The Coastline Volume 23, Issue 3
January 24, 2013
U.S. Naval Activities, Spain
Hospital Hosts Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration
By MC2 (SW/AW) Travis Alston NAVSTA Rota Public Affairs
U.S. Naval Hospital Rota, Spain’s Diversity Team sponsored a remembrance ceremony to celebrate the accomplishments and sacrifices of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Friday aboard Naval Station Rota, Spain. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a federal holiday held on the third Monday of January every year. It celebrates the life and achievements of Dr. King, an influential American civil rights leader. He is most well-known for his campaigns to end racial segregation on public transportation and for racial equality in the United States. Pastor of Higher Praise Christian Fellowship Rota Reverend Ronald Brown served as the ceremony’s guest speaker. “It was an honor for me to be a part of an event honoring the great Dr. Mar-
Guest speaker Reverend Ronald Brown spoke of King's legacy during U.S. Naval Hospital Rota's remembrance ceremony.
tin Luther King, Jr.,” said Brown. “We have to remember his fight for freedom, equality and dignity for all races and most importantly not to view this day as a day off but more as an opportunity to get out and help someone in the community.” During the ceremony Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Eric King and Cmdr. David Lesser presented attendees with original poems honoring Dr. King. I AM HOPE By Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Eric King "Remember me when you want to give up. When fear overwhelms you, I am near. While trials may seem exceedingly draining; By your side, we can change the outcome of any test; Because in excruciating pain, I can be your final glimmer of strength. You only have to believe with me, as much as you possibly can. I encourage people to turn small things into great things, And thus success potentially becomes immeasurable, If you are sent into battle, I am the spirit that carries you, pushing you forward through insurmountable danger and uplifting you within the confines of your darkest despair. But is it not blind and worse, or naive to keep amongst your dreams? Is the magic of a shooting star only a false legend to comfort the weak? Perhaps your prayers aren't always answered, but regardless I heal absolutely. When you confess your love thrillingly, Your affection is guided into harmony, as you remain assured that I can provide the same in return. While wanting or needing with every ounce of desperation, if somehow you may ever falter One thing is still for certain. Hope is the foundation that keeps you forever undefeated. I am Hope.
Diversity committee members Chief Hospital Corpsman Donald Allen (left), Lt. Tsion Williams, Lt. Sasha Smith and U.S. Naval Hospital Rota Executive Officer Capt. Betsy Myhre cut the cake during the Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Travis Alston)
If you have to face any adversity, you never have to do it alone." Birmingham 1963 By Cmdr. David Lesser "This bridge above the placid Selma River flows 50 years since marcher met baton and fire hose Over a small stream of hope deepening to a flood On a bloody Sunday they bled for our greater good The Reverend who led them would pay the ultimate price Who recalls four young girls, and their sacrifice? Or the line of brave souls called the Arkansas nine? One of many brave souls of that distant time. One man led many who fought the good fight against Jim Crow and a practice of "colored and white" Too soon we forget what that struggle should mean So remember his vision, believe in his dream Remember that vision - believe in his dream." “I want to thank the diversity team for
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putting together such a great program,” said Brown. “As I look around, I can see how far we have come as a nation, though far from where Dr. King wanted us to be. This shows us the tremendous strides we have made.” U.S. Naval Hospital Rota, Spain’s Command Equal Opportunity Officer Lt. Sasha Smith added that events like this are extremely beneficial for both the command and the community. “Putting our traits and skills together helps us to better accomplish our Navy mission,” said Smith. “It’s vital that we learn about leaders such as Dr. King. What he fought for then, is what we fight for today: equality of all mankind.” The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is a day of honor and commemorative events are held throughout the United States of America to pay tribute to a man who paid the ultimate price for promoting civil rights. In 1994, to further commemorate a man who lived his life in service to others, Congress transformed the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday into a national day of community service.
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Working Together No Matter the Uniform Color Hola Team Rota, Recently I returned from one of the most amazing training opportunities of my Naval career. The class was called Keystone, and it is geared toward senior enlisted leaders from all services, including the Coast Guard and the National Guard and focuses on leading in the joint environment. This trip got me thinking about how we operate in a joint environment every day aboard Naval Station Rota. Let me tell you a little about the trip. We started off with three days of briefings, highlighted by a talk with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey and his Senior Enlisted Advisor Sgt. Maj. Brian Battaglia. Their message to us was to be prepared to find ways to meet mission accomplishment under a tight budget, tighter than any of us in uniform today have likely seen. As the chairman put it, we need to learn to transition from a gold-plated force CMDCM (SW/SS/AW) David Twiford to a steel-plated force. After our time in D.C., we spent three days in Suffolk, Va. attending what is called the Joint Operations Module. This gave us great perspective on how Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Guardsmen are working together every day to fight everything from Taliban in Afghanistan to drug runners in the Caribbean as well as tackling natural disasters like the recent super storm Sandy in New York and New Jersey. We then moved on to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba for a look at the detention facilities we maintain for suspected terrorists captured throughout the past 12 years of war. This, to me, was the most eye-opening experience of the trip. It really brought home why we have been fighting this war on terror for so long and will continue to fight it until the job is done. As I walked the cells, all I could think about were the victims of 9/11 - pretty powerful experience. We then left Cuba and headed for Joint Interagency Task Force South in Key West, Fla. This is a multi-service and multi-
agency group tasked with tracking and intercepting illegal drugs heading to the United States and Europe as well. After Key West, we stopped in Tampa for an update from U.S. Central Command and U.S. Special Operations Command about their operations. As you can imagine they impressed the entire group with what they bring to the fight around the world. We left Tampa and headed to El Paso, Texas for a tour of the border with Joint Task Force North and the U.S. Border Patrol. I was amazed to learn how much the National Guard and Coast Guard are doing to keep our borders safe and what they do in the war on drugs. We had another stop in Omaha, Neb. for a tour of U.S. Strategic Command and learned what they are doing to protect our great country by way of nuclear deterrence and use of cyber warfare to combat a new enemy that wants to exploit our weaknesses not on the battlefield but online. Our last trip was to U.S. Transportation Command where Naval Station Rota was a huge part of what they are all about. I was proud that during their brief they acknowledged how the Army, Navy and Air Force were working together to bring equipment in and out of multiple theaters and that Rota is routinely the center of it all. All great briefs and great info for me, but it really just reinforced to me what each of us lives every day. We work together well no matter what color uniform we wear to make our mission here in Rota a success. Where else will you find a U.S. Navy master-at-arms working hand in hand with Spanish Policia Naval to keep their base safe; or an Air Force squadron loading Army helicopters on a Navy airfield; or an Army veterinarian caring for a Marine family’s pet while he prepares to go in harm’s way; or GS civilians and Spanish local nationals providing support at the NEX and housing for the EOD Sailor’s family left behind during a deployment? Only in Rota! I could go on with examples like those forever. While I enjoyed the class, I was just happy that the other senior enlisted leaders got to see big joint commands doing what I get to see at home on the world’s best base every day. HOOYAH! CMC
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Obama Takes Oath of Office Recognizing Military Contributions By Donna Miles American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama took the ceremonial oath of office for his second term as the 44th U.S. president and commander in chief on the steps of the U.S. Capitol Monday, honor-
ing the men and women in uniform who have preserved America’s freedoms throughout its history More than 5,000 military members some participating in the Inaugural Parade, others playing musical accompaniment, firing artillery rounds into the sky
President Barack Obama takes the oath of office from Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., right, in a public ceremony at the U.S. Capitol before thousands of people in Washington, D.C., Monday. Roberts administered the oath in an official ceremony at the White House, Sunday. White House photo by Sonya N. Hebert.
or providing behind-the-scenes support - were among more than a half million people who gathered on the National Mall to watch Obama and Vice President Joe Biden enter their second term. Recognizing the drawdown of forces in Afghanistan and the ramping down of more than a decade of conflict, Obama offered high praise during his inaugural address for U.S. service members, their contributions and sacrifices. “Our brave men and women in uniform, tempered by the flames of battle, are unmatched in skill and courage,” he said. “Our citizens, seared by the memory of those we have lost, know too well the price that is paid for liberty. The knowledge of their sacrifice will keep us forever vigilant against those who would do us harm.” Obama expressed hope for a more peaceful future, noting that Americans understand that “enduring security and lasting peace do not require perpetual war.” Americans are “heirs to those who won the peace and not just the war, who turned sworn enemies into the surest of friends,” the president said. “And we must carry those lessons into this time as well.” The president affirmed the nation’s resolve to defend its people and uphold its values through both the “strength of arms and rule of law” - and with an arm extended to its friends as well as
adversaries to help lay conditions for long-term peace. “We will show the courage to try and resolve our differences with other nations peacefully - not because we are naive about the dangers we face, but because engagement can more durably lift suspicion and fear,” he said. Meanwhile, “America will remain the anchor of strong alliances in every corner of the globe,” he said. “We will renew those institutions that extend our capacity to manage crisis abroad, for no one has a greater stake in a peaceful world than its most powerful nation. The United States will support democracy around the world, “because our interests and our conscience compel us to act on behalf of those who long for freedom,” Obama said. “And we must be a source of hope to the poor, the sick, the marginalized, the victims of prejudice - not out of mere charity, but because peace in our time requires the constant advance of those principles that our common creed describes: tolerance and opportunity; human dignity and justice.” Obama urged the nation to put partisanship aside and come together to support their universal ideals. “With common effort and common purpose, with passion and dedication, let us answer the call of history, and carry into an uncertain future that precious light of freedom,” he said.
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Rota VITA Program Provides Tax Service for 2012 Filing Season
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The Region Legal Service Office aboard Naval Station Rota is scheduled to began its 2013 Vita Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, tax return services (for tax year 2012), Feb. 4. The VITA program is a free program for active duty and reserve service members, DoD civilians and military retirees of the U.S. armed services and serves as a means to file federal income taxes. Lieutenant Ross Barone is the site manager and will be assisted by Chief Aviation Boastwain’s Mate Handling Alberto Alicea-Bonilla. Each VITA volunteer has received training and has passed basic tax filing certification tests given by the Internal Revenue Service. For eligible customers, a volunteer will assist in preparing federal and state income tax returns. The tax filing deadline is April 15. If in a designated combat zone, members will receive an automatic extension of at least 180 days after departure from that combat zone. The VITA tax center will be in building 41, across from the Autoport, rooms 124, 125, 127 and 128. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 727-2830 or 727-2539 (commercial: 956-82-2539) for an appointment. There are two new services offered this season - self-service and full-service assistance: - In accordance with Naval Administrative (NAVADMIN) message 381/12, fullservice tax filing assistance is only available for E-6 and below and their dependents, and for retirees if your filing status satisfies the pre-screening questionnaire. - All other service members E-7 and above, DoD civilians and retirees will use the facilitated self-assistance tax preparation. Free tax filing software will be available at the VITA site with limited aid from our VITA volunteers.
Required to Bring W - 2s. 1098 (mortgage interest). 1000 - DIV (dividend income 1099 - INT (interest income statement). statement). 1099 - R (retirement plan distri- 1099 - MISC (miscellaneous bution). income). A copy of last year's tax return if Identification cards. you have a rental property. The total amount paid to day Social Security card(s) or Indicare and day care provider's vidual Taxpayer Identification business Employer Identification Number (ITIN) for the member Number. and all persons on the tax return. It is important to remember that if you intend to file as “Married Filing Jointly,” both spouses must be present during the appointment to sign the required forms. Also new this season are pre-screen questions. One of the volunteers will ask a series of questions over the telephone to determine customer eligibility for full-service before scheduling an appointment. The pre-screen is to ensure the caller is permitted to receive VITA services, and to properly schedule them.
Disqualification Factors Owning more than one rental If you received trust income for property. partnership income. A non-citizen who does not have If you own a business, are selfa ITIN. employed or own a home business. If you have a foreign income tax If you have any forclosures or credit. bankruptcy. Married filing separately in the following states: Ariz., Calif., Idaho, La., Nev., N.M., Texas, Wash. or Wis. Commonly used publications, available at http://www.irs.gov: - Pub 3: Armed Forces Tax Guide. - Pub 17: Tax Guide. - Pub 54: Tax Guide for U.S. Citizens and Resident Aliens Abroad. - Pub 519: U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens. - Pub 512: Moving Expenses. - Pub 525: Taxable and Nontaxable Income. - Pub 527: Residential Rental Property (Including rental of vacation homes). - Pub 596: Earned Income Credit. - Pub 970: Tax Benefits for Education. - Pub 972: Child Tax Credit.
Weekly Health Tip Health Promotions Department U.S. Naval Hospital Rota, Spain
The New Year typically rings in with new diet and exercise goals. At first, motivation to get to the gym, buy fruits and veggetables and lead a healthier lifestyle is not hard to find. But, what happens after that initial burst of excitement wanes? Within a few weeks, we end up back to our old routines of family and work. In order to maintain the motivation to live healthier, figure out what is driving your motivation to make changes. Follow these simple steps to keep yourself motivated: 1) Write down your reasons for starting a new program or maintaining a current program. 2) Set SMART goals to take you to the next level. 3) Track your results by keeping a food and exercise log to help you see your progress over time. 4) If weight loss is the goal, weigh yourself once a week and graph it. To maintain motivation to exercise and stay physically active: 1) Find an activity that you enjoy. 2) Find a buddy! Having a partner to work out with holds you accountable. 3) Hang that list of reasons somewhere you see it every day. 4) Create a list of positive benefits to being physically active. 5) Set rewards for meeting a SMART goal. 6) Sign up for an event (5K walk/run). Stay motivated and be healthy for life.
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Field of Remembrance By Morgan Over
NAVSTA Rota Public Affairs
Poppies mark the U.S. plot at the Field of Remembrance. Photo courtesy of Rob White.
Each November a group of military veterans, organizations and families come together to remember service members who perished in both world wars. One Rota resident and U.S. Navy retiree tends to a plot of poppies to honor U.S. service members killed or missing in action. Vietnam veteran Rob White along with U.K. resident Maurice Jones travel to the U.K. to help care for the U.S. space as part of the annual Field of Remembrance. The event, organized by the Royal British Legion Poppy Factory, brings people together from around the world to pay their respects to service members. Situated in front of Westminster Abbey, the Field of Remembrance brings together family members who have lost loved ones in the war as well as the royal family. “I have met the Queen Mother, Prince Charles, Harry, Edward, Duke of Edinburgh and their staff,” said White. “I also have a chance to chat again with military from New Zealand, Australia and Fiji; places I had military contacts with while stationed there.” What makes the event internationally recognized are the hundreds of red handmade poppies. According to the Royal British Legion Poppy Factory website, Maj. George Howson founded the Disabled Society to help disabled service members by providing employment. Howson later suggested that the “Society should make poppies, and the artificial flowers were designed so that someone who had lost the use of a hand could assemble them.” The poppies are affixed to crosses purchased by different organizations. The U.S. plot is financed and maintained by White and Jones. The Field of Remembrance started after World War I to acknowledge the support of the U.K. in its time of crisis.
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The parking lot in front of the Navy Exchange (NEX) and Commissary will be repaved and striped beginning Monday. Review the map below to identify what sections will be closed and when. - Phase A: Jan. 28 - 29, Feb. 12 - Phase C: Feb. 4 - 5, Feb. 13 - Phase B: Jan. 30 - 31, Feb. 11 - Phase D: Feb. 6 - 7, Feb. 14
Geo Bell Spells Success
All the 4th - 6th grade classroom winners take their seats and await the start of the Geo Bee. Photo by Marcela Munoz.
Students in grades 4 - 6 participated in this year's Geo Bee. Each class in grades 4 - 6 held mini Geo Bees in their classrooms in December. The top two winners in their individual classes moved on to the school wide finals. All finalists had time to study geography facts prior to the Geo Bee finals held Jan. 10. The competition took more than an hour for a school-wide winner to be selected. That honor went to fifth-grader Xavier Williams. Williams will now compete against other DoDEA school winners in Germany. Coming in second was Niccijush Rodriquez and third was Jayson Thomas.
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Utility and Move-in Housing Allowance Survey The Spain utility and MIHA survey is currently underway at https://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/site/novutilmiha.cfm. Surveys must be completed by Friday. This survey has direct impact on overseas entitlements. The survey is used to measure utility/recurring maintenance and move-in expenses incurred by service members stationed overseas, who reside in off-base housing. Data collected will assist in the determination of Overseas Housing Allowances (OHA) paid to members. To ensure that the survey results are valid, please report all utility and move-in expenses.
2013 Carnival Cadiz Carnival Feb. 7 - 17
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Controlling the Workplace Climate is in Your Hands Last Saturday morning at 5:15 a.m. I jolted awake in momentary shock as the persianas in my bedroom shuddered from the violent wind blowing outside. I remembered the weather alert from the afternoon before, but my hopes of getting caught up on some muchneeded rest were shattered - my day had begun whether I wanted it to or not. However, as I lay in bed trying my very hardest to relax and get back to sleep, I began to think about some of the wild storms I had been through in life. One of the first that came to mind was the week I spent 100 miles off the coast of Maine as a nor’easter bore down on us. It Chaplain Robert Johnson was like riding a roller coaster that never stopped and everyone except the Skipper was seasick (at least that is the front he put on). However, through it all the crew rescued a sinking fishing vessel and interdicted a drug
ship coming from Africa. They continued to carry out their duties even though they weren’t 100 percent. I was really impressed by their perseverance in the face of adversity. They worked well as a team in the midst of the storm because they had created a good command climate prior to the storm. In fact, it was exciting to be a part of something so meaningful despite the awful feeling in my stomach. While we can’t control the weather outside, together we can manage our command climate (or climate within our homes, schools, etc.). This goes for everyone from the Commanding Officer on down to the most junior service member in the command. Each of us has an important part in fostering a workplace that is full of support and camaraderie. Obviously, establishing and maintaining a good command climate is important in helping us accomplish our assigned mission. Why? Well, when people are having fun and working well with one anoth-
er, even difficult tasks can be made easy. Yet, when the climate is bad, even routine things can be hard to do (like trying to get your hands to tie your boots when you’ve been out in the cold for a long time). So, how is the environment in your work center, really? What can you do to positively change the forces at work there? I suggest taking a look at the 11 Principles of Navy Leadership, beginning with these four: 1. Know yourself and seek self-improvement. 2. Know your subordinates and look out for their welfare. 3. Set the example. 4. Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions. We can’t control outside events, but we can control how we respond to them as a team, and it all starts with each of us doing what we can to foster a good command climate. If you would like to speak to me or another chaplain regarding this or another issue, please
New Chapel Offering: Brindo Mi Vida Brindo Mi Vida (I Offer My Life) is a casual, experiential Christian worship gathering, centered around fellowship and communion. Eat dessert, drink coffee and explore with us a deeply spiritual, yet very practical relationship with God. Every Sunday, 6 p.m. at the Chapel's inner courtyard.
Bible Study Offerings at the Chapel Mark Bible study meets Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Journaling study meets Thursdays, 6 p.m.
Women, Infants and Children Overseas is a nutrition, education and supplemental food program for qualified members of the uniformed services, civilian employees, DoD contractors living overseas and their family members. Participants include pregnant, postpartum and breast-feeding women, infants and children up to age 5. WIC benefits include one-on-one nutrition counseling, nutrition and health screenings, breast-feeding education, breast pump loan program, infant and child feeding tips and drafts redeemable for nutritious foods. Call 727-2921 for more information.
Preschool Services for Children with Disabilities
Child Find for children 3 - 5 years of age is an ongoing outreach program that locates and identifies children who may have developmental delays or educational disabilities and need special services. If you have concerns regarding your child's development, please contact Linda Hill at 727-4185 or 727-4435.
The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) offers an interest-free loan program for up to $3,000 per year for undergraduate or graduate tuition. This is an overseas only program, so take advantage while you’re here. Call NMCRS at 727-1614.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
AA meetings are scheduled for every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the base Chapel. Call the DAPA at 727-2876 for more information.
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goals. While in Rota, with Embry-Riddle Worldwide, you can get your education in the way that works best for you: In the traditional classroom, available at more than 150 locations throughout the world; Online, from anywhere across the globe; EagleVision Classroom-web video conferencing between classrooms; EagleVision Home Web video conferencing from the convenience of your home; and Blended, which allows you to combine learning modes to suit your lifestyle. Visit our website at http://worldwide.erau.edu or contact your local office at rota@ erau.edu to learn about available programs and courses. Call ERAU at 727-2984.
Central Texas College (CTC)
CTC is running face-to-face classes for criminal justice, early childhood professions and fire protection technology. They also offer classes online, as well as a Microsoft Certification Program, both of which start once a month. CTC is also looking for a Fire Protection instructor for their Applied Science degree. Call CTC for more information on this position and for more details about classes at 727-2574.
Helping Skills in Human Relations
University of Oklahoma now offers individuals with a bachelor's degree or OU graduate students certificates in Helping Skills in Human Relations and Human Resource Diversity and Development. All certificate course work can be applied to a Master of Human Relations. For more information call OU at 727-2799.
OU Offers Master of Human Relations Program
University of Oklahoma’s Rota site offers a Master of Human Relations. Ten classes are taught in six-day increments with six semester hours of internship completing the required 36 hours for the program. For more information call OU at 727-2799.
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Third Quarter Begins
The third quarter begins Monday.
Fleet & Family Support Center
Call 727-3232 to pre-register for all FFSC functions.
Thursday, 9 - 10 a.m. I owe, I owe, it’s off to work I go. Wondering if you’re using credit appropriately? Find out what determines the cost of credit. Discover your own debt ratio and the warning signs of too much credit. Sign up at 727- 3232.
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Activities Flamenco Dress Fashion Show, Feb. 7 - 10, Gonzalez Byass Bodega, Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz Sevilla, Bullring guided tours, daily, 9:30 a.m. - 8 p.m., tickets €6.50, call 954-22-4577, http://www.realmaestranza.com
“Surmas: El Tiempo Detenido,” photo display by Alicia Nuñez, through Feb. 22, Centro Unicaja de Cultura de Cadiz, Cadiz “Mapuche: Semillas de Chile,” sculpture display, original parts from Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino, through March 23, Casa de Iberoamerica, Cadiz
Sevilla, Reales Alcázar (Moorish Fortress) guided tours, daily, 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., tickets €8.50
“El Tiempo que nos ha tocado vivir,” painting display by Oswaldo Guayasamin, through March 30, Castillo de Santa Catalina, Cadiz
Sevilla, Cathedral and Giralda guided tours, Monday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Sunday, 2:30 - 6:30 p.m., tickets €8
Ruta de los Sentidos, a guided tour in El Puerto de Santa Maria, Saturdays, 10:15 a.m. Juega con los Sentidos, a guided tour in El Puerto, Saturdays, 6 p.m., call 956-85-3960 Ruta por El Puerto y Bodegas Osborne, guided tour, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m., €10 for adult tickets, €5 for children, call 697-34-5807 Como Bailan los Caballos Andaluces (How Andalusian Horses Dance), Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon, Recreo de las Cadenas, Avda. Duque de Abrantes, Jerez, tickets €19 - 25, call 956-31-8008 or visit http://www.realescuela.org River Journey “Sanlucar-Guadalquivir River-Doñana Park,” Real Fernando Ship, Fabrica de Hielo, Bajo de Guia, daily, 10 a.m., adult tickets €16.50, children €8.20. Call 956-36-3813 or visit http://www.visitasdonana.com Castillo de Luna, Rota, weekend guided tours at 1 and 5 p.m., request tickets in advance at the tourism office, Calle Cuna, 2
Oyster and Sea Urchin Tasting, Sunday, 1 p.m, Plaza de Las Canteras, Rota “Ostiona Popular” (free testing of oysters), Feb. 13, 1 p.m., Plaza de San Antonio, Cadiz “Eriza Popular” (free testing of sea urchins), Feb. 13, 1 p.m., Barrio de la Viña, Cadiz Gonzalez Byass Bodega - Jerez de la Frontera, Monday Saturday at noon, 1, 2, 5 and 6 p.m., tickets €12 Sandeman Bodega - Jerez de la Frontera, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 11:30 a.m., 12:30, 1:30 p.m.
Flamenco recital by Jose Carlos Gomez, Feb. 27, 9 p.m., Sala Central Lechera, Cadiz, tickets €12 Flamenco show, Sanlucar de Barrameda, Fridays, 10:30 and 11:30 p.m., Bodegon de Arte “A Contratiempo,” Calle San Miguel 5, tickets €12, call 653-07-1099 Flamenco show, Jerez, Fridays and Saturdays, 10 p.m., El Lagar del Tio Parrilla, Plaza del Mercado, Jerez, 956-33-8334
Music Merche in concert, Friday, 11:30 p.m., Sala Bereber, Calle Cabezas, Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz, €18 Rock concert by Baron Rojo, Feb. 9, 9 p.m., Sala Baluarte de la Candelaria, Paseo Genoves, Cadiz, tickets €20 - 25 Concert by Mozarteum de Salzburgo Orchestra, Feb. 28, 9 p.m., Teatro Moderno, Chiclana de la Frontera, Cadiz, tickets €15
Sports Hipodromo de Dos Hermanas, Sevilla, winter season, visit http://www.hipodromosdeandalucia.com Sevilla Half Marathon, Feb. 24 Cadiz half marathon, Mar. 10
“Cuatro Lunas,” flamenco show by Rafael Amargo, Arturo Pareja Obregon, Diego Amador and Macarena Giraldez, Feb. 8, 9 p.m., Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones, La Linea de la Concepcion, Cadiz, tickets €12 - 20
Jerez - San Anton - Animal blessing, Sunday, Fairgrounds, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
"Vidas Minadas,” photo display by Gervasio Sanchez, through Jan. 31, Centro de Congresos “Cortes de la Real Isla de Leon,” Calle Real, San Fernando, Cadiz
Festival Flamenco de Jerez, Feb. 22 - Mar. 9, Teatro Villamarta, Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz. http://festivaldejerez.es
Rota - San Anton - Animal blessing, Sunday, Equestrian Center (fairgrounds), 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
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EYE ON THE FLEET
EYE ON THE FLEET
KEY WEST, Fla. - Lt. James Johncock, executive officer of Underwater Construction Team (UCT) 1, uses an underwater welding torch while Builder 1st Class Christopher E t t e r, a l s o f r o m U C T- 1 , s u p e r v i s e s the dive training operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Shane Tuck)
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Navy Band marches on Pennsylvania Ave. during military support for the 57th Presidential Inauguration. More than 2,100 service members from each of the five branches are marched in the Inaugural Parade, with approximately 5,000 supporting the inauguration. (U.S. Navy photo by EJ Hersom)
SAILOR IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Sailor in the Spotlight MA2 Ian Graves
By MC2 (SW/AW) Travis Alston NAVSTA Rota Public Affairs
A native of Flower Mound, Texas, Master-atArms 2nd Class Ian Graves joined the Navy in 2008. After completing basic training in Great Lakes, Ill., he attended Master-at-Arms "A" school at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. Once “A” school was complete, Graves reported to his first duty station, USS New York (LPD 21). He reported to Naval Station Rota, Spain’s Security Department in October 2011. His primary duties are security patrolman and security armorer. Graves said his biggest accomplishments thus far were being selected as NAVSTA Rota’s 2012 Junior Sailor of the Year and being promoted to petty officer 2nd class. “God never said life would be easy, He just said it would be worth it.”
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Assertion Training Workshop
Thursday, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Responsible assertion means being able to express your feelings, make free choices and meet more of your personal needs without experiencing undue guilt or anxiety and without violating the rights and dignity of others. Take your first step into assertion! Call 727-3232 to sign up.
Friday, 9 - 11 a.m. Do you have a current job announcement and need your résumé reviewed? If so drop off or email your résumé with the job announcement at least 24 hours prior to the review appointment. Individual half-hour sessions are available, so sign up now and review your résumé with one of our specialists. Call 727-3232 for more details.
Lunch and Learn Seminar: Carnival
Friday, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. One of the largest and spectacular “Carnivals” in Spain takes place at Cadiz. Carnival is a festival season that occurs immediately before Lent. It has become the liveliest and most dazzling carnival town in mainland Spain. Famous for its comical, hilarious and original characters, as well as humorous and satirical song groups known as Chirigotas, Comparsas, Quartets and much more. You will probably first notice the elaborate costumes which are equally festive and cheerful, comparable with those of any great festival of this nature. Attend this Lunch and Learn to know everything about it. Call 727-3232 to register.
Eight Anger Control Tools
Jan. 31, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. It seems that anger is everywhere in our society, controlling one’s angry feelings is a major challenge for many adults. Uncontrolled anger is a major factor in aggressive driving violations, workplace rudeness and many disruptions. Recent research also shows that anger is very bad for health and general well-being. Angry people apparently have shorter life spans and are ill more often than other people. Call 727-3232 to sign up for this life-changing workshop.
Flu Shots Available
The flu vaccine is available for all beneficiaries at U.S. Naval Hospital Rota. Please contact the immunization clinic at 727-3464 with any questions. Immunization Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - noon, 1 - 4:30 p.m.
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To place a classified ad submit information in 25 words or less by the Thursday at 4 p.m. prior to desired publication date. Classifieds will run for one edition only. Free ads are available to TEI cardholders for non-commercial goods. Email submission to firstname.lastname@example.org. Non-TEI cardholders and/or ads of a commercial nature (pets for sale, real estate, for-profit business) require payment and must be submitted to Karen Lucas at Karen@coastline.e.telefonica.net or fax to 956-54-2997.
1999 VOLKSWAGEN GOLF: 4 door, European spec., 182K kilometers, front wheel drive, 5-speed manual transmission, ITV good through November, $1,600. Runs great, reliable, in good condition with minor dents. Call Jarrell at 669-19-2918. 2003 CITROEN C3: 1.4L, automatic transmission, low mileage, asking $5,900 OBO. Call Tom at 681-16-2608. 1 9 9 6 S E AT T O L E D O : A s k i n g €1,400. Call Tom at 681-16-2608. 2008 CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE: V6, 3.2L, 5-speed automatic, 41K miles, excellent condition, loaded, dealer maintained, $17,500, negotiable. Call 668-572526 or email email@example.com. 2001 FORD MONDEO: Very well maintained, gasoline engine, 156K kilometers (97K miles), €4,250, available mid-February. Call 666-08-1896 to see now. 2001 HONDA ACCORD: 2 door, European spec., automatic, V6, gasoline, ITV good through June, 155K kilometers, $4,500 OBO. Available at the end of February. Call 659-88-3970. 1998 NISSAN MAXIMA: New clutch, front tires and battery. Runs great, clean and very reliable. ITV good through August, €2K OBO. Call 659-46-0519. 2001OPELVESTRA: 1.6lgas,A/C,65Kmiles,blue metallic, €1,690, Rota beater. Call 653-78-0296. 2001 SUZUKI INTRUDER: 250 cc, 25K kilometers, ITV good through May 2014, $1,300 OBO. Call 690-39-9844. 2002 MAZDA 323 1.6: 1.6 cc, 100 cv., 180K kilometers, manual transmission, 5 doors, excellent condition, €3,600 (transfer cost included). Visit http:// www.siles4x4.com or call 605-85-9061. 2001 ISUZU TROOPER 3.0 TD: 2.0 cc, 159 cv., manual transmission, excellent condition, ITV good through December 2014, €4,500 (transfer cost included). Visit http:// www.siles4x4.com or call 605-85-9061. 2002 SUBARU FORESTER: 2.0 SLX, 125 cv., gasoline, manual transmission, 171K kilometers, €2,500 (transfer cost included). Visit http://www.siles4x4.com or call 605-85-9061. 2000VOLVOV-40: 2.0automaticstationwagon, excellent shape, €2,200. Call Ray at 653-78-0296. 2003 CHEVROLET LANOS: Great shape, 70K kilometers, €2,750. Call 653-78-0296. 2006TOYOTA COROLLAVERSO: Automatic, 7 seats,55Kkilometers€8,500. Call608-30-9085. 2004 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER KDJ120 VX: 3.0, diesel, 166 cv., automatic, 5 doors,152K kilometers, €15,800 (transfer cost included). Visit http://www.siles4x4.com or call 605-85-9061. 1999 MERCEDES E300TD: 177 cv., diesel, automatic,5doors€5K(transfercostincluded).Visit http://www.siles4x4.com or call 605-85-9061. 2001 SUBARU LEGAC Y STATION WAGON 4WD: 2.5i, 156 cv., gasoline, manual transmission, 166K kilometers, €3K (transfer cost included). Visit http:// www.siles4x4.com or call 605-85-9061.
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GUITAR FOR SALE: 2005 model Ibanez 350ex RG series guitar, gently used. It offers a FR-Tremolo, 5-way switch and passive electronics. RoadRunner hard case included, €300, $400 OBO. Call Jonathon Singler at 671-49-5723. LENOVO Y560 i7 COMPUTER: 720QM quad, 8 gigabyte, DDR3, 500 gigabyte hard drive, 1 gigabyte, like new. Unit will be factory reset and will come with Norton 360, Microsoft Office 2010 and Adobe 9 Pro, more than 350 days remaining on subscription. Comes with computer mouse, 2 power adaptors and system CDs included. $500 OBO. Call 627-23-3805 after 5:30 p.m. SIEMENS C-60 VODAFONE: Perfect cosmetic and working condition with box and all accessories. Phone can be used with a prepaid phone card from Vodafone or contract. Call 627-23-3805 after 5:30 p.m. ALCATEL OT-808 PHONE: Vodafone, brand new in box with all accessories, phone can be used with a prepaid phone card from vodafone or contract. Great for child, backup phone or visiting guests $50 or €40. Call 627-23-3805 after 5:30 p.m. WINE REFRIGERATOR: Magic Chef Dual Zone Wine and Beverage Cooler, like new condition, 110 volts or can be used with transformer. Paid $600, will sell for $450 OBO. Call 627-233-805 after 5:30 p.m. SKB ROTO GIG RIG MIXER RACK: 10 rack space on top and 10 rack space on front, complete with casters and breaks, perfect for musician or DJ. Sells for $555 plus shipping, will sell for $400. Call 627-233-805 after 5:30 p.m. NIKON D5000 CAMERA OUTFIT: Complete with Body, Nikon 18-135 VR and 70-300 4.5-5.6 ED-IF AF-S VR, Nikon SB600 AF Speed Light, Tiffen 67 MM Digital Ultra Clear Filter, Tiffen 67MM Digital Enhancing Filter Kit, Kinetronics S.W Camera Cleaning Kit and Nikon Remote. Extended Warranty valid until April 15, 2015. Paid $1,800, will sell for $1,400 OBO. Call 627-23-3805 after 5:30 p.m. GUITAR AMP: Fender stage 1600 guitar amp 160 watt (100 watt into one speaker), two 12 inch celestion speakers, two channels, multiple reverb types with level control, nickel-plated hardware, handcrafted DSP effect with time and rate controls, seven new timbre filters, channel memory, built-in tuner, like new condition, $650 OBO. Call 627-23-3805 after 5:30 p.m. HANDHELD WIRELESS CONDENSER MICROPHONE SYSTEM: Shure SLX24/ BETA87A, brand new in box, professional stage microphone, paid $729, will sell for $650 OBO. Call 627-23-3805 after 5:30 pm. HEADBOARDS: Hand crafted artistic wrought iron headboards for single beds, $50 for both. Call 607-56-4132 for photos. QUEEN SIZED BED: 160 cm bed and white wood frame from IKEA. Nice Sultan Favang mattress, only used for 3 months. Paid $400, asking $150. Email threetheod@yahoo. com for pictures or call 608-21-1421. VIDEO CAMERA: JVC, GR-S55, $ 8 0 O B O. Ca l l 6 5 5 - 8 2 - 4 5 5 4 o r 856-02-5014. Pictures available.
RICE COOKER: Large Zojirushi rice cooker/ warmer, NFR 1803, 110 volt, $35. Call 65582-4554 or 856-02-5014. Pictures available. DEEP FRYER: FIF deep fryer model 41941, 220 volt, 2K watts, $35. Call 655-824554 or 856-02-5014. Pictures available. STORAGE BENCH: Blue and white tiles, $100. Call 655-82-4554 or 856-02-5014. Pictures available. BEDROOM SET: California king bed, solid cherrywood headboard, four large storage drawers, $595 OBO. Call 655-824554 or 856-02-5014. Pictures available. DRESSERS: Two dark brown dressers, $70 each or 2 for $130. Call 655-824554 or 856-02-5014. Pictures available. KIMONO: Colorful Japanese wedding k i m o n o. C a l l 6 5 5 - 8 2 - 4 5 5 4 o r 856-02-5014. Pictures available.
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS: Sea views, pools and yards, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 bdrm. in Rota, Costa Ballena, Chipiona, El Puerto de Santa Maria and Sanlúcar, w/pools and yards. No rental fees to Americans. Call Antonio at 685-204466 or firstname.lastname@example.org. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: Cleaning and maintenance, key handling, access to U.K. rental bookings. Call Ray at 653-78-0296.
APARTMENT BY CHIPIONA MARINA: 2 bdrm., 2 bath, underground parking, roof top terrace, 3-minute walk to marina and beach, furn. optional, €1,200/mo negotiable. Free Internet and cable, English speaking landlords. Call 956-05-3624 or 600-89-8066.
sunroof, built-in pool, garden, huge patio and cabana w/bath, new appliances, Sky TV/AFN satellite, Internet. Pool/ garden maint. included, pets welcomed. Centrally located to Rota, Puerto, and Jerez. Email for more info, photos and price. Contact 0049-15-152-029810 or email@example.com. APARTMENT IN HISTORIC CENTER OF PUERTO: 64 m2, 1 bdrm., 1 bath, lvg./dng. rm., American-style kitchen, 35 m2 private patio, closets, security bars, A/C and heat. New, fully furn. and equipped, garage parking, €980/ mo. Call Luis Gordon at 647-72-6599. BEAUTIFUL HOUSE OUTSIDE PUERTO GATE: American-owned, 1 minute to housing gate, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, walkin closet, lvg./dng. area w/fireplace, large kitchen w/pantry, laundry area, terrace enclosed w/glass, sep. barbecue area w/water, private inside covered parking for 2 cars w/automatic gate, central heat, A/C, window screens, AFN satellite. Call Michael at 667-78-5290. FUENTEBRAVIA HOUSE OVERLOOKING BEACH: Best views, 4 bdrm., 3 bath, central heat, city gas, lvg/dng. with fireplace, large top terrace and small yard. Asking €1,200/mo., include community fees. Listed in housing. Contact Coco at 699-79-4899, English speaker.
FLAT FACING THE BEACH: 120 square metres next to the Playa de la Luz Hotel, 20 metres from the seashore, community pool, private underground parking and large private front yard, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, salon, kitchen fully furn., A/C and heat, closets, included community fees, English speaking landlords. €1,600 (negotiable). Call Marcos 686-41-3470 or firstname.lastname@example.org. DOWNTOWN APARTMENT NEX T TO BEACH: Apartment facing Hotel Duque de Najera, 3 bdrm., 2 bath,
large terrace (partly enclosed), private garage, kitchen, living room, dining room, A/C. Call Amanda 616-89-6961. NEW PENTHOUSE: 2 bdrm., 1 bath, lvg. rm. with kitchen and garage, 309 square meter terrace (all rooms and terrace ocean view, beachfront line), central A/C, heat and cold with direct private access to the promenade and “La Costilla” beach (best one in Rota). Located at Avenida de Sevilla, 51, Rota. Call 665-81-9057. BEAUTIFUL ROTA HOME: 200 square meter house, 900 square meter plot, 4 bdrm., 3 bath, in-ground pool, A/C, heating, fireplace, window screens and security doors, yard and pool maintenance included, rent €1,800/mo. Three feet from the beach, listed in housing, email email@example.com for photos. Call Sonia at 651-83-0004. FLAT NEAR ROTA GATE: 104 m2 useable, 3 bdrm. with double windows to block noise, bath with Jacuzzi, kitchen, pantry, laundry, lvg./dng. rm., terrace, A/C and heat in lvg. rm. and bedrooms, furn./unfurn. Call 601-03-5135. LUXURY APARTMENT BY THE BEACH: Beautiful, modern apartment facing the beach at La Costilla in the center of Rota. Elevator and underground garage, TV, Internet and spectacular views over the Atlantic Ocean. 2 bdrm., A/C, heat, automatic double glazed windows, insulated walls, security door and materials of the best quality have been added in the recent renovation of the house. Rent €1,500/mo. (negotiable) includes community fees, listed in housing. Visit http://beachapartment. woordpress.com or call 660-96-2124.
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APARTMENT BY VALDELAGRANA BEACH: 1 bdrm., 1 bath, 2 balconies, fully furnished, 2-minute walk to the beach, community pool, tennis court and parking. €450/ month, English speaker. Call 666-76-8455. TOWNHOUSE IN LAS REDES: 100 meters from the beach, 4 plus bdrm., full attic, room heaters, ceiling fans, A/C, large kitchen, office with pantry and appliances, solar panels, laundry rm./mudroom, shed, storage space, community yard and pool, parking in house and covered space in local mall, €1,500. Call Tina, 609-34-7402. FLAT IN PLAZA MIGUEL DEL PINO: 3 bdrm., 2 bath, lvg./dng. rm. with fireplace, laundry rm., terrace and private rooftop terrace and garage, marble floors, solid wood doors, screen, marble countertops, perfect condition. Call Aniceto at 606-99-2874 or 956-87-0413. COZY, QUAINT, POOL VILLA NEAR PUERTO: American-owned, unfurn./ furn., 4 bdrm., 2 bath, heat, A/C, electric water heat. Private, completely walled 1,200 sqaure meter plot, sunroom,
experience offers private lessons at home. Interested? Call Marlen at 630-27-0633. SEEKING EMPLOYMENT: Ver y responsible, 36-year-old Spanish woman with lots of experience seeks employment caring for children of any age and/or cleaning by the hour or monthly. Weekends or weekdays, flexible hours, available immediately and has experience working on base and references. Call Esther at 666-88-1157 or 632-22-1677. SEEKING EMPLOYMENT: Detail oriented, meticulous woman available to clean house by the hour or weekly. Call Galia at 650-297-131. SEEKING EMPLOYMENT: Homecare provider lots of experience. Worked in the states for 7 years. First aid, CPR, and courses in child abuse detection, safety, learning environment and health, exc. references with lots of children and elderly experience, has transportation, excellent spoken English. Call Inma at 617-18-3881. BROKER DEALER: U.S. Mutual Fu n d s, I R A S , 5 2 9 1 , i n s u r a n c e , IRPS. Call Ray at 653-78-0296.
E M P L O Y M E N T HRO: No jobs available. Customer ser vice hours are 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. C a l l 7 2 7 - 1 6 4 3 f o r m o r e i n f o. MWR: Program Assistant (CYP), Operations Clerk (CYP), Supervisory Recreation Specialist (Aquatics), Driver/ Cashier (Pizza Villa), Club Operations Assistant (La Plaza), Driver/Cashier (La Plaza), Recreation Aid (Bowling) Youth Director. Applications must be submitted on OF-612 form and Preference Entitlement Survey to MWR Personnel Office, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For more information call 727-2596 or 727-3263.
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