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PARDON OUR NOISE; IT’S THE SOUND OF FREEDOM The Rotovue recounts the highlights of 2011



A New Year’s greeting from the New River commander To the Marines, Sailors, Civilian Marines, Families and Friends of MCAS New River: My wife, Diana, and I would like to offer our sincerest wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year to everyone aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River. We hope all of you had a Merry Christmas and were able to spend welldeserved time over the holiday break with family and friends. As the commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station New River, I could not be more grateful for your commitment to this air station and the United States Marine Corps. I am humbled by your selfless sacrifice, devotion to duty, and fighting spirit that prove your commitment to protecting the values of this great nation. This past year has been a demanding one; filled with a number of major projects and challenges, and you have risen to each challenge with the honor, courage and commitment that our nation expects of its Marines. From the ‘Sounds of Freedom’ Air Show to Hurricane Irene and tornados that impacted our local community, New River Marines, sailors, civilians, and families worked together to overcome many obstacles and successfully accomplish a number of different missions. You not only contributed greatly to the local community in 2011, but you also made your mark across the globe in places like Libya, Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Horn of Africa. For those of you who will forward deploy in 2012, whether as a war fighter or to provide humanitarian assistance, know you do so with my commitment, and that of my staff, to provide your units the best support possible for mission success. Each role is vital as we continue to prove to our enemies and the world that the dedication, professionalism, and operational excellence of United States Marines and sailors are unparalleled. This New Year again finds many of

our Marines and sailors serving in harm’s way in austere locations around the world. But for those who remain behind, who work day-in and day-out to keep this air station operating, know that you too are making a difference, and Americans are grateful for your service and many accomplishments here. However, also trust that we will continue to deploy our Marine units and fill individual augment billets at every opportunity, giving plenty of you the chance to get in the fight during 2012. In addition to our New River war fighters, this station would not be successful without the unmatched commitment of our ‘Civilian Marines.’ Many of the additions and improvements seen at New River over the past year, including a brand new hangar and mess hall, are nothing short of remarkable, and we are nowhere near finished. We look forward with great anticipation to the completion of many projects that will surely increase training, mission readiness, and the quality of life here on the air station. From the new fitness center and recreational sports fields to the renovation of the bowling center

and new family housing, 2012 will bring a number of great opportunities to Marines and their families alike. Hangar renovation and construction projects will continue to be seen across the air station, but this progress would not be possible without the complete dedication of our civilian personnel. To all civilians who serve aboard New River, I sincerely thank you. Finally, to our families and friends: we give you great thanks, as you sustain us in all we do. We especially thank those who have been visited by tragedy during the past year, and we pray for their strength and comfort. Marine families are an infinite source of pride and inspiration and have dedicated themselves to lives of selfless sacrifice for country and Corps. Our families should know that their sacrifices allow the rest of America to celebrate in peace and security. Let this thought strengthen your resolve as your Marines continue to take the fight to our nation’s enemies. I look forward to 2012 with confidence knowing our New River team is up to any task levied by our commandant or commander in chief to ensure the safety of our nation. My confidence is born of the hard work and dedication I witness each and every day. To all who make up “Team New River;” thank you again for giving your best efforts to ensure our success. I, in turn, pledge my best effort to each of you – today and throughout 2012. Semper Fidelis,

Col. Jeffrey M. Hewlett, Commanding Officer MCAS New River

MCAS New River’s Official Publication 2012

Public Affairs Officer 1st Lt. Kristin Dalton Press Chief Sgt. Katelyn A. Lopez Layout and Design Editors Sgt. Alicia Leaders Lance Cpl. John Suleski Julia Dillon Staff Writers Cpl. Abigail M. Brown Lance Cpl. Martin R. Egnash Lance Cpl. Kyle N. Runnels Lance Cpl. Ryan M. Joyner Lance Cpl. Manuel A. Estrada

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The start of a New Year

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New River’s snow day

Blue Knights return home

New River nonessential personnel were released due to a heavy snowfall in Eastern North Carolina, Jan. 10.

NEW RIVER FACT MV-22B Osprey The MV-22B Osprey was designed to replace the CH46E Sea Knight assault support helicopter.The Osprey can operate as a helicopter or a turboprop aircraft and offers twice the speed, six times the range, and three times the payload of the CH-46E.

Families and friends gather outside the “Blue Knights” hangar as buses pull up on the flight line loaded with their loved ones. Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 365 Marines returned to Marine Corps Air Station New River Jan. 16 after their seven-month deployment to Afghanistan where they provided support to the I Marine Expeditionary Force and coalition forces. Photo by Cpl. Antwain J. Graham

Jan. 8 Polar Plunge Jan. 1 New Year


Jan. 18, Lt. Gen. Paxton takes helm of II MEF 10

Jan. 10 Snow storm

15 Jan. 16 Blue Knights return

Jan. 28, Black Knights welcome new sergeant major 20 Jan. 23, NMCRS celebrates 25 107 years of service

2011 Polar Plunge, costume contest

Lt. Cmdr. Hagan R. McClellan, former command chaplain, and Navy Lt. Chad McCain, station chaplain, provide ethical, spiritual and religious support to all Marines and sailors aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River. Photo by Cpl. Antwain J. Graham

Participants braved cold air and colder water during the 2011 Polar Plunge, Jan. 8. The plunge benefitted the Onlsow County Special Olympics. Festivities included a costume contest and sand castle building contests. Photo courtesy of Kris Zerba

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Black History Month African-American Marines represent all ranks in today’s Marine Corps. However, that was not always the case. From Montford Point Marines to the front lines of Afghanistan, February recognizes the fortitude of black Marines. Photo illustration by Staff Sgt. Jonathan Spencer

New River Young Marines take chilly polar plunge New River Young Marines sprint toward the chilling waters of the Atlantic Ocean from North Topsail Beach, N.C., during their Third Annual Young Marines Polar Plunge, Feb. 12. The Young Marines endured these extreme conditions in order to raise money for their summer trip. Photo by Cpl. Dave Beall

Feb. 6 Super Bowl XLV Feb. 1


Feb. 11 CNATT welcomes new sergeant major Feb. 11 Phoenixes 15 10 welcome new sergeant major

Jump Rope for Heart! Delalio Elementary School students jump rope for heart, life and charity during the annual event Feb. 9 to raise health awareness, as well as raise money for people with heart disease and other respiratory ailments. Photos by Cpl. Antwain J. Graham


Feb. 21 MAG-26 leads air 25 combat during Mojave Viper

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Commanders now have the resources to test for the presence of psychotropic drugs in a service member’s urine or blood system and to test articles such as clothing and plastic bags for trace residue of banned substances.

Year In revIew Reserve Unit Marine Reservists from Detachment Bulk Fuel, Co. B, 6th Engineer Support Battalion, 4th Marines Logistics Group from Green Bay, Wis., participated in live re-fueling exercises aboard MCAS New River during their two week active-duty training. Photo by Cpl. Nichole Werling

Wacky and Wild Col. Jeffrey M. Hewlett, commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station New River, reads “Green Eggs and Ham” to Karin Light’s first-grade class during Dr. Suess Week at New River’s Delalio Elementary School. Photo by Cpl. Nichole Werling

March 14 Marine Corps announces plan to decrease following OEF 15 March 18 2nd MAW takes flight for Operation Rawhide II

20 March 22 Marines with VMM266 (Reinforced) rescue downed pilot after jet crashes in Libya 25 March 25 New station barracks reach gold-star status for energy efficiency

Urgent Response Members of ARFF respond to an MV-22B Osprey crash site during a large-scale mass casualty drill aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River, March 24. The exercise lasted a full work day and included an all-hands participation, as well as support from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and MCAS Cherry Point. Photo by Cpl. Michele Watson

In Their Boots More than 300 adult family members of New River Marines attended the annual “In Their Boots” event aboard the air station, March 26. Throughout the day, participants experienced numerous aspects of the Marine Corps lifestyle including a mock combat fitness test, shooting at the indoor shooting marksmanship training, flying in aircraft simulators and practicing drill formations. Photo by Cpl. Antwain J. Graham

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One of the CH-53E Super Stallion’s missions is the transportation of heavy equipment and supplies for amphibious assault. Fuselage Length: 73 feet, 4 inches Overall Length: 99 feet Height: 2 8 feet, 4 inches Max GrossWeight: 73,500 pounds (with external load) Speed: 172 miles/hour (150 knots)

MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - Michelle Obama, first lady of the United States of America, speaks to service members from across the region and members of the community during the Joining Forces campaign kickoff aboard the base, April 13. Photo by Lance Cpl.Damany S.Coleman

April 1 National Child Abuse Prevention Month

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Friends and families of Marines within Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467 experience a close-air support demonstration, April 14, during a family day on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Photo by Cpl. Brittany J. Kohler

MCAS New River Mess Hall was presented a “Committed to Excellence” award for Best Management and Mess Attendant for FY11. The station mess hall stood out above the rest of the mess halls in the local area. Photo by Cpl. Brittany J. Kohler

April 18 Earth Day promotes station cleanup

April 8 MV-22B Ospreys make largest movement to date traveling in excess of 5 more than 2,800 miles 10

15 April 15 MARADMIN outlines new criteria for Purple Heart



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Beginning Summer

Marines boogie at ‘Senior Prom’

ACE returns, families reunite Cpl. Michele Watson, Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, busts a move on the dance floor with a guest at the senior prom, May 11. The event was part of the National Nursing Home Week celebrations. Contributed photo

May 6 Raptors welcome new commanding officer May 1


Cpl. Forest Hanke, VMM-266 fueler, hugs his wife, Emily, after returning from a deployment as part of the aviation combat element of the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, May 12. Photo by Cpl. Antwain J. Graham

May 19 VMM-266 welcomes new commanding officer 10 May 11 MAG-26 welcomes 15 new commanding officer



May 31 Senator Kay Hagan visits New River

Aircraft additions to memorial

Can you hear the Sounds of Freedom? Marine Corps Air Station New River leaders unveil the new additions of the AH1J Cobra and UH-1N Huey helicopters to the aviation memorial located near the front gate, May 12. Photo by Cpl. Antwain J. Graham

The Sounds of Freedom Air Show aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River attracted approximately 30,000 spectators, May 14 and 15. The event featured many aircraft, aerial acts and static displays. Photo by Sgt. Thomas J. Griffith

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Sergeant major bids farewell Sgt. Maj. Carlton W. Kent, 16th sergeant major of the Marine Corps, spoke with hundreds of Marines at the Marine Corps Air Station New River Fitness Center during his farewell tour of Marine Corps installations, June 7. Photo by Cpl. Meredith Brown

1st Lt. Matthew Riley (right), a pilot with Marine Heavy Helicopter Training Squadron 302, explains how the rotors work to midshipman 2nd class Lisa Worsham, a mathematics major at the Naval Academy, during the Professional Training for Midshipmen evolution, June 1. Photo by Cpl. Abigail M. Brown

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Exercise Mailed Fist

Cpl. Tim D. Foresman performs baton handling techniques as part of his oleoresin capsicum spray qualification, June 9. Photo by Cpl. Meredith Brown

June 23 2nd MAW 20 performs Exercise Mailed Fist

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Two MV-22B Ospreys from VMM-365 depart the landing zone after successfully extracting four survivors during a TRAP training mission, June 23, during Exercise Mailed Fist, a training event that assured 2nd MAW’s mission readiness. Photo by Cpl. Meredith Brown


VMM-266 receives award for outstanding force preservation


Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 266 earns the II MEF Lt. Gen. Chesty Puller Award for outstanding force preservation. From left to right, Sgt. Maj. Jon W. Turner, Lt. Col. Christopher Boniface, Lt. Gen. John M. Paxton Jr., and Sgt. Maj. Carl R. Green stand around a plaque and trophy awarded to VMM-266 for outstanding force in readiness. Photo by Lance Cpl. John Suleski

Marines support atlantis launch Nine Marines of Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 252 out of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point supported the last NASA space shuttle launch and help safeguard the lives of the four astronauts onboard in the event of an emergency. KC-130J communication and navigation systems technician Cpl. Miguel A. Ruiz watches from the ramp as an Air Force HH-60 carrying pararescue jumpers flies into a refueling drogue. Photo by Lance Cpl. John Suleski

July 4 Independence Day July 1 New Huey simulator unveiled



July 13 New River trains for destructive weather

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Homecoming & Departure




Condors and Iron Horses return from deployments (Left) Sgt. David W. Black Jr., an HMH-464 non-destructive inspection specialist, embraces his fiance, Jocalin D. Jones, for the first time in six and a half months. The main body of HMH464 returned from a deployment to the Horn of Africa in a homecoming event in the squadron’s hangar, Aug. 4. Photo by Lance Cpl. John Suleski (Right) Lance Cpl. Michael J. Pettay hugs his sister after not having seen each other for seven months. Their reunion took place at the Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 461 a Aug. 6. The Iron Horses hanger, returned home from Afghanistan to Marine Corps Air Station New River. Photo by Lance Cpl. Martin R. Egnash

Aug. 5 MAG-29 welcomes new commanding officer Aug. 1 SNCO bachelor quarters available

(Left) Cpl. Franklin S. Ellinger, Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 264 expeditor, and his wife, Melissa, embrace for the first time in seven months at his squadron’s homecoming event, July 25. Photo by Lance Cpl. John Suleski

(Right) Sgt. Andrew D. Smith, Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 464 career planner, holds his baby one last time before departing for Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, July 20. Photo by Cpl. Brittany J. Kohler.

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Aug. 10 Grand opening of 15 new mess hall

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Year In revIew H&HS receives safety award

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return home

(Left) From left to right, Sgt. Maj. William F. Squires, Lt. Col. Eric S. Wise, Col. Jeffrey M. Hewlett and Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Gorry stand with the 2010 CNO Aviation Safety award. Lt. Col. Eric S. Wise, H&HS commanding officer, received the award on behalf of the Marines of H&HS in a ceremony in the station commander’s suite, Aug. 9. Photo by Lance Cpl. John Suleski (Right) Lance Cpl. Brandon L. Mullins, dynamic components mechanic, MALS-29, arrived home from Afghanistan, Aug. 14. He instantly began soaking in every second with his wife, Tiffany, and their daughter, Audrey. Mullins spent seven months in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Photo by Cpl. Brittany J. Kohler

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Patriots run in memory of 9/11 heroes Hundreds of patriots honor heroes of 9/11 by participating in a 5K Tunnel to Towers run in recognition of the heroic efforts of our country’s first responders and emergency personnel, at the USO of Jacksonville, Sept. 10. Photo by Cpl. Brittany J. Kohler

An adolescent alligator peeks its head above water before disappearing into the darkness near MCAS New River, Sept. 16. Photo by Lance Cpl. Martin R. Egnash

Marines inspect the new addition to Marine Corps Air Station New River, the UH-1Y Venom, also called the ‘Yankee,’ Sept. 29. Photo by Lance Cpl. Martin R. Egnash

Sept. 9 VMM-261 ‘Raging Bulls’ changes hands


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Sept. 11 Ten year anniversary of the attack on the Twin Towers

10 Sept. 12-30 Turkish pilots practice on New River simulators


Sept.VMM-365 returns after conducting training in Belize 20

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MWSS-272 Returns from Afghanistan to family, friends

Cpl. Griffin E. Sandifer, Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting specialist, embraces his wife and child. Approximately 250 Untouchables of MWSS-272 came home to Marine Corps Air Station New River during a homecoming event, Oct. 7. Photo by Lance Cpl. John Suleski

Oct. 5 Vigil remembers domestic violence victims Oct. 1 MarAdmin changes guidelines for TA


EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.– Sgt. Dakota Meyer, stands on the field while his Medal of Honor citation is read during a television time out in the New York Jets vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game, at Metlife Stadium, Sept. 18. Meyer is the only living Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor for actions since Vietnam. In 2009, he made multiple trips into an intense firefight to try and save members of his team. Meyer recently announced a “Challenge to America” campaign to match his efforts and raise an additional $1 million to “Honor Marines by Educating their Children.” This challenge allows Americans to help wounded Marines from all conflicts, especially the past 10 years, and forever change their lives by investing in a Marine student’s future. For more information visit, www. Photo by

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Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Gorry, Marine Corps Installations East commanding general, awards the Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Rodeo award to the Marine Corps Air Station New River ARFF team after winning the ARFF Rodeo at MCAS Cherry Point, Oct. 1. Photo by Lance Cpl. John Suleski

Oct. 21 MWSS-272 Oct. 23 Marines remember welcomes new commanding officer Beirut bombing 10


20 Oct. 21 CMC approves wearing of memorial bracelet

Lance Cpl. Hillian Galindo, flight mechanic, and Lance Cpl. Micheal Browning, crew chief, both with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 461, inspect an aircraft prior to three weeks of Enhanced Mojave Viper combat training that starts Oct. 5. Photo by Lance Cpl. Martin R. Egnash


A Marine Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle crosses the Iraqi border into Kuwait transporting the last remaining U.S. Marine Corps personnel, Oct.14. Iraqi Marine Training Team Three was a 13-member team consisting of 12 Marines and one sailor that supported Operation New Dawn in Iraq. Major operations for the Marine Corps in Iraq ended in 2010. Operation Iraqi Freedom began in 2003. Photo by Cpl. Lucas Vega

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Marine Aircraft Group 26 Marines run around MCAS New River to celebrate the 236th Marine Corps Birthday, Nov. 10. Their run ended with Col. Christopher C. Seymour, MAG-26 commanding officer, cutting a birthday cake and giving the first two pieces to the oldest and youngest Marines present. Photo by Lance Cpl. Martin R. Egnash

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MAG-29 More than 1,000 Marine Aircraft Group 29 Marines run throughout Marine Corps Air Station New River in celebration of the 236th Marine Corps Birthday, Nov. 10. Col. Scott S. Jensen, MAG-29 commanding officer, led the Marines in the three-mile formation run. Photo by Staff Sgt. John T. Spencer

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Holiday parade Col. Jeffrey M. Hewlett, Marine Corps Air Station New River commanding officer, wishes Happy Holidays to those attending the Jacksonville 56th Annual Holiday Parade. More than 150 floats participated in the community parade including the commanding general of Marine Corps Installations East, MCI East sergeant major, Camp Lejeune commanding officer and the Camp Lejeune sergeant major.

Nov. 18 HMLA-167 welcomes new commanding officer Nov. 15

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Cpl. Charles Chamberlin, an avionics technician with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Training Squadron 204, makes arts and crafts with athletes at the 2011 Special Olympics Onslow County Fall Games held on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Dec. 2. The turnout for this event broke the records of past Fall Games. Photo by Cpl. Abigail M. Brown

Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 26 hosted the 19th annual Gunnery Sgt. Michael S. Carey Corvette Toy Run at the Staff Noncommissioned Officer club aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River, Dec. 3. Photo by Lance Cpl. John Suleski

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Dec. 13 Iron Horses train 15 with ANGLICO, Air Force

Gunnery Sgt. Timothy Batcher, an MV-22B crew chief, fires an M240G at targets along the gun range on Piney Island. Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 264 conducted a simulated combat mission inserting and extracting Marines with 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion, Dec. 9. Photo by Lance Cpl. John Suleski




Marines from Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 264 were awarded the individual Air Medal Dec. 16 for heroic actions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (From left to right) Cpl. John M. Cederholm, the mission crew chief, Sgt. Justin K. Bartfield-Smith, the mission aerial gunner and observer, Capt. Matthew A. Cave, the mission co-pilot, and Capt.Thomas M. Keech, the mission pilot were recognized for actions during a priority resupply mission in support of 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, in the Sangin River Valley, Afghanistan, June 12.This mission was the first time an MV-22B Osprey had engaged an enemy in combat in Afghanistan. Photo by Cpl. Abigail M. Brown

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910.353.9327 BIG JOHN’S ESTATES 1 BEDROOM Apartment for rent: $495.00 Monthly, $495.00 security deposit. No Pets. Call 910-455-2480 Ext.11 Bluewater Annual Rentals The Rotovue 866-935-5019 Megans Bay Villa 2 BR $1100 Emerald Isle 3 BR $1200 Salter Path 3 BR $1200 Peletier 3BR $1275 Beaufort 3BR $1300 Emerald Isle 3BR $11300 Magens Bay 3BR $1475 Offering furnished and unfurnished Condos, Duplexes, and Houses throughout Carteret and Onslow County. Pet Friendly properties available. BRAND NEW 2BR/2BA DUPLEXES in Sneads Ferry $850 per month. Please call 910-526-3502 for more info. No pets please. COMFORT COUNTRY HOMES- Nice clean, modern, mobile homes. Garbage, water and lawn service included. 910-455-8246. FOR RENT: 2 & 3BR Mobile homes. 4 miles from Camp Lejeune main gate. Pets allowed w/ fee. 910-358-0751

HAMPSTEAD 3BR/2BA 1600 sq ft. Mint condition, garage, carport, large deck, wood floors, washer, dryer, and refrigerator. Water & sewer free. No pets. $1000/mo. plus deposit. Call 910-270-1803 MOBILE HOME 14x80 FOR RENT 2BR/2 BA, near base and shopping. No pets. $650/month with $650 deposit. Call 252-726-2930 or 252-241-3917 PET NEGOTIABLE 3 bedroom/2 bath, single family cul-de-sac home with attached garage and privacy fence. $850. Call 910-330-4445 RENT- House with 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Near base and shopping. No pets. $650 a month, $650 deposit. Call 910-455-0484 ROOM FOR RENT - $400/mo, furnished, nice location, easy commute, no pets. 910-548-3345 ROOM FOR RENT 910-330-2900 Includes utilities, NO animals, share bathroom w/ guests & full access. Stable job, non-smoker, and open-minded. Run criminal record. $400/mo and $200 deposit, cash SNEADS FERRY - Duplex apartment, 2BR/1BA. Fence, $550. Avail now. 1-800-818-1029. SWANSBORO, 2BR/1BA. dishwasher, free maintenance. 910-326-3448

MOBILE HOME, Washer, dryer, trash pick-up & lawn No pets. $500.

WILLIAMSBURG PLANTATION. 4 BED, 2.5 BA home. Formal living & dining room, den, eat-in kitchen. Available Jan 1, 2012. $1600 Contact Hartis Prop at 910-938-4334 NEW CONSTRUCTION FOR SALE $119,900 3 BR/2BA/2CG 228 Sweet Gum Lane, Ashbury Park in Richlands. Ready end of February/ beginning of March. Privacy fencing, sodded front yard, window blinds in all bedrooms, name brand appliances, dry-walled two car garage with automatic garage door opener, remotes & carriage style door. 10 year builder’s warranty included. Paid buyer closing cost assistance too! Call Jody Davis @ CHOICE. 910265-0771

CHEAPER THAN RENT ~ ONLY $119,900 & Ready in January. New 3 BR/ 2 BA/ 2 CG Home on 1/2 Acre Lot. Sodded Front & Side Yards, Privacy Fencing, Vaulted Ceilings, Name Brand Kitchen Appliances include Side by Side Refrigerator, Smooth Top Electric Range/Oven, Microwave Hood, and Dishwasher. Window Blinds in ALL Bedrooms, Dry-walled Garage with Automatic Garage Door Opener & Remotes. Ten Year Builders’ Warranty and Paid Buyer Closing Costs Too! 514 Cherry Blossom Lane in Ashbury Park. Located off Luther Banks Road in Richlands. Jody Davis @ Choice Realty ( 9 1 0 ) 2 6 5 - 0 7 7 1 WWW.SAMNJODYHOMES.COM

LAND FOR SALE $86,000 & UP. Developed residential lots within Hogan’s Landing. Waterfront & waterview lots available. Purchase lots with or without deep water boat slips on the ICW. Private community located within minutes of public boating access in Hubert. Call Jody Davis @ CHOICE Realty. 910265-0771

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE $$VA Interest Rate Reduction$$ NO CASH TO CLOSE - Rates at an all time low! Call Southern Trust Mortgage at 910-378-4440 today! $131,400 3BR/2BA/2 car garage. Located at end of cul-de-sac, on over 1/2 acre lot. Ready by the end of February/early March. 6O5 Cherry Blossom Lane, Ashbury Park in Richlands. Plenty of perks! Paid buyer closing cost assistance too! Call Jody @ CHOICE. 910-265-0771 101 PADDLE TRAIL LN, SWANSBORO - $199,900. Open Floor Plan! Less than 30 Min to Camp Lejeune or Cherry Pt, Carteret Co Schools! Call Bluewater Real Estate-800-752-3543. 103 CALDWELL COURT. Beautiful 3BR, 2.5 bath home with 2 car garage in Kanton Hills. Great open floorplan & over 2200 htd. Sq. ft. Two story foyer with palladium window & laminate wood flooring. Formal dining room & bright & airy sunroom just off the family room. Master BR w/trey

105 IVEY RIDGE PLACE. One of a kind contemporary styled 3 BR, 2BA home located on a large wooded lot at end of quiet cul-de-sac in lovely Acorn Forest. The heated & cooled sunroom looks out onto the natural beauty of the wooden backyard. The spacious 16x17 master BR comes with a walk-in closet that accesses a large storage area. Priced to sell quickly at only $148,400! Lois Hutchins 910-330-4481, Choice Realty 108 COLDWATER DRIVE - CAPE CARTERET - $199,900. DYNAMITE SPLIT BDRM PLAN. Close to beaches, shopping, golfing, Camp Lejeune, and Cherry Point. Call Bluewater Real Estate-800-752-3543 or 108 HILDA ROAD. BELLS & WHISTLES? We’ve got them! Brand new 3BR, 2BA Colonial Hills home with tons of upgrades. Home will have brick and vinyl front & spacious rooms for easy living. Huge master walk-in closet, hardwood flooring in living room, ceramic tile in kitchen/master bath, granite countertops, large laundry room/pantry/w deep sink. Large screened porch & architectural roof. Over 1700 sqft for $189,900! Susie Montag 910-340-0487, Choice Realty 1192 PONY FARM ROAD. New construction 3BR, 2BA home features stone front siding, 2-car garage, laundry closet in hallway, covered front porch, new heat pump with 10 year warranty and a wrap around rear wood deck!!! Fully equipped kitchen comes with brand new Whirlpool stainless steel appliances, granite countertops & ceramic tile flooring!! All of this for less than $150,000 located on almost 3/4 of an acre!! Lois Hutchins (910) 330-4481 200 E. LAKERIDGE LANDING. Charming 3BR, 2BA home conveniently located near the base, shopping malls and Northeast Creek Park! Living room with fireplace, hardwood floors, cathedral ceiling, garage, fenced in yard and located on a corner lot. Buyer can move in until closing! Seller will pay up tO $3,500 toward Buyer closing costs. A great deal! Motoko Philpott (910) 459-6801, Choice Realty 206 VICTORY WAY. Just reduced Almost sold out! Only 4 more new

31 RIEGEL DRIVE. Affordable 3BR home located less than 4 miles from Camp Lejeune and less than 3 miles from nearest water access! This beautiful home features a spacious living room, large dining room & a roomy kitchenwith a gas range & refrigerator! This lot is almost 1/3 acre. Huge shed & chainlink fenced yard with gated access to driveway! Excellent long. term investment opportunity!! Jonathan Strader 910340-4480, Choice Realty 353 HIGHWAY 172. Tired of the main gate traffic? This 3BR, 2BA home is located on Highway 172 with quick access to the back gate. With 1 acre, a fenced back yard and large deck, it’s perfect for BBQ’s and entertaining. The side entrance 2 car garage provides plenty of storage space. This home has an Eat-In Kitchen with a sky light and brand new carpeting throughout. Qualified Buyer Can Move In Before Closing!!!Melony Thimmes (910) 467-1413, Choice Realty 504 CLYDE DRIVE. Great 4BR, 2BA in the Northwoods Subdivision. New roof, new vinyl, new windows, new exterior and interior doors. All hardwood through out the house has been refinished. HVAC and appliances replaced in 2003. Close to bases, shopping and schools. Vikki Stumpf 910-265-6901, Choice Realty 627 SOUTH HAMPTON DRIVE. Cute 3BR, 2BA home with one car garage located just minutes from the main gate of Camp Lejeune. New carpet, paint, vinyl siding and new roof. All appliances stay including washer and dryer. Central location close to schools, shopping and base. Vikki Stumpf 910-265-6901 Choice Realty 706 SHADOWRIDGE ROAD. Beautifully remodeled 3BR, 2BA home with one car garage. Great looking kitchen with new appliances, new flooring and lots of cabinet space. Living room with brick fireplace and new ceramic tiled flooring. New wood laminate flooring in Master Bedroom. New HVAC. Located on desirable corner lot in Brynn Marr subdivision. Close to everything! Lisa Hamner (910) 467-6530, Choice Realty

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ROLAND ELECTRIC DRUMS TD6V w/ KD120, 3-PD85, 1-PD105, cymbals, hi hat. All mesh heads. $1700 or best offer. 910-265-4759

WOMEN’S GORGEOUS long evening gown, black w/ beads & blue sequins, long sleeves, 5’ from shoulders to the bottom, size 14. Call 910-378-4577.

HUMMER H3 ‘07 Side steps, clean local trade, give someone a Hummer for Christmas! $23,995. Dealer. 910-798-2730



ER Physician Speech Pathologist Physical Therapy Assistant Clinical Psychologists ER/RNs Naval Hospital, Camp Lejeune Please contact Brian Johnson OMV Medical, Inc. 301-270-9212 EOE

AKC DOBERMAN PUPPIES Black/rust males & 1 female. Tails/dewclaws done, UTD on deworming & shots. DOB 11/30/11 910-787-2250.

JEEP WRANGLER ‘10 Very clean, auto, soft top, low miles. $22,995. Dealer. 910-798-2730

NTA, a nationally recognized Navy/USMC support contractor, is urgently seeking several dozen qualified MV-22 maintenance personnel to fill anticipated slots at MCAS New River, including certified airframe, electrical/avionics, flight line, and flight equipment mechanics positions. Email updated resumes immediately to (please put MV-22 Maintenance Support in the subject line) to be considered for all/remaining available positions.

FURNITRE BRAND NEW Furniture 50-80% OFF! Call 382-4615 for military discounts! CHOCOLATE SUEDE SOFA from Ashley Furniture. Excellent condition! 3 months old. $300. Please leave a message 910-353-5735 IN GREAT CONDITION! Oak China Cabinet, 2 tier at $300 OBO. To view items, please leave a message at 910-353-5735 SOLID PINE BROYHILL BEDROOM SET. Triple dresser with mirror, queensize headboard, frame and mattress. In very good condition. $400neg. Call 910-333-0711

MISCELLANOUS 5 ON 5 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT At the end of January of 2012. If are interested, please contact Corey at 910-258-6154. FIRE WOOD FOR SALE $55 1/2 cord. $110 full cord. All wood is split hardwood. No pine. Delivery for additional fee. Call 910-340-7055. Hubert area

OUR FAMILY IS LOOKING TO ADOPT A male poodle around 25-45lbs. Somewhere between puppy-6yrs old. Thanks for your time. Call/Text 813-340-5619 POMERANIANS Males and females, puppies and adults, AKC reg. Health guaranteed. UTD on shots. Prices start at $300+. Call 910-324-1956 TINY PEKINGESE PUPS Full breed, beautiful parents (CKC Registration). All shots and worming completed. Ready to go and will go fast. 4 weeks old. $600 only 4 of 9. TWO BEAUTIFUL PARAKEETS Male is lime green, female is aqua blue. Cage is large, white. All accessories. Perfect for a first time pet. Very playful. $40.00 910-238-3151 YELLOW CRESTED COCKATOO Talks very friendly. $1000. Large cage & stand included. Call 910-326-2714 or 910-330-2448 LANDMARK MILITARY NEWSPAPERS makes every effort to protect our readers from fraud and abuse. When purchasing a pet, you should always carefully inspect the facility where the animal was raised. If you have concerns regarding a specific ad in The Globe, feel free to contact us. As always, we encourage our readers to consider the many pets available for adoption at local shelters. Some of these pets are featured weekly on page D2 of The Globe.


AUTO 2001 HONDA ACCORD EX. Loaded, 167,000 miles. Asking $4750. Kelly Blue Book’s value $5200. Please leave a message 910-353-5735 CHEVY EQUINOX New body style, great MPG, GM Certified, 6 to choose, starting at $23,995. Dealer. 910-798-2730

GETTING MARRIED? 1/3 carat diamond 10K gold women’s pair of engagement & wedding bands, size 7, only $315. Call 910-378-4577.

CHEVY TRAILBLAZER ‘08 GM Certified, clean local trade. $15,995. Dealer 910-798-2730

NEW 20 INCH BARBIE BIKE in unopened box. $65. Cape Carteret 252-452-0039 PECANS in the shell. Time for pecan pies. $3.00 lb. 910-581-9660 TRUMPET LESSONS - For beginners in my home. Call 910-382-3840

MERCEDES C-CLASS ‘05 Local trade, good miles, silver, only $13,995. Dealer. 910-798-2730 MINI COOPER Two to choose, clean, loaded and starting at $16,995. Dealer. 910-798-2730 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE ‘08 Low miles, V6, local trade, only $15,500. Dealer. 910-798-2730

BOATS & RECREATION 2000 27 FT TRAVEL TRAILER A/C, stove, microwave, frig, gas/elec, doublebed, sofabed, tablebed, $6000 ALSO: 1981 25 ft family boat, 225 outbd motor, trailer, cuddy cabin w/a, 10 pass, $4500, 910-358-0788(d) 455-7607(n)

MOTOROCYCLES 2009 HARLEY SPORTSTER 883L Silver, only 2K miles, garage kept, well maintained, Vance & Hines pipes, crash bar, must see. Asking $5800. Call 910-581-9660 Will email pictures. 2009 HONDA SHADOW 750 Red, garage kept, well maintained, sissy bar, crash bars, 12k miles, must see. Pics available via email, asking $4900. 910-581-9660 2010 HD SOFTAIL CUSTOM $17K OBO. Getting Divorced - MUST SELL! Less than 3K miles, garage kept, Wille G. Skull appearance add-ons, Screaming Eagle pipes. Make offer: 863-610-3065, Rob.

Then We THEN YAssociate OU!You! WDistribution E NEEDneed Outside (Part-Time) Sales Professional

To sell Globe and Rotovue Newspapers, Online To help distribute our newspaper. website and Specialty publications

5 NISSAN 2011/2012 WHEEL COVERS at $75. Leave a message 910-353-5735.

FOR SALE- New Weimar silver trumpet with case $200. Call 910382-3840

LONGABERGER BASKETS- Selling entire collection of Longaberger Baskets. Huge selection of baskets to choose from. New, retired, small, large, collectors club and more. Call 302-542-8193

KIA FORTE ‘10 Local trade, low miles, EX model, rated 34 MPG, only $13,500. Dealer. 910-798-2730

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FOR SALE 2001 FORD F-250 Super Cab 253k miles, 125k on motor, transmission under warranty. 35” tires, LineX, wicked wheel, gauges, tuner, 5” straight pipe, AFE intake. $13,000. 910-265-4759 FORD EXPLORER ‘10 Eddie Bauer Edition, local trade, clean and loaded. $22,995. Dealer. 910-798-2730 GMC YUKON ‘08 HYBRID Local vehicle, leather, running boards, GM Certified to 100,000 miles. $29,995. Dealer. 910-798-2730


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