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No Zebras in Naples

Friday, august 30, 2013

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New All Hands Magazine Digital Archive Launched Actors, from the "No Zebras. No Excuses." sexual assault prevention and response program, perform a skit about sexual abuse in the base theater of Naval Support Activity Naples, Aug. 28. The program displays scenarios and features skits in order to provide information about sexual assault and raise awareness among service members on ways to prevent sexual assault. (Photo by MCSN Luis R. Chavez Jr.) By MCSN Luis R. Chavez Jr., Navy Public Affairs Support Element-East Detachment Europe

The "No Zebras. No Excuses." performance-based training was brought to Naval Support Activity Naples, Italy by Director, Department of the Navy Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (DONSAPRO) Jill Loftus, Aug. 28. "The 'No Zebras. No Excuses.' program is a bystander-intervention program, and it's meant to teach people how to recognize a situation that may result in an assault and how to make the decision of whether or not

Let's Get Dirty! Community Members Swarm Carney Park for MWR’s Annual Mud Run (Photo by Lt. Liza Dougherty. See page 13 for more photos)

to intervene and act," said Jill Loftus. The group performed three times and are scheduled for two more shows Aug. 29 in order to accommodate the number of Sailors assigned to the Naples area, including a detachment in Gaeta, Italy. The program, created at Central Michigan University, is a one-hour presentation comprised of skits by actors who are trained sexual assault response coordinators and counselors. They bring to life real examples of sexual assault, bystander intervention, domestic abuse and harassment, both physical and verbal, while providing important

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information on sexual assaults and avenues for victims of sexual assault. "Most service members are used to the Power Point presentations of sexual assault, so we created a program that would be more interactive and more intimate with the age groups of the highest percentage of sexual assault victims," said Loftus. The training was established as part of an initiative by Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus to raise awareness on sexual assault and provide information on sexual assault prevention. See NO ZEBRAS IN NAPLES Page 7

A Visit to Procida and Ischia with Club Beyond Page 10

Weekly Crime Report Review what happened between august 21 and august 27. Page 5

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Captain’s Corner

Base Notes

Maintain Preparedness for Increased Force Protection Measures

By Capt. Scott Gray NSA Commanding Officer

Labor Day Weekend has arrived, and with it, the end of 100 days of summer. With the cooler temperatures of this last week and a four day weekend upon us, I’d like to take this opportunity to remind everyone to be mindful of using proper Operational Risk Management (ORM) when planning trips or activities for the long weekend. As is all too fresh in everyone’s mind, we have had two traffic deaths this year. Please, use extra caution on the roadways. If you have a long distance trip planned behind the wheel, break it up over several segments, or alternate drivers within a group. This is a great opportunity to get out and enjoy the last days of summer. Plan ahead and do so safely and smartly. Safety and security is not only something to consider when traveling, however; though we find ourselves in such a beautiful setting as southern Italy, we cannot afford to get lax with procedures and awareness. Remember S5I: see something suspicious, say something immediately. We continue to operate in an ever-changing global environment, which can have unexpected impacts to force protection conditions and base security. Be prepared for proper entry procedures at the gate, including having two photo IDs ready. Be patient as security does an exemplary job of keeping us all safe. As most everyone should know, this week Naples hosted Central Michigan University’s performance of “No Zebras,” a SAPR training initiative aimed at junior personnel, but with takeaway for all hands. Ms. Jill Loftus, head of the Department of the Navy’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response’s Office, also visited NSA as part of the tour, and we had the opportunity to sit down for a discussion. We remain one team, one fight when it comes to preventing sexual assault. While we have had a focused effort on training and awareness of sexual assault, it continues to be a problem in the Navy. It is up to each and every one of us to stand up and do the right thing when the time comes, most notably through bystander intervention. S5I doesn’t only apply to terror activity or threats to base security – we all need to be concerned about the security of all our sailors, civilians and contractors. We have to depend on each other. Do the right thing when it counts, not merely when it is convenient. Take care of one another as we enjoy the long weekend. The weather promises to be beautiful. Get out and enjoy all that Naples, Italy, and Europe have to offer.

NSA Naples may implement increased force protection measures that will impact the community, should such changes be necessary. Please ensure that you carry additional identification and plan for a longer-than-normal wait time when trying to gain access to NSA Naples. Also, continue to track current events via open source news networks and contact your command’s Antiterrorism Office with any questions or concerns. The NSA Naples Antiterrorism Office can be reached at DSN 626-5595 or 081-568-5595. We appreciate your cooperation and patience.

Navy Lodge Naples Missing Luggage Carts The Navy Lodge Naples located at the NSA Naples Support Site Village Forum complex is missing several new luggage carts. These luggage carts belong to the Navy Lodge Naples and are intended for use by Active Duty service members and families who are PCS'ing in and out of NSA Naples to transport their luggage while they are in transition without a car. The luggage carts are stainless steel with a black carpet base. If community members see them around the support site please call the Navy Lodge at DSN 629-6289 or 081-813-3443.

Free/Reduced Lunch Meal Program Applications for Free and Reduced Lunch are available at the Fleet and Family Service Center (FFSC), Naples Elementary School (NES) and Naples Middle and High School (NM/HS). Scan all completed forms or submit directly to the School Liaison Officer, Annise Winslow, along with paystub or LES without your SSN. For more details contact DSN 629-6549 or annise.winslow@ eu.navy.mil.

Programming Volunteers Needed for S.I.N.G.L.E.S If you have great ideas and want to join the single/unaccompanied sailor programming committee, please contact Staci Dietrich at 626-4894 or Staci.dietrich@eu.navy.mil.

USNH Naples Offers Tobacco Cessation Counseling Tired of being controlled by tobacco? USNH Naples can help you quit! Individual sessions are available to active duty members and their dependents in the Health Promotions Department at U.S. Naval Hospital Naples. To make an appointment, call DSN 629-6445 or 081-811-6445, or email napleshealthpromotions@ med.navy.mil. For more information, visit the Hospital's Public Health front desk, located in the main Atrium on the 1st floor.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Stand Down for Civilians SAPR-C is mandatory training for all appropriated fund (APF)l, non-appropriated fund (NAF), military and personnel who supervise Department of the Navy civilians. Local nationals and contractors are invited, but not required to attend. Maximum class size is 50 personnel and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. Upcoming classes will be held Thursday, Sept. 5 from 1 to 2:30 p.m., Support Site Naval Hospital (All Hands); Monday, Sept. 9 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., Capo theater (All Hands); Tuesday, Sept. 10 from 9 to 11 a.m., Capo Chapel (Supervisors);

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Wednesday, Sept. 11 from 9 to 11 a.m., Capo theater (All Hands); Thursday, Sept. 12 from 1 to 2:30 p.m., Support Site Naval Hospital (All Hands); Friday, Sept. 13 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., Capo theater (NF3/GS8 and below). Please contact Lt. Daggett at DSN 626-4367 or kaysie.daggett@eu.navy.mil with any questions.

Scheduled AMI Power Outages Power outages are needed to install new power meters in several buildings at Capodichino in order to remotely control power consumption. All outages will be four hours in duration. The schedule is as follows: Sept. 11 at 5 p.m. at the Medical/Dental clinic, Sept. 11 at 11 p.m. at Capo Inn, Sept. 12 at 1 p.m. at Fire and Security, and Sept. 12 at 6 p.m. at the Child Development Center. For additional information, please contact Mr. Paolo Di Lieto at DSN 626-3930 or 081568-3930.

Aug. 29: Capodichino Gate Closure On Thursday, Aug. 29, from 8 p.m. through midnight, the Capodichino front gate will be closed to vehicle traffic for routine maintenance. All vehicle traffic should utilize the back gate at Capodichino during this time. For further information, please contact Lt. Ronald Neal at DSN 626-5411.

Labor Day Closures PSD Naples ID Lab and Passport Services will be closed Friday, Aug. 30 and Monday, Sept. 2. Navy Passenger and Transportation Office (NAVPTO) and the Commercial Ticketing Office (CTO) will be open on Friday, Aug. 30, but closed on Monday, Sept. 2. For emergencies, contact the PSD Command Duty Officer at 335-792-5946 or PSD Officer in Charge at 335-582-3961.

Aug. 30: NATO Lions Rugby Football Club Initial Training NATO Lions Rugby Football Club will hold the 2013/14 season's initial training session at Carney Park 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 30. Newcomers of all nationalities are welcome, and it is an opportunity for regular players to reengage after the summer break. The training session will be followed by the Annual General Meeting (AGM) at 8:30 p.m. offsite. The new season's committee members will be elected at the AGM, along with an explanation of rugby and the association’s organization. The AGM is an 'open to all' forum, and will be followed by a barbecue. For those interested in the club, or for more information, please call Lt. Cmdr. Charlie Neve, RN, at DSN 626 3644 or 342-532-6527.

Aug. 31: Naples for Newcomers Tour New to Napoli? Join USO Naples for an orientation tour of Naples and experience the true essence of Bella Napoli. €5 will guarantee a seat and each attendee will receive a €5 gift certificate to any USO service of choice. Don’t miss the best sights of Naples! Please contact the USO at DSN: 626-5713 or 629-4903.

Aug. 31: Napoli Nation Night All are invited to attend Napoli Nation Night on Saturday, Aug. 31 from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Striker’s Bowling Alley and watch SSC Napoli vs. Chievo on the big screen. Festivities Include (Limited to First 50 Who Sign Up): Free Bowling for Two Hours, Free Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages, and Trivia Contest with Drawing for Napoli Nation Prizes. For more information, or to register, email NapoliNation@hotmail.com.

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T HE I NSIDE P AGE … FOR FLEET AND FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER (FFSC) EVENTS, SEE PAGE 5.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

USO Sailor of the Quarter Luncheon Rear Adm. Bob Burke, deputy commander of U.S. 6th Fleet, poses with area Sailors of the Quarter during a luncheon hosted by USO Naples earlier this month. (Photo by MA2 Donyelle Davis)

BASE NOTES

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Sept. 1: Back to School Splash Bash Come to the Support Site pool from 7:30-9:30 p.m. for after-hours swimming, games, prizes and more. $3 per person, ages 5 and up. Free for ages 4 and under. For more information, call DSN 629-6513 or 081-811-6513.

Sept. 5: Coffee Talk with Connect the Tots Connect the Tots is holding a coffee talk for families with young children on Thursday, Sept. 5 at the TLA Chock Full O'Nuts at Support Site. The event starts at 9:30 a.m. and is open to all U.S. and NATO ID cardholders. Grab a cup and enjoy some adult conversation while the little ones play. For more information visit http://www.meetup.com/Connect-the-Tots-Club

Sept. 5: "Support Site Sweepers" with NASCPOA The Naples Area Second Class Petty Officers Association (NASCPOA) is sponsoring a base cleanup on Thursday, Sept. 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. Volunteers are welcome and asked to meet at the skate park to help. Water, trash bags, gloves and popsicles for kids will be provided. The event is intended to become a monthly evolution to help the base look its best and for community members to meet some new people in the process. For more information, please contact HM2 Marvin Holden at DSN 626-4690 or 081-568-4690.

Sept. 9: USNH Naples Pharmacy Dept. Hours of Operation Change The Pharmacy Department at USNH Naples hours of operation will be changing effective Monday, Sept. 9. There will be no change in services provided, however the Pharmacy will be closing one hour earlier Monday through Friday. This change only affects the pharmacy at USNH

Naples at Support Site. Weekend and holiday refill pick up hours will also remain the same. The new hours of operation are as follows: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (all pharmacy services available); weekends and holidays from 1 to 4 p.m. (pick up for prescription refills called in at DSN 629-6226 or 081-811-6226 or any prescriptions previously processed in person at the Pharmacy). For questions, please contact the Pharmacy Department at DSN 629-6225 or 081-811-6225.

Sept. 9: AFN Naples Begins Midday Show Beginning Sept. 9, AFN Naples will bring you its very own Midday Show Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on 106.0 FM. Once the new Midday Show joins AFN's weekday radio line-up, listeners will be able to hear local programming from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; 12 straight hours of local news, contests, and more! For more information, visit the AFN Naples Facebook page at Facebook.com/AFNNaples.

Sept. 10: September Birthday Party with Connect the Tots Community members are invited to a September Birthday Party celebration at the fenced toddler play area by buildings 2039/2040 on Tuesday, Sept. 10. The event starts at 3:30pm and is open to all U.S. and NATO ID cardholders. For more information visit http://www.meetup. com/Connect-the-Tots-Club

Sept. 20: 2013 Air Force Ball The 2013 Air Force Ball will be held Sept. 20. Cost is 25 Euros for E6 and Below, 30 Euros for E7 to E9 and 35 Euros for Officers and Civilians. The guest speaker will be Lt. Col. Dan Schilling, the hero of the Battle of Mogadishu—which was the basis for the movie Black Hawk Down. For more information on tickets contact justin.phillips@ncia.nato.int

ARGOSY UNIVERSITY is looking for participants to take part in an exploratory study on Military Vs. Civilian Leadership. Volunteers would take part in a one-hour interview detailing previous military leadership role(s) and your current civilian leadership role. If interested, please contact Lovell Jones at 340-959-1173 or lovell_jones318@yahoo.com. THE NAPLES OVERSEAS SUPPORT CLUB (NOSC) is looking for volunteers to help manage the Thrift Store. The manager and co-manager would need to dedicate 2-3 half days weekly and be responsible for staffing the store and leading the team of volunteers. Additionally, new store volunteers and shift leaders are needed to help run the store during open hours by running the register, sorting items and stocking the store floor. Contact Sue Brown at tstoreschedule@gmail.com to volunteer and Melania Bowen at nosctshop@gmail.com to talk about management positions. Proceeds from the store support the base community. NAPLES AMERICAN RED CROSS (ARC) needs volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering or in taking a CPR/First Aid class, call 081-568-4788 or 626-4788 for more information. You can also "like" our Facebook page American Red Cross Naples - to keep up with current opportunities. FLEET AND FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER is looking for volunteers to assist in the event of an emergency. Volunteers could be called upon if families are relocated to Support Site due to a natural disaster or similar emergency that exceeds what the FFSC staff can support. Volunteers may greet families, inquire about needs, organize supplies, complete paperwork, etc. Being on the list does not obligate anyone to a future event. If you are interested in volunteering for this, please call 081-811-6372 or email FFSCNSANaplesItaly@eu.navy.mil. CLUB BEYOND is searching for volunteers to serve as Adult Leaders. Leaders assist in planning, setup and conducting small group meetings with students in grades 7 through 12. Leadership training lasts a month. If interested, please contact Arturo Paulino at apaulino@clubbeyond.org for an appointment. THE AMERICAN SOCCER CLUB (ASC) OF NAPOLI is looking for qualified coaches. Those interested in coaching should e-mail doc@ascnapoli.com. NAVY-MARINE CORPS RELIEF SOCIETY OPERATION CLIP & SAVE (coupons): 081-568-3913. NAVY LEAGUE NAPLES is looking for volunteers to fill positions on its Board of Directors. Personnel interested should contact Betty Reese at 081-526-8051 or 348-225-2234. ANIMALS WITHOUT LIMITS (AWL) is searching for volunteers who want to help at our Animal Hospice in Lago Patria. We also need volunteers for different projects on the Support Site base. For more information, please contact us at awlrescueteam@gmail.com or director@animalswithoutlimits.com.

ONGOING/ON THE HORIZON PUBLIC SPEAKING WITH TOASTMASTERS The Naples toastmasters Club meets the first and third Tuesdays; No meetings in July. Next meeting is 20 August, all are welcome. Meetings at 6:30 are held at the Support Site Community Center. FMI http://naplestoastmasters.wix.com/toastmastersnaples or like us on Facebook "Toastmasters Naples Italy". PROTESTANT WOMEN OF THE CHAPEL (PWOC) meet every Tuesday at 9 a.m. in the Support Site Fellowship Hall. This Summer we are offering two bible studies on prayer and Sabbath. We have free nursery, childcare, and a homeschoolers room for your family. Please check out our FB page PWOC Naples to join in on our many summer social gathering. NATO LIONS RUGBY CLUB is looking for new players. All abilities wanted. Practice is held every Wednesday at Carney Park at 5:45 p.m. Show up with shoes, shorts and a mouth guard. Training and development will be provided. If you have any questions, email Mark Woodall or co-manager Andrew Bohnsack at markwoodall82@hotmail.co.uk or andrew.bohnsack@gmail.com. NAPLES OVERSEAS SUPPORT CLUB (NOSC) is seeking individuals as board members in 2013-2014 for a variety of events and positions. Join Us! If you want to volunteer or need information on what is available, email noscitaly@gmail.com or go to www.noscitaly.com CLUB BEYOND is a youth group run by Naval Support Activity Naples Religious Ministries. Club Beyond is open to children in grades 7 through 12, and meets Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. in the Chapel Fellowship Hall at the Support Site. For more information, please contact Arturo at apaulino@clubbeyond.org. BOY SCOUT TROOP 007 holds troop meetings every Monday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Support Site Community Center. E-mail the Scoutmaster at 007troop@gmail.com or visit the website at sites.google.com/site/boyscouttroop007naples. NAPLES OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION NEEDS REFEREES Anyone interested should contact Nigel Alexander at 081-721-5413 or 346-680-3282 or by e-mail to nalexander@afsouth.nato.int. WOMEN, INFANTS, CHILDREN (WIC) OVERSEAS PROGRAM is offered at NSA Naples. Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, postpartum or have an infant or child under the age of five may qualify for the program. WIC Overseas is a nutrition education program that provides nutritious supplemental foods. Contact WIC Overseas at 081-811-4962.

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Vice Adm. Frank C. Pandolfe, center, commander of U.S. 6th Fleet, watches as Capt. John Rinko, left, relieves Capt. Richard Soucie as commander of Task Force 63 and Military Sealift Command Europe and Africa, during a change of command ceremony at Naval Support Activity Naples. (Photo by MC2 Corey Hensley)

Commander, Task Force 63 Changes Command By Meghan Henderson, Military Sealift Command Europe and Africa Public Affairs

Commander, Task Force 63/Military Sealift Command Europe and Africa (CTF-63/MSCEURAF), held a change of command ceremony at Naval Support Activity Naples, Aug. 21. Capt. John Rinko relieved Capt. Richard Soucie as commander. The guest speaker, Vice Adm. Frank C. Pandolfe, commander of U.S. 6th Fleet, acknowledged Soucie's many accomplishments during his command tour, which included control of all sea and air Navy logistics assets; prepositioning forces; special mission ships and strategic sealift capabilities throughout the U.S. 6th Fleet area of responsibility in Europe and Africa. "Commodore Soucie commands the room when he speaks and there is no doubt that CTF-63 is in the hands of a master; a Sailor who knows the sea as only time at sea can teach; a man who cares deeply about his people; and a leader focused on accomplishing the mission correctly, every time," said Pandolfe. Soucie, who will transfer to U.S. Central Command for a tour as MSC liaison officer to the combatant command, reflected on his tenure as the CTF-63/MSCEURAF commodore, and thanked his military and civilian staff members for the opportunity to lead them. "The complexity and impact of naval logistics has grown in response to changes in the diverse nature

of the forces we support, and the expansion of roles and missions," said Soucie. "The superb efforts have ensured that the warfighters on the front lines have fuel ashore, afloat and in the air. They have moved countless tons of cargo and equipment for stock replenishment, exercise support, and for real-world operations around the globe. I couldn't have handpicked a better group of individuals. They are a team of all-stars. CTF-63/MSCEURAF's new commander, who transferred to NSA Naples from San Diego, where he served as the force nuclear propulsion officer at Naval Air Force, Pacific, praised his new staff for the work they do. "Capt. Soucie, you've provided me with a great organization to take over,� said Rinko. “[CTF63/MSCEURAF] ensures that our fleet is ready to face the challenges of tomorrow. This group has established a reputation that is second to none, the best of the best. I'm anxious to roll up my sleeves and work with you." As CTF-63, his responsibilities will include coordinating and providing transportation and delivery of personnel, equipment, fuel, supplies, repair parts, mail, and ammunition via air and surface logistics assets - including MSC combat logistics force ships - to sustain U.S. forces in the European and African theaters. As MSCEURAF, he will be the area commander in Europe and Africa for MSC, exercising tactical control of all U.S. transportation command forces in the European and African theaters.

The color guard parades the colors during a change of command ceremony at Naval Support Activity Naples for Commander, Task Force 63 and Military Sealift Command Europe and Africa. (Photo by MC2 Corey Hensley)


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Celebrating Women's History of Equality in the Navy By Chief Jessica Myers, Office of Women's Policy

Commands were encouraged to celebrate women's history of equality in the Navy during Women's Equality Day Aug. 26, as announced by Naval Administrative Message 209/13. This annual observance celebrates the contributions women have made throughout history working toward full equality in the United States. Women's Equality Day was established by Congress in 1971 to commemorate the long struggle of generations of women to gain the right to vote. According to the National Women's History Project, while originally created to commemorate the passing of the 19th Amendment, the observance today recognizes the anniversary of women's suffrage and of the continued efforts toward equality. When the United States was founded, female citizens were denied basic rights as compared to the nation's male citizens. Married women could not own property, women had no legal claim to any money they might earn, and women did not have the right to vote. It was not until 1848 that the movement for women's rights was launched on a national level with a convention in Seneca Falls, New York. Before narrowing their political focus to women's rights, abolitionists Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott, known as "suffragists," along with Susan B. Anthony and other activists, formed organizations that raised public awareness and lobbied the government to grant voting rights to women. Fighting for the right to vote became a centerpiece of the women's rights movement. Women's official role in the Navy began in 1908, with the establishment of the Navy Nurse Corps. During World War I, the Naval Reserve Act of 1916 allowed for enlistment of qualified "persons." A year later, the Navy authorized the enlistment of women, designated as "Yeoman (F)," unofficially known as "Yeomanettes." Women serving in the Navy as Nurses and Yeomanettes served their nation before they had the right to vote. It was not until 72 years after the suffrage movement began that these groups emerged victorious with the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution on August 18, 1920. On Election Day that same year, more than 8 million women across the United States voted for the first time. Throughout the nation this past March, hundreds of college students and generations of women celebrated the centennial of the original Women's Suffrage Procession in Washington, D.C., March 3, 1913. Women who sought the right to vote dressed in Greek-style costumes or academic robes with "Votes for Women" sashes proudly displayed. Thousands of women marched from the United States Capitol down Pennsylvania Avenue to the front of the White House, the day before President Woodrow Wilson's inauguration. This event pushed women's suffrage into the national spotlight. This year also marked the 65th Anniversary of

the Women's Armed Services Integration Act, signed June 12, 1948, shortly after the end of World War II. This Act provided women permanent status in the United States Armed Services, although women had been serving unofficially since the American Revolutionary War. Before the establishment of the Continental Navy, numerous women served in the states' navies, including the galleys of the Pennsylvania Navy and as nurses in the Maryland Navy, laying the foundation for women's service onboard ships during the Civil War and the Spanish-American War. As women's roles in in the Navy continued to develop during the latter part of the 20th century, so did their progress toward equality. In 1973, the Navy authorized aviation training for women. It was also this same year that the Supreme Court ruled that inequities in benefits for the dependents of military women were unconstitutional, abolishing pregnancy as a reason for mandatory separation. Before 1973, military women with dependents were not authorized housing, and their dependents were ineligible for the benefits and privileges afforded the dependents of male military members, such as medical, commissary and post exchange. In 1975, Congress authorized admission of women to the military academies. Three years later, women were first assigned to supply and non-combatant ships. Women's opportunities in the Navy significantly increased in 1993 following the repeal of the combat exclusion law, which allowed officer and enlisted women to serve on combatant ships and in combat aviation. It was also during this same time period that the Navy conducted the first feasibility study on women entering submarine community. Seventeen years later, in 2010, Navy announced a policy change allowing female officers to serve on submarines. On Jan. 24, 2013, the Secretary of Defense and Joint Chiefs of Staff announced immediate rescission of 1994 Direct Ground Combat Definition and Assignment Rule. In accordance with the Secretary's guidance, Navy developed and submitted a plan to implement the rescission, through which Navy envisions no closed occupations, a very limited number of closed positions, and equal professional opportunity for females in every officer designator and enlisted rating in the Navy. Today, over 67,000 women serve in the Navy in the active and Reserve components, comprising 18 percent of the Total Force. There are currently 38 female flag officers, two female Fleet Master Chiefs, and one female Force Master Chief in the Navy. Additionally, nearly 50,000 women serve across the Navy in a wide range of specialties as civilian employees, with 67 female senior executive service members. All Navy commands are encouraged to reflect on and celebrate the accomplishments of women throughout the armed services during this observance. For more information about women in the Navy, visit http://www.public.navy.mil/bupersnpc/organization/bupers/WomensPolicy/Pages/de fault.aspx.

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Fleet and Family Support Center Events this Week From the Fleet and Family Support Center

For more information about local Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) events, visit www.facebook.com/NaplesFFSC.

UPCOMING FFSC NAPLES EVENTS Call 081-811-6372 for more information or to register

• Sept. 3: Al-Anon Support Group, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., Support Site FFSC. • Sept. 5: Smooth Move, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Support Site FFSC. • Sept. 5: Teverola (Medi) Mall, 9:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., (Leaves from Support Site). • Sept. 5: Pregnancy and New Mommy Support Group, 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Support Site FFSC. • Sept. 6: S.A.P.R. P.O.C.: Initial and Refresher Training, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Support Site FFSC. • Sept. 6: Shoe Alley and Naples Central Station, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Leaves from Capo (Meeting Point Inside McDonalds). • Sept. 6: Legal Assistance, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (appointments only), Support Site FFSC. • Sept. 6: PlayPals, Playmate Play Date, 9:30 a.m., Playground behind Support Site Library. • Sept. 6: S.A.P.R. D.C.C. Initial and Refresher Training, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., Support Site FFSC • Sept. 6: Relaxation Techniques for Labor and Delivery, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., Support Site FFSC • Sept. 8: Alateen Support Group (ages 12-18), 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., Support Site FFSC. • Sept. 9-13: Transition GPS (TAP) Workshop (Pre– Separation) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Support Site FFSC. • Sept. 9: Easy Italian, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Capo Fellowship Hall.

Crime Report for Aug. 21 - Aug. 27 From the NSA Naples Command Investigative Division and NCIS


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Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center Launches Stress Reduction Tool for Sailors and Marines From Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center, Public Affairs

The Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) announced Aug. 27 the launch of their new web-based tool designed to help Sailors and Marines reduce psychological and physical wear and tear through deep relaxation and focus. Relax Relax, NMCPHC's online resource, offers techniques to help improve mood, performance and promote resilience while providing methods to manage stress. "We are excited to launch the Relax Relax tool for Sailors, Marines and their families." said Dr. Mark Long Psychological Health and Emotional Well-Being Coordinator of NMCPHC Health Promotion and Wellness (HPW) department. "This tool can be used by anyone in any number of situations, from the stressors a person faces day to day at home or work to the bigger challenges that affect their lives." The Relax Relax tool includes nine sections with relaxation techniques that are applied by listening to audio tracks. These tracks come from a variety of universities, organizations, and expert individuals, feature a variety of styles, music and voices to allow the user to select their preference. The main techniques include: • Breathing exercises: learning to breathe slowly and rhythmically, sometimes with a count or image. • Muscle relaxation techniques: learning to systematically tighten and release muscle groups throughout the body. • Imagery: picturing a certain image or task with detail given to the senses to allow mental focus. • Meditation and Mindfulness: mind-body techniques used to create inner calm. • Instrumental music: specifically selected to promote a state of relaxation or well-being. Military service members are showing an increased interest in complementary and alternative options for assistance with stress relief, anxiety, insomnia, mood, and general health. Along with a medical practitioner's guidance, this tool may provide many benefits when used regularly on a daily or weekly basis. Visit the NMCPHC HPW Relax Relax website for more information on the tool or to begin listening today: www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmcphc/ health-promotion/psychological-emotional-wellbeing/relax-relax/pages/ index.html. NMCPHC is part of the Navy Medicine team, a global health care network of 63,000 Navy medical personnel around the world who provide high-quality health care to more than one million eligible beneficiaries. Navy Medicine personnel deploy with Sailors and Marines worldwide, providing critical mission support aboard ship, in the air, under the sea and on the battlefield. The HPW department provides innovative and evidence-based health promotion and wellness programs and services that facilitate readiness and resilience, prevent illness and injury, hasten recovery, and promote lifelong healthy behaviors and lifestyles.

Energy Conservation Get Out of The Shower! From the NSA Naples Energy Management Team

Given the increase in rain lately, showers are probably on your mind. I’ve recently come across a few items to help you keep them under control. When I say showers, I mean the ones occurring inside your home of course. There has been a flood of new items in the market like shower stops and auto timers. Both items can help you cut the time down of your family “diva” or “rock star” and keep energy cost and waste down. Shower stops are an additional valve to be placed between the shower head and the flow pipe. This small valve allows the user to quickly stop and start the flow of water. This helps the user maintain a stop/start process between wetting, lathering, and rinsing. They are cheap and easy to install on virtually any preexisting shower system. Most Navy ships in the fleet have similar valves installed. An auto timer on the other hand does pretty much the same thing but without input from the user. They allow the user to take a shower the same as they normally would. The catch is after the preset wash time (anywhere from 5-8 minutes in some cases) it will cut the flow down to just enough to rinse with. This is probably the best idea for those who have trouble keeping tracking of time or sticking to the on-off method. In either case you create potential to save water and inevitably energy by cutting waste where you can. Together we can all do our part and live a little greener.

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New All Hands Magazine Digital Archive Launched By MC2 David Cothran - Defense Media Activity

All Hands Magazine launched the new digital archive of print editions Aug. 19. All Hands has been the official magazine of the U.S. Navy since 1922, highlighting news and topics important to Sailors and their families. It was brought back as an online magazine at www.ah.mil in February, and the new archive design offers 89 years of an easyto-browse and download format. The new site will replace the existing archive that has been hosted at www.navy.mil since 2003. Visitors to the site will see a simplified menu to choose from any year of the magazine's print publication. Each year has a dedicated page displaying the covers from every issue offered that year. Users can also download electronic versions of the cover or the entire magazine using the links provided. "This new archive is a gift to generations of Sailors and their families who can now browse the history of our Navy during their years of service," said Rear Adm. John Kirby, the Navy Chief of Information. "The sharing of sea stories is something every Sailor holds dear. With this new format, we offer them all a history of Navy storytelling at its best."

When the magazine was first launched in 1922, it was simple typewritten copy. By the end of the printing in 2011, the magazine had become home to stateof-the-art digital photography and graphics. While the appearance changed in 89 years, the importance to Sailors remained a constant according to Marie Johnston, All Hands editor from 1986-2011. "Even from its initial, non-flashy beginnings, it was out there to support the Sailor and let them know what was going on," she said. "All Hands - when I hear that, it says, 'There's something for everyone here.'" The archive homepage offers a quick history of the magazine's appearance. The main feature is a slideshow with each different style of All Hands throughout the 89-year run. Clicking on a particular cover from the slideshow will take the user to other issues from that year. Although the site is active and ready for browsing, there are still more features scheduled to come online to make it even more interactive. The next phase will include a search tool allowing visitors to use keywords to search for specific content. The archive can be accessed by clicking http:// www.navy.mil/ah_online/department_arch.html.


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u.s. Naval hospital Naples Celebrates a decade of dedication From USNH Naples Public Affairs

U.S. Naval Hospital (USNH) Naples commemorated its 10year anniversary at Support Site with a cake-cutting ceremony, speakers and gifts, Aug. 22. Capt. Matthew Pommer Jr., commanding officer of USNH Naples, opened the ceremony by thanking the community for its ongoing support. Capt. Scott Gray, commanding officer of Naval Support Activity (NSA) Naples, was the featured speaker. Guests in attendance were treated to the Naval Forces Europe Band’s rendition of “Happy Birthday” during a ceremonial cake cutting that signified and celebrated the strong connection that the hospital has with the NSA community and with the host nation, Italy. Navy medicine has been a presence in Naples, Italy, since World War II, and an actual U.S. Naval hospital, first located in Agnano, then at Gricignano, has served the Naples area since 1968. The current hospital opened its doors a decade ago; and the first patient, a World War II Navy steward named John Parker, was seen on July 21, 2003. Ten years and thousands of patient visits later, the staff ’s dedication and commitment to providing safe, high-quality care is stronger than ever. “During the past decade, the hospital has logged over 660,000 patient visits and delivered nearly 2,000 babies,” said Gray. The hospital’s success can be attributed to its dedicated and diverse 500-member staff, which is a blend of active duty military, active duty reservists, general schedule and local national staff, contractors, and volunteers. Gray emphasized that the provision of high-quality care can be credited to more than a beautiful, state-of-the-art facility. “This facility and her branch clinic houses some of the most dedicated and professional people in the armed forces,” he said. “They keep us – the active duty, NATO counterparts, DoD civilians, family members, retirees and more – healthy and happy. Without the work of our

Capt. Scott Gray, commanding officer of NSA Naples, and Capt. Matthew Pommer Jr., commanding officer of USNH Naples, cut the birthday cake in celebration of the hospital's 10th anniversary. (Photo by HM1 Andrew Glemser)

hospital staff, the goals of the armed forces would be difficult to achieve.” In recognition of the hospital’s 10th anniversary, several ancient artifacts from the Il Museo Archeoligico dell'Agro Atellano, including amphoras, pots, ointment bottles, and jugs, were donated to the hospital as birthday gifts. “These artifacts symbolize the ongoing friendship and connection that the U.S. Navy has with the Italian people, a bond that will last long into the future,” said Dottoressa Elena Laforgia, the museum’s curator. The birthday gifts are displayed in the ruins of a 2,500 year-old well that was discov-

ered during the excavation of the Support Site prior to the construction of the hospital. During construction, the well, located in the northeast corner of the hospital, was preserved and incorporated into the design of the facility as a tribute to the history and heritage that lies beneath the floors. With the incorporation of the artifacts and the rededication of the “Roman Well,” the hospital strengthened ties to its host nation. The staff has a matchless opportunity to work in a unique environment that blends modern-day technology with the rich history of the region. The hospital’s celebration highlighted the key elements of what makes USNH Naples so successful: the dedication of its people, the host-nation culture, and a deep appreciation of naval heritage.

Following her presentation of several artifacts during the Roman well rededication ceremony, Capt. Matthew Pommer Jr., commanding officer of USNH Naples, thanks Dottoressa Elena Laforgia, curator of Il Museo Archeologico dell'Agro Atellano. (Photo by HM1 Andrew Glemser)

NO ZEBRAS IN NAPLES Loftus said that with the new initiatives in place, court martial cases of sexual assault will be publicized, more than 50 new Naval Criminal Investigative Service agents who deal with adult sexual violence are being hired, victim legal counsels will guide victims through the entire investigative process, and Sexual Assault and Response Coordinator counselors will be sent to every carrier and amphibious assault ship in the fleet. Along with the several initiatives and programs

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created for sexual assault awareness and prevention training, the Department of the Navy is in the process of creating a pilot program in order to provide counseling and anonymous support groups to victims who were sexually assaulted prior to joining the military. For more information and resources on sexual assault awareness and prevention visit www.sapr.navy.mil.


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By MC1 Xander Gamble, Defense Media Activity

Navy fitness reports and evaluations continue to change as Navy priorities and requirements evolve; with each change comes a clear definition of what it takes to be a 5.0 Sailor. Now it will take more. Navy Leaders need to do more to prevent sexual assault and harassment, according to Vice Adm. William Moran, chief of naval personnel. This has prompted an update to the way annual evaluations are written, holding Navy leaders responsible for developing a climate of transparency and accountability. A recently released NAVADMIN, effective immediately, lays out these changes. "The accountability aspect of that is, in part, dealt with in how we hold people accountable in writing, and also give credit to people in writing for those that are doing great things in the fleet," said Moran. With the new instruction, Sailors will be held accountable on their evaluations and fitness reports for command climate. For officers, petty officers, and below, the blocks set aside for Command or Organizational Climate/Equal Opportunity (block 35 enlisted, 34 officer) and Military Bearing/Character (block 36 enlisted, 35 officer) will be tied to sexual assault and harassment prevention efforts. For the chiefs, this is related to Professionalism (block 35) and Character (block 37). To receive high marks in these categories, Sailors will have to prove their efforts in promoting a positive command climate.

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The change to the evaluations and fitness reports show that sexual assault prevention is more than an annual training topic. It requires Sailors to be proactive in their approach at all times. "It is the Navy's way of showing Sailors that we're serious," said Ens. Melissa Caban, on the USS Hue City (CG-66). Caban said that during the six years she spent as an enlisted Sailor, the annual sexual assault prevention training got her to the point where she is not embarrassed to talk about it with her Sailors. "It is to make sure that the commanding officers and those that are responsible for writing fitness reports and evals are addressing the climate and the culture of commands that are encouraging ... supporting the right kind of behaviors that we all would agree are part of who we are as Sailors and that are consistent with our core values," said Moran. "Now that we are a more conscious Navy," said Hospitalman Carlos Rangel-Manjia, at the Medical Education Training Campus, "we know what the

indicators [of sexual assault] are, how to communicate it in the command, be able to report it if it happens, or report it if one becomes a victim of it." Regarding sexual assault prevention, Logistics Specialist 1st Class (EXW) Jamie Osborne, at the Pre-Commissioning Detachment Zumwalt (DDG1000), said, "It's coming along; it's just not there yet." "It's a beginning," said RangelMajia. "We still have to be more preventive. "Sailors will look at this and say, 'are there ways that I can get involved. That I can help to a greater degree - allow me to contribute to an overall positive command climate,'" said Moran. "The more we stand behind, and we help push, and we talk about it, the more people will understand how serious it all really is," Osborne said. This puts emphasis on the Sailor-every Sailor-to work hard to improve command climate. "We want commanders to be held accountable and to hold their Sailors accountable for both the positive and the negative aspects of creating the right command climates," said Moran.

LT DAVID DOW Lt. David Dow reported to U.S. Naval Hospital Naples in the summer of 2011. For his undergraduate education, Dow attended Villanova University and then went on to the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine for his graduate degree. After graduation from dental school, he completed a residency at Naval Health Clinic Great Lakes. His previous assignments include serving as Senior Dental Officer for ESG 7 in Sasebo, Japan and also as Health Services Department Head on the USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49) and USS Germantown (LSD 42). He is currently the Dental department head at Naval Branch Health Clinic Capodichino and was recently selected for specialty training in Endodontics. Even if you haven’t seen Dow until now, you may recognize his voice from his Dental Health Tips segment on AFN Radio. He loves his time in Naples, “I’m happy to be here because my heritage is Sicilian and I have the opportunity to reconnect with my Italian roots!”

HM3 SHANE MCCARTY Hailing from the Buckeye State of Ohio, Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Shane McCarty is a bright and enthusiastic member of the Orthopedic Clinic. Upon completion of Basic Hospital Corps School, McCarty proceeded to attend Orthopedic Specialty School in San Antonio where he gained his skills to be an accomplished and confident orthopedic technician. With 6 years of experience behind him, McCarty is an excellent role model for his shipmates. Since his arrival to U.S. Naval Hospital Naples a year ago, he has been credited by his peers as a dedicated Assistant Command Fitness Leader and a strong team player. With a history of volunteering with MWR sporting events, McCarty is not afraid to sacrifice his off-duty time and effort into doing something meaningful. He is also interested in pursuing a career in special operations forces and has been training hard towards his goal. He enjoys traveling and sightseeing in Europe and according to him, “Whether it is traveling or sporting, it is uniquely interesting in Italy, and I am enjoying it very much.” An aficionado of cars and their mechanics, McCarty enjoys driving, especially Italy’s more scenic roads, and regularly tuning his car at the base hobby shop. His other hobbies include writing songs and playing guitar.


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Uei / Hey! Cosa c’e / What’s the matter? Tutto a posto / Everything OK? Va bene / It’s going well. Fantastico / Fantastic! Non c’è problema / No problem Certo / Sure.

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ACCETTATE / Do you accept? A CHE ORA / At what time? CHI / Who? COS’E / What’s that? DEVO / Do I need? DOVE / Where? POSSO PROVARE / Can I try? PUO CONSIGLIARE / Can you recommend? QUANTI ANNI HA / How old is it? QUANTO COSTA / How much? QUANTO DURA / How long?

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Did you know that chronic stress is one of the major causes of overeating and, at the same time, a trigger for weight loss dieters? What happens is that cortisol-a hormone released by the body as a response to stress-is responsible for our cravings of carbs and sweets. Cortisol provides this extra energy to the fat cells near the liver where they are quickly converted into glucose so we can fight or fly. On the other hand, cortisol affects liver functionality and slows down the entire digestive system inducing even more cravings. And the more fat that is stored, the harder it is to lose weight! Managing stress then becomes critical for weight control. Diaphragmatic breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, mindful eating, guided imagery, journaling, yoga are some of the techniques discussed and experienced in the Stress Management class. Call Louise Cappiello at 081-811-6533 for more information.

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Those who have been to the twin Islands of Procida and Ischia know that both have unmatched beauty in all of the Campania coasts. This set the stage for a truly amazing trip full of adventure, curiosity and exploration. With the help of watchful, dedicated and helpful chaperones, the boating experience was sure to be a hit with students. The beginning of the day was an uneventful car ride full of small talk and whispers, while the buzz of a Nintendo game filled the silence. Turns and twists jolted the car as we passed a centuries-old cobblestone road. Finally, fresh air gushed in as the door opened and the Junior Club Beyond group was waiting. Together, we passed through to a boating dock and waited for our rubber speedboats. As soon as we received out boats we realized that ours was faster and smiles were passed as we slammed against the waves. After arriving at our first destination, we split up with some going to eat and others heading to the beach. After a short swim, the students dried in the sun on the rocks and headed onto the next beach with a quick stop for a delicious lunch. After pizza, we set out for beach fun and a quick swim before. Here’s a reason it is amazing to live where we are. You can go to the beach anywhere, but we did something far different. We went rock diving. Many students jumped off the 5-foot jump, some did the 10-foot jump, and few, including myself, did the 25-foot jump. Afterwards, we went for gelato and headed back to wrap everything up. The seniors and

the juniors decided to switch boats at the end of the day to give the fast boat to the juniors. We were riding back and literally 5 minutes from the dock, we stopped. It turns out our gas was gone and we were temporarily stranded. The juniors were fine on the shore. Arturo called the parents to give notice that we would all be a little late while we sat around telling jokes, talking, and getting to know each other better. It was about 45 minutes later that the boat owners came and set off with us to the port. The sun was setting and the colors mixed with the ocean to give a truly magnificent site. To be honest, I was glad the boat stopped. I was able to make new friends and renew some older friendships. When we returned, there were many stories to be shared on both sides with a finale of a beautiful orange moon unlike anything I had ever seen. This trip, for me, made my weekend and I hope to see more coming up in the future. Here’s to a return to the mysterious waters of Procida and Is

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Obtaining your Sojourner Permit Italian law requires all foreign personnel working or living within Italy, other than an active-duty member under military orders, to obtain a Sojourner Permit within eight days of arrival in Italy. This is different from a visa, which is merely an approval for entry into the country. All applicants over 14 years of age must apply in person, as each person's signature is required at the time of application. NATIONALS OF ANY STATE OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY COMING TO ITALY DO NOT REQUIRE ANY VISA OR SOJOURNER PERMIT. As part of the Area Orientation process, the U.S. Region Legal Service Office (RLSO EURAFSWA) assists in the preparation and oversees the acquisition of the Sojourner Permit for all personnel attached to U.S. Navy commands in the Naples area. Army and Air Force personnel stationed at JFC must apply through the Carabiniere at the JFC Provost Marshall's Office, Building L. Contact Connie Henderson, RLSO EURAFSWA liaison advisor, at 081-568-4639 for more information.


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M ORE I NSIDE P AGE … ONGOING/ON THE HORIZON continued CALLING ALL NAPLES NURSES! Please consider joining the Naples Area Nurses Association (NANA). NANA is an organization of nurses that work together to fundraise, participate in social events, and provide support throughout the U.S. Naval Hospital Naples and NSA Naples community. FMI, contact Lt. Kyle Brown, NANA president, at kyle.brown@med.navy.mil. THE NAPLES AREA SECOND CLASS PETTY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION is a newly founded association that meets twice a month to discuss upcoming community outreach opportunities and charity events. For more information, contact MA2 Aaron Kurschner at DSN 626-2871 or ABH2 Brent Paucke at DSN 626-5382. NAPOLI NATION FAN CLUB is a group that helps community members attend SSC Napoli soccer games, promotes intercultural relations and provides SSC Napoli information to the community. Membership benefits include SSC Napoli gear, discounted tickets and entry to Napoli Nation functions. FMI, visit www.facebook.com/groups/USASSCNapoli. SAIL WITH THE NAPLES NATO YACHT CLUB (NNYC) AMERICAN TEAM. We are looking for Americans interested in participating in dinghy races sailed at the NNYC facilities on the island of Nisida. Experience not required. FMI, contact Bob & Shauna Bunnell at bunnellr54@gmail.com and bunnellshauna@aol.com SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST WORSHIP SERVICE takes place Saturdays at Support Site Chapel from 9 a.m. to noon. The schedule is: Sabbath School lessons, 9:30 to 10:45 a.m.; songs and praise, 10:45 to 11 a.m.; Divine Service, 11 a.m. to noon. For more information, please contact Paolo Fleurant at 328194-6897 or naplesadventistsgroup@yahoo.com. CONNECT THE TOTS CLUB unites families with children from newborn to pre-school age within the Naples military community. Club events include monthly coffee mornings and birthday parties, weekly playgroups, craft activities and more. For more information, visit www.meetup.com/ Connect-theTots-Club. CATHOLIC WOMEN OF THE CHAPEL meets monthly in the Support Site Fellowship Hall for prayer, fellowship, and learning. Child care provided. We also meet Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. for Rosary and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. for bible study. For more information, e-mail cwocnaples@gmail.com or check out our Facebook page: Catholic Women of the Chapel - NSA Naples, Italy. HARRY S. TRUMAN LODGE No. 649 meets 6:30 p.m. every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at 6:30 p.m. FMI, contact Kevin Baker at 338-479-7023 or hst649sec@yahoo.com, or visit http://groups.yahoo.com/ group/HST649. PUBLIC SPEAKING WITH TOASTMASTERS The Naples Toastmasters Club meets the first and third Tuesdays of every month. Meetings are held at the Support Site Community Center at 6:30 p.m. FMI, contact the Toastmasters president at 342-010-6263. GAETA/NAPLES AREA GIRL SCOUTS Now accepting registration for the 2012-13 school year. We are still in need of leaders and co-leaders. Training and support provided. FMI, contact naplesgs@yahoo.com. FILIPINO-AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF NAPLES, ITALY meets at noon the first Sunday of every month at the Support Site Fellowship Hall. For more information, contact Ron Nacianceno at 081-568-1746 or 335-760-4446. Also check out the group’s Facebook page, Fil-Am Naples. THE U.S. MILITARY RETIREE ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN ITALY (USMRA-SI) is the only association in Southern Italy representing the interests of U.S. retired military personnel and their survivors. If you are not a member and are eligible, please join the USMRA-SI at usmra-si.tripod.com. Point of contact: Wylie Miller, 329-208-7315. THE NAPLES CHRISTIAN HOMESCHOOL ASSOCIATION meets every month to support families who have chosen to educate their own children. We offer weekly park/pool days, a moms’ night out and field trips to explore Bella Napoli and beyond! Interested? Need more information? Considering homeschooling? Please contact Natalie Mack at NPMack3@aol.com. MEDITATION SITTING GROUP is held from 7 to 7:30 p.m. every Monday at the side chapel at the Support Site. Newcomers should stop by at 6:30 p.m. Participation is free. FMI, e-mail Laura Hitchcock at laura.poodle@ gmail.com. REGISTER FOR GRADUATE DEGREE ON-SITE PROGRAMS Visit the University of Phoenix and the University of Oklahoma to learn what on-site degree programs are offered in the Naples area. UP is at 081-568-6670 and OU is at 081-568-6672. Both colleges have offices at Capodichino in the Admin II building. REGISTER FOR ON-SITE UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES Visit the colleges for more information about what classes and programs are offered. UMUC Maryland can be reached at 081-568-6673/74/75; Central Texas College is at 081-568-6761. THE WELFARE & RECREATION ASSOCIATION is available to meet associates every Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its location on the first floor of Building 450 upstairs from Capo Landing. FMI, visit http://www. wraitalia.it. SECURITY NOTE: All DoD military or civilian personnel hosting an event off base must complete a Special Event Force Protection Plan (SEFPP) 45 days in advance, regardless of organization, if the event will involve 50 or more personnel, include distinguished visitors or involve personnel wearing uniforms. FMI, contact the AT/FP Division at 081-568-5525 or visit the division office in the Capodichino Security Precinct, Bldg. 403. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS hosts English-speaking AA meetings on and off base in the Naples area. For more information, call 347-544-0254 or visit http://www.aa-europe.net/countries/italy.htm. RELIGIOUS SERVICES AT U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL NAPLES Tuesday Silent prayer (7:15-7:45 a.m.) in the hospital chapel. Traditional hymn and praise and worship music will be provided during this time. Wednesday Roman Catholic Mass (11:30 a.m.-12 p.m.) in the hospital chapel. Call 081811-6451 to confirm that Mass is being held. Thursday Men’s Fellowship and Bible Study (6-7 a.m.) in the hospital galley. SURE START is a unique program committed to providing the highest quality of education for command-sponsored children of enlisted personnel (priority to E1-E4) who are 4 years old by Sept. 1. FMI, call Karen Rodrigues at 081-811-4682 or the school at 081-811-4037. THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, San Gennaro council 14853, meets at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the Support Site Fleet and Family Support Center. E-mail George Piette at kofcnaples@ gmail.com or visit http://sites.google.com/ site/kofcnaples/ home. CARNEY PARK LADIES GOLF ASSOCIATION meets at 9 a.m. Mondays. All skill levels welcome. Discounted play with membership. FMI, call Carol Borkowski at 081-804-3345, or Carney Park Golf Course at 081-526-4296. EDIS SCREENINGS NOW AVAILABLE Room W09, Support Site Village Forum. For eligible children who have not reached their third birthday. If you are concerned about your child’s development, contact EDIS at 081-811-4676. LATINOS UNIDOS WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS Meetings are at 2 p.m. the first Sunday of every month at the Support Site park. For more info, contact Michael Cortez, Michael.cortez@eu.navy.mil, 334-6771-0327, or Gabriel Sermeno, Gabriel.sermeno@eu.navy.mil, 081-811-5554. CUB SCOUT PACK 007 Want to camp in Nettuno, hike in Cuma, go bowling or participate in swimming and archery? Then Cub Scouts is the place for you! Boys in first through fifth grade meet three times per month to learn skills that they apply on hiking, camping and service outings. FMI, contact naplescubmaster@gmail.com or visit www.cubscoutingnaples.org.

Friday, Aug. 30 4:30 p.m. Planes, PG (3D) 6 p.m. R.I.P.D., PG-13 7 p.m. 2 Guns, R Premiere Showing Saturday, Aug. 31 3 p.m. R.I.P.D., PG-13 4 p.m. Turbo, PG (3D) 6 p.m. Elysium, R 7 p.m. 2 Guns, R Sunday, Sept. 1 Planes, PG (3D) The Wolverine, PG-13 6 p.m. Red 2, PG-13 7 p.m. Grown Ups 2, PG-13 3 p.m. 4 p.m.

Monday, Sept. 2 Holiday Movie Hours 3 p.m. The Smurfs 2, PG 4 p.m. Planes, PG 6 p.m. Turbo, PG (3D) 7 p.m. 2 Guns, R

Tuesday, Sept. 3 Closed, No Movies Wednesday, Sept. 4 4:30 p.m. Planes, PG 6:30 p.m. Pacific Rim, PG-13 Last Showing 7 p.m. 2 Guns, R Thursday, Sept. 5 4:30 p.m. Grown Ups 2, PG-13 Last Showing 6 p.m. Turbo, PG 7 p.m. Elysium, R Last Showing Friday, Sept. 6 4:30 p.m. Turbo, PG, 6:30 p.m. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, PG (3D) Premiere Showing 7 p.m. We're the Millers, R Premiere Showing

Movie Descriptions GUNS, R, Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Denzel Washington, James Marsden, Paula Patton, Bill Paxton. Action/Adventure, 109 min. For the past 12 months, DEA agent Bobby Trench and U.S. naval intelligence officer Marcus Stigman have been reluctantly attached at the hip. Working undercover as members of a narcotics syndicate, each man distrusts his partner as much as the criminals they have both been tasked to take down. When their attempt to infiltrate a Mexican drug cartel and recover millions goes haywire, Trench and Stigman are suddenly disavowed by their superiors. Now that everyone wants them in jail or in the ground, the only person they can count on is the other. Unfortunately for their pursuers, when good guys spend years pretending to be bad, they pick up a few tricks along the way.

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ED 2, PG-13, Cast: Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren. Action/Adventure, 116 min. Retired blackops CIA agent Frank Moses reunites his unlikely team of elite operatives for a global quest to track down a missing portable nuclear device. To succeed, they'll need to survive an army of relentless assassins, ruthless terrorists and power-crazed government officials, all eager to get their hands on the next-generation weapon. The mission takes Frank and his motley crew to Paris, London and Moscow. Outgunned and outmanned, they have only their cunning wits, their old-school skills, and each other to rely on as they try to save the world-and stay alive in the process.

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HE SMURFS 2, PG, Cast: Neil Patrick Harris, Brendan Gleeson, Jayma Mays, Sofia Vergara, Hank Azaria. Animation, Family 105 min. In this sequel to Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures Animation's hybrid live action/animated family blockbuster comedy The Smurfs, the evil wizard Gargamel creates a couple of mischievous Smurf-like creatures called the Naughties that he hopes will let him harness the all-powerful, magical Smurf-essence. But when he discovers that only a real Smurf can give him what he wants, and only a secret spell that Smurfette knows can turn the Naughties into real Smurfs, Gargamel kidnaps Smurfette and brings her to Paris, where he has been winning the adoration of millions as the worlds greatest sorcerer. It's up to Papa, Clumsy, Grouchy, and Vanity to return to our time, reunite with their human friends Patrick and Grace Winslow, and rescue her! Will Smurfette, who has always felt different from the other Smurfs, find a new connection with the Naughties Vexy and Hackus - or will the Smurfs convince her that their love for her is True Blue?

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LYSIUM, R, Cast: Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Sharlto Copley, Alice Braga, Diego Luna. Action/Adventure, SiFi, 109 min. In the year 2154, two classes of people exist: the very wealthy, who live on a pristine man-made space station called Elysium, and the rest, who live on an overpopulated, ruined Earth. The people of Earth are desperate to escape the planet's crime and poverty, and they critically need the state-of-the-art medical care available on Elysium - but some in Elysium will stop at nothing to enforce anti-immigration laws and preserve their citizens' luxurious lifestyle. The only man with the chance bring equality to these worlds is Max, an ordi-

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Upcoming USO Tours Capodichino Office 081-568-5713 Support Site Office 081-811-4903 www.uso.it

TOURS OPEN TO BOTH U.S. MILITARY AND NATO I.D. CARD HOLDERS USO DAILY TOURS Aug. 30 A Day at the Beach in Gaeta...................................€15 Aug. 31 Mini Cruise of the Amalfi Coast ...........................€59 Sept. 1 Best of Rome...........................€48 Sept. 2 Wine Tasting in Avellino ........€42 Sept. 6 Friday Sushi Night.................€45

WEEKEND TOURS Sept. 14-15 Wine Roads of Siena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .€187 Oct. 12-14 San Marino & Urbino w/ Cooking Course €283 Oct.19-20 Perugia and the EuroChocolate Festival . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .€ 173 Oct. 31- Nov. 3 Halloween in Transylvania . . . . . . . . . .€836

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nary guy in desperate need to get to Elysium. With his life hanging in the balance, he reluctantly takes on a dangerous mission - one that pits him against Elysium's Secretary Delacourt and her hard-line forces - but if he succeeds, he could save not only his own life, but millions of people on Earth as well. .I.P.D., PG-13, Cast: Jeff Bridges, Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Bacon, Mary-Louise Parker, Stephanie Szostak. Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi, 96 min. A murdered cop is recruited to work for an afterlife police force that battles spirits not yet ready to depart this world.

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URBO, PG, Voices casting: Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Ken Jeong, Maya Rudolph, Ben Schwartz. Animation, 96 min. A high-velocity 3D comedy about an underdog snail who kicks into overdrive when he miraculously attains the power of super-speed. But after making fast friends with a crew of streetwise, tricked-out es-car-goes, Turbo learns that no one succeeds on their own. So he puts his heart and shell on the line to help his pals achieve their dreams, before Turbo-charging his own impossible dream: winning the Indy 500.

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HE CONJURING, R, Horror 112 min. Cast: Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Shanley Caswell. Based on a true story, the film tells the horrifying tale of how world renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.

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LANES, PG, Cast: Dane Cook, Brad Garrett, Teri Hatcher, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Stacy Keach. Animation, Family, 80 min. Dusty, a plane with dreams of competing as a high-flying air racer. But Dusty's not exactly built for racing-and he happens to be afraid of heights. So he turns to a seasoned naval aviator who helps Dusty qualify to take on the defending champ of the race circuit. Dusty's courage is put to the ultimate test as he aims to reach heights he never dreamed possible, giving a spellbound world the inspiration to soar.

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ROWN UPS 2, PG-13, Cast: Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, Salma Hayekl. Comedy, 101 min. Lenny has relocated his family back to the small town where he and his friends grew up. This time around, the grown ups are the ones learning lessons from their kids on a day notoriously full of surprises: the last day of school.

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HE WOLVERINE, PG-13, Cast: Hugh Jackman, Famke Janssen, Brian Tee, Will Yun Lee, Hiroyuki Sanada. Science Fiction, Action/Adventure, 129 min. Based on the celebrated comic book arc, this epic action-adventure takes Wolverine, the most iconic character of the X-Men universe, to modern day Japan. Out of his depth in an unknown world he faces his ultimate nemesis in a life-or-death battle that will leave him forever changed. Vulnerable for the first time and pushed to his physical and emotional limits, he confronts not only lethal samurai steel but also his inner struggle against his own immortality, emerging more powerful than we have ever seen him before.

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If you have been sexually assaulted or need to speak with a S.A.P.R. victim advocate, call 335-640-6621 24/7 for information and support. The DoD Safe Helpline can be reached toll-free at 001-877-995-5247.


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Tiger Sharks Complete Summer Swim Program By Jamie Yenco, Tiger Sharks Public Relations

The Naples Tiger Sharks ended their annual summer swim program with a competitive intra-squad meet Aug. 15. “The intra squad meet is the culminating event for the NTS summer program. We had 77 swimmers participate in the program this year,” said Jane Higgins, Tiger Sharks head coach. Over the summer, the swim team and coaches took extra steps to keep their annual summer swim program running. Due to the unforeseen pool closure at the Capodichino pool facility, the team took advantage of closed pool days at the Support Site to conduct the program. The team was able to hold their meets without interfering with the pool schedule. “At the meet, swimmers had the opportunity to put into practice what they learned over the summer, competing in 25 and 50 meter sprint events,” said Higgins. “This was the very first competition for 22 swimmers. It was extremely exciting and rewarding to see the new swimmers compete, with their strokes coming together very nicely.” “For our returning swimmers, this was a super opportunity to see where they stand amongst their teammates,” said Higgins. “Many swimmers were turning in some of their fastest times and that's with in

Swimmers compete in an intra squad meet during the Naples Tiger Sharks summer swim program. (Photo by Mike Sharp)

water starts.” “The Summer Swim program was truly wonderful watching week in and week out, these kids put everything they had into it,” said Dave Snodgrass, Naples Tiger Sharks president. “Then to watch them display what they learned at the meet, was just breath taking." The team will travel to Sigonella and compete against the Swordfish Sept. 8 for their

annual “Remembrance Meet,” which honors the men, women and children killed in the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. “The coaches can't wait to see what they will do off the starting blocks,” added Higgins. The official swim season and practices started Monday and ends Feb. 16 with the European Forces Swim League Championships in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

VP 47 Stays Mission Ready Aviation Machinist's Mate 3rd Class Jaclayne Phillips, assigned to the Golden Swordsman of Patrol Squadron (VP) 47, inspects a propeller of a P-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft at Naval Air Station Sigonella. VP-47 is deployed in support of maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 4th and 6th Fleet areas of responsibility. (Photo by MC2 Stacy D. Laseter)


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Let's Get Dirty!

Community members participate in MWR’s Annual Mud Run, Aug. 24, at Carney Park. (Photos by Lt. Liza Dougherty)


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Jobs

HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE (HRO) NOTICE: The Department of the Navy announced a hiring freeze effective Jan. 14. Effective immediately, all appropriated funds, U.S. and local national vacancy announcements will be placed on hold until further notice. However, some positions are exempt from the hiring freeze as per the Secretary of the Navy (Manpower & Reserve Affairs) guidance issued Jan. 28. Announcements for exempt positions will be advertised as normal on this page. HRO WEBSITE: http://www.cnic.navy. mil/regions/cnreurafswa/about/jobs. html Please contact us at 081-568-5409 for any questions. The Human Resources Office is located in the Admin I building at Capodichino, first floor. The customer service hours are Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Applications are accepted at the Security Pass and ID Office at Capodichino, OR at the HRO, located in Admin 1, Capodichino, OR by mailing to: HRO, PSC 817 Box 29, FPO AE 09622, OR at Fleet and Family Service Center (FFSC) located on the TLA first floor, at Support Site. HRO must receive mailed applications by closing date of the vacancy announcement. PLEASE NOTE: Customer service operation hours for the following HRO services are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.: • ID/CAC CARDS (DD1172-2) • Requests for an Official Passport (DD1056) • Logistical Support Letters • Work Certificates NOTICE: The Department of the Navy announced a hiring freeze effective Jan. 14. Effective immediately, all appropriated funds, U.S. and local national vacancy announcements will be placed on hold until further notice.

U.S. POSITIONS NOTE: Effective May 1, CONUS hires currently residing in the Naples/Gaeta commuting areas must apply through USAJOBS in order to receive consideration.

OPEN CONTINUOUS ANNOUNCEMENT Educational Aid (CDC/CYP), GS-1702-02 KPP 03 KPP 04, ANN# EUR13-537395-AG, (Multiple Positions), Full Time Permanent. Next Cut Off-Date: Sept. 13. CLOSING DATE: SEPT. 5 Security Specialist, GS-0080-07 KPP 09 or GS-0080-09, ANN# EUR13-667058-EG, Full Time Permanent. Supervisory Marketing Specialist, GS-1101-09, ANN#EUR13504619-AG, Full Time Permanent. Management Analyst, GS-034309, ANN#EUR13-478517-AG, Full Time Permanent. Accounting Technician, GS0525-07, ANN#EUR13-664804-KB, Full Time Permanent. Travel Coordinator, GS-0301-07, ANN#EUR13-664821-KB, Full Time Permanent. Lead Firefighter, (Two Vacancies) GS-0081-08, ANN#EUR13668259-KB, Full Time Permanent. Program Analyst, GS-0343-09, ANN#EUR13-670763-EG, Full Time Permanent. CLOSING DATE: SEPT. 12 Paralegal Specialist, GS-095011, ANN#EUR13-670072-EG, Full Time Permanent. Program Analyst, GS-0343-13, ANN#EUR13-667073-EG, Full Time Permanent. Program Manager, GS-0340-15, ANN#EUR13-667204-EG, Full Time Permanent.

LOCAL NATIONALS (LN) POSITIONS CLOSING DATE: SEPT. 5 Supply Clerk, UA-2005-07 KPP

06 or UA-2005-06, ANN#66096663233-EG, Full Time Permanent AOC: Current Permanent Local National Employees Only. Installation Firefighter UC5201-06 ANN#62588-668307-AG, Full Time Permanent Installation Firefighter (Trainee) UC-5201-07 ANN#62588668366-AG Full Time Permanent. If you have any questions, contact the front desk at 081-568-5409. You will be contacted within 24 hours, so please be sure to provide your contact information. Thank you and we appreciate your input, whether negative or positive so that we can find ways to improve the HRO services or continue to provide excellent service. As a reminder, an HRO representative is available for the bi-weekly "Meet & Greet" at the Support Site food court area. Please feel free to come by, pick up a copy of a vacancy announcement that you may be interested in applying for, or ask questions. If the HRO representative is unable to provide you a response, he or she will bring the question back to the HRO office and you will be provided an answer or a call back the same day. The next "Meet & Greet" is from 8-9 a.m. Sept. 9.

NON-APPROPRIATED FUND (NAF) POSITIONS Fleet & Family Readiness NAF Local Naples job announcements within CNREURAFSWA may be viewed at: www.cnic.navy.mil/ Naples/FleetAndFamilyReadiness /AboutFleetAndFamilyReadiness/ Jobs/index.htm The necessary application forms are also available online. For any questions you have, you may reach us at 081-568-5612/4164.

NSA NAPLES U.S. POSITIONS, MWR OPEN CONTINUOUS POSITIONS Child and Youth Programs Assistant, CY-1702-I/II, ANN#13071, (Multiple Positions). Regular full time/ part-time/ flexible. Child Development Centers, School Age Care, Youth Programs, Capodichino/Support Site. Provides appropriate developmental care and instruction for children and youth ranging in age from 6 weeks to 18 years in a Child and Youth Program setting Performs routine, day-to-day care of infants and children ranging from 6 weeks to 5 years old. Assembles or gathers materials and equipment necessary to execute School Age Care for children ranging from 6 years old to 9 years old, School Age Care PreTeen for children ranging from 10 years old to 12 years old, and Teen Center Program for children ranging from 13 years old to 18 years old. Receives and releases children to/from authorized parents, guardian. Recreation Aid, NF-0189-01, ANN#12-002, flexible, Auto/Skills Center, Support Site. Provides information concerning facility, operation and regulations. Ensures adherence to regulations and safety procedures. Recreation Aid, NF-0189-01, ANN#12-042, flexible, Golf Course, Carney Park. Collects green fees (monthly and daily), locker fees and fees for electric cart rentals. Employee will act as starter when needed on weekdays and assist when needed as cashier. Recreation Aid, NF-0189-01, ANN#12-044, flexible, NOR Center, Carney Park. Provides and maintain recreation and athletic equipment issue. Recreation Aid, NF-0189-01, ANN#12-155, flexible, Liberty Division, Capodichino. Helps the customers in the recreation center with recreational events. Recreation Aid, NF-0189-01 (Theater Concessionaire) ANN# 13015, flexible, Reel Time Theater II, Support Site. This position transacts the sale of refreshments at the theater snack bar.

Recreation Aid, NF-0189-01, ANN# 13-035, flexible Fitness Branch, Capodichino/Support Site. Performs maintenance on various types of recreation and athletic equipment to ensure that all equipment is in good condition and safe for patron use. Recreation Aid, NF-0189-01 ANN#13-128, flexible part time, Bowling Center, Support Site. Provides oversight of activities and necessary services to authorized patrons. Recreation Aid (Intramural Sports), NF-0189-01, ANN#13140, flexible, Fitness Branch, Capo/Support Site. Assists the Sport Coordinator to plan the fitness activities. Food Service Worker, NA-740804, ANN#13-126 flexible part time, Bowling Center, Support Site. Performs a variety of tasks such as grilling or frying pancakes, hamburgers, hot dogs, bacon, eggs, sausage, by watching while the items are cooking, turning as required; regulating temperature and removing when done.

CNREURAFSWA NAF U.S POSITION CYP Operation Clerk, NF-030302, ANN#13-065,(Multiple Positions) regular full time/part time & flexible, Fleet and Family Readiness Program, CYP Division, Naples. The purpose of this Child and Youth Program Operations Clerk is to serve as a contact point for information and perform clerical and administrative tasks in support of the CYP, which includes Child Development Centers (CDCs), Child Development Homes (CDH), School Age Care (SAC) programs, Youth program (YP). Open Until Filled. CYP Leader, CY-1702-II, ANN# 13-124, (Multiple Positions) regular full time (Eligible for Post Allowance) Fleet and Family Readiness Program, CYP Division, Naples. The purpose of the CYP Leader is to provide appropriate development care and instruction for children and youth ranging in age from 6 weeks to 18 years in one or more CY programs. This includes the provision of guidance, assistance, and mentoring for the CY Program Assistants. Closing date: Sept. 6.

NEX EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Gricignano, Building 2091-B Call 081-813-5253/5254 Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For a current list of U.S. vacancies and the on-line application, please visit our website at: https://www.NavyExchange.jobs.

U.S. NAF POSITIONS AVAILABLE GRICIGNANO MAIN STORE Ann#130002NC Supervisory Sales Clerk/CL/NF-02/RFT- Open Until Filled Pay Rate: $9.00-$12.00. Responsible for supervising a group of associates that sell general merchandise to customers exercising professional selling techniques. Ann#130002F2 Customer Service Clerk/CS/NF-02/Flex- Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $8.50$10.00. Performs a variety of customer service duties including special orders, foreign currency exchange, Western Union, merchandise returns, etc. Ann#130001T2 Security Guard/ 52/NF-01/Flex. Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $9.00-$11.00. Ensures enforcement of security measures; conducts inspections; prepares reports concerning security related incidents, etc. Ann#130002OR LP/Safety Investigator Asst. (Trainee)/52/NF02/RFT - Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $10.00-$12.00. Responsible for the protection of Navy Exchange assets through investigative strategies and the auditing of controls designed to prevent and minimize loss potential. Utilizes various surveillance techniques. Ann#130002H2 Lead Cashier Checker/CC/NF-01/RFT- Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $9.00$11.00. Responsible for leading associates engaged in the operation of cash registers to record sales in retail checkout areas. Ann#1300023Z Cashier Checker/CC/NF-01/Flex- Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $8.00-$9.50. Associates are engaged in the operation of cash registers to record sales in retail checkout areas. Ann#13000240 Sales Clerk/ HL/NF-01/Flex- Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $8.00-$9.50. Responsible for selling general merchandise to customers and ensuring merchandise is properly stocked and dis-

played for the Electronics, Housewares, Domestics, Furniture, and Gifts departments. Ann#1300023U Sales Clerk/ CL/NF-01/FPT- Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $8.00-$9.50. Responsible for selling general merchandise to customers and ensuring merchandise is properly stocked and displayed for the Cosmetics, Health & Personal Care, Sporting Goods, Garden, Christmas Shop, Pets, and Cough and Cold departments. Ann#13000241 Sales Clerk/ SL/NF-01/FPT- Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $8.00-$9.50. Responsible for selling general merchandise to customers and ensuring merchandise is properly stocked and displayed for the Jewelry, Mens, Ladies, Shoes, Cosmetics, Handbags, and Children’s departments. EARTH & VINE WINE SHOP Ann#120002QJ Sales Clerk/ PS/NF-01/Flex- Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $8.00-$9.50. Job Summary: Responsible for selling general merchandise to customers and ensuring merchandise is properly stocked and available. CAPODICHINO NEX MART Ann#130001NR Sales Clerk/ MM/ NF-01/Flex- Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $8.00-$9.50. Responsible for selling general merchandise to customers and ensuring merchandise is properly stocked and available. GRICIGNANO MINI MART Ann#12000343 Sales Clerk/ MM/ NF-01/Flex. Open until filled. Pay Rate: $8.00-$9.50. Responsible for selling general merchandise to customers and ensuring merchandise is properly stocked and available. ROME EMBASSY MINI MART Ann#1300024L Sales Clerk/ MM/NF-01/Flex- Open Until Filled. Pay Rate: $8.00-$9.50. Job Summary: Responsible for selling general merchandise to customers and ensuring merchandise is properly stocked and available.


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