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FROM BOOTS TO SUITS: AIRMEN RECEIVE NEW ASSISTANCE PROGRAM GUIDANCE

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By Master Sgt. Nadine Barclay JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS

Airmen transitioning from military to civilian life now have new Transition Assistance Program curriculum and requirements that must be completed prior to separating. The United States Congress has mandated the new TAP guidance will take effect beginning on Oct. 1, 2019.

Members who have completed the pre-separation counseling and have been signed off on the electronic form by Sept. 30, 2019 are grandfathered in the 2019 fiscal year curriculum. If members fail to receive a signed electronic form by the deadline, they must re-accomplish the Pre-separation Counseling and complete applicable all new requirements in the FY20 curriculum. The goal of TAP is to provide in-

formation, tools and training to ensure service members and their spouses are prepared for the next step in civilian life; whether pursuing additional education, finding a career or starting their own business. For a detailed explanation of what those requirements are, per individual, please call the Langley Airman and Family Readiness Center at 757-764-3990 or 757-7643994 for additional guidance.

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Fire trucks, police cars bring joy to children at “Touch-aTruck”event Firefighter Kenneth Casey, assigned to the 733rd Mission Support Group Fire and Emergency Services Dept., talks with families during a “Touch-a-Truck.”

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Firefighter Kenneth Casey, assigned to the 733rd Mission Support Group Fire and Emergency Services Departments, talks families during the “Touch-a-Truck” event held at Joint Base LangleyEustis, Sept. 13. Children had the opportunity to meet police officers, fire fighters and emergency medical services members who are responsible for the safety on Fort Eustis.

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Firefighter Kenneth Casey, assigned to the 733rd Mission Support Group Fire and Emergency Services Dept., talks with a father as his son sits in firetruck driver’s seat during a “Touch-a-Truck” event held at Joint Base LangleyEustis, Sept. 13.

A young boy sits in a police car, which is assigned to the 733rd Mission Support Group Security Forces Squadron.

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Conservation law enforcement patrols, protects JBLE By Senior Airman Delaney Gonzales JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, VA.

Rivers, creeks and estuaries trace the landscape of Fort Eustis and it’s up to a select few to patrol the 27 miles worth of shoreline in order to protect the installation. “Fort Eustis is over 7,900 acres,” said Police Officer Sgt. Christopher Griffin, 733rd Security Forces Squadron Game Warden Section conservation law enforcement officer. “The post is surrounded by water--we are actually a peninsula.” Due to the dense forested areas and the expansive waterways, some parts of the installation are difficult to access. “We patrol through the post’s training areas to ensure no one is there without authorized access to that site and along the parameters [of the installation] where regular patrols have a hard time reaching,” said Police Officer Sgt. Bryan Sheehan, 733rd SFS Game Warden Section conservation law enforcement officer. Unlike other career fields, conservation law enforcement officer’s duties are partially contingent upon the time of year. “Depending on the season our routines vary, right now it’s mainly fishing--so my weekly operations would be checking the authorized and unauthorized fishing locations,” Sheehan explained. With certain military activities posing a threat to those who trespass into unauthorized locations, the public’s safety becomes a top priority for the post’s conservation law enforcement officers. “A lot of people don’t understand that with being an active military installation that certain military operations occur,” Griffin stated. “Not only on the water, but also on the land. Just because you do not hear rifle fire, does not mean those ranges aren’t in use. If you have boats entering into the creeks and the streams [near Fort Eustis], they could easily be struck by an errant round.” Considering the post’s long military

history, other hazards present themselves in the form of military artifacts. “This post was established in 1918,” Griffin remarked. “Originally the installation was a bombing range--unexploded ordnances can be found in certain areas on the post from World War I, World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Relic hunters attempt to enter onto the installation to go to Civil War sites, colonial sites and Native American sites,” Griffin added. “They don’t understand the dangers of going into those areas. Also, the ordnances they try to collect have their own inherent dangers.” The conservation law enforcement officers’ primary mission is to educate the base population about the rules and regulations regarding hunting, fishing and environmental laws. “I would like the public to know the game wardens at Fort Eustis are here for you,” Griffin noted. “We are here for [your] education more than anything. We are not here to write people tickets, however that is a part of the education process if it comes to that. Although, we prefer you ask us any questions you may have before you get yourself into trouble.” With the posts’ active hunting and fishing program, safety protocols are important to be aware of and to follow. “On Fort Eustis we have deer, turkey, small game and water fowl hunting, which incorporates the use of various weapons such as bows and shotguns,” Sheehan said. “If someone was to access an area where active hunting is going on, especially a Soldier or Airman who is wearing camouflage, they may not be visible to the hunter, which creates a potentially dangerous situation.” For more information about the conservation law enforcement program contact (757) 878-4557. “Please ask to speak to one of the conservation law enforcement officers here at Fort Eustis and we would be happy to return your phone call,” Griffin concluded.

U.S. Army Police Officer Sgt. Bryan Sheehan, 733rd Security Forces Squadron Game Warden Section conservation law enforcement officer, monitors the waterways along the coast of Joint Base Langley-Eustis. The conservation law enforcement officers’ primary mission is to educate the base population about the rules and regulations regarding hunting, fishing and environmental laws.

A U.S. Army patrol boat wades in the water. The boats used by the 733rd Security Forces Squadron are shallow draft boats due to the shallow depth of the rivers, creeks, streams and estuaries that surround the installation.

Senior Airman Delaney Gonzales

U.S. Army Police Officer Sgt. Christopher Griffin, 733rd Security Forces Squadron Game Warden Section conservation law enforcement officer, patrols the waterways along the coast of Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., Sept. 16. The post has 27 miles worth of shoreline that requires patrolling for the protection of the installation.

U.S. Army Police Officer Sgt. Christopher Griffin, 733rd Security Forces Squadron Game Warden Section conservation law enforcement officer, drives the patrol boat toward Third Port. Conservation law enforcement officers help to patrol 7,900 acres of the installation and its 27-mile-long shoreline.


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Tech Sgt. Carlin Leslie

U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 30th Intelligence Squadron, city officials and local residents honor the victims lost in the 2001 terrorist attack during the 18th annual “Reading of the Names” at Gosnold's Hope Park, Sept. 11. Each volunteer was givens sheet of paper with the names of the fallen and read them aloud around the memorial trees in the park.

9/11 Reading of the Names: Honor those who have fallen By Tech. Sgt. Carlin Leslie JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, VA.

The city of Hampton, Virginia, honored those lives lost in the terrorist attacks on 9/11 with the 18th annual “Reading of The Names” event at Gosnold Hope Park, Sept. 11. The event brought together U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 30th Intelligence Squadron, civic leaders and local residents to take part in honoring those heroes and additionally those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in Iraq and Afghanistan. “This event is representing those first responders and lives that were lost on 9/11 and our brothers in arms who have passed away, paying that ultimate sacrifice,” said U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Daniel, 30th IS. “It is

important for our Airmen to come and show their respect during the time the community has dedicated to honoring all of those lost.” Each volunteer is given a sheet of paper with the names of the fallen and read them aloud around the memorial trees in the park. Each reader has a solemn duty to read the names they have been provided, to ensure those who have been lost are not forgotten. The event continues a tradition that dates back to “Days of Remembrance and Hope” ceremonies held from December 11, 2001 to September 11, 2014. According to U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Gerald, 30th IS, many of the 30th IS Airmen were born shortly before 9/ 11, so they may hardly have any memories, if any at all, about how horrible that day was and just how shocking it

Tech Sgt. Carlin Leslie

U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Gerald, 30th Intelligence Squadron, reads names during the 18th annual “Reading of the Names” at Gosnold's Hope Park, Sept. 11.

was for the nation. “I think it’s important for our young Airmen to understand that it wasn’t just a tragic day on its own; it was a fundamental shift in the reality of how

we live our lives,” Gerald said. “The memories of 9/11 for me are still fresh in my mind, but the impact it has on my life and others continues to this day.”


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JOINT TASK FORCE CIVIL SUPPORT EXERCISE Airman 1st Class Marcus M. Bullock

A U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III from the Mississippi Air National Guard’s 172nd Airlift Wing, prepares for takeoff during a Joint Task Force Civil Support exercise at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., Sept. 11. The C-17 transported vehicles from JBLE to Richmond, Virginia as part of a joint training exercise coordinated between the Air Force, Army and Navy.

U.S. Air Force Airmen discuss how cargo for a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III from the Mississippi Air National Guard’s 172nd Airlift Wing is going to be loaded and strapped for a flight during a Joint Task Force Civil Support exercise at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., Sept. 11. The C-17 crew members showed Airmen at JBLE how to properly secure cargo to help improve their real world readiness capabilities.

U.S. Air Force Airmen look over the inventory for the U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III from the Mississippi Air National Guard’s 172nd Airlift Wing during a Joint Task Force Civil Support exercise at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., Sept. 11. The cargo had to be transported from JBLE to Richmond, Va., to help simulate the operations during real world situations.


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JBLE hosts 38th Annual Mulberry Island Half Marathon/5k

Senior Airman Delaney Gonzales

Participants in 38th Annual Mulberry Island Half Marathon/5k take off from the starting line at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., Sept. 14. There was a wide range of age groups that attended from 19 and younger to 70 and over.

Two 38th annual Mulberry Island Half Marathon/5K race participants dash toward the finish line at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., Sept. 14. More than 200 individuals participated in the event.

A 38th Annual Mulberry Island Half Marathon/5K race participant runs the 5K portion of the event at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., Sept. 14. The event began at Lee Boulevard and ended in front the Anderson Field House.


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Langley Spouse Symposium

There will be a Langley Spouses Symposium 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., September 24-25, at the Langley Club. During this event we will have presenters from the following organizations to provide valuable information on recent updates and programs offered from each organization as well as an opportunity to get answers to your questions straight from the experts.

teers on the Information Desk and four high school volunteers one or two days a week from 1600-1800 at the Satellite Pharmacy. If you’re interested contact Bob Baldwin, 764-6384, or Judy Theodosakis, 225-4060.

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2019 JBLE AF Ball

Come celebrate 72 years of Air Power at the Joint Base Langley-Eustis “Marvelous” 72d Air Force Ball at the Hampton Roads Convention Center on Sept. 21, 2019 at 6 p.m. Social hour begin at 5 p.m. and daycare is available. Get your tickets at www.jble2019afball.com.

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Uniquely Eustis – Spouse Orientation

Spouses are invited to come and receive information on programs beneficial to military spouses and families to include spouse employment resource information. The orientation will take place at the Fort Eustis Army Community Service Bldg, September 26, 9 am -12 pm. Call 878-3638 to register. Tech. Sgt. Daylena S. Ricks

JBLE Suicide Prevention H.O.P.E. Walk

There will be a H.O.P.E. Walk to educate on suicide awareness Sept. 26, at 2 p.m., starting at Bayview Commons. Come join the JBLE Violence Prevention Program and helping agencies on an interactive walk.

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Spaatz Drive Closure

Army Family Action Plan Conference

Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) Conference AFAP is a grassroots process that allows Soldiers and families to raise key readiness and well-being issues to the attention of Army leadership. To submit an issue or volunteer to participate in the conference, please call 878-3638 for details. The conference will be Sept. 24-26, 9 am - 5 pm.

Spaatz Drive, located north of the Hospital, between the Base Exchange and the north entrance to the Hospital, will be closed for 45 days. Both lanes will be blocked to install new electrical vaults and underground conduit, to support the Hospital Addition and Central Utility Plant construction.

Newcomers Orientation

The Airman and Family Readiness Center will host the Langley Newcomers Orientation Briefing from 7:30 a.m. – 12 p.m., 24 Sept. at Bayview Commonwealth Center, 350 Clarke Avenue, Virginia Ballroom. The orientation is part of the Relocation Program which provides service members, civilians and their families with valuable information to assist them during PCS moves. Uniform of the day is mandatory for all military members. Free childcare may be provided upon availability. For more information, call 764-3990.

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Community Carniv-all

Force Support will be hosting the Langley Community Carniv-all from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., September 21, at the St. Johns/ Dodd Circle near the Langley Club. The event is open to all Active Duty Military, DoD Civilians, Contractors and their families to help celebrate all the hardworking people that keep Langley going.

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Langley Hospital Volunteers

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The Langley Air Force Base Hospital volunteer program is in need of volunteers both on the Hospital Information Desk and the Satellite Pharmacy. We need two volun-

Financial Retirement Planning 101

Join us September 23, 9 - 11 am at Fort Eustis Army Community Service Bldg. and learn all about the different See

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Continued from14 aspects of retirement to include both retirement systems (BRS and Legacy), TSP, and how TSP differs between the 2 systems. Call 878-3638 to register.

Installation Tour

Let us help you find your way around Fort Eustis. Join us for a windshield tour on September 27, 9:30 - 11:30 am, and learn more about our historical installation. Call 8783638 to register. The tour starts at Army Community Service Bldg., 650 Monroe Ave.

Community Events Council

The Community Events Council will be holding a meeting from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m., Sept. 26, at the Langley Club. All are invited to attend and learn about what’s happening on JBLE-Langley.

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Child Watch Care Provider Position Available

The Fort Eustis Regimental Memorial Chapel, is accepting applications for an experienced Child Watch Care Provider. The contractor shall perform services necessary to support the total Fort Eustis Chapel Community Child Watch Care function at the RMC and other locations in support of the chapel programs. Applicants must provide a resume showing experience as a Child Watch Care Provider for children ages 8 weeks to 11 years old. Contract will be awarded based on "best value" to the government. Applicants can pick up the Request for Proposal, Statement of Work, and packet of bid documents from the RMC. Three Letters of Recommendation that contain contact information to verify experience are required. Applications must be submitted to the chapel by 3:00 p.m. on September 20, 2019. An interview by applicants with the Chapel Tithes and Offering Fund Contracting Officer is also required and should be scheduled on or before September 27. Public Bid opening will be at the RMC at 1 p.m. on September 30. POC for this request is Chaplain (MAJ) Matthew T. Miller, CTOF Contracting Officer, at (803) 3919746.

State of the Fort

planned for 2020, so this is your opportunity to hear about past, present, and future installation plans, improvements and more. We will also rollout the Fort Eustis 2020 calendar of events so you can plan your activities for the year. All military, civilian, retirees, family members, and contractors are invited. For additional information, contact the Public Affairs office at 878-4920.

Did You Know… New Transition Assistance Program Curriculum & Requirements There are new requirements/changes coming to the Congressionally Mandated Transition Assistance Program (TAP) beginning 1 October 2019. Members who have completed the Pre-separation Counseling and signed the e-form by 30 September 2019 are grandfathered in the FY19 curriculum. If the e-form is not signed by 30 September 2019, service members must reaccomplish the Pre-separation Counseling and complete applicable new requirements (FY20 curriculum). For a detailed explanation of what those requirements are, per individual, please call the Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC), 764-3990/94 for guidance. Virginia Employment Commission Training and Services: Employment training and individualized career services for transitioning service members, veterans and spouses Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at A&FRC, 45 Nealy Avenue, Wing B, Suite 100. Disability Claims Application: AMVETS representative is available at 45 Nealy Avenue, Building 15, Wing C, Suite 225 every Tuesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. to assist transitioning Airmen with the VA Disability Claims process. Contact Mr. Timothy Allen, timothy.allen3@va.gov, 301-458-5263 or 764-7088 to schedule your appointment. No walk-in service is available.

African American Heritage Council meeting

General membership meetings are held every 3rd Thursday of each month from 2pm – 3pm in the Nose Dive Room of the Langley Officer’s Club, 128 Benedict Ave, Hampton, VA.

JBLE Base Operating Status Hotline

In the event of inclement weather or other emergencies impacting base, JBLE personnel are strongly encouraged to check the most up-to-date base operation status using the many JBLE social media options. Check the status on the JBLE website at www.jble.af.mil, on Twitter by following @JBLEstatus, on the free JBLE smartphone application (available in Google Play and the Apple App store), and on the Joint Base Langley-Eustis Facebook page. In addition, the Joint Courtesy photo Base LangleyEustis Base Operating Status hotline features updated information of the installation's operating status. The hotline number has recently changed to 764-7550. Please update records.

DISCLAIMER

U.S. Army

Army Tuition Assistance (TA) FY19 End of Fiscal Fort Eustis invites you to come and hear the inaugural Year Guidance

'State of the Fort' Address in the Jacobs Conference Center, 8 October at 2 pm. There are lots of great things

ance is provided concerning use of Army Tuition Assistance (TA). All course enrollments with start dates through 30 September 2019 must be requested in GoArmyEd BEFORE 11:59 P.M. EST, 13 September 2019. Attempts to enroll using TA in courses after 13 September 2019 will not be approved. There will be no exceptions. This enrollment cut-off is necessary to allow for the fiscal year close out. This enrollment cut-off has no impact on requests for courses starting 1 October 2019 or later (FY20 enrollments). Please note that as always, FY20 enrollments are Subject to Availability of Funds (STAF). This also does not affect FY19 self-pay enrollments.

As we approach the beginning of a new fiscal year and in preparation for year-end close-out, the following guid-

The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by Joint Base Langley-Eustis, the United States Air Force or the Department of Defense, of the external website, or the information, products or services contained therein. Although Joint Base Langley-Eustis may or may not use these sites as additional distribution channels for information, it does not exercise editorial control over the information you may find at these locations or the privacy and user policies of these locations. Such links are provided consistent with the stated purpose of the website. References to non-federal entities do not constitute or imply Department of Defense or Air Force endorsement of any company or organization.


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5 1 $750 REBATE OFFERED BY TOYOTA MOTOR NORTH AMERICA, INC. AND MAY BE APPLIED TOWARD FINANCE OR LEASE CONTRACTS ON NEW TOYOTA VEHICLES, DATED FROM SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2019. TO QUALIFY FOR THE REBATE, AT THE TIME OF PURCHASE OR LEASE YOU MUST (1) BE IN CURRENT ACTIVE DUTY STATUS IN THE U.S. MILITARY (NAVY, ARMY, AIR FORCE, MARINES, NATIONAL GUARD, COAST GUARD AND ACTIVE RESERVE) OR A U.S. MILITARY INACTIVE RESERVE (I.E., READY RESERVE) THAT IS PART OF THE INDIVIDUAL READY RESERVE, SELECTED RESERVE AND INACTIVE NATIONAL GUARD; OR A MILITARY VETERAN OR RETIREE (RETIREES HONORABLY DISCHARGED) OF THE U.S. MILITARY WITHIN TWO YEARS OF THEIR DISCHARGE/RETIREMENT DATE; OR A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER OF AN ELIGIBLE U.S. MILITARY PERSONNEL, INCLUDING GOLD STAR FAMILY MEMBERS; AND (2) PROVIDE VERIFIABLE PROOF OF MILITARY STATUS OR ACTIVE SERVICE; (3) RECEIVE A SALARY SUFFICIENT TO COVER ORDINARY LIVING EXPENSES AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR NEW VEHICLE; AND (4) RECEIVE CREDIT APPROVAL FROM AND EXECUTE A FINANCE OR LEASE CONTRACT THROUGH A PARTICIPATING TOYOTA DEALER AND TOYOTA FINANCIAL SERVICES. NOT ALL APPLICANTS WILL QUALIFY. ON LEASE CONTRACTS, REBATE MUST BE APPLIED TOWARD THE AMOUNT DUE AT LEASE SIGNING OR TOWARD THE CAPITALIZED COST REDUCTION. ON FINANCE CONTRACTS, REBATE MUST BE APPLIED TOWARD THE DOWN PAYMENT. LIMIT ONE REBATE PER FINANCE OR LEASE TRANSACTION PER ELIGIBLE U.S. MILITARY PERSONNEL OR ELIGIBLE HOUSEHOLD MEMBER. OFFER NOT COMBINABLE WITH THE COLLEGE GRADUATE REBATE PROGRAM, THE IFI PROGRAM, AND THE LEASE-END REFI PROGRAM. VEHICLE MUST BE TAKEN OUT OF DEALER STOCK. TERMS, CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS APPLY. PROGRAM IS NOT AVAILABLE IN AL, FL, GA, HI, NC, AND SC. REBATE TERMS MAY BE MORE GENEROUS IN YOUR LOCAL AREA. ASK YOUR PARTICIPATING DEALER ABOUT THE MILITARY REBATE TERMS IN YOUR AREA. MUST PAY SALES TAX. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. NOT REDEEMABLE FOR CASH. TOYOTA FINANCIAL SERVICES IS A SERVICE MARK OF TOYOTA MOTOR CREDIT CORPORATION (TMCC). TMCC IS THE AUTHORIZED ATTORNEY-IN-FACT AND SERVICER FOR TOYOTA LEASE TRUST.20% AND 1.9% APR FINANCING UP TO 60 MONTHS AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYERS THRU TOYOTA FINANCIAL SERVICES. TOTAL FINANCED CANNOT EXCEED MSRP PLUS OPTIONS, TAX, TITLE, LICENSE AND DEALER FEES. 60 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF $16.67 AT 0%, AND $17.48 AT 1.9% FOR EACH $1000 BORROWED. NOT ALL BUYERS WILL QUALIFY. 3$1000 TOTAL CASH ALLOWANCE ON RAV4 (EXCLUDES HYBRIDS); COROLLA (EXCLUDES HYBRIDS) CUSTOMERS CAN RECEIVE $750 CASH BACK FROM TOYOTA OR CAN APPLY CASH BACK TO DOWN PAYMENT. CUSTOMERS MAY ALSO RECEIVE A $250 FINANCE CASH INCENTIVE FROM TOYOTA. THE FINANCE CASH INCENTIVE IS ONLY AVAILABLE WITH NON-SUBVENTED RATES TO QUALIFIED BUYERS IF VEHICLE IS PURCHASED AND FINANCED THROUGH TOYOTA FINANCIAL SERVICES. INCENTIVE WILL BE APPLIED FIRST TO DOWN PAYMENT. NOT ALL BUYERS WILL QUALIFY. 4CUSTOMERS CAN RECEIVE $1500 CASH BACK FROM TOYOTA ON C-HR AND TACOMA; $2000 CASH BACK FROM TOYOTA ON CAMRY; $3000 CASH BACK FROM TOYOTA ON HIGHLANDER (EXCLUDES HYBRIDS) OR CAN APPLY CASH BACK TO DOWN PAYMENT. ALL OFFERS: OFFERS MAY NOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER OFFERS UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. DEALER FEES ARE EXTRA. VEHICLE SHOWN MAY BE PROTOTYPE AND/OR SHOWN WITH OPTIONS. ACTUAL MODEL MAY VARY. DELIVERY MUST BE TAKEN FROM DEALER STOCK BY 9/30/19 AND IS SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. LEASE, APR AND CASH BACK OFFERS MAY NOT BE COMBINED. SEE PARTICIPATING CENTRAL ATLANTIC TOYOTA DEALER FOR DETAILS. OFFERS END 9/30/19. 5TOYOTACARE COVERS NORMAL FACTORY SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE FOR 2 YEARS OR 25,000 MILES, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST. 24-HOUR ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE IS ALSO INCLUDED FOR 2 YEARS AND UNLIMITED MILES. THE NEW VEHICLE CANNOT BE PART OF A RENTAL OR COMMERCIAL FLEET, OR A LIVERY/TAXI VEHICLE. SEE TOYOTA DEALER FOR DETAILS AND EXCLUSIONS. VALID ONLY IN THE CONTINENTAL U.S. AND ALASKA. ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE DOES NOT INCLUDE PARTS AND FLUIDS, EXCEPT EMERGENCY FUEL DELIVERY.

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