001 Coopers Court ~ $429,500

215 Change Street ~ $468,000 Lovely historic home. Many custom features. Gourmet kitchen, granite countertops. Living room, dining room, family room, screen porch, brick patio & garden. Master suite with whirlpool bath and private porch. 3 BD, 2-1/2 BA. Turn key condition!

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Gorgeous Contemporary Home situated on a high parcel overlooking the wonderfully scenic Trent River.Bright, Cheerful Open floor plan with ample space for family and pets. First floor perfect for extended family living. Beautifully Landscaped by one of New Bern's Master Gardeners

4503 Carteret Drive ~ $699,000 Incredible 4 BR, 3.3 Bath brick home on the 5th hole of NBG&CC. Unbelievable "ensuite". Features are too numerous to list. Call for showing.

MLS#93254 Kathleen Fleming 252-671-0456

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260 Shoreline Drive ~ $619,000

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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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$14,995

$13,346

Stk#5179A

Stk#P7267A

Stk#1107A

Stk#P7247A

1707 HIGHWAY 70 EAST, NEW BERN, NC 28560

www.trent.com *Tax, tags, & $389 dealer administration fee additional. Photos for illustration purposes only. See dealer for details **Cadillac Military Discount available to Active, Retired and all Veterans.

511-171197

(877) 756-2976


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Jeremy Storey

Kevin Kirby

New Car Manager

Used Car Sales Manager

Thank You Eastern North Carolina For Making Us Your #1 Pre-Owned Dealership in Craven County for 2 Years Running! 2004 KIA Rio 4D SEDAN

Riverside Price

$

#R10199B

3,480

2001 DODGE Grand Caravan 1998 FORD Ranger 2WD 2002 PONTIAC Grand Prix 4D WAGON SPORT

SUPERCAB XLT STYLESIDE

4D SEDAN GTP

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

$

#R10160A

5,735

$

#P4683L

5,900

$

6,498

#P4656

2003 TOYOTA Camry

2003 MITSUBISHI Eclipse

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

4D SEDAN LE V6

$

#P4624B

6,900

3D CONVERTIBLE GS

$

#P4586B

6,995

2000 JEEP Cherokee 4WD

2006 KIA Sorento 2WD

2007 DODGE Caliber

2005 DODGE Grand Caravan

2004 JEEP Grand Cherokee 4WD

2002 JEEP Grand Cherokee 2WD

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

4D WAGON SPORT

$

7,288

#P4439D

5D WAGON LX AUTO

$

7,561

#R9982B

4D WAGON 2.0L

$

7,985

#R10248C

2006 DODGE Durando 2WD

2008 NISSAN Sentra

2007 CHEVROLET Trailblazer 4WD

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

4D WAGON ADVENTURER HEMI

$

#R10456B

9,182

2004 DODGE Ram 1500 2WD QUAD CAB SLT LONGBED

Riverside Price

$

11,900

#R10456B

4D SEDAN S AUTO

$

9,800

#P4669

2007 CHEVROLET Colorado 2WD REG CAB LS

Riverside Price

$

12,900

#P4657A

4D WAGON SXT

$

2010 KIA Forte

4D WAGON LS

$

#R10057A

9,950

2009 MERCURY Milan 4D SEDAN PREMIER V6

Riverside Price

7,997

#P4458A

4D SEDAN LX 5SPD

Riverside Price

$

10,400

#R10361A

2003 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD EXT CAB SLE

Riverside Price

4D WAGON LAREDO

$

#R10153A

2009 PONTIAC G6 4D SEDAN GT 2009.5

Riverside Price

$

10,500

#R10436B

2008 MITSUBISHI Eclipse 2D CONVERTIBLE GT MT

Riverside Price

$

$

$

#R10206A

#R10424A

#R10150A

12,900

12,900

8,314

12,900

4D WAGON SPORT

$

#R10526A

8,995

2009 TOYOTA Tacoma 2WD REG CAB AUTO

Riverside Price

$

11,900

#R10328A

2007 DODGE RAM 1500 2WD REG CAB ST

Riverside Price

$ #P4626

12,900

2006 DODGE Magnum

2011 DODGE Caliber

2010 CHEVROLET MALIBU 4D SEDAN LT1

2D CONVERTIBLE GT SPORT

2007 PONTIAC G6

2011 TOYOTA Corolla

2012 DODGE Avenger

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

Riverside Price

4D WAGON RT

$

13,700

#P4569A

4D WAGON HEAT

$

13,900

#P4720

2006 BMW 3 Series

2012 FIAT 500

4D SEDAN 325i

Riverside Price

$ #P4695

14,900

2D HATCHBACK SPORT

Riverside Price

$ #P4729

15,500

$

13,900

#R10281A

2005 JEEP Wrangler 4wd 2D CONVERTIBLE SE

Riverside Price

$

15,900

#P4671A

$ #P4649

13,900

2004 DODGE Ram 1500 4WD QUAD CAB ST

Riverside Price

$

15,900

#R10063A

4D SEDAN S AUTO

$ #P4651

14,800

2010 NISSAN Altima 4D SEDAN S

Riverside Price

$ #P4662

15,900

2011 JEEP Compass 2WD 2010 CHRYSLER Town & Country 2010 DODGE Charger 2012 HYUNDAI Elantra 2009 DODGE Grand Caravan 4D WAGON LATITUDE

Riverside Price

$

16,900

#R10529A

2009 HONDA Accord Sedan 4D SEDAN EX-L V6

Riverside Price

$

17,400

#R10389A

2006 TOYOTA Tundra DOUBLE CAB LIMITED

Riverside Price

$ #P4728

18,500

4D WAGON TOURING

Riverside Price

$

16,900

#P4711

2011 RAM 1500 4WD REG CAB ST LONGBED

Riverside Price

$

17,600

#P4637

2007 JEEP Wrangler 4WD 4D CONVERTIBLE SAHARA

Riverside Price

$ #P4547

18,900

4D SEDAN SE

Riverside Price

$ #P4699

16,900

4D SEDAN LIMITED

Riverside Price

$

16,900

#R10387A

2013 Hyundai Sonata 2013 DODGE Avenger 4D SEDAN GLS 27402

Riverside Price

$

17,900

#P4610

2013 DODGE Avenger 4D SEDAN SE V6

Riverside Price

$ #P4705

18,900

4D SEDAN SE

Riverside Price

$

17,900

#P4717

2013 CHRYSLER 200 4D SEDAN TOURING

Riverside Price

$ #P4654

18,900

4D WAGON SXT 4.0L

Riverside Price

$

16,900

#R10377A

2013 NISSAN Altima 4D SEDAN S

Riverside Price

$

17,900

#P4661

2011 HONDA CR-V 2WD 5D WAGON LX

Riverside Price

$

18,900

#R10519A

4D SEDAN SE

$

14,900

#R10463A

2012 MITSUBISHI Galant 4D SEDAN ES

Riverside Price

$

15,900

#R10082A

2005 DODGE Ram 1500 4WD QUAD CAB SLT

Riverside Price

$ #P4678

16,900

2006 JEEP Wrangler 4WD 2D CONVERTIBLE SPORT

Riverside Price

$

17,985

#P4630

2012 JEEP COMPASS 4WD 4D WAGON SPORT

Riverside Price

$ #P4700

18,900

CHECK US OUT ONLINE: RIVERSIDECJD.COM

1601 Hwy. 70E • New Bern, NC 28560 • 252.633.4411 • 888.568.3363 SERVICE: MONDAY - FRIDAY 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM • SATURDAY 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM • SUNDAY CLOSED • SALES: MONDAY - FRIDAY 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM • SATURDAY 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM *After all applicable rebates and discounts. **All prices are plus tax, tags & $389 doc. fee. Not responsible for typographical errors. Photos for illustration only. Sale ends 5-31-2014.

511-172502

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We Salute Our

Military

2006 CHEVY EQUINOX LT

2010 NISSAN VERSA

2007 HYUNDAI SANTA FE

2009 NISSAN CUBE

2007 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE CONV.

ST# P1744 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1739 Freedom Ford Price

$9,874

ST# P1721 Freedom Ford Price

$11,978

ST# P1764 Freedom Ford Price

$11,995

ST# P1749 Freedom Ford Price

$12,495

2008 NISSAN TITAN SE

2012 FORD FIESTA SES

2004 MERCEDES C32 AMG

2011 TOYOTA COROLLA LE

2011 KIA SOUL

ST# P1755 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1604A Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1713 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1723A Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1629A Freedom Ford Price

$9,488

SOLD

$13,488

$13,995

$14,495

$14,997

2012 FORD FOCUS SEL

2011 FORD FUSION

2008 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT

2012 NISSAN SENTRA SL

2011 FORD CROWN VICTORIA

ST# P1588 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1644 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1697A Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1714 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1724 Freedom Ford Price

$14,995

$15,495

$15,847

$15,886

$15,978

2007 CADILLAC CTS

2013 JEEP PATRIOT

2008 FORD RANGER XLT

2005 GMC SIERRA

2011 DODGE NITRO

ST# P1765 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1704 Freedom Ford Price

4WD ST# P1712 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1750 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1720 Freedom Ford Price

$15,995

$15,995

$16,495

$16,495

$16,874

2011 HYUNDAI SONATA LIMITED

2011 SCION XB

2012 DODGE AVENGER SXT PLUS

2007 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC

2011 TOYOTA PRIUS

ST# P1734 Freedom Ford Price

Release 8.0 Series ST# P1785 Freedom Ford Price

$16,995

ST# P1766 Freedom Ford Price

$16,995

ST# P1761 Freedom Ford Price

$17,695

ST# P1459 Freedom Ford Price

$17,995

2013 DODGE DART RALLEY

2013 SCION TC

2011 FORD RANGER XLT 4WD

2008 BUICK ENCLAVE CXL

2013 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT

ST# P1752 Freedom Ford Price

ST# F1422A Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1719 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1726 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1783B Freedom Ford Price

$16,995

SOLD

$18,997

$20,495

$21,495

$21,995

2012 FORD MUSTANG CONV.

2009 NISSAN 370Z

2011 BMW 328i

2013 FORD FUSION TITANIUM

2013 FORD FOCUS ST

ST# P1771 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1718 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1589 Freedom Ford Price

ST# P1759 Freedom Ford Price

ST#P1728 Freedom Ford Price

$21,495

$22,986

2009 FORD EXPEDITION EL LMTD.

2009 FORD F-350

ST# P1729 Freedom Ford Price

$26,995

ST# P1737 Freedom Ford Price

$27,486

$23,978

$24,974

$24,987

FREEDOM ADVANTAGE 2 years Oil Change* 2 years Tire Rotation* LIFETIME Engine Guarantee* LIFETIME Car Washes* & More! See Sales Associate for Complete Deals

(888) 894-0075 Mon. - Fri: 8:30 am to 8:00 pm • Sat: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm 101 E. Main St., Havelock, NC

511-163833

www.FreedomFordNC.com

511-173800

* All prices are plus tax, tags, title and $389 admin fee. Freedom Advantage is on ALL New Vehicles and preowned 2008 and newer with less than 100K miles. Non Turbo & Diesel. *See sales associate for details.

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