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The Waterline

August 16, 2012

Vol. XXIX No.33

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NEWS AND INFORMATION FOR THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

Riding and driving safe go hand-in-hand Benjamin Christensen, NDW Waterline writer

U.S. Navy photo by Bruce Moody

Carl Bennett, an instructor with Cape Fox Professional Services, discusses sports bike handling techniques with a Sailor during a sports bike safety course at Joint Base Anacostia Bolling.

As the scorching heat starts to die down with the end of the summer and the milder days of early fall approach, while on the road riders and drivers alike need to be aware of the tenets of motorcycle safety. According to Naval Safety Center (NSC) data, over 30 service members died in Fiscal Year 2011 due to mishaps on or related to a motorcycle. Indeed, odds are against those who ride motorcycles: the odds of dying from a mishap while on duty is only one in 23,134, one in 17,359 while in a car, but in stark contrast, the odds of dying during a mishap while on a motorcycle jump to one in only 2,954. While keeping these statistics in mind, one might ask what can be done by motorcyclists

to reduce those odds. The most obvious answer is one this is actually required by the Navy, not just recommended: education. The Naval Safety Center reports that 63 percent of the fatal accidents that occurred from FY'072011 involving Sailor motorcyclists were those who lacked initial training or mandatory follow-up training. "One of the most important things that Sailors and other riders need to keep in mind is that riding a motorcycle requires being a continuous student," said Daniel Moore, lead instructor for Naval District Washington's (NDW) motorcycle safety courses. "If you go out on deployment, when you come back take another course before you ride your motorcycle just to brush off the cobwebs." All Sailors, and that includes ones riding off-base, are required to take the Basic Riders Course (BRC), a course designed for one with

See Riding, Page 9

RapidGate Set to Expand at NDW Entry Control Points Benjamin Christensen, NDW Waterline writer RapidGate, a system for electronically verifying military, civilian and contractor credentials, is due for an expansive update in the upcoming months. In an effort to increase security at Naval DistrictWashington's (NDW) installations entry control points (ECPs), RapidGate, which is inherently connected to the earlier adopted Navy Commercial Access Control System (NCACS), is set to expand to include not only scanning the credentials issued through NCACS, but also those of military service members and their families and DoD civilians. NCACS currently has two parts, the vetting process (background check) and then ID verification each time an NCACS contractor comes onto an installation. In order to obtain installation access through NCACS a vender or contractor can visit any Pass and ID office and input required data into an NCACS kiosk. Once the information is entered into the system and the government office receiving the service verifies the

request as legitimate, the contractor or vendor's company is billed for the background check. After all funds are received, a background check is conducted and, with a clear record, credentials are issued. With these credentials in hand, contractors and vendors who require access but do not qualify for a Common Access Card (CAC) are able to quickly and safely access a base. RapidGate handheld scanners used at perimeter checkpoints are wirelessly connected to a database at the guardhouse, which then verifies the credentials as authentic and current. NCACS has also streamlined the movement of vital information and records from all levels of command at installations throughout the region. The new system allows for printouts regarding the enrollment, background, and status of contractor companies and employees in the program, which then can be used to brief command on base. "Twelve months ago, I couldn’t tell you how many companies I had," said Daryl Colter, non-guard services site manager for N3-Secu-

U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Kiona Miller

Cpl. Mark Mondy, from the Naval District Washington Police Department, See Expand, Page 8 checks the identification of a Washington Navy Yard visitor.

Inside Link directly to the NDW Facebook page on your smart phone

Around the Yard, Page 2

AFPAK Blog, Page 6


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Northwest Sailors Volunteer at Veterans Home By MC2 Scott A. McCall, Navy Public Affairs Support Element, Det. Northwest More than 40 chief petty officers (CPO) and CPO selects, assigned to commands within Navy Region Northwest, participated in a community relations (COMREL) project at Washington Veterans Home, Aug. 9. The CPO selects, Sailors undergoing an induction process to CPO, assisted the grounds crew of the veterans home with brush clean-up of the campus, tree trimming and weed pulling. "Our ultimate goal is not only to make this thing pretty, but to give back and appreciate our veterans," said Chief Hospital Corpsman (SS/FMF) Robert Ripps, stationed at Naval Submarine Support Center on Naval Base Kitsap (NBK) Bangor. During the clean up the CPO selects also interacted with the veterans living on the campus sharing stories of their time currently serving and listening to the stories from those who preceded them. "Some of the selects broke off and engaged some of the veterans here that reside in the facility and they appreciate not

only us here helping maintain their home, but to listen and appreciate them and what they sacrificed for us and our nation," said Ripps. "A lot of times all people want sometimes is to be appreciated and someone to listen to them." WashingtonVeterans Home is on a 31-acre campus with a state-of-the-art facility serving more than 240 veterans needing both long-term nursing and assisted-living care. Don Veverka, superintendent administrator for the Washington Veterans Home, said that due to a limited budget the home can only allocate two people to manage the grounds for the entire campus, so they rely heavily on volunteers especially current active duty service members. "The help that we receive is a tremendous value to us, it allows us to keep the grounds looking, much better than they would otherwise," saidVeverka. "We rely on them very heavily to come and provide those extra hands and assistance in keeping the place looking better than it would otherwise. We respect and appreciate their contribution immensely." Veverka said the veterans love it when current active duty personnel take the time to visit. He described the service members here in the Pacific Northwest as being generous and very supportive of the veterans. "They come in and meet with our residents, they'll call

bingo, they'll engage in activities and involve with them, getting to know our residents," saidVeverka. "What is better then to have service veterans connected with active duty service personnel? They love it and look forward to it and are always eager to share their stories and their experiences, which really is very valuable to those that are engaged in the current active duty as well." Being able to have this opportunity to connect with the past had a big meaning for some of current active duty Sailors who participated in the COMREL. "It's amazing to me that they're here and we're here and they are from times before ours," said Chief (select) Logistics Specialist (SS) Bernard Drayton, assigned to StrategicWeapons Facility Pacific at NBK Bangor. "One day we'll be here and I'll come out and watch the young guys do it and be proud that they are following from were I came from." Ripps said that COMREL projects like this are very effective and important for the Navy by building a bond and uniting the Sailors with the surrounding community. "Even though our jobs all too often carry us away from our communities and our families, an event like this gives us a

See Volunteer, Page 8

Around The Yard What can we do to help make the roads safer for motorcycles and what can riders do to make it safer as well?

"More training, motorcycle awareness... I believe the more training we have and the more aware people are the better off they can be." CS2 Herschel Ross, CNIC

"Motorcycles should slow down and stop zipping up the middle, it scares drivers because they come out of nowhere. It's not all of them, my brother has a bike and he stays in people's mirrors to make sure people can see him."

"There's a billboard on 212 that says look both ways before entering the road, for motorcycles, so more advertisement." Jason Taylor, Strategic Systems Programs

Tiffany Redmon, Strategic Systems Programs

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Commandant, Naval District Washington Rear Adm. Patrick J. Lorge NDW Public Affairs Officer Edward Zeigler Waterline Staff Photojournalist MC2 Kiona Miller Writer Benjamin Christensen Copy Editor/Page Designer The Gazette/Comprint Military Publications Lorraine Walker All stories must be submitted by 4 p.m. the Thursday prior to publication. E-mail stories to: waterline.ndw.fcm@navy.mil or bring/mail to: The Waterline, 1411 Parsons Ave. SE, Suite 205, Wash-

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This Week in Naval History August 16

1959 - USS Thetis Bay (LPH 6) completes 6-day humanitarian operation after floods in Taiwan. 1969 - Navy Seabees and sailors from Helicopter Training Squadron Eight (HT-8) evacuated 820 people from Pass Christian, MS after Hurricane Camille.

1812 - USS Constitution recaptures American merchant brig Adeline 1954 - Beginning of Operation Passage to Freedom, transport of refugees from Haiphong to Saigon, Vietnam

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1812 - Frigate President captures British schooner L'Adeline in North Atlantic 1942 - Submarines USS Nautilus and USS Argonaut land 222 Marines on Makin Island, firstamphibiousattackmadefromsubmarines 1959-Adm.ArleighBurkereappointedCNO for 3rd2yearterm,servinglongesttermas CNO 1962 - Navy's first hydrofoil patrol craft, USS High Point (PCH 1) launched at Seattle,WA

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1838 - Exploring Expedition under Lt. Charles Wilkes embarks on world cruise. 1911 - First Navy Nurse Corps superintendent, Esther Voorhees Hasson, appointed 1965 - First major amphibious assault in Vietnam, Operation Starlight captures 2,000 Viet Cong 1966 - First ship-to-shore satellite radio message sent from USS Annapolis in South China Sea to Pacific Fleet Headquarters at Pearl Harbor 1974 - After flooding in Philippines, Navy helicopters begin 6 days of operations to rescue people and bring supplies (244 flights)

August 19

1812 - USS Constitution captures HMS Guerriere.

Photo courtesy Naval History and Heritage Command

Action between USS Constitution and HMS Guerriere, Aug. 19, 1812. Painting by Anton Otto Fischer, depicting Guerriere's masts going over the side as Constitution rakes her from ahead. 1812- Devastating hurricane struck the Navy's New Orleans station, delaying military preparations in the War of 1812 1818 - Capt. James Biddle takes possession of Oregon Territory for U.S. 1967 - Operation Coronado IV begins in Mekong Delta 1981 - 2 VF-41 aircraft from USS Nimitz

shoot down 2 Libyan aircraft which fired on them over international waters

August 20

1952 - In interservice air operation at Chang Pyong-ni, Korea, U.S. Navy, Marine and Air Force aircraft destroy 80 percent of assigned area.

1800 - U.S. Marine Corps Band gave its first concert in Washington, D.C. 1883 - Installation of the first electric lighting on a US Navy Ship completed on USS Trenton. 1920 - Radio station built by U.S. Navy and French Government transmits first wireless message heard around the world. At time it was the most powerful radio station in the world. 1951 - First contract for nuclear-powered submarine awarded. 1965 - Launch of Gemini 5, piloted by Lt. Cmdr. Charles Conrad Jr., USN, who completed 120 orbits in almost 8 days at an altitude of 349.8 km. Recovery was by helicopter from USS Lake Champlain (CVS 39). 1980 - USS Truxtun rescues 42 Vietnamese refugees and USS Merrill rescues 62 Vietnamese refugees, over 200 miles southeast of Saigon

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1912 - Birthday of Dental Corps 1945 - First surrender of Japanese garrison at end of World War II; USS Levy receives surrender of Mille Atoll in Marshall Islands 1980 - USS Passumpsic rescues 28 Vietnamese refugees

Eisenhower, CVW-7 Commence OEF Missions By MC1 Nathanael Miller, Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group Public Affairs

U.S. Navy photo by MCSN Apprentice John Haynes

An F/A-18C Hornet from the Rampagers of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 83 launches from the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69). Eisenhower is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility conducting maritime security operations, theater security cooperation efforts and support missions as part of Operation Enduring Freedom.

Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 7, embarked aboard aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), began flying the first combat sorties in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Aug. 9. These missions will provide direct support to coalition forces on the ground in Afghanistan. The support includes electronic warfare, close-air support, airborne command and control, and reconnaissance. "Air-support missions are intended to degrade terrorist activities, diminish the influence of the Taliban and improve security to encourage economic prosperity in the region," said Capt. Samuel J. Paparo, CVW-7 commander. "We bring a wide range of capabilities to coalition forces in Afghanistan and take pride in the fact that we are working with them to establish security and stability there.

Every squadron has trained thoroughly for these missions, and now it is time to execute." Since 2009, U.S. Navy aircraft have averaged about 5,000 close-air support missions per year in support of OEF. Eisenhower joins the Enterprise Carrier Strike Group (CSG), led by aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65), which has been operating in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility since April. While air support will be the primary focus in support of OEF, Eisenhower and other CSG surface ships can also achieve a robust set of missions in support of regional maritime security. "Our mission is to set the conditions for economic prosperity, which encompasses ensuring maritime security of all commercial sea lanes," said Rear Adm. Michael Manazir, commander, Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group. "The versatility of our capabilities and vitality of our Sailors allows us to be flexible

See Missions, Page 9

NEX Hiring Staff for Facility's Opening By MC3 Nathan Parde, NSAB Public Affairs staff writer The Naval Support Activity Bethesda (NSAB) Navy Exchange (NEX) is aiming to fill approximately 200 positions over the next three months to prepare for the opening of a new 150,000 square foot facility. "The grand opening is Nov. 10," said Rick Pimentel, general manager of the NSAB NEX. "One of our main goals is to hire within the military community. We love to hire spouses

and wounded warriors. This is why we are here - to support [service members] and their families, and improve their quality of life." The new facility is being designed as a joint service facility that is also accessible to individuals with special needs. "Elements of the store's construction are tailored for the wounded warriors, such as extra-wide aisles and handicapped accessible counters," said Pimentel. "We want to accommodate everyone in the military and not just

certain groups of people." Pimentel said there are a variety of jobs available, and the goal is to have all positions filled prior to the store's opening. "We have full-time, part-time and flex positions," said Pimentel. "Flex positions are people who are not committed to any one set of hours, but may be able to adjust their hours around other part-time jobs that they might have." Preparing for a new facility's opening takes a lot of manpower, said Pimentel. "We hire in teams and phases, so these

teams can help put the store together by assembling fixtures and stocking shelves. Then, the entire staff will be here for the grand opening," he said. To aid in their hiring efforts, the NEX will be participating in several upcoming job fairs, including a job fair hosted by NSAB, said Pimentel. "We have several job fairs planned, including the 100,000 jobs fair on Aug. 25," said Pi-

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NSA Washington-JBAB Fleet Family and Fun CAREER SUPPORT AND RETENTION The Transition Assistance Management Program (TAMP)

Offers an array of services and benefits to transitioning service members, including computers setup for individuals to go online to different job banks, college and scholarship resources and career assessment tools. ResumeWritingWorkshops are offered which includes Federal Resume Writing Interview Skills, information on veterans' benefits and a professional resource library; Two TAP Seminars and one ExecutiveTAP Seminar - five-day programs - are offered monthly sponsored by the departments of Labor andVeteran Affairs, and include information that will benefit the transitioning military member.

Family Employment Readiness Program (FERP)

Offers seven basic services, which include job search strategies, job readiness, resource information, job referral service, individual counseling assistance, career planning and links to education and volunteer opportunities.

Personal Financial Management (PFM)

Program offers individual and family financial counseling, financial classes, and is responsible for the Command Financial specialist training in the Region (NDW).

Volunteer Program

Opportunities are available as an administrative assistant, counseling mediator, transition assistant, Information & Referral assistant, data entry/word processor and a retired activities volunteer.

DEPLOYMENT READINESS/ FAMILY SERVICES Life Skills Education

Provides presentations to help commands meet requirements, as well as enhance operationalandpersonal readinessincludingparenting skills training, couples communication, anger and stress management, conflict resolu-

tion, Child Abuse Awareness, Spouse Abuse Awareness and suicide prevention. Trainings canbecustomizedtofitneedsofthecommand.

New Parent Support Program (NPS)

Assists new parents in coping with the demands of parenting and military life through parenting education and training and home visits to new parents prior to delivery and after delivery; information and referral for military and community resources; child development screenings and monitoring. All active duty members and their families who are pregnant and or have children in the home from infancy to three years old are eligible for these home visitation services.

Deployment/mobilization/readiness

Assisting Sailors and family members prepare for deployment, manage separations and reunite and reintegrate with families and community through services including the Family Accountability and Assessment System, Individual augmentee (IA) Indoc Course and Deployed Family Fun Days

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

Provides assistance to service members with special needs children and family members with medical needs including resource referral to medical, counseling and educational services, support groups and care providers. Assists in finding duty stations where needs are met. Mandatory enrollment per OPNAVINST 1754.2D.

MWR Happenings Mordecai Booth's Public House 5th Anniversary Party!

Join us on Thursday Aug. 30, 2012 from 4 p.m.-9 p.m. to celebrate our 5th Anniversary! DJ Scott will be live on the 1's and 2's playing hits fromthepastandthepresent.Therewillbeplenty of contests to participate in for free giveaways! For more information call the MWR Special Events and Marketing Office at 202-685-8298.

New Service for Washington Navy Yard Customers

Based on customer inputs and requests, Navy Exchange (NEX) and Naval Support Activity Washington (NSAW) have partnered to install a Redbox DVD rental machine located at the Town Center Bldg. 22 next to the ITT sales office. Please come by and check out the new service!

SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO PREPARE? Are you prepared for an emergency? For the next 12 weeks we’ll ask you 1 question each week to test your“RQ”. RQ stands for Readiness Quotient. Let’s see how prepared you are. Ready.gov or your Fleet and Family Support Center can help, if you want to know more. Personal preparedness supports mission readiness. Do you have a specific plan for how you and your family will reunite and/or communicate in an emergency situation if you were separated?

FFR/MWR Phone numbers Child Development Programs

Child Development Center 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 767-2890 Child Development Center 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 404-8071 Child Development Center 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (202) 433-0771 Child Development Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (202) 433-3223 or (202) 404-1454 Regional Child Placement Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 433-3055 or (877) 269-9322 Regional Child & Youth School Liaison Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (202) 433-0942

Family Housing

JBAB Housing Office 1, Bldg 414 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 433-0346 JBAB Housing Office 2, Bldg 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 404-6828

Fitness Centers & Information, Tickets, and Tours (ITT)

JBAB Fitness Center 1, Bldg 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 767-5895 JBAB Fitness Center 2, Bldg 419 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 433-2962 Washington Navy Yard, bldg. 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 433-2484/2829

Military and Family Support Center

JBAB MFSC Bldg 72 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 433-6151 JBAB MFSC Bldg 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 767-0450

Liberty Program (E1-E6 Single/Unaccompanied Service Members)

Liberty Center, bldg. 72 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (202) 685-1802 JBAB Liberty Program Office, Bldg. 72 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 433-2636 JBAB Liberty Center, Bldg. 72 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 685-1802

Food & Beverage

Catering and Conference Center, WNY Bldg. 211 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 433-3041 Mordecai Booth's Public House, WNY Bldg. 101 . . . . . . . . .(202) 678-0514 or (202) 433-3041 Furnari Restaurant, JBAB Bldg. 418 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 433-2574

Other Important Numbers

WFR Administrative Office, JBAB Bldg. 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (202) 767-7707 WFR Marketing and Special Events Office, JBAB Bldg. 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (202) 767-1371 Gateway Inns and Suites, JBAB Bldg. 602 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 404-7050 MWR Sports Program/Sports Complex Rental, JBAB Bldg. 419 . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 685-0483 Outdoor Recreation, JBAB Bldg. 928 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(202) 767-9136 Vehicle Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (202) 767-9136/8562

100,000 Jobs Mission Hosts Hiring Event in Bethesda Over 30 Employers Looking To Hire Transitioning Military Members, Veterans And Military Spouses

News Release

The 100,000 Jobs Mission announced today a major hiring event for U.S. military veterans, wounded warriors, transitioning service members and military spouses on Saturday, August 25th, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at the Naval Support Activity Bethesda’s Gymnasium - Building 17 in Bethesda, Maryland. Held in collaboration with the Naval District Washington Family Support Programs, the event will feature over thirty major employers seeking to fill more than 2,000 open positions in theWashington, D.C. metro area and thousands more nationwide. Positions range from entry level to senior management roles in a wide array of industries, including defense, technology, customer service, healthcare, financial services and retail. Registration prior to the event is highly encouraged. Job seekers can register online at 100000jobsmission.com. The hiring event model used by the 100,000 Jobs Mission is designed for job seekers to register and upload their resumes prior to the event so that participating companies can review them and schedule interviews for that day. In some cases, candidates may be offered a job on the spot. Many of the recruiting teams are comprised of veterans who can help translate military skill sets into open jobs.

Some of the companies participating in the Aug. 25 event include - Abbott - Iron Mountain Incorporated - ACADEMI - JPMorgan Chase & Co. - Avis Budget Group - Lockheed Martin - Bank of America/Merrill Lynch - ManTech International Corporation - CA Technologies - Merck - CGI - Modis - Cisco Systems Inc. - Navy Exchange - Eaton Corporation - Non Appropriated Fund Employee Hiring - EMC Corporation - Office Depot, Inc. - Enterprise Holdings - Orbis, Inc. USA, Inc. - Frontier Communications - Securitas Security Services - Henry Schein, Inc. - Hostess Brands - Textron Inc. - Time Warner Cable - HP - UPMC - IBM The event is being held in collaboration with Joining Forces, U.S. Naval DistrictWash-

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Improve your speaking and leadership skills!

Come to Helmsmen Toastmasters! Join us Thursdays from 7:30-8:45a.m. at the Pentagon Library and Conference Center (PLCC). Toastmasters is an international organization that helps everyone speak, think, lead and listen better. For more info, contact Carl Sabath at carl.sabath@osd.mil or 703695-2804 or Elizabeth Femrite at elizabeth.m.femrite.civ@mail.mil or 571-256-8674. Remember - Great Helmsmen say "YES!"

100,000 Jobs Mission Hiring Event

As part of an ongoing initiative to provide jobs for wounded warriors, transitioning service members, veterans and their spouses, Naval District Washington (NDW) Family Support Programs will host a second hiring event Saturday, Aug. 25 at Naval Support Activity Bethesda (NSAB). The initiative - "100,000 Jobs Mission" - was launched in March 2011 by a number of leading companies, with a goal of hiring 100,000 transitioning service members and veterans by 2020. Through their efforts, thus far, they have hired more than 12,000 veterans. At the event, attendees will have an opportunity to meet with several potential employers. "Our nation's military and veterans represent the best this country has to offer. We owe our nation's veterans more than gratitude - we owe them the opportunity to lead successful lives following their service," the initiative's website states. Additionally, "We believe hiring veterans is not only the right thing to do for veterans, but it's a great thing to do for our businesses. Our nation's military and veterans represent the best this country has to offer and they bring meaningful skills to the workplace." The hiring event will take place in the gymnasium (Building 17) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Attendees must show proof of military service, i.e. military ID card, veteran ID card issued by theVA, or DD-214 along with a photo ID, to enter the base. For more information about the initiative, and to register visit www.100000JobsMission.com.

Defenders of Freedom Appreciation Day

Naval District Washington's (NDW) Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) will be hosting an Appreciation Day for all Department of Defense personnel and their guests on Saturday, September 22, 2012 at Six Flags of America in Largo, Md. The park will be open from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. with a special performance by legendary rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd from 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Tickets are available at all Navy Information, Tickets, and Tours (ITT) offices throughout NDW and select locations within the National Capital Region for $18. The first 5,000 eligible customers to purchase tickets will gain admission to the performance by Lynyrd Skynyrd. This unique special event will offer these military and DoD civilian personnel a wonderful opportunity for exclusive use of the Six Flags of America theme park and admittance to see one of the all time legendary bands, Lynyrd Skynyrd, perform that evening. Without question, this is a great opportunity for MWR to show appreciation for those who put their lives at stake for the personal freedom we all enjoy. MWR is offering this program, which has a value of over $150 per ticket, for only $18 per ticket including free parking. This very affordable opportunity will hopefully provide the means for up to 25,000 DoD personnel to participate in a day of appreciation for our Defenders of Freedom. Please call 202-404-6576 for more information.

National Day of Remembrance Project

Americans across the country will honor the victims and heroes of the 9/11 tragedy by serving their neighbors and communities as part of the second federally recognized “National Day of Remembrance”. This year's Joint Services "National Day of Remembrance” project will take place on Saturday Sept. 8, 2012 from 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at the Historic Congressional Cemetery, 1801 E Street South East,Washington DC. Military personnel and their family members as well as DoD civilians will restore grave markers, remove weeds, do some tree planting and engage in minor landscaping around the cemetery roadways and path to the 9/11 Memorial. Volunteers will receive T-shirts, water and lunch. In the event there are questions regarding the weather call 202-543-0539 and listen to the recording. This is a great venue for students of American history and an opportunity to earn community service hours. For more information contact: Navy – 202-433-6854, Marines – 202-433-0016. For on-line registration go to www.cnic.navy/ndw then scroll to community service and click on-line registration.

In an effort to keep you informed of military discipline and administrative matters that have occurred in Naval DistrictWashington,theWaterline will periodically publish CourtMartial and Administrative Separation results. Court Martial U.S. v. MIDN, USN In a General Court-Martial, a Midshipman was found guilty of article 120 (wrongful sexual contact). The members sentenced the Midshipman to a dismissal. Administrative Processing A Lieutenant Commander was taken to a Board of Inquiry after his command recommend that he be detached for cause due to inappropriate behavior towards his subordinates and creating an abusive, oppressive, and hostile work environment within his department. The Board voted to retain the officer.

Association of Naval Services Officers' Welcome CNO By MC2 Byron C. Linder, Navy Public Affairs Support Element West San Diego Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Jonathan Greenert addressed attendees of the Association of Naval Services Officers' (ANSO) 32nd annual convention at a luncheon, Aug. 9. ANSO fosters the growth, advancement and recognition of Hispanic officer and enlisted personnel in the uniformed naval services, encompassing the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. Their annual convention focuses on leadership, professional development and training through a series of workshops. Greenert took the stage and reflected on the history of Hispanic contributions to the naval services, noting former Secretary of the Navy and ANSO founder Edward Hidalgo and Adm. David Farragut, the first Hispanic admiral in the U.S. Navy. "I need some ideas to be better in our ability to recruit and retain Hispanic officers and enlisted leaders," he said. "We need to continue to nurture and bring this along, and ANSO is a very good source for that. It's a very good institution." Greenert emphasized the importance of diversity in the naval services, citing teamwork between the services as a key element to successfully accomplishing the nation's

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tasking. "When all of us are out there as a team, that's when we're most effective. We need the imagination of a diverse force. It's a military necessity and a business necessity," he said. "The best are out there. It's about mining that wide range of people. It's not about quotas. A diverse team will always perform better than a group of similar thinkers from the same background." Greenert proceeded to take questions on a variety of topics, ranging from perform to serve (PTS) to educational opportunities. ANSO president, retired Rear Adm. Will Rodriguez, presented Greenert with a package of ANSO coasters to bring the luncheon to conclusion. Rodriguez noted the ANSO convention provided many unique opportunities for the attendees. "The CNO understands what we need to do. He's dedicated to what we do and to the Sailors. We can't fight without the people, and that's his number one focus," said Rodriguez. "If you come to ANSO, you're going to get access to these key leaders and commercial leaders that can help you transition. You're going to get things like one-on-one flag mentoring that you wouldn't be able to otherwise." TheANSOconventionwillconcludeAug.10. For more information, visit www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy.

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Army Capt. Tobias Petros, an Afghan Hand serving with International Joint Command Reintegration, shares photos of his family with Afghan National Army officers in Kabul, September 2011. Editor's Note:This is part three of a five-part series of an article by Sgt.1st Class Mark Porter entitled 'Afghan Hands helping to reshape Afghanistan'. It helps to better describe the AFPAK Hands program and its impact on the region.

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While Zellem was in a high-profile situation, his success, Viney said, was not simply a matter of placement, but a combination of personal drive and command support. “As much as anything, success for the Afghan Hands depends on their enthusiasm for the work and their determination to get out and make things happen,” Viney said. “That is why it’s so important for this program to access the very best people each service has to provide.” In fact, per the chairman’s guidance, the program seeks only the“best and brightest leaders our services have to offer.” The program also seeks volunteers as much as possible. “If you volunteer to participate in something, you’re going to be more dedicated to its success,” explainedViney. At this point, he estimates about 60 percent of AFPAK Hands are

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ry of the United States series. Herring opens with the Revolutionary period and the tenuous nature of America’s experiment balancing democracy with republican for government. The newly formed United States could’ve easily succumbed to being a junior partner in what French rev-

olutionaries called an “Empire of Liberty!” Instead we were fortunate to have the moderating influence of GeorgeWashington, and the raucous debate between Jefferson, Adams, Hamilton, and Madison that kept us from the inflamed passions of the French Revolution. Readers will learn how European encroachment on the western hemisphere would be a constant concern for much of America’s history. During the American CivilWar (1861-1865) Britain and France looked to exploit American divisions, with France sending combat forces to Mexico and installing a puppet regime that was ousted by Mexican revolutionaries under Benito Juarez. The efforts of Charles Adams, grandson of John Adams, and American Min-

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NSA Annapolis Teen Camp Service Dog Project is completed! The Naval Support Activity Annapolis teen campers completed their summer camp, and their summer service project, with a "Thank You" ceremony for the Warrior Canine Connection (WCC).The campers presentedWCC with a photo diary of the experience and were able to visit and enjoy the puppies one last time before the end of camp.The campers also received an award for their dedication and hard work during the WCC service dog project.

U.S. Navy photos by MC2 Kiona Miller

REVIEW Continued from 6 ister to London, kept the British from interfering in the Civil War. In the late nineteenth century, America would experiment with being a rising power, and was enticed to maintaining colonies won from the Spanish after the 1898 SpanishAmericanWar. The United States foreign policy debate revolved on maintaining American dominance over the Philippines, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, and Latin America and the corrosive impact this had on American values of liberty. Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan (1840-1914) wrote books that justified the need for American expansion-

ism, a mission taken by President Theodore Roosevelt but opposed by such influential writers as Mark Twain. As you read through this marvelously written text, you will note an evolution in American foreign policy from Manifest Destiny to Wilsonian ideals, the intervention in two European wars, to balance of power during the Cold War. Today, the United States is in search of ways to define its foreign policy in a century of globalization, war on terrorism, and other challenges to America’s security and that of the globe. Editor’s Note: Commander Aboul-Enein is author of “Militant Islamist Ideology: Understanding the Global Threat,” published in June 2010 by Naval Institute Press. He maintains a regular book review column in the NDW Waterline.

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EXPAND Continued from 1 rity. "Right now I've got 248, and [the commanding officer] is getting briefed‌ We have answers for our CO." As it stands now, the system only is used to verify the credentials of contractors whose companies, not being eligible for a CAC card, have participated in the NCACS program of vetting and background checks. However, soon those RapidGate handheld scanners used to verify NCACS issued credentials will also be capable of doing much more. "Hopefully within the next three months, we will be able to rollout with the new software that is applied to the handheld, for the capability to read CAC cards, military and dependent cards," said Colter. "It is no extra work for any visitors, contractor holder and any military [member]." This is expected to increase security at the ECPs as not only will individuals' IDs be visually checked, but they will be electronically verified against a database to ensure

VOLUNTEER Continued from 2 chance to come back and plant roots," said Ripps. "We're not just the travelers in the night that come and go every couple of years, we show that we care and we're will-

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NEX Continued from 3 mentel. "We will have a stand with information about the Navy Exchange, the types of jobs that we have, and how to access our website and apply for those positions.We will have people from Human Resources there along with key management staff, ready to hire." The 100,000 Jobs Mission hiring event will bring approximately 50 companies to NSAB, and attendants will be able to interview and possibly even be offered jobs on the spot, said Paul Grossman, regional work and family life coordinator for Naval District Washington. "Everyone who comes will definitely have an opportunity to talk to the many employers that will be there, and may be given opportunities for employment and job offers while at the event," said Grossman. "The companies that are coming are looking to hire, because they know the value that military, wounded warriors, veterans and spouses bring to their companies."

In addition to the job fairs, the best way to see what positions are available at the NEX is to go online, Pimentel said. "Individuals can apply by accessing our website, mynavyexchan ge.com, and clicking on the link 'Work For Us.' Then, you can see what jobs are available as they open up. New jobs will be posted as we enter different phases of hiring and preparing for the store's opening. If you create a profile and check back frequently, then you will see when the jobs are posted." The new NEX will be more than three times the size of the previous 45,000 square foot location. The larger facility will offer expanded services, such as a food court, pharmacy, barbershop, beauty salon and a flower shop. Pimentel encourages anyone who is currently on the job market to submit an application. "If someone is interested in a position, they should follow the procedures to apply, because we are ready to hire," said Pimentel. "We like hiring the great people in the military community, and I am very excited for what lies ahead."

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little or no riding experience) or above (courses such as the BRC2, Military Sportbike Riders Course) prior to operating a motorcycle, DoD civilians are also required to do so if they intend to ride on a DoD installation. These courses are generally offered at least once a month during the summer at various installations; for the NDW area, these bases include Naval Support Facility (NSF) Dahlgren, Naval Air Station (NAS) Patuxent River, Joint Base Andrews, and Fort Meade (Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling's training area is due to be repaired.) Sailors and DoD civilians riding on base must also renew their certifications every three years. According to Moore, being a "lifelong learner" is one of the keys to staying safe as one can never be too properly trained. In 2011, 46 percent of the Navy and Marine Corps sport-bike deaths were due to the rider losing control of the bike in daylight and good weather. This, according to the NSC, indicates that they were operating a motorcycle that they simply did not have the skills or experience to control. "[Sailors] come back from overseas and they have a fistful of money, and go into dealers and buy motorcycles with no training," said Moore. "A mistake people get into is that they buy too much of a bike for their skill level; you have to grow in your abilities as you grow in the size of the motorcycle." Automobile and truck drivers have a responsibility to keep the road safe for motorcyclists, and themselves, as well. The United States Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) has a list of the top ten things all car and truck drivers should know about motorcycles located online at http://msf-usa.org/downloads/Motorist_Awareness_tips.pdf. A few of the highlights of this list include always maintaining vigilance while driving and especially around motorcycles: they are smaller, and therefore harder to see/blend into blind spots easier so one must always be aware of his or her surroundings, and one should always give motorcycles a wide berth while on the road. "When a motorcycle is in motion, don't think of it as motorcycle; think of it as a person," implores the MSF. Riding a motorcycle can be a thrilling and worthwhile experience, but it should never be thrills at the expense of safety: Drive and ride safe, avoid distractions, and maintain proper gear including a helmet. Super simple stuff, but it makes sense. For more information on motorcycle safety, visit the Naval Safety Center at http://www.public.navy.mil/navsafecen/ or the Motorcycle Safety Foundation at www.msf-usa.org. To inquire about NDW's requisite motorcycle training courses, call (540) 653-2340.

success,” explained Viney. At this point, he estimates about 60 percent of AFPAK Hands are volunteers, with the rest being “voluntold” into the program. “Volunteers bring a desire that carries over to the job,” Viney said. “An adventurous nature and a desire to get out and interact are important personal attributes to bring to this job.” Army Lt. Col. Leonard Draves, an Afghan Hand serving in Kabul, agreed. “You always must think out of the box,” he said.“At times it is very dangerous. It is not for the faint hearted and folks without fortitude.” Combine that adventurous nature with a command that understands and supports the program, and success often follows. Unfortunately, that was not the case initially, as some commanders saw the "Hands" simply as additional bodies. “At the start, many commanders didn’t understand the value and the unique skills that Afghan Hands offered, and saw them only as additional officers to help with the existing mission,” said Viney. “In many cases they were given staff

MISSIONS Continued from 3 and agile at all times." Manazir stressed how critical every Sailor of the carrier strike group is to mission success, from flight deck personnel, to the pilots, to the engineers. "Everyone has a role and everyone does it exceptionally well," said Manazir. "I am extremely proud of the Sailors that compose this strike group and I am certain that each will perform at the highest caliber possible." CVW-7 is composed of the "Bluetails" of Carrier Airborne EarlyWarning Squadron 121, the "Patriots"of Electronic Attach Squadron 140, the "Rampagers" of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 83, the "Jolly Rogers" of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 103, the "Wildcats"VFA 131, the "Puking Dogs" ofVFA 143, and the "Nightdippers" of Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron 5. Eisenhower is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility, conducting maritime security operations and support missions for Operation Enduring Freedom. For more information, visit www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy. For more news from USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), visit www.navy.mil/local/cvn69/.

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jobs and not permitted to employ the special training they received.” Draves was initially given a staff position at International Security Assistance Forces (ISAF) with“no need for an Afghan Hand.” He contacted the AME-F, who redirected him to a more appropriate position. Thankfully, Viney said this misuse of Afghan Hands personnel seems to be a thing of the past. As the group has recorded more and more successes, leaders are realizing their value and, in many cases, seeking them out. That appreciation for the program is recognized up to the highest levels. “Through what you do, you have a chance to be special here,” said Maj. Gen.William Rapp, deputy commander, U.S. Forces-Afghanistan – Support, in a brief to incoming Afghan Hands.“You can be special if you think of yourself … as BASF, the company that used to say in their advertisements’ ‘We don’t actually make anything; we make things better.’ “You can be special if you are that connective tissue that connects people,” he added. “You get Afghans working with Afghans. And you, by virtue of your skills; by virtue of your language skills; by virtue of your contacts … you become that connective tissue wherever you happen to be assigned.”


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F-35 Completes First Airborne Weapons Separation By Victor Chen, F-35 Integrated Test Force Public Affairs The F-35 Lightning II accomplished a significant test milestone Aug. 8 when the aircraft successfully released a weapon in flight. BF-3, a short take-off and vertical landing F-35 variant, executed an inert 1,000-pound GBU-32 Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) separation weapon over water in an Atlantic test range while traveling at 400 knots at an altitude of 4,200 feet. "While this weapons separation test is just one event in a series of hundreds of flights and thousands of test points that we are executing this year, it does represent a significant entry into a new phase of testing for the F-35 program," said Navy Capt. Erik Etz, director of test for F-35 naval variants. "Today's release of a JDAM was the result of extraordinary effort by our team of maintainers, engineers, pilots and others who consistently work long hours to U.S. Navy photo courtesy Lockheed Martin/Andy Wolfe deliver F-35 warfighting capability to the U.S. F-35B test aircraft BF-3, flown by Lockheed Martin test pilot Dan Levin, completed services and our international partners." the first aerial weapons release for any variant of the aircraft. BF-3 dropped an inThe release was the first time for any verert 1,000-pound GBU-32 Joint Direct Attack Munition over an Atlantic Ocean test sion of the F-35 to conduct an airborne range from an internal weapons bay. The F-35B is the variant of the Joint Strike weapon separation, as well as the first from an Fighter designed for use by U.S. Marine Corps, as well as F-35 international part- internal weapons bay for a fighter aircraft desners in the United Kingdom and Italy. The F-35B is capable of short take-offs and ignated for the U.S. Marine Corps, the United vertical landings to enable air power projection from amphibious ships, ski-jump Kingdom and Italy. aircraft carriers and expeditionary airfields. The F-35B is undergoing test and The milestone marks the start of validating evaluation at NAS Patuxent River, Md., and Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., bethe F-35's capability to employ precision fore delivery to the fleet. weapons and allow pilots to engage the enemy

on the ground and in the air. "[Using an internal weapons bay] speaks to how much capability the JSF is going to bring to the troops," said Dan Levin, Lockheed Martin test pilot for the mission. "Stealth, fifthgeneration avionics and precision weapons ... coupled with the flexible mission capability of the short take-off and vertical landing F-35B is going to be huge for our warfighters." An aerial weapons separation test checks for proper release of the weapon from its carriage system and trajectory away from the aircraft. It is the culmination of a significant number of prerequisite tests, including ground fit checks, ground pit drops and aerial captive carriage and environment flights to ensure the system is working properly before expanding the test envelope in the air. Aircraft and land-based test monitoring systems collected data from the successful separation, which is in review at the F-35 integrated test force at Naval Air Station Patuxent River. The F-35B is the variant of the Joint Strike Fighter designed for use by U.S. Marine Corps, as well as F-35 international partners in the United Kingdom and Italy. The F-35B is capable of short take-offs and vertical landings to enable air power projection from amphibious ships, ski-jump aircraft carriers and expeditionary airfields. The F-35B is undergoing test and evaluation at NAS Patuxent River, Md., and Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., prior to delivery to the fleet.

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