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Capt. Adam Fiedler, Air Force Special Operations Forces Air Operations Center, loads branches into a truck at the Gulf Breeze Zoo Nov. 20. Ten volunteers from the AFSOF

AOC transported several loads of wood, left over from Hurricane Ivan, to the zoo’s preserve to be ground into mulch for use in the exhibits.

Air Commando

takes charge

at PRT Zabul

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Security forces

members begin march

to Ground Zero

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Year No. 5, Edition No. 28

1st Special Operations Wing

Public Affairs

“Tip of the Spear” is a

monthly spotlight designed to

recognize outstanding Airmen

for the work they do every day at

Hurlburt Field. Airman 1st Class

Ashley Taylor, 1st Special Operations

Component Maintenance

Squadron mission systems journeyman,

was selected for this

month’s spotlight.

Name: Airman 1st Class Ashley

Taylor

Unit: 1st Special Operations

Component Maintenance

Squadron

Duty Title: Mission systems

journeyman

Hometown: Oak Lawn, Ill.

Date Entered the Air Force:

Nov. 17, 2009

Hobbies: Bass guitar and

roller derby

Why did you join the Air Force?

College wasn’t a good fit, and

I wanted a job I could be proud

of.

How does your Air Force .

specialty contribute to the

mission?

We repair radar systems so

pilots are able to do their job.

If you were Chief Master .

Sgt. of the Air Force for one day,

how would you change the Air

Force?

Try to better prepare Airmen-in-Training

for when they

become operational.

What’s your favorite thing

about Hurlburt Field?

The people here are great,

and, coming from the North, it’s

nice to have warm weather all

the time.

What do you like most about

being an Airman?

I like knowing that I’m responsible

for all my actions and

all the work that I do. If you

skate by doing the bare minimum,

people notice. If you work

hard and do the right thing, that

will get noticed, too.

What’s one thing you wish you

were told before joining the Air

Force?

Basic Military Training isn’t

hard, but trying to work well

with so many girls will frustrate

you to no end.

What motivates you at work?

Our shop has good leaders,

and people have good attitudes.

I want them to feel that I’m reliable

and a hard worker.

Who are your heroes/role

models?

My older brother is a U.S.

tip of the spear

Airman 1st Class Ashley Taylor

Marine, and he inspires me to

work to the best of my ability

every day and make the right

decisions in my life.

Advice to others?

Have a good attitude when

you walk in to work. No one likes

someone who’s in a lousy mood

all the time.

Why was she selected?

“Airman Taylor is an outstanding

part of the 1st SOCMS

team and mission. She excels

at everything she does and was

recently selected as our squadron’s

Airman of the Quarter.

Prior to her arrival at Hurlburt

Field, she served as an element

leader in BMT overseeing 49

recruits in her flight. She currently

manages the electrostatic

discharge program in the Avionics

Flight ensuring the proper

handling of vital electronics.

During our recent Logistics

Compliance Assessment Program

inspection, her areas were

rated “Outstanding.” Outside of

her Air Force duties, she helped

raise $1,400 for breast cancer

awareness and volunteers at

the local Boys and Girls Club

remodeling their facilities.

Whether it’s repairing a milliondollar

antenna or raising money

for charity, Airman Taylor is

truly a phenomenal Airman and

is perfectly suited to be spotlighted

as Hurlburt Field’s Tip of

the Spear.”

-Chief Master Sgt. .

Scott Doremus

1st SOCMS superintendent


By Staff Sgt. .

Sarah Martinez

1st Special Operations Wing

Public Affairs

Editor’s note: This is

part five in a five-part series on

hurricane preparedness.

After the storm has

passed and the all-clear

has been given, the

Emergency Family Assistance

Control Center

will be there to ease your

transition.

The EFACC is used

as a staging area for the

Hurlburt community

when a natural disaster

or man-made incident occurs.

When an EFACC is

activated, service members

and their dependents

can obtain disaster

relief, contingency information

and services all in

one place.

“An EFACC brings

different family services

together so people aren’t

running around the base

trying to get help from

different agencies,” said

Kelly Childs, Airman &

Family Readiness Center

community readiness

specialist. “This way everything

is all together.”

The A&FRC acts as

the primary source of information,

referral advice

and crisis assistance,

which is similar to what

they do on a day-to-day

basis. They are responsible

for setting up the

EFACC when the installation

commander calls

for it and maintaining it

once it’s established.

Some of the different

agencies Hurlburt members

can expect to see at

the EFACC are Legal, Finance,

military and civilian

personnel office, the

Red Cross, Public Affairs,

the Chapel and Mental

Health.

Childs says other

agencies like the housing

and lodging offices can be

there but it depends on

the situation and people’s

needs.

The expected location

of the EFACC will be at

the A&FRC. However, if

another location is determined

due to base conditions,

personnel and their

families will be directed

to the new location by all

media outlets available.

Not all hurricane

situations will call for an

EFACC to be stood-up,

it will only happen when

the base completely

evacuates.

In situations where

the base has an emergency

but does not evacuate,

the A&FRC has some tips

Hurlburt members can

follow to help themselves

through.

• Develop a family plan

- know where you and

your family are going to

head when the evacuation

order is given.

• Create a disaster

supply kit - know what

supplies you need and

make a kit before it’s too

late.

• Secure your home

- put your valuables high

off the ground, think

about getting home or

renter’s insurance and

take pictures of your

belongings before you

evacuate the area.

• Have a pet plan

- think about what hotels

are pet-friendly

along your route to your

safe haven and plan

accordingly.

No matter what the

emergency, the staff at

the A&FRC would like

the Hurlburt community

to know that there will be

help.

“We’re always going

to be here to provide

Hurlburt Airmen and

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Everything you’ve always wanted to know about hurricanes but were afraid to ask:

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EFACC

The EFACC is used as a staging area for the Hurlburt community when a

natural disaster or man-made incident occurs. When an EFACC is activated,

service members and their dependents can obtain disaster relief, contingency

information and services all in one place.

their families the support

they need, whether

the EFACC is stood up or

not,” said Childs. “So, if

someone has a problem

at any time, they can

come to us, and if we’re

not the right agency, then

we will connect them to

the right one.”

For more information

on the EFACC, contact

the A&FRC at 850-884-

5441. For the EFACC

hot line, activated only

after emergency, call

877-571-7209. For more

information on hurricanes

and hurricane

survival, visit the Hurlburt

Field hurricane

page at www.hurlburt.

af.mil/library/hurricane.

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By Staff Sgt. .

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1st Special Operations Wing

Public Affairs

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is precious; helping conserve

it can guarantee these

luxuries stay in place.

“Energy conservation

is a vital element of our national

strategy to reduce dependence

on non-renewable

energy sources,” expressed

Col. Michael Plehn, former

1st Special Operations Wing

commander, in the new Facility

Energy Management

Policy. “Individually we each

can do things to save a small

amount of energy, which collectively

will add up to a large

improvement.”

The policy contains new

implementation actions

that will take effect near

the end of July. The mandatory

actions will help ensure

Hurlburt Field’s population

conserves energy and aids

the wing in meeting its legislated

energy intensity reduction

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A certain amount of electricity

is allotted for Hurlburt

Field’s daily activities, and

according to recent numbers,

Hurlburt is coming

close to exceeding the maximum

amount.

In addition to the energy

intensity goals, Hurlburt has

an aging electrical infrastructure.

A new substation is one

of the projects designed to

modernize this infrastructure.

The existing substation

is nearing capacity.

Hurlburt Field is operating

at a critical threshold for

the one operational substation

that we have on base,”

said Marc Barrett, 1st Special

Operations Civil Engineer

Squadron Resource

Efficiency Manager. “Significant

infrastructure growth

on base combined with the

high temperatures anticipated

through the summer will

drive [the heating ventilation

and air conditioning] system

energy demands that could

bring our base substation to

a point of failure. Everyone

should avoid unnecessary

energy demands placed on

the power grid to minimize

the potential for a power

failure.”

Fortunately, there are actions

Hurlburt Airmen can

take now to help reduce the

amount of energy they use

and keep the base from complete

grid failure.

There are several ways

a unit or individual can save

energy either at work or at

home.

• Set your thermostat

at 76 degrees Fahrenheit or

higher.

• Keep windows and

doors shut.

• Close blinds to reflect

solar heat.

• Turn off lights and unplug

equipment when not in

use.

• Unplug coffee pots and

chilled water coolers after 11

a.m. each day.

•Consolidate refrigerators

and turn in empty units.

• Unplug TVs that don’t

directly support an ongoing

operation.

• Turn off computers and

peripherals at unoccupied

work stations.

“Remember, even a little

bit goes a long way,” said

Christopher Hood, Hurlburt

Field energy manager.

“Leaving just a bathroom

light on by mistake all night

hurts the base, which can

and will affect the entire

community if not stopped.”

For a copy of the Facility

Energy Management Policy

Letter, or more information

on ways your unit can save

energy, contact your unit

facility manager or the 1st

SOCES at 850-884-6683.


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Information, Tickets and Travel! Oh my!

By Nechel Newton

1st Special Operations Wing

Public Affairs

With the summer season

in full swing and your

dream vacation lurking in

every corner, the Hurlburt

Field Information, Tickets

and Travel is here to make

your wish upon a star come

true.

The ITT office’s purpose

is to bring Airmen and their

families fun and entertainment

through locally-sponsored

events and discounted

vacation packages.

The ITT office, staffed

with full-time travel agents

and online services, offers

discounted packages for college

and professional sports,

cruises, airline tickets, vacation

packages, bus tours and

hotel accommodations.

“We greet everyone

who comes in, and because

they’re military and busy, we

get them in and out as fast

as possible,” said Brenda

Lopez, ITT travel agent. “We

are timely and diligent.”

The benefit of business

done in-person at the office

is the opportunity to receive

a money back guarantee

for travel mishaps and

inconveniences.

The ITT office is also

heavily involved with the

base community. Last year,

they hosted a “Harry Potter

day,” in celebration of the

opening of the Harry Potter

theme park at Universal

Studios in Orlando.

They recently held

a “Splash in the Summer”

which had donated

boat rides, inflated slides

and free giveaways from local

vendors.

The ITT office also hosts

a yearly travel show with

60 to 100 vendors and more

than 600 military personnel

from Northwest Florida in

attendance. These shows

are usually hosted within the

first week of March and are

used to inform people of vacation

deals, ticket discounts

and attraction benefits.

Summer is ITT’s most

popular season with kids out

of school and attractions at

locations like Disney World

and Universal Studios. However,

fall can be just as popular

with the frenzy of football

game tours in play, such as

trips to see the Atlanta Falcons,

New Orleans Saints,

Florida State Seminoles and

more.

But, whether they may

save money or send people

Commando takes charge at PRT Zabul

U.S. Army Col. Todd Wood,

1st Stryker Combat Brigade,

25th Infantry Division commander

(left) passes the guidon

to Lt. Col. Paul LaVigne,

Provincial Reconstruction

Team Zabul commander, as

he takes command of PRT

Zabul during the Change

of Command ceremony at

Forward Operating Base

Smart, Afghanistan, July 10.

LaVigne, an Air Commando

assigned to the U.S. Air Force

Special Operations School at

Hurlburt Field, will lead PRT

Zabul which is comprised

of Air Force, Army, Department

of State, U.S. Agency

for International Development

of Agriculture and U.S.

Army Corps of Engineer

personnel who work with the

government of Afghanistan

to improve governance,

stability, and development

throughout the province.

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miles away, the ITT office

does not just book vacations,

they book dreams and

happiness.

“I have the love of travel

and the look on kids faces

when they get to go to Big

Kahuna’s, or even young

couples who go to Disney

or on a cruise for the first

time,” said Susan Milan,

1st Special Operations

Force Support Squadron

ITT director. “We’re hoping

to fill someone’s dream

vacation.”

For more information,

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visit their office. To schedule

an appointment for one of

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Participants from installations

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continue the daily “Ruck

March to Remember,”

which is scheduled to end

Sept. 11 at Ground Zero in

New York, on the 10th anniversary

of the 9/11 terrorist

attacks.

“The march honors security

forces and service

members who have fallen

supporting operations in

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well hydrated,” said Latimer,

“plus we have escort and

trail vehicles for safety and

emergencies.”

The “Ruck March to Remember”

originated in late

2010.

Maj. Jim Alves, the 4th

SFS commander at Seymour

Johnson AFB, N.C.,

suggested the march after

reading about how combat

controllers and pararescuemen

walked 800-plus

miles from Lackland AFB

to Hurlburt Field, Fla., in

honor of fallen special-tactics

Airmen.

“I thought if we applied

the same concept on a

march from San Antonio to

Ground Zero, it would not

only be possible, but it would

be an outstanding way of remembering

those who have

given their lives on, and

since, 9/11,” Alves said.

Tech. Sgt. Kenneth

Broughman, the overall

march coordinator from

the 4th SFS, said the

march is a time for reflection

on how Sept. 11

changed their career field,

their lives and a nation.

“We’re doing it to reflect

on ... the time we’ve been

away from our loved ones

due to deployments, the

effects those deployments

have had on each person,

and ultimately to remember

the defenders who lost their

lives by enemy hands since

the start of Operation Enduring

Freedom,” Broughman

said.

Since 9/11, ten security

forces Airmen have been

killed and more than 100

have been wounded in Iraq

and Afghanistan combat

operations.

In addition to JB San Antonio

and Barksdale AFB,

other participating bases

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Keesler AFB, Miss.; Columbus

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The 23rd Weather

Squadron welcomed a new

commander July 5. Here

is a little more information

about him.

Name/Rank: Maj. Christopher

Hogue

Organization: 23rd

Weather Squadron

Hometown: Indianapolis,

Ind.

Off-duty time is for:

Family

Previous Bases:

• The Pentagon

• Peterson Air Force

Base, Colo.

• Wright-Patterson Air

Force Base, Ohio

Organizational Goals:

1. Strive for mission

excellence.

2. Be an outstanding

wingman.

3. Stay true to our Air

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Work Philosophy:

Give your Airmen what

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Friday, July 15, 2011 | Hurlburt Warrior | Page

Maj. Christopher Hogue

Lt. Col. Christopher Patrick

1st SOMDOS

welcomes new

commander

1st Special Operations

Wing Public Affairs

The 1st Special Operations

Medical Operations

Squadron welcomed a new

commander June 20. Here

is a little more information

about him.

Name/Rank: Lt. Col.

Christopher Patrick

Organization: 1st Special

Operations Medical Operations

Squadron

Hometown: Ocala

Off-duty time is for:

Family

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• Kirtland Air Force

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• Maxwell Air Force

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• Little Rock Air Force

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Sachel Seabrook | USAF

Sean Gresham protects Eglin’s goal at the military soccer

tournament at Hurlburt Field July 9.

Sachel Seabrook | USAF

Team Eglin participated in the military soccer tournament

at Hurlburt Field July 9.

Sachel Seabrook | USAF

An Eglin player holds off an opponent during the military soccer tournament at Hurlburt Field July 9.

Eglin soccer team warms up for defender’s cup

Kevin Birk (center)

races two opponents for

the ball at the military

soccer tournament at

Hurlburt Field July 9.

Eglin’s team defeated

Patrick Air Force Base

and Pensacola Naval Air

Station. The games were

a warm-up for the 2011

Defender’s Cup in San

Antonio during Labor

Day weekend. Eglin is

the defending champion

of the tournament.

Sachel Seabrook | USAF

Sean Gresham protects Eglin’s goal at the military soccer

tournament at Hurlburt Field July 9.

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They grow ’em, you pick ’em

Visitors control the quality at local blueberry farms

By NICK TOMECEK

Florida Freedom Newspapers

BAKER — Away from the traffic on U.S. Highway

98 and the beach crowds lies a blueberry

picker’s paradise down a dirt road with the

silence broken only by the voice of “U-pickers”

like Yonok Olson of Crestview.

“Oh look at the size of this one,” Olson said as she

popped a berry into her mouth and a handful into her

bucket.

Shockley Springs Farm in Baker is one of a few U-

pick farms in north Okaloosa County. It has been growing

blueberries since 1979.

“Okaloosa County has quite a heritage of blueberries,”

said Mark Davis, the farm’s owner.

“I like this because it’s a healthy thing for people.

It’s not like I’m selling them alcohol,” he added.

Dave Olson of Crestview, who said he drinks blueberries

in a smoothie every morning with his wife, prefers

picking them over going to the grocery store.

“It’s your own quality control,” he said. “You taste

the berry. If you don’t like it, you move to the next

bush. You know what you’ve got. It’s always a fresh

product.”

Many of the pickers at Shockley Springs Farm arrive

early to avoid the summer heat, but some people

such as Tom Burke of Niceville think it’s worth the

sweat.

“They’re a dollar a pound here and they run about

seven dollars a pound at the grocery store,” Burke

said.

Whether they pick their own berries for the health

benefit or to save some money, Davis has noticed that

people like to know the source of their food.

“A lot of people bring their children to show them

where food comes from,” he said. “It’s not just in a grocery

store. I think it’s a generational experience that

people want to hand down from parent to child. It’s

kind of a wild experience to some degree, but at the

same time that is the product of no pesticides and no

herbicides.”

Pickers may also have luck finding good berries

from nearby Triple J Farm in Baker.

Triple J owner Rodney Bolton said he will allow customers

to pick as long as he has berries on the bush.

“I’ll leave it open to U-pickers until they are gone,”

he said.

People also may get lucky finding blueberry patches

on Eglin Air Force Base property. Most of the berries

are left over from old homesteads and grow wild,

according to Nancy Reece at Jackson Guard.

Pickers looking for blueberries on the reservation

need a $12 permit from Jackson Guard.

Above, Yonok Olson of Crestview picks

blueberries Saturday July 9, with her family

at Shockley Springs Farm in Baker. Farm

owner Mark Davis said there are plenty of

blueberries left to pick through the end of

July.

At left, freshly picked blueberries sit in a

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GI Bill pay delay threat from new reform bill eases

As Congress moves

closer to protecting veterans

at private colleges in

seven states from a sharp

drop in Post-9/11 GI Bill

benefits, the Department

of Veterans Affairs has

softened its warning that

the relief move will cause

significant payment delays

for many thousands of GI

Bill users this fall.

VA officials still see payment

challenges ahead if

the Restoring GI Bill Fairness

Act becomes law this

year. The House approved

its version of the bill, HR

1383, in May. The Senate

Veterans Affairs Committee

endorsed a companion

bill, S 277, on June 29. A full

Senate vote is expected

next.

A few months back,

VA officials had opposed

the bill. Keith M. Wilson,

director of the VA’s education

service, testified that

providing relief from a new

Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits’

cap to 30,000 students already

enrolled in private

colleges would require

that the VA process those

payments manually rather

than through a redesigned

computer software

program.

The administrative

burden of doing this

would “lead to a significant

increase in the

average processing time

for all claims during the

critical fall enrollment period,”

Wilson told a House

subcommittee.

But VA officials now

estimate that fewer than

6,000 of the 30,000 students

attending private colleges

in Arizona, Michigan, New

Hampshire, New York,

Pennsylvania, South Carolina

and Texas will need

relief from the benefit cap

to avoid a sharp drop in GI

Bill payments. This 80 percent

drop in the estimated

number of student vets who

would benefit from the relief

bill, and therefore would

need to have their GI Bill

payments manually processed,

lessens the threat

of widespread delays this

fall, agreed Joshua P. Taylor,

the VA’s press secretary.

But passage of the

relief bill still will pose

challenges.

“VA has been working

with the House and Senate

for some time to solve issues

created for this group

of students at higher-tuition

schools in certain states,”

Taylor said. “It is important

that we make sure any

change in law that would

provide (cap) relief doesn’t

have the effect of disrupting

administration of the program

for the larger group

of GI Bill beneficiaries.”

VA officials know what’s

in the legislation, Taylor

added. But “we cannot

Debbie Harrell

implement changes in the

system based on potential

changes in the law. At this

point, the processing of fall

enrollments has already

begun, which complicates

the situation. We would

have to process all those

claims manually now and

until the (relief) legislation

expires.”

Wilson first spoke of

30,000 students potentially

impacted because he

lacked cost data to make a

more accurate call, Taylor

said. The 30,000 is total

number of Post-9/11 GI Bill

“trainees” who attended

private colleges in the

seven states from August

2009 to July 2010.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla.,

chairman of the House

Veterans Affairs Committee,

introduced the Restoring

GI Bill Fairness Act to

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address

a problem

created

by the

Post-9/11

Veterans

Educational

Assistance

Improvements

Act

enacted

last January.

That bill improved the

new GI Bill in several ways,

all to take effect in fall of

2011. This includes allowing

benefits to be used for

non-degree education and

vocational training, and

simplifying a complex payment-setting

scheme.

The Post-9/11 GI Bill

will continue to cover full

tuition and fees at any

public college or university.

But the wide variance in

entitlement for students












attending private colleges

will end. Benefit ceilings

set in every state, based on

tuition and fees at the most

expensive state college or

university, will be replaced

by a single $17,500 annual

cap. Starting next year, that

cap will be adjusted annually

by the percentage rise in

education costs nationwide.

But the new cap left

private college students in

seven states facing hefty

unplanned out-of-pocket

costs. Individual schools

can address this by participating

more deeply in the

Post-9/11 GI Bill’s Yellow

Ribbon feature. That feature

requires VA to match

in higher payments any

portion of uncovered tuition

that a private college or

university agrees to waive.

At schools not planning

to strengthen Yellow

Ribbon participation, the

Restoring GI Bill Fairness

Act would prevent GI Bill

payments from falling for

veterans already enrolled

until they get their degree

or exhaust their benefit.

HEALTH COSTS TAR-

GETED — A new report

from the Congressional

Budget Office brightens

the bull’s eye on military

personnel accounts for

trimming future defense

spending, and it takes special

note of rising health

costs linked to military

retirees.

TRICARE, the military’s

triple health care

option, is becoming more

attractive to beneficiaries

every year because of “low

out-of-pocket expenses”

and the rising cost of health

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insurance alternatives for

working age retirees and

their dependents, CBO explains

in the report “Long-

Term Implications of the

2012 Future Years Defense

Program.”

At least in part because

of low fees, military beneficiaries

use inpatient and

outpatient health services

far more often than do civilian

counterparts.

Department of Defense

data cited by CBO shows

enrollees in TRICARE

Prime, the managed care

option, use inpatient services

at a rate 84 percent

higher than civilians in

comparable HMOs or

health maintenance organizations.

The Prime

usage rate for outpatient

services was 51 percent

higher and for prescription

drug services 27 percent

higher.

CBO said the data comparisons

were adjusted for

age and gender. There is

no mention of any attempt

to adjust usage rates to account

for hardships of service

life, including frequent

wartime deployments.

The report explains in

a footnote that the proportion

of military retirees and

their dependents who use

employer-provided health

insurance alternatives to

TRICARE hit 27 percent

last year, down from 49


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percent in 2001.

Before wars in Afghanistan

and Iraq, the

biggest cost driver for the

defense budgets usually

was weapon modernization,

says CBO. But the

primary cause of long-term

defense budget growth has

shifted, with “significant

increases” now expected

in costs for military and

civilian compensation, military

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and maintenance

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their initial entry into

the Florida School System

in grades kindergarten

through 12th grade and has

not had a physical since

Sept. 30, 2010, the MDG

will be offering mass school

physicals on:

• July 27 from 4 – 6 p.m.

• Aug. 17 from 4 – 6

p.m.

2006 Chevy Cobalt

80K Miles, Auto, AC, Gas Saver!

2010 Mitsubishi Galantant

19K Miles, Power Options, Alloy, Warranty

2007 Toyota Rav 4

40K Miles, Sport, Like New

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10 Chevy Camaro SS $33,495

10 Hyundai Genisis $30,995

09 Honda Ridgeway $27,995

07 Jeep Gr. Cherokee SRT8 $27,995

06 Lexus GX470 $26,995

08 Ford Expedition EL $24,995

06 Toyota Sequoria $20,995

0y Toyota 4 Runner $19,995

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If your child has special

needs or a complex

medical condition, please

schedule your school

physical appointment now

and avoid the last minute

rush. Florida schools require

a school physical

only upon initial entry and

not each year. The physical

is documented on the

standard yellow School

Entry Exam (Form DH

3040, 6/02).

Most school sponsored

sports activities require

annual physicals and

we recommend a sports

physical completion during

your child's birthday

month.

Florida schools also require

up to date immunizations

upon initial entry

and again upon entry to

7th grade. ALL immunizations

must be recorded

on the blue Florida Certificate

of Immunization

(Form 680).

Formal training

section moves

Formal training section

has moved to the education

center (BLDG 90220).

The phone numbers are

884-6003/6004.

Air Force Sergeants

Association

Air Force Sergeants Association

(AFSA) strength

is in decline! Currently with

107,000 members, AFSA is

barely over the required

Breakfast Specials

Starting at $ 3.99

100,000 needed to exist as a

voice on Capitol Hill. AFSA

aggressively addresses our

concerns to protect our benefits

directly to the leaders

who have the power to positively

and negatively affect

our way of life. Concerns

such as our health care,

education and retirement

benefits are constantly a

topic on the congressional

table. AFSA also has many

membership benefits to

offer. Contact your base

AFSA chapter — Chapter

567 to help bring the fight

for our benefits to the steps

of Washington. Visit http://

www.chap567.afsa.net/ to

get involved.

Youth

programs

Fine arts camp

for youth

“Chillin’ with Chihuly”

for ages 9-12 from 1- 4 p.m.

July 18 - 21. Cost is $40.

Materials included, mediums:

watercolor, drawing,

sculpture, glass blowing,

collage & group projects.

Space is limited to 12 youth.

Youth programs/youth

sports/884-6355

Missoula Children’s

Theatre

Missoula Children’s Theatre

(MCT) casting call, The

“Home of the Mother Tom Omelette”

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Tortoise Versus the Hare is

July 18 – 23. Auditions are

July 18, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. at

the commando auditorium.

Rehearsals immediately

follow. Be prepared to stay

until 2 pm. Open to family

members of DoD ID cardholders

(grades 1-12). MCT

provides all costumes, scenery,

props and make up. Cast

members must be available

to rehearse throughout

the week. Showtimes are

Friday, July 22, 7 p.m. and

Saturday, July 23 at 10 a.m.

Free admission to commando

auditorium. Community

programs/884-5080

Hurlburt

Services

Sewing instructor

needed

The Arts & Crafts Center

is seeking a sewing instructor

to teach basic and intermediate

sewing. Machines

provided at the center, contract

position. Make your

own schedule and make extra

money. If interested, call

Donna at 884-6942.

FSS Gift Card

FSS Gift Card is a reloadable

gift card that can

be purchased and used at

Arts & Crafts, Auto Hobby,

Child Development Center,

Bowling Center, Fitness

Center, Golf, Library, Marina,

Outdoor Recreation,

Youth Programs and eventually

at Lodging – available

the end of June.

Fitness &

recreation

Movie night

at Landing Zone

Movie night at the Landing

Zone at 7 p.m. every

Friday. Serving free pizza

and soda on the last Friday

of each month. E1-4

and guests only. Landing

Zone/884-5080

Swim lessons

Swim lessons are offered

at the Aquatics Center

with multiple sessions

offering different times and

levels. Sessions run Tuesday

– Friday for a two-week

period and cost $50. For details

and registration, contact

the Aquatics Center

884-6866.

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We’ll be there on time, in uniform and

wearing a photo ID. We do the job right at a

fair price. Call us for the best in customer

care. We will impress you. We Promise.

Kool Breeze

of Northwest Florida, Inc.

Ask us about rebates

and tax credits!

• Residential Heating & Cooling

• Routine Service

• Complete Replacement

• Certified Technicians

Massage therapy

Sometimes the best way

to relax from the rigors of

Air Force life is to take time

to play quietly with a nice

therapeutic massage! Available

by appointment daily,

from 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. check

out the details here: http://

www.myhurlburt.com/fitness/fitness_massage2011.

pdf. Book an appointment

for July, show focus card

– save $5. To book your massage,

call 1-866-344-5517.

Couples 9-hole

cookout

Playpass event - Couples

9-hole cookout July

17, 2 pm shotgun start, $40

per couple, includes: golf,

cart, food. You provide

the cooking skills. 9-hole

scramble followed by cook

your own burgers on the

back deck. Gator Lakes golf

course/881-2251

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Charity Golf

Tournament

The L-3/ATECS 4th Annual

Charity Golf Tournament

is Aug. 5 at the Gator

Lakes Golf Course, Hurlburt

Field, FL.

Cost is $50 Non-Members/$35

Members. The

price includes golf fees, golf

cart and lunch.

Prizes for 1st & 2nd

for each flight (max of 3

Flights), Longest Drive and

Closest to the Pin Awards.

Sign up your team now

by sending an e-mail to ken.

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From staff reports

Florida Trail group

activities

The group has several

activities planned for July.

July 16: 8:30 a.m. Bring

your canoe or kayak for

a float trip down Boiling

Creek. Details: 850-736

7534.

July 16: 7 p.m. Bring

your canoe or kayak for

a moonlight paddle on

Bluewater Bay. Details:

850-729-0344.

July 17: 7 a.m. a wake up

hike in Pensacola followed

by breakfast. Details: 850-

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July 23: 9 a.m. Bring

your canoe or kayak for a

float trip on Titi Creek &

Shoal River. Details: 850-

682-6098 or 850-826-3605.

July 24: 7 a.m. a wake up

hike in Milton followed by

breakfast. Details: 850-776-

5147 or 850-434-8861.

July 26: 6 p.m. Monthly

meeting of the Florida

Trail Association at Ed’s

Hometown Seafood &

Steaks in Niceville. Visitors

welcome. Details:

850-654-1172.

July 30: 9 a.m. Bring

your canoe or kayak for a

float trip on Alaqua Creek

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July 31: 7 a.m. a wake up

hike in Milton followed by

breakfast. Details: 850-776-

5147 or 850-434-8861.

July 31: 8:30 am. Bring

your canoe or kayak for a

float trip on Juniper Creek

in Santa Rosa County. Details:

850-484-9111.

Visit online http://choctaw.floridatrail.org

Submit news items or

story ideas to news@

hurlburtwarrior.com or fax

to 863-7834, Attention

Eglin Dispatch. Deadline

for Friday’s edition is noon

Monday.

their time of need. The program

recognizes the special

sacrifices of our men and

women in uniform, as well

as the hardships of military

service, by meeting a humanitarian

need beyond

that normally provided by

both the DoD & VA.

New water workout

New water workout is

on Tuesdays and Thursdays

from noon - 12:45 p.m.

at the Aquatic Center (base

pool), taught by staff from

the Riptide Fitness Center.

For class questions,

call 881-5121. Classes run

now through September.

Cost: $3 per class. No signups

necessary. Pay at the

Aquatic Center. Conducted

in chest-high water, no

swimming abilities necessary.

/884-6866

New bowling

programs

Munch Bowl: Every Friday

5 p.m. to close - Bowl

three games, shoe rental

and a meal for only $12

per person (extra charge

for chicken basket or hot

wings). Save $5 off regular

prices!

Cosmic Family: Every Saturday

2 p.m. to 4 p.m. - One

lane, $10 per hour, shoes

included, up to six people

per lane. Enjoy Cosmic glow

bowling and quality family

time.

Cosmic PARTY: Every

Saturday 7 p.m. to close -

(Except the last Saturday of

the month), One lane, only

$10 for an hour of fun filled

bowling (shoes included)

under the Cosmic lights.

Saturday Nite Madness:

Last Saturday of the month,

5 p.m. to close - Games only

$1.75 each and shoe rental

is $1. Join the insanity, bowl

under Cosmic lights at crazy

prices.

Seniors/Retirees: Are

you a Baby Boomer? Did

you serve your country? We

appreciate you at Hurlburt

Lanes. Join us and bowl for

$1.50 a game anytime (not

to be used in conjunction

with any other programs).

Frequent Bowling Program:

Bowl 9 games, 10th is

free. Get your punch card.

Hurlburt lanes/884-6941

Sun strike summer

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Sun Strike kickoff complete

with Sun Strike $5 special:

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Sun Strike program runs

now – Aug. 19 from 11 a.m.

– 2 p.m. Bowl now for your

chance to win cash and

prizes. Pick up a Sun Strike

Scratch card at Hurlburt

Lanes when you bowl during

open bowling. Bowl a

paid game and get your 9-

game card punched. For

every three paid games,

receive a chance to win an

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C L A S S I F I E D S

It’s easy to place an in-column classified ad

in the Hurlburt Warrior.

Call 850-864-0320

OR

Place your ad online at

www.HurlburtWarrior.com

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Bring this form in person to:

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HURLBURT WARRIOR

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Jul 1. Left Gargoyle

glasses in hat @

soundside showers.

Sat hat there, galsses

gone. Please be kind,

return. were Dads day

gift. Jim@884-1499

Beautiful chocolate

cocker spaniel, 4 years,

M/neutered, all shots.

850-862-0923

Text FL67671 to 56654

9-Piece King Bed Master

Suite $3,000; Thomasville

Dining Room

Set British Gentry

$3,000; Belgium

Shrunk $800:

850-517-7461

Brand Name Queen

Size Pillowtop Set, still

in plastic, with mfr

warranty. Delivery avail.

$160. 850-471-0330

Brand New King Mattress

w/foundations pillowtop

factory sealed,

w/warranty, can deliver.

$265. 850-255-0123

Entertainment stand.

Fits up to 60in flat

screen. rubbed black

finish w/warm wood

top. 6 mths new from

Eglin BX. Call 678-6507

Full Size Mattress &

Box, new, never used,

with warranty. $140.

850-255-0123

Living room set,

Brown reclining sectional,

round glass top

coffee & end tables 52”

rear projection TV.

$800 OBO. CALL

368-1464

Memory Foam Mattress,

Still new in Box.

Queen$375, & King

$475 850-471-0330

FWB, 724 Randall Roberts

Rd.. Saturday 16

Jul 2011. 8AM-2PM.

house hold items,

DVDs, furniture, etc.

Mary Esther, 997 Fay

Dr. 98 to Parish Point

(McDonald’s on the

corner) drive S, around

the corner to right, Fay

Dr. is on the right Sat

and Sun, 0700-1400

Moving Sale

Lots of furniture, twin,

full and queen mattress

sets, desks, futon, dining

table, lamps,

dishes, glassware, bedding,

small appliances,

ladies motorcycle gear,

treadmill, childrens life

vests, much more

Text FL68008 to 56654

Niceville, 117 Elderberry

Lane. Hwy 20,

turn N. on Cedar, then

right on Elderberry

Lane. Sat. July 16, 8-1

Moving Sale

Dishes, crystal, fabrics,

fringe, designer accessories,

lamps, lots of

baby items, teacher

supplies, golf clubs, ladies

and men’s clothing,

table and chairs,

furniture, college bedding,

computer desk,

curtains

Text FL68218 to 56654

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• Free classified ads are for the one time sale of personal property

by military members and immediate family, and military retirees.

• Non-military individuals and all businesses should contact the

Hurlburt Warrior’s publisher, the Northwest Florida Daily News

by calling 850-864-0320.

• Ads must not exceed 25 words and must list a home or cell

phone number.

• Duty telephones are used by the Warrior staff for verification

purposes only. The Hurlburt Warrior staff reserves the right to

edit or refuse classified ads due to inappropriate content, space

considerations or for other reasons.

• Only one ad may be submitted per week, unless PCSing.

A copy of PCS orders must be presented in person at:

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The submission deadline for classified ads is

Tuesday at noon prior to publication.

20538621

WANTED

Quality Hi-Fi / Stereo

Equipment, Guitars,

Amps, Vacuum Tubes Furniture,

and Testers Old/New

850-314-0321/543-7025

text fl68148 to 56654

FWB, Choctaw High

School. School Cafeteria,

July 16, 6am-2pm

Volleyball

Rummage Sale

electronics,

clothing, toys, bikes,

kitchen items, books,

jewelry and much

more!! Coffee and

donuts for early bird

shoppers. Please stop

by and help out the

Lady Indian Volleyball

Team raise money for

new equipment and

uniforms. Thank you for

your support!

Text FL67793 to 56654

Nordicktrack treadmill,

like new, $450. mobility

chair,like new, new

batteries. power chair

lift, used very little.

939-9498

2ea Impact Glass 22”w

x 70”h paid $800 and

sell for $240 ea, AF

BDUs $10, floor

steamer $20,car stereo

$10,new 32” wood lazy

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$49, New Westinghouse

White Ceilng

Fan $49, 50ft HD Utility

Extension Cords

$15ea. 850-496-0418

German Bar Shrunk,

beautiful, solid oak.

light bar and shelf.

Measures 81, 40 by 23

inches. 4 sections $125

call 8624420

Kitchen Cabinets Oak

Complete Set. Excellent

Condition $500.

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NEW!!! Shark SC630

Steam Pocket

multi-Purpose Portable

Steamer with all new

assorted attachments

$70.00 call 862-4420

PIANO Jesse French &

Sons medium mahogany

with matching

bench Spinet 57\”W

24\”D 36\”H $1,200.00.

(850)729-1990

Medical/Health

NOW HIRING

CNA’S

Competitive wages!

WE PAY TOLLS

Apply M-F 10-4

138 Sandestin Ln.

Miramar Beach, FL

or call 850-267-2887

EOE

Web ID #34165820

Medical/Health

Radiologist

Eglin Regional Hospital

is looking for a

Radiologist to work

in the Radiology Department.

He or she

must meet the following

requirements:

• Must meet all credentialing

requirements

of the

“Medical Treatment

Facility” (MTF) to include

current Certification

in Basic Life

Support (BLS), Advanced

Cardiac Life

Support (ACLS) and

Board Certification

by the American

Board of Radiology

(ABR) or American

Osteopathic Board

of Radiology

(AOBR).

• A Current Valid

License.

A request for

proposal can be

requested by email:

elisa.horrach@

eglin.af.mil

Proposal packages

must be submitted

by close of business

July 22, 2011.

All questions are to

be directed to Ms.

Elisa Horrach at

850-882-4418.

Web Id# 34167959

TextFL67959 to 56654

RIC KEY

Mini Storage

Climate Controlled

Storage. Best Rates

In FWB. Mill. Disc.&

Move-In Specials

(850) 863-8807

$199 Deposit


Westwood Apts

2 bd/1 Ba

850-581-2324

‣ Villager Apts

1bd/1ba & 2 bd/1 ba

‣ Falcon House

1bd/1ba & 2bd/2 ba

850-862-5915

text FL64588 to 56654

FWB-2br/1ba condo in

waterfront complex w/

dock. Upgrades, clean,

& nice!! W/D in unit.

Small pets OK. Military

Discount!!! $695/month

Call 850-499-3155

Text FL66896 to 56654

Shalimar-1, 2, 3 & 4 Br

Apts. $599-$799 Water

Incl. Pool and Laundry,

Central Air, Low Dep!

Mon-Sat (850)651-8267

Text FL64548 to 56654

FREE 1

Month Rent

Niceville

2 br, 1.5 bath, near

base, shopping and

schools $725 Month.

850-585-1255

FWB: 2 br, 1.5 bath TH

$775 mo. W/D hkups,

pool, storage. Sm. pets

welcome. Parkview

Estates. (850)862-4831

Niceville: 723 Powell

Dr. Fla Cottage style 2

br, 1 bath. Quiet shady

oaks nghborhood. New

kitchen ceiling and new

paint & carpet thru-out.

Ceiling fans. Screened

porch, fenced & gated

yard. Incl. stacked W/D

All electric. Cats ok w/

dep. Lease terms neg.

$850 per month. $800

sec dep 850-240-4920

Navarre Beach- 7681

Whitesands Blvd. 2bd

2ba. F/P, Cvrd Deck,

Gar. $1295/mo+ dep.

Call (727)422 -2470

Text fl68074 to 56654

FWB: Lot for rent.

Water & garbage, furn.

Lawn cut by owner

$300/mo 850-863-9369

Mary Esther, 105 Castle

Rd 3 br, 2 ba, carport,

unfurnished, located

on large fenced

yard. 2.2 miles from

Hurlburt. Quiet area

$600 month + dd

850-862-1673/240-4251

Text FL68259 to 56654

3 br, 2 ba, FR, FP, updated

kitchen, lrg lot

fncd yard. workshop,

driveway ramps for

handicap, between

AFB Bases, close to

schools and shopping.

$161,900 850-244-2010

BREWERCIRCLE@hotmail.com

3 br, 2 bath- Navarre.

Tile, carpet, & laminate

wood flooring. Ceiling

fans. Master has a Coffered

ceiling. Robledal

Estates.; MLS #548934

$139,900 Phil Price, Bill

Pullum Realty. Under

Contract 850-496-3873

Individual wants to

buy house for investment

850-651-0987

Text FL64807 to 56654

Roadster/Convertible,

Low Original Miles,

Rare Overdrive Trans.,

Extra Set of Rims &

Other Extras, Just

$1995, 352-234-6321

2000 Seadoo Bombardier

GTI,very good

condition, runs good

with trailer,3 seater.

$3000 O.B.O Call Rick

850-313-6829 or

936-7089

Dixie RV

SuperStores

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NOW

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Monday-Saturday

8:00am-6:00pm

21 Acres / 30 Brands

New and Used Units

7 Manufacturers:

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Located off I-10

Exit 70 / SR285

328 Green Acres Dr.

De Funiak Springs,

FL 32435

Sales

850-951-1000

www.dixierv.com

Roadtrek 2007, Popular

210 (Chev) 22 ft,

17K miles, rare to find,

great gas mileage, like

new, fully equipped, 2

Twin beds/king;

$57,500 OBO. Call

850-651-8483 or

850-496-5321

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Window Visors

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