Hourglass 01-21-06 .indd by linxiaoqin


									(Bad behavior, breaking law can bring big trouble.
                  see Page 4.)
                (Illustration by Elizabeth Davie )

'To life' should be our cheer every day
   Today is my oldest daughter’s                  Well, you can imagine my shock
20th birthday. Kelly was born at Fort          and disbelief when she called from
Rucker, Ala. where I was stationed             college the other day and I gave my
in the Army. Our chaplain at Fort              typical reply, “How much?” And she
Rucker was Scott Tomlinson and he              said, “No, dad, I don’t want money.
and his wife Helen were the parents            I want advice.” Advice?!? From me?
of a very healthy and happy little             Your father? Now, lots of people
boy, Scotty IV. We moved, Kelly and            come to me for spiritual advice and
Scotty grew up and life progressed             even relationship advice and from
as normal. During her teen years,              their responses I have the sense that
Kelly enjoyed and exercised that ex-           I’m at least adequate. But for my very      turning 20. She said she feels a lot
traordinary gift of adolescence – bril-        own daughter to break down and              older. How does that make me feel?
liant wisdom without the muddled,              actually ask me a question and fully        Her decisions and desires will have
antiquated advice of adults. Parental          listen to the answer was beyond my          less to do with us and more to do
input for the issues of life was un-           imagination. That definitely warrants        with others from this point on. For
necessary and probably detrimental             an entry into the journal.
to her well-being.                                I spoke to my daughter today about                            See LIFE, Page 7

Getting it wrong is not a good option
   I love my country. I swear I do. I love being an Ameri-                How many new
can.                                                                   terrorists were
   That's why I want us to get things right and avoid                  created among
costly mistakes.                                                       the thousands of
   Take the recent missile strike made in Pakistan where,              Pakistanis who
if you can believe the news reports, at least 18 innocent              angrily demon-
people, mostly women and children, were killed.                        strated in the
   For the past two months or so, Americans were begin-                streets shouting
ning to maybe, just maybe, turn the tide of public opin-               death to Amer-
ion in that country. Our efforts to aid the victims of the             ica? How many
earthquake were doing a lot to give Pakistanis a favor-                young Pakistanis who might have been on the fence
able view of Americans, especially in the mountain tribal              have now become our enemies? How many times will
areas hardest hit by the earthquake, where support for                 Al-Jazeera show video of dead women and children to
Al-Qaeda has been the strongest. If we could somehow                   the Muslim world as a recruiting poster for terrorists?
get those people on our side, to trust us, how important                  We don't seem to be very adept at winning hearts and
would that be? But then we go and do that air strike                   minds. We didn't do it in Vietnam and I don't think any-
based on what might be faulty intelligence.                            one can say we're doing a great job now.
   From what I read, Pakistani officials say that four or                  If we had actually gotten the number two guy in Al-Qa-
five terrorists may have been killed in the strike. Accord-             eda we were after, it may have been worth it. But it's not
ing to news reports, a top aide to Bin Laden may have                  like this is the first time we shot missiles at somebody
been killed. Hopefully, that's true. The question would                who turned out not to be there and killed a lot of other
be is it worth the problems being caused by doing it?                  people.
   It's creating major concerns for Pakistan's president                  My younger brother is a police officer in a large mid-
Musharraf who is already walking a dangerously thin                    western city and he's been involved in two shootings.
line in helping the U.S. We'd be in bad shape if his gov-
ernment was overthrown.                                                                                See OPTION, Page 7

                                           The Kwajalein Hourglass
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  the insignia of the U.S. Army 7th Infantry   ment of Defense, Department of the Army        E-mail:hourglass@kls.usaka.smdc.army.mil
  Division, which liberated the island from    or USAKA. It is published Wednesdays and
  the forces of Imperial Japan on Feb. 4,      Saturdays in accordance with Army Regula-
  1944.                                        tion 360-1 and using a network printer by   Commanding Officer..........COL Beverly Stipe
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  rized publication for military personnel,       P.O. Box 23, APO AP 96555                Editor.....................................Nell Drumheller
  federal employees, contractor workers           Phone: Defense Switching Network 254-    Graphics Designer.........................Dan Adler
  and their families assigned to U.S. Army     3539;                                       Reporter................................Elizabeth Davie
  Kwajalein Atoll. Contents of the Hourglass      Local phone: 53539                       High School Volunteer.............Lisa Barbella
  are not necessarily official views of, or        Printed circulation: 2,000               Circulation..............................Will O'Connell
The Kwajalein Hourglass                                            2                                                        Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006
School Advisory Council

     Calendar approved for 2006-2007 session
By Nell M. Drumheller                                           slippery concrete at the elementary school. Kevin
Editor                                                          Finn, vice president/deputy program manager Kwaja-
                                                                lein Range Services community services, said ensuring
   The 2006-2007 school year might begin Aug. 18 and            the concrete is safe is a priority and that the process
end June 16. The ‘yellow,’ or late start version one cal-       used to do so requires a special top coat which he said
endar was approved at Wednesday’s School Advisory               is on order. High School Principal Steve Howell added
Council meeting with a 5-2 vote.                                that another way to score the concrete is with a ma-
   Additionally, an exception to policy was declined            chine. He said the plan had been to complete all of the
with a 5-3 vote.                                                school-related concrete work over the Christmas holi-
   Both decisions will be forwarded to COL Beverly              days but that the work at the high school had taken a
Stipe, U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll, for approval.                 lot more time than expected.
   The recommended school calendar was one of                     Issues covered in the section reports included:
three reviewed for the coming year.                                     • Pam Duffy, Ebeye parents' representative,
   The most common reasons for supporting                               said that in the past girls in the guest stu-
this calendar version were:                                              dent program had not attended the Father/
   • Professional development for the teach-                             Daughter dance because in traditional Mar-
ers in the summer. This version                                          shallese families it is inappropriate for the fa-
dates coincided best with course                                          ther to slow dance with the eldest daughter.
work in the states.                                                          This year Ebeye mothers were invited to
   • Attendance: Many felt that par-                                         attend with their daughters. Duffy said
ents would not ensure students would                                         this concession was greatly appreciated
be available for an early start date.                                     by the Marshallese families.
   • College schedules: this version                                     • Steve Howell, high school representative,
coincides with college start                                               said there will be a public meeting in Feb-
dates in the states so fami-                                                   ruary for parents to review the new cur-
lies with college students                                                       riculum.
don't have to chose between                                                           • The National Honor Society will
supporting their children at                                                         hold its variety show on Feb. 5.
the beginning of the college                                                                 • Young people from Child
year and being on Kwaja-                                                                   and Youth Services are work-
lein for the beginning of the                                                              ing with American Forces
school year.                                                                            Network to create a public ser-
   The exception to policy                                                               vice announcement on alcohol
concerned       administering                                                             awareness.
the Iowa Tests of Basic                                                                     • Members of the National
Skills to Kwajalein second                                                                Honor Society went to Eb-
graders next month. School                                                                eye Wednesday and delivered
Superintendent Dan Frazier                                                               gifts to Calvary, Jabro, Father
recommended not adminis-                                                                  Hacker and Seventh Day Ad-
tering the test to second grad-                                                            ventist high schools.
ers because, in his opinion and                                                               • Cardale Tademy is the new
a consensus of the teachers he spoke                                                       youth services activities direc-
with, the test was not an effective tool for evaluating         tor. He arrived Jan. 7 and is from Long Beach, Calif.
the students’ skills. He said the test was extremely              • Community Education is reviewing the possibility
time consuming, as teachers had to read the test ques-          of combining a Winter B and Spring A session.
tions to the students and give them time to answer.               • Community Education is researching computer-
He added the test does not have a time limit on it so           ized exams for firefighter recertification and training.
it might take teachers days to administer it. He said             • The Winter Ball, for Grades 9-12, will be Sunday. It
when students are tested in the third grade on they             is sponsored by Grade 10.
read their own tests and data gathered from the tests is          • Class meetings will be held on Friday.
useful. The council voted to keep the testing in place.           • ITBS tests are scheduled for the week beginning
   Mary Beth Clark, an audience member, raised a con-           Feb. 7.
cern about slippery concrete at the elementary school.            • The fourth grade readover will be Sunday evening.
She said her daughter slipped and fell on wet concrete            • A chairperson is needed for the PTO-sponsored
in August. She was concerned that the concrete had              Math/Science Exploratorium.
not been repaired. She added that she knew the same               • Frazier will attend teacher recruiting fairs in Iowa
issue had been resolved at the high school and asked            Feb. 3-5.
why it had not been done at the elementary school.                The next SAC will be at 7 p.m., Feb. 15 in the George
She said that another child fell in the past week on            Seitz Elementary School Music Room.
Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006                                     3                                            The Kwajalein Hourglass
  “The administrative bar process
 employed at Kwajalein is the tool
                                            Behaviors that
   the Command uses to insure
 good order and discipline on the
              — Dennis O’Connell,
            USAKA command counsel.

      “An administrative bar is a pro-
   hibition or limitation of access or
  activity on a military installation. It
 is administrative in nature because
    it does not depend on a code of
 laws or on the operation of a crimi-
    nal justice system. It stems from
  a commander’s inherent authority
   to regulate behavior on a military
 base. The scope of a bar action can
 range from a mere letter of warning
 or restriction from activities, to per-
   manent removal from Kwajalein.”
              — Dennis O’Connell,
            USAKA command counsel.

Several types of actions may be taken to ensure
discipline, order on island, including barring
By Nell M. Drumheller                       deputy chief, said.                     ing this time frame, they will au-
Editor                                        According to Mullin there are         tomatically be barred for 10 days.
                                            different kinds of bars, which are      “Behaviors which warrant this type
  Law enforcement authorities               administered according to the of-       of bar depends on the individual's
with the U.S. Army Kwajalein                fense and based on an individual’s      prior history. This could be any-
Atoll use the Hawaii criminal               (adult or juvenile) prior record here   thing from a water safety violation
statutes, the laws of the Republic          on island.                              to public intoxication or traffic vio-
of the Marshall Islands and the               • Suspended Administrative Bar        lation,” Mullin said.
Uniform Code of Military Justice            - The amount of time an individual        • Administrative Conditional
to characterize offences.                   will be barred if any further mis-      Bar – The amount of time for an
  “The administrative bar process           conduct occurs. As an example, for      Administrative Conditional Bar is
employed at Kwajalein is the tool           a 180-day suspended administra-         specific. For example a one year
the Command uses to insure good             tive bar, the individual is allowed     administrative bar results in an
order and discipline on the instal-         to remain on island, come and go,       individual being administratively
lation,” Dennis O’Connell, USAKA            and/or continue work during this        barred from entering USAKA for
command counsel.                            time period, but if there is any        any reason during that time. “Con-
  The Kwajalein Police Depart-              misconduct by that individual they      tinued behavior which warrants
ment enforces the bar process.              will be barred for the remainder of     this type of administrative bar can
“We process bar actions, but the            the time or a specified amount of        also depend on the individuals’
offender’s organization HR [hu-             time. A 10-day administrative bar       prior history. Promoting liquor to a
man resources] representative               may be suspended for 180 days,          minor, public intoxication, larceny,
serves it,” Capt. Jeff Mullin, KPD          but if there is any misconduct dur-     and malicious mischief are just a

The Kwajalein Hourglass                                      4                                          Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006
could get you                                                                       “If John Q. Public commits a
                                                                                crime on Kwajalein and transfers
                                                                                to seek employment at any other
                                                                                 DoD installation, his record will
                                                                               follow to haunt him; however, even
                                                                                  though we enforce the Hawaii
                                                                                  Revised Statutes, there will be
                                                                                no state record of his crime(s) on
                                                                                 Kwajalein — unless it is a major
                                                                               crime that is picked up by the FBI,
                                                                                      DEA, U.S. Attorney, etc."
                                                                                          — Capt. Jeff Mullin,
                                                                                          KPD deputy chief

                                                                                 Infractions of USAKA regulations
                                                                               may also result in administrative
                                                                               bar actions. As one example, a
                                                                               violation of the water safety regula-
                                                                               tion could result in a bar from rec-
                                                                               reational activities, or, misconduct
                                                                               at a sporting even could result in
                                                                               a bar from participation. “Everyone
                                                                               within USAKA is subject to these
                                                                               standards. Employers may apply
                                                                               sanctions of their own against their
                                                                               employees who commit offenses,
                                                                               independent of any action by the
                                                                               command,” O’Connell said.
few examples,” Mullin added.            sures offender’s departure off is-       According to O’Connell, the com-
  • Administrative Permanent Bar        land.                                  mand considers the context and
– This type of bar could be the re-       2. Off-island hire who is a threat   circumstances of the offense, the
sult of drug offenses, promoting li-    – KPD ensures offender’s departure     impact on the community and the
quor to a minor, repeated trespass      off island.                            prior record of the offender in de-
violations, public intoxication,          3. Local national – KPD ensures      termining the appropriate admin-
drunk and disorderly, assault, lar-     offender is escorted to dock and       istrative action in any particular
ceny, etc.                              departs.                               case. “Generally, repeat offenses
  According to O’Connell, “An ad-         KPD tracks and vets access viola-    or offenses committed under ag-
ministrative bar is a prohibition or    tions for barring actions, and the     gravated conditions are considered
limitation of access or activity on     extent of the bar is based upon        more serious,” he said.
a military installation. It is admin-   past offenses, the seriousness           Juvenile misbehavior is also
istrative in nature because it does     of the offense, and extenuating        subject to administrative bar ac-
not depend on a code of laws or on      circumstances. The Provost Mar-        tion; however the identities are
the operation of a criminal justice     shal’s Office determines the extent     protected just as they would be in
system. It stems from a command-        of the bar for all other offenses.     the United States. Because spon-
er’s inherent authority to regulate       There is no independent code         sors are held accountable for their
behavior on a military base. The        of offenses or infractions that is     family members behavior, juvenile
scope of a bar action can range         used for the purposes of enforce-      misconduct could result in bar ac-
from a mere letter of warning or        ment. “The U.S. Congress enacted       tion against a parent.
restriction from activities, to per-    legislation with language to the ef-     The USAKA commander is the
manent removal from Kwajalein.”         fect that an offense that is punish-   ultimate authority for bar actions
  There are many possible situa-        able under the laws of the State of    within USAKA. For less serious of-
tions on how the bar takes effect,      Hawaii, would also be punishable       fenses, that authority is delegated
but most fall into one of the follow-   in the areas of the Republic of the    to the deputy garrison commander
ing three scenarios:                    Marshall Islands where the United
  1. Off-island hire who is not a       States has jurisdiction,” the USA-
threat – hiring organization en-        KA attorney said.                            See BARRED, Page 8
Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006                                                                             The Kwajalein Hourglass
Gone fishin'
   Big Strike tournament draws 125 anglers
By Trudy Butler
Kwajalein Atoll International Sportfishing Club

  Despite prevailing winds gusting to 26 knots and
high seas, Kwajalein Atoll anglers trolled the waters
surrounding Kwajalein and Roi-Namur for 11 hours
Monday in hopes of reeling in a winning category
fish for the Big Strike Fishing Tournament. There
were 27 boats, 125 Kwajalein Atoll anglers, in the
Kwajalein Atoll International Sportfishing Club
sponsored event setting a new record for the number
of Kwajalein fishing tournament participation.
  Winner of the largest fish categories, 15 percent of
                                the purse, were:
                                  • Team Us Guys (Capt.
                                Joey Salvador with crew
                                Tino Salvador, Matt Molina
                                  and Hilton Crutchfield)            Boats leave the Small Boat Marina to start an 11-hour day of fishing.
                                 who won the category for           (Photo by Sondra Nix)
                                 largest Billfish, weighing
                                 in a 236 pound marlin.             and Johnny ‘5-0’ Ysa-
                                   • Team First Timers              guirre) won the cat-
                                 (Capt. Dave Stuedell with          egory of the day, the
                                  crew Kevin Wildfang,              Catch 5 Category (40
                                   Greg Reese and Tim               percent of the purse)
                                    O’Rourke) took the cat-         weighing in a marlin
                                     egory for largest ono,         (210.5 pounds), ahi
                                     31 pounds.                     (4.5 pounds), Ono
                                        • Team Tight Lines/         (15.5 pounds), mahi
                                      Good Times (Capt. Ed          mahi (18 pounds) and
                                      Bonham whose crew             a rainbow runner (3.5
                                      includes his father           pounds).
                                      Ed Bonham, Skip                 The smallest fish
                                      Bonham and Carol              category    went   to
                                      Noyes) won the mahi           Team Pohnpei on Roi
                                      mahi    category, 23          Namur (Capt. Rob-
                                      pounds.                       ert Stere with crew
                                       • Team Fish Chumps           Danny Nabu, Henty
                                    (Capt. Dennis O’Connell         Keju and Lee Taidrik)
Dennis O'Connell watches as the
72.5 pound yellowfin he and his      with crew Will O’Connell,       for a yellowfin tuna
team caught is weighed.             Christopher Lykins and          that weighed in at 2 Roy Howard, the weigh master for
Scott Phillips) walked away with the yellowfin catego-               pounds.               the tournament, weighs a mahi mahi.
                                                                                          (Photos by Elizabeth Davie)
ry, weighing in a yellowfin tuna at 72.5 pounds.                       The    tournament
  Team Fish Slayers (Capt. Mike Savage with crew                    was a great success, thanks to all that partici-
Julie Wathen, Torrey Landers, Dalbert Delacruz                      pated!

                                                          In memoriam
                                          San Juan Construction regretfully announces the passing of friend and col-
                                        league, Sammy Woodall.
                                          Born on Nov. 2, 1946, in Deport, Texas, Woodall was a veteran of the Viet-
                                        nam War and a longtime Army reservist. After completing his military career,
                                        Woodall continued to serve his country, working overseas in Russia, Europe
                                        and Kwajalein. Woodall enjoyed country music, fishing, rodeo and barbecue.
                                        Woodall is survived by his wife, Hemrose, and three children.

           Sammy Woodall

The Kwajalein Hourglass                                         6                                                    Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006
Quality specialist has 28 years of experience
Hourglass reports                                                  governed by the perfor-
                                                                   mance work statements
                                     Former NASA em-               for each organization.
                                   ployee brings 28 years            “I was a team mem-
                                   experience to the is-           ber at Kennedy Space
                                  nd.                              Center, Florida for 28
                                  Godwin arrived in mid            years. I Managed the
                                  ber. She is working in           Safety and Quality or-
                                  Quality Organization.            ganizations for both
                                  s a quality specialist,          Space Shuttle Launch
                                    support the Mission            Pads and Vehicle As-
                                   perations Directorate           sembly Building,” she
                                  act performance,” she            said.
                                                                     Godwin is pursuing
                                  NASA Godwin collected            a master’s degree in
                                  essary to improve pro-           aeronautical/aerospace
                                   ation to provide a safe         safety. She says she           Rene Godwin
                                  huttle launch, landing           looks forward to the
                                                                   challenge and contribution that she will make
                                    perform independent            within the company to make it profitable and suc-
                                   s of the requirements           cessful.

example, she’s not coming home this         and see their face. This is a privilege       Kelly called again this morning.
summer because she will spend two           the Tomlinson’s no longer enjoy.            She told us earlier that she didn’t
months in Europe with her boyfriend.          Scott and Helen’s son passed              want any gifts for her birthday, just
Go figure.                                   away last April from a very rare and        money for her trip to Europe. Today
  All in all, I must look at the progres-   devastating disease. I just received a      she said, “Dad, I’ve changed my
sion of the years in a positive light.      memorial they wrote about their son         mind. I want money and an iPod.”
She is young, healthy, energetic and        who brought them much more joy              That’s my girl. I’m glad she is still
talented and has much to anticipate         than grief even though his stay was         here to ask.
in life. I am very proud of my daugh-       shortened to just 22 years. He was            On Feb. 16, the Community Band
ters and who they have become and           a young man of indomitable trust in         will have a concert and one of our
where they are headed. I couldn’t be        God and his parents rest firm in their       songs is a selection from Fiddler on
happier. Their lives are a blessing to      faith that they will be reunited. This      the Roof. At the end of this song, the
Kathy Ann and me. I count it a joy          family has confidence in a God who           band shouts in unison, “To life!” May
each day I’m able to hear their voice       also lost a son and was reunited.           this be our cheer each and every day.

OPTION, from Page 2
He's had to kill criminals in the line of duty and he went            But is killing four or five terrorists of questionable
through hell proving he was 'sure' before he pulled the            importance going to help us if we make four or five hun-
trigger and that the shootings were justified. Our gov-             dred new enemies who will harbor the ones we are after
ernment, military and intelligence agencies should be              or take the places of the ones killed? That's the million
able to pass that kind of test, too.                               dollar question.
   There's a heck of a lot riding on being right these                Don't get me wrong. I want every terrorist in the world
days. We can't just shrug our shoulders and say oh,                dead. They have to be hunted down and killed. The
well. The consequences of being wrong are monumen-                 only way that can be accomplished is if they can't find a
tal.                                                               safe place or support anywhere and the local people are
   Terrorism or insurgency, however you wish to define              with us and help find them.
it, can never be defeated if the local population supports            We may be in a very bad, no win situation. We want
the insurgents and gives them aid and comfort. Without             to give terrorists the message that no matter where they
the locals behind us, it's almost game over.                       are, we can and will kill them. But do we also want to
   History has shown how not winning people to our side            say that If they are in a village filled with people, that will
worked against us in Vietnam, against the French in                afford them no safety or protection. We will kill them no
Algeria and against the British in Northern Ireland.               matter what and if innocents are killed too, so be it. How
   Winning hearts and minds is a daunting, if not down-            can we do that and win hearts and minds, too?
right hopeless task. We don't need to make it harder.                 Some say the War on Terror will last for generations. If
I hope the next time we're thinking of launching a long            the Western world can't turn the tide of hate and opinion
range missile attack, we're sure of what we're shooting            in the Muslim world, that prediction will be true. So get-
at or we don't shoot at all. I know it's easy for me to say        ting it wrong is not an option we can afford, but getting it
that, and I'm glad I'm not the one making the call.                right may just be impossible.
Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006                                        7                                              The Kwajalein Hourglass
                                                                    Global War on Terror

                                                                           Honoring fallen heroes
                            Saturday                                   The following seven U.S. servicemembers have died in the Global War on terrorism.
             7:30 p.m., Yuk —Wedding Crashers (R)                      Sgt. Michael J. McMullen, 25, of Salisbury, Md., died at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Wash-
               7:30 p.m., Rich —The Man (PG-13)                     ington, D.C., on Jan. 10 of injuries sustained in Ramadi, Iraq on Dec. 24, when an improvised explo-
             7:30 p.m., Roi — Into the Blue (PG-13)                 sive device detonated near his position. McMullen was assigned to the Army National Guard’s 243rd
                                                                    Engineer Company, Baltimore. Lance Cpl. Jonathan K. Price, 19, of Woodlawn, Ill., died Jan. 13 from
                                                                    wounds received as a result of enemy small arms fire while conducting combat operations against en-
                            Sunday                                  emy forces in Ar Ramadi, Iraq. He was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine
              7:30 p.m., Yuk —The Great Raid (R)                    Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C.
               7:30 p.m., Rich —Serenity(PG-13)                        Two Soldiers died near Al Sukar, Iraq, on Jan. 13, when their OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter came
          9:30 p.m., Rich — War of the Worlds (PG-13)               under attack by enemy forces using small arms fire. Both Soldiers were assigned to the 1st Battalion,
              7:30 p.m., Roi — The Great Raid (R)                   10th Aviation Regiment, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, N.Y. Killed were: Chief Warrant Officer
                                                                    Mitchell K. Carver, Jr., 31, of Charlotte, N.C. and Chief Warrant Officer Kyle E. Jackson, 28, of
                            Monday                                  Sarasota, Fla.
              7:30 p.m., Yuk — The Man (PG-13)                         Pfc. Michael Anthony Jordan, 35, of Augusta, Ga., died in an automobile accident Jan. 13 in Ma-
              7:30 p.m., Rich — The Man (PG-13)                     nama, Bahrain. Jordan was assigned to Destroyer Squadron 50, Bahrain.
                                                                       Pfc. Kasper A. Dudkiewicz, 22, of Mangilao, Guam, died in Mosul, Iraq, on Jan. 15, when his
                         Wednesday                                  HMMWV was involved in a vehicle collision. Dudkiewicz was assigned to the 511th Military Police Com-
                                                                    pany, 91st Military Police Battalion, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum.
             7 p.m., ARC — Wedding Crashers (R)                        Spc. Dustin L. Kendall, 21, of Conway, Mo., died in Baqubah, Iraq on Jan. 15, when his HMMVW
                                                                    accidentally struck an M1A2 Abrams tank and rolled over. Kendall was assigned to the 1st Battalion,
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   Flightplan, A woman is forced to prove her own sanity            BARRED, from Page 5
   to save the life of her daughter in this taut thriller. Kyle
   Pratt (Jodie Foster) is a successful aircraft designer who       and to the provost marshal. Any-                    personnel will monitor the offend-
   has recently been dealing with the traumatic death of her        one charged with an offense by law                  er’s quarters from the exterior.
   husband. After traveling to Berlin on business with her six-     enforcement is notified that they                      Not only can inappropriate be-
   year-old daughter, Julia (Marlene Lawston), Kyle falls asleep
   on their flight back to New York, only to discover that her       may be subject to a bar and has                     havior result in jail time or expul-
   daughter has gone missing. While not knowing where Julia         an opportunity to present any in-                   sion from the island but it can af-
   has gone is troubling enough, even more disturbing is the        formation they wish, to explain the                 fect the pocketbook as well.
   insistence by pilot Carson (Sean Bean) and Air Marshall          circumstances. An appeal process                      “The individual is charged with
   Rich (Peter Sarsgaard) that no records indicate that the         is available from any bar action                    any costs associated with his/her
   child ever boarded the jet. As Kyle becomes increasingly         taken by the command.                               detention. In the event an off-is-
   desperate to find her daughter, she must prove to the
   men in charge that her daughter did in fact board the plane
                                                                      Certain behaviors could result                    land hire is deemed safe for release
   with her, and that this turn of events is not a product of her   in house arrest or a night in jail.                 past the departure of the last boat,
   imagination.                                                     “House arrest is when the com-                      KRS [Kwajalein Range Services] will
                                                                    mander orders residents restricted                  pay up front for their employee to
   Serenity is based on Joss Whedon’s television show Firefly,       to their quarters for a given period                be billeted on island until they can
   in which interplanetary travel has brought about colonization    of time either to permit the comple-                be escorted off, and then they’ll be
   of the planets, leading to a combination of sci-fi and Western
   tropes. The film picks up where the short-lived series left
                                                                    tion of an investigation or in antici-              billed by KRS directly,” Mullin said.
   off, following the exploits of a crew of small-time criminals    pation of eviction off island. When                   An individual's record could fol-
   and outcasts who eke out a living on the edge of space,          this occurs, restricted residents                   low them after they leave USAKA.
   performing illegal smuggles and transports aboard a Firefly       must use designated support per-                    Mullins explained that any time a
   class cargo ship named Serenity. Led by a quick-witted           sons to deliver supplies. The com-                  person is arrested within USAKA,
   veteran from the losing side of an interstellar war, Captain     mander may opt to permit atten-                     their information is recorded into
   “Mal” Reynolds (Nathan Fillion), the crew is comprised of a      dance at religious services or any                  the Centralized Operations Police
   rag-tag assortment of characters who, despite having their
   differences, are mostly loyal to one another, the closest        other specified event,” Mullin said.                 Suite or COPS system, which is
   thing that many of them have to a family. The stability of the     Any offense in which the offender                 a DOD-wide database of all inci-
   crew is challenged, however, by the revelation that two of       is deemed a threat to him or her-                   dents, crimes, arrests, etc. from
   the passengers aboard, a brother and sister, are fugitives,      self or others could end with a                     DoD installations worldwide. “If
   wanted by the Interplanetary Alliance with a hefty reward        night in the big, well, little house.               John Q. Public commits a crime
   on their heads.                                                  “Most personnel on Kwajalein are                    on Kwajalein and transfers to seek
  Movie ratings                                                     detained for safety reasons due to                  employment at any other DoD in-
                                                                    a high state of intoxication. Before                stallation, his record will follow to
  G = general audiences, all ages admitted                          a person is detained, they are vet-                 haunt him; however even though
                                                                    ted by fire and emergency services                   we enforce the Hawaii Revised
  PG = parental guidance suggested, some material may not be
  suitable for children.                                            personnel and then checked on                       Statutes, there will be no state
                                                                    regularly. We administer mea-                       record of his crime(s) on Kwajalein-
  PG-13 = Parents strongly cautioned, some material may be          sured tests to determine a detain-                  -unless it is a major crime that is
  inappropriate for children under 13.                              ee’s breath alcohol content; when                   picked up by the FBI, DEA, U.S.
                                                                    a detainee submits a BAC which                      Attorney, etc.,” Mullins said.
  R = restricted, under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult
                                                                    measures .08 BAC, he/she is de-                       For all the specifics on Admin-
                                                                    termined safe for release to their                  istrative Bar Actions, please see
  NC-17 = No one 17 and under admitted.                             own recognizance or escorted off                    USAKA/RTS Regulation Number
                                                                    island,” Mullin explained. Police                   190-50.
The Kwajalein Hourglass                                                                    8                                                       Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006
All programming is subject
 to change without notice                                                  Sunday
  Time          Channel 9           Channel 13         Channel 14            Channel 17           Channel 20          Channel 23            Channel 26             Channel 35
                AFN Prime           AFN Sports         AFN News              Roller/Prime        AFN Spectrum         AFN Movies            AFN Family            AFN Direct to
                                                                               Sports                                                                               Sailors
  midnight      The Late Show       Regular Sports   CNN Saturday AM              NBA:             Late Night with     Movie: (cont.)      Wild Thornberrys          Law & Order
                                    Programming                                                    Conan O’Brien
 12:30 a.m.   The Late Late Show                                                 Dallas                                 Movie: <:53>       American Dragon
              with Craig Ferguson   Temporarily on
     1 a.m.                                                                         at            America’s Most      Lethal Weapon 3        Atomic Betty           Headline News
                                     Channel 17                                                     Wanted
  1:30 a.m.     Big Idea with                          Headline News           Los Angeles                                                 The Proud Family       Saturday Night Live
               Donnie Deutsch
     2 a.m.                                          CNN Saturday AM                                   NCIS                                  Even Stevens

  2:30 a.m.    Countdown With                           Open House              ESPNews                                                   What I like About You
               Keith Olbermann
     3 a.m.                                             Bulls & Bears         SportsCenter          Judging Amy            Movie:              Switched!               Kickin’ It

  3:30 a.m.   Access Hollywood                       Cavuto on Business                                                 The Brothers      Radio Free Roscoe

     4 a.m.          Roller                            Forbes on FOX        College Gameday           Friends                                Fresh Prince          The Entertainers

  4:30 a.m.                                              Cashin’ In                                   Seinfeld          Movie: <:44>          Family Ties

     5 a.m.   College Basketball                       CNN Saturday           SportsCenter          Your Reality        The X-Files         Mister Rogers’          Football Friday
  5:30 a.m.
                    Iowa at                                                                                                                  The Wiggles

     6 a.m.            at                             Weekend Live              The Pulse          Body Shaping                             Sesame Street         College Basketball
                Michigan State                        with Tony Snow
  6:30 a.m.                                                                 College Basketball     Every Woman                                                       Teams TBD

     7 a.m.     Koala Brothers                       Wall Street Journal          Duke            Extreme Homes            Movie:          Funniest Animals

  7:30 a.m.      Rubadubbers                           Headline News                at            Designed to Sell     LA Confidential      Amazing Animals

     8 a.m.    Wild Thornberries                      FOX News Live            Georgetown        Landscape Smart                               Postcards               PGA
                                                                                                                                                                  Bob Hope Classic
  8:30 a.m.    American Dragon                                              College Basketball   Weekend Handyman                           Maya & Miguel

     9 a.m.      Atomic Betty                                                  W. Virginia            Fix it Up                               Code Lyoko              4th Round

  9:30 a.m.     Even Stevens                                                        at            Before and After      Movie: <:38>        Danny Phantom

    10 a.m.    The Proud Family                                                   UCLA            BBQ with Bobby         Cast Away          Da Boom Crew

 10:30 a.m.        Switched!                                                                         $40 A Day                               Ninja Turtles

    11 a.m.   Radio Free Rosco                         Headline News        College Basketball    Trading Spaces                            Teenage Robot           Football Friday

 11:30 a.m.     World of Wildlife                    McLaughlin Group           Syracuse                                                    Justice League

      noon    Access Hollywood                          On The Story                at              101 Most...         Movie: <:23>        Teen Kids News         College Football
                  Weekend                                                       Villanova
 12:30 p.m.                                                                                                           Tora! Tora! Tora!        Tutenstein             Hula Bowl

     1 p.m.     America’s Most                        Week in Review        College Gameday          National                               Trading Spaces
                    Wanted                                                                          Geographic
  1:30 p.m.                                            Headline News                                                                       The Saddle Club

     2 p.m.     Blue Collar TV                         Larry King Live      College Basketball    Grand Ole Opry                           Funniest Animals
  2:30 p.m.      One on One                                                    Connecticut                                                   Wild America

     3 p.m.      Boston Legal                        Big Story Weekend              at           Star Trek: Voyager     Movie: <:08>      The Most Extreme        Suze Orman Show

  3:30 p.m.                                                                     Louisville                               The Thing

     4 p.m.      Law & Order                           Fox News Live          SportsCenter        Celebrity Poker                              Hercules                American
  4:30 p.m.

     5 p.m.          Roller                             The Line Up         College Gameday                                Movie:            Disney’s Doug        Scientific Frontiers

  5:30 p.m.                                                                                                           Miss Congeniality      Rocket Power          Extreme History

     6 p.m.   Window on the Atoll                    CNN Saturday Night       SportsCenter       Extreme Makeover                             SpongeBob               Motorweek

  6:30 p.m.          Roller                                                                                                                Farily Oddparents        Ebert & Roper

     7 p.m.     Blue Collar TV                         Beltway Boys           SportsCenter          Dancing with           Movie:                Movie:            The Apprentice:
                                                                                                     the Stars                                                     Martha Stewart
  7:30 p.m.      One on One                           Fox News Watch                                                   50 First Dates       Clockstoppers

     8 p.m.      Boston Legal                          Headline News             Tennis                                                                              Fear Factor
                                                                            Australian Open:
  8:30 p.m.                                             Black Forum                                                     Movie: <:54>             Movie:
                                                                                  Day 6
     9 p.m.      Law & Order                           Chris Matthews                            WWE SmackDown          Ghost World         Far From Home           Headline News

  9:30 p.m.                                          Navy/Marine Corps                                                                                                ESPNews

    10 p.m.          Roller                                20/20                                                                             American Idol              Movie:
 10:30 p.m.   Saturday Night Live                                                                                                                                 Enemy at the Gates

    11 p.m.                                            Beltway Boys           SportsCenter         Laguna Beach            Movie:

 11:30 p.m.                                           Fox News Watch                               Pimp My Ride         Exit Wounds

   Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006                                                               9                                                          The Kwajalein Hourglass
                                                                                                                                            All programming is subject
                                                                                                                                             to change without notice
 Time           Channel 9            Channel 13         Channel 14           Channel 17            Channel 20           Channel 23            Channel 26           Channel 35
                AFN Prime            AFN Sports         AFN News             Roller/Prime         AFN Spectrum          AFN Movies            AFN Family          AFN Direct to
                                                                               Sports                                                                               Sailors
 midnight         American           Regular Sports     Fox & Friends       College Gameday          The Road to         Movie: (cont.)        American Idol        Movie: (cont.)
                 Experience          Programming                                                      Stardom
12:30 a.m.                                                                                                               Movie: <:45>                               The Simpsons
                                     Temporarily on
    1 a.m.   American Frontiers                                              College Football       Dancing with           Ladybugs                Movie:          Headline News
                                      Channel 17                                                     the Stars
 1:30 a.m.     Extreme History                                              East West Shrine                                                   Clockstoppers      Two & a Half Men
    2 a.m.        Secrets of                          CBS News Sunday                                                                                              Meet The Press
                    War                                   Morning
 2:30 a.m.                                                                                                             Coming Attractions         Movie:

    3 a.m.          J.A.G.                                                   Sports Reporters     WWE SmackDown              Movie:           Far From Home         Black Forum

 3:30 a.m.                                             Face the Nation         SportsCenter                              50 First Dates                           Access Hollywood
    4 a.m.       The Best of                           Late Edition With     NFL Countdown                                                    Dawson’s Creek
                                                          Wolf Blitzer
 4:30 a.m.        Good Eats                                                                                              Movie: <:54>                                 ESPNews

    5 a.m.     Headline News                                                                         Warehouse            Ghost World          Mister Rogers’         ESPNews
 5:30 a.m.     Hour of Power                                                                                                                    The Wiggles          NBA Nation

    6 a.m.       T.D. Jakes                            Headline News        College Gameday        House Hunters                              Sesame Street             NBA
 6:30 a.m.    Coral Ridge Hour                        Navy/MCorps News                              Organization                                                      Nuggets

    7 a.m.   Christopher Closeup                       FOX News Live            NFL Today             Kids Club              Movie:               Clifford               at
 7:30 a.m.    Day of Discovery                                                                    Harvest with Greg       Reality Bites     Baby Looney Tunes

    8 a.m.   Seven Little Monsters                                                 NFL               Extreme Life                            Magic School Bus

 8:30 a.m.         Sagwa                                                         AFC                 Real Videos         Movie: <:42>         Book of Virtues          PGA
                                                                              Campionship:                                                                        Bob Hope Classic
    9 a.m.          Movie:                             Meet the Press                              Latin Lifestyles    The Cutting Edge       House of Mouse

 9:30 a.m.       Spy Kids 2                                                 Pittsburgh Steelers      Urban Style                                Animaniacs           Final Round

   10 a.m.                                               Tim Russert                at             Great Adventure                              Weekenders
                                                                             Denver Broncos
10:30 a.m.                                                                                        Roker on the Road      Movie: <:38>        The Proud Family

   11 a.m.       Motorweek                              FNS with Chris                            Simplify Your Life     Jurassic Park         Drake & Josh
11:30 a.m.     Ebert & Roeper                                                      NFL            American Festivals                         Funniest Animals     College Basketball

     noon      Headline News                            CNN Sunday                NFC                Suze Orman                               NBA Inside Stuff      North Carolina
                                                                              Championship:             Show
12:30 p.m.          Roller                                                                                                                   I Dream of Jeannie           at

    1 p.m.                                                This Week         Carolina Panthers         American               Movie:               Movie:            Florida State
                                                                                    at               Experience:
 1:30 p.m.                                                                                                               He Got Game           Muppets From
                                                                            Seattle Seahawks                                                      Space
    2 p.m.                                              CNN Presents:                             American Frontiers                                                  ESPNews
 2:30 p.m.                                                                                         Extreme History                                Movie:               Friends

    3 p.m.                                            CNN Sunday Night         SportsCenter           Secrets of         Movie: <:20>          The Lion King       AMA Supercross
 3:30 p.m.                                                                    NFL Primetime                            Dude, Where’s My
    4 p.m.     The Apprentice:                             CNN 25             SportsCenter              J.A.G.                                 Disney’s Doug      WWE Smackdown!
               Martha Stewart
 4:30 p.m.                                                                                                                                     Rocket Power

    5 p.m.       Fear Factor                           Larry King Live                               The Best of        True Hollywood          SpongeBob
 5:30 p.m.                                                                    NFL Primetime          Good Eats                               Farily Oddparents

    6 p.m.          Roller                               60 Minutes         College Gamenight      According to Jim                          Crocodile Hunter         Desperate
 6:30 p.m.   Window on the Atoll                                                                    George Lopez

    7 p.m.          Movie:                               FOX Report             ESPNews                Scrubs                Movie:         America’s Funniest           ER
                                                                                                                                              Home Videos
 7:30 p.m.   Enemy at the Gates                                                 ESPNews                Malcolm            Snow Dogs

    8 p.m.                                            Wall Street Journal         PGA                 Desperate                                 7th Heaven            Jeopardy
                                                                            Bob Hope Classic:        Housewives
 8:30 p.m.                                             Face the Nation                                                   Movie: <:53>                                 ESPNews
                                                                               Final Round
    9 p.m.                                                This Week                                Grey’s Anatomy        Save the Last           Everwood          Headline News
 9:30 p.m.      The Simpsons                                                                                                                                      Navy/MCorps News

   10 p.m.          Roller                             Meet the Press                                  Friends                                  The Waltons          60 Minutes

10:30 p.m.    Two & a Half Men                                                                         Seinfeld

   11 p.m.     Meet The Press                           Dateline NBC          SportsCenter         Saturday Night            Movie:             7th Heaven        The Biggest Loser
                                                                                                        Live           Crocodile Dundee
11:30 p.m.

   The Kwajalein Hourglass                                                               10                                                              Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006
All programming is subject
 to change without notice
  Time          Channel 9           Channel 13         Channel 14           Channel 17            Channel 20             Channel 23               Channel 26              Channel 35
                AFN Prime           AFN Sports         AFN News             Roller/Prime         AFN Spectrum            AFN Movies               AFN Family             AFN Direct to
                                                                              Sports                                                                                       Sailors
  midnight     Dawson’s Creek       Regular Sports   American Morning        SportsCenter            The X-Files          Movie: (cont.)         Crocodile Hunter        Crossing Jordan

 12:30 a.m.                         Programming                                   NFL                                      Movie: <:52>
                                    Temporarily on
     1 a.m.      Judging Amy                                                    AFC                    Scrubs                The Fan            America’s Funniest        Headline News
                                     Channel 17                              Campionship:                                                         Home Videos
  1:30 a.m.                                                                                           Malcolm                                                              Tonight Show
                                                                                                                                                                           with Jay Leno
     2 a.m.        Passions                                                Pittsburgh Steelers       Desperate                                      7th Heaven
                                                                                   at               Housewives
  2:30 a.m.                                                                                                                                                               The Late Show
                                                                            Denver Broncos                                                                              w/ David Letterman
     3 a.m.           ER                                MSNBC Live                                 Grey’s Anatomy              Movie:                Everwood

  3:30 a.m.                                                                                                                 Snow Dogs                                   The Late Late Show
                                                                                                                                                                        with Craig Ferguson
     4 a.m.          Alias                                                        NFL                  Friends                                     The Waltons

  4:30 a.m.                                                                     NFC                   Seinfeld             Movie: <:53>                                    Big Idea with
                                                                            Championship:                                                                                 Donnie Deutsch
     5 a.m.         Roller                                                                        Carol Duval Show        Save the Last          Play with Sesame
  5:30 a.m.                                                                Carolina Panthers       Room By Room                                  Barney & Friends        Countdown with
                                                                                   at                                                                                    Keith Olbermann
     6 a.m.         Today                               Dateline NBC                                Body Shaping                                  Sesame Street
                                                                           Seattle Seahawks
  6:30 a.m.                                                                                         The Right Fit                                                       Access Hollywood

     7 a.m.                                            FOX News Live                                  The View          Inside the Actor’s. .   Bear in the Big Blue      Headline News
                                                                                                                            Jane Fonda
  7:30 a.m.                                                                  NFL Primetime                                                            Little Bill       Entertainment Studios

     8 a.m.    Wheel of Fortune                         Studio B with         The Hot List           Emeril Live        Hollywood Shootout         Blue’s Clues              ESPNews
                                                       Shepard Smith
  8:30 a.m.     Dr. Phil <8:26>                                                (jip)Tennis:                                     E.T.             Dora the Explorer        Headline News

     9 a.m.     Oprah Winfrey                          Your World with      Australian Open       30 Minute Meals              Movie:             Rolie Polie Olie         Good Morning
                   <9:20>                                Neil Cavuto        Championship:                                                                                    America
  9:30 a.m.                                                                                      Paula’s Home Cooking      While Justice           JoJo’s Circus
    10 a.m.      Guiding Light                          The Big Story         Round of 16        Designer’s Challenge                           Seven Little Monsters
                   <10:20>                             w/ John Gibson
 10:30 a.m.                                                                                        Coast to Coast          Movie: <:43>          Reading Rainbow
    11 a.m.    General Hospital                        Headline News         SportsCenter             The Soup            Legends of the           JoJo’s Circus            Emeril Live
                   <11:10>                                                                                                     Fall
 11:30 a.m.                                          NBC Nightly News                                Blind Date                                   Rolie Polie Olie

      noon          Roller                            ABC World News       College Basketball      My Wife & Kids                                Dora the Explorer            Friends

 12:30 p.m.       Judge Judy                         CBS Evening News          Syracuse              Girlfriends                                   Blue’s Clues          Wheel of Fortune

     1 p.m.         Today                              The Newshour                at             Dawson’s Creek               Movie:                 Little Bill             Dr. Phil
                                                       with Jim Lehrer         Pittsburgh
  1:30 p.m.                                                                                                              Charlies Angels:       Bear in the Big Blue
                                                                                                                          Full Throttle
     2 p.m.                                           Hannity & Colmes     College Basketball       Judging Amy                                  Barney & Friends         Oprah Winfrey

  2:30 p.m.
                                                                            Oklahoma State                                 Movie: <:54>          Play with Sesame

     3 p.m.    Wild Thornberrys                       Anderson Cooper              at                 Passions              Purple Rain           Funniest Videos       NBC Nightly News
                                                            360                  Texas
  3:30 p.m.    Fairly Oddparents                                                                                                                    Full House              Judge Judy

     4 p.m.      Mucha Lucha                          Anderson Cooper        SportsCenter                ER                                          Pokemon             Dawson’s Creek
  4:30 p.m.       W.I.T.C.H.                                                                                                                         Yu-Gi-Oh!
     5 p.m.        Jeopardy                            Larry King Live     College Basketball           Alias            Acess Hollywood          Disney’s Doug            Judging Amy
  5:30 p.m.         Roller                                                        Utah                                                             Rocket Power
     6 p.m.   Window on the Atoll                       Rita Cosby:                at              The Simpsons            E.T. Weekend             SpongeBob                Battlestar
                   /Roller                              Live & Direct                                                                                                        Galactica
  6:30 p.m.         Roller                                                                            Raymond                                    Fairly Oddparents

     7 p.m.       60 Minutes                           Headline News         SportsCenter             The 4400                Movie:              Lizzie Mcguire                ER

  7:30 p.m.                                             Tavis Smiley                                                      50 First Dates               Taina

     8 p.m.   The Biggest Loser                            Hardball               NBA             Stargate Atlantis                                  Smallville              Jeopardy
                                                     with Chris Matthews
  8:30 p.m.                                                                   Teams TBD                                    Movie: <:54>                                      ESPNews

     9 p.m.    Crossing Jordan                         O’Reilly Factor                                   24                Ghost World           Boy Meets World          Headline News

  9:30 p.m.                                                                                                                                      Boy Meets World           Pacific Report

    10 p.m.         Roller                                Nightline                                    Friends                                     Fresh Prince              Smallville

 10:30 p.m.      Tonight Show                         Business Report        SportsCenter              Seinfeld                                     Family Ties

    11 p.m.      W/ Jay Leno                                CNN                                        Seinfeld               Movie:                7th Heaven          Extreme Makeover:
                                                     American Morning                                                      Hard Target                                     Home Edition
 11:30 p.m.     The Late Show                                               Around the Horn        King of the Hill

    Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006                                                              11                                                                 The Kwajalein Hourglass
All programming is subject
 to change without notice
   Time           Channel 9            Channel 13         Channel 14           Channel 17           Channel 20           Channel 23            Channel 26              Channel 35
                  AFN Prime            AFN Sports         AFN News             Roller/Prime        AFN Spectrum          AFN Movies            AFN Family             AFN Direct to
                                                                                 Sports                                                                                 Sailors
   midnight      The Late Show         Regular Sports   American Morning             PTI             Late Night with      Movie: (Cont.)         SpongeBob           Extreme Makeover:
                                       Programming                                                   Conan O’Brien                                                      Home Edition
  12:30 a.m.   The Late Late Show                                                 ESPNews                                 Movie: <:46>        Fairly Oddparents
               with Craig Ferguson     Temporarily on
      1 a.m.                                                                        NHL                The 4400          Brighton Beach        Lizzie Mcguire           Pacific Report
                                        Channel 17                                                                           Memoirs
   1:30 a.m.      Big Idea with                                                   Anaheim                                                            Taina               Tonight Show
                 Donnie Deutsch                                                                                                                                          w/ Jay Leno
      2 a.m.                                                                          at            Stargate Atlantis                             Smallville

   2:30 a.m.    Countdown With                                                   Los Angeles                            Coming Attractions                              The Late Show
                Keith Olbermann                                                                                                                                      w/ David Letterman
      3 a.m.                                               MSNBC Live                                      24                Movie:           Boy Meets World

   3:30 a.m.   Access Hollywood                                                                                           50 First Dates      Boy Meets World             The Late
                                                                                                                                                                         Late Show
      4 a.m.     Headline News                                                  SportsCenter            Friends                                 Fresh Prince

   4:30 a.m.   Entertainment Studios                                                                    Seinfeld          Movie: <:54>           Family Ties              Big Idea
                                                                                                                                                                     w/ Donnie Deutsch
      5 a.m.          Roller                                                    SportsCenter        Carol Duval Show      Ghost World         Play with Sesame

   5:30 a.m.                                                                                        Room By Room                              Barney & Friends        Countdown with
                                                                                                                                                                      Keith Olbermann
      6 a.m.          Today                                FNC Dayside        NFL Total Access       Body Shaping                              Sesame Street

   6:30 a.m.                                                                                          The Right Fit                                                  Access Hollywood

      7 a.m.                                              FOX News Live            Tennis              The View         Access Hollywood     Bear in the Big Blue      Headline News
                                                                               Australian Open                              Weekend
   7:30 a.m.                                                                                                                                       Little Bill       Entertainment Studios

      8 a.m.    Wheel of Fortune                           Studio B with      Men’s & Women’s         Emeril Live         E.T. Weekend          Blue’s Clues              ESPNews
                                                          Shepard Smith         Quarterfinals
   8:30 a.m.     Dr. Phil <8:26>                                                                                                              Dora the Explorer        Headline News

      9 a.m.     Oprah Winfrey                            Your World with                           30 Minute Meals          Movie:            Rolie Polie Olie         Good Morning
                    <9:20>                                  Neil Cavuto
   9:30 a.m.                                                                                         Sweet Dreams         Following Her         JoJo’s Circus              America
     10 a.m.      Guiding Light                            The Big Story                           The Shopping Bags                         Seven Little Monsters
                    <10:20>                               w/ John Gibson
  10:30 a.m.                                                                                       Ambush Makeover        Movie: <:44>        Reading Rainbow

     11 a.m.    General Hospital                          Headline News         SportsCenter         E! News Live           The Sting           JoJo’s Circus            Emeril Live

  11:30 a.m.         <11:10>                            NBC Nightly News                               Blind Date                              Rolie Polie Olie

       noon           Roller                             ABC World News       College Basketball    My Wife & Kids                            Dora the Explorer          World Sport

  12:30 p.m.       Judge Judy                           CBS Evening News          Kentucky             Girlfriends                              Blue’s Clues         N. Amer. Fisherman

      1 p.m.          Today                               The Newshour                at            Dawson’s Creek           Movie:                Little Bill               NHL
                                                          with Jim Lehrer         Alabama
   1:30 p.m.                                                                                                             Practical Magic     Bear in the Big Blue          Pheonix

      2 p.m.                                             Hannity & Colmes     College Basketball      Judging Amy                             Barney & Friends                at

   2:30 p.m.                                                                       Indiana                                Movie: <:44>        Play with Sesame            Minnesota

      3 p.m.     Disney’s Doug                           Anderson Cooper              at               Passions              K-19:             Funniest Videos
                                                               360                  Iowa                                The Widowmaker
   3:30 p.m.       Animaniacs                                                                                                                    Full House

      4 p.m.         All That!                           Anderson Cooper        SportsCenter              ER                                      Pokemon             ABC World News
   4:30 p.m.     Teen Kids News                                                                                                                   Yu-Gi-Oh!               ESPNews

      5 p.m.        Jeopardy                              Larry King Live         NFL Live                Alias          The Entertainers      Disney’s Doug         CBS Evening News

   5:30 p.m.          Roller                                                   NBA Fastbreak                                                    Rocket Power         NBC Nightly News

      6 p.m.                                               Rita Cosby:          SportsCenter         The Simpsons       Behind the Scenes        SpongeBob                    24
                                                           Live & Direct
   6:30 p.m.                                                                                           Raymond                 E.T.           Fairly Oddparents

      7 p.m.        Smallville                            Headline News         SportsCenter           Enterprise            Movie:           As Told By Ginger              ER

   7:30 p.m.                                               Tavis Smiley                                                  After the Sunset    The Amanda Show

      8 p.m.   Extreme Makeover:                              Hardball              NHL:                  Lost                                    Everwood                Jeopardy
                  Home Edition                          with Chris Matthews
   8:30 p.m.                                                                     Teams TBD                                Movie: <:52>                                    ESPNews

      9 p.m.                                              O’Reilly Factor                             WWE Raw!                U-571             Sister, Sister         Headline News

   9:30 p.m.                                                                                                                                    Sister, Sister       Navy/Mcorps News

    10 p.m.           Roller                                 Nightline                                                                          Fresh Prince                 Eve

  10:30 p.m.      Tonight Show                           Business Report        SportsCenter                                                     Familiy Ties              All of Us
                  W/ Jay Leno
     11 p.m.                                            American Morning                            The Daily Show           Movie:              7th Heaven          Extreme Makeover:
                                                                                                                           Star Trek II                                 Home Edition
 11:30 p.m.      The Late Show                                                 Around the Horn     The Colbert Report

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                                               Resources, Building 700.
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                                               NEED EXTRA money? KRS employment
                                                                                                      ANALYST I. HR Req. 030882.
                                               applications are continually accepted for the
                                               Community Activities and Food Services                 COMMUNICATION TECHNICIAN III. HR Req.
                                               departments for casual and part-time positions. If     031209.
                                               you are interested in being a scorekeeper, sports
                                               official, recreation aide, recreation specialist,       COMPUTER TECHNICIAN I. HR Req. 031203.
                                               library aide, lifeguard, disc jockey, pizza delivery
                                               driver or catering/dining room worker, please          ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN II. Roi-Namur. HR
                                               submit your application to the HR Department           Req. 031005.
                                               for consideration as positions become available.       ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN III. Roi-Namur. HR
                                               For more information, call the KRS HR Office at         Req. 030669.
 Lunch                                         54916.
                                                                                                      FIELD ENGINEER I. HR Req. 030817.
 Sun          London broil                     INVENTORY           CONTROL           SPECIALIST,
              Tortellini Alfredo               Information Technology. HR Req. K031035.               FIELD ENGINEER II. HR Req. 031149.
              Italian fritatta                 Responsible for internal tracking of IT government
                                               property    to    include    receiving,    tagging,    FIELD ENGINEER II. Roi-Namur. HR Req.
              Chicken cacciatore                                                                      030741.
              Italian sausage                  documentation, reporting and record keeping.
                                               Strong communication and computer skills               MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST. HR Req. 030871.
              Grill: Brunch station open       required. KEAMS experience preferred.
 Mon          Chicken-fried steak                                                                     MANAGER, Retail Mechandising and Provisions.
              Charsiu roast duck               ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I, Junior-Senior              HR Req 031097.
              Strawberry crepes                High School, Education Services. Full time. HR
              Grill: Brunch station open       Req. K031024.                                          OPERATOR SPACE SURVEILLANCE.             Roi-
                                                                                                      Namur, HR Req 031173.
 Tues         Spaghetti and meatballs          HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT II. Full time.
              Broiled mahi mahi                Requires strong computer and communication             OPERATOR SPACE SURVEILLANCE.             Roi-
              Sautéed liver and onions         skills to process large volume of HR documents         Namur. HR Req 030903.
              Grill: Italian burger            and spreadsheets. Previous administrative
                                               assistant experience required. Will interface with     PROGRAMMER. HR Req. 031067.
 Weds         Bison ranch stew
                                               all levels of employees and management.                NETWORK ENGINEER IV. HR Req. 031105.
              Spareribs and sauerkraut
              Seafood stir-fry                 PRODUCTION CONTROL CLERK II, Automotive.               PROJECT PLANNER III. HR Req. 031093.
              Grill: Green chili burrito       Full time. HR Req. K030983.
 Thurs        Oven-fried chicken                                                                      RF SAFETY SPECIALIST/FIELD ENGINEER II.
                                               ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II, Public Works.             HR Req. 031147.
              Vegetarian pasta                 Full time. HR Req. K030992. Must be able to
              Grill: Barbecued beef sandwich   work independently with limited supervision            STORE SUPERVISOR. Roi-Namur. HR Req.
 Fri          Sweet-and-sour pork              providing direct administrative support to Public      031065.
              Braised turkey                   Works manager and his staff. Three years’
                                               administrative experience with a medium-to-            STOREKEEPER II. Roi-Namur. HR Req. 031087.
              Drummettes in gravy
              Pepperoni/cheese pizza           large organization and proven skills in Word,          STYLIST/BEAUTICIAN. HR Req. 031211.
                                               PowerPoint and Excel desired.
              Grill: Tuna melt sandwich
                                                                                                      TELEPHONE TECHNICIAN III. HR Req. 030965.
 Jan. 28      Salibury steak                   MEDICAL BILLING SPECIALIST,               Kwajalein
              Local boy chicken stew           Hospital. Casual. HR Req. K030982.                     SOFTWARE ENGINEER         I/DATA     ANALYST.
              Szechuan tofu eggplant                                                                  CONUS. HR Req. 031191.
                                               REGISTERED NURSE, Kwajalein               Hospital.
              Grill: Cheese sandwich           Casual. HR Req. K030935.
                                               MECHANIC I, Kwajalein Automotive. Two full-
 Dinner                                        time positions. HR Req. K030332 and HR Req.
 Tonight      Short rib stew                   K030641.
              Broiled fajita chicken                                                                         Protestant services
              Cajun vegetable grill            PRODUCTION CONTROL CLERK I, Kwajalein
                                               Automotive. Full time. HR Req. K030630.                      8 and 10:45 a.m., Sunday
              Build-your-own pizza                                                                         Roi-Namur service at 4 p.m.
 Sun          Barbecued pork butt              AUTO BODY TECHNICIAN I, Kwajalein                           Sunday school for all ages
              Turkey a la king                 Automotive. Full time. HR Req.s K030883.
              Baked tofu/Napa cabbage                                                                            is at 9:15 a.m.
                                               TOOL ROOM ATTENDANT II, Kwajalein
 Mon          Baked meatloaf
              Penne pasta
                                               Automotive. Full time. HR Req. K030895.                         Catholic services
              Chicken sukiyaki                 PAINTER II, Roi Operations. Full time. HR Req.                    Saturday Mass,
 Tues         Fried chicken                    K030761. Enniburr applicants should apply to               5:30 p.m., in the small chapel
              Fish sandwich                    Floyd Corder.                                                      Sunday Mass
              Chinese beef                              KRS CONTRACT POSITIONS                                 7 a.m., small chapel
 Weds         Roasted top sirloin                                                                            9:15 a.m., main chapel
              Parmesan ratatouille             NETWORK ENGINEER II–MO. HR Req 031227.                       Mass on Roi at 6:30 p.m.
              Broiled chicken breasts          OPTICS TECHNICIAN II. HR Req 031231.
 Thurs        Roasted pork loin
              Chicken adobo                    OPTICS TECHNICIAN III,.HR Req 031229.                             Baptist service
              Trout almondine                  SUPERVISOR PROVISIONS. HR Req 030902                              9:40 a.m., Sunday,
 Fri          Chicken-fried chicken                                                                            in elementary school
                                               CONTRACT COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR. HR
              Beef tips in Burgundy            Req. 031209.                                                         music room.
Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006                                                13                                                    The Kwajalein Hourglass
                                                                                                        condition, kept inside, used twice. paid $349, will
                                                                                                        sell for $200, Call 51279.
                               Mobile Kitchen presents
                                                                                                        PANASONIC 27-inch flat-screen TV, available
                                                                                                        the end of January, $250; Sauder shoe storage,
                   The Moonrise Grill. 7 p.m., Jan. 28, at                                              $10; Sauder nightstand/drawers, two available,
                                                                                                        $10 each; outside storage container, $50; bar
                 the Pacific Club. Sign up at Three Palms                                                stool/chair, two available, $15 each; Hyperlite
                   Snack Bar. $25 per person. Menu will                                                 Wakeskate, $30; Krups dual coffee and
                                                                                                        espresso maker, $25. Call Noel, 54836, home
               include garden salad, garlic bread, spinach                                              or 53647, work.
                  artichoke dip with baguettes, blackened                                               PCS SALE. New highest grade loop indoor/
                                                                                                        outdoor carpet 12 x 20 foot, $200; like new glass
                 prime rib with horseradish cream sauce,                                                patio table and four cushion chairs, $75; used
               baked potato, vegetable, death by chocolate                                              boogie boards; computer desk and chair; snorkel
                                                                                                        gear; three Kwaj bikes (two adult, one 20 inch),
                             dessert and wine.                                                          four wooden stools. 55312 or 51044.
                                                                                                        PCS SALE. Dishwasher; TVs; blinds; plants;
                                                                                                        silverware; vacuum cleaners; bound carpets;
                                                                                                        iron; ironing board; water filters; water distiller;
                                                                                                        pizelle maker; king and twin comforter sets;
                                                                                                        lumber;     fold-up   canvas    chairs; King-size
                                                                                                        TempurPedic mattress for sale, it’s expensive,
                                                                                                        but this space-age memory-foam mattress is
                                                                                                        great for a bad back, $2,000. Call 59363.
                                                                                                        TODDLER'S BED FRAME, white, $15; beige
                                                                                                        vertical blinds for 400 housing, $10 per set; 3 foot
                                                                                                        round trampoline, $8; plastic extendable fencing,
                                                                                                        $20; Rival ice cream maker, $20. Call 54210.
                                                                                                        GNC 100 PERCENT chocolate whey protein
                                                                                                        powder, 96 ounces, $15; GNC cold-milled
FIELD ENGINEER II, HR Req. 031157.                                     WANTED                           flaxseed, 15 ounces, $5; set of four metal
                                                                                                        trays, $5; Hoover handheld wet/dry vacuum
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT MANAGER. HR                     MARINE PROPANE stove, with or without oven.         with attachments, $10; wireless keyboard and
Req. 031203.                                        Call David 52283, work or 54698, home.              mouse, new, still in box, $35; smoothie blander
ELECTRICIAN III. HR Req. 030854.                                                                        and server, used once, $25. Call 54421, days, or
                                                    EMPTY BLUE wine bottles. Call Sandy, 54152.         59801, after 5 p.m.
COMPUTER TECHNICIAN II, HR Req. 031159.                                  LOST
                                                                                                        50-GALLON fish tank, $150; Sony HandyCam,
FACILITIES ENGINEER II/           MECHANICAL        BLACK GLASS case with two pair of clip-on           CCD-TRV128, great deal, used only a few times,
ENGINEER. HR Req. 030812.                           sunglasses. Call 59020.                             $200; crib with mattress, $150; women’s clothes,
                                                                                                        mostly sizes small and medium, $1 for any item.
HARDWARE ENGINEER II, Roi-Namur. HR Req.                               FOUND                            Call to come and see. Call Beverly, 52843.
                                                    BLACK WETSUIT, size medium, on Lagoon Road.         34-FOOT Bayliner Avanti, $40,000 or best offer.
MANAGER OPTICS/PHOTO, HR Req. 031177.               Call Elizabeth, 54457.                              Call 51850, work or 54489, home.
MISSION LOGISTICS COORDINATOR, HR Req.                               PATIO SALES                        ENTERTAINMENT CENTER with plenty of
031171.                                                                                                 storage room for movies and compact discs,
                                                    SUNDAY and MONDAY, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Quarters         glass doors to protect components and CDs,
HARDWARE ENGINEER II, HR Req. 031187.               226-B. Lots of household items, handpiece V tech    good shape, $50. Call 54517.
FIELD ENGINEER I, HR Req. 031189.                   phone, lamps, decorative items, pink Kwaj bike,
                                                    some plants and lots of pots.                       HOUSE FULL of mini blinds for 400 series
               AIRSCAN PACIFIC                                                                          housing $50.00. Brand new Sonicare electric
                                                    MONDAY, 6:30-10 a.m., Quarters 489-A.               toothbrush never used $25; ladies’ size 8
AVIATION SAFETY TECHNICIAN. Contract                Household items, rice cooker, rollerblades, lamp,   rollerblades with safety pads $75; Waterpick
position. Unaccompanied. Assist in administration   computer speakers.                                  showerhead with massage $10; scuba bag with
of the aviation safety program in accordance with                                                       new mask and snorkel $20. Call Tammy, 52501,
Army, FAA and ES&H procedures. Assist with          MONDAY, 7 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Pacific Club. Multi-
                                                    family sale.                                        after 5 p.m.
investigations and safety and health surveys.
Conduct safety and orientation training for         MONDAY, 8 a.m.-?, Dome 162. PCS sale.               DISHWASHER. Whirlpool Quiet Partner II, roll
personnel. Bachelor's degree in related field                                                            away dishwasher, like new, has countertop for
preferred. E-mail resumé to: rick.zurawski@us.      MONDAY, 8-11 a.m., at Quarters 473-A. Blankets,     extra space, 24 inches wide X 26.25 inches high,
army.mil.                                           comforters, kitchen item, clothes, luggage,         owners manuals, $300 or best offer. Call 52591.
                                                    computer scanner, magazines.
              COMMUNITY BANK                                                                            RUSTMAN TRIATHLON racing bike, Quintana
                                                    MONDAY, 8-11 a.m., Dome 164. PCS sale.              Roo aluminum frame with Shimano 105
For consideration, submit your resume online        Children's clothes and toys, men's shoes,           components, fits sizes 5 feet, 4 inches to 5 feet,
at www.dodcommunitybank.com. For more               electronics, kitchen wares, gas grill, bedding,     8 inches, good condition, lots of new spare parts;
information, contact the personnel department       small furniture items.                              racing shoes, size 10 1/2; clipless pedals also
at employment@bank-of-america.jp or call                                                                available, $650. Call 5312 or 51044.
the Banking Center manager at 52292/52142.                            FOR SALE
Community Bank is an equal opportunity                                                                  FIVE-PIECE Sony Speakers $40; Burley, in great
employer.                                           GEORGE FOREMAN family-size grill, Lean Mean         condition, (5 months old) $150; Sun four-speed
                                                    Fat Reducing Grilling Machine, new, perfect for     bicycle, needs new shifter, $30; Dirt Devil 12-amp
TELLER, Part time. Successful candidates            bachelor quarters room, paid $75 plus $20 for the   bagless Featherlite vacuum $30, Call 58598
should have previous banking, credit union or       George Foreman Lean Mean Fat Reducing Grilling
cash handling experience. Candidates must           Machine Cookbook, includes a special cleaning       SONY LAPTOP COMPUTER. True desktop
also have the ability to quickly and accurately     sponge for grill, $60. Call Sue, 53593.             replacement. P4 3.0GHz HT, 80GHD, huge
handle transactions, communicate effectively and                                                        16 inch display 1600x1200, 1/2GB RAM, two
possess a strong desire to learn.                   B.O.B. SPORT UTILITY running stroller, good         batteries, DVD+/-RW Burner, 56k modem, 10/100

The Kwajalein Hourglass                                                   14                                                        Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006
                                                                                        It’s coming again!
      Due to unforseen circumstances,                                                  The Java Café will be
     the recompression chamber will be
     unavailable until Feb. 1. During this
                                                                                       7-11 p.m., Saturday,
      period, recreational diving will be                                             in the Yokwe Yuk Club
              limited to 50 feet.                                                          Kabua Room.
NIC, WinXP Pro SP2, MS Works plus more S/W,
                                                                                       Coffee, espresso, latte
A/C adapter, carrying case. Perfect for power                                              and desserts.
applications (photo/video editing) with mobility.
Call 52197 or e-mail rod@kwajalein.us.                                                  There is no charge.
             COMMUNITY NOTICES                                                         Sponsored by Island
meeting and election of officers at 6 p.m., Monday,
                                                                                        Memorial Chapel.
at the Pacific Club. All members are encouraged
to run for office.
JANUARY IS THE beginning of a new claim
processing year. This means that calculations
for your deductible start over with the new year.
Kwajalein Hospital will collect payment for office
visits from patients at the time of service. We
are implementing this process for January and
February to collect fees that will most likely be
applied to your deductible up front instead of after
insurance processing which has been our practice.
Kwajalein Hospital will continue to file these claims
with your insurance company on your behalf and
provide you with a paid receipt so that you may
track that your claims have been processed.
Once we have established and documented that
your deductible has been met, we will collect only
your office visit co-pay at the time of service. This
process change applies to office visits only. Lab
and radiology will be filed as usual and fees owed
by the patient will be collected after the insurance
                                                                                       Bring your favorite
company has processed the claim. Fees for
medications are collected at the time they are
picked up.
                                                                                     cowboy or cowgirl and
on Wednesday, in Community Activities Center
Room 6. It is required for all new island arrivals. The
                                                                                     come to Country Night
island orientation is not recommended for dependent
children under 10. Questions? Call 51134. The
optional Ebeye tour has been cancelled for January.
                                                                                     at 7 p.m., Sunday, at
at 7 p.m., Wednesday, in the elementary school
music room. Please come to identify and address
                                                                                         the Yuk Club.
youth related concerns and issues. Contribute
new ideas to existing youth programs and
become better informed about youth programs
and services on Kwajalein. Questions? Call Joy
Sims, CYS Coordinator, 53606.                                  Huff and
THE KWAJALEIN ATOLL international Sport                         puff        Kwajalein Running Club's annual Ride and
Fishing Club monthly meeting will be at 7 p.m.,                            Park bike/run team event is Monday. Meet
Wednesday, at the Pacific Club.                                               at the atoll Terminal at 4:45 p.m. Race
FIFTH GRADE BEGINNING BAND concert                                        begins at 5 p.m. No pre-registration needed.
will be at 7 p.m., Thursday, in the Davye                                  This event involves teams of two who circle
Davis Multi-Purpose Room on the high school                               the airfield three times while sharing a bike.
                                                                           There are bike handoffs at the air terminal
shown at 7 p.m., Friday, in the Adult Recreation
                                                                           and Telemetry Hill. Each member winds up
Center. Free pizza and soft drinks. Sponsored                                      biking and running six miles.
by the Island Memorial Chapel.
Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006                                   15                                          The Kwajalein Hourglass
  Photos are needed
           for the photography exhibit March 5-6,
           in the high school mulit-purpose room.

   • The exhibit is open to all Kwajalein Atoll resi-
   • Still photography only. No video.
   • Digital or film, no restrictions.
   • Prints must be able to be enlarged/reduced to
   8 x 10 size.
   • Categories are: Kwajalein lving; Kwajalein
   recreation; Kwajalein nature; holiday events; an
   open catergory; and a new category of Mission
   and Mission support.
   • A Great opportunity to show your photographs
   of our island life.
   • Call Dave Harris, 51133 or 51191, for exhibitors

                                                             Softball schedule
                                       Tonight                               6:45 p.m. ................................ Sunrise vs Half Dunks at Brandon Field
  5:15 p.m. .................. Spartans II vs Ri-Majolz at Ragan Field       8 p.m. .................................. Criminals vs Poi Dawgs at Brandon Field
  5:15 p.m. ......... St. Josephs vs MI High School at Dally Field                                                         Thursday
  5:15 p.m. ................USAKA/RTS vs Mosey at Brandon Field              5:15 p.m. .......................MissDemeanors vs Spartans II at Ragan Field
                                                                             5:15 p.m. ................................ MI High School vs Calvary at Dally Field
                                                                             5:15 p.m. ............................................. KPD vs Mosey at Brandon Field
  5:15 p.m. .........................Scrubs vs Ri-Majolz at Ragan Field      6:45 p.m. ................................ Bako Mej vs San Juan at Brandon Field
  5:15 p.m. ......................... St. Josephs vs Jabro at Dally Field    8 p.m. ............................................ Flyers vs Guppies at Brandon Field
  5:15 p.m. .......................KPD vs Spartans I at Brandon Field                                                         Friday
  6:45 p.m. .....................Mosey vs San Juan at Brandon Field          5:15 p.m. ......................... Spartans I vs MI High School at Ragan Field
  8 p.m. ...................... Spartans II vs Flames at Brandon Field       5:15 p.m. ..................................................................................... no game
                                    Wednesday                                5:15 p.m. ...........................................Slackers vs RLG at Brandon Field
  5:15 p.m. ..................... PoHos vs Gecko Girls at Ragan Field        6:45 p.m. ..................................Sunrise vs Poi Dawgs at Brandon Field
  5:15 p.m. ....................... Barnahem vs Guppies at Dally Field       8 p.m. ...................................Half Dunks vs Criminals at Brandon Field
  5:15 p.m. ......................RLG vs Spartans II at Brandon Field

        RTS Weather                                                 Sun • Moon • Tides
   Tonight: Partly clear with widely scattered showers.                     Sunrise/set                 Moonrise/set                High Tide                    Low Tide
   Winds: NE-E at 15-20 knots.
   Sunday: Mostly sunny with scattered showers early.
   Winds: ENE at 12-18 knots.
                                                          Sunday            0710/1852                           /1206                0840, 4.0'                  0220, 1.6'
   Monday: Mostly sunny with slight chance of showers.
                                                                                                                                     2040, 4.0'                  1440, 2.2'
   Winds: NE-ENE at 14-20 knots.
   Tuesday: Mostly sunny with isolated showers. Winds:    Monday            0710/1852                   0044/1246                    0940, 3.9'                  0300, 1.9'
   NE-ENE at 12-20 knots.                                                                                                            2140, 3.5'                  1550, 2.4'

   Annual rain total:         3.91 inches                 Tuesday           0710/1852                   0134/1331                    1110, 3.9'                  0400, 2.1'
   Annual deviation:         +0.61 inches                                                                                            2340, 3.2'                  1800 2.5

            Call 54700 for updated forecasts or           Wednesday         0710/1853                   0228/1421                    1300, 4.2’                  0550, 2.2'
                     www.rts-wx.com.                                                                                                                             1950, 2.1'
The Kwajalein Hourglass                                                     16                                                                           Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006

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