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Eye on the Fleet


VOL. 26 NO. 38

(Sept. 12, 2015) SO1 Trevor Thompson, assigned to the U.S. Navy parachute team, the Leap Frogs, flies the American flag as he comes in for a landing during a demonstration at the Utah State Fair Rodeo as part of Salt Lake City Navy Week.

U.S. Navy photo by HM2 James Rauch

inside: TRICARE Cold-call fraud. . . . . . . . . . . . 2 9/11 Never forget. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 RUN Patriot 5K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 CPO PINNING Welcome to the mess . . . . . 7 Energy Tip Unplug electronic devices ‘electricity vampires’ - when they are not in use. TOP OF PAGE ONE: An MV-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 262 (Reinforced) departs Misawa Air Base after flying in for the annual Misawa Air Show.


Richardson replaces Greenert as 31st CNO

SAR response

From NAS Key West Public Affairs


dm. John Richardson, previously the director of Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, replaces Adm. Jonathan Greenert Friday as the 31st Chief of Naval Operations. Richardson was confirmed by the Senate on Aug. 5. Greenert has been CNO since September 2011. Vice Adm. Frank Caldwell, who was also confirmed by the Senate Thursday, will succeed Richardson later this month as the NNPP director. The change of office ceremony is at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Richardson, 55, hails from Petersburg, Virginia. He graduated with a degree in physics from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1982. Richardson also holds master’s degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Woods see CNO page 3


U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Cody Babin

aval Air Station Key West Search and Rescue Medical Technician HM2 Derek Brewer, left, and SAR Swimmer AWS1 Juan Sarangocastillo, center, treat a staged burn victim during an annual SAR certification event on Saddlebunch Keys Thursday as HM3 Eric Robertson, assigned to SAR, communicates with the helicopter crew.

Committee lowers ticket prices for 240th Navy Ball From NAS Key West Public Affairs


ith an intent to introduce Navy tradition to its newest Sailors, the organiz-

ers of this year’s ball have lowered the cost of attending. Ticket prices are based on the Sailor’s rank: $25 for E4 and below; $30 for E5; $40 for E6, and $45 for E7 and

above and civilians. The 240th Navy Ball, set for Oct. 16, is at the Marriott Beachside Hotel, in the second-level ballroom. The cocktail hour starts at 5 p.m. with dinner

at 6 p.m. For more information, or to purchase a ticket, contact one of the following Navy Ball Committee members: see Navy page 3


•September 18, 2015



Sept. 18

1936 - Squadron 40-T, based in the Mediterranean, is established to protect U.S. interests and evacuate U.S. citizens around the Iberian Peninsula.

Sept. 19 1957 - Bathyscaphe Trieste, in a dive sponsored by the Office of Naval Research in the Mediterranean, reaches a record depth of two miles.

Sept. 20 2008 - CTM3 Matthew O’Bryant dies in the bombing of the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad, Pakistan. He was assigned to the Navy Information Operations Command at Fort Meade, Maryland.

Sept. 21 1858 - USS Niagara departs Charleston, South Carolina, for Liberia carrying 200 Africans liberated from the slave brig Echo off the coast of Cuba by USS Dolphin.

Sept. 22

don’t know about you, but I love this rain that has fallen this week. It has given us a break from the heat and has given my car a few washes as well. However, when it started Sunday night, I checked the weather app on my phone and it said there was a 20 percent chance of rain that day. Nature gave it 100 percent chance. I have learned in Florida, especially in the Keys, that rain seems to appear out of nowhere. And the rain that is supposed to hit us could become insignificant showers or miss us completely. My favorite scenery, while I am driving, is to see rain pouring down over different areas between Key West and Boca Chica, yet it is sunny where I am. Weather can be a hard thing to predict. A weatherperson does it fairly well, but in the end they cannot control the weather or be accurate 100 percent of the time. When it comes, all they can report is what is happening now and in the past. The future is a fog. This reminds me of how we live life. Let’s be honest. We want to know what is going to happen next. Will I make the next promotion? What is my next

duty station? Will I get married? How many children will I have? Should I invest in a home? What will happen after retirement? Will I have a hereditary disease? The list goes on. As we get caught up in the future, our anxiety increases. We start worrying CHAPLAIN'S about what could CORNER happen, especially the negative outcomes. The “what-ifs” plague us as we try to come up with a plan. We lay NAS Key West awake at night Command Chaplain wondering what tomorrow will Lt. Ethan Everts bring. Jesus asks this rhetorical question in Mt. 6:27, “And which of you by being anxious can add a single hour to his span of life?” The answer is no one. Actually, you will likely take away an hour of your life the more you worry. 1 Pet. 5:6-7 tells us we are to humble ourselves to God and cast all our anxieties on to God because he cares for you. Casting your worries to God is a spiritual discipline. It is a humbling act. It acknowledges that we are not the gods of our life. Instead, we recognize the God of our life cares and guides us. Have you ever seen worry in this light? To worry and be anx-

ious is an act of pride. This does not mean we do not plan or be reckless. Do not go and rack up the credit card and ask God to pay it off. That is poor stewardship. What we need to do is trust that no matter the future, God will see us through. Our future is not a surprise to God. Just like a weatherperson predicting, we may have indicators that can help us prepare. However, we can never truly know what will happen. All we know is what has happened which can teach us. All we can react to is what is happening now. Beyond that we need to give it to God and accept we cannot control every moment. I tell many people this one fact, “There is only one person on this planet you can control, and it is you.” No matter what is happening now, just know you can only control how you react. You can worry or you can give it to God. If you need a place to learn to trust God, come to the Truman Chapel for our Protestant worship service on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. If you are in need of spiritual guidance in anxious times, call your chaplain at (305) 293-2318 Naval Air Station Key West or (305) 292-8788 Coast Guard Sector Key West. God bless and don’t stress!

1989 - After Hurricane Hugo, Sailors and Marines provide assistance to Charleston, South Carolina.

Call centers targeting TRICARE beneficiaries

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1931 - Lt. Alfred Pride pilots Navy’s first rotary wing aircraft, XOP-1 autogiro, in landings and takeoffs aboard USS Langley (CV 1) while underway.

he Defense Health Agency, Office of Program Integrity has received a significant number of concerns from TRICARE beneficiaries regarding unsolicited attempts by “call centers” seeking personal identifying information and health information so they can allegedly provide prescribed

Sept. 24 1960 - USS Enterprise, the first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, launches in Newport News, Virginia.


cream medications. TRICARE and its contractors never call and ask for personal identifying information or health information. Beneficiaries should be wary of unsolicited attempts by any entity asking for personal or health information, either by phone, by mail or in person. The call center method of operation is made in the form of cold

call in which the caller tells the beneficiary that he or she is a representative calling from XYZ. The cold call continues with this or a similar script: “We are calling to tell you about a benefit TRICARE will cover for you for a prescription pain cream you are eligible for. “Do you have any of the folsee CALL page 5

Commanding Officer Capt. Steven P. McAlearney Executive Officer Cmdr. Pornchai Davidson PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER Trice Denny EDITOR Jolene Scholl STAFF MC3 Cody Babin This newspaper is an authorized publication for members of the military service and their families. Its contents do not necessarily reflect the official views of the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense, or the U.S. Navy and do not imply endorsement thereof. The editorial content of this newspaper is prepared, edited and provided by the Public Affairs Office of Naval Air Station Key West, Florida. Additional copy and photographs provided by the readers of the Southernmost Flyer should be addressed to: Editor, Southernmost Flyer, Public Affairs Office, Naval Air Station, Box 9001, Key West, FL 33040-9001. Copy can also be e-mailed to jolene.scholl@ Telephone (305) 293-2425/2434. DSN 4832425/2434. Deadline for all editorial copy is 4 p.m. the Friday preceding publication. All articles must be submitted on disk in text format, written in upper/lower case style.

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Remembering 9/11

prestigious Vice Adm. James Stockdale for inspirational leadership award in 2001, among a long Hole Oceanographic list of personal and unit Institution, and the awards. National War College. As one of the Navy’s top leaders, Richardson has a broad-based record as an operational commander. Richardson commanded the nuclear attack submarine USS Honolulu (SSN 718), served as a naval aide to the president of the United States, as well as numerous other assignments through his career. Richardson received the Richardson

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MM1 Juliana Gomez, noon - 1 p.m., Command PASS office, Bldg. A-324, Boca Chica Field, (618) 248-0325. ET1 Kenneth Deford, Joint Interagency Task Force South, Truman

Annex, (305) 293-5416. OS1 Kiara Paulino, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Urinalysis Program office, Bldg. A-515, Boca Chica Field, (786) 202-8582. LS1 Maximo Gutierrez, at Fighter Squadron Composite (VFC) 111 Supply Department, Boca Chica Field, (305) 2932382.


aval Air Station Key West chief petty officer selectees conducted a 9/11 Memorial Ceremony Sept. 11 at the Truman Annex Chapel. The ceremony, attended by all branches of military service and civilians, featured remarks from Coast Guard Sector Key West Commander Capt. Jeff Janszen and a recap of the events of Sept. 11, 2001.

This Just In… Beach cleanup Naval Air Station Key West’s Environmental Department is asking for volunteers to participate in the Ocean Conservancy’s annual International Coastal Cleanup from 7:30 - 10 a.m. Saturday. Volunteers are needed to help clean the beach at the end of Old Boca Chica Road. Participants are encouraged to wear closed-toe shoes, hats, sunglasses and bring gloves. For more information call Ed Barham, (305) 293-2911.

Job Title: Gunners mate Hometown: Laurel, Mississippi Prior Duty Stations: USS Vicksburg (CG 69) Hobbies: Outdoor activities, cooking and sports Most Interesting Experience: Visiting Barcelona, Spain. Future Plans: Buy a house.

SafeTalk training GM2 (SW) Roderick Johnson

U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Cody Babin

A-718, Room 118 (Safety Department training room). The event is open to all military, civilians and dependents. SafeTALK is a half-day alertness workshop that prepares anyone over the age of 15 to become a suicide-alert helper. SafeTALK-trained helpers can recognize these invitations and take action by connecting potential victims of suicide with life-saving intervention resources, such as caregivers trained in ASIST. Seating is limited. To register or for information, call Chaplain Ethan Everts at (305) 2932318 or email

Health Benefits Fair

Naval Air Station Key West’s chapA Naval Air Station Key West lain’s office hosts safeTALK training Health Benefits Fair is scheduled for from 8:30 - 11:30 a.m. Sept. 28 at Bldg. 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Nov. 16 at Bldg.

A-515, Boca Chica Field. Representatives from Government Employees Health Association, Inc., and Blue Cross Blue Shield are among the agencies that are scheduled to attend. For more information, call (305) 293-2425.

Bible study Naval Air Station Key West Religious Ministries Department hosts a Bible Study program on Wednesdays from noon - 1 p.m., in Bldg. A-718, Room 219, Boca Chica Field. For more information, call the chaplain’s office at (305) 293-2157, or email see this just in page 8


•September 18, 2015

Annual preparedness month focuses on hurricane threats From NAS Key West Emergency Operations Center


t’s September and the Federal Emergency Management Agency is promoting National Preparedness Month. The focus of week three is hurricanes. Rain, wind, tornadoes and storm surge related to hurricanes cause change to natural environments, damage to the human-built environment and even loss of life. It’s estimated that 10,000 people die each year worldwide due to hurricanes and tropical storms. The majority of human deaths are caused by flooding. Because hurricanes can be very dangerous, it is important to look for hurricane warnings and to evacuate if it is recommended in your area. If the chain of command or local

government calls for an evacuation, get the heck out. Prepare family evacuation plan ahead of time. Listen to local TV or radio stations for information. If unable to evacuate, take refuge in a small interior room, closet or hallway on the lowest level. Stay alert for extended rainfall and subsequent flooding even after the hurricane or tropical storm has ended. Don’t be fooled by a lull in the storm and walk around outside. Don’t wait until the last minute to buy supplies. Put together a hurricane kit at the start of the season, June 1. Have plenty of water, batteries, flashlights, candles, matches, dry and canned food, a can opener, a first aid kit, gasoline, a portable radio, and medications ready. Don’t wait for leaks in the home to

start dripping. Check and repair to be prepared before hurricane season. Don’t pack up the entire house in fear before evacuating. Secure the most precious and important items, like photos, albums, heirlooms, jewelry - anything that cannot be replaced. Don’t forget to secure items outside. Anything can become a projectile. A lawn chair or even a small flower pot can damage a house or a car. Bring in as much as possible and secure the rest with robe or bungee cords. Don’t ignore mold. If there is flooding and there are concerns of mold in the home, have a certified mold inspector test and assess the damage and give remediation options. For more information and to register for America’s PrepareAthon Day on Sept. 30, visit: http://www.ready. gov/september

BBC News The following LifeWorks programs are open to BBC residents only. Pilates Monday, 9 - 10 a.m., Trumbo basketball court Zumba Thursday, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., Community Center Zumba Saturday, 8 - 9 a.m., Community Center Contact us: Balfour Beatty Communities Office Number: (305) 292-5590 Service Request Number: (305) 292-5596 Office hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday - 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Website: Facebook:

Suicide Prevention Month Toolkit

Navy Suicide Prevention Branch, OPNAV N171

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Ombudsman appreciation

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lowing medical issues (list of issues) or pain? If so, TRICARE wants to get you taken care of, all we need are your doctor’s name and your TRICARE information and we will contact your doctor and get these medications or supplies out to you immediately and submit a claim.” DHA PI strongly advises beneficiaries to give no information to these types of unsolicited requests for personal health information and personal identifying information. Often these call centers have identified what limited information they have through internet web searches or through individuals who have approached a beneficiary independently and obtained information. Beneficiaries who receive cold calls from a call center, or who are contacted by mail or approached by individuals seeking information, should immediately submit a fraud report to TRICARE’S pharmacy benefits contractor Express Scripts, Inc., by calling the ESI fraud tip hotline at (866) 7596139 or emailing a report to TRICAREfraudtip@ ESI can also flag beneficiaries’ profiles and reject attempts to bill for these medications. Beneficiaries who receive unsolicited medication in the mail can refuse delivery.



U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Cody Babin

aval Air Station Key West and Coast Guard Sector Key West recognize ombudsman Thursday during the annual Ombudsman Appreciation Ceremony at the Fleet and Family Support Center on Sigsbee Park. Shown, from left, are NAS Key West Commanding Officer Captain Steve McAlearney, Mady Ortiz (USCGC Isaac Mayo), Lesli Bravo (USCGC Thetis), Jennifer Bassett (USCG Station Key West), Vickie Dowell (USCGC Mohawk), Natalie Ollinger (NAS Key West), Dawn Hoffpauir (USCG Sector Key West), Tiffany Ftacek (Naval Branch Health Clinic), Melissa Schreur (Joint Interagency Task Force South), Mary Petit (Ombudsman Coordinator) and Cmdr. Pat Schreiber, Coast Guard Sector Key West deputy sector commander.


•September 18, 2015

MWR Update Fall Fest Morale, Welfare and Recreation hosts its annual Fall festival from 4 - 7 p.m. Oct. 8 at Sigsbee Park. This family event features hay rides, face painting, the Home Depot Kid’s Workshop, petting zoo and trunk or treat. Youngsters are encouraged to bring a pumpkin to paint and decorate. You provide the pumpkin and MWR provides the decorating supplies. Food and beverages are being sold by the Junior Enlisted Association. For more information, call (305) 293-2682.

Vet Clinic The quarterly vet clinic is scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Bldg. 1509-A on Sigsbee Park. Appointments are every 30 minutes and reservations are required. For more information or to reserve an appointment, email keywestvetserv@ The vet clinic is open to active, retired military and their dependents with valid ID.

2016 air show The Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels are coming to Key West on April 2 and 3. The air show also will feature other military and civilian performers. Morale, Welfare and Recreation will begin soliciting cash and in-kind sponsorship to support the show in September. Anyone interested in sponsorship may contact the Air Show Sponsorship Coordinator by emailing or calling (305) 293-2503.

Patriot run

Child Care

MWR’s Child Development Center is offering additional child care. Cost is $4.00 per child, per hour. Pre-registration is required 2 days prior to the day of care and shot records are mandatory. For more information call the CDC at (305) 293-4498. Sept. 30: 6:30 - 10:30 p.m. Register by Sept. 28

Need an extra hour or two of child care? The School Age Care program and the Child Development Center offer hourly care. Families may not exceed 10 hours of care per child per week during SAC Before and After School program. Children must have an active registration on file. Make reservations in person or by calling the Youth Center at (305) 293-4437. For CDC hourly care, call (305) 2934498.

Golf tournament

Family movies

Register today for the 4-Person Scramble Fall Golf Tournament at 11 a.m. Oct. 2 at the Key West Golf Club. The cost is $37 per person and includes the cart fee and lunch. Rosters and payment are due Thursday at the Boca Chica Fitness Center. For more information or to submit a roster call (305) 797-7791 or email

Join MWR for Family ervice members, their families, pets and DOD civilians participate in Morale, Movie Night on the second Welfare and Recreation’s annual 9/11 remembrance Patriot Run on Naval Air and fourth Friday of every Station Key West’s Sigsbee Park Sept. 11. month. The feature film begins at 6:30 p.m. at its Sept. 30 - Game Night tickets must be used by the (Boca Chica Fitness Center) new location, Sigsbee Youth at 1351 Barracks, 6 - 8 p.m. same person on any and all Center. For details, call Oct. 8 - Volunteers need- days. Tickets must be used Tuesday (305) 293-2503. ed for Fall Festival, 4 - 7 by Dec. 20. Call the ITT Sept. 25: The Muppets 10 - 10:45 a.m. - HIIT p.m. Office at (305) 293-4173. Most Wanted (Boca Chica Fitness Oct. 10 - 12 - Halloween Center) 6:15 - 7 p.m. - Cycling Liberty activities Horror Nights Trip, Boat Rentals $50 deposit required by (Boca Chica Cycling Studio) The Liberty Single Sailor Wednesday. Looking to get out on the Program is open to all sinwater? The Sigsbee Marina Wednesday gle or unaccompanied active Disney salute has kayaks, paddleboards 5:15 - 6 p.m. - HIIT (Boca duty military personnel and snorkeling gear as well Chica Fitness Center) E-6 and below. Visit us on Information, Tickets and as boat rentals. Select from Facebook at “MWR Liberty Travel, Sigsbee Park, has a 21’ Center Console, 24’ Thursday Key West” and request to be the 2015 Disney Armed Pontoon or a 16’ Skiff for a 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. - Gentle added to the closed Liberty Forces Salute tickets: 4-day half or full day rental. The Yoga (Sigsbee Community Group. For additional infor- ticket with Park Hopper Center Console offers a dis- Center) mation email naskwliber- option for only $173.75. count of only $165 for a full 6:15 - 7 p.m. - Cycle (Boca or call (305) Tickets are available now day rental Monday - Friday. Chica Cycling Studio) 293-2682 or (305) 797-4468. through Dec. 17. All active For more information, call February’s scheduled activ- military and their spouses, (305) 293-4434. Friday ities: Coast Guard and active 11 - 11:45 a.m. - Total Friday - Pool tournament members of the National Body Toning (Boca Chica at Beach Patio Recreation Guard or Reserve can Fitness schedule Fitness Center) Center, 6 - 8 p.m. purchase up to six tickets Monday Tuesday - Birthday per for friends and fam5:15 - 6:05 p.m. - Cardio Saturday for all Liberty members ily. Tickets must be acti- Kickboxing (Boca Chica 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. September, October and vated by military personnel Fitness Center) Circuit (Boca Chica Fitness November birthdays, 6 p.m. or spouse at the park and 6:15 - 7:15 p.m. - Yoga Center)

Babysitting break

Free movies Free movies are shown each Saturday at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Beach Patio Recreation Center on Truman Annex. Popcorn and snacks are sold during the show. For more information, call (305) 293-5282. The schedule: Saturday: Poltergeist (PG) at 1 p.m. Saturday: Magic Mike XXL (R) at 6 p.m. Sept. 26: Terminator Genisys (PG-13) at 1 p.m. Sept. 26: Terminator Genisys (PG-13) at 6 p.m.


U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Cody Babin

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New chiefs mark 122 years of CPO presence at NAS Key West U.S. Navy photos by MC3 Cody Babin

Retired mustang, Lt. Cmdr. Dave Dymarcik speaks to, from left, ACC Juan Rosario, BMC Cedric Taylor and MAC Gabriel Salinas during the chief petty officer pinning ceremony Wednesday at Boca Chica Field. Dymarcik, who transitioned from chief petty officer to officer, is the assistant ground electronics maintenance officer at Naval Air Station Key West.

MAC Gabriel Salinas, above, leads the newly pinned chief petty officers in being piped aboard NAS Key West. Chief petty officers welcome ACC Juan Rosario, center, after the pinning.

BMC Cedric Taylor’s wife and daughter pinned the chief’s anchors on his khakis during Wednesday’s ceremony at Boca Chica Field.


•September 18, 2015

1 Small ACT: Sailor shares her life experience This Just In

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From Commander, Amphibious Squadron 3 Public Affairs


he 21st Century Sailor Office invited Sailors to take part in Suicide Prevention Month by participating in the Every Sailor, Every Day campaign’s “1 Small ACT,” Sept. 1. The initiative was aimed at encouraging Sailors to promote cohesion and inspire hope through their daily actions as shipmates, leaders, family or friends, based on the Ask Care Treat (ACT) bystander intervention model. For one Sailor aboard the Whidbey Island-class amphibious dock landing ship USS Rushmore (LSD 47), the invitation inspired the courage to speak out on the seriousness of suicide

prevention by sharing the impact suicide has had on her own life. “I lost my dad to suicide, and it’s terrible, and it hurts,” said Logistics Specialist Seaman Apprentice Sierra Flaherty. “I was only five when it happened. What my family went through, what families go through when someone takes their own life, isn’t okay. We need to do what we can to help.” While suicide prevention is often addressed in the Navy, some Sailors find it tough to relate it to realworld situations. Flaherty said she wants her shipmates to make that connection to fully understand the importance of suicide prevention. “Every birthday, every soccer game, high school graduation - anything major

in my life that he wasn’t there for - just made me hurt all over again wishing he was there,” said Flaherty. “I would always wonder if I could’ve been different, if I could’ve been better, if he’d still be here. It was hard to understand as a child that it wasn’t my fault.” Flaherty said she hopes her story will help Sailors pay attention to the wellbeing of their shipmates. “The Navy is all about one team, one fight, and we’re supposed to look out for each other,” said Flaherty. “It’s easy to look at suicide prevention as just another poster on the wall, but if we took it in all seriousness and really took it in, it would hit home. That’s someone’s husband, wife, daughter or son who isn’t coming home. That’s some kid growing up without a dad.”

NAS Classifieds FOR RENT Available Oct. 1 1BR/1BA near Bayview Park. Immaculate 400 sq ft with on-street parking and small yard space. All utilities, cable and Internet included. Gas stove/oven. On site W/D. Owner-occupied duplex. No pets. Non-smoker preferred. One quiet person only. $1,800 monthly. FLS to move in ($5,400). Email HELP WANTED Bartenders wanted: American Legion Arthur Sawyer Post 28 on Stock Island is currently seeking part-time bartenders. Send resumes to, stop at the post for an application and/or call the post commander at (305) 797-4250.

a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or other related degree. Candidate must provide his/her own vehicle, vehicle insurance and have a current Florida drivers’ license. Experience (minimum one year) in children’s and/ or family counseling and computer literacy is an asset. Candidate must be organized, detail-oriented and excellent with people. Position requires flexibility, availability and self-assurance in working with youth, families and interagency. Salary based on degree. Contact Patti Murray or call (305) 852-4246 ext. 236. All candidates must submit to a background screening, drug testing and driver’s license check. The Florida Keys Children’s Shelter is a drug-free workplace.

The Florida Keys Children’s Shelter has a fulltime position open for community based counselor in Key West. Applicant will work with at-risk youth. The right professional will have

The Community Foundation of the Florida Keys seeks an energetic, detailoriented administrative assistant with exceptional organizational and communication skills to help keep

our small, busy office running efficiently. Qualified applicants should be skilled in Microsoft Office, Excel, database management and event coordination. Office hours are 9 a.m. - 5p.m. Monday - Friday. Salary is commensurate with experience. Please send resumes with salary requirements to CFFK, 300 Southard Street, Suite 201 or NAS KEY WEST CLASSIFIEDS are free for activeduty and retired personnel, their families and civilian

base employees only. Deadline for submissions is noon the Tuesday prior to that Friday’s issue. Make submissions to the NAS Key West Public Affairs Office by email, jolene.; mail, P.O. Box 9001, Key West, FL 33040-9001; or fax submissions to (305) 293-2627. Unless otherwise directed, ads will run for four issues. Name and phone number must accompany all requests in order for them to be considered for publication. For more information, call (305) 293-2425.

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Audubon House

During September the Audubon House is offering free admission to residents with local ID. Tours are offered from 9:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. For more information, call (305) 294-2116.

October 16, 2015 Marriott Beachside 3841 N Roosevelt Blvd. Key West FL 33040 Ticket prices E7 and Above (Civilian)






E4 and below

$25 Uniform

Military, Dress Whites with Medals Civilian’s attire formal Pick your tickets up with MM1 Gomez: 1200-1300 @ CPC Office PH: 619-248-0325 ET1 Deford: Anytime for JIATF PH: 305-293-5416 OS1 Paulino: 1100-1300 @ CPC Office PH: 786-202-8582 LS1 Gutierrez: Anytime @ VFC 111 Supply Office PH: 305293-2382

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