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Lance Cpl. Steve Fillmore, a tow gunner with Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 1st Marines, Regimental Combat Team 6, provides security as the rest of the patrol moves through Trek Nawa, Afghanistan, Sept. 27. The Marines work with the Afghan soldiers who provide security for the region from Patrol Base Lambadand.

TREK NAWA, AFGHANISTAN CPL. ANTHONY WARD JR.

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Entering the Trek Nawa District of Helmand province, Afghanistan, Marines with 1st Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 6 made a bold military presence absent to the region for nearly a year. Arriving Sept. 26, the Marines helped occupy Patrol Base Lambadand for four days and patrolled through the area alongside the Afghan National Army soldiers who call the base their home.

“We recently expanded our battle space and picked up that position (PB Lambadand),” said Capt. Glen Taylor, RCT-6 company commander. “So it was kind of an introduction to the battle space and to those ANA soldiers up there. We had to evaluate where they were in their proficiency level and see what the enemy was doing in the area.” Each day, the Marines pushed out patrols with the ANA to get a better feel for their newly inherited area of responsibility and to learn the capabilities of their Afghan counterparts.

During the first patrol, the Marines and ANA soldiers came under fire from an enemy who knows how to play their part all too well. “They’ve been doing this for a while, and they know what works,” said Taylor of the insurgents. “They do a very good job of understanding the rules we need to operate under and exploiting those. They mainly disguise themselves as civilians. They operate out of our view, hiding their weapons and identities until they get into their firing positions. “They look for advantages

against us, try to hit us when we are not looking, from multiple angles,” added Taylor. Despite their tactics, the enemy was no match for the Marines coupled with the ANA soldiers. Once the insurgents were fired upon, they fled. The company will continue to frequent areas throughout their operational zone to include PB Lambadand. They will also continue to aid the ANA as much as they need and equipping the soldiers with the skill set they need to prevail.

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“We’d like to get those guys some new techniques up there, so they can keep the Taliban off their backs,” said Sgt. Tristan Kyzer, with the caompany. “I don’t think the area is going to be completely pacified by the time we leave, but I think we can give them some new tactics to help out.” The company will be bringing their deployment in Afghanistan to a close in the coming months. As they continue to aid the ANA by helping them improve their techniques, the security and future of Afghanistan grows stronger.

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CHERYL PELLERIN

American Forces Press Service

When NATO defense ministers meet here tomorrow with representatives of six nonNATO nations that contribute to the International Security and Assistance Force, the topic will be Afghanistan’s successes, its challenges and its future. Representing the United States, Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta joined defense leaders from most of NATO’s 28 member nations during two days of meetings held to assess the organization’s missions in Afghanistan and Kosovo and its defense capabilities. A senior Defense Department official, speaking on background, said one sign of success in Afghanistan is an impressive level of commitment by the Afghan partners as the mission transitions toward full Afghan security lead in 2014. The Afghan government is committed to the war’s objective, “which is to ensure that Afghanistan is never again a place that extremist al-Qaida can use to take action against us or our allies,” he said. It’s also important to NATO, the official said, that “this is an alliance that finishes what it starts.” The 50-nation coalition in Afghanistan has “come a long way together and the success we’ve been building for is now within sight,” he said. Defense ministers officially recognized that hard-won progress during the NATO Summit in Chicago in July, he said. As the summer fighting season draws to a close in Afghanistan, “we’ve seen the Afghan forces step up as never before,” he said, in a sign that NATO’s training efforts are paying off. But the official noted that recent media attention has focused on challenges, particularly insider threats, in which Afghan troops turn on their coalition partners, taking about 50 lives so far this year. An important benefit of the NATO meet-

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U.S. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta greets members of NATO before a meeting of NATO defense ministers and members of the North Atlantic Council in Brussels, Oct. 9. Panetta is scheduled to meet with several defense ministers during the two-day event. ing, he said, will be to help people understand for the government of Pakistan to continue to “the very serious efforts that are being made to take steps to bring those areas under control.” try and address the insider-threat challenges.” The Pakistani government faces serious Efforts by the Taliban to characterize in- challenges, he said. “What’s important to do sider attacks “as some kind of a strategic card is to find ways for both NATO and Afghanihas not worked in Afghanistan and the proof stan to work with Pakistan and help them is in the performance of the Afghan security meet those challenges,” he added. forces,” the official added, “so it is important The precarious relationship between the to have this discussion at a high level. I can’t United States and Pakistan ruptured Nov. 26, predict what’s going to come out of it.” 2011 when a cross-border attack by NATO The second big challenge is the continuing forces at a border coordination center in Afsafe haven that the Taliban have in Pakistan ghanistan’s Kunar province killed 24 Pakistani where they rest, regroup, refit, rearm and refi- soldiers. nance, the official said. Many Taliban fighters “As our relationship has recovered with return there after the fighting season, he said, Pakistan over the past couple of months, and top-level insurgents stay there all year. we’ve seen an increase in border cooperation “I’m not saying that this is (sponsored by at the ISAF level but also increased border the Pakistani government) and I’m not blam- cooperation at the Afghan and Pakistani miliing the government or the people of Pakistan tary level,” the defense official said. for this,” the official explained. That hasn’t solved continuing problems of Several areas in Pakistan lack full governSEE NATO 7A ment control, he added, “and it’s important

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Resource Roundup By Mark Munger

Outdoor adventures abound aboard base Being stationed aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune provides outdoor opportunities different than most other installations in the Marine Corps due to its location along the Atlantic Coast. Finding ways to enjoy the beauty of North Carolina’s outdoors is effortless, but many do not realize there is a team of dedicated outdoor recreation specialists who organize activities. These activities empower individuals to grow physically, mentally and spiritually, while enhancing quality of life and fostering a passion for the outdoors. Gabrielle Higgins, from Outdoor Adventures, reveals some of the high-quality outdoor recreation opportunities for our military community. RR – Where is Outdoor Adventures located and what are the hours of operation? ML – Outdoor Adventures is located in Building 728 on Cross Street beside the Gottschalk Marina, and is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. through 6 p.m. RR – The Outdoor Adventures website highlights some very exciting programs, especially for fishing trips in our local waterways. What is the registration process for a fishing trip and are charter trips available? ML – There are currently two opportunities offered for fishing trips. For those interested in fishing a mile or two offshore on a large boat, we

have ongoing fishing charter trips out of Morehead City, N.C. If somone is interested in a more intimate fishing experience, there are customized inshore or offshore fishing trips with an experienced boat captain, Captain Phil. RR – Does Outdoor Adventures offer classes on kayaking or paddle boarding, and is equipment available? ML – If someone is interested in learning more about kayaking or paddle boarding, a Learn to Kayak or Paddle Board class will be offered this fall. It was a huge success last year, and the instructors are looking forward to offering it again. Prior to every kayaking or paddle boarding trip there is a short safety and instructional brief to ensure all participants are safe while enjoying these activities. Reservations for hour-long kayak trips and two-hour paddle board trips can be made the week prior to the trip. To make a reservation or to learn more about our other programs, check our website at www.mccslejeune.com/outdoor. RR – Many never heard about extreme-power kiting. Can you explain what is involved in power kiting and how someone can learn more about it? ML – Power Kiting is a highadrenaline outdoor sport where an individual is harnessed into a large

kite that flies in the air. The individual is propelled either on land or over water by controlling the kite direction and power with a control bar. Lessons for this are offered at Outdoor Adventures. During power kiting lessons, participants start out at level one, learning the basics of kiting. From there, they progress to level two lessons where participants can choose to kite on land or water. For more information call 451-1440 or stop by the office. RR – Are there any programs at Outdoor Adventures that focus on whole family participation? ML – Most of our programs are geared toward involving the entire family. Any authorized patron over the age of 12 can participate in our kayaking trips as well as our paddle boarding trips. Outdoor Adventures will host our S’MORES Campout in September and October. We encourage families to participate in the weekend-outdoor fun. Fishing Days and Fishing Derbies are held in the spring and summer for families to get outdoors. If you are interested in learning more about the Outdoor Adventures programs, including scuba classes, after-school archery, mountain biking and moonlight kayaking please visit the Outdoor Adventures website at www.mccslejeune.com/Outdoor or call 451-1440.

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Afghan National Army soldiers from the 215th Maiwand Corps, 4th Brigade practice firing drills during Reception, Staging, Onward movement and Integration training, for the first time on Camp Shorabak recently.

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he Afghan National Army's 4th Brigade arrived at Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan to conduct Reception, Stag-

ing, Onward movement and Integration training, having just graduated basic training in Kabul. Reception and integration training helps orient new soldiers, including coalition forces, to their area of operations and helps raise awareness of what is to be expected in the

operational environment. The courses are designed to teach the type of Corpslevel skills needed for the complex environment of Helmand province. For example, improvised explosive devices awareness and defeat capabilities are taught, but also, due to the high

number of vehicle incidents and injuries to ANA personnel, a driver safety course is part of the training. This is the first RSOI class for the ANA's 215th Corps and is part of the overall professional development of the Afghan National Army. “This is a milestone toward the transition to

sustainment-level training capabilities resident within the 215th ANA Corps," said Terry Walker, special assistant to the Commanding General of Regional Command Southwest for the training and development of the Afghan National Security Forces. The 215th Maiwand Corps Chief of Staff Gen. Zamen Hussan welcomed

the soldiers of the 4th Brigade to RSOI training. “If we conduct good and precise planning, our unit will perform in a better way, and we will have better results,” said Gen. Hussan. “Good planning is a necessity. We must always have good and complete preparation. This will prevent problems during patrols.”

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Marines from the airframes section of Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 261 (Reinforced), 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit conduct engine maintenance on an MV-22B Osprey in the hangar of USS Iwo Jima Sept. 22. The aviation maintenance crews work around the clock to ensure the 24th MEU’s aircraft are always ready to fly in support of the various missions they could be called for. The 24th MEU is deployed with the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group as a theater reserve and crisis response force for U.S. Central Command in the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet area of responsibility.

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Maintaining aircraft while maintaining balance shipping keeps service members mission ready CAPT. ROBERT SHUFORD 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit

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Cpl. Lonnie Bowen, a flight-line mechanic with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 261 (Reinforced), 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, performs corrosion preventative maintenance on a CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter aboard USS New York Sept. 26. The 24th MEU is deployed with the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group as a theater reserve and crisis response force for U.S. Central Command in the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet area of responsibility. Photo by Lance Cpl Tucker S. Wolf

Marines from the airframes section of Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 261 (Reinforced), 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, conduct routine maintenance on a AV8B Harrier aboard USS Iwo Jima Sept. 29. The aviation maintenance crews work around the clock to ensure 24th MEU’s aircraft are always ready to fly in support of the various missions they could be called for.

“With non-stop flying comes non-stop maintenance for aviation mechanics of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit. The maintenance crews of the 24th MEU’s aviation combat element, Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 261 (Reinforced), stayed busy over the past six months of their deployment ensuring the MV-22B Ospreys, AV-8B Harriers, CH-53E Super Stallions, UH-1N Hueys and AH1W Cobras are always mission capable while embarked at sea. In August alone the maintenance crews for each type of aircraft tallied a combined total of 9,823 man hours of work doing things as simple as checking wires and tightening screws, to replacing entire engines using cranes and lifts. An average work day for these crews begins an hour before their daily maintenance meeting when the day crews and night crews conduct a shift turnover; one crew completing their 12-hour shift, as another crew comes on. From the start to the end of their shift each crew is busy. “Without the dual shift, 24-hour maintenance effort the daily mission readiness of the 24th MEU’s aviation assets would fall apart. Aviation mechanics are the unsung core of the effort,” said Maj. Dale Behm, the maintenance officer for the squadron. Behm, who was with

the squadron since 2011, explains the intensity and thoroughness of the 24th MEU’s aviation maintenance efforts with a comparison to normal automotive maintenance: “Aviation maintenance is much more complex than having your car inspected once a year and the oil changed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. Aircraft maintenance strives to maintain balance between the multitude of hourly inspections unique to specific types of aircraft and parts. Instead of just sending the car in for a 60,000-mile transmission check, an aircraft maintainer tracks the age or component life, of any one of the many bolts that are part of the transmission. During a daily inspection all of those bolts on an aircraft’s transmission need to be torque checked and inspected for evidence of integrity, fatigue and wear.” And that’s just the small stuff. The amount of work needed to keep the aircraft up and running against constant wear and tear, and the harsh environmental elements can be likened to your car if after every 200 hours of driving you did a frame off restoration and replaced the entirety of the suspension and drive train, said Behm. What makes their work more impressive is these Marines don’t have the luxury of using a full hangar facility like they do stateside at an air station. Their work is performed underway at sea aboard amphibious assault ships USS Iwo Jima and USS

New York two of the three ships belonging to the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group, which the 24th MEU is deployed with. “At a dedicated automotive shop; your frame off restoration might take months, while our maintenance Marines complete these types of overhauls in seven to 10 days,” said Behm. Such checks are just part of the daily, and nightly, grind for the 320 maintainers of the unit who can be found on the flight deck performing their job in temperatures consistently reaching more than 110 degrees throughout the summer months in the Middle East. Other factors unique to the expeditionary environment of performing maintenance on ship includes working on a moving ship in rough seas, working under the dim, green lighting in the hangar at night, and balancing the limited work space available with flight operations and the daily routine of the ship’s crew. Since the 24th MEU deployed in late March their aircraft flew to support exercises in Morocco, Jordan, Kuwait and Djibouti. The squadron also executes a continuous flight schedule that supports the movement of personnel and equipment between ship and shore, and supports requirements of the pilots and crews to maintain qualifications and required flight hours to stay proficient. “Day in and day out these young Marines dedicate countless hours to the repair and preventative maintenance on completely unique, different types of aircraft, which keep the 24th MEU ready to support missions anywhere in the world. It’s humbling to be a part of this team,” said Behm. The 24th MEU is currently embarked with the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group on a regularly scheduled deployment to the U.S. Navy’s 6th and 5th Fleets serving as a crisis response force for the U.S. European and Central Commands. They began their deployment in late March of 2012 when they left their home base of Camp Lejeune.


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Petty Officer 2nd Class Jordan Fitzgerald, left, a corpsman with the battalion aid station, and Petty Officer 2nd Class David Cergol, another corpsman with the BAS, both with 2nd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, stand outside their work area recently. The two corpsmen started their military careers in different job fields. Fitzgerald trained as a Marine and Cergol a Seabee.

FORWARD ORWARD OPERATING BASE JACKSON JACKSON, AFGHANISTAN CPL. TIMOTHY LENZO Regional Command Southwest

The sound of power tools and commands come from the battalion aid station startling a few Marines walking by. Two corpsmen stick out from the crowd of sailors inside the building, working to remodel their work area. The two service members started their military careers in different fields, but now they work together in Afghanistan. One trained to be a Marine, the other a Navy Seabee. “When I joined the Navy, I had a degree in construction, so that’s what the Navy wanted me to do.� said Petty Officer 2nd Class David Cergol, a corpsman with the battalion aid station, 2nd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment. “At the time, the

Seabees were undermanned, so it was more important for me to help them.� Cergol started working construction when he was 14. After 10 years in the civilian world, he decided he wanted a change, but found himself again working construction for the Navy. “The Seabees are a great group of people, but I ultimately joined because I wanted to be on the front lines and be with the Marines,� said Cergol. Unlike Cergol, Petty Officer 2nd Class Jordan Fitzgerald, another corpsman with the BAS, started his military career with the Marines. He served with 1st Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment and was part of the initial push to begin Operation Iraqi Freedom. Cergol’s and Fitzgerald’s paths first crossed during the

initial push into Iraq. Fitzgerald served in the infantry and fought on the front lines. Meanwhile Cergol, working as a builder with the Seabees, followed behind the infantry, helping with security. “We were both able to talk about the towns we went through, and the forward operating bases being set up,� said Cergol. “He was more the tip of the spear, and I was more behind doing logistics.� After their first enlistment, the two service members decided to split ties with their old units. Fitzgerald dabbled with joining the Navy SEALs before deciding on a different future. “Being a grunt, I had a pretty good idea of what corpsmen did,� said Fitzgerald. “I knew corpsmen went with Marines, and I’m not

the guy who likes ship life. Also I enjoy helping people and knew I’d be helping Marines.� While Fitzgerald looked at other jobs first, Cergol knew from the start he wanted to be a corpsman. He worked as a Seabee because it’s where the Navy needed him, but he jumped at the chance to start his career in the medical field. “I enjoy the medical side,� said Cergol. “I wanted to be with the Marines, and I wanted to make more of a difference and ultimately save lives.� The two use their prior jobs as tools for their current jobs. Cergol became certified to operate the heavy equipment around the forward operating base. He regularly helps by driving forklifts and constructing new fixtures. “I’m able to draw on my experience with the Seabees to strengthen security and improve overall living conditions,� said Cergol. “When I was in Iraq, one of the bases we stayed at had little to no

security. We were able to get together, and build up the walls and better secure our buildings.� During the deployment, a suicide bomber attacked the base. “The additional walls definitely paid off,� said Cergol. “The walls ended up protecting us.� Cergol and Fitzgerald recently took on a construction job inside the BAS. “Being a prior Seabee makes him more versatile,� said Fitzgerald. “Right now we are remodeling the BAS to better suit our needs, and his experience as a builder definitely help.� Cergol’s experience as a Seabee helps him in tangible ways, while Fitzgerald’s experience as a Marine is more abstract. “He’s very disciplined,� said Cergol. “You can tell he used to be a Marine. He still has that rigid discipline about him.� Fitzgerald’s past also gives him an immediate connection with the

Marines he cares for. “I think it gives me instant credibility,� said Fitzgerald. “After all, I’ve done more deployments than the majority of them.� Fitzgerald also learned a great deal of leadership from the Marines. This skill helps him teach the corpsmen under him. “I think the Marine Corps teaches small-unit leadership better than the other branches,� said Fitzgerald. “The Marine Corps taught me how to manage situations really well.� More than a decade after their path’s first crossed in Operation Iraqi Freedom, the prior Marine and Seabee are united as corpsmen with 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines. Their focus is the health of the Marines and sailors, but service members will see Cergol behind the forklift or Fitzgerald correcting his corpsmen on the proper wear of the uniform. The two moved on in their military careers but find they use the same skills every day.

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Marines with 1st and 2nd Battalions, 7th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 6, line up outside a mobile exchange Sept. 25. The warfighter exchange service team travels throughout the area to provide Marines with hygiene gear, food, drinks, protein and magazines.

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Mobile PX serves Marines anywhere CPL. TIMOTHY LENZO

Regional Command Southwest

The mobile exchange is a service civilians might not know about, but to Marines serving in Afghanistan, it is something to look forward to. The warfighter exchange service team runs the mobile exchange unit, traveling throughout the area and reaching the Marines on the front lines. The truck is a store on wheels, complete with cashier and security. “We take a 20 foot container and make a store out of it,” said Sgt. Christopher Sherrill, a Marine Corps Community Services noncommissioned officer with Combat Logistics Regiment 15. “We stock the shelves in it like you would see in a regular store.” Once the container is filled, the Marines travel to different bases throughout the area. The mobile store is stocked with everything including canned food, protein powder, hygiene gear and magazines. “We bring the stuff of a normal exchange out to the Marines who don’t have access to one,” said Sherrill. Marines live in a variety of different conditions when deployed. Many smaller bases do not have a store to purchase extra food or supplies from.

Sherrill and his team provide the Marines with a store on wheels. “It fills a gap for the Marines,” said Sgt. Tyler Sylvester another NCO with the team. “Sometimes they don’t have care packages coming out to them, so when we pull up with our truck, the Marines are always happy to see us.” The arrival of the truck helps build morale for the Marines. “It’s something to look forward to,” said Lance Cpl. Mark Sullivan, a Marine with 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 6. “I really appreciate any time they show up.” The size of the base often dictates how long the store will stay. Sometimes it will travel to several bases on the same day, on other bases the store will stay for two or three days. Occasionally the team has been creative to reach the Marines. “We’ve actually set up our truck outside the wire,” said Sylvester. “There was one time we set up in a local town because the base couldn’t fit us.” Outside the wire is a military term that means being outside the walls and safety of the base. The team tries to hit each base every 21 days. The team serves between 1,500 to 2,000 Marines and average

300 to 500 Marines at each base. “Right now we have six bases that have less than 10 Marines,” said Sylvester. “As long as there is just one or two Marines at a location, we will try to get there.” The team usually travels by ground convoy between the bases. Improvised explosive devices are prevalent in Afghanistan, but the team focuses on the service they provide to the Marines and not the dangers involved in getting there. “We are out here to take care of the Marines,” said Sherrill. “It’s what I like about my job. I enjoy helping people.” The Marines appreciate the truck too, often trying to accommodate the team as much as possible. Sylvester said they often do not have power or housing when they reach their destination. He added the Marines bring them chow and water while the team works to keep the truck open. For the Marines, it is one way to say thank you. Soon the truck will pack up and leave this base. The team will head out to a new location in Helmand province and provide other Marines the opportunity to shop at the traveling mobile exchange.

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26th Marine Expeditionary Unit finishes training at Fort Pickett CPL. KYLE N. RUNNELS 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit

The ranges at Fort Pickett, Va., went cold for Marine Expeditionary Unit 26 as it concluded the first phase of its pre-deployment training program Sept. 21. This is the first major exercise the 26th MEU conducted since its composite as a complete Marine AirGround Task Force. “The day the MEU composited was the day we began our movement up to Fort Pickett,” said Col. Matthew G. St. Clair, 26th MEU commanding officer. “The MEU went from a command element of less than 200 Marines and sailors to 2,300 Marines and sailors.” Through the training at Fort Pickett, multiple ranges were utilized allowing the Marines to hone their skills in day and night patrols, and convoys utilizing a plethora of weapon systems including M-121 120mm mortar systems, Javelin shoulder-fired antitank missiles, and M-240B machine guns. Aside from a combat perspective, it

gave a chance for other units to field test new systems like Combat Logistics Battalion 26’s new lightweight water purification system. Aside from accomplishing multiple objectives on the 26th MEU’s mission essential task list, Lance Cpl. Michael Lazor, an assistant patrol leader from BLT 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marines, said Fort Pickett has helped to further develop his unit’s overall cohesiveness and bond between Marines at the fire team and squad levels. “From a training perspective, our focus here was on the individual and small unit level, the individual Marines, fire teams, squad and up to the platoon-size training. This is really the one opportunity in the larger six-month predeployment training package where Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marines, Combat Logistics Battalion 26 and the command element were able to work at the small unit tactical level. This is where you build your success. Its always our goal to master the basics of shooting, moving

and communicating, but if you are able to achieve success at the individual and small unit level, it really becomes the foundation for the larger-scale missions the MAGTF will execute at the company level.” Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 266 (Reinforced,) the MEU’s air combat element, directly assisted the ground units with necessary aviation support. While the Marines were heavily focused on executing and perfecting their training, St. Clair said he spent most of his days out on the ranges talking to the Marines of all levels, observing their performance, Photo by Cpl. Michael S. Lockett and feeling pleased in their The Marines of the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit pack up the operations abilities. center while preparing to depart Fort Pickett, Va., Sept. 21. “When you look at what is coming in the future for ience of the Marines. Sept. they were doing a very ba- plete the course to move the BLT at the company 18, Fort Pickett received sic fire team and movement onto the live firing piece. level, I can see they are go- excessive amounts of rain, course. It was a downpour They did it in those misering to have success due to which did not hinder any all day, and those Marines able conditions all day, but the success they have here of the Marines training. were on the range standing they were enthused and at the platoon and squad “One of the things that in the rain, doing their re- energetic, staying focused level. I am very confident really stood out is when hearsals. “I’m up, he sees and critiquing themselves in the capabilities they we were out with Battery me, I’m down” and boom, with a smile on their faces. have as the company raid K. They spent a lot of time down into the puddles; in It gave me a very good inforces.” with their 120mm mortars, the rain, in the mud, and dicator of the quality and St. Clair said of every- but this day they were fo- getting up with a smile on caliber of the Marines we thing he saw, the one thing cused on some very basic the face, looking eager and have in to this MEU to to stick out was the resil- fire team movement and anxious just to go and com- make it a MAGTF.”

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Cpl. Adrian Cuevas, a machine gun squad leader for Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, poses for a photograph recently on the flight deck of the USS Gunston Hall in the Gulf of Aden. The 24th MEU is deployed with the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group as a theater reserve force for U.S. Central Command and is providing support for maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet area of responsibility.

Cpl. Cuevas: Machine gunner dedicated to helping others SGT. RICHARD BLUMENSTEIN 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit

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pl. Adrian Cuevas experienced the horrors of war, and its lasting effects; now he wants to spend the rest of his life helping others through theirs. Cuevas is an Afghanistan war veteran on his third deployment and is currently serving as a machine gun squad leader for Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit. Cuevas is a combat veteran who was in more than a handful of fire fights, been hit by three improvised explosive devices, lost friends in battle, and experienced guilt from being sent home early from deployment. His story, while awe-inspiring, serves as just one of hundreds or perhaps thousands of stories told, and retold, by infantry Marines from his generation. The details may differ – times, dates, locations, Marines, missions – but the theme remains the same. Something bad followed by something heroic; there is loss, and there is the feeling nothing will ever quite be the same. Their stories are amazing and usually resemble a scene from an action movie. According to most Marines who tell them, there is no way to understand what they went through without having experienced something similar. Therein lies the issue with recov-

ering from the mental anguish of the battlefield. Too many Marines are uncomfortable reliving those events. Cuevas’ end of active service date is fast approaching, and he decided he wants to dedicate his life to helping people work through the anguish – the trauma he himself endured. “I am going back to school,” he said. “I want to be a counselor to help people out who went through what I went through.” Cuevas’s journey into the Marine Corps began like many other Marines – by meeting a Marine. After graduating from El Monte Adult School, he spent years working regular jobs. One of his coworkers was a former Marine and prior infantryman who regaled him with stories of his service, and Cuevas found himself longing to enlist. “I felt like it was something I had to do,” he said. “I already started my adult life, and I figured I would do it before I got too old.” At 24, Cuevas enlisted in the Marine Corps March 16, 2009, on an open infantry contract. Cuevas said at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, he met another Marine who inspired him and shaped his life’s path – his drill instructor. “He seemed like he was always squared away,” he said. “He was really hard on everyone but fair. He inspired me to choose the machine gunner path.”

Those decisions ultimately landed Cuevas in harm’s way during a deployment to Afghanistan in 2010. During the deployment, Cuevas said he made it a point to always ride in the lead vehicle. “I didn’t like to be anywhere else,” he said. The first time an IED struck his convoy was also the first time he engaged the enemy. The IED detonated three meters away from him, and showered him with dirt and debris. While waiting for the wrecker to transport the disabled vehicle, he and other Marines began taking fire from a nearby tree line. The engagement lasted 50 minutes. “It was the first time I got to shoot back and see them, see the rounds impact and everything,” he said. “You don’t think at all. Training takes over. It is not something people just say. It really does happen. If you think, you are probably really going to die.” But the engagement was not the last Cuevas would see. The last IED to hit him came at the end of his deployment and destroyed his Mine-Resistant, Ambush-Protected AllTerrain Vehicle, a large tactical vehicle specifically designed to withstand explosive blasts, and severely injured him. He received the Purple Heart Medal for his injuries. “It destroyed the whole back end of (the vehicle),” he said. “I got launched, I don’t know how high, like 30, 20 feet

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Water plant camera scanning for additional elemental mercury throughout the plant piping and reservoirs at the Hadnot Point Water Treatment Plant wrapped up Tuesday. The majority of the elemental mercury was captured where it was originally found in the removed pipe clamp on the effluent line inside the plant, downstream of the pressure gauge location. While cameras did pick up what was thought to be additional traces of mercury in the plant piping system, the amounts were too small to be accurately quantified or identified as such. In the latter phases of the investigation, one droplet of elemental mercury was discovered beyond the outlet pipe that feeds into one of two

treated water reservoirs, roughly equal in volume to two BB pellets. All other visual inspections from the tanks to high lift pumps and discharge header revealed no traces of mercury. Any insoluble mercury identified in the plant piping will be removed during Phase II cleanup efforts. Most importantly, tests and visual inspections have indicated no elemental mercury made it into the water distribution system. Efforts are underway to award a contract that will jet-clean all plant piping, remove and replace the media in the filter beds, and clean out the two water reservoirs. An initial contractor site visit for this clean-up contract was scheduled yesterday, but since a contract has not been awarded yet, it is highly likely the plant will remain offline longer than the 2 weeks initially projected.

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in the air. I had cuts on my face. I had three compression fractures in my lower back.” Despite his wounds, Cuevas said he felt guilty from being sent home early because the rest of his unit continued to operate in harm’s way. “I went through so much guilt,” he said. “From the time I was hurt, wounded, all the way until the time I got back to Camp Lejeune. Really bad depression … I went from having 10 other guys, my squad, everyday to being completely by myself in my own room.” Cuevas said he found comfort in talking to other Marines with similar experiences, and in time, recovered from his wounds. The comfort, he said, is why Cuevas wants to now spend his life helping others. He intends to use his Post 9/11 G.I. Bill to attain a bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences after he completes his enlistment. “Actually, just talking to people helped a lot,” he said. “I am not as guilty as I was before. A little bit of guilt, but not as much. It’s why I want to help people who went through exactly what I went through.” Cuevas, along with 2,300 other Marines and sailors with the 24th MEU, is presently deployed with the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group as a theater reserve force for U.S. Central Command, and is providing support for maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet area of responsibility.

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Battalion Landing Team blows down doors CPL. KYLE N. RUNNELS

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ith a dark c l o u d looming overhead and rain pouring, Marines with Headquarters and Service Company, Battalion Landing Team, 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit conducted an urban mobility breaching exercise at Fort Pickett, Va., recently. “The reason for urban breach-

ing is to have dynamic entry,” said Lance Cpl. Luke Reynolds, BLT assaultman. “If you are outside, and they know you are, you don’t want to kick in the door because they are probably going to be waiting for you. So, if you are using explosives on a target … they have no clue what just happened. It makes it a lot safer for your Marines and yourself to push to the objective, and get done what has to be done.” 1st Lt. Ryan Holland, BLT 3rd Bn., 2nd Marines’ Engineer Platoon commander, said his Marines were rehearsing

and perfecting their art of urban breaching. In their training, they were working with six-man teams – each man entrusted with responsibilities important to their success. Utilizing a blast blanket to take the blunt of the explosions, the Marines were safeguarded from any debris. Two Marines held the responsibility to make sure a passageway was created. One as the primary breacher utilizing explosives and the other as a backup, mechanical breacher, using any number of tools including sledgehammers, bolt

cutters, or halligan tactical entry tools in case the initial charge didn’t have its intended effects on a target. A halligan tool is a multipurpose breaching tool used to get in between doors and pry them outward. It is also used for breaking out windows and clearing sharp edges once a window is shattered. Taking into consideration the vulnerabilities the assault man ensues while setting a charge, the rest of the stick provides security from the front, flank and rear. With the added element of

rain, the Marines had to adapt to their environment by overcoming obstacles they came across, like making hooks out of tape and hanging the charges from the door handles since the explosives wouldn’t stick to the water-soaked doors. Holland said the excursion to Fort Pickett was extremely beneficial because it allowed the Marines to focus on their training. It eliminated the distractions being on your home base encompassed, granting the battalion the ability to absorb and understand the material being taught.

One man’s passion to cook pushes him to serve country CPL. MARK GARCIA

Regional Command Southwest

When Staff Sgt. Juan Contreras first joined the Marine Corps he had no idea where the journey would lead him. Contreras, a senior adviser with the food service contact team, I Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group (Forward), originally came into the Marine Corps as an administration clerk. “I decided to join the Marine Corps as an administration clerk during my first enlistment,” said Contreras. “Sixty days prior to getting out of the Marine Corps, I was sent to go do mess duty. During my time, the chief mess cook got me to start helping out with cooking, and I picked it up quick. Then two weeks before I was supposed to get out, I submitted a package to switch jobs, and I got approved to be an actual food service guy. I don’t regret the decision at all either. I’ve really enjoyed my time in food service.” Contreras enlisted in the Marine Corps at the age of 18. He’s serving on his fifth combat deployment 19 years later. Contreras was also a part of three humanitarian assistance missions while attached to a Marine Expeditionary Unit. “Every deployment I’ve gone on is based off of what my grandfather, who was prior military told me. He used to say all veterans’ cemeteries are full of honorable and courageous people, not cowards,” Contreras said. “So it’s the reason I always go where I go. It’s what makes me come out here.” During his previous deployments, Contreras was with infantry units or with a regimental combat team. He is currently serving on his last deployment before retiring next year. During this three-month deployment, Contreras travels from one base to another ensuring Marines are getting the proper nutrition. “I look at this deployment as a gift, to be able to go to all these bases and see what direction the job is going since I came into it,” Contreras said. “When I go to these bases, I sit down and look at all the orders the Marine who is cooking has. I make sure he’s ordering each thing Marines rate while they’re out here. I conduct sanitation classes, preventive maintenance of the equipment they use to cook and inventories of everything they have. I just go from place to place making sure they have everything they need to be set up for success.” For Contreras, food services has the ability to change the attitudes at an entire base. “Food service is the morale booster out at these (forward operating bases) because if you have bad food, people are going to have bad attitudes,” Contreras said. “So having a good cook with a good attitude creates a big difference. One thing that I try to do is boost the morale when I come out to these places.” Contreras’ love of cooking doesn’t stop with the Marine Corps. Once retired, Contreras plans on receiving an education in business management and opening his own seafood restaurant. “Three years after my retirement, I plan on opening my SEE COOK 11A

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Maj. Gen. Charles M. Gurganus, Commander of International Security Assistance Force Regional Command Southwest, recognizes the coordination of successful operations by the DCoPs from Marjah and Nad Ali Districts of Helmand province to repel insurgent attacks. Shadi Khan and Omar Jan, the DCoPs from Marjah and Nad Ali Districts of Helmand province worked side-by-side and demonstrated great professionalism in their ability to work together and use the skill of their police forces. Omar Jan mounted a major clearance operation September 22 after receiving several threat warnings against checkpoints. He organized a force of approximately 100 AUP resulting in the death of three insurgents and the capture of 15 detainees who were transferred to Lashkar Gah. This was a highly complex security operation which demonstrated the AUP's awareness of the enemy and the ability to coordinate resources, including manpower and ammunition, as well as capture insurgents for prosecution. The strong leadership, professionalism and courage which enabled these brave police to conduct these successful security operations against the enemy shows the continued growth and effectiveness of Afghan police.


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Jewish Marines and sailors were able to celebrate Sukkot for the first time in Afghanistan with a kosher Sukkah, or temporary dwelling, used during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, Oct. 3. Lt. Cmdr. Neal Kreisler, the Marine Aircraft Group 11 command chaplain and Rabbi brought the structure from America specifically for deployed service members to be able to celebrate the Jewish High Holy days in Afghanistan.

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Sukkot Holiday aboard Camp Leatherneck brings joy to Jewish service members SGT. JAMES MERCURE

Regional Command Southwest

The Jewish holiday of Sukkot is celebrated by Jews around the world and when Lt. Cmdr. Neal Kreisler, the Marine Aircraft Group 11 command chaplain and Rabbi, arrived here he brought a piece of the holiday with him. Traveling from Marine Corps Air Station Miramar with his chaplain’s assistant Sgt. Steven Hurt, they brought a kosher Sukkah, or a small dwelling used outside the home during the holiday, that those practicing Judaism believe represents the Clouds of Glory by which the Israelites were protected after their exodus from Egypt.

“The Sukkah represents God’s protection of the Jewish people who wandered in the desert on their way to Israel,” Kreisler explained. “We still feel protected in this temporary dwelling, because we know it is God who provides protection. The Sukkah also symbolizes the temporary sojourn we all make on this earth. By contemplating the transience of human life, Jews are able to focus during the festival of Sukkot on the eternal principles and truths that connect us with eternity." During the holiday, those practicing the faith will conduct their normal daily tasks in the Sukkah, including eating and sleeping while in the shelter. As part of the ceremony for the holiday the Jewish people

take a palm branch, a willow branch, a myrtle branch and a small piece of citrus fruit called an Etrog. “These represent the four types of Jewish people, each characterized by different levels of Torah observance,” Kreisler explained. “We point the Etrog and branches north, south, east, west, up and down, binding them together, as part of the ceremony,” Kreisler said. While in transit, a piece of the Sukkah was lost and Rabbi Kreisler enlisted the help of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133 to build the missing components. While the Sukkah was under construction, a petty officer walked by and recognized the structure immediately.

“I was shocked,” said Petty Officer Third Class Aaron Hutnick, a Seabee with NMCB-133 who also practices Judaism. “I saw a Rabbi building the walls and then it hit me they were building a Sukkah. It means a lot that they would send a Rabbi all the way out here to celebrate the holiday, and to have the Seabees be a part of it is pretty powerful.” For Hutnick and the other Jewish service members in attendance, celebrating the holiday was like having a home away from home. “Typically you would sit in the Sukkah, and eat and drink with family,” Hutnick explained. “But the Marines and sailors out here are like family so it means just as much.”

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Miami Dolphins cheerleaders visit deployed Marines CPL. ED GALO

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Cheerleaders and former players from the Miami Dolphins visited Marines aboard Camp Leatherneck Afghanistan, Oct. 1 through 3. The four cheerleaders and two Dolphins alumni came as part of a USO tour geared toward boosting morale for deployed service members. For some of the visitors, this was their first time working with service members. For others, it was something they’d done many times before. “This is my first time in Afghanistan, but this is my fourth military tour,” said Samantha Ruiz, a fourth year Miami Dolphins cheerleader. “I’ve been to Curacao, I’ve been to Honduras, I’ve been to Cuba.” During their trip, they toured Camp Leatherneck and

spoke with different service members around the base. “The trip has been amazing so far,” she said. “It’s definitely impacted my life. It’s made me grateful for what I have at home. It’s made me realize you guys are the bravest people we’ve ever met. You guys are our heroes.” Ruiz said her favorite part of the trip was shooting sniper rifles and flying in a helicopter. The cheerleaders also performed on stage for the service members. During a break in the performances, Troy Drayton and O.J. McDuffie jumped up to the stage and asked those in attendance a few Miami Dolphins trivia. Those who answered correctly were given Dolphin memorabilia. “It’s just the right thing to do,” said Drayton who played tight end for the Dolphins from 1996-2000. “It’s important to let the troops know we support them because they make it safe for us to be home and sleep

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Staff Sgt. Juan Contreras, a senior advisor with the food service contact team, I Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group (Forward), cooks lobster for Marines and sailors at Combat Outpost Fiddlers Green Sept. 27. Contreras is currently serving on his fifth combat deployment. COOK FROM 10A own seafood restaurant around the San Diego area,” Contreras said. “Ten or 15 years down the road, I see myself opening up another one or two restaurants. I’d like to have a least two restaurants with the same name and same menu.” Contreras credits his drive and his love for cooking to family members. “I got my hard work ethic from my dad, and I got all the discipline from my grandfather,” Contreras said. “I inherited the cooking skills from my mom. Everything just comes natural for me. I know all the Armed Forces recipe cards off the top of

at night. So it’s good for them to know we’re thinking about them back home.” Drayton is also no stranger on working with troops. This is his fourth time visiting service members. “The things I experienced out here are amazing,” he said. “You don’t realize the things the military goes through until you’re actually out here, and you actually experience those things.” Drayton said his favorite part about this visit was just being around the troops. “It’s a brotherhood you really can’t explain,” he said. “I know there is a camaraderie with football players and being in the NFL, but this is the biggest camaraderie in the world. Being a part of the United States military is a brotherhood in itself and only a few are chosen to be in that brotherhood, so it’s definitely a great honor.”

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1st Lt. Chad Menacher, a Marine with 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, dives into the first of many mud pits at the Step Up For Soldiers’ Combat Mud Run in Wilmington, N.C., Oct. 6.

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(Above) Ashley Buzzi climbs up a tire wall to complete an obstacle during the Step Up For Soldiers’ Combat Mud Run in Wilmington, N.C., Oct. 6. Buzzi completed the race in 43 minutes and 31 seconds. (Right) Travis Williams clears a wooden hurdle at the halfway point of the Combat Mud Run hosted by Step Up For Soldiers, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping injured service members and their families restore their quality of life after returning from deployment. Williams completed the mud run in 33 minutes and 46 seconds, and finished the race in 37th place.

forms of letters of encouragement, signs tied to fence posts, and yellow ribbons around trees and hung on doors. Sometimes, shows of support take unconventional form. Once in a while, displays of love and support for the United States military involves getting down and dirty for a good cause. “The first Step Up For Soldiers’ Combat Mud Run had more than 600 people come out to it last spring,” said event coordinator Steve Ritter. “We were really impressed and surprised with the turnout of the first event, and decided to hold a second one in the fall.” Step Up For Soldiers, a nonprofit organization founded in Wilmington, N.C., in 2004, began with a simple wish. Founder Tom Russell wanted to build wheelchair ramps for National Guardsmen who were SEE MUD 7B


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Slipping temperatures, fish seek warmer waters

Anglers up and down the North Carolina coastline, it’s time to jump on the weather roller-coaster and cruise down temperature hill. It’s the time of year where the weather is unpredictable and tends to fluctuate between two extremes. After a nice cool down and strong mullet blows, we experienced a rocking heat wave last week. Bait was nearly nonexistent, hurting fishing and leaving anglers muttering about the perils of the indian summer. Luckily, this week we are back into autumn. Hopefully we can hold onto the cool weather long enough to help bait move back in the area and lure predators onto the lines of waiting anglers. The lack of mullet and anchovies along the surf zone visibly muted last week’s surf action. Plenty of bluefish and Spanish mackerel were caught, along with drum and trout, but there was noticeably less being caught than in the previous weeks. The flounder catches were sparse last week, just like everything else. Several anglers

shared their top–secret fishing holes with me after landing flounder, drum, spots, pompano and sea mullet despite the sudden temperature change. According to these anglers, the best places to fish last weekend were near the Ft. Macon rock jetty and along the Atlantic Beach surf. While many anglers were having a hard time catching a variety of fall fish last week, one thing was staying consistent. The king mackerel bite was on fire along the Crystal Coast. The east side of the Camp Lookout Shoals was full of king and Spanish mackerel, some as large as eight pounds. Anglers along Bogue Banks were thrilled to be able to hook mackerel as soon as they tossed their line into the water, filling their coolers quickly. The king mackerel bite was a blessing in disguise to anglers competing in the Bogue Pier annual king mackerel tournament. At least four large fish were reeled in after several days of disappointment. The upswing in the mackerel bite helped end the tournament week on an exciting note. One angler, who took to the water in his kayak to paddle his way into the middle of the menhaden schools, made sure to show pier anglers his sizable catch, a 26pound king mackerel. There were plenty of Spanish and kings at the 30-minute Rock, 1700-Rock and artifi-

cial reef 285 last week. There were still plenty of wahoo in the area as well, especially in the waters east of the Cape Lookout Shoals in the same areas and also a monster wahoo claimed to be near 100-pounds out at the Knuckle Buoy. Speaking of the Cape Lookout Shoals, the false albacore bite, after a couple of disappointing years, was excellent from Shark Island all the way down to Beaufort Inlet. With the wahoo, king and Spanish mackerel bite now hot, can we expect the pendulum to swing for Bluefin tuna and striper fishing. Only time will tell, but maybe this year weather and menhaden availability will be right for a good season. Creek and sound fishing also picked up last week. Red drum and speckled trout were caught in the marshes, particularly in areas like the Haystacks and the Middle Marshes near Emerald Isle. While anglers certainly saw some large speckled trout behind Bear Island and near Bogue Inlet, it is worth noting speckled trout can still be caught from piers, as long as timing is on your side. The current bag limit for speckled trout is four fish per day. Gray trout are biting around Beaufort Inlet and the Causeway Bridge, as well as the Morehead City bridge and train trestle. Of course, the bag limit is still only one fish per day. Spots, wherefore art thou spots? These diminutive fish of the drum family are some of the most sought-af-

ter fish in the fall, and are caught only off the North Carolina coast, making them a beloved delicacy of all locals, and highly sought after by seafood markets and local restaurants. Luckily, the spots are starting to show up right on schedule. Fish are caught in decent numbers around the drawbridge in Beaufort, the Emerald Isle Bridge and at the local fishing piers. It is worth noting while there are spots caught from the piers, the majority are caught in the evening and late night, rather than during the middle of the day or early morning hours. Speaking of piers, here is the pier update. Oceanana pier reported catches of bluefish, spots, flounder and Spanish mackerel. Seaview pier reported sea mullet, spots, flounder, bluefish, pompano, red and black drum. The Surf City pier reported bluefish, pompano, flounder, Spanish and king mackerel caught last week. Two large king mackerel, weighing in at 22 and 27 pounds respectively, were reeled in from the Surf City pier last week. The Jolly Roger pier also saw a nice collection of king mackerel last week, along with catches of spots, bluefish, hogfish, flounder, pompano, drum and Spanish mackerel. The Ask Dr. Bogus Fishing show can be heard every Monday morning at 7:30 on 107.1 FM and 1240 AM, and can be accessed on the Coastal Daybreak Facebook page at any time.

See you around, Chipper

Chipper Jones ends career with controversy

I don’t think Chipper Jones imagined his great exit from major league baseball would strike quite as much controversy as it did. Nonetheless, Jones’ last game with the Atlanta Braves swirled with controversy, anger and frustration last weekend, after the retiring third-basemen made a crucial error during his last professional game, ending his world-renown career with a devastating 6–3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. The error in question, in which Jones sent the ball sailing over the head of second-base teammate Dan Uggla, led to the Cardinals scoring three runs in a row before the Braves managed to gather their wits about them. Paired with two other throwing errors toward the end of the game, Jones’ last professional

game was a disappointment to him and the legacy he was prepared to leave for the fans who showed fierce loyalty to him through his career. The disappointment wasn’t over, though. When Andrelton Simmons’ pop fly was disputed by umpires, it led to a 19-minute delay as the crowds in the stands rained trash upon the field. Jones, already devastated from his own error and lack of hitting during the game, sat quietly in the dugout as his career ended without the pomp and circumstance he imagined. As angry and distraught fans threw trash at the umpires who called the error, Jones chastised his fans, asking them not blame the umpires for another’s abilities. His willingness to take the blame for the disputed call and shoulder the blame for his teams loss on his last night of professional play proved exactly what a classy athlete Jones was through his career. With the same calm demeanor his fans grew to expect over his career with the Atlanta Braves, Jones took to his last night on the field with grace and dignity.

During the game, he kept his mind in the game, made no spectacle and did not draw attention to himself. Even when a small group of Chipper-faithfuls remained near the dugout after the end of the game, Jones never returned to take bask in the spotlight. “I’ll be OK,” Jones told the Associated Press in an interview after his devastating loss. “When you walk out of here knowing you brought it every day, it makes walking away on the final day a little bit easier.” If you are a football fan or know somebody who is, join the Globe’s Football Fantasy weekly contest. For more information visit www. camplejeuneglobe.com/football or check out 3B for this week’s Football Forecast. Keep up with Lejeune Sports and the rest of the Globe online. Access more information by visiting www.camplejeuneglobe.com or be our friend on the MCB Camp Lejeune Globe Facebook page. Don’t forget to follow the @LejeuneGlobe Twitter account. Feel free to leave me a tweet @GlobeJessie.

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Jujitsu Tonight, 6:30 to 9 p.m. Learn the art of weaponless self defense using throws, holds and blows from a 6th degree black belt. Dominate your attacker by using his weight, strength and energy against him. Located next to Goettge Memorial Fieldhouse in building 39, the cost of this class is $50 per month. The amount should be paid the first class of each month. This class is open to all authorized Department of Defense identification cardholders. For more information visit www.mccslejeune.com/martialarts or call 451-4724. Youth Sports’ winter programs registration Today through Oct. 19 The youth sports office will accept earlybird registration for its winter cheer and basketball programs at the youth sports office. The registration fee is $30. Both programs are open to all authorized DoD identification cardholders children, ages 6 through 15. Basketball players must be measured in height at the time of registration. After programs fill to capacity, parents may add their child to the waiting list. For more information visit www.mccslejeune.com. Beirut Memorial 10K run Saturday, 8 a.m. This run is a scenic flat asphalt course that winds through Marine Corps Base Camp Johnson, the Knox Housing Area and historical Montford Point. This is a run to remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. Day-of registration will be available from 6 to 7:30 a.m. This race is open to the public. All registration fees are non-refundable. Teams must register each individual participant for counting and bib purposes. Credit card registration is available only online. To register online visit www.active.com. To register in person visit the Area 2 Fitness Center. Cash and checks are accepted. The Beirut Memorial 10K is part of the 2012 Grand Prix Race Series. For more information visit www.mccslejeune. com/grandprix. Third Annual freestyle wrestling invitational Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Showcase your skills at this round-robin style tournament. The tournament is free and open to all active-duty personnel. Marines who win their bracket will be offered the opportunity to try out for the All-Marine Wrestling Team. The tournament will be held in the Area 5 Gym, home of the All-Marine Wrestling Team. On-site registration and weigh-in will begin at 8:30 a.m. Wrestling will begin at 9:30 a.m. For more information visit www.mccslejeune.com/sports.


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Devil Pups heat up action on courts had in their match against Jones Senior High School. Bradley took to the court for a At first glance, most people singles match in the early afternoon, wouldn’t pay much attention to the winning 6-1 over her opponent. It’s Paradise Point tennis courts. The her style of play, Teegarden said, green-fenced courts are difficult to that keeps her undefeated in Katherine Bradley, LHS class of 2013 view from the road, and the lack conference. of noise doesn’t paint a picture of “We don’t have power players on competitiveness. the team,” explained Teegarden. “I But behind those green tarps and try to teach skill by giving them the fences, a fire is burning, and the ability to play smartly. Devil Pups are rallying around it. “Kat does just that,” he added. The women of Lejeune High “She plays smart by using her School’s tennis team are racking up strengths and playing to her oppoa number of season wins in both sinnent’s weakness.” gles and doubles matches this year, Unlike many coaches, though, sending their opponents packing. Teegarden doesn’t teach simply to “We finished the season 4-6 and win. His measurement of success are third in the conference,” said will not be wrapped up in how many Devil Pups’ head coach Charles Teewins or losses the Devil Pups have garden. “We do the best we can with to their name. the transition of players from year to Instead, Teegarden’s hope is his year. Sometimes we are blessed.” student athletes will look back on Walking into the 2012 season, the the season with fond memories, and LHS women’s tennis team had a lot see where they grew as individuals to live up to. Coming to the courts and a team. with a firey background in 2011, the “I find success is being able to do girls were faced with the challenge of your best at what you enjoy doing,” living up to last year’s 12-2 record. said Teegarden. “Winning is what The co-champions of the Coastal happens when what you are doing is Plains conference in 2011, the 2012 done better than what your oppotennis team was determined to take nent can do. I am only trying to give it a step further this year. them the opportunity to do their Armed with Teegarden as their best. I don’t need to be successful. new coach, and a determination to “(I want) as many of them to be as strong a team as possible, the play in conference playoffs as can,” Devil Pups took to the courts with Teegarden added. “I want them to fire blazing in their eyes and hearts. play with confidence in themselves “Tennis is like my obsession,” and end the season with sorrow admitted Katherine Bradley, a senior it’s ended, instead of happiness it’s with three years of LHS tennis team finally over, but also pleased with experience. “I love to play, and it’s the outcome.” really invigorating to be part of a With conference playoffs right Photo by Jessie Heath around the corner, Teegarden and sport that gets you up and moving.” Katherine Bradley, a senior on the Lejeune High School tennis team, keeps one his team are already preparing who As a child, Bradley was introduced to tennis by her grandmother. eye on the ball as she draws back her racket during a singles match at the will represent them. By the age of 10, she was learning to Paradise Point tennis courts aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Oct. 4. “Kat Bradley and Brigid Detreux volley and growing in her knowledge Bradley and her teammates played their last home match of the season against will compete as singles. Maggie Jones Senior High School, ending their regular season 4-6. of the sport. Donovan and Caroline Christmas She joined the LHS tennis team will be our 1st doubles, and Alyssa after making the commitment to Perez and Cindy Snyder will be our end of their regular season, Bradley said we all see it in ourselves as well.” become more involved in her school and the individual attention Teegarden gives “It’s hard to give everyone individual 2nd doubles at conference,” explained community her sophomore year. From Teegarden. each athlete on the team helps create a attention when there are so many of there, Bradley began to play competithriving atmosphere. them and only one of me,” admitted tively, and worked her way to the top of “We have a really incredible coach,” Teegarden. “We have routines and drills For more information on the LHS the chain. womens’ tennis team visit www. said Bradley. “He helps us with a lot of they all go through to help with their Bradley, who is currently undefeated am.dodea.edu/lejeune/LHS. For a one–on–one coaching time. This year play. Much of their hard work pays off, in the Coastal Plains conference credfull list of upcoming sporting events or he’s helped me with my serving consisbut the rest is heart.” ited the team spirit and eager coaching available fall sports visit http://www. tency. He’s very patient and supportive With the conference playoffs loomstaff with the Devil Pups’ successful am.dodea.edu/lejeune/LHS/Pages/ of our goals as student athletes. He sees ing over them last week, the Devil Pups season thus far. As they approach the Fall%20Sports%20Schedule1213-web. improvement in everyone, and I think knew they had to give everything they JESSIE HEATH Sports editor

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2/8 Marines hold Battalion Olympics CPL. MARCO MANCHA 2nd Marine Division

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he Marine sprints across the green stretch of field with the opponent tailing closely behind. He looks back and sees his fellow warriors battling to protect their captain from being brought d down. Less than a second l later, he spots his target s spiraling toward him bef fore diving to save it from h hitting the ground. “Touchdown,” yells t referee from the the s sidelines as the Mar rine picks himself o the ground off t celebrate to t successthe f catch ful a victoriand o football game. ous Second Batt talion, 8th Marine R Regiment, 2nd Mar rine Division gave t their weathered c camouflage utilit a week-long ties b break to carry out a battalion size O Olympics p promoting u unit cohes sion and

competitive spirits. The week kicked off with several events to include flag football, soccer, basketball, softball, Volleyball and a 5k run. One Marine, who nearly led his team to the finals, agreed the event brought out the competitive edge in his Marines. “We had a good group of guys, and we just played played, ” said Sgt. Sgt Robert played,” Medel, a platoon sergeant with 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines. We played hard and had fun

doing it.” The fun and excitement continued through the week, and truly gave the Marines and sailors within the battalion a break from the stressors of continuous training. “It was nice to see us catch a break, and just gget out and p y ball,” , play said Cpl. Patrick Tep, a training noncommissioned

officer with 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines. The battalion commander for 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines, Lt. Col. Kevin Clark, said Marines are continuously preparing for the battles ahead, and he wanted to remind them preparp y ingg for a deployment is a marathon as opposed to a sprint. “They They must be patient, patient but know it is still okay to unwind and have a little fun while building teamwork,” Clark continued. “Our goal for the 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines Olympics this week, was simple; build teamwork, cohesion, Esprit de Corps, and have fun. “Those intangibles are equally, if not more important than any field evolution. Without them, I don’t think we can be nearly as effective as our nation demands,” he concluded. Some of the more unique events included the threegun competition, in which a team of three Marines started the timed event by running 500 meters before firing three different weapons from three different positions at varying distances. The three-gun competition, as well as all the Photo by Cpl. Marco Mancha

Marines and sailors with 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment compete in a soccer game as part of the 2/8 Olympics. The unit gave their weathered camouflage utilities a week-long break to carry out a battalion size Olympics promoting unit cohesion and competitive spirits.

Photo by Cpl. Marco Mancha

Marines and sailors with 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment compete in a flag football game as part of the Olympics. The unit gave their weathered camouflage utilities a week-long break to carry out a battalion Olympics to promote unit cohesion. other eve events, ents, led up to the Strong-Man Competition, Strong-M Man Compe was the final event which w for the 2 Battalion, 8th 2nd Battalio Marines’ Marines’ Olympics. hundreds of MaThe h rines and crowded d sailors cro the 80-m 80-meter meter stretch of concretee to cheer on their teams. A rigorous After the rig w includ event, which included -ups, a tow bar 100 pullpull-ups, carry relay, rellay, tire flip relay meter humv and 80-m 80-meter humvee push, thee entire batt battalion formed up awards u for an aw presentaation not per presentation pertainhe competiti ing to th the competition. Threee young Ma Marines arded Navy Comwere awa awarded mendatio on Medals for mendation renderin ng first aid d rendering during two–caar vehicle ac a two–car accihere one veh dent, wh where vehicle ire. They fo caught fi fire. fought u emerge the fire until emergency services arrived. After congratulat congratulating

the Marines for their heroic efforts, Clark gathered his Marines for his final words before awarding the trophies well deserved by each of the companies. “This week was a good break for our battalion, and it was well deserved. 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines experienced several deployment date changes, and over the past several months, we never let off the gas.” explained Clark. “Frankly, we needed to take a knee. “The Marines enjoyed themselves, and I suspect our small unit leaders will further exploit opportunities to develop teamwork, cohesion, and Esprit de Corps through sports and the spirit of competition,” Clark concluded.

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1st Lt. Chad Menacher, a Marine with 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, dives the first of many mud pits during the Step Up For Soldiers’ Combat Mud Run in Wilmington, N.C., Oct. 6. MUD FROM 1B ramps for National Guardsmen who were injured in combat. What started as a simple idea grew into a much larger outreach program. With the help of local businesses and news media, Step Up For Soldiers was born of individuals and community leaders who embraced the importance of assisting combat-injured veterans as they returned from tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. To help raise funds necessary to support all five branches of the military, the organization hosted their first combat mud run last spring. The inaugural event drew so many participants, Step Up For Soldiers decided to commit to a second mud run on the outskirts of Wilmington, N.C., Oct. 6. “Mud runs have grown increasingly popular in the last few years,� said Ritter. “When we were planning the first event, we tried to think about what would draw people.� In planning the second combat mud run, Ritter fed off the feedback he and his team received from the first run. They added more obstacles, different challenges, and included some new trials for runners to endure. “We put in a bunch of black tarps in one of the mud pits,� explained Ritter before the event began Saturday. “We wanted to simulate total darkness. When you go into the mud and you come up, you have no idea where you are because you can’t see anything.� With such a large turnout, the second Step

Up For Soldiers’ Combat Mud Run was split into two parts. The individual race was held in the morning, while the team race took place in the afternoon. As individual participants gathered their race packets the morning of the event, they pinned on bibs and secured their clothing. Without knowing what challenge lay hidden behind the treeline of the forest surrounding the start and finish lines, runners stepped out in faith that their participation in the event was for a good cause. “The race starts with a tire flip,� Ritter explained. “We have different sized tires lined up and participants have to flip them three times one direction and three times the other. Then, from there they go onto the next challenge.� To help participants keep a smooth flow from one event to the next without bottle-necking any of the obstacles along the 3.2-mile course, runners were staggered. Their start times were recorded to ensure everyone was properly timed, and they began the race in groups of four or five. As soon as the first group cleared the tire flip, the second group was called to start. “If you are having a hard time with one obstacle, and a friend wants to come help you, they can do so,� Ritter told the runners. “However, after they help you, they have to go back and do the challenge themselves. Good luck.� In addition to the tire flip, runners took part in

Soccer Standings STANDINGS AS OF OCT. 5 Intramural Outdoor League

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a sandbag throw, balance beam exercises, climbed several tire walls, ducked beneath fallen trees, waded through swamps and low crawled through mud pits covered with barbed wire. By the time they made their way across the finish line, every participant was dripping with sweat and mud, but kept a smile on their faces, secure in the knowledge their trek through uncharted waters was worth their time. Following the completion of the race, every runners was presented with a keychain, a token of appreciation from the Step Up For Soldiers organization. During the awards ceremony, division winners were given an engraved mug as a symbol of appreciation. “When you come to something like this combat mud run, it’s about finishing the race, of course, but also about the experience,� said Ritter. “We want people to come out and have a good time. Hopefully they will do just that. We love when people come join us for our events. This mud run has grown beyond what we ever imagined.�

Photos by Jessie Heath

(Above) Simon Blackburn runs through the woods with a camcorder strapped to his chest during the Step Up For Soldiers’ combat mud run in Wilmington, N.C., Oct. 6. The second mud run of the year drew more than 500 people for an obstacle-style race to test endurance and help raise money for service members and their families. (Left) Atwood Boyd slides down a tarp waterslide during the Step Up for Soldiers’ combat mud run in Wilmington, N.C., Oct. 6. Boyd completed the obstacle-course race in 41 minutes and 44 seconds, taking part in all 21 obstacles on the course.

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Things get ‘Chili’ at 22nd MEU SGT. AMBER BLANCHARD

22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit

Autumn is upon the Carolina coast – football fans are tailgating, Marines and sailors are airing out their cold-weather gear, and the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit is getting a little “chili” on a Friday afternoon. Marines, sailors, family readiness assistants and volunteers with the 22nd MEU donned their favorite football team jerseys and showed off their culinary skills during a unit chili cook-off aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune recently. Instead of their usual monthly potluck lunch, the 22nd MEU hosted a chili cook-off to promote competition among the sections. The event was also an opportunity for the MEU’s family readiness assistants and volunteers, who were conducting training, to spend some time with their families, as well as the Marines and sailors they support. “I thought of having a chili cook-off as a kick-starter for the football season,” said Frank Smith, family readiness officer for the 22nd MEU. “The weather is starting to break a bit and, I thought we should get the SEE CHILI 2C

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Service members with Landing Support Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 27, 2nd Marine Logistics Group flip a tire during the endurance course at Battle Skills Training School aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune recently. The participants were forced to use teamwork to get the tire from one location to another before moving on to the next obstacle. COURTESY STORY

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Gunnery Sgt. Trever Nelson, logistics chief for the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit, stands beside his pot of chili during the 22nd MEU chili cook-off aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune recently. Nelson and his section won the competition with his winning chili recipe.

The murky, humid land surrounding Battle Skills Training School here is an environment only the creepiest of crawlies could love – unless it’s time for training. Marines and sailors with Landing Support Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 27, 2nd Marine Logistics Group fought through the endurance course at BSTS here recently. Their gear was filthy. Camouflage uniforms were unrecognizable. Mud could be found in the deepest crevices of their souls, but none of it was a factor

at the end of the day. “This gets the Marines together, and builds unit cohesion and teamwork,” said Capt. Joe Saunders, the commanding officer for the company. “It gives them a chance to get in teams, work together and push each other. ”The troops continuously helped one another throughout the course by lending a hand or giving words of encouragement. “If we did stuff like this more often, it would definitely bring people closer together, and we will work well with each other,” said Lance Cpl. Joseph M. Tomes, a landing support specialist with the company.

The endurance course consisted of more than 10 obstacles, which spanned about three miles. For nearly an hour, troops pushed through challenges like crawling under barbed wire, climbing over walls and wading through muddy water. “This is the type of stuff Marines call home about and write to their families,” said Saunders. “I’m about to be 35 years old, and I feel like I’m in my 20s again. You don’t always get this opportunity.” Most of the Marines in the company said getting the opportunity to train with their peers in a different environment can bring the best out of Marines and sailors.

Former landowners’ legacy continues 71 years later PFC. JOSHUA W. GRANT

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

Oct. 7 marked the 23rd annual reunion for former landowners and their descendants who once owned property where Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune now stands. In 1939 a congressman from New Bern, N.C., levied for the purchase of 100,000 acres in order to build an amphibious training base that the Department of the Navy showed great interest in. MCB Camp Lejeune was originally named Marine Barracks, New River and was created through the use of imminent domain and the eviction of more than 700 families. Out of this unfortunate event, the organization Former Landowners of Camp Lejeune was formed, albeit unofficially in 1941. In 1989 the organization began holding annual reunions. In 1941 the cost of a home was only a few thousand dollars, but for many families, saving money for a home was a grueling task. Losing their home could be devastating. Appraised by uniform standards, most families were given only a few hundred dollars for their homes. At the time, land was two dollars an acre, and many families struggled to stay afloat. With only the money in their pockets and their possessions, people scattered far across the United States to find new places to live and start over, said Charlotte Dexter, coordinator for FLCL. In 1941 FLCL families tried to help one another through the struggle of losing their land in any way possible. An annual reunion became the way for those families to get together, share stories and photographs of what use to be their land. “It’s made up of the few living former land owners and the descendants of other families,” said Dexter. “It’s a way of reconnecting with old neighbors, for them to talk about the schoolhouse and the churches, and to share their story.” For more than 20 years, roughly 150 family members have made the journey from across the United States to meet old friends, tell their story and ensure the legacy of their families Courtesy photo never fades. With the help of Marine Corps Base Camp Leje- For more than 20 years former landowners and their descendants have reunited to discuss une children and grandchildren of former landowners will be their families’ legacies and remember their homes, which once stood where Marine Corps able to continue this tradition. Base Camp Lejeune is now built.


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Quarterly retiree town hall meeting keeps veterans informed PFC. JOSHUA W. GRANT

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

In the United States the national average retirement age is 67 but many service members retire far earlier in life. As retired service members get older, they deal with some health-related issues just as regular Americans but may not get information in the same way. Health related issues are a nagging fact of old age; it’s why Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune holds quarterly town hall meetings. The third meeting of the year, held Sept. 20, played host to many different leaders of NHCL, including Capt. Anne M. Swap, the hospital’s executive officer, and Command Master Chief Edward Moreno, to answer any questions the retirees may have. The retirees were educated about kidney disease, the symptoms of which include high protein in the urine and high blood pressure. Kidney disease can affect many retirees. “Most of us with the symptoms won’t recognize them,” said Paul W. O’Toole, a

retired colonel and the chairman for the retiree counsel. “We’ll just think we’re getting older.” Along with the educational part of the meeting, Swap announced the changes to the hospital due to the renovations underway. The information was important because some retirees rely on the hospital for medication or medical attention. The hospital also offered shingles vaccines for retirees aged 60 years and older as well as flu shots at the town hall meeting. “I enjoy these meetings, said retired Master Sgt. Patrick E. Libby. “You get excellent information, get to ask questions and find out what’s happening in the health community.” It was Libby’s second meeting. He said the information provided about chronic kidney disease was great, but the flu shot offering was a pleasant surprise. “If it wasn’t available today, I would have to come back another day,” said Libby. The next town hall meeting is scheduled for December; for more information contact 910-450-4300.

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Cpl. Edward Keller, a military policeman with 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, his wife Brandy and their daughter Lilly stand in front of their home in Jacksonville, N.C. Edward and Brandy recently aided a neighbor who was assaulted late one evening in their community.

Marine, wife rescue assaulted woman LANCE CPL. NIK S. PHONGSISATTANAK

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A desperate cry for help broke the silence of the night after a woman was assaulted in her home. The incident disrupted the peaceful Carolina Forest community, but fortunately members of the neighborhood were able to aid her. Cpl. Edward Keller, a military policeman with 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, and his wife Brandy were woken by cries from the assaulted women. “When I woke up I could hear her screaming, but I thought I was dreaming,” said Brandy. “I got up to look outside of my window, saw (the victim) and immediately yelled to my husband.” Edward rushed outside to help the victim. “She was bleeding from a wound above her eye, and she was completely naked,” said Edward. “I treated the wound by applying a compress to stop the bleeding, and my wife came out to give her clothes and a blanket.”

During all of this Edward watched and waited for the assailant to come out of the house, but he fled the scene through the back door. Edward was at home on convalescent leave recovering from an injury, but it didn’t stop help him from doing what was right. “I was hurting, but no one else went outside to help her,” said Edward. “If she was my wife, I would expect the same help from my neighbors. She didn’t even knock on my door, but I still came out. Perhaps the people around me weren’t used to the stress.” Edwards experience as a military policeman prepared him for situations such as this. “I provided everything I could as a first responder would,” said Edward. “Having the training helped greatly in the situation. I can’t even begin to explain how much it helped to know what to do. I am a military policeman, so it’s my job to protect.” Brandy said the incident was surreal to her because she never experienced anything like this in her life.

“It was like something out of a movie,” said Brandy. “It’s scary because this happened to my neighbor. Now I always make sure my deadbolt is locked.” The victim was taken to Onslow Memorial Hospital for medical treatment where she received 18 stitches for her injury, and the event was an eye opener for the community. Fliers were posted and handed out to residents to make them aware of the attack. The suspect managed to steal credit cards and other forms of identification, which he used at several establishments. The suspect’s face was captured on camera while attempting to use the cards, and he was apprehended by Jacksonville Police Department with all of the stolen items in his possesion. Residents said they did not expect a crime such as this to occur because of the presence of friendly and sociable families. Some residents were too busy to notice or were to afraid to react, while other residents, like the Kellers, were duty-bound.

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Paul W. O’Toole, a retired colonel and chairman of the retiree counsel, speaks with retirees about news in the community at the quarterly retiree town hall meeting at the Naval Hospital aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune recently. Leaders from the hospital attended the town hall meeting to help educate and answer any questions the retirees had. CHILI FROM 1C sections together and motivate them to compete.” Each section was encouraged to provide at least one batch of chili for the competition. Seven family readiness assistants and volunteers judged each batch in six categories: aroma, consistency, appearance, taste, aftertaste and heat. “Volunteers blind taste-tested each entry and graded each category on a scale of one to 10,” said Smith. “It’s about motivating the Marines to have a fun competition among their peers. If they’re having fun, the Marines are more apt to participate in these events.” Activities that bring the command’s Marines and sailors together with the family readiness assistants and volunteers enhance family readiness training and increase participation in the program. Participants seemed to enjoy the cook-off and the opportunity to spend some time at work wearing their team colors instead of digital camouflage. When the judging was finished, Gunnery Sgt. Trever Nelson, logistics chief for the 22nd MEU, stole the judges’ hearts and palates with his “T-K” chili. “It’s all about the palate,” said Nelson. “My wife did about 95 percent of the cooking, but I’m going to talk a lot of trash.”

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Sailors with 2nd Dental Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group pose for a photo during a suicide prevention walk aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Sept. 29. During the three-mile walk, 45 sailors and members of the Junior Enlisted Association trotted through the streets and roads of the French Creek area of the base.

2nd Dental Battalion conducts suicide awareness walk PFC. FRANKLIN MERCADO 2nd Marine Logistics Group

As Marines and sailors near on countless occasions at innumerable periods of military education and briefs, even one suicide is too many. With this year setting a new high for suicides across all military services, sailors with 2nd Dental Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group took it upon themselves to spread awareness during a Suicide Awareness Walk here, Sept. 29. During the three-mile walk, 45 sailors and members of the Junior Enlisted Association trotted through the streets and roads of the French Creek area of the base. The JEA is a program for sailors who are petty officers

third class and below. It is an avenue for junior sailors to not only voice their opinions, but also potentially impact their chain of command and community. “It was a great experience for it being the first time,” said Petty Officer 3rd Class Calvin B. Hanks, the president of the JEA. “We didn’t have much time to plan the event, but we had a good turnout.” It was the battalion’s first time conducting the event, and with it being the end of National Suicide Prevention and Awareness month, it seemed to be just the right time to bring everyone together for such an event. With suicide awareness being a hot-button issue, Hanks expressed how crucial it is to get the word out about events that promote understanding and knowledge. “I would have liked to have more advertisements and

involve other units,” he said. “Getting the word out is important. Next time we do this, we’re going to get much more people involved.” The goal for the event is to make the walk an annual occurrence and increase participation, which Hanks believes will encourage servicemembers to seek help and show they aren’t alone. “The more the numbers increase, the more knowledge is spread,” he said. “That’s the purpose of this, to show people they are not alone.” For more information on suicide prevention and awareness, service members can visit Marine Corps Community Services or contact their chain of command to learn how they can become part of the solution.


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Military members from Eastern North Carolina will have a new system of transportation available to them next month. Amtrak began providing two new Thruway bus service routes Oct. 3 to transport travelers from the coastal areas and connect with the Amtrak Palmetto train service at the Amtrak Station in Wilson, N.C. A large number of young and new services members from military installations such as Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, and Marine Corps Air Stations Cherry Point and New River reside in Eastern Carolina. Many of them may not have vehicles of their own, making the hunt for a means of transportation difficult or costly. “If you don’t have a vehicle it can be difficult to travel long distances from Jacksonville,” said Anthony Prinz, the metropolitan planning organization administrator with Jacksonville Metropolitan Planning Organization. “The (Thruway bus service) gives the Marines another

opportunity for increased mobility. I feel this will be a very convenient and cost effective form of transportation for our service members.” Catching a flight can be time consuming. Flyers are expected to arrive early to check in, and flights can be delayed and canceled. Sometimes flights may not be available. Purchasing tickets days before the date of a flight can also result in expensive ticket prices. With Amtrak’s Thruway service, passengers can book tickets by calling, using the website or utilizing Amtrak’s mobile application. Passengers can use the eTicketing system to print tickets or use a smartphone to present the eTicket. “Amtrak is very aggressive about implementing this service,” said Prinz. “They were successful with these types of systems in other parts of the county. They feel this is a great market and feel these shuttle services can be beneficial and helpful to the service members as well as the community.” For more information about Amtrak services visit www.Amtrak.com or call 1-800-USA-RAIL.

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Amtrak began servicing the area Oct. 3 with two Thruway bus service routes to the coastal areas and with a connection to the Amtrak Palmetto train service at the Amtrak Station in Wilson, N.C. With Amtrak’s Thruway service, passengers can book tickets by calling, using the website or utilizing Amtrak’s mobile application.

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(Above) Annmarie Raymond, Family Services Division director, gives thanks to participants and supporters of the Diamonds and Denim event at the Jacksonville Country Club recently. Raymond spoke of the good the Child Advocacy Center does. (Top right) Local band Notorious Clam Slammers brings live entertainment to the Diamonds and Denim event held at Jacksonville Country Club recently. This is the second consecutive year the band played at the Diamonds and Denim event. (Right) Food is prepared and served courtesy of Outback Steakhouse, to all attendees at the Diamonds and Denim event held at the Jacksonville Country Club recently. Steak, grilled chicken, salad, rice and cheesecake were served.

Diamonds, Denim fundraiser breaks record CPL. ANTHONY J. KIRBY

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

The record breaking Diamonds and Denim fundraiser, hosted at the Jacksonville Country Club, demonstrated how much the community really cares for kids recently. This year’s Diamonds and Denim fundraiser was more successful than all of the previous three, breaking its record for attendance and money raised. This fun-filled event came with live music, well-prepared food, drinks and laughter. The first Diamonds and Denim event was held in 2009. Diamonds and Denim is the annual fundraiser for the Child Advocacy Center

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After the brief, the doors to a mock seven-vehicle convoy were left open for the spouses and families to explore. “It’s nice for them to be able to interact with the vehicles and be able to see what we are doing so they are not in the dark,� said Cpl. Chris Gregor, a motor vehicle operator with the battalion whose family already supported him through three deployments. “When we come home tired at night, they’re always wondering what happened at work. Having them come here for this experience is how we show them what we deal with on a daily basis, what our jobs are and what it is like.� The families examined the various weapons platforms and the inner workings of some of the unit’s vehicles, including the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected – All-Terrain Vehicle and a multi-purpose tractor. “I don’t know how to put it, but I learned a lot,� said Nnolim. “I actually got to see why he doesn’t always call me. I learned exactly what he does and what it’s actually like. Sometimes you’re home and wondering why they won’t pick up (the phone). It’s because they are so busy.� With their shoulders tenderized by the afternoon of shooting, the participants retired to a buffet-style barbeque, where the CLB-6 family finally got a chance to kick back and take in the day’s experiences. Jane Wayne Day isn’t just about showing families what a day in the life of a Marine is like. It is also about saying thanks to the spouses and family members whose forms the backbone of a Marine’s support system.

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COUNTRY LIVING- House with 3BR/1BA for rent. Fenced yard. Approximately 10 miles from the base. $650/month, $650/deposit. Call 910-455-0484 HAMPSTEAD 2BR/1BA CONDO All appliances, W&D, $750/mo. Military & senior discount! 910-547-4324 HOME FOR RENT Great for two guys, 3BR/2BA, no pets. Stable job, no smokers, and open minded. Run criminal record. $700/month, $400/deposit. Cash. 910-330-2900 HORSE PEOPLE. 3 bed. 2 bath man. home 10 minutes to Jacksonville. $850 Joe 910-459-2002. HUBERT TOWNHOMES, DUPLEXES, & apt rentals convenient to Hwy. 172 gate. $675-$800. Call 910-389-4293 www.photoshop.com/users/mpm737

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strongest local poanchored by perhaps the were in control of lice force in the country, centers, of the blocks, or main population of opportunity, the district. was a district in transition,” What began as a window status quo in “Marjah the (Afghan Naa simple chance to change Valley, turned said Styskal. “Marines and River moved out to the periphery Army) the Central Helmand tional otics operation and the district into an ongoing counternarc fighting sea- … the police were set in summer annual working.” the was t preventing governmen Styskal and ground. son from getting off the With the blocks secured, their focus a partnered were able to shift Operation Psarlay Taba, conducted by his Marines counternarcotics operation Regiment, and outward. enemy on our 2nd Battalion, 9th Marine “We chose to fight the Unit, tartargeted where the Afghan National Interdiction and nar- footing,” said Styskal. “We facilities protecting their knew they would be geted opium production Bari Desert, north- we cotics trafficking in the narcotics.” Bari Desert Courtesy photo west of Marjah district. The sparsely populated Styskal, comleader with the battalion’s When Lt. Col. Michael 9th Marines, caught the collective eye of Austin Aliferis, a reteam officers. The Cpl. Bn., Team 5 Police manding officer of 2nd intelligence and operations and narcot- the Regimental Combat support of 2nd December 2011 the of poppy cultivation Team working in arrived in Marjah in y since his high rates made it a focus Advisor 9th Marine Regiment, applies situation changed dramaticall Battalion, ics trafficking in the desert efforts. child’s foot a year before. last deployment there pre-deployment planning a bandage to an Afghan March 1. with 3rd Bn., 6th of Styskal’s predecessor during a clearing operation outthe to 10A SEE FOCUS Marines moved his battalion security forces, skirts of Marjah. Afghan

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1022 HENDRICKS AVENUE- This 3BR/2 full bath brick home is located in an established Northwoods neighborhood. They don’t make homes like this from the hardwood floors to the nice eat-in kitchen, this home is built for the family! Check out the sun room which over looks a large patio and nicely landscaped back yard. Home is handicap accessible. Bring an offer! $146,000 @ 3.5% APR for 360 months= principal & interest payment of only $655.61 per month. Call Chuck Compton at CHOICE 910-330-5413 104 ASPEN LANE in Jacksonville is an affordable 3BR brick home with garage for dad, large storage shed and a fenced in backyard with HUGE new deck for entertaining! Price significantly reduced to only $95,000. Principal and interest payment of only $426.59 per month ($95,000 @ 3.5% APR for 360 months). Seller will entertain paying buyers closing costs. Convenient to New River, Air Station, Wal-Mart and Topsail Island. Call Monte Hutchins at 910-358-0358 108 EASTVIEW CT- $137,500 3BR/2BA house, 10 minutes from main gate. Fenced in back yard with 16x20 ft covered deck. TRANE heating/cooling system. Call Joe 910-358-0605 113 CASEY COURT, Jacksonville$179,000, 3BR/2.5BA/2 car garage. 1760sq feet. Open floor plan, privacy fenced in backyard with storage shed in quiet neighborhood. Contact Will 910-650-2401 or Barbie 443-536-8051. 157 COPELAND COURT- Great starter home on quiet, friendly cul-de-sac. Cheaper than renting! Huge living/family room with beautiful natural oak hardwood floors & ceiling fan to stay cool. Freshly painted eat-in kitchen with newer stove & refrigerator. Spacious laundry room,

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nice sized bedrooms, (master bedroom 15x10). Massive 400 sqft wooden deck, perfect for entertaining! Very open backyard for the kids to play and a big shed for tools & storage. Make this YOUR new home! $122,900 @ 3.5% for 360 months= Principal & Interest payment of only $551.88 per month. Call Chuck Huff 910-465-7876 1660 CHADWICK SHORES- 3BR (possible 4th), 3BA with garage, fireplace, screened porch, fenced back yard on nice corner lot in gated community. Community boat launch. Close to MARSOC and Courthouse Bay. $239,000 Call Realty WorldEnnett & Associates 910-327-3600 200 E. LAKERIDGE LANDING- City living with a country feel! Great starter home close to the main gate and on a corner lot. Nice sized backyard that is completely fenced in with a storage shed. Remodeled kitchen, new architectural roof and wood floor n the living room. The living room also has a cathedral ceiling and fireplace. Buyer will pay up to $3,000 in closing costs and provide a home warranty. Motivated seller? so bring us an offer! Why rent when you can buy for less? $137,000 @ 3.5% APR for 360 months= principal & interest payment of only $615.19 per month. Call Melony Tygart at CHOICE 910-467-1413 211 DARTMOOR TRAIL- 3BR/2BA home in Shetland Farms located on a spacious lot with privacy yard and screened porch. The massive 13x28 kitchen comes fully equipped with upgraded stainless steel appliances and beautiful ceramic tile flooring. Four bedrom septic tank already in place for future addition of a 4th bedroom! $189,900 @ 3.5% APR for 360 months= prinicpal & interest payment of only $852.74 per month. Call Lois Hutchins at CHOICE 910330-4481 315 DAYRELL DRIVE- 3BR/2BA with 2 fireplaces and a huge bonus room with skylights. This home features a newly remodeled kitchen with gorgeous tile countertops & backsplash, ceramic tile flooring, new cabinets & stove. Living room features a wood burning fireplace and bedrooms have lamintate flooring. Both bathrooms were newly

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remodeled. Huge backyard, over 1/2 acre corner lot, and over 1600 heated sqft. $149,999 @ 3.5% for 360 months= principal & interest payment of only $673.56 per month. Call Zen Taylor at CHOICE 910-548-1080 379 W. FRANCES ST. in Jacksonville comes complete with a white picket fence! This 4BR/2.5BA 2-story townhome is minutes from Camp Lejeune’s main gate. This is a BEST BUY at ONLY $117,900! The master bedroom is on the first floor, the kitchen has upgraded solid cherry wood cabinets, solid surface counter tops, & hardwood floors. The exterior has low maintenance vinyl siding and the park-like setting in the back yard is perfect for family gatherings. $115,900 @ 3.5% APR for 360 months= principal & interest payment of only $520.44 per month. Call Monte Hutchins at CHOICE 910-358-0358

400 SOUTHBRIDGE DR. 4 bed/2bath 2200+sqft Bamboo flooring cathedral ceilings. Marble tile custom granite counters Large bedrooms with new carpet. Koi pond, Pergola at entrance Fenced corner lot.Joe 910-381-7358. $192K 406 SILVA COVE- Immaculate 2-story home in Killis Hills! This unique home sits in a beautiful cul-de-sac on 1.73 acres (approx. .7 acre is cleared). Backyard has privacy fence that backs up to your wooded property for country serenity and privacy at its best! Huge living room has beautiful laminate wood flooring for easy maintenance, large kitchen with plenty of counter & cabinet space with island & wall that separates the dining area & kitchen from living area. Master BR has walk-in closet & 2 full baths located upstairs with 1/2 bath on 1st floor. Lots more! This gem is a must-see and priced to sell! $167,900 @ 3.5% for 360 months=

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REALTORS™ 3 just 3 steps Now atNeg. 209 Chadwick Shores Dr 3 No Now , Harbor, Island Harbor, Swansboro, .33 acre ................................................................$195,000 SWANSBORO’S $975 (inc. water) 1404-5 Folk Stone Rd. 3 3 Neg. Now This charming ocean-side cottage is from the beach. Featuring Lot Islan Lot 895 New River Inlet rd. 1 1.5 Neg. 9/4 $850 107 Tillet Lane 3 2.5 Neg. 8/15 $1100 This E , . T 209 Chadwick Shores Dr 3 2 No Now $1300 This charming, well-maintained cottage has square feet ofHOME living 209 Cha Lot Island Harbor, Swansboro, .33 acre ........................ Holly Ridgebedrooms / Surf City Hampstead /www.mrawls.com 202 Bayview Dr 2. Tover 1.5 Neg. 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Boards of Realtors Listing Call 577-1000 for more details Topsail Landing #211 21 Neg. 7/15 $1161 porch 114 View Dr. Location 2in Yes Now $650 Walking distance to mall, Walking distance mall, 114 Pon * Pond Cul Sac *Both Privacy Fencing *Deer Sodded Front Yard& 181 Topsail Reef 2Fencing No Now $950 UI& Multiple Mary S.property Rawls . Tand Cul de Sac Location *Both Privacy *to Sodded Front SWANSBORO – COMMERCIAL Lot used as ade second home, this is3Boards great condition! Selling furnished Member of Realtors Multiple Listing Services r0UI8,buy your home! 1, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .44 YOU CALL OR TEXT c* een SWANSBORO – COMMERCIAL SWANSBORO’S NEWEST SUBDIVISION Call for more details Topsail Landing577-1000 #211 restaurants, 3 2 2Lot Neg. 7/15 $1161 WHEN YOU CALL OR TEXT 249 Red Carnation 3 2beach Yes 7/15 $1300 Ca Realty. $100 off 1yr lease movies, college 11 S OakFurnished 3 2 Neg. Now $1350 . TWHEN Mary S.property Rawls Recreation Center. Approximately 2 acres Cu Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .35 acre ................................................................ $225,000 Topsail Landing #211 3 2 Neg. Now $1161 279 Ennette Lane 3 Neg. Now $1400 This home is conveniently located near the and Emerald Isle bike path. 105 Kisskadee Ct. 4 2.5 Neg. 9/15 $1450 EVERY Saturday, starting at 10:30am! movies, restaurants, college Lot 8, Deer Islan used as a second home, this is in great condition! Selling furnished 608 SABISTON DRIVE 202 BAYSHORE DRIVE 238 YOUPON DRIVE Scan to search listings from your mobile device used a ! 249 Red Carnation 3 2 Yes 7/15 $1300 Lot 8, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .35 acre ................................................................ $225,000 . C . P ’ ! 249 Red Broker/Owner Lot 2,&Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, acre #211 ................................................................$265,000 771 279.54 Ennette Lane 3 JODY 2 Neg. Now $1400 EVERY Saturday, at 10:30am! 8,! 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Now $1000 HuberT $200 off 1st mo EXPERTISE •Rd. INTEGRITY 404 Hed 404 Hedgerow Neg. Now $1000CEDAR 102 Quail 33701 22 No 7/25 $1200 Broker HUBERT POINT Recreation Center. Approximately 2 acres AQuail NAssociate AGENT WHO KNOWS THE STRESSES OF BUYING AND SELLING YOUR HOME CEDAR Lot 8, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .35 acre ................................................................ HuberT EXPERT 101-A Egret Landing Ct 3/2 Now $1250 EXPERTISE • INTEGRITY 1 bedroom, 1 bath waterfront 102 Quail Hollow 3 2 No 7/25 $1200 2 bedrooms, 2½ baths. Privacy 102 Hollow 3 2 No 7/25 $1200 & Services AAspen N AGENT KNOWS THE1st STRESSES BUYING AND HOME 1$1150 bedroom, 1Approximately bath waterfront 1/2 off mo 3 8, Deer Swansboro, .35 HuberT rd, EXPERTISE • INTEGRITY 304 EBrent 2 Neg. 8/10 $1050 201 Creek 3OF 2 Yes Neg. 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Very well-maintained shopping, ne dining and 301 Steb 105 Tiffany Place Yes Now Now $1000 downtown Member Both Boards of Realtors &townhome. Multiple Listing Services 301 Sterling Neg. Now commercial $825 isting Services garage. Very well-maintained building that is Beach a shell,Rd. Member BothBoth Boar Historic Swansboro. 301 Sterling Neg.4/25 Now $825 service included. oflarge Swansboro • INTEGRITY ep (910) 326-5980 MemberCEC-A Both Boards Realtors & Multiple Services 3 3or 2 1buy Neg. $925 $127,500 townhome. 130 Aberdeen 33 31 of Neg. Now $1000 301 Sterling Neg. 4/25 Now $825 approximately 20,000 square feet.1117 Previous Hammocks • Swansboro Member Both Boards Realtors & Multiple Services sociateEXPERTISE BrokerHammocks 304 33 1.5 No $850 Swansboro. Let•of us help youListing sell your home! !80 Waterview homesites Large Waterview homesites with deep $127,500 townhome. (910) 326-5980 130 Abe 1117 Hammo 301 Sterling 1 buy Neg. Now $825Listing CEC-A 33 or 2 Neg. $925 130Sheffield AberdeenBeach Rd. • Swansboro 3 Neg. Now Now Historic $1000 downtown304 1117 EXPERTISE INTEGRITY 304Large Sheffield 3 1.5 No with Now deep $850 downtown Historic Swan Pam Marriott Let us help you sell your home! $120,000 Sheffield 3 1.5 No Now $850 $127,500 townhome. Swansboro. Located behind Walgreen and Jacksonville / Hubert / Swansboro 1117 Hammocks Beach Rd. • Swansboro $700 a month $1050 a month $1200 a month 200 Knoll (Hubert) 3 2 Neg. 9/15 $1350 200 Streamwood 3 2.5 Neg. 10/29 $950 Pa 20,000 square feet.•Broker Previous 1117 Hammocks Beach 1117 Hammocks • Swansboro Rd. Swansboro Pam Marriott EXPERTISE INTEGRITY $127,500 1117 Hammocks Beach Rd. $1350 •1117 Swansboro site le.Now Two separate sites being Swansboro 304 She Associate 304 Sheffield 3 1.5 No Beach Now $850 • $120,000 304 Sheffield 3 plan 1.5 on Noapproximately $850 200 Knoll 3 2 Neg. 9/15 Jacksonville / Hubert /Rd. 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108 Lois 1½ baths, 108Lois Lois 22bedrooms, Yes Now $900 Member of Realtors Services 330 Hinson Neg. Now $950 255 South Creek & Multiple Listing 3 2 Yes Now $950 bedrooms, 2 baths, 4$98,500 bedrooms, 2 bath, 2with bedrooms, 2½ baths, 108 33MAY 22 APPLY. Yes Now $900 $585,000. Call of ce for31, complete details. 311 Providence 3 2Services 2 Broker Neg. Now Now $950 $1350 Both Boards $200 off 1st mo 34 Associate 145 Live Oak 23 Neg. Now $975 approximately acre for SOME RESTRICTIONS JULY 2012.one CALL US TODAY! 21st TO YOU! Mary EXPIRES S.SERVE Rawls Member Both Boards ofbuilding Realtors &1/2 Multiple 108 LoisCALL US TODAY! 3 MAY 2 APPLY. Yes Now JULY $900 255 South Creek Yes $200 off 1st mo 145 Live Corner double lot,Pam close to LOCATIONS Marriott SOME RESTRICTIONS EXPIRES 31, 2012. off 1stListing mo 3 $200 off mo 33great 145Live LiveOak Oak Neg. Now $975 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! 1880 Haw Branch 2.5 Neg. Now $1100 community boat ramp. to raiseNow the kids or$975 entertain bonus751 room, community pool, newly 145 22 yardNeg. Mary S. Rawls 209 Pinto Pl. 33 2 Neg. Now $950 Broker/Owner Francktown 33 2.5 Neg. 7/2 $1145 1205 Renee Pl 3 2 Neg 11/1 $850 $200 off 1st mo Pam Marriott 145 Live Oak 2 Neg. Now $975 $174,951 • MLS #129876 Jacksonville 910.353.5100 / Surf City 910.328.6732 Mary Broker/Owner EQUAL HOUSING 751 Fra Queens Creek. 209 Pinto Pl.details. 3 6% 22 BROKER Neg. Now $950 $585,000. Call ofce for108-21 complete Associate Broker 33 2.5 751Francktown Francktown 2.5the Neg. 7/2 $1145 751 Neg. $1145 108 Lois YesS. Rawls Now $900 long hotNow days of summer. painted. 910.353.5100 City 910.328.6732 (INSTEAD OF A HIGHER FEE) 32Marriott 108-21 Pete Jones Rd. 23 Neg. Now $750 304 Hybrid $850 NSTEAD OF A H GHER on 6% BROKER FEE OPPORTUNITY Associate Broker4 3/2Surf Broker/Owner 751Jacksonville Francktown 2.5 No Neg.3/26 Now $1145 205 Weeping Hollow 4 22.5 3.5 No Neg 11/2 $1325 Pam EQUAL HOUSING 108-21 22 BA 2.5 Neg. Now $750 COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS FINEST IN THE MUCH DESIRED4 OF WALNUT HILLS! S$850 TEP INTO THIS 108-21Pete PeteJones Jones Rd. 2.5 Pets Neg.Avail. Now $750 Lot 1, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .44 acre ............................................................... 304 Hybrid 3/26 145 Live Oak 3COMMUNITY 2 Neg. Now $925 Address BR Price/Mo OPPORTUNITY ....................................$195,000 onth $675Rd. a month Mary S. Rawls 415 Vacation Rentals Specials Available $700 $1100 a month $900 a month 108-21 Pete Jones Rd. 2 2.5 Neg. Now $750 COUN sociate Broker Vacation Rentals Eucalyptus 3 2 Neg. 4/16 $950 Address BR BA Pets Avail. Price/Mo Lot 1, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .44 acre ................................................................$195,000 3008 Foxhorn 3 2 Neg 10/17 $850 Lot 1, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 1, .44 Deer acre Island ................................................................$195,000 Harbor, Swansboro, .44 acre ................................................................$195,000 /Mo AMAZINGPete THREEJones BEDROOM BATH HOME TO FIND 2 AND WARMTH THE COZY FIREPLACE IN THE Vacation S. Rawls Mackey’s VacationFerry Rentals / Specials SpecialsAvailable Available Mary S. Rawls Mary Mary S. Rawls 108-21 Rd., TWO 2.5 Neg.BY4/16 Now $750Broker/Owner Lot Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, acre ............................................................... 415 Eucalyptus 3.LOVE Neg. $950 Sneads Topsail / North Topsail Beach Lot 1, Deer Island Harbor, Lot 1 M NG (sleeps 10) VAULTED CEILINGS4 2.5 Yes Vacation Rentals Specials Available * 2, Landscaped Natural Setting Washer and Dryer Mary S. Rawls Mary S. RawlsSwansboro, LIVING ROOMSeaside ,Deer WHICH HAS BEAUTIFUL THE2 KITCHEN COMES EQUIPPED WITH$1200-2685 A SIDE-BY-SIDE 110 Barrington Hill) 4Topsail 2 .54*Beach Neg. 3/19 $1000 Mackey’s Seaside (sleeps 10) 44 2.5 Yes $1200-2685 Sneads Ferry /(Maple Topsail / North 0....................................$265,000 Mackey’ Broker/Owner Richlands Lot 2, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .54 acre ................................................................$265,000 Mackey’s Seaside (sleeps 10) 2.5 Yes $1200-2685 Broker/Owner Broker/Owner Lot 2, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 2, .54 acre Island ................................................................$265,000 Harbor, Swansboro, .54 acre ................................................................$265,000 * Landscaped Natural Setting * Washer and Dryer Vacation Rentals Specials Available NG O N DRIVE 202 BAYSHORE DRIVE 238 YOUPON DRIVE GBIRD S.403 123B JACKSON Mackey’s Seaside (sleepsHarbor, 10) Broker/Owner 4 2.5 Yes2, $1200-2685 North Pointe 12) 4 3 No $725-1695 110 Barrington (Maple Hill)1st 4 DISHWASHER 2 Neg. 3/19 $1000 Sawgrass-has add’l 3/1 cottage/offiAVE. ce for $550 34 23 No Now $1450 Lot 3, Deer Island Swansboro, .41 acre ............................................................... REFRIGERATOR ,(sleeps RANGE/OVEN , 1/2 MICROWAVE HOOD , AND . THE MASTER SUITE HAS A WALK-IN ....................................$265,000 Broker/Owner Lot Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 2 * off mo North Pointe (sleeps 12) No $725-1695 Hook-ups in3/1 Individual Units Private Porches on 509 4 Neg. 3/23 $950 North*GPo 403 Sawgrass-has add’l cottage/office for $550 34 223* *Washer No Now $1450 North*Pointe (sleeps 12) Natural Setting 4 3 Washer No3, Deer $725-1695 1880 Haw Branch Neg. Now $1000 50 L 3, Deer Island Swansboro, acre ................................................................$265,000 *Sage Landscaped Natural Setting and Dryer North Pointe (sleeps 12) 4 ROOM 3 .41 Noacre $725-1695 North (sleeps 12) No............................................................... $725-1695 Landscaped and Dryer CLOSET AND ADeer DUAL VANITY SINK .Harbor, THERE AN EXTRA WOULD BE GREAT$950 FOR AN Funtastic & Sunsational (sleeps 8) IS ALSO 4 32.5 No $695-1445 Island Harbor, LotLot 3, .41 acre Island ................................................................$265,000 Harbor, Swansboro, .41 ................................................................$265,000 in Individual Units * WHICH Private Porches onOFFICE. 509 Sage 43 2 Neg. 3/23 1404-5 Folk Stone Rd. 34 33 * Lot Neg. Now $975 (inc. water) Swansboro, Lot 4, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .52*acre Funtastic &Old Sunsational (sleeps 8) NoHUBERT $695-1445 .................................... ORO CAPE CARTERET *Pointe Landscaped Natural Setting Washer and Dryer *Hook-ups Landscaped Natural Setting *YOUR Washer and O H N ORO EMERALD ISLE Funtastic 105 CREEKER TOWN WAY 109INCLUDED CEDAR LANE Lot 3, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 3 155 Winter 4 2.5 Yes 4/5 $1200 Funtastic &$295,000 Sunsational (sleeps 8) 4 3 No $695-1445 1404-5 Old Folk Stone Rd. 3 3 Neg. Now $975 (inc. water) AUNDRY ROOM WITH10) WASHER AND DRYER ! E NJOY EVENING SITTING ONDryer YOUR COVERED L ng 0 Funtastic & Sunsational (sleeps 8) 4 3 No $695-1445 Funtastic & Sunsational (sleeps 8) 4 3 No $695-1445 Each Residence * Central Heat and Air Conditioning 109 Cedar lane 108-21 Pete Jones Rd. 2 2.5 Neg. Now $725 c. water) Lot 4, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .52 acre ................................................................ $295,000 Sundance (sleeps 4 3 No $595-1050 105 CREEKER TOWN W Ho Hook-ups in$295,000 Individual Units * Private Porches on Sundance (sleeps 10)in2½ No $595-1050 space CREEKER TOWN WAY CEDAR L UND This charming ocean-side cottage is steps from the beach. Featuring 304 Woody Way 344 Oak 23LANE No Now $1300 155 Winter 44just 2.5 Yes 4/5 $1200 Vintage cottage on109 theCedar White River’s tidal basin as Hook-ups Units *Lot Private Porches on HUBERT n 4,Rawls Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 4,.52 Deer acre Island ................................................................ Harbor, Swansboro, .52 acre ................................................................ $295,000 Lot 5, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, acre ............................................................... bath, 3bedrooms, bedrooms, baths, 2Charles bedrooms, 1½ baths, Sundanc baths, 3(sleeps baths, Each Residence * Central Heat and Air Conditioning FRONT PORCH WHICH THE HUGE YARD . TUnits HE HOUSE SITS WELL OFF THE ROAD A space MUCH 109 This charming, well-maintained cottage feetIsland of$950 living space Swansboro, ....................................$195,000 Charles Rawls Sundance 10) 2Individual 3lane No $595-1050 Sundance (sleeps 10)in Nosquare $595-1050 1100 Springwood 3has Neg. 4/6 This charming, well-maintained cottage 1000 square feetALLOWING of living Associate Broker CEDAR POINT 105 CREEKER TOWN WAY 109 CEDAR LANE Sundance (sleeps 10) 3 .38 No $595-1050 nd 304 Woody Way 34 3over 23.38 No Now $1300 Hook-ups Individual Units *1000 Private Porches on Hook-ups in Individual * Private Porches on Lot 4, Deer Harbor, Lot Blistered (sleeps 8)OVERLOOKS 4has 2over Yes $595-1050 204 Chandler Simpson 3 2 Neg. 11/1 $1000 00 Blistered (sleeps 8) 4 22 Corner Yes double $595-1050 Ea ON O4 109 Cedar lane Lot 5, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, acre ................................................................$195,000 !he This (Heat Pumps) * Ample Parking Facilities * Wall to Wall Cedar poinT Associate Broker Charles Rawls HUBERT three bedrooms and two baths with over 1100 sq. ft. of living space and DESIRED LONG DRIVEWAY . C LOSE TO BASE AND SHOPPING . P RICED TO SELL AND IT WON ’ T LAST LONG ! owntown water access to the Inland lot, close to 202 Bayview Dr. 2 Neg. Now $1100 1100 Springwood 3 3 Neg. 4/6 $950 Blistered it (sleeps flows into Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway! Enjoy Villages love the the beach! and is located beautiful Emerald Isle in4the2and neighborhood of Sea Dunes! This HUBERTHead CEDAR POINT EacD Lot 6,(sleeps Deeron8)Island Harbor, Swansboro, acre Each Residence * Central Heat Air Conditioning Blistered Yes............................................................... $595-1050 Blistered 8) 2and Yes $595-1050 Lot 5, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot .38 Deer acre Island ................................................................$195,000 Harbor, Swansboro, .38 and is5, located on beautiful Emerald Isle neighborhood of Sea Dunes! This Each Residence Central Heat Air Conditioning ....................................$195,000 ng Blistered (sleeps 8) 4 the 2waterfront Yesacre $595-1050 Richlands ened D Head in the Clouds (sleeps 9) 3in 2.5 Yes $655-1095 1Heat bath (Heat Pumps) * 1Ample Parking Facilities *................................................................$195,000 Wall to Wall 202 Bayview Dr. 2 POINT 2.33 Neg. Now $1100 in the Clouds (sleeps 9)* Cedar 34poinT 2.5 Yes Associate Broker HUBERT CEDAR oors, 2$655-1095 bedrooms, 2½ baths. Privacy Furnished Rentals on Topsail Island 00 Lot 5,Swimming Deer Island Harbor,2½ Swansboro, Lot disEach Residence Central Heat Conditioning Lot 6,Winter Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .33 acre ................................................................$195,000 Each Residence *bedroom, Central and Air Conditioning o. Waterway. Queens Creek. everything needed the perfect beach The metal roof and screened Head in5 three two bathroom home a and fireplace with new glass doors, (He oro Head inbedroom, Clouds (sleeps 9)* 1st 3poinT 2.5 Yes $655-1095 181 Topsail Reef 22waterfront No UI Carpeting and Sheet Vinyl Flooring *Air Pool, Richlands Cedar three bedroom, two bathroom home features a ficondo. replace with new glass doors, HeadPrivacy in the Clouds (sleeps 9) views and 2.5Lot Yes $655-1095 spectacular water on the deck to$950 watch 2$1050 bedrooms, baths. Priv 1Ample bedroom, 12 bath Lot 7,the Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .36 acre ............................................................... 1Wonderland bedroom, 1Topsail bath waterfront Walking disBeach Wood (sleeps 8) for 3 retreat. 3Lot Yes $475-895 1, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .44 acre ................................................................$195,000 1/2 off mofeatures Alice’s Wonderland (sleeps 6) 33relax Yes $400-750 Alice’s (sleeps 6) 33 2 Yes $400-750 ooms, 2½ baths. een ....................................$195,000 6, Now Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 6, .33 Deer acre Island ................................................................$195,000 Harbor, Swansboro, .33 acre ................................................................$195,000 (Hea (Heat Pumps) * Ample Parking Facilities * Wall to Wall 116 Annie 3 2 Neg. 4/23 0EXT beach. 181 Topsail Reef 2 2 No Now $950 UI Mary S. Rawls EQUAL HOUSING (Heat Pumps) * Parking Facilities * Wall to Wall Wall condo. Walking distance to 0 1 bedroom, 1 bath waterfront Alice’s Wonderland-N. Beach 2 Yes Now $1350/UI 0 UI Carpeting and Sheet Vinyl Flooring * Swimming Pool, 1 bW WHEN YOU CALL OR TEXT screened porch, water softener, partial furnishings and a short walk to the beach. fenced back yard, one car $129,700 Alice’s Wonderland (sleeps 6) 3 2 Yes $400-750 Alice’s 2 bedrooms, 2½ baths. Privacy porch add to the low maintenance and easy beach style. Having only been Lot 7,acre Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .36 acre ................................................................$195,000 Lot 6, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot Lot 1, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .44 ................................................................$195,000 1 bedroom, 1 bath waterfront condo. Walking disscreened porch, water softener, partial furnishings and a short walk to the beach. 1/2 off 1st mo Alice’s Wonderland (sleeps 6) 3 2 Yes $400-750 nth $850 a month $675 a month 279 Ennette Lane 3 2 Neg. Now $1400 oric (Heat Pumps) * Ample Parking Facilities * Wall to Wall (Heat Pumps) * Ample Parking Facilities * Wall to Wall 116 Annie 3 2 Neg. 4/23 $1050 onth $1200 a month Beach Wood (sleeps 8) 3 3 Yes $475-895 Dooey Drop Inn (sleeps 7) 3 3 No $475-975 dolphins & sea birds. This charming 3 bedroom/2bath home Car Beach Wood (sleeps 8) 3 3 Yes $475-895 Mary S. Rawls WHEN YOU CALL OR TEXT Lot 8, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .35 acre ............................................................... Exercise Room, Tennis Court, Laundromat * Dishwasher OPPORTUNITY fenced one cW6 shed path. condo. Walking distance to Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, 1Wheaton bedroom, 1 condo. bath waterfront Walking dis-back yard,Beach Broker/Owner 102 33the Yes Now .................................... $225,000 Lot 2, Deer Island Harbor, .54 acre ................................................................$265,000 back yard, one car 279 Ennette Lane Neg. Now $1400 tance to shopping, fine dining and beautiful Historic Lot 7, Lot 7,home .36 Deer acre Island ................................................................$195,000 Harbor, Swansboro, .36 acre ................................................................$195,000 This home is conveniently located near beach and Emerald Isle$950 bike path. Beach Wood (sleeps 3 22 3 condo. $475-895 0ced Scan to property search listings from your mobile device Carp Carpeting and8)Sheet Vinyl Flooring *YesSwimming Pool, 00 Campbell-Surf City 4 3.5 Yes Now $1400 shopping, Court, nenear dining and beautiful used as a second home, this is in great condition! Selling furnished This is conveniently located the beach and Emerald Isle$950 bike path.Swansboro, Walking distance to a/ oVinyl a g 3Rawls om oNo mob d(910) Charles Rawlsyard, Carpeting and Sheet Flooring * Swimming Pool, Beach Wood (sleeps 8) 3 3 Yes $475-895 ol, garage. Very well-maintained Lot 8, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .35 acre ................................................................ $225,000 Dooey Drop Inn (sleeps 7) 3 $475-975 JODY DAVIS 265-0771 fenced back one car Exercise Room, Tennis Laundromat * Dishwasher Great Bambino (sleeps 3 2 Yes $695-1595 Lot 7, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot Holly Ridge / Surf City Hampstead / Wilmington tanc Dooey Drop Inn 7) 3 3 No $475-975 Broker/Owner 102 Wheaton 3 2 Yes Now Lot 2, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .54 acre ................................................................$265,000 Charles 0771 has a $225,000 fireplace, pantry, walk-in closet and a private boat dock. tance to(sleeps shopping, fine dining and beautiful Historic Lot 9,acre Deer Island Swansboro, acre Carpeting and Sheet Vinyl Swimming Pool, Carpeting and Sheet Vinyl Flooring *Deer Swimming Pool, Dooey Drop Inn 7)Harbor, 3JODY No*............................................................... $475-975 DAVIS 265-0771 garage. Very well-maintai 2430 Lake #1 Frost 3Flooring 2 3.29 No Now $650 ExerD7 shopping, ne dining beautiful .................................... and Refrigerator Charles Rawls Holly Ridge /(sleeps Surf City / Court, Hampstead / and Wilmington Dooey Rawls 3, Island Harbor, Swansboro, .41Catherine Associate Broker Exercise Very LN. well-maintained with a few 8, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 8,Catherine .35 Deer acre Island ................................................................ Harbor, Swansboro, acre ................................................................ $225,000 $225,000 tance to................................................................$265,000 shopping, fine dining beautiful Historic ® Great Bambino-N. Topsail Beach 32Refrigerator Yes 10/20 $1100 Great Bambino 7)COVE 33 123B 2and Yes $695-1595 Dooey Drop (sleeps 7) 3 Lot No $475-975 0e. downtown Swansboro. $120,000 Historic downtown Swansboro. ROAD 701 HUMMINGBIRD S. JACKSON AVE. OINT 28Tree PIRATES DR. Shipwatch 1313 (sleeps 8)Harbor, 2Lot No $495-1100 Exerc Room, Tennis Laundromat *(910) Dishwasher shopping, Charles neFree dining and beautiful Great Bambino (sleeps 7) 3 22 Yes $695-1595 Lot 9,acre Deer Island Swansboro, .29.35 acre ................................................................ $225,000 townhome. ROKER REALTOR 400 CtInn 3/2 Neg 4/2 $1200 garage. Very well-maintained 2430 Lake #1 3exceptions. 2 No Now $650 Exercise Room, Tennis Court, Laundromat * Dishwasher sher SAM DAVIS (910) 330-4154 Lot 8, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, LotBa8 and Frost Free Great Bambino (sleeps 7) 3 2 Yes $695-1595 Lot 3, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .41 ................................................................$265,000 Associate Broker 4154 Charles Rawls Charles Rawls Great 8594 202 Core 3 2 Yes Now $1200 Associate Broker 400 Tree CtRoom, 3/2 Neg 4/2 $1200 Shipwatch 1313downtown (sleepsHistoric 8) 23 2Swansboro. No $495-1100 townhome. Swansboro. $120,000 downtown Exercise Tennis Court, Laundromat *$295,000 Dishwasher Exercise Room, Tennis Court, * Isle, Dishwasher SAM DAVIS (910) 330-4154 Great Bambino (sleeps 7) 2 Lot Yes9, $695-1595 Emerald Emerald Isle, NC 28594 00 Marra-St. Regis-N. Topsail BeachEmerald No Now $1050/UI Pam Marriott townhome. 4, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .52 acre ................................................................ Marra (sleeps 6 910.358.9210 )(sleeps 1Laundromat 2Lot .29 No $525-895 Shipwatch 1313 8) 2 22 No $495-1100 Charles Rawls Charles Rawls DeerIsle, Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot Core 9,.29 Deer acre Island ................................................................ Harbor, Swansboro, acre ................................................................ $225,000 $225,000 7501 Drive, Emerald NC 28594 Associate Broker 008594 Shipwatch 1313 (sleeps 8)7501 2Drive, 2Swansboro. No $495-1100 Topsail Landing unitand #140 2/2 Neg 4/1 $1061(i nc.wat .,sew.,tBroker ra.)$127,500 downtown Swansboro. $120,000 Historic downtown 7501 Emerald Drive, Emerald NC 28594 202 31 2 Yes Now $1200 LLE SWANSBORO EMERALD ISLE and Frost Free Refrigerator VILLE townhome. Broker Associate $120,000 Shipwat Pam Marriott Lot 9, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 9 7501 Emerald Drive, Emerald Isle, NC 28594 Marra (sleeps 6 ) (sleeps 12Refrigerator 22Lot No $525-895 Associate BrokerIsland Frost Free 1880 Haw Branch 3 2.5 Neg. Now $1100 4,NoDeer Harbor, Swansboro, .52 acre $295,000 Shipwatch 1313 8) Associate $495-1100 Topsail Landing unit #140 2/2 Neg 4/1 $1061(i n c.wat . ,sew.,t r a.) S WEYER & A SSOCIATES UI-Utilities included, No smoking inside of Homes 0256 Marra (sleeps 6 ) ................................................................ 1 2 No $525-895 Associate Broker Associate Broker wat .bath, ,sew.,t r a.) Sweet Searenity 5 4.5 Yes Now $2000 Marra (sleeps ) 2 Associate No $525-895 $127,500Marra (s and Frost Free1 Refrigerator and Frost877.592.4072 Free3Refrigerator Broker 866.689.6256 Lot 5, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .38 acre 6................................................................$195,000 Sales 877.592.4072 Rentals Pam Marriott CEC F22bedrooms, 3smoking /2 2 inside No $1000 $127,500 $120,000 *No bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 No bedrooms, 2½ baths, bath, 2½ baths, 1880 Haw Branch 2.5 Neg. Now $1100 Conveniently located between Point and 0256 Sales Rentals 866.689.6256 USMC RETIRED * included, NoCherry of 4/3 Homes 1/2 off 1st mo Marraunit (sleeps 6 ) UI-Utilities 1 $525-895Swansboro, Sales 877.592.4072 Rentals 866.689.6256 100 Ashbury Park 3 2 Neg. 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Rawls nHarbor, ctlh Exer np$650 a 202 Core 324 2Laundromat Now $1200 Lot 8,Waterway. Deer Island Lot 8, .35 Deer acre Island ................................................................ Harbor, Swansboro, .35 acre ................................................................ $225,000 $225,000 Lo 5Noacre Dee so and Ha Swansbo o Eme 38 i 302 Parkwood 2Feet! Neg. Now $1100 eh 1/2 off 1st mo h o CEC un FRidge 3 /2 No 4/3 $1000 203-12 Lanieve 2 22.5 Now $900 Call Jody Davis today 230 Emerald Ridge 2.5 Yes Neg. 8/6M 230 Lot 9, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 9, .29 Deer acre Island ................................................................ Harbor, Swansboro, .29 ................................................ c t Let us help you sell or buy your home! B ROKER / REALTOR e n Exercise Room, Tennis Court, * Dishwasher n ! !00 (910) 265-0771 M S ! 202 Core 3 Yes Now $1200 1/2 off 1st mo 201 Ashwood 3 3 No Now $890 l l 109 CEDAR1880 LANE p $129,700 o o Associate Broker Associate Broker 203-12 Lanieve (Hubert) 2 2.5 No Now $900 Charles Rawls Charles Rawls 662 Bay Harbor Dr. 3/2 Neg. Now $975 a ,000 .............................................. $225,000 a and Frost Free Refrigerator S Lot 6, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .33 acre ................................................................$195,000 i i $850 a month $850 a month $675 a month Call (910) 577-1000 for more info or to 1/2 off 1st mo M M ! c 1/2 off 1st mo c 201 Ashwood 910.358.9210 3 3Lo 6NoDeeNow $890 105 Magnolia Gardens 3 TOWN 2 Neg. Now $895 Haw Branch 2.5 Neg. $1100 l 105 CREEKER WAY 109 CEDAR LANE 203-12 Lanieve (Hubert) 2.5 more No9,Now Now $900 203-12 e e 662 Bay Ha bo D 3/2 Neg Now $975 a Lot Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 9, .29 Deer acre Island ................................................................ Harbor, Swansboro, .29 acre ................................................................ $225,000 $225,000 a ULTS s and Ha bo Swansbo o 33 $200 off 1st mo332for i p Call (910) 577-1000 info or to p Cal 404 Hedgerow 2 Neg. Now $1000 105 CREEKER TOWN WAY 109 CEDAR LANE CIATES S WEYER & A SSOCIATES c c 358 9210 1880 Haw$100 Branch 33 TOWN 2.5 Neg. Now $1100 S $800 S Sp$1045 201 Ashwood 3 No Sway Now $890 105 Creeker Charles Rawls910 Associate Broker Refrigerator AssociateEXPERTISE Broker 1/2 off 1st mo e$1000 off 1yr lease 1/2 off 1st265-0771 mo 32 Town and Frost Free 5 CEDAR POINT 104 Topsail lakes Dr (Incl. Yard Care) 3/2 Now $200 off 1st mo (910) pe$1045 404 Hedgerow 2 Neg. Neg. Now •USMC INTEGRITY EXPERTISE INTEGRITY 105 Creeker way 105 CREEKER WAY 109 CEDAR201 LANE WNow Y RS& A OC AT Charles Rawls Park Cha 203-12 Lanieve (Hubert) No • $900 1/2 off 1st mo LotNeg. 7, Deer Island Harbor, .36 acre ................................................................$195,000 www.soldbysamnjody.com 00 201EAshwood 3 No Now $890 Swansboro, Ash 100 Ashbury 333 Town 22home! Now USMC RETIRED 1/2 off 1st mo $100 off 1yr 304 Aspen Neg. 8/10 $1050 Associate Broker 104Hedgerow Top a schedule ake D nc Ya dlease Ca e 3/22.5 Neg HUBERT CEDAR POINT 105 Creeker way 1117 Hammock Beach Road •Town Swansboro, NC 28584 Charles Rawls Park $200 1st mo 404 Neg. Now Now Let $1000 et us you sell or buy your 1/2 off 1st mo 3/2 7Neg. s and Ha bo EXPERT Swansbo404 o Hed 36 rteret Counties 100E Ashbury 33home! 22Lo Neg. Now $800 Asso Associate Broker Roff R D HUBERT CEDAR POINT $200 off 1st mo 33 22weekdays! a tour EXPERTISE • Dee INTEGRITY TY 304 Aspen 8/10 $1050 345Hollow SMITH ROAD HUMMINGBIRD S.Swansboro, 123B AVE. us help you sell or buy your 101-A Egret Landing Ct No Now $1250 droom, 1 help bath waterfront 404JACKSON Hedgerow Neg. Now$225,000 $1000 28584 HuberT $200 off 1st mosmoking EXPERTISE • INTEGRITY 404 Hedgerow Neg. Now $1000 (910) 353-7515 102 Quail 33701 22 No 7/25 $1200 Associate Broker 0 HUBERT CEDAR POINT UI-Utilities included, No inside of Homes schedule a tour weekdays! A N AGENT WHO KNOWS THE STRESSES OF BUYING AND SELLING YOUR HOME EXPERTISE • INTEGRITY ME Lot 8, Deer Island Harbor, .35 acre ................................................................ Let us help you sell or buy your home! HuberT EXPERT 101 A Eg e and ng C 3/2 No Now $1250 EXPERTISE • INTEGRITY 1 bedroom, 1 bath waterfront 102 Quail Hollow 2• Swansboro, No $1200 1117 Hammock Beach NC 28584 EXPERTISE 2 bedrooms, 2½33Obaths. Privacy 102SQuail Hollow 3 2 2LoPoint 7/25 $1200 UI-Utilities between included, NoCherry smoking inside ofand Homes & Services N AG N www.soldbysamnjody.com WHO KNOW H R Road BUY AND 7/25 NG YOUR HOM 1$1150 bedroom, 1 bath waterfront PROVEN RESULTS PROVEN RESULTS Conveniently located 8NoDee s and Ha bo Swansbo o Qua 35 HuberT rd, • INTEGRITY 304 EAAspen 2 NG Neg. 8/10 $1050 RENT Rawls JULY2½ 11 Oak (Furnished) 3 Yes Now $1350 102 0 102Brent Quail Hollow FREE No 7/19 7/25 $1200 2 bedrooms, baths. 201 Creek 33 22 Privacy Neg. Charles do.Multiple WalkingListing distance to (910) 353-7515 MAYSVILLE SWANSBORO EMERALD ISLE 1 bedroom, 1 bath water PROV PROVEN RESULTS Pam Marriott 101 3 3 Neg Now $1200 2.29 2.5 baths. fenced back yard, WalkingCamp PROVEN RESULTS FREE RENT R JULY 11 Winfall S bedrooms, Oak Fu................................................................ nlocated hed 3 Ye Now $1350 2 bedrooms, 201 Brent Creek 3baths. 2 Privacy Neg. 7/19 $1150P m M 1/2 off 1st moPrivacy Ch w 2½ Lot 9, DeerNow Island Harbor, Swansboro, acre $225,000 condo. distance to 2100 Country rd. PROV PROVEN RESULTS 2 be fenced back yard, one car 2Woodlake bedrooms, 2.5 baths. back yard, 102 23 2.5 Neg. $800 201 Brent Creek 3 22 Club Neg. Now $1150 Conveniently between Cherry Point and 101 Win Lejeune in the Friendly City by the Sea. 101 Winfall 3 Neg Now $1200 PROVEN RESULTS www.mrawls.com Walking distance to Broker 133 Belvedere 3/2 Neg. Now $1100 Lo 9 Dee s and Ha bo Swansbo o 29 www.mrawls.com hies • Swansboro backPrivacy yard, onefenced Associate Broker Serving UnitedBeachVacations.com Onslow & Carteret Counties Serving Onslow & Carteret Counties 2 bedrooms,Associate 1 fenced bath, www.mrawls.com 2car bedrooms, 2 baths,condo. 3 bedrooms, 2½ baths, PROVEN RESULTS e.Rd. g, ne dining and beautiful 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths. Privacy fenced back yard, Serving Onslow 105 Tiffany Placee & Carteret Counties 3 2 Yes 8/1 $1000 www.mrawls.com 102 Woodlake 2 2.5 Now Counties $800 mrawls www www.mrawls.com condo. Walking distanc A fenced o a www Bback o Serving 133 Be vede 3/2 Neg Now $1100 Onslow Carteret one Neg. car&com A Bmrawls UnitedBeachVacations.com Serving 105 Tiffany Place 33 22 Club Yes $1000 Serv ng Serving Onslow & Carteret Country Counties 2100 rd. one car garage. Very well-maintained townhome. shopping, and beautiful 102 Woodlake 2 2.5 Neg. Now $800 ne dining 105 Tiffa 105 Tiffany Place Yes 8/1 8/1 $1000  www.mrawls.com Camp Lejeune the Friendly City by the Sea. garage. Very well-maintained www.mrawls.com 62 East Ridge 3yard, $975 beautiful hardoodgarage. oors, yard 55+ community, The Villages love the beach! one Both Boards of Realtorsin & Multiple Listing Services one car garage. Very well-maintained townhome. Serving &Now Carteret Counties 105 Tiffany Place & Carteret Counties 3 2 2 Neg. Yes Now 8/1 $1000 shopping, ne Member dining and beautiful Serving Onslow 301 Sterling 3 1 Onslow Neg. Now $825 Very well-maintained Member Both Boards of Realtors & Member Multiple Both Listing Boards Services of Realtors & Multiple Listing Services ic downtown Swansboro. 301 Sterling 3 1 Neg. Now $825 Charles Rawls Member Both Boar Member Both Boards of Realtors & Multiple Listing Services 62 Ea R dge 3 2 Neg $975 one car garage. Very well-maintained townhome. (910) 326-5980 shopping,  ne dining and b Ster 105 Tiffany Place 3 2 Yes Now $1000 downtown Member BothServices of Realtors & Multiple Listing Services 3 1 Neg. Now $825 isting Services301 Sterling service garage.Listing Very well-maintained Member Bo h301 Board Historic Swansboro. 301 Sterling Neg.4/25 Now $825 included. of Swansboro • INTEGRITY (910) 326-5980 Member Both Boards Realtors & Multiple CEC-A 3 3or 2 1buy Neg. $925 $127,500 townhome. 80 130 Aberdeen Beach Rd. 3 3 of Neg. Now $1000 1117 Hammocks • Swansboro Member Both Boards Realtors & Multiple Listing Services sociateEXPERTISE BrokerHammocks 304 33 1.5 No $850 downtown Swansboro. Let•of us help you$127,500 sellBoards your home! (910) 326-5980 $127,500 townhome. (910) 326-5980 130 Abe 1117 Hammo 301 Sterling 1 buy Neg. Now $825 CECA 33 or 2 Neg 4/25 $925 130Sheffield AberdeenBeach Rd. • Swansboro 3 Neg. Now Now Historic $1000 1117 EXPERTISE INTEGRITY 304 Sheffield 3 1.5 No Now $850 Historic downtown Swan Pam Marriott Let us help you sell your home! (910) 326-5980 $120,000 304 Sheffield 3 1.5 No Now $850 townhome. Jacksonville Beach / Hubert / •Swansboro 1117 Hammocks Rd. Swansboro $700 a month $10509/15 a month$1350 $1200 a month 200 33 21.5 Neg. Pam 1117 Hammocks Beach 1117 Hammocks • bo Swansboro Rd. • $120,000 Swansboro Pam (Hubert) Marriott EXPERTISE INTEGRITY $127,500 1117 Hammocks Beach Rd. $1350 • Swansboro304 She wansboro Associate Broker 304 3o 1.5 No Beach Now $850 304Knoll Sheffield No Now $850 Pam Marriott Pam Marriott 200 Knoll (Hubert) 3 2 Neg. 9/15 ackSheffield onv e• / Hube /Rd. Swan

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Pam Marriott Lot 1, Deer Islan 1, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .44 acre ................................................................$195,000 286 R gg Hube DR. 33 2 Neg $950 RE DRIVE 238 YOUPON DRIVE Core 3 22 Yes Now $975 202 Core 2Rawls Yes Now $975 Serving Onslow & Carteret Counties 101 RACCOON CT. 128 PLOW POINT LN. 28 PIRATES COVE NEW 4 BEDROOM / 2.5 BATHROOM HOME Mary S. Rawls 1/2 off 1st mo PROVEN RESULTS 203-12 Lanieve (Hubert) 2 2.5 No Now $950 202 Cor DEER ISLAND HARBOR 202 Core 3 2 Yes Now $975 202Hinson Core 2Rates Yes Now Now $975 Broker DEER Richlands OR ISLAND HARBOR DEER ISLAND HARBOR ARY AWLS EALTY T IRED OF Pam Marriott Associate Broker Associate TY Competitive 43 3Services Neg. $950 1880 3 2.55Rates Neg. Now $1100 2 off 1stAWLS mo www.mrawls.com 203Haw 12 Branch an eve 1Competitive Hube 2 Marr 2 Now $950 DEER ISLAND HARBOR DEER Serving & Carteret Broker/Owner Lot 2, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .54 acre ................................................................$265,000 Member Both330 Boards Realtors & Multiple Listing ARY EALTY Pam oNo 1/2 off Counties 1st mo TERET HUBERT 330Onslow Hinson Neg.Now Now $1300 $950 2, Deer 1880 Ha 123 Springleaf 3 4 3 3 Neg. 1880 Hawof Branch 2.5 Neg. Now $1100 www mrawls com 151 Christy 3 BATHROOM 2 Neg. Now 8/10 $975 CAPE CARTERET JACKSONVILLE SWANSBORO 0 Broker/Owner Lot Islan 1880 Haw Branch 33 Mortgage 2.5 Neg. Now $1100 Serv ng Ons ow & Car ere Coun es WITH OVER 9 ACRES ~ $197,700 NEW 4 BEDROOM / 2.5 HOME No Private 2, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .54 acre ................................................................$265,000 108 Lois 3 2 Yes $900 1 2 off 1st mo 123Hinson Sp ng ea 34 33 Neg Now $1300 Associate Broker SWANSBORO’S NEWEST SUBDIVISION 1880South Haw Branch 3P 2.5 Neg.Now Now P $1100 BDIVISION 108NE Lois baths, Hammocks 1½ baths, AYING ET 108Lois Lois 22bedrooms, 3 22 Yes Now2 bath,$900 $900 Member Both Boards of Realtors & Multiple Listing Services 330 Neg. Now $950 SWANSBORO’S NEWEST SWANSBORO’S SUBDIVISION NEWEST SUBDIVISION 255 Creek 3 2 Yes $950 bedrooms, 2 baths, 4 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms, 2½ baths, 108 3 Yes Now 117 Beach Rd. • Swansboro $98,500 Assoc a e Broker SWANSBORO’S NEWEST SUBDIVISION 145 Live Oak 3 2 Neg. Now $975 CALL US TODAY! 2to LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! SWANSBORO ET Member Bobonus h Boards o Rea ors &newly MuSwansboro, p e 9L ACRES s 3ng Serv 108 LoisCALL US TODAY! 3 2 Yes Now YOU! $900 255 Sou h WITH C eek 2 Ye Now $950 3, Deer Island Harbor, .41 acre ................................................................$265,000 326-5980 145 Live he Inland Corner double lot,Pam close Marriott Within 11 ofSERVE 145Live LiveOak Oak Neg. Now $975 OVER ~ces $197,700 TO 1880 Haw Branch 2.5AYING Neg. Now $1100 community boat ramp. to raiseNow the kidsLot or$975 entertain room, community pool,(910) 145 33great 22 yardNeg. Insurance P ETLOT PURCHASE No Private Mortgage 209 Pinto Pl. BOAST 3 3 miles 2 2 Neg. $950 Lot 3, PURCHAS Deer 751 Islan 751 Francktown 33 P 2.5 Neg. 7/2 $1145 3, PURCHASE Deer751 Island Harbor, Swansboro, .41 acre ................................................................$265,000 P mSLIP M2 LOCATIONS o INCLUDED WITH LOT (910) 326-5980 No Private Mortgage OT 145 Live Oak Neg.Now Now $975 Jacksonville 910.328.6732 Fra y. Queens910.353.5100 Creek. 209 PPete n oJones P BOAST 33 INCLUDED 2 Neg $950 Associate Broker 3/3 Surf 751 Francktown 2.5theCity Neg.hot 7/2 $1145 SLIP108-21 Francktown 2.5 Neg. Now $1145 BOAST INCLUDED WITH SLIP LOT WITH 108 Lois 2PURCHASE Yes Now Now $900 on long days of summer. painted. 910.326.5980 1117 Hammocks Beach Rd. • Swansboro BOAST SLIP INCLUDED WITH LOT PURCHASE Jacksonville 910.353.5100 / Surf City 910.328.6732 32 Rd. 2 2.5 Neg. Now $750 304 Hybrid 4 2 No 3/26 $850 A o a B o 751 Francktown 3 2.5 Green Neg. Now $1145 SLIP108-21 BOAST INC Camp LeJeune's Piney Gate Within 11 miles of 910.326.5980 1117 Hammocks Beach Rd. • Swansboro Lot 4, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .52 acre ................................................................ $295,000 108-21 Pete Jones Rd. 2 2.5 Neg. Now $750 Insurance 108-21 Pete Jones Rd. 2 2.5 Neg. Now $750 Lot 1, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .44 acre ............................................................... Amenities included 304 Hyb d 43 22 No $850 D EPOSITS ? 145 Live Oak Neg. 3/26 Now $925 Address BR BA Pets Avail. Price/Mo ....................................$195,000 onth $675 RENTALS Vacation Rentals Specials Available $700 a month $1100 a month $900 a month Lot 4, Deer Islan Insurance 108-21 Pete Jones Rd. 2 2.5 Neg. Now $750 415 Eucalyptus 3 2 Neg. 4/16 $950 4, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .52 acre ................................................................ $295,000 Address BR BA Pets Avail. Price/Mo Amenities included 1,Deer Deer Island Harbor, .44.44 acre ................................................................$195,000 Lot 1, Deer Island Harbor, LotLot 1,Pete .44 acre ................................................................$195,000 Harbor,Swansboro, Swansboro, acre ................................................................$195,000 ?/Mo Vacation Vacation VacationRentals Rentals / Specials SpecialsAvailable Available Mary S. Rawls Mary S. RawlsSwansboro, 108-21 Jones Rd. 2.5 Neg. Now $750? Lot* 2, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .54* acre 415 Euca yp uIsland 32 2 Neg 4/16 $950 Sneads Ferry Topsail / North Topsail Beach Lo 1............................................................... Deeands Dryer and Ha bo Swansbo Loo1 D EPOSITS Mackey’s Seaside (sleeps 10) 4 2.5 Yes $1200-2685 ....................................$265,000 Camp LeJeune's Piney Green Gate Vacation Rentals Specials Available Landscaped Natural Setting Washer www.mrawls.com EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

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No Now $950 $1450 NorthPointe Pointe(sleeps (sleeps12) 12) 4 3 No $725-1695 0 Lot 3,Sunsational Deer Harbor, Swansboro, acre North Pointe (sleepsIsland 12) 4 2 3 .41 No ................................................................$265,000 $725-1695 North Pointe (sleeps 12) No $725-1695 Funtastic & (sleeps 8) 4 3 No $695-1445 Hook-ups in Individual Units * Private Porches on 509 Sage 4 Neg 3/23 $950 1404-5 Old Folk Stone Rd. 3 3 Neg. Now $975 (inc. water) Lot DeerFolk Island Harbor, Swansboro, .52*acre Funtastic &$295,000 (sleeps 8) 4 3 NoHUBERT105 $695-1445 .................................... ORO CAPE CARTERET * 4,Landscaped Na Sett ng Washer ands$1200 Dryer * Landscaped Natural Setting *lane Washer and Dryer ORO EMERALD ISLE Funtastic CREEKER TOWN WAY 109Swansboro, CEDAR Lo 3............................................................... Dee and Hawater) bo Swansbo LooH 3 155 Winter 4Heat Yes 4/5 Funtastic &Sunsational Sunsational (sleeps 8) 4 3 No Rawls $695-1445 1404-5 Stone Rd. 34 2.5 33*and Neg. Now $975 (inc. 0 Funtastic &4,(sleeps Sunsational (sleeps 8) 4 33LANE No ................................................................ $695-1445 Funtastic &Old Sunsational (sleeps 8) ura Units No $695-1445 Each Residence * Central Air Conditioning 109 Cedar w Lot Deer Island Harbor, .52 acre $295,000 Sundance 10) 4 No $595-1050 Charles 105 CREEKER TOWN W Ho Hook-ups in Individual Private Porches on Sundance (sleeps 10) 4 3 No $595-1050 Infi nity Construction Group, Inc. CREEKER TOWN WAY 109Cedar CEDAR 304 Woody Way 3 4 2 LANE No $1300 155 W n(sleeps eacre 44POINT 23 5 Ye 4/5 $1200 Hook-ups in2½ Units *Lot Private Porches on HUBERT n 4, Now Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, Lot 4,.52 Deer Island ................................................................ Harbor, Swansboro, .52 acre ................................................................ $295,000 Meet with Local Builder Buddy Yates with LotHook 5, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .38 acre ............................................................... bath, 3bedrooms, bedrooms, 2Individual baths, 2 No bedrooms, 1½ baths, Sundanc baths, 3(sleeps baths, Each Residence * Central Heat and Air Conditioning 109 ....................................$195,000 Charles Rawls Sundance 10) 3lane $595-1050 Sundance (sleeps 10)$295,000 4 323 Nova $595-1050 1100 Springwood 3Un Neg. 4/6 $950 Associate Broker CEDAR 105 CREEKER TOWN WAY 109 CEDAR LANE Sundance No $595-1050 304 Woody Way 3 No Now $1300 ups n Ind v dua s * Pr e Porches on Hook-ups in Individual Units * Private Porches on Lo 4 Dee s and Ha bo Swansbo Lo o 4 M Blistered (sleeps 8) 10) 4 2 Yes $595-1050 0 Blistered (sleeps 8) 4 2 Yes $595-1050 Ea 109 Cedar lane Lot 5, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .38 acre ................................................................$195,000 (Heat Pumps) * Ample Parking Facilities * Wall to Wall Cedar Broker Charles Rawls HUBERTBlistered owntown water access the*Inland Corner lot, close to Bayview Dr. 2 POINT 2 2and Neg. 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Now Head in the Clouds 9) Cedar 34poinT 2.5 Lot Yes Associate Broker Infi nity Construction Group, Inc. CEDAR 2$655-1095 bedrooms, 2½ baths. Privacy 0 Lo 5touches Dee s2$1100 and Ha bo 2½ Swansbo Lo oin5 isEach Res dence * Cen ra Hea and A r Cond on ng Lot 6, Deer Island Harbor, Swansboro, .33 acre ................................................................$195,000 Each Residence * Central and Air Conditioning o.oro Waterway. Queens Creek.$950 Head (He Head in the Clouds (sleeps 9) 3 2.5 Yes $655-1095 181 Topsail Reef 2 2 No Now UI Carpeting and Sheet Vinyl Flooring * Swimming Pool, R ch and Cedar poinT Head in the Clouds (sleeps 9) 3 2.5 Yes $655-1095 bedrooms, baths. Priv 1 bedroom, 1 bath waterfront Lot 7,acre Deer................................................................$195,000 Island Harbor, .36 acre ............................................................... 1Wonderland bedroom, bath waterfront Walking dis-Swansboro, Beach Wood (sleeps 8) 1Mary 3Lotcondo. 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wo silhouettes of terror approached the grounds of Lejeune High School aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune the morning of Oct. 4. The faces of the men showed no fear, no hesitation, and as their guns rose, a collective gasp from observers echoed through the hallways. In an unprecedented event uniting the Department of Defense, MCB Camp Lejeune’s emergency response organizations, law enforcement and school system united for the annual Urgent Response exercise. “This year, our scenario was an active shooter at the high school, which resulted in a mass casualty exercise,” said Joe Hanks, exercise director. “This is the biggest one we’ve done so far with the most people involved.” For 10 months, leaders brainstormed the possibilities of executing such a complicated maneuver, along with every person and organization it would effect. The plan was difficult, untried and, if conducted poorly, could result in panic. However, with the shadow of the 2009 Ft. Hood shootings looming in the not-so-distant past, officials moved forward with the idea, determined not

to let history repeat itself. “We all pray every day something like this doesn’t happen,” explained Col. Brad Vickers, assistant chief of staff for base operations. “But if it does, it is incumbent upon us to be absolutely prepared and to react in the best way possible. It’s close to home, and it’s important we get this right.” Parts were set into motion immediately. “Productive things happened before we even carried out the exercise,” noted Randy Hall, exercise coordinator. “The base updated the emergency response plans between the school and the military police to try and fill in any gaps.” The decision to carry out the event at LHS was not taken lightly. “Based on historical and recent events, the school seemed like the best place to practice the mock SEE DRILL 3D

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(Left) Members of the Special Reaction Team check the halls for any dangers during the annual Urgent Response exercise at Lejeune High School aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Oct. 4. (Above) Marines play the roles of active shooters during a mass casualty drill aboard MCB Camp Lejeune for the Urgent Response exercise Oct. 4.

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(Above left) Eric Steimel, Lejeune High School principal, identifies wounded students during a mass casualty drill aboard MCB Camp Lejeune Oct. 4. (Above middle) A Marine hides behind the bleachers as he plays a student in shock for part of the Urgent Response exercise at Lejeune High School Oct. 4. The drill united MCB Camp Lejeune’s emergency response organizations, law enforcement and school systems in an unprecedented scenario involving more than 200 people. (Above right) Sgt. Corey Judson carries a shooting victim to safety as part of this year’s Urgent Response exercise at Lejeune High School aboard MCB Camp Lejeune Oct. 4.


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the day turns into a life or death chase through the streets of Manhattan. Michael Shannon (“Revolutionary Road,” “Take Shelter”) co-stars as Bobby Monday, the corrupt New York City detective, who is keen on seizing his latest cargo. Also appearing is Dania Ramirez (“American Reunion”) as Vanessa, a co-worker, Wole Parks (“Taking Chance”) as Manny, a competitive biker, and Jamie Chung (“The Hangover II”) as Nima, the Chinese law student. David Koepp (“Ghost Town,” “Secret Window”), who also co-wrote the screenplay with John Kamps, directed this piece unfolding more or less in real time, with GordonLevitt spending the entire movie on his bike. “Premium Rush” is a fast-paced, lightweight end of summer movie that provides plenty of thrills but little else. Now playing at Jacksonville “LOOPER” (R) “Looper” is a science fiction action thriller set in the future where time travel is possible. The futuristic thriller runs back and forth between the years 2044 and 2074 when time travel was invented; however it will be illegal and only available on the black market. When the mob wants to eliminate someone, the target is sent back 30 years into the past, where

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DRILL FROM 1D attack,” Hall said. “Something unique to this exercise was how officials held town hall meetings with parents and staff.” Eric Steimel, LHS principal, admitted his initial concern was how parents would react to the drill. “No one understands better the importance of training than a Marine,” he stated. “Parents were exceptionally supportive and thankful to know we are going the extra mile to keep their children safe.” Steimel and his staff pushed the plan intentionally from the first day of school, keeping the parents informed and even practicing two lockdown drills with the students. “The students were very cooperative,” Steimel commented. “(They) did not treat this as a joke. They seemed to understand and appreciate the seriousness of this and why we’re doing it.” By the time the Urgent Response Exercise arrived, all teams were on their toes, ready to play their roles. The scenario involved two gunmen entering the school, scuffling with the School Resource Officer, shooting victims in the gymnasium and ultimately being caught by incoming response teams. Official observers, including visiting members of the Department of Defense Education Activity, followed the action of the attack and took note of the time it took each team to respond. Marines volunteered to play the roles of injured and deceased students, and Cpl. Jacob Bryan, Headquarters and Support Company, acted his part perfectly continuing a constant scream for help throughout the exercise. “I was trying to make it as realistic as possible,” he shrugged. “In a situation like this, that’s how it would be for most (military police) and firemen.” Military police officers worked diligently, checking each classroom and securing the area, including the gym. “Our team did really well,” noted Officer Matthew Simpkins. “It’s important for the everyone to see how we all work together.” Brewster Middle School’s SRO, Darla Watkins, watched as the response teams brought Steimel in to identify victims, who continued to ask for help and moan as if they’d been shot. “Because we’re protectors of the children, you get anxious,” she said. “My job is to protect these kids. Something like this is necessary because you get all the people who would be involved to work together in the situation. We have to work together to create unity. We train for this, not just inside the schools but outside as well.” The most chilling moment of the exercise came as the initial response team prepared to move out and medical support came in to assess injuries and

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(Above) Chantel Teraberry (2nd from right) is surrounded by friends and family during the unveiling of the new memorial garden set up in honor of her daughter Weslea at Johnson Primary School aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Oct. 5. (Top right) Weslea Teraberry’s picture hangs in the hallway of Johnson Primary School in honor of her memory. Teraberry passed away in 2008 after an accident with the window blind cord in her home. (Bottom right) Chantel Teraberry tells a story about her daughter, Weslea, after revealing the memorial frame the Johnson Primary School Parent Teacher Association made for her at the school Oct. 5. Weslea was supposed to start kindergarten at the school before her accidental death in 2008.

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Weslea Teraberry exuded the energy and excitement of a normal four-year-old. She didn’t walk; she bounced. Her outgoing personality drew people to her, and she never hesitated to tell of her future plans to attend Johnson Primary School with her sister aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Weslea, however, would never make it to her first day of kindergarten. In a tragic twist of a typical day, her mother, Chantel, found her standing in her crib being choked by the window blind cord. Medics were unable to revive her, and she passed away during an air-lift transport to a nearby hospital Feb. 15, 2008. The impact continues to ripple across the Marine Corps’s relatively small community where friends become instant

family. Just as every reunion, birthday and joyous occasion is celebrated by many, when tragedy strikes it’s not felt by one but by all. “It rocked our world,” remembers Amanda Hernandez, a close family friend. “If it could happen to them, it could happen to any of us.” The JPS faculty, along with many of the students and their families, came together to set up a memorial garden in the weeks following Weslea’s death, but over the years, upkeep and safety issues caused the site to be set aside. As the five-year anniversary of the accident approaches, Weslea’s grandfather, Adrien Joinette found the memorial in need of a makeover during a recent visit. “When I visited a friend in July, we started talking about the possibilities,” he explained. The story and suggestions reached JPS’ assistant principal, Kendra Wetherington,

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who proposed a relocation plan to the school’s Parent Teacher Association for their Beautification Fund. “(Hernandez) graciously volunteered to head the project, took the ball and rolled with it,” stated Wetherington. Because of her connection with the Teraberry family, Hernandez wanted to make sure the new memorial was done right. “I’ve had the pleasure of being a family friend for a long time,” she said. “(Weslea’s death) was devastating to the entire community. It’s nice we’re allowed to do something in her memory.” Hernandez, along with several other members of the PTA and personal friends, banned together with the help of local businesses and the Department of Defense Education Activity’s maintenance department to build a stone walkway, plant a small garden and set up a statue in Weslea’s memory directly behind the flag pole in front of the school. Benches were also donated to set in the area. “Weslea was an amazing little girl,” Hernandez pointed out. “This project was near and dear to my heart. It still feels like yesterday.” The new memorial was revealed Oct. 5 at JPS. Chantel traveled from Canada, where her family is currently living, with her daughter and Joinette for the unveiling and was taken aback by the encouragement she continues to receive from her friends, the JPS faculty and official base leaders. Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Gorry, commanding general of Marine Corps Installations East, came to show his support and to learn more about who Weslea was. “What we’ve always hoped for is to bring awareness to the unknown dangers,” Joinette admitted. “It’s nice to

know people still want to remember. I never expected all this.” In addition to the outside display, Hernandez also put together a framed photo collage with a poem written by one of the teacher’s who knew Weslea and a plaque which reads, “If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever …. May she forever dance in our hearts as she danced the hallways in her pink boots.” After uncovering the picture, Chantal addressed everyone who came to remember with her. “This means so much. Thank you,” she said. “(Weslea) loved this school.” Wetherington, who was not at JPS when the tragedy occurred, realized the unique bond the military families have with the school while working on the project. “You can tell what a family we are here,” she pointed out. “We are here to serve our military families everyday. We are a family unit beyond just the military. The connection between school and home is huge. This is just one example. We’ll always rally together.” Since Weslea’s death, Chantel learned family doesn’t always mean sharing the same blood but rather the same heart. “Being a military wife, your friends become your family,” she described. “It never matters where you are or how long it’s been since you were together. It’s always like the last day you saw them.” The group of friends gathered around Chantel after the ceremony, and through choked-back tears, she assured them she wouldn’t have gotten through the tragedy without them. “For them to even do this for me … I’m so lucky to have the friends I have,” she explained. “These ladies are my home. We’re family.”

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Military spouses share information about each other during a Lifestyles, Insights, Networking, Knowledge and Skills class aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune recently. The class helped the spouses learn about the Marine Corps’ traditions and build bonds between some of their peers so they have a support system to cope with the challenges of the military lifestyle.

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Marines make no pretense of being normal. They live in a world with its own language and values. Their last names function as their first names, their clocks have 24 hours instead of twelve, and they have an acronym or phrase for nearly everything. A Marine’s life can seem like a maze to their families back home, but thanks to the Lifestyles, Insights, Networking, Knowledge and Skills class, their loved ones have access to the map. Seventeen spouses, whose Marines are deploying with Combat Logistics Regiment 2, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, took hold of that map during a L.I.N.K.S. class here recently. “It’s about getting the spouses informed so they can be more independent,� said Tracie Newman, the family readiness officer for CLR-2. “They can be an asset

to their Marines, and knowledge is power for them.� They started with the nuts and bolts as the instructors broke down the rank structure, unit organization and traditions of the Marine Corps. The class then discussed effective communication techniques and financial awareness. The volunteer instructors reviewed common terms used in the Marine Corps and even demonstrated how to read a Leave and Earning Statement, which documents a Marine’s income every month. The spouses also learned about the benefits they can receive, such as healthcare, education assistance and career planning. “I think it’s incredibly informative,� said Samantha Taylor, whose husband is a Marine with the regiment. “I had a lot of questions. It can be a challenge dealing with things, such as moving and constantly being ready to reposition your schedule because the Marine

Corps needs him at three in the morning.� Taylor was married for less than one year, and her husband is now preparing for deployment. They canceled their large family wedding because of his training schedule. Dealing with the common challenges associated with moving and the stress of deployment was a focal point for the attendees as CLR2 is preparing for deployment. “There are other people in the same boat, and they do share interests,� said Newman, who pointed out one spouse was married for only two weeks and another for 27 years, but both were drawn together by L.I.N.K.S. “They got to see who is more experienced and who can be a possible mentor.� Building a sense of teamwork is one of the great benefits of L.I.N.K.S., said Newman. It shows Marines their spouses are an asset to them, and it shows spouses they are an asset to each other.

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OCTOBER 11, 2012

THE GLOBE, CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C.

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Chaplain’s Corner

Practice patience NAVY LT. JISUP CHOI

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

Photo by Lance Cpl. Nik S. Phongsisattanak

Cmdr. Jon W. Lyle, a Catholic chaplain with Marine Corps Installations East - Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, leads the Catholic mass aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune recently. Lyle is currently the only Catholic chaplain assigned to the base, despite the large Catholic community.

New chaplain leads Catholic faithful LANCE CPL. NIK S. PHONGSISATTANAK Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune welcomes a new Catholic chaplain who feels right at home with the Marines. Cmdr. Jon W. Lyle, a Catholic chaplain with Marine Corps Installations East - Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, is currently the only Catholic chaplain assigned to the base. He’s been the command chaplain at four of his previous duty stations, but his main duty here calls for more out-of-the-office tasks he looks forward to. “I’ve been a command chaplain in my past stations, but it’s nice to have a change,” said Lyle. “What I like most about ministry is I get to do the fun things. I don’t have to worry about staff meetings or administrative work, and I get to focus on interacting with the community.” Lyle said he hopes to be able to provide a wonderful and vibrant Catholic program for the community. “I’m actually thrilled to be here,” said Lyle. “I’ve been away from the Marines for a while, so it’s nice to be back with them.” Lyle joined the Navy in 1988, and was in the reserves for 11 years. For seven months at the time he was assigned to a Marine component based at Andrews Air Force Base. His return to the presence of devil dogs was a wel-

coming moment for him. “Of all of the services, I feel the Marines value their chaplains the most,” said Lyle. “The attitude I get from the Marines is they want and demand a chaplain. They don’t deploy without chaplains; they make chaplains feel part of the team, and it’s nice to be with people who appreciate and respect chaplains. This environment is very refreshing, and it’s great to be back with them.” Lyle was sent to MCB Camp Lejeune because of the shortage of Catholic priests. The Marine Corps Base Chaplains Office felt there was a more critical need for an active-duty priest down here to fill the space, said Lyle. “He’s a huge support asset to us,” said Lt. Cmdr. Erskine L. Alvis, the training and operations chaplain with MCI East - MCB Camp Lejeune. “We have a very large Catholic community, and he does a great job of supporting them. He is currently on active duty, and it makes big difference to many of our (service members). They appreciate his leadership. He’s a wonderful gentleman, and he’s doing really well.” Lyle can relate to the Marines in many ways with skin as tough as a devil dog’s. He was the first chaplain to go through the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, and went through training such as pepper spray and body hardening exercises. To keep up with his physi-

cal fitness, he trains at the gym on a daily basis. “When the Marines and sailors go on their 20-mile humps, I would never miss it,” said Lyle. “It’s one of the ways you get credibility. When I’m out there doing the same stuff they’re doing, I show them I can keep up.” Before Lyle joined the Navy he taught history at Father Judge High School in Philadelphia. “There are a lot of similarities between a teacher and a military chaplain,” said Lyle. “Teachers are in service teaching and educating people, and the military chaplain is the same way.” He’s taken his experience as a teacher and applied it to his role as a chaplain. “I have a masters degree in history, so I love to read and study history,” said Lyle. “We learn to interpret the past to improve the future. I also enjoy reading biographies, because you can learn a lot from the way people handle challenges and make life choices.” Lyle’s ability to teach as well as learn from the books translates well to when he supports and interacts with people. “When people share their stories and confide in you, it can be humbling,” said Lyle. “I don’t have any great skills or insight, but if I can support or provide guidance to someone, it gives me a sense of accomplishment.” Chaplains also help support the community at marriage ceremonies,

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baptisms and funerals. “It’s powerful to be there at these moments of people’s lives such as birth, death and commitment,” said Lyle. “I like being of service to the people and helping them with their life journey.” Lyle offers his wisdom and heart to the patrons of MCB Camp Lejeune, aiding and guiding his fellow service members. Although his position is that of a teacher, he humbly steps down to be a student, which is why he continues to grow as a chaplain, sailor and person. “You can learn a lot from others and life,” said Lyle. “Every lesson in life is important, and I’m still learning. This is the most welcoming command I ever had, and I’m really looking forward to my time here.”

I am the kind of person who pulls the paper off the printer as it comes out. Whenever I order something online, I am tempted to click on the next day delivery button. Delivery in five to seven days just sounds like an eternity for me to get my hands on what I just paid for. One of my daughter’s favorite sayings is, “Be patient, dad.” Just a couple of days ago, I was helping one of my daughters to do her 2nd grade math homework. She repeated the same mistake over and over when I thought I explained it to her. I kept getting frustrated. My oldest daughter saw I was about to reach the end of my limit. She wrote me a note on a little piece of paper shaped like a heart, “Be patient with her, dad. It took me hours to finally get it.” Thanks to my daughter, I took a deep breath, and we were able to finish the homework together. In the Bible, David appears as the second king of Israel. Saul, the first king of Israel, made some mistakes, and God decided to remove him from the throne. While Saul was still sitting on the throne, the prophet Samuel sought out David and anointed him as the next king of Israel. After being anointed, David slew Goliath, the giant Philistine warrior, and became the military leader of the nation. He won battles everywhere he went and enjoyed immense popularity among the people of Israel. He even married Saul’s daughter. The stage was set for David to take the throne. He was able, popular, and most importantly, he was already anointed by the prophet. There was nothing to stop him from taking the throne immediately. Yet, he remained patient. In fact, he left the palace, and began a long and arduous odyssey as a fugitive because Saul decided to kill him. Years later, Saul died in a battle. Once again, it seemed nothing could stand in his way of taking the throne. However, he didn’t charge into the city of Jerusalem to claim what rightfully belonged to him. He waited again. Instead, he settled in a region of Israel and became the leader of just one tribe. Finally all Israel’s leaders approached him and begged him to take the throne. He finally acquiesced and was declared as the king of Israel. Often, we don’t care to wait because waiting sounds passive and weak. However, I think waiting with patience requires a greater strength on our part. What are some of the areas in your life requiring patience? Is it your relationships, your career or something else? Remain patient, because if you pull the paper off the printer to soon, you’ll end up tearing it apart.


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