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The Coastline April 14, 2011

Volume 20 Issue 13

April 14, 2011

U.S. Naval Activities, Spain

Grand Prix de Espana, MoToGP Grand Prix of Spain





April 14, 2011

Hurts One, Affects All: Preventing Sexual Assault is Everyone’s Duty The month of April has been designated Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in the United States. The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual violence. As is readily understood throughout the military, mission readiness defines a unit's ability to deCapt. William F. Mosk ploy quickly and efCOMNAVACTS, Spain ficiently. A sexual assault can reverberate throughout a unit and beyond, degrading readiness by harming the life of the victim, and the unit's ability to work effectively as a team. Despite reforms to our legal system, sexual violence remains pervasive and largely misunderstood. Nearly one in six American women will experience an attempted or completed rape at some point in her life, and for some groups,rates of sexual violence are even higher. Young women ages 16 to 24 are atgreatest risk. Statistically, that's the bulk of our Sailor workforce.  Too many men and boys are also affected. Insidious in nature, with each new victim and each person still suffering from an attack, we are called with renewed purpose to respond to and rid our military of all forms of sexual violence. Each victim of sexual assault represents a sister or a daughter, a nephew or a friend. We must break the silence so no victim anguishes without resources or aid in their time of greatest need. We must continue to reinforce that our military will not tolerate sexual violence within our commands. Working together, we can reduce the incidence of sexual assault and heal lives that have already been devastated by this terrible crime. Here at NAVSTA, through the Fleet and Family Support Center, our Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program's objectives are to specifically enhance and improve:  sexual assault prevention through training and education programs; treatment and support of sexual assault victims; and provide a system of accountability.



To report a Sexual Assault, call our Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, Janet Harris, at 727-3232 or a Victim Advocate at +34646-40-7871 BEFORE you speak with anyone else. Why?  Well, there are two types of reporting options for a sexual assault, and depending on who you speak with about a sexual assault could limit your options.  Not seeking advice from the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) or Victim Advocate (VA) first can minimize the control a victim has over the release of their personal information.   However, regardless of how you report sexual assault, you will be offered a full range of advocacy, medical services and counseling. With unrestricted reporting, the assault must be reported to the command and to NCIS/law enforcement for investigation.  Victims may also forfeit their rights to use restricted reporting by talking to someone other than those designated. Restricted reporting, on the other hand, gives a victim time and opportunity to get information and professional advice about their rights and available services, so they can make informed decisions. Often victims initially choose the restricted reporting option and later decide that they want the chain of command notified so that the offender can be held accountable.  The victim can elect to change a restricted report to an unrestricted report,but an unrestricted report cannot be later changed to a restricted report. Finally, I'd like to end this column by mentioning that we need Victim Advocates. The VA is a trained volunteer who provides effective and appropriate support and guidance for victims of sexual assault.  The purpose of Victim Advocacy is to provide victims of sexual assault with a volunteer advocate who can provide information and emotional support, and help guide them through the various medical, legal, and investigative processes with a goal of minimizing the "re-victimization" of sexual assault victims. I can't over-emphasize enough how critical this volunteer position is - if you have any questions about the program or would like to volunteer, please contact the FFSC as soon as possible. HASTA LUEGO ROTA!

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weeks front page photos were taken during this years Grand Prix De Espana in Jerez. Photos by UT1 Clinton Walford, Tech. Sgt. Ed Batts and Goncalo Silva


Join the conversation with Naval Activities Spain leaders, service members, community members, and friends from around the world. Here you will also find more photos, see videos and hear radio news reports from AFN Rota. So check it out.

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DUI Counter Last DUI: Feb. 6 Unit: USNHRS Days Since Last DUI: 67 DUIs in CY 2011: 1 DUIs in CY 2010: 9

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Semana Santa (HOLY WEEK) Processions and Traditions During A Glorious Week By Manuel Alba The Semana Santa, or Holy Week, combined with the ferias, is one of the most important tourist attractions all over Andalucia. Semana Santa, especially in Sevilla is also one of the most memorable weeks one can have in Spain. The story and tradition of Semana Santa dates back many centuries. It is a tradition of the Catholic Church in Spain. Semana Santa, inspires reflection, regardless of your religious background. Sevilla, Granada, Malaga, Cadiz, Jerez, etc., host some of the most popular and glamorous celebrations. Throughout the last several years, I have witnessed and participated in the processions in Sevilla, a unique experience. I’m convinced that the Holy Week in Sevilla is different. It’s pure emotion. People in Sevilla live it in a different way. The smell of orange blossoms in the streets, the participation of its people and the splendor of its nearly 60 brotherhoods, makes Sevilla’s Holy Week, a must see in Andalucia, different, unique, unsurpassable. The Semana Santa in Sevilla consists of eight days of processions, the first one on being on Palm Sunday, April 17th and finishing seven days later, on Resurrection Sunday. Throughout these days, approximately 60 brotherhoods will take to the streets, from their respective parishes, churches or chapels. From there they will

proceed to the Cathedral, and back “home”. The shortest route takes approximately four hours, and the longest about 14 hours. As you can see, there is a plenty of time to see everything you want. Generally the first brotherhoods start their route about noon. My advice, get a map/holy week program of Sevilla and locate the main points and streets of the day, taking into consideration that all brotherhoods are obliged to take a common route on their way to the Cathedral. To see a “Cofradia” in the street, I recommend you to choose an open area to avoid being squashed. A “Cofradia” is comprised of one, two or three “pasos.” A paso is a processional platform on which an episode of the gospel is represented. The paso moves thanks to the “costaleros” (the men under the platform) that carry the weight on their shoulders. They move little by little following the orders of the “capataz.” Some have music, others a deep and respectful silence. All “cofradias” are accompanied by “nazarenos” wearing their tunics and capirotes or “penitents. “La cruz de Guia,” or guiding cross, leads each group of Brotherhoods. Most of the brotherhoods have two “pasos” (floats). The first one usually shows Jesus, alone, crucified, carrying the cross or together with the Apostles. The last “paso” of each Brotherhood is known as “paso palio” where one can

see the Virgen Maria under a palio (a canopy) supported by 12 varales (bars) and always with “candeleria,” used to hold the candles lighting the Virgen. The music with many of them makes it more exciting to see the brotherhoods in the streets. Music bands accompanies some, but not all the processions. Of course, I do no want to forget to mention that eating “tapas” and traditional holy week cakes (torrijas), is another of the traditions these days. The bars and restaurants are usually

full. Be patient, and you will always find a place. Semana Santa shows the Spanish culture, religion and tradition. If you get the chance to attend this event, please do it!



April 7, 2011

Japan Stop Movement Lifted for Navy's Military Personnel

From Chief of Naval Personnel Affairs

WASHINGTON (NNS) -Navy released NAVADMIN 123/11 April 8th announcing the movement of Navy military personnel to commands and activities in Japan is authorized, effective immediately. "America's Navy has been committed to supporting our longtime ally, as well as keeping the safety of our Sailors, civilians and families a top priority during this difficult time," explained Vice Adm. Mark Ferguson, chief of naval personnel. "We can now sustain the movement of our Sailors to units throughout Japan, but will continue to hold families from moving to certain areas until we can ensure they can be fully supported."

The stop movement order will remain in effect for all military dependents whose sponsors are under orders to report to commands or activities on Honshu Island, which includes bases in Atsugi, Misawa, Iwakuni and Yokosuka. For those family members with orders to areas outside Honshu, such as Sasebo and Okinawa, they may be authorized to accompany their Sailor with an updated dependent entry approval by the base Commanding Officer (CO). For dependents of service members with orders to the island of Honshu (e.g. Atsugi, Misawa, and Yokosuka), the impact of this stop movement on allowances will be highly dependent on their

individual circumstances. These families should read NAVADMIN 123/11 to learn what types of support they may be eligible for and should contact their local Personnel Support Detachment or Navy Personnel Command's Customer Service Center with questions based on their specific circumstances. Sailors, families and commands with questions may contact the NPC Customer Service Center at 1-866-U-ASK-NPC (1-866-827-5672). To read the updated stop movement message (NAVADMIN 123/11) and learn what support may be available to those families still affected, visit www.

Troops to Receive Full Mid-month Pay on April 15th by Jim Garamone, American Forces Press

Sailors assigned to Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (HS) 14 and Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light (HSL) 51 depart the Naval Air Facility (NAF) Misawa terminal as they prepare to board an airplane bound for NAF Atsugi. HS-14 and HSL-51 were temporarily repositioned to NAF Misawa in support of Operation Tomodachi. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st

WASHINGTON (NNS) All service members will receive their full mid-month pay they have earned in their April 15th paychecks, Pentagon officials said April 11. "Basically, all active duty and reserve service members will receive full mid-month pay on the 15th of April," Pentagon spokesman Marine Col. Dave Lapan said. "It may be in two separate payments, but on the 15th everyone will receive their full allotted pay." Confusion arose about the April 15 payday due to the threatened closure of the U.S. government last week. Administration and congressional leaders came to an agreement that ended that action late on April 8. The Defense Finance and Accounting Service had posted "net pay advice" to some service members, telling them what to expect in their accounts.


OHA Survey for Spain Continues By NAVSTA Rota Public Affairs Office

All military members who reside in privately leased houses in Spain and receive an Overseas Housing Allowance now have the opportunity to complete the 2011 OHA and Recurring Maintenance Survey. The survey will be available through April 30 at the following internet address: eg4e. “The Overseas Housing Allowance is a valuable entitlement for military members who are stationed in Spain,” said Lt. Ben Tisdale, NAVSTA public affairs officer. “The time and effort spent answering the survey questions will enable the Department of Defense to ensure we are getting the right amount of OHA. Therefore, we need everyone who qualifies for OHA to participate in this survey.” Participants will be asked to provide the average monthly cost of utilities and routine maintenance. No outside contractors or DoD civilians will be involved in the survey, and private homeowners do not need to take this survey, as historically their expense data is different from renters upon which the program is based. To complete the survey, respondents should have actual bills or records of their utility expenses and maintenance expenses for the last 12 months. They will be expected to compute a monthly average for each of these expenses. Respondents may take the survey at home with their spouses and should make every effort to reflect actual incurred expenses. The data will be used to compute scientifically accurate OHA allowances for military personnel in Spain, so accuracy in completing the survey is critical. “Remember to report the currency used to pay them,” said Tisdale. “For example, if electricity was paid in Euros, do not convert to dollars.” For more information regarding the survey, contact Maj. Manuel Marino, the point-of-contact for the Spain OHA survey at manuel. "Those net pay advice statements were made … before we knew there was an agreement to fund the government," Lapan said. "When those were posted they only showed partial payments, but again, everyone will receive their full pay on the 15th for the duty served and it may be in more than one deposit." Officials urge service members to check their end-of-month leave and earnings statements carefully. The normal end-of-month statements will be posted to accounts on April 22.

USS Monterey Visits Naples During Inaugural Missile Defense Deployment By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Edward Vasquez, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/ Commander, U.S. 6th Fleet Public, Affairs

NAPLES, Italy (NNS) -- The Ticonderoga class guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey (CG 61) arrived in Naples, Italy, April 10, during a regularly scheduled port visit. During the port visit, Vice Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr., Commander, U.S. Sixth Fleet is scheduled to come aboard to speak with the crew. "This is an important port visit for us becauzse we will meet with Vice Adm. Harris and members of his staff," said Capt. James W. Kilby, Monterey commanding officer. "It is significant because many of the exercises and operations we will be conducting will help define the mission for following European Phased Adaptive Approach (EPAA) ships." Sailors from Monterey will also have the opportunity to visit Rome, tour the Colosseum, the Circus Maximums, and the Baths of Caracalla during guided tours.

"This is a good time to pull in, our Sailors will get to see Rome and it is just before Easter so Rome should be exciting," said Master Chief Keith Mahaffey, Monterey command master chief. "A lot of our Sailors have never visited Naples before, and I think that this will be one of our best liberty ports for our deployment." The Monterey is the first U.S. Ship to participate in the European Phased Adaptive Approach for missile defense architecture with NATO members' missile defense capabilities, as well as with the emerging NATO command and control network. Throughout her deployment, the Monterey will be touring NATO member states and demonstrating the ship's Ballistic Missile Defense capability. Monterey, homeported out of Norfolk, Va., is on a scheduled six-month deployment in the U.S. Sixth Fleet area of responsibility.

USS Monterey conducts a close-in weapons system (CIWS) live fire test. operating in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class


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NMCB 74 – We Build, We Fight… We Entertain Photos and Story by MC1(SCW/SW/AW) Ryan Wilber

Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 74’s main body site at Camp Mitchell in Rota, Spain hosted “Rota Idol,” an American Idol-like singing competition. Enthusiasm for the event was generated in Spain due to the overwhelming success of “Afghanistan Idol,” the singing competition the battalion put on last year. According to NMCB 74 Executive Officer Lt. Cmdr. Tom Lyons, troops began to approach him with the request for a Rota Idol shortly after arriving in Spain. “You asked for Rota Idol. We’re giving it to you,” said Lyons as he addressed the troops during the show’s opening. “Deployments are difficult on the Seabees, and there isn’t a lot of down time where you can sit back and forget about the rigors of deployment. We work long hours on deployment, day in and day out. This was a great opportunity to get everyone together, have some fun, enjoy the talent, and share a few laughs. Based on the response from the Seabees, I think we accomplished just that,” said Lyons. Thirteen contestants performed for a crowd of more than 150 Seabees during the threehour event. Staying as true to American Idol as possible, the audience voted by ballot for their favorite performer. Utilitiesman 3rd Class Joshua Ledestich won over the audience with his original remake of Save Tonight by Eagle-Eye Cherry he called “Wear Hardhats” and was named “NMCB 74’s Rota Idol.” “For that night, everyone came together just to be together. I encourage this command to keep doing it annually. It’s the best Morale, Welfare and Recreation event, and command event that I will ever be a part of,” said Ledestich. “I felt like a rock star for like two seconds. It was pretty cool.” NMCB 74’s Navy Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) team took advantage of the large audience and used the opportunity to educate troops and raise money. A donation box was placed at the front of the barbecue line, where food was prepared by the battalion’s Second Class Petty Officers Association, and sold concessions during the show. The team raised nearly 600-dollars by night’s end. “We wanted to make a little bit of money and get the word out there about what the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society is about. This is a cause that is near and dear to my heart, and helping with these fundraisers is to give back for when they helped me,” said Builder First Class William Lathan, NMCB 74’s NMCRS assistant command coordinator. In the end, it takes Seabees from every company in the battalion working together to put on a first-rate show such as the one held at Camp Mitchell, which once again showcases the Seabee “Can-Do” spirit as they build, they fight or as in this case – entertain.



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Above Par and Proud of it: Wounded Warrior Golf Tournament


Story By MC2 Brendan Morgan and Photos by MCC(SW/AW) Mikel Bookwalter

COMNAVACTS Capt. Bill Mosk tees off from the first hole of the inaugural Wounded EOD Warrior Golf Tournament, April 8th. The tournament raised approximately $10,000 for the Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation which assists with travel and lodging of family members during medical treatment for wounded Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians.

With Master’s season in full swing, Naval Station Rota played host to a different kind of golf tournament April 8 with players not competing for a green jacket or trophy, but to raise money for wounded service members. Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 8, based here, sponsored the tournament, which raised money and awareness for explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) technicians injured in the line of duty. It’s just something that needed to be done. I’ve played in these tournaments back in the States,” said Master Chief Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician Brian Farris, the event’s coordinator. Thirty-six teams hit the links of the Capt. Jake Dennis Memorial Golf Course and raised approximately $5,000, but that only ended up being about half of the money raised in total. Frederik Aakerlund from the Forum Security Group, doubled the day’s fundraising efforts when he handed over a check for $5,000 at the end of the tournament. “We had no idea that he was going to make such a donation. He heard about the tournament, and one of our guys sponsored him to get on the base,” said Farris. “He stayed around all day, and at the awards ceremony he donated $5,000.” All the proceeds raised will be delivered back the the EOD Wounded Warrior Foundation Headquarters by Farris to be used to help family members of wounded EOD technicians, covering travel and lodging expenses through a grant program, so they can be together throughout the recovery and rehabilitation process. “I’m overwhelmed by the reception of it. It’s fantastic,” said Farris. The money raised benefits EOD members but the donors, attendees and volunteers came from all walks of the Rota community. Rota’s Chief Petty Officer Mess turned out, barbecuing and giving away hot food and cold drinks to players and spectators. “We’re Sailors. It’s not just an EOD event, it’s a Sailors’ event. So when the [Chief Petty Officer Mess] was asked, we said ‘we’re here for you, what do you need from us,” said Chief Master-at-Arms Kevin Oney. This is the tournament’s first year, but if community interest is high enough, Farris said EODMU 8 hopes it will be the first of many. “We’re about at a full field, and that’s great. We’re doing some stuff out here that people will remember and will want to be part of next year and that’s the goal, to make it an annual event,” said Farris.

A participant tees off in front of the Hall of Heros display during the golf tournament.

CMDCM Charles Scavo takes a mulligan the first tee during the inaugural Wounded EOD Warrior Golf Tournament fund raiser, April 8th.



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OUTSTANDING ROTA, SPAIN TEEN TO COMPETE FOR BOYS & GIRLS CLUB'S OF AMERICAS STATE YOUTH OF THE YEAR HONOR DGF students acted as young ambassadors as they hosted a group from Rota, Spain, April 1, 2011 – Austin Hall is a true example of an extraordinary young man. At age 17, he has just been selected to compete against other Boys & Girls Club members for the Naval Station Rota, Spain Youth of the Year title. As the Youth of the Year for installation, Hall is among hundreds of local youth across the country recognized by Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) for his sound character, leadership skills and willingness to give back to the community. Austin Hall is a 17 year old, Junior at DGF High School. He has an actve role in the community volunteering at AFN and the Youth Center. He is involved with many different extracurricular activities at school including cheerleading, soccer, and JROTC. His father, Monty Hall, has been in the Air Force for 18 years, which has given

Austin the opportunity to grow up at four different bases around the world. This, along with the support of his family has taught him to be positive and adaptable. “Austin Hall is an amazing young man with lots of potential. I am proud of Austin for all of his accomplishments and appreciative for all of his hard work in the community. He is an asset to our organization and the installation.” said Tiffany McKelvy, Boys & Girls Club of Naval Station Rota. Being named Youth of the Year is the highest honor a Boys & Girls Club member can receive. The title recognizes outstanding contributions to a member’s family, school, community and Boys & Girls Club, as well as personal challenges and obstacles overcome. This program was founded over 60 years ago. Hall will now be competing for the title of Navy Region Europe Youth of the Year. If he achieves this honor he will compete for worldwide Youth of the Year with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.

TAXE DEADLINE MESSAGE Overseas personnel. Personnel assigned overseas, including Japan, receive an automatic two-month extension to 15 June 2011 to file and pay their 2010 income taxes. This extension is automatic for service members on an assigned tour outside the United States and Puerto Rico on 18 April 2011. Overseas personnel and dependents who return to the United States before 18 April 2011 on a temporary basis, including those who evacuated Japan, qualify for the automatic two-month extension because they are still considered to be assigned overseas (so long as they are not reassigned to the United States). As a reminder, this automatic two-month extension is for filing and paying only, so taxpayers who owe taxes (and will not have a refund from the IRS) will be charged interest on any unpaid amounts beginning 18 April. However, they will not be charged a late payment penalty or a late filing penalty. Please note that a majority of active duty personnel do not owe any taxes and will receive a refund from the IRS. Personnel who are married and file a joint return need only one spouse to qualify for both to use the extension. If filing separately, each spouse must separately qualify as living overseas to use the extension. To use this automatic extension if filing after 18 April, you must attach a statement to your return explaining which situation qualifies you for the extension. If you file at a military VITA center, the tax preparer can enter the overseas extension explanation on your electronic return.




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In God's I m a g e You’ve perhaps heard the phrase that we were “made in God’s image.” This concept comes from the creation story in chapter 1 of the book of Genesis: “so God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” But what is Chaplain Steven Fisher most striking to me is exactly what the Bible describes as the image of God. You notice that it is not simply one person, or even numerous people – but specifically “male and female.” In short, when God wished to create “his image” on this world, he created a married couple. This is how significant marriage is – not simply a useful institution, but a direct reflection of the glory and love of our creator. This is why at least in part why marriage should be held in such high esteem and honored as the gift from God that it is. Moreover, as God is the source of all good and perfect things, it is he that made marriage as good as it can be. Thus I continue to encourage you to seek whatever opportunities are there to grow in your marriage – and to continue to discover just how joyous, tender, passionate, and full of delight God created this relationship to be. And so, I will mention one exciting upcoming opportunity. The chapel will be hosting a CREDO marriage retreat program on May 13 - 15. This is, of course, open to everyone, regardless of your religious background or whether or not you have a religious background. This is a wonderful opportunity for a weekend away with some time set aside for strengthening and enriching your marriage. Your room and meals will be covered at the wonderful Barceló resort hotel in Costa Ballena. Slots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please call the chapel to register. If you would like to speak with a chaplain for any reason please call the Religious Ministries Department at 727-2161.


Announcements Call 727-2161 for more information on Chapel events.

Evening Adult Bible Study

This adult Bible Study begins with a meal at 6:30 p.m. Thursday evenings with group study from 7 - 8 p.m.

PWOC Bible Study

The Protestant Women of the Chapel meet Thursdays, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. for Bible study, fellowship and food. All are welcome and childcare is free.

Book of Revelation Bible Study

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Christian Fellowship For Men

Having difficulty finding meaning in life? Struggling with sin? Looking to grow in your relationship with Christ? Join Christian Fellowship for Men at the Sea View Pines Community Center Wednesdays, 8 p.m. for fellowship, Bible-study and prayer. Men of all ages, ranks and services are invited to attend. Contact Jeremy Grennan at neverfayd@ or Ben Tisdale at wbtisdale@ for more information.



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Holy Week Processions Rota

Palm Sunday Brotherhood: Nuestro Padre Jesús de la Paz en su Triunfante Entrada en Jerusalén: (One float) Capilla de San Roque; Plaza San Roque. Leaves the church at 6 p.m. and returns to the church at 9:30 p.m. Holy Monday Brotherhood: Santísimo Cristo del Amor y Ntra. Sra. de la Esperanza del Calvario (two floats) Parroquia de Ntra. Sra. del Carmen, Calle Calvario. Leaves the church at 8:30 p.m. and returns to the church at 1:30 a.m. Holy Tuesday Brotherhood: Nuestro Padre Jesús Cautivo y Rescatado: (one float) Parroquia de Ntra. Sra. de la O; Plaza Bartolomé Pérez. Leaves the church at 8:30 p.m. and returns to the church at 2:00 a.m. Holy Wednesday Brotherhood: Nuestro Padre Jesús de la Salud en sus Tres Caídas, María Santísima de la Caridad y San Juan Evangelista; (two floats) Capilla de San Juan Bautista “La Caridad”; Plaza de Andalucía. Leaves the church at 8:30 p.m. and returns to the church at 1:30 a.m. Holy Thursday Brotherhood: Nuestra Señora de los Dolores y Santísimo Cristo de la Caridad (One float) Capilla de San Juan Bautista “La Caridad”; Plaza de Andalucía. Leaves the church at 7:15 p.m. and returns to the church at 12:30 a.m. Good Friday Brotherhood: Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno, María Santísima de la Amargura y San Juan Evangelista; (Three floats) Parroquia de Ntra. Sra. de la O, Plaza Bartolomé Pérez. Leaves the church at 8:00 a.m. and returns to the church at noon. Brotherhood: Santísimo Cristo de la Veracruz y María Santísima de las Angustias. (Two floats) Capilla de San Roque; Plaza San Roque. Leaves the church at 6:45 p.m. and returns to the church at 12:30 a.m. Brotherhood: Santo Entierro de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo y Soledad de María Santísima. (Two floats) Parroquia de Ntra. Sra. de la O; Plaza Bartolomé Pérez. Leaves the church at 8:00 p.m. and returns to the church at 1:30 a.m. Easter Sunday Brotherhood: Nuestro Padre Jesús Resucitado en su Divina Misericordia, (One float) Parrish Ntra. Sra. del Carmen; Calle Calvario. Leaves the church at 10:30 a.m. and returns at 2:30 p.m.. Puerto de Santa María Palm Sunday Botherhood: Hermandad de la Entrada de Ntro. Señor Jesucristo en Jerusalén y Ntra. Sra. De la Entrega. (Two floats); Parrish Nuestra Sra del Carmen y San Marcos, Calle Aurora: Leaves the church at 3:45 p.m. and returns at 11:15 p.m. Botherhood: Hermandad y Cofradía de Nazarenos del Stmo. Cristo de la Flagelación, María Santísima de la Amargura; (Two floats) Parrish San Joaquín; Calle Cielo. Leaves the church at 4:55 p.m. and returns at 11:15 p.m. Holy Monday Brotherhood: Sacramental y Cofradía de Nazarenos de Nuestro Padre Jesús de los Afligidos, María Santísima del Rosario en sus Misterios Dolorosos y San Francisco de Asis; (Two floats) Chapel Hospital de San Juan de Dios, Calle Micaela Aramburu. Leaves the church at 7:15 p.m. and returns at 11:30 p.m. Holy Tuesday Brotherhood: Santísimo Cristo de la Misericordia y Nuestra Señor de la Piedad;(Two flotas), Prioral Church, Plaza de España. Leaves the church at 19:00 and returns at 01:15. Brotherhood: Nuestro Padre Jesús Cautivo y María Santísimo del Dolor y Sacrificio; (Two flotas), Prioral Church, Plaza de España. Leaves the church at 8:30 p.m. and returns at 12:20 a.m. Holy Wednesday Brotherhood: De la Sagrada Oración de Nuestro señor Jesucirsto en el Huerto y María Santísima de Gracia y Esperanza; (Two floats), Prioral Church, Plaza de España. Leaves the church at 7:30 p.m. and returns at 12:15 a.m. Holy Thursday Brotherhood: Santísimo Cristo de la Humildad y Paciencia y Nuestr Señora del Desconsuelo; (Two floats), Chapel Nuestra Señora del Rosario de la Aurora; Calle San Sebastián. Leaves the church at 7:30 p.m. and returns at 1:15 a.m. Good Friday Brotherhood: Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno y María Santísima de los Dolores; (Two floats), Prioral Church, Plaza de España. Leaves the church at 5:00 a.m. and returns at noon. Brotherhood: Santísimo Cristo de la Vera-Cruz, Nuestra Señora del Mayor Dolor, San Juan Evangelista y María Santísimo de Consolación y Lágrimas. (Two floats), Parrish San Joaquín, Calle Cielo. Leaves the church at 7:15 p.m. and returns at 12:45 am. Brotherhood: Cofradía de Nazarenos de Nuestra Madre y Señora de la Soledad, Santo Entierro de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo y San Francisco de Paula; (Three floats), Prioral Church; Plaza de España. Leaves the church at 8:30 p.m. and returns at 12:30 a.m.



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ETC(SW/AW) Jason Day Retires After 20 Years of Military Service Photos by MCC (SW/AW) Mikel Bookwalter

For 20 years Chief Electronics Technician (SW/AW) Jason Day has served his country with honor, courage and commitment. On April 7th, 2011, Day held his retirement ceremony at the base chapel, where those who served with him joined his family and friends in commemorating his service to his country. Day reported to Naval Station Rota, Spain in June of 2007 as the ground electronics leading chief petty officer. His previous assignments inlcude: USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) March 2004 - May 2007 NRD Montgomery July 1999 - October 2003 NAS Sigonella April 1996 - June 1999 USS DOYLE (FFG-39) March 1994 March 1996 USS Canopus (AS-34) February 1992February 1994 The active duty chiefs salute you; your retired chiefs welcome you. Fair winds and following seas chief, you stand relieved.




Fleet & Family Support Center Call 727-3232 to pre-register for all FFSC functions.

Grief Support Group

April 14 and April 28, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Have you recently suffered the loss of a loved one? Need someone to provide a safe environment and walk beside you as you go through the grieving process? This confidential group is designed to assist you as you work through your grief. Join us.

Ten Steps to Federal Employment

April 15, 8:30 – 11:30 a.m, The Federal government is the largest employer in America! This class will cover the steps you need to make the challenging process of landing a Federal job an achievable goal.

Lunch & Learn: Getting to Know Madrid

April 18, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Learn what Madrid has to offer from accommodations and shopping to art and culture and how to move around by underground. Whether you go by plane, train, bus or driving, enjoy this spring in Madrid while staying on a budget.

Assertive Communication

April 18, 1 – 2:30 p.m. at FFSC. Do you having trouble saying “no”, even when you really want to? Do you feel like people walk all over you? Would you like to know yourself and build your self-esteem? Join us and learn practical ways of expressing yourself. Saving & Investing April 19, 9 -10 a.m. Retirement? Kids college? TSP? 401K? This dynamic workshop gives you information you need to make an informed decision about your future. New Spanish Classes for Beginners April 19 & 20 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. . Learn how to improve your Spanish while living in Spain with our new Spanish class program. Discover a new aspect of the Spanish language taught by a Spanish teacher. Classes are free, you only need pen and paper, we take care of the rest. This two month course is scheduled for April and May. Nurturing Parenting- Engaging Cooperation April 19, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m at the CDC. “Personal Power & Choices.” Help your children take ownership for their feelings and responsibility for their choices. Exercises in this class will help your children learn to treat themselves and others with respect. All parents of children ages 2-12 are welcome to attend.

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Lunch & Learn: Getting to Know Madrid April 18, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Learn what Madrid has to offer from accommodations and shopping to art and culture and how to move around by underground. Whether you go by plane, train, bus or driving, enjoy this spring in Madrid while staying on a budget.

Credit Management April 20, 10 - 11 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. Field Trip: Semana Santa in Jerez. April 20, 6 - 11 p.m. Holy Week is one of the most important and celebrated festivals in Spain. Semana Santa has its origins in the 15th century with the Via Crucis, a procession that reconstructed the trials and tribulations of Christ bearing the cross on the road to the Calvary. Even if you are not interested in the religious aspect, Spanish Holy Week is impressive. Join us to see one of the best Semana Santa Parades in Andalucía and to understand its significance. Smooth Move April 21, 9 - 11 a.m. If you have orders and are getting ready to PCS, 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 is your umpteenth PCS, you might get some new and useful information about the PCS process and information about your new duty station.

April Is Sexual Assault Awareness Month By Fleet and Family Support Center

Every April, the Department of DEvery April, the Department of Defense (DoD) takes a concerted stand against sexual assault as it observes Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). This year’s theme for SAAM is “Hurt one. Affect all.” Throughout the month, tables will be set up in front of various buildings with volunteers passing out information regarding Sexual Assault Awareness. We also have free movie night every Monday at the base theater. We are will be having our “3rd Annual SAPR Walk” on April 21st, 1600, through Las Palmera’s housing on behalf of sexual assault victims. We encourage everyone to come and walk with us. Every individual must understand that we have a duty

to safely intervene and prevent the crime of sexual assault. This walk will demonstrate that we, as a military community, believe that sexual assault cannot be tolerated. Also, we have self defense class. This class will teach participants how to use awareness, intuition, boundaries, and leverage to unlock all the safety strategies they will ever need. Participants will practice their new skills, hands-on in a friendly, supportive, and comfortable environment If you wish to participant in any of the activities during this month, please call 727-3232 to speak to Janet Harris.

Victim Advocate 24/7 Response Helpline INSTALLATION 24/7 Contact # EUROPE, AFRICA, SOUTHWEST Bahrain 011-973-3940-3906 Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti Africa 011-253-641-338 Menwithhill Station England NAS Sigonella 335-642-8312 NS Rota


Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Training . The Victim Advocate’s role is fundamental to the success of the sexual assault support program. This should not just be a collateral duty or a bullet for an evaluation. Advocates need to have certain personality traits and characteristics such as empathy, good listening skills, respect for different people, discretion, commitment, ability to work within established guidelines, that will make them a good “fit” to the program. Advocates must have the time available to do the initial 30 hour training plus ongoing training (one hr/month), and the ability to carry the phone for a week at a time. Also, if they receive a call while carrying the phone, they need to have the time to meet the needs of the victim over the following weeks as necessary. The Sexual Assault Prevention Responce program is an important program that needs to be staffed with the right people. If you have someone in your department that would be interested in becoming a victim advocate, please have them contact Janet Harris, the Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Coordinator at 727-3232 or stop by

the FFSC. Anyone interested in your departments/commands, please encourage them to attend the training.

Janet Harris, NAVSTA Rota Sexual Assault Response Coordinator is an advocate for sexual assault victims and educates the community on sexual assault and how to prevent it.


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Community News Annual Firearm Inspection

The Spanish Naval Authorities require the annual inspection of privately owned firearms to be conducted during April. Personnel in possession of firearms with gun registration documents, Guias, issued by the Spanish navy prior to January 1, 2011 must bring their firearms and respective Guias to the Firearms Registrar at security, building 3262, Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. except April 21 -22 which are Spanish holidays. Owners of firearms stored with security are not required to bring the firearm for inspection, only the Guia for appropriate annotation. Failure to comply with this inspection is violation of Spanish law and may result in cancellation of the Guia and confiscation of the firearm. Contact Sr. Miguel Martin-Niño at 727-2760 for more information.

U.S. Embassy Presents Immigrant Visa Brief in Rota

Active duty military, family members and those who qualify to apply for immigration, can sit down one-on-one with one a U.S. Embassy representative. The immigrant visa brief is tentatively scheduled for May in the Community Service Building 3293. The Immigrant Visa Chief will be in attendance to accept the I-130 petitions. For more information or to make the appointment, please contact the NLSO at 727-2531 or e-mail

NMCRS Thrift Shop Has Moved

STAP Are you an Active Duty Navy or Marine Corps spouse looking to go to school next semester, but you don’t know where you’re going to get the money? Don’t qualify for MyCAA? Come in to the NavyMarine Corps Relief Society to apply for an interest free loan to go to school! Whether you’re taking classes to work towards your Associates, Bachelor’s, Master’s, certifications or more we can help! This is an overseas only program, so take advantage while you’re here! Call 727-1614 to make an appointment today! NMCRS Change to Office Hours The NMCRS Office will be open from 0930-1500 from Monday 11 April through Friday 22 April. The office will resume normal business hours from 0900-1600 Monday 25 April. If you need emergency assistance, please call the Relief Service Assistant Shana Howell at 660-984-511.

Navy College

The Navy Marine Corps Relief Society thrift shop has moved to its new location, building 222, next to NCTAMS. Hours are Monday, Wednesday,Friday and the third Saturday of the month 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. with priority shopping for active duty personnel from 11 - 11:30 a.m. Opening hours are dependent on volunteers; if there are no volunteers, we will be closed. If interested in helping at the thrift shop, call 727-1614 or stop by our office in building 3293 for more information.

Navy College Graduation Recognition Ceremony

Budget for Baby Are you an expectant parent that would like assistance in planning for your new baby? This class provides resources to help families become more aware of the costs related to the birth of a child, and information on making better financial choices. This can be especially useful for new mothers to the Rota community. Eligible parents receive a Junior Sea Bag containing Gerber products, a handmade item such as a blanket or sweater set and additional free items. You do not have to be active duty or a dependant to go to this class and receive free gifts. Sign up at the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society office (Bldg 3293). Call 727-1614 for more information.

UMUC Session II Registration/Book Awards

If you received your college degree since the summer of 2010, or plan on graduating by December 2011, you are invited to participate in the Navy College Graduation Recognition Ceremony, 11:30 a.m., at the base chapel, May 20. Contact the Navy College Office to registar for the program by April 15. Call 727-2711 or email for more information. Registration for University of Maryland University College Europe’s face-to-face and on-line courses is scheduled until April 3 with classes beginning the following day. Students can apply for a book award to offset textbook costs, including the $100 Orkand Military Book Award for enlisted service members and the $100 Europe Book Award for spouses and family members. For information, go to http://

UMUC Field Study Courses

Travel and explore Europe while earning university credit with University of Maryland University College Europe’s field study courses. Two upcoming courses are Scotland: Culture, Literature, and History is scheduled to be held in historic sites throughout Scotland and History and Culture of Naples is scheduled to be held in Italy May 15 -2 1. Registration deadline is April 24. Visit or e-mail for details.You can also contact the local UMUC representative at 727-2917.

Relay For Life

Get your team together and register at for the Relay For Life April 29, at the MWR track. Volunteers, team captains and participants are needed. Join in the fight against cancer. For more information call Molly Croft at 7274003 or Heidi Taylor at 956-81-1442.

Relay For Life

Relay For Life of NAVSTA Rota invites all cancer survivors and their caretakers to participate in a special ceremony to honor their fight against cancer. For more information, contact Barbara Nelson at


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YAFIT: Get Fit Now! El ultimo re-opens.

Yafit can more or less be translated as “Get Fit Now." The idea is to get fit through outdoor exercise programs. This is something that makes a lot of sense with the climate we have here. The business is owned and operated by Natalie and Joana. Both arrived in El Puerto in September of 2010 from very different backgrounds. Natalie came over with her partner from England and Joana with By Karen Lucas, Coastline Publisher her family from Madrid. They met as neighbors 607-56-4132 and soon became firm friends, realizing they had a lot in common. Joana, having recently had a baby, wanted to re-gain some of her fitness and Natalie wanted to learn to instruct classes in Spanish, thus the partnership began to form! Practicing Yoga and other types of exercise on Joana’s patio, Natalie started to learn the language necessary to work in the profession she loves and Joana started to become fit again. As the weeks turned into months the ideas of creating a business together began. Natalie worked for over 14 years in the fitness industry and ran a successful exercise studio in the north of England. Her passion for fitness and her ability to teach all different types of exercise works well alongside Joana’s skills. Joana previously worked as a Purchaser for Ikea throughout Portugal and Spain and hence has fantastic marketing, accounting and business skills. They both moved to El Puerto to experience life in a warm climate, by the sea so Outdoor exercise was the natural path to follow. Together they have created Yafit - Exercise Solutions, a fitness company offering a wide range of services which not only meets the demands of the public but brings modern, popular training methods from England. Outdoor Bootcamps guarantee fat loss and a



drop in clothes size in only 4 weeks, Outdoor Yoga and Pilates offer an English touch, especially the focus on Power Yoga (similar to Madonna’s Yoga Program). Natalie’s ability to create multi-level classes means all the sessions are suitable for all levels of fitness, from beginners to advanced and they all come with a beautiful view of the sea! Classes are held at El Ancla, Paseo Maritimo. Personal Training is delivered at the client’s home or with Natalie on her terrace. Natalie creates personalized workouts and nutrition advice for every client and can help with injuries, rehabilitation and lots more! To top it all, Yafit offers Thai Massage brought to the comfort of your home. A fantastic, full body massage experience taken fully clothed on a futon on the floor. They say its like doing a Yoga class without doing the Yoga!!! Joana and Natalie are both trained in Children’s Yoga and are hoping to expand the business to include these classes very soon. One fantastic bonus is that they offer 1 class free for all Outdoor sessions. All times and days are shown on their blog: HYPERLINK " or" look for Yafit-Exercise Solutions on Facebook and Twitter. El Último officially reopens next Wednesday, April 20th!! It may open sooner, but the official date is the 20th. I know this will make many of you very happy since I have heard a lot of people lamenting the fact that they were closed. For those of you unfamiliar with El Último, it is a bar with Latin flavor located right outside the Fuentebravía/housing Gate. This week we are publishing a photo of the Restaurant La Marítima located in Valdelagrana. I was unable to get one when they ran their first ad last month. They have great food in a wonderful setting with reasonable prices. Remember that

during the off-season the restaurant only opens Friday, Saturday and Sunday for lunch and dinner. One bit of advice: call for reservations (956 560156) because they often fill up, especially on nice days when everyone wants to go out. Give it a try and enjoy! Tomorrow will be International Night at Molly Malone with typical dishes from several countries. Anything you want me to pass along? Let me hear from you about your favorite places or coming events. I do like hearing from you! Send me an e-mail to or give me a call at 607-564132. Support your paper by supporting the advertisers. Anything you want me to pass along? Let me hear from you about your favorite places or coming events. I do like hearing from you! Send me an e-mail to or give me a call at 607-564132. Support your paper by supporting the advertisers.


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Flamenco Flamenco, Jerez de la Frontera, Fridays and Saturdays at 9 p.m., El Lagar del Tio Parrilla, Plaza del Mercado Flamenco show – Rota Saturdays at 6 p.m., Bombay Pub, Avenida San Fernando, Saturdays and Sundays 11:30 p.m., Mamajuana Pub, at the Marina Flamenco show – Sanlucar de Barrameda Fridays at 10 p.m., Bodega de Arte “A Contratiempo” Flamenco, Bodega El Algarrobo, Siete Revueltas street, 7, El Puerto, Fridays and Saturdays at 10 p.m.

Sports Costa de la Luz Rota - Chipiona Marathon, April 10, 9:30 a.m., 15 euros, call 956-84-0010 or 956-92-9067 for more information. Andalucia Tennis Experience (International Series of WTA), now until April 10, Puente Romamo Tennis Club, Marbella. For more info visit

Eat/Drink Until May 29, Third Manzanilla (Sanlucar typical wine) and “Tapa” route, May 26 - 29, Barbate (Cadiz) - “Feria del Atun” (Tuna fish feria) Gonzalez Byass Bodega – Jerez de la Frontera, every day at noon, 1, 2, 5 and 6:30 p.m. Sandeman Bodega – Jerez de la Frontera, Mon, Wed, and Fri. at 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m. Osborne Bodega – El Puerto de Santa Maria, weekdays at 10:30 a.m.

Music El Arrebato, April 9, 9:30 p.m., Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos, La Linea de la Concepcion Music Festival “Fiesta de la Primavera” (Spring Fair), April 9, 2 - 9 p.m., music and flamenco concerts, Parque Almirante Laulhe, San Fernando, Cadiz Concurso de Saetas (Holy Week Songs contest), April 15, 9 p.m., Teatro Auditorio Vargas Blues Band, April 15, 11 p.m., Sala Milwaukee, Avda. Bajamar 10, El Puerto, admission: 15 Euros Fuel Fandango, April 23, 23:30 p.m., Sala Mailwaukee, Avda. Bajamar 10, El Puerto, admission: 8 Euros Revolver, April 30, 11:30 p.m., Real Teatro de las Cortes, San Fernando, admission: 15 & 25 Euros Foo Fighters and The Gaslight Anthem, Music Festival, July 6, Sports Pavilion, Madrid, foofighters


Bullfights Sevilla, April 24, Morante de la Puebla, El Juli, J.M. Manzanares

Arts “Memento-Momento” photo display by Kiam Marcelo Junio, opening tonight, 9:30 p.m., Sala de exposiciones La Calabaza Mecanica, Avda. San Fernando 1, Rota Permanent photos display by several local artists, Sanlucar de Barrameda, Circulo de Artesanos art gallery, San Juan street, Mon. through Fri., 5 to 8 p.m. El Arte Colonial Cuzqueno, painting display until May 15, Santa Catalina Castle, Cadiz

Activities Como Bailan los Caballos Andaluces (How Andalusian Horses Dance), every Thursday at 12 p.m., Recreo de las Cadenas, Avda Duque de Abrantes, Jerez de la Frontera, admission: 25 and 19 Euros

Semana Santa (Holy Week), April 17 - 24

“Recitales y Moda Flamenca en la Primavera de La Merced”,

Running of the Bulls, April 24, Arcos de la Frontera, Benamahoma, Vejer de la Frontera, Paterna de la Rivera

“Saborea Cadiz”, (exposition of wines, artisan and food), April 8 - 10, Recinto Ferial de Ifeca (by the Jerez fairgrounds), admission 2 Euros, www.guiadecadizcom

Feria de Primavera , Sevilla May 3 - 8, Rota May 5 - 8, El Puerto de Santa Maria May 11 - 16,

“Ruta de los Sentidos”, El Puerto de Santa Maria, guided tours of Bodegas Caballero, Bullring, San Marcos Castle and Food Market,

Feria del Caballo, May 8 -15, Jerez de la Frontera Feria de la Manzanilla June 1 - 5, Sanlucar El Rocio Pilgrimage, June 8 - 15, Almonte (Huelva) Feria del Carmen y de la Sal, July 12 - 17, San Fernando

Hippie Market, Buy, sell and exchange. Sanlucar de Barrameda – Calle Ramón y Cajal. Sundays, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Flea Market at Plaza de Andalucía, Chipiona Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Jerez de la Frontera, Alameda Vieja (by the Castle), Sundays, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.




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To place a classified ad submit information in 25 words or less by the Friday prior to desired publication date. Classifieds will run for one edition only. Free ads are available to TEI cardholders for non-commercial goods. E-mail submission to coastline@ or fax to 727-1021. 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 or fax to 956-54-2997.






1996 VOLVO 460 2.0: Great condition! 2,000 euros, manual trans, ABS, airbags, A/C, new tires, Alpine radio-cd player, 147 K. ITV good till Jan 12. All services performed and slept in the garage. Call 629-53-8454.

TV: 32” LCD Multi-System, bought new for $600 but asking for $300. Comes with 3 HDMI ports. Contact Mike or Ali 727-4057/1540 or 699-60-9256.

bdrm, 3 bath, terrace, fireplace, laundry rm, A/C cool and heat, 180m2 built, 500m2 lot, 1,200 euros/mo. Ref. AR003. Call 956-05-8525 or 692-67-2050.

TV: Sony 14” Multi system TV, KV-1485P w/remote, $80 or euro equivalent.

FLAT IN EL ANCLA: Ref: 04459, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, w/ or w/out furn, 130m2 built, great terrace w/ sea views, A/C, central heating, underground parking, swimming pool. Price: 1,200 euros/ mo. Call 956-85-2553 or 679-04-7237.

2008 FORD FIESTA: $6,900 euros 1.4 TDCI, 18,00 km, silver. Spanish taxes paid.

TV STAND: Brown wooden TV stand, $120. Call Chuck for pics. 608-65-6657

2008 SUZUKI BURGMAN 400 CC: Great cond, $1,500. Reaches 160+ kmh, ideal transport for your Rota tour, space for 2 helmets/large under-seat trunk, ITV good to 7/2012, won’t count against foreign vehicle limit. PCSing must sell. Call 727-4400.

YOUR BABY CAN READ DISK SET: Used 5 disk set by Dr. Robert Titzer. $50. Contact e mail at mypartylite@gmail.c om

2007 BANDIT 1250S: $4,400 OBO, Fun, sporty, great option if not wanting a sports bike. 16k, a few after market parts. Call for more info 609-83-3114


2007 BMW 3281: Great cond. $19,800 blue book value. 4 door, 6 speed, 30k miles, all prev maintenance done by BMW. Call for more info 618-48-9358 2007 FORD FIESTA: $6,900 euros. S i l ve r h atc h b a c k , s p a n i s h t a xe s paid. Call for more info 956-48-2052 2006 RENAULT SCENIC: $8,100 PCS’ing must sell.1.5 TDI diesel, 12,00 kms ( 72k miles), air cond, cruise control, airbags, ABS, six speed standard, excellent gas milage , ITV good till 2012. Priced well below others on segundomano. es. Call for more info 622-37-2527 2000 BMW 323I: Great car, 5,500 dollars, 58,000 miles, US specs, 4 door automatic, power lock windows and locks, sunroof, leather int, ext. phantom grey, contact 660-636-0081 or 956-87-2112 1998 FORD WINDSTAR: this is a van, $1,500 OBO. Call for more info 671-41-9055 1997 CHEVY MONTE CARLO LS: $4,200 OBO. Automatic, American spec, 2 door, Pwr locks and windows. Remote keyless entry. Cold A/C, new tires, new breaks and recently tuned up. ITV good through April. Looks and runs great!111k miles. Call 659-91-6168 or 727-4129 1994 MITSUBISHI: Must sell all or just parts. New tires , very good int. New windshield. Call 655-82-4554 or 856-02-5014







PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: Cleaning & maintenance, key handling, access to UK rental bookings. Call Ray at 956-10-8371. E L


APARTMEN T RENTALS IN PUERTO SHERRY: Short and long term apartments and holiday homes in Puerto de Santa Maria. Contact 956-54-0112. English spoken. BEAUTIFUL POOL VILLA NEAR PUERTO: American owned, fully or partially furn, w/ lockout rm, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, heat, A/C, walled private 1,200m2 plot, sun rm, pool, garden, huge patio, storage cabana w/ bath, new appliances, Sky TV/AFN satellite, pool/ garden maint. included, centrally located to Rota, Puerto and Jerez. Avail Feb. 1, email for photos and price. Contact 004915221311945 or BEAUTIFUL BEACH FRONT APT IN FUETEBRAVIA: American owned. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, A/C and heating. Satellite, telephone& internet incl. Lrg balcony over looking the ocean. Under ground parking& storage. Hot water and Condo fee incl. Call Robert at 619-08-9417 anytime. CHALET NEXT TO VISTAHERMOSA:Challet next to Soto de Vistahermosa and English Center. 4 ext bdrm w/ closets. 2 baths, living dinning rm w fireplace and A/C. Furnished kitchen, ample yard w automatic sprinkling system, storage shed , 2 porches, private parking. Call 607-50-3998 A/C. Furnished kitchen, ample yard w automatic sprinkling system, storage shed , 2 porches, private parking. Call 607-50-3998








FERIA DRESSES: Black w/ flowers fits a ladies size 6/8 $50. Tan w/ red polka dots ladies size 6/10 (room for alterations.) $100. Blue Floral print w/ jacket, ladies size 6/8 $75. Green polka dot 2 piece dress size 6/8 $90. Call 696-86-3936 FREEZER:Whirlpool upright, 21 cu ft, 110 $125 call 655-82-4554 or 856-02-5014 GLASS DINNING TABLE: The table comes w 3 chairs. $40 Call Chuck for pics. 608-65-6657 KITE: 2007 Best Waroo 15.0m kite, bow w/ bag, Swivel Waroo 2007 4-line depower control bar, lines, pump and tubes. Great cond. $600. Ask to email picture. For more info call 690-27-9122.

DUBLEX W/ VIEWS: next to the base, 4 bdrms, 3 baths, kitchen w/ laundry rm, lvg and dinning area w terrance, central AC/ heat and parking. Asking $1,200 euros. Inc community fees. Contact Coco (English Speaking) at 956-48-0973 or 699-79-4899 EL AGUILA: Independant chalet, 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath, fireplace, garage, very good orientation, can be rented w/ or w/out furn. 900 euros/mo. Ref: AR001. Call 956-05-8525 or 692-67-2050. EL AGUILA: 2 story apt. Kitchen has all the appliances. 4 bdrm, 3 baths, central heating and ac. Big terrace with views to the ocean of Rota and Cadiz. Beautiful garden downstairs. Very nice neighborhood. $1,200 euros/ mo. Call for more info 619-46-4321. English speaking. EL MANATIAL: Independant chalet, 4

FLAT IN FUENTEBRAVIA: 3 bdrm, salon, kitchen full equipped kitchen, community pool, garage, 450 euros/ mo. Call 956-48-2250 and 691-35-4180. FLAT IN FUENTEBRAVIA : Furnished flat next to Fuentebravia gate. 3 ext bdrms, 2 baths, living/dinning rms, kitchen, 2 terraces, private parking 2 pools (adults & children).(19 palabras -7 euros por salida)Call 607-50-3998 HOUSE IN FUENTEBRAVIA: Detached house, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, lvg and dng area w/ fireplace, central A/C & heat. Beautiful kitchen also incl laudry rm. Lrg yrd w/ auto gate for 2 cars. Close to the beach &base. ASking price $1,250 euros (incl gradener). Contact Coco 596-48-0973 or 699-79-4899 HOUSE IN FUENTEBRAVIA: 2 floors salon w/ fireplace, 40m2 of garden, 2 1/2 bath, 4 bdrm, 100m from beach bdrm, w/o furn. Price 750 euros/mo. Call 956-48-2250 or 691-35-4180. TOWNHOUSE IN FUENTEBRAVIA: 120 m2 built w/ 4 bdrms, 2 baths, unfurn, 150m fr the beach. Ref: 00847 , price: 750 euros/mo. Incl community fees. Call 956-85-2553 or 679-04-7237. HOUSE LAS REDES: 3 bdrm, 50m2 of garden, salon w/ fireplace, 2 bath, 300m from beach. Price 650 euros/mo. Call 956-48-2250 and 691-35-4180. INDEPENDENT CHALET: 3 bdrms, master w bath and dressing rm. 2 baths, lrd living room(48m2), A/C w heat pump in all rooms. Covered porch, front and back patios, yard w pool. Laundry room and storage room. Parking places. Listed in housing. Rent 1,750 a month. Call 605-515-603 NEWLY BUILT HOUSE: Safe nice area 10 min fr base and beach near La Rufana. Unfurnished, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, lvg, dining w fireplace. Kitchen w pantry. Varnish-furnish closets, doors, laundry/storage, porch, patio, BBQ, lg yard w sprinklers. Automatic gate, driveway, garage, A/C neg. $950 euros/ mo. Call landlord Eloy, 679-42-6377. E-mail for pics TOWN HOUSE IN LAS REDES: Ref: 00278, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, unfurn, 350m fr the beach, community pool. $850 euro, community fees included. Call 956-85-2553 or 679-04-7237 HOUSE NEAR VISTAHERMOSA W/ VIEWS: 4 bdrm, 3 bath, kitchen w/ covered laundry rm, lvg/dng area w/ fireplace, central A/C, heat, private parking, yard, pool, very close to beach. Asking 1,350 euros includes comm. fees and gardner. Contact Coco at 699-79-4899 (Eng. Spk) HOUSE ON SANL UCAR ROAD: 1,000m2 lot, 3 ample bdrms w/ built-in closets, full bath, lvg rm w/ fireplace and porch, complete kitchen w/ pantry and laundry rm. Parking for 3 cars and sm. guest house. 1,200 euros/mo. Call 645-94-5586. TOWNHOUSE IN LAS REDES: Ref. A-00278, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, unfurn. 350m from beach,

comm pool. Price: 850 euros/mo. includes comm fees. Call 956-85-2553 or 679-04-7237. TOWNHOUSE: On corner lot, located between El paseo and the casino. 4 bdrm, 1 1/2 baths, living-rooms, dining-room, furnished kitchen, A/C porch, and driveway. Aprox. 200 m2 yard and patio. Listed in housing . 700 euros/ mo. Neg. Call 956-85-9727 or 696-203-113 R E M O D E L E D A PA RT M E N T: 2 bdrm, ample lvg- dng rm, terrace. Urbaluz residential area. 650 euros/ mo. Call 956-21-2299 or 956-22-1227. SEMI-NEW LUXERY FLAT: Near bullring, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, lvg-dng rm, kitchen, office, climate control, garage parking, private patio, roof top patio, furnished. 1,400 euros/ mo. Call 956-05-8525 or 692-67-2050. VILLA IN VISTAHERMOSA: 4 bdrm, 2 bath, unfurn, private swimming pool, 800m2 plot, 150m2 built. Gardner, pool maint. included. Pool included. Price 1,500 euros/mo. Ref. 01512. Call 956-85-2553 or 679-04-7237. VILLA IN LA CARIDAD: Ref: 04625, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, furn, private yard, swimming pool. Price: 1,200 euros/ mo. Call 956-85-2553 or 679-04-7237. VILLA IN VISTAHERMOSA: 5 bdrm, fully equipped kitchen, magnificent salon, 2,500m2 of plot, w/o furn. Price 1,800 euros/ mo. Call 956-48-2250 or 691-35-4180. VISTAHERMOSA: Independant chalet, 4 bdrm, 3 bath, lg lvg rm, 50m2, private pool, 150m2 built, 550m2 lot, faces south, marble floors, 1,700 euros/mo. Ref. AR002. Call 956-05-8525 or 692-67-2050. R




gardening, indoor/outdoor painting, install wooden doors, or general repairs to walls and/or roofs (from humidity or just fixing holes), please contact Fabio at 605-52-0828. LANGUAGE EXCHANGE : Practice your Spanish with m e and I can practice my English as well. Call Carmen 95685-5495 or 653-0267 (gimnasio) LEARN TO SPEAK SPANISH: Would you like to speak Spanish at no cost? I would like to exchange Spanish lessons for English lessons. Call 652-63-9574. LEARN SPANISH: Would you like to learn Spanish in a group or one-on-one lessons? Call me, 622-14-9845, Lola. You’ll learn fast! LEARN SPANISH: Would like to learn Spanish at no cost? I would like to exchange Spanish lessons for English lessons. Contact NEED BABYSITTER OR NANNY: Call Carmen at 616-93-4598. Exc. nanny, 35 yrs exp. w/ dozens of Rota families, avail. days and nights, weekends and short notice. Spanish speaker w/ base access, 9 euros/hr. Contact Anne for references at SEEKING EMPLOYMENT: House keeper for El Puerto area. Catering to Andalusian dishes is also avail. Call 690-36-0366

APARTMENT: Beautiful apartment in Bahai Luz III, just a few meters from the beach, 2 bdrm, nice lvg rm, kitchen, bath, ample patio, 30m2, garage parking, A/C (heat &cold), connected landline w/ ADSL. Community yard and pool right on the beach, 1,060 Euros/mo. Basic phone & ADSL charges incl. Call Felix 636-95-8373.

SEEKING EMPLOYMENT: Home care provider in the States for 7 years, First Aid, CPR, Courses in Child Abuse, Safety, Learning Environment & Health, exc. references, lots of experience w/ children & the aged, immediate availability, transportation, exc. spoken English. Call Inma at 617-18-3881.

2 STORY CHALET: Bodega style on a lg (1,000 m2 lot) 3 bdrm, master w/ bath. fireplace, A/C. Kitchen w/ office, lvg/dng rm w/ fireplace, Outdoor dng area w/ pool and garden house. Located 2 km from Costa Ballena in direction to Chipiona. Call 617-36-4513.

SEEKING EMPLOYMENT: Maid service or dog sitting with many yrs of experience. Immediate availability w transportation, price is negotiable. Call 660-24-5059

BROKER DEALER: U.S. Mutual Funds, IRAS, 5291, insurance, I.R.P.S. Call Ray at 956-10-8371. CHILDCARE AND HOUSE CLEANING: Responsible SPanish woman avail. for childcare and house cleaning. Lots of exp. and good references. Car and immediate availability, will work any hours. Call Ester at 666-88-1157 or 671-74-2810. ENGLISH LESSONS: Bilingual teacher. Call Ramon 622-60-6276. HANDYMAN AVAILABLE OFF BASE: If you are looking for someone to do general cleaning,

SEEKING EMPLOYMENT: Spanish woman seeks employment caring for children or elderly. Speaks some English and lives in Rota. Call Loli at 653-44-4076. SEEKING SCHOOL TUTOR: Looking for a motivated high school student or adult to tutor a 5th grade DGF student after school on multiple subjects. Would prefer after school hrs but weekend would be negotiable. Call 696-38-5234. E M P L O Y M E N T HRO: Educational Aid, GS-1702/03/04 (CDC,SAC& Youth Center) , Recreation Assistant (Liberty) GS-0189-04 Promotional potential to GS-05 or GS- 0189-05. Marketing Technician,

GS-1001-07(Morale, Welfare and Rec Dept). Youth Director, GS-1701-09(Morale, Welfare and Recreation Dept). Interdisciplinary Clinical Counselor, GS-0101-11, Psychologist, GS-0180-11, Social Worker, GS-0185-11 (Fleet and Family Support Center). Housing Facilities Manager, GS-1173-12 (Housing Department). Recreation Aid, GS-0189-03 (Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department, MWR Madrid). Customer service hours 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call HRO for info 727-1643. MWR: CYP Program Assistant, Driver/ Casher Pizza Villa, Theater Ticket Seller. Front Desk Reservation Agent (NGIS) Submit OF-612 application form and Family Member Status Form to MWR Personnel Office between 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information call 727-2596 or 727-3263 725TH SECRETARY/EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT POSITION: The 725th Air Mobility Squadron now has an open position for a Secretary/ Executive Assistant to the Commander. All interested applicants must utilize to apply for the position (reference job VIN# 422713). . P




GIANT BLACK SCHNAUZER: In need of a good home. He is kid friendly and good with other pets. Up to date with all his shots.If interested e-mail at or call 956-48-2299 ROTTWEILER PUPPY: 6m old, female puppy. $200 includes lrg kennel. Shots/ papers up to date, microchipped, great demeanor, needs a good, loving home. Contact Mike for more info 727-4057 FEMALE DOG: Female medium sized dog. She has been chipped, sprayed, vaccinated, tested neg for heartworm and lieshmania. Very sweet and intelligent, great with kids,cats and loves people. Pointer mix approx 1 yr old. Cream colored hair w/ caramel spots. Call peggy 727-4089 or 627-57-2355



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Members of NAVSTA Rota Admin Department pose for a group photo infront of building 1. Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Travis Alston Utilitiesman Constructionman Jordan Delasalas, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 74, reads to children at the library. MC1(SCW/SW/AW) Ryan Wilber

Participants of this years Easter play rehearsal scenes before the final performance. Photo by MC1(SCW/SW/AW) Ryan Wilber

MCSA Derric Cushman entertains listeners during a radiotion. All proceeds went to the NMCRS. Photo by MC John Suits

Steelworker 3rd Class Jason Dalton, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 74, Bravo Company, checks his line level to ensure the concrete block courses are maintaining level as they are constructed at a bus stop. MC1(SCW/SW/AW) Ryan Wilber

Members assigned to Region Legal Service Office Europe, Africa SW Asia Det. Rota pose for a group photo after an award ceremony. Photo by MCC(SW/AW) Mikel Bookwalter


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