The Coastline August 22, 2013
Volume 23, Issue 32
U.S. Naval Activities, Spain
725th AMS Reaches 1,000 Days DUI Free By Tech Sgt. Jason Willis 725th AMS
The 725th Air Mobility Squadron (AMS) assigned to Naval Station Rota reached a milestone Wednesday: 1,000 days without a DUI. “With a squadron of approximately 220 personnel, including active duty and civilian members, reaching 1,000 days without a DUI requires the active participation of every member of the squadron,” said Lt Col Chris Cunniff, 725th AMS commander. “It means people are planning ahead, making good decisions when they head out and looking out for their wingman.” The real impact of this achievement is not the number 1,000 itself, but what the number signifies. It is the fact, that for more than 2 1/2 years no ones life has been lost or shattered by the actions of a drunk driver. As with all success stories the 725 AMS did not reach this goal on its own. Naval Station Rota and its organizations played a critical role as well. Organizations such as Morale, Welfare and Recreation, Fleet and Family Support Center and the Coalition of Sailors Against Destructive Decisions (CSADD) offer recreational alternatives to drinking. The Rota Chief Petty Officers Association (CPOA) is another organization that has played a significant role in combating drunk driving. “Tipsy Taxi is operated for 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for 26 years stateside and the last two years within NAVSTA Rota, Spain,” said Chief Master-at-Arms Lawrence Watson, manager of the Arrive Alive Program. “Here in Rota, Spain our fundamental philosophy for the partner-
Members of the 725th Air Mobility Squadron (AMS) stationed aboard Naval Station Rota, Spain proudly display their DUI counter showing 1,000 days DUI free, which they marked Wednesday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Eric Lacroix)
ship between CPOA and the community has been to encourage every Airman and Sailor to make correct choices. Implementation of the program is so simple that any Airmen/Sailor whose judgment is impaired by alcohol will make the right choice to take a free ride home instead of driving while impaired.“ “It’s important that our Airmen have an anonymous alternate avenue to take, such as Tipsy Taxi, besides getting behind the wheel of their car; especially when they’ve found themselves in a situation where they may not have enough money in their pocket at the moment to pay for a cab,” said the 725th Squadron First Sergeant, Master Sgt. Linda McGinnis-
Weber. “It’s an easy decision at that point, pull out the cab card for a ride home without any worries, and they can settle the debt later through the program manager.” Remaining DUI free for 1,000 days wasn’t a goal for the 725th, it’s a lifestyle. One key component for the 725th in remaining DUI free is the culture of zero tolerance for drunk driving embraced by all members of the squadron from the Airmen to the commander. This accomplishment has shown a degree of responsibility by the members of the 725 AMS and they hope it encourages and inspires a culture of responsible drinking and making good choices at the individual, unit and command levels.
There are many ways to prevent DUIs, but the members of the 725th would like to pass along the following tips that they’ve used to ensure success in preventing DUIs: - Don't drink and drive! Call a taxi, a friend, a co-worker or a supervisor. - Have a plan before you start drinking! Making choices when you’ve already been drinking usually doesn’t turn out well. - Don’t go out alone! Have a wingman and make sure the wingman’s plan is to not drink alcohol. Enjoy social events and nights out, but remember to do it safely and do it without drinking and driving.
New Pickup, Drop-off Zone for DGF 2013 - 2014 School Year By MC2 (SW/AW) Travis Alston NAVSTA Rota Public Affairs
David Glasgow Farragut schools aboard Naval Station Rota, Spain have implemented a change to the pickup and drop-off locations in preparation for the upcoming 2013-2014 school year. On both Malaga and Logrono Streets, parents will notice yellow striping along the length of the sidewalk; these lanes are now designated solely for busing. Parents should no longer drop off or pick up children along these two streets according to Transportation Operations Specialist for Rota and Seville Schools, Ephraim Wertz.
Hagel Announces New Anti-sexual Assault Initiatives
The designated parent pickup and drop-off area is in the kindergarten parking lot on Granada Street. There is blue striping along the sidewalk for parents to let children out or pick them up. “In the past we've had many of our parents drop off [their children] near the playground entrance at the bottom of Malaga, though signs are posted to discourage the practice,” said Wertz. “When parents stop there it prevents school buses from entering the bus lane and presents a hazard. We ask that parents respect the signage and only drop students off at the designated area in the kindergarten parking lot or in the dirt park-
Public Works Saves Money by Reutilizing Old Blocks
ing lot along Alicante Lane, if they prefer to be near the playground.” Though parking is discouraged in the blue lane, parents are welcome to use any available spaces in the parking lot, which is unchanged from prior school years. As an alternative, parents can park in the dirt parking lot along Alicante Lane to walk or send their children across the street. “The school has requested security support to supervise the major crosswalks around the school as they have in prior school years, so children will have
DGF School Updates for 2013 - 2014 Year
See "DROPOFF," page 8
August 22, 2013
Rota Gears Up For New School Year The Coastline As summer begins to wind down, the school faculty - teachers, administrators, volunteers - of David Glasgow Farragut (DGF) Elementary/Middle/High School are ramping up for the 2013 - 2014 school year which begins Monday. I recently attended a “back to school faculty breakfast” Tuesday and can definitely say that the faculty was energized and “charged up” for the new year. The atmosphere in the multi-purpose room was very positive, and I could see and feel the excitement as the faculty finish their preparations in Capt. Greg S. Pekari anticipation of next week. COMNAVACT Spain I want to personally welcome the new families, faculty and students who will be part of the
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DGF and Naval Station Rota Family these next several years. I also want to “welcome back” several faculty members who spent a year teaching in Afghanistan. Thank you for your service and dedication! Lastly, I want to give a warm welcome to our new Middle/High School principal, Mr. Mohan Vaswani, and his family. Principal Vaswani is arriving from Fort Campbell, Ky. and he brings 16 years of educational experience to the DGF team. Bienvenidos a la communidad de Rota! Between the leadership of Principals Wilhoit and Vaswani, our school is in good hands. I highly encourage our NAVSTA Rota community to participate and/or volunteer in the many activities and events that DGF will have throughout the 2013 - 2014 school year. With the 60th anniversary of NAVSTA Rota and the first of four DDGs arriving early next year, this year promises to be an exciting one, and my family and I look forward to being part of it!
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Last DUI: June 5, 2013 Unit: NMCB 4 Days Since Last DUI: 78 DUIs in FY 2013: 3 DUIs in FY 2012: 4
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August 22, 2013
Hagel Announces New Anti-sexual Assault Initiatives By Jim Garamone
American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Aug. 15 announced seven new initiatives to strengthen and standardize the department’s sexual assault prevention and response effort. In a memo to the field, Hagel called elimination of sexual assault in the military one of the department’s top priorities. “This effort requires our absolute and sustained commitment to providing a safe environment in which every service member and DoD civilian is free from the threat of sexual harassment and assault,” he wrote in a statement. “Our success depends on a dynamic and responsive approach. We, therefore, must continually assess and strive to improve our prevention and response programs.” On May 6, 2013, the secretary directed the services and defense agencies to strengthen the program in commander accountability, command climate, victim advocacy
and safety. The secretary’s initiatives announced Aug. 15 strengthen these areas further. They include: - The secretary directed the services to improve victim legal support. He directed the service secretaries to create a legal advocacy program to provide legal representation to sexual assault victims throughout the judicial process. He set Nov. 1, 2013, as an initial operating capacity for this and for it to be fully functional by Jan. 1, 2014. - Hagel directed that pre-trial investigative hearings of sexual assault-related charges are conducted by Judge Advocate General officers. - The secretary directed service secretaries to enhance protections calling on them to develop and implement policies allowing for the reassignment or transfer of members accused of committing a sexual assault or related offense. Hagel wants this done in order to eliminate continued contact while respecting the rights of both victims and the accused.
- Hagel is requiring timely follow-up reports on sexual assault incidents and responses to be given to the first general or flag officer within the chain of command. - He also directed the DoD Inspector General to regularly evaluate closed sexual assault investigations. - Hagel ordered the service secretaries to standardize prohibitions on inappropriate behavior between recruiters and trainers and their recruits and trainees across the department. - And, Hagel directed the DoD general council to develop and propose changes to the Manual for CourtsMartial that would allow victims to give input during the sentencing phase of courts-martial. The new measures should strengthen the department’s sexual assault prevention and response programs, the secretary said. “Remember, we are all accountable and responsible for eliminating this crime from our ranks,” Hagel said in the memo.
Contract Position Available U.S. Naval Hospital Rota, Spain is seeking one contracted full time dental assistant for the Dental Clinic. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen and must possess a current certificate or diploma in one of the 50 states, District of Columbia or U.S. territories. Prior experience: must possess a minimum of 12 months of experience in the last 36 months as a dental assistant. Interested personnel are requested to contact Manuela Martin-Perles, contracting officer's representative, at 727-3676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number and email address no later than Sept. 5.
August 22, 2013
Rota Hosts Successful 1st Big Latch On, Breast-feeding Tips By Heather Snyder Rota EDIS
Rota held its 1st Big Latch On Aug. 2 at Rio Salado Park aboard Naval Station Rota promoting breast-feeding. Hosted by Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS), Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS), U.S. Naval Hospital Rota and Women Infants and Children (WIC), mothers joined together to help break the world record for mothers simultaneously breastfeeding. The final count was 14,536 mothers world-wide who participated in the event. Rota mothers participate in the event which included snacks, door prizes and yoga with their babies. Top Reasons to Breast-feed 1. It’s good for baby. Breast-fed babies have lower rates of childhood obesity, Type 1 and 2 diabetes, leukemia, infectious morbidity, otitis media, lower respiratory infections, flus, colds, gastroenteritis and diarrhea, pneumonia and sudden infant death syndrome. 2. It’s good for mother. Mothers who breast-feed have lower rates of premenopausal breast cancer, ovarian cancer, osteoporosis, retained gestational weight gain, Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and the metabolic syndrome. 3. It’s good for the U.S. Study findings, published in Obstetrics & Gynecology, estimate that suboptimal breast-feeding currently results in $859 million in health care costs and more than $17.4 billion in societal costs from maternal deaths before the age of 70. 4. You’ll save lots of money. Formula supplies for just six months can cost upward of $1,000. 5. It’s better for the environment. There is less trash and plastic waste compared to that produced by formula cans and bottle supplies. Dairy cows, which are raised in part to make infant formula, are a significant contributor to global warming by adding enormous amounts of methane, a harmful greenhouse gas, into the atmosphere. 6. The recovery rate is faster from pregnancy and childbirth. Oxytocin, a hormone produced during nursing, helps the uterus contract, reducing post-delivery blood loss and helps the uterus return to its normal size
more quickly. 7. Breast milk is easier to digest. For most babies, breast milk is easier to digest than formula so nursing babies have lower rates of constipation, reflux and allergies. The proteins in formula are made from cow’s milk and babies’ stomachs have to adjust to digesting them. 8. Breast milk changes as your baby grows. Breast milk changes to meet your baby’s needs. 9. Your child will have better teeth. Infants who are breast-fed longer have fewer dental cavities throughout their lives. The longer you breast-feed, the lower the likelihood your baby will have a misalignment of the teeth requiring braces. 10. Your baby will be better protected from the side effects of vaccinations. Research shows that breast-fed babies have a better antibody response to vaccines than formula-fed babies. 11. Your baby might be smarter. A recent study from Brown University found that babies who were breast-fed exclusively for at least the first three months had better development in parts of the brain linked to language and cognition. Another study suggests breast-feeding increases your baby’s IQ by about seven points. 12. Your child will be better adjusted. Significant evidence suggests that breast-fed children develop fewer psychological, behavioral and learning problems as they grow older. One researcher found that breast-fed children were, on average, more mature, assertive and secure with themselves as they developed. 13. Breast-feeding improves your child’s chance of climbing the social ladder and becoming a successful adult. A recent study published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood found breast-feeding enhances brain development, which boosts intellect, which in turn increases upward social mobility. Top Ten Tips to Successful Breast-feeding 1. Take a breast-feeding class before your baby is born. 2. Get help before you leave the hospital. Specialists in the hospital can help with proper latch on and positioning.
3. Practice skin-to-skin and breast-feed right after birth. Research shows that skin-to-skin contact helps relax both mom and baby, stimulates feeding behaviors, and triggers the release of certain hormones that spur breast-feeding. Also, newborns that have early contact with their mothers learn to latch on more efficiently than babies who are separated from their mothers in the hour or two following birth. 4. Have a plan to assist with discomfort. Ice packs can relieve engorged breasts while lanolin may soothe sore nipples. Warm compresses can help with clogged milk ducts. 5. Take care of yourself. Eat well-balanced meals, drink plenty of water, rest when baby is sleeping and continue to take prenatal vitamins and DHA supplements. 6. Read your baby’s cues. Watch for baby’s early signs of wanting to feed, such as rooting, licking lips or putting hands to mouth, rather than watching the clock. 7. If returning to work, begin pumping at least four weeks before returning to work to build up a supply of frozen milk. 8. If returning to work, invest in a good pump, a hands-free device and bring a photo of your baby to work. Pump both sides at the same time for each missed feeding. 9. Hold off on the pacifier. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends waiting to introduce a pacifier until breast-feeding is well established, usually three to four weeks after birth. Avoiding pacifiers shortly after birth can help protect your milk supply as well as promote healthy weight gain for your baby. 10. Know when to call for help. Be familiar with the signs of mastitis and thrush. Mastitis requires a round of antibiotics and thrush requires an antifungal medication.
Importance of Exercise Health Promotions Department U.S. Naval Hospital Rota, Spain
Exercise may be the last thing on your mind when you are feeling anxious or depressed, but once motivation sets in it can make a significant difference. According to the Mayo Clinic, research done on anxiety, depression and exercise shows that the psychological and physical benefits of exercise helps in reducing anxiety and improving mood. The link between anxiety, depression and exercise is not clear, but working out can help you relax and make you feel better. Exercise can even keep depression and anxiety from returning once you do feel better. Exercise helps ease depression by aiding in the release of endorphins (a feel good brain chemical) and reducing immune system chemicals that worsen depression. Exercise even has psychological and emotional benefits that boost your self-confidence.
It can distract you from negative thoughts that would feed anxiety and depression. It can help you get more social interaction by just exchanging a greeting or a smile around the neighborhood. It will help you cope in a healthy way by doing something positive. Exercise includes an extensive assortment of activities that raise your activity level to boost your mood. Anything that will get you off the couch and out of the house will enhance your disposition throughout the day. Exercise alone does not eliminate depression and anxiety, but is part of a regimen recommended by your healthcare team. Find some ways to fit exercise in to your daily routine and get Healthy for Life.
August 22, 2013
August 22, 2013
Combined Effects Make Erosion Project A Success By MC2 Derric Cushman NAVSTA Rota Public Affairs
At a time of budget constraints and sequestration, Team Rota has developed a creative way to save money while meeting the needs of the base by using recycled materials to address erosion near pier three. Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Europe, Africa, Southwest Asia (EURAFSWA) in conjunction with Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4 and the Spanish Navy worked together to complete a project designed to lessen erosion of the fuel farm area located next to pier three aboard Naval Station Rota, Spain. Concrete blocks from a previous project aboard the base were used to build a break wall, which would diminish the effects of erosion caused by seawater and heavy rains. The original idea was to have Seabees transport the blocks and dispose of them at a facility out in town, but upon further review, public works leadership decided that the material could be utilized for ero-
sion mitigation. “The main benefit of the project, is the use of the blocks, soil and riprap white boulders for the purpose of slowing the erosion and building up the area behind the pier three fuel farm,” said NAVSTA Rota Public Works and Seabee Operations Chief, Chief Builder Ricky Jones. “This area was continuing to deteriorate every year during the rainy season. The trees were dying out and falling down due to the lack of soil for the roots to take hold of. The blocks are stacked to control the water flow to the area. The grading and use of soil and the boulders shored up and stabilized the area affected the most due to the erosion. There was a chance that the ground would continue to erode and the fuel pipes become exposed.” In total, 223 blocks, weighing 700 tons, were removed from various locations around the base to build the break wall. Through their efforts, the command was able to save money and manpower, said Jones. “In these days of sequestration, we all know that funding is tight,” said
Concrete blocks are strategically placed at the fuel farm near pier three as part of a short erosion project completed aboard Naval Station Rota, Spain. The blocks were part of the former green line, and will reduce erosion of the shore near the fuel farm. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Derric Cushman)
Jones. “The Seabees had the capability to accomplish this mission, and their senior leadership, specifically their operations department, were committed to providing this support for the base.
With their support, we did not have to pay for disposal of the blocks, equipment, labor or fuel to accomplish this.” Jones attributed the project’s success to teamwork between the units.
August 22, 2013
2013 - 2014 DGF news
August 22, 2013
David Glasgow Farragut School Year 2013-2014 Updates New Family Orientation Day An orientation will be held in the DGF Multi-purpose building (MPB). All new students and families are invited to this event. Middle and high school students and families will meet in the MPB 1 - 3 p.m. and elementary students and families will meet 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. School Meal Program The new school meal program launched Aug. 1 and parents are reminded that they can load money onto their child's account by visiting the Navy Exchange customer service counter. All families who registered their child at DGF by July 31 can put money in your child's account by visiting the customer service counter at the Navy Exchange or through the MyPayment Plus program Any child that was registered after July 31 will need to bring cash on the first day of school to pay for their lunch. Lunch rates are: Elementary School: $2.40 Middle/High School: $2.55 Additional meal: $5.00 for any additional meal not subsidized. Free and Reduced Lunches/School Meal Program Applications are being accepted now. Visit the DGF website at http://www.rotaes.eu.dodea.edu/links.htm or pick up an application at the DGF offices during their working hours. Please return them to the school liaison officer at the FFSC along with a current month's LES and she will process and return a decision letter to you via your command mailbox. Rota falls under the Alaskan financial guidelines so you may qualify if you haven't in the past. Please note that the electronic automated pay system at DGF will be loaded with your child's status category for payment like all other students. Kindergarten Start Date Kindergarten will begin Sept. 3. An open house will be held in the afternoon on Monday to meet with the kindergarten teachers, and for families to become familiar with the program. During the last week of August home visits will also be scheduled
with the kindergarten families. Busing and School Hour Changes DGF is consolidating the passenger loads on DGF school buses starting school year 2013-2014. This process will allow for students from both campuses to ride on a combined bus and thereby reduce the overall vehicle requirements for this program. Buses will still include a monitor and seating will be arranged with younger kids in the front and older kids in the back. This change will also alter the hours of operation at DGF schools. The new school hours are: Elementary: 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Middle and High School: 8:15 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. Please check with the school bus office before choosing a house out in town if you plan to use bus services to ensure that the house is within the authorized area. Also, the parent drop-off zone has moved to the west side of DGF, the kindergarten wing on Granada Street. Class Lists Class lists will be posted Friday at 5 p.m. in the school library.
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assistance crossing roadways,” said Wertz. “Additionally, we've asked for extra security support for the first couple of weeks at the designated pickup and drop off area as parents become accustomed to the new routine.” Wertz added that school staff would like to thank everyone in advance for their patience and cooperation during this transition. “These changes were implemented because Rota’s schools are faced with busing more students on less money,” said Wertz. “As always, we're happy to address any questions or concerns and can be reached at 727-4219 or at trans. email@example.com."
COMMUNITY/Navy college news
NMCRS Limited Hours
The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society main office will have limited hours through Monday. The office will be open 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Monday - Friday through Monday. If you have a financial emergency outside of the scheduled hours of 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., please call 660-98-5411 to speak with a caseworker. The Thrift Shop will be open its normal schedule; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. with 11 11:30 a.m. being priority shopping for active duty and their families.
NMCRS Seeks Volunteers
The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Thrift Shop is seeking volunteers. Teens and adults are welcome. Want to get out of the house and meet new people? The Thrift Shop could use your help. Please call the NMCRS office at 727-1614 for more details.
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.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
AA meetings are scheduled every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the base Chapel. Call the DAPA at 727-2876 for more information.
Navy College Office
August 22, 2013
Prepare for the SAT or ACT Now
eKnowledge is donating SAT/ACT Test Prep Programs worth $200 to all active duty, retired, veterans, Guard, Reserve, their family members, DoD employees and civilians performing military support, as well as their family members. Materials may be ordered online at http://www.eknowledge.com/DANTES or by calling 951-25-6407. Visit these schools in the Community Services Building during their office hours, Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
ERAU Offers Five Ways to Make Earning Your Degree Easy
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) has the graduate, undergraduate and certificate programs to help you achieve your academic and career 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 ERAU's website at http:// worldwide.erau.edu or contact your local office at firstname.lastname@example.org 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, fire protection technology and hospitality management. They also offer classes online, as well as a Microsoft Certification Program, both of which start once a month. CTC is also looking for instructors for all degree programs. Call CTC for more information on this position and for more details about classes at 727-2574.
Term 1 at CTC
Term 1 for CTC is Monday through Oct. 18. Register for classes now through Monday. CTC is offering classes in criminal justice, fire protection, child development and See "NAVY COLLEGE NEWS," page 11
August 22, 2013
Chuck Norris Versus Chaplain Miller: ‘I’ll Bless You in the Face!’
It’s been said that under the beard of Chuck Norris, you’ll find another fist. I wanted to see if that was true for me too, so I jumped off my bike and punched my patio tile with my chin. It didn’t work. I ended up with five stitches. Saying that I jumped off my bike to punch the patio tile with my chin sounds a lot tougher than what actually happened. It sounds like something you’d hear from a cartoon action hero advertisement. You know, Chaplain Timothy Miller the kind that says, “He jumps over buildings running backward, breaks through bricks with his shins to save kittens and crushes patio tiles with his chin just because he can.” What really happened is that I stopped on my bike
and didn’t unclip my foot out of my pedal, and I simply fell over. I caught the patio tile with my chin just the wrong way. Not a very tough story. When I was assigned to the infantry with the Marines, we were joking one night in the field about how to make a chaplain sound tough. Many times a chaplain’s words are caring, understanding and encouraging, but these kinds of words don’t sound very tough. If you’re in a fight with someone, you don’t usually say, “Great punch! Keep it up!” Yet somehow I think we managed to do it. We came up with a tough chaplain phrase and quickly put it into practice. I’d walk past one of the company commanders and say, “Hey, watch your step around me.” And he’d say, “Why, what are you going to do?” To which I’d reply (in my toughest sounding voice), “If you’re not careful - (dramatic pause) - I’ll bless you in the face!” Which brings me back to Chuck Norris. Everyone loves a tough guy. The only problem is that the tough-
Evening Service, Brindo Mi Vida Brindo Mi Vida (I Offer My Life) is a casual, experiential Christian worship, 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. Visit their website at http://brindomivida.blogspot.com.
New Opportunity for Latter Day Saints in Rota
The Latter Day Saints meet at the Capilla at the Chapel, Sunday, 7 p.m. The LDS Family Home meetings are held on Mondays at 7 p.m. LDS scripture study/Institute will meet on Thursdays.
Bible Study Offerings at the Chapel Mark Bible study meets Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Journaling study meets Thursdays, 6 p.m.
ness of our bodies has limits (as I experienced with my chin). Spiritual toughness, however, is what really impresses me. Scripture tells us that God did not give us a spirit of cowardice, but of power, love and selfdiscipline. I’ve been privileged to see people apply this to their Chuck Norris-sized problems and come out the victor. One can usually recover from a punch to the face, but a blessing to the face, well, that’s something that can change a life forever. So think about how you can bless someone in the face this week. Or, maybe more importantly, think about how you can allow someone to bless you in the face this week. Maybe it’s time to talk to someone about the Chuck Norris-sized problem you're facing. It might change your life forever. Sorry Chuck Norris, you lose. If you would like to speak to me or another chaplain regarding this or any other issue, please contact the chapel at 727-2161.
August 22, 2013
NAVY COLLEGE/DGF NEWS
NAVY COLLEGE NEWS, continued from page 9
hospitality. Please call CTC at 727-2574 or stop by their offices to get a complete list of the classes available in term 1.
OU Offers Seminar in Leadership in Organizations
Seminar in Leadership in Organizations is a graduate level elective course that is applied toward the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Diversity and Development as well as the Master of Human Relations. This course will provide an inclusive paradigm for the study of leadership and leadership theory by giving students the opportunity to analyze the major leadership models and approaches, apply leadership theory in practical situations and discuss contemporary issues of leadership in service and non-service organizations. This seminar is a one-week intensive format from Sept. 10 - 15. For more information on this course or to register, please contact the OU site director at 727-2799 or email at email@example.com.
in Human Relations. All certificate course work can be applied to a Master of Human Relations. For more information call OU at 727-2799 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Family Orientation
New family orientation will be held Friday for all elementary, middle and high school students and families. Middle and high school students and families will meet 1 - 3 p.m. in the Multi-purpose Building while elementary students and families will meet 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
School Year Begins
All elementary, middle and high school students return to school Monday.
Early Release Friday
All elementary, middle and high school students will be released at 1 p.m. Friday.
OU Offers FREE Public Service Seminars
The University of Oklahoma offers free public service to interested commands, agencies and community on various topics depending on the visiting professor's area of expertise. Your agency can enjoy a free seminar that promotes healthy active listening, better understanding of people's behaviors in organizations, creative problem solving or other topics depending on the visiting professor's area of expertise. Seminars can be tailored or personalized to meet your goals; most are completed in less than an hour and allow flexibility during times that are convenient during your work hours. For more information, and to find out about the next opportunity, please contact the Rota site director at 727-2799 or email@example.com.
Labor Day, school closed Sept. 2.
Kindergarten School Year Begins
Following home visits, the kindergarten school year will begin Sept. 3.
OU Offers Master of Human Relations
The University of Oklahoma offers a Master of Human Relations. The Master of Human Relations program offers an emphasis in organizational studies, counseling and the helping professions and social change. Face-to-face classes are taught from Tuesday through Friday 6 - 9:30 p.m.; Saturday through Sunday for 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Online classes are also available each semester. The MHR is a non-thesis program which includes four core classes, six electives and one internship experience for a total of 36 semester hours. For more information call OU at 727-2799 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OU Offers Certificates
The University of Oklahoma offers individuals with a bachelorâ€™s degree or OU graduate student certificates in Human Resource Diversity and Development or Helping Skills
August 22, 2013
Activities Flea Market, Sundays, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Sargento Cespedes Street (by Chorrillo Beach), Rota Sevilla, bullring guided tours, daily, 9:30 a.m. - 8 p.m., tickets €6.50, call 954-22-4577, http://www.realmaestranza.com Sevilla, Reales Alcázar (Moorish Fortress) guided tours, daily, 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., tickets €8.50 Sevilla, Cathedral and Giralda guided tours, Mondays Saturdays, 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 de Santa Maria, 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 956-363813 or visit http://www.visitasdonana.com.
Arts “Luces y Sombras,” photo display by Carmen Asenjo, through Aug. 30, El Puerto de Santa Maria bullring “Mirada a Rota,” photo display, through Aug 31, Hotel Duque de Najera, Rota
“AmeriCadiz,” photo display by Manuel Vera and Carlos Gonzalez, through Dec. 31, Castillo de San Sebastian,
Eat/Drink “Feria de la Tapa,” Sept. 12 - 15, Rota 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. Barbadillo Bodega, Sanlucar, Tuesday - Saturday, 11 a.m., tickets €3
Bullfights Sanlucar bullring, Saturday, 7 p.m., regular bullfight, six bulls for Morante de la Puebla and “El Juli” Ronda bullring, novel bullfight, Sept. 6 Ronda bullring, regular bullfight, Sept. 7, six bulls for Morante de la Puebla Ronda, bullring, on-horseback bullfight, Sept. 8
Flamenco Flamenco show by Laura Pirri group, Saturday, 10 p.m., Hotel Playa de La Luz, Rota, free admission XXXVIII Flamenco Festival de Cante Grande de Ronda, Saturday, 10 p.m., Murallas del Carmen, Ronda, tickets €20 Flamenco show by Laura Pirri group, Aug. 30, 10 p.m., Castillo de Luna, Rota
“La Pepa,” flamenco show by Sara Baras, Sept. 27 - 28, Teatro Villamarta, Jerez de la Frontera, tickets €25 - 45 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 653-071-099, Sanlúcar Flamenco show, Jerez, Fridays and Saturdays, 10 p.m., El Lagar del Tio Parrilla, Plaza del Mercado, Jerez, 956-33-8334
Music Music concert by Cristina Moya, Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Hotel Playa de la Luz (Chillout April), Rota, free admission Piano concert by Justine Verdier, Tuesday, Plaza de la Asuncion, Jerez de la Frontera, free admission
Sports Hipodroimo Dos Hermanas, Sevilla, summer season, visit http://www.hipodromosdeandalucia.com
Upcoming Activities Fiestas de Pablo Romero, Ronda, Sept. 3 - 8 Feria de la Virgen de los Remedios, Ubrique, Sept. 11 - 14 Feria de la Vendimia (Vintage Feria), Jerez, Sept. 10 - 15 Feria de San Miguel, Arcos de la Frontera, Sept. 25 - 29
Team rota IN THE SPOTLIGHT
August 22, 2013
Team Rota in the Spotlight Anton Chavis
By MC2 (SW/AW) Travis Alston NAVSTA Rota Public Affairs
A native of Portsmouth, Va., Anton Chavis, better known as “Bear,” reported to Naval Station Rota, Spain in February 2010. Chavis provides internal and external customer service at Morale, Welfare and Recreation's fitness center. He is married to Religious Program Specialists 1st Class Nora Hawkins-Chavis, and has two children, 6-year-old Anton Jr. and 5-year-old Brooklyn. He said his biggest accomplishment thus far is becoming a father. “I may not be where I should be, but I am better than I was yesterday.”
August 22, 2013
Olympic Swimmer Trains With Rota, Morón Swimmers By Steve Bond, Ryan West and Nathaniel Truemper Contributing writers
Olympic Swimmer Kate Ziegler joined the Rota Swim Club (RSC) to train and offer advice during the annual summer swim clinic held aboard Morón Air Base, Aug. 11 - 17. Organized by RSC Head Coach Ryan West, more than 40 swimmers within the European Forces Swim League had the chance to train alongside U.S. Olympic swimmer and U.S. 1,500-meter freestyle record holder Kate Ziegler. “We are accustomed to hosting aircraft
Olympic Swimmer Kate Ziegler, left, provides words of encouragement to tired swimmers Emma Crumbaugh and Elsie Bond during a recent visit to Morón Air Base. Ziegler joined the Rota Swim Club and swimmers throughout Europe for the summer swim clinic where she provided training and advice for swimming.(Photos by Steve Bond)
and aircrews from around the world to utilize our airfield and facilities,” said Morón Air Base Commanding Officer Lt. Col. Daniel Furleigh. “This past week was a first for Moron Air Base as 40 swimmers from all across Europe descended upon our tiny installation to utilize our support facilities to run a youth swim clinic. Judging from the smiles across the children's faces all week, Morón Air Base served as an excellent venue to host the European Forces Swim League's annual summer swim camp.” The swimmers’ program included a rigorous training program both in and out of the water, as well as lots of fun activities, and input from Ziegler. “This year we added an ‘out of the pool’ curriculum for our swimmers,” said West. “We wanted to introduce them to different training methods that they can do out of the pool.” “It’s about working with kids who have a passion for swimming and sharing my experiences in swimming, and the lessons I’ve learned and tips I’ve picked up traveling around the world … and growing up as a little swimmer and progressing through the sport,” said Ziegler. “I just wanted to share my knowledge, my experiences, my love for the sport with some awesome kids!” Ziegler, visiting Morón Air Base for the first time, was also given a full tour of the
Olympic Swimmer Kate Ziegler joins the 2013 Rota Swim Club members during their training held aboard Moron Air Base Aug. 11 - 17.
base, including the flight line, where she was given a detailed tour of several aircraft and a history of the role of Morón Air Base. “I believe this was a great week of swimming for our kids,” said West. “They were able to learn from a champion, meet and get to know the other swimmers in the league and test their mettle each day. As coaches we wanted to challenge them daily, and each day they met the challenge head-on and elevated their game. If they continue to practice the lessons they learned this past week, I believe this will be a record-breaking year.”
Ziegler agreed with West’s comments; “I just want to say that this is the best camp I’ve ever been to. This has been a wonderful experience. I hope the kids got as much out of it as I did! It was truly a pleasure and honor for me to be here, and I hope to do more camps like this in the future.” “The swim clinic was a total success due in large part to the outstanding efforts of the coaches and chaperones,” said Furleigh. “A number of Airmen and Marines were also key to ensuring the week-long camp went off without a hitch.”
August 22, 2013
Sesame Street characters with The Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families perform their songs and dances in the multi-purpose building aboard Naval Station Rota, Tuesday. The two-show event is the USO's longest running, free traveling tour for military families. (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Travis Alston)
August 22, 2013
FFSC News Call 727-3232 to pre-register for all FFSC functions.
Thursday, 9 a.m. - noon. Have orders? Gelling ready to PCS? Then you should be signing up for this course. It is designed for all military personnel, DoD civilian personnel, and family members departing the local area. Even if it’s your umpteenth PCS, you might get some new and useful information about the PCS process, as well as information about your new duty station. Pre-registration is required. For more information or to register, please call 727-3232.
Spanish School Brief
Sept. 4, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Attend this brief to learn about the Spanish school system and what is required to register your child at a Spanish school. The enrollment window in Spain is very limited; while the registration process starts in March it is finalized in mid-September. You will be able to receive a public or private school listing for either El Puerto de Santa Maria and/or Rota. We will discuss all the requirements that are needed for this process. Call 727-3232 to sign up for this class.
Successful Interviewing Techniques
Thursday, 10 - 11 a.m. Nervous about interviewing? If you want to know the secrets to successful interviewing, sign up for this hands-on experience of a lifetime. Call 727-3232 for more details and sign up.
Understanding your Teenager (4 of 4 Nurturing Parenting Workshops)
Monday through Aug. 29, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. "Hopes and fears we have for our children." As teenagers face physical and emotional changes, social pressures and independence, their behavior can be perplexing to parents. Wondering how to make it through these tumultuous years? The Nurturing Program for Parents of Adolescents covers topics that will help parents understand their teenagers. These sessions provide ideas on maintaining open communication, improving your relationship with your teen and dealing with problems. Sign up and find ways to survive and flourish during the teen years. For more information or to register, please call 727-3232 or email email@example.com.
Tuesday, 9 - 10 a.m. l owe, l 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.
Wednesday, 10 - 11 a.m. Target your federal résumé to highlight your qualifications to human resources offices and hiring managers. Learn about keywords, the certificate of eligibility and the special requirements of a federal résumé.
☺New Release Thursday, August 22nd 1 p.m. Despicable Me 2 3D 3:30 p.m. Grown Ups 2 6:30 p.m. The Conjuring
(PG), 98’ (PG13), 101’ (R), 112’
Friday, August 23rd 1 p.m. Turbo 3D☺ 3:30 p.m. Pacific Rim 3D 6:30 p.m. R.I.P.D. 3D☺
(PG), 96’ (PG13), 131’ (PG13), 96’
1 p.m. Planes 2D 3:30 p.m. R.I.P.D. 2D☺
6:30 p.m. The Conjuring DRIVE-IN 10 p.m.Red 2☺ Sunday, August 25th 1 p.m. Turbo 2D☺ 3:30 p.m. Red 2 ☺ 6:30 p.m. Elysium
(PG13), 96’ (R), 112’
OTHER PICKS THIS WEEK Red 2 (PG13 ) 116’. Action, Comedy, Crime. Starring: Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren.Retired C.I.A. agent Frank Moses reunites his unlikely team of elite operatives for a global quest to track down a missing portable nuclear device.
Saturday, August 24th
August 22, 2013
Theater, August 23rd, 1 p.m. August 25th, 1 p.m.
R.I.P.D. Theater, August 23rd, 6:30 p.m. August 24th, 3:30 p.m.
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti
(PG), 96’ (PG13), 116’ (R), 109’
Theater, August 25th, 3:30 p.m.
Theater, August 22nd, 6:30 p.m. August 24th, 6:30 p.m.
Drive-In August 24th, 10 p.m.
MWR’s Movie Info Line: 727-2624. Theater Phone Number: 727-2328 Check www.rotamwr.com for full listing.
MOVIE RATINGS G – General Audiences. PG – Parental Guidance Suggested. PG-13 – Parents Strongly Cautioned. R – Restricted. As a reminder to all movie patrons, COMNAVACTSPAINST 1754.3 requires that all minors must have supervised transportation from the theater movies that end after sunset. Minors are prohibited from walking home from the Drive-In after dark. If no patrons arrive within 30 minutes after showtime, movies will be cancelled. Movies are subject to change without notice.
(PG) Animation, Adventure, 96’ From the makers of MADAGASCAR and KUNG FU PANDA, TURBO is a high-velocity 3D comedy about a snail who dares to dream big - and fast. After a freak accident infuses him with the power of super-speed, Turbo kicks into overdrive and embarks on an extraordinary journey to achieve the seemingly impossible: competing in the world’s fastest race, the Indianapolis 500. With the help of his tricked-out streetwise snail crew, this ultimate underdog puts his heart and shell on the line to prove that no dream is too big, and no dreamer too small.
R.I.P.D. Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Bridges
(PG13) Action, Comedy, 96’ Veteran sheriff Roy Pulsifer (Bridges) has spent his career with the legendary police force known as R.I.P.D. tracking monstrous spirits who are cleverly disguised as ordinary people. His mission? To arrest and bring to justice a special brand of criminals trying to escape final judgment.
Planes (PG) 80’. Animation, Adventure, Comedy. Starring: Dane Cook, Stacy Keach. Dusty Crophopper is a little cropduster plane with a fear of heights and a crazy dream of being a racer. While his friends need convincing, Dusty gets the training he needs from Skipper, a veteran fighter, and qualifies for the Wings Across the World race. In the event, Dusty finds competitors who soon learn that there is something special about this underdog as he is tested to his physical and emotional limits. Grown Ups 2 (PG13) 101’. Comedy. Starring: Chris Rock, Adam Sandler. After having the greatest time of his life three summers ago, Lenny (Adam Sandler), decides he wants to move his family back to his hometown and have them grow up with his gang of childhood friends and their kids. But between old bullies, new bullies, and psycho grade school girlfriends he finds out that sometimes crazy follows you.
August 22, 2013
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.
2006 CHRYSLER TOWN AND COUNTRY TOURING VAN: Great seven passenger vehicle with all of the bells and whistles, 70K miles, U.S. spec., $10K OBO. Call Eric at 652-65-6180. 2009 CHEVROLET AVEO LS: Automatic, A/C, four-door, European spec., low mileage, excellent condition, blue, asking $7K OBO. Call 699-45-2473 or 956-48-2177. 2006 CADILLAC CTS: 3.6L, automatic, leather, fully loaded, excellent condition, Euro. spec., 35K kilometers, $15K. Call Lee at 690-39-9844. 2004 VOLVO C70: Conver tible, automatic, loaded, American spec., 41K miles, $7,500. Call 609-01-2093. 2002 FORD FOCUS STATION WAGON: 1.8L turbo diesel, great fuel economy, Ford’s ghia mint condition, like new inside and out, passed ITV, 119K miles, 4 new tires, my personal car, €2,990. Call Ray at 653-78-0296. 2002 VW GOLF TDI: Reliable, fuel efficient, good car, 100K miles, black, €4,950, 653-78-0296. 2004 FORD FIESTA: 1,400 cc, 68 horsepower, diesel, manual transmission, 103,400 kilometers (64,249 miles), €3,600 (transfer cost included). Visit Subaru dealer website at http://www. siles4x4.com or by calling 605-85-9061. 2001 BMW 520: 99K miles, gasoline, nice shape, €3,200. Call 653-78-0296. 2007 SEAT ALTEA XL: 2,000 cc, 140 horsepower, automatic transmission, diesel, 120K kilometers (74,564 miles), Xenon lights, excellent condition, €8,200 (transfer cost included ). Visit Isuzu dealer website at http://www. siles4x4.com or by calling 605-85-9061. 2005 SKODA OCTAVIA TDI: 2,000cc, 140 horsepower, diesel, 5- door, manual transmission, 162K kilometers (100,662 miles), electric heated seats, rear vision camera, leather seats, €8,100 (transfer cost included). Visit Subaru dealer website at http://www. siles4x4.com or by calling 605-85-9061. 2008 CITROEN XSARA PICASSO HDI: 1,600 cc, 92 horsepower, 60,400 kilometers (37,530 miles), manual transmission, diesel, 5-door, €7,900 (transfer cost included). Pictures available at http://www. siles4x4.com or by calling 605-85-9061. 2001 LEXUS LS 400 AUTOMATIC: Top of the line, perfect condition, one owner, 110K miles, €5,800, navy blue, 653-78-0296. 1999 FIAT MAREA: Diesel, silver, ITV to August 2014, 140K miles, A/C, electric windows, €1,590, 653-78-0296. 2004 Renault Megane: Diesel, looks new, ITV to August 2014., new tires and timing belt and kit, beautiful car, €3,500 (transfer included). Call Ray at 653-78-0296. 1998 ROVER 420 SDI: Diesel, A/C, electric everything, good shape, recent timing belt and kit, 119K miles, €1,590. Call Ray at 653-78-0296. 1 9 9 5 B M W 3 1 6 i : 1 2 5 K m i l e s, great shape, €2,300, 653-78-0296. MERCEDES E320 ELEGANCE: Automatic, 4WD, 110K miles, full Mercedes service records, one owner €6K, 653-78-0296.
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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, €10. Call 627-23-3805 after 5:30 p.m. ALCATEL OT-808 PHONE: Vodafone, brand new in box with all accessories, $50 or €40. Call 627-23-3805 after 5:30 p.m.
RENTAL PROPERTIES: Houses and apartments with sea views, pools and yards: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 bedrooms in Rota, Costa Ballena, Chipiona, El Puerto Santa María and Sanlúcar with pools and yards, no rental fees to Americans. Call Antonio at 68520-4466 or email@example.com. 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, rooftop 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.
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BEACHFRONT PENTHOUSE IN FUENTEBRAVIA: 3 bdrm., 2 bath with awesome views, furnished kitchen, nice spacious lvg./dng. area, A/C and heat, solar panel hot water, 2 beachfront terraces, underground parking for cars, asking €2K (includes community fees ). Sorry, no pets and no smoking on premises. Contact Coco at 699-79-4899 (English spoken). TOWNHOUSE ON A CORNER LOT IN RESIDENTIAL AREA: 4 bdrm., 1.5 bath, fully furn. kitchen, A/C, 110 m2 patio, front yard with driveway and parking inside, €700/ mo. Call 696-20-3113 or 617-78-6178. DETACHED HOUSE IN FUENTEBRAVIA: 3 bdrm., 3 bath, furn. kitchen, lrg. covered laundry rm., small dng. area, lvg. area w/fireplace, A/C and heat, yard and private parking, close to the base and beach. Asking €1,050 (includes gardener). Contact Coco 6 9 9 - 7 9 - 4 8 9 9 ( En g l i s h s p e a ke r ) . TOWNHOUSE IN EL MANANTIAL: 135 square meters, 3 floors, 4 bdrm., 2.5 bath, ample lvg./dng. room with fireplace, kitchen, terrace and patio, A/C in lvg. rm. and master bdrm., wood floors in bedrooms, marble in living room and kitchen, 2 minutes from the beach and nex t to the pine forest, €950/mo. (community fees included). Call 651-83-8588 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. LARGE HOUSE OFF PUERTO-ROTA BYPASS ROAD: 4 bdrm., 3 bath, lvg./dng. rm. with fireplace, large fully equipped kitchen, storage room, yard with private pool and driveway, €1,800/mo. Call 639-82-5070 or email email@example.com.
BEACHFRONT APARTMENT IN ROTA:
Brand new, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, kitchen and dining, central heating and A/C, private parking and gate to beach access, €1,100. Call 601-23-8022 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. NEW DUPLEX IN ROTA: 3 bdrm., 2 bath, kitchen and laundry rm., lvg./ dng. rm., garage, storage rm., central heating, A/C and fireplace, large terrace with views to the pool and rooftop terrace. Call Ana at 647-91-2971. PRETTY TOWNHOUSE IN NEW AREA OF ROTA: Lots of light, 2 bdrm. (one large), private parking, big basement, 80 m2 terrace with lots of sun and okay for barbecue. Call 629-73-7038. FIRST LINE APARTMENTS ON LA COSTILLA BEACH: 4 minutes to base, 3, 2, 1 bdrm., fully equipped kitchen, bath, lvg./dng. rm., terrace, A/C and heat, furn./unfurn, parking with automatic door, €1,050 - €1,220 month, listed in housing. Call 656-19-4959. BRAND NE W, BEAUTIFUL T WO STORY FLAT IN CENTER OF ROTA: 1 minute walk to the beach, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, A/C, large terrace with awnings and enclosed glass, views of Rota and beach, lots of light and modern, ideal for a single or a couple, €1,100/mo. Call José Antonio at 605-51-5363. FLAT FACING THE BEACH: 120 square meters, next to the Playa de la Luz hotel, 20 meters from the sea shore, community pool, private underground parking and large private front yard, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, salon, kitchen fully furnished, A/C and heat, closets, community fees included, English speaking landlords, €1,600 (negotiable). Call Ernesto at 667-684657 or email email@example.com. GREAT FIRST LINE APARTMENT ON LA COSTILLA BEACH: 2 bdrm., 2 bath, furn., lots of light, full of color and fabulous views. €1,500/mo., negotiable. Call Manolo 653-55-3647or see it at http://rotaapartment.wordpress.com/. INDEPENDENT HOUSE TWO MINUTES FROM THE BASE: 3 bdrm., bath with shower and tub, kitchen/dng. rm., lvg. rm., large rooftop terrace with room, garage with automatic door, A/C, screens and terrace, furn./unfurn., €1,200/mo., listed in housing. Contact 675-32-6395 or firstname.lastname@example.org. DUPLEX IN GATED COMMUNITY: 3 bdrm., 2 bath, fully equipped kitchen, lvg./ dng. rm., 2 terraces and dressing room in master bedroom, A/C, Internet, satellite TV, cable/AFN network cable already installed. Fully furn. and facing the beach, gated community with pool and garage, €1,050/ mo., listed in housing. Call 627-78-2488. AMERICAN-OWNED DUPLEX IN GATED COMMUNITY IN ROTA: Private, gated community in Jardin de la Almadraba, 3 bdrm. with built-in wardrobes, 2.5 bath, inner/outer patio, swimming pools, tennis/basketball court, private parking and garage, 1 block from the beach and forest, ceiling fans, A/C and heating, €1,100./mo. (flexible), listed in housing, for viewing or details contact Ivan at DSN 430-7656 auxbellum@ gmail.com or see http://floorplanner. com/projects/23584314-house-104almadraba-complex-gate-2#details. 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.
L E AV E D O N O R P R O G R A M Robert Hemmett of the NAVFAC EURAFSWA-Public Works Department, U.S. Naval Station, Rota, Spain has been approved as a leave recipient in the Voluntary Leave Donor Program. Your help is sincerely appreciated. If you are interested in donating leave to him, please contact Ana Maria Malvido at 727-1632 or email AnaMaria.MalvidoG.SP@eu.navy. mil, in the Human Resources Office. She can answer your questions and provide the required forms to transfer leave.
M I S C E L L A N E O U S MOVES/TRANSPORTS: Self-employed driver with truck is available for moves/ transports. Reasonable rates. Contact email@example.com or 678-41-5673. SEEKING EMPLOYMENT: Hard working, responsible young woman with varied experience seeks employment in child care, care of the infirmed or elderly, house cleaning, etc. Has car and experience as chauffeur. References available. Call Mercedes at 625-18-9214. S E E K I N G E M P LO YM E N T: Home Improvement, painting, gardening, house cleaning. Call Juani at 697-53-0608. SEEKING EMPLOYMENT: Very 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, meticulouswomanavailabletocleanhousebythehour orweekly. EmailGaliaatgalianinova@hotmail.com. SEEKING EMPLOYMENT: Dog sitting, lots of experience who loves animals. 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.
Do you think you lost or misplaced something? NAVSTA Rota Lost and Found may have it! We currently have lost property in our inventory. If you have lost or misplaced personal items please contact 727-LAWS (5297) and ask for a Lost and Found Custodian to identify/claim your item. We will try to contact owners of lost items if there are personal identifiers available. All items will be disposed of after 90 days.
E M P L O Y M E N T HRO: Sexual Assault Prevention Response (SAPR), NF-0101-04, open until filled; Purchasing Agent, GS-1150-07, closes Monday. Customer service hours are 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Call 727-1643 for more information. MWR: Positions will be filled on a caseby-case basis. Program Assistant (CYP), Cashier (hospitality), Club Operations Assistant (hospitality), Cashier (cash cage - hospitality), Food Service Worker (hospitality), Marketing Assistant (support services division) and Recreation Assistant (USNSE Madrid). Applications and forms can be downloaded and submitted through Rota MWR's website by visiting http://www.rotamwr.com. No need to come to the office, fill it out and submit it all from your home.
ADDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT Opportunities in Rota: Navy Exchange employment opportunities can be found at http://www.navyexchange.jobs. DeCA positions are advertised on USAJobs.gov.
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OUT AND ABOUT
August 22, 2013
Above and below: Rota residents and members of the Missoula Children's Theatre perform "The Tortoise versus The Hare: The Greatest Race" aboard Naval Station Rota, Friday. The program, presented by Navy Child and Youth Programs, Rota MWR and The Missoula Children's Theatre involved children from the community and Missoula cast members as part of a special week-long program that culminated with a musical performance for the community. (Photo by Melissa Reyna)
Utilitiesman Constructionman Daniella Acevedo, Naval Station Rota Public Works Department, uses a surveyorâ€™s level during a construction project at the Navy Exchange (NEX) aboard Naval Station Rota, Aug. 15. Seabees assigned to Naval Station Rotaâ€™s Public Works Department and Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11 teamed up to construct a concrete sidewalk and steps that will be used at the hillside behind the NEX. The project will ensure that employees have easy access to the rear entrance of the NEX and are able to safely walk down the hill without worry of slipping or falling due to bad weather conditions and mud. The project also provides opportunities for training to the Sailors who are working on the project. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Derric Cushman)
August 22, 2013