Vol. 68, No. 3 www.cherrypoint.usmc.mil January 21, 2010 Marines continue relief operations in Haiti CAPT. CLARK CARPENTER tics Battalion 22 came make people smile.” 22ND MEU ashore at the New The 22nd MEU LEOGANE, Haiti — American Mission in commanding ofﬁcer Supplies continued Padou. also came ashore to to ﬂow ashore in Haiti The force of CLB meet with U.N. lead- as Marines from the Marines, numbering 24 ers to assess how 22nd 22nd Marine Expedi- strong with six hum- MEU assets can best be tionary Unit delivered vees, provided close used to support those in 1,487 cases of bottled to 500 gallons of wa- need. water near Leogane ter to residents at Petit At Leogane, a crowd and dozens of ﬁve-gal- Paradies. The CLB of onlookers watched lon water cans near Pe- Marines continued in- as massive CH-53E tit Paradies Jan. 20. land where they met Super Stallion heli- Marines from Lima up with Lima Com- copters from Marine Company, Battalion pany and moved doz- Heavy Helicopter Landing Team 3rd ens of cases of water Squadron 461 (Rein- Battalion, 2nd Marine to a nearby distribution forced) lumbered into Regiment, 22nd MEU, point with their hum- a lush pasture that was were the ﬁrst signiﬁ- vees. converted to a landing cant Marine presence “The Marines are zone. Six helicopters ashore Jan 19 as they very excited to be delivered 22 pallets of CAPT. CLARK D. CARPENTER secured a landing zone here, to deploy, and do bottled water over the and began to receive something meaning- course of the day. Marines with Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit, unload water from the back of a CH-53E Super Stallion for earthquake food and water via he- ful,” said Lt. Col. Gary The water was picked victims in Leogane, Haiti, Jan. 20. The 22nd MEU is a multimission capable force comprised licopter. That same day Keim, the command- up by U.N. trucks and of aviation combat element, Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 461 (Reinforced), Combat humvees and Marines ing ofﬁcer of CLB 22. Logistics Battalion 22, BLT 3/2, and its command element. from Combat Logis- “They were just glad to See HAITI page A3 MEF, MAW commanding Moondogs return home generals discuss Haiti PFC. CORY D.D. POLOM MCAS CHERRY POINT “Family means everything to the Marine Corps,” said Lt. Gen. Dennis J. Hejlik, the commanding general of II Marine Expeditionary Force. “Most people have heard the saying ‘You recruit the Marine, and retain the family.’ You can’t do it without the family, and that is why Maj. Gen. Flock and I held this meeting to inform the spouses of what their loved ones are doing.” Hejlik didn’t waste any time addressing the importance of family at a townhall meeting at the bachelor ofﬁcers’ quar- ters aboard the air station, Jan. 20. Hejlik’s meeting was speciﬁcally held for the spouses of the Marines who are redeploying from Cherry Point to Haiti with the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit.The spouses were given the chance to ask questions about the timeline they should expect their loved ones to be away from home, as well as other questions that pertain to the current situation. On Jan. 12, Marines and Sailors assigned to the 22nd MEU were redeployed and arrived in Haiti on Jan. 18. PFC. CORY D.D. POLOM The 22nd MEU was sent to help with the humanitarian Lt. Gen. Dennis J. Hejlik, commanding general relief mission for the Haitian people after the earthquake that of II Marine Expeditionary Force, gives an devastated Haiti on Jan. 12. informational presentation at the air station’s Marines and Sailors from Cherry Point are assigned to bachelor ofﬁcers’ quarters to military spouses PFC. SAMANTHA H. ARRINGTON and their families. The townhall meeting was the 22nd MEU as part of the Security Cooperation Marine Capt. Harry H. Horning II holds his 3-month-old son held to address the recent redeployment of the Air-Ground Task Force in support of Operation Uniﬁed Re- for the ﬁrst time Jan. 14 at Cherry Point’s Training 22nd Marine Exepeditionary Unit to the spouses sponse. and Education building. Horning, a logistics ofﬁcer of the Marines and Sailors who are deploying or with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron have already deployed. See FAMILY page A3 3, recently returned from a 7-month deployment to Al Asad, Iraq. PFC. SAMANTHA H. ARRINGTON Eddie Anderson, a lead maintenance technician with Atlantic Marine Corps Communities, conducts a serviceability PFC. SAMANTHA H. ARRINGTON check on a ﬁre alarm in a Nugent Cove home aboard Marine Corps Air Station More than 80 Marines from Heavy Helicopter Squadron 366 stand in line to be issued their weapons for the squadron’s Cherry Point during a safe start to 2010 deployment to Djibouti, the Horn of Africa, Jan. 19. This is the squadron’s ﬁrst deployment since its re-activation in campaign for all family housing units, September 2008. Jan. 11. HMH-366 departs for Djibouti New Year brings PFC. SAMANTHA H. ARRINGTON safety ofﬁcer for HMH-366. “Most of the MCAS CHERRY POINT More than 70 Marines with Marine Marines haven’t deployed before this.” This is the ﬁrst full-term deployment housing security Heavy Helicopter Squadron 366 departed for the squadron since it was re-activated for a 7-month deployment to the East Af- rican nation of Djibouti, Jan. 19. in September 2008. “In September of 2008 the squadron checks “The squadron’s mission is to provide was initial operations capable and in Sep- PFC. SAMANTHA H. ARRINGTON combat troops and supplies at all times tember 2009 we became full operations MCAS CHERRY POINT and during all weather conditions during capable,” said Breville. Military family housing provider Atlan- expeditionary, joint or combined opera- Breville added that the squadron will tic Marine Corps Communities began 2010 tions,” said Capt. Peter L. Lisowski, op- be conducting its daily routine in Djibouti with a safety campaign aimed at military erations ofﬁcer for HMH-366. just as if it were here. families residing aboard Marine Corps Air Lisowski added that the squadron will “The squadron conducts training ac- Stations Cherry Point and New River and provide sustained combat capable heavy tivities daily including conﬁned area land- Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. PFC. SAMANTHA H. ARRINGTON lift and long range assault support capa- ings, aerial refuelings and external lifts,” Throughout January, the property man- Marines from Marine Heavy bility for contingency operations of Ma- said Lisowski. agement teams are conducting serviceabil- Helicopter Squadron 366, check weapons before the squadron’s rine Air Group 29. “I’m excited to get over there and do ity checks and inspecting window blinds to departure to Djibouti, the Horn of “I know most of the Marines are ex- Africa. cited,” said Capt. Derrick F. Breville, the See DEPART page A3 See SAFE page A3 A2 January 21, 2010 The Windsock Cherry Point Marine honors heritage, supports mission in Haiti CPL. BOBBIE CURTIS Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., said he’s anxious to Lance Cpl. Richard T. Simeone, a mortarman with 22ND MEU arrive as he was born in Haiti. Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, USS BATAAN, At Sea – The 22nd Marine Expeditionary “I jumped right up and said I would go,” he explained. explained deploying again so soon is worth it. Unit embarked aboard the ships of the Bataan Amphibi- “Whatever I can do to help, I’m going to do it.” “It was tough to drop everything and just leave,” he ous Ready Group at Morehead City Port, N.C., Jan. 16, Eugene, who grew-up in New York City, has six broth- said. “I told myself being able to help a lot of people is en route to provide humanitarian assistance and disaster ers and three sisters in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, whom he has worth the sacriﬁce – it’s what we signed up to do.” relief to Haiti in the wake of a devastating earthquake. not been able to contact since the disaster struck. The 22nd MEU is deployed aboard USS Bataan en The unit is capable of conducting a variety of missions “When I heard the news, I was devastated,” he said. route to the earthquake-striken country of Haiti to pro- to support relief efforts, such as providing security, medi- “I’m happy I’m getting the opportunity to support the vide humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to those cal and logistical support to the country. Haiti endured a mission.” affected. 7.0 magnitude earthquake Jan. 12. The 22nd MEU recently returned from a 7-month de- The 22nd MEU is a multimission capable force com- As part of the relief force, 31 French/Creole speaking ployment to the U.S. European Command and Central prised of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 461 (Rein.), interpreters were pulled from units throughout II Marine Command areas of operations. Combat Logistics Battalion 22, and Battalion Landing Expeditionary Force. Though most Marines and Sailors were only home for Team 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment. One interpreter, Lance Cpl. Junior D. Eugene, a Com- about ﬁve weeks, they mobilized in about 48-hours to an- bat Logistics Company 21 bulk fuel specialist at Marine swer Haiti’s call for help. From the front row: From the Movies playing in the area REINHILD MOLDENHAUER HUNEYCUTT CAMP LEJEUNE PUBLIC AFFAIRS Also starring in this ﬁlm are Michelle Rodriguez as Trudy Chacom, a retired Chaplain: “AVATAR” “Avatar” is the much anticipated and talked about science ﬁction adventure, a 3- Marine pilot; Stephen Lang as Col. Miles Quaritch, the base head of security; Giovanni Ribisi as Parker Selfridge, an ad- The Least of These D extravaganza by “Titanic” mastermind ministrator, who is willing to destroy the CHAPLAIN PERRY D. HAAGEN At the beginning of the parable, the James Cameron about a band of scientists habitat of the indigenous population; and MACG-28 king divided the sheep and the goats. and astronauts who discover a planet pop- Joel David Moore as Norm Spellman, a bi- For the past couple of weeks, it has The sheep represent those who do for ulated by diverse life and deadly ammo- ologist who studies plant and nature life. been impossible to go online or watch the “least of these,” and the goats repre- nia-breathing life forms. James Cameron’s ﬁrst feature ﬁlm since television without seeing shocking re- sent those who do not. This movie takes us to a spectacular “Titanic.” The Oscar-winning director ports and images of the catastrophic At the end of the story, the sheep are world beyond imagination where a reluc- ﬁrst thought of this ﬁlm 15 years ago, but earthquake in Haiti, Jan. 12. welcomed and rewarded while the goats tant hero embarks on an epic adventure, had to wait on his vision until technology The pictures of the devastation have are condemned. ultimately ﬁghting to save the alien world was available to put his dream of a futuris- become imprinted into our memories, In this particular story, the result is all he has learned to call home. tic civilization into reality. and the stories of loss and grief just break because of what they did, or did not do, Sam Worthington stars as Jake Sully, a “Avatar” is a live-action ﬁlm with a new our hearts. for those who were less fortunate. former Marine conﬁned to a wheelchair. generation of special effects, delivering a Many of you have already given dona- This story has been the foundation for Still a warrior at heart, he is recruited to fully immersive cinematic experience of tions through your church or elsewhere. Christian social missions throughout the travel light years to the human outpost on a new kind, where the revolutionary tech- Maybe you even texted a donation, bring- history of the church. the exotic planet Pandora, where corpora- nology, disappears into the emotion of the ing 21st century technology to an age-old It is why there were many missionar- tions are mining a rare mineral that is the characters and the sweep of the story. concept. Perhaps you wonder what more ies already in Haiti when the earthquake key to solving earth’s energy crisis. you can do. struck, why they are still there, and why Due to the toxic atmosphere on Pando- “DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THE To want to reach out and help others in even more will go in the future. ra, the Avatar program is created, in which MORGANS?” such a time is something hard-wired into “Whatever you have done for one of human “drivers” have their consciousness “Did You Hear About the Morgans?” is our very souls. the least of these brothers of mine, you linked to an avatar, a remotely-controlled a romantic comedy about a mismatched When others are in need, we want to did for me.” Truly, if anyone qualiﬁes to biological body that can survive in the pair that is forced to stay together in the act. Although some may disagree, I be- be included among the “least of these,” lethal air. These avatars are genetically Witness Protection Program. lieve the act of giving to relieve the suf- the people of Haiti do. engineered hybrids of human DNA mixed Sarah Jessica Parkerand Hugh Grant fering of others is a spiritual act, not one It is left to each of us to decide our own with the DNA from the natives of Pandora, star as the bickering Morgans, Meryl and of logic or survival of the ﬁttest. course of action. the Na’vi. Paul, a highly successful New York cou- Since the earthquake, as I have While Department of Defense regula- Reborn in this form, Jake can walk again ple, whose marriage is on the rocks. watched the news, I have been reminded tions do not allow solicitation for indi- and is given the mission to inﬁltrate the They had recently separated due to of the words of a story in the Bible, the vidual organizations, more information Na’vi, who’ve become a major obstacle to Paul’s inﬁdelity and he is trying desper- “Parable of the Sheep and the Goats.” In about what you can do to help those in mining the precious ore. ately to make things right again. Matthew, chapter 25, we read: need can be found at http://www.usaid. When a beautiful native girl, Neytiri, a But when the two witness a murder in “For I was hungry and you gave me gov. princess of the Na’vi tribe, played by Zoe Manhattan, they are faced with an entire something to eat, I was thirsty and you This past weekend, we observed the Saldana, who is assigned as Jake’s guide, new set of problems. gave me something to drink, I was a birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It saves Jake’s life, everything changes. For their protection from a contract kill- stranger and you invited me in, I needed is interesting that much of King’s mes- Jake, who is taken in by her clan, learns er, Meryl and Paul are whisked by federal clothes and you clothed me, I was sick sage was about social justice and concern to become one of them, by participating in agents to a tiny town in Wyoming entering and you looked after me, I was in prison for those less fortunate – for the “least of many tests and adventures. By spending the Witness Protection Program. and you came to visit me.” these.” more time with the clan, Jake and Neytiri’s In Wyoming, they are forced to live to- “Then the righteous will answer him, And so we are called to reach out, relationship blossom. gether and maybe, away from the hectic ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and whether it is to someone in Haiti who As Jake is taking his place among the life in the city, relax, slow down the pace feed you, or thirsty and give you some- has lost what little they had in this devas- natives, he will soon face the ultimate test of their hectic lives, and rekindle the pas- thing to drink? When did we see you a tating earthquake, or to the new Marine of leading them into battle, which will de- sion in their relationship. stranger and invite you in, or needing down the hall who is a stranger with no cide nothing less than the fate of an entire In this totally new environment, Meryl clothes and clothe you? When did we one to turn to, or to the parent of small world. and Paul also experience a number of see you sick or in prison and go to visit children whose spouse is deployed. Sigourney Weaver costars in a dual role things they have never been exposed to. you?’ We are called to meet their needs, for as Dr. Grace Augustine, who is the direc- Writer and director Marc Lawrence shot “The King will reply, ‘I tell you the when we reach out and meet the needs of tor of the project, a botanist who mentors the movie in New Mexico truth, whatever you did for one of the the least of these, we also reach up and Jake, and her genetically bred counterpart, “Did You Hear About the Morgans?” is least of these brothers of mine, you did truly become the people God has called a hybrid creature that resembles Grace. a little silly run-off the-mill comedy. for me.’” us to be. CPL. GREGORIO IZQUIERDO J OB Title: KC-130J crew chief Unit: VMGR-252 Hometown: Orlando, Fla. 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DIRECTOR, PUBLIC AFFAIRS STAFF WRITERS MAJ. AISHA M. BAKKAR SGT. LISA R. STRICKLAND Highlight Your Superstar PUBLIC AFFAIRS CHIEF LANCE CPL. SANTIAGO G. COLON JR. LANCE CPL. RASHAUN X. JAMES MASTER SGT. CHARLES F. ALBRECHT LANCE CPL. AMY A. TRAIL Have a Marine, Sailor or civilian PFC. SAMANTHA H. ARRINGTON you would like to highlight? Let the PRESS CHIEF PFC. CORY D.D. POLOM GUNNERY SGT. REINA BARNETT Windsock know. E-mail us at AROUND THE CORPS EDITOR MARY ANN NEDER email@example.com CPL. ALICIA R. GIRON or call 466-3542. LANCE CPL. SANTIAGO G. COLON JR. The Windsock January 21, 2010 A3 HAITI from page A1 DEPART from page A1 delivered to distribution points where it The ships of the Bataan Amphibious what I was trained to do,” said Cpl. Stead lina, is to do what we can for our troops.” was most needed. Ready Group and embarked elements of S. Taft, an aircraft mechanic with HMH- This was the ﬁrst occasion for the USO’s The crowd was curious about the Ma- the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit ar- 366. “It’s about time and I’m ecstatic.” mobile unit to be present at a departure. rines’ operations, according to Staff Sgt. rived off the coast of Haiti Monday to pro- The mobile United Service Organiza- “We want to be more expeditionary,” Clausele Barthold. At one point, a local vide humanitarian assistance and disaster tion of North Carolina was present at the said Falkenbury. “We need to be there man opened coconuts for the Marines pro- relief for earthquake survivors and bolster squadron’s departure. when our troops are leaving or coming viding security on the perimeter to help relief operations already underway in sup- The USO provided entertainment and home, and that’s what we plan to do.” build rapport between the residents and port of Operation Uniﬁed Response. snacks for the departing Marines. The Marines received their ﬁnal brief Marines. This sea-based force will bring added “This is the least we can do,” said John aboard the air station and then boarded “The Haitians think that when the U.S. capabilities to aid the relief efforts without Falkenbury, USO of North Carolina presi- two buses headed to Norfolk, Va., where Marines come ashore, that it means force,” taxing the already strained infrastructure dent and a retired Army lieutenant colonel. they then departed for the Horn of Africa. said Barthold, a Haitian-American who ashore. Comprised of heavy-lift and utility “Our mission, as the USO of North Caro- spent his ﬁrst 14 years in Haiti. “But after helicopters, trucks and humvees, assault being here two days, and seeing how hard amphibian vehicles, and logistics capabili- FAMILY from page A1 the Marines are working, they are begin- ties to include water puriﬁcation and lim- ning to trust the Marines and become more ited medical support, the 22nd MEU will “Wednesday’s townhall meeting illus- happening during deployments. friendly.” further enhance the humanitarian relief ef- trates the high priority both of the com- The 16 spouses in attendance agreed Barthold, an infantryman by trade, vol- forts ashore. manding generals place on family readi- the most important question they wanted unteered his services after the massive The 22nd MEU is a multimission ca- ness and keeping our family members answered was, “How long will their loved earthquake rocked his native country. pable force comprised of Marine Heavy informed,” said Dawn Rae, the 2nd Ma- ones be gone?” He also rallied other Haitian Marines he Helicopter Squadron 461 (Reinforced), rine Aircraft Wing family readiness of- Flock said at this time he did not know knew to join the effort. Barthold and 30 Combat Logistics Battalion 22, Battalion ﬁcer. “Our 2nd MAW mantra is: family when the 22nd MEU would be returning. others were quickly integrated into a team Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine readiness equals mission readiness.” The date of their loved ones returning de- of interpreters to support the MEU’s relief Regiment, and its command element. Maj. Gen. James F. Flock, commanding pends on how fast clean-up and relief ef- efforts. Barthold spoke with the crowd, In addition to Bataan, the ARG am- general for 2nd MAW, said family is a big forts take. gave them directions and even found time phibious relief mission also includes USS part of the Marine Corps and as such, it For most of the spouses this was not to joke around with a group of children Carter Hall (LSD 50), USS Fort McHenry is his job to take care of the Marines and their ﬁrst deployment experience and they who sat in a school circle around him at (LSD 43), USS Gunston Hall (LSD 44) their families. Flock accomplishes this by passed on advice for the other spouses who the edge the landing zone. and detachments from Helicopter Sea keeping families up-to-date with what is had not yet faced a deployment. “I’m overwhelmed with joy to help, but Combat Squadron 22, Helicopter Mine at the same time it’s hurtful to see the hu- Countermeasure Squadron 15, Tactical Air man suffering,” said Barthold. “But the Control Squadron 21, Fleet Surgical Team Marines are here to help, and with time, 8, Assault Craft Unit 4 and Beachmaster the suffering will come to an end.” Unit 2. SAFE from page A1 ensure cords are between two and six inch- “AMCC will correct any discrepancies es in length to decrease the potential for found during the safety checks that are on strangulation of small children and pets. the list for inspection,” said Quill. In addition, smoke detectors, ﬁre sup- All pets should be secured, he added. pression systems of range-top hoods in “Atlantic Marine Corps Communities kitchens and ﬁre extinguishers will be in- takes safety very seriously and we appreci- spected to ensure they’re fully functional. ate all of our residents for their patience as “The inspections last approximately 10 we conduct this check,” said Debbie Hick, to 15 minutes and the home residents are AMCC director of property management. not required to be present,” said John G. “AMCC wants to start the new year Quill, the quality control supervisor for safely and we appreciate the residents sup- AMCC. port of this effort.” We Give You More. local news coupons regional news special offers state news money saving tips national and world news recipes sports news and scores USA WEEKEND wedding announcements PARADE MAGAZINE weather AMERICAN PROFILE tv listings SPRY comics RELISH crossword puzzles Dear Abby Dr. Gott soduku horoscopes classifieds entertainment news obituaries birth announcements engagements bridge legal notices editorials cryptoquote movie listings jumble lottery numbers contests prizes website of the day news to use odds and ends legislative review activities meetings breaking news alerts photo pages letters to the editor neighbors online access this day in history so much more ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS, YOUR DREAMS AND YOUR FINANCIAL PLAN A great loan rate can make it happen. 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He said although the world has come to know Marines as warriors, humanitarian relief remains one of the Corps’ substantial assets. “Expeditionary, that’s our middle name,” Carpenter said. “We unload and load ships very quickly and very often. It’s a challenge, but it’s not a unique challenge to what we typically do.” The Marine Corps has also solicited the aid of any Marines who speak Creole to serve as interpreters to expedite the relief effort. Lance Cpl. Luchmy Luc, a Marine who volunteered to go to Haiti as a Creole- English interpreter, had only one thing to say to his family in Haiti and to America – “We’re going to do all we can and the best PETTY OFFICER 2ND CLASS KRISTOPHER WILSON we can.” Marines assigned to the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit embark aboard the multipurpose amphibious assault ship USS The 22nd MEU consists of its command Bataan (LHD 5) prior to their departure on the disaster relief mission to the nation of Haiti, Jan. 16. element; Battalion Landing Team 3rd Bat- talion, 2nd Marine Regiment; Combat Lo- CPL. SCOTT SCHMIDT added to the Marine effort in addition to the deploying with could allow them to sea- gistics Battalion 22 and Marine Heavy He- HEADQUARTERS MARINE CORPS USS Fort McHenry and Carter Hall already base off shore while still providing imme- licopter Squadron 461 (Reinforced). WASHINGTON – More than 2,000 Ma- slated for support. The Gunston Hall will diate relief support. All military efforts are in support of the rines and Sailors with the 22nd Marine Ex- transport a platoon of amphibious assault “We don’t know if we will sea-base or U.S. Agency for International Develop- peditionary Unit departed Morehead City, vehicles from 2nd Marine Division. not at this point, but the great thing about ment, which is orchestrating U.S. govern- N.C., Saturday to assist in the international The addition of AAV Marines will pro- sea-basing is that we can push forces in dur- ment contributions to the relief mission. Haiti relief effort. vide the necessity of ship-to-shore opera- ing the day and recover them at night,” said For more information on the Haiti relief The MEU left port at 9 a.m. aboard the tions and amphibious landing capabilities Capt. Clark Carpenter, the MEU’s public af- effort, visit the Marine Corps Haiti Aid amphibious assault ship USS Bataan and to current U.S. military efforts in the earth- fairs ofﬁcer. “That reduces the strain on an page at http://www.usmc.mil/usmc/pages/ arrived off the shore of Haiti Jan. 18. quake-ravaged nation. The amphibious already strained infrastructure, and we have HaitiAid.aspx. A fourth ship, the USS Gunston Hall, was ships, AAV’s and helicopters the MEU is a great capability from those ships to pro- HUGE SENSIBLE TV Time FOR SENSIBLE PEOPLE For Your NEXT GET OVER 120 TOP CHANNELS INCLUDES LOCAL CHANNELS (where available) HOLIDAY SALE! mo Reg. Price $39.99/mo Car? FOR 12 MONTHS (with Agreement) Check out encCarﬁnder.com GRANITE COUNTER TOPS Offer expires 1/31/10. LOCK IN - dealer spotlights Complete kitchen installed for YOUR SAVINGS FOR A YEAR -new & used inventory Restrictions apply. Call for details. -loan estimator 1,987.00 Pick the Slabs -news & info Call Today! 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Marines from PMO arrived ﬁrst and assumed the role of on-scene commander. They secured the area, assessed the casualties, and moved all casualties to a safe area. Moments later, the ARFF Marines arrived in humvees with twin-agent ﬁreﬁghting units towed behind them. They also brought their rescue truck, a mine resistant ambush protected vehicle, which is outﬁtted as a ﬁre truck for use outside of the base where the threat of im- LANCE CPL. SAMUEL NASSO provised explosive devices is heightened. The Marines Lance Cpl. John Ritchie and Cpl. Nathaniel Franey, Aircraft Rescue and Firefightering Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 372, Marine Aircraft Group 40, Marine Expeditionary Brigade-Afghanistan, douse a jumped out of their vehicles, began putting on their ﬁre- simulated fire with aqueous film-forming foam during a combat area fire exercise, Dec. 27. ﬁghting gear, grabbed the hose, and approached the ﬁre without hesitation. emergencies.” The ARFF Marines have conducted other training sce- The ﬁre was simulated by bright orange cones and The exercise provided the experience necessary for all narios, but this exercise was the ﬁrst training exercise was quickly doused with coats of aqueous ﬁlm-forming of the participants to better familiarize themselves with that implemented other role players. foam used by the ARFF Marines. each other and different situations. “This is a baby-step process,” said Espinosa. “We Simultaneously, a medical vehicle pulled in with “Drills are important because they give us a chance have an SOP for our emergency services, and we con- corpsmen from the base combined aid station. The corps- to work out any ﬂaws that we may have and improve on duct exercises like these to ﬁne tune the SOP.” men hurried out and attended to the simulated wounded them, so no mistakes are made when the real thing hap- The ARFF Marines have planned to conduct addi- Marines at the casualty collection point. Patients were pens,” said Sgt. Brian Golden, ARFF assistant section tional drills and increase the scale of the exercises to triaged by the corpsmen before being placed on stretch- leader and ﬁre inspector with MWSS-372. “It is our job implement more variables, such as coordinating with ers and taken to medical vehicles for transport to local to train for any and every possible scenario that could their United Kingdom counterparts or having multiple medical facilities for further medical treatment. happen and we know that the likelihood of something emergencies to respond to at the same time. The exercise ended minutes after it started and proved out of,the ordinary happening here in Afghanistan is a In the new year, the ARFF Marines, base PMO, base to be a good test of how the emergency services must lot higher than being back in garrison.” medical and UK emergency services have scheduled a coordinate with one another under critical circumstances Overall, the exercise went smoothly with only minor symposium to discuss the current SOP and coordinate like the one presented during the exercise. miscues needing correction. with one another to improve the emergency response “I was glad to see all of the players out there working “You always have to remember tactics; you parked services on Camps Bastion and Leatherneck. with each other,” said Master Sgt. 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Gould, the platoon commander of Jump Platoon. “There were roughly 300-400 people close to the district center, and they started throwing rocks at us.” LANCE CPL. DWIGHT A. HENDERSON The crowd blocked the entire Marines and Sailors from Weapons Company and Jump Platoon, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, prepare to leave Forward road to the district center. The Operating Base Delhi, in Garmsir District, Helmand province, Afghanistan, Jan. 12. ﬁrst vehicle was pelted by rocks and gunﬁre to the point that the cated between FOB Delhi and the bridges. One crosses the Helmand ward as the crowd subsided from around noon, and by 3 p.m. the ballistic glass on the front, driver bazaar, had also been attacked. A River and the other crosses a large their area. bazaar resumed normal business. and passenger side of the vehicle newly built school across from the canal. To secure the bazaar, the “We were basically there watch- “Around 3 p.m. we brought our began to crack. The Marines then district center had been set on ﬁre ANSF, with the help of local el- ing their movements when we forces back into the district cen- retrograded back to FOB Delhi to with approximately 300 Korans ders, convinced the crowd to clear noticed a guy on crutches by him- ter,” said Gould. “The road was reﬁt and return with more vehicles located inside. the bazaar and assemble on the for self,” said Shepherd. “He reached open again, and the shop owners and personnel. The Marines reached the district side of the bridges. down to pick something up and started opening up their shops.” Upon returning to FOB Delhi, center and ensured the Marines “The ANSF and elders started fell.” Order in and around the bazaar the Marines from Weapons Com- inside and the district governor telling them to go home and let After seeing the man fall, both was restored without the need pany, 2/2, began to prepare their were safe. Afghan National Secu- them clear the area,” said Wil- Shepherd and his section leader for violent force by the Marines gear and vehicles to enter the ba- rity Forces and local village elders liams. quickly ran to help him up and re- as they stuck to their rules of en- zaar with Jump Platoon. began speaking to the crowd. According to Lance Cpl. Robert trieved what he was trying to pick gagement and escalation of force After some quick coordination “The International Security C. Treichler, an anti-tank guided up. policies, and worked peacefully to with Afghan National Security Assistant Forces partnered with missileman with weapons com- “It was a piece of a watch chain resolve the situation. Forces, the Marines were on their ANSF to try and diffuse the situa- pany, the crowd dispersed shortly or something like that,” said Shep- “I would say the real successful way to secure the district center. tion,” said 1st Sgt. Charles R. Wil- after the ANSF and elders gave herd. “We noticed that the people part between the ANSF and ISAF At the district center, the crowd liams, the weapons company ﬁrst the order. who were there sort of stopped forces was we were able to de-es- had set multiple vehicles and mo- sergeant. Pfc. Jacob P. Shepherd, an and were wondering what we calate the situation without any torcycles on ﬁre. A National Di- The entrances to the bazaar anti-tank guided missileman with were doing with him.” shots being ﬁred,” said Williams. rectorate of Security complex, lo- from both east and west are weapons company, moved for- The Marines had left Delhi A8 January 21, 2010 The Windsock Military Discounts • Marine Federal Credit Union 1st Time Buyer Program • CLEARANCE • EXTRAVAGANZA! 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COLON JR. scenarios on a regular basis as a pro- MCAS CHERRY POINT ﬁciency builder for the pilots and The bitter cold and freezing At- crew of Pedro. lantic waters did not stop the search “We run these training sessions at and rescue team of Marine Transport least two or three times a month,” Squadron 1 from diving in during Cordoza said. “This was my ﬁrst SAR training missions just off the time jumping into the water, but I coast of eastern North Carolina, Jan. have done many training missions 12. with Pedro.” With the HH-46E helicopter, af- Smith said the hours they spend fectionately known as Pedro, in full in the air training are important in ﬂight, VMR-1’s SAR non commis- ensuring SAR Marines adequately sioned ofﬁcer in charge, Staff Sgt. Ryan C. Smith, jumped into the water. After Pedro circled around, Gunnery Sgt. William B. Cordoza, the quality assurance chief for VMR-1, jumped into the water to serve as a stranded victim for Smith. LANCE CPL. SANTIAGO G. COLON JR. Pedro hovered Marine Transport Squadron 1’s search and rescue above as Smith non commissioned ofﬁcer in charge Staff Sgt. Ryan C. swam to rescue Smith and VMR-1’s quality assurance chief Gunnery the supposed Sgt. William B. Cordoza are hoisted out of the freezing drowning vic- Atlantic waters during SAR training missions just off the coast of eastern North Carolina. LANCE CPL. SANTIAGO G. COLON JR. tim. Once Smith Staff Sgt. Ryan C. Smith, Marine Transport Squadron 1’s search and rescue non commissioned had secured the safety harness to serve their community. ofﬁcer in charge, jumps into the freezing Atlantic waters during search and rescue training Cordoza, he signaled the Pedro crew “This is our mission at the air sta- missions just off the coast of eastern North Carolina, Jan. 12. The mission of the exercisew and within seconds they sent down a tion,” Smith said. “The more we was to rescue the supposed stranded victim Gunnery Sgt. William B. Cordoza, VMR-1’s safety line designed to pull a possible train, the more proﬁcient we become quality assurance chief, with the help of an HH-46E SAR helicopter. drowning victim and rescuer out of at completing our mission.” the water. Smith said their mission is also vi- Slowly and cautiously Cordoza tal considering the area they cover. and Smith were pulled out of the “We can ﬂy more than 15 nautical water and into the interior of Pedro miles over the water before needing where the crew was ready to assist to refuel,” Smith said. “On land we the victim. can service an inﬁnite area.” Cordoza said he felt this type of Smith added they also provide real life training mission was impor- search and rescue over land and tant for rescue swimmers. medical transportations for hospitals “Training in a real situation is dif- all across North Carolina. ferent than in a swimming pool,” According to Smith, the Jan. 12, Cordoza said. “That water was really training mission was a success. cold.” “The exercise went really well,” According to Cordoza, the SAR Smith said. “We are becoming more crew of VMR-1 runs these practice proﬁcient every time we train.” LANCE CPL. SANTIAGO G. COLON JR. An HH-46E helicopter affectionately known as Pedro is prepared by a Marine Transport Squadron 1 crew to take off prior to search and rescue training missions just off the coast of eastern North Carolina. According to Gunnery Sgt. William B. Cordoza, the quality assurance chief for VMR- 1, search and rescue Marines perform this type of training at least two or three times a month. LANCE CPL. SANTIAGO G. COLON JR. Staff Sgt. Ryan C. Smith, Marine Transport Squadron 1’s search and rescue non commissioned ofﬁcer in charge, climbs back into Pedro with his supposed stranded victim Gunnery Sgt. William B. Cordoza, VMR-1’s quality assurance chief. B2 January 21, 2010 The Windsock THE LOCAL BUZZ Announcements Indicates new announcement refund or replacement toy. MyPay Login Identification To see this recall on CPSC’s web site, including a As of Dec. 14, 2009, the Defense Finance and Cherry Point Fire Warden Training Program picture of the recalled product, please visit http://www. 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Incredibly, only two civilian volunteers were killed and 2nd MAW Command Inspector General no Marines or Sailors were lost. 466-5038 If you are a victim of sexual assault Immediately call 466-3264 during working hours or (800) 208-8086 after hours and on weekends. The person answering the call will help you decide the next steps to take. You may remain anonymous. This procedure is not to replace calling 911 if you are in immediate danger. Remember, it’s not your fault. Tests of Security Support is available. Severe weather and force protection information Are you aware of any attempts to inﬁltrate or test Military personnel call 466-3093. physical security or procedures at the military facility? FRC East personnel call 464-8333. DDCN personnel call 466-4083. Fraud, Waste and Abuse If you know of or suspect any fraud, waste or abuse aboard MCAS Cherry Point, call 466-2016. This line’s automated answering service is available 24 hours a day. 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See store for details. HAVELOCK CLEARANCE CENTER F URNITURE This offer cannot be combined with other promotions. 444-6960 447-5723 33 Park Lane, Havelock 28532 Visit our Website 509 Hwy. 70 W *next to McDonalds Shopping Center Westbrook Shopping Center ¡ Hwy. 70 ¡ to See More: ¡ Hwy. 70 ¡ New Bern Havelock New Bern # Havelock Park Lane ¡ www.furnituredistributors.net # ISTRIBUTORS McDonalds Furniture Distributors d. Food Lion r Blv Mille D NEW BERN 634-2442 MOREHEAD 240-2001 GREENVILLE 252-317-0414 Glenburnie Road Simmons Street 2514 Neuse Blvd., New Bern 4636 Arendell St., Hwy. 70 W 1916 E. Firetower Road Neuse Blvd. Century 21 Furniture Distributors JD Burger Greenville ¡ Hwy. 43 ¡ New Bern E. Fire Tower Craven Regional Neuse Blvd. Theatre # Havelock # Hwy. 70 ¡ Morehead Zaxby’s Coral Bay Marina # Furniture Distributors Medical Center Coral Bay Marina B4 January 21, 2010 The Windsock The Windsock January 21, 2010 B5 B6 January 21, 2010 The Windsock Marines commence Haiti relief effort CPL. ALAN ADDISON Marines from Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit, unload cases of water in a pasture near Leogane, Haiti, Jan. 19. Haiti was affected by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake, Jan. 12. The 22nd MEU is a multimission force composed of approximately 2,000 Marines and Sailors, providing humanitarian assistance and diaster relief to the impoverished nation of Haiti. NEW BERN’S LOW PRICE MATTRESS LEADER • Largest Selection of Simmons Mattresses • Oldest Tempur-pedic Dealer in the Area • Large Selection of Vaughan-Bassett • Bedroom Furniture made in USA Financing Available Twin Mattress Sets from $7900 ea. piece Queen Mattress Sets from $13900 ea. piece SOLD IN SETS ONLY! Low Prices Everyday No Coupons Required No Gimmick Prices Low Price Guarantee 1907 S. GLENBURNIE ROAD (252) 636-2216 Store Hours: M-F 9:30-6 • Sat 9:30-5 www.dunnsbeds.com TheWindsock January 21, 2010 B7 Restaurant Camps Sea Gull & Seafarer are accepting applications for SPRING KITCHEN STAFF Applicants must by 17 years of age. Please call 252-249-3947 ext. 222 for additional details. Applications are available at the Camp Seafarer Dining Hall between 9am-Noon Mon.-Fri. Sales SALES ASSOCIATE Clearing/Gravel Structural repairs Full-time. Experience BULLDOZER, excavator, grading, WE REPAIR JOISTS, seals, gird- in home furnishings demoltion work. Fill dirt, topsoil & ers, water/termite damage. All General Drivers Medical home repairs! (252)756-2915 helpful but not required. sand. (252)559-6932 Apply in person CRABMEAT EXPERIENCED LOG Rose Brothers Furniture Tractor Work TRUCK DRIVERS Havelock, NC Concrete FOOTINGS, BUSHHOGING, BACK- 50 PICKERS openings. Temporary job 3 years experience with of New Bern DISCOUNT PRICES Driveways, pa- HOE and tractor work. Call lasts 4/1/2010 thru 12/31/ class A CDL. Excellent tios sidewalks No one can beat my (252)670-0555 2010. Pamlico Packing Co., price Daugherty’s (910)389-8575 Inc., 66 Cross Road, pay and equipment. RN/LP Grantsboro, NC. Remove backs Apply in person to Disposal from crabs. Clean crabs. Pick out all the meat from crabs us- Treeline Inc. at Full or part time , WANTED PAYING TOP dollar for junk cars and trucks. Free pickup. Tree Service ing a knife. Separate crab meat and pack into one pound cups 125 River Rd. 3-11pm. Call (252)745-5661 for marketing. Clean and sani- Vanceboro NC A-1 TREE tize work area. No experience. Call: 252-637-4730 or Technical Drywall Repair Tree removal and $7.79 per hour, 45 hours per NEW WORK or repair to existing trimming, stump grinder, week, 6:30am to 4pm drop in to see us at: AIRCRAFT CLEANERS walls and ceilings. Free estimates. up to 95’ bucket truck. Monday-Friday. $11.69 over 2600 Old Cherry Point Call 252-633-4909 40. Must be able to work in needed for 2 locations. Mastercard/Visa accepted wet conditions, standing up for Rd., New Bern Earl Temple (252)636-0611 long periods of time. Saturday Candidates with experience Gutters/Construction Management DAD & THE BOYS LLC work as necessary; lift/carry will be considered first. 40lbs. as necessary. Shared We honor years Seamless gutters. 5” Gutters housing will be available for Applications will be $3.50 per foot 1 story. full-time workers only at Events/Marketing of experience and offer kept confidential. $4.50 per foot 2 story plus $25.00 per week. downspouts. We specialize TO APPLY, Manager an excellent benefit Please send resumes to in flooring & remodeling. We package, competitive Dionne Cade at do all phases of residential FAX RESUME TO: Seeking an enthusiastic events email@example.com GREATER KINSTON wage scale, shift and construction. 252-659-2224 CREDIT UNION (252)745-3272 and marketing professional to (Greater Craven CU Service Center) oversee the promotion of weekend differential. Handyman FIFTY-EIGHT ANNUAL MEETING A-1 HANDYMAN SERVICE No job enclosed regional mall in New too small. Reasonable rates! Greater Kinston Credit Union Bern, NC. Attention to detail AA/EOE Will Host its Annual (252)229-7016 and the ability to handle Members (Shareholders) Meeting on Friday, multiple projects Handyman General simultaneously are essential. COASTAL INSTALLATION AND RE- January 22, 2010 at 6:30pm at St Augustus A.M.E. Flexibility in working hours PAIR! Painting, roofing, plumbing, DUN ARTIE SALON & Trades electrical, carpentry, tree removal Zion Church DAY SPA IS SEEKING A: required. and tractor work. All work with 310 E. North St,. Kinston, NC FULL TIME Email resumes to: warranty. Call (252)474-5676 THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER WILL BE kkennedy@hullstorey Medical MR. JUAN LANGFORD Mr Langford is a graduate of RECEPTIONIST gibson.com Handyman DEPENDABLE AND QUALITY work. Must be computer literate, or Fax to: (706)868-7457 Elizabeth City State University a multi-tasker & must be able PRIVATE EXPERIENCED Carpentry, painting, vinyl siding, where he earned a bachelor of Attn: Kelly decking & more! (252) 571-4335 Science Industrial Technology to work in a team environment. HOME CARE HEAVY EQUIPMENT Handyman Education. He also holds a Master SEND RESUMES TO: OPERATORS of Education in Adult Education & EASTERN CAROLINAS HANDY- MAN A level ahead of the rest! Training from Old Dominion Box 2093 c/o The Sun Journal CNAs Bulldozer, Backhoe, Ex- cavators, Graders, Front University in Norfolk, Virginia. PO Box 13948 Management Where quality counts. 1 year war- Currently he serves as an Identity New Bern, NC 28562 end loaders. Must have ranty. References. Fully insured. Theft Specialist with Kroll Inc. as Apply today and steady work history. (252) 670-7981 or 514-3013. well as on Independent Associate FUEL MARKET earn a $450 bonus! with Pre Paid Legal Services. He is Handyman Mr. Odd Job! Plumbing, Electric, married to Travella Dove-Langford ASSISTANT EXPERIENCED of Kinston and resides in ALL SHIFTS/ DUMP TRUCK/HAUL Carpentry, Tile, Painting. Free Estimates. 252 249-0381 Greensboro, NC. Please call Greater Kinston MANAGER FULL TIME TRUCK DRIVERS General Credit Union at (252)527-4002 POSITION AVAILABLE PLACEMENT Rotating and PM if you plan to attend. Minimum 1 year retail PART-TIME PIANIST experience necessary. Benefits shifts required. Hauling NEEDED include insurance, paid Fill dirt, topsoil, sand, rock back- vacation & 401K. Home Care for the for loving church family. hoe, grading, debris removal, Pay based on experience. Elderly. Hourly/24 EXPERIENCED demolition, drainage tile Reid Submit resume to: APPLY AT FISHER hour care. Work 3-4 days CONCRETE HELPER Avery (252)638-2801 Cherry Point Baptist Church, OIL COMPANY: & have off 3-4 days. Industrial or commercial PO Box 555, Havelock, NC 28532. Hwy. 70 East, New Bern Contact office for info New Bern, Havelock, experience preferred. (252) 447-5462 Morehead, Jacksonville Must be familiar with Home Improvement and Swansboro areas. building forms, digging Errands, Transportation, footings, pouring con- Meal Prep, Medication, crete & finishing. Must Medical Companionship, have steady work history. ROOFING, VINYL SIDING, gar- . Reminders, ages, decks, additions, painting, Office Housekeeping, etc. EXPERIENCED storage shed. (252) 447-2394. 24 hour electrical & pluming repair & GENERAL LABORERS installation. 252-571-8429 is seeking TOP PAY Must be willing to work rotating shifts. Home Improvement CANNON VINYL PAINT & Remod- PART-TIME LEGAL FULL & PART-TIME Call Today General eling. 25 years experience. Call ASSISTANT CNAS (252)634-9307 Must pass all screening Joel (252) 634-8078 for estimate. Please contact & have clean criminal needed for busy law firm. Home Improvement Meg Campbell, LPN/SDC background. Must have 2 Must have steady work FJ CURRAN CO. Remodeling, forms of identification. history and pass all at 110 McCotter Blvd kitchens, handicapped baths, decks, painting and handyman ENTRY LEVEL screening. Havelock NC 28532 (252)444-4631 Apply Immediately at services. Call (252)723-5123 SAFETY 1916 S. Glenburnie Rd. ENTRY LEVEL EEO/AAP Home Improvement KITCHENS, BATHS, hardwood, tile ASSISTANT CLERICAL or call (252)636-3111 & laminate floors. Painting & more Medical/Health Free estimates. 252-626-5340 Must be familiar with OSHA and MSHA BOOKKEEPER/ Medical Home Improvement Painting, Carpentry, Garages, regulations. Will work ACCOUNTANT Additions.... Reasonable rates and alongside safety man- for long-term assign- of New Bern quality work! (252) 671-6606. ager, perform training, ment. Accounting degree Trades Landscaping inspections, monitor preferred. Must have at of New Bern DIETARY AIDE RANDY’S BED MAINTENANCE & equipment and least 5 years steady work Immediate Openings LANDSCAPING Fall cleanup, plant- 1st & 2nd shift ing, mulch, sodding, pine straw, administer testing and history. Construction CNA’s SERVICE HVAC other assigned duties. background preferred. irrigation repairs. 910-743-2951 or 252-474-4491 Proficient in Word/Excel Full-time and TECHNICIANS Apply immediately Part-time,11-7 Call us at We have immediate Lawn Care 1916 S. Glenburnie Rd. Email resumes to openings for qualified FALL CLEANUP! Raking yards, (252) 637-4730 pressure washing, mulching or call (252)636-3111 jessica@ Call: 252-637-4730 or or drop in to HVAC Service Technicians. flower beds, removing small trees, Candidate must pass all holdentemp.com drop in to see us at: Must have knowledge of landscaping. Campbell’s Lawn 2600 Old required screening. 2600 Old Cherry Point servicing all HVAC brands. Care (252)342-1984 or 342-4488 Cherry Point Rd., New Bern Experience a must. Must Rd., New Bern. Roof Repair have valid driver’s license. J&L ROOFING CO. Free esti- Salesmanship is important mates. Fully Insured. 24 hour We honor years patch repair 252-626-2740 General along with professional General of experience and offer We honor years of experi- appearance. Top salary Roofing DUN ARTIE SALON & an excellent benefit ence & offer an excellent for the right professional. METAL ROOFING DONE Right. DAY SPA IS SEEKING A: FREE PHOTO SHOOT package, competitive benefit package, Call today for an interview. Free estimates! (910) 209-5815 if accepted. Local Agency Hair Stylist, Massage Interviewing Expressive Babies wage scale, shift and competitive wage scale, Coastal Home Services Inc Structural repairs and Kids for commercials WE REPAIR JOISTS, seals, gird- Therapist & Certified & print. Bookings pay well. weekend differential. shift & weekend 4906 Bridges St. ers, water/termite damage. All Nail Technician www.cbgroup.com for info differential. Morehead City home repairs! (252)756-2915 APPLY WITHIN! (252)670-0464 AA/EOE AA/EOE 252-222-0026 B8 January 21, 2010 TheWindsock 220 Apartments for Rent CLEAN FURNISHED NO SMOKING near Tryon Palace. for single. $130 Trades 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Trent 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH in Havelock. week & up 252-249-2200 SMALL STUDIO APT IN Fairfield ****VACANCIES**** Rd, Glenburnie Rd, Tyson Mgmt Laundry room, bonus room, $725 Harbour area, New Bern. Utilities & Westgate I Mobile Home Park 7550 Hwy 70 East, New Bern The City of Greenville, NC is 252-514-0188 per month, no pets. Call DirectTV included. $600 a month. seeking qualified applicants 252-447-6170 www.ccrentals.net No smoking. Call (252)636-2084 (5 miles from MCAS) for the following position: ROOM FOR RENT $100 per week. 252-229-9419 FIRE/RESCUE Single, no smoking, no pets. TRAINEE: (252)638-9009 & leave message. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, attached Performs in a training 2 ACRE LOT Wooded, high end level, off Hwy. 58, 4 miles from garage, no pets, fenced in yard, $800 month. Call (252)447-6170 220 Apartments for Rent 14X80 2/2 BATH on 1/2 acre lot. 6 capacity learning and WORKSHOP SPACE FOR LEASE! participating in the general Pollocksville on NC state road www.ccrentals.net miles to New Bern. $495 per 1,250sqft, 3 phase electric, 14’ functions and duties of a 1120 (208 Piney Grove Road). month. No pets! (252)249-3999 overhead door, $450, across from beginning level fire/rescue $25,000 (252)229-6014 1 BEDROOM Furnished Apart- position. High school Creekside Park. (252)626-8266 ments Waterfront setting, weekly, diploma or GED required. No prior fire rescue 3 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH IN ORIEN- monthly 910-578-5777 experience required. TAL 2,000sq.ft. , 2 car garage, Annual Salary: $30,492.80. fenced yard, storage shed, pet al- 2 & 3 BEDROOM Singles in Sandy Application Deadline: PAVED RD! Hwy 55E. 14 acres, Ridge MHP in Bridgeton. No pets 3.5 on high land, water/sewer lowed with fee, no smoking. $950 02-07-10 allowed. (252)637-9321 month. (252)671-2700 1 BEDROOM historic district, 1916 S. GLENBURNIE RD. Recep- available, Ducks, wild game plenti- For complete information Spacious! Washer and dryer. No tion, 3 offices, handicap bath, file ful! $25,000 (252) 675-1824 and instructions on how to 3/2 HISTORIC HOME Cozy front pets. $525 month. (919)851-9900 room, $775/mo. Chuck Tyson apply online, please visit porch, picket fences, family & for- www.greenvillenc.gov and Tyson Mgmt. (252) 633-5766 mal rooms, covered parking, nice click on employment. kitchen, $995. 252-635-7052 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH in 315 METCALF STREET 12x12 Vanceboro. $450 per month plus The City of Greenville is an 1 BEDROOM STUDIO WITH ALL Equal Opportunity/ 3/3 ON DAWSON’S CREEK ORIEN- professional office space, includes deposit. No pets. (252) 244-5808 LAND & CONVENIENCE STORE for UTILITIES INCLUDED. Only 1 Affirmative Action Employer TAL Funished, dock, 2 kitchens, 2 HSI. Month to month available! sale by owner. 6530 Highway 55, apartment left, $425/month. Call story, $900 mo. (252)670-1847 $200 PLEASE CALL (252)670- Reelsboro, 1.3 acres, 1,500sq.ft. (252)447-6170 www.ccrentals.net 9136 building. $115,000. Call Paul (919)934-6013 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH MOBILE HOMES! Grantsboro area. All ap- AVAILABLE HOUSES 2 AND 3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS pliances, central HVAC. No pets. 2 available, both 3 Bedroom, from $550 per month! Call (252) BRIDGETON SQUARE! 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